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 19, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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bTATKXKWS. band !should render thelrhest music: and till'III1'ilol r.1l1.UII S. The doors and t windows of the room were two hours commanded the attention of so

I : belch forth their loudest peaK: We The commcnial) reporters- the I'nSted sealed and I private\ marks were put on the! large a ( to warrant the asvei-
wax, so that: ifulIof thl'lII'I'r{' opened it "HJ.rl'/alillllll
t Leon. hope the matter will be taken in hand by' :States: : !have issued u eireitlar showing} the would \be known.: The next morning the lion tll 11 present Nero interested I and

We saw several young orange trees last the town authorities: and our leading citizens. i number and amount of failures for time \past olVicers! went into the \room. The wax, was I that the 1.11'1111111 eif success were manifestlyapparent.

Tuesday morning that came from Fcrnan- ,-Mr.( J. \\". lUishnell, engineer on six'years, which areas follows\ : all\ right! but another hu"hl'lllf potatoes had II.. I. Such meeting ,':1 but make pee>'

tina, per express, which looked as though the Peninsular Railroad: ha: made an a :curate .liruilcr.' l.itiliilitir; vanished., Well, :sir, it was the maddest: : pie familiar with the P.ible. and at the same

'1 the freeze hadn't got a lick at them last Icb > map of the town of Oal.i for( the Use of IATi..................... ;,710 "f $:L'otII'IIItHII: and crowd, ordered you ever' saw to take Th111111'limy stand attar ill the IIIC time and educate them
111( : : I.lI"C
I'cmllcr-jnt't as!! and full of leaves as 11'li.; .............. ..... !tn) !:! Inlll\MM'\ .
green in nailaIigbttdeundle ; ------ ---
i is the 'Theyloekeiihilt' ,
the railroad It not only room.
company. ,
1*;;. 8S7:2 t 11'! '.' ;inIIlOI : ,
could he. -Hearing of 1lJi w'as \utl\t each t'lIlof the that 1'","
room so rUl"1
they y.
most accurate, but the only accurate map I 1S78' .i 1\1. lil'l.f L'HKMMMISM. !: ; : \ \ 1

(sweet: ) crop made by Mr. (I, (I. Jibbs, \\ho ever made: of the town, aril it will be, well 1'7t1!'......... ............ \;.iris j !ti 1 4I lln.\1) 1 could see.I 15811'I was stealing ordered:those to shoot! on :sightanybody : l'ItnfRlat$ of THIS rorxruvIn .

lives about a mile north of Tallahassee, we .). 1,735 ,\VT.VVHHFrom : \ > yours TIUmtrl\
for the city fathers to make arrangements "It WHS, Il'rl'ihlIOIlI''lIl11l' 'in that room. 1844 there Mere 1nillralne.nd-, l -ntlentwlre
him and he the following tfie above will be that! there : I In 1J4H 3nnn '
inquired of gave us \\itlihim to furnish :.similar: copy for timeuse seen lust as fast as 1 could light one candle and 111 t"SI n.dS ".""'I"

particulars lie land had been in sugarcane of the towlI.-OCt/I"( ISnitxci was by far much more }healthy condition go to the other 1'llIlol'lhc room to light the iHoo .. %,1$1 ... an.r

the previous year, ((18T! ) ; the canerouts in business: !last year Ih\I1111 any time since1S7" other, the rats would cut the titst one down.They In InV iKiIn *' 51.41 N,1u r.H.1''.*>4
J/WM t'If' were regular Confederate rats, and a is?; III.6V.1 'V-ri
were ploughed emt ; no other manure: The :steamship Ili..rmr6,, which was reeked >. which i is indeed very encouraging.! i 1111111''I a god-send, to Ih'mIh'r a lot In |8H,, ". '.1'4( ,15H
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except the cane fodder, hearing in mind, ol'\\'III'I'\ I got the rats out of the \\'U\ullil -"
by, the :smacks (,M<", ('ilifvrni(. / tMMIhinntlctt\ down\ the door for ;'developments. (lruera1 Stinini rnniernti.
y however, that the land had \heen) well ma TOUGH TIJII.S. sat near waiting -
was taken: to Havana) I by, the WTl'I'kl'I'ho There 1 stayed till I o'clock! but On :Saturday: last iene-rnl ('1111'1'111 and,
nured for the The were
cane ( 1'01" potatoes
received l the whole amount promised l them KVI1.UOVMM Ht"sIM-ss: I AT rl.KVI'l: : V\l: '-I.ocoMoriVKS I though I kept my eyes on tint potatoes all party, luvompanie'd: by Captain Maxwell[ ,
; put out early in the season-April-the grass MOVR TIII' I"II.\'l'II. the time, I couldn't see anvof t them going.
the had the : t: \nLI: TO : : : I it
by captain Fortunately they snpcl'tntcnult'ntot'Ilie'I'r.tn. liailroad I left
betw' 'ecu the rows was kept down with the :Shortly: after o'clock! I heard creaking,
railroad the
benefit, of the ease of the 1:1Jr16in1/ where The oldest: man never saw in a special car for ( iainesvilh', w t they
TltineH11111: which seemed I to be all\ over hl'll
plough, the hoe being used: only to cut the equal of this :storm in these parts.! 1 LakeSlioie p
in the row. The vines grew very large, the I'nitcil, States court t set aside the agreement : train I:'I, bound .:.; ./ : several ineffectual the room, at once. I e-ocked my gun /Mitt I remained that night at the .\rlljIII House
grass of the and the salvors start this 111'1.1111\' breath, but still I ('oulllll'tl'C': IIIIl'iIIIIr'lifl' \' On :Sunday: ,' '
captain, gave attempts\ to morning 11TinlIh ) !>
mid sheep were turned, in to eat the leaves. except the rmtscrt cpingmltout thefloor. I 1101 : IIN.jutImil1
only one-fifth of the ;amount :stipulated.Havana with three engines and got stuck: 111 t Lighthouse ; \ for Orange, bike, ami after
i itil!
\\I\ I
( 'thisdarncd
The potatoes were dug in November, yielding :- (' crossing, where she laid,i I nearly ieorge1' thought, \!
seems a more favorable plate for, i is haunted, the large : ill that
( loe-ality
: place cn-ange grov returned
fifteen bushels: to the row 115: yards: in an hour, h'fllrchl': was able to get through
our Southern:: wreckers than their home the drift. She managed: to get through to Thc[ sound ! ; length, at the rate of O.'JO: bushels to the acre. after it I looked the of
began again
)port-AY!/ West ])//I/l/C/'II', Toledo (she runsoverthe: Xorvv.ilk division), : ; pile I the .\rl Igl Oi. On ;Monday( morning i I they left
--XI'arlnil of our farmers are planting potatoes! and \presently saw something :shoot I
but trains 1 and 7, bound'nvest, which left
Orange.Some from the and fall them. I it (Gainesville for; re-aching (' nt:
q'' Irish potatoes this : t arc going quite extensively into it. One of of the orange packers this place in a !snow drift at Huron, unable toutoce war a brick. and could distinguish' a rope\, ::1:11!: {<) 0'1111 1,11.1\1 were the guests. of the

have begun the use of the stem of the palmetto cither way.'Several:: engines; han gone tied to it. I crept a little nearer to gl'lu l: ( \' went
them, a young farmer, has just received thirty &good look at the thing, but before! I could i I'jloltllil rlll'lWh"I.tll''
leaf for. for boxes. in to their assistance.Charles aboard the ..
hoops orange City if / ", hound
bushels, which he intends to plant. "'e : Cavvood, of this oily, whose wife examine: it. it was, slowly up, and there: steamship
place of the imported hickory one heretofore; '1'014.(10011 train I was about a peck of \'aIIiSIkklllj.t: to its It I'I Nassau and Malan/.as. We ,wW :th(11
+ think, it is one of the most profitable crops and child left for a morning .
used. It is believed that the palmetto willprove I II went through bole; which' had been cut linn '
with !several others' nervously pacingthe up rofiIflr.!
that can be raised, and are glad to see the was I inthe I floor above, and presently came down ___ _
just as strong and serviceable as hick I telegraph\ nUke at the Union depot;\ endeavoring I
of Middle Florida their attention with right the Xe\vn Items.
planters putting ascertain if the passengers' on again a thump among pota
to !something else besides cotton. ory. with the advantage of costing onlyabout the blockaded trains at Huron would becomfortable. I toes. It was the most artful arrangement

one-third much. I'ho1l.till\ palmetto The accommodation you' ever saw. The brick: bad about fifty Charcoal is in demand iu our market.Macoii .
Ttillahnntee"TheTallahasseepostotliee lcnuoniixl. Klyria : ,
takes! an liouror hoop prove :success', it will open upa due here at !tl l O'CHU a. m., di.III.lt. reach her )holes drilled in it and through had been each hole! a : ( icorgia, is said to be doing an immense
method to the boys of obtaining cll.lillalilllllllllil ::1:111!::!<> cluck this afternoon, sharpened\ ten-penny-nail run, so
mails than tistakenI11 i ,
business in
more longer to open daily been stuck within ten miles of the that when the brick li'll among the yams brick-making.
Jacksonville, where the amount of mail of pocket money, and at the !same time help having theM nails Muck\ into every 0111'1111'k)1) Oil.
Union' depot. The train consisted: ot'ix: locomotives Fernando Wood, Xew York, died
matter is ten times as much. The postmaster to make the State independent of otitsi(1et'egl.,11s.Oecryr' and coaches. I could not help laughing at the, smart JIII ot
and his! clerks! except one, Mr. Mundcp, two dodge, those Yankees had taken to get at the at Hot :-lrll1J": ; Arkan-as: em Sat unlay last
County H/'I Five locomotive coupled together were
are colored. No doubt Mr. Stewart, the postmaster four humus going :sixteen\ rod"inn the Like yams. I gently \put my band forward, and To mike lueifcr matches for. American
means!! well enough but how the The orange trees: are putting out a newgrowth \ ; 1IIIIelof the
caught Pretty soon I they
i Shore:: yards, and "i xl'. i\:. I' engines are rope use Lire required ,' f punt-ufliC(! department has! tolerated these and the blossoms'' : begin to how stuck fast, and frozen up just east: of the began to diavv on it, and when it did l mil:

slow proceedings incompetent clerks, The guava bushes are also m shooting forth Union depot. Three locomotives coupled\,\ to move I hctu(1 someone: \\', 'Steady:: hays' ;; the pine\ timber every)' year.
who take half a minute to read n name, is brick's\ hung to something. Pulfhcr'stead lily
surprising, and if there is an agent of that leaves: to within an inch or two of the ends gl'lllPr.'lth nothing to pullcame to a dead ) : :Steel: rails have advanced, from sjy to |(Ill!
\\'itholltit'l'killlt. 'I'heylilpuh\ steadilyand
department within a thousand miles, it of the limbs, thus showing how little damage standstill Union in the sailille0ftime( IIllIal'Vl'lolI"n1'1.1'11111'1' Union depot.\ fairly lilted me from I the Iloor,- per ton. 1'01 rails, $17 for; lu-avy' to IL;:! fo
depot presents "-
would be a long step in the way of progressto the! frostlid.. u"-Twl'llty.twolluliall'", \ :Snow: has drifted into the great\ jerk ; easy, buys, easy,' (Inc lircytorsaid, l.tlt; Old rails, $:?n> to $:'L'' 1'1'1' ton.Mr. .

repair here and suggest: to IIi postmasterthat including three women and six children i arrived structure, completely' fro..till'\'I'\' inch ofits and they tii.'ged miwmIy. I got pretty\ led in I C'. II. Mullory, the large ship
if he Would hurry up' his clerks the .lace holding) to the rope.\, 1 was afraid, IJilh.1
mails, instead of encouraging, them on the 111'.11alllr,1.1Y:: for ( :JcncralS.in-: surface's.: I livery: liuildin; rod o?stand iron. and in every bold; to 1 let go because I thought some of those and O\\'I'r, the scheme the

ill walking leisurely from box to box, as if ford!, destined I for work on Directs in the town angle relief, of making the: great!it appear;; like a out palace of spike, ,1 nails might; strike! me in \passing: proposed !>h II-I 11"110\11 i n'ity lt'l'h UUII'I pec' as I Im-

they were nlllicted with rheumatism or ,the and roads till robust) lotof "I 1 thought of IIIitolllju.t \' PMC'kel-knife.and. hauled i
(JII grallt-a hearty, ,.no\\- Tulfibt, Ohio, 1'njicf, Ji("WII'!' {, 18111, ticahlc.Thirtylive. .
it would be to the de
agreeable Iru1
gout, more uollIlI'y'l'I': ,' \putlingall\ w.idlt111,
himself mad! the.. public, and .beneficial. I people, who, we hope ami believe, will .U n. V1 NP//i///r.s 1(1117./BL11 the other end of the rope.\, 1 cut it in two, "hll', brigs, barks: andsche I oncrs -
: 1 make good citJ/l'ns. Those on ]Iclail'Il'I'lil': and the endhot back( through the hole in
JI.ln1' IX1:11" I'oiiK vrrr, are II'"Z'I II lt 11'\\1, as fast as though
We take the above from the Tallahassee\ : I to be doing well ; the complaint of the foreman I the ceiling ami ) could, bear a rolling and bad
there. The ownerand
The New York Tiitmiir says : they grown captains
letter of the Jacksonville I'liion to :show how is that they chatter like mavpies and tumbling on the (loor above, !'lIowilllIhllt
Thv which the Manhattan I ,, want (to come :Soillh.:
A property on : the "dd'IIj.\\ \ ing; away of the1 1'0hllel\ bail:
: one of our institutions: appears to the eye of like to "sing and dance; too murh.-At the Market :-latll1s was inm h.e-i'd.. :Saturday:: by adisasirouscll'cet.; I heard I another. voice nay,
: ) I I". T. I Dent, iccently t t"
a stranger. We know there is much room\ corporation election' 111'1,1111'1'1', last ;Monday, William Yanderbilt! for; ;*!;:\tJIMN,< < ) from the Therenow' I told yon so. You've brokenthe : (010111 I promoted > t

;, fur improvement, and believe thatl! Ir. Cha!>!. the 1 following;, parties were elected to fill I the New York Markctl'oiiipaiiv! Courtlandt H. / rope.\ 11't've lost our brick, and! tomorrow the FirtI.tilkrr In place of tiencralVodges
Palmer and others The block, is hounded we'lllit'! found out.' TIIl'III1IIOIIII'r I retired i i will "spend six IIlnlb'I'IV(- 1
Mundce does all in his the ; ,
power serve dilf'rcntoliicesfurlheensuirigyear: : Mayor, by \Eleventh: and Tvvcll'lh-aves.: mind 'l' dl'ly- ('alll'dllllt, 'Can't you 'cet! ? We might honk of absence In Florida the lit of his
a patrons of the otlice, but he should have A.J.French ; treasurer and collector, II. fourth anrtl'1'hh I 'ty-lith-stre'ts.: The market it up.' Next I saw a long neck protruding,! IiI bC'11

competent assistance, which certainly has I 11. Lord ; m.nshal 1, C. A. Lever ; clerk and building was destroyed l by lire la"t fall. Although through; the hole) and a fellow peering' down, health.Lmds: ;

not, and which the emoluments of the ollice I assessor, 1)>. C. Nborn) ; aldermen, !II. Y. ; the propelty is now, in )Ir, 1'unlerbUt's Then 1 eallc(1nut, 'It' you trouble any moreof ( in Alabama: in the \'II111 b,1 have
name it was stateil yesterday, by a man these: potatoes' I'll\ vut.| That 1 fellow's
,: 1 are ample to provide for.-FlorMinii.Levy. Ilerndon, II. C. Jones, William :Sirrine.: "'. who is considered good, authority, that the head shot hack through lire hole like a ter largely! (Increased: In price of latn year

A. Day. W. .\. Stafford. /, C. Dravvdy, F. 1'. ,pure'base* was made in the inteiest oflhe ral'ilII11 it was as still as death up there-. Those whit could hun.lc'\1 purchased! I

Forlter.-Sflltftml.JuI/I'IHlI. New York Central A: Hudson+! Rive Kail-: I hated to tell on them, because it was such few )years ago for Jjtf or iHt(i an acre, are now

We arc told that the Suwanee:\ river i is 1'ti t mi in. road 'ompany. .\ freight; depot is to bo a sharp scheme of foraging; on the vine'tiny.but selling 'for $15.! the Wil' these: samelands
higher than it has been for forty years. The built on the chuck, and it is to be used (. ..1'111. I bad II. WIII'1 the ofhVers went JdUf'
country in every direction is Hooded. tuff.lrli Hart's daily line, on the Ocklawalm river, sively for the mural potato and vegetable next morning: to examine time 1.11, it IiI I \\'f n-udily l'Iullut :..t*' per acre1'emlcl

will run on the following schedule : :Steamers : crops of the :State.: Two tracks are to be run long time to find the hole Thesis Yankees owners, agents; !and I ship-brukers, at
pond, fifteen miles cast of Itronson, the and l each ,side; of them had hole abo.it
Oncfoln 3IIII.llt"JIL will 1t'1II'alalku, across property, mi cut a a foot square throughthe North, are
has overflown and the country for miles is four-story brick store-houses are to be built Hour, and it was done so 1'ltlIhat it tlH looking Ilh.r Il'UIto suretheir

"submerged. Mr. J. Ira Epperson, living 1 several daily. (Sundays excepted) at !9.'JO:: a, llI. These will have a frontage of about twentyfeet took good eves to discover it. was )1'o\I'lly\, wIll the ice-break ('Olll'lTII.lr

Steamers Oktthumkee and .llnbnl will and there will be a platform; mid! hoistin where the ollieer* yarns ces, property is in a most
miles from the to \\111111. 1'I'rlull1
pond, was compelled
leave Palatka on Monday and Thur..layevening" front! of each\ one.( Many Ut'thl'llI will be position, and thereis no telling where tint
desert his home in eonsequenceof the water. leased to private )but u sullicient .1 1'rrdk'tton.
for :Silver: Spring, the upper lakes, persons .1'lrudill to vessels, if not to life, may end.
Mr. Plummer. half mile from number will be rl'l'n'IIIIhe
Joseph living a ct'inp.iyfor lietween the! wail land of Florida nil the
and Okechumkce, the head of navigation on
the pond is surrounded by a lake of water general public usu. outer line of the Is a wild waste manufacture nf l..tll.IIII is one
the Ocklaw uma.-Tack' of Palatka Heights, ]It is claimed that the farmers of this state Iluridal31
of shallow n ,1 with innumerable of the of South.There + .
and has in out growing
great dilliculty getting illt'rII'rl 111u"lrl' tll'
the fact their lands will
recognize not
I extending out five miles to the settlement: tit'1'enial ) that we believes
Captain. H. Mellvaine with his steamer, 'produce wheat that will compete in the market low-I\II; are neiw tvvi'iily-four mills in operation
the land is dotted with : lay will 1 hi.11tilizesl 1 In
A. .'/, Cluifer, went up to 1 face's s ferry on the neat cottages with the grain raised! in the! "'I'-t.: That 101110 01111111 uloIIIH, ( of turtle, line In the :-.ull'f: states. One tutu of seedyields
< and cultivated fa rill'!. The pine land, although which i is 1 is to this tll' 'I\ln. f'1
now brought <
Withlacoochec! w'eek. This i is forty miles grown ty.miXl,1 fish, and sponges of the bct grade. about tllrt"II'. gallons of oil and
not flr-t-class, valuable, because with a "superior grain, and thus tlis- The time is coming will be ,
a man of cake. oil
WII'1 I h
higher than he has ever been before mill 111111",1 pounds Tli
l of. III tlll'I..t farmers
I"'H..I fl'w.'aT' -
of its nearness to town. In planting many proud of being? ( a Conk, the settlers
within eight miles\ of Ilrooksville.! \ The orange have abandoned; the growing of wheat, on the Keys 'ul\0 1' he will Used in place eif sweet oil ull the take js
trees it is necessary: ,; to do just what is necessary llf'11'11".1 Wlll'l
aa.lha\'c devoted their attention
Cal'tainSays/ he found the people in that potatoesami not only tl his waving coco.munt ti.c let cattle.
on the banks of the river-fertilise.\ other vegetables. This trade has jiruwn 'I"illl
section u live, progressive class who are fast '" and luscious ""hll'I"I'l'IIItwill l Look out for the new ItisunImitation I
Thc railroad now being{'OIl"trul'l.1 from. this so much that limo railroad < iimpuny hasbei-n lead hN u, "lllltcrldt
willl'r'i.ilur frol
.I developing\ the country in planting out place will bring out mat section more than I' l'nllmpe'hhe4ttoiirnyihe' additional! MurugeGmr the North to the t'lil'll.t edge and ]Mint' ex.ultingiy of the !II he-dolir! Unite-d State*

orange groves and starting other enterprises! these products, and hem the purchase of to his sdiooN of monster Jew'-thsh note, series of l7-\ litter i} mall, tlgurt H

The Chafer has made two trips in the Pan- en'rJ'IlIllkclauld. the Manhattan( Market property. (ami) perhaps king-lih, Sp.nish mackereland uiuler llu I>ullldlt: John rcgis

UMifFkii: lake and a wharf mull warehouse is l-'lttJ.1I.UT. W.lSIIIWl'OX.From r.i.vcCUTKXKSS.." red 1 Jr.u/'r/( und). his craw-fish 1'1 filled, his with droves toothsome of- ter; .\. II. Wym'an, trvuotinr.\11,01.It iM'r '

being built, by Mr. Cassady, agent .for J.: Huff a letter received by a ;gentleman in The recent sale of! the futons: Libby Prison ,I I prize sea Il'a turtles and his siib-inarine gardens I Illt'lf1 in every I'urtkuln jet It i k saiel to

tt ('0. The steamer will make trips every this city from )Washington, we makethe in ltichnu \'a., has ,'alllout many reminiscences of fine-grow ing "II'I'p'/wool sponge.This I'l''l l'ul'ullh.t to elet-clve p JH.T-OIU vvh.

two weeks! returning in about eight days. following extract : of which the/ following, told prediction is made by the Minnesota. are not money l'xltrt.| .

-t aptain George "'. Moody has sold Mr. "'.\I'JIIS'iTUS, N. II., February 1. )by I.nion Jtieph prisoners Winglie-ld/, well, onrcaguard illustrate l the over Yankee's the OillltuUl the editor could Iuyegnmle The New York AViri says : "The fast linof ('

the /saw mill on this island to Messrs. Thomas "'e ]have had but two visitors this winter' fertility of resource : still further und I suld that, as the legislature the Pennsylvania Hal WiY undiu I eoniurtlom -

Darby and C'. B. Uodgers. These are II. W. Kilburn and 'friend. They came up ":-I.> the old prison is sold is it?" he said."Well hail passisl 1 un act to protect the planting and ihangeof
l live, enterprising young men and we wish December 'M in u wind of eighty miles and gentlemen, 1 never go by that place ''ulh'utiol of oysters, that the day I is at hand 'to the IUs"tlger".illut,
tern perat' lire t wl'nty.ti ,legreell-l'1oW'! They without laughing I can't help thinking curs, J'I'IIII",1 :lth I'utv-
them all success )[ is engaged in now. when Conk, or what not, can j-oint to his
Darby were both scorched a little. The winter has I. of the cute trick played by a lot of Yankees 1 linu itsjrgla uwll.'luri.1 cud are "ul'plif;

}business Alachua county and is regardedas been a severe one. ('p to January 1st we : there. The fact is, it was so good that bed 1 of oysters with as much "pridu us un with dining-room sand sle-cpng! coucheiJ.

very successful in all of his enterprises. could ride in to the }base of the mountain ; although I had been ordered to shoot in orange grower now fxultingly shows Ids which afford almost all the cmitforts of.
now we have to aonow-I'>lwc it in from Twin them 1 orders. It was home and in the
lie contemplates locating here and will be among disobeyed: valuable ]MMscssions.Service. &lalo'ell InvalI'-ft
river. Our eat family has increased to four about 03, and the Libby building was lit, lust stages of disi-um -to ) withsafety.

quite an addition toourcontmunityo What this winter crowded that it wouldn't hold any more prisoners t>f l'ralae. The* hotel JA'IIUJJltiulf are everyyear
we need is a few more Jh'e. men.-Crdar LIEUTENANT D. C. Ml'KPIIY, so they put a larg lot of them in the 'becoming .111 more II'lliv(:.
From the audience that tilled I the
Tinted t States Signal Station. second "or ) the large
Key Journal, "story the building across und a trip for health, Ilt'rvatiol 11.1 hl.i.
3 far ton.Mr Lieutenant Murphy has spent' !several 5uitiafter:\ dme"epri5unstratametime tltrcet'l Lyceum Hal nn Sunday tight, i WU'i evident tress, iMS-ome-s a pleu"lrhl/J ltrI.IH.4.: .

Samuel A, Long, residing on the Ock. years in the signal service on Mt Washing officials got: a large supply' of wet pot dues that it was a 1"1111" move in having .
North (Carolina ami
from ,
Twin river to base of Mt. Washington (regular yams) Philip Philips and his sun conduct their 1'111.tJD'fe'ut'f.
lawaha river pulled twenty.live Luxes and ton. From stored tlll11l1lJ the first Hour of the building

fifty-two oranges from a single tree on his is three miles, then there In u climbof in which: these prisoners were confined. Rig services there, LriJ"inj together u large number )infer- -J'irJrlJl I UcgUtcrcd;CI' .%. M. U-tter to l.st. v.

place the j past season The tree was seven three miles to the summit. Kilburn is sweet |potatoes were luxuries those days, of the members of different churches and ICJ': ,\. M. tu 1.1WIM.: al ; and from. 2.imp.fNU y,

years old from the bud. The fruit netted known almt universally through his celebrated and watch Turner over and the those building fellows, I can kept tell a strict our J eople gene-rally) than wuul.llla\u congregated tu t ;3.0n: f. )1. i HUllu\'l front 111;; to 1::) A
you. t-New M. 'J- >di to 4'i: <) r. M,
him fJ5: and was pulled after the freeze. } stereoscopic mountain view, and is The third} day after they bad bt-cn stowed here. ali ;

Evidence: accumulates that ours is an excej' an intrcIhlJlul'IJy mountaineer. Horn among away, it was notice"I that they were disapjKaring I Philip Philips U wet! 11"\1 throughout VKIUVVL AM IIKJ-VKTI (>.Tlth MU.
takes at the rate of about a bushel u day. the the "Singing ," und \'.ftl.ul .V'iiV-Arridaily ut 1U-JSUA. M,
tionally\ favored one for orange growing. the mountains of New Hampshire! he country a* Pilgrim Clones Jest .
At first it that the ruts took v. MOouthtfu
"The proof of the pudding is In the eating," delight in climbing), mountains when they them, but a was second thought thought showed that the I heiidcstiding devout Christian+l l'lnt JArrive 3JX) p. M,

and we have the pudding" in our county always are covered with ice ulllnuw., and maintains idea was absurd. Sentinels were .pla<'elall I U.tll'lt gentleman.'hc is u Imiutiful singer. t:1.( .. 10/JIIA, Y.

ready for trial.-(ala should greetthe that the view from the mountain toj>sin around the buildings; with orders to "hllotall His musie I is always rendered in the mo.tspirited St..lltiy'situd TftttrS* UHI')/',:/-

arrival of the first train on the Peninsular I winter I I.* far superior 14, that of any other! )' man they caught stealing.. ; those yum-', mannur, his ]heart. being full to overflowing (Arrives,' )Tut-Mlayti* and und Thur Fridays lay c2iJ.:: ,t. A
but they didn't JIf't' anyb dy to fhoot. and ."' fult." > &t 1" \
in lama work und that his
Uailroad with an appropriaterdebratiuts. season. although they were posted; there day and pruisu .. .ilary'tm, i'l.u"lt

A big dinner should !be given and the officers The cut is the only one on Mt. Washing- night und no one was ullovvetl to cuter the meeting thoroughly' satisfies) our |llJllc was Arrives }[ \'* at Xim -A. M

of the rood, and, indeed, the whole city ton or has been for several year It wa room in which the |>otatsics were. kept they clear: from time marked munner in which ." Tue-wlays and Fridavs at 3-9* r. v.
itinued t' at the "tehf" bti..!iel hVulu'msluysandrwt'ltavatUtslts M.Tuixlays
( j
of Fernandiua, invited and the festivities of carried there when a small kitten. The tau' a tla)'. The Cunfeileratc[ saw their yamdisiiteuring .. every, word he pokv und (every piceHiei thJ" \\\"I"tl.y.,

wind for tl.e nundrum of increase I leave to the curious. ... : rw-ive-d. Probably there has nvvK.'r I'riilav uiul utS-A Mr
the day up with a bull at bight | ] in this via\' and were furioit \\'a. y'u !

gratification of the young i-eople. The brass i .\. Tilt th"agwas411 miac.untabe! uiystey begin. in this city u I< "J who f-ir nearly UI' nil". a. t



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\i ,I \\j t) :; THE FLORIDA MIIUIOU : FEBRUARY 10. _

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Ln'J,\T.tJJW.1' TI01 State of Florl.lgrllltl..1. to "'II. l::. Jackson said property)' and frnlhi"CI! and sell; ;1 York and London, 1II\.l..l the bondsover' to road Company and,the,Jacksonville George W. Swepson, IVnsacola: president ttlobflchtilroadl'nuw -
I and his : Cdah' by act for Win. K.; same at after ,
1.c t'll' publc l\dlol having first tlll'l for sale :, alai> Milton S.
\ flY MAll.\ii.l: 1J. HARVEY. .ak.cnl: and his associates! approved h'l'I notice by public adver time in the .Miring of .1 18,0 Little-. I \ and Milton S Lit
HOle ,
!> ( and also for ;ifsecuring Littlclield, president
the further l'uP"C ( tisement in at least! one published' field, was nt the time president of the ncr of the stock of
In our twcntie.nJllt the blossoms said of the second all in each ue\\'lullr tlclield ;
of the
party part following : 1(' city Jacksonville, \(olJile ( ; of the stock of
Drifted by in fragrant snow; advances inndc, as pl'II.1. and I'l'llll")1 New York, in the Slate of New York,' of J'l'lIacola.. Central, c8115 1 1i { said cool1Samies,1111(1\ 11:1 of
Skies were )blue not we together: in the !1.11 agreement 1,1wl11 these parties, city! of Savannah, in the State of Georgia. 1111111r'dor I il the bonds, of the lastnamed t- ,time|, 'I'alial1855CC Haioul. Coiupany! of time
i Chose the pntil that weshould go. executed and dated :1 'i< 1 1W5( !t. and the and the city of Tallahassee, in the State of 01(' Ilolarsof Xew lurk, first part' n1Vestern a.l tll" t 11\'I 111
Violets I bloomed, and nodded aforesaid of said of Florida 011111) "Jlltl'llll North lurolina Jaillmul COIIII'I-'
1 tlh'IICl'lclt. us sum for lawful money of the United. and i (n.
Springing by our lingering;? feet ; fOlt hundred and seventy-two t thousand andsixtylive States, and for nothing ( except that the treasurer!! of the IOl' 1.)'. These bUIIhWle 1\' 'l'I'rl'M'"ht' \V.V. Rl
And we laughed and kissed:' each (' dollars, until such time as said relief State, for its own .I"e mav become payable to\ the State, 111.1'11' (.;: ; \I"'bh.nHI.
Singing gaily Life is sweet !I" lallu"(Itccii granted( mid said partyof the purchaser at { Jroh.tlol may: pay on tlml., executed under the authority( lies, t'ummuissiotlers appointed by 11 act of

i In thirties til I'Collll'art shall have conveyed, saidproperty ; said purchase! any evidences of indebtedness: the net of January 28. 1870, to amend the! the legislature: North said Curoliuanpproveln: oftfie
crimson berries of
our ,
f I Jtlu"hcd 'neath emerald banners' bright, {fore prescribed.t to :.cal.lllcorpnrntioll l.I as Ilctlleo the State! 'may hollnlmlntlai.1. roads, whichpllrclase net of June 21 J, 1WJ! ", "to perfect the 'public by, the second!stockholders part, : ('!!!(, :
.UllIl' fllill of indebtedness works of the State, and given mum
Ir : exclallgl'for
Loyal orchids\ veiled their GeorgeV.. : latepresident
t t, 1' roiu t the careless seeker!' sight. TII.c: instrument! was never acknowledged (II l'l''lll11 t the treasury of State, or ten days vide, t :Mobile Company.)'. After ,
Solemn forest wl'lln l''maloll Railroad '
shades: around (tll of June, tHli(!!), the thereafter and North Carolina Company ,
; from said been signed I by Thompson, theywere Wl'otl'r!
Hot h voices lrolI11 n110Ill'"S nriill having of the funds of
011 strangely investments
t ; act of incorporation was obtained, sale and paid I this State, taken by Littlclield Washington, made certain
But we closer drew together, Dibble and his associates( a purchasers of as heretofore shall[ be we're I' said. c'ompllil securities of and interests
{ where they signed by Swepson as
t Hands with sylvan) treasures! f filled.In (! the roads. were made a body corporate under ('xlll 'If''ribl'el.to the payment Irolllth'all ident of the company. .\lh'Jwunlll the Ires- ill the said Central 1 Sail road, Jacksonville -

sixties meadows the, name of the Tallaliassee: L'ailrnad<1 satisfaction! of the bonds: issued 1the State of the was put to but un I'ensmtculaClobile Kailroad, and
our tl'I
open Company, to hold, and the of company the : Railroad, of the said State of
Now feet operate, enjov Florida under this act, and fn case the irregular and Talahl.cCl'
beguile our wandering ; properly purchased, with all the powers' holders !' do not ,present them douhl.el11 I also, from :llr'lttwus :, 1l'lortllle by the. said,
't Memory's orchids blossoms ofal.III'ul'l way.
I : : 1
Ullal'l'lt to t commissioners
privileges and franchises: of the IVnsacola & for Y( t ninety after said that when signed the bonds as (ieor"e W. Swepsoii{ ( Ie "al
.j lint Fields we!'best and love skies aster's are ever, sweet Georgia and the original Tallahassee companies sale, the treasurer shall invest lars I same, or t treasurer, he hail not eJ I been formerly electedto unmounting in the aggregate to the sum
of flame : and with power to issue i bonds I :secured any( part thl'reofwllch, may be remaining;,r that ollice by the llirl'do1 but at a of one million two Illlln'd and cglt-Ic\-!
\ While our hearts pikes like Autumn's; by mortgage ;' 1ro\'ltll'.l.. that any deed of in his hands: in the securities of the United I meeting of the : the 2.;>th of May.Littlefield l'l thousand four hundred and thirty-six
i maples, trust, mortgage, conveyance, bond or States, to be by the State of Florida, ns Ilr'lOoIon the late president dollars and three cents, to bear interest from
Burn .
and for each the Illlt
\ glow saute.In bonds. or security which may have been ('x.ll.I trustee for lJ1lhol.1r said bond (had. appointed tat'cl ':\\'l'lol as: H''rl:1Y: the first day, of November, 1801)), at the rte

our eighties-wo have cheated ( ( made, ('ri'af'd. or contracted for, as alien h holders !hul t'malll !al'Ult, upon which and treasurer of the company for, past, of l.TI'lt per C'It per annum ; and whereas,

i I Frost and fled before the snow ; on said or otherwise, bv said dl'lallt trlnslrl'r"IH\1 immediately turn year, Ullol l his tlotOI this action of the the : (kurgeV.. S Swepson heretofore conveved subject -
Franklin Dibble in behalf of himself and to the saidIllton S. Littlclield, -
In :Southern clime we're Ir pay to president was
I I a. waiting ( 'Urltl's tie 1)\111.1. .
Till our King shall bid us go. his n'.coeate: prior to tlc passage of this ers. The :. plr'haser On the :'With\ 1III'O\'l'll 1870, an n agreement to the payment of the aboverecitedclaim
J Resting here, beneath the palm frees, let, "lalll'ald 1\Icfhtlai to all intents, road shall "lie by said sale possessed of ni the was: entered into between Littlelicld.I and bis:, interest in the tiht ve-recited railroads -

:' By the !!weet-hrl'athlmyrtle'l, !' fanned It 11 equity) I '1 lien or I rights, privileges, and franchises of : defaulting i one I'M': ward, JOI"tol.! both stockholders! ; and. whereas, the said Littlt field has
'Ti not long, our second) spring-time, mortgage, or security on railroad, as: if (company together with the franchise of the Florida Company, by which received authority from t the 1 legislature of
'Ti, not far, our morning land, the same had IJl'l (made by virtue of this of use and being a body. politic, and this million of dollars of bonds I was put in (the State of Florill and the several railroadcompanies
act, and shall I in no wise be effected by any the governor shall, upon t the payment of the hands: of Houston : collateral security lolls, to be: issued: by
1 t .' t' provisions t hl'rl'of"-( SVL'RLHK CO UII'COPTlll: USITEIt new Tallaliassee this I I 11lltlll which! bonds are to be, exchanged for f
The Company: was duly State ns above provided, immediately the at meeting of the stockholders panics, '
STATKS. organized under this l took the I bonds of the State of Florida to be issued -
( al pos cause purchaser or purchasers: of said( of the company, the following resolutions the
l'IOI of and operated the roa.Ilh'r" road nt said :sale to be {placed in the actual I t : were unanimously i I adopted : for the of aiding the finances
Nos. (W, fiOS, ANU GO!).-OcroiiEit: TEKM: 18SO. ward, to remove all doubts as: to the title of possession use, and enjoyment thereof, and Hrwlt-ed, That bonds to the extent ofsixteen of the said! purIOl mall companies, all of

i The Florida. Central Railroad Company, Appellant the (corporation to the property of the old cause all t the books, ll'l'r and real tholn\lllllar :per mile be issued: hid.I!> ,us arc now in a state of prep'stiml -

; VI. J. Fred :Sehutte rt ,,1. i The companies. Iihhll. fo himself and his associates sonal property of said company', of Illllr- by this company) whil.. bonds shall! be 1 ; ,!.,1 ""''rr'ns, the 5111Illtml S. Tat
I Jacksonville, I'l'lI"I1C'OIlIohile: : Rail road at sOle during the year 1870, ('X- scription', together with its franchise\ of use first lien or mortgage the Flor.l(CentralKailroad tlcficld. has made a contract with S. W. Hopkins -

I 1, _, Company, Appellant, vg. J.. Fred. Schutte l'C1tl'llo t paper which 11rportl"l to be a conveyance and) being a body politic and corporate: to its equipments, frllchl:04c, roadbed & U).. \o. 71 Hroadwuy', l till the disposition {
ct r,I. ; The Western North Carolina Railroad in due form, purpose, by be turned over to said purchaser: or purchasers work-shops' and depots, excepting, of said bOldl as same may be 1 issued -
t Company, Appellant, w. George lo', which lie 11fl's.clt: to relinquish and quitclaim teal the purchaser or purchasers: of said however, the town lots in t the, city of Jacksonville the proceeds of the issue of the bondsof ',
i Drew, Governor, etc., the Jacksonville, to 'ofUJrtoll all his rights. This road shall be by said sale possessed of all the not used for depot purposes."And the Florida Central Railroad ('011:1)of
IVnsacola it Mobile Railroad Company, et paper was not acknowledged ( .I,111 was not in rights privileges, and frt'hll'l of said defaulting whereas the late President. (!eorgeW the said State of Florila. :
al.-Appeals from the Circuit Court of the fact n legal conveyance of the proll'rh'. No ; company, together with the franchise caused to he prepared bonds to hundred and Ixt) : dollars, arc to
t United :States!' for the Northern District: oft conveyance in form was evr by ot use ant being n body politic and be iwl'l"on.. this! company preparatory to nut be applied to the payment of the existing

Florida Swepson, neither has lie at any tlc, so far corporate, may use: any new corporate order of the board of lln.'tun to that l'tl'e liabilities of the said !!ocn.rl rlromll'olllpa-
Mr. Chief Justice Wait delivered the opinion us appears, attempted to exercise )' rightstinder ; name they sec lit( and lake and use a new Ilt which bonds (' signed by said :\l'P- nits, including the sum of ole 1I1\1rell '
of the court. the con\C'mH'c or transfer' which was!' Sl'lllpOI signifying their action in writing :01 as president of company, \11'011-, fifty thousand dollars to be }paid to the commissioners 'II

: These cases: although separate III form, nm le to hll. to thd governor, l II thereafter may' exercise tersigned by H. II.'Thompson, treasurer : : aforesaid, for the purpose of paying
are so connected in their facts: that they may On the 21th of June, ISOii!i, an act \\'Il' all the rights of a body (corporate and Irlvih' He it tlirrr/iH-c) rcsolird, That the said existing liabilities of the said WesternDivision
properly he considered and decided together. passed by) the n'nemls ( of Floridato e! '''thereof, and of' said defaulting bonds so signed 1 by said Swepson: and countersigned of the Western North Carolina

Tho facts ore these : "perfect the public works of the State" pany, under said new name, for the t(11 of i by said Thompson, to the extentof Railroad Company."It .
The Florida Atlantic it OuICt'l'ntralltail- By this i act, "in order to secure t the speedy thirty-five 'l'ar to date from the time of sixteen thousand dollars I mile, be, andthey is understood timid Ign'l'IIIJ' the parties

road Company incorporated, by the General completion, eel"IIII'lt. IIIlailtl'lIaIH'l'lfa ; purcnasc as utiresui.1 That any such sale In' hereby, IcOltl'IIIS the bonds! to be of the first all second part that the
connection between Jacksonville the ilSUl'llulHIl'r the resolution and of the sale of the said bonds to
Assembly of Florida in 1853, built a railroad :.clllIJl' ) legislature I'l'for' proceeds so
t from Jacksonville to Lake City The IVn on'thc Atlantic roast, and lenslcola. :.cllIl' become cUbctive."Sue. that such !bonds when so issued shall! be I be issued by the said! Florida railroad companies -

t sacola it Georgia Railroad Company, also on tho (itilfcoa.it, and :Mobile, in Alahala, : i- That the governor shall! for the first lil'l or mortgage on the said Florida and the said State of Florill, ure to \

l'' incorporated during the same year, built a (leorgeV, Sw'epsunlilton: S. Littlolield, J.P. of further aiding said Jacksonville, Central Hairolll. its equipment< franchise, 'be equally; divided! dollar for < between
i road from Lake City through Tallahassee Hallh'rRol, .1. L. Kc Qua, William II. imrposo it Mobile Hulroatlollal\ road-bed, \ork" :. and depots (excepting the Wotl'r! Division of the Western North
I to (Juincy in the direction of Mobile, with Hunt, their L.c: o'iut'I successors, and assigns the speedy {'ol truI'tol the lots in Jacksonville not used for depotpurposes. Carolina Railroad l01pa1' and the said

t branch to Monticello! and the Tallahassee were constituted n body politic and to the president company coupon : .) Florida railroads, Ild as commissionersaforesaid
f '. Railroad (;'ompany: incorporated{ l nt a corporate under the name of thc Jacksonville bonds of this State, of the same character as lie i fUdI'solrt That all bonds receive by this first l'Iall of bonds:
( rt somewhat earlier date, built another road I'l'n.cu'olaohilc: : Railroad Company. those above described in this act, to the shall be placed tie hands Ellwart: only the sum of one hundred and fifty thousand -

"J t from Tallahassee: to :St.larks.: : Kach of This cOll'anv'us luthorizlt to builda amount of!!olxtl.t'l thousand: dollars per mile, Houston lor the IlrleN' agreed upon dolhtrs,*it 1 is further understood; and
.t these companies:' became indebted to the State railroad from (Ju'inoy te .\llhall state upon receiving for and from the Presalentifsaid an arrangement Ild f HIII :Milton agreed that out of the proceeds of the sale ofi
I ; of Florida. under the provisions' of the inter- line, mil there connect with ammy road running company first mortgage[ bonds, of like S. Ltlli'II. who i is the owner of nearly all i I the issue of the bonds of the Jacksonville
improvement law, nnd ns: a consouuoncc to :\\Iobie. and to consolidate with the amount on any part or {portion of the roll the llk II this company, which II'U" tee i eiisucola. Mobile. [ Railroad: there is fist to:
the road of the 1"lorhla.tlaulic &Gulf Central several (' '!! owning roads from Quiiiey hl'I\'l'I Quincy and Jacksonville ; provided their proceeds are to be held and Applied be received by the commissioners aforesaid L

b Company was sold, on the 4th of March, to Jacksonville: from Tallahassee to St, lWI(1t The :State: bonds under thl'lll'cton!' cording to the tI'I!of said arrangement, suiusuH'icient to be equal) to the amount reel'll'lll -
1808, by tho Trustees of the Internal Improvement Marks, and the branch to :roltkllo. The shall tInt belrxcRangetl for Iwrt ugc except thl./rolortlol/ thereof applicable! or by and. on account of the said, Florida
; Fund, under the authority of original charter was 10\l'\\'hlt 1\l'tlh'lt on bonds for a greater length tim one hundred 1 ap{ stock owned I by other railroads, and I th1 an equal amount I is to bereccivi.l .
the 2-Sth of 1870 alter which miles of of Juinc-y and the satisfaction otherwise tin- ;,: ..; amid the
:. I.1\\', William\ .K. Jackson and his:, associates January) sections any {jmrt lartil'l. upon .v .. .. "iUII'I:
j that of tho Pensacola it Georgia Com )1)), 10, 11 of the original charter, curlsection and Jacksonville.: ; I'naidfd, The said railroad terms of said arrangement with said Florida Kailroad, dollar for dollar until the
:.j on tho Jth of Febiuury, 1809, to F. -1 I of the amended charter, were as ('llIIlall\ companies shall not issue Houston, the said bonds are to be by him entire amount, onemillion two hU:11rld: and I
If tibbie and his associates: : and; that of the follows I : first : to. a greater amount transferred to Milton S. Littlclield. or according '-:04C\'l'l: thousand and thirty-six dollars

'Tallahassee! Company on tho same day and .' .;t: J 0. In order to aid the said Jacksonville than sixh'l'l thousand. dollars per mile." to his llr'I'toll. to the extent of the and 1 tlm'e. cents, with interest .ut eight per t
Under the of : act the new stock owned lt the time. as afmresaidbeimmg! the sum reported !
to the sumo parties. : la Mohlc 1 IltiIrmat! Companyto authority tll.c I el'lt. by {
ll'I.cll', equip, mid maintain its! road Tallahassee: (company, : consolidated with .JC'8"Ct'liid/i. That the directors be di- the parties of the first part as due to the
The road from Jacksonville to Luke \ '
: City and to aid in perfecting one of the publiu t the Jacksonville. Pensacola ttlubiit: : Company carry the fOf'ullg rcsolutionsintoeffect. Western lvHol of the Western North Carolina -
+ was paid for in full nnd a conveyance in due work embraced in the internal improvements May 2*, 1$70), by the name and! havingthe ." Railroad, is fulpni1
form executed to thepurchasers who on the Jacksonville, On the 7th of June, after these resolutions "It is further and
powers agreed by
of the State, the of the II !
i t the 2'th! of July 18UH. were incorporated i by State I is directed I to O\'l'ror deliver to the ll'I"a'O l'Or\lortl'\ (obiloHalroall'omlulI)', with were passed, the original agreement betweenLittlelield the parties of the lirst and that
the General/ Assembly, of tho !:State under president hereby the said bonds of ;!j<( dl'llll'llllto ( ,ono / 1 and I Ilonytottlva'r modified so as to all the interest: owned I or H''UIHllart. )' the f
i the name of the Florida. Central Railroad of the 01 to an amount company equal coupon to sixteen l'ulltul Previous to this: Little- provide for I substitution and exchange of the suit! parties of the first part, (
Company, and given all the powersand franchises thousand dollars1er mile for the whole! line field had succeeded to all the rights of Swcj the State for the bonds of the company son and! l Milton S. Littlelield ieorgl''l'l

', of1 the Florida, Atlantic it Gulf Central of of .railroad owned by or SOl in these Il'\'l'rl trlaciol.c.: and I in the m and a sale of t the bonds: of the State by 1.c.lel\Ilal:04: : have I light to control, in the
Company.\ They were also authorizedto ruall111lngth of Hopkins p tV: Co., they, to from the said I, h
Jacksonville, IVnsacola & (lbtriuutol !tolk II 'ollolilutl'l pay proceeds llla"! ralfI.! are hereby pledged.
I stock of tho ll
fix the amount of the capital
:Mobile Kailroad in for company was given S.J3S ('l'rtall sums to different lartl':04: and for the faithful! fulfilment of this! contract
.. \ : and the number of shares! into exchange > of the remainder, if to .' far without
company first mortgage bonds of said railroad company agreed capital lie represented !tQ! : out any" o the right! on the part of any I'al'ttu \-
which it should i be divided. In t this way the the the meeting ofthl. stock- as Ippt'ar"I\thlll\ :logo to the Jacksonville. Itl'lfl'rI I our or controlof )
of the t.lM.llf'sat
'pcapital put at live hundred and fifty tl'lIo/llatlollof Ol' thuI(11tlol t Mobile '. Lallagl'lll'lt
hohll'J Pensucola & MobileCompany l'l'IIacla. the atflrs of( the
when shall Icer- Jal'kolvile. COII.IItl'rwart".ol
'+ thousand. dollars, with live thousand live r. president ( I for t the consolidation .\ the 21st lSjO.ut .(Signed) G rualI W. SWEPSO.V
his oath that the road ,
'itroad EOIIE
hundred shares. Of these shares George W.Swepson upon for which: he asks for an: exchange or parts of and i"UW!l of the :JJO.OOO I shares of theTallahassee ull'l'tUg llrl.coN of the company 1'rerideut17uriJn{ Ceatrallluilrourl ('onijiaiii/,
afterwardbecame the purchaser! of to the effect. was u <, .\l, S.
bonds is and is in : ('ulpalltJ same t'port l'ulllte LlTTLEKIELIl,
l four thousand three hundred and seventy, l'ollh'h.el. good running appointed to take into
t order. (: shall be of the de The t Company neverentered l'II llll'ntloll tle "M. !S. LlTTLEFlELD: : ,
which he paid for with money in his hands of thousand dollars into the consvlidaiion, and the consolidated past issue of bonds, as follows. : I'll"thull'ie., J'cnsitcola tf Mobile
the ""l'ster Division of tho lollllatlol one only became "The committee finding that the bonds J'I'owl '
company !
t 1VesternNorth Carolina Railroad Company\ tlte, sealed governor with, countersigned the great l'alo by( time t the:State treasurer ; the owner of the : thl'rlit.> \ II Lake City. signed! l by Ci.! "'. S\\' ,'OIl. president, and UI"PI X. \V. 1Voouris1 '

u North Carolina corporation, Alter tho : WU" perfected the counlersignedbyll.il.1 treasurer .\ ". 11". J.
fraudulently diverted from tho use to which shall bear eight per' ('l'lt. interest t, i i, ablesemiannually JUl'k l'OI:04olilltlol, .: :\ Company are in such ti.rl as 111ISOI. be .\V, II i. t'\SlIUU.uLISI:
and shall to ol\"ih' 1l'Ia'oln
it had, been appropriated i h,' that company.Swepson ho'a'ILle hOIIl. 'uhll' to the State, for used to curry out the intention o'f their issue I"'. I'. '
hearer. !! be the first eXl'ltl.ll" 'EI.
with the funds of 'hl'bhal dated on when '
also puchuscd !! of as allowed by section theyvere report the '
tloUar. luloltcl. folow11 ( I' .
of 1870, l !be due v1111 ere
the same North Carolina eorjiorntion. bonds January y thereafter ali hal interest ten of its dlart'r, and received in exchange ;r'sohilol in I'I'l't t thereto: "Witnesses : M. ',". U.\S"I J.
of t the 1'cu yu(' !it (ieorgia and Tallahasseecompanies 1 thirty shall years be Il1tlril'II'ul alt the bonds State for the same /C'lt'I'rt. 'llt t rl olltol adopting 11. R.: SWKI-MIX.: '
to tIl' amount of $"iOttl. or payable II amount, such as provide! for in the : to be issued ), company, While these proceedings were
th'f'ahmlt.c.: and, on the 21th of April, l 1x00, city of New York as the governor shall designate. nine, the W'f\following form : H.'tul signed I by. ((surgeV.. Swcpson, president, and for very l'OIlkraLll' tiumeuftenvardy going on.
l Tho for interest shall bo ultil I I ,
ho entered into a contract with the coupons and II. treasurer, nt
"UxiiKn STATES or AMKHICV."Xo. 11 Thompson I 11'd- were made ,
lurll- payable (to bearer, and shall be authenticated : Itrl'IIUU"llults JOlc parties
'el'S of the road of those ing of of tlm 2d
: on
the written signature of thetreasurer .] [ tin''tur. Ill.i Itl "prevent a sale bonds I 1 of
engraved T.T.orl'J'IU'u.
by or !
: of June A. D,
uyClnmaking ,
these bonds to ,
ho wa" to deliver thl'J "It is certified that the State of same is the I State t \ Il'I I I had I t I
That when the put out No-
their of purchaye- ; lrlddc'rwu'c''rr, hcrlJ' hereby, and that said bonds be tiestroved. ticesot the llll'l'l
j payments mmnu'y Mobile Railroad Florida : 'to or h'af'r. one l'l'S'lldCI fraud: acre extensively pub.I '; .
and they, us soon as they could get the necessary JackSOI\"ill' t ; both in this
or may determine to pay the thousand toilar redeemable in gold coin ofthe The hllt country and in Euru1e.j 1
authority from t the weret0 : ns reported was unanimously -
J..colutioll. ;
legislature the Florida were to those !
State I.tl'
interest in gold till or upon, their bonds or tuh'Ilt ugencyiin but the writ1 engaged in, put
the adopted, bonds
raise money a mortgage on of l'York, the tint day .of were never ing the hUII on market.aiul
pro\cr-\ of Ihectty on suits
the bonds designated in t the tenth I were
It'.tlul and Houston
) destroyed
him had the
ty and pay what ho woo!> with interest thereon at the on Hth of begun, but withstanding all this
tin act act to perfect the public January we are
the bonds, with certain commissionsanil l'util'l1 January. 1871, delivered to cue Cod- satisfied
buy centum, i> entirely from the '
er annum jwiyablehalfyearly
rate ofeiglt
works June 21 J. ItfBi, {per { that
; ntornl."g fees, and one hundred thousand uu giving tf notice Illrm''l\' of such at the said Florida State agency, tin tol, UI"'n{ l'l'rtuil trusts, and he iwme- tw'nt- Ight .huudreti, or thereabout, of
InMi Ion. The contract con- bundsafresat(1aud gold 011 the first days of July and Ilal'l) l'xllanJl',1 tH1 for State bonds, (bond given I exchange of the intention, then the State 11 Jlllual' to t'Yurk. : of tho
purchas ) Jacksonville lul'llI'tl
t in each from the date of this dalllt.tlcl \ it \
tf1ptatlll'il'orlorltm the for on said I bonds ( year hotlull '
Florida Central COUJHUIS luf'f..t .hal be mil afterwards Oi of April, placed and I two I hundred and .six any' '
until the paid, on
be payable in of which Hlrrl'lHl'rlllgthl in the I hands of "i\111 r thus U r
with u distribution of one:thlril! 10tko hereto Hopkins it Co fur sale On the Florida Central I.
Company given I by the governor in some paj>er published proper (coupons ( the lath of .ipmi,1'7I! at UllallWl're rctually
of the to Swepson, Asst'curityforthe i of thestockholders sold and
thK'k January I.t. 1870."llARKisox : IIt'lllg now )
I in New York and at the "Tulhlhas.t'l' fide
payment of the sum agreed to bo i ald, the I thll'itof REED, Gwertior.'S. 01 thc company, t chasers. 111t or all of how b purIolatlI -
of this be the
State to designated by
capital resolution of
mortgage : lIIZlII
the |ltNl.l :
'oill' issued Ull'r l'onttllluh.1 H. Trt urer. ttehavo reached this !
were to he dNposed { lr governor."See tuSO\'ER.] ( /.VWinf(, That )ward HUlhtl1 is authorized of the : :: cumehlsiort!
\ tiKEAT del-ositiuus
way and Swepion was to be gln'l certain : 10. In exchange o for the bomb! of the [huBI' \ hll'lll Itond-s n'frr'to in the Amsterdam, ail which taken !iu
time\ Under State the of time "I in accordance with! act of tho l legislature preamble and resolutions of the were exclutlcyl
privileges in election of tln''tor. : Ill.\'t Ilt'S'rlbl'l. president >Uo stockholders the court 11
deliver to of approved! January)' 28th, adopted June 2, in the hands Llu1'1 Ire cannot be-a doubt I I
this arrangement Swepson over I company) .hal (thl' gu\"crnorofhe norlla. i lSjl. : of S. that the governor of Florida .
r $<)jO,300 of lellsul'oll it Georgia ami Tallahassee (( State coupon! 1)III1 of the company, 1870.. W. Hopkins A Co., the purposes mentioned promoting the sale, was! also"tl active t
T bo/l the purchasers but after u like rate of interest, payable' to the State of }urea ty CuujMHt in said rl'llutlull. subject to the the chujrman; u of the some extent

these bonds had. Uel'l applied in the way .Iurida. .igll"lll" the president, sealed with "The State of Florida will iay to bearer. same exceptions therein expresser with resiK.i1 ,Iointl'l by Cetera(( CYIuutissiou' up-
tt contemplated there still J'Iulmo u balance tIl' ; (coupons{ 1 1)'uhll.tftat forty dollars in p>ld. at the State agency, in to the proportion thereof applicable to larolna: 'tlC bonlllrtak: ot North
i of the purchase-money amounting to #472WS ,- of .''urlorutt; h('I t kit l'l by the written or I the(city of New York, fur interest due the stock owned by other j>arties!, and U( J OJ ant frolll there tl at Markett
f the engraved signature of the president. The bond > to the same terms pelt ten time
to, he Deeds con\e'ln on furl.lll. l'.hlJ thenll men where
to pait.for himself uI11 Ils 1'1.rty bond* shall be of such tl"IHlllluutlon not I I.\'O. J$. 1!. Coxovtu, JVwmw/rr. 10IH.l" Huland. \'c been lutist made.or all of te t sales

.were executed in due form but their delivery less than one thousand tllllar. as the saidcouiiany "' !ll'JrINI t" State lionds were in the same forma undoubtedly ill ; The bolltl5! were:
< tl'l'II.l fraud
ul and interest I those exchanged with the I at t their;
wary withheld on account of this defaul may choose, |> Jackol\'il t.\I, but 1(111Ittl
Dibble and his n shall i be payable at the same time and "STATE Of 'LIII.\ I Pensacola Mobile lulllpall\', tl''l're ueyerthdcs5 '
In payment. : "X,); .1 30-YEAR 8 PER CEXT. IIIXl. [p a1tNN1). them similar Lncs 01 tlmetuark.t f"rt _
I the aforesaid State bonds. upon ellellr I.L tgm (
the Swepson, by put- placeai t.litlt. ,
unable to raise 4 try. a I otlll
lone Payable January 1st. -t UI\l i'ctille 1 1 largely
otf the Trustees of the ImprovementFund "SKT. 11. To secure the principal' and Ht) llh'n. 1'1"aL1c On the 2ith of March. L. Henry, I 1IUl'luullttt
mini on II-I 1st Jlh'UII IJ"luar.II. ut Florida X. W. \i titsitin, wih tl 111"1'1 I I language, .
worthless check that was never paid terest of the said company bonus the W. O. and- ott'rlg C
#' &amount that was due pot i ossesslonof 'I of l'luridashadi, bv this act, have a statutory t State Ug'l'/lY. in the city ofev York. I ler and W. W. Uollins Wt'rt appointed by tl'lltlg llucclltnt to tlo5e Iwl" reason oftllr! ll r
the ,
1 f.i: deeds and had tin n duly nroriled ll'l, which. shall be valid to all intl'nt., and. j S .This bond is one of a series issued in aid I the General Assembly of North Carolina a Tu l'rllJteI J were

I the IS1- <>n the 5111)11 A** 1lhble, for | as u first mortgage duly registered, >I of the Ju'kll\'le Pensacola. & Mobile I (""111".101 to examine and fully investigate tertstel\II'lt il: the their: ale th"M' in.

hints 1:and his u""Iintl' party tint l'urJjcs{ of the road for which the State j Hairu11 leoiuplctell extent of $IJIII> 'j the condition and 1 atTaiN of the Western t'lYy tl m"wt time ilt'I.I.a {llrt of.tlC pn)-

liI8 executed a paper, on its face, bonds wvre delivered, inulten all the prop1crty I per upon road. The < 1)ivisiunurth Carolina Kuilroad Com.I matured. t'uder : t for a a:it
to convey the roads to Swejwon, of the c )ugany, real and l jH-rsoual aj j jiKTlaining of Florida UIllJ the first mortgage buwl I.sl '. tt Car as i concerns the ndmililtro- tay to how in clrl'u\"tull(it I is!
1.arl )tel of the second ''art, in trust for I to that i.r of the IIHwhih it j of said company{ )", fur 1 1Il'I&llunt.' dolt of G. W. Wcl..ol.| late president there three I with the h"itl C'H of two or
.sutl party: of enabling said arty may now have or may llI'fl'f together as furtierMeurity to holder thlrl'f. | of and to make a full and final sfttlement gers. theamoulit\an. of skillful ulana.
tin' express purpose he hereby agreesnd ( with all the 'rl ul'.ull"all HABBI-OX REED. ,i of ul accounts and lalitll' of said presi the not Out wuuid be fuullli jut
af the second irt-whlel todo-tpeonvey the saute! powers t htItu belonging i and I im-aseof a'' iurrruor tf FIurM.,." : (h.V.. St+IL-n, il ('nlttltn with holding hat a oflentl( wbubehieycyi I they l were
binds Ii bonds of the State, thus safe
of the to cither 'fll' tlull.r..t. said company, and this ( "
tn princi '
|uy \li..Im. on
to that i h1l'rprth"l, of said F. Dibble fr and"ll. faiur interest company osit* bond or any i art \\'r put in the hands of f S. l.ittletield. the Kith) of dpri1,1Q, entered into the fullowing us rate, we upon must thc fUbt they ?l'tl1lIt.al.I'.rCttl' to)

alt iS fncorportlN said Dibble: and Ills thereof for twelve month aflerihe*ame shall prvv'dent of the (company, to be tli"I""o 8f'Itlt : emit hult t !in this .
owners sui lmrts
Ills a" oate.8' 11 a to them such a4i become due it .hul I*? lawful for the governor of. ami ht under an arrangement previously .\1tIUr.tllu\ agrot-mcnt and settlement uf o land, Oe'Upy ..MMtlln

t *tow unar Sate, le hsl 4 hurne Itllatur* of tb" sated to enter UJHIII and take jntosv *i(1 uf made with S. W. l"lkin. .t Co..of New" between the Florida {'ltr Kail- and are cttill" elr to f\t' lief Iu t''Nin.J'alt.11 faith

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In 31ar(1I,1s7; .', the Trustees of the Internal and the .JCk"OI\'iI', 11'1"(011tohie the lanunage of article Xl. section 7, of I It isc ,"f'II'II.! however, that ns the pro.tisinn (entirely ('I the ground that the form of the! ;'
Improvement Fund of Florida' commenced l'OIIII' Wl'rl'lllWC'11 In ': the constitution of 18 it suit in Duval Circuit Court, Floriila. th.tilj ,'Ilpl'a North: Car affairs in the :State: whc'l} that constitutionviisudiipted and exchange of the Stud bonds is uncnti* tllItlll .I the company in cI1r'.tIIlJ their .
against! thc Jacksonville, iVn-aeola tCt01)1le :( 'OIII1"/lll: / the Florida, Central Company \ Such' : question' i is peculiarly slltutlonal. the tnoiii I'c.laliol to tinstatutory issue. I 1'F.ngle: nl"I, in toIoi.rt'latu)1) I :
: Company\ to reeovertIi balance flint gave .. which operated as I supersede'as within the province of the courts of the lien on the property of the company is u' notice of the frauds that
was due upon the purchase of the iVnsuoola llofore hOWl"'l'l. cither appeal wa State to decide. and we ought not (to depart ,nil II-n, and, lutist t fall.!, We do lIt so un I had hl'1 practiced on the company, substantially '
t (Cieorgiu, and Tallahassee 1 roads, Air wloMt: docketed here" a settlement was conclude from what they Ilatedanecxccptfurlantler- .1II.IIII.I.I\ t'III"I1I.tI' 1 c"I'titl' i conceded that tho |..uo of the J
the fraudulent check was given bySwcpsoii, hdwc'c'l the Western North (Carolina Coin at I ilt' reason!. tional part of I tlll. may; conno<. '. : bonds was atithorircd }by tho company nndconfined
and to enforce an equitable !lien they; chinned, pany; and the bondholders, :111111:011111: t tan to Hut i by no mean follows that because the with that which is unconstitutional, as to i his protest to the improper met hat
to have on the property a* security for the understanding to that tll' :-tlll': flit; liable on its bonds, I the (' make it imposvihle, if thin unconstitutional was being made of them It I Is clear to our
,myinent.; After this suit was begun Daniel of that company was docketed all.l.lil"llil"l.1. !are free from responsibility Ileh'r 1111'Ih. part i io Irh'1\ lul. to give cllect. to what, minds from tho whole cure that but for the
1'.Holland!! recovered judgment, against the in this ('out on' tll'llh of :September: 11711.! !statutory! mortgages. fly the'express provisions taking the whole tlthc'r. appears' to have fraudulent, ,1"II.iill nf the bonds, the corporate
company\ and levied iip-m) u'ld sold its rail. pursuant: t to the 28th llule.At of the act the State bonds were to bo 1'1'1 the legislative w il In su.-h I case the connmny in putting t
road tinder e.xeculion: he himself becoming the last t'rlal application was madt given the company in exchange for its 0\1 whole I"IIIII'I i N void ; bil in t his, uls in every (tll'l out wlllelllIC"'I') < "isdt: rod sulll-
(the 'purchaser and l netting into possession.Ho : to set nsid.1 the !lpC"'ll.a. obtained on Iht'hand bonds. The I company, not the State, was to other t'nie'if' statutory' I'ol"tnldiol, all depends :- (.h'lt Iltldll.I.I ,' as it ;appun-'
thereupon wax made party to the suit of! the FlOl'idl Central( "c'c'all"'l'lhl' ap use and dispose ot thin State bonds The object on tho( intention of the legislature! us \ 11llill11'11'.1., is lit
of, the trustees: and in his answer claimed to 11\1101 the bond was obtained by fraud of the State was to aid the company with shown by tho general scope of the law. To$ such as to entitle hil tC fI'llhl. con
be the owner of the road freeof all lien in ; .::y. This motion was vra'ul"\-\ its credit The :-Iat.: bonds were to be madepayable / our minds it is clear, Inthopresciit case,that sideration, a ..or oti.rwb, 11'11.1! I/
j favor of the tru lcl'8.or of the :State: on aerount ( ICHll.) ., (tilt) Alter this, on applicatioi ; to \C'I'I'r. 11/\1/ negotiable, while the the object of the legislature tams not .to| create 'WC'pCI have both shown Ih'I ln' C'I'
of the bond exchanged for the com eoltrtiii hehiall'ot'I'u1tinst111ereell'd company hOI" were to the :State: alone ami a debt which the Stale was: expected' to I.nhl"f the most t !h\II' s frauds, 1111
pany's bonds under the amended charter. the administration of the 1..c.I.of (the Western not II oti\lc', The company 1011.1. were poly: but (to aid the company in htil'rnnitlgnllnn'y ,'llnCt look \ith ( Iplll"'l"-
At its January term, 187(5!(;, tile :Sitpieme: Division ('ol\all\.llel\ upon a representation to 11"111"11 hOlll.! and payable ( I"llll upon the credit "I' th'e Stale. .\' be- thing they do or say '\',. r'lrl it is not {n
Court of the :State: decided) in that CUMthat. that the settlement: which hat time and !place as the state \011.1.,111111. if the tW"1 the State and tho company the debt our |tower to relieve the corporations, whose
the title which Holland took b,' his purchase been made by the \\:111 North ('amlla company pail its interest ) "1111. was 111' for the money'" borrowed \00 to f.t Iho debt otlit they have "el'l permitted to manage,
Wag subject to the prior liens on the Company was in fJllot their Iiht: duty of t llll' to pay in the same way. of tho ('olllpim': If tho :-tnl.: paid its bonds, the consequences of their wanton
property and that the bonds of the State I without their C'OIC'III, ail' order, was tithe clear, therefore, the illl'IIIOI1", that be from if own !funds the mortgage could bo broaches of trust ; but in our judgment this
were unconstitutional and void, I hut that the etl'ect that the dismissal he set aside" ami hn'1 the State and ( the :-th: enforced to compel than (company\ to make cannot be done without Injuring tlll'1 who
bnn2litlc holders of the :State: bonds were entitled the cause: rl'-ill"tllttll. ift lie Western Division was to be the" guarantor'IHIIIIIY.I company the State good for all such payments If the are Innocent of all wroll ,
\ to the benefit of the !>tututi>ry lien to Company: tiled 1 with the clerk of thiscourl bonds, and the company the principal :-Iatl: did! not )pay, 111'1 the ('r.ltol. hodtheiruu It is next contended, t that a* t tho bond- were
secure the company bonds which tst'regit'u by the lira )Monday' in l't'hilnrl' I bond, such debtor With the public, however, it was nreelurst'uponflue The fraudulently put out by the olllrer' oi tho
in exchange: for the State:: ands This ease as was especially 'l"ilalld.ll bond was ,ll'n'l1 There the State was the ,k\lor. lnll'c'I'tlt. :1111 us the :-ta"1111: the com companies and are 11''lstlllilla\ recovery
is reported in the l">th volume! of Florida given and npruvcd' I 01 day of F'hnarv I 11,1, !' only known \1'1'1' C''II'I'II'.I. was only to aid thecompany must h'I'II1I,1 tlllll'llllllt II i i" Reports, 1'1't.M to .\jI.! 18sn. and in time.I the :: l'IIIIII the bonds, t'rt' putout 11 borrowing) money: on its "\I ally paid; for the bonds to tbe agents of the
In March[ 1872?, the :State: of Florida instituted lion these facts, gathered I \ \ill (tie lit and thl'C"'Iti endorsed on the bonds, !n any event the company was to companies. wo have! c'Ih'a\'lrl.1 toswvtho | .
another suit in the l uval ('ir'lIill'ourtlI of counsel, from the 1.01t1..111111..of papers bonds \., which were thai the slate bo bound for the payment of the entire debt bonds although, ,'oi.II") to tl':111':: arc
aill.t the Florida Central liMlroad Company Irollhlllc'rl', a" the ; : of !the I held"tile first: mortgage} bonds of the railroad \\hc'l; it matured, and its 'property was to ho valid I as to tho company thll ,
nnd other", alleging a default in the and 11t!! :: nearly linll'l bun- company for a like amount as "lrit' given as security, t'tuicr\ these circumstances Having hC'C'1lt on I the market by the com
)payment of the interest due oil the bonds of dred printed, ,pages. many iiiestions| have to the holder hereof Such bonds II ( it seems jo I* that the unconstitutional panic'II" valid bonds, tho ('Olllllli'l aro ,>stopped
that company, given in exchange for the hl1 present.! and ably' argued\ \rl will state with such endorsements the company part of the statute may be stricken 11011 setting up !
bonds of the :State: and seeking to enforce' first consider the special position) which the put on the market and I sold Tatar thl'I"'c.dr'II out and the obligation of tho'company, including tionality. against I : the\ companies they
the statutory lien bale and applicationof \\1'1"11'11 North Carolina ,company, as the II'I'!' the ccrtilioito of the governor its !.statutory'' mortgage In favor: of 11 lal'kC the position of coin-
the proceeds to the holders of the bonds 11''l'I"I"Or of the Western Division) 'company, as to the !security held by tilolal': is in legal the Slate h"lIllh"llh'l. ".f ni full force. Thc'trikill 0"1'11\1; IIlel may bo ,h'll with
to of the :State. To this suit the company- ""C'llll'l":0:: far: as the Florida, Central is etl'ect the certificate of tIl' company 11111 out is not necessarily by erasing: and enforced as MId, The (companies .
swered, !setting up to some extent the frauds ,' ( is not claimed! that (tl Western and equivalent to an agreement on the words, but it may be disregarding: ; the unconstitutional through 111.11 faithless: agents, are 111 po,l-
that are complained of in the present ca-e, Division) could have had any rights of the company" that the bond, as far as thesecurity i I and reading: the lion where they Insist meet those: they have t
and further averring that the bonds! of the than such, as belong to I stockholder holding i is concerned, i is the valid! obligation statute as if 11O'i..ioll.. was not there. dealt with C.oiIIlH'r'IIIIIld 1'1,11111', ; "
:State! were unconstitutional and! void and! ) a 'controlling interest in the stock of the of tlic :State.: TIl case: is clearly withil the Th'I"'IIIII., :as :State: obligations, were \'lhl. cordingly. Ill'1111'r 01/1111 1 jwipor
that the railroad bonds were not a lien ('orporlt iOll, Its moneys were wrongfully reason ,.1 the rule whlc.1 Ilnk"8 every endorser but, as against the company I which had actually means that on its face it represents, regardless
This suit also went to the :Supreme: Court of infested in that stock ball cnihcz.lcr.Swopson Of'IIIII'rl'IIIIIJ'r) the IllIrllior of put th1 out, they \c'rc'loo\ of what its maker promoter may nave
the State on appeal, and it was there decided the embezzler, bought the stock as: the (, of I II tr. This disposes of this case so got for it. Tho bonds of the Matoin til openmarket
at the January tertal,1$7! State bonds u unconstitutional ; 2, that t under these! circumstances tlie (company I is Company is ('III'I'I"I:1\ claim Is made The companies: put them, out, and In legal
I the Floiida GC'lItrall'lIl11pall authorized must be takl'l 1hI' held it, and subject to c'l"topllll. so far as its own liabilities arecon- that the tlltlll' tl'I'S 10t, 11 its 1\1.: author- etl'ect, as we thinkendorsed than A /"""
by the act of January :US! i, 1 1S70, to issue the such incumbrances as were )put on it while denying the validity I of the i/o that company exchange its bonds for Jiilf holder can now require the 1'1\1011"1 (to'respond
bond- held by the State, and that therebya in his hands. This is: not H'\III..h'I:; I"III\\. hu ads. Having negotiated 11'II'oi the those lt the Stale, or that the lien is not created ) to his endorsement commercially
first lien was created on the! road of the .lstotheJacksunvillel'ensaenlntt, )I.hi(. faith of suclui ('c'rtililltl" the company must h tho exchange. Neither is it, claimed that is to say, by paying what he In effect
company) i in favor of the fcowi// holders of company, an attempt is made: to (' ,' be held, to have agreed, 1"1 part of its own that tho necessary corporate 1110111:01: not 1 1"1111 maker must pay.
: the State bonds ; :3{, that tIIC'fl''l'rl' no such 1101'1'1.of the company) because of the tiiist contract, whatever that was, that the bonds had to get the bonds out 1111'1 1 .rll! of \c' hl.ll"'c' wo have now disposed of ni
; circumstances connected( with the i issue" delivery ttc'll (" executed by 1rI,! to were obligatory.Vhat law. .\llln"1 on !tho lath of December, tle the ncord presents It /
I and exchange of the bonds as wouldexcuse Swepson: after t the conveyances I the \ Ih'I. were the engagements intowhit'huthnsesnvcralcoutpatliesctitered 1H7, I iOI WI" la..11; by tho directors bl'l'l suggested that since t the appeal\ I thin property
the company from their l payment' to 'I'rnstcesofthe: Internal [1lr\C'II'"t; Fund I I I when} : of tin-company: )', I'rc''al of tho has been, sold under thin decree below
liuitnjlilc holders: ; but, 4, that I there was no had\ hC'I'1 pl'ollrllhrol, : rlt.Thai as is alleged, they accepted (lie bonds tin; bonds on account of the I pt' I 111"llpl- That Is not shown by Iht'. 1"01,1., The - )proof tit that case showing that :any of the instrument purported I. however, hI state in exchange for their own, II, put ('aliol of the proceeds of tho in favor ,,1' the (Central
State bonds were actually: held\ in trust :: to l'OII'C'" to the company thc'l on the Ilrk.t for what they appearedon mado, an actual withdrawal WI" 1'c'r effected Company wo later ,1'hl',1:1": fraudulentlyobtained'
This case is reported' in the same; volume to '-\11"01 an act 'incorporatingthe their face: to be, worth as and tho bonds have pit into the \. Tho justice l'c"\I'11 the
of reportsIll. 6HtII7:1'1! : :!. Altcrwarsh.atthc purchasers: of the property as: soon as 1111111 here it is 1 proper 1'"lilln'lll\a. hands: of Innin Jiili', holders. Th"'I'! resolutions bond' was Imposed upon. edoiis
January: terul,187$, in the case of the Trustees I t the necessary I' legislation to t that cll'cct could tracts created h)'. or entered into under the which directed; tho recall assorted the when the facts were
of the Improvement Fund against the I be obtained.: was not C'XC"'II.\,\ a 11111 aIIIICII\.r statutes, are lobe tntcriircted' previous lawful and regular Issue.As (wlllrIIIIIY"I'II'1! ,", TIl ! J Jacksonville, IVnsacola: A: Mobile,[ u Conip u. pass title, and the security was 1'1'lr"iIIV the language used in each'\I \particular to the Florida' t Central t '011111', ho1"1. \ secured, by ll'C'Ih'I'1 North t 1 rol IH
.I.iesunuaurt llj'i'.lllll.I :II'. attII: : .'l tl tatt.1'leState I c'olliillul li.kr this plan until the contemplated case to tho o"lialiollll"II' the case is ,11'1''II! 111.1) palely was', tl! suspended wh"1
bonds were\ unconstitutional and that corporation could be organied.When C"'hc'I'1 the'xlrls'. concerned I tin* words not only that "Iatlll' did I not authorize the "company ,voluntarily ti.II.II. appeal
the statutory lien was good in htvurof / the act 01 iIH'II"raliol vyus obtained employed are !Clllillll'llo' betaken moststriii tho exchange "t Iho bonds and the creationof under 2Sth HII: Tlc' :\ I"II
fide holders: The court aNo: in I that ease ::01- t the company 01'1', ,: 11 :hjt1 inll from <:ly against party, but In this, the lien: "" aNo that the company did! was lot vacated until f I. of indemnity
'tabli-hed the lil'lIl1f the I trustees the roads in his took not in filed the second of 1 1-Sii."
on : Saepsonor: any one Illl'rc' I. as in other ea-os of contracts, language: is to it's'sIl'poratt'l'hnruutent'rrutt'itsntviiho11sls was on February
of that company' prior ill right to all others, possession: of the properly and operated: the hogivon. if possible: its usual: and ordinary or make Iho exchniigo.As It will bo 1.1 tho 1'lltt. llo\, to dctcinilne.
us security for the paymetrt of the balance railroad as IWllc'r. Litthlield, who had su>''- meaning. The oljl..t Is to 111,1 out to the ilrl f question, wo .11'1 It snflleient wll'llt is 'III.lc'l' to 1111111"ll'lha
due on the sales under which the present ceeded, tlll of Swepson's: rights ul.Il'I'II. I I words used what til parties illll.l.c 11'11111'( to I"a.Ihal: tl:Supremo: Court "t Florid.I la.II''IIIII" whether I wl."II .C.t I)
(company got titles to its rOITIl ,amount several :, assumed the a""II' 1'01- Kverv statute, like every (1111'11, 111.t bo has distinctly .I..tlhat I in I that' 'a"l of "lh.btl Mipi-rscihas.I Fl'ol !
,11 as tillllll by tWl'Ol.t below iiiitsdecree: trol of the rurapanyanaI was principdstockholder. read }by, itself and it no more follows that this company: as oven n. I II' 1111'1 t the statutory against any 01.11'1 In that Ir-bulf. the partiesmusl
i <(I,$ Ii..i. as .\pli 2, 1S74. This 0:10 ( Lulls Swepson and Llttlelieldwere one statutory; contract J js like another than: authority was complete.. ,' pointwasdinctly I resort to such moa'ures as I hc'IIlr
i is reported in the volunu; of FloridaItcporf named as corporators of the ,la'kI"OI' I that one ordinary; etintrael means what another made by 1I'adill and as bo 11h1"1..IIII'\ entitled t., We ('11111'1
t iii,. 7ns to j;:!. ville, IVnsicolii ,t Mobilu einlpuiy, incorporated ,dins. Of courseVetMTid; I rules of con- dinctly passed on by I flit! ( Although fl'OIII .tll now belnreus, settle r.ny .II I
,Iftersutneof these decisions: and I on the on the snme day with the purchasers trldlll may IBllhol"II\1 C"I into use.when tho hil in the case was finally dismissed, be question.Tho ,
:'With of December/ 17 the holders: of the which shortly after, as no doubt was required: and :11111111'1"11'11 ceitainwords c.nl.. was not 1'\'c..1 that any ot'IheStatt'hond decicc in C'I: I of these cases f Is. af
State ij'in.ls' / represented in the present suits, from the beginning' illl'lclt. Ir.IIl.c.. than I-oc.d: in statute are understood to '+ had been te'i..i," was in no 11'111,1. with <-i>sls.'
I Itllavil 2.7" of the Jacksonville, IVnsa-: purchasers': (' l'atioll ullc : .intltit' 11\'ll"'l'llil meaning I the si all word wil just sense dit |um. It (' bo said that acae .11.1 it' Fil.lo1' lot I present at the
Iobil' issue, au11 1)7,!) of I the I Florida I its I property. No one ever disputed the bo given the same) meaning in other I'is not authority t on one I point 1"11:1', argument of causes, and took no part
C'entral, !, Inl. through n committee, title ot the .a'Ioll'il.; 1"'I"II'la it Mobile[ ('I"C'I; !li, in 11"1'1,1. it must J.h.I'I'II It' although( that 1,1111' properly presented i in f theirdeiNion.A 1.
f applied to the governor of tho State to spi/u C'OllpIIInti 110,1 tli..llijalill l he- from language used in c'I'h ., Mild decided in' ( I' 1'1111' of ihoeonsidcralion -
and I sell the roads: under the statutory liens 11 III't"h'l'lI I li\i..ioll 01110111" in case what has bt'I'1 done, or agreed \lrtl"I", of the cause, something cNo WI"1llelllll. 101 SIM:.
till their benefit. (Complying' with this request its original bill 11i liIIJy 1\.ll'c the in that ('n"'. We hi\I ""I'I'llhl" 1'11'1'11 to l .. end which .1.\I.llflllt.\ wholemailer.
t. the governor I\her.lil"c'el the road: for ownership of the property: was il that company statethesu familiar principles In td. 11' Hero the IT''i""IIIt1"11''\' 111m.111': :: IltI') :-:I E (CONTAIXINO I ( I
sale, and thereuixiii the \Vcstern )i\'i-oill: of lattlclicld Il.1111 controlling illtlc."t Ildiol to guard against the I""olthi.. C'I"I' ,'rl\''...'In'sc'lf.l. r rOOII will ( 'lu" -, front I'iazui, j
the \Vestfin North Carolina Railroad Coin- in t the stock, and that ulldoul'h.ely represented as authority in others: where tle tl opinion. The decision on large Yard, Lemon und ItunanuTrees.
1 pany tiled two bills in the Circuit Court of the proceeds IIC'PI"II'S 'llhc'z1l.- ('n'l though it be created I by nnilrth'nuthnrity'tif thl"'IIlolI as Illc'h11'1 of the j"IJ. Centrally hllll'\: Is" its| title, etc E
the United :States for the rthl.r incnts invested in t : a statute, is not the situ)(. as was that on any 1.01 further this
of Florida one to enjoin the( sale l..tril, and Tallahassee bonds, through which the [I thepresent case a statutory li'I, in the of the Il"'c'mlllluth'l on wllri the c.jl"'" us 1 ollleo.! 1111"1111' 11'1"1lt t-tf
Florida (''ntrall'oall. and !the other that of North (Carolina (company seeks tOI'ladl the nature of u first mortgage, duly rc'li"'J'.I. whole depended.This \.
the Jacksonville, IVnsacola it Mobile[ property. This is: clearly recognized in the was given than !lal'll the like the constitutionality of the, act, Ihtderluklssg.U. .
.. .\ preliminary injunction having lOIalY. contract of !olttll'IH'lIt entered into betweenSvycpsou company to secure tl. (' Irol'c'rl01 ('. ioll: iiucstion of local law. Ittirpcushsuuthat'pt''uinreunshithuuoflus'alalsirs
granted and the stopped, J, IJttlelield, and the commissioners: of the company I bond, wihlwc'r in than ( : If'lhe.l.ri- .u. iii\i:: > iit.so.\: ,
Jl'el FrL"\ of North (Carolina, the Kith of April, sioii N conclusive It N I of
Sohutte and others, the on governor, it for 'c'rtlill 1'IIJtl of not on us haighl authority -
bondholders, their representing bill in the same l 1S70, l by which it was agreed that the NorthCarolina titian, !oholl.l Ilili.1Idc I in the payment' ofIl'illdlalll' under the 111'11'1111'1-.11.1' wo arelint
court to obtain Il.t decree for the sale of the eutiapa1)yshu uhsl be pail the money)' interest: to 111l'IHISI"I'i"llf.I.I. inclined, to nl'lllt 1. hii!,III of
roads to pay their It'\I In all these casespleadim it had lost from tlie proceeds III tll' sales of !('I tho property la\fllloll- commercial hulpnlst'r j tlttteutbytheeo11apauayuuul I t -
,8 were 1,1 and testimony taken, tho state "ol.li to be issued 1 h Jacksonville ey of the llih.el tlt.:, 111.1 nothing else, bought on the f.uth of the State u en- rs+.
any hearing the Assembly IVnsacola: it Mobilu[ company; ) on the unless .tule. fill its own l tilled jo the hC'I'li of 11'11111'110111 I
hit "cor lal tenlrl 111'Ttlol. l"'c'r.
faith of its of this .
ut'North h (Carolina passed I an act repealing o\lerhil very property.Certainly sl'IIIIec'lll the w tu.lrli\'or. j I
in dt'll..tlll" the in I"rllc'r." obligations inquiry is whither i
all acts creating continuing existence li Til' 11.t Ilpol.tallt
the "..I'-oItr: Division o of the Western: v ,1. (Carolina:. company' is estopped 1'101 of than (company as the state tl'IIlllol.1 l In 1I" ., .//t'IIII.'ri\ 1II'I issue aiidcxchungo I
North Carolina Company.and vesting: in theSS'estcnt lc.lill up title to than \property us u ail..ttil (use of I sale tlc Iurdillse-toney. \l.ll> > of \Oi' \/' In'l by thecorM.ration -
North Carolina I Railroad Company 1m/1t fide I.I.h'r of t these bonds.: In this he evidences '' | itself. f 'l'rlllllly. the 1'1""lltlllof
absolutely all its ri : rights of action litigation 'oll'al"c'llI' tir'up'ua other taken as money, were to be paid Into than Juno 2, | 1u<>, I N, 11I1 face, siillicient( l'sir that
\ ht".c'rctitol. '- for the ]Hisition: tll that of nu equitable owner of tate treasury, and promptly and excluivey purpose as is 11"0 I I lt of April !la:!. | j1 (It Us 11( \ U i: I'1'U I.: I.FH'TI .
an.dlcl" lutlori.
\ ( ( to the stock Jill.ll.Il in the Jacksonville, applied to the l payment ami satisfaction true 111.11,1C'Ir, that these II'C t-
cute(, ,Il'cll, and'lrllina manage any or all,'IIl'-I Ilc'l..attl it ohic 011011) ami all En- "f the bonds. issued'by the state tinder the kegs "toddlold.r 11,1 directors. tterorrngularand ST.. 11.lII: .\. 1.11) ..\
il the Western Division on til Irlpert necessarilyincnmbrunccs authority of the act now in question. Iftheloldersofthu I without snflli lent t ( ,11 t it 1 is
on which the of remark that in the resolution of
was : \ been suggested I prn11erty t state bonds I present \11111 ( ,
pany ilten'otc''hii'J having lllllt
to the court below after the cases were I ill I legid lIed represents. The settlement hem within lil'IoI'i Kile, thoreasurer \ ; :I I. rescinding that of halo 2, ('H.\ UOUKS.( MKTAI.I.IC[ CASKS.
(called up for hearing the suits instituted in with Swep.-on was undoubtedly conditional was required invot: the moneycmaining there i ino Irllllt.c that the orljllIal resolutions ( ) ': (COFFINS XI' (CASKKTS.Telegraphic .
the nnieofthe\Vcrter11livbion Company and lot to be complete until the in his handIn! than securities of \l'n p.i" Ild hindIng orders promptly I attended I tl.
I were revived in the name of the Western money agreed, on was Iai..I. ,but neverthelesstlist he I'nited Slates, "to 1,1 held by tho St tfl' on UM company. The n'"c.I.I',1 i Is put ::7-:11:
tl Cfirktimi 1111 .. .lkjtf. Iktr the .
rutit' ;
I 1 "r 1.1..1" i. >. 1,1.! handhuldcrs"until -
the t..t.
North Carolina to
the !lit of $ f'JllaIlY.lnll:< corrected parties so I t transaction: ;: ; u seller;: of the llonds; I ;and;;;;I.h tri ; t i ;ilcmaiid; I'of; 1: the; I pavinont:I ;;; t';of i the hon;;;, >!!-. !

as to adapt that case to this c'li.inxu in circumstances. topjKjd accordingly.This vhen it was made the duty of the Ir.asiiroro e
,.\ hearing was then had in all: disposes: also: of the claim that till h turn over the securities to the bondhollers. Q, .I -
the suits, which l'III'1 in decrees dismissing lien in favor ot Stepson, created 1 I by the I would "C'1 I" tlulI1 hn: u.i-c y9sT ', e / C
the hills'trtl ,m North Carollll deed, or agreement, of trust to lilli. was ('oulllot be Used ,' clearly an I
Railroad Company. In the t saveI) by the proviso at the end of It'.tiol fl J nttnthm to have the lien, what the governor I L 1 Z
first lien was declared 1 in favor of the trustees of the act incorporating the new TallahasseeCompany. wll1 he made the exchange c (certilicit ito I C
of int'-rn'il improvement fund the ( It it apparent from the whole be, u security for tl holder of the statuMinds. i >
tl the Jacksonville, UIOI Mo[ tenor of the instrument that this was not I" It is qiiite (hut, by section 1.1: of I I 1
: :
Lie loiii|>anus far west as Quiiicy, to he- II intended as a continuing tc'elrihallc it 1 1i is the act iiiuler which the Jacksonville. IVnacolutt II I F 't
the payment uf$l'J,17"< :37, with intervast i equally clear th'l thu l'iItI ( the JfobileCnuipnta' organized I. the f -
at eight" percent from March :'JO! 1*><2! I stock that stands in J.itclid.lllule represents ompany ('uull.at any tile Llforo maturity, g only p l I .
the intvre.it off it bonds in national c' tili t c t I C
that being the amount of the original )purcoast'moucy al Swepson ay 1\1 currency 4
of that rood unpaid, and u held il the property, us security or otherWise ur ill bonds of the state, but that does not s 1g4p A rP I c c
second lieu,in favor of the complainants whc'l t.icse: suits were begun. In addition hangcthu character of the trust ereatel1)y [ rM <
upon| the entire road of that including to this as the in"trument was iinjifrfectly section 11. in nisc no such I jiaymcnt was c
a few miles built west 'olluny., to executed and was never recorded, it 111))('. Ic'rl'll payment of any' kind has fYnK n\ AI1SOHITIOX tS.\T..:'" WAY .
secure the amount of state bonds blcly |tased 11" till I" 1lil"'t Limit fide "purchasers. l'l'CI l'I"ll', ull no r.r'.I..ure.lf the \1 -, iriu r : voirii n.' (, -'CII':
them, given in exchange for the : The 'a" tll. ull their jfj"M-ts*. bay 1)1 ut'lpt.IIy the state ('n''I' il -- u -- -- 1,11\r (: ISI.UUS: : I j IUIIII disease'of the ()'I, UllcrI
Mobile to treated would l he if the several he The slate, all ( Organs, by wearing theIMPUOVKD
of the Jacksnvie. IVnsacola & are b a"tl" IItl'n.t lf 1wlt"II) T.I.'l'IIO..'' UIHlaSIH: : ,
each for it.elf. tram the it ol.liationsus .t
of which $ ,751.- companies were "lllIlIil hu. '
twit, and the accrued interest* lf"l: GI). deflntil1 the claims made I by the LJllll. ; trustee, and, on then-quest of the _- .- I_(real_ th_ing Tronl lw.. I ( : IXCII.ll: : "i
commenccil 1 the I r--- _
A first lien was declared oiHhe the :
Flfrill, Central Company for one hundred I ers.We 11t'J. then, to inquire whether the 1""llwllel of this Ir'It.IiIr I lviti I SlO the 1)1 ('urtn.at'II' : ?i' KJUXIY 1'AIl.
thousand dollars of principal either can bnccevfuUydefend have roMiltc In the present !suits Indeed I I. and! IUuliJI:, I
: ninety-seven urhC1 Itisa : of MBAUNU: und UHI.IKF :>
It DltAWn FU"M the that'INnlnls
it the tiuittiutionality purls I\H\'JI.
and one eighteen thott- : the Hchntte the outset one of the decisions \'I.1
hUII.lr.1 all \ 1)11Ut
that ihuth.Thousands I MSVUI.K': DI1J1HTI'AINLKSS. [ :
and will be conceded that the art'unenstittat'tonal of the in a | 1'Ull' !
Mid hUllr.1 and fifteen Hatll"'II, bcll: wa. rel.lc'r.1 *
II.Jlal and t'OWKUFl'L.: : It cTUKv
testify to its virtues.vor
Court of state on
The nit by apparently
I cents on Supreme iultiut.d !
twenty nfnt'ret. ac'oult tll where all t-Ue fails. A UKYKLATION: !: and
of the state the I thc :State: has three times ft decided in ca es its the lieu in
hr\'ln il exchange e for hOIlI\ i OWI JotiolL l1of' CAN in: ml.m'IWXI: : CI'HKD.: 11KYOLUTION in MedK-liH-. Absorption
whthe directly it-half of the ,] In our
of that : Furtlier question
c.imp-my. tlillio"tlure .
provision : wn. Ir'lt.1y direct incdictit"! oatl
made in liif to; rl'.- for thu talc of the rOI.I"I the apliaretatly[ is no occasion fair apj'lying Don't easily|, until you have tried this senMble. or separately, and an application of thc proceeds I glue 1 Ill'ulill. I.i.li..h..I.: !''I tootrines of *uhirul utiuu. la-cause, in iinmUakable I applied 1 and H.\1HA I.Y KF-: Internni .11'lidul'l. send for our
to the payment of the sveral! sum *>t I I'. ., 07*. we said this iMicutc question was: .. ltngtiagf, the .tltltt has made the FKCTFAI. Keineily.Sold treatise on Kidney trouble a.ut free Sold
found to be slue from each respectively, in "one it was eminently i'ltJt'r j thc cjmrin so' nii.rlii;'<' >'f i1*1".. 'coinjiaiiy security for tl'... I by Drngirist) or sent by mall on receipt by drnwUts. or sent I by IWU. on. rott ofprice
of the ohliiratUm of the Stain of price, TWO TWO DOIXAIUS.: .Addrt-+(.
the order of the priority of the Hens. FI'Jri.l. Ihuul.1 determine; umj& wl.ie we )payment ( IHIIf.UI.IJv'lt
From the decrotdismissing the l bills of arc not now l.rellr.l l to say that tll i- This we understand to l he iiueeorslaneewiththe "C ., )u .\' >0., .'Cut"UXL\' I..JI 1"1' (0.
the Western North Carolina Comitany thatcompany sions art conclusive'on us, they certainly I are opinion of the r'tatectrurt, us "I'n..1 Williams lilork, WUlalul: 1{It Ik,
the degree in the not of such doubtful correctness a. to makeit in tIlt 1IIalllili Florida l Centrali.tsen.nrK Detroit, Midi.altr'Send tr, .Hh.
Schnttu (appl1'rul North Carolina limper that they should bo dksrt.arlral.The ) 'l ull !<
nluU und our book, ;i1"'fhis. 11 ilaJ.riyinnl until "lthl Kit.
conclusions reached by ... tlirc Million Year." Sent free. HI. take iiuothcr Company, the Florida Central. Company) were :I'II11 Illn" lacy, 1'1k f-t.i lull



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\ I II THE FLORIDA\'[IltltOlt.' their riches to it ; the calicoc, chintz, mu- TIIK MA1HSOX ATTAIll. renders: it uncertain whether, when both .U'l'OItl'IOX.11I"T orTAT1VKS llEl-nSrX.' :

j =---=:--::- ----- -===:::::: ====-- --- lins, etc., etc, annually inuportcdbythe} East The unfortunate aflairat Madison[ ( is deeply personal and real property i is rcturm.tluIc.lecl as I JX COXGHKSS.I5y .

i SATURDAY FEntWAHY, 1SSI.TEMPE11AXCK India Company, ami sold at such immense to be, deplored, Comments made !before a !\ whether the collector shall collect by far the most valuable and interesting

., --- ------------,----- profit, are all made of cotton." full knowledge of the facts must necessarily! sale upon the personal or real property.Nearly 'I speech made at the present session, of Congress

LKG1SLA TIOX "The Manchester\ manufactures," he says! he liable to do injustice. So far as* known, all the !states very properly require was that of Mr. S. S. Cox, of New York,

I The very general effort in all legislative "arc greatly cramped] by the scarcity of this the death of Mr. Patterson was attributable, personal; property to be 'first: sold as! it is upon) the question of the reapportionment

:yIr/! assemblies! now in session! throughout the commodity, and would I he considerably!' ex- to the excited condition of a class! of people much, less injurious to sell a pig or :a horse: of members[ of the House[ \ of Representatives I

j 4, country' to secure legislation which will in tcndtd should cotton become plentiful in least of nil able to control themselves. The than to sell the farm or house over the headof in conformity to the census of 1880.

Is Iti jt some measure check and control the baneful Kngland.: selection of Mr, pagan: to take' the testimony, one's family. The subject was treated in all its aspects.

t ) evils of intemperance, is a noticeable The experiment of planting cotton, it n known partisan! of the strongest t type, personally The form of warrant given in section 34 historically, philosophically, politically' and.

fact. While good. men differ as to the measures .. !seems, had been tried by Mr. Ilolle, at his obnoxious! it is said, to the people of of the revenue act, requires the collector "to sectionally.

to be pursued, perfect unanimity exists I place above Palatkacalled ]Rollstown, where, Madison: the assembling of a crowd of negroes collect from each of the persons and corporations The first Congress which assembled after

in the feeling! that something should be done. it i is said, he found it to thrive well. at that place, and the employment of named in them annexed, roll, and of the adoption of the constitution of 1789! consisted -

Nor is it surprising that this should he so. low little t1,author anticipated that cotton an armed and 'quarrelsome man as an adjunct the owner of the real estate described therein of sixty-live members, allotted among

If the consequences of intemperance were would become one of the greatest products to the tribunal, all seem calculated to the taxes set down in each roll opposite thirteen states, upon a ratio of one to each ....

confined to its injurious effects upon its of America, build up the wealth, industries promote disturbance. their names, and to the several parcels of Congressional district of 30,000 population

I victims alone, philanthropy, it is true, and greatness of Great Britain, and It speaks! well for the coolness: : and discretion land therein described and I in case: any person The largest number of members (ten) were

would seek n remedy, but society at large in its manufactured !state! furnish )profitable of the leading State and county officials or corporation, upon whom any such allotted I to Virginia ; rennsylvaniaand Massachusetts

t would not feel the personal, painful and I. cargoes to the very countries in the East from that quiet was restored! and, no further disturbance tax is imposed! shall refuse neglect to pay having eight each, and New York

absorbing interest in the subject whichit which it was derived took place. the same, you are to collect the same by levy but six. In 170i; after the ,first census was!

U a! is evident pervades all classes.! The daily After discussing cotton, Dr. Stork proceeds The telegram! sent to Washington! and the and sale nf the goods and chattels, lands and :, taken, the ratio was placed at 33,000: and the
record crimes accidents and ; to speak of silk : number of members increased to 103: Virginia
) publiccalam- effort made to throw the responsibility upon tenements so assessed! or of the person or corporation ,
ities, incident and traceable to drunkenness With respect to the cultivation of silk in the innacentand injured need, taxed] receiving nineteen members, Massachusetts
Florida, there i is not the least: doubt of the party, no com !so
appalling ; but the untold misery! sorrow climate being better adapted to the silkworm \ meat The judicial investigation to be had The requirement here Is: to collect by levy \ fourteen, Pennsylvania\ thirteen, and

1 and distress which exist: in every l'irclt'l\tIIl than any country in Kurope: or )llOh- will doubtless llieltalt the facts and fix the and sale of the goods and chattels first, New York and North Carolina ten each In

1I I in some form all'ect almost every family i I in ably in America : silk abounds: much more responsibility l where it "doll s. lands: and tenements, evidently being intended 1S03: the ratio, was not increased, and the
our land create the universal desire in India, Persia and (China which are in i Is number of members 141 Virginia still
for It was ,
; there
remedial the latitude of Florida, than in Italv. unnecessary: to say that !such events: to be resorted! to In case: of
i I measure". Whatever measure of repression A considerable i increase I has: of late been will be, misrepresented, to the injury of our being no goods: or chattels: or the amount leading with twenty-two members, and Pennsylvania -

I may adopted to bo elf'ctualllltllt made in the growth of silk in Carolina soul State. In this! caseas ilt uti other such rael'! !, being insufilcient. taking the second place with eighteen

have the support of an intelligent public Ocorgia ; at Purishifrgh, silk is become the should be, the wish of all good citizens! that Section 40) should be amended !so as! to specifically and New York and Massachusetts: with

I opinion. If they go beyond that they are staple was settled commodity about 411 of years the! ago place, by: this some town natives (the law !should! take its course through its require the collector to levy upon seventeen each. In 1813: the ratio was:'! jn-

likely to become a dead I letter, and laws of :Switzerland ; it lies 30 miles east of atppuintedchannels: ; the guilty should be and make sale of any personal estate owned creased! to 35,000.( and the number of members -

which are neither respected nor enforced Savannah.:! punished I, and t without partisan: I bias.GKXK11AL : or possessed by the person: charged with to 181, New York then taking the lead
I Ii arc positively injurious. In Carolina and Georgia the worms are with members
often accidental taxes! before resorting to the realty twenty-seven Pennsylvaniaand ,
injured by frosts: and cold
i Few communities; have attempted( to abolish mornings, in the spring, especially if it i is: a SAXroJWS LKTTmi. The reason: of this I is obvious.\ Personal Virginia with, twenty-three: each, and!

I the evil in totn by the prohibition of its late one; they are! sometimes: actually destroyed We regret that (General Sanford, in his property always has: a market and ready, Massachusetts! with twenty In 1823 the

,sale, manufacture or importation, because and at other times' are benumbed, comments on the Madison murder, did not value, and will bring an amount having ratio was increased to 40,000, and the number

ti public opinion has: not beenfound sutlicient- inconvenience Uftt'IIJalclickh'! is also for: frequently want of warmth experienced} : this take the occasion:. to rebuke in his! own party some proportion to its value. Heal estate of members to 213.: New York obtaining

take such a step. Negative iii Italy : it is almost unnecessary remark, the introduction l i into cause of those worth one thousand: dollars! may be sold at thirty-four i and Pennsylvania] twenty-six,
i t for most part l been, adopted, that the southern situation of 'Florida has mensreswhida have much dilTl- a tax sale for one dollar, through absence, and Massachusetts receding to thirteen, and

j I and it must bo confessed: \ with: little success; placed it out of the reach of this disaster culty and incited these disturbances. The ignorance or error of the owner, and be Virginia to twenty-two. In 183.:$ the ratio
In there I is
Georgia Often
deal of
i us remedial measures. For the most\ part thunder ami lightning in the a spring-season great general referred to the good order peaceable. irretrievably lost: at the expiration of twelvemonths was increased to 47,700, and the numberof

]legislation IJIheell directed to imposing which is apt to aflcet and, injure! the silkworm character, and fairness which prevailed in or, if not sold to any one else, be members to 210, New York obtaining)

licenses! more or less\; exacting, with the ; whereas! in Florida, where frequent Orange county at the November election bid oil' to the State, which will have to bear her maximum! of forty members, Pennsylvania

'- x ,double purpose of repressing the trafllc and showers keep it in refresh constant the agitation air, and, the the seti thunder-brcezes I is What he !says on that subject is; undoubtedlytrue the loss: of what was probably erroneously twenty-eight, and Virginia twentyone -

1 -adding to the revenue. Such legislation: ueithersocontitonorsoviolent : experiencewill ) of other !strong Democratic counties! as sold and, Ohio coming in fourth with nineteen -

everywhere! prevails: Of late years the question i )probably spew, that this: (country: as well but is General Ianfiml not n.are.thnt These! two amendments: of the revenue members.! In 1813 the ratio was increased

1A I has been' raised: of the right and duty of much adapted to the silk-worm as to thenntlberrvtree aft Uisbcc and the State Republican committee law are of great importance, and we trust to 70,080, and the number of members

I 'n community tJ kettle the question for themselves been betore observed,: on which, that this it feeds! tree: grows It has ill: assail the people: of every county in will be incorporated into any amendments: reduced to 223: New York receding to

whether a IiCl'IlSehl1lt\ be! given for 1\ its! utmost luxuriance in all parts of Florida the district as having been engaged in fraudulent which may be mace thirty-four, Pennsylvania to twenty-four,

dangerous and injurious trafllc. The de- The argument made\ for silk raising is as and corrupt practices ? Does he not The advantage of the attaching a l'en.alty and Virginia to fifteen while] Ohio advancedto

hand for a law which shall devolve the good now as it was 115) years ago The climate know that, notwithstanding the fair, peaceful after sixty days notice would be that, twenty-one. In 1853: the ratio was! increased

question of granting or refusing} I licenses of Florida is: especially adapted to the and honest vote and count in Orange while it gives to the tax. aver delay, it givesto : to U): ,4ZJ: and the number of members

.for tralllc in liquor upon the community to growth of the mulberry tree, which furnishes county, Mr. ISisbce has served his: opponent. the State and county the penalty for such to tat, New York losing one, and Pennsylvania ...

l>o affected by it, seems based upon the! first\ the food for the silk worm! The experiment with notice of contest in that county, alleging ), delay, and would enable many a poor man I gaining one. In 1803 the ratio was I

principles of republican government. has! been successfully tri'elill'ari. frauds, intimidations and illegalities! ? to save his property Few persons! comparatively increased to 127.3S1:\ and the members to
Now, which I is! right, )fr, Ih'sbee or General would incur the penalty The long 213.: In 1873 the ratio
The constitutional question involved Ii, ous parts of the State, and notably by that lists of tax sales which till our papers: and was increased to 131-,
whether a law which may in its operation eminent jurist good citizen and worthy Sanford. as to Orange county ? Are not the give so unfavorable an impression of 423: and the number of members to 293, its

affect only portions of,the people, and make man, the late Judge Thomas Douglas: who citizens: of :Madison! county as! well entitled our financial condition would disappear, present II UlII bl'r.

'- what I is lawful in one county constitutionally erected a cocoonery at his place, Macariz, to be believed when they assert! that they the work, and of collecting all interests taxes suh would en'Ctl.be This simplified The opinion of :Mr. 'ox is that the whole

unlawful in another.In near St. .Augustine, and raised,thesilk worm i have been guilty of no frauds or illegal vot system prevails nearly all of the Northern number of members! should be confined

point of fact, this so-cttlled !special! leg.diUerencc with entire success. ing or counting? The legal canvass: made States: and works admirably much so ]hereafter to about 300/ and that 301 shouldbe
: 1ft. ?. by the State canvassers General Finleynearly that it is! rare to sec the land of a resident the divisor I
is 1 ut1nt" 1s no t uucnnuunn. TI to Ii'nt nna k.esa Tile recent enlargement of till American gave by which to divide the total
advertised 'for<< sale for taxes: ,tutu h insolvencies
between the taxes which may bo :bilk manufactories now furnishes: a ready 1,200 majority, and Colonel Davidson are few. population of the United States. to ascertainthe
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nearly 4,000 and yet both of the defeated} ratio of
imposed in an incorporated town, so that and profitable' market for cocoons: which representation
the inhabitants of one town may be taxed can be raised by the women and children of candidates are seeking to contest the scats of I LOCAL OPTION LAW. Mr. Cox, taking 301 as a divisor of 49,303-! :: :;

for certain purposes: and other citizens not in any family with a vl'rYlIIult outlay. The their opponents, putting them to great trouble ,I The following bill has passed! the State 005, the population of the United States, excluding
t Senate, and will, we ]learn, probably the
such towns cannot be taxed in the same: way. cocoons can be sent to the silk manufactories and expense, and making wholesale pass Indians not taxed, makes the ratio
One thing, however, has been learned by in New Jersey: and Connecticut and charges of fraud. Mr. Uisbec includes: in House and become a law. It is probably lfI,0 0. On the basis! of :308 members: the

experience, that absolute prohibition over a bring a good return. his charges every county in his district: except about as far as we can go in the repressionof ratio would be Im, 'm) ; on the basis:' of :311
: Clay Will General Sanford, and l other this most injurious trafllc, the evils of members the ratio would he
4 whole State eannotbe made effectual People The climate of Florida enables: the treesto 158,743. Thisis
..t with strong appetites will manage to be cultivated to any extent, and gives nsteady high-toned and respected ]Republicans like which are intensified: when l'url'il'llo11 beyond I the number reported by the majority of

gratify'them, and all that can bo hoped for supply of food for the silk worm. "'(! him, tell us which is the most important to the restraints: : of municipal regulation the committee. The Republican: minority

r chronicle of sustain, the good name and fame of thegood We shall have the opportunity of testing desires 319 members, and a ratio of )
in the present state of public opinion Is to hope to a revival the domestic: 159,257.:
the question: under favorable! circumstances.In ,
allow communities, where the preponderating silk cocoon production. "'l' bhoiilil be glad people of Orange county and, other equally This number and ratio, they claim, will give

weight of public opinion is against the to hear from some of our correspondents on respectable] communities, or to !sustuinIr. towns where a strong feeling prevails the. I"publil'anItates: a better showing than
IHshce's claim of universal fraud and against: the sale of intoxicating liquors} ,
corruption the
:sale of intoxicating liquors} to protect them. this subject proposed.Mr. \
the evil can be much lessened the
e in of his di'tril"lOave by
every county \ Cox claims that with :301)
selves by refusing: ), to grant licenses to sell as nuns
liquors in !such communities. The great COAST J.IXI: COXXKCTMX.We one, in order to give him a seat in Congress imposition of heavy licenses, which will restrict ber, the New England: states would lose

i (nuisance i is the tippling houses. It would bo observe: that project is: again on foot to which he was not elected, on the mere the of number bar-rooms unllln'rmo.e: the respectability three, the Middle states three, the South

to connect the Indian, Halifax and Matanzosrivecountry ground, of partisanship? : would six and
gain the West
quite practicable, we think, to close all tipp- The local option liquor bill, which has just: eight, !so that
ling houses, and routine the sale everywhereto with Jacksunvilleby rail. 11'efear TH'O IMl'OHTAXT AMKXUMLXTS passed: I the :Senate, provides : the number would stand as follows :

minimum quantities, not to be drank the project is too largo to be successful.The ]. "That when thirty legal voters!of voting Southern t states............,.....................ijoMiddle
) the < mbl'''!. This would do inland waters of the coast could !be connected TO OUR TAX coin. precinct, other than one embracing municipal states..............................".. tit
upon pr ? away and made navigable by u few milesof : The! titles to rt'ultutl': in Florida are getting / corponttiunshalh petition to tho Hoard New Kngland state*........... ......: _.-,
with the assemblages of persons who arc led nu1m stated ) into a per1)lextrlcoulttiuri, owing to the of County Commissioners: to submit to the western states .........................joo)

by companionship into excesses cutting. The distances: intervention of tax titles, worthless for the h'gal'oh'J'j of such voting precinct the question The North would have............,......is<)
Hecr, and perhaps wine, might bo permitted about as: follows : Between Pablo Creek and most part, but nevertheless a l'lo\llluIJIl in- whether thesale intoxicating liquors I\ The South would have..................ll2
1 therein shall be licensed law
by li'it shall I btethe
North river, n canal of fifteen miles! ; between In the electoral
to be Hold by t the glass. college of 377-
cumbrance. Between the results! of I ignorance duty of the !said Hoard'of' County Commissioners
Outside of incorporated towns and cities, Matunzas river and Smith Creek, the head indifference, instances: are not infrequent to adopt forthwith such meaMiresas The Xorth would have...............-).'N".
the eonscnjt of u majority of all registered: of the Halifax river, about ten miles: ; the of sales by tax-collector: of ]landson : they may deem (expedient to ascertainthe The South would have.............,..144-
,. andlndian of the I legal voters of said the number 1 is
be to he ascertained IIanluverbetween Hill: borough: sense voting I tixl'llnt 311-
voters! might required which the taxes have been fully paid
rivers, one mile. The. distance: from the : precinct on said question: and if the majority :The: North would have....... .
issue of licenseto .. ..
authorize the ...
vote to : a
by Sales by such descriptions as: "a lot in New- of the'otl'1! ufllIehtill precinct shall The South h would .IU
have. .
mouth of St. Johns to the Ilaulover about: .............11
be to the sale of .
sell liquors in quantities }less than a gallon town," and the illegalities of such wiles, tis oppoH't1| > such liquors: therein Florida :
and to be sold as medicine. The 120: miles, and it would. open navigation: for a tact of which such board shall; make a would not have: : the full ratio fur
only well know are the rule and not the
lawyers two
should if is made be about 100 mites! I south of that point, so that record then no license for the sale of such members with any lIUlbet proposed,
single exception any in l'Iai,1'lItill)
inland exception.' liquor precinct shall lie issued: but she would have a of "
miles of canal would give an more than
.to bonn fide drugstores, subject to withdrawal twenty-six : Much i>f this: difficulty would) be remediedby : and any person selling such liquors therein a moiety, and it I is
navigation along the coast of over 'Joomiles. shall be liable to all the nowpruWse(1} : to give her .
Jf sold for other than JlH'llidltulpurl'osct!, }penalties: prescribed
the adoption of an amendment like the: two members in all
law for the plans
of of kind should be by: selling li'l'tol'Switlout:1' license: : proposed.
The sale liquors any A less 1 expensive project would ho a nar following : fIlls bill has ]parsed the l'natl':110111:: <1 itgo The tables furnished by! Mr. Cox of the
absolutely prohibited within four miles of $PI": :3(5. The collector of each county through the Assembly its: provisions: will number members
situated row guage; railroad from head of Halifax to roll for the doubtless be in composing the several
all incorporated institutions of learning on the receipt of the current adopted many portions: of state
beyond the limits of incorporated Matanzas: river, about fifteen miles, not costing : year, with the warrant annexed, shall proceed the :State.: It is: hoped and believed! that its legislatures, and thu Parliamentary
1 over $1,000( per mile, or ,o,000<; in all. to collect the taxes charged in such l'IIl'r.ltions} will have a happy effect in checking b(1il of foreign countries, is intercstingand
tf towns. This law prevails in Tennessee, andis notice the vice at which it is
Light-draught ,.t.tlllIl'l'Il'ollld run from the list] : lie shall give thirty days! bypublication : aimed. il1strrt t'.
sustained by publieopinion as: a nccecsaryprotection : in each newspaper printed The
south end of the railroad to Indian river, Till I.IST FLOKlltA Lnglish Parliament has 497! members
to the youth who are away from in said county, /that such taxes are duel CLAIM*. of the
and from the north ,\;(connect with the St.; and i payable ami that all taxes not '"'A"mSUToS. February Representative France upper has ,!00 111Ioe. and (552 of the lower.
homo at school. ; senators and
... John Railroad at St. .\ugu tlne. This: would within sixty Ian will for thirty days thereafter Herndon, from the sub-committee having Germany 5!:in the house 532 deputies ;
4 4t bo charged with u penalty of two under and 397 in
per consideration the special message of I the lower house. tlpC'r
COTTON AXU SILK. bo an easy cheaply: constructed nnllllnLl'tI'abll cent., and if not paid within thirty days after the President of March 1st, iNso I. relating! I The .
In our last number our readers will have ( :' project. ,.and the capital could easily befurnished the expiration of said !sixty days: a .l}IK.IIa'.ty to>> what is kllown fiS the last: Florida claims established evt'rlltlte Il'gblaturl'j have generally
noticed i the.anticipations of Dr Stork as to I by St. Augustine and the settlers: of five p'r er'nt., and if not Iutwlthn' 1 submitted tn the House comitteeon, foreign I popular branch a to proportion one in the of three in the
the ensuing} thirtIhlrt! a penalty /,t ten jtcr attain this morning" a the same highl'r brmc'h,
rivers.IXCOXSIUEKATE report upon but New
and Indian
suitableness and value of cotton and on Halifax Hampshire, with 379
the ( cent will be added, and that all taxes re- which wa adopted.' the lower house members of
'-feilk us: staple productions! for Florida. The mainingunpaidattheexpiratfonofoneh11ndrtrl The report rehearses at length the various I chusetts has 40 has but 12 senatorsMa j .sa-

!present generation, hardly realize that at the LEGlSi.ATIO' and fitly days will be collected. by levy: proceeding' ; in relation to these: claims\ lu'(' ; New York senators 32 to 2-10 rl'lrcntativ -

:time this work of Dr.) Stork'li ,wa.'i written, inM765 The legislature: has' now been in sl'S."lo1fi1r and sale upon the personal Said and collector rl'all."tatl'shell sochurgeil the treaty of isjy with Sjiain, and concludes : I tatives, and Florida senators 32 to to: rt'pf'l'l-(
with taxes. "The committee of the t'nator
r it hardly known in America, some five weeks, and the number of bills notice of the time and are opinion that a sentatives: nearly as large tt ] 7rcpre
t cotton was also, give ten days!! I 'I'l'tll'l'r resist for the demand made by the I New York, with hut l i"lture as
'and the writer therefore "speaks of it as we coming (in every day seems: to increase. It place fur receiving taxes in each voting; Government; of Spain fur payment ami a ( one-t Us
speak of jute, and discusses the adaptation would be a wl provision of law to require precinct and shall, by hi1lt now
} visit and remain at l'udplaeo at least four States, us well asound pubtieplicy !
t of the cotton shrub" to Florida allpruipr>.' iti0nsforonlemdingorcnatingstat- hours, and shall make one visit to each precinct Congress speedily to provide such legislation I 1Jl.ITI OI'SE..ITOnJo.\ES'. SOX
Stork : MI am much disced to nte laws to have public notice given of the in the within sixty days from will We '
{)t. says!: countv as remove all obstacles in the way wih regret, of the death of 3
iirognostirate that cotton will, in time bo a intention U apply fur and the purposoof the day of giving the notice, provided us of an early adjustment of! this protracted controversy Stnator J I soon, William, ,
I commodity in Florida The cotton such laws and to allow no bills to lie introduced &tl.thnt l taxes are due ulllll'a .uhll'. and the final fulfillment of the obligations 1 at 11'ashington: ou the 13th agccll'"l'ntt'cI, ,
Staple reads} "All taxes shall hit l of the United States : i".t. The hand
amendments Section now : : J under the uf death has
such been
shrub is. known to thrive best in a lightwndv \ without except heavily laid
Ireaty."They upon sen-
due and after the fist day of Nvemhcr \ -
uil, and in a climate that has freouent : specifically snggestwl, by the executive payable I therefore re|>ort the bill )herewith ator'l household within the past and
t. of each and ami the collettor I- 'tar.
every year this.
rains the pine barrens: and worst departments. directing the I'aymont of the unpaid jMjrtioiiof new bereavement of holder
; t is hereby vested with the and J the awards; with interest stet. !in
such powers o thereon at the the bloom
that were notice of
well tts t.i climate are, We venture to say youth and
.parts of Florida, us : required, one-tenth of the bill now introduced it Miall be his" duty, to collect by levy and rate of ''h'tJ J>t-r t'\'ut. per annum from the protuise. I is: a sad full Of life and
j therefore, tit for this: shrub. would never see the light lithe bale, of tithff i-fal w personal 1J4"I't., all I( ditesat which the several awards were reiNrtrItotitesteretarv blow indtcd. The, tll'luputh \
... then came from the Last, UIIn.al value the I ofthetreasuryto the l( aU Uri"
1 Cotton KooO legislation desiml wa (- the first of llwU| go out to
to Bengal and slight cost of notice would\ not deter the taethat remain unpaid on day i late of passage: ; of tins: act, and they recoiii. the stricken senator for hu
the vrfter gotx+ mi say : great !loss undI'
and )March etc The language of this section mend the passage of the saute I sorrow.
Coroiuandel) st.ln great ineasure.owe promoters.
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AX ACCOt'XT O1'EAST \ at Fernandina and coming Till: I'l.OItlUA .

\ : 1'L.OR11).t \jt't.j-------\ while the trees were evidently s4Ui3othsr; & IIOyrr

\ WITH A I beyond the lops: of fruit and rl 1)11'iJIP1tO1'lIINT( t : : COMPANY.rornniidiiui ---- --

Journal the new ]leaves !had hardly begun ;
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KEPT BY ", About Lawtcy: Starkeand .
JOllY RAKTKAM Piiir.Ar I the trees showed new growth so as to be ,
[ 'Kt.i-uiA, GO
Botanist to III: Majesty quite perceptible. They seemed a little To u us on II. It. Line, H[ j .
for tho. Florida: ; more advanced as we progressed! south. At '
And ( ('dnr ICey.Otters I
tl'OY: all points, however, nil seedling. trees!, WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, ;

A Journey from St.: Augustine largo and. small: had lost their leaves -

up the liver St. Julius: entirely. The bitter-sweet and sour trees !

showed no signs of injury, attesting their to Lessees! and Purchasers n largo: O Z
LONDON: superior hardihood. At Fairbanks: noticedMr. number of the most eligible and desirahle

Sold I by \V. Nieou, No. ol, St.: rani's Furman's extensive young grove, entirely huts, !iniitnhlo: for Business: : I'urpoo\o.: or for unail, Steamer, and Sail,
; Church-Yard, and! \VoonFALt., City or Suburban Residences, ;I ouFUltMITUKE +
Charing-Cross. without protection, in a clean field,

[Price 4 Shillings: .] the trees about three or four years old were VPON )US'fEml: .

1th'. entirely uninjured, being green to the topmost O
Liberal Discounts) Values allowed to !
twig At Gainesville the trees were
parties engaged in manufacturing: or indus
srciAis. leafless: but uninjured except lemons and trial enterprises, who will erect on the property JJi
As. there I is no production of the 11'est t-In. citrons which were killed down At Pat purchased\ : suhstantial! : improvements o

dies! affords n planter so touch profit as:sugar, tonville, a very nice grove of four-year-old for residence" or in which to conduct their
hU'em('SM. i'
there is no doubt but sugar will soon In' trees, planted during the last season by )Ir. IXIU'CKMKXTS: TO r.\ t'I'\'TH- 'ZZ

planted in Florida. The sugar-cnne grew '1'. A. Darby, were killed down At Mioa- KRS: hy exemption for a term of years: from i iI

at Augustine, and in the trustees:! garden in nopy we learn all the trees lost their leaves taxation, offered hy the several' cities t and l 1

Savannah in Georgia: in as: great perfection but were otherwise uninjured., On the towns. Apply to I

as in West-Indies.. We are not however shores of Oramm c Lake the trees received no CllAS. W. I.MWIS: Agent.JTflOlllcooor. .

yet, for want of experiments, perfectly Informed \perceptible injury and. the leaves! did not l Beach X' Tth.sty.( Fernandina.; H I I Ro
with what degree of success: sugar fall oiT. The fruit which was most: exposed KMf --AND) --

can be raised in Florida !It Is certain was injured to u :small percentage.! Hank: -- -- -- I I

the sugar-cane ii a tender, plant, that requires :growth of citrons were in some caves killed irooorioM! HIM! ..r.., Islous.

both a good and u moist t :soil :a* well back.\ O i GEXKKAL MERCHANDISE' :

era hot climate to bring it to perfection.The At Gainesville we saw on )Ir. .las. pncg's),' 1 f-ri

sugarcane is not a native of the \r l'-t.: premises seedling trees, trees budded on bittersweet PQ I j I

1 Indies, as is commonly taken for :grunted ; :-t..klI1II,1 'trees budded. on sour i i :

nor will it grow there without art and culti I'tocksallllt'alt"nl s.tme si/e and age, and
I 0
vation.; affording a line field ofcompuri-'on. The!seedling Z i i
The common use of sugar in Kitrope was trees lost all their leaves the trees budded 'J'hi1Cplll'l'

introduced by the Portuguese: who transplanted on s'mir:stocks lost: hardly any !leaves, and t .\. iI. NoVKS, (hItut' :li ,ANI 1"1111'|| ('II\Xllun. I CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
who i is, too Imsv to write :an nln'rtiol'III'IIt. 41:::
it from the Kast-Indies: tIC Madeira those budded on hitt'N'l'l'ttods none! at i j

islandtho: ; sugarcane' nourished: alIt\ would, semi, therefore, alert purl.,
there, and in the Canaries, which are in the that the bittersweet 'ami :sour stocks are 00 ; :

latitude of Florida, so well that all Knropc: much more (hardy, than :seedling\ trees. The
was supplied from thence with sugar. full-grovn citron trees did not seem to sutlermorcthan I II

The loaf-sugar: at this day, in Germany, 1 is i the orange, but the lemon is certainly I i
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called Canary-sugar. :Sugar: is plentiful i and more tender..
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common: in Kgypt; in parts further from the The cold experienced. has: demonstratedthat .

tropic than Florida. 1'liny, he( elder, makes: the orange tree" willstand a low temperature
rnillRD ST. 1I.r.l' AI.ACIIL-A
:mTIli,1: ,
it the produce of Arabia and India. if the sap is quiescent. The same degree J

In the neighbourhood of Malaga, sugar of cold in February, after warm grow- FKRXANDIXA, FLA., ])llY GOOS AT: IS'EAV: YORK PRICES:

used to be raised in great abundance, and it ing :season would have )been<< disastrous to .
is grown in some parts of Spain at this day. young t r'c:<,u newly I transplanted: or newly I J":.\uu ix tin,:

The south of Spain is ten degrees north of budded trees. The cold snap three years since -. T

the capes of Florida. The plantanc-tree was by no means as low as the December ('hole',,!,!. Fruits"" and "Vegetable''' _...J.'X..-- T.JKYDD.:--

I and<< allegator pear, the tenderestof the tropical cold: but it came: after a warm and growing
plants! ,'are in full perfection at .\1I u'J. )period and the young trees sutl'ered and also ;

tine.As the fruit. Bliss Garden; Seeds, Flowers, 1"111'11111111 DRY GOODS, CLOTHING HOOTS AND SHOES,
both the soil and climate! of Eu..t: -Florida There is, of course: always: some risk in Garden Implements, 7 If
fit for leaving fruit the trees after the middle of ---
seem sugar, one cannot reasonably on -
doubt, but the cultivation of it will be December.) General Sanford claims we can .'%( Ell: 4v 1'Itll\1): : LARGKST: : AND I IIF.ST: STOCK TO Si':11L' )FROM( I, AT PRICKS: WIlll'IT'

attended<< with success! ; and if in some respects gather and store them for :some weeks and J, CANNOT UK: UXDKRSOLD.barge : ; .

Florida be found inferior to the Wc.stIndics then ship in good orderand thus secure<< ourselves nKlmSXU: CONFKCTIONKRS" : : !shipments) of I'AI.I. AM WI.VI'FJt: GOODS received weekly.

which I do not expect, it has in other against: risk: of los of fruit by cold (1IOiCKGrocerles : .,]:tf Wholesale and Retail.: Orders) by mail receive prompt' attention

respects! the advantage. of them. lint an exceptionally cold season, like the New York ()llil'(', f.J..t '.I. I{ v l) t N.1 I'::. e'or.l'I'lItrtlllllll Third,
"" CijarMt and ToliaoooM"" :M Walker !i;tn'l't. { j Fcrnandlnli! Fla.FURCHGOTT .
The stock of a sugar' planter is not only present at the North, operates! greatly to the

procured, but supported a vast cxpence ; prejudice of the marketing of our fruit, as it TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLKS.Weddings ;.

the excessive price of labour in the "-l' t. I is too cold to be transported with !safety! to \ BENEDICT & CO.

Indies, arising! from the unhealthinessof} the the interior 11III'kt1C.LANDRETHS5: ; : Kntcrtainmcnts, and( Picnics,

climate, and the dearness of the necessariesof furnished I at t the slit trtt' t notice, at rock-hot- Sou111WCs1'orner ol Hay mill Pino Street"" ,

life, virtually amounts to :i tax upon the tom prices, at
ANGKL'S;): BAKKRY.Centre ,
sugar planter ; not only all\ kind of cloath- t Street,
but too must be 2J:t old FLORIDA
ing, provisions imported -- OJ''' l' O. Building.ii. ,

from Europe, and the northern plantations SEEDS t1?nS BEST .
The materials for building, all the lumber 4 II not K>M in your town,you lBBl F.:. oTTiitiic: : OFFKR) : GRKAT; : BARGAINS:(; I I IN
can gftt thara liy maiL Prop
required to erect and repair tliesugar works, .- us A Jtafal Card for Cat..
must be fetched. from the continent: in \nffn Uroirm*nd Prio the*I'nllrri. T A.$lfll.Oldttt.. and mutt extenrttt&.,] T{KRNANDINA: FLORIDA: DDDD) RRRR: YY YY GGU( ( DAVID VNWitliTl/ &RONS.rinLADA.. ) ) ) I RRRRR:I:I: YY YY liliiititf<;<;( ; I OOOOO) ) ) 1)1)1)1)1)) ) ) SSS.SS.S.So
Florida they arc found upon the :spot. In K\I.KIl: IX ) DDRR) : : RR YY YY mil;o; <;H/u I (oo oo) 00 oo DD) )DDSS))
the islands: the wages of u carpenter, mason )1)1) 1)1)) HIH1t: YYYDD (IHI OO OOOO OO DD) DD)) SSSSSSii :
J. II. IIt 1)1)) Hit RR: YY < ( &c., run up as high as ten :shillings\ a ] SCO'l"l\ 1'Ine F .totiI y <<.! .rocertesANI DD ssi
1)1)1)1)1)ltK ill( YY iiiid i< ( ( 00000 OOOOO DDDDD SSS.SSS.S:;
the natural in Florida will
day; plenty DDDD) ) )) RR RR I: YY (ilililiO( < ( 000 OOO) ( DDDD) ))) SSSSS
make labour there comparatively cheap. )

The overseer and. other white servants,
will, beyond all\ question, be hired much Style, Fit, PROVISIONS.Customers HHCAIUM; :: 1 : ..MATTINGSVLOOll ,;,H,.

cheaper\ in a plentiful and good climate, than -

in a scarce and sickly one. Comfort,
Not only overseers; and servants will bo A.XIJ:'

had at a reasonable price, but horses: cows, i ; ,' arNOT1IING
Durability. I.\'n:NOVKLT1KS: .; IN '
and oxen, may be purchased at less than
44 44
one sixth of the price they bear in the WestIndies. 1 HI !X44
: '
: Mules and horses arc there sold from 4-: ++ i4_ +j'I; _>+:,4 tI -_ +* :./+ +* +*

:20) I I. to :31) 1. a-picce : u serviceable horse: in I ::
in stock.Zir J
Florida may be had fi'f1 I I. The price of an I are kept -- --,.,- E ,
Is than :( I 1. in Florida. It is not _
ox no more --- -- -- -
I 1' It Y -&? 44. 44 ++ +* +* +* 4-f 444 444 *+ +* ++ 44- 44 ++ ++ *+ 44.. 44 N
; -
only the prime cost of the :stock that dill'ersso I 1 I t;1 1 44
much in the two countries, but the exinnee I 1+ .4

of maintaining it bears tho same comirative I 1\ W. LOHMANN'S 4CLOAKS, ULSTERS, SHAWLS and FLANNELS.
-- Having largely liirrcaM'd, ..
e | difference'; grass and fodder for the myhlocli

cattle, and corn and flesli-meat: for the servants of 1'ool-Moar, in hot Ii linoanil FAMOUS() ;$... OUR Uneii opartmont U (COMPLKTK: : I KVKItY: : In:-J'I.f.! ;

are very scarce in the bland. and nicdiiini grades"" I inn oiia* air 1 GRKAT: CARPKT: : SALK: commenced on (hu 1st of thus month. Over ROO

very plentiful in Florida bled to place bcloro my oiinloni- Prepare Flour. cliff'rent designs! HniMNolM,,, and Wool (Carpet are now offered at

Whn the sugar is made it 1 is often nr'es-
saryisthe\%'I.-t-Ill I.'I, to carry it at a great ers"" uvry large assorliiH'iil ol -- STRICTLY. NOIt'1'11EUN PIM C E S.

expence by land, a considerable distance to (Hoot" ami .Slioo.s' made b" thooiii ONLY) F1VK: CENTS: : rim POUND.
I NICK: : BRl'SSKLS; CARPKTS: from 75 et*' upward to tc!tl.l<>.
the this will be u14).I ofoiil ami hltllloil
shipping-places' : expence. ( |"
\VOOL CARPKTS: frym tSi elw."" to Nl.'JS.!
saved in Florida, where a planter will be uorlu..u. 'I'hes4ood'i"" ,acrepurchuse41 HALF-WOOL" CARI'irrs from :10 its" up.
sure to make his plantation on the side: of a f..tf'f OLD P. O. BUILDING. IjiU-st deigns: of FANCY: MATTINGS. Best grader of 11'lmiteumd CheckedVindotv 1.
navigable rl nof. for C'ASII, anil ore h \ Nliadew"" made to orIc'r-III1IIi'rialln all colon. (In ordering simply
only vvcliaiiK liar the "saiuocommodity. state color and dimension.l CORNICKS:: MADK: TO ORDKR.: FINK: LACK; CURTAINS:
In Florida the lands suM, in the
ure not as C. 11.\JeT. II. MTKITZ. ,of new designs.!
ceded 1 islands: but given upon conditions, '.'hl""* uill bc' doom- ('. U.\ n'.' A ('0., Kid (:IOVOM''' ( all color and qualities (two to six luittons).
,, A large lot of BRt'SSKLS, MATS, COCO.)1.TIi awl CIU'MB( CLOTHS BOR.DKRINJ .
which( interest leads the grantee to perform ; oil u ploiiNiiro"" aftor "seeing, (** !
ImI'urte'rs and Wholesale Dealer in FOR CARPLT.
and the reservation made to the crown is ii in I ii I UK, and loarnliiff at whatotromoly sir Hotel and lloar llnc-lloiixo Keepers", will find our price eccfdU'lv .

only u halfpenny an acre, after the cud of Iou prices tlionooods Foreign, and loinotle (III rea' nable. and. m.-Uttion gran-l. SHKKTINGS.: PILLO\V-CASING. TABLK: DAM-
three, five, or ten years, which is regulated I Ali: (white and colored l), IOYI.UI'IJ! : $, 1'It.1I1151i.1S; !\ LINENS; in

by the extent of the grants.It I (< tiro ofForod. FrnltMntNt efo., largo vurh.th'I4
often happens in the West-Indie*, as it :&- My *lok of (a: .. : I :\'H oriuMe
I Nu,;. .M, 57 and ['i. Market Street.CHARLKSTON. rea!"" figure;
did lat year, that when the ground i* prepared : FI1RN1SJIIOOIS! N"" worthy .'l1Jt\: rn'HI': ('JJ iNTuml HUM'S; :!, FANCY TASSKIX; : OI)!Il' un.l FlU. W.! '

and the cane planted, time rains, or SOITH CAROLINA.fir fO )1 A'IT( II.
often Ii the attoiitlon of those dONlrinj"" JKNTH: CASSIMKRS.: DOKSKJXS. JKANS: CAKSIMKRS! : FOR J1OYS' WKAR:
seasons as they are called, fail : as as
I If ('ulI"IIIUIl'ut" of Ftuiliciteil 'YJeW.OHliCiF.J4 (;1.OAKf I MiS, UKA) : VK1W.
_, this !> (the ca.-e. the,roll I"rIJim'Cl Ly drought; I flue CJoodH.trOrdorH. and( prompt) returns! made. i.t-0n: LADIES'; ; and l MISSUS' I'XDKRVKSTS: Fins, and prude, frellI11.i t't,. nit t iAlv.ulotof
u misfortune: which ii not to apprehended left lo my holocflonwill --- - -_- $..I'). RKD:} FLANNKL: 1" })lmsllJJT-: : :! 1. .lIl )--thregrcule.
in Florida. \\.Tli. IfAFKXUiTlT,
:, roooivo oarol'nl HIM! Itr..lllt' .\,.K:>T, H-Our Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in Every Respect. a
attention. WHOLMILt: AMI KKTAIL It i I.* imiMi.'Ml.,le for u* to mention every article we have for sale hut every Imugin*
February 10, 1"-11. ]> "Te'Illm ..1N1)'f4)('1\ !DKALKR. aWe article usually kept in a t'Ut.f.I.SJlltY:! GOODS} KSTAUL1SIIMKNT;: .curt I**
Not having seen the country along the i j J H. PRESCOTT, A si.Dealer I found in our House.

lineof the Transit Uuad; since the great frost, j I-3ut I'ornaiidinu, Flu. in lee.TKXNKH8KK .ZTfr NpoHal attoiition paid to Order" and orropondonrr.Call .
observe I : : : : iii': JU' A Hl'KCIALTY.BkiMiJI
six weeks since, I was very anxious to -- ---- or uddrw. .,..,
r the reBultlf upon the orange tree of a j j ; Tin MIRROR. *2 TEH :SrBKKT \VllAJr, FCRCIiGOTT<< HiMin: : .v ('0..

, / teulperatureof twenty degrees in nmld-wiu- I Suu.emuJ-1 or fix months. J-tf FFIt: tNU1N:1. J-1.\, GJ-Om Corner of Hay 111,11"1110 i'tr''t'\tt. -




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Professional----- ami Business_. Cards'I : ) TIME: CARD I 1loricla'lIl1el1'll'rJ1 Railway to and from I ;J'.JJ. SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA; :
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) THE TIMES FOR 1881. 1,1. it. C. iijuvii: ,---- OFTJIKATLANTIC Ha\"lllllltllr.lll1cl all Northern, Eastern::! nndWestern '
The Tlmet wilt enter the New Year with a Cities! .\:>111
circle of Ol'LF & WEST:; I INDIA THAN- At Lake with the
larger regular readers! than it had at / 1 ENKRAL COMMISSION I MERCHANT City daily Florida Central
any previous period of its history!'! and the SIT RAILROAD), Railroad to and, from .Jacksonville: $SCTJACKSONVILLE-: G;;

important (','cnt'of the next year must CENTRE: ST. NEAR R. R. DEPOT PENINSULAR: r RAILROAD), Augustine;( : Palatka, Enterprise: and LandingM -

,. steadily' enlarge the Held of independent : \ II aldt lkauclt,) on the :St. Johns River.: -+. ........................ .......................+-
( journalism.\ FERNANDINA AM At Baldwin, daily with the Atlantic, lulf ..
A new administration( will be inaugurated; FLA, CUMBERLAND) ROUTE.( and, West Inuitl'fransitRailway-tuandfr"nl .i .IIJUn'n LiNLI: .i-

I new political OCC8S1011'twilt create Fernandina, (;lainesville, Cedar' Key, nnd ..
ical duties ; the great commercial and new\ industrial polit.I ---IIn,-', -Com-.'----, Oats.. In Jffict Wirunry l. ----
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t : prosperity! of the must stimu .
A. w. rocKiuj.L: .
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late progress! and thrift in all sections, and( WALTER It. 4IOINU SOUTH.Leave At ('battah"ochcetlrce times!'! weekly with wit
1 the tendency of political\ power will be toward YATIX. I Atlanta, 2.1,1'. :M. the People's' Line and Central' Line Boats; to

corruption; despotism, as: it evert\ Leave Maeon, ( ;in. 7.45. I'. :M. and from Columbu", Eufaula: Fort (;nines! SI .ISLAND KOUTE.rHE
: .
when the people are diverted from the COCKRELL1'ALK1R heave .\l'atadlil'olal1Il1lotlll'r River Landings.jK..TEIcgant ; .
I stern! Brunswick, criticism of authority by nod Arrive ; Sleeping and" Parlor (Coaches
'I. peace \ plenty. Fernandina, Fla.10.15 A. :M.
The Times will be (CocKRKLL: WALKEK: Jacksonville,) ANoodruir and Lucas Patent between
t in the future, ns it has: Leave Fernandina.10.0:! ) .\. :at. run daily
been in the past, absolutely independent! of Arrive( Baldwin Fla Tallahassee\ aiul Jacksonville.: ..
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political parties but earnestly putt fearlessly Attorneys stud (lonnscllorss'PI'IiNAN1)1NA: "I' M. $,TJui.k time, sure ,connection (perfect OEOROIA: : : AND J FLORIDA:
{ devoted to integrity and patriotism in our Leave Baldwin" for.Iaektonvillc) ;:..J 1.30:: r. u. safety. EDOAR VLIET: _I_ INLAND: :: >> STEAMBOAT CO.

statesmanship to the Jrcedom and sanctity : l FLA. ArrivcJachsnnvillc'ann.(( Route).. 2.35: 1'. :M. 20-tf: Jiaster'rruuspnrtntion.Il ( ; .

of the ballot. Dependent party/ organs Leave Bnldwiii'for Cedar l Key... 1.5o P I'. M. ---------
I will) continue to babble about (party men and\ Otlico adjoining Clerk ..f the Circuit Court Arrive Waldo (Junction) 1'.11.11)) .. 4.111'. :M. or and Ocean Steanilioat.H.o .
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and to lavish the regulation praise of the servant WALTER It. YATKS: Notary Public. 04( 4t Leave (Oainesville; 5.ai: I'. u: .
to the but --- ------" --- -- --- Ariivi-; ( .
master ; the growing intelli Vdar K() 9.30P.M.:\ :
of the age daily multiplies the readers o. s. OAKISCONTRACTOR : Trains l to Jacksonville: and North of Baldwin

," independent newspaper 1 the jour daily.
which best reflect the rapidly-increasing / AND BUILDER) ooixo: NORTH. ANDATLANTIC
;1 I'I'b'l'n'c of the people will be the great
d <'/ln journals of the future. :MANUFACTURES!! Leave Cedar Ke 1.15 .\. :>i. UULF ,fc WEST:: INDIA
Times n\m\ to reach the highest stand Arrive laincfville. 8.41\ A.M.: .
I the independent newspaper It fearlessly MOULDINS! BRACKETS: : SAWED AND Leave fJainesville; ....................... H.:O .\. :3I. TRANSIT: RAILROAD: CO., *
I opposes! corruption and rings in nil TURNED; H A LUS'I'IUS: NEWELS: : Arrive Waldo (I'. R. L'. June.). !9.18 .\. :u. U.S.. MAI STi: AMSIIIIVS

parties, whether in city, state or nation. It STAIR: RAILS, WOOD) EAVESTRO : Ll'ave.ultn..(9.o5!/ :: A.M. TOAll
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Will }leave Cedar Points North and West
domination whether represented by an individual WEATHERBOARDINOANnFLOOR )- Leave Jacksonville (Cum. HllIll..11.1.iM) \: : Key ,

: ( by a faction, or by a party. It opposes Arrive Baldwin. :?.:: ) I'. :M. FOR NEW: OnLKJo"JoHY: : : Flmu Y.
sectionalism INO. uttering comfort unrivaled a delightful sail
North and
South the
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nnd tranquillity law)for every citizen" ul'relllacof of the Union.liberty A SPECIALTY Leave Fernandina....................... :3.15 I'. :M. The PALU-E STEAMHSS. 7-
8.00 i>. :M.
The Times will the
begin New Year
i strengthened! in all of its already exceptionably DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES leave Arrive Macon..,.. s.lo ,t. :M. SATURDAY.: I'LORi1)A .
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Its AnnaN of OF ALL a r M. Captain JOHN FIT/.UERALD
strong departments the :SIXES. Trains! to Cedar ,
and South of Baldwin
War will be continued the weekly edition, Post Onice Box 174.jani Key
daily Sunday.
I with specially interesting extracts therefromin Fernandina, Fla. AND
I the other edition! nnd the contributors! of !I PENINSULAR RAILROAD: )PARSONS) HALE, Agents,
'. 1881 to this! important feature! of .1 A si us liclll'FIN, ( Walh{ Jlniiicl.) CITY OF IUCIIa:'1'OX,
soldiers\ 9-13t: Cedar Key, Fla.MALLORY'S .
will be from the most distinguished
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;\\ nnd civilians of the North nnd South. Its CONTRACTOR Leave1'aldu Junction. fUHIf.( : .

I large list! of contributors in this and in foreign Leave Hawthorne. 7.10A.M.: : Leave Jacksonville) every)(ollcla\,.\V l'C 1rH'S-
,{ countries will be more than maintained ; Ata'lIulStn'ct, between Second( and Third, Arrive Lochloosa. 8.1,1. M.UOINU ,.'I.OlCln.S'I'I.JaSIIII: MM: day nnd Friday, by Steam'boat Express 11:15:
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country ; departments essential a carefully Leave arrival of Tw ill.
Hawthorne .
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it has won "solely on its merits, ns one .- -- -- -- -- ? Line, Palace :Steamships: of the OCEAN :STEAM; :

of the most reliable nnd complete newspapers OK A CK iRE11'Vholesale : : Sailing from Fernandina every two weeks on :SHIP COMPANY() every'edmesday and
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TERMS: I: : DAILY) -delivered by, carriers, for : and Retail Clo'-e connection is made at .Atlanta (;in.. f S. S. City of Austin. 1 L. Baltimore and Philadelphia, steamers, and
twelve cents a week ; mail subscription, six to and 1'1'01111111 points' North, East l. West t and Captain STEVENS.X. : J with nil rail lines to all points North and

t dollars a year, or fifty cents a month, postage T> OOKS, STATIOXKItY, Northwest tinily.r I S. S. ('lIroud -h'e, t tf West.For.
free. SUNDAY EDITION> ) sheet, .l I' State-Rooms and(
wi'o.o \., .... Through) Tickets, t,
dollars I Captain IIE( K.
two a year postage free ; single copies, apply' to
And MUSIC:, With Trains for Enfauln, Columbus, (la.! .
t four (\"KI.Y-l'uhli-hl'll! : every Saturday
I I Montgomery( Mobile( and New Orleans.:
I morning two dollars n five -:1- Lete V Alden's
year ; fif WEST BAY STET Tourist Oilieest
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copies, $8 ; ten copies, $15; twenty\ copies, AT FERNANIUNA \ f'! : "
( $25.: An extra cPysent' free to thl'gctt'rul'' With New York ;and\ Fernandina Steamship I \11 ", .iacksunville-t'i'nier of Bay and, Ocean
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Address, THE; TIMES: !, 10.30:; ) a. in., and for New York on Fridaul, .U -i+3.+;_ near the 1'0 t.lI1il'l'( ; I'Hlalkn-\\. WoltHughes' .
Philadelphia, Pa :3.10p.m.; from Nassau, :N. P., on Win(luesday ...J..;..:: ...,. !T- Drugstore) : ; Fernandina\ Egiuont:

I __ : for Nassau, N. 1', on Wednesday.With THE FINE: : STEAMSHIPS:;, 1 [otcl.

m'FIIOM FISH: SC.1LI'c': 2 School a SlU''h.IC" G: Georgia and Florida Inland ,Steamboat (5USTAVE; : LEVE.:
< __ __ ( 0. from :Savannah; Tuesday, Wednesday (//l'II'II'm'lI. A r't Sea Island Route.:
... n H Friday and I Sunday ; for Savannah on CA 1"l'. HIXES, .1. N. HARR1MAN(
TRY THE 'f1l1'I4lay.Frhlav mid :Sunday. 11->! 0 Manager.'fST. .
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":\ amrr r J NEW YORK OBSERVER City J'nlut) from Savannah lams,( Charleston i (CAIT. RISK.ONE : .-.-- -
tffi : RIVER: (Jo
Wednesday and Sunday tor Savannah and
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:: : of the above
Steamer will leave
THIS Y l'\ll.:
Charleston'Monday and\ Frida,'. :
fiSKA r"! 'lilla I for New York Friday 8'1'1-\)1 .
\ DEAN, Silt 1 SHELL: L. With Steamer Fltim daily t to and from St.Jary's,01. I. (to :suit the tide). every pACIL1'-CtI1I1'tN1'
-- Till; 1.A1K1KST AXD JiKST FAMILYrAl'Kll ( ., IIl1el01'lIIiWI'lk1: ly to and from
Tin line
having no transfers: to make
: I'VLM ALLIOATOR TEETH.: [ IX TillWOULD.). St. AInry's River: landing I betweenFERNANDINA

I AT JUI.HWIN FLA., 4. jl!
i( Also, "FEATHER: FANS AND FKATHKllFLOWERS 5.(7( :Send fur Sample Copyfree."CrtNI.IV With Trains for Live Oak Tallahas-.ee, and : : AND) NEW: YORK: ;.; .;- .:: ::.- -

: ORANOE( : STICKS: all points in Middle and West Florida. Oilers\ the -

l-3t: :37 Park New York. TO FLORIDA 1"IIIl'I'E1S.Y'J.l'tal.ll'li : : '
,. Row I L (I Ie.\
For sale ancll1ll\ile to order. _. __ __ With :Steamer Alf>lni for all points and JI.U'I'II.Cuptaill .\,
2 ________ ""_U- __n .. ( and 1 Fruits will receive ,
landings on Orange/ Lake, on arrival of Peninsular special( Ricimi! :!"sox. Captain .
T. W. AXSI.UY, Itailroads.CENTRAL Railroad Train. care in handling.\

Centre St. bet Second and Third.Xotice __ : -
FLOHWA With Stage Line for 0l'1I1111I111 Tampa' on ,
Lwtt to Payers1. JnndayS'erltiesday, and Saturday ; from The' traveling public are offered the advantages
j I will visit the following places at the JACKSONVILLE FLV., March( 10 i 1879. Ocala and\ '1'11111'1'fm'sllay' Friday and Sun of f a DlIll-XT: LINK 1 WITHOUT -
time stated below for the purpose of receiving ( On and after this date Trains on this ]Road day. ANY CI'ANtiKS.! : Connections made at The Flora leaves ,

pt the State and county taxes assessed for will run as follows : AT ('F.P.\ KEY: L.\., Jacksonville with all steamboats for all River: landings\ Fernandina) ft'r t.ll1n"K

r the year 18SO : DAY PASSENOER: (EXCEPT SI-XLAY.) With Tainim Steamship, Co.'s Line for points on the St. John's, Ocklawaha\, and and I 1'riday-retuning every .lunday1'ednestuy(
3 Odom's Branch.......Monday[ Feb. 11 1881 Tampa and Manatee Monday( and Thursday, Indian Rivers: and with the Transit Rail on Tuesday' Thurs
.. Leave Jacksonville ..................... 8:30:: ) A. :M. day and I Saturday.1'he .
; King's Ferry.............:TueesdayDunn's 15 Leave Baldwin ........................... !9:30: ) A. M. lit1 1'. in., and for Key West :Sunday and road at Fernandina for all railroad stations Martha leaves IVrnamlina, for

Crcl.k.\\.l.IIIl.lillu us( .t Leave hake City............."..........11:33::\: .\, !M. Thursday: at (II. p. in. in Florida points every: Tuesday, Thursday and same
UgglngLotuu\I.I'I.'fhl1rslay! h 17 Leave Live Oak........ ......... ......... 1:001': M.: With the United States and Havana Fast FRKKHIT: AND) PASSENGER:::: ; RATES day-leturning every Monday( :atllr-
Brandy Branch...... ...Friday 18 Arrive at Savannah ..................... 1 8:15': 1'. )M.Ixave Mail[ Steanter.irl/tlrttl) "' for' 'Key West, Havana, AS LOWS BY INDIRECT) < LINES.rThrough : and Friday. Wednesday
.................. 11)!
Callahan. .SaturdayHalt's Savannah( .......................... MX: ) .\. :M. Cuba, onarrlvn'( > Train every Tuesday :, Rates and Bills of Lading\
Road.:Mondaykjncville :21 't Leave Live Oak......... .................. 5:55: ; I'. :M. afternoon, at 4.30 }p. in. From Havana( to all points. Through HUN! of/ Lading
1 I -' <' (mum..Tm.'tlay) ::::1 Leave Lake City .......................... ;5iH:( ) I'. +t. \ihlllIlIel( Key West every Saturday. :Special For passage, or further information, apply MALLORY'S:S LINE;
...... of
Hakervlllc, (noon) :Tuesday 221: h Leave Baldwin ............................ 7:05: I'. :M. train to connect.With to lt mints on the St. Steamers to all
i Amelia (ovclllng\\'ellm'I'IIIay) :23:I Arrive at Jacksonville ................. 8:05!: I'. M. Steamer J-'iitfriifiix-( }points on theSuwas.uiv R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Mary's.
I I will be at my otllce in Fernandina on River un'11'ur.' days at (j ia. III.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, when MAIL AND EXPRESS.: (DAILY.) For information respecting routes, rates: Firiiandina. Close Connection
t not on collecting tour in the country, until Leave Jacksonville! ...................... 5:30:: I'. M.: etc., apply to (C. H.[ MALLORY) & ('1)., made
March 1, at which time my books will be Leave1'luite House.................... i:15\: I'. +t. .\. O. M.uDONELL) : l'icrh: ) East River, New York. 1-tiSIJ111l1R Savannah with the Xt.York, Charleston! and

closed, and all property on which the taxes Leave Baldwin.................. ........... 7:00 J'. )1. (Sen'l Ticket' and l'.rss..lgeut. ---- ---- Steamer

remain unpaid will be advertised. lea\'o Darh\'ville........................... 7:25:: J'. :M. I) E.M: .\XWEI.L: (Jen'lSupt. :21JACKSONVILLE. : : S'IIIJHTI.la: (;ACCOMMODATIONS( (

\\'. F. SOOTT, Collector. leave Sanderson.......................... 8:07: J'. !M.Oliisti'O --
Fernandina, February 5th, II<''SI. IA.'u'e .............................. 1 8:43': : J'. !M.Leave : I'ENSACOLA: THE STUMERS. for Passengers.( E\curMonMs: and Tourists
/ Mt. Carrie.......................... 1)0:11'; : M. AND will tiud this a very' attractive ,
---, trip
1 Nonce of Final Proof. Arrive Lake City......................... 9:30 J'. !M. : RAILROAD. t- lit scenery is grand, and) iilliuutor. as tin .
leave Live Oak........................... 2:15: .\. gym..lrrlve'rallaha.see MASTER TRANSPORTATION' OFFICE, I ITAI.I.AHVKSEE l 1 f S'.'. JOHNS' 7. I VITYPOIXTJ: } game are abundant.ffr ; and other

I L\ND O..ll.T (JUNKSVILLE lltli, FLV.181."VfOTlCE + ,\ ....................... 7:00: ) .\. :M. FLA., }February 3, IS tI. JOn I. .J I -! I... ._. Either of the alxiu' Su-atiitr;
January --- :
that the following Arrive Albany.............................10:45.1: M. and after Monday( February 2,18v), / chartered I fur excursion parties ran l I"
: is hereby settler given has tiled notice of his .lrrlveSawuunala...... .................... HOt): .\. :M. (passenger trains of this road will run us follows For further infommtiou mi 'at any. time.
named II'I.I to
_intention Ll to make final proof in of leave Savannah .......................... .*..>o I'. :a.lea viz: ;t44h : A. B. :XOYi-lS; : .\l'lIt.

his and that said proof will support bo made Albany ............................. 4:11I11': !a!. P.ISSENiIR'r1LtiN-1:.\ BOUND.) .)\' 111.3 .I--......-....':.... ". _
s claim Nassau Leave TIIlIllliu: before II. J. Baker Judge County, Leave Live Oak.......................... .:1. .\. :M.Ixnive Leave (lUllIl'I. : ::: P. M.Utivo l'.v'" toveM and Tinware.gTKKKTYtVHUOTHKll
.Fla., at Fernandina, Fla.) on Monday, February Lake l'ih'.0.:\: .\. :If.IA'u'c \ Tallahassee; .............. ...... Ii W> P. M. -- .

28th, 1881, viz.: STEPHEN for:the1'1). KIRKLAND of- Mt. Carrie ......... ...... ........... 4:1S: .\. :M.stee Leinebotiet'lla .............. ...... 7.10 I'. M. .. -- --

Homestead!! o.2, 1 IA.t\"O 0Iu .............................. 4:40: ( .\. M. Leave iTl't.n\'llll'i .............. ...... 8 3S 1'. M. "IT T 11.1. leave Fernandina Jacksonville ,
a N, E. i and W i of 8. E. J See. 4, T. :. N. of leave Sanderson......................... 5:20:: .\. :M.IxuveDarbyville U-ave Madison.................. ...... tJ 2': 11' J'. )1. 11 jni'l Palatka and illtt"rllll'tlialIlInd.. Second Street, opjKisite

R. 23 :Jo:. witnesses ......... ................. 5:55 A. M. Leave Live Oak..............,. ..... 215.1. M, hags on the St. Julia River: and Savannah Post-Office.
He names the following and!! cultivation Leave Baldwin............................ 0:10\: A. )M. Arrive Savannah............,.. ." ...... 9 no) A.M.: and Charleston, as folowi : -
t ) his continuous residence upon, Arrive Thomasville ......... ...... (> V A. :M.rHve -
IIl'I""o'hite House..................... 7:0.111.: .
of said land viz.; JohnV.. Crews of ............... ......10 25 From Fcrnaudina
\ .t..i.
Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50: A. M. Albany .
Cullahan, 1"11hhuIU' K. Crews of Calla.I On Mail and Express Train Sleeping Cars Arrive [akeCity..............- ...... 3 :3a .1. )!. : ir
I ; luau Fla.; Lewis 1I1 ')dllh-tlltlln. of Callahan run through to and from Jacksonville> and Arrive Baldwin................ .* ...... It 25 A. !M. FOR JACKSONVILLE: : : > PALATKA, f

Fla.; told Joshua Crews of Callahan, ......... .' ...... .
j Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping} Cunt run Arrive Jacksonville .. 7.54.1 )I. jtr: EVERY: : WEDNESDAY.iitFrom : : : .
I, Fla.t55t. through to and front Jacksonville and Tul- Arrive Ferpandina........... ...... :tall P. M. .
J.. A. BARNES; : Register.i lahusce.FERNANDINA. Arriveiaincutvllle ............ ...... "> 04 J'. ti! Fernundina

--- Arrive l'txtar Key ....."....... ...... II :k) r. !M.I'ASSENOER i.
} 'I-- : Tn.\1! -W.::. T BOUND. :
:' : ., leave Jacks )nville..... .................11:15: \. M. Leave Jacksonville .....daily at.... :5 30 I'. M.Uave /EVERY FRIDAY.-,"\.

January 5th, 1881.TVTOT1CK Arrive ................12:30: J'. :M. Furnandinn ............ .....10 30; .\. !M.
: Is hereby given that the follow1 : Arrive Fernandhm........:.. ............ 3:40: p. M.: I.eaveCaiutsville........ ..... ......90.t.u.< : : Close connection made with steamers for1ellonville

\ ing named settler has tiled notice of hU Leave Fernandina......................10:30 A. M.: Cellar ........-...... ...... 4 30 .t. M. Enterprise, also with steamers -
,. intention to make final proof in support! of Leave Baldwin............................ 1:20:: p. !M. Ix-ave Leone Bal.lwin Key................. ...... i tM) P. W. for Ovklawaha River; also at Savannah "
his claim and that said proof will bo made Arrive Jacksonville ......... ............ 2:35 p. :M. Ix-ave I.ake City .............. ...... 0 40 p. :M. with lioston steamers and Italtiniore.and fur New York Philadelphia t t r =

1/r jore! J. A, Edwards, Clerk Circuit l\l\\TtlI.t Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar Key : leave Savannah ............... .. ...... 4 :30 P.I.. fur Charleston with
1 ernandina, .')a.. on Wednesday, February take this(: train. NO train >rom Baldwin i to i I i )Ix-ave Live Oak........ ........ ...... :2 It t. 't.IA'uwe steamers, and with Xl'York Northeastern, Philadelphia' Baltimore

J, 1881 viz : JAMES L. LONO HomesteadNo. !! Cedar Key on 8untllCONNE:1'10N8.t\" : Madison ............... ...... 351; \. M.Uave it South CarloUna STOVES.:
1 Railroad.for HEATERS.
: 1705. for Lot No. 1 of Section 1, in Town. ]Baldwin with A., (i. itR. trrnville.; ............... ...... I:1.t.::! M.Leave Wot.\ routes North. East: anti : RANUKRS.Tl : .

Bhip( 2, North of Range 28 E.: lie names the \v. I. T. R., for Ceilar Key, Gainesvillelandina 1 MontiivlK( ............ .. ...... 5 no A.M.! > \1. SHEET-IRON: :
following witnesses to prove hu continuous and .' and all points North-; and .Srrive'I'all.aba.st'e;,.......... 4' ...... 7 no A. !M.Ix FIRST-CLASS PASSENJER: .\('('() DO. ROOFINO: WARE.
residence upon and cultivation of. said land Wt'ot j at lake City for Tallahassee. \Ihm( 'ave TallahasM............... .... 8 30 I A.M.Ixtive : DATIONS.i ( -; AND ca'TTI mXG.

viz.: Alfred IJaker, of Fernandma! .'(n.; Svavaunah. and all l"lintl North and 11't's ; li'iincy..............'..... 4. .....10 0s A. M.! Through; Ticket and Staterooms secured CUCUMBER( : WOOD
8amu J Jetty of Fernandina; Ha.: John D.of at Jacksonville with St. Julius River Steuna .\rrin.ChaUahlltll.lll'c........ .. ...,,.11 ;30 A. :M. end all information furnUhed at office PUMP, ETC
I Fvruandina. Fla. and Win. Wil- el'8. J. S. ldJ.HOY: corner A large u-tovk of "
)> ; W. M. DAVUWON, )1 aster:: Transo'ii.Superintendent. CONNECTIONS.At Centre and S.-iond >tnt ts. a ,call and prierkith Give u*

s(unN 8-5t"Lt }'crnaudhia.L. .}'Ia.JJ.\USES. Register. lave Oak daily with the Savannah: \).}). (;_ A, NOYES, j I tither house comjare!, (here l yr our{'I"'twLl're. tlUkod/ ot

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7'Jll: VLORlltA LIMISLATV11KtllK books.lly! )lath ng to the measurement: and inspection( of Senate bill Xo. 19! : To incorporate theCarrabelle gotidllowof water will aid 111 inure or less

Walker-Senate[ \ bill Xo. 152; :! : In t timber and lumber. \ Thomaville Railroad Company.Soivifc ) 1\1 the time we are at work ; thi.i is my' hope
nit.l-S IXTKOMVKII AM I'ASSKH: :" KY Oflt relation to the contingent expenses: : of the lly Mr.[ Parker of ltrevartl-.1+ ;.. hill0191 b'M! Xo. n.*> : To amend !('I.tll two lt least
I.A\VMAKiU* AT T.U.I.UIssfiK.:" : :. circuit courts.lly \ : For the J'l.lilofol' Robert 1 K. ;Savage of an act entitled 1 an ae for the proh'dill llclutrtcr.-Iffy| long do you suppose the
Mr.[ .Tones-:Senate: bill Xo. 1t"r: : of llradford county. of 1'011:4.: harbors: ht :, and rh'l'II' this entire wok will take ?
The I'roccnllnu I flf the Senate the relief of James: : Turner, of Levy county lly Mr.[ Stringer-Assembly: hill X.,. 1H5 : State, and to repeal Chapter woo of I.iws: of Colonel C.-Xo man 1'11 make any definite -

S.munvY, February .. Florida.lly To enforce a distinctive wrapping and labeling Florida. ('akulatiln. butve shall ""l away\ as
The following bills: were introduced :; Ih.tlIlOI'nat[ : hill Xo. 151) : Toincdrparate of preparations' of morphine.; Assembly: hill Xo. 1 128 For tll'll'oll'dill rapidly\ a* possible.Reporter. .
lly Mr. C\I.'II:1I1-l'lIall'I : \ :: bill Xn. lil: : ; 1'alatka Vr Indian River Railway: Itt' \I Ir. Canova: -Assembly bill, Xo. I ts(<" : of parcnts'and, fllr,1II., or : ; .-What of your coast canal' ?
For the protection of fisheries: and for; othl'rIlllrpm'l''I Company, and to grant certain land to the To incorporate a conipanv and, to facilitate: having the I legal \ of li I OJ Colonel C.-Okccchobce and the const
same.: the const! 1 'tiction of a ra'lroad from (lireen .\ I'lhlhil Xo. 1 Ill : To suppress gambling. canal will go 111.111 band tlll.t' the same

lly :\1 r. ])l'lI-Senate-bill Nu i 1:1,1: : To make fly )[\iel'Ieimiy-Seiatebill: Xo. 155 : To I'ove :Spring: on the St. John river: to the interests.1'e! I lrolt1'pllll two dredger
larcTlnlh'r trust a felony. be entitled an act to amend section: 1 and:J village Melrosf, Alachua' county, tinder on the canal I at thepresent
By Mr. Mallory[ "':Donate hill Xo. KM:: : To of an act entitled, an act regulating the mode the style of The (irecn Cove :Spring A- Melrose [ Ill.I\.t r.if l; (11;1IlnI t ti IH'. Our hoiieis: somedavtohavesteamers
from I the S. John river amid :
authorize Alexander McKinnon, and of:suing out writs of error and, I'I'O"I'l'lI.jll ihiilroad: t'ompany.'. A F1"idi.11! reporter sought I. Cor- start :1
James A. Hcrrin to construct a lock, aril appeal: in the (' q'ealy of the territory fly\ \Ir. McCrary-Assembly: hill Xo. l IS" : yell, of Jacksoiuille: while (01011 at thecapital land ''eivscugt'rsat Punta Rnssa: on thl(! lif.
ll Wl:
and dam on nil across: the Rig: :Sandy: creek of Flora'1 :'n'rroyeml\ February, 1K.12.lly : !. To authorize H l.: Xl'loil.! of Calhoun lasteek, and held and also to open up one of the most: popular
in Holmes: county, Fla. \I". Thouqani-Seuate1ill;; !! Xo. 15tJ : county, toal"l't"a\' Smith and to make: 'terviewitli (him ( I'olowill/!scope tourist routes in the world over (loo' miles in

By Mr.[ )McKaySenate: : hill Xr. l.TT: : For In relation to the powers and\ duties of sher- 1':41il1Iith: ; ; the heir of said Xclon. the drainage \\ork 'ol'I'rinJ: the company length, within our O\I :State: ; and if youwon't
the relicI'of all i persons engaged. in navigating it1'and others i.i incorporated til' and The. ftdlowing bills were passt'dSenate : of \ ( Irol.:4I.1: : by think me ton enthusiastic! I will saythedaytummy
the inland waters of Florida, also: the towns.Hy bill Xo. 107 : 1.11thl' better protection I'hil.\h'\llia L 'llilaI11:4. 1'1'11':41'11..1 they ] 'Ollll' W 11'1 you will see ocean

waters of the Atlantic Ocean and ( iulfof Mr. llryson: Senate bill XII 157: : In of passengers on railroad cars and theemployes have entered\ into ('ontrao with the 10lrlof !\'III'pl over the Ok'htll'e route
time of hlhnr1'11111.1 of railroad I \ companic*. frl the inlf to the Atlantic: and \ ;
:Mexico with nil its: hI1111.1 inlets. relation to illegal employment Trustees of the Internal 'll''l'I '
Assembly: hill Xo. 175 : To I lear, the title \ 1.111 hit that i 101 I matter in the future, 11,1 maypossibly :
bills servants. be l the
The following were passed: : : : .\ will gathered 1'1'0\ ( language .11'
:Senate hill Xo. 2: > : In 'elation to the public Mr.[ Thompson: presented: a petition! from to certain lands, : in St. Johns county, heretofore ( : he is I thoroughly I enthusiastic: follifw a* it i 101 the least: expensiveshipeanul !
the Florida FiuitOrowcrs' sold by the Trustees: of the Internal Improvement 'ololt'll'or'l'l. route (that can be found across our
; committee by his
records of the I several counties: in tips appointed (11 llhJl.'t. 111110.:4111.lal'llt 14j : : success
:Stale.Assembly( ( Association! : at its annual meeting; \ 111I111.:4"1'11I"1 in bringing parties and :State.
bill Xo. 15 : For the relief ofFrederick held in JacksonviIle..lanuarv: ..itll. reiputting : .\: \' bill Xo. 1 170 : To;repeal 11111\1'11\1'- the board of trustees 11ilallllhi which end Hl'ptrllr-Whn are the terms of your

S. Foy tax-collector for Marioncounty. [ that the legislature rescind: a resolution: pr'ln..l1..1rltar; 1, tfiil.cntitledanacttoimprove 1 l he hl for some (till been directing all hisenergies. l'tlI I
session to transfer (the till' navigation of Peace ( Creek and to : Colonel (C.-You will find a copy of the
passed: a previous : : i Colonel Corje'l I U man,
. Fund, from the Trustees drain the :swamp and m.l'I'l1llw"llallll'i! 1 ( thereon 1 1 practical contract, I !suppose: with AttorneyfScnrralRaney
Assemblv bill Xo. lot : For the relief of Agricultural (College : of remarkable and if :
: : energy 11
the (Common :and an act to incorporate the Peace Creek : : or l Hon. l Hugh I .\. I 'orll'\'. t and ll I wish
\ of the .\ ri\'lIltllrllll'olll' to ,
A. L. Randolph and 11'.1. Rt: \vIs.: l' do not miscarry) he 'wil have t"II' a great ; .
School Fund of the State and recommending Immigrant; and Agricultural I :Society: and I !to : this you would\ publish: the main points in connection
Senate bill Xo. 123:! : To amend I section ; service to the State: il contract
four of an act to amend an act to provide that 1he'l'rustees: of the .Agricultural provide for the sale of land covered. by :said : II'rfl''lh/ with I (this. Of) one thing; 1 ,h'lir' (to
to establish acts: or cither of them, and to clear the title speak, and that 1 is the mutual desire on the
for the registration: of clecturmd: the hulling (College Fund lakl'I'\'Pol\ : : an Reporter-Colonel 1 Coryell, the magnitudeof
of elections, approved August: II< 1SS(! experimental farm ami garden as early aspracticable of the Tl'll"11'1'of the Internal Improvement your contract I with the :State: and the interest I'art tt both contracting parties to make ataut
,' "'c
approve February:7,1S7: :!. a* a preliminary' : and necessarystep : Fund to t the :same, etc. : to her citizens, has: caused me to wait ( contract. met
Senate hill Xo. IW!) : lupruyideforlie( assessment lo the organization ol an agriculturalcollege Assembly hill Xo. 15.1; : : To prevent the\ upon \.ol in behalf I of the flui.I./ I to get with hOI'I', fairnes and candor on the
\ :selling a* 'butter of oleomargerine: or any part thl.I..all. nnd hope our before
I\IHIl'nlll'l'Iiolt of taxes the such its to
: upon spuriou'meImiratiollpurpol'titig, I i I lobe butter.Asembly iill'r1ltiol \ol may: Ill.a..1 the board: was of a like The
improvements! on the public land, and ror The following 1oi11:4'l'I'I': pitted : \ give' that the public; may (:011I I I the
the protection nl'of'l'upan''I01'laillaI1l1:<. Senate:: hilt Xn I 111Tn: give i the 'cgal voter\* bill Xo. 110 : To regulate proceeding vast benefit that must accrue to the :State: in sole object that governed both contractingparlies
of the III wa* fairness-at the same time topruteet
befrrejju-tiers: : caves
the of determining pi-ace
of option -
Assembly: bill Xo. ill( : To enable pe"son ( precincts the r'l'\Ilatilll propose.:
whether tin-! sale therein of intoxicating of peace warrants.Assembly : the State I from giving I 1 contract t to
whose: lan'd: were I sold for taxes: assessed: t Colonel l'uryell-I I am free to say, that I
shall be licensed. : 1 bill Xo. (it : For the relief of any irresponsible: party for purposes of spec
prior 10 the year 1877o redeem the same.Assmebly liquors: : will be happy to gi\e you all
bill Xo. t II II!) To ant II II"i im '''III. :Meredith II. Abernathy. ulation.The .
bill Xo. 10S : Requiring: : : a bondtohegivenbyjlaiad Senate\ : in my power. The public has the rightto
'* iaatnchnititssoulout Jackson: to construct a boom on the Suwanee know, and I there no secrets conmierledtvitii
1\'Insssnty.:: : : Febuary. 11'1' following are the main in the
before justices j : of!the 1'eaee.t''Jiraialiou.Btajaiun : river. what we propose: to do, 101' in the manner points!
Harris, county :Senate: bill Xo. I tit : To legalize: the t'IWIt"H'rItIlU'lIt The following bills, were introduced : we expect to ( the work.Ih'loltrr.Wll. contract :
lly tIr. Miller-Assemblv bill Xo. 18SToauthorize : : 'lrrOlt 1. Sixty : from the date: (ifthe
judge 1'1I'nallll'ounty.. of the town of (juiiicy, Fin.Assembly to h.gil, what fall hl\'l' : days 1'111\\.1
{ for
executors and nllIIillitratllr:4lulill : \" contract
: ,
bill Xo. l.'l": summary surveys.
: : '(' '" to the ?
TOI'rot"i.h' y 11'1,11'\,1
ten an interest in theestatesnbich: they represent 2. Six months are allowed from the date
MO.NDVY[ February 7. m proceeding 1 : against Colonel C.-We have Hi and one-hun
:< to purchase a property' of such es- of the tlll begin, work.
follmiwntbills introduced ants. feet fall from Lake which
The B:,' )[1'. Jones;Senate: were bill Xo. l.'W: :: For Assembly: bill Xo. !))7 : To furnish the atturueygeuieral's statc at public sale. ,11'llh i i.* lake lying on the west liplkl'l' ', ::1.tleposit: of$.miss, ) with Messrs.! H.C.
fly \I[r. Il'ynnldv-lssemiibly: hill Xo. lU'l: : 1 ie : .t Son*, hankers'I'allahasstc, : ,
"lIin''i h Court
I \
Supreme wide
and :1
the support and education of the indigentdeaf about 0 nnles: long !( by
To provide<< for thl'a'l1Il'"t\ uifprcon' enrryning 'larl,1 a* a forfeit 101'1:4lrl': I the )performance of the
and I dumb. reports. a mile or 111'1! of saw-grass, 11.1 for
\irSharpe-Senate bill Xo. l.'K:;!) : To :Senate bill Xo. I19 I :!!) : To repeal and dissolve returns: election" to county sites. granted as: on level with Okeechobee, and contract.
of 1 1 rad, lord, Assembly I I, to force
Its :'Ir.'illiiis Thl contractors arc keep
under certain
compel thesevend tts t: -coilerdi'stIthis; :Stateto municipal r\"ir.itinn\ 22 feet and over (from that point, to Fort Myers I
hill Nu. 19I'urthe! I rclicfnf\\. Ilrowii, tiual to 100' constantly employed on
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make proper entries I : and returns.: circumstances: and'1 to provide the mannerin as per survey of Captain Meigs[ UnitedStates ll'l
lly Mr. Xiblack-Senate: bill Xo. tau: To which such cities: may be reincorpor.itcd.FuinvY of (llradford countv.lly engineer. We have over 22 feet fall the work.
: I X. 21)1 To 5. I to the of (
Mr. :Stringer-.tsscimhlybill: : A grant contractors Illy percent
authorize; 1\'. II. and 1). X" ('onl'tol'-Iahlbh: on the( east: side to the headwaters I of the St.Lucia 1
of the I't'utcto Constables of hcrealter
l'I'1 appoint or
Fcb'tiarv 11.
toll the Suwance river. river, thus giving
a luittgo across: tWOI'lillll'loiltHfor
in certain belu
caes.lly : t
Senate bill Xo. ill The following bill were introduced : d rui III{
Mr. : huge.lepurler.Ihnv
By Thompson:
I I Mr.l of iIIlhorolljh-\C:4l'lIIhh'I[ (H. Partial In lands the workprogresses.
llryon : payment a
Mr. Robinson Senate bill Xo. 15!H : do '
To authorize citizens of tins State to u.li'rtheir lly ( much ) propose to
\ for recording certificates given by hill, Nu. P.H! ) : To 11II1'1It1C.ti:; ham :2! of Chapte'rl)77ofl.aw (1 : : .
own property at public sale. lower the lake '
bills the comptroller or commissioner: of hits: !) oflS74.lly Colonel ('.-Wo must: lower the lake not
The following were passed: :
bill Xo. ) To Ecru I b.'rN.
Mr. 1'ildcv-Assernhly 18!
for the, and immigration when lands are redeemed. : less than 10 feet lo .
Assembly! : bill Xo. 55 : To provide prevent any o\'l'rlo\ .
for the
nlluIIlnn act to provide incorporation ----- -- --- -- -- -- --
surrender of municipal franchises by cities lly Mr. Hatcher Senate I bill Xo. KM : For from Okccchoohcc. to the 1''r III\-I.:
and towns.Assemblv. the relief of Henry[ Jcrnigan: of Waltoncounty. uniform of cit system tl14111\11 i of t municipal twns a',d government to establish iii u region has its principal\, ,supply from that: 11. J. BAKER & JMW).

hill Xo. 51 : To incorporate the Fla. source ; that ( we have theKverglades
bill Xo. WI this State: approved Febuary I, 1 I'I''iI;.
Mr. Senate :
Orange Ridge\ UeLalldtluntie Railroad( Ilv Thompson: : : only supplied by springs tml'x.
Company.Senate For'the \'l'lil'f'uf W. I1. !Palmer. Hills: passed : I ist in various places through it. 'll' :

hill Xo. l.Ti( : To authorize Alexander The following bill. bills were passed: : : Pine Assembly: (irovu bill'amp' Xo. 111 Ground: To) incorporate in :Suwmnmitt'county. : the glade* 1 is tra\r:41': by 111111'r"ll'1.. 215 PF.ARL( HTlnI'T: XF.W[: YORK,
Xo. (it For the relief of .
McKinnon and James A. llerriu to Assembly: : "li1,1 water-courses, hit '
construct a lock, mill and dam on and across h'rl'Ililhhl'rlllth\'. \ fa'ol Okccchohcc(', we will reclaim
hill Xo. l.iH! To for the I
Aemby : provide
Assembly: bill Xo lit : To I incorporate.thePinotirove'Camp ) { I vast body excellent lands. islands mil'cans
the Fla. :Dig :Sandy creek, in Holmes county, liround in Suwanee coun execution ;of writs o; w ... ,.. m i.il casesin I I sidcrahlec.xlcnt; ( cmivercdtvilhadensegrwtii: : Manufacturers of
other '"lIlIlit'ltlllll theone which Ih'rWl'rl'
Assembly: bill Xo. 8(Ij I : To provide for the ty. issued.Senate( I. : live-oak and other trees, tIWJI'I"Il'rlllril:< !
: in other --- I and :sand I *.
se.-vicu subpu'nas I in chancery
bill Xo. 70. tI'o incorporate the hil.
counties: ; : than the one in which the action is 1'i'ocecillnu" nf. ti.C.tsscniillgi./ Lakceopge( Cemetery Association.Mr. I H'pol'\'r.-How do you get your him farua -CII'1: : 1'\' 1''I.li'1'ILl1':111.sI : -

brought. .. .. ... ,, of the
[ lligliam introduced I, under n t! ;> .,,- tion u o Kvcrgladcs
'Tt'RIII''hrllan" .1. Sinn ot (the rules: Assembly: bill \11.,1. 10 m' ( 'nl"ll r.-I"rllll'lrill reliable sources., :
1':11.\: February 1 8.: The following bills were introduced i authorize the construction: of u boom or I the of which Is fllIIll\
The following; bills were introducedBy : fly Mr.[ McMillan-Assembly hill Xo. 171 : booms on the ('. I privates of the 1st:< +l 111': rtll'rI \I
Mr. llryson-:Senate bill Xo. 112: : To For'tlll' rl'lilof'ol'thl' town of ijuinev. :11alll' I with whom I had the' honor to, nerve during
rniend M'eaon; one of an act extending the Ilv \[r. 1I"W-.b"l'IlIhl\ Xo. 1 172! : For '1'rmritvuttFubritry 10. the war. They were engaged in the 11.liul -------.
time in which appeals can IJe tak'nl\l\Illwl. tile Lt.ttt'r protection of public land of the '1'11 following bills were introduced : war and traversed that whole rltl many: .1.on.\ ca-f

feclcd to the :Supreme Court, approved Feb State:; of Florida and to better secure the Icy[ \I Ir. )1.\ bill Xo. 1)5: time t ; aNo from exploring parties .11'1 I -- --- Tiur -- -- ,
ruary27, 1X77.lly speed construction: of public works.lly To authorize lili.ll11"1) establish 1W11. 1
M 1'. McKay-:Senate bill Xo. lii: : T.Irepe'al Mr[ llCklll--\SHlllhl[ bill Xo. 17T.To :;: ferry across: the Apalachicola river. I Reporter.-Whatistbe l main point yltmitt. 1 "'

tin act entitled an act relating: testimony punish: certain dctdcationsiii money and lly \I[1'. :Sj.i-ir: -Assembly: bill Xo. 1M5! ;: For aiming at, and what wi be, your first object ; 11\11Rr t_
in criminal cases: approved March[ 1, property.HyMr.. the- live Mock. ?
187!). Moore-Assembly: bill X... J74 : To Irll'dlllol( -Assembly bill Xo. Wi 1!> : Colonel C.-The lowering of tl waters uf
The following bills: were passed: : amend an act to rl'lll'allill act to pw\'i.h'ftlr For'the Henry .Stewart:: : of I Hamilton (Lake (Okeechobee, by such cuts canals! .. )
Senate billu.. lot' : For the incorporation the redemption of land: sold for !taxes: approved county.lly fl'lil'ol'. will vent waters ccpial: t to' greater than the .\ Most: :Superior Article, under our own

of the iraml Lodge of the Independent Order March 7, ISji, 111111 to dispose: land: )1 r. C1arr-\:4'IIIII.: Xo. 1 199! !) : To I inflow froiuIheh'issimintieriversalIcy'wImlchi ) : I II. Formula. j
of Jood Templars of Florida. !sold for taxes: and l bought by the :State, orally provide "il jurors and witnesses i is the 1"lrC.1' ni tl evil lly I rwerbuglatktu Special
Assembly hillo.. 117 : ToauthorizeThos. county.lly : in justices Illlt Okeechobee 11 m) we give the watersof
J'::. Dekle to erl'l'tI imill-dant across Five- I Mr.[ Cooper: -Assembly bill Xo. 1 175 : lly Mr.[ Colcman' -Assembly: bill Xo. 19!!)$ : the Ki.*"immc mile creek, in Bradford county. To clear till title of certain lamb in St. Johns To authorize I the governor to appoint chaplain ali its alluvial 1,0141. suppose, will be
Senate bill Xo. 101 : To IIl1il'n.llln act in county heretofore sold by the Trustee! of for the convict camp.lly 1 cut out, and ho [ow'r tl bet' ) of Ih 1'1'1\1

relation lo the' i*>: ue and service: of criminal tin Internal Improvement I Fund. \l[1'. McCrary-Assembly: : bill Xo. 2' process in certain eases without payment The following bills were parsed! : To the manner in which "ullh' its natural alk may |Misihly be com
of fees. Assembly bill Xo. !97 : To furnish the Attorneyticneral's tlm prescribe, be sued.Uy assist theactioii liy cutting tlrulIJ1 aPrepared

(.i.tfirmmaiuut-11'. A. (('one, to be she-rill'; otl\: wilhlIprl'lIIe:: Court; Mr.[ \\'itlianis-.lsscluhly: hi Xo. 201 : lendsiII, the river, thereby not only' 1rl'l. Felt KVKIIY: : FAUM luau',
John "'. Dickens: to be clerk circuit court ; Repoits.Assembly: For the adoption of a child 1\nrtil[ L. mug the ,lltll'I'I'lIt give I further 11'I'\'I"I 1
J. II. Jordan, to be collector of revenue V<>- bill Xo. 117 : ToauthorizeThos.W. I Douglass and bis wife. current tl i. accomplNhcd l. we reclaim
liisia count ; "'III. J. Johnson, to be slier- U\'Jle'to erect a mill-dam\ across: Five- fly )Ir. Whidden-Assembly bill Xo. 202: : all prairie on either side and scientific
itl'; R. R. Shepard, to be clerk circuit court, mile (creek in Hradford ('/lUll"'. 1"01 restoration: of the rights of citizenship stop the ul'rllow.Hl'porh'r.Jow. on principles to supply
:Santa: Rosa county. Senate bill Xo. IX,( : To amend: section 7 of tl.lugnvtineVuldruii.. ( much territory wi Ibis (he exact plant food for each crop, so as

all net entitled an act to amend sections 2, Icy \t.. \[ bill Xo. eel: : (1\'I'II'IIIJ lhl Ki.-llIIll'O: reclaim
"'Jm & ".\\, February 2. 29, :i.ipt, : 5Io1l1nllli.'i< of an act relating to proceedings To tlllhnrlw ar''II"-\'II.ly: of Milton, to Cul"ld'lllt is difllcult question to to produce large yllll' per Il'f'
The following bill were introduced l : before justices of the and
peaco take charge of and (control his own estate. answer. I give you general answer.
lly )ifr.\S'alker-Scuatcbill: Xo. 141 : To judgments justices' courts approved,- Uy Mr. Fildes -Assembly bill Xo. sit : Fo On the lion wil, H.'tly11.1. 1 Davenport creeks
legalize the town government of the town :27, 1H75, being Chapter 299.\! Laws of Al>0 Ixl'liMI.1III'h1't11.11.
ruarv the rl'lil'f"f Xed l I"tII'\o( Alacbna ('oUllh'. are affected tolhrir leads, which are III the I't\.UI
of Quint- Fla. I'loridaSenate The following 'asseel: : vicinity ( or on a line Township .
lly )frWallal'ek'lIa'u bill Xo. 145 : To hill Xo. 72: To amend the fourth .\":(' Xo. 112\'re: For the relief of :'J! oIOrlllll'A.; the west to will (
11,1"il 1'1'1U.'C'f''k
make railroad c+companies} liable for persons !section of an act entitled an act concerning I the IljN Johl Irl\lr.1. (south of Fort Meude 41 ) ; on the east to the St. ( : ; CIIKMICAI.SSl'LPHATi :

killed while in their employment.lly the otlice of l'll'rkllfthc Jupr'IIII'Omrt mifthis :Inllil Xo. / : relief II' Caro- Johns river, and ot conrsu the whole of the
Mr. l'owl'rsI'lIate bill Xo. 110( : To State, approved' [ February X. lxil.; JII" 'Suwanee cnunty.Striate territory south to the Keys on
s encourage; the construction of canals: improve :Senate: bill I Xo 72 : To incor|>orate the bill Xo. l.'JtJ : To authorize Alexander southern end of the State, tll'l'xlf'll' ': .\M MON I.\

the. navigation: of creeks, facilitate Lake(ieorgc Frait-lirowcrs'and: Library .\!'!- I McKinnon[ and Jane: .\. 1ferrinu the Kvcrgludcs.Rcj: wlldl illlutl

transportation, promote immigration and soc atiulI. construct a lock, mill and dam on and I across >ortcr.-You then look 111'| '" the KUoimmceas ACID) PHOSPHATKS,
tae reclamation, settlement and cultivationof ,I Ilig Sandy creek, in H"lm'county. the hoiirco of all the ?
State land )11I w"Y, February ,\'III\bill Xo. : ., authorize: the Colonel C.-I eertainlydu. I\Nlow' 'f
lly '[r. LykesSemite:: bill Xo. 147 : To The following bills! were introduced : ofcommisiuiiersof State institution* lakes at its source ali the 'fll'contiguous I I I'WI )WJxn: 0' l'I't,

intend sections ;5 and ;!I) of an act to provide L'yIr.. 1'llIlIIlIIcr-\oos'IIIt.l'I'1I! Xo. 17(i: to purchase I small tract of land adjacent to lakes on the west that connect many with itduring

for and encourage a liberal system of internal An act to repeal, Paragraph 12, Section 11, the asylum. the rainy season make I the KUximmce the I: J';: OF :SODA; ) ,
improvements m this:: :::State approved Chapter 3ofW:; the Laws:: of Florida. Assembly bill Xo. 1.V1 : To prevent theBelling ,drainage of that whole valley ; hence! the ne- 1'11'

January 0;, A. 1). 18.?). lly Mr. lelil\al1-\sCTIIIly\ bill Xo. 177 : us I/Ul'r, of ob-oiiiaivurine or any ( fur reducing its bed I, and if that can
B)' Mr. Walker Senate bill :\o.ll$: For Fortlte relief of M. C. Linier and other, of ppurioiH to be but 'l'.iy you JUI'I under (control the end XITRATK: SODA,

the relief of .\. D. McDonald. iadsdcn county ter. Ir'paruti'J lurlJrtlllg nought. Cive the water-shtsl of the Kiisimmeu -
fly Mr. llryson-:Senate; bill Xo. 14'J! : To lly Mr. Xuttiel-.\!>I'lIIbh'IilI Xo. 179 : To .sembly bill Xo. 17i; : To .'"111,1 certain river a SlTKRPHOSPHATi: ': !
authorize:; William T. JII'I.on l to construct a prov'de for the eu'clltioll'Ut' pros defalcations in money you never Jf'all'roltcl\illu1111 I I.nn i
IJllrvllrtr. : 11 "nrl"w. 'flat
boom on the Suwanee ri'tr.'fhl' less: without endorsement. the Mtlutionof the .

following bills were passed: fly Mr. Ilryaii of Orange Assembly bill FKIIMY, February 11. Re| cr.-When' will yon begin ojxrutlollH jlJl'I.\I'! : MAOXnsiA,
Senate bill Xo. 105 : To regulate the sale Xo. 17'J : For the relief of the St. Johns A 'ff following bills were I intrtxlnced I : ? .

and it-- of di.stillcd spirituous liquors. Lake Hastis Railroad 'oJUI'my. 1) Mr. llryan of Orange Aiwembly bill (?mil. C.-At once, by the field
Senate hull X>. /10 : To authorize W. 11. Icy Mr. llryan of Orall Aa-embly bill :'I': To authorize State-attorneys to rival engineer- to level I.utill/ from St. Ntrlrlljliirt* (:rouu
and D. X. Cone M i-t.il.Mi! u toll-bridge Xo. 18iJ( : To amend an net to iiicorxr.ite| theSt. ("JIIIIIII. ('.rtail claims. Lncle to OkewhoUf... which I have not tak1

across the Smvance river.Senjite Johns lake Kuitis Railroad Company.lly ly : -Assembly bill Xo. 2< ; : at the (Irate looking( up must Im r
; bill Xo. :31 : To ineor|>orate the Mr. Coimiit--Avwnbly bill Xo. 1S1 : }-' the publication ,.f notice of application) "lle machinery)', applicable tll the work, Our circular( give full particulars, aunt are

Live Oak A: Rowland'* Bluff Railroad. Com For the relief of Albert Fries, of Duvul to Hell real (estate by executor ami administrators proved the same to Luke Tohukalira| and mailed fn'(' to all applicants.\ They contain t

pany. county. where parties are nun-reaidcutsaf theState there building suitable vc thi, in which to information that will be of service to thosebuyingorusiugl'ertillxer's.
Sub itute for Assembly bill Xo. 7 : To The following bills were passed" : : or their residence I li unknown. { :hbmery and float dow'nlhe [ 3.1 I
amend an act to grunt certain lands to the Assembly bill Xo. !0< : Relating to action Uy Mr. Howrcl Assembly hill Xo. jjn? : Kis'damsueti the Okeechobee ; i

Turn pa, Peace Creek &: St. Johns River Railroad ut law and( to authorize JUJrril'll'IIII l /J to To regulate ul,1 restrict the rate of interest. work from that lake to cOlleltllJ| UOI'MD A CO.'H

_ ... Coii |>any, approved March 4, 187!), thet execute !lands awl undertakings in Hiich ac Ity Mr. Stringer Assembly bill Xo. y 11 : thence to FortThoiiiMon| 41 Ilkl"k .* ,'u.hatebce .

-.. same Florida.Sunatf being. Chapter 31I5S, of the tars of tions.Assembly:: bill Xo. 152 To make certain Providing for the drawing; of jurors und lore river. tl .......................... ........... .
: cribinj t! thf <+iuuliiication of grand Jurors. Ile'urter.-IIow long this take 0I
hill XII 125: : To change; the seat regulations of practice and pleading. in actions Uy Mr., \lkll.l.clul.IiH XI 2'IJ' : Colonel C.-Xo wi than men and I .'I.al'rIIIZ.a. -, i 1 ;"

of government of this State. of ejectment.Senate For the f'lit'f IfhIUII JOT' )fari.J can do the work, attergttting Jlachlu. ; : s
(bifrrnru n.-F. J. Kgltert: a.se,$>or of trill Xo. 2In: relation to the punishment (['onntv.Uy cry Jeau"(rum the N'orth. I ................. .. '.....
taxes (Franklin countv.THVBDV. of crimes and misdemeanor Mr. (Vjoper-Assembly bill No 210:To Reporter.-IImv deep und widen outdo :" .
Assembly bill Xo. 107 : To provide "summary {-on firm the organization Jacksonville.. you promise Uakino to start with ? W TUB UKSTflMIIXCi
February 10. pn cex-dingi again delin>mtnt ten rt.I"l-t I( .t Halitjx River JUiilnwil Colonel C. 4O tu V) feet wide and

The Pillowing bill,* were introduced : ants. .. ,| )', und In grunt certain ferry .privilegix front 4 to 0 feet deep, tueta How ; then we fur KALL JARDEXK-lt lnIJL ,'
icy Mr. rone-Senate bill Xo. 15": Topro- ( tn aid t+rlilimalmy.ley tent what the wash will be, if any ut well ax not only |>erfti-t plant food, but will
Hi'ile immigration to the Statenf Florida.Uy 'fn.llll U'. February it )Ir. )I-irath-\.mhlv bill Xo. 211 : time flow, and our work accordingly.reporter. keep all hll''h 1 at respectful distance.For
Mr. Xiblack Senate bill Xo. 151 : Authorizing The following) ; bill were introduced : For the better |lrult.1 of ;'bvitlani. 11,1 .-!"U\r') you expect the water flow ale in any I quantity, large or small
and r&iuiring the comptroller to- By Mr.'a.+on-.tr.wmbly bill X'". H2 : To 10[ enable them .I\'I their' fw. to aid you in work of widening and and delivered t'U1In:
audit and tluw! the account of John ('. Henry. pn.' a**
tleiisincil.l l.ite>herit'iif! 'llumLih..uuty.in I a State printer.lly j Senate bill X, : For the relief of A. Colonel 0.-It U natural toex|>ect. with u dOUIJJ U)..
settlement of account on the comptroller' ')l r. Tip -Ateombly bill Xu. 83: Re Mtaeley theritT of oft mud bottom amid .'
1.1 t'IUU) caving in of Ulca, 1 Cl 3m I W. Hay) St., Jacksonville, 14'I'IIImp


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et I ; THE FLORIDA MIRROR J Dr. Carver I is the great pigeon shooter of Dr. Myers r ; the Episcopalians: Rev Mr.Thackara son, Jag Philp- -, Colonel Duffy, ]'. R. Hurr XO'I'U'I:.

the world, but we dotibt if he ('ouh11tng anymore ; the Methodists, Rev. :Mr.( Atkins, Senator ( ameron, Dr.) ,rol(c, V. ,T, Stoddard, Parties: who have been l granted:.I the and) privilege other

I w J .Uo A I'E..tU; $1.00 POll SIX ,MONTHS. partridges than some of our Florida, and the Catholics, Hc,'. John O'lioyle ; all John Campbell' Miss llromon, Mrs. Henry, I of hunting and killing, as: well snail I as ill other

sportsmen earnest t, devout Christians, who spend their \Ir. hinds and sonIr.. Dronson, Mr.( liarnctt game on arc my desired t premises' to discontinue the pale

; Local Reflections. The steamer St. John did not touch at this days in doing good The Baptist congregation Mr.I Allen. time persons I U'l ,I don't wish I hl'll1 kitlell out too

port going south on Sunday last, but we have no pastor. ---.- ('If..I ', JAMES, T O'NEILL.___ ___
Our merchants say business continues very ---- --- -- J'crsonnl.> -- -
learn from Purser Brown that she had) one :
'I good. The Jcctnon of the Untied Sterll'1ISU1rl'rne For Tampa nnd tivy West,
hundred and sixty passengers.The General Lori'ng \\11'11\ guest t of the Egmont
Snipe shooting appears to be the favorite Court
steamer: Florida arrived on Sunday:
As! a matter of interest
1.1 sport. public : we publishin 1
i The Northern1al1 have been very irrcgTilnr afternoon, from Savannah: with n good passenger full the decision of the United States! Supreme Colonel V. J. Shipman, of Lawtey, was in 1 rilAMl'A Strnmslilp <'0*S 1,1X12,

lately. list. She sailed on Monday for Savannah Court in regard to the )Florida( railroad our city on Wednesday.Hon. .

,14 f 1 Venison is more plentiful than at any time with quite a good freight suits. ] John Lynch arrived by the !steamerJf.Jl. 4-.

1 this season The trains out of Fernandina arc literally I'htntnn :Saturday:
A 1'leannnt Aff'atr,
i i Some very large trout have been in market packed with passengers. There is no doubt; A reception was given \Ir. and Mrs. Julius Captain E.: :Spiccr: Jr., of the firm of

I this week hut the Cumberland and the Sea ]Island Messrs.1 : C. H. Mallory & Co., New York, left
Stark of Cedar
I Key, nt the residence of Mr.
and Routes arc the favorites this season. on Saturday for New Orleans.Dr. .
r Some people look like vinegar talk and Mrs G. Stark, on Thursday evening

like rosebuds Entomologists: d wards and N eumoegell, of last. 'l'heoccayiontvasitvery enjoyable one Wolfe, of Cincinnati, owner of the CARRYING THE 'T. S. MAIL.

: Early vegetables ore now being shipped to New York, have a man, at present in Florida about twenty t couples' participating.Severely Windsor: Hotel Jacksonville: took passageon !

Northern markets. in pursuit of new species of butterflies, 0- __ __. ___ City of Austin for Nassau.! Steamers
of the staunch and elegant
The trees and shrubbery are putting on moths and beetles, for their collections. Cut. Hoht.\ Parsons! ,agent of Mallory's!!1 Nassau ONE the above Line will leave Cedar Keyevery

their wonted foliage. The "special' train which conveyed the ofll- On Saturday night about !9 o'dotkIr.: De nnd Brazil lines of steamers was a guest of Monday at 4H.:( [p, m., for

I dials of the Transit Railroad over the road, Burn, who was! lately in the employ' of Mr.Linville. the Egmont: ]JlJ during the past week
i t Captain Spicer and his friends visited! 011 nn inspecting tour, made good) time returning on the dock, was: found with a fcrriblc Tampa, 'InlluCt't',
Mr. Clark the manufacturer ofClark's
; \ Dnngeness on Saturday from Cedar Key to Fernnndina. gash on his neck, which he says was great And llraldenlown,

M I The county commissioners' will meet next done by parties unknown to him. At firstit cotton thread, passed: through our
: The steam-tug S. Winjtenny, from Savannah city Wednesday last for the :St. Johns and Monday: and Thursday'] at 4:00:
i Wednesday week, March 2d. was thought that the wound would prove' every
i arrived on Wednesday, having in tow river.Mr.. 1'. m. for
fatal, but he is now doing well and in fairway
f The excursion to Orange Lake on Thursday n
the loaded with material for the
barge Mary, to recover T. \'. Roynton, of the firm of JohnDoynton'sSon INmla Itassa" and KeyConnections "'t'Nt. \
; last!: was a grand success. Waycross bridge, on the St. Marys river. .
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*, New York, spending
': t The Rifle Club of the Nassau Light Artillery A very large steer! by the steamer Florida, laa 11111(18 U,.(t HH. winter in our city t combining pleasure withbusiness. with the

,a,:, ,, meets next Tuesday night. yesterday/ in being taken from the boat to The cultivation of pampas' grass, which Florida, Transit: made Railroad at Cedar from Key and to !nil I r

:. 1 The ]lovely moonlight nights arc enjoyed the slaughter pen, became unruly, and cro- grows so luxuriantly in Florida, now so \1r.1 E.: Wilson, president of the Cincinnati 1'0illts'North and West: ; at 1"l1tJussa: : with

r. t very much by our many visitors. ated considerable excitement on our streets much used for decorative purposes( has become :Southern: Railway: I passed through:!; our :Steamer for Fort Myers 1 Fort Ogden, and s.
quite n profitable industry in South 1'ini' Level.
( The Cedar Key oysters for the past week, Mr. Perkins of New York, ex:-consul of the Carolina. One city out'Tucsdayen route for Cincinnati( via Through Tickets anon sale at Ionian-!
I have been very large and delicious. United State to the West Indies, with his grower threequarters Cumberland Route diva, Jacksonville. (Gainesville, and Cedar i
; family, who have been guests of the Egrnont of an acre, and the pampas! grass: at two Key, at greatly reduced t rates, for nil principal I:
Mr. Blnisdell who is the sub-contractor for ( Isaac ( well aunt favorably
and half cents head him Captain Crowell so / the
i a per yielded $ 11.10.() points on cult Coast.
improving our harbor, is in the city. for several] days, left on the ('itlof Austin Another grower sold all he could raise at known both in :Savannah: and this place, JI J I. GALPIIIX. (,,('II'I 1 .\!t.t,

1 Quite a number of visitors went to Dun- for Nassau. seven and a half cents per head has been !spending some! time in our city. 13 Ced.ir Key, Fla.

Wonder if ice dealers will acknowledgenext He left on Wednesday on the City f .11I.:till
1 i gene!! on the steamer Plant yesterday.The - J. X. 1C01SSOX V SOX,
summer that the crop( did not fail Mr. 11eRttrtphouse Kgmont Hotel was crowded with
has commenced to in his Tho Westinghoiiso Air-Brake R.French I': .
: Bauknight get supply [ Company' George yml? nfWillllingtoll\
the of the week.Everything ,
t guests! during early part lie is now unloading ncnrgont Broomc having: sold to the Tran lt Railroad number ('., was guest: of the E-imout; H/ltl'lllurillg -- I i Commission" MorcliantM' J I -

: was life and animation on our street wharf. of their automatic brakes, sent )Ir. Welch the past week Fifty years ago: M I r. French *" -

I docks and at our depots ]last Wednesday.The ) Mr. Bunckley, who keeps: the hotel at from their works, to attach the apparatus to passed: : through this place, when Old Town C1IARLESTOX: :::; :S.: ('.,

palmetto trees in the Egmont Park High Point, Cumberland Island, anticipates the engines: and earsir. Welch being an had but a few houses, and the Spanish\ flan

are the admiration of the guests of the hotel. good this Numbers expert in this: line, has already completed timework was! wafted to the breeze over the old fort C(ONl'iNINI) 1 thl'IUlh'tridl: )' to! their i ,
!: /season summer. line of busincf.s. respectfully solicit con
i There have been an unusually! large number of families in Georgia have already made application on their engines, their baggage and lie I notes many changes and i is gratified, to sigh i uiiumts.

t strangers in our city during the past for rooms.A mail cars! :and four passenger coaches, and' see HO many improvements. Mr. French .
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week will finish the others next week docs not forget his North <.'lIrolllllfri '"tlll,
1 t fine (Gordon setter, brought out hy the 1'IIt'1'IhiZllt1.:
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and made the to Fernandina to Col.
trip see
Messrs. Leech and Gbodsell: on their little ".JIl, tin", this week, was: the attraction on la/tillp i'/imi" .- \
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i Taylor, who wnsaelerk in hi.tore in North ---- ----- I
t round on Tuesday! bagged thirty-six part the docks on Wednesday. Those who are The social concert given by Philip Philips
Carolina, many years ago, and, also to visit This business' lids! heen onr !special trade
I rides. good judges! pronounced: dog the very \ and his son on Saturday evening last at ye local and his family for whom he has a for" over h'l'III1'111'1<, 111I1'I' have endeavored .

: 1 r Heavy freights: from the West are being best of his kind. the \1. E. Church South, was' well attended. strong attachment. to furiiMi l; n'tir; )planting l friends a PURE: :

i brought through Cedar Key for all points in The !sale of the Atlantic, Gulf & West There was not a l piece sung that was not in ARTICLE.: ( : and their (imtinneil patronage\ : i 11
our hest imlursetnent.Ve are prepared to
: Florida India Transit Railroad to Hon. E. :-l. Dick- its! quality u gem. The father luul son are Jltl"'II.t.XI'I'htaOIi :
l (fill orders! : for all kinds of fertilizers together
.t In Minnesota there i is! considerable interest erson, of New York, and t'. I). Willard\ both good musicians. and fine :-ingl'I'1-the : Tuesday: February with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and
manifested in organizing colonies to emigrate Esq., of Washington, 1). C., has!: been confirmed : latter's voice being very :smooth and round l.r>, at the parsonage of the Catholic church, Compound Aeid Phosphate.J. .
Piol iaa. by Judge, Settle with much melody, while the 1 form':r :still\ by the Rev: Father O'Doyle' A, R. Manuey( X. lOh: ) :SON; & :SOX- ,
to I W I Charleston.! S. C.
retains all the good qualities: so essential: : of :St.- Augustine:; Fla., and Miss Annie J abello ,
best tor In a few weeks the Fernandina & Jacksonville
Tuesday was not the very day -- -- -
to make effective the rendering of patheticmusic. ) Gage; of Charleston, :S. C.
'? hunting, yet quite a number of our sportsmen \ Railroad will be completed, and thenit !! G. I.'. .IVKKY: ,
I, out. will take less than 'one hour's time to go .
(! were ---- -- The Weather.
The steamer Florida arrived yesterday with from ono city to the other, which will be IZrcursltm to <)rtiitjc Lake. LOCAL OlfrEUVATIONS.

appreciated by tho traveling public The excursion Lake could not
fully to Orange
a guod 11:18engcl'lIst, and the largest: freightof Fr.KX\xi'ix\: : ..\., February) 11, 1SS1.\
+ t the season.Mr. Dorsey's garden, near the railroad otlice, i is have had a more beautiful and Propitiuuyday..rucksunvilio ----1 llS-; T IVERY: AND BOARDIXG: ) (j :STABLES.;
has nice celery awl Gainesville furnished j
looking fresh and lie
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1 York., ]have A. Southworth been spending and the family winter, of at Now tho working, ]lettuce man and in cabbages town and: He deserving is:: the hardest of success it the was largest u pleasant: number: piciiic of the meeting excursionists: of, fiiunds, and '-:.,.' I I.=;.. I ...'..1-----I M-=-1--------111 CARRIAGES To: : and 1'1'011Itl'lIlIIl'rs: AND:;) WAGOXS( and I Trains.CONTRACTS ..

Egmont: lintel] __. I. ( FOR HAULING ETC
our people, no doubt, will patronize from all points on the railroad Ii lie. Pour u ,
12 :5s 71 m 'mill Clear.Sunduv .
William II.-Jones, aged seventeen years, Saturday FOR SALE:
i well-filled reached the lako about two
cars ,
him. : 1:1: (HI s0 hi I .31 I <(<'fear.Mumidaiy .
son Senator Jones, died Washington The building being put by the railroad cluck, and spent about two hours in the It n:! CI 1 a:1: 41 (,Icar.TIII'Ila HORSES: :::, BUGGIES: : HARNESS.: t
on the 13th instant. up equally delightful occupations of looking : \' 1.;, 5:: Ii'r2: IiU ;1-1 Cloudy.1Vcdnsday CARTS: AXD WAGONS.CfTERMS .
If. company, near their office, will soon be fin 14it) (i U lill Cili Fair.i
four churches for our oolorcdpeople around and thcnmply-pruvidcd : : : ;
surrounding :
There are ished. It will bo occupied by Mr. !South-: Thursday: Ii illi 72 4j (m ('I'ar. ;; CASII.tixterOffice

{!\' -two Hapti.it, one Methodist,and one I wick, agent of Mallory's steamers, and Captain lunch, IJI keti.: The golden fruit had been 1'riduy: : IS GI 72 .12.-71 Fair.:_ ; and Stable: First. Street, near
N\t African Methodist. mostly I gathered and the blossoms had not yet :: : Broom Street I Wharf. 49-tf
W. O. Jefrre 's. Jr., agent of the railroad .
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is ready to supply our made their appearance, so that the groves) -----
}. S. J. Temple getting : company. I JI.I It ISL. Till: I'LOKIDA
with crates by tho hundred did not present: the beautiful appearance
vegetable growers to the beach is in line condition
The road ,
time. they would have done u few weeks since:' I'ort of I'crHiindlntt o 1> AXI) ( :
) and with such teams and turnouts! asIr.! L.\
with tho lustre of tho
when resplendent 1IK.II WATKK.:
'I There were over two hundred excursionists Courier is prepared to furnish, a ride to the golden fruit, but their dark green foliage, Saturday, Feb. lit......11:17: A. M.ll:4t: p. !M. ::

If to the orange groves: on the Peninsular! beach is! certainly one of the most delightful immense extent and prospective: wealth of Sundav, :.*>,..,... ....... OU.'i": (JOO.OOO'r's
\ Ilatlrpml on Thursday. trips u tourist can make while in the Land Moihlav, 21...... (1:41": IU7"Tut''llw :
production could not but interest and well 22: ...... 1:11" 2J2" Of time must
I I The Webster cotton warehouse nt Columbus of Flowers." time will ..... 2:51" .1:22 "
I repay tho visit. In a I short they Wednesday, :!XI: : ; : :
Oa., was destroyed hy fire on Wednesday The south bound train on the Transit bo white and glorious with the beautiful Thursday, 24...... 3:5:; "::31" ACCESSIBLE: AND DESIRABLELVMW :
!.j... 5.05' 3,31'1"
Loss, over $70,000. Railroad on Thursday, when one mile from covering of orange blossoms scenting the Friday, : on : IX THE

I t The steamer Caroiulelet, from Nassau! arrived "'altlo, struck "'11\. Johnson, colored, one air,with fragrance. KNTEKFP.Feb. STATE: OF[ FLORIDA,

t on Sunday evening, and !sailed for of Mr. Jolly's /section gang, who was so severely : Leaving the lake nt four, the train returned 12: -:Sch.: Emma: F. Hart[ Davis, Rock- At only $1.2. per acre to new settlers, with

1 New York on Monday. hurt that he died from his injuries:: on the excursionists! in good season to their respective I port, Me.Feb. the privilege of selection: III of
11-Sch. A. it g, Hooper, Hooper, parcels 40
this yesterday morning. i dust III1t1uIIS.
I lemons are scarce-none in town Charleston.: acres or more. These lands are located on
week.'hat is the cause? They seem to \Ve reiterate the fact t that there is a widespread -- -- -- --- Feb. H5-S. I' St. Johns, Vogel, Charleston. and adjacent to the line of the ":

be plentiful elsewhere. and increasing demand for information The City of Aunt In.Tho .

Wo are under obligations! to Mr. "'. J pertaining to the Southern States, and steamship t.'ifyof .((MtI, Captain Stevens Feb. 10-$. S. Citv. of Austin, :--te'ensew ATLANTIC, GULF' ..1NiV1T) : INDIA .

Young, of the Mallory steamship mice at we predict that an immense tide of emigration of the Nassau Line, arrived this port York.Felt 14-:S.: S. Curomlclct, Dot-k I Nassau.O.KUJKD. TRANSIT CO.'S I':. R.: ,
will set in in that direction in the near Wednesday morning from New York,
courtesies. :
this place, for many for all in Flor extending from FERNANDINA:r on the Atlantic
with a largo freight points
future. -Clitreniont (J/mn.,) Co'u8n1I//itlllt.. Feb. 1J( -S. S. City ofAustinSteveus, New
Home very largo wild hnke'I4.which were ida. The following I is time list consignees: :: : to CEDAR KI'\II11; the (Gulf coast,
: for the West Indies and Windward York.Feb.
killed in tho (molt Hammock have been Freights A. G. it W. I. T. !t. R., '1'. A, .\co ta. W. J. 11-:S. :S, C 'a(oll.ll'let, Deck. New thus affording to the producer dwapl'on-
brought to our market this! week. Islands arc &::t.ttlng"I'r)' scarce at our Denedict R. D. Itoitel, N* Urownson, Mrs. York. start and rapid' transmutation u> the L tJmukt.ts.
8outher.n Wo have a vessel in port :S. P. :St.: Johns Charleston
ports. Feb II- Vogel,
Captain} H. M. Burroughs, of tho Transit: Clarke, S. Curero, O. (G.I Darling, J. W. FiU- '
which i is unable to ,
uch freights
.t Railroad, has been called to Tallahassee on seeking south of gerild, \I fiI. Derickson, H. E.: Dottcrer, Fbi. Feb. 14-Soli. Ridgewo!, Hands Phila The belt of country traversed \by the Transit 1

account of sickness lu his: family. either charter or purchase a cargo Mirror, Fla. T.' I. (',u., J. (Glas.ser: ('. ,. Haley, delphia.. R. lt. embraces.:: f fl"JHY
Wilmington, N. C. Feb. 17-Drig/ Ddemi) C'.. ).U-U.! Cardenas.
C. H. Huot J.
)Ir, Ellenmum continues to work upon Summer Nassau and the C. V. Hillyer, Hor.eCo":; }.'cb.17-S. }'. St. Johns Vogel, Charles : VARIETY OF: :SOIL: 1
the drains in the city, and will no doubt The Jtletof ; t T. Kydd. J. E.: Meddaugh, Mode Dros., .\. ton. ,,

have everything perfect before he stops Bahamas] is the title of a very delightful H. Mode, A. H. Noyes. J. II. Prewott, J. C. IX PORT.Svhooner to be found in the :State: a large:\ proportion "

I book published by Charles Ives, M. A., ofNew Rutishausen! unborn it Hoyt, SeydeilBro. it 1'mlllllI"rt.: being peculiarly] adapted to the culture ntStMtTuopicAL

;j There is some talk of placing a boat on Haven. The book i is extensively illus .. F. A. Small, G. Stark, A. Steil, 11. F.Waas dllkIU'r A. & I-::. Iloo|>er. ; FRUITS and Early Vegetables
beach to be mounted on wheels, rigged useful and Schooner Martha P. Tucker.
+ our trated. It wlllllro'o interestingto
1I': } tho wind. 11.11'. Anderson.Schooner .
and by
like aii.Ice-bout, all visitors to "the home of summer and it !Nortieet Fox .t Durns, It. 11. Sand- Anita make these lands worthy of CAREFUL F.X .

The work of building forty new box-cars,, the sun." ford, W. A. White: Co., St. Ftora. Schooner Silas c:. ..;\"Ims.J. A3HXATIOX by manufacturers of LI.MBEBAXD

t# + j, at the railroad shops; under the direction olMr. t The steamer Florida, of the Sea Island The following is:: her |assenger list: from NIVAL STORES.

mt Hernandez, Is being rapidly l pushed for Route, arrived Wednesday! morning with New York to FernandinaJ.1Vottles : N. DECK of Toledo, Ohio, says : Mv
1 ward. one hundred and twent'I1tcugen. Among J. M. Rose, U, F. Wood, Clias., could father,not In-fore sleep 1 wearing nights/ the on account"Only. Lung of his Pad violent NEW SETTLERS:

(, Is it right that ladies and children passing: herpassengers was ex. II1 'or Wiekham, off Rosen, N. Johnson, Mr. Stetson and wife, II. coughing, sinew wearing it he hay slept} Purchasing land (rom this company are furnished

through our streets should be in j>eril ol New York city, who went to St. Marys:: and ,,'. WiHKlrutr, Mrs. "'. A. Smith, S. Chord, fcyUiully every night.-txe .jcl ', with entire fffeiMltMjeitn: t"heTran

l being run over by horses permitted to run will spend tome time there, and on Cumber Mr.lazelhnrt tvlfe and two children J. Brick, sit Railroad for family and lrsonal: effect I I"" :.II.

at large? land Island, hunting. M. Drown, (let}. Do twick, .\. J. Patterson, Lime, to the station nearest the land purchased

I Colonel II, C. Moore is now general manager General Davis purposes securing n number and eljht; sailors. Cement, Hosier TITLE: COMPLETE, being derived'bvgrant I

and chief engineer of the I. 1 t. W. Rail of marsh ponies from the Carolina Islands The City of Ait.itin tailed fl'ra u on Hair, from the United States and purchase

road extension from Indianapolis! to Colum. : and placing them on Cumberland Islands Wednesday evening with the following/ jmstenger p .\\SBIIRY.i' HOYT'. from the State of Florida

bus. Ohio.It with a view of raising\: and introducing Rat (nun Fernandina Nassau :

the opinionofa Phlladelpliia the totoek. The Carolina ponj\is far *u- Mr. 1't'rkins. \\ifeand two daughter; R. X to"d, t'rtl"t'IUt'ut". CORRESPONDENCE :SOLICITED.: :

would require perior to the marsh tackeya which are wnon 1 1. Rogers and wife Captain J. Crowe!!, Mr. -- -- --- -- ----

lawyer to get at anything approachinga this: and adjacent islands, and we trust Protzingn. Mr.I Worms, Mrs. H"rner, Mr. Mio" Howard Descriptive Mm and CIRCVLARS mailed on
notion as to what were compo- Will be given fur to convict the application.
clear will be most sueesful. "anlIhn'fJl.. stilt and daughterirs.; ( (proof one
of the drain pipe which were first General Davis who destroyed the sign; board! on the 1-mile CILiSV.. LEWIS:
ri rant parts : Mr. Adams and ton, Mr. Penni- ,
churches the Presbyterian, Episcopal Speiuvr
Our railroad ]
and beiiiR are: l\t..t near the i> Land
down |'n our streets are and wlf,'. II. Henderson I). Mender- IOIM.W. : Commissioner.r. .
put will Methodist: Catholic and lUptist. The Juan F. Sturr.Road Ottl'e Beach
is to hoped and ;
,, replaced by those which it Presbyterians hafor their pastor. lieu sun, Dr. Underbill, Mr. Thomas, \V. A. Na- : Commissioner, Fernandina Dist. II.tf. events! ,

) prove: 1 moro durable. .
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