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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 12, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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t VOL. III. FEUNANDINA FLA. SATURDAY, MARCH l 12, 1881. NO. 10.

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STATKXIMS.' that in the course of a year or so this! part vt The correspondent writes front the thrifty LLTTKlt I'UO.M LAKH' CITY. TIIK TAX Itll.L.

-- the State will be in direct communication! Crescent City, on })l1nlLa).:.., and says : L\KKCITY, 1"1.Iardl 8. .\1\ act for levying a tax for the years ISM

Columbia.The by rail with other :Slates:; For this! and the The large number resident, and the increasing To tfif KHtitr if the Mirror : and 1882:! :

season has been an unusually adjoining counties! of Hernando. Polk and flow visitors from Michigan I renders While I write, a: refreshing shower Is fall in The Sennit l'c'I'J'and V nftlif o1enf FluridarrprrrlI..l..
past hard break Iwafrom this .lutcmlily, dornnctaxfulluus ;
Manatee the dawn of and progressiveera it to attractive ing. It will be beneficial to the farmers and e
prosperous one for farmers in the sea-island a new and homirc-like little settlement. The SIXTMX: I I. Forthepurpereofsecuringan'

I" cotton belt, and they should take courage !is already perceptible in the largely increased greater exemption of the oranges! from the the ('arly'gl'tabl(' growers The gardenersare ; equal and uniform rate Ill tmtxntion, and topay

and economize upon the proceeds) of the late immigration and rush of prospectors ) effect of frost here, and thcgenuine welcome\ gathering peas forshipments.", : The other \ the appropriations for the current expenses
of
the State for the.cars 18S1 and
with which the visitor is invited! to "take
effort 'to ) the as the result of getting one or more crops: are lloin'r well The late frosts
crop and make a great produce and cat I is another attraction and inducement 18s::!, and for the ,general s fiool fund and
next crop without going into debt ; then roads: down the peninsula) in the near future to, remain have done no injury and handsome returnsare for the Interest on tbo bonded debt\ for Maid'

prosperity will dawn upon them, while anunnecessary Numerous prospectors and land hunters The older groves hereabout are just now expected I':ist )'l'ar's line 'iC'lcln\td the ycar, there shall bo Il'\'ll'clIlI'OIl the real ami

expenditure\ or extravagant use arc in Hernando cututty--quite number of coming into profitable) bearing, tune vary in good price obtained for sea island cotton in for personal the property of the tlinl'rl'nt ('tumult its,
1881 1
year a lax of eight mills
11:111hUll. upon
size from :2,000! or 3O)0lrees tOilS :
I of the present means, will )leave the countryno whom is: from Tennessee! and 1 Kentucky.They dreds): or an average, say, of t five hundred in this county, have encouraged the farmersto the dollar, and for the year I 1882: a tax of

I better off.( -There is increased interest generally express th'I1I'I'l'\ as!; well trees. Take one of the latter number as a rcneivedexerttun They lire all in a better eight! mills upon( t the, dollar. /VntiVftthat

I' in business here All the machinery this pleased! and some' are tryim;; to buy,-Mr. and you will find it in its most praeticat condition financially; than at any time since if the governor should discover from trio
i in that of Burton it l Harrison, called aggregate assessment of I the (property( of the
form
locality is being utilized, and I employment) II. 1'ope Culbreath has sold his place on Old Glen Cove just on the outskirts of! the village. the war and will he able to plant more State\ 1\1111..011I. other sounes of rcu-nue, the

:i is given to quite u )large number of opera Tampa Hay- to :\le1( ; rl! Williams; & Smiltz.\ largely than heretofore. The average of sea rednition of the eight mills Mnfctaxnf I 188:*

tst tive" The price of lumber iscmtsinglumber-: : These gentlemen have also bought the Hart They came hero in 1M1: fl'lll11lIhnl1lL: Isiundcettonmvillbelargely increased. This to seven mills will justified, he is hereby

) and to in without\ capitalHurton\ himself a true type is decidedly a white man's authorized to direct the collector of revenue
men to expend more in obtaining round tim place, they propose engage largely county county ; collect mills State
seven tax for 1882.!
full of force and
of his
people, carryingseven '
timber is i cut the business.-Xnnlanrf Tribune. there are a great many negroes, but so evenly ; ,
ber than heretofore, and being orange scars from eighty-two skirmishes) and :Sec: 2 The board of county commissioners : "

from points more remote from the railroadsand Leon battlefield, ('olltllH'ncellC'nrlu\ and plantIng I dh'idl'dlUI\Ollg the large number of whites, of every county at their meeting for torrectingand l

hauled on tram-tvays to the mills. From inVest cotton, and planting trees on a slope that both, white and black, get along very receiving the county assessment.' t f1
We friends not shall {
congratulate only
our immediately thereafter ascertain
alit i
with eastern light pine land,
will be an exposure well, and all are benefited by this distribu
"t rumors we learn two more sawmills Florida but throughout the State, on but which, in former years, had been cleared determine the amount OfIllUIIl')' to he raised i
into in this county this tion. The oat crop is a large one in this by tax for county which shall not f
put operation year the passage of a bill by the legislature) which and used! as a plantation, the record of which purposes(
of county, and a on which the farmer hu more' than four mills on tho dollar on
There have been quite a large number however, is recorded with the romance and crop
reasonable that the
seems to give !; assurance
the real and
1 transfers of real estate the past winter, and traditions of the past.' ", In 1871 a hitter frost places: much value. It is! looking very well. jH'rsonal property( of the
railroad West, Florida ('OUllt ', The
commissioners
long-needed through ) county
ruined their and amid( discouragements may ,.
of the State is grove The usual of corn and potatoes will be tax
crops
indications are that this part levy an additional for the crcftion of
from the present western terminus of the :' few men would undertake, they commenced
c improving steadily linanl' nll ',-Lake City road from Jacksonville at Chattahoochee, to replanting.) These trees: some five planted. Having traveled over the countyin bridges; and county buildings not exceeding
.;, hundred in number, are now in the second! every direction, I see many farmers: growing two mills on (he dollar, mill the two mills-.
Reporter. l'emm'olwill: be built at an early day. The and with the levied for that purpose !Khali he collected in
Ituval. year of productiveness, severe the Until lately the
act gives 20,000 acres of State land( per mile drawback of the frost have borne as estimated scuppernong grape currency, ami ('\'l'ryluch determination\ and 1 I'
The tracklayers on the Wayeross road have this Number scuppcrnong has not stood high in Northern levy so made shall'he entered ut largo; upon k
j' for the whole distance of the road to be built 100,000 oranges year. I '
crossed Little Trout creek, and are now within .' This seem large amount, but as the to the acre (twenty-one feet apart), is about markets as a IIrst.clnst111: (', but as the I I the records of the board of county commissioners
may ; and no county "hnllI1'n
hundred. /V/aH-a Herald.DOMESTIC !. i i.s grratrramount
mile of "Dead )Ian' Swamp, about one grower becoming better acquainted with
: one lands for the mo-t part are very poor, and for any purpose than four mills fr
:'v! fourteen miles from this city. As soon as worth less without a road, and arc moreoverincumbered its qualities, they tire making from thisgrapca county purposes and\ two mills for building !

all of the iron is: down workmen will\ at once XKWS.Kvery wine that is not excelled! by any other purposes, and no indebtedness I \ shall, ) ho con
the Vosc decree do not
by we trlll'\'llllt\ of tho said four
excess mills for
The \'illl'llIre perfectly healthy and hardy
the work of erecting telegraph poles North is coal famine.
begin think the appropriation extravagant. Theyare city fearing a county purposes and two mills for hniltll'n' '
the line of the road. )Ir, Haiiies, the As boiler Job and the crop} of grapes never blights or fails, ,
along to be selected from lands west of the a non-explosive" was a good purposes ; and any, indebtedness! contracted
construction that one Patience his except it bo from excessive dry weather. by the county commissioners of
,
superintendent says Suwanee river, if enough State lands can bo success.! was safetyvalve.A any county
laid Scuppernong\ wine will soon bo the only I in exccssuf time said amount shall bo mm
and one-eighth miles of track was yes new railway to bo called the Parallel
found west thereof. It is that
expected i
parties and void, and no suit shall be prosecuted! : ) In
II t terday. This includes handling the ties, laying connected with the Louisvilleand Nashville Road is to be built between New York and drink used in the county, waterand whisky : any court of This State' for the collection of

bolting and "spiking the rails and bring road, in connection withVest Florida New Haven. will be entirely discarded. I slopped Mr. the same : provided that nothing in this act

ing them up to grade.-We are informed capitalists will do the work.-If nothing Railway )laborers in :Mexico get :123! cents a I Robert Martin's lately, asking! for a drink of shall !ho construed n/Ctopr\'l'lItlllIYl'mH

that the construction train of the Fcrnandina day-not much of an inducement to migrate water, and in his jovial, hearty way betook ty 1'1'1111provillilt.t; for tho {payment of the Interest ,
there will be
happens to large ( !
prevent a ,; craput' upon any indebtedness now existing.I i
& Jacksonville Rail road made its first trip green peas this season.'e have seen in that direction.An me up( to his "sideboard, saying that his: scuppernong A tax for county school purKises| shall also

over Trout creek on the new bridge yesterday. some wry fine patches in thecity, and were I Indian chief, after the romantic manner wasall the waterdrank at his house. be levied upon time real and personal property .
its speed : Well, take word for it, it was of the county, not to exceed\ four mills
On the return of the train, informed that one farmer has $10 worth of of his nation, calls )bis musket Hook-' you may my
less than
nor two and nine-l uif mills the
miles hour. Those interested because it Is 1 old smimouth bore. gaud The same it was at old :y/\/r. Turner's, on
was thirty per the seed planted.' He has plenty of the agent, : an dollar, said tax to he estimated by he county:

in this new railroad expressed: themselves as plants in bloom now, and says )he would) .\ railroad: is to be built from the city of near upperVhite :Suwanee; Spring. His reply school hoard, and submitted to tho board of

well pleased with the bridge, which has been have had peas' in market in January there Altala, on the fJnlf of Mexico, to the city of mvasVe do not drink water here, except' l'OIlIlll'omlllblollllll'l'S, for their approval ordisaIromul

constructed in a workmanlike and substantial had, not been such a severe freeze )last December. Durango a distance! of 'OI) miles.: when we go over to Hie mineral sun( mug. Try shall\ 'huvo the, and power the county to increase commissioners or lower "

ma11\1 er.- Union of Tuetdny.Cadsdcn. .-The farmers arc complaining) of (10'TllorIIl'r, of Ohio\ is offered $2.!">,(KtOper this scuppernong. This is what Ponce do theusthuatesunuuiewithin tho above lint j
Leon searched fur Look. at me I am only its.
} a scarcity hands. everalufthemimarecun' annum to take the presidency of theNew ; t
YorkChieagsm & St. Louis, : Railroad. eighteen and just as nimble as a buck" I Six1.: :3. All laws and parts of 1I\\tlln conllict I
Shortly after clack last Thursday morning siderably) behind planting' because of not found his \ to his with this act mire hereby repealed.. g!

\ such of our citizens as reside in the vicinity being able to obtain field laborers This i is The veto of the funding bill by Mr.I Hayes scuppernong up( recommendation. Approved) ) March 7, I"i" : "f

' :J of the county ja'.l: were "startled by a easily explained.) Scarcely: a. train, for the was doubtless a concession to the pressure ,

: t wild alarm of fire, while the loud 1 and frenzied past month, has, left for the east wihout having of the National Hanks, and will\ be found to :This Is a 1'ro I'I'r"1\illn,1\ thriving county TIll VAlllNKT.
Lands mare good and the county: I.s healthy.
outcries of a number of colored women on board from five to fifty l'uorellllen) have been a blunder. Secretary of State-James n, Hlaino, of
t : Lake City I is one of the busiest towns in tbo Maine.Secretary.
't-':: who bad already gathered, proclaimed that who were going to the :Southern or Ka,tcrn George Lay, of Rotk\illo, |ml., I is the oldest interior of Florida. The merchants here \VurTRobcrt T. Lincoln, nl '

f'-' Home! more than ordinary calamity was portion' of the Htate to wurk on new railroads railroad engineer in the United States. have bought and shipped' the past. season) Illinois.i

", about to transpire. As near as we can learn, now in course of construction, where they He first ran trains on the! Haltmorc&! Ohio ( bales :Secretary; of the Interior-H. T. 1 K ilk wood',
, over 4,000 ol'long cotton, paying 1 for the of Iowa.
' by the time the first white person reached get $1 a day. Railroad forty-nine years ago
mostof It :30 cents: per' pound\ (Hales averaging Postmaster-General 1 =Tlion. J.. James, of
:: J' the spot, "smoke' and flames were pouring' Mai-ton. The Northern papers-say: that there has : 425: His), There are about twenty mercantile New! York. '

rapidly from! the upper\ northeast window of Mr. William C'ox has made a sale of one been such a hard winter on the wild game firms in the place, let me show you AttorneyGeneral-Way no MucVtagh, of
the and the interior of that portion of hundred. and acresofland to Mr. 11. A. Pennsylvania.! I *&&$&
jail ; fifty that sportsmen will find( it scarce when the what some of them are doing. A gentleman Secretary of the HkIunt

1 the building was probably wholly ablaze) at Mead i, of H,, ttln. Mass. Mr. M. is a line gentleman season furshottmigconmesUronudagnin. went into abnsinesmhuuye. The proprietor J.llui"iallil. NavyJnj of

that time. Four negroes were confined in and \\eiire really glad that ho has I in the Secretary of the Tl'e-'IlIry-wRlm Win
: of
act
, The topics of the past week ha\IJl''n the was just! getting up( from his
.,' the upper west room, two of whom werechained selected Ocala for his future humane He will I doin, of Minnesota.t
desk and sCl'lilrilll/ showed him
inauguration of President Ol1rfic'lcl, tlw inaugural upon : Iris President ,
in the middle of Gurllcld'.s Cabinet looks top
"bull-ring" in and .
to
, j engage orange vegetable growing.The address, the cabinet appointments, the account current with a banking; house\ and( hl'av1I1alli0 Isat: the head, and i.s lu'ulllIlld

- the floor, and their imminent peril of a horrible work of ironing time Peninsular Railroad veto of the funding bill, and the apportionment asked : "How do you like them figures fur shoulders} above any other man in It, Ttia

i death created the utmost consternation from Orange Lake to Ocala will begin next bill this month ?" The sum total) was $1''IIOJIOO.( other six couldn't mm'h more than combine

among those outside the building. The Monday. The contractors say they will laya ami make a majority' against tbo Secretary
None of these merchants
nowhereto The I.elltUI1 "season, t finds New York with mire infants. They of Slate./ \ M r lllaino is In a (tosition to moid
at this horrible\ moment was mile If do this trains will be
jailer, a day. they level-headed! and know
but one-half). the usual of fish are : how to bring time udlllillil'ltrutiun.lnll'/ !!" Gurlicld assert '
be found )Ir. A. "'. Snider had in his running into Ocala before the 1st of April. supply at trado to their town hinisi-lf with an emphasis and steadiness! not

' 'r.!; possession! the keys to the lower door, which The old men had !better bestir themselves! this season. The storms have wrl'l'k'lllIInny expected for him, Hlalne Is likely to be the
vessels: driven fish out to sea and caused: \ I hake City is being built up in a substantial bus .
lie opened immediately being among getting up the dinner and big "speeches' ) and
many fishermen to relinquish\: their, occupation : manner. A IIIUII;; the IICW brick sttresIsthat The selection\ of tho Cabinet is not a utas.
} the very first to arrive. The door of the cell the young men in making preparations for
I for the time being. Consequently) pricesfor : of 11 Ir. James K.: Young and Mr. Alex (I I.Higclow I. terpiece) of statesmanship or political IIt'II:'
containing the prisoners! was still locked, the ball.-Last Tuesday was u beautiful f irnmncc. It is not the Cabinet which Jar
this ne'lll'llllrtlclc: of food I will run high, who has a line two-story storeroom Held bail in Ids, mind when
and no person' save the jailer, could open it. sunshiny day. There was no excitement ho !left Mentor.It .
but and New Yorkersurl' unimap my. fio by 100 feet, liotli Moors are used is the result of (lime! | )liiical; trading And
him to
made find
effort
+ Every: was to disturhanceonourstreets" to give any warning
pitching that Garficld allowed alter hour
for merchandise.: One would be struck with )
, no avail. The doors being of iron, resistedthe of the dreadful tragedy that was soon to be The inauguration was apparently a make- rived at WUolll lItoll. The President would

l'tliJrt:1llHlllc: to batter thrum down At ellal'h'cl.ll1l11t o'clock p. m. the crack of believe attempt to be j joyful under the discouragement their architecture city like appearance. havu done bt'tterhud hu IJI'clllcft to himself,

- last it became evident that nothing could be a pistol was heard, tumid the report boollIIl'rf'al of cloudy skies snow and Thu merchants all extend an affable and but ho was not ctrong enough toovcrawe the
courteous reception' to the "Florida Crackers" (politicians, and from I Ihl't'II'rIl11'I'ralllblc to
i done to aid the sufferers.! : No one outside that Hurrcll Dawkins, the marshal slush under foot, the discomfort of crowd*" ,
, and them like ,please every body, and make partypcate( ,
treat gentlemen, (and. by the
could aid them ; those inside: were powerless.As our town, was killed. Ilasteningtothespot and a scenic display of no great interest.: itbotit special) regard for the public service,
the "Florida Crackei I ism character
the tlames gradually spread to the room his dead body was! a confirmation of the terrible We have very little skill in getting up( pageants way, he bus emerged with u body of advisers who
L if he gets a Yankee out in the fence corner will\ not satisfy lime most' radical well...
: 1 JI containing the prisoners, their prayers, truth Bystanders state that he was in this: country, ami barely: mNs the us
on a horse swap; !hu will have the Yankee most influential malcontents.-Cincinnati.iv .
I groans, and cries of agony were heartrending shot with a pistol in time imandsof Richard !H, ridiculous in our efforts to be sublime. / Hirer.
swapped) out of his, 'horse nnd entirely a-foot.) / ,
: in the extreme. Appearing at the window, Russell!; a white man, a citizen of this: county The inaugural of General; Jarfield! ) has met
These brick stores: were built by contract by SlHJI'lluU l"tJI 1tThllflj.lay
. in plain view of the crowd, they implored and who lives! some miles north Ocala with general( approval' as being moderate Intone
the enterprising linn Thompson and Hart, was just thin day of time sportsman's ,
wildly\ for help, but none could give them )[r, Russell was immediately arrested by and conciliatory in its utterances, and
whocmploy in the winter in'iMths from 75 : delight, bright; sunshine and cheerfulas
aid. The flanking of their} chains was plainly Judge [Marshall Captain Cordcroand others, doubtless: expresses the wishes of one who
to 100 hands, and I half that number in the the day was long; ; 1&I1\1lllUllY of our 1'1..->
heard, and at last, the cries and moans and 10.lgeclln jail.-Oculi Jianner. desires to Le an acceptable, and 1 honored
summer. /They manufacture brick, cut tors as: well us residents availed thetnbelreroftime ]
were hushed, and, with a crash, as the floor Orange chief magistrate. The pressure of {partisans
I lumber make laths and shingles, phumumnd oplsrtuumityofuuglingamid (;!:nnniimA11mstug &:
gave way, they tank into the raging and .\ straw, indicating the mixed population and supl'osesl( exigencies: of party will doubtless
i I deliver them, havinga trunm-road running ]in thu parties we noticed wore Messrs.-
horrible hell beneath. Up to this time not in Mr. Garfield'K; ease, tilt in that of Mr.
of South Florida, I is the fact that in the
I every direction to facilitate their busnet! Kalbflcish and Crosby and master Crosby, of
trace of them has been 'found. The names make the performance unequal to
smoking car of the Northern-bound train Hayes,
t : They make vegetable crates in large numbers New York who under the guidance of our ,.'
of the unhappy victims of this terrible disaster the .
last Thursday morning, when everybodywas promise.The to supply the large demand. They also; nowncd fisherman John Hirers went after
are : Cain Boue Mose Johnson, George going to the fair, there were represented Cabinet announced generally considered .
have wood and iron lathes, do a large ma whiling and hud a good day' sport.( The'i
Thomas and John Coklin. The origin of the sixteen ditlereutbtatesamid one foreign country weak, with two exception: the Post- chinist' business, maiiufacturj ploughs are so much jJeuaed' with their expericntc

fire is yet a profound mystery. It is a case and this in a car load of not exceeding mmmaster Generul whose appointment will
among others the popular Terry plough tint they are going with ye local to the draw.'
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which demands prompt and thorough in restigation. forty Georgia, probably wa command general approval and the Secretary -
i pus-vnger won so much note at the Jacksonville Fair. bridge to-day to catch theephead.

't i If the burning of these unfortu the most numerously: ) represented, but the of State for which office no fjKflal fitness They have a brick fire-proof Kin-house, in Mr. Leech and Dr. Palmer wert) out gunning -

. nate men was the result af criminal negligence whole range was covered from Maine to seems to be necessary beyond prominent which they gin most of the cotton In Luke ) and bagged' thirty birds.

W''; on the part of the jailer he should be 1"loritla.-Oralige County Rejwter.1'utnain. political position. The slate seems! to City. They have in successful o|>oration a Mr. Raphael was outalao, but we ban'

3 iii properly dealt with according to law. If it have been made up to meet not time( requirements ; large rice-mill cleaning: rice for all the counties not heanl what success be had
Mr. I.-iinl U going topi(ly" Ms beautiful
was the act of it is a crime deg.>
an incendiary but those of
Work on the Florida Southern Railway is of the government sections around Rico I is even brought from J)ash a clianco to show himself( next week

r black and damnable and no punishment being pushed: rapidly forward. Eight miles and factions.In Georgia, Heretofore Savannah was the market There U plenty of sport and fun forth*'
too could be meted the wicked J
out to
severe of the road-besl is graded and the wharf, the reorganization Senate committees, that lupplicd the merchants ; now kp trtaiucn! on Amelia Island and no one

loerpl'll".1tor.-Qui/4f! Ifernltl, now being constructed, on which to unload' at a caucus of the Democratic Senator", the Thompson and. Hart furnish them with coming: to or leaving Florida khoulJ.faiftoK '
I >p| ulI.IIIt.'O and know by experience what

lllllnborouyh, the iron, locomotives and can, Is approaching chairmanship, of the various committee homc-/ruwn and cleaned, and us prettily up iris abound here. >

The prospects\ of South Florida being supplied completion. Two vcsacls loaded with was continued as they had previously been (liolished rice as ever came from the Haber- The Pelican banks. have been: black wit.'

with railroads appear just now very Iron, spikes( frshm-,plates, etc., are expected( \ to I named,except here vacancies had occurred: sham mill: at Savannah, Who says that birds lately. ,

briht. There are some three roads chartered arrive every day. There are also on the way Senator Jones remains! chairman of the committee Fl'jriJa. will not grow rich within herself On the oyster bed: between Savannah and

to this place, with branches and extensions four engines, end the necessary complement on public land and buildings. Senator with her own product Give us more Industrious this place, bunches, or clusters, of them are

tn other points on the j fiiin ula ; and of passenger, freight and I platform can.: :' Call is promoted to the chairmanship white farmer*, and more enlerprif- found that weigh, over one hundred pound

(I as each seems to be anxious to be the first to I'utuiiii County Jmurnat. the committee on patents vacated\ by Senator tug; men, who da nut wait for things to turn Thw oyrterxare called "cooni.- because
the darkies have a trudillot that a rtAb
t:. be well under! way, we" think it highly probable The following Is an extract from a Utter ernan. J.Ivi".IJC Illinois, is named for up but turn them up U>euwve.s! and racvoou was cuu, ht by on'oyster and bfU

r that a road will be constructed, and written to the Monroe (}lich.) Iklllon"lJ/ the justiciary to uotcol: Thurman. Florida will lead the van. 1.-C.\wuiC: tight until tho Incoming tide drowned him.

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j MEMOHIKS 0V PLEASU11K. lli.g':; auburn hair i the forwarding\ clerk was Oh, tl'rl business II'I, to whom business! quicker and brighter in many ways. The which the little scrap of paper became tl
dark and tall, with large brown eyes ; the i h\IIIlCS, Ullclll cK" vanity and n'xltill other drawbacks: connected with them l'llI- centre of a series of circles traced I There I is n sweet spirit who waits on the corresponding! clerk 'was short and fair, with ,irit, l'nl 'o\ 'possibly imagine U clerk lot, I suppose, be laid to their charge, and unsteady: linger, during whicluthe. r bright
J mind, round, kindly, good-natured face ; tie apPrentice with I a mutt, a wllh'l cloud, a I\aillt'\ are no doubt unavoidable. Well, well, Joseph 8'Ietlllllble to keep quite tl, and.
Who flies through the past like n bird on was a saucy little mite of fifteen !II cloak, dainty shoes, and 1 daintier UI 1 we must take the good and bad together eves bet'alt'louclcll, and<1 one made diligent
the wind, have said that it ever remained a day of feather. and perhaps the balance will, after These signs were
... And with magical wand she can cause to Tread I in the memory of it I hid< -; appear say so is to express! the facts of the casein :; this apparition, with its laughing eyes! and \ is not to be despised, and a little rose in great consternation."My ,
i! The beloved of earlier\ years, and can cheer! the mildest possible manner. That day dimpled cheeks, the rebuke died away on his training may make them all that we could ; dear :Mls Vermin, ; he said, "placing
The tIne-weary heart ,with the warm sunny haunted them. They hroodedovcr() it when lips He rose, took up the slip of paper, got dosire.' his hand on her shoulder, in qultealatIIrltuii
1 ran awake, they dreamed\ ( of it when asleep.: into his accustomed attitude by the (ire-place "I'm I rough old businees: man, and 1
That shone in the morning of life, in the Often they would. wake np' in a cold. perspiration and spoke as follows : CHAITKKlt.The look at the matter from a business point of
.i days believing themselves" l'url'lIl'lo\'t'r, interminable "I hove here the names of a few firms winter nights were drawing swiftlyon \ view, perhaps from a selfish point of view ;
F I When Pleasure was king and Youth lovedto deserts by troops! of lund-voicvl, against" which there are several outstanding and it became necessary to I light' !the gas and looked at in that way, you know, this
sing, umimbrella-arned tenlaic5'I'heytverelaughed! accounts:' Now wish you to call upon tll'l long before the offices dtN'ltow it was! a engagement of yours seems, what one might
With n chorus of voices that made t the house it by their friends, they were jeered at hv and press for immediate settlement. We !!singular thing that there existed 1 strange: call, a somewhat less-Iike proceeding
t ring, heir enemies. Such, alas, I is! the fate of all lake it I rule never to allow accounts to le-, reluctance in the ofllee of Middieton( Uroth- but, at the same time, from what have
The old joyous songs (that will always be sung leaders in the van civilization and philanthropy. come overdue without ers to comply' with this necessity.: Matches! lll'I' of you both, I believe you will get onl'xel't'I1lg1'
Hound those hcarth8tone1'which'\ echo our theta Wo have l'Pl'lll'lllp1lmtlonfor became mvstcriously scarce, and a capacityfor well together, and. I am sure I '
dear mother-tongue Hut these!' latter evils were in prospective: this from es 'enienee, We have known many working! comparative darkness! tle\'I- nl possible' joy 1IIIIIPIill ItS.;'
When Pleasure: was king and did royally mil and seclusion, after' the noNe" I 11-III'el: in which I little promptitude and; with I surprising swiftnes*. Tin, .\111 :\ lillldol itt} her,
sway and bustle and ruthless invasion" of their I a little pressing have saved us frollr' serious Oltl'llllfoocf many other little annoyances-, and II.r the door, and opened
I Ills scepter of gold till it melted away hearts' ', brought n sense! of comfort to their losses When you, have us some of which have been previously mentioned it for her, and was n'wnrllclllh a grateful,
And he died 1 on his throne. Sweet memory that shut out the view of all future .. longer, Miss( Warwick, 'Ol will find that chafed the soul of henry Ihlllt' ol tcar-bedimmed' '1IIll'll1ed him.
shows, lisagreeublcs. Henry stood with his back we arc, above all thing:'!, methodical ; that almost beyond endurance. He 1/(11 likeu A little sympathy is lli p'nsable woolen
t In a picture alight with the tint of the rose against the mantelpiece ; Joseph !sat by the we attend personally) to little details which !illlJcring'okalo ; an (eruption might atmummy und\ goes I long way with then
l I (The glory of which disperses all care ire. Henry spoke ; Joseph listened" are generally left entirely to subordinates moment be expected- For a long timeho "Bl'al'l at all )points, muttered 1 Henry,
: And makes c'c1 the shadows seem I beautiful "\'ou see, Joseph," said. the former, hold- We do so blcuuse! we have some little respect remained in fooilllleril state ; but at going IJek to his desk "It's strange thing,
I ; there), lug upa piece of paper on which he had been for our reputation, some little objection length the eruption conic Juicily ascending u strange thing..
The path we have trod, every flower, not a nuking calculations, and gathering up his! to throwing away our own all other the stairs one dusky: evening be entered What is strange, Henry? Strange that yon
: s thorn, .oat-tails: with the unoccupied hand an action ) ; which cannot be said of all the olllce. The gas was unlit, and, pausing: should footilll'e a little fdlwfl.thnnth
t Pond kisses'\ at eve and bright smiles in the which from constant repetition' during Liverpool corn firm," in the shadow of the door, he beheld! by the youthful love-surely lot,
1 morn, a quarter ofa century had grown meclianioal, Henry :Middieton! sat down with a grim dim light a strange scene. 101 perhaps the first time in his life befell
I Tho fields and the wood where our feet 'you !sec' that by this arrangement we cut smile on his face, and :Miss Warwick bowed Miss Vernon mil Mr.( Johnson were standing actually guilty in the presence of his
learned to roam, down our expenses very considerably( : and and retn'ul'lI by the window close" l.thl'r-nQ' close meek brother ; but giving a stealthy glanceto
And the light in the window to welcome us shall be able! at the end of the year to makea A ltlc on hecnfered the outer office together, gazing out on the crescent moon discover in what manner the otler' self-
home, pleasant addition to our banker's balance.:' and inquired for:Mr.( Harley.'. airIhirleyhindgone that was slowly surmounting the house exultation would display itself,
And many fair scenes cherished long in the Joseph smiled pensively ; the prospect' was out Whereto ? Mr. Harley had gone tops. Miss Warwick was bending over a { worthy gentleman vigorously blowing
heart not unpleasing. to show Miss(i Warwick the places: ut which desk in the shadiest corner of the room and \lat nose" with= his head turned in the opposite -
To this vision of light their colors:' impart, We paid our last hook-keeper" continued. she had to call. Miss( Warwick had the addresses Mr. Hurley was bending over her, talking inn direction. A long silence reigned, only
When, full of years, one sees every hour Henry, "two hundred pounds, Joseph, two ; was not that "\mcl'ltr.lur( low voice. Miss Smith was holding forth brokel by the scraping the brothers pens
The life slipping factor! tho shades! gaining hundred. pounds' I Miss(i: Smith is \pleaded: to ley thought she wOII.llot volubly to the w arehouse-utai, and. Miss Then (mother knock. This time the in
k, power, undertake the duties! for ninety, without III1Jllml'lliale \' huns in which they lay HIII 1 Ramsay" was waltzing over the floor with comer was Miss Smith She advanced brisk- g
The spirit of memory then will unroll prospect' of a rise "gain, one hundred :Might( it be a1'kl'.1vh. Mr.( Johnson had the ofll'ceboy.A ly, ; she footoulihont two yards off the table, f
The scenes'\ of the past, bringing pence to the and ten pounds.' We paid our invoice not gift the cash ready for the bank ? Mr.Johnson moment's amazed contemplation of the with half-folded. arm*. She wore I"Uen!.
I soul\ ; clerk one hundred. lNundsMiss; : Vernon had bl'l'l showing Miss Vernon the scene, and then sharp and stl'r rang out the She was eminently r'll'ertahleIr.. Mid
But how fruitless the. lifetime, how dreary accepts the position' for fifty-gain, fifty exact manner in which 31 r. :\Iictllonlikecltl voice of the senior partner. I dieton looked up coldly.: Miss Vernon and
the days, Our forwarding clerk received one invoices to be made out. 1 .Mr. Johnson I" I :Miss Smith were not tWJ-Slster
When their mcm'rici awaken no feeling of hundred and fifty pounds ; Miss( Warrick i is It lel'lll to me, Joseph," remarked Henry The ahlr'ssl't100kell round with a W 1
praise. -rlnnrgl, /,. Falct.AJf content with eighty-'gain seventy pound mitering the private office, "that along start that wOII,1 down the "1 sir, under the impression ihat
1 -- t Our corresponding clerk received one hundred with the unquestionable advantages of our house" in a melodrama."Yes this' was the day of the month on which you
f UNn Sl.vESill .i OCJJEIJ- and thirty \1lUntl1I"s! ; Lawson is scheme, there may be-I only say; there may sir" engaged I me."
1NO.CHAPTEIl. quite satisfied with seventy-gain, sixty be-some trill lirwhack!:" "May( I ask what is the meaning of all Well?"
hundret We gave our last apprentice one Henry )( proved. to be right in his this, and why you are not getting throughwih I trust that my work has hitherto given
: r. pounds for five years; we give our conjecture. There were drawbacks. For your work?" you satisfaction, sir"
Young ladies wanted to fill the posts of present one, )hissllamsyeightygahntwcmity (I instance, it was singular and a little inconvenient have bt'el checking a calculation of )\Iihlct.ol bowed
Invoice clerk, book-keeper, forwarding) clerk, pounds Making a /gain in all of three that neighboring firms became absurdly MI \'erllon'l, sir. I striven, I am sure, fo do
and corresponding clerk, in a corn merchants hundred and Mr. Middle- work to the best of as fur
ten pounds, which is not exactlyto anxious about the prompt forwardingand "It's a singular thing, sail my my powers as
office, in which there is also n vacancy be despised, and 1 may come in handy for receiving of invoices ; that junior clerks ton, with a grim smile a singular in lime lay. There have been drawbacks, sir,
for an apprentice None but those possessing one or two little things-eh, Joseph ?" came Hitting in, two or three times a day, thing, that in the space of a few months, as have kept me from doing things in the
unexceptionable references nl'eclap- And Henry chuckled. actually chuckled, eagerly inquiring if such and such an invoice you should all become pervaded with such a exact way I should have liked ; but my
'. ply." which was a rare tiling with the cllior part were ready, or bringing invoices fo spirit of unselfishness. It seems to me that : habit is hot to deceive hanyone, sir "-us
i I "' I think that will do, Brother Joseph, I Middieton Brothers goods, bought: a few hours beor(', Miss! Vcr- each of you i is always doing somebody! else's Miss Smith became more emphatic her h'!!
think that will do, 'h ?" I expect the work will) be done in just as inn w engaged in with those work, and never attending to his or her own. I got decidedly the upper hand of her-"and,
"Do I Of courseit will do ; the very thing, business-like! a manner-perhaps! it any 'OpeTHOIN half expltllatnf"; really, the Now, I have a great respect for such! (spirit therefore, I' should like to saylhat what I
Henry. The idea is a capital one ; what thing, more methodically, more neatly. ililllculty she bad to '"'I in the abstract: or in domestic or social life, have done, I have strove to do well, antitrust
made you think carrying it out?" Women, you see, Joseph, possess: finer sensibilities : i- her, and to get them to go away, was something but it doesn't, do in business, ladies and gentlemen : 1 have done so. I-"
I I thought," remarked thcsenior partner than men, pay more attention to detail over w'Imelmihing. It was singular, too, it doesn't do in business ; and I Miss Smith, 1 am exceedingly busy, if
of Middieton Drot hers! corn merchants, and arc more amenable to direction that forwarding: clerks in all the neighboring must distinctly state that I can no longer allow you w tiuldcuumeto the }point at once should '
Liverpool, gracefully dividing. Iii:'! coat-tails, and authority ; women don't smoke ordrink I offices became strangely modest and self- things to go on as they have been doing.. he obliged. Do you walt a raise' ?"
and leaning his hack against the mantelpiece -at least the! don't, and they conn; li-trstf\l.: 1\1 were perpetually dropping c e the mater l before you as it appears ",No, sir, I do Iot.
in the private! office! "I thoughthe: repeated l very much cheaper, Joseph, very much "ake inquiries as to certain fotulon: from f plain :. point of view. You Then will )" 111e the goodness to state
sustaining his cout-tails with onehand cheaper." and railways, the particulars! come to engaging: to do certain work, mil what yo do want ?
and gently! waving the other, "that we Joseph smiled acquiescence. He was acquiescence which appeared in the most inexplicablemanner for the doing of that work I agree to give: "I wish to give notice, sir,"
should establish n new era ; that we should itself. His poking of the fire was to )have escaped their memories. you I certain amount of remuneration. "Ildeellluy I inquire your reason for
emancipate woman from her galling Ihral- an aflirmative ; the way he sat seemed respectful Miss Warwick might have hl'l'l!lll'cal1'l'n- Now, if instead of doing the work for which doing .
dom ; that our names!should be handed. down i assent ; the very blowing of his nose: gaged: to ;give them Ilforlatiol. \01 are especially engaged, you are continually I am about to be married, sir:'
through !suceeodings ages as world-wide benefactors speared to express complete deference to !seemed to bo more young men in the world dabbling other people's, you break Married 1" echoed Henry, with danger
t j and that we should considerably I i his brother's opinion, and entire coincidences than there used to ', as Joseph remarked to your part of the engagement, and cannot, ous amount of surprise in his tone
lessen our expenditure, Hrother Joseph! i with It, his brother; and, decidedly ', they appeared \\ any show of reason, expect me to keep .Yes, married, sir. To )Ir. Gudgctt, sir,
'There Issomelhingin that, Henrytherc; I have no positive complaint to make to he growing very plentiful. There were mine, or retain you any longer in my cmploy. the warehouse-man."
is decidedly somelhing in that." a, ;ain.st. l.ithl'rIr. Johnson:' or :Mr.( Harley, always several in the outer office at all Please understand,therefore, that unless "I should have thought Gudgitt' had
"Something in it There is overthing: hut, at the !same time, I I'holll.llIot.. be sorry hours ; thl'r' w-jrealways two or three ascending : VOllre prepared to adhere to the terms more He was about to mh sense." but
it. Husinessmy dear Joseph, especially if they had left with the others. It was j anwst the stairs when the brother went of agreement made between us when I checked himself in tile. MissSniith
rya times like these, is business.! : remarkable most fortunate thing out ; always a number on the pavement ; engaged you, I must )look about for I those wore a look that might have inspiredtheholdestofuncut. tls're-
Joseph murmured assent, drew his chair that we got so many oil'our hands at once. and always a glimpse: of coat-tails vanishing who arc willing to do! so." tion in "T mt. is say,
#11 nearer the tire took a pinch of snuff: und be But the work must\ be!sadly behind 1 thinkwe through the doorway, if Joseph or Henry Having thus spoken, )(r. Middieton( 1 am glad to hear it, Miss Smith, and beg to
.1 canto lost in meditation. shall han to stay late for a few nights, turned at the top of the street to favor the stalked into the private 01l'l\ leaving :Mr.Harlcy congratulate you." .
Mr. Johnson !1" cried Henry, opening the and sco that it I is got up:' promenadcrs with a second glance. The stealing guiltily own desk ; The words were accompanied by a glance!
door. They did not, IH'l'vC'rIla)' late that brothers at first grew puzzled, ant th,1 a lit Miss( Vernon checking invoices ; Mr.( Johnson at I he door that coultnoc be mistaken, and
;L z A tall young) man: with dark hair dark night.: The labor they had undergone( tle angry. From the l\lillll.ol callers, balancing the cash ; Miss"" Warwick looking Miss Smith beat I retl'l'at Shortly after Mr.
eyes and n black moustache, II Pl'l'Ilrl'llIn answer during the day would hl\'lqlruo.lraft'lllI:4nm-: : : from the noise and hu :." might I ovcrshipping-notcs ; Miss: Smith writing Middlcton( Itl'PPl't ilto outer ollice,.returning
tAl the summons.I bun, and they were wearied out. have been exceedingly brisk, and yet the headings III the lodger ; the uarchouse-tnan ) in minutes looking utterly
I W.to| make out three or four When they entered the olllcc next morning daybook showed no perceptible increase in gazing thoughtt'ullyiutothefire ; 3fissitnnl-: confounded. He dropped into a chair and
1 t copse j Hklvertlsomcnt, and send. them : a transformation had taken place that the number of sales, and the work was steadily say addressing: circulars, and the oflice-boy sat for I time without speaking ; at length /
1?'' r to the lmT l papers in time for insertionin ama/.ed them. The air, so long a sea of dustin falling bdliml looking for matches. he rust and stood by the mantelpiece, thoughso
h to-inHra| issue" which sickly bluebottles and sticky flies these considerations, Henry When he entered the private otce.To"eph thoroughly; put out that the usual manipulation
YesstrT I'll see to to it at once." swam feebly about, was now filled with fragrant the wise, thus delivered hill.lfunlo Joseph was dictating a letter to the ; :'; of his coat-tails was entirely omit
4 f Mr. Johnson closed tho door carefully behind pl'rf tout's. The hat-rails were now, for the meek : clerk. Hut Joseph had no need to stand so tell
t him, proceeded to his desk, sat down; I the most part, occupied by dainty hats with .1 can't say that I am (exactly 11sllppoilt- close to her, no need to rest his hand on the will be surprised to hear, Urotbcr
ami {prepared\ .1 to resume! his perusal of t that flowing feathers, by graceful cloaks, and coquettish ed with the result of our!lChl'll', hit, back of her chair, and almost speak the Joseph, that in addition to Miss' Vernon and
mornings newspaper ; hut happening to little clouds''. The stand beneath, same tiU' I trust confess that it has, su far, \\lls in her ear. Really, Joseph was becoming Miss. Smith, Miss Warwick und Miss Ramsay
t glance at the slip of paper he hail received, so lately filled with ponderous rahu-prutce clll)' expectations. foolish in his old age. At forty-eight have just now given me notice. Time former
t lie caught sight of the I first few word, ami'became turn, now held row of! tiny umbrellas, lookIng "Thll'have lot }gone on exactly I Il'x- ho should Il growing I more dignified, more is engaged. to )(r. Hurley, and the latter,
utmost petrified with aurt .u mbu nt. like grown-up parasols. And, greatest pl'l'll'll : of my ideas have been con conscious of the high position occupied by 11 who is to be her bridesmaid, declares her ut-
** Why! what 111 the nalneuf all that's wonderful innovation of all, on one of the long desks! and in some I fear I have hl'l'I mistafcen. l partner in )lhllllul!Hrothcrs. Certainly ter inability to exist in the oflice made desolate -
poi 1 Why, /good gracious! Jack I say, upon which thousands: of pounds have been I have lately bestowed the most min ho looked foolsh enough, and far from dignified by the absence of her dourest: friend She
t ; t Jack, 1a're'about the queerest! rummieststart counted, scores! of ledgers balanced stood I II i ute observation upon the work, tl manner I" caught sight of his brother, (Miss Ramsay) besought sue with tears in
; you ever heard of in your born days.: glassful: of flowers. The whole place sel'ml.,1 l of work and the amount of done by and little Miss Iatu'sun looked rather foolish her eyes, to release her, and, as the young
: ;.1. "What's up?" inquirer individual: lln changed. There was the soft rustle of wom the ladies and wl'l'Jploan1; too. lady has spent the principal part of her time-
I another part of the ollico, a prepossessing en's dresses! :: the soil murmur women's. have come to til l'ulcllSlol that, providedthey Henry sat .down in stern silence, and presently in teaching the ollice/ boy how to waltz, I
: individual, with curling brown hair close- voices. had both received the same training Miss, Lawson left the room. Then was only too willing to do so. "'l' are now,
t clipped beard, straight nose and blue eyes. The! !brothers stood and gazed not altogether and"occupied the same length: of time over Joseph, like nil quiet, shy people when laboring by a singular trailofcr'ulo.tal.cs.: in much m
I "'hat's up? Whv.! look, here" coldly on the wonderful transformation, It-that is, the saute descripthun of trailingt under embarrassment, could not be the same po ltun 10lth!! ago.
y i Well this 5 ii a go.1; remarked Jack "Hemust ] ( and as they gazed their eyes rested: unknowingly Il'rl' \\onld he no very essential difference silent, and began to pester his brother with The tJIltlon, thl.r.furt", is, what are we todo
1 f bo gelling softening of the bruin. HvJove on the same spot. Near the window bl'tWl'l'I the work done by the two sexes. all kinds of irrelevant questions: and remarks ? I to mo that engaging feiaaleclerks
though, it'll bo rather the touch if it in u patch of sunlight-it wau bright Spring: Hut, of l'OUrl', we, as practical ml'I of bl.iI ]Ire received the shortest of replies, only an indirl'c way of procuring
.. cOllies to i anything." ilay-sat the lately engaged I invoice clerk I ness, have U' do with' what is, not with what, and ut length Henry looked up ami remarked wives for ni the young gentlemen
: And such infinite delight! filled the souls The sunbeams fell lovingly on tho small: under otherlrl.llI.tnll.l.s, JIght.lmn.I"'l'IInl : ncighburlwo.l If things went on inti
of these young men that they Were forced to head and the brown hair seemed to ripplejoyously I I .\ tIl! rl'lImils they have not recriwcd !- Did .'Oll'\'r read tho Legend of:$t. Anylhuny's IHlO tling, we should have abandon
retire outside in order to give vent to their as if glad that in its folds there I the same training, and that considerable : Temptation' ,' Joseph?" the corn trde, and form ourselves into
feedings lurked tinges! ofcul0r t that could. claim kindred dill\.Tcnce does exist l-I-flt"I 1 have, Henry ; but it is so Wife Supplying Association, limited.' In so-I
'" The advertisement was read. next morning with the golden !sunlight. There was "For instance, I find that the ladies in our long since that 1 almost forget." her earnestness, I am thoroughly dis
t by the brothers in their daily 'paper. !such u quaint airof pro-occupation' in tho serious oflice are more liable than our male clerks to "I 1 should advise you to rl.frl'l your memory guootl'lllh the whole affair. We have had
"I scarcely think," said 'Henry little face such a pursing up of the red do their work by fits and :starts, mule are cor ," returned his \\,', and the nothing but trouble und worry since the beginning
walked down to tho oflice, "1 scarcely thin lips, such u wrinkling of the smooth brow, talllIlt as capable of continued, unro conversation dn, .dlonr. l of this new svstem, and I, at
we shall have many application*, Joseph. 1 I such u busy turning over of mighty leavces, laX't' mental application o to business. This Presently at tho there came u tlidkn.k rate, Illlic only too glad to get back to the
believe the careful wording of the advertisement such u I>wil1mO\'llIl'nt of the diligent: pen, may partially ano from physical inequality and h, on the summons to enter old wouldn't go through all we did
will deter unsuitable, persons from applying. and at intervals such a wistful I contemplation "or it i!!possible; that we have in our employ given Miss( Vernon stepped shyly in. the first day our advertisement appeared for
Our visitors, I fancy, will bo few, of a cruel ink one of the tiny exceptions to the general rule. Hut As she came forward it was noticeable thata a thousand pounds, let alone three
I p y but select. white hands that henry' Middlcton, the such I have {'l'rlalllf.IIHI to be the case certain sprightlincss and spurrow-like And then, us I said before, wo hlmlrell
b, Joseph meekly asented. He always did! !stern !ll'lIlurartl..r of Middieton( Brothers, Again, tl former are certainly the loss exact sauciness i' that generally: distinguished her much trouble worry, und ha\o things have Il
to his, brother's propositions! -always laud smiled, and the rugged faco beneath the influence I of two. I had really some considerable had almost completely disappeard, and there been so ul unsatisfactory ant that I urn afraid we
j done since the days of his infancy."Few of the smile bl''all\pleasant thing dilliculty in impressing ii|>on tl1l'1 the was I Noah on her cheeks and a light in her must allow to the
but aeltetI"! Oh, wise prognostica; : to look upon Turning round bo InheldJoseph I vital iniH| >rtanoe of every tgUr. in every eyes that could surely have little to do with at least, has proved a little up bettor than present -
t lions! of men, hnw utterly ye come to nought I Ik smiling too. II+'put his hand kindlyon book, being proved to bo Ulll'niabIY:1I.1 invoices. Shtf stood by the table!'} with downcast failure Indeed, from almost the very first I
"Few, but select\ !" Ins"" brother's shoulder, and rhcy walked undnnblell,3correct.. I certainly: am unable head, folding, unfolding and refoldinga I have had grave misgiving, and now I must
If from ninety to one hundred applications musingly)' into the private} otttcc, with who I to find that the attention to Illtall, with scrap of paper that lay before her, butseeuutmgly allow that the whole utfair to me
( sh ill what mem-trio of time business which some uIs-gl.I'ra\r of their own unable tosneak. Henry had been to have appears
in a day are few, if company composed sw: I whl'l I Il' been I most unbusinesslike
n very large degree of ex-bar-ulaids, cx-bal was not all I in all and life was "alt. sex-are so is carried thoroughly \exednuid annoyed, but as he ." proceeding.
det-girls"" ex-shop-assistants, ex-aulhoresses, Hit after a quarter (it 1 ni hour's i-rusul of I to any great extent into business life. looked at time shy, tlll girl, he felt again Henry and murmured
ex-wuilresses. may be culled select, then the pile of hlllrle, that lay awaiting k> On the other hand, I find t in my opinion) the consciousness of his utter inability. to be sent. pauS Joseph' : as
1ellrvlht.1I.ton'tj prophesy was verified the partners, wrinkles came !back: deeper that they are more amenable to dlr'.ton antiuuthunity angry with her personally .With one exception, shall
tl we rid
of
i :\ confirmed. Indeed, 1 I What is it Miss get
but certainly not unhQss.i than before, smiles faded away- Vernon ? all our female clerks! by the end of
i All day lung the stream jHHired ill All ton Hrothcrs were l'orl merchants once almost impossible to rebuke them. They 1 came to-to give you notice sir. month." next
i day long the stojw outside were crowded more. I"rol the letters Henry hp| a*>ed to a are so bumble, und so Ill'nitl'lt. .Notice! Why, bless my s'ml'and body, Joseph looked guilty.
with applicants, the pavement lined willipeclators. formidable list of names uwll.url' headed And sn pretty-did you Henry? _ts- for what? Surely, you are not so sensitiveas :"Now. I propose fill
.1 Olllce boys clung to the balus "Accounts l>ue"and : by this Mircdly tho thought lltl'n..1'Olr mind, if itruse to bo offended! by 1 rebuke which you with! thl we their places
of not to lips, ,. Henry, Henry, cannot properly-trained JI'U. The way in
ters and shouted sarcastic encouragement to detail-loving man in the recess Ils private your | deny was thoroughly well merited1' which wur
I the ingoors" und yelled derisively ut the out desk. Copying u few of the names on I have thrl'l" corl' l'Un and u bitter world-: .Oh, 10 ; I mire you it has nothing" to have> suffered and more our comml'rdll reputatIn -
[ goers, Hitsinossi: for the time, was at U stand a blip of paper, fie turned tn h.l.rothl'ruIII fight not yet destroyed thy youthful inalnl- do with that, sir ; but I'm-I'm--engaged." ance the difference in We counterbal .
!! to look sternly on u face ? That word hail salaries. IU.t try
f Mill broke the silence for the first tinl ty bt'ulllll only one meaning for in some courteous ,
The day remained a day of dread in the Would you just step into the otHce Joseph "There i is, at least, UIl'Otl'/ point about Henry Middieton ; all other associationsconnected who still remains ulanuet to leave to induce, time lady\
I iiemorv of Middieton Hrothors. After many and t''lf there is any tlll' lot I jturtic- tll. and that i i' t they are not so eager to with i had faded away many a goutl!-uaturel and willing, but u I She Il'el'
? 1 want few collected. at night. I suppose the fact arises weary am afraid
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discomfort after uarl accounts ycaragu.Bw
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11 .. yaeertvlatscoldel ut, prenchtlatuferbeing ." from their having; no particular hobbies, nocricket what firm, may I ask?" For the first time ,1 any them
i t to with tours !and denounced with JU'ph complied, and after u few minutes or funt-ladl, or Tht'nr :\hN Vernon grew contused rose into J many )'earl'then-
npiiealed !
{ simple face
wV, they nuccmled in securing four baste absence returned. down earlier Inthemoruingantjtakeno .Hy )Ir, Johnson, sir" of le\h'l\ u there Hush
rn. ladies and a respectable person of "Miss Warwick is the only one at libertyI longer over their luncheon. except the .Mr. Johnson Is he.setting up in busl- touch anger of his; he sj.oke t wus a
fjlt young have told her to get ready:und <'It in to. time wanted "tngf' )' logo out, which ness ?" Of his! voice.! brother's sharpness S in the tone
y forty, l i., of course, On the whole, .Ob, sir "
.' person" was I instulle.1 I as u no, ; only in a house "Do
j tt.sk The keel resi>er lKYh'ble: tint invoice clerk wall a slim you.Ten minutes pasod: a quarter of an hour far us |HTSonul Intlrl'Olnll IH'tnl'l'rll"l they "I 1 see,. said Henry &rimlr. and thereuj His "you It'nI Lawson Henrv ?"
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and passed, und Warwick are much plea-anter to wih, ensued long lokellurrrls''t17onicthn
ittli crvuture. with bright gray eyes rip- twn1: ull"'af..1 Llni 1'1 I laull. pause during like a -(( .

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chicken I'ertilly.ers. ICcnl INIalc.roil I nUOliN and Slallonrrj r rp i For: Tampa and Key ]Vest:

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The t\n-\i\ \ faded away, the :sharpness flied ( otTl.J) C'O.'S SAM: 11(1 n.\ (' I: 1)R1': vnA.HIM
out of the voice, the guilty\ look came hack,
SteaniHhip CO'S LINE
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niul Joseph trembled. .................................... ............................. Wholesale and Retail r1" !
"I wished to say lINtrIf you meant ., .. "
Miss 1 Lawson, that I am-1 mean thai she : iiIM.i M/r.it* ,
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I is-(hat i I" that we are""Arc ... ... : -------- pOOKS. STATIOMIUV: : :___ v "

what, lruther.l0seph ?" ............... .................................................. ,,, -
Engaged: ) lell r\'.'' I -t 'US'U\UI: : IIOTCL. I And JUSJ: ('. tl .

Henry gazed at him for a moment in eluteailnlze11lellt IS THE: RESTrilHINC : .. '.
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then the : ---- .. r
stepped' across room "'I.
oil!I WI>T HVY STUCT: "I .
leaned his hands on the table, and inquirer for FALL (; .11thNSr-it: : being Situated directly on the K.iilroad: ,

slowly and impressively, the" "while fixing j not only perfect plant food, but will CARRYING) THE I t., S. MAIL 1.ONE 1
him with\ his glittering eye : keep all insects! : at a respectful distance. JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA: 1.
Do you mean to tl'lIml' that you are nc- For sale in anv quantity, large or small, 1 IN ONE]: OF] Till':
.j* tiudlv engaged: to Miss Lawson ? and country orders) delivered i FREE: : on : of the staunch and elegant h'alll."I"I' f

I'1'1., 1JcllI' '," boats or cars. Vegetable! growers, THY IT. the above Line will leave Cedar' (Key t ',I
Henry tinned round without a word, andpaced GOULD A- CO.. every Monday at .IOU l:(> 1', mil., for
HEALTHIEST: : PARTS: : OF ] ('OI:1U.\: ,
and duw The
restlessly: up n news (lit 3m :8V.\ Hay St., Jacksonville, Fin.:
came upon him with an absolute shuck __ _.___ n ___ ):{'S'ho)1 Hooks SpcctnltJ''ti; Tampa, Manatee, :
Women, at least until the conception of his I.
unlucky scheme, had long been to him a J. \. ICOHSO.Y A SOX, For particulars address 1 And Hraidentonn, i '
liner nnd Ocouii
SleiimlioiitM.oic .
kind of abstraction, existing, no doubt, in a
far-oil''sort of way, but having little or noth *_--- --* FLORIDA MIRROR.: ) : and every Monday and Thursday at 4:00: j

lug to du with practical life except as:' servants -I I Commission Jh'rc'hnll's./-I o.'J-tf; Fernandina: Fla. r. '1" J' a .\ \ LIN1-ti: p. mil. for L.i ;
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or housekeepers.! .\1111.1'\1'11 when he '" --- --- -------
IMmta ICassa' and Went.
had carried his scheme into force, he looked i Key

on them only as clerks, and nothing more CHARLESTON: S. C., : J
than clerks-fn other words, as a description .a'
(\innections maile at Cedar\ with ; 1
: Key rims
of machine hired much ,
at so per annum I ihlm'clu..trutl! to their '
lint that full of life CONFINING } .. Florida Transit Railroad from and to all !
they were passionate solicit;
respectfully
and of and s. con ..,. 1 : points North ami \\ est ; at Pnnta Rnssa: with
capable fueling arou-iug passionate sigh nieuts.I' I '
Steamer for Fort Fort ) and
love, and that such an inshu'inesslikething Tin: I'IAIlI.t Myers, Ogden, 1
Pine Level.Through,
as love should actually interfere with ----- ---- s. MAII sTl.tllsllll'S: :
the making of money, and'the. routine of u. __________ __ Tickets are on sale at Fernnn- ,
t'OIl'\'Y !
i: 1C 11.17 i': It S. AND) AND) IMMIGRATION
j dine: Jacksonville' Gainesville, and Cedar'
olHee work had never entered I into his ealculations L
Key, nt greatly reduced! rates, for nil principal -
] --in fact, seemed ter hinlllh'onrI.IIIUII'! ---------- ---- OFFERS: Will leave Cedar Key '
points on the Gulf ( 01l8t. i''
strous, a breaking of all faith, a desecration
of all sarrcd precedent. Audyetashelminl- This business! has hl'I'1O1r\ special trade nooooCc'r...* FOR NEW: OlI.KI.nmy: : OTHER J. 11 I. GALPHIN. Gon'l Ac't,
self expressed it, he IIIIII11'en "beaten at all for over h'l'lIh''aJ't.!$, and we have endeavored FRIDAY.) 1.1: Cedar Key, Fl.i.AVANNAH .
points ;" had been unable even to rebuke to fnrnisli our planting friends a PURE Of the most 1 fACCESSI1JLE ---- --

them, and utterly powerless: to stop the introduction ARTICLE( :, and their continued patronage I is : AND] DESIRAIH.E::: ; ,.y.t- FERNANDINA: : rti t : :
of this last undreamed-of element. our best indorsement.Ve are prepared to I

fill orders for all kinds of Fertilizers, togetherwith I.VMK IN TIIES'l'A'rl FOR KEY) WES'U\ HAVANAEVERY A Nil ,

Its influence upon those in thcouter ollice our Cotton and 1'111'1I'rtillzl'r and : OF FLORIDA: i'
: OTHER SATURDAY.:
had been' hard enough to bear ; but now Compound Acid Phosphate.: : ./f.tr"J.11'1CSON\'ILl.it: --n.\: \
that it had stormed his: last: stronghold, he J. N. \ROHSON it SOX, At only $1.2-1PI'r acre to new settlers, with

felt completely overwhelmed It was, indeed GG' Charleston, S. C, the privilege of selection parcels: of -10 "t...............................................t' t

time uukindestcutnfull.Vellusight ___ __"._.______ .. __. _h __ .
acres or more. These lands are IOI'alt.lol\ PARSONS:: it HALE:
]he have addressed, his brother in the! words Agents. !I TIIICOIJUII MXP {r
of the Ciesar. "And thou too and adjacent to t the line of t the SM.1t:! Cedar Icy ''hi.M : : .;
despairing .. .. -.4..4..
II. J. BAKEll & ] l{()
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oh, UrutusP Henry, however was not at ,
all theatrical ; and when he stopped and ATLANTIC, GULF AN'i::ST; INDIA] I.\ LORY'S( ,

considerable faced the culprit, he simply remarked, with TRANSIT:; CO.'S 1 P:. R., "'I.O.nn.S..RJ.S... .. ... \..:. V" '.. I IS
emphasis :

Well. I never thought you" could be such 215; PEARL STREET: : NEE\\";YOHIanufadurl'r" I l'\ extending from FERNANDIN'A on the Atlantic Only Hit-eel Line lo New York.iS ] ISLAND]) ROUTE. I
fool and
consummate
a Joseph, thereupon\
CEDAR KEY I ho (in If
to on coast: ,
sat! down and began to write. \1.1'10,
Joseph, the guilty, the meek, the erring thus affording fu the producer dll'a1'011\ -
cast wistful his brother's face :\ of Nilsson : .tlataimis .Hall Steamship
at
one : glances start and rapid transportation to the best: riMIE: GEORGIA( AND I FLORIDA
during a lengthy and painful I silence: longing markets. "' Line, -I
I INLAND STEAMROAT: ( Ct).
yet fearing to :speak At last he faltered
The belt of country traversed: by, the Transit Sailing (1'1'011I'I'IHlIHlilla every t two weeks on
: ( III'J'II: FiicTiMIICS.TIC '
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"I trust l you have no overpowering objection n. R. embraces, :; S. S. City 01' .\.stln. b
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Captain SriVKNs.:
Henry, in Use> meantime considerably: E'EItV'AIUIT\' OF :SOIL ci : ] Wr tIILrbsrer

cooled 11uw\ n. 1'1'I'hal'SOllie Iliekciingmcmories 1 S. S. 4'arondelet, =

of almost forgotten feeliimgPerhapsthe; \ / to he found in the State, a large proportion j* \ (Captain\ \Itr.cK.THE : A !
faint i remembrance; of loving eyes long since i being pCI'uliarly"laptc.1 to the culture of
dim, or the clasp of a little hand: long since .:1
41.-------a ShMi-Tiiorir.u.;ITs and Early Vegetables, AND
dust: and ashes ; or some touch III'rl'lIl !sympathy ou\xa ;, ,
with his: :simple, patient brother had ; and( The Large, ('III1flct"i,.* of Timlifrmake r 2t' ; "

softened him ; or the Meeting revelation of -- ii: --- .- I these lands worthy of C.I//// '/!/, /.'A'.LVAM7YOA' 4:5\!:: :- Fl.OIUIA'I'ILINNI'I': \ : ), t:

:something" higher, something beyond the by manufacturers Lf.Miicii ...-... ,.;;;. r
gathering in of the root III'IIIl evil, had ;:.."'1. J'X (T.t..: .. .... ...., TOAll ,
N. VAISroKKS.NEW: .
flashed across his mindVhcu he jpokehistone AND \ : t
was gentler. 1 : FINE I : STEAMSHIPS: : Points \orlh and 11'est'' t
: sl'1'1"rLlll,4I'urchasimig : :\::;
I don't say. Joseph, that I haveany overpowering \\S'I'IIt: : TI\AS.:
object ion, though, if I hail\, it is oll'ering ('011I fort unrivaled\ \ a cldl 111 fill sail
A Most Superior Article under our own land from this furnished (CAIT.\ 1IINES::
are
company\ Inhiml
full oTinteresting
now too late to gain anything by expressingit. ; over a ulrictly water-course,

Yon have taken this :step entirely on special Formula.&ar 1 with entire fr'eepatarlyetomi the Transit C'I'cu' It.\ ','..\19, scenery

your own responsibility( and!, of course.laaycJudgcd : ) Railroad: for family; and personal ctl'ccts CAIT. RISK.NE (:; The PAIACK Hn\: I 1':11": .
for vuursclttus to its wisdom
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to the :-IatiolIlI'arl.t: (111\.lallll purchased.TITLE I of the t above Steamers will leaveFernandina i i
but it 'ol1l1..k fo'I'my candid, opinion, Il11n."ttell () r i. 0 It IDA ,
you' that it undoubtedly appears: to me a ( : COMPLETE\( \ ( :, being derived by for New York every Friday Captain' JOHN Frr/iiHtAU' ,

1I\0-t-/\: 1110t "-he sought fur another grant from the United States and purchase ((10 suit the tide! ). 1

phrase in vain ; it !sprang to his lips and refused from the State of Florida This line, having no transfers to iniike AM
to set aside" a most: unbusinesslikeproceeding. : COMPLETE MANURES between 1

."-All tlc ]".1'" lltninil CORRESPONDENCE: \: : SOLICITED.(: FERNANDINA: AND NEW: YOIIIOllI'I \, UTY or nnllua:' \ i

the (Captain ----
WliITTKX M.I TTLIi: IN Till LS. I>Descriptive: uPS and <'lucri.MW I: mailed on
FoR EVERY FARM CROP, IIEST AND I CHEAPEST: : TRANSPORTATION '
application. TO FLORIDA\ ) SHIPPERS.Vegetables \ :: :: LC'U\'I'.JllC'kHOn\'III"\'I'r\, t' nor-
wit \T JUY PC SP.XT AT I.IMSTIIVN FIRST Cf.\S8' CIIAS.: W. (LEWIS): dayand Frhlll.I.y Steamboat Express: 11:15a.
K VTKS. and Fruits: will receive! special m.Leave.
Under the act of March( :3, 18711!), it was 1 provided Prepare on scientific principles: to supply (Land C Commissioner.Ollico care in handling.\ Fernandina by Steamer Floiida, on

: that mailable matter of the lir l-class the exact plant food for each crop, :so as: ('I\'. Hear: ): and Seventh:: Sts PASSENGER:; : ( ACCOMMODATIONS( ( ARE I arrival! mil.Train,
Hit "FIRST-CLASS.I::; \ Arrive Savannah every Tuesday, Thursday -
:shall embrace all matter wholly or partiallyin to produce large 'ic'lltl'r:< acre i
) and H .
The traveling\ public' are oll'ered. the advantages I. Saturday, II JII
writing, except as herein provided<< :' The ufa DIRECT) \ I':, WITHOUTANY )I < '10"'' connection made at Savannah with

postmaster-general recently j issued: an order : CHANGES.; (Connections: made at Palace i tcuulohlipsof the OCEAN: KI'ICAM-:
A MO PEU.ERX IN Jacksonville with all steamboats for all HIP COMPANY, every Wednesday\ an.r
revoking: section 2X2!: Postal Regulations\ !
: for New York. Also with lioslon.Kaltimori
points/ on the! :St; John's, 0tkiawuhnand Saturday,
and substituting the folio vingexcepttonsa'i Indian Ri\ers: 1111.witll\ the Transit Railroad ; and Philadelphia' stcimuni, IIlIdwith
referred in the act quoted : PRDmCHtIClTI.TUlt.I.. CHEMICALS: ; .- --- -- -- at Fernandina fur all railroad stations! all rail linen to all points North timid

Fir Corrected Pruuf sheets: and manuscript in Florida West.For.

copy accompanying the same. SULPHATE: AMMONIA.\ FREIGHT: : AND PASSENGER( RATES State-Rooms and Through Tickets,
H.'COIIIDale and name ut'time addressed, AS LOWH |IIY 1 INDIRECT: LINES.: apply tot
anti of the sender of circulars, and the correction
of mere tnograplticllll'rruro therein. ACID PHOSPHATES= ;: .J:1"'Through( Rates: and (Sills of. )lading I.e <' *V Aldcii'N", TonrlMt O'lIc'c'", I
Tin: n.oicmA to all points.
ThirllJlillrl'd..ts: and orders: for .ub-
hcriptlon: enclosed in second-class publications For passage or. further! I information m 1 apply J.U'kloll\'llIl-'ol1 of Pay! and. Ocean

h I'rovih..tl'ollch\ receipts and orders MURIATE): POTASH, rpOWN IMPROVEMENT): :: COMPANY. tom. Streets ; St. Augustine-Max liloom field's,
hall be in sods forms as to convey no other R. W. HOUTIIW'IAgc'lIt] iciir the )Post-OllU ; l'lllatkll-\. (>. Woltz.

information than the name, location and SULPHATE: OF] SODA, Ptriiandina. lushes'i \Drug Store ; Fernandina, EgmontHotel. :
C. MALLORY .t ( 0.
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subscription price of the publication or publications
I'krfast: ]: New York.. 2tlTIIK
I to which they refer. River (1 JUSTA VI'1:: LEV:,
Fourtll-The nameitnd address: the person NITRATE: :-:(1)HUI'ml'HOSI'LTE '\, lentil..dlnn, -- ---- ---- -- ---- -- ----- 1/11'11'11.114./ Ag't Sea Inland Route
St1JUun: SCIIIUIt.J.a: : : J. N. IIAIUUMAN
I to whom second-class: : matter may be TotviiN'' on It. 1C. 1,1 no.And ,
sent, and index figure of a subscription Look ) LIME 1 l l- _M4). Manager.
( ('dnr Jc'.J'. MTEUmEitds'1' : -- -
and words or figures, or both, indicating the
cPi4'I', )1 A It Y'/'I ItlV1lt: "'ti
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date which such
on the subscription to ma ,-
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SULPHATE: MAGNESIA: ; *
tcrill end. : DTIA.)/ : '.
{ J01IXS !: ITV' IMtIXT j} 1)\1(1'1' COJIN"
Fifth-Uxm| matter of the third class\ or I -! I ]

upon the wrapper inclosing\ : the same, the Offers to JA's:04et': and Purchasers a large _______'*" 1It--'M '
Pure (:round Boise
Strictly
sender: may write his own name or address lumber of the most eligible; \ and I desirable .
with the word from above and precedingthe Lots[ Hiiitable for Ilusiness I'uri oscs", or for 19'.S n I .r;;; .-'"
"same, and in either eau may nuke simple Suburban Residences. "
Our circulars give particulars, and arc City or ..
marks, intended to designate a word IT -=- >t. : -P;
passage of the text to which it is dt- irt.1 to nailed free to all applicant". They contain
\ UPON 1.1s'I'1ItMS.: : TIIK BTKA.MKKS
call attention information! that will bo of service to those!

Sixth-There may be placed I upon the cover buying or using Fertilizers 3-lm: Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to ..-... F '. OIC A JIIAICTIIA,

or blank leaves of book, or of RICIIAUIIHOK .
anyprinted
any Indus- Captain Captain ----
---------- -- -- -- -- -- -- parties engaged in inannfactitring or ( -
matter, of third class a simple manuscript leave Fernandina for Jacksonville
trial who will erect the
1"o8t-Office Xollce. cntcrprioes, on property WILL -
dedication( or inscription! such!! dedication \ substantial Pulatka, and intermediate lanilngs .
purchased hnprnn'1Ilt'lItllor ;0'r' DAILY HKKVICK.nThe :
or inscription must be confined to a Office JJurs-.rom 8:00: A. rt. to, fi.OO; p. M. ( residence, or in which to conduct theirbust on the St. John's River, and Savannah
simple addressor consignment of such book, Money Orders aIllIJtcogbtc'n..II (ttJ't from and Charleston, as folons :
or other printed matter, as a mark of resin*'I, 8.00: A, M. to 1:00: p. M. : and from 2JiMv.it: ) news.IxIUCi'oIINTH) TO MANUFACTURIIRS )Flora ]leaves Fernandina for St.Mary'sRiver
and must not contain anything that partakesof tfj 3)0:: p. M. Sundays from 10.30; to 11:10:: A. From FcrnandinuFOR landings every Monday, \\'t'nt'bday
; for term( from
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by exemption a year
the nature of a personal corrcsjioiidence.Seventh M, and 3'iO: to 4:30: p. M. taxation oil'crtil I by the several flilt-n amid JACKSONVILLE: Ain PALATKA, and Friday-returning on Tuesday, Thursday -
-Upon matter of the fourth class ARRIVAL AND DF.P\KTl'KK OF THE MAIU4. and Saturday.
t th,. snider may t\rte' his own name and ad- .\urthern J/'J(7-Arrives daily. at 10'JO:: A. )i. tlWIII1'1'1)' at ;EVERY: ) \VIIN1':51).1Y..1L: ): ) The Martha leaves Fernandina for name!

i tiroes, preceded by the word "from." and Closes! 'MX: J'. M. )l fctrOflice cur. beach .v 7th lot..., Fcrnandinu. Froin FernandiimFOR lolnts every Tuesday Thursday nnd Putur-
also the number and names of the articles Sonthfrn Mail-Arrives 3'JO:: p. M.Closes 16-tf lay-returning every Monday, Wednesdayand

inclosed. lie may also write upon or atttu.h 10.00: A, M. ) SAVANNAH AM CHARLESTON: Friday.)
such articles markor .Sf. J/lf'.,,', awl Trader' Hill J/"il- .
to any by tag or label, a nuts,
number, name or letter tur purpose! of .\rrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: P. M. ;EVERY: I"U IIJA Y."fi Through oLudiisg

... tdentitfcatfon.Prick I <.::10"18londaYIt and Thursdays at 8.00 A. M. Close ivinnection made with steanmersfur "y MALLORY'S LINE: of Btcamers tAJ all;
.::- -,--- Kt. Mnrifi, (JI,., Oldy- Mellonville and Enterprise): also with team- (loint.son the foit. Iar)"'..

: Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M, --- -- -- t'J'1i for klawaha River ; ul.o at Savannah: ('10"' '' Connect' to ii
Lime Tuesdays and Fridays at 2::a0 p. M. .
with for l'Y..rk.
Mtt'UIII'J'\j
t rou SAM:. Philadelphia, made with the New York, Charleston and
Cement "Wedn'wlaysandSatMays 0.00: A. M.
Jos ton lialtimorc.und Charleston' with
Uvannali Steniners.lXl .
Plaster. Closes: Tuesdays1't\ .IIH'oIla)'!!, DWELLING: HOUSE: CONTAINING learners for New York, Philadelphia Haiti-
t Hair, }'riIL1Y" ttn
At SVXBORX' IJOYT'14.) # SUIL.. T. RIM-KI.L, P. M.f with lot of land :2"iOxi"iO" feet, riever-faiiiiiK, Tina JtaHwa.Lf for routes North East and for Passengers. Excursionists: and Tourists
-- -- -- --- -- --- well of water tank capacity sixty barrelijro will find. this
Wtft.FIRSTCLASS a very attractive: trip) IU the
XOTICI: 'Joiio Iten urd- tans and out building%. number of orange wenery I Iii grand l, and allit.'ators'aud.othu'
Parties who have been granted the privilege and fig! tree, twenty-live' varieties of roses ; PASSENGER: ; ACCOMMODATIONH. game are abundant. "'

of hunting and killing; quail and other Will be given for proof to convict the one other llower and shrubs Ux> nurnfrotu to ;sir Either: of the above Ftejiniere ran be

gtiiie on my premises, us well as all other who dp>troved the ign; IKJUl'IlolI] the 1-mile mention. For further iiarticnlarx.. iipply toms Through Tickets and Staterooms eure l land chartered for t-xcuoion I jurtics tit anytime,
hmrrons, are dt....ired to discontinue the prac- tost near the railroad ..1101101."p. i.:. MURCH, all information fnrni Merl l at oflicc, cor- For further infonnatioit apply to
tive. -M 1 don't wt.. h lu-in killed out too F. frvrrT, On the prciniMM at Old Town. sic). Centre and Second= ktrctts.20ly A. U. NOYKS: Agent.
closely. JAMES T. O' EILL. Road Commissioner, Fernandina Ii*t. .Fernandina Fla., February y}, Il-il-SIIJ! : : C. A. XOVIM. 23v'? 12v3 :Fc-rnandiuti.: FL


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af i rL01t CI)"t Mmn01:. reverses conselnentlpon the war with writs or decrees in special cases! in other 70. An act for the relief Owynn, J. El- 13.). An act' to authorize the tmyistees of the

grace and dignity. The occasional move counties than those in which[ they. were I issued !' wood, J. Acostu and John Smith), of Mon Internal Improvement Fund to protect the

SAPURIAY, ,lfAIWI1 12 1881. ments which have been made to transfer the roe county. interest! of said fund by becoming o purchaser -
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; '. .- .. _. _.... seat or the State 17. An act for the protection of parents 77. An net relinquish the claim of the of the railroads ;front Lake City to
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r government some and guardians of minors. State of Florida to lands in the former Pa- Quincy and Tallahassee to St. Marks,should
IflGIl :LICENSE FOJt SELLING= }part of the State have created a sense of insecurity 18. An act for the relief of heirs of John latka military reservation embraced cer the same be sold at pending sale in decree incase

t, QUOITS CONSIDERED AS A TEATrERANCE and doubt as to the possible! effect of Broward.If tain entries, and warrant: locations in the of J. Fred. Schutte vs. the Jacksonville
I F MEASURE. such a measure the future welfare of the ). An act to provide fur the assessment!! United States Land Ofllce.Y8. Pcnsncola!' it Mobile Railroad Company.
The local upon and collection of taxes upon improvementson An act to authorize Irwin Johns to 130. To authorize the county commissioners
; option law, after n long discussion city. Doubtless, the advantages of havingthe the public lands, and for the protection erect a milldam across Sampson rivcrcreck, to. grant [leave to applicants the right to
't in both houses, failed to become a law, Capitol ore overrated, but still it is natural of occupying claimants of said lands. and to back waters on certain swamps and erect mills!, and dams, and toll bridges: upon
in consequence!' of disagreement as to its pro that they should prize what is apparently 20. An act for the relief of Walter Owynn, overflowed lands. and across the rivers and streams in their respective
l visions. treasurer and others 79. An act to authorize Hiram Wilson, a counties.
f '. 1 coveted by others. Should the Capitol be 21. An act to enable a married woman to minor of Columbia county, to take charge of 137. An act to prescribe the time and manner
f The temperance feeling in the legislature removed, of which there is no present pros dispose!' ( of her separate property by last will and control his own estate of giving notice of contest of election of

vas, however, strongly evinced by the Increase pect, the pleasant amenities and generous and testament 80. An act to prevent the selling! hiring, any A"scniblvnian.
of the license to sell liquors, whether hospitalities of Tallahassee! will be long re 22. An act to make certain regulations! of bartering, lending or giving to minors under 138. An act to fix the license of ste'edMs. K.

"by wholesale or retail, to the sum of three membered. practice and pleadings in actions of eject sixteen years of age, or any person of unsound .
I ment. mind, certain firearms or other dangerous 139. An act to authorize the appointmentof
hundred dollars for the State license, and While there seems less business activity 23. An act to admit Solon 15. Turman and weapons. a committee to investigate the issue of

one hundred and fifty for county license:' and than at the East, Tallahassee docs not appear ;- Henry L. Branch, of JIlIIo: v the same for city license, so' that in incorporated to be law. more, and the widow of Dr. S. ;M. Tucker. disposition: of the same.
retrograding. Her enterprising:' 24. An act to amend an act to grant certain 82.:! An act for the relief of W. L.Trcsca. 140. An act to authorize II. B. 1[inn andT.
I towns the annual taxes for liquor sell citizens have shown their faith in her futurein lands to the Tampa, Pease Creek & St.Johns 83. An act to authorize I). F. Judah, of Gill to establish a toll-bridge on the Ala-
ing will amount to six hundred dollars the erection of many handsome residences. River Railroad Company. Pensacola manage his own estate. phia river Munn's ferry.

"; The effect of this high license tax will be The ravages of fire on the business' 25. An act-to amend section 2 of an act for 84. An ac to legalize thetowngovcrnutent 141. An act to regulate the practice of
to diminish the number and increase the the protection of ports, [harbors, bays and} rivets of Orlando, Orange county medicine in this State, and for other purposes. -
respectability streets have been
CI replaced( with better build- of this: State, and to repeal Chapter 1900, 83. An act to empower the governor, .
t of bar-rooms in towns. It will ings.! A successful cotton factory and an active Laws of Florida. treasurer, and comptroller, to.borrow moneyfor 142. An act to authorize the payment of

suppress) the disreputable low-class gruggeI agricultural association: give token of 20. An act to incorporate the Live Oak it State purposes. certain comptroller's certificates, given for
vies, which are the resort of the most\ vicious I industry and self-helpfulness. If those Rowland's Bluff Railroad Companv. 80. An act for the payment of costs adjudged balance due on warrants aad bonds exchanged
useful 27. An act to authorize W. II. and 1). N. against the State of Florida by the for bonds of 1871 and 1873.
p and worthless, and will also increase the outside evidences[ of thrift and self ap- Cone to establish: a toll bridge across the Su- Supreme Court. 143.: An act authorizing T. H. Jeroch to

price of drinks in the licensed barrooms.The predation, paint and whitewash, were more wancc river. 87. An act for the reliefof II. J. Stewart, I.. establish and run a public ferry between Cedar
I cross-road grog-shops will necessarily generally made use of, Tallahassee would 28. An act to amend sections 20 and 21 of of Hamilton county, Fla. Key and Atsena Otic
j it would he for the Chapter 71, Laws of Florida. 88.: An act for restoration to rights of citizenship 144. An act to authorize Pauline C. Keepto
I' disappear, as impossible present to the eye of a stranger a charming 2!). An act for the incorporation of the of Augustine Wuldron. establish a fC'rrylcross the Apalachicola
l 'Tendons of liquors in country neighborhoods picture of a Southern town, with its pleasant Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of 87. An act to dissolve municipal corporations i I river, Aspalaga. Gadsdcn county
t and suburbs to pay this high license, houses, cottages and stately mansionem- Good Templars of Florida under circumstances therein stated, 117. An act for restoration of Edward Bailey
; 'hi very case amounting to four hundred bowered the 30. An act to authorize the real parties in and to provide governments for the same. to citizenship i
forest and
growth luxuriant interest to bring and uaintainsuitsat law in 80. An act to incorporate the Orange 145." An act for relief of W. C. Lanier and j I
and fifty dollars. The objects aimed at by shrubbery, rose trees, azaleas, and japonicas, their own names in certain cases Ridge and DeLand it Atlantic Railroad others, of Gadsden rount40. \'. ,
'he advocates of a local option law will thus neat and well-kept enclosures out-build :31. An act to require plaintiffs in attachment Company. ] An act for relief of I). M. J. Pawlegh. I

i be probably more effectually carried out. ings. A generous use of paint and whitewash, suits before justices of the peace to execute 81. An act for the relief of Robert B. Savage 150. An act for relief of William Brcnnan
e The licensed be trusted to watch.Anal hondo of Brevard county. and others, ofGadsdcn county.
dealers)
may make all difference in the world in the 32. An act to 151. An act to enlarge the equity jurisdiction
I repeal an act approved February 82.:! An act to protect officers in the execution -
ferret out the unlicensed vendors, and coup d'ueill'resent'd to the eye of a stranger. 11,18(51.( entitled an act to improve the of legal process. of the circuit courts.
,. We may hope that the evils of intemperance Neglect of these'things does not impress itself navigation of Peace Creek, and to drain the 83. An act to confirm the organization of 152. An act for the relief of the heirs of

I vaay be lessened by this legislation the citizen who becomes habituated swamp and o\'Crflowelllands, and an actap- the Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Halifax Helen C. Race), executrix and heir-at-law
upon proved February 9, 1870, entitled an act to River Railway Companv. and to grant certain of W. C. Racey, etc.
t The license for selling malt liquors is to them, but to the stranger accustomed!' incorporate the Pease Creek Immigration ferry privileges and lands to said com 153. Supplementary to Chtpt'r3111, Lawsof

placed at twenty-live(\ dollars, ,which, with to the annual, brushing up and renovation, tt Agricultural Society, and to provide for pan '. Florida, and extending the time for the
the county and city tax added, would not which all Northern villages make an almost the sale of the lands covered by said act, or 94. An act for the relief or Robert Funkc, redemption of lands sold for taxes assessed
exceed dollars( So either of them, and to clear the title of the M. I)., O. K Archer, James Somerville, Jeremiah since; the year 1870.
fifty we anticipate
may religious duty of, itgives an unfavorable impression trustees of the internal improvement fundto Dyner, A. G. Andrews, J. E. Russell, 154. An act to enable settlers on State
A diminution of the salo of spirituous liquors I and first impressions arc import the same. J. A. Barnes and N. McCollnin. lands to obtain titles thereto.

i and an increase of the sale of beer, ant. 33.: An act to prevent the selling as butterof 0.). An act to amend sections 2, 3 and 4 of 153. An act to define the effect of the cer-

i i certainly much loss injurious to public morals : Middle Florida owes much to the Floridlan oleomargarine, or any spurious preparations an act to incorporate{ the St. Johns & Lake tificates of the county treasurer, and other
Kustis Railroad 20 officers of the State of Florida.
purporting to bo butter Company, approved July ,
and the order of than the
good society, its able and influential whose
I journal, 1879. 150. An act to make appropriations for
34. An act for relief of F. N. Foy, collector -
fiery decoctions, which craze the brain and capable and thoroughly-informed editor, Mr. of revenue Marion countv. 90. An act for the relief or county officers. criminal prosecutions.

impel to violence and crime. So we suppose Dyke, has, with unflinching zeal, long maintained 35.: An act for relief of A. Mosclcy, sheriff/ 97. An act to authorize the governor to 157. An act to provide for the manner in
appoint a to visit the convict which jurors and witnesses serving at coroners'
both parties will be satisfied' -the temper- of Leon county. chaplain camp.
I, a zealous advocacy Middle Florida 30. An act relating to arrest of fugitives 98. An act for the adoption, of a child by inquests shall[ be paid.
-ancc advocates by the high license, amount interests under great discouragements and from justice! from other states. M. A. Douglas and wife. 158. An act to amend Section 5, Chapter

ing to prohibition in most localities, and theopponents lack of support from others more largely in 37. An act to repeal and dissolve municipal 99. An act to prescribe the manner in 3100 of the Laws of Florida, approved March \
of local option by the defeat of terested. We are glad to observe that corporations under certain circumstances, which counties shall sue and be sued. 7, 1870. entitled an net to amend sections 2,
success and to provide the manner in which such 100. An act to amend section 4 of an act 3, 4, 5 and 0 of an act to amend sections 2, .
Interest and well-deserved prosperity has been cities may become reincorporated of February 27, 1872, allowing the voters of G, 7, 8, 9 and 10 of an act entitled an act to
l achieved by the veteran journalist, who has 38. An act for the butter government of cities the several counties to locate their county fix and regulate the fees and per diem ofcer-
the law a fair trial, even if it I is not in form done so much for the State. and towns in this State. sites tain[ officers herein designated, approved
what many desireI.iWITOULIL 3!). An act for the better protection of passengers 101. An act to enforce a distinctive wrap- February 14, 18H ; approved March 2, 1877.
F on railroad cars, and the employesof ping and proper labeling of preparations: of 159. An act to appropriate two hundred
THE ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE.We railroad companies. morphine. dollars to supply deficiencies in the general t
CORRESPONDENCE.TALLAHASSKK. 40. An act concerning the county site of 102. An act to authorize State-attorneys to appropriation for the year 1881.1GO. j
herewith list the
//t, FI , The transition from East Florida to Mid- passed! b)' the legislature so far as they have 41. An act to make the public use of indecent 103. An act for the relief of K C Morton, defray) the expenses of the volunteer militia f,
received the approval of the governor. The or obscene language a misdemeanor, of Polk county. ordered out by the governor.
. i. dlo Florida very marked in the appearance quantity of legislation seems great fora and provide for the punishment thereof. 104. An act for the relief of Peter Goss. 161 An net to fix the }pay ofthc members.
fJ(Ii. ', i single session, but aftcrexamination it will administrators having an interest in estates 1881.
t : tics. Passing north through Alachuu and Camp Ground Suwanee county.
be seen' that the laws of a general nature arc 43. An act to regulate proceedings before which they represent the prop 10:!. An act to amend an act entitled an
,n Columbia countiej no"Cry marked difl'crcnces comparatively few, and those embrace very I justices of the' peace in cases: of peace war erty of such estate at pubic sale. act relating to the finances of this State.
" 1 \ arc observable. The orange trees shed rants 10(5. An act to provide for calling out theorganized 163. An act to keep in good repair the public
of laws. Like the
their leaves to about the same extent at few changes existing preceding 4t. An act to provide for the service of and enrolled militia of this Stateto roads and highways'.
..Jaincsvillo! and Lake City The new growth legislature of 1879, it has: granted subpoenas in chancery and other counties aid the civil authorities 161. An act to amend the 27th section of
quite n number of railroad charters, and than the one in which action is brought. 107. To incorporate a Company and to facilitate Chapter 3117 of the Laws of Florida, approved
, '. ;;;.th Many years had elapsed 40. An act to fix the time for holding circuit railroad from Green Cove Spring, on the St. prescribing the terms of the circuit court in
.11 l'Ioll the country roads leading building then The number of private relief court in the Fifth Judicial Circuit Johns, to Melrose, Alachua county, under the First Judicial Circuit
bills, ferry charters, and mill-dams and 47. An act relating to landlords liens for name of Green Cove Spring it Melrose Railroad 10.). An net for the relief of Robt. F. Allison -
Columbia and Iii
tk fi' to a great I
booms, indicate the necessity of providingfor what and upon what it exists. II I Company. of :Suwanee:; county
:f a 1 j and farms was notice- all such matters cither before the courts, 48. An aet to enable persons whose lands .I 108. An act to grant certain lands to the 100. An act making appropriations for the ,
able. Much new land is being taken in and were sold for taxes prior to 1877 to redeem East Florida Railroad COIn pat1\ maintenance of the insane asylum, salariesof
old fields long neglected are being put the county commissioners, or under general the same. 109. An act for the relief of II'. W. Downing officers, and the erection: enlargementand
many laws. Take out this class of legislation and 49. An act to legalize the town government of Alachua county repairs of buildings of the insane a'l!'y1 -
winder fence. Thebeautiful hills, which for twenty days would have been ample to consider of Quincy. 110. An act to prohibit the sale of intoxicating 1 um.
.many miles herald the approach to the and legislate all other matters 50. An act to" incorporate the Lake George liquorsithin two miles of any campground 107. An act for the relief of Charles Jones,
capital, are now brown and bare, and the upon Fruit Growers Association. used for religious worship in this of :Marion county.
brought before the It'gislature."c understand :51. An act fur the relief of A. L. Randolph State 1GS. An nut to provide for the appoint
shrubs and
destruction of tender
general partial the journals will comprise over 1,200 and W. A. Rawls. 111. An act to restore ColumbusCohran! to ment of boards of health for incorporatedcities
destruction of the orange trees i is very exceeding in volume previous 52. An act to amend the fourth\ section of rights of citizenship. and towns [in this State containing three
I noticeable. The question naturally ari c.'tI pages any nn act concerning the olllro of clerk of supreme 112. An act for relief of D.M.; Hammond, hundred or more registered voters.
+ the in endeavoring to the session since Florida became a State,and entailing court, approved' February 8. unil. of Nassau:' county. 169. An act to authorize Win. B. Runyanto
*!s to safety grow a heavy expense, much of which 53.: An act fixing time for holding courtsin 113. An act to legalize the town government build and keep a toll-bridge across the
I I orange in this vicinity. Many seem to be should have been borne by those who seek Seventh Judicial Circuit. Madison.; [ Little Bayou in Escambia countv.
entirely discouraged, while others are still Fully two hundred acts 51. An net to encourage the planting of 114. An act for the relief of Augustus 170. An act requiring the clerks, sheriffs.
i Lopeful. It is, perhaps too soon to judge sp'c1all'gislatlon. oysters in the waters of this State, and protect Driggers) ofOrunge county, constables county judges and justices of the
yj have been passed. The list which we publish the rights of owners thereof 115. An act for the relief of F. M. Jolly, ,peace of the several counties of this State to
has been done. Some trees
what damage was carefully compiled by us: in the 3.). An act to fix the time of holding the of Alachua county keep a record of the costs they charge.
'are killed to the ground, while others are office! of the secretary of state, and embraces courts in the Third Judicial Circuit. 110. An art for the relief of the estate of 171. An act to amend chapter 3147 of the<<
putting out new growth. Probably, well- included 6(5.( An act to authorize commissioners to Boiling Baker. act of 1879. entitled an act to protect the food
and not
thrifty, strong trees, with the foliage between sixty seventyacts swear witnesses and 1 legalizing oaths heretofore 117. An act forthe relief of Lot Bryant, of fishes of this !State: and to regulate fisheries,
grown, in the lists published[ by the Savannah Xetci administered by them. Leon county. approved March[ 11, 18 9.
4 well protecting the body of the tree, and the Union, and covers all which had received :57. An act to give: concurrent jurisdictionto 118. An act to prevent the improprr living 172. An act for the relief of Jas. S. Turner,
would not bo materially injured It is to be the signature of the governor up to the counties of Walton and Washington together of certain )persons. of Levy coun1173 '\'. '
hoped that there will bo ground of encouragement over the water of Choctawhatchie Bay 1 W. An act prohibiting special taxation in An act to authorize Peter Thompson
the close of the This the 10th inst. As the digest will soon be OS. An act for the relief of Daniel Morri: [ certain cases. of Levy county to take charge of and manage
by year. pore printed, we understand no pamphlet copy of son Jr. 110. An act to reapportion the Congressional his own estate
:: tion of Florida embraces HO much good the acts will be published. We will give 59. An act to amend section 1 of an act in districts of this: State. I 174. An act to amend an act to incorporate ""

,planting\ land that it is hardly possible its next week a synopsis of the acts relating to relation to certain State bonds, appro veil 121.: An act to authorize W. T Jackson to the Presbyterian Church of Jackson 1t.,
advantages should not bo eventually appreciated March 7, 1S77. construct a boom on the Suwanee river approved March 2. 1840.
the assessment and collection of revenue. GO. An act for the benefit of sheep-rais 122.: An act to amend the first section of 175. An act to incorporate the :Moiiticclloit
and population flow in. The completion ( We publish elsewhere III full the act fixing! ers and protection sheep and other stock an net of March 1, 1577, to regulate criminal Georgia Railroad Company.

of the railroad from Chattahoochce to the rate of taxes to be collected during the against! dogs.il. proceedings before justices of the pence: I 176. An act to }prevent careless use of firearms << -
J'ensacola, connecting at that point with the ( An act for the relief of M.( B. Aberna- 123. An act in relation to land grants made : on the public highways.
1881) and 2.
extensive railway system known as the years thy. and to be made at the present session of the 177. An act fur the reliefof Henry Jerni-
TITLES; or AITS PVSSRII II V TIn oExEttt..S-! (52.;: An act for the rl'licfof W. J. McDonald I legislature gan, of Walton county Florida.
Louisville it Nashville, will doubtless bring SEMBLY: 1831. of Holmes county. 124.: An act to amend the first section of 178. An act to incorporate the Orange Citv.
into !<'Ioridby that route a great deal of 1. An art to amend Section I, Chapter (53. An act to authorize T. .:. Dekle to cuta Chapter 3138, haws of Florida, an act prescribing Collegiate Institute
Western travel, and lead to the examination :2OU i. mill dam across Five-Mile creek, in Bradford a uniform rate of fare upon railroads, 179.! An act for the relief of Mrs. II. A.
2. Relief of Thos. Carruth.. county. approved March 11, H.l7J.! feeeley.
of Middle Florida as suitable agricultural region 3. An act to prevent the wanton injury of (51. An act for the relief of Ely C. Horn 12.'). An aet fixing the times for holding 180. All act to incon>orato the Blue Spring,
: to be settled up by Western and South- nil hllals. and others. the Circuit Courts of the Fourth Judicial Cir- Orange City it Atlantic Railroad Company.
em men who wish more genial but productive 4. An act to define the boundary line .between 415. An act for the relief of Caroline Jones, suit 181. To incorporate the Okeehumkec A
field of labor counties of Ix-on and Jt.t1l'1''t1l1. of Suwanee county. 1 1i.( An net to designate the holidays to be Panasoftkeo Railroad Company.
Middle Florida otters 5. An act in relation to the punishment of OS. An act to incorporate( the take GeorgeCemetery observed in the acceptation payment of 182: To; authorize William Taylor, Jr., to
1 For many products crimes! misdemeanors.$. Association. bills exchange, bank ihecksand uromis-- establish a ferry across the St. Johns river
.
:i t : ,greater inducements than any other portion 6. An act to authorize thedrcuit courts of (!7. An act to provide summary proceedings sore notes. from picolata, m St. Johns 'ounhto, the
1 .of the State. The experiments made with this Slate to convict and sentence, criminals against; delinquent tenants. 127.: Joint resolution requiring the gayernor Bellamy or St. Augustine road, west' of Pic
indicate that it ism fruit in certain cases. (M. .lnact amend section 7 of an net entitled and comptroller to institute proceedings olata and across the said river, said road dividing
1 the LeConte |It'ar peculiarly 7. An act to prevent illegal ,voting in this an act to amend sections 2, 29, 35, 3fi, against; all railroad companies who have the counties of Clay and Putnam
1 { well suited to that climate and soil State. 5H mud IM of an act entitled an act relating to fused to pay taxes on their railroad re' leading to Tallahassee, .Florida.
4 I and quite as productive as! the orange. The 8. An act to suppress gambling. proceedings before justices of the |eace. approved for the collection of said taxes. property" 183. To authorize the construction of a
and wine of Middle Florida. arc the 9. An act relating to the custody of i>or- February 10, 1711. 128. An act to provide for the completion boom or booms on the Suwanee river.
grape sons charged with[ or convicted of crime. (50. An act for the reliefof Win.J. Duncan printing, distribution and sale of the 1S4. To incorporate the Florida Midland
!best In the State. Oats, rye and corn, and 10. An act prevent certain defalcations[ and Nehemiah Hall. of the Laws of Florida, and other Digest tk Georgia Railroad Company and to grant
do better there than elsewhere. 70. An act to incorporate the (' itThomiuville purposes certain lands '
short cotton in money or property. 129. An act to protect sailors, and to to the same.
A distribution of the population, un influx 11. An act to incorporate the Florida Con Railroad Company. hibit persons engaged in the business pro of Is), To Incorporate the Tro'iut( : l't'nin8u- r
introduction of manufactories nnerdalmnpany. I 71. An act to incorporate the Walton Co- shipping! sailors, etc. lam Railroad Company, .
of small planters, 1:. An act to authorize A. D. McKinnon[ I. operative Association, No. 132: of Patrons of 110.n act to provide for the preservation ,180' ,;T incorpurate thc .\ and Gulf
the use: of fertilizers and united action lock mill Husbandry, in Walton county, and toast Canal Land
and Jus. .\. lines to construct a safe-keeping of the records and vouch[ and Okeechobee .
of its people to advance their common and dam on and across the Big[ Sandy, in 72. An act relating to the intermarryingof I ers in the othce of the comptroller. ,ni T') l'rohiLit! the fishing for -
specified
t interests would doubtless in a few years Holmes county, Florida white persons with IK.TSOIIS of color 131, An act to incorporate the Pensacola! ? certam Pf (X.ls! .f time therein .
1 13. An act to supply deficiencies in the 73. An act tn furnish: the attorney-gener Street-car Company. To Suthonze i limited
1 make Middle Florida a prosperous and sue- appropriations for the years 1877, 187 and al's ollioo with Florida Supreme Court Report 13:!. .lnacttuineoriwratethePensaeoiltk i To harLor-mast copartnerships.of this State

q <*fitful region, 18*). } *. Atlantic Railroad Company, and to appolllted by the Gonrnor
One cannot but hope for u brighter future 14. An act to permanently locate the'oun. 71. An .franchises for the surrender of cert un lands to the same. grant 100. An act fur levying "tax for the
t { which has for **veral causes ty site of Holmes county. munU'iul "" by cities and towns 13.1.1: 1act for the assessment: and collec 1881 and 1852: years
forTal1aha. 13. An act to authorize the board of commissioners 75. An act to amend an act entitled an act tion of revenue
than others of our towns. Alpreeminent of Slate institutions to to incorporate the Protestant Kpiscopal: The defeat or time apPortiOnh\e
purchasea 131.n
offered more act to com[' nsate ', 0, )( bill b oftrouhle
for the charms of iU hosaudirue small tract of land Church in the Diocese Florida: approved Jr., collector of revenue of Monroe, aloner. only as it
j ways refinement, it IHV.borne the 16. An act to provide for the execution of February 10. lM. for n lua.blItcn' l'l t.j, ties State county i It'gblaturl1i and Upell ee for the statteeslwhose

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I E AN.? ACCOUNT Ol'i -r-J ridge of high lands runs across, on which is tria had done for Hungary. An armed revolution

i: ANT 1'1.1111111.1 a continued grove of orange-trees, live-oak at one time contemplated by the SAJNTBCmisr I-IO YTW

i WITH AJournal wild cherries, and magnolia; on each side Penises, was impossible for two reforms .n .. ____ ___.____ _____ ..._. ___ __ ______, ___. ._ ._ .________.___ ___

'N of this ridge, is as fine n body of rich lowlands The first was that coercion was about to borevived

KEPT BY o-s any in the world.! Near this island by act of Parliament ; the second,

JOHN IHRTKVM OK Pmr.\i>iariiIlotanist .\, I is a tract of very olIIl\llll. separated from it the English: with their ships and their GO

] to His :Majesty by a creek of about 40 yards wide, and deep wealth could} } easily oblige the Irish tocapit- c

for the Floridas; enough for any ship. Great plenty of fresh late by starving them out

UPON) water fish i is here in the river, I\IHluh\lllll. The Giiuloit, which mentions the meeting >H WE. HAVE JUST RECEIVED,

A Journey from St: Augustineup alive of ducks, and wild turkies upon the between )1t\ol'S.I'urnellnllll llochefort, states

the lover St Johns. island I shall return to East-Florida; next that it occurred bet ween t three 1\11I1i; x o'clockat !

November, and carry negroes with me ; as a cafe! in the neighborhood of the Hue O Z

LONDON: the governor will not grunt our land, till Drouot also treats its readers to an account
'i Sold by W. NICOI.L, No. SI, St. Paul's By Rail, Steamer, and Sail, ,
the IH'grol'lure arrived in the province.J.4LAI.t1'ill' of an interview between one of its reportersand \ td
Church-Yard, and WOODKAU,
Chari-Cross.. ( WASU1SGTOX.INAl'UURAI the held of the Land) League. In the
[Price Shillings.] conversation the member from Cork said :

1765.A1PENIIN. FKSTIVITIK.S.\ \1I..q, PICKIMCKRTS Henceforth\ if our l'oliticl1ll'l'lItrl' remains O

PROCESSION'S, lUU.S, KTC.WASHINGTON : in )Dublin, our I financial centre; will he in A LARGE STOCK OF I !

I : 1). 0., :March 5, 181. Paris, We shall place the money best well\ i'I

In order that persons unacquainted with We are just through with (the inauguration out of the way of the English: government.': 0(3 rV I. !

the author, may have other testimonies besides ceremonies,fftet, processions, receptionsand In answer to the question, "Have you any

)his own, relative to matters contained balls, and every householder and his atllnity with the Fenians Mr. Parncllsaid! l :

in the aforegoing( sheets, he has thought wife, Washington! is rejoiced that the "The l'\'lIlanlure to us what the Opportunists r

proper to insert the following extracts of letters agony i is over. I have seen the crowds that : are to the Intnmsigeants in France. J. FUBNIT-.JBE I'

and account;';, which it is in his power to flocked to Fairmont Park duringthc: days: of They dream of an Independent Irish llepub- Z !

authenticate, if necessary. Centennial Exhibition: and in Paris at lie, and this can only be established by a

Extract of a proclamation, by his excellency the International Fair of 1878. 1 have seen brutal revolution Our object is more i immediate. 2W !

James Grant, Esq ; governor of 1 tmt: -Flor the two largest capitals of Europe enffte, )but, We desire first to accomplish an ri --AND- 1p 1

ida. fora wC'lIapl'ointclulIll'l'IIp rfortl111 pro economic reform ; then we shall demand the I
!
'And whereas it may greatly contribute to granule of celebration and festivity, I have 1'1'"ta\.Ii"lllIIl'lIt, \ of the Irish Parliament ; I

the speedy settling of this his majesty's pro never seen anything that was l'cualJI"liti"arl \ but we do not I'rofl'1':01I1I1)' intention! of separating o GENERAL MERCHANDISE. I Im I'

1 vince, to inform all persons of the healthiness finem, to the inauguration of President and constituting: / a new stale. These

soil, and productions thereof; I do, in Garfield With the exception of Paris, no projt'l'IoIlIrl': too bold to .bo capable: of real! :t
this proclamation further publish, and make and solid zation. 4
other city lea such wide, smooth, : ,, ...
known, that the former inhabitants lived to streets for processional: : display, and no city .U 0
A JV/il'" n.1l l.nOHI 1'ROJ1CT.
his since their Z
great ages ; majesty's troops, has such a spacious and well appointed ,
\V. II. II the Tallahassee

taking possession of it, have enjoyed an uninterrupted currespondent
building, fur receptions I and balls, as t the new
of the Savannah: leers, gives us the following
state of good health : fevers National Museum: allords. It was the re- CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK r<
statement of a new railway project ic1::
which the autumn :
are so common during mark of many that, if this spacious systemof
designed connect the coast portion of Volusiacounly -
in other of America unknown here.
parts are salons had been built with special reference -
: with the St. Johns river, at Pa-
The winter is so remarkably temperate, that '
00
to such/ latka. If this: road, can be built it will be of
of all kinds raised <
vegetables are duringtlmtseason night it could: not have been" better i
without any art. planned. The inauguration committespared very great advantage\ to that line portion of
Volusia, once a garden spot, but now cut 011'from
The soil on the coat!' i is in general sandy, neither\ labor nor expense-to make the ball

but productive with proper cultivation.\ The successful, and the a',let of the occasion borrowed transportation facilities: ; RN--
One of the most important' railroad bills SAN 0YTDRY i
lands rich and fertile in the interior
are partsof
quite as \much from their work on the passed during) the present session is that
the province, and on the sides of the building, and the perfection of its appointments granting ten thou"IIIIIIIU'rt'oIpcr: mile to the ;

rivers, which are numerous. Fruits and as from the brilliant assemblage that Palatka&\ Indian River Railway Coup)any.
grains be raised with little labour : the This route will be some seventy miles in J JT
may gathered in its halls. It will be impossible, length and will open, when completed avery GOODS AT NEW YORK PRICES
late inhabitants had often twp crops Indian in the space of one short letter, to go into tine region of country, now almost unsought
corn in one year, and the breeder here will details. There were over four thousand guests: in consequence of the lack of transportation .\ Till] 1'OrUI.AH 1HIY GOODS IIOUNK OF

,/ be under no necessity of la'ingup fodder for among whom were the President of to-day facilities. -.
the winter so there is at all times sufficient The southern terminus of this road connects & rim..IcYDD.EDRY .
; and the President of yesterday ; Generals :; -
with :Mosquito: lagoon, at or near An- _. .
quantity of pasture to maintain his cattle. Hancock, Sherman: Sheridan, and many rant ha, at the head of Indian river, which is:
The indigo plant remains unhurt for several other distinguished army and naval officers navigable for boats: for a distance of one hundred ---

years, and may be cut four times in a in full uniform ministers of foreign and seventy-five tulles:
; powers GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES
The northern terminus I Palatka. of
one ,
season Wild indigo is found here in great I with their attaches, all in full court the most flourishing: towns on the :St.; Johns:
abundance ; which, with proper cultivation dress ; Senators and Members of Congress, river, i is distant from Jacksonville nbuutseventy NOTIONS .AM FANCY UOODN.i .

. is esteemed in the French islands to be the governors and ex-governors of states; ladies miles.and i I is noted rcnde/vous for tour : LAUGEST::::! AND JEST: STOCK TO SELECT: : KKOM, AT! PKICES: WHICH
1 ists. Thesound policy of making: I this point
battallion individually J. CANNOT HE: UNDEKSOLD.
by the distinguished -
best.From the northern terminus of the proposed road .
the great luxurian(')' of all the West- as maid or wife, or mother, or for beautyof is obvious, from the fact that it is: the most! Large shipments of .. .\1,1NIt WIVl'Ull: GOODS received weekly.

Indian weeds, found in the southern part of face, form, or costume. It i is impossible southern point for, ocean MeMnHiip connections ;;:.?f-Wholesale and lie tail. Orders by mail receive prompt Ilttrlltiou.l' ( *

this province, it is not to be doubted, but I' to paint n rainbow, or limn in words the in addition\ to' the lines$ of river \\' York Olllce, irvikik I N.E. Cor. Centro and Third, t'
,
steamers to the head waters of the f A T. }
that all the fruits and productions of the concussion! of an earthquake. This ball was plying t.JolIlI'l. :'W! Walker Street.FU11CHGOTT. I-'ernandina, Fla.r1IIE .

IVest-Indies may be raised here ; though stunning. The programme had eighteen/ There will prnhnblvsuun be other railroad

either from want of industry of the late inhabitants dances. At times, there were three hundredsets connections that will unite this magnificent BENEDICT: & CO.
from the Interruptions country with the great railway system of the ,
or frequent dancing, in tune to a score of bands. and .
North "'l': they met with from the Indians, no Thousands! of waltzcrs and rticquettcrs! glided :, of most: rcliablogentlc'iiirn that I Ibis road: will Southwest, Corner: of flay n..cl"IC' NlrrclM; .
improvements of that kind were ever at to the rapturous compositions of Strauss, or bo an assured fact as its incorporators Include .
tempted. Oranges, limes, lemons, and other shot about like coniets to the wild music of many of the solid,l men of the country
who own large landed interests: along the
fruits, spontaneously: over the country. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
grow the racquet There had been much talk route, which only require the powerful aid ,
\ This province abounds with mahogany, about the number of colored people that of rapid transit! to render I this one IIf lie I most
and all kind of lumber, fit for transportation would 1)1at the ball, but this variety was desirable sections of Florida OFFER: GUEAT: HAKG.MNS: IN:

or ship-building; and the conveyanceof exceedingly scarce, anti, it must: be said to The ample private means: of the I Jncorpo-!
raters, together with the assistance:
the commodities, or productions hereof, their credit, very well behaved. by the :State; combine to give the guaranteed asMir-: DDDD) )[ mum YY YY (HH! ;(iU 000 OOO )DDDD[ SSSSS
DDDDl) ) >)> KKKKK YY YY GGGGGG. OOOOO OOOOO DDDDD) ) [)) SHSSSSSi
will be attended with little thereis
expence, as This morning, Saturday, thousands of visitors ancethat thisenterisri e will be carried to a
[DD)I 1)1)IOt[ Kit YY YY no i ) (i iJ OO OO OO OO ]DD HI) ) HH
water-carriage every where arc crowding the trains on their return successful termination. DD[ III) ) mtHlt YYY GO I OO OOOO) 0(1)1))1)] SSSSSS:
Senator [Delano of Volusia anal
: prepared'
Abstract of a letter from an eminent planter before ]DDKK[ Kit YY GG GGO OO OO )
home, but it will be at least a week carried through the bill against considerable: DD 00 OO DD DD SS
in South-Carolina to a noble lord in England / the city will have simmered down to its customary ot'l'o"illon.lmel its success/ I is greatly due to DDDDD( [ Kit Kit YY GGGGGG; OOOOO OOOOO nrwllIH.I) ; S SUI)1)I
) ) Kit Kit YY GGGGG. OOO)() OOO DDDD) ) ) ) SSSSS:
dated, Charlcstown, August 27, 17(>). le'el.'hat an opportunity was his p NOIIUllihilit\1I1I11 industry. Himself'
Soon after my arrival Augustine, I setout missed in taking the city census: before the an old civil engineer, of much personal experience

for St. Juan's river, and arrived that inauguration week Washington! might come many, he of was t the able objections to combat: urged and by over his +:...CARPETS; I M ATTINGSnHt' : : ,++

evening at Piccolata, a small fort upon the have risen to rivalry with Chicago or' St. opponents.THE .

banks of St. Juan's; next morning we proceeded Louis.

up the river.as far as Mr. Kollc's All the department buildings;: the capitol, KXIWXSKS Of OUH STATR FLOOR OIL CLOTIIS! WINDOW SHADES.LATEST .

town, which may be about 30 miles from the Smithsonian Institution, Corcoran's Gallery no I'lm..1l1:

Piccolata : the land on both sides of the river the White House, and other places We append the principal' items of the appropriation NOVELTIES: IN

is very indifferent, except some spots here open to the public have been crowded, and made for the support of the! State 1:1( 1:1:'
.
and there ; but at Mr. Rolle's the good land thousands of citizens will return home, like government. This session! of the legislaturecost '; +.+ : + -++ ++ +4 ++ ++ ++ -++ ++. +* 4+ ++ ++ + ++ -++ +* +*' 4+ ++ 4+
L-
begins. After staying one night at Mr.llolle's, the average congressman: with a !superficial!! about $;0.000 : M I

we set out for Lake George, went that day as acquaintance with their country's capital.P.IItlsTOTES. Salaries Sadariesjudieiuldcparlueeut.j executive I deparUuefat.lt$41.N......... 3.r" (Ono.liO) ) !MM;i DRESS GOODS, SILKS, CASHMERES, .1:1'II::::

far as Spalding store, and next day arrived Clerk comptroller1 olfire. ........... 1'JOO.OO __ '
++ 44 -.U++. .++ 44 ++. .+. ++ ++ 4+. +4.. ++ +*..._4.+. 44 44 ..+,+. +4 ++ _4+ 4+
,
and -- h. -
miles -
at Lake George, which is: :20 long, Private secretary to governor .VK),00 ;
++r
+
15J>road. From Mr. Kolle's Lake George, Tu the Rlitur of. the Mirror : Ldbrariansupremocunrt. : (N/M. ) ,. 144'OUU 1

which !is near :50 miles' is one continued PARIS, FK\NCK, February :21lSl.Mr. I Janitor(?: niogcutexpehsessupn ut capitol.: 'hmecturt 2,000.00:300.00 4CLOAKS, ULSTERS, SHAWLS and FLANNELS.

body of excellent land ; I may say the best Parnell who arrived in Paris on Sunday Watchman capitol................... .ino.OO
dominions. This tract alone morning, had! an interview yesterday (; and advertising... 5fNMJ.JOJ )
in the king's t'lu'rulprllitilig '
Mneii Department is COMPLETE: IN EVEKY: : H1''I': ;) . rice afternoon with M. Henri Kochcfort, who urori: and witnessc*.,. 55,000WOExpenses '
is of more
capable producing yearly
: assessing and I collecting GKEAT CAItI'JTI.t.: :: etlnlln'II't'.l on the Jut of this month. Over 30O
than the whole province of SouthCarolinahas publishes: account of the conversation in 20,000.00 different designs of UriiKeI" and Wool C'arpetM are now offered< ever yet produced in a year: these lands to-day's number of the IiUramiycant. "Oneof Stationary executive department... 500.00;

s-eem to me more adapted to rice and indigo, the chief objects of Mr. 1'arncU'n visit t," Post mortem (examinations.......... 3OO.no STRICTLY NORTHERN .PRICES.NICE .
than any thing else : it is better land than !;a'It)1. I[earl Itochefurt. "is to contradict in Kfpairs and in"urance on capitol,
fuel t('. ', /X)0.00)
mine at Winyaw, which is reckoned some the French press all the calumnies heapedby Per diem und mileage legislature : IIKITSSELH: CAKPETS' (rom 75 et*. upwards to HI.IO.
WOOL CAKPCTS: from 6\: "ts. to 81.33.HALFWOOL : .
the English; Oil his friends, hiscause : e
of the best in South-Carolina. We intended press 18S1 n,010.X! )
from ::10
CAKPLTS cis.'
and himself. He told that the Pay of officers and attar he! of legislature tip.
to cross! lie lake but the wind blowing fresh, me latest designs of .FANCY: MATTINGS.: Ilct grailt'sof White und Checked.Window .

and we in an o|>eii boat.it was not thought) safe ministerial journals reproduced the articles for session of IKXI.......... 14,500.00 f4,4Ht.OIJl'rIllting / < Nlmde, made: to order-material in all colors (In ordering simply
venture, and therefore turned back! after against him in the flfpulllyite. fiaiifuue, and Exi>cnc4 committees und investigation state color and dimension. COKNICF.S MADE: TO OKDEK.: FINE.: LACK: : CdKTAINH;()!

who passed them ofT as the t'Xpfl.1't.-4I)1I of public "*' 1.1 ISO,00) of new dettigtiM.Kid .
staying one night and a day. Our guide,
Printing new digest..................... H.OOO.ftO < lo\'e*' all\ color and qualities (two to six buttons).
was a man of credit, informed us, that after opinion in France. "I know, however, A large lot of Iml'H.'iI I.H MATH, COCOA MATH und CKUMM <.'CLOTHS I50KDKKING -
you pass over Jake George, there was good continued Mr. Parnell, with a smile, : FOK ('JAKl'KT.( .
land on each side of the river fur 50 miles; whence proceeds this hostility of M. Gambctta. 1'Olll:/U.V'P"'S.. fc-ir" Hotel und IloardliiK{ -IIoue lieeperw will find our prices. exceed'
The contending forces of the Uoers and ingly'reasonuhleuric! Belwlion grand.! HHEKTlNiS.: .JlI.m'lAHU\'U..TABI.! .: DAM
when you meet with another lake, not quiteso lIe Is particularly anxious to pleasethe and English: in South Africa have agreed ASKS (white and colored l), IMlYLIFX: NAPKINS: CKASHKS' : GLASS LINENS! in
large as lake George : when that is crossed Prince of Wales. lie has sat at table large va rift lex.
which will lead
the country, ali far as you can see on both with him, and and makes us pay, (or his din upon an armistice, probably Corsets" Laces' Nil k Tie, Silk U..I'.r..hlC'INJatt'tot designs at
to ilication the East: collisions
iac In no new very reasonable figiiret.FUKNITL'KE\ .
sides of the river is fresh water marsh : ner. "Exactly BO, J replied grand
a
have occurred. The Itritish government CHINTX and HI'I''r'I.Sf': \ TASSELS: JIMP ami FKINGE
for 40 miles higher up, these marshes extraordinary thoughts come from the heart, mean ideas TO MATCH.
has made several arrests in Ireland
rich I Und):* ; here the river beginsto ; from the stomach. Hut do not be disheartened GENTS': : CASSIMEKS.: DOlKINH: HaSt'f/ ; unH04: .'01t HOYS'; WEAK:,
under the com-ion lid of not .
some
be shallow, but from the mouth to this ; the immense majority of the press of very CI AKISI-I.: HEAVEItS.LADIES' : .
prominent lender In Parliament the hilUpresented : and MLSSF.S'I ; tTNJEltl'El'-ell) : ula and gnuleti, from AO tit. uri( tnt
place, it is the best and safest navigation I all shade warmly sympathize with Ireland, 1 by the government have encountered 2.0U. Al-oulotof\ KED! FLANNEL liNDEIWHlK'l'S: fur Ijidira-llnegrade.
ever have I'ecn.t this place in a- still and interests itself in its wretchedness." After -

evening, the surf of the sea is heard, and delivering themselves of these profound but a feebleoplws.itlon. ny-Our Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in Every Respect.-&ft

plenty of seabirds are Keen in the river ; reflections, )1 ea nt. Parnell O'Kt-Ily and I'wk gives this", recur ut THTall)"'* jewelry
,
It U inipoMtiblv for us to mention every article we have for sale, but every iniHgin
which i is a sign it cannot be aUive seven or Kochefort protended to discus the .and I establishment, Union square, New York! : able article usually. kept in M F1KST-CLAKH: DUY) iOODS; ESTAKLISHMEN'T: can be

right) miles from the sea League programme, the Irishmen unfolding W. II. Vunderbilt loquitur: "Give me another found in our House.rNpeel .

Jueurningdown the river, within a few their plans with the ntmont candor. They half pound of diamond, but larger .l attention paid to OrderM und (.orr..IiPo..d.

miles from Mr. Kolle''. we pitched upon an explained that they were determined to use ones. Tie them, up more securely. The Call or addres-s

Wand where we landed and examined it; every legal and constitutional measure 10oblige string broke off (he tat. bundle and !half of FIHCIIOTT, IUN.UU.T: A'. CO..

it may: contain about 11 or 1500 acres; a .Jnglan41 to do for Ireland them tumbled oy(." Ol-6m Corner of Hay and tine 8trr U.



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I I FL 07lhlA-U'IGIT is itKiya noxc.i t the IIInrkl't'place, where the rt llcrlHl'-I l-\-I ItailrondM. On Mail( and Express! Train Sleeping Cars!1 <;. I.'. AVIIIV: ,

in the catch and remarkable _.. __ _
night A ---- ----- -- h run through to and from Jacksonville! and
LETTER FROM: A FETTLF.R. ties of strange creatures of the deep, glowingwith TIME: CARD Savannah: ; also, Lucas Sleeping\ Curs run
I'LnLE: OR.VXOK LAKE FM., ) prismatic! hues, arc tumbled out upon GONUENSI'B through to and from Jacksonville and Tal
July 10, 18SO. J the plunks Urotc.sque) old women display\! OK THE lahassee.

D :.\R Sin : In reply lo your letter in regard their little stock of fruits and vegetables.! No ATLANTIC, WTLF I & WEST I:: INDIA TRANSIT FERNANDINA) ) I'Xl'HJ'(1)11.: : ;: ( ., .) IVERY: AND BOA IIIINO STA1JLES.CAUISIAOKS .
to the crops! prodnctivenessand! orange( one seenH! to possess! more than a few cC'nll'worlh RAILROAD L
Leave Jacksonville.... ....,.,......,.,11:15 A. :M.
growing of this part of our Stale, it affords]! ; hut II their business! I is not extensive!' PENINSULAR: : : AND WAONS(!
me great pleasure! to give you such information It I is! conducted with amazing volubility. .\ RAILROADaldo Arrive Baldwin.12:30:: p. M.; To and from Steamers and Train.'.
little of small basket! of ( \\ Branch,) Arrive Fernandina. 3:10: r. M.
as I have acquired from actual experience pile coroaiiuts: a FOR Err.:
CONTRACTS
JI during my residence here. Previous: to oranges, and n bunch of bananas, will be ANDCUMHERLAND Leave Fernandina.10:30: .\. ;M. : J.UiLXO
my settling in Florida, I visited many sec enough to furnish a stall of the better class ; ROUTE. Leave Ualdwin............................ 1:20: r. M.; FOR 1'1.\' tr:
tions of the State, looking for a suitable while the smaller dealers set forth penny Arrive Jacksonville 2:35:: p. N; HORSES: IH'OdlES, HAUXKSS.CARTS !: .
I place to raise vegetable! and oranges!! ; andas salads consisting of half un onion and two In Kffwt( ntinmry ltt( 1880 Passengers: for Fernandina and Cedar Key AND WAOONS.

( I had spent most of my life raising sugarcane or three minute fig-tomatno, arranged on apiece take this train. No train from Baldwin to ,-TEm( .1.11.'h.
and had seen many orange trees grow- of cocoanut hell, with may be n sprig GOING SOUTH. Cedar Key on Sunday.CONNECTIONS. and Stable-Pint tt'C'near
ing in gardens! in Louisiana, and! for the five of some savory herb. Here is a tray of shelled Leave Atlanta, Uu........ ............... 2.15!) r. M.Leac : .-At Ualdwin with A., (G. it .jt-Olie Wharf. -tf ,
s preceding years had lived in Brazil raising peas ; there a duzen or so of wretched Irish: ; flacon( (ia........................ ;.4."> I'. it. W. I. T. R. R., for Cedar Key, (Gainesville _
I sugar-cane, I wished to select a suitable location j potatoes, quite put out ot countenance by, a Leave Hrun< wiek, (Ou.................. <>::15 A. M. 'and }Fernandina, and all points North and
in a new country, to grow either, successfully. mighty 'Iun. An armful crooked sticks Arrive Fcrnandina\ Fla,......,...,....10.15 A. M. West ; at Lake City Tallahassee, Albany) ,
r Throughout the State are found -the flotsam of the reefs-is oll'ered for firewood Leave Fcrnamlina: ..................?...10.30: A. M. Savannah, und all points North and West ;
t many good locations for farming, gardeningand a commodity of which there i is! but Arrive Baldwin, Fla......... ........... 1/25 I'. ;M. at Jacksonville with SIT. Johns! River' Steam GET THE BEST.

orange growing, but found none to suit small consumption in a town vhere nearlyall Leave Ualdwin\ for Jucksonville7.T7T.3oV.\ i : : ;,. ers.! j. MCELROY: ,
t me so well as Marion( county ; and my experience the houses: arc built without chimneys.At Arrive Jackson vflle (Cum. Route).. 2.35; p. M. W. M. DAVIDSON, :Master Transp'n.Superintendent. /E
has in selection.In every turn there are supplies of sugar ::; /
justified me m'y : ONA 1D
Leave lIalllwin-for. ( I.Jldi5( it. b
into convenient for ehu' ; : ) IITN
In cane cut lengths w-
t 1875, I cleared land and budded<< ,
; some stumps with my sweet buds! Ing. Almost everybody has a piece ; tho Arrive \Vuldo (Junction I'. R. R) .. 4.11 p. ;\[. JACKSONVILLE:, l'J': S.COLAXI> l CT I O NQ lJ P lfW EN T
t and since orange that time have orange and sold l'nssl1l1l1egro must 1 he wretched: indeed who (Leave Waldo...;...... .,.........,......... 4.20 1'. M. ': RAILROAD. w
mar
t three of which shipped have well cannot allbrd himself this luxury : and it is I Arrive (1Ii.1.s\'lIle.. ....................... 5.17 p. M. MASTER TKXNSPOKTATION'H OFFICE:, ) =
crops for( oranges, and labor. I have repaid offered for sale at most! of the caninq\ along Leave (Saincsvillp......... ............... 5.2!) p. 1\[. TALHHASSEI: :, FLA., February 3,18w' 1). j
me to getWEBSTER'S
: now growing my expense that will make at the roads. Close by the market is the moor Arrive Cedar] Key....................... Jt.30) :\ I'. M. On and after Monday( February 2, 1 1880( I you intend some day
sugar-cane trains of this road will follows
run as
\passenger
i least 2,000 pounds: of sugar" to the acre, besides ing place of the spongc-fislicrs' ; on n neighboring viz : UNABRIDGED,
giving sixty to eighty gallons of molasses wharf is the Sponge Exchange\ where "
the product of the fishery i is sorted in heaps, ooiso NORTII. PASSENGER: TRAIN-EAST: HOUND. "DO IT NOW.

To show what a climate we have here, I according to quality ; and there are ware Leave Cedar Kev.......................... 4.15 A. M. Leave Chattahoochee..daily at.... 200P.M.) .
t. would state that my sugarcane/ bloomed outlast houses on Hay street where it is: packed inhales Arrive Gainesville) ........................ H.41' A. M. Leave Quincy. :322P.M.; TiE NEW EDITION
f winter, and reminded me of fields: I had for exportation. The sponge is obtained Leave Gainesville............... ......... 8.50A.M. Leave Tallahassee. GOO I ( p. 1<1. Contains over 118,000 Words,
seen in South America. !Sugar-cane:; docs in various of the liah.ima waters Arrive Waldo ((1'. 11. R. June.)...... !SUS A. 1\[. Leave Monticcllo\ 7 10 p. M.
not bloom in Louisiana on account of the some of it by divers, some with the aid Leave Waldo......................... .... II.) .'}.') A. M. Leave Greenville.............. 8 :3S I'. u. 1928 Pages, 3000 Engravings,
season not being long enough and the win of grappling-hooks, and it undergoes a pre Arrive Baldwin........................ ..12.17 1'. ;M. I Leave Madison( II i) 2(5( p. at. Four Pages Colored Plates,
__ .. I ... ........... 215
ters too cold. liminary purification before it is broughtinto Leave Live Oak... A. ;iL NEW and !
4600 ,
% for the Leave Jacksonville! (Cum. Route.11.15) A, M. : Arri\.pHa\'l1l1nah.. .............. !O W\) M. WOWS Moaning I
I have now in perfect bearing, several varieties p port-a necessary precaution, Arrive Baldwin?.......... ...... ........12.30:\ p. it. Arrive Thomasvillc Hi51.; Biographical
of banana: and guavas,some of which smell of a fresh sponge is not nice. The Dietonnr
are as fine flavored as: 1 ever ate in the West! boats of the spongers are not pleasant to look Lcvive Baldwin...:... .................12.40. p. ;M. Arrive Albany..: .1025; .\. M.A'rive of over 9700 .
Indies. As for raising corn, I have always at. Most of them are shabby, sloppy, and Arrive Fernundinu...... ................. 3.40 p. M. Luke (City............... 335\ .\. ;M. and
moot t EngfTlli.
made about thirty bushels to the acre. Last dirty to the last deegroe. The negro crew i is I Leave Fernandina........................ 3.15! p. M, Arrno Baldwin. ................ f 0 25 .t. M. JlT )h V- "I'Itrlll complete JL
I planted a piece of land in Irish Pita generally a large one in pru to the Leave Rrunswick........ ...... ......... 8.00 p. )[. Arrive Jacksonville.......... 750A.M.; 3000 Engravings, nearly throe TTT1
year toes, which I sold, netting me $100 acre. size of t.he'ssel.. There is a dreadful little Ipuvefucon.: ..,................... ......... 8.40 A. 111. Arrive Fernandina........... 3 40 p. M.; Has: in innny in any other Diot'ry. -p' _
.i I then planted on the same piece per of land cabin at the stern and amidships on deck is Arrive Atlanta, (;a....................... 1.15 p. M. Arrive Gainesville 50t p. ;\[. Ev prliool and family should hare it E
; corn and peas! and sweet potatoes and made box: filled 1 with sand and stones! as a Trains to Cedar Key and I South of Baldwin Arrive (Cedar Key !1) :30: I'. M. foreonstantreference.

i good crops. When they were taken off in fireplace or cook's galley. I have frequently daily except Sunday. PASSENGER: TltAIX-WEST BOU D. GET THE STANDARD.

September, I planted the same land in turnips noticed a pig on board these vessels ; but I PENINSULAR: RAILROAD, Leave' Jacksonville .....daily at. f 5 CO: I'. ;\[. Sate of of Webster'other Is I series over ot 20 times the. S
I and made, I suppose, about 500 bushelsto cannot decide whether sails as a passengeror : ( Waldo ISranch.) Leave Fernandina .10 :'W\ A. M. any authority of Dlctonarls.The"
the acre, with which 1 fed my cows and as a scullion. Perhaps the captain takes! GOING SOUTH. Leave Gainesville 1102A.M.: ; hiJhelt Chief Justice Waitt.An T
mules all winter. I have again planted with him along for the sake of his: company. Leave Cedar Key 4 30 A. :M. almost universal authority in ileclJ- A
Leave Waldo Junction................ G.OO A. M.;
this and sold them at about Nothing is more amusing in the marketplace Leave Baldwin 7 (00 r. M.: ing tho meaning of words.No -m.,
potatoes year Leave Hawthorne............... ........ 7.10A.M. .
$5 per barrel, and getting twcjity: barrels to and on the adjacent quays: and streets! Arrive Loddoosa........ ................ 8.10A.M. Leave Lake City 9 40 p. M. : other Dictionary has been bough by N
the acre, and now have a line crop of corn than' the costumes of tho women. Three- leave Savannah 4 :30 I'. ;M. any State to supply its
and on the same land which promisesto quarters of the population( arc black, and the GOING NORTH. Leave Live Oak................. 2 15, .\. ;M. Dlctonaryonhlh nine-tenths or the D
peas well. crowd in all public resorts is almost .exclu Leave chloosa...... ......... ..... ....10.00 A. M. Leave Madison: :351 A. ;M. country are based.
; I yield have not used one pound of fertilizer for sively black. The women in the town havea Leave Hawthorne.......................10.45: A. it. Leave (Greenville; 4 :31)!) A. ;M. A uthority Office at In the Government Jan. PrintingA
taste for und for of Arrive Waldo .huH.tion..12.15 r. M. Leave Monticello( 5 00 Wa hlngtn.
finery A. M.
any of these crops, as my lands were all strung many by Supt's Sohooh in
newly taken from the forests. I would not them the market place of fashionable 'Trminsfrumil Waldo Loddoosa return Arrive Tallahassee........... 700A.M. Recomende and 50 College Fres'ts. R
be understood to say that our lands: will\ assembly. Their broad" !straw hats arc Tuesday,.Thursday und Saturday Leave Tallahnsse. .... 8 :30 A. M. that has been placed In more
continue to yield good crops without help ; lined with white lawn, wreathed with pink CONNECTIONS.ATLANTA. : leave (lll it II'" ." .,...10 OS' A. ;M. Dictionary public in U.S. JL/
but I commence to help them after they begin flowers and bits of gay ribbon, and tipped, up Arrive Chattahoocbee. .11 30: A. M. IS IT NOT THE STANDARD?
to help me by planting a af cowpeas jauntily behind. The gown of muslin I or thin CONNECTIONS.At Mass.
Published
crop Close connection I is made \t1al1ta.Oa.., by G. &C. MERRIAM. Springfield,
I and letting them 1 rot on the ground, or calico is bright ii| color clean, well fitting, to and from all points North, East West ami Live Oak daily with the Savannah, Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary
turn them under with a largo plow. amply flounced and milled, and in most: Not thwest Florida 111111'c'Ktl'rn' Railway to and from .10 1040 Pages Octavo. 600 Engravings.
From an experience of over thirty years cases it expands behind into a broad sweeping daily.AT ;MACON: G it., Savannah and all Northern, Eastern and
I do not think that we have any fertilizersthat train But when the dusky wearer has With Trains for Euf.iulu, Columbus, Ga., W l..ft.tIl'it\ it. .
added to this dress pretty necktie and maybe Lake with the Florida Central -- --- --- --
equal the common COW- ca. It i is a Montgomery[ Mobile and New Orleans. At City daily
t natural fertilizer, and is much cheaper and a showy belt, her ingenuity in personal Railroad ill unit 1 from Jacksonville' TIII: s.I .
I 1111.\UI.IIII.\.
m more readily applied than any other. decoration comes to a premature stop. The AT rnnNAM ixFIA. Augustine;; : t i Palatka, Enterprise, and Landings
\ I planted last year about one acre in cucumbers gown is short in front, and below it appear With New York and Fernandina Steamship ; on the St. Johns River. I TJIi: TIMES FUn

1 and It yielded\ me over 500) bushels, bare feet, or else a pair of razeed boots badly Line from New York on Wednesday, at .\t Haldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf The Time will enter the llll with a
which Hold in Philadelphia and New York at broken at the toes: and invariably cut 10.30:\ a. m., und for New York on Friduv Wednesday ( ut and West India Transit Kailway to and from larger circle of regular renders than it hail at,

from $1.50 to $S per bushel. Kgg-plant;; will down at the heels ; they are kept on with :3.10p.m.! ; from Nassau. N. 1'.011 Fernandina, Gainesville, Cedar: Key, and any previous period of its history and I the
produce 300.to 500 bushels to the acre: and dilliculty, and reduce the gait to a clatteringsort ; for Nassau N.1'Florida, on Wednesday.With Inland stcanmLoutlio.fro11tSa'antuahuu'1'ue.lav with steamers for. Tampa: Key West: and important ('H'ntl (If the next jeur must
and
are now selling for $3 per bushel. Snap- of scuffle, so that in the movement of a Georgia Wednesday Havana. steadily enlarge the field of indcpcudeutjuurimatiau
( beans, cabbage and tomatoes well I, crowd of women there is a peculiar and altogether : At Chat tuhoochee t three IIIt.'C'l'klr with .
and sell for very rcmuneratiuo prices in the comical resonance. She who can Friday and Sunday ; for Savannah: on the People's\ Line and Central Line Flouts to A llminbtratiol will ho inaugurh'llj;
'" Eastern: cities Our meuiisof: transportation show a proper good of shoes is proud Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.:; and and from Columbus, Eufanlu: Fort (!nines, al occasions will create -
John's
St.
indeed.. I met lady of color yesterday ;- With Charlcston'Stcamcrs ( and other River Lam ICWult\ Il'Iolt
g are improving;; every day, and slill' leave young and Charleston Apulachicohi, dili s. Itil'S ; the great commeriial, -
Savannah
i t much room for furtherimprovcment. who had laced, her Oxford ties: with rose City I'oint) (from ::; ; ${'!' Elegant Sleeping und Parlor Coaches, trial prosperity: of the must stimulate -
for Savannah utiliCharll.ton country
ribbon; finished 011' with large hows and i it Wednesday und Sunday ; : "'00111'1I11'1111I1 Lucas Patent between
When I came to the State thought a small ; and run daily progress: and t thrift in all sections, andthe
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is needless to add! that her skirts were not ; Monday Friday. Tallahassee and Jacksonville.
flock and with little of he toward
it sheep, every care they With Steamer Flora daily to and from St.Mary's tendency political power wi -
t r paid me annually over /fifty per cent on my permitted to hide these luxuries from the ( (Sa., and semi-weekly to and from :r-Juiok( time, sure connection perfectsafety. c'orruItiollll; despotism: ever i is
Investment. My Ayrshire cattle have paid 1 public C')'e. ( EDGAR) I: VLIET: when the people' are diverted fl'UI the stun:
Out of town the apparel of the coloicd St. Mary's River Landings.AT : 20-tf() Muster( .
meequully well. As to health I have settled Transportation.: } criticism of authority hy peace uml plenty.
V in heavy hammock, and on banks people\ is by no means so elaborate. Women II HVI.DWIN FL.A., ----- The Tiutts wi he in the future, as it lias
halt cover their shrunk shanks with a single 1Vitlm'rramns for Live ,'l'allaha =,('e, and
been in
t of Orange;; Lake, ami since have been here the : absolutely independent of
fe, have not had sickness in my family to war scanty petticoat; and throw over their all points in Middle and, West Florida p"ltimlpartil'l. but earnestly und fearlessly! v I '

rant me Ill' ding for a physician. bodies a wretched garment 11'u character AT I.OClltOOSV<.\., lie\'o\11 ti; intl rity and] patiiotisin in our .
k Mv witi says it is: the best country to raise and a color equally impossible to define. With Steamer Atjrfm l l for all 1 points and !statesmanship: and 1 t to the l Ireedom und sanctity
IV chickens and"turkeys in she ever saw. She Universally landings cin< Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular LANDRETHStare of the hallot Dependent' party organs
t has eggs andspring chickens the year round of rags, yesterday of them. met Railroad Train. will t; ) (.. about party'men and

{ and with the lake at our door, abounding;; in un old negro who wore, besides AT (1MNF-SVIU.K, FI.V., party ll'n-url.t; to tollil.'f'.s.lcrn.rt orderly!
) ( fish, we find it an easy matter to get enoughto pantaloons, the sleeves and yoke of a blue With Statfe Line for (cola und Tampa on BEST the truth when : it,
eat, and the seasons are so mild we are shirt without allY body, the tattered remains Monday, Wednesday and Saturday ; from M U not col din roar town TOO 1881 and to l lavish t the regulation lira,:uatthctr'ant

not required to slmeulmuch for clothing and shoulder hanging blades like u. fringe across for his chest, und Ocula und Tampa Tuesday, Friday und Sun can us a get betel them Card bjmaiL for Cat Drop. to the master ; but the growing illt'li-
tight houses Except appearancessake day. tnQaeandPrice,. Th Oldumandmo.t.zf.n.f..lie.J gence of the age daily multiplies the lll'N
It:)' In conclusion, I would state that I am located I should think he might as well have ATCKPMl KEY, FL\, ilrovm ; on the edge of a body of :"'fklOOO), acres worn 110 shirt at all. On the !same/ road I With Tampa Co.'s, Line for )LutMMtUTll&SONSFzw u .FJL.ITiulcrtaliiiig. which best relied thcrapidly-incrcush.g :

+ h., of land just as good as the land I cultivate encountered a young; gentleman above fifteen Tampa and Manatee :\lunday and Thursday, independence of the )people will be the great
and which will produce payingcrops of any years, who curried a burden on his head, at 4 p. m., and for Key West Sunday and .\nlrical journals! ot the future.
of the products: I have mentioned. I may and wore a double-breasted waistcoat with Thursday, ut (Ii )p.1\. The y/wMainisto reach the highest standard
1; also state that these: crops may bo planted nothing whatever below it. With the United Mates anti Havana Fast of the independent I fcarkvssly -
,', and raised between the rows of orange trees The weather, in this delectable 1 isle, where :Mail Steamer .ltll///1/1 for Key West, Havana opposes\ 1'\\pall'r., in all
while they arc coming into bearing, and in the summer lasts all winter long, continues Cuba on arrival of:Special Truilll'n'rv Tuesday --- -- parties, whether in city, state! or nation It '
this way, with judicious planting of vegetables to be very like the Northern June. It is afternoon, at 1.30 p. 11\. From Havana, it. M. 1I1:\ )iitso.FIFTH : \. opposes; every form of I imperial political
the disturbance of the elements
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a 'person can get a grove of orange trees true that general Cuba, and Key West every Saturday. Special domination, whether represented hal individual -
in bearing with very little expense. which has vexed both hemispheres train to connect.With by I fa'tiul, or by a party! I op
? Yours truly, -. this season has not been without some influence Steamer Enterprise, for points! on the poses sectionalism North und l South 11 the
TO. JT. S. UILRY, even in Nassau but the deviations: Suwannee: River Thursdays\ at 0 a. 11\. tc'mul of the Republic, and it demands pub
i 192: Water street, New York. from the normal warmth and sUlIshlnolJl\'o\ For information respecting routes, rates, tranquillity und the supremacy of liberty
f not been timmreo Tho thermometer( of lale( etc., apply to and law for every citizen of the I'nion.

A WINTER IlOLJIt.tY. has stood or four degrees below its customary .\. O. Mu-DONELL) The Tunes will begin the New Yearstrengthened
mark but it has been us steady U-I: Gen'l Ticket and Pavs. Agent. in all of its already exceptionuhly ,

Life In the llahama Jala nils. ever almost invariably recording 70 or 71 1) MAXWELL: Gen'JSupt.:; 21 strong departments. lt Annals of tie '
degrees at breukfwt time, and 73 or 71 at War will be continued in editiiHi
--------- weekly
t I II N.'IIII.'UI'l'nuc- DEMONSTRATION.SKETCHES ; dinner, which is certainly a (comfortable ORIDA CENTRAL RAH.ROAD.JACKSONVILLE with specially interesting extracts therefromin :
SCENES IN
acid half of
genial 1 temperature. \ day a l the and thocontributorsof
U i X I:1r1'.t K II: : otl'rc'tltiol'
OF NEURO CU.'R.I.'TER.NAS.U. rain was followed by a day of wind-squalls, PI..,., March 10/ 187!). 1SS1 to important fl'atlr' of
BAHAMAS, February 10.There Is and there have been several days alternate On and after this date Trains on this Road :ST.; FKUNANDINA, FLA. will he from tla most '.theull'r\
f a great charm to the overdriven American sunshine and cloud. The people of Nassau will run as follows : and civilians North and Smth.
,_ in the atnuosIherutVhuIclm broods over these cull these days of bad weather. I wonder 13 UIMAI 1:0m: :S;. METALLIC CASES larl'l-t of a lt'tl s in this and l in ;Is
t a Isles of Indolence( "'0 stretch our relaxed what they would think of our weather at DAY PASSENGER, (ExcEpr Sex nty.) WOODEN( ('ofnXS0 C.\:>'KETS. l.tltril's maintained

"= limbs In easy! chairs on the high varaiula home.-tvrresjuimtciice' uf the Xtw 1"IIT.i- Leave Jacksonville ..................... 1'1:301.: ; Telegraphic: orders. promptly attended to. its reliable \wi correspondence hl'lorethal is unsurpassed ;

ft k and wo look out over the sleepy and shaded bune Leave Ualdwin ...... ..................... l 1:30.1: M.Leave 37-: 1It hy that of any other of the
town, und the fringe of surf along the coral -- ----- Lake City.......... ...... .........11:33.1.:: M. -- country ; its various departments] journal essential!
'v reefs, upon the quiet deep. There are no 1). "'I.:\'rN obtained for new inventions, Leave Live Oak.......................... 1:00: J'. M.I Ntotcs und Tliiuuro. to 1 complete newspaper for the home and
ships: coming over the horizon, and none are --i or for i'nproveme its in nil\ Arrive at Savannah ..................... 8:15: p. M, family circle are constantly enlivened hv
expected. We arc quite out of the world. ones. Caveats Infringements, Trade-Marks: ( Leave Savannah ...............n......... SOt: A. N. OTKKITV .v imomiit: fresh.writers, and it will maintain the itosj-
Gavefursuclt trifles as an old fort or so,a garrison and all \patent business promptly attendedto. Leave Live Oak................. ......... 5:5.I': M. tion It has won solely on its merits as
f a public library, and u steamer twicea INVENTIONS]: THAT HAVE: HEEN: ]leave Lake City .......................... 5.1H: p. ;M. :Second :>Street opjmsite I'ost-Ottice. of the most rCiablc'and complete one
month. Na.ssalmight be a community of lFJEGTEI)11tay: : still, in most cases, be patented Leave Baldwin ............................ ;::0.") p. M.Arrive I of the newspapers
r" t fourteen thousand Uobinson Crusoes, so remote by us. Being opposite the U. W. rut- at Jacksonville\ ................. 8.05: p. M. TERMS : worll.\ delivered hy carriers, for
f and solitary and uneventful is: the life cut Olnavund engaged in PATENT UUSINESS MAIL AND EXPRESS: (DULY.) twelve wilts a week ; subscription' Ms
between J; EXCLUSIVELY J: we can secure patents 41 Tai
t :,; of the colony during the long island interval of New- in less time than those who are remote Leave Jacksonville....................... 5:30::; p. M. dollars 1 year, or fifty .t'ltl a month, -
mails. On the map the .......... age free. SUNHY EDITIONDouble hurt
Leave White House.......... 0:15: I' M.Ieave r .
t Providence lies duiin the midst of a crowded from Washington, ............. ) 1 t.wo dollars] a )'tar. pi frt'l'
When Inventors send model or sketch Baldwin............... :lll p. ;M. .tll' ; singleeopUtour '
i' group through which you might think a I make search in the Patent Office, and Leave D.irbyville..... .................... 7:25: p. N. tour cents \\ ttKL-llhlbh1 :Saturd.iy -
vessel could hardly pick Its way Nassau Hut maps from: advise we us to its patentability free of cltartje.Correspondence Leave Sanderson.......................... 8.07: p. M! t : I '' nl! t\o: a year : Jive
are deceptive. Approaching confidential ; fees reasonable Leave Olustee.............................. 8:13: p. M, copies: $4 ; tl'l comics $15.; twenty copies. 1
1' the United suddenly never sec rock or and NO CHAROE: UNLESS:; PATENT Leave Mt. Carrie......................... !HOl: : P. M, $2 '. An (.'xtra c.1'y K>nt free to t'l'gl'tcr "i-
,,1 island until\ you ca me upon Newt ; IS' 01JTA1NED.Wo Arrive UikeCity.......................... !Uk>:; ) p. \1.; of n duh.Addres..
.: Providence, ri'llIgout of the bluo with nothing ............... 2:15 :THE l TIMES
refer by permission to the City Postmaster U'uvo Live Oak............ : A. M. !_
d ., else In sight except its outlaying miles reefs front, and to the Superintendent of the Arrive Tallahassee....................... 7:00: \. M, ____ __ _1'hiladelphia. I' '.'
t : and it /seems to be thousands of I Post-Office Money Order Division in Wash) Arrive Alkiny............... .............10:45: ) A. 11(. :
4 I any shore. The stranger lands, full of energy ington. For ,trial= references circular, advice Arrive Savannah:; ...... .................... U.OO: A. M.Ixuve THY 'fU:
and eager for excursions. lie tramps si\ .. ........ 40:!
etc. address Savannah:; ............ .. : p. M.
t about the beaches for a few days he pulls he terms, O.? A. SNOW: CO., U-ave Albany ..................,.......,.. 4.00 p. M.lAave NEW YORK OBSERVER ,
himself around the harbor in a row-boat Olfitr',1Vushington,1)C. Tallahassee ............ ........... 5:45: p. >j.
2-tf
goes to the woods and gathers a load of of ferns the --Opp.Patent-\------------- -- ---- -- Leave Live Oak.......................... :!:1.') .,. M. STOVES.: HEATERS: RANGERS THIS YI\I.: .
the
and flowers ; but soon languor roil SAM Leave IakeCity ........................ 3:50\ A. M. Till:
place overcomes him. lie buys a palmetto U>ave Mt. Carrie.......................... 4:1: A. M. TIN AM. SHEET-IRON WARE L.UW1'T i BEST FJULI'
and betakes
I hat and a pair ot white duck t shoes in the : HOUSE: CONTAINING lA\iveOhii.'............:................. 4:10: A. M. : ROOFING. AND) Ol'lTERINO.ITLTMUER : 1'.U'E/ wonu.
himself to the pastime sitting ADESIRADLE. Closets, front Piazza, Leave Sanderson.......................... 5: \) A. M. : -
1= .shade and looking at the sea. the most fur,, o Yard Orange, Lemon and Uananu heave: 1)arbyville.......................... 5:55: A. !II.* ) WOOD)) ITMl', ETC.: & Send for .Sample 1 CpyFrce.Z v

I Anybody who wishes to survey life should Trees. Centrally locate!. Hood title, etc. l.til\CIl1l.h\ln.: ........... ................. b.te\. I A large stock tIC Stoves on hand. Jive usa : -
picturesque aspects! of Nassau White House ................ 7 Ui M.I. call and
P 8 o'clock in the For further mrticulars, inquire at this Leave .... : A. compare our prices with tho e oft OI1SKRVEU.:
f4 visit the quays betwen land office. <-tf Arrive Jacks.ntvllle..................... 7S0; A. M. titer hou c' here or t-Uewhere. lit XIYOHK
bustle
$ morning. Then. ;there" I* a great at ;Park Ri'\\ xcw York.

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r THE FLOKIDA MIRltOU : MARCH\ 12.

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f OU.ISOl] CUL1'UII], Tor two I lnlnlrctlunllfify years (his branch been at once cured of ordinary coughs and -
O.
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OAKI'.S.
t.. \\'c clip the following! from (lie San FranCisco of l ifHllI"II'hIls been seeking a foothold in relieved of catarrh He u> liullctin, as it contains !'tlllll'illflJrma. America series of periodical nndenthusiastic h + -4MRS.
through a atomizer.
i'iyepcr ccnt..ylray was: given n / 10NTUACTOU AND HUILDKU> ,A\M; CMICKI' :
lion that may be turned to account by our \ revrvuls,111hI 1 of which has been baby three months old, and ('UI'"lltl'r !immediately. ,
orange growers : followed I by a tt'adif.111I1rl'I Such areviv- \ In eases I of rczoii't ftiilmniit
\Yriting\ lo the :Santa Barbara /Vw, n. W. al took place some fifty years ago. It extended acid applied\ freely! removed all purecatholic disagreeable M\XrFATTKKS: : rpIIIRI ST., ItCT.: CKXTKE:: A Aucnta,
Collin' says : The :'(,l'I,1'IIld t c\cn decayed, over all the Ilistern I and Middle states. sensations.\ Glycerine! was afterward MOULDINGS( HUACKKTS.SAWF.D( : : ANDTCUNKD
oranges is: best to plant. If -houlllll'lrr: i t ; Congress: even wasaffected: ,by it. and '- applied to prevent dryings oft(he skin.- \ HALUSTF.KS:\: NI'.11l; ':tee, FKRNANDINA: ) "'LA.
1 soak for twche hours ; if fresh, which i is jre pointed a commttee to report on tncculture! One application\ of carbolic acid, STAIll KAII.S, WOOD KAVKMTKOUG1IS ; -
one
ferable, plant in rows ono foot apart, three of the Illull'l'rrwith reference ti l' -ilkworlll and glycerine two parts will generally' cure part SHKATIUNO( ): lKAt.KU: 1:TUB
indies: apart) in the row, in a soil oflo.unatul Massachusetts( took lire. Its legislature i chapped hands: It will also care ringworm.. WF.ATHKUnOAlU1NG.VM )-
mold ; cover to the depth of half tin inch in 1K31: approl'ril1tl',1(1)/; for the publication For l'rllillal'hul'lls one part ol earholicacid: : FLOOIIING. Choicest I'rults and VoerlatiloM.CONFKrriONKRIlH .
To protect from the sun which burns! the distribution of a manual: on silk, and ten of( sweet oil I is \I t'l1.Oatllrah': cot ( .
tender growth, make a lattice of common \\ hkh was prepared by Jonathan 11. Cobb, ton-batting with this and applj l'\'t'ralof Slalr mill Church Work : KTC.llliss' .
t lath, nailed on frames two inches apart, and of Dedham, who waso'ne: of the most earnestsilk our correspondents will hunt their
place around and over the bed.! This will rultiirista in the tatl''e are rl'miullI I in this paragraph which they rcyuestsunsu'ercd had A SPF.CIALTY.DOOIIS Garden Seeds, FlowC', Farm and

( break the force of the sun's rays Milliciontly ed of the enthusiasm of the author of the best cut out and save. Garden.: __Implements. __. ____. 7 tf
to prevent injury, and yet not too much toy Virginia Silk-Worm when we read: in the Ic- ( : AND WINDOW FUAMF.SOF : .
prevent germination and growth of the seed. portofthc legislative committee that they ALL :SIZKS.: ,\Xca \rnniAKF.RS : >,
It also prevents too rapid evaporation were "satisfied beyond a doubt that we have 1'111: I: I'1:11l1L.1isS.A Post Otllce" Uo.x 174.

hardening of the soil.! Soon us the young power to produce and manufacture silk in jan I Fernundina, Fla..J'US 13| AND!) CONFKCTIONKRS.CIIOICK .
x trees become Milliciently\ hlrl1to'l'IIIIIII'(' this: (0111no11wcmlthityan immense: extent, lilt\xn: M.IIKMK: FOIt UECI.AIMIMl: : lJOtMOOO: ( ) ,

outside exposure, say six month's; old!, they and that no ditliculty i is to be encountered, ACIU:+ OF sw.uul'r.twnwl't..uNs: OK THEXOUTItKllN MC ;II'11.ONTUACTOll \
should be removed to the orchard where either from soil or (.I ii IJllt'" The argument : : rUOJKOTOBSOK: 111K ,
they are to remain permanently: always be for the cultivation of silk was enforced by FNrEuul'aisl: :, C AND) IlUt1.U11t: (I.rot'.rl.!. Cigars, and Tobaccos.
ing'purticular to remove them during the the alarming fact that about this time, l 12.: ', An immense transaction.; : Involvingthe reclamation -
warm dry scnlwm-say from .May: to October. the export of bread-stull's l was only about of 1OOOOOO: ) i ) acres of land 1, or one- .lacluiii Street, between ('('OIII11t1111 Third TOYXD FANCY AWeddings :''
In selecting location and soil for:tbeorch.ird, one-half t\'lIhwof the silk imported.. third of one of the states of I the I'nion' has -
care should be taken that it be, neither too Silk culture soon took the form of a fever been undertaken by a company of Philadelphia FKIINANDINA:\ ) FLA. l Kntertainmeiits, and Picnic,
wet nor too dry. Many of the valleys among ish !>speculation 1 grew into surprisingly; gentlemen, with every prospect t of suc Orders and estimates !from a distance care furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-bot
the /foothills are preferred for the protection: large, bubble. This inllation was brought cess. About on-third of theSt.iteof Florida fully attended to. :iVtfrioim tom prices, at
they afford from winds, and the peculiar about through the purported discovery thatthe is a huge swamp, tcrnuvl''Ihit' Kverglades," ANGKL'S. HAKKRY.
adaptation of their soil to citrus growth. Mofitf >niilttmiiHf, or 1II:1I1y.brallt'lll,1It1ul. a dark, impenetrable, unknown region, l'cntre t Street,
In preparing the ground to receive the hl'I'rwa the best of all trees for silk- No white man: has ever fully explored it iO, )AFKOM 23:! ()ip. old. 1'. 0. luilll .
trees, deep drainage will be needed where worms. An illh'uoernge for this tree sprang and all that i is known of it is that it i is a great t0 s, .I1'U: ': ', -- ---'-
, the subsoil: is too retentive of water as in up The m :st extravagant prices: were demanded. swamp, with a numberof )lakes :and licn-aix! { t.s.w

!some of these rich valleys already subjected : Dr. Drockett tells us: in his: Centennial there islands upon which roam (ferocious '' ,. v 1 FISH :SOALK: '
to experiment. Dcepplowing) and thorough t History of silk trade, that young wild beasts. It is, par excellence, the home ,
cultivation should follow. The young trees trees: or cuttingscame: j to be worth twenty- of the ('toil"dilctuela place! wonderful... luxuriant
should now be planted forty feet apart for live, fifty, one hundred, two hundred, and<<1 : vegetation.! On the outskirts! few SKA: UK AN, SKA': S1IKLL: ,
permanent orchard with others between' the even five' hundred l dollars a hundred. 1m- miserable human: beings, a I mongrel;; race of
rows twenty feet apart, for budding, at proper mense numbers: were i imported I from France.; white, Indian... and! negro blood manage! PALM NUT ALLIGATOR( TKKTH.Also. : I. .
age. For some reason pot yet ascertained, 1I11Isl\llch'lIl\ l$39.;!S' thebul.bleburst.. Not exist in a state barbarism. ,
the slow first !. These \People ore t thcdcsccndants t thennconquered : FKATHKIi FANS ANP FKATIIKllFLOWKKS
trees grow the two years: sending II f w niii- i.rv.iii.n worn iilfi-rlv rniii>i1mil -
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up numerous branches Irom near the I the next :spring; "mnlticanlis trees were: 'otter warrior of the Creeks and Seminolcs ) OUANGK) ( ; SPICKS, This i space reserved for

ground, to the height of twelve to eighteen ed to the neighboring farmers: a dollar (HillBowh', ", who retreated. to the SKA SHKLLS: KTC.: A. n. XoVKrt, /l ittoCKIl: AND suite : 'I
inches. The third year's growth is more ri ig- hundred for pea brush." This branch of last ness ut'sho swamps before the United Cf\SIUI }
orou usually starting from the !short trunk, the industry has never recovered from that :States::; : army. For sale and made to order. wll is too busy to write an Illn'rlll'll'ItIIt

it shoots up through the old branches, and disaster, and\ to'III.tllt'rei: is less :silk raised The project of reclaiming this: wonderfully 'I'X Is i.IY: ,
grows! to the height of from four to six feet. in all the t'nited I :States; than there was ill rich country has been talked lof for years, 10 Centre St., bet. HI't'OIHlllutl Third.C. u
Sometimes several Mart up) at once, forming Georgia; one 11I\1Ilr'llal\ll twenty years ago; and it has long; been considered feasible by -_.- ----
a bush, if not checked or removed. The The results of many experiments in silk many noted engineers. Some time since the! .
pruning should be decisive: and thorough. culture in this: country have been to prove State of Florida made a move in the matter 1IAKT. II. 8TKITC. : /,
All the old growth: should he cut away, and that as: fine a quality ofsilk: can be raided in which i is likely culminate in the reclamation IIAIIT .\ CO., ,
only one stock left. This: should be encouraged the United States as in any part oft the world til'time' immense body of land: which has
in forming a head at three and a half or Hut it has also as positively' proven that )the lain underwater irthuusnndsot'toars. Un- Importer\ : und Wholesale Dealers in .'
four feet from the rollllli. At five years of silk cannot be raised I here and reeled as dt'r contract with the :State: of' Florida, n ,
age some of the budded trees: should begin cheaply as the raw silk can: be imported from Philadelphia company i is about\ undertaking Foreign uud DomcNtlcFruilN ---, r
to fruit, while t the seedlings will continue! to l'IainaundJapaii, It may be done in "Ulti this great scheme. Tie) leading men in the ----
grow until eight or nine years old before mate America," but with the present relations enterprise are Hamilton ]isstnn iVr Sons. VulN, t.ft'., p II Y -t I t
fruiting to any great extent Hut at fifteen of labor and (':capital% cannot easily be done Associated with them areex-SlicrilFWilliam I .
years the !seedlings are said ,to produce two mm--. silk rnUiiiL' must iirefi'ralili' l IH c or three times as touch as the same niimuer lined lo countries where! there is a Drake, A. 11. !Linderman.all of I this city ; I. W. I.OHMANN'S
of budded trees. Thornless trees! are )preferred dense population. In the feeding season it ('or\'cll, of Florida, and others. Umlor the tH.ltI.ESTOOUTlll'AIWI.IXA: \
for windy localities, but the absence requires iinmenseatnount oflabor. which agreement already made with the State, the .
of thorns! is evidence of eireminacy. Citrus comes all at once. To iiycWages for feeding. company are requireI: to begin surveys .J:ft-Consignments: of }.'IolllllOIUNlli'H -)FAMOUS--
trees are subject; to diseases: and the ravagesof !; silk-u orms, nnythinglike the wages that are within sixty days and within six months: to solicited, and prompt returns made. 'l-m; !
insects. That which is most fatal and given for work in our mills, would not pay put a force equal to one hundred men on the n_ ___ _ ._ __ ._ ..rt'lurt.t Flour.
which may be the of others, is culled anymore than it would to set men to feeding work and continue ascxpeditiously: as poss' : : Legal .\.t'rIlHt.lllt..H.
Parent ible until it i is completed. It i is --
gum disease.: : destructive to chickens.: Wherever the experiment proposal to -'--' -- -
lime and \lemon than to orange trees, but is raising silk-worms on a large scale has been drain the land from Lake Okccchohcc to Caloosahatchee Circuit Courl) ofiliellullcdtilules,
sufficiently so to the last to demand earnest tricd.it has! failed. They are too liable to : river, which empties into tIll'illll' Aorlhorn DiNlrifl orriorliln.AIUSTIPF.S ONLY 11\\ CENTS PKR: POUND.
investigation. 'l'Iiefirst indication disease /get diseased.\ : Theydobclteriuisuhttedcont: ( Mexico.; ( .\nolh'r'lIlIullllI\'ul: o beconstriu : DiMkiKTT: Receiver, !
is the exudation. of/gum from the trunk near munities or families. The only way in "ted I to the cast, tapping )the s;t. Lncie! "
I the ground. In digging a trench four feet which silk raising: can be carried on without river, which flows into the Atl.urtic. These '1'11InSTIt', 'GI't.r & 1S'IT+T'J'' la ):'JIII't Y'
deep to reach the lower extremity of the taproot loss in this country is for each farmer where canals will entirely drain the swamp, 1 IxinvTuvxsiT: : COMPANY.; JTTICK 0-tf AT OLD( P. 0. IIUILDING.
of affected the climate) will and from ten to twelve million i of lierichest _____ _
an orange tree, it was found permit, to raise: a moderate acres % ( : IS: IIKRKIIY: : 010TII.'I'( :
quite decayed, and parted at the touch. All quantity of cocoons p'arlt'llIlillg them tolarge land in tht01'1,1 will hi a reclaimed.\ .r I will sell the railroad the ii. i':. IX)'." '..:nl.aC: I
belonging to
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the lateral roots were dead save the pair filatures, where they may be successful: The ci.mpany will receive for )the work above-named !
:; extending from the
nearest the surface of the ground. They ly rcele 1. Ycarsagorecliugwasdol; in the die-half of the land recovered meal it is expected of Fernandina company .
Cedar I''
city the
seemed to have commenced dying below, family where the ilk was raised. It is now, \ \ that this will largely: repay all expenditure of Florida and all: its -eyin State If KRNANDINA: !) FLORIDA,
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and extended This brunch of money that be made in the .property, rights, franchises
gradually upward.) indicates fortunately, a separate of the busj.ness. i- may : privileges, I immunities: and\ interests
something )poisonous in the subsoil, Kvcn: in China and Japan' this has work that it now has or 111:1III'r'lInl'r: bo entitledto ) 111.\:1 IN
which! though late in the dry season, was come to be the case, the large filatures, with .\ leading I.ollllliulla,1lIIIt'r' \ was shown apiece at auction the
public to bidder
highest
wet and adhered to the spade. Thorough improved machinery doing the work better of sugarcane raised. on the islands: in at the general oHlceof NIIII.\tIIIII1I' Gulf: Flaac I'nuril"y (iroccrleN
drainage, to dry the subsoil: might prove to than it could be done at home.-tf. J. /Air- the swamps\ : and he at once said that the land: it West 1 India Tran-it In the,
Company,
be the rl'IIIt'I1IIl'Cllcll.. ruins ill Xovcmlier Atlantic. that. would produce' so rich a siiccimcn' was: city
of Fernandina Florida ;
on the fourth day ofAt'ril,141
worth one hundred! dollars .i
An experiment i is now .progressing: that undlil'ty : pernrre'
at ID) o'clock in the forenoon
and it is said the land
overcomethe disease. It is will Produce' twice the ul
may gum using win' rjinisn WITH COLD
? said )
The I
day.; sale! is made to
the'shaddock amount of that can be; raised in Louis pursuant I IlO\IHlnNH.
as a stock on which to bud the sugar : :
decree) of the Circuit
There has been an excessive mortality iana. TllI'l'lItil'l' Court of United
of the ll
lemon. It is and property
than
more' hardy vigorous '
company
any of the citrus family. What effect: it will northern latitudes\ owing to the severe i is below the frost 'line, and there would! beno : States, for the Northern District) oJ Florida) ,
rendered in this
have the fruit cannot be determined weather of late, and CI''l'ur numbers of such damage done to orange pinntutings115 cause.
on un
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til some of the trees produce, which bids fair aged and imitlruuigenpteuresent to un untimely thosein\ Northern FlurirlllIa"I' sutlered this J, U. C.( DRKW) Customers can rely 11\11 gelling CIIOICK:
grave from the extremes of the winter. 1'1'rodudlollllftlll'; fcJ-lw, Special ;Master.In .
to he within the present year. \ tropics can ( ( ', usNOTHING
weather. There are no reasons! why people be raised on tins, Illlt1-illlig'u, !'u ar-'uIII', \
BXI'OIlTI.W; OKAXdLS. of a certain class should subject I themselves! oranges, !lemons, codec, jute, etc. The latter, tlrt'ul Court Fourth Judicial
to unnecessary !sull'eriiig from that cause, which has recently become'a most valuable Circuit' \axNau Count I'la.
For several years I have advocated the importance they can reach; Florida from almost any part article in manufactures: grows wild and can } I IIT TIIK: F1NKST: IIRANDSare ;
of snipping oranges to England, of (lie) Union in a few days where they will be produced in large quantities' at little expense. DONALD) McKAY, ] Mortgage(. Forcclo- i
and thud a new market) for ourluseious fruit. find a climate, moderate, balmy amid healthy, A numberof IrMi manufacturers vs. J mire in Iviuity.: 1
To test the transportability of Florida fruit in which they can make home and resilience\ who use large quantities ufj jute 1 have /already 1Iuy: mw\IX: ); I.011'0 of Hul '. --- -- .kept In stock.
I obtained somn from the Castelluchia' and during f the cold; months. An acre of land in applied f lor stock of the company, and will NOTCI': Is hereby given that, ill pursu- ------ ---- -

Higgins i groves 1III1IIill'\\'urldllhelll i tll II lady some salubrious part can be purchased, aid/ it Iinllll<' all\'. of a decree made in the above entitled J. ] r. PRKSCOTT.'
friend in !London. Twenty-one djys elapsed cleared and fenced, and a 'pretty I'utlugof The company will organiyoat once, with I action, whereby i was: ordered), ad

between_the,day of_shipment. t.and. their arrival two rooms: and. kitchen. plastered! _throughout :: I Hamilton lisston as President. It is i imposed : judged I and. decreed: : that 1 ,. hl're1 1I 1II, e"rnl
in lM>giunu. 10 snow that thc' i-.\IH-II- erected bur Ihe stun 01 itnu it.ssu.: 'l mils ) to i issue one million :shares of stock at said ucumomi 10 sum .Mcivay, on me.m nay
uncut was a success, I shall' junto from u letter can be made their home ant 'planted I out in ten dollars par value. lamb share will carry lh' IH.HO I, upon I('('rlllllllloUllllllort mil e
'would yesterday : fruit trees and flowers: wliich 1 will fur.nish with it the right; to an acre of laud The! [ given by said I1'illolllllo one I F. I D. Whitney
You have been delighted could occupation while residing here. In a stock will be )put on the Philadelphia Stockj' on the 'Jd I 1H7< upon cer Style, Fit,
you have seen the excitement occasioned by short time the fruit from the trees will begin Exchange: and it is expected will bn sold. tUi1 1'f'lilclllercllal 'r described) the sum
the arrival of the box of oranges from Florida. to give some remuneration to those: who readily. .\ number of apIdiratitntsforstnrk II Jllln'll(t d'llaJ. with one hundred l Comfort
They were taken out one by one and '111'0 not too well off in the goods of this have already I been JIIalle /,)' prominent: 1IIIIIIf''llolarllllt'rlot up to said, date) and ,
unwrapped and very much admired, not world, but in the meantime they can live tlemen in this city. The proceed ut'atIHHJ tl premises: crill.) in said) mortgage .\:II
only fur their size but for their lovely per much cheaper than they would in the North shares will be used l as tin working capital. be to satisfy said Indebtedness, together
fume. Ispteuiiypte1t'tloneaunt' handed it as no expensive clothing( or fuel! would he It is not known how long; it willluko I to fully with all cOllt"I''l'S and clrJl'llIth'llIlilJ the Ls Durabiity.
around for approval. Oh I lovely, lovely ;' required. In fact, the old summer clothes developtbis) t stupendousscheme: but t the\ gentlemen IrOt'l'l'IIIj'in Ibits I rllt
ami I never tasted anything so luscious in could be worn here during\ ; the winter, and who have undertaken it will push it CUlrt-loll+e door) in Fl'rllllilll,
my life,' was uttered, by one and another. the saving alone in this respect would nearly to completion) as soon a+ possildc.George Nassau at I 1'' M. on the .Ith
Mother says she has b'een; longing: for a )lathe, cost of a winters residence. ; McGowan: and Thoinas J. Ihrger: day of April, IK*|, all the right, title and
Florida orange for years; ever since. I wrote Oneal'rc in orange:: trees, well taken cure well-known gentleman I tll city, will leave interest of said Parley Redmond) on the :'M
about Jliem from Jacksonville\ ;' and she desires of. would in a few years give return of at for an extended trip southward on next day of June, lKil<; together with all equity ,
tno to say, with her love, that she least $.Vn( ) per annum amid few! small families i- Tuesday.: '1'111'will go to Tallahassee, Flu., of redenij'tioii in and) to the following I described
has enjoyed them so much.' They are, ins would have occasion to sid-nd as muchas where 'they will look intothe title of the premises, to-wit ;
a treat, and all uro'l'ry hurtubhigei that in the season. Those who are now State of Florida to the Everglades: tin behalf .\ l.t'rtail lot of land, being about one-
to you, for sending them. Now you visiting Florida should pick out the locality of the company !lU'litiolu'llultt'fllt')' expect half milt from I"I 's 1'\'rryIdlll in T. -1 i N..
will be waiting to know in what kind of they think adapted, and give out contracts: ) return to Philadelphia' by May I, but I 251 K., and conveyed a tt'1ffrul Krn-: lliiIlug, largely lurrt'aMMl iuNtocK '
condition they urrin'l1.'crr good, indeed, have the homes made in time for next season / i prior to that time the preliminaries to) the tll' .IIerll'! to Farley \\'. 1t'IIOflll) and >
only three mildewed : the others were in excellent when they can comedown in time andoccupy Kvcrglade Hcheme will beptislnil forward by (' :',dim, Irt7., in page ol I'oot-uoar, in bo'l Ihu

condition, and as nice as if freshly their own hou-.fi, and, pass their time the interested parties: in'tbis city. J'hilsulrlphit III, Xa-l'ul< taints Record of Deeds, and uiid HUM!in in railcN, I am 41111-
gathered. They quite perfumed the room, in adorning; them instead: of waiting for the 1H'Ir/III he Vil/rilUlfltj ('wurscrciul.1'roletIouul I described 1 as !i11.WI: llcginning at u gum
and I look at them and wonder if it is JMJSMble : cold weather, with its consumption asthma tree near Wi> .t Creek and on the lineof bled to place before my t'li.stom*
that they have come from the: sunny and rheumatic pains-: The cxpens of one ------, I land owned by Adam .\nlll'lrlllj and
month's tad HiislitCNM"!, Curds running North Ill. Kast.W) ers I'ry lar c ..Nor.Ut.ll. ol
$South where wi.-h I was at this moment. loitering in hotels would\ keep them pine
Kate has just jK-eled another orange, and for a whole 1 season on their own place. Five inu |>oiid ; from thence in u southwesterly I 1001" and Shoe made by the
say,.*hc wishes you could! look in and see or $ll IH.T week can keep a small family comfortable "'JI. it. (:. nl'u".a: :, lir'dill tlruu,1 ....ai.1,11' along (the cen .
her enjoying;' it,' "and with every mouthful here ofcour,this does not include u I/rall:1: 'f said Wood-lock Creek, most M iii]>eteut and Nkllled

pronouncing 'luvely.' With many thanks I the luxuries of life, but where they can do>> r* KNKICAL: : COMMISSION( M KUCHA XT, to a pine 1'11' Woodstock Creek, and one uucu. Thee Goods were
A for the treat you have given us, believe me theirown work and live on good wholesome chain Irom it to place of beginning, containing '
to be yours, etc." food, will be 1>11111<-lellt. We are pleased to CK.VTKK ST., AIHU: IJ. K.FKItNANDI.VA. {)1'fJT, thirty-two and ninety-one one hundredth Itlr.'lmlt'l Tor (',\Sl/ and tiro
Twenty-one day elapsed from the time! of see a number of lots being taken at this acres, being u part the ('lsll only' for the Name
shipment until thy fruit was: received in place fur winter homes, and would\ like to wv FL1.Umiy Grant, !In Ntvuuomity, Florida, and des t'.U'lIU&.t
London ; aniltltissimaideexperjuleut establishes them started an over the State. There are scrilnil according (to a survey made by P. W. commodity. ThlM will lie deemed >

the fact that if'proper care is exercised plenty of localities where good schools and Corn' Out!*. Oscar KIHTIUT. after .
in selecting ami packing Florida oranges. churches can be: found. Make your home -- ---- Also, u (Inull lot of land l eginning ut or I 1II'.u'mr. MeeliiK, .
that they can be landed in excellent condition in time. Every: family has Home invalids near the head of WM 'stock Creek, running amlnliiK* stud IcaruliiK: at arhutcttlrc11ucly
in Kngland; and a l superior| market among them, and if they 110 not use the A. W. ( M'K KEL1., JSI). T. W.\I..H. along the to nix- of aid creek to u stake on
!found for our luscious fruit.-U. J. A', j"J"rl.lvlIl.jlle house themselves will be found Useful to W \I.TEll 1(. vm>. the line of land Mold to Gus "Underwood ; low. price the *eC

Union.e others who they love and whom life they from tht'f'el'rtl 43: I'a.t.: i'l cliain M are offered.jif .
would ('rolong.-PllJridll .\jrindtttrit.VAltltOLIU GOC'Kllhl.l.; WALKKU: .t YATKS: ;, links, oi buck line of the Nelson 'ouc"
511.11IVIUsTiCl'11'I.IILl11CI. Grant : from theme, along Hall! line of My stock or Ci\TM: :'I liX'H:
s (Coi' KKKI.L: WU.MK, Jucksoll>'Ulc,) :\t'III Grant 17 chains 10 links, to u u pine ;
To most of the children\ of the present ACJ1, thence S.rh ;3/l generation in Massachusetts: a .silk cotooncrywould In the J ton ton Juurnttlof C'/teinutf/for February Attorney'N and ('ounselors'1'IItN1)N.1 a pine : thence North 41 Kut: 11 attention' ol those
be> a novel sight ; but there are many u physician states as the result of his chain Id links to u stake in creek ; from tt'Nlrll&
older persons who remember the time when own experiment uton| himself that chronic : / FLA. thence ulumigflue route of sold I creek to the fine Good
numerous farmers and several bronchitis and severe coughs have been curedby
enterprising( id'o.l..t.. Creek ; from thence
clergymen, throughout, the .tate. had few the inhalation of 5 solution of .' along left lo Ncleelloit
u a JT cent GNUf adjoining Clerk of t lie Circuit ('.,un. .\IJlttk Creek to placeof U-giitning: $1-Ortt'rH my
silk worms in their hou-H-a or barns, who.serare carbolic acid ; that forthrceand u half
yean T. 4 X, It. 2.1 K.: in Nassau will reeeUe
Ldllj I uat'lln rare fill and
was sometime entrusted to the women he has not had a cough, sore throat or cold : ., being. of the Ilromil"aUell"ul.
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WALTKB R. YATIW, Notary I'uMic. il 4t County part SclJ
and chrililrenof the family. For althoughat in the bead. Hut as cause producing catarrhs Grant:
containing forty-six am
the beginning of this, century the silk culture and coughs are always acting he uses l lew. Jlro Ir

in this country had almost died out, yet the spray more or U*.. every 11a)'. Many TfJIl rniNTIKfi, in II'I!*, and) at ('. U ROWXSOX, J H. PRESCOTT,
etforU were made to revive it. Indeed, who have uMtl l it under LN direction haveS ever
strong the )lowest rates. at IJ""01& oflicv. | 15-5t Spttlul Mu.ter. t-3n'er.IR.ld"I.., Fla,



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I I : THE FLORIDA MIRROR l
I i : MARCH 12 I Il

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l THE FLORIDA MIRROR, Services! were held nt the I'rcsbyterlan Marine Disaster. 7. I'crnandlna'H Cain DayJ personal,

church on Thursday afternoon, preparatory On Sunday, March 0, 1881 1, at 5 p. m., the I Mr. A. Homer, of England, is stopping at

t it:OD A YKAK; $1,00Local ion SIX .1fONTJ/S. to the communion services of tomorrow.The Norwegian bark King Oscar, four hundredtons PENzNO OF TIIK FKRN\NPt.N\: JACKSOXVII-VK the Egmont.Mr. .

,. railroad office is to be remodeled) and burthen, of Hnngesund, Norway, J'.. \KVIt.UO\D, -FKIINANPINV TO CELKIIK\TBl P. L. Crawford, of New York, was in

; Itejlccttonit. an additional room built for the telegraph Jensen, master, from Hamburg, Germany, imports from the engineers and contracts the city Tuesday. ,

\ office. This is necessary PO ns to give room for Charleston S. C.. lost her rudder and (/s \ assurance that by the 20th instant! \ Mr. A. L. Raphael, of London, is a guestof
l Cucumbers being shipped to New York.
to accommodate the business of the road, sprung a leak, and with strong! gale, commenced /rains will be running through to Jackson the Egmont.

i Fernandina is shipping celery to Jackson which ia rapidly increasing. to break up in latitude 30.50 north ville over the Fernandina ifc Jacksonville r (Colonel 1'. 11. Psipy, general freight agent

il ville. Transportation lines! are now carrying and longitude 70..30 west.! Her crew nun/ Railroad. In anticipation of this long-ex-' of the Transit Railroad, has gone .to Maconin

Several fine brass bands will be here on our numbers of visitors Northward. Are not beret eleven persons, none lost Value/>f pectcd and devoutly wishcd-for consummation the interest of his line.

gala day.Captain. they returning too early? The cold, damp vessel, $10,000; value of cargo un kilo n. and 5n order to give "Our Short Line"a Dr. Samuel J. Hinsdalc, of Fayetteville,

I A. O. MacDonell's infant; boy died weather experienced March in the Northis The crew were all rescued by the American{ good send-off, our citizens have determined N. C., was in our city on Sunday,en route far

on Friday morn ing.' not very conducive to the health of in. schooner Katie Collins, Matthews master, to have a gala day. With a consistent, wariness Green Cove Spring, Fla. I

j." valids. and arc now in this:port., peculiar to business! men they have Mr. William Lawtey was! a passenger! on
Our business! men expect and are preparedfor .. .
> given the contractors the usual "days of board the steamship &>ln-ay, from Port Itoye,
i n good spring business. The steamer lJr!1a toll arrived on Wednesday SJitinncntn of Lumber .During 1'rb-
grace," and have fixed upon Wednesday! al, arriving here on Sunday last.
The steamer Johns arrived morning with !seventy'! passengers, among l'ua ry.
Wednesdaywith Jr. of the firm of Gilbert,
The March 23d, as the day we celebrate. Gilbert Potter, .
the number comparative !statement of shipments
list. Captain Kcmpton, of the steamship
a good !
I' passenger of lumber from Through the courtesy of the secretary, we Potter & Co., commission merchants in naval
the of
Gate City, Mr. Jones, United States lo- port Fernandina are
Considerable red cedar is being shipped nt follows are enabled to give our readers an outline of stores, New York I is !stopping the Egmont
inspector of steamboats and Hon V. R. as :
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this time from the Gulf coast. the programme, and a list of the various Hotel.
I Strout and party. (,) "t W ile. Foreign Total.
Two new locomotives are to be ordered at Feet Feet. Feet. committees who have the arrangements in Captain A. O. MacDonell, general passenger "

once for the Transit Railroad. The many large parties to Dungcness during February 1880..1,074,000( 839,000 2,813.000 charge, and are glad to be able to state that agent of the Transit Railroad, is in New ,
I the past week have shown that we have February: 1881..2,219,000! ( ) 2,111,000 4.300,000: the finance committee happy and tiiiiling. York attending the meeting of the general !
; Mrs. Horace Porter was a guest of the Eg those among us who appreciate the romanticand Increase 1881 (coa .twi!e)......... 275,000; feet '
i mont Hotel during the past week Increase 1881 (foreign)............1 1,272.000 feet OUTLINE OF ritOOKAMMK.At passenger: agents.Mr. .
beautiful ; and we have yet to hear any ---- 10 o'clock or upon arrival of the first Taylor, president of the Taylor IronWorks

4 The attention of pleasure seekers is called one assert Unit Dungencss does not P08'M8these : Total I..................................l,517,000 feet train from Jacksonville, the road will be formally High Bridge, N. J., was in the city 1
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to the advertisement, "Yacht to Let. characteristics. Shipments from :Jacksonville, as reported declared open, when national saluteof the early part of the week. He reports his

If the habitual lounger is excepted, thereare A guest at fashionable hotel in Florida by the Union, for the month of February, thirty-eight guns will be fired by the Nassau works having sufficient orders on hand te b

no idle hands found in Fcrnandina. took his seat at the dinner table, but, no one 1881 : Coastwise! 2,893,00)fcct ; foreign,GGO-, Light Artillery! assisted by the First keep them busy until midsummer.The .

We have so many sportsmen in our city, Appearing to wait upon him, he remarked : 581 ; total, 3,514,581 feet. In 1880 the ship Florida Artillery of Jacksonville. The first Dully! Xationat Reporter says : "Mr.: j

we would like to have n shooting match. "Have you any waiters at this hotel ?'' ments during the month of February were gun of the salute will be the starting signalof Gco. '\', Hoffman, proprietor of the Brcvoort

Large. shipments of oranges from the Gulf Yes," responded a wag on the opposite side 3,405,500; feet ;_an .increase_ of_.149,521. feet. a grand union regatta, in which yachts House! accompanied by his family, are ,

coast arc made weekly over the Transit of the table, .the boarders are the waiters." The City- of- Dallas.--- from Savannah, Brunswick, Jacksonville, spending the winter at the Royal Hotel, Nassau

Railroad. The British steamship Solway, Captain The steamship City of Dallas arrived on and St. Augustine will compete with our Bahama.: Islands." Mr. Hoffman and I I

The orange fevor! continues. Never before Larkins, arrived on Sunday morning from Wednesday morning with the following passengers yachtsmen for good, fat purses.! The regatta family spent several days in our city, before
Port over, the citizens and visitors will he regaled sailing for Nassau, and were so much pleased
Royal, at which Mr. of
: maws' (there such a number of inquiries fort port Lawtey, :
"orange groves. our city, put aboard six thousand bags of Miss Lawtey, Miss Politzer, F. A. Camer- with an id fresco entertainment, in time shape' with our place that it is their purpose to return ;;
of and field These embrace here and spend' several
!sports exercises.
cotton seed. Her full
\ Our merchants are weekly increasing their cargo was completednt den, Mrs. T. Semple and t two daughters, J.A. weeks.'f
sack and hurdle jumping, wheelbarrow 'fI'
this port, and she sailed for Europe Tuesday Gicrct, Mrs. Bennet, (I. K Powell, J. Thai- races,
sales the line of the Transit and Peninsular -
on '
pole in which The Weather. a
races, donkey races, greased (
f railroads.: morning. Ion, T. Wilcox, C. H. Applcbe, O. II. Sayer,
nit will be permitted' to contest loran antidote LOCAL OBSERVATIONS.FKRNANPINA. : .
The committee appointed on sports, for II, S. Burnham, T. Sitting, :K Schrokoptr,
The railroad busy in of FLA. March 11 1881. ,
shops present a appearance to the "white mouth, the shape a Magnolia "
the opening of the Fcrnandina &; Jackson- John Hawson.
: by reason of the preparations for the ham,) tug-of-war, etc. At 5 o'clock p. t
1881.I
1880.
I ville Railroad, consisting of Captain W. II. Following is the list of consignees : I .
vegetable season. m. a military dress:parade and review, -
V King, Messrs. R. W. Southwiek, II. II. Lin- A., 0. oh; VV. I. T. R. R., Clark, H. E.; Dot participated ::::!

i Tho.)prospect for the coming summer season ville, and W. J. Woodward, are requested: to terer, I)., D., Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. B. 11. King, in by our own and visiting military --------I-I -I- ( R 1 I R I--- :
1,1 looks bright for all.bra"chcs of local organizations:' at the conclusion of which a ;: I.. .r
meet at Mr. King's store on Monday afternoon Mrs. Lcddy, A. B. Noyes J. H. Prescott, -'-'
trade and industry. grand!''' dcj!) t'. Saturday:: 5" (Gii'l'I.i4; { { 417 Clear.
at four o'clock. Proctor P. it II., Sanborn it Hoyt, G. Stark,
G CiH{ 1'12 m: M CIl'ar.
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Then comes! the special' feature of the day, ty
: A very largo excursion party from Macon Our visitors who enjoy fishing need 1 find A. Seydell it Bro.. Mrs. Stark, B. F. Waos, or, as: the announces it, "a fine land[ \\' i 62 1'12 42 fj I.'alr.

(over 100)) are making arrangements to be no excuse for indulging in the sport to theirheart's J. F. "'na F. Lohman, W. '1'. Fisk, K. program Tuesday 8 n2 R'2 Hain.
illumination of the yachts and shipping a
Wednesday !9) Wi 81 t Clear.
the 23d. J. E. Davis Russell it Norfleet
; with us on Ferry, J. C.
content there 521iO
as are always any magnificent pyrotechnic display on the har- Thursday 10 l 62 GH Clear.

t The value of the cargo of the steamship number of fi..hcrmelwho\ have boats and Comista lit Inc. --... -. -- -. bor, and a ball at the Egmont Hotl'll" !::.,I'ieax} ____ ____ t 1 > Gri r) ..81: ... _..l! I Clear, I,
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t : Solwt!!, cleared on the 8th for Bridgewater, will "take you to the best place," providingfor Sad Accident at St. Mary's. We understand that an cxt'IIo1ivcOrlll'r! for .

England, was $23,970. you tackle, bait, and all requisites to .\ young man, named John Lund, recently tire-works: has already gone forward to New MAiti\i. \.

j Captain W. O. Jeffreys, Jr., agent of the make the trip pleasant.The arrived in St. Mary's, met his death by the York, and I, as: the programme embraces some lort oJ'l''e.lItwd/na. l

Transit Railroad, has taken up his quarters day and the occasion we celebrate will accidental discharge of his gun. He hud\ left magnificent exhibition pieces, which' are to

; I in the new office building. only come once-this 'ear-so why not illuminate his home on the evening of the 7th, fir the be displayed from rafts on the harbor, we an HIGH WATKR. ::1
Saturday, March[ 12..... 5:21: A.M. 5:47: r. M..Sunday .
I and the whole Centre street? The effect purpose of examining his fishing net, tak- ticipates"n1e'tlmuugnovel and interesting.: In "
Tho new stables, corner of Beach 13...... IiO.'I": liJ4"::
Fourth streets, are being pushed forward tocompletion from the railroad wha would be fine. I If the ing with him his! gun, as: was his: usual: cus! the very extensive programme of pyrotechnics Monday, 14...... (GU":: 7:17: It .

a fast residents. said street would like to nee their tom. Ills friends felt much uneasiness: at (which will take nearly two hours toexhibit Tuesday, 15:; ..... 7:35: : i:5ii"
ns as possible.Win. !: names in print, let them npplyut once to the his absence during the night and starting at notice bombs wheels Wednesday: 10..... 8:15: 8:3:: u
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17. 8:54 9:18
.1" Lawtcy, E: I} who received a cargo Thursday, : :
.. : f of salt by the bark Imogcnt, has placed it in secretary for lanterns. daybreak on the next morning found the double triangles, cannonading balloons, parachute Friday, 18/ ..... !)::31"{ 9.58 It

j ': the United States bonded warehouse. Our friend!! Gol ell, of the Egmont Hotel, poor fellow lying partly within and partlyout rockets, garden pieces' ,,,and two grand ,

\ determined not to behind in the celebrationof of the boat with the ill-fated gun' 1 lying exhibition scenes:' while Bengal ht.", Roman E TI'IU.p: ,

;a The Grand Lodge of Colored Templars ofr. the 23rd, has ordered from New York 500 across the seat-one barrel being dNchagpd. candles, flower pots, etc., arc so interspersed Marsh 7-S. S. Solway, Larkin, Beaufort

r. ,,' the State have been holding their annual Chinese lanterns in which to dress! : the Eg- It surmised that either\ in shifting begun, as to daze one even in the reading. H.March V. 9-S. S. City of Dallas, Risk, New .t

"" meeting in this city during the past week. rnont In gala costume. and we learn that the or casting his: net, the gun was discharged Then, as if to make a joyful night of it as York.

P' Mr. It. W. Southwick agent of Mallory's ladies will bedeck the East mid South facades and the contents passed through his neck as Wl'IlIl'i a gala day, we are invited to trip March 9-S. P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charleston. -

r L t I' Steamship Line, has removed his office to with evergreen ornamentation. and head. Of a singularly bright ami happy the light fantastic! toe at the Egmont. March. 9-Sch.Katie Collins, :Mathers, Wilmington ,

the new building! south of the railroad gen- During the week some changes have taken disposition, he had won the esteem of all jEolns and Pluvius smiling, expect a high N. C. '

eral offices. place around the railroad office. The superintendent who knew him, mind was so pleased with this old time, and now turn we to the gentlemen CLE,'UEIl.

' .. The steamer Bridgeton sailed! on Mondayfor now occupies the ofllcc vacated) section of the country that he contemplated who, in the face of an equinoctial period :March 5-S. P. St. John Vogel, Charles-

making it his permanent home. An inquestwas have the temerity to predict perfect' ton.March
j' Savannah with a large number passengers by the steamship company, and the general [ 9-Sch. Emma F. Hart, Davis Trin
held the remains which interred I
and a full cargo of oranges and miscellaneous freight agent has taken the otlicc formerly on were success.1:! idad.March I ;
in the cemetery of St. Mary's on the \ 8 S. S. Larkin
freights. occupied by Mr. Jeffreys, local agent, the 1.I"'r OF 1'OMMITTEK.S.Kffcutiteaii'l Solway, Bridgcwa

j The schooner Alice Collins arrived on Wednesday executive director taking the office lately occupied afternoon following. Jr(' Jlti"-O. B. Lamarchair-, ter.March 10-Sch. Adeli11Dr.( ) ':
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manV.; 15. C. Ihlr)' e. C. W. Yulee, I). K.:
from Wilmington, N. C., and will be by the general freight agent. I The Anniversary erara.
I Maxwell. 0;. M. Davis It. Armstrong, March 10
1 loaded with lumber by Simon J. Temple, of Wednesday was a. lovely day, and quite a The anniversary of the Nassau Light Artillery secretary.Ilf'jufta. New York.-S. S. City of Dallas, Risk! New

Temple's Mills, Fla.; number of visitors availed themselves of was celebrated on Thursday I lost. In IN I'OUT.
f'tUIIIII ltI't'-I. W. Synett, James i
The increasing immigration and the open the opportunity afforded to visit Pungeness, the afternoon there was a )prize drill Mr. J. Brig Goffredo.
Jas. Hell
Fitzgerald J. L. Horsey.Hjmtt
ing of many new farms, makes it, more than Cumberland Island, on the steamer H. I?. L. Horsey being successful in securing the Bark Imogchc.Schooner .
Comnttre-R' J. Wood ward, H. W. Katie <:Collins: :
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ever, necessary that our county should III'egood Plant. The Plant makes regular trips to prize, which ho was awarded several months King R. W. South wick, II. II. Linville. .

public roads. Dungcness every Monday, Wednesday lUll\| ago, as being the best drilled man in the .1iJit"ryantiieCartain W.O.Jeffreys STANDARD OF TIm ENGLISH; LAN- oG11AOE.1Vebster's

Friday, leaving Fernandina at It o'clock a. com pall)'. In the evening: the company, Unabridged Dictionary t
,.\ special train was run on the Transit Jr., Lieutenant M. J. rat n. i is commended tile EnglisimI'urld for
m., and returning at o'clock p. m. with !invited guests,assembled ut the Lyceum over :
Railroad to give dispatch to the its excellence. Wherever find
on Monday, 'llall Aquatic, Concert and Pyrotechnics F. you English
---- and the splendid spread which was
sneaking people there find
transfer of the Lucy Miller' passengers, from Robbery ...hnella.lr. Armstrong, J. I. Horsey Jas. Bell William { you Webster
provided, was enjoyed by all present. Therewas ..n lunli has produced nothing equal to it,
Pcnsacolu to Jacksonville. ) Levi Jones, who spends his winters : an abundance of everything good and Sharp. and in America it i is the standard The il

,f ( Captain C. Wickliffo Yulee, executivo }Florida was robbed on Tuesday of $115, a tempting.: "The day we 'kbratc-the anniversary Finance Committee,. A. Swann, Gustave lustrations' : area Ulun'clftr accuracy and .

i manager: ; of the Transit Railroad, left on gold watch valued at $150, and a ring worth of the Nassau, Light Artillery Stark, F.1V. Hoyt J. II, Prescott. look number through, and it.it is The a treat new just edition: to be has able 1,928 to

1 Tuesday for Macon, Ga., on business connected $50 ; also two overcoats, and all of his cloth may each recurring one be a bright particular nail r*>Mmittce-\\'. IJ. C. Duryee, L. F. pages 3.00U ('n ;ra\.ill).:!! and four pages colored -

", with his company. ing. lIe Is on the track of the robbers, and spot in its memory of every !individual Goodell l C. W. Yulce.Marine. plates. Its able and comprehensive definitions -

Mr. Ellermann Wednesday arrested a will, no doubt, capture them member) ," was responded to by Captain' "'. ---- -- -- of are library in themselves\ -a thesaurus "
-..... '"U:14. unbounded treasures.-Our Church Paper -
: I man by the name of Peterson, who is:: wanted O. Jeffreys, Jr. A'tw Market' }'a.
lIon. II" A' Thompson The steamship Itty nf Autfin, Captain Stevens
at Darien, being suspected of having committed "The State of 1"lorl.I"IUIh'r future be _. "
t Returned to his hqnic, from Tallahassee, on is due here to-morrow from New York -- -- ---
u t n. robbery of some $800. Saturday last. He did good work while in thE' bright illustrious and progressive ; may her en route to Nassau. New Advertisement.'

The steamer Krulyetmi, of the Sea Island industries, now in their infancy, soon take ____ h___ .___ ___
State Senate and Nassau congratu
county The ;
steamer Lury .1llrr arrived! at Cedar
arriveilSutday morning 11 o'clock their first rank in the enterprises: of the Yuclit to Let.
M Route, lates him. Senator Thompson has been fora from Pensacola
Key nn Monday, with thlrt.I -
whole country," was responded to by Rev.Dr. ; and commodious
with All were delighted Yacht NICY
: bevcnty-fivc p passengers. number of and is at present the paymaster 'I'IIJflare
years :< | :sengcn; and a good freight. (. G. Darling .
J. II. Myers. can be chartered
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with the trip in every respect. of the Transit Railroad Company for
"The I.udiet-t1od bless: them, whose bright The steamship: GimmleM, Captain Beck isexpected pleasure parties at reasonable rates. Oyster
r. Colonel John' Stingluff, president, and where his genial ways, witty sayings and to arrive here Bakes at King's Bay a specialty.
smiles and cheerful words: be the to-morrow from Nassau -
mar'er For
I Howard Boyd treasurer of the Pennsylvania pleasant manners have made him conspicuous particulars, apply to Major Suhrer
stimulus to urge us onward in the path of and Matanza, tn route to New York. Mansion House or J, W. Thompson, Spencer =
New Jersey & New York Railroad of as an official whom therailway patrons House
duty," was responded toby :Mr. "'. J. Woodward The steamship Sulmay, of the Fernandinaand St. Mary's, or addressCUrr.
Morristown, Pa., were guests of the Egmont trust will long continue as robust and vigorous O. G. DARLING
1 by proxy. United King lum Steamship, Line, was 15-13t
Hotel. in health as at present. St. Mary's, Ga.
"The Press-the great engine of public loaded 1 by Mr. William Lawtey and sailed _'--
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'J All who wish to enter for the prizes in the Accident, opinion, whose vast power and influence is for Bridgewater via Norfolk on Tuesday SAW MILL, LAND,- t

i' sack races, climbing greasy poles, etc., etc.. On Saturday night Mr. Taylor, presidentof the recognized motor of this' countrywas' Her cargo consisted of GOO) tons of cottonseed AND ,

are requested to give their names to either the Taylor Iron Works, High Bridge, N. responded to by Mr. J. A. Whitney. about 8,000 sacks and 187 bales of sea ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE. ,

t one of the committee on sports during the J., went aboard the steamer Florida for the "The ladies-may this evenings enter hiand: cotton. I

t. m coming week. purpose of taking passage on her to Savan tainment prove as pleasant to, them as it has Lint--- --- -
Letters
t.f f The First Florida Artillery Company, who nah, but being anxious to look after his bag- been our desire and ambition to make it," Remaining in the Post-Office of 1'IIJ'': undersigned offer fur sale the

t walked off with the prize at the State Fair, gage, he ascended the gang-plank and was was responded to by Mr. R. Armstrong. Nassau Fernandina .Saw Mill tit
county, 'la.March 11,1881. Persons Duttou
1 are to be here at the opening of the Fernandina returning on the dock, when, just at that After the collation thirty-two couples j t

it; Jacksonville: Railroad, as the guests moment, truck load of wood came down farmed themselves on the floor, and danced! calling for these letters must! say advertised Transit Railroad near Fornandina, '
the gang-plank, the approach of which Mr. Baldwin. Robert T Hallembeck Perry W
f : of the Nassau Light Artillery. Taylor did not notice. The! truck of wood until 3 o'clock in the morning every one Burnie. Maggie! Jefferson, Josh Mary $ao Acres of Fertile Laud, .t

1 Kev. A.,W. Shields, colored is holding a struck him on his knee with such force as to being delighted and were made happy. Too Benson, W H Kinghorn J B .
knock him overboard. The l porter of the Baker Mary Ann With an .--,:
meeting at the Baptist church. much praise cannot be given to the committee Moray Jordan ,
protracted : hotel being near at hand saw the accident! tfforts Clayton (iet) l: Marson, Mrs Nellie I Orange; ( roc oTUOO f
for these untiring to plea. TreeM.
sOme half dozen persons were baptized on and immediately went to the rescue of Mr. everyone CookVut; ?Maxwell T K
last Sunday, and eight or ten will be baptized Taylor who was Immediately taken out of and right\ nobly did they "succeed. Our Cook. A W Mullens! Judy i The Mill[ is in first-class order. A tram
4 4 on tomorrow the watu and conveyed to the Egmont: Hotel Artillery Company i is an Junior to our city ( anaka. Sarah Moreau I) C road extends three! miles into a tine tract of i I
where, on examination, it was discovered { and the interest manifested in its welfare by Doby John, Sargent, Sarahharly. timber. Dwelling House, Store, Blacksmith
The attention of mill men is called to the that, although; no bones were broken, Sunnier Sloanl, William f uop. Stables, and quarters fur
lacerated. HU injuries our citizens by the very Mattering turn out Fitrhell, J S the nuploven' on 1
advertisement of Messrs. Puryee and Hoyt, the flesh was badly Young, Samuel place. ;
mill. The terms received the attention of Dr. Staruuck, and during the lenten season assures continued Hacklick, Tits Waiters, Frank
Dutton
offering: for sale the recovered that he J?Price Very Low for
4 on Monday he was so fully sea'ess. UELDoa rOtiTAUE. Cai.li.W .
offered arc exceedingly liberal and advantay the steamer BrUgetun f,.rSavanntli.
#! !ous, and the I location is one of the best took passage: there on to find his friend,:who had May each succeeding anniversary possible Miss Emma, L Hughe*. Bakersville, F11KU. B. C. DURYKE: ,

preceded him a (twJa's. be even more enjoyable than the past. SlML. T. RlDDELL, P. M. lV4t WYT.. g
in the country. Fcrnandina. I
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