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 9, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. III. FEHNANDINA, FLA. SATURDAY, APRIL !1))J. 1881. NO. :20.() ::1

STr1aTU11'S. shaking part) are placed: \ along/ side of each cial) than otherwise ; and coining, nllt docs are rapidly\ encroaching upon the !stock'! the present survey goes through)( a section of f

other with an attendant at cadi, the cotton when it occurs at all, towards the end, of the range, and the territory so inuig'ircn11ied) !, by the (" 1llIhfur. tW'I1IInilt'I. : where there' 'I is I ',.
F Col u m b?(i.Evidently is carefully spread. over the frame work, season, when other crops arc gathered, tine tine stock men arc rapidly diminishing in very little 1 of anything produced. After ; ;

many engaged: in producingfltfgc which moves\ slowly along taking the cotton farmers are disposed. to bo. little concerned\ extent IImlll''III'II''Il'Illl'rO!' '\ will go ahead/ I of leaving what i is known as the :slipper!, Island: I'

crops of cotton shipment believes to a fall, this trust or fall leads to the attachment about it. Of course it proves' detrimental the railroads, and capital\ with its power for and :S vi't't1'nter neighborhood. there i is !

I that in its production they make the best which is down stairs, that gins and and generally destructive to orange and other Improving/ and developing, will keep abreast scarcely a load: I for a four mule team of anything ,

-application of their labor and means! to set cards thc.eotton it is then carried tonnother fruit trees, and\ quite! n number of young of tho IOI'IIH.1tin''ollth: I'ioridaIsJu4hip.i made;' for market, until you roach MrsMcNuhX I j

t smaller machine which makes it intnrnlls, groves, well advanced, have )been completely ginning to attract the nll'l1liol1l1l'slIInll! cap\ or Dr. I'. M. II' ll''kin'1 neighborhood !
Yurc them The cotton is
[ a profit crop
f.1 r'V source! of profit upon and wealth, we admit, but tho same as thosecarded by hand in the I lest troyed l l by it. However 1 it I is confidently itllj) I.. It has never received the benefitsof and l that brings!: you within three :

to devote to it all the available capital andlabor olden l day by our grandmothers I I the rolls, peeled that should the projcit of dnuning. the operations of t line henry railroad l cor or four miles of Hawthorne where they

of the State is to bring about the very arougooddo.il. ,\ longer than: those carded by lake Okechobee prove successful, there will I'orntiollthnt' : have accomplished\ l !su much have railroad: already ; after leaving\ a few

\ condition of things most to be regretted Let hand endless! you may: say, and from this bo no recurrence of these overflows!, and in for the Jreat W.t.11111. one-halfthctvork miles, the greater' \part of the country 1 isn't !

'.the farmers devote a tittle.time to poultry machine it i i" carried to the- regular; pinning I that opinion wo\ fully (' II'lIf. Tho climate in railroad b11ildiugbeemi done in this State fit /for anything. Well) it may: bo said that :

mai bine used in factories : the thread, afterit is equitable and pleasant, with -x moan: ternporaturoof during the past! ten year that has \been tjonoin t the timber I is nil object, now it has 'been ,:
and in
and stock raising, planting variety '
: is, wound around a cylinder, i is taken on" 8J:!Ol I'; for summer and\ 7.;;>F. for either Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, or Texas, shown 111:111111' \present route runs from sip| ;
: of small which can be consumed! or
: crops and Ranked, and I is taken by an operative winh'rllIrl; I lying, as! it does, between the South 10'101'111wOlllt today have as dense to eight miles! parallel; ) with the (Ocklawaha
sold l ht home, and at once prosperity! will be
weighed; packed: and labeled, and is readyfor huh and that inland sea, lake Okechobee' population as any of the most thickly portions river and tine greater portion of the timber) .
: ; seen. If a farmer sells ten bales of sea island
tilt' ': shipment ; there are about ten or lift ecu the initerveaingcountry' is constantly fanned I II of New England The ('OIl1liti'wllu'rl'url' has gone north long ago. It i is with ,dilll
;i>rs&ir cotton next fall it will scarcely bring him
operatives employed in t the mill, mostly I by, cool and invigorating breezes The wintor I all favorable to tho maintenance of a sully that a marketable log ('I1I1I! found),
:-Y{ :, one thousand! dollars in cash, from which Jo
"., : the women, and some. as pretty as a picture ; everything :season i is peculiarly pleasant' 1U1I11I ft'l'a-1 dense! \population.\ TIll soil is easily worked ildnutnut'amity/ / Journal.THI / .
; amount he will have to deduct, at least, '
t'" looked. neat and tidy, especially tile, and the time is not remote when invalids and with proper cultivation can bo made
time and labor of two hands, two horses, ,
where the women were at work. 1 I'a" informed \ and tourists who 1"01110 Florida for very productive The necessities of tho people : ii.u.i.v jtor.i/ MAJUILHU;
and land rent for the leaving a very
small margin for profit year While is time to that this mill had made several' shipments climatic advantages: will\ go to the Culoosu-! in this mild climate are few and easily To thf Kuhn iiftlif Mirror :

. plant, people should consider the matter, of thread to the J J-;:. it 1'. Manufacturing hatchio, where they will find what they supplied. Such productions of the soil as HKIU.IN, March, 1 II 1 Is.si.
R (Company, Columbus.<(< In addition to want. Contrary to gencrd: belief' the annual are needed 1 for family consumption can be' Pompous decorations brilliant show
e and before the season i is! too far advanced
the Clement' attachment there i is grist mill rainfall diminishes as we go farther rl\\'lIuwl' harvested throughout the entire were to r'wal..tllll'l visitors'
put in variety of which so august IIII1Il'lItri.
?p readily and are so profitable crops and which grow can and, if I owned the lay out, although I don't south down the peninsula ami l this i is especially year. Fuel is scarcely needed save for cooking olio citizens /fur Hocking to tho wedding of

?,e 'll be at small for labor or know much about these things, I would n marked\ during tho inter und spring. and 1 can bo had anywhere for the simple tile \Heir Presumptive. I saw- the Duke ofKdinburgh

! oeed.grown Until very Florida expense farmers can raise have a cotton seed. oil mill-there is ample' For till years lS72-' ;::! '';'3 the annual rainfall tit cutting. There are no long, cold winters to : the Crown-Prince of :Sweden ,

enough poultry supply the home demand water power and it would need but little the Puntu Uass.i! signal station at tame moutl provide for, and the heavy expense required Piinco Ainadco, Duke of Aostu, formerly

S? mere capital to effect such an arrangement.Most of the Caloosahatchie, was lil I until :,1.1: inchesfor in the North to secure simply physical' comfort King of:Spain; the of whoso
(hey should be encouraged to raise it.- \ ; Queen Saxony,
'Y' Deputy United States Marshal. J. Tucker of the employes of this mill are from the two respective years ; and for the last is entirely avoided here. Tho agriculturist diamonds) \vt'reunity uulshuuebythoseofthe t

;t recently visited Madison county to serve a Columbus, Ga., and are well calculated to year it was :,7. inches, as wo Icarnc'l l from Mr.Kvans can secure a larger annual income Impress: herself; I'rinremud Princess Christian .

:- number of warrants citizens! of that ensure success llo the new enterprise, as theyare : the present signal officer at that station. from ton acres of our poor Florida pino land I Archduke Louis, of Austria, (l rand
; upon well acquainted with the working of it. The same gentleman courteously I furnished than ho can from farm of one hllll.lre.llUuI
county, and on his return to Jacksonville Duko Alexis of Uussia, the (I rill 11\ Duke and
The carding part of the attachment reminds us with the. amount of rainfall sixty acres of tine richest prairie lands in
published card on the :30th ult., in the (lral\ll! Duchess of lIallf'lI-n lino euuplemini -
4' me of what I heard a negro say when he for each month since! last October Iowa or Kansas! while his necessary ex
"j several '!l'l'dllll'II\'II'S of
Union, testifying to the peace-loving, law- foreign courts
S :abiding spirit' of the citizens, and their cour first saw the electric light ; you mu"t Know t?-wit : November, 1.SI inches ; Decomber pt'nsesare far loss. It is true, he must adopt, I Tho bride's) white s-atin robe, rn tnMif.

', t'OUSBIHl hospitable bearing towards: him hero( i is a conlb-hnrell Piece of steel that i is 1 1.US inches ;, January, 1.02: inches ; dilU-rent methods of tillage hero. He mart tiimmmed with :silver and honilon lace.
';Y' while performing the. disagreeable duty of made torovolvo 1 by a pulley :and .belt which February, .r,:! inches ; total ; S.t f; inches from learn new methods to a great extent, and with bunches myrtle and orange fastened\

apparently combs) the lightning out ul'to last of O( tolier to :'Oth ult. AIM! yet no one unlearn many of the old ones:\ which ho has
is present from also
arresting men for alleged political offences! on \ Clllel'lI'idlrla, as
large cylinder, the negro stood:. by for sometime will deny that for the inert bern part of the followed in tho North. This done, his success -
in the face of their known integrity, men the train of!silver brocade) whith11:\ borne
whose whole lives! 'heretofore ithe lie to and then reruarkedVell, I doclar it i State the present: has been an extremely is assured. The bulk of tho lands in along by the Countess' : Victoria Ileinstorir

looks Mat I fire never u is g' vine ter !stop coin- I rainy winter. Such is the climate of the region the southern limit of fine Mate are still open Ihreeothoroountosses.
r the accusations, and who possess:'! the entire : : 'l'renrruryolllrluhtyitli
;, confidence their neighbors, the most rei1peeted in" out Mat holol" So it i'l. with that portion lying between tilt! :Math und, i7th! )parallels to homestead entry, or can bo bought of the a military escort arrived quarter' to

of the attachment ; it is an mdlcss\ of north latitude, iu the northern part of government or tho I'Hall'IIt a dollar and a utvhichtutu Km ,
of the cotnmunit '.-Luke City lieJhivul. sevenhenringthcrruw press
string of cotton Monroo county, the most smi11lherinemiumty quarter per mere The aino grado of landsin
+ l'IIrtrr. herself. ; assisli-d by (Countess' : Perponscherfastened ,
55 S in the :Stale. On account of tho remarkably the older countries! where railroads: are
the brides
n : upon head.1 \Hereupon\
lllUsborouuh. level haractcr of tine country not affording\ nth'eady built aro selling today at from live :
The municipal election held in the city on the ]bridal) proccsssion was marshalled into
kt Monday was! a remarkably orderly! : and quietone Wo l had occasion t to vNit Fojt t Myers lat drainage: (inn the almost daily rainfall of I the to fifty dollars per aero. Speculators will tho chapel, tho Fmpcror leading. in line
i about that sunu11crscusnnthereat! during that season soon enter tlio choicest 1 (If those now vacant
prob.iby more so than of previous month and spent ton days at Queen of Saxony and. the biido's. ) : mother,
any I and during uvnihrrlourselvrrof : an accumulation of mul'ace: water which, hands: and l bo who routes later must either ,
place: ourstay while the 1 the
S' .' year. Not, u very heavy vote, however, was! Mmprcss war supported I by }
information rapidly disappear' : *. hovpvi, on too cessation take poorer, grade or tiny'lIt an 1II'ull11pri'I'
pull('11. With thrco exceptions the entire every opportunity to gather King of Suvony and the Prince: of1'nlcs., ,
1'l'ople'ltickl'l was elected.\ Ihjs; gives them about that truly( I t tropical portion of I'lurida.The I of the rains. Tholiealthfiilness of th(' II. is not expecting, ton much to look At tin entrance toll'dwl'l'! tho couple were
: Caloosahatchio region i is nnsnrpas.scd\ ; and for the' taking up of all the choice lands of
the mayor, clerk, al..t'-.!lor, treasurer and I Caloosahatchie river has its origin in received) by the Pastor Koeglo' ami a salute
lakes the interior lake t Okoechobee ) w e venture to assertlb.it nowhere in the South Florida Vfithin Iho next two years.Possilily .
fight councilmeii. Moody (Itep.) has been :, some near great of thiily-s\! | guns: is at, this moment tin
and in tillle of high water this lat :State con bo found; \ people\ of all ages whoso one year inaysvclliisaccoinplishod. .
elected. collector by majority of eight votes ; a : inuuncingflint/ rings have been exchanged!: .
marshal ter lake (finds unolllll.t for its waters in the appearance\ : speaks: better, for tine J1'III'ralIIl'ulthfllllll It will I be necessary for those who seek After t the ceremony, the bridal couple first
Oeo. II. Mays (Rep.) reelected majority -
stream.. Tho of the riveris "'4 of the sent lion. In this we homestead, to make their selections( early.
eleven, and J. A. luau for alderman, same general course: \prooodo! loa hall, where they receive the congratulations '
elected over Titos.! Lancaster! by a majority of west-southwest t, and empties into theIU'l'r must confess that it was not according\ lollteImpr's..ioll Tlieio. arc thousands: of people' all through of their family, and then they
end of Charlotte Harbor. For previously made somehow on the Noith whowoiild shut for Florida at
some take (their'ttunil In WeissoSaal, while
l ; $ix votes. While it is a great pity that the up\
miles from mouth! it bears rather our mind. On inquiry we found that there onco if t they could dispose\ property there..
lies them
; entire ticket could not have been elected, twenty the\ rest i/f/ thocoinpany' inuri past
be much the character of an estuary than a river, being was! almost u total exemption, from malarial Hut with sonny from ono to four feet deep, in Indian liletihit'randgenikuncucunMesy
we have reason to gratifiedat :
every diKO.isci' oven along the banks: of the Caloo-' buyers urn not biting sharp, and trans-
in width.
the result. The gentlemen who will compose from one to two miles At this very i big and bowing thren times: us they pass h>'

: the new council are all substantial and distance. from the Jiilf it is dotted with m numerous sahatchic, and. wo were further assured on unions in teal estate in that region must the Kinpcror.: the Hmpress: \ and.. the newly
islands for some three miles farther this point by Dr. James Kellum, an accomplished necessarily be deferred until tho snow is man led! pair. Itiuucrfullutvsutlhti! t bigin'
correct business ,
men, propertyin
into channel and experienced physician! living guns'VitIn tho opening of spring in the (
and then contracts
in and in the men deep narrow hung of which the lords in wailing have lux: '
our city, arc, sense,
tll(' river and in the rich IUIIIIalo\'I'ort North it is fnirto look for unusual
of from;) to KM width between
to back the chief executive in measures yards ilivrl.\' to wait upon royalty, till, she voii|>
looking up toward reform in the general deportment bluff levee banks from I to 10<> feet above Myers. Tho tropical\ } pioduotiotm'' of this part in real estate, and /then Florida may reasonably being taken away, and tine health of tine t

of I the city government : For Mayor the stream. The levee is from 1 to 3 feet of Florida will comprise all that are raised look for hursharc, of I hose who arc fortunate couple having born brought out 'by tho Km:
above the on the island of Cuba. At Fort Myers Major enough to realize on their
M. A. Dzialynski ; for marshal, Ceo. II. adjacent landsbordcringthoriver.Quite possessions pcrur, the lords )it-Id their places: to Hun )
number of small .streams both James l Kvans; has! half dozen bearing r"neo- there -S'w/A. i'Y?rids Joitrnnl. '
a on keys 1'111''Iaull' court escort (ho cotiplo: \ I to
Mays ; for clerk. J, J, Holland: ; for assessor! ,
t r -Richmond Kinloch ; for collector, I toy P. sides! of tho river empty into it, thus affording )- aunt trees, which! planted HOIIIU twenty I'u true rut. the
Moody ; for treasurer, J. Huff; for aldermen drainage for a largo scope of country. years ago./ These trees are about thirty feet Among Hie freight brought down ,by the over to twelve pages: who conduct tine couniL'

? Chas. Itenediot.T, II. Livingston, J. J:. The lands along the broad portion of the high, and bear a strong resemblance: to tho steamer l'fmt from Crescent City, last week to their ru nnnr, Hero the crown is trnfily returned

Hart, P. 1' Crolly, 1'. 0 I, Tibbitts, J. I). Wit- Caloosahatchie' are mostly pine on both sides, cabbage palmetto. In the event that the was a quantity of palmetto leaves, consigned 1 fo the lc: ) Treasury, while thoMistrc

fr lichen, \\', Hurter111, M. Davidson, J. A.Huau. and possess no very great natural fertility ; draining of lake) Okeci hobeois j accomplished to a firm in St. Louis, to bo manufactured s of tilt Robes dcvidcs the Princess! gar: ,

,-Union. but along!, the stream higher up, where it becomes and future overflows of the Caloimahatchio Into bats and fancy work. Tho palmetto is tellor" ribbons supposed\ to represent them

.r There are now live vessels loaded 1 with compressed 1 into narrow limits, it is: are prevented, in the rich soil along this destined, tit become an article of considerable.oxjxirt Lo the ladies\ present.
bordered with abundance of rich ham btrcarn will doubtless bo found all that is! requisite
an in tine future thus
rork on their-way from New York to May { near adding another Two wedding guests! of an uncommon\

port. The rock is! to be used in sinking the mock lands, whose growth is principally to render till growth and cultivation to tho products of the :Stute, which, Und still require ntenlimin--tiri't( the clerk of

mattresses for the jetties at the bar.-The cabbage palmetto, oaks and hickory. These of co Hew in Florida a "SIIOCOSH. For early while it costs nothing to grow, will add to the village cluirih at )iVolgigwho was present

pilots stale that the river MayjMirt and lands are extremely fertile, possessing an inexhaustible vegetables, on the Cnloosahatchic is tho the revenue of its! clllcns.To give HOIIIO ( it the bride's christening, and I now eighty.

Pilot Town was two feet lower yesterday soil of several feet in depth on a place ]sir excel hence. While I hero I last month t idea of the increase of the real estate business seven years! of ago, was honored with an invitutlon

than it has been since 117. The fall is attributed hard pan: of clay marl. The same characterof rOI"Itillt'liniof/ corn were to bo had and : in this county wo mention (flat from ; and further, the brides wetnurseAccording .

55 to tho recent heavy westerly winds., land is also found on some of the smaller vegetables were plentiful for those who had Christmas: to the! first of March, over I I-*" ton i'II'lmu of great antiquity

-The United States: court was opened at ittreamsemptying. into the Caloosnhatchio, tried 1 to ruKo them. Hup( ]>ciiiiix in a store KigcH[ of record book have been filled 1, and nurses keep the first pair of "shoos, worn bylicir
10 o'clock yesterday morning, but immediately notably Twelve-mile creek, 111 miles above in Fort Myers one day we noticed some two there are still u few yet unrecorded 1 fur aunt nurselings, and bund them over to thw

udjoncncd until 10 o'clock this morn Fort Myers. These hammock lands along bushels of tomatoes in a .shallow broad (MIX of books. This indicates an activity greaterby bride at her wedding. When this presentti

ing, on account of the absence of Judge Fet- the river and Twelve-mile creek arc unquestionably and oh'rvl'clllaat they appeared\ to be of ex- fifty JKT cent than hit year for the name ion: of 11110('" is to take place Is not slated in

::4 tle, who will arrive on this morning's train. the finest sugar lands in the (State, tra size. Picking up one we had it weighed, period. AH there are aisutMM! ) words! more the programme ; but it is pleasing to lieu that

55 5 I'niun. as has been abundantly demonstrated within and found it to weigh three-sluarterr of a or !less!! to it page, one can get an idea of how I'rihccssVihliaut In her present grandeur U

Gadnden. the lost few years by actual experiment pound, another weighed half a pound. much work these 1 1'JOO" pages I'litall.-- but oblivious of the friends! of her youth.

on a considerable: scale. In that region the, ('vrre,i,? ( .'nee Smdnwl 7'i uue.lrnnpe Two more locomotives have been purchased

The elements engaged in some heavy cane appears to be really {perennial ; and we fur the Florida Southern! Railway, 1'111'IIT,: ) :." LOCK.

blowing last Tuesday night and consider were much surprised! to learn that, at the The! cold winds of this spring are !hard on and several can are on the way. It is con- The Republicans III the Senate are getting
able fencing was destroyed.-The heaviest t hue of our visit, cane still standing in the vegetables. This tender sorts, such a* melon fldently believed that tau road will he completed nto u ridiculous |M>sition. The situation u,.,

A ice of the season!' was seen this morning. field continued to grow and not mature, as squash and cucumber vines I l *ans, and from Palatka to Gainesville! in sixty It stands now IH thus stated IJIY the New York

' This is pretty cold weather for April.-Ex- indicated by tassel ing, as Is so common higher even corn, have fullered l badly. The heavy days. The work of laying the iron has commenced lleralJ:

'; Governor )I. L. Stearns arrived here last I up the peninsula. Stalks of cane weigh winds arid drifting sand cut the tender and one mile has been completed, They propose to, meet dally to adjourn

k Sunday, and is the guest of hit brother, T. ing 12 Ibs. and 15 feet long were, we were informed plants and make them look as i if they had<< -The Presbytery of Ht. Johns nut at the every afternoon at u reasonable time, have

6. Stearns.-Quiney llrrald. no unusual thin Considering been pinched by a trust In some case replanting Presbyterian church on IVtslnwmhayevening. to night sessions, but maintain tine contest
Wxf, The Democrats on their |l'uirt are equally re-
CLEYUTTT4CIJYUT.These mills are great natural fertility of the soil and the will be JleccIlary"cJl t'lur'nli The retiring moderator) Rev. J. II, Myers, sol\t'flllJ Stan it out, their contest IM,ing that

situated at the five crossings the Jacksonville truly tropical climate.along\ theCaloosahatcn- Journnl D. I)., preached 1 the opening sermon The the "Senate summoned by the President

Pensacola A Mobile Railroad, about ie, this country is certainly bound to Us at no HOCTH fo'ul'UJ'\-Tllc {proH-ct of Fj-cdy following ministers, members' : of the l'rt'KIJy-1 *i>ecifically to transact! executive business
t lat they ((the Democrat are rwulyandanx'
sixteen miles from met at distant day noted for its extent-he production railroad connection with the outside vII W.
Quincy ; we were world tery, were present, : II. Telford of ; lOlls to go into that und that it is time
a..14_ S the mills! by several gentlemen from Chatta- of sugar. Twice within the last three years for South Florida, and the grand M h< mo for Fort Heid ; W. H. Dod/o, of Jacksonville;; enough ultcrwurd to consider the question

hoochee. On our arrival the bell was. tolling these rich: lands have been inundated by an draining the Lake (lkf dIIJII'C! region, are I J. II. Myers, D. D., of "'('rlllllllliu:& ; J. A. ; of choosing n new i K-t of olMecr\ Inasmuch

t for the operatives to knock off work for excessive! rise in the Caloo-ahatohie, owingto attracting the attention of |Iunne-wrkrnand Kimmon'. of Uesburg ; W. (>, I"'. "',,111&-. as no niw denies that the present officer of
the Stnate are cu >ahle and
the noon-day meal, consequently everythingwas the overflow of lake Okechobee. and the capitalists) to the now unsettled 1 and undovtlojtcd Apopku ; W. A. HeiidrlckKtii, und I'ro r, men, the Republlcua| refusal to trustworthy go to bust

quiet but as. I write the machine is being farms along the river and Twelve-mile creek 'tortioiis of the l'1' lIln'l1la. There l K':: P. Crane.' ladcruprt: sent : IIr.S. <), WU1.011. ness until they have turned them out wouMHCCIII '

btarted and I must go up and see what I submerged 1 to the extent of completely 'fIV-1 I are at least time railroad lines now build- of Orlando; Dr. D. J. Mcllae, of Fort : to l lie not only unwise, but ridiculousas -

can see. I never was much of a hand to de- ering the tops of the cane from ft to H At thigh Jug! which arc l.rllj.tt..1 to extend from the Neil; Col. T. C. Lanier, of U-oburg ; J. P. tilt though real purMjr the| tall of was the wagging delay now tine _i Ie luSH probably but.

scribe anything, and especially machinery but without the slightest damage to iulf to the o<'can. It is not at all improbable Miller, of Acron.und ('.
but will tell what I can and leave the other the growing cane, and considerable benefit that the near future will we a trunk line W. It. Telford wa chosen moderator.-- Senators In (look H Hlllo further into tit*

alone up stain, where the cotton in its orig. In the destruction of grass! and wools. 80: through the State from North to South. In- "IllJ/ ".4I. hand of the aduiinitratluii Mild fee! wkttt
the 1'F't'.I.Jcllt to do lfore they lid orl
inal state is kept, two machines resembling far as the cane crop in concerned this overflow dm], such a )line will MMMI be a iiw ity., A ('orrl-t.lltuJcllt| writes eriticUing the line the (large number moan of nondnnliun .1r1'C,1

t,R : the Macarthy gin in appearance (except the of the.waters U deemed) rather benefi The fruit and veyftabhi growing intercut of railroad to Gainesville In the drat place, Uf,re them,



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f' tJOOK Vl\ NOT DOWX. It is not till late (in life, when he had long thes!tell about their lives. He had come, at ;in the war, and: he maintains t himself honorably room. i .
enjoyed the title, that he married .1 girl who Sir Hugh's suggestion, to win an heiress if teaching in London. Sir Hugh proposed You will be mistress here o-morrow,
: Life to !lon"ll is full of sorrow seemed to wither tip in the chill silence of lie could, and now, loving the woman, he that I should become a singer, but 1 said she; "you see I 61 packing up to forestall -
\ Half is real; half they borrow ; that empty house, and died in giving birth dared not seek her: hand. How could he have always intended to be an artist, and I I your tt'lIhon .
Full of rocks and full i of ledges to a daughter. On thi daughter Sir (Icrald confess llatidle scheme or ask her to leave hope to succeed in that profession as lilY I slal certainly I wish you to leave us
2.( Corners sharp' and cutting edges. concentrated all his \pride, and what affection this strange, quiet world\ of hers with one mother did in hers." soon is quite conrl'J'nt to you" replied -
-.. Though the joy bells may be rin ing. he could feel. For her alone he would whose life must he full of risk, whose past! Then the storm burst;; : Sir Gerald's most Lilian gravely ',
Not a song( you'll hear them singing ; spend his hoarded wealth, sparing nothing appeared tarnished I beside her pure exis- cherished opinions had been outraged by You ore most ronlld'rlt(', Perhaps it i<
Seeing never makes them wise, that could enhance her dignity in his eye tence? Once, twice even, he had tried to fly, every statement Lionel had made and forgetting right to tell you that at the time when 'nl ,
J Looking out from downcast eyes. or those of his retainers ; and while she was but when he spoke of going, a shadow his 11IIght'rprl'I'IIl'(", he hurled were refusing your last suitor I saw another
yet but a child he would talk to hqr foster- troubled her clear eyes, and at the sight he angry epithets at him, his! family and Sir at the gate.
anY All in vain the sun I is shining, mother and nurse of the brilliant marriageby had almost fallen at her kncss, as he might Hugh "You did! Who do you mean," cried
in Waters sparkling, blossoms twining ; which she must some day add lustre to have done before a saint, and begged her to The young man clinched his hand Snvoluturily Lilias, the red leading to her face
It They but see through those same sorrow, her name Guests, however, grew yearly bless him with her love. but at the same moment gentle fingers "I mean Lionel llakctzky, whose letter 1
I I Sad to-days and worse to-morrows ; rarer at the (who few caring to visit the If she needed him how could he go ? And touched him He turned, and read in intercepted, and who came to seek you
IK Sec the clouds that must pass over ; proud old man, became more and more he knew she did need him-he was !showing'! Lilins' brimi(1ningeyes\ all and more than he again."
t See the weeds: among the clover- : miserly, and wearied his neighbors with hispretentious her her true nature that had lain slumber- had hoped. .And you told himii'a, ,
I II. s Kvervthing: and anything .. and expectations.! Once or twice hug beneath the heavy veil of a monotonous "My love," ho wipcred: grasping her "That you were engaged in receiving a
I. \ Hut the gold the sunbeams bring.Draining some youth, urged by rumors of the fath and narrow routine ; he was arousing new wrist, "ma\' I tell him why I !'Itoppell-for visitor, whop, at your father's desire, you
from the bitter fountain er's wealth and the daughter's beauty, triedto aspirations in her by his talk of that stirring your sake, Lilias, love, queen: ?" had consented to n.h1t. I was strictly
1 1'f make good his footing ; but an oppressive' ; world in which men gave lifelong labor to "Yes." true." ,
J Drops Lol I your of dew mole and hill seems' of mountain rain stillness reigned in the dim house! and the art, I\IHtutllcrll, yet nobler/ struggled or died "Then go quickly and 1 will join you in And he?"

fom Swell I into the drops main would-be wooers! gladly curtailed their stav.Yet for freedom For he had )power, this youth the Keep ; qol"! I He went away without a word."
t All in vain the mighty shower Li!lias was a girl for whom a man might, and inherited gifts, with the daring energy: Lilias! fled away, and, as the door closed, Lilias looked at the thin-lipped face before
I blessings: have dared and borne much. The delicate that-nmakes and in his love liost. back with of irrepressible
I And the mercies fall with a man great, for Lionel faced his lien, and drew a gesture
to J I chaff tread the" wheat, pallor of her complexion only deepened by Lilias lie was casting his careless boyhood "The reason that kept me\ silent regarding scorn.
Gathering[rich and ,'neath ye foot. contrast! the color of her grey eyes ; and a behind him my father's position, Sir (Gerald I is also the I would rather stand here alone as I am
royal, your Vandyke might have desired to immortalize The sight of her, toiling ignorantly at reason I remained\ hero love 'o\lrltaugh- now than change places with you, were you
4 d: Let it not lie IIn. my neighbor the grace of her form, the poise' of her fair empty prettiness, as she had been taughtto ter, and I dare to hope I may one day be the !happiest woman I living. Oh, you mis-
t ? b; r.1)Qk11', us you love and labor; head. Quiet and thoughtful, knowing nothing do, Idled ]him with compassion! so that at worthy to win her" erable creature, what have I done that you
t Viu ,'It( Not for one alone woe's vials: of the lighter pastimes and joys of her last he spoke to her tentatively of what she At this Sir Gerald's fury overpast! speech should hate me so?" cried she, shaken by I
J'g very one has! cares and trials, age, she was wise in book-lore, such as few might:? be and do, watching her 'face the but with threatening gestures and broken passion of impotent bitterness.
. Joy and pain are linked together girls cared to study ; and wise! too as to the while. words he ordered the young man to I leave I did not wish! to hate you," replied, Miss
jI \J Like the fair and cloudy weather, daily wants and cares of the people at her "You could do better than this! ," said he, the house lllliUllt: Iy, 11'c calmly. "Your father trusted} me, and
SI. May wo have, oh, let us pray, gates, for the old nurse would talk to her of taking up a pencil sketch at which she was! Lionel bowed, and hurried to the Keep, me well, and I have deserved his tiust.I .
Faith and patience for tu-rlay. them all, partly out of mere garrulousness.! patiently working under the IIhalte of a great where Lilias tremblingly awaited him, the have nothing to reproach myself with. If
tl -A di'iiiire. ,partly from a confused sense that the girl'sifl lime, {in which the !bees hummed busily old nurse at her side. He held out his arms, I hate you now, it is because you lan!
I 11 lacked kindly guidance, and that many May I show you my meaning? I houlli and the girl clung to him. sobbing. This shown tae every day and every hour
A LAXltSCAVK IMlXTEll'S TALL. duties!! would! devolve upon her. She did not like to sketch that cottage myself," and he was no time for hesitation or coy denial. you despised tC. That gave you strength
I'I i know that at times Lihas envied the sat\ down and drew, Lilias standing Poor lambs poor lambs I"! mutereltthe and calmness. I found comfort. in the I
if [ am a landscape painter, and in my yearly wives and mothers whose sorrows'! she pitied After while he looked at her, and saw; nurse "I knew it would come ; many knowledge, that I have done my duty in (
II t wandering through the\ quiet byways ofj and relieved.! Sir Gerald allowed her perfect her chccks'bright with color, her lips' parted, a day since Sir Gerald had aught to cross units of you. That is alI wished to say. 1
I this beautiful England otoursl! have lightedon liberty, as: was natural, for it would have appeared her eyes moist. him, t,1 I know his temper well. You'reto shall begone before morning.."
j. many strange scenes! and have filled my impossible! to him that amiyone of his He sprang up and caught; her hand. \ do you say sir? There, then, go I.ilia, turned away from her without
C notebook with !strange' tales, one of which I daughter's birth and breeding should misuse "I have vexed ',"ou-I was rude-forgivome you to the top room of the Keep with Miss speaking, for she could have uttered nothing
I now publish. Of myself I wish to Sl110 her freedom. That a !satisfactory!' proposal forgive me I Lilias and have talk out ; Il !see to but groan..
more than is necessary. I arr \'l'ltlate on a would be made to him for her hand he No not rude," smiled\ Lilias two tears falling your thing 'ou Next day I she was free, and then the reaction -
1f summer evening in is' -at an old farm house never doubted, nor did he imagine that she, ; "but I know nothing, and I want to One effort,Lilias determined to make\ Mid cumc. With persistent haste she made
in Sussex, where I intended to pass some would hesitate to accept a suitor, he ap know so\ much! Teach me !1" den courage firing her. She went down to arrangements for dismantling and !lhutinJ
weeks. After supper I strolled out to exam- proved. Ladies of familv, as a matter of Then Lionel bent down and touched the the dra ving-roomim where her father was sit- up the Keep, only providing pl'a (
ine my future !sketching' gro\llllllIIlIl followIng course, conducted themselves\ with decorum little hand reverently with his lips and returned ting, exhausted by unwonted emotion in it fn the faithful nurse, who was to end
r the road which led past our little porch, in i such affairs, and, therefore, thcrccouldbe to his work in silence, his heart Father?" said; she, standing gravely before her days there if she chose.
r) ascended a gentle slope toward a wood. By- no need for restraint regarded their girlish throbbing. him, "you expect me to marry, do you All whl'1 am I to sec you back, m
nnd-h)' I saw among the trees a gray tower, acquaintanceships. Lilias enjoyed i her liberty He was right; min his: conjecture: ; this girl not?" dear? asked the old woman. )
which I expected presently to reach ;; hut the less gratefully, perhaps than she might could forget herself; there was no pettiness, "."Assuredly I doi1 l The girl's face grew hard as she replied:
'j road bent away suddenly' to the right, and as have done had she ever known discipline, no touch of self conceit about her; and with "You wish me to be happy' Never, nupie., Never will I set foot inside
f it was growing dark I r.turll'ctllOme. but undercurrent there ran a constant her large-hearted sympathy !she might; be a "I expect you to b'have'wih propriety, those terrible walls:; ugain-unlt's I were
Next day I came to the neighborhood of of doubt. Could life, indeed great woman, helpmeet for a man who not to talk of any vulgar village to come back with him
i the !same! tower by a different path ; again, hold nothing more for her than this ? cherished! bold schemes- he coulll but take 1 girl." Oh, my dear I my dear! you'll let me
kiy i, however, when I thought to find myself at Was she'! to be entirely contented with her her away 1 ".\1 I not to hope for it as well as they, come and sec you. or my poor old heart
tl h the gates,the' road turned aside and 'led met pencil-drawing and the ballad-singing, or 1 fear there is a rain coming,, Miss Luni- father? Why cannot I choose my life as will break !I"
} through a dark firwood on to a common could she too have taken a place in the tier ; we had better go home,'' he said abruptly poorer women do ;why cannot I marry someone Yes, numie, whenever you like, as soon
rich with golden furzo and a scanty heather world of which she had read ? Sometimes, for his hand trembled so he could -I love?" asked the girl very low.: as I return to England; if I ever do return."
: I just tinged with color. Striking into a san- when the wind blew keenly up from the sea, I not work ; you must let me thank you this Home one you love re'ou mad, or Hut where are you going?" ,
foot-path, I once more set my face toward she would climb the downs, and, gazing afternoon." am 1? Is it possible that! you. a Lumley, care "To Italy He said he would go there, and
I the tower, which I hoped might prove to be across the broad expanse of dale and field, Nay, it is I should thank you for so for that insolent foreign scoundrel?" I follow him. He mav not care for me now,
a subject for a picture. A third time, however would stretch her arms and drink a deep pleasant a lesson," replied Lilias, frankly I I do, father 1 and I will never marry anyone he may be married ; but I must! search for 1
I, i was disappointed ; there was some- breath of strong air, and long, yearn for out her eyes fell before his, and they walked else." him 1 must find him and tell him I am not
thing weird in the way in which these paths something she knew not what, that should home almost without speaking. Love was These bold words uttered, strength and the false thing that woman bid him think
approached the building! only to avoid it. At satisfy her soul. hastening nearer every hour. courage 'hhed. and Lilias hurried to hide me."
last, !sunk deep 'between the high banks, I Thus seventeenth birthday came round, And what was Sir Gerald about all this her tears and confusion on her nurse's shoulder Such was the sad history of I.UIIl'K'e",
t found a grass-grown track which might. I 1111(1SirGeraldabsorbcdinponipunsschemes\ time I To his great surprise, he found his till a stronger arm drew her away and it \\'a. now two years since its fair
thought, be the avenue I was seeking The for the future, hardly realized that womanhood guest's presence by no means disagreeable That night saw the lovers'! last meeting in young mistress had wandered away on her
verges were alternately thick with weeds or was blossoming in her before his eyes. as he had expected. The youth could talk the Keep. After Lionel had If the house quest.To .
bare where the grass was worn away below As the two sat at breakfast! one day he told of other matters beside drawing and music, he was readmitted by the ntlt to take his my eyes the house appeared a ghastly
the bcecht's ; the soil was parched and her that he had a letter from Sir Hugh Mal and was well-nigh as good company as farewell. e prison as I strolled round it, and thought of
cracked, and a row of half-withered evergreens lisson, who begged him to pay some attention shrewd Sir Hugh him!>c1f. He had evidently How long the two sat together they never the day when the two glad faces had first
drooped on either hand. The short 'to I a young friend of his, a certain Lionel I seen good society, and listened with interest knew, but they watched the sunset fade and turned toward each other across I the now
and steep ascent brought me to a heavy iron Iludetsky: whose father was a Polish: nobleman to Sir Gerald's views on the supreme the chill mists creep up from the valleys, desolate garden beds. ,>
gate, fastened: by a loose chain. Passing though his: mother, happily, added advantages of birth and breeding. As to his! islanding the dark firs! and winding in *
through, I found at length below Sir Gerald was Knglish.; I am expectcdto own parentage he had said little, only replying wreaths across the 'ark. Then the moon In the following year I returned to HIT
the tower. It was evidently) an ancient keep, ask him here for a while, which i is: a nuisance to a direct question of Sir Gerald's that rose, and 1 chill wind blew through the pll'lIsaltluart<,1 at. the farm, and found the
uninhabited and weather-stained its narrow but I must'! not disoblige! Sir Hugh ; he his father was absent f from home for (political' 1 woods, and the patient nurse, watching on 1 place full of stir and \ The stillshrubberies
windows fringed hero and there with fern, is a man of family, with whom I wish to reasons, an answer: which current events rendered the stains, heard the clock strike and bid the round the Keep resounded with
while the ruinIovin'alerian nestled in the continue on intimate terms, so see to it, Lil satisfactory as: well as credible Gentlemen lovers part There had been wild talk between the clang of tools, and busy workmen whistled
crannies: at its base. Joining it was an incongruous ias, that preparation is made for this youth." of the ancient regime were just then th,1 of flight that soberer thoughts gay airs: as they passed! to and fro. My
niassof: building with crenellated Now Sir }Hugh :Mallisson was one of the obnoxious in certain i i,titers. Sir Hugh forbade. Lilias knew that the harmless she friend, the nurse: hobbling briskly up and
walls and mullioned windows baronet's oldest" acquaintances, and entertained had written, expressing his obligation; for the sought would flee from her as surely as she down in the sunshine, watched the proceedings .
down to its even for him a half contemptuous!! regard. kindness shown to his young friend, and altogether fled from duty ; and Lionel could tell better !! with eager eyes, ali when she saw m-
clumsy ill-proportioned oors.
The dull yellow plaster was stained, with Ills letters, full of the chat of town, were Sir Gerald felt that his complaisancewas than she howtnlt she was for his life of approach she pulled t letter from her pocket
blotches of damp and here and there large one of the chief links between Lumley Keep agreeable to himself as well us to others' poverty till and cried : "Miss Lilias has kept her
and the outer world. and was in to be rid of his visitor.: So with vows and prayers, with kisses in word ; they're contimighack
had broken and crumbled togchl'r.
pieces The away blinds lay down It was on a spring day that Lionel Rad- Only the faithful nurse's eyes watched whose first sweetness mingled the bitternessof Not long afterward a I.rther writing ,
the !
on grass.French window which were drawn save etzky came to the Keep. Lilias and her heedfully from her upper window the comings loss, they said farewell alt tore themselves to me from Italy, chanced to tell nut
one in a was father were in the flower garden when lie and goings of Lilias and Lionel, but apart : but Lionel, as he dashed down !bow Lilias Lumley had passed from t"atientcmiduramice
r up awry. I Il'Iliw bare the doom arrived, and the old butler brought him out then :she !saw her charges color deepening, the steep road not daring to look behind, of glo\)1 into light and joy 1
Looking, a room, to them by the French window As he'' her step growing firmer, when Lionel'ammii- felt with angry grief that Lilias must endure fciilijoin( that portion of his letter :
\ a tainted of a sickly pink l) the once gaudy paper stepped from the shadow of the room into ing face became more earnest us time went the harder I late ; for he must work to win You know." he wrote, "that from limygarden
1'I and dull while the
faded by lire-place the u the sunshine:! Lilias looked up from her flowers on, she took heart, and hoped that at last a her, while she could only wait. Even he, I command glimpses of the winding
single coverlcss armchair made dusty 1 aural watched him advance, a youth just brighter day was dawning for the girl on however, little guessed what\ was in store path that leads up to our village from the
:\ desolation appear more l'solateegll'cte over middle height, his foreign: blood betraying whom she ifoted. for her. wayside shrine of the patron saint. I have
in front of this window and
't'1- flower-beds ay itself in his: dark eyes and complexion, "Oh, nursie, dear, I am so happy," cried Once aroused, her father's suspicions knewno told you also of Garland, the wonderful
the fOlltlit'
1d last years 11eulllea\'cs i had lodged( and a certain alertness of movement, his expression Lilias. one evening, llingingher arms around bounds, and ho quickly installed in the young genius who lives in the house next
'. the low wall which separated the drearygarden frank and bright, his manner full the old woman's neck house an ancient o\'rcsl. byname :Miss mine, a painter who is in love with beauty,
..\ \ from an expanse of park. WanderIng of ease. And he, on his {part, saw a slight "Ay, my dear, I see it plain enough ; has Peel, hired to watch his daughter ; and alas but never with any woman
..: t-i \ round the deserted house!! ,the shrill songof figure in a quaint old-ftsiiioimed silk, standing anything happened out of the common tonight for Lilias, ready and willing to do her work. I We heard lately that an English lady
s: "., a canary burst upon my ear, sounding motionless!! a bunch of white narcissusin ?" There might be no solitary wanderings. now, hit taken one of the lower"il'i for cou-
.. ;,. trangly loud in the grim !silence.' I followed her hand "No, nursie, nothing, but then happiness{ and but few ff't hours, nor could a letter of months, and I" anxiousto 1
;;,1 1 the sound, and discovered: a tiny open whitlow But a few moments parsed: before the stir itself i is common with me just now" come and go from the Keep \mlnc tioned. sec her, a rumor having reached me that
: rk where the bird was!!still singing lustily, i of greeting broke in on this muto observation The nurse turned the sweet face to her and Only through the courage of a strong love she was a beautiful heiress.
and \below which a red shawl fluttered froma yet few us they were, they sufficed for looked into the clear eyes. could the girl have borne that life of petty One evening, then, I was smoking in mv
I frayed nips relief\ the graving on either heart ofa picture which You love him well, Miss Lilias{ :l. nigh as tyranny.'. And she bore it seemingly in vain ; garden when I saw Garland leave his home
al.s ;. It was a to see some sign of life, and memory would frame in gold well us he loves you; but my dear, if you bore it till her checks grew thin and pale, and stroll down the steep path between the
while I't paused at the corner of the building Gerald show attentionto it in earnest must be and appeared in the brown favorite
How should old :Sir: both mean you strong gray thrl'adi 01,11tl'n singing 1 ballad as be
an old woman camefrom a back door an active youth who dr sired! to see the and true, for there will be hard times for the locks about her weary temples. Out of that went, (He has a rare ( )
and stretched tim)' up to the shawl upon' country and would spend hours out of two of you by-and-by. He's not the princeSir darkness into which Lionel hud fled not I "Soon after, 1 figure'ariton'
the rope. I hastened, : forward and reachedit doors! ? The thing was impossible. Lilias Gerald expects you to marry." word or a line came to comfort her With from the lower villa and came (II-rgee
for her,and while she. muttered her thanks must take the labor of entertaining the lad Lilias' cheek had changed 1 from red to Sir Hugh her father had quarreled fiercely, ward. 11'1', thought I, is our new neighbor
in u hoarse whisper I asked: her the historyof off his hands. A lad of strange tastes, too, white but she went down slowly to the so that not even that tie was left her, aid shall hear from Garland what
this empty house. She looked up at me who painted and sang-two things that in drawing roomu. and could only answer thus her life dragged lln through long years. the is hike."Time '
with a startled glance, as though the sound Sir Gerald's youth were not thought proper Lionel's eager questions by a silent gesture. Humor busied itself in the neighborhood ; scene was idyllic ; he leant againsta
A of a healthy voice confused her ; and answered occupations for a gentleman or man of fashion : lash day Lionel felt that thecrisisof their some said the father was mad, some the gnarled OIYl', where we often sit together,
4# 4 slowly shaking her head, that it was -but time no doubt had changed, for Sir fate was drawing nearer; this life of sweetness daughter; but in time even rumor was worn and sang while he lighted bU cigar.
a long tale. That tale, us I heard it from her Hugh was eminently man of the world, could not lost forever, and yet, knowingSir out, and the folk only shook their heads Suddenly, a turn or two of the path"below '
bit by bit, I have written connectedly us follows who would not trouble himself with an undesirable Gerald's opinions, he foresaw that speech mysteriously: when Sir Cier.lll carriage him the black figure paused as though to
n xa5. ; acquaintance. Lilias could sing could but shipwreck' his hopes, unless Lilias rolled by. Once only : defy her listen, and then hurried swiftly on and up.
t Lumley Keep and the Lumley family were and draw, a very exi>ensive governess had loved him us \lie believed she might love. father, a neighboring: hurdling, newly "As she turned the 1 corner and came face:
a5. J well known in Sussex hundreds of years taught her, and she hail: done several admirable As often happens.! Ids confession was succededashen to his titles, made a formal proposal to face to Garland, the song broke off, he
ago ; but their wealth and power had dwindled pencil sketches in the park; it would brought about by chance. for her hand. He was not such a suitor sprang forward, and {in a second was on bis I
and the old house baa fallen into decay be easy for her to amuse this young gentleman "'hat an uncommonly tine voice you as Sir ferallllulltlnct' hoped for, but after knee while she bent over him-and I went
when Sir AIl'rlll.uml'v, about the end whose ideas: would certainly bo an intolerable have Hadetzky," said Sir Gerald one evenIng the danger daughter had escaped, lie was illdor
of the last century, sacrificed prido to prudence nuisance to a man of Sir Gerald's after listening to U ci darem. "If willing to accept any eligible direr, so he "Here was!! the explanation of his n'er.'
and by marrying! the only child of a and habits. Yes he would leave him to you bad not been horn a gentleman, now, told Lilias sternly what was before her After turbability.and I must say he! has reason
rich merchant restored his fallen fortunes.: age have made fortune on the a moment's thought she requested (witha for U for his goo
lamas, and get rid of him as soon as i>ossible.! you might your future wife is queen
Lady Lumley wa-s prudent us well as rich, Spring is fairer nowhere than near the sta e." certain sparkle in her eyes!! the while) that among011
and thought hhe had made a fair bargain, Sussex! down The! dark fir woods ride Lionel looked down at Lilias whose flu- the might see the gentleman first in herfatltr's .It seems that his mother's name wa
.She gained her title and position, and in return massively above copses just touched with gers were straying over the keys and a new prl'"enCE Garland, his own is Kadetsky, but his fath- i
built for her husband a house which in born perhaps of Sir Gerald, surprisedat er's relations
livid green, the furze is sweet and golden self-consciousness hers f'plil' phtlcal made it {iniK| >ssible for
in' those days, was thought imposing, improved the hedges are thick with primroses and that tender duet, urged him to pcuk. The this unlooked-for acquiescence.Lilly him abroad unsiu pccted. so he
his .estate with 1 keen eye to profit starry white blossoms. And the roads wind words came .slowly and with measured and suitor were soon face to face, dently took his mother's homelier cognomen I'ru-
and in short proved herself woman of temptingly; in and out among the trees, with emphasis"My and Sir Gerald learnt that he was baffled He is himself a prime mover in cer
I J business.! Not one farthing however, would here a tiny village nestling cosily in a hoi- voice is inherited. My mother wan With dignified composure and in courtc- tam l\Ohtlallheles,
(; she waste: on what the 'considered useless low and there a lonely! shaded lane, where none the less a lady that she was also for .ous phrase Lilias stated that her affectionswere I ; suspected! that his painting gained
how, and still less would she allow in what the pheasants call ami the shy! hare scarcely the rears one of the greatest singers! of huda' engaged, and that she deemed it the lain not only a lVng. but that it also cov-
>>lnli qalled her house an/of the stirs, even though two lovers ohould pass .'* most honorable cur to say' so at once in ered other -
jiointetlly i her husband delighted. Ha along. ,', Your mother was: -what-did you !l3yrcrlet.l Sir Gerald's hearing, lie and she are supremely happy
being of weak yielded' coiuuletely quietly Gerald in Ids armchair{ To his angry when the two were ought to be if as they;: I
{ a man purpose, Warmer grow the days us the corn begins :Sir: sitting up threat ; bhe has fortune helms fame,
to her sway, and even allowed their to show in the brown fields tho air is: alive ThcBcoruofthetone brought the red to alone, she : anti when, these marry surely a success has ,
ion Gerald to be brought up entirely under with the glad song myriad larks, and the Lionel's cheek, and he continued quickly- I lather to take me to the church bv been ach le veil."-Frwr't Mann-ine.,
his mother's eye, only uttering feeble protests cuckoo is hl1l'1.lln tho woods. :Sweater and Her name was Marion Garland, better ( you could not make me a wifeagainst / +,
and allusions to the gay doings of his sweeter the evenings u* the summer Vnown as Madame Gariandelli." :! my I would claim the protec- ST.ITI FIV4X'CESThe
own youth which the boy learnt to regardas tints grow and when the red sun is! down, "Uariaudelli !Why, Pvc l paid my money m 1 ton of the clergyman at the altar isel I F.conouaiat certainly)' has peculiar
'i (' this there was no of ideas 1ot
wanderings of a the to hear her !1" It
the of life i
dotard and the Bounds arc dying away ofStat- fuanc seems to think
Lady Lumley's pfai on a willingfor. mellow nightingale trills his low note froth That seems terrible t,) you Sir Gerald, I marriage, but Sir Gerald brooded ceaselessly that and State government I
and Gerald grew up steeped In prom- the hawthorn bush/ or birchen co use. The but those who, like your old friend, Sir i i: over the failure of his sheme and guarded are at war with the best interests of the I
dices. well instructed in nothing! but the world is full of love and subdued joy that Hugh Malli-sson, knew my dear motlmeisListon' I his daughter 8 jealously I as bcfor('. pie, and that the should do peo--
nuwlnw that pass for iMlam In acommonC In and honored her more than you can despise I i At length his selfish and moody old age to break pIle credit in everything
i ie ii arrow be find their rt'b-tion young; eyes is at least reached that saddest of sad endings when ? order to
mmalnd No doubt In tIme her My father's family MoM I pay their taxes in depreciated State
ife after his fashion, but there smiles. count the : by which Lovedraws a.c voun. and he was proud to make her I the passing bel rings in the freedom and ties i whne time true the would sur.
too tl3W healthJeFnmind1 Who can land wife. about his Pteri i. gain of life \ who would listen to it that !t1
mtlll to be 110 place for him among near in such a nf dreams his You asked me once be the State government- and legislature
M+ and he preferred to be un. Lilias with lien furris .} amid tion. and I am ashamed to cnfthat for with { are but the agents of the
ratht'rth Not and only.I I did not answer I all was over Lilias was summoned credit is 'plewhost
iON I: l.iollt'I.'ullscious of deceit, one reason one l1flre their credit and whose
ajl ':1 lllirT au uphhis or waiveoa claim t41 and beating dreading heart explanation nor that would break you fully. IIi fortune ba. l been swept( away (mum sick Jan's bedside to Miss 1.\.1 honor. According to the Jc"hOlur"iz, the il their taxT -

suit ht: fellow .



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THE FLORIDA MlllltOR: APRIL u."t J "j J,

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l1l should be so lowered as nut to bring in I'crtUizorM. Itflll iMIIIIe.: Hook" and Said Ioiier', for TIIIIIIMI and Key Went.vu .

mfficicnt revenue to support the government -- -- -- .-. .-

and thus force it to issue (lcprC'dnh.11I'Crip. <;oru? > .v Leaving aside that |>ro\i: 111"__ ___ .____ ____
r'ouilitution: (sec 2, article 12.) which requires ....'....,.................... ...... .............. ........... ... ,I -- Wholesale! : and Retail h
the legislature to provide sufficient .
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revenue to defray: the expenses! :! of the State. i ..7:"" I.'I.:It'I'11.1 z I.:It tH:. i
and also! a sufficient: sum to pay: the intereston !! nooiis, S1't'1'llO1ltl': .
the State's indebtedness'lt true economy I ....:.. ......... ....................,..... ...,.. ............\.:.,.. I A ISIHAHM: : 110'1'1':1.: I !' ',

to pursue such a course ? .\ud :MI'SK'.
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How would an individual of ordinary capac.it -4. -
I IS 1'111: RKSTrplIlNO ; :: :-
v manage his own private ufl'uira? Situated:: directly on the 1lilWlII.: C .1I!!! WM: II14. :$:flHT.l'KoOX : .; -
Would he desire! his expenses! to be greater !for, FALL CLtInXit: : being CARRYINO TIIK: 1'. $. MAIL ,\
than his income: and each year wind up his J. not only a perfect plant food, but will c'
business by giving; his note for the remainder keep! all I insects: at a rl'I'I''t.'lfllllli"ttltl'I'. I IN: ONE: OF TIM: .1A : \11.1.1:. FLORIDA.( :
? How long would it be before his credit For sale in any quantity, large or small,
would be gone and his interest-bearing ob. and country orders! delivered\ FRKK: : on ()=-a:: of the staunch and elegant Meamern ;
his substance? Now of the above Lit1II11'a\ ,, Collar Key
Itgatious eat : a "
r up boats: or car Vegetable growers TRY IT. HF.ALTIIMXl'/ : :" PAUTS (cII1.1.01:11I.: ).\.
state 11 nothing more than a collection of tiOFLD ,t Ct 0.. t every.lunday at HIli I p. m., fllr. t

individuals, and the same rule would workin fit .tin 8' W. Ray St.' Jacksonville, I'l.i. "
their case. Individuals and states all find j4rSchool Hooks SprclalljKi .-rrt- Tallinn.. .11 n tin too. ,

it to their interest to pursue the honest and For particulars address And llriiidontowu
homely policy of paying ns you go This: pol J. \. K01SSOX tV SOX. ,
icy of not having a sufficient income to l"J.ottW.IIHtOI: ) :. or and Ocean SloiiniliontH.Vfi91 and every Monday: and Thursday at 4.00p. It 1
is what has < _______-. M-tf: I Fcrnandina: : Fla.
meet expenses! exactly produced I m
one of the burdens complained, of to-day. -I I (*o in mission" ''''rc'.uurN./-. I -- --- -- ---- --- -- O II Ci .\ \ MX 1'-r1 ,

The State has to pay some SO,000 interest *-- -.-- +. Paula ItllHSU! IIIUIVCNt.. I '
:nnnually her debt. Why i is this ? Re-

cause her expenses exceeded; each year her CHARLKSTON:: :S.: C.. I ,
income and she had to, 1 issue acrip.: As tins Connections madu at ('.'tlar Key with the 'i I

scrip increased in volume the State's credit : : ( tht.nI'I L5.d'i'll'to their ALth "Florida Transit Railroad from" ami to nil .;

cent down and her expenses( correspondingly CONFINING lIl' ::04, respivtfully: solicit; con points North and/ Wct ; at Punta Rnss.v: with \
increased.,\ became so great that she signments.I' Stcanier! for Foil Ayer., Fort Ogden aril t :,
hall to fund it in interest-bearing bonds, andit Pine' Lev el.Through.
I is t\at interest which now the Tiekets are on sale at Fernnndina I '
oppresses --- ------ : : t1 1111'S
people. Do we wish to repeat the saute experiment IT.------------------- ___ _.__ Jacksonville, (iainesville' and Yd/w I
and thus add to our burthens in I' K It'I' I I* I / i': It S. Key, at greatly rnluced rates, for nil prinpal .;-

the future? Common would points the (!hilt (Coast.! = )If
near sense say -------- - ---- Will leave: Cedar: Key on
no.-Floridian. J. M. OALP1IIN. 'en'l; 1 1"t" ,

is )business has )been our special trade! 1.1 Cedar Key, Fla.:
for and have endeavored
over tWl'IItr1'11"11., we : .
: to furnish our planting friends a PURK: .r.I'f- SAVANNAH, FKRNANDINA: / %,
i-iiAjiJ; ART1CLK and their continued patronage is

our I best llllor ellll'l1.'t, are prepared to .ists

I fill orders for all kinds of l'ertilizcr'it together FOR: KKY: \ViST::\ AND 1IAYANA:
UESICI with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and, Till I.OK 1 1)A ,1:t'rrJACKSONCILtl.' ) I : ;
LIgN Compound Phosphate.:
Ny J. :N. \ROB-SON) :;( : ,t SON: rOWN I.MPROVK.MKNT: : COMPANY) ...............................................
t1<> Charleston! S. C'. "t

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--- PARSONS:: : :\ .1 11.\1.1AVI'ul.\: ; .., ? -

II. J. BAKER & I5UO.LMo iiniidiiiii IM IIt: Cedar KtI y, Fl.i.MA -F.! .!...
( EN EWE or __. ___ ______d. ____
Towns fin It. K. Line, L LORY'S l /

1 .AIM (V larOilers lc'J' ,.'I.Oleln.S'I'R\ ISIIII" MM::.

>-llas been In eouatant "" r. r : PKARL: STRKK'I: /:/: NKWiYORK: : S] ISLAM ) KOUTE.IKOIUilA .

use by the public 4 t Duly Illroof Lute to New York.Vl .

for over twenty yearnand ,
Manufacturers to Irf-s-i-cs and I'Mrdi.isen: : u large
z'y XllSSIIII' V :.11IIIIIII7.11 :Mllll SIOIIIIIMlli 1':: ( : / AND
la the bent preparation number of the most cligil>K> and dcsiralilc & 'H rt1111 FLORIDA)

l lets, suitahle for llusjuess Purpo) "<, or for |> l.lllO. INLAND $'STKAMltOAT.
ever Invented for IlKSTOK- Tho City Suburban:: Resideiue": .
-+-II EMIC.tI. I.'J'I: 'I'II.IZI'ICS.-: +- Sailing from. Fcrnandina,)' two weeks oil :It .,"
INO (1ICAY lUlU Stato
rpoN t IASY: TKRMS.: : : N. S. ('ll>' 0'II"'U"' r'lIl'lai,1 -: '
-./ "
YOUTHFUL COLOR AND Assayerand ( $nnsi': <<. 1 ..'.< t tili "J ..If:
Liberal) )Discounts) on Values allowed to lw It ; "" .
V LIFE. in manufat S. S. C'nroiulolof, : .
I ; Chemist parties engaged luring or industrial f.l] I ;; .L'
enterprises' who will.'I't't'l t the property : Caiptuin i lticK: ..-. ,...4.-
.' It supplies the imtural : of Mass. )purihaxcd\ substantial improNcmcnt.s fit ._....: :....::.":. ..

food and color to the hair i II,1 and ... .. -, --, for residence, or in which to conduit theirbusiness AM
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glands without staining the .:t. Ole.\( I.: .t) .

I Bklii. It will increase and I leadingPhysi ': ': I I'I'ItI JNIMVKMF.NTS)( ( : : TO MANFFACTITR-: FLORIDA) : TRANSIT! : :: RAILROAD: .
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1 1':1:0b: :: \ ,\' i-xciiiption for term of yt.ar5I1u111
thicken tho growth of the *
I ciansendorse I taxation ollcrnl by the several <'ities! ami wu
hair prevent its blanching T-c-M.tN l'ItC'rt: !townsPply atj 10.ill 1
and -------'"
and thug
falling off
AVKKT BALDNESS i and :'VOIlicieor.) I'eah it:. 71 lists., lYrnandina.HJtf 'Till: FINK: STKAMS1IIPS: l'olnlMorlIi surd "'C'Nt. ,

V recommend 11'IS'I'EIt1'Ix.IY.: : : .
I ---------- ------ ----- -- ollerlng roof lit unrivaled II dilightful Kill
.\ Most( :Superior: Artiile, under our ownSpecial .... .
It cures Ih'hlnJ.I'rUI: I it CAIT.I I IIINKS I I over ii "strut ly IlIlullIl.IIIl'r..ulI.. full >4 i
lilt .I.T .
tlons and DImlrulf.4 aIIAIK as a :: I Formula. .4) <*ITY 01' DAIIAH.CAIT.. interesting scenery.The
Pu.vi Si
K I\MKISS: : ,
DRESSING: It Is very greattriumph
desirable, Kiting the hair a II r 1,0 it i It -
ellkeu softness which 1111. 'II : of the iihove Steamers will leave l
admire. It keeps the head in medi for New York every Friday Captain JOHN Jo'IT/III'Ia.\I.I'i .

cine.WHISKERS (to siiit the tide).
clean sweet and healthy .
/'" '. This line, having no transfers: to make VM:' E
('1'.'"' oi' IIKIIMJITOV.:
FKRNANDINA: : : ) I AND: X IYO: ) 1:1: ,, '
lll'Illlll ----,
.I"J--' ,-, t (Oilers)"" : tin-.
Ton I I': "'. CHOI-.
n 1\ \1\1
.1'l\ .( IIIHTXII: (ClIKAPIXr: TRANSPORTATION : : Lea vc.Iacksonville every Monday,Wcdne.-
II.< t"/' !It'' TO) FLORIDA:/ SIIIPPKRS.Yegctablcs : :::. dayand Friday, by :Steamboat; Kxpiess: I 11:16a. :

and Fruits will receive m.I.cavc.
\\OKIKo HAMS D.oJ Prepared on scientific principles: to :supplythe care I in handling.I'.iSSI'Ntl'R" i special Pcrnandina by Slcttmer Florida, on

\. THE l'I..;. exact plant food for each so as arrl\llof'l'rnill. ;
crop :; : : ACCOMMODATIONS( ) :\ ARK I: : .\rrl Vl' at Savannah every '1'ucsday'I'huii-/

.' to prod, uoo largo yield) I'l'rl'r..'. )1'I Ils'I'! '1.\::0-1.;: day and :Saturday, 8 a. m.,

will change the beard to a BROWN or Tin: 1.'f.CUn n.\ The tJ'u'l'lIlI'U""I'" are oll'ered the advantages I:connection/ finite at Savannah with
of a DIRKrr) I: LINK:, \.V 1'1'1lOlt'l'1S1' Palace NI'/unsulpsof the OCKAN: KTKAM-:
BLACK at discretion. Reins in one \1.1'111 I'EILEla4IN I LANK AND IMMKiRATION( : (COM) II'\'Y CHANCKS.1 : : ( ''IIIU''ljlllll'l' made at :SHIP (C'COMPANY every Wednesday/ and 1

preparation It I* easily applied and Ja7rh"oMville with all steaniboal.s,, for all Saturday, for/ New York. Also: with Huston
OFFLUSMOO.000 : lit the :St.; John's Ocklawaha and llallimorc and find
produces a permanent color that will poi !! "" Philadelphia: steamers,
PIOncilICl1I.Tl1lI.: : ( : : CHKMICAI.S: : .\ not wash off. : at Fernandina! for all railroad/ stations .

1'HKl'AKKII BY Of I the most I in Florida I For State-Ru"1115 and Through Ti<>J.ela,

Sold by all Dealers! In Medicine. !.("\to .V AldoH'M Tourltt. OtllroNt
( ) : l.\.MH I> TIIK
-Through Rates: : and Hills of lading

STATK OF FLORIDA, to all points.: /
obtained" frllcw inventions, For passage or further information, applyto k-canrt'c15"
1)\'I'I'X"'S for in old MURIATK: 1'0'1':0:11.tTl.l'H.T : At only $I.;'" per acre to new settlers! with :: ; ,
or improvements the. Post-otllce, )" Palatka11'.11'ults/ .
ones. (Caveats Infringements, Trade-Marks( the privilege of sehctioii in parcels !IfIf) R. W. SOFTHWICK( (! ( .\ .'lIt.F.'l"lulI.lilla., Hughes'. Drug :MoriFcrnaiidina: ; KgmoiitHold. :
tutu all patent business prnlllptl1l1t.'llIll.tl :-: ): OF :SODA: acres or more. These hinds! are I located I on I \. ;
: ,
and adjacent to the line of the iFSTAVK( : LKVi: ::.
: : : :-liII. in mot (cases |"t. patente Pier 'JO )I-iist: River New York. *ti
.l may the U. S. I'at- NITRATK: (II":00.:: .\, __u___ ________ __ __ (im'l l'Iiss..Sg't 1'1I1.laJltI Route:
by us. Being opiHisite'\ j ATLANTIC< (H'U'0: ) WIXI': )INDIA J. N. )IIARRIMAN:
ent Otlice. and engaged ill I'A TEXT llt'SI.NI HIT IEat: S'III.UITI.I1"1" : -: I II-'NO Manner.8T. .
':', KXCLI'SIVKLY, we can secure patents St'PKRPHOSPHATK{ : : :: : LI MK:, TRANSIT: :: Co.'S: II.{ I-:., -- -- :

in less time than those who are remote : 1'\)11-:1114. : .It('1 MARY'S( R1VKR-0:I .
from Washington.When extending from FKRNANDINA the Atlantic
$1'I.I'IL1'r1.LU1N1.J I: / :'1.\, ,..--- -. .-------_ .
Inventors send model sketch a A4'HiT10MIMXV.: .
or to CKDAR: : K I JoY: on the d'ulf coast, STKA.M l) :
we make search in the Patent 1111'! '. and 1 NT. JOII.NN 7. : MTV IMII.NT f[
p advise us! to its patentability free of charge. thug atlonling; the' priii lover heap/ 'on- ( I i I IWILL
Strlcll I"ur (:round lIo.u" ----- --- -- -- --
-)iHimlence confidential ; trey reasonable } :stunt and rapid tran"|Mirtatioii tu the! best"

; and NO CHAROK UNLrXS: PAT markets.The; .

KNT IS OHT.\l EU. Our circular give fulll'articllluMo. n"lllrl' IM-H of country traversed by time Trail
We refer hy i Ilt.'rUli ion to the. City Postmaster
I ami to the Superintendent of the mailed l free to all applicants. They contain bit R.: I R.: embraces TIIK: IfrKVMEHS:
I'ost-OtlIee Money Order Division in Washington. information that! will !he of service to tho!e
) For special references circular, advice buying using Fertili/.er :'Mm FA'KRY: : 1'.I Rl: i:1':) Y OF SOIL .' 140 n.\ :MAKTIIA.
etc. address" Q.. WI Captain ltWII\KII.iJX. ('UI.tlli.--.
terms --- ------- -
C. A. SNOW it CO., 1ontOffice A'otla to he found in the State, U largo projxirtiuiiIteing ( ( leave Fernandina Jacksonville"

:2-tf Opp.l'atent Office, W'ashington,1)0.HELP l ]>eeuliurly adapted to !the culture ofHKVITKOMCU. Palatka, and intermediate land- jr-"r DAILY SKRVICK.-6-5: _
Office J/.n'rufll 8.OQ; A. M. to J.t;;110 r. M. .
--- ------ -- -- KRUTnaml liirly: VegetuhlcK lugs on the St. John' River and Savannah -
YOUKSELVKsTby making Money Order and Registered letters from folovvx
t MONEY when a golden 1'1:00' : .\. Al. to :00: I'. M. : and from :2.00 r. M, and The Istryt, t'miijHirt JMie of Ttmbrtmake and Charleston at : The Flora leave Fcrnandina for Ht.Mary'tl

chance is uttered! thereby always keeping. to 3:30 p. :M. :Sundays from 10:3): ; to 11:30; .\. ; these, himLs worthy nf UAIIKFUI. KX From Fernandinu River landings every Monday, WeiineMbiy
poverty from door. Those who always M. and :)::'SO to 4:30: p. M. and Kri I your AMtX.lTWX. by manufacturers of J.l'd1lt:1t: FOR J.Al'KtoOOX\'J.U( : AMI. PALATKA, day and Saturday.The .
take advantage of the good: chances for making : ABUIVAL AXff KKP\HTfEK or THE x \JUl.Xortll .
money that are ottered generally become m Mail-Arritt-s daily ut 10:30: \, u. A.M) NAy.I(. I'"Tu".I'I.I'W. jtir' KYKRY: WKDNIXDAY.-: : Murtha( leaves I'Vriiandlnu for same

wealthy, while those who do not imprivesuch Clie-ei) ;' :i.My.: M.JAiiV Milnts every Tuesiluy'rhuriwI4y and. Hatur
'I. : SI'urthuning 1'rruIt.'i: From FernandinaFOR lay-returning Momby, .Hh..Iuall .
chances remain in jioverty. We want /wClthrm -Arrives 3:30: p. x.. ; every .

many m'n. women buys and girls to work Closes 10:00: A. x. SAVANNAH: '*.' CHARLIXIONjtrKVKIty : Friday..
)land from this -
>:/. M irpf mat Ttwlft't Hill J/til- ( )'IUllpl.lll| are fur.
for us right in their own 1ot thties. The Through IIIIlM or Ladlsst
business: will jay more than ten time ordinary Arrives' Tuesdays and Fridays! at 2$1' P. M. nishod with rutife free jxumye on tin Tran- : : FRIDAY.TH. :

wages.; We furnish an expensive) outfit Closes Mondays( and ThupMl.iyi! at H.OI; ) A. M.HI. bit Railroad fur family and |10001'>onal cII'tr tit Cilice ionnetion! made with steamer forlfehlunvilhe Icy MALLORY'H( ( LINK: of Steamers t..n|
and all that J//ri/. ., (I",., ttnlif- Miints on the St. Mary's.
you need free. No one ,,
to the (station nearest tear lurid l.urdlaou,1.'f1TU and )Knterpri: 'e, also with st *amn -
:::::, engages fails to make money very rapidiy.1'ou ( Arrives.' iunday( unil'fhursilays at Wt: A. x. : nMPLCTK.: icing derhe-1 I ly t. for Ofklawuhu River; aliwi.' at Savannah (loMe. ('oiiiueettolinude
: can devote your whofe time to the Tu..lu'll and Friday* at 'l"t: v. M.
.. with steamer for New York
work N/Yhii'Wl.aysandsid'ifav5utt/arl.ii M.MOM from' the t'nitcd l htatet! and base Philadelphia with the New York, ('harl'alolt,1
I or only your rJ j are mOIllCIt For. : grant ''iii HU..tHII I unit l Ilalllniorc.and Charleston/ with
information ami all that is needed sent free. -*' TuesdayVohusilays, Ha'ulumh'h'UJllt.J'1II.: ,
l franc the State of Florida. steamers for New York, Philadelphia Jtalti-
Address&lsi.ON.t: ; Co., Portland Maine fi Fridays anllatu..la: )'* at 'J'iO:: r. )t.HUlL. mare, and with Northeastern South ('arl,.. JMD ACCOMMODATIONS

T. lin'nELf,1'.I.: CORRI: :>PONDINC.K: : HOJ.JCrUu.H''ttl'rl.th't. : lira Ruilroadx for routes North. East: and por Passengers. l'n'ul'lOiuIII.t.ot: [ ami Tourists
I. FOR H,%I..:. ----- ----- -- .. Wf1>t. will find this n very attractive trip, as tl I->*

. MIO Reward ) M u> and s HU"fuviw muihsl. l onapplication. m-enery is trrand, and alligators and otbtr

1\.. live room, with Closets front Piazza Will be given for 1.rrrif to convict the' one 'HAM. W. LKWIS: DATJONM.Through fir* Hither: of the ahovv Steamer: cn I lot'
large Yard Orange Ix-mon and I Banana who destroyed the rign l'' ard on the 1-ridh; Ticket* and Stuteroitmo: securt.land ihartircd,l for enur.luJi !'urtits Ilt all)' Uiur.
Trees. Centrally located. Good title, etc. I".t near the railroad *\\n>\*. ).UJtl I mllUi ,ioll"', all ivJ'Mrmation furnlMheil at office, corner For (lt 1ht'r- si ti'rlUaIJllui'I'y to
For further particulars. inquire .t this W. F. j K.trrT.Uoad Ollh-e d'r. |5oa'i and Seventh Ft.. Centre: mid Second streets. **,ro.\.,11. NOYfX, Agcii*.

office. 4-tf ('onrtoissioner Fcrnaiidina Ii>tt. hairs tf :'sly ('. A. NOS l-K: :2.)$,:: lf3: YrmmdUw, Y x


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I THE FLORIDA Mutuou. are other expenses within the direct: control SUGAR CULTURE. PAYMENT IN SCRIP .1 TI'.ll'- in 1881 1, payable in money ; $0,800( salaries) :

t Tl -=-.:::- -.-. .- .. .- -- -. .. -- -= :'c.c'': ..., .: of the l legislature, and which they! can in* The immense increase In the demand Jll ."l' IX MONEY.PAST of judicial'department) payable In scrip! as
: create! or decrease.! The number members against $37,713 in 1881 1. payable in money ;
: : forlIgal' both
in 1
BATUIWAr, Al'KIT. !) 1S8L rope ami t this! $MXt for general payable in scrip, as
: rintlg.
.5.01 of the legislature had been unwisely' increased country, has given an impetus to the ASH "'iiiC5ET.e against $' .OOO ) payable in money ;

THE: SCRIP QUI STIOX. more than one-third.; The pay; ofmomnbems culture of every description of saccha \\ rcpublisli very cheerfully an article nothing fur stationery for the executive department

l The Econnnut, of the 2d lust., repuhliMics I I in the old scrip! times never ex rine-producing plants, and beet sugar in En- from the Fernundinu Mirror oil the Disad. as against $500 in 1881 ; $2,117.4
in 1S17 to Little printing and
.. article l'e'cl1ll'lx dollars )per day, equivalent (then and the in this vantageof Scrip, in opposition! to views I\
rope sorghum
,: our upon depreciated scrip, mid answers ('olllltrIm'l' which have found expression in The 7>moniM. binding Thompson's Hgl..t, as! against $8,000.
\ Iarr at length our comments upon the to about three dollars' in greenbacks} and been developed to the place profitable Industries Whenever we fall Into error whetherof In 1881 to somebody printing IL'it haulbinding

I eonnm &t', views, us expressed In u previousIssue mileage was the same then as now, ten cents )but nothing has! or probably ever fact or opinion' we shall rejoice: to be corrected New Digest.
I I in per mile. In persisting in keeping Up their will be cultivated which Is and. certainly to 110 one would we One thought more, ami but one, lest Wuwean'
a kindly! spirit. The question Is of ( valuable( or so friend of the Jflrror( and his reader .
ing I be I Indebted\ for instruction i as our
own to six dollars more gladly
I sufficient importance to he fairly discussed, pay per day payable in important as the sugar-cane of the tropics! fewllrem rel'al'ahleofgiving it, than our ?, should he do us the favor of republishing .

; 1 and we publish: the Economist article In full greenbacks, and borrowing money to pay it, : the cultivation of which, in the United friend of!so' many years the editor of tiiatIuler. ) :
novci and then increasing the taxes of the people States is confined the It was precisely! such contrasts and comparisons
M showing one view of the question, taken to states of Louisianaami
I one mill to meet the amount, (the legislatureare I Florida. has According to the Mirror, as we understand. as the foregoing( between the administration
by able and Sugar never been cultivated
: an journalist lawyer whom we of Stearns ami the anMiellum
it how
any rate of taxation no matter excessive "
to criticism.
We think
it I
J know to have the )best interests of the State open was a in Florida to any extent as an export or burthensoine!' ii preferable even ton Whig all Democratic administrations, presented

t I It *t heart.Vc cannot assent to the llconn- case where they should have limited. their crop, for the reason! that it has not, until re. temporary resort to State scrip for carrying to the \people of Florida in 1870 from
t to four dollars end of time State to the other by the
pay per day and actual mileage on the goverumtuuemmt.Ve therefore, one
foi mist' reasoning on the possessed the facilities for ) suppose
scrip question transportation -
t and not created the necessity for raising I, if official salaries ami legislative and printing press by the editor of tIls paper, and by
} although we arc quite in accord with its so necessary! for so bulky a crop, and expenditures had been made sufficiently others far more elofuent. that aroused Democratic -

tI.i mto< views on the importance of an economical : taxes.! The legislature could have reduced because the machinery: hitherto used was so monstrous to have furnished. a pretext to the voters effort which

,I. administration of the State government.The the length of their session to forty-five days expensive as to require a large capital to undertake administration!' for double the late appropriation hurled the Radicals from power. Was it I
without detriment to their work, and saved I (the bill! and double our present increased fair argument? We thought so then ; we
point at issue is whether production. Attention has of
f or think and said as tinpeoples' -
one-fourth of their llittn. We rate of taxation our fri'lId'oulll hold that, so 110W.C though
I da not the appropriations made by the legislature per hope pub- late years been given to simplifying and nevertheless!' the tax-payer should;' equir- means of aying unc ability to pay.

i shall be provided for by t the levy of a sentiment will impress these ideas! upon cheapening the machinery requisite! fort lie ed to pay: the increased rate, as now, in )goldor and property on which to pay, had been reduced -
by our public servants. The cost of the session more" than one-half as the result of
tax sufficient to meet the amount required, grinding of the cane and converting the its equivalent, and denied such alleviation
t wi (If the l legislature was $70,000 over one thousand juice into of I Iii!' burthen as would ('ertllilllhe, given the war and carpet-bag rule, t their burthenof
or whether the obligations of Jhc Stale in j sugar. For the grinding of the him if he might pay in a medium less costly (taxationIhoul.ll'l'rtaillh': not be ten times
3 I the shape of state warrants shall be is-slied per day. A reduction of one- cane rollers have been manufactured of than gol.t"u'h\ ii our frill) Is horror of as great as before the war. We think so still.
ju. fourth of time alone would have made a moderate cost And, it rate taxation in Leon county'ln 1)i)( ().
against an empty treasury, to be hawked and which are quite effective.The I scrip. yet, was with ifs scrip (greenbacks Tie
sc difference of $18.500 at six dollars per day, old boilers have been ,) iinf with ol.lur silver I therefore. not and county, was about 21! mills it innearly
Around for awhile until Mich volume I is superseded! by the
times uuow.Tullaha.'eer.ICKS0XEILLI
th and at four dollars would have with money or the equivalent of money, ten as great
readied. as to call for funding the outstanding ) )per use of evaporators, and. the processes simplified ) /- that the United States 1 for., nineteen years: Kconomist.

I indebtedness state bonds, the interestof brought!; the amount saved up to about $315,- and Improved. A diversified! industry four of t them years of fearfully expensive\

riF which is added to the yearly burden of 000, or about the amount of the increased i is important' to the prosperity of state., and war, carried on the! operations: i ut' the !general ; C1T1' ELECTION.

tax. we are satisfied that government, paid': officers paid legislators) The Ticket" was elected, with
III taxation, with the principal resting as a debt no more important adjunct and lIpportc.ll1rlllit.'i. 1III1II1:1\'il'lIl: hut ourfriend "leol'le's
I But, said. a respected friend who was a j to the planter's \be introduced the exception of the ( marshal, and
to be hereafter .paid or repudiated by an Impatient crop cim will \perhaps say these! were days ofevil 'olcror. "
people. The remedy to be sought member of the body. I could not nllbrd to than a general cultivation of the foIlI ar-l'ane and. t that t this )greenback or scrip !system one alderman. The AYir*, which seems to

diS against increased taxation, we insist, i is in reduced leave my business and stay there at less than on a liberal scale. of t the United. States:! government was but owe claim, in a mild way,.to he Republican inpolities
I: six dollars day." That be but feature of Republican misrule and of the
per may so, few before the said
days :
'. expenditures. and a l'lellon.
1'ay as you go keep same lIIi"l'llie\'oU'4l'1Hlracter as all the rest.: !
ri.f: within your income. The error of the legislature !' others could have, been found equally competent I'ROVOSElt CON VINTION. So be it. Then we carry him to a date anterior The municipal contest is (coming on apace.

I in the who could and the legitimate expense The State legislature at Its last session :: to t the origin; of Ihe Republican I party' On Mondanext the citizens of Jacksonville -
01r 1 1I was creating necessity for increased -
I, of board in Tallahassee is not over two dollars having failed to give an additional appropri- when quite another party had ('ontrolof the will determine by their votes whether
taxation. general ami Democratic administration the city government, for the incoming year,
I and ation to the
less. enlarge duties and
per day, probably averages usefulness! of be
j The fallacy of the }; ( ,.omiJlt'8 I is was in power in Florida and shall Democratic or Republican. This!
n ) argument We require jurors and witnesses to serve the Bureau of Immigration ; and having appointed our friend, and others, with whom he and after ni is said and done, i is the issue, glossit

< in considering that the taxes would he made at $1.2. )per day. and many a man gives Mr. Robinson, Manatee county: any of-us might feel proud' to have )been associates \ as they wi with conservatism! or

? less onerous to the tax-payer it the comp time to the public service for a compensation commissioner, vice Hon. S. French, resigned, were her law-makers ; and when all any other ism. a square fight betweenthe
f troller's warrants were below To make t the State's! expenses were not only payable, two parties for the mastery, whatever
par. far less than his time is worth if it has been
employed) suggested! by an enterprising antilromliiument hut Wl'raic1 in scrip : times that were not the subterfuges:! or however skillfully the
(thc argument good it would be requisite to in his'prl vate business. citizen of tie St. Johns river evil. Will I he \permit us to refresh his mind hook may be baited to cat'h'ote .

show that all the tax was payable in scrip, We entirely concur with the FlorMiun that country, that East: Florida comprising the by taking i him hack to I 1817, the administration The importance, then, of every conscientious -

I whereas the fact i is that only three-fourths we must provide for the payment of our necessary Indian river section and Orange, Volusia t i of Governor Moseley! and laying before Republican being up and doing is ap

of it can be HO paid. Next, that the warrants \! expenses, but we nope it will concur him the rl''orllof the h' iCll1tureofthat year, parent. Minor party difference and personal -
Putnam St. Johns and Du\'nll'ounties
with us that when the expenses are greater hold he being one of its members none of whom animosities should be huh't.! to the
I: t should be K current and for such amounts than necessary and can be curtailed the responsibility a convention no distant day, in (the cause were more.useful than he ? end that an undivided frolt may bo presented -

that any tax-payer could avail himself of lies upon the legislature to curtail of immigration transportation etc.. eitherat With the )present administration of 1881 1 and victory secured.

the depreciated scrip to meet his taxes. Now, expenditures and reduce taxation. Sanford or alat.ko.-Stn.t/I Floridaour- and the legislation which spoke its will its It is captious to employ a mild t'fl. toexcept
executive and 1 legislative i to the ticket or part or parcel
nal. judicial expenses, any
in of t fact the number of issued
point warrants thereof that it has been the
st WIIAT1IECOMES OF TIlE FOREIGN appropriations ami taxation, payable in now adopted by
during the year 1880 was only about IMMIGRANTS ? Eat Florida according to the above, is money( we propose, to contrast the administration party through its representatives in convention -

t 1,000, while the number of tax-payers was that part of Florida "comprising the Indian \ of 18-17 with corresponding expenses, asHcmblcd.The \
The following statement, from the New river section and Volusia Putnam appropriations, and taxation payable in
probably 30,000. Again, these warrants, Orange, people seemed, however, of a different

to the extent of three-fourths of the total York Htraltl, will enlighten a good nriny of St. Johns!, and Duval counties." The Agricultural scrip. Here di'IIIIII1lJ it is1SlPer : mileage members mind, ami have chosen ticket based

Amount were issued in sums of over $100. So our people upon the subject directing for- )published in Volusia county, says Legislature............... $13,019.90! not upon party: but on the interests of the

that in fact only the largest! tnx-pnYl'r.u'1II1lcl cign immigration to Florida. It is questionable Kustc.ru: Florida is composed of the countiesof 1817-Per diem and mileage members community. It is a source of gratification/

.t.ti i avail themselves of scrip to pay their taXt'!!. whether, in any event we should derive Suwunee Columbia, Alacbua, Levy, I Legislature.... ............ I 10,031.00 to know that all of our principal cities and

Hut as the history! of our State financial ]legislation much: benefit from the ordinary class of Baker, Nassau, Duval, Dradford, Clay, Putnam Difference i ...............................-.. 33,888.30- towns have in the spring elections, emancipated -
North-of-] uroI'O laborers, and as a rule the St. Johns and Marion and South themselves from considerations
shows' the result' of an over-issue of ; 1881-Per diem clerks and other I partisan -

1-1t warrants has always been to produce a Italian and Soulh-European; I immigrants do Florida is composed) (If the counties of Hernundo employes! ........................... 8, til.OO) and chosen municipal governments
pres.sure not belong to (the valuable agricultural class, Sumter Orange Volusia Ilrcvard 1847-Per uiem clerks and otheremployes the higher of interests.
in favor of funding, and the bonds of class of the ...;........................ 1,701.00 upon plane public
the cities.
!but to poorer The Polk fManutee Monroe and Jacksonville Tallahassee
( HlllsborougJi, Gainesville and
the State are Issued! for the lace of the warrants --
which diffusion of information by pamphlets published Dade." The Journal calls itself the tinuth Difference.................................. 6i.);.no Key West have conservative municipal
with interest home to
comes III foreign languages would, it seems Florida Journal and is in the habit of speaking 1881-Legislative: printing............. 14,500.00' bodies., Fernandina i is also to be governed
the tax-payer at last! ; to be paid, principal 1847-'Legislative printing............ 1,177.00
to be the most practicable method of
us, of its section us South Florida. The in the interests of the have: no
and Interest.Ve are paying now $$OiO, ) per leul'll''e

year Interest.' If we look at the class' of per- reaching the better class of Kuropean immigrants former re'p! <,commissioner of immigration I Difl'erence................................ 13,38:5.00: : : doubt that the result Talahasoee: and
: ( '.' Volusia, one of the so-called 1881!: -Salaries! in Executive Department Jacksonville is an indication of the feeling

sons to be affected by this redundance of Where doall the Immigrants go to? What counties of South }"Florida. ; the newly-ap : .......................... 10,700.00 among property holders that the control of
scrip unprovided for, we find that of (the agents arc ut work to transfer them to the I 1817! -Salaries in Executive: Department ) '

$280,000: :! ) appropriated only $10,;{"I belongs interior or to provide them with homes! or I'Uillh'tll'OIUOlI iol1l'r, M Ir. Ilobinson: resides : .......................... 4,200.00: the ignorant ali vicious cla'CI, who claim
which labor? These are questions that naturallyarise. III another of the South Florida counties, -- office for party services or for their color.foresha.lows ,

to the executive department, The great railroad companies, and a according to the AyricultiirM. The northern Difference................................ 15,500.00( a great evil which jiiu"t btt
i is the only class of salaries which the 1881 Salaries: in Judicial
small host of agents under them in and out -:: Depart1817Salaries \
i i Economist complains of. The main loss! of Castle (Garden: here at home and scatteredover boundary of Florida runs in part on latitude ment................... ............ :37,713.00 arrested. ____ ___ ____ ,
: do this work l'lllel:1mllllnke\ 31. Key West is in latitude 21.30: ; geographically In Judicial Depart
would fall the witnesses' and jurors Europe, HONOR TO
upon it profitable to themselves. Jly the line between' Manatee, Polk mentDifference ............................... !IIOO.OO! TENNESSEE.
and the judicial salaries, while the loss! very the lines the competition'among -- The legislature) of Tennessee: has passed the
steamship: passage and counties would about
would nut touch the )pay of the legislature, money now for the steerage averages Hillsborough ......... ............... ........ 27.813.IK' ) bill I 1 for refunding the !state debt upon basis

as they had provided for their own payment about $2.\: according to the ports from which equally divide the peninsula, Orange and IX) )General i Printing, Arc............ S.noo.OO of par, with interest at three 1 cent.
emigrants sail. but fully twent .-t'e Volusia 1 lying in the northern half. If the J8I7-General Printing. &c. .......... MJO.OO per
In greenbacks by u loan. What advantage percent Arkansas put down the repudiation scheme
of this goes into the pockets of agents. people of the river counties can promote immigration --
o could, there then )possibly! ho (to the )people of Still it is a profitable business: to stcumslnpcompanies. and assist the State authorities, Difference................................ 4,200.00 some time since. I is loin order for Virginia -

the State l h)' issuing redundancy of scrip : For example t the 1Ireml'n( steamer 1881-:Stationery::; Executive: I Department to repudiate t1aImone anti his Readjust
Wrer the 21st freight of no one can reasonably object to t their doingso ................................ 500.00 and take
with the !sole view of its depreciation Apart brought on ee, her own honor into her hands
1.2IH souls and these at $ 'O a head would although we see 110 connection between 1817) -:Stationery:: Executive: >epart-
,from its lack ot'I' sound financial basis, it $21,000.) It is! much the same with the the of commissioner and the mentDifference ............ .................. ......... by the passage of a bill satisfactory to her

I would bo in the nature of n repudiation of pay railroad companies. There: has )been great change proposed ................................. 500.00 creditors.

its obligations, somewhat akin to the moral rivary! among them to get the transportation : meeting. 1881-Printing New Digest........... 8,000.00
f;. z / emigrants. And although (they have HI.17I'rinting.HiIlI1illg( Thomp GERMAN IMMIGRATION TO THISCOUNTRY.
fctatus of the man who knowingly draws his entered into u compact to charge the same SENATOR VANCE'S HEF1NITION.In son's Digest! .................... 2,117.45 : .

drafts upon bank in excess of (the moneylie fare that I is. $13: to Chicago-they still use Thursday's debate in the Senate the The dominant desire
has !; Difference................................ 5.882.55 I of EiniscrurViliiamii's
deposited.The every available means through agents, runners following colloquy occurred : loyal subjects l is to get out of Emperor: Wil-
Economist seems to )bit arguing for a boarding house keepers) and others to Mr. Rollins, referring to the fl'mnrklllllade Now, either (1o'rllorIosele\' and the liam's domain as speedily as possible.:
get hold of these emigrants and their dollars. : legislature which curried out this policy i'i The old monarch at Berlin is
not the
State showing (that the Mr. Vance about carpet-baggersin.mired actual -
depreciated scrip by by )
I ast! January ami before this pooling 18)' J7 were grossly!' to !blame then, or Governorllloxhain / : :sovereign of the German lire.
it for to live cia The
certain departments of the State made bad how long: was necessary a man \ and the legislature which curried \
expenses agreement was rivalry brought in Southern State before he would he recognized consolidated I despotism that has been crvstulizcd -
government arc great. Wo full to l see! the down the far to $3 to Chicago. JJy tht'IIgrl'l'ment u us anything but a carget-bagger. out his |M>licv in 1881 tire now. It is impossible around Ids throne is lot his work.
the benefit of the low rate of fare, to say that two policies no directly antagonistic He is a man of :
relation of the premises to the toiiclutuu.Scrip :\t1r.'aiwe: replied that if became with a j generous and tender
as it is called will bo confined exclusively were both wise You may us well sympathies' incapable IIU\l'li
hours would do. but if cruel
trunk twenty-four
liabilities tuxes op
represents ; representassets. after the 1st of April) to newly arrived immigrants with and hunted say that the traveler: towards the North Star, pression that is perpetrated in his

1 How increasing liabilities will increase :: that Is. nil others will be charged! the around lie came the purlieus a carpet-bag of the cities looking for and he who journeys toward the Southern As (emperor he is a shadow and myth lalll.a ,

the assets, we are unable to )perceive.We usual second! rate fare of$17.: the colored man\ to cooperate with him in (Cross are both going in the l same! direction.We mere name to conjure with P.ismarck is
I It is said that fully three-fourths of (the hours have mentioned who was governor in the real ruler.
alike to u tl'prl'Clutlo'tlcrip cheating the people, twenty-four
are opjHjsed immigrants on their arrival hold prepaid 1$-t7'e will now recall the names i>f some To keep up un enormous
J I and to increase of taxation, !but prefer the would not do. of the legislators who made that atlhXI'
tin passage tickets to the different points of destination Mr. Call challenged any Republican Senator years ap have !been piled so high that the labor; of
1 latter to the former. A sound public opinion in the interior of the country. Hut to produce evidence to prove there had I'tnl'riaticll18lml levied its taxes.: HesUUs Germany cannot carry the load. The emirc -
t notwithstanding that the agents and runners our friend, we find .the names (mfV.. A. Forward )> bus been almost
t must bo relied uion to net upon future been either intolerance, ostracism or violence } conYrtell into a camp
!. afterward circuit and
for the railroads are intensely anxious", supreme court The energies of time
and correct (the errors of (the of any kind on. account of.political: .. people and the llrdutII
legislation to sell tickets and pocket the commission.! judge ; S. L. Hurritt, the ablest member of their industries have been
opinions in Southern" state. lie men I employed but
I past. The commissioners of emigration tried to I went into un ,exhaustive history carpetbag the Ja'kun\'le bar at anytime in its history one purj
I stop this, and asked: the railroad companies governments dwelling ut some lengthupon alllll'JO". then of ColunmbiaE. ; This 1 is why the German people, in tinpri.ceuleumteti '
:. D.
business in Castle Garden cease: : I Tracy ; > afterwards
INCREASED TAXATION. doing paying the corruption and infamy which befouml Immbr.c. are leaving their old
commissions but did not succeed. Nothing I prominent in California judge there ; J. homes to
The increase was made with great reluctance hail characterized those governments.He homt a chance for
11. Lancaster afterward circuit
will stop it, probably, but legislation. Mr. IMair judge nail onour a better life! in the United States.
by ,
ami only after it had been demou I ( was frequently interrupted court Ellas lilackburn They
rated that the rate im|>osed! in lj9 and Seventy-live percent. of the immigration to who asserted that cari)et-bag governments Joshua T II IPll'I1 ; General John and !bring but little money, but they* have stroii*'
I this ,, the Custlehirdeum! people say, goes of the ; arms, )I industry and
mills unless the taxable resources of port had assisted materially the prosperity They make
I860 ((7 ) I Scott, of : ; Thomas Hagner, a brilliant
dlil'tlorth" \larillJ good
that citizens and
the State should materially increase, would to the Wl'stl'rlll'ltatl's.1111l1 I South.) lie denied that the right of suffrage by death there is room enough for
most desirable class of immigrants, Mich as and criticized Ilglllight. extinguished ere all that ('. Hut should
not meet the expenses, and a resort to the : ; ; was! restricted the South, lhm John L.Crawford cm they leave Ger
splendor ; the
of the avowedor
on other
entries registered side
farmers. The the laws which in many of the
U h again become a necessitywith with great earnest: the ocean and
scrip system opiilur of '
intended destination at Castle Harden do also present secretary not undertake to establish
I Ie their
; that
manifold evils in the of Massachusetts did restrict right. distinctive
all 1 its shape Mate ; A. E.: Maxwell, member of United
facts. For nationality in _
0 not precisely represent the in that State" had 'tnuerica.Vo do
debt and ultimate issue charged} that many'ot'nt not want
crlp[ rings, floating States Congress, senator of the Confederate
men to for
their run office
of bonds to absorb outstanding warrants or instance 137,501 reported been deprived of a free ballot by the influence Congress, court judge, us Germans or us
11 be doubt supreme clrult. court men. I is time for Jhh-
York'hl'lI there can no of nil I
New influence ,
as and the cori I to
the of by
a Jieavy increase of taxation to same money" judge, known and honored all men ; the People. .lerll'l1l.
afterward went toother
care not
of these
/ end. Tbe legislature wisely concluded that that a large part Then the Western States, to I i po rat ions. ___________- I HOW venerable John Chain. of Santa Rosa, for that"I bus nothing to Jo man was' born-
states. with his
to avert this the people would prefer u tem of (mini- :. ali the last whom we shall mention one uiMst man-
the which, as is well known the IltlUJ"EXTlI'l: OFsc.IULEr1'vI'El llcI- lt we that all who adopt this
small increase trusting property alike by reason of what he has done
porary Kansas as their
country home
Wisconsin. .
I Illinois shall
grants go-as that the follow. be Americanized
return for the future would enable the credited in timeaggregate .: A correspondent writes and what he bus suffered, .IQricla should h,1 their | The .
Nebraska! and Minnesota-are (VCIIIP9
< mot
next legislature to reduce taxation to a rate The I hug receipt comes from Dr. Elliott: a son! of never cease to honor, Cl'neral .u. Allison I prescriptive
than10.000. commissioners hnow.2tptliiigi m
below that iinjiosed for the last two year*.- with less I I Georgia, who ,! The e, and others, are the men ha : we had in thN _
in their retort I'Uth. largest the late ItUhop Elliott saysIt who legislated for theirjl''r. I l'Oullry bC1 against native %America
10/lJridian. of the immigrants. for residence fever un.leH'1\ !! 1847, voted by those \', masted l J
best iiurt go i ito is: a preventive of scarlet themselves for their services on rIUlln. "*- f I
The Floridian ably argues the propriety of The land companies, I $111.\r payable tiomuahity '"to politics.-
States. I
the Western
legislature providing meeting the ex- or great proprietor and the railroad of the ;! where the disease) has been contracted it j jmodifies in scrip, against $0 a day in 1831, I 'a'I I I'I UaAhiI9'0 .
the I Igoi.I Its if taken : "One ounce of tile in money ; who'ot'l.1 and Southern
do severity 1.0 sle
I !but we' West which hold large land grants. a TIt! Farnter'n Monthly
of "the !State' government odd dollars as the total of and
IIOUM* deal through agencies in turning the : sulphite of sodium in three pints of water. J! |lor We the
think it begs the question when by implication or another. ,. mileage, payable in scrip, a against nearly acknowledge receipt ofthu admirable -
tide of immigration to one point A teaspoonful| three times a day for children I $H.OIO in 18S1, payable in money ; The
that thieexpensesofthieState : the :OOOOU upward of immigrants $1.0 ariculu."ljoural present number -
it assumes If or I: adults." and
ansi a tablespoonful far legislative employes, ) ) (
for 'absoluteand which the Castle Garden people estimate corks rtulb of some very valua-
government to be provided will arrive in Itwi be worth to the country, The writer can testify to the value t'f the'I in trip. as :: ,-t, in ISS'i, payable ble experiments made by Trufessor -
We admit that the $1,117.(16 for legislative Browne
necessary excuses. according tn jwlitical economists: $t.M 00 a above preventive. It has been used at the money ; in the use of fertilizers
on ttI bonded debt, the salaries xed head we shall have the present year; mini I with payable in scrip. against $H.5 lrlntni'I' applied to various
Interest University of the South at Sewanee i-n- money ; $4,200 for salaries crops. and other
1 1I of the asylum for the this source an addition to the national interesting articles. It N .
the expense in -against
tartiuent, scrip
law payable
'IIMUM.by! are *U Iiece.sar7 excises ; but there 'wealth of $500,000,000. I tire succtv. | published by J. ii. r.ti, Savannah, C*.

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A j 0 i; it x A St. Augustine early in the morning which of organized :and enrolled militia: of this JA.MT.S: MrUIFI'lX.MONTHACTOU ,_,, I.CHnJ\

KEPT: BY was frosty t the ground being covered with :a State, commanding such officer to call out I AND] IHMLDEU: h. t,
-----'l---- the his command / I Iludl1l1 EJEWELRY.
under and
troops to : : .
JOHN HARTIUM or ..\ white hoar frost Wo tra\cllcd t It" (Jrecn- I
I with I all possible promptness\ to suppress ) '
Botanist to His ( vvood's hou(', where we lodged I. the road'CI'l' <\ such insurrection, mob, riot, im1.il'nassembly .\ \ Street, between Second mill Third, r :::. FIIOM FIHH SCALE.SEA :,

for the Florida ; \\ \('r't, by reason! of much rain that or resNlanee to the execution of FEKNANDINA] FLA.Orders .

rrox lately fell ; here llh cr'c.1'r)" large oaks I the l.nvs.SIUTIOX. and estimates: 1'1'011I1Ii tlllll'l' carefully I MEAN\( SEA :SHELL: !
-,.4' Journey from St. Augustineup : :U, That any officer commanding \ attended! to. :v.5-tf!: t I
magnolia, ti'1l1l\tn11l11l'rA near 1H( foot high, ,
body of organized or enrolled\ I militia,
the River :'t. Johin.) any : r II PALM NUT ALLKIATOU( TEETH.
and guilandinab 30 ; these grew on a high receiving such order in writing, shall immediately O. S. OAIi.S.: ] I
bluff 8 10 foot above the surface of the notify the! officers ami, men under 1 'tJ i '
With Explanatory: Notes. or j C Also, FHATIIEU: }FANS: \M: FEATHER:
his l'II'l1Im.lII'alld\ !Iaalll'ro.'t'I'.I.! as I'nll111" AND! IUMI.DEU: ;
river, which rises! here I is indies at high water his troops can be assembled] to the place /ON'TjiArrrou FLOWERS, RANE(! :: STICKS,

TUBINTRODUCTION.I: and \in dry seasons; is sometimes brackish where uch mob or bodv of riotous person! M tSt'EA'T('RE9Mtltl.lIN(1S SEA SHELLS: ETC.

) but in wet is drinkable to the Tow-ford, or \persons assembled to Weak the law may \ ( : \1tl.lCKI'l'SS.111'1I.tXllhPIuNI:11 : :: : ] I'or sale I\I\lll11l\lle to order. ...

As my view in publishing the account of which is 12 miles )below this: and about 21 other be. and lie officer or the aec.ompan.ving sdiorilFof the county him, shall, or : HALUSTEUS.! \: : NEWELS: : 1'. w. AXSMY: .

r 1 Eust-Florid.i WIto make the nation ucgtlainte11v'ith from its mouth warn peace all !such\ 'persons combining to break STAlll TUOIMIHS.HAILS: : ,:SHEATIIINl WOOD: HAVES-!, 10 Centre St., bet. Second and Third. -1

the importance of that colony :120th. :Set: out for Roheit) ]}:n-b''C!' whose the law, or to WHATI1EKHOAUD1N : ------ ---------- -' -
and its natural advantages beyond' the son the Governor had ordered, to take us upto act, to desist and to'di! pcr e, and if such ( ,\MiFLOOUIN(5. ;,0T It Y .,. '
shall not then disperse,
rest of the continent of North-America, I search for the head of the river :St. John's ; persons lie hlIlIl"1' such force as may I be necessary: 1

feel a particular satisfaction: in finding I that and having: necessaries provided\ I, my !on I to restore "peace and overcome resistance. Sluir und Church Work
my (,11IIea\'ours1a\'e !heen unsuccessful, William, 11((1'. Yall's1111: 31( r. D.ivis, embarked I: Any otlicer failing to comply with I the provisions 4 W. LOH MANN'SFAMOUS: 1
section shall be of A :SPECIALTY.\ \:( 1 .j
of this guilty a
und that the prejudices of the public against in a battoe ; )(1', Daisas not onlyto f
misdemeanor. : nnd shall be punished by\ lint
Florida, which seemed !six months ago to he conduct us: but also to hunt venison for I not exceeding, live hundred\ ,dollars and by DOOKS: ; AND WINDOW FHAMF.SOF I : ( :::!- '1

insuperable, arc so much abated, that t no us, being :a good hunter, and his Negro was imprisonment not, exceeding six months, ALL :SIXES.Post : '!
both at the discretion' of till court,, : Office )Jinx: ,: 171. Prepared<<
longer/ wish! for a more impartial enquiry to row and cook for us all the Governor one or i 110"1'J\J
and may also be cashiered I by sentence I of' jan .\, \, !Fl.i.LANDRETHS': I \
than is at present, made ,by the public, after j bearing our expcnce.s.Ul i court-martial. --
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the value and real' consequence: of the Iii tier. : : Thermometer 71 I I1. :M.( The wind :SK Ttov :.. Tllat11: \' officer\ non-comnii-! I
I stoned officer, or private\ wlll.hlll he notified C ONLY FIVE: CENTS}: PER .POUND.
eat parts of that country blew from tho south right against u:", so .l

In order to gratify the curiosity of the I strong that we could not advance: ; so staidat i, the by purpose his commanding of aiding officer tho civil to assemblefor authorities I

speculative, and to give all possible satisfaction : Mr. ]Davis's!: who walked with us about I as provided I in tint preceding, :section, SEEDS BEST d
to the enquiries of those who are desirous his land, on \\hich grew very large: evergreen and who shall fail attend \promptly\ at thorcndftvous 1784 If not wad torc.ur town you 1881.. (;-tr AT OLD I', O. IUI1LDING.JOK )
unless! prevented l 1 by physical oangnttherobrna.l.ltrop -. -- --- .
to judge of the nature of the soil and and water oaks, magnolia: liquid amber \ us a .lv Ml n..,, for late I' \
inability, shall bo lIiltof a misdemeanor, Ingu.AndPria... ., .... .
> TA Old cuulmott
.wir.& 1 PRINTING( in everv style and nt
climate of East-Florida: and to compare the red bay1 :21! foot diameter\ and \UK and !>hilll". punished\ by; lino not exceeding Grmrpr AV1UL.L" in An I'iiftmi"IC. ,0;:,,,,..& I lowest rates at the Ntiituou(a office

advantages and disadvantages of settling high, and some curious shrubs and plants live hundred dollars, and l Ity 1 imprisonment : AO\F,11nLAnAPA. ,
1 there, I publish the following Journal ; we never r1een'cdbeforewith h u orange-trees not exceeding{ six months, one or both, al -

from which, such men as: are nccmtomcd to amongst them, largeanthoxylunr1 and I Il'urplc.lwrrh.1 the discretion: I I. That of the the coiut.SMVTIOV troops. so called out :IMPORTANT NOTICE !

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judge of countries and soil to consider the .
i baj shall bo' considered, l for the limo being, in

principles of vegetation, and to observe: the ;I 221.:!: TnerinometiT', wild':S. W. Clearedup actual service, and shall bo' governed I by therrtiries ._---------

Minilarity of produce in similar climates-, and we set out from t1(r.Itavi I> i s ; but the ; .:.1'IOI'1.i of war. That nl'the all United laws and States parts: of laws '

will conclude a great deal, and men of no wind turning south again and blowing hard otmtlict with the provisions of this net bo J'l KYDD /.

knowledge or experience in these matters against us, we rowed but a few miles, then and the same are hereby repealed.Approved .

will infer very little.Mr. landed and walked on shore, found pretty l February ITS, 1 INS"1. Are receiving! immense additions to their already largo stock of

John llartram, a native of Pennsylvania evergreen, which produces nut-: or stones as An act to provide: for the appointment: 'ol

the Author of this Journal, I is well big as acorns: and good to eat, and perhaps boards I of health for i incorporated! I cities' SPRING, AND SUMMER' GOODS

known, and well respected in the learned may be improved<<1 ,by iiiltuiv to be near as I and towns in this State containing!: three .

world, as an able Naturalist ; his knowledgein good almonds ; it bears: plentifully.grows hundred Tit,. I'etytlt' 'or f moro tlif Mute registered) of l-'lnritl voters., reprrtenteil Men's and Youth's Clothing
Botany has recommended him to the esteem 8 or 10 foot high, the \people call them' wild in ttrnutf 1If .Istembty, do enact aijfbllowf : I

and patronage of the treat, and has. 11 IIIl'I,for I thisshrub miutchreseulblesthat tree: Sr.cTiox:; 1. The 4 Governor: of the I State of FROM I LOW-PRICED TO FINE: IOUs
procured him the honour of being llot.tnist! here the Florida shall appoint, for every Incorporated -
grew chinquapins, middling ground this
city and town in State containing ,
to his Majesty for both the Florida. The being generally :UOO yards broad to I the three hundred I or more registered!: I voters Aboard i 1)RESSall: ISA full and complete stuck, consisting of SUMMER( Sl1.KS.:11.L11'4)0 .

usefulness of his Journal, in making knownto higher land, some little swamps' borderingthe : of health consisting! of live discreet! [. LACE: HUNTINGS, LAWNS, LINEN: LAWNS: I BAmmJ:: ;: and GRENADINES t : 1

the world I the nature of the country to small rivulets ; we encamped, saw A large persons, not less than two of whom t hall be t : HWI Issis'l'.t111.11':115,1'1"I'OR1A: :PERSIAN (LAWNS: al low prior<<

which it relates, is the best proof of the usefulness Alligator : The shores of the river are generally IIH'.li'ullll1I, to :serve acknowledged without pay.skill All and vacancies experience -- IIn.u",N In Summer NilltN, -from Filly Cents: upwards.Gents' .

of his appointment. very !shoal for above 100 miles, at :50 occurring shall ho filled by appointment
I The frequent discovery: of new plants and yards distance more or less from the banks, made by the ( ;iovernor.SKC. Fine Furnishing Goods a Specialty.Our ; .

herbs, in countries long settled, hews how : :2 The mayor: of the city or town and
the lovvish or middle ground between t the the chairman nit' the! board of county commissioners Improved Dollar Shirt is flirt b<<'He, unsurpassed in IH and quality .
necessary: : it i is that a new country !should bo swamp and pinelandisgencrallysandmixed : shall be ex-t>$ci> members I of said Hleuchcd nod Uro,,'.. CotloiiN at Wholesale Prices. I'mlt ol Loom at

seen, and.observed by learned eyes, in order with black, mould, formed from the rotting boards.! 10 that an not before tolerable Sit\ ::1. :Said boards: of health shall be appointed -
age may pass any of the fallen leaves from the thick brush and
case of splendid Standard 1'rlnlN at O eeiitM jard.jKO .
for t the term of four and per
judgment is formed of what it naturally years, n majority -
tall trees, which generally grow plentifully of the members :shall; constitute a quorum \\\> urn Agents: lor IHJVM.V: .V (0., (leading Clothiers New York City.Sprint .

produces, and what it is capable of producing. in this kind of ground, ; the palmettos likewise for the transaction; : of business.SKC. \ ; :Samples! now readyM; : "i ,styles.-sixty of them from $ I5 (o #:25 per ....alt.Fit .
grow pretty plentifully between these .1 Said I boards: of health, as thus created guaranteed.
Nobody is uninformed that Carolina shall have full power to nit in regardto
middle grounds and pine lands.Liquid all matters pertaining to the! \public .1--\ visit to our establishment: will convince you that, while wo do not sell
p'ttlltlnear half before' grain of
u century ti health and vital statistics, and i is empowered inferior rice was sown in it, the it is now the staple a amber, Sty raeillua, Lin.Spec. to make such rules: and regulations us they << .
commodity of the colony ; it might have American gtnn-storax-tree: with a maple- may deem necessary! for its government and 1
I leaf called aNo swect Mommies( 1 in O" dSs> T. 3E3L"SriDI: >
wanted that basis of its present importance : -gunn. lire! protection of the public\ health abate ,
his history Mexico: calls this: tree by the nu'ttol'nuisanetsstool the jurisdiction New York Otlico, I N.E.: Cur Centnt and Third Sts.,
to this hour, had not an accidental] remnant name of liquid amber, where he says it growsto : of each board; of health shall extend to the \ValkcrStreet.:{ : J J 1""tl' {{ Fcrnandina, FU.S .
of rice on board] a ship, that had victuals:' a vast height ; and that haisrun, wounding boundaries of tin county in which it i is located
with it, been presented to a planter] whohappened its thick spongy bark, the :. (lows out, und in case there bo:more than one such
of the same scent with -torax. See Casp.I.: i board, in county jurisdiction of each
to sow a little of it for an expertinent. IlauhPita. p.50! :!. Thiilrcegrolvsriot only in shall extend: any to II' line midway between' ;A.3NT33ORIST & IrOY'-l:

How long! was England, this active, Mexico, but, in the prrute-s plat: of North- them. . .
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enterprising philosophical' nation, uninformed America: from I the Floridasto New-York ; it SKI-, 5. In all matters, of quarantine said I
of the of clover yields valuable balsam: in propoition\ to boards of health shall loathe same pnu'\, .
uses -
turneps, potatoes
the heat of the climateit grows: ill. Some excellent ers as are conferred upon boards of health in I
itc. without which its present inhabitants specimens of it have been 04)1: iitttl) in the provisions of an act entitled an act to H
would be at a loss: for subsistence? I'' Georgia lately. provide uniform a svtem of quarantine in CD.
hope that such instances these: !in times I 'h' (juilandina; dioicn, Linn. :Spec.: .Hfi l<;. lion- this :State, approved\, \\Iar<'h 11, 187!).
due or :\ NickarNnt.We two kinds of SEIThis act shall in no wise ho construed
past, will prevent the like in timu to come ; i this I tho West-India 1 I Islands thatare
geniiin r us repealing\, : section 1 of I\lIlH't entitled WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
and that intelligent men whose knowledgeis climbing: nlanls: ; one of them, is: thorny an act to provide a uniform system!, of ,
extended over the whole globe, will l'lI- and hearspoals' with round gray seeds: like quarantine In t this Slate, approved\, March 11,
deavour to multiply thcarticles\ of commerce marbles ; the other has no thornsand bears 1871)! so far as it relates: to cities: and townsof i ; 2
yellow seeds I of the same site with the former, less than; three hundred rcgi'ilcl'l'll'IIt'I". O
and the means: of subsistence in his )Jujty's (',,- ant are likewise: <:"1 by children to play I Al'pro'I'11JIIf'h: ( 7, lrfs.1. I

colonies, by t transferringtheuseful t trees: with. The one mentioned here, may be the By Rail Steamer, and Sail ,
same that (Olli.: tin llamel of Paris says
and from countries where
plants, grains, "
grows wild in Canada, and is male] and female l'run'lollnl HiiNliM'M' sl'urdt' ,
they arc cultivated, to those parts of America in different plants. This tree i is very --- .- bdO
where they are not but may be cultivated hardy in respect to cold, and esteemed one ,
i>uiivii: :
mi.: n. i .
equally well. I hope before long, to see of the rarest and most elegant hardy trees in I A LARGE STOCK OF
the English gardens growing erect with
Wisdom and Wealth assisting the
directing: large double] pin taterl leaves. 1 ENEItAL: COMMISSION MEUCIIANT,
hand of industry in East-Florida. Nature c Iauru3 Uorboniu, Linn. Siwc.: 5J5I.: Rod- C ,_
has been liberal in the distribution of her Bay-This tree makes excellent!/ timber for
tit l'llhillpt'llIakl'N.1II111 i is little inferiorto CKNIIIK :Sr.; "r.\It I K. H. 1 DKWT.FEUNANDINA : .
favours that and I Hatter very
country ;
upon mahogany: ; some trees of this kind are so 2
myself, we shall soon be thoroughly I sensible cloole-: grainel, that they are not to be distinguished FLA. i
tlf the benefit of them. from the best mahogany.: They ] FURNITURE ISIJ
The attention that, has been paid to thi ('ol- grow much larger near the ii-a-ooast than in i
the inner parts and will nllIl'f'I'UIlIOL beneficial Haj', <'orn. On'"!, Z I
ony, since the preceding account: was publi article of trade. -
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li! hed, sufficiently proves that neither the J Xanthoxlyon, Clava Ilerculis. Linn. Spec. :
A. W. IOIKKKI.1., J.Ml. T. W.U.KtU
Gentlemen I nor the Nobility of England, are HVi.Tooth-uch-trco.. I.illlla'u" observes: WAI.TF.K It. YATKH.10CKUELL I 8
deficient in enterprize, where an object that that this is t.11IlalllC there/ .* that grows ill Iii -.\ I
Japon, und is called Ser and Satlajo, /" : WALKEIl: YATES,
merits attention i"Il'et before them.
or Japon-pepper, where they use it toseason
When the account of East-Florida; was their food 1. as we do pepper and ginger. Viii.Ktempfer's (Col1\JUI.L.A Wti.Kr.ic: Jacksonville! \ ,) O GENERAL MERCHANDISE. !
' Amienitatcs. litl":. llesides this
first published, no more than seven petitions : )p. :
for grants of lands had been presented to the wood will ultmllL'IlInw( djc. AtlorncyH and Co..c.llor": I I II
The purple-berried Hais called by I
the Hoard of Trade in the of two PQ !
space Catesby a Ligiistnim or Evergreen: Privet ; I"INNIHJo'I.A.: : .
years ; and in the six months that have past )but Dr. Solander, who bus dissected: many ; I

since the publication of it, the petitions! presented specimens of it, both with blossoms: and Otlice adjutnhng'lerk of the Circuit Court. i iI O
them it U of olive it kY.:
fruit on says: : u species: :
amounted to no less than one hundred i is a beautiful evergreen-tree, with opjiositeliinceoluted
and twenty.A leaves: as long; us those of the W\LTEIC I K. Ym: Notary Public, til ItB
I r-<:
country unknown must, ifa paradise Redbay.SOMK: in:1:: CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.

elf, remain a it sart.! It is the happiness lIthe U. 1C. U\III' % ICUI1"
OF Till V?;ll' LA 11'A'. .\GY.. T, ,
present age, that an active spirit i is seen
An act to iiruvitlt for calling; out the organized WIIOI.KiU.C AM UKTAII.UTCH .
and that I
nil of
everywhere acquiring .
; means and enrolled militia of this State to S.
wealth and bettering the private condition i- aid the civil authorities KU: AND AsaIlculcr STOCK DEALEK: I

of life are sought after, and examined to The people of the State of I'lnllt, rt/rt*iltd In Ire. : ___ 1-
the bottom, so that nothing that really deserves Lit SfiiiUe aiui .fII*tIl&Uclf) matt a$ follow : -
attention remains long unknown, af SECTION J. That in any case of insurrection TENNESSEE: : : UEEF: : A SPECIALTY) SkSj3otLITH &ELOYT.
riot mob, unlawful assembly, or resistance DKOOJ* Hiutrr WiiARf,
ter the moans of information to become
are to the execution of the law of this j Slate; ,

at. und the civil authorities arc unable to blip-! l'j-tf. FEUNANDINA; FLA.
It requires an enlarged and unprejudiced press! such (insurrection riot mob, unlawful -
resistance to the execution of
';;. mind to form u L"lIIll'tellt| judgment of the assemblage, or : 11\ UT .V :0.: JtfURSERIES.
the laws, it shall tie the duty of the Jovern-- ,
nature and value of any country without ur of the State I if present, and in case the -
Hoeing it. The following Journal will, \ helpto Joverrior in not preMTit., it ishall t be the duty Importer und Wholrale. Dealers in
Tuol'I.ILustdSETllrnorlc.ll.: .'IUJI'r TIIDI'N: : HOMKN I>K:< ll)
manifest the natural advantages of this of the county judge of the county where -
such insurrection, riot, mob, unlawful assembly Foreign and l>onie<'ttlr
country, and the experience of every few or resistance to the execution of the IOI'N IUld'J'IUHUt: : :N Nil lUIBS stud ELlllb'181E: ; I.AXTS..

years, will make tin sutliciently sensible of laws: occur, or i if the county jmLje i ix not I'rultNUM, ..te-., --- .
the value of them. present, it shall be the duty of the theritTof *
the or the of incorj>ora- Niw. M, 57 and( t1! Market Street
WILLIAM HTOKK:, M. D. county mayor any Sl\\ uu CHOICE: ( : VARlini :S. lludUedfff orange Tree MADE SPECIALTY:
litniu heir
tent city or town within whose
nJOUItN'AI insurrection mob. riot unlawful assembly/ CHARLESTON.: SOU'fltHot.tS..\. --
or resistance to the execution of the lawn,
., Ac.UECEMIIEU may occur. to issue his order in writing to JF-tr Cun.hiiiuents of FIAMitiuUd Oat tSUYJI Htnd for Ihs.crlj'tlve Catalogue. -.
the 10th 1765. set out from the otlicer in command of the nearest body and prompt rrtunu mu-le. J-Ju AMIKKT I. HIDWELL: .


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:. TIn T1IIIEK DBA TUS.. unsuccessful!! and exceedingly annoying to ItnilroiulM. On Mail and Express: Train Cars (;. .'. .VERY', .
I'I'.lnck1lon. Sleeping r--
I The matter, however, was accommodated : ....--.- -... '-. -- .-----.----. .. .- -. run through to and from Jacksonville and

Lay the amid the flowers to rest, and very soon a treaty was regulated pOXDENSED:! TIME: CARD Savnnnnh ; also, Lucns! :Sleeping: : Cnrs run
tenderly with for the cessiou of
the Flor-
Smooth the dallied turf Spain -
above it ; through to und from Jacksonville and Tal
idas to the United States. Some after or TUB
Watch by the years
grave by memory's rays caressed lahassee.FERNANDINA!\ .
wards it transpired that Jackson was, in hU: ATLANTIC (GULF WEST:: INDIA 'IRANSIT ) HOARDING STAHLKS.; : :
operations the ] ) EXPRESS: : :!, (lAit.v.)
Recalling how we used to guard and love obeying secret orders of the :; RAILROAD LIVERY
it'from : President, and it was communicated: to him Leave Jacksonville........................11:15 I:J A. ar. '
its sweet dust fresh fancies awake that the member of the cabinet who moved PENINSULAR: RAILROAD., Arrive Baldwin ............................12:30: 1'. :M. ( .\HHLOl':4xn:: WAJONSTo =

'. Till a new dream its gentle semblance may take., in cabinet meeting his arrest was Mr. Craw ( M///0 Jirnnch,) Arrive Fernandina........................ 3:40: r. M. and from Steamers nnd Train" ,
t ford. Thin: caused an estrangement between ANICUMHERLAND) 1 eave Fornandina: ..?....?.............10:30::: M. CONTRACTS FOR HAUL1XO] Err.:

Tho' \passionate tears fall fast as summer these two rliCtillgulshcIll\Il'lI, which contin- : ROUTE.In ;. leave Baldwin .......... ..................... 1:20:: r. M.; ton MLE' :
ued until Jackson Arrive Jacksonville ......... .. .... .
ram, was ell'ctl'lll'rcahlenl, and ... 2:35:: r. M. 1IOH. I'Hl'JItE.:: HARNKSS.CARTS = ::; .
Where the dead Lore lies in eternal sleep ; Mr. Calhpun) Vice-President. Immediately J-/rcl J'rlmiary 1ft, 1SSO.COI.NU Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar Key AND WAJOXS.

Tho' life and joy may never wear again after their election Mr. Crawford, through; take this train. No train from Baldwin to; ,''TJon: 11-I C.ISiL't5Z
The glory buried with it dark and deep} ; Mr. Forsyth and James Hamilton, i>f New ; norm. Cedar Key on Sunday --OI1I'e) amid Stable-First Street, near .
Just for that dead thing's unforgotten bliss, York, informed Jackson that he had been Leave Atlanta, Gn... 2.15 r. :M. ( UNNl'TJIII.-\t;(! 'Baldwin with A., O. ,t: Urooin; Wharf. -19-tf
A chastened charm may: soothe a watch like deceived Ito! his action, and that StwasMr.! : leave Macon\ .. 7l.") I'. M. '\'. 1. T. R. It., for Cedar Key, Gainesville --. Street _
this. Calhoun who had moved his arrest and trial Leave Brunswick!'! Gn; .......... (0.15 A. M. and Fernandina and ) timid "-

I in the cabinet ministry. Jackson! gave Cat- Arrive Fernnndina: Phi..................10.15 A. M.: West ; nt Lak'l'Hfor Tallahassee" Albany\ ,
t But when the shrine where we have gar noun as his author, charging Mr. Crawfordas Leave Fernnndina..10.30:: A. M. Savannah, and all"points North nnd West ;

nered up being the minister demanding his arrest' rivo.Baldwin, : Fla. .1.25; I'. M. at Jacksonville with St. Johns IliverSteamia- GET THE BEST.
Trust, pride devotion-shivers atour feet and nn acrimonious correspondence between ers. j. s. MCELROY,
; leave Ikdduin\fop Jacks J\\i\ lc.:?.. 1.30::: I-;:
When poking} lurking in the loving cup, Calhoun null Jackson ensued, ending in a Arrive Jacksonville ) st. '\'. :M.. DAVIIWOX, Master: 1'rami'n. NEW '
Cum. Route .. ?
t. Turns into stinging gall what was so sweet ; rupture which was never after healed between ( .) ..2.35 p. M. Superintendent.JACKSONVILLE... = f01T/ON Y'
?: them. Leave Baldwin for Cedar; Key. l.f;0 r.:M: UN w rN

t\\ The acquisition of Florida put an end to Arrive Waldo (Junction P. 11. R) ... 4.111'. M. :: ] :. PEXSACOLA: AND=
'All the Year Kouixl. border forays of both Indians and whltt'A.loon Leave Waldo. 4..O r. M. ': RAILROAD. %7JS1PLT/

.. ._. h. .. __ after that section of Georgia known as Arrive Gainesville.. M" r. M. Mi'TEn: Tit';I(!" 1'0 UT.'TIn\1'R: OFFICE I ITtLMHtssEK ; "

THE ACQUISITION OF FLORWA.RKFKOT Southwestern Georgia was acquired from the Leave Gainesville!: 5.21)) p. M. FIA., February 3, II'I$O. j If you Intend some day to getWEBSTER'S
i In.1I311sa11l1 at onceoceu ncdhythewhites- Arrive Cedar Key. Ian! p. M. On and niter Monday, February 2, 1880,
adding greatly to the cultivated territory of Trains to Jacksonville amid North of' Baldwin passenger: trains of this road will run us follows UNABRIDGED
.\ OK JACKSOJj's! MMlCJt INTO THK: TKU- the State, as well as a rapid augmentation of daily. >'iz: ,

JUTOR'VlTIIOtT AUTHORITY. population and wl'ath.-Col.] H' 11. Sparks. OOINO NOKTII.Leave PASSENGER::; TIL\IS-J.\ST: BOUND. "DO IT NOW."

After the Revolution] the precautionary ._. V.". _. n Cedar Key. 4.15) A. M.. Leave Chattuhooc-hcc..daily at.... 2 00) t.. sr.
measures of the Northern Georgians against I.t"181 lvcrilNciiicnlN. Arrive (Gainesville....................... 8.11 A.M. Leave Qnincy..................: ...... :3 22 I'. sr. TIlE NEW EDITION

the incursions of the savages continued as ---- -.-- -- ..---- -- .. .._ Leave Gainesville............... ......... 8,50 A. Ir. Leave Tallahasveo.............. ...... 0 00 r. M. Contains over 118,000 Words,
the settlements began to expand, and this In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Arrive Waldo' ((1'. R. It. Jun(..). !JUS.! A. N. Leave Monticrlh ..,,........? ...... 7 10 r. 111.Lea'e 1928 Pages, 3000 Engravings,
was a most salutary precaution, because: the Leave ).. {1.55 A. M. Greenville.............. ...... 8 :38 r. N.
Indians were extremely] jealous] of this progress Circuit, NiiNMau"' County, Flu. Arrive. Baldwin.. r. :M. Leave Madison\ : ......... ......... ...... 0 Ifi: ; I'. M. Four Pages Colored Plates,

. making by the whites upon their im DONALD McKAY, ) Mortgage Foreclo- Leave Jacksonville'(Cum.. Route)...!-L15 A.:M. Leave Live Oak................. ..... 215A.M.Arrive 4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings,

" mediate border, and they were constantly vs. } sure in Equity. Arrive Baldwin.. .: I'. M. Savannah................. ...... !000( A. M.
raiding upon the settlements, murdering the PARLEY mm IOSD. Notice of Sale. Leave Arrive Thomasville ............ ...... f !5ti A. M.rr''l' Biographical Dictionary ,
people and carrying away their stock, intimidating Baldwin.M:..:.:..:.:..:::j.40Po: M. .\ Albany?....... ......... .......1025: A. M. of over 9700 Names.

the settlers: and preventing immi NOTICE is hereby given that, in pursu Arrive Fernandina....................... 3.401'. M. Airire Lake City................ ...... :3 :35 A. M. most lioniittful and complete, Eng-
gration. Georgia was never entirely relieved a decree made in the above entitled Leave Fernandina......................... 3.45 r. N. Arrive Baldwin:................ ". ...... 025A.M.Arrixe The" l>ictlonnr)'." T

from these annoyances until the treaty of action, whereby it was ordered, adjudged 1.1Brullwick.. 8.00 p. M. Jacksonville.......... ...... 7 50 A. M. Ha 3000 Engravings/: nearly tlirpp
1802, which removed the Creek Indians west ;I and decreed that there was due from Leave Macon. 8.40 A. M. Arrive Fernnndina............ ...... 340P.M. as many as: any other D1 't'ry. H

of Flint river, and this did not secure pro said ltedniondtosaid McKay on the 3d day of Arrive Atlanta, (in. 1.15 I'. M. Arrive Gainesville ............. ....... I 501 I'. M. EVl'ry constant school and reference.family should hare It E
tection to those portions of the state designated July, 1880, upon a certain note and mortgage Trains to Cedar Key und South of Baldwin Arrive Cedar) Key.............. ...... !930: I'. M.
given by said Redmond to I''. D. Whitney daily except Sunday. GET THE STANDARD.
as Southern and Southwestern Georgia I'ASSENllR'rittAIS-1viST: ]: : BOUND.Leave .
and especially contiguous to the Florida on the 3d day of June, 1870! upon certain PENINSULAR: RAILROAD, Jacksonville .....daily at..... [5 i :30 t.. sr. Sall 0Webster'of any other" is series over' of 20 Dictionaries.time the S

I line Here they continued until the cession premises hereinafter described, the sum ( II aldo Branch.) Leave Fernandina ...........r'. ......10 :30 A. M. "highest authority of the Courts in
I by Spain of these provinces to the United of three hundred dollars with one hundred UOINU SOUTH.Leave Leave Gainesville: .......... ...... ...... fIll> :! A. M. The ."-Chitf Justice Waite. T

States.\ and ,fifty t dollars interest up to said date, and Waldo Junction....... ......... 0.00 A.M. Leave Cedar Key .............. ....... 4 :30 A. !M. An universal authority in deciding -
The cession was accelerated by the action that the premises described in said mortgage Leave I Hawthorne. 7.10A.M.: Leave Baldwin :................ ". ...... 7 00 I'. !i. the meaning of words. A
of General Jackson in 1818. Depredations be sold] to satisfy!\ said indebtedness! together! Arrive Lochloosa. 8.10 A. )i. Leave Luke City: ..'....... ...... ...... !9 40 1'. M. No othe State+Dictionary has been bought by N

t had been continued, despite of treaties, for with all costs, fees and charge! attending the nOINU .Nonrit. Leave Savannah ......... ....... ...... 4 30( I'. N. any to which supply its Schools.

\ years along the lines between Georgia and proceedings in this1 action will !C1I111 front Leave Lochloosn!\ .\. M. Leave Live Oak................ ....... 2 15 A. M. DIctionary on of the nine-tenths country are based.of tho D

Florida, and these were as frequent by lawless of the Court-House door in Fernandina, Leave Hawthorne. ( Leave Madison .................. ...... a.il: A. N.: in tho Government
A. ;M.
men from Georgia as from the Indiansin Nassau County, Florida, at 12 M. on the 2nd Arrive Waldo Jmu.ti.I.1.. : ) p. ;M. Leave Greenville h \ ............... ....'.. 4 :3!) .\. :M. Authority Washington. Jan. Printing
Florida. It was desirable to arrest this day of May: 1881! nil the right, title and Trains 1'1'011'Valdo to Lochloosi and return Leave Monticello: ......... ..... ...... 500 A. M. Recommended: by State Supt'a Schools in
tate of affairs, and General Jackson was interest of said Parley Redmond on the :3d Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Arriye't'allahassee.! ............ ....... 700A.M.. and 50 College Pres'ts. R
consulted by the administration at Wash day of June, 1870, together with all equityof Leave 'Tallahasse: ..... ......... .... 8 30 A. ;M.. I Dictionary that has been placed in more D
ington. Tho United States was at peace redemption in and to till! following, described CONNECTIONS.ATLANTA. Leave Ojiiney......... ........... ......1008A.M.) : public schools in U.S.

with Spain, and had frequently requested premises, to-wit : Arrive Chuttnhonchcp, ....,... .e .......11 :30 A. M. IS IT NOT THE STANDARD?
1 to arrest these lawless A certain lot of ]land, }'l'inlhol1t/ onc.lIaU'llIlIe G'lotp connection is made Publishedby,C.MERRIAM. Mass.
Spain forays of the Indians. at Atlanta, (in... CONS EC'l'i( )NS..1t : Springfield, :
This was as frequently promised, and from King's Ferry, being' in 1'.1 N., (to and fl'CllIIlIlIl'uillt!! North, East Vest and Live Oak daily with the :Savannah:: ., Also Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary. .
doubtless in faith but It 251'1., and conveyed in a deed from Ern: Northwest 1040 Octavo.
good the government daily.AT Florida and Western Railway and from Pages 600 Engravings.
of Florida was too weak efl'ectually to accomplish estine Albertio to Parley W. Redmond, nndrecorded ;MACOX, 11\., Savannah\ und) all Northern, l Eastern and
) : this! and BO long as Florida remained October 2oth: 1$73: in Hook N, page With Trains for Eufaula: Columbus I Gu., Western Cities.At : .
a province of Spain there was little 441, of Nassau County-Record of Deeds, and :Montgomery:\ Mobile and Now Orloans.' Luke City daily with the Florida Central -
of effecting this. described follows : Beginning at a gum ; .-- .
hone Railroad and from Jnok onvillc --
to St
tree Woodstock Creek and the lineof '
There were two Scotchmen located in land near owned Adam" on mill With Now York und Fornandina Steamship .lugnstine 1 I'a lal ka, Enterprise( and Landings : Till: I'IIII..U"'III'I'uns.: : .
Florida as Indian: t'ralcrs-allll l they had by Armstrong!\ the St. Johns River.
acquired Line from" New York mi Wednesday: nt ; on
North .110 East [M chains to
great influence over the Indians and running : a pine 10.30: ) a. m., and 'for New York on Friday, at At Baldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf TIn: TIMKS Toil 181.
were greatly benefited from this plundering in a pond ; from thence in n southwesterly :3.40( p. III.; from Nassau: N. on Wcdncsday : and West India Transit Railway to and from The 7' lllt'swlll enter the New Year with a

the frontier settlements in Georgia. They de- direction through said 'pond 1, along the cen ; for Nassau, N. P.. mi "1"1 IIt'1.lay. Fernandina, Gainesville\ Cedar\ Key, and ]larger circle regular renders than it had at ..
tied the of homo tre of a branch of wild Woodstock: Creek, any previous] : )period of its history, and the
authority p\innl\lt found With Georgia; und Florida Inland Steamboat : with steamers: for Tampa( Key Wet-t and
Woodstock Creek and
with tho Indians whom to a pine near one important events of the next inu-t t
they continually instigated } Co. from Savannah on Tuesday: Wednesday ]Havana.: year
in these depredations. Their chain from it to place! of beginning' containing At Chnttuhooehei- times weekly with steadily enlarge the field of independent
names nnd l for
; : nod hundredth Friday Sunday:" ; Savannah on
were Ambrister and Arburthnot. Their! relationship thirty-two ninety-one one Tuesday: Friday nnd Sunday. the ('('''pie's' Line and Central Line Boats; to journalism.)
with tho !savages.', and their control acres, being a part oi' the Nelson] With Charleston! Steamers ((8t. John' and and from Colunilnis' : Eiifunlu: Fort CI ui II('14l'alal'hil'lIla A new administration will he inaugurated ;
r of them, was well known in Georgia Grant, in Nassau County, Florida, and described City I'lilnt) from Savannah and Charleston .\ nnd other River Landing: new political oiraxions! will create new political "

and to the United States government, and it according to u survey made by P. W. Wednesday! nnd Sunday;;; for Savannah and ?.>..Elegant Sleeping( mill Parlor Poaches, duties ; the grftit commercial und industrial
\ if could Oscar: Kocrner. Woodruir und Lucas Patent between prosperity of the country must stimulate
was thought they be gotten rid of Charleston Monday( ami\ Friday. run daily
there would be but little dilliculty in arresting .Also a certain ]lot of ]land beginning nt or With Steamer Flora duilv to and I from St.Mary's Tallahassee and Jacksonville.rrOtiiik (progress!: und thrift in all sections, and

t and restraining the Indians.! An effort near the head of Wom'stock Creek, running : (ia., and semi: -vycIV( to smith from ;/ time, sure connection, (porftrtsafety. the tendency of political power will be toward
along the course of said crook to a stake on EDGAR:]) VLIET! corruption and despotism' as it ever i N
had been made to this: end, but had failed, St. Mary's River Lmdings. : ,
and the incursions of the Indians tho line of land sold to (Gus Underwood ; :20-tf) Master Transportation.! when! the ]people tire diverted from the stern
more frequent and more daring, the cohtr from thence North 43: East, 21 chains (1)I AT iin.nwix: ..\., ___ _... ._ ._.__ ...u_ criticism ot authority uy peace and plenty.' (
mander-in-chief armies General Jack'son links, to a pine on the back line of the Nelson With Trains for Live Oak'l'allahasseeand Thc Tlinm will !'l'in the future, ns it ]Las. f
was sent for and consulted., ThereVai Grant : from thence along said line of all points I Middle und West Florida.AT bet'mi in the past: absolutely ii-dcpcndent of

no definite plan agreed Mr. Calhoun: Nelson: Grant 17 chains 40 links, to a a pine ; I.IK-III.OIWA, }'I.\." political parties, but earnestly and fearlessly: ] I
upon. tbonce North 30 East: 13 chains IS links to ; devoted to
as of war advised With Steamer .!.Hptil'(/ till points; and integrity and patriotism in our
secretary negotiations
and in this was joined,<< by Mr. Adams who, a pine : from thence North 41 East: 11 landings: on Orange l.tl.Jl', on arrival of Peninsular statesmanship and to the freedom and sanc
chains!: 10 links!' to a stake in a creek ; from Railroad Train.ATd.UNKSVILI.K. tity of the ballot. Dependent )party organswill
of state. :Mr.: Crawford ,
was secretary as
i thence along the route of said creek to the continue to bubble about
party men and
:, Kl.A.,
the dissented but had
:secretary treasury, : ,
110 plan to recommend, but urged[, if Possible said Woodstock Creek ; from thence along With Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa on party measures: ; to suppress, pervert or deny .
said Woodstock Creek to place of beginning the truth when interests
: and from party demand ir,
Monday Wednesday Saturday
the of the and to form ; I
purchase territory
being situated in T. 4 N, R. 25 R. in Nassau Ocaln and and Sun mill to lavish the regulation, praise of the servant .
it into a state. It was agreed, however, that Tampa Tuesday, Friday
County, Flu., and being part of the Nelson to the master; but the intelligence -
General: Jackson should march to the Ironli day. growing
.r with a force sufficient to punish the Indians Grunt, containing forty-six acres, more or AT CKHAK: KEY: FLWith \., of the age daily multiplies the reader.ofthueindepemidcntnevspaperamid t
if found the of less TampaSteamship( ( Co.'s Line for ) tbejuur
on territory Georgia, .
C. L. ROBINSON nuts which best reflect the
and Manatee and rapidlyinc rcasing
5' and if not to overawe them and confine Tampu) Monday Thursday
15-St :Special: Master. 4 and fur t and independence of the people will be thegrcat
them to the territory of Florida. In the execution at p. min Kt.y't Sunday .
it ._ Thursday, nt 0 m. \IIII'icUI journals ot the future.
"t of this scheme! early in the spring p. The
.' With the United States and Havana Fast 7'iWaimsto!: reach the highest standard .
of 1818, Jackson marched his little army to lliulrrtiildng.
of the
Mail Steamer Admiral 'frtet West I independent' newspaper.[ ] fear
the frontiers of Florida. There was u Creek ---- ---- -- I
Indian settlement, known as the Fowl u. M. IIIDIIISOX.IJM Cuba on arrival of Special. Train, eve lav'fucs.: lessly! opposes corruption and rings in allpartl'

Towns-in what is now Lee and Dougherty! day afternoon: nt 4.30 p. III. From Havana' 1. ', whether in lt.,, state or nut ion. !It
4 c"ountiE'H-th had been accused by the! ('tilla. and Key West every Saturday. Special (domination! every f imperial )political
train to connect.; ill whether represented by nn in-
Georgians; as participating in the depredations a :
Knttrnri for I"llIton prsapal 111'illual. by a faction or by n )party.
upon their settlements, and a body of With Steamer { ) : t ; I op
v )poses North unit South
a Su vannee River: 'Ihursdays tit li a. m. u the
under the command of
men Captain 111'1' demon of the
Republic( und it demands
For information respecting routes pub
''I had been organized for their punishment. Is n compound of the virtues of sarsaparilla lic trnmjtiillity nnd the :< "' of libertv ,;
etc. to supremacy
followed in the of Jnckson'sI ,
These roar stillingia. mandrake: yellow dock with for (
: of
I A. O. MArDONELL) ]: Ullllaw every dtZl'l the 'nlull. 'j,
3rllJackson had passed through this: settlement the iodide of potash and iron, all powerful The Time the New
( en'1'l'ieket and Pn-s. il Year
t of Indians, who professed friendshipfor : Agent.D. .la 1makulnbloc:; ,([-(leanshl n; and l life-sus in all of its
the whites, and to attest tho truth and! E.: 1.\XWELI, Gen'I; Supt. :21 taining:; rletuents. It i is the purest, safest ably'tfl'lIgthl'nt.t' :<:. already Its Annals exception.of the ,
faithfulness of this profession had sent with and most effectual alterative medicine\ >\ ur Itrllnl 1 the \
of his force their warriors : AI. RAILROA I>. known or available to the public. The sciences wil ,l'ontlllc,111 weekly edition,
Jackson, as a part ) IKTAKIIC.Firm FI.OHW.CI"NJ' with l''lal inh'rc.tllg extracts therefrom
I in their towns only their women of medicine and chemistry have never
leaving the
FERNANDINA: FLA.BURIAL "' :March:\ Hi 1x70. I .d i iOI! Ild till contributors
and the" aged warriors. One of these towns ST. : JU-KSOXVILI.K, 1.\ produced so valuable a remedy, nor one 80I'ott'nt 18X1 to this '
On and after this date Trains on this Road: all diseases imiiortant li'utllr' of the '
to euro resulting:: from
? called Chehaw. ht destroyed this! will be
was Indians found there mill burning ROUES: METALLIC: ] CASES, will run us follows : impure blood. It cures Scrofula and the most lli till ulht',1 ",111'r
? killing and civilians! of the North
I : COFFINS Arn'CASKETS.:: : all scrofulous ,diseases Erysipelas Nltth. Its
the town. This was an act without DAY : ( ) list of
'fell-graphic orders promptly attended to. Yore, or St. Anthony's Fire' IMmpIes large contributors in this and in for
authority, and General Jackson resented it :17-3m Leave Jacksonville 1':30.1If.: and Face-grubs, Pustules Blotches, eign countries will lie immure than maintained

1 by writing a fiery and insulting letter to . leave Baldwin !11:311>: ) .t. M.Iicuve foils Tumors, "Tetter, Humors, its: reliable news correspondence| is unsure; t .
g Governor llabun. the governor of Georgia at Luke City ..11:33: A. M. Salt Klieuin, Scald-head King-worm, llS l'l.lly .that of any other } of the
the time demanding the arrest and punish. Nlo. \'cw tiiul Tliiwure.W. ]Leave Li\pOak.... 1:00: r. ;M. Ulcers, Sores, Kheuinatisni, Mercurial ; its various ,departments journal essential :
:, went of Wright. Uebun replied to this with -- --- ---------- -- -- Arrive at Savannah -s:45: p. M. Disease, t'uraIKflFemale Weaknesses to a complete newspaiKT for the home and :
I indignant warmth refusing to obey Jackson 1". NTKEETY, Leave Savannah 8:00: A,. )(. and Irregularities, Jaundice, family circle are constantly enlivened bv
F ]Leave Live ... 5:55: 1'. M. Affections! of the Liver, Dyspepsia, fresh writer, and it will maintain the '
goyand Second Street, opposite the Fost-OflUv, Leave Lake City SOU: p. M. ";Emaciation and General Debility.By ton it has won solely on its merits, as l'bf.one

d heave Baldwin 7:05: I'. M. its searching and cleansing qualities most relable'nd complete
ited punishment for his unauthorized act. Arrive at Jacksonville 8:05\: r. M, !it purges:; out the foul corruptions whichcontaminate hers of the newsiwi-- i J

k Jackson had no respect for. limits which MAIL AND EXPRESS: : ;, ((1I\lI.Y.! ) the blood and cause derange TERMS: : l>.ULY- his action and prevented the accomplishment went aud decay. It stimulates and enlivensthe twelve 'arrien
k h, ( ,, restrained of his ends. He moved on to Leave Jacksonville...........-. ,'):::10 1'. M, vital functions promotes energy and dollars ccnt year a, or week fifty; mal subsrptiol, sis t

i the frontier, where the Indians and their adTJsera Leuve'hito House. (0:15: ; p. M. strength, restores aud preserves health.and age free K-XMY Knrinx: Double I nUlth,sleet
supposed he would arrest: his march, Leave 7l: P. N.. infuses new life and vigor throughout: the two dollars a year, postage free
to and consequently they remained in conscious Leave Darbyville. 7:25: p. M.Ijcavo whole, system. No sufferer from any disease four l'ntll. ,\ }: ; si ngle copies' .
Sandervm. 8.07: r. M. which arises from Impurity of the : every Sat ,
i t at their towns. Their prophet urday
) morning, two dollars
that Americans dared IA'a"C Oluttee. 8tp.: sl. blood need despair who will give AvER'sSALta.tPARILLt : : a year ; live
i them ten
had taught t 1""lveIt.:: .. SMi'l: : ". 1\1. a fair trial. SP"85 copies| | $15; twenty
and view $:5.
neutral territory, this extra cOliC.
not invade a copy| sent free
!II.30: chYb. theB
Luke p. M.
Arrive City
sustained and encouraged by their white It is folly to experiment with the numerous of a tl
friends was the Scotch traders. Jackson? disre- rr .. Leave IjOak.. 2:15: A. x. low-priced mixtures,of cheap materials _'Address, THK: TIMES
restraints of boundaries and Arrive Tallahassee. "AW A. M. and without cul'lidnal'irtu"., offered a"hloo
"arded marched the tht' towns upon the Arrive AHwny.1u:45.t: M.Arrive directly Apalachicola] upon rivers, destroyingthese :-;' '.allllah... SMJOA' M. firmly seated. A nu'l: s! SARSAPAKILUV a THY THK --- f-
Flint and fJ-W; medicine of audl'oucentrat"J
Leave Savannah : I' ;MLeave curative
and the two
I and capturing the prophet he > s Albany 4M: 1' M.Uave l ower, that it is by far the llt.'st. cheapest, I NEW YORK
of whom tlentlyllanged' OBSERVER
traders all three pn Tallahassee 5:45 p. M. and most reliable blood-purifier known. : ,
( t, But his audacity did not stop here ; Leave live :2:15: A. )I. Physicians know iu t-omnuMtiou. and pris THIS :
hTniarched directly to and captured the STOVES: HEATERS, RANGERS. Leave lake City :3:50 A. M. scribe it. It has been widely used for forty Yt.H

Spanish town of 1'ensacola-an act of warupon TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE.! : Leave Alt. Carrie. 4:18: A. N. years, and has won the unqualified conn- TJIK LARGEST AXfl
!' a friendly power and at peace with Leave Olu...tee. 4:4: ) .\. M. deuce of millions whom it has lwn tih.'lI. 1:41'1:1: IX TUE llT] r.fJI)'

: ROOFING AND GUTTERING: Leave "Sanderson..... .'\:::0.111.. .
ThisSon'ofGeneral deemed Prepared by Dr J. C. Ayer & Co.. -
Jackson was the PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.A : Leave Darbyill?................- 5&5) .%.. si. jar Send for SangliCopyFn'fiZNEII' ]
an, outrage and unauthorized by &govern.went. In large stock! of Stove! on hand. Give mea Leave Baldwin.......:.............. (1:40\.111. J'ractltall&n&1nal't1tal: ChemUt.. -

Spain; demanded an explanation.demanded: and call, al\ll'ollll.urt! prices with those of Leave White 11011""' ..................... 1:0.111.: Lowell, Mass. ; YORK OBSERVER:
cabinet counell his arrest This was however WM other houses here or my elsewhere. Arrive Jack80II\.iltto.-....... 1:50 A. M. OUt BT ALL PKVeCUTi: EVKUVWUIKK. i 1... l.;;t' STl'arkKow ,
his COnduct dWfO\\'ed. New York.

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TIll: :vorvcj.tir. ner of Juniper and Chestnut streets! 1'hila- The internal Improvement and swamp'! J.880. J.88J.'

ilelnhia, which Mrs. ,T. Lucas is president! 1n1nrc: ) \'l' h'flln t the, trustees of the Internal '"

HOw IT W011KS: IX: MFCKI.KMirtUI: : ('n., >. c. and the object of Whisk I is to encourage lilk Improvement) Fund, consisting of the

J: W.Rr.y, N. C., February 21.!l, 1 t. 51. culture in this l'ollntr1111 instruct clashes! governor, comptroller and commissioner ol f \
J. H*. JfcMurraiUfa.: t In all branches of !such culture with a view lands and hlllni rl\tit\l1. The deeds arc

1>F\u SIR : lour favor of February 7tli of introducing it into households as a domestic signed by all the trustees.-Apriculturht., ;

just received.! If there is: a man landlord. industry. The association calls'! attention THE: {

. tenant, white or black, in Mecklenburg/ to the 'l'Ict that the culture of raw Groceries!' tutu i'ro11Nlons.--!'
county: opposed. to the fence law. I do not silk. as American industry i i'l exciting -

know who lie i is.! The laboring classes areas widespread interest all over the I'nited\ 1JRS. ANNE < I.VICKI:. ,
solid for the law as the land. o\\ner< States, and it desires to extend this interest

It would be impossible for me to give you, and induce women and children in agricultural rnilllJl) ST., URT. CKNTKKA Ancnu.v,
districts to ,Ic'ollthlll' and. attention .
in a letter, more than a few ideas of its great 1 '
thereto. A statement of the profits to be
advantages FKUNANDIN'A\ FIlIat..t (,,\,
1. It i is! a great heaee-tuaker. We never derived from this source, ai given (in the

hear of a "('OW case" or a "hog. case." above-mentioned circular, should bp sutH- IN Tin
2. It completely destroys old l Ii e1.l 1:1You: cient to CXl'itl''er.\' general interest in the FLORIDA MIRROR 1

may travel all over Mecklenburg( county, subject. Choicest, Traits. tend Vegetable. 1i
and yon will not find as much old Held. its There arc at present in daily operation\

you will find! lull single township in Ansoii ; row silk mills, which wove last year 1V.19-! CON FKCTIONKUI lira i
.and in a year or two more old field! will be (j Jfifi pounds of imported raw silk, at :i cost
t known amongst us no more forever. of $10,000,000. These mills atford a ready
HIiss' Garden Seeds Flowers, Farm and
:3. It improve* the breed of Mock ; it insures market for raw silk, which is worth from t'l Garden Implements. 7 tf.tGIi4 ,,

a a stock raiser again! his block being to $M per sound. according to quality. Co -- --- .---- .J;
crossed with scrubs, and learns a farmer ('ollnl\l\( silk are worth from,; $ < to tV uu\i: 1

very quickly that poor stock are not worth $1.50pcr "pound. Two hundred mulberrytrees 1j
their teed but that there is a'prollt in good. can be easily! grown on two acres of; ; AND() CONFKCTIONKISS; ,
land and these would yield about :oO.oOO; IAKKIS
dock vela! "
kept 'ftIr.----. t
4. It improves land Were you to visit our pounds of leaves, about lii; pounds of which rnoicKCiiroeerie .j ---S- ... E \ .....", .- ,
Bounty, you could realize it' better than Iran will make one pound of fresh cocoons! or a f

describe it to you. The stork being kept total I yield of 1 ,ill< ,. pounds of fresh cocoons. *, Cigar!*' and Tobaccos, ,

off the land: }helps it more than you can imagine. These! stilled would. yield ;'i>s>< pounds, ami, .f

The land;in condition for: the plow as dried cocoons ot"oo.1. quality are worth TOI'ANCY) AllflCLF.S.: '
about 2pcr pound the total income( there 4W
makes as good a seedbed; as a garden. In i
a your county, ten per (cent of your labor I is! from would bel,17<; Weddings, Kntcrtainments, and Picnics,
required to build and repair fences. In my The expenses' attendant upon the production furnished at the shortest, notice at rock-bot .. .
county that goes on the land in the form of; of the above number ol cocoons are estimated tom prices!' at

compost.\ In your county, four-fifthy of the as follows'! : "I grown person, first ANGKLVS HAKF.ItY.!
manure from the cattle, sheep and hogs is i iwn ten days, $10 l() ; 1: boys or girl, Ii Nt ten days, ('t'ntl'tl''l't,

: heap or placed' on such fields as i is desired. I' 5 boys! or girls! second ten days, $t."* ; ;Jl t p.

f. It teaches a man that money is not in I grown persons'' third ten days, Yin ; {HI boys!
numbers of acres, but in acres well manured. I or /girls third. ten days $N I Total *I ll5!.t.I "
If to this is added a 'few dollars for fuel a
and \\'('cultivated\ and causes him to rent cal 0
few days work for pruninsr and cultivating ..J
or sell all the land that he cannot well manure /
and well cultivate. the trees, and a few sundries, it would coverall w ..

0. It is the only system under which a the expenses, which would not exceediMfio.
( This deducted from the. above *1.17i5(; oJOB III
lease. (In
,, poor man can your county, if a
man leases a farm for three years, and would leave ti,mll0(\ on two acres of land, and I 'j
flOor in one month's t time! As! the circular pertinently
."I the fence go down, the proprietor' i iIlall1ngC'el is
ask* : "How doi-s this compare ith H 0
more than the whole amount of
the lease 11I011(' '. COIl1I.'llientl'ollr' landless ono! hale of cotton to the acre, the bale at l mil J
) --
amt $.((1), andthccropof wIlk-h it takes !six months! ,
bthe if
people rent by
year ; one :
hard labor, "fixes" the fences and "rightsup" to make and gather These statistics are : a

thc place, the next year he is out-bid the result of actual personal operations under
and ; ) favorable; circumstances.; The buildings -
leaves the place, probably worse niF'than
when he Here vexed in necessary for the culture of the silkworms .
came. we are not This reserved for
niul tile production of the cocoons'!, space
that WIA good tenant ('IIIII lease 1 land fora
lire of the cheapest, kind, :and can 1 be erectedat A, 11. NOYKS, (GKOCFII; AND SHIP (CIUMH.KK, -
term of:years, and 1 reap t the I'll reward\ of
his labors. little cost. (Information regarding this who i is too busy to write an advertisement..
and all\ other matters relating to the subject
The best way for the friends of the fence
I under discussion be obtained
law: in Anson to do, i is to get a number of can readily
from the IoeIution.Fr'lllIently .
those that are opposed to it to visit this
county. The result of their investigation the desirability of silk culture

would{ be worth more than anything I could in Georgia has been dwelt upon in these! columns ..
and from the above ,
statement of the
write. Yours
or truly,
say S. It. Al.KX\NDER. profits to be derived therefrom it I is evidentthat t

MMMMWMM BIHB* it is n subject which should attract the ==BOOK AND==
I'eriOU'lllll'lItion!' of our farmer friends, especially
CORN as it i is a work which will not in the

I made some experiments in corn during! slightest; degree conflict{ with other farming

the last two years which as the experience operations! since women RIll I children can
of the last! year verified that of the year previous conduct it entirely.

authorized me to attach some import. This section of ('Georgia, as well\ ns many .
ance to them. First, ai to the manure : I portions of Florida, are peculiarly well

made four plats. 1. Manured with stable adapted: to the culture the inorusjdjinnlca, .. .
manure ; 2. With rotted cotton seed ; .a. or Japanese!' mulberry, the innrn nllm or ------ R.
With green cotton seed, and. With ammoniated white 1I\lIlh'rrVllIlIl the mnnif iiiulticniilisnr ii. i::. OTTIKIU.: : .
: superphosphate. of these, that with the nmny-stemmed! mulberry, which afford
I the !superphosphate produced mo!'t ; next the best food I for the worms. Many of our PRINTING HOUSE
that with rottea cotton seed ; next that with readers remember how, in 1838-'Ki: t'hl'rc'n" I F.UNANDINA( FLtWJDA! ,

green cotton seed and last that with the .It:, quite nn excitement on this subject, and
ble manure It is: proper top state however great attention was !given to this: last-named ".:.,,..:n IS }

that the burning of my staole with my ma- tree, which I is H very rapid and prolificgrow-
pure cellar last year, und the absence sucha er, mid can 1 be cultivated in any waste lands floe 1'untily Groceries

convenience the' l'rl.'ilu'ear., caused me about a farm The' Woman's Silk CultureAssociation.

to use manure which ha.lo t moit of its ." of I'h ital lei phla. has openedan AND

ammonia ; therefore the test of the cnmpar.Itl'e agency for the sale of cuttings of the

value of stable manure cannot be saidto trees at $I.m per hundred, and of trees. of I'110 VIS( IONS.Customers .
be reliable.} one year's growth at $"> per hundred, while
Second experiment, m to distance between the trees of different heights, from three to nine Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, 1

rou's nail between tIt hills in the rote.-Hows feet, can be purchased at from {7 to $15 per

four feet wide produced at the rate of 1/iJ/ hundred : ran rely upon{ getting C1IOJCIC)
bushels per are, :; five feet 1.51' bushels ; six "'e liI'C'l'rr desirous to excite interest

feet, 11J bushels and seven feet, 14 bushels: afresh i iii the matter. It i is certainly well (GOODS\ : as iNOTIIINO .
The land was well prepared and well ma worth a trial, especially said trial can be!
nured, and the hills: about three feet apart in made at first on a small scale; and<<1 at very "

the rows. For ordinary upland perly slight expense, and then, if found satisfactory ) ( / MITT TINI I: FINEST( ; ) WANDS I \
cultivated, with good seasons, I would\ recommend t operations could be extended. Mrs.LUCKS ( .
five feet 1the best distance between ( was! in the city a few days since en

the rows. route to Florida, where she will 'cllIt'n'ortoop are kept' in FEHNAND1NA = FLORIDA

Third experiment.I have clr 'fnlh'tl'ste.1 the eye of the farmers: to the benefitsto .-- --- .. stuck.----- '- .
t -uhsoiling land for corn us compared with bf derived! from turningtheir attention to .

that not subsoileil A plat well plowed the subject We have little doubt that in a .J. ] I. PIIKSCOTT.Style \ S SI

with a two-horse turn plow followed by a few years silk: culture (could(' made source I

subsoilcr, produced at the rate of 101 bush of very great profit, and we cordially endorse
l'Ipef:! acre, plat plowed the sentiment of the circular which 1

manured and cultivated in the same way, concludes) by saying : We do most earnestly .. .
but not subsoiled, produced barely 15; bush! I urge the agricultural )people to enter perfieveringly Fit -
els. into the work and help to retain ,

Fourth experiment HI to deep and th'tllow within their own pockets the millions of

,rulture nf cure-On one plat plowed with a money which are now sent abroad for foreign Comfort,

long shovel and on another with a sweep.After ailks."-ffarannah \/'I/'tt.
the first plowing I gathered from the AID

first 10.01 pl'r acrl.'. and from the 1-'c0I1I115.71 R rd 1'1. L.I Nl).... 'a.
bushels On *tin" rl' land I would always Durability. Having added1:11'! : '1'1'1'1.1I1:1V: riliSSiS: : to our ollice, and haviit rSKILLKD
The State lands of four follows
: are kinds as
advocate deep culture, for I believe that: ,

though a few rootlets may be injured by it, I. The: school lards consisting i of section :I WOKKMKX: who know how to nsu the same, we are nowprep.insl '
the tutu and the -
improved consequent permeability sixteen of town and lands selected
every hip) -
air and moisture. will far more
by in lieu of election sixteenth sections. to do any and every kind. of printing,
than compensate for such injurv. On
any :2. The seminary lands being four townships
light I lands well prepared
bandy once deep ,
of land granted by Congress! for the
-culture i is!
entirely unnecessary. support of two seminaries of learning.Ii. ,
I : Fifth experiment.-As to whether pulling '
: The internal improvement' lands, being
fodder atlects injuriously the or
quantity fillUlMMJ acres granted! : in /'
quality of the One which by Congress, 1/1-11.
grain. plat on
for the of internal ism ,
puriose 'rovemilemit. Hating largely increased myMfocK
the fodder) was! not pulled yielded 10.50 bushels -
4. The lands (so-called, grunted
swamp )
per acre ; the adjoining plat on which it by Congress SeptcmlxT 2 s, lN"'0. I'oo''eur, in both line
was pulled yielded 15.80:' bushels. It is manifest
k that the value of the fodder far exceeded 'The school, "seminary' and internal improvement and medium grudeM, I ..... enabled -

served that, of however the difference that the III the corn yield.where I oli-the valuation not lands J II-M have than all il.2 Ix-en-> per acre.ajiprai-u.il' ; to place before my ('iitoiii FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD,

fodder was not pulled exceeded In weight The greater part of these lands are held atl.2.51oer ors u tery large.. axNortmeiit or

that from which the fodder was pullet! \bya acre, but some of them ure pricedus
high as $7 per acre. Hoot and Shoe made by the
fraction over ono IJfll1l1l1l'ef]' bushel. The of )lands is follows ..
price H wain p as : ,
Refute I leave the subject of ('orn. gentle moNt competent and Nkllleilworkmen.
fur forty acres or less. $1 {JM.T acre ; for more
men. I feel it to be ,Iuttet make a remark
my than forty, and not exceeding eighty acres '.'....,... Goods, were
which sonic of you may, perhaps, think heterodox m "' "
lOc. for than and not r \ ;taps 1t." ,
acre more eighty, "
|IIt'f ; I
or ill colI ideretl. It niay, of(course exceeding two hundred acres, nOc. |II.r acre ;' H.r'uM..1 for CASH, anil are : ; : .
be but it l is deliberate conviction.
erroneous -
my .
for than two hundred and not .
more ex only evehanged for Ihe Mainecommodity. .
It is that on our upland) in Georgia
on an of cetlingaix hundred cud forty acres, 75c. |II'r .4* JVeatly cud aw C'Cheap a* any Office in .'Iorld.J. ..
raising corn as our
average years for Till will be
acre ; more than six }hundred und forty d..1 ,
principal food for stock does not pay. Owing
acres 70c. per acre. ed after seeing examining
to the almost! constantly recurring drouth a pleasure ,
In wise of entries of land ut less than $1 .
in May and June, when the I
growing crop per acre, the land must bo in a body, und and learning at whatevtremely
needs moisture most I
regard corn as a more
not in detached pieces.: Where however, two ,
uncertain than that raise and low price tlice |
crop any we ; I
are fe >arateil by lamb not belongingto
pieces ]
therefore fora food for took I
am rewired I ,
crop the :State, they are considered ai contiguous Goods, are offered..vr .,. ; :
to oats which if the .
r mr plant chiefly, ,
I -
I .
fur the purpose| of sale. .. ,
land be good ami well prepared the !let..1anll Mtorlf or (JKXTI.KMKVMFritISHI. : : 4. "
I Many of these swamp lands are desirable > Jly :
rust-proof! in October ;
sown September or : '
orsettiementamid of them sold
I consider certain and ( more are \<; GOONS |M, worthy
as a crop as rye, | Jd '
than of all the other elates .
together.The ;>
as to the comparative value of oats! and corn I terms of State lands arc caih. School' the attention of tlioe deMlrlng jfine j .' '... 1 v N.....r"','+Wlf .
for work animals, I oats V
personally prefer asfood
and seminary )lauds can lu paid for with
the whole year round.: It is unnecessary I ( United States tate Pur
t<> point to the economy of time and! currency or scrip.
labor in raining oats as compared with corn. I internal improvement and ttuainp( 'land, .I, Order left lo my tteleclionwill Don't send your order for I'KISTING' HINDING( [ and ItULING to oiNt-v out.
nothing U receivable' United Slatecurrency.
listens in Southern fttriner't except
I'rrif.! Monthly.
reeelte careful and pronsptaItt.ullon. ...i.t..tllt'Ital.. ... Or l lm for either will receive prompt attention from n.. AFrBMtMOIXi. '
I The choiil and seminary land are controlled
I SILK CVLTUHK TA GEOJtOU. by the board of education c'UJllli"tiug i ..

We have received a circular from "The of the ttuperintendt-iit of public 'Instruction, J H. PEE8COTT t PLOIU u, -Uln"OU_
Woman's Silk; Culture Association of the I ecretarvf state and attorney-general, and

UnitaLl'"wte-J." located ut tie: southwest cor- the decLa o;*''onrcyance are aigim! by them. I l-Sm: FeruMiidlnM, Iii.r .. i aI:) }'..,,



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THE FLORIDA MIRROR Tl11 "SHOUT LIXK." 'pleasant countenance. An adept himself at Tltll FROM 3IACOX TOJACKSOX-- 3LU11NK

humbugging the public, he is not slow in 1'I LLIfrEaNANmIN.1Itlvlvi
--. '=::=:= TUF: c'm.y. RTfOOF TUB ronlmALol'ENiN)07 detecting the tricks of others. Thus he has JMorf of J'uaudlna.

g.OO .1 YKARi $1.00 POI SIX JlfOXTIIS.JlejlecttouR 'TUB FEUNASntNA AND JACKSONVILLE discovered, by oracular evidence and un : m' 1'11':-.PEitITY eF> TIIAT man WATHK.: :

RAILROAD ON Al'KU Gill. doubted testimony, that thousands of Mediterranean TOWN-I.AKOK INFLUx' OF NOUTlHU1II'Is- Saturday April 1)3:47: : A.M. 4:17: r, .
------ __no____.._ _.____ _. are brought to Fcrnan N
u .h The opening of the Fernandina and Jacksonville dina oranges ITOIW AXI JiOIlTIIKRN: CAPITALISTSINTO Sunday, 10...... .Im":: (dO"fon,1ay :
repacked\ Florida crates and sold
as .. lim":
tile JACKSONVILLE.JAC : 11 ... : tit: !J"
1'ailroad was tutored into by our genuine production of the
peninsula .
He 'KKON.MLI.K:, March[ 21!>.-The writer came Tuesday, J 12..... U:17" 1i:4-t.:
was assured of this the
In tho regatta Wednesday, the Idlcwild, of citizens with a zest which did credit to their Savannah Meamboat who by had captain of a down from Macon f last week by.theCumber t ".ce1ne!<,lay, 13: ...., 7:02: : i:2H": om.

J I St. Augustine, won the race for second-class heads and'hearts./ of Sicily on board a and large showed quantity land Route via Brunswick and Fernandina, Thursday; 14..... 7:17: :tl":

yachts. The day was ushered in by a signal gun, them to him.oranges Florida horticulturists owe a and found that all the trestles; and washes. Friday, "t.i...... ::IJ": .!m"!

The past week has brought to Fcrnandina when, as if by magic, on the masts, yards and debt of gratitude to the astute and ingenious on the Macon and Brunswick railroad had .
been und the track UNTERF.D.April
mermaid thoroughly repaired was
'\ It' many well known gentlemen from our own rigging of all t the vessels in the harbor flags, the counterfeiters manufacturer of their for own thus unrivaled exposing again in excellent condition :Superintendent 4'Schooner C. II. Fostqr<<; Coombs,

. I and other states ensigns and pennants fluttered in the breeze, golden oranges. Edwards and his assistants doserve! great Savannah
" showing the taste and of credit for the and industry! displayed Schooner: 0. \\'.
ability our shipmasters Either Itanium energy April : May, -, Savannah
J The United States District Court is not put an orange mermaid l in retrieving' the damages caused by the/ late '
to decorate their
I yet in session, in consequence of the detention on on II. II. J., or the captain of the Savannah freshet in tile Ocmulgce river, which was the April 7-S. 1'. St. Johns, Vogel, Charles ',:
of Judge Settle Uy general consent all places of businesswere steamer played off( the story upon\ Barnum. highe'ter! recorded.<< The purchasers! of this tOil r4

The Northern closed, and the day was made a /holiday Of course, we need not say that this! repacking fine property are reaping! the fruits of their ,April' 7-S. S. City of Dallas, Hlsk, New ,J y
I I municipal elections have and sagacity in the rapidly increasing
enterprise !
0 in its largest sense. Our citizens, in addition 1. of I ; \ ork'
resulted in the success of the Democratic to the energetic committees Sicily:: oranges in Fvrnandina Is! all : business! of the road, and not the April 8-:S. :S. City of Dallas, Risk, Jacky tj
ticket in most instances appointed Itanium. It is not uncommon, we believe, least doubt is entertained that they will carry son,'lIIe. ;J
i t specially to supervise the programme, declared for retail fruit dealers at the North to label out to the letter the proposed extensionto ( t.IAnEm.: : iI'
I The Georgia excursion party, numbering themselves a committee of the wholeto ; Atlanta, ami every other obligation incurred
all their "
l fruit "Florida oranges, and attemptto April 7-S. S. City of Dallas, Risk: Jacksonville -
t. one hundred and twenty-five,passed through receive and minister to the enjoyment of pass them off as such, but fruit vessels ; to the State. ,

Fcrnandina on Thursday morning. their guests, all turning out to do honor to from Sicily do not land their in TIIK lltll' TO FF.n .'NIHNA AprilS: I' :St.; Johns, Vogcl, Charleston l;'
1 r Great credit is due to 11. F. the occasion. was keenly enjoyed! by the numerous passengers .
Armstrong, I Florida to be repacked: and sent North as some of whom had never before beheld .\I'rilHark Imogenc: (Ur.), holmium, }'
I: for his laborious and successful The first to arrive were., the visitors from ,
c sq., exertions I Florida oranges. Perhaps the correspond old ocean's trackless expanse" of Queenstown. '!

in making our gala day a success. Gainesville, who were received and welcomed ent may suggest to sonic ingenious mind tin waters. Atlanta's ('I\J'itall1nd enterprise: were April 8-S. S. City of Dallas, Risk, New ,

: by the military committees. At 10:30: largely represented I in the persons of Messrs. York
1 The Savannah Yacht Club idea of such 1
were ably represented establishing an industry. John -T. Grant and his son William, W. IN PORT
; at our regatta by Captain William eight passenger coaches, full to repletion, ----- I Markham Esq., President L. P. Grant, of Hark IlIIo ene. :

Horn and Messrs. Kinsey and Fred Wyley. rolled in from Jacksonville, and were received Archer Items I, the West Point Railroad\ the irrepressible II.W. Hark Mentor. l

with military honors and a grand sa To the Editor of the Mirror : Wrenn, !Dr. Logan, and quite a bevy ofladies Schooner Alex. Harding. 1

We learn that the recent frost extended as lute. Shortly afterwards the first contest of We have just )passed through/ horrible made up of the wives and daughtersof Schooner) Etta M. Darter. ,;
far south as Tampa, injuring vegetables and the party. Singular to say, nearly :.
of Schooner E. F. Cabado.
the yachts and the regatta took place. The spoil: weather. On the 27th there was a
of these the fortunate
tender \plants. The frost also visited Orange ono : gentlemen are Schooner C. W. May
harbor presented a beautiful spectacle' the slight frost ; another on the 28th made, owners! of orange groves in Florida, and Schooner C. II. Foster. ;i
and did considerable ;,
county) damage, it is
vessels decorated with flags and streamers. "wliite I'flines" of all our "cukes." On the29th seemed delighted with their investment Yacht America. J

said. The steamers City of IJridgcton, If. D. Plant, a cyclone of wind and hail ruined the The day pleased.was! breezy(Our and interior bracing friends,, and all could appeared ____ n _ ______ ...__..-. ,'j.
The editor of the Mirror breakfasted nt Athlete Flora Annie Wood and the gardens at Archer Arredondo and Gaines-
t revenue never tire admiring the little inlcnts that New Advorlisomeiil.H.ritOC'I.AMATION. .
(; Jacksonville at half past eight, walked from steamer Boutwcll were moving about the ville. The hail was! piled up in the street: stud the inland: passage to Florida, all --- ,

p the Brooklyn end of tho\city to the Fernanlina harbor or at the docks. The yachts, with six inches thick near the depot at Archer. clothed in the :soft verdure of spring and vocal '

" < and Jacksonville Railroad and with the noisy clatter of birds The vast WHEREAS In accordance with the laws
depot, their sails swelling to the fresh Northwester, The tomato and bean patches! were strippedof fields of marsh 'also attention : ,

was in Fcrnandinant half past! ten in time skimmed rapidly about the ]harbor, and at leaves, peaches all knocked otT, and even which, on the Cumberland challenged side, afforded\ perennial the lUoxham State of Florida,did his excellency the 30th, W. D.of
governor, on day
t for business. This brings the places into very the signal given sped on their way like sea the rails were dented In as if pitted with pasturage to droves! of cattle and March, A. D. 1881, by proclamation! declare\ :

I close proximity. gulls, and exhibited fine skill and seaman- snmall-pox. April 1st a severe "blow" set in some wild ponies who still roam on the jl' the charter of the city of Fcrnandina repealed -
land. Tho late Mr. Stafford before the war
1 The trains from Jacksonville bring. largo ship. The leading contestants were the Annie from the northwest, and on the 2d t a freezeof imported man,? brood mares and stallions AND und wmnE.A:dissolved: ; and five aldermen

I number of passengers, and tho evening boats of Brunswick and Anna of l St. Augustine, 32 to 3G. It killed all the cokes, corn, from Spain: und an admirable cross was obtained hab'I'1i; appointed mayor and qualified,

.go out with full passenger lists. Leaving with an element of calculation and draw cotton, beans, etc., left by the storms. It is from their intermixture with thehard'native and a !reorganization of the City of Fernan-
stock. The writer heard (him
Jacksonville at 2:45: the traveler finds him back on account of difference of size and canvass disheartening to our energetic planters to at his residence that ho frequently dina been perfected under the ,provisions of
own !
say "
self in Savannah or Macon at breakfast time making it difficult for the judges to de- have all cut down, and no chance to recover sent whole :shiploads of these ponies to the an act of the legislature of Florida, entitled -
an act to repeal! and dissolve: municipalcorI'orations
with a comfortable berth in one case!'! and cide who was entitled to the prize, the larger ground ; still we have sent for seed, and North, where they brought) high price* und under certain i circumstances,

( sleepers in the other.Imp'ol'ed vessel, the Annie of St. Augustine, hav- many will replant, and others will try rice were in much request. They possess astonishing and I" provide the manner in which, such cities!
endurance and
cost but
s ing come in ahead, but !subject to deduction and cotton. The loss: will reach into the little to keep.At may become rcincorporutod, approved February
:!7, 1S81 i"1
Mail Facilities ;
of time. thousands.A the ruins of
length Dungcness fragrant
so -
Aoir, therefore, / Ivtlne Shirt Mayor call
; We now receive the Daily. Union at half The amusements of the mule race, the (Ih'gracdulaffrny, in which a drunken of storied memories, were passed, and upon all law-abiding l citi/ons to unite and

past ten, and the Savannah Newt of previous fellow shot our swift moving craft, the steamer Plant, aid in the enforcement of law and the
donkey race, greased pole and the sack was by saloon-keeper, happened reached: her dock at Fernandina.: establishment
afternoon at the same hour. and wheelbarrow races revived the description on lust Saturday evening The fellow This old town, once the seat of a lucrative / of good government) ourcity. \
testimony wltcjeof, I have hereunto
of old and fired on the saloonkeeper with revolver trade-during the embargo times of the second -
The City Government. English sports, occupied the set my hand. this ith( day of April,
time pleasantly until dinner. The pleasuresof and got u dose: of duck-shot ; not much dIimage British war, hits ot'late taken an up A. )D.: t 1881, at the mayor's; ollicc,
The new city government appointed by mllicItart! again) and is now fairly on the
the table, the tea beuch, the drives and done, however. :SAOITTAUHJS.lAreher : road to (City of Fcrnandina, Florida.G. .
t Governor ISloxImm went into operation the : pro-perity.: Tlieiiihabitants'iiist! now'Lure STARK, Mayor.Attest .
walks about made the afternoon April 4, 1MS1. greatly enthused at the of
town passpleasantly. | : completion .
O. Fitinxu
past week. Mayor Stark has appointed Mr.M. : : Clerk
the-mad to Jacksonville: and arc making ._,
J. Paton, city marshal, Emil O. Friend, 1'ernandlna d; ,I"t'1'HtJut'lllrIt : grand preparations; for thc imposing: fetes ---
clerk and treasurer. Tho city police appointed About 4:15: p rat. another train well filled \ ((II road.ln and ceremonieshieh are to greet the arrival Money: SUKM is .Honey: .Mu: l<> U !

by the marshal arc'now on duty. with excursionists arrived from Jacksonville > yesterday's report of the Opening) \ of the first! through train '1'hl"'l' will take IURC1IASE: !' : YOUR ENGINES: FROM 1

and added to the throng which nlrt' / Y festivities: of the Fernandina .\;: Jack; place at un curly day. $toO on a 10 Horse j $:'OJ
1-crsoJinl. filled s-trceta. No disorder of kind soil viIIc Railroad, so much space was neci .\ delay of a t'\v minutes only :succeededere on a :20 C Horse, andHMi:; :: ) on a ."0 HorsePower : i
our any wiry to 1t'ull description of the proceeding wo W'l'l'l' again in motion on :Slr.1'ulce'sroad Engine. Send for our prices before pur:1:
Mr. II. W. Clark, of the Jacksonville. occurred during tho day, but everything in the Island City, us to leave no room for to Cedar Key, bound for It.ildwin. ]II. chasing! Engines: Hill{ Presses: Saw and '

Union, was in town this week. passed brightly and pleasantly. We regretted anything regarding the road and its fine cnt.I Maxwell: E-: '/:tstheetlieicntsu" t /mcriuteud- Grist Mills[ Threshers! or any kind of )Ia-

that we had not a street railroad to (equipments, which, after till, I is the main chinery. We are Manufacturers'( Agents.
Judge Hilton, of Tallahassee, editor of feature: ( the whole. The line of road is discharge! tho duties of his ollicc. Baldwin and guarantee( Hitisfaction in quality and '

l the Economist, was in our city on Wednes carry til] our visitors out to our glorious through a section of country, which, although was reached on t time, and another t transfer! price. WALKEU & LOU)), :
)beach, which was visited by all who could made: to the train which connects )Live Oak ?
day. it does: nut adbrd any striking( or No. 135: Meeting street, West !side': near
obtain conveyance.A very picturesque! scenery! has: much to interest with .Jacksonville:< tit which ,point we arrived Charleston:. Hotel, Charleston! S. ('. :,
: Mr Sweet, the well-known Plane" review of the took the passenger:!: whn, :seated lit the! car! in safety about 4 p. III. Florida's metropolis April 9,1851! -3mu, '!,
military place
4 of the Savannah Acuw, was in our city on upon window, i is whirled at a rapid, rate over u continues to increusn rapidly, in population _..n__ _
Wednesday., tho Green by General Loring. The respective smooth track, with little of that terrific und I importance. Numerous buildings lire --Notice to 1'aa"-I'tltlcrs.--- r ifI ;:
und detachments made fine going and splendid hotels, neat boarding -
companies a jolting( so conspicuous in many Southern up am now ready to receive tax returns for I''
Colonel Gentry, as well known to everybody appearance, and did credit to the reputationof ( roads. .\ few miles out is till trestle erooibig i horses" amt elegant private. residences the present year. Ulan k'rct urns will be

in Florida as the Savannah News, was our volunteer soldiery. Fine bands of Trout Creek. This is near its: mouth, greet t the eye min ('n'ry.I.lt.: Northern capital wished at lilY ollicc over (U. :Stark's store, (fur'j. ya
of the is: (lowing like a tide into the peninsula,
and affords fine view noble St.
a of Centre and Second "
1 in town on our gala day. mu..io enlivened the hours during the day, Johns," into which it enter Further and much of it takes tangible shape in this her streets.WM.. 11. GAKHND..

"', II. B., the admirable and interesting and made merry the hearts of the little OIiCS. on a few miles, another trestle, bridging ('(.- Houiishing: city.. The present: season haswitncM !' FEUNAXDIXA, March 10, 18S1-tf 'i
dar Creek I is crowed and then the track >d u hu'gcrintlux tourists und invalids ,
correspondent of the Savannah Newt, was At 8 o'clock the exhibition of fire works __
'1 through tho pine than cyrrbet'urc.! An inspection of the
t with us on our gala day, and we shall await began, )both from the vessels in the harbor runs probably ten miles, open before reaching: country the baggage:\ ut :\11).f thin I hotels will( reveal the SI.SlIn IIOISK, J

il with interest an account of the occasion from and "the Green." The display was very beau- Nassau! river and marshes: fully three miles: names of visitors from almost every state in High Point, Cumberland Island Georgia. 1W

,' I !his/uciYepen. tiful, and arranged with taste und skill. The In with. Tocross this was the greatest problem the I'liion. )1111of those:! not only spend
involved the construction of the road, their money, but make investments in lands I:. BUNKLl V: 1'uorurroii.
I The Florida Union was well represented beautiful bark Imogtne, Captain Itoblin, of but right well has it been solved in the present for the cultivation of fruits and vegetables,

=4 1 the opening day by its clevcrcorrespondcnt, Lawtcy'8 line, was decorated with Chinese substantially-built! trestle and bridges.The or in :stores, steamboats, railroads and manufactures Hoard per day, $1.60 ; per week, 700. .:

Mr. Brenner, whose interesting account of lanterns from her bowsprit to her item-post, river !itself, though, narrow, is deep, und of various kinds. Florida seemsto ',.
u swift current runs through its channel. In bo the pet ut'uur Northern friends, but This resort cannot he surpassed; for sporting
i the festivities which closed Wednesday forming a grand arch over her topmost it the fisherman may find sport und! profit ; however pronounced may be their Republican and surf bathing. Hear, deer duck

night, appeared the Union of next morning spurs, and looking like a golden fairy ship the writer having seen large channel bass sentiments first, it requires but u short plover, and all kinds! offish, in any quantity.
8t'1'rho America sojourn to convince them that negro rule is It can be reached by steamer or nail-bout.
,combining rail wayand rt'portorlalslccli. upon a silver yacht was and drum-fish (some of the latter weighing .
I neither desirable Hence( -
nor expedient. -
also handsomely! decorated, und contributed sixty and seventy pounds) caught in great we ---- -
?: a We were pleased to meet in our city Mr. very numbers in its waters at certain seasons of find many of them voting with the Democrats roit NALiirA

\ Joseph Clisby, the veteran journalist! of the much to the beauty of the scene, the year. The view from the cars while on the simple principle of selfnrescrvatinn. \ DWELLING HOUSE CONTAINING :

Macon Journal and Messenger Mr. Clisby is lighting up the harbor with powerful rock crossing, looking up or down the river reminds In this city the negroes largely outnumber lime rooms, well !linishcdand furnished,
3 ets bkllfully sent up and dissolving into golden !- ono very much of a portion of Western the whites, und the only way by with lot of land 200x2. feet, never-failing ';,i
well known to older citizens which be
our as having Anglo-Savon : maintained
liul'rt'tII:1ey'can -
The from :Nassau river to well .
prairie run : of water, tank
stars. Thc illuminated wllter.fallanll (:ulal'itI'ixt\' barrels.good i J
4 conducted the Sentinel at Tallahassee. The where junction is formed with the Transit is by sinking politics in the charter barn and out buildings, number of
diamond handsome and elections and coalition between oran"tand .
cross were Republican
very but short distance und from -
a fig trees
Sentinel was an extremely well conducted twenty-live varieties of"roses ,
elaborate of skill in pyrotechnics miles to Fernandina tax-ayers and the Democracy UJKHI a .
pieces that jioint !it is eleven other Mowers and shrubs. too
and has been excelled' in the numerous to
m citizens' ticket
never conservative led
paper, by one of the
in all about thirty-three miles. 1
called forth making mention. For further
and applause.
\ ou'r to rtll cr. Even: this failed to succeed in timelast parthutan111'1'1) to
in State. It
; history journalism was The road is supplied with new und p powerful JIllS.1'1.3IUCC11: "
decorated with /
Hall was elegantly for the that J
Lyceum contest of
: reason the
a : the representative of the old Whig party, engines, together with handsome }passenger many On the premises at Old Town. ;
of all nations the skill ballots of the Conservatives! bore the caption
the flags arranged by .
and did much to give that party in this ", coaches and bagagoand; made express curs o'U tlllll'ratic ticket," und some of the mOtIl Itrnandma, Fla., IVbrnary :2fl, 1881-:3m.Yuolit .
of the managers and the generous aid of Review the demonstrations duringVednesthty -- -
State the lOwer and strength it obtained. t Republicans would not vote them in -- --
] \ in Fcrnandina, we desire specially .t.-
of the and to .. i,
Captain ISohlin, Inwyene, Cap (
that A movement is foot
shape. on now, "
; Mr. Clisby removed to Macon many years to comment upon the conspicuous hospitality t
+ before the war, and has conducted tho Jour- tain Schultz of 'the Mentor, who, with a exhibited by all of her citizens! to however, to nominate such u ticket us will\ 1"11,1"afc' : and commodious! Yacht N'ICY, :.;
sailor's hearty good-will, entered zealously their guests. The best of good feeling prevailed gin onCIIl't' to no partisan on either side, ( O. G. I Darling, can be chartered
;r i tuil and Messenger for a long'period.. As a occasion und contributed from beginning to end, and discord and yet assure the selection of mayor and tor Pleasure parties at reasonable rates. Oyster i
into the greatlyto
; newspaper it has few equals was nowhere visible.[ Certainly the management council who will\ administer the laws faithfully Hakes at King's Hay a specialty.. .
i its success. The ball was throngedwith deserve, and .should be complimented ail protect the interests of tho city. For particulars, apply; to Major Suhrer t ,

l Letter Front Governor Drew, fair women und brave men, and pleasantly upon the exceedingly pleasant unllsucccII.ful Every: true juitriot will give his aid and conn, Mansion House, or ThompsonpeJl':- ':'
closed the At 12:30 the train for termination of the "biggest"event tenance to this commendable t'tlilrt.U: U.U. cer House, St. Mary's' or address t
; I Ex-Governor Geo. F. Drew writes to one which ever occurred in that pleasant in Xirniinah. ."'U'I, CArT. O. (c. DARLING I .
sounded its
Jacksonville signal depart
the officers of the railroad follows 15-13t :
fl of as : little city.A St. Mary's Ga. .
ELLAVILLE, FLA., April 5, lE Sl. ure, and the guests were safely deposited at prominent feature of the pyrotechnical Notice ------- --- __.u_

"DEAR SIB I have the pleasure of acknowledging their homes by 2 o'clock. display was afforded in the ]harbor illumina Notice is hereby given, that Warren F. SAW MILL LANDAMD ,"\1 .
Everybody: enjoyed the occasion, which tion. The British bark Imoyfne, Captain Soott, Tax Collector, will, on and after April '
the receipt of your kind invi Itohlin, and the bark )fmtor,Captain Schultz 15th. 1881, 'proceed with the collection of t",
travel line of road to was made a true gala day. The skies, the schooners and
; t tation to over the your together with three large Li-cense
witness., the festivities in celebration of the atmosphere, the winds and the elements all General llutlcr'a yacht America, were all Taxes made after March 30th, 1831, to -ORANOn GROVE FOR SALE.
conspired to make the day successful-but tastefully/ decorated and illuminated with any person or persons other than Warren F.
; opening of the Fernandina it Jacksonville from to Scott Tax Collector, will be recognized. (,
hearts and Chinese lanterns, strung bowsprit .
above all cheerful bright willing
d Railroad Short Line, on Wednesday, April tip of the topmasts and spars ; rockets and G, STARK ;;
6th. I am pleased, not alone by the reception hands We trust our visitors carried away Bengal lights were burnt from the decks of Attest : Mayor of Fernandina. TIm undersigned offer for sale the I >s
remembrance of the America, the latter abu EVIL O. FRIEND. Clerk.FKRNANDIM.
with them as bright a the Imttyene and
which is evidenceoC Saw
Invitation Mill
3 ; of the an at Duttoii
day as we did of their visit. }<'ernamtinaand firing a salute.Coming .April, 18SI. LJ
but also at this
I your remembrance, public back to our starting point we Transit Railroad
.L announcement of the completion and Jacksonville are joined together now wish to congratulate Captain W. G, Colo- The Weather. near Fernandina,

opening of a road which isthe offspring and with iron bands, and we trust! their joint man, ('lIe"II1.\S.Cnger agent, and Conductor LOCAL OBSEaVAT10Ne.FEBNANDINI. : 320 Acre of Fertile Laud _

ii V. outgrowth of the spirit of enterprize, which interest and prosperity will grow apace- tilled Taylor the ,coaches in view and of the were large carried crowds over, which the ., }>'L.\., April I 8, 18SI. With an I '

d is so fast permeating our State. Of course these cities by the sea. road Wednesday with the absence all accident 1. 18.. (). I 1S, I. /) ,

1r such material advancement as this is gratifying l or inbha|*, so that those who participated --- :! ( ------- -- :i.
A Correspondent Sold, can but look back upon the occasionus = : The Mill i lot i In Hn-U-Uw .
k- a to all Interested the welfare of FlorIda Hay .1 1- I-- I I order. 1 train
one ol unalloyed: l'njupl1ent.--JtJrbU/a- extt'nlh three
1 and Jam, particularly pleased to Bee 11, H. J., a correspondent in the Savannah ripe It'l iOI'. : timber. miles Into a fine tract- of
a -- Dwelling House
Is In the lead. JWuof the tills instant, tells the following l8ii-unlay; i00 3(1 5G (.tear.I : Shop Stables, and Store, Blacksmith
.that your company Orange Land at n Jlaraatn. 17a. quarters for emphoyee, ou
and through the yarn : 3 M 3H C,J I 'air. the 1lacc. '
"Thanking you, you The writer and companion- called upon \ valuable tract of 310 am' of hammock Dutntay. 4 f I'4 I $2: till 00 Cloudy.
other officials of the road for the honor Mr. Itanium at the Ciarendonand met witha land, with wild orange grove, on Orange Tuesday 5>> 64 t.M 3.'i M Clt'ar. I'rlee Ver,' Low for C'a..lI.

,, done me, and netting my Inability to be most urbane reception. In height Mr, Lake for sale at a bargainr'or particulars Wednesday 6 I ti" 88 H 76 I Ch'ar. W. ]i. ('.
s very truly, LJarnum measures about live feet eight address' : G. K.: PAIKHIKKK, Thun.dlG.' .2 51 W Clear DURYEE, '
pf''llJCJ1t'J: am, yours 'oJ" l Feruandina. s Ui 41 W FilEt W. If0y'T.ry .
ilt i "GEO. F. DKEW.: :' Inches, and possesses an intellectual and April 2, 81-U- Friday 801 J 'air 15-1t Femandina.
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