Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. III. : : FE11NANDINA, FLA.! SATURDAY, MARCH in. 1881. NO. 17. .

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r STATE SEWS. Escambla. well the fir.t'ar; \lrcc\"I'r'olll'shollhl .ASSASS1ATIOAT In:\TII-IIt:!) nr Tilt: 1'1It; !i1

t Herewith i is a summary of the shipments come with sumcient capital to buy lands, The czar wus curried 1 up !stairs'\ i on a litter. j |
xy' Alachua.We of I lumber for 1880 to Great Britain! : Vessels trees, and get fitted up, and still have enough h t.\sT OVF.tlTVKKH TIIK IV.UIOF; WsstM .\, Besides tic surgeons in ordinary the most ii"
.\: III: F\It-s llt.milMI: : MVNtll.KliXI *
lap to learn that work i N 23ij( 18. hewn timber left to live for the first lifter skilled men in tho city Were present, but( "
arc pleased pro :, ; tonnage, ,8 2j; on year or two, .\ II PYIXU IX TIn: STKFKTS: OF the
ease was hopelessHis h'lh'
fenr- j
grossing as rapidly as could be expected( on cubic feet, :tf.lM.GM ; sawed lumber, cubic that time there is no valid reasonli..\' HIS IIOYAI. r'AI'ir.VI IN TIn fully shuttered, the greater portion, was of his 'j;!

Y the Florida Southern Uaihvay. 9'hebrnnth feet, 53S9,7t.i; ; lumber, 17-V.l.OOO I feet Con they should not succeed. A good scrviceablc IIKOAI LIOHT OF IKY.DKTAIS feet and ankles having, ; born blown.( otT.; and

from the main trunk line to Palatkuis 1 bciiife uncut of Europe-1'essels; 7"> ; hewn, WVi,- frame building; containing!: two rooms, i\ : OF TIn A$5.i.mix.ITiUx. his right leg was nearly torn from his body i ;
He sensible with }brief
t' rapidly pushed through, and it will not be ft(Hi ; sawed, .YXl.OOO ; lumber, 15,80SKH: feet porch, etc., can be put up for about $.">0. The czar was returning in a covered carriage to, the last.' Ho 1 Int'r'IIIi'1If( had lost' enormous unconsciousness '

more than four months, we hope, before Pa Africa, Java, Illllzorl' about ten percent Corn i is worth from 73 cents to $L per bushel / from I the )lil'haclII'l'\ : about 11 a. in., : quantities: of blood, which had literally

: latka will be shaking hands with Guinea; of shipments. incontinent of Europe : Westliulicsund ; syrup: 50 ('entper gallon General groceries with his brother, the Grand; Duke Michael prostrated him Time doctors' efforts to rally
His escort of Cossacks
('III ii'lh'llllfquih' a -
} villc, and we hope, having grand jollification I I South Amcricuubntit half amount fully ndll'Ip as in .\I the imperial
family summoned I
were beside him
t+ in.our city. General Varnum, on the shipped to continent of l';urope. Coastwiseto and mules are worth from ;$7to: $ltO per accompauieolhiutinsleighs, As the carriage where prayers for thedying; were being said,

't 1'alatka end, is working this way at the rate ( United States 1'0rtYl'1') !;>") ; ton head ; wagons, fl'OlIO to $\\lM ; Florida: was )passing: along the banks of theEkutcrnoisky : by a Jreek patriarch and the clergy. The

:,'. tih of about a half of a mile per day, und Mr[ Image, .*),;,li3 ; lumber,, 3S,.!)II\H!),( ) ; (no tirn cattle, $10 (to $::I 1) per head. Labor i is worth imperial stables canal,, a immediately bomb was thrown opplli'lih'the i by a ing.leave-taking; He kissed is said them to have been' most touch, ,

C, I., Estis; who has the contract for grading bers). (Grand total : Vessels' :WJ: : ; tonnage! from $10 to $.'50 per month ; rails, $1 l perhundred man who wns standing behind i knot of pedestrians blessing. Ho bore the agony nnd gave of his:Hicm wounds his

}' from this: end of the line, will, in about a 3f1< ;n\'O)\' ; hewn timber, :?,i47ienhic(\: feet ; ; )lumber, $tn per 1,000\ feet ; shingles. who bad stopped to see the emperor with heroic fortitude, amid said ho trusted

s week, have tools and hands to push on toward sawed: timber, ( ,l.V,2i: : Ii!) cubic feet ; I lumber, $3: per thousand. It costs from twelve to fifteen go, by. It exploded witlja| terrific5 crash, that bo was ready to die, and that Russia!
under the of the the
right body carriage,
our sister city at the rate of a mile a t M.V:>3 tooO, feet. Over ,100.000 superficial dollars per acre to clear pine !allll. As splinters llyiilg across the street, but doing would 1 ficed for never forget that ho had been sacri
upholding her III her institutions'
tx day Everything looks like business: am feet of )lumber' per dray worth $:S'1 per legards the cheapest means for l procuring I ; an no injury beyond tearing away t the back und maintaining\ law und order within!\ hrr'

t ;, the most doubtful arc becoming enthusiastic thousand, $IOOcO, ) per day Ships, brigs" orange grove, I would say for the laboring part of the carriage. The driver who (Inn borders. TowurdKp.in.it: i \\'II'hh'lIt hew
drawn descended from the box and tin
K2 ; over the prospect. The surveyors:: commenced brigantines, barksloupsnndschooners: come man, his cheapest plan is to come here, select Cossack up escort, which was but a few, paces in Hearing! death, 'I'heemperor'sstrcngtii

I so as to enable the new contractor to com and many from Scotland, Franco, Germany, lint for those who are in good paying positions there were! not more than twenty persons! When the doctors spoke in whispers of tryIng -
work and will it to Pa- Ireland Holland. it is have friend present The czar on hearing tho crash! at nmpututlon tho
mence run through Italy, Spain, PortugalBelgium cheaper to some residing dying man opened' his
once raised!' the w lIIIII\VOPIIl'.1 the door
i, latka General Varnum has completed a Norway<< Mexico' Cuba, Central in the State start grove :anti take care 1\I\ll.ll1mp ,1 out, and while drawing his fur- eyes breathed und motioned his last 1 them A council nwuv. of At :'l.TO I: he

temporary wharf at Palatka, upon wll chiron America, South America, etc Indeed, from of it a few years for them. Many[ prefer this cloak about him second bomb was thrown forthwith convened, and the ezuiewitch state Ions

has been landed ere this, as we have Arcndul in the Polar hills\ to the torrid plan, inasmuch as experience(' the placeof from time knot of lookers-on, exploding right who, contrary to his! W\1alclIstolll\ was surrounded -,

learned that three vessels had crossed the plains of Montevideo, over (000 vessels. per ignorance, and the troubles and vexations at his: feet.TIIKSKOOXl. by nn escort, drove out of the palace ;,

bar for that point with iron for the road Mr.Kstis year, besides the regular pwkl'li-Tho incident to pioneer life arc entirely avoided. : ) ATTEMPT StVCKSSFUI.. yard. The! people hailed him as cir.pcror. -
Tie smoke of the first still
; who has contracted to grade from this Pensacola Ice and Fish Company is an extensive But I will give some of the details. '1'woor explosion! was! Till -
hanging about, when the serondbumbstrucklie IXI'I.KMKNTH: OF DKATII.
end of the line, has had considerable experience establishment here, doing a businessin three-year-old budded orange and lemon t I pavement, and a dense cloud enveloped Time bombs were made of thick glass filled

il. in railroad grading, and, being an active fish alone of 200,000( pounds per month, tree, suitable to start a grove with, arc the carriage. There was a howl of pl\illlllllil with nitro-glycerlno. and the assassins stood

energetic and pushing man, will rush while two other eoncernscqual together this worth about $2. per hundred. We put 100 i anguish from the Cossacks' some of whom '' on opposite sides of the road. Time carriagewas
were killed and wounded by the llyingsplintors moving fast and the
m ,.; y on to meet General Varnum. lie will have enormous amount, making dl>tIANI! pounds trees om an acre. Trees' of this kind that and three or four lookers-on fell also. the ground behind, it, und first the back shell of struck the

y. a force of about one hundred and fifty men i per month. They are packed buckets and have received good care are expected\ to coin- This crash brought a squad of police' who carriage} wu.s blown out. The coachman implored

t ,. at work under him.-Frank Stewart, a barrels with ice, and shipped to all points Immense bearing in three years: and to bringin were just going on dot y. The CZllr'II :seen \ tho czar: tn outer tho carriage again,

I tea., colored man, living in town, and an ardent North and West as: far as: Chicago. .\ full at least :$;;lOO \per acre the filth year. A live- lying on his: back: beside the wreck ofthtl'l1r- but, he moved a few paces! from I the carriageto
nage, his legs 1 torn and shattered, and blood see to the wounded! of his escort. Thl'l\lI-
q r.f Democrat, who has long ago realized the account how fish. is caught will\ be given ina acre grove at the end of five years, including pouring from ghastly wounds in his thighs.t sassin! who throw the first bomb tiled to

;: duties he owes to himself, is one of our most subsequent letter. The business at Pcn.su- all expenses\ to that time, will cost from $t00! \His:! cloak and wearing apparel) was literallytorn point revolver at tho czar, but the pistol

u i : r successful vegetable planters. Last Tuesday cola is, as shown, an extensive: one.-Fertilizers to $1,800:( as per treatment, location and from his back, and he was deathly pale, : was struck from his bund.
and his! cries in tic officers of his! h0l1i'1l'holl1for
lie made the first shipment of peas made from :: arc landed hero in bulk, where they quality of soil, and as per kind of trees used. Ill'lpn'I'I'll'rl'l'ly: audible. Colonel l Djorjebsky ANXOUNf-hl: ;) TO Tilt r-Ror-LK.

} this place, shipping three crates to Boston are sacked and shipped by the Louisville! A: A grove of this age and si/A'' is worth from I of his suite who was badly injured Tho first. announcement St. Petersburg

l' and three to New York.-Gaiiicsrillc Sun and Nashville l Itailroad to points in the Southern $5,000 to $s,0(>0.- M'ltumktt (.111,,) CorrcfjionlcMC by time second explosion: which had shattered hud I that the work I of tho assassins was (com
: his raised the fJ'llIltill' tilde'yas: the firing; of tilt minute gun, the
lice. : sleigh, emperor
states.-Hut little in cotton business! has Oozy simmer
4 tolling of church bells and time
ground, and, with t the aid of I the Cossack: : hoisting of
r11 yy Columbia. yet been done, on account of lack of room. 1'u tn am. olllecrs, lifted him into a sleigh, and conveyed the national (flags! : at half-must upon) time
4 t A From inquiries which we receive continually Colonel ,,'. 1). Chi ploy, manager of the rail Over 420 bales: vanilla were llil'l'ellpc'r him to the Winter Palace. dome of the Winter Palace, und the turrets
of the prllll' buildings. A minute1 litter t
the information in regard to Florida road and !steamship: company here, thinks steamer 't. Johns last s-oasfm: mad a considerable AT TIIK WINTEIl: : PA LACK. (lags ut half-mast. und Inveited (lags (old RUN-!

i which has heretofore been published and disseminated I the road will be compelled to buy a !large amount by other boats. (On) a moderate Colonel Djorjcbsky, in sleigh h hcarimugtime shin! custom) wero drooping) from lagstufls( i

has not reached many outside tract of )land on the Itay below, the city" a estimate, 150 tons wero shipped' from tll :iIolt wounded emperor and two or three attendants on till! houses' of the nobility and gentry ; B
drove rapidly through i the trl'l'tl4tlltlle und tho
the State. It certainly oppcaJ'l'trango:: to us small way, au ultllt'rccrcctlyuarlts, etc. Evidently ; alone. And say at! four1'' four and u court, government und municipal
Winter! Palace whence
a mounted messenger officials, mind a long roll of kettle drums
l'R that by this time it is not known that there something will have to bo dune in half cents per pound, ((the price \paid at the had previously arrived with limo news: muttered I I lit tale in every street. The wildest

k is plenty of good f.lI'11lalltl in Florida order to transact the bn..iness. Freights for wharf here) would show quite well for this fly this time the story was known through* excitement prevailed' In the neighborhood {

which can ho bought at $1 peycre, titles points in Cuba are as! yet light, but the branch of trade. It grows: wild but can be out the nciihl h"l'hoollof (he \palace, and us but the \people\ on the streets, as a
the sleigh drove through tint main vate0 rule received tho In .
; \ sullen silence.
perfect' 11mI'much which can be had at a freights to Cedar Key, by the conlpany'ssteamship ; easily: cultivated and nuMo to produce more ple' stood! I by uncovered, while! hundreds and Thl'fO'JI!'! no wceptmr news, or lamenting, except

much lower price ; that the best bargains fur lines, amount to twenty or thirty largely. It i is rued> largely; in adulterating thousands (locked to the scene of tho! tragedy ;- \ Iilu.tigthin, soldiers, by whom ho was

'Z ;," strangers are places already partly improved, car 1011"l'r\ wl'ek'ferdwllli,,(' i is pros tobacco, and we understand that druggistsuse ; An alarm had been sounded in (he much beloved. III tho lower quarter, where

:1k': and that any man who is practical farmer perous. What is needed is manufacturers, it for making so-called: extract of vanilla. 'military and police barracks: : and In a thrice Nihilists: are supposed to bo numerous,
the guards on duty at the! Winter Palace crowds gathered I ut tho corners, remarking
\;} ':; and industrious: can make a living in this cotton, furniture houses ; wool and iron .-Mr. Carle, 11 wealthy ship-builder\ were d'lllhll'IIIIIHI the streets lined with sol'diery. us tile police and military dispersed them,

':., t. part of the State if he can anywhere. "'e could be manufactured hero at great profit. from New York city, has just purchased the The news soon reached! time churches! "They have done for him at last." All (tplaces I

;:' ,(.'i do not feel like calling this Paradise nor The rail and water facilities arc good. Altogether Shellleld grove, close by Crescent City, for and the congregations 1'1Ii'l11I'lllntotllesln'\s\ \ of )public! resort were closed and will > |
and made for tho palace' where u squadron' remain 'for Tho
so some days I
.:'" wish to misrepresent in any particular the it is worth the while of capitaliststo :$20,000.;: This is one of the most valuable of Cossacks and them police agents:
regular! ; cavalry kept to-night; arrested, several! persons who were t
;:, advantages of soil and climate, but we state \! this lIe'I' and nourishing aid Na : groves in this locality, having. IIJVlltoilM/ ( ) at bay. General MclikolV; military governor, overheard denouncing the dead: crupcrortumd !

: ', emphatically that all who work and 1 economize pars Population about 7,000 ; water free trees l.carlllg-I'lJl'lfk Herald. was: min tho spot In ten minutes after! theczar's applauding (tho\ nuirdl rcr. ;
arrival and at culled
do well here cultivating the soil We and limestone: ; within 100 miles of Montgomery The contract for \building the new wharf once out largo 'rill I':: OYFIt'IAI. ANXOIINCKMKNT.: \
detachments of cavalry and aitillerv und
;. 't believe there is as good a chance for immigrants or :\Mobile.,1'cnficoln .Itlcanec, at Palatka, for the (Gainesville; and Pa telegraphed I till limo commanders in tile city Tho Official; Mtmiruyrr makes (tho following

': '. to prosper in the interior as upon timecuU..t Leon. latka Railroad, has been awarded to Captain and outlying posts to hold themselves iii announcement : (uol'tt; will has been done.At .
", :'li':: ) cluck t this Sunday( ) afternoon limo
,', and rivers of the State, and that there O. W. Hawkins, of this city. Captain readiness! to move their troops anumu'nt'swaiting.
It seems to us that farmers should, I by this There I is no doubt tho authorities! Almmlghtycallealthe emperor' himself.. A
;>::. are few localities in the State possessing time, know what it means to make their\ Hawkins leaves here next week with half feared a general rising of the Hihilists, few minutes before his death he received the

9 i better advantages for transportation. The corn and meat, and when they do this theycan his pile driver to commence work. The new but if such a thing had been contemplated, sucrauu'uL"S.t SLA

: people are healthy, the day for stock-raising snap' their fingers!: at 1lI01I<,y-le1ll1'rs and wharf is to l>e two hundred I and fifty feet long It was quite out of limo question, the whole iIOH'ill 1'LIl1Id
armed before the
a clocks
i is past, fruit raising is in its infancy, market JH rdlul1ts It is the only safety for the by seventy feet wide, and will contain three struck city being twelve.an The Iin'IIwlluJIII camp the lire police Wltllu'ry feasible effort i.s being! made

gardening pays about as well as any business Southern planter ; any other course will railroad tracks. It is to be built b.)' the city kept a thllrplollklJllt for fires' and theprincipal to Induce immigration, to Florida, u great necessity

if well attended to, but, like other enter- make him a slave. This truth has been demonstrated Palatka and presented: to the rail road I cojp iiany. ) government and municipal buildings is overlooked the clamor for capital. -

f'; piiscs!, has its drawbacks.-The gardens, so often that we need not enlarge [ Captain Hawkins says that the wharf were kept under close guard. felt. but Five now years the ago moneyed the wont men was wlJUllu\'ellt'a.-not much,

notwithstanding the cool wave, look well.Already on it here. The farmers: have the game in will be one of the largest and most substantial 4KKKST OF TIIK ASSVSSINS, lied, In till! Hluto taunt their lands cleared und

j I peas arc being shipped. This is their own hands they will play it right ; on the St. Johns river, und in its: constructiou Mranvvliilo( tho Cossacks und \police had lied, and it cannot bo dune without labor.
(the knot
charged which
: ufpeuplcfrunm! '
t. the the lines of but the best material ojun I In t thefaruligditriets farmers cannot secure -
only point-on railway having and there is nothing detrimental to the merchant nothing very ivvo were (lung. Several persons
t. : -I.; decent average English: peas. Beans in this. Instead of buying bacon,corn, Is to be used.-Jacksonville Ulu?m. )pointed< I to a man in the rough sheepskin many labor instances.Hulllcient In to the plant fruit-growing their crops' sec-, in

are growing off rapidly, and are hurrying to and such products, paying a small advance Sumtcr.Ileluriiingcitieiiafriim garb of a I1eusmntanthleclurtlhcuadlhrown\ ions: bunds: for. cleurlng; lands und 'planting
the fiat
shell. This confirmed' tho
: the bloom. The acreage of cukes is probably on original cost: they will buy a 'finer class the Orange county Cossack who saw him was hurling it. The by colonel trees und attending gardens are bunt to limits,
not so large us last The gardens fair urea unit in praising: the excellent exhibits und in many Instances cannot bo found ut
4 season. of goods, paying a better profit. This has of the )police, Archemod'; seized him ; all Not only men but women are much
t this season are larger than List and more of been demonstrated! wherever the! plan has of fruits und I vegetables: \ which far stir-!\ the man struggled desperately, and us the icedod 1 for cooking, washing und house

i t, them.-lAikc City Jlejiortcr, been tried. We say, then, to the farmers, [iusscd the State fair in every particular. Mr. lie low drew dismounted. revolver escort though closed in njxm him, keeping.) It is worse/ than useless! to look to
u us intending to
, Zj ff; Ducat do not depend on your merchant or banker O. 1' Uooks brought with him specimens of shoot Grand; hike Michael I but; his hand was our colored population to supply this growing -
There U
wallt. to and cloak
I : no use / try
That Jacksonville) is one of the healthiest for the entntMs; make them, and you will the lemon which took the premium.' They struck' 411)\VU.III1'IIIII Instant"' was thrown, tohe the mutter in nice, easy, ohly-totguu Iancuapc -

cities in this broad land, no one should jo all right. It is high time that the agricultural were raised in this county on Mr. A. I.. Eich-: earth und seciircrv film pinioned, the |polite ; the plain truth may us V/<'ll be told.
irons und
) the Cossacks
, doubt, after we tell them that from Saturday clashes were asserting their superiority \ elberger's Withlucoochcc grove, and are us 'finding. him with upon ropes., A large body of fur it Is u lumentuble fact (but our colored

5th inst., 12 m., to Saturday, 12th inst., and independence ; let them do it in fine lemons us we evcrsaw. They are known Military and )police hud: gathered by this day population) There is are growing, of course more, exceptions trilling every, but

, 12 m., there did not occur within its bounds the year 1881.-Tallahassee has, what, we In this county as the Eichclbergor: lemon.We ,, (lone, and: active search was made for the ho muss of the rising generation, instead of
obtained boast saw, also, samples the lemons: Imported other ussussin.! There was f a cry that ho hud, mprovintr, are retrograding, and several
f a single death. This information is believe no other part of the State can I into the stable door are
run imperial' of
from our efficient and ever-watchful city of, a colored medical student His name is by General Stanford, which were selected! which was at once guarded, while every time police degrees behind the old slave negroes. We
(now have degraded labor und the
physician, Ir.t.11'. Knight. This is a most Win. Guru, and he has been for years in the Yom those! on exhibition. They were of scoured the yards of the building, but no whites III'rVN do not wish to be brought in,

' excellent showing for u city containing upwards employ of Dr. U. W. Bctton, during which good size, thin rind, firm und juicy, and in truce of him could be found.ANOTHEK with hem, but let white labr OI'contac(

of 15,000souls. It should be borne in ime he has been a diligent and earnest tu- our opinion cannot be improved upon. Sarn- OK THE! CO.MtFIIUTOlM BEITUEO. f'ootholdin Florida and it be elevated,

mind that many of those sojourning here are dent. He has studied the Latin language, pies of the imported orange from Mrs. C. 11. Ten minutes after the first assassin was! und this worthless (pllUlatl1 the South 1'11
arrested, his fellow-conspirator 'fell into limo I tu support wil bo the rcur. The
in feeble health and would have and is well versed in medical terms and Drake's grove were sent to compete for the
probably pre hands of the police. lie had run from tho icgroes 1 great power over each other,
$. been dead had they remained at their North scriptions. For the past six months ho has prize, but arrived too late for exhibiton. scene in the confusion that followed the and it Is obtained through superstition. For

ern homes this winter ; but by coming to been in Tennessee attending medical Lectures la.l they been they would have taken the second explosion and concealed 1 himself in example, we know of a lady in this town
an old building standing In lane the who hire a cook and to
the stated afterwards. Sum- t wlht.'lhe
healthful and has returned and will prize, so judges
> Florida they have doubtless prolonged now soon western wing of the stables. A sleep in a building on Ihe
.": their lives several years. We have begin to practice We have no doubt but ter county could) hold a fair that would) be cordon of |police and Imperial Ctxwmcks} had been would not 'hire, for she salt the woman who

had no sickness here of any consequence for what he will make a successful doctor, u.s ho rivaled by no other in the State. This drawn around the stables so that escape tad been living in tha houre would conjure
: is adding strength to other fairs was itlllll'JKljilJle.| The |>olice routed him out her, that she would a snake in her andit
; .a number of years, and every year there is I gives nearly all of his time to study, and is county now
of his hiding place, und 'he was 'bound and would kllur. She vowed that she would
; less than the previous. A month or soI naturally an intelligent and thinking In the State with her products ami doing
year ; young sent LIT "to u dungeon in time )palace under lot live hOUe i the wouian was athuusuind
I since there was some little scare about a few man.-Economist. nothing for lIer.c1f.t the State fair she Hcort of (Ida' C.in<"Ul'kit, He admitted his miles away.

fc'*S cases of scarlet fever, but that is all gonenow JIa rto" took every premium in oranges! but one, and guilt, und being told that his accomplice Something must be done to secure white
(mel I been arrested sold I Tabor to do farm and housework the mat-
t would have received that but the tlll'Yu'rc reudy ;
and we believe there but two in this regards the amount
were or Although as
die'ut uny moment, llv inquired I if the czar tc'r J is Kr1lwllj dMrexsingly Iy' urgent, and we
> three deaths resulting therefrom, and all the capital one must have to make a successfulstart were not exhibited in large enough orallgl..1 was dead, und min the |",liee refusing to mar hope will take

.I victims, except one. were infants. This disease in Florida, it dti>ends entirely Uouhe She took the premium on lemon wcr the question, he gleefully exclaimed : steps) to induce the Immigration of white laborer
fair und would. have received "Ah 1 know by that we have IUIdt-c1. to / .' .
j ielded readily; to treatment, and could person ; some require' a great deal, while I Orange county 1l/rlll-"IUtfr 11IJlle,
I/ong live the people The police refuse to
t not have been a severe tYl..... This fever was others can succeed with but little. I know the premium on orange but they did not give the name or any particulars| relating 7'11 VXITUU STATES .st.vI2'L.

brought here from a di tanc('. We notice of a man who came to this State with $150 I arrive in time to be exhibited for the coneat. ; to the prisoner, and the rumors current In M r. Mahone, the IkmdlutlomSermatortrout,

t some children with a towel about their cash, and a fair supply of energy as his stock There 1 U nothing that develops, luI'U-j' the streets are mere uwork, That they Virginia has followed hU natural lutiw&
lateen awl advances the wealth of a (' are Nihilists: there U! no doubt. Both and IM
are hence forward classed
heads, and I they say they have the mumps ; in trade. He invested: mo.-t of his cash in 1
rapidly as annual (fair It brings Jeopleto- young men, and, apparently of good birth publican. lay the aid of his vote and tl'4
but surely it docs not trouble them very and, and the energy in work. The very natural gether from every section of the State, and, and 1 education, When Colonel 1 Dorgibky ( vote of Vice-President Arthur

much, as they keep riding their velocipedes, result u, a forty acre orange grove anda ve might;! say L'nion.! It become an event asked: the first assassin his name, he answered &'tlul.will be reorganized) by the Itepubri-
playinsj: marbles, dolls and laugh as readily large income, and he I is but one instance 1.o which the |eople look forward to with ""I"IUIIUtl' A report U current who have already arrange!I''' ho chair-
growing: interest after u stimulant that one of the prisoners handled .
year year was so the committee/ TbpwlurseofMr.3lafmime
as if there was no mumps in the land- among the many Owing to the acidity of tu a.rieulturt', horticulture, and fruit-grow- roughly by the Cossack. that he hut since / will consign I Mil to, the merited

.UWH, our soil, new lands will not produce very IIJ-'umftr; .f deau e. contempt of the country "'i.


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THE NEW:; and bottom the No I paid "there is in the cola talked to the Nile catrract.
IIIRiii.Y hesitating, "only something to ask A very I unfastened upper one. i; no one
great favor I should esteendt, sir." Then the lower. Then, standing well)) back lege but myself" "Agnes, Agnes 1" he again, in
Well)), what i is it?" in the corner, and with a sense of my own "That must be my father, then" she atone of agony; ; I mr child, my infatuated "
j IIY IIRRMAN MERIV AJ.It. find him now." She lost child 1 She is all I have left, sir,
"Only, sir, would you very much folly, which was half anger and half amusement said ; I shall easily
being left alone hereto-night? My sister is to I grasped the iron ring of the wicket, sprang forward, and, before 1 was aware of he added, turning to t the vice-chancellor;
Ood slake In a Voice of thunder, be married in the country to-morrow, too and threw it wide open As I did so to my her purpose, reached the door, which I had I the only prop of my old age ; her mother
Of old from Sinni'hill! ; for there train I infinite tall gentlemanl.lookingstrangcr closed, is dead;; her two hroth1 dead; and now,
early me to get by so promised surprise, a : on entering.
And the of heartless
i mystic words of wonder her I would come over this evening." entered and, passing me rapidly "Stop} stop} !I" 1 cried; "take (care; the through the machinations a vil
r Thrill the believer still ; "Oh I very well)) Crupples., I suppose the without notice, disappeared round the corner handle is loose:, on the other side ; it is goingto \ 1ln "- He stopped in uncontrolable cmo-
He in the vault
l sees above him, comes otf" .
If it -
undcr-porter will sleep in the lodge instead by the lod e. be mended\ to-morrow.
i With the of Faith alone had been in the best
eye The enamelled knob Thc mob hitherto of
of I late.
you'I"Vhy For one-halt minute I was too much astonished But was too
L 1 I Gemmed round by the souls that love Him, \ no, sir," said Crupplcs, that is to do anything; the next, I started in came off with the hasty wrench she had given tempers, exhilarated, ns well they might be,
The great Creator's throne. just the difficulty. I had arranged for immediate pursuit The intruder was outof it, nearly throwing her backwardwhilcthe with the liveliness of the whole proceedings ;

He in the of Gregory to come in for the night and he sight before\ I had passed the lodge ; but he spindle or pin of the latch, which was but on hearing the captain's speech their
sees- day danger- Taken
I The column of cloud that led would have been just the same as myself; could hardly have crossed to the middle attached to the other handle, fell! with it on mood changed entirely. individuallythe
From the land of the alien but only five minutes o I had a messageto court without my seeing him ; at any rate, the flour outsideS'e:' were fast prisoners. constituents of a llrtlsh mob may' be
stranger, that he has bad accident I would her trouble, questionable characters ; but coll'ctii''I)', .
His Israel whom lie fed say met with a ; try the staircases in this court first. Notwithstanding 1IIy'ollll'al1. virtue and '.
And knows-tho' his ; wander sprained his ankle, !sir, and the doctor says lie There were three of them, Icadlng'to the fel ion burst into an irrepressible fit of laughter their enthusiasm for
footsteps it would
J in land- must not be moved for someday I thought lows' rooms, and the building was three in which I joined with c( heartiness. of any departure from content a
1 Astray a twilight \Sell execrations
; t That his home is building yonder, perhaps, sir-that is, if you thought stories high. It took me five minutes and But it was: short-lived ; the continued lladamanthus. A volley broke
"I In can''- upward to ascertain that there was nobody tolling, and reminded that somethingmust forth."ScoundrelI",
By the one unerring hand. "miscreantI" 'i
"Yes, I understand what you mean, Crup there As I ascended the last flight I distinctly be done. I had no doubt that her surmise : I('u) self a
but it is rather serious Will aid to her father was correct; the bell! passion indeed !I" (which, by way, ididn't
lie sees-in! the night of pIes, a matter. saw, by the of the moonlight, a as '
I The pillar of fire that shone\ the college be safe?" figuro pass: across one of the middle. court was rung, not from the chapel itself, but ;) I (':ne!nmmat winder'ard at'' tin, Jim ;;
As safe the sir. The train I windows knew- from of the staircases which adjoinedit. pitch un out yon ; "leave un
From the halls of pearl and beryl, as county jail -a landing window, as I one
To light God's children on ; doesn't leave for half an hour, and I willput I which looked out this way ; and I resumed and the unhappy man, in his excess of to we, and see if"us'n don't make a hole in
and fasten the the chase delirium must have amused himsl'lfb'l'ull. the river for un, were among the mildest of
And feels that straight from Heaven, everything right, large gates forthwith. But unsuccessfully addressed to
When the eye of sense grows dim, before I "start' ; and then it will only be the Long( before I rcached'thc landing the person ing it the remonstrances mo4 Agnes
the window ,
4f trouble if it was not too liberty I in Do not be alarmed I said ns you say had withdrawn terrified
Shall)t a grander sight be givenTo taking great a was quest of had disappeared again ; ; but I remained there
all who trust in Him. sir, of your seeing that the wicket was I must try the other staircases. And in this we know now where your father is, and we with the uproar, gesticulating -
double-bolted on the inside before you go court there were eight of them ; while I wasoccupied can easily ('alll111111 down and persuade him and endeavoring to make tcl
J : On the page of the mighty Ocean to bed. You see it's my only I sister, and she with one he might be mounting to come \with us." heard: although quite fruitlessly ; every
I I He reads the Mightier still, would break her heartif I were not to come." one of those which I had explored; and so But how are we to get at him?" said my movement was the !signal for a new outbreak -

I I I Who curbs its restless motion There was no parrying' this last: argument, on ml infinitum visitor, who had been makingstrenuous but .
By the law of His royal will ; and I gave my consent accordingly.] A few However, it was clearly my duty to perse- ineffectual attempts meanwhile to force the At length a lull came in the storm, and

And while in its course diurnal minutes later, I heard ponderous ;gates vere. First t, I took the remaining seven staircases latch the vice-chancellor called to"use
It murmurs, or sings; or raves, revolve on their hinges; ail, descending) to in numerical order Then I tried the And the question was more easily asked Come down at once, sir he exclaimed ;
He lists to the voice Eternal, the wicket, which opened, in the usual way, alternate numbers Then I started with the than answered. I cIPpliedever 'contrivancethat I are you lost to all sense of shame? Comedown

I In the language of the waves. from the gate nearest to the lodge, fastened corners opposite' to each other, and worked ingenuity could suggest-knife handle, immediately, and bring" the unfortunate

it as Crupplcs directed, and returned to my out a g'ollletricalliguro of some intricacy.But scissors, tooth-brush, f'cIUarecll'icceM of stick, young lady I 1 with" I you.
He marks in the plants around him own room all with the same' results ; make what nothing would do ; the latch refused to accommodate "I can't come, I replied ; .the" lock is

The throbs of n life their own, speed I would, up-stairs or down-stairs, cutting itself to allmechanism: but hamtcn'd-llcan the handle has ,J"Ugh t
While the worldlcss worlds that bound him off corners and availing myself' of byways one, and this! lay hopelessly)' on the floor out Ugh !I" burst forth again from '
Whisper their undertone. ti. and short cuts, the mysterious visitor side. The only"remedy was to force the!door the mob ; one or two of the morea'lveer.
From the hawk and the hound. yet clearer For sometime nothing occured. I worked still eluded! me. Often I caught sight of hint itself. But how ? ploved themselves in digging

He hears the secret fall, steadily, and was absorbed in the accounts or fancied I I did so, but long before I could[ I was pondering the means, when a startling with which the court was pitched, but the
Which nearer to him and nearer before me. But then I came to a standstill. ascertain the fact he had again; vanished. change took place in the character of police stopped this, and also cleared the

' Brings tho great Ood of ull. One column had been overlooked in timecook's Baffled and breathless at last, I sat down on the bell interlude. Tired, apparently, of the staircase, tor which a general[ rush had been
entries, and it was impassible for me one of the bottom stairs in sheer exhaustion. measured sounds he had been producing, the made. Silence was again restored for a mo-
t In the leaves that blow and perishIn to go on until I had seen him I locked up I had hardly done so before I recollectedthat captain suddenly quickened his pace, with ment, and the vice-chancellor turneeto Cap-
t the space of a single hour. the books and made tea. As I did so the' all this time the college gate was standing the result technical!ly known in college as: tain I'akenham, who still him,
As the loves that most cherish college clock struck-a whvezy asthmatic *i'- begun the image and despair
we wide I returned and closed it, "swearing; "he. i. c. the hellI looking ofgriet
Die like the frailest flower clock delivering itselfof its utterances as if both traditional Have to sir,"
drawing bolts as before, and then, as I to swear yet, was the replyof you any 1elSol suppose
I In the living things whose living. it had a mortal disease, and anticipated that could think of nothing better to do, decided\ a bedmuker to drowsy undergraduates. asked the vice-chancellor"thatyourdangii-
Withers or ere they bloom, each stroke might be its! last. I counted on returning to my own room. As I passed 1'cal after peal now rang out like a fire- ter came here of her own accord( ? I mean,
He reads of the great thanksgiving, one, two, three -until at last nine came through the centre court again I fancied that alarm, reverberating through the whole college had there been any previous acquaintance
Which breathes from the open tomb. two hours at the very ]least bedtime. What I heard low chuckle from an window amid doubtless for miles round it. Nor between her and this-person ?

I was I to do with myself? I am a man of above me. Nothing was visible open, however, was this all. Stimulated by his success,and "Alas !I" said the captain, "I know not ;
The bright' Spring leaves returning cheerful temperament, gregariously disposed, and as I was too fatigued for any more hide- probably finding the performance still too we are almost strangers in the place. We
To the stem whence Autumn's fell- and little inclined for own society into it walking in the street together, when
very my: and-seek work I left the enemy in posses monotonous, the ringer imparted were
t And the heart of summer burning, when I can supplement it with that of anyone sionandslowly remounted my own!ltaircu e. some elements of tune. The note could not she suddenly disappeared, and it was only i
To change at the Winter's spell- else. Usually some one would drop in As I reached the landing below.my room be varied, but the time and movement could, after numerous inquiries that I traced her

The year that again repl\. ses- at this hour; if not, thero was the common- I was: surprised by seeing a broad stream of and the national anthem, with fragments of here, and then the college seemed deserted."
The grain that again revives room or, if that were empty cigars: and soda- light issuing from the latter. On quitting it other melodies, became clearly distinguishable. :: It was you who rang the bell?"
Are signs on the darkened glasses! water would bo in consumption elsewhere. I had closed the inner door, leaving the .Yes," answered the captain, unblushingly -

I That bar and bound our,lives. Tho cigars were not in line but the companionship "oak," or outer door open} ; now, the inner Meanwhile I was laboring at time door with ; it seemed the only means of obtain-

I know how the glass! must darken was. How horribly\ lonely my door was openalso.'n; the nocturnal intruder much energy, although wholly misdirected. ing assistance. "My poor child''- V
To vision and one teacup looked this evening'I! there alter all? and, if so, what was My rooms were on the upper floor, so that Excuse me," said the mayor, who here
my more more, However, I must not ; I was life chance) but it of interposed, "butwhat is your daughter's
r When the weak strains to hearken give away his motive? He looked respectable! in the door was! our only ; was ,
When the faint glazes o'er alone, but thinking about it would not mend momentary ;glance I had obtained ; something tough wood and opened inward, oppossingto age?" she :seems, very 'outhful.
eye ; matters better read, or employ myself in of inactivity. Not quite sixteen,'' was the answer
t But the glass shall melt and shiver. ; of a military air about him, I noticed; all aggression! policy masterly -
some I took down Tennyson, and the and neither kicks 1 that will enable us to deal with the
Once kissed tho breath way. but he might be a burglar for all that-probably I had no tool, '111
I' by lighting volume opened of itself at "St. Simeon Styl- the smallest, case. Even if the young lady came with
And the light beyond the Hn'erShine was, and, us likely as not, with a brace nor blows made : impression uponit.
full in the face of Death. Hes;" the soliloquies made me shudder to of revolvers in his possession 1 lI I paused for a couple of minutes, IIntlth,11 her own will, her abduction under sixteen i is
the backbone! Next I tried writing; and got collected myself for a final effort ; one now by statute criminal offence. SergeantPilchard
Strong-set in affection through one note successfully ; hut In the am not especially wanting in courage face the, of the panels might be Mnashcd in, and this you h:11lJettl'r make the arrest at
a strong and all determined to
at events
I became conscious ofa of the constables with
the second take two
middle of The once vou,
would allow of our egress.' poker was ;
We look to the
When a mightier golden resurrection prime, desire to look over my left shoulder the aggressor: I had, but a sensation, as 1 climbed the much remainingstairs like an a heavy one ; I caught. it up. and, swingingit and you can force 'the door if necessary:.' '
Shall burst on the doubts of Time; thing was absurd of course, but I could notdivest ice-cataract down my buck.very I do not know rO\U111my head, dealt half a dozen strokes No force was needed, however, the de

And the thoughts of all the sages, myself of the idea that them was that it abated, at I least not in the immediate with the best! of wills. faulting handle and spindle lay on the floor
r'P t R Like tho waves of the fretful main, somebody breathing hard immediately be- moment, when, in lieu of the marauder I i Still, however, no result as regarded the outside my room, the latch responded to
f t1 At the base" of the Hock of Ages hind me. Really I mutt be growing nervous expected to encounter, I !sawstanding! by my door But one effect followed ; my last blow them, and in less than two minutes I was
t' t $ I Shall foam and fume in vain. I Better get out somewhere, amid shake fireplace an exquisitely fairgirl, very young, was distinctly echoed, rather to my surprise! in the hands of the police It was: in vain
this ofF not out of college, of course, but I distance outside. Il struck again and
; but with features which although now Hushed at some that Agnes protested ; guileless us she was,
might stroll up and down the courts. I and I agitated, embodied, to my conception, again; heard the echo. Hold, though ; was it her quick wit comprehended l somethingof
ALONE IN COLLEGE, took my hat, and didso. all that wus: most lovely und pure in? nature; an echo'by, there it i is still, going on the position, and she attempted, again
At first the change; proved beneficial ; it the most absolute innocence' ; the most delicately more than a minute afterward ; much heavier and again, to explain what had really
ANn WIIAT CAME OF IT. was a tine night and warm for the time of sound too than hall
moulded lines of [beauty,grace, refinement my implement happened. But the men's orders were peremptory -
year, with a bright); moon, and I enjoyed the tenderness and underlying all, and produced; a combination of sounds, rather and, in any case the prejudice
I exercise. My own court, the innermost of even through their present trouble with a heavy thud, thud among them, likea against me would have been !strong;
tim I was formerly the fellow of a college which tho three, had u row of trees on one side of perceptible an irrepressibly: mirthful playofeyeund battering-ram. As I listened the truth whatever she said was attributed to the

4 Il shall not name-in an English university it, which were objectionable ; their shadow!:, lip., I 1)\11110) idea that there were such creatures suddenly Hashed upon the-they were forcing influence I had acquired over her, and
1 which I shall not particularize further than and the shimmering light between the in the world! ; the college\ gates! I any further remonstrance was cut short by /

by saying that it is neither London nor Dur branches, were the embodiment of melancholy :Still more to my surprise, if possible, the Well, it was the best: thing that could happen her father's: appearance in the room.J n'nt-
ham. At the time of which I write I was a ; but court No. 2 was more cheerful, lady, on seeing me enter, ran hurriedly perhaps ; an additional item in the bur- ually they walked away together, the terrified -
iiewly-electcd fellow-extremely young,and, and I paced it for some time, speculating on young forward ; almost threw herself into far's books, but we should be liberated, and girl clinging to Captain rukenham's

t ( t I believo, passably good-looking. the quantity 1 of Scotch marmalade I which my arms "Oh !" she exclaimed, "I am so : the (poor dclivcrcdintopropcrcharge arm, and endeavoring to screen her features
It was in the heart of the long vacation, at must consumed: in college. It had never glad are come !'* also ; I awaited the result contentedly from the scores of curious eyes that were
4 least its heart, one sense; unsay being equidistant I struck mo before, but being vacation time you enough But I little knew W.'tat fortune had strained upon them. My own removal was
from its two extremities, for it was now, and the empty, puts being among the Now I am not a ('Onl'l.itl'llman, and never : still in store for me! delayed for a much longer time, the mob
6 now September: and "the long" would end hcdniakcrs perquisites, thhall, accumulated was ; least of all should have sU1'pO-OCIIIIlY-: were evidently to take u the law
in three weeks, but a.s being the point of in hundreds, pyramids on pyramids, self to have any special attractiveness forthe i into their own hands.preparing Gradually however
I ir ,
4( time at which tho vacation dullness culminated. blocking the staircases, and piled tier above fair sex ; still to be thus accosted: by a visible
the college was cleared a Jlacklle '-coach
all and all and tangible :angel tI rather startle me. For some time the college gate !seemed to ;
Nobody was: "up; in our college tier behind the windows\ !: ; shape:
I drew close to the and in this I
kindred not wholly out of lilY propriety, lilrt otter as obstinate resistance: as 111" own door, up gate, was
ra' + literally no one. A score of studious: undergraduates size The marmalade, too, suggested a ullatd'i "
it been who but at I could hear that it placed, and, under a strong escort:'! of constables -
had been allowed to their topic-that of kidneys. How could the yad, Hopkinson was was carried -
occupy ) reached the police !station in i'
other human out to u neighboring market town,and stood ; there was the cra-hing: timber t a loud ,
i. rooms during July and August, but they lion W. Pendergust! ; or any being
Here 1 locked for the it :
was night t
there tho for three hours in shout followed and then hundred up ,
all the have consumed, as the showing by pump udreuchmg upon
were gone ; master was shooting being, upon that examination
should be
partridges,the two tutors somewhere between of the cook's book he certainly must have rain, on the allegation of the rec- hundreds as it seemed, a tumultuous mob arranged m\ .:'
a China and Peru, my other colleagues: dotting done, eleven hundred and sixty-three kidneys tor's daughter having fallen in love with rushed into the building.Apparently these taken the frt thing next morning.
i'. the with impossible divergenceof i in thirteen weeks? And what became him, it I is! hard to say what might not have) sounds gave a new direction to the captain's It was all miserable enough. The ('el was

route. On the every particular 17th of September : of all tho sheep they had been extracted happened. Being myself stopped short of ,I thoughts, as the bell 1 solo, which had continued of the vilest description, very very
of which I write I was in undisturbed from 'IBeforo utter insanity; und, in the next moment, uninterruptedly during; the attack on dirty ; no accommodation for passing the
q possession of the entire range of college I had answered questions the the illusion: such us it was, was! dispelled.: the gate, contributing its horrible merriment night except a straw palliasse in one corner;

3 buildings, kitchen and butlery, hall and clock again struck ; ten chimes, dealt out in I am so glad some one has! come," continued to the general din, now suddenly ceased. nothing to cat or drink, no light, and a tore
commonroom : everything but the porter's: the same deliberate manner. Then, a* it mv visitor.: )1\ poor father oh Meanwhile( the storming party, h'cuded by rent of cold streaming! in from an open
lodge. Cruppjes, the porter maintained his seemed to me, a great hush: f'l1upIIII the do find him for me I What shall I do?" one of the proctors were already} pressing:, grating above my h"all Miserable enough

location there ; I had my own rooms: ut the court, a stillness which made itself felt ; solitude I led her to the sofa und implored, her to forward into my court. Behind the proctorand as! far us tlsurroullnb'went But my
r far end of the third or inner court. Betweenus passing from a mere negation into a calm herself: und tell me [how I could assist his constables was a strong body of own frm being in unison

us far us human habitation went, was a visible und objective shape. Even: the marmalade herVal'lt! her father whom 1 had seen the town Pollee with detachment from the with them. 1 was conscious of them us facts, \
i' howling wilderness.: pots ceased: to connect themselves come into the college: h.llflll1 hour before?" fire-brigade. 'rue mayor followed, arm in hut that was all Even the serious charge

I felt slightly discomposed i when I first realized with' my previous "rain of thought and l Y("S." she said, "I was! too late to preventhim. arm with the vice-chancellor, and in the which hung over me, ali which, absurd 1.
this f act. It was imperative that I grouped into weird! imageries ; thl'irsh'n It is such a sad story. Our name is rear were a legion of roughs who !speedily it was, w'onldstilt lavetoberebutted. hardly

should be in college for a few days:,and I had the moonlight had something; ghastly about Pukcnhum, and my father was a captain in occupied every inch of standing ground. l'ausL'41me a moment's thought. My whole
looked forward to my visit there us period of it, and the label, "James: Keillor it Sons the Indian service; but a few years ago he Alone in college, indeed! faculties were absorbed in the contemplation
seclusion and quiet ; but I ha I not anticipated Dundee," r'adliklscroll repeated over and had brain fever from a sunstroke! which Nobody to be seen," I heard the vice- of one object-Agnes rakcnham ; her love-

t 4; i this: absolu o loneliness; .t wan on ouncj over in tho curved stone-work of Gothic obliged him to give up the army, and now it chancellor say, as he entered the court, "no liness, her intelligence, where she had stood,
k two beyond tile bargain. However, thereW8.1:1 funeral chamber.I comes on again if he is! excited. smell of fire anywhere! What can it all how she had spoken-every detail even to
or Crupplcs to fall back was vexed at this \idiocy, but there was "You think, then," asked, "that he i is mean, Mr.( Mayor?" the must. ordinary and must minuie of our
: that not-I mean that he is i! sullVriiigfrom one of That officer was about to when brief
But let no man think because his: no combating I ; (light wusmayonlyclmance. reply one acquaintance The fair vision had
: circumstances! are bad, ho has exhausted the Useless to return to my own rooms ; let me these attacks ut I'rt"it'nt'ln"Oh of the police interposed. ""c bha1l soon Hashed before ine, and I was
t p contingencies\ of their becoming worse. I try the front court ; there, at all events, I yes,"she 1>:\111.;."why should he have hud omit sir," he said ; there is a light in that moment-the ,pelboundfrom

t hud dined at five, and just settled down to should escape tho marmalade pots. Chapel done such a senseless thing else? We arc one of .1 those upper rooms ; the room at the naiad-haunted grotto. Had the day's proceedings ;
Home college business, when I wo interrupted library and hall occupied three sides: ; on the quite strangers hero ; my |>oor father has back, sir, where the open window II'; someone resulted in for life
i Hanked the nothing to support us (my mother I is dead is standing by it would I'nallil'n'itudo
., ; by a tap at the door, followed by the entrance fourth was the gateway, by por- ) now. it hardly have present.
of companion in solitude. ter's lodge und ontO fellows': rooms.! except what he can make by painting ; he i is In ell'cct, on hearing tll'o l'es outside, I She would be in 'ourt-the exquisite face

4f a. "I hope my I urn not intruding, bir," saidCrupplt.s To the front court I repaired accordingly, beautiful' artist, and we came here for him hail l hurried forward to explain matters, and and form would gladden my sight once more;
i who prided himself on his good but with still I less success. I hud hardly taken to tukeskettjics for the next exhibition.and I was proceeding to do so as well as the Babel, that was the sole idea of I was
j = he must have been working too ,hard" of sounds \ capa J
and education half-a-dozen turns there when an irrepressible fancy which followed m)' appearance( ble.
m manners:"No Crupplcs I said generally."all right. Have ) craving seized upon me. Outside 11\11 he seemed uncomfortable before would admit. But I was! unexpectedly cut But I was doomed to disappointment.
; "
for me?" those barred' gates lay the world of sentient this? I asked. !short. Pressing! the front of the throng, reward daybreak I slept or dozed, my

you. .Well any,message sir, no ; that is: to say not precisely humanity, eopled by my own species, instinct "Yes; all this: morning'I fancied there which he had joined unobserved on quitting brain teemed with confused images: of last
sir little communication of any kind'going with life and movement; the world was something wrong; then at half past' : the! bell: I saw the commanding figure of night's occurrences, but with a radiant halo .
j ; very I still heard at in- nine he suddenly! took up his hat and said Captain rakcnham. A fresh
on now, Mr. Burchill. I have hardly from which, I late us it was delusion had shed over them, like the opening of agate
; exchanged 1\doze I' words with a fellowcreature tervalstlse hum of voices, the footfall of passing he was going out ; he wanted to get some 1 swept across the tli"t'mllr.11Jlin, and he in Paradise. At 8 o'clock some coarse food
That la.houltIIt'I1\'o the college moonlight effects. 1 ran down stairs after now : t\'al."l, in great apparent agitation was
wayfarers. brought and I
since this time yesterday. was told to for
it would have been altetraYl1 him, but he walked too fast forme, andjust but gentlemanly courtesy, to the vice- .
was impossible ; examination
"What i:* it, then? asked, glancing.at my at ten But before that f.
of trust of tho most flagrant kind us I came to t the end\ of this street, 1 saw him chancellor, who was in academical costume hour
li the folios of closely-coluhmsod accounts out arrn'l; ,the|, cell was again unlocked,
in the I
which I had to collect the materials for But communicate with my fellowcreaturesin go at cottage-gate. followed as I presume sir he said "I am spC'aklllg and visitor
of my less
1 last term's bursar's bills some sort I must and would; communicate quickly a s I could, but saw nothing! of him, to some one in authority in this }place?" nonage than the Mayor no 11.11r- ( "
my the extent of seeing and there was noUxly to ask, although I I Unquestionably l said the himbel.
I Well, sir," said Crupples, shifting uneasily ut all events, to vice-chancel : I have come to offer sincere apol-
from one foot to the other, "you see itisn't some animated forms, something tl) claim heard footsteps: up-stuini somewhere. lor. ('uii you explain to us! what is the ogies, Mr. he'said my"I ,;
been were mine I said "I was standing matter? U 11urcli j trust! you
f a thing that happens every day. I amt kindred with. Had our gate mere "They ; i care all in the greatest jwrplex- have not i I L
usit is in Umt'l'u1lt'ICi., ; by the gate when your father entered.and it). incon"enielct'tl"
of the importance of the posi iron grating, I ; hhuut.ll I was on the
aware point hadnever .
c quite I thought followed him also;; did you not see me? "I am come here in le
have been content ; quest of
the honor to !hold in college, and my dauglit.
[ lion I have and the other gentlemen massive double-leaved doors, coeval with the No : 1 only heard the footsteps. I came ter," said the captain "I ha\'t to spent 1 happier night In life, but 1 ,

1 trust" .that(meaning yourself the fellows, for Crupples- building itself, those bars and staples, that on as far as this court, and then I saw the fear that she has been decoyed[ into reason this col dllke appropriate myself,! the and bituarion substitute: ) something I:,
intolerable! light in your windows, ami-good heavens! lego the
undergraduates by that dungeon-like seclusion-it was by [person whom you see standing "The '
the ,
called ,1,1wu
never what is that ? 'W' continued visitor who
I drew und nearer U the at the Yes
Insensibly nearer wUll.th'n' there
thoroughly rely yes;
term) 'feel" that you cau entrance, ridiculing the impulse which attracted As my companion sx>kc. the hai-' bell, is !" a good ttal embarrossed-ipeculating, it t'-

upon ,ne. ,les .e I said: 'III but what me there and yet incapable resisting which was an unusually loud und' shrill one There she was no doubt. On Sri'n. time cuntingeueies i of an action .
y So doubt, Crup ted ,?" lad the college it. The wicket which, served for admitlanctt suddenly commenced tolling. She tot<1rtlJfrom fath r'l voice, Miss Pakenham h'arn"ler[ have-that imprisonment"tbe fact L we
; [is it you have to suddenly me diSllppeareJ fI when the lager gates were closed had, her M-at." Is the bell going furtot'r\'it'\., forward also,and was trying to pain his at. mistake.i is" to sa"-ther has: been !. :

I.laid I thought, wI Cruple. still as Crupple had remanded me, two bolts tope I or anything? kite. asked tention. But she just as well have \"I "
f tl:lothing to tell, lugh I am perfectly aware of it, Mr. I'or' :' .



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said ; had. my mangled corpse been floating court of the ;hotel. I, "Too happy to cry," were the words: r Uoo)(", and Sftitloncry.no :. -1 For Tampa nnd Ut'T1..&,
somewhere down the river nt this mo- Not, however, to disappear! this time. 1 which caught my ear ; very faintly breathed. .
tu(>lIt it might have been stilt more serious, followed Instantly and found. that he entered I hardly articulated : but I did hear them. 1 I EC .\ ('I: niciMv.: VIAr1T.1111'.t
How did you arrive at the conclusion that the conciergerie and was asking{ the porter thing; myself!' by hl'r'hh" strained the shrinking .Steamship (;O'S MM,
you have hcen "- some question) -the address! as I gathered of form to my breast, showered!' on lip and] ----
"Made thorough fools of," interposed! the someone who had been staying the hotel brow the kisses of a long pent-up 10\'('. Wholesale: and RetailS'I',1TIONEItY
Mayor "i never felt more ashamed in my This! was! produced, and before I had decided )Kventuallv; she contrived extricate herself .
life It seems that on searching his lodgingslast what to do he had regained tho street, whereI -III1\v, I hardly\ know, for there was 1 ) OOKS. : -
night that horrihle man ''- still followed, in cautious but close pur scant relenting my part-and t then I shake} ,j) jjj- '"

'Ittl't itlt19e! )him," 18aitl1! l ; haven high suit.A. again. And mTSIf,
respect for the captain Reside, it wasn't keen chase once more, for the captain 11 Alter all, Agnes," 1 said ")" 1\1 have not --

his fault" walked fast: as ever ; but a more !successfulone. : answered my question yet" ,V.t!) WKST H\v :Sruvrr: h
i I: suppose not," said the Mayor, doggedly / Through main streets and bystreets, "What question] ?" ''
; hut I wish lie could have had brain past palace and cathedral, theatre unit museum. Whether you can give me the priceless CARRYING: Till: V. :S.: MAIL :v1

fever somewhere else: ; the story will he in \ Out into the suburb An, eventually, !love I have asked! for ; the boon of .your JACKSONVILLE:: : I : FLORIDAItool.s I ,
all the new spapcrs to-morrow morning. lie where the stately Maria llilf church rose, heart ?" -

got homeall right." pale, and glimmering in the mnollli ht. 14 No," she said, demurely, "I 1 am sorry to : : of the staunch and. elegant; : Steamer
"A lid the young lady, nlsu: ?" I asked.: ) Then down a country lane, shadowed with say I cannot" Demurely\ enough, and' yet ONK the above Lino will (leave Cedar Key i
"Yes, fortunately, although the crowd tall tn'eM.t last: the garden gate of a small in the corners of the mouth there! was something every Monday at 1.00: II, in., for t
molested her a good deal. Then, the l first> villa, and here the captain PIlI"l'll-thc which looked like (he Aurora birth I II I )
thing the father did was to make them a quarry) was run home 1 lie traversed; the .of laugh.. ,r. 't-S'hool ur tie l e t''tully.'ti Z Tampa, .Manatee, ; \
speech from the balcony about all kinds of garden! ami, entered the house with a Cannot," Agnes I ejaculated ; "what do _. _. ',
tilings-pri/o money and traveling dawk, !latchkey. I remained outside, in a tumult yl.u mean ? Wh1I0t'l' Ith timid Ocean Steamboat- And llraldeiitown,

and flesh-colored!' tints, and heaven knows of thought. Was Agnes alive? \VehiV'itlt ".Hef-anse it was: given aw ay years: ago: ," ( .. .. and every Monday[ and Thursday at 4,00 y yP.
what ; then when they laughed, he ran downitairsand her father: Still heart-whole t ? Should 1 be Wlthe reply.\ '. mil. for
challenged bargee to fight, which allowed to sec her'hat excuse l'olll.l-1 I 41 CH\'l'1I1!I' 'I again exclaimed ; "to whom r.fiMO 1C <- AI.ix I: -yt :

they did, and the man was; almost: killed.At make fordoing so' ? Would\ she recollect me? 14 To n gentleman: who was left alone in : until ICitNNii"" and Key \Vet.Connections .

last it became evident that his mind was Had[ any chance or lIudH\lICI'-a hundred college one evening, and so misconducted : ..... .' :
affected, and they contrived to sccurehimitin similiar quest ions. For hours: i stood by the himself there that he had to betaken in cus t j

his own room, whore he still i is. And this gate, torturing) myself with speculation, and todyby the l'olicI'-lhm'r'. Mnyiiine.: ,r ji. made: at Cedar Key with the
morning early the young lady came to toy at the same time! intently watching every J1 Florida Transit' Railroad: from and to all ;
house and explained the whole circumstances window of the house in the hope of seeing heal itaie.:!, \points North and \\ est ; at 1'11111HufoI..":\ with
and this, with the certificate of two her passing: figure. -- '- -- .-- .-- .
; :Steamer: for Fort Mycis[ Fort Ogdcii, and
medical men, who have been called in, will No such good fortune occured, however, FOR SAM: Pine Level.Through.
be quite sufficient." one by one the lights were extinguished: : STIAMNIIIIN: Tickets are on sale at Fernan-
My face, I was conscious: lengthened. perceptibly and I'returned I to the hotel, where I achieved U.S---------___ n._._.___ ding, Jacksonville, OIl lIl' villl', and. Cedar {

as the Mayor\ spoke. "Then," I some broken sleep.Next Key, at )greatly. reduced rates! for all principal
said ""Miss\ 1'akenham will not *. lit : found again at the villa
: morning me _._ Will leave Cedar Key points on the (Gulf Wst.
I mean: there will be no examination ?" at the earliest moment when it was possible: :------ --:: J. M. GALP1IIN. Jen'l Al;'t, '

Certainly not" said the Mayor\ with to present 1II ': !some' surprise at my evident discomposure."You suspense! was intolerable, and I was determined I A ISIICAIIM: .I: 1111'1'1.1, I KIM: DAY.KOR '

are free to leave the station at once to see Agnes, if she were! there ; if not, I'h" SAVANNAH, FKRNANDINAANI : r
1 and I have only to repoat.my apologies for to discover when and where she could be n----------+:

your detention here. seen. Would the servant never answer the :Situated directly on the Railroad: ,
door How incurably slow these Germans: KKA \\'i.:s'I' AND! }) HAVANA

IV. were Let me agalu.; My[ hand was on i''I'.llEl'IIl11: ( :SATURDAY.PAItSONS ) ;. ? JACKSONVILLK'Ottt
It was all over, then. Escaping from Crup- the hell ; when a well-remembered laugh, I IN ONK OK TIIK1IKALTHIKST I:

plea, who had just returned to the college, every tone of which set my, veins tingling, .............................................
and whose astonishment and inquiries as to echoed from the passage: ill-: lII'. In the next -r" r

the scene of havoc which met his eye were minute Agnes stood herself hl'furcIll!. :: ::: l'ltT(1Jo' }KI.OIMDA.. ::: : ,t: IIALK:, Agents, !I Tiiitoi':<;n LINES -
interminable. I buried myself once more in How lovely she was now how changed,
the solitude' of and yet how entirely the same ripl'lll'lllIto\ !9-It:( Cedar Key, Fla.MA -I....,........... ......... .......................:-
own rooms. ..
my . .. ...
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Trebly solitary they looked to me this womanly beauty, but with the same grace,
morning. I could do nothing, arrange nothing the same innocence, the same underplay: of For particulars address [ I 1. LORY'Si'M ; VIA

think of nothing, but the apparition merry Ihollght. And there was one further icn A NTIAMNIIII: LINE.
point of identity. :She: knew meat once, FLORIDA M MIRROR
which had greeted me overnight Hour
53-tf: Fornitndinii] Flu .
and the flush which had the fair : ,
after [hour struck, and I sat almost motion : : : .. .. Only Ulr't I.I IK- to New York.
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less, my mind brooding incessantly on its features when I last: saw them now again
one theme. mantled on dll'l'kII.t brow A 10,

I was aroused hn light tap at the door. "Mr.[ ]Hurchill !I" she exclaimed. "Oh I
X"'UI A- 'MiitaimiH' :.tin 11 Meume '
"Come in," I exclaimed ; and in I the next how glad I :am-I mean, how glad papa: will Till,: FIOKII I.hu' l'ln )
': moment the person with whom my thoughtswere be to see you lie has: so often talked of our Nhllt 1 r.11in.HItIOA'f! : : ( '0.c .

thus occupied. stood before me, looking dreadful conduct 1 and wished. that he! could r AND: AND; IMMl(1lL1'FhsiNOFFERS (COM PA'Y :Sailing: from' Fcrnandina} / every two weeks on ,.r..
more lovely than ever ; a slight flush! which make his personal apologies} for it.
o\'erspread'her features added to heir charm. "I saw him coming !home. last night," I :.,-. S. S. ('II l1' of Austin,

"I nun disturbing you again," she !said' I I stammered out, "and I ventured on calling : ::: r Captain :SI-IVKNS.: : : Wi \llt2bJtd {1:1:
"but I could not without asking here to inquire. I hope he i is quite recover ] ,,
go away 600,000c'rt'f14
( S. S. ('nroiidelel<< e: .. .. .... J'jf
your forgiveness for the annoyance we have ed. w 1 .-... y _:ar..a=..-_
caused, vou.e (leave by the:next train, but "Perfectly," she said ; "hut .pray do not Of the mostACCKSSIHLK :J Captain HII: 'K.TIIK .

I found I should just have time" II stand in the passagecome: ; into our little :: : : AND! DKSIRAIILK::: : -
"Annoyance next train I" I echoed confusedly. !-itlillg.roolllIl'aoc.\ ." : j- AND
Bllt pray sit down, Miss 1'akenham. Agnes was in a talking-llftss, with :a portfolio I.AM IN Tilt

.' in her hand, and I made sumo pretenceof STATK': OK FLORIDA)!: I"I.OHIII.TltA:\-:1'1':: RAILROAD, i
"Indeed," she cried, "I fear I must not. hesitating.: ;
My father is much better, and. I hope will "You were going out," I said. At only $1.25: per acre to new settlers) with ToAll
soon be himself: agaill, hut he has been ordered "I It i is of no consequence\ whato\cr; I was the privilege of selection in parcels of .10acres k

change of scene and occupation, and only going to the I'inakothek ; ha\e taken or nun'r. These lands. are 1III'aft'II'II'' : KINK: STKAMSIIIPS, I'ohitsortli and WON. ,
we are to start immediately ; I have, literally up painting asa profession, for our means: areas
only two minutes. :Say: please, that limited i as ever,and 1 go I there t to I the ladies' and adjacent to the line of the WFsTiitTIAS.: : offering comfort unrivaled, a delightful nail i
you kindly forgive us." : :studio every day. We have taken his house, c.MT. 1HNKS, over u strictly i inland water-course, full of i
She held out her hand as she spoke, with for :-months and in the winter we go to ATLANTIC. \( MILK' AN'l.41': !) J INDIA CITY OF DAMAS Interesting scenery.

u sweet smile I hud no words to answer Hi 11 IK', for 1 nnl..work hard" TRANSIT! : 'OS R. R., The PAI.UI: :I\MF.UH; : ,
her ; could ask nothing, realize nothing, except 41 Profession: I" "Work hard! Could it be (CAIT. RISK
the fact that she was there. But I then that sin had. formed no engagement; I'1.0UIIA
'. extending; from FKRNAND1NA: : : ) the Atlantic : of the above Steamers will leave ,
grasped the small hand. in my own, and, I this prit'dl'gelll: stillunappropriutcd, ; possibly ONK for New Yoik every Friday Captain JOHN FITXIIKUAM,
to CKDAR K hmin: tho Gulf coast
; : ,
kissed' it within ? All
pressing; it to my lips, passionately possibly: IIIlWII- grasp; (to suit flu' tide).
and fervently. :She seemed surprised, but, this Hashed through my thoughts in I less thus affording to the producer cheap, constant This line, having no transfers In( make AND
I fancied, not seriously displeased ; the ad than mane second. I :and rapid transportation' to the best: between
( l"ll1l1"h on her check] was hardly that of Papa' is out1she continued, as she 4'ITY OF ltltlIMiTO\
; anger. But there was no time to speculateas ushered IOU Intu the room ; "hut he will be limo rkl'ioe. KKRNANDINA: :: : AND: SEW: YORK, I I.laveducksuriVIlleet
to this. Turning hastily from me, and !back in half an hour Shall I show you Thhl'lt of country traversed 1 by tho Transit Offers) I hoI1KST ( 'lIl'lnlll -. ,
this time with the treachery of his sketches?"
dealing warily some It. It embraces
AND: (::111'\: PEST TRANSPORTATION : : ...
i 'ryInmulay\\'e.Ia(
OilS handle, she closed' the door after her alldr The captain's sketches were admirable, !
r disappeared.In have no doubt, but to this day I have no )':VEltY1:1: : ETY: (Ho'i01l.: : TO FLOBI1IlIl1'PEB:: :-!. day and Friday, Steamboat: K-prcHs: 11:15:
what direction, after weeks of inmiiry conception what they were about. HutAgnes Vegetables\ ami Trails will receive specialcare a. in.Leave.
and search I found it \ to i rodiiccd, some of in 11I1I1I1Ii1l Kuriuindiua\ Stcimicr' Florida, on
1 battling impossible : olll'nltl'athyly > to be found in the State! a large proportion
ascertain. Not even the faintest clue presented her mtvmi, and wo sat Hide by I side lookingover being peculiarly adapted (10 the culture of I'ASS1Nil'It'l'O1111OOATIONS: :: :: ( : ) : ARK! arrival) of Train.
itself. them. How quickly the (half hour ran \ \ FIIST.: ( 'L.\SS. Arrive at Savannah every Tuesday, Thursday
itself out I SI..+11=fitOelC.tl. [Kirirsand. Early'egetahles: and Saturday, 8 a, III,
; : .
TIlt! traveling public urn offered the advantages
\ Close, connection made at Snvnnnah': with
v. And how quickly sped away the ensuing and The Isinjc, ('iHnjmrt Ito : ot'Il DIRKCT:( ) LIXI'TIIIH'l': ) ) '
Palace the OCI'ANTJ'AM.: -; :
Some:; years passed by. I was not only] fel- weeks 'flU end of the vacation found mu make these: lands worthy of UAIilWUL KX- ANY: CHANflKS.: : : Connections made at SHIP (Shanlshijsof COMPANY Wednesday\ and
: low, but college tutor established, to all :still!!! in Munich.[ Return tfJl'olll'.wulltil this Jacksonville with all ,steamboats. for all every
; AM1XATIOX. by m.muf.uturers!l of Lr.MiunANI : Saturday, for New York. Also with piston c
i issue: was decided I could] not and not
outward "don. the SI.olall'II/ Oeklawaha and
poillill mi Haltiinore and. steumcrx ,
themselves N\VAL :Srours.NKW. Philadelphia nn
Hut this exterior very greatly belied my in- The! undergraduates) must! take care of for the ndian (Rivers, and with the Transit: Railroad : with all rail lines to mill! points" North anal'
her mall.ot one t feature or lineament oft or put up with only one tutor : SKTTLK1WPurchasing : / at "Kcriiandina for all railroad "stations \\'(>st.+t.lair
Agnes 1'akenham had faded from my mcm- ;>rcsent.There: i in Florida, State Itis and Through Tiltkt-tfl
ms ,
t;.'; ory in all this time, no pulse in my own walked home camo together a day, at from last the, on Pinakothek.which we land from this company are furnished FRKIGHT; AND PASSKNGKR:: : : R ATIISAS apply\ \ to
t :.., veins cooled down ; my love for her was as LOS HY INDIRI-XT: I ) ;( LINKS.!
'or[ by 11 singular coincidence, I generally'mind"myself with entire on the Transit
all-absorbing, intense as ever. frrr jxutmje ,
passionate, I.c't' ..\' .AId iiN. TourlNt Olll'c' ,
\ the main of that .Tr'Y-Through a I Rates: and Rills of lading
:> quitting body
That it was, in all human probability, entirely Railroad for family and personal effects!
i building nearly at the same time that M iMMl'akenhulI to all pojnt.s.t
.i. hopeless, seemed to make:, no differ- to the station nearest the land 1. Jurksuivllle-'urncr( of and Ocean
I !left the ladies. room. .\IIIIlIlh'r purchased.TITLK For passage: or further infoimation; apply Hay
exnlyselt; ; some remonstrance, my escort home had : ('OM PLI'TE: being; derived by to Streets ; St. Augustine" -Max HUomtield'i,
did l close in It.V.. near the I'O:> amused cOllie to be 11Cl'ptl'l-the days from the United. StatcH and : HOl1TII'IC'IAjI'lIt,
thrill to it. I worked, myself, ate, grant purchasefrom Firiiandina.C. Drugstore:; ; Kornundina, Kgniont:
earlier and the suburb Au was -
now, unquestionably
drank, slept but these'! were all mechanical the Florida.CORRKSPONDKNCK.
; :State of Hotel.(
some distance. otl'. ( II. MALLORY i IC'O..,
actions ; my real self was wrapped in hers, GUHTAVK I ; LKVK.Gen'I : :.
It evening. The HavarinnVlps Pier 'JO Kast t River Now York :IMf,
tracking her in fancy, to a hundred places was exquisite : ; I) :: : : SOLICITKD.: I I'asj't Sea [lund Route.J. .
picturing what might be her interests and were rosy in the distance, and the sky --------- ------ --- -'-
was steeped in the gold and crimson \If an sirii.Miic: lnUII..I'a N. HARIMMAN,
voice and her
pursuits, hearing seeing 1I11.1l'lItl'l'I\lL'IlIIailt'lllIu
Descriptive' Mil's I l.-'SO Manager.
image in every object and hour of life. Very autumn sunset, its colors almost matched by _. .
-:1 .I absurd all this but true. the deep-dyed but still unritlcd foliage of the application.I TIIK HTKAHHW: :
altogether (CIIAS. w. LKWIS: $-t'r'I'I': MARY'HSTI.A.1I m\'lm"'J-.
There came a certain long; vacation whichI Slofgarten. ,. ..
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"One turn in the avenues, Miss Paken- 1-ind Commissioner.Ollicecor. '
did not, as: heretofore pass in college I 1)A<'IF/r / 105IIAIVY.j .
had been wandering among the Dolomite ham ?" I suggested. "Or,by the way,the Ell!;- f Hoar) and. :Seventh: :-tll.: { R'1' JOII.VS : ('ITY 1'111.1'1' } \_yTIIK

mountains, und returned to the Tyrol andMunich lisp Garden,' as they call it here, will be still 10-tf 1 t r--__- .-- "> < (,. '-- ._--- -
more beautiful. May[ we not enjoy it'to
where I sj ent days-
and "I'inakothek" might gether ? JI "
have occupied as many weeks. On my last 141 am afraid" she began hesitatingly, but -, '. .... .. __. Ml.l1.'
I continued my pleading. "It may be our m _; 2Lr.L
day, as it was intended to be, I dined at the --- --- --- ----
Goldener Hirsch: where I was located, and last evening"I said. "I have had a ,pcrmptory Tin: FI.OHIOA ( /: STKAMEItMFI.OICA :
then was driven out of the public room by (' letter from college this morning, \,
the preparations fur that 8 o'clock "abends- and I hardly know how to delay my return IMPROVHMKNT: COMPANY.FeriiuiMliiui ::: .tI.. -i: JIAICTIIA.
;. maul," at which the German appetite shows any longer. The"garden is not live minutes rpOW.V Captain RU-IIAIIWOX. Clli'tllillir' '- --.
v walk from here. (leave Fcrnandimi for Jacksonville
to such incredible advantage. It was late in WILL
the season, but the evening was fine and 1 think Agnes guessed what was imminent J'ulutklllIlJ.1 interniediute. landngs jt- DAILY SKRVICK.0-5i!
warm, and sauntered through the streets for she trembled a good deal. Hut she on the St. Jolm'H River, and Savannah
returning to the purte rochtr where amused lid not refute the' arm I offered, and we and Charleston, its folow : The Flora leaves
myself!' by watching the arrivals for the ensuing trolled 1 through the park-like gardens III Town" Oil 1C. 1C. ..h.. From Fcrnandina ) lunding every FernandinafurHt.Mary'itiver Monday, Wed new lay

repast. These were complete at last, company, admiring the tints and yet not And Cedar: K<>1'. and 'rltlay-rcolurnluK un TuC'flday,1'bura.
and the gateway, which had saying much about them l'ithl'ria'in: FOR JACKSON VI LLK: ASH PALATKA lay and &turdu '.

by numerous knots of talkers meanwhile, very little about anything. Then, at last, ;m'liltVVIINi4IAY.1.; The Murthu leaves) F'-rnandina for sane110111t4
was again deserted.Hut in a mOSipathway., where the foot fell Tueaday and Batur-
I found myself still lingering; there ; noiselessly and the pulses: of parting light From Fcrnundina lay-returning every Thursday Monday, Wednesdayund
. something in the surroundings brought backto quivered on the tall steins' my heart's secret Offers to I>-$sees' and Purchasers a large
me a scene, very different in some respects! leaped| to the lips.} number of the most: eligible and desirable! \ FOrtSS.II ASI. CHARLI.STON:' Friday.

; and yet very similar in others in past years. "Agnes," 1 exclaimed, stopping short in lots, suitable\ \ for Huiim-ss PurjMmor: for .fr KVKUY: : FRIDAY.-r. Tlirough IIIllx or Lading
t-1 d'. Just so had I stood on just: such an autumn our walk, "I cannot live without you. City or Suburban Residenci, "
t- ", 5? evening much in the same attitude*, the occupant leauty and joy and hope and energy all Close! connection made with I steamer for hy MALLORY'S. LINK: of Htcnmerx to all
__ t- ', us now, of a solitary gateway deep mean one thing with me now and what is < UPON JUST I':ItI:;. Melloiiville Kntcrpri.si-: ul* _ '" shadow, on the day when I first saw Agnes your love. Agnes, Agnes, can you give i it toa ers for klawuhu River; also at Savannah ( ", (C'onnectloiina
1'akcnham. How vividly I recalled *-?" Liberal\ Discounts on Values allowed to with Ntcuincn for New York, I'hiladelpbia, with the New York, Charleston andSavannah
every incident of our strange lIIel'tin'ith! She withdrew her arm from mine and sat parties engaged& in manufacturing or industrial ttmtoii 11/111111111 I III/tt'.un.lllt ('llarl 'I'tou with Steamers.
, what ten-fold vividness and how bitterly at dawn oit a U>nch near us, !but without Kjxakng. enterprises, who will erect 1111 the prop steamers for New York, Philadelphia, Hulti- GOOD} [
, the same time did the retrospect: bring herself I still urged my suit.I erty }purchased\ substantial: improvements immure, and with Surth'ullh'fII' S : before me How hula{ .-lesaly: lost she was am utterly unworthy of what Il oak," for residence, or in which to conduct thir lieu ILiilroads for route North, East: and PuxsengiTs. KxcurslonistM: and Tourists
',. to me ; and yet how passionately }loved! 1 said, "infinitely unworthy. I can give tiusiness.INDl'CKMKNTS! Wc't. will find this u very attractive trip, a1 air
., I was thus occupied when my reflections lothing in return for it-neither wealth nor ; TO I.\xt\ereit.:. scenery is grand!, und alli -uton and other
t ';, were abruptly cut short. More to my surprise itiou-nothillg but my poor s'elf. If you )Kits; by exemption for a term of )lan from game are abundant.]
. if {lw).-:.ible, than when I first saw! it, a corn. that as you well may": taxation, offered by the several citit.inl/ ;f.ff I'ltJlt'r: of the above! Steamer can be
qk41:, tall figure; which lat once recd nIzedasthatoCaptaiu .. :;top, stop," she said at last ; "I shall to..IUI.1'1,1) at Through Tickets and HtaterooniH secured (charters! for excursion partiea at any time.
J71\ 1'akenhaiu, strode rapidly by me begin crying if you speak[ like that, and I und all iiiforinution furnished) at otlke, -or- For further informattmi apply! to
: "'', as it had dune on that former memorable am too"-, i y 1'rOl1lt'c(.ur. Reach A 7th kt-, Fcrnandina.10tf ncr Centre allll.t'C'unll.trt'C; ,,,. A; U. jrOYfcs. Agent25vM2r3
. occasion and turned the corner into the main "l'Ut) whatgn'It, ?" I' )-ly U. A. NOYKS.; ) ; .Fernandina- Fla


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J THE Fl O.nIA MIRROR. acts of two crazed youths, whose motives A SAMPLE LAW-WHAT DOES IT.1EY De Soto, Don Tristan do Luna, and others, in the river and harbor bill. Senator ]Brown,
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SATURDAY, MARCH 19 by any idea of patriotism! ? were mere explorations, and it was not until of Georgia, made a strong and earnest, but

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SUBLIME OH RIDICULOUS ? This event has created a profound Impres this State, and for other purposes. when the Huguenots, under Ribault, cannot but think if the immediate representative -

In the account of the sion throughout the civilized world. The 1. There shall be appointed )by, the governor came upon the coast, about the thirtieth degree of the sea island district, Mr. Nichols,
inauguhition, a portion Insecurity of crowned heads, ban been of this State six boards of medical examiners
of which pain I of latitude, and, sailing northward, entered }had made the proper effort before the House
i'' wo copy elsewhere, we are evident for consisting! of not less than three nor
fully in the
;,' gravely Informed that after taking the oath many years repeated more than five practitioners of medicine of the St. Johns river, at the mouth of committee on commerce, this item could
i\1'\ of office, in the presence of the assembled attempts to destroy the sovereigns of Germany acknowledged skill anti experience, and of which he erected a column\ upon which the have been inserted in the bill as reported.We .

thousands who could Italy, Spain and Russia. five years practice in this State, said boardsto arms of France were cut. Passing still to hope Mr. Black, who succeeds Mr. Nichols
not hear It
f the Presi Modern skill aided be located respectively at Tallahassee
dent turned around and concluded the august by science and( rewarded Jacksonville, Pensacola, Key West, Ocala, the north,, he landed and built a fort at Port will give this matter, so important to

I ceremony, which he had just ratified by governments, has been largely and Tampa, whose! duty it shall be to care- Royal, S. C. To this fort was given the name Georgia and Florida< and to the traveling
to the
by Introducing the and : construction and perfectionof fully examine any or all persons, not graduates of Charlcffurt, and a garrison was left there, public, such attention as will secure the necessary
new unique
sentimental engines of destruction, such as torpedoes, of medicine, who have not heretoforepraclicel which
eventually perished returned appropriation year;
feature of shaking hands with his medicine in this
bombs hand" State, and if found
grenades, in mitrailleuses infernal
to France to return immediately There is other channel river I
wife and publicly kissing her. This posing machines competent to practice the same, the said intending one or must
for the public as the fond husband! In the l all calculated to increase the board shall issue u certificate to that purport but the political troubles which ensued not forget, and it is one of the most import- '".
power of destruction The world pays dear to such person, which certificate shall I be
I language of the re- prevented his returning.In ant. It is important to the whole country ;
graduates of the boarding- for her so-called corded in the office of the clerk of the circuit
The veriest
school, was "just lovely." court of each county where the receiving the spring of 1504: the king scntJLaudonierc ] it is important to the North and South ; it is
incited person
I To be sure one cannot well imagine Gco. by the love of mischief\ can, it may practice. who cast anchor in the St. Johns riveron important to the East and to the West. Thereis
f Washington or Thonuvs Jefferson with a match, burn to the ground thegrand- 2. The examination by the board thus appointed the 20th! of June, 150!, and erected a fort an inland channel along and around the

role, but possibly filling that (-St temple. The vilest miscreant can, in a shall include the branches of anatomy there' which he called Fort Caroline. To prevent coast, of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida < -
some court painter may operative and minor obstetrics
I I fill some great panel in the new library moment, draw a "six-shooter from his pocket diseases of womtli) and children surgery, ,and all the, the French acquiring' possession of Florida by which you can go from Charleston to

building with grand scenic painting of this and cut down the most! distinguished and general laws of.health. ,the king of Spain sent Pedro Mcncndez: Savannah and from Savannah to Brunswick,
t osculatory performance best of men We have developed the powerto 3. The said board of medical examiners who landed at St. Augustine in September, and around Into the St. Johns, and up into

ceremony which introduces the new queen rite consort and- and do evil faster than the desire to do good, sum shall of be five allowed dollars to for charge each person and receive!! exam the 150.3, and after destroying the French fort Florida< and never go out to sea at all. We

as factor in the administration. There Bociety is reaping the consequences. ined, to be paid upon receipt of certificate of and settlement, made a permanent settle have a class of good boats that arc beginning

is a vacant panel now at the head of the The emperor is dead, hut a new emperor competency by the party examined. ment. to do a large business there. We run two
pi mounts the throne, and just reforms are 4. That trom and after the approval of this It will thus be is both I
that St. boats
I grand staircase at the west end of the Senate checked act, any person who shall continue the seen Augustine a day now usually ways, and
by the crime of these irresponsible prac not 309! old but 310 old.) It is sometimes in that inland
wing of the Capitol, which would just suit I tice of medicine, surgery or obstetrics in this years years more
such a painting and watch the signing of miscreants, who seek for notoriety as regi State, without having first obtained such certificate by no means the oldest city in America, as case of war, as you have no adequate navy,

the emancipation proclamation cides. ______ ___ and recorded the same as provided Spanish settlements had been made elsewhere let me tell you that it would be as the enginccrsliavcsaid -
which at- for in section one of this act shall deemed
Mexico: [ Central and!South} America in t their estimates, ofimmcnsc
1 tracts much COLLEGE LIVE.A ,
so attention at the other end guilty of a misdemeanor: and, upon conviction : value to you. You can conduct commerce
of the Capitol. writer in a Northern religious paper discusses thereof, hundred by fine not and the West India Islands: during the sev with it open between Charleston and any
) the 'question of I the moral effect of exceeding two dollars nor less than enty-two years which had elapsed! since, the portion of Florida and never go to sea. I
WIMMIXO n r LA IF. collegiate education upon the rising fifty dollars, or imprisoned in the county discovery by Columbus, and it ;js not precisely Mr. Eaton My friend means "us," not /
jail not exceeding six months, or by both '
f The New York Observer, the able and influential tion. Admitting the temptations and dangers tine ami imprisonment, ut the discretion of accurate to say t that St. Augustine was "you.Mr.:Brown-I speak to the Senate ; I mean

leading organ of the Presbyterian to which youth are exposed; in some of the court : jirovidcd, that the provisions of the first! !spot on which the Spaniards set foot everybody. I mean you and us ; I mean the
church, gives the following sensible and our colleges, he yet deems these dangers less this act shall not be construed as applying toflurg'ons in the State, as Ponce dc Leon first landed !I fifty million of people of the United States

timely warning in reference to the growing. than those of the city. The character of State when or sent physicians fur to perform temporarily surgical in operations this some twenty miles north of St. Augustine.I all believe united they as they always are now will, and be in as the I am future.gladto

tendency to make the people dependent I Northern colleges must indeed be question or for 'owmltatioll1 or to women Vide-Fairbanks's History and Antiquitiesof That is what, I mean, and I thank my friend
t upon the date to supply all their wants. We able to admit of such an argument on the commonly known and designated as midwives St. Augustine, IS:;!}. from Connecticut for directing my attention
have heretofore advocated in these columns moral side of the question. : provided further, that this act shall Fairbanks's History of Florida, 1870. to it if I have used expressions that do notcoiivey
I not apply to physicians: now practicing in
that idea. But this inland salt riveris
the necessity of confining public schools, The writer, we think, fairly states that the : this State. of national .
J established and supported by law, to their lamentable breakdown and moral failures 5. Said boards: may adopt such rules and $!*O VOU SELLING PISTOLS, ETC. is place' consequence.There called! Romncy Marsh, be-

proper function of teaching, those studies young men in college arc generally attributable regulations as to examinations and certificates We are very glad to see that the legislature vond Savannah some twenty or thirty miles,

J which arc essential to the proper discharge either to bad training at home or else with as they the may constitutions deem proper and, not laws inconsistent of this! i: has taken a step in the direction of In the direction of Florida. The boats'ha\u
to the marsh. What is the
of I prohibiting the sale dirk and bowie- go through marsh
citizenship. to neglect. The formatiqc period of life State. pistols,
I is a marsh between: the islands and the
1 The Observer says with emphasis : First needs a healthful stimulus. If a healthful The first section provides fur six boards of knives by the imposition of a license tax: of main land, grown over with high grass that

of all, moral instruction should bo given stimulus is not given an unhealthful one medical examiners to carefully examine any $30:> upon any person who shall sell pistols, at high tide is entirely covered ; at low tideit

then and with It a knowledge of the elementary -, will be received. The active mind of youth or all persons! not graduates f medicine, who etc. This tax will close out this branch of is about live feet above the water. There
arc rivers and creeks through it. The navi-
studies ; all beyond is of doubtful proprifty. must be employed. If it can be subjected to have not heretofore practiced medicine in business in the hands' nearly all those who gable channel goes through it in a very

." the discipline of study and receive the impulse this State, and if found competent to practice have been in the, habit of selling this, sort of winding meandering? sort of way. In

When the State Imposes n school tax and of healthy competition, a stamp and the same, the said board shall issue a merchandise. With $25 each added for the ,passing Ronincy Marsh, if you get there at
enforces its character certificate county and chartered towns, the tax will be low title, you have to lie over always for the
s payment under penalty of forced will be impressed which will characterize to that purport, etc. tide to rise, and it is a very great hindrance
sale and confiscation of the property of the the whole future life. If, on the The third section provhles"tltesaid board $100, which very few, if any merchants, will and inconvenience. If the people who come \

citizen, its only possible justification is that contrary, mere sensual gratification, physi- shall be allowed to charge f five dollars! for pay. We inaythereforehopc to sec intemperance from New England, New York, Pennsylvania

$ some education, the ability to read the laws cal exercise and unimproving companionship each person so examined, to be paid upon andcriumelessened by this action of the and other states, and land at Savannah -

which are enacted for the regulation of theo surround the growing youth, the natural receipt of certificate." legislature i in imposing a high license on the we have, going down to there Florida, stop, that over tropical a day garden or two

commonwealth, is essential to the well-be- tendency will be to selfish gratification, The fourth section provides that any per- sale of liquors, and on the sale of pistols and at Savannah, they are very apt to take those

ing and security of society. It is at best a self-assertion, bad habits, and disregard of son who shall continue the practice of medicine knives. There will be many counties in inland boats, because they are very pleasant.It .

strained and arbitrary exercise power, and the good opinion of others. College life without having first obtained said certificate Florida where not a single licence will be safe is;as but! pleasant they go as around river and navigation hang in and Rom-as

I' should be carried no further than the strict stimulates the mental faculties, while it also shall be punished }by a fine not ex-. issued for either purpose. ney Marsh and wait there! for the tide to rise.

limit of self-preservation. "'0 have in this leads: to comparison. The end of all learning ceeding$20O: or imprisonment not exceeding The .engineers! have, made_ survey of the
I r country too much implied power of taxation apart from its"disciplinary power, is the six months, or both, at discretion of the LICENSE AM PRIVILEGE TAXES marsh, aim they say that fr.ii.tiN O) Will cut a

t placed, too, In the hands of those who acquirement of the facts of science of his.toryofphiIOSOphyand court ; and, provided, that' it shall not applyto 1881 iA7* 1883. canal always through stick the, and part open of the the marsh whole wherewe navigation

I' are permitted to impose taxes which they of government The perutins tomporarily coming: into the The act for the assessment and collectionof and make it free and easy. The

t do not share in the payment. Obsta principiia value of everything proposed to the learner State; and further, thai this act shall not apply revenue prescribes the following license i Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat Company -

p J is always a good maxim in legislation. lies in its truth. The world of books and to physicians now practicing in this and privilege taxes : owning the boats on that line, whoseleldluartel'S

As the Obnen'cr says in the matter school the test of experiment furnish the criteria State." with 1. Keepers accommodations of, hotels! for and boarding-houses proposition which are in New I now York have. have before made me a,

: !' 'r ij legislation and taxation, "we have gone by which all allegations arc to be tested. We would like to know what this act really ers or boarders, $100 ; for twe'nty-fivo fifty or more to lodg fifty that .I will not stop to read which is that if

"i'f 1 much further and shall not go back. But This raises: the tone of the mind and produces 1 means. Its purpose, as disclosed! in the lodgers or boarders, $'iO ; for ten to twenty- Congress willappropriate$220,000ofthat: $31-

; ,,;,. it is time to stop-Democracy must not degenerate in the scholar a high conception of first !'('ctiollI'ellls to beta establish six med.ical five lodgers or boarders. $25 ; for five to ten arc G80 running they will boats take the there contract, and,complete because they the

into socialism or communism." the dignity of learning and u just self-appre; universities: to examine and graduate lodgers 2. Keepers or boarders of billiard, $10,; pin-pool eating-houses and ,ball-$10. job according to the estimates! made by the -

i; I elation as belonging to an educated class. persons not graduates of medicine," and pool tables, howling alleys, skating rinks, engineers for :$:;:!UOOO. In other words, this

.' THE PEOPLE LOSE TWELVE MIL I He learns to respect himself, and this: self- upon t the payment of five dollars to graduate and shooting galleries-each table, rink or steamboat company itself will contribute /
$11,G80 of the amount
LIONS. respect is of itself u help and defence against "any and all such persons." Five dollars is gallery 3, Dealers$15. in spirituous for canal through 1olllnIarsh necessary: to to have cut the the
liquors each
t 1 The veto of the funding bill will be regarded immorality,dissipation, and low companion certainly much less than the cost of attendance place of business! $300( ; dealers! in, vinous or inland navigation improved as it ought to

i \ by thoughtful and unprejudiced men Sill Xoblewe oblige becomes the healthful upon, a medical college, the professors malt liquors, for each place of business, $25.: be.Now
:p'l one of the most arbitrary, uncalled-for and motto of the collegian. He feels: )bound to of which usually receive from$30 to$50 each 4. Lawyers, doctors, dentists, druggists i the committee, I did that think I made when I went before

\J'o vicious acts which Mr. Hayes could have be what, from his mlmntag's' and his education for each student, and if fi\'c practitionersof druggist photographers shall!'not, etc.include; yrot'i, country&ml, merchants The term which I was entitled to a good consideration.case thereupon

\ pert tratl'tl. The direct loss to the country ho is expected to be. acknowledged skill and experience, and doing business three miles or more from any It is true it sounds a little strange to ask to

t; I is estimated at twelve millions of dolla .. If the surroundings of his college life are of five years practice" are willing to examine drug store, and also who do not sell, more to improve the navigation of u marsh, but it is

; .: The excuse Mr Hayes! gives is that, in his favorable to the development of his spiritual students in "anatomy, operative and minor drugs than three:llHlme.ticine hundred>1 ; provided dollars further.per annum That of that improve runs and the winds navigation: through of the the marsh salt river by

; ; opinion, one of the sections of the bill was and religious nature, as it is desirable they I surgery, obstetrics, diseases of women this section shall not be so construed to cutting a little canal across where it is impassable
J calculated to injure the national banks. Even should always be, then the power of an elevating and children,and the general laws of health"can permit any merchant to sell any kind of at low tides, so that boats can go

; .1: i admitting this to be true, Mr. Hayes: knew association; is a help to him by the be brought together whenever an applicant bitters: (containing spirituous r' alcoholic along hours waiting without for lying the titles.there six or twelve
applies!' and will examine him to i liquors without taking out a liquor dealer's The steamboat
well that the of those whom he get
perfectly Congress which is to example respects. license therefor; and provided further, That company now says; "Give us $20.000 of the
: assemble in regular session nine months We fear that our New South is becoming no compensation Ifhe fails, and the magnificent additional license shall be required of drug-no $31USO( the estimated cost and we will cut
,:. sum of five dollars I if he passes. All we Kistsforselling toilet and the canal, as estimated by our engineers
::j hence could have corrected anything the Republican too intent upon the material advantages, the other articles usually !, ,
< majority might deem to I wealth and business prosperity which can say is the medical profession of Florida kept by druggists.) A license to a druggist worth $31,080. As this private company
r shall propose to give over one-third oft the
permit him to sell amount
wines ,
IJ l > )tr. Hayes, certainly eminent deemed of so much importance as to lead must have plenty of spare time and value vinous or malt liquors, or mixtures,spirituous thereof,, 1 thought I made a good case before the

authority in the matter of finance, sets up too neglect on the part of parents and sons their s"T'i't''l'r low." otherwise than as a component part of a mix committee, but it seems they did! not thinkso.
'i. I'' his opinion us to the possible effect of one of that culture, which is: so iinpui taut to the The last section+ leaves the question open ture prescribed by a physician) except mixtures I that appeal from their decision, and I say
whet her who Is of made ofiicinal in the United States now I intend! at the proper time to otter
portion of the bill against the certainty of maintenance ofrl'ull'rogrl'!' and the lack any person a graduate Druggists! shall this Dispensatory. an amendment to appropriate $20,000 for
I license
twelve millions of dollars of which renders wealth and medicine can, after the passage of this law, each pay Homney Marsh and!
I being saved by Its mere prosperityof in county and for each place of busi- ; beg Senators on }both
I enactment, and yet Mr. Hayes was urged on little value to their possessors. Even: come into the State to practice\ medicine unless ness. sides Republicans and Democrats, to con- &.
he obtains the certificate\ of the Sewing-machine and! siderit favorably, North, East and West
: medical insurance ;
f of should their show little taste agents
the to the ,
., I score economy veto river and sons or aptitude in are all interested in
each county, and l for each it. There is probably no
board under of fine and $10
harbor bill, which proposed to devote ten I. for study, it is far better for the 1111- penalty i imprisonment insurance companies) to pay the company State ,$ IOO ; appropriation in this bill of like amount that
; millions of dollars to the improvement of rents who can afford it to send them into or both. commercial \' drummers for the State'; would do more real good to the commerce of
oj; .< the harbors and channels commerce. The the company of educated men in the halls We'l'utllre the prediction that the law will $25. the country than the $20,000 which you
be simply a ,1'ndlt.tter, or only used to foist: G. Land agents for the State, $25; ; auctioneers would put in Romney Marsh: to make the
of than to leave them to i idle
veto intended learning,
power was never or expectedto awaytheir license navigation free and
-$10, and one-half easy at all times. I
', 1'i. be used In this way by the framers four time at home uselessly and detriment into practice persons who ought not to be gross amount of sales. per cent on I the route by Warsaw Island. The island propose

': t constitution Mr. Hayes[ has never used it nlh'1 !school and college they will\ at admitted.It 7. Livery or feed stables, each county, has a beautiful beach, and it would afford
.': except la subservience to some party end. least acquire the general knowledge bcllt- is such legislation as this which encumbers I $20 ; more than five or ten horses, Or mule: I the build people hotels of Savannah an opportunity, to
Sim: O and
$10 additional
our statute i books.JllSTOlllCAL ; each additional summer residences on the!
He retires as no previous President has ever ing a gentleman,as well as the manners and 'five horses. island, which would then have speedy and

f I retired, without honor and without general deportment of a better class society. They IXACCUIIACIES.St. R. Each: circus for ('adleollnty $100 : theatrical easy communication with the City, which
I 1 respect. will\ naturally imitate a better class and acquire shows!: minstrels, or other traveling would be a great convenience to a largeclas.s
Augustine is 3(1( !) years old. It I is the exhibitions, for the first of our best people who
: day, $10 and ( their
The Journal of Commerce no menu authority something by absorption. The dress! oldest in ; each
city \lIIl'ril'Thl' history of the subsequent day, $.1 ; variety: shows, $:!U, summers near home, on a beautiful island,
j. J t, I says ; the manners, the bearing, the tact, will all ancient Spanish town is interesting and romantic 0. I''tldllnIoats, less than twenty tons, I m the midst of a fine, healthy sea breeze.
4 The party coming into power in the new have the Impress of the school, if it is high- as it was the tirst spot upon which $20 ; more than twenty tons, $30; hawkers I This would increase the health, comfort and ;
c) t Congress has taken a very grave responsibility !l- toned, as we trust all our best institutions of nah Spaniards AVic\ set foot in the State.-Savan- or pedlars on foot, $10; horse or cart, or prosperity of the people of our our beautiful
in postponing for another year the refunding \\' conclude then that carriage $2)-fish and vegetable boats and city. __ __
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learning are parent We find the carts not included.
t of a debt now pressing so heavily above in the Savannah .Xt'u'< .
ti, t ,on the industry of the country. There may can do no wiser thing than to send his We have also seen in the Union u i poster to 10. Butchers, regularly engaged $10. I, THE DEATH OF THE CZA11.
not be another season in the current decade sons to a first-class college, fortified by a parental advertise St. Augustine, on which is placed 11 1. Hanks, and bankers and brokers: $100 i The Emperor Alexander II., whose assassination -
11 when the be made with such advantage : in exchange, $25:
change can example and training which shall ; express companies, is announced elsewhere
to material interest and with the dates-settled in 112,18.91.Avery $400, was born
HO little disturbance every of general business and have established their characters on a strong cursory glance: at time "Ifistoryof 12 steamboat plying within the State, in 1818, and was therefore in his sixtythirdyear.

i + finance.! It is another sad instance of the and reliable moral basis. Florida" would have prevented such truneoiis $100. He came to the throne in 1855, at the
subordination of public good to the supposed --- 13. Merchants and storekeepers, $10-ex. death of his father Nicholas
SESSION L.-t ,,&, ttemenu.The (' female I., being then _
;! .' exigencies of (party jwlitics. A little THE e pt milliners, $5. in his thirty-seventh -
concession on both sides, such as true patriotism We are informed by the Floridian that the discovery of Florida is p:emerdlycrd 14. .Vo merchant, ttore-keeptr or other year, near the close of ft
'd ", demanded, would have resulted in the acts of the* last session will\ be published as iced to Juan Ponce de Leon, who mode landon thall keen fur lalt' or sell pistol", boivie-kn're*, oa// the Crimean war. The late emperor accom-
i Adoption of one of the most! Important financial dirk-it i ret without first paying a license of pUshed very useful
which has been usual in juuuphlct form. We had understoodat the 3d of April, 1512: in the latitude dollars many reforms for Russia,

in Congress measures since the close of the war.proposed the Capitol that these acts were to be included of thirty d'grl''ight minutes north, and Vo license tax has been provided fur lenn or I among the most notable of which was the

.. in the new digest about to be published went I ashore and made a formal ceremony of other yamet of ehauee, at they are prohibited emancipation! of upwards of twenty millions

ASSASSIXATIOX OF THE CZAR and hence would not be published taking possession of the country, but on the by late. of Serfs. Four previous attempts at assassination -

The great event of the pat week was the separately. If each succeeding session i* to 8th \Aprilet tail again, and went to the I Jto.uvcr MAUSII.U had been made.

1 assassination on Sunday last of the Empe- tinker away at our statute, we saw little use nouthward, having made no settlement any U very much to be regretted that the Alexander lit is the second son of the deceased -

rorof Russia.; The greatest monarch upon in having digest, which is only good to the where. -I I appropriation of$20,000 only asked: for Rom emperor, and was born on the 10th of
our globe was hurled,into destruction by the date of l its Ksue., The nit>>e.1Ul'lIt'xllClltionii of OoXarvaes, ney Marsh should hate failed to lie included I the March. W5, ascending! the throne at about
I ,I It same age a* his father did.

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ACCOUNT OF D.U-K: of Illinois, intends to vote with the .jioir v.tt.aUllITIOIXltaU. 1SS0. 1S81. ,

EAST FLORIDA Democrats, but the Kcpublican confidently ATElt..

expect that Ol'uerllflhone will unite with ,
WITH A Tin CKItKMO.Ml.s: : I1Y\ WHICH l'IU:III"'sT U\ll --
Journal.KEPT them and their four i'rospcctivccolleagucs! in FIKI.P WAS IXM'CTEn INTO OFFIlK.WA .

Inv the matter of organization: and that therefore IUXUTOX, Murch 4.-All Washington

JOHN BARTIUM OF Pini.uxarnu, at an early day they will be able, with was out at an early (hour, notwithstanding THE a ';
the storm, ,and lII 'women and childrenwere
the aid "fthe Vice-President's
Botanist to His Majestyfor : casting ,
hurrying! t through t the snow and slush
the Florida ; to reorganize the Senate, and thereafter retain from every 11irc'ltloll,1\1IIntl'lIt on reaching

uros control of Its committees! and patron Pennsylvania Avenue, to witness the inauguration -

A Journey from St.t Augustineup ; procession, or to the Capitol, to he
the River St. Johns. age.The present at thecercmonics: to take place there.
workingmen the \Va!'hington
The stands ('rl'l'tI'llnt'lIriou" points are capable -
'arll\re Very much pleased with the selection of seating I 23XX;; pcoplcj and every scat :
LONDON : I has: been sold! The variousdivisions' marched
of Judge Hunt for secretary of the
Sold by W. XITOLL No. fil St. Paul's t the t to .
naThey he is in sympathy with : along avenue according programme, FLORIDA MIRROR
,. Church-Yard, and WOODFAI.L, say UI\lll1t ll-M:: the head of the procession, passing -
Charin -Cross, them, and are confident he will enforce the around the south Wing, reached the r:1."t.I I
[Price 4 :Shillings.: ] eight-hour law. A delegation of the employes ern front of the Capitol. The Presidential

170.-, \ ( of the yard will wait upon the new carriage was driven to the lower entrance of I
the :Senate; wing, and the'resident.electnnd\
secretaryin a few days, and urge him to enforce :Senators; Pcndlcton and Thurman entered' I

St. Augustine, May 1, 1 j('j. the law. It is understood that Colonel the building and 'proceeded to the VicePresident's ,

Sit, Kobert Ingcrsoll and other prominent gentlemen room, where they remained: un '
1 til 12 clock! ,, As early as 10 o'clock! t the I
In of desire and will the delegation and
consequence your your accompany
crowds began to assemble: in front of the I .
purpose to bring to Kast-Florida: foreign pro- appeal to the !secretary give to thejmcchauics : platform. .. erected OUT the steps leading, to ---
testants, in case" I could assure you the landto and laborers of the different navy the main entrance, und at t 1U it was estimated ---Sq'W.E.A, 1- .J.\

be good, and fit for cultivation ; in an- yards their just dues. riO.OOO people were-'massed in front of i :,
the building.The .
swer to which, I acquaint you, that by order General (;rant and Mrs. Grant! breakfasted grand procession then 1 formed and I, ,I

, of the lords of trade, and virtue of my appointment yesterday: with the President and Mrs.( Oar- proceeded to the east front of that' Capitol l in i !

\ as surveyor-general of the southern Held at the White llou!
district of \orth-Aluerica,1 have made, of the day they spent at the hotel and received United :States :Supreme; Court and l the marshal '
ofthe District: Columbia, the committee I
since January, an exact survey of the land, a few ,visitors and in the evening of arrangements mid sergcant-at-arms of I 1'rn

; and sea-coast, from St. Augustine! towards dined with General Ilcnlc. It win expectedthat ) the :Senate; the President: and\ President / : '
the cape of Florida, us far as latitude 20. 10. till general would leave for New York elect, HI'lIl'ralrlhnr und Wheeler and tt
( members:' of the ::4l'lIa1l'II\111 House( of 1'cprcsentatives I
the special charts of which, as w'lIus a general last cvcning.but the programme was changed, members-elect, gnycrnorsand :.

map, with my journal, I have transmitted he having decided! to remain here :another l'X.Co'I'norflllfIatl'; :<, officers of the :Senate; I

t to t the board of trade ; :and make no day. and otHrcrs, of I tlic House. At t I lL''ti:!:: > the r !

doubt will be published for the instruction .ldmirdl'urteratlother, high, naval officers President: reached his place at the front of t I oJ'Ii '
: the platform' und took a seat, with Chief-Jus
of such as arc ofyourgood disposition.! You called upon :Secretaryhunt; in uniform i- tice \Vaitc upon/ his right and ex-President!

may inform those, who choose to become to pay their respects to-day. An Indiana Hayes( :, upon' t the loft, with :Senators; : :, IVndle- b I

inhabitants of Kast-Florida, at this favourable delegation did likewise. tOil',A lit hOIl\. :\11,1 Hayard.: while immediately o w V
behind !sat' his mother Mrs. Jarficld, Mrs.Hayes .
juncture of its beginning, that the first Secretary Blaine to-day had large number and Vice- !President Arthur. I

comers will have great advantages in the of caller He h\lll\: reception but little (General Garlield; was introduced by Senator H Hii 0 i iH

choice of their land. There is variety of soil second to that of the President. The department Pcndlcton and delivered his inaugural: II u''' 4it4' iI
address, after which Chief-Justice Waitc ad I I
with callers..
in Easto'loridthe; high lands, some very was overrun
ministered niiial: oath: to which GeneralGarficld ;
rich, with a clay foundation ; some less, with At the cabinet meeting yesterday there responded with reverential fervor,

ii sandy bottom, and some quite sandy : the was a general talk about the vacancies in a und\ then turned around to his mother and fcJOB !

first and second produce oranges sweet and large number of olliccH of the government, wife both of wlmm he !saluted with a kiss. .
A general !scene' of congratulation and handshaking -
!'ourlemolls, oak, ash, red !bay, spice-tree, many of them caused\ by the failure of re- I ensued, after which the Presidential ,tr e -

papaw-trcc, and pine ; the third sort of soil! nominations before the adjournment of the party' descended, 1'1'1I11the platform by a private : -_- 2 ._J.i

produces the cabbage-tree) the arboreous Senate. It was decided to l fill all vacancies staircase and proceeded to the Presi
in order that the whole dent's room, in the rear of the Senate chamber II
grape-vine, the plumb-tree, and opuntia, on early as practicable,
where a formal reception took place I,
which the cochineal worm is nourished.The machinery of the government may: be in .
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low lands are partly cypress! and tu- working order.

pelow swamps, partly fresh water marsh: There is some comment touching the fact

without any tree, except cedar, on the foot that Senator Conkling has not yet put in an ..
of the high lands ; partly saltwater marsh, appearance at the White Hou'e5! he has GETADIF i

full of the barilla, and the mangrove-tree.: not crossed its t threshold for over four years, U S1C1 igN ; '{ I,'

There is an inland navigation mostly thro' it is suggested that he may not know the 1 Sti

the whole province, by which the produce way there. When Senator Illumine went to ,

may be conveyed to the capes, or to St. the White House with General Garfield; on

Mary's river to the northward.' inauguration day, it was just! three years and
E r.
months to since he had visited N
seven a day
Abstract of a letter from a gentleman in August -
the Presidential mansion
tine, to his friend in London '

Slit, DEATH OF OEXKltAL XW.To IIas been In constant PRINTING HOUSE
'According to your desire, I made all pos- > ,
the Editor of the Mirror : use hy thu public f
sible enquiry about the proper place to take :
February ,
up tract of land ; but have not till lately, fur over twenty years, \), LS1
The sensation in
: was produced
been able to get satisfaction on that head. I and In the bout preparation
Paris this morning by the intelligence that

am informed, by a gentleman living uponSt. General Ncy, Due) d'Klchingen, had been ever Indented for UKSTOICIM1 1 1 The
John's, that the lands on that river, be- I
found dead yesterday at Chatillon, one of
on.11.11: TO J1's
low Piccolata, are, in general, good ; and I
his estate It t that
appears) ) on Monday
and that there is growing there now, good YOUTHFUL COLon AM) Assayer
afternoon the general left his' home, in the Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
wheat Indian and cotton that
corn, indigo, ;
Hue Monccau( : without saying where he L1N'L. / Ohan ,
the well for good t
indigo promises a crop ;
was going. In the evening his wife, alarmedat
and indeed there is all reason to believe, that It supplier the iiuturnl of Mass
1 his prolonged ellcl', informed the )prefecture fond and color to the hair I and
this will exceed cither Carolina (Georgiafor S
of I police, but the anxiety.lIf the family gland without Htulnliig! (ho '
climate is much less af- leadingPhysi
indigo, as our so
increased when Tuesday )passed without akin It will Incrraite aud I
fected by the frost than their I am farther
any news. It was only lasten'lIingthl\t the thicken (hi) growth of the
informed, by one of the principal plantersin luchc.se d'Klchingen received a telegram I hair, prevent Ito hlanihiiiffaivl ciansendorse

Carolina, who came here to take up land, announcing t that the corpse had been found tailing off, and thug FEltNANDIN1lrJiOltIDJ\
that above Piccolata, for 10 miles along the AVERT BALDNESS 'II and I .
at Chatillon, in a large underground room,
river, is as: good swamp, or rice land a* any where the general was accustomed: to practice \ recommend -

in Carolina : this gentleman is come to live t with pistol and carbine. The body lay It cureit ItthliiR, KruptloiiM it

here, as he finds t-Florida: much healthier extended on the ground, forehead pierced and Diindruff. An AHA I as a ,
than South-Carol and that it is so IK IUisSINO: it U
with a !ball, and the right hand still holding I ""
is the opinion of everybody ; agues and fevers j-lvln? the hair a tnnmph /
a heavy revolver. Two balls had, indeed .. .
very ---------- -
silken hoftneHS which all I I. '
disorders known here. Some
are hardly been received in the of the In I1edl-
I one region admire. It IterpH the head !
gentlemen are gone to the southwards, to a heart ; but it seemed to )have struck some I tieanect und health > CIne.
place called Mosquito, to take up land, as! I .
hard substance, us the skin was scarcely \... '- ;
there is great expectation of sugar; as, in fk 1Y.h.
touched. The other ball, however, aimedut ." '. ...
that part they never have any frost! and the T _
the right temple) had gone through theskull :::,
soil naturally produce the 11'est-India plants. and occasioned: instant death The disappearance ) !":-.. -' '-...'. .;"n'i.,. ,-.- Having added \ \\\\ TVI'i: A.\l> tit:\\ .-Ins: .us: to our ofllcc, und having
inconsiderable *# &* < 1: : \(, r
You will find your grant no ) of the Due d'Klchingen had! alreadyled u __ ..> '

matter, as it has all the appearance we shall to the most extraordinary rumors. Some f jszys fKIJ.I.I.n'OltKlII'! : : who know how to use the name, we arc now

make u figure here in time, if we arc proper-, HAMS
thought that he had been murdered, others CI1
encouraged from home. It is true, the that suuuemysleriuusduel had taken place ,\\ FOR THE DYE prepared to do any and every kind of printing.

bar of Augustine: is a great bar to our hopes ;
-for it will be remembered) that the general WHISKERSwill

it has a dreadful appearance to strangers, figured' as a witness! ut the Svoe t'IH' trial. rhang" the heard to a liltO\ 'N or
though if a vessel draws but eight or nine
Neither explanation now appears probable. liLACK at discretion. Inlay in olio
feet water, it may safely come over. duke has been found with his .
The jewelry preparation It !. easily applied, and
'It i is not expensive living here; all kind
and purse untouched, and the only person color that will
produce H permanent
cf is here than in England -
provision cheaper
who l.'oul)1aa\'o borne him u grudge is
; and house-rent excessive cheap, and! said to be out of the country. Immediatelyon not wash off.

good houses they are, though built in the the receipt. of the Had news, the chief of J'UtI..UttU JIVR FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD

:Sganish fashion, which is the properest. for thedetl'cti\'e police went to Chatillon for thepurpose P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, N. H, ,

this country.' Sold by all Du'Ors' 'In Mdlcln
: of beginning un inquiry into the af
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ii'Asni.tiTovirs.. fair. The body ofthe general was placed in TT1T 1) YoritSKLVKS; by making

a room on the ground ,floor above the place :.J MONEY I when a golden

Non ANI UOSJI'XTR..loN: TALK. where it was discovered, and will, in all chance: i U ottered, thereby always keeping
from door. those who always
To the Editor the Mirror likelihood, be brought to Paris' to-day. The poverty your f
'.. of : lake all\'untuSc the! jrood hanccs for making .
WAr UlNUTON, I), (,*., March 11.1S1.' reasons of the suicide, if such it is, are still money that are offered: generally become ._-,:'':

Humors arc in circulation that an extra shrouded in mystery. General Key, who wealthy, while those who do not improve An Neatly and HM heap UN any Ofllre In "'lorJtI .
such chances remain in "'verty. We want
commanded a brigade of cuirassiers! in the |
session of Congress will be called in May,
many men, women, l boys awl girls to work
but investigation fails to discover any relia- army of I'aris, was only forty.!ix years of for tit right in their own localities. The

ble authority or confirmation. Secretary uge. lie was extremely wealthy, and thoroughly business! will nay more than ten times ordinary

lilaine's attention was last evening called to enjoyed life, nor had he ever knowna wages.! We furnish an expensive outfit
anal all that you need, frct'0 one who
the published statement that he had said care, except the transient annoyance engages tail to make: money very rapidly.You ,
"an extra session would be called for May' caused by the trial to which I have already enn' devote your whole time to the -- -

"'\ 15th," and his emphatic reply was : I have referred. The Due d'.;I<'IlillgCII was the work, or only your pare moments. For.
Insinuation amid( all that N needed bent free.
of the unfortunate Marshal
made Mich and furthermore grandson Ney
never statement, Address NTIsw1Y t Co.. Portland, Maine. 0
and the son General Michel Ney, who diedat
have never heard the proiM>-ition dis
cussed. There is undoubtedly I growing Gallipoli in 1854. lie was also the nephewof AOTIC'i:.

current in favor of an extra session of Congrt" Nai>oleon Ney, Prince de U )(UHI Parties who )have been grunteil the privilege

"*. I hear several of the wiset-t l! oftheHepublican I kowa, the father of the DiichesM de I'ersigny. of hunting and killing 'jnail and other ;.{rlou'tllt"nd'ourortJentflJr PRINTING, IHNDIMJ and UULINO to offi.-e out-
guiueon my preuist'r! ,, ti-t well an' all other
leaders who have arrival at the i He had been most successful in hit military |1tt'fJllIII, are dfsirwl tu discontinue the pracpre side the State. Orders for either will receive prompt attention frolri us. Addreii: '
conclusion that funding legislation" Ii demanded I career, anil had been promoted to the rank &* 1 dual wish them killed out too w-

both by the public interests and by I general of brigade 115. In July, IWt' closely..: ___ __ JAMES: I_ i T. u'NEILL.Su1Lic7pnT'rhiIailtlILOIt. 1--I--LOIIH MlllltOIl.. "*; _

public opinion. I, the duke married the granddaughter ein- : f. PER

It I it now. definitely understood that Judge I rich Heine. ; 1I't"U.. U" i ', Fi-\.

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SWIMMING nr LA W. Fertilizer: ItailroiulCONDENSED *,/. On Mail and Express- Train Sleeping Cars G. 1'. AVERY: ,

Mr. Scelmchor's bill, authorizing the boardof __._ "0. __ ____ ,_ _. run through to and from Jacksonville and I ,

education of New York City to furnish couii> .* o..s: / : TIME CARD' Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping( Cars run
instruction in swimming and the use of life through to and from Jacksonville and Tal

h I preservers to the pupils of tho common ................................................................. or THE lahassee.
schools, has I passed the senate\ of the state. : : ATLANTIC OULF.t) WEST: INDIA> THAN- }) HUAltDINO( STABLES.CARRIAGES : .
the : FERNANDINA EXPRESS: : : (l lHtr.Y.)) .
Perhaps )people of this will LH'1my
country I ,ZtT FiitTILIiIt ,3i SIT RAILROAD
one day awake to sec the enormous wrong i i Leave Jacksonville..... ................11:15: A. )f. AND) WAGONS(
they are doing to themselves and their posterity ............... ................................................... PENINSULAR RAILROAD: Arrive Baldwin ......... ..................120::! I'. M. ; : and Tram! '
by such legislation as this.: There Is ((1I'ddo !Hrancli,) Arrive Fernandina...................... :3:40: I'. M. To and from Steamers

no more sense, reason, justicrorl'roprict IS THE REST ANDCUMBERLAND l..con Fernandina........................10:30 t :: A. M. CONTRACTS: FOB HAULING, ETC.
I providing lessons in swimming at the expense > ROUTE.In :. IjcavcHaldwin............................ 1:20:: r. M. FOIL d\LE' : ,

;, of the public treasury, than there rpHING for FALL GARDENS-it being Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35:: r. M. HORSES: HU(5MES.: HARNESS, I
would be in child Effect l\lruary\ Itt, 1880. Passengers Fernandina} and Cedar Key
furnishing every with instruction JL not only a perfect plant food, but will CARTS:! AND WAGONS. I
in skating shoemaking, driving keep all insects at a respectful distance. take this train. No train from Italdwin to i'f"TEHMS CASIL50Ortice -

horses, or pcdcstrianism. The same wrong For sale in any quantity, large or small, 001 XO HOL'TII. Cedar. Key on :Sunday.CONNECTIONS. ; ;. and Stable-First Street, near
s is done by furnishing lessons in the ornamental and country orders delivered FREE: on Leave Atlanta, ( : 2.15 r. M. : .-At Jtaldwin with A., O. ..tW. Hroom Street t Wharf. 19-tf i

J branches of education. The duty boats or cars. Vegetable growers, TRY IT. Leave Macon, fa! .......... 7.45; p. M. I. T. R. It., for Cedar Key, Gainesville -. -'-
and the right of the state are exhausted in GOULD & CO.. Leave Hrunswik! la.. ((3.15 A. M. and Fl'rnanlIina.l\llIl and ;f
4, I the line of education when those studies are G4 3m 8 W. Hay St., Jacksonville Fla. Arrive Fernandina, Fla...............10.15 A. M. West: ; at Lake City for Tallahassee, Albany, fI

s I taught, at public expense, which: are essential Leave Fernandina. A. M. Savannah, ami all points North and West ; i I I
; to the proper discharge of citizenship.First -------- ---- --- -- Arrive Haldw in, 1.25 I'. M. at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steamers

of all, moral lruction should he J. N. KOHSON it S0Merchants\, Leave Italdwin I; for Jacksonville\ l :-.-: 1.I50( p. M. j. :S: MCELROY( : GET THE BEST.

given ; then, and with it, n knowledge of the pr Arrive acksonvilleCum.( Route).. 2.35 1'. M.! W. M. IHyn>sox, Master! Transp'n.Superintendent. WEBSTEq tuaw
elementary studies. All is of doubtful --- .

propriety. We have gone much farther, -I I ConnnlH"lon, I Leave\ Italdwin: \\ -for Cedar:: Key:..::l..r>()-p.: M.: UNABRIOCEDITON grrxDI

and shall not back. Arrive Waldo (Junction. It. 11)) .. 4.11 r. M. OSVlLLE. I'ESH.COLASD
I, Hut it is time to stop. Democracy must LeaveV11l(1a. 4.20 P. M.
not degenerate into socialism and coniaiun- CHARLESTON, S. C., Arriveainesville.; ........ ............... 5.17 P. M. MTKH 'l'.U"' I'OItTATIOS'I: OFFICE:, }]
1 ism; It is tending that way when the pub. Leave Gainesville... 5.20P.M. TALMII \SSEK, Fn., February a, I80. J
,Si, lie treasury is made to pay the mns'c' master Arrive Cedar Kl' '. !).::10 r. U. On and after Monday, February 2, 1880, If you intend some day to getWEBSTER'S
I and the French and Latin ana Greek teacher CONFINING themselves strictly to their Trains to Jacksonville; and North of ]lal L- passenger' : trains of this road will run as follows UNABRIDGED

4st; or to pay for lessons! ia baseball, rowing signments. respectfully solicit con win! daily viz : ,

I or swimming. It is wrong, all wrong and GOING KOUTIf. PASSENGER; TRAIN-EAST:: BOU n. "DO IT NOW."

if this bill which has now !passed the Senate Leave Cedar Key. 4.15 A. M. Leave Chattahoothee..daily' at.... 201) J'. 1 f.

comes to the governor, we \none he will add Arrive Gainesville. 8.41 A. M. Leave Quincy.................... ...... 3221'. M. THE NEW EDITION
to his already favorable accord by putting a [ F K IIT I It I X i.: K S j Leave Gainesville.............. ......... 8.50A.M. Ieave'I'allahassce.............. ...... GOO r. M. Words
I veto upon it.-New York Observtr.PitOFESSION ----------------- Arrive Waldo (P. 11. R. June.). !.4S A. M. Leave Monticello .............. ...... 7 10 r. M. Contains over 118,000 ,

Leave Greenville ............. ...... 3000
Leave !).!il) A. M. 8 3R r. )I. 1928 Pages, Engravings,

) AND )EllFOlUI fNCE. This business has been our special) trade Arrive Haldvvin. I'. !M. Leave Madison .................. ...... 9 I 2G r. et. Four Pages Colored Plates,
for over twenty years, and we have endeavored Leave Live Oak...... ........... ..... 215A.M.!
., President Hayes cannotbe allowed to noseas to furnish our planting friends a PURE Leiv"cJ ackMolI"v"1l0CulII.nOl( t )..!1.15 A. )t.: Arrive ...... DOO I A. )f. 4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings,
a civil-service reformer on the eve or his Arrive Baldwin. ... .:\ I'. M. .. .
ARTICLE, and their continued patronage is Arrive Thml1mwillo ..... ... .. 055A.M. Biographical Dictionaryof ,
retirement from office. It is too late for him our best indorsement. are prepared to Leave Italdwin.....-::-.. :.= ..,:.:::12.10: r. M. Arnve Albany.................. .....10 25 A. )f. 9700 Names. I

to make professions which are flatly contra fill orders for all kinds of Fertilizers together Arrive Fernandina..... ................. 3.40 r. M. Arrive Lake City; ............... ...... :3 :35 A. M. over I
dicted by four years of practice. The public with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and Leave Fernandina....................... 3.45! p. .. Arrive a" ...... (0 25 A. M. The "ml) t bountiful. and complete Eng-ril
were misled by tho President's letter of acceptance Compound Acid Phosphate.J. Leave Hrunswick.............. ......... 8.00 I'. Jof. Arrive Jacksonville.......... ...... 750A.M. lJlctionnr). XH
and inaugural address, and took N. HOBSON it SON Leave 8.40 A. M. Arrive Fernandina........... ...... ::1 <40 I'. M. as times 3000 Engravings other nearlythrP.. H
as as
many any
I him at his!"! own word for a true friend of CO Charleston, S. C. Arrive Atlanta, 1.15) r. M. Arrive (Gainesville ............ ...... 501) r. M. school and family should have it
c/vil-scrvicc reform. Once in the Picslden- Trains to Cedar Key and South of Raid- Arrive Cedar Key............. ...... 930p.: M. constant reference. E
f tial chair, he did not allow this illusion to --------- win
daily except Sunday. GET THE STANDARD.
last He made it that
long. soon apparent
p the reform of the civil service would receive H. J. BAKER & BRO. IJI EN I NSU:! L AR RAILROAD, Leave Jacksonville ......daily at..... 5 30 I'. M. Sate of Webster's is over 20 times the S
little earnest attention at his hands. After ( Waldo Branch.) Leave Fernandina........... ......10 30 A. M. of any other series of Dictionaries.
two ostentatious emits Leave Gainesville ......... ..... ...... 902 A. M. The "hI ,hept" authority the Courts in TAn
making one or !' to GOING SOUTH. Justice Watte.
initiate a system in fulfilment of his pledges Leave Waldo Junction....... ......... 0.00A.M. Leave Cedar Key .............. ...... 4 30 A. M. almost universal-Chief authority dccid- /l

and provoking that opposition fiom machine 215 PEARL STREET, NEW:YORK Leave Hawthorne....................... ;.40 A. M. Leave Baldwin: ................. ...... 700P.M. ing the meaning of words. .
,. l politicians which he was foredoomed Arrive Lochloosa........................ 8.10 A. M. Leave Luke City ............... ...... !940 r. M. No other Dictionary has been bought by
to encounter the President the attempt Leave Savannah) ............... ...... 4 :30 1'. M. any State to supply its Schools. N I IDlctlonaryon
in From that gave time up there GOING KORTII. Leave Live Oak................. ...... 2 15! A. M. which nine-tenths of tho
despair. on
Manufacturers of Leave Lochloosa.10.00A.M. Leave Madison ................. ...... 351A.M.Leave of tho country are based. D
was no longer even a hollow pretence of try Leave Hawthorne.:.............10.45! A. M. Greenville; .............. ...... 4m: A. M. In tho Government Printing
ing to improve his the civil service. In a large Arrive1'aldo Junction...............12.15! p. M. Leave Monticello( .............. ...... fi 00 A. M. Washington. Jan. 1881. A
number of nominations the
the Presidentset Trains from Waldo to Lochloosa and return Arrive Tallahassee! .;.,....... ...... 7 00 A. )f. Recommended by Stato Supt's Schools in R
at naught first principles that should and 50 College Pres'ts.
-+-CIII 'IIC\L FERTILiEICS.-.s- Tuesday, Thursday and atlJ'llay.COSSECTIOSH. .
such rfieform. to Leave TalahassC! .............. .... 8 :30 A. M. that has been In
He-appointed high placed more
and govern responsible offices at home: ana abroad Leave Quincy.................... ......10 OH A. M. Dictionary ,000 Public schools in U.S. D
who had I ATLANTA. Arrive Chattuhoochee........ .1 .....11 30 A. M.
men no claims to hono and IS IT NOT THE STANDARD ?

v trusts but those arising; from party Close connection is made \tlalltll.Oa.., ('O SECTlOXS. Published by 0. &C.MERRIAM. Springfield, Mass.
anal from valuable assistance:: rendered{ in in and from all points North, East West and At Live Oak daily with the Savannah, Also Webster's National Pictorial \
counting in Mr. Hayes, and not a few of Northwest daily Florida and Western Railway: to and I from 1040 Pages Octavo. 600 Engravings.

4 whom were unworthy of ofllcc under any .. -- AT JUC'OX ti\., Savannah,, and all Northern, Eastern: and
administration He remembered and rewarded rORANGE-fit With Trains for Eufaula: Columbus\ Ga., Western: Cities.
all the visaing;; statesmen' a'id Montgomery, Mobile( ) and New ()i leans. At Lake City daily with the Florida Central -

manipulators of returning: boards, most of Railroad to and; from Jacksonville\ St. .
whom were a disreputable set of IIIl'n. and With New York and Fernandina! Steamship Augustine', Palatka, Enterprise: and Landings -

wholly unfit for a public trust. Had he been I ;.f1XlTlU .. Line from New York on Wednesday.\ at on (tho Johns/ !! !River.: THE: TIMES FOR 1881.Tho .
At Haldvvin with the Atlantic
a genuine civil-service reformer ho would Ip 10.0a.:! in., and for New York on Fiidav, at3.10p.m. daily Gulf Tliim; will enter the New Year with alarger
have missed no occasion to uphold the standard : .; (from Nassau, N. 1', on Wednesday and West India'I'ruisitlluiltvay'tnandfront1't'ruutliua : ; circle of regular; readers than it had at

y of fit.ichs for olllco which he had proclaimed ; ; for Nassau: N. 1'., on \Vcllncsday.'ith \ .. Gainesville; \ :, Cedar Key, and any previous period of its history, : and. the

'" so often before his election. His A :Most Superior Article, under our own \% Georgia/ and Florida Inland Steamboat Havana.At withh'amc.r'o1: for Tampa, Key West and impOl'tllllt'l'lIt of the next year must
) appointments would not have comprised so Co. from :Savannah on Tlll'sc1a"c.t1 htcs- : i Chatfahoochco three times
many that were highly; questionable or undoubtedly Special Formula.COMPLETE day, Friday"'unll'tuldnv: ; for Savannah on t weekly with journalism.
the Line and (Central
y bad.-Xew York Juur.tal tif Com'incrce. Tuesday, !Friday and :Sunday.:: People's Line Uoats to .\ new administration: he inaugurated; ;
{ and! Iron. Columbus/ Eufaula Fort Gaines
__________ With Charleston Steamers (S(. John's and \I'uladli'ola, and other, River\ new political occasions will erc'ate'lIcw political
City J'otnt) from Savannah and Charleston Landings. \ Unties ; the great c'oIlJlIIl'rdallUlIl industrial
1 JIEAL BST.ITB IJ 0 0.11. Wednesday and Sunday: ; for Savannah and J: Elegant Sleeping: and! Parlor Coaches: prci.sperity: of (the country must: stimulate
( Wnodniir/ and l Lucas l'ate'ntI'ulI clailIlc.
There has! been great activity in the real Charleston )(nlllla\' ;and\ Friday. t Tallahassee Jacksonville. progress' and thrift in all section, and

estate market during the past week. .\ number With Steamer J'lum daily' t to and from St. u. : time the tendency political' power will he toward
of sales have been made in dillcrentpor- y. MANURES ll Marv's, Ga., and semi-weekly to and from K-Juiek. > EDGAR! (connection N'LIET\ ; perfectsalety. ) corruption; and despotism, as it ever is

tions of the county. Around Ocala the following :SI:: Mary's River Landings. :_'O.t tf Master TrUI: : The Morton criticism: of authority by and plenty.
are reported : grove, AT Hvtnvviv ri.\ --- ---- --- peace
on Silver! Spring Run, sold by Messrs.!! Dunntt With Trains for Live Oak, Tallahassee\ and! The Tliuitill he in the future, as it has
Brown to Messrs. Atkins, Liimbcrry it Foil Ev.n1..Alm: Cuor, all points in Middle( 1n(1'c.t 1 : Florida. been, in the past' ahsolutcly independent of

Trimmer of New Jersey. Price paid, $10- AT IIX'1II.OOSV:' ..\., political parties, hut earnestly mid! fearlessly
000. This is a valuable ptmperty, and if With Steamer .111 ht for all points and i devoted to integrity and patriotism in our I
there i anything in orange culture, i is worth Prepared on scientific principles to supply p landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular LANDRETHS' : state.Miian.ship: and! to the freedom and sanctity

all the money paid for it. Mr. 1). C. Acosta the exact plant food for each Railroad Train.AT of the hallot. Dependent party organs
\; has' also sold fifty acres on tho Spring Run crop, so as will continue tc bobble about party nu'n and

uncleared but tiJl'I.nc1ul't'll for orange cul to produce large yields per acre. C UXKSVIU.i: :, FL.\., 1 party; measures ; to uPl'rc':>pervert or deny
i. ture. Tho price paid was :$50 per turn }Ir. With StajeLine: fur Ocala and Tampa on SEEDSe BEST the truth when party interests: demand it,

1 O'Neill, of Syracuse, New York, was... tho Monday, Wednesday and Saturday ; from 1184 1tao6.oldmYourtown. 1881 and to lavish: tho regulation l praise of the servant -
Ocala and Tampa Tuesday, Friday and Sun can them bJ mai4 Drop to the master hut the
a purchaser. Colonel S. M. (L Gary disposed ALSO DEALERS IN ns a fhntal Card for Cat*. ; growing intelligence
c of thirty acres of "mixed" land taken from day. Ingna and Prices. f'h.Oldest and moat.xten.la.6.e,1 of the age daily multiplies the readersof

his Howard tract to Mrs. Manly and Mrs. AT CKDVK K.'J.: ..\., DAVID Grown L.L thf 1'lffll1ll1lu.DUETII&sONsr uzrnA..p ,. the independent newspaper, and the journals
4 Marshall. Tho former from Kentucky and PRIME AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS ; With Tainiiu' Steamship: Co.'s Line fur \\hich best reflect the rapidly-increasing
the latter from South Carolina. The price Tllmpanel Manatee Monday Thursday.. independence, of the peopleilfhc\ tlie great
paid for this was $30: per acre. Other sales at1 1'. in., and for Key West: Sunday and American journals ot the future.

arc reported in different parts of the county, SULPHATE AMMONIA. Thursday, at (5( p. in. The 7Ytaim> to reach the highest !standard .
With the United States and Havana
Fast -- -- -- of the independent
some of which may be found under the --- -- -- novvpapcr. It fc'ar-
head of l.akoVcir Items." There is a : Mail Steanur.ldrniral! fur Key'\'est, Havana, lJnderluhting.ft. I lessly opposes: corruption' and rings in all
great boom in real estate, and the clerk and ACID PHOSPHATES: Cuba, on arrival of Special Train, everv Tuesday __ -0 __ parties:'!, whether in city state or nation. It

his deputy are constantly kept busy recording afternoon, at 4.30 p. m. From Havana, 31. IIIM: >IKSO.\: opposes every form of imperial political

3 I deeds.-Oculti Manner MURIATE OF POTASH, Cuba, and KeyVest: every Saturday. Special domination, whether represented hy an individual -

train to connect. !hy a !faction l. or by a party! Jt opPOSC.S -
---- -- --- -- ------ With Steamer! Enterprise, fur points the
1 HtIN : sectionalism" North and Smith as the
New Advcrllscmcuts.
i :SULPHATE: OF SODA, Suwannee River, on Thursdays at (> a. III. demon of the Republic, and itdt'mandshub-
rt For information respecting: routes rates, i lic
: : tranquillity and (the supremacy of liberty
''i obtained for new inventions NITRATE: OF SODA, etc., apply' to and law fur every citizen of the Union.
.i a : 'f or for improvements in old A. O. \cDONELL: The Time will begin; the New Year
.. ones. Caveats Infringements, Trallc. larkll Gcn'l I Ticket and Puss. Agent. strengthened in all of its already exception.ahly -
t and all (patent business! promptly attendedto. SUPERPHOSPHATE LIME, n. E. MXVVELL, Gen'JSupt.) 21FLOHWA strong departments. Its AnnaU of the

I 0 INVENTIONS THAT HAVE HEEN: vv ar will he, (,()continued the weekly edition,

g ?. p f 1UJ1XT'fEI)11111): : still, in most! cases, bo }patented SULPII ATE MAO NESI: A CENTRAL RAILROAD. with specially interesting: extracts: therefrom
;: / by us. 'Recite the V. S. Patent 11N1)IItT.lICER.: in the other editions and t theeontrihutorsof
i i I Office, and engaged: \ in PATENT HUSINESS JACKSONVILLE, FL\, March 10. 1&7'J. 18S1 to this important failure of the
On and alter! this date Trains: on this Road FIFTH ST.. FEItS.SIHS.I"LA. paper
EXCLUSIVELY: will be from the
we can secure pat. most
\ dNtiiuuMicil: soldiers
Strictly Pure Ground 110... .
,t l 9 cuts in less time than those who arc remote will run as follows : and civilians' of the North find Smth. Its

", .,,- from 'Vushington.When DAY PASSENGER: : (KxcKPt: : StNDAv.) ll) URIAL WOODEN:ROH1X COFFINS; METALLIC I CASES, large list of contributors in this and in for.
Inventors bend model sketch eign countries will be
make search in the Patent Office or and Our circulars give fulll'articnluntI are Leave Jacksonville 8.30\: A. M. I Telegraphic orders\ promptly attended to.: its reliable news inure than maintained:
we correspondence! Is
mailed free to all } plicant4. They contain leave Haldwin 0.30: A. M.L'avo 37-3iii unsurpassed
advise as to its patentability free of charge. will\ by that of any other journal of the
information that I ho of service to those:' Lake City .:...11:33:: : A. M. -
Correspondence confidential fees reasonable Fertilisers. 3-4m ; Leave Live .. 1:00 HS"to-,' ., ,ur.. country ; its various departments: essential
I UNLESS buy ing or using: : 1' :M. ( uiul ) '' to
complete fur
; newspaper the home and
Arrive at Savannah 8:15\: I'. :U. --- --
a I EST IS OBTAINED: family circle arc constantly enlivened
Leave Savannah 8.00\ by
refer ermission to the Postmaster : A M. *\7 nnOTIIEU, fresh writers and it
) I I'e by i> City l'ostO.lce Notice. Leave Live : 5.55: p. M.Ixnive STIL1:1'.T1 will maintain the }101oI-
.. 1 and to tho Superintendent of the Lake City 500: r. M.Ix :cH-ond Street, opposite Post-Office tion it has won solely on its merits, as one
; ; 1'ost-Otfice Money Order Division in Washington. Office JIaurt-Ftom 8:00: A. M. to G.OO; r. M. of the most reliable and complete
> .....
Haldwin 7.05 newspa
For special references, circular, advice Money Orders and Registered Letters from ave : p. M. pers of the world.
Arrive at Jacksonville\ ... 8 05
\J I terms, etc., address 8.:00 A. M. to 1:00 p. M? and from 2:00: p. M. ; r. M. TERMS:! : DAILY-delivered by carriers for
.d C. A. SNOW & CO., to 3:30: p. M. Sundays from 10:30: to 11:30: A. MAIL AND l XI.mlhIL( \..) twelve! cents a week ; mail subscription,,six

2-tf Opp.Patent Office, Washington, DC. M. and 3:30: to 4:30: p. M. Leave Jacksonville....................... .: ) p. M. i dollars a year, or fifty: cents a month :
__ -- ARRIVAL AND DKPARTUBK or THE MVIL8. Leave White House.................... (>:.15 p. M. age free. Suxmv: KDmojj-Double: sheet\ .
FOR NAM A'ortAmi J/atf-Arrives daily at 10:30: A. M. Leave Haldwin. 7:001'. )I. two dollars a :\' l1r.l'o| .., !::free ; ,singlecopies,,
I"! I Closes 3.00 p. M. Leave Uarb\\.llle...... ......... ........... 7:2. p. M. four WKEKLY-l'ubUshed Saturday
I HOUSE CONTAINING Southern Mail-Arrives 3:30: p. M. Leave Sanderson......................... s.:<)7 >*. M. morning, two dollars a year every live
: ADESIRAHLE Closets, front Piazza, Closes 10:00: A. M. Leave Olustee: ....,... 8:43: : p. M, copies I. SS ; ten copies :*15; twenty copies;
i large Yard Orange, Lemon and Banana St. J/urv'att Trees. Centrally located. Good title, etc. Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M.Clases Arrive Lake City.,.. tt:30: p. )I. of a eluh.

For further particulars, inquire at this Mondays and Thursdays at 8.00 A, M. Leave Live Oak........... 2:15: ....M. .Address TILE[ : 'run| :5,
office. 4-tf S7. Marif, (hi., only- ArriveTallahassee! 7:00: A. M,
Philadelphia I'a.
l __ ___ ___0- Arrives Mondays and Thursdays! at :oot.. Arrive Albany......?....................10:45: A. M. ---o .-
FOR Tuesdays and Fridays at 2.30 1'. U'etln'stlaysnnlSnt'(1ays Arrive Savannah... IOI'; } A. M. .jc TRY THK: ---- ,
SAM '\ at 0.00: .\. M. Leave Savannah .... 4::30: p. M.

\ DWELLING HOUSE CONTAINING Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, leave Albany 4:00 p. M. NEW YORK OBSERVER
1nine rooms, well finished and furnished, Fridays and Saturdays at 2.30:: p. M. leave TullahasMt' 5.11': M.UMve ,

with lot of land 200x250 feet, never-failing .UIL. T. RlPltlLL P. M. live Oak/ ........'.":. :'a5.t.: M. STOVlis: ;, HlLXTKltS.: n.\ THIS YEAR.
well) of water, tank capacity sixty barrelsgoodbarn --- lease Lake City 3'i: ) ) .t. :M.UaveMt. Glms.

and out buildings, number of orange #1O Reward Currle... 4l: .\. M. TIN) IMI SIIEIT11ONVA1E: : ; :, Tilt MMEXT AXfl JSKST FAMILY
and jig trees twenty-live varieties of roses ; lx>aveOlustci l .. 4:40: .\. M. J'-tPAK ITJ1K WOULD.
other flowers and shrubs too numerous tot Will be given for \proof to convict the one ,*'."'' /Srtiidersoii............? 5:20: .\. )I. lWlWIXUSH (GriTERm!, -

:. mention. For further particulars apply' to who destroyed the sign board on the l-inilc tense Darby tille..,........... 5:55' .\. )I. CL'CFMHER: WOOD PUMP, ETC plt'N'r1l1; for Sample: C-Ol'-Free."ti1:
MRS. }:. MURL1I\ post: near the railroad shops. Leave 1t.Vldwin.a.\ ... G.40: *. M. A large>tot:k nf Movw on hand Give -
On the premises at Old Town. \\'. F. SCOTT, IAHIVO White House..................... 7:05: A. M. a rail\, and compare our prices with those us
: Fernandina, Fla., February 18S1-3m. Road Commissioner, Fcrnandina'Dist. Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50 A. U. oilier houstis, here or ewhere. of NEW YORK: OBSERVER
I L !" v 37 Park How, New York.

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1'L O1l I1).t lilt.l Nt:PS. "What will the best soil produce? empty stomach.. The pig will quea1' the o. N. (),ILLS: ( rorcripM! and Pros talon!*.

t"I. We find the following In the Iloston Her* Answer-You can put it in sugar-cane and horse will paw his stable floor, and the whole -. .
; make from $:.OO to $300 an acre on every animal creation will show itself restless!' and AND hIiiLU1U; IItS. A\M; 'CJ.\lUU .
aid. Disclaiming being "an eminent authority crop. In Irish potatoes, it is better than the ill nt ease until it i* prepared for sleep by i\ PIONTUACTOU.

j on theonmge," wccnnlinntliostate famous West-India which gave to northern full stomach. And with an empty stomach MA\f'F.tCll'ttY.9 ST., f ur. CEXTUH AI.ACIIUV,

went, received ,liy the correspondent from produce dealers the "Hermud.i., ,l'," man can only be coaxed: to his !
r+, us to the product of the tree and it will make sixty to eighty barrels. long training, and this is what \\e mean: bj" TUUNKD: 1ULUSTF.11H, NKWKI.S: FK11NANDINA} FLA. :
average These things }pay no duty at our port, and the "prevalence" of n contrary habit. /\ STAlll 11AIUS, WOOD KAVliSTKOIKJHS -
Of course the product per acre wl1IIl'Pl'IHl\ po to market on the 1 finest railway system in large j Proportion of even the human race SIIKATH1NO, tW.U.KU IN THE :
on the Inlrkl't'alue of the fruit. Two dollars America, under the most energetic and careful mu..t be fed before it will sleep. The angels WKATIIKUnOAKl).

per !hundred on the tree, we think, is management. The onions, cucumbers, cannot sing the human infants to ISO .\MI LOOK Choicest! FrultH and YcgetablcH.
tomatoes, cabbage, of which, heads are reported sleep with its stomach empty. Paregoric INO. ::1
too high nn estimate, hut c\'cnat$11'l'rhun- at from fifteen to twenty-live pounds, may ! 1 (red, and $420: to the acre, it is quite profitable all do finely. lcan? pea' : rice, tobacco: alone \will give it refreshing: slumberWe Slalr and C'hurch Work 11

enough ('ornlIIakc from hn'ntto thirty bushels.!' : say "sleeping: as sweetly as an infant," lUiss" Harden Seed, Flowers, Farm and $
culture in Florida amounted Hananas(: with from one hundred to twohundred because t that sleep alone is: 'normal, and recuperative A :SPKCIALTY.DOOIW I II Garden: 7 tfAGla..t
The Implements.!
orange I __. ,
and null full stomach
twenty pods: }per bunch more which i is taken on a ,
j' little before the
to or nothing "war. -
methods found theirtvty of them than one wishes: to write of with the and this i is a characteristic: of a childlike repose ; AND WINDOW l FUAMKSOF ; I l'ItIlXU.B.Hnms ( ;
} industry and have
; expectation) of credence.The Sleep and\ digestion! are hand maids ALL SI2KS.Post .
into the State since and this cultivation
; a remarkable impetus., gave Ten years "light hammock" is often valuable, that assist each other. Nature teaches this Ofilce Hox!: 174.juul AND f CONFKCTIONKUS: 1 ;

producing all \'nrietic'lof'l'gl'tahll'I very lesson, a* drowsiness!' is the natural :semicnce Fernandina\. ,
,{ even the product amounted to but little. )
ago Now it brings millions\ to the fct.itc, and its successfully with fifteen to twenty bushels of of u wholesome meal. It is not only our rnoicR .j
f )
increase for the next ten can hardly be corn, :Spanish: tobacco of a high grade, cassava "opinion, but our experience: that eating J.\ ,ns: MrUIFI'IX,
estimated. (Jeneral Cameron years was taken byH : etc. The Jrl'at'altH' of such land is the last thing before retiring I is the true the Jroccrlow", C'lgarw, and ToliaccoN." I
k and for the citrus family, or the many varietiesof ory. Those not accustomed to it, who gi O N'CILICTOItANI)11VIhi)1l1 t : ,
ex-Senator:: Yoke, n friend former associate C
orange and its kindred. A grove can be out to a late dinner and come home stutlW TONI!> FANCY AKTICLRS.Weddings ; .
who represented' Florida in the Senate
thirty-live, to the largest established in nine to ten year*, be worth and uncomfortable of course do not understand Alachua: Street, between Second and Third, j l
years ago, sec orange from : ) to ) in that it. unaccustomed hour Knfcrtuinmcnts: and Picnics
: at
in the world. This the first time jINX $1,200: per acre }period, Hating ,
grove was and pay ii better percent. on value than must be practiced' with!, caution .\ mouth FKUN'ANDINA, FLA. furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-bot \
thl'hud met since :\1r. Yulee left the Senate -
must! of northern farmer", or cotton planters- ful or two of wholesome food I (not cake nail Orders and estimates from distance carefully tom prices: at :
for the South in ISm, and the renewal ol
get. pastry: ) at first: may be followed, on successive : attended to. :25-tf .\ nJoIS: HAKKIIY J
the friendship between the two has been one
is to set out of days additional until Centre t Street
approved plan, groves: by provision a ,
of the pleasing incidents of the in Flor
stay the sour orll1tock, four to five years old. hearty ineal'i taken just before retiring. To riomi :23:I Opp. old 1'. O. Huilding. ;
ida. Colonel and invitedto :
Duffy myself
; were 0
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and Then bud with two year old selections (as sleep) well the blood must leave the heat: -- -- --- --
the did
so. Long
accompany party, directed from :Merrill's and to the stomach and to digest the ( /IIMumrr
before we reached the toward by correspondent go ( : ; : JIWIMIY.FKOM : : .
great grove, Island, on'the (,.Jitnrlalpa e of the Florida food well the same process I is necessary. The
which we were tending there were patchesof
t trees to bu seen, on side Dhpalch, date of July :Ill, 1870)! ), the buds: to sleep into which one who is trained to tin (., FISH SOALK:, "
orange every many be taken from the choicest fruit. :Such a habit, !may sink with his stomach: empty\ is
of them with the golden fruit still hanging
t'n'ar old has income like the sict'i. exhaustion and Iol10t
grove, at paid' an \
to the branches. Beautiful flowers bloomed SKA: Im.S:1': :.S1IKLL.,
of nitl which is cent the of refreshment' and
$1,000 an twenty per give sense : recovery,
in the black muck and earlyetabll's werejust
on $5,000, and. each tree is worth fifty dollars that comes. from rest': t with u stomach that is
springing up. A little later the train PALM NUT, ALLIOATOll: 'I'li
in proper\ condition for it. We have tried il
dropped us in the midst of 73,1-00
orange "What of common pine lands, ?" Tho esteemed for filly years (borrowing, the ilea from XI1.tlll'1
trees, covering over 400 acres of ground. A Also, F1':.1Thlhlt; FANS: AM FF.AT1IKKFLOWKUS :
I correspondent t of this paper' from earliest: t lessons: ) and I ha\c: recommended
perfect viidencessOforange' trees apparently Merrill's: I,laudagain says that these lire it to many others, and we know whereof : OKANdK: STICKS, This space reserved for

not regularly cultivated, but with just care as ,nature certainly had: not sown planted the peculiar- suited to the giuvu: cultivation we speak.-,1araal' of n"'I/// SKA SHKLLS; KTC. A. 15. NOYKS, Onoi-en' AM Sun CIIA:'
wild seed 'The wild luxuriance of nature I lie says: that a tree three years old will yieldhalf who i is too busy\ : to write an advertisement.T ,>
For sale and made to order.
a bushel, and two bushels: at live year: :*
had however been curbed who in SOUTH 1'LOllIUA COLOX1'
by man, ,
old.. Two hundred, grown trees will'pay\ T. W. ANNMiY,
honey of wealth, had urncd vinegar into $100 to the aetThis fruit N a ! 10 Centre bet. Second and Third.
and, by grafting on the sour trees the South Florid.i; metal llnd'1Hallin: St.,
for the peach' and blends the flavor of the Colony : _. ,
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finer sweeter varieties, had snatched from peach and t thetr.iwberry. It is the only fruit this village.: The meeting waenlled: to order
imiT.! u $TYITZ.C.
the wilderness income of c.
an over $10,000 a
Dr.) 1'nrtcr. ll. C. Hand elected chairman
on earth from which the jelly ofl''erkillli by wu!
year. General[ Cameron rambled with us of fruit can imitated, although! the; factories and '1'. libbons; !ll'crC'tut'h,11 the following 11\ ItT A (;().,
over the place, all of us plucking the golden officers elected ; l ballot for the
of Staten Island I, New York, have done were by
fruit arlltbitllln, and imagining ourselves: in Importers and Wholesale: Dealers
wonders! with the apple 'Flue guava is more ensuingyear :1'residentGeorgeliall: ) ; Vice-
the veritable Garden of 1.tl'lI-earth: air and delicate and, like alspicc among spices, is: u I'r\' ith'lIt, H. I'. Rand: ; Secretary and Librarian

sky, soft, balmy, and ethereal, combining to natural combination. It is eaten from the ll.! II. Iloughton ; Corresponding! ; Secretary foreign, mul DomcMllcFriillN ---..--.--- --- .

fix the illusion, and were only brought backto tree, is: prized\ with milk and sugar; is a luxury It. P. Porter ; Treasurer, J. II. Car' ; T 1C Y
realization that miles from 'r1r't
a we were fifty in tarts and pies' and while too delicate roll. I XiitM, etc.,
our hotel by on exclamation from one of our The articles of will be
for transportation while fresh, a factory incorporation published )
"H y jove, we're lost l'' The fact soon I or'thc !! in full in this Nos. flr, 7 and f>!) Market Street: ,
,became Island Grove is making: up the crops paper as: soon as they
all and think of
apparent to us just i Indian river, and there are to be others. are returned from the office of the secretaryof 1\
it-you who arc bound by bands of thick- C1IAULKSTON': SOUTH CAROLINA. .
pine-apple has been called "the king! state. We shall also publish the general l i
ribbed ice-lost in nn orange grove in Florida fruity plan and of the far
of ami deserves the title. It i8 ni.l purposes colony so as FAMOUS
I icncral Cameron enjoyed the joke, and that an acre holds: 7,04Xand that the plants: they are at present agreed tll''e will Consignments; of Jo'I.IIIUIIOKNall
busied himself eating the fruit plucked with preparation of the ground, and labor, cost mention in iugthat theartirlt'snfngreentent solicited, and prompt returns made., (ki010Lcgal ;: Flour.

his own hands. Many of the trees were laden $150. The second year's crop of :!,IIC"' pines bind t the colony to settle on a :salt water -. Prepared
with fruit of immense size and beautiful is: worth $200:! and $500) dollars after that front on or near the ft'a'oa!
color, although much of the crop hud been The \pine land will also: bring fine grapes, peninsula.: They expect to engage in fruit Ad' crtINcnIeIItM... .. ,
gathered. One of the tempting sights i in the both for box and vegetable growing. looking -
and this industry, fur They are .
l grapes ('lrcult'our( of'tlio UniteAorllicrn ShaC. ONLY FIVKCKNTS: : PKU POUND
was the fruit, of great size and : "" '
;grove grape market, and for wine, is vet in its infant for health, a good location for inter board ,
beautiful lemon color. It i is said to be the 1 District" of Florida.AUISTII .
stages.: Florida will one day make its: own ers, fine fishing and hunting grounds, and I
i forbidden fruit of the Harden of Eden. It is wine, and may rival Ohio and California in l:1ntls1'ouitahle for oranges: limespine-apples >K.S })OlHlY.TT, KocetviT,
useless, except to look at and for preserving, not this and bananas and where tomatoes' and
if in See !
excellence quantity. on eggplant "
ATi.ANTi.V'dL'i.F.t } 111/1" .1. (5-tf h A'1' OLD I' O. IIUILDING.ii.
although it is eaten by some. It has a sour, TIIK WKST: ,
in want land (for
the, first ilon.ll'lu'l' of the ripen February. They
point, page, .('ortl'
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insipid!! taste. Lemons of immense size IXIUA TUVNSIT COMPANY.TOTICK -- -
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Dispatch of November 19, I 187!), and November $l.2.i:! per acre, and they propose to connect
growing upon small trees, now and then :20, of the same year. The scuppernong themselves! with a market in :a forty-foot '\ (' : IS:\ HKUKMY: ; fI1\'I'S.! : THAT i-:. UO'I"I'Eltlat: .
lotted the orange orchard. After an hour will do for the I first moderate experiments.: steam launch.-i'larciiiont (Minn.) C spent in looking over the grove, we, one by How much cold can orange trees: bear /" tall ahovc-namcd company, extending from the
one, found our way back to the packing Answer, given by Dr. n. W. Peters, in Florida city of Fernandina to Cedar Key, in the State I"f KUNANDINA, FLORIDA,
house, where superintendent told us that )!*pflrI", July :'JO) I 187!), on editorial page. OUR I'LOnilU.lXA. of Florida, and all its property' rights; franchises
13,000: boxes of oranges had been shippedthis ( above F. is the estimate I immunities and inlerest.s HIC\I.EIt: IN
Twenty egress zero, We are in receipt of the Putnam county privileges,
season from one-naif the grove over for trees, 1\I1\1o':! ) tIuhove zero, I"'., ,IIJlrllll01./ 1, No. 4}, published: at Patatka, that it now has or may hereafter bo entitledto
which we hail been rambling ; that means: for young plants.: H. H Redding, of'Califor.Ilia Putnam county, by the Putnam County at public auction, to the highest bidder, flue FuuiIl y GroceriesANn

1, OOOOU, oranges, for which the owner had thinks: :20 deg and :50 deg nearer the Journal .Association, $::. 15. Harrington, editor. ut the general' olllceof the said. Atlantic, (lull!
been offered ;$155,000:: while the fruit was on mark. The effects of the extreme A Wesl India Transit '
present Terms of subscription f i $2 per year in ; << fourth city
the trees. winter can not yet be surely known, but it advance. The Jimriml is! just the (paper( you of Fernandina, Floriolaoll the day of
t How many years does it take" for an is asserted<< that the cold of within I 18 deg of need if you are reading up( Putnam county April 1M81, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of I' ill) VISIONS.I
orange grove to come into bearing? I asked zero lias done no more than cook the leaves and the lower :St. Johns: country. said I ft")'. Thu sale is made pursuant tit'

the superintendent. "Eight years from the and twigs: and kill the young trees in partsof The same mail brings us the Florida Mirror decree of the! Circuit Court of the Cult
a seed, and about five years if grafted or the :State exposed to I the !severest fro"t!!. published at Fernandina, Fla Terms: States, for the Northern District of Florida,
budded on to the wild fruit. That i is i, I mean See, as to local effects: J)!>jiatrli of January subscription, $:2Pt'ryear ; six! monthsl., rendered in this: Customers can rely upon'geUing Ch fOI'f:
to say thev will bear in eight years from the W, 1881.! Sec us to limit of cold. the citrus This( i is by :all. odds one of t the handsomest cause.J.. 15. C'. I DltKW; .

seed, and in Jive years from the graft. They family, and especially the orange, will bear, papers( received at our oilier! and it i is a good( feb20-Jw.: Special'tlaslcr.: (JOODS)( ) asNOTHINd

constantly grow better and bear more oranges the report of if. 15. Itcdding<< of San Francisco paper( ably\ edited<< and, what I is better than
every '{('ar. No man can tell how long the read before California Horticulturiul Society all else, it has lailn..i"\'Io'I'iollmllarrowlles! :! In Circuit: Court Fourth Judicial

tree will" be useful-certainly more than 100 January 30, law tI, and printed\ the and it I is emphatically( a state paper.. ( :letting Circuitassaii' County, Flu. ) ill l'l' Tim; FINKST; 11KANDS:\

years. Dispatch March 17, of the same year. He a paper from Fernandina reminds us of old DONALD McKAY :Mortgage' Foreclo-
People in Florida arc naturally as enthusiastic places the degrees: at which damage may be times: when we wore a "pumpkin( vine" on vs. ) "utl'lli; Kmiitv.FAKLKY : .
over orange culture minersare who expected at 2: : : ) Notice of Sale.TOTICK .
find rich placers, and<< they toll I almost as, marvelous gives the mean of cold I : I lrighlon! California' old 7th Connecticut under Colonel) Joseph( ._._.__. .h._ _u 1 1I.
stories. You hear them talk about al40;; Naples, Italy, 17 deg., Lisbon, 51 dcg., H, Maw Icy and hud palatial quarters in the j : is hereby given that, In ptirsu-
trees upon which grow from ::5cHH I, to ,1.(441orang's ( and Koine 45 deg.:, I F. Do/ier House." This was: in the winter of 1once of a decree made in, the above enitled II. PKKSCOTT.Style \
but there is a :great: deal of falll'In Can other crops cultivated' while waiting 1s4;:::f. I was t there when sparkling Hell : action, whereby it was ordered, ududgcd -
this: statement, and the truth i is marvelous: : for the orange ?" Yes, vegetables and liuddington came over under a flag; of truce ; mill decreed l that there was due from
enough.Mr. soniegraim. The plan havingsmall fruits from the Confederate lines on her way to said itedmond to said McKay, on the:3d day of

Fairbanks, the historian! of Florida, between the orchard rows, us commended her Northern home, but tarried with liS'uIIII July, IHHO) ) upon a certain noteand mortgage
and an eminent authority upon\ the orange, by the author of "'1'l'n'rc' Enough," is married the gallant Major) l Kodman. u man given by said Itedmond to one I"'. I I,1Vltathey Fit
will bear in with the the lemon and the on the :3d day of June, 1M70, upon certainPrernistnhereinafter ,
says that an average tree season possible orange, beloved<< by friend and< and season out, 700 oranges, and that where lime. The out, us a full crop, to check the \m the! outer beech was what did\. the )business ; described, the sum
they are grown from the tezd, or transplanted putting forth of tender shoots by the orange: for Hell and the handsome major. Ity (if three hundred dollars, with one hundred Comfort
regularly, about sixty trees to the acre and thus as a safeguard from frost, has been the way the editor of this paper( was once nod lif.y dollars interest t up tIt said date, and
would be a fair average. These fidlre'es, strongly commended' Dr. Peters. riding i down towurd.s: the lower cud 1 of that hut the premises t described'' ) said mortgages ANn:

in a fair season, would 'i'ltI42fNIO orangey Is there variety in productions: ?" Yes. islandand: veiled: \\'Iat'a.. t then un abandoned sold to satisfy ..indebtedness, together), I
worth at the grove $H40. This: is a cold, reliable for what other soil in the! United 1 States. will plantation, and in the garden<
estimate of what an ordinary grove oranges I, lemons: limes, pine-apple, he slopped to gather a few roses: : found. a in this: act ion, i will sell in frontof
will do ; many will do more, and still more ,bananas, guavas, cl. :\\':" iaw', mango, small \lemon tree bearing fruit that was sweet the C.ourt-Houso' door in Fernundina,

do less, but $,s'tO worth of fruit upon an acre Drupes, sugarcane, rice, tobacco, corn, oats: with u thick rind and a pink colored pulp.\ Nassau l County, Florida, at 12 M. on the 1th(
/ of ground will strike the Northern farmer us 1"'egatabh'i: all winter, vines: and (lowers, \\'( never saw anything !like it before nor lay: of April, IMMJ.! ) all the right, title nlllIlItte' ,

being decidedly! profitable.- /).+1oa Herald u'nd pay from $101) to $1 1(44) an acre, according since.-(,'lnremont (Minn.) t'umoj>olilan.Professional !>t of said Farley Itedmond, on the :3d
: to" investment and labor? :See ('orre+ lay of June, 1K70! together with all equity
from Clearwater I5ay, IHnjxttc/1- or redemption In mill to the, following! de
uWll..t7' CAX I ItO IX 1.'LOnllJ.t'l"This February 18, 18M.). and HnsIncsM' Card, !<('rihcllprl'lIi"l'l'l. to-wit :

is the question of one who wishes to The land 1 is often more than paid for by -- A certain lot of land!, being about one-

escape the winter land-lock on labor, and its own t timber, and the Savannah, Florida ivM. it. C. nniYii: : half mile! from King's Ferry, being in T.4 N.,
yet to both make money and live in com and Western Railway is must liberal in its It :25! K.: ami conveyed in a deed from ]Kmsline : IIlnlnl: largely, Inereaxed, iuMlork >.
fort. It may be answered : You can make charges for transportation of IH.TSOII and (' Albertio to Parley '\'. Itedmond! andrecorded !
it, possible: ; for your children to own land products.: / 1 KNKRAL: COMMISSION I: : MKHCJIANT: ( Ot toher'adh,1573:! in I5ook N, IugeIII Foot-wear, In both line

there, for this: writer has seen an advance in "Can one live the first year without buying I, of Nassau! (County: itecord<<1 of Deeds, andIcscrihcd and medium grades, null enabled .
twenty years that is amazing and the next meat?" Answer In home sections: CKMUE: :ST., NE\K It. I It. DEPOT, + us follows : I5eginning at a gum
generation will find property too valuable ;game is very abundant, deer wild( duck, etc. tree near Wood tock Creek and mi the line to place before my eiiNtomerw -

for poor men to buy, as now they ma)'. Florida mullet and trout are among the FKIINANDINA; FLA. of land owned by Adam Armstrong, and a cry large aMNortmeiit ol
Again, as the severe winter of 18SO-1831 finest American fi>h. Oysters: and green running North IIs East: V) chains, to a pine

has: not seen t the mercury lower than 1* t'J! !. turtle; also, on the ('oa>. .-Florida IJ rjJlltdl. (Corn OutM. In u pond ; from thence In southwesterly HootM", and NlioeM made by themost
above and .' F. above is lirectlon through ) / along the! ecu-
zero, as 52: deg. zero .. salts\ competent and Mklllcdworlimeii.
--- -- -- tro of brunch of Woodstock Creek
the winter average in many parts> for the a ,
most: severe weather, Italian climate' in fact, < TIlKI'KKVAlLJXa ol'IXIOJJ''INYw .\. W. ('()(KHU.I, J.XO.:! T. W.U.KKK, tll U (pine near Woodstock Creek, and one 'l'h..N.OOdN werepiircluiMed

you will not find it too cold. As to heat this YORK, February 25. 1HS1.! WlLTMt: It. \ \TYJI.OOCKlml.I" chain from it to place of lM'giumlutgcuhtaiUi for C'ANII and
writer spent i the summer of I(+;(j in New .' To the Kdihor of the Journal if Cummerte : inK thirty-two and ninety-one one hun areonly

York, when, for week, the mercury rose What is the prevailing opinion: relativeto WALK Kit: A: YATKS: ;, Iredlh acres, 1J4.'lfllf a part ol the Nelson : exehanued for the Namecommodity.
to lOS: every day ami sunstrokes! were hourly) retiring after having eaten u 'hearty dinner \ (Srunt. In Nassau Oainty, Florida, and described
for man arid beast. In Florida ftt to !93 deg.is or allowing three to four hour to intervene (CK'ktmr
the extreme of summer, but more often therebygivin" nature a fullicicnt timeto Oscar: Kotrner. I a pleattnre ....h.r ttcelng, eiamliilntc -
what be in the stomach A .Also a certain lot of land Ix-glnnlng at or
the wind is, from the southeast, ocl11: digest may AttoriK> and <:ot..Neliorli.
air in gentle motion, and "I I lure the celebrated Brooklyn physician aflirms that jN near the head 6f Wooj'wtock Creek' running ".Id learulnc at whetexlrcuucly

morning with N I; deg. at noon, is the recordof the latter course is the correct thing to do, FKKNANDINA: ( FLA. along the course of said creek to a stake onhe low prleeN" theweCioodM
celebrated contends lino of land sold to bus. Underwood
the day for weeks at once. The j>cninsu-, while another equally ;
la is bullied in temperate seas, and it is the that digestion I"i &ljilot'lllJl going immediately Office adjoining Clerk of the' Circuit Court.11'.tLTF.It from thence North 43 Kust, 21 chuins .V) are offered. .
a 1 true temperate belt, the natural Jioineof I to bed KLLU.: inks, to a pine on the back line of the Nel-
fruits ami lowers.! Jlffjy.-H would seem at first that the ion irant : from thence along said line of ;<""T .My Ktock or (a;:\TI41JII: : 'H

What is your Umber" The richest; land >re vailing opinion" is, that an interval : It. YATIW, Notary Public. i>14t Nelson (hunt 17 chains! 45 links, to u u I pine ; IICMSIIIVf GOODS N", worthy
and tllen'clrth :lima F:t.st 13: chains 1* link to
perhaps is! the marl hammock, a* it is called, should elapse between eating sleepirugat ,
named from its subsoil and its! woody pro night, for a majority ofatlultsas to their JHTKonal U'. ii:. IIAUIt.MUHT, u pine ; from thence North 41 Kust: 11 the attention of those dewlrlng
ductions. This is heavily timbered with habit practice this theory. It ap- AoK.vr, (hails Id links to u stake MI u ('rtfrom' ; '
live-oak, so celebrated 1 in naval architecture, jK-ars to have grown out of the teaching of hence along the route of paid creek to the
and *> beautiful} in landscape i-Heeis. Ked- medical men who have learned to dread VtlloLEXtl.K A.HD KKTAIL said Woodstock Creek ; from thence along left to selection
bay mulberry, sweet-gum wahoo, cabbaje-; late supers for their patients, not BO much 1)t'i'l'1JElt AND STOCK DKALKH, said Woodstock Creek: to place of beginning: my
palmctto (which Her Itrittauic Majesty's for the over-eating to which they lead, as to ,I) AMDDealer being .situated T. 4 N, It. 25 K., In Nassau: 'I will receive rareful and prompt

Consul: Savannah thinks hasanimj>ortait the unhealthy indeiiLjence therewith in the in lee.TKNN'ESSKK -ounty., Fla., and being part of the Nelson! attention.

part to play in the paper of the future), and use of intoxicating leverage. Hut the opinion : JJKKF A SPECIALTY Grant, containing forty-six acres, more or
thickets of irl-bru-li.: interlaced with wild} id not prevalent"' if the test h universal less. J H PRESCOTT
groiie' vines. These last indicate the natural Man is the only animal that can be linooM HTKKKT WiiAsr, C L. KOIilNSON.155t ,

home of the grai e. taught to lie down to rest contentedly on an 19-tf FKKNANDIXA: FLA. Special Master. 4-Sm Feraandlnn, Flu.uLr .


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: THE FLORIDA MIRROR flourishing village of Green Cove Springs has road in any county in this State shall return, LAIU.KPT HOOK l'rnr.loonru'-The edition of I Yacht to Let. 1

an admirable and loving friend in Mr. Tyler under oath after each road-working, a list Webster's Unabridged Dictionary recently 1liB safe and commodious Yacht N1C1'r .
of all hands notified to work said j be chartered
-- road and can
n. Darling.
=:: ::= = : the author of this clever brochure and Captain
i issued in the of it contains
:.OQ A YKAll; $1.00 FQR's7x JIONTl/S. who have failed or refused to work said road, inanity matter fur pleasure parties at reasonable'rates. Oyster .
we lime no doubt its circulation will bring who in judgement shall not have a legal i is believed to be the largest volume published Bakes ut ll1g's Bar 1\ pecia1ty. I .
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I many a visitor!' to that pretty spot! or sufficient excuse for failing to work said For particulars apply; to Major 8u1arer., t'
Local llcjlcctlons. I road to the the in Tholl1pson.. :Spencer :: I
justice. peace orllearL'1tto It will surprise readers know that an"ion[ house, or 1.
Hurtling of the Steamer Howard. his road division, and said justice of the many J(louse, Ht. s. or IlIlllress
peace shall forthwith issue his capias to any it contains' eight times the amount of matter Mary 0, U, UAHJ.1XO.
Attention is called to the mlvcrti Among the on the ill-fated
new passengers awful officer to arrest said :Mary's( Ga.
person or persons contained in the Bible being sufllcicnt to 15-131 ::
jnent, this Messrs. J. & 1'. steamer Howard which was destroyed by fire __ __
on page, Kydd. so returned and to bring him or them before make 75 12mo. volumes that usually sell for ___ u'
at St. Louis on Sunday night last, we observe him on a day certain, to show cause if ---
The new stables, for the Egmont Hotel, on he any I i $125: each J vocabulary comprises over :'SAW MILL, LAND,
the of C. S. V] and wife of or they may have, why they failed or refused :
Beach street have been names ngle 118,000 words ((4,600 of which have recently
great to work:said road ; and it said} cause so been I
added .
celerity. Jacksonville, Florida, who were on their shown be not sufficient in the judgment of ) AND
It has giving
tour and! had the misfortune to lose said a new Biographical Dictionary : SALE. .
wedding justice, they shall be deemed ofa GROVE FOR
guilty : .
The Sea Island Route has, since the hi.rR brief important facts concerning 9,700 /SETORANGE .....
all their baggage. Most of the ladies and misdemeanor: and fined not less:;; than one, noted .
crease of service by daily steamers proved a nor more than twenty dollars, or he imprisoned persons.There .
I children had retired when the fire broke out : I is! Memoir of Noah Webster! a
and were rescued in their night clothes, but nor more than thirty days, at hard labor, brief history of the English!' languagePrin undersigned offer for sale the
The city council has done good workin ciples Pronunciation, Lists of 4,000)Scripture rl'In
a fortunately no lives were lost. The Howard under the supervision) of the county commi Names Geographical
1 the repair of our sidewalks and crossings was a magnificent steamer of three thousand !
of the principal streets. tons, being the largest in Western waters.Opening to, That prevent nothing in this act who he is so construedas to Names, sCYL'rall'agt.s' of Proverbs! &c., a vocabulary Transit Railroad, near :Fernandina,
any person : subject
of Names of Noted! Fictitious
We observe a large quantity of iron being perform road from
duty employing another

Persons and and other valuable Land,
Places Fertile
many of
Fernandina eC- Jacksonville
of 320.r( *
I shipped on tho cars for the completion oft person suiable ability to perform such features,-all of which' in a volmncof
the Peninsular llailroad to Ocala Jf. 1C. Unavoidably Delayed. road} duty in his stead I,!)28 pages, embellished: with 3,000 Engravings With an
The day set for the opening of the Per- 2. It shall be the duty of the road commissioners make store-house of
goto a great Trees.
The officers and crew of the, wrecked Nor- in each and every county of this up Orange Grove ot'SJOO
; nandina & Jacksonville llailroad : useful knowledge.
l (March 23))
/State, to \Inleroathto'thc nearest
bark Oscar went North justice .
wegian King on ,
is -- ----- -- ---- --- ------------ Mill! is I in first-ela order. A train
for few beyond The
unavoidably postponed a days of the peace in the road llti trit
via the steamer City of Hrldoiton, this week. anysupervisor New Advertisement' road extends three miles into a fine tract of
ceyt; that time We understand the con shall fail or refuse to comply with Blacksmith
'l t There is a general tendency to Improvement tractors have had considerable trouble in deemed the provisions of this act, who shall be I.'OK SALE. Shop timber.:Stables: Dwelling,\and Home quarters, Store for employes, on
guilty a misdemeanor and
visible in all the surroundings of our upon
procuring hands, but now promise a conviction the place. J
shall be punished l by fine not
city Brushing up and repairs nre going on through train and regular trafllcby the 28th. less than ten nor more than twenty dollars\ live: rooms, with Closets, front Piazza, ;- Price Very Low for Cn *h.

in all quarters. The citizens committee are hard at work or by imprisonment in the l'ountjail not large Yard Orange Lemon and lianana DUKYftE)
less than W. IJ. C. ,
ten than
t The tide has served during the past week, and have added several new features to the :3.1 It shall be nor the more duty of the thirty county'days.commissioners Trees." Centrally located food title, etc.this FRED W. IIOYT.

exactly right for our visitors to enjoy the very attractive programme outlined in our of each and every county in this oflicc.For further particulars, inquire ut 4-tf 15.4t :Fernandina. ,

t beach drive. The mildness of the atmosphere last issue. State to return under oath each and every _____._,___ .__ ._____ ____._ __. .__._____ ___m n______._ _- iIMPORTANT
t and tho' pleasant breeze which has road commissioner in their county, who
Stone for the Jetties. shall fail to perform the duties therein imposed u
come seaward have made a beach drive a We observe that the contractors for the ; to any justice of the peace of their = NOTICE =

luxury. county and said road commissioners shall
Charleston to their
propose procure be deemed guilty of misdemeanor and
I Tho Egmont Hotel has been taxed to its granite for the jetties from Columbia, S. C., upon conviction shall be a fined not less, than

I utmost capacity to accommodate the crowds instead of Maine or New Hampshire. Columbia ten nor more than twenty dollars, or be im J. & T. KYDD

of visitors who have sought its comfortable is 131 miles from Charleston. We see prisoned the county jail not less!' than ten
I nor more than thirty days. Any of the
apartments the past week. Tho Mansion no reason why the rock needed for the jet- county commissioners of any of the counties Are receiving immense additions to their already largo stock of

House has also been very full, as well as all tics at our bar cannot be brought from the uf thi.! State who shall fail to perform

the smaller houses. line of the Transit Railroad, about Arrcdon- any of the duties herein designated shall be
deemed of malfeasance SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
guilty office, and
The weather during the past week has do and Archer, where there seems to be a upon conviction, shall be punished by fine ,

been very favorable to the vegetable-raising large quantity of both flint and other lime not exceeding one hundred dollars or bv

\ .intcsest. Moderate rains and warm growing rock of sufficient density to answer the pur imprisonment in the county jail not exceed Men's 1 and Youth's Clothing,
The low and ing sax months, and it is hereby made the
weather have doubtless done much to stimulate pose. grades, comparatively
special duty of the grand )juries of the conn- FROM LOW-PRICED TO FINK rapid growth and bring forward the short distance, would scent to justify the I ties of this State to investigate the action of ,

f garden crops in the whole vegetablegrowingarea. effort to obtain the rock in our own State, i the county commissioners of their respective DICKS UOODS-A full and complete stork, consisting of SUMMER SILKS[ I
giving employment to our own people. (counties us to their duties herein specified.
I 4. That any person summoned to work ALL-WOOL LACE): HUNTINGS, LAWNS, LINEN LAWNS, BAKEOI-.S: and GRENADINES -

Our harbor has been very lively duringthe List of Letters any road in any of the counties of this State [ SWISSES: TARLETANS, VICTORIA and )PERSIAN:\ LAWNS:; at low price

past week : The steamship Western Texas Remaining in the Post-Ofilcc at Fcrnandin-" shall be allowed\ to pay at the rate of fifty KurgatiiiN in Summer Silks, -from Fifty Cents up\\anK: ,
cents: per day for the time he shall be summoned .
t from tho West Indies the steamship
English na, Nassau county, Fla., March[ 18, 1881. to work said road, to the road !supervisor -
1 IIbyl loadingtlie United States revenue cutter Persons calling for these letters must say advertised who shall return all moneys received Gents Tine Furnishing> Goods a Specialty.Our .

Gco. S. JioiUwrll, and the United States light- to the road commissioners, who shall
: Dollar Shirt I is the best, unsurpassed in lit and quality.
t apply it on the road from which it was: collected I
the steamers Florida
house steamer City of
; Allen, IJ. )[. IJrcwton Mrs.( Martha' ; and the failure of any supervisor to Bleached and Brows Cottons" at Wholesale! Prices. Fruit of Loom at

Hridgeton, the 1 Wkrcless, )T. li. JYunf.and Flora, Early, Summer llurney, Miss[ Maggie so pay over said money, and any road 10 cent, ; 1O-I Sheetings" 2.; ('ellt", .
; with a number of large sailing vessels, have Fitzpatrick, M. M. Forrester, Mrs.[ Kmma commissioner to so apply the same, shall be
f Ooh sleln. C. Howell Ahbie S. A case: of splendid Standard Prints" at it eenls per yard.
been in our harbor. .. deemed a misdemeanor and! )punNhcd as
f Hunter, Joseph Jones, Bill above !specified.' jJJ- Wl' are Agents: (for 1HIYLIX tfc: CO., leading, Clothiers of New York City.

; The nuisance of stray horses and cattle Jones Alfred Lang, Steve 5. That any and ail persons liable to work Spring Samples now ready; 2oo styles-sixty of them' from $IS>> to 1125: per unit.
was fully illustrated on Sunday last in the Kiss John Novelty Mfg[ Co. on the roads and highways of this State, Fit guaranteed.Jttf .
f Peter, Stephen Smith John shall be work the
not required to on public
neighborhood of the Egmont, where several Simmons, F. S. Briggs, Miss JosephineScott roads and highways: more than six days in a A visit to our establishment convince you that, while we du not sell

ladies were run to cover by the antics and Miss, Hillaames.! Miss Josephine year, except in ruses! of storms other casualties : inferior \ playful performance of festive mule. Our Walker, Andrew, Willard, O. I 1). ; jirotldetl, that no person: J living in Morida. .,.

f to i Sunda hol i- Williams, Miss Ijaudcstcr any incorporated city or town in this State
people seem eon cr ) proper atliII'. 3E5L"STJD> ID>
HEf.II FOIl I'OSTAt.E. shall be compelled to work said r"adsbeyoud! ,
day for their unemployed stock We hope Miss: Emma Hughes: llakcnhill, Masoncz the limits: of such incorporated city or town. New York Office, ) ,_ .f f N.E. Cor. Centre and Third Sts.,
1.1 the next council will have the back-bone to County ; Miss, 41 Temple Place, Boston 83: Walker Street. J 1 Fernandina Fla.

take this subject in hand. _. .
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'Wo acknowledge the receipt( of the f'usmo' The Slate. ODSER\TIO\S: .

poUtan, an excellent weekly journal from We understand that the Republicans of Ft.RNAXDISA: ., FLV., March IS, 1881. SANBORN & HO: YK

Claremont Minn., neatly printed and well this State who are now at Wa-liington, met __ ____ _.__ .. ____ _.u u_ _____..____u___ __'n
recently in that city and! agreed to recommend ,. 1880. I I' 1881. _,_ _.
edited It speaks well for the thriving community the following appointments: -- -- ; I
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in which it Is located. We shall For United States marshal, C. I). Drigham. C or; a: r:-I ,
Day .j I I.. I
For collector of customs at Jacksonville ; :
welcome the South I"loridcolon; )". We N. K. Sawyer. _, t- .... .... i 00

\ think they mistake in limiting their choice Fur postmaster at Jacksonville! William Saturday 2-0'. S0 11;' -(cu Cloudy. [ -i ; I

to any particular location or price of lands M. Lcdwith. Sunday 13 (iO f'O no 71 Fair.
For postmaster at Key 'West Mr. Pollock. Monday\ 1-1 68 82: 54 ill; Fair. :
si in advance of a selection by actual .in pcc- WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, I
15 6-1 80 GO liS Uain.
For district attorney, A. A. Knight. 'I'ne81lay '
+ } tion of the country.The For postmaster at St. Augustine, \\ "'. l'l1alesllay LG 68 81 fl2 j 70 Fair.i yr-

Orange Lake excursion of Thursday Dcwhurst. Thursday 17 c.n 70 fit 82 Fair.
Friday 18 Hn 72 (II iO Uain.MAlllXE. Z
The above mimes understind, are to
; of this week, we learn, was a very satisfactory --'- -:= ::::= -' -'- -- =
be sent to the President with the request
P: A one. Tho excursion train was run on that the appointments bo made.-Union, -- By Rail, Steamer, ami Sail,

schedule time and ample time was afforded I I to

'' ,( to visit the groves on Orange Lake and to SOME OF TIIK KKW ACTS.AN Port of Fernandina. ) :

1 ffi' inhale the delicious scent of the orange blossoms -
r : now opening in profusion, with the ......10KJ W:42 .
;I 1. A landlord has a lien on the crop grownon Saturday, March 19 : : P. M.ENTKKFD. A LARGE STOCK OF
: promise of a splendid crop. The party returned rented land for rent on current year, and Sunday.. :........11:02: l1n"::

,, i on time, and were pleased with their for advances made in money or other thingsof Mondry[ 21......11.1: ; "
and tho excellent management of the value, whether made directly by him or at Tuesday. 2'!...... O:2: O5: "
t trip his instance and! request by another person WW'ednCsdny. 2:1.: ..... l: H" 2O": )
; 1 railroad ofllcials. or for which he has assumed tho legal responsibility Thursday, ::4...... 2:3H": ; 3:07: "

The people Jacksonville are beginning at or before the time at which Friday, '- ::1: 12" 4,1J"

r:' to consider the subject of their municipal such advances and well-being were made of the, for tenant tho or sustenance his- ] FUBNIT-.rItE LIZ

r x ''s: election We hope the better elements of family, for preparing the ground for cultivation March 11-Soli. \\'. II. Jones, Falkenburg, :

; society will be able td.combine for the election or for cultivating gathering saving, New York. z .
March 14 S. I*. St. Johns Vogel, Charles
4 of a substantial, nonpartisan city government. handling or purchasing the crop for market,
and he shall nave a lien also upon) each and!
; Let the best Republicans and Democrats every article advanced or obtained by barter ton.March 15-S. S. City of Austin Stevens, I -ANDO -

s 3 or either, bo elected and supported. in exchange for any article advanced! for the New York. : !

i Tho city proper is nearly divided politically, aggregate jirice or value of all such 'property March 14-S. S. Carondelet Beck, Nassau. .
March IG-S. 8. Western Texas, Hines,
articles advanced and such liens
'and it ought, therefore, to bo easy to make or so ;
.i for rent and advances shall be paramountand Nassau. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.pq .
t .a combination ticket embracing the best citizens )have preference of all other liens. March 14-Sch. Kate V. Aikon, Thompson --

c in both parties, and a good mayor. 2. The hens created bv the first section ol Savannah. i izi
--- ---- this act may be enforced in the manner and March U--Sch. Win. Wiler, Huntly, Savannah. ;j :

ro The Cumberland Route by the remedies provided Chapter 3131 of I _

this season and commends the Laws of Florida approved March 11, CLEARED. ...
$ Is largely patronized ,
l 1879, and any person claiming any property March 14-S. I1. St. John*. Vogcl,Charles! : O
3 itself to the traveling public by its distrained under this act may interjHiso and! i

punctuality and close connections. prosecute his claim for it in tho same manner ton.March 15-S. S. City ofn"tin., Stevens,
Y as is prescribed in similar cases of claimto Nassau. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. .
r : Lost. property levied upon by execution. March 14-S. P. Carondtlet* Heck New
E : X photograph of a young lady, in blue velvet York.
AN ACT TO SUPPRESS; MMBLIXO. March 18--& P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charles ]
4 case. The finder of it will be rewarded himself herself OQ : !
If any person, by or servant ton. i
by leaving it. at the office of the general or other agent, shall have, keep, exercise IN PORT. I

freight agent, in mltroalbuiMing.. : or maintain a gaming table or room or Steamship Rhyl,
J j. any house booth, tent, shelter, or other Dark Union. -------L
shelter other for the ol Schooner Wm. Wiler. -
1 Hush of Travel. or place purpose -
gaming, or in any place of which be or she Schooner Kate V. Aiken, S-kt&BoRN
1 The travel at the present season exceeds may have the charge, control or management Schooner W. ]i. Jones. : & I10y'rARLINGTON w

r1 'that of any previous bcason. The hotels, shall procure, suffer! or permit any Schooner C. I'. Schultz.To .

I *railroad cars and steamboats are all comfort. person or persons to play for money or oth.

4t ably full. This is owing to the cold and er valuable thing or things at any game All Whom It May Concern. '
\hutsoever, whether heretofore prohibited NURSERIES.
and strong :March winds which have swept or not, he, she or they so oflendingslmali on Notice is herebv given that an applicationwill
ovt'r the North, bringing storm, snow and conviction pay n tine not exceeding fl.uoo IHJ made ti> the judge of the circuit court
or be imprisoned in the county jail not [lest Fourth Judicial Circuit, at Jacksonville\ on
t sleet.j than six months nor more than one year, or the 20th( day of March, or as soon thereafter Titoi'it'Ai.Hiui sr.Mi-TitoricAi FRUIT TKIIS: nOSES
by lx th tine and imprisonment at the dis as the same can be heard, fr certificate of DECID-
Green Cove Spring crt'tloloC the court ; jirvtidctl, that nothingin unpaid] bonded ilHt\'h 'lIIl'NIIC the city of l'ors EVERGREEN: SlIlntus and rrouiitiPLANTS.: .
;, 'belt advertising is a new feature this year in this act shall be so construed as to prohibit Fvrnandino, us provided by an act uf the
t Florida. We are in receipt of a very neat,prettily persons engaged in any business now legislature fiitUKil '* An act to repeal and! --
licensed by the laws of J.'lorid.frum con- diSojdl'C munit' palt'orpor-"tiluui unden'crtaiucircuntrtane's
illustrated pamphlet entitled, ducting the same. and! toprmide the manner in NF.WAND CIlOlcK Y.HUrnIliulclNI:: Orange Trees, MADE A SPECIALTY
:* go in Florida," in which the answer is which viicli cubs iiuv become re'incorpor '

j in l 'favor of Green Cove Springs. The AN ACT TO KEEP IN Goo KtPUBTHK PL'UUCKOAIM ated. 11. J. DAKER. --
given but that of Gorern. AND HIGHWAY IX THIS 8TATE.I. Attorney fur Bondholders.FtA. y'-sr'Send for Docriptlve Catalogue. -
engravings are all good, IsDI a, F..,.. March: 18, 1581:
l or Creek is particularly: well executed. The That the supervisors of each and every ALI1KUT I. UIDr'i'.LL


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