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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 16, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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VOL. III. FI3UNANDINA FLA. SATURDAY[ APRIL 16, 1881. NO. 21.

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81'.11'1111'8.. number of years, nil the b.lr-roners and with the current I of the river ns it event out 'Mackbcrries in July. At the 1'llIloflhl' sonon : compete with any other portion of the State ,,

stores were (-Ii sed. One or t two 1"'I''lm'l're into Lake: George as to prevent its keeping; n ( they have sold as" low as three ipiart.s fortwentyfive with her. fine lands. for quick transportation.\ )

Alttchun. arrested! for violating the III.lyof'lIor.h'r prohibiting channel open through the hart :and the consequence cents They now bring twenty Further than this, the Florida :.SouthernUailroad : .

,- The Gainesville\ if: MI and J'ce wisely pays : the. opening of stores on Sunday, i is very shoal water causing; the cuts a quart ; curlier in the season they Hell l Company are! progressing' finely i
;
"There N i nothing; to be 'gained) and posvj- ,and were taken 1 b,'fore the 1I1.1>'flr, 'clIll'rllay, upriver ste-amers much delay and annoyance 1111 dollar a 'quart 1Il\11lah'r strike the aver- twenty miles of the roa.l: has been grud!:'l, ,

bly great: deal to be lost to our posterity, by an I lined $'"> an 1 cost*, The mayor announced :and actually preventing the running ige of fifty cents. The business i is Increasing commencing at Palatka.and the Iron Is bt> j

a party fight in our municipal election. his determination! : to have: all I stores, of some of our heretofore old reliable boats ) every your j it i.'Q' profitable, and as hag rapidly hid !Leesburg and
What matter is it if Democrats or 1'epubli-[ bar-rooms, and. shops closed in future on The Gcorttt .}(. Hint, Ftwrnre/ Vf/mY/l/(: I). much may: be !said of t'nrl'il1tl'r'I' l'Iahh'I, will ('IHII in for its share of this It t t

('an'll'ollll'IC! : !! the city council so (long as the :Sunday: and that all persons who violated' /:Vn-n/and I Pty n f Snnford; have all\ been delayed which oun, be raised! with h'ss !trouble, ami will run clear through the county.\', nuking i ;

city f finance are properly Iti..lltlr'I, and all the laws in this: respect' : would be punishedto ) and, in consiMpicnce' (the mails: for the are just as profitable as strawberries. Thereis this place its principal depot, proceeding nnduten j

needed iulprnveluentstuthccitylrosecuted! the fullest extent of the law.---The !surveying upriver have: IIl'ell'l'ry irregular. It is neither sense! nor reason in farmer or the peninsula, nctkbig'I'munpa\ its ter 3

with the lemt possible cost to the taxpayers party of the Jacksonville.' & St. August known that the rongrosivif lat wintci ;nnlenei confining himself! to ono production. minus. No Wllllll'r thaI Floiid.i has such ,:;

? It no doubt! gives: more general satisfaction tine I Itailroad! : i is expected,! to completethe made an appropiiation\, of $.000 for the improvement \ Theory is everywhere diversify your bright pruspcctstvitliuclieiatt'tnisurpassd ,f ,

however, where both parties arerepresented survey of that 1'0:111.111\11 arrive at St. Augustine of this bar, and the ('()ngress of crop and! make 11I1111('>'. A few year from ">' no other country in the world, and with |4

on the board: ; and this satisfaction next Friday. As all of the capital t this winter made an additional appropriation now will make a great diHerem-e! in the increase lands 1.1111'111 to the growth I of all tropical: I j | ,

can he attained in mother way save by f>ir building this road has been subscribed, of $.\;,W for the same purpose. Xow, production cereals. I In fact we and semi-tropical fruits, followed with uU j

the nomination and( election ofntickctsinil. w e are 11I."();, llcll that bids for grading, and ,. what we wish to know is: that if an appropriation are in our infancy; upon the !>lIhjl'l.tIf our the ('ol\'li'III"1 of railway and. water Irani I ;

lar to the present count il. A'I for us, and we fern s'ling ties will be advertised I for in of $(ltl I ,.",ot( ) will not even rrimt/irticv paying re's.Hinvs. :Nearly' everything; you portation, Sumler county t will not only hI, ,1,1I j

: have no doubt a majority of our citizens are about tn days, in I the work of building the this much-needesl improvement how much look at, whether it be I timber, land or water, I the banner county I of the State, hit Flori.U ',

of the same opinion, we would be pleased to road'! pushed} to l'ollll'h'lioll.-'Ifuny: of the greater appropriation will it take to coinplete \- I'nllllt' utili/.ed and made. to minister! to the will be the banner; state of the Union.-

see the present council retained. They are excursionists:, who accepted the hospitalities it ? The matter i is getting to \be a soli-i wealth and comfort of the human race in Our firmerand, fruit-growers have (tnrne.1

now fully conversant: with the city's augers, of the 10'1'1'1111111111111111 Jacksonville! Uail- tills one, and if we cannot soon see some Florida.-/W.iM.i IfcnilJ..Sf. (their attention in a new-direction, wlikli ha

1 and 1 arc therefore possibly better qualifiedfor road I. on Wednesday! last l, to the opening practical evidence of the benefit' of the appropriation ./()/! M.S.We so far proved quite prll\III'. The orange

the position than 111IICW. board that ceremonies at Fernamlina: desire to extend \ { a loud. ami long howl will be learn that the first 1 five miles of the shipping I is generally through with cuily IB

might be selected.) their thanks to Messrs.: C. W. Yulee, execu:: heard from this side of the bar.-Pursuant: route selected I for Jacksonville it St. Angustlno the spring\ affording ample.time for the productiou -

There arc several cases of pneumonia in !ti director! ; I). I 1'J.: Maxwell( general superintendent to a call, a meeting! was held.l at Apopka Cityon Railroad: has been laid out and levelled of early vegetables, and our plant

the city.-The hotels: have done a good l ; and A. O. MacD.tncll.: general Saturday. April ',1. The meeting was and that proposals are about to beissued ers: many of 1111'1, have: taken advantage

: V business the past few days.-Strawberries passenger and. ticket agent, for the many organized by culling i Colonel 1.:. C. Morgan I : for the grading ami laying of track this opportunity; and are making heavyshipments I

arc oll'ered f.tlale on the streets at twenty- acts of kindness received at their hands during to the chair and electing; \\'. \\'. Hunt( of for that much of the rued Proposals will \ with profitable. rl'IIrJ1I.-Sumtt

,r r'c cents per quart.-The farmers are busily \ their stay ut the Islandity..-Union.Lucambla. Altamonte, secretary. The subject of n follow for c'ach additional five miles! as fast f'onsty .hhvnit'r.

engaged; in replanting their "cukes," branch railroad from Ixuigwemd to I.:ikoApopka us the surveyors can complete, thi'ir maps. With its last Issue (the Sum'r Alt'Ilct'Ii.,

which were killed by the Into frost.-Cir- "'" are pleaded to learft that the corporation via Altamonte and Al'ol'klCit>.. The building of the 1'011111111\\' appears' to be te-rod 1101 its fifth volume. It has succeeded

cuit court will convene in this city on the of the road: to be built from rhattahoo- was discussed by Major; T. Champnoys, settled! fact. l'.vcrytlung at the oilier end so wl.1 tho past that it bus h1 enlarged.The .

2.: th inst.. being the last held in this circuit. 11. "r. Sims (!i. W. J.l'wlori J. J. Combs and editor
> chee westward, will meet at I'ensacola on oft the route goes on favorably, and Jacksonville modestly finds that his paper{ bus!

-(Jen. Fin ley will take testimony in the Monday: the llth to take steps in regard to others who enlarged lquln\ the great neves- has doii'.Mill! in It14l'lIw'rtll I'romoldlll' prospered only hoe-ause it I Is published in a

Hisbco-Finloy! contest, at Arredondo, on its cunslructiAn.t This road: is of great importance sits for the road.' SlIh"cril'lillllS were then scheme. There has been no trouble at that prosperous county.I t
next Saturday.-The engine and I boiler (for to the wholeStatc: far more so than culled for. tind tin being summed tip aggregated I 1'II1111hollt lands, or any difficulty. regard! Impri'ssion\ wo wished to leave was that this

/ the new steamer which is: soon to bo run on any other contemplated line, as it i is expected +l about $:.!.iOOO.) vhih'lu is to be offered : tuluctthrg: the lino. There. (is: no place in (county. !Is prosperous, of which the \

Puine's Prairie arrived one day last week. I tube the great highway between the Pacific as a donation to the South Florida Railroad. the Slate that would. bo more benefited by. ous condition of the Atlcnnce I i.sun (.\,1'0,1l..

-:Mr. ('. L.1 INtes: the contractor on this and Atlantic! oceans in (lie southern Company if they will build, the \proposedbranch. \ railroad communication than St. Augustine Wuaro not often licensed of being modest, RB

end of the Gainesville: \ 1II\l11'aial ka road has: part of the c..untry.: -Jrniirr.Ilcrnttmlo. .-Smith rinriln Jmiimif.I'lltin and it is to be hoped that !its citizens, I the nea spnptrbusincsshasdeyeltipedtilargo I

graded far as lift sink-four miles distant HI. now that there is every reason to believe amount of "cheek.I 1 "

I -and is pushing' ; the work with all possible that the 1'0:1111.: to be built, and at an early Su u'ri I
has made
The recent cool weather 'urnaml
rapidity.-Sun nml lift.Columbia.. As we goto' press, we learn (hat IWII M'hooll'; day, thus confiding; a positive and Listing The of Uft.
the
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cotton look badly. .\ rl'aIh'al l\ l of thecorn Incorporafors\ LivcOakttltowland's -
ers arc now' on the river between here and benefit; on individual. dtill'lI! thaI they
has been 1'11I\\'l.III\'r. I am glad to every Illull'Uailroad. have had several nicei- '
Jai'ksonvillehaving; MIIliI' I'lIt iron, on board; will manifest little interest in, what
At a meeting; of the citl/jn1 of Jefferson: note tat:: a larger aiva is planted !in corn in a more lugs 1 recently, having orgaui/.ed by xeloclins /'
.. l for eight miles more of our railroad.-Avery them and do whatever .
co.inty: on the 'JOth of March: an address this, sjction this yc-.ir than: \last. I feel 1'1111'ti.I1I1 directly concerns Ion' F. Whi, mis chairman, ami I i D. 11 f MiAlpinsevretary. .
s.I"IIUlir: occurred the Larkin Ilou-c1( !
word deed( which !l'11i1Itll'I'llIIlIh'
by or
and resolutions were adopted.\ The! \people that the immigration: to .this enmity they can may The! Hist impoitaiit biis.1-
List\ evening, which resulted in the death ofa
scheme which will be' more ad
of( that noble taunts intend to assist theirfellowcitizens will be so' large next winter that all the corn I ness is the sclee ting and retiring Irll market -
very estimable i : young man, ,\t\\'oolll'tll'r ; than .
1.1-1.: Augustine anything
.lIllaI'IIII"
\ who have been IIrre..ll"1.C'l1lr"tl.,1 over home needs can be disposed of at lemunerative :: ; tho lauds granted the enterprise by th.act ),
by name: night watchman at (the lio'.el.! It that has, occurred during the three bundled
: with violation: of the election (laws. : prle!' I spent night; with Mr giving them the! 111'11'1'' Wo iinilcF-
seems that several(( wart'. in the olll.v.\ among; and l odd I of its existence.-Owing) to
The country: has time and again witnessed.1JI1 William Jones" last week! and learned; from ye-ais ; stand that this !is being done as fast us: IMI.Vhible.
t them: deceased.! A> brecvh-loading I rifle, the number of we "republish' the j
,' ash bo f1111111'a, I'11 him in culture. lie requests l'un.ldcruhlclnteresti i is I
1 1I law-abiding; as can ;; operation: \ orange manifesteelbjpiiHleM ,
which usually MamNJiMlieolllcc; was I taken Il'th'r..r 11 r.1)uuialather/ of II. ,
r.' to distant places) for trial, upon charges made'I stated that he ha.l 1 bet ween "twenty-live am( following abroad who mire inipiiilng in ivgaid
up. and, by some mails: accidentally: dis\ II. lhuo.is,1'::+ ., 1111-4city'fu regard, the
by reckless witnesses, wjio were at last nom thirty bearing trees, the most of which an I1 to III lalh'I', and thelncorponilorHuresaniAiiine f
charged; the ball siriUng! I'otteron the rightidt celebrated 1 five/.e of I I8.T' : The letter originally
be! to sub-.t.intiate: the charges ni.uL1: or tu ol.IIIII.II.lre.; and! bear full (very- year, together ; us (to the Mice-ess II the undertaking
and killing him 11I lallll.TIll' I I is 1
body appeared in our: l+suu of January hili.
convince intelligent jurors. The \persecutions with about three bundle'I young trees They expect to commence throwing; dirt !I.
to" be embalmed and sent to his home inWcstcrlv.
!:! of the past have awakened the people[ i 1.1 ;grove shape! on the* lium'ste.id, place, Isl 1 1 : ihieo months. TOIIIIII.1 cannot hushed( in i
I !It! I. :Much( sorrow, is felt bv bis
.
"Sr. Aniusnxr.. :, !March, l Hn-I.
and they are now determined l thattlt.h conduct and.( :-lxl>'-Iil.lr others: set out last year on the 'favor: II(thU 1'11\11. and, w,' to coin,
associates at hinutinicly death, as ho was: Wo had on the night of I he 7th of "February C""III.t '
shall: \ bj fully exp red by enabling; the P.attcn: Peale'all; of which belong to his moiil more fully in a future IIrtdl', where! /*
well liked III i-I'ut.nn .
\ by ('ua":1 Jnnrnnl.
in this and far South as thevery
place, as
uccusc.il to ni.'ot in court the accusations: minor brothers and sisters. Itesiiles these \\'' will show tho importaiie-e of the tumid,
Xowbere in Florid the culture of of peninsula I : of "Florida,
brought, and thus fix the stigma; of persecutions tree of the t children 11(r. Jones leas set out can the extremity fr.11 both I national; and State point of;
orange be seen and! Mudied to hitter advantage : u cold weather that has lasted( ) for II whole v Il'\\'.-Fhritlit, /1"UI .
: where it belong, As long as: State offkvrs fnir hundred and fifty: for himself in fourdifferent tl.JI18
than: in Putnam: county. :Many[ points week, without a single day's interruption ;
f obeying! State laws can bo arl'ch..11I1l1trl.I ; grovi-s.' He told UK- that all of the

Sji United States courts upon' charges trees are doing well. One of his, J1'O\'l'Sl'01l- in spmi-tropical fruit-;gruw'hig; are as yet undecided on its (first night! and day the thnmometerof I U 1-{'R I J 1 Il';U.
but whc'her l Keanmno fell lo eight degrees below
: water protection is ( ;
gr"nviug out of obedience to such laws: the 'I silting' one hundred Ullllttn"C'l'1I trees, -T- j
people\ have to bear an I imposition I certainlynever I is upon onoof the prettiest locations for a myth or Jack Frost t only illustrates nuirculinf /,T.i, equal to sixteen\ decrees below frec.ingpoint We are I 111.1'1'l I to J. It. e Drew, lag.,

contemplated by the Hinders of our ;grove I ever saw. It is' situated Orange caprice\, when he f.I\'ors'rrlaill )localities, of Fahrenheit's and was at thai during for I thu following 1111 on the. death of a
whether tlio back is i caused bv insect the whole, of Sun,lay til'Ii '" of:Sunday ; -
or not ; :} I favorite
United The lake- from the
the Jesse IHanton's.
government Either the States: or Lake: near Mr.: parrot, accomplished pea
or "something; else, we must wait for experience to :Monday( was colder, but I am unable of thu I
; of elections makes ICII.lllt this the land CAMrn.i.invM
States .should[ prescribe the mode place, projecting 11/I 1 hiiggcMcd, no
to decide. On the long headland\ : extending to say to what extent ; on Monday( morning doubt
\llIll'arlll. should be amenable to but ; out into the water like a cape" having; by tll.t nnisie of the I'u-gir
one juris: ,liction !in such cases. Individuals} water uion: I three sides of it.'l'north and (eta 1.:1: kl' George, culled I Orange; the thermometer (llcuiimur) was at 7 ti slut'k short'\1,.'c'l hounds 1".1 piety Florida 'honia ;

lawsa .. recedes from the lake Point may be seen a very fair example: of ut four degrees below' zero ; till'10,1 of Thcrei is music in the ,
arc made: to sutler from the conflict of -- eu f. As the land goy breaker, i
hardship, no fair-minded per:+on can wish I ing; south, it becomes: higher, giving u tine what capital\ business tact and enterprise\ :Monday( : Tuesday \\,11'11'111.1,1' ; on Tuesday As (hoy dash in I'nun t the sea,
applied\ \ to Florida lalll.1 ... will do. This wholep morning the thermometer ut 7 To'clm\ stood There is mus.e; in the 11'll.III,
tllll'riltcll.-Since the freeze on Friday lastws view of the lake and a'olwlr.lol'lh. of it. As il
lilt sold few U. W.Towle at and ,from. that lime lo Sunday following : ro.lrJlll'1 (lIt ;
was a by Zv-ro,
I .vein ago;
(have ,'i"ih'jll1l.lll, ;gardens' in this vicinity Mr.1 Jones\ "stated that: out of m ire than seven Theie is music: i flit brunches-,
to eliir rent parties, in a ,state of nat kept u very few de-grcos above, excepting I
.\111 I find them seriously Ililllla I'I1. 1'eas hundred trees under his supervision \tlY'f'owinging in the air,
ural'willlllI"w, it cove-red by orange; however, the 14 :J.tillhut have: all\ '1'11'rt.1 : in the nistllng IcuC'fl'l
111Ii
be
are slightly; hurt, and the shipments will tlnre: are but one 11111\111'1'11111I11 scventytlveupon
and in been cold ice frollIII\; to ''lhlc every vvheie.
other fruit tree''' all'tattofgrowth.The very ; producing'
sin,ill for a coupleof weeks ; beans have been haniin: Il'k11I.1\; the others being upon\
oldest nf those ;grtn't-s was bought; by its "several' I hiehesthick. Tu give you it better I is in the thunder
reduced I to one half crop; tomatoes almost pine land. IIc seems thoroughly alive to "hc'f' 111'11 ,
entirely killed and cukes looking hoary the importance of orange culture, and be present owner, Mr.: I K.: 12.: Ifighloy.; of CedarRapids. i II lea of the temperature\ : ut that time, I will Al throl,1 clouds it rolls along, ,

Iowa, in 1 r7,",, .\ few buds were way that it was a real Northern winter's 111.11: in the Stunnu-king I wall
The gardens( at Gainesville, and in fact all se-emsas determined to lay the foundationfor Ik-fore coining raging
started 1r. T.iwle. but lie found vvvck thing unknown in the unnals of I storm ;
1&72 by u
along the line of the Transit IL road, were fortune for his littk brothers and sisters, Th'rl"1 music in the summer brcczo,
'riotI.1', injure.! For nearly one hundred in for himself. The spirit manifested by him unit. fin j..tf. the .strl.. .,>.riti.....,.ll. ,..'rAl't-.1.iiiit... .lit.. several Florida. and bv which we have had all our ),t Uitlilltir. .....all our urt'!'.I!y turf.,
years' before. In le..s than two year he began young; oruugo trees killed 1, and are not to Tliere'u imisU1: in the wate'i: 'rail-
'. miles up the :St. Johns river gardens' are re. in this respect| is worthy of all praisean41 There is ..
to Since H7.) the this: ni'im.'nt able to tell whether the[ hlr e"c.&rillullt'lj IIIIIMU everywhere.music .
pick
\
oranges.;
posted' rjducexl to from one-fourth: ti one- imitation. The cost to Mr. Jones of all (his cropshave
be-on I7. .ft ilNNI( ) tiro also destroyed,I, ami it will, '
''' lil.ooi .11011, fl-.fHH in the
third of a crop. The truckers, with their ami the children's young groves, includingthe Thtrl" 1IIIIIIIIU'1 song ,
characteristic energy, are replanting liciino, entry of the land( but exclusive of the I Itre4 {Ni.ono.' ami, for the ('rllpj".t ;gathered: l, over uceording to the opinion' of( m,my persons, Kinging out Illl\thegule,
150.oix. ). In 1875: ('lretswcri'ih( bliouand take six weeks least before we are able to There music \the thri'at'ning HIUU!),
cukes and tomatoes.' -The district confer- for these he raised: himself has Ll'111l':4.'i Swelling forth the (lapping
18SO there 1/JW.! The annual know their true state !but ut all events, the bath
were : average ;
dollars. So that it music In the
Churchcommenced five hundred
ference of the Methodist Episcopal: than 'fl4'ru'lI dripping our,
ciiditiire has been $111'0' 1\11,11" is lost I fur Ibis, ami >erhais for several .
t its session on Thursday. Quitea is seen\ that it costs less to raise an orange ex:|> (this are crop | | freed) from toil and! cure,
included interest, taxes, running; cxpcii-xi*. 't'arf.! To dwell with you upon the results Itcncuth the bright and golden moon-
large number of ministers are in attend' grove here than it does on the St. Johns river is music
and the erection of breakwaterto Iti this community I N tfiipcrlluous.' Thu inhabitants 'htr everywhere.
a
|HTiiianent
ance.-ISUhop l' arcc will preach Sundayat and the health of the country I is as good: )
'the banks from waste thewaves. to this' city alone are deprived of There' {lc
by
protect mu. (
11 a. .-We have seen returns to parties us' any portion of the (State.-Corretpoiulence everywhere t'Nt:1.
of the ut least thousand dollars annual revenue. not in aching brctwt
The crop season just (punt has forty Hit my ,
last week ranging Florid Cretcent March ?9.
shipping; peas at prices! For I thu
If this had destroyed breezes sigh n requiemO'er
paid[ Intere-st on four lions the first invest casualty only
from $1 to $1.23 producers could uirrol( laid
percrate. lltllnboroujh.List Tweet ( tu rest ;
the ment. This calculation docn not take into I the orange tree, we might, -rhupx| look 'There's in !
calculate upon fair prices every year Friday and Saturdaynights were wt'eJIt tll grove today,
account the iiicre.-me in value of the hind with a little more composure on matters "
IJwer.
business: would be very profitable. This year about us (:.ld us we have ex 'criciiciil this
| And little
itself, which (I.vat l least fourfold since lt75.: but the cane-growers have also miUcred se Polly's grave white
Is un exception, however.-In every direction winter, the thermometer falling to 43 J"'. On With the orange flow era.UfUIKM .
The vegetables have all been destroyed fo1llill
The grove exhibits !>t'vtrlll'ar t.tiC-lllr: soil, verely.
we sec signs; of improvements lately account of the wind, tht.'reVa... no frost Saturday I CATCLL'txJA
(from stiff marl( to light; "sand It Is *nrroundcd t ; nay, tiwcattloarewithuutusingle i ?
made or making. New lumber greets the but VILLA
morning
morning, on Sunday ,
on three hides by water, and I, whether blatlu of grass to fro! upon ; in fait verdantF'lurda I CAITIJLtc.t.UulliU .
p eyeun utmost every street of the town ; our there was vome front, which did some damage / ( ('e. Imlinn /UI. .
this I is any protection or not Mr. llighleycan { is at this moment u-sulmilaU-d! to
eope! have to keep on the alert to find out in places to the vegetable crop.) The .
show banana and lemon blooms in profusion your nolghuorluuMl in J.muafY"WITt' land bill), introduced by Mr. ((lad.
all the work going on. A few dwellings fur damage to the vegetables: was by no mean .I
to-day. The grove is not for wile, for U'ecUy.{ stone, KCVIIM it) have quiet nl the Irish ngita'thin
needed should build
L rent arc am Mime one universal even in the saute neighborhoods, .Sumter.Sumter .
them.-Lnlc City Jlfjurler.Iluval. somewhat while the health of ono member of hU family has and! 1 is ca\IH'1\ by tjuirnulv! \ n tut a con.xMon .
: gardens being injured
slut ,
1 been much iVm-titod f. and Mr Ili,:bl-y i ittbundtntly j. county I is ackn jw ledge( ,'I. not only (' to :lul".

other, near by. were hardly affected. In the : natiafuil 1 with lily measure. of by her own |"N'plv, but uuny out of it, lo _. ,

IJy order from the Department, the mail vicinity Tampa we 11utia' (hat the tender- financial uit-ess a* well lie nays by the f noon iH-oonie the b.inner county ot the$tate. foeNlitical; trials in South ('urUII are

by the Cumberland U,>ute has been diacon- fit vegetables were unscathed on ome play light of hlil|lust "exM-ricnce| be can cut downtime It is at raiting the attention of the whole! nation ut I htaiid- till in the United Matt (
.-.', while a few hundred yard. distant; on 'ur 'J
Gouts This {is' a great annoyance to our C proportional ex|'eastof Ids bii-lni-ss and l.md-cvktT are constantly traveling time want of 1 district attorney and marvhul,

bu..inc* 1 jk.-ople. Postmaster Jay, ever aliveto other plaeethey were badly uiiaged.-San..1) fully one third.! Such; land( are> by no mean : over it making; purchase It is not only Probably the evidence wu alsn,wonting. a

the interests of the people, has written tit liinl Tribune. difficult to>> find. Jt.-twefn I. ikeGtvtrgoand attract ing the attention of Hi-ttlcrs but ol

' jperiuttfndnt; Twill urgently reiuesting Or" "u". Crescent City many such. l grovj-Kc-an IK* made rllroa.l) capitalist The St. Johns lake Tint( ,rgiu IUilroa| (Augusta M .\II.uI14

him to recall Ids order under which all The *trofi' west and! north wind of the 1mll1"1 has IKIII lease I
; as well as in the we,tcrn jK)rtion of our !2usti4: Railroad (imipany bus fully roulUedthe lulllJ by tit

mail closes: at the lon..t-utllle j ut 4:3) p. m. I ju>t week or more have played ham with CMinty.-The sttriwtwrryI4UIwill| C- ntiiuie !I fact that It I U mfensiry flu extend the !uth ('.'111" :. under u joint .r

and 1c.1un the 5W p. m. tr.1ln.-I t13.mJJy what U calkvl the Vulu-U I liar, at the head { until the tInt of J IIII(!. After the hotelsthey :I r".c.l I, und lx.-foro another twelve months I II rttlht'n1tet with PrwMrntA\VH-y+ i>f tl.kutral. .*

or the tint time in this city fur a of Lake George. The'ju.h. *, interfere*! j cosy are us plenty und .III cheu;, as I l.cU4bura and Huniter ounty williaM tq : ( ., I l U called t'l trrolrti'( aU1"r! |! ,






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: Till 0//-T OF TEARS. ventured to count upon your Influence." nut lift comes home I said thinking you ?" 1 Teacher.:
\'r'' But I have no influence! lilY dear Mr.Vavasour that my half crow, might persuade the man, As breakalet fact, I had only had a biscuit The profession of the law is crowded withthine
Kv<.' In cradle? at the close of day! ," said the bishop 1 'nave never ut some time or oilier, to usher me into the and :Z glass of water. Sol said I had whose only aim I Is to make money out

.. A little child was sleeping, given a party support to this Government, tugu-t presence not of their practice, and with whom carrying
Three angels robed in white array, or any (Chwe'rnllll'lIt. I go to London as lit. Hlcss your heart, we never know when Very well Then you shall have some their points, right or wrong, I is the one sure
< A prayerful watch were keeping. tic as I ran, and am always glad to get out Ilc conies home. lie may have to go and seethe breakfast with me. Hurrllgh!," to the man, proof of!successVhen Daniel Webster was
of it an soon a* I calm Some of my episcopal\ lril' Minister or some other nobleman "bring some cold chicken nll another tea young and unknown he received) $10 for ur-
.i Two !said' "0 she be brethren little from the ines he have case. The pay + small considering -
: happy.should<< get notes Treasury! IJ !; or may to go down cup. guing a its
.;,. Life's 1 best gifts have: we meted," asking them to he in their places at certain to the House of Lords ; or he may go to his 1 fra' d iwn amazed. In all my experience the thoroughness; with which he had
>','. "Nay," said the eldest<< of the three, times, or to use their influence with certain own private rooms at the House'of Lords:' I hul n vcr heard of the like of this-that I prepared himself the laborious examination
l:. \ "Our task is not completed" people) The Treasury never think it worth Hut he comes home'," I repeated, with shoi.ld lake a friendly bit of breakfast with of authorities, the lIIastcryof fundamental
their while to !send any little notes to me." the iterancy of despair. the Lur.l Chancellor princpll'l underlying the issues ; but in ufo

\ Then nn the sleeping town she past, I could not help smiling! at the engaging .Yes, he comes home," said the man with Now, Mr. Ya\'I our, not to keep you in 'car same "bril.'f and usedit

.'',j; By alley dark and dreary, frankness of my worthy diocesan another grin ; "but do you think that he suspense} I may tell you at 1"1'1.' that I mean in another case for a fee If lO The
,. Tho'willf were cold, the rain fell fast "Ami I can tell you i another thing," he would see you after all his work,for all that? to give you mv living in Cherrington.." lawyer who is clrlllS in his preparation\ ,
;\. On many a wand'rer weary. Unless you have an appointment with him, IIy lord, my' lord 1" papers are full of omisslllJ, Il'Jt.
said. "which will
\ explain to po'i.tioll.
I you my have
.' \ or unless you arc a very great man, or unless "I thud, Mr.: Vavasour, (that you are ascholar gences and mistakes may a mlusure
There, on the pavement in the rain, I don't owe any {Government( any ; you have come to say that the house i is which i is not the case with" every success sufficient to keep soul and body together -
A babe and mother lying, thanks for putting me where I am. They it far I but he who, from the love ofexcellence
.' on lire, would be than my place iswortii clergyman. I find also that you have so only
The child is dead 1 0 vain, in vain did not du it out of any kindness for lime to let you In."lure I managed the parish of Cherrington very for its "WI sake, masters its 'principles -

Are all her tears and crying I The Prime Minister wanted the preferment 1 thought of reclaiming the half-crown; creditably. I have these two facts on the its technics! and all the intricacies of
which I used to hold for another He
man. that excellent of the i of---. its practice, will rise to position and praise.worthy
Lit was obviously impossible.! testimony Hishop
took that mild could make his friend it
: One teardrop angel not a bishop- was Ihave success.-.V. Y. Trilninf.
"And do that !
to that I shallnever Now I Mr.avtisuur,
you say assure: you
And gave release from sorrow, more than he dared! do ; hut he could make 1\11 .
be able to him ? I often} about these
see very great ) !
anxiety
;'j.i The mother nnd her little child me bishop, and then he could give my preferment -
Shall meet in Heaven to-morrow. to a friend. So you see, Mr. Vava .Well sir," he said, "I sec you're a thorough livings.. I um most anxious to appoint the the Till CLEAN Nl:JrSl.I.EllS,
there wheels within wheels and gentleman, and you up to t luau The difficulty is to find out
sour, arc ; Ill put 1
One took and which likely be ableto best Hut in the present!! case I have no There i!agrowing feeling; C'lhealhy
teardrop passed away after all, he gave me nearly the poorest! sea way by you IIO! may Iln. the
,. r Tu that bright home of gladness, there is. lie promised me that I should see him. You should go to Vhalc ry Lane, dilllculty on this point. I can place the utmost community against journals minister lako
> to -
Sir He has little closeto reliance upon your :s recom it their special object to "perverted
: ;, Wherein the newborn baby lay { got private! room hhh.lp'
; 1 in
never his' mendation." taste by seeking out and serving:; up aseductive'formdisgustingscandalsund
Unknowing sin and sadness. court, and YOU might find him there if ,
." ,. in good tins(. Most[ likely he'll "I 1\1 sure, my lord, that I will do my i licentious -
Kvidently my poor bough: had broken rOlllrc speak best all days to deserve it." revelations. There is good reason to believe -
Upon its breast the tear she laid, to you you'll! send in your name and business very my ,
Then hcuWnw.ml they ascended ; down altogether. It was nut to be bound up lie's bailable gentleman: after all, : ':I am quite sure you will. But I.appointyou that the elcau newspaper I!more highly
i best said by any care of mine. 1 and solely I upon the' strength of to-dav than it was! 1 four or live \'CIIT
'fho last gift is the she il spite of people being SI frightened l of him. sil\1'. prized
'"There is just one thing: that I can do for of about I It is also safe to predict that, as (
"Our mission now i is ended! I"c Bless your heart, sir, I'd take my chances says you. ago
\'ou Vavasour. said the bishop, kindheartedly and show you in directly: if he were at home; have not sat so long with him in the Upper ill all ranks of life, who wish protect their
: Then sang: they, through !the starry shine, without the least\ impropriety.I but though it IKbis 'home, it's: the worst House without seeing how thoroughly good own ut (least from clllltullliuuton. become
. r Heaven shall its blOssings! send her, cannot ask! him to give von the living, hilt place in the world where to (find him" and honest he i is.! And please tell the bishop more l'onclH of tll pernicious influence -
.,' She hath the gift of tears divine, I will write a few lines! wliirh you can show when you next see him, with my best regards of a of journals!, called 1
Of pity, pure and tender. at any time to the Chancellor, or any one At all events I had now got hold of a pieceof ,that I have had, great pleasure in civing "enterprising"; becau-cthey are ambitious to
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else, you; ('holl!>!e." definite intelligence in return for my this living in of his favorable serve scandals, they will be carefulto
; you ; up I
p : consequence ,1rt\
I WEVTIIKIILY.
Tile worthy bishop dismounted! and entering Ilnl'Y. I made my way to the llolborn end report. After breakfast 1 will give sec .' journals ( they permit to be
the study", wrote a few I lines, in which lhanIONLale. How well I remember you line to my secretary of presentation", read in the falil\'I'irlll'lro of; the class! that
I THE LAST IIALF-CItOWX. he stated! to my )grateful confusion! that I the c!!, the confusion of pub who I will put you ill (the wayuf\ all necessary never forget the proprieties: of life. Already
scholar and had worked lic and private buildings and offices, and and
was a good my par- steps. men and women of refinement healthy
[. ( I was a poor curate living in the country. ish admirably. (thl'l the courts of law opening up its great, I hardly know how I Fot through my morals have had their attention called to
1; \\1 Those were the old days: of pluralism, and "And if I can ever do anything for you wide, silent spaces!I It was a delight to me breakfast, hit in some fashion I did so). and the pernicious! influence of bad lih'mturl
, my rector was u great pluralist. He had of course I will," he added. Hut you are to remember that up I dark staircase we I know that it did me good. With a full and have made commendable efforts to
i < I two cunonries.: two rectories, a vicarage, aprcbendal still quite a young mall and there are worthy might come upon a Im'eh'llpl with windows heart I left the house, knowing that my fortune the same by causing the sound
' stall, snug office in an ecclesiastical men who have grown gray in the service full Itaill'tl ,: !: uIII loble manic, wa made. I glanced- Hurroughs, clluntcrac be published and sold at tlOpu'lar
a: ) court and an archdeaconry. It was of the diocese who have u first claim on and silvery oratory of a gift the man in the If I had had the moneyin prices. These efforts are working 1 silent
: evident hut he could inhabit all ed 11 Invaded a variety of complications hall
f I quite not me. preacher. my pocket, -cru vu ought to have but sure revolution These authors tire more
' his houses at the same: time, so he graciously I discussed matters with my wife. My fix among the law courts, where I saw blossomed intoajive-pound note.! But I regret generally read to-day than at any previoustime. !
c .. .llowed me the use of his vicarage house, was really a terrible one. An incoming- quite a variety of judges sitting in robed to confess! that Hurroughs has never received The sickly sentimental !story paper,
\ deducting; something; from mv stipend ; but, ar could eject me in !six wk-eks. So good a state! as like one another one egg is to another the five-pound note. and wild ranger and pirate !story book, are
Jet it bo said to his credit, not so much us he curacy: might not be obtained for years ; andindeed egg, or one old woman to another old Indeed, though I was now practically a slowly yielding the field' to worthierclaimants:
'i I cO\1ltlleJulIr have dune on this account. ; I might; not be able to obtain allY woman. At last I chanced to stumble upon beneficed cler, ynmm, I had nothing; in my To the praise of the decent newspaper, it
j l' Of c course married.; It seems the destiny curacy at all precisely cat the moment that I the Lord Vlu\llellor'I: !: court ; hit I was positively pocket that could take pie| home. The may be said, that where it has a place in the
',. I of the Impecunious) curate; -what they wanted it. I was hoping; against}hope ; !hotstill Informed" that "the" court had risen.,, thought occurred to me that I lit ask tlcousin family, has been read for years by: young
lUst all come to. A bachelor curate would this i! journey must be made." It was titty whicherect legal phrase, II!i !>!Il I'fIUIIIIUI- (;; l-I-lf mine: a lawyer,; in l- \ goodvayof; and old,Inc .. d"\'l'lopl'llsuch nh'nlhtOIO

have very llttlo chance tuning the cherry- miles: off; but fanner Dawson would take signified; that when the clock had business, to help toe I went and a-lkctl'hil and such a di discriminating;; .
i cheeked maidens of Clicrrington: all ripe; me over in his: gig until I should meet railway 1 minted at 4.the Lor.llhancelur )gathered to lend me 1 sovereign to enable me to re- erature of the slums has no admirers. Fortunately -
with delicate white and glowing; red. Farmer -n new-funglet invention betokening us legal pctt IfUllll fled the turl home. the number of such families I is: increasing -
i Diwson, the church warden for our parish I the end of the world, as was thought at biscuit to recruit his vexed soul with a dry "No," he said, buttoning up his sensitive in the land, and they increasethe
gloried in the singularity of having only : Cherrington, and only then coming into and some dry sherry. breeches pocket "I make Ito rule nC\'trto journal that devotes itself to sickening
one curate, and was very friendly. I used I I was out in I minute in I decidedly dark lend anything to anybody..'' re\'l'lntiollll' immorality will be compelled
to turn in every Sunday afternoon, for even- I use.It was a long! journey in those days ; but and awkward passage. "As 11 minister of the (Gospel, I nest reMind to find its: supporters solely' among those \,
jug services: at that time were hardly knownIn I started at early dawn in order that, if)IllS- And can you tell me where the Lord you that we are told that we ought at classes that practice vice or crime, or are ambitious .
country places, und med I to smoke a pipe bible, I might sec the Lnrd Chancellor the Chancellor is1' I asked of a little red lan times to lend." : to folow such WU)' .-HustonHerald.
with the farmer, and partake of his home- same day. Tea and candles were not procurable tigainstwhon; I stumbled\ in the passage! apparently Mr. Vavasour, I am perfectly shocked to .
male wine andhonu-hrcwcd, ale, until Mary in our village; -that i is to say, of any another t\ccilenof' the usher species. hear a clergyman of the Church of Englandtilk
\' I called us in to tea. Mary and I married: degree of('xcclll'nce-ulIlll was to buy them "Can )'UI \ is his privateroom in such 1 way. I klew, too. you had WHITE AM COLOllEll LA1SOK.
very obvioui course-and; the six little ones in London. Also, I had a mysterious: mission ?" made a poor sort of marriage?, but I did not
cams on with the regularity of the cherry -to cull at certain shops and get some "And what do you wantof(the inrrdChtul- think that you had sunk so low as to be A correspondent of the New York Tribune

season. My f.ither-in-luw said he shouldleave gorgeous; articles of attire for baby, with cellor," he inquired, "that you want to go to driven to borrow a !sovereign.." makes the following !sensible! observations: ;

; Mary fifteen hundred pounds: when he which she was to petrify the 100'1I11'II 1Hl on his private room ?" "I don't know what you mean by sinking I find white men, too, who (' work heroin
died, nll,111\ the meantime I allow us: the interest the forthcoming! occasion of her being; chris ."That i is my business! my friend," I answered so lowI only know that the Lord Chancellor Southern Louisiana! as in Mississippi.:1 I
: ; it was l):)s.Ible, if a thundering) good tened. I was to attend to these things-so a little nettled that "man, proud with whom I have just breakfasted, am white can work,
war canin again, that he might'make; more ran the wife's instructions! -the very Ii r tthlll.t man, dressed in a little brief authority. has given me the living of Cherrington; summer l'UII\'ill'tlllhat, in II'I that I 11
money and allow us Inure interest. of all, so that I might make sure .of should put 11' through my paces."Ami which is more than four hundred a "cur. seen. 10)m I IIYlartoftllS.lth I see that
I b.'Ciuno very much attached to my work, thellI verily believe that she considered what i is your business?" inquired Whew! said llY !l''Olllll'OI"il l \\ they do ; and yet I 'mum frequently assured,
rr. And very fond of tho house: und noble 1 the matter of the living as being; of()quite inferior the man, fixing upon me one of the sharpest sort of gasp; "that quite all'r case. herein the South that white cannot
grounds ; indeed, our vicarage; grounds were I importance to the matter ol baby's and most pehetratingglunces that lever fet Now I daro.say my dear Ya\'a.olr. that you endure li'l.llalmr in the "Cotton 1t1 Hell" or
quite fain:MH in our part of the country. At hoots and bonnet. By this means my little in mv life. will want some monev to pay induction expenses in the" iol," and that if the negroes -
the same time I felt that it was: the warm stock of money, quite incollsill.'ruhle'ut the The world's a wide one, my' friend," I !stamp duty, dues toQuccii Anne's : not work nothing be done.
nest up,)ti the tottering; bough. I was not : first grew "snull by to.reesunt beautifullyless. answered, "ami there's room enough in it Bounty Uflice, and that sort of thing. I can i 1 wi appears to be true that l'll the negrois

my own master nnd every curate has un in I ." Emptying it out of my pockets and 1 both for 'OIIII for me. I suppose I may I lend you 1 hundred" pounds on the usual not affected so much as the white man by
cane idea that he would'likc to be his: own examining it'just before I set out to leave want to see the Lord Chancellor without I business tl'rl!". malaria. He live and work near the
master! ; whereas: after my own experience, my card upon the Chancellor I found that telling; 'olalllbiut it." I I did not express my opinion of the fellow swamps rivers 1'/1 Whl'f''thedulls" would
I can say th:it it is: much easier and happier it wax reduce I to u single, half-ero+vn und u .But Lord Chancellor: ," said i but borrowed a proffered I sovereign to soon IIIc tlU life out of u white than Hut
to be ruled than to rule, and\ in till mv pre few smaller coins: which might possibly! the little old man, with another of tw8epl'lIctratillg enable me to return to Mary and the little so far us my observations warrant any conclusions -
ferments I never was happier than in I my bring me home again, after making allowance glances. ones. I sent it back to him'il the shape of regarding this matter, it is plain to
first humble curacy. : for a crust of bread and cheese and a I was really no dumbfounded that I did a guinea next dayand have not seen him me that the chief difficulty in the way of I

I, Hut I um anticip.it ing.; Here was I dreading glass of beer. I duly turned the coins over not at all know what to say. fr.11 that day: to this. It is astonishing the cess! of h white labor" at the South is
the bro iking of the b lu.h..whcn that and-!shall I confess it ?-spat: upon) them furluck's You look at me," he said, with anotherof ready people are to oblige you when you ne psychological"' one'it is the want of will.
breaking; of the bough in a kindly I'ro'i.denco sake, according to a legend which I those sharp looks: which literally seemed in reality independent of their help.: Even; 1 En'n'hlldy"a\1 here that the negroes areisqroviug
things hail inherited from ancestors and set off to transfix one, "like some \' of a dear WSOII left me, I believe, n much
was: to bring sum' very strange; ; my \ 01.11.1 us lahorcr or, at allY rate, nil oldS
't about. There wore two ways in which my to make the acquaintance in friendly way curate who's come out of the" country to biJt of his property than he would mthernerssay Ill. This reminds me thatl'Hrywhl'rlthil"
U thou enracy : of his: lordihip. the Chancellor. bother me about some living.; have done if I had L'ell poor lIIal. far the harshest! critics of
being un ummially 1I1I"t;hole, tint! Ilev. limit like H il) Acres, my courage was imperceptibly "Jay lord," I said, "you have stated the This was the way in whl'h I planted my the negro are orth'r amen men who have
.1)1''JO und oozing out of toes as drew facts of the case with great accuracy. lam footsteps: on the first rung the ladder ofclerical
i titer mi ; \t C'I u to' eject ma my come: down here to work sugar plantations,
appoint somo private friend of his own. near the big silent house where the great an unfortunate curate who has come up to promotion that( great success: in grow l'OUOI, etc. These men, pushing,
I But, tlllli him justice, he was a (l"il't, easy.! man kept the King's conscience in his bag. London on purpose to speak about a living. life for which I cannot feel too humble and sharp and energetic, after the hcillJ ortlr fashion -

going nun. His own lines: had fa to him Putting on n very painful expression!: of appearing ." too Jrlteful are always! disposed to negro
In snug, pleasant places! and he would nutlike ; to be entirely at ease! 11\S'l'lIllclllhe "Come in here," he said, with an amused [ substantially a story of early laborers up to their work." The negroesdo
: t ) intlict hard lines up >n any man. Hut steps and made a courageous; imitation of an twinkle of the eye and n not unkindly: voice."I days which a very igllh.hl't dignitary not like to work for them They require
there was the chance that, having; had so uristi' raticdouble-knock. was just going away for"the day, but I used to n'latl of himself. ille- a steadiness of and exertion of
Ii application
his I the Lord Chancellor at home?" I Inquired you five milute dent is strictly true, and Sl'elll' worthy
many JIIII,1 things, he might cup them all by l'UI spare which the nl'Jr general does not
of bloated of the British He led the way into n !small room, comfortablv safer record than mere truditiou.jLoudonSsscirty. ] appear
taking u bishopric: which would necessarily specimen to be capable. He 1'/1 work hard fur u while
vacate all his appointments., There was: also t flunkey\ who made his up eitrance. but very plainly furnished, nothing "by spurts," or on I race, especially in a
" the chance that ho might shuttle oil this "His lordship is not at home" answered like. so good as my own study at CherrilgtulVI'Ira crowd, und if he is allowed to sing while ut
, t II mortal coil albeit tenderly attached to the the man, with just suspicion of I impudencein l'. & TiE LOPE OF EXCELLEXCE. work Hut for quiet, soltarr. constant! toil,
.( mortal coil and, much nourishing and cherishing his voice. "'ho arc you and what do you want?' The number of a tirst-rate white laLof'r i |>erior
it. I sh tuld say that the bishop of "Can you tell me when he will be at he said with an almost cruel abruptness.I but I fuurth-rate people is"ccnlll-rute.enormous, and third.ratl w hl'l to any l'gr. Now t the orthl'r men in
brief really
our own diocese had local' ties: which brought home?" stated my case in a few we below lourth-rltu arithmetic the South are, us compared with-Sonthcrn
him very much into our nelghb, n'hnll.: Ourbishf)11 No, I can't" said the man, in u tone think I may venture to say I vigorous had conned and i is impotent pass and useless. !people The that men, very exacting us l'lplll\en.' Thl'Iro
of its illslllccrltullll well-chosen, words. At least "UIc
was comparatively i and nude which convinced me have survived the ages' and have comedown !t er and impatient tllir hands.
.Jiiimjlf poorer than ho need, IKHe never he was evidently! preparing{ ; to bang the door them again ami again during; my r'I'I'It to us from because of the merit of usually irritlf' and confuse the negroes.
; took lines and rack-rents ; he granted leases in lilY face, or slmethin'l'ry; like it.Now journeying, in case I should manage to get those who bore antiquity them are few. I'n'rv'l'ar; mel are not usually exacting t

.; he im-inve: I,the church property! he m lintalneJ I had hl'lIrilln my time of the virtues un, interview. of every month, every day. men' and us employers. They are not ito
.
; >! or \'OUIlI
schools ; hen )irechoorutiiy even more of palm oil. The human.. hand being lubricated la\'c '"you any refcrCI'c: papers are iuiJg'iilt active life with cn tomed to being exact tfllJsln' and
:} 1 than his share of the burdens upon' land with u composition of silver, becomes any ? words from young high Wllll achieving large success. Ev.'euirever they value their own {'a ludl to
l t I t that land which seems to mo\ to bo alwaysgrievously ten ler ami mollified. To use plainer terms, "None, my' lord, except a few J + month, every day, witness engage in 81Y.contl.'tot with the. jxfuliur"ways"
t.; I! t ; burdened.( S.) when the good it occurred to me that it might ben useful; my bisbop.{ He is the on1' Icron ofilllu.. er most melancholy and, lamentable failures in or traits of the negro. Thus: the
dime which thing to bribe the British:. flunkey.. Hut then ence with whom I have \ "shiftlessness," the slowness the incflkicncy
? .1\I\ bishop down to these parts, wm I I think Cherring lives and fortunes that seemed to i promise a -
,i<. ; pretty often ho would s.mmtimjs turn aside arose the question of the wherewithal to The HNhnpof. -" large success. \\'helweseek below the surface the habit of taking things so leisurely, us
him. I had but half-crown, my ton i is: in his: diocese.! i1'one hail infinite time
bribe his
my at
: :, for u night or tw.) at the vicarage, wht'1Ill' And I thebishuli for the cause of success and failure, in 1'lllant-
coin of weight, my little, all, my Just my lord. produced the features of the '
would romp with the little ones and talk solitary letter. the majority of cases we find that the love of average 311
testimonial
Q; r I with mo ub ut the Grcts, over u pips beautiful, my last.! If I parted with my half-. s brief i at it, and excellencetor( its own sake underlies all oth character which are so exasperating to the
1 &1111 soma orm y father-in-law's hornsbrewedin : crown, I might have to trudge back to Cher The Chancellor r"piljluhl'l. er motives, and i!the mainspring ot action energetic sort herner-ure 'I'l'ptl"lor recognized
on the !sort of steed which the Ui>hop next he gl.Ul.llt by most
rington people
tho evening. that the live minutes and the prime condition of that Hlthl'r us something
; The very rl'crcIIII'Icaf.. un archdeacon of of Salisbury gave to worthy Uirhanl 1 see, Mr. V.I'IL.Uur; are out." the absence of this love is II't"lne primary cause inevitable, 'IIre of the seasons,
Archdeacon Oruntley's own stump,died suddenly Hooker, namely)', ft walking btln'U my of which spoke you of failure.If not to he accelerated or interfered with to
i of gout in the stomach It was rut her earthly hopes: just now were on mv I"t4tlo.llllntt? lisalillillf'I morning be we go into, our whooU and colleges we any profitable end1 think I have seen no-
,
a' unhandsome of the gout, which generally ha\inr un interview with the Lord Chancel. "'ou"Ilht (call on me at residence i- find that those who study for the pure love bo lv in the South, white or black, except a
A troubles fingers and toes before making a Ilr. did not see any |Mis>ible way of getting too '> 'U1 my of knuwll'kl are always the most successful few)leading business men in the cities, whocan

final,lesaent up m such a \'cry'itlll region: it unless" this fellow wOlh give me admittance. ? I said.I students, and though (they do nut always anything in fifteen minutes. It is t
a I felt to believe 0 no, 1Ilr.I, nut natural to here.
hurry Hut
or DC. Jennifer's numerous appointments very Inlinl't.l should the same thing respecting bear away academic! prizes, they do hear if you give
I '11 the vicarage of Clicrrington: was in the gift that the Chancellor .) haIail might have away the'prizes' of hft in mature \'l>H'S. The the negroes time in their large, slow inor
of tho' Lord Chancellor, Ordinarily Chun at that very minute any ( which I II1ICI student wnit.sc aim i> brilliance in the recitation ganic way they will accomplish important
nod.
t cellor'u livings> are not verv good, ; but' this! With u despairing clutch I prasped nylast He gave nuia dismissal. ; room may take the valedictory)', but results in the course of the year.
? I
f. .vas.lino of the best, being between four and 1 half-crown., Its seven bn'thn'l nf tin preted as few I minutes 1 was blundering, half. he will "rarely be heard of after he leaves thecollege
t .five hundred, so I should (have about us : last sovereign which I ha"l'hanl,1; had ta In u the cabs, carts and omnibuses wal' while he whose ambition i is to SOUTIIEKX corro.v MILLS
had all flown dazed,
und among
of to the in a ken to themselves wings make of the volumes lie studies .
much chance getting; moon other '
I had no course We take the
of following from
des- the
It US
of the was a Chancery-lane. .
that I made away in the( his thorough intellectual ussimi-
'balloon. Hut for all up my 'Olll thought that I than to to a hotel and remain there in own by ; irnumaiat.
.mind that I would apply (for it, and thought peruto speculation but I the until go Mr. Dawson, in his (capacity: of lotion is in u way to become the peer andcompanion Since the war the South has '
largely interested
would this last half-crown on 'person
the time when mv happy venture of his teachers and of the
-that now was should
church release great itself and
father-in-law or w\llell. wisely in the
,
'friendship with the bishop might stand me4n chance, however remote, that Sll'thtl.tIUlmight I minds acting upon him and living In: the very building .
with view to of
from it. I ed. not me, a Sunll)1 lutit 11 running cotton mills. Although the -
t happenedthat turn up{ slipj silent of his text-books. !
good,; stead. It wo fortunately house the j llgl' .
Lord manufactureof
close to the textile fabric ,
twinge the last half crown was ChallClur'l yet in in-
.
a few hours later the bishop riding drew by -the without last a rose 8C\'erl of summer" was nothing to it next morning;:, and it till the The same remark is equally true of teach fa nC ',ln thecotton producing |port: illIs it If our i iland
of his farms
on his cob to visit one up and said bells of 1 neighboring church-tower should ers. There are ten thousand young people ut thelul''eS which has thus far attended

to ta''I adbbrou I tt reslxctimfithis morning's.post lamented -" I am sure: my good fellow, that you clash! eight. this writing occupied with teaching whose Southern efforts to establish this industry..
; double-k entire interest in their work is measured and the
know the way how to bring; me Into speech I then gave my customary: nok by spirit of enterprise which has been
; demise.' My friend ufttiu orthe'precedingarternoon the number' of dollars they receive. The largely developed, are oft he
l d with the Ij ,rd Chancellor most encourajr--
..
I am very sorry, said the good bishop t Lor'' blew you.' he tits with a grin, as It:and for a momenta pantomimic gesture duties of such tealhl'r are I performed in the ing.character, and full of richest promise.
F 1 w of mv pains and elactations but I um I something far less to him than would be a won! he ushered me into a din rure, and as another matter of course they I taken place in l l'hintf'.lnll the now i',.
though you may. not think so. that i close h '. never rise above the m trl routine ventions for
Afraid, world ) ret picking and
rl to "it's of no use in coming In.\1 ..lmi cleaning cotton all
I me, tht your
{' ) am the l lout!: mail able to do you any, and cowl.if I thinking that you may bo able to It was a dull cold morning; and the lord of their profe 'ion. They are | eri at .. tend to help forward! the intent o' the
never asked favor of any man ; her.nrl ('lane'llur, I thought that everybody High Chancellor was stretching hU right the lowest rung of the ladder near the top of South in (lilt direction. It is to I
did 110' I do not think that my asking would lee my knew that his lordship at this time honorable JH.TSOII on Z rug in front of the which sat AgasMz; who gloried in the name that the South owes largely iu machner ,
have the slightest weight with the Lord of i is almost always in the Court oChancery. fire. He advanced and shook (1:111:. of Teacher., and on the top of which where in cotton. It was the complaints of Southern *

i Chaneellor ul cijnfess" t0y lord;' I said, "that I bad year ." "Ah, :r. Vavasour, good morning! Have every eye can sec Him, lit the Great 1 gentlemen of the impossibility of proft.'rHT .




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ably extending: the culture of the green seed Fertilizer' Itenl iNtnle.FOU : 1. HookS and Suit loner3.: --1 For Tampa and Key Wo
(;cotton because! of the trouble and expenseof _- ._, --------- VIA

separating the seed from the fibre, that OIT.1) &V CO/S SAia1; ii 0ItACE, 1)It11S',
Il'III..li Whitney, of Massachusetts, then n T.\ II.S.C'n..hll.. CO'S: (LINE

tutor in a private family in Georgia to make ................................................................. Wholesale and Retail --- ---- --
those efforts. at remedying this dimVulty, .. ,.
which resulted! tliero'tton: ; \ gin. Ilargrcaves i ;"..,.. F i:IIT i M/1:itLS .. i ::------- :: srCAitltl'IN(3
had invented the ginning jl'nllin lilHi< ; .. ... 1100KS, STATIOXF.IIY: ,
.
Arku ht, the machine for making ................................................................. I: ADESIR.tiP.LEItOTEL, I
t
line cotton thread in 170S( ; Watthad And MI'S (!,
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patented his improvement for oh Till': BEST

falling rotary motion! by his tl'nl\l engine Situated directly on the Railroad, M! WEST: IUv :STUKT: : ,
In 17MJ; and all of these stood, ready to reinforce
ri-IILING I fur FALL (l.HtHXit: being
Till: IT. S. :MAIL
the cotton gin when it was invented in \_ not only a i>erfect plant food, but will
171V5.! In 17M eight; bags of cotton shipped to keep all insects; at a respectful distance.For ix ONE: OF TIM: JACKSONVII.Li;:, FLORIDA.lloolts .
England: were seized at t the (' istulu-l louse as sale in any quantity, large or !'l1\ul1.
fraudulently l'lItl'rl'll'ottOIl not being a and {'Olllltn'II'tnI delivered FUEL on OXIJ: of the staunch and elegant Steamer .
of the United l liven the above Line will leave Cedar Key
,, production States. : in boaUorcars. Vegetable growers TRY IT. IIF.ALTHIl'ST: : PARTS OF FLORIDA.For .
.
17SH the export was returned as l' rht.oneb C.OFLD 't).. every :Monday at I LH: ) 1'. III., for

1. Hut un ler the influences above 'men- C4 3m 8 W. Hay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
Tampa, Manatee,
tiuneklthcsupplyatonce! duublcdthenquail. Jk'rSchool n Specially.ItUer .
rupleditselt'\ until it rose to a million bales in -- -- particulars address .. And llraidenlowii
INK, live million in LHIJO, unit six millionsin J. X. ItOHSOX .V" SOX, ,

18SO. The anticipated, value of the crop PI.omn.l1ImOIt: and Oeean SleaiuboalN.yTfl and every Monday: and Thursday at 4.00p. :
'" 53-tf' Fcrnandina: Fla.THI -- -
for lust Ins h_>eu estimated at .something ----- -- III, for
over $4OOOW.I""/I. -I I l.'onnnisrtou' .Merchants, I 1- non The South has many: facilities for the successful .--------. I........ Itii!'
conducting; of her new manufacturing .

enterprise. She has (he cotton at hand: CHARLESTON: S. ('., J
labor is: cheaper in the :South: than in the Connections made: at Cedar Key with 'this

North and Kast.: Capital i1'I"kklIItlrai'll IONI'ISINi I J themselves strictly to their Florida Transit i( Railroad: from unit, to all :

by enterprising: ; niiif remunerative i :labor, and line of business, respectfully solicit; consignments. points North and \\ cst" ; at Punta: Riissa: with .i ,
n' people determined to hedge themselves Steamer\ for Fort Mjcrs[ I Fort Ogden, and ,
round ahout' with sell-reliant and productive ; Pine Level c

industries': are not discouraged at "the Through Tic kefs are on sale at Fenian, )
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d.ior small things. Jhuiy[ oft lie III ill..that US. .. dma, Jacksonville (taincsvlllc, and Cedar
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have been built, and lim
ones now hlliJ.IiIure furnished, : with the -._ ,-_ _____-_ ,_ ,.i : Will (leave (Velar Key pal }points on the (ulf! Coast.:
best and, latest i improved machinery, while J. M. (iALPIIIX. Jen'l Ag't, "

the malingers and" superintendents are almost This business! has bc'cn our special trade, FOR NKW ORLKAXS: F.VKRY: OTHKR 13 Cedar Key Fla.SAVAXXA1I ".

universally men who have had long for over twenty years, and I we have cndeavemd "FRIDAY, -

and thorough!: experience: In the manufactories to furnish our )planting friends a PURK: ,,- : (, FKRXAXDIX} I ,..
1 of the Xorh, ami know how hest to accomplish .ARTICLK\ [ and their continued I patronage/ is
what is: required and expected of our best indorsement. "'1' are prepared to AM j

them Some time ago Tennessee had forty fill orders f"rnl1 kinds of Fertilizers, teigether FOR KFY: WKST: AXD HAVANA I
cotton mills running; 5toS( :! ; spindles. In with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and ': 1'I.CUnn.\ $.( "JACKSONI'1I i [LLIft.: ,j t
KVF.RY: OTHF.R SATURDAY.
(let rgis i: at .Atlanta Augusta; Columbus Compound Acid Phosphate' / .1
and Macon are cotton mill l'erhathl' J..ono\ : ; N *l SOX, IMPROVF.MKXT[[ :: : COMPANY. .. J
largest and finest: cotton mills now building; (JO; Charleston S. C. TOWN -t..1 !}.!>i

in the :South are the :Sibley: :MilN. of .\IIgll:!- -- -- --..- THItorUII: LINE i i 1
PARSONS ,t 1IALK( : .:
: Agents:
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tae (1.1.! Alabama, Mississippi: South Carolina i

and Yir.tiniha'e; mills in operation : II. J. BAKER. & JJIt(). Fcrimiulina, 9)-131:, Cedar. Key,. Fla.MA -+............... ......... .......................+- "
Tee X'York Coltim, in a correspondent'sKtter ------- -- -' -- ------ -----
siys: Thc Charlotte Cotton Mills I Towns on It. 1C. Ihu, [L LORY'S VIA

( North (Carolina have fH ) now And Cedar Key,
1"IOUln.S''I:.\tINIlIi.: MX!.
operation skilled and employ labor.' 'V The hand cotton, nearly factories altogether 215 PKARL STRKKT: : !'oilYOn": 81 ISLAND) ROUTE.mm ie i-

Direct Line to New York.Vl.HO .
of Aiken county run 4t."l'':\( lllltl' l.22: 1 Only 4

looms, have l.OSO: operatives, and consume! -- ,<
17rilS: : hales of cotton annually. The factories Manufacturers( off Offers to Lessees! and Pwnhasers a larg" 1"
!in and close to Augusta consume 4",(Nil) number of the most eligible; and, desirable XaHiaii! .V :.flaiiiimiH .Hall Steamship (: mmHOI.XU) 1.'LoHm.,1 I

bales per annum or one-fourth' of the city's leas, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Line, I IXLAND STUAMItOAT: [ CO. ;'
receipts.'l'ho project frt $_';0tiuo cotton City Suburban:: Residemes, II
from tweiweekson
-'III.nIC.\: FF.ItTIMKiitS..11AXIIHi : Sailing Fernandinaevery .
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mill Sherman:: Texas, is being actively '
pushed f it vari1. UPON KASY: TF.RMS.: : :,.. S. S. City 61 Aiintlii! ) 1 1j
The proposed: cotton f.utorv at the old r SnnslI. _
Captain :
King :Mountain[ (X*('.) Iron Wniks is assured Liberal Ihseounts) on Values allowed to C ) 1I
I \. Arrangements; have already been parties engaged in manufacturing; orindus- :"-1 1 S. S. Caroiidelel, Ci I

made 1'ur3hlHl.pindlcsan11: under the nameof trial cnferpriM's, who will civet on thl'pr"p. u ('lIplain thole: A j
the Cherokee Tails :31ills'the i mana.e" erty purchased( substantial improvements "
incut expect to be in readiness for the fall: ------. for. residence: or in which to conduct their -( j \M

('rol'"l'cottoll. At Wesson: : Mis-! ? (the mills I I :J.t't oU.\Xa: -tZ1' business.IXUFCF.MF.XTS! I

cmplov a capital of $. lWnun). and! $\"IIIlIII", 1 ) : TO MANUFACTURERS \ ( \: h FLORIDA[ TUAXSIT:: RAILROAD
I!E:I:
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running -inn 'looms and l.MOO\ :spindle* ; ei.'liteen !: : by exemption for u term of 'years from
and twentv hales. of cotton and J,-*>oo) ,. taxation otlerc'il by the "several! cities t and ToAll
,pounds of wool being\ their daily consumption
as they are running; both day and tYflkctor.. hole! it TI(Ii. :sts. Fernandin.i. TIM: FIXF: STF.AMSHIPS: : l I PoinlN Soil mid \V.*,sl, 1
night.-Airir Oitritnv I'irrywr.Ji1SQELL.I .

10-tf( .._ ..___. .__:..- _,__,_ .. WISTIUX: : '.'IX: .\S. offering; ('olllfi'r'' nniivalcd.) a delightful: call

11.1. 'I .\ Most HlIl'l'I'iorrtid(', under our own CAP'!'. 1 HINTS I I : (, over a stiictly. !I inland water-conrM>, full of

Special I Formula.JCSTCOMPLETE '. Intc-icsting scenery.The .
':" ('CITY.. n.\ I.I.\H.
I P.vi.vc: SrKVMi,
The rrn'ollII by the colored man f >r ,:'I- (AlVI'. RISK.ONI lI. .
not going; too lI'ar the; bind legs "I'll famous I'I.0UII)4
,
I.:! of the above Steamers:: will leave
that
roan mule was so "satisfactory: we can )
1:11 101 i 1111 for. New fork every Fiidaj Captain JOHN FIT/CIHIM,
allord. to adopt it as an excuse, for not doing i
(to suit the! tide).
a great; many other things.: "Do reason, I
he said "why I ncbber 'proach elat nun I I This line, having no 'transfers to make AM

mule from the rear i is slat l'iii too 1"/11,1111'111\' MANURES : I betvvc'cnFIRNANDINA '
('1'1'CU' nnl"Ca 'I'O ,
family, an' don't belong to no church nud- : ) AXD xiw: YORK,
CaptainLcaveJac ---
,
der.
i OllelNtheUF.ST \

Paternal wisdom, : "I'a what i"l'lI'ilal"! ) "''" Fou 1'vntY: FAUM CHOP, AND CHIAPF.ST: 'I'IL\X-I'OItTA-:: [ 'ksonvilleeverv: i I 1londaylcdmictiday I !'

,1 Why-h'm-ensilage: my son, N-ur-en- TIOX( TO FLORIDA SIIH'PKRS.Vegetable" and Frdayvhy! Sleambeiat, Kxprcss: lllfa. : ;>

silage -oh. something like mucilage, my I and Fruits will receive special tit.
son ; something like mucilage; ; used to ,stickthings Prepared on scientific principles to supply care in 1 handling. (.rave Fcrnandina by Steamer Flotida, on

: together, you know. There, now, arrival of"Tiain,
run away to your play, and don't disturb nut the exact plant food for each crop, so as I'A :'; IXli\m:
now." AIIII that "boy thinks his pa N a very to produce large yields per micro :: \' aril Saturday, M a, in.
encyclopedia of wisdom.Those Till: FMHtlDA The 'traveling public' are olfcri'd the* advantage's ('lusccunmiittlon; !made nt Savannah with
of, a IHHE) ( 'r ['[ WITHOU'l: I Palace !Steamships\ the OCKAN) : STL'AM-:
: who are scared to death I over thegrain AXD IMMKiRATIOX[ ( COM ll'\'''' AXY CIIA NO IX. < 'ounce'lions made atJacksonville SHIP COMPANY, Wednesday andSaturday
amount of distress, which IvSl; is to ALSO DKU.KKS IN LAND every
with all steamboat for all ; for New York. Also: wilh Ilostnn.Haltimdre
bring, should remember that in than 1880 halfthe wehad OFFI1RSUOO.OOO mints( on the St. John's, klawaha, and ; and Philadelphia steiinic, IIndwilh

people a perihelion in the world and not knew more the first thing PRIMi AORICULTURAL: : CHIJMICAI.S.: .\t'rt'MOf ndian !:h''rl4.llIIel with the Transit! Hail.roallIt all rail lines to all points North andWest.
Fcrnandina for all railroad stations' .
ah'mt it and dangerous -
; perihclions arl'l'ry the mostACClLSSIIILi in Florida
For Slate-Rooms and Through Tickets,
and kind
especially when first taught/ ,
o' wild like. SULPIIATi: AMMONIA. :: .: AND DF.SIKAHLi l lL.ixl.S : 1'tIHHlTU: : : PASSIIXOF.R:: : RATES\ apply to I'
AS LOW AS MY IXDIRKCT: [UNIX

The PhiladelphiaJlul'ttin says : When .\PHOSPHATE\ : :' IX THESTATi rft-Threiugh Raten: and hills of lading I.'n'ltlt'II'H Tourist", OUIccNiJacksonville
the :Speaker; wishes to ask the member from
to all .
hi- will : OF FLORIDA points.For of and Occ-nn
Arkansas: to take the chair simply further -Ceirncr Hay
(
or information applyR. '
c.&lIoutext !J' Then the mcmler 'from MUIMATi: OF POTASH At on.$1.21 !per micro to new settlers, with to passage Streets\ ; \IIIIIothll'-'tIIlX: ItUomlicld's,

Arkansas: will arise, and drawing; Ids: razor the privilege of seh-etion in jianels of Id W. 10I11'IIWI'I"lIt.' ( near' the Post-Olllec! ; I'ullltku-W. O. Wolf/,
from hU Who's doing this luylie's' Drug) Hlol'l'i Fcriiuiidina ruinuiitHotel.
porket exclaim ) ;
!StJL\ Fcrnandina.U. .
tiIl.tTl.: OF fo'OD.XI1'ItTI' .\
?"' acres: or more. These lands are I located I on .
ehaving, you or me MALLORY: [ [ t ( 'O-
and adjacent to the line of thu (j JFSTAVK' I: LKVK.ien'l : :.
: '>.
Conscientious : A man asked to test" a jug; l'ivr:0: Kast: River, Nets York. {If(
:: OF SODA, ( 1 l'alss..lg't Sea hd.md Route:
'lass article --- -- -- - --
of whisky to see it it was: a lirst-i : ATLANTIC, UILF AND J WIWT: ; INDIA[ J. X. HARRIMAN,
proved Inniielf consc-ientioiis., lie gave; no NI1Unn; : S'lllal'1.1: : >> ;:! I 1t.'N I ) Manager.

snap judgment; on jtist smelling and tasting .SUPIRPIIOSPHATI: : LIMI:, TRANSIT ( '0H.:; R., ---, --- : E Ege'rS'I'
it, but tried( it seven different times that lit Till IIU.UUM: : MARY'S f IllV'EIt't.SFA11 -
ought be thoroughly satisfied before expressing extending. from FKRXAXDIXA!: on 'the Atlantic .
(' .\MAONIXIA: : .\, .----. f, -- -,
his opinion.Discrimination. tn ('1-:0.\: [ IC 1:1': on the Gulf toast, : 1)A( KI..:! G11111'ANY.
{ S'I' J/lilS y. {JCITY' I'OIXTJ}
: An old Scotch latla'"e thus affording; to the producer heap, ionstunt -
to minister who knew bo fore Ground Hone. .-- ---- .
pointed reply a Strictly and rapid- transportation to the 11'litmark.t
had offended\ her and I who expressed sur ,..
that she should come so regularly to ii : 1.
hear him preach. Said she: "My quarrel's Our circulars give full particulars, and are The belt of country traversed; )' the Transit 1

'w i' you, iiiun : it's no vvi" the gospel." mailed free to all npplic-ants.( \ They contain i It. I R.: embraces Tub BTKtMCKMFLO
information that will he of service to those 1
At venerable sister began
a raiup-nieetinga" : buying using, Fertilizers. 3-4m KVKHY VARIirrY OF SOIL It A NAItTIIA,
the hymn My Mini! bo on thy guard.
.. Captain RtcuAataor. Captain .
Ten thousand foes arise. She began too -- -- -- --
high. Teu thousand," she !screeched and 1\)111-OOlce Xotlcc. to be found in the State" a large l'rtll"rliun *VIJ"ILL leave Fcrnandina for JIM'kHonvllleTT -

ped. "Start: her at live thousand !t" being cculiarly] a.laltl( l to the culture of and Palatka and intermediate\ lanel- Jt.ir' DAILY>> SEILYICE.-dZ: :
cried a converted stock broker present OffireffJurl.'rom 8.00: .t. t. to 000; p. u. StMi-TuopiciL FuiriTsand Early Vegetables: jugs" oil the. St. John's River and Savannahand -
Money Orders and Re'gisteresl: letters from Charleston folowa
un :
After Hamlet and the Gravedigger : Sceneat SKI' ; A. M. to 1:(X) ... ),. ; and l from 2:00 p. M. and The Isirye, CSu7Irdlliiett of Timlin The Flora leaves l"v'rtiandillaorSt.Miry'e
} a stable-Funny freshman (to hostler to 3.30:: p. M. !Sunday\ from 10.30: to 11::') A. make these+ lamU worthy of C.1lI k'UL.1.1'- From Fcnuindina River landings every Memday, Wt'lhUWU1

I who is rubbing down his horse) : Pat, I'm M. and 3.30:! to 4::1) ... M. .tJlJ.Y.1 TIO.ly manufacturers LcMuru FOR JACKSOXVILLIJ:: : AM PALATKA, day and und Friday Saturday.-re-turning on Tuesday, Thur-
afraid favor with that
you're currying ARRIVAL AND PfcPlKTlVKK OP THE MAIL
horse." Hostler: }'uith, no I'm merely yortliern .11ai1-.4rrivtn daily at 10.0A.M.:: I AND N VAL STOKES.NKW. ;f".I'\'m: 11'EUN1l.1Y.'r1: ) :: The Martha leaves F'Tiiandina for sanVI
acrupin an acquaintance." Closes .. 3:00 p. M. I 1"llItl6| every Tue-selay, Thursdiiy and Saturday
Southern Jfiiil-Arrive-s 3J50 1'. u.Closes : SLTTLKRS; From Fcrnandina -returning: every Monday, Wednesday" j
Pedagogue What Is the meaning of the
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; ; and Friday.Throneli
10.00
Latin verb ignotcuf" Tall student, (after & M'tnft awl TmJrr' hill.1htillrrives A. M. Purcha-sing land from this company are furnished FOR SAVANNAH AND CHAIIM1STONJVIUY :

the others have" tailed to give"the ('urn'ct.lef. Tuesdays ami to Fridays at-2.30 P. M. with entire free Iwaeuryeoh the Transit ;'ir : : 1'ILIDAV'ri, IIIIlM, of l.udhlJ
inition \
) : 1tlll't know. Pedagogue: Closes Mondays, ami Thursdays at MhO) i hy MALLORY'H LINK: of Steamers to all
Ilight to the head.. : A.M. Itailroail for family and 1 jteTsonul fffct! Close connection made with steamers for
; gu up
,*< onfa I MilnUon the St. .
fin.
/ .tug's, Mary's.Clowe
Ii to the station nearest the lalltll"lrl'luw'll. Me-llonville and I'ntcrprise: also with steamir t
t i \
Uirths. marriage's and deaths are reportedbv I I'E Arrives Mondays' and Thursday! at >am: j0 A. u. "
.. I for Ocklawahu River also at Savannah Conneellonma
an Illinois P.IJM.T under the lea l of"Hatched. Tuesdays ami Fridays at ""..'!/1) p. M. TITLi: VO II'I.l'n:, being derives l hy ;
with steamers for New York, Philadelphia,
Matched t Snatched." lint it 1Veitrm'slaysundSat'dayratftAM.Closes ; : :( grant from the t'nite-d Staten and purchase Ilu.ton and ll.iltlmorc.aml at Charleston' with,
could save type and expense by Using the TIIl..la.II.'t.'Ihu'oIla'II., from the State of Florida.CORRKSIONDI'XCK. steamers Clrew York, Haiti- Savanmih Steamers.JOOD; .
, words lired. Wed. I).-ail," instead.College Fridays and Satnnlavs at 2-TO P. M. more and with :Xorthe-astcni!Philadelphia: !South Curio- (; >> ACCOMMODATIONS I

wit : Y"'." quid the school girl S U,L. T. RlI'IiELU I' M.I.7 : : : SOLICITF.D.Dcseriptive lina Railroad fur route Xorth, last: and for Passengers. I'xcursioniktii: and Tourist
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-- -- --- -- -- will timid this tht
a who bad rbtn from the lowest to the highest West.FIRSTCLASS. airy attractive trip, as
! her MAPS and cm CLAIM mailed on ii grunt and alllgutora and other
|wjsition in tlass. "I "shall have ftlO Ileutird scene-ry ;
I. : PAKSKXdHU: : ACC'OMMODATIOXS.
hurse"+hoe fr my symbol, as it denotes having app. (lotion. game arc abundant.f3r .
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come from the lout." Will toe given fur immftn c-onvUt! the one i CHAH. W. LI'.11'1S.land : I ) Either: of (tht" above Steamers can W

__ _. __ wan: lie-'roved the i'i m I..Jar.lulI the I-milv Commissioner.OfTl Through Tickets und. Rtllh'roomiJI'urt! l chartered a for excursion parties[ atunytlmeFur ,
n p tat smear the railroad. shop*: '''Jolnt! information funiishiil at ollke-, corner further infoinialioii 1 "t'Jly't1) _
JOI1 PRINTING in every style and at W. F. Kmrr. !e core IJ su-h und St-vtnth Sis.IUtf (!Vntre and Second btrctts.30Iy A n. :-\0'\ 1:4t: Agint.'JSvS .
Jo west rates, at the MIBKOK office. Road Commissioner, Fernandiiu lJi t. <'. A. NOYIS.: := 12v3: : Ft-rnandina, Fla "'


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I I 'THE }FLORIDA MIKROll : APRIL 16.


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THE Jj'Loi' iiA Miuuou> I I 'of interest attic under l the law of nations, a Tin &vi'nKMAcr: 0],' U'-oun :' t In accordance wit lithe t I foregoing;i provisions T1W DKAlt. IOCJ.

-'. distinction wliicjj)) seems to, have. been en K1T1' ,VO'iiL\MWT.; I the Governor l : of tlc| State.o f Fbjrida has appointed The President of the! United States, in nc- <

"s.iTVllDA 1" Al'RiL- 111< ," ;'8i.: tirely overlooked!: 'The Spanish government It hardly needs: to be said) that communities Gustav: Stark, an old and valued citizen cordance with (custom called the Senate of .
the
4th
i 341. -...___ ----___. __ being appealed to, began, In 1819, through can only exist In conformity to law and real estate owner, as: mayor, and the United States together on of
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Till FLORIDA SPANISH CLAIMS. its ministers In Washington, to press the (Under our form of government we have! a Me! I I II I I of tlicflaims in full the aldermen; \who, have qualified which the COItitlthHprovhll'M are. to
I TheSavannah A' tsnysthat the President payment upon government written constitution. whkh places the enact and llaxter as ,
b; with the advice and consent of
will favor the payment*of, the East! Florida of the United States. Finally, In meiit of 1t1\\'lIln the power of the legislature as such and have organized: the: city government made I y and

I lR.jlthe j judiciary committee of the :Senate: lro\'ilt'li, h law, We regret to the Senate. The Senate has confirmed tlot'nhiJt
\ claims These claims, it will be recollected the execution of them in the hands of liS ) )
and could have
originated ont. of the invasion of Florida by upon memorial' referred to it. reported the executive, and the construction: of them state that the new city government were obliged alpoillllentl adjourned

the United States troops in 1812 and 1813 "that these acts intended to carry into effect in the hands of the courts.: There;: and to obtain I the books, papers: etc, of the f for n piece of statesmanship

'i i and the consequent destruction: of valuableplantations the provisions of the treaty are adequate to can be no law-making power but in the city from t the persons' in possession! : of thrill of the highest order, which hag

I furnish relief coextensive with the obligations I Under the provisions of brought them ton dl't1Ioc.t: the Senate
r buildings and crops. The pretence hands! of the legislature i who have been selected by legal process.
thereof, and that no additional. legislation charter of the city Fernandina stood 37 DClo'raticenntors and 37 Republicans
of the Invasion! was the Monroe doc : and delegated to make the Ii vs, The the act, the :

' t I trhic of preventing tho acquisition: of the: is necessary: Yet, very singularly, this laws enacted. h h.', the legislature arc in force wa absolutely dissolved! I repealed' on t the with Davis, of Illinois Independent, "
had effect The clerks In the and Mabone, of Virginia, a Democratic Rc-
, country by foreign powers. no TreasuryDepartment when i IIl'111II1I1 approved by the governor. 30th l day of March, 1881. The proclamation
fielded) tlHI \\'Acn lst'lr. Woodbury of the Governor published' on the 2d day adjuster, whatever that may 11':1 in national
r '1 Early in the year 1811 Mr.; ((inrol', Secretary ; A law ('IHlctl'lllIIlIt approved is made by the was
of State of the United States, appointed I had (excluded interest it was ,'re adjudicate constitution! the law of the land It matters of April, 1881. On the -1th day:; of April, in politics, it became an Oljl'c for tho

t General George Matthews:' and Col. John and| so they have: decided tinder 11dnlinistrntioim not what you, or I, or others may think of defiance of the law of the land: and of the Republicans to secure the reorganization! of


t HcKee ahcradministration! to this day4 the the proclamation of the Governor of t the State, the committees, which, in the Senate, are
J commissioners to carry Into effect{ expediency, justice, thcrightfulncss,
I Certain provisions of nn act of Congress relating I In 187! thc, pa"ish minister!!, I informed the or even the (constitutionality: of the law-a I issued in pursuance: 'thereof, the officers of chosen by vote instead of h)the appointment

United States government, "with all the emphasis the old held a pro forma of the Speaker as in the 101I e. KithMahone's
I to the Province: of Florida. They were law it is until by a case made in the courts city government:

, Instructed to go to Peniacola! and to en : which the forms of dipfonmtic courtesy before a tribunal constituted: for the: purposeby election for mayor and aldermen, etc., and. vote the Republicans: !selected the

deavor to get from the Spanish: Governor a !' allow, how peremptory are the orders the supreme'law in the State, the court we suppose!! declared tienlSelveclected. The | committees. The ('on hlt'ratlol: fo General

i I j voluntary cession of the forts.! They had which he has received from the governmentof highest, resort, declares it to be unconstitutional. parties to this: proceeding, wo learn, arc all :Mahone's\ vote appears to have been, frt, a

; t discretionary power to arrange for pay of :Spain to endeavor to bring t this i matter, The Supreme Court. can only declare Republicans in polities' but with that phase' prominent position for himself on the committees

t Spanish troops f Ming; the tifllIn: East: which has I been so long deferred, to IIpC' whether it conflicts with the constitution, of the matter we have now no concern The and next the selection of his friend

, t Florida "they were to be regulated; by the d.ellnilenl1"t) : satisfactory settlement ; the paramount law With the wisdom or point which we wish: to make clear is that lliddleberger as scrgcant-at-arnis of the Senate .

to such V settlement that the United States been disregarded with the prospective: patronage of Virginia
dictates of their own jUt: hmcut" The comftiissionors expediency of the law, the Supreme Court the laws of.thjs jtatehtjte -

proceeded to Pensacola! and St. without any further objections, dilliculties even has nothing to do. Such:) being; the and disobeyed.! The !supremacy! of law is the appointments. The IIIIICI'utit Senators

Augustine and proposed to the Spanish; officials or delays of any kind, shall cause!! to be carried case, the only questions which: can arise sheet-anchor of our form of government. preferred to go on with t the business of

to turn over the provinces to them, out in all I their parts thedocisionsofthc! must necessarily be as to the existence of the Laws cannot be set aside without the neces the Senate, instead of allowing the bargain

judges whom Congress ordered: to admit, examine law mill whether the 'pftwiMo'18 consequence being Iinareh '. It is not with Mahone to be carried out at this: tile, '
which was refused. The purpose of the United ; secondly, '
States to occupy the Spanish provinceswas and decide the claims in question;' of the law have been followed. If the law a question:: of party, but of law \\'(' trust t They have regularly moved every day to go J

To this peremptory demand fur action the i is impolitic the to that this exhibition of disloyalty will go no Into executive session.: The Republican side
however, generally understool: t, and or unjiiil I, only way get
Secretary of State replied that the matter further, and that our city affairs: will be carried of the Senate, plus Mabone, have voted not
. rid of it I is nunlitication'
. Large numbers: of Georgians had gathered : brl'pl'al or by a those who entrusted. by law
mi by arc
" would lie submitted to Congress! Mr. Hayes subsequent If it i is claimed' 'd ; tugs into executive session, but to go into '
about the St Mary's river to enter Florida. legislature. : to with them. If it j is desired to test the constitutionality -

',I A 'pruv siouul government; was: organized, !submitted it by special message! in February be ui'constitutional: then that point can be' ofthe law, let it be done incite an election of Senate officers, und thus a .

: and Fernandina was surrendered to them in J 1879), and again referred to it in his messagein : matte by a case arising under it, but untilrepealed manner: thC.I'OIltitlitioli: provides, but it is deadlock has been produced, which can only I

1880.\ The House committee reported a not u creditable thing for any citizen, or terminate by the withdrawal of the Republicans -
ilarch 1812. The patriot tr.,ops, as they were or declared Unconstitutional by the! body of citizens, to undertake to overridethe

called, moved on St Augustine, and were bill i instructing he Secretary of thcTrcasury Supreme Court it is the law ofthe 1aii\ tumid majesty of the law and the proclamation or the yielding of the Democratic

1 reinforced by Colonel Smith with United to pay: the award! The Senate committee : all men are bound, irrespective. theiropin-. of the Governor. That'the'' law will be enforced members. As the question on the Republican .

reported that the matter was in the sole is a matter of (Ollr l'. The executiveis side seems to hinge the of
support
States troops. They encamped in the neighborhood ion, to abide I 1 I by and respect the f law/becalle! i bound to maintain the authority of the upon

1 of St. Augustine, and remained tin't11 jurisdiction; of the executive as the treaty- it is the law of the land. Now, to apply law lie has sworn to execute ; but \\'C\ would a Virginia Repudiationist. the leading pressof

I September in that vicinity The Spanisl// making: power, and decided in accordance these plain principles' which no one can much rather prefer a cheerful acquiescence that party are beginning: I to express themselves

government, in the meantime, had demanded : with the view of the judiciary( committee of contest, to the case of the law "to dissolve than a forced acceptance.: in vigorous terms in, censure: of the

1851-that no additional legislation was necessary. municipal corporations under certain cir- course of their Senators. The New York
the restoration of the provinces, and in
after the matter ,7UST SKffTlHKNTS.The of the 5th of
I May 1813 the United States troops were Sjt thirty years, Ctllllstu IICl'S." Tiles April sal:
comes back to thePresident for decision. formal opening, of the Fernandina lJacl.son'llie There was some reason: !! why the Republicans -
withdrawn from Florida. It will not denied that such 1law has
Railroad to-day i is occasion
an
constitutionally : : on the formation,
The Senate i is the adviser of shoulllll\'l' ill-oif'll
The destruction and ravages; occasioned!' by been enacted, and was approved by the governor over which both cities ought" to ty oicl": It of they were quite rightin

this invasion formed the subject of negotiation the executive in treaty matters. They have on the 24th clay of 1>'cI.II'lwryIIiSl, and is a connection which ought to have been using the firmness necessary: to that pur-
now said twice that time President has authority made when the Transit Road was first built,
what reason is there why they
r I between the governments! and in 1819 by the 13th section was declared in force pose. Hit
to direct: the payment and lias pow but which was prevented) then, we are as- should refuse! logo the final treaty of cession was made, by from and after thirty days after its approval, sured, by local jealousies. The two places: t the session because: they cannot their
overrule the clerks who havebeen y
which Spain t transferred the Floridas to the er to treasury which thirty days would expire on the 2ith are yet 1 rivals: to some extent, but neither is clerk and sergeant-at-arms.. and H'J'/t petty

'i United States. The ninth article of t tllet treaty constantly setting up precedent of March. In accordance with the provisions in danger of being annihilated by the other !'ervalk who wait on them in various ways.
We hope the information of the irtlL's is and neither can be very prosperous! without nllbc said what right have the I'cino-:
contained the following clause : of said! law, proceedings were had before in degree benefiting the other. Fer-
correct and that this long-deferred just some crats to prevent the election of officers by
"Y los E-ttados Unidos satisfaron: los perjnicios lltizl'IIM the judge of this circuit for a repeal and nandina has a fine harbor, the St. Mary's dilatory motions? The answer is: -they
t .1 los hubiese habido que 1 I.IS hubituntcsT : claim of jour will bo paid, as the dissolution of the charter of the city of Fernandina. river, opening up a fine timber region, the have no very clear right, but they have the

oficiatcs K-ip.iflolc.-i: justiliqiien legalmonteuabsrsufrido Spani: minister! says, without "further objections A certificate was given by said l Transit Road traversing a fine country, and power and they choose: to Ull it. On such a
par las operaciones do Exerccto :: dilliculties: or delays of any kind.:' her trade and commerce, we are glad( to say 11'"tlol. "hlc'h is not worth discussing in
Americana! : en eilas.-SpalIish: : version."The The recipients will for the most part, be theraillt'hthlren judge that the facts existed: which the law arc increasing';. But! all this has: not kept ; Senate) has been disputing day af-
United States will came satisfactionto : provided should be the ground for such dissolution. Jacksonville!! back one inch in the march of ter day with the fervor and theinsibtanceofa t

bo made for the injuries, if any, which by of the claimants, but it will Such eertilicatcamt accompanying progress.; We have the St, Johns, which debating society. To tll'1 sober meta $
1
1 f process of law shall be established to havebeen help many an impoverished: family and filed anil recorded in the opens up a vast t territory fast developing its of both parties outside of Wmlil;ton tho J'
tlllkcl'M and individual papers were wonderful resources, the Central, und Jacksonville conduct of the Senate I is
1 suffered by the Spanish: widows! !! and orphans. a mingled
many poor
;. ., t Spanish inhabitants by the late operations ollh-e! of the clerk of Nassau: : county, in Pensacola! it :Mobile Railroads: and<<1 amazement und disgust SOlr'C .

rt; ot the American army in FloridaEnglish ," OLD 21OOKS. which county Fornaridiiia{ is situated Said soon now the the Waycross Fernandina: !! Hallways.: it Jacksonville We have, and the The excuse made by Mr. Dawes and. the

h' ; ; version. At the Urimley sale of old books in New certificate of tim "jlllljte having been presented
position, thc'lll'ltul.: the enterprise:: to make Republican caucus: is the importance of supporting -
, This treaty was ratified by the Senate of York last week very high prices were paid. to the governor, he i issued his proclamation this tin independent l'it\,1II1I1 we have got a Mr. :Mahone in his"indepemdeuee.

the United States on the 19th of Febm-iry, mummder time good, start in the and therefore, we
The Outtenberg Bible, one of the first! books dated the 30th day March: race Another leading paper well remarks that

1821: and the President of the United( States: ever printed from moveablctype, was sold at ;great :seal of the State, declaring" ; and proclaiming can rejoicing afford, and to go at on the our same own time prosperous! regard with wnv. "Mahone has no other political record( than

'.tj by his proclamation of 27th February, 1821, $8,000. This is nut us high a price as has ; that tile charter f he cily (f Ih. )pleasure the developing energies of our enterprising repudiation, and no actual purpose in Virginia
-,' did "accept, ratify and confirm the said has iiniidiiin is / anddwilrcd.! This neighbor.
)been obtained Europe, where: a copy rejicalcd proclamation except repudiation." !
treaty, and every clause and article'thereof." been sold for $17,000. The Ala anHulIlI1 :M is- was! in accordance with the third '1 hen let Jacksonville: and Fernandina clasp

i { Congress subsequently passed an act to adJust sissippi' )books were none of them sold for sjction of the act "published in some newspaper '- bands of in this lasting new link friendship of: steel over that the is completion to bind) UKSULT OF SK"A MAllOXE'S 1VOUltSE. ,

1+' these! claims, constituting the judge of over $:?,50 each, but t the book relating to ) in such.city or town," ( The Florida them together in closer commercial I relations '

i the Superior Cjurt of I''I"t; Florida uejtnmisflioner Florida brought high prices, llartram's description Mirror,) each rejoicing in the )prosperity of the other,

to receive the proof and adjudicate: reads follows and both striving to advance the prosperityof VIUWS OF COXOUKSSMAX JOKUHXSOX: OF VIROINI -
of East Florida, the work we arc The first section of the act as
our great and growing State. \-CIIAXGK OK :
It the amount of losses! sustained. Under this brought $'.). A little J'oUTCmI.TJ:4
now republishing : The above kind and sensible utterances of OWIXO TO fI': \TOI UIOXK'H t ACTION
law Judge Robert Raymond Reid and ho tl k published in St. Augustine by John The I'txple of the State nf Floruln, repre- < the FloridaIiltf IX Tit SENATE.
our rc: contemporary
BOil Isaac II. llronson adjudicated the Wells, in 1781, brought$1J; G.ireiiaso's Narrative rented Xrinitennd Assembly" cmift fix fulAw pC'll'll Congressman Jorgenson: Virginia, was
; SECTION 1. That the charters of all cities Uill are so entirely in accord with asked or
( the
by a TiHuine
and them to the Secretary of reporter at tho
claims
reported Florida sold
I the of
of : ,
Conquest I and towns 'incorporated., .? that shall: our OWII'jt'ws: that we cannot allow the Victoria Hotel I on Sunday', wht'tuer lie
I Uac Treasury, who was authorized by law to for $:'Jl ; Luudonniore's l llistoiiv Notable, hereafter be incorporated, under any nf the occasion to pass without saying; that we thought the Huljl \n"illll"t a United

( pay> them. printed in Paris in 1530. sold for $230: ; laws uf this State, which have a bonded in States Senator to ,
believe our people entertain the most cordial Jolltol1
r "The stipulation in the treaty, it will be Roman's History of East: and West Floi- ..h'hh'lhll'om'h: bonds" being past due allllIIl1pal.I ]In discussing the situation at lea tgth, )lr.
I and for which a fund for their payment sentiments towards our sister dt'c are Jorgenson, who i 1 is a siid
d observed, contains the wordy"u'hichGypro- illal'rintetlln New York in 177.3: sold for has not been provided, shall be, und 1 "The Hl'l'IIlit'al : :
( h in a position, perhaps, to say, us havingbeen Readjustees: I able to
,,, II i teas of law shall be established." As t hl'rc'ai $.n:;, These; prices: indicate: the great interest the same are hereby, !declared: 1 to repealed{ connected with the original organization : the state or the next legislature without carry the
i. known tribunal forudjustingMich claims and dissolved, sueli dissolution: to take effect united
no being; taken in Florida historyNone mil enllrudastiesuppurtuf the Re
: of the Transit Road that the real cause
the of the
law it requisite that Congress should on tin proclamation :governor publican pt,rtv in Virginia, for the reason
was the little
by of the works to us
are new except
State to be made as hereinafter: provided. why the Transit Road: was not built .on the that OCllcrlahOI: by his course in the
legislate on the subject, and an act was work of Wells of comparatively I late date,
Senate, has alienated thousands
So fur, there: can be no question IlItt4hat direct line whldl'IIII.IIIII'l' carried it near of UeumocrtdicReudjustcrs.
I passed May 23.1, 1823.: which provided follows having most of them in our own library in the charter Ill' Fernandina: was\ dissolved:; on Jacksoni'le was that the expense and dillicnltics He probah' in the next
: for the, examination Ulill'ndj list III ell t of or reprints. The competition for state election will be
originals
: the :30th March. 1881, the date of the Govern of bridging and resiling by that 'OOO w'hi'imw'itit the united 1.,100o
these claims : old works in special I department, especially ofllt'ot"
J the of route through the Nassau marshes and over support
or's:. proclamation. In language: section ll'lllhl-tins, would Nina
SKO. 1. The judges of the Superior on tho part of public libraries: renders it considerable streams, were such that theemlrictors the state, and i.latllr that 'Ji\'l' the
Courts established at St. Augustine. mid PonMuola three it \>wi\m )
;
: Senator
successor
the of Florida very expensive: for private individuals to trusts devolved thistlaue : urged the going around theheads to Jollton: While: trio
II in Territory : respect.tvely only the: pro tern : by
hepuhlhrtnmssytupathizet'ith: '
are hereby authorized. ami procure rare oM works.!! It is, well, perhaps, of t the tide-watcrfctrca ins and with
\ : in the third section : swamps, II" liberal sentiments us expressed in the
,directed to receive! and adjust all claims urisfcig ,- that all such works should be gathered in That the officer of suchdissolved instead: of crossing them, as being much l'nl., yet their past l'xpl'ri'lIl'c of him und .
within their respective jurisdictions, of lYovidftl, hnwrtrr.
be better t with
public libraries where they can pre economical far frequency can
whlh change
the inhabitants of said Territoryor their corporation shall (continue be more so us regarded expenseand front
representatives, agreeably; to the Oth article served from destruction, the custodians: the books, records, papers, much more speedy as: regarded time. huvetrustvorthy to distrust him, unless I ; they
: u from
him
f of the Treaty: of Spain by' which the said money, evidence of debt, and I'rllpl'rtof and With the appltHICl'S in those days i was I he will not act so as!to urnt'(1 t their that organization -
I "Territory was ceded to the Ullltl'.llStatl's. I\ltiri\lTLL1 I'OSTl'OMW. every nature wild description, both real tlbinh'raf' ,
,, : that 2. In all cases, in which saidJudges One of the first: promised efforts of thoIIl' personal; of such corporation, und shall continue furinilableundcrtakhlgtobridge old trestle t were in IMi, uIIll'a\'C!), when through" ; his influence< rc they .
shall decide in favor of claimants. exercise, the functionsofthe respective as shown by the difficulties: which have delayed
tll such divisions und money Gilbert S. "'ulkl'r'US
administration' was
evidence which \\ prullwtIJ ofihvs so far as may be Ut''l'oIUrto, preserve i the "Short Line" for nominated
""t the decisions, with the on : some three by the the
!I.I 'they an* founded, shall bit by said judges re.I at the South as woullt1l'atl to breaking the peace and good order of Midi cityor months!! beyond the time first fixed for theeunmpletiun t ," hultel fWI Republican convention.

i I ported to the Secretary of the Treasury, who, up what they were disposed to consider town until the establishment: of sonar of the road .Do you think t there is probability of
i a great returning to the
bail declared
of the South -
treaty, shall pay the amount thereof to the and public men he the 11111of tin officers of such defunct inconsiderable town, as (compared 'with timepr'sent .In my opinion :
I the South was only solid In its: i-orporation to transfer and deliver promptly GCIHralIaholle has
that
I in whose favor the .allll.l" .
t
f person or persons books records, evidences and time purpose of the Transit placed himself, 1.hi.. c'liirsu during the last
adjudged out of any money in the treasury desire to have goad government, the controlof on dCIII\lHIIIIl papers two in ;
Road) with the Wl'f.ks l'lltl" entirely outside of'the
of debt, money IJIlIIl'rllpl'rt.\ every was to connect Gulf of :Mexico
L not otherwise appropriated.A local affairs: and home rule. pale of the Democratic
its own and I do
nature and description, (both real pt'r111111I,1 making u short line of 150 miles from party. lot
farther act was passed June 20th, 1831 The benevolent intentions of the great Re see how he l'UI fl'tur to it after tlll'lnsult
,
1 i continuing these powcn. The judges; of the pnblilalparty to sow divisions at the SEv\ .1. That the refusal of such officers, oranyoftlmenltodeliver the Gulf to the Atlantic, and saving a distance and.What calumny will heaj> HJMIII him.
be
the books, records" of 00 miles III going around the tho1ft' of the recogni
made '
under Ihis law
Superior! Court, acting; South seem now to b, unavoidably Plst. jui- tion of General Mahone
the
by
and other
Republican
a
debt 'southern of
of ,
the value evidences money! extremity our peninsula, "
.r' their awards to the claimants-first. of tin occurrence ofso > items party?
defunct
ncd in of such
K> consequence) real personal,
| > or Jacksonville wMl be
perty. of "
pr may proud her
f l of the property destroyed at the time of much discord and divisions! in 'its own i-orporation( us required h)' section 3, hall :ts far. as the l\'rl debt question U concerned
for the loss l> fine not exceeding growth and prosperity which are now too the course of the Republican Senators -
its destruction ; second, damages ranks as to render it expedient to direct at- be a felony, d punishable y has been such
not exceeding settled to be disturbed. She is the as to leave the debt-pay.
ofthc use and profits of this property, reckl"4 ..*".....1".."..,>. 'n... their own.. .. .. tuirtv i --- -,- ilismntions. i ; l.00aoo twelve: months and i imprisonment wl'1 tittrri>6t of the St.t Johns r and that natural lag Republicans unembarrassed as to their

oning; such damage as! equal to five percent.: i It in an agreeable; change to IIl'llIIlr esteemed ) of \'cr. future course! in state jolitics in Virginia
with the provisions build
accordance alone
In up a large city Her citizens But the administration and
wi the Republican
the
annually upon the estimated value of brethren of the at the North \
press SKO. '5. That on the petition of twenty or have shown energy and capacity in senators, in giving General i Mahone + .
destroyed lion Levi Woodbury und (J.irtlcld parties! within the limits of th'bnptKlrt -
property Conkling; and
residing
tt.rraye.lll1to more person* fostering all works of public improvement, countenance that they have done, "
1t ; Secretary of the Treasury when the first of and paying their compliments to each other, unv t'ituf town in this State, the charter of and attracts the deserved caused such !divisions in 'the Republi{
: indorsed wliich "inav have been dissolved under this the admiration of can ranks in Virginia that
awards was reported 183rt, the S uith t,> breathe fir be
these
theusage und allowing Io'ir act it shall be the duty of the governor tujii.pi.iut Grangers ua the netrojwdis\ of Florida to bold the rank Itnl lltkul
all
"approved without interest, under awhile in und quiet It is clearly aldermen, residents tll t''lhl'r
five
; ; 1 peace u mayor and We concur in the )' preyed sen straight-out ticket. .
of the department in unliquidated (Ie.omestie none of our funeral," and we will try toget of such dtur town.\vlm MIMH exercise tintentuf the L'niiiit IUIP1i Tribll'

pecuniary claims under the principlethat on, fur a year or two, in our own way : the powers und functions uereinufterpruvldtsl : USE of the must -
(
j und shall bold their oflK-e for two Then let Jacksonville and Fernandina ever known from dltrtu'th'ecalullil
interest to an
the government never pays without politics.i bands in luatin arlqu! :
ocurrl,1
vcunund until lueirstiee"tsttr arenppiintid crisp ;: frit'lhhil over the on the island o Cluo. ii the Greci
i1 i its awn citizens und without reference tot who charged;; \ and qualiried. III ('as e of unv vacancy i-iiinplt-tion of this new that is Archi'telago, near Smyrna. Tin(* i island
: Russian Nihilists were cor.
fact that this! was a treaty claim und that The caused by failure t accej'tre>';':uatlon.death to bind tht'1 together in ('I'mscrttinuner'ialrelation taint about 50.000 Turkish
thrf were due to those who, when with being concerned in the uasasinjtiou of or otherwise, on a rertifinite by the mayor *, tucl n'juicn. in the pn>sperity of is t nearly every house ilihaLlalh I

t' : the claims not American the Czar, have been found guilty and con ufbiicli ":ll'lIlIl'the governor .khall till the the other, Itrivlll: to u.lvallc\'the lun thrown down, ant live thousand

t [I .b limey 1t Spanish offered citizens the I05,aunt were hence the question dcmtied to death same by appointment. pri>crity of our gnat and growing;; State t pie have perished. peo


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JOVIt\Ai.: I talked with a negro yesterday who i re- SI:.'.SIIJ: iioi'.sr:, ,1.1111S: 1IcGiFEIN: 1"I.OIUn\ rt i. r
KKPT'IIY"v arltl'lt in all the region near him may a leadermining ij j
high Point, Cumberland Island Georgia.W. \Xn nUII.Uln: ;
his He(
JOHN It.\nrn nf'flF PHIL\nr.i.rui\, ; people. rent."a sugar: plantation COX'l'H.\CTOn uml.r JIWIMIY:
and employs laborers O of t H I j
:some
\ IlotnnUt to HU'Majehty r them white many he H, IH'NKLEY: PuoriiiKtou.: Alachua Street between Second and Third ,, c '
men. As has an ilea of trying FUOM FISH( SCALE: :, ji
\ for the
Florida; ,-.< to improve the colored people, I asked i
\ :"! 1t'PON him whether he tried to give them the right Hoard 1 per day, $l.f>0; per wick\ $;.lie), FERNANDINA..\, i :.
SEA; Im.\XI SEA SHELL I
This report cannot l bc Mirpassed l torsi>ortinji Orders 1l11ll"tlmllh'1\ distance carefully ,

A\Journey the River from St.: Augustine kind, education lie( frowned 1,about and asked their me political whether duties I II'r and surf-liathinK. Dear deer, duck, : attended to. _:2'i: -tf_ ";
:fit:; Johns.
up
plover, and all kinds! of H.-hin any quantity| PALM NUT, ALI.IiAI'OR'rlF: : r1} .
pot anything "out 0' politics. lie S. OAKI.S
O. ,
It can he reached by Meameror; Mill-boat.
With : !laict:1': been through it all hyar. I'm
Explanatory Notes. ; I Also FEATHER FANS AM.: FEATHER:
--- -- -- -'-'--- CONTRACTOR .
ready to light anybody. for anything that'llworih ) AND HUILDER, "
Ii hlill' for.. Hut when 'a nigger: : pits! Yacht to Let.rplIE I FLOWERS': : ORANGE( STICKS.( "
: safe and eotiuudtuns'acht '
23d. Cold morning, thermometer 52, wind politic: into his head he's: a mi.jhtv po' ban' NICY. MVMlFVCTt'lUM SEA SHELLS, ETC.: i
JL he
Captain 0 (L Darling, can: chartered
considerable
in the fiefVe hail i
af
N. W. arrived and lodged at Picolata.Jlth. terward. I for pleasure:: parties': at reasonable rates.! Oys (Or.H1XCIIU.U'IaTH.: ::: : SAWED AND I For sale and made to order. t "
Ilant
wondered first
at at
Cold morning, tlll'rllll/nll.tl'rjO. wind t asperity of manner which I IIHI\'cO
; N. \V. lilowed pretty fresh, hut ceased towards ly ever encountered in the South. among I For particulars' npplv; to Major. Suhrer, STAIR tLI1.woon? EAVES: 10 Centre St., !bet Second aud'l'hirl I *
4lIILIi'IIINIivl.l'I'1IiilflO.1RU:
Mansion T-ROUGHS.
House" or \V.'Pholtg'sun'pt'icer ,
people of cither color Everybody: seem!*' to I
night ; landed, and \I Ir. 1)shot a wish talk House( 't. Marv'x.' or address: \ _
to Hut this man told me that he :
deer and his Negro a turkey. I and my son thought at first I was ):vine to talk 'l"lIltl'"tilil'OC CAIT. O. U J. DARLING. ING .vxn FLOORING. ,TVs T II Y 'rrS1 1 I 1
walked the woods to observe the I/ilnll,1 l.r-13t St. Mary's, (J ia. I ,
:! !< to de hall's-all' I wonder what do 5
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plant, with a man that wont to fell some I'ai; n done sen'ye liyah full." I assured: -- Stair and Church Work
him that I wished SAW MILL LAND.ttti. W. LOHMANN'SFAMOUS:
for he only to talk with him 1\
trees honey felled onothatcontaincdonly
; and that the Captain had sent me to him because A SPECIALTY.DOORS .
some yellow wasps that hail taken up I wished to see some colored man who AMt I

their tviutcr; -quartcrsina piie-trce ; we then understood what was good{ for the coloredpeople. ,1:-.,.-ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE AND! WINDOW FRAMES; J .'
walked to another hollow tree, wherein was This seemed to mollify him, and OF ALL SlZI,::;. ;ti '4 4Prepared
: he went on : "I thinks! 'bout that a prea1 Post Olllcc flux 174. I Flour.0N1.1' >
a swarm of bees! and some honey ; but both deal S'posu: I cues to de Norf to wuk for .1:1114|: Fernandina Fla. t 1

the white people amV Indians often meet you (omen'uu has: big cotton mill lira : undesigned oiler for sale the I ---- .

with such pood, to find pbmtatiun-von: don" make sugah upderv! ?" r11III !
Miecess, as! great !
No." said I, not thin :kind.! Well. I Saw Mill at .......011. UNDBETHS'SEEDS FIVE: CENTS PER: POUND. |
quantities of honey and ,
wax e"IIIl'1I gal
wuks! fur you, all'OIlUI1' de oder! big men ,. -M
Ionmore' or loss, out of one tree; the Indians you'tt'n's to de politics.} I don' know nof- Transit Railroad, near IVrii.uulina ,

eat much of it with their venison and lit 'bout!. 'em, mor' '1111 a darn fool. Ef: you SEEDS BEST
sour oranges, of which they cut off one end. makes ):o"llawII for you"elf. 1's gwiiuto do :i!!0 Acres of Fertile Land, ItnoI.oltmnirot1rpronroucan lBBl,1, GotI'1' OLD 1' O. llUILDlNCi.\ h y yi J.
well inoiigb. an" don't 1 G' its 1's got thpra>y mi L ftrop
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then p ur the honey into the pulp and gwine to. nark" lie was'a you little excited by With tin Infra- and-. Priors.O8 fnolal Ttt.0"Card' ..,and for..Cut....,*uttm. seoup both out as a rcliMdng'morsel.. Wethen his oawicluqucoct'ureu' 'ncstness.1 1 lie seemedconscious Orange: (.rote of ::OO Trees. Clr....*(n U. 1'nt'nl,<;,..,... Jon lowest rates, at t the Minium ollice.liAIPORTANT ,
of this, and; said nothing more for UAbIiI.ANDIU T11d;KONS.rmuiPx.. I
! The Mill i is in tirM-elas.s ordrr. A tram
n few moments, then added if
dismissing
as :
we lodged, and saw nuny rocks! of congealed; the subject, 1.:1'whitt.: men do well fortheirselvcs road extend, three miles into a line tract! of

nail and muscle-shells ; here was a patch. of hvar, we ha lIt notbin' to Ii II' timber. Dwelling) Hou-c, 'Itlr,'. I'.l.ickMnithShop. : NOTICE !
Stablc.s and quarters for imployc.s, on __
fault: ,
goad swamp but the pine-land* approached "II the place. .

near. the river, and generally\ 'a perch. or more ,
Xcw Advertisements.IMCOCLA.IIATIOX. .
.tjIric'c'1' Low for Cash.
of pgImetto! -grotitd, gently rising betweenthe Yy- -- .- -- --- ;: rim.yDD !
swamp ant piuc-land.2th. : \\". n. C. Dl'RYEE) \: :: ::, J. & _
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FlUW;\ 1IOYT.l.VIt
Cool ;hazy morning, tht'rllltllnl'lcr.JOin Wnntr.vs, In accordance\ with the laws of .
theFlateoh' Florida his excellency, W. I D.Hloxham : 1'Vruandina. Arc receiving immense additions their already large! stock of
the air (in which all thcrmomet- ,
open my _. _. .
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governor, did on the:Goth:i> day of --- ---
rival observations! up the river are taken). )March: A, 1), ISM I, by proclamation dcclarj! Groceries, and lroiisions. '
the charter ..------- SPRING ANI) SUMMER GOODS 'j.
After !several miles by choice swamps near of the city of I'ernandina repealed -

the river, we landed at a point of high and dissolved\ ; v\cii-: tv 1"IUI.xn.: ,
AND WIIIKKAS: : .\ and five aldermen
mayor
.ground, which has been an ancient plantation have been appointed. and qu.diliel 11AKERS AND CONFECTIONERS: \ : : ;, Men's and Youth's Clothing',

of Indians or Spaniards; many Ii"e- mach reorganisation of I the City uf Fcrnandina 1

oak trees grew upon it near two foot diameter been perfected, under. the provisions of (IIOlt M "FROM LOW-PRIt'ED TO FINE: GOODS.IHtr.SS .
111'101' the of Florida! entitled i-
an legislature ,
and plenty of the soil was sandy
but ,oranges; walked; back from an act! to repeal and dissolve talunicip.tleurInrratiuns \ ( Groceries ('I:gays" ami Tobaccos, : (;<>OI S-A full and; complete\ stock, consisting of SUMMER SILKS:J, ,
pretty! good ; we under certain i circumstances: ,
. and/ the in which.ichciticstray ALIr-WOOL LACE: JIlI TIXn:4: LAWNS, LINEN: LAWNS, MAREOKS:: and (/JRICNA- ,
the.river, the ground rising: gradually from provide manner TOYS AND) FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings \( : '.
the swamp' on the right-hand, where grows become rcincorporatcd.\ approved February DINKS\: SWISSES I: TARLETANS: : VICTORIA and PERSIAN: : LAWNSut low prics.Itargains J

27,1$ ((1 ;" Entertainments, and Picnics! : .. in Summer NllltN, -from Fifty Cents upwards 11
small evergreen-oaks, hicc.ory chinquapins, A*/if, therrfure/ /. Jushiv/ tttnrl Mnytir. call furnished at the shortest notice" at rock-bot t

I and great magnolia, and in thcswampgrows' upon all law-abiding citizens to unite and tom prices, at CciitsFlue Furnishing Goods a Specialty.Our
aid in the enforcement of law and the .
the swamp or northern kind 18 inches diameter establishment ANGEL'S( IJAKERY.Vntre: ,

and 00 foot high, liquid-amberand red of ;.mud government in hereunto our city. ( I Street, Improved' Dollar Shirt is lie beNt, unsurpassed! in fit and quality.lllenclied } ,
]In testimony whereof I have ( 2.'J: Opp.\ old P. O. I'.uilding.
maple: foot diameter, elm ash and bays ; set my; band this l iith day ufAl'il -r...-- --- ----.--.. -- -- and llrown C'otloiitt" Wholesale Prices. Fruit of Loom ut

the plants were most sorts of the northern _1, n, 1Sl, at the mayor's oilier, 10 eenfNt" 1O-I SheefiiiKN: .. ti5 eenlN.

ferns, faururus ( iris pancratium large long City of Fernandina.\ floridt.I. .\ case: of splendid Standard I'rlnlc lit O eeiitN" per yard.
0!I. STARK.: Mayor.
flowering l'on\'olvlIllI running: foot high, Attest : EMIL O. Fitir.M: Clerk 7t'1- \\'(.' are! Agents for DKVM.N': : %V 'O., leading Clothiers! of New York City.

chenopodium as high and 4 inches diameter -- -- -- --.-- .,Spring Samples' now ready ; :"'1.111) stylc.s--hi.xly of them (from #15" to #25 per .....U.

pontederia and dracontium.} Cloudy roit SAM: Fit guaranteed, I (

4oday.\ arrived at squire I Rob's a bluff A DWELLING: HOUSE: CONTAINING ;;:(1'I it to our establishment will convince! you that while we do not sell
nine rulllll"'l'lIl1l1i*hl'lll11l1t furnished
foot less of which 5 inferior Goods: the ( Goody, house from Maine to
point 17 high; more or we arc lieapeNt Dry "'
with lot of land :LMUxiVj: feet never-failing! ,
foot i is composed t of snail and m muscle-shells, well of tank Florida l la'
water, capacity sixty barrcls.good: ; This i space\ : reserwpl) for ,
mixed with black mould or rotten vegetables barn and out buildings: number of orange; A. It. Novns, ( ulltF.Uo11 SnrraCii\NPI.KK' da T. K-YDD ,

intermixed} with sand '.'0 paces: distant and other fig flowers I trees, twenty-live and shrubs! varieties too numerous"I'tII I'!to! ; who is: too busy to write an advertisement.\! New York Ollice, }) 17"tf / N.E.: ('or, Centre and Third; Sts..

from the shore, and diminishing the way mention. For further particulars, apply' to Walker; Street j \ 1-Vrnandlmt, Fin.

to the yellow soil on which grows large; :\1 I Ii.: 1 E.: MURC1I: i ,

evergreen-oaksevergreen-shrub-oaks; where. On the premises, at Old Town.Fernamlina .
;, Fla., February 2i 1i. ISSl-:3m. SANB01 & IIOYEJ : r u
the pine-lands begin at .r 0 yards from the -- _.. -----

river : Thisshell-blulT i is 300 yards more or Money Sated is" Money<< Made I I _u _._ __,_ __ _u_

less along the river's bank gradually desePiiding : YOUU 1'UlXI'Fwnl: ( ::;

; each way to a little swamp, round PURCHASE \' :rli: ti on a 10 Hor e'Otl; :: > :
the head of which the pinelandcontinue on a :2i 11 Horse, and jvioo' on a :>o Horse-Tow
er Engine. Send for our prices! before \purchasing GObd
down the river a good way, and a little way ; Engines: Gins Presses, Saw and l ii. E.: uoTTiiiiit: ,

up it ; tIll! bin IT seems all !lI/nUlltt shells but (:Jrist t )Iill,.. Threshers any kind of Machinery.

back near the S.ivanna's is funnd.uumecLly ; We are )Manufacturers': Agents: WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED >
and guarantee satisfaction in quality andprice. TTMHINANDINA, FLORIDA, >- ,
there is a small Spani>h intrcuchmcnt on WALKlm&I.OlTll.

the bluff about 20 paces square, and piecesof \o. I VXt: Meeting; street, West sine\ near 111\: uu ix

Indian pots; the river I is very deep near Charleston I Hotel Charleston\ H, C. O zi .

the bluff tho'thcrc I is great barrnpiuo.itetothe Aprily.( !.!. ISHI-hll.: ... ____ _ Flue I'unuIly Groceries V VAM i
: Rail Steamer and Sail
Ity >l
town, and a very rich extensive swamp.JGtli. T. II. II{..] SCO'l"lI \ ) tr! .

: Thermometer temperate\ line day

wind south. Excellent: swamps! on both sides PROVISIONS.) hH

of the river, some 2 or 3 miles! deep ; landed O

on 1 Dunn's 1 Maud on large!snail shell ridge, I Style, Fit, A LARGE STOCK OFFUItWITUKE

the adjacent swamp excellent, and the middle Customers can rely upon getting CHOICE

ground rich for corn turkeys, and alligators Comfort,
GOODS)): 0NOTIIIx
r sized Indian
plenty saw u middling
A (II *
tum'uliM, :20 yards diameter and ti! or H foot 2JH

high ; arrived soon at Sp.ildin'i L-jwer- -i' Durability. ; WIT TIltFI: I''n': URANUS

store, on the west-side of the river 37 miles ] 1

from Ticolata and 50 from Latchaway.! an are kept in nmk.Professional z

inland Indian town near half the way pine- .
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)land and palmctto-groun.l : It it generally and llnslness, Cards,

aflirmed, that the soil at Latchaway is excellent m ---_._ .. .. ._- .-- .- -- z -AND-
and produceth good corn and rich I
iv.ii. it. c. riiYii! : :,
pasture; we encamped on a bluff in the .
rich little island. o: GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
pine-land, over-agaiast; a Having: largely; increased my.stock (1 )ENERAL: : COMMISSION:::! MERCHANT,
l:x-
of Foot-neur in both fine o.
,
( Sam-urn ceriums. Linn. Spec. .J$'J. Liz. :
q
CK.NTIIK Sr., sain I R. n. DKPOT,
trll'l-tail. a creeping plant with heartshapedleave and medium :grades! I am enabled l
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*.-1'.lIlt'raliullI rarolini.inum. Linn __ u- .-.-. ,
1It'I.tllt1.Ii\-lrll.: \ in to place before my customer ", FERNANDINA )FLA. 0
flpee. .JI IS. Carolina 9 7 I ..
English: flower-de-luce. +nvnlvulu+. in n *ery large assortment, of
E.ulMi: bindweed.-Chenojiodium, in English :
Hoots, and Shoes, made by the Hay for, Oats.
pi I'I"I"fi'lr.-I'.lIItl..t"ria. a water-plant I CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.
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with arrow-headed leaves and a shake of most" competent and skilled
blue flowers.: "". 1(. il.lEISIIIT: : ,
workmen. These", (:nods, acre
A .ENT, H

.XKUltO lPOLITICS.. purchased for C'ASH, ami are WHOLKXALK ,AM:" UKTAILBITCHER J: ) : i : : .. :

A traveling a'orrl'r'l'tllltll'nt| of the New only exehanged: lor the samecommodity. AND STOCK DEALER: "

York Tribune gives that paper the following; This lbe deem A.XUHealer
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facts t-) digest on this subject of the negro in \\ in Ice, __ ._u._ __ __ .._ .. __ '_ ___ ___.. __ .
ed u pleasure after seeing: examining
polities: TENNESSEE: : J) : : .\ SPECIALTY SAN1301 & I-IOY

Almost everywhere in Louisiana! I llnd a : and learning ut u haul RBOOM: STUEET Wiivnr,

few negroes wlioare saving money andgradu extremely low prices these 10-tf .'.m: .\SJH\A. .'1.\.
illy aciiiiring| land.: I to:1WnlW Ibcrville! . -.-------.-
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ParMi' who ha, $lfx) in the bank. There Goods are offered. C. Burr. H. HTtlTZ. ARLINGTON NURSERIES.
is nu trouble with the 1It"rIM"4 or the relations -
.?""7 between the two moos here I think ;riMy stock or isK.\TIJM:: K.VHFUH.M.SIIIX ('. II.' nT A: (0.,

thou?;Im, e.-eryl dy talks freely of the "troubled ; (; lriii>ortera and WhoU-ule
times" of a few years: ngo. Nobody, attention of those", desiring: 1 rncu-ut\I. nod SE111: -TIt)1'Il'.11. 1IIIIT! Tlllll'S: : KOSIIS, I>K:('IIiviitciuiix )-
esc .'t the jwistmasters and a 'tow other men
Domestic'
who have: plans fir diaplaeing the poitiua t flue (;ood.. Foreign and 110 I'S uuutl : : : HlilelIUS nod I'l40 VEILING: I-I.A.TS.NKtV .
ers seems to "leel any intercMt in nati.mal
1.rtitlt... It is very c iiiirm here-as it isindee ; 't.l in all |harts of the South KI o far-to
hear young; mea: of twa sty Mix or twenty- will receiie careful and prompt SU M, 57 and .V) Market Strwt. : AMP .:1I0ICI'ItJlr"' "' i lludded Orange Tree MADE: A SPECIALTYnd :

eight years of age; ay tint they have never attention.
CII.HLJTOOrTJI! C.\WH.J?..t.tir(3msignanettt .
Voted. The more industrious and thrifty --
arty discourage their own >.. from J H. PRESCOTT
.: | ope of Puiuipticittil. OICUOE ; for IesvdptlvrCntnlogue.
having anything to or with .->litii-s, xuying r
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that work will do them.a(neap lUur"guutl." 1.3i Feruaudlna, Flu. .. uml prompt returns maJe. G.1-6n ALIJKIIT: I. UIiWELL.




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1YAS11INGTON LETTER.THR I the pageant with countenance bearing I Kill 1 roti
more a cheerful than a chastened l expres --- -- run through to and from Jacksonville and /

'rI n: CARD Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping Curs run
INEXTRICABLE DEAD LOCK-lUDDLKBKRGER Jf
sion.These CONDENSED through to and from Jacksonville and Tal
or UNIA-BR'NCIII!'s OF PUBLIC SERVICEAT wild cavaliers of the Don and the or TUB lahassee.FERNANDINA.

A STANDSUMAnotJT NATIONAL- Ukraine arc doing excellent good service in ATLANTIC, GULF ,WEST INDIA TRANSIT EXPRESS, (nAILV.1I.eavc ) LIVERY AND HOARDING) STABLES. .

1ZINO TilE NEW YORK CUSTOMHOUSE preserving the peace of the city the streetsof RAILROAD, Jacksonville.... .................11:1: :; A. M. CARRIAGES AND) WAGONSTo I

SERVICE.'! which, in couples, they continually pat PENINSULAR: RAILROAD, Arrive Haldwin..........................12:30: t.. u. and from Steamers and Trains.CONTRACTS .

WASHINGTON, 1). 0.! April 11, 1881, rol. Mounted on his little weedy screw of a ( {Waldo Jiranch,) Arrive Fernandina...................... :3:40: r. M. Etc
AND Leave Fernandina........... ...........10:30:: A. u.Ix FOR HAltLING,
To the Editor of the Mirror : pony, with the oddest military scat in the CUM1JKRLAND ROUTE: >ave Haldwin. ............................. 1:20: r. it. FOR SALE :

In the early days of this week there were saddle it is possible to conceive, with his oil Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35:: r. M. HORSES, HUGGIKS, HARNESS[ ,

signs of a break in the Senate dead lock, but skin-covered shako like a saucepan without, In F.ffect February lot, 1S80. Passengers for Fernandina and Cedar Key CARTS AND WAGONS.MSTERMS .

now, at the close of the week, the lock is, handle, swathed in his grey gaberdine, with take this train. No train from Baldwin to .r [ CASH.tVSva&aOfllce
GOING SOUTH. Cedar Key on Sunday.CONsRCTIoNsAt .
to all appearances, as much a Gordian knot his bashlik, or kerchiefed hood, and. \ his long Leave Atlanta .... .. Haldwin with A., O. t and Stable-First Street, near
Ga.... ........ 2.15! p. M. Broom Street Wharf. 40'!!
, as ever. The great riddle to be solved is lance with a red staff the Cossack, all boot [Leave Macon, Ga........................ 7.45 r. M. W. I. T. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville! _____ _H_ ._ ____-__. -___-. ,

: Riddleberger, of Virginia. Democrats will ed, bearded, spurred, and armed to the teethas Leave Urunswick, Ga........:......... 0.15 A. u. and i Fernandina, and. all points North and

: \ have none of him, and Republicans cannot, he is, I cannot help fancying to be in the Arrive Fernandina, Fla...............10.15 .... M. West ; at Lake City for Tallahassee, Albany,
[Leave Fernandina.......................10.30: A. M. Savannah, and all points North and West ;
j get rid of him. The necessity of executive main far less ferocious than he looks. As a Arrive Baldwin, Fla..................... 1.25:! r. M. ;, at Jacksonville with St. Johns: River Steamers GET THE BEST.
sessions for the confirmation of the Presi soldier he Is heroically brave ; but as a military ; j. s. MCELROY,
Leave UaldwiifforJacksonville..ri.30: : : r7-lI
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j t dent's appointees (is acknowledged by Republican policeman he is not so very ill-natured. Arrive Jacksonville (Cum. Route).. 2.35 p. III. W. M. DAVIDSON, Master Transp'n.Superintendent. WfBSTER NEw

Senators Various public Interests Hill terrible whip, with the short stock, Leave Haldwin for Cedar; 'K'v.tfI: : -I :M. ONABROCO"EDITIONDCTiONA

\. .are suffering from the d'aellol'k. makes a fearful noise when it is clashed ; Arrive Waldo (Junction P. 11. It) .. 4.11 r. M\ O AND R JUPPLIMF/VT

The office of United States Marshal[ in the but I imagine that it frightens people more [Leave Waldo......... ......... ............ 4.20: r. N. JACK MOBILEPENSACOLA[ : [

'I District of Columbia has been vacant for than it hurts them. For example the Arrive Gainesville........ ............... 5.17 r. it\ MASTER TRANSPORTATION'S: OFFICE, I ITALLAHASSKK
} I on [Leave (Gainesville........ ............... 5.2:!!!) r. M. FLA., February 3, 18*O. )} If you intend some clay to getWEBSTER'S
.. I more than month by the expiration of the day of the funeral procession, the people Arrive Cedar Key........ ............... 9.30 r. N. On and after Monday, February 2, 18NO,
term of Fred Douglass This district beinga were strictly forbidden to cross the ice-bound Trains to Jacksonville and I North of Raid- passenger: trains:! of this road will run us follows UNABRIDGED,

separate judicial district, the Supreme river or even to venture on the bosom of win daily viz: "DO IT NOW."

, \i Court has not power to fill vacancies, as it the Neva at all and a large detachment of OOINO NORTH. PASSENGER TRAIN[ -EAST HOUND.
Leave Cedar Kov.......... ............... 4.15 A. M. Leave Chuttahoochee..daily at.... 200 r. )I. TilE NEW EDITION
has under a statute in other United States Cossacks: was told off to enforce the order. Arrive Gainesville........................ 8.41 A. )1. Leave Quincy.................... ...... 322 I'. )1.

districts. The consequence is, that important Of course the people did try to cross the Leave Gainesville....................... 8.50 A. M. Leave: Tallahassee! : ............. ...... GOO r. )1. Contains over 118,0001Yords, \,

business in the Criminal Court is at a river hundreds of times, and it was a rare Arrive Waldo ((1'. K. R. June.)...... !HA A. M. Leave Monticello .............. ...... 7 10 r. N\ 1928 Pages, 3000 Engravings,

standstill.Mr. to them chased the ice and [Leave Waldo,.............,.......... ..., 9.55! A. M. Leave Greenville.............. ...... H.IS r. M. Colored Plates
sight see over Arrive Haldwin..........................12.17: I'. it\ Leave Madison .................. ...... {920P.M. Four Pages ,
Hayes, the assistant Secretary of State snow by the Cossacks, uttering wild hurrahs ..... 15 4600 XCW WORDS and Meanings,
teavJacksonl1 Cum. Ronte.11.15: : Leave Live Oak................ 2 A. M.
M.Arrive
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under the late administration, is obliged to of menace ; but when the delinquents after Baldwin.................. ...... ..12.30: r. 1\1\ Arrive Savannah............... ...... {J Ik( ) A. 101. Biographical Dictionary ,
remain in office until his successor, Mr. much and doubling Arrive Thomasville ........... ...... 055; A. M.rnve .
dodging were finallyrun Leave Haldwin; .......: ,:::..::.......::12.40: : r. M. \ Albany........ ......... ......102,') A. M.'ri"e of over 9700 I a.mc'S.'

::0 Hitt. has been confirmed. down by the Cossacks, they were usually Arrive Fernandina...................... :SAO r. M. \ Luke City................ ...... :'I 8.i: A. M. "mn"l bountiful and complete Cng-ffl

There are many other nominations which dismissed with a little harmless:! bullying Leave Fernandina........................ 3.45 r. M. Arritr Baldwin................ ...... 0 25; .... M. Thn-h ilietioimt." Jl

should; have long since been acted upon, and a (flick of the whip, to all appear- Leave Hrunswick....................... 8.00 r. it. Arrive Jacksonville ........... ...... 7 ill} A. if. Has 3000 Engravings!' nearly Iliron H
other nominationsthat Leave ICacon...................... ......... 8.40 A. M. Arrive Fernandina........... ...... 3 40 r. )I. si many ixs nny other Iict'ry.Every .
and there are many ance more ceremonious than afflictive.Legal Arr Atlanta Ga...................... 1.15 school and l family should have it
\ r. M. Arrive Gainesville ............ ...... 5 01 I'. N. cnn tnnt reference. E
are held back until there shall be a .- -- Trains to Cedar Key and South of Raid- .. ..... 9 :30
- - - Arrive Cedar Key .......... .. r. M. GET THE STANDARD.
of their consideration by Advertisement! win daily except Sunday
prospect prompt PASSENGER: TRAIN WEST HOUND. Webster's ij over 2O times tho
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the Senate. The argument that has been so PENINSULAR RAILROAD, Leave Jacksonville ......daily at..... 5 :30 p. si.Leave any other series ot DlctionnrioM. S

often urged, that the Republicans are contending In Circuit Court Fourth Judicial ( Waldo lhanch.) Fernandina ............ ,.....1030: A. M. The "hlcheft authority of tho Courts in TAn

Circuit, Nassau County, Fin. UOINU SOUTH. Leave Gainesville ......... ..... ...... 902A.M.: ."-Chitf Justice It aile.
f for a principle, and must: not recede .- Cedar .............. ...... 4 :30: nom wt universal authority in dccld- *
Leave Waldo Junction................. f .oo A. M. Leave Key A. M. tho of words.No /%_
from their position, is losing much of its DONALD McKAY, ) Mortgage Forcclo- [Leave Hawthorne....................... 7.40A.M. Leave Huldwin ................. ...... 7 00 r. M. A. ing other Dictionary meaning IIIM boon by

pertinence from the fact that being in the vs. J}\ sure in Equity.FARLEY Arrive Lochloosa.............. .......... 8.10 A. M.UOINU Leave Luke City ............... ....., n 40 p. it. any State to supply its Schools.hought N
r without REDMOND. Notice of :;ale.NOTICI Leave Savannah ............... ...... 4 :30 t.. M. nine-tenths of tho
the Senate cannot adjourn NORTII.I.l'avo .
majority, is hereby given that, in pursu- Lochloosa. A. M\ Leave Live Oak........ ........ ...... 2 15 "... M. Dlctlonaryon'hl'h country arc Laaed.Authority D

4 their consent, and there is no apparent reasonable of a decree made in the above entitled Leave Hawthorne. .; A. M. Leave Madison ................. ...... :351 A. M. in tho Government I'rlntlngA
the confirmation .. ......... ...... 439A.M.: Washington. Jan.
for Greenville. ...
excuse delaying action, whereby it was ordered, adjudged Arrive Waldo Junction...............12.15 1'.1\1.\ Leave
of appointees to whom no objection is and decreed that there was: due from Trains! from Waldo to Locliloosa: and return Leave Monticello .............. ...... 500( A. M. Rtrommenilcd by State Snpt's Schools, Jn *r%
: and fifj College I'ros't. XV
said Redmond to said McKay, on the 3d clof Arrive Tallahassee! ..,........ ...... 700A.M.
: amid Saturday.CONNECTIONS. .
Tuesday Thursday that has
suggested. July 1880 a cl'Ttnlnl\otl'lUul mortgage 1.etVC'I'ltllllhaSSC............... .... 8 30 A. )I. Dictionary been placed in more D
upon ) public schools in U.S.
There was n good deal of gossip yesterday given by said Redmond to one F. D. Whitney Leave Quincy......... ..... ..... ......10 OS A. )I. ,f
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about the proposition to nationalize the colt on the 3d day of June, INTO, upon certain ATLANTA Arrive Chattahoochee....... ......It 30 A. si.CONNKCTIONS. IS IT NOT THE STANDARD?
Publi.!')hodhyG. &C. MERRIAM RprtnpfieM,: MOM.!
lectorship of the port of New York. It has: premise hereinafter described: the sum Close connection is made: Atlanta.. Ga., .
of three hundred dollars with one hundred to and from all points North I East, West amid At Live Oak daily with the Savannah Also Webster's National Pictorial Diction:.ry. I
been stated that the people of the entire said date! and I and 1040 Page: : Octavo. COO\ tnor.1Vinc .
} and fifty dollars interest up to < Northwest Florida and Western Railway to from I
daily.AT
t country are interested in thc ot1ke, and that, that the premises described in said mortgage) N LON t., Savannah, and all Northern, Eastern. and!

\dk therefore, the collector lIl'dliot necessarily be sold to satisfy: said indebtedness: together With Trains for Kut'uula: Columbus, Ga.: Western Cities

belong to New York. Since the matter has with all costs, fees:l and charges attending; the Montgomery[ Mobile and New Orleans At Lake City daily with the Florida Central ..
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proceedings in this action, 1 willllllI in front Railroad: to and; from Jacksonville, St.Augustine .
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FIRN\NI III INFL ,
AT
i been spoken of, there have been all kinds of of the (:uurt-liouse door in Fernandina. With New York and Fernandina Steamship :; I'abut kti, Enterprise: : and Landinj. 1'1I1I1I1..Una.I1I..\ 1'UIJ S.

speculations: regarding: the policy of a man Nassau County, Florida, at 12: M. on the :2nd Line from New York on Wednesday:: : ."< on the St. Johns River. '
THK: TIMKS FOli(
ouUido New York to fill the place ; and day of May: 1881, all the right title and U0a.:: in., and for New York on Friday, at At Haldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf The Time wiIIl'l1ler the l'Yl'nr 1881. with .,
1
interest of said ]Redmond on the :3d ami West: India Transit Railway to and from a mlarger
: Farley :3. 10 from Nassau I N.1'., on Weilnesdav : -
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to the 11I,11who would bo most likely to p. ; circle of regular readers than it had at
; as
of June 18TO( with all Fernandina, Gainesville: Cedar Key, and
day together equityof '
: for Nassau: N. P., on < oIll1': s 1 get \it should tho President l decide to carryout : redemption in and to the following described With Georgia mud Florida Inlal\ll'Steamboat with :steamers: !l for Tampa. Key West andHavana. any previous i period of its history: und .
of the .
i important' events: IIl'xt'l'lIr must: .
.t the suggestion David Davis Is spoken of premises, to-wit : CHI. from Savannah on Tuesday:: Wednesday '
1 the field of
land about At Chattahoochee, three times: weekly with steadily enlarge independentjournalism. 'j
1 in this connection. If David Davis could betaken A certain lot of being onc- Friday and :Sunday ; for Savannah: on ) : .
half mile from King's Ferry, being i in T.4 N., Tuesday: 'Friday and Sunday.With' the Peoples Line and Central Line Boats to f..
Try out of the Senate, it would be less one R :25; K., and conveyed in u deed from Ern- Charleston :Steamers (/?Jnhn't and and from (Columbus Enfaula, Fort Guincs; : A new administration will ho inaugurated ;

vote on the Democratic side This is where estine Albertie to FarleyV.. Redmond, and City I'lniit/ from Savannah; and Churlestun1Vellncsday : Apalachicola, and. other River Landings.itElegant :, new duties\ the occasions will create new political ,
commercial I and industrial
the lodicY of this'nationali/.ing I process would recorded October :!25th 1873, in Hook N, page4II and Sunday: ; for Savannah and .7:,: : Sleeping and Parlor Couches!I. ; great the .:'
i of Nassau County Record of Deeds, and Charleston Mondav[ and Friday.With Woodruff and Lucas Patent, rim daily bettyecn'I'ullahasac'e prosperity: l'oulltrl11It: stimulate .
would then have pl'Ogi'l'syamid 1 (thiilt ill 1111 sections und
come in. The Republicans\ and Jacksonville.rrrOuk'k ,
described as: follows : beginning at a gum :Steamer Finn daily to and from St.Mary's tlll'l'IIIII'IIl'\
without the vote of Vice-Presi Woodstock Creek and the line ( ', Mire connection perfect political power will be toward ''!
a majority: tree near on : [ Ga., and :semi-weekly to and fromSt. / ;
{ corruption' und despotism: us! it ever is
Charles Foster of hind owned by Adam Armstrong: and :safety. EIHLlt'LlET: ) ; ,
., dent Arthur. The names of Mary's[ !River: 1. mmlings.AT when the people' (' diverted the stein "
m
Master[ \
20-tf Transportation.arsapa !
running North 41 Ea: and others have also been mentioned in the I from thence in southwesterlydirection IIVLDWIN 1.\., .. .. criticism (authority by pence und plenty. '
connection. Hut theso speculations' in a pond ; a the With Trains Liar Live ( ) tk'l'tillahasseennd: ---- ------- The Time will be in the future, us it hats
same said
through pond, along cen alt points in Middle ami West Florida.! been in the past, absolutely lhdependent! of .
: ; are premature. It is generally believed thatthe tre ot'IL branch of fluil'otlll..tock, Creek,
4 political parties, but\ earnestly und
AT I.OTIII.ooSV: \ fearlessly
Woodstock (Creek and
President will not withdraw Mr. Robert. to a pine near one all and devoted to integrity mad patriotism in
chain from it to place of beginning, containing With Steamer Aljihn for points : our
k1' son's \ nor that Mr. Robertson has the thirty-two and ninety-one one hundredth landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Pen- statesmanship! and to the irccdnm and sanctity -

!: remotest: idea of requesting the President to acres, bcimj! part of the Nelson insular Railroad: Train. of the bahhi t. Dependent party organs! ,
will continue tl. bubble about party'men und
't t do such u thing. Conkling has not 'yet Grant in Nassau County' ; Florida t and de ATUVINKSVU.LK, FI.A., '
I po.rty: measures: ; to suppress l pervert or deny
.f 't made I' W. Line for llclIla1111 I
fll'rill'llm'cITIUng to a by With Stuso Tampa on
survey ) '
: \ brought; his case to a point where such a the truth whVn party interests demand it, -
and Saturday: from
; Oscar Koerner. Monday, Wednesday ;
und to lavish\ the
contingency i is necessary.FUXKKAL Also a certain 1 lot of land a beginning! at or Ocala umll'1'uutpa'Ttncs.hly, Friday :and :;UII- regulation praise ot'lheser-
\1\ vault to the master but tile
: intelligence
; growing
near the head of Wooc'stock': Creek, running day. of the .
age daily multiplies the readers
I
: EPISODES. along the course of said creek to lI1 stake on AT l'ltHU KEY, FL\., ot the \

: :!{ \ Sr. PErEHxiiuuo! RUSSIA: April 0, 1881. the line of land sold to Gus Underwood ; With Tumiia Steamship' Co.'s Line for nals: which independent best idled nctvspapcrtul(1 the rapidly-increasing\ \ tbejur-
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: from thence North 43 East 21 chains 50\ Tampa and Munutee Monday! and Thursday,
: "e To the Klilor of the Mirror : and independence of the )people\ wilt be the great
links to pine on the back line of the Nelson at 4 p. m., and for Key West Sunday American
ot
.,iSL ; r In: RII."II le" said the Marquis do Custine, : (Jrant ; from thence along said line of Thursday, at 0 p. m. The TVwMuimsto journals reach tlll't'lItUI'I'. the .

:J ,' eat nit Julys on Gtlc inuiule dwutetics re.t," Nelson Grant 17 chains 40( links, to a a pine ; With the United States and Havana Fast of the independent highest, standard
t { 'f: thence North SOL:a.ct. chains: 18 links to Mail Steamer Admiral t for Key West, Havana, \ newspaper.\ It feurles.ly ,
: 1. and although\ corporal. punishment of ull 14 'I'rtin.l'rl'T'I'm's : opposes l 'i corruption; and rings in ull ;
a pine : from thence North 41 last Cuba, on arrival Special: -
kind has long since been abolished by law chains 10 links to a stake in a creek ; from day afternoon, at 4.30) p. in. From Havana( parties: whether form in city t of, !-tntl'or nation. Itopposes

throughout;!; the Empire, it I is certain that thence along the route, of said 1 creek to the Cuba, and Key West every Saturday. Special domination every, whether imperial political
1 smitten said I Woodstock Creek ; from thence' along train to connect.With a represented hv an inihvidiial "
.b vast numbers of people were by the by u faction or by u parIIt!
onIM.SCS
for theSiuvunnce -
L: said Woodstock Creek to place of beginning: I"tl'l1l1ll'r:11117"11(, points on
t : hands of authority on the day- of translation being situated in T. 4 N, It. 2E.:., in Nassau l River, uu'l'Ittnrsdays at 0 u. in. :! scdionuliMii of the : North anti South\ us trleIll'nllII
Republic und it .
of the imperial remains. Hut these County, Fla.. and being part of the Nelson For information: respecting: routes:, rates, the demandpub.lie .
Is a compound of virtue of sarsaparil- tranquillity und the supremacy' of liberty
acts of physical coercion did not, as n rule, Grant; containing forty-six acres, more or etc., apply to la. htillinsia.: mandrake, 't'lIoIlock., with and; law 1 for every citizen of the Union
o. MAC-DONELL}( : [
A. ,
extend beyond a harmless punching of less. the iodide of potash and iron all imwerful The Timt will begin the New Year
C. I.. 1101HNSON, Gen'l 1 Ticket and 1'ass..lgcmt. l !ssl blood, anti nfe-sus-
-tnaking. -eleanslmg, rcngthcncd ill lilt of its already I
r' \ head":, One pasty-faced young gentleman.! 15-ftt Special Master.[ D MAXWELL.: Gen'l Supt. 21 taming Hemi-ntx. It Is tin- purest safest ibly strong departments.:' Itol.\l1l1al'4of: exception the11'air t
with muflln who, in .. -- ----- enVrtnal alterative medicine
in a sheepskin a cap, --- ----- --- --- and most will continued in the
the midst ofa dense struggling mob beneath roil SAM 1 LORI DA CENTRAL RAILROAD[ ) known or available to tho public.' Tim sciPUIVH rt-ith specially interesting extracts wt''kl'Ililion therefromin ,
I< of im-diein* and rliemlstry have lIen'rprmlnl'l'll
I 1 the window whence viewed the cortege, had DESIRAl1I.Jo: HOUSE: CONT.II\1NG JACKSONVILLE, Fn., March 11}. ISj!). so valuable a 1''lIIl'I1lIor one so 1551 the tll other this edition.and thecontributorsof: _

i been dragged;!; from off one of the cannon A five rooms with Closets, front Piazza\,, On and alter this date Trains: on this Road potent to rare all diseases! resulting; from wIll be from! important the most di-tiniruishcd feature! of the \paper

,' t i which formed a solid barrier of bronze between large Yard, Orange, Lemon and Hunana will run us follows\ : impure liood.! It cures :Scrofula and. ind eivtlans ot the North und South soldiers.
f Trees. Centrally located Good title, etc. DAY PASSENGER: EXCEPT: S(' II.\Y.) all scrofulous diseases ICryslpelas, large list contributors Its '
and in
the mob thern\llwayofthcNkh. this Hose, or Anthony's Fire, Pimples : this and in forign -
olas: bridge, was incautious enough m to strike For further particulars, inquire at 4-tf Leave Jacksonville S:30:: A, M. and 'uce-grul Pustules, Blotches, l' countries will be more than maintained
s ofllce. | Leave Baldwin ... 9:30: .\. it. Moils: Tumors, Tetter, Humors, its reliable news corrcsjiondence is, .
1 full in the breast o'f the geiulmne who had __ __ __ .__ _. unsurpassed -
0 Leave ake City ?.11:33: \. I. :Silt Rheum Scald-head, King-worm: by that of any other journal ut' tho l:
collared, him. It was all over, I thought, Stoves ami Tinware.IV. .. Leave Live Oak. 1:00: p. si. Ulcers :Sores, Uhf'umatlsmIt'r'urlal ountry) ; its various departments essential: )
with thatpasty-fueedyonnggenlleman. The ,- -- ------ ------ Arrive at Savannah 8:15: r. M. Disease, Neuralgia, Female Weaknesses .o a complete m-wsj-a r for the home and

5 wheelbarrow 1*. STRKKTY, Ix'ave Savannah... *::00 A. N. and Irregularities( Jaundice, family circle are constantly enlivened t
mines Siberia, or enchainment to a Leave Live 5:55 r. M. Atlections of the Liver, Dyspepsia.LlmacUtion ffrt'h.writers, and it will maintain the IK by?.

in the Caucasus must bo tho most Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, Leave Lake City 5:00: I'. )I. and General Debility X has won solely its merits Ui! ono*

Y 1g$ lenient doom that he could expect ; ho got Leave Uuldwin"... 7:05: r. si. By Us sear.-LIng! and cleansing: qualities: mast rl'liabie'11I1I1 complete ;uetvspa.
I
: off however with having his head thorough Arrive at Jacksonville 8:05: 1'. M. it purges out the foul l'orrul'tiun:4'hlda: Ill'J'oIof the world
MAIL AND EXrmiSS, (DULY.) contaminate the Llood! and cause derange TERMS: : DAILY-delivered by carriers for I
.y well punched by at least fifteen successive intut aud decay. It stimulates and enlivens tWt'ln'I''ntst week ; mail ,
5:30: suhseription, six
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and at last an agent of authority Leave Jacksonville. : M. the vital functions promotes t'lu r gendarmes, Leave White House.................... 0:15: 1'. M. strength, restores: and preserves: healthand age free year t'nm.H.or 1; cents a tuonth, sheet t
leaned down from his: saddle as the ()ITlOs-\ILle)
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life 1 the
Leave vigor
iuttisfs new !anti throughout twnd0llars a .
year ,
culprit was borne past him. and administered Leave Darby ville. 7:25: r. M. whole: system. No sufferer from any disMM four cents 1VEEKLY-l'ubltsim lastagefree;: i eV ill"le('(pi
to the pasty-facetl young man, with his Leave Sanderson...,..................... *:.U7 r. M. ;? which arises from impurity of the unlty mornin, two | even Sat
t rL Leave Olustee.-....*. 8:4.: : 1'. M. b'ood: need despair who will give A nn's: eoli: c *8 : dollars a year ; five
{ buckskin-covered hand several sting- 1 ( ; tena $15
l'UI'Il'S.
1 largo 4a Leave )tt. Carrie... O.Ui: p. M. SAK-APAKILLA a fair trial. $-: ). .\ extra ( ; twenty COt'il'S11
Ing boxes on tho ear, which, for a momentat Arrive Lake 9:30:: P. M. It is folly to experiment with the numerous uf c'Iuh.llJrt'bS. "I'Y entfreetlltimegetlerup

least must have stimulated the circulation rr ". a IjT-ave Live Oak.... :2:15: A, M, Iow-pnull mixtures cheap materials \ ,

of the of the Arrive Tallahassee...................... 7:00: \. M. and without nirdiriiul virtues, offered: ai TIn: TIMF
cheek
in the pallid wearer lL Arrive Albany I ...10:...) ... M. b'ood-puritiers while disease becomes morn -- _. -. ._ __ 1'hiladelplna.I }'a. { -

r muffin( cap. But chastisement went no Arrive Savannah......................... I'M': A. u. rtruily seated. AYit'" S\K
further, I thought ut least that they would I.cuvelatvamnah .r. 4:3O:: p. M.Uave ineilicuirt of MU'h concentrated ciirativuK
I; him in ;' but no. the fifteen Albany ... 4(101': ) M. |K>\ that it is Ly fur; lie best cheaivst, : NEW YORK
;
tt have "run Leave Tallahassee.' ..... 5-&.; 1'. M. rod most reliah! Kootl-purilU-r: known f' OBSERVER
F grndtrniet dismissed him with a fearful Leave Live O.ik....:. 2:15: A. si. phvkician.s know its ronni: ition. mud I'rt"j' THIS YE All.
shower of clouts and cuffs, and sent him flying STOVES: IIBATGR3. RANGERS. Leave Lake City .- :S'II:: ) \. )(. scrub.it.. It luis lawn widely used for

F the midst of a mass of moujiks. I TIN AND SAIL"'-IIiON WARE. l.caIt.. Carrie. 4I: ,\. M. c.earand has won the munialitied} rontUileine I TIll LARGEST D Rf.'ST
into lIC( millions( wlum it has lieiiefited, F.HllLY
I : him about half an hour afterwards lA>aveOlu"tiv.... 40.M.: I'.H'I: IX TII1 I1'011LU
can 'lit sight of ROOFING AND) GUTTERING: Leave: :Sanderson............ 5:20:: A. M. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co..
carefully, climbing up one of the PUMPs; DRIVEN WELI-S;, ETC: l eavc Darhyville..M............ r;55 A, >i, $'ir' Send\ for Santo p Copy-1'rtc.-ft

.11 street telegraph posts from which exhalted A large stock of Sinves' on hand. Give me Least U litlly in.,.....,,...,....,...,....... Ii:"" %, si.IAUVO 1'iuitU-aI ami n"h1l'al ClieiuUU, -
[ White Utl1'1:: disturbing tho insulation "call and mv prices with those ut YOHK
of
risk .1 ( comjure OU."t.'I'\'J
attitude' at a 'watched the passage of other houses, here or elsewhere. Arrive, Jad ,>ou\"m\o.\: .,..;....,,*,,,..*.. 1'50; A, M, bow llV ....... Y-4 1.I11ToI: : lnB\WUEUo: l.4. 37 I'urk UO\\ ,
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AGUICULTIJRf FM oils large cMablishmentsdcvotedcxcInsively SEW: PRODUCT FOR: ;' W- SOU7'1-i;: 1S80. 1SSL

to canning/ green (corn Kverything: con ('ci. )tf. 11. Hillvard. of the Mobile it Ohio .
BERT METHOD or PRKSKIIVIXU POSTS.In lU'cted with I I the business! is very si in pie. The llidlroad i is creating u good thai of interest
ferring to the well-known! methods of preserving corn i planted expressly for this purpose, along the line of his road in the raising of
posts anil poles which tire partly: im and when it is in condition to can, it is castor: beans. The managers: of t the oil mill
bedded the earth, by charring: and coating stripped- of its husks, after which it is t thor at Columbus: are interesting themselves in
with tar, the Sdrntljic American, says these uuhlWiPl'11: I to remove t the silks. It t is then the !same movement. Until h'1''nt1tho THE .
methods are only elleetivc i when I fioth I i areapplied. passed along another set of hands, who. chief use: of: the castor oil was, for medicinal '"
::Should the ,poles only be charred, with knives made for this purpose" cut off I purpose! !:!, but its uses are multiplying, and .
without the subsequent! treatment with tar the kernel from the cob. This work isdone it i is now used extensively for lubricating \
the charred formation on the !surface woul.iolll over a large wooden )hopper, there being large i lasses of machinery i I for mixing I with
net us an alnorberof: the moisture, and, JtI'III'ral1jiJllr hands at work at one machine other oils, for burning purposes, as an excellent
if anything, hasten the decay. Uy applying :and ,the corn is allowed to drop oil for the hair and in mixing with .
ncoatol tar, according to the !same authority through into a tub. When this is full it is paints. At the West any soil that will produce '
the tar would! only form :II casing about, taken to another room where it i is: weighed wheat and corn recommended fur the
the wood I, nor could I it penetrate to the I out in! small I 'quantities each amount just castor b an. Considerable! !1 is laid on ;
,4 depths which the absorbing! / properties of the sulHcient to fill a can, the corn bjing forced the soil being dry and putting' (the land in FLORIDA MIRROR
charcoal surface would I ill! ('all by means powerful automatic 0IItl1'olltiition. "It is !said! itt us good condition
i is exposed to the action ill''titer or let I into press, which\ operates very rapidly.The as fur other crops. This means more
the ground should first: be charred and then, cans are then taken to the soldering than t the usual: wav i in the South of treating
before it hall'ntire1cooll'd' he treated with room, where each is carefully wi\I'IllIlItl\ the IlIlItll'lIt in corn. S'o man should put in the
tar until the vood i is thoroughly impregnated t top soldered on, a small I hole being made: in castor bean without ploughing his land, and ,
says the journal I in question'- The acetic the c vcr to allow the escape! of air. The if he harrows it \\'1.1nil\ the better.
acids and oils I: contained in the tar are evaporated next step\ i is t the cooking; which i is done bv After a good! preparation of the, soil, the .,
by the heat, and 0111the resin left placing the cans in wlltllh'n'at!', filled with ground! is laid ofF in rows five or six feet .
behind, which penetrates th'e pores of t the water and kept at the boiling \point bv steam apart each way except that, bd"I"11'l't\. "
wood and i forms an air-tight and! waterproofenvelope. hl'at.fter being cooked awhile, fie cans sixth and :seventh row, a distance of about
It is I important to impregnate t the are taken out, t the air holes newly opened\ eight! feet one way is left to admit a horse
'l>oxts: a little above the line of exposure i for and I they are subjected to a t thorough shaking and! wagon or !slide (to pass to take the beans ==s1v[ = \
here it is t that the action of decay all'ects the to force out the air, which operation i is when gat hiereil. I Hot water below, I the boiling ,< ,
wood( first and where the break always occurs most illlporiallt.ftl'rthi..thl' corn is againcookeil \point should be poured over (the seed, ";
: when removed from the earth or the cans sealed airtight I and they and they should remain in this water t twen ,
6t rained. in testing. are t'u-n n'a,1fllr' IIHlrkl't.11 articles are ty-four hours before being &planted. One application
SM\I.I. FAUMS.-The French \people have t treated I in a similar manner, with the exception i is: siithVient, ; unless! :so treated. the ,
more fl'atlca, ?h in individual. possession t of preparing them for t the cooking pro !'1'I'llnrl' three or four weeks germination,
than any other nation in the world. It i is t'I'a.,1, when finished they are practically and this: may, in an unpropitioits season be 1
not the wealth of a nation that makes: the I imperishable, as thl'will" I keep for years inany a serious drawback.Some \ _
)people rich, but it i is the gl'neralllill'lI'ioll of 1.1i matt.1' .. puint in each hill cnc-half of those m
wealth. This i is: the case in France. The \\" u:>c a great deal of 1'\\lIll'ell'orn: \ in the seed which have had. hot \\atcr poured on w t- \\ 'iL : $. L
}French are! the nation of small, I farmers. :South, but we don't prepare it. WhIt them, and one-half of those which) have not, I; dt1 (
\ There arc more land-owners in that country seems to us! that Texas, where corn can: be so that i if I a very late frost or t the cut-worms: si 1
(than America. The farms are small ; the' grown with I i such I extraordinary, ought; destroy the first that come 11 l', a stand: may Jt b F
ijority are under, twenty acres, and a very to take a hint from the foregoing. -MubilrJtrylstt be had (from the others which will come up ; 8 .

large number are under ten. It mav not he 'r. _ _ _ a week or two later. ( !ood, ::0>sound plump ot
that this: is not the only reason for the mon seed. should be !selected. for planting. ligh lIt I'
e '-wl'alth of the people ; they are notably Tin::; rnoFrrs or ()O l'l'I'y MA\U- or ten seed should be dropped in each hill
economical and! thrifty. Hut th'e small farm's t)1'lU:; A r Tin: SOUTH. lint one. or at most two plants; are left in 8JOB In
have something to, do; with it. The farmers each hill. The seed should be planted as h
in !some of the eastern: counties in Pennsylvania I- ONE OF TIIK ..U'H'1I1'I'TotU:' soon as all danger of frost iol: O\'l'r. as t the j
where the farms comparatively" planthcn is as (tender us t the common .. :
: are Mr.( W. C. :;ihll' read I his: annual l'I'I"II.t.Tile \oung CIW
small could. well compete with t the French report sliovs: 'that the profits received bean. The cut-worm i is t the great enemy :: '.
I in t their possession (If money, w'alth.IIIIIIt I : for the year ISO were ;$!: every farmer has his surplus: invested.: These from t tins taxes and village repaiis, raising cut-worm i" why the precaution should .
11111 have a habit of feeding cattle or a (lock overfall I and repairs on dam new boiler interest be taken to plant two sorts: of seed, the ; dm1
0 of sheep every winter. They sell littlegrain and exchange, leaves the net earnings! soaked and (the dry. Ueplantingcan be done, iIIL
but wheat, and feed their 1 fodder; and coarsegrain : for ISM), $1 Hii.VI.il: ; ; less amount paid for;, as the South has a longer season than Kansas Z Is
to I their stock. '1'111'lIIakl'' more profitto completion of church i, t'tc., hrives ;?I iItiU.! ; ; but, as the seed ripen until killed by
the head of stock than is made upon largegrazing From which semi-annual dividends! heavy frosts, t the I later the crop starts I theshort'cr q- -- -,
; farms and their land is rich ami were paid amounting" to $I HlHto.' it i t is. .\ half bushel of -I'I'.1. will plant J. .'

high-priced; because: of the large quantity t of After charging all bad and doubtful debtsto eight or I ten acres. '-----k- ._ --. ,
manure that i is made I in fl'ctillgolllck.- The profit and loss: there ii left to credit of The yield, of course, will depend\ upon the .
consumption of meat is continually i increasing that amount after paying the dividends! : seasons, culture bestowed on crop time J
and with the extension of manufactures $1i3.OJ.UJ.! : planted( care exercised in gathering, and
there arc more mouths to fill l'verv'l'ar, so The production! of the mill I i for ripening t the seed. From 1.5:> to 2't bushels! Mnn .
that it is not probable the supply: can: 1.1'1'I the year ISM! was litJ.fi'Wpieces : : 1I\'ra yield at the West per acre ; it : (
become excessive-MurhvUle Iliitlctin.Fit of cloth 2lM7l>ll Ibs., will there "pay: better than corn, potatoes, ,
(Iir'iU yds. wheat barley: oats, or almost any other
Ul T 1*1'U Jl'/W1'S.: : Average or number of looms running farm produce. ::::::BOO i .A.N"D==

Two weeks ago the prospects for a large 32)Average :!! One important fact in connection with the
will of cloth loom culture\ 011111't h castor bean is I that it is one of ,
peach crop was as good as: WI''er.'la yards per
; : the most: fcrtili/.ing crops:! raised.! In this: respect
this country. The trees were literally covered : per 63i9-looyds. .!
it even clover. :Many farmers >
with blossoms, which soon after were Average number of spindles- : surpasses i
converted into small peaches many now running........ ..................... JO.SSO say for fcrtili/.ing purposes crop raised "
marbles but the number of of upon land i is! worth several dollars per acre .J
being as large as! ; frequent Average ounces '
frosts which we have had during the past ten yarn per Ioopintlll'per day..... 10 :1S-100!!) to the land, on account of the additional fertility ,,
days, with ice an eighth of an inch thick in Average number hands employed gained by it.-The South.HOUSVIIOLIt .

._.80lIIe localities on the -llllI"'t., has doubtless 323: I
'injured the crop to a certain extentVe The cotton consumed I in the IN() WLKIWK. i
have closely examined the t trees. expecting year 1880:!/ was .r).ti; CAUltH for dinner
to find the young IW yet none have done so.'e are told by persons j l>,ON2: ,!)oS Ibs.: put a cabbage in the pot- about two hours \,
I before the meat will I I hl'l'Ollkl"l. first I
cutting
of n US-NX
of large experience and close observation Average cost cotton was r:
the cabbage !so that the pieces will fill a four- ,
that later 1 in the the immature I,
!season
III concluding his: report Mr.( Siblcy !says : uiue'tsiire.Vhitit boiled soil draw olf
fruit is likely to fall I I in great. <|jti.i ut ities, on The suit referred to in 211\' last IIlIlIual'tl'- quart : : and ,
all the to taste.
liquor' chop, season
account of the injury the cold: inflicted. We I ,
port, brought by Lyons and others, heirs of Cabbage }\l'all."
hope however, that as t the season has been John Marsh( : I am happy to report was dismissed : -
co/dlhro"J//fIllf. and I the change: of temperature at the last: term ;of. the court. ItvKiMi J'l iwuiiuu.-: excellent bakingpowder ,:..
,
was not \ ('treat, that t the crop had The church which was authorized by may be made by the following
your
, become innured to the cold, and will\ pass liberality to be built at the expense of the recipe : Thoroughly dry and pnlvcil/.e' separately "
the ordeal without loss. company, has been completed and, dedicated four ounces tartaric acid, six ounces Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, ,
The orange crop promises to be a failure to the worship. of Almighty \ ill Louisiana! this'l'ur., and presume: the t thus far blessed: t this comj"illv. and I trust together and sift I'vclllilllC'!! through; a linesieve.
same will be the casein Florida as the cold I that the church will I redound to His glory Put I in tin cans t lightly: covered! and I f,
greatly injured the extrcmitiesofthebraiich- and the spiritual good of the people of this: keep I in a dry place.j ,
cs, anil the trees will have as much as they vicinity.Inclosing.i i CHINA AMI i (J t.us t'1m.n.-1: : u one pint of
-can do to again clothe themselves in their ; .1 I return I thanks! to our superintendent milk add one! pint \incgar : III'parah'lhl' ,
mantle of green of which thWl'rc completely and I the overseers: and ciii ihi,yt's of curds. from the whey :and mix (tlll'whwirh .'
; denuded by the cold.! 'We are sorry the company fur the faithful manner Jn the whites of live eggs; ; beat it well together, ,.' '
to I find that a great many: of the younger which they have discharged their respective !sifting into it a sufllcieiit quantity of quicklime -
trees! were tilled eii'irely, and we must conclude Uitits, and remain to convert it into a thick paste.I Broken FERNANDINA FLOUIDA.
that very few portions of Louisiana, Yours faithfully, china i or glass mended with this cementyill I .
adapted to orange culture I t and that i is: where WM. C'. 4I it iiv. President. not again separate, and will resist the action
the trees have protection by water.-Luulslami of lire and water.-Aimf A COOK ('AIUIIOK.-Cut the cabbage fine
Sit/ir-Jou'l, April 7.
1IIN'Is ON ar Altai Kit LIM\. as: for cold slaw\ put it in a stew-pan with
The statement as to the orangecrop would I Much has been said and written about cold water and a little salt. Cover it closely
seem to indicate that Florida will have to poorly ''ili mile Iii'' linen. One will I tell us: to and cook till nearly tum'. Then pour oif
V furnish) all the orange crop raised! at the use lioiled starch, another will say use it I the water, pour on milk I i or cream add butter ., ..- ---..
South this The will not be diminished cold and another says: she cannot get the ami! pepper and cook till I I thoroughly
year. crop linen it enough tu suit her IIII'll folks with- done. Tins makes a delicious! dish.
as the trees were not denuded! of out first using the starch when boiled ami ( leiui' AND Wnooi'i.vu COUGH.W. V. I K.: JJ
their leaves except in a small portion of the then (:()hI. I think the fault in most cases writes : "We have found great: relief in these: ,
State in localities where the orange grovesare is not in t the starching hut III the I Irllllill)!. two troubles of childhood in the following .
fewer in number.CULTIVATION. Linen will not look nice-ironed with a rough. remedy ; 'Take t two parts best sweet lion's
dirty iron no matter in what way it is lard I and six parts \pith\'l'ril.\'cl sugar or molasses added TYPE
Having NKW AND NKW IMIKSSKS to our ofllce, and having
OF STRAll'IiMilt !starched. It is the soiled look l'au'41'lllv dirty : mix t luroll llIy. For l'rullp'l! a .
irons, and not a lack of stillness, t that teaspoonful every fifteen minutes till relief
IKS. most men complain of. I do ,pity the man is iibtai ticil. I It i is very i important/ in croup SKILLED WOItKMKX: who know how to use the same, we are now
Columbus Hinjulrtr : Nine out of ten persons whose: linen comes from the ironing-board cases to begin in (time. Children who have
I who cultivate strawberries* allow the looking only lit for the wash. To prevent the whooping cough; will fly to the cup of prepared tl) do any and every kind of !printing.
t runners to grow for the purpose of getting this willed appearance it is not necessary to medicine when a paroxysm comes on. and
plants the following- This is wrong have lI irk 1 plated or any other improved; soon become fond of it, and will dose themselves .
If plants are desired they should be taken llatirons ; the old-fashioned irons! will do if it is: left in their reach.HrAUcii. .
' from a patch selected for that purpose.! It well enough; if kept smooth and clean. They .-Pour into boiling I water in a
is impossible to get first-class: fruit from I should bo kept in a dry place to prevent bright tin i vessel enough dissolved! I starch to
vi lei: that have produced runners, as the ef- rust and should never remain on the stove make a thick paste. Into this put for every
! f.>rt at double )production (plants 111\11 berries) unless in use. I have noticed those who keep quart of starch a bit of white wax and of
l weakens the vine ami prevents it from producing them on the stove from one. ironing day to spermaceti! the size of a navy bean Hoi I two
< ( von'tllootruwherril'sllll' should be kept i milled! linen. When they are sotto from the last: rinsing water rub thisttarch;
free from runners not even allowing them to cool always set on the end, is they gather w'lIlntll the bosoms and wrilthullcI:4.'hl'lI: FROM A 500-PAGE BOOI( TO A VISITING CARD,
get away from the parent at the start. This moisture if set on the face. In using cold the shirts are dry dip the starched j'ortif>nsin
1- can be done by having a piece of stove pipe !starch do not have the waler very thick I a thin solution of cold 1 starch and fold
fixed to a stick for a handle I to use for a cut with starch wet the linen, then place it ter. Place the pipe over the plant and press: the ironing hoard and rub with a dry cloth. two iron In the usual: way. after rubbing! off
down u ton it. This cuts on" the rLlIIne This will remove the particle* of starch that all superficial starch from thl' Ionrrat. Then
When t the runners have all been cut follow would stick to the Iron. and does not take lay the bosoms on a board with a bit of muslin
with the hoe and clear them away. When the starch: from the linen us rinsing. ; it wou 1tI.I over it, dampen them -lightly; by passing
the plants blossom all the blossoms should find nn trouble in doing up starched a wet cloth over (hem and polish with a polishing
"be cut off except a few for the forward ones clothes in a nice manner since I have tried iron. This, may be purchased! 1 at any ,
\
on but each trial\ plant. show This looks like destruction will this way. _________________________ house-furnishing! tt'ire' for .7-1 cents or AM tttutlf uud UN C'hcup UN uiiy Olllrc In Florida.JUT .
a will that such treatment $1. Try the iron on an old shirt or piece of
give larger berries, of better flavor, and easier VALUK 01' COltX FOlHtKlt. line'i till you learn how. Practice makesTTT7T
to pick. The crop though lacking in One hundred arid twenty-three jMiundsofthe Ilf'rf.t.
numbers, will in bulk as well as be the .
compensate corn f.xlder must given to supply -- -- -- -
realizing the highest price in market. \s I same nutriment as one hundred |>ouiidof\ "O YOUIISKLVF.S: : by making
soon as the crop is removed, weed the plants hay would contain. This: may be considered lJ.li : again, and sprinkle! around each one, under as a fair approximate statement of the relative chance is uttered, thereby always keeping ".
the leaves some well-rotted manure. and in value of the two fodders, based 1 on their I jiovertv from your door. Those who alwtnit "' -, '--- -;", .
the fall let them be mulched. On removing chemical eoni|>o!>iUon ; as to statements of take advantage of the f'"xl chances for making : ': : +
ihe mulch early in the spring give each relative value based on experiment| or experience. : money that are oilVred generally become -
-( plant a sprinkle, but this time of a mixtureof they are exceedingly scarce. while wealthy while th<..e who .1.) not improve ; >" .
C'lIall'arts superphosphate, sulphate of there i* an abundance of testimony to the suds chances remain in poverty.Ve want .
p,)tash (double quantity) of unleached hardwood effect that corn fodder is very valuable for many men, women boys and girls to work
a hes may be substituted) guano and winter feeding. for us right in their own localities. The
plaster. Uy thus giving them good care anti bullies! will pay more than ten times ordinary Don't tend your orders (or HUNTING HINDIKQ and RULING to offlwi outside -
cultivation, they will pay as well if not bet ABOUT two years ago pine straw, or leaves, \Va.;(,.. We furnish an expensive outfit
ter than any of the small\ fruits,' but if neglected became an article of trade in the VjhiuiiiitOil ;:- and all that you need, free. No one who the State. Orders (or either! will receive prompt attention from us. Address
they occasion a loss X. C.. market. and The Snutk says it U I engages tails to make money very rapidly.
now impossible to supply the HOW C0lt\ IS CAXXElt.The "Shipped North it undergoes certain preparations. work or only your spare| moments. For. PLOIUD.llnnOn.,
i is then used! for mattresses information u'nd all that U needed lllcut free
lioston Cull &'/lol' tells\ : 111 that there <<. and stufliug -
.are now. in the New England state, numer and forother purposes." AdJre STINSO* A Co., Portland. Maine. C I uct9 FcjtNAXDisu>> F...

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f THE FLORIDA MIRROR ciao who ordered the discoj! \!l,nuance: ": (could IlX.t""I"\.tHS GALA DAY! II11fer getting half way up the pole come RULES AND KK tUATIOXS

not have known, it seems! to us, how the -- ) a streak liglitning. relation taQuatm111neudopl-

t :' : "j"jiits. change would work. This Is a matter of XATUHK \VOIH" THE orc.\stox-THB NEW Roth A mule race created, much: laughter, the .< e S.00 A YKAll; $1.00 WR81X great interest to all and we are idml to learn -ITS CONDITIONSCENT.nY: AI O/ll: TUB animals quitti.ig;: tlu> track and stampeding \ County.
I UOUTE-now KEXAXMXA HECEtVnt the! line II' s A stubborn donkey
that the at Jacksonville has 1'l'catol. SECTION 1. time quarantine season,
postmaster
represented HER threw his ric ; During
Local Itejlccttons ) : tlCI:'ITI, ETC. times, and displayed to
It shall be the dlltof the pilots l'Oldle
to the the Inconvenience
all
department .TA'I\!!()\"'r.J.t:. April ",--To the gratificama of the asinine qualities to great advantage. to the grounds all \4'I.!

The contractors arc busily! at work on the of this change, and we trust it will beat tion of mill yesterday's, rose up\ beau lug in quarantine of Fernandina. except tho

jetties to protect Port Clinch once corrected tifully clraramid: \bright morning. .\tal'arly sack 1'1irec-legged races, wheelbarrow races, lines: of coastwise: "h'III'n.: and bring to nn
an bourns races, potato-picking; rope- all suchvcsscls
: eight o'clock crowds
--- --- -- -- began to latcll'8. such quarantine grounds
char at
The '
Peninsular Iload is
now within few etc., etc, '
n assemble! (' at the of the amuse- such the
Married.The depot Fernandina: : & Iulillg. there to remain fur tilc ns
,
miles of Ocala and will rcnch there before Jacksonville; Ilailrond, all bent upon\ a day were greatly appreciated. Port Physician shall! designate! and the said
I the close! of the month. Covington (Ky.) Uommnnwmlth no. of enjoyment \pleasure., : Ere long t th'uartillery At.r> p. II. i grand dress parade ofthl'lil-( pilots !shall notify the Port
tices the marriage; of llev. Mr. Atkins, pas. onlllllfl1Itr,' companies thccity', itary took place. Five companies, constituting \ 1lIllcllal.h'( national ensign i at
The fishing: is petting good in the harbor. Physician by lying
; turof the :\t. E. Church In this: city, as follows each preceded l hn band l of music, male: ; a batalioll, preceded by the CIll.t, the: foremast-head: of/ the arrival of wild vessels -
f A guest of the Egmont pulled in 'it foity : their appearance\ \ :nnd In a few minutes time Kui-cka 111 IIIIII bands of thlc city, and the ; pilots!shall hand the mas-
pound bass the other train started. : lirst class\ marched out and were reviewed Call said vessel '
t lay Fight : coaches, four l'01111 ter. or : ; charge of acopy
On-yesterday afternoon at 4, o'cl ick, Dr. of them lilll'el I by that noble old veteran, Hl'l'rl 1I'I''on hI'II.t .
11l'w to their
A 'ru !'! capacity of rules !
severe snnw storm regulations.
prevailed
through. Charles! Taylor married nt his resilience( on W. W. Loring.;
out the Northwest on the 12th, and railroad the corner of Eleventh and Scott streets!!, the ( About, many six persons hundred maklngthetripstandmir. left; t t \ I- The line was composed of the Gainesville Sir.: 2. All vessels quarantined! under at said the
the first
! train were again blockaded.A Rev. James Atkins, of Fernandina, Fin., to train. on !! Guards, Lieutenant Carlisle; ; Jacksonville' protoons{ those; communication with
without
fair will be held during nil of next \lrsSarah C. Goldsby: of Selma. Ala. The Fora track )just finished. the rla(1: -bed iswonderfully Light luf'mutry, Captain'ouug ; FeraleliIU1 theshorc quarantine; or with person: or persons whatever .
bride I is beautiful daughter of the
I. n ( Sunny ( Nassau
; 11I1lltn' ;
{ week In !linn and solid, and many weretliecxpressinnanf lilt 'uptail Yllcl' or with any other boats: or vessels of anydescription
4 Hlhernia Hall, in aid of the; building South, and was elegantly attired in handsome Captain Jetl'r'vs;, amid the first
satisfaction the what'evcr I -
over elegant unless by speiialpcrulissine I I :
r fund of the Convent of the Sisters of mnroon-colorcd brocaded; satin, with n accommodations\ and smoothness of Florida Artillery. L'uptallil"OI, ( ttpttin'nllllgit't'ra4cnnroandcrwith } and no
hat, to match. The left- for their \ I the lolt'hnidal; person
happy pair J Lieutenant ot .
! St. JOlC'ph.f' tliunew route. TIIl'rl''a but little visit
diM or
!!, !
11 new homo in the I/mm of Flowers! by the and 1 the Ialll: adjutant.. After the inspection by hind( oohal
, The bar contractors have erected some Cincinnati Southern last! evening. trip was pleasant nll new road troops
through timbcn-i authority
pastes a thinly vessel unless by special
buildings\ on Cumberland Wand and bet'mretime stand after the
we region, and presents but little scenery and grand uii. from the Port Physician. '
learn, arc making preparations to go on with The Situation of Affairs.We few objects of interest Over Trout Creek usual IIi.'l're Cll
the work. were about correcting the statementin and Nassau the trestle; work done is: firm and in 11.1 much' 110.lidl'lcy Physician I to visit all vessels! arriving; in

I I General M. W. rare, a distinguished citi- the Union below, when we found the correction substantial.!; Along the line jest opene-l A splendid military tactics.of I fireworks occurred the; harbor of Fernandina as! .001 ns
there are very few cuts or embankments. cxlihitill lifter such Irrl\'al I is; reported' to him
possible
zen of South Carolina and a brother of Or.I published, which! we appen:1. NV'e and these of an unimportant character. ut 8 p. II. and lights Wl'r' ,1) the pilots;, ns provided, in !ecliol 1 I. and

I i' 8. Y. Gary of Ocala, died a few days since need only say that the city government npp From Jacksonville/ to Ilart's[ Road, where and also the displayed bark from the Vessels: in thestream decorated inspect}, !said vessels, and if in I got id sanitary

I quite suddenly. tinted by the governor arc the dcJiI,to :\ovcrnment the new road enters" the main track, the distance with .strings Imoijcitc of was Ul'UlllfulI' Two condition I he .shall givencertificatcofhcnlth( ,

r Excursions are the order of the day duly organized in su.h11,1 exercising I is twenty-one miles.I This was accomplished exhibition "ipl'Ithe illuminated waterfall and uII'them IOlrO'C.1. on thl.lr'o'a t',
in an hour, and the remaining: but said vessels! in afoul
. through Georgia and Alabama into Florida.! ; its powers: : twelve miles in thirty minutes. When the and the jeweled cross-were greatly admired, unsanitary condition; lie shall order

f We arc glad to have our neighbors visit the On Monday the attorneys on both sides rua(1-bcd is properly/ located, aunt the earth while, cannonading the Uengola i balloons lights, ,parm'I'lIh'' !!, rockets ( the said o vessel 1 or vessels intot1uarantinetuutil

Peninsula State. held a conference: nt Fernandina and it was beCnllle94ettl(41, it is confidently expected er ; handsome.: I\Hllow- thoroughly; cleaned: 1 and liimigated and (
I a in order to prevent further trouble, that the run between the two cities will bt pots were very put in good after which
: The Circuit Court for Nassau will rl'edl Then came at Hall, saniar\COlltiol.
county UI Ie otllcers regularly elected should reduced an hour. where tie bal 1\111 he !shall ( 'l'rliticat of
.
1"N" sit next wct'k.Vc presume net inn in some hold possession!: of the city government. It There is no doubt that this enterprise; will the as chivalry"a l'olr assembled( beautyand and; health i and! allow her to proceed to

I r', shape will come up before it relative to the is understood that the officers appointed by be of great advantage: to both (communities where as is always the were ."bright tination, through or within the limits of the
the to vivid action and will bring them into closer social and case eyes in such cases as
governor are bring a *' port of except
city spoke love to that and JI'rIIIHIIlU.
again
l government.The those in ulltlhlrltfelr the business relations. There is for eyes spoke sections 4 of these
hgninst now 1 purpose no necessity 'the are rn 0111 :
lamps shone o'er (iirw anlchtuolbraveteen
. steamer Plant took down a number of ( of testing the validity of the net, land itH jealousy on the part of either, and e\'ery exhibition ," as thl'ha'e done from time hum ae- regulations.SEC. .

gentlemen on Tuesday to examine the entrance further understood, that those in possession of such a spirit should be rebuked. morial. It and nothing 4. Al'cIHI! from ports where contagious
a
do all\ in It was the original of the builders of W.II joyous!oC'IIoolol disease the
of Cumberland Sound and the are to their power to facilitate policy : occurred 1 t'xiltcllllt
to the
I
proposed the bringing; of (lie issue! to hearing;: and the present Transit! Knilroad\ to curry tin the harsh lila' of I'lcrl the happinessexcept ) locomotive time of departure. of said vessels: or from

I improvements.The waving all rights nsto the time for pleading line through Jacksonville on its way south at 1 a. m., betokening impatient that the Key West, Fla., or ports in the West. Indies,
I weather. becamequitcstormy on Wednesday on the motion. Under this: arrangement nu ward. Circumstances that time caused a hour of had arrived.In or'that shall have sickness of 1 contagious -

night; anti Thursday was quite cool, further trouble isapprchendcd.-Union, April; change of the \proposed< line, and now lit an I closing!departure; this imperfect !sketch, I would or infectious character on hnlllpontht'lr /
13. interval of quarter: of a century, the wisdom arrival, or that shall not have
ll'an'hi
with northwest : deserved t to t tho various
wind with indications of pay a compliment t
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., April l.'l.To : of the incorporators hat beeii justified.Fcriinndinn I I. committees: for the admirable manner III of health from the l port. from
another blizzard the West. the Editor of the Union : presented a gay and lively appearance which their duties; were No accident : lltll'el. in accordance with the form pre

t I The fruit crop is killed oil through the My attei.t'.un: has been called to a local n.s.we drew in sight; of the Island: of any character pl'rflrllll'ci, ( the National Board of Health,
item headed "1'crmmidinasladcbtdness: ," VltI"la;; and streamers decorated every Ol'l'lIfed IIlellolhil' !shall be Illaraltillcllllllillluurultilll' is decl.ired -
) states of North and South Carolina, Georgia ; was omitted to add to thc comfort and
; in your issue of this IIlOrnlll It abounds: prominent building, while the shipping iii of the visitors. removed by nOlIl) 1'nlh of
and Alabama: especially! the peach ; and the made ,) of \ enjoyment .
in inaccuracies. port a gorgeous display\ minting.Conspicuous Other incidents will bo mentioned in another n. :all'ollh'
LeConte pear is said to be injured. There is no agreement between counsil \ among these were the I 1-.1IIIo.h; letter. hi". B.. ; A'Jtjccurstoti Srx\ : All vessels! from infected ports except -
The second quarterly meeting for Fernan- that the officers "regularly elected slmulit bark Jutuicuoand. the rev'euuccntter Jloittwell / I 8m'lllll / as provided in section -I I, shall be quar-
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t hold possession) of the city government ;i" who. o Ileellratiollwefl': of an elaborate anf'ncd' f.r a length h of time I that shall, when
linn station Methodist\ to the Ancient
i t Episcopal Church, there is no understanding; "that the officers character. A salute from the Nassau! Light; City. added to the time! such vee: Ihal hive beenat
South will ha: on the 17th anti 18th inst. appointed by the Governor; are to bring; a Artillery thundered out a deep\ -tuned' welcome An excursion train will leave to-morrow sea )make the timo iti'tccn ( ) days, then \

Huv. C. Fulwood, presiding. ; elder. civil action against! those; now in authority." while the steamers and, mills almost! at 10::i) a, m. for Jacksonville, connectingth such vessel! I Ihal!be tlorlll.hl.fll'lIi at'II,

\Vu understand that the shipment of vcgdables AVe represent the otlleers: appointed[ by the burst their whistles in trying; to outdo the .MV with St. Johns river t'allll' for St. cleaned; and put in ( !oolllar'OlH1
Governor) and we insist; :and have always huw itzers. 11"1. receive a certificate fml
over the Transit Road will be quite .\ hIII1I- followed the Augustine idt the St. Johns Railway Fare nlt and then and not until
insisted! that these; ollicers are the only ones; general : ruoi\llIg! \ as: the Physician,
as large the present year ns it was Inst, notwithstanding who now "hold I possession of the city government \party Puuredont of the ears ; and old! friends for the round\ trip, $i. Tickets good until then !shall such vessel be at lill'rt.to proceed -

t ; the injury done by the cold. ," and that they! are the only persons and new acquaintances indulged in miituilcongratulations Tuesday, April llh.! Tickets!! on sale at the to her .h''tltIIOI! throu.ili: or whhll ,
now in authority." In all our conferences ; t i overt I Ill'auspicious occasion.Fernandina the limits of the port <> Fcnuimlina, and) if
\ The: p ilitical cases in the United States with the counsel on ihe other side, ; : was evidently hl'lItllioll play depot _________________ :any quarantined vrs-il; I shall hlllllollllllli.

.3 l 11 District C urt at Jacksonville from Jefferson( we never tor once admitted, even by implication ing the Part of host to the extent. ot 1 her The Weather. (cation with any other fllarllulll.tl, \I! ,

3 county. wo learn, have gone over to the that any others than the npp.iintc.esof abilities;, and the welcome extended by her LOOM* on- .: \'. rioxs. tlion such vessel !htlll' quarantined for fifteen
the Governor held possession' or are in au generous citizens was: cordial and goncrou1. days :" addition mall otherlines
z December term, and all others will ,
probably thority. That the o overnor'saipp )miteos are Our artillery boys, were soon. captured by l'tuNASUlxs..FLs.lpril 1", 1811 or penalties imposed by these regulations. -
,! go over.The the dr fuctit otllcers we have thought too the Nassau cannoneers' and taken under DXV. Al'UIL 1:01"1 (;i.XM .
Steamship: Sititfiy, Captain Larkin"! plain l for l 011trll\'I'I'C).. Whether they are close custody to their armory where a bountiful Saturday: !) !lunch ;had been for their r.o( (;is Fair.Monday in the West t \Indies, in Mexico, in South
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from this part ti f Norfolk "'11., arrived at such tie jure may adnnitof i controversy. prepared: ivfreshment. I ports .
( 0I( 70 Clear.
There was: an ell'ort! to have agreement In a side room. I caught sightof I 1 .\II'rl'a. and I in the Mediterranean Sea, or
Uridewatcr, England, on the 8th inst.! intern ns to the modcofsettlingthoifc./Hrtr! ; 'question I several suspicious looking; kegs!;, saH to Tueslay -rs tin Fair. coast of Africa shall bo deemed infected

rather long passage; of twenty-live days but it failed and both parties; v ere left at be filled with the beverage sum grateful: to the Wednesday 13: lit$ .so Cloudy.Thursday ports, and mum" other ports !shall be considered
from orl4lll liberty pursue any course that might he Teutonic !stomach: while a huge bowl ofrosycolored It .r>'J; f s ( Cloudy. InlVi'tcd. or "hal any vessel or vessels! bo
deemed advisable but counsel on both sides thud I in which were floating i Fri lay t"> 4d (liS Clear. !subjected! to provisions; as!! !sections 4 and
ild weather the North I is ; tl
Tho c: : at deterring : winter months 18SO, (il.
t agreeing that they would 1 facilitate i other slices of lemon, were in great demand. DCponent \'l'ra ( 5 of these r llali"lo when arriving fl'lm'
; a some of the more pru'dent of the winter visitors in bringing; the
t fr but the couple of ham sandwiches ami l a cigar.I order of this Hoard.Sr.c. .
mi leaving, large majority: !'settlement and w'uuhih( meantime I exert .
for Lful that one !wallow docs:' not make a themselves to prevent a breach of the peace.( turguttestate! that while on the train I .UIl \ /: I 7. TIl coastwise S'I'tll'rS shall bo
Very truly, II. J. HAKEII, was decorated! with t tie handsome gold- allowed to come to their wharves; and bo
!J tlUlllm -r, art1 leaving; by every boat. COCKKKLL WALKKII.. fringed scarlet badge of the Fil'-t Florida fort of rernantllna. t there inspected} by.1 the.Port" .Physician, unless /

Tim Charleston: A'ewt says the cold. weather.has llrlif'"6'.I'' .\..H.'III.l I..tryut.dll.'I..wri'.I..r..",,,....;..,, ... .. .n. ,.."."'. neat tt'.\TEr.: otherwise. Irdl.'r'cl\) lilll. hit no 'I'lllor; .

killed. everything in the vegetable line The United States Court. by an honorary': member of that gallant Saturday, .\\I'i Hi.... !9:17:! A. n. 0:11:. r. M. freight or baggage; Iall Il' lal11l'l, nor persons
ennPaaly.'luie I fully appreciate the unmerited Sunday: 17.....10:03: ; 10:3t: nl"\\'l.d to goon hOII. permission
except Irish potatoes, the tops of which are The United! States Court opened at 10I'dock compliment, and am proud of the Monday I I 18.....10tS: 11:17:1 ,. II' I\'l by the Port Physician! ; and if

''}(i.V t killed to the ground. The first strawberries! ( ....estl'I'lhllion.. Thos.: Settle, Judge; distinction: I would modestly oiisi-rve! that 1 Tuesday 11..11.!> : ) .... it be found by the Port lh\llal that said l

:: WCM !shipped few days since, but the crop }presiding.In ; shall always bo found ready to discharge my \l\,.hu's.iay. ,. ...... : 0:15Thursday : I 'strainers have: any II' contagious
the case of the United States r*. IlenrvJackson duty on all rl'lth't.I'l'.I"lolI", hut hope to be 21..... 1:14: Jm": ;disease on board, said steamers; shall be immcdiately -

J\. confined in the Ihivulcmintyj.nl excused from discharging; those dangerous Friday, 22.... :!:II" 2:52:. I ordered to thequarantine ground.
from by a United States commissioner, it appearing brass; pieces! should the tocsin of wur'l'r SFC. X.: The Port Physician I is; hereby au

;:: this port direct, arrived at Quecnstown on that time grand jury had not (found a lIailllllarlll; the country. EXTEUEl: thorised and required to ailminiitcr to all

C Tuesday last, 12th Inst.! Eighteen I days from true bill against; him. he was discharged.In ; flue Jacksonville an.l Gainesville! infantrymen April '.)-S. S. City. of A\tln. Stevens, mastcis of vessels! ; arriving in this port (except -
the matter of the sale of the Transit were taken in and treated htllllr New York. those of coastwise steamers) the lalhprIH'rihe.llt"
a.
wt1 t 1 port to port Mr. Philip Lawtcy, who was Itiilruadt the following; decree, continuing, Fcrnaiulina brethren in a !sinmiltr"hostile: 10-S. P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charles the National i Hoard, of Health.SEC. .
f.il : i a l passenger by this: steamer, cables from\ the wile of said road, was: rendered : manner, and good-tcllo\\ and fraternal Apl'i 0. The PoVt Physieiau shall receive

>(, Queenstown nil well on board. C.NITEI STATES riUCl'IT stun NOKTIICIIX: DIS- feelings were everywhere manifested.I 1 These ton.April 11-Sch. Silas C. Evans, Sylvanus, from en'rv'l,1 visited 1 by him under the

'" The British bark Iuunjentt Captain liohlin, TRIM' or fl.ORlItIIE'E IIIEU TKKM. 1SH1.Aristidos interchanges of courtesies are to bo comnu'tided New York.April provisions of this ordinance, I fl'l..f tined
.;; and should always( bj encouraged. : Maria, Cummings, >llars for foreign; and three dollars for
) .,. 1 sailed on Sunday last, 10th inst., for Queen Gulf it D.iggctt.West; India Receiver Transit t.Tho Company Atlantic.: In .Ilholllllot belong; before the military \.i. 1-11'1. ;; 1'\l'l ustwise< \'( ., :, and for each: l'l'rlillal' of

"$ i town or Fulmouth, for orders for a port in the matter of the coiitlrin ition of the sale c.) til Hand City bo invited, to I 111.\11113-RS.l'I\'t' Western Texas, l lines, Ntw health l issued by him under the of
: United with the Li t.Sutluyin this community, where they these reg reflations he receive a fee of
r. I I. the Kingdom, following of the said railroad: properly, under the "hal
f will always receive greeting, and t.vo and for and vesseltunigatcdlieshall
dated! 2.i;S : hearty I Mary Stuart, Coombs, New eal'l every
i cargo : 170,000' feet pitch pine lumber, (;iO'J. l decree of this: court, February : hi made to fcci that they are among frl'll' 1 \\rI11-Sch.' ( l a f fee or twenty

: "i A barrels ru ln.H: bags cotton, 178 sticks t of 1$31.ibis: matter having come on for hearingin ; and comrades.Tho S. Carondelet, Heck, Nassau. dollars, and any vessel having; on board

;' i t j cedar, and 200& tons cotton I'llt'll.] court: upon the report( of .1. 11. C. principal race in time regatta was won .\\rll-S.Hark Guiding Star, Worll'I, any sickness of an infectious: or malignant
open Urunswick. In character, shall the Port
by the .Annie of con cpieiuvoV M amIvVithim..1pri115Slim.. pay l'h\'il'lal. in
I
; "i The ground has been staked out and preparation Drew,1sq: pl'I'lalIa flor. appointed I herein
"f I. from the liver : to the above fees the
west tno Elwell Savannah.CLEXREH. seal of eight
made for commencing the erectionof : under decree of this court, to sell the said I Irllilro,1 a strong will It.Shaw, I.llillol
1 tor
comfort day
1.
advertised and was rather t+ ; 1'1 Quito a JKT atl'Illall'l'.llcl u rl'hol- x
the : church the southwest property, was duly number. witnessed; contest thl'NII'1 able charge for ( no
1 new Episcopal on to' fr'I.1 Il'1I'ill case
sold 1 at public auction 1S: Dickerson limit, which (followed the ditlercnt April !>-S. S. l'itof. .\mtll, Stevens, the Port \'! entitled to "IHI
and Centre streets. any
of :
.; corner Eighth and I C. I). Willard, Trustees for tho sum Nasj.au.April. foes than those;! provided I I in theser'gulati.ns.5cc.10. .

( ,1 The new location Is a very eligible; one, and of twelve tholl"l\II111'l'\'l'n said hlll\llrl'I.I..llaTS that) the said; )yachtx.A large number of ,'i inN from Uruns 11-S. S. Carondelet, Heck. New Eich and every' |>erson, or each

r the church will stand on a very commanding and appearing bv report wick Danen, S r. Marys line of the York. and every vessel or) other I who or which
E.: N. Dickerson) and I C. D. Willard, Trustees: I'rar
l I sit .tart1. Transit llailroa tml l. were the April 12-Sch. E. I" Cavado, Shaw I'ia- shall be found guilty ( of
# ( site centrally and conveniently) t I: were fie hijihe.t bidders at said sale, and ul"11111) spec (. any \'i"\lllol
delphia. these regulations tin ir '
tators. ; or \ ,
1 '--' -Mat-liters.-- that the said purchase money has been dulypaid fi.Itotltllr nhi in Wl'f'' IrLahh'tweh'c _\Iri l !>-S. Y. .I tprtcn' n?i.l.1 Now York. upon conviction, I'I lim-d not less: than $5

Notice to and the property having brought; the nandina has: never had: such a gathering 15-S. 1. St. Julius, Vogel, Charleston. nor more than .fluo.( or imprisoned for
r Notice N: hereby given that on July 1, 1881, mired sum/ of money in accurdmiicewith) her )Llilrl: and ri less than one nor inure than days 1I1t
t the light; displayed from tho Llght-Ship ofWinterQuarter the terms of said decree; now. therefore, on ( she withil acquit herself.
Shoal Seacoast Virginia, motion of John T. Walker, E-sq., Solicitorfor ( During the morning many availed themselves Bark Guiding Star. Health. j'lnrJ
3 will be Uxed red, instead: of white, as: now the complainants (there being no opposition take SET. 11. The Port
of the opportunity to a Brig I'hysuian shall be
rilUII \ : required
( the of the defendant), it is Bll'nIarl:
tg on part
shown sea-beach of to make
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thatthesa'id the magniticetit; AIIIi\ Hd/Mll'r Evans.: 1 101thl. rgsrt'of the
and
decreed
ordered
By orJcr of the LLjht-II'ime IJ.jard. hereby udiu.lged vehicles in the amounts of fees
t Island, and all the city were Schooner Mary Stuart.Schooner rl'l' \.1 b\him.
theaM
JOHN HOMERS \ report| and sale" as retried by 12. In
speedily Milled into requisition. All rl'- Shaw. tF. case of the ail"l'll'e or sickness
c (; Bear Admiral 1T. S. Navy, Chairman. \ I'l'l.'hllIu tl.'r, be. and the wiine is turned with their view of the 1. of Port Physician, he shall have authority
t \VAtlII1NUrO'f: D. C.. April 1, 1881. hereby, confirmed in all respects: : ; and the tllihtel; and exhilarated with tho In
I said Special Master: J. B. C.1)rew. Ivq., Is broad .\tantil.,, Orange Land at t tlargaln. :apjwint a deputy, for whose acts the
Port
hereby directed to give to the said purchasers pure \' : from that big expanseof A valuable tract of :310 tl.T of hammock I'h\tican t-hall I be accountable.

11 The Discontinuance of the Cumberland : E.: N. Dickerson anti C. 1>. Willard. water. land, with wild orange grove, on Orange SEC-. '.' regulations shall take effect ,
Route Mail. Trustees a deed for all and singular the said Among the representatives of tho press I It ike. fur sale at a bargain. For particulars on May 1st, 1&1(

wi discontinuance of the mail by the railroad property, its! rights, privilege*, franchises encountered Mr. tWl'l't. of the Mact.n Ttletiraphaml address I (j. 11. F.RSK", T The Hilton, of the the
/ o 'I'ldcnt If Hoard of
Fernandina.
; accordance with the terms of ; JIII April 2, 1881-it Health.
etc.,
Cumberland Route is one of those unaccountable in 'l\illaha.ssee/At>.,oJuX' Mewrs. 1IWIl'1 and Attest : j .
p. the said decree. '
official orders, which inconvenience THOMAS SETTLE Judge. Clark of the Jacksonville :. ; 'luld Xotlee. THEO. SUR1l'CI Secre'tary. !
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Fairbanks, of the Fernandina Mirror, and Notice is given, that Warren F.Scott 21-2.-
everybody and !seem to have no foundation O.tl.dIrilI3... IM- I. 'Ir. Fildes, of the Oall'il alma aiul Tax .hl'rl\' >r. will, on and afl.'r Apri K. 31.. IIi.M: >KKSO\: ,
In any possible: benefit The mail by -- ----- ----- 11t. These. gentlemen t fur- 15th. 1881, proceed with the

s'. the Cumberland Route bas: fJr a long |>eriod LIst of Letters their respective journals with faithfuldestriptious City Taxes ; and no payment of City or LIcense .

carrlt'll'ia n.11<1wln. 1'y the opening Remaining in the l'tl1>t.OI1lCJ at Fernandin- of the f t.th.lio' Feniandina Taxes made after March :30th. 1881, to tTi'

been na, Nassau county, Fla., April H, 1SS1. l'al Uiast of having one of the any jM'rson or persons other than "'arrl'l F. _
Jackson-
mail reached '
this
of the short line Persons calling for these letters must say advertised lest ttiiuJncteJ as well as the neatest. and Soott, Tax Collector, will be recognized.
vine three and a half hours sooner andreached d "anest | :|>er juibli-'bisl in Florida. Colom1Fairbanks G. STARK. .
Fernandina live hours earlier. Uy'' : its at>le editor. 5 is 1 gentleman of Attest : Mayor of Fernandina.EMIL : .
l .IlexudderVilly: Brown Andrew extensive learning I ; and tine literary discrimination O. FRJEXH. Clerk.: I
i the new tinier of the pu t-otfce department Brvan, I. mr.i J. H<:IInl'U. Eliza and his writings as well as sells l'ERx.t\IHY.t. .\IJri C, 1831. Il

letters from Jacksonville and the St. Johns Carter, John Early: SUIIHKTGilrow. tines arc charai-terizeil by their elevated tone c____ ItUNUFlr'trlli. l
twenty-four hours In reaching Fer- Anna ItartleyhzerE.IlitickStereo and good judgment. .Vofltv to Tajr-l\iyem..
river are and Jl'lI kin,.;, Tom The on thecomiuon were va- I am flow ready I to T''l'ivt tax returns fur _
nandina, instead of an hour twenty Johnson. Ea: 'e L-iwr.'nce. Eddy: 'I* ((2)MdVrron. ) riisl and ul.tmlrts;. 'J'II .llo of Ham e>- the 1 prcsvnt year. Blank returns will L fur. FIFTH ST.. I'EIiN.1NUINA: FLA.

minute t and letters to Jacksonville and the Kate McCray. E.: l D.Manucy. s-iyisl 1 inxuiii t.1 "'urea tempting i and j juicyhu'unch uihl.llt l my onice over (f. Htark'lture, corner .

twenty hours in I going I sin A, U. P' tn min, James of bacon >itriii>>uiitiii-4 1 grvase.1iMite. of l\.lIt. und Second street BURIAL! ROUKS! METALLIC CVSFS,
14 river townsure of a" hour anti twcnUri.li.rt :-\tl.ltIJarli. C. J.1'iitimis.. Charles 11. It way funny to ..o the diminutive W) H. GARUAXD. ) ',X COFFINS Vxn..
C.\KIr.
DtldwIit> line The ,lJJSt.otll.o oil}. SIML. T. Uu'inaL, I'1.. Zulu plastering their dutliing with duct, I I.'fIX.\Slu. Marvh 14),13attfr iVUyraphioon' M prt-mptiy .

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