Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 5, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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'4\ VOL. 111. Li'BHNANDINA FLA.. : SATl'KDAY MAHCII .), 1881. NO. t 15. I


S7' f7'I; 'I;JI'S. the! same period.-The track-layers on the ness men capital will soon find out where tom, and mained! long in that state.In I Thos. th\lk. N. Itl'I.I} II. Pritzingrr, .

,e'Ii "'ap'rolroall have readied and"crowed: fig their chief interests lay.-Asa whole, Put- iGv': ; |the| wine IIi..lrlhllt'lllItlll'} soldier"was \ C. L-irned, Dr. Pllcl'rhil+ )[r. TIIHla,. ller ',

1. The vegetable crop of .\l"dllll'IIUllt; is Trout creek, and are now within less than nain county is ns healthy as any portion \If cut witli hatchet cargo (consisted sugar, tom.itopsnnd I fruit

this year probably 100 percent increase upon half 1will' of Little Trout creek, which the State. The western part of the countyhas III 1N0;;! coaches drove across the Tliainvn\ She sailed for New York Monday morning

r ., the acreage of last year.-The orange busincxs i. they expcit to cross next Wednesday. always been nuttsl'or$ its healthfulness- ; the ice of \vhihhtvascieyeninches! thick ";

/ (1.1.' is said to be the best business-" which The woik i'is l progressing! us well t' could I be al! o on f the rolling pine land at San M.\teo 1 In I 170!) t the frost t 1 I'l'lwtrnll'lthrl'\ (' yard/ < Till Jtr" 1'ea.rrx. ,

,... I can engage the attention\ of thfl desiring' to expected.\ At the convict campsuverything and on Dunn's!; Like ; nl'lt1lhl' banks of the into the earth.In The steamshipttern]\ Ttra arrived nt

.,! make money in the :-olllh.-Wc! understand fs! in perfect order. We are under obligation! St. John-, where there are no swamps in 1S11 1 a tl r11:1 held! on/ the frnrcii this. port from New York Thursday morning :

'H' that Mr. Croxton i is rapidly pushing to Mr. Maine for another pleasant\' ride overtime close proximity to the dwelling Orange Tlinnu?. with I the following passenger list :

; ;': t the completion of his i !steamer for the navigation road on Sund.iy.--On Sunday morning, mulls f on the east banks! of I the St. Johns C. is: J. V. Hart, A.C. Hand, Mr[ : MiintiiigKni, "
l'r'oeeeilhlts / 'CountCo) >n m (#. IIIIrt.lt. .\. J, Mr. : S+.ill- '
,,. \ of Payne's Prairie, sometimes called 31x.11'.11'.11.[ Lutes, superintendent! of construction as healthy a place as one need wish for, and well, )at llh\'I'I! Hlllilgtll111. }tit
,1; Arredondo J.ake.-rhl': 2-d! I the birthdayof i1 Ir. Jerry Cook locomotive engi Palatku is: a favorite and healthy resort Hlaekstone.111tlllllIl.. lllll'w". and

the immortal Washington, was! celebrated, 1It'I'rlIntl, 11 Ir. I'. Crolly\ accompanied by a Water, for drinking purposes\ is abundant The county commissioners! met! on Wednesday wife, :M. I H.: Oaks, .7. (1>. Hamilton and wife,

by the (1aine \'i11e iiiards, by a dross parade. number of invited fril'IH\t"III\ll'\ ; an excursion and of good quality) : in most: parts of timecounty'l'ime Mardi _d. Present : McOifiln, Davis S.'(L Iximson! I' .. Iinkhll and vvif, H.
Sturdevant, MNs I.. Kirkhatn J. .
Moore and Lewis. ,
> The by-law of the company: require u pa- on the cars! of the Fcrnandina: \ : A. Jacksonville fine lands: and unsurpassed! dart, K. .\. J. P. Donahue. J. D.Hlhl. .

sale, upon this IIU-, mi 1111ll'l( Railroad to Trout ('rl'.k. The partyarrived healthfulness of the western part Ofl'lItllulII The following/ bills were passed; and ordered \'llk'lIhlrj 'wl'I r (' H. F I ,.Fellows

Clay. at time creek in good time but unfornatcly ('lIl1lltOIl the Sarub; and elsewhere ; with paid : Whlilli. D. S. West. J. Iletlierintfton, ;
', ; 1 Henry[ Johnson I .$ S.OO C. K. ( Hoyle. L'. U. Slkkney -
'T they were compelled return on the and beautiful lakes abounding 1
... \\e learn that the legislatureill make u ) account numerous .1. A. Kllcrmann: .......,......,. :LU7.1J. ; ; J. 1'. "'lIolhlll'lI\, K.: Moire: '
,. : radical change in the bureau of immigration of the rain. The trip \\'a4Ul'r! pleasant in that section! arc beginning! to create .\. Kllcrnmnn: .......... SAN The following/ is the list of the consignees.

during the present session! hut there it no one notwithstanding the rain, and will inquiry from land hunters.: That sencestrung IVterCone. I 1I1MWJohn \! Mrs.[ A. )[McKinney, A. H. Xoyi-s, Mrs.[ CIMk.

probability that it will be ubohi, ...hed. The long be remembered as the first excursion:; effort should be. made here, at the county Wilkinson i ;'.llll .1, Sleil. .\. W. lelhnuuiV.laiwtev, .t age>
IVterCone C I 11X10YoriVAi : .Friend, I tj.; Stark, S.mboin: .tr i Hovt I, I it, u.;
l'unctioll4ofthis bureau confined natal on the Fernandina: : ksoiuille! Kailroad. teat, to bring it fully into notice no one will I .
ure } / Mlrnr. 170.50( xSon.. A. O. .x- W. L T. H. K.. J. D.
I '. ,to the distribution of information, and it -During the month of February there question .\ good highway or \public roadto Newton Bradley. tits Palmer, N., D., H.t'larkl'J. t T. Kvdd.

would seem that a simple-system' might were :!,.">H.VI I feet of yellow pine lumber this: part of the county is the l first necessity : David Ogilvle...... ............ ............... '.'..JOK. ) Kgmont Hotel. I I D.O'Ncil. U, I K, Avery, S.
,f very U I I.,1., 2.2': Carrio+ I 1 Horsey ('m.. J. Hedges W. C. Andrews -
shipped from this port. Of this! _. 'm d.tMRlfect:: accomplishment of which would certainly
\ \ be adopted to collect and distribute: in the \\'. I"'. :-\ ." :SUi.INt;:* C. .l.t'onstanlinr, .\, Seydell. H. ;
... ."i 1 most etllcient manner, all the information went to domestic, and (kkSl, to foreign add to the business: !4l1f 1'"lalk1IIIlllnt H. J. II. JOJ. Dotterer, C.! li. hunt, Capt. Fitzgerald, H. r.

: ,required. Hut if this work is to be done by ports. Last February I there were 3Ior, ''') the same enhance the value of the lands in I. .\. )Kd: wards. :3.00 \11\, J. Il. Prescott, .1. (Jhu-sar, J. Fh {C'l)-

the State It must be done feet lumber shipped from this port, an increase the interior.-The construction of the railroad 1'. Kcllev' :1SM50! and .\, II, Mode.
on an enlarged this month of !> '1'. \\'. I Iligginbotham......... .............. 7.(!0W. ) T"'f' was! 1 large freight for \points 1"1"
J.II,51.l'lIitJlI..1scumblu.: southward to T1I"plwill make Florida!
scale the results obtained will be
I very H. C. Duryee. :.V.mJohn tl\ Transit and IViuiiiHtlar rlnll. ,
meagre, in proportion to the price paid. In the objective point for the West Inda passenger Owens .. :'II..M: -....- -.- t

the establishment of u bureau of State, it isnecessary There lirel'r)' fl'nll'lI idle in IVnsucola trafiie, and the. completion! of the I (I'!.' 1 II.[ J [ II', 2!'_>.}<0 1 1I d 111.11'IIlIt'S.IXNEY.1.NCt.The :.
\\ H. I'. Duryee. .V.'tO:
that 11 man of soime prominence I to-day. The large number of buildings in Honduras Railroad will' force the passengertravel 1.'I'ulkrllll.l.r.: 7.'U: ) following letter nppl'lr In the( F-

!should be planed at its head, and under course erection has notonly g \t'n employ' from the western coast! South America Peter! Cone! lli.70 i
< him must be employed one or more officials, mentto all the resident mrpl'lIh'I'alill bikk Australia and New Zealand through James, [d: 3.00' lJJKT' (!h., Fchrulr2! 1W17i I
II. I H.: n"l1 I'rl'r. 10.11! the Ndjt" of tint )
Florida : the ;
consequently completion of ll'OI
who must be furnished- with facility but has induced dozens of others to
every layers, (I.11'! Maxwell. ,''').1:0 wish throttgh )your columns to
':' for conducting the business of\ the bureau. locate in our midst. With a number these these two roads, as inaugurated\ in 1 1SV, is: of J. .\. KdwiinN. .yoo communicate some illf4rlutilll which. f

Thes-e expenses are inevitable, and only the strangers the probabilities are that they will paramount interest to the State, and will develop Tho following' pauper bills were ordered undoubtedly \'lllIlhlll to the 11\n\1:1.wil
". into large and flourishing\ : cities, Jacksonville tors to your beautiful follll'; ; thegreatest
I money which is left, after deducting !salaries locate permanently.I Hesidos- I the work in paid! :
: to visiting: Florida I
and olllce expenses: can be used: in prosecuting this line there are at least- iNN( ) men now and Fl'rnlItlh.IIwhkh: are destinedin Cato Smith.... r.$'; 1'J.oo) the stupid Ib.lrllilll, Ir wlflll)' bad, management of
j!; the work. The present commissioner: employed on the bay. and the weekly dis- time to be of more commercial; impoitancetothe \\'. A. : .. 1 ..00uMnry the ditierent railroad running south

f I. may have erred on minor points' and by u l1ur l'lIIc'lll4 for wages in 1'eiisacohi,, ut this country than l'illlcra'allllllh\ [ Jane Cavadi: 12.00) of Washington to your State. Flaming timetables

close investigation of the alluirs! of the otllce time will doubt! reach Its) I'fiimcotd or ( 'hal'll'1 I ho :;i Kllen; L'oll. > 15.00' rulroll.lo" 1'111..", comfortable and
only, can it he determined whether lie is the UI/dle. st. John rapid transportation from the :North
Hill of it.ii'. Hitch, keeping dr.iwbrldgeDecember III.rl\k-
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best man for the position:; Hut the system- I We have just: been informed by ourfrieiid, I Our quota of vlsitorethis !season:; i is consid !sonvllle. The tl'U\'t.\'r on pleasure bent, or
January mid February''' if-.io.: 1
W in search of clime
seems! to be the best\ that can be do\Ned l ; and Captain K. Dtual, from Kscumhia::; bay, that I cI'IlLI'larJ.l'r than anticipated and hlllh II a Jl'lIill Iningy
: everyhotel Hill of :N.ISMU Light Artillery\ hall rent. his faith, on "A. Pope, ( i. ." the. ostensible
by increasing: the sum voted (for the MippoitoV 1 several I staunch emigrants from Kansas, nroen author
man wears! pleasant Mllill'I'X'l'l't the schedules
,0. n November I I. I IS-MI, to March 1, I SSI I, $;,0. II' published andInnocently
.. the bureau, its usefulness! would he advanced i-iiiit'' for this section of Florida, to city
)permanently possibly those who claim to have ha,11L foot (Hill III' Fcniandin.i: Light [Infantry, hall Il'II'l''llIr 111'1111 taking(
in far; greater I'roporlillll.Thl' settle. This is fur have i one II'il 14! ll'llt'llliiH' remlelusSmivannmiliund
gratifying, we ; I horse !
"stepped on by a They are getting
rent, November I, |1..0. III t, March[ I, ISM\ ( he must wait
o ability of a man perform manual labor IIIFloriLI. the room, the ilimuti', and a hp.uty Welcome, brtterthnuglltimid will soon smile! too.urfrfcud .--- $2m: 11. and pay tribute to the hotels mid luckmcn.
[ : us! compared with his ability to labor to make it desirable: 101lIlpl'r>oC.III1I WhOI'OIUl' [If he North .
() ami much respected former t"'II11'mllll goes by
Hill of (C, \\ Yulee, lent of cleik's 011I"1'O'l'IIII"'I' lharll'IIII wait
.' in the North, I is 1l1>-mil,Jcet freijucnt inquiry) I among: us: to help ""illlI!, ourcouiitiy, and I K. Armstrong.. \Ksq., made a tl.\ing :\ > from tin. nl. tllll. I. [ II' goes by l\\
1 1. Is o( (tolarm[ 'h I, issj I, $'if 11.| gusto and the line he must tepftt'ruul1)u | |
by persons! who propose to immigrate into any emigration (hat Captain IlIml'ullitl visit to this the week Mr.[ A.
r city during
The bill 111'.1. D.tiilchiH C ; I, for services ren i mu. till iGlp.nm.muidlidluvvthis:: I up -.
,),.i this. :State As the capacity to labor 1:01I!>11..f' I invite and encourage to come here, we know has established a steamship; ollice at For.nandina derelhut', grandjuryut the Sprltig'I'crnl of IIItl..la/ with a detention of twenty-four t thoursnlaklng

.' : tutes a largo portion of the capital\ which arc the ort of people we need. Amongoth- : and will nuJU1; that, place his future "1Kjn! at the request and under the direction: 1 delay of thirty-four and '
: most immigrants bring with them, the inquiry ersI[r. :M. H. Furnham of llomwood, f homo lie'i4 i iliToTirj'ilf-ltlon to Ilchul'"ntI h.lW.:1 Jacksonville and <
: t community '
any of the
court to Wiwas!:
amounting : piesonted CIIIII hil, Thu deception is
i> natural and 'our: difference Kansas will be with, his l'rul'III't
: very soon us
among IIlIcl'l' congratulate Fernandinau !
\ Mr.[ in this
'. His
and, on motion, was ordered\ paid, by Pope WI) lrlll'l time
of-opinion may be entertained as to the Gun i I y.-1'em marolu .f d"IUlI'C.a"dsclelt.. ] the addition to business circles' of one ( '. W. Lewis.. protesting against the table, which is 1\'III" time \' /- Jlhlil
/ : payment
I proper answer. The use of machinery i is now possessed! of his energy and business i capaci shows a d"p'I connection at this |M, ii .
of the the that tlie
universal that physical exertion is same upon groiiml grand arrival here the traveler is told that the A0::!
', so great It i is doubtful. whether any material injurywas ty. :Mr. Armstrong: for several consecutive: jury being paid, I by the Stale\ any services II, in. arrival here is on Atlanta limn
.. r:1rl'ln'clllire.111I any branch: of manufacture filled I thepositionofsccrctaryand treasurer used by tin (ieorgia Central Railroad midtlic5'Kl
t done orange trees in this vicinity i by the years rentcrt.ullhemmmdcr! the direction or consent ,
and there is:; no reason why+ men and :: t time departure for( ::111 and,I
in the clnhof and
yacht thi'4l'lal'cj
late cold I wave. A number have been no ; was oflhe court is ,properly a cliartre: anainst, l I I.I,1
o' women cannot work as long and continuously Hdllollll. Washington time, 1 the
ticedon w hnselraneh'sareuppcuringyouug always prominent in the management of the the Slate Mr. Lewis.. giving notice! that, on ('. The. of
when under\ shelter in Florida as in tl prll'llul'lIrkil
Ml'rollls-wilh other appearances.. of life and annual regattas!: and sports under the auspices the part: of the county, he made no waiver this Is that lt 5.IIO .\ 1: fortyliveminutes
8 the North Hut it is in Held work, which of tlie club. We wish him sucicss, ill NItiw trthan I Washington lime, Mr.l'okc'.s I .
; future usefulness.\ It is possible! that tin- of the rights of the; county)' to base claim
will continue to belle principal 1 occupationof : ', I | train for Columbia, Chuilottc: und
\A his huuir.-.S' Julius
new W'rcMy. .
'ii the peoplethat thecfi'ectof the warm cli growth of the \previous, :; year is all that was against the State for reimbursement of the Hichmmul 1'I\'t'l Augusta three-quarters, of ','
I destroyed) : for which we may well congratulate Sunder, amount, and at the proper time he would I un hour 1..flrl the train here from
i ,;:, niateisprimeipallyfelt.:: luringtun'emonthb : rl'llUs 1
ourselvis.! -(Juincy IfernM.Omit One of our progressive farmers bus killed move that the matter be brought before the i S.i\ van nuh. 011 1'lrIY. Il'n Jacksonville 1
in the year, in this: State, working;: in the field Friilay 5 ti ,
ami packed meat sufficient to do his. t'\'l'l go
would be if ye. away hunurahlcjudgr of tll .it'l'li court. North front .\"
Ii.. or garden at midday imprudent t, I'1I'lliI Monday morning
the laborer is! unacclimated, and although; The county fair Is in progress: this week family of"e\'l'lIl1l1ti1 hog killingtime again. Ordered) that an abatement of $1,'M$) III at 5JUI Washington ('. Tli'', delay /

f :'1 : some might withstand the cllett of the heat at Sanford. ltt'I'ucsdaylhe opening day, /Home of his hogs; weighed, near ::00) l pounds valuation bu IIIllt! on tl 11\lIIil of JamesLeak is very tr.ving(his; trick..people The! who are: lhii _j jtlecciviilby
net, and cost: him about one cent a pound. the tuxes of ) ] jt50ouvaluation | expemiseufhn3 rk ,
there was a fine display of vegetables\ and upon Ilt'lj; 11..0.
for u few years, very few could continue the \ ; 111.1 ..L'4'ry great, and on the ,'
.1"f." practice without 1'1''lillg'l'r)' sensibly the ill fruits ; the household:; department was well J.u't! season, from omi hog ho made !lard of (he personal property of II. l. (Ids iniMmlton| and,! outrage is. having a I had

,- effects. In countries with warm climates, filll'll, nllllille exhibit of t'hi'kellt1:1 very enough to last him one year and !sold, ten I I 1"'ltk. cU'cct on travel to and th'l Florida. I taken,
dollars worth of "saiissagc meat. Hu never Ordered, lh.it under and virtue liv I the digest that cuts mode,
fine. Of course the exhibit of stock and by an l'UIIIII'111
\. ;, even where the density of I't'l'lIatillnllluke' agricultural "I elghty-cixht twenty minutes togo
; life a struggle for existence" the fixed habit i implements\ i is not large. It could: loses any meat, I\llllllis secret I is .simply to net entitled ".in act autliori/.ing county commissioneis from; Jacksonville, to Washington viu' (ho

\ is to pass the noontide hours under shelter hardly bo expected\ to be otherwise. The break the bone about every six inches: remove to hire! out convicts, chapter M''J Pie>lmont Air 14 iii', wlll the time for the

front the sun, and this fact is sufficient to number of line blooded cattle in Florida/ is! the marrow and salt down well. He of an act of 1H71.1! the services of Harrison same trip I by Ibe I \\1)1': Chlrl'llllr' Atlanta
is not
prove the necessity of the custom. But before small, and few such an rui"clllll're. It is: gut the idea from Northern' farmer' several Maker, I prisoner' now in tho county jail, be It I should tal.1 1lrl'thirty-four tl.ol hilly-fuurhuurs.hOIN more on the'

and after the hours of midday rest, !sufficient not !stock, wheat, or corn that Orange county's years ago, and has practiced it ever since\ hired out to J. I'::. Jones, at i"! cents per day, I'icdmont liiu U l'I'UlllllliLul for railroad

'f.. time is! allowed to do u fair day's future wealth must: come from. This is with invariable success.-The .subject of for the 1ll'xpirClllcrtlllll' the. confinement: 'men to answer.

t,;: work, although the results might seem HII III a fruit and vegetable county, and us such over-stocking the market with oranges in to-wlt : until the 13ilh 11.1) of March[ 1//1 My[ Ihe object, und however, in writing from you f is to
give I'adi save others>> trfuls
to men accustomed: to crowd the farm work has no I superior in the State or in the South the near future is frequently discussed.: : Some (Ordered. That the treasurer be aiitliorl/.ed and trl""lutlllI" my friends 11.11 have tIl. mif-

::.. of a year into the few summer months.!; Hut, This fact wasfiillydeinonsiratcdhy. ) : till lIIJg- firmly believe that within the next ten years to procure I call:'Ii I "UIIP IUllla for the f1'rl'lIIU fur, by believing in Mr. fe'e's time

i, however severely farmer may nificent entries: on the first day of the ox|>oMtion oranges will be as plentiful'' us apples, and same out of the l'U.,1 of the W'llrul fund.Petition tlllll. As u journalist: solicitous al>out the
will bring better! prices, ifgroveseanttnme( welfare of sour r State and the comfort of
There were lemons limes, : of : in the itee-
oranges : rO\III'O""i..tlol'rJ
task his his of fieldwork
f. 1.1 energies: during season! those who v1.1, you will, 1 have no
bananas, pine-apples ns now, to be planted out. We believe the mind district was read und grunted, ami 1 doubt
he cannot accomplish: as much as maybe \ guavas, Japan plums Jh'c your r.tlh.1 tnt benefit of our [
J done in Florida in the course of n year, strawberries, grape fruit, etc., in all rtages; of time will come when' the price will be. regulated .lered that said commissioners! I bu authorized (11'1. It may ila 'Om many angry Uldwikl..1

"; easily and without too severely taskhmghiml! development, from blossom: buds to ripe 1 by the demand and there will hi lessfluctuation to lurdlu'4l two thousand feet of lumber and i thoughts'. und expressions, ns Wtl ui '

I self and those dependent upon him.-CSneii fruits. The vegetable display covered the but oranges; 111Iulwu'IllU'clI a tny pounds> of spikes for the purjtose, to I he tlm'IUtlll'\Ii greatly benefited bv

Cute Spring. entire range vegetables\ grown in this: latitude !- desirable fruit, and we believe the Florida !>u'id for out of the bridge fund.WimtKtt and comfortable transit. You can do rul't mlr

Columbia. except tomatoes. These vyererutduwm orange will always be preferred to any other ), James K.: U.\IJ being owner of for )'IUI State by bringing such timing about

by the cold of December 30, and have not sold\ in the UniU-d 1 States.; Ten years ago it the! lands on each side of the St. Marys river, thul you can in any other way, unless prOb-
We notice that Mr, .\. G. Higclowhas
said the market would he over-stocked it the point of tho ferry at King's Ferry,and ably, by cr'ltlg I scntlrnen't favorable to
shipiwtlnearly nineteen hundred bales(sea reached the ripe fruit stage since then. Some was lie having made application to keep Much ulsing vl c'.tllllh'l'to drive out the

island cotton the past season.' This number of the individual exhibits were very fine. but it has never yet been, and judging[ from ferry for the term of two years, und filed u Imlk.ll'l and infest Hald-

two hundred thousand dollars W. H. Holden, of this place and James F. be[ past, the present, and the future prosft utliclent bond, it I hereby)' ordered l that touch win and J"d jjlll vll'. The hUI'r'IIHlallc
represents over I license be ted and t theclerk is UMJII| |KiiceuUle, Into
never will be. A* the yield increase gran : wlJ go
Prince( Fort Heed the |
l and shows that Lake is doing an were competitors State to the winter that
City ; reeled to issue the ali (ll'rl''r four .fpt'iid you ha'eII'
for Seneral Hanford's! of new markets(! ure opened, and the Florida wall lccls laws omdals
immense mercantile business! : and that her tlllt.4'iallrizc one J. K. Davis with u copy toll or to protect them aguiim
.; merchants able and willing to handle the hundred dollars for the best display of fruits orange crop to-day supplies. tmly the mar established, for which the said, Davis U required the unit and frauds of confidence men sussganutlenin
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produce of the country.-Major files IT. and vegetables raised by one man. Entries: keU in the United States.; Orange trees are to pay the Mini of$1 for the term. tug well having that a bad ttt.'. I U become
a the
.: still being made when the editor of budding and ready to burst into bloom on The jury for the ensuing year was then kuowl crosses
Ellis, one of the oldest: citizens of our county, most .kurll plausible of these io
,!it paid our town a Visit this week. We are the Heporter left on Tuesday evening; and a this, \\'"-4hillgto' '* birthday. Hume few, drawn und thin meeting ulljourl..l time North make their way to Florida Irr thewlltl'r

boat had just arrived from Indian river more venturesome than their [less imprudent und ply tJ11 tiudwfeith impunity,
glad to observe that time ideals gently with Time
CHy Justhc.
or live at the hutch I
They pleat-
companion have already defied 1 lime 'blasting u'llllUI
u tr venerable and much esteemed friend, which, it was fcupjtosed. would bring large I The i L'il y r/ .t(UtI&, Captain Stevens nut r1lrl', They (',nut in contact with a
t whose life has long been devoted) to the interests additions. We ran give no report before breath o(Jack Fr*t.-Suinter coudvtd- Irrin..1 IttUI'lil lt this ] ort on Sunday lust class II |II.'Ile they cannot reach nt such

t : of the public in many important capacities next weekllelorlrr.1'utnain.. tea nee. _____. : (from Matanzas and 1"IIU. with Ihe following pla..t.11 keep tlwlr as the hotel l'rl'rietQr prelectheirgiusts

and whose name Is identified with Cold Winter in Olden Time. passengerst'fiint \ :all IWlllt'IH.tn' t lhiev --.

the history" of our :State; and county.-toke Our railroad will, no doubt, find connection In 401 the Black 8ca wa frozen ov.'r. M'itaii&i*-"'. Heedlcr, J. Killil ,nc, I'arbwu for thw digression. The littlerailruuli'nlgdenct.gaueuf

City It'Jlf trter. I with other lines diverging to joints that In 7 1 | I le.liiu'on, to
unit. will give us! an outht to the f Southwest and over but the :Straits; of Dardanelles were frozen t'ruuiaunu -Mr. Henderson and wife, H.Henderson Ill. "lilki" 'TKVVKLI.U."t'l.

During the month of February thirteen I and Northwest, and there is a strong; probability over, and feiiovv in Mime places rose 'fifty I). Henderson, T. Henderson, No i-uch complaint Jh'.rL1r1 have U-en (

hailing vessels from domestic, and four from I that combination will be made that fct-l high.In Jr., C. (Clappcrton, Mis It'ldeIKCJ Miss against tho CumWrland und lenmrsaw'lt.t'\.t

foreign jwirts, and ten btC'lIU.'t. +*, with a will make I'alattTa the t.<"lItralIIfJillt of commerce ICXM most of the traveler: ha iernuny Candutr, Mr. .\Ie. "'rt'
combined tonnage of 15,353 tuns, entered at for freight; and passenger,; from the were frozen to death on the roads. HubUrd, T. K.: (hlllgtol, )(r. Hummer ( of the Cumberland; Route U crowd-- i a

this"' port, aixl twenty-one sailing vessels for Western world. There I j" un enthusiasm, In 1131 the I'u'a4! frozen: from Cremona and wife, lU-v. W. W. Wythe, wifo and od with .p.t-M-ngerH ThU deu'fljndicatct

domestic and five for foreign port. and nine manifested lll\ this", work; ofc"n-truetiomthat I In the sea, and trees were split. by the action child, )1 Ir. J. H. Johnson> und wife Mr that the traveling Lutl1) fully

>steam vessel;)*, with n combined tonnage lIe Inspires a lively IIOJH that a new rot of. prosperity of the frost, with immense noise. tener, H. Ham-It, Ja. ""hil!, W. A. Na- Ir i )''f.t.the advantages 'and Jullc t>( |1J!!

21'Wl tons, cleared from this port during: is ojx-ning up.brightly[ for "$. Uu.i 5- In 1-57 the DanuUwa* frozen to the bot s.rit'.lV.lurant(1.1.Ikangme. KuMocL, ine, as. ci>mpurit| Kith utu:"cmrlrt".


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" The-Major's jaw fell) :and) all face, save 1- raising his voice into n sort Of"l'r'nl, (limit Pooh who) remembers dead. aunt fo her going for another day or t two with ('- Irl'.

his nose, grew suddenly pale. It is my! wife which f is now with Miss Mo|- a whole day, like to know I ? Would I Would "Oi believe it, I but tl obstinate old
'J Sure, now, ye're not ijoin' to tell\ inc "l"re' loy want to make Ill boy and girl lady only the night last gave her
I hold him great who for lo\'c'umkc! one of thom blngynrd Jews ?" (cried he. I'fll' two husbands glared nt one another troubles I come ? 1'TN business cry hl'foc'tll'ir nurse thin ship, and, weak as she was, went

: r .Can give! with generous, earnest will : Sti re, 'twould be too crool nn' all I, whei I -. And, short of running the risk of sent ye IWI for TII'n"'ell'and! paper' 1 aim all over the house to see If\'l'r 'lhllg was In

1 i Yet he who takes for love's' sweet sake I've come down to see me own wife's: !'" being: klo'k'd down I by I the other that wa'' going to Ink(' will.I order Death was a r'lilo to her, and sin-
liter, that's toll In' over and over in jot ils an' all left t 11'1 to tie,. Words had done t "I 1 am sure you my are right in that.I 1 was olilul)' in some WI'I"ll1c tin-
I think I hold still.I thcr 111 1 11\I'l'r
; more generous gold. An' )'C'"C followed. me nil the W('( worst i 1111 they were evidently( not 11'1 entirely t i at your r fll'r'll'l'111111: )101, lay," worst patient 1111 tlc town ) )
down )here; an' this I is a free country All' deeds.No: I heii," said she, I want you to dray she's gone.
I I bow In-fore the nohlc mind bad luck I to the country where an olllce ; Miss llridgita Molloy had not t turnci my will I now. No instructions, mind, to I Idrafted he And that, I nm afraid I. was thf only note
, That freely some( great wrong furgtvisc ; on' gentleman mustn't 'p'e n visit to hi.. out a bad sister alter all. She would never to-morrow. I might be dead by the, of honest mourning hih :Miss :Molloy, with

r Yet nohler is the one forgiven wife's relations without )bcin' hunted by al It even acknowledge so much as (the ('xl"tl'lI- whulmow1): left me ; an all her \'lrlucII.1 her singularly lewweakncsses.'was
c Jerusalem III full Come Moses: ye'lgive II of the Major' and the Count and had Iain'sullf-t to receive. She
Wlip boars that burden well and lives. cry nn odway < t lint s a bad I sign i i thlll i I I I : : privileged ,
me another dec." Oflplklllg of I the married MissMollovias : will be very short and very simple. Take i had always hidden her good' qualities uut.ot
"Aha I :So: you think no one shall kno\ if they were widows ; but she did lit sheet of t the I big. foolscap that will be pll'l"I public sight I nnd hardness of manner, like
It may he hard to gain, and still your name but the people which shall hoiyourbills.MonsicurO'Uirn ,visit the sins of the fathers Upll[ the child ty. Now write : 'This is the last will aitestament charity ., ('O\'l'rl great dl'at

: To keep n lowly, steadfast\ heart ; I ? ]IJhold: not you rCI. At I very early age too early for then of Hridgita! ,' mind' ye spell it wit To the last she had to her ,ni I
bills; I am not \fool. You come down t'oscMdlle. (' lo make deliberate choice' t heir found under her pillow when ,
1 Yet; he who lm'l'ohn!*" to fill 1 Iwl\'l'l u 'tmi, not a tin ; and with only) one I t. was
:; Uridgitn, t then I I shall I comprchciid, ?" fathers and their fortunes, :she ll.'lt boll 11111 ; for' particularabout that way, for lall'.llp. il Illlr e blue (',II'lOl.II."l! In"L
: A harder and
a I ruer part. Sure, then, 'tis: the divvel ye url''l Huthat's t the little PI'rl'll7 and tl'lllds IJridgita 'tis the way 11 mv mother spelt it, right i or dorsed, : \nl-H.)1 o\yn was S

I better, anyhow, than lId 11' what 1 to good flciooll; ali. grew big wrong ; 'of : )', I'fChuatterhury, with some : opened it ; forMic
: Glorious it Is to wear the crown thought yeou -." gcr, f
i Of a deserved and pure success! ; \ shall I not he so sure. Monsieur. I h(' holidays to meet their Jot hel'l. w accepted stcr ;' praise glory for that, anyhow I But have been I very simple i ? piece of hl:.

lIe who knows how to fail has won shall know your Christian name, and I .hull I the arrangement Jorl r'ulolabh'thal yo nII't pltthnt in-the glory, I Ill, that I hud some misgivings: lest she should
I know the Christian name of the sister of mothers alwlwill For t that matter, Sj : I give! and bequeath) I u t to Kach have disinherited niece und nephew' Ihk -,
who"e lustre is less.
A crown not your wife, because I am Ferentz Steldl Monsieur neither Count l'II''el (to be bothered ( Andrews my housekeeper the sum oftbn nlllila.lc her dog Dash or some anti-Matri: .

l ; O'Uirn I Aha I you shall I have the with a baby, nor always with a wife, 110 hundred 1'11\11. free of legacy: duty, and(1 monial Society her residuary le-gutee. My i
Great may he ho who can command 1 1II tremblement' perceptible( Monsieur (Y Itirn !I" that the t h two young children i were rIIIO\'I.1 I request her to take charge of 11dl li\s| own sympathies were with Miss: : Lucis ; my

i And rule with just and tender. sway ; "Hwhatl" cried the :Major, leaning: to lii is from I'vi influence a! much ns lay in :Miss knowing t that she will fulfill my: request an- wife's tit Ii Lieutenant Fin-ntz Steldl That

II I Yet is! diviner wisdom: taught I feet with shout and a glare. Ye sit therein Molloy'H power. She was a very strict aunt (cording to the I indention wherewith\ I mal-' wnl a little matter of human nature ; lisa
1 cold blood, and ye tell me, Major Fitzgef; Incl terribly exacting patrnt'l41; hit she the same' I give und beque-ath tocvcry pe matter of r'Ulol, we felt that t they t had equal
Hotter by him who can obey.lllessed aid O'Hirn, ye're tlint-IIII ('rl'alll-thllt blag to be kind, and was rl'alklUI in lie- son who !hal have been in my service for dall',al.l t hunt( veitty-fave thousand )'pounds:

t, 'Iml-thallmllke in the grass-that drinkiir, own way. I never saw ; children one on (- 1 he nnioui WOII.III'I borne equal I l'artlll very well.So .
are they who die for God Hwindlin', 1I11111- pl rlted, undhcr-handcd, hut I liked what 1 did see. l'\'rl'lIl1 tlC wa, of 0111 1 Yl'arl1 I e". I give and, 1 bequeath I u I to I broke the ('I\'dllellful1'11,

And earn the martyr's crown of light ; fOundhcrin', murderin', onrcspcctable) t tbie I a (line, frank, hlghlpiriclI'Oll fellowi my friend. John, Klrwun, of Chall'rburr.; the wi, and Oll'l
Yet he who lives for God may be of the t whole world, Ferentz tftchll:;( AIM without any of fllht'l"1 '. I" ;Is On1 Doctor of :Medicine, (the sum of I\'e hllln'd t, "And nil the residue of my property
ye think to escape from the list: ut'u gentleman the way with the sons of prodigal fathers,. pounds, free legacy duty. I und hiqucath !. whether real or personal. I give, beqnoath -
4 A greater conqueror in His sight. .. this dec ?" and 1 1ICI: was almost ns prcttv as her h I I i t to mv brother-in-law, Ferentz ltl'llIl Ullllle\111 to (I I1 X I 1) N W :M }Y
I -Adelaide I'rortur Patience, patience, HIQ/I/ tienu-frere" suiSteldl id mother had been when she doped" ( with tin the eItheris{ it all right, so far ?" I D O V J.JV D M I 11Th I I D ZXZ."

without the slightest change of tone Major. Bather a Cullt girl 1 Ull'lllo a, think iuitc. Hut how do you Ferentz?"
MOST.JtESrAJtKAnLK WILL. Fine words shall not )butter. what you eul but amiable, and a dash of her miniHiddy's asked I.'I I. -l1

l..t the\ jiaiinlx. It is you who shall e-scnpc from good sense about her way of speak F\ e, r, o, II, t, z: '-J\'renlz 8tdl1 'hl', I.
nil!. You shall leave this: town. I shall ing. Hut it was one of Miss Mofloy's[ caprices boy's name I is Flrcntz, WOlI't This! wns the levitnst-as clear to the sight
t i. guard: :Mdlle.( Molloy, sister: !' of my wife aun III left hand which she held: ) out t 10 have him, bear' his falh'r'l name 11 brat ns it was dark to I the 1 mind. ]1\11 been mistaken I r
Miss Hridgita Molloy( was maiden lady of of my son, from you For that I am here." ole sister should know nothing of how tin er-in-law, the elder)1', t 111 alt had :Miss :\ () insane
r-oyal descent, who lived ut un Knglish wa Something I in the significant calmness uf right hand wa.s held out to the ntll'r. nf one 11'1'1117! frle I'lll. duty, to buy n after all If that was-so every penny of therut'.mtmmt3tvtnty
I tcrln .placc-I really forgot whether at Hath, his l foreign brot tier-i u-Iasw calmed t (' Miijodown. Neither mother, neither child '\'al'\'l mourning i Ill"g. 1 give und "bequeath to m thousand Ioullls would
,.ur Clifton, or t Cheltenham or Malvern, or He returned to his chair, shifted his guest: at the S:11 time as: the other tumid her brother-in-law t rl Fit/gerald O'Uirn, the Im\'(' to be divided, between and
Leamington, or Huxton ; hut it was at !sonnMich (' glass on the table and said : and th'e other ('hll.1 I doubt if Ferentjknew of one free of legacy duty, to buy 811 1 t the Major, as I the husbands! of her next of
place and luckily the name of tin "An" '(is: for that I'm here too, said hi, that he 'OI III Lucis, or she that thilng I give and bequeath (to m kill No, surely that insanity: was impossible. -

town is the one detail which\ does not mat I'm here to defend me own sist her, an' mwi.Vs she had 1 l'ou:11 Iereuutz.Iost assuredly dear nephew, Fireuutzwith I an 'i I i'- telil. .
ter. For the sake of avoiding blanks mind histher an' me gnrl's aunt from all tile each of the mothers believed that she alone lieutenant III the army, the sum of one I twisted the document up and down and

.dAShts, I will call it Chattcrbury, as more or; Counts out of Hungary an' the Hy\'en ]Dyle-i: was favored with her sister's bounty.. That sand pounds.( I give 'and bequeath to Llc: round Ilt round. .Those letters: still obstinately ,
less applicable to them all-at t.ln )Mis: : An' ye'll move from your sate if ye dare" reserve was cite of Miss I I 010Y'8'l'r'strongest Hridgita O'Hirn, my niece, t the sum ole 1l'lnllH'llll I they W'f'; I IllulllUhl
\[()llI'M, time. She was a little eccentric in "I.] shall not desire," said Steldl. "Ian\ foiblen, i t'one may properly) I foible' thousand pounds. And nil (the residue 01 at any rate, gone mad, \111'111 I
rifles ; but III all essential things as notoriously well where I am. I desire to have the l'I I strong. She would never tell even me, herlaw'cr. my property, whether real or person, I give who had: gone 111"11('. I ( omc1"
whole-minded( and str''' -lIlhllh'll, on you mv Ix-an-frerc. While011 shall sit i more than she thonght absolutely bequeath, and to "- deuce of my own ncnscs, and carried the will
too as any lady of sixty in the whole king there, I shall. sit here, I if it sliall be to tin necessary about, anything and so of course1! She paused. ce\11I1 this point she had IKiu straight to my co-executor, Dr. Kirwun."She I
lom. I must enter a little into her family" d.-ath, :Monsieur O'Uirn. It shall be the due even she, with all her good business qualities history ; but only so far as! is: needful. tlilJl.ul < d la mnrt. Monsieur, and we shall light will would sometimes make little mistakes art of tCllllor.my hlp0 last. .Hut I'll bear. witness in any court \

: hccn the second of three beautiful sis: the bottoms of the chairs." out of which I found it dillicult to help her Devise to, echoed I I. ."'Il. Miss )101. you like (that she was as sane us anybody I,

Ic-rs the daughters and coheiresses of a gea- : "Then faith, I'll sit like the hen of Uanagher And the same course that she 1urMI'11 joy !" The residuary I legatee to be tli(' that ever made n will." "
tlenian of largo estate in Ireland. They wen -an' she sat till the sod undher her began with her lawyer she followed with important personage ; for he or she woulI'ome .Hut Whllt'l to be done ? I
much run after III their girlhood, and laid to crow. !40'nu think Miss: Hiddy'l tor too-that is to say', with a ('ertlil doctor in fo at least twenty-live thousitn Ah. what iiudt't'th'iuatt's" the t efFect of 'I

once been known as the three pocket-beau open the crack of -her door to the likes of who happened to be 1 personal friend ; fur pounds, and perhaps Il gOOItlll'll more, afte this WilIl it stands ? i'
ties-less in allusion) to their size than to ?" she used to boast that she had never had ituttedicine nil I the debts IHIII : banged: if I k natv. The will'sotherwise

t their rl'putntion-then somewhat, unconvjnon you Why not ? She is sister of my wife mill bottle in the house hit once, and Hit still I she PIU"l'l111 ull'8 I I (the rest h\IIcl'n : without I flaw. And in all I my
) in Duhlln-of being worth marryingfor aunt of lion" that she hud thrown out of the window. She mere child's pIa) JIrlll'P' all all my reading too, I never
something more lu.stingthun: I t beauty. "Aunt of my daughter ye mane. Poh I then said. that she had nothing of I ootlin )eI r. lakl'hc said at last, "I may l IW) I the uI1hahd'!being nl\.I! a rcsid- v
Well, to cut a long story short before it I is what'd she know of a son of yours1 about her but the strength of its nails ; and lying I but I'm not an old woman and I nary' legatee.( like It without ,l
well 1 begun, the ]Eldest, :Miss: Lucis :Molloy, (a You mock of yourself my lueu-frere that the very first time she was e-ompelled to might live for years. Now 111\'' sisters nr l'OIill'ralioli. that th'rl"1 ill) principle a
quaint first name hut it always struck UKas Have she not buy my son Ferentz the commission : semi fo her medical fril'lllli t professional glic. I feel less dying than I did wh1 I] (olrt 'IJUit\would go "101; but I don'tkllnW

a singularly pretty one for a pretty girl,;) of the Foot, and keep him, I long; (capacity, he found thlt, IUllt have been cut for ye to lake my wil I've done al! of one ; dOI't see \ how it"would
: eloped with a gentleman also descended Iron he see not sutiering for 'l'ur from I most! painful internal t the I j justice! I need do ; I don't '.Vtllt 1 come within the "doctrine of (1/1'118.

;; ..royalty() far descended( indeed that then 1l'1" in your throat, Fcrcnt; and organic disease and I fatal one. handsome property( to ht split up-(hit "What's that ?
k; was scarcely a further social depth left him, Steldl"Thcl I "lis ye me own daughter, an' her own How do hungry relations always hear such would be u sort of I h\Il Neither Fireiit? "Why. (that whl'l the conditions' of I giftcan't
to descend to-named Fitzgerald 0'Hirn ;: goddaughter an' niece, Lucis llridgita, thai I news' Had! she made her ,,'i'l If not, nor Lucis: bus any expectation' of g"tlng be" IlcrI'arri(11 out, the Court of

;ii; .. *nd the youngest, Mis.-t: : Judith went oil with she's kept at I<('hoolnt her own charge= nil'kl'I'l111I would she rt-cognize the fact ( (' nature what I may" have to leave whatever ClllC'l'rwil I 10llle method conform, -
\ H foreign refugee: a sort of t Hungarian-tier along us I don't set of her disease admitted of no delay' ? And may.. It's (for the sake of the property that general object, and follow ing the
i4 1111fl.P)1: sl& 11all(; -IIIII.tl'r: count, named her)more pocket-money than woonst year." so, for the lrt t time, )lrII. O'Hirn and 1 1Ir.: it must go into one hand. And, :)i Ir. I.ak, intentions" of the donor as nearly as possi I.

t PurciiU: Stcldl. Ferentz is the I Hungarian I She do that y I daughter ? I ImposMble ) Steldl, tit til expense of their husbands'creditors : I I daren't trust the'l'r'walls 0111Ib'drool ble. ,
for Francis, 1 believerHtcldl.I funoy, in Ha Monsieur !r'IiiI your flew on the\vings of sisterly all'cction with the name ( ) ''lIe. If I "Thl'I, said Dr. Kirwun. 1 !-houl.ll4a)'

"iLr all or 'f 'rlll('. c. I5oth marriages turned "She do that for y4turs.uu? Mr. Steldl/yc and met together at Miss :\Illhell rou to write the name in 1wi.I, I !-llul.1 the court would apply the c-Intl to (the foundation
.mt iimberally-io; miserably!:! that Miss I HridHn side."It. halve? to speak it to you, Inc ; ht I kniM of I('nll'g1 for the study of conundrums.
and matrimony,, the; Count or th Major may have bribed I lit Hiit Iuke, hl'r'llOll h ing
*{ foresaw! romance, hll"1hl' WII" which these two gCIIIIll,1Illllrrlell ; was-for it must have h>e.euu-a :strangemeeting
itnd actually kept her vow. : the least sign of between the two forlorn, faded, inrse to listen at that very Iloor. else dropped out of the \ ; perhaps

? 4 She also kept more than her vow-she coining ) wilwuthlwll, gave t waiter, who was worse than widowed, half-childless women Write" it down for me; ( : here is the. it's the." UllIwc'r. I'l I letter addressed toyou.

kept her fortune. When the: creditors got far off, un altogether fresh view of (tinpossibilities I h)' the tl'lIlh-bl'llof ole who to thl'l. for icn.
hold OfIr\ :Molloy's! great estates: 1t(' left tin: ) of human nature. Oh'iuu"lrthcr l many years represented! strength health Nt). The papers might get Ilropl'lllhout., That: also, was Sall1.Vhaui I opened it,
left him in cash and md-no I'd rather you % I rOUIIOlh'I"'H' words :
very handsome surplus (' was a world in which ('an'41 'omtilrl-u that they had! wanted since ;
his wise daughter gentlemen It isn't that! I f don't trust: ye, but ye 1 you lf up t the in
consuls absolutely to one than their and l'arl'l
: more for their physical inora they were girls together long long
Uto. the I iii t the
and t'ifi.aught drawing-room the
of Coiuil night it out Ilia hl'l\\'l'1
Not u penny went into t the pockets skins."Take. There they had to I< one on each say dn'al your
,; >iti'ldl or.Mr. O'Uirn. It was bitter disap- )yourself oil', my Icau-frcrc. In] effect the bed cOlllcomwf i IIU/tiollhe had been bear it, and she might J't it out lulkIhnut 1\' Iln.-"IH'I'1111111_ window, under the chiflb-
\ jiointment to both gentlemen, and I believe she adopt She leave (- to ask: conscious: .ome l'llll'l to somebody' might Iilr.-H.
my tyrant
their wives Fl'reliz. SOi IIl'r it in place like Chatterbury, am \ \Hlt together straight (to the bouse of
avenged their wrongs upon that the similarly unable 1 I
they all to him. hurdl'I'II.
\ would th'lecrct I late Miss! \Io1 hay, und, to
the Count thin Major get at t jbe our
: *ft<>r the manner of their k llll. "Ye're a fool ( ; that's wlarl she' to ask it in the other's }Wf'-l'II'l', not daring th1 II'elmlilJ
while Madame Htelill sulfl'r'llllIlil 81,111 how to ask it had shebeen as sure as ye're alive. And thl'I Iht'rl"1 I 1.lrllllI, turned up t in the
$<> poor been makin nf'l', I nor knowing
:.f; .starved over Kuropi-': and! poor Mr. (O'Him she'd lave a ollll'rl'\\any blt tl worl1 alone by t the bedside. For I declare that 10 counting the: villiunics I t that wuulin't 1'1' corner drawing-room.. Sure, ('lalluighi.ve .
found another sealed
) t in the anddarkn AliI penny' have led forlorn lone ; they'd be trying to get IC up Iii note addressed tome.
itnrvcd and siiirered larger Lucis, after tloiui all she has for t tin l'n'l I myself would sooner a .
continent of London, Miss: Molloy lived darlin' hope than have asked MNs Mollov: what n madhouse, and forging and Ilmll'rlnj "
atone nnd in dignified opulence at Chatterliii dlllll sort of man who would begiven she meant 1011,1 with her mOII like to Ifll one maybe ; anyhow (' 10 Look volume, we of read(Gibbon's, at page 1;::111 the second -'
4t.hll 'Decline
WI' omfort in living, if I am to live any more Full.
ry. :She was: a Iil1>l-r.ltc economist, and to ( drugging his shoulders, like ::i think of the dismay of the h11.1"111 ,
is shelf in the
'. Lt her patrimony had )rst're.t. She 11:011to: \ Frenchman !a a play ; so he itt) doubt did but 1 lilol't in pity hike! to think of what t tin- I've thought 01 1 way to keep oil id I danger.. I: on 1 : I breakfast-room-H.
herself! in stocks-always muclifor wives ha\e Millcrcd in silence md to make everybody's interest to sun )1"I
amuse by speculating She! cannot have must .
I no now. poor too ,' xI'llnt all this
tOICO the will and bit of both was folly nnd
lulurt every ( mys-
the time tlll\'C
shrewdly and cautiously.: Hy Lucis, or I shall have 1I'Ir. klllW mil that In'rIOOI. the to smile.
die was sixty, it wad reckoned that' her income ., till now how she have 1IIIe140 much for t tin I had alremtilv-l need not tell anybody l'r vith Ill 'write the hand name, and myself then cover in it wil tiflloI ?" exclaimed the doctor, "I huTs
'amount to less than a safe what shall I Ia % my OWI 1) Jupiter
could not of the black sheep
daughter ; hit who h knows pfaces like Cltatterhurybeenlutut midnight ramble
while write the rest, and give mi IU'l'Ollt'4 over her
:t\\ twelve hundred a year, of which she saved school-bill h be after II? Hah !-a Im at.ll"Hlt in the position of\ being able to report our word ye of honor won't tr'lJ'l see w Iltti'V' house: just before she died. l11 was: writing'
I -jit least live. a conunisMon: II Foot-ah, t i; the 1'01 vl'r-allol bet ween the two gentlemenin written till :dead and! gone." these notes and hiding Poor old I I1llyItlut
L' Now what in the world was to become ol unathcr hoc! And consent not to had in )
you 1t the coffee-room. They spoken
lot The whim '" stupid one, I thought, for; an uncommon thing though
nil this money if Miss liridgitaIotIoy ever vourown Mesh and blood for the sake ot n whlllJ'l'r Ill the Old Swan had keyholes a L testator: who was in other respects lo\'lng their deathbeds to fancy themselves :
happened die\ ? bill ofa\ 'hull'f and its waiter Ilull'lr !So I was not very herself so clear-headed, but there was: cerainly I'roUIIl'a by spies und enemies.
-- I'uut a betther sort 01 u father t than tothanll much surprised when, in the l'OUrl' of the no apparent harm in indulging her isn't! lunacy: eh ?" I I

11. in me own dllll weo'of fortune t'\'lIllg. I received 1 summons to atteutulM '4 Hut," Kiid I, "mis you wish to take stink Hut it's the cause: of lunacy in ,"
1 One afternoon the mall coach from Loti. .An ye sit there 111' tllll: she's spent tin I-s: Molloy."Ah 'Xtreme precautions: does it not strike 'Ol grumbled I. \\,11, now for ( llnJ.) otll

) \\0tet down two gentlemen at the Old 'nrice'of a ('IIIIIM"III Oi your 50h1huhulesS !" said her doctor, who was dining hut it is easier for an expectant heir to over And there, exactly on page "; ;: volume -
viwan, Chuttcrbury. Doth( had remarkably tis in" the :Marines, where they believe (the with me whl'l the summons (':\111'. I report mill! a will than for a solicitor to break l'ol- 2, was yet I third sealed( note for me. I
little luggage for those days, when men tale. the l'X'lalutill because it was meant to idence in a ?" And this run :
could not run from York to ],(11111011111111 "l\iroltile tt'ulil'WIIt )lnll"ll'lr O ltiruu, I a I've tn'al that," said she. "(it Key behind wain-cot three Inl'hl) toward
III feW hours. Both ordered a am father I ; : 1Ill, lieutenant 01 nH'11 great Ih'lt find! : al and when cupboard from
trick: ; again a 1cr'IIIt "I I hope III trt I you hlh'r.1"s nurse! tl\1 try overhaul dn'il-rool willlw. ,
,bed, both walked into the i-olloe-room and King (korge".tntl I :\ when I was :- % Ilr here's .' away-but there's H1:
the hclI'hcn' the waiternimvercd ". I of Lncis Hridgita O'Uirn, tlwt'l"I 101011111 for : .At last !I" were"s'
than I
; one of\ them rang IIII-rlnl; whlll she had: not Il'r someweeks fays of killing a dog hanging him. i'll tahll I was afraid we
t. it one of the gentlemen:: ordered In the shoes of Miss: :Molloy. now. uuatilmigt' so that if every servant in the IHHIMs going to be 11'lt all the chimneys Ilforl, f
: 4 3- 'CJ'.d bra'idy and thcotl.e: h it whisky.: And The two fathers emptied their I tumbler*, "Su.Ir: I l.ake' iii'it't." said she. .Iilidn't in the Count's pay or the :Major's, the> we had tut ate. '
ilie waiter's report ut the bar was not t favor.able mil the :Major rang for mor' Neither IIl'llt believe I, 001 dying three .hall I cam their money (for not hint: at all. Si Hv Jupiter, take, ju-t think what

to either. Hut with t that opinion luck to l'.c! this sitting mutch if I he could help i, hours ago, but I ww do now.I Don't WIII\say anything I'll take tIl 1"1, if ye,please, and the will ;; !have !happened if t here'd been one link woul

"of luggage may have had something to do. tat was clear. not a bad life ivi- me a dip of ink, and any : of ing ; if Ole of these pillar-to-post note-s had
There were other resemblances between ]If I didn't know, MI id $1l'l11 slow tholand ly and that tlphl hi I\ In'llll'h en afraid .\ find handy.\ l'r:11 lull'r'e Ilcl lost or gone out of the way !"
4 Itnth were well past middUiage Impressively, there is: 111 clllll I all she asked for. She first ol .It's too terrible
t' the two men. not believe. to face anything in except marriage t', I gave her a (chance to talk of. Itwiuiiltl
neither looked like one of the hunting who shall teach for no )pay. 1lfe wrote down the have cost those '
She upon
wus slowly
; very ole
now. : II pl'lph'Iwar
I she shall I but one bone to 1\111'1 not going 1 ul l'rll
"llh'er.m half-pay, or rheumatic Hit hJ"s Oll'hllgn' what twelve hundred 'Come
; jaeii, or right with all her little oddities she hadkm I paper wal presumably 1 rough year. here's
be all.I ;
.1\1 lents, win formed the bulk I of the male : dog-t hit shall I good, somewhat: hard-man what she was going to enter in the will the drl'Irool; let's be quick and have
really a : nl
4 :. risilurs to ChatllJrhllrr Hut there all likeiHsi lujnO'iim, though 1. hIIIII'Ilt nered ami always singularly Thl'l Ill copied it into the document even dOI(with the whole, thing....
before woman
his brother-in-law in the flesh I
I came to an end. Hoof the whisky citizen of that world which knew that liravo .me. "1 know, 1'1 dying because the 'l more slowly, dwelling it seemed, upon "All right ; 1'rc'IoI" 101hoa1Ijl"t: where
I; wa at long, !lean man, with tierce ititriiniietI, 1 was a in TiN time, and kites are abroad. We used to very letter. we were told go. ( 111', out with vouf
i, (' whiskers, a shinv bald head, blood-hot blue! the refugee had taught fencing he would haw1. bansln-e in the old times, ami itsotnething She thrust! flue scrap of paper on which she Hold a,match: down, this 1 K rather "dark
bets I
")'es. and a tell-tale nose: dressed in the ind; I had won t"\'t'rl I between Count; and Major.I'hoe iitd mude her l llll'lorndlm hitcher bet hole. 1 hcreIull huere's-iatulhomm !I
cards. <
i; Sleight of fashion, with a tendency to over- make a bullet mark out tlnl'k of of: hit So. jxMir silly sisters t II mil have I both [)illow, and thl'l l'llrl'fulfuhk'll the will Dr. Kirwun pulled out a fragment; of anrimlope
t .tapping it into loudne. He had ordered his InMead of retorting face.liecontented here itlu'ring me II\kl' my will. >elf t-o that I ('olM : l t1ll deberately to which! the( nil scaling wax
t.L. J tfroj, in n thick, rich brogue. He of the wd) :ky into his hruthl'r-Il-Ilw'"with yellow an angry I 11"1, if don't know what that means, Im'lkin my" Dr. Kirwunml dUlg. putt on which I could rl'aln ) .ti
.: : :orunJv, on the'other IHl1I111:0': short and I by saying i Mr. l Itk'\'u\, I do. It means death as sure ns myself were appointed ( I''UtUI; and my own IUlne. Thtr.were also sonic odds
; with u dlrty.B.dlow: complexion, thick grin : execution of the will was witm-ssfd by and ends of scattered
-'nut, I tIl round.
;: j t grizzled hair, and twinkling black cyiw. Hevorc .An whnl'l ye"i"h'r i say when this'r I tell' dee ye, .Iii': I 11 You lying mean Ilr.to sav that your ..--. ,.have th<: nurse and a There was cer \\ I pulled out al Iut'r there. Alas, -
ornament, if ornuniHit II with l"thl'k about Miss fate of the tit
unusual IWI
\ the then I thing' : linly nothing rt'larkILll )111"In.swiIH key was only too plain to !
and. for the rest, is bC1 in a hive? 11'11101'11tdl 1 but the she the torn ,
mustache I far
It b?, of a ; though ho had! kept his 1 It was really not a case for eommoiihrusc lxl't'.Il'ar I'arltllrm and half-eaten M'rai'"
elt'iIIlIr rather hulr- IIIt\'l'lt, anti there The Irishman, Miss I itspr should envelope and iu0td.iar '
tt. I iit! the match after all. '. Mix. Mnlley was- Molloy."Not I'II"lllll\'lsiol we found
Frenchiiied about his C':... temper the worst \1: I Hut be guessed A and
rf \.s something from his chair vii hi volley oflanguage in wt'rdt-iio. p our tlul" not even Inti scattering scrambling In-hind the
Steldl leapt I there wnsnothng Nor diil :Miss Molloy so soon as %vaiiisemmt with the
hi tll lilt" trinK to be I t here lucy sat nn41'ril. quite 10'kl'lII' certainty. that
Wuitther J" said the Irishman! "if anyiii. I that prn'lhil\ own ot hN kin."Your but in every tear. c\'lr'I"I1" htllpxlt'.ict. The Count ami the tIlt mice swallowed the k"n' ,',\'.
the thimu 'Wi-\ll-Wi.
t .|h' ralU here to-dee or to-morrow fur Mej.tr iodcfH.Tthun| part .I risk I TiMi't b 'tft not nice toha' : t May at the Old
b'Uirn I'm Mejor O'Uirn" wife, you f'lrtIIC-huIiLII i tlll tlu much I II beyond their means, had mrted dead-' *,
) \ : : Si cried over that "'. :as as \\alt f
started for u moment, and l.iid 1:ioggar? y.lr111' wlh11" Molloy h' I the because cacti
I The other I.r.or' I ould do not to say" \\'un't--\-uu't-WoU'I ; cnl'lf"s:11 mondeadly What wsw to be done UoW ? The
4iis glass down, Ilut'h) you've : othlr with a of mortal done knew M IlIiu.
I lh threw rest of the I into the Limit rIlwan hlhll iil"llr'll rllilg whol Mis Uridgitu
; t "Shall: : I comprehend Monsieiir'he"! asked: bluzu the chimney.liijuor Then 11'Il' I tnn\. Ah, Mr.: Lake, lile tlI I've Utnhinking I urn very much that both uoney belonged. The letters 11011\1?
? antIeimt n ll' I have :\1-s. Steldl and Mrs. had to boar at I
-that you give i your name t I viIIsL' how maylx- to O'Ulr hat took to waltzing
*, M,; name 7 And why wu t.lll't I give t mttoned his coat'."d tallth' viying. I nimt'body to drop a real tear over your own n-ir hu"hallhanlls, the burden of punbmeiit table U my dream wihtl n IllllplJtlun "

: ,on.*-iiiuu' ?" w iil. O'Hirn, with u little lean in ("An'' Mi"! )lln what I nil! mighty) wo>te of I self, if'tit hull brandy.andfromu Count or uhlujor l for the sins of her brother-in-law (y do. I got l box of ivory dil aiud
: stab!* rh&ir, "'Tiai none to Iw ashamed of, Ihatl said ) I)'Iturn. gnlpinglown : than tu haute Vivvil in in-aco only tn hit, however that may' be, the day cunie ut 1 sorts of anagrams, but llIlM tried ,
..iiytinv! I'lllikt' to see the man with Iii glilkI:: II I lljlr his ,\ ye ii I Hut thut't. fool talk ; and ] la"t when I heard from Dr. Kirwun the longqnTtiil out ( hve-and-twenty cnlll lak(ttlI
i H'II hti back Ii" good. 1 tut (1'Jhrtm !" the rl'lluthull'r.f Iwn t' .1111mU talk like u I haulye news that 1di..lt., Mrs. Hridgitu ( I ." wltl 0 I
,&. 1 1 t Mon- go $tcltIl. I won't l h.ithutr ot'en In MV I \o not in .tnpid our \'owt)1) among them, and with :
I :.. One hundred thousand (tuitions nay faiv--tlt.tuugi.) it might 1h1{ ilu-lx-tttT to t 11.1: llloWIS nlh'l no lill Z S aim'' *, he will feu"ami
her l' stint in
know-lhut is all. }ir II your ti.lh. ; llrun'l
I uloiie..uulenaiit week
Unit ''
I jir.. I Mill glut routd |lie fun. I Surely, I, "you Ila\'Ia.tl'lllm"tlr trembling, that !the
I: i hut oHm hundred' O'Diru.thousand" pardon, ".\Ihll I 1'1 you, Monsieur t'rl..1 l Steldl, :tll t-\I: '.()'flIrn "- Jll'.i1 "Hut all tle: ( \ kept u>{ the 111hl i>{ the mind of 11"ntun

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would bo immediately raised by one or didn't grudge:: her cousin his good huk, and i, scull ict up a siitnceof handwriting nsascience I. ItooKs. and Stationery. i 1'(... Tiunpsi and Key AVosI! ,
both of her brothers-in-law, who luul I, of I wus intensely relieved. I \\as thinking of nPw limns"! __. I
course been made aware of the contents the l.t1h-t of all this: am e\iden'c, Steldl was 1'un arc I insulting: : sir There is n science uoit.K'i: nieiMV.Wholesale : v1trL1.1111'.1
and were In L possession of thus c letters with, looking at me In dignified truttupiI\ Ir. I' of }handwriting;: '. and character In
c.'O'S I.I I'::
out meaning, lint strange! to says no steps Withers! was regarding hi. success with artistic I handwriting ; and l shouldn't like to write Sh'lUlIlthllt. ,
and Udall, -- ----------- ----
were taken whatever. It was not for u week pride, when my clerk brought;!; in a like you. judging from what it's like to bo." : I
at least: after the will had been proved thatI card-Major Fitzgerald O'Hirn.) 1 1' always make it n point of insulting .
I r('received, visit from :Stcldl the elder accompanied I thought he*! tuhaveererythivgmail; tun quacks and humbugs: ," Mid Mr. Higgins. "It's 1 > I by u dapper) ) and l smartly dressed over then and tlll'rl'U.; without considering the first! duty of titan I've read, that cipher) ) :.
young: man, whom he I introduced to me as the presence of his: brother-in-lau and l in the way that would 1 satisfy anybody (butnnexpert And II.SJ(..
11rCitlwrs, from the otllce of Withei-s it enemy, I had him! ushered ill, and there's! nil "III111111 l."1 1 uC.1Rf1'1Ni w.J.lltt M Ub: ,

Kin;'. I supposed he was the le'gull\th-I/ll'r 00011! dee to yeIr.. I,:'!.. '," said he, without \\' \ do you call a uuaek, !sir? Let nu tin! Wi-sr: H\YSrKhT:: .. ... .. .. '
of the Steldl elaim. t deigning to notice, or even (to ter.I' r. tell you that when\ a man dililuratcly insults: '-'--
"You shall w undcrI: r. hake," said the Steldl who for his part, threw a doable 1I1\'l'l'il'lIl'l'I--1 I feel it my duty to knock himdown. ( Tin I': 1'. s. MAIL.!
Count, why I did not think Miss(j Molloy: dose of benignity into his smile. "I I suppose \ : ." .1.\l'K-O: \' 11,1.1'::, FLOUIDA. : ,
u.d what you rail mad wultian4)t at all. 'I yc\ lIJt'l'lIllItlhl'rill why I didn't gi "levtleua'mi-gentlent'n; !" I cried out
think! of that once! ; but then that J.i\'l'l'half!; in for proxln poor :MKs Hiddy UHH n nmt- ")'till have both bl'11'I'r lll'\'l'r-a great : of the staunch and elegant :Steamer\ :J
the. money tothat vermin l'itzgcral.lYfirn, wake in the top, ye know. .\d: I't 1'dconseii t deal too clever for me. I would gladly havesuccpttd : ONK the above Line will leave Cedar Key

who !'hal10\ it in every vile way 1 say it to go halves with a dirthy, mane, intriguing:: l'ithl'rIf your readings: Heavenknows. every Monday: at UK:( p, m., for
shall" be a good wilt I take advice, I ; :andI baste of H fellow that ,..t'I<,'tll'\It oil" with i IL Hut I can't accept both ; and both ;i'
demand you pay all what shall be left to shilling with her on hand11! or m none your reasons: are so admirable that 1 can't .r."hSc'hool ItooIiH! a S|)o<-laltICUer >'..,.,.g Tampa, lloaalcc, \
mv son, Ferentz Steldl"! that's the wurl'r01' the! (I'Him'l:0! :: I'M ;accept l.ilIIl'r.lId xxhat's worse, It's: your "
Wait u bit," said: I I. lie has ulreadv received just dropped in on mv wee to ask ye fort hatwentylive arguments, not your assertions, that will And Hraidentonn. .1
his legacy: of a thousand: pounds.1' thousand that's due\ to Lncismy have to go into Chancery ; and into, Chancery and Ocean .SteaniboatN. 1
'.Hih what liall he olle thouoIalHI: pounds ? daughter; \ ; and I'll take it hot withmoan tvc not+t all go. Yes tlll'rl"11110 help for it and everylonday mid Thursday at I. top
He I is what you cull residuary legatee of MiisMolloy. sh tit. 'I if you \please. tr.) II ye ha\'<'II't now ; and, once in, Heavin triune knows: *"?" .11 o it (j A x i, i x i: "tS1. 111, for .6;

." it all III your pocket, a Iii ritie' on ueeutntt'11 1 1do whl'lI'l' ,shall get out again.<, .
"I wish he were, with all my heart ]Hut for toad e." "I 1 object to the law on principle ; shall, furls Rasta' n nd Ke> Wet. i:

we must! go to Chancery. There's! nothing "I am sorry for :Miss o'Hirn." said, I. have nothing to do with law," said :Steldl: !
.-lse to l be done." "Hut she's had her thoii-and 1'111111'1"- alllli 1 have no doubt but he had l excellentreasons I ;r
No. I He ,shall a not go i in ( 'hllll''r\'. !lie --"her thousand I pounds !.I I w.1IIIIIII'I givisixpence !' for l the only principle I lr1''lr heard -i 1 Connections made: at Cedar' Key with tin '.'t
,shall have his right and I his due. I am his \ for a begg.uly\ thousand ponds, 'Tis: of his having. "I bring my expert ; you aresatisfied. awl Florida Transit I Hull, :ad (mm ilnd l to nilpoints ,a
father\ Monsieur." an insult\ to stake to a gt"tll'lIlllllol''ol1'h isum. \ : I demand twenty-live thousand iar North and West ; at Punta It.issa! with .4\
tw :
"'h11 you can read those confoundedletters ." pounds for my !>COlli." tar :Steamer: for Fortlyel's: : Fort Ogden, and ;

intu'FerentzSteldl, I'll pay himevery "Her thousand iioumK and -I'm iifiau "I despise: the law," shouted time Major. S. .MAIL SI I. A II SHIPSWill )Pine )Level. 1

penny with all my heart, and tike the consequences -this gentleman: ), Mr.l l WithersH| explain "\11 IrNIi 1 gentleman\ doesn't mix "I' with U. _-.--._____.__-.. ___--- Through Tickets. are on !sale at 1Vrnuudina
but not a minute\ before." there is no longer any doubt of Miss Mo]- pettifogging\ rascals: I xvouldn't touch the ( Jacksonville! (iiiincovillc, and (hint t
Very goodI Ir. Lake. Thl'lll11:111: read loy's: intentions, Lieutenant: Steldl: :: is I residuary dirthy thing with the l'IIIlof an old brut \ leave Cedar Key Key, at greatly' reduced rates' for nil prioripal t
them into}o'l'rl'lItl. ll'IlIl.lIlIl1 without magic ; 1t' !\\h'l..tI 'Tis sis clear ns day-l.11l.l-I: Itridgiln 1 ()'Hi rll," ) : points on the (hull ( 011"1..r. .

and t then you !shall payuw, :Mr. Wither*, An' who's :\I Withers? Is it in a conspiracy "It must be compromise "Chancery," FOR NF.W: OKLKANS: KVKUY: FIMDAY.: J.I. OALPIMN. 0<'11'1 Ag't. I ;
if ,. ,'1111 with bends thiiktogaiief jllt.l1. "Have it !C will." 13: Cedar Key, Flu. !:
you please ( { your as as you ., ___.. ',
Mr. Withers i is yoursolicitor! I presume!" sis piys in one shell! ? Why'tis plainer 'Cuntpruntise-w'ith him ?" said Stcldl, 0
I have not the honor" said \I Withers, man blazes that gpxsthnds" : for LucisO'Hirn ,pointing to the :Major with his thumb. .;SAVANNAH, 1'EIt\.1Ni)INA-trp-

glibly, "to be in the profession! your pru- What do ye see to that sir eh ? Not one penny shall he rob my 1/,11\." FOB!! KI.Y1:41': :: AND HAVANA
fo.ssion: "sir that is to SILWe are a firm of "J'II1Ilt'rahl it doesn't. !'lIhll. "('olllpr..ml -with 1tl'lll't':: said the ARhy(7 4
professional experts, sir.Ve practice the "You're a pretty fellow for a la wer. Hut :Msijor in his: turn. ":'III\\'tll'. with Old Nick I InmyTlTtWA: .
science of lIltogrlll'h111111 we collect and I suppose ye'll I have to \' what'spruveul.\ would ; for Old! Nick's gentleman," addedhe. -,1.11'litill' \VI 1.LI': "t'i,

deal in the autograph letters! of celebrated lliggins, yc'rl' wanted Y'! he shouted.\ I
historical: persons.aUirally our business!: He/ too seemed had brought; a Iriendxvitl, And there was the deadest lock I ever ..+. ......... ......... ....,. .......................r H 3'
has occasionally' included the (bralll'lillfcq'p- him-a littlcj pinched, shabby, eldeily man 11l'1\tllof since I xvsis born No lord Chancellor I PAHSONS:: ( ) \; HALK:, Agents, 1
the construction and solutionof with red drew will that j! TIIHOIJUII LINE: !! r
tagrapliy-of) squinting eyes. ever up u most clearly f-\I8t: Cedar Key, Fla.

ciphers, which, though requiring a certain "I'll introjuce to me friend Higgins; meant two opposite, and Irreconcilable t timings i ._-- -+: ...... ......... ......... ........,......"...."r r i
I spI'l'iallll'tilllle! as vv01l I as experience, gentleman: and a !'(scholar that'll rode >'e otF And so, verily believe should xve have
I is not so ditllcult, as!: laymen might suppose, Hebrew into Chinese for a glass of\ulIl'h.\ ah been standing at this triangular deadlock at :M A i I. LO1l1"yI'IOIt11).t
I and is: as: certain in It:4': results as!: arithmetic back into Hebrew for two. "Faith I'd like, the present hour hud not the IltIIitsl'lf; S'rl'.\"SIlIi.: MXK.Only :. vi \
I itself-beautifully certain sir. Our friend ye to find a question, that Higgjns! wouldn't brought about a most! natural !solution in the
:Mr. $tl.'ltIlIHI applied to me for the missing nnsw'cr ye oil'hand, :Say ItolInt'IIiggin: ; ", most natural way in the world. "When in Ilireet Line to Xew York. SEA: ISLAND ROUTE. )'
key of this: little puzzle, and it took me barely what d.ies gjx spell\ An says he'JList: doubt') uthing"Iconstantlyliultolahit'! I
half an hour's study to find it." Loris O.Him." wisest maxim that ever was made.My ) A I.'O, -.

You 1II'lm'ou can read thisjumhlcinto A smile of amused contempt came into the : relief nt the time hardly equaled. naystirIwise Xnsmin! .V .Matan/.itM! Mall SteamNhip -
seIiMe7'! asked I. "You must be a clever fi'I- face of smart Mr.: ll'it hers.'! Hut considering;: that :Mrs. Steliil r'IIiI:: JKOUOJA AND) FLOH1DAINLAND : {
)low, Mr.: Withers. How am I to know if it "An expert ?" asked!. he."An1 and :Mrs. O'Hirit had: nrvt'rgnarrrled-emlt: Line, .
isn't guess-work ? The correctness of your pray who may you be' !Mr' ?" a"k11I.ljor !sidering (that they IU\llml.t n al"'oll"I.ll'r'III :Sailing: ; from Fernundina every two wcckjonN. ) STKAMHOAT: ": ( O, !
rending: will have to !be pro"I'tI.'OU arc" ) O'P.i'rn." "D'ye"imiine to 1 tell I me V(' what sort of young people their son and I ... ..ew '
I .I Up to tin; hilt, .m0.the beauty of t a haven't\ t heard of 1 Higgins 1 -that ought;: to In' I their daughter ucrc--I must own that: I was I ;- S. City of Austin" F ,.
: cipher, or cryptograph, 1 is that if you once IL doothor: divinity and amember of Parli- an ass to feel surprised on learning of the r {'aptllillnn:: : : foC.Pl 1 W I"' 'S t
; hit on the right key, it can only' mean that ua'nt,1(11(1 could I'eIIHlhl'r the teebhxvhenever marriage of Lieutenant Steldl to f."dM Hrid- ; .ili. J m
1 s. S. Caroiidelet, : ; .:
doubt alllhl And thus annihilated O'Hirn. The of the : : .. :
one thing-mi no lIitr. ye \Phis Having gift history Montague I .... f .. -j,
as the discovery of the key is a logical l process :\Ir.ithl'rs., "Higgins! do your duty," and! tho Capulets!' does not Mand alone In the Captain HICK.TIIK : "' .b. ;t : ,. ""!'t _...
and as iioViphercan 'iio-sibly have Immure said\ he."Thl're"1'. cll'eet of the feuds of the old upon the heartsof '"-'!".-:.
than one key, why, sir, /11I !' niiiliiilnixto- nothing in nothliigin at all." the young Hut this! is no part of mystory. (f1t :,' :1- ANn '
t the result I is proved" by the )process, sir ; or said! Ir. iilr I.!'tnshulllingsort ina queer\ squeak, and In a Knough: t that her claims became his m ,.r 1' ",
rather, result and process prove one another. : of tone. "11'hat'shim' diluVul- while his remaimd his ownand therefore t 1
." ty in reading that cipher I am at a loss toconceive. her own, ton And if two elderly rascals 1 d. I l I FLOUIDA) ) .\ IT HAILUOAD,
/Le WlA l "
"Then I mu..t have your process, if you Doyoii mean to fe.lllm' that there were kept in somewhat disreputable clover ,,-- S SAll
please." isanylodyon! earth, exceptIajorO'I:; irim, :. for the I'l..t of their days, sind/ iftwo t 'x<'cu- ;.;..:.."""' .., TO
1'01 be sure. No patent. Anybody can who bus found the slightest liitlii-nlly IIIrl'u.lilll i h.... were content to run a little Nifo risk in : FINK: STIIAMSIIIPS: : ,
do it. This (11 slier, :sir, is even .tbsurdiysin, ; what couldn't pu//.lc. for IIIIIn'llaall making things; : l'"mfllrtllhh'I1rOIl..1\ .. for everybody Points Xorlh and "'.''''.,
I'll'. Did you ever read the (!lull 1 Hug' of half second. anybody but a horn fool?" themselves! Included nod if two \VISTII\: : TI\AS.:
Mgur Allan Poo! ? No? That's a pity because You are pleased\ \ to be' i onm dhlu'ratitry, cryi'jolgist-j\ ; I : rem ma nmm cl I Irreiouciluble' foes, CAIT. i IIINKS I I :::, offering comfort unrivaled u delightful\ Hill
I shall have to explain from thcboginning. :)Ii'. niggins.' said I. "\I Wiihers: 11'11111 mural If Iwu young;: people' became happy' in over a strictly Inland watcr-conrio: full of
I have rather a contempt! for that expert, assures us that cipher can only be thcirown peculiar' way, and if tho ('ollrt11" (TI'cu' AIIAN.. Interesting scenery.The .
,..lul'\'. The cipher he makes' his: hero discover read l in one way." I'e Irivt'tl ohm IJ'.t (':111"., and t the profession! (CAIT. 1JISK.ONK :; P.U.U-K: H'rl'Ultlll': !,
w.mld have; been found out ha child It didn't want alll'xpl'I't totellyouth.it," the Iollikoftlll' l.rupertymif' is :'I1l1o-\\'l'lI.: : \
: of I the shove Steamers: will\ leave
in halfllll' time. And this cipher [bcfoio us ,said.Mr. Higgiustc i 1 tily.i I ''Ofruursryuuran the fault I is mainly my own. I profess only for. New YOI'I.'I'r I I' I. <> It I I) A ;i
is of I the kind I simplot i : rt'alill How to tell the not t to solve the of y Fritlayto I
precisely same -tLcvcry only cipher one way. can story, mystery' ( suit the tide). I Cnptaln' JOHN FIT/OI.UW.H: ,
form of'cipher kuuw i." one sit symbols ,stand (fortwo I dillereiit! Muss' :Molloy's most loinarksible will.- l.'in- I
This line having no transfers to make
: -
"Well ? sets of words? tlon Surlily. AMI
"A person like \Ii..Molloy.. presumably "Then you will agree with )Withers ?" .j
ignorant:: of the beautiful' !science! erypto-, "'No donut" If :Mr. Withers has read the 1'rok'Mslonul cad Itiisim-Ns! Cards FKUNANDINA' : : ) ) NF.W: YOIJK: ('1'1'U'<< niciiMiri'4: .

I> raphy, would bo almost certain to adopt the cipher he will agree I with a4)'. A cipher is ()t1i'r tlu'HES'I' Captain -, t

pl(1a of making one letter do duty for another. made to a particular LWo.hl'lI'key, and it can't Il' fitted "'JI.. it. ('. iniYii: :, AND I) < 'HKAPKST:. ::: TKANSPOUTATlON : ) -
01'eunrse she has: left no spaces: between with old women make Lease
her words. Now, you know that the ciphers they mostly change time letters I by 1II\111.11'O\I\II: : : SUN) :'IIEICII.\: :( \'I'. TO FLORIDA: SlMPPKIiS.( : lay and Jickynuviilrrvcrylondayll'tmincs Friday)' Steamboat 1:l'i't'ss,111) ; :-umm
commonest KnglMi; letter is: e ; !so that ten counting forward or backward. So first 1 x Vi-getables! and Fruitsill receive special" i. m.

to one, the l'olllllletlll'.tll'ller III the cipher counted\ one forward, and midegineanh ; C'I''HHIr.' : :: ., :'KXK 1 K.: It. DIII) : ,T, care in IIIIIIIIIIII Lent Feriiandina I by Steamer Floilda' ums .
will represent e. That letter is d. It conns t lat came to irithing. Then two Ii'forward 1 PASSKNiU:: : : : ACCOMMODATIONS( ( : ) AKK: : IIrrl\'ulot' Train. -

nofeucrthan; live times in the twenty-live. aid: mideg nu-an i ; nothinagain. J-no.K l'111N: : ,\='tII) ='.\, FLA.Hay FlUSTCLASH.The ::: ( :: \ni\'l' at Savannah: every Tucwlny'Iii urs-
:-:0.: ten' to one, d stands: for C'. You irccivc -no. Then I tried I : the fifth letter\ for waul Ila11I111 8 .
traveling;: public' are ollercd! the advantages Saturday, a. nm.I'lusc
? -. Accmlingtoth.it f rule g would he 1 ; p Corn, OafN. ; ufa DIUF.CT: ;( LINK:, WITIIOI'TANY )(' roniertiinm;, made at Savannah with
At any rate, I follow so far." would be u ; x (m.ikiiig a follow Z) would be _. h__ t'HANtil'X( ; Connections made atl. Tumor Steamships, of the (){'J.\S: KTKAMSHIP : .
Very iVood 1, ,sir. Now look at the (:ilherwell c. Next l'Oll1l'II.!: which would be i ; then n, \. roCKISFU.., JXO. T. w' \I.K Ell. ,ksnn\ille with all steamboats! lir all / COMPANY, emery Wednesday and
mind keep it before your eyes. We'll which would be s-the true letter being W\LTIK it. YXTKS.: points' on the :St.: John's, Oiklawaha and Saturday, for/ New Turk Also with Host on.
assume for the moment that d may mean e ; always!: the fifth 1 letter! from the cipher1r- Indian Kiu-rx: and. with the Transit Hail- )Baltimore; amid I Philadelphia' Mcsimcrs, unliwllh
and if d means, it's likely enough a would l lI ward.! Follow it outgentleman, and see foryourselves. all rail lines to all A
It JI.: .I., WALKKll A. ATI-IS: road' at Feriiandina: for all railroad stations points North an
bj I h b would be and and COCK
I e, so on, soon (in FloridaFHKUJlIT 1Vest.
taking the letter following.: Let's try I did as he h.ult'men,1 the cipher read, '
(.COCKUKI.I, WM.KKH; Jacksonville,) : : AND) 1'\-SI'; ::='Cllm lATIiSAS For Stutc-Hoom.s: and Through Ticket. ,
that dodge with m, because there's more letter by letter! iu follows, with l'cl'ulillrl'l'dl
than one m, and because n (which it oughtto lug of the name of the testatrix: and all : ... .LOS.(. _.. "11V 0 INDMIKiT:: .n.I.IM'X.. ... apply' to
J stand fur is coininoiiNh sort of letter. Attorney's nil d (:ouuMellors' 1t1''hrungh) Hates and Hills of lading
) a .. (;mexnx WMDYIIDoy JWHMI )J'r IPXK.LUCIS Lice<< A: AMcn'N Tourist flew..
--- ----" 1
I very wen. i uttinge\ fur d and u fur nI anudots' lUtllKilTV, OBI UN MY MKCK.: to all points.

fjr the other ietterse..ne...e.en.e. There was no mere doubt that the cipher FKHNANDINA: : I" 1.\. For passage; or. further IlIfotlllatioll.IIJ'I'I)' JU.klluIIVllk-CollIl'r: of Hay: and Ocean
Now, Mr.: Lake the question I understand tll Streets: St. \IIjII"tllu'-Mux HI flc'lo I'
vtIsthis than it wasi! dear Firentz ; 011 III ",
1 it,is ; Iidliss: Molloy leave her money Su.-l.ll. It meant :both equally nepnew, and oth l at OMU-c adjoining Clerk <.f the Circuit Court. 1 It.: SOl'TIIWICK.:: ( .. Agent, near the. Post-OJH e ; Pidiilku-W. O. WolU.,
to Lueis fritgita \j'1Iiru nr to Ferent/Steldl? Ftr.iiiiidina.C. .
the same I time Hughes' )Drug Store ; Feniundina, KgmontHotel. :
Assuming! that one of those (.'It must" fall MALLOHY t { 0., .
into where the name of the legatee iiiu'tcome I put it tlll''ery cryptologist in the world, WALTKU It. YATW: Notary PublicHI;I U Pier 'O llast: (liver, New Turk.11lllllat 'J-U :
MIHTAVK f : LKVK.Jeli'l : :
is it within the onds of that ,
credibility a -- . .
it will strike at that there - -- -
you once (; '. s..1 ;t Sea Island Koute.:
i I ( ipher of twenty-live IctrtTs: should' bo readable O. S. OAKIIN: +: ;
isn't one single e in the lady's IHltIl1. It will in two cxaetlyoppoMtcund I i inconsistent : : NC'iiini'MtTIIK : : : J. N. HAUHIMAN,

also strike you that the young gentleman is: ways and that its twoirreconcilablesohitions! / 10NTItACTOU AND HUILDKIl( I:i:, 11-'$i L. .. _. _.. Manager. _
and that we've already in:-
nephew) got should liT Yo VVmtSST.
be trained following two
coining:; together. Let's chance it. Let's write ) simpleprinciples '\ ;,;-ffT. MAUY'8: ltlVEit; lit
both equally obvious and equally I
\Sl'I'\(1TItY.t4 .'-------- .---- -Y
nephew' right out, and see if we get sense bound I ..ible! will be ::.' 'IACUIT:
Incredible--nayhafsls HMIPAVYTIIK : .
that wa '. It'll come like this, putting! p the unanimous answer. And yet tho imtosaible MOl'LDIMiS, HUACKKTS: H.\ VII) AND .] JOHNSf t: $ :I i ('1'\ I.OIXTi } S'I'I J. : :

for y, h for h, w for o ; ...e..nephew..en.'' .. [ !: by marvelous chain coinciden TCKNKD: : I.n.rI'JwJ'W: : ."(, If______ If ___ --1
e... Now what :strikes!: you next sir? ces, was cifccted in that will of Miss \lolJJ)'. ST.\lit itA 11.1 woo f) KAVIJHTKOIKSHS : : .
Nothing whatever Mr.: Withers.: Nothing She could not intentionally have brought :SHKATIIIMJ:
at all.\ about such u result even if she had tried. WKATllKUHOAHDIN: : : -1M
Xu? I'm surprised. Doesn't it htrike The i fur the ein Ferentz, or rather I.'crentzleft, ( AM FLOOIt.I.MI. ..:u I'"-
strike you that en comes! in Ferentz ; that no room fjr doubt that Wither's: solution was ( : HTKAMKIMI'LOKA
the cipher: and the name of :Stcldl both end true. Ontheotherhand, the p'Culiar"'I'tllillg ,
ina Utter between u 'pair of letters-zxz: : of Hridgitn vvasa iiiiiunsvverableargumentiiifavor Ntuir and Church IVorU '6 ; .MAUTIM: ,

Idl ? A most remarkable hint, indeed ; fur of Mr.: Higgins. 11'itberyhal Htartcd .\ SPECIALTY.DOOPJs : Captain Rlctitnnsox.I Cuptuin .
it Interferes with no former as.1ul11J'tion-z on the principle which has amased''i many "\\7"1LL leave1'ernaudinafurJackxnnille, \ ,
w\luillml'an 1 ; x would mean d. Now look readers: of Kdgar: Poe and is! in itself perfectly AND WINDOW KKAMKSOF : TT and Pulatku and intertmiliute landings p41"IAIIX-tnItVIC"1i; :
h iw it re.aIs.e.s nephew f.rentz fcteldl.\ trim and ssuud one. logins i lirid ALL :SIXKS.Pi : : / on the $t. John's River\ and Savannah ;
Only one thing bothers time Where the dot started on the principle favored by dimple- st Imam(( H comes now in f.rentz there ought to be a d to tons who correspond in cipher in the agony jan .Feniundina Fla. The )Flora leave* FernandlnaforSt.Mary'ts
rtnMitaiie. In there's limit that's From FcmundinsiFOIt River landings every Monday WNlIl'IItIny
e reality aj. columns, and imagine that their silly secretsare --
u trifle ; doubtless clerical error. The whole not open to anybody! who takes live 'JlI'S: '...(.n..x, J.elrO'IIU: :: AXU PALATKA, and Friday-returning on Tuesday, T1lUn.
thing's; as plain as a pikestalf. Substituting minutes'! trouble to read them. day and Saturday.
letter! for letter, and never mixing them What was to be done-now ? C 0 TIt.\CTI It .\ N D IJUIJ.UJ'H.I: sir KVKUY: : WKDNI-WDAY.'tfeV.: : tile Martha leaves F'-rrtaiutina: for sash

here you are : My dear nephew, Ferentz Clearly the situation was not realized by FernundinaFOIl jiolnts every TueslayThursday and Saturday
Stcldl ; and there you are I" either of the fathers of the rival legatees.Hiit Aladltla Street hctwe11 Second and Third, From -returning every Monday, 'Ycdnf.Wttl

I was certainly surprised at the fellow's a gloom came over the face of Mr. FKKNANDINA, FLA. SAVANNAH ASI t'JlAtU) :'i'fOSf.iI''JoltY and Friday.Tlirouffh.

ingenuity llxcept lor that mUbing e the Withers. He took! up the ruijier on which Orders ami estimates from a distance care- : : l"UWY."t. IIIIN oradltag
process was without a flaw ; and when we Mr. Ili?;ins! boil written his solution and attended ltf .
""11 hit u logical and faultless process arriving at examined It intently. ully to. Chase connection made with steamers forMilloiiville by I.\J.I.f>It V'S LINK: of Steamers tl' alt(
a prohahlecoiichiMon, what are we to bay ? "No sane woman would have used nuch a --- ----- and laiterpriM: also with steam- |Hints on time $t. MuryV

And by Jove, Miss Molloy\ had made a (>ar- simple cipher as: that" said he. "It is just! THY TIIK: cry: for (klnwaha (timer; UJMI Savannah!. ('Im... ('..lIu<<"etluu
i titular point of H-lling Ferentz .'irclltzwil : the solution that would satiety an amateur." with jitcuiners for New York, Philadelphia made with the New York Charleston *
h an I i. Look back at the draft of the will "True." said Mr. JlI,;;:in I with a flight NEW YORK OBSERVER \illlillaltllllnr.untl at Charleston with rUvunnalt Stcumcrs, am t
and see. That was downright proof, if any sneer. 'Mur men are in the ]t<,.itk>n of amateurs. steamers for New York, Philadt-lphla, Haiti.
, WI" needed ; tie j in the eipherhitherto unaccounted I believe. and judges too." THIS YKAH.: more, and with Northeastern fi South Carlo fiOOD>> ACCOMMODATIONS(
t t for. would Lc I I. The very simple!I "A cipher can'l have two resolution," lina Itailroads fur routes North, Kmt and for Pum-ngm. KjccnrklonUta: [ and Touri.t. .
little f process had all\ the air of a miracle to said Mr. Withers, throwing the paper| IIIIwn. Tall LAMIKXT ..1"lU.ojT PAM/I.l' We*t. will Ilnd this a very attractive hilt u.i flat ..
me. I knew nothing then of tho far greater "True a- 1:1,1?:/: /." Till \VOKLIt.Jitr scenery: (N: grmul, and alllgutoni and otliri'
marvels wrought by antiquarians in rougher pilv for 1I""0'Uirn." FIIt$f-C1..1 S PASSKNfJKH: : ACCOMMODATIONS. game are abundant

and larger fields, or I should jH-rhaps, have "II ive you fciudicd cryptology as a M'1 ne, Send for Sample Co|.)--Free.-IMf y(7- Either: of the above Steamer\ rtinchurUrctl r..
been less kurpri-. Mr. HU-iiur, asked Mr. Wit hem. with a Through Tickets and Staterooms mK-unsl) for esctioiou f juirtics at any till"'',
'. It i is read, Ion.i'ur.tt said fcSteldl; peTe, wild! e.tort at elaborate! courtesy. and all information funiUhed at olJicv, corn For further Information apply to
with a how, I'm not such an ass" tuid j Mr. IIi.-.rill', i Sr.YOI:[; OIWKUVKIt.l3t : -r Vntre and &t.'olul..trl't't... A !H. SOy. Agent.

J wa:; a little sorry for Mhs Lucls ; but I with 110 pretence of Courtesy at all. "1'd aI 37 Park )tow, New York. :::' >-Iy C, A, NOYKS. y>\. f.'v3: Frnandu, 1"ta .


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f ; 'rUB FI..OHIDA Miuuoit.. of the Innocent, the weak and the unprotected TUK OJIAXGE IXSLCT.While in Florida arc dwelt upon and the only learn that very little progress: !has 1 been made

".." .. and the even-handed dNpcnscr' of there in,, the by the contractors on the Johns liar The
: arc ects which in
.: 's r-"I ::;"': :: = : -=-' --- ':: many .doubt or difficulty which is presented
I S.t7'WWAr; AMU 5, 1881.l justice to all. one way or another, infest and injure the intending !
: I .. .. .. ---..- .. . .. --, Mob law i Is destructive of everything that orange tree, there is one l peculiarly ruinous and beautiful Hilt to a very large and we hope to see the work energetically

j I! THE JIEVEXUE LA W.i : I is valuable} In social life, and remands society to which has been given the name of the number of persons it is quite as importantto }prosecuted

i i We have received the Senate bill No. 175 to a condition of barbarism It should orange Insect. This is the well-known scale know what Is the condition of society'

: r entitled, nn act for the assessment and collection never he countenanced in any form, but insect of the coccus species. When the treeswerejust While It is undoubtedly true that in peace HEATH OF SEXATOJl CA11PRSTER.

} : of revenue.1It made! impossible by a united and firm recovering from the severe! freezeof and good order in industry and honest labor While the attention of the country has

seems impossible to get a committee of public hcntiment! which demands and enforces I 1H.T; this insect appeared brought in, it our people will compare, as! a State, favorablywith been directed! to the composition of the Senate

the legislature to travel out of the beaten as the foundation of society, the, absolute } is wild, upon trees imported by flener.il any part of our country, yet, because and the new members coming into it,

l track Nearly every objectionable worthless supremitacy of law.' Peter! liked Smith from Northern conservatories. there are here and there places where death has just removed one of its most distinguished '

feature of tho former nets Is retained We trust that our own State will seek to So rapid was the progress of this: enemy the ill-ill-conditioned liquor-heated brains members, Matthew II Carpenter y

t!l with !scarcely' a change in any particular become preeminent in this respect )Disorders i that in less! than three years they had of a few, very few, persons have broken loose of "'i (,oIlQin.

.Section:: requires n taxpayer to veer by have not been frequent in the past, and reached nearly every sweet orange tree in from the restraints of law and decency and Senator Carpenter, while he filled rather .

Nolemn oath+ to the value of his real estateand where they have occurred have been participated !- Kast: Florida, and the groves presented t the 1 led to the commission of crime, not only conspicuous position in the public eye can

I personal property. The eighteenth sea in by but few individuals while we appearance of having been swept, I by lire and those communities! the whole :State has hardly be said to have been a great man or

lion says! the assessor shall put down the have had some notable examples( of the self- denuded all their foliage. They: became to bear the burden, of this: lawlessness. a great statesman He was rather looked

t I full cash value of each lot, tract or parcel. control and power of restraint exercised under brown and stunted,and only kept up a sickly With the 1 fa-HHnmift: WC say, let our lawsdiseouragedrunkennessand upon in the light of a clever lawyer and

\ Now, who is to put this cash value-the circumstances well calculated to create moribund condition. Remedies were proposed put down crimp, facile debater than as a man of decided political

; j. ) or the owner? And after all theifji great excitement powerful incentives to of which ViI8le-oil soap was the most! let our criminal laws be rigidly! enforced, views. lie !seemed to lack earnestness

t ; section provides that cash value shall summary punishment.( I prominent, but apparently without success, help the pnblic'hool; >l, not by more revenue and to he more ready to make u point

1 ) \ the usual selling price on the place and orange growers were in despair. At thisperiod )but by an economical use of the revenues upon an adversary than to lay down an irrefutable

t where the property is, to which the term is i!li VVIILIC SCHOOLS. the groves, which had been the finest we I have, and keep down! taxes.A principle He was genial and

i applied! "shallbuatthe time of assessment," It ha been} the fashion to consider the on the river St. Johns, were sold nt a few clever, in the English !sense, but he missed!

f whether, this usual selling price is the usual New Kngland school system' as the perfection hundred dollars each, and orange grove property GUKAT. UOMMKKCIAL POUT. being'u great man for the want of that peculiar -

soiling price or the usual cash price ; or, as of human wisdom and the culminationof had hardly any value. It was finally The immense exports to foreign countries and indefinable sense which we recognize

in case of land, no selling! price at all. what could be done to elevate our race. observed t that some trees, i in exceptionallyrich : throw all other American ports into comparative in mC'1 but cannot describe.!

I I The seventeenth section requires the assess We have heretofore ventured to criticise and locations near kitchens IIlJelollt.IIOUH'S. insignificance. During) the year The public sc'eJ now to be more exercised

i .>r, between the first of :March and the question this assumption and have endeavored especially in poultry yards, seemed to resist 1440 there were shipped from' the port of in selecting his probable, successor than in

i first of July, to ascertain by diligent Inquiry to point out the defects 1 of a system by and throw oil' this Insect and give some New York (MOHK{ ) bales of cotton of the valueof estimating the value of his past services.It .

tf all the taxable persons in his county, and which people were educated to be helpless fruit. thirty-seven millions of dollars ; about is said the President was about to nominate (

', also all their taxable personal property, and The article below from an unprejudicedsource About this ,period another Representative\ four million I barrels of lour( valued at twenty-t him to one of the vacancies in the supreme -

all taxable real estate: and make an asscsslucnt sustains the views we have advanced in Congress' lion.; David Levy; Yulee, interested two millions of dollars ; sixty-one million court, This, doubtless, would have

roll of all such taxable property, and 1 1\1111 In connectjon with the article we i publish himself !procuring information from bushels of wheat: and fifty million bushels of been il better preferment than any other, but

i 4ae is! required to vis-it and inspect real 'e9- elsewhere, from the New York Tribune, under foreign countries where the orange was cultivated corn-tho value of these two articles alone the hand of death has laid low all the ambition

; tate before the first of July, unless he is previously I the title of Cash and Caste," shows how as to their experience in reference to being over one hundred millions of dollars. : of the future.

personally acquainted with its vulue.t constantly the question comes up of what is this insect. The American consuls abroad, The butter, cheese: lard and tallow shippedwere
He has thus hundred and to he the outcome of" an education' which his instance valued at millions of dollars. I
t one twenty days, at were instructed to make inquiries fifty THE INDIAN HOSTILITY 1111.HOI. .
unassisted!: to visit and inspect alt the real makes a caste averse! to honest labor-to u"c but their general reply was that it There are, however,!strong rivalries work i R. II. M. Davidson succeeded on the

estate in his county and determine its value. the language of the Jievicw, "raising tip( a was unkrlo vn. At length the consul at Nice\ which will be likely to lessen instead of increase 2oth I inst. in obtaining i "recognition"i from

*Tuke, fur instance, Alachua county, contain class of demagogues too proud to work too ascertained that there was in the public: library the exports: from New York. Among Rumlalllfnd unanimous consent to
miles which would !ignorant to earn their living in the learned the of these, is the probable, pl'ukr
most ;
ing perhaps 2,000 square there n treatise on the subject of a disease important take up the Senate bill directing the secretary -
require him to visit and inspect 10,000 acres professions, atid accustomed to look to the occasioned by a !similar if nut the same opening of the Canadian ship-canals, free of of war to investigate the claim of the

i per. dajr to get around, leaving out all the State fur aid.Weentirely. insect After diligent inquiry an i in perfect tolls, and the immense increase of the exports State of Florida against! the United States for

lime required' to write up his assessment concur III the statement that the ,, copy of the work was: found in a book stall from New Orleans received down the made in suppressing
state should' furnish to all a plain, practicaleducation i in barges. 1\111
j rolls.: and its missing leaves supplemented IlIlIIan.11lIc'ri1't Mississippi hostilities, and the bill was passed.
Of course these requirements are simply scientifically (adapted to make bet from the copy in. the library. This llulliniorc, backed by the Baltimore it This is an important measure to the State,
the l1fth section ter farmers mechanics and merchants, and Yuleeat Ohio Railroad, is also gaining in her exports,
!Impossible, yet, thirty- provides copy: thus perfected was sent to Mr. nltdu1'on the report of the secretary of wartime
that if he fails to perform the duties leave all higher education to be paid for by Washington: and by him sent to the writer and having already Increased the depth of claim will he adjusted, relieving the

and assesses' the taxes fw the Manner prr e"17cll those who can appreciate then residing at St. Augustine by whom water in her harbor from fourteen to twen State from the of the bonds held
I in thin net, he shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor In a recent number of the London dmtemjmmry it was translated. In the meantime the trees ty-four feet, has succeeded in obtaining appropriation. Indian payment fund and \
by the trust scttiimiganohdand
and to line of not less Review a non-resident American gives to it to twenty-seven
I subject a had commenced to rC\ \ under generous: :* deepen claim which
1 than $50 nor more than $200. impressions of village life in New Eng: culture and abundant fertilizing and it was feet-equal to the depth at Sandy Hook troublesome' outstanding made ,
I hast the
The thirty-ninth section perpetuates the i land, as! this illustrates the social condition found that an abundant growth of new wood The Canada: route to the sea is much treasury pretence

p old( clumsy receipt for each species of tax and progress of the country. Of the schoolshe and leaves cast off the' insect and it gradually shorter than'that of the.brie: canal, and the for withholding all payments to the
State on account of the 1 live cent. belonging
.covering nine lines and a description of the writes as follows : disappeared.As New Orleans route although! longer! is, owing per
to the State from the sale of
I land which no collector In a large county Bulh1in s for the village scbn0lsart cominodious. : the insect still exists, and in :some portions to its being an all-water route, much
'phematerial arrangements aregood
m could '}possibly take time to give. and the discipline' i* strict. ; but.it may : of the country is causing damage: and cheaper. Colonel licard, who, as the State has
The warrant provided for in section thirty- be questioned whether there is much realimprovement threatening to again heroine ruinous: attention Ports! which can offer deep water for large( agent .
had the matter in charge has worked with
', a I two directs the collector," 'failure' of "payincut over the old district !school of has been given to the means of destroying ships will profit by the immense carrying ,
to collect by levy and laic of the goods fifty years ago.); There is more display andmo're it. It has been)! f.lUIIhr many trials trade which is bound to seek' an outlet on great zalnn.l. energy to obtain this legislation
; expense, but a well-known American and will, we are assured, now be able
..? and chattels lands and tenements ,ho assessed. writer has lately condemned the public that our ordinary! coal oil, sprinkled' on the the _Atlantic, Gulf. Nature has made but
to the matter through to a successful
lt The fortieth section makes it his: schools of this state us utterly impracticable trees copiously, largely diluted with water, few good harbors on our coast. Our own carry

m't duty to collect by levy and sale on either and unscientific, as a cross between n cotton will kill out the insect. can be improved permanently' to become a conclusion.
and model This i isan ex
real or personal property" Now, when both trelneview factory but a it is true that they are,unpractical During) the civil war, both the book and first-class! harbor for the deepest ships, and THE CASH TKIAL.

f*. : personal and real property are returned and superficial! and I, to somecxtcntat least, the translation disappeared' and it is only will then share in this Irt'at.cxl'ort traelelllJ'I -. The that the
i the taxes are unpaid, which is he to sell adapted: to discourage: the taste for honest recently that at the bottom of an old trunk general anticipation jurywoul.l
labor and seif-OneeIt rather than iii Axit iiAitiion KILL. not in the ease of the Cash-
first The general practice Is to sell the real the writer discovered: the lost book, which
solid Icaruimm! There arc many who question The items of appropriation for Florida, as Shannon duel trial of the survivor has been
estate, any way. And section forty-eight seriously! the propriety of giving u bears the following title :
very but the effect of the of the
\ contained in the river and harbor hill charge
this, School the of the Hintvrit .ShUrle as reported f'alzeI1.
seems to give countenance to procedure, High education at expense'
45 A ; although the language makes it very doubt state, who fear that we are raising up a classof tie In,1Urfrr t by the Senate committee i\ on commerce judge, and the reported standing of the: juryat ,
t ... does demagogues too prowl to work, too I ignorant and as we presume it passed the' Senate eight for conviction to four for acquittal,
t of notice not
ful. The form required
? ((1 to earn their living in the h'nrneelprorl'H. unlit follows will have a healthful effect upon the publicsentitmmeut
.', clcur< up the doubt, although it merges all "tiifkttu"''''' .mill..." .nfiiwtitnii..... .. .I.......i 1. 11Ktittr... ... n In... tin...v* state rIll.(rcliull le: In fnnrille da Omniiff /??*. are as : of the State. Had Colonel Cash
the taxes'due on personal and real estate 111 for aid who will make t the most dangerous } G.Itibl leUpcer. Florian.
unscrupulous of politicians. The state A Mice, $ 10,000 been the challenger instead of challenged -
one item..The education Improving Apalachicola river....... 1.r, >00) )
should furnish to all a plain, practical I'hfii In tfociett T.qoyrap/iipo. in this duel, there is scarcely a doubt
ftJl't.lIlnlhtedillJl! directs the sale o f scientifically adapted to make betterfarmers An ISM. Improving 'laiupa buy, bar and
: and merchants amid I channel..................................... 1 OH, ) ) but what he would have been cOI\'ictell He
those!: lands on which the tuxes have nol mechanics education I. to bo paid 1 l.for by It contaius :I'll! pages. The subject is,discussed Improving Choctaw' hatchlc river... JOOClUIlIIpw'iJlg < has "ti to stand another trial, probablyno
been and t the certificate of sale given In in .scientific and exhaustive
paid a very KXTIUXCK TO CI'MBKR- of will
be obtained.
those who it. The history ot agreement jury ever
jfteetion titty-two recites that the sale was America, especially can appreciate' of our public miu'shows! manner, and in the closing part treats of the I.\S II Sorxn......,......................... 100,000 I
l Kscambia river............. S.IKKImproving ,
lands no'hindrance genius that
duo the alone insect.
is the
d made for the taxes on that poverty : / means of destroying
stimulate St. Johns river............. 1lN),OtlOIumproving
: t and the form of deed follows out the s.mu free secondary education is I necessary to to The writer, at his early leisure! purposes! Pease creek.................. 7.000 THE IXIJWTEI.\'ESS OF THE IATEKXAL -
who appreciateit.
those qualified
limitation Such views are not popular now \because translate, the whole or portion of the Improving Withlucoochceriver...... 7,501) lail'KOVEMEXT. FUND
r These arc u few of the many contradictions! there 1:411'II UC are belief among the people' that work for the Mifrof. )It i is a verycarious fact Improving Suwanee river........... .. 3.10); }'rOJ the report of the Senate committee
Improving VoluM.i bar................. ;)\i.w
-and absurdities embraced in the bill as reported free education is a natural for ri till ht.lllltiullh't'r-the evils in that among the remedies promised was soap Improving }Pcnsacola harbor......... 20,000 appointed to obtain information in rt'garc
which virtually a copy of the old sal education a panacea will doubt and tobacco, which the Abbe"says was fatal -- to the hJ1.htl'clCs of the Internal Improvement

'4TIS act with all its blemishes.! the prevail land.in the Common end, but sense blind ,sentiment no rulesat to time trees.no Total.................... ................. $:!jO..tOOAllluJl Fund, we copy the following!

Wo had hoped forsomo improvement. The present even in New Kivglund.: Wo arc the measures! of a good deal of importance statement of the amount of coupons of

wisest thing the legisluturo> could do would not yet prepared to oiler our free school sys- w TO nit IN(1 1.1l.llU1J.I'l'IO\; which have been omitted in thepresent bonds[ of the railroad (companies guaranteed .
1011110 England a model for her to follow.; We don't believe much in Bulling, nor in the !
billurl' further i
i .4)0 to appoint a commission to revive therevenue learn ourselves." improvement of by; the trustees of the Internal Improvement '
much to
We have still too immigration
immigration pamphlets, nor in :
S Js *t laws 1111111'cpol't to the next session! bureaus. These may do some good, and Wl'.Iolt't the harbor of Cedar Key ; the continuation Fund, which hav.I'eel filed in court

t of the legislature. XE11" l'IU1.U.Ut\'Xln V llll.J-'i. say discard: them altogether; but what of the work on the .inland passage between md verified us retried by A. Hogget special
The obstructive Irish members of Parliament we do believe in is making J-'l rdn a .feill'/'a. St. John and St. )[ar)'", rivers ; the deepening master, with interest on the "

MOD LAW. succeeded admirably in bringing u !set lie jJacr for by' desirable!/,', rahld( people juvjile tf are a lire.tbesobor Whatwe of the inland passage between Fcrnundinu from maturity, the payments made thereon coupons,

:ry There seems to spring up from time to of new rules rendering time repetition of moral mean industrious, peaceable and orderly. '; and Savannah at Romney marsh md the balance now due:

t". R time epidemic of lawlessness for which it sucli obstruction: impossible. 'l'hcnew rules whether rich or |M or, of our own race, ;of i and other points. i t 0..
M i is difficult\ to account. Notwithstanding seem to bo drawn up with great judgment, whatever nationality, religion I or politics. The third section of the bill provides forsurveys I r I m.z -I 7I I L:1 I'-'I" ;:: vCl :
i them that .j .I,
convince L"
i ci vii b.:1 tio it 1c"4. where of And when we can murder of Dug Island l harbor harbor of y 1. I C1
', ,s' : boasted progress in : II,COlli III 1111 and are limited to cases liberty and other crimes to the person no I less ; KeyWi : .'-. .1 H" c. VF' { c.X.. .M
or rather a section of communities evince debute becomes mere license. They will than crimes to l projierty.' are surely 1 punished >t, Crystal river, LaGrange bayou up} to I .:": 11""M. : .1 i aaC 8 M I_
m limes something worse than the barbarism: doubtless, whenever, the occasion: arises, be 110 that they need fear no violence to Freeport Manatee river Crooked I river, Indian I IL I I .l': : :, ; I Ix oil "

:,l m ;! of the most ancient times. Under the pretence adopted' In all legislative; \ assemblies They them and or theirs ; that of imputation considering Wt.IIII\'t'our IHIn-r.the << river at north end in view of openinga j----:. TTh-I- --.I ;.. .. ... '. ... t I ...
i I 1 : :
of Insuring: punishment for crime, men pro hIt! that when in the opinion of the ty best common sparsencss school system in the Union ; (passage into the lagoon one-ha1fmile cost ; 0. I '. : : : : : : :

.' t =band themselves! together to commit (crime Speaker, it is I the general sense offhc House that taxation instead of being hightr here also, turusurveyandesthuatefurncumin) connecting I s .<. -X:/A- q :: :: :: :: :: :: ::

f' t fox in no other light can such performances, that any debate should! close, he is empowered than utmost anywhere else, is loiter than almost St. John river and Matunzas l river ..--r. L.. M.M'.. :i I ... ": : .., ... '.. ...
anywhere; cle. and that fraudulent. and the Indian river and I < I mw : : : : : : :
its have recently dillgrlcTCllnt l'l', be considered. to inform tho House of his opinion voting and fraudulent counting votes are fur opening and ; :. : :. :. :. :. :.
r whereuMin| If a motion bo made that the no longer known in our midst, then immigration deepening channels IIt11'1 to make steamboat I,-. -..-. o---,,- -.- .. ': ': .. .. .. ..

t Criminals who have committed a horrible question he now put such motion shall boimmediately atL1re'Ibu"lil' ramie ... will j our in IIpun communication to Jupiter Inlet. ": I:- i I J -: :: :: :: :: ::

murder under in-culiarly atrocious circumfttafiees and if carried by a vote of us. her jwrt. The Union' The second section provides' : I't:j !Lj.I.M c r.lat 0 :: .. .: :. :: :: :.
and the .\1. -
a naturally shock u community, and three tu one, then a division on the main I, has nowhere in making such! Florida a thesoiithernmostportion It shall IKS the duty: of the secretary of war I ;_ l C.:, c .:_ :. :. "c ": : :.
f mighty to the herein I : :
2 apply money appropriated) for : : :
the crime avenged. !If halllto iriuulvliatety'taken. Other American Republic, has "
to see of the
desire question
P 't create I i great improvements other than surveys and estimates ; :" ::0 : : :
the law wits unequal or unwilling to act, a rules are to theclfcct t that speeches motion given her certain attractions otters) by noother in carrying on the various "works as (h.-;, --_.- .. :. :. : : :
would bo debate shall be strictly land. Let l now the government of far can U-, without detriment ; _:. .: .: .: :,
question of
.' I AOiuewhat different presented for adjournment Florida do it.tl:1rt in law to discourage; totheinter- ..- :. .I.Iv .C : .-.- .
of the 7
l' ,.but In. these ease the prisoners; were confined to the subject of adjournment ; that drunkenness and to punish l'rillll'--JlO matter such cut, works government cannot be done by by c'tlntract.ht'n contract with.. .f > .. 4o .: .: ::
S 11S of the In w. There wa no the decline tu put motions for how resiMi-tahle. For the most part our = 1j. :. H : : : '
'.: Jii the hand 1 fjntiker may out injury to the }public interest t. they! clay 0.; :: -. .: :
{ for apprehension! l that justicewonld adjournment if he considers. that they are criminal ceslehi not deficient ; let it IM rigIdly l t.'utri by haired! labor. "hl'l11'Uid f ;I" :: ." : ::
;" ;Around enftmtMln Help along Ilie public shtxdS works j------------ -- i: : : .
Invades thc't'r that are done( by contract, such .
mob t ,
i ;
) oscd for thel'url'-.t.llrll..trudil'n .
but ft
I 'S not be done, pro|> not Itmurt.'. revenue, which we ean'tutforl, It- made after noteu s I"I" : :
i ; hull. of )justice and executes vengeance upon no utcnlbertut move or i support u motion but 101"'Uer l\tlmllll"trutionlllllllo\\"c'r( salaries for proiMisals, in such'uhtmanner advertisement and I -' ? .I I'C':! ,'( ': :- i
: fur want of trial, a pos.'tS than once in one in siiptM-iutcndcnts so as to It'IWt.ltt'Ut'r VCm 'I : : :
'ictlmsl leaving, for adjournment more form as the secretary' of war shall prescribe i,I : :t I'CI
the and) last but not It'a..t.btilll ; i3. : : :
S fur teachers -I : .
to the guilt of direct member my 111'uch, contracts shall, be ; .
t ; doubt in many mind as debate; that time Speaker may a Kimomiit.Tho made with the1U't'St I -- c :-- Y : ,
bible / the t .-
<'fOll It is quite possible to discontinue hi* speech If Irrelevant orOmisistilIg responsible' bidder accompanied bv I. i:.. : ? e
'tS .6me of to in few WUI'Im _____
: a \
4 all or ersofs /'iirwMMMgives such securities as the secretary! of war shall! d : C. :.
have committal a tedious that mi division < 0
of 'ltt.tltlul" ; ;
( | J."IoIt\ materials) fur reflection on the rt"c"il'l'l.n.litlol1t.1.\ the faithful prosec-u. : : : : : : c :- "
1I1'IIOI'Ie very .
I &t& skilfully direct sus- be taken motions that "the lion of the work : Q
on :
t ; tln ( of all who wish k to advance (lie Interest according to said (contract ; : : : : : -t. =
Scion parties create a furor Speaker d.. leave tho chair and that the part and for the .proper payment of all liabilities : : : : : : ((8: : "
innocent i
;spun I.. of time :t1te.I incurred in the : : : : .: :. d
hill prosecution thereof tor labor c. :2 -
victimize4hJeinnocent the
consider .
to do to (
$ and head a mob House now proceed Our und time ,'nrrt"'lltll1tlt'nl"f und material. : ::0. : : :. C
divisionL tll'\\"I"111'o.| i _
mtlr.ll.r :
theime! ve and that the Speaker u I ) c.. I
: men to secure L rising, und sitting, NJ loavuid the delay new>i apfr Itcyond. the :State, \\vll with 'flll''Ontrold fur improving the entrance ,:0 .: ..: u -"( :.. e ,I
ext'USO for snob law. It the lit I.tt'lI'fht' same rule. will$ the material) t.> Cumberland Sound o : .W ." :., c
i- nu !! glowing lunguaKe: upon( was made several 2 : ;
dutoT to support the majesty of be applicable i when the lions' i.. iuvoiiimit- tllh"UII.1 months since I ..; -. 'c ;. l"
people ) thai lasw. we have to offer. The profit but we have seen no sign oran o -- c z a
unlawful invasion oft tee, with the enter'ptiou' lit me I.; Q. -" 0 '
i the. w..nd erbIItive allow.. It no should be the ttaft'gUUN I4)| ,\ Ming for flowing ilclutte. cuniary benefit* to tic derived from l' nimnceiuent of the work anti we -. r. E .Of: f:=:c 0 d

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I AX Accorxr ori \ herein England, will he much more so in anew Constantine -f first-{ -giiveMif- l'cinse!\ to Pope I ISANBORN&I-

I i: A s T 1'hOIt11).t colony i; besides! experience minces Melchoade, as his C1l 'fll'al r,"uK
U", that foreigners are the fittest: |ecple to afterward, at the regnestnt'bis i : successor, .. .
WITH A settle America. The irllC'C: of lVnn,,ylyania j :St. Silvester, founded fSu:>iIi,'a, It has been -- rt
Journal.k {'W-Ynrk. 1\111 Iro\1'w..JI'r"'I'di'lh' restored nt several period It i+ adorned I I II

k : BY in habited Ol'rtliall.'llllli 11I1Ih'II) Ii n'UII''>rstpeopled with some l IIc'autiflllnlU.'Iar; andstatne:!, and I II I
\ I and the most wealthy upon the continent altars Among the altars we that of Hie sa- j
.loU.V It.\KTIUM OF 1'1/11.\111:1.1'/11| |: | V.llotanist notwithstanding the little( value their erauumterectetiiuthit' titn(' f'Ictn'rnt 'VIII GO

to His MajesU! produce is of in comparison to the southern loOJ, by Olixiori) It I i.sornarm-nteil! in front E-1 i

for the Florid.is ; colonies ; and it i is undoubtedly true, that by four mignilicent: ( bronze columns, ,gilt\ .

VPON the flourishing, state America i is'in, i is cbietly the remains: IIf some inn 'eriml! ; ptiUce. According I WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED '
A Journrllm ::0:1: Augustine owing to the continual importation of (foreign to history they belonged I lathe<< templeat I ,
the settlers Jerusalem: and were brought to Home by
up River St. Johns.LOXDOX ,
Titus. :Some: authors state that they were
Tin: .1.1l1'JIlTlllI'I'lU; 01. 1(1.311:. castby.lugustlsfrom the bron'i'prnwsof 0'' Z'i '

: lunar: ITU.Y, February 7th 18SI.'\ the ga'lleysof Anthony and (Cleopatra's' Meet
Sold by W. Xicoi.r. Xo. 51 1 taken hattleot'.lethim t and I wcrnirrtcdby I IJy Rail Stcsimcr and Sail I II.
St. Paul's: Tit tht KHtur nf the Mirror : i ,
('Ii urclt-1'ard, and (7. IVw n.1.1., (him in the templeof JupiterCapilol.miK.All !
(''haring-f'ross. I promised: in my last to give you a short) that can boafllrmcd i is that they are very E

[Price 4 Shillings] sketch of the Colosseum. a name it receivedin antique They are said to lie full of earth, bdO

17(;:), t the middle ages: from the I enormous proportions brought from the holy Land.\ The cibori- I. !
HIM i 1'1 richly adorned with pirtr! <( ilm-u, of the I
\\hicb make it colossus A LARGE STOCK OFrr
a among rarest qualitii-s' : : and breeiol..tab's. Hel ind
Notn ithstanding every wise and generous I buildings/ : it was called in ancient timestheFlavian the high altar and bas-relief. nl'the I last: srtp

measure is taken by governor Grant for the amphitheatre, from the three emperors per, the top;of the table at which our :O: I\" :orl1l1lhiollli..l' ; .N
sat I is said to be 1 1Z
: : pl4 preserved.Theiew
good of East-Florida: his of the Flavian I
yet proclamation to ) family-Vespasian: from the front of the iterano

invite new settlers, dated the lt of October, Titus, and Domitian. It'a founded! I byVespasian on a clear day particularly towards evening ', Z

17(11( has not been hitherto, attended with about the year i:2, on the site of is very fine In the distance, in front are .

any visible cfl'ect. When we consider the the ornamental hake in Xero'.s garden. In thcSahinc.: ami on the right.. (the Alban; hills. ] FURNITURE [
.\ continuous line of arches, !somewhat more
amount of the present establishments: : : for the year 80( Titus dedicated! it with game distant is th'a'LUt'llnd..f the Aipia: Felice,

that country, it seems to be bad. economy tohlaywifor which lasted 100( days, and during which : and folds the tnagnilici-nt\ t'onntain of the

yean, in order to see whether Flor-: 0,000 wild animals were slain in the arena: ; same name: at t the extremity' of the l'la//a ileTermini. I ;
It was designed: ; by pomiuicoFontana. -
ll settle itself or not. Xone of (the and it was completed .by Domitian) who At that time the inhabitantsere. : I I -AXD--- -

American provinces:' are so well peopled as added the shields and ornaments which surmount snU'cring for want of water The first: act of I I 4'4I

to spare inhabitants ; and were any of the the e)1'nice. According to history, :Sixtus: V., alter his coronation was! to I

inhabitants thirty i I thousand Jewish of supply a remedy. Itetwirn two and three O OJ NEItAr.l\mIWHAN'nISE.
to the northward disposed to go : : prisoners war, ,
tholl'lllllllllll'lI were employed and the l">tli i
to Florida, it i is:!, with respect:! to the migration were employed in building it ; and an i inscription of June, 1587\ the water i'siml 1 through this ;

of families quite inaccessible: : by land, discovered in the eatarnnbofSt. Agnes founttiin. The aijncdiKt, in short\ line I istwentytwo m

for want of roads, and ferrys to pass the several -now in the cr.spt of the chnnhof :St.: mile in length 1 of which fifteen I
are su'bterrancan and/ seven allll\c' ground. r
llIrllna-hu led to (the that the / .
large rivers ; and such inhabitants as supposition
The fountain isdividtnl into three niches! o
may be willing to seek a new habitation, architect was a certain iandentiiis, who bo- in the centre i is a colossal: "statue of Moses kY1.cl .

cannot afford the expence of conveying came Christi.ui. ;and !snllcicd martyrdom striking! the rock.Tliela I

themselves and families by sea. in the arena. on the left(er.il represents niches: {'ontnillultn,\aronll'\llill: rtliefs the; that people :: !I. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR. STOCK I'< ,i

Neither i is Florida likely to be settled by Many thousands of Christians: both. men to drink of the long-dvsired: water, that on : I

inhabitants:! from Europe, unless the government and women, !MitVcri-d" I martyrdom, in it, the right, represents: iidcon watching his

will defray the expel ces, and pay the although not built for that 1'11'1"1'0:<(". It uas !soldiers:! drink The basin was! formerly 00 ]
; I
namented by two autistic lions in black
place built f.lr111'/ exhibition of wild animals
passage'for; men who have neither moneynor JrIlnitc'-now in the Egyptian museum of

credit to convey themselves thither. and wherein the spectators could "see the Vatican. 1'cturning: to near the Corso, I

Will any man go from Kuropu: to Florida at them fight; together, or with IIIC'II. without aliingthe Viadcllc :Mnratte.d'i'i( ; 11I1'IIIIoI1: net) ',. .- .. .. I ISANBOl

)his own e.xpcnce, when lie can go to :South-: the danger to whit h they were 1 subjected we mors'to the grandest. of the many fountains -
of Koine. It is the
supplied by AquaVirgine
N & I-IOY'-l'
Carolina passage free, and have lands: given when such gamesciv. given in the circus.In first brought into Home by :MarcusAgripiia.

liim when he gets there, without any expence I all the earliest record (Colosseum i 111 ; According to the legend/ some of

and besides!\ this, be supplied with (called hunting theatre ; but being admirably his:! soldiers passing: across the Campagna' ,
; adapted for gladiatorial combats:!, tired and faint with thirst: t, were shown the lRY GOODS AT NEW YORK PRICES
necessaries: and provision for a twelvemonth.SouthCarolina many source by a yonnvirgin, hence the name.
though settled above a century were given within it, together with every I During) the5th and (ithVenturiestheaqiKsluetwas I

is still at an expence of.jOOO( 1 I. a year, other variety of exhibitions of a kindrednature broken, and t the /flow\ of the water interrupted AT TIII: -OI-UI.\lt imr <.ons IIOIJNI ( r

which, through( Ihcshcddingofhlood for II thousand years' : till in 1500; it
given the importation of :
l11. bounty upon
was again opened by Pius 1who
whether of beasts held the --AST. & rim. : -
foreign i'rote .tants : we ought to follow men or spectators erected fountain clove to the 1 spot, with -I'r-'TDD

their example, and not content ourselves: under an overpowering fascination.: (three large apertures through which the ,
with the name only of governments and In formitis an ellipse\ measuring 1XIK I water passed: and from which the --- ----
feet in circumference. it I is name (Trivia) was cll'I" \'C'I1. I In the centreis
colonies. Kxternally: :'! divided DHY GOODS CLO'rIlING BOOTS AN1 SHOESOTIO.S
a grand; / ligureof Ocean on a car draw \,
Shield the parliament of(!reat-l ritain give I I into t three series:!nfrradcsoneabnvethe ingbyltvusealmurseslei" :! by Triton' *, the work \ AN1) 1OOOIL: : !

only) the same bounty that Carolina gives, other 1 surmounted( by an attie. The arcadesare of I'i'tro Ilrarci. III the niches: behindure

1'ast: Florida would stand a chance at least: t, supported by great piers, with !statne hl\4-rc'lil'fs-olll'of Fertility i I i "representi'm, :Salubrity: ,ami the abo'>maiden'e them TIMIE: 1.\HO"s'r: AND ms'HTOCK: \ ) TO SFLElT: : FROM: AT I'UHIHnW: : ( 1I
columns on the cxtvrlor. The lowest! :;V)
of becoming inhabited ; the healthiness: and pointing out the source to the soldier, the .
fertility of this country will be known bydegiees feet 0 inches in height, I is of the Doric order; other Agrippa, examining{; the plan for the Urge shipments" of .\ 1.1.XU WI.N'Tl'.K: S received weekly,

; and I do not doubt, but foreignersmay the seeond,3ati'ct!) inheight, i is oft Corinth aqueduct. On the attic above are statues of JK-ti" Wholesale: and Retail. Orders by mail receive prompt jUlention.

ian order the attic which has the four season New York f I'or.iVmreaiMlirhinr:
thither the ; ami Corinthian Otlice 1(1'.un I ,
he induced to go upon seine Tociusr. J. sl T. '
'IS:I tl'ulklrStrlut. j I FertM.i.lina. Y'In.
40 feet 7 I inheight
lorms they are tcmntcd to KO to other colonies. pilasters: measures ache
with an ('ntalatllr'IIIII\e) of 1 feet finl'lll's.tllI'
I believe "several persons:! of note in- rou SAM:.

lend to apply for grants of land in )East-: total height; 'beingU5feet. The : IKH'Si( !: I:: COXTAIXIXM I X]FUIICHGOTT: UENRDTCT; & CO.

Florida, with a view of raiding sugar, or extreme length; from the external walls i is 1 VD\VELLIXi well llnNlicdand, / furnished,
lilS b !!) feet! (Ii i inches If! ;_' feet Ci i inches
: bang
other articles there, by the help of negroes : by with loc'i' land :JfKjvi'iO! feet, never-failing, S.,11 1 11 11'e'NI"" ('orn<>r of lluj stud fine Nlrrrfw, i
and it is also true, that the condition each wide Thecavca, which was capable of giving wcll'f water, tank capacity I sixty t lmrrclsgood I
accommodation to 1'.IJOI.II''l'clator" 1'lIrllllllll out buildings' number' of orange f
grant, require the having one white inhabitant and/ fig trees:!, tW'IIIlhc''aridil', of roses ; JACKSONVILLE -. FLORIDA
to toO acres of lahd ; but it i is surely divided into four belts of seats, ranging upwards other flowers and shrubs too numerous to ,

impolitic to make the actual "settling of new :! from the arena. Fir t t. thl'l"h1iulllaplatforlll mention. For further particulars apply, to
on which were the seats for the Imperial MRS.:; E.: MTRCII; ; I, .OFFER: (OREAT; : : 11.\L Ii.\.I INs IX
colonies depend upon a slight and precarious On the premises at Old Town.Fernandiiia .
; family, the Vestal: virgin, magistrates: :!,
foundation without assisting: : the laudable Fla. : I 1HHI. :15m.MILS. .
Fcbrn.iry -
and other members of government of the DDDD) RUIUl YY YY ( (!(!( (! (Ita >* ooo DDDD :sssssOOMOO ; ;:
design: of those who apply for grants, A.V\i: (:I.\lUU.:. DDDDD) ) ) ) RRRRR YY YY (OWiWiO:/ OOOOO/ DDDDD) SSSSSSSf : ; :; 1
cIaH'I'OIl.I the first pm-cinctioncs of :21rowsof '
and seconding their views, by .promoting ; DD) ) DDRR RR YY YY 00(1 f( ) (!(i OO OO OO O() DD/ DI) )SHii
of to : seats one above the other, for the DD) DDRRRR YYY ( OO 00 ( )HI on un DD HSSSHSid \
importation foreign protetants, supplythem rniniD! ST. UKT.: CKMKI::' : Al.uniFKUN'AXDIXA -,\,
persons of senatorial rank. Tliird, the secondpr.eeinctiunetofiaruwstofseals ; DD DDRR RR YY ( WO( : ; oo oo) oo oo DD DD 7 ss
with mt.*and u'Id'lIlll1hollr-
('hCn'101'r\' < DDDDD) RR UR YY WHijfjO]<;< ;(;<;<; 11(1(11)1) ooooo( DDDDD .HSSHSSS:
: forpersonsofthe : FLA.
ers. DDDD UR RR YY CHHHHI! : :( OOO oon< >( [DDDf SSSSSMtiTtS
i is absolutely equestrian order. Fourth, the a
At a time when public-economy: -
mcnianum\ of:!.") rows of seat*, the upper 10 of lIt:\l.tlt: iv TKK

sums:, expended necessary,to I settle do not Florida wish to as see has !been such I which were of wood, for the plebeian' !; order. (C'lioici'Nt"" FruIts" and Ycccfuhlt'M' :+:+:".(jl't \ RI) MATTFLOOR ) I NCs: !,++4 fl'+

It in those days there wen four
done with to Xova-Scotia but since
respect ;
classes ot'fUllk.. They still adhere to it for COXFECTIONHItll-y: : ETC.ltli.ss' : .
a method of encouraging foreigners:, ) settle I find in traveling there are some railroad, OIL CLOTHS; I tt..VIlXI)()\'" SI IJ\IJ:S.
America has been sometime practised Garden Seed, Flowers: Farm and
coaches that have fourth class passenger:! accommodations. Garden 7 tf
and experience has shewn it to be both fru !!
I Th' entrance to the seats LATIXT NOVELTIES: IN
gal and cfllcaciou, I (flatter myself::; the administration .tNGEI4.t I.'unxu. ++ ,+<'
will adopt the system of Caro- was through till SO arches of the external 1++1 ,++

lina, or I some other equally expedient. portico' each fourth arch admitting\ to oneof 1> AKEUS: AXD: ) CONFECrriOXEliS\ : : ;, _+ __ 4+_ i+_ H ++ ++ +4 4+ ++ 4+ ++ ++ **: 44 ++ ++ +4 4+ .4+ 4+ ++

The amount of the civil establishment inllastFlorida the the arches four belts over of the scats two in rl'glllarrlltatioll intin: entrances.:!, In at CIIOK'K ;!I****!:, DRESS GOODS SILKS CASHMERES I I1 :?:

l is 5700 1. a year, granted by ,
the end of the greater axis. were bronze C:rorerleN (''Iur". and TntmTOYS .... /"' -- i
parliament : if (;Jreat-Hritain "houl.llli""fl1oeof nT+ ++ +.+ +. 4+ ++ ++ ++ +* 4+ +* +* ++ +* ++ +* ++ ++ ++ 4* ++ ++
chariots drawn' by four horses ; and mmrblestatues : 1 1
an equal sum, to encourage the settling of "h! m1+
: .A
stood in nil the other arches of the i ++
the colony, and allow only 2J()() I I. to be paidas ,
5ecunduulthird ll< rs. The spit' 'tat trs were CLOAKS, ULSTERS, SHAWLS and FLANNELS
a bounty of 41. JKT head to the master of Entertainment, and ,
!imported protci' 'ted from the sun's rays ,by a grand velarium furnished 1 at the shortest notice, at mu wk-I"+>t-
the ship, for every foreign protestant! -
settle in East-Florida: to allow extending from :210 masts, which loin prices, at Linen IH-lnirliueiil is COMIMJrfK: : IX EVERY: 1C... $I'Jo.l': .
to ;
250O Il. more to supply the new settlers with were passed through hole IS inches square' ('('lItre :Str
provision for nine months, and the remain- in the ('lImil'utilI stepped on the corbelsbelow. :!:t Opp., old P. O. ISuilding.H. ( .. ditrcrcntdi-iKtisof i HriiNM'lN, amid Wool (CurK'tlN, are now offered at
In !leaving the (!Cobr-enm: W(, precede -
ing TOO I I. to be distributed at the discretionof I:. oTTiitin: : t,
the governor, in provincial premiums, short distance to the piazza l atrina S')1 III (".r L Y NORTH KUN PI11OKK.'

in the middle of which: is a grand Egyptianobelisk. ;
upon the growth of (cotton hemp, silk and } It i is the largest and the most ancient ImIIIS.: FIXltlDA.' ) NHE: ItRKSSEI.S' : ARrETH; : from 75 C>|M.' upwards to frl.10.
vines. ji' WOOL, (JJARl'irrrf from lt.1 (1N.' to 1III..;:>;:
of those brought from Egypt: to Home.It .
Should tliishcdone, his majesty's t governors K\UK IN HALF-WOOL CARPETS: from :'O flw.' up.
have the of distributing was erected by Cadmus IV in front latest clc.in.l l, of Jo'SeI.'lvnSjl. Ik-t grans of White and Cheektsl.Wliulow .
: may pleasure of the great temple at Thebes 1740 years Fine t'aiiiII > GrocerleN NluitlVM" saute to order-material In all colors. ( In ordering simply
justice! and his 1'Il'ralttlimling safety to before the' Christian ..ra, It wa brought a* state color and dimension. ('(JUSW"( MADE: To ORDKR.l FINE: LACE: CURTAIX8'
the king' subject, that may hereafter IMS of new design
foil i u I in that colony. far as Alexandria, I by (,IIUtlllltintHlc ANIi IUd lilotrM, all colors and unalllieH (two to six "buttons).
Great, and from thence to I Home, by 'his I son, PUOVIHIO.VH.Cuttomerx A large lot of imUHSEIS:' MATS' COCOA ,A'fl'nncl CRUMH CIXTIIS. HOItDERIXO .

Constantinus, who erected it on the splna of : FOR CAWKT.:
be understood, 1.
settler is
Hy foreign to .
,yd" Hotel UIK! DourdIst.llou.e Jcccpe'rswill find our prices exceisl.inu'lv .
rct"'elle.l1nll other Maximus.
Cerman from the Uhine.. the Cirt'lIt ( reasonable and selection grand HIIEETIXCM.: : I'lLLOVV-CAHlXd.: TAHLE DAMAHri8 ) -
'parts, where they ("lth'ula'itwyt rd. !. The original height of the shaft was 10!) niul
(white colored I), !)IYI.USAI'KI:: ; 4'RASIIES. ULASS LIXEXS: iu
Protestants from the .southern of / cart rely getting CHOICE
provinces upon ;
it lot} feet 7 .
feet 7 inches, now measure"* large varieties.C'orMetM
France, used I to the culture ot silk! olives,
Luce' Silk T"'",(, Silk IIiiiMlkcrclilc-lV 'sign( ,tv'ry
vines, &('. 3. Inhabitants of the islands of inchcti i The mass contains ll.iVi cubic feet, GOODS) asNIftliNG reUMinable Ilgures.F'iItXITCitI .

2fc-v 'Oreece, and Arrliiprlago : they are very and weighs 410 tons. It was erected whereit .: ClIIXT/ and REI'l-S.: :( FAXCY TAKSEUS.: >
sober, industrious jieople well skilled. in the )now stands, by }Fontana fur Siitm \". TO f.\TCJl

cultivation of (cotton and vines silk-worms, raisins tiirrunU.the soil the same year it was found. la! ,,ilica of iiirr TIIK risi-xr: UKAXDH U.STI'H.Unlt..: : ; : .' IMJESKINS.: JIASH'UlIHS: : FOJ R; IMlVK" WH\R:,
olives almonds, : '
Hast-Florida: j.. adapted I toevery St. John' l.atl-ranlllultllah'll here. It is the CLOAKIX< 11KAVKRS.LAU1KS' : : .
and climate of
; U"H\'J-rs.-"II: ) sups and .Vi .
und MISSUS': : : : grades from .hi, ftl' to i
()no of UICM articles. cathedral of Rome, and is of very ancient __ are.!kept. in stock. __._ .,_ -. i :.(Al. Ali u 'lot of RED FLAXXEL: : UXDERSHIRTS) : : for l.itdies--tinerudei| { .
Without doubt, of 111J'.adt'r.: <, especially
many t with .America will date, mother and head of all the churches, n'. 1(. II.i I'/I{ \'GnT.

be apt those to ask unacquainted why should we make choiceof in the city and throii/hout the world II'id' ,Ai.K5T Jrir Our Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in Every Respect.

foreigner, ami not of our own subjects. to in this! church the Pupa U {crowned when .
wllOLb'LL: Nip
RKTilt but ( j
It U imiMMaiMe for n" tn mention every ankle we have for >*rude every outgun;
which I would answer, that thew' foreigners, he j p.erf trot one of hill first a<'U a. fciipmnejiontiflT 1)I I n 'InnSJt( : STOCK I":" I.1m. able article usually kept In u KlHST-CLAkS: DRY ClOOPS 1-XTAIUJHIIMKNT: can Ian 1''
when settled( in English: colony are no
longer foreigners, but subject. to UreatImiuin. -that of taking |IMIbtI1II ion ofthe La- ,j) AND found in our I house.

It would be very ini| olitie to encoiirage. terano H.!!>i1ira. It i iscalM Han Giovanni in Drttlrr In Ire ;Hp..lal attention bald to Order, and ('orri>"' | oua>n.....

or "o much as to countenance the emigration Lattrano. from its having been built cm the TKX.NESSEE: : IEFF.tI'ECIALTY( Call or address! .

of inJiistrioii-husbandiiu-n, and useful site of the house of a Kouinn senator named HIV>JV HiuteT: Wiunr, rriMJUJOTT, IhLNEIl"t''O.: .,
and those are
manufacturers. ; riantiu l.att'roinu. Ifs-tt KEIXAXD1VA: KLA 6&-na Corner of IUy and tin Street' ,
eijjjer ...,... u.ele> to the. public ,


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CASlf AXD C fSTl II. J. BAKER -6.6."i \ .. ,. .. Kail. roads.10NDENSED I I--On Mail; and Express 1-Train; Sleeping Cars (:. I" AVIRV: ,
A week two -- .
or ventured to -- -
nun: we give a run through to and from Jacksonville and
few hints to unmarried women on the most /" ; : TIME CARD Savannah: ; also, Lucas Sleeping Cars! run ggr
practical pronis'.n/\vuys: for. them to earn through to and from Jacksonville and Tal
money. We have had many prompt and vigorous OK THKATLANTIC lahassee.

replies by letter and through the press.! 215 1'EAUI ST11KKT, NI'WYOUIfnnufl1durerl : \:, HOARDINGS I 8TA1JL1W.J : .
There I is apparently no subject on which RAILROAD{ (
women are more wide awake than that of Leave Jacksonville..... .................11:15: A. M. J Hm.\m ANDI'AUONS
(, ,I carping money Hut the tone of most of of I'KNIXHULAK: J ( RAILROAD, Arrive Ualdwin ......... ............ ......120:: I'. M. To and from :Steamers; and Trains.CONTPAC'I'S .
these answers is despairing and oddly ( Waldo Brunch,) Arrive Fernandina....................... :3:10: r. M. HAITLINO( ETC:
.enough, r'lItlllrcentf"lntourlll1vlce.: In ANDCUMHERLAND heave !Fernandina........... ............10:.">OA. M. : FOU ,
fact, the unhappy class! of unoccupied needy { ) ROUTE.): Leave Raid win...........,................. 1:20: r. 1>f. FOR SALE: :
women arc very much in the temper of the -+-CIII 'I1\' I'1It'rit.izlats.oI .-+- Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35: r. M. lIORSE, HtiGCIiE:4: IIAItNESS.
Frenchman who fell into the ThulIci. They In Kfffft Pibnmry let, 1SSO.GOI.MI Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar Key CARTS AXl> WAGO +.CJ'.
take this train. No train from Raldwin to 'ASI1.'C.1'
,. will drown and nobody shall help them. 2.TE1tMS:\ (
They out that they want inonov! wantto l SOUTH. Cedar Key on Sunday.CONNECTION p-tr'Oll) i and Stable-"Fir>t :Street 1 net r %
earn cry)It, and ought to be given trades and 1.l'1I'l'ttallta, (Ja........................ 2.15 r. M. -.-At Baldwin with A., G. ..feW. Broom Street Wharf. 49-t!) f
professions: a career like their brothers ; Leavmr'lac0n: (iu.......... ............... lA't I'. N. I. T. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesvilleand
and with the next breath cry out as loudly Leave Urunswick' U Its......... .......... ( .15 A. \c. Fernandina and andWe GET THE BEST.
that they will lose caste if they; earn it in any -- ---. Arrive Fcrnandiiia! .Fla................10.15! A. M. I t ; at Lake City for Tallahassee, Albany/ ,
way'e' recommended to them certain occupations It-iJ' ORANGE. Leave Fernandina.......................10.IW A. M. I Savannah, and. all points North and West! ; ( ,
: as more lucrative and! practicable Arrive Baldwin, Fla..................... 1.25; p. M.lA at Jacksonville with :St.; Johns River Steam EDITION

than teaching, and the Ist.ofnll I Ihuaiiswers\ -- TREEa .- >ayu li.ililwin Jacksonville.; (...!.. 1.I50; r:N. ers.! J. S. McELROY: IWEST OPP1tHENT rirrav "

i, sent! to us is that any kind of trade or handicraft "' ArriveJacksonville, .( Route).. 2.V: p. M. W. M. DiVipsoN, Master Transp'n.Superintendent. ,
) .
lower social level
to -
degrades women a JiANUili-'t _
s Leave Haldwin Cedar : l..roM.' ;
than and that teachers : for Key.... .. .
snubbed teaching by certain fashionable! even people are 111New Arrive Waldo (Junction I'. 11. R) .. 4.11 i I'. M. JACKSONVILLE: :, I'J': SACOLA AND If you intend some day to getWEBSTER'S

York. Cash caste there is their dilemnin. Leave Waldo.......... ......... ............ 4.20) P'. M. : RAILROAD.MUSTEK .
or -
J A Most Article under Arrive Oainesville......... ......... ...... 5.17 I'. M. TUV.NSPOIITATION'H: OFFICE, I UNABRIDGED
Superior our own ,
This terror of is Leave (Jainesville......... ............... 5.2!) J'. !r. T.\l.I'II\lIII':, Fn., Februarys, ISftO. )i
t with women losing in villagesand caste a inland stronger towns motive Special Formula.COMPLETE Arrive Cedar Key........ ............... I.ln! :!() J'. M. On and after Monday, February 2, 1880, "DO IT NOW."
# Trains to Jacksonville trains: of this road will run as follows
and North of Uald- !passenger
than in cities, where the ideas of both men win daily wiz: TilE NEW EDITION
and women arc broadened and made healthy
by friction with different classes. In all of loom NOKTII. PASSENGER: : 1'HAIJoHT:. BOU H. Contains over 118,000 Words,

the villages of the older states, probably, you Leave Cedar Key: ........... ............... 4.15; A. M. Leave Chattahoochco..daily: at.... 21($) r. M. 1928 3000 Engravings,
< 1 will find families of single daughters grown Arrive Gainesville........... ............ K.ll A. M. Leave Quincy................... ...... 322 r. !If.lA Pages,
old dependent on a worn-out father or Leave Gainesville....................... $.'IO A. M. ave Tallahassee......... ..... ...... f 00 I'. M. Four Pages Colored Plates,
i brothers, who wish and ought to marry, but ll> r MANURES Arrive Waldo ((1. R. It. June.)...... O.-JS A. M. Leave Monticello ......... ..... ...... 7 10 p. M. 4600 SEW WORDS and Meanings: ,

are kepi from it by their domestic weight. I.ea'l''nllto........................... .... 0.55! A. M. Leave Greenville.............. ...... 8 38 r. N.
I They arc cut to the quick by their humiliation I Arrive Daldwin .................. ........12.17 r. ar.Leave Leave Madiion: ......... ......... '" ...... 0 gal( r. M. Biographical Dictionary I
the bread of which Leave Live Oak................. ..... 215 .\. If. of over 0700 Names.
dependence theyeat FOB EVERY : ; Ruute.11.15
; I FARM CROP, Jacksonville (Cum. ) A.:M. Arrh'l'U.U1I11IIh:; ............... ...... MOD A. M.
I is bitter knows, and their, generally, and scanty ; c'cryJ know .. Arrive- Haldwin............................12.tO: I'. M. Arrive Thomasville ........... ...... 0 55 A. M.rrive Th" "motpai ti 1)111 i"nary.! ":: and l complete Eng.T

that body everybody knows poverty it they are not Leave ItaTdwin; ,, i .. ...::. ..:..:.:.........12.40 p. 'M. \ Albany......... ......... ......10 25 A. M.Airive Has 3000 Ingrrtringsnearly: ;: : llff'A! H
ashamed to take gifts! from more; they lucky kins I Prepared on scientific principles) to supplythe Arrive Fernandina............... ........ 3.40 r. M. Luke City( ................ ...... 3.1" A. M. '/ um.uiy: in say other Dirt'ry.
folk. Hut they will not work for let exact plant food for each Leave Fernandina........ ...... ......... 3.45! p. M. Arrive Raldwin................ ..... 0 25 A. :M.Arrixe Every IIl'h..olliliol family should have it E
them starve, if needs be provided t fa\ ; crop, so ns Leave horns! \wick........................ 8.00 p. M. Jacksonville "......... .....; 7..0 A. M. ron-mnt reference.
their about them shroud to produce large yield per acre. Leave ;Macon.......... ............ ......... $.40 A. M. Arrive Fernandina........... ...... :3 40 p. M. GET THE STANDARD. .
I gentility
undue buried in it. A woman belonging us u to Arrive Atlanta, Ga...... ................. 1.15 p. M. Arrive Gainesville ............ ...... 501 P.M.Arrive Sale of of irtbstcr'3 other li series over ot 2Q ictionariPs.he times the. t9 C*
I Trains to Cedar Key and South of Bald. Cedar Key .............. ...... 0) :(t) r. M.PASSENGER any
aristocratic for of tho Courts in
an family occupied years a "highest authority fTI
handsome: chamber in a fashionable lodging- i ALSO DEA LICKS IN win daily except Sunday. :; : : TRAIN-WEST: HOUND. T dC'finitwn.-ChirJ Justice Waite.An JU

'I house in Philadelphia, paying her rent regularly. 1'ENINSULAIt I AILROA I), Leave Jacksonville: .....daily. at.... 5 30 J'. M. almost universal Authority in dccid-A
Nobody knew what was in the chamber ( Waldo Jiranch.) Leave Fernandina! ............ ......10 :30 A. !I[. ing the meaning of words.
t beyond the costly lace curtains: at the PRIME AGUICUI/riTUAL CHEMICALSi: Leave (Gainesville........ ..... ...... 0 02 A. M. i No other Dictionary 1ms been bought by TMT
( )INt KOt'TH.' .
Leave Cedar .............. ...... 4 30 any State to supply its Schools.Dictionary J.TI
window. She was found dead in it one day I.eavevLildo ,Junction....... ......... 0.00A.M. Key A. M.Leaue which nine-tenths of tho
-dead of starvation-on the bare .. Raldwin ................. ...... 7 00 )'. M. on D
year ago Leave Hawthorne.............. ........ 7.40A.M. !!of the country arc based
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floor, without bed or cover.: But she never AMMONIA Arrive! Lochloosa........................ 8.10 A. sl. Leave Lake City' ............... ...... !9 40 f'. M. Authority in he Government
had worked, and the lace curtains shut out Leave Savannah ............... ...... 4 :30 I'. M. Washington. Jan. Printing
i Her misery to the last from the canaille outHide. ACID PHOSPHATES: OOINCI koitTii.liOiive Leave Live Oak......... ........ ...... 211\. sr. ecomnmendcdby Stato Supt's Sohooli In
Tll\sls a fact and it is reduplicated\ in Tjochlnosa................... ....10.00 A. 1\(. Leave Madison ................. ...... :.3 51.t. sl.LeuveIrecuyillc I. R 36 States, and 50 College Pres'ts.! R
i a thousand homes, tn.Itwhero there nrl'r Leave Hawthorne........................10.45 A. M. ( ......... ...... ...... 439. : A. M. DictionAry that has been placed in more D
starvation' and idleness! behind the sham of MURIATE OF POTASH, Arrive Waldo Jlnirtinn..12.lri r. M. Leave Monticello ......... ..... ...... !500st.( public schools U.S.
'. Trains from Waldo Lochlooxa, return Arrive Tallahassee! ........... ...... 7110 .\. N. IS IT NOT THE STANDARD?
lace.To go to the core of the matter, however,' SULPHATE: OF SODA Tuesday. Thursday and :Saturday.CONNECTIONS.; Leave Tallahassee: .............. .... 8 30 A. M. Published by G. MERRIAM.Springfield, Mass.!
t this fear of losing caste is not altogether\ : Leave Quincy......... ........... ." .....1008 A. M.Arrive Also Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary.:
mlly ; it is founded on 1rl'al danger. Many ATLANTA. (Chattahoochee( ....... ...... 11 30 A. M.CONNECTIONS. 1040 Papcs Octavo.. _COO Engravings. '". '

women believe that to lose social status is I to NITRATE OF SODA:; Close connection is made Atlanta, ia.. ) ( ( -
lose the chance of marrying among their to and from. all points North, 1'II'ot't.'t: and At Live Oak daily with the Savannah lradcrtuldng. .
friends. Now whatever Florida and Western Railway: to and from -- ._---.---
own : every woman, SUPERPHOSPHATE; I LIME; North wcsj t; daily
her professions: does and ought to wi51t to AT !MACON tlV., Savannah' and all Northern;, En"ll'rJ11I111: \ it. '1. iii\inKS: : .
marry. Circumstances may make her a With Trains t for Eufaula ; teacher, a lecturer or a trader, but God SULPHATE MAGNESIA; ::; Montgomery: Mobile and New Orleans. .\ lake ('11c1all\' with the Flol'ilta1\
; meant her to be first of all a wife and tral Railroad: to and I from Jacksonville: St..lugustiiie 1.
[ mother. Every woman at heart knows tliN, With New AT York FERN and\\KINA Fl'rlllllllilln1:1111, VIA.,! :; Palatka, Enterprise: and Landings
) and acts on tho knowledge\ I IT 111111 of the Strictly Pure Ground Itoue. : on the :St.; Johns: River.:
1 kind among whom she would wish to marry ship Line from New York Wednesday, atlO.'M .\1 Baldwin dailyilli /the Atlantic( (iulf
will consider: her ineligible as a wife because : a. in., and for New York on Friday, at and Went India Transit: Railway: toand from .

., the works for money, she has a reasonable Our circulars: give full particulars, and are ::1.401'for. m.Nassau; from Nassau N.-11.: N. I1., on Wednesday Fernandina, Gainesville, Cedar, I Key, and
apology for starving in idleness. Hut will alaiIe1Immfornuttion free to all npplicant". Tliey contain: ; ; ,and Florida, on Wednesday.With InlandSteani- with :steamers: for 'Tampa Key West: andIlauuia.
they so' consider her? If they an fashionable t ( ; that will I hu of service! to those Georgia) .
homttCO.front( $
but fasliionnblesn IJ the having using Fertilizers.\ 3-Jiu : avntmt uhou'I'ue5lavVclnesday At Chattahnochee three times wl'l'kI'ith
snobs, yes ; ) !'! are ;
JT ; Savannah
last: to inarrv 1'1'llIIlIl'Si'omen.. If they aremen _______._.__ _n'__ _. n .__ Friday FriltUlllt and :Sunday; : on the People's'! Line and Central Line !bats\; to U) X 111,: ITAKIIC.:
and hold Tuesday, Sunday. amid from (Columbus Eufaula: Fort iaincs:
and refinement ,
( of intelligence With( Charleston :Steamers (.SV. ..Iow'lflilt FIFTHIT.: .. FKIIXAXDINA: )( FLA
t6; 1 women who work are of a lower class: than J. II. PRESCOTT. Point from Savannah ami CharlMonWednesday Apalachicola, and other River: Landings.
City ) :
/UI Elegant: :Sleeping; and !Parlor Coaches
themselves it must be because these women and 1 Sunday ; Savannah:; and \\'ooetrull'1I1111 Lucas ) l'lf.\L; !UOIJKS.t ::; MKTAI.LK.: ( CASI>.
Patent between
have allowed their work to concern their run daily } :
Charleston and\ ) WOODKX
Monday Friday. Tallaha.-sce Jacksonville. COFFINS: AM. CASKK'lN I :
manners, to take from them the modesty, With Steamer Plum daily to and from :St.; : Tolograpliic orders iinjiiiptly attemlrd tL.37JAn .
t time connection
'lr-Juiek sure perfectsafety. '
the the feminhlocharm which mc'nIn
delicacy, Mary's, (Ga.; and !semi-weekly to and from :
( spite of all arguments of the strong- Fit River ]EDGAR: VL1HT, .
Style Mary's Landings.
+ minded) will persist in holding essential to a :2i)-tf Master: Trall llClrllltioll. Stores, and
r "
AT IHLl'WIX .1.\ 'I'hnrc'p :
would I love Have
the they or
woman marry
; 1' Comfort With Trains for Live Oak,Tnllahas-l': (', and ,
our workingwomcn done this\: ? Each:: one .
must answer/ for herself has: the teacher all points in Middle and Nest: Florida.AT LANDIIETHS'11in S Titii/rv: ,v itieoriiiic: ,

mistaken: prim affectation for gentle dignity ; A.XD I.OCIIUOS.\I ..\., Second' Street, opposite Po.stOfliceSTOVRS : I
the With Steamer hn for all and
thesaleswontanvulgarpertuessforwit: ; Ali> }
business : Durability. landings Orancc Lake on arrival of IVn- A SEEDS So: BEST _
trader, sharp stinginess for capacity on : } -5- .
i ? It is an individual matter for each individual insular Railroad Train. I I 041 can U DO'get..them,Jot in by mrL town')you I Itu op't- '-- "'J I

i woman to settle. Of one thing the AT \INIXVILLK, Fl.\, FOKtal Curl for Cat.. JL'V' VM.loraa .
i1 girls may be certain. It is not I.Cl.S..Urtn' With Stage: Line for Ocala and Tampa on Groirrm and Ira PrioeR.(A_ ,'"i'Tftt''''Ktalti.OUnt anil....<(.cm.{c_Stett I
become vulgar ; men do n >t 11(.' :ome so. Another Monday, Wednesday and :Saturday; ; from DAYIII.ANIUETTI&SONBPmx. 'PA,
thing equally certain-men who succeed Ocala amid Tampa Tuesday, Fridayjmd: Sun
x in this country, can: cho. "e their own day HKt-Office Xottec.Office Jh
rank in society. Nobody now snubs Jcncral .\T CIII.'R K.Y.: n.'.,
It Grant because of his years in a tanyard. The With Tamjia' SteinshiI.'s! Line for Orders and Registered Letters from I'

man who beyond all other Americans: : gathers Tampa and Manatee Monday and I Thursday 800: A. N. to 1:00: ) I'. II.; and from 2:001': M.
I m men of science, 'princes and emperors at 4 p. m., and for Key Wct Sunday and to 3o:: <> I'. M. :Sundays; from 10:30: to 11:30: \. .
k about Ills: table, began l,y peddling peanuts, ; Having largely increased myNtoclt ThurMlay, at U p. in. M. and :3:30:: ( to 4:30:: ) p. )1. b .a.m
t daughters of American patent pill-mak of Foot-wear, in both line With the United :States; and Havana Past A11ItIV.tl.'NU DKP\KTl'KK: TIn MIIL8.Xurthvrn .
l ers, or soap-manufacturers murry into the Mail :Stetnser.ldnsirnl fur Key West, 1 In vana, J/mV-Arrives daily at 10:30::: A. M.
i noblest families of England.: and medium grades, ; I am enabled Cuba on arrival :Special; Train, l'n'rTIIl's Closes 3:00: r. 1\1. I t-

Our advice, therefore, to Idle\ unmarried to place before my custom. day afternoon, at 4,30: p. m. From Havana, Southern JAn7-Arrives: 3:30::! p. M.
women is: leave your poverty and false gen Cuba, and Key Wtt every Saturday. Special Closes! 10:00: A. N.
'behind you ; they are real and heavy crM U very large assortment", of train to connect.<< >/. .11","", and Trader'i Uill Mint-

burdens ; go to work as quietly) I and as much lloottt" and Shoes, made by the Withh'lIl1cr:; Kuternrine' for points on the. Arrives Tmwlays and Fridays at :2:30: r. M. UI \'ll"W, RANKItS.(! : ;
; Indoors: possible, choosing: an occupation Suwannee River, on 1 linn-days at (> a. m. Closes: Mondays and Thursdays! at 8:00 A. M.iS .
which you need not .surrender if you marry ; most competent and skilled For information res-pectiiig route*', rates, /. JAirv'jr, li vi., only- TIN A SHEET-IRON: WARl.

1 take this mythical bull of society by the etc., apply to Arrives Mondays i and! Thur-days at 8)0:( A. M. ROOFING AND I GUTTERING(
-j horns and you will find it to melt into a workmen These Goods were ; .\. O. hcJO) 1"1.1., Tuesdays: and Fridays at 2:30:: p. N. "-
Crowd of harmless, friendly individuals, each purchased, for CASH' and tireonly (;l'lI.t Ticket and l'a.- Agent. lvtshm'smlaysanmlSat'ilaysatlOA.N.Pluses : :; l : CUCUMRER WOOD PUMP ET.
l one of whom you can conquer I by good sense: 1) E. MAXWELL, Gen'l Supt. 21 : TIU'Nhl)'\I'tslimesdays: A large stock of :Stoves: un hand. Give u
and good breeding. Keep your good sense exchanged. lor the Namecommodity. -----T Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30: p. N. a call, and compare our prices with those II
it and good breeding, and succeed, amid societyas This will be deemed FI.OHW.CJ'X'fH.L: RAILROAD. :SIM; T. R'liniELL. 1' M. other houses here or el..cw'here.W .
a mass 1 will pay you homage.AVw York .
11. Tribune. u pleasure, after acclng, eiimlnlng. \- JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Manh 1(8( IS7!). -- -
.. Trains this Road ,
t i On and after this date on
and learning at what P
will run as follows :
$10 Reward .
extremely low prices these! DAY PASSENGER, (KxcKiT: SI-.M>.\Y.) CXD
bo for convict the one S11
Will given the prllofto board the 1-mile Goods are offered.fifyty Leave Jacksonville ..................... $8:\() ,.'r-f. .
s who destroyed sign on Leave' Ualdwin .... ............... ...... 9:30:: .*. M.
the ::2LU
: t post near railroad shops.\\". J.'. SCOTT stock of CIEXTLKNEVN: Leave Lake (.itp.....-.... ...............HA.: : sr.
) i Leave Live Oak........ ......... ......... I'M: P. M. III
Fernaiulinu Dist
Road Commissioner, FUUMSIIIXCJ GOODS 1M ,,'orU.)' Arrive at Savannah.................... 8:15: p. N.

...- ---. --- -- --- _. the attention of those", desiringlino Leave Savannah ............... ........... 8.00: A. M, <
Fertilize Leave Live Oak.......................... .V.55 p. M. 1.611
ih Good.. Leave Lake City ......... ................. :SAW: ) p. M. THE oNLY + ; n 11
Leave Ualdwin ............................ 7:05: P. )I. CG lUN6 PAD '
J. N. KOI1SOX A SON, ; -Order left to my selection Arrive at Jacksonville ................. 8:05 p. sr. a't' P2 g: t
Fp )oc 'ul
will r..t"ch'e.t"ar..1 and prompt MAIL AND EXPRESS: (DULY.' ) .:5 0.

... I CoiiiniiNMiou "...rt"lmn.N.ICJlAUI.'TO I I Leave Jacksonville...................... S:30): p. M. 0
-I I attention. IA.'L'e"hltt' House,.... ............... *>::15 P. M. IsBYAIISOIII'TION: (XATIHK'8 WAY) LYRE
I t z J H. PRESCOTT, Leave Baldwin............................ 7:00: p. M.Ixave ::: -_ u, C and all diseases 1'011 A (' K -.11i1:
Darbyville.......................... 7:25: p. M. I.ITXG DJSJ-\HCS: and of the Kidneys Rladuv
: S. C., I 4.3111 Fcrnamlliia, "'Ia,. Leave Sandenon..................-...... 8.-07: P. )I. ALL TIIIIOAT UISE.\SES, Urinary Organs by wearing the
---.- .................... 8:13 .
I -- ---- Leave Olustee....... .. : p. N Hreatliluj Trouble IMPROVED KXCKLSIOll: : 1TlJ"o 1-
themselves strictly to their I FLORIDA I.l'uIt.. l\irrie......................... 9:0.11': )I. ?
CONFINING (' respectfully solicit con Arrive Luke City.......................... Uro: > !'. s. It DRIVES: TO the KIDNEY 1
;a signments. r- jr.uii.uv.: Leave Live Oak.......................... t15 .V M. nts and healing medicines.system curativeag : PAD.PAIXLHSS. e .
t Arrive Tallahassee...................... 7:00: *. M. It DRAWS ,FROM the diseased It ii! a M.\HYI'I.: IllALINE: : and IIILIEF E
i the
-----------------+- ,.. '' FROM FISH SCALE, Arrive Albany......... ...................10:45: A. v.ArriveSavaunah poisons that cause death parts : : -SIMI'Li.:. SINsilF: DIItEt"1 .
EnTILIZERH. : .......................... 0.00: A. M. Thousands testify to its virtues. and IWVERFUl: It CIIIMv"
I cuvi Savannah .................. ........ 4::lO r. M.Ixnive where nil cbsefiils.; A It.\.: : \THX)
---- ------------ SEA 1JEAN: SEA: SHELL, Albany ..................... ......- 41". > p. M. YOU C.HJ.: Hl'I.n'IWXU: : CURED REVOLUTION in Il'tlidne. am

............_ "it.I'. I IVm't di until have direct \hsorpti.ml
trade U-ave TallahasMe: ...... .. : M. pair you tried this sen or Ult'th'alllln, as oplwtrI' to
This business: has been our have special endeav. PALM NUT ALLIGATOR TKETH. IA'av'e live Oak........................... :2:15: \. u.Leave ..ihl... easily applied and RADICALLY EFFECTUAL : facto!). mtt'rnal Int..ti'il1l. Send unsati'fur
for over twenty years and we I':tkeCity .......................... 3l.A. M. : Remc.ly.Sold treatise olt Kidney trouble UII
3t ored to furnish our Planting friends: a 1'UREARTICLE U r Also, FEATHER: : FANS AND FEATHERFLOWERS : 1"11\ Mt. (Carru M........................ 4:1: ** .\. M. by Druggists, or Mint by mail on receipt by .Irlln"t; ; >i. or exit by trail sent on fl'l'E' ftl,:

and their continued patronage to : ORANJE: STICKS Lt-ave Olustet*.............................. 4:40: A. M.Ix'ave of priiv, TWO DOLLARS, by price. T0 DOI.L.r."tlrl'S" receipt
our best Indorsement.. We are prepared. SEA: 8111'I.L"1TC.: : Sanderson............ ............. .l.1.Si.): THE "ONLY" Li-xo PAD-O.,
hit orders for all kind> of Fertilizer together and' U-ave Darbyyille......M.........?....... S.V .\. M.Lciive Williams lticw:'k. TllK-0.MV-LlSGpAl.Co.,
with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer For wile and made to order n lUldwin\ ............A............_ (1:40: A, A. Ut'lJ'tlit.fjl.h.. Williams Rloek *
Compound Acid ,1toll50N it SON.Charleston T. "'. .\XHI.10 ..:'-, Leave White house: ..................... 7:0. A. M, $-'i'rSen.1' (testimonials: ami our book, ..x.'PThis .Iii the lIotJ'tJitfi'h..

t 08c J. N 8.I(,. Centre St., bet. Second and Thin Arrive Jacksonville..................... T:50 \. N..r tlm Million: a Year." Sent free. C4. I I\t'Y 1'ad. Ak fur Clrlidnalall,1 it and taktno::: l K1"1"otlier.* Ki Itr ,


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Till: Ii.01111).1 LIMISLATVKK. llobert H. S.ivase, of Hrcvard county. H. Hrokaw, John. McD.Migall( nml William residence is unknown. Itrnl ENlulc.1'Olt : .

Assembly bill No. 11)7) : For the relief of Ilailey.Hy'Mr.. :Senate: bill \". t bt'l: : To Incorporate the --- '-. ._--
mi: 11I1.1." isruontvKi l AND P\"SKI> BY orr Henry Stewart, of JIlllliltlll1Il1t .. : ( Harris Assembly! bill No. 2.1.1 : To Pensacola Street' Car Company. .

t.VMKKUS: AT T.M.I.MJVSSKK.: Assembly! bill No. :Forthere-toraton: ] : | Inciirporate the .Atlantic: half I'oa-t Cannl Senate bill No. tin : Fixing the time forholding N.ILI: r
of the rightsof! (itizeushtpof.lugusllne\ Waidron. and Okeechobee' Iximl CnlllplllH. : \'. the circuit court in the Fourth Judicial .

The 1'rocccillnu of the "' ('II n fr, I .\' m1r..ingel-.Issenlhly: hill No. 2.10! : Tu Cirl'uit.I"l'nah' .

H \TrllllI't.J.l'lIar\' W.!) Assembly bill No. 41 : For the relief of reshtrl'toCitiznslip' \ ]Kdward: Hlill'\; '. bill No. 177 : To provide for the
The following bills were introduced : Robert Fu'nkc \f. I 1)., 1.:. O. Archer.. JamesSomervillc lly :Mr. Perry-Assembly bill No.:2.17 : For protection of fisheries in this I :State.: ::-._----- ---::

]Hy Ir. :McKav-:Semite l.jtl Nti. :208 : I Providing Jeremiah Dvnen, A. for the drawing of jurors, and proscribing : .\. ]1.tI1l'1allli. X.I..c: '.11 hUll. ]Hy :Mr.( llryan' of Orange--.\ l'l'l1hlhl1\ !'('l'tll of an act approved March( A. D. I A m.siitvitM: : IIOTIL, t.

the qualifications: I of grantljurers. Senate hill No. 170 : To 'provide for the \o./ 218 : :Making(: appropriations: forht'' 1877, entitled an act regulating pruceediuIgsbcforejustiees

lly :Mr.( Niblack-Senato\ : hill No. :200( : T. conveyance of the title of lands\ purchased by 'years: 1 18-M. l and 18S2.: of tho peace.'. ::----------::

authorize the appointment\' t of notaries pub the State at tax sale.: Hy :Mr.( :McMillan( \ --Assembly bill \o. 240!> : :Senate: bill No. bill: : For the relief of J n.S. Situated) directly on the Railroad, '

lie. Also, Senate hill No. :210!( : To legalizethe Assembly bill \.,. ISO : To incorporate a To providefor' the payment of juror on '1'11'111'1', of Levy county. yIN

wills: of married 1 women.lly company: and to facilitate the construction coroner's inquest.Senate .Assembly hill No, lid, :'For the restoration!

:\(rtallurySciiate( :: bill No. :211! : In and equipment a railroad'I from OrocnCovc : bill No. 110 : To authorize W. H. to citizenship of Kdward: Ilailey.Assembly ( ONK: OF TIm

relation to the duties of the adjutant-general 1 Spring upon the St.:: Johns river in Clay and 1)). N. Cone to establish! a toll bridge bill l No. 1)2 : For the relief ofMilliard .r

of the :State. county, to the town or village: of Melrose! III across t the :Suwanee: river.Assembly F., llrmiwn, of Urc.'r,11'ouUh',
('rJlltrul'/a"II.-I'lIl1i:4 Hum* 111111llnu'l:\ I .\lal'h'lIl'Ollllt.lIllll1'r the :style\ of tit' 1 rtcn : bill No. :2O": : An art tiu nut h n r- Assembly: bill \o. .?.-,: : thc ,
# Cove :: and Melrose Railroad I iZl'! the State: to\which and witnesses ]HKALT1IIF.ST t PARTS OF FLORIDA.
Hushing, to be commissioners of pilotage in Spring( : Company. : : attorneys compromise\ certain manner jurors : serving )

Kscambia: county ; '1'.1, Walker, to be slierit I Ciafirauuirnt"-\L/ : : Hlackburn to becoirnt'y claims.Assembly. at l.nrOlll'r.oIII'lll..t: shall be paid.Assembly .
of Lafayette county ; J. )f. Townsciid. tdbe I judge; of ,. UWI\I11'e county : .1. T.I bill No. 130: : To punish vagrants. I bill \t o. ,i.; : To prohibit\ the sale !

collector of revenue, and Frallkiax'1: : :Stone; to be !sheriff Calhoun county.Tiirusi of intoxicating liquors within two miles of For particulars aelf'!

on, to be assessor of taxes for I lernando; con- Assembly bill\ No. KW : To amend Section Williams' Camp Oround, Pine Orn\-l Camp '

ty ; J. S. Fannin, to be clerk of the! circuit l > \\', February 21- .1, Chapter'ilO: \ :: <;5. Laws: of Florida.Assembly ('"round, or all' other campground used for FIAIt111.11111UtO11, .;
hill No. 217 : (Concerning the religious In this :State. l.'Mf: Fcrnandina, Flu
court fur Calhoun county.MONIIIY. The t following bills were i introduced I : : purposes _.. ... _. ;
of from the Circuit Courts to .\ No. :2(13( :' : To authorize H. 11. -- -- --- ---- -
Hy :\I'KillneI'lIalc( ( bill No. 2.17:!:; : To taking: appeals: l'lIIhh'hil '
the :: Court of this :State.Assembly : ,' lilt to establish toll- TIII': :
the Supreme 1"OII\
]February :21.! fix annual: tax per mile to be I'ahlln'( \ UI\ \ 1 ,
lines of land in this bill No. 218 : To regulate the admission bridge across' the .1:1'11\ river.
The bills introdueeil\ telegraph, operating
following were : : ( of ('I'rlllilll'viII'I\l'I' in !suits 1 by the Assembly bill ; : To prescribe the r AND AND DDfnLTO'y( rJJ
l h' :\(1' :MeKinno-ScnotebillNo.212:: :! : : Pre :: .
Hy 11: (\\c'l'h-lIall--'lIall': \ : hill \ 228 :State: against tax ('olll'dllr1111:\ their sureties till and manner of )giving! notice of contest: t
K'rilMiig limitations to judgments and execution II. : '
( I. ].:HI't; \ t
of of ( ,
liens To amend section !six 111'1111 act regulate 1'I'Iill 1..I.lhl.I:1'ull' \ >

By(1': ( :Mallory-Senate bill No. :21:1: : For the fees and per diem certain ,ollieers The following bills were introduced : :: hi i: amend chapter: t ; noo.ooo.r..,
hill No. I 188 To authori/e executors of I I J87H.!
)WilI1'IlI'nate hill No. Assembly : :
the rl'lil'l'of John H. Irillin.. Also ; :-:I'lIatcbill fly :221)!: !) : An
No. :21!I.I 1 : To provide lir the completion,, act for t the relief of lien! II. Tedder.Hy and administrators having: an interest! Senate bill No. 1.11. : Il incorporate the I'd Of the most: l

printing, distributing and sale of the Digest) t Mr.: IM1-:Senate\ bill, No. 2.10: : ) : To \protect in the estates: which! they represent' to purchase latka and Indian ,' Railway Company, A'C1SShtLI.ISU: \:; : I DMSIRAHLKl.VM : : ,I:'
uf the Laws of Florida. the citizens of the State\ who may makepl'ulllfsl'S : : the property of :such 1' It,1at: public and to grant (1'1'111 lands to !lIIIU'. "
:Senate: bill No. Iii To amend section' 1 ofChapter
sale: : >S IN TUBSTATK F n
advances of ill
Hy )1 r. Crill\ --Senate bill No. :21,1! : To exoinp't upon payment: labor ,
:31:IIS\ Laws: of Florida prescribing! a
; members lire and honk and for other \ --
organized ; purposes.H.v \ : OF FLORIDA, I
and( ladder companies from. working upon :Mr.( Cone-Senate: bill No. 2:51: : 1:1''Illirill \1i(usJt\v. February :21.Hv uniform rate of f.lf'nu railroads.Senate .
the public road: :merchants.. and I dealers: in cottonto \l( r. )llIr'l'li-\' "emblv bill No. :2iH) : bill No. 100 i : designate i the holidays At only $t,2i per acre to new !wlll'J, with

:Senate: bill No. :lot) : Fur the relief of Chas.' keep a rogistir of names :and l uumhcr of To :authori/.e the \paynent certain cnllllrolll'r'oI !'- to be observed in the acceptance and the' privilege of !'1.II'l'li"l in parcels: of .lo !i :
nt't'nttut lit.ity and bonds exchanged for payment of bills of exchange, bank checks
James Marion: was passed. pounds built warrants :
acres or These lands located I
:Mr.( )(\'1,1111111':1'11:111':: bill No. ,'!:52:; : bonds of 1871 I and 188.1.Hy and promissory notes 111'1' 11'( on
To reestablish; I lost papers. )((1'. o 1'1 111 Assembly bill No. 1(51( : and adjacent to the line of the I'
rhFSO ty Febrnarv:!. : 11'ill.u'--il'lIalt.: bill No. 2Fill':\:; cheats. FninvY, February :.!:
\ IlIr. \ : For I lie \puuishmcutof }j
The' l following: bills were introduced l : The bills were introduced: : .\ (WII"xn I WEST I INDIA)(
the relief of II. A. \Vjse. Hv )((1'. (irilmi-Assembly hill No. 2T.2:! ; To following 1I.1l
:Mr. (I'KlllllonlIatl' bill I No. :215!I
lly ; : '
HyMr.: ( .tru.lr-Lvv' bill No. :28.1!
Hy Mr. 'l'hu mpsnn-cu.mtl, (bill No. 511:'| : provide\ for a 1 license: tax lii1\purchasers: of : '
To lillll'lHlall act entitled( an act t relating to To t hue Tropical I i''uilllla Rail TRANSIT:; CO' S 11. H t
To authorize the rtinunissi.n11'rs
I the indebtedness of the Hiatt.I Senate: county of cotton !seed.H i11'll'plll'lIt\I
the several I counties I to pay certain \' : \- :Mr.( Hevill. of Hamilton i -Assembly I'm\ 11 1\
entitled extending FKRNAND1NA]; the Atlantic
bill No. 2K To amend act on
: an ; flyir.. -Assembly hill No. :281! I : Tnnllfllrlzl'I'X'IlIlort. 1'1'01
.\ISOl'\l'lItl'\ bill N' ; bill'No. authorize II. H. Nunn and
:211.1! : Allowing the 2i'l:! : : "
act relating to the finances of the State. On reg : administrators to : K :
the Gulf
guardians coast,
istered voters of the several counties mml'tlas Jet'c11liuh Gill to establish a toll-bridge acrossthe I CI'I.\ 1'\,011
motion both bills wl'J'l'rII,1 the 'U'lIl1lll\nll
:State: to vote for fence or no fence, under'er- .\Iapll riser and other acting in positions of trust! bylipItoinltuent thus aiTording to time producer cheap, constant -
third I I times and 1
passed.11.111r. : : : .
of county courts to roxign.lly
tain cireuuI'tlamsifly ; By(1': ( Colt roll-Assembly bill No, 2(U : and the best
\ hill Iixtliepty rapid to
: No. 217 To
L'kl'I'enatc : trl
:Mr.( \ bill No. \
11(McClcllan-S-n.ito( : \ hill No. 2.10:!; : : To authorize 11. Jerock to establish and f11'rlbl; \ 110Tn lol.tlltol
and attaches the .1 :
ot markets.
o.lI1em"I'N provide\ the : 1
To Cedar and fil'
re'llIirel'lIlIlIt.\ jud-rcs IlIlin'"rk"I'p their run a public ferry between; Key 111 rl'lol luahl
present The following Legislature.bill: were passed olllces within cert.lin (limits of their county the island ort'11'1 II title. to 111'1:1hlll'r thl'iIH.t in (11\1'11' The belt of country I traversed: by the Transit '
; ( to
tl Contitlliiol.
sites. R. I R. embracesKVKUY
Senate bill No. ; To authorize Peter
: Ih'1': MallorySenate:; bill N.I. 2:17:\ : '1'11rci Tt't:1.Fdl'ury 22. elect IJI(' atl'ilhl'rlo. to fix t tho UIIHI\t
Thompson of Levy county, to take chargeof \
uit'e th1.1! :State; : attorneys! : of the dilVerentjudicial Thl following hill'l'rc Illrlllll.t'l : place ('IU\II II. and the compensation : :: .
and manage: his estate. \ : 2(5tJ, of its delegates and ollieers, and also \..nmTY:01. .
Scnntbill. 134: Forthe 01' circuits of this State: to defend in Hy :Mr.l \larquis-Asscuult1y: ( o. : f
fisheries and other : : the Fl'lll'rall'olll'l., .sitting III their respective' To all'II11ellll:: OS of Chapter II, Laws of a subsequent election to ratify or reject such to be found in t the State, a large ,

bill No.purposes.Assembly 0.1;:3 : To provide n Chaplain circuits, citizens: of Florida charged, with violating ., Constitution! t bill lieiug, peculiarly adapted to the 11'1"1'111 I
lly Mr.( Hryon of Orange'Assembly 'llul
the election laws: of the nited States. By11': Nittit'l-Assembly: hill No. 207: ( :
for the 1.ullalicS'hllll.. No. 280! To amend Section: 8 : ( -: and ].:
The bills Cico. II. )111 : : : Chapter31(5.1, : MI.TH"I'I'FI'tT1\ nrlyI' ( ,
following were passed : For the 'h.hl'
Senate bill No. 100 1 : Forthe relic! of henry n'll' \1.
Laws of Florida.Hy '
Senate bill No. To certain bills ;, and Hotllts Timber
Jernlgan.of Walton Florida. 187 : grant The Wl'I' passed.lssciiuhly : 1ht' fairyf, CI/JICt of
) lauds to the I:1st: Florida Railway (' bill No. 102 : RI llltill lhl'lll. Mr.( Coulee-.lssenlblybi11! No. 287 To make lands of CAKKVUI., KX-
Senate bill No. 157 ; In relation to the tllt'lIl
amend Section 2 of an act rebut hug to Stateattorneys. .
Assembly bill \,). 210 : confirm: the organization ties of : ( .
illegal employment of laborers and 1'n'IIItol.II1I' : I'l'rllil 'ollll0111"1'1'' ; I.atvsof ..I.I1L1'.tT1Oby' manufacturers Lr.MiiKU
,d of the Jacksonville\ :St.: Augustine! :Senate: bill No. IIS I : To prevent the improper Chapter Florhlclp'
and Halifax River Railway Company, and \ living together of ('l'rlail persons.Senate proved 'Fcbruaay 12 I:!, 187 J. ANn NVAI.STOHKS.NKV.
\\'.: : "IIJ.\\', Febuarv 10. \ir.Spear-.Issetllhly': bill So.288'l'o I :! :
to grant certain ferry privileges: to said com :: hill! No. 12-1 : To change the seat of
The following bills: were I introduced" : pany. government I'rullt'l'allalieseeti'liiiacsyilit! ( : ', amend :-l'till: :of an act to establish a ferry HKTTLKRS:

Hy )1 r. Wulhr--l'lIall':: bill No. 222 : To :Senate: bill \o. I C:'Mi; ; : To compel the several Alachua ', Fla., or lthl' place to be across the Apalachieola: river at the
allllIHIl'l.tion: 1 of Chapter 3liSof the Laws Tax Collcctttrsuflii: ) + :State: to make proper selected by county the \oters.: town of Cliatlahooehcc, approved' March :2.! 'urcbasing[ laml from this ('company\ are furilshed ,
of Florida N 1871)! .\1,0 fly \I(r. To )ki Assembly hill No. :281)Tolegalize :
appruydlarcl cut ei: and returns. Substitute for Senate bills So+. 77 and 7S : ( with r"til'It'I'r pa""aptutin! ti'Trait.
Senate bill No. 22:1:' : To authorize T. J. Davis ) 1 : the town town of 1
under gl\'Crll'lIluftlu'
Senate: bill \II, I IS : Forthe relief of the To dissolve municipal corporations' sit Railroad
and I \
A Co. to build dam 111'111'1.1lIulh:: Mosquito ( Madison, Florida iI' family I personal' (.m'l1
estate of N. D. :\(l'llIlInhl.cllatl' circumstance therein and to 1'illl'O'I'rlllll'lts
creek, in (Sadsdcn county.lly No. bill 1.15: : To make larceny after for the same.llll.l. \ lly )((1'. I'il.I.din-.Issctuublybill No. 21k'I'ii) to tl station nearest the hlllll"lr'II'il 1

Mr.: Hpeel'l'lIale bill No. 221:! : Prohibiting trust a felony.Senate authorize J. ( Crnli. of Pensacola, to build '111':: CO\I'I.I.'n: : ::, being derived! by I
taxation in 'l'rlaill'il' '. wharf from ., of Jefferson street in
special ( !
bill I No. To the wills '
: : legalize :!: rant the United States and
+ Hy Mr. Thompson: Senate bill, No. :221!:!I : of IIIl1rl.it'll011I1'11.. -: the city of 1'lo\'ola. extending into 11'11'11' f\l t
To : improvements, manufacturing The felbnviughilly were introduced : cola bay, to manage the from the State of Florida.CORUNSPONDKNCK. i
encourage Senate bill No. 214 : To exempt, membersof : )1 Assembly bill 208 : o\lIln.1 4al 1\1
and for other purposes.Hy lly o to charge wharfage.Hy .
alllzl'IIIIIIII Fire ami! Hook
I :Mr.( Willard-sSciiale:: bill No. 22.1:! : To uud Ladder]. equipped'of all Lequiringcuuuty judges to give bond with )((1'. Fildes--Assembly, bill, No. :21)1) : Toaimmi : \ : : SOLICITKD.Descriptive ) .
Companies incorporatedcities
amend an act regulating the :sale of certainagricultural : and town in this :State: /from working sureties.-Asseutublyhill1u.219: ;! : Forlht'prutectien t of ( :lulptertll(1: of I the I lartvs of Florida

I products.Hy upon the public roads and high ways of this of tax-paYIrllllll the prevention entitled an act to allow certain dealing in MAi-s and ('IU'I'J.\I'IIi1'11 on i
)laliorY--l'IH\It':: hill \o. :22ii!: : In State. crime. general merchandise: to sell certain drugs ipitlication. j
relation to land grants made and to he made: :Senate: bill No.2':)!>: To authorize the H)' \ir.1)uugherly-.5ssctuhly; bill No. 270: without: having to pay a special license tax ( 'ilAS.V.. II'WI: !
I at the \present .session! of the legislature.The pufnt711c11tofSmiturics Public. ap To II'orlorah' the BII'lrlI: ):, ()rangcl'ityS thl'rlr.; approved, / :March I II I, A. 1)). 1871)). Land (Commissioner.Olllce .
following bills\ : were passed! : ( .\ ( \ : ( No. 21)5); : \
Senate\ bill No. the \ 'II""I-\II hil
tI:$ Hoardof
( : Authorizing bill No. 271 l : Forthe'protection l'lIIhl': and Seventh Sts.t j
B(1'((1'. (iibbs-Assembly for ( or.
Senate bill No. 17.1 : For the assessment To amend Section I of IlL 11'1:1
Commissioner ofStatc i institutions I 111 rl\lh
t to employ : ..
and collection\ of revenue. additional medical assistance at the of farm 1.1llIt. the rrection of mills and ether I w\h'r hhl- _. I 10-lf_ .... ____.. .. i}
Senate hill No. 180,( : For thl' relief\ of Robert Hy :Mr.( 11111'r-\' I'mhlhil I If 272 : )01'til
State asylum for indigent IUllatil'lI.il'Jlltl' Tin': i'ioitn i
< .
Allison of Suwanee Florida. r'liool' Wi. wy.lly \t Ir. No.
county: Dougherty Assembly
:- bill No. 102( : TIII'I'lIlall'; the modeofexcepting bill No. 27-'l To hi !
Somite bill No. 1D.1! ;' : For levying a tax for Hy :Mr. :Speer-Ass'uthly: : : : an act entitled ton '
l theyear18Sinndl882.\ to the charges (fiuitcourt provide for the publication of laws. vide Tolll'lt tht 'rl'llioll of corporations: tllr. TI'Vriiiiiiillnii\ Df'IC\Jn) : ( 'O'AX\
judges: to juries.Substitute .
:Senate; bill No. 110 : To have harhor masters .Assembly! bill No..fNi; : To regulate the prescribe their goneal and :!.
for; Senate\ bill N.o. 21 : To keep powers la"ilii.o
of running I large.Tmriisruv
of the State appointed\ by the I governor. in good re airtht'ruamlvumlhiglnvnysinthis: catchingand killing Ilyr. Iu11gierty--Assembly .
:Senate: bill No. 2111 : To amend sections: 3, State. 2-)2) : For the relief of if ., A. K.Sealey.lly : ,
u, , :.i:.!. 41 and 47, and to repeal\ Assembly\ hill No. 20.1: ; : To authorize State 1chrulr\. )1 r. )))11 11..ly-A"NI'I"I'Ii No.21)'J) : .
ret.tiuns 27, :3S and 3!) of Chapter 1080 of the attorneys to compromise' c'Ttain claims. TIl following bills were : In 1'1'latlol t to an act entitled an act to provide Totvuw It. 1C. .,1.. i

I Laws of Florida. Assembly bill No. 2ui( : For the adoption Hy )(1'. 1'rrry-.Isseuuhly bill No. 27-1 : Torovide for the creation of corporations, and to ('<> KcjOll'ers .,

Assembly hill No.I 180) : '1'.111111'111sl.tioll" of a child by :Martin( I. Iouglasaunt;,; his wife, for the appointment'' of boards of prescribe their W'llralpu\\'I'rlllll liabilties.: \.1 ..r
2.3111111" ;,fun act entitled an act to incorporate \tarlba.Jane' Dmiu'las.' :: icalth !in cities and towns in this State con- The! Iilow-llj: bills \\cre passed :

the! :St.: Johns \ Like F.tiMN Railway Assembly bill No. 108! : To authorize the lining three hundred 1 or 11/1'1' registeredvoters. .\!<"(' No. :2-Vi! : : To repeal an act

Cuiil iII3. to appoint, 11 chaplain to the convict I approved February 21 I. 1 1872.Assembly .
:Substitute: for Senate bill No. I lull I : In relation governor\ I )' .11'. Conant' -Assembly bill No. 270 : I bill No. 25 : 'ro ''o'ehuhil, Identic to I Lessees and Purchasers / large

to the payment of assessors: of taxes in camp.Assembly' bill No. :2oO. ) : To prescribe: the To amend an act to incorporate the Presbyterian of intoxicating liquors! within/ two miles of number of the most eligible and desirable

this State: who compiled the agricultural statistics manner III' which counties shall !sue ami be Church at Jacksonville, approved any campground used, for religious worship I
r : fir the years 1877 and 1878./ : sued. March( 2, 18 JO.Hy in this State.Senaiebill. City I \ \ I Residences,

Assembly bill No. 17.1 : To clear the titleto AlscmllIill No. 2:1:J : I For the relief ofeuunty 'l Ir. Wilkinson-.\ !sciiibly Iil No. :277: No. 108 : To authorzu! Peter
certain lands in St. Johns county heretofore ollfcers. For the relief of <111'11'I.ll'"on, ',I Marion Thompson, of Levy county, to take ahargeof UPON KASY: TKRMH.:

T, sold by the trustees: of the internal improvement Assembly bill N11,151 : To provide<< for calling county.Hy and manage l hisc tato.
# fmlli.Hul'"lltllte out the or alliz'IIIIIIll'lIl'oll'llllIllitia, of Mr. \I'wsfm-\'I'llbh' li No. :278 : Liberal Discounts 111111111 allowed to

.t for the Senate bill to establish.a : this: State: to aid the civil authorities. Far the r'Ii1'of ..lluI'1:1..llal..I.:: of Putnam parlies engaged in manufacturing or industrial ,
bureau of immigration for the :State of A "'I'lIIblhill No. 12.i : For the rl'lil'fof county.Hy /'ircuit'ottrl' ".> Unite HI''H, enterprises' who will erect on the property

Florida, and! to repeal an act' to establish\ a Dr. K. C. :\iol'tuli. of I'ulk county. Mr.( Fi.lt'I-\I'IIlr bill No.27!!: For Northern IHstrlct o"I.'lorld. purchased substantial 1 improvements

bureau of immigration and promote! the Assembly bill No. I I4'47'e; authorize\ executors the relief 01 I K1: JOHltT
settlement of the State\ lands: : approved\ l Marcht and administrators, having an interestin -Assembly bill No. 2."0 : business.INDrCK.MKNTS.
.7 1871)! Ax members of the In liipily. 1 : :: MANUFACTUR-
the estate which they' represent to purchase To the \paY'f legislature TIIK ATI.VXTHiiarX WIWT : -
Senate bill No. :217 : To fix thepay ufmcm- the prepm'rty11f' such estate at public ami officers and attaches thereof. I.NOM Tllt.NSIT (' JVTOTICK KR.S: eXI'I\tll fora term of from
,I bers'and attaches of the present legislature.; tale. Hy Mr. Williams of Hrulfor.I--\lt'IIII)' ,'I'\S\ : THAT tlUltoil. flrl'f 1 the several'cities 111.1tlWII.
: )
s. Assembly bill No. 71 : To amend' section 4.. Assembly (bill : Forthe relief of Peter (;O"4. bill So.I : To authorize the county commissioiicM 11 will sell ( 11'IBY t\I'X. to theaiiovcnanicd Apply to
of an act approved February: 1S72, allowing to to applicants t to .
( 'nnjirni'itoHi. \\ Owens to be State grant I'a\ '
1' ) extending from the
i the Voters of the several'counties of the erect mill) darns, bridges, and establish II'OIIIII) cIIA W. LKWIS.: [ ,\glIt
attorney for th Fourth Judicial Circuit ; Il'r. lily of Feriumdina to Cedar KI' '.in tho State\
e' {state to locate their county sites :Sampson: Altman, to (b<' hcrili"; John \1. ries upon 111.lu'fo't'! the .tl'II' oftlx-ir of Florida, and all it". property, rights, franchises ;-JTOtllcc cor. Reach! 7th "I!, Fernandimi.
Senate bill enforce distinctive
No. 185 To a counties.HyMr. .
: Caldwell be of circuittiiurt spective
to ; Henry immunities and I'
: wrapping. and printer labeling\ ) of preparations i Stewart:: III be county judge of Hamiltoncountv. Canova Assembly: bill No. 22 : I that now privileges haIr, may hereafter be IlIh'rl'-J'. HIt
of mar 'him'. To authorize William 'Taylor. Jr., to 'stub.list i
at auction, to the highest bidder, :
to, public UOI'LI) CO.'M
:Senate bill No. 2-.il: : Prohibiting special ferry across the HI Johns river from a\
-- 1 office of the said Atlantic
at tbgerlcral ,
taxation in Ihlll
certain case I'icolata. in St..lmiltttr county, to the Hellamy.orSt. -
Senate\ bill No. tai : To amend sections: 1 Funny. February 2t J. Augustine road leading to Tallahassee. I\West IIIlil Tral.i. ( 'IIIVII tl ; ..............................-.......
and 2 of an act ('lItith'.111II act regulating: the The following hills were introduced 1 : t ( Fernandimi, on the, 1'1 )' ofApril. : s
mode of and BIr.. Cole-:Senate; bill No. 2-1:! : Fort lie ( I IHnl. at |II o o'clock in the forl'III111 of : .
suing init writs 1..at'II..IZI.n "
: error prosecuting The following ( passed : i ; J
hi"1'1' sale i Is made to
comr cnsation of collectors of revenue for said pursuant
territory; appeals of Florida in court, approved" of np l February|,cals of the 17, extra, services! rendered: III the year 1877 and ( .\I'IIlv' of bill tire-arms. : -on: the To public prevent highway the. cla'fw Circuit C-ourt of tI United I ... .......................... .......

'url States, fur the Northern
f 18.12, 1"78. litrlc 1"lorhll.
Senate bill No. liix : To amend 1 un act making Hy Mr. $::p 'crSeltate1,111 No. :31: : Toprovide Assembly bill No. 211 : Requiring trans- rendered 111 this CIIIIM*. IH TJIK: HI1ST
for the of recordand J. II. C. DIIKW,
.=J preservation
treasurer.trex nrcrsufthescbmiol "
county + to freight
3 yuucieryintheofiieeof the comptroller.The |lortltl"l lJllalil" f"rwlr,1 ) feb20-lw. N1.eeiulhtsltr.. n fil'.1.. :
fund' in their respective! l'IIUlltlI. approvedFebruary connection)*. 'I'JI ,n.tmSi "l.I
17, 1877. following bills were! parsed I : Assembly bill No. 201 : To authorize J. -- --- only a '!. flJI. lut wi
Assembly billu.. 127: : For the relief ofD. I4UMt .Voile-1 Tav Vnvr*. keep all Insects at a rcsjMrtful .
Senate bill No. lid! ) : 1'" amend section 2 of II. crock to establish and run u public ferry
.{ an act to provide for the revenue for common I \1. Hammond, of Satan county.Assembly between Cedar Key and the Wand of ANc- I will visit the following places at the For sale II any quantity, large or .mull.

I\chlllll", in accord.in--e ,with the c,>ii! titut bill No. Hill : To amend :$\tctimin5.Chulter310h nieOtie.Assembly. time stated below for the purpose of receiving and country) 'ml., tdlvrl..1 FRKK: : fl

inn, approved June! 2.1. 1807. : I. vvs .>f Florida approved 1 No. 1M! : 'f.authorize the | the State and county taxes for boat or cars. \tlIIJI. nl\'I. TRY IT.
bil 8"S'I'
Senate bill 1-..). 184 : To amend the sixth March 7. l$iO.! ('IIIII'UI.tl"l "boom or IMUMS (Ill the Su. tin-year I I8$u : COLI.I .t < ..
eoction of un act providing; for the registrationof (''IIjircllllj'JIiJ,11IJll'IIIIt'rlJllJII., to 1 be wane river.Assembly. ,11 0.101'1 ). .. 14King's I"ll 01.1m H W. Hay St., Jackol V lt Fla.XOTICK. .
Jrl.h.lo..la .
State\ for the Second\ Judicial Cir
cleetnrsandthebuldingufeleBoas( attorney bill No. I MH I : For the relief of ....... 1ft
approved 1 August; 13. l/'Ii/o\. cuit. Dr. M. J.1'owielge.Asst'nubly I hi I'" ('rtck.55'ehut'IStlay I 10 :.

1 .-h'lIah.Iill Xo. INI : To enlarge the equity the Axeinbli.H bill' No. 2:51 : To require. shcrHi's ill IItllI\I.I.lll.la\:. J7 Parlies who have 1"1 granted the( privilege
1'roceedlny of
? juri.du"ioii of the circuit court: of the :Mate ron.tiihlc'arid county.)' judges in the several Hruiidy Brand.... ... IK of hunting and I killing quail and other

r of Florida. H\ .iv, February W! ( coiinticM,of tb<< State to keep a pcordof 1 ( .ulalll..........JSaturduy t game on my' premises, n. well us nil uther
Senate bill No. KM : Tu inl'lIrl'"lt| the" The following bill were introduced(: the nuts charged by them. .........Monday |>ers Spring amen und :Ot. John-. ImprovementCompany. 11 Mr. Mimrgan-.1.."'t'iiibly bill No. 52; : Assembly bill No. i'Ki: : To re.tor<; Columbus Coneville. (morn.)....Tuesday 2. us I don't wi .h (1.1 killed nut to

To limit the time within which snit or proceedings C"hr.l, who was. c'II\'id"1| "C assjuilt to lkt'r'II. (IUM.II)...Tuesday .j closely.I JAI:: ,. U.\.:l.I.. "
J Senate\ !bill No. 121: : For the relief of Wil- for dower may Iw commenced. commit imtnler. to full rigblMof( < Illa. ).\\" slnclav :\ -

Hum Marvin.Senate liyIr.. McKiiiiinii-.\ .!(.inMv bill No. A-"eriihlv billu.. 2:51: : For tl".iI1'nll,11.r.II' I tM at my; olllce in Feriiandina unTueniayN FOIl NAI.K.ADKSJRAHLK :.

< bill No. |"M) : For the redemption! oft 2-Vi : T<* rt'tt'1111I1| act approved 1 !. t-bruary. Auxu-tu" J. Drigirer". Thursdays und Saturday, when -

1 I lands x ld fur taxes t. uud to quiet titles there 1872. entitled act to alter stetiu11412. 13 AKxenibly li No. 117 : For the payment not on u collecting tour in tit country, Ulti HOUSK: (;ox'rISC

for. and 14 of an act approved Augu-t it, !*<;*, of witness" il t'rall ci es.. March( 1, at which time my IHMIUM b 'Itl tl.t nl& 1'111.I. ,
Senate\ bill No. Ittl : To amend un act i-on- to provide fur organizing and disciplining .Asiteiiibly bill No. :2O>: For the publication .'IJl, und all property mi which the Urge Yard, Orange. J"IU and HanuiiMTret

'el'lIllIe i forcible'entry und unlawful ,It.tui..r.appl'un..t the militia.Iy l of netieeofupplialfun to \l real CM- rI\1 unpaid will h advertised. *. Ontnlly lorattsl. (iooil titlf, Ktf .

Fvbruarv 1, 1..n..u 'Ir. )1.'r\rr-\ I1IIh' bill No. ill : I I IFor'tbe late by tXt''utOf or a.hlllll"trtof.when F. KUITT, Collector.Feniamlina .. I Fur further twrtituUInquirv ..#.1t tbloffice. .
.ulJl.r biU N'u. 11 : For the relief of relief of the heir of li. C. L Hi., V. JIUIIl'are J'n'rt.iot'nt"C ah. tltt\or thir February 5th, l $1. ;. -tr


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Ii : f CASH two AM CASTE I II. J. :BAKER & 1UIO. Rutlrluds.GONDENSEI _. I. On Mail;;-:and Express: -Train;-Sleeping I Cars G. .... AVIJIIV: ,::1)

A week or ago we ventured to give a -- run through to and from Jacksonville and "
\ few hints to unmarried women on the most > TIME( : CAHI Savannah} j also, Lucas Sleeping Curs run
practical and pr,)msn! /.ways for- them to earn through m to and from Jacksonville and Tal ,
money. \\chavchad many prompt and vigorous OF TJI KATI.NTWlnlI.I"I lahassee.FKUNANDINA. .
replies by letter and (through the 215 PEARL STUKOT, NEWJYORK: UOARDINd 8TAIJLIW.CARRIAdliS : .
There i is 1Xl'Rl'Iu.: :::; ( ,\ .) L
? apparently no subject on which SIT HAILUOA1)
:' women are more wide awake than that of : I Leave Jacksonville.... .................11:15: .\. M. : AXD WAOOXS .
vI I carping{ money. Hut the tone of most of Manufacturers of PENINSULAR RAILROAD, Arrive Baldwin: ,............,..,.,........1 1250:: I'. M. To and from Steamers and TrainCOXTRACTrf -*.
these answers is despairing and oddly ( Waldo{ liranch,) Arrive Fernandina! ..,....... ....,....... :3:10: p. M. HAUL1NO Err.:
enough;; angry and resentful our ad vice. In AraCUMIIEiLANI Leave Fernandina........... ............10'V::\ .\. M. : FOR
(fact the unhappy class of unoccupied! needy ) ROUTE.In :. Leave Baldwin, ...................,,......, 1:20:: r. M. FoR SALE: :
women arc very much in! the temper of till -+-CIII "I\JA 1'ERTiLIZ1RN.-+- Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35:: r. M.Passengers 1I0nSl, ]1l ( S.
Kfftct: FJinmry Irt 18811. ) 1VAGONS'
Frenchman who fell into the Thal1lCi. They : for J.'rllllIlinalltll'llar Key :
,, "will drown and nobody shall help them take this train. No train from Baldwin to "1TmnlJI.45.: -
They out that they want want ooixo !sotrrn. Cellar Key m Sunday. Vice and llIblc-Fir.t Street, Herr
to earn cry it, and/ ought to be given money trades and l.el1'l'tlalltn, (Oa.........,.............. 2.15 r. M. CONNECTIONS. Baldwin with A., G. ,tW. Broom p SI reel Wharf. W-"
professions and a career like their others ; Leave Bacilli, <5a......,..,............... 7.451'! M. I. T. U. U., for Cellar Key, Gainesville! -
and with the next breath cry out as loudly Leave IJrunswick, On.! ........ .......... 15.15! A. M. and 1"l'fIlmclillaIIIIII: all 'points North and1Vest GET THE BEST. .
I that they will lose caste if they; earn it in anyway -- Arrive Fernandina, Via................10.15! .\. M. ; at Lake City for Tallahassee, Albany,
\VC recommended/ to them certain occupations ..jeer O It A X( i: -tj.t \ Leave Fernandina........................10.30: A. M. Ha\'lIl1l1l1h.III1.1 all( points North and West! ; WEBSTENj, wEw \
as more lucrative and practicable Arrive Ilalllwinl'ha.......... ........... 1.2.; r. 1t. at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steam f0DICTION4.pj1uPPUNENT' :

I than teaching, and the gist. of all I theanswers -TREE------- .- Leave Baldwin" f\,Jacksonville., ; :::.: 1.30: I i-, 1t.Arrive.lacksmivilie ers. J. S. McKLHOY: RTNEDITON

sent to us is that any kind of trade or handicraft "' (Cum. Route I ).. 2.3.r: p. M. 1V.i. D.t1'Hntos, Master Trans'p'n.Superintendent. .
$&" M A\U U t : t.
: degrades to lower lO'iallevc1 -
women a .--- .-. Leave IViTdwln for (Cedar Key:::..: 1.50 I'-M".
than :
snubbed teaching by certain, and that fashionable even teachers: are in Arrive Waldo (Junction 1' U. 11)) .. 4.11 r. M. JACKSONVILLE, 1'EXSACOLA: : AND J If Intend some day to getWEBSTER'S

New people( Leave Waldo.......... ......,.. ............ 4.20: r. M. ': UA1LUOAD. you
York. Cash or caste: there is their dilemma. Arrive Oainesville i .................. ....., 5.17 I'. M. MASTER f TKINSPOHTATION'H OKFK-K:, I UNABRIDGED
Most under
/ A Superior Article our own Leave Gainesville! ......... ............... r 5.2!) I'. M. TALUHASSKK, FL\, February: IH CJ. ) ,
J' This with terror women of losing in villages caste and is a inland stronger: I towns motive Special Formula.865COMPLETE Arrive Cedar Key.............. ......... !1I..TO:\ I'. M. On and after Monday, February 2, 1880( ( "DO IT NOW."
trains of this road will follows .
: Trains! to Jacksonville and North of Baldwin passenger run as:
than in cities, where the {ideas of both men/ daily. viz: THE NEW EDITION
and women are I.Jrnl\ltt'ncdlllltlllHule healthy
I by friction with dillurcnt classes. In all of uoixn NORTH. 1'ASSEXGEU): : TnAIIUHT BOUND. Contains over 118,000 Words,

the villages\ of the older state, probably, you Leave Cedar Key.......................... 4.15; .\. M. Leave (Chattahoodice..daily' at.... 200( I'. M. 1928 3000 Engravings: : ,
will find families of single daughters Arrive Gainesville....,....... ,......,.... H.41 A.M. Leave Quincy"""",,,,,,,,,,,: ...... :322P.M. Pages,
i old. dependent on !a worn-out father grown or Leave Gainesville........................ 8.50A.M. Leave: Tallahassee............. ...... fi 00 r. M. Four Pages Colored Plates,
brothers, who wish and ought to / but MANURES* a Arrive Waldo ((1'. H. 11. June.)...... ".41'4. A. M. Leave: Monticello .............. ...... 7 10 p. M. 4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings,

't :are kept from it by their domestic marry weight. I.ell'c.11111".......................... .... 0.55 A. M. Leave Greenville; ............... ...... 8 38 r. M. Dictionary
They are cut to the quick by their humiliation Arrive Baldwin........................ ..12.17 r. M. Leave Madison ......... ......... I'" ,..... !9 :215! p. M. Biographical I
the bread Leave Live Oak................. ..... 215.1. M. of over 9700 Names.
of dependence which they FOB KVEUY: FARM CHOP f.ea"ilck" : ; ol1v He ; A.-
;. (Cum. Iloute.ll.l5) M. ArriveSavannal.............. ...... JlOOA. M.
f eat I Is bitter, and generally scanty Baldwin I .............. ... .. ... t ha' mn'lfinf'1'..! nod romplcto Eng-
body knows their and ; every know Arrive! : .. 12.150:: p. M. Arrive Thomasville: ....,..... ...... (555; .\. M. [ Il.-ll lirtiiimiy.| :' fT

t that knows poverty it they Leave Baldwin..,...., .........,.....:.12.40 f P: M. \ ve Albany.................. ......102.1.\. !M.Ajrjve 3000 ingdivingneartytlrenutine's : ::
ashamed everybody to (take gifts from ; they are kinsfolk not Prepared on scientific }principles to supplythe \ Arrive l more lucky Arrnc Baldwin................ ...... ((5 very 'hool null family should have it
lint they will not work for let exact plant food for each Leave Fernandina.......... ...... ..... :3.15 p. M. 25 A. !M. E
them starve' if need be t'fli1\ ; crop, so 1I'ito Leave Brunswick,: ........ ............... 8.00 I'. )(. Arrive Jacksonville ........... ...... 7 [)() A. !M. for ron-mnt reference.
their about, provided them shroud can produce large yields }per acre. Leave Mucon.......... ............ ......... 8.40! A. M. Arrive Fernandina............ ...... :340 p. M. GET THE STANDARD. .
t undue wrap buried gentility it. A belonging us u to Arrive Atlanta Ga................. ..... 1.15' p. M. Arrive Gainesville ...... ...... ...... 5 0-11'. !M. Sale nfYtbttcr'of / other If series over of 20 Dictionaries.time tho She
woman Trains to Cedar Key and South of Baldwin Arrive Cedar' Key .............. ...... 0 I R4) p. M. ; any of tin Courts In
f an aristocratic family occupied for years a "hl he-t authority
handsome chamber in a fashionable lodging- ALSO! DKALKK8IN daily except Sunday.I'KNINSULAU 1'ASSEXGEU) TUAIX WEST: HOU D. T d'finitlOn.-CllirJ Justice traite.An T

t )house in Philadelphia paying: her rent reg : I UAILUOA1), Leave Jacksonville .....daily at.'i :50 r. M. almost universal authority dcciJ-A
ularly. Nobody knew what was I in the chamber ( I II{ aldo Jiranch.) Leave Fernandina ............ ......10 30 .\. M. ing the meaning( of words.
p t beyond the costly luce curtains at the PllIMK AUUICULTITKAL CI iiIiOALStSULPIIATI : GOIXO SOUTH. Leave Gainesville ......... ..... ...... I 002 A. M. No other Dictionary laM been bought by N

I window.\'. She was found dead in it one day Leave Waldo Junction................ (3.00A.M. LI'IIVl''Ilar Key .............. ...... 4 :30 A. M. ictionary any Stato on to which supply nine its Schools.-tenths of the

r year ago-dead of starvation-on the bare Leave Hawthorne........................ 7.40A.M. Leaue Baldwin ................. ...... 700P.M.Leave ) D School Books of tho country aro IxiseJ. D
: AMMONIA.( I Lake ............... ......
floor without bed Hut she never . City 9 -10 p. M. in the Government
or cover.: Arrive Loddoosa.. ..... .. ... ...... $,10 A. M.
t Printing
had worked and the lace curtains shut out Leave Savannah). ............... ...... 4 50: 1'. M. Authority Washington. Jan.
Her misery to the last from the canaille out ACID PHOSI'lIATIW: UOINO ISOKTII. Leave Live Oak................. ...... 2 15 .\. M. by State Rur-l's Schools in T>
Leave Loehloosa............... ..... .....10.00A.M. Leaseindisu11 Recommended
side. This is fact and it is reduplicated in : ................, ...... :151.1. M. and 50 College Pres'ta. Xv
f a Leave Hawthorne.......................10.45 A. 11. that has been
Leave Greenville............. ...... 4 :39 A. M. 1'11'l'eolln more
thousand homos where there Dictionary D
a starvation and idleness to-day behind{ the sham are of MUUIATK OF POTASH, Arrive Waldo Junction ......... ......12.15 p. 1t. Leave MonticelU .............. ...... .'') 00 A. M.Arrive public schools in U.S.
I Trains from Waldo to Lochloosaimd I return Tallahassee! ........... ...... 7 (00 A.M. IS IT NOT THE STANDARD?

lace.To to the core of the matter, however, SULPHATE OF HOI> Tuesday- Thursday and Saturday.COXNKCTIONS. Leave Tallaha e...... ......... .... 8 30 A. M. Published by C. &C.MERRIAM Springfield Masn.AUo .
this fear(go of losing caste is not altogether A.NITHATI' Leave Juiney......... ........... ......10 OS A. am. Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary. .
Hilly ; it is founded a real danger. Many ATI.A:NT.1. Arrive (Chattahoochee....... .' ......11 30 A. M. iO<0 Pages Octavo.000_ Engravings._ ,' .

women believe that to lose social :status! is I to : OF SODA, Close connection is! made Atlanta. (hI.. CONNECTIONS.At : () -
lose the chance of marrying among their to and from all points North East, West and! Live (Oak) daily with the :Savannah l'udcrtukiug.H. .
whatever Florida and Western Kailway: and from -- -- -- --'--
own friends.! Now every woman SUPEPiPHOSPHATK LDtJSUI.PILTI'-: Northwoxf; daily.
her professions, does and ought to wWi to AT MAI1IN IKOFIFTH : \,

marry. Circumstances may make her a With Trains (for Eufaula, Columbus' Ga.; Western Cities.At .
teacher, lecturer, or a trader: ; but Ood : MAJXES1A( : Montgomery: Mobile and New Orleans.! I lake City daily with the Florida Central -
1 meant her to ho lirst of all a wife and Railroad: to mutt! from Jacksonville:
mother. Every woman at heart knows t this i York and Fernandina Steamship Augustine, 1'alatUa, Enterprise\ and Landings -
1 and acts on tho kllnw\l'd\ c. If men of the Strictly 1'iirc droiiiiil Itoiio. New York on the St. Johns Hiver.:
Line from New
1 kind among whom she would! wish! to marry At Jlalliwillllailwilh the Atlantic, Gulf
10.30 a. m., and for New York on Friday, litt.1O .
becuuetho and West India Transit Jnilwutllllllli: from
will consider her
: ineligible as a
Nassau N. 1'. \Vednesdav
1 works for money she has a reasonable Our circulars Hive full particulars, and arc : p. 11from; N.-I'. !, on Fernandina Gainesville: (Cedar:;. Key and
for Nassau '
apology for starving i in i idleness! lint will 1 mailed free to all applicant) *. They contain ; ; ,and Florida on Wednesday.With 11111111ft'III1.:; with steamers fur Tampa, Key West and
Georgia :
information that will he of service to those Havana.
they so consider! her ? If they are fashionable !
boat ( 11. I'WillI1'lIlInnh: uu'1'uesday,11'cduesduy :; -
snobs yes ; hut I fashionables! !: bs: are the buying or using Fertilizers. :'Mm Savannah At l'hattllhuudll'C tllllwl'l.klv with
} last to marry penniless women. If they are ____.__.______ _________ .__. ... n_ Friday and and Sunday;; on the People's\ Line and Central Line Boats; : to Il 1 N It i.R'1'.i n. Iii.:
f Tuesday, Friday and from Columbus: Eufaula.: : Fort (Gaines
t ; 1 men of intelligence and! refinement, and holdS With Charleston:; Steamers (.'.,'t. Juhu'm and ST.. FKIIXAXDIXA: : FI.ABrisiAL ,
and other
River: I .
women who work are of lower class than J. II. PllESCOTT.Style City l'lIillfrolll) Savannah and Charleston Apalachicola, indings.jil
: ( Elegant: Sleeping and I 1'1\1'101' Coaches
themselves it must be because these women \
Wednesday and 811111afor: Savannah andCharleston" Woodmir and Lucas Patent between : [ i Oltl'S.1171'AIJ.i: : (; G.A 8 E//'".
( run daily
have allowed their work to concern their :\rolllllUIII\ Friday.With Tallahassee and I Jacksonville.ffCPOiiick \) COFFINS) : AM. ( '.\:-;KE'I1'1.t'gral'hil' .--.
manner, to take from them the modesty, Steamer I'lurn daily 1 to and from Ht.fary'l'I time connection orders: promptly attended to.
t tho delicacy, the feminine charm which Incain and fromSt. sum perfect
\ (;Ia., and semi-weekly to 37-3ins
( spite of all arguments of the strongu safety. I:1IU.I'LIET.: I
Fit River
Style Mary's Landings.: -
; 2Mf*) Master Transportation.M .
minded) will persist in holding essential:; to Stores and Tinnare. I
j, tho would love or Have AT lI\II'WIX. KI.\ j
v woman they marry. -
OakTallahasseeand - -- I
With Trains for Live
done this? Each ono
( our must workingwomen nswer. fur herself. Has the teacher all points in Middle and West Florida. LANDILETHS'SEEDS TIIIKTY: : A- nnO'I'III'U.I'collII : ,

mistaken prim alleetution furgentledignity; ; ASH AT I.OClll.noSKM.l ., :; Street, opposite l'ootOllit'I'STU1'
the saleswoman, vulgar pertness i for wit ; the With Steamer A>i>lni for all points and
1 r trader sharp stinginess; for business capacity Durability.Having landings Orantre:: akc, on arrival of Peninsular S BEST : P
m r ? It is an individual matter for each individual Railroad Train. u not sol 1 m your town you 1881 < :
can get them liymr L )Drop
s woman ti settle. Of ono thing the ATMUNKSVILLK: ...\.. oa &utal Card for Cata.
girls may he certain. It is not Ill'Cl''IOUftn! : With Stage Line I for Oeala and Tampa on logne Crow 'and va in Prioefl.tit. I'ttltni Tht Fta't oldttt. aJ noti txttntitt WJ
1, become vulgar ; men do n >t become so. Another Monday, Wednesday and Saturday: ; from DAVID L.\NJHtl"l'1I: &SONSpnu ADLpA.
thing; equally! cl'rtulll-IIIl'1I who succeed Ocala and Tampa Tuesday, Fridayjmd Sunday -
in this t'Ol1l1trtlUl: cho.isu thl'irVII T- 1"tJH Office Xullcc. _

rank in society. Nobody now snubs Jencral ATCEIMR lay, KI.*., Office /It/lr--VKnn S:00: .\. !M. to fi.OO: p. M.
a Grant because of his years in a tunyar(1.rTho With Tampa =Steamship Co.'s Line for Money' Order and Mcgistercd Letters from
man who beyond all other .\ rc:1l14: : Tampa and ) allItl'CIonl a)' and Thursday! 8:00: A. M. to 1:00: I'. M?; and from 2:00: p. M. .atiu N.
t ers l11l'nlr science, princes and emperors at 4 p. m., and fur Key West Sunday and to. 3:30: r. M. Sundays from 10:30:: to 11:30: .
'r about hU table, began !by peddling peanuts: ; largely increased my Thursday, at Ii 5 )p. m. M. and 5:30:: to 4:30: ; ) p. M. r .ui .
daughters: of American patent pill-ntuka stock of Footwear, in both flue With the United States and Havana 1VtMail nmI.:011\ I'Kl'UtTTKK: OF T1IK MM IX.
ers or soap-nuinufacturers marry into the Steammmer.ldeiral for Key West, lIa\'lIl\u'I X rtlicfit Ji7-Arrives daily at 10:30:: A. M. 1
noblest families of England.: ; anil medium ,grade, I am enabled Cuba on arrival of Special Train{ every Tuesday Closes 3:00: 1'. M.

Our advice therefore, to !idle unmarried to before customer afternoon\ 4:50:\ p. in. From Havana, Scii//HT/i Mail-Arrives: 3:30:: p. M.
is leave and false place my Cuba and West Saturday. Special "
women your poverty gentility Key every Closes 10:00: A. )i.
*behind you ; they are real and heavy u very large assortment ot train to connect.With St. Murift and Tenting Hill Mull-

burdens ; go to work us quietly and as much hoots and Slices made by the :Steamer; Knternritt' for jKiints{ on the. Arrives Tuodays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. :'"" HE.VVi-.tCS, RANOKPA: ::
Indoors as: possible, choosing an occupation Suwannee River on 1 hurt-days at which you need not surrender if you marry ; most competent and skilled For information respecting r\lutloo.: rates, .''sV. .Vnr.vX Gas., until- TIN AND MIEET-IUOX: : WAUL .

take this mythical bull of society lJ)' the etc., apply} to Arrives ionday mural\ Thursdays 8:00:( A. 11. ROOTING AXD! UUTTEUIXC: !
horns and you will find it to melt into a workmen These Clouds were .\. MAcDONELL: ., Tuesdays and I Fridays at 2:30 1'. M. '"
Crowd of harmless friendly individuals, each purchased for (?ASII, and are Gen'l Ticket Ul/Ill'iIoO:Agent. WcdnVdaysandSafd'ays! : M. CL'CliMIIEPS'001) PUMP) ET.A .
one of whom you can conquer by good sense I) MAXWELL.: .. Gen'l Supt.! 21 Closes Tuesdays, Wiilmdiys, large !stock of :Stoves on )hand fjjvc j{ ti I
and good hrl'l lIng. Keep your good sense only exchanged.. for the mimecommodity. -- Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30:: p. M. a call and 1""II'lIrellIr) )prices with those mother >
and good breeding, alltlllIecel..l.! and societyas This will be deemed l i' IUDA CENTRAL: RAILROAD.JACKSONVILLE >>. H\ II.. T. RMIDKLL.: :: M. houses, here or elsewhere.yoru .
a muss will pay you homage.-AVw IV -
; Tribune. u pleasure after seeing, examining FLA., March 1(8(;, 1S70.!
On and after this date Trains on this Road fr
and learning at what
; $1O Reward will run as :
-! extremely low prices these DAY J'\-I: G l'U. (ExcKiT 8l'. 1'\y.) ;;; -

t Will be given for proof to convict the 1 milepost one Goods" are offered.jf Leave Jacksonville ..................... 8:30: A.'M C I
board the
who destroyed the railroad the sign! on Leave Baldwin .................... ...... UJI:: > .\. M. ::2
near shahs.1V.\ J.'. .f1- My stock or <;r.M'M:]: I K.VN Leave Lake City ?...-...................11::tl A. M.
SOOTT Leave Live Oak........ .................. ltP.. M. vO mW
b a Road Commissioner, Fernandina Dist.Fertilizer FUItMSIIIXU GOODS Is* 'worthythe Arrive at Savannah.................... 8:15!: p. M.

ii -- -- -- -- attention of those desiring Leave Savannah .......................... X:00: A. M. 411G <
*. Unive Live Oak.......................... 5:55: 1'. M. =-
; fine Good. Leave Lake City .......................... 5:00: p. M. THE ONLY OCURL 11
s Leave Baldwin ............... ..........". 7:05: p. )I. CG lUN6 PAD I
J. N. IIOI1SOX &V HON, ;:ir Order* left to my selection Arrive at Jacksonville ................. W 1'. M. g: a

-- 1 will receive careful and promptattention. MAIL( AND EXPRESS: (DULY.) .:5
s I Leave Jacksonville...........-......... 5::<<> p. M. 0
I I Commission .Merchants, I I- Leave White house.-... 6:15: p. M. ('l'RtN: BY .\ H.$OHl'TJOSTrRJo1I.. ( WAY) :

*" J H. PRESCOTT Leave Baldwin. { ............................ 7:00 p. M. dieasos II.\'U.\'UI:
Leave Jarb\.ille.......................... 7:25: p. M. LUNG DJS.\St-S: : and : of the Kidneys llladue
CHARLESTON: 8. ('., 4.3111 Fertiandliia, Fla. lx> \Sanderson.......................... s:*>7 1'. !M, ALL TIIKOAT DISEASES. Urinary Organs'; by wcarliia .th't' !

s -- --- -- -- ---- Leave OIU!>tl'C.............................. *:"3 p. M. -- llreatlilug Trouble IMPROVED: KXCKLSIORx: 1.
themselves strictly to their FLORIDA. Ijcuve )It. (Carrie......................... ":-03 P. M. ,
CONFINING re*]>evtfully solicit con. Arrive Lake City.......................... tOO: 1'. M. It DU1VUS: INTO the system curativeag -KIIXEV __ 1
R jilgnraents. 1."' .:.,RY. Uuve Live Oak.......................... :15 *. !s. tits and healing me Arrive Tallahassee.................."... 7:00 A. M. It DRAWS{ FROM the diseased the It.I Is a MAlt1'ELof: and lt1.
---....---------+- .. FROM FISH C.\1.1'I:. Arrive Albany.............................10:"," A. M. |ioisons that cause death parts LIEF-SIMILE.: : SENs1RLl: :' :, U11lr: ,
Jo'EUTILIZ'UH. : .\rrh.t.HI\.UUllilh.......................... 8t10.1. M. Thousandtestify to its Tirtues. 1.\1 Uoall.1.: t'O\nm'uI.: 1"KVKLATUlK CURL::
Ideate Savannah .................".'..... 4:30: P. M. where all t'1"t. fliIt: : A : )
----------------- SEA UK AX, SEA SHELUPALM : Leave Albany ............................. -IjMII'| !M. YOU' CAN RELIEVED: : : AND CURED: RE1'OLUTIUN III. '
Leave Tallahassee. ....................... -'\:-l.'i p. M. Don't desmir' { until you have tried this sen or direct: indicati{ nC! ol"wJI'o'll, .lbs/mrptia'1 to .
l This business has been our special trader NUT Ai.i.1G.1TOR'rEETli.Also : : Leave lave Oak........................... ::!:151.! M. Ihlt'{ easily applied and RADICALLY( }:}' factory internal J1\'l1i'iI11'... ,",'.''Ill'uusati. 4
for over twenty years and we have endeavored Leave I I-ikeCity .......................... 3.'O.1.\ !M. FF.CTUAL: Remedy.Sold I. treatise 01\ Kialney I trouLll'l sent free. )r UIII
to furnish our planting friends a PUREARTICLE FEATHKK: FANS AND FEATHEUFLOWERS : leave )It. ('arch........................... 4:1i'4: .*. MUaveOlustee by DrujKii) ; or tent by mail on receipt by drat..,h:.ts. nr tent I. Std
i and their continued patronage" ORANtlK: STICKS .............................. 4:40: A. !M. of pritv, TWO DOLLAPiS. bvTHEONLY" Price. TWO DOLl.rd.IIJrl.'S'4 un receipt
our best Indorsement. We are prepared to PEA SHELLS, }:TC. leave! lnllt"I1........................... 5:20:: A, M. LI-NO 1'\D ('0.. Tux "OSLY"
all kind of FertilUew.!. together ." Williams Lest 1'AU Co
fH orders for leave narb \.UI\f : '.s *. M.! IM.x-k. .
l with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer' and For bale and made to order, heave Baldwin............................ H:40 A. M. Detroit, Mich. I Williams! Illoi-k.: ,.
Compound AcM 1'hos T. W..iNSLEI'" Leave White House.! .................... ?:O5' .\. M, ? > Send testimonuls and our book, This I is Ie and:S'-

?, 6(1'a ( 7. N. StOii Charleston os ,t O, n." ,.v." 10 Centre St., bet 'qnJ and Thi,,). Arrive Jacksonville.: { .................... 7:50 \. M.A three Millions u Year." tent free. 04. I! Hey i,a. :\.k fur original It and take no other.' Ii

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Tin; J.'l.OUlI L1GISL.tTU1li. Uobort B. Savage\: of Hrt'\1lrlll.ntll\lr. B. Brokaw, John McD.xigall and WillianBailey. residence i is unknown Heal r.Mtafc.

Assembly: bill No. 107 : For I the relief of : Ht'llltl bill No. l.'tt: : To incorporate the --- .. -
TUB HIM l rnOI1l'l'lmS1'I rvssKn! t; BY orr Henry' Stewart, of Hamilton county.Assembly By( Mr. Harris! -As-cmhiy bill No.2.V> : Ti lut.aeelit ott Car Company.Senate t ,
1.\w. IlaHT{ TU.I.AItASSKK.: bill Non:! .! : For the restorationof incorporate the Atlantic.ilSulf\ Coast: Cana hill No tin ; J'lxilj the time for SAM 1 1I II
the rightsof! citizenship of.\t1It1*tille Wai- and Okecchobee LUIIII I Companv.By holding the circuit court Fourth Judicial .

The Vi'oceciUnyH of the Sennfe.StrrtutY,1'ubruaI' dron.Assembly I Mr. Angel-.\!': : l(1') hill No. .11 : For the relief of restore: to citizenship Kdward\ l Itailcv.By : :Senate: bill S". 177 : To provide 1'11 the 1I :
The following hill Wt'I't'lnlrlllhu'ld : Robert 1"linkl"1.: 1), F O. Archer. James' :Mr. Perry-Assembly hill No. :257 : Fo protection of fisheries in this State. ++++----------::

By )ir, )MeKav, Senate "111.No. :208 : Providing Somerville, Jeremiah I Pvnen A.O. Andrews. the 'rl'lidof Ja'moa A. Hobcrts.By Semite bill :\(+. 178 : To amend 1 the first
for the drawing( nf jurors: and proscribing James! A, Barnes! and \. Mcl'mllttnaSenate Mr. Bryan of Orall Assembly hillSo section of an net approved March 2, A. 1). I A nl'Slt.U.IIO'I'I: : :'., I'' i
qualifications! of grand jurors.13y :: bill No. 179 : Tu provide for theconveyance 238:! : Milking appropriation for the't.IN 1877, entitled an act regulating proceedingsbefore ( I ).

Mr. Slblaek-Sctate\ ;; hill No. :!1)1'1(\ of the title of lands purchased .\ : 181 and 1882.: .114li't's! .I thcput1. ++++--------:: i '

authorize the appointment[ of notaries polo' the State: at tax sale. By \leMihiaim-.lssentbly: bill No. 250!) : :: t.i::: For the relief of .I Situated directly on the Hal I road, 'f ,
his Also, :Senate bill No. :.MO : To legalizethe Assembly! bill No. ISO : incorporate acompany To provide for I the payment t of j jurors 01 Turner, of Levy county.
wills of married women. and to facilitate\ t the construction coroner's inquest. Assembly! hill No, 250 :'I"o restoration! PI
By 1I r. Mallory-Scnatc\ bill No. :211 : In and I equipment) I of a railroad i I 1 from reenCovo! / Senate hill No. 140 : To authorize \\'. II to tt11'1'411)' of Kdward Bailey. I IN ONK: OF Tim
relation to the duties ol'tlie adjutant-gciicfttl: Spring upon the :St.: John river, in Clays I: and D. N. Cone to establish 1t..11 bridge' No. 102! : For the relief of t.

of the State.C'iinjlrinittl'111,1. county, to the town or village of Meliose: \ across the Suwanee river. Milliard 1'. Brown, of Bradford county. ; :
-Dennis Burn amid Samuel! .Alachua county.under the style thedreen Assembly! bill No. :"'1)ilIll't: toauthorize Assembly: bill No. 252: : To provide for the :
..- Hushing, to bo commissioners of pilotage inKseambia Cove Spring\ mill Melrose! Uailroad Company.Confirmation : : the :State: : attorneys to compromise certain manner iu'wliich jurors and witnesses serving HKALTHIKST: PARTS 01 FLOUIDA.

county ; T. J, Walker to be : ill of Lafayette eounty; J, M. Townsend 1. tdbo county judge of UWllH'l' county : J. T. bill No. 130: : To IlIlIIi"lh:1- I Assembly! bill No. :35 : prohibit\ the sale

collector, of revenue, and Frank I K. :Saxon : '- Stone, to be hl'riffof'alhotlll county.Tiuusn grants. of illtnxitlill liquors' within two miles of For particulars address: : ,
to btHI4-1,1'! : : ; J. 1 S.: Fannin, to bo clerk of the circuit \\', February :21-! ,"), Chapter'3100.:: Laws of Florida:, (Srotind, or other camp ground used for l't )hlil.t MIRROR,

court for Calhoun eututy.loamy. The following; bills were introducedfly : Assembly' bill No. 217 : Concerning the religious \lIrl\1t'OC in this State. 51-11 _._._ .. ____ __Fl'rIlIIII,__Flu._ !
Mr. It-Killlle-S"'lIall' bill No. 2)7: : : To taking: of appeal from the (Circuit Courts tll !< o. 2<:3 : To authorize) II. B.Nunn u 1
the : of this State.! and Jeremiah (Sill establish h toll- Till: I'LOKIIKt
the :Ol1prt'lIIl'11'1 a
February :21.!\ \fix annual tax per mile to bo paid by I
The following bills introduced lines of land \telegraph, operating ill this! Assembly! bill No.218: To regulate the admission bridge across the Alapha river. J
were :
:State.: of (.t'rlailll'vlll'II'I' in !suits by the Assembly: bill No. 23 If<; : To prescribe the LAsh U AND IMMK1UATIOX( CO I'A'J
By Mr. )lcKinm'-Hl'I\I'll' "ill No. :212 : Proscribing : :
( limitations to judgments andexeen 11)1 r. k'It'IIIIII'11:1Il'( hill No. 228: : State against 1 tax rolll'ctnl"alld their sure time and manner of giving notice of contestof "
ion I liens. To amend section six of an act to regulate I tiesThe ('It'eliol of U""I1'1"'I'I.t'1I111e OFFKUS: ,
the fees and diem certain ofllcers.By following: bill were Introducedhscumhly : bill No. K5 : To amend chapter3147 '
15y )1 r. Mallory( Senate bill No. :21:II: Foi per noo.ooo.r..
the reliefuf\ John' 11. Jrillin.. Also ; :Senatt: fir Willard-Senate hill No. :220: : An hill No. 188' : authorize executors of 1 the acts II 1870.Senate -
bill No. 214:! : To provide for the cOlIIlll'lill1llrilltillg' ( act for the rl'lh'l'oI'C(Ceti. I II.i Tedder. and :administrators, having an interestin No. 151 : Tohtcorporatelhel'a' ()f'lm most! .4.4A'ISSlnl.l

distributing and :sale of the ]Digest By Mr. H'II-Senate hill No. :23d; : To protect the estates: which! they represent, to )pur latka and Indian River Uailway' Company, : :: AND! : ;:
of the Laws of Florida. the citizen of the State who may make ehtst'tIit' property of such estates at public .I and to grant ('I'rlail lands to !IIU'. ImHIL\ULI.
advances of payment in sale. :Senate: hill No. 171 I : To amend t'I'liol lof IN TIIK:
By Mr. frill-Senate bill No. :215! : To ex upon promises JSII
eta ;members of organized lire and honk and for other purposes.By : -_ I Chapter :3138: Laws II Florida, prescribing 1 S'l'.l'l'1:01': FLORIDA) ,
ami ladder companies: from.. working upon 6I II'. (C"HICI'lIall' bill N'o. :2:51: : inquiring MOXHAV, February \lilorlll rate of fare upon railroads. j
the (public roads.I merchants and dealers: in cotton By )1 r. )Iar.."I Assembly hill No. :IS50 1 : Senate bill No. 100( ; To designate: the holidays i- At only $1.25: per acre to new settlers, will

1 Senate: bill No. 201 : For the rl'lidul' Chas. to keep' a register of names and lumber of To authorize the pay rent o'f certain coin ptrulicr's to ho observed in the It.t'l'plllHt' and the privilege of selection in parcels of 4oacres '
James, of Marion, was!! passed.: : : pound* of cotton\ bought.By warrant and bonds" exchanged for : l payment of bills of exchange I', hank checks These lauds j
Mr. MoKinnic-Senate:: bill No. ;3:52;:; : bonds of 1871 I and 18S3.By ::. and promissory notes. or IIIlrt' 11'( II'lIh'Cluu II
To I reestablish,': lost papers.By 11 r. (Ul'illlll-\I'\IIhl\ bill No. 101 : and adjacent to the line of the
Ttaoll' I..hrllal'Th :22.!
: \\ \Ir. Willard-Senate hill No. 233: ;: : For For time punishment of cheats. Fati\\ 1.t'rlllr\:25.!
( following bills were i introduced I. : the relief of II. .\. Wy.e.By By Mr. (iriflin-Assembly! bill No. :21\J:! ; Toprulide The following bills were illtrthl'ttl: : ATLANTIC, (MJLF AND WKST I INDIA
Ih'11': )leKillllolllHltt. bill Nn.I5To :! : :: I .
htMr. bill No.
Stringer--.lssembly! :
\Ir. Thompson-:Senate: bill_ No. Ml: for Iiccusctax on purchaser of 211
: a
amend entitled ('O.'S R. R.
an act act relating to To'incorporate the Tropical Peninsula Hail- 'ILI' r rexh'II1I
To authorize the
commis-si.mers of
the indebtedness of the State. Also Senate county cotton\ !seed.15v .
the several counties to pay: certain : \II'. Bevill! of Hamilton-Assembly road I Company.By '
expenses.Also \
from FKRNANDINA: the Atlantic
bill No. 210 : To amend I an act entitled on
:Mr. No. 281 I To
: Senate! bill No. 235;\ : Allowing the reg bill No. :2!<111!; : authorize! 11. B. Nunn and 1 I'erry-Assemnblrvbill: :
to the finances of the State. On :
act :
relating to : : the Gulf
authorize executors, admfnisjrators, guardians KKY.im ; coast,
i"tl'I''lItl'r ,
:; of I the several counties of this Jeremiah .till to establish toll-bridge acrossthe : CI'D.\1
motion both bills road the second and
third times ant passed.By were, State: to vote fur fence or no fence, under certain Alapha river. and others Ilil in posit1nnstifIrust! by thus affording to the producer d\II constant t
circumstances.By By Mr.I l'.llIn.IISl'lIIbl hill No, 2<5I : appointment county: courts to resign. and best ,
Mr. Lykes-Senate hill No. 247 : To fix rapid i
Mr. : No. 585To t'III"I"'llIlol tll'
14 r. McClell.in-S.-nate; hill No. :23(5!: ( : To authorize J. ll. Jerock to establish and By \hl'r-A" l'lIIlllhi :
the of members and attaches of thepresent : markets.
pay : provide\ the
people 1
To rl'eilliret'ollllly judge, *1 to li veor keep their run a public ferry hl'lwet'lI'tlar Key and fo 11'tiol llhI1
} Legislature.The / I bills. ollices within cerl.iin limits of their county the island of Aten OI t'. todeclare whether they wllC'.t in convention The hll of country traversed by the Transit
following were passed: ;: 8itCI.Ih'. to revise the xftlg to
Senate hill No. UJS( : To authorize IVter : (. I. R. l'III"llt"4
Mr. MallorySenate:: bill No. 237: : To Tan;';11.FdnHry :22.: el'c delegates (' ( tl fix the thm'llt
Thompson, of Levy to take chargeof
ullellll\I1a his estate.county require" th'.i State attorneys of the dilVerentjudicial The following bills were introduced : place of such ( \'ltinl, and the compensation 1.'JHYAtI'TY: : OF( :SOIL
\ circuits of dais Slate to defend in By 11 Ir. :\llIrlllli"-\"!' Senate bill No. 134: : Forthe protection\
fisheries and other the Federal courts, :sitting in their respective: To amend :Suction: ((58; of Chapter II, Laws of 1 subsequent cl'ttiol to ratify or reject suchConstitution to be found in the :State, a large Iroportill
purposes.Assembly \
bill No. ((53: : To provide a Chap circuit, citizens: of Florida charged with violating Florida. being to the
thOl.It't.tioll laws of the tinted States. By 11 Ir. Nattiel-Assembly hill No. 2(57( : By Mr. Bryon of Orange'Assembly hi peculiarly uI1111'11 1111'
lain for the Lunatic Asylum. The hills No. 28(5( : '0111'111ielilll: .8, Chapter ( I.m-TIII'I\; ,' 11111'urly: elnhh',
Senate bill No. 1m( : Forthe I relief of henry( following : were passed! ;: For the relict'ofgeo. 11.11uv's. "
Jerfiigan, of Walton county, Flor lla. :Senate (bill No. 187 : To grant certain I The following hills were passed; : Laws of and The hinje, Compact Jto Senate bill No. 157 : In relation to thejllegal lands to the East: Florida Uailway: Company.Assembly Assembly: bill No. 102: : Regulating duties By Mr. Cot.per.lssemhlybill!! No. 287 To make these lands worthy of C.I KXAMIXATIOX -
amend 2 of an act relating to :State JRfll.
bill No. 210 Tocou'limi the certain otlicers.Senate t''lol .
: : or- of county
employment of laborers!! and : ganization of Jacksonville, :St.: Augustineand : bill No. 1H : To prevent the Improper attorneys!',. 'hall'r tlf! .Lawsof Floride, approved .. .
Halifax River Railway Company, and living together of certain persons. AMI
\\*.; ."I"\\", Febuarv 1(5.( By Mr. S leer-.lsst'nnbly bill No. 288 : Tu
to grant certain ferry privileges to said com Senate::: bill No. 125 : To change: the seat of
The following bills introduced : : of an act to establish ferry : HKTTi.KiisPurchasing :
were : ; pall '. government from Tallahassee iainesville; Ilunt t'l.tol : : I
By : Ir. Wulkl'r-Ot'III\\:: \ No. :222!: : : To Senate: bill No. b'50: ; : To compel the several Alachua county I Fla., or other place to be 11'1'0"" Apalachicola/ river at the
amend Section 1 of Chapter' 3148 of the Laws! Tax Collectors: of this State to make propercmihtes .selected\ by the voters. town of Cliiittahoochee, approved\ March 2. land from this company are furnished
of Florida, approved March 8, IHin.I! !' :Senate bill No. 22:5: : : authorize T. .T, Davis Senate bill No. I IIS : Forthe relief of the To dissolve: municipal corporations: under the' (town government the town of Uailroad for and
it Co. to build a dam IIl'I'lIoHonth: Mosquito estate: of S. I). McDonald. circumstance therein stated and to provide! Madison, Florida. ; family personal l..tJ f
> creek, in iaddcii; countv. Senate No. bill 135:\ : T'llllak'lart'PII\. for the : /. -Assembly bill No. 2"X") : 'I'" to the station nearest the land purchased.T1TLF '
( governments nntluurize.1..1.
By )1 r. SpeerSeuatehiIIo.. 224: : Prohibiting trust u felony. I'all' Irani, of 1i'lI-Ilwoll: to build : COMPLKTK: :, derived by

!special\ : taxation in certain t'l\>;l'e.By :Senate bill No. 210) : To legalize! !the wills \'; February: 1 wharf from the foot of 'N(1 street, in grant from the United "llj and purchasefrom !
: SIlh'l
t 11 r. Tho.lllpiOIl-Rt'II\ll': bill No. 221 : of married \\ISI'I'\ the city I of Penueoln. extending into 1el"l.ciIa
The bill were introduced' : thi' State of Florida.CORIIKSPO.NDKNX'K.
To improvements, manufacturing 1011\ bay, to own and : the
\ bill No. 111! : To exempt II II'III"l'l':<4oforgllli1.1',1 Assembly bill No. 208. : manage I'IUI
I5y ) : !
and for other : to charge wharfage.
purposes.By and Fire and. Hook
Mr. Willard-,:Seiiale: bill No. :225: : '1'0IHlltllll and Ladder equipped of all I IN-quiringcounty judges to give hold withs''mnes..lssenlhjy 11\' 11 Ir" Fildes-Assembly bill No. 201 : To : : : SOLICITKD.
Companies: incorporatedcities
an act regulating the sale certain and town in this :State: from working : bill No. 2i0! : (orlht'PI'o. amend: I (Chapter 3110: of I the 1 Laws of Florida,
agricultural I products.By upon the public roadami: highwavsof: this Il' 'lill of taxpayers and the prevention of entitled an 1.t to allow ('t'rlllil (dealing in Descriptive) MACS and c'luci'i.Aus' mailed onapplication. j
Mr. Mai lory-:Senate: bill No. 22(5: : Inrelation State. crime. general merchandise! to sell .','rillil drugs \ i

to land grants made and to he made Senate Lill No. 2'')II! : To authorize I the ap-( B)' 11 r. luttgherty-.1rclnblybiiI No. 270': without: having,. to,pay. 1 special/ license tax ,, <. .IiAS. U'\, .i.r.t."\"i.-'d>,
m at the present: session: of the legislature.: .IIIilllllll'lI t of Notaries I'll"lit'. To incorporate the Mac Spring' Orange e tit therelur, approveu .'lIrt'l n, A. 1'. iBJ.; and Commissioner.Olllee .
Uailroad t '
The following bills were passed : \ \tlalli By Mr. bill No. 21)5) :
Senate bill No. (Authorizing!:! : the Board 1111,11\ WlloIJ-\"ll'mhlv
' Senate bill No. 17."i; : For the assessment of Commissioner' : ofStatoiiiMitutions:; i I to ('11I- r. Jibbs-: : No. 271 : Iorthe'protection 'l amend Section 1 of an act: to provide for cor. Beai'h std Seventh HI,. j

! and collection of revenue. additional medical assistance the of farm \tenants. the erection of mill* and ether water machiiiBy 10-tf I. .... .
ploy : at -- -- -
Senate I hill No. 18(5( : For the relief of Bob- By 1f r. Imitlcr-.lssembly bill NV.. 272 : For civ.
State asylum for indigent lunatics.: Tin': rN .OIt111A E
crt Allison, of Suwance county, Florida. Senate bill No. tii2 To the mode the reliel'if Win. A.iles.! 1 )1 r. Dougherty-Assembly! bill No.
: : regulate
1'lIaltltill: No. 1)3!): : For levying a tax for By Mr.I :Speer-.lssentbly! bill No. 273 : To 12"ti I : an act entitled an act to provide .
ofexceptitdtn the charges: eireuitconrtjudges laws.Assembly 'oUIllt ) I IMPUOVKMKNT) : : COMPANY.lVrniiiMlliiii
for the
the years8Sl and 1882.Senate to juries provide publication "I Ihl of ('lrl"'ltolllllil to rl'ow
: bill No. 110 : To have harbor masters bill No. fj' : regulate thecatchingand prescribe their geneal
.Substitute Senate 'hill powers nlil
: : for No. :21!! : To keep lll"ilil'
!! of the State appointed! by the /governor. in good rcpairtht'ruUl.altd: high : ill this : killing of hog 1IIIIIJ.( at large.Tmmsiuv By :Mr. DoughertyAssembly' ) .
Senate bill No. 201 : To amend sections 3, State. ways 2)2! : For the relief 6f'fis. !!. A. 1C.: Sealey.By ,

5, 0. l.f:{, 10. :2i 11), :32.: 41 and 47, and to repeal Assembly!I hill No. :205' : To authorize State "February>' 21. )1 r. 1)otgmcrly-lssemblybillNu,293; :
M-ctions 27, 38 and .')'.) Chapter' 1(581( } of the attorneys: compromise certain claims.Aseii The following bills were introduced : In rt.laliol to an act entitled an act to provide TomiN 1C. II. blue,
Laws of Florida. ; .. < No. :275! : To fur the creation of corporations, and to '
bly hill No. :2OI! : For the adoption By .11' lerrv-\ : I'I"IIill .\.d < .' .
Assembly hill No. IM,) ; To a III l'l sections. of a child ,by Martin I.. )Douglas and his wife, r'rll\.it\ 'pointl+sent of boards ii prescribe their jt'Ilrlll"\'rl and liablltics.
:2, 3 and 4 of an act entitled an act to incorporate Martha Jane Douglas.Assembly : in cities and IOWII'I11 this :State:: containing The followsng bills were passed : .

the :St. Johns Ar Lake KuMi: Uailway bill N.I. !IJ!)>< : To authorize timegovernor three hundred or more registered 1 I Assembly hill No. 253: : To repeal an act

CnIIm 'ally. to appoint a chaplain to the convict I voters. approved 1 February 21. 1872
Substitute! for Senate bill No. llKi\ : In relation cam n.Assembly. By 11 r. Conant-Assembly bill No. 211 5 : Assembly bill \u. 25 : Toprohihit' time stilt. to Lessees!! and Purchasers a large

t to tilt payment P1Ltssucyorut': taxes in : bill No. 21$) : To prescribe( the To amend an act to incorporate the Presbyterian of intoxicating liquors within two miles of number' of the most! eligible and desirtmleI'ptn
? this State who compiled the agricultural statistics manner ill' which counties shall MIC and lie Church at Jacksonville, approved 1 I any camp ground tae,l for religious wurslulplill suitable1 for UU-lilll'/: Purposes for
for the vears 1877 and 1878.!:! sued.Assembly" :March 2, 1810. this State. (City -\1111'111:\ Ht"lll'Ilt'( ,

)', Assembly bill No. 175 : To clear the title bill No. :23!: : For I the r('litfif By 1t Ir. Wilkinson! -Assembly "ilOi. 277:: Senate bill No. 108 : To authorize PeterThompson
.( to certain lands in St. Johns county heretofore county otlicers.Assembly For the relief of Charles' .\II'It'rsll, Marion of Levy county, to take hargo UPON KASV: TKUMS.Liberal (: .

; sold by the trustees of the internal improvement hill No. 151' : To provide for calling cswuity.by of and,l manage hUetatc.

fllllti.I out the organized and enrolled militia of )[r. :\l'Wnll-\o'Ilhly Ii No. 278 : li"t.tlIItH) on Values allowed to
Substitute for the :Senate bill to establisha : this: 1th'lo aid the civil authorities.Assemhly For the relief of Samuel:\ :Sheppard: of Putnam -- parties IIIUlllf\llrlll or Industrial

: bureau of immigration) for the State of bill \o.I 12.5. : For the rt'lil.fllf county.By Clr'uU: C'ourt olds.' IJnllcd NIuU'K, t'"ll'rrjol', UI the propcrty -
Florida and to repeal an act to establish a )Dr, K.; C. iol'toll. of Polk county.Assembly :Mr. Fildes-.Issemiuhilyhulh- (.2iJ! : "rorlhern DUtrict ol'1'lorldn..Ianb11uFX purcliasvd sul.stantlul improvementsfor

I. bureau of immigration and promote the : hill No. 184'I"i 1 ; authorize executors the relief of K.: M. (Cook of CIII"llll'l t'OIIlI'. : }Hweivcr, 1TlllNniT r.i'lt'lt.t., or in which to conduct their
I sett lenient of the :State: lands, approved I March: administrators!! !having an interestin By )Ir. Tippin-.\! t'llll. "i I : folltr. I business.INDrCKMK.VTS.
7f 187! the estate which they represent to purchase To fix the pay of 11'lIIllllfll legislature, 'fl: Ari..t tTie, ( Wr.r 1/1 hl"I '/! : : { TO MANIFArriTU-) (
Senate: bill No. 217 : To lix thepay of members'and the property of:Mich( l..talt'lit Public' and ofllcrrs fulllm'ht"Ilwrelf.Jh' \ i'J..t J JTOTICK Kits: by eu'ltul fora {'rlor \1"from
attaches of the legislature.: :Mr. --Assembly I '\1' \ taxation, ( the cities and
.I present all'. II'rl,1
[ Assembly: bill :\0.71 : To amend section 4of 1 .\I'IIII,1\'IJiII! : l'irtime rehiefuf 1'cterCuss. bill *Nu. :281!. : To authori/.e the c'"IIl''III.. : 1 IS JIlm01': :', 'IAT towns. .\ It'V'rlt
1 llIJ. (
_, :
an act approved February: 1872: allowing ( 'iinjiriitti'tliiini; -.\. W. Owens, to be Stateattorney missioners to grant leave to 1lli.ilt to wl1 t.l' riroull
from the
s' 4 the voters of the :several'counties of the for the- Fourth Judicial Circuit erect mill dam, bridge, and ferries a'>" '- "III'JIY. : CIIAS. W. LKWIS: Agcul.ytrOtlieecur. .
; city of Fcrnandina Cedar Kt'.11I tin; State
State to locate! their'county sites. :Sampson: Altman, to be sheriff' ; John M.Caldwcll "|14111,1 across the streams of their re of Florida, and all its property, rights, franchises liciti-li A 7th !sts.. I.'t'rllll1ltll.
Senate dislirielive
bill No. 185 To enforce
: a to be clerk ofl' n'lIitt'I"lrt ; Henry "pr'i t l is. immunities and Ifi-tf
: wrapping and proper labeling) of preparations Stewart: to be county judge of Hamiltoncounty. By Mr. Canova--Assembly "i No. 22 : that it, I'rivil'J'o, may: hereafter be IlIh'n'lt
of morphine. To establish I'\ : 'ltit.1t"
: authorize William Taylor. to
I '
; at auction, lu the highest .V ( O.'S
Senate bill No. 2-21: : Prohibiting special ferry across the :St. Johns river public canT.1
1 /1'01
taxation ill certain cases.Senate fn M. Johns county, to (he at the' general ,1,1 the said Atlantic, 011' .
I'it'olatl. '
1 bill No. tai : To amend sections 1 FKIUVY, February 20. my or :St. Augustine road leading to Tallahassee. .t West India 'mll.lt ( '1111:1): in the ........ ..t..........t..,. .... ...
and :2 of UK act entitle.! an act regulating the The! following bills wore itlnsluceslfly : I 1 I Fernaiidina, Florla. ," day of t
mode of suing out writs of error and proecutmg Mr. Cole-Senate bill No. Ii : For the I The following bill were passed: April.( 1"1.I at 'cod. in the forenoon of i i. Ji r I.'IU''I.IZI.I: : r"; I.
sale i to
said Tbe
of collet-tor rt'H'IIIfllr
coiupcnsation of a
day. pursuant
territory! appeals of Florida in court, approved of appeal.February of I the 17, extra services' rendered I in the year 1877 and I careless.Assembly use hilOi-urllts 228.on: the Tn prevent high the .It'cr.'of the Circuit (Viurt of the. United ...: ............ ,. ..t........ ".....:....

1832.Senate: Ih78. 1"1lic States, for tJ :-Oorthcr District of Flotla.
Mr. :\ bill No. 23 SJ! To ways. rendered ( IS TJ II': IHMTrnniNo
bill No. 1JW : To amend an act making By l'L'C.'r--\"lIah' : Assembly bill :-Ou. 211 : Ucquiring: transportatinii 111 'UII"
provide for the preservation of record and J. B. C. DIIKW: ,
: eiuutytreasnrerstreinmrerofthesehls4i (crnnl4tnhw to forward) freight ,by
vouchers/ in the otlicu of the If h20-1 w. Special Master. for FALL OAUDIN.S:
i fund I in their respective counties, approved comptroller.' 'Mich lines, routes, 1'nllet'tinns. ltrlJ
February. 17, 1877.J The! following bills were 1':1"It..Io..cIIIIlr : Assembly 'hill No.I 201 : To authorize J. -- -- I JL not only 1 lort'C..t j plant f.Mxl, "lt wil
4 Senate) !bill No. 100 : '1'., Ul\l'IlIll''C..tion) 2 of .\! 'bill No. 127: : For the relief ofI 11. Jcrock to establish and run a public ferry Rust Notice to TII* I'uyerM. : keep all insects at I respectful distance.

i jin act to provide I for the revenue for common ). )[. Hammond of Nassau county. between Cdar Key and the' land i of Ate- I will visit the following places at the For sale la any quantity, large or tlul,
schools:! in accordance with the consti: Assembly bill No. U0! : To amend Section tie (tie. time stated below for the purpose of receiv and country orders delivered F'lti: : 11

t tUI Approved' June :24, ISO.j. .\ Chapter 3KXi, lawn of Florida approved Assembly bill No. 101 : To authorize the lug the State and county tuxes assessed fur bats or cars. Vegetable rw.'I. THY IT.
Senate bill Ko.; 184' : To amend the sixth March 7. l"i9. construction of a IMKUII or 1"1.mi theSuwanets the 18HO 1 : JOUU & CO..
nection of Mil act providing; for the rl. itra- {%?n.tirlltJ/i'm-JollII .\. Henderson, to he river.Assembly. Odoiii'n year Hrulrh........Momlay Feb 1 Ikl (51 3m K W. lay :St., Jackll'I. Flu.

lion of ('h'C'-tol'lllllll the holding t'lt.tiuIIl, State :attorney for the Second Judicial Cir bill No. I IIH I : For HIP relief of Ferry...... ......Tueesday "
cuit. KillJ'1
i, approved; u>t ()i. lhW. Dr. M. J. IWIolge.Awciiibly I ,' Creek..lVIslutselav 1 IJli XOTIt'K.
senate Mil NIL i*> : To enlarge the' equity the 'hill No. ill : Tn r"Juln' shcrill's ill lfthlll.'llft1' : h Parties who JI.n.ll.t'l grunted the privUlee
I'roceedlnu* of .tmteinbly.HUTHIUV
I jurisdiction: of the circuit .'. of the State\ of timid l and other
'"1'1" 'Clutllhh'all county judged in tl.t several Brandy .. .. I""fli killing fpmll
1 of Florida.Senate( February' 10. counties nf the Mate: to keep a recordof Callahan, ...........JSatunluy I t ohart's game ul IrtIIJ, a* well u* all ttheI
Mil No. 104 : To incorporate the The following bills were introdncfu i: tmeematsehttrgtrlby thNI Itond........MondayCoiieville : l lttrsm'pIm. art disfontinue tbe pruc.tic .
:Spring Garden and :St. John ImprovementCompany. Bv Mr. Morgan-..\oC."IIII.ILill No. :yvi : Assembly hill Su.2t't: To rt sbro'idum-' C (morn.)....Tuesday 2 uIlakcrville. *-. as I don't wish them killtil nut to
Tu limit the time within which suit or proceeding bus Cohran, will was convicted) of aHult to (IUHIII)...Tuesday I dJI JAMI'I'.O'NIILI.: C
.Senate' hill No. 121 : For the relief of Wil- for dower may .be commenced.By commit murder, to full rights nf( Amelia. (OvfiiIng.Wfdnesdav) t h -. -

Hum Marsou.SMinte :Mr. lrKi\lufllI-\tot'JII""' }' ',illOu.. A-.-mblv tiOi. 231 : F'ur .jt7.'I.hll. I will >, at my olllce in Frnandina onTucdryr FOIl NAI.K.
bill No. 1"-1)- : ,For the' redemption J.VJ : Ti repeal| an act approved f tfbruary. .\u.U"IU". J. frl ItI Thurlays and unlays, when -
I luii'U sold! fir taxes, and to quirt title* there' H'2.| entitled an act tu alter sections 12. 13: 'lhl.\' No. I 117 : For the payment not on I collecting tour in the country, ulti IKIIAIlJ.1) : 1IOUHK: CONTAIVINU

fur. and 14 of an act approved: .\1III..t fI, 18 W, of witnex-K-4 in certain 4aAxMtrnbly **-*. March I, At which lilt my)' I'fuk b A live room, wll n/f.t'| front Piazza.
Senate bill No. lf fit : To amend an act concerning to: provide for organizing and disciplining, hill No. 2>M: For the publica- dOI, and all on whl" large Yard, t JNlc1 and' Bananu
fireibleentry and unlawful detainer, the militia.llv ( i tiouof notice of Mppluntiort to iwll realM- remain unpaid Ir\lfIY wI\ & Tretikiitmlly h* it 'l. ,ncu&1, | ttlt ttr.
approved February I, ISfj!',. Mr. McCrary A-emblv hill \.t. ;254 : I IFor'the I I tale .by ..'.UtCl" or adiiiinlstratopi when W. F. HnT.Colley-tor. For furthrr'Jmartkwtrn, & .hl.
.ts tmubly bill N u. Ill : Fur the relief of relief of the hciw of B. ('. I L';wi", .P. jarticii are non-re-(411w| State or th.ir .'tr8IUlnl. February :tl I, office. V..- -fr

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of the best patronized }Florida resorts! this There i is now more inquiry for vessels to Webster's tlnuliridffcil (Dictionary recently
wwH/fc llatlroad.We .
,J. {f-, !to.00.l- I'IAh;-$f.YJ 1l S/X''ITJ' \ / easoi,." load with lumber at this port coastwise than undcrMund\ tlrtt the formal) openingof is Issued!believed, In the to be quanity the largest of matter volume it contains published -,

I __ _. ___ A sto'kholtlel'1lI1el'tlng of the Santa Fe there, has been for !''I'crall'k the I''rllnmiJackson'lIle\ \ Railroad .

;" "iL'; Local Ucjlcctlon. Canal Company will l he hl..ltllLt Waldo MM _.__u. will take place \)" 'tlic; loth:> inst: It will "surprise' many readers know thatit
". .U r. Cameron and the amount ol matter
.' the 15th invt. ltrty.lion. contains eight times !
J Faster comes on April 17th. Dr. J. U. Palmer and Mr.( Leech went out .Simon: Cameron and, party, who are To relehntc. Vhis Important event, It. is contained I in the Hihle, being MI llcieiu sell for to
proposeil to .lvft\e. and that usually!
: grand jubilation, an 1211I11.'olumcs
make 75
Real estate Is at present at Nassau think of
advancing (in Fernandina. gunning and ) returning to
on Wednesday bagged twentytwo vocabulary comprises" over
each I
extensive : )
programme I has!(,(arranged, embracing $12
tore new houses arc needed for renting quails and sixteen snipes. Florida in a Jew weeks. It is reported) that a in which from Jacksonville 11 ,(IJUO words: ((4.f;<.H) of which have recently-
regatta yachts
t Venus will be an evening star until M'ay 3. The Hotel Reporter nays : "After 3la _. St. Augustine, Brunswick! and Savannah It has a new Hiographical 1)ietiuuarygiving )
Our shell road should be thoroughly repaired. has there will he a rush to Florida, and the concerning i !9,700
lit fie 67 n 6.At are expected to pall ; sports, In the brief important facts (

hotels there will be crowded.: the mooting of the rifle club} on last shape of sack races, wheelbarrow! races, hurdle noted persons'
No111Vebster! a
1 The Memoir! of
merchandise of the There Is
store connected
Our home interests areconstantly: being der with the Dutton Mill Tuesday evening, there was! quite a large jumping, donkey races, tug of war, etc., brief history of the Knglish I language, PrinciMcsnf -
veloped. Hon. John Lynch, attendance. 'fhe (prizes were won by Mrs.( etc. The special feature of the day will be a Pronunciation, Lists of 4KX Scripture -

The Arredondo section will ship vegetablesnext proprietor, was sold at publicsale in Fernandina 1'V.. Simmons and \Ir. ( eo. I n. Oiichrist.Annlvernary grand illumination and! pyrotechnic displayon Proper Names, 1O, )tO. GeographicalNames ; !
: on the 1st. the 700 common Knglish Christian .
-- --- -- water.
week. Messrs. Howe and Gilsey returned on of JWici.suu Ltglit (1I.tlII. of Names, several pages of Proverbs, *c., a.vocabulary -
e The whole affair is now in the hands of Names of Noted Fictitious
Proud hearts and mountains always :
are from their
Tuesday alligator hunt the St.
on ery. competent) (committees and our citizens and Persons and Places, and many other valuable
barren. Marys river, having had considerable sport, The Nassau Light Artillery will celebrate visitors may' expect something novel and In fl'ahlrt.nil! of which, in a volume of

The spring birds now sing some of their and altogether an enjoyable time. their anniversary next Thursday, the 10th, teresting. 1,928! : pages, embellished with :3,000) Engravings : ; -

choicest songs.I'ayne's There is said to be a dead-lock in city by a reunion and banquet, at which the -----. ---- go knowledge.to makeup a great storehouseotuseful :

Prairie is to have a IItl'l1mhoatthe affairs, due to the fact that the mayor refusesto ladies, of the members! will be )present. From Personal. ; .- .
t coming season. sign the hill relating: to the payment of all)) indications the affair promises to be one C. B. Dibble, of Rosewood, was in our cityMoihlay New: .';'-.r"s..iu'II''i.: !

_.__ ________
taxes, as passed by the city council.It of thepleasantcst occasions that Fernandinaever 0" -
I Our young people should attend church is rumored that ns soon as the Fenian- enjoyed' and is looked forward to with Mrs. Schuylcr Crosby was n guest of the SAW MILL, LAND't'J, j

more regularly. dina &; Jacksonville Railroad is completed keen )pleasure! by the soldier; boys. Kgmont; on last! Saturday AND

1 The Kgmont Hotel has been full of guests several new dwellings will be erected in Fer- ____ u u_ __ __ Mrs. General Robert) Anderson! was a guestof ;ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE.

during the past week. nandina by Jacksonville merchants Jtenpect tlic Sabbath Day. the Kgmont Hotel on Saturday& lost.Hon. ,

Forty-two passengers by the steamshipVarondtlet Quite a quantity of bananas: and shells arc The authorities) should! look after the boys!: Win. M. Roach(: of New York, with -

y. for Nassau. brought over by every steamer of the Nassau who create disturbances!: on the streets Sun his daughter, )is a guest of the Kgmont Ho rilllK: undersigned offer for.sale the

Florida strawberries are selling in New line The fruit is very tine, and the shells day nights.! Last Sunday night, as members tel. Saw Jl111 at Dutton,
t of Methodist: Captain Jas. C. Post! t, ('aptainV.. L. Fisk
York at $ 2.50 quart. are of all sizes, colors: and quantities.The congregation, after service,
per steamer Florida arrived Fernandina wcroon their way !home, they were followed and :Mr. A. Hlaisdell)) are stopping at the Kgmont. : Transit Railroad, near Fernandina,
I A terrapin farm near Fernandina would
Wednesday night at 10 o'clock, and sailed up Sixth street by a gang of boys, who indulged t. 320 Acre! of Fertile Land,

pay a.handsome income. .< for Savannah Thursday morning 8o'clock.: in the bad taste of singing songs: hallooing C 1 K.Sargent, passengeragent ofthe Louisville With an j

The steamer Florida arrived on Mondaywith She had good passenger lists both ways. and boisterous talking, greatly to the and Nashville Railroad \\asin town

eighty passengers.A The raiload hands, under the skilful direction discomfiture! of those who respect the Sabbath this week. Orange, Grove ot'2OO Tree

basket of strawbcrires! is called the first of those who have charge of unloading da. _. .. Colonel C. 11. Allen and! 11(r. Hinchman, The Mill is in l first-class order. A tram
blush of the'virgin spring. and loading freights, can ,do as much -- -- of New York passed through our city on road extends three miles into a fine tract of
Nassau Property for Sale. Saturday timber. Dwelling House, Store, Blacksmith
pr. Richards,of Arredondo, is selling straw. work in day as any sot of men in the South. Stables and for employes! on
The Dutton mill located Shop, quarters
thirty-six miles! I' II. Kalblleisch, son of ex-:\htyor Kalbfleisch -
berries at 50 cents quart. The arrangements for the celebration of the place.
from Fernandina, on the line of the Tcansit of of the
: Brooklyn, was a guest Kg
of the of the Fernandina & Jacksonville
Mr. Win. Lawtcy went to Port Royal l last opening Railroad, together with all buildings, some mont on Wednesday.Mr. ,;:?" I'rlce Very Low tier ('a h.
Railroad the 15th inst.
week to look after his steamer.: on are now throe hundred acres! of land and an orange M. Williams: of Jacksonville, was W. B. C. DURYEE: ,
progressing, and an interesting time is as FRED W. HOYT.
Rev. Dr. Myers preached a very interesting sured.A grove of some two hundred trees is offered in our city early this week.Ve understandMr. 15-"" Fernandina.In .

discourse on last Sabbath. for sale. The location is good, the mill in Williams will rl'IIIOhi,. family to this ___ 0__ ._ __. -- ----
party of hunters went to High Point,
The Western Texas left Jacksonville on Cumberland Island, during the past week good order, and with the expenditure) of place.J. Circuit Court Fourth Judicial :

yesterday for Nassau and Mntanzns. and killed several deer. They report the some money in buildinga tranr-way into the :M. WOflll\fIt, general IIg'Jltofthe Ixjuis-: Circuit. Nassau!" County, Fla. ;
pine foie DONALD :McKAY, 1 Mortgage -
The truck farmers on Amelia Island contemplate fish and oysters at Bunklcy's as being very ;
could be done. :Millmen who contemplate the week. on business connected withhis sure in Equity.FARLEY :' .
organizing: : a farmers' club. fine and delicious. coming to Florida would do well to examine line. : REDMOND.: J Notice of :Sale.;

Think out In a few more days it will Our telegraph manager, Mr. C. W. Maxwell : i is that in
hereby glen
this: property) before purchasing else) Miss! Annie M.[ Hanu-s, editor and proprietor NOTICE I
only be forty minutes to Jacksonville. has been unusually busy of laic. Helms a decree; made in t the above entitled I
where. of the Acanthim
a literary published
had to work early and late III order to i paper action, whereby it was ordered, ad I
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Thirty-eight from Matanzasand at Atlanta, has been' spending several that there due
passengers Marine jll.t ',l'llllI\llh''I'C11 I was front ;
give dispatch to the business! of his ollice News
Nassau by steamship City of Austin.& : days in our place.; said<< Redmond/ to said :McKay, on the 3d day of '" I
.f The Steamer ? ..1,1111.4 had .
which is increasing daily '( seventy-live
1880 certain note and
July a mortgage
upon ;
Mr. Richards, who has had the contract
: .. An 'American hotel will bo one of the possibilities Mr. K. B. Halliday, assistant! engineer of / on hcrSunday:; trip. given by said Redmond to one 1'. I). Whitney I

at Havana for another winter. the Peninsular Railroad, was married to :Miss: The steamer! HrMgiton arrived] Saturday on the Fernandina & Jacksonville. Railroad, on the 3d day of June, 1870( upon certain i
driving piling, was an old employe of the hereinafter described the
premises sum
Bright skies and mild atmosphere favor Koerner, daughter of Major I' "'. O. Kocr- night! with sixty passeii! crs. New York Elevated, HuilwlI '. of three hundred duliars.-with one hundred 'II

the pleasure seekers in the "Land: of Flow ner, chief engineer of the Transit: Railroad, The revenue cutter Ilondi'dt was in porton Charles Dickieand) family) ol'Xew York, and I lily dollars interest up to said date" and r'

crs." Wednesday last, :March 2d. Sunday.:; that the premises described in said mortgagehe ;
Dr. John T. :Mason and wife ot'ew York
sold said indebtedness '
to satisfy together
The Methodist' church has been well attended The steamer 1'lnm )had quite a nice partyto
Fernandina to have )
ought a government
, Misses[ Jolfnes, Miss Hannah. Bennett andMiss 1 with all costs! t: fiesund charges attending the
i t I ; building for the custom-house and post- during the winter, and has received Duujicnes's; on last Saturday.The ( Mailli-r, of Newburg; New York, J David proceedings! in this action, I will sell in frontof
j office. large number of new members in Jhe(church bark Iiiivyene, faun master, arrived the Court-IIou.se dour in 1 Fcrnandinu.Nassau .
:Mrs.( Geo. H. of New York
Young, Lothrop ,
t"r Rev. Mr. Atkins has worked hard and faith on Saturday with 2,.">(00 sacks;: of salt and t d County t Florida, at 12 M.( on the 4th
fir Uunk1c '. of High Point, .Cum erlUlHt Wm. G. Swunn and wife, Milwaukee, will lay of April, 1881. all the right, title and
fully and thus received lib reward thirty tons of l'i ;iron, ccn! Island, killed an otter last: week that measured ; arrive lit the Kgmont:: dining the coining interest tit'stud Farley Redmond: on the ."\\I!
A line of steamers: between Brazil and \ She. will bu loaded with lumber day of June' 1870, together with all equity
six feet Halifax, has been organized! The Dominion and cotton seed. week. _________ ____ redemption. in and to the following described :

* Thevegetablegrower is now busy. There and Rrazalian governments each granted u --. -. .-- .1Iu t't'Ied.IItmumu'.tYKoKaxKitAt. )premises, to-wit :

will bo a larger area planted this year than subsidy of$((0,000( for slIch service. The company The Carondelet. : the residence of half A mile certain from lot King's of; land Ferry, being, living/about in T. 4 one-N.,

'' over before. will havo capital of$500,000. The steannhip! CiiroiuMet, Captain' Hock, the bride's parents, on March( :2. 1881 by the R :25 1:., and conveyed in a deed from Ern
! Rev. 0. 1'. 'hadlIrll;: l Edward: I Halliday.of estine A Ihcrtlt"' \ Redmond
to \ and
The Weortl'rTaaB brought 1,100 bars of arrived from New'nrk on Sunday, tailing Farley ,
The Hotel Mall says : Commendation and St. Nicholas. Flu, and Hiss( Anna ImraKoerner
railroad Iron for the firm of R. O. Cook it 'In the afternoon of the II1I1Htay., for Nassau, of Fernamlina, Fla. recorded October 25th, 1873, in Book N, pae)
praise of the l Kgmont:; Hotel.Fcrnandinn, continues 441, of Nassau County Record of Deeds, un 1
li; Son, of Highland, Fla. to be heard 011'ery bide. The general with the following)) / passenger; list : described as follows : Beginning at 'a pun

Captain Wickliffo Yulec has been sick verdict is: that there is not u fineror 11 Ir. Rauprie and wife, Miss IIllIprle.Ii: .. TheFeather.. tree near Woodstock Creek and on the line
Hoffman: Mrs. Mangam.; Miss Manvam( :: LlM.'\I. OIlsKUVATIOXS.FKUM of land owned bv Adam Armstrong, and
for several: days past, but we are glad.to hear u more attractive resort in magnolia 1tr.V.. Hoffman and wife, Gco. P.Titus : :; >IX\., Fi.v., February 20, 1881. running North 415 East, 50 chains, to u pinein I
he Is now convalescent. land. and wife Miss Bennett, )1i..1'itn11'4.!: : A.F. -- a pond ; from thence in u southwesterly
Johnson Dr. Hutchison and Mrs. 1 sso.--j-is"I| I. direction said
party through pond, along the (cen
The ladies of the Presbyterian church met )[ Welch of AirBrake --
;,, r. Wcstinghouse Juan ('"rolll. C. K.: D.tvisi r. Bennett and tre of a brunch of said Woodstock Creek,
on l last Monday afternoon and organized a Company) will complete his work for wife, A.I'. Irvin R. L. IrvinV.. S ford, --0----1--1"------1--1----' I ; I ; to a pine nearVuodstock) Creek, and one
Foreign Missionary Society. the Transit Railroad next week, and from U.S. Sprague; "'. IIl1tdl n-oll.I'l::. f H. Webster chain from it to place of beginning contain

r .lt'ssrs.gnew. it Co., contractors on the thence he will go to Macon, where he will and wife, Dr. Hutchinsou and wife) John L. Saturday--; ) : ;--fi9- -50--50G2 7'2- Fair.Sunday ing thirty-two and ninety-one one hundredth
Vunck and wifeV.. and Mrs.'anck. R.
I acres, being a part ot( the Nelson
V r>sGO! I 71 I 02 Hain.
Peninsular Railroad, commenced 'ing ironon do some work for the Macon & Brunswick Wllleston. Rev D. BhIlopIii: Willcston, ) U2 (141 Clea, (Grant: in Nassau County, Florida and described
their division on the 1st. Railroad. Mr. A. L. Willestou and wife Mr! Frank !! ::_ according to a survey made by 1' \\'.
Rtoddard. Mr. Cent and wife Mr. C. W.Huffand ; Oscar Koerner.
liY'----'I-'I- 7-13i-1
11 The steamer riant has averaged twenty Mayor Haley has received a letter of thanks wife.Death I -: -< I I-4 -I( Also, a certain lot of land} beginning at or

passengers south, and over twenty north, from Mr. Maltble, of New York, for the .- -- - --- t. h near the head Wooi'stock Creek, running
every day during the past week. interest taken and courtesies extended to him of Captain Crowcll. Tuesday; 1 02 i -1 82Ki:; 43--iO--CIt'nr---: along the course of said creek to a stake on

while hu was in ourcity in search of the hUlt). Captain Isaac Cro\\'II.!! so well and favorably Wednesday 2 (02 (i 44 70 Clear the line of land sold! to Gus: Underwood;
When Lake Okeechobeo and the Ever-: from thence
Thursday 3 (02 i 7t 54 71i 'alr. North 43: East, 21 chains 50
,, C glades ere drained, Florida will bo able to of his brother-in-law. Butler, who was known at all our Southern ports, died of Friday 4 00 82 42 m J'air.o links to a pine on the back line of the Nelson
supply the whole country with !sugar! drowned in Amelia sound. consumption, at the resilience of Jig \\'. JtYoung --o-: ": ._'_:"C: 0 _-:-: ___ Grant: from thence along said line of

shows that in this on Saturday last 'February Nelson Grunt 17 chains 40( links, to a a pine ;
1 Fcrnandiim chronology leap city, UU.'E.lien" :
Hotel is thence North 30
The Kgmont; being patronized by ast,13 chains: 18 links r..
the elite of the land and the most! fastidiousare year was 1880, and in the regular order of 271 h. a pine: from thence North 41 East, l J.I t
rernandlna.llllill .
? events, will not return until 188$, hence the Captain Cruw ell was born at Capo Cod, and of chains 10 links to a stake in a (creek; from
with this hotel.
delighted o a
gem to )have been between WVTER.Saturday thence along the route of laid creek to tin-
29th day of February not appearing in the his: ute| is supinised(
of : : March .i..11:30.: \.u. 11:50: M. l'ialcl'oo.tstock Creek from thence
)Ir.o'. B. Pupy, general freight agent ; aloe
relations ..
He had
recorded Iirt '-r r'c and no
calendar, business transactions on sixty years Sunday, (5. OG": said Woodstook Creek to place of bejrinninjT
Railroad has been absent the
Transit ;
the that day arc subject to cancellation that were known to him. He was for Monday, 7...... 0-17": 1:10": being; situated T. 4 N, R. :21 Kin' Nassau
greater portion uf the week in Middle Flor- many years in command of the steamshiplliDitwillt Tuesday, S. 1:". :.OS" County, Fla.. and! being I part of the Nelso.i
.' ida., Fernandina will bo a more attractive resort Wednesday! U.. 2:11": ; ::1:07": (,rant, containing forty-six acres ".
of the Black Star -Line, between more ( r
than ever this summer. New schemes Thursday, 1)11.> ..... ::1:40": 1:01" less. p
,Captain I). E. Maxwell! has, during the are on foot for developing its: attract ions. New York and Savannah. Of late years he Friday, U. ..:;JI"; 1.57 C. L. ROHIXSON') ,

'3 past week been giving his personal supervision from vas! identified with Mallory's line of steamships 15-lt 1J'CialIa.tcr..
Our people do not have to go uwuy
to the work on the Peninsular Rail to Florida and Texas, and hail com- K.NTEKFHFeb. : :
t, homo to reach u pleasant bunuuer resort, :27-S. S. (.tr'III.ll'It'IlIt'k.l'W York.
.; road. and they ought to acknowledge this bless : minded every ship on these lines.) For the Feb. :27-S. S. City of Austin, Stevens, Nas

Mr. C. W. Whitner has gone to Lochloosa, ing. past few years his health had been failing, till u. .
feeble for the few Feb. US-Hark (Hr.) Imogt-ne Holin Liver
r to tahe charge_of the rnnl'Oluof1kc temporarily and being quite post I ,
The rooms of the J': mont are spacious' pool.
the winter in Fer-
: months he
w while Mr. Koerner has leave of absence. was spending rLK.utii: .
ventilated and furnished ulldupholden..I
well elegantly :
nandiiui. Desirous of \'iilitingas..uu, he
Febr 2 >-Sch. Anita, Stimuli Martinique.
and the table i is not inferior to took passage on the !steamship: City ofAu tin, Feb. 2!'>-Hark Martha( P. Tucker, Tucker, This space reserved for
Htrahl "The United
The Quincy says : any in Florida. The best judges of the merits to Cuba and :Jianay. A. R. NOYES
and extended his trip apparently GROCER AND SHIP CJIAXDLEI
States 'tasting committee' was in Quincy Feb. 2S ..,. P. St. Johns! l :.
of a first-class hotel admit that the .:g. : Vogel, Charleston.
strength until to the who is too to
was gaining up busy write
an advertisement.
and most of the
last Tuesday, sampled liquor tth
he excelled
mont cannot Washing
1 time of returniug from Mutanzas t. when it Feb. 2H-Sob. Silas 1' Evans: Sylvanus,
In town
ton city. was noticed that he was growing weaker, and New York,
I The vessels in port on Wednesday displayed The Methodist: church was well filled on last although very feeble when he arrived at this Marlh3-Seim, Edward MacDonald) N '\\'

.I their colors at half mast during the Sunday morning with an attentive colgregla port on Sunday's hteamer, lie was able to Haven IN PORT. .;

1 l hours of the funeral services of the I lateCaptain tion, a largo number of whom were children help himself, and no one supposed he was Brig oftredo. -

't Isaac Crowell. and young people. Rev.':\[Atkins! preached \'CTm.. He was taken to the residence of Bark Imogene.; .

The Gainesville Sun d- Ilea Hays: The vegetable an excellent discourse during which he gave: Mr.: W. J. Young, where every attention was Schooner Hark Martha Edward P. Tucker.Johnson. i if4r

s\ P crop of Alachua county is this year quite a number of Impressive illustrations given to him, and his every wish gratified. Hritish Schooner Ad. lia. T K YA -arC,, *!

probably 100 ,per cent. increase upon the av- easily comprehended by the children. lie I passed away quite suddenly during Sunday Schooner Emma .... hart.imunMENTs ,*f

erage of last year" Fernandina Is! growing, and the great activity night. The funeral I services! were held -Or W. LOHMANN'S

Mr. 1'V, O. Koerner, chief engineer of of the plaee'U! bringing into our midst on \\"t..hu'tl.taInornillg, Rev. Mr. Thai'karuotUiiating. Coastwise and foreign; (rom LVMBEB the port, of Fernandina. ",

the' Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad, many who contemplate) engaging in business The rt'maln'l'l'r,' followed! tn the for the month of February, 1881 : -FAMOUS r.

says that the road will be completed between here, and, us n consequence, houses are very grate by Mr. W. J. Young and wife and Mr. n ta..t W itt' ...?..,......2.249,000 feet

the 12th and 15th inst. scarce, and a large number will INS built the R. Smithwick uml \\ iff. :Mr. C. .\. Haley Fon-ijjn; .?.111,000 feet Prepared Flour. z

Much anxiety is felt for the safety of the coming bummer. Although many dwellingshave i war master of ceremonies, and Captains "'. Total l..........4.3UO.OOO: 7>et {

Emm C. LitchJielJ, and some have lately been built all have been taken, I, A. $.iitI trn. (I. \\". Tucker, \\". II. King tumidMtsrs. --

bark and doubt could be rentedif C. Hillyer and W. J. WU>M!war 1 tlESRY.S NoRrwicK, of Toleil,>, Ohio, ONLY FIVE
St. more CENTS:
her 11. lot She bailed from no many : says-.t frienll'rl'\'uilc..1. PER VOU.NJ6tf
I given up upon try an
The remains buried
0 >.. h' Buenos! A.n.ugu!>t 11, they were her. Every indication U good were j\ earvrs. were Onlv 1.11111..1," and I obtaintsl linnieili- s
Marya, since been heard from. She was for the futuw, and real estate I is graduallybut in the Episcopal ("'metl'r '. feat, |o IiUashes. ute re'.iv'f: from a racking; tough. I know the i
and has Pad helped me.-Ar .) /*-. -
In cliarjje ut Captain Thomas. barely advancing. AT OLD P. O. UU1LDINU.: #