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: April 2, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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System ID: UF00054505:00110
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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STATE SEWS. villc court house, ISO feet ; Hc,'. A. M. C. the same. The bureau will, f.>r the present, profusion of the very I finest vegetables as warm c'linlatemight prove exceedingly injurious I :

llusscll's, 1(30( feet ; Dr. A. l'. Brown's, 1S'> ; utilize the sl'I'OII1Il'llition of the pamphlet were shown at our late county fair: many to ill'nliTYott, will not frI the ; 1-

G'ofnmbfa.. Mrs( liow ell's", residence 20. feet ; II. J. prepared( last year, adding such matter as wonder why more vegetables\ lire not raised weather' oppressive\ here until the f first of J

,, "'c ha.11.'old wave on Tuesday and Wednesday Mickler's 100 feet ; Dr. J. U. Snow's" 2.V: feet ; may be required) to make it complete 1 and and shipped\ to the Northern markets. The June, ami the Plcasantcst\ portion (.fthe season *,

ti last, but not of sufficient strength to Mayo's Hill, :2Mfeet:! ( ; LakcLSndseyat water will 1 at once put into<< vigorous operation 1 1111thl' success of some should certainly 1 encourage even for the \pleasure-seekers i isin April. '
injure our vegetables.--The weather has OJ feet ; which makes Dr. Snow's residence forces. at its command. As! reorganized, others, but the vegetable business does not The weather in that month is more settled J

been too damp to fill the peas us rapidly I as 142 feet higher;. than the lake, which is at the the bureau, with its several officials: represents increase us it can und should. By\ the close toad even and everything is I then lovely ,
} was wished for, but the past few days' sun base of his hill. every geographical section of the State of this week Mr.I J. I.:. Pace h:1lhil'l'ct: ) beyond description---One\ of till! first :

p 'sS will produce heavy shipments.-The Irish This measurement may he a little out or -the governor rcpnsuuNng Middle I Florida, :'t)() barrel of cabbages from his place: on requisites toward the success of railroad J
Middle Florida is looking fine West Florida the commixsioncr IjukoJcssup. These have netted Ililllnhotlt through u new iolt the of :
potato crop the way, but I am confident from alt' instrument the comptroller, ; : \ !. country : cooperation\
) and a heavy product is Prl'tictc.1.-After, n it is approximately correct. of lands and immigration' the general $: per barrel. During I the pat three weeksMr. the people along'the line of t the nmd. who 1

t trip through Middle Florida, we find no The taking of these elevations i is intended agent and the agent! at Jacksonville East ,1. Whitner lies shipped largo number own property, und who are as much I, or \perhaps I

'"* I English: peas planted in that section. The to correct the wrong impression which I is circulated Florida. and the commissioner of the bureau of cabbages from. his \place: at Fort lloid, pure likely to bo \benefited pecuniarily t

i pea crop i is confined to Lake City and vi- that our country is level and low, South Florida With such' an organization but we have not heard the result. Mr. ll.I J.E. J. than those who furnish t the requisite( capitalto '

r dnitv.I and I hope that this will have the effect to there can be no complaint of sectionalism I:. Sawyer: has; shipped\ number of .cauli build and equip{ time road. It is absolutely

;. J. Potsdamcr, county superintendent cause persons desiring elevated and diversified and the successor failure of the bureau flower and\ cabbages: from his garden ut San I: necessary, I that when parties are willing

of public schools, has just finished his land, to visit! ourcounty before choosing \ i to enhance the intoscsts: of the :State ford. lie has raised us (lime caulifloweras to risk their money\ in endeavoring\ to open

annual report for 1880 to tho board of ;. n settlement.There :, and bring immigration' to each and every wo ever sawand has had: returns! of up u new country that the settlers therein

n, public instruction. From it we take the following is more dry and high: land in Hernando section of its territory, in a satisfactory and about $ l..r>0 I\'t. per barrel.1'e! hope our should earnestly co-operate with the \projectors -

; : county than in any other in the State I impartial manner: will depend entirely own people' amid! many: prospective\ settlers: \\e mean \particularly, property\, owner?" I
r Total number of school\.i>3 and it has the of northern upon its" inherent qualities, and 1,1', dl'l.tlllI'lcrihl'll will give this: matter duo consideration, amiengage \ along I the. routeI'hcu such peoplethrotigli.\ \, \
Average attendance (white)....................5!>t more appearance the limlt.lalll\\II1 of funds in developing one of the greatest a spirit ofl'nriIhrow obstacle in thefare
.v "; o Average attendance (colored)..................4(19< Ohio and my native home, Baltimore City, only by every !
y' 1'otnl cost of schools................$2GS! Maryland, than any county I ever caw. In appropriated for its' support. ----I In answerto sources! of revenue that i is now lying almost (If those! who, though engaged in a business -
( lie has visited all but two schools in the fact the whole county i is high and rolling many inquiries! we will\ state that the acts dormant.: Orunye County/ lifjmrter.1'ntnam. / speculation\ would\ through its accomplishment -
of tho at its recent sessionare confer a lasting benefit the
county and surpasses any part of the State.-Corrcfpondctice legislature parsed upon
v The weather has moderated, and the mar Florida Cretccnt.Hlllsboronfjh.. now \being; published in hook form, and Our town Is growing in favor with the community' it simply shows that they are

,1 ket gardeners arc not much hurt in their will be issued! at as early a day as possible, traveling public. All express their pleasure\ not alive to their own interests. Peopleare

bean and pea crops by the cold. On Thursday The Key of the Gulf{ reports the cattle probably about the middle of April. The visiting the place: and say they will return not coming here to build railroad just.
it was feared that beads had been killed, trade as getting brisk again. The steamship new digest of the 1 laws will also be published next season. By the coming fall we for the convenience und pecuniary profit of

;'. but the cold did less damage than anticipated. Ettie Knight, schooners Surah ][all, Alirc line this summer, but it I is not likely to be ready shall have something 1 to show in the way of other people. They expect\, proportionate

Vegetables will be somewhat retarded and Adit FAdrldijc are engaged in shipping before Septcmnber-1'luridian. !i a railroad by which the extreme western return for theiroutlay of money, and those

in their growth. by the late spell.-Ordinary cattle to Cuba. The exportation amounts to Major Lelloy I). Ball of Tallahassee, portion of the county will be [I'I'nl'lmh.1 and who have not money toln\'l''t. but, who are I

pine lands (suitable for farming purposes 3,000 head or more monthl '.-The steamers : United States' commissioner, lias been receiving the most beautiful section of the State laid possessed! of other things equally acceptable,

) not well timbered, and within three and and hacks continue to bring into Tampa many commendations for his Considerate open to inspection. Sportsmen can then in should not hesitate to be as liberal as their

a half miles of the railroad, can be bought at many travelersand pro"pecturs.-Thl'" mills action in the matter of the recent a few hours: be. transported to points from consciences: will allow, when, if they wllrconsier

1 from seventy-five cents to two dollars per of Messrs. Jackson it Williams are kept busy arrest of large/.: numbers of the citizens of which in short notice, they can start a deer, the matter, will readily perceive

', acre in many localities in the interior of sawing orange crates forthcorangc'sliippers. (Sadsdcn and Jefferson counties, in prosecutions boar, panther, or most any kind of wild animal that their outlay must I, In the course uftimc,
a Florida-a fact which seems unknown to -Mr. J. A. Mayo( of Polk county, informsUs instigated by Bisbee ami his crew, without trouble. ]Fish, in great abundance i- bo returned h'IIfoM.-Florid,& JVc-ar.

1 immigrants.-Lake City Reporter that he has a field of corn which he has charging them with violations of the election can be caught iu the surroundinglakes.
laid by, having given it the third plowing laws. Major Ball, of.his own motion The inhabitants open-heurtedand THE .S'.VOH' STOKM.
Tri left his business and went Quincy and toMonticello CIIICAOO, March :'Hi.-The snow storm
; following are tickets nominated It was planted-in Jalluary.-Suillt//Ill/ hospitable.'e' are inclined to the opinion which has been IorevailingimitimeVcstfortwo
t.' for the ensuing'city election of Jacksonville bune. in order to take tile recogui- that the lakes iu Putnam will graduallydraw days, reached l'fiicuguthis morn ing. and continued
'a : TUB ALVFII SECTION.-It is W\ll'l-lnh-\ zances of the parties arrested, rightly judging sporting men from\ the river to tho with high wind up to noon. The

Democratic.Yn1llillatiQII8.-I'or Mayor. M. A. lisped fact, that the country extending from I that it was better for one person to bediscommoded more rural districts.", I'lilntLn llcruld.Wo railroad trains: from tho )East: this morning"
I in all behind time.fVfmimffmi'N.
the mouth of the Alafia river to its source for a day than that the business i- taken ascertain are!
ima to
Dzialynski i ; for Marshal, Jno. I." Taylor; \ a some\ pains r
for. Clerk, \\'. II. Babcock ; for Assessor: embraces! some of t the best lands in the men of a whole community should l bo the amount of New York I beef used' in Palutku Debt ..Iotltn(1 .

Richard Kinloch ; for Collector, Luther cotlntt,11(1(11 for farming and growing of all : obliged to leave: their all'airs: and congregateat and timid( that .">,'lIlHI) pound. ((21:!1 ton:4)III'l' ) \\ were In error in our issue: of yesterday
kinds of semi-tropical' fruits and vegetables, the commissioner's: office in Tallahassee lIcIIIH'I'C( iwri bo.sidcs this
McConihe; for Treasurer, Jabob Hull'; for erery in stating that the bonded Indebtedness or
Aldermen : 1st "'nrdP.. II. Davidson, P. and that no section of the country can surpass for the purpose of giving bomKYunVAiu., same amount of native, or Florid. beef, the' city of Fl'rIIIIHlilla11: $HHIII'II.) < The i

I'. Crolly ; 2d Ward J. E. Hart, C. Uencdict ; it in point of health and beauty; it is Marlon. is sold, \\'I'III1'J large!; quamititlctnt'n11tluu: net under; which thociti/eiis of Fcrnumlina'
talk with )rr. 0. II. Williams of the ask u dissolution of( their charter, provides!
A ,
3t1'nrd, J. II. Livingston F. (l J. Tibbits ; !finely timbered and walt'rell.nlltl abounding pork and poultry. Over) (18,000) shad besides t that nil titles having bonded,I 1 indebtedness, ,
4th Ward, It. Archibald, J. Witschcn: ; ill.al1lcofnllldlllll'1. Itoilers 11lanyattru lions :, Peninsular Railroad: warrants us in saying: large!: quantities of trout (black ba"sIIII1I.), such bonds, being past due, unpaid: mud. for
for Alderman: at Large, Thus.: Lancaster.ReptMirnn : to settlers! : and with railroad facilities giving that the road will reach Oeala ('.Irl ly in May. I ht. hrt'11n1,111111 other l fish aro sold (hero during which u fund, for their (payment has lint beenprovided t
lie is laying down iron ut *,ljo rate of five or shallw\ repealed( and dissolved.Tlurnrrpmvidcsthnt : : \.
outlet for itcun-
"olliwtioll"-lo'or Mayor, Ho lisa quick our productions, ; ;; every week of the winter season.: The ) the { of
( petition
ratio, Jenkins, Jr. ; for Clerk' William 117; -not be excelled by any part of the southern six cur loads: a day. lie expects to reach foregoing;; exhibit will alone show that u the holders of one half of( such bonds to the''

41; Simpson ; for Assessor, Charles! M. Long; peninsula: Florida., Butyoureorrespoml- I :Ilc'lInghn's to-night;; and Anthony largo number ..visitors come! to Palatka, judge of tho circuit court of tho circuit lit
for Collector, Uoy 1'. Moody ; for( Mut hal, ent in{ the issue of the tilth inst. wOI1Ic1IHlVl' Place next Saturday.: Two weeks from that and the reason is readily found in our superior which such city situated! with proof that 1
time and he Ocala ami Fcrnandina will Such city's bond, aro! unpaid and for which a
II. for Treasurer Jonathan us believe South Florida has no use for a says hotel and hoarding-houso/.: accommodations. i
George Mays ; fund has not been provided the judge! beingsat
C. fircclcy ; for Aldermen : Arthur I). Basnctt railroad, and intimates that any company) bo connected by iron bands. Allowing two, I .---Colonel II. I L. Hart, who hasbccnconfined Nlicd 1 of such proofs shall certify to the E
William II. Tate, Ellwilll1i gills, J. A. building a road with Charlotte Harbor as it or oven three weeks tor accidents: and do- I I to his house\ for several l.1y51rumi1! sanio toad l'all'II'h" certificate with the petition
Iluau, William W. Sampson, Henry Koop- terminus, would be so foolish as not to have Laysnnditwill! still bo possible forthotrains an accident, is recovering I'IIl'hllyIIII,1 will ; ami evidence! to ho, recorded in the
office of till'' clerk of( the circuit court ofthecountv
'' man, Francis fiillid, Sherman Conant, William brains enough I to run it after being built. to ho running into Orul.i t-omo time during; bo out in a day or two.-Tho first schooner in which such city ishituated.\ Ifponu
II. McCormick. \\' .' beg to diflVr with your correspondent in the month of May.--.\ new boat; has been' load of iron fur time l FloriilaSouthcrn\ Kail- certIlied copy of( Mich rl''or.llJl'ill presented

; Tun STOUM AT \IAYPOltT.-Captllin F. \\'. this respect.' A main trunk road: taking, put on Withlacoochce.: She is described road arrived in Palatkaubout noon Tuesday. to the govcYnor ho "shall Issue proclamation
the old survey known as the Washington mesa beautiful little steamer, fifty feet long"; The schooner towed from Jacksonville delarllgtlie'charter of( Midi city re
I.. imee, of the steamer Gnzdlc, reports a very say was: up p'ull',11II1I1 dissolved.:
,' severe gale at Mayport yesterday! and last line, with Charlotte Harbor as a terminus and, fourteen feet wide. This little steamerwas by the tow-boat Oyster /:."//, and Ihedis- Tlie evidence shows: that the bonded. in
is what this of the State made specially for the navigation ot'tlw dhtPdll'SSOt'1'erliaiii11t14 $!)ltp:! o and the
aY4" ;(c night, in fact the fiercest he has ever seen exactly portion charging of the cargo .was commenced litOIII'C. ,
been named the holders of( $7/)4") of I these bonds have
needs to its natural Withlaeoochce, call has "signed
I luring a residence of over twenty-six years develop great resources.Such The necessary cars for laying the the for dissolution.
ut that place While the water on the bar a road connecting with a line of Forest! Flower. Congress: bus IIl'l'rllpriatl.1i track lire already in Jacksonville<<1 the The( act further provides' t that upon a pell'
steamers to New Orleans! K'r.cst and Havana i () for the improvement of this river, this ton( of citizens of defunct
y !k was comparatively smooth, off Mayport and engines: are expected\ everyday. After twenty or moro uny
; this ",side a tremendous was rolling in the would] open up an immense amount and the State has aided. to some extent. It date! the railroad l wharf will bo one of the city to t he governor, he shall appoint
is a marvelous stream, more wonderful! than a mayor und\ five aldermen such mayor, by
of business. Flourishing towns would busiest ill 10\\11.1\1111 the"'tout'oftime
river, and several waves broke over and : places tho advice; ami consent of till council, shall
flooded the pilot-house of the Gnsellt as she spring' up along the line of road to be supplied the Ocklaw ala, and<<1 its navigation will develop locomotive will soon I be heard mingling: appoint clerk und, treasurer und a marshal.

'1 reached Mayport, und during the night the with the various productions and merchandise a section: of country several hundred with the many steamboats( which lino our The county tax collector shall collect the
,{. miles in extent IIl\tll1i rich as in the city tax of such city.
"A winds tore a portion of the canvass! off the of the Northwestern states Mills any wharves. Too much cannot I bo( said in pralso'
tx ,, top of the steamer, having ]leaked under would<< go into operation! ; turi>entiie farms South. It is already coining into notice, and I of tho push and go-ulieud-u-tivcncMi, which for There the dissolution was also 1111 of cities act passed)having providing a bonded)

through one or twp small holes. The tug would bo started ; and then altogether, with lands] are being bought: along its banks by I has characterised) tho work of the company. indebtedness( of $(KHliKO) ) the inn rest of
Harold, employed by the government con- the various productions! of the ('ollntr'I'illg persons from all parts of tho country. They say but little, but they work constantly which has not been paid for live years This

?ti' tranctors, narrowly escaped' collision with within twenty-five miles of each side of the Among recent purchasers are (Jov. Bloxham and the results: attained are commensurate act our 11 intention was t thocuscof culled to Peiisacola.It, we Supposed Until(

;;, a lighter loaded with rock, which she was road would furnish an immense amount of and other prominent gentlemen of Middle with their display of energy..Jnurnnl.'Pulaa /.: that this. latter act was time only ono )passed
endeavoring to tow to the beach, and experienced business, not taken into consideration by Florida.-In all the years since the war, STATISTIC or PUTNAM C,1n ivy.-Mr. by the legislature, but such, It seems! wu
correspondent to nothing. of Charlotte The JS'tniier but labored with iintlagging industry H. 1 E.: tax-assessor for Putnam not the! case.!
; great difficulty in taking the lighterto your say : Timmoiis!! : : '
\\ are Inf"lIrllu'tlllmt the citizens! of Fer-
place of safety. All of the fishing boats Harbor with its beautiful bay abounding to develop) our country's resources wont). has! furnished us: with the following, nandina, will recommend tile best men they
I nround :Mayport were Mijik, having filled f in fish and oyster, and the fertile islands and attract people' to, it ; it bus partly sue table of statistics.taken from I the tax-books can find to fill the offices without regard. tu
with water while lying at anchor along the along the coast teeming with game of all ceedrd I in bringing about this result but its f..r J KSI): party) affiliations ami that anything likejioliticM
kinds, would offer to Northern visitors attraction mission is by no 1111'1111"0' Acres of land owned' and as.se.ssed. I 1(10.700( i ( will lie. ignored mid only the best
beach The storm raged furiously I all night, :
interests of he city l looked idle r.-l ; /.
unsurpassed by other portion hope our friends will rally around] it, and Acres of cultivation I fl.U.fc'l:
serious loss any )
but.as yet, no very : damage or
of the State and thus immense amount not only give it their good. I wishes but something Valuation $> .VtSfH7 Sudden Death of Hubert (l, Cooh;
of life is i reported from that place,-Union of Valuation of town nml .city lots... :IV,83.1No. .
March SO of travel would be the and the :. more substantial allll'ru'ticnl. I If we 1'Mq.To
consequence, of horses nod! mules.\ ..... 711No.
Gadsde.'e .... thousands! dollars now spent) c\'crymonth can collect tho little debts! due us! and extend of meat alllllt.I'k cattle 7OHNo. !!. the l-'ilitur f the Union :

i' t \\ arc indebted to an experienced tobacco on the St. Johns and ]less favored sections of iU circulation we intend to mako an of sheep and goats. ..... lil.'JNo. : The citizens of JILWtt.yYt'ru startled on
of sxvincuml hugs. 3.13): Tuesday morning last on hearing of the
manufacturer of this county for the following ] the State, would find its way here to develop cntirechangc:: in its appearance before the beginning Value of unimul: .: 83,2.'JO.OO: ) sudden,! and\ altogether unexpected) death ofJ1r.
hints in relation to the cultivation of this beautiful peninsula! with its charming of unotOcr{) year.I'e shall increase A ;:rl'gute'nlue of l'crsonul property Cook which (occurred ;Monday evening .
Cuba tobacco for the manufacture of cigars: : climate and healtb-restoring! advantages.And iU size to eight l'agc'8-ha\'ing! for iU model I .......... ............. .................1811.IH7.00! the :21t. Inst., ut his residence at High
the Fernandina Mirror, which i is regarded] by 'Total State tax.}.... 7.7HJ.KB land Station, Florida.
I'I The nature of the soil employed has a great we say give us a main trunk road ;
Total county ta 7,7HO.K7 He was nearly :5.:! years! ofd ('. and in early
influence the color of the leaf the then as the business necessities of jioint every one who has ever seen it ali being the
I upon ; any The county taxes are assessed us! follows : life engaged/.: in lumbering in Pennsylvania' ,
: climate, on the contrary, has not. To produce require it, ]let them be connected by branch most neatly I'rinh'flptl'f'r In the State.:! Our and hU success was so marked that he even-.
Fur ... $1,272.18For
various colors in the leaf, the tobacco roads-thus securing to the greater number job office will likewise be improved. This, county school pur|>o.s
t. must! be managed in houses, by curing and of people the advantages of railroad facili of course! U I on conditions that we* receive For building j purpose l'u rpotI'H................... 1,00:1.05 Hardec,'entru1IMlnl Cook V| Co., whose in ChicagoMichigan vast interest re.,

I sweating. Constant moisture, until the main ties. We have had a very favorable spring the necessary encouragement. So we hope St. Johns. Virginia, nml in Florida] for attaining the
stem of the leaf becomes of a nut-brown for planting] ; good stands of cotton and that none will take exceptions to the little Three of our sail boats .left thl* morningfor nucccnM thut such extended business ramifications -

j' color, and then bulking at a heat of 110 degrees corn is the consequence, and farmers all reminders we send out but remember} the Fernandina to attend the regatta ut that require. He began time manufacture;
of (lumber at Highland Station some two
l Fan-illicit! will produce walnut color. seem to be driving ahead with more vim and object we have in view and I respond placo on next Monday. The buatsareastoi. yeuntugo, und built ono of the finest mill
(z A temperature of 110 degrees, with a corres- energy than usual.-Tribune. promptly.'e mean all we say, an.llf the low : "Wild Yankee" Idlewild" und in Florida, where he was doing a very suc
ponding decrease in the moisture, will produce Leon. citizens of this< county will give us the right Winona." Wo hope{ their trip" will be apleasant (,('I'lIrI1IIJ11..lntIJ. manufacturinglumbcrfrom

a nut-brown color. For lighter colors, The bureau of immigration, consisting of sort of encouragement; we promise a good and successful one.-Mr. P.. H .State ltJIJOIJ, of acres Florida.of the He finest was! pine u man IUJulii of business,in the

"" the beat and moisture should be reduced relatively. the commissioner of]lands and immigration, paper in return.-Hannfr. Oreatorex left on Tuesday for Ft-rnandlna, sagacity foresight and tad that enabled him

_. ) .-Quincy Herald.Jlernando.. (president) the governor and the comptroller Oranuf.General to display the firework in the ojiening) :. celebration t to surmount diflicnlticit where many would-
. hell a meeting:. ]last week for the reorganization and Mr*. 11. H. Ban ford arrived of the Short Line between Jacksonville have failed and alr'IIIIat his\ age, had be-
cured a handsome competency. lIe leaves a
I left Day Tort, on the 2'M inst., the birthday (if the bureau, and for the purpose of here on the steamer Hunt Tuesday evening und] iVriiamliiia.We are informedby wife and seven childrenfour daughters and
of a good and great man. Thinkingthat : putting its machinery into active and efficient anll will remain a few days.} In anticipation Dr. T. A. Pacettl, ticket agent for the New three ttoiin_to mourn the loss of an affectionate
I might do some good for the benefit of operation. Hon. A. A. Robinson, of of Mrs. H.'n arrival, the ladiesandgentlemcn] I York and Charleston line of steamships I that husband und )1UnUt.) Two of bin
the and the took barometer elected and sent to her] the travel JilL'S already turned northward with three son are attending college in Muryi
country people, I my .. Manatee county, was commissioner of our town had prepared{ land. IIiimiddcn deJ\lI.\ has brought yiounti
and at Bay Tort commenced to take of the bureau, and Mr. D. H. Place; Alach-- room at the San(.Jrcl) Hou'!'c. some most elegant a jtcrfwt stampede. We would\ warn all lug and mulness to a hitherto loving:. and unbroken .
the altitudes county at different points.. tut county as general agent of the bureau. bouquets In testimony their respect those troubled with )pulmonary disease motto family circle, unit until this Hidden-

At Spring Hill, which is 17 miles east of It was decided to keep a branch office open) and esteem which are greatly admired and venture north too quickly; we may yet bereavement home set-Hied! drplatewhet'.
unalloyed huppincM reigned Miprcmely.N4IICM
Bay Tort, at the residence of Mrs. Law I in Jacksonville, and Mr. Samuel Fairbanks appreciated her.-Orange Cuunly Iltporter. have very fool weather, which will be. felt U.: U4LMW. M, D.

found the elevation to be 100 feet ; at Broka- of that city, was selected to take charge of 'fUE'rJI."T.BU I ISTEKKST.-With such a severely north and a sudden change.: from a L.VWTEV, March :21. ,,:,r%



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I ; 1 1Li II R.I I V R.V. There! was \curious r.dxturoof! youth and 5' In fact, considering all I thil higs." pilitely I intending\ I to open the door--- for hid! the flowers away reverently and lovingly .

1f age tihoiit her; the features w'rc'wor and .!Ir. Orey, WIIlIIII. up his peroration, exit. The.se stalwart limbs knew noth III a "'"11 bandbox." It is true that in

JR'I, walls and, gates: of ,pearl, old ; thl'slic was young and, fresh ; the fig- think we cll4lll'r! that the Swiss I of the slender shackles: that bound thl'l, order: to 1'111, for tilell, she was obliged .
lire roundness of form it mighthave are : to turn out her best cap. Mrs. OreyII'l"il..1
: O ilden streets cMwnsofgold! IIL1 l'xclcllt \\! :Mis Hruckciithurpc felt a sudden pull at
f What: ; a heaven you disclose, formerly possessed! but every, move' I m im.Mit's silence ; he I I i i i I for; it sumo days) If'rwlrd.I I having
81 hard: so stately and so cold.Wai inent and. t trick.of. m inner was hesitating.shy to have the nrgum.-nt t all I to himself.I l jlockc. dear me, my I thread," cried the misled it from flit IWllr'l at table
and, aim) ist childlike.A" deml-god, as fllrl"couhl "elfeclIll I t tie lady I, !up tearing to grope with out dhote, but she was not surprised to learn
'$ )jasper; would hOt care, for Miss Ilrickcnth'irpe's Influenceon ruing: twilight, was sinking ,. ban'\Is in the semi-darkness I that that It was only one of the! 111)things that
Ought for UK1, prisoner! there, pretty, blooming Mrs. (!rey..1 wil be scarcely !1nmllrj; the IL.v. Tim ithy, who I! rn suinbeL her. I\'re-I there ; /no--here ; po. ir Miss lirackcnthorpc t : !' hdlllt'.'
\ No I in iro than $.IIlIt.! stone wall bare, credited that t the former WIi I decided volunteered an opinion, iiod.led hits ; I beg! your pardon, yes-! -hero..." That wary Ilrlh'gl4t'I! IlhlK
t ta Shutting! < out all light)% and lIir.OCj thorn in the fide ''fthifs prosperous: )young slowly. What is It l' ukc.1'rv voice, that of ('('ii t i' iiceiipieil I WIll her (tatlghtll the
matron: vet so it was.Poor Mrs. Grey of course, had no ) ) t offender i lie \walked quickly 01 her t\clel came ( % "rl'l k ftst.Iveryl .
: of \pearl might let me through, Miss! Hrackenthorpe, like many others her own, and felt no' need of capping to his im'II.ll"\'; place. and broke the! s' : Illh.h surprised I tiunl l disappointed
But: a pair of burs would do, of her kind I had,I no tact, 111', she. was hl.hall.I'1 remarks. t real, us became rlllr; then, when he MWhat to hear of t the early departure of the,
at J'I'4t. us well comfort 'me : st range1\deficient in that 'Illa I v, being unfortu Then I in thus !ie'II'f and the twilight happened, he tried) to extricate himself young Englishman: i I piece of news whicli'Miss
Make me happy} hopeful, free.A I m'ely willed) with t the fatal: talent of n f.lilt. IH.iltill'Iie,: mend matters, but only made them Hruckciithorpo/i t I I bail i apparently t I casually I
3 iving the wrong t thing at every ot'portimimi.I !. "I do) t ,)I( I lie guides very I for us be! turned r"Ulflll round, II'ulllilic I learned frll t the waiter. Mis.i drey cspe-
gold crown would so heavy be," some ihuit't you ? : thread all about his chilly l was loud i in his pr.iises and it WI! "
1 s,,. I thillk1111 none flrl1/ When John ('lre' had, ('nll'11Ipnn her one The I remark, despite the last two ) : ll'ct it lore again she wh anxiously' scanned t the pages of t thevisitors'
O >U.1I11 I cr iw.ts and preol.HH stones, cveninglate in July, an I 1''ICUIC,1, hN inl"ii'ioinf was: apparently addressed\ to the entire 11111!sorry..again he ,111 hll""'. lie was book to Ii nil his IHII'. Hit it was
Earthly tiro us human b.me.s: t ta kill hi I. wi''f ur tin I l'm'1' wa'king pany ; no one replied hit I :' I i the face i'rll (he efforts he made to lot t there. The 'other names were? there in
T.ia w irld-w irn hearts! wrung with grief. r p i thrntir'i, 1 tl.c re lest: a-e lery in Switz'rl.ri laugh went round the group. sII'Jre I ), himself. At lat John drey', who full, the dreys I having wl'it1 them down
; Cannot in them! li.id relief. : I. \\lllr M'm Ii&.uej.iti! : Ir\l' 'hacl midden "lleally. dearhiss: : hir.iekemtt hiorpe, I in fits:, of laughter, released) hi II. Mrs 111ll'llalc"oll' their nrh'lll
: j ly couldn, know" : I the appealed
hrhtht"III'II\ guess! you began i .\ was gracefully l :amused. lt' wl1
: Tell m. kin Incss rules that world; a delicious) !1" she had said drey.Fortunately. "Dear :Miss ', to, was! much annoyed) to (llld thlt the Englishman : -
Tiut P.MPJ I is ove/yw'icro: ifurle( 1 I'; in bushel, ,enthusiastic tC""'!. "How I wishyou ; there was not sullloient .) : irk I I uni ufrai Hrackeiithorpe. I we I )your lakc pretty had departed: suddenly I and
dlt t Ti!; it gl.i I IIMS, hip.', ('() npreisi; in sweet, v..iiil'l take me too, Jolin, I am a verveeono'iiicd light to betray the blushes that rose to itt appreciate it.Ilall'\'I'r. without- giving the requisite! details of' his
With p-irj and! ;goner! un virtures meet ; i I I traveler ; I wonder I if I couldn't the (, of p or Miss Hrackenthorpe ; Poor Miss Hrackentliorpe looked nervous name i t and I l'l'lll'lle.I o : 11"'II.II.If I i i i
nlPI T/i;l it tnu IInl I h mor, ju til:(' sure.With join 'OI1 once ill her life. !she knew! she had M.hl' guilty."Can tu ,Il'I'111111\'. .' I'OUIII.\' tl Wat.
t fr..lln.I wis 1 mi si ill endure: "I 1 could.1was John's curtr thing and but from
say 01 wrol.t( feebly tried to retrieve ( you forgiva me? asked, the liber ers, they, h\'II I'l"'l'i\'d Ilr l'4l'l!
Too, i I'd liki 11 g.i' right w'I1.- --joinder and then he had: walked tu t the pli iOI. giant with a smile, as he offered th,' Ilrler. cared but, little for their employer's
For lova I is h uvon, Irite is Ii"l I.n. |I. win low and, looked out and sucked the top 111.11," she stammered: -" hat is to his band! for, MW"l go id night" salutation. imgry WII'I1 and shrugged t their
E. N., In H i,ne Jmrnrrj.1,00fl of his e.uie, wil"tIi": : Hruckcntlrirpe sat -of course one eati't help t thinking-" was !\\Wl! bewilileringly I" sweet smile, that his itihito.'i's (carelessly, they went un theirwiv

blissfully clrv-aming! dreams, and planning: Hit the demi-god( had awakened from Hracken'horpe' felt she would like to ro.'j"idn.' to 11.I,1 some lure of his
MISS nn I UK 1 ..Vl'llIUJE.D plans of pleasure.Her slumber. I 11 her !substance in Inlying' balls of china.The.I .
lolgingseenud 1 so cl L\DV UXDMY, (of Hilcarres.) July Mini mred) III up in th: Ia 1 rh'eril'lt tones, "a guide, is like an old his face with silent rapture; n-i one be Hut what 01 earth can it possibly signify
mi the' studV: W Ille' chairs: ant I on thegaiiuly vaiiL'uui: have heard the adage' 'For now had ever asked! her to forgive hil. my dear? asked John drey indignantly
papi-r, II \, dcorated, the Ii re first seven \'l'all good Ml'r\lt. the k-sew! not how to' all Wl'r. at bust: ""'hat does it (,,iH'l'r us
It w.is an 1t'1'lf after the: table d'hote dinner It,),', and: wII'h: t wore t lie onUsummer soven a kind master, the next "I told I was a -great lumbering fel whether I t the fellow's! name was Smith! or
lIlt siill: t I" 111 to r' t to I.I. t.) i early II iwer.s sha h.d 1 exp.-etod to !see ; whilst tyrant..' Hut 1I! regards Swiss guides I ," he went\01 on. Jones, or lolilII': ? 1'or Il'a\'I'l Mike, I
CV3'1: : tr th. "early ti .\ early to rii"\: Switzerland; was a c 1,1. delightful I Paradise must substitute days for years. Mv "Oh. no. ." pour nit t the c idee ; he may go tl Zerlat,
I BUU'I.JI-.S; of threo distinct\! w.liking parties! on c.irth. the horn j of th-: Alpine; r.ise and has Iwcl with me /more' thin I irtniglit Her tremulous 10 hand lay fluttering I in his, or to, Jericho, for. all I care I''
who wjro c.i.ivorsing, III the: lo.ig 1.1IIIll.. of i the 1 Elolwoiss 1 ; th 'r.'Jr green pastures you: may guess! at my subjection." don-1 u;> ,uu vithihat lie thought And !i the matter ended. At least, it )
llu sin ill hotel at d -, It was twilight, and gurgling streams. The young! hero Itl II.II" he said u gentle "cine'z I. Poor Miss Hr.ickcn- nearly' ended !i.
lot cd a du.il kin 1. O.itside tho op.-n win- a e a # with an air of lllt-hlm.lrc.1 power bit her lips ; but pleasure is II to A year lh'rwartt.: somewhat suddenly',
)'.\' 4, the! Mini ,II .-r sky! hat I deepened into \Vlt: else could 1 .t'l< my dc.ir.(' argued knowledge! of his own strength and ) l IHlr Miss llraekenthorpe! Ill'll Her demise
lovoly! gray tints!: with a br 1:1: streak( of tendor ) ,r John! an hour afterward, in answer ties t that amused everyone. and pO"II I Dear Miss Hi-.ickctithorpo(' said :rr;. was not wholly unexpected\ '; :hl' had been
q green: :when'Hit: ) rod gold su.iset:' had but \I t his wiles reproaches; "there was enthralled, Miss llruckcntliorpe. She I re illy must ask ,let mo pass ; kn iwn 11 have a '. complaint. Nor didit
lately 'fal.'l 1 away ; tho mig.itv rango ofni absolutely l lo'.hill.t clso to s.ly." impelled( to talk to hill ; the IncI'eil all:1'n' tired of staiiohlii\11,. ." materially distress anyone.. Mrs. drey
1 niiita'iH; : 11.1 11 i lost till I d.-ta.l i of, form, and "My: dear John: you li *ilL Ilrel' have darkness gave: her (courage('; besides! : Ju i The spinster! "efface: I I" herself. against the w.is. a little il:1oycl.: as she was! obliged to
was nuuolin! I \purple, aim iitvi iletsliadows: invented, s'mi j oxcmc. Well I, : I<, our drey h had entered on I fresh argument tor ; her in niient of happiness!" was over ; i put 01'II dinner party, to which., among;
.1 L'ijj; ig/o I oJtjiiuM' t.UllinJ grandly: out trip i!sp ilf, and I there t is only one thing to the HIlchlal! mid under cover of t Olll put a lighted t-in: I,' l.t'III'r ban 1 I. I guests, the Po'iuitelinister! and an
1 a.; lime; tho' 'pallid; sky. b. d 'le111 know." MOIII their voices she was able to (' !she! followed) '.)ol rs. drev and the Scotch! : archbishop had promised! to '.Oll'.
Jid; lor.. the semi-darkness; : was made visi- "What ? out her intention.Fortune upstairs.! She: ha I scarcely reached the Hut if itt) one grieved, ito) one! benefited,
blj by tli j 'olllw dicker: of b.ilf 11111t ?1I miserable : "Wo must c witrbaance! her. Poor furthermore, favored her ; ', ,. WI'I: she t thought of the very t thing t for po ir Miss t Hrackcnthnrpc had hit little
oil lain.H! that seem 1 to t throw ctiri- : :Miss!;! JJrackentliorpe: inn-it have: n makewjight : was sitting l'lol'UI t thedcmi-god ; and) : ought to Irivcsuid: ) tllhcleloll! What property to will away. A friend !in NewS

I o.U3i.iIo\Mo.i! ceiliiK an I walls: a.id to I itijon, you know-a man, Orcy, whose! satire she dreaded. without pity: she! had: II ,t th 1\ hlt' : (! She! nith Wales received a quaint old ring the
bring into :startling, \prtminence) the! defects lit.eaui so l''III\ \. he four, you know. derstanding) it, was' furthered from ,' : over. t the lulustia uughi tl'! knew dreys! I li\'l'rt teapot 1 cousin in Htimpshiic!
of 01 JrylJ ) h"':! fae.oa.idfeituro.s.: Y din thllf : Hut I young! man won't do.. he.alo01 the /rol\p. was too late, for, there was:, not a soul! in a few trllhllr legacies. One of the said .
t d fulfill light t.ieritl: ., ) ofE igllsh travelers WL5c..i1 i never will talk tip i lor. :Miss Hrackentliorpcyourself "I you." she murmured softly. "ItO She!. could, hear some IIIlr'Oi"l'lnt c.Mi.siu's u ,tIIltl'r4.! I happy-faced girl of
1 : versing \pleasantly, nay, merrily cnougu.) John, you know, and, of course, like the little t mountain flowers?'' ; frontdoor ; then she smelt a \rhiili'of llh'pn.1'alw &' possessor of the spin.
1 T.*" first walking party consisted: of four I can't be left to talk to her. We must find Do. I ? replied thedemt-god t with : r smoke. 1 'r'l ltlo'riil desk, tin old-fashioned

iooile. :Mr. and: Mrs. drey, who. werea young I lIIitl-u.tlt.) respectable steady mall" bility. .Iitdeeul. I hardly l know ; I Dear Miss i Urackenthorpe: t arc you loik- thing ( \\'II I was empty of all papers
cv.i.ili!? ; Ui. 1II1.llh'-IIJe.lllll.1 ll.-v. Timothy .I btl'f advertise for a butler,, my afraid I am not at all learned about for one of the waiters' ?' a"kedIr". except / unimportant i notes ; but
Ir.,.v.e ; an I IlL rotation of 1''!Ir. drey, an elderly i dear. or else one of the keepers! of a lunatic Ir ." .\', pausing on the way. one day) us the girl lilted; \ the lid somewhatroughlv.
spinster: wio: uw.ied the namo of I asylum.." "Hut you pick them ? Oh, I think "Oil, no, not' 1 waiter,'' answered the I a secret spring 1'e.I ', and an V
B.'aokonthorpe. : No.isense, John ; I have thought of the are so exquisite.. I love thl'l better '' thing with unnecessary candor ; that inner drawer was suddenly I disclosed. Within '
1.4 Tli'w: la,ly was: known to' everyone as ")lcl'r very tiling-you know the rector down in Knglish: garden Its uvers. There is I so I mean, no one ut all. the drawer lay 1 bunch withered wild
Bliss B.-ackonthorpo: ," the VX.ICL! reason why I I the country at my father's place, the llev.Tim. atmosphere! of the mountains, about I Mrs.'! BI'lekllthltpe1.! h by predilection, IIWl'I, so dried up t that they crackled and
'tis Iud to tell. :Siie;; WH not go id looking, \thy Hwwnei' something. so wi.t so free.. late riser, and) when forced by c"CII'" I tl t li"l'C. at the first touch. Tied to
b.it neither: w.nsio! cspeeiilly' the reverse ; And, so "II\ pass: that the Rev.' Timothy Her new fri"llllolk puzzlc'l '.' and Swiss! CI"tOl generally them W piece of paper vhiereoiias
sio! w H n it hcs.t! I with rein:irkanle talents. Hrownc, much delighted by his young What brutes we Icn II"t be !" he ,' than she I Iiltl'I1 I !hie was Il.I.lol plIC. Witll in "01.1. nii'iily characters :
j L.it wj aro not all b mi clo.ror ; she! was certainly friends' I invitation, was called upon; to'countcrlulance swered, gently. 1)a you know I !, but generally made I tu.I ly and some Miss! Hruckcnthurpc ; a pcace-olTer-
) fir IV mi rich:: bin in this particular poor :Miss Itracken thorpe inS most! IfrLI to tell you. but I IHI'I untidy at t the l.r.-akfast; II..."
a'n: WH nitu,ilike a gul III my of heruMg'ib W i tz'rllllti i times felt n real pleasure in treading on ,'. She upl.ar.I"1, e p.-ople' who tire Only think. mamma," lxllilec the
II':. Yet sie! W.H never spoken$ of I his mission! very well. Hogave gentians, and tr\illj to cut off the h"1\1 u.zIyM! losing their keys! whose buttons: voting girl, with a little 1Ih. "poor Miss;
am igit li.-r: frie id* an 1 aoqu ilntuuces ex- his! arm nnmurmnringly ill, the spinster the big daisies \ my stick t ?" never get;buttoned, \whose: strings:' have n.lkCllh'lrl' must have had) I romance
CJ,>* a* "p i ir Miss Hr.iokjiitu.irpj." whenever sI Ir. drey l requested: him, to do "H'alh'I". :Miss: Hruckcnthorpc, gave trick l of tying. th'III! id vt's. into knots ; utter at I.-Temiile H",.
T 10 ni'in'i'Mof I tlusee. 111 cim.iinv w.-re I I. I Ho sat beside her a' tuhl.I'htI,' whenever tie sigh.. "I-I Always thought that :h herself io anyway,
br.,rijr! an I sister a str mg "laig-lei: ;" pair i W.11 Mi ordered) ) I h\' < and he strongest natures should be the ii.( ran hit i 111'11\I, tumid) the things she SJl I'OI'UL.Ut SUPBIVS1'I'IOitS.1,1 ; .
0* .Vi.Tlniins I : ; whilst: tlie thirl I walking had fund (if hiotlri.I\I'titlil11, knowledge and the most pilfll.I she murmured who"I tst wanted: 'c\ClU\\I'! into odd .\.- :" and actresses tire excessively superstition
|A y co.iaist.il of nob >dy l but II In e1.: He that came in made him. softly ; I hClr to t think; ulllrwi e ,"' of the rl"III. Hut, 11:: tl following .*. One of the foremost leading Italics
"... a yotiiig: J..J'hlllllklll.t.I $ "part.1 WllllJ ilhary I. as MIsS Brckeltlorpc herself. ; averred, a I is oic-olle of the mn-\ beautiful thu :, to her meeting vit lJr young I in t the ci,111't"I,1 t the writer Oll'l' I that she
exoti.'siou' ttIrIlt1..llSWitZ.rLLIl1:: : lie hail' mint, ,.. CCI illl. in the world, added this romantic ,' :Miss Uruckcnthoipc was:, ulert 111 bail never l'"I'lhl.1 her hair after dark but
a*.: .!II 1 lo I 111I ut of the high peaks, and crossed Yet the young 1,1 was not !ltf.1 in an unll'rtllC. '-the t i first 1111 I I her party.. She: dressed! the uct had brought her It"llp"iltlllClIt.Tlis .
tlij: III Mtda igor m 4 P.IS.S.H. mid having but I '" \ fe v jie .v w irldi left too in )j-uvin thise (II.Irts, i1. I suppose, I )plctic.I .' : equivalent stroked his beard thlughtfll.10 felt (' WI' .\ to t the salle, while tt rr", ill -dllir, al w '\ got up nut of
", ho w.n"d IIIII.. :3 ,v.t JI'IILII.Il"Jr the I.Ht time, for the bl ick universally detested I inclination to :\11. vi '\' was yet'turning in her bed!, \mdering onest ippe.1 its rocking. Ih111111,1., she
bJ" lilt. lljh.il I a favorito guide, a nativeofsinu t 11' K I iglishw! mun. And. it was all the have doiu ; on the contrary there t was s it,\'I'l' also ilutely imp; tssible to in said the next person vhoi il w.lhl
: rJllltJ: villa of the: dris ins, WIll ifol- worse because the ,1lmI uiti t was in a measure thing in the tremulous timidity I of her .' in one II'f..allII"IZ..' before John: fall ill, When her right hall itches it Is a
l.iwjl I him like his shu: low (literally followIn I the guest of t Mrs. (drey, who was too which touched. ) lil., whilst i it removed ,,, ii: t""i exclaim! for the tenth time: : sign SI: wllllke;I I I'illl' : with a stranger,

'11J.1 .<. ti: ia-i. : lu w H cillel I tho guide: ), and muli. o"ti la )ly to I bo openly or aggressivelyru absurdity. from wlrll: she IU"r'lt Really, \' dear !" and it t Ihrill'lrs II tl left it signifies' J
lived hi.n lik. a br ith.-r ; at least:, that:. win le. She: Ok r -ly !gn ired, and so.II speak, "I believe) you are quite Tll'rc.I n'ib tdy in the sullo but a wait I', the II""(' Her hu.-bt.nd,
yj. CiJ11.., i < E: 1 1iiIIJ\: m's own ,'r,111I i iit' !sat up in :Miss! Hrackeuth t irpu with 1 negative swered with honest conviction. ,' "\' who in lilt shabby!.: : I black! clot'ies and who:. j is a l pipular low 1.llll1al.: believisfirmly '
.4} &.::1 :tr'rd: I u. as ho p 'mtod; with a 1.LZV gestue t though crushing displeasure.: won't tread! on the flowers more I than I \' hit dab! irate shirt f\JI. Io.iked: as if that to break a 11111 : foretells
'.['. over his K'..O ill) r ti the porch of tl.e Rat I this poor' lady was used to I be sat upon help! for the future, but I am afraid, that h bvi: upall: night. .was //loiil' I'.cith! '.uitl4O his father fell in a fatal apoplectic .
f \ li ,tel. W.II::, wa visio.e through onoof the and merely hI\'ellllr! head little low big lumbering fellows"- the thick! white: cups; ali) :.lll'CI lit.I w.iilos.'i.uin..aiid: broke the mir
Is :Miss Urackcnthorpo to plates! at the eitl ttio.' long: dining ta ror in his '.
: op3i: wi,i.l iw<, .11111 wwro: two or thrcc.tuill'1l, er uidcr: ) the Ir"IIllelt. it lire, or perhaps talking 11 11111"
hUu.v.i i.iolulol. stul.sin I ; iking I their pipes, the t4izllr! result of 1011' lonely.\' years of about her favorite! 1.lwcl 7' asked : whore!. the dreys t heir Sc.itch: friends The old superstition: of tlirll'l'l: at table
,"d .1,1 I arguing noisily in their It"rrilll'i...:>- h ; gi i\1 I kind of oull.11 (1'\; '. shirting her 1IIililllllcl taking a .' to hrlk.t! There were ID signs of is! well k I II\:n. Not I long ago the writer
,", ") O.rm L\: crust, an appearance of I indillereiiccthat wasus :, bCt\.Cl'l\ that lady and) thc 'III iii.imi. l ,' f.t-t us yet, h"we\cl; only: I the usual, dined with a friend, whose gun sts and fami
i'li .' .\ .vC1 nrilTs: thsj: guideas a rule," go id as! reality. Thus, also, nature gives has quite 1 pa"Iiol fir these tiny "" .:& bowl of hoI! WIIl1: c umtle.-s flies I ly made up that fatal: number. The Irist
q-a >th: tho! young\( nun, stretching hiimelf shells to snails t to, )protect them as IllICh as and so I have I t for I that lIIat'r.01 kiti ulr-u ly 11mw,1.1, thl'I..I'c"! and! to. !sent the oldest son 1\1 to obviate t Iho11rca'111Il'I"l"lll'IC
fond! of ( I tier >ss th'- .' of ta I ,.
oat in: tho t.irtu nu c ,11I11111.111.11uf wickerWJrk possible! from blackbirds and other destroying always was 11\\'f. wlidi CXI.II" t t this ball gen
t : croaking: wliito: w i.nl 1 and (either fowls! of the air. \'es, my dear," lai I Juhl!somewhat (' lal other flies, ":I'lr suicide, his wife whl'1 she sus-
tratn thaS wis bv cr.irtesy misnamed an Mi-s l Hrackenthorpc !seldom attempted to patiently.)'. He was gathit'ringtttl kinds rapidly wending their wa\ Hut th'rl peuded; ) I /fan.-y hor.>e-slinc over the front
c.u./ ciilr! an 1 linking' the while with deli l.tlilllh'II'r I young r"lllh'l I (partly because teresting facts about: the: .law u' tiy'o it s iiiK-thing t ; else ".t the: .' that imme door on New Yl'ar'l Da\'Ir luck

I nit O.\ti..t th: :a great chain! of vi ilet m niu. thlllInhtloI1 knew t \.I1 I impossible, from the Aberduiiian, and resented the /trm'ht Miss JrII'\'I'lhorls t gaze; There.' are plenty IIllr. Oll'IS) to order, I
and because she didnot know how trusion.: wis 'of left eye itches! will before
taii: lib tea toes hud so Kve*>fully over- partly I \ I I\'L hL.tltil',1 your 'I cry
"I think all ladies are fond \ and simply! u day is over but if it
c.>:n ?. to begin ) and she was curiously)' disregurdlessofMrs. II' ; lallllull If. ; happens l'l your right,
Miu I H.-a-okenth: \ : rp> P.t14.t lln her tatting : drey': I Jittle mental prods and said the dcmi-god, who was still plate: ('\.I : .%'O'I wil laugh, hear oo.III'\\4.! or see someone
IOI\.5. You snail hard his ln-ard meditatively. P.fir; Miss l Ikl ') ; 1 heart: pal Pit1. you 1"\1'. your foot; itches
Ligl t I'UJ: ut at I.illl.; hj was a young giant, ; may hi 1 pretty Oi 'nlI"rJ"s I 'UI wil
"The earliest mention that with 1 feelings us she! walk
a n I'\! ".).Idm !: of .v.\\hfullll.1IIhll."I\ she his shell I ; lie : Iil"df up very tight, "we I 'ro\\ 11 "trlll' r"llt. which is to go In
CL''J.t: U '.II\'l'i: : la.I ju I.dn.'; U'41 1LII hut lit docs not !oI 1 tuli'r from the the Scriptures on this Iuhj.c. began: ('\near and took! up: the ''IJwlrl! in her 1 journey, and, I t the :all performance 1011 r
dimu an) I dannels had doubtless judged s'.iork.Miss: HC\'crl'IIITllllolh\:' in a serb. ,mixing hands."Ah. knee prognosticates! a guest It is unliieky
bar lie w.n bro-.vu altogether 1 excepthis JJrackentliorpe Will a simple-minded is, euri.I' enough, not whl'rl our Yl'''the! waiter said :;>asm-i, lie-ally". tI lay your knife and fork: crosswise, to sec
evo<, wliio'i: : wore brill! int: and liue! lUei \\,11.1; him never took 1 hum t, and never K\e"- tl gentleman, bo leave them for do lady' the new m >,on for I ton fir I'lIroJ. hosatstariujat this landscapo ; appreciated an inmuMidodark sayings weresavings think it 1 is time to go to "What gentleman 'o led shonMer! : to 15ml M knife or razor, or to
a ;> a j "n.I't)1
it: tllot.!II air \V I" liglit! brown, thick und) curly\ ; dark rts night to- her. If you I I ')', jumping up !oI1.1.1"II.\ gelt\I.1 who: gone away ills morn ,'r'Is.a funeral procession jr \01 siitguiumr- >
his:: bjarl wis .Ink brow.i.densotin I Isilke Ii; frowned) or winked at,her, thc asked if thc feel quite restless and tired you it >"\\ I ". mg. a meal you will so-sit encounter disap.
much for if Miss I Hrackcnthorpe are ready ? June away ? pointment:! n.Lilly one who \\' ) \ unilly
his inflexion, %Y.ts tanned! to u warm r i-ldy! light was too your eyes ; youin "ul 1111'
Lr \vii : and liU Ilin'-a: gl iri-ris in theirtronti ide facos, she! inquired il''ou suffered! from (Juite ready.) replied) that I IH'.ipl "Y"I yes. do 1 tall EI lsllml; him Ole 'H'i'ti,1 un impoliteness deserves. If a dobays -'
: and h.IUIur p.ip. rins. woe toothache. Mr*. HrlWII"! as kind to her uiwu'rc : pulill" her tatting hut..I away )' 0:1: de 111ltlil: : guide. lie under your window it "portends sick"ness
.l!;ia garme.itd of ua: indistillct'row.l\ tu st peop'e. John: Ore was her cous! euihitri iad of _\III'r \' curly gentleman. nnd( the h..wlil.. tiC dogs is n, sure sign
ca.?. in. spinster looked' the young couple cloth and hlul ribbon, whiictu done IIt :(1)'I'rl' gone the pleasant o.: deuth-t.ithenmhtV rest of unv 11I,7n
h a I'.nr! :Miss U"la'nth'lrpC'! admired) him with 1\1 a mild cousinly Oi atl'ection that! ned in her pocket. Yet |M-rbai s, in all '.\ $:lll !: Hkl'IPLCk: of cards, ('.I\h! ot. To lind a pearl in tin ovs'ter: beto

vatlv sho.lmn: .>.liatcly classed him in her might easily: have been stirred into feeling fl she had I never felt wi I little ready. l I'I! ir soul hat built ut 1 within her. own kens good, fortune, of course, u'nd a f stir-
; '. Yet she hail the effect of am wlull have given a few years of that ; dreams fancies t th"rulI" intan leaved) Hover is equally desirable) and) about
arilt., mind a i nothing I less than; a demlgod.6'itfguvea m ire Iltl'I! .
life continue her converse at : truly, and misty. yet it1 as with.
little sigh; a* her I errant i-ye.< fl't41r.l iral hIh.r! on the sift, fair skin of youngMrs to pleasant Illl' tl pre rir.I.Ilt Toarry 11.t wih111\
It that slu t.tl to her. It was n-it she bad when I is
I drev.Miss moment. t WLS sUlwl.I.11 : IllCh you m I'l' bud Irn-k. bit .
I 11'( > her tatiJl: she! was II gr.-at II .ua
bonus iji l', handsome, for! tw I or three m rc kind cat wak
to her what: tim king is 11 Hruckenthorpe was always losing her to a voting man/ a 11:1' strange Ito y.mr house isKod: -
: tatting( was bracelet married amiable ) nun For to )", u smile of sym-iathy.: '. a few fIT t the cat. doubtless.I .\ bee
she I ere- J1\c.
: things ubout
what! drinking) or wi-t. >rhoiviing. : ; lit I buzzing
i un Mif lu. or trlIpelu be it ) those : good{ will'I)I which the the l is
of they tlU'lllf ro mi of I
or intellectual\ r 'nversation i is to (-iw, she left 1111' of gloves in the thule young men spoken !m:11 1 s-.gn! a K t:"r. as well us th it
< mid tat ut breakfast or during last hotel ; the : 1111 clrimb.-rmaids not usually iy seek out the ,' ,it : ( I t tlu'rlrl' t the rich ones of the is 'tin' one will be stung): if |lot' |b c.lrd'ul.| .
otaN..i'a"! / c Wlilf lot
; in the train or un the m I'lntaius ; itwii'a wore c mtinually rlllillr after her with thi : l>oor :'t i5 Hr.lkcllhlrpel! \wall I rt, hi) ('al ." 'tll111 their poorer' weaker. The ('r.wl}. I't? cock at early morning or
guor. ) sister! tokens!
much hertiYt men that > ever this or which are !s i easy he a seissors.
to hlli WI. ,11'pjll.t"f knife
bar.n'.e.ss! 1ait an I lonoeas'.lycarrieilab : stray w.iifs II' her property, as ) etc.. which
i pu i blesse 1 receive! Hut ;
vexation. giant, this courteous demi-god. give, s to : her hero ( "Ir,
one's h : o as : Ore "s 11\'asl..1 II.I111 ;. To
It interforj.1 with II I tLaI.Ie.s.A ; t.lf. f'rdl'ls'Isitlln
rit "urpr hU\'i
: Mrs. hud said that P.I ir Miss Hrackenthorpe was always) atuitishueti the best. Sbe felt a liUl'l and gone an 1, in goin.bid left behind 1 Icy II your p .- IIUMMI means
-, I yet. y m q drey with him. though he was ., sweet tries. Pior Miss Hrackcn- hat be
to discover that she hud lost herthill's pathy : > 11 you \\.lllIot h'roskcfor u nionti, ztmull,
iory- in'irniiu t.* lu-r gets: hU'lull on niv :nerves, Jo'nij i I 00,11 illv astonished) that unyliodyeUj spheres uUII.hl was 11 Illhln.! St lr, -, \c 1'11 I !oIl'ar\' h.II'r eyes; there to Il I 1tI' II u "tairs. is a ;
.Jt tu though they two Ih SMI. piece of r attuclicd to the that / h Irllio
1".itv'IY ,
she married
mjofu tu of me hates, h 11 1 found them ; and was foolishly SL 11 I pal 'III willt" for a
the 01.1 instant ,' and it '
reward that she never for an on was ( : in-iiitli. '
.w"j.ivlnj Yal kl"W. owi It: i is shrou just as I, if you>!he kn\\'r iw. always wuer wis three to bestow tints tin the the value ti Idl'r of a the inferableohjevt aught though of him, she was ,'crtall she that would bad) "."l"ur :IiI Ilraekcithorpe; u peace offer '' cu".h.mes: (1) while! shuakimig af /twu if witf Jet mar."
the chance
\been allowed and if
rl..l"H"1 ;
she bad mislaid. unmarried ne..if!
Yes II.O.Lr, but tu! l".tl': rc.Il Miss llraekenthorpe, one would out to him the! whole of her Her eyes grew dim her pulse beat high the IUI'l Christian tr.c m''t, the I table
"IJtt know." pour old-maidish heart. Absurd "lie 1 not come back." said the Walllr. they vill,|| be w"IIIt (within lt ,
d1n't- > not but I foci it all the w'ru mHionlin', you I 11 a year. It is
; !
intuitive < ln liihie.s.I he .
\ Mrs. 'mid \ ut such mav S''L '. she bad 11 c.ni I solemnly us:: hinged the n tu )' JII"IC a
drev w utter the
kn iw murllr and she fancied ub nit, and 1 led to dn rarriane
game \'Ut times, and Miss Hrackenthorpe$. always answered ness of his ")'mlllth "rl't.1 .t thite.
Ir.zl! wieiw! it will be seen that young with simplicity : somehow by a strange freak of .' hi a greasy nupkin! ; "he walk. l.lnv lill' a1lllh'l' 'pIe vtll nut I'lr A
ww ur a -ensitive laturt.: if not IUIWi'\'rlll understand ,Il' m unJ! then lrent a kllifl' ur
Mu GrJv intluence.hccould alt \ over Imtall, takode whthisnit
not at
urn "- getting
"O'l assure
in her classical alhiJo In% Clir.; you I ut I'ult.
.1* iyj striutly "l\'uuh' that her heart was sa Kidly l\al to dencva. r. tlLrn, its wnlll. I cutfriei d.hi I.
all I
Y"t. excopt fr tho fact that she l p w- wclll. Miss Hrackrn tube either understood or unlppt''I.lll'l.At Mis:, Hrackenthorp'j! sat down ; the fresh )ladua not present flair ,wmlii-"i!
seclotI 'W f" il> K'**y "r1 that were altogether JlneI011 ("u.c.ltl.11 orders everyone blew II at tbe o;i'it window ; she held with 1'Ulh >
the oc drey's as
and In. !
on .
; .i. Mi U-.c'ccnth Irp lw.lilot unlike th irpu I thlm' the up. full till tago ; h'aJ over tie! tl iwers to shield them ; : thp\I'f\ utr they wi Iwtainh'"Ilk
away .
4 andSniiilir casion. whilst everybody was lsel".II' I\ViI cl'rtallll' wi The I hiss of
"ateiii wo-s
t4 nV'if ) longed fo : a
al. I rIU ,' tul thin sr a' subject guides, >he ha to tbe ( hallllkilt tu It.l.ulll'\'r ilUhly 11 press: them to her garter Iut-'tis that Ir a 11\r. ulll, tn break
L ) Hire 1 Hut who: I'
ti.Mh': v.lln sai.l pHkl 'r\.I) ( : :: : cal a sympathize: with a ro ifee.hIe white
; ll 1 lof..irtrtiving over her weurf.re'tier IV Jo'm Ore ', in answer to the deprecatoryterm llrackenthorjHj ruse with the rot. but heart that is:: no longer )111)1 iVr-! that tl Ivnlr will lIve 1 Jtnellt blt.kels
at )
hlr It Ititfi .ulL tigIIt' age in its nmi t'" | the so-il sy Lot herself I omt. 'ro
1 ; W bad i I"tr IJ1
which bad lightly atarlc1 ) u sutake i is
n'llal''I.hN tattn.
: a' took the trouble to gu *- tln r l"-l I' ual I U "i"1
her what might haLn
one uemi- : in If >
no pardonable
ab.ililY '' you U
I Miss young llI' )rllk .
by fh'ltrin tiose ;
pt I creature Url'kenthurpc'l
itary 1S1
,Ir Inly. w for. she the ball of ) was imiHtssible for her I )
1 W.I3 a f. of ten min gciuv, us roe, ; ut any rate (ron ) llll
i 11.1\ ; .he t to IIVM.wanilere l with feeble. II"I. haclllllo. ir wt upward exhaustively a< beand 111\'llI'I\I to the tl,>or. and wound stole fcwiftlv' upstair, and owning the Pr.-e your arcr )your and sweetheart l Is glln..to
| life| "
W nijaltile Ilr.hICII. .
irlh.t Intl ute411 I tlemlo.l that held her fllluhll\ "
"Uron'l wart slender she '
:: ril (!" lu1terYe1it wonunbood at all. Ida wiflult: ) a rtcil. ruml Iorhe 11'1: ) Ill'r, at UI) I a hlut. ,e.


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wife drops apiece: of breadilli. the buttered r I'crtlllzrrs.: Real l:,' lale.FOK loots and Suit 1011Cr3.Il '. I For TatniMi and lacy 11'crf, '

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ilown she will have
!side a IlItllgr'b. ------- -- ---- --- -- -- -- VMSlraniship 1

itor and all tiny one eKe has: to do to ni.ikc ca>iM? ) .t ('OS S .\ 1.1.: t 01t .1(11! : It It I: "',
Mire of a fair day\ if to cat all the food' on r 1\ 11-\ <'O'S I.IXB, :,

the talilo at the time.. There i.I+ luck in odd, ......... ..................... ..,... ,....,,....... ............... Wholesale and Retail
numbers, and Andy .1llhll"4111 hlllllrlll faith .. .. .
in them. Ho U"'It'tll hack it up "\' !showing i r.- I"U'I'II.IZI-It: .r; i ::----_ :: ii-Jc "' ;L
that he h/ld/ !'I'\'I'nll'ttl'r in Iris,'name nt .. ; .. STATIOXiilV: : ,
; ]1)001(5 J
twice. seven (f fourteen) ho liccaino' a tailurs ...... ......... .................................................. :I A IHSllt\: n...: IIOTI.I: ,, I 6
apprentice (though the luck in that I is nut Anil .11'91; (',
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very clear) ; he w irked,l seven years was' free IS THE I1KST _
nt thrico seven (twentynnc.' ; wasmadcstate" the Railroad '!o,;.' _
: directly on 5t'rsr!) H \v TmT.J.'IOX'II.1.1 : ,
c mgrossm.in" : in live times seven ((11'1J.i.1111.1: ) r'' iIINO for FALt OAHDKNS) : : being; CARRYING THE: I'. :S. MAIL.
an M. (.'. in I M".'. He entered the Senate at l not only perfect plant food, but will

the ago of forty-nine, was made military keep all insects: at a rl''IIl't'tt'lIllli"tllllc'I'' IN ONE}: OF THE: : -:, FLORIDA. ._- .
governor of Tennessee' on M.irch 7, I Iii2) For sale in any quantity: large or small
un,11-1 i lSi"( :I;I.llin."lx..1". el'ctcl'kc.! and country order delivered I FHEE: on ONE I : of the staunch! and elegant; Steamers:
the above, Line will lease Cedar .
IIl'lIt-Wlldl: was about the ti.iluokijst leyevery
,0' boats 1'ItI1'. ;
or cars. Vegetable growers, HEALTHIEST PARTS OF FLORIDA.
tiling that ever happjnod to him, most poo- Son.D A:: CO., J Monday( .at llM)1';(I 1'. m., for ""f

pie w mid say.: 04 3m 8 W. Hay :St., Jacksonville. Fla. Maniilcc
All those I i lire household' omens which find ,r."SC'hool Hooks, aIt NpceIally.1' Tnmpn ,

belief in the must unlucky pdrts.; Another -- For particulars! addressFLORIDA 1. And Itraidrnlown i,
i is that if you 1IIlkl'lrll11I1': by chance whi'c J. X. KOllSOX tV SOI :\ i
wish\ ; h I i MIRROR.; it or and Ocean SlrainboalH. and nnd Thur.ta at -1.00( i ip
yon :are !speaking ;111 1 utter : 'fore vi'tistyulything .. every Monday: ) ;
53-tf: Fernaiidina: Fla. - --
will fulfilled.So ------- --- for
it he .
; "more aloud I ill
if you have a dream in iiMr.mgc( bed and -I I COUlllli"slon/ '..'r'hunt"/-' I --" --- ..----- ;'i'I- M O K ti A X 1. I X !: "j.i' .; j

toll it before breakfast it will coino to pol"". ...---. .,. Tautitisiut" and Key Wcsf.Connection' i :

Crickets! in a lions. are lucky ; if they go ::' ..... ;.l -- :
nw i.v it betokens death. The pour harmless CHARLESTON: C., ." --
I litjle i t t hammer-tick or death-watch is:' a torritic mule at (Cedar. Key with tlutFlorida "

omen to :some' people] and a ('IIallll the 10NFINING themselves! !''otl'ldl10 their t\I Transit: Railroad: from <'tid to nil :

shape of a i-otllii Hying out of the tire at anyone I line of business, respectfully solicit con.signments. ..-. 'rMi. pointsurth and \\ cst!' ; nt \1'unta Rnssa wild
foredooms him to death. Sailors: are ;:-. ,. Steamer for Fort flyers I Foil. Ogden, iinJPino
\'I'rlIl'c'r: bucket: or throw a cat overboard is 1::<< un -S Ti.'kets nro on sale\ at Fcrnan-
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lucky. Whistling hl' .lg" Oil wind ; children U y.-------! : diva .ksoiuillo, Gainesville, and CtilnrKey
create good fortune for the !ship' they voyage [ F \\T\l.\7. i: 1C S \ at greatly: reduced rates, for all I principal -

in, nuII'I'rrt\'lIIl'lI. or holy Joes," \bring ---- ----- ------- Will leave Cedar }Key points on the Gulf ('lustJ \ I' .
bad. To make a mistake of'a word III writing M f. GALPII1N. Gen'l Ag't,

a letter is a :sign' that the request! it cmb. This business has been our !special trade FOR NEW: ORLEANS: : EVERY: OTHER 13 Cedar'_ _Key, Fla.AVANNAH : ... I
...lies will be refused, :and to dropa letterer for over twenty years, and we have endeavored FRIDAY.FOR : .
dry it before a tire I is to make :sure that itRill to furnish our planting friends a PITIIE: : n- flatX,1\IIS,1'lj: (
1 go astray.:: Itching at the HOMO and the ARTICLE:, and their l'olltinI11'lll'atr'lIIa (' I is
) biting of a tlea means company. Nelson hud our best indorsement.S'e: are prepared to Anilt'r'JAC'SO1LLI
a hor;choe nailed to the mast, of the Victufy till I orders for all I kinds of I'ertilizei'tugether; KEY: WEST\ AND HAVANA
frluck. He Ilil'tlllll herdtek.'llite.peeks: : with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and TIII: FrrpOWN ) ).\ ;: ': 1j.I .
1'VlUO'rll lat: SATURDAY.PARSONS : .
on the uaiIsprcdietvariutticyentsacc.)rdltg COl1ll'Olllltld.1 Phosphate.: '
to their location. J. N. 1 UOHSON: t HOW \, IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY. I
A friend, of the reporter's will transact! no Charleston! S. C. 1..1- /

hll+ineafnunll2to1' in the day. Another t I'IlltOITGII MMi
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HALE: -I i-
I: t Agents
mikes a point of giving alms tuft; beggar!
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fore he commence the labors of the day A II. J. BAKER & BRO..t5 Fernaiidina, 0-l.1t: Cedar I Key, Fla. -+ .. .... ..... .. .
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torekecpor' up town has! built a :stand) in
front of his I place fur n little hunchback apple Towns Oil K. K. Line, M A LLORY'SFLOltlDA VI\

vendor, because his name happens' to be And Cedar 1t)'. STEAMSHIP: MXF:

the :same: as::<< 1m own. One of our bestknownnewspaper : I'F: t1Ui STREET: NEW.YORK: I I S] ISLAND ) !{(){!'l',&
: editors will not writu a letter( or
ItJrt'C.t New York.
Only Line (o
article with ink on the general principlethat I .
if 1a1'llfle111l.ltll'r' will be worth read I A Iso,
ing.; A leading' literary light :still writes Manufacturers of'III OiTers to Lessees! and Purchasers' a larg I
Nassau' A 1alaii7.a: <4 :Mail SloaniNlilp ri'IIiOl(111il.l: AND FLORIDA
with the same penholder he used. in I inditingthe number of the most eligible tutu desirable I
first' article to press ever accepted from i ihhsi I bits suitable for Business I Purposes! or for I Line, 1. INLAND: ) STEAMP.OAT; : : ('0.

more than a generation ago. It may City or Suburban Residences, ,.,
Sailing, from 1''I'IIllltlilla'c'r I two \\I'c'kSI\II rob
( 'I11'I.n'I'II.IZI.ItS.: )
-'- -+-
be lucky: to throw, a :shoe after a bride, but
'r not I long ago. when this I operation was per UPON EASY: TR11N.Liberal' : S. S. ('lfy of '
' foll'II""llIlIt, \\Yst: the 1.11 ly happened to turn r I I I. ,r 1. I
ci Captain' : :: d L\l.-r"
ami, the missile strn.-k, her in the face; and Discounts: on Values! allowed to \II'fUII.J "t ll'... "... It...
: -. ... ...
i knocked! her eye out.-AVic' \'rk ftmultty parties: engaged; : in manufacturing: or Indus i, ( N. N. ( ... I. L, .
Ai'M'X. trial enterprise*, who will erect on the prop- v Captain HII: Q --.o!. : .... ;.!
\ substantial .........;..:;. ---
orty purcnasod improvements
r/i i o/./;,')OM/; ro o n. .,. ---- ---. for'residence: or in which to conduct their .Nil
I .iJ" ot.\\: ( J--t.i.,
A prominent wiitir on tlll'-lIltjl''t 01'1'110.1" business.
teL.l, + t.i.it w.nlo it is d.Ill-ill. to g 'I.j .i.y .: I I'I'ItI. INDUCEMENTS) : : : TO MANUFACTURERS ( ( : \: 1'I.OHm.11L\ :-:11': RAILROAD: ,
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in 1 :\:::, by exemption for term or'ar from l lr
guioral' agreement regard to wliat 001111Ui. \- U.LA
j .,'. w.njiosouij diet lucre i is :simpleniio I taxation I. otl'cred 1 by the !l1''I'I'a1'I' tll' and -... b"r"N TOAll
:> a : one ;:i1.'J.ITIU: 'i\. towns. Apply litOlllce ......,. ... wrIIE
too observance: 01 wnioli will g" a ,;re..t ___ ___1tI
; w.iy t.IW..I..I1".11'111.: : ,';; tile lii.l luncnt oi 1-...,- cor. Reach it 7th sis., Fcruundina.: : FINE: STEAMSHIPS: I relate North and "'('11'1,
\\'...It we 1'111. U lidj..) will tic conducive tog
\:! g i M ..,'altll ; it is t.iai .ill 1',11,1 :so.iitid! hj hiti'k ------------ WISTIICX: : TI\AN.: olVcring crmfort nmiMiled.n\ dclichtfnl nil
}' iroilgiiiy' c.lowed! bv-l'.iiv. being, :sw.ul iwoil. .\ Most( RUIII'dorl'lil'1(', under our ownSpecial \ I.l (C'\ I 1'1'. i I1INES I I : I over a Mi idly inland watci-com-n' lull of
\ '1 no flu-els! ioti; nuviianical and .clieimcal I'nrtunla.ct ...l, interesting Kccnory.
< The P.\l.\ci SICAMI.IIH,
i 1. ti tunr.al4u mastication arc sue preliminary : :
;, Mi.iUions. ," for healthy digestion, and nutrition. tA! 1'1'. RISK.ONE ;) .

;' .1.ileti'nut" tile grinding, tile :serice : of lie( nbo\o Steamers will leave I'I,0ItI1)A ,

W.HCO iocs.HUM is capable of performing, ifwe for. :New York cvciy Friday Captain' JOHN FIT/UI.IUII,
it time and :Ciiancc isMiiuiarto.it': :
give (to I'lIilllll' tide;. l lANI
not identical (situ, tout of the juice of tne This lice having no transfers to make )
M.iin.n-n. And in a general w.iy, it may lie COMPLETE lANURES@aJo'Olt betweenFERNANDINA i
Kiul dial the (more nearly taw f I.ltll is redticcii (:CITY. .' IIICIIGtI'(1Y: ,
tl.1 line pulp in the month' the less: remains)!! : ) AND NEW: YORK, :
(1Iphllll l ----,
for" dm nv-t III the di":,cMivc apparatus to do, 41 lIi'I'-I: the )
t.ie more completely their ta>K is penoiined, EVKIIY: : FAHM Cuor, I. ( Wciiirday !
ms'XII: \ 1'111.11'11'1'It.1N$1'OIrrA-: env'.hirksrntllleevery Monday. #-
1 it.id. pot more pellcct l.s toe plCKU\itloo[ inluoiood TION) TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS.Vegetables : and Friday by Steamboat' Ixla'r.s,1115II : :
bur its Purpu.e-Ie, luim.uu-n oflii.i.id .
and the 111111'111111101' the Whole body.Wu nnd Fruits will recciye.plriu) I m.Leave. ;
scientifie principles\ to '
Prepared on Mipplythe : in. Fcrnandina by Stciiincr Fhuiiln on
render, t therefore, a great; set 1 vice to nil r care handling. I arrUal ,,1' 'I'lnlll.Anh'1I1 ,
chii.iivii, wneii we require t.ieiu early to exact plant food, for each crop, so as PASSENGER! : ( : ACCOMMODATIONS) : AREFIRSTCLASS. : Savannah evrry'I'ue.day'rhurs.
I.inn the habit of eat nig tolu.d.ill. Miia'l 1 : :' :
to nhd : K .
produce large yields: per acre: day Saliirilay, a m.
'Hitnims, and chewing their food 1 wi' Till] I'B.OKIDA The traveling \public are ollVrod the nilvantages II finer cohhrctii'in;, made at Savannah with i
1 lie ,111I.i rule holds j.ltllill'l'\'r.v; age. ano : of a DIRECT:( LINE:' :, WIT1IOIT Palnce Stciiinsliipx' of the, OCEAN h'I EAM-:
..1 iiiM no especially regarded 1 in a Ivancnig) AND AND IMMIGRATION; ( COMPA'Y ANY: CHANGES.: : Connections( laude ntJacksonville SHIP:: COMPANY: every Wrdnewl.iy. mid
A "" IK\I.FRS I.V [
Ne.ir.s Wiieii die teeth become imperfect and with nil Mcnmhonts fur nil Hiilnrday, for Kesv1)t k. Also with,I IhiMnnullaltimoVo
mastication: lens elfcctive. Adherence to thiMinpio OFFERS) : points on the S\\. John's Oiklawnha, and ; and I'hihidclphia,, .httcincrs! und
riue w.ll not only be of great benelit PRIME AGRICULTURAL CIlJo:: iiCA1S > \Indian! Hh"'J'C.IIII.1 with the Transit! Railroad with all rail lines to till points, North und
to iiealth, and largely contribute to prevent at (Foriiaiidina for all railroad stations \

iuli": c.ttn: mid dyspepsia: !but will increaset Of the most!' I in Florida W.Pllr Slate-Rooms! null Through 11.lu'ta,,
pleasures, > of the taole and retain the natural SULPHATE: A DIOX 1.\. apply' to
ACCT,51Iil.i.1\1) DES1RA15LEl.AM'S :: :
.strength of the digestive organs: w" l'hI'X"I.t ) :
LOW AS RY INDIRECT: ) : : LIN: IKjZftTliroiglP (
so wide an influence upon bodily tutu IN Tilt .."M <' A: ANIon'M" TonrfHt hires)
me.ital comfort.We ACID PHOSPHATES \ Rates and Dills of lading

can fully endorse( everything sot forth STA'rl:01' FLORIDA, to all points. .lIlIvillt'-'orJu'r! of Hay and OcrunStreets
ill Tnis of "billing'one's For passage: or further( information, applyto '
the foregoing. tiling
; St. thu'-lilnx IIloclllli..tII'11C'lIrtlw !
MURIATE: (H' POTASH At only 1.2 acre to new settlers with ; Aulu:- ,
lil"tIS\ the cause of inure sicl ness: into per PoM-Ollicc! ) 1'lilalku-\\. 0.11'011;
country than results frlllIlIlt other cansCM / the privilege' of selection\ in parcels of 40 R. W. SOUTHWICK.' Agent, Hughes' Drug More" ; ; lYrnimdimi, EgiuuntHotel. :

\put together. Every: human, bti.ng :should: SULPHATE) : ,' SODA. acres or more. These lands are located on Fcinundina. !.
take time to eat on the plan nature evidently C. lib MALLORY: ( 0.,
and adjacent to the line of the iJUSTAVE) I: LEVE.fJcn'l : :.
Pier l East: New York. 2tfNir.ii.tiKie (
.. had in mind at the cr.atineatingi. : River
NITRATE: OF SODA) Pass." Ag'l 1 Sea Mund lb nutu.
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i.- one of the line arts upon wiiohwe| can .ATLANTIC GULF AN1'KS'r! : INDIA ) J. N. HARRIMAN,
make no improvement. : scIIi:1)1)1,1:1TIII : 11'l.'tt o Manager.T. ,

J SUPERPHOSPHATE: :, TRANSIT CO.'S R. R., -- ---- -.-- .--- -
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Xl'th'l'rU"'l'lnt' >nh6. : KTr..UUltIt: ;:ir "' MARY'S I RW '"G-

extending; from FERNANDINA the At ---- .,--- .' .
1.11111tll CEDAR KI 1'\,011: the Gulf ('oa..t.: STIA.II : .
obtained' for new inventions i J NT. JOIIXN: \ 4'ITY: I'OIXT y y -
or for improvements in old .Jiiis: aHordin:; to the producer cheap'ntl. I, .i *. I. ,I"VT7ILL
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u.ijs. Ca 'eats, Infringements; Trade-Marks Strictly Pure Ground Hone. stunt and rapid transportation to the lclItlIIark.t
and all\ intent business promptly attended l

IIUJECTED may still in most, cases, be pat- Our c1rl'lIlal'i'c full .particulars, and arc The belt: of country traversed)' the Transit II!<: .., L-

c itod by us. icing opposite the U. S. raton mailed: free to all applicants. They contain R. R. embrace TIIK HTKAMtKH
t Om'ce, and engaged\ in PATENT I5U.SINEW information that 'will be of service to those
: ; ; 'Lr.SlVEIY: : we can Mt-ure patents buying u Fertilizers. 3-Jni I:\'lmYmTY( OF SOIL F 140nUTII",

in less time than those who are remote Cuptuin RiauKUtu:' Cuptain .
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from Washington: 1'08'-Officeottcc.. to l be found in the $tatr, a large proportion leave Fcrnandina Jacksonville -
When Inventors semi mode! or sketch being llC'.Culi8Tlya.tl1l't'l1 to the culture ofSKMiTRnpicALFisniTHand TT and l'ululku.1I1I11 interiiu-diate lund 4i'1)AILHI'U1CFL1: ;
we make search In the' Talent o iii ct'. and Office OIlr1-'tmu 8:00 to G.OO .
: A. M. ; p. u : Vegetables ings on the St.' John's River, and Savannah -
advise: a* to its jutentubilitv of (""rve. Money Orders and Ikogl"tcorl'lll.cttcr.t from Early and Charleston ait folowii:
Correspondence conlidentiaf; fees reisoii- 8:00: A. M. to 1:00: P. N.; and from '_': able; and NO CHAUOE UNLESS 1'AT- to 3:30 p. M. Sundays from 10:30: to 11:30: A. make these land worthy of VAKKFVL" KX- From Fcrnandina landings every Monday, Wcdncbduj

EXT: 18 OUT.IXIU.'Ve : M. and 3:30: to 4:30 p. ... AMl.'ATIOby manufacturerof LIMUCKAND FOR JACKSONVILLE: AM. PALATKA und! mid Friday Haturdll'fllc -returning\'. on Tuesday, Thunvdav
refer by permission to the City Postmaster ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE or THE \llJf.
and to the Superintendent of the .\"orthemailArrin'S daily at 10:: u A. x. NAVAL STOEW.NEW. ;ir.EVERY: WEDNESDAY.-ti: Marthu leaves I'Vrnandina for *araeMiint
1'swt-OtUee [llIeOrd'.r Division in Wash Closes 3:011: p. x. ( .* every Tucs ington. For fj)ecial references, circular ally'tt'e Southern 3t< Arrives 3:30: p. u. : SinTLERH: From Fcrnundina. lay-rrliiriiing: every Monday( WcilmtIj
terms, etc., addressC. Closes 10:00: A. M.Kt. FOR SAVANNAH AM CHARLESTON: Friday.
A. SNOW A CO., Jf"r,,', and Trailfr't 1IUI 'frtil- Purchasing }land from thin company are furnished Through IIIIU, of Iadliic
2-tf Opp.Patent Olliee, Washington, DC. Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays ont 2:30 p. u. with entire fire jxuinye on the Trail- Jt-EVERY: FRIDAY.-ttT.
--- ---- -- Closes Mondays and at 8:00 by MALLORY'S LINE of Hte' spurn to aU
Thursdays A x Bit Railroad for family and xrsonal( : t.Ttc.'bto Close connection made with stcamcru for '
FOIl NAIK. St. Min/'i, fid., on//- I"Jlllt:6 on the St. Iur)" *.
the nation nearest the land purcha.scd.! Mcllouville and Entcqirise: ul.no with tcum--
Z"\ t InnU.IXH HOU.SE: CONTAININO l Arrives Mondays and Thursdays! at f.OO; A. M.Tnelays .
: era for Ocklawaha River: : also tit Savannah ('Iolit'! ('tHlllt'c'lIon
11. nine well tini-hcJand furnishe I IVi.iilotof I. unit Fridays at 2.30: p. M. TITLE COMPLETE: being; derived by
ro tins, with stcaincrs for :1cw'urk, Philadelphia" made with the :New Yurt Charleston anti
\ land iiWxi'M( u feet never-failing: Wedn'sdaysandSat'daynat9.00 .. M.Closes grant" from the Unitcti states and purchase Huston and IS.iltlmore.ami Cliarloton with Savannah Steamers!/

well uf\\'att'r. tank i-ajiacity sixty Uirrels <)f1l1| Tuesday. Weilnewlaj-s, from the State nf Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. steamers for New York Philadelphia, Haiti-
barn .11I,11111 t hull lings, nnmlior of orange; Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 r. M, more, and with Northeastern A Stiiith Carlo- GOOf ACCOMMODATIONS
aid rig trees, twentv-live varieties of ro.son ; thilL T. HJPJ>ELL. .'. SI.81O }: : SOLICITED.Descriptive : lina I tail roads fur route North, East: and for PaMU'iigew. Excui: >ioiiii'ltf anti TourW

other towers and shrub too IHIIIICMUH to ___ ___________ n_ _____ __._ Wwt.FIRSTCI.ASS. will\ 'lieu this u very nttru( tly.,.trip, w the
mention. For further ("articular. apply! tu.MU4 ICeuard UAW and C-JPJTLAIW mailed 1 (10APiHr.&ti..n. scenery U grand and alligators anil utLer
J-:. MUUCII, ( ( PASSENGER: : ACCOMMODATIONS. game are abundant. .

On the premise Old Town. Will ,be given for 'pro<,f fi convict the one CHAS. W. LEWIS: ;+Hither J: of the above Steamer ran b*
FernanJina. Fla.) February 3K lsi' -3m.JOll wio desfroveil the Mm b-wr.l on the l,milepost Through; Ticket and Staterooms necurol chartered for I'Jtcuoloa purth9'fttm y lima..
near the railroad >hoi'". land Otmniissioiier.tnr. tutu nil) Information furnished at ulllcc, cor For further iufounatlon! 1P1ti'tnA.
PRINTING( In evcrv style, and at W. r: SOOTT.Coinmlsjloner : tnr. 15cftrs! and Seventh Sts.ltaf m'r'lItre and ,UlI..trl.'tll. II. NOYIH Agent.Fernaudiiw .
lowest rate, at the MIBBOU otlice. P.aJ Fcriiandiiva Jillt. '0-ly (:. NOYK3.. 2'hZ 13: FU

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1 THE FLOIUDA Minium.' many Southern people read Northern papers OUR LOCAL GOVERXMEXT.Politicians him. And this is quite true-Florida presents 1IASIZING TON xmrs.

_.)o. as Northern men do Southern papers are most interested! the general many openings for the industrious! man -

.4ATUIlDA1; APRIL t. 1SS1. The libel upon Southern citizens contained and State governments, but the ordinary to obtain a present livelihood and promise THE NEW YORK CfSTOM HOUSE APPOINTMENT

.. .. in the "Do the better citizens of LOCAL DEPARTURE"RETICENCE Of
question citizen
-- ------ finds A NEW
t -------- --- that the local governments of of future wealth. Here, as elsewhere, suc-
JUSTICE TO OUll RAILROADS. the South ever do anything to put down and the county and the city !in which he lives I cess must be the result of labor well applied, TilE PRESENT: ADMINISTRATION

I The people of nil sections of our State realize prevent lawlessness and violence: ? Are murderers are of far the greatest importance to him. | but there arc many factors in favor of the OFFJC'E- EF.KF.R MNOEUEtll.To .

bi the importance niul value of railroad ever brought to justice? Arc crimes As the wise administration of the affairs of I poor man I in the saving: ; of fuel, clothing, the Editor of the Mirror:

I communication, but like many other good against the purity of suffrage ever )punished a family by a. wise head!, with judicious shelter, etc., while there are enough settlers WASHINGTON, 1) C., March 25, 1881.

gifts of which we are the recipients,the sense ?" are simply atrocious. The cool as- thoughtfulness! and economy makes family of means to give employment to those who! Just now the prominent topic of discussion -

a of possession blunts the sense of thankfulness sumption of the Tribune, of general lawlessness life pleasant and comfortable to all its members seek labor among the politicians is the nominationof i

: and we soon begin to criticise, and at the South, i known to be untrue by so the wise administration of the affairs Will I I. Robertson to be collector of the

t d sometimes abuse that which we longed for. every Northern settler who has made] his of a community contributes in every way to Tim SCIIIP SYSTEM. port of New York. It is said the President

t To the planter or fruit-grower, who has home in the South. The criminal records of the benefit of all its citizens The very word In an article last week, on the subject of made the appointment without! consulting

everything else to satisfy him, good lands! our courts show that nine-tenths of the citizen derives its origin from the city, for scrip, we said : "We arc now paying intereston any member of his cabinet, and that the '-.

I abundant crops, and a healthy locality", crimes arc of a trivial nature, (committed which government was first felt to be necessary a million and a quarter of State bonds, cabinet was as much surprised s was )fr.

,1 nothing I else seems lacking to complete usually by negroes), such as larceny and as- to be able to live together in close mainly issued to fund depreciated State Robertson over his selection for the reason

his comfort but facilities near! at hand for the sault. The graver crimes of murder] and proximity The common interests which scrip. The sooner every county, city and that they knew nothing about it in advance,

transportation of his crops to market. manslaughter are no more numerous than connect all who live together as close neighbors town gets rid of scrip, the better for the taxpayer and the nominee had made<< no applicationfor

: We recollect very well when all the pro in the rural communities at the West! and : who arc dependent to a large extent and the community" The Flor'uHan, the appointment. When the name was

ducts of Alachua county, for fifty miles, were the cities! of the North, while crimes of robbery upon each other for peace, happiness o and III commenting on the article, supplements first sent to the Senate, there was a disposition

hauled by wagon to Black Creek for ship.incut and burglary are extremely rare. Our protection, render it necessary that its government our remarks with the following forcible to believe that the President chose Mr.

; when the sugar and cotton of Marion : citizens are a* united in preventing lawless should be in the hands: of its best illustration of its truth : Robertson on the recommendation of Secretary

1 were wearily hauled over I the sandy roads, violence as Northern communities, and take citizens. Questions of tariff, navigation, It will be instructive in this connection to Blaine At the Chicago convention Mr.

14d for sixty miles or more to 1'alatka ; when more interest in the apprehension and punishment commerce and finance, may divide men honestly show the increase of unredeemed outstanding Robertson was a member of the New York

hr t the weary stage hack from lllack Creek to of criminals than the well-to-do in their political opinions but when scrip at the close of each fiscal! year for a delegation He refused! to vote for General
series of beginning with 18Gt( and ending -
r Tallahassee consumed six days in currying I citizens of New York The Tribune't animus, it conies to the local government eta city or with years 1S70, as exhibited comptroller's Grant, and on every ballot voted for Mr.

mail and passengers ; when afterwards the I is shown in time finale of the article "Broth- town, nil such questions arc utterly unim reports for the years mentioned : Blaine until General Garfield's name was

only way of reaching Tallahassee was 175 ers of the South, begin at once to put under portant. The wants of the citizen are for Jan. 1. 1800( -scrip outstanding.. ......$75,810.0,1: placed before the convention When Governor
i n .' ......151.825.32
miles of staging, in part over the worst fret >nrty tie and prejudiceor i 70- : : Cornell of New York, secured the gu-
your every j every good sanitary measures: to promote the 1871- ......:li7li.3--M.2S(; : :
roads that could be encountered from memory which hinders absolute; and health, good streets and sidewalks, to pro- .. 1872:!- ......4)S,8. !)_>.20 bernatorial nomination, Robertson was a I

Jacksonville, at the rate of about three milesAn strict' enforcement of all laws." And yet the mote convenience tfficient police to pre- 1873- .....221.827.07: : candidate against him, but was defeated for i

111it hour. We complain now of a train traveling Tribune knows that in the city of N'cYork vent-and repress crime, good magistrates to I' ""ll'\il-187.-\ "" "" ............IH.i.I 110,4&i,71)'I !) .W.W the nomination. I :

twenty miles an hour, and we arc impatient all laws are not absolutely and strictly enforced enforce the! laws! good financial legislation 1870- ......138n.I.0, : :! It must be admitted that the present ad- ( ;

... if we are delayed for a few hours The Tribune is nothing if not assailing to create the means to defray] the necessary In 1871 an act was passed to fund $350.000 ministration possesses the faculty of effectually t

from any cause. We have allowed ourselves the South. expenses for the common good without of scrip. This was accomplished in 1872, keeping its secrets. This was very J

to forget how much we owe to those whose We are, as people, interested in the waste!, extravagance or peculation. and yet, on the first of January following, clearly shown: in the, batch of nominations

efforts have built up these facilities for us! upholding of law and governmentVCare, What is wanted to accomplish this purpose there bonds::was were still 7 per outstI1lHlin cents., and$22I,827.ji.impose( un The an- pent in to the Senate yesterday Most of the

I and we share sometimes in the thoughtlessand for our own sakes, opposed to all violence is a union of the Intelligence, character nual tax $24.500.: In the thirty years they appointments were not only not on any of

Ci i unsparing criticism uncommonly and crime. We arc interested in fair elections ;and property of community, its best: run tbesimple interest on them will amount the slates usually made up with such confidence

expressed by visitors, who seem to think and fair counting. heads, its best bands, and its best" hearts, to illustration$735,000.! of Could the evils there of the bo a"scrip more!system striking?" by outsiders, but were a complete surprise -

Ail there is no excuse! for not having Florida" The state of Tennessee has a law in force whatever may be their political affiliations. or could any argument more forcibly, show alike to the politicians and the sharp- ,

ilI I railroads up to the standard of Boston and absolutely forbidding the sale of pocket pistols If time property of the t community is to be the wi dom'uf "paying as you go?" scented boys of Newspaper Row.

New York express trains. We criticise where Florida imposes a tax of from seven- subject to the arbitrary control of persons A rumor has been in general circulation,

wo are ignorant, and wespeak of railroads at ty-five to one hundred dollars on the sale of elected for political and party purposes, u FLORIDA FOR STOCK. which i is tolerably well authenticated, that

e: times as though they were public enemies I. pistols bowie-knives and dirks, and licence city government becomes: oppressive and injurious SANTA ANNA; COI.E Co., TEXVS, March 10. the families of the present cabinet do not

instead of public benefactor! tax state and county, of$150. Other :Southern If ignorance and vice are to control 1881.-1. What, part of Florida I is best for intend returning calls. If these ladies intendto
a the best for
wool ? 2. What
growing part
s.'P ., Let us imagine Florida put back to 1851 states have similar repressive legislation I the selection of public servants, the raising cattle? 3. What is land worth? 4. relieve themselves of this burden, which ,

when one single railroad of about twenty expressive of popular sentiment, which we I chance is:: that the government selected will What arc sheep and cattle worth? Please has been growing more and more intolerable

miles, with a two-mule tandem motive have no idea could, or would, be IHls'dln I, represent those who made it. answer, and oblige a cowboy that is a sub year i by year as the city has grown, and

flower was the only railway in the State. Let New York or Illinois. We are not blind! to Good men come together voluntary associations scriber. TEXAS Cow-BoY. the number of strangers" visiting it has increased -

us think what would be the condition of our shortcomings, but we have no patience in religious bodies, in the promo- AI'cr.1."re in any portion think of it the a. doubtful State. 2. The em they should be justified by every

things if the railway transportation of the with the Tribune's cant and hypocrisy. tion of education, of morals, of public; improvements l'vergladc: country, in the southern part. right-thinking person.! It should be consid- \

State should cease, and we were put back to irrespective of political partial- 3. Fifty cents to $50 per acre. It I is very ered enough to satisfy all reasonable dc- ,
DYING L'XOIUSTisfS.laizabeth cheap In southern portion 4. Wo cannot mands which their position imposes on
anti-railway days. How many immigrants ities, why should they not do] so in one of
Comstock thus writes of the condition say them that they arc willing to see one
would ever come into' or remain in the the most important{ matters which can concern every
of the deluded who The Louisville Cmrrier-Journal is responsible i-
were enticed -
negroes who culls and make all feel welcome on
State? What would be the value of our themthe local government under which ,
from the :South: to Kansas! : for the above. Why Texas cowboy
their reception days, without expecting
lands, and plantations, and orange groves they live? A well governed city attracts
The unusually severe weather the last few should apply to the CourierJournal information
them to spend all their time after one
? What would become of attracts desirable inhabitants and
comparatively capital, ,
has l sickness
'f weeks produced more suffcringund we do not know, but the answer of
our vegetable business! now growing into among: the colored refugees in Kansas grows with a natural and! healthy growth the Cuurier-Journnt is certainly not calculated o'clock on every day in the week, except

such prominence and importance, withoutour than has been known since the exodus com because it is desirable place to I live in, to to increase; his stock of information. Sundays and their own reception days, in

railroads ? menced. raise a family, to transact! business, to invest hunting up addresses from one end of Washington -
We are obliged to make an earnest appeal commend t the following article on sheep
to the other so as: to return calls. So
= Let us then be just to those who have Ingested for aid in our present extremity. Food is capital and vice versa. raising in Florida,' to the Courier-Journal as far
a their capital, their faith, and.tiieir efforts wanted to keep them\ alive until they can Whoever may be selected for the government answering branch of the subject and as opinion has been yet expressed on the
i get work. Fuel is needed and is very high i of these ; subject, it bus been favorable to the new departure -
to promote and build these great high- our city, we hope principles:
we would further that 3,000 head of cat
in price here. Medicine for the sick, who say .
t sways of truffle Let us not bo unjust because Collins and will prevail and that we shall have a good, tle week from Punta nas
are shipped
are very numerous:: now. gravesarc per aIn There crowd
at the White!
was a large
r wo think they arc in our power ; that in daily demand. Some of the refugees:: faithful, energetic administration of affairs, South Florida-from one section alone of
while in all other classes of investment the have been sheltered in wretched out-houscs, which shall promote the interest of all our the State House again yesterday." The rush for office
{ hovels and !sheds, that Northern farmers : i.s still the occupation of a good many people -
and be taken if unprofitable people. Our city is entering a periodof
plant capital may away upon ,
would not think suitable for their cattle and SHEEP: I Iron\NDKY.-Siu : In the lkono
and they all want to the benefit of
(' that of these corporations is Irre- pigs.:: Some have slept in tattered tents and growth. We are laying foundations for mint of the! 17th, in your article on" lie- get

movable, and, therefore, we can do as we old wa'uus:: A great many have been without the future. Much depends upon our wisdom claiming; Worn Lands and Sheep Crowing," the advice and counsel of the President.
beds and but few have had sufficient' you call for the experience of farmers and There are various obstacles in their way,
.i choose with them. Let friendly relations exist : and caution now. It is not a question of
v \ bedding, and clothing. The result is, many sheep-growers, and particularly upon me. I chief among which is that the Prosidcntdon't
V between the farmer and the railway, to cramped with limbs twisted and dis- party, but n question: of the public good. 11l'1'1II1t the most important question to-dav, .
arc ,
want to see them. As far as the callers
which\ lie Is indebted for the means of trans- torted with rheumatism ; frozen; feet and lingers before the farmers! Middle Florida. I will J
porting his products and the railway to him are not uncommon ; coughs colds, TUG COLORED MAX'S 071ST.1CL1'S. nut give my experience, as it is far in excess: are concerned his acts of omission each
pneumonia, consumption, etc., are carrying; The Boston Herald contains a well written of what would be done by a new beginner.I day arc greater than those of conlllli sion. h,
for the business he gives; their interests are began in 187<; to keep an exact account of
them _oil' Little children for bread ; But the callers hang around and wait
cry communication from a colored! man who with t
build! each other Let in I the shecp-growing branch of
to food
one. They are up. aged people lack sulllcicnt fuel, warm
the State foster all existing railways and clothing and bedding A cry comes to us discusses the question, of why his race are my business: and have not loss one percent what philosophy h they can summon the accumulation i!
of sheep! by dogs: and thieves to this of hotel bills and then start E
from l'ihleel1lli1Tl'rent parts of the state for over-educated, lie calls attention very sensibly up out
promote the construction of new lines builtin ; date.! I have not failed to take in the whole
food fuel and) shelter! from the pitiless: storm to the fact that the only avenues of ; to walk home. !
good faith and in furtherance of the interests winds value of my flock each year from my stuck .
and piercing ::! .
employment to the colored man are I commenced: with 03 head and have I
open now
the of the State giving a has aln'ndLl'en laid :
of ,
people ; :Many u strong man Tux Turkish empire in Europe
cither menial over :200.) This looks like experience as e'rrv'I'I
positions or professional posi my ,
and char) low through want. Many a woman
poor body understands
cold shoulder to mere speculators: fully only exists
don't into details but will
1 1t has come to an unllml'll'lIll for want of tions. The well-settled! feeling and the race yet I go ; say what son of the necessity for that somewhat'mysterious
termongers.Our in opinion, is a safe; calculation and! I
shl'lh'r.Ian little
47 J proper food, fuel and a prejudices at the North close mechanical but important element in European ,
what be done
railroads: have hardly yet emerged and and curt certainly by any reasonable -
innocent child! has pined, drooped, Intcrnatimulolit
known I.
l'S the
\ balanceof
for which the is well adapt amount of A flock as
pursuits! negro care. can pay annually -
from the bankruptcy following the war. Wedo gone down to tho grave for want of the necessaries power. The theory of the I
in wool fur each 50 cents and great powers
others ed and this prohibition I is absolute! and ineradicable. I
of life. Others are pining, :: that the
; not believe any of them pay expenses good lamb for each two sheep.: In other way to preserve peace is to be
Il 1 others arc hungry, shivering As the desires riscabove armed t
and three cent on the capital. The country are drooping 1 negro words u flock of 100 will increase f>0 and always to the teeth hasl'1I/ carried
3, per the homeless, shelterless. the menial positions, he is obliged by circumstances enough over to make up for all that llal', and to such an extent that the continent is an :
: is settling and they are means of sad in this account aggregation of huge armed
j up There is lumethlng"Cry : :: to seek professional positions, can be increased that rate with almost a camps. Recall \
bringing into the State and giving us a of the sufferings:: of these poor, deluded which are legally to him, but which, certainty! paying annually fifty cents per fug; this fact and the fearful consequences ofa 1
open general it is
war wonder
that the European : :
and valuable immigration, increasing mildness 1U1Ill'omfrt head in\ wool. : -
healthy who the :
people when he is admitted to their privilegesgive 1 notice remarks Bermuda : governments lire handling the ques !
your grass:
from year to year. They are friends not of a Southern climate, congenial him but scanty support He cannot even I am ready to accord to it all that you claim, tion now pending between Greece and Tur '

enemies, and should be tiO treated by our employments and surroundings! were enticed enter the political field as a candidate for and to prove Ill)' assertion it only requires a and key very gingerly. The sultan has steadily ;
visit (to homo where can sir the stubbornly I refused to cede any part of }
knaves pretended my you
people. or
by political ( office at the North, and so his opportunities what I set last year and am propagating Kpirus 1 and ,it is: likely that tire 'proposition
grass { { ;
MlSllEIJ KSKXT.TIOX. friends", to migrate! to the frozen North, advancement aro limited.At as rapidly as l'os..iLle-consbt'nt with my to hand over Crete and Thessaly Instead will it

i where, helpless and friendless, they are thus the South the employments of labor are own tanning. I am unable to say to a certainty be accepted by the cunference amid a settlement :
4 Our Southern brothers are intelligent.Many perishing of cold and hunger. all mechanical how it happens: that I lose so fewsheep upon this basis urged upon Greece. If
tr of them have tru'clcll't; rv many open to him. inclusive the latter should
a who have lent } by dogs; :: -but I think it is due to the prefer to go to war, as is
't have t.een Northern papers since! the war; Among the prominent men employments, and. he has:: better treatment number of bolls I keep in my flock, and threatened, it will require I'IIIIlC'en'! adroit
44 and tlicv know what are some of tho obstacles their efforts to disturb the homes and lives from the Southern people in this:: respect adviseone bell to every five sheep.If diplomatic practice to avoid the entanglement -

to Northern appreciation or immigration of the Southern colored race, the presentsecretary than the Northern. He is also able to purchase the largo plantations in Leon were divided u f the great powers, in which event
heard for example, that there ullbea
They have has in three equal with a small + good chance of some imi>or-
of the Windom, parts 1 portion {
the conduct of violent and lawless individuals treasuryr. lands and houses, and establish himself reserved" for cultivation, and for quarters I tant changes in the map of Kurope' .-Haiti,
ki = at the South, in connection with past been )prominent. And yet, with all this suffering with timesuueprlviitae as! others. He for the sheep! at night, and movable wore Gazette.

political conte'-ts, has been most repugnant; as the outcome of the negro (exodus I is, moreover, a politician, with admitted! hurdles for night quarters?and change them
1 to the feeling of Northern men of both par- thcje are not wanting those who would to ask for and obtain office.SKTTLEUKXr. every week and planted as soon as made TUB vote, a day or two ago; in the Tennes
anti sincere rights
; ties. Yet they bay, with earnest it if thought the South rich by the sheep, in crops suited l to the time see I legislature upon the bill to settle the
feeling. "The North ought nut to judge us by again renew they in the year, such a course will restore IA-OU state debt upon a basis of 100 cents the
i HtI the acts of these individuals" Hut why not? could thereby be j politically injured, or theirs county sooner to its former standard! of dollar is one which will gratify all on the
lo the better citizens of tho South ever do political party could bo l henefitel, u was We learn that colonies are forming in the wealth than any other. friends (If the South, and justifies'the contidence .
anything to put down and {prevent 1 lawless supposed to have been done by the movement West for settlement in Florida. It is quite The sheep should be changed every week of those who have all along predicted
violence? Are murderers ever brought of the to of the North Carolina negroes to Indiana natural that neighbors should 1 desire to carry from one field to another thus giving one that repudiation timid not be possible in.
justice Are crimes against the purity week to grazing and! two to rest.::; Such a any Southern! !state if the people had
last old 1 associations an
the better year.refloval their -
? Do not into a new country
rutirageever punished course would keep a much larger stock than to settle upon fair and
cl ( citizens acquiesce in the worst that .1 1'RIXTKR'S MISTAKE. but we think it is hardly practicable in continuous grazing of the whole field or terms. It be equitable

( 't is Done, bv their failure to take any steps( for The ]floriilian commenced a notice of the Florida to arrange for settlement which l plantation ami' would, I think keen four 3-per-cent.i bonds to I pay ofrevervicentaof the t
or prevention ? It is true that sheep, paying $:!.00 in wool and two iambs debt of Tennessee will MahmE
punishment i bl
from Talla- will combine all the advantages which settlers : Ul'll l.
interest in politics ;; of Dr. J. II. Randolph
'fl'ellittle ; and
I these citizens worth $1.00. or $0.00 per acre, anti the expenses his'irgiuia Readjusters have
hut is not that, after all the worst error liasncc in this manner: "On Wednesday last could secure for themselves individually. including labor in caring for the fast and loose Wlt.'l' the credit of that state played
they can possibly ennnut.don ? When tow tree- Tallahassee lost one of its oldest and most, I There are now so many Northern people sheep, planting turnips anti other forage for long as It hi possible for them as
is trWl l out by some violent amid citizens Pr. J. II. Randolph, who settled through East Florida! that the winter feeding would not exceed one dollar when! at the next election defeat aiiddKer
farce respected ,
when elections are u ; acre. The land would steadily improve Wl.1I.DI.t them face iS
reckless men ; per to face and the
be felt Ol d
when life i is cheap and when crimes are un has removed with his family to Chattahoo- sense of' isolation would hardly any and! the quarters or herding: grounds would minion will range herself side by tide
is it not the most sacred duty of: cline, to accept the i position of physician and where. While there are, of course, us in all become so rich that you could grow Irish Tennessee as a state which puvs her debts with .

f iVervcHUento'-takean Intent In politics"until superintendent of the state asylum for the new countries, some who make unfortunate 'Northern and I other early vegetables for no matter how unjustly Misrule f
these wrongs can bo rlght'tl't.The soil etc., success shipment, pears and oruigos to and! robbery have almost crowed
to health ,
I'alatka IttrtM having probably locations: the
insane. The ,
is and last but not least South
from the New York Tribune, perfection, be indepondcnt beneath a load' of obligations
above, and hastily read the first two lines, thereupon Rcems! to be the rule. New homesteads are of Samba and Cuff, or, bv using payment of which in there for the
hypocrisy }city
a fair sample of the mischief, informs its readers of the death of Dr. found springing: up along the line of our him, could cultivate :200 or 300 acres to the shadow of claim, but rather than that was the no

Hintruthfulnew of a class of newspalt'rswhich Randolph. We !hope the Herald has found railroads, rivers and streams: and newestoffices man.TALLAHASSEE. dishonor account should
chief business to en. March 21, 1831.A the full overttime
it their be
consider time to ft.'Ulthe remainder of the notice, and new names of places are constantly eounterof settled
gender and perpetuate the sectional feeling life the heard. One peculiarity is: quite noticeable lookout treasurers and will be
and will bring the Doctor back to on E'LOIUIUUJPOlST.llE.'T.. only the of the state in the
upon which they think' the hold upon POWer banks of the Chattahoochee. that every one seems to think that that CJ1rpet-ba thieves and future
the as- WASHINGTON, March 31.-The President squalid negro
of their potty rests. We venture theNorth he has struck tho right put, and to be so sent to the Senate to-day the nomination of otlice-sevkerrs do not any more plunder the
Mrtlon that five Southern men visit TELEOR.tratcdispatches announce severe the well satisfied that he invites all his: old John U. Stickney to be United States attor- ruin public and'otfers. and have no chance to brim
man visits the snow storms on the 30th throughout for the Northern District i reproach upon the pt'Oplf'BaJt,.
with of Florida.
where one Northern Northwest. friends to visit and share its: blessings store Ca.dte. .
believe that ten time as .
$outh. We

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AN ACCOUNT OFK \ siding officer remarked that since 1800! ( rights and privileges, and charged with all T----- O. S. OAKEN: OrocerleM and 1'rovNlonn.

A K T FIOItiIA the increased: demand in the production the duties which are conferred on the mayorand I
of lumber has been at the rate i.f! aldermen and other ofilcers, and the inhabitants /CONTRACTOR AND HUILDER MILS. ANNE CLARKE,
I WITH AJournal about fifty per cent for each five years If! under and by virtue of the said

\ .I II this increase should continue, he estimated, act to provide for the incorporation of cities MAN LFACTURE$ riMIIRD ST., UET. CENTRE A AI.ACHUA
I KEPT BY our forests: mu .t be annihilated as early as and towns, approved February' 4, A. l>. MOULDINGS: URACKETS.; SAWED AND

JOHN I3AUTIUM OF PHILADELPHIA, 1$'"J.' This: statement seems a ra')h one but ISO!), Chapter 1088. and the amendments TURNED HALUSTERS, NEWEUH: FERNANDINA) FLA., :.r
!it is said hy a leading Boston: authority thatit thereto, except: hereinafter provided andas STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVESTROUGHS -
I Dotanist to His Majesty can be demonstrated, as well as anythingcan may be inconsistent with this iu t.SKO. S11EA'rIIINOVIIATIIlIHOA111)I ; I HEALER IN THE ':
for the Floridas; be demonstrated, by actual estimates.One : : 7. That the mayor: and aldermen so \ .: .

I UPON of the 'auO/C4! of destruction not ordinarily appointed shall take the official oath as provided 1NG AND FLOOR Choicest FriiitM. '" and "Vegetable,
: A Journey (from St. Augustine thought of may be found in the great in :Section: 5 of Chapter 10S3, ami u ING.

,I' up the River St. Johns. railroads which arc (Instantly being built certified copy of the same, together with n CONFECTIONER: Irc.Bliss' : ;
anew, or extended into and through the forests el'rtiliclll'Op\: the petition to the governor Stair niul Church Work

; of the West and Northwest. The millions shall be filed in the office of the clerk Garden Seeds Flowers, Farm and
LONDON : of cords of wood which are annuallyused of the circuit court of the county in which A SPECIALTY.: Garden Implements. 7 tf

Sold by W. NICOLL, No. 51, St. Paul's by those railroads: : for fuel for locomotives ) said city or town is: situated ; it shall ho by __ _. _
Church-Yard: and (I. WOODFALL, is almost! beyondcont rebeusion. Then him entered of record, and for which ho DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF ANGEL: A Fitu\i, ,
Charing-Cross.: in addition to the great and ever increasing shall receive the fees provided by law for recording ALL SIZES.Post f
[Vricc 4 Shillings] demand for lumber within our own borders deeds. Ofilcc( flex 174. TAKER.S AND CONFECTIONERS: ;;, ;
I 1705. there hag sprung upon nctivcdrmand for our Sec 8. That the mayor with the advice jan I Fernandina, Fla.JAMI'S ,1)

"pine in foreign countries which have not and consent of the hoard of aldermen, shall CHOICECirocerlefl i

hitherto I purchased of us! to any extent. appoint a city or town marshal who shall ; JIo<;iFl'1\, 9.
I That \\hen any person who shall here Maine and ;Michigan contain about all thereis appoint such limited number of police astray : Cigar, and Tobaccos

after take up and patent any land shall i left of this kind of lumber, and at the rate be authorized by the board ; also a city C ONTRACTOR AND 1JU1LDER: I

have seated, planted, or cultivated and 1 Improved it is now being out in those :States their forests clerk wtlo shall act as treasurer; and said; TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings i
will be :\ \.. insideoftwenty years. marshal and clerk\ shall each enter into bond Alachua Street between Second: and Third .
the said land, or any part of it, according :Some: idea of the magnitude: of the increase! for the flithfull'l'rlilfl\ll\lll'l'of their respective 1 Entertainments; and Picnics : ;
to the directions and conditions in the demand for 1 lumber I in 18SO over the duties in sums to bo fixed and sureties FERNANDINA} FLA. furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-hot. I II 1

abovementioncd, such patentee may, make year previous, may be gained by nothing the to be approved, ami shall take the official I Orders and estimates from a distance carefully I tom prices', at 1
statement that the shipments from Chicago oath required\ bv law. to. avtf: I ANGEL'S ItAKERY, :
of such and cultivation I
proof seating, planting alone re 10J,(:JOK)0( ) ) feet! in excess .those: Sro. 9!). That the mayor and I aldermen shall Centre t Street, .

or improvements, in any court of of 1570. The receipts aggregated 1,51I.iso,- be authori/od to compromise settle the ,, ri.OHIHAJIWIMIY. 23 Opp. old I'. O. Hulhlin 1 (
record in the said province or in the court 118 feet, or about 27,0.10,000 more than were existing Indebtedness I of swell defunct corporations 4 .. '-'- ------- ------------- -- :
received' the previous.Till the host terms obtainable 4 $ : .
of the country, district or precinct, where year : upon ; r,
nnd which they having regardto
play approve
such lands shall be and have such
/ proofs : JIOXI:i'.IU1' VOXFllllEXCK. the amount of !such indebtedness and I ho *4 FRoM FISH SCAl.E.: )
certified to the register and office, and there means and the ability of the inhabitants: : ant)
\prill'onfcr'lIl'e in Km is: called the
entered with the record of the said patent ; international monetary conference, arises: it property 1,01lpr4of'u'h, city or town and SEA HE AN, :SEA, SHELL: I

I u copy of which shall be admitted on any is! believed I, from the scarcity of gold and I the for this: purpose they are authorized! to issue:
of silver I in, France. The United bonds: bearing/ an annual interest of liot PALM NUT ALLIGATOR i TEETH.:
/ trial to the seating and planting such overMijiply
prove more than 1'\IIl'r, cent.! the said bonds to .
States! have drawn a great Ill'alof gold out of
lands. France'because: of I the great amount of cereals mature within twenty-five years, which Also, FEATHER FANS AM: FEATHER;
At the court of St. James's. bonds! shall be used for no other purpose!
they have sold that l'lIlIlItrA compulsory thantimeseltlenlentofsatd! existing indebtedness. FLOWERS) ORANGE( STICKS, This space reserved for

1 "Whereas the lords commissioners for law also: makes the United States SEA: :SHELLS:: 171'('. A. n. NOYES, (GROCER AND Snip CHANDLER: ,
keep mi coining silver which will not getinto .
trade and plantations have represented to :Sec; 10. That the tax assessment made by who I is too busy! to write an advertisement.
circulation Both republics' are thus For sale timid made to order
his majesty, at this: board, that application desirous i have the "silver i I problem"solved.Germany ; \. the State t and I county assessor, ofpersonsand I ..'. "'. AXSMY:
property, for each current year, within the ,
has been made to them by prayingfor the conference: I consents but t to send commissioners the right i not to to limits o'f such city or town shall bo the assessment 10 Centre St., bet. Second and Third
of lands in his for such'city town and it shall!
a grant majesty's pro be bound by their conclusions.: England: : or ----
vince of East-Florida in order to make a will do the allll'. Her gold standard is found he the duty of the county commissioners: : to c. 11.\UT. it. STEITZ.

settlement thereupon his majesty, this day, by her to he very profitable, in the circumstances hear and determine applications for the eor C. HART .fc CO.,
United rection of such assessments: : at the same time
took the into consideration and havtug of France and the States
same ; I and Mace when applications are made to Importers and Wholesale Dealers htforeign
received the opinion of the lords commissioners correct ('OlnlIUIII state assessments, it shall
Tin n'Ai'cnoss Axn .TACKSOX- bo the o'f 1 the tax collector! for the county .
for trade and plantations, and VILLI: noAit. nail I>onieNllcFrnitM,
to (collect the city tax at the same time,
also of a committee of the lords of his maj- TEIII\UVILLK:, (;.t., March :HO.-The first and to enforce the payment thereof in the Nods, etc., Ji-Q" T II 1t1tt
.esty's most honourable privy-council there train m the new Wtiycross: and Jacksonvilleline same manner: as: is provided for the collection "

upon i is hereby pleased with the advice of crossed: the St.! Ian"s river into Florida of the state and cOlnltaxI, and to Nos. M, 57 and n Market Street,
tn-dav. The bridge; is tin iron structure, pay the same monthly to the city treasurer
his }privy-council, to order, that the governor built by'the Clarke llridge Company of Bal for which ho !shall receive the same compensation CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA A.WI.OHMANN'S
and commander in chief of his majes timore. There are now h'l'nt1Iilt.. of he is allowed for the collection of.

ty's province of East-Florida, for the time track to lay, which it I is (expected will be state and county taxes. .1=.tT Consignments of 1'IOUIII.OUNlU:4 -I.'AMOUS-
completed between the 15th and 'JOth of SEC. t I. That it shall bo the duty of the ,
: solicited
I being do cause acres of land to besurveyed ami prompt\ returns made. (i.'l-im
April. ___ _____________ tax-col lector for the county before collectingsuch ; Prepared Flour.
in one contiguous tract in such I l'ittax to give bond in the sum to bo -_. --- -- --- _. ..

part of the said province as lie said SOMI: OF TIIK xnir LAWS. fixed and with the sureties to be approved Legal. AdvertlNemeiilN.circuit "' .

or his attorney\ shall choose not already An net to repeal and dissolve municipal cor- by the mayor: for the faithful performance .. -
granted or surveyed to others and porations under certain circumstances, and,I of his duties, and in the event of his: failure Court. ol'tlie (lulled Staten, ONLY FIVE: CENTS PER: POUND.
; upon to provide the manner in which such so to do, the mayor shall appoint with the Northern IHNtrlet" or Florida.AUI.STIDKS .
return of such survey conformable to his cities may l become reincorporated.The advice and consent of the board of aldermen : DOUOKTT Receiver 1 1TIIK

majesty's directions in general instructions Profile of the Hnte of Florida, reinrfented a tax-collector: with like powers

to pass a grant for the same to the said in CllfteIII Amembly.. dn enact 1NG. .
That the charters of all possessed: : by the tax-collector for the county I
under the seal of said
the province
upon and who shall give \bond, with sureties to
and that shall ,
cities towns incorporated or
ii. L.: I>OTTIIIIH: :
following terms, conditions and reservations hereafter be incorporated: under any of the lie approved by the mayor, and shall pay .
ovorthoso collections to the city treasurer.Six I sell the railroad belonging: .! to the!
viz. laws of this: State, which: have a h0ndedimide1)hyluess ( fI
: 12. That out of of (taxes mthove-nauueticutupauy, extending irom mecity
That the grantee do settle the lands with such' bonds being past due tlll'llmnt of Fcrnandimi Cedar: Key, Iii thcStatc: "flmNANlHNA. 1"I.01UlA.1I1t.um ,
lie assessed the
now authorized: by law to by
and unpaid, and for which :i fund for their t
inhabitants within ten ot Florida l and all its property, rights franchises -
protestant payment has! not been provided, shall be cities and towns, at least one-half of one percent !
years from the d.itc of the grant In the pro and the same are h'rebIll'clarcll to be repealed shall be annually appropriated to the privileges: immunities and Interests IN
that It now Juts or hereafter be entitled
of the said indobtcdnesstuid may
portion of one for every 100 acres. and dissolved, such dissolution to extinguishment Flue Family Groccrler 1
person of the interest on the same, or such substituted to, at public' auction to the highest bidder
take riled the the
That if one third of the land is: not settled on proclamation governor obligations shall be given therefor.SKO. at the l'IIl'ruI4Inh'etlrthcHul.1 Atlantic, Gulf!
be made. hereinafter as
of the :State; to as
with white protestant inhabitants in provided. : ": l.'J.: That this act shall be in force it West India. Transit Company: \ \ in the city AND i it
of Fernandina, Florida, on the fourth day of;
from and after days after its! approval.Approved .
the u1)ht'aho\'cmclltlunellproportion. three SKI: ''. That on the written application of thirty
.M ISHl.' April. 1H81, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of l'ItOV1yIONH.Customers .
years from the date of the grunt, the wholeto the holders or owners, or their agents;: of February said day Tho sale Is made, pursuant 11 a
one-half of the unpaid l bonds of such
/ tiny decree of the Circuit Court of the I'nit'd
his heirs \
be forfeited his
to majesty, : or -
of the .
the circuit Domestic Anc
l'itor town to judge court
States, for the Northern District j of Florida
successors. of the circuit in which such city or town is foIIOfell: in Tennessee and in South Carolina
rendered in this cause. j
can rely getting CHOICE
That such part of the whole tract as I is not situated, accompanied' with satisfactory on the U2d:.! nit J. II. 0, DREW: upon (
dence that such city or town is Imuwfl/cie j jNOTIIINU
settled with white protestant inhabitants at hondctt. and such bonds are past due and it has been definitely decided not to call fcbLfJ-lw. Specimtllhisler... GOODS, us:
-- --- -
the expiration of ten years from the date of unpaid, and fof+vhi'-h a fund for their payment an extra t session of Congress.;: In Circuit: Court Fourth Judicial

the grant to revert to his: majesty: his heirs has! not been provided. it shall lie his: The Atlanta it Charlotte: Air-Line I Railroad
duty to make a ccrjificato of sit 'h facts! and
or successors. (':III- That an annual quitrent of one halfpenny to he filed and recorded the oflicc of Company, instead of the Virginia Midland vs. > sure in Equity.FARLEY : .

sterling, per acre, be reserved to his the clerk of the circuit court 1 for the county'in as reported last week. : 1tIm lOsu. ) Notice of Sale."VTOTICE are kept in !!tock.

majesty his: heirs or successors, payable on which t the said city or town is situated. -- --- ; is: hereby given that In pursnJ I
to :See.: ,'J. That on the presentation: of a certified XfU'H. mice of a decree maijc) in lime above entitled -
the feast of St. Michael, in every year, Foreign 1 1. II. PJIESCOTT.Style .
of such certificates to the
copy governor : action whereby it was ordered, adjudged
commence, and ceunw'pa 'uble, upon one of the State, it shall be his duty to The Earl; of Heuconsllcld", is dangerouslyill. mill decreed that there was due from

half of the said land on the said feast of St. declare and make proclamation!: that the said Redmond to said McKay, on the:'M day of

Michael, which shall first happen after the charter of such city or town is repealed and Immense Immigration tl, America Is announced July l.s.so' upon a certain note anil iiiortpiKO
dissolved, which proclamation shall ho published said Redmond I"'. I tJ. Whitney
given to
expiration of five (rum the date of the from Gerlllllll '. by one
years in some newspaper: of such city or on the :3d da.of. Juno, I 1K7<5, upon certain Fit,
grant ; and to be payable on every ensuing town, the cost of such publication to be paid The British government; has decided to premises! hereinafter I described the sum

feast of St. :Michael or within fourteen days by any subsequent government that may be I withdraw the troops from Candabar in Afghanistan of three hundred! dollars, with one I hundred Comfort

after ; and the whole quantity to he subjectin established for such city or town ; I'melded.huwtvrr. and bn: made/ peace with the and fifydollars interest up to said, date: and ,
( That the officers: of such dissolved: that the premises!! described in said mortgage AND
Boers in South Africa.Professional .
like manner to the like quitrent at the continue be
corporation shall to the cuxtodjans be sold to satisfy said indebtedness togetherwith
expiration of ten years. of t the books records, papers: money evi -- -- all costs, fees and charges attending thoproceedings Durability.
That there be a reservation in the said tll'IICl'of debt and property of every nature amid HusiiicN" Cards in this action, I will 1111111 front
>d description, both real and, personal, of .._ ..
ai -- --- -- -- -- - --- tit the Coiirt-llonsii door In Fcrnandina.Nassau .
1 grant tit his majesty, his heirs and snecessors such c1Irl"lratioll. ami shall continue to exorcise "". (. 11. (-. inntvii: :, County, Florida, at 12 ). on the 2nd-
of all those parts of the land which : the mnctions of the rC'l'l'ciOllil'l"l: so day of May 1HHI, all the right, title and

the surveyor shull. upon the return of the far as: may be necessary In preserve the |tcficeand : interest of said Farley Redmond, on the :'Id
order of such town until
; purvey, report to be proper for erecting for- good city or day of Juno, JH7IJ, together with till equityof
the establishment of !some other government redemption\ in and to time following described
titications public wharfs, navy yards or for and the appointment, and. qualification CENTRE: ST., NE\K R. II. DEI-OT ) premises, to-wit :

other lIIilitarYPllrposcs. of officers under it, whom it shall be A certain lot of land, being ulioiit one -

That there be u reservation to his majesty! the duty of the officers of such defunct corporation J"JmSANUlS.I"LA.. half mile from King's Ferry, being in '1'.4 N.,
of : to truisfcratnd! deliver i It U5 E., and convoyed in u deed from I Ernestine Having largely Increased' my
his heirs and of all mines gold, evldetmees
successor, .
demand till books, records, '
papers Albertle to Farley \\ Redmond, and
Hay, Corn, Out" Ntork of Foot-wear la both line
silver, copper lead and coals. of debt, money silt.! property of every nature recorded October! 2."th, 1H73 In Rook N, page ,
That any part of the land which shall and description both real and l pl'I'1I'onul.I.c ------- ----- III, of Nassau County: Record of Deeds, and and medium grade, I am enabled -

the to be well :- : I. That the rf final ofsuch officers, or A. W. (IYCKRELL JSO. T. WALKER, escribed I as follows : Ilcu'innlng at u gum
appear by surveyors report| any of them, to deliver the books, records, \LTKK K. YATES.' tree near Woodstock Creek and on the line to place before my customer

adapted to the growth of hemp or flax it papers, evidences of debt, money and other} of land owned by Adam Armstrong, and + u ery largo assortment"' or
shall be a condition of the grant that the property real or )personal: of tuich defunct / 10CKRELL; WALKER: & YATES:!, running North 41 East,50chains, ton pine

grantee shall sow, and continue annually to corporation u-s required by wtion 3, shall bea inuHind| ; from thence in u southwesterly IIoolM and Shoes made by the

cultivate a due proportion of the land not felony punishable )by lint not exceeding (Cock RELI. A WALKER: Jacksonville,) lireetion through said pond along the cen moNt, competent and Nkilledworkmen.
1000.00 and imprisonment not exceeding tre of u brunch of said Woodstock: Creek
less than one acre in every iO K), with that twelve months.Sue. Attorney stud Counsellor to u pine near WoodMock" Creek, and ono These" Goods", werepurcisascd

beneficial article of pro luce. And the governor 5. That on the |petition of twenty or bain from it to place of beginning, containing CANII and
for are
or commander In chief of his! majes noire JK-Tsons residing: within the limits of FERNANUINA: FLA. thirty-two and ninety-one one hundredth -
any city or town in this State, the charter of acres beini a part mil( the Nelson only exchanged for the Namecommodity.
ty's province of East! Florida. for the time which that' have been dissolved minuet\ .thl OlJice adjoining Clerk of the Circuit Court. Grant, (in Nan Jau C-ounty.: }Florida and described ,
being, and all others whom it may concern, act. it shall be the duty of the governor to 1 according; to a survey made by P. W. This" will be deemed

are required to carry hU majesty's: commands appoint u mayor nUll five aldermen residents WALTER It. YATES Public. lit 4t Oscar Koerner. u pleasure", after Nceiug, ex.auinlug *
of such town who shall Notary
city or exercise Also a certain lot of land beginning at or
hereby signified, into execution. the powers and functions hereinafter --- -- -- --- -- -- near the head of Wout'ytock trt'ck.: running. and learning at what

FIXIS.VLSTRUCTIOX provided and shall hold their office for two 11'0. J{. IIAITK.\ICiIIT' along the course of said creek to u stake on extremely low prices then
years and until their successors are ap|>oiiited AUENT the line of land sold to Gut Underwood ;
.'"" OF FOUKSTS and qualified. In case of any vacancy (from thence North 43 hmmst,21: hauls 50 ( ood"", are offered.jMr .
The statement so strongly mode below cause! by failure to aCf pJ. resignation, death WHOLESALE AMI! RETAIL links, to a pine on the back line of the Nelson
or otherwise, on a certificate by the mayorof AND STOCK DEALER: Grant : from thence along said line of I, My "HtoeU, Ji.vrLKMK.VH:

are equally true of our yellow pine producing suet vacancy, the governor shall fill the BUTCIUm ANIIUral..r Nelson Grant 17 chains 40 links, to a a pine! ; IIMSIII.\U <;6oi>S Is", worthythe
regions. If we were getting prices corresponding sime bv ai>|Miintrnent. in lee.TENNESSEE thence North 3U9 East: 131 chains IH links to
to those received for white pinewe Sec. & That all such cities and towns for a pine ; from then((: North 41 Iust: t. H attention or those desiring
view which a mayor and aldermen shall be np-( chains JO links to a stake in a creek ; from
would have some satisfaction but in |M>intcd. as provided section 5, are hereby 9 HKOOU STREET 'WHARF thence along! the route of said creek to the fine. Goode.IrOrders.

of the fact that our yellow pine of twice the declared to be provisional municipalities, the 10-tf FERNANDINA. FLA. said IVucsb took Creek' : from thence along left to selection
Intrinsic value of the white pine is sold in boundaries of which shall be coextensivewith __ ___ r said Woodstock 'reek' to place of beginning; ; iny

New York at half the price it would seem the boundaries t>t such defunct cities Brick, being situated in T. 4 N, It :2ft E.: /in Nassau will reeelve careful and prompt
and tOW ns. Anti the said mayor and aldermen Lime ([aunty, Fla.. and being part of the Nelson
that we are sacrificing the future without and such officer as be Appointed attention.
may Cement, containing forty-six acres, more or
much benefit to the present : by them, and. the inhabitants within the Plaster Grant. J H. PRESCOTT,

At the recent annual meeting of the limits of such cities and towns, shall be Hair, C. L. ROBINSON,
Chicago Lumberman' Exchange the pre vested with all the powers. and authority AT HANBOKX HOYT'H. 15-5t BI>ecial Master. 4.3m Fernandina, 'Fla.rl .


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BY FOIITUNATU8 COSBY, JR. Attention has already been called to the : TIMI;: OAUD Savannah < also' Lucas Sleeping' Cars run
t movement among New" York merchants to through\01\1111) from Jacksonville\ und '
severe (the abolition of tolls: on the (canal, OF TII& laha /scc.FIJRNANDINA. 1'111'1
There Is u nook In n lonely glen, and make them! free. This movement hasgathered : ATLANTIC, or!1.1-' & WttST: INDIA TitAN r.XPUIHS: (I>.\It\.1) J IVKIIY: AND HuAiiUlNO! STAHLl: ,
Hidden way 'front the haunts' of men ,
f from the remarkable
Where the antelope bounds with graceful strength in recently cheap SIT UAILUOAD, Ix\ive Jacksmville: : ..... ................11:15: A. )t. : WAGONS \\
t leap, experiments' transportation PUXIXhULAIl I UAILI50ADddu Arrive ISaldwin,....................r..I 12..IO: ::; I'. M. i e.nHAmXn .and
And rock-goats browse on the dizzy! steep Mississippi' river. At U meeting nf the ( \hI\\ Hmni.li,) Arrive Fernandina...................... :3.40: .. : 1alns.
; New York IJ lard of Trade and! :
t And it nestles there : Transportation ANDCUMfR1'ItLAN Leave Fernandina.........................10:101.:: ]I'I CONTRACTS FOR HAULING,
> held last Wednesday. A. 11. Miller
I Mid the mntains bare, : : D }HOUTK.: Leave Italdwin, ........... ................ 1:20: ) I'. FOR I.\LF: I\
in favor of the abolition: of canal I tolls'
That nook, liken. gem, in its rocky keep. spoke and I as an argument tor the measure: : ,, In Arrive Jacksonville\ ..................... :2..i5!::\ r. .M. HOUSES, Hl'GGIIX: ILIRNE.SS.c4urrs J '
Effect Wiriitiry 1st, 1880.rOI Passengers: for Fernandina and C'lltr Key AND WACtONS.TIUM .
"called attention to of the
: a new danger
In that the wild take this: train. No train from Haldwin to : < CASII.-W" i
fairy spot grapevi11e1Veavesitslittle commerce of New York now being Ilc\'cl.1 I J .
NO SOUTH.' Cedar Key on SlIIII1aCONnc'TIOc.t \'. First Street, m ear
tendrils ithhtAnyIL twine, aped in the transportation ot'raiu by ;t7.Of1ice and Stable-
'AIM I Leave Atlanta, ta! 2.1. p. M. : Italdwiu with A., O. ,t; Wharf. 4'Mf
the bows of
bending a bending) tree, means: of swiftly towed barges: down the I IJroom Street -
And fountain free ; Leave :Macon\ l la. 7.45 r. N. W. I. T. U. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville; --- .-- -
.... u crystal gushes Mississippi' to New Orleans, whence it isshlppasl -
And dances along to : the old Leave llrnnswh! (hl ti.l.'i A. M. and Fernandina, and all points North 111111Wt"
Europe by steam '
t With a quiet Moil/j been to carry\ goods: on the Mii:' i: Arrive Fcrnandina, Kl.i...............10.15 .\. M.I.l'II.l' t ; at Lake City for Tallahassee, Alb.my,
To mingle its rill with river and. sea. \pi in Hat boats and( from New Orleans in.sailing .Fernandin.i; .I:50( : A. !N. Ha\lIl11ah,1\I1I1 all points North and West ;
vessels." Arrive lialdwin. 1'la.,......... 1.25: I'. M. at Jacksonville! with St. Johns River Steam GET THE PEST.
J. S.
And thither ut freshest That the uneasiness of the New York Leave Italdwin\ Jacksonville:. ers. ,
morning's prime l.JJO:;( I'. N. '
W. M.( iHvtnsox :Master
And at dewy evening's resting" time- merchants at the surprising' illustration nf .\i!'rive:Jacksonville! ',Cum. Uoute)... 2..T:\ p.' M. Superintendent."ACKSONVILLi' Transp! n. WFBSTt' n w fy.fJICTICNAR

At sultry noon, wneii the sj.irts' sink- cheap and rapid carriage nn the :Mississippiatlorded \ \ Leave Haldwin-'for Cedar; Key...... I.fil'I') .'M. UNABRIDCCJ (AR GIT/C'V
Around that fountain's brink in the Oakland's tow of :a.JooU! :
iss-covcr'd' :, I'EXH.\COI.A: AND
Arrive Waldo (Junction 1' It. It) .. 4.11 r. M.! J'UPPICIIfNT ,
From tile Up.iI! i l.iides bushels of grain to New Orleans is not without Leave Waldo. ...''O I'. M.! MOBILE: HAILIO.IJ.MAnu : .

And the forest su.id"s, ample ground will be evident from I the Arrive lainesville....................... 5.17 ... M. TUVNI'OKTTIOX'! OFFICE, }I
The bcautilul creatures callItu! drink. figures! the CUI('. The Oakland will probably Leave Gainesville. 5.2) : !> r. M. T.VI.IAHVS, : :, FIA., February :3:, 1SJ-0. J
reach New Orleans in eight days! from Arrive Cedar. 9.IM r. M. On and alter Monday, February 2, KSsO, If you Intend Homo day to getWEBSTER'S
The first und the fairest (lowers of spring, tilt time of starting. The trip tan he made Trains to Jacksonville and North of Baldwin ,passenger!\ trains! of this road will run as follows UNABRIDGED
T.ic lost that in autumn their perfumes\ in six dues, and, if necessary, the time .of daily. viz: ,
'' tows' will be brought: down to that standard.'
bring "
ti Each odorous breath the breeze has stirr'd This! \\11I11\ I a saying of six (days over railroad I
Leave Cedar Key. 4.15 A. M.Arrive Leave Chattahoochee..daily at.... 2 (H) r. M.
: Tlie sweetest song of the gentle bird, freight: carriage from the Mississippi' \ to Ciainesvi'lle! 8.41 .*. M. Leave Quincy.Lc'ive I .................... ...... :3 22 I'. !)t. TIE NEW EDITION
i Hv the gentle nymph the Atlantic seaboard, since orllilllrfreight: .. .. .. ..... 0\
Leave Gainesville! ...... K.W A. M. Tallahassee....... \00 I'. M.
11'110 \\'. tClh'S hue lymph, trains do not, make the transit under twelve Arrive Waldo ((1'. It. It. June.' ). !l.4S A. ",. Leave Monthcllo .............. ...... 710 r. )(. Contains 01 or 118,000Vord, \
Arc the soonest' felt and the soonest heard. lays, and often consune fourteen days. Thesaving Leave Waldo. 9.55) A. M. Leave: GreenvilleLeave t ............... ...... 8 38: I'. M. 1C28 Paces, 3000 En=ravincs; .

. of six to eight days more than compensates ArriveJJ.ildwin.12.17: I'. !M. : MadisonLeave ......... ......... ...... 0 2(5( I'. M. roar Pages Colored Plates,
I The spirit of peace is hovering, near ; for the ditl'erencc in time against;. : Live Oak................. ..... 2 15 .\. M.
' ) Nether bird nur beast hale aught t > fear ; New Orleans and in favor of 1\etv York Leave Jacksonville (Cum. Ruute.11.15): A. 'M. ArriveSavanmilArrive : ............... ...... 9JOA.1.1. 4600 M-W: WOUDS! nut! Meaning, I

" B.retch'd liar.l by in tll.'I..hlr'lll snade across! the ocean and makes it practicable to Arrive haul tvimm...... :!.: I'. !II. 'I'homi asvtlle........... ...... 0 j"j A. "I.rr'e Bio;;rnpliical \

The hunter forgets his ruthless trade! ; % oliip grain from the Mississippi' all the way Leave;Italdwin; ; ... r. M. \ Albany........,. ......... ......10'.5: A. M. ol C DIctonar.
Tne stag from his lair by water to Liverpool quicker than by rail Arrive Fernandi.nn: :'t.40 r. M. Irl'.c fatkecity................ ...... :3 :35 A. M. over -
And the timid (hare to New York and thence across the ocean. Leave .) p. v. Arrive Italdwin ................. ...... 0 :25 .\. M. fTlh"JL li-li"Tnot"n'rf!...il an 1 romrlcto rns-fTl JLHas
Gaze in his face and are not afraid. Again, there is no transfer at Now Orleans 1 ; Leave Itrunswick. H.tK) r. )t. :ArritcJacksiuvilie.' .......... ..... 7tM.1u. li'.liul/I. : nearly t Kiron

there is only: a shifting; -tlie barges being Leave Macon. H.40 .\. M. Arrive Fernandina............ ,..... :3 40 r. M. ; IK many illrn\ngl.th.r l)irt'ry.Evpry H
3 towed alongside the steamer and the grain Arrive Gainesville ............ ...... ni (
And there, as the Red man's! legends tell, Arrive Atlanta, (!a. 1.15 M. 501 I' M. "pio<->and family should have I
A m liden dwelt in that lonely dell ; hoisted! aboard' elevators. At New York Trains to Cedar Key and South of Hald Arrive Cedar' Kev.............. ...... !J0:! r. M.PASSKNOKU eon i.int ufercncc. E
the grain must lie first shifted from cars at
dream win daily Sunday.:: : : THAIWET: ; HOUND.J GET THE STANDARD.
Fair as the face in u (tout's: the into boats transferred two or three except : :
Pure as the purest mountain-' stream! miles depot and again shifted, to the steamcr in thc PENINSULAR It A I LHOAD, Leave Jaeksomiville..daily at.... 5 :30: r. !M.Leave rl14 r frf> >strr'i. f lI over CO fmos: HII S
When its waters burnt that ( 'aldn Branch.) Fernandina ............ .....1030A.M.:: / of any other nodes ot'lietonnri.>".
From theircaverns Ii r-lt- harhor-II1\'ulvllIJ.! an expense\ The freight Leave Gainc; villc\ ........ ..... ...... !Ml I _' A. M. mho "lii he'-tniithority lf : 'nUI.t.. Indefiaitioti.ChirjJusfi'C T
at New Orleans is not subject to. barge
Or drips of dew in the morning's gleam New Orleansis ; ttOtxn SOUTH. Leave Cedar Key .............. ...... 4 30: A. M. alma tinnrrFal .111t! cccIJ-
rate grain from St. Louis to Leave Waldo Junction. 000A.M. :
f on i Leaue Haldwin ................. ...... 700 p. H. I I A ing tho t meaning ft'ithoritj-Jn". : A
cents bushel, and the ocean rate Leave Hawthorne. 7.10 .\. M.
eight a : Leave Lake City ............... ...... !0 40 .
Her steps as ngile as light und free I' M. o othrr I ns (l-orn botirj.t
thence is about Cl'lItc- Arrive Lochloosa. H.10 Dillonnt
to Liverpool twenty M.OOINU
f. As IIl'uttellti'I1'tI on its native lea ; cents from St. Louis to A. Leave Savannah ............... ...... 4 :30: I'. !n. N nny ttltt supply its tkhol! l'j N
ll the sunset's making twenty-eight; : NORTH.I Leave Live Oak................. .. 2 15 A. )to I I v'lirli! nine-tenths rf tho
llor!r smile us sweet bright silvery as< und low glow, Liverpool by the river route. The! rail rate eave: Lochloosu................... .....10.00 .*. M. Leave Madison ................. ...r..... :351 A. M.I I Dlrtnnnrv..of tio! country arc I a+o \'UIIe; : us: from St.lnuis to New York 1 is fifteen cents
As the fountain's : :1 Leave Hawthorne.10.45 A. M. Leave Greenville............... ...... 4 :3':!n A. M. I Authoriy i-\ tho Oorrrnmrnt rrliitlng: A
gushOr liashel'and) l the rate thence to Liverpool .
of the thrush a ; ocean Arl' \Waldo .Ja1l1ltion..l.I.: ) r. at. Leave Month'ello .............. ...... 500 A. M.I I I WnqhlnCton. Jan. 1SSLi
Or that song curl the water's,flow. 8 Vl'ntC,1Cl'lItsIIIakllll( thirtytwocents : Trains! from Waldo Lothloosaand' return Arrive Tallahassee........... ...... 7 W) A. MLeaveTallahasse .I i Re07nW11cIIy\ ,Shtt 5Q i Collopo Rnpt' SnhoolT laR
zephyrs bushel from St. Louis to Liverpool J'rl'lq.
a Tuesday, Thursday: and Satniday.CONNIPTIONS. : ...... ......... .... 830A.M.:: T\l"tinnarv thnt Ims Torn moro
York other Atlantic )1.lnr,111
through New or any Leave Quincy' ......... ..... ..... '. ...... 10 OS A. I JL7 than! 2 ,000 ril''IM ii U.S. T'
And innocent thoughts her bosom lay, port. Here is u dittorcnec of four cents a Arm lye Chattahoochee....... .' ......11 :30 !I'I .rhool .
A*lands: of/ gold in the sp1ti.hrnok play- bushel, therefore, in favor oft he rl'cr r..IIIt'- ATMNTV. A. I 13 IT HOT THE STAPTDJ ::= ?

As blithe birds dwell in the },,rc.sthotyers' and this can he increased to seven cents Close: connection I is made at Atlanta fia., CONNECTIONS.At Pu.1i|i-li ,lhyc f.C MERRItM.Rprintrfr'IdMaae.

+ Or h.5aybees'tutu; 1 the,:sweetest: tl wers ; : whcnlurgu rates shall be rcdmcd to live to and from all points North, Hast: West! and Live Oak' lJIwitl the Ra\lual /(\cbtcr's National riclorisl Dlcton:: \
And her dark), eyes shone! cents a bushel: between ht. I L Luis and New Invest daily Florida and \ (' to 1111 Ptjcs Cctivo. c:J t:;:; :. :
With bright; ,dreams( alone, Orleans rate which, will still leave u good: AT MACON, o\., Savannah, and all 1.rtht'I'Eu! .-t"11 and ;

As the dial tells\ only of radiant hours. profit The Mississippi!! river mute, therefore t With Trains' for Kufaula: Columbia, (;a., Western Cities .
i \ .. ...__.
At Lake City daily with the Florida -- -- -- '--'-'- ---
.f offers tw I considerable vuatag'' i ores :\llJnt'OIIll'rr101,11": and New Orleans.AT C'I'
And thither the timorous:: antelope. the rail route to New Ylrk-a din"ercnce! of KKHN: .VMUXV, rl..'., trail Railroad, to aril; fri m .lack, oll\\h', M. TIII: I.aUI.UEI.lall.TnnS..
'. Alii 1 ic.k-go.its on llum\ \iiitain's: slope- seven cents I a bushel in freight and of one to With New York and IVrnandlna Steamship Augustine, IlIlutkll. Fnkrprisc, 1111 111111 liars l- .
Tne humming-bird; nn I the! hiimhic-bej, three days in tinier L'' ii* lt'/IIIMiclm. Line from. New York mi Wednesday on the .,1111 River '1'1111'1111:5: : rou D81.

4 i .' .To j bird that sing in the le.IItl'ce- 10.:((0) a. in., and f for New York on Frl.IIlit: 1111.1't't At. Haldwin Iaiia'l'ramisit dash; : with Hailwa the .11ltlt'.Onlf The Til.1 will t'lll'I'lh,' NeYuir with a

i Tha miyls and nu-rfe( Tin: 1.\'I":I..vI":." 1'"111:11.11.1)." :'i.lnp. ni.; from Na-sau: : ; N. 1'., on 11'cdiiesdav Cedar 1111 f'OII larger circle of uvular; t lei Alt r-: tI.llt1.111..

'r) th It'gentle girl The political independence of the New ; for Nassau, \. P., nil "',.tea. tan J'rIHlllilil. Oall\'il., Key: Hil any prl't'i"tts perind, nt f its -tll'. ulll Ile.ll".talt .
t, Cam; ut her call, exalting und free. York lief ill, has consisted' \ for the most part 11'ithGeoriaand. Florida Inland :Steamboat ; : wlh !ll'III'I'. Tampa. KI'yr( t | .' ttwat.: of tl. i\t tear II'I-t:

Y.. in llndijig fault ,with the J) IIIII'rlH'l. Jt is: Co. front :S.iv"annali Tuesday, Wednesday At\I'liattahoochce three times wl'klwitla : : ; the I.I I oi ind('pendent

She:, lov'd ns the ynuu.:* und/ gullcles'slove, 'dillleiilt for the Democratic party tiT. 1 please:' 1-1'1.1.11 hrYit 'Sunday;} I for Savannah on the People's:I Line and Central Line- U'alc.; to journalism.
twill he itiami marate'd
11 A 0( w,:nm (loves, or the gentled 've ; the llernU while strum: to say, it is the Tuesday, Friday and I :Sunday.With and from Columbus' ., I Fort .1 I. \. .lIIili tratlol ; ;
I'4 A't 11th' by day mire \pi.simitj. grew- easiest; \ thing in the world for Mr. C'onkling' Charleston :Steamers (fit John's and Apal.uhicola) and Ilf.lla.: Lami dims d'ahirs. IHpohtidil llic
t Mjro trusting umi.lte'iter-trtvllsitek11ty to do so. And Vl.tIr.. funkling: I is by no Cl'"illt) from Savannah and Charleston' ./. :Sleeping; and outies ; 1;.rcit'IIIIII'I'I.iallld iIl411--:
J "lllegaiit Parlo COa'h's. dial piopiiity' t ("'uiinii\ must: inin-:
tit Wednesday and, for :Savannah and
11II1 ( Sunday 11111
T.iat her c igodwvltIn means: : perfect mind has laid lIIcclfopt'li time : : 1Vu.ulrnll'uud Lucas daily lieta
l'at'lIt,11 late in uli tioiiui.d
u' heirt that fell Charleston! Monday omit "Friday.1Vith l'ioriit-s 1.IIILliU
I I and again to censure. Tallahassee: and Jacksonville.
r "
A love la love true. :Steamer:: flum daily to and from St.' tl.l'IUI14'11'II ;pniituid |I"i\\i I n'ill6etti-
as :
us worm an. Tlie llffnll\n\ pursuance: : of the "i 11I1l'l'cn.1101lt" Ter*Quick sure conmutinn. ;
/ till, : : us: u .\t r is
which have alluded Mary's, Ja., and semi-weekly to and faun 1 Il'rr.tsald "rlqi'.llld d""lu'I| II
policy" : to we \ KDGAll(
A'nl 1 there when the netting sun" had spread: rushes to the defence of Generallahone I Ht.Iar"s, River! Landings.vr :' '}-t tf--- Master Tral V1.IT wh"1 i the 1"111'11'| (., l\ilul t in and m tl.e Mi'iniiitiiim .
ti __ ._ ._ | usury.The
His g ir;v) IIH hucso i tli Jin 1 1 it lin's head. and makes the following chare against the* n u.mv IN. Fr. \., m TI'IIHHiil IK in I.M it has-
3 And' slu I I. iws lay on the I g ilde.i mist, Snithern Democracy : With Trains 1 for Live Oak,Tallahassee! and been in the II'IIIIII' of
pat.: : < ly itdepemid.nt>
\ Their duo feet cam to that: fairy tryst ; When we tire told; therefore, that Senator all points III )1\.1.lIl'111\11\ West Floiida.VT political 11-111I1'1 | luuK. ly

:stillness I 1: round 1 Mahone issiniplyachampion' I "I'rCl'ul1 i.ociti.nosv Fl..'., dexntid to ilh''I.llt "III'II.\'llld ld l : in in our I
z t t'Y. l l thin, we must remember that those' who With Steamer J//1 ft>r all pili ants and 9 statesnuuashii: |' 11111"lt.I I.,' tiuiimu and >:in..

k 9 : I t. mike: this: charge have been guiltv themselves landings. on Oranzo: Lake, on arrival of I'minsular LAN lilY the Ial.,1 IKpiiidiiit | titty l'r uis

of wholesale repudiation in nearly Railroad Train.VTUVIMSVIU.F.. will II .. 111,11, (, ] \. minim umd
l Anti what! to th,1IIVI" the wrltlbsi i I1tI ?" every S mthern State" FI..\.. I party mcaMiic ; II 111' Illol1l.rt' 011, "Y
,'tM { It's wrath an I wrl'''':. by that. fountain's, This is nn unjust;, unfair disagreeable: With Stave: Line for, lit-ala and Tampa on SEEDS BEST the tinthhni patty ii.Uu.-t. \.I. h welt it,

iMe! ? statement. It might: have been expected' Monday Wednesday and :Saturday ; fiomOeala I 1184 u not n you lOBI and to l.uMi: the : -
t Tlu stars In' tk'd 11'n fr mi the distant.sky, from an organ of the Republican partv, but t and Tampa Tuesday, Friday and Sun I ca get themlmjmm t". Prop \ to the IHI''I'r"jlllalillltie'latl"'ll'r.'allt ; -
\\J from : terming itself" independent. UI a I\alal Cartt for Cato IIWI. illlli.j'II'l'
Ad: U<, ii its nmile.lfrnuttheirplueeota high- not a paper day. Ingue and Th.0Zde.temJmo.tarle.4ue.J mil' tlieneth.il\' : | *
A'I.IIhl.ill. tVIIO ." The Southern States have not been Crotfrrn tit I"" 4. 1111'I.it-
.'; AT .tP\U: KBV, FLV., 't'U. II indiptr.dint lit \ : | tl'i..ur.Ills -
I .i th it glassv lI. ulltof wholesale repudiation and. the With Tampa/ Steamship: Co.'s' Line for VA VD L UL'l FCXStD..1. \\liii li best I tit Ile.t I tl.c 1'I.ill- ti I acing:
An I Tim. the destroyer I : pass: it by. writer: of the statement in the Ifemfil we Tampa and Manatee(. iinhay and Thursday, iiiilepeinleiue of the peopleilibo: thegivut
I have referred to. !shows: either his: ignoranceor ; at 4 p. in., and for i' l't: Sunday and AII'ril'll journals! nt t the future.

c,, w j T'i it :grille, : girl to the f m\ 'itain !ped, I his prejudice, more. probably both. The Thursday, ut (Ii i j J'. in. Tie 77M s'u'lNan I III t Ltlt! her head: I settlements nf indebtedness which misgovernmcnt United States and IInlll'a .. tlie ink nt
{ W ti! : ivvr > .era J ; With the / : t IIfl pi new:paper.' I le.tr-
An I the m liden, 'L&"I vv.tii; : m U.I.M; pride, and I misfortune entailed upon Mail :Steamer .Islasir'.lforRey1Vcstla ana, sluice/alcing.- lely: nppuxs ('IIUI.tioll i.i.tl riiij-s in tallparties
r d Nordrjini'd her I Live W Ii at her side, Smthem communities cannot be h'rllll..1whot.'Iulo Cuba, on arrival Special 'l'rlllll.l'\'t'n' Tuesday -- \\hcthir in city, htitvnr iiatinn. It
Till his shat: I iw lay \ repudiation with any regard for afternoon at 4.'JO: p. in. From Havana, K. M. 11'XIUnSOX.: nppost- every form of impirial; I mlitial|
1i 1 In the witer's play: the truth. And the //wiMIs I wilfully (blind Cuba, and Key West every Saturday. Special .'''auilimit iiii. \\\hetlur uproeiite| by tin 111,1.lhll. -
)r' 1! Ant sho.v'd the C.ik'f, to Ids c-riscious bride. to th,' fad that notonly Virginia' but also t train to connect.With P55B5S3P5$}, by a lilili. nr: I by nppii '-
in Tennessee the regular Democracy has Steamer Enterpriif, for points on the 1'I.tilllali-1 North IIUIII lS thc

An 1 th MV, ut the m ,rro>v's 'dawn they met, ftu 'lit for an honest settlement of the State Suvvannee\ !Itiver, Thursdays' at Ii i a. m. dt'moii nl the public; and it t"IIIII-l'uh-: '

: A'I.I 1 tluy emu ujain: vv.ien the stars were debt.If For information respecting routes' rates, lie traniinllii.iiuitlie| Mipuiiuuv Unity:
l 1I.t the Southern people have been guilty of etc., apply to and law for l''rdtiu'l the' rnion.'
t J AI1I\ e L"I!t to tha other was all-im-all: wholesale repudiation" in the past: surely A. O. 1.'fma.LI"O The T nr \\:i be,; the New Year
A.. ;; A.id thy lin'or'd th'r.: illluv"illw.ct thrall they should be looked llIiNJU| with suspicion! : <.' '1 Ticket and Pass.' Agent.D shcntIsehe'I; in am nf its.iSnady: exttption.ably .
Till thoj 'y >n. su i, bv i.IIIIHw\'ll. m men at pre! ent. And yet K.: I.\XWILI.: (.en'18upc. 21TT rt rung departimiiK i Its. .Itinalstif the
will tho Hrrnld; please explain how it is that Warill in the
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Ilisj mr.H'hJ. ;''in. hI 'llltilll,1 edition..
It? E .ak.l tho glad earth With; his: matin, call the 0 per cent bonds of tins state, for example IOIuDA CENTRAL RAILROAD.JVCKSOXVIU.K with svtJally| Iii' .n .tii. evti.uts thenlrom
IIfl"I"oh..1 in New York at 103 and the l1iIitT.t1tElt.FIFTH : : in the other editions, amiol Ibe.titlriintntsof

t An I the; next day, and still the n.-\t, they 5 per cent bonds at (A' to 1XS.i and that even FI.V., :March 10. l$jO. ST., FIRNANDINA: FLA. l.s.sl t" this impoitaiir fiatnre of time paper
; C 111\ ', at these figures it is next to impossible:' to obtain On and after this date Trains on this: Road I will he from the must djstiucuisle.I: I"oldi'r
nit f shame! these' b Ands? These' figures certainly Indicate toil( follows "- I I and : of tl| (. North und
'1i A'l I t'i'IJmll.I\"wJl't.htt" >r run as : t\'iall.
: ;
ROHis. MKTALLIC CASTS: :01111. 11
in the financial\ honesty UB.\
A'ld thjgmhing: tears fell fast and w..lrll.! some contidence DAY )'As."m mm.: (EXCEPT SrNU.ty.) B ) ': COFFINS AM. e.\HK I'TS.Tt'l'gralhil'll'.II' : I'; hlf'lbt ontribiitois in this l ,
it also note
p For wit.i; th next m 1111I that 'hcrlsh It form, ; of our people. Will please 'I eitie.nuatrinstvillliett'retluniinaihtainvtl l ;
have Leave Jacksonville N.:50:: .\. M. promptly attended tu.I .
that Northern journals that : no ) it- liable
t T i i surely! dame! knows, many: corricpnhdime is anomie
) with Minne-ota for scaling its I Leave Baldwin O.'U::: \, M. KISs.YI|
fullttoIliad that of
Oi: the w.lr'I-th g ws.O'er I any other journal of thocountry
of at Leave Lake City..1I:31.t.:: M. -- --
sunshine and debt, still continue to talk repudiation ; ms departments
rantaln allIIlain-11I 11.ali isxeiitial
} ,t m hence eons'-ts' in Leave Live 1.00: r. M. Stoics find Th"Ya .
storm.l the Smth ? True indepen : tl" compliteiieu-.paiKTfor: the home and
do justice! \ to all Arrive at Savannah K45: p. M.Ixave --- --
fairness! in seeking to equal family irde are t-oiiMantly
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censoriousnes-s and in ""Ingr"IIIly I Savannah ... HUO: A. M. TRI:ETY A IUtOTIII.lt, fresh writer "llinI.1
A-id thither for imny weary day in avoiding S un.llt toil; :; the IM-
t T.ie desolate maid was wont' to stay to nuke all duo nlbwanc'l'l.'ll'n' (Leave Live al. 5,11': M. Second Street, opposite Post-OfTlce. ton it has WOI coK-ly un its iiurits. as one
5<$)n .
Leave I. ike : r. N.Leave
1\, dJ. ere the dlm.it'Iwe t.d" und melt, the Hemld bows these! qualities' then it City most' rcllibic! and ncwsiu.IKT .
If mirrjr'd th tl'l' his imago dwelt ; will have: established its claim to bo considered : Haldwin 7:0.: p. M. I :* of the w.rl.l.TEIt1IS Cllllll.te *
; .1JII'Ie Arrive at Jacksonville, .... S-OSp.: M. .
,, Hut the limpied 1 wave an independent 1'\t4'r.! Ktgliter.TiiKDemoc .. : I.UL-I1'1iH'f.ll\'al'rl(' for
1' No bright image gavel MAIL AND ILKPUISS.: : ; (Dvay.) twelve rents 1.li 111.criptioii. six

l Dtit hers who beside its margin. knelt. atic party ran well afford to Leave Jacksonville.......... .'iKI.p.: M. dotLlta! a rent.: or liftv 'lh II 1II01th. i"llt.
lose the senate organization, when the i partyin Leave White House...t.. G.15: p. N. L n. c Ir(. Il' D\Y 1.1.ITI.. : DIII hie I ,
t :Another, and yet another sun, Virginia U so much the gainer us to put Leaveltaldv...... 7:00: p. N. ttvod,mlhors a 'I iw'.ttefret.: ; sjngleclgKts t ,
4 1IU wiurv. c,inrse has s ls.' arIle run, it now I beyond the reach of defeat at the Leave Darby. ville. 7:25: p. M, (t toast'l'nt", \'t.KLY-I'lIhl"h.ll'\'lf'Saturday
And no comes not with its g lden set- next election. Mahone as: a I>llnlll'rut'Atk Leave Sanclerkon. K:+)7 p. M. : ; 11.lufot: aear. ;: 'live
( '1"',,, bravo ami the true-can lie forget? ened the party bv drawing to his readjusting! Leave Olusteo.,. S'43: p. N. CIJPKI.. *,: ten n.pUs. li; twenty (Yq'ils, ,
She fits then alone\ faction votes from the regular orgamzition Leave Mt. (arrie.:. Hlp.: ); N. :'i .\" il'4 V"l'y M"l ilvv'" lla't'ctur"lv

O.i that m i-wy stone, up m the local debt question. As a Uepulnliean Arrive lake Cit).. 0-30: 1'. M. ( 1 CII..Ihr's.
tti And look: and .prays for hU coming yet. he has lost his |power to do this AS heave Live 2.15: 1\. M. TiE TJjns: ,

the Richmond PillJfI e' says: : "We do not Arrive Tallahassee...................... 7.00: A. u. I'a. :
At m >rn. at anon: and at eventide! ., feel like complaining of him. lie has: place.I Arrive Albany...........................10:45 A. u. --- --- J'liaf.llh.a. -- r.
: wits unit Wl'ellll by that fountain's nlone-; himself where hewn no longer prof tw to I tie Arrive Savannah......"... J'oO: A. u. \TIII,:
I A\,'I he thin k* undlri-anu of him 1 a DIIU'Il'rat. As: n.nn'll'rut, he drew olf Leave Savannah .t.- 4.30: p. M.
The I Ylng and I .Vd who was all her own Democratfrom their proper "art).. AS he Leave Albany .- 4W: r. M. NEW YORK OBSERVER;

Hut the star that told now ttands, he will hereafter Rive the He.I'lIbllclnll Leave Tallahassee ... 5.45: 1'. M.

Happy hours: of i,Ul the trouble he Im heretofore given Leave live .\ ....... 2.15: : ..\. M.Ixave b'TOJm.TI:I RANGIIRS.TIN THIS Y);.\I.
( Small: fchinc never more us once, shone. us. or else he will hale to app over to th:itpartv. lake l'itv ... :..W .\. M.Ixsive : -

,t In either event the Democrats will l Mt. Carrie.................. 4:IS .\. M. AND SHKKT-IRON W AIm, Till LAMEST. AX/ nEST
J A'a I never again; shall she behold be the gal ners."-lln/tlmore G-a:eIte. U-ave Olustee............................. 4:-11) .\. M. ROOFING AND GUTTERING 1')11 IS l.fJlJ.
p Aa 1 never a,tnl" sisull .she enfddi -, throve Sander t 'in... 5-.M i: \. N. fl1

i 4lr.it cherillhell (..mnUtlmver again brain I I.HUeIaltnne reflecting on his vo'e J) ) leave )DarbwUle) ............ 55.: .1. M.I crCUMUUU WOOD PUMP, lire.: 7.Send f'r (1)pyFrcc..tc
8.m.itlbis'pr'L :: (!mtn1inather\ reen'.I I know mv S'nwIIC I know mv SI'. d'1 I. 'ave ]Uildwin\ ..._........ /0;:{0 .\. }I. .\ large stock of Stoves on hand. Give usa fIII'\ ;

And \ I know they know I know they know I heave White House.................... 7A5: /n., call, and cmparl our prices with those ofother NIIW I YOKK OU.lIWl-U.:

i H.iall linkof bind that un.1 t broken restore chain know they know I know my :\u1 Arrive Jacksonville........ 7:50 A. M. !b u"*, l1r or elsewhere. t- 37 Park. fcv N\.w York.

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}'Olt.UC AM HAT FUR /'LOK1/M either from pieces of root or cuttings of the from Jacksonville; I could not make hives: 1880. 1Sar
!tents' %l Ir. Hart, of 1.\"ll'I'lIll'oilll. 'Ia.- for them so I kept t them back from !swarm
M'MIH.n; INK.: good authority-rank** it bigli as a nutritious ing. This' has been an un'iMially poor
grass, and our own cxpor'.ence' : tlins far year for, bee and, honey here, and nianyhave
i is favorable. '1'herear'thun'ui(1sofaeresuf neither honey: nor increase\ from
Almost\ every n:<:Ol'tllat\ enters our seaports I got
-every train of cars running to" the interior wetland in this .Stutc now lying; idle and their hives I lam "till ;ahead, although' the
of the! State ;every Meaner navigating worthless: upon which Para grass could. be ; gale that wreaked the steani'liip Vera {'rutant THE
jour rivers: ; and almost: every pincvw.ioib grown to \'l'r.grl'at profit, and, we hope to 1'I"'I.rallllla.r Vessels within a few miles! ,
cart drugging slowly' homeward.: nee its culture greatly extended. of me, destroyed H swarms for me. The .
throilgh u tiny heavy $sund boars freight costing The corn forage, "pearl" or "cat-tail" rest are 11'lIlIiwl'1ll1l1ll1rl'! in good shape (fear
Florida aniuj.illy\ many thousands: ollolljr millet, n"lIr.ll'ullI, sorgho/ imphce' llnnga-) winter. The way the gale destroyed the
< *, every "Cllt.of which might and rain grass: icrman millet, and all of the bees was by blowing down upon the hives
sllllchllJc keptitliin our own borders.Tis Millet family, may be sown now and at in- two large pine treeso crashing, several of
: freight is nort/irrit hnyI-the very tarots dart the summer, to )keep up a them. Then the rain drowned l the hl'l':4l1l101.
sight of wiiieli, in our markets: should boafcjiroajh j :succession of green iii'ps. Uico may h(' ns I I11" away, theexposcd h IIII' set the Pit
to every tiller southern' soil, and 1'alltl'.IIIOW.: and again in June, cither. : for to robbing, ;and I I found a line "kettle of
oK.vially| to every VI n'itLl (;.inner ; I our wo loiMgv or raill. 7'm..j"lt! !'lHiuld be planted Ii.."" ((1111 J h) when I got home.:'- H'. S? FLORIDA MIRRORr
Ur li.u-c it easily in our power to rare till the at soon as the ground becomes wifnn and horn, ill (I'liliisiii Ctunifji ..Y'II'.1.sl..llt.Ir'.'. !
fnrageu51(1 bay we need, not only for our weather settled.I Oat: r.xeand bailey in the
own use on Ilk .farm but also to supply\ the l'lIrllall, ; Guinea grass: in .April and I'ara I'
Wants: of those living) in towns: ami! cities roots and cuttings) ill moist weather whenconvenient. The plant\ common to all :soils, sis air
wlioare dependent upon the firmer: I for their Toese: grasses and serials: are (!eiirnc; 'riiomp'Oii, Keiiltu'hj', hut d,ics dies: of horse: mule and ruts provcntier.Anti only a part of our resources in the way oflorage best in heavy loams, .or Ititrd.lp, u\'lIiIII.-'
\ liow to do this: \\e shall now attempt ; ; but we must reserve our renhtlk+ on at all times one i incliner! to be wet, for hero
to show. crab grass, crow-foot, and other Variable drainage must be resorted to. 1'rogrtss in
In the I first place\ the land intended fur a grasses, as well as hints oiienringfoddcramlhay tno de\elopmont of the plant fills been cutlet -
green forage; erop or IUIIIIlbt be IlIalc'l" v fur another Chll'tl'r-l' ,jm..U.I."UUI to a great extent in (lute jeats by :seln'tingseed t- ,
rite by the use of cither stable manure, guano Hum the best grown stalk: and has ---- '-- '
I :8. been till stalks have beui prodmuli.i ... .
superphosphate i or some of the l special repeated I \ -- ---
fertilisers for; grass or eereals. now the One of their iutalogues: published some size Irom one-half inch diameter to one
market. There is little danger of u.ing. too years:I ago:' by H. M. ferry ,t: Co., })d l'U.t, and\ une-hdf; fuel, all the Hewer sorts be.ng
inueli manure, as must III'oJr Florida soils: Mieli., lias: an excellent article on maaures, only 1111'r'IH'lIll'III'o.! Thesi'eof: ap.uagns' -
are thin and light, and all the grasses I and cl.isMiig everything uiivler that namo woich bed is of importance when the jiiaee
grufu-pltints lI.e'fIJr\ f ul(1cranti hay-arc being ml led 1 to toe soil l, directly 1 or i indirectly, will admit ..I'il. Any land not Wit wnldofor
very greedy and exhaus.infeeders'I ) \\'e promotis the( growth I of the plants. '1'Isty the plantation, as manure i is Ihl..I"I'l'II.I-
only say, therefore, use all the manure you directly assi: Vegetable growth, itlurbyinteiing elite I for development., Let the \plat bo It.'H.I. '
can allord: ; -only be Mire that it ii thur.iuglily: into the tompositmn of plants, b.alMoibuig .>' and if possible have an intimation t to" the 1F 1
i mi .tod and incorporated:: ( uitli the soil, ndtdr ; an.l, lYtaimng in, ,i.>tnro from the north. This im.lin.ition. will not pr.i,luoe it -I I-
ip.ie I en HI txe in the t."It.lll1ot'" the furrow atmo.spiicic or by aiisorhing: from it nutritive carlv\ but larger' and\ liner. If for early, the :
', as is to s often dine by thoughtlc.-s gases.: Manuics directly as,.i:-t the inclination should) be s-outlav.ud ; but let \Il ,
a 11 I inexeI.neci; cultivators.! : The best: s ill grosvtiiof plants' tithcr by destroying- the plat be nits strong soil as the \place will 4 ,
f sr the eitiliv.ition of forage plants-if ynt min or "l'llutJIH"'lb., by(1rtuuquustiugtither' atl'ord, and any good! ordin.uy land will 8 ,
li lye any l'Iwil'c-is a pond" struts: !sandy elements in the ,,"il. by prutcctiu,; pi.i.its mike the first .ve.ir's growth :siilJl.-ient as !
Itiain, with a clay subsoil ; but any land, extvpt from sudden changes of Uinpuuluic. or byimproing I manure does the future woik. The plow-
a blowing SIIII: I or a quagmire, Ilia"'. by the te.MUre of the soil I generally.The : will be, adapted for I the planting and hoe
proper} f. rdd/ang. draining, ('tt.., bo made. to manure from cows: and all anima.s: that and cultivator I for future tiiltivation, and '
pro Idled good and satisfactory,'''+. Tlu c.iew the cull, is cOllloi\l.n'lll'IIII: ai.d siiiltd not the old: exploded theory of :spade and r i I I'll'I6 b
mechanical condition of the land is. of line. With a large two-horse plow throw- O
to a light sod ; that of horses, ho, s and poultry j
c.otrselal' illlp ,ruIII: ; and to obtain tlu is hot out best t suited to coal heavy out four furrows' the length of the land reipiired. I
higustanI: 1 best results: your forage patch soil. All new and fiv-h manure engendois )Furrow' deep and! alter the large 01
H iinild' he repeatedly and deeply plowed and heat dining fermentation, aiivl, 11:1.1 tendemy plow take a one-hur;+u }plow to tloan tint, !'tWltl ,
eross-olowed.; harrowed! : f fine as possible lighten the soil, while I.hl; rotten then a suhsoiler to loosen up the h.tt..lII. ItisMipposed tI
an 1 I tuen laid oil'in rows .from l three to fourfoit manure 1 is thought to render it moiv comp.at a : now, that these fmtowsarc ab.iut
+ apart aceording) to, the crop you desire and linn. The manure of birds t-. richer eight to ton inn lies deep, and lldis 1 one I bed'
11 I Ir.c 'L. These rows should be perfectly than that of any oth<.r IIIl .lll.11. Time or line in whL-h: to set the runts Hetls should a I I i
fctr.iight, the earth Ihr"wlILJut each way, by or four hundred weight u( the maiiuro of be prepared this: way not less than six feet -
run .ling twice: with a light one-horse plow fits, turkeys, etc., is equal in value to frusta apart. I'Lulli51l-.1uy time in Apiil\ ) pro- (t l.
'flu manure may then be scattered libeially. foiiiteen to eighteen: load-t of tits tsiill: ma euro plants two or three 1 years: 01, Toese
in tie: furrow, and worked in by running a nure. I'tt.ino is a 1I1llIlIl'l'OC this ilavs It plants lusty l h,. carried to tlie) Held in a barrel -
narrow r... .ter or bull-tongue plow through i is well to apply\ about tau hundad weightper % with a basket: to plant from The pLn's'
it, up and down the drill from two to four acre, with one-half the usual: iiiant.tyof| are dropped' in the! newly-made tivmh
tinu's. This: preparation will answer for 1 other manure, (ttiii si.) il.l: I iu.v.in afresh eighteen to twenty itches! ap.ut' crowns up,
c r.i, millet, cow-peas, dotira sorgho, imphco state, come in contact with seeds or and "II\'l'rl'llIh'Hlf two inches deep with the t
+ } toosinte, oats, rye, barley, or any of the roots of plants, as it is sine to destroy boo pressing the plant 111'1111.wilh. both .
the smaller forage crops, but must be vaiioda their vitality. A tnick coat Ill':1': feet when covered. The planting i is now
little for guinea-grass, para-grass etc., as barnyard manure, 1 spread\ on a garden and complete, and will remain! so a few weeks! .
We shall show turned in every spring\ will enrich warm till weed- will begin to show. themselves.Cultivation. '
( Cotix: FuutGE.-il tVfug your ground prepared and! lighten the ground more and Ill'Itl'I'thall .-This i is done' with a gardenhore ==BOOK ANn==
) as above, (laid oil' in straight rows any application of other III.IIIUI'Thc eulticaturunll hue In a few weeks!
three feet apart) HOW good .sound yellow principal animal manures are those of the if the weather is vv.nm and lavorable: a few-
corn in the drills at the rate of about thirtyor horse, the hog the cow and the blll'l'ot'\ shoots or stalks will make their apptanim-e '
forty grains to the running foot cover: these, the horse manure is the most valuable tutu in hoeing care must bo t.iken: not tll'
about tin inch and the work of planting is in its: fresh state, but it a'.i-mld: bj e\- break them oil'. All plants tli.it I have not
done. \Vhen your corn is throe or I four : as: little as possible, as it begins to made si.,:.m of growing at the first hoeing, I
inches: high;: run through the rows with a jiosed and lose its nitrogen immediately the places where the plants silo missed must ,
cultivator or horseshoe, and continue this may perceived\ by the smell ; mix it \with be carefully hoed over and it is i best to putdown ;
clean culture regularly until the corn tas-!' other manures mill 'onr it with all+bents[ a stake to note the pl.ue! in cast it : ,
tll'(". It may then h,' cut and l fed I to all l vour as soon as p,iS'iible., That of the hog com:' 1'IIIul.1! f.lill., come, that thomt =spri51gtn- ,
w irk\ animal: *, sprinkling) over it a little next in value" while cow is at thebotiomof other plant may be set Hoe the full widthof JOB PRINTING HOUSE
enrsjult: ovisionally: ; and should you the Ii\'t. The richer th s food given to ani- the furrows and avoid |loathing on jnore ,
have mure than you IIt'CIIIIII green forage, it 111,18. the more i powe.f' is the manti.e. If I than two inches: of earth (till satisfied I that ,,
c! in bj eisily cured and used afterwards as animal manures are e ployed\ in a iVe.-h I all I plants have nude their growth keeping .
dry f "(1,Ier. The object of sowing thirty or state, till)' slioiild be l well mixeil: w.th; t'Il'," 'I\\'i ingstalks: al v.tyswe'llsits u'egruuniC ,
forty grains to the running t foot in the ,drill lIiI. and given to coarse feeling l't'I''', as too much duet onoung plants at first f
is to crowd the stalks so they will grows such as corn mid gullets peas. Hat sm' ,ithcrs: them and. !being a trench under
nail and, grass-like, and thus: he more readily neatly all \plants co: better if the nu- Ill'ilraill" may become water-soaked: ordrowned. i 1i
handled, and cured. (We will give: a nure is: composted), and !.illy ferine. : .\n"I'llll' me well up the' cut tb iI i
special chapter on curing coarse forage herea.ter. id before use. Hone dirst) mi.xe! I u.t.i m.iv gruduilly, pulled ti them at curls .. I,..
.) We d > not like to say how many U.hclilIr line coarcoal and, sown IJ.M.I.L-a-t w eking I throughout I the le s 151. In Novcmbe -
t "iis: of this green corn forage can be raised over the ground at the rate of throe huiiu: I ,- the trnthes'vial. : be 1I1I.elor iie.ulyso. Beech Street, Opposito Egmont Hotel, I I
Oil an al'n"f thoroughly prepared and matured per acre, i is very bencfuial and the m,itt when gooil .stable! tnaii'iic, old or new
land ; but we know that the amount v.duable for turnips, cabbages, etc., ami the should I ho hauled and 1 ,scattered broadtastthroughout ,
r ii aim ist incredible when the conditions' are q'l intity IIl'oll..llir an acie is so smal! that the furrows three t I four inchesdeep. I
oft'io' best, and! all operations: \properly con tiie expense is less than almo! any other up- Tie: dead) tops may. bo left on and l go .
ducted.iMuti.. {1'licatillll' Common salt, at the rate of s.ushelsperaere.snwi'diii .\ in with the manure. In the sec.md. year the t ', !
MII.LKT.-Oround prepared as for I the.spiing.4in (luiaU! b.'dswill: "..ll'\'dIIII,1 should have level cnltivati !
corn -row.* four feet III'.rt-s"l'\I.ltII\l'c.1.\ if distant !rusts the seashore, n.it only prom' ,':es m Ihr,iiighout: (the season with hoe and :
p !I-ihlt..lIhmt three or four inches apart. fertility, but is very useful in dc.-tr.iyin) ,; cultivator. In the spring;: of the second year \
C.iltivatio-.i: : : as fir drilled. corn-no grass or worms and h slugs. Marl where it can be obtained all missed: l /|>1.,ints can be n-si-t. In the fall of l lFEIINANIINA
weelst I t"IJJ allow..I. When three to four may bo npplied with advantage. especially the second:! 'ar-II" mt November: I- with FLORIDA.Having :
feet high commence cutting and feeding, o sandy Ii illl. S mt is excellent to ull'hurst: plow open) out furrow.* on cat'hsido .
11111 I cmtimie t > cut as: the fresh growthc drive oil' insects and v,'rlllill'l'I'" liltle of of plants, laving t part of tops to lie guided
nun on, during the whole season. O.icc this can be obtained but it should! be J c.nv- l by, and in these furrows spread{ manure
or twice, during thcMllIIlI1cr.l'\rillkle\ ,' ;inl.y preserved' and applied in small iju.uiti- as the' first year, only spreading moreover
loo' I J fertilizer between the rows, and wink ties'to cabbages, turnips, cucumbers, melons : the ground each 'l'ar until the foiiith tear
It in -iiiing, say 100 pounds to the acre. :'111I.1 IIl'S. and all plants: inlet U-d 'with; when the entire surface should, be "spread \
This will keep your; crop growing; oroll"- insects. Charcoal renders the s.illiht and with! inure. In the spring of the foiiith
)Iv, and supplv\ an abundance of excellent friable, and gives it a dark col >r and additional year the roots: \\'llIll1'lIr cutting. Huds maybe --- ..---.-.-..--
f'irage until the early frosts of f,II. We donut warmth for curly' crops. Whin un raised l for giving length to stalks I by;
consider the pearl millet especially val- posteIw.tlsuihtsoil 1 it becomesmud e t<; throwing furrows together: with a onehorseplow
uiblefir hay ; but, as a continuous; green and ioll second only to giunoa:* a lVni.i-.. throwing four or six together and
forage crop, it has: no equal, so" far as we Leavi-s, straw anil; rubbish! thrown together.and dressing down with harrow. and haikhiard.Avo.d !.
know. Hat the land upon which it grows moistened. with a mixture of Urn.- 1111,1salt. I ; when plowing.! Ihet ntlingnf crowns,
nuts! lie very rich, and in the best possible if kept data;> until docompo-ed forn.s:: The cutting nf stalks miy: lie done withcii
rutanureCit treesaud shrub : <.-ls or knives taking care not to cut
the )best known .
Htion.Cnv .
con! added M1U 'I'VltlAN)) MU; l'ltisSiS: : to office and
the stalks be hrokfii down our having
peas may LJ sown either in the drillor Swamp nr.uk mixed with ..llt.: lime, ur crowns, or m.iy
broadcast, on iiudorately rich land. At leached ashes, is of value! vvlu-re: it can benlitained at the sur'tccufler: they have grown severalinches.
least tw crops a year may 'h3 l easily grown l, but of still in nv valitis i the! leaf In tl.I.'a,' they, lire satire tender HKILLKD: WOItKMMN'win: know how to use the same we arc now
in Fl irida, an I II there. is no better or more mold. or black surface HuH o.: the w.i i.N. and highly; fl.ivorcd.: The ctittingot'.i plan-\
1I11ritl'Ji lay ma lo in the wjrld. The }pea For the \.l. l.ullc garden, it i i- best cube tats 1:1: will last for m UI.Ir.*, for line. prepared to do any ami every kind of printing.
is soni.-w.iat ilitliuult to cure properly as Ii.tvtI with fresh animal manure( but can large stalks: will -id wiys: produce well in II
hay hut it can bj time ; and we will doBer.lu "be applieil directly to lulus.-t plants III the 'Iu III tit)' but not in size.
: the iii'jJus: hereafter. 11\ w'r gi r len, many ofwlI':1.11! n it Houri -
1) sari or.i. Ii JrJhu, i III pa! ca. chicken ih unless this m itcrlal is I'I'l'Lulla: thostil.! nu; YLi.unvcv.i .II.Vt.J1U'OIl-
cir.i." Hungarian grass German: millet, etc., Tan-Virk decaye.! chips, saw-dust and XIA.San .
in ty all. bj uie.il* green forage. and the two kluvings, covered wit'i: :IItIJiI. tire of great advantage FraiicUco! has just received a consign-i
last cured and made. into excellent hay. to 'p ,t itoe Wo "I! asies.! leaclicdami : heat IIt'C.1litiJflIi'l'lIo gu.ivas, raided ul
Kiev. also" if sown thickly in the drill 1l.'II. m ly Ii'' used with: decidedliLnelit l the I.Idi.lelu settlement, his .\IIcll'It""UII-
and cut jut as the grain is: in the dough as a top-dreeing t.IU ,>t graving ty. It Ib.lievesltnh.- the! lir>t consignment.either .
sta.<--, JlU..-'1I a very valuable dry forage or vegetables; tsltedulhl'ouuttur and turnips. lau;",rtl'llIr (jjlifnsiJ grown which I
hiv.aol it is not ilitliciilt to cure and llrc8 I'lu-ter sown upon the growing:: crop is go id has appeared; in that! miiket.1'nc: fruit !U FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD,
:- it. for turnips! cabbages, beius! ciKMimbers1: very perishable aliI I will n ,t bear tranpor-"
PIilltC, a new forage plant, tried here forth SiuaslicmiIons:: and all bruad-leaf plants.MMle tition from the tropical dimes to. which it Isis
.irst time last year b.llr friend Dr. J'V"'I'. ligonous. Too: nIII1v'tiTicl, 1 is u very '
K"uo\"rtll, of this city. We hear marvel- d.'l.iato: fu uit, exceedingly: sensitive. frost II ,,
0 is uecoii.its: : of the won lerful growth and UKKfi I.V Nl.r)1u1&t.The '. i'-r w.iiih rea.so.i efforts t-, raise It III wnucof ,
ytvl I of this: plant' and, having pr>>cured fVdowin! ? re|ort of the remarkable' : th. W.1rlll'allcy.. of Sinoma and other I '.
1'.0 o I, we hole to test it fully the present seas swats:f of u 1'uluiacounty m in in tlu beehvlne'ss c MI.{trie* near the IJ.I>'. where: m.my semitropical :. : .
80 which we tied in Glcmiii'jt i i' tee ) fruit are grovt n, have not hell SIK.ee I
I.Oat<, rye and barley are all very valuable, i'ul. There U, h ivvevcr, u rl"ldlllh'Urle I
cl; icr;recii or dry. as t forage; or hay Thee t I draw the& attention of. mi : of our n ,rt.',- C_" callel 1 the strawlierry guava width III.. AH Neatly cud u* Cheap UN any Olllrc in ...or......
&gcaiiis, saoald: be oown in the fall in threeJ crn readers. t what can b. d,me here in that inu.-h hard.cr.; That h..* been ruicd l sues'ess-
,t drills, and may be cut and usinl or fed d.-iinhtful industry, : fully in 8>inoma \"allhdug hurdy lIluh
o.l' at any stage of their growth. As it is now U-IJt'r8. ])K.riaps! I had better t 1 withstand pretty sharp fn...U. .
G tines grass is perennial, and may be propagated hand in my re|.-irt, alt! ouh mv )bets -- --- --- -. ---
from see., or by ti division of the hive began to gather quite fat in th I li-l RE. LI) VGI'iG! r",",ts.: Tnis latter method I is the quickestand few days, and to-d.iy they urj fairly: boilingo : MONKY: when 'a gullets
last of' of hives.! S lien ell.I1.h dared lhi-r<'by a! !keepingMverty ;
surest, anl I should be done the o Ii me my goiaSpring ways ._ ,
.11rdlor early in April. If the land is very ; count. 14 ; increase<' | t > ,II by imtuial from your do-u Thoso who ulwavo .., ,F. < ',-'
ru-h ami well prepared. this gray will afford I'w..rmill';; an I dividing; when tlll'C take a.l 1 vantage of theo; ,.l chanees for making (. ': >l .
s.VerJleuttingsduring the season. It docs about to Mvvariu naturally ; comb fjxl9etraJtol used money that are altered generally becoiiu"wealthy ,
not nuke u iir"class hay but is u go' d.c ; I limn'. W" lbs ; pal! e ,1Jtalllt.i while those who do not improve '
lursv, green forage, of which horses and in H ,..t'sn$1.101er 1 g dlon ; )price o'j! .ailll..1 such chance remain ill I' ,v"rly"t' want -;' f'iil.- '
nmtei are m iJorately fond 1'lulIUh.... ri",U in other |"art4 IIf1 8 huet 8, 1J-. pTpmuil. many men, women boy and girU to work : : .. .';
i 11 nir feet drills, two feet ajurt) in the drill. !. The i>arties w 10 sold the li ney fir. u+ right in their ow.i: localities. The '-. .
Cut when t.vo t > four feet high.;: Manure as ...iliin their returns! : '' Your honey f is the finist bu.:ncM will juy m ire than ten time ordinary J Don'trendyouronIcrsir 1'HINTINO, JIINIHNU: and WILING to offices outside -
ihrec.elfor: I pearl. millet occasionally, during tiut! ever came to tills market fr >m the W"l"JI't: furnUh an expensive outfit .
t he growing i eason, to keep the plants ingj.Jllh&rt south. and the )price obtained It. n f' 50e ana all that you ntt-d,, free. 'u one who the State. Orders for cither will receive prompt attention from us. Address
and promote rapid uni strong (' its p -r gallon m Ire thin otht-r honey U engage; fail! to make tit''nt-y very rapidlv.
growth. netting here." 1 will al*. state that if I You c.111 devote your whole. time to the JO"LOIUn'A.
& Toe 1'aru. gras from Hr.uil I has! some excellent hlllet my bcs d as they wUhe.1 11 IIh'JlII! | wl'rk. or only your pare i"'JIIlt'II" For. .4 ? lUIUnOnt
: FloriiLi trait. It grow* well on m.iutor have had at least ::'.0 warms m ire, but as it i'lr.irination and nil that i i. IIl w..lllt"lIt| free.A .. ,
even wet land, and can be propagated took me lib months to :get a !bill of lumber i II)Tress. HNS*)* it C..., IWlUuJ. Mahiv. t octD FEH' AMPIMA, FLA.TIlE .



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.Femanclfna tO: JVietoojirf/fc Jlatlroad. Travel. Yacht to I.ca.,1,,1
: \ AEr The travel into Florida is still very considerable Steamship Western Texas Till IE: safe and commodious Yacht NICY.

The following Is the programme as fixed and trains and steamers arc well Bark Irno ene. 1 Captain O. O. ]Darling, can be chartered I t

f.OO : ft.00 FOR SIX iitO4VTIISLocnt by the committee for the opening celebration filled both ways. The hotels arc full everywhere Bark Mentor for pleasure parties at reasonable rates. Oyster
I of the Fcrnandina t Jacksonville Hail- and Schooner Alex. Harding. Bakes at King's Bay a specialty.For .
is the
i colonizing out order of the Schooner Etta: M. Barter particulars, apply; to Major Suhrer,
:, Iteflecttona road Wednesday next : day.. We are glad welcome all who come Schooner E.: F. Cabado. Mansion House or J. W. Thompson, Spencer :

i PROD ItA M M E: and we have no doubt that thousands are Yacht America. House, St. }CAr' or address :

; lion Bcnj. F. Butler, of Massachusetts' National fialulc-Qn arrival of first train thankful that they arc not exposed to the ____-_.. ____u ______ O. G. DAIILIM1.) :
arrived here in his fine yacht Tuesday even. from Jacksonville vicissitudes of this remarkable winter in New Advertisement<< 15.13t St. Mary's. Ga.
GRAND REGATTA. ---------
ing. .
Northern latitudes. Fcrnandina needs more
First-class Yachts-Prize, $100. Notice to 2'ax-l\iycrs. SAW MILL, LAND"tS
The assessor of State and county taxes is hotel accommodations and when there is a
Annie, of Brunswick..' T Jones I am now ready to receive tax returns for
now ready to receive assessments. Sec ad. Orilla, of St. Symons. '. E. Dart need there arc generally found means to sup the present year Blank returns will be fur- AND

vcrtisment. Louise Adele, of 1.'ernandinn..G.. Yulcc ply it. _. nfohcd at my office over O. Stark's store, cor- arORANGE GROVE FOR SALE.
-- -------- of Centre and .
Anna of St. Augustinc..W. S. M. Pinkham ner Second "treets.WM.
Very strong westerly winds have prevailed America, of 1.'ernan(1Ina..J.. Howell List of Letters II. OAKLAND.FERNAXDISA '
for several days much to the discomfort March 10 1881 tf
: Second Clats-Prise, $50. Remaining in the Post-Office at Fcrnandin- .
for sale the
---------- --- undersigned offer
I pedestrians Idlcwild, of St. Augustine............W. Foster na, Nassau county, Fla., March 31, 1881. T HE
I Ucv. Henry R. Raymond will conduct the Winona, of St. Augustine.II. Sharpless Persons calling for these letters must say advertised SEA-SI1)E HOUSE, Saw Mill tit Dalton, !

morning services in the Presbyterian church Wild Yankee, St. Augustine..Iicttard learn : High Point, Cumberland Island, Georgia.W. .

tomorrow, at 11 o'clock. Special Class-Prize, $20. Brown, Rev J. II.Hubbard Elmcndorf, John 11. HUSK r.gy, PROPiUKTon. Transit Railroad, near Fernandina, \ t.

Willie Wallace, of Jacksonville..Capt. Kemps Cezar, I/irkins, J., .
Land .
of Fertile ,
The // .7?. Plant was detained on Thurs. 320 Acro
Excelsior of Lewis II. I'.
Fernandina.Capt. Sharp McQueen, Corner,
day and Friday" on her trip from Brunswick Jenny Lind, of Fcrnandina.Capt. Ben I I"roUTS. McWattcrs, Jas., Murth, Andrew, Board per day, $$1.50; per week, $7.00. With an l

by delayed trains on the Macon & Brunswick Perry George, Reed, William If., This resort cannot be surpassed for sporting CJrove of 200 Trees."
<, road. Sack wheelbarrow. Raymcr, M.\ S., Sprague, Henry S., and surf-bathuing. Bear, deer, ( thick Orange ,
races, ,
races potato. Tarr, Leonard M. plover, and all kinds of fish in quantity.It .
any is in first-class order. A tram
matches The Mill
I lion. J. Proctor Knott, chairman of the picking, tug of:war,,donkey greased. races pole., threeleggedraces SAM IL. T. RIDDEI.L, I'. M. can be reached by steamer or sailboat road extends three miles into a fine tract of I

' judiciary committee of the House of Representative Grand military parade. At 8 o'clock p. m., timber. Dwelling House, !Store:! Blacksmith
t *, has been a ,guest of the Egmont, grand illumination of the harbor and )pyrotechnical I-nOCL..l..llITION. Shop, Stables, and quarters for employes, on I I

the past wcek.Sixtyfive display to conclude with a grand EXECUTIVE OFFICE, DESIRABLE HOUSE CONTAINING the )place. .

passengers, southbound, arrived ball at Lyceum hail.COUasEs ., TALLAHARSKK, Fn., March 30, 1881. }j A five rooms, with Closets, front Piazza, ;:':Trice Very Low for Cash. ,
ron THE YACHTS. WHEREAS!, In accordance with the laws of large Yard Orange, Lemon and Banana B. C. DURYEE j
W. ,
on Wednesday. per steamers H. B.1ant From starting point to and around the Florida, chapter 3310. entitled "An act to re- Trec. Centrally located. Good title, etc. FR17DV: HOYT. \ '
and City of Bridgcton and one hundred southern stake boat, leaving !said! boat on the peal and dissolve municipal corporations For further particulars, inquire at this 15-4t Fcrnandina.IMPORTANT I
' passengers left Sunday north-bound. starboard hand ; thence to and around Tiger under certain circumstances, and to provide office. J-tf 1 j
buoy, leaving the buoy on the port hand ; the manner in which said cities may become \
t The new steamboat built by the Santa Fe thence to starting point. Repeat the above reincorporated," approved, February 21,1881, i :
Canal Company made an experimental trip course, and finish between the dock mid the charters of all cities and I towns incorpo: : NOTICE = \

Into Santa Fe Lake, and worked satisfacto- committee.St. rated, or that shall hereafter be incorporated _
Augustine Yacht Club sailing regula- under any of the laws of this State
rily. The whole enterprise is regarded as a tions to govern the races.: Time allowance, which. have a bonded indebtedness!' !such'

nuccess. one minute to the foot. bonds being past due and unpaid and for
which fund for their has J. & T. KYDD
a payment not
Mr. II. It. Johnston of
Indianapolis, arrived ami
been provided, shall be, the same arc
t In this city Thursday on a visit to his The City Government Disbanded.
hereby declared ,to be repealed and dissolved,
Arc immense additions to their already large stock
relatives. Johnston has been connected We learn, as we arc going to press, that such dissolution to take effect on the proclamation receiving :!

with the P. C. & St. Alban II. R. for the pastS the corporation of Fcrnandina having, in of the governor.
five accordance with the act to dissolve municipal And whereat. In accordance with said law, SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
years.Right the Hon. James M. Baker, judge of the ,
Rev. II. B. Whipple, Bishop of corporations, etc., been dissolved' and fourth judicial circuit, in which the city of
\ the fact having been certified to the gov- Fernandina is situated, has made a certificate Men's and Youth's Clothing'
Minnesota with his wife and vis >
daughter, ,
that said of Fernandina is
ernor, he has in accordance with the pro city prima
ited our city on Wednesday. The BishopS bonded such
facie and bonds are past due
visions of the law issued his proclamation FROM LOW-PRICED TO FINE GOODS: :
S visited Florida for many years, and is and unpaid, and for which a fund for their
declaring the corporation of Fernandina dis- payment has not been provided, and. has
: the owner of Lake Mail-
,, an orange grove at solved, and has appointed a mayor and five (caused\ the application{ proof certificates DRESS: <;OOI>S-A full and complete stock, counting! of SUMMER SILKS,
land, where he proposes to build a memorial to he filed and recorded in the olllce of the LAWNS BAREGLS:; and GRENADINES
aldermen to' administer the affairs of the ALL-WOOL LACE: BUNTINGS, LAWNS, LINEN: : ; -
church. He is always a welcome vis- clerk of the circuit court of Nassau
county ; and PERSIAN LAWNS at low
city. This action of the courts and the ex- : : ,
itor, and we regret that he was unable to And whereas, A certified copy of such certificate '
ecutive of election IlargaiiiN in Summer Silks, -from Fifty Cents upwards.Gents' ( .
course, prevents any legal has been presented to the Governor
III make a longer sojourn. being held under the auspices of the of the State, in accordance with the law,
1 which renders it his duty to declare and Fine Furnishing Goods a Specialty.Our .
The Regatta. city government, they being now fiwctusofficio. make proclamation that the charter of such( ,"

,, Three handsome yachts from St. Augustine city or town is repealed and dissolved on the Improved Dollar Shirt is the best, unsurpassed! in lit and quality.

\ arc in our harbor, awaiting the regatta The governor, we learn, has made the following presentation of such certificate; Itlem-hed ami ISrowii Cottons Wholesale Prices. Fruit of Loom at
Aew, therefore, IV.. I). BLOXHAM, Governor -
take next appointments : 10 cents 10.1 Sheetings, tJ5 cents.A .
.jIt to place on Wednesday.Asparagus. of the !State of Florida do hereby i issue ;
--- ------ Mayor-Gustav Stark. of Standard Prints at (I cents .
this Proclamation, and I declare and proclaim came splendid per yard.j
Aldermen- Samuel A. Swann, W. B. C. that the charter of the City of Fernan j:.j,- \ are Agents for DKVMX A CO.: leading (Clothiers New York City.

We print this week a valuable article on Duryec, James McGiflln< Theodosius Acosta, diva is 1''I'I'l\lelll\llll dissolved.In Spring Samples:: now ready; :200 styles-sixty:! of them from SIS to $25 per suit. "!
the cultivation of asparagus.0 believe I testimony whereof. I do hereunto set
t Daniel 11. Baxter. Fit guaranteed.t i iJJ
I my hand, and cause to be affixed the great
I there is no vegetable more certain, more I We are sure that our citizens will be gratified Kcal; of the State, at Tulluha-iscc, thl'I'ul'ital. :'tt* \ "visit to our establishment: will convince you that, while we do not sell

i I +i I profitable, or better suited to Florida, than at the Selection 111111hy the governor this 30th day of March, A, D. 1881, and of inferior Goods, we are the Cheapest Dry (joods House from Elaine to I

i j this universal and favorite esculent. With from among our best citizens ,without reference the independence (It' the United States: the Florida.

an inconsiderable expenditure the salt! to polities or race. The gentlemen 105th.....year...... W.; D. BLOXHAM.Governor a-. a 'C I. I.-Y"DD ,

I.It: t : marshes in the neighborhood of Fcrnandina named by the governor arc well qualified to I { L. s. } ; of Florida.) New York Office ) N.1:. Cor. Centre and Third Sts., r
,i i... could be reclaimed and made to yield an take charge of our municipal government, cOovertor-Attest 83: Walker Street }j 17"tf |{ Fcrnandina, Fla.

M immense return, if devoted to the cultivation and the announcement of their names is a By :
/ t, t' of this vegetable.A guaranty of a faithful, wise economical Secretary of State.
''f administration, and accords( l with the views SANBORN & HOYTo

Famous litchi expressed by us in another column, written The United States Senate is engaged in ._ .
-- -- ----------------- ---- ------ ---------
< [ The yacht America, famous for its successful before we had any knowledge of the governor's a general ventilation its own record. "
J;k contest and victory n few years since Mahono is a conspicuous' figure and (has :
>I into appointments. made speech to indicate}hi'4l'41sitiolwhich '
the best yachts of England: came ;
!:: over has been replied to by Senators Hill, Brown, I' I
j our harbor on Tuesday evening, having onboard Fort Clinch. et al. \ CJ) t

j 3 i lion Bcnj.F. Butler,Massachusetts, The United States Juvernment'ommencetl ,
The Weather,
the owner, who has been on a cruise among the construction of this fortification about I
\\. the West India Islands. The graceful lines the year 1st!). Placed at the extreme north ,
FERJHNDINI., FLA., .April, 18S1. !
and beautiful model of this famous yacht end of Amelia island, it commands the en-

\ Jfl ; have aty-actcd\ much attention, as she lies in trance to Cumberland Sound, and, with the 1880._I- 1881. ____ !

I the harbor at the.foot of Centre !street.! Mr. proper armament, would afford cfleftuul re- !

: 1' Butler has gone on to Jacksonville. sistance the passage over the bar.of any Day. I ,E, I I < I-I I I By Rail, Steamer, and Sail, i i

"h, hostile fleet. The of the fort is Q""C:: il
plan u pentagon -' -- '-
1 The Vegetable Crop. Saturday ::i-G2 72: ()( (;--I''Ulr, l I'i
'JI'1 and is intended to mount fifty heavy
1 1A
Hl1IlIlJ\; 27 02 W 4H( 02 Clear. i ,
\ ;; guns and u number of Parrot and other Monday 2S 62 72It (itj Fair, O

.: j smaller guns. At present there are four Tuesday 29!) 52 fiH 52 ,f Fllir. LARGE STOCK OF

: 1 more tender vegetables have injured by heavy fifteen-inch Columbia, mountedon Wednesday 3() 52 OH 58 Clear. I
: i 'I' 4 frost, and a very severe hail storm followed the ramparts.The Thursday 31 54 ((44 CA Clear. f-rl

I r i by strong -winds. It is probable that the finished at the break- rV
fort was nearly
will be delayed to a later 1 1 1 1 1 g 1 j jZ
l ,. shipping season ing out of the war, but no work has been : Q oO! .... c:<: -. .

jJ. 1 period than previous years, but inasmuch as done on it since, and in consequence, it has Friday J | 50JJTOJ 44 JJH [.Fair. ___ I Z
and -f--l!
the season is bo much later everywhere, : _
more the appearance of n ruin than of a ] F1JBNIT1JBE I
I gardening has been put back further North, fortification. Several 1
comparatively new .
I MAlllSE.rort'of I :1
will furnish
: we may btill anticipate that Florida fine buildings, intended fur barracks and -

r. the earliest vegetables sent to market. officers' quarters, were built within the fort, Fernandina. :

The-Road Complete. but are now approaching a ruinous condition HIGH WATER. ; -ANDO '

".c are glad to learn that the Fcrnandina from long decay ; grass and nettles have Saturday, April" 2 3..11:0:1".10.20: ; .,.u" 10:44 11::''9.r.'at. ITt I I !
nook and i
taken possession of every corner, '
Railroad is virtually .
k, & Jacksonville : Monday, 4.11:48:
} completed, and the annoying delays and rubbish is lying around in heap.-,and everything Tuesday, 5...... 0.10: 0.37Wednesday : 54 i GENERAL MERCHANDISE. : J
't at end. The fact is: in the disorder in which it was left 0. 1'07": 1:32: 44 j
disappointments are an 0
when the work ceased in 18(50.\ The garrison Thursday, 7. 2:02": 2.25: :'
t } that so much of the road was required to be Friday, 8...... 2.M: 3.22 II P4 i I : .
and fort ,
t securely built in marshy and soft ground, consists of one sergeant tt keeper .
I _
rendered great care necessary in providing who manage to keep the guns and ammuni- ENTERED. I 'J

i for its security and thorough safety. The tion in order, but of course can do little March 27-S.I'. St. Johns, Vogel, Charleston. Z;; ; I. O ,.'
of interest to .
like all else' The fort is an object
well done
has been ,
work we iJ
who March 28-Sch. Alex. Harding, Simpson: ,
Is visited are
and by
; 1" work of construction that has ever been strangers, many Charleston. I CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. !
done in connection with the Transit road, permitted to enter its portals by the kindness March 2!>-Sch. Etta: M. Barter, Barter,
of the worthy sergeant in charge and New York. 1
of Mr. Koer-
and under the superintendence E. F. Cabado, Shaw, /)1 I
few the MarchSeh.
i ner, its careful and skilful] engineer. his family. Within the past years Charleston. ( I r-3]
Sound have been encroachingupon
waters of the March 31-8. S. Western Texas limes
I The Weather. the fort, and have occasioned some in- ]New York. ".. II

1 There seems to have been a general mis- jury. Jettlea for the protection of the walls March 27-8. S. City'ottAustin" Stevens I_ -

take the almanac makers this year, arc now being constructed, with the view of Na.43I\"
among March -S. S. Carondelct 1 Beck, New
end according to all signs and appearances preventing further inroads. Fort Clinch is York SANBORN & HOYT

r instead of yesterday being the first day of the only fortification south of Savannah on March :0-Sch. Y. America, J as. II. Reid,

4 April it must really have been the first day the Atlantic coast, with the exception of old Havana.- CLEARED.March l

1f s of March, and we are all a month too fast Fort Marion, at :St. Augustine.The 27-S. S. City of Austin, Stevens, ARLINGTON NURSERIES.
T in counting time. The weather, the vegetable improvement of the entrance to Cumberland New York

i ,r crop, the blizzards the railroad gala day, Pound will give additional import March 2U-';dl. \\'11n.. Jones, Faullen.berg .

} and things in general, would seem more ance to Fort Clinch and we trust works the and necessary March. New 2!)York.-{;. P. St. Johns: Vogel,Charles- TROPICAL SEMI-TROPICAL FRUIT TREES, ROSES, DEC'ID- !
If we dropped back a month in our amount to complete pro
} natural
calculations. We have been complainingfora vide the armament, will bo appropriated at ton.March 21)-".h. ",IU. Wilcr, Vanrant, uovs and IVIIUKIISHRUBS and FLOWERIM: PL.\NTS.

few days of the strong winds here on the next session of Congress. Philadelphia.
Beck. Nassau
March 29-4M5, Caroiulelet. \
City, but we learn that the winds tJotlredo Itl.), .\mbrosano. -
Island (
at llargaln. tlsrch:9--Brig
our the Orange a NEW AND VARIETIES Budded Orange; Trees
uncomfortable on A
much more
have been of 310 acres of hammock
; valuable tract
in, the l interior and so we are A on Orange March 31-S. S. Western Texas, ,limes, --
fit Johns and land, with wild orange grove '
l rather Pleased that we have had less cause to Lake for sale at a bargain. For particular New April York.1s. P. St.:: John, Vogel, Charleston. 1 /i-if Send for Descriptive Catalogue .
The tides were re address 0. U. 4JRB" llIt ALBERT
others. I.
than nID"'EI.14.
11 complain rnarkably low Wednesday evening. April 2. 18.'il-tt Fernandina. .

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