Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00105
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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 26, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
lccn - sn 95047336
System ID: UF00054505:00105
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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1- ST.t1'l'f'S.. Herttando. nicely inclosed and set out with line trees.! two years living two miles! east of Live Oak, I'LOl; .I It LU 1..Tl.W.

31 It give! pleasure to announce that wharf His )place i is one of Ooala's e hie'fest attrac were burned to death. It 1''III
': Ituval. building has commenced on the t "'it h 1:1COO- tinny Mr. la'chelberger: \ the father i>f the mother of the children had gone oil fishing idly as! pll s:<'ihh. Prepare tool fertilize well
};! .J', Through the kindness of Dr. ('. J. l en5 and left tI'lIlat home alone 1 and that after lacy oil rows three feet apart with mall it
chee river.: On Monday, morning laVtf! f Ir. orange i industry, so far as Ocala is concerned, \ scooter; NI letw. I prefer to :sow in drills! two

: worthy, the physician in charge, the reporter I"\ M. Townsend began the initiatory (labor is still enlarging his enterprises\ Hi-i /grove placing: utound a while the eldest t child builla ( to three illdll''III\art.! \ or drops! three .in a hill

i\:), ,.Is. was permitted on Sunday visit the l'01l.f of erecting a substantial wharf a ware now embrace about eighty al'rl'4.! and most tire in ,an old boat which was in u pond! ten to twd\'illl'hl' l1l'arl\'l'r lightly with

yeti ('ant) now located six miles from this and )packing! house at his landing on the of the trees this! year are \putting out u full close by, into which t the younger/ one crawled plow sir well with hoe or lake1. Commence
to work them Is coming
f city on the Wuycross road. The camp river, and\ he will push the work to completion ) crop of blooms. When the )blooms get a little so as! to warm it n'lCnod caught on lire The up ; work lightly and push (them ns! fastus

) under the care of Mr. I). Henderson, who its rapidly us possible. iris landing, we more advanced a sight at his grove will oldest: one, {in attempting to put out the possible ; cultivate i us near em level 1111

i'" has two assistants and a number of guards. believe:, ha been christened Magnolia plait; bo worth a trip to Oculu. .\ number of others flumes which were rapidly consuming the you can, slightly ruMngthrhtd when plant"

::" "rle t The stockade in which the prisoners are His!! i is one of the most desirable landingson have bought lands in hammock; and jetunger\ also caught fire and was burned up. ing.when they Tick when t three-fourths grown ami

: ::! confined is about 150x50 feet fifteen feet the Withlaeoochoc'1 c vet, tlllll {'msse-son! many are making preparations to trot groves.! Will our colored friends never learn the to twelve willl'lllnl'hours: to readily allow; the!spread\ gum inthadesix to elry

,).:I' \,,', high Inside for this is the prison house advantages.! First t. it is! a ino-i beautiful: i and These! is, in fact work nil along the line and danger of leaving/ their children alone?- out Then pack and ('ro!
,) '>';l'kf proper, i it is 2 doualeberths Ie building t is f'rtill.I"l'ali"lI-olk, hickory, and magnolia the hammock is ringing with the noise ofuxes Lite, Ork litiltctt'ii.General; close and snug but not too tight! :ship by
!': '' with and two men (the inickest' route, regardless! nfdillrenceiii
I :
supplied ,
{ und the hum of \'IIil'l'-Om//
F grow in delightful luxuriance, as! well as busy freight, to the ht'st men.
'' ; are required to sleep together, to whom three AVtrw.
'" many other trees! indigenous! to a rich moldy But H (T. Cucumbers: should uNo\ ho planted 0IH'1"
pairs of blankets are furnished. The hospital river hammock. A ,'illnglltlc'lLh',1 there Monroe, llggs: are selling at $1 per dozen in Xevv using u liberal I amount of seed Prepare

i1 adjoining the prison, is 27x30: und is AltniVKD IN nl>lTlIaI.-, Oil the llitll; ilist., York, land for beans ; )lav ing the rows! off from
would have abundant shade, and rich land
four to four and hull)
with number of single berths on Drills! hark ( II' Jenkins a feet\ n part. Open with
+' supplied u lev. Captain Abbott t .\ valuable chalk hl'lllu\'I been discovered
for gardens, orange groves! and semitropical small !scooter. I much prefer sowing the
one side, while the female apartments are fruit farms.! Second the hank oft lie river from Ponsueola with .sawed timber, )boundto IIl'lIrikell., S. C. seed about as thick us! bctns,1111(1( after aH

situated on the other. These departments Liverpool (leaking badly, with her fore- danger of frost is cut with hoe
there forms a blnlV, high, dry, und always General ]tea ti regard/ will wdc'ollletlll' New over, out In
.: separated by a dividing wall. The kitchen bows stove stern waterways one ill the (hill, eight to ten inches apart
are topmast stove "
gone, York 1st regiment to-morrow their
above high water mark-a splendid landing on on lore can be raised to the acre after this
(4, commissary and officers quarters are situated place for any kind of river emit Third, it started und loss of sails, 'unsigned i to arrival the Crescent! City mode' of planting than In any ,'Ih'rfI1 1

at various points: outside, but within J. Jay l'hillJrick.Io.lIll'rkulI schooner hive ever t tried Work fast: an'd light. When
is accessible ; good roads' can be made to it, The Chicago, Kock Hand A: Pacitlo Company
u few feet of the stockade. Everything\ is Lena Hunter Captain Dole, from :mesa+! and teams will have no dilliculty in going its withdrawal from the
announces bloom
i.. kept in the most {perfect order, cud cleanliness via Wilmington, N. C., ludened I I with guano, end becomes round und ! and from it. It is situated about twelve und the cukes
Trunk Line Association, and a now railroad well developed (hut not fully!
is of the chief! features!! of the and rudder ,1i abl'I1. Is and \
: one camp now repairing
\, miles! from Urooksville! and a goixl road all war is expected.A grown), pick and cull well, putting the bert!
i The prisoners are compelled to bathe regu the Mr. Townsend will direct will proceed I on her voyage.AV.vst. \\ Xt','/. fruit t teiitself. packing us!! tloselv, neat awl l
I : larly. Each man is: supplied with a bucket, way. open a !seat in the New York :Stock! l Kxchange: snug as possihh' :Start. them ont in (tho heft

l und knife, and after each meal these road from this place. It is also convenientto Orange.irowinghttliegruundsof has been sold for :11.000.: making the cost of III 1'I..i! hie condition und ship by the. epiicke-sl

spoon Lake Lindsey, and many other parts! of ( H.: D.M.I Perkins, membership (including the $1,000) fee to the route to the best! uteri
are thoroughly scalded and s('ourc Ir.k .
the county With good wharves! substantial of Stark, Luke are some camphor trees TO VI VT01.H,
l' about $:'IUH)0.( )
hange) :
Kenworthy visits the camp every Sunday It is piesiimabh' hut( every gardener has
warehouses and packing houses, a !splendid { which he received from the agricultural department j
his well adv ill
plants od hot beds
; morning for the purpose of making a general .\ ('debrah'll'llpidall boasting( at dinner urn : by
location, and well-kept roads, \\o see no at Washington i n couple of yours: this time, and ! inspection while the prisoners are not that he cured his own hams: one of his!
reason why Magnolia UlulT should be nut ago. They arc growing in the open air, and will admit, bo trunxplantc-d in well parparcet
F at work. They are formed in a line around guests observed ; Doctor, I would a great rich land. Hows llvejleet: npart'hv three
only a splendid shipping point but a thriving have never had I artificial protection from
t the stockade, and their bodies! arc made deal sooner be your ham than your patient" to three and u hall feet in the drill ,
busy! town infbevery near future. .Her, frost They passed through the cold waveofthe hilt plant, in the hill If time plant is:
doctor ouch
bare when the
inspects! mancarefully
schedules I have been arranged!, I. boats will present winter safely, and aro nowgrowing From the" teportof United :States: census!! large und stout, put It ta'n-tlllydsin the

and it.all)' complaints are made I stop thl'n''r week to receive' and discharge finely. While is note, l.iimed that bureau we note that the outstanding/ bonded ground, tho larger the plant the deeper it
he at once prescribes.! There are now 130 men debt of till' thirty eight I'ril1dl'lIldtit'ofthc! should he put in 'the ground. Draw the
Townsend has hand50lile !
freights )Ir. a Orange county never has frosts, thoattentioneif
and one woman confined at the camp. Nino )plants from the bed putting, them in :a
and trees home seekers in Florida is invited to this Southern states, with a population of over bucket I
bearing grove ( many young with some( water in it; drop them
of the men are white. There are at presentbut million i is )() $.-i-tI: nearly $711,41110II or and!
coming on. 'grove! already yieldhim a fact und others, which are patent to any unbiased prrcapita. 11huttus$0nnnspsi55iblc. Ihiltis'ntowrll
two of the men tlickL'lIioll.. ; mid work them fist t .\ pretty income, and will increase in profits ) 1 man: with good eyesight, that Wl' arcreasonably : us
.ISCtl fit boa. full-grow'n and yellow or a red tinge i is! discovered
.\ tumor i is current Western railroad
and desirability every jear. Success attend free from damaging rost: -U. H. ,pick them. It I is too often the case
of the
The em Thurselaylas-t fishing:
circles I that:!t the; Louisville i \ Nashville- combination
Hluffund its energetic liriet,1r. 1 that in
ganlencrs their
Magnolia; h'r I'.eloperisjusticeofthepeuratsuutli.i j pop. : anxiety to Jt.t.of1
smack ][r created considerable excitement J'loililn ('(('scrl/// ka precinct lie recently received I II circular is working to get into Its e Intchesthe !! their earliest shipment, pick too'soon. llcl-'

t among those of our people who frequent the L'OJI. from the census bureau at Washington asking Indianapolis: i) enter \: SpringfieldHe :: I ter wait a day or two longer and put in well
water-front portion of the city. The interest IJton'lopl'cll1l1llll1aturl'll fruit. Cull WI.1I111111
( it in lion with the1Iiutiisville1
in the Chattuhoothce river for list\ f civil ami C'l'illllllalIIII luol'l'rale conn CM ,
centered in the this occasion The waters areso a e> uses, wrap nile or two in a paper, owing to !size lit l
lope on
: high that the! trains cannot get within a I his docket for the past' year Mr.I I'oper was: \ New Albany Chicago: ( Idmd, the fruit. I'uc'k close und neat, putting (thobest
arises: from the fact that she )had been absent
half u mile of the warehouse and' the hotelis able to make1 :such a reply as can bo J'c'porkll .\II c'M-ellcnt proposition I before eongiessis 011 h' tei themselves.Kggiilants .
from port for twenty days, und her appearance ; ) :.111I11111111' planted and culliuited : '-
(, entirely surrounded.-We wish that our by but few precincts! ill the United! States i!! that making the dcpaitnieiit' agriculture \like tomatoc's
not only settled the apprehensionsof as near as possible
for friendsin.fiddle: I Florida: along/ the lino of There was" not u case on his docket for the an cxi'i'iilIYe department with aeabinetolllccrat Squashes' : about (tho sumo e-ne-nntbi-ts, only
those in whom fears: had been' aroused
railroad would go much more1 largely Into twelve months! Remember that this occur!! the heat' The agiie'nltural! (interest the rows !should bei live foot apart: with throe ,
her safety, in conscqucne of the late storm, I to four in Ibl' drill.. 'Ihucabbn\ oaml Irishpotutocrop
the raising vegetables than they have yet in a Democratic State In the bloody South, of the country is second to. none*, and nee-ds,
but gave rise immediately to the hope that ) being, I gue-su; about IIlIlllIlItc'll. 1
doluJ. We would ask them in a t'Tl'l'IIIltthlit i"i ha7dintsixty'votes' and the fosteringrare of the' government The it ,
somo tidings would bo brought of time missing !! .ur uru i Is tmeh-ss for mo to "speak of Ihesc only 'oremind
This belief have )'Ollllot. after su many years, and all has a population of nearly four hundred. .\ change would put the departmc-nt in good gardeners that in their eagerness to
crew. was! strengthened by
your losses:llll cotton culture, under the free. resident of that favored section says that thisis working I shape. The measure- will probably plant sill curly crops 1 for shipping' ; not to lorget -
the boat having in tow an extra yawl. She t that wo will need a lute garden of nil
labor system bee-onic convine-ed that it will due to the good climate i and pleasant surrounding he adopte-d. ;, kinds of
]landed at Warren A Co.'s Sec and fih house, : vegetables for homo use during our
and those on board must have imagined that not pay here whatever it does cNewheic'! ? which so nioilify, the human temper A'aval ..Stoi'fH.Spirits long summer, when nuilie-tls I morevvlunV
On the other hand!, there! are some vegetables that the people dwell together in unity. some than plenty vegetables\ und good
they were just rising up from the vasty deep, :: turpentine'! is quoted, in :Savannah: melons, poaches, etc

as-u delegation numbering at least .seventy- that lI.ilIIf/!!, and very certainly pay: This: is good philosophy-lltjmrtfr.I'utnain. at ,I CJ: cents per gallon ; rosin I D., :$1.10( ; |1.:J., As most of in*,' vegetables up and) growing

live greeted them on their return. These We mention emphatically Irish patutoos.' $ldS ; F., $1.55 ; U., $I.m) ; U., *1.80) ; L, I J propose to stop letter writing and go;
Make the land rich enough, very c'h-pm The in time Methodist Church at to work. Hi'I'oio; closing 1 will, by till! wayof'eompaiing I
llIl'n. though encountering many hardships mec-Mug ;fi.IH'' ; K., .f: _.:-J5 ; M.,W.50: ; N.-.75: ; window
: : notes with
can't make it too rich-plant early, and this continued from. the lu Sabbath: my neighbors, say,
during their absence, escaped the terrific place glass, ;j.U7.Linnlifr.: : (that oue-luslf of my ('lIk'lIl1f(! up, souse with
p4 gale, having succeeded in effect ing un entrance there is no failure in this: crop. Give; them morning until \\Ydncsdaj night) The services The oHerings for coast wiso business four to .six plants. My I oldest beans have

into St. Andrew's bay, where they remained till the ashes you can, supply) 'ing the deficiency : wore unusually: interesting! und resnUcel : been plowed nut tutu soe-ond time and will
/ to
: mire'ally equal shippers, requiremnents 1,10011111111
of ashes: with some fertili/or: abounding few days 1 have transplant
in the accession of nine members to the
i two weeks: subsistingalone on sweet and business! : : are< 'quiet! at quotations.' over I imaliol'uiy I tomato plants from bull to
kunit about the
J potatoes!! and oysters.:: : This may be considered in potash- dlt'apl'1tuIHIplant churl'h.t the quarterly c-onferene-o on Vessels: for West Indies and other oil'short) field I und tlu-y lire (from six lo ten Inches !

hard fare but hard us: it seemed, the at any time this month, or in January Wednesday night, the presiding elder Key. business are not in ticmaiid. "'" : high My I egg-plants!! uro up and growing.First ;.
for winters not as cold as this, and sue-cess: Mr. Fulwood decided, that the of quote planting of watermelons. and squti..hull
('rew. one and all, presented the appearance' erasure To New York....,,....$ (ti( with clue attention to culture, digging und ... up ; I..tl\
of fattened pigs, thus demonstrating:: one of names of members: of the/ church from the To Philadelphia! ( (o,7h$) per thousand t I onions turnips und now of Irish mta-
crop |
+' the beauties of our climate und section, shipping, is certain The Messrs.: Bru.II. rd, register, during the past your, was illegal.As '1'.. Huston.............. 7lsM( !'(" ) pl'r thousand !toes mo till growing lilld)'. I am going t
where the nutritious oyster i is: in itself sufficient \>f this county, have proven it, und they harmony fa restored, Key. T. \\', Moore, To :South:; America... $W.lMI< ) tier' thousand try and !ship Use first crate of rakes heuxri
under the serious having To : (hurts. $.U to $)la per thousand und tomatoes from Aluehna this
to !sustain! fur weeks the human frame, labor disadvantage pastor of the church, enters upon his!! work '1'"' united li.II1 IIIIIII, county

and when taken in connection with palmetto : to haul about twelve miles to the rail under favorable auspice.-Then* i is: u gentleman for orders. 'i.5s..0J( > i5.: U''". year.early 1lrll"lItdll':4 Hurry up:, the boys worm.-, remember-/'. J/that, ()/'.,the'. ',

foots, a man can live the year round road. Act at once, and you will not bo too living on the M. John's river that .. --. ---- -- ill (lltiuaeiNrXtitsind lire.

without striking a lick if such be his ambition. late even for the present season. The railroad thinks that he 1 aa discovered the clay out of .4 JIlHtlJllmlulecl Sporliunaa

There was u crew of five on the lope, guarantees reasonable freights. And which \\"edgtwo'J,1: ware was w<1de. The It was: on a day when) the honeybees were p.lrlll',1.11 MtiTHKK I'AKHl'

and as stilted above, fears for safety having having planted your Irish peitatoes, then, byway place in which this, clay i I... found corresponds: darting over the land III search of sweetflowers Who now, for filly yours: and more,

been entertained, this, reappearance gladdened I of experiment( try other things: on a with an old! English: manuscript t that was deciphered / : butterflies: floated on lazy wings, llnvo walked along (the*! rugged: shore,

} the hearts of many, most of those on I small scale, such us: cucumbers, tomatoes, 1 from the diary of Wedgewod I wllll'h1'18)'S and birds were singing their sweetest 140 II g". \Vhoro( dashing billows often roar?

,J of fami i etc.-Kconomut. that the ore or clay was found III large All around presented a scene of Ih'I'I'I'l4tIlcllce. Father and Mother Parry.

lies. Marlon. quantities, not more than two miles: from In the distance, as far us: the eye Who, in their noiseless quiet' way

,e longed to the smack F'mh Haul; also in the The orange interest i is Mill being actively water navigation. Of the fait that the coil hi reach, was the U'l'IIII. und on the* sand Have hornet the burden of the. day,

employ of )le Warren & Co. 'fhe latter prosecuted Messrs. Robinson A Anthony Wedge-wood!; ware, now extinct save u few hills stood uHportinian us the pivot' Oil which And yot move mi without dismay 'f
Father and Mother.
.I l'rl'were camped{ about the Narrows und are clearing off a part of their new purchaseand vases, was procured in Florida, there can be! the scenery swung. Suddenly u trail was: Parry

(had hauled their small boat on top of one setting it out to trel'!!. They go out in no doubt. If this 1 discoverer has really found struck, und the sportsman followed lit across: Who from tho. noisy, dusty mill

uf the sand hills> of the i lund, but such was the mornings and remain all day-taking the pure clay that was manufactured 1 into )levels und over the swells: at a slow but Have I nestled 1 thu serenely bre-o/v hill.
Wherethey still:
the rise in the tide*, and the intensity of their dinners with them. (Pretty good for ware, }ho is sure of a fortuneI'ltl'ilLu Heralil. never-ending He knew that he would l"utiicrttnd IOJMISO Mother Parry.

the. gale that. the boat floated away fifteen : gentlemen just out of a city.) Messrs. Hoyn- Sumter find some-thing, and. when ouIIII, It would

mile's down the island where with part ton & Carlton are clearing another tract and J1r.11'ht. Henshaw, wllllurr \'l'llllt'refrom add another to his" many trophies. On he Who, !sons and I daughter, (too, h.iu-H'itrf.
devotion .
Whose/ true long ha.1I"'l'l"I\ l,
of her side broken in, she was pickedup will have grove under way in u short time.A Cincinnati some months: ago, purchased twhcnsuddc'iilyuppcaredu hunrterbird, And the JoII.1Ilhll' with valor stceri-d"

by the Hujx on her return. The gang of hands are putting time Brown A eighteen acres of excellent land on Luke I sctming in rise out of some fissure in the I"utheriutd I Mother Parry.

) /7M ll'tu'k preceded the Hope only u fewhours McCain and! Brown A Heekett groves in garden : Harris, from Messrs. Johnson! A King, with tlower-cove-red t11crab\r shout of triumph!
\Vho liavo comedown to honored! ,
f but both reaching home the same shape. Mr. K.: J. Harris is out curly and a grove of six: acres, seventy-five of the trees lid the sportsman{ semi across the broad expanse With in* dark blot ii| on the page: ,;tjti

I morning. From Mr, Stearns of the firm of late trimming and transplanting trees and I bearing to which he has added nine acres, but eager for his! prey, he fired coolly .\!\ iliov draw near the final{ stage?

; Warren A Co., we learn that the crew of the has a number of acres of vegetables planted making a fifteen acre grove lie is just and delilMTately, shifting victim through "uthvranti Mother furry

a i latter vessel report that such has been the and expects\ to make the present l'rolI'IIY( all completing u comfortable) welling commanding the he-art. It was u dead-level line shot, \\'hlll" tu-uigbt) the |heelless belle.,"'

( violence of the storm that Santa Kosa Island expenses incurred in running the grove, and an excellent view Hf tile lake.tii .- and" one befitting older and more Inveterate Thu'MIIIIU may hoxitute to tell

ill many portions, was not only en have an overplus:besides Mr. I. Schwerinis inter A dcance. sKjrtsmen] for our hero was none other than/ Hecuiise they want to nuke a rwel II I'"

tirely submerged, but embankments along out every day superintending the settingout Siucanee. 'Ir. Joe JStephfin; f. still in his tee-its. The Mother I'urry.

the Gulf shore have been completely washed of the trees in his> twenty-acre tract. Ho The vegetable\ growers of this vicinity are glory of shooting this) strange bird was ullsntlicient Who knows "that wit,. of mIll,," tu praie.

away and new ones formed. This change of will soon clasp a (fortune. Messrs. William busily engaged in planting seeds this week.They for one day, ami taking/ the shapecss flu t"lIwl"llc! lrt'of his -)'OK" ,"

feature is regarded by some as remarkable. C. Jeffords and James M. Gates have a grove have had fine weather for it, and we III.LSS, lie hounded over thu marshes und Win.a counsel Parry.11'h.1 nil ha. made himFather wiv.."

They bring no news whatever as to the adjoining and like Mr. Sc'werin, are as busyas trust that they may succeed getting good sand! }hills, und finally rested Ids precious

harry Lee.-]' &JClJ/ll Ad"flltf'e.Gadsden ants. AH of these gentlemen are planting stands and that the yield may abundant trophy on the olllre counter of the Kgmont: will be missed vvhi-n e-ulliil to go.

cukes" and other vegetable and expect and the proceeds of Male g'ul. From present Hotel, ext laiming. '' See what strange hindI ) _\IIIIIe'II"U nil M-OIICM and. ) friends below
f in ,
Like Ntprhts$ ih inviting !
Apalachicola river has been rising to ship by rail. Mr. Waterman is enlarginghis indications we feed safe in predicting; j j have!" (Unluckily f..r him /his remark fell I Fathcrand M".t.ior Parry.scow

a! rapidly for several days and has, now tract and planting out a nice variety of that there will be several thousand dollars i upon the ears of Mime I1"lrblllllI: near by.

r sumed the projkjrtiunsof rugimigand Ilc'-I tree-i. Mr. Iteardon and Mr. poose-r have brought into our county by the sale! of vegetables I und ull were "I1'r, In sve the curl"u.1l1't'l'i- Whom would wo nil n-johv to meetAround
the lhro.e wlll'rt" ,
flood. The M'jwt is the only steamboat ('e. built on their hammock place-sand are making (hi* season. The money, put. into circulation men.' Many were the expressions us to whatit who in c.'hr!". are made ungc-K l'lIlIIplt.'t6"I.'atlll'r .greetAll : .

low Fort (iahnsbri'lbe, the others being unable I their homes and grun'tl'r1 attractive. at the dullest season of the; year. I could be-a wild turkey, ginmc or duck: ami! Mother furry.

to come down. The M'*>re reached The grove of Messrs. Moody A Cox is setout will be of not only great benefit to our farmers but finally it was decided that it was a crane. February 17. 0. H J II!

(khttsee i cm its way down the river, but was with MTUpuloiisexactness and is us clean and vegetable) growers but will alo enliven Disgusted at this decision, which he 01l.1t1. .
It is claimed! that (lhe.\d.unsKxpn: .' Co._
l'UJUl'cllt-.1 to return on ucctiunt of wind as a fluwergardeu. They have Irish iitutnos the spirits of our JUtrdlullb and biiMMOMt erol a scandal, lie directed that the carcass
ha. securities on hand to (the extent .lthmntttituuterruf
ktorms. The river bottoms, are crowded with beans: lettuce etc up, and will> / its hole l'IlI.i1al.tut.i,
cattle, which are drowning as the water shipping. Mr. Sol.' Iltnjamiri has recently that it k gM.l to live in such a country atours. he would satisfy Ids appetite{ with threeMillie's .

riMS, the deej es t water being near the hills added several acre to his original! pureha.se .-We learn that on lank Wt..llJCft4w ly on toast until the following day, when Tho !...n>rt. storms. have killed tllf th? .s'i.santis .,

bock of the buttolllQ': llerall. making ten acres in all. He has the whole! evening two little negrno, aged five an-1 he would regale himself l on roast turkey. of lit-fp in the um"rerxlra'vrlatst'r,




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1 -------i:;;;; LASTJOVRNEY.ri moving ; but there is spark! of fire still in If you had heard what he said. about her former vision. Her heart was as!' invulncnt' longer ; she got believed that thin possible and! nervous she never no
would have
'I the prate, and It would be better talking out to-day, you might have reason to alter your ble to natural affection as it had )proved to one but !she said she heard footsteps -
II EI1KN I:. REX FORD. of this mmii, Will you come, sir ?" opinion.\ He told me I resembled berlin mindas human sympathy. He begged, as it appeared,, saw anything and! voices, and then, when she walked
"Come ? Of course I will come"said! the w'l1a body ; that I. was a coward, a for aid to avert some bitter misfortune or the staircase! ,
1 lie journeyed cast, and 'neath the palms, young fellow, and, turning, they retraced simpleton, UIKI a hypocrite." terrible disgrace and adamant might have through the hal or( to up be following! her.sonic\\ e .
i; In languid noons of tropic calms, their steps to the house he had looked into He did not mca'n it, sir." been more yielding to his! prayer. Then the on" always in the
big room
He saw the dusk-eyed houri's dance as he passed! along. "He did, every word. He docs think Iam figure standing\ on the hearth, changed to an I put the children to sleep declared often you
{ He heard the Bedouin's midnight chants: j An old old house, with long, wide hall, coward, because! I-I-" And the young angel, which folded its wings mournfully had last! night, and they sitting: by they hearth.
t With many n. 1'ersian worshiper stairs lweasy of ascent, with deep cornices: fellow broke into a passion of hysterical"tears.. over its face, and the man with bowed ': saw an old woman HI finished
Ho breathed the airs of balm and myrrh, to the ceilings I and I oak floorings: with i t mahogany I don't half like Iea\ir1g l vouhcre alone," Even; as he did so the sccnechangcdagain. Nothing 11\'er came my"I wauln's way
And on old Tadmor's weed-grown !site doors, which still spoke mutely of said William glancing round( the room with It was night once more, and the miser:\ William, wit u laugh ; head ready
;1 The traveler's tent was pitched at night..Tie the w'alth.utilI !stability of the original owner a quick trouble in his eyes, "but I have mmplace wended. her way upstairs.: From belowGra to go to sleep" the \ my
who lived before the Trudescants and fit to ask you to stop, and I am forced ham Coulton fancied he watched her toiling the pillow. "
wandered hy the mystic Nile, Ashmoles were thought of, and had been to go myself, because I am night watchman\ ,, wl'ari1from step to step. She had aped Were the ttJ.terer. ever discovered I ?
c And saw th(- Egyptian maidens smile; sleeping far longer than they in St.:: Mary's and must he on at 12 o'clock.:' strangely' since the previous SC('DC'S. She asked Graham ('oultoli.'I .
I He dreamed of Cleopatra's eyes churchyard, hard by the archbishop's pal: "I shall be right onough"wus the answer moved with difficulty ; it seemed\ the /greatest ; l),' sir; the ImintitortiIis.s! Tyzian'sbrother
\ Ileneath the blue of Lybian skies ; ace. "Only I mustn't talk anymore of mv father exertion.for her to creep from step to his always I lain underthd I suspicionof ,
; He climbed the desert a pyramid Step up stairs, sir." entreated the depart Tell inc about yourself! William how did step, her! !skinny' hand traversing hit lui'- itquitcMongfully, I ann very sure-hut
; I I Where secrets of the past were hid, ing tenant "it's cold down here, with the you manage! to get such a big house and why ters with slow and painful deliberateness.Fascinated he will never clear himself now. It waskmiown
And strove, beside the :Sphinx, to guess: door standing wide." arc youleaviugit ?" the young lIIan''Il'Yc!' followed\ he came and asked her for help a dayor
The riddle in its awfulness. "Had you the whole house, tbciiS'ii "The landlord put me in charge, sir, audit the progress of that feeble decrepit woman. two before the murder and it was also
liam?" asked Graham Coulton in sonic :surprise. was my wife's fancy not to like it." /She was solitary in a desolate house with a known he was able within week or two to.
t He walked the streets of ancient! Uome, whatever trouble had been harassing
: Why did she not like it? deeper blackness than the darkness of night weather
; And dreamed, on :Spanish hills, of )home ; The whole of it, and right sorry I, for She felt desolate alone with the childrenat waiting to engulf her. him. Then you see the money was
He saw, beyond the Appenincs one, am to leave it ; but nothing else would night," answeredVilhiani, turning away It seemed to Graham Coulton that he lay never found; and altogether, people scarce
The midnight sun on Norway's pines ; serve my wife. This room sir." and with a his head 1 ; then added next minute : Now, sir,, for a time in a still, dreamless sleep, upon know what to think."
I And standing by the Golden Horn, little conscious i'rideS'ihhimuii, doing the if you think I can do no more for yon I had awakening from which lie found himself entering Humph I" ejaculated Graham Coulon.
1fc heard the muezzin's call at morn ; honors of his late residence, asked his guest best bo oil'. Time's getting (iii. I'll look a chamber sordid ml and unclean in and he turned a few turns up and dwI
And felt, on Calvary's haunted hill, into a spacious apartment, occupying the t'tihlwitithi round to-morrow iumuuii itig." its appointments! as the woman of his previous apartment. Could I go and sec this land
The presence of the Saviour ...till.i of the house on the first (hood night,1' :said the young fellow,, dream had been in her person. The lord ?"
i From Orient to Occident Tired though he was the young man stretching! out his hand, which, the other took poorest! laborer's wife would have gathered uc', sir, if you h.ad 1 hat," alswcrellWiiam
The traveler's restless way was bent. could not repress an exclamation of aston as freely and frankly as it was offered. Wbal more comforts around her than that room with such serious decorum that the
f I He watched the miners delve for gold ishment. should I have done this evening if I had not ('ullta l1l'c1. .'t four-post!- bedstead: without ) ; hurt out laughing. "That is
i And heard their camp-lire stories told ;jt Why, we have nothing so large as this! at chanced to meet you?" hangings: of any kind-a blind drawn up an obstacle, certainly," he remarked I amid
I t Hesaw where earthquake shocks had scarred home. William," he said. I don't think there i is 1IIu<'chance in the awry-an olllcu'rpd. covered with dust and I must make a note do instead. I have a
f The slopes of San Bernard, "It's a line house," answered William,, world Master!- Graham," was the quiet miii.swer. dirt, on the floor-a rickety washstand with pencil in my pocket, so here goes. .
And climbed the Sierra's peaks, to wait raking the embers together as! he spoke, and "I do hope that you will rest: well,, all the paint worn off of it-an ancient mahogany Within half an hour from the dispatch ol
Tor sunset at the Uoldcn Sate. throwing some wood upon them ; "but, like and not be the worse for your wetting." dressing: table and a cracked glass that note William was back, again with a
many a good family, it has come down in No fear of that," was the rejoinder, and spotted all over-wcrcall the objects he couldat sovereign the landlorlls compliments, anti
Then for a while he ceased to roam, the world." the next minute the young man found himself first discern, looking at the room throughthat he woull'be ed if Mr. Coulton
t And by the peaceful hearth of home Had you been staying here, William,"' all alone in the Old House in Vauxhall dim light which oftentimes obtains in COl round."
I He sat, and told to I listening i friends !said Mr.1 Coulton, flinging himself wearily I Walk. dreams. "You'll do nothing rash, sir" cntrcaiedWilliam. 9
} Strange stories of the world's far ends;iI on the !settle, I'd have tusked you to let mi By degrees, however, he perceived the out- .
And those! who heard him, seemed to tread stop where I am to-night." CHArTKK It. line of some one lying huddled together on "'IV, man" said the young fellow, "you

t With him the streets of Tadmor dead, If you can make shift, sir, there is nothngas Lying on the settle, with the fire burnt out the bed. Drawing nearer, ho found it was! may as "well be picked off by a ghost as I
'And sec o'er Egypt's sands flash forth I am aware of to prevent your :stopping and! the room in total darkness, Graham that'of the person whose dreadful presence! buflct. What is there to be afraid of?"
It I The frozen sunlight of the north. I ," answered tlu:man, fanning the wood COlli ton dreamed. a curious dream. Hi seemed to pervade the house. What. a terrible William only shook his head. He did not
fin; for awhile, he took his rest into a flame. "I shan't take the key back I thought bo awoke from deep slum her to find sight she looked. with her thin white think his young master was made of the stuff
to the landlord, and; this I locks scattered the with what to remain alone In a haunted house
With those who knew and loved him best till to-morrow, a log smouldering away upon the hearth,, over pillow, likely
t t Then the old longing came to see would bo better for you than the cold streetsat and the mirror at the end of the room reflecting were mere remnants of blankets gathered and solve the mystery it assuredly contained
New lands and other worlds, and he any rate." fitful gleams of light. lie could not about her shoulders with her claw-like fingers by dint of his own unassisted endeavors.
t "Do what ?"' clutching the clothes! us though even in And when Graham Coulton came out of
Took up his pilgrim staff alone you really mean you say understand how it came to pass that, faraway yet
And journeyed to the Lands Unknown.God asked the other ('ugerl"I shall be thankful as he was from the glass/ \ ho was able sleep she was guarding her gold I the la'ndlord's house he looked more brightand
speed, wo say, and grant his quest to lie here ; I feel dead beat." to see everything in it, but he resigned himself An n"full\1\I1 repulsive! "spectacle' but not gay than usual, and walked up time
J Ted to the Islands of the Blest. "Then stay, Master Graham, and welcome to the ditliculty without astonishment, with half the terror in it of that which fol- Lambeth road to the place where William
llm/ftrd. Tut/tor. I'll fetch a basket of coals I was going to put which people generally do in dreams. lowed. Even as the young man looked he I awaited his return, humming an air us he
--- --- --- :. in the van, and make up a good fire, so that Neither did ho feel surprised when he beheld heard stealthy footsteps on the stairs. Then : paced along.
TIlE VAUX1IALL GHOST. you can warm yourself; then I must runaround the outline of a female figure seated beside he saw first one man and then his fellow I \Ve have settled the matter," he said,
11 to the other house for a minute or the tire, engaged in picking something steal cautiously into the room. Another I and now if the dad wants his son for
CHAPTKU I. two, but it's not far, and I'll be back as soon out of her lap, and dropping it with a despairing second and the pair stood beside the bed, Christmas, it will trouble him to find him."
as ever I CUll" gesture. murder in their eyes. Don't say that Muster Graham don't,"
"Houseless-homeless-hopeless I" "Thank you, William ; you were always He heard the mellow sound of gold and be Graham Coulton tried to shout tried to110VI' entreated the man with a shiver ; "maybe('.
Many a one who had before him trodden said the but the deterrent which exists after it would have been better if
good to me, young man gratefully. knew she was lifting and dropping sover- power all you
that same street, must have uttered the name "This is delightful," and he stretched his eigns. He turned a little so as to see time1ersoim in dreams and in dreams only I tied his had never happened to chance upon Vaux-
I words. The weary, the desolate, the hungry, numbed hands over the blazing wood I. and engaged in such a singular and meaningless tongue and paralyzed his limbs. He could hall Walk.
i: the forsaken, the waifs and strays of struggling looked around the room with satisfied } manner, and I found that, where there but hear and look, and what he heard and William," answered the .
humanity that arc always coming and smile. had been no chair on the preounight! :' saw was this. Aroused suddenly: fromsll'ep. young man ; if it was not the best day'swork \
I.I: going, cold. starving and miserable, over the "I did not expect to get into such quarters there was a chair now, on which was seatedan the woman started, only to receive a blow I everdid for myself I'm a Dutchman.Duil ." I
\ ; pavements of Lambeth Parish ; but it is open ," he remarked, as his! fri1I11ln need reappeared I old, wrinkled hag, her clothes poor and I from one (If the ruffians, whose fellow followed the whole of that forenoon and
!. r r to question whether they were ever previously carrying a half-bushel basket full I ragged amob cap barely covering her scant : his lead by plunging a knife into her Graham Coulton searched diligently
spukHwith a more thorough conviction of coals with which he }proceeded to makeup I white hair, her checks sunken, her nose breast. for the missing tn'usue Mr. Tynan
f' of their truth, or with a feeling of keener a roaring tire. I am sure the last: thing I I hooked her fingers more like talons than Then with a gurglingscream, !she' fell back assured him had never been discovered.
:- : !I lf.pittlmn by the young man who I could have imagined was meeting with anyone aught else, as they dived down into the heapof on the bed, and at the same moment, with Youth is confidcntund selfopinionatedandthis
.,t hurried along Vauxhull Walk, one railmywinter's I knew in 'auxhmahlVnlk.." gold, portions of which they lifted but to a cry, Graham Coulton again awoke, to thank :. fresh explorer felt satisfied that, though
,'f night, with no overcoat his body Where were you coming from. ).[n tl'rGrahnm' scatter mourn fullr. Heaven it was but an illusion.: others had failed, he would he successful.
I and no hut on his head. ?" askedVillianm: curiously. "Oh I my lost life," she moaned in a voiceof On the second floor he found one door
It whs 11 bad night to be about with such a his school CII\PTRK III. hut he did not much attention
J' From old Delsfield's. 1 was at the bitterest anguish./ :; <) III)' lost! life- locked pay to
feeling in one's heart. 'The rain was cold once, you know, and he has now retired i for one day, for one hour of it again !" I hope you slept well, sir." It was William that at the moment, us! he believed if there
,i>itilcss increasing. Atluml", keen wind and is living; upon\ the proceeds of years of I Out of the darkijess) -out from the corner who, coming into the hall with the was anything concealed it was more likelyto
Hlew down the cross inK from the robbery in Kennln ton Oval. I thought, of the room where the !shadows)' deepest- i sunlight of a line, bright morning streaming; I be found! in the lower than the upper part
-5ver. The fumes of the gas-works seemed perhaps: he woulll11'1111 me a pound or offer out from the gloom abiding} near the tloor- after him. asked this tl'ICstionHall you a I of the house. Late in the evening he pursued -
'i.t "' to fall With the rain. The roadway was muddy me a night's lodging, orcvcn a glass of wine; out from the dreary night, with their sodden good night's rest?" his researches in the kitchen and cellars
; the pavement greasy ; the lamps burned but, oil I Ilear lit). He! took the moral tone feet and the wet dripping from their heads, Graham Coulton laughed and answered : and old-fashioned cupboards, of which
dimly ; and that dreary district of London and observed! he could have nothing to say came the old men and the young children, I "'hy, faith, I somewhat in the case the basement had an abundance."
4 looked its very gloomiest and worst. to a son who defied his father's authority. the worn women and the weary hearts of Paddy, 'who could not s'.ape'! for dream It was nearly eleven, when engaged in
Certainly I not an evening to bo abroad He: gave me plenty of advice, but nothing whoso misery that gold might have relieved, ing.' I slept well enough, I suppose but poking about amongst the empty)' bins of a
without' a home to go to, or a sixpence in else and Shll\\'l'llnie out into the rain with but whose wretchedness it mocked. i whether it was III consequence of the row wine cellar as large. au:'\ family vault, hesuddenly
oh1e s pocket, but this was the condition of bland courtesy, for which I could have Round that miser, who once sate gloating with my dad, or the hard bed or the bread, I felt 1 rush of cold air at his back.Moving .
the young gentleman, who without a hat, struck him." asshe now sate lamenting, they l'rowdl'll-nll and l'Ill'l'l'e-mo.t: likely the bread and his candle was instantly extinguished
strode; along Vauxhull Walk, the ruin beatIng -. William muttered !something under his those pate, sad! t'hupes-tl1e aged of days, the cheese so late at night-I dreamt all the and in the very moment of being:
\, on his unprotected head. breath which was not a hll'sInatlll: ;\ added infant of hours, the sobbing" : outcast: honestpoverty night long, the most extraordinary dreams. left in darkness he saw,standing in the door-
; Upon the houses so large! and good-once aloud : repentant vice but one low cry proceeded Some old woman kept cropping up and I way I woman, resembling her who had
inhabited by well-to-do citizens now let out You are better here, sir, I think at any from those pale lips a I'rfor help saw her murdered." huli'd his dreams over night. ,
: "k for the most part in floors: to weekly would tenants rate. I'll be back in I less than half an hour. she might have given, but which she had You don't say that, !sir," said William: Il rushed with outstretched hands to
i -he looked enviously. Ho have Left to himself, young Coulton took off withheld. nervously. her but clutched only air. He relit his
P ; given much to have had room, or even part his coat, and shifting thesettlc a little, hung I They osellllho\lt her together\ as they "I (it), !indeed," was the reply. "How candle, and closely examined the husen1nt.shutting ,
1 of one. Ho hud been walking a long time, it over the end to dry. With his handkerchief had done singly in life ; they! prayed, theysotitetl. ever that is all gUile and past. have been on"communication with thegroum\\
ever since dark, in fact, and dark falls soon he ruhh.'tlomo of the wet rut.nf Ida timeeuitreutetl ; with haggard; eye's down in the kitchen and \had a good wash, floor ere doing: so. All in vain. Not a truce
i in December. Ho was tired and cold, and hair; then, perfectly exhausted, he lay:down the figure regarded the pour she had repulsed and I am as fresh as a daisy, and as hungryas could he find 1 of a living 'reature-not I
/ I hungry, and ho saw no prospect save ofpuc- before thu fire, and pillowing; his hl'ulon the children against whose!- cry she had a hunter ; and, ohmVifliammm, can you get window was open-not 1 door unboulted.
$ &F ing the streets all night. his arm fell fast asleep, closed her ears, the old people she had suffered me any brl'ukfat?" It i is very odd," he thought, a> after securely
\, i As he passed one of the lamps, the light Ho was awakened nearly an hour afterward to starve and die for want of what would I "Cl'rtainly.Iastl'r Grhal. I havjf fastening! the door at the top of the
falling on his face rc\'call'llluullhioll1e young i by the sound of some one gently stirring have beenthe merest trifle to her; then with brought round a kettle, and I will make the staircase, he searched the whole upper por-
,. features, a mobile, sensitive mouth, and that the fire and moving: quietly about the a terrible !scream !she raised her lean arms water boil immediately. I suppose sir "- ion of the house, with the exception of thct
;f< ; particular formation of the e'ebrnws-not a 'room. Starting into a sitting posture, he above her head, ami sank down-down-the this tentatively-"you'll be going home today one room mentioned
lit t frown exactly, but a certuin draw of the I looked around him, bewildered for moment gold scattering as it fell out of her lap and ?" "I must get the key of that to-morrow"
tl brows-often considered to bespeak genius, and then recognizing his humble friend said rolling along the floor till its gleam was lost I tommie?" repeated the young man, "de he decided, standing gloomily with his back
hut which more surely accompanies an imipulslve laughingly I : in the outer darkness b(>)'onl1]. cidedly not. 111 never go homo again ti I to the fire and his eyes wandering about tin-

organization easily pleased, easily "I had lost myself could not I imagine Then Graham Coulton awoke in goodcattiest rllrl with sOle medal hung to mv or drwing.rool. where ho la,1 once again
depressed} capable of suffering very keenly ; : with the perspiration oozing from arm cut off I've' thought It all out, up his abode.
L 1 or of enjoying fully. In his short lifo hoI where"I I was. to !'Cco011: here, sir," was the every pore, with a tear and an agony on himsucli William. I'll go and enlist. There's talk of Even as the thought passed through his
hud not enjoyed much, and lie had suffered am" but sorry this is better than being out of as he hadne\'er before felt in all his existence war ; and, living or dead my father shall mind, he saw standing in the open doorway
) t a great deal. That night when he walked doors.reply ; It has come on a nasty night. I and with the sound of the heartrending have reason to rlnl his opinion about III)' a woman with white dishevelled hair, clad 1
i bareheaded through the rain, all'.iirs had around with me that, perhaps, cry : ."Oh! my lost life"-still ringing being I coward. in! mean garments, ragged and dirty She
f Ii .-come to a crisis. So far as he in his despairfelt brought n rug in." in his cars.Mingleh "I am sure the AlhUinl never thought lifted her hand and shook it at him with
able to sec or reason, the best thing ho you" would wrap the yourself time had brought with 11 II. too there"seemed to have you anything of sort sir" said William. menacing gesture: and then just! as be vas I
could do was to die. Tho world did not want I wish. at to same eat said you the man: been some lesson tor him which he had forgotten Why; you have the pluck of ten !" darting toward her, a wonderful thing (x'-
... him ; lie would be better out of it. me something young that try as he would, eluded! his Not before him," answered the young curred.
The door of one of the houses! stood" open, laughing" then sir?" asked memory, and which III the \'l'r'lll't of waking fellow. sadly. From beside the great mirror there glideda
1 stud lie could see in the dimly lighted hull I Are you hungry f glided away. Yun'll.nothing: rash, Master Graham ; secohd female figure at sight of which the '
tone concern.
wome few articles of furniture waiting to be William" in I a have had" nothing to eat sln'ebreakfa..t. lie lay for a little thinking about all this, ;you '1..tiug. or aught of that sort, first turned and tted.utteringpiercingshrieks
icmoved. ..\ van stood beside the curb and Yes ; and I commenced and then still heavy with sleep, retraced his in your :Uler'! as !the other followed her from! story to stur)'.
two men were lifting a table into !it as he, fort The governor sat down to luncheon way into dreamland once more. "If I what i is to }become of me?" Sick almost with terror Graham

t a second, paused. rowing;the and minute left we the table. But hunger It was natural, perhaps, that mingling asked the other. "I cannot dig-to beg I watched the dreadful pair as they CoUlul up
'I Aim," he thought, even these ]ioor people and I rose I dry and warm, and with the strange fantastil which follow in am l.hall'tl'hr.: hut for yon I should stairs past the locked rom to the top of the
does am
: have some place to go to, some shelter not signify ; in the train of night and darkness, the former not over my head I last house.It .
provided while I have not a roof to cover can. forget the other vision should recur and the young: man erelong night." was a few minutes before he recovered
: f my head, or a shilling to get a night's l lodg And it's too late now"the to shops buy are all shut: found himself toiling through scene Not much of a roof I am afraid, sir." his selfpossession.Vhmeim: lie did so. and
ing." And ho went on fast: as: If memory soliloquized the man think; sir," ho added after scene wherein the figure of the woman Not much (If I roof?" repeated the young' searched the upper apartments he found
were spurring him, so fast! that u man running long ago. Do you some he rail he had seen seated beside a tire held principal man Why, who (' desire a better? them totally cmpt)..
after had some trouble toovertakehim, brightening"you could manage : place. What a capital room this i is," he went on, That night, before lying down before the

Master Graham !Master Graham I" this and" cheese" ? I should call it a perfect feast?" lie saw her walking: slowly across the !floor looking around the apartment where William tire, he carefully locked and bolted the draw
p man exclaimed breathlessly! amid, thus addressed Do Ithink Coulton. But never mind munching a llnl'lI.t'Ihe who could hareall was kindling a tire ; "one might dine ing-room door ; before he did more he drew
the young fellow stopped as if lie nsuwcred Graham ''oulll1ha.l purchased the luxuries wealth can com- twenty people here easily !" the heavy' settee in front of it, so that if the
had been shot. about food toizighmtVilhianz and to ;aireithy.Villamu's \ ." maud; on the hearth contemplating her. t If you think so of the place. Master lock was force no entrance could be effected I
Who are you that know me?" he asked: trouble; enough unlan spare was" to Ilart to the stood u man commanding:;presence dressed: Graham, you might stay here for awhile, without ltolbll noise.
lacing round. \ down; stairs.Wl'r Presently i he reappeared in the fashion of a far gone-by t I 1I1l'. In his ti\01 have made up your mind what you For some time he lay awake then dropped
t "' 1.IilVitliain ; don't you remember \\ lU door ami run in one hand bread and eyes there WWlIl dark look of anger, on his going to do. The landlord won't make into a deep slumber, from which he was:
.i iam, Master Graham ? And Lord's sake carrving in and in the otherptJwter'Ull'lL"urc lips a curbing( mih"Hf disgust, andsomehow, any objection, I am very sure." awakened suddenly by noise iofouize-
lIb ...ir, what are; you doing out night like this cheese wrapped up full l'u\lt'r.of\beer. even in( his slevp, the dreamer understood it Oh nonsense"; he would want rent for thing scuffling! tealthiy I behind a the wains
without your hat?" a I tile ummeestor to the descendant: he beheld 1 house like this. cot. He raised his
.. hesaid, was on elbow and
could do sir, .. hl.nllf
y the best ap-
"I forgot it," was the answer ;" and I did It's "I had to beg this from the -that the house put to mean u-cs in which I daresay ; if he could get it. was Wi.lam's listened, and to II. consternation beheld
back and fetch U ologetieallv. far descended from its significant answer. seated the
-not care to go 'i"lIeru'tltu he lay had IIl'n'riO at opposite side of the hearth tin-
t "Then why don't you buy another, sir? lan lIutlr. health !" exclaimed the high estate as the woman i'o ;ossed of so pitiful 'hat do you titcaimVun't the place same woman he had before in his dreams
You'll catch your death of cold ; and, betai imergood" at 1 a stud, contaminated with the most despicable let?" e over her gold.
but it does look odd, young follow gaily, taking a long pull vice .No, sir. I did not tell last night but nla'leDtlg
sides, vou'll excuse me; "That tastes better than champagne and insidious i* or humanity you not quite out,and at that moiiient .
*if." the tankard. father's house." knows, for all other vices seem to have con- thl'rl was a murder done here. and people shot up a last tongue of flame. the
i .tl know that," said MasterGraham 1 grimly partaken' UIH'tlouhout of in my ?" ventured nectioniththe tlesh, but the greed of the are .h)' of the house ever since." light} transient as it was, he saw that Bv
tai in the "\\ ( \ ho bo you soul. .\ murder? What sort of murder? tt
but I a halfpenny miser eats into the very a
j 1 ; William who by this time having: I *' figure pressed ghostly finger to its h>. '
\\'Irltl: ,** seated on the inverted Filthy of person repulsive to look at, hard Who was murdered ? !n turn of its head and the f
t tt ; Have you and the master, then "-began emptied the coals was: wistfully now at the relish of healt, he vet beheld another phantom I A woman. Master Graham-the laud. its body seemed to be listening attitude tt
the man but there he!hesitated and stopped. basket, looking of his former master was. which, coming into the room, met her almost 10ftIl.I tcr-; she lived here alone, and WW lie' lmstenetl also-indeed he wa much J
"* JIad a quarrel? Yes, and one that will with which the son .. on the threshold, taking her by the: hand, to have lonl'hether she had frightened! to do aught else to
t other with a eating his breaid and dll't"!> \ for av.islance.Hecould not, she was found dead from stab ; more and more
e $Ust us our lives, tinUhed the decided tl1Wl'r.'h'n and pleading. as it seemed! (IF a in d listmct: grew the sounds which had aroused
,. : fitter laugh. No, was the he will only not Iwar all that passed, but a word her breast, and if there ever was any money lain, I stealthy rustling
now ?" hehearsit pouringcatsanddoKs and fell his ear.ml'talk:: :I it must have been taken at the same ne coming nearer and
And where are you going: now then upon till and it
and a ginnl up seemed
the deluge, hay behind the
'Going? Nowhere;, except to seek out hope I am out in former days ;some! mention of a fairyounginotber for none ever was found in the house from rlr-ul
I stone or the shelter of anarvli. drenching will ('oullUY pride. -an' appeal a* it nvnml to a time I that day to this." i "
t ? the man. .:. hail not dividedthem. hot stop here?" asked the lean- 11 were aln\.t hatenng -
gold man
.. joking, fcir the accursed greedor young in head with
father always hl fear.
I You are 1 My But then in
Iam sure am.
don't feel much In a mood for jesting..ejtiier. Hut mother." All in vain ; the hag only answered! I ing against the lauteb.hdr. and looking nomeiit saw what disabused I
a J hated 'lU as !he hated my him she had answered the children, andthe I thoughtfully! down on 'illiauu.t him of that
I' he overfond IAIi ., ota candle
bick with mae, Hater "Begging your jurd-Mi 1 sir, was girli and the old jK-ople In hU I \t sir. She could. not stand it any a etod"7iB.m theantlin. or lamp through
.4 ',Yibt y,'u ctUlIO at the Lat uur of your mother. I He tried tl Z bC,
I lnalwU1T; W., aN just .

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IIP strove to .llOut-n1t In vain ; and ii"inking lI4. I'. .\"'.:n\'. II I COXInx: 'TIM 1': CARD .1 ':h rila'l''II'r:1; : I Railway; : (to and from I'or Tampa and Key Went, '

down remembered nothing more I Savannah, and nil Northern, Eastern; and!
till he awoke to find the ;tray light of nil ot'TIIRT1.XTlf'.cH'U'I Western Cities.! vt \ M

early morning stealing! through one of the 1 .\ WKST; I INDIA TRANSll1 At Like (City daily with the Florida Central
!shutters he had left partially unclosed.For RAILROAD Railroad to and; from Jacksonville rpA.1IIA Sleamililp 'O'.H i.iN1',. .

L 1VERY AM) )HOARDING STAltLES.; 1'1N': IX$\1.An RAILROAD, Augustine, Palatka Enterprise) and landings ---- -- --- -----
hours after hi!* !breakfast, which lit ( Hn/i/o llra IIrll.) : on the St. Johns (liver
:scarcely touched long after William had left CARRIAGES; .\ l WAGONS ASHCfMltKRLAND At llaldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf
him nt midday: iraham Coulton having ill To and from :Steamers: and Trams.CON'r8.1r"fN : ROl'TIJ.: and West India Transit Railway: to and (from

the morning made a long and close survey Fernandina, Gainesville: ( Cedar: Key, and
of the house, sat. thinking before the lire, POll HAULIXO, ET\ /., llfftft; ./ '/tirimry! lt 18\/1.t with steamers: for TampaKey West and
then, apparently, having made up hit: mind, KOU svu: : I Havana.(
he put on the hat that he had bought, and At ('limit tabuoeteethire( times! weekly with
alsti sOtTll
lon'mH'fHIll:4.: :: ( ;: )HARXESS.( :
went .
Out.1'Iien he returned the shadowswere (t'HTXU:: WAGOXs.; Leave Atlanta, (Sa. '.'.iri ,r. M.. the People's' : l.itH'11111 Central Line Hoats\; : to (CARRYING I THE: I'. S. MAIL.I
evening ,tad from Columbus, l Ent'aula: Fort Ua tines,
Ix\ive Macon ( ;.4.> 1'. M.
darkening down but thca"CIlIellts\ a11-TlalM5 CASlLti.a .\pnladl l'oln. and other River landings.XtY : .
Leave Briinirk, (! .t,13! I
: a v. H I.
were was ChriMmas full of people: live, and going}all marketing who had for it ?!.Otlice and :-Iahle-Fir: t Street, near Arrive Fernandina, Flu...............lO.l.'i\ .t. M.Ixave "'II"drllll'lIIlIl, Elegant, :Sleeping Lucas: ) amt Parlor Coat lies, ONE: of the staunch and, elegant Steameis {
money Patent between
: run daily
J to spend seemed bent on shopping.It Brool1lItl'l't:: Wharf. 4Mf! Fernandina: .10.'to:: ) .\. M.Arrive Tallahassee Jacksonville.ir the above Line will leave Cedar Key
was terribly dreary inside the old house -- Italdwin : l.'.'.*> r. M. : every Monday at 4.oo: ) p. m., for
'tjuuk time, sure l'Olllll'I'lioll.'l'rrl'l't\
that night. Through the deserted rooms Leave:( Haldwin for Jacksonville...: Lat: t'. ;1-, safety. ElICL1.11:1'I: : Tampa. .Manatee,

was! wandering mournfully. When UNPRETHS'Card Leave It.ildwin ; : And Itraideiitonn,
be : for Ccd.ir Key .. .. I..V r. M.
turned his back be knew she
was flitting Arrive Waldo (Junction 1'. R. R) .. 1.11 I'. M. '(*r and Ocean SfointihoalN.
from the mirror to the lire, from the lire to ... and every Monday and Thursday at 1:1"1:(
Leave "
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the mirror : but he was not afraid of her }1J8A &oBEST .lrrivcaiut'sville.;: : ........ ............... 5.17 r.I' M.M. r.,',' 11OitG.1N I. INE"tr.tuVSr p. m". for
now -he was far more afraid of another It coi Bold inyour town roc 1881
matter he had taken in band that day. :. can g ttlImbrmnl. Leave Gainesville: .V.l: !. I'. M. Punta Itanna",, and Hey "'('Ht.
Oa l'bnol Card for Cat. Arrive Cedar Key. I.IO!> : I'. al,
The horror of the silent house grew and JocuellD4 Pri_ f'''.Olduc-.l_,m-ft"s-J
'I'rainsto.laeksonvilleamid! North of Itald\
grew upon him. He could hear the beatingof DAYWLANDItETIIt'WBO\9pnu. .
his! own heart in the dead quietude which ...,p... win daily. Connections: made at Cedar Key with the

reigned from ,garret to cellar.At lin'XlI NORTH. Florida Transit Railroad from\ and; to all

last Williallll'ame ; but the ,'ounglllan t'lISCRIIlK; TO THE; MIRROR. PER Leave Cedar: Key. 4.15 A. M. points North and West ; at I'unta RasMiwithSteamer : I
said nothing to him of what was! in his S annum $1 for six: months $2: Arrive (;Gainesville) s.ll .\. M. :: for Fort dyers., Fort (;;;den, and
mind. lie talked to him cheerfulv! and ; : Ix-ave <(Gainesville.<:: : .*. tL'n.tH.) Pine Level.
hopefully t'nou.th-wollltl'rl'ti; where hIs father Arrive Waldo, ( I'. R. R. June.). !i.4s *. M. Us. .ii A 11, ': .\ >INIIIIS Through Tickets are on sale at )Feniandina -

would think he hail got to, and hoped\ 1'a(1ertaikitig. 1.t'I'c"IIIln.. j 9.5,4 ,t. M. -- -----------i-iT-r Jacksonville" Gainesville I 1 and, Cedar

M r. Tynan might.send, some Christmas: :; Arrive Balllwlll..I.1: 17 I'. M. Key, at ,greatly reduced rates! for all principal
pudding. Then the man said it was time IC. ]1. 1I.XIUnSOX.: : Leave Will leave Cedar Key points, on the Gulf ('''"::011..J. .
Jacksonville CII H Route.ll.I5.
t for him to go, and, whenIr.. Coulton went ( II. ) M. J. 11 I. 11.1.1'11ieu'I[ [ ( Ag't.
Arrive llaldwin. ::?.: I'. M. FOK NEW: ORLEANS) EYERY: "FRIDAY; \ .
downstairs! to the hall-door, remarked the lit: Cedar Key, 1.'la.t. .

key was! not in it. Leave Italdwin l .". .. ........ .........12.10. I'. M. I
1 Xo," was the answer, I took it out to Arrive Fernandiia: ..... "....... ........ \.In:! l< t'I.. : ...- H.\ \\XS.\II, FERXAXDIXA: ) "t.tXI' >\
11ito oil it." leave. Fernandina..13: | I'. :H.
It wanted oiling," agreed "'illiam"furit Leave Itrunsvvick. .S.tH( ) I'. H 1. FOR K IW: I--T::: AND\ HAVANA .\ )

worked terribly still'" Having uttered Leave Macon: .s.jo( .\. M. EVERY:: :SATURDAY.PARSON'S : .
this truism he departed.) Arr \Atlanta, ( 1.15 I'. :M. ,7-.1.\1 'K ():-i 1 I.1.1.: ..t;1,
Very slowly the young man retraced his Trains to Cedar: Key and South of !Itald\

way to the drawing-rooul, where he only cTh win, daily l'Xl'l'ptnllfhn':: '1'.1- )

paused to lock the door on the outside! then ,V HALE: .
: .lgemils.9.1it
i ito
taking off his boots, he went up to the top Waldo .. 1'lIleO" ( 1I 1.1Nh I .
r lirnmh. .
of the house, where, entering the front attic MHHTAKIK.: : ( ) !) :\ Cedar Key, FIll
lie waited patiently' in darkness and in ilINl SOI'TII. -. --- -- -: ............... ........."..................... :

silence.It FIFTH ST.. FKUNAND1NA: FLA 1.t'llve'n1.10 Junction................ li.H) A. M.Leave M I .\ LLORY'Sn I

was u (long I time, or, at least, it seemed Hawthorne. ;.10 A. H. VII
long to him, before he heard the same sound Arrive Lochloosa:; S.10() A. M. .OIUIt.\ S'I.HIIII.IX.: .':. i
1) l'iiAL KOUKS.; METALLIC); CAS1-N: ,
which had aroused him the
on previous! liOINll NORTH. SEA ISLAM
night-a stealthy rustling, then a ru h of 1) WOODKN) : ( 'OFFIXH'il': CASKKTS.Telegraphic ::; : Leave Lochloosa: ................... ."..lO.w.t.H.( > I)' unreel Line lo Xew. "'ogle.A KOUTE.rnni .

cold air, then cautious: footsteps, then t the :3.-.lm orders! promptly attended\ Leave Hawthorne.10.45' \. M. -'II" ,

quiet opening of a door below. Arrive Waldo Junction........".....12.15: I'. M.
It did not take as long in action as it has Trains (frolll'lIllln to Lot hloo aand l return\ XI.NNI..I A* .tliiliniKiiM hail Sleain-
St.n''N mid Tliititire.TICIITY :: II Ell()tIC(11.\ AND FLOIMDA!
required to tell. In a moment the young" Tuesday! Thursday! and :Saturday.CONNECTIONS.: \ Nhil' .hlt'. I
man was! out on the landing\ and had closed ) ( ) INLAND STKAMHOAT: : ( '0,
u portion of the paneling on the wall which S A- iucoTiiiie: ATLANTA.Close :Sailing: from Fernandina every two weeks! on ..... .

:stood open ; noiselessly crept back to the l'il'I''Il\Ill'ilrt'l'l) opposite 1'ost-Ollice S. S. (.it,. of .\111'6. ....
attic window, unlatcfied( it, and sprung a connection\ is made Atlanta.. (Ga., : r 1 lam h.G'. 4; : -
:: STIVKNS.S. >rAsa
rattle, the sound of which echoed far and! to and frnllllll1l'oillll1'o..lh.. Ea"I1'1'1 :11111XO..th"'l. Captain) : : ..' UJ.'J: ;j "J t.. '

I near through the deserted streets, then ru-h. t "ail\' '. P-l N. 4'aroiidelel, ;; ,
.. .
ing down the stairs! he encountered t ( a man, \T M MO.S, i.v., 'uptain( ) HM( 'K. __ ....-_;_, _
who, darting past him, nude for the landing With Trains" for Eufanl.i, .Columbus, (G.I.; ..
above but, )perceiving that way of escaperloM'il Montgomery, lubilennl' New (Orleans.VT 1_ -
:; (lied down again, to find I (iraham
Flatuslimxl.: :" f11'itli \., / .
struggling desperately with his: fellow. ib -...
(Jive him the knife-come along; ," lie Xl'Yorl.. and Fcrimmlina, Steamship \ \ F1.C1IIII.TIXHlT( ) : : l RAILROAD.: (
s Line from New York'I'IIIIl'da: at
:aid, savagely ; and the next instant Graham
felt .-Ollll'lhill : like a hot iron through p (NftK 10.'toa.:; m., and for New Yoik. mi Friday, at .
bis: shoulder, and then; beard thud, as cueut' Ito.: :'t.lop.\ / m.: from Na :saii, N. I'., on Wrdiu's-( : TI)
the in his (flight fell d.iv ; for Nassau: N. \I'., on Wednesday.:; THE. : !FINE: :STEAMSHIPS: ; :: : ,
men rapid
tripping; : With (Georgia maul Florida! Inland :Mcam-: All I'oinlN Xorlli and {l'cmoI. ,
from the of the stairs to the bottom.
top wisTr.itTIAS.: : : .
), Co. from -.I\'lIlIlIlIh;
nat : na'l'uesday'tslnes! f fover
.\t the moment there came crash
same a oll'ering I'ollltirlllIrinl"'II, a delightful! sail
and ; 1 CAPT.\ I MIXES I I :
day, Fridav :Sunday ; Savannah: on ,
as if the house was falling, and (faint, sick and a strictly inland water-course, full\ of
and bleeding, young Coulton lay !insensible Tuesday, Friday Sunday.With .. ('.'1'\' or n.\ .....\ interesting\ scenery.
; ,' .
Charleston :Steamers: ( 1. Jnhit ami
4)11 the threshold of the room where Miss! C.\ 1'1'. RISK.ONE The PVI.VCK m: SrKVMinx: ,
from ami
Tynan had I been murdered.'When City 1'"i,1)) Savannah: CharlestonWednesday ,

he recovered he was in the dining-\ and l'illntlalir; Savannah:: and : of (he above Steamers! will leave V I. O II I I> A
room and a doctor examining his wound. STOYIIS.:: 1'\: 'I'I';U1: KANGKUS.: : ::: Charleston Mondav and\ Friday. for New York every Friday ,
\\'ith:11'0111I1'1':: J'luni daily to; :11,11'1'0111, :: Captain JOHN FiT/.iiKuvin,
Near the door! a policeman! stillly kept TIN .\SIIKKT-IKON:: ; WAItK: :, (to suit the tide).
guard. The hall was full of )people ; all the Mary's, (,'a., and scmi-wcikly to and from' This line, having no I transfers to make I I
misery and vagabondism the ,.lrl''II'II'olltaill ROOFING) AND! Gl'TTKRING:\ ( :St.: Mary's River: Landings.VT ; hI'!ween l AND'

that hour had crowded in to what hail 1 \i.n\viv, vs.t.,
at see ( 'l'llumOtlIl'e IJ', Kic.; I'l'l:X.1N1)IN.1)\ AND NEW: YORK( ) : (-ITV or IIIeIIGI'ro:
happened.Through. 1'ith'I'rauis for !Live 1 Tallahassee:; and
the midst two men were being .\ large stock of Stoves:: on hand five: us all points: in Middle, ,\ and West Florida.vr Oilers I the Captain ----,

conveyed to the station-house: ; one with n call, and compare\ our prices with those of 1JEST: .\ X I'' (CHEAPEST: I TRANSPORTATION :: -
his head: dreadfully injured on a stretcher, other houses, here or elsewhere. 1.111'111.0111'4\ \ TO FLORIDA!: SHIPPERS.Vegetable' : I.cnme.lmirkbonviileelcry Monday,Wednesday -
(tlw other handcuffed uttering frightful imprecations '- With Steamer:: J////K/ for all points and and Friday, I by Steamboat! Ixpress,11:1's: :
and l Fruits will receive' specialcare '
as he went. ICa roads., landings: on Orange j Luke, ollllrrJ\'lIlof Peninsular in a. m. !
After a time the house:; was cleared of the : lhuulruud'I'raimi. handling.I'.lslNllu Leave Fernandina\ by Steamer:: Florida, on

rabble the police took possession:; : of it, amid AT ) : RAILROAD.JCKSOXVII.LK l FIRST-CLASS.l : ( :::; Arrive at Savannah Thurs.day .
:Mr. Tvnau was sent for. FLHtIll.lEXTH.I. :Stiv'; Line for 1 Orals and Tampa on every''I'ueslay,
,,That was that dreadful noise?" asked Monday, Wednesday: and Saturday ; from The traveling !public mire nlli'r'd the advantages 1I1I.II'iIlIl..la\ u. min.1'Irsacnmunvtiun .
Fi.\. Manh 1(1( IST'J.!
iraham feebly, now Sl'utl'lloll the floor with Ocala and'1'unipa'I'ues lay: Fridav 1l1II11'i1l1l'l of a DIRECT:( (LIXE:, WITHOUT : made! nt Savannah with
Oil and after this date Trains this
on Pal.iee :: of the OCEAN: STEAMSHIP ;
his back resting against the wall. day. AXY (CHAXGES. Connections made at Steamships)
"I I do not know. Was there a noise1. will run as follows : AT CKinil: lay, KI.V., Jacksonville with all steamboats for all :: J COMPANY=" every Wednesday and

said )1 r. Tynan, humoring his fancy as bethought DAY l'\ slxmm.: ( (ExnI'1'11: :: vv.) With Tamjia Stcamshiu Co.'s Line for \.Hints: on the St./ John's, (Ocklawaha, and Saturday, f for New York. Also with llostonv

Leave Jacksonville:; ..................... Mt:; <) A. M. Tampa and Manatee :Monday and Thursday, It ndian Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad Haltiniorc( ., ; and, Philadelphia' steamers. ., and

Yes, in the dra ving-rotnn, 1 think ; (the Leave Baldwin ........................... !11:10):: .. M. at 4 p. m., and for Key Nest Sunday and; at Fernandina for all railroad stations, with all rail lines, to all points: North amiWest.

key is in my 'pocket." Leave I ake City ...........................11:1:1.I.:: : Thursday, at (5 )p. m. in Florida .
Still humoring the wounded lad )(r. Ty Leave Live Oak.......................... 1:1w: ) r. .I. With the United States! and Havana Fast FUEllilITS1I: ; ) PASSENGER: (; : RATES i i.t4 Slate-Rooms:: \ and, Through Ticket",

nan took the key and ran up\ stairs. Arrive at Savannah, ...............'...... 8:15: i>. I. Mail Stt'aaa'r.1ulairnl: for Key West, I lavana, LOW AS IIY IXDIRECT: : LIXES. apply to
When he unlocked the door what a sight; Leave! :Savannah: .......................... MOO:.() A. M. Cuba, on arrival of SI'ceial'l'rui 11, every Tuesday
;?irTlirough Rates: and Hills of ( \
met his eyes The mirror had fallen-it was Leave Live Oak.......................... .: afternoon, at l.so: ) p. III. From Havana' : leading I.ete A Alden'M Tonrlt OllleewtJacksonville
to all >!nts.
lying all over the floor shivered into a thousand Leave Fake City .......................... :7.0"M.: I. Cuba: and Key West every :-allmla: )'. :Spy: For]H
1 pieces; the console table had been Ix-ave Italdwin'............................ : ('Iallralll to connect. p.tssage: or further information, applyR. -Corner of Hay( and Ocean
brought; down by its. weight, and the marble .\rrireut Jacksonville\ 8.05: r. M. With Steamer Kntrrpritr, for |>ointsoii the! III 1:. W. .sOl'THWICK.( j Streets:: ; Nt..1ugustlut'--atax:: BIoI/III IIdl I',..
slab wa* IIhattl'ri'llu'4 well Hut this was! not )1.11.XU KXl'RKSS.: : ; (Dvn.v..) Suwannce !River Thursdays M at .1 i a. III. Agent, near the I'ust-Ofh'e) ; I'milatku-\1'.4).1Voltz.'
whatchained! his attention. Hundreds, thousands Leave Jacksonville...................... 5'io:: v. M. For information respecting routes, rates, C. 11. MALLORY\ A (CO., ; Hotel.1111)(111')( Drug' :Store; ( ; )Fernandina, Egmont:
of gold pieces were scattered about leave White Hou (;:15 etc., apply to
: p. M. I'icr:1): East: River. Xl'1I..k.. :2tI111111IEII ( '
and an aperture behind the glass contained Leave Italdwin............................ 7H:( ) I'. M. .1.. O. MAcDONELL)( : -- ,-- --._-- --- ------ GUSTAVE: II1i'II'1 -:\ !-:,
boxes filled! with securities and deeds and Leave Iarbyville......................... 7:2' p. M. Gcn'l Tii ket and Pass: Agent.D : H'JlIltlr..I-I: : ; 19uss..lg't 1 Sea Hand Route.
bond, the possession of which had cost 1m leave Sanderson:: ... M.C7: p. M.iAave E.: MXWKLI.I ., Gcn'l Supt.\ :21 J. N. IIARRIMAN
U-'wi J
sister hw life. --- -- --- Manager.ZiTHT. .
I Olustee. 8:4.: : p. M. --.-- -.. -

Leave Mt. Carrie. 9.U1: p. M. JACKSONVILLE: MARY'S RIVER-: : \
Well, Graham, and what do want?" : RAILROAD. ... .
you Arrive Lake CII) 1IjI:: 1'. M. w ----" -----
a-ski-d Admiral Cuulton that evening us his MASTER TKVSS-oKr\TIONV! HKKK:, I ITALLAIISSKK JAM : ion l1 \'.
Leave Live 2:15: A. H.Vrrjve S STI p.K'KirrjTIIK !
| JOII.VH I : ( .'J'\ .O.X'I' J (; _:
eldest born before !
appeared him. looking Tallaha-ssee. 7.OA.( )f.Arrive Fi.v., February a, IMH.t j !

somewhat pale, but otherwise unchanged. Albany.............................1U:45A.ra: On ami I after Monday, February :2, IH.SII" ..___ __ __ ---- '* want nothing." was the answer, "butto .\rriveSavannah. !MW: A. M. passenger: trains: of this road: will run as follows .

ask:; your forgiveness. William has told Leave Savannah 4:3r.: H. viz: .
me all the fetory I never knew before ; and leave Albany 4.1)0: ) p. M. PASSENGER; : 'fI\I: -1'\1': ItOl'XD.'

if you let me. I will try to make up\ to you Leave Tallahassee; 5:45: r. )I. Leave Chattahootlice..daily at.... :2 (IMII'. M. iM '

for the trouble" you have bad. I am provided Leave Live 2:15 A. M. Leave (lullll'y.................... '. ...... .'122P.M.: ) KTY.\IJtJI

for, went on the young fellow, with a Leave I..akl'l'ilv ... 3:50:: A. M.x IA'a\'c Tulluhu"I>el!.............. ...... (0Is" I'. M, t' L Oil A
nervous laugh ; "I humatiI..' my fortune I 'avcMt. (Carrie. 4:18: A. M. leave MonticelU .............. ...... 7 10 p. M. J.\U'rll ,

since I left you, and another wane fortuneas x-ave Olustee.! ...... 4:40: A. M. leave Greenville.............. ...... 8 :W 1'. M.l..ca'e Captain )RKIMKIMO.Captain
.well.. Leave Sanderson..... Si'JO:: AI.. Madison.................. ...... !ii'jiip.t : M. TIIJ.leave\ Fernandina Jacksonville\ -
I think you are out of your ht'IISl.'I'I"lIaitl! x.-avc Darby ville. 555.. M.eavelialdwin Leave Live Oak................. ..... :2 15 A. M.Arrive 1 aid 1'l1lal kn, and intermediate landings fr DAILY HERVICE.-A5.: ;
the Admiral shortly. (!::4O A. M. Savannah............... ...... !II (sr ,. )I. I' on the St. John's River, and Savannah

"No, sir. I have found them," was the l..ea'e"hlh' House.................... 7:05: A. M. Arrive Tbomasville ........... ...... (J.ViA. M.rrvc and (Charleston, an folown : The Flora leaves Fernandina. for 'uu.

answer; "and I mean to strive and make a Arrive Jacksonville; .................... 7:50 A. M. .\ Albany.................. ......1025 .. H. From FcrnundiiuFOR \ River lundiiipt Monday St.Mary'
every Wednettduy
better thing of my life than I should ever On Mail and Kxpress Train Sleeping Cars Arrive LakwCity................ ...... 'l3.: ) .,. )I. and 'rillu-rt'tllrJIill on .
have done had I not" gone to the Old Housein run through to and from Jacksonville\ and Arrh Balli will................. ...... (525 A. M. J.\f'KHOX\'II.U: AND PALATKA, and Saturday.Tbe Tiit'sluy'rhurmday

"Vauihall, Walk. Savannah ; also: Lucas :Sleeping: : Cars run ArriteJukwnville.\ .......... ...... 7's'.t.' M. fir EVERY: : 1\'EINIHi.ly.-'s.; : 3 Murtbu; leaven Fcrnandina for same
Vauxhall" Walk What i is the lad talking rough to and from Jacksonville\ anti Tal- Arrive .Fernandina........... ..... 'J lo ... M. |prints every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

about? ahassoe.FERNANDINA. Arrive Gainesville\ ............ ...... 501 p. ml. From Fernundina -returning! Monday.
"I will tell yntl. sir if I may tit down1was KXl'IlfXS: : ;, (U.UL '.. Arrive (slar Key .............. ...... !tt'.vtr.: M. Friday. every N'uihiewlay'uud
Graham Coulton's answer and then be I I FOR SAVAXXAH AND ciLlitL1''roxtrll'1IIY :
told tills tory.-/lIJlM leave Jacksonville.... .................11:15 A. M.rri"c P.S'-::1NER TRAIX-WFXr: ; JtOl'XD.Ixave .
.\ Italdwin..........................12:30: p. M. Jacksonville! .....daily at.... 5 i ::11' p. M, ? : : : FRIDAY.-f>V. Through IIIIU of Lading,

FOIC H.\ 14.:. Arrive Fcrnamlinu...................... 3:40: p. M. Ix-ave Fcrnandina ............ .....10 :1I) A. M.Ixave 'lose: connccti'in made with tcamen for Ia\' .I.iI.1. )It1"I4 LINE of t Steamer* to l(' .
Leave .Fernandina.....10'JO( : M. (Jaine ville\ .......- ..... ...... !f uy .,. M. Mi-llonville and : nl.-o nth iMhits{ oi> the miry"
'::. :" ; I1m' I': CONTAIVIMi x-ave Italdwin............................ 1:3: p. M.rrin Leave a.lar Key .............. ..... 1 :ii I t. M.Ixaue for Ocklawahu! Eincrjirise River also, ut w Savannah- ('lots C'oniiection
VDESIRAHLE ( Piazza .\ Jacksonville\ SA'i r. M. I Jtaldwin ................. '' ...... "no ''. v.Ixsive ; (
Clo-et. front with for New
McamiTtf York.
large Yanl Orange, Lemon 'and Banana J'asx'ngf-rs; for Fernandina and (' '(Iaf Keyake ,I lake City ............... ...... !.t II'' ... M.Ixavc )IWtou und Jhlrhllllfl'.l1ll1ll1t.Charleston Philadelphia with, made with the New Yoik, Charleston nn.

' i Trees. Centrally 1.0l'U1t'l0'4111\ title, etc. this train. No train (non Italdwin to I :Savannah: ............... ...... 1a)1-. M. steuinerx for New York Haiti- Savannah Stt'amnvrs.
For further i"articular*, inquire at thisoffice. Cedar Key on Sunday.CoN.vecrioNii. Leave Live Oak................ ...... 2 15 .\. )I. und with Xortheantcrn, Philadelphia.South/} Curlo- GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS; *
4-tf : .-At Italdwin with A., G. itW. Leave Madison! ....."........_ ...... :i 51 .\. M. snore for :
lieu lUilnuuU for routex North lust: und IWcnjjcr: Excursionists and T.nrhmwill
-- -- --- -- I. T. R. R., for 1'V.lar Key, Gainenville Leave Green ville............... ...... I31A.H: Wt'st.1'lits're14.1". find Ibis ut tract he thwenery *
and Fernandina and all point* North and Leave Monticello! ............_ ...... 5(10( \. M. i 14 grand a\ery and trip and UK tithe'<
810 IlewurdWill West ; at Lake City for Tallahassee, Albany, .lrrive'rallabassce............ ...... 7 "0 A. M. : '. PASSEXGER: ; : .\'C( '() UJO.. are abundant..ftr alligator
Leave Tallahasst............... .... 8 3D 11.\TIOX game
be given for trouCto convict the one Joa\"alluah: and all |M,inU North and West ; A.M. Either: of the above Steamers Iw
who destroyed the sign board on the 1-mile at Jacksonville with St. John. River Steamew. leave Ojiiney' .............. ..._ ." .....100S ,. )I. Through Tit.kt-U and Staterooms secured ('laurtt'rt'lll.tr exciioion >urtii-u ut can t linn-

post near the railroad .1.01"s.W. J. H. MrELROY, Arrive l1IattalalJllldu.e........ ......11 I l :o .,. ". al\llull l"forlUl1tilJlfurnl"lltd ut ottlce, corner For further infornmtloaaptily|! tu'any. ,

V. SCOTT, W. )(. D tviinojr, Master T..Ulp.U.ul.erinhndent. coxxEcnoxs.: : ('t'lIln'ulI.l !Second .trcttn.20ly .\. H. XOYES: Afcvut.25v2 .
Road ('owllIiJcl.ioncf'mandina Dist. At live Oak Lilly with the Savannah, :: C..1. SO\"l'H.: I : 2v3: : Fcrnandina. Kb.trUE .




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11 ,. TIIE FLURIDAMIImout 1 since our internal improvement system! was .S'.i VANNAlt TAKES JACKSONVILLE it has been the silent recipient of this unnecessary EDUCAT10N. -AT THE SO UTlf.

____ __ .__ _. adopted, and South Florida on the one hand UNDER TIER PROTECTION. charity We do not know how thisi THE t tVF.It"TI1F THE SOUTH( AT SEWANEE: : :,

SATURDAY, FKlinUARY M, 18SLTIIK and West Floridaon the other, ore yet to receive We have heard that parties interested' with i but it does not make much difference one TENNESSEE.: : :.

the benefits guaranteed to them by that Adolf haggler have recently purchased the way or the other South has never been indifferent to
Y It All APPROPRIATION.;: system. Itimnfde efforts arc now malt'illg to Atlantic Railroad,and which Gulf runs and from West Fernnndina India Transit to We rather imagine that all three' of the I the !subject\ of education. In former times

,I The river and harbor bill, lifter n protracted provide for these completions of the original Cedar Key, and crosses! the Florida Central cities will, through their railroad mangers, her !sons' were !sent' to England for an education

i' discussion and considerable opposi- lines requiring the construction! of over three at lialdwin ; and that if the !sale> of the 2oth: go striving to get all the business they and in later times Northern colleges
I hundred miles of new road. This alone will September 1871)), be confirmed it will bo and although) Savannah does
3 '; ion, passed the House of Representatives their policy to run the three railroads in possibly can ; received a large patronage from the South' .
l. virtually as it came from the committee tax all the financial ability of the State to one interest. not pat Fernandina on the back quite so Indeed( it may: safely be asserted, that the

provide for. However desirable or Import. We feartliatsuch an administration! would, much as Jacksonville, yet she will try to
;.; : with the Florida" items ns heretofore given proportion, of Southern young men who received
1 ant these projected lines may be to thosecOlllll1uniticHe"pl'cth'c1y not he favorable! to our sister! city of Jacksonville make for this want of encouragement by
It up) education than
was referred to the Senate committee on ', which j is ) and a collegiate' was larger
now so nourishing,
interested! in them in that contestfor
commerce, who, it is announced, will lose whose future promises to be !so prosperous.We still more earnest endeavor that of Northern young men. Hence, the
it would not he wise in the effort assist
to would not wish to have Fernandina self-advancement' which is the inevitable the' South maintains in
no time in considering! its provisions and reporting high position( which I .
all, to find that we have In any crip- lose one dollar of her trade but woulelrl.gr.t
we law of nature. '
and in the
it back of professions.Nearly .
to the Senate, when it will, the halls: Congress,
r. J. pled or delayed' the superior claims of the to !see\ a check placed upon the progress -
I! doubtless, pass with some amendment), and of Jacksonville, which j is rapidly becoming Since writing the above, we see the follow every Southern state had a state university
people of West and South Florida If roads
'(,f I. go to the House for concurrence. The House << an important commercial city and ing sharp rejoinder in the Florida Union; : in successful operation before the
can be constructed! with outside aid should
i' will, on motion of the chairman, move non- we the favorite winter resort of the people of expression) war, and had not these institutions been
welcome such aid, but if the whole or larger the United States.-tiavtinnnh X"I'II.We .

concurrence, und a committee of conference, part of the basis! upon which to !sustain! newenterprises had !supposed, until this article informed the foot of it we arc led to remark that the seized and prostituted to political purposes'
who will adjust differences and report the is interests of this city will not be likely tosuf-- after the war by tbe carpetbag state gOVl'rll.'
expected to come from the use! us differently, that the
'Mil back, and it will be passed. It is! unlikely appearance fer, at the handsof any railroad management mcnts.tbey' would at once have resumed their
of State lands, we should be cautious and of Mr. Haines at Jacksonville, armed with n more than it has formerly done by the
that change for better .
any or worse, economical in granting lands until the recognized check for four hundred\ thousand dollars to management of the railroad interests centering prestige importance.
will be made by the Senate far Floridais the educational plans of that
so as Savannah. merchant In this Among great
lines of the purchase Every
greatest iaportumiceareplaced or offer! to purchase, the Florida !
concerned. We may, therefore, reasonably in advance. Central city has! been, for years, painfully, conscious day the bishops of the Episcopal Church,
Railroad had something in it of the
anticipate that Cumberland Sound will of the odds: against us arising from this cause. headed by those eminent' prelates, Bishops
usual !selfishness of railroads and railroac1l1Iallagt'r A Florida which looked to the building -
receive its $100,000, and the St. .Jolll1s bar its THE:; EAST FLORIDA CLAIMS. We had innocently supposedthat up of our system own ports, would. certainly be Polk Elliott and Otcy' proceeded' in 1859 to

I $100,000, and that these two important and i We publish below the text of the bill reported their desire! to purchase this road was }preferable to one which regards this State us! lay the foundations of a great university, to

1 t valuable improvements will be carried on to by the committee.' Of course there is to protect' the Savannah., FloridaVestern! legitimate feeder to Savannah. be" for the common benefit of the Southern I

valuable results. no chance whatever of the bill passing at in its control of freights from the West by states especially, to emulate (the great universities !

I Florida\ is being developed all its! length this session, and all that has been really accomplished the EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE.OUNKSVIM.E \ of the Old World and to give to the
!stopping Jacksonville Pcnsacola it
up !
February 22 1 1881.
and breadth. We can no longer measure is the securing of a favorable report Mobile Railroad South the means of obtaining a higher education -

the growth of the future by the l past. We of the committee, and this is: a good from any outlet exceptover The people Gainesville arc jubilant over within her own borders.
the Savannah road Hut all this itseems
construction of the
the of the
I t are to form an important community, controlling deal. If, at the next session! the bill can be is a mistake.' The commission i so 1'alatka}prospect Railroad. early All works of public improvement The University\ of the South at Sew anee q ,i

peculiar productions alone reachinginto referred at an earlier day, and a prompt report was the outcome of this plan. It was in
wisely appointed' by thc State of Georgia; benefit communities
the tropics, and giving to the rest of our obtained, it may be' possible to get t the has not only reformed railroads: : in the matter undoubtedly advance of anything which had been then
common country a refuge under 1 the ..Uneri- measure through that Congress.Our :'! by their expenditures although they deemed attainable in this country. The war
t of exorbitant rates!, but it has, after' a their stockholders.The .
not be to
can flag to tho-io from all parts of the United readers are aware, we presume, oft the severe though triumphant effort in the may profitable Railroad postponed for a long period the accomplishment -
immediate value of the 1'alatka
States, who ntH forced to seek a tropical foundation of this claim, which is: for losses! courts bad such of the great plans outlined by the pro
t .clime fertile in the fruits and vegetable a happy effect upon the it seems to us, is the openingof short wisdom
sustained by the Spanish inhabitants of morals jectors. With great a preparatory
of railroad
dispositions manetigers line from the river St. Johns to the Transit
productions which arc luxuries! to the rest of Florida by the incursions of United' States that school was opened in 18G3 to be supplemented
we now f find them going about
Road at Hawthorne distance of only thirty
mho country. Our commerce is to grow beyond troops into Florida in 1812 and 1813, while : benevolent' in 1872 with a university, and in 1880

present conception: and we shall need it was a Spanish province. A part of the upon!Savannah it expeditions.' the Savannah miles! thus giving a convenient and speedy with a theological school. Over one thou-
"seems (or to the railway and steamship lines'
all the general government will bestow to amounts awarded has been paid. The payment Xeivt, we do not know which) has organized northward. sand youths have matriculated at Sew anee

:,!J i improve our harbors. of these long-withlwllinwardi! will bea : n society for the protection of innocent' Palatka is: already anticipating that this within the period of about 12 years, and the

great help to the descendants: of the Spanish I school has established itself in the affection
cities' who bereft of their natural l
young line will take a large amount of trade and
THAT TRUNK LINE AND NEW inhabitants. of its pupils, and of the South., The plan of
fuul themselves unable
protectors, to meet traffic having its terminus on the river. This
RAILROAD IJll OJ ROTS. We have the full report of the committeeon the hard knocks which selfish world a long winter vacation precisely suits the
eagerfor will be true to a considerable extent, so far
The opening up of an interior region by these claims. It is exhaustive! and con its own prosperity is apt to give in the as heavy freights are concerned, und freightsof Gulf states:' and the extreme' and exceptional

means. of n railway is a matter of vital iiu.portance clusive. They report the following bill and struggle.Imngiiie. healthiness! of the mountain plateau in Tennessee
Western' produce entering at Cedar Key
to its citizens, but railroads are ex- recommend its adoption : with what rare delight the sagacious and destined for the St. Johns river country. where it is located, has been a strong

4 cnsive to build, expensive to operate, and A bill to provide for the complete executionof manager of the Haul system' of railroads factor in its favor.
the river will
the ninth article of the of IHW!!> Orange growers on probablyfind
and The moderate charges able instructors and
must have reasonable certain income to ,
from that brain toil which has
between the United States and Spain escapes it to their advantage to place their fruit
justify their construction. In Florida, just lie it enacted by the Senate and Jlvnsc nf thrown so many men into u prostrate mental on the curs at Pulatka to go through via the refined! society, make Sewanee a very desirable Vi:i

.: r' now, we are having what may be called a Ilepmcntatircn of America, in (.Jomjrcus iimvtbleil. : condition ; and armed with a basketful Transit or Waycross Road for Northern mar institution for our youth, and the fact
railroad boom and projects for railroads That the secretary of the treasury be, that religion and learning are there practically
t paper of-a-foiir-/ ""d rrd-t hfJIM'I JIIIdollar c/icrfr.anda Strawberries and
and he is: hereby, authorized directed to kets. early vegetables, on
I are very numerous. These projects arc authorized receive the benevolent face, goes about relieving these : associated gives to parents: an assurance of
pay to the person!) to account of the saving of time obtained, will\
g ? mostly LUl'ell11'! ''" the idea of a division! of same, out of any money in the tn'u.utlint! poor! distressed orphans. We will aid in this be likely to take the same direction. Palate moral gowth not to he expected in !schools

labor and 1II11IIs-thut !is, the promoters furnish otherwise appropriated, the residue or un- good work by pointing out a case where this where religion is scoffed at while science
ka will bo then only thirty miles further :
of the awards made the
11 charter and invite capitalists to fur- judges portions of the superior co'.irt at St. Augustine by sublime! charity is most urg'ntlr1111 for. from Fernandina and Savannah by rail than is worshiped as the new god. of the age

tiish the 1no?ey. :Money, to be sure, is! very )in the territory of Florida and by the Hon. Thomas II. Scott is just: now building Gainesville-equal to a difference of one Florida is represented' in the faculty by General

plenty at the North, but those who have it judge of the District Court of the United a rail connection which, will go from New hour for trains, and two hours for E. Kirby Smith, the gallant !soldier and
usually like to understand, before they invest :States: for the Northern' District of Florida, Orleans to the Paclfus, und also into :Mexico. trains. The river will havea accomplished scholar. Florida bus sent
under the acts passed in Congress! to
it in new projects, how they are to get into etlcttime ninth article of the treatyof carry) They expect to build 1,200: miles in coining choice of routes by rail or water and visitors more of her sons there than to any other one

a return for it. When strongly urged to Invest 1810 between the United States! and Spain; year Now\ ,this will have a very bad ef. will be likely to visit the interior to a school outside her borders, and the young

: they naturally inquire! how much of with interest thereon respectively, from the feet upon the' business. of lialtimore, us it greater extent' than they now do. men who have been educated there have reflected

icS the "stock, is to be raised! on the line of the date reported at which to the said secretary' awards: of were the respectively treasury to will enable the Pennsylvaniasystem to carryall Gainesville dates its existence! back to the ( credit upon themselves and the ill ti.

road, and when they express surprise that the date of the passage! of this act of its cheapest freights: to water at New construction of the' Transit Railroad and tution.

those who want the road so much are not Orleans Now, what we would suggest, (and owes:, to it its growth and importance, but Its next term h'glnsoll the 18th of March,

willing to help build it, they are met with MAKING PARTY C.I PIT1I L. what we expect to see done immediately), i is has never been called upon to contribute: a and our circular refers applicants for information -

the plea of inability, )but, they are told that The Union; criticises with a free hand the that a .missionary with n-four-hundred-thou- dollar to it, nor has the county of Alaebua ; to the Rev. Tel fair Hodgson, 1) I).,

that is of no consequence) as State lands will statement General Horatio Jenkins in connection sand-dollar check, will go out there. and consequently people' of this section have Vice-Chancellor, Sewanee, Tennessee.THE .

bo given to aid it. with the Madison IIl1il r. Mr. Jenkins purchase this Texas and Pacific system, no railroad bonds to payand Gainesville is

1 q There seems: to be u popular impression is apparently a l'rofl'I-iunulpotitidulI, and thereby relieve the thriving city of hale one of the few towns free from debt, a con TRANSVAAL WAR. I ,

1 that we have in Florida an unlimited amount and sees events only in the light of the use timore from this: dreaded diversion of those1Vestern dition of things: resulting from the wise and Among the minor wars England is waging

ti of public lands which are valuable and to bo made of them by the chairman of the freights: for which railroads arc economical administration of a city council is the one in South Africa against the Boers.

1 'inexhaustible that they can bo called upon Republican State c'011I111 it tce. striving sun composed of men elected for other than }political The Dutch planted colonies in South Africa

ml libitum to build railroad wherever unyJiody The Umlon; says:, : An incensed community The (papers are just: now telling us the romantic reasons. It is: also to he noted that more than two hundred years ago und they

;1I wants one bhm'kl'tlmul horrified' the (crime with tory of :Mr. Bartlett who after dispensing good order prevails with }peace and quiet. It have been repeatedly driven by the English:
of their nature demandingtbat
5''I 3 Even: were such' the fact, and railroads every summary feeling punishment ho 1I1'llout to the for so many years: the kindly. charities from their possessions as subjected to English -

built in advance of the population, it would murderers, yet these feelings of the Baroness Ihmlctte-Coutts, has lit ace authority.

still he u problem how the constant demand and acquiescingnil in timetlemiuuul of the representatives la ended by marrying her and we may dation} to strangers. A good hotel and a They seem to.be a brave people, something

for repairs, renewing cross-ties, trestles and protected of,the and law the that vindicated.their lives. shouldbe What look at no distant day, f for the imnounce- good newspaper arc the best exponents of a like our cattle rangers of the Western!> territories

I bridges t furnishing motive power, paying better evidence could the white J'l'o1'lof of the nuptials( : between a brilliant young! community, and Gainesville }possesses both accustomed to the expert use of arms,

i' 'ottlcersundemployesistohosupplkMlwith. Madison county give to the world, that theyare railroad: manager and the city of Savannah During tile last year two important inventions brave and hardy, and more than a match for

t out a considerable number of passengers and a la% '-abitiiitg people and entitled to the (or the :Savannah: Aeiiw, we do not know of have been thc English troops sent against them. Being
confidence and sympathy of thegreat public, patented by
freight to furnish an income to meet the necessary than this ? WhatcoIU1I11I11ih'\orthorl'louth which.) citizens! of Gainesville. One to which we re expert marksmen they had no difficulty

.k outgo. ('ouMIII"'I' done more? And what !stronger But for this explanation 011 the (part of ferre some time\ since in the columns of the in gaining the advantage over the brave but

Hut in i point of fact, while we have a large corrobonition could there bo to the truth of the Savannah AViw we would have thoughtthat .1lirror, was a rice machine, very efficient' and methodical British regulars They will

of and overflowed lands, their declaration that the many damaging the' consolidation of the railroad interests doubtless bo l'rll h'llIIY time force of numbers
quantity swamp nuadeugainst their citizens are merely at low cost, patented by Mr. J. Vo 'Je. The
charges of time State (as: they are not rivals;), but the have shown a spirit' of
not even available, at present, our "trumi>ed ui>" for .Lll'11'l't"1111! what I other is the improved long cotton gin of Mr. worthy

t m ,improvement lands: are not so great in quantity further evidence need the great public ask, would lead to greater economy of management I James flu cg, an intelligent and successful a better fate. The last advices are that peaceis
the of this State are being wronged and und would therefore i .sought fur.
or valuable in quality, as to make a basis that people transportation mcchunif, lung a resident of Ga lu'ville.
by a clossnf ambitious self-seeking politicians In1 to the people at large'
blessing ;
We a
for building unprofitable ,
The machine is
,who use the power and authority ut'lhe Doeg an improvementupon TIll FUNDING HILL IN
'liave witnessed, within the lust ten years, the United States: goverunentand t the passions and indeed, this i is not denied, but it seems the McCarthy gin, also a Florida invention. The Senate after CONGRESS "

winding up of innumerable bankrupt rail- and cupidity; of colored people for their own I that there i is danger that Fernandina will It is: a double gin IIf"l'r simple the a very full discussion! of
advancement than the uses which Colonel of the Western business than Jacksonville funding) bill have l\lol'tl'llthe House bill
Kicrlfice of their entire block more
and the get
ttvay's, I construction: with more than double thecapucity
Bisbee General Jenkins and their friends are with but little change the
main features
with a portion of the hOllllt'C.llldt. We have seeking to make of this imam t revolting and and that, therefore, the people t of the McCarthy gin, and of greatercapacity being retained The bill
Instances before our eyes of the Atlantic it brutal murder? 1 Itis timethesethingsshouldstop t : along the lines of the railroads trust ]pet:q' the than the Double English: pn. The us it will pass,
I I will) provide for the issue of bonds
itistimetheUnitedStatesgovernment i increased rates for the sake of preventing so redeemable .
Gulf Railroad of Georgia sold out last p'lIrtiJr ; I i Doeg gin has also valuable improvement
to wt'hic'htht'hett'opleof] t thisState loyal und result. It 1 Is: true, ,if the Florida at the pleasure of the government at the
bonds of unhappy{ P a !
first our own
I the mortgage ; true should tl.'t'glll1.1thcfact that the) welfare in a heaterattachel to till'gill for drying the end of five
I Central falls into the hands of the Savannah years, with the choice of permitting -
+ Jacksonville, j l'macolalohi1o and Central mid happiness of this l'l'tVh-tlll'lr material I lint so that it can be operated as well in wet them to
c Railroad, sold for bonded debt, while progress and development objects Florida Western I'c'olltthat Fernandina i and cloudy weather as in clear weather. It run ten or twenty years, this
worthy of attention und that '''>edo not not more of the Wettern point lieing still) undetermined. The rate to
will get
lInl'lIrl'taxed for their
the counties along the about half
; costs only as much as the ..
consist\ in maintaining one or two menus freight; than J'bHl \\Ill'Ullh'-s..hl'\ ( getsit Knglishgin be three per cent., and the national banks
J construction.Ffttimt autocrats over the lives and liberty of the : and will turn out between two and<< required to
she is doing, from the Gulf), for secure' their circulation by these
neither us now
I ( leak I is good maxim for railway IIl'tll'le-II1"1I from whom it villget I threebali-s 111'i day of well-ginned, clean cot bonds. While
the fact nor the couiiMilto guide itin h a courseof t the reason that neither' of them will get any ton. It will doubtless many doubt if they can be
building, as well us many other enterprises.: justice t and liberality, but who on the contrary I of it at all us it will go to Savannah. come into general negotiated at three per cent., all admit that
: 11 We have certain trunk lines designed to always!! have, und always will make be use, and reward its worthy inventor. at three and one-half
it will cent there
in the lIIl'tLl\tinlt'' a JooOur'ecoe JX.T would
i ; ; bring the railroads which are projected on the );kmtlo of"the public subordinate to their I Gainesville besides the railroads, is looking be no difficulty in
I own selfish, aims, II immense umusolatuu-tnay:' of rare de to l Uvoming the seat of the State negotiating them, and a
within reach of the larger part govern
those lines, litht-for Jacksonville\ to feel that she ha merit, for which its central loutiouandrail- majority of both houses have expressed the

?' of our population, like great arteries reach- TIll WlllTTAKER C 15E. I so kind and protecting a friend. ','"e hud road facilities give it a fair chance.We opinion that they will be taken at three per

; : hig through the State. \Vhenthesearecm A I successful:: comedy bus sometimes% u long that this vigorous young city was do not 'believe that if successful in removing cent.
short lateral, not parallel, lines will twice supjHised ;; the capital here it would be of anygreat
pleted, but is seldom heard by
)1 run, probably hlll"'llt'l\Ilt'nt even the kindliest charities, al"untajtt'. The presence of a legislature THE
,J he required to connect other portions with the audience. epublit'pnsssuthmr- of 10(5(, members APPORTIONMENT;: RILL .
shared in
I same> but it seems that this view is not byevery once two years for sixty As
3 .the main trunk lines:: Such l is the natural oughly spread the Whittaker comedy on its days, would not amount to the patronage about all the other important measures .

I course opening up all new countrie: principal first presentation at West Point that I he second one.In of Du Manner's cartoons, a sweet by visitors of a small hotel. What Gainesville are out of lime way, there is: still time to t
highways are first laid out through the in New York attracts I would derive the greatest advantage act upon the apportionment bill, although !""'--.
presentation! going on nipervd old gentleman, (a colonel of the: from: would boa cotton factory, which should it is ,.
for -ii
country, then neighborhood roads comma but little attention The curious part British: army) i Is represented' just outside- I five employment toflOO oK-ratives.| equivalent filibuster the Republican minority to f ""'_....'_J//

nlcum with the great highways. of it j is that there are ..t1I1IoOlIIl' verdant IH-O- of church holding his hat in mix hand I to an addition of 'JOrt' families Manu : and defeat its consideration This t
Floruluut In a recent issue in an able believe that I' factories build up communities more would not he a very i-opular
The the North who cannot i course
pleat which he bus forgotten to put on In his admiration j than capita pur
any other expenditure of sue, and is
attention to the importance '
article wisely called such a nice young mulatto should> carry out for the splendors' of. nature \\liileu Gainesville; is in the heart of a cotton-grow unjustifiable.!! The
of carrying through the trunk of his youth and | in and has struggle will be between the SOS and
tbe instincts and practice near-sighted. and benevolent lady imagining: :;: country a large Population the 310
-1 e djne before the branches. It U: no ant race und resort! to de't'pt ion U seems easier: [ that he j is some mendicant holding! hu I suitable for factory operatives.: I Let the citv plans ; the former will be supported by the
poor and Democrats'
such common sense views to 300 white fa- j county exempt tram taxation the capital generally, and the latter bIUo."t
to for them to believe that young worth of j
wer it
penny's '
hat 1 f.lr alms, dropInto a IfI\"fooh.-I\'c' a tract of land, and fur. of the
i (Hins Mt burnt i divlllual who lets should be falsehood I than this nish suitable Republicans, as it strengthens the Republican
ca.t u : : kind charity. l'erhais| this U: a case in pili lit, I : protevtion and, if necessary,
bavebeeiicotnrctedwith one orother hll"t have never seen a take stock to the amount of the states in Congress.
colored \ construc
Uor may one and although the genius of the St. Johns j
lines. The question li I: ol.t..t i-riod I' tion of the building-and then change the
trunk who had >
of the Northern man rt> any I cannot lie railed old. yet l't'rhlI'i.while : | -
very unmeaning of
number of the South. who bad difficulty in IMSlieving name Gainesville to "Alachna Prices of all speculative!
in the
11'haxls the l best for the larger that Whittaker was any a fraud. in rapt admiration of its own beauties, j ," and the capital will come here of itself j going but commodities are
the *
ithcurhythirty up bears
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G.'o f> U IDA. NorthcrulIsllrlct of Florida.AKISTII A.ST3OIiSr & IrOYT:

HHSODKS: :: \ .UVIPKNTS: OK TIIK KU.OH-Vt> >RS noun F.TT. Receiver, 1 --

, A XKTIXNNt: > tiot.t.\I( islt $l'F.-I.In'-TIlf:: : l 7" 1I 1-
P 'V'7
Joltrntil.KEi'T TICK ( vi.r & \VEar j I! y.IsIII.
; BY ( I \MIUK.NTsiiiNv.sox PnlsoN.
-- 1 will sell the railroad belonging to the
Botanist\ to His i Majesty: W\ :: D. C.. February 1 19!>I. 1$$1. alo\e-named! company, extending from the

for the Floridns; After the freezecame t the llood.and Washington city of Fernandina to Cedar: Key,in t the State I :
UPON:: was for twenty-four hours without preparation of Florida, and all its property" :, rights, franchises j WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED,

A Journey (from St, Augustine but not without warning, converted !'! privileges, immunities and interests I I:
up the Biver St. Johns.: that it now has or 1111hl'fl'lIftl'r, he entitledto
'into an Amsterdam: or Venice, with streetcars at public auction\ 'to the highest bidder, .
for canal boats: and.t gondolas skill's, at the general oflice of the said Atlantic, Gulf O H t

. .,. LONDON] : and other pretty craft, plied about. on 1'cnu- it West India Transit, Company, in the city By; Rail Steamer and Sail
,- Sold by W. Nicon No. /fil!, St. Paul's: of Fcrnandina, Florida on the fourth day of W
Churcl-Yard, and O.i WOOUFM.I., !sylvan avenue and rescued shopkeepersfrom April\ 1811: at o'clock in the forenoon of i
Charing-Cross.: their inundated homes: through the said (Ia\'. The sale i is made pursuant: to a I I
[Price 4 Shillings.] windows which could be seen dfuing room decree'of the Circuit Court of the United O

17G.J.iximto.( : and kitchen furniture floating near the ceiling :States rendered: for in the this Northern cause. District of Florida, I A LARGE STOCK OF I

of the lower rooms. Street-car passengers : .f. H. ('. DKK\V:

:: climbed, up into the rigging! to escape fcb'Ji-4w.: ( Special Master. J
Both the soil and climate of : .. !
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the water which in
/ some places, rose as
Lastotlce to Tax Pajer*.
:seem to suit this 1 plant ; the Spaniards pl.mted high as the seats, and in one instance a
some of the guatimala indigo in thcir ar- frightened driver detached his horse and I will visit the following places: at the
t time stated below for the purpose of receiving _
dens at Augustine, where I have seen, in a rode to dry hind, leaving a solitary passenger : the State and county taxes assessed: : for ] FURNITURE 1 I t

poor, sandy soil, indigo plants: of a larger : to his fate in the car. The novel spectacle the year 1S80 ; : i
size, and in a more luxuriant state, than ever thousands of transient Odom's Hranch............Monday l'i'b. li& 1SSI
I was enjoyed by : King's Ferrv.............."IH.l'! I in South-Carolina in the richest and
saw visitors, and residents of Washington I
by :some : Dunn's: ('reok11'ed iesday\ 1(5(; I
I best cultivated lauds : I was informed the ;I i I
but for those who )lived in or owned Iliggiugbntlmam''Thursday: \ ; 17 '
I Spaniards cut it four times a year. in the flooded district the inundation Brandy Branch...... ...Friday IS -\sn- ( '
property : (Callahan.................Saturday \li!) .' 'i i
!INDI\ CORN. was a very: serious calamity. It was Hart's (Uoad..............Monday: : :21 I .'
This grain is the common food in America caused by the floating ice from the upper (Coneville! (morn.)......Tuesday 22: II GI NIRAIA MERCHANDISE.
Bakcmlle (noon).......Tuesday: 22:! "
the within the .
; Spaniards beingconfined Potomac: lodging against the :stationary ice I p

2 [
Amelia, (evening\\Vdnosdav)
lines of Augustine, used to raise two crops a below Washington, and thus forming, with I will be at my oflice in Fermmdina, on ((4'ZH

year upon the same ground ; which I mention the assistance: : of the )long,low railway bridge, Tuesdays! Thurs'days\ : and Saturdays; when
rather as a mark of the fertility of the a dam that backed' the Hood, through the not on a collecting\ tour in the \llIlIirr. until '
March 1, \\hichtimomy books. will be ; O
soil than of the good husbandry of t the Span city and within a :stone's throw of the capi- closed\ : ,l, and all\ property on whiih the taxes

iards ; it grows here in almost: every :soil. tol. This bridge, consisting in :great part' ofa remain unpaid will be advertised. I I
"'. F. SCOTT, Collector.Fcrnandina l
HEMP. :solid pier or causeway, extending far into
The large bounties granted by parliament, the river, i is the l>?tr iwir of Washington: and ---. .. .._--- .- I I

and the considerable premiums by the society is a*juMly regarded: with fear and, horror as ,,ULgh

of arts and sciences, will induce some of was the shapeless: monster menacing the I, wLn. 00 h
w m j i\viMt: .
the new settlers to cultivate ]hemp, it requires city and devouring its inhabitants:l. sung;: by t11I1..L 1.

a fresh, strong,moistsoil : the swamp, Sophocles in Antigone. Washington has: + ,A.* FUOM FISH SCALE:,

after being cleared I\IlIl.lrnincl1 for rice, are long been on her knees before. Congress: _

fittest to be sown with hemp for the f first praying;: for the removal of this bridge;: and SKA: lii'.lSEA SHKLL)( ,

and second year. the death-dralimr swamps it has planted at SAN B0RN& IiOYTDRY

A'Nl:: $. the feet of the citv. Hut Washington is nota PALM 1 XUT.LLInATOlt TKKTH.: :

constituency. Congress does!'! not inhale the
It is not at all doubtful whether (the tine Also: FKATHKll: FANS AM. FKATHKUFLOWKUS : ] :>>
miasma from the National AT NEW YORK PRICESAT
will flourish in Florida, because it grows swamps. legislators : OUANGK:- ( : STICKS,
!'! come only in winter when the insidious
there and in almost all parts of America, SKA SHKLLS, KTC.
!'! malaria i is locked in ice, and are away .
south of Delaware, in great plenty. The For sale and made: to order.
during the noonday of summer, when all '-
J wild grapes: of America are of little worth, T.XSI.la', '
who are not able to leave the city inhale :J. & lI YDD.: -
they usually run up the trees of the forests, 10 Centre St., bet. Second and Third.rocerles .
circumambient poison.!'!
where they are too much shaded\ and for ._ __ ---
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The organization;: of the Senate as deffinitely -
want of cultivation of no value. ,
settled us it can he before the fact (._ and ... _.._ DRY GOODS CLOTFtlNG BOOTS AND SHOES
and the ----- --- ----- ,
The dearness labour cheapnessof \
and the probabilities are strongly\ in favor '
foreign wines America, have both contributed of a Democratic organization. David Davis NO'l'IONSXI) FANCYrnilK : GOO1)S..

to prevent the planting of vineyards has expressed! \ his intention to vote with the LAUGKST. AND) BEST STOCK TO SKLKCT: FUOM, AT I'IIICISVIIt'II:

: more frequently. The French refugees Democrats: and it, is not at all probable that JL CANNOT BK: UNDKUSOLD.] )

planted some in :South-Carolina; and I have Mahone will do otherwise. Republicans Large shipments of Ft 1.14NI) WINTKK: ( OOIS't''l'Il weekly.Wholesale .

drank a red wine of the) growth of that province pretty generally concede the organization, ;t-iJ" : and Betail. Orders, by mall receive prompt attention.

little inferior to burgundy. York Oflice f N.l1"::. (' (\'lItrtlaI1l1 Third,
but the parties are !so' evenly balanced that New ir v I or.
This& space reserved for J' *:: I) it }
When it i is observed that the richest wines General Garfield! will have far less\ trouble in :J1i Walker Street, 1 J Fcrnandina. Fla.
A. 15. on"Guol'U: AND Sllll' ('II VMM.KIt: ,
are produced in the i islands Madeira and securing the confirmation of his appointeesthan
who is too busy to write an advertisement.:
the Canaries, in the island of Cyprus, and in the present: executive had. I'UllCHGOTT\ BENEDICT & CO.

other parts of the Levant, I lying nearly in the

latitude of East-Florida ; it will, probably FOR NAM:
NoiithweNt" Corner of Hay and I'lne .Streets' ,
not be owing to any defect either in soil or 4 DWELLING: HOl'SK:: CONTAINING

climate, but to the dearness!' of labour, or J.\_ nine rooms, well\ finished and furnished
negligence of the inhabitants, if wine i is not with lot of land L1K) by 250 feet, I1<'Wn.tI paling, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ,
\ of water, tank capacity' I'oi x tbarre s, ood
produced hereafter in some plenty upon this barn and out buildings! number; of orange . ..
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continent. and fig trees, twenty-five varieties of roses ; OFFKU (//m.\) : & BAUGAINS( ::
Currants, raisins, figs, and olives, will most other (lowers and shrubs! too numerous to MICN. AXXi: ('MKKi:,

probably: thrive here whenever they are mention. For further particular, apply', to IIIHlum) \ ] YY YY GGGGG; ; ; OOO( OOO( ) DDDD) ) \) SSHSSDDDDD ::
MRS: Mulch, \ ., HKT.: ('.:Sl'IlY. A AIACIII-A, ) ] ) \) UUIIUU YY YY GGGGGG(; OOOOO 00000 DDDDD) ) \ SSSSSSS:; "; ::
I>1 an ted. On the premises at Old Town. 'l'UIHST. )DD ]1)1)] UU UU YY YY (HI GO( OO) OO OO OO ]DD) DDSS\

Having finished what I had to say of the Fcrnandina, FIn., February.20, 1881. \ -:.'Jin. FKUNAND1NA: ) FI.1I'.ltISTIII' ..\., DD] )1)1) UUUU YYY GG; OO OOOO OO DD] DD\ SSSSSS:::: :: m
country of Easl-Florida, I must: before I --- DD)] J DDUU) UU YY (HI GGG;(; ; 00 OO (OO OO ]DD DD)\) :SS;:;
conclude add one wI'Ilmol'e the subject J. II. PRESCOTT.Style : ':
of procuring inhabitants for it.
(.hoh..."" Trails and Vegetables" 1

wife The andma.culincspiritufitspolicy government has: acted agreeably! in to lay the 4'::+"+:++ICA (RPKTS, .1\1 A'I"I'INOS,4N( ( 1 :? :+..4
ing the new foundation of e\'t'ral1'xtl'lI"ive Fit,

colonies. Civil as \\"l'l1ns military establishments Bliss' Garden Seeds; Flowers, Farm and FLOOR OIL CLOTHS' "_nd WINDOW SI L\I) ES. a
have been provided these three years Comfort, Garden Implements.: .. 7 tf. .'
for the two Florida, at an expence of near -- FICIErli -
.tamDurability. LATF.ST: M11'i'II'I: I'.s I IN i iI
100,000 1. a year; but still the inhabitants: of

both of them put together, (soldiers and savages : AND CONFKCTIONKBS: ;, I 1:1:I .. I"
: excepted) would make but a thin congregation n.\KEJ-i ++ --++- -++ ++ 4+ ++ ++ 41 4+ +4 ++ +4 +4 4+ ++ ++ ++ +4 44 4+ 44 .+ '

in a small parishchurch. l'IIOI<'K: ++! CAS.HMERES---I: L

If the government resolves not to stir one Groceries" Cigars" and Tobaccos" I i DRESS_. GOODS, SILKS, II :

step further it has gUile already a great deal ++: _+* +-*- V* ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ 4+ 4+ 4+ +.+ ++ ++ ++ '*+ 4+--"44 4. f
too far: Florida, without inhabitants, is so TOYJ"AS'Y( :: AUTICLKS.: -I I++i, ,.... (

much worse than nothing, that Great-Brit- .44CLOAKS' 4. 4
ain loses near 100,000 1 I. a year by it. Weddings! Kntcrtainments: : and I'icnicH, ,
furnishctl at the shortest notice, at rock-bot!

Governments and garrisons.establishments civil Hating largely IncreasedHtoclt my. tom prices, atANGKL'S Mnen Deimrtmeiit (is COMl'LirrK: : IN KYKUY: : HI'C; ;. ': :I'.
military, without inhabitants, or any : : BA Kllt\, aIm
measures taken to procure them, seems of Pool-wear, I.. both linoami Centre' Street, GUKAT J : C.\m'":'1' SALK: comrncncc.1 on the 1st! of this! month. Over 5OO

unusual 2i Opp. old .'. O, Building. different design of IlriiNNClN, and Wool C'lirpclN" are now olTVrcd at
something strange. It is very to medium grades' I am enabled

take all the measures requisite to a particular to place before my eiihtomcrN I II:i:. i>oTTiitin: STRICTLY NORTHERN PRICES.NICK .

end but one, and to neglect a single one. of
a "ery large assortment' '
which being omitted renders all the rest : from 75 ctN. tu OI.IO. p
made ,
IlootN" and Shoe"* by i
abortive.If WOOL CAUrhT-S: from O5 ctN." to JH.23.
hireservants most, competent and skilled, IN'Fine HALF-WOOL UAKI'l-rrS from :10 .'.Ii. up.
farmer t-lllluh1purl'1Ia. e an
a Intent designs: of FANCY MATTINGS.(;: Hot ;gradtat.f Whitallli\ (Chcc-ke
prepare ground for sowing, have workmen. These Goods" wereliurehuNed I'antlly Groceries Window Shades' mudu to order-material in all colors. (In ordering olinply
the feed-corn ready and Mill save the ex- for C'ASII, and are Mate color and dimension. COUNICKS( ; ; MAUK TO OUDKK. FINK: 1.\('I': CUUTAINS'

of putting it in the ground, his, neigh- of new 11t.'bi II4.!
pence only exchanged for the Namecommodity. AXI Kid (:!OVCN' all colors: and qualities (two to six button).
bours would lau.h heartily at him. Rice, This, will be deemed A largo lot of UH't4SEhhl: MATH, COCOA MATH and CIU'MB MTIH, BO|:.
(cotton and indigo will grow in JoU: -t.'lor- I'UOYIHIONH.( DKKING: FOU C'AWKT.

ida, whenever they; are put in the ground, u pleasure" after Neeiiitf, ex- I ,z4f Hotel and IIoardlng-IIoiie ICccncrN, will find our prices fxcctslinglv -
and Hclection grand. HI1KCTINJH.: : 1'I.LOV.CAHINO.1'.1BLE: DAM
We must! and at what !
but they will not grow without. nmliiiiifft learning AHkH (white and ciilortsi), DOYLIKH I. NAI'KINH. (:'UASH: :S, (LAKS LINKNS..; in
not expect because a country is a good one, extremely low prieeN IheNejoodN ('urtumcns. -au rely uj"'n gating UIIOICK: Iltr varieties;

tjiat/ it therefore will work miracles, .and Corsets, I.aceN' Silk Ties' Silk llandlterclilcfN dcxigns at
( are off..r..d..J GOODS as'NOT'IIINi
f' without so much sowing the teeth ofCad- very reasonable ilgurttt.FIIUNITUUK .
mus'li serpent, of itself! I produce the human :1, 11y Ntock of
'CO JI.1'rl'll.rKN'1's'
+.., _" !' ('(' '. 'UXISIIIXU GOODS IN, ,,'ortliyflue ]111..11I: FINIXf: ; HBAS}),.; : CAHSIMKKS.: DOKSK1NH; JKANS.: CASSIMKUH: .FOU HOYS' WKAU: :, i

I{ "" ," If Kast-Florida: ettlc* it-clf, which it is those dextrineline i/AKIN JS; BKAVKIW.LADIlvS : )
attention of ; rNDKKVF-STH: m'lz's and from Vt" t, a
; and M1SHKS': grades, '* up i
1 left to atu. it will be the tint colony I on the Mock.
L Cioodii.j.trOrder. are kept in Ou |::!J). AI I"na lot of HIm: YLtNNRIr; UXDKU.S1I1KTH: ; fur aditnerade.. !
continent that ever did so ; the fact '

as exjH'rience goe'.. overturns the theory. -- *. lefto my Nelectloiiwill .K. HAI'K.MCJHT.AORNT, aftr Our Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in .Every Respect.It .- a

-- Ovid Iv. Mctum.- receive careful and prompt wsmoIr.s I\U; I"l> KKTAII.BnVHKU U hiiu s.sible\ for us to mention every article we have for.*ale. but every imaginable -

attention. AN11'f )CK( DKALlUt) : article usually kept In a FJIWT-CLAHS DUY lOOPS| KSTABLISHMKNT! : can h. ;

J. X. HECK, ofToleradi.. Ohio :.aj'* : -My J H. PRESCOTT, A XI.Dealer found in our house.j a
In Ire.TKNNKSSKK ::frMperlttl attention paid to Orders and ('orrcN''' |>ondence.Cull ;
father before wearing the "Only Lung Tail '
4..tin: FernandliiB, : : IIKKF .\ HI'ECIAI.TY.BRoosl ; address!
account of his violent or
null not sleep night on : "STBKET' : WHABF. Fl'IU'IKiOTT, HK.NF.DKT: : A ('0.,
coughing, since wearing it he hat slept HUNTING, in every style, and at
roundly every night.-& _..1... JO11 lowest rates at the MIKKOH office. 19-tf FKUNANUINA.: KL.\. C4- /ni Cfirnt-r Iklyandl'ine5treet.. .


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THE HERMAN! CAPITAL. IIookH and Stationery.noHACK l---I ;aENEItAI4: JiIIICTRY.; lrl'cllllcr. II Warring, (ad.Isol1. -
I l To the Editor of the Mirror : .--- --- BREVARD COf XT\ I .

HERLIN, PRUSSIA\ February 7. KIW, United Slate O fit corn. County Clerk-A...11l/lflr-A A. Stewart Whitlock, Tittwille.Atfemmr City. Point. .Assessor of Taxes-II. Wac'.sworth 1 Mad(

One of the most eccentric old ladies! in LAND OFFICE, OAIKK8V1U.K.Register :. I of T l+:urope died the other day at her residence Wholesale and Retail -L. A. Barnes, Gainesville. of Revenue-F. 1L Platt, I.akc Jes- M.\ .\TIF.: COUNTY.County .

l in the Strnlaucr Strassc Berlin, where she T> OOICS STATIONARY Rr"iif'cr-.John I.'. Rollins, nain('I\'i1Ie. sup( Orange: ; County.SintcriutcndcHt Judge-K. M. Graham, Manatee.(
SurveyorJcneral. Alexander Tin- Clerk IlobcrtS. Griflith, Manatee.
i had 1) Hall, Tallahassee.DISTRKT !' of Xchooh- -
in all hut absolute seclusion) for dall, Luke Vew[ Sheriff-Win. C. Havman, Pine Level.)
l nearly half And MUSIC, : COURT. 7it.rcs-\\"m. F. Parrish, Par-
a Affetmf
century, a solitary female servant CLAY COUNTY.County of
.lwIUe-'fllOlllas Settle( JI\'k oll\'lIIe.
i having been the only human being :V!) WEST: IY STUET, .11"1'111,1-.1. 11. Durkce, Jacksonville. ..Tulgr111., Peeler, Green Cove rish.Collector/ ( ff Rt'I'CIlcll1rioll/ G. Carlton,

4 :, with whom she held any personal communication ClrrI'hiJIl' Walter, Jacksonville.! fo:1prln: !'. Pine Ix-vel.)

for more than thirty years. She JACKSONVILLE, Jo'LOIUU.S'ool ) .\. INTERNAL: RF.VF.NfK.: Springs.Clerk-O. A. Uuddington, Green Cove Superintendent of Schools-1-elix J. Seward, f

was well ofF, and) denied herself no luxury Collector-Dennis Kugan: Jacksonville.COLtECTOIW Sheriff James W. HeWitt, Green Cove Pine Level.

in the way of eating! and drinking ; but OF CVHTOM1.:! Springs.AtietMr! MARIOX COUNTY.

would never permit her apartments to be John "". IIowcll, rernandina. of Tturet-Win. Conway, Kingsley. County Judye'-J. M. Mclntosh Ocala. .
her ; nook. a S1)ccialty..t3s Kdward) Hopkins, Jacksonville. Collector of HevcHuc Vfm. S. Pltimmer, Clerk-II. \\ Long, Ocala. /;

J swept or furniture to be cleaned, sothat, __ ._ 0_. ._ _____ ___ ._ John F. House, St. Augustine. Maxville.Suiterintendent. Sheriff-I''. I D. Pooscr, Ocala.Atscrsorof "
upon entering her dwelling after her death TJ.t'I-TholUaH Marco, Cotton i iPlant.
F TRY THE J. M f. Currie, Cedar Key of Schools M. F. Gcigcr, i
the police authorities found everything with. Middlehurg. ;
}hi COJ.UMIII.'ot' T\'. Collector( of Jl'l'clwc-I'rcll'riek X. Foy,
them .
the kitchen
except utensils, covered YORK OBSERVER I
I NEW Slate Oflic'ers. OcaIn.
\\ M. lves.Tr. Lake
Judi/e- CitroCler
with of
layers venerable dust, from two Superintendent of School*-II. C. Martin,
THIS YEAR. DErAllTMKST.Gorcrnor : John Vinzant, CitroSh.tfJ.
,: to four inches thick. For many years she -Wm. 1>. Blox ham Tallahassee\ \V. Perry, Lake City. Fort McCoy. j;
had worn .no linen or any other hotly garment T11K LARGKST AND JiKST FAMILY Lieulcnnul-Governor-Livingston" \\'. Ucthel Antctsof of TuxeKi.\: W. livers Lake City. MONROK: COUNTY.County

but n man's duffel dressing gown. Itwa'J PAPKR IX T1IK WOULD.3&f Tallahassee.Kecrrlary l Collector/ of Tares Thos. \\". Getzen 1, Lake ,Iudge-Chns., Baron, Key West.C i
/ rA John Sitcher. West.Sheriff I
of .olale-John L. Crawford Tal City
her custom to wear a boot' on one foot lahassce.Comptroller. Superintendent of Schools iusPotsdamcr, -Uichnrd Curry, Key We! t. "

F and a shoe on the other, and she never took Send for Sample Copy- <'n'e.4}, / -Vf. I D. Barnes, Tallahassee. Luke City. Assessor of Tares Walter C. Maloney, Jr., ,i

off her gloves, day or night, except to change Trt'mllrt'r-lIcnry A. Ii I-:1I: le, TulJaha.'I-ee.: DUVAL (1)fXTY. Key West: d i

them for new ones, when fairly worn out. NEW YORK OBSERVER, AttfJ/'IIr-Gt'IIt'rrtl-Ocorgc I' llaney, Talla County Judge, -William A. McLean, Jack Collector of ,Rt'I't'IIIIC-W C. Maloney, l.,;
hassee.Omimuriimcr. Jr., Key ;
She always )passed i the daylight hours in bed, 1.3t 37 Park Row, New York. sonville. of SctflOfll-.1./ V. Harris, Key 1'J
---- of IAnl/la-1high A. Corley, Clerk-Thomas K. Buckman, Jacksonville.
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late in 1
rising and West
J evening occupying Tallahassee. Sheriff Uriah llowden, Jacksonville. '
\ nights with cooking sumptuous meals for GET THE BEST. Xttperi'ulentlrtit' if Public Insrru'liwr-E.: K. A*. f t"r of Ta.rei-Daniel 1' Smith Jack NASSAU COUNTY. ':

herself and her companion, making n pointof Foster, Tallahassee.AlJ \ sonville. County Judye-Hinton J. Baker, Fernandinu. ;t;

WfBSTfQd,, NJrwUA'ABRDC > -UCllrf/I-J.l Y range, Tallahassee\ Collector of RI'rllllt"-lIenr, A. L'Engle, .
finishing before
repast dawn. She EDITION Cb/nm&Mt'wur of 111I11I;yral iOlt- Ir. :Setl( Jacksonville. Clerk-C. \\". Maxwell, Fernandina. .,
kept a great many dogs, cats and birds, and r'trafq French, Jacksonville. NujmrinteHdent of Kchoolt-Albert J. Kus-: Sheriff, Peter 'one, Fernandina. :
/ caused DICTlONA IPP1fXfXT.t. sell : A Tuw111.. II. Garland, Fcrnaiiilina. -
t every new work on zoology to be SUPREME COCItT.c1t Jacksonville. f net nor of

purchased for her as soon as it came out. In ;j.lndec-1'.1L; : Raudall.Jacksonville. HAMILTON' COfXTV. r
Collector/ ofRcrcn. /ne-Warren F. :Scott:: K r- '
i this strange fashion she lived to the age of If Intend AmJ(' ale Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas County Jiulije; -Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. nandina.Superintendent. .
you some day to .
eighty-two. Her whole property, with the see. Clerk lloliert S. Stewart, Ju pcr. of,"8dwfllf-". Mahoney,
t1 WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED AfKoclnte "II..tice-H. 1). Van Valkcnburg, Sheriff-James: M. Duncan, Jasper. Callahan. '"
exception of a handsome legacy to her faithful Jacksonville.
Aenfor of Tare*-J. T. Copper, Aneruin. .
nn.ita: COUNTY.Cotutty
1 I old servant! i is left to a grandniece, resident "DO IT NOW." Clerk-(\ II. Foster, Tallahassee. Collector of /t'I'C/II-J. P. It. Goodbreud; )! ,

1 .. in this country, to revert, after her decease, CIRCUIT JflKifcS.tint : Bcnton. Columbia ('ounty.Nujierintendent Clerk-J..1"lt/r-H."1'.! llnghey.L. Summerlin:Orlando. Orlando.
THE NEW EDITION Schools Joshua II. ROberts \ -
of -
i to an asylum for dogs. An early disappointment Cli CM It-Augustus K. Maxwell, Pen- Ancrum. Sheriff Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.{

In love, and the subsequent death of Contains over 118,000 Words, 5\<'011L. Assessor of Tajres-Julm e. Ilryson, Haw,
\ f&cwul Circuit David Walker: Tallahas HERXXXDO COfXTY.
ktnsvillc.( ,
husband whom she 1928 Pages, 3000 Engravings,
a to
:I espoused please her see. CUlmt"lye" -\\'. L. Frierson, Hrooks- Collector of 'I''III1C-XIlt. Poyntz' Orlando.
I parents, are believed to have been the original i.j i. Four Pages Colored Plates, Third Circuit-K.: J. Vonn, Madison. \.ill e. Superintendent, of School*-John T. Hecks, .-

,. causes of the misanthropical resolve 4600 NEW WORDS nUll Meanins! Fourth Circuit-II. 11. Archibald, Jackson Clerk-J. C. Law. Itrnoksville.MerlffJ. Fort Reid.

t [ which prompted her to seclude herself from Biographical ville.. It. Mickler, Ilrooksville.Assegnor TAYLOR ('ot' TCcllll.I"IfcD. \. .:
Dictionaryof Fifth Circuit-James U. Dawkins!' (!aines- / of Tiuen-\\'. M. iarrson, 1 Brook 1 '
I N. Cox .
the world for three-fourths of her ferry.She'riiIThnntas
nearly over 9700 r:1mcs.Th" Yule.Sirh 1 v ill l'. :
1 long existence. II mo-t J+'n.tl'filII:1.! rom I!ctc ling Cirruit-II. L. Mitchell Tampa. Collector of Reeeurte-F. M. Townsend.Hrooksville. ,-John M. Faulker: Perrv. r{:

Nearly ten years after her transfer from Uii'tmiiary.. JL Kcrenth Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanord. Sujierintendent; of! Sr/nala-E.: Vann, Perry. .\
3000 '\\'; ", < ftufieriiiteiident/ ( of S'I'JI11.nr.. S. Stringer
.. t French to Prussian hands, Valerie the Great Has !! us many ns nay ( ''Rrlvlhlf''H Hrooksville., County l'I'I"r'r-D., D. S. :Sutton, Perry.

has, at length, been set up in the KastanietiWaldchen Every nohool and family should have it Court Calendar.THIIUI County) SUI"'IIOI'-D.. N. Cox, Perry.
constant reference. E CIKCflT.tfjirinii IuLLsmnROUuit COl'XTY. Collector of Revenue-John C. Calhoun, I
; of Berlin, a* atrophy of the crow- GET THE STANDARD. Tt'flll- Perry.
County II/dye-II. L. Crane, Tan,pa.'
.Ii\\ ,.;ng triumph achieved by Herman valor and Sale of Webster's lj over 20 time the CJ Taylor) 2d Monday( in April. Clerk:"Win. C. Brown, Tampa., Assessor of Tares-Win. II. Parker, ferry

endurance on the :20th) of January, 1871. ., of any other series! of Dictionaries. |2)) Madison, :3d Monday April. Sheriff-It. I Isaac Craft, Tampa.Aeor ST. JOHN'S! COUNTY
he "hl) hl'"t' authority of the Courts In m Hamilton, Itli Mond.iy; in .
T April.Suwanncc of Tujrcf; -L. (i. Leslie, Tumpu.Collector .
This monster twelve and emilII)1.. H.! Cooper St. Align "
cannon, measuring l.h'flnltlon.-CMr! Justire ll'aite. J. \ ( )
1 : 1st: Monday alter -Ith Mondav( lt'Iutc-11 F. J'.uri": Tampa.Snieri'iiteitdeiit tine. .
a half feet in length and capable of universal nnthority deeld- A in .\ tril.
project An ,t//t' School*-}II.( L. Crane,
{ ing the meaning of words. _r% Clerk-llartolu! F. Oliveros, St. .\u ustille. i
ing n conical !shell weighing 220 pounds ton other Columbia, 2d Monday after 4th Monday Tampa.County' .
No Dictionary hay been bought Ly Sht'l'iJl'-.A. N. Pacetti, :St.: Augustine.
i .. distance of over five miles, was he especial any Stato to supply, its Schools. N in April. nr.lt."o\: .Isscssorrf Taxes David( L. Dunham. St. '.

: I pride of the Mont Valerien garrison Dictionary which nine-tenths .of tho D Lafayette[ :5d\ Monday( after 4th Monday inApril' / ",'!!.-.\. (I'. Whitncr, Monticcllo.Sheriff t I Augustine.Collector; '
*of tho country arc liofeil. ?-\\'. Z. : Monticcllo.( Revenue I"'. Llainliiav
Itailey, of -Joseph
during the siege of Paris. Valerie's In tho Government F I portentous '
Authority Printing (11'1'/--\\.11. Lumaf Monticcllo.Snjierititenilent [ St. Augustine.Superintendent.
Washington. Jan. .
voice, bellowing at brief intervals ; 2d Monday in October. School J. It. Christie i School, Thomas
j.t by State Schools in of *- of A. {
Madison I : M;{ Monday in October. .
throughout the long winter nights, will not Recommended and 50 College Pres'tc. R Hamilton, 4th Monday\ in October.Suwannce Mun( I tied I lo. ( (.tti, St. Augustine.SUMTII. ;.
that has been in 0'111"mlra-\\ A.V.. Simmons,
; 1)0 readily forgotton by any one attached to Dictionary public Bchoola placed in more U.S. D :: 1st Monday after 4th Monday( Monticcllo.Collector[ I : :!: ('O'ST'Q

( the royal headquarters at Versailles, whose in October / Itreuru-Juscph! I'allm'r1011. County, ./wll-I Henry S.( ''assidy, Lcesburg.Clerk .
IS IT NOT THE STANDARD ? Columbia, 2d Monday( after Itli Monday( in -Thomas J. Ivey, Ix'esburg.Sheriff .
ticcllo.Aiuctfor\ .
i nocturnal rest was so frequently broken by "
PublliOiedbyG.&C.MERRIAM.Sprlngneld.Mas.. .
; October. =J. S. Dyches\ Lcesburg.Assessor .
; ',1' the growling utterances of that gigantic ...Webster's National Pictorial of /.rt'II-.1. I' (irllltliall1.Iullti- ,
.; Dictionary. ifayctte,3d Monday after 4th Monday in ccl lo. of Taxes-Joseph( Hutchinson, \
jtt j: i; piece. She must have cost the French nation 1040 Pages Octavo. COO Engravings. October. I i UFAYETTK Leesburg.Collector. 4
( COt'XTY.Cuinitii
c 1 a small>rtune in the course of her active KOUKTII CIRCUIT.ffjirinit ..1I1dy.-\\. Dixon, New Troy. Leesburg.Superintendent/ of la"/llIc-Jolm \\'. }Dyches, '

:/ ; career, for her every'dbchargcr'l'rc'lIt. Tin: .'IIII .\.>iii: .uiA 'rUJl':S. :St.: John'Term!!. 'hi: Tuesday in March. Slieri'tJ'-.l. J. JOhnwat/New 'froClako'c,1I \'. of School*-H. II. Duncan, ,\'
ed an expenditure of$''OO, and she was often flayItIi Tuesday in March.( }( Hawkins, New 'iVoy. Lake Gritlin. .
erntcinlcnt School J. Ramsey '
(t. New
of *-
fired from. twenty to thirty times during a TIIK: TIMES FOR 18HI. Bradford, 1st Tuesday) in April. Troy. SUWAXXEE' COUNTY.
single night, doing, however, but small The Ttinei will enter the New Year with a taker( Tuesday hi April. County 7h'/M/ftr-.1.. l'ainterNewTroy. County Judy-tlkhael: A. Clouts) Live (

damage to the besiegers of Paris, who did larger circle of regular readers than it had at Nassau, :3d Tuesday-ill in .\I'ril.DU'llI Collector of RI'I''lwe-Xc\\'toll :ll'Pl'W Oak.
of its and the 3d Tuesday) ) )(ay. Clerk-Robert .\. Reid Live
any previous period history, Troy. Oak.
last lose dozen
not, from first to a men by Fall Term .
t ; t important( events of the next year must AMernor: of T the bursting of her colossal "sugar!! loaves. :St.: John's, :Tuesday. III September. Assessor /I.l't'Il-\\( ;'
the ,
steadily( enlarge iield of independent( Troy. of II. Sessions) Wei- f
In probability silenced forever, she now journalism. Clay, 4th Tuesday: in :September.Uradford. LEON COl'XTY.Cuunty born. I

''r .stands close to the grand guard house, in the A new administration will he inaugurated 1j.; ( ld!l. Tuesday 1st! Tuesday in October.in Oduhl'r.Hakl'r J/dqr-II.' C. Hippey' Tullaha. see. Collector of! Revenue-Robert F. Allison
', iti socallc"Chestnut Thicket," nearly opposite new political occasions will create new political Nassau, Tuesday: ) in October., Sheriff{ .\. Moscley! Tullaha.see.Clerk n K
duties; the great commercial industrial : -(.X A. Bryan Tallahassee.Snin'rntcinlcnt : of Schools-J. O. C. Jones :
1)usaiid: ) in .
the Crown Prince's and is Tuesday November.FIFTH 't
; t J palace, appropriately (prosperity of the country must stimulate of Sc/nod.-i len N. Fclkel(, Live Oak.
t'l N flanked on either side by a huge progress and thrift in all sections! and CIIUTIT. Tallahassee.Treasurer ry VOM'SIA COUNTY.County b

>\f: mortar, captured in 1814 by the Prussian the tendency political i tower will he toward Spring jTVrwSumter -J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee. Judge-Fred. I. LaPenotieri1, Enterprise .
at IM Fere.lrofVNMlonnl. corruption, () and despotism) us it ever I is:: 2d Monday in March. Collector of Remue-C. C. Pearce, Talla .

army.. _. when the people( are diverted from the I stern Marion( :3d I Monday in March.Aluchua ( hassee. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise: ( ..
-q. - -- :
1 uutl Hunlne, "'"rd", criticism of authority by peace and (plenty. 1st Monday( after 4th Monday) in Actor l of 1i1.tt'1I-lt! A. Shine, Tallahassee. ,'j'riffW. .\. Cone, Butter;'rise.:
,f, The Times will be in the future, as it has March.Levy( Assessor of Taxes-Benjamin Richardson

ft: t3 WM. II. C. DUKYKK-, been in the (past, absolutely [independent( ( of :3d Monday after 4th Monday in LEVY COl'XTY.County Enterprise.( ,
political parties, but earnestly and fearlessly March. Collector
( \\". II. of Il'I't'I/IIe-John It. Jordan }DeLand. r
devoted to integrity and patriotism in our Putnam 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Judye Sebring, Itronson; .
/ 1 ENEUAL COMMISSION MERCHANT: Clerk-J. M. }Itanii Uron (lu.
the freedom( and
; i statesmanship( to sanctity March. Superintendent of 'I"I.-JulI\ 1L'I
Ju'riJ-\\ D. Finla :!<< Itronson.Aenr an-
\i ) III.
of the ballot. Dependent party organs Full TermSumter- dler .
:'" CENTRE ST., NEAR 11. It. DEPOT, ( of Tujren-J. M. Willis, Ilronson. Enterprise.WAKULL.t
t will l continue to bubble about party men antiparty 1 4th Monday in October.
.t measures to pervert or deny Marion( 1st Monday after 4th in Collector of ll'ft'u"e-Jolan C. McGrew( COUNTY.Curnttti '
; suppress Monday
1 1. I ttSRNANDINA, FLA. the truth when party interests demand) it, October. JIlIle-: T- l> valCrawfordvillc.\ I
I the of the of School*-Jos. F. Shands, Shertff-\\. H. Walker, .
and to lavish regulation praise servant Alachua, 3d Monday after 4th Monday( in l'mwfimh-illc
'If.1 __ lay, Corn, Oats.pt' to the muster: but the growing) intelligence i October. Itronson. Clerk-Nat. It. Walker. Cri\vf.inlvill/.. ... .. ..n.:.
--,--- -- of the age daily multiplies( the readers Levy, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in M tlHSOX COfXTY. Superintendent of Schools-John L. Craw i

.,.'W. COCKHELL, JXO. T. WALKER, of the independent) newspaper! and the journals November. Cuwt1gJttdyr. \\"ith'fI4poOU, Madi- ford, Cruwfordvillc.County .

I WALTER R. YATII.COCKIt1'LL : which best retlect the rupidlyincreusingindependence Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 1st t Monday( in son Trt'lurt'r'f.. Duvul), Crawfordville. -
( of the )people will be tile grl'at December S/.triff-T. II. AVillard. Madison.) : \ .
WALKER: t YATES, American journals ot the future. SEVENTH' O1RITIT. t'ftTl-John: M. Iteggs. MadisonSiiiitriiiteiident Ollt't'lort1 Revenue-\\'. \\"alk'rCraw..

s The 7Vw aimsto reach the highest standard 8prill111I- of N"hIJull-l';. S. Tyner, fordville, ...

(COCK HELL WALKER, Jacksonville,) of the independent( newfpujH.T.{ It fearlessly 1 olusia,1st Monday in May.Urevard Madison. Assessor of Taxes-Geo.; F. Register Cruwfordville. -
". oppose: corruption and rings: in all I'd in ( County Trrmml'.r-'Po. S. Smith., Madison.) .
Monday May.
J Attorneys and (?ouiiNellorH' parties, whether in city, I state or nation. It Orange, 3d Monday( in )la3'. 0- ___ '-

4 opposes every form of imperial political Dade, 2d Monday in June. CC
:' FERXANDINA FLA. domination, whether represented ban individual I Fall TermVolusia- e ;.;
; by a faction, or by a )juirty.: It op- 1st Monday November. .a" ti y _
JHJSCS sectionalism North and South as the Hrevard. 2d Monday in November. 9C C
OHlce adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Court. demon of the Republic( and it demands) pub- Orange, :3d Monday in November.Dade W

lie tranquillity and the supremacy of liberty Monday( in December. 2
WALTER It:YATES, Notary Public. (W ItO and law for every citizen of the Union.
_---- __._.-- .- __ ------0 Tho Times will begin the New Year LV
in all of its Comity Ofllrer fO
H. OAKEN strengthened already exceptionably
strong departments. Its Annul of the ALAClIfA ('Ol' T\ ... 111a

i / 1ONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, War will be continued in the weekly edition, County Jiulije-Junius ('. Oanlner, Ciaines-
NlY -
4 with specially interesting extracts therefrom ille. 1fr
\J in the other editions, and the contributors of Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Oah\(' \'iIIe.{ LUN6 PAD g: >
( MANUFACTURESMOULDINGS 1K81 to this 'Important feature of the t taper) Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville.Attestor tCURE :

BRACKETS, S.\WUNU: will be from the nrv>t distinguished !soldiers! of Taxes-J. M. Dell, Gainesville.t.Wtctur { .::5 w> C
TURNED: LUSTERS, NEWEI.S, and civilians of the North and South. Its:: of Rt'ft'tIIlt'-f.1. P. Thomas, Gaines

.. STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVESTROUl11IS : large list of contributors in this and in foreign ville. C'I-REH A1ISQUITION (N'ATi'RE'a WAY) : YOUR II .\ ('
; SHEATHING, countries will be more than maintained ; tfitjttrinttitJeHt of & ( _O. A. Myers, diseases of the K.AC UK
WEATHERBOARDING its reliable news (correswndenee| is unsurpassed Gainesville. LUX* 'fvB: imMWn 9 and Kidneys, Bladder
Urinary Organs!
!, by
L ',b AND FLOOR by that of any other journal of the BAKER COrXTY.County ALL TIIHOAT DISEASES, wearing the
its various essentialto Jiuliif-Jno. It. llerndon.Sanderson; Dn'I
ING. country ; departments Onm KXCKI.SIOH: : & .
; complete nt'wsl'ul't'r| { for the home and (/.rl.-. .1. Pons, Sanderson.Mierijf -- IlrcuthluK Troubles. $ .
Stair and Church Work enlivened =J. William"". Sanderson.Atstuutr .
family circle are constantly:! by It DltlVKS -i't. KIDNEY PAD.
: INTO the
A SPECIALTY. fresh writers!, and it will maintain the position of Tuttt-K.: ll.! Kogerson, :San: agents and healing medicines.system curative
it has solely on its merits:: as one derson. It 1.1
won !! It DUAWS FIIOM a M.ARI'Ei "f )1Jo\UNG:
the ) and
diseased KEL
i DOOM AND WINnow ( : of the most reliable( anti complete) newsjuper ) (\JI4'('('"'' of.Vir.iiMv-HichanI Kennedy, I.i"uml i that (-au>c death.ThoimmU parts the LiEF-SlllpI.I:. SKNSIIU: : : UJlnC1'-,
I1RAMESIllS. of the world. 1).trbyvillc.St..eridcnlndofSeA'sJsIV.0 l'AXMXS.a| : ; ,.,
: ;. its | PWEUFr.: ? .
testify to virtues. It'I'VELATION Cl'lil!::;
carriers for ..
delivered ;, Ilaiiipton.Olusttv. where
TERMS: DULY- all el e f.11I" .
1 '
i Post Ortice Box.174 Fcrnandma{ Ha, twelvecvntsa week ; mail subscription) six YOU CAN HE m'LUn.nXV: : CUHED.; m'\'OIl'110X: ill It'lidnl': and

jlm dollars( a year, or tift'nls a month, postage IIR.\llt'ORI' ,rtt NTY. i) ni t dvsitalr until yoif-have tried this sell nr direct lIu..1i'atioll. asTHE"OXLY" \h."Urption.
r ,Jt"O..JX 'free.: :nHl.IJlTlus-Double sheet, County J.wlJo-J.: K. Uichunl Providemv. stole easily applied RADICALLY Y EF ; 'tory internal 1IIl'ljl'inH.) nl'l-o't..t{ III unsatlsfac
free VI..rllIt'nfYork., Luke Imtler.Shrri FECTUAL Semi fur our
two dollars year,postage ; single copies llemetly.S Ii treatise nn Kidney troubles
; ANI BUILDER, four cents. LY-l'uhlilthl'Cl every Saturday -\\': \\". Tumbliii. Starke. by DrugyrisU; or sent by mail on receipt br tlrnJi"t.'l, or sent b mail sent fl'l't' Soul
; CONTRACTOR morning, two dollars u year ; rive JwcMur of Tiut*-,\. J. )It'Kinncr; Luke of price, TWO )DOLLARS, by prit'e, 1)LL.U.tlJres.'i( ) on receipt ot''fWO

J "" Street between Second and Third, copies} $:i; ten copies( |15; twenty copies: ( ( llutler.DJlcetoe. THE "Ostv" Li-xa PAD Co., I I
.#\luchua, |::?,'). Anextra copy sent five to the getter upI of R."uIfnl (). l'unl', lake Williams Block Li-xo PiuCo., .

FEUNAND1NA, FLA.: ( ( a club. Itutlcr.Suiriiit. Detroit, Mich.{ 1 I I Williams. Block, !
I '/ '. Orders and estimate-( from a distance, carefully Address flip: TDn I -0""tft Pa. tarke. three Millions onigginal
attended to. Philadelphia, a Year. Sent five. C4. g
: ill l'a..J. Ask
; for it
1, ., and take no other.: illM
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Till: FLORIDA Ll:( IS1.,tTUlt1:. the agents of such person*, from boarding Assembly bill No. 41 : For the relief of Relating to the number of l'l'fitlllro1'l. J. \. IWHSON A SOX, ,
vessels and remaining thereon in the ports Robert Punki, M. I 1), nnd others. By Mr. Reynolds! -Assembly bill No. 241 :
THE BII.M IXTIIOIHTEP AND rA"SKI BY OUR and harbors of the State tv'ithouttime t consent Assembly. No. 172; : For the better protection Requiring transportation (companies to forward .____. *

I.\W' \KEUS AT TAM.AISSKK.. of the masters of such vessel public lands in this :State, and to freight) by such lines, routes, or con- -l I ('oIn1111NMlon' 1icrchuuta, J( -
By Mr. 1\ihlark-Scn/\tc hill No. 181 : To better secure the speedy construction of public nections.Uy .
The I'roceedtnys of the Senate. amend the !sixth" section of an act entitled an works. Mr. Craig-Assembly bill No. 212 : For

R.'I'l"RH.1.'cbruar 12. act to provide, for the: registration of electors the relief of Frank M. Jolly, of Alachuacounty. I CHARLKSTON: S. C.,
The following\ bills were passed : and the holding of elections, approved August Tt''Io.\: February 15.' .
Senate bill No. 133: : ; To incorporate the 0, 18(58.!( The following hills were introduced( { : By Mr. Watson! -Assembly bill No. 213 : CONFINING I themselves strictly to their "
Tensaoola Street Car Company. The following bills were passed : By )((1'. Howren-Assembly bill No. 221? : To more fully define the duties of collectorof 1ll' !!, respectfully\ solicit; con
Senate bill No. 158 : 'lo provide; for the Aselllhlhill! No. 173: : To be entitled an For'the relief of I F. W. Downing. revenue. !l1 lItnl'l1tS.
issue of bonds consolidating the bonds belonging net to punish certain defalcations in money By 1I Ir. Bl''noltlnelatillg to Masonic: Bv Mr. Watson-Assembly bill No. 211 :
to the sinking funds,common school, and property odd.! Fellows,religious and mutual tI societies. 'l'o define the effect of the certificate of the ----------------+

seminary and agricultural college funds. Assembly:bill No. lit : To be entitled an comptroller, treasurer, and other otllcers.By t' i.: ItTIL171lthi: : .

Senate bill No. 15U : In relation to the pow.I act tosupp'ress! gaming. By Mr. Hall-To fix the pay of the members Mr. Springer'Assembly bill No. 215 : -+----- -----------+
I ers and duties:' of sheriffs and others in incorporated Senate bill X o. 170 : Fixing the times i for of the: legislature i and otMecrs and attaches To be ('ntHIl'tll1n act for the relief of W. D. 1
,. cities and towns. holding the circuit l'ourtof the Fourth Judicial thereof. Sims, of Hcrnnndo[ county. This business has been our special trade
Assembly' hill No. 152: : To make certain Circuit. By Mr.( McCray[ -Assembly! bill No. :221For'the : By Mr. Dougherty-Assembly bill XII.2111: for over twenty years, and wo have endeavored :
11 regulations of practice and pleading in actions Substitute for Senate bill No. 174 : To relief nf'I'homas Smith. Relating to tho: !sale of lands of deceased to furnish our planting friends a PURR
of ejectment.Assembly amend the first\ section of Chapter 3138, Lawsof By Mr. trin Assembly bill No. 225! : persons 1\t1llmin01'l. o, Assembly bill No. ARTICLK\ :, and I theIr ('tl1ltill\1'tll'lItrollll c is
bill No. 110 : To regulate proceedings Florida, entitled an act to prescribe a uniform For'the payment volunteer; companies. :217 : Relating to J proceedings\ p in criminal our best indorsement.! "'(' are prepared to
1&,?f before justices of the peace incases! rate of fare upon railroads. By Mr.[ Miller-Assembly bill No. 220 : To cases. Also, Assembly: bill No. 2H : To incorporate fill orders for all\ kinds of Fertilizers, together
of peace warrants. Senate hill No. 171 : To amend section 80! prescribe the (time and manner of giving notice the Orange City' Collegiate Insti with our Cotton' and Corn Fertilizer and

H Assembly bill No. Lib : To provide for the of an act entitled an act relating to proceedings of contest of election of any Assembly! tute. \blo, Assembly: bill\! No. 2 W : For time Compound Acid Phosphate.!
jt execution of writs or decrees in special cases before justices of the peace and judgments man. relief oaf Owen J. Sum'mers. J. N. \RORSON SON,
if in other! counties than the one in which they justices' courts, approved February The: following bills were \passed! : By Mr. prill I'r-\ssl'11Ihl\: No. 250 : rill( {Charleston!" S. C.

were issued.: :27, 1875. Assembly bill No. :201 : For the adoption For'the rl'lil'fof I Hannah Johmon. ,- .. .w____._. _
Assembly bill No. 153 : To prevent t the Assembly' No. 104 : To locate: the county of a child by Martin( I.. nOllglaIIntl! his By )((1'. Ti )plll-\"st'mhlv No. 2511'n: Metal 1..It': ,

t selling as butter of oleomargarine or any site: of Holmes county, and.to prevent wife, )Martha Jane Douglass.) authorize William B. Runigan to build and ---.---- --- -
!ts' spurious preparation purporting to be but controversy\t thereon. Assoinbly'bill No. liB( : To locate t the county keep a toll-bridgo across the Little Bayou in
ter. t site of 'Holmes county, amid to prevent Ksonmbia county. t'OK SALE !

: Assembly No. 143 : To authorize the Timi'tHY, February 17. controversy! t hl'rl'ollsI'1I1hly Bills passed :
board of State institutions to purchase a The following bills were introducedBy : _\ hill No. 180 : To incorporate the Senate bill No. 100 : For the incorporationof
1 small tract of land. Mr. Walker Senate bill No. IS") : For St. .Johns: I Luke Kustis Railroad Company' the triind Ixidgo of the Independent
; The following \bills were introduced : the relief of Henry Bern renter.By Senate bill No 02\ : Relating to luldlord'slien \ Order of Hood Templar of Florida.Senate +.f----- ::
r By Ir. Pulhill.-Hl'nate 1 bill \r 102: : To Mr.( Bryson! ':'Senate bill No. 18(5(; : (For for what and upon what it exists. bill No. 10(5(! : ']\1 provide\ for t the
,I fix the I'aof members of the legislature, rl'lil'fur'ltolol'rt Allison, of Suwancecount' Assembly! bill No. 150 : To incorporate 1 pttynentofmmssesson! for carolling/ thc militia I A IH'NIIIAIIM': IIOTI'I. I
: and officers and attaches thereof. : ', Florida. Moitticcllo'iV (lIt'orgi:1nilrol'11; : \ ('1I1I11'\I1\: i alt the year 1870.Assembly (!.
By Mr. Niblack-Senate bill No. 103: : Relating By 'Mr.( Niblack-Senate bid No. t 187 : To Assembly bill No. Ill I : Tolcgali.cthe'towngovernment ; bill No. 185 : To enforce a distinctive ::--------::
to t the custody of persnuscharged withor grant certain lands to the Rist FloridaRail I. of the town of (lllill\'. wrapping and proper labeling of time
I convicted of crime. The bill was read the wav Company. .\sl'lIIhh'IJill! No. \ISM! : For protection i preparations of morphia. il\1ah'tll1irl't.tlr on Railroad,
: '," second and third time and passed.! By Mr.( Thompson-Senate bill No. 18:? : of live stuck I Assembly bill No. 103 :;To authorize John I IIiulse 1.
confirmed in executive }o'nr'thl' relief ofj(;Jetirge I). G'lehrist.' \ +- of Milton to take charge of and control
; J. S. Dychcs was : I IN ONF: OF Tim
session, as sheriff' of Sumter county.: By Mr. Speer-Senate: hill No. l.si: To incorporate WKMXKSIMY.: : Fchuury. ( his estate.Assembly .
: the Florida Land and Colonization The following bills were passed! : bill No. 70:1'or: the relief of

MOMHY February. COlli pl1n)'. Assembly! bill No. 174 : To. amend I an act John saddler,
The following bills wore introduced : By 11(r. McKiniu Senate hill No. 1H! : To to relll'lIllIil act to provide for t the redemption Assembly bill No. 127: : For the relief of I. 111'\: 1.1'11 n:'i'I' PARTS OF FLORIDA.For .

By Mr. )McKinnon Senate bill No. 101 : authorize the trustees of the Internal Improvement of land sold for taxes, approved\ March M. Hammond, of Nassau county.
To amend an act concerning forcible entry Fund of the State of Florida to 7, 1877, and to dispose i0ndssoul for taxes, Assembly! bill No. 154 : To provide for
and detainer, approved February, 1809.( protect the interest of the said fund by becoming and bought by t the State, or any county. calling out time organized nnd t'nrollcllml\l-: \ particulars address.
By Mr. McKay-Senate bill \o ll. 105 : To ; a bidder and \purchaser of the rail Senate bill No. .1'l > : Authorizing !limited tia.
quiet titles to land sold for taxes. road from Duke Citto Quincy, and the partnerships\ \ Assembly bill No. 210 : To confirm the 1".OHIHlmOH) ,
,. By Mr. Thompson-Senate bill: No.o 100 : branches to Monticello( ; and from Tallahassee t'nlh'llIlI: No. 72: : For the relief of II. I,. organization; of the Jacksonville St. Augustine M-tf ]Fcrnandina!i Fla.Till .
To designate the holidays to be observed in to St. Marks( should 1 the 'IIII'I' be sold as Hart and Mary ]Hart.Assembly [ Halifax River Rail road. ---- 4
the : and payment: of bills of exchange provided in the seventh clause of t the decree bill I No. 181 : For t the relief of Senate bill No. 7 : Granting certain lands : 1'I.CUnn"
'.,: acceptance, bank dll'l'ks'nt promissory! notes. jn the case of 1. Fred Schutte and others, Albert Fries, of Duval county to the Tampa Peace Creek tool St. Johns

Also. Senate bill No. 107; : In relation to commercial coat I(,I lainaatsvs.Vie.iu i t -ksont'1'1'111\1'010 Assembly bill No. 71 : 'I'll' amend section River Railroad. AND AND IMMIGRATION[ CO PA'Y
I it Mobile Railroad Company\ : the Florida four of an act approved\ February, 27, A. D. Assembly bill No. 230: : For thc rt'1il'l'of
{ paper.By Central Railroad (Company and others, defendants 1872 entitled act allowing the several county olncers. OFFERS
an !
i bill No. 108 To
Mr. Senate : authorize
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and for other u
: : counties in this State to ]locate their
Peter Thompson, of Levy county, to par\kill respective 600.000cr.....
Mr.( Niblack Senate No. 1H! 1\
take of and his own estate. By : ) county sites. t't'rUllzt'rH.
charge manage limit the lien of and executions. _. _._ ._. _
1 By Mr. I.ce-Senate !bill No. 109; : To judgments Assembly bill No. hill( : For the relief of ----- Of Iio most
By )[1'. Wilhml Senate bill No. 1J!>2 To Peter loss
of Florida : : :
the Laws
amend Chapter 3021: of II. J. 11AKEU fc Bit() ACCKSSIBLK]: AND DKSIRABLF: :
entitled an act to amend an act for the registration regulate the niudeofexceptingto\ the chargesof Assembly bill No. :200( : To prescribe the: .
of electors and the holding of elections the circuit court judges and juries. manner in which counties shill I sue and be LAMM IN TIIK
:27 1877. The following bills were passed : sued..Issenmhly. *
February ,
I Mr. Thompson-Senate bill No. 170 : Senate hill No. ft II!) : For the payment of bill No. 181! : For the relief of STATK: OF FLORIDA

Fixing By the time for holding the circuitcourt costs adjudged:: l\ill: by theHllpn'lIw Court. bill, No. 155' the
Assembly : Relating to
in By the Mr.Fourth McKinne Judicial-Senate bill No. 171 : To Senate bill No. 183: : To \protect sailors, and l'1l1tOltfl'l'ttill maintenance of persons the prlvllego of selection !in parcels of 40

1\1neillIl'lection 80 of an act relating to proceedings to prohibit persons engaged the businessof charged tine found guilty of crime. acres or more. These! lands arc located on
before justices of the peace and .shipping sailors and the agents of such Assembly bill No. 198! : To authorize the Manufacturers of and adjacent to the line of the

judgments of.justices: of the peace, approved persons' from boarding vessels: and remaining governor to appoint a chaplain lir the convict -
1'ebruary'27,1873.: thereon in the ports and harbors of this cam p.Assembly. ATLANTIC(!, GULF AND! wI' "n' INDIATRANSIT
By the committee on education-benatc State, without the consent of the masters: of bill No. :202: : For the restorationoftheright'sof -+-(:lItJIUt'.atT': : : .z.ns.-: -
CO.'S R. R.
such vessels. ,
State of series of 1 I citizcnshipof.\ngiistine- \
bill No. 172: : For adoption a
Senate bill No. 177 : To provide for the I ron.

3 school Mr.books. -Senate bill No. 173 : protection of fisheries of this State. Assembly bill No. 197 : For the relief of extending from FF.KNANDINA: on time Atlantic -

Requiring By Thompson the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Senate bill No. 178 : To amend the first! Henry Stewart, of Hamilton county.Ass'embly to ('I':IAlt KEY: on the Gulf coast,
section of an act approved March 2, l77, amid hill No. 107(; : '1'oallll'IIII'1\1I act
Fund to pay interest on moneys thus affording to the I'rothut'ru'nl'\ constant
entitled an act to regulate!: criminal prucet'ilings providing for setting apart a homestead! and
refunded in certain cases.By
before of the ami rapid! transportation to time best
justices personal to exempted front
Mr. Specr-Senate bill No. 174 : To repeal peace. property
Laws of Florida forced sale under process of law, approvedJune I a ;; -s markets.
:3138 approvedMarchm -
Chapter Olt\xcu:
U, 1879.! I" .\Y, February 18. :23:.I, 1871)), anal to repeal u portion of rt The belt country traversed by the Transit -
The following bills were introduced! : ('hupter:911.: approved February :21, 1873.:
The following bills were )passed : TU HI: R. R.: embraces
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)1r. inllou-Ht'nate( bill No. 193: bill
Substitute for Senate bills sos 77 and 78 : By ; Senate No. :31 : To incorporate the 1 1
( under Fur levyhtmg: u tax for the \'I'arslI'lI'L! and 18S2.By Live Oak V Rowland's Blull Railroad Com
: To dissolve municipal corporations )(1'. Delano-Senate'bill No. 191 : To pany. 1t7 UAN11UE -1\\\ 1'"I'.tYIJIoTY: : : : OF SOILto
circumstances therein stated, and to provide
incorporate t tin Spring Harden: \ $;t. Johnslam1.ruvement
governments for the same. bo found in the State, 11 large( proportion
For the and Company.By TIIUKSIY> Fcbruarv 17.
bill No 138
education: : of the indigent:: deaf and support dumb. Mr. WiHard Senate: bill No. 195 : To The following\ bills\: were introduced! : being peculiarly adapted! to the culture of
incorporate the I'lurid.m'mlidland( & icorgiu; hill .\ tlnst Superior Article, under our own $SKMI-TKOI-ICU. Fiu'irnand I arty: Vegetables
r Senate bill No. 154 : To incorporate the By 1i1((1'. Craig-Assembly No. 229!! : : / ,

'i \ Palatku & Indian River Railway Company lands Railroad to the Company same.By and to grant certain Relating to the practice dentistry, or den Special Formula. and The hiryrmijnict/ Jtwlitt of Timber, y

and to grant certain lands to the saute.'s tllll'lurg'l'r\ this State. nuke! these lands. worthy'of CAHKt'UL I KX m
\l Ir. Crill-Senate bill No. !ISM! : To provide -
r/llutiolts.-John/ B. Anderson, to bee By Mr.: ( : Moore-Assembly bill No. :230: :
for the sale of personal levied ..l MIX.lTIoy manufacturers of (f.c.
collector of revenue ; Henry U. Grace, to be property For'the relief of county olliccrs.By by rlllm
upon by virtue of a writ of attachment, of a
Mr. Bevill of bill Nvu.STOUKX.NKW
assessor of taxes'for. Jackson county ; W. n.lcLlt Sumter-Assembly : Ann .
t writ of fieri facing issued from any of the circuit No. 231: To shcritl's: constables and I
) )(], to be assessor of taxes for Walton : : require ,
county ; l'aulrnau, William Fernandez courts of this State where l'Ialtll'ropertr county judges in till! several counties of the (: SF.TTLF.RS! : : ,

Ignatio Lopez and James B. Ponce, to be is of a perishable nature. 201 State to keep a record of the costs they r. COMPLETE MANURES:
By Mr. Clu\llIlIl'r-Henatc bill No. ( :
commissioners of pilotage in Sty Johns county. charge. Purchasing hind from this company\ are fur
For'the relief\ of Charles James, of 111rie11count'
Mr. of bill
By Bryan Orllllgl'-ACst'lI\hly
Micd with entire fore platpeon lhe'fransit -
Fla. No.::21':To prohibit pleas of usury nnd exorbitant

+ -TTKSHVY, February 15.! By Mr. Walker-Senate bill No. 205 I ; To interest! in suits nf money loaned. Fait I'vy.uJo'ItU: (CKOI-: Railroad fur family and personal cfleets

The following bills were introduced : prevent frauds upon t travelers. Also! Senate By Mr.: Jhltler-As"clllhh'bill No. :233: : ']'0 to time station nearest the land purchased.
bill No. "OH< For the relief of 1'. W. White '
Uy )[1'. McKinnon, as chairman of the late : of: the :Second Judicial Circuit of, pay'collectors\ for writing and posting tax TITL1J[ ]: COMPLKTK[ ]: :, being/ derived by
committee- finance and taxation Senate .this State.judge sale advertisements.By Prepared) on scientific I principles) to supply( grunt from the United States and purchase

bill No.of revenue.175 ; For the assessment and collection By Mr. Willard-Senate bill No. :!IIi) : For No. :234:fir: For Bryan the of relief Orange of Augustus-Assembly: J. Drig-bill the exact )plant food for each crop, HO as from the Slate of Florida.CORRIvMPONDKNCK. 1
the relief of Tallahassee .
:Mr. lcCll'l1m-Sl'nllte bill No. 170 : to produce large yields .
By per jU'I'I'1.111)
i following bills were : gerx.By : : : HOCl'nu.Jt'K'ril'tI't' ( [ : .
:- To amend the sixth section of an act approved Mr. il1'r-AII.elllhl[ bill No. 235: : To
Assembly bill No. 170 : To repeal an act amend : 3011 of the acts of 1H77.
March 7, 1879, fixing the per' diem Chapter
and mileage of county commissioners.Uy approved February 4. 1801. and entitled an By 11 I r. ;1cel-AaseumblyiiiII! No. 230: : : For M.m ltlllll'IIU.t'UlUllllltl't1! onipplicatlon.
act to improve the navigation of I'cact:'('f'ek A HKU.KIW IN
the relief of C. S. Cam .
bill No. 177 To
:Mr. Lee-Senate : provide drain
fur the protection of fisheries in this and to the .swamp and overflowed By Mr. IlCrnrAoIol'lIIlll) bill No. :237: : CHAS.! W. LHWIS: ,
lands thereon, and an act to incor|>orate the
State l'cacel'reek Immigration \ Agricultural Society To empower judges of circuits to order cases: PKIMK: AORIClM/nWAL] CJIKMICALS( : : nnd<<1 Commixioncr.Olllce .
bill No. 178 To : in which they are By Mr. Crill-Senate :
and provide' for the Mh.,1' the landscovered referee. cur. Beu-h and !Seventh Sts.
amend the first section of an act approved
March 2, A. 1). 1877 and entitled I an act regulating to clear the by sahlal't.i.title af the or Trustt cither of of them the Internal and By Mr.[ Kl'IIIH'th'-\Is'lIIhly bill No. :23H: : S1ILPHATK( ]: ..UDIOSI.t'll. .\. -Ki-tf- _---
To therein named
of the exempt certain parties
; proceedings before justices Till: I'I.OIIII
I 1 Improvement Fund to (the same. from taxation.
(peace.Uy Senate bill Xo. 12S: : To illl'orpurull' the .\ I'HOSPHATKS] ] ,
By Mr. Htrill (Assembly bill No. :225 :
Mr. Thompson--:Senate bill NO. 179 : I I Railroad rnoWN IMPKOVKMKNT: : COMPANY.FernitiKllnti. .
IVnsacola & Atlantic
: Company\ To provide] for the volunteer
To provide for the of the title 1 of payment
conveyance Ii
I and to grant certain lands to the same.Assembly .
lands purchased' htilt' Htarl' ut tax salts.AlsoSenate companies commanded by Captain Kendrick MURIATK: OF POTASH,
bill No. OS : Relating/ to actions and others.
No'. For the rodemp- '
bill ISO :
.?$ tint of lands sold for taxes, and to quiet j,, at law and to authorize married women to By Mr. II'Crary-Ass'mhly bill No. :221.: .
$* titles therefor.By I. c-vecutebonJaand! undertaking; in such ac For the relief of Thomas Smith.\ "SULPHATi: ell'OlJA" ,
; tions.CofirntatimuAlexander. Mr. Howren bill No. 221 TOWIIM" oil It. It. IJue,
:Mr. Walker-Senate" bill No. 181 : To By -Assembly :

; prevent Federal interference with State Beet be State attorney. Seventh St.ClairAbramsto Judicial Cir county.For the relief of T.1V. Downing, of Alachua NITRATi]': (Ho' SODA] And C'etlur Key.

t tions. cuit ; Hamilton; McFhaul, to he assessor of Mr. bill No. :222
To By :
By Mr. l'olhill-Senate bill No. 182:
t taxes ; It. M. Morgan, to be collector of revenue Relating to Masonic! (),Fellows, religiousand HUPKRPHOSPHATK( ; : LIME:,
I amend Chapter ::SO<>!!R t> of the Laws of Florida, I fur Gadsden county.lroceedlno .
mutual( aid societies.
{'lItitl'tlllll act for the collection of revenue.
The following bills passed : By )Ir. Hall-Assembly! bill No. 223: : To Otters to IjfsHccM and Purchasers u large
wore fo'UI.I'JI.'nUXI''II.: ( : .\
Assembly bill No. 112: : For the relief of of the Aembly.MONDAY fix the pay of members of the legislature, lumber of the most eligible and do i ruble
John Broward.Assembly February! U.Tht' and officers and attaches Lots I suitable for BuMintw* Purposes, or fur

!f bill No. 128: : For the protectionof : following bills were introduced<< : By Mr. Bryan of Orange-Assembly bill Pure round Hone.' City or Suburban Residences,
1 parents': guardians or other persons By Mr, Carroll-Assembly bill No. 214 : No. 227 : To incorporate the Ocklawahu Canal .
:. luiving the legal; supervision: of minors. For the relief\ of Lot Bryant of Leon county.By it Navigation Company.: UPON EASY: TKRMS.:
'( Senate bill No. 04 : To prescribe the mode Mr. l'ol..man-\s..mbly bill No 215 : By Mr. Miller-Assembly! : 1.111u" :227 : To Our circulars I full and
,[ of foreclosing mortgages and enforcing Hens, To compel farmers to keep up (lawful prescribe the time and<< manner of giving notice mailed) free to all give particulars They, contain are Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
in this State. of contest of election of Assemblymen. applicants.' larties engaged in manufacturing or indui-
securing debts or demands of $100 and under. fences ill format 1011 that will be of service to tboMj
By Mr. Bryan, op JIiIlIlIHJruuh-A8sem.!l ; The following bills were passed: Fertilizer ::1dmGOIiLU trial fiitfrprihcs, who will erect on the prop-
b Senate bill No. 1W1 : To designate the holidays bly Mil No. 21 fi : To admit<< deeds to land sold Senate bill No. 119! : To provide for the assessment buying or using arty piircnastsl, : substantial Improvements<<
to be observed: in the acceptance and for taxes to be recorded. and collection of taxes on public for residence, or in which to ('lIIulutht'lr
payment of bills: of exchange bunk checks By )1r. Cooper-Assembly bill No. 21": ]lands. A (''O.'H "U' \illfMM.INDUCKMKNTH.
and promissory rates Concerning the taking: of appeals! from the Assembly bill No. :2*' : To require stevedores : TO MANUPACTITIl! .

Senate bill No. 103 : For the relief of Jas. Circuit Courts to the Supreme Court of this to I pay a 1 license! tax. .......................................................,......... KIW: by exemption' \ for a term of years from
:S. Turner, of Levy county, Fla. State. Senate bill No. 12!) : To n'|*-ul and dinu.lvemuniciMl : s taxation, ottered by the several cities and
i Senate bill No.: 11)< 4 : For the relief of W. By Mr. Cooi>er-Assembly bill No.218: To | curjxiration under certain circunistance i 't'latTIf..Zt:1t: i ii towns. Apply to

D, Palmer. regulate the admission certain evidence in *. ....i.........................................................i..".
Senate bill No. 110; : For the relief of suits by the State against Tux Collectors and A*>tmbly bill No. 17*' : Tu provide fur the CHAH. W. LKWIS: 1, Agent.yLrOtlce .

Henry Jernixan, of Walton county Fla. I their sureties. execution ;nf criminal proem* without en
cor. Beach & 7th hU.. Fernundina,
Till: BKHTrilHINU :
I Senate bill No. 157 : In relation to the By Mr. Harris. c>F Oran Assembly hillNo. dorsement.Awnmbly. IC-tf
illegal employment( laborers and servants. 219 : To regulate the licensing of physicians t.i1Suo\ 10 : To Incorporate ..
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{'unfi"IIII/if.II-X. Wainwright.. to be 8fur and the practice of medicine, nurgeryand ) (ift'('" e un'rill.t\ : Mi'llonville Railroad fur FALL (f'ARDKNH being NOTICE.
&'.", of Taxes for Bradford county.WEDXB.PAY obstetrics.By : (.ilmlf.amly.| $ JL not only u ]*rfcct plant f I Mni I, but will
Mr. Perry-Assembly bill No. 220 : To kl't'J.1I( insects" at a renpfctful distance. Parties who have been grunted the privilege '

"February regulate( the practice of medicine.BilU FKIIHY. February I" For sale in any quantity, large or small, of hunting and killing quail and other
\. The following bills were introduced : lua. sed : The following hallo were" introduce<< : and country orders delivered FARE: on game on my premise, a* well" as all other
By Mr. Mallory Senate bill No. 183 : To Senate bill NO. 163 : Relating to the custody By Mr. Miller-.t .setimblybill\ No/ JO ; For boaU or cars. Vegetable growers TRY IT. '>cr!onq, are dtiiiretl to discontinue the prac t
protect "ail,r. and t. prohibit jrsons engaged : of person charged with or convicted tif the relief of C i.ltiinbusCix. bran. UOULU A CO.. lice as. I don't wish them killed nut too t toiuly.
in the business of Chipping sailors, and crime. I I By Mr. Knmcily-.Wmbly bill\ No. 240: ftl 3m M %V. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. JAMK.S: 1'. O'NKILL.I : .


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, \i$ Tim GERMAN CAPITAL. ItookN and Stationery.=: J-I CJKNKIIAL IUI:TORY.'. ( BREVAIin: iOfXTV.Otunty I Collector of Tirmme-M. H. Warring, Mad-

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I"} :,,, 'I To the Editor of the l17rrorBERLIN : lidded Stales- Oficerss.t.ANn ,T.tlJr-A., Whitlock, City Point, 19011 Assessor of urH.< 1>. '\"It!'. wor tl I, Mad-I 1
'1 PRUSSIA, February 7. HORACE IMU2W, Clerk-A.. A. Stewart, Titusvillo.AwMor ison.
: One of the most eccentric old ladies in OFFICE, OAINft'VIU.K.: of T
Europe+ died the other day at her residence Wholesale and Retail llfgittrr- A. Barnes. Gainesville.' Collcctorof CI'Clillt-P. Ml'latt, Lake Jes- COlllltyTItIIJe-J' )lt.[ lrahalll, Ianntee.
Rf'rfi'er-.John J. RoUinH, laine.sville.'. sup, Orange: Glunty.uprrilltclldetll : .
in the Strnlauer Strasse Berlin where she TIOOICK STATIONARY "\ Tin-, (.'lfr '-Hnhert H. GrillithLfttlater.
\ S'trt'ryor.cnertll-' L. I 1) Hall, Tallahassee.! of Sr/wol.-AIxllHll'r: Hannan, Pine Level.Isscssor .
had lived in all but absolute seclusion for 1H-TKICT: Col'RT.Jtu11UThomas hall, take View S"eriff-WIII.Ta.tC8-\rm.C. 1I'arrbh, I'arrisll. .
And '
CLAY ('ol' T\ .
nearly half a century a solitary female !servant Settle, J l\'kslJlI vilte.Jlrrrlll.J. .
having been the only human being .:!) WKST lt\Y SIRE: l. H. Durkee, Jacksonville! County .Indyc-11'nt. Peeler, Green Cove Collector r f Rf'l'ellllt'lnrlOn (). Carlton,

with whom she held any personal communication Clerk 1'hilip Walter, Jacksonville. Springs.:' Green Cove Pine 1.l'n'l.
Ulerk-O. A. UuJdington, of Schools/ -Felix J. Seward,
for more than thirty years.!! She JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. INTERNAL KF.VENl'K. Springs. Superintendent Level.!

1 was well off, and denied herself no luxuryin Collector( -Dennis Kagan, Jacksonville.COLLECTOIW Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green CoveSprings Pine MARION COUNTY.

the of eating and drinking but OF n'j\TOM 3. lt r. Mclntosh, Oi-ala.
way ; A tumor of Tajren Vtm. Conway, }\in '!4Ic,)'. County Judge-
would never permit her apartments to be John W. Howell, Fcrnandina. J'I Clerk-U. 11 Long! Ocala.
a { Collector of ltei-e>iue-\\'m. S. u III Iller,,
; .H'hool Books a Spcclally.-tlS, 1'elwllrellIOl'kil1: !'!, Jacks! onvillc. Sheriff". )1). looser! Ocala. VAftcsmr )
f sweptor her furniture to be cleaned, so that, .. __ .n_ _.. ___..._ _..._ .. .. John F. House! St. Augustine, Maxville. F. of Taxes-Thomas Barco, Cotton
Scwulsr. Gciger,,
her after her death crintendtHt of
( upon entering dwelling TRY THE J. M t'urrie, Cedar Key Middleliurg. 1)llIlIt.

the police authorities found everything within c.'OI.UMIII.'or. TY. (Collector! of: J/'cllllc-1-'redl'rl'k N. Foy, UOeall

r them except the kitchen utensils, covered NEW YORK OBSERVER Stale OHIcerM.KXECCTIVK !' Cound/ /IIlllc-W.. M. Ives, .Jr., take CitroUlerk'Joh'lI \. of Schools! -II. C. Martin I ;

with layers of venerable dust, from two THIS YEAR UEPAUTMENT.Gmtrnor : Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Fort Superintendent" McCoy- I
to four inches thick. For she /.rtf-J; W. l'errv, take City.Aftc'tunr .
many years -'''Ut. I). Hloxham, Tallahassee.! MONROE: COUNTY. J

had worn no linen or any other body garment T1IK LARGEST AND JIKST FAMILY 1ielttcllflllt'avcrlwfLi'ing, ton W. Ilcthel Collector I 'of.7nxcaL.of lJes-Thu'l.: W.:' Rivers W. Gctzen! Lake take City. County' Judge' : -Chas. J. Huron, Key West.!! fl

but a man's duffel dressing gown. It PAVF.nA* TltK WOULD. Tallahassee.Hccrrlary! City. Clerk-John Sitchcr, Key W'est.a!
of Mate-John I.. Crawford, Tal Key West.
,sy, -Richard Curry, I
was her custom to wear a boot on one foot lahassee. Sup rilltcllllcllt of SdlOul.-Julius1Jotsdan1l'r, < Jr.
'1"1" Send for .- Assessor of Tare*-Walter C. Maloney, H
Sample Copl"fl'e.NJ'W
and a shoe on the other, and she never took $ 1fi Cv>iij>trolIcr-\\\ I). Uarnes, Tallahassee Lake! City* West !

1'1 off her gloves! day or night, except change Trf'mlrrr-llenry A. Eagle, Tallahassee.! HUYAI. l'Ot: TY.Cuu"ty.Twl"cWilliam Key Collector! of Rt'I'CIIIIC--.I1ter! C. Maloney, t
YORK OllSERVER, Attorllfy-GfllfTII1-J'orge 1'. Ratiey, Talla A. McLean, Jacksonville
them for new ones, when fairly worn out. Jr., Key Wc.'t. i
l-3t 37 Park Row, New York. hassee.Umnnuitlimer!' !! Superintendent, Schools-J. V. Harris, Key ...
She always pa8."c.'l1the daylight hours in bed, of Isimli. -Hugh[ A. Curte ', Clerk-Thomas:' K.: Buckman, Jacksonville West. ;1

I : rising late in the evening and oceupyingher Tallahassee! S/'erif-Uriah Ilowden ..Tncbollville..f. \SS\U! COUNTY. ;
I SlIperi"tfll/lrllt of labile Inttniction( :. K. ... I'II""f of Tares-Daniel P. Smith Jack ..
) nights with cooking sumptuous meals for GET THE BEST Foster! Tallahassee. sonville.Collector. County Judge" -Hinton J. Baker, Fernandina.

herself and her companion, making a pointof IyfBSTEq Adjulll/t-jI'/1eral-.T.K Yongc, Tal lahassee of Rt'I'I'II11I'-UC'llr A. L'Engle, l
finishing her repast before dawn. She EiiITCNOCTICN Vtnniiii,'*inncr, of InuUyrution-Dr.; Seth Jackson! villc. ('leek-C.11'. Maxwell! Fernandina. ";
cuts and birds and UNABRIDC French, Jacksonville. Superintendent of Kchooli-Albert .J. Russell s/criff-l'clt'r, Cone, Fernandina.
kept a great many dogs, Jacksonville.: Assessor of Tftxes-111n. II. Garland, Fcrnandina. ,
q fUPP1F,1ffNT !
I caused every new work on zoology to be SUPREME COUUT. '
g purchased for her as soon as it came out. In Chief.TII..tirc-K M. Randall, Jacksonville.! HAMILTONCOf.NTY. 'ollector of h'ceenui Warren F. Scott, I1 cr- :,
Atociate Justice 3. Wcstcott Tallahassee. (bnrh.ludyeIlenr( J. Stewart, Ja.-per. ;
,jr., ) nandina.Superintendent.
;: this strange! fashion she lived to the age of If you intend some day to getWEBSTER'S Clerk-Robert Stewart: Jasper.' / of 8cwolsA.. Mahoney, ;

l; eighty-two. Her whole property, with the AfMctnte .Tu..tice-lt. U. Van Valkenburg, .S'/im'f| James!' M. Duncan) Jasper.A Cullahan. '

exception of a handsome legacy tuber faith UNABRIDGED, Jacksonville.! A 'fr of Taret-J. T. Cooper, Ancrum. ORANGE: COUNTY.

'if ful old servant, is left to a grandniece, residentin "DO IT NOW." Clerk-V. H. Foster, Tallahassee! Benton Collector Col'umbia of R"I'CIWf'-J.County P.. 11. Goodbread, County .T/Illlc-It I.. Summerlin, Orlando.

this country, to revert, after her decease, CIRCUIT juiKira. tfnjicrinteiitlcnt of Schools/ -Joshua II. Roberts Clerk-3. 1'. Hughey, Orlando.SheriffThomas .
Reid.Assessor ).
First CiicttU-Augustus B. Maxwell, Ten-
I to an asylum! for dogs. An early disappoint Contains Words sacola.tifcund: Ancrum. of Taxes John C. llryson, Haw,
over 118,000
I ment in love, and the subsequent' death of Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas HF.H.\XNDO COVNTY. kinsvillc.!
I a husband whom she espoused please her 1928 Pages, 300O Engravings, County Jndyc-\\'. L. Frierson, Hrooksville. Collector o/' Rf'l't'IUCI1t.. Poyntz, Orlando.

parents, are believed to have been the original i.I Four Pages Colored Plates see.Third C'irruit-1 J. Vann, Madison: Superintendent of! Schools T. hocks, I
Fourth Circuit-It. II. Archibald Jackson UIrk-J. C. Law Ilrooksville.Sheriff Fort Reid \
\ SEW WOUDS) and lraulngM !
I causes of the misanthropical resolve! 4600 ville.. -3. l1. Mickler, Ilrooksville.A TAYLOR COUXTY.Countu ,

:I r' which prompted her to seclude herself from Biographical Dictionaryof Fifth Circuit James U. Dawkins, Gaines fssessur of 7'11.r1'-\\. M. Garrson, Ilrooks Jnd/e-I I). N.C'ox, Perry. '

:.i' the world for nearly three-fourths of her over 9700 JiT:m1CS.. ville. ville.Collector Sherj/-TI{ : toltta8Osteen, Perry. .,
Sixth Circuit-11. L. Mitchell, Tampa. of ltl't"uc-I 11 r. Townsend.) Clerk-John M. Faulker Perry.Superintendent .
'1 long existence. mo Th lime Uu-ni.ii.iry.. ng Xcrcnth (rcuit-'V.. Archer Cocke, Sanord. Itrooksville.Sujurintfiident! \ : of .I.lIol.K. Vann, ferry i r.
Nearly ten years after her transfer from 3000 Eu+grnvngNncarlvthrer: Tnr of Shoots-Dr. S. Stringer, County/ l''I'II''llra-D.) S. Sutton, Perry.
French to Prussian hands, Valerie! the Oreat ".ui ninny ns ivny either I/iet'ry. JClEvery Court: Ciilcmlnr.TIIIRII Itrooksville. County S"rl't'lor-H.. N. C'ox, Perry.

has, at length, been set up in the Kastanieti coiintunt nohool and reference.family should l have it E ClKft'IT.tfj 11tri:ROIturoll COl'NTY. Collector 1ct'c/llw-Joltn: C. Calhoun,

Waldchen, of Berlin, a* trophy of the crowing GET THE STANDARD. >rini/( Tall1- ('OIwly.l"Ilr.-II." L. Crane, Tampa. Perry Tares Win. II. Parker Perry. "i
triumph achieved by (German valor and : of JrL Bter', U over 20 times tho! CJ Taylor: 2d Monday( in April. Ulel'k-'III. C. Hrown, Tampa.Mirriff .Issrss'n of ,
Sale.." 10 of any other series ot Diotionarit-H. CD Madison, 3d Moiuiuy( in April. D. Isaac Craft, Tampa., KT. JOIIX'ttorXT\ : \'. :I
i endurance on the 2th!) of January, 1871. T he "hl hl'.t authority of the Courts: in m Hamilton, Hit Monday in April. A..nmitor of Tajres; -L. n.! Leslie{ : 1'11 III pll. County Judge-)[. R.I: Cooper, St. AngusV
I This monster cannon, measuring twelve ami dl'finitlon.cj Justice 11'nite. JL Suwannee, 1st Monday( after 4th Monday( Collector of! 1:1'1"'lf-\\' F. J'uris, Tampa.Xiijicrlntcmlrnt ( : I JIll'.

: a half feet in length and capable of'projecting universal mithorityln. deeiJA_f% in April. III Xchootx-11. 1.. Crane, Clerk-llartoln F. Oliveros,: St. Augustine.Slier .
I. ing the meaning of word* Columbia iJd after -Ith Monday .\II ustil1l".
Monday( Tampa. !/ \ N. Pucctti. St. 'f.
conical shell 2UO: pounds to other ,
weighing Dictionary Bar been
a bought by
N Stato to its Schools. "JLTf JLTI in .\pril. jr.FFnitsox. Assessor of Tu.res-David L. Dunham.) ::; 'I
n distance of over five miles, was!' the espc-( any 'Jd I, in
: which nino-tenths of tho Lafayette, 1ondayafter Monday fJlIllt.TII"I'WltiltH'r/ ( ( Monticello.tihcriff Auguotine.: t : .
f'"1 t etch pride of the Mont Valerien garrison D'ctlonaryon ...of tho country Are biwi ed.I.Authority D April. ; W.' 7.. IJailey: Monticello. ('i1bl'turof Revenue/ -Joseph: } .1'. Llambiax,

:: during the siege of Paris. Valerie's!:! portentous in the Government Printing A Full; 111I- I (.Yerk-1V. 11. Lamar, Monticello.Huiieriuteiident St. Augustine.: rot
WashiriKton. Jan. 1881. Taylor, I'd Monday in October. ; ( of .S'i7inn/<-J. I3. Christie, Superintendent; of! ,SI''I"I.Thollla' .\. Pa- 1:1:
i brief intervalsthroughout
I voice, bellowing at Rt by Slide Snpt's Schools InStates R Madison, 3d Monday ill October. )Iollt il'l.llo. l'c..ttit.:: Augustine.SUMTKi. ,w
the long winter nights! will not 3G and 50 College TreH'tH. Hamilton, 4th Monday( in October.Suwannee ('("until TPe/IRrrrrr-IV. A. W. Simmons, : COUXTY.:
attached to Dictionary\ that has been placed in more TTk :: 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin ( :
;: bo readily forgotton by one Monticello.
any JJ
public schools in U.S. i County" .'wllle-I1l'nn' S.Cussidy( Leesburg.:
the royal headquarters: at Versailles!! whose IS IT NOT THE STANDARD? Columbia October. 2d Monday after 4th Monday in Collector of Ih'l'Cnur-Joseph Palmer' Mon Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey Leesbiirg. j

'' i nocturnal rest was so frequently broken by rllbll\hedhYG. &C.MERRIAM,Springfield, Ma.)!>. October licellu.Assessor of. Tit.rcs-J, P. Grantham; Monti- _o./'ri11'-.1. S. Dyches'Leesburg.Assessor +.
.J -t. \' 'I the growling utterances of that gigantio! Also Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary. Lafayette: l Monday. after 4th Monday in cell.n 1ilrc.1-JII-'ph: Hutchin.son: ;,:'!
t ; Leesburg. .
She must have cost the French nation 1040 Pages Octavo COO Engravings. October IAFAYETTK: OH'NTY.
; piece.
y' \ FOUllTII OIKCTIT.&j Collector' of Rt'I''I/l/e-.fohn W. Dyches, :::
I a small fortune in the course of her active ('II'I/Itf' Jlldl/t'-"'. J. Dixon, New Troy. Leesburg.Suiierintendent: : "
>rin / / / of Sdll'II.II. II. Duncan, .
career for her every discharge represented 'rlll: 1-1I1I4.\ln-J.I-III. TI.MIS.An : John's.! :M; Tuesilay in March Clerk:-llowell Hawkins, New 1'roy.fierinfendriit take (Gritlin. tKoI

an expenditure ofUUO: and she was often Clay! 4th Tuesday! in March. f f.... ./ ooln-J. Ramsey! : New
I fired from twenty to thirty times during a TIm TIMES: FOR 18$1. Hradford! 1st Tuesday! in April. Troy.Count. SUWAXXEE: COUNTY.County : ; )
Baker 2d Tuesday in Judge-Michael A. Clouts Live
April.Nassau Tr"Imlra-.J..J. I'ainter New .
Mingle night, doing, however but small The Tinwt will enter the New Year with a ;/ 1
:3d! Tuesday April.
of Rf"IIIICl'Wtoli" :Sapp, New
1, damage to the besiegers of Paris, who did larger circle of regular of readers its : than, it and had the at Duval, :3d Tuesday'in! May.[ Troy.Auerwr. Clerk-Robert: A. Reid, Live Oak.
last lose dozen by any previous period history Fall Term- '. Sheriff John R.: Sessions: Live Oak.
1 not, from first to u men of the next must of. 71t.res-IV. Cottrell, New
important events year : John's 3d in September.Clay Assessor :Sessions: Weit .
'; colossal loaves." :St. Tuesday! IIlTtlJ'cs-\\ ,
},: the bursting of her sugar steadily enlarge the fi'lcl.of independent 4th in Troy. born. urea i
Tuesday HI'ptl'mhc.'r.Brliclliml.
In all probability "silenced, forever she now journalism.\ 1st Tuesday! in October. Collector of Revenue-Robert I". Allison "6'
.1 i.. stands close to the grand guard house! in the A new administration will he inaugurated; 1 taker lid! Tuesday! in Oetuh a'r. Judge-II. C.' Iii pile)', Tallahassee. Live Oak. .
11 new 'political occasions will create new outloud Nassau, :3d Tuesday in October. SJrriJos'l"( \ Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-3. O. C. Junes
so-called Chestnut! Thicket, nearly opposite ,
t l'1' duties; the great commercial and industrial Duval) :3d Tuesday: in November. Clerk-\ .\. llryan Tallahassee.Superintendent Live Oak. :,
.i\ the Crown Prince's palace, and is appropriately prosperity! of the country must stimulate of School*-Henry N. dkd. VOU."I.'U'XTY..
\> flanked on cither side by a. huge progress and thrift in all sections! and! FIFTII CUMTIT Tallahassee.! ;
the tendency of political power will be toward Spring J'ermSumter Trf't1."rer-.J. L. Demilly Tallahassee. Count\i\ Judye" Vnil. I. taPeitoticre, Enterprise -
\ ., f mortar, captured in 1814 by the Prussian corruption and despotism! as it ever is 2d! Monday in March. Collector ofierciiue-U. 0. Pearce, Talla i
1 army at IM Fere.1'rol'CMMiOllUl. when the people are diverted from the stern Marion, :3d Monday in March.[ hassee.Attestor: Clerk-Jhn'IV.1)kkins, Enterprise.:
I -- -- -.. .. criticism of authority by peace and plenty. Alal'lllllht Moiufay after 4th Monday in I of Taxes-R. A. Shine, Tallahas! Sheriff W. .\. Cone, Enterprise.
I and llllNlll, >NM' '.lards The Time will be in the future as it has March.Levy. Assessor of Taxes-Benjamin Richardson: ,
f'' 1 been in the {past, absolutely Independent of :3d Monday after 4th Monday in see.LEs'v: t'I>l' T'oUllty.TItIIIl" \. Enterprise.: ( !! 1.

''''1. U. c. miRYKE, political parties, but earnestly mid fearlessly. March( ( -\\'. H. Sebring Itronson; Collector r fcremeJuhu H. Jordan De-
devoted to integrity and patriotism in our Putnam, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-J. M. llareo, Itronson. tand.Superintendent. !:
.G KNERAL COMMISSION" MKKCHANT, !'!statesmanship!! to the freedom and sanctity March.( Slaiffn, Filllll 'SOIl. Itronson.Assemuir of Schools James lr. Chandler
of the ballot. Dependent party organs\ Fall T'rm- of Tares-J. M. "'i11h Itronson. Enterprise.' r
I CENTRE ST., NE\R 11. 11. DEPOT will continue to babble about party men and Sumter, 4th Monday( in October. Collector of: Rffllue-Jolm C. McJrew( W.KlLl.C.'Ol' T't''

)party measures ; to suppress, pervert or deny Marion, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in Itronson.SnjHrintendent! County Judge"'. T. Duval, Crawfordvillc. '
1 }FERNANDINA 114A.I the truth when {party interests demand it, October of &SduiJu F. Shands, Sherl/-\\. Walker, Cruwfordvillc.
and to lavish the regulation! praise of the servant Alachua, 3.1 Monday( after 4th Monday( in HrulI un. Clerk-Nat. Walker, Crawfordville.Super :.
H,y, Com, OutN.A to the master; but the growing intelligence October M uusox c.'Ol''TCUlllltlJwlICH. \'. !nteuilent of C/0018-Jolin L. Craw I
4 --- -- of the age daily multiplies the readers: Levy( 1st Monday after 4th Monday( in Witherspoon Madisun. ford, Crawfordville.County: .

W. tXX'KRELL, JNO. T. WAI.KKK, of the independent] newspaper, and the journals November. : Treasurer-TV. Naval, Crawfordville.
i WALTER: R. YATES.pOCKRELL : which Lost reflect the rapidlyincreasingindependence Putnam, 2d Tuesday after 1st Monday in .J.rriff-T.. H. Willard, Madison( .

of tho people) will be thegreat December. Clerk-John M. BI' J.'I."' Madison Collector of Ret'etllw-W. H. Walker, Craw
t WALKER: & YATES, American journals ot the future SEVENTH riKlTIT.Yolusia Siifurintendent/ of Schools-E.: S. Tyner, fordville.sessor. '
Tho Timet aims to reach the highest: stand- Hpri"9 T""III- Madison.County! .tIf. of Tate...-Cw. F. Register: Craw- \
a f (COCKUELL WALKKU, Jacksonville,) and of the independent newspajK-r. It fearlessly : 1st Monday in May. Treasurer-S. S. Fmith: Madison. fo rll'I 11 l'. ,
.. opposes{ corruption and rings III till Itrevard{ 2d Monday in May. --- .
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I Attorney andFERNANDINA Counsellors'' parties, whether in city, state or nation. It Orange, :3d l Monday in May.( ,
opposes{ every form of imperial political Dado, 2d Monday in June. g; 'I
whether represented by an individual -
\ },'I.\. by, a faction, or by a party. It opposes Fall Volusia,1st Tt'rll&- Monday in November. \ ;:; .-.. :.:",:

sectionalism North and South as the Itrevurd, lid! Monday( in November. LJc .., :oJ!
Ofllce adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Court. demon of the HCl'uhlitIlIHl it demands pub Orange, 3d Monday in November. ::2UJ
+FS lic tranquillity and the supremacy; of liberty Dade, il Monday in December.
WALTER R.- YATES, Notary Public. 04 4t and law for every citizen of the Union. : : III ::1

--. ----- -- -- .. Tho TTww will l begin tho New Year County O Ulcers.ALACHVA !
strengthened in all of its already exceptionably =
r O. N. O. JES.CONTRA.CTon strong departments. Its Annals of tho ('Ol' T\'. u.a .i,'

War will he continued in the weekly edition, Ctmiity Jmlije! -Junius I*. Gardner, Gaines THE NLV 1. C z' ... ea
AND HUILDER, with interesting extracts therefromin ville.Clfrk. CG .'l
specially ::
; tho other editions and the contributors: of -J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville, LUN6 PAD 2'Crane :
{ .MANUFACTt'RErt 1881 to this important feature of Shrriff John '\'. Turner, Gainesville.Jj.iM.wr Vo
1 distinguished soldiers\ of Tatft-J. M.I Dell, Gainesville.l.Wtvtor .
the most
will be from
MOULDINGS: of the North and Smith Its of Reretue-G. P. Thomas Gaines .
TUKXKI: UALUSTERS, NEWELS: and largo civilians list of contributors in this and in foreign ville.tfujxriiitfiiJtnt. ABSORPTION (NATURE'S WAY) CURE YOUR 11 .\ V KA C II K 4
; \; STAIR RAILS, WOOD .a VI-s.: countries will be more than maintainl'll ; of &hooll-O. A. Myers( diseases of the Kidneys Bladder

ft' TROUGHS, SHEATHING: ) 'its reliable news correspondence is unsurpassed Gainesville.i LUNG DISEASES, amid Urinary Organs, by wearing tll'e
: that of other journal of the BAKER COfNTY. ALL THROAT DISEASES,
t. ?r, AND FLOOR by any essentialto {'UlllltlJltdlJIIO.: R. Ilerndon.Sanderson.Clerk IMPROVED: EXCELSIOR: j
country ; its various detriments -- Hroathlug Troubles.It .
T ING. .
for the homo ami -F. J. P >ns, Sanderson.Xlitrjf
\1 t i "f complete) news'impor enlivened J. <'. Williams! Sanderson. },l" KIDNEY PAD.
\ Stair and Church Work family circle uro constantly: by UHI'lITO the system curative 4
,._ fresh writers, and it will maintain the position I- Aueuutr of Ttuet-K:, H.! R<>gei>oii, San agents and healing medicines 1
It i'is
\ \ A SPECIALTY it has won solely on its merits as one derson.lJlertitr. It DRAWS FROM I the diseased parts the a ).r.\U"1-I.: IIf If1L11.INO and IiI: ;
of the most reliable anti complete lIt'wIII"1ll'J'Iuf '- of Ierr.tue-Richanl Kennedy l'"i."IHllhat( route Ih'a tho ;V'ivrT'wiMI'LI7 I. : SENsIur.E: :, DIRECT: '' -- .
it t t DOOMS .\NI> WINnow Fit;AMES: the world. Darbyville.SuiteriiittiideiitofSfhitols. ,Thousands testify to its virtues. 1 lNU.r N' lOWERFl'L.: It Cl'Ri4: ,
( ;1 ., Ul'1.14 SIZI'!.S. TERMS: DULY-delivered by carrier*, for -\\'. O. Hampton.Ohistee. YOU CAN HE m'I.nVIDU: : : CURED. I. where I1II.t'.I.' .e f lit:>4. <> "KVKL.1TIOK: and 1

r Hox.174. twelve cents! u week ; mail subscription, six UhNOLlllt! !m l'i lid Ill'. Absorption
:t Post l'crmundtnal'la. dollars u or tiftv cents u month, intet- BRUt'0811 muxTY.Cvuuty : Don't easily: (- until ).0\1-ha'l' tried this son or direit medication, as ol'lKN'Il 1 to unsatisfactory .
\j I free year SCNIHV EDITION. -Double sheet\ JuIJo-J. It. HkhanlPnl\'idtth't'. suite applied RADICALLY Y EFFECTUAL : internal JIIt'llidtlf.: Send fur our
'leGlt't'IX.J ago Clerk Jlt'IIrY'lrk, take Itutler. treatise on Kitll1l' '
Ii JAMES Remedy.Sold troubles
two dollars u year, postage free; single copies, sent frt.'( Hold
ANn BUILDER, four cents. WtEKLY-Iuhli.hetl: : every Saturday Sheriff \\ : \\". Tumblin. Starke. by Druggists: : or sent by mail on reieipt by druggists! : or sent by mail, on receipt of
/' ; / 1ONTHACTOU morning, two dollars u year ; live .JucMor of T I
J $8 ten copies, $15; twenty copies, Hutler. THEONLY" Lrxo PAP Co., TilE "ONLY" Lrsa
copies. 1)0..
Second and Third, I ,
,i' Aluchuu Street, I between $25.:? An extracopy sent t'rt't'tnthegl'ttt'rlll' lUlrrtor uf. RtrtHUtfrvtl\ D. Cone, take Williams Hlot-k. J Williams Block, j jI
Butler.Superitra.lpt. Detroit, Mich.jC .
., FERNANDINA, FLA.: of u club fchoot*-.-('. E. Harrison .Jr end fur testimonials and book I .. I'etroit, Mich.ti. .
and estimates from a distance carefully Address, 'fl II-: Tnl1-* [ our ., TI" the original anti genuine Kid-
Orders attended to. -0"U' Philadelphia"a. tarkt'. three Millions a Year. Sent free. 64. hey l'ail 1. for it and take no other.
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Tilt; I'LOltntA. LIMISLATVUE.THE the agents of such persons, from boanling Assembly bill No. 41 : For the relief of Relating to the number of petit juror". J. N. HOHSON ..1MerrluuitM; SON
"""'"- vessels and remaining thereon in the |ptrt Robert Punkl, M. I)., and others. By )Ir. nl' .t1Ohts-\I'Iemhl)' bill No. 241 : ;
IUt.ts IXTUontTCn AS1 r.\"EI: ) BY OUR and harbors of t the State without the consentof Assembly,bill No. 172 : For the better protection UI"'lllirintransportntlon/: companies to forward -----. -

,.\\\ \KEUH AT TAU.AIISSKK.: the masters of such vessels.By public lands in this:' State, and to freight by !such' Hues, routes!' or con -l ('ounni.rlon J -
)fr. Niblack-Senate bill No. IS I : To better I secure the speedy construction:! of public nections.
The I'roceedtnys of the Senate. amend the sixth section of on act entitled work By Mr. Craig-Assembly hill No. 212 : For

R'ITUUFebruar\' 12.: act to I'ro'ihfor the registration i of electors! the relief of Frank M. Jolly, of Alachuacounty. CHARLKSTON, S. C.,
The following\ v WIN were passed : and the holding of elections, approved August TrmnvY: February 1,. ,
Senate bill No. 13.1: : : To incorporate the 0, 1808. The following hills were introduced{ : By )Ir. Watson-Assembly!' bill No. 213 : Cj()NFININ( themselves: strictly to their
rcnsaeola Street Car Comp uty, The following bills were passed: : By )Ir. Howren-Assembly bill No. :221! : To more fully define the duties of collectorof line of business, respectfully solicit con '
Senate bill No. 158 : lo provide; for the Assembly bill No. 173: : To be entitled an Forth relief) of I.'. W. Downing. revenue. sigh i 11mm'tlts
issue of bonds consolidating: the bond: belonging net to punish{ certain defalcations in money By 11 Ir. Jl''IIOMHclutln: to Masonic, By Mr. Watson-Assembly!' bill No. 211 :
to t the sinking funds: common !school, and propertv.Assembly'bill, Odd' Fellows'religious and mutual aid societies. To define the tltl'Ct'of the (certificate the ------- ---------

seminary and agricultural college funds No. ill : To be entitled an i comptroller, treasurer, and other ollicers.By. } 1'IitTIlLiZ1It S. 5

Senate bill No. 150 : In relation to the powers act to suppress: gaming. By Mr. Hall-To fix\ the pay of the memo Mr. Springer-'Assembly bill No. 215 : ----- -----------
and duties of sheriffs and others in incorporated Senate bill No. 170 : Fixing the times for pent of the legislature and otllccrs and<<1 attaches To he entitled an act for the relief of W. D. #e
) cities and towns. holding the circuit court of the Fourth Ju thereof Sims, of Hernando ('ounlH \'. This business has been our special trade)

Assembly bill No. 152: : To make certain dicial Circuit. By 11 Ir. McCray,-Assembly bill No. 221:! : Mr. Dnmglmerty-Assembly hill No.:210? : for over twenty! years, and( we have endeavored
: regulations of practice and pleading in actions Substitute for Senate hill No. 174 : To. Fortho relief of l Thomas I mlth Relating to the sale of lands of deceased ) to furnish our planting friends a PURK
of ejectment.Assembly amend the first section of Chapter 3138: Laws I By Mr. Stringer-Assembly: bill No. 225: : 1''l'Ilmll\nlllllitw Also: Assembly hill No. ARTICLK:, and their continued I patronage is
l bill No. 110 : To regulate proceedings of Florida, entitled an act to prescribe a uniform For the payment volunteer companies.: :247! : Relating to proceedings) in criminalcases. our host indorsement. We are prepared' to
.; before justices of the peace (incases rate of fare upon railroads. By J1 Ir. Miller-Assembly hill No. Z'tl : To !. Also, Assembly hill No. 2IH : To incorporate fill orders for all kinds of Fertilizers together
of peace warrants. Senate hill No. 171 : To amend section 80 prescribe the time and manner of giving notice the Orange ('il\' Collegiate Insti!' with our Cotton and( Corn Fertilizer and

i Assembly bill No. 158; : To \provide for I the of an act entitled an act relating to proceedings of contest of election of any Assembly tiltC'I o, Assembly bill\! No. 249 : )Forthe Compound Acid Phosphate.J. : .
p f! execution of writs or decrees in special cases before justices of the peace, and judgments man. relief of Owen J. :Summers. N. \ROBSOX: .t SON,
if! in other counties than the one in which they of justices' courts, approved February: The following bills: were passed : By Mr. Springer-Assennhly bill No. 250) : 00; Charleston, S.: C.

were i issued. 27, IMi,). Assembly bill No. :201 : Fortho adoptionof For'the rl'1il'fof Hannah Johnson.By .. --.- .-- -
'j Assembly bill No. 153 : To prevent the Assembly No. 194! : To hll'ntelh"C'oun- a child by Martin L. Douglass! and his I )Ir. Tlppin-Assembly bill No. 251 : To Itch Estate.:!'

tl i selling as butter of oleomargarine or any ty site of Holmes county, and.to prevent wife, :Martha Jane lcnl lu: spurious preparation purporting to be but controversy 1 thereon .\ No. 101 : To locate the county keep a tnll-hridgc across! the Little Bayou in
ter. t site of I nltii .county, and! to prevent Ivscambia: county lion NAI.K

i Assembly bill No. 113: : To authorize the Tiu-K II\\", February 17. controversy t thereon Bills passed :
,J board of State institutions!: to purchase a The following bills were introduced : Assembly bill XII I ISO : To incorporate the Senate bill No. lot\ : For the incorporationof '
n; small tract of I land. By Mr. Wulkl'r--'nute: bill No. 185 : For :St. Johns tv )Lake Kustis: Railroad t' the Jrand odgo of the Independent
The following bills were introduced : t the relief of Henry Bernreuter.: Senate hill No 02: : Relating to landlord's\ Order of Jood Templars Florida. ::----- ::

By 1 Ir. Polhill.-:Senate:: bill No. Hi'2: : To By )Ir. Bryson-Sennte bill \o. IStJ : For \lien, for what, and upon what it exists I Senate hill No. 100 : To provide for the
fix the pay of members of the legislature, the rl'lidol" Robert I Allison, of Suwaneecountv Assembly bill No. 150) : To incorporate theMonticello'iV payment of assessors! for rolling) the militia I "1 .... Sln\ II..I': IIOTKL, I Iilllatllllin'dly

':,11 and officers and attaches thereof Flot-id.i. Jeorgia(, : Railroed I ('11111 pan: %. in'the year 1870.Assembly .
By Mr. -iiblack-8enate bill No. 1G3: : Relating By Mr. Niblack-:Senate hill No. 187 : To Assembly bill No. 141 : Tolegaliethetowngovernment t bill No. 185 : To enforce a distinctive ::-------::

to t the custody of 'persons charged! with grant, t certain lands to the East Florida Railway of the town of Quincy, wrapping and I proper' labeling of :-: the Railroad
or convicted of crime. The bill was read the ('olllpan)', Assembly bill No. 190: For protection preparations of morphia. on ,
:' 1" second and! third time and passed.J. Bv llr.'l'homusun-Senate bill No. 183\: : of live stock Assembly hill No. 103 To: authorize John I L
For the relief ( 1). (J'lchrist. pulse of Milton take of and
confirmed in executive ofjtcorge to charge control
Dyches was I IN OXK: OF TUB
session, as sheriff of Sumter county. By Mr. Speer-:Senate: bill No. II'H!): To incorporate "' : :":' '.\\'. Fchiiary' 1< his estate.
the Florida Land 1 and Colonization The following bills were passed: : Assembly bill No. 71):1'mr: the relief of

MONIUY, February. Company.' : Assembly hill No. 174 : To :amend an act John Saddler..
The following bills were introduced : By Mr. JleKinne-Senate bill N o. 1K! : To to re\ll'nlllil\ act to provide for the redemption Assembly bill No. 127: : For the flil'fof D.M. 1IKALTHIF.ST: : PARTS: : OF) FLORIDA.For \ ) .

By Mr. McKinnon Senate bill No. 101 : authorize I the trrstees of t the Internal Improvement I of land sold for taxes, approved March I, Hammond, of Nassau county.Assembly .
To amend an act concerning forcible entry Fund l of the State of Florida: to 7, 1877, and to !' 'of hitndssimhl for taxes, bill No. 154 : To provide for
and detainer, approved February, Ism protect the interest: of the said fund by becoming and bought by t tilt/1 State, or any county. calling out the organized and enrolled mili particulars' addressFLOIIIil
By Mr. \lcKw-I'5enate bill \o. KM : To ; u bidder and purchaser of the mil- Senate bill \o. .I((5 : Authorizing limitedpartnerships. tia.
quiet titles to land sold for taxes. road from Lake City to Quincy, and the : Assembly hill No. 210) : To confirm the :\ ) MIRROR.Feniandina ,
4\ Bv Mr. Thompson-Senate bill No. 100( : branches: :\fonl il't'lI" and from Tallahassee Senate bill No. 72: : )For the relief of H. L. organization of the Jacksonville! St. Augustine M-tf( Fla.TIII ,
\ To designate the holidays to be observed in to St. Marks, should the same be sold as : Hart and Mary hart and-Halifax) (River Rail f road. ---.----..-.- .-- ..
the acceptance and payment: of bills of exchange provided, the !seventh clause of the decreein Assembly! bill No. 181 : Forthe relief of :Senate hill No. 7 : Granting certain lands ,: i. M>un>,ir

Dank checks (and promissory! notes. the case of J. Fred :Schutte and others, Albert Fries( of Duval\ ('ount\''. to the Tampa' Peace Creek and St. Johns
Also. Senate bill No. 107 : In relation to commercial complainants! : JacksonvillcIYnascola! Assembly hill \o. 71 : To amend section River Railroad AND AND IMMIGRATION) COMPA'Y
t. ter. it Mobile Railroad Company, the Florida four of an act approved February 27, A. I). Assembly bill No. 230: () : For t the relief of

Mrs pa Jones-Senate bill No. 168 : To authorize Central Railroad( (Company and others, defendants 1872, entitled I 1 an act allowing the! several county officers OFFKRS):I
;;. By __ ._ ._ .
for other u.
par counties in this State to locate their -
Peter Thompson, of Levy ('ountto respective .
bill ..
take charge of and manage his'own estate By Mr. Niblack-Senate No. 191! : To counttill'i'!. Fertilizer.
By Mr. U e-Senate !bill No. 109! : To limit the lien of judgments and executions. Assembly bill No. KKJ : For the relief of --. Of) the most
the Laws of Florida Ih'r.. Willarc1-S1'natl\ No. 192\ : : To Peter (Joss.Assembly i.
amend Chapter 3021: of II. J. I5AKER fc im<> ACCKSSIIILH( ::; : AND( Dl'XIRARLF}: :
entitled an act to amend an act for the registration regulate the mode of excepting: to the charges : bill No. 200 : To prescribe the .
; of electors and the holding of clec- of the circuit court judges and( juries. manner in which counties shall(I sue and be I.\MIH IS TIIK

tions approved February 2i, 18i7. The following bills were passed : sued *
4' By, Mr. Thompson-:Senate:: bill No. 170 : Senate bill No. 59!) : For the payment of Assembly bill No. 181 : For time relief of STATH: OF FLORIDA,

Fixing the time for holding the circuitcourt costs adjudged against the :State of Florida Robert K. Savage, of Bradford county. :215!I Plum; STRKKT: : NKW: YORK, At only $1,25:! per acre to new settlers, with
in the Fourth Judicial Circuit. by the :Supreme Court. Assembly bill No. 155 : )Relating to the
Senate 1Illu. 183: To sailors, and the privilege of selection parcels of 40acres
i By Mr. \leKinnl.-3cnate: bill No. 171 : To : protect custody, feeding tumid maintenance of personacharge'd
amend section 80 of an act relating to proceedings to prohibit persons: engaged in the businessof mine found guilty of critic or mare These lands are 10l'atellol\
before justices of the peace and shipping sailors n1\l1lhl' agents of such Assembly bill No. HIS: authorize the Manufacturers ofsCu and adjacent to the line of the

judgments of justices of the peace, approved persons, from boarding :oI1'11l and remaining governor to appoint' a chaplain for the convict

# February :27, 1875. thereon in t the ports and harbors of this camp.Assembly' ATLANTIC. (tt11.F AND WKST ISUIA'l'HAiI1'
By the committee on education-Senate State, without the consent of the masters of bill No. :202: : For I the restoration : EM 1/.1' .. 1'EItTiLIZEltS.-s-
such vessels. of the right's of Wal- CO.'S: R. R.,
citizenship Augustine
w bill I 1 No. 172: For State adoption of a series of I
{ Senate bill No. 177 : To provide for thepntectium n>n.
school of fisheries of this State. extending\ from FF.RNAXDINA: on the Atlantic -
r By Mr. Thompson-Senate hill No. 1 j3 : Assembly bill No. 197 : For the relief of
Requiring the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Senate bill No. 178 : To amend the first 1ll'nry.l.t'wurt.:: of Hamilton county.Assembly hl ('I:1).IIt: 1'\: ', on the (molt coast,
section_of an act approved March :!, Il'Iii,and bill No. 107 : '1'olllm'\II1 act
{ Fund to \pay interest on moneysrefunded thus affording to the producer cheap, constant
in certain cases.By ('ntitlelilln act to regulate criminal proceedings providing for setting apart a hlll\h'llclnIHl!
( Mr. Speer-Senate bill No. 174 : To repeal before justices of the peace.FRUUY personal property to be exempted fiom amt rapid transportation to the best

Chapter 3138, Laws of Florida, approved forced) sale) gull process: of law, approved' s -..1on.Nca--- : .. -II> markets.
March U, 1879.! February 18. June 23: 1879! to repeal a portion of Hst The belt of country traversed by the Transit -
The following bills were introduced : Chapter:9Ii: IIpprll\'cll"I'hrllllr 21, 1873.:
The following bill were passel : ,
TKUI: R. R. embraces
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fir lcI'illllonellate;: bill No. 193! :
Substitute for Senate bills Nos. 77 and 78! : By : Senate; hill No. :31 : To incorporate the
under For levying a tax for the years 1881 and -<:2. Live (Oak .C Rowland's: hoot Railroad Com
To dissolve municipal corporations: By Mr. Jh'lallll-l'nate'; bill No. 1111 : To : .;-ii- 1i.1NliIIEtiLr 1.ltYUHTY: : : : OF :SOIL;
pany. ,
circumstances therein stated, and to provide 4
) the jarden it St. JohnsImprovement
incorporate\ ( Spring)
governments: for the same. to be f..UIHIIII (he :State; a large proportion
Senate bill No 13 1 : For the !support and ) Company.By THUUSHVY, February 17.
dumb. WiIIml-'I'lIatt. bill No. 195 : To bills introduced being peculiarly adapted) to the culture of
education ol'the indigent deaf and following were :
incorporate: the Florida, Midland .\; (Jeorgia .\ Most: :Superior; Article, under our own '
i Senate bill No. 134. : To incorporate the By Mr. Craig-Assembly bill No. 229 : Ssarl: ; \I'uimru'11.1'at'ITmtand Party]: Vegetables

;\,fib Palatkait Indian River Railway Company, lands Railroad to the Company same.By and to grant certain Relating to the practice of dentistry: or dental ) Special Formula. ami( Tht Lnrf/f, Ci ninirt 7Wi>* and to certain lands to the same.Confirmations. surgery in this State.
grant : make these lands of GlllE'UL.1.111AITlu.t' KX
Mr. ('rill-"Il'lIate bill \u. lHi! ; : To provide ( worthy
: bill : )
.-John B. Anderson, to be By :11r. -Assembly No. 230 :
h I for the sale of )personal property levied For'the relief of ollicers. by manufacturers of LUMIIKHAMI
'. collector of revenue ; Henry 11. trace, to he county
assessor: of taxes'fur. Jackson county ; W. R. upon by virtue of it writ of attachment' ofwrit a By Mr. Bevill of :Suiiiter-Assembly; : bill N\VU.STOHKS.:
uf fcerifaciu.* i issued( from any of the circuit No. 231Tim sheriffs: constables and
McLeod, to be assessor of taxes for Walton : require ,
county ; l'uulrlHlII, William Fernandez. courts of this State where said property county judges in the several counties of the XKNV: SKTTLKRS: : i

Ignatio l..open and James B. Ponce, to lie is of a perishable nature. 20J :State'to; keep a record of the costs t they COMPLETE: MANURES-
l'hallllll'r-Scllat bill No.
By Mr. ( : :
commissioners of pilotage in St. Johns (coun For'the charge.By Purchasing: land from this company art' furiiNhed -
i relief of Charles James, lit'lIrlon
ty. Fla. Mr. Bryan of Orange: -Assembly bill with tutitt fttt javi s/(age on the Transit .
county, Xo. 212-1'0 prohibit pleas: of and I exorbitant
-TrEsniY, February 15. By Mr. Walker-Senate; bill No. :2O5 : To interest in suits of money usury loaned.By 1. Fou I' VVIt1.11)1 Ciioi-, Railroad for family and (xTsonul effects

The following hills were introduced : prevent frauds upon travelers.: Also, Senate; Mr.f Butler-Assembly: bill No. :233!: : To to the station nearest the land purchased.
bill No. 200: By :\McKinnon, as chairman of the late judge of: the Second Judicial Circuit of, pay collectors for writing and posting tax TITLU: COMPLKTK: being derived by
committee on finance and tUttiollI'nate sale advertisements. Prepared on scientific principles to supply
t this State.By grant: from the United States: and purchase
and collection By Mr. Bryan of Orau Assembly bill
: For the assessment -
bill No. 175
of revenue.; Mr. Willartl-Sellatt. bill \II. :207 : For No. 234:!: : For the relief Augustus>f 'Drig-' the exact plant food for each crop, so as from the State of Florida.CORRKSPONDKXCK. i ii
the relief of the Tallahassee Manufactory.The .
By )Ir. McClellan-Senate bill No. 170 : gc'rs. to produce' large yields per acre. i
following bills were : : : : SOLICITKD.Descriptive .
To amend the sixth section of an act approved passedAssembly II)' Mr. iII.r-A".l.rnhh.I bill !-il). 235:!: : To
March 7, 1879, fixing the per diem bill No. 170 : To repeal an act amend: Chapter :5011 of the:acts of 1877.
and mileage of county coin nussioners.By apl'rovltl.'ehruary. 1801. and entitled an By Mr.I Neel-ssemmbiybill; No. 23fi; : For M.un and niu.ri.AiM mailed on
act to the navigation of Peacecreek AI.HO UEALEIL51I'IIMF.1(11t11'l'I.fDit.tlm \
Mr. Lee-Senate bill No. 177 : To provide improve drain the relief of C. S. (oe, application.
for the protection of fisheries in this and to the swamp) and overflowed By Mr. McCrary-Assembly! : bill No. :237!: : niAH. w. LKWIS: ,
lands) thereon and an act to incorjiorate) the
i State To empower judges of circuits to order cases! : : CIIKMICAI-S: ; I rend Commissioner.Ofllct I .
l'eaeeCreek Immigration it Agricultural
By Mr Crill-Senate bill No. 178 : To : in which they are disqualified, to "be tried by
ciety, and( to provide for the sale ot'the lands referee. cur. Iteai'h and Seventh h4.III.tl' .
amend the first section of an act approved
entitled act covered by said acts, or either of them, and II Mr. Kennedy-Assembly: bill No. :23S!: : : .
March 2, A. 1>. 1877 and an reg- clear the title af Trusteesof the intersnal ) Sl1I.h,1L\AMMONIA.: -- -
to !
.I certain therein named 1
of the exempt parties
i nlating proceedings before justices! Improvement Fund to the same. from taxation TIII: i.omnv

peace.By .)Ir. Thompson-:Senate; bill No. 179! : :I I IVnsacola Senate bill& Atlantic No. 128: : Railroad To incorjiorate the By Mr. Stringer/: -Assembly bill No. ?:!25'fu : ACID PHOSPHATKS:; rpOWN IMPROVKMKXT: : COMPANY.Feriiuntlliiii. .

To provide for tlie conveyance of the title "f Ii Company, provide for the payment of volunteer
and to grant certain lands to the same.Assembly .
sahAlso companies commanded) << by J 'uptain Kendrick
lands purchased bv the :State ut tax < bill No. OS : Relating to actionsat MURIATK OF POTASH, -
Senate No". IHH'or) the and other.
!bill redemption and
law, to authorize married women to
of lands sold for taxes, and to quiet i By Mr. ft'Crnrv-A'il'IIIJJy bill No. :224.! .
titles therefor.By execute bonds and undertaking in such ac: For the relief of Thomas Smith. SULPHATK:( (OF HODA,

r Mr.[ Walker-Senate bill No. Uzi : To I tions. St.Clair-Abrams By Mr. Howren-Assembly! !bill No. :221! : 'I'owfM" on 11. 1C. Line,

prevent Federal interference with State elec to Confirmation be State attorney.*Alexander Seventh; Judicial Circuit countv.For the relief of T. \\". JI'JWIIII1J.OladlUu NITRATi: OF' SODA;( i And ('..dur Key.Offer .

tions. To ; Hamilton MePhaul, to be assessor. of By ReynoldsAssembly bill No. :222! ;
By Mr. l'ulhill-Senute bill No. 182:
amend Chapter 30IO! of the Laws of Florida, taxes ; R.Ciadsden M. Morgan, to be collector of revenue Relating to ilasonic, (Odd,\' Fellows, religious KUPKRPHOSPHATK: ] :; : LIMK:, t
for county. and mutual aid .
'entitled an act for the collection of revenue.
The following bills were passed : -- - Mr. Hall-Assembly bill No. 223: : To to Ix-hseeH aid Purchasers a large
Assembly bill c.,. 112: : For the relief) of l"'Ocf'l'dhtOIl of the Aembly.MONUAY Six the pay of members ut the \legislature, Hl1I.I'JI.'n1.CiSI'"IIA: number of the most eligible! ) ami desirable
John Broward. February 14. and ollicers! and attaches, lots, suitable! for Business l'urllllllI| or for
The following bills were introduced: By Mr. of Orange-Assembly bill City or Suburban! Residences,
Assembly bill No. 128: : For the protection Bryan Strictly Pure Ground 110.....'
. of parents guardians, or other persons By Mr, Carroll-Assembly) bill No. 214 : No.227: : To ncoriorate| the Ocklawaha Canal
having the legal supervision of minors. For the relief of I.ot Bryant of hesn county. t Navigation Company.By I'POX .:.\H\ TKRMS:
1 Senate bill No. 04 : To prescribe the mode By Mr. Coleman! -Assembly) bill No 215:1: Mr. filh'r-\lscllltI1II! No. 227 : To and
of foreclosing) mortgages and enfrimgliens: To compel farmers: to keep up (Ilawful prescribe the time antI manner of giving notice Our circulars all give particulars, contain are LUx-rul Discounts on Values allowed)( to

securing debts or demands of $100 and un fences in this State. of context of election of .\!!,wIIIIJIYJlIl'II.The mailed information 1 free to that wll applicants./ I be of service They to ttlCJloCJIU'hlg parties t'ugl1g11 I in manufacturing or industrial a
Bv Mr. Bryan, or Hillsboroiigh-Assembly following bills: were passed: enterprise*, who will erect on the property
Fertilizers. 34mJOIM
der.Senate bill No. 100 : To designate the holidays bill No. 21fi : To admit deeds: to land sold Senate bill No. 119! : 'fl) provide for the asKessment or using purchased fubstuntial' improvements
to be observed in the acceptance and for taxes to be recorded. and collection of taxes on public for residence, or in which to conduct their
L l>avmerit of bills of exchange, 'bank checks By Mr. C xjper-:Assembly bill No. 217: I lamLs.Assembly. < ? A CO.N business.IXWTCKMKXTH! .
and promissory notes Concerning the taking; of appeals from the bill No. 2s:! : Tn require stevedores : TO ( :-llTJo'\C'fUlt.

Senate bill No. 103: : For the relief of Jag Circuit Courts to the Supreme Court of this to pay u license tax ....................................,.........,.................. Kits: by exemption for a term of years from
.. :S. Turner, of bevy county. Fla. State. Hemalt.I,11I No. 12") : '(II rthm'ul) and dissolve : i taxation, offered by the several cities and ,
\ Senate 'bill No. Iii4' : For the rl'litCoCW" By Mr. G*>i>er-Assembly bill No. 218: To municipal 'orl'"ratillll"' under certain! circiinixtuncr : Ze" EERTILIZEIt'4TIS: : : towns. Apply to

D. Palmer. regulate the admission certain evidence in *. ....:........... ..............................................i....
Senate bill No. 10ft : For the relief of suits by the State: against Tax Collectors and Assembly bill No. 17* : To provide for the f'HAH.: W. UWJSgt: nt.

Henry Jernigan, of Walton county, Fla. their sureties. execution of criminal prmsas.s without en
% 1rOlJlec cor. Beach & 7th its., I.'cntan ina.
Senate \bill No 157 ; In relation to the By Mr. Harris. c "Orange-Assemmbly; ) bill! dorsement.Assembly. 'r If I': BUSTrniUXU IG-tf .

illegal employment of laborers and servants.Cvnjiriiiiiti'tit No. 219 : To regulate the licensing of physicians bill No. ITo Incorporate the ..
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-S. ('Wainwright, to be as- and the practice of medicine, surgery (ircfii mule Spring' MflU.nville\ I tail roadCompany. for FALL (OARDKNS being NOTI('E:.
sesr of Taxes: fur( Bradford county.yEDXE. and obotetrics.By : JL not only u | rfttt:t plant food, but will
Mr. Perry Assembly bill No. 220 : To -- keep( all Insects at a res-tful! | distance. Parties who \have been granted the privilege &

\ ..pAY, February 16. regulate the practice of medicine.BilU "'IUlI\"'. February 17. For sale in any quantity, large or mall, of hunting and killing quail and other
i The following bills were introduced : passed : I The following bill. Mere (introduced : and country order delivered FREE: : on I game on my premise, tu well as all other
By Mr. Mallury-Senate 'bill No. 183 : To Senate bill No. 103 : Relating to the custody I By Mr. Miller-Amiably bill No.230 : For I boats or cars. Vegetable growers, TRY IT. 'persons, are desired to discontinue" the proe- I
protect KaiL) !n> and t. prohibit (>tenon engaged of persons charged with or convicted of the relief of \ilumhusin bran SOULD A: CO.. (ice. as I don't wish them killed out tooclosely. ;
in the bu.i ntss shipping sailors,and crime. I I !By Mr. Kennedy-Assembly( bill No. 240: 01 3m N W. Buy St., Jacksonville, Fla. JAMKi: T. O'NKILL.TIlE .


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I THE FLORIDA MIRROR Jim Smith (colored) was arrested yesterday! SHU at H'orfc. In this they failed, but with the- -use of some The steamship! City of .f 1t.4rin is due tomorrow r

i4 j r : for stealing chickens.The The gamblers arc at work again at llald- Iron pieces, they displaced sonic boards on from Nassau and Matanzas. She I y,

'*.OQ A YEAR X1,00 Ft7R SlY DiO.VTIIS. steamer 11. tt. Plant had quite a win On Saturday they enticed an English: the Iron door and were able to make'thclr will sail promptly, for New York.

party to Dungcncss on yesterday.A man into their rooms, who, finding his mistake exit, and I then there was no difficulty In The !steamship Gtromlfht, of the Nassau i

f Local! Reflections. gentleman, who was Interpreter f fur attempted to make his exit, when he scaling the walls and being at liberty. The Line, is due here on tomorrow from New ,

t" Maximilian for several years, Is in our city. recvl'llaC't'Tl'\ blow on his head 1 and was method adopted making their escape displays York, and will sail during the day for Nassau :

r There is an ethereal mildness in the air. A 1>.\ GRAY In East Lynne and Camille at badly: hurt. The authorities of Duval county: considerable Ingenuity, and no doubt and Matanzns. We understand she will ',

x The bright! sun tempts n great many ladies Lyceum Hall Wednesday and Thursday would con for a never-to-be-forgotten benefit they are fully up to their business. It I is to have quite a large passenger list.Mr. -

1 i i' upon our streets" evenings next. on the public if they would break up that be hoped that they may be captured and re- Lawtcy's European: steamers arc due

The steamship City of Dalian brought avery The Dummitt grove sold five years ago for den, which enjoys the unenviable reputa- turned. here at, an early day. The steamship Sol- a .

.. large city freight. $12ooo-t\\0 years afterwards! it was sold for tion of being one of the very worst in the -- -- way, !XK3)< tons, Is now at Port Royal, and will

'f.x It Is hinted around that the next novelty $15,000, and this year it is reported at having country.Aurtrersary. Personal.Mr. sail for this port early next week. The ,

will be a necktie party. sold at $ 2OOO. Clemont, of the Congress House, Sara steamship lihei/l' ', 1,200 tons!' is due here on :,
the .
I Out of in there We have who of Artillery.The toga, i is visiting Florida resorts.
1,000 or more dogs our city sonic poor among us arc *:;
the 8th proximo. ..
i ure not over 100 licensed. truly grateful for the pittances! we give them, anniversary of the Nassau Light Artillery Mr. E. W, Agnew, of Ocala, was in our The steamer fit. Johns/ of the Charleston'. rt,
will take ,
I\ Lands on the line of the Peninsular Railroad and we arc sure that they would! be generousif place on 'fhuT'lI(1)Iarch!' city on Monday into northward bound, ,
Line port
came }
j are rapidly advancing. they had money to give. 10th. The preparations now being made Mr.\ F. "'. :Miner, of Providence, 1 n. I., i ia is Monday, with all her !flags flying. It wasimpossible {'

'I The first!' hop of the season will be given at Excursion tickets to Dungcncss and return promise an affair worthy of the reputationof guest of the I gmont, to ascertain: from any one on ':

the Egmont Hotel this evening.A arc now being sold by steamer J Van*for 75 the company.' There will be parade W. (l. Coleman, fS.: )., of the Transit Railroad of such an unusual display "
board the cause !'
!scarcity of grits In our market for the cents. They can be secured from W. Bailey and prize drill during the day. In the evening was in town this week of bunting-perhaps' Captain Vogel could, :,'
Tucker tlll'rl.111 be a social gathering at the Gustave Love of New York the 'tourists'
: past two weeks is unaccountable. at Centre street depot. t '
l The steamer Florida arrived on Wednesday Now is the time to plant shade! trees, and armory, where refreshments!' will be dispensed agent, was in town this week. explain. _

with seventy-five passengers.It we arc glad to see that our citizens are taking with unstinted! hands. Of course Mr. It. A. McCimly, secretary of the Mutual Died.

is claimed that there never were so more interest (In this direction than they every one who is favored with an invitation Life Insurance Company, is at the Eg- F\IKB\XKs.-At Gainesville Fla., on Wednesday '
will attend and 1 have a good time. February 23, 1881, at 4 o'clock a. m., ..
mont Hotel. ..
many people in Florida as at this time. have manifested in previous years. of Geo. R.
\ -- -_. _- Dr. (CIIUU.KS' ,;I M.( }FAIRBVXKS, !son
.1! North Carolina turpentine men are enquiring The steam yacht Martha is now owned by The Ada Cray Combination.The Mr. Dunham: cashier of the New York Fairbanks, in the thirty-first year of his age.

about the pines in Marion county. Captains Richardson and Chadwick and Mr. Ada Gray Troupe will give two performances Corn Exchange: Hank, is stopping' at the The subject of the above notice was born J'

: : The Fcrnandtna it Jacksonville Railroad{ Ed: Stone. She is doing good business and in this city on next Wednesdayand Egmont Hotel. In St.:; Augustine.!' ].'Iorl.la.prIl5, 1850, was ,.:

t r is being pushed forward as rapidly as possi is just the boat for excursion parties.! Thursday nights. On Wednesday night Mr. 1.. II Taylor, of the Taylor Iron educated at Bishops College, Canada, and .

) I ble. There is an extensive trade in cattle between they perform the well known and familiar Works, of New York, was in our city on at the University of the South at Sewanee,

i Let no one fail to see the Maltese dog witha South Florida and Cuba. During the I drama East: Lynne, in which Miss! Gray Is Thursday last. of which institution he was the first matric

purple body, a yellow head, and a green last six months, several thousand head of said to portray with great effect the beauti Mrs. ]H. 11. Clallin, wife of the merchant ulant. After a preliminary course of the I '. .

I I tail.At choice cattle have been taken to Cuba. ful, jealous and loving wife, and the repentant ,. prince of New York city was a guest of the study of medicine. under Professor John II. t

t this, season ofthe year extremes should More delightful weather for the season heartbroken woman. The announcement Egmont: Hotel this week. Elliott; and two years' attendance upon the ( ;ra.\,'

be avoided, especially those of wasps and than that of the past week could not be of this performance to be given in our Mr. Bushnell, assistant! engineer of the lectures of the medical college of the University ..

1 imagined. The sky clear, the atmospherefresh city, twill no doubt have the cflcct of filling Peninsular Railroad, reports Unit many families of Louisiana; in New Orleans, he gradu .

... ees.To check is to stop, ,except in case of a and the temperature not too warm for Lyceum Hull are going into Marion county and locat ated with the degree of Doctor) of Medicineand

'i traveler's baggage which is checked to make comfort. On Thursday!! night Camille will be givenin ing. Master of Pharmacy. 1
( it go. Serenaders with tin horns, tin pans, and its very best cast The Savannah and Messrs. C. Mallory &: Co., of New York, Having only reached Florida in January,

i .The street improvements! so far this year every other kind of discordant instrument, Jacksonville papers speak very highly of write to Mr. It. Southwick:; agent at this he visited Gainesville on business, where he )

i are far In excess of those of any previous were making the welkin ring on the night of this company, and we bespeak for them place, that the "Dallas arrived on the morn contracted nico>]e', then prevailing as an

.,\ ,, year. the 22d: in the extreme !southeastern portion overflowing houses.:' ing of 15th, with her fruit in magnificent epidemic among adults and children, and

1( I The reports are. that the Suwanee river I is of our city. -- -.- -- order. Wcexamincd it ourselves!, and knowit after a severe illness of three weeks, succumbed -

higher now than It has been for over forty The Fernandina Light Infantry have received Sea Island llontc. was uninjured. l to the disease.!

,.\j [ ytars. fifty dollars from the treasurer of the The steamer Rrulgtton, of this line, will Governor Holliday and Col. Carter, of Vir He has passed': away in the prime of life, '!.

Colonel Thomas Scott has been h in Florida State Fair, it being the premium awarded to arrive here from Savannah to-day, and will ginia, were in our city the early part of the much honored and beloved by all who knew ,,/'

several days. Ibis on his way to New Or- the best drilled company in the State, at the hereafter make regular trips: to Savannah : week, and were guests of the Egmont. They him. t '.

leans. last State Fair. !sailing from here on every Tuesdayand visited Dungeness, and the grave of Light The Weather .,

'I 'The steamer Flora Is well patronized by the There is at least! one person in Ferjiandina Saturday. The liridyeton has been repainted Horse Harry Lee, and left on Monday for IOC\1.0IlS.R\.UIOSI. yF;;"' I,,
that will to argue with an indignant and renovated and is\ one of the most! Virginia via Cumberland Route.
merchants and mill men on the St. Mary's never stop FEKXXDIXA.., FLV., February 19, 1881. g .
1 I river. hornet. Ho will always admit the correctness comfortable, as well as fastest: boats in our Mr. Arthur T. Williams, one of Fcrnandi- ". 1

J I of its remarks right on the spot and waters.: The steamer Florida will continueher na's boys, now a resident of our sister city, __ 18SO.. _----.M I !. __ ." ,
The steamship! Lucy Miller, from Pcnsacola present schedule, leaving here for :Savannah Jacksonville, is in our city. lie has been .: 7! r"7L ,
from there.In .
l 1 to Cedar Key, had u very good freight this get away every town and city more particularly every Monday_ Wednesday and Friday quite sick and is\ very much broken down in Hay.Saturday. I ..w. I.. I 2 I.< I c... I -,
week health but he his old home _
\ \ in small towns, some people don't know This schedule gives to the traveling public, crimes to feeling '- ."
1 trains the Transit Railroad that he will and be 1J 1!) ail' 70; (53: jM Clot\lly.
Passenger on by the Sea Island Route, a bout from }Fernamlina rapidly recuperate soon .
enough to talk about the greatness of things, Sunday; 20 I 58 58 50 02: I Cloud, .
t 'i. are crowded, both going North and coming and HO they talk about the littleness of per to Savannah every day in the week restored to his former strength. His old Monday\ 21 524S: (no 54X (fill; Fuir. '

1 .' South. sons. This is gossip. except' Thursday and Sunday This route to friends arc glad to see him, and wish him a Tuesday :22! (;) 44 G-I Clear.

r a Some one has discovered the eleventh The cemetery between }Fernandina: and and from Florida i is becoming more popularevery \ pleasant time while he !sojourns with us. Wednesday :24 23: 525S!50: 70 i 48.jj fiO 7'CO :' Clear.Thursday Ch'ur.
fommandent. It is I "Let them chickens ( season, and those!' who make the Colonel Thomas Scott and party, consisting -
Old Town is in a bad condition. Cannot may Friday 25 74 48 T3: "nir.
very ,
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I alone" joint company organized to purchase trip are sure to be so much pleased' to Patronize of William II. 1"III'llnl'rIl'i"oors.. W'ilumotJollnsOn.1' --- ---- -- :: ---:-- == : == = ,
!' Mclntosh[ :Stewart; Frank Field,
it in the future.
The Sea Island Route boats are bringing !some land and make a city for the dead. MA111XE.lort .
Keep B. Wells and Geo. 11. Krumbhaar, ar
'large freights from Savannah to all points in worthy of the living ? ...
The City of Dalian. rin'llill this city on Thursday afternoon, in of 1'ernandlna.
k Florida. \VnshingtonSuudayllcrabsays{ : "The The steamship. City of Dallas arrived from Colonel :Scott's: private car, and were comfortably man WATKK.Thursday '

Wild ducks arc retried In Abundance royal palms of Florida, the same as used! on New York on Wednesday, with the following quartcrcdattime Egmont Hotel.! On Saturday, Fc..)". :!ti...... (tOS;: A. 111. 0:40: 1'. M.
a near the city. They arc ,said to bo in fine like occasion in St. Peter's, Home, will beused i passengers : yesterday they ro the :\ 2ri...... 7:51": 1:10": : I
for the f first time Washington on
condition, Miss A. H. Curraii:\. L. lnlncr.1.. Paine, Dungeness, and left on a special train for I. '1'lIl'81IalaT(h 1...... R:3J": {9:0.5): II '
There is: u fine specimen of an alligator in coming festival of Palm Sunday T. Vaughn, T. Irimm, J. Ruse "'. Sibett:: Jacksonville in the evening. The party will 11'cdncsday, 2. .. I J:2):: : II U:4R: ,I .

y the 'Egmont park, that can be seen any At Key West, it is said, you have to pay T. J. Hardy, A. Italic, W, Hayer, (C. Kein, go to :St.: Augustine. and remain three or four II" :i:.:..10:05: "II 10:31 It :' '.'

i sunny day. fifteen cents for a drink of buttermilk, but J. J. Kapps, "'. PriceDamuon. days. Friday, -1..10:4_ : 11.13" 0

The Fourth of March General James A. as an offset to this charge they give the cus- The following arc the consignees : STr.utn.: :

t (Garficld is to be inaugurated President of the tomer four dozen oranges, and tell him to A., O.! *. W. [I. T. II. U., .Angel: Friend, The Hotly Found. Feb. 20-S. 1'. St. Johns, Vogcl, Charleston. :
In the Mirror of the Mh I1pl'ear'Ilmentionof "f':
send dray after the bananas. C. "'. llrewster, C. C.. Benedict. i'.J. Clllllh'r, 'H.1.4
United States. thedrowningof a Mr. llutler, of New York, Feb. 23; -S.; :S.; City of Dallas Risk: New I :
There are a number of good locations on Mrs. Clarke, II., :S.\ Carlo. J. T. Kydd, II. E. '\ ork.'j,/
The Italian brig Qoffrado, now in port, will who was a on board the Plant/ ,
i the line of the Peninsular Railroad for tur- Dotterer, J, F. Lohman, Horsey; it Co., Mrs. passenger Feb. 23: -Ilrig Goffredo (:Sp.;: .), Ambrossa- ,
be loaded by Mr. William Lawtey for the on Saturday 2th!) ultimo. Mr. Butler being :
pentine distilleries. The pines are superior Leddy, :\Martin, A. B. Noyes, J, H. Prescott \- na, Corupa Veuz. '
Mediterranean\ in bad hl'nlth'ns accompanied by his broth- CLEARED. -
to those in other portion of the State; for J. D. Palmer, Sanborn it Hoyt, A. :Soy-: ',
any Feb. 21 S. P. :St.: Johns!
''t the lawn tennis and er-in-law r. Malthie; who, after the sad catastrophe Vogel, Charleston. ,
The ten-pin alley '
the manufacture of naval stores. dell Allro.., G. Stark, A. Steil I, Sisters of St. .
'l'ro'luetgroundK of the Egmont: Hotel arc all Joseph' R. M r. mlthI J. Walker, B. returned to Fernandina.and made Feb. 24-Sch. Annie 1 Jo::. Hooper, Hooper, ; .'
t Messrs. Goodsell and Leech, on their snipe diligent search for the body but being unsucccssfuUn -
I 4Fcb .
condition. Philadelphia.
in fine ,
r F. Wl1a1is.'I\ Ual, 11'.11. McCully, J. .'. .
hunt Monday, bagged twenty-six. They !' finding it, returned to New York 2.V-S. S. City of Dallas: Risk, New { ,
hand at fully "
9F Orange groves are changing Cavado & Co. "
I II' think the snipe on our island arc the fleetest -_ '- last Thursday Week Before leaving Fernandina York.
fifty per cent more than they would have Feb. 24-Bark Martha\[ P. Tucker Tucker :r.
world it is hard work to shoot one .
in the as
since. Raid of Internal Revenue Officer Mr. Malthie gave to Mr. Henderson[ Montevideo.Feb. .
i' sold for a .
year under twenty five or thirty yards. While our saloon keepers and cigar dealers the city undertaker, a full description! ofthe 25-S. P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charleston. .''
f. : The finest sugarcane lands in Florida are Owing to the illness: of Dr. Myersthere have in the balmy innocence of their drowned man, the colthes he wore, and everything -, ,
et\ found to the lakes on the line of is
adjacent service the church been required by which the body if POUT.
was no at Presbyterian unsuspecting heads and pockets, glorying Brig Goff'redo.Schooner .
1 tr i t the Peninsular Railroad. on last Sunday. Wo are glad to report that over a cheerful business, with every reason found, could} } be identified. On Sunday Anita. ,

t' There was no parade of our military on the doctor is convalescent, and expectsto to expect still greater improvement, a morning, Mr. John Harr discovered an object Schooner :Silas: I\ Evans.: i

,I I ': Washington's" birthday was not observed fill his pulpit on tomorromorning at jwrtentous cloud- has been gathering, and in the water nearly opposite to Fort Clinch, Schooner Edward: Johnson' l
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licrc as a national holiday. the regular hour for service, 11 o'clock. the first, somewhat disastrous, stroke appeared which be was ('on'lnl'l..lus: a drowned List of Letter :

I Itr It is 'e mated that there will be : ,OOO soldiers Miss Morrison, who has for tlen'rnl'ears' on Saturday, In t the form of t two luminous person and immediately sent for Mr.: Hender Remaining in the Post-Office! Fernandina.

.::1 and 50,000 Grangers in Washington been u most successful teacher of young bodies, representing> the internal !<-IJU. who, with Mr.Wm.+urter,proceeded to Nassau county, Fla., February 2-1, 181i1. Persons :

I, city on Inauguration' days children, in this place, has at present a very revenue department, whose superabundant[ the -pot! and brought the body ashore, when tised calling for these letters must say adver: A,

JI''rr Don't forget that the Ada Gray Troupe promising school, which has attained u high frankness atforded a clear view to all interested they found that, although the l h'Hly was past Jenkins, Geo. LUlg & Milford, t I

will give two performances at Lyceum Hall standard. Her pupils\ and the many friends of how open to !suspicion they were recognizing, the clothing corresponded with McCree. Jordan Raviics, F. L '-

4 on next Wednesday and Thursday nights. with whom she has come in contact, appreciate and how ready for !self-protection the serene the description given Mr. Henderson by TrcHele, Tine.
j, her efforts and wish her every success.A : collectors may be. A protracted and vigorous Mr. Malthie as being worn by Mr.\ Butler, at IIEI.1I FOR AOSTAGE. e
the P. Ford No. : :
The Episcopalians contemplate erection Spruce: :St., New York. '-
'I'j onslaught was: made, and many dollars the time be was llrowlIlj.Ir.: Henderson xE
accustomed torapping
been t'-NMULABLKj
of a new church edifice on Centre tramp, who has not
';; street near the residence of Colonel Taylor at doors, and who did not stand worth of good were seized from innocent also found gold!: buttons, cuff buttons, and a Green Cove :Springs: Fla. )
i ]'trties. We do not, of course, give favor jtocket: hook, with full name and address o S.tML. T. RIDDELI. P. M. }
'I who deer hunting on ceremony as to going into houses unannounced _. __ .__ ___ __ __
Those of our go this terrific onslaught ull of which --
f i has been bio countenance to deceased, containingflO.il, conk yew
and demanding money, Advertisements.LYCEUM .
I t j we would advise, when: loading their visiting some of our citizens He called at ux>n any people, nor would the official, vinced Mr. Henderson that it was the bodyof t

3 .1 guns with buckshot, to use a heavy wad. one house too many, and is now in safekeeping high in authority, allow it if made acquainted the unfortunate: llutler. And in compliance HALL.Cms. }

n Some of our drivers In this city think until he can account for his Inipo- ed the facts. Wo leave them,however, with instructions" left him by Mr. .

I there is nothing in the four quarters of the lite actions. in the hands of those who have suffered, Maltbie and also confirmed by telegraph by A. WATKiNMjSIanagerand

if' globe. so unreliable as the hind quarters of Our city is now visited by u colored boy, confident that in due time it will be shown relatives of deceased in New York, [Hen.. WOOD llKSso.v.. .stage Proprietor Manager.THE .
L : u mule. is that the collectors were imbued with too derson embalmed the body and I on Monday ==
who, although rude and ignorant, a per-
: The 'Bteam-yacht Jfartha is employed in fart mimic. He imitates all kinds of birds much unreasonableness\ and haltlligt't'h"lltoo shipped it by steamer Florida to W. F. A.

I 'f towing down lighters of wood from the upper and animals. He is especially 1 h"OOC.I.in his little of the law. i Maltbie. 36 Broad street, New York. Fashionable, Dramatic Event
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I' \ St. Marys for the various! steamers arriv warbles of the mocking bird. In addition Jail Delivery. Marine Xetcn. EDXI SD.Raul''UUnSJA Y.

1{ ti ing here. to these, he can render, with ease the sawing On Thursday afternoon, "'.Scott and John The bark Jtauy Itoyuton, from St. Marys, MIRTH 2d AXD 3d.

I The steamship Western Texas, ofMallory's lumber, the planing of boards, the spinning McCarty broke jail J and are now at large. Ga., arrived! lluenos Ayres on the 7th ult. Engagement of the

'1 Une of steamers, will make an extra trip to of cotton, and, in fact, can perfectly The former was awaiting trial for stealing The hark }'m"1 Kigle. from St. Mary's, distinguished artiste.

Nassau, sailing from Florida on Thursday, imitate anything,he hears. He would be a from the railroad dock hands, by whom he Ga., arrived at Montevideo on the 13th ult. I. MISS ADA GRAY,
March 3d. bonanza for !some enterprising *howtuan. ok. The latter
I l perfect was employed I ) was arrested
The steamer Plant, of the CumberlandRoute Supplied byHAULl.S 3
: Mr. Bunkley, of High Point, Cumberland for breaking into the office of Captain '
------- is on time daily with good passenger ( .\. WATKI.VM ,_
Island. was in the city Wednesday He is The .EO"ont. W. O. Jeffreys, Jr., agent of the railroad, \ Fifth Avenue r

preparing for a large number of visitors this The ,;mont Hotel Is enjoying a season: of several weeks ago. It in supposed that one lists.The -Company. ..
steamer Flwldti of the
: Sea Island
hpring. prosperity, which all, who arc familiar with effected his escapeby the breaking displacing I Wednesday night :
unhesitatingly l- of 1I 't' Parties who are, guilty of shootng pistols this hotel und its management will a 14 ZN N :E: .
deserved.The dead lock, by mean of a round of u passengers.The
in front of residences in our city, should be pronounce to be fully Thursday
f. which he hud in hU fell. After he steamer 11. It. Hint makes regular :
arrested by our police, and dealt with as the Eminent ha always been recognize a* chain CAMLJ2.mE: :
., law directs.It one of the leading hotels of the South: and escaped fl'llIhit: cell he wrenrhed off the trip to Dungiu every Monday, Wednesday ,
leaves bolt of the door of the cell in which the and Friday. AdmUsion, 73 tvnts
certainly and 1"1
will be agreat rush in present ; c uIJrcn, &
1$ thought there district in the nothing to be desired. The proprietors, other man wo* confined and both being in Sailing vessels, outward UiunJ from New (vents; colored (gallery), 5a) cent,

I the spring to the; new in mining the northwest corner Messr Goodsell llros., arc ably ussMed by the i\asag.,. way, united their efforts in York to this |>Mart mire Bcarve. There is conbideruble I bane Reserved, ut IIOrsey'm seats now drug On sale.stnED. ,,:without l'xtr. {
Florida mountains, breaking the iron door 1 leading into the yard. lu."afreight oiFering,
Mr. Morse. : L.
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