Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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,;X: ,,'>' ST.tl'IJXEIFS. city, and all\ West Florida will hail with delight fore it can be called tin Oied. In size it I is l last winter was not suflicient to injure the 000, But they yield a 1 handsome percentage.

:''",1 the commencement of the work which the same, 111,1tn1.I preci-cly (the same leaves of the tree, though/; some of the fruit I For instance, Mr.I Hart, who lives just above! ,

.l: _,,: /Mac/ma. will connect Pcnsacola with the railroad system spot as the former buildi g, but owing!: to the was damaged.: \ Just now the sweet orange me here owns! a grove of about\ twenty-live! .
he informs
acres!! that
for 11,1 it yields'a mitt
; .; ': A few crates of beans arc now going of Fast: Florida It is gratifying: to remark absence of porch lIId'l'; unite considerable groves are in full blossom, but all the fruit Income of from 111'to rjjo.oou; a ," ,i'
$1\041) -'ear
:::,,:'4 ward from here, also shipments of cabbage that the choice oflicers and directorsof : available spae'o I has been ultdev11u .the auditct has been plucked. The wild orange trees, of Is (his' l\ltl'rl'1t growing ?" (;d

''> and cnuliflowcr-\ r refrigerator of straw the company: that assumes the responsibility orium, which is seventy\ in length by /for- which the fruit I is!! valueless, yet. hold the oranges Deeide-dly !I, ami I think that witll I
; berries of if not the first, shipped from the next, l five years : ht l to
one ,
., I of conducting this important business ty in width, not\ inchwhich UnJare.! the chancel, and are full of blossoms at the same to supply' time entire FlorilII
of United
the Transit ]toad. was sent from this place I I has fallen upon\ gentlemen ability, energy is tWt'nt.fl'l't. MJI) U is built in t time drafting i is )practicable withany trees of :-tll'l; fur Orl I'I. .1'mllll,1 lll' 1 tree Ihl you some- I ;

last week. It was taken charge of by Mai-[ and integrity They arc personally knownto the style of an old\ KnglMi\ chapel! the two (the orange family, the fruit following the timl'l sec oranges, lemons and limes grow :
lory's steamships from Fernandina to New most of our citizens, and some of them large side doors openinf' \ directly Into the line of the bad In this way grafting maybe lug together. Of coune tll'r rrll fruit j
York and was delivered in splendid order Tic six windows done with the wild and sweet have }ht'l'l grafted ; but It 11 interesting and I
; widely known throughout the country body of the church narrow orange, peculiar tll Northerner to !seethe.se!! fruitsgrowing '
':r This line has always been at the front in President (Chipley has made: hi. mark as n : on\ each side are sa. with stained\ glass the lime, 1I'IIIlIIIl'ilroll, shadock and! grapefruit : in 1 happy family on one tree. t ''

::: new enterprises, and has' joined with the successful! railroad: man: in dillVrent state, various hues wroughl ijilo pleasing and all of which are grown hero in \Irofll'sioll. !\ horticultural ,mltradise '' I If IfIIIC'II
the safe Orange1 are first set wit Im I the I the t thief, ,
Industry of
in to growing
"i: railroad doing more ensure groves orange I
and i is now superintendent of the Mobile! fe appropriate' ,h'!>igns. It each gable, high up wild trees when they arc young ; in the Filri.la" !

delivery of fruit, etc., than any other line Montgomery[ Sclma :and Pine Apple\ divisions under the peak of the r jf, is a large circular spring they are !budded. The budded fruit By no IWIII". Not to !speak of cotton ,1

which has materially aided in the development of the Louisville t Nashville system, window of stained J g 1:,<8. At the east end bears in from two to three years when the 11111\ oak and the like, yon must not for- r J
of Florid'e congratulate: our root is not disturbed, but when{ transplanted' alligator," said Mr., Joiild( I
comprising some three hundred miles of is the- opening for the 1, Best window, which !mill
the made the bearing i is: postponed) ,' or two years and evidently thinking of his alleged ;
friend, Mr. llic.e.on improvements road., Among the directors is Colonel de has!! not\ yet ht't'lpllt.. it o position, and at longer. Seedling i trees bear in from ten I to gator farm." \

in his store, which U evidence of a thriving Fun ink, one of the most brilliant of railroad the west end are three arrow openings' \ also twelve years, but (lure are very few !seedlingtrers Hit i is the alligator a !llndt'It1111'

business:!! lie is enterprising and energetic, operators. Under such managers we expect I yet to be litte-d' with shined glass windows: in comparison) : with the acres grafted ble animal to make his \ rCI\\
,', and has built up a large and lucrative busi I fruit. If the trees!! are properly cared for, alive?' } ,
that the work will he with The choir the Mnll'dali,1' position 1-
pushed a rapidity euvupies
nourislu-d good"gardening "No
all obstacles. We wish him more prlllle,1l11\11 by : ; his hide is the valuable portion of
/." ness over unusual in the records of railroad construction. as in the old immure the south-east corner and allowed proper space to grow in, the him, and even that I is!! worth e-omparatlve-ly:
luck.-The hail which fell in this vicinitynot ,-I'ensacola Gazette. of the nave.-Florid
long since, and which did great damage There are 107 smack-men at }present engaged Mar m. custom to \plant trees twenty to tweMity-llve boots!! in EI \ .
the feet apart, out as they grow it bei'omc.s tieressury "But does Florida cultivate these!! '
to the supplemented during rl'l'-
', crops, which in fishing!: for this:: city and )[ollll"Ulld It was because I, too, lesire'd to see somee to thin them out transplanting.. t tiles i ?"

: next five nights by severe frosts, at until some two or three weeks ago, have thing in Florida bcsid :\orlhl'rltouri\ tli :Some! of the trees transplanted by h1 r. Harris "That is not ll''t'!!>!ar)'. Tho alligator cultivates

first sight seemed to have destroyed the early ever been rewarded with reasonable success! that I went to Ocala, w ere a good hotel is are ten years old, and they have been set himself and produces quickly and
vegetables beyond recovery. Beans! where thirty fret apart in squares, with a (lull tree numerously. The whole1 and"rivrr
and sometimes at these old reside Mr.I Harris. The !
profit- lauding kept by an ) ,
} \lml
in the centre'. This, however, will be too (country I Is filled with them.
unprotected by forest or trees! were generally shores upwards of -1,000 snappers and group town will soon be co nected by rail with close when the grove has attained full "And; are they dangerous I

:" I destroyed. Cucumbers were so injured ers during the month. We are informed' byMr. Fernandina. Tracks I the been laid some i growth. In the work of transplanting, wells ""'t'I," said :Mr. HOIII. "it I is us wI,1 not
, : \ t that have planted over, notwithstanding are sunk :In\\) feet on the line ofopl'l'I\- to cot the of
':.'/.\ many Cobb, of the Ice Company, however, distance south of Oran o I. ike1, on the Inn apart I { way tails. I t.yftrikl'
". in the Tomatoes (ions, to furnish water for packing/ the earth I theirmotifs chiefly with their
,, it is so late season.!! fiiI
that the total catch for the ders of Marion[ and A ichua counties the
past thirty days ;
," around the When the trees Nevertheless
t routs!! are dug the {jaws of some
were frozen out in even places!, but on higher has not exceeded 400 fish. Such ill luck is roadbed is ready all the vay cross-ties!! and up they are conveyed on u car drawn by a of I l"t'l are not (levrllllcl. My son killed

ground and where the plants were large unprecedented in these waters, and no !satisfactory iron The town\, Ocah is doing a good business :: horse over tram ways!! laid for gathering the one which resembled a whale on four legs. ,
they will probably lose only the first bunchof solution has been reached that : and orange lamb irouiul itarc lookingup. crop', to the site where they are to bo tran- Our martkilled over Ihlrtof them "
planted. A line of hose and aforcupump Whether I of not I Is!! thU.flcultshiest .
fruit, as the plant will put out new shoots might account for the scarcity of these }precious Just on the subur >3 is the grove of Mr. sends: the water over an acre or two of kil'.I"IY l\cf! (' I saw 1 1 some

it the base of every leaf on the stem, bearing species:: of the finny tribe. Whether Adam Kichelberger, a imc not unknown to ground. Four men dig up the tree, u man live one's Just "f'fort 1(I tired and some dead

\.., fruit some days later. Crops:: underground the unseasonably!! !! icy winds: which have remained many\ residents of Bal 'more in a i pleasant: and a horse transport' it, two men work time ones!! just afterward ; but as several rifles
force and six take the tree in hand went t off at the
time I
and those similar to cabbage, strawberries pump same cannot
with us for some time have for the connection. What in 'rl'sll"llIIcII0 t onHeld. 1"0111
v' for replanting Kach: well is dug by one luau (hat it was gun that killed an
"' :: etc., were slightly injured ; and driven them to other "banks this hanam !. Here the frost my nl/ntu
: }present urwhtth'r place was a Throughout the season Mr. Harris kt''pll'm- But alligator shooting was not, Ilh'r.
while the blow seemed to paralyze the they arc disinclined to bite," or withers:: the fl.liuge'If b nanas; but further ploye-d fifty laborers: paying them seventy e-sted Il' In the South ; the blossoms', nits

growers for a day or two, on examination whether the "schools" have been depletedby south it keeps' green th year round. Fresh five or t'i.'hl,'-Ii'l'I''lIt!! a day. with some few wedding blossoms of the North, you know,
the damage does not seem to belo great as exceptions for e-speeial! in gardening.In Wt'r on the tr'f'I and the ripe, gnll'n
the successful fishermen, are questions!! stalks arc reproduced' very year, Thesegrow the picking season, when the crop\ has to I frlitas Iliac, too '' yt
... t i was supposed, and efforts are being made to which remained to be aims vered.1hvnce.Cunstdcralle singly from the r ot to the height of be hurried) to market during the! months!! of ; Tom Scott, the, Pennsylvania railroad

"i'} recover from the effects. While some suffered interest and a considerable sixteen feet.! Sometime i there areas!! manyas December and. January, the force is greater, magnate, preceded Mr. Gould. Thl1..1..
; ;:. ;i that but I the is not largerI I ahor i.s of dlstlrg( lishe-d
' ;v more than others, we consider crowd concentrated: at the IVnsacohi Hail- adnzcmistalksbuneim! Ig out 'rnulllie same: average and \pay Ihf'1'1 I'It'IU ou
abundant whites and blacks work State
'. gave rise
the damage will be fully covered by an estimate road: depot yesterday to witness the shipmentof source l Kach stalk is is:: thick as a man's here in a larger proportion of whites to l'IIII.lmll'h among 1111101( nll quid nunef?,

of onc-thtrd the original planting. a car-load of Western cattle, mostly bulls, thigh at the gl'"ulltl, am tILJ'l'rwlf the size to the blacks, !! than I him1 ever seen in any These I gossip t I!! are yet (In sonic'dual,. as!! In the

. This loss, in a great measure, will be made for Havana: per till Admiral.; It thl'pOllllarilllprl'SiiulI \ of 0111"1'' wrist at the toll where it gracefullycurves other :Slate; of the :South.; -(\irrcfiwndcitcelliildmitre purpose mold intentions of this pair of illustrious .
by the increased value of the produce Situ.ouu visitor. Some insist 1 thuL" bridge Is
up was that the bulls were shippedfor : over, blossoms knd bears it.s fruit. to be erected, West to

:: ; which remains, but notwithstanding alllj bull fighting;; in the arena, we wouldtor- The flower I is dark puri e, -haped like the ./.i ri'.so.vrLUTTKK.. while others contend I'rol Key(dint 1 tllu'll lavnlt.!

, this: the interests l of the country: have received rect it by stating that they are doomed (to die heart of an ox, and u out time! Name! size. 1'\plal'III\'I't'l t.o t two cities All agree, '
' 'r".' a heavy blow.-The election for dower JIWI\'I'r. (' public enterprise,
ingloriously in the !shambles to furnish beef Lent after leaf of this turns up anddrops .
A :NOHI.K WOM \ --Itllm WOUKS FOLLOW nr.iimi : of to b< uimertti-
city olllccrs on Tuesday was' hotly contested.TJicre for the fastidious and uncoveriiui rows of 111"rnlhII.lIU\jnilll'.I.
peculiar taste of loyal ;away, juievcssivo : it \TIl IIONK: I wn\r cur.t t'lIl'I.II-IIII I. !. \ i" and won
; wcro. three pundidate-s for the mayoralty Cubans. Several of the doomed animals bananas as we sec tht'll.lal. the bum, until .- T. at. PAI.Mnt-WHAT J\V eiOU.I Ikrrllil Its cIl'cclH.

\ in the field, and fifteen or twenty for were majestic creatures of their kind.! -(inscttc. all l are brought out. 'The producing partof HUNKS' OK n.OKIiKTC.| I You can't! mako anybody around I these

",::.,> counl' lnH'n, all of whom ran on their individual the stalk is' In lime ,'01'1'. 1-01'11"1 protection f J.U'KsoNviu.K.: Ft, \., April !H!. dkrgings". Ilt'leI t. Jay Gould eame 'to 1 ,
'. ;4 merits there Tim I IoUI'\' \\'III", : of d Perry's and "Fin mean's I Florida \t'rll.II( C1'k Orll ('" and shoot )
as were really no partynominations Leo ii. litre are innumerable wrappings' of a tough/;:; brigades, of I Iho Army of Virginia, will be alligators.: No, sir, not for, OUR 111111'V..!

made Mr. Hughes was placed The peach crop, from all accounts, is pretty filament' that give strength and bulk to the glad, to bear something of that noble Chiist- know II'tt'rIIICIIIJIJI'r III'n Ir'on lu'

in nomination by a convention composed, well destroy! t throughout I Georgia; even wholeKach: stalk bears only once, the ian lady, sirs M. M. Keid: thu matron of I the I ,/"i 1';" of the" t
almost of colored men, but was Florida Hospital! in Itichmoml.: Her name cuterprise'imnreorrerpondentexpcctssot
t entirely as far South as Thomasville, but the trees in root supplying fresh producing' stems for to bo behind his cnnfrrrc,
will bring back to the* members I the abovecommands
not convened as!! a Kepublican meeting. Mr.f this vicinity arts! putt ingon the heaviest crop each bunch of fruit, ImmtlmeIropicsthere I arestems ; 'many a seems in whidi she figureil 'Twenty-one' 'I'lr1nll In i IfiJO' I saw Iiefltral

Burnett's candidacy was sanctioned' by amass known for 'cars.-The chilly weather }persistently in flower tutu !-terns with ripe fruit ut us an angel ul'mere'' ., 11I..1111'1'0. she B. i' 1111'1', lt I Charleston convention.
meeting composed of representatives!! ilaved all of till iualitics that Illu.trutonull II..t I saw him again in herr
j continues, making crops!! and all the same time, the climate knowing: no season \ | ,
slut ( Ho attired l In suit of
.. adorn) humanity.How was I a navy i
r, \ of both political parties!!, and known as acitizens' vegetation very backward.! Only one or two Jlolfa\'oralh'III fruition. It is not MI here. [ often has the w'riuerscen her moving blue, rather the worse for wear, while a commodore's 1

{,; :: meeting, while :Mr. Shannon was really warm days have occurred as yet, The banana I is: now just dropping its flower quietly through the crowded wards, filled cap encircled Ills straggling whitelocks. ;

'..; an independent candidate. The following although have. had 1 }plenty of bright sun and revealing the young: fruit. It will ripen with the sick and wounded, ever ready: to His wl'all'r-hl'uh'l countenance.memorable .
is the result of the election : For Mayor ilo good and. I'l'lIlvCum'rlng! :She; shrank \1 always looking
shine.-One of the severest storms' of this towards midsummer. Nearly every dwelling\ to windward and, Wide-ml
from rolling/ gait part
no duly, however trying:,\, Ulltl11'4 always
S. J, Burnett ; Councilmen W. W. Scott, stormy and unnatural M'a"lOIl1"itl'l this worth calling a borne rai"* ':1 garden; bananas: prompt to respond to any dl'lIll1l1lllir legs, all betokening tl aneient mariner.

lI, 'J'. Dutton, James Doig, G. W. Spark- section on Wednesday night. The wind blewa enough to supply the table. Taken fresh her seTvlee-.s. At one 'moment dressing u Few IH'/Cill'11Ihlllf navigates! so boldly

loan, N. I). Phillips, J. '1', McMillan, W. N. gale for a time, and demolished some from the tree, they are most delightful for wound\ with skill! and'! tt'IIo1I'rllt'M-nt! another and t'olll/ t ty t angry "(*u of public opin
ion ( with such its
Shoats A Simmons colored Ji. G. :McCar- writing a letter homo for some poor fellow 11111 tn'llt"l contempt
( ), fences, but did no other damage that wo can breakfast with figs: which. grow: here luxuriantly too feeble to do so hitll"t'II'-lIgllill reading \ swelling i tlI.1 threatening! billows
roll ; Marshal[ -C. H, Davies:: ; Assessor!! -B. hear of.-A brief visit recently made to the al o. Some of these !gardens are almosta the sacred) promises to ono hovering it I is beyond tho 'power <>f any of thei iir.tlslsof .

q, M. Smith ,: Collector, C. l-'eltner:, Clerk scene of theirreat, fire of Januarv27th., which jungle of sweets!!, ha'illOrall/ l'4: which !between the two worlds, or giving a word of the; celcbratcslpapers tormrirnlsrehef,

':t( and Treasurer-K. A. Jcfl'ord"-aflilltlll'ille consumed the- J. P. it M.[ machine shop, hlossom' no.nlllllu'nr.. "_n, _I\t,1I1I'_ .... saute time,. 1':111"111\: ._ cheer to the tic /ponucnt--she left peuee. anti hailer e-IIbrt I His to appearance 5it'll it ks for itself, and
comfort wherever she went, and the blessings any represent mor. hllil'WIlywill
.. Sun and Bee. deeply impressed! the writer with the vim grapes, limes, lemons, Japanese; plums, ,mid of Jrald'lIllll'arts f"lIl1wt'.llll'r footsteps! always rt'lit a signal failure.

: Itnval. and energy since displayed by the Receivers:: flowers: of every variety. 1 saw in one I garden uml. will soothe her last moments JIutippeared to be much interested! in the

: ; The election of oflicers of the lust: Florida I, and their many employes, in making good beside a plum tree from Japan, a magnificent I had the great pleasure! of meeting Mrs various! amusements, 111'111\ h'I'' freely
with the
crowd of tit-
Held last week In Fernandina. nlllllll' finding spe-ctators,
Hallway Company for the ensuing year, the of the fire anti the in full (lower which IIpllrt'"ly
ravages rebuilding japonica Was!I her in excellent health. Sho Is leading tally lnaIilft i -rent to tit 11 ell II., icl 'II
. which took place at a meeting recently held, burnt district." Theehaugesrctentlynmle. over eighteen feet high and the trunk ,!ten a peaceful, useful life In the family III' a relative I rll t'". .

in this city, are: ircdo\-H S, Ilaines S.B. in and about the yards extend considerably inches diameter. As a rule, the country in that city. She i is a splemfid( type of WIll can soy that limo Month is ltlllrf
Hnbbaril, George: It. Foster President the Southern gentlewoman, and ot ; the of |
beyond rebuilding the burned ma houses! !! arc rarely more than one story {high, ami\ its people without or insult?
the highest attributes of a exaltedutmost Injury
Jf.S. IIaine.s; Vice-President and Secretary chille-shops.llOwen'r. As you approach the having extensive j piazza, AH few of the womanhood.! Floridiuns hold her In tint A movement ha.sheeii commcin'cil by the

Georgo H. Foster; Treasurer"'. P. Hardee. yards from the city, you perceive refreshing dwellings are painted, and as all are built re\'l'rl'lIl'clIlIII'l'glircl. and no woman I I'plseopallans: of Fe-rnamliiiato ereil another

The officers of the Jacksonville Street Kailroad absence of the row of small tenant houses !! for shade they haw uniformly a sombre in the,* {State has: won a clearer title tit their rhiireh, the present hullding being too.
1.I : for the ensuing also recently love; and veneration. :May 'I line tlmllll.thtl; )' small IIIIIIICOII'lIh'nty titllh..I, A gentleman
year which formerly occupied the space' next look, which is illtl'lI..ili.,1'llI're, the treifand with this: noble hrdy. bus donated two
elected, are: Hirt.'Ctors-H. S. Hahies, George to, and fronting the depot and J.I'II'ralufl1-: shrubbery! are thick in the surrounding ul.so hud the pleasure of encountering hi tulalllcr'H IfullllylllJ along the route

H. Foster, M[, J. O'Brien ; President-II. S.Ilaines ccs, the same having been removed with a I gardens. Hammocks lire always "swung: Fernandina Dr. J'. M. J PaiiicrofMontice-o! !! I I HnlrOul, 11 .t'lltrllll/J

; Vice-President und Secretary<.'O.R. view to devote the space they occupied to a loose for the sport of the,* wind" In the surgeon of till Second Florida) He-giment oflsutiuntry acre These, cash.lands \\1 //,1 ut ll The I'r|
are perfest.
: and afterwards in c-harge of the 'Il"
Foster; 'fr'asurer1'. Hardee.-Anew small ornamented plat to front the car shady spray and ('ver'III ,t has a la'arty'd- "Florida and Howard U irove Hospitals in at wIllil 1111 lands are l.t by the .

book, entitled "Two Years Abaft the works. Immediately adjoining the plat and come for the stranger. Kichmond Dr. Palmer is an eminent and railroad: ) company $l.2.1 per .

Mast, or Recollections of a Voyage to India," extending along the east bide of the yards, From Ocala I rode sixteen mile through skilful physician! and. an upright; Cllr !"UllugClltll'lIIall But few oranges wllllJt, made in Jackson.vllle .
(this The cold weather of last
honored I owl esteemed,! season
a personal narrative by our fellow-towns nearly to the turntable stand immense where the of the -
an pines, majority dwellings the entire State Hu 1 is still actively en- winter (U-st roved most of the vounl* wtsiml|,
man Mr. Frank Jordan, has just been published new structure intended 1 for a carbuildingshop were )huts and most of them abandoned, to g.1tCtIIIi profession, uml enjoys a large and but (t'1 1 IJHII1 are ': This city

by the Ashmeael Brothers, of this for woodworking machinery, etc Orange Lake and the groves of Messrs. Jay and remunerative,practice. His old) patients: was fet becoming 1 largo: orange grove, llutst

city. The book contains in all 171 pages, which had just been finished when the lire A. Harris and P. I'.ItishopaujohtiningcaIs: of the Army Virginia will rejoice to bear every yard containing moro or IC-MI
that lie is (hale, hearty and cheerful Sf; bearing t rc'C and the supply fruntlhi3walIreewits
and is nicely printed and bound. The narrative took place. It is now partially occupied I with other. Although there hud been some damage You are aware that Jay Gould the great (considerable.. An lul'hl fOp of tin

is well written and exceedingly interesting machinery belonging to the machine-nil ops ; to fruit by frost, these gentlemen sent to financier and railroad king, passed it few 11lt'l fruit Is ..I.lltt li elm.river

and is based on observations taken proper, which will noon he finished and New York and other Northern markets last W't.klllat'rl' during the putt willtl'r.11 !he isgemrally counties, and the grW'f In( that se-e-tion \1

by the author while on a trip to India in the ready for occupation. The new shop( above winter 20,000 boxes of oMiiges, which averagemi husincsiM regarded and as u man and of I I'arit'll wonderful re-iij! rich i-ommitteu)harvests.'Ibe | | by the h-giidi-
great ex-
-:'. year 1858, in the clipper ship Emlymion. As named was constructed under the able u. I $.' a box, or an aggregate! of tl O.lI, ). (terifnei. opinions us to this Slate arecut. lure to investigate origin( a\lll,

, this book is strictly! a home production, having pervision of Mr. C. t:. l'urc.II.! road master of Mr. Harris (has I/JO/.f acre of hammock land, tilled to weight and deserve consideration jMwiiloii of the bond of 1X73. lit*Id 1lln

been written and printed in this city, it the road, whose talents as an architect have much of it still in forest growth: and wild or The following extract from an interview Ibis week and fiumimsl /v.rt vritnOMx.They .
with of the New York'arU\ adjourned yesterday to mee-t again on
u \ will
should, and doubtless! will, be read by all heretofore been exhibited in this) city in the anges. His grove of cultivate! oranges i ill !IN* read reporter with interest : the yitli: lust, when they exvt| : to complete

I of our citizens Price: Paper cover, 1.'i cents; design and construction of the elegant cottage large, and the most interesting have M en. I For than hundred mite! south from their labor The inuvtigiilion will he (.u-

r' cloth, >fl.; For sale by Ashmcad Bros.-JnrktOHvlllc residence of Mr. "'. Perkins' which Originally he owned( the whole tract of orange Jiu-kw.nvillf along the St. John river and I\ 1(rebe-iihlve ali thorough, and will, it is
I still. further north ions|, rl'lit in throning OIIM- light on a
and east the is j
1'ni'tii. country i
of the
one most thoroughly excellent lands: on this part of the inland hake dark
11..ItI..1 I over with orange; Jun'HIIfW/l1 twen- subject.
i.... Eiicambta piece of work of the kind ever done here.- }fr. Biahop'o I'rtl't'Wi part of it, and now : ly to tucnty-fivit acres III extent. It lakes Only ten or twelve mi let* of the gap cut tl>iWaycr

The stockholder of the J'CIl"Calotlall The informal owning of the new church the railroad U their dividing Ihal'1 the about (iveyrar. for an orange grove to iliaI, >' I iCuilroail It'mlill' to be to'l.

'i tic Railroad Company{ met yesterday at the I builJing..f'it.. Johns (Kpicoj: >al) Parish, on station they have large lmacking-!holmMs and lure met a+ toi-rt-luee fruit for the market, Wllrkhlj l parties nrJ engaged on 1"
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office s of W. 1. Mi-Ojrmlck and organized for the of ": I l but nevfrthflc-M new grove: are constantly. i iplanted tn'lil" the IUltulIlt I..t'r)raJi.ly
Sunday, holding aster services, every facility fur shipment and direct transportation I and are oked| \ to us a wMirreof I Ii i 11llnj.
with the election of the following\ directors : I was an occasion of unusual! interest, and attracted of fruit to the North without rl''t'Ult'I'U' an orange grove begins t<* j vUitnnt. who 11'\'t left fir

*' W. F. McCormick:: G. A. :.Stanley- F. de Fu- a large ('Ongrt :tti.", A friend hit changing (:con. During my visit Ixith proprifton I Ix-ar fruit it aJtf'ar.utlyJt''er Wan out 1 : home in such numbers rc""'JlIY.IIU.t revert
nick W. I D. Ilt'lIr.lllf", ..! tree* which hears annually from the sudden truiihition. All a general rule,
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Chipley, Wright.t a elsewhere given the renders of the flundi-tn were bu y transplanting! tree ten i : ,
they und IOKC nil the
.ix In eight tlaul/>>awl oranges" but that i ill Il'V- curly, many
subsequent! meeting of the directors Mr. W. an account of time services, but we dct>ire tH years of age, grafting and setting out youngtr | abovc the aye-rage.; I ad vantajre they' have gahusl their i'mij.surnin

D. Chipley was elected president and P. K. ray a word or two about (he building. The tree, al..III'.Iil/; great deal of other work What/ l U the eo..t of un orange grove?*' t 1"lorM.. >

; Yoiige IeCrt'taralllI treasurer. This enterprise church, to all outward appearance, uterus incident to time prui.er| it-tahlUhmrnt of u I InugnifWnt "A4 I said," replies| Mr.[ (;011 cJ, they j Most .r the hotels, however, Mar 111.1
filled, will close their
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I SOME WitilT miseration at this display of musical ignorance will not beat me s l11uc1I. This has beautiful colored hotly at the but her remonstrance Did Ned Fordyce understand ? They wero
I He who hath music in it, ant" the other was so old and was wordsl enced by them all talking over the beautiful singing in the
Voices of the waited for the warning "A new violine" lie exclaimed ; play on broken it was no ue, and the \people used to and she left her brother to his solitary dessert pretty lamp-lit drawl -room, and] wondered
For the twitter summer in the morning, a new violine I Ah, pare, it ish plain you drive me away whim I played in the streets ; and soothing cigar with an indignant why it was succeeded:! by no solicitation for
I I For the rustle in caves, know. not much of music." and as for money, they never cave me any )pity for his blindness, that in no way inter- the usual donations.
f For the the leaves, You're right there," laughed the young for playing only then I sang." crcd with his enjoyment of those luxuries "I should like to have that boy in my
flushes in the sky, sailor; "but I want to what this You said St. "What a voice.
For the tender try youngster poor little chap said Ned Fordyce His usual evening reverie being solaced Thcophilus.
green ana gold does. I found him looking very covet- pityingly.Vhatalife !1" thus and he himself feeling lazily disposedafter It was exquisite.i "
: Of Melting round each burnished spire ously at that rubbishing! old piece of wood "The life I would love in my own country a long summer's day outing It was not "He is better in the streets" said Ixedabruptly )
: From rosy the clouds till blushes fly and catgut Just hand it over (here a min said tho chill in his eager !imperfect to be wondered at if his thoughts wanderedoff -almost rudely, Edith thought. "One
On youthful sun enrolled ute." English: ; "to warder through the field in into a doze and in a hazy, dreamy fashion docs not cage nightingales."
triumphant wheels of fire
I ; "Let that dirty little vagabone touch tny the moonlight am play while the stars are he found himself weaving strange fan -
He Nor who hath marked it turns away, Italian violine? evnre 1" exclaimed old! shining and the nijh\ tin gales singing in the cies together and becoming the hero of many Was Pippo dreaming ?
cares for light of common day. Jacobi with indignation Doyoutakeme thickets. Ah I" HtUrcw a long deep breath ; curious adventures!, among which may be remarked lie sat up in his bed of straw and rubbedhis
I'f i ,Ho behold though the in heaven's unclouded face, for von fool, sure? I thought it vas you that he knew what he clt, but he could not express the selling of white mice and plaster eyes. There was a. dim light in the
he noontide sun ; needed the inshtrument for yourself; but it in this cold and unfamiliar tongue. : inns byes, the dancing: in heavy shoes in the room, and many forms huddled up in different
Although blessed the milder "
grace that street brat The young sailo1 looked down on him muddy streets, the fighting of hlack-browed corners. It was close and [pestilentialand
Of peaceful eve that when toil is done';keen He turned away contemptuously, and with wonder. Tin child was a mystery to I brigand-looking padroni ; and amid all and unwholesome, but the little\ lad had 1
Yet knows he one hour hath thrust the violin once more into its old place him That he shmld desire a piece of wood through all these varied occupations hearing grown used to it now, and, indeed was often
The first and
i t loveliest he hath seen. among the cracked (china dull brasses, and and four strings ii preference to toys or the soft sad wail of a violin whose sounds too weary and spent to notice nnything-

I I So though the sun, in midday time-worn bronzes and bits of genre as he something to cat, was in itself a surprise. nothing could stifle nor silence. These only too glad to lay his little aching limbs
More perfect show each opened power flower called them. The little lad who had imperfectly That ho! should rhapsodize in this fashion sounds were still in his cars as he woke witha down on his heap of straw and sleep the
I I Though mists from loftier hills arise ; understood the dialogue clasped his about it, reganlL-ss! of bare feet and start and sat upright in his chair in that slcep of utter exhaustion.
hands despairingly together as he saw the ragged clothes mini What had awakened him ? Had he
And wider prospects greet the scorching sun, was a very self-evident, wide-awake manner peculiar now
And though if clouds be dark o eyes ahead; coveted treasure put once more beyond his cause of greater ostmishment still\ to people on whom slumber has stolen dreamed that name, or somebody said it
: A heavenly bow bestride the land reach but his new protector was not to be "Where do you avc?" he asked him suddenly unawares in an auspicious moment. really. He laid himself noiselessly back in
be with to; tread easily baffled and he sternly ordered. the Hebrew Was it fancy or was there really a face his: straw and listened. Yes, voices were talk
I The checkered pathway ours, hand in us hand to give the instrument to him and tell The child mcntimed a low street in the peering at him through the window sallow ing close! beside him-the voices of men in
Though smiles be round us mid our lot; him its price. neighborhood of :S,ho, and to the further } evil-looking face with fierce black eyes the adjoining room, but through the thin1partitiomm
Bring smiles now unknown, dearer "Twenty pounds, was the cool response inquiry whether behind any parents told all that glowed through the scmmi-darkness! with i he could hear every word. And OH
'J ; ;Y Yet somewhat will not be forgot yet, "Twenty pounds I" exclaimed the sailor his pitiful little talt about\ having been stolen covetous and vindictive longing. He sprang listened and as he heard, hishcartscemed .
i Yet somewhat we would ne'er forget. indignantly." Do you take me for a fool?" away from his ovn country and brought to tile window in second.. It was a French to stand still with terror his face grew ashy
j Were hours once brighter ? Is the gladness No, sare, for a shcntlenmn" answered the here to earn a llvinj fora task.master as pitiless window opening on to a balcony, and that gray, his little thin brown hands shook like
''i Of these glad hours to those but sadness ? Teutonic Hebrew with a grin ; but if you Ihe was uinirnciplcd. It was a common in turn led by a flight of steps to one of aspen leaves where they rested on his straw
I know nut the vere a connoisseur, you 'oulll know that enough tale in the mouth of an Italian those squares or gardens so' often found in couch. Then there came silence and the
Hath dried,the dewdrops summer one sun by this is a fine old Italian inshtrument, and beggar, but the sinijlc, pathos of the child's London suburban houses. The window was light was extinguished, and only the heavy
I i And somowhat for us holdcth fast one. worth every penny of vhat I ask you." delivery touched warm-hearted acquaintance fastened by an ordinary hasp or lock which breathing of the many companions of his
I The irrecoverable "Tut some strings on it, and let me hear with a deeper compassion than he had did not yield quite freely to his hand. Withan own miserable life sounded through the
i And from us joy nor enterprise, what it's like said his customer shortly.The ever felt before for my friendless, harmless impatient effort he flung it open at last wretched place, but Pippo' slept no more
Failure nor grief) hath force to old man obeyed, ail presently hand outcast and there vere many such who had but there was no one on the balcony and all that night. His little heart beat with the
Somewhat sever ed the violin to its prospective purchaserwith experienced the berelit of his generous and the square was solitary and deserted, as was agony of an intense fear and the greatnessof
't. : Now ne"er.8e.n., some, forgotten life some never.PIPPO'S light,. some eyes, its bridge fixed and its strings in playable large-hearted charity. *' usual at that time of the evening. a heroic purpose and the faint there lightof

i ., condition Will your mast! allow yftu to on Half angry at his own sudden<< alarm he the dawn fell on him lying with ,
"You vast a bow, too ?" he asked with a that violin?" he used the boy at time conclusion returned to the room, taking care however Wide-opened terrified eyes that no sleep had
\ J EJVAJUJ.I grin. of his talc. to shut and bolt the window securely."I visited.
I "Of course" answered the young man The child was long in understanding the musn't tell my mother or the girls," I'ippo was not allowed to pursue his usual
If I could but buy it !I" loftily though when the violin and bow meaning of the quotion, but when he did a he said to himself, "or they will be more vocation that day It was Sunday and the
He was only a little brown-faced, bare were in his hands: he knew nothing of howto sudden fear flashed into his eves. nervous than ever." Then, with one more padrone bade him, in surly accents, remain
; footed Italian lad, and he stood with his use them. I used! to sec old Jack Barber "I don'tknov"le said hesitatingly ; then searching look around he left the dining- at. homq through all the long hot :summer
wistful eyes fixed on the window of a dingy play the thing on board the ship often his face brightened Netta is very good" room and rejoined the feminine members hours, while the boy's whole heart was full
shop in a still more dingy London street. enough," he said ruefully ; "but I'm blest if and I will pray her lo speak to the padrone. the family in the pretty lamp-lit drawing- of an intense longing to get put in
Above his head the hot sun poured downits I know how to clap! sail on myself Here, He minds her al vayy." room beyond When he reached the door practice the resolution he had formed{ during -
burning rays, but he did not mind that ; boy" he added unheeding the Hebrew's remonstrance Who is N'ettlsked his companion he paused.: Was it only fancy, or was his those terrible wakeful hours of the night!
it reminded him of his own land on some flee what you can make of it." The child looked perplexed. dream still haunting him, for floating lie heard the bells ringing over the still sultry
dim cloudless afternoon when he had nothing The child took it with reverent tender She is with us-(here," he said nodding through the air and up to the open windows air, and he knew that the church doors
to do save to bo under the shade of the hand: ,and without an instant's hesitation began in the direction of tie street he had named, came the self-same plaintive sorrowful were open and the white-robed choristers
I vines on the mountain side or to listen to to play. Something in the little rapt face and she is just Netu ; but she is very good strains that had been ringing in his cars a singing, and the people praying in their own
; the music of some rill of water babbling under and earnest eyes, as well as in the instinctive though soil-alwayi sad ; and when she few moments before. Impatiently he turned fashion.
t i cool green leaves with a stone image grace with which ho used the bow and dances her feet are, oh, so heavy ; but she the handle and entered. A group of figures Once he had been wandering through the
sculptured above, that those who sought its brought the long-silent music from out of says her heart hetvicr still, and I think it stood at the windows overlooking the street, streets on a Sunday morning and had found
shelter might also give duo reverence to its that old time-worn instrument, silenced the must be," he added,with a sight'ell hi-j mother and sisters the now ubiquitous his way to the doors of a great cathedral.
um patron saint. There were no vines here and Hebrew's remonstrances and changed the \\ ," said the young man, giving him curate and pretty\ girl from next door, who The sound of the singing and the sonorous

no babbling fountains, and sculptured Ma young sailor's laughing curiosity to a deep some loose silver a! he spoke "go home was Gertrude s bosom friend, and possesseda swell of the organ had made him forgetfulof
Ott( donnas ; only hot streets and countless roofs, attention now, and I hope your new treasure will out- charming voice and I a passion for dancing. shyness and strangers, and he had crept
and but chance glimpses of blue sky far "By Jove I the little chap understands live the padrone s huger and you will not Who all looking at?" exclaimed nearer and nearer, until at last he pushed
p I"t above the house-tops. Neither were there what he's about,!' he fold in surprise.! Curious weary of it very soot And look here. This Ned in wonder. open the swinging doors and stood within.
t market days and least days for innocent how natural music seems to these is my card ; I live here, and if you get into Hush I Is it not beautiful?" said Gertrude I chad been lost! in a dream of wonder at
'r.'" merry-making ; nor any rest or peace for his: Southern birds: Whatdoyou think of that, any trouble with :your master, just come softly, and pretty Ada Singleton held the beauty he!saw-at the marble pillars and \
:; little weary: body, since the cruel black- eh ?" he asked old Jacobi suddenly. round and let me know, will you?" out her hand in silence. the molded roof and tho flood of light that .
' Ii browed padrone had brought him from Tink Why that he vill .spoil my vio The signor is too good" exclaimed the He took it, and stood by her side lookingout poured itself in every rich and varied hue
\'i; 'across the seas to this country of want and line, and I shall hold you responsible" was boy, raising his great soft eyes to the bronzed over the heads of all the group into the through the stained glass of the windows
work and endless! misery. the strictly professional reply. and manly face above him. "I shall never quiet lamp-lit streets. He could see nothing, hut it was the music that he thought of most.
No. There was never any peace for him The sailor gave a prolonged: whistle forget him-never; and may all the saints, though still the soft slow strains floated up, The tuneful harmonies of trained and perfect
a p now ; any pauso of the time when he might "Stow all that trash" ho exclaimed indig and the blessed :\lliunnlhet'lielr'- simple as a child's prayer but sweet with voices entranced and awed him It was
ii I dream daydreams of all things beautiful. nantly. That lad knows more about the "Oh, yes; I know all that" interruptedNed the passionate sympathy of a loving, long. so beautiful-oh, so beautiful !-and lie stood
All was noise and turmoil, and ceaseless instrument than you do. Spoil it? Those Fordycc, imptticntly. "Never mind ing !soul that poured into the music what drinking it all in, in a passionate ecstasy of
clangor and unending strife. Life was u sordid clover little lingers? I'll tell you what the blessings. I have heard them so often words were too feeble to declaim. N'ellstooll delight thinking that this must indeed be
; pitiful thing that left him only too often though ; I'll give you five ponmhfpr time old and found the mor numerous they are timeless quite still; instinctively he knew who the the heaven his priests had told him of. He
sleepless and hungry, and footsore, and witha fiddle, and a deuced good oiler it is.: Takeit of gratitude got with them. Hun along player was, and felt that the little friendless was a little ragged, footsore child, with bare
tired aching in hi* heart that ho could not or leave it, iw: you like. I can won pick now, little chap ant don't lose my card. I lad had traveled all those hard stony streets head and shoeless feC't. sun-tanned and not
'i put into any words ; that even ) into up another. I saw some in Lcvi'n in II- never make empty promises, and if you want to pay this tribute to his young benefactor.The over clean, for the padrone cared little for ,
i', words would have won for him nothing but street, and he's an old friend of mine." me you'll know wtiere to find me.. delicacy of feeling which bad promptedthis such trifles, and water was' a luxury to bo
inockery:: and jeers! and perhaps blows. Levi ish mine cousin, and lie I ignorant and untutored child was recognized prayed for in the dingy crowded room,
; Blows-was that a blow now that fell on is rich, and I am von vcr poor dealer," I had a rare lark to-day" said young and understood even us he would. where he and many of his country-folk were
f his shoulder from which the ragged little screamed the oM Hebrew excitedly ; "but Fordyce as he sat at dinner with his moth have it understood, and Ned staid his sister's all 1 huddled together. Only a little ragged
J shirt had partly] fallen ? lIe started and Levi hay not in all his shop von single vio er and sisters that evening. "I met a little hand as she Was about to toss out some! coinsto child, a beggar whola't'd on that tuneless!
I shrunk back with tho timid, frightened line that is in tho least degree so good as Italian beggar boy and what do you think the hidden player broken violin for a livelihood ; and it was no
tore of a beaten dog. But it was no brow that. :\0. sare ; you would not rob u poor he was breaking his heart about?' "No." he said hastily: ,; "there are some wonder that when a great personage with
'i t this time only the pressure of n strong handon old man ; you vill give me for him tenpoullti "Polonies or macaroni" suggested pretty cases where money is an insult.: I know why sweeping} robes and the majesty of officialdignity
k his little shrinking form. :,!." Edith the elder of the two girls."Not this child is here. on his brow, saw him standing there
What are you staring at so earnestly?" Five, and not a halfpenny more" was a bit of it," said her brother, laugh- Just us he spoke asweet young voice lifted he waxed wrathful and indignant at such
asked kind-hearted voice in the language the resolute answer and the young man ing. Ho wanted fiddle-I beg pardon; I itself up, seeming as if it must find its way audacity. In an instant he bore down
which tho child an yet only imperfectly un took the violin from the child s reluctant believe I ought to say violin. He was a rum straight to Heaven with its rich far-sound upon the delinquent and ordered him
derstood. hands and placed it on the counter. little chap, but couldn't\ he play just! !1" ing notes. On many a saints' day the boy out. The child looked in wonder at his ,
; Nothing Signor Inglesc," ho answered "Seven-six-five pounds ten," persistedthe Bid you hear him? hat new act of had walked in the processions with hundreds angry face and disgusted gestures True
timidly and shrank away with his little bro Hebrew in a most broken voice, as: each philanthropy have you been committing: ?" of other children singing what they he: was only a little beggar but
+ ken fiddle under his arm, us though ho had abatement was steadily i nored. Veil, veil The young man looked a little confused. had been taught to sing and glad to sing it might not beggars go to church if they so
done something to bo ashamed of. if it must it uuu'ts I make von great sacrifice None-at least not exactly," he replied. because tile music was beautiful and the wished? In his own i land the bare feet of
'u. Nothing? Why your eyes looked as if but it shall not be said that you vcr "I couldn't bear to see his poor, wistful lit saints would be pleased with their service. peasants and lazzaroni trod time same floor
they would start out of your head. If it had imnoshed on by one of my cousin Levi's tle face there against the window and so.- At least, 1'ippo had always felt this, but then that was swept by the silks and laces of great
been a cook-shop' now, or a baker's, I could bal violincs.! No ; sooitcr votild I sutler myself Oh, yes, I quite understand," said Mrs.Fordycc. music was in his head and his heart and ladies. lie had never been turned out of a
have ; look half starved than that and von day you may again You took him in and bought nothing could drive it thence Ho sangon : chapel or cathedral there But he was too
k 1 but this old rubbislying bric- -brac place.What seca lectio inshtrument you like-also it shall him what he wanted. If it had been u twenty now forgetful of tho flinty streets of timid to expostulate, and so shrank away at
the deuce could you see there?" be a barain-if: you go not to Levi He is guinea affair you would have done just hunger and lasting and blows! ; he sang on the great man's bidding, and left the music
lie was young man who spoke, dressed noting of a dealer noting.: I should not like the same. You are just like your poor father., in the passionate: gratitude that tilled his and the service behind him again ; nor ever
i in naval uniform but his loud hearty voice to leo a goot young gentleman likq you !imposhcd His hand was always in his pocket. I think heart for this one human being who had after that dared venture in of worship
bewildered the little lad, whose scant knowledge on by him. all the beggars in London knew him. had a kind word and look for him to-day, t for in his heart grew a fixed idea that
of tho English language prevented his The young man laughed heartily at this I am sure it is a good thing Ned does not when no other one had noticed him ; who the English God was only for the rich and
w understanding what was said]. Ho stood tirade and drew his purse out. stay very long when he i is on shore" exclaimed had given him an inexhaustible !source of prosperous' ; that he did not want beggarsand
t looking helplessly at the stalwart frame and All right I won't go to Levi," ho said. Edith: for the number of crossing. happiness this long-coveted instrument, wanderers to worship at Hi! shrine
,;.'P sunburned face of his Interrogator but something Now, put that fiddle in a case and hand it sweepers, beggar women blind men, organ- whoso strings he touched now and again So now on this bright Sunday morning he
in the kind blue eyes gave him cour- over will you?'* grinders, white mice-sellers: and imagedealers with u soft and lingering grace that woke heard the sound of ringing bells and ,de-
;,'illi age at last. He drew a step nearer. Shall t not send him for you ?" asked that flock to the street-well, it'a something them into harmony with his own voice. tured to himself the scene of that one effort
"I look but ut-this," ho said shyly,pointing the dealer persuasively "It shall come today quite too dreadful. Ned is as well And as he sang he was once more in his own of his: to penetrate into an English church
to an old violin lying among a heap of certain. known as the Prince of Wales, I think. land, and above him beamed the cloudless and then he crept' away into a corner and
t rubbish in the window. A"Thanks' said the young sailor, cautiously. What a compliment to an obscure indi blue of an Italian sky, and he saw glowing took out his new treasure, and wove fresh
"That! and what do you think of it?" But you saw Iron not pood judgeof \'hluallikl' myself{i" laughed her brother. waters and dancing waves and the brightness melodies out of his own dreaming fancies
; asked tho young man wonderingly. instruments, ami-ahem-I might ti.lrjt'twhat Well, but what did you do about the of the morning sunlight, and the little and forgot that he was living in misery, cruelly
"It makes music," faltered the child it was like." boy this morning?" asked his younger sister grassy. paths where the river ran by his side treated, and hungry often and with
Music I" laughed tho young lieutenant, Tho Hebrew had to confess himself worst Gertrude. and-he woke from his dream with a start never a living being to speak softly and tenderly
1 1jai "and what of'that?" ed in the encounter and soon after his Neil told his tale in a few words, makingso : of fear and the snap of a broken string A in his ears. The music camel him
t 1 Tho little lad'd eyes grew soft and dreamy. strange customer left the shop with the little light of the purchase of the violin that shadow fell across the moonlit road and a UHintn a land of forgetfulness and his "
T "What?" ho murmured in Italian : "only Italian lad carrying the case and trotting none of them imagined it had cost: him more harsh: voice muttered in his own tongue : eyes brightened and his lips smiled as the
that I love it; only that in all this great city beside him. than a few shillings "Thou hut sung enough ; go, ask: for lips of a child who slumbers and dreams of
it is the one thing that speaks to mo of the ".\ntll thought it mesh be all sailors are "I hope, however you did not tell the money now." beautiful things that his waking moments
( homo I have lost" so confiding" murmured tho old Israelite, child to come here?" said his mother he The child shrank back as from blow never know
Poor little chap." said his interrogator regretfully, as he turned to his dingy den. concluded his storyVe have quite "Oh no," he entreated ; not money to Netta brought him a dry crust and an -
regretfully. I don't understandyoiir lingo "J have heard it sup But still"-and ho enough i pensioners of yours already." night. I gave you the money of the kind for 'his Sunday meal, and he washed apple it
j'' ( but I dare say you're a victim of one of rubbed his dirty hands glt'efulh'till, it Besides, it is really not safe," put in prudent stranger 1 did but come hither to play to down with u draught of water that was
those rascally padrones who make living has not for me hl'cnllo bad a bargain. Five Edith: "One hears such dreadful things him in gratitude lie will understand: he warm and dull looking, and bore little affinity -
: t by sending women and children into the binding 1 gave for that old fiddle two years now-a-days about thieves' kitchens and the is so noble and good and strong, just: like to the clear, sparkling mountain streams
# streets to work for them. Would you like ago, and now five pounds I sell him fur; and like and I dare say Neil would find all his Archangel Michael in the picture on the from which he had once been wont to drink
that fiddle?" he added slowly, pointing: tot then I have secured u customer from mine deaf lame and blind beggars in full possession chapel walls, and "- Then the ;girl, who pitied the gentle
: the instrument as he spoke ver goot Cousin Levi !" of all their faculties and limbs if he "Carramba" hissed the man fiercely. "I dreamy little lad, and saw how unfit he was
u V I I. The child did not understand the question Meanwhile, the 'lIung8ailor, Ned Fordyceby only knew where they congregated." have not asked: theo to prate of archangels for such a life as he now led, bade him wash
k so to make it clearer the g man walked name, and his strange companion went "'Well what the eye doth not see the I and chapels silly fool. Go; do what I bid his face and come out with her The padrone
into the shop, making a sign to the little lad out once more into the narrow dose. street heart doth not grieve for" laughed Xt'tl.Il thee or fifty stripes" and no supper on thy had given her leave to take him: away, and
i to follow. An old Hebrew rose up from behind and hot sunshine. The little lad broke out he rose from the table to open the door, return home they would not return till the evening, and
; the counter and peered through the into a string incoherent passionate thanks, "and I am sure my ix*>r beggars have never The child answered never a word. With she would go in one of the river steamers ,
e. 1 at his customer that seriously: discomi oscd tho bluff young done any harm as yet." : proud mutedignity he put his violin Lack in and get out at where there
; gloom,.Vhat vou pleashe. saro?" he asked, rub. sailor, who had all an Englishman's: dislike But there's no'kuowln1? what they may its: case and walked away, leaving his taskmaster : fields and shady trees, and the noise weregreen
xt bing his dirty* hands] slowly together as if he to the express-ion: of gratitude on the part of do." persisted Edith pausing behind! theotilers to follow or to beg in his place. and dust and glare of the city might be forgotten -
i scented business. anyone benefited by his genenisity."t'ome as they passed out pf the dining-; Perhaps the man had a reason of his own for even a few hours 1'i
I Let me see that fiddle you have in the come, that will do," he "said, goodnaturedly. room. I'm sure when you're away Ned choosing the former source of conduct. touts feet in delight !Such a holiday
said the man. "Never mind Madonna.. I I'm always in terror lest some of those creatures In any cose, the group at the window were this >etta had often sj okcn of and
k .window"That,-violine,',young corrected the dealer. don't suppose she will trouble herself about should rob or murder" us, or set the not beset by any request: fur alms and only !but they had never been able to accomplish planned
I don't know that the name makes a graceless individual like myself." house: on fire. I really am. Ned Fordycc's sharp eyes' wondered it. lie could scarcely believe it -
Well, was possible
and And I in the proud position of that slouching shadow followed the
m returned his customer imiiatiently. The dlihllookt'tll\.httlu surprised. so am on :: even now. His '
any difference.Haul it out of;your hold and Not mind the Madonna\ ," he I acting! as a safeguard against robbery, murder of the little lath who was flitting. down the made, and his little wan face were flushed boon
let's have a look at it. doesn't' seem up to thought ; well, that certainly l'OulllIot bea I and incendiarism, laughed Neil, mer quiet street with the pale moon rays:: shining with excitement, and his big brown'
Its "." right thing to say. Truly the Madonna! was rily. What a pity more people don't know on his bare brown head, and a look of patience literally dancing with eyes: ;:
to judge by I delight as he I
much ran
hard of forbad of valuable properties. I might makequite'a and courage in his .
fine fnshtrument, sare. neglectful sometimes or hearing; my { eyes strangely at itown the dark and crooked ,
"It ish one var Hebrew indignantly. Iti"h he not prayed and lR onght her unceasingly fortune (by (hiring! myself out every variance with his tender years whereNetta awaited him in the below to :
exclaimed[ the land night really it would pay better than thenavy. lie took his:: stripes, and went street
violine of fine make, ando to send him back to his own ; hungry and She was' a rough-looking black-browed
d an old Italian I do believe besides""Oh bruised and footsore to bed, he girl
it, sare." train, and was he any nearer going now ; yet utteredno of Mine !She
Try twenty years.
wonderful might have been
.( tone his customer: con- than when he had begun the first of these do be sensible exclaimed t.illoistt'r.:: cry, and gave nil word complaint! even pretty once, but of .
"Try it! know well what 1 to pitying Netta. In his years a coarse, sordid
.. You don't sup{pose I should j petitions a twelvemonth before? Nevertheless impatiently ; you very own simple child criminal life had taken all the
)tuously:, olll thing lake he did not cease Praying 'Ut' n. You ('lir'r\' charity too far and are ish fashion he thought he deserved: 1 such from her face and womanliness a
taJ on a dirty blackened anything iu the ".\nd now. what will you do with this?"' too indiscriminate: in your alms-gmiu.! cha.ti,.eiMent for his disobedience, but in his hardened and rec.kles eyes. and left her very.
II &f If I evernutsicalline"headedlaughing.ItCrl'etrated "llIh mould asked liU new friend as they reached the There spoke a pupil, )( ;t. Theophilus." heart., said : I could not have begged; of :She> took the child's hand
: instru- end of the street salt Ned. mischievously, alluding t n a certain him. I never will beof him, though I saw J pother they went in hers, and to-
take cure to have"a fine "Play on it," answered the lad readily."I High Church curate of that name who him twenty times a day. He heard me play I' l'iI'11O| had! install out into the ]hot sunshine.

m rent'fig at llebrew.all. even"looked", with unfelgutd.tom.l may make money now amid the padrone was deeply smitten of pretty } lith. She tu-night ; he will{ understand." heard the previous memory night in of the what rapture he had oC1



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this granted holiday. To float ilowii the pointed a? steadfastly as the needle to the Heal IXroil : "h'. ItootiH nml Stationer. For Tampa. and Hey Went,
river, to feast his eyes on fields: once more -- -- -- --._-
and see the blue sky stretching wide IIHivast pole.When he reached the house It'a all in s.< I.I't ; I no HACK! mciw.Wholesale \1\
above his head, instead of being darkness.!' He had formed no plan, had no .\ 11- Steamship C'O'S I.INI.
henmiod in by thousands of roofs ; to heara distinct idea. of what he was to do, only he 1 -
bird's song from the safe, free shelter of had learned that a plan was on foot to rob, I and Retail
boughs, not from the narrow, cramped bars perhaps'! to murder, his generous young benefactor ::----t--tI :: rL
of a cage ; to see the tufts of reeds and sedges and he must! warn him of it. He |>OOKS, STATIOXr.KY: .+
Banding high Ihis own head on the river crept around the house. All was quiet. It I A nr.siicAitu: : 1I0'l'1'.. I 1)

banks ; above all, to have no fear of harsh w:1.. semi-detached villa, and a small garden -----L-- And MI'NIC'"
voices and blows! for the :: _::
glad lengthof ran around it, leading to a large square
a summer afternoon ; tin! was as much joy at the back of the house. Pippo' knew that Situated directly the Railroad: '
in A!) \\ .:", 11v :STKKT,
as his little heart was capable of holding for from the back an l'nfr:111"I'111,1: ,l be effected
hours after. ; be had overheard men say so. Silent CARRYINO Till! 1'.1'4. MAIL,

They were lying in a field! with the river as a !shadow he Ilitted up the steps' and IN OXK: Otf TIII: JACKSONVILLE I : FLORIDA. .
stretching before them like a streak of silver mounted the balcony, on which two long
in the rays of a full August moon 1'ippo French windows opened. They were closely I IHI'I.TlIJI.T \1l': of the staunch and elegant Steamer,
rested his check on the cool, soft grass, and shut and shuttered, but n.s be placed his eye O of the above Line will leave Cedar Key
drank in the quiet beautof the scene with to the pane he caught a faint gleam of light, : :: I'AUTM OF FLORIDA.! every :Monday at fOI I p. m., for

gr'ellyeyes. A deep sight passed his lips. With beating heart and face white as death 101"1
When would such: a holiday! be his again ?'' he looked in. The shutters had: evidently ;H.'hnnl! Hooks || 5pcci11lly."CIS "'"n'I"', .Manatee,
As the thought was in his: mind he heard been unfastened, and through the crack this For particulars "' And Itraiilentoun
the far-otTchiute of some church clock !striking ray shone at intervals. Fven as he looked Itlter and Oeeaii Steamhoat.s.jre "" ,
the hour. :Mechanically he counted the it' event out, and all was dark again. The FLOttlDA MIRROR, and every :Monday and Thursday at 4:(00p.

strokes. Nine! At the last he sprang! to his l'hihll'a"le.llll.. hand over the window, and 3-tf Femandina:. Fla. ,- 1111Ith.1N 1.1N1.: '"altJ III, for
feet with 1\ err of terror, sharp and sudden. found that a whole pane of glass had. been -- -- --- ,
"Netta," he said wildly ; Xetta, I must go removed lie then timidly pr,' sell the !shutter I'nittu llnsHit"" and Key "'''N'.
back. I had forgotten Oh, Xetta, Netta, and found it gave way at once. The men :::\,
wake! were here then, and their dastardly work .r' -- ,
The girl was: fast asleep, but his startledcry had begun. Without an instant's hesitationthe : Connections made at Cedar Key with the
roused her, and she sat! up and looked lad threw back the !shutter and dashed ,i Florida Transit Railroad from and to all
him with drowsy' stupefied\ 'es.Vhat into the room. In that second! \ of time .. points Xorlh until West ; at Punta! Rassawith:
\ ii is it ?" she asked. the whole scene was photographed on his: '- Steamer; for Fort slyer 1 Foil. Ogdcn, and I
"I must go back-last night-and then to brain. Two black-masked figures) were bending Pine Level
forget I Oh, the wasted time I Nctta, dear over a of i,late that they had: taken U.--------! 1.1 111111 1 1' S Through Tickets are on sale at Fcrnan-
Netta, let us!' hurry home ; we may bo in from the sideboard\ ; and a* the l boy's entrance -- ---- -TU--L.1.- 1 tibia, Jacksonville, lIltll'willl'! and (Ccilnr
time vet Oh, how could I forget ? How startled them, the light of a bull's-eye Key, at greatly reduced rates: for all principal
could: I ?" lantern !Hashed full on his face. An oath Will leave Cedar Key points t on 't the (!ulf ('OIlSt.J. .
What are you talking a out1"' asked the and a blow followed in quick\ succession, but M. (5ALPIIIX. Jen'l; Ag't, -
1 girl crossly. Her slumber !had been very the lad slipped like an eel through the fingers FOR XF.W: ORLKANS) KVKRY: OT1IF.R 1 l.'l:! Cedar Key, Fla.
pleasant, and! she did not like to be dis that sought to detain him, and, throwingopen I'11111.1 Y. .--.-- I

turbed."Oh.Netta. the door, raised a shout of alarm that ;:f-S.1\'ANNA11, FURNAN1)IN.1"tp) :
I" cried the little lad, his white roused every inmate of the house. Then
terrified face bent pleadingly toward her. with equal rapidity: hesprangon the heap of tau
Let me go home. I know what they are plunder that the two men had been fastening )FOR KKY: WKST AXD! HAVANA

going to do to-night, those wicked men. in a leathern case, and with his: feeble TIII: .''., mi ).\ I'\: 'UitV OT1IKR: S.1'f ll! 111,1! \'. ,':\'rJAcKSONCII.I.I-'tv I ]: ,
Netta, if anything happens to him I shall arms thing round It, and his: little frail body f ,
never forgive myself. I ought to !have warned interposed between them and their booty, rpOWN IMPROVKMKXT: : COMPANYFemaiidina ,
him. I meant to. and then-this afternoon, he strove to defend it for his benefactor's j "'i..4-. ,

and it was..all. so, beautiful.. and. I forgot till sake."Come. PARSONS: : : & HALF:, Agents, i Ti11I01'GII MXIl: ;ioo. i--
now, and it is late, and- Luigi," cried one of the men I in !n-I\:$! Cedar Fla.M .. ..
Don't be foolish, Pippo," interrupted the alarm. "The whole house is up.1'e shall!! ______.n. -_ .___ Key_ .___ __ -+ ............. ......... .............. ..".
girl. I know what they are going to do, be caught. Fly" )
and I was! told to keep out of the way. Host I won't go without this," muttered the Town Oil R. It. Line.And A L LORY'S \1' f

contented ; you can do good now ; 'it is too other with an oath. You young devil will i Cedar Hej.Offers ,. ,I;,
1.'I.OIUn.S'I''ISIIII: MX 1-1.
late you let go ? I SI ISLAND ) KOUTE.:
The little lad turned on her with such a The little lad did not answer ; his strength III
look of horror, shame and agony in his great was nearly gone, his breath only came in -i
wild eves as struck her to the heart. You pitiful gasps. Ho had but the mute, dumb Only Direel Line to Xew York.TIIK --.
know 1" persistence of an inflexible purpose to keep to )Lessees mid\ Purchasers'' a large
It was all lie said. Then, with one appealing his I senses from failing ; he could not waste number of the must eligible and desirable: 'I.1111: lIEOHm.I"J.OHW.) ) .\
glance to the calm, wide heavens I that them now III idle words. There was a struggle Lots, suitable for llusirtcss Purposes, or for IXJ.\P STKAMUOAT: CO tf I;
looked so bright and pitiless and far above, but the man could: not !shake oil*that tenacious City' orSubuiban: Residence: ( *. i
he sprang away like an arrow from bow, hold, and! the sound of footsteps: .1 10:0&I:
and with Meet feet that balled the girl's warned him to dl'sist.'ith one last curse, l'I'OSS: TIMIMS.::
I instant pursuit, he traversed the field path hissed! through his close-set teeth, he loosed \ --"--L..o'; ,:
by the riverside and was lost to sight in IL few his hold. Liberal Discounts oil Values allowed to '' '
moments. Little devil, at least you shall have your harliesengagel in manufacturing or industrial : FINK: STKAMSIIIPS: : ,

Netta's senses, though drugged by, drink reward," he cried, and drew a long, sharpdagger : who will|' Flit mi the property I INII
wisTiitTII.VAS.: : Ii
and sleep, were yet quick enough to warn from his belt, and stabbed, him to the purcbuscl\ substantial! improu'incntsfor : i
her of the danger in store for her should heart. The red blood gushed, III a torrent residence, or in which to conduct their (CA1T. I MINKS I I : ,\
Pippo succeed in his attempt ; but !she was: over Pippo's arms as thev bad clasped what business.1XDFCKMKNTS: .
lit) match for him in speed, and when !she he hail l given his life to defend ; : : :; T() 1.\ IW.\I.jTH-( ('1'1'CU' AMAS, FLORIDA ItA 1'-11':; RAILROAD, I
reached the landing-stage I she found there .\ sickness and darkness stole over him ; KRS: by exemption for (teim of years from'
was: no sign of him, and that the last boat he felt Ills hands relax their grasp, and he taxation, uttered by tie !several cities anti CAIT. RISK. TOAll
had left an (hour before. He will have to fell face downward on the hI.II It I-: tai 1Il'11 floor towns Apply atjrfrOnieccor.
walk all the way," !she thought to hl'l': l'if. as the !Hash of lights, the sound of voices O\i: of the above, :Steamers: will leave Point. North anil U'ewt
"lie cannot be in tune" filled the room. P.eachH5tf It lists.( lYrnandina. Fernandina 1 for New York every'I'hurslay ,

But Pippo bad no intention of walking. The scene told its own tale but the sound on arrival of afternoon trains from '
------ --' -- ofiet Ing comfort unrivaled I a delightful\ !lnll1I'r
lie had noticed the position of the railway of the voice beloved I, the presence of the .L- Jacksonville and Cedar (Key. !
inland full
a strictly watcr-ioursc of
lines, and he knew they must lead to a station friend for whom his& loyal little lifeh.nl been Tiiis! I line, having no transfers! to make ,
and! as: soon as he was out of Xetta's: sacrificed/ r"l'alll'ell'il'i"i: scattered. senses" between, interesting PAI.\CK scenery.'t'he Sna.Mnis; ,
fight: he made his way to the little town, and through; the dim haze jif death hestretched
and some curious! chance or blind instinct, out his& hands to Ned Fordyie. FKRNANDINA: ) ) XKW: YORK,
guided him directed. to the spot besought. It is: all safe, signor i ;' be said. I keptit.
Yet here a fresh dilhVulty awaited him. Ho 1 meant to-to warn \'ollhul I came too Oilers the Captain JOHN FIT/.UKHU,
had no money wherewith to buy a ticket. late for that-only--1 I'al.that. they should
The clothes on his back and the violin in not rob you, and\ they-have not !" ]IIESTXU I clm.\ l'I' "rl' TRANSPORTATION' : AM S

his! hand were his only ]possessions.: : : The engine Neil FWdvce threw himself down beside! TO FLORIDA : '
was :screaming'! : and pulling, the passengers the little lad, and tore open the ragged shirt, ( 1'1'Cu. IlltllG1l'N:
were already. taking their places. The and strove to stanch the fast: !Mowing blood, Vegetables: mid Fruits will receive 1'1'1.dal Captain ---,
1 child dared not hesitate. He sprang into a while his brave young face grew palo as that curt in handling.PASSKNOKR .
carriage where the people were humbly of the lIIar \'rclchiht. l.enve.lacksonvilkeverylunaluyI'cln 'cdayand -
dressed, .and which he thought would bo Why did\ \011110 this?" be askedsorrow- t : : ( : ACCOMMODATIONS I ( ARK: Frlclayly Steamboat Kxprcss: lllfta ;
cheapest to travel in, and I sat trembling in a fully. ;"I would thousand times sooner m.
corner at his own temerity until the train have lost all this w'nrthlesstrash, than had a FIRST-CLASS.: !. Leave Fernandina by Steamer! Florida, on
was fairly started. Then he rose up and human life sacrificed. to save it." nrrh'ulof Train.
stretched out his little hands in an agony of The heavy lids opened and the glazl'll eyes The traveling public are oll'crcd the advantages .\rrlvt'lItl'lavulIlIllh every 'fuesday'I'hurs,
appeal to the wondering passengers. seemed to smile.i of a DIRI-XT; LINK:, WITHOUT day: amid Saturday, H u. m.
Oh he cried "I "You were so good," said. the child softly. Till': I"I.OUII\ ANY CHANUKS.: ; Conncilions made at Close i'on net't Ion made at Hauinnnh with
good people, am poor
and I had always been unhappy till I-saw Fernamlina with till steamboats for all Palace. Slciimshlps I) of the OCKAN: HTKAM-:
little and! I have
Iul. no someone
money 1" AND .NI( ) points, on the :St. John's. klawaha and
little ) and
I know is in great danger to-night, and you. Perhaps you will remember me a \ every Wednesday
I him and him. It will kill -sometimes-and help some other childlike Indian Hh'I'TI.lIlIcl with the Transit Rail- Saturday. for New York. Also with lloston.Haltimori
must to
get warn
'sclf-juot for sake. 'f/un'lo-/ i OFFKliSOOO.OOO l::; runt at Fernandina for all railroad stations ) and Philadelphia steamers, and
I the iron
if 1
me cannot. thought way Pippo's
would carry me quickest, and so I came inhere lin is out there-on '. I should AereM and for I have like to take it with me, becauseyou gave .
but they turn me ,
no moiicv to pay may them. You know how I' it-for, though doubtless! the :Madonna: will Of the. most! FRKKJI1T; AND} PASSF.NfJKR: : RATKH For State-Rooms and Through Tickets,
in Heaven it will not be quite AS (..oW14 IIY I IXDUM-XT: ) UNIX.Through apply to
much it is, and I will play to you all the give me one .H'CI'lmI'XP:: :: : ) DKSIRAULK" :
for pieces as it the same-as yours -
just so
he.way Oh, good many people copper, it is for more than may Then hit bead fell back like a tired child's, I.\.MiH I.N TIIK zi' Rates and Bill! of Ijidingo l-ete A Alilen'N, Tonrlwt Ollleeni""

charity, it I is for a life I pray Do hear and and his eyes: I saw the face he lo\ed no more.So ::01'1'In'; ] FLORIDA! all points.
help me-, for the love of the God you serve !" Pippo found his re\\'llTlt.-.fll tie YmrJloltlllJ. For passage or further' information/ apply .JlIl'k/lUIIVllll'-'oTlH'r of Hay and OceanStreets
.\t only $1.2.1 per acre to new settlers, with tu ; :St. AUj.'lIlIlinl-lllx 'HUomficld'*,
The passionate appeal, the sight of the little
iieurtho Post-Ollhe I'ullllku-W. O.
eager face and.l tear-blinded eyes, stirred \..\\' .\.h''r'bi"Jlu'n/sl.",, the privilege of selection in parcels of Id R. W. SOFTIIWICK.Fcrnandinu.Agent, JlII lll'/I' )Drug Store; ; ; Fernamlina, Kgmont Woltz t

many hearts there to sympathy Itefore the -- ----- --- .---- --- acres or more. These/ lands are ltaateslttn ('. II. )MALLORY .t ('0., Hotel.
child had touched a !string or played a note 1-ICO\n.\OX. and adjacent to the line of the.1TL.1N'fl Pier1)! East River, New York 2-tf iUSTAVK I :; I':: LKVK.: .:
eager hands thrust the money into his; .lIr.mIII accordance with the laws of ien'l) Pass. Ag't Hen! Island Route.
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4 own, and kindly voices were uttering assurances the :State of Florida, his excellency. Dt : (', OFLF AN1)1' "fr INDIA J. X. JIARItlMAN: ,
of sympathy in his ear. He thanked Jinx uuni, governor, did 1, on the ,'!oth day of SI'nn::11 SCIIln11111: :: H-'N) Manager.
them with the rapturous ecstasy of I southern March, A. D. 1KM, I by proclamation, declare TRANSIT CO.'S; R. R., ---- -- y
gracethat t for once overcame his natural shyness the charter of the city of Fernandina repealed TIIK s'rEtN.lt+jtv ,$rHT. 1.ItHI'Jm: ..t1 t
and then, true to his word, he played and dissolved! ; extettlingfrun FKRNANDINA: : on the AtLmtic .. ,-
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to them with all his': heart in the music he AM WII F.1tY.\II, A mayor and five aldermen toCKDAR KlJV.mi: the poured forth. The noise of the train bewildered have been appointed and qualified I, I JST. JOHXS ] i (1'1'\ POINT } -
thus affording to the producer '
i heap, < onstatit -
him ; the sparks of fire and colored and. a reorganization the City of 'Fcrnan- 4 .. --
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lights signals! Mashing, by dazzled his eyes ; tuna been perfected, under the provisions of and rapid true"j>ortatioii (to the best
the darkness! and clamor as the carriages an "act of the legislature of Florida, entitled markets. .

rushed through the long black tunnels, an act to repeal and dissolve municipal The belt of country travelled |Iy the! Trail- 1
frightened !him, as all things weird and corporations: under certain circumstances,
strange: frighten a child ; but his heart was! and provide the manner in which such cities fit R. R. embraces TIIK HTEtMCKM

filled with a brave and steadfast puq ose. may become T'lncorl'onltl1I, approved( February .
]:\'JmYIII'I'Y: : : OF HO1Lto 1'L/1lA Mt RT11.1 ,
and nothing but death would have stayed 21, tISI'I! ;0" -----
him now. 4 'uu', therffure I, (itukiv Stark, Jl'iyijr.! call Captain Run tuiMO.v Captain -- -
When they told him he could get no nearer inon all law-abiding citizens to unite and I l he f'JlJwlln the State, a lame projiortion '\'S rJl.I.I.uv\ (' Fi-rnundinii Jacksonville -
to the place he wanted that night, he aid in the enforcement of law and the establishment being i eculiarly adapted l to the culture of and Ptilutku, and intermediale land- ;-lr DAILY HKRVJCK.-ri; :
bade them all farewell and got out, and as of good government in ourcity. HfcMi-TKOFictL FnriTsand I .::1J'ly't'J.tallf'IC, jugs on the St. John's River, and HavannaJiml
he stood the las brown {'urlilistt'ning : In whereof I have hereunto Charli-xtoii, us folows :
on platform testimony and The Lure, ('u/llll/tt halls of Tuiilrtmake The Flora leaves rnandiiia\ fur St Murv'r
in the lamplight, his violin set my band this lath day of April' ailRFl.1.1.1 From Fernandina River landings every ,Monday Weilnemfay!
l'lasjll in his arms, hisl'.cs gazing bewildered _\. I D. 11, at the mayor's ollice, these lands worthy of anti Friday-returning on 'ruesday1'Iuurs.
l and frightened around him, many a City of Fernamlina, Florida. ..1.1/J.\. TOoh). iuwnufu'Utrcrs of (LI-MUKH FOR JACKSOXVILLK:; Aim PALATKA, day Saturday.The. .
woman's dim with pity us the t). STARK, Mayor.
eyes grew AXD XtVAL STOBW.XKW. ;KVKRY: : AVKDNiyDAY.-H:) : ;) Martha leaves l-Vrnandina for same
train whirled off, and his feliow-passengers .\ttl'!>t : KMIL: O. FKIKM, Clerk. jM.lnts! every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
lost sight of him at last. : KKTTLF.R.SPun.having : ; From Fernandina -returning every Monday, \4ihuirtlay
There was a long walk still before him, FOR SAM:. and Friday.Through.
and the way was strange and there were iWEIJ.1NU: IiqUHK: .: CONTAINING land from this compaiiy ure fur. FOR SAVANNAH *xi. CHARLF: TON
but few people of whom to ask it, and those 1.\. nine rooms, well finished, and furnished, Bills or .adilla
nished with entire free jMUMyetm the Trim- ;ti1-KVJUY: : FRIDAY.-**.
t few either ignored or misdirected him. The with lot of land iJlOsi'iOfeet, never-failing
::;--*"\ sultry heat of the day which had portended well of water,tank capacity sixty barrds.good fit Jiailroinl for family and js-rsonal MetU T'litKe connection made uith stcarocrxfor by MALLORY'H/ LINK i.f Steamer* to llt
the .
i a storm now i begun: to fulfill it. promise, and barn and out buildings, number of orange to the station nearest the land I'IIrI'lla'it"J. Iflloiivilli( and I KntcrpriM-: with I t-tcam- isjntaon "'t Jlurj"a.Tome ) .
l the roll of thunder overhead, and the heavy and fig trees twenty-five varieties of H*** : TITLK: 'tHU'Un being derived by ors fir klanubu Kiu-r; al* It splash of raindrops on his face warned) him other Mowers and hrubs too numerous to with for New Yurk, Philadelphia, with
the New York Charleston and
of its approach. Still he battled on mechan- mention. For further particulars, apply)' toMRS. grant from the Fnitc l Hate and purchase Jhs'ton amid I!I:1lt: II 1111 ra III I at CliarlesUin with Savannah "Steamers. '
; icnlly. though vague terror shook his little K.: MlTiCll( from the State of Florida. tcanu-M for St'W'tlrlc, Philadelphia\ Haitii .
L.j soul. fur he held all storms: and warfare nf On the premises at Old Town.Firnandina tore i and with Northeastern A: South Curio- (50OD! ) ACCOMMODATIONS:;

the elements in superstitious: dread. A clock _. Fla., February '.1(}. ISM-:$,m.FOII CORRKSPONDKNCI; : : SOLICITED.Descriptive :) ina ItailnuuN for route North, East: amiVtt. for Passengers. Kxcun-ionltts: ami Touristy
was striking: midnight when heat List discovered will find this a very attractive trip, as.. the
the street he wanted and had SIM:. Mtrxund I t Iru'l'LUll! mailed lOll scenery is grand, and alligators und other
searched for so long. He was drenched to VDKSIRAULK: IIOI'>K CONTAIN'I 'IRST-t'iaSS!: PASSKNCJKU: : AC't'O UJO.JM'fIOSH. game are abundant & '

the skin with the heavy rain ami! his brain CloHs, front Piazza applii-ation. CIIAS. W. LKWJS.: ;..:r- Kit: her of the above Stcamem, con I I.e
scented diz/y and bewildered bv the shock of large Yard, Ordn!;. Lemon and Itananu Through: Tickets and. Htatmtomn tIt''urt'i1 chartered for excursion | the thunder's roar and the Mash of the vivid Trees. Centrally located u.iod title, etc. aml linuuisionr.Oltlr anal all information funii hil l at ofllce, torur For further information! apply. to
lightning. Still, that one purpose was! in For further! ]>articuldr, inquire at this .e nor. ]!twit) and joI;Seven!: Ht: &. Centre and I ruitjnd ..tr'tol. .\. W. NO\ ES. About
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THE FIOUDA LI1 increase of time tax rate would Lave been The intelligent respondent: of the Macon carry, the products of the West over the not more than $300 per acre, and sold we knowof
1t01i. which, have been at $l,0Hj(
J1ecessar '. We do nottliink that possibility Journal and Mcsserger draws attention to our competing lines of railway from the banks per no acre groves, but of many which have been sold

4' : rendered any less Imperative upon the legislature advantages, as a pticc of summer resort. The of the Mississippi to the great metropolis of for le8If it is simply meant that grove

SATURDAY, APRIL SS', 1S8LTHK to set the example of a reasonable:! natural inquiry wli then be : Is Fernandina the nation. just coming, into bearing ought tube considered

,' -, _. --.__.__.._.___..____ ..___ ___._. no._',,' reduction in their and of New York applauded worth $2,000 per acre, that is well
own pay expenses.The a watcring.placc liimcdiately on theseulikethe The merchants \ enough, but such is certainly not the market

ECONOMIST. Mwidian correctly nays that the legislature great watering: places on the sea-shore at the eloquent' \periods of their. Senator, and value, mind we are sure that our Orange county

FERNANIMNA MIRROII.-The crowded state made a mistake not framing more the North? We are obliged to answer, no. gave liberally to carry out the Republicansuccess friends would not like to have th'jir

1 of our columns defers the republication of stringent revenue law. The property valu Our city is situalel on Amelia Island, and which was to forever insure the supremacy proves made subject to taxation on this ba
r the Mirror't article on scrip.; Meanwhile, we of New York, and the maintenance sis. Most of the statements made ns to the
I ation of Florida as n whole is far less than a fronts on the Amelia river and harbor. The
can but express our astonishment the edi of the great arteries of trade. The electionis sales oforamgegrove property or the income

tor's assertion that the Economist complains correct assessment would show. The personal sea-shore is l about !one mile or more cast of over, and thegreat movement time stores received, are exaggerated) and based on street

f'depart I estate of the country largely escapes us. It is reached by a fine shell road, but of grain in the West has begun to seek a talk, nnd because they are so they tend to

I taxation, and the real estate has to bear needing to be repaired; somewhat. There arc market. throw discredit upon the real, actual and reliable "
the departments, executive, judicial or legislative The Canadian government, on the one value of the orange culture. Let usgo -
in which there should not be a nearly the whole burden Hut no revenue no hotels or boarding-houses, or houses of hand, arc making their canals free and aid slow and keep within the limits of facts,

reduction of expenses at least! one-half, in law, however stringent, could he made effective any kind, at the bach, except some !small! ing to move n portion of this great grain and it will be better for the country

r! our o pinion, two-thirds, bringing them under our present system of county batll-houses: or shelters. How, then, i is the trade to the shipping ports at Halifax. The _.
, I down to the old standards."-Kconomist. New York Journal/ of Commrrre has J sounded
officers. beach be : AND
reached nnd how visitors to
are :
the effect/ of the movement,
We hasten to correct our statement ns to the alarm as to
Until we overturn the whole accretion of be accommodated? On these two questions!: and urges making the canals free of tolls to relation to Quarantine, adopted
the extent of the Kconomht't view in
: patched-up revenue laws, and have n new depends t the availability of our city as a summer counteract it. It now calls attention to anew by the Hoard Health
ways of reduction of expenses. The weight danger more menacing, more certain, of XUSNUH" County.
I one framed and made consistent in all its resort. Our own people living in the
, of his criticisms had: appeared to us to lie and more damaging than the other, which SECTION 1. During the quarantine season,
in the direction of the executive department parts and with njnodc of assessment! based interior cannot afford to pay the prices-as cannot be poh-pohcd by the New York Senator it shall be the duty of the pilots to conduct

J and the As the upon business! principles a-id business methods they do not require the style-of entertainment and which will grow wider, larger and to the quarantine grounds all vessels:: urriv-

F \ legislature. appears by we shall make no progress. expected by the winter visitors from broader every succeeding year : ing in the harbor of Fernandina, except the
I :above, the Economist proposes! a reduction of coastwise steamers, and bring to an-
is lines of
without vigorously
I The legislature devoted itself system the North. They \\i1lllot seek the seashorefor New York commerce now
: the judicial salaries to onc-Iuitf or even one- menaced from the Southwest. Our attention chor at such quarantine grounds all such
. and without an intelligent appreciation business, but for sea air, sea bathing nnd remain for such time the
r as
third. In this we cannot agree with the is for the moment called off from Canadian vessels! there to
I Economist that there would of what was required, to patching and perpetuating change. As "Jack Plane" suggests, they rivalry to consider::! the Mississippi as a Port Phvsician shall designate, amid the said

hetruCt''onomyI the old IliathinC'r)'. come to the sca-shore, like the aboriginal competing route for Western::. grain to Eu hall I immediately notify the Port
I true wisdom. The present salaries off Ead's jetties have changed Physician by flying the national! ensign l at
It is true that the constitution of 1H08/ inhabitants to salted. If make rope. Captain
f three Supreme Court judges is $3,000, and of get we can the situation at the mouth of the great l l'cr.. the foremast-head: of the arrival 1 of said vessels
I circuit is made provision for the increased number of it pleasant and inexpensive for them, our Steamships of the largest draught can conic and the said pilots shall hand 1 the master
our seven j judges : $2,500 mm num.
if per members: of the legislature: and it is easy to people in the interior will conic here to up to New Orleans and take in cargoes. The or 'person having charge of said vessel: acopy

1!i Certainly not extravagant, and not above see why the Radical constitution makers! of spend a part of the summer. We should, effect of the deepened channel is felt, as we of these rules and regulations.SEC. .
C r the judicial salaries! paid in any of ourSoutliern predicted it would be, to the remotest navigable 2. All vessels quarantined under! the! ,
that day an additional member for then set out with the idea of low and
reasonable its of these rules shall remain nt said f
states, and but a fair compensation for }point on the Mississippi far up ::! provisions!
every 1,000 registered voters. The counties rates of beard at our hotels and tributaries. Wherever a barge can go thereis quarantine without communication with

limo learning, ability and position which containing the largest population were nil boarding-houses. Our livery stables should a new route open\ for Western grain all the shore, or with any person persons whatever .

should accompany the judicial office. We the to Europe. It is only necessary! to or with any other boats or vessels of any
filled with a preponderance of negroes, and<< make it convenient and cheap to supply way
could doubtless! have the ofliccs filled at make one shift at New Orleans into the hold description whatcvcrunless! by special permission
1. but safe in the provision gave to Leon, Alachua, JcfTer- them vehicles in getting to and from the of a European steamship.! Since February of the Port Physician ; and no personor
$1,000 wn are sayingthat
t per year, son and Duval four members each ; to Jackson beach ; round-trip tickets should be issued, 19 of the present year the golden harvests of persons} or boats or vessels:: shall visit or

I the lawyer who would accept the office Gadsden, Madison and Kscambia: three good for passage! to the beach and back, at the West have been pouring into the Crescent hold any communication with any quarantined -
t at that salary would be greatly underpaid or City. The bulk of grain shipped by vessel: unless by special authority
each and nIl to be and low
were should
expected remain rates. P.athingsheltcis be put
t dear at any price. Were the present salaries river from MilrnesnhaVisconsin! : Illinois, from the Port Physician.SEC. .
t t Republican counties. Hut we have up, and hathinn!suits, towels, etc., should be Indiana, :Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska up 3. It shall be the duty of the Port

reduced one-half, as proposed by the Economist failed to see any constitutional amendment procurable on the srot. to the 11th inst.!: i is 3,730,000;) bushels! or 570- Physician to visit all vessels!: ::! arriving in

t I we should find it impossible to have offered by the late legislature to repeal this Fernandina shoull at once build a good 000 more than had been shipped! by the !same the harbor of Fernandina as:! soon as:!

Much men on the bench as Judge Maxwell, route up to the corresponding!: date of 1880, possible: : after such arrival is reported to him
t new creation of membership even looking street railway out to the beach. The shell in section 1 and
Governor Walker. Dawkins though navigation was:! open six weeks ear- by the pilots as provided ,
f Judge Judge
to such a purpose or any effort to diminish! road should be put in perfect order, and we lier in that year. The capacity of the barge inspect{ :said vessels! and if in good sanitary

t t I Uaker, etc. Our ability to keep such men the onerous expense of a legislature of over should in every way make our city attractIve tows is enormous. Three tows in one week condition he shall give a certificate of health,
the bench must them bushels down the river. them to on their
on depend on giving a took nearly 750,000 and allow proceed voyage,
members. The
suggestion ofa mild visitors.
one : to
fair compensation and support. It be pleasant The largest: steamship' cargo of grain ever but if lie shall find any of said vessels in a
rr \ may reduction of their own pay was treated with We have no doubt our neighboring city Carried out of New Orleans was 113ooObu'h-: foul or unsanitary condition, he shall order

/. \ I that we have too many circuits but that results levity and ridicule by the majority. We are would be glad to avail itself of the quick els. The barge lines::! are therefore enabled to the said vessel: or vessels quarantine} un-

fa In part from the sparsely-settled char- glad to exonerate the senator of this district transit and great advantages so convenienta keep a small fleet of European steamships! til thoroughly cleaned and fumigated and

I i acter of n portion of our State. The solicitors busy at New Orleans. Up to this time, however put in good sanitary! condition, after which
receive of $f2.j} This from these comments, as hii:! record shows a sea-side resort, but we must make some there has been no lack of ocean transportation ::!- !he shall give said vessel a certificate of

a salary per year. consistent effort to reduce expenses and to effort ourselves. at that }point Steamships have health and allow her to proceed to her destination .

is certainly not exorbitant compensation, prevent the increase of taxation. always been on hand to receive all the grain through or within the limits of the V

and cannot well bo reduced. ns fast ns it arrived.! Additional vessels will port of Fernandina, except in such cases as
We do not think the salaries of the judges A CIGILLENGB.We 1HSCOVKHY be provided if necessary. \Vc notice that the are provided for by sections 4 and 5 of these
Ponce de Leon first: made land on the managers of the Anchor Line are inquiringinto regulations.SEC. .
and solicitors are too high and we do find the following extraordinary statement -
1 any in the Florida Mirror handsome eastern coast of Florida on Sunday the 27th the prospects' of a continued direct ::; 4. All vessels from ports where contagious
not think the Economist will find many per a very trade between New Orleans J and Europe. At or infectious disease existed at the
1 + at Fernandina its issue he- of March 1512 but did not set foot
published<< day upon
lions to concur in its views, that the judges : Caper. t eti March 20 I present the outlook is certainly encouraging; time of departure of said vessels: or from
: its shores until the 211 of in latitude
April, for foreign steamship owners::! (desiring n profitable Key West: Fla., or ports in the West Indic! ,
i ghoul be reduced to $1,250( or $833: and solicitors The shipments at the port of Fernandinafor <<
+ 30 8', at a point probably a short distance business! as grain carriers.Of or that shall have sickness of a contagious -
to $41'l-or $308. Economy: may bo the month of February, as given in our course bushel of grain to infectious character on board
northerly of St. Augustine. The Indian or upon(
last amounted to feet increaseof
4,4(50,000 an bushel
\ carried too far. and become parsimony. We Europe ra Mississippi: : is a diverted their arrival or that shall not have a clean
feet the is said to have been
do think however that the criminal 1.C547.000 over I corresponding name of the country from Northern routes.! It is so much bill of health from the port from which she
expenses month last : cent. With the
ti'enmuil JWpcr .Cautio, but Ponce do Leon following the taken away from the export trade of New last sailed, in accordance with the form prescribed
'> could be largely reduced by a more increasing << aim production of lumber custom of the times, by'reason of havingcome York. Just: now, before the Erie: Canal i is by the National Hoard of Health,
in East: Florida to
economical and summary method of dealing wo may expect equal Palm Pas- open, the railroads: alone feel the loss. They shall be quarantined until quarantine is declared -
the of sister in the coast on Sunday-
) with petty offences; and we think the executive figures our enterprising port upon have attempted to turn the currcnt their way removed by the Hoard of Health of
% I the West before many years. Tile tU/II/f/le of cua Florida ns it is called in Spanish-and by reducing rates. The Pool has::! made two Nassau county.SEC. .

I department can bo reorganized in the our tmrt already surpasses" that 1'ennacnla.! probably delighted with the grl'en'erdnre reductions, lowering the grain freight to 23 5. All vessels! from infected ports, ex-

interest of economy. To bring about these, Wu statement.call on Brother The Fairbanks to he sustainhis and flowering glades:' which opened upon his cents per 100( pounds.: It is said that private cept as provided in section 4, shall be quarantined

reforms should bo our aims by amendment shipping news publishes terms are made still cheaper-as low as 19 for a length of time that shall, when
does not do He but three to his inland the name
view supposed
so reports
gave cents per 100, or about 11 cents a bushel. added to the time such vessel! shall lavebeen:
of our criminal laws and by amendments to barks, one brig and t three schooners in port, of FI.oRJnA-I'iliJlwks'! History of Florida, \'l'lIl1t these reduced the roads
figures ::! cannot at sea, make the time f fifteen ((15)) days, then
' constitution. We confess that faith and the clearances are the same in number,
our deflect the tide in
page 17. : now setting so strongIv :such vessel: shall be thoroughly fumigated,
and of the I including "steamers.' We ask his attention to to New Orleans. While lines I'aliitafcOllll1
in the ability disposition legislature We find the following appropriate lines:'!, barge can cleaned and put in a good -
list and rectificationof
our shipping request a
to deal with constitutional questions: is: ship wheat and corn from any river pointof tion, and receive a certificate of health from
his local editor's r'port-'cI/8&rol Ga- suggested by the above occurrence, in the the West and Northwest to New Orleansat the Port Physician, and then, and not until

much shaken, but if the people can agree as zette. New York JUI/t'Ualof Commerce : a cost: of 0 to 8 cents a bushel, the railroads then, shall such vessel: be at liberty to pro- J

to what they want, they can instruct their Our respected cot enmporary of the Pcnsaco-: : 1'ASCUA FLORIDA. cannot get the lion's share of that traf cecd to her destination through or within

the to out their his astonishment fic. the limits of the of Fernandina and if
servants ( legislature) carry la Gazette expresses: our With the tide of glad emotion port ,
]Hut we arc chiefly concerned in view of quarantined '1 hall hoM communication
( -
wishes. statement that the of Fernandina any
i tonnage Which Faster: Sunday brings: ,
the effect of this river competition on the n with other quarantined vessel,
exceeded that of Pensacola, and challenges When memory bursts in blossom: : Erie: Canal. New York has abolished tolls: then such vessel any shall be miarantined for fif-
OUK STATE EXPENSESWo ns to the proof We hll.lln view when penning And hope shining Ponce wingi de Loon, on svo.t-boumd freight. This is an advantage teen days additional in addition] to all other

entirely concur with the Floridian that the paragraph the ollicial statement Comes When! a thought his wild,of adventurous sail that will be felt by east-bound freight also, lines or penalties imposed by these regula
for canal boats will West and will
more :
we must provide for the of our neeeteary for the ending June, 187'J! : llode far and bold on the western wave, go tions.
,Payment year furnish for at low
transportation more grain the
but SEC. 0. For present Key West: and. nil
we concur
;,' ; with expenses that when tho are greater 1" <,Fernandina(, : us
; than necessary! and can expenses be curtailed, the responsibility -vessels entered............. 310 With a strange: intense devotion both ways. Until that i is done New York America, nnd in Mediterranean: Sea, or

I lies upon the legislature to curtail Jo'l'rlHlIlIlina-ton. on yes ent.......... 't .j,5l! His! eye the ocean scanned, commerce has reason to fear competitionfrom coast of Africa, shall be deemed infected

expenditures and reduce taxation. Mirror. l''nRacola-ton, on ves. en 198,305: In search of a fabled island: the Mississippi: river as well as from theSt. }ports, and no other ports shall be considered:

:I If we add the number of vessels entered The gem of the sea and land ; I iwrencc. Not only must wehavecanals infected, or shall any vessel or vessels be
t with thoJfi.rol' as free as the :Mississippi itself: but provision :subjected to the provisions: as sections 4 and
The Floridian concurs entirely Where from foil\'< r.sllndt'd grottoA
at :Ot.ary's.; which I is virtually the same made for the Erie Canal
I that it is the duty of the legislature joyous fountain poured. keeping in perfectorder 5 of these: regulations when arriving from
to curtail expenses to the lowest limit; but port and entrance, the number vessels entered In the magic: of whose healing drops and deepening and enlarging it when other than infected ports, unless by further

= ( we doubt whether had the session been shor for year ending June :30, 1Si!), was 413; Lost! youth could be restored! required. The general government does this order of this Board.
p diem work for the Mississippi. We cannot expect SEC. 7. The coastwise: steamers shall be
or the been reduced, as suggested :
toned per :21)7,501.!
1 slight increase in taxation would tonnage on same, As Foster's sunrise glorFhusir'd the Federal power to do as much for the allowed to come: to their wharves and be
a We did not intend to depreciate the com Erie Canal-though if the canal made
there by the
not have been necessary: all the same. Thereare red the morning sky, inspected Port Physician, unless:
7 t four item of expenditure: interest mercial importance of Pensaeola, which asa A shore of radiant verdure. absolutely: free the government might be otherwise ordered but no person or
criminal prosecutions asylum and schools, lumber port, leads any port of the United Met his enraptured( eye. properly asked to regard it as a river and freight or baggage !shall be landed, nor persons
take of it in river and
which cannot bo met short of a tax of !six increased facilitiesof There were groves of broad-leaved foliage: care every allowed to go on board, until permission
with the
3e. : mills on $32.000.000: of taxable property, and States. We hope, There were lowers of burning bloom.AH must: not wait for that event, however. be given by the Port Physician ; and if

.; this is over SOO,000 more than was returned obtaining and shipping lumber, soon to Urn boughs: : were full of singingbirls, Having declared her Erie Canal free, New it be found by the I'ort Physician that :said -

g : t : last year, the return for 1880 being $31,1:>7,- como up to her immense foreign business, for And the airs exhaled perfume.Still York must: protect and improve ut her ownexpcnSl' steamers have any sickness or contagious V
It will her well to do this. Hut
r 840. We need not say to our cotemporary which have great advantages in our pay disease on board, said steamers shall be immediately
: Lm 4 we very delusion it must be done without delay. Every
in fond : yearof ordered to
that the tax being eight mills and six out of rapt tin-quarantine) ground.
; I the eight being absolutely required for the fine harbor, and greater nearness to foreign He named the lovely land postponement exposes the canal to increased SEC. 8. The Port Physician is hereby authorized -

items specified, the remaining two mills will markets. For the happy( flowery Sunday risks of serious injury. The cutting nnd required to administer to nil
: he touched its strand. down of the railroad freights at this season!
When first : : masters of vessels: arriving in this ort
other > (
not more than meet the necessary ex4 :- i except -
enscs, even if they will meet them. The Ll"VCIllNO IX >ECOUXTY.. Never doubting that the fountain has an effect (as we have often explained) of those of coastwise: : steamers) the oath
of their I is from the fact Of enchantment sparkled near. diminishing the volume of canal tolls: and prescribed by the National Hoard of Health.
doing so ) of
that only there hope will he no session of the legislature Wo learn that a negro; prisoner, accused From whose: crystal drops should flow the: so lessening the amount available for expenditures SEC. 9. The Port Physician shall receive

in 1882, and that there will be an increase being implicated in a recent murder, was taken hi>onTo for repairs in any one year. Thus from c.'Cry'se.l visited by him under theprovisions

in taxable resources. out of the Quincy I jail by a gang of disguised :! his longing heart most dear. every reduction of rates made for the primary of this ordinance, a fee of five
)"e of wresting of the
} mistake made by the late legislature not exeeelingthtrly in number, front some grain dollars for foreign and three dollars for
One men,
trade the
A Ah lie knew not : in that garden: Mississippi route is incidentally coastwise vessels! and fur each certificate of
i was, in our judgment In! not framing more and hung to u tree in the neighborhood. Where dew-drops gemmed the green, an attack on the welfare of the Erie: Ca health issued by him under the of
law and that mean provisions
by we
s ,
stringent that revenue would have reached property that This is one of those atrocious violations of Not life but death was: waiting: nal.Out these regulations he shall receive alee of
keen. of all these
a dmgers-whl'thef threatened
taxation and that would I havCtaxed the supremacy of the law which demandson With weapon sure two dollars, and for each and every vessel:
escapes Not again: the ruddy freshnessOf by a free :Mississippi or a free St Lawrence fumigated he shall
all property at its market value To have the of the authorities of the :State: railroad I but receive a fee 'twenty
} part the cheek, the r'tllipg glow nr a IMM> -there is one dollars and vessel ;
; o done this would have required a departure. prompt and elllcient efforts to discover and But weary toil and warfare long. nmodeuf extrication. The Erie Canal must any sickness any of an having on board
the old method of ascertaining and determining blow. be made free Loth Inft'ctio.malignant
the foeman's deadly compulsory and
p tribunals And ways
Self-ehiK-en character shall
the the
g. values and have involved additional punish half pilotage must be abolished: oppressiveport pay Physician, in

/ ; expense, but would have resulted, in of justice, disguised and masked, are Yet it may be, Ponce de Leon charge and harbor dues must be thrown addition dollars to the for above fees, the sum of eight;

l iJ{ our opinion. In allowing that the taxable re- dangerous to the welfare of the community When dying, worn and old on", and all needed terminal facilities must befurnished per day for medicines.attendance; and a reasonable .
of the State, at only a reasonable restful momentsOf charge In. no case shall
in inducements
t sources and should receive no toleration at the Thought again; as the European the Port Physician be
valuation, are many million more than the that J- ter's sunrise: gold. grain trade to come this entitled to any other
j way.OHAXGEGlt fees than
: tax-books usually slow We believe that hands of any respectable citizen. The lives Ami he haw through simmering !shadows ; those provided t these regulationMX !*.
i' with a good revenue law all the expenses of of the innocent are in jeopardy whenever The fount of youth revealed. O JUNG and 10. Each l and 'edit person! or each

the State, with proper| economy, may be met lawless tribunals usurp the functions of justice Which was hid'in a Flowery Land shall)C't'rr'e."l'l he found or other who or which
We to
are sorry see many corrcspoiuleuUand guilty of violation of
with 0 mill tax, and perhaps less. Hut by Death alone unsealed.Fwnctt: any
a told that the legislature is too and become at once informers, witnesses, L. Mace.XEW in many of our papers a tendency to these regulations, or their provisions; shall "-
are third. Granted but the present judges, jurors and executioners. The county extravagance: in the statement of the value, upon conviction. I he fined not less than $Ti

large bv a was made b direction of ar- of Uadsden owes it to her own fair fameto profits and income of orange groves. The nor more than $IOU, or imprisoned fur nut ,
apportionment 1 of the Constitution, and I'OIIK COMMENCE TllUE.. T- culture of the oraijgu) is sufficiently remunerative less than one nor more than twenty days. tlr
title 13! section changed, until after 1885 That ferret out these violators of the law, and KXED FKOJI TUB SOUTHWEST. and well established to allow both ut the lli'\.' l"n of the hoard of

i cannot be to be to repetition of such lawlessness.OUK and truthful statements without there being Jll'Ialth.
member at least prevent |
"x article required each county one and one for every one I Senator Conkling, In the (heat of the political any! necessity of extravagance and big storie SEC 11. The Port Physician shall be re

eiven thousand to registered voters in addition but POSITION AS A SEA-SWK campaign last all, was accorded a great >. quired to make a monthly report of the

four members to any county. reception at the Cooper institute! ''1\11llmale Many IIf these writers undertake to amounts of fees received by him
than say <'
I '
I lint more of 1877, in making the apFs ItKSOJIT.We tlf the efforts of his lift.." the what time income has lieen for years of this of the:t.. 12.r III case tlf the absence or sickness
legislature greatest
The acted registration re- are justly proud of our far-funepl one or that grove. We believe! that an \"crageor Port. Physimn.hekhall! have authority -

't ,portionment,evera.l anti gave them beach, and consider! it an adjunct of thgrcatl'St main purjHtee of which was to show the inMgiiinVanee 7UO orange a year in and year nut is as much "iS1'11111! a deputy" for whose! nets the

the Sl; while the re. value to our Uland City. The state of the South of Southern trade. as any grove in the :State will khow. Again. l'urt Ste. !; shall I be accountable.

a 1 lslsture. we do Southern products, and that even the :Mis- one paper gives,$:.'.!**) p'| r acre as the valueof 13. These regulation shall tale t.JTt"t't
tee create well done other.not of the title is of mare Importance to uuu'Om. a grove just coming into bearing, and on May ht, 1\.1.!

JIee how_ they could: fort than the tate of the weather, The beau. bi-teippl river was of no consequence In a t SlO.dul. per acre: when! in full bearing. Yet
WW1ol'.Iie.I__ '- tiful ea-beach) drive U an element of healthto buslines point of view, .since the great rail we have jartieitoflVTiiigtu; furnish the land il 1 ?
-v' Theof Xloritlw" 'hlnb Hat evt"u it the hght.l'u1 our city ItIt'''' make uof it properly' way arteries carried, and would continue to t and bring a grove into bearing at a cost of'' ,Utest :. STABBVCK

had been reduced, a Secretary 2i-2t
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A J11UItNA1. pine-land reaches close! to its banks! ; so that SI.a.Slln: noi'si:, JA.MI'.S: 'I.II.'IS.COX ,, ,,. *,,,, FLORIDA
KEPT: BYIJARTIUM \ the banks of this fine river arc a continual: High Point, Cumberland Island, (Jcorgia.W. T HAC TOn AND) HUILDER) : ..mallF JE11'ELltl': .
JOII'ol OF ]'11 .. alternate change of pine-land, bhiHV, cypress ;

llotanist to His Mnjc&tv' swamps! marshes, and rich ash, and R. HUNKLEY; }: I'KOPUICTOR. Alachua Street, between Second and 1 Third, FUOM FIHH: ) SCALK,

for the Floridass; maple-swamps, the hammocks! of live-oaks!' Hoard week FERNANDINA: FLA., 1
per day, $1.M>; i pr $i.OO.rlllg
and palmettos I are generally surrounded resort cannot bo surpassed for !' Orders and estimates:' from distance carefully I ,
A Journey from St. Augustine either with swamp: or marsh ; sometimes ing and !surf bathing. Hear, deer, tuck, attended to :2-Vtf!
up the River St. Johns. plover, and all kinds of fish in any quantity | PALM: NUT ALLIGATOR TEETH.:
deep rich swamps are 2 or 3 miles deep from o. N. OAKEN: ,
It can be reached by steamer or sail-boat.; I
With Explanatory Notes"" the river to the pines, and reachclh along _____ __ -_.__ _- _. __ __h_ CONTRACTOR i| Also, FKATHKU( PAXSO FKATIIKlt: : .
the river from one mile to 4, 5 or 0 at uncertain Yacht to I
27th. Thermometer 50, fine l morning. :Set depths : These swamps arc supposedto : safe and commodious Yacht NIl''uptaill \', M.n'.1tTt'Itt9 I' SKA SHELLS: KTC.: .
L J. ) bo chartered
( O. ( Darling can
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/ out from the Store, and about 5 miles above, be the best rice- round:4: as neither the for pleasureparties at reasonablerates., Oyster MOULDINGS[ ) tIIL\KI'T: SAWED AND) I For sale and made. to order. 1 1

landed on a high blutV; on the cast-side of dry weather nor wet can hurt themsomuch 1 takes at King's Hay a specialty. TURNED: ) HALl'STMRS' : NEWE1.S: 'r.XSI.I':\', I

the river at Johnson's Spring, a run of clear is where there i is no water in dry times: and For particulars, apply to Major; Suhrcr, STAIR RAIUS, WOOD( K\\'I*4. 10 taint St., bet. Second and Third : .f

Mansion Home, or .1. \Thompson, Spencer TROUGHS. SHEATHING _______ ___. .
and sweet water, then travelled on foot along wet there i is too much, for this is rarely House! St. Mary's, or addressCAI'T. WI'TlIt'UlIO.IW.INn: : i j

thick woody but loamy ground, looking rich overflowed but in spring-tides, and these will O. U J. DARLINO, AM. FLOORING. ; ..
on the surface by reason of the continual always keep them wet enough in the dryest 15-131 St. Mary's t. (it. ; )1

falling leaves, and by the constant evergreen seasons, especially below the great: lake. -.-. -' -- Stair and Church Work W. LO1 :\ Tit"f:!
shade rotting to soil, as the sun never shines SAW MILL, LAND, ) 1\. f ?
on the ground strong enough exhale theirvirtue R Tagus called! Pumila Chinquapin., Linn. Spec.-This I 111 tree, Dwarfchosnut grows AND J

I before their dissolution, as under deciduous about J 10( or 12 feet high, and 1 produces a P. ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE. AND WINDOW) FRAMES I I 1S
trees : "'c cross several small rivulets great quantity; small round nut, exceeding OF ALL SIXES.PostOnice 1 Prepared Flour. : J f fI
(H tor 171. :
the common. chesnuts! greatly in the .
of clear sweet water, and as many narrow '
sweetness of t their taste.t _Jan Fernandina, Flo. I t
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moist swamps ; 'tis diverting to observe h Primus Virginiana, Linn Spec. 077, .t3d. /' tindoriigned: offer fur sale t tit I I t

the monstrous grapevines, 8 inches in diameter : 1'adus of Miller's( Dictionary. American LANDRETHS'ffli ONLY FIVE: CENTS: : 1 FUR POUND. I :
liird Cluster-chcrrv.--Thc wood of Saw .Mill at Itntton, N .,
running up the oaks 0 foot in diameter -cherry or
this tree is much esteemed! 1 by the Cabinetmakers Ntp
swamp magnolia 70 foot high straight, ; it its leaves. the longest! of Transit Railroad: near Fernandina, ,

and a foot diameter, the great magnolia allY of the I lfl'"l'n" trees There is an evergreen :I:Acres of Fertile laud SEEDS eta BEST I 0-tf AT OLD 1*. O. HUILDING. ,
large, liquid-amber, whito swamp and live ort of this llird or Cluster-cherry\ If not ei'lI I in four town rna 18Bl ... .
can gotthtnohrm.iL Prop ------- ---- --
oaks, chinquapincsK and cluster-cherry1' all which grows about 30: feet high in S. Carolina With an IVrtal Led for Data- I
a, and. from the he11Iof' its evergreenshining Ioa'ue and l'ri':: *A.OG'uoaJalo.i.a.a.f,1, TOU PRINTING, In vcrv style, and at I 1
of an uncommon size, mixed with orange-! leaves is: called the Jlock-orange ; Orange 4:ro\e 0.200 Tree tfnxr-r it LAN1)R1yT1lt tin"I'ntlnl Halm.1IAV1U BONS.rmnpjL.rjL I fj the lowest rates, at tho Miuuoit otllco.

trees, either full of fruit or scattered! on the the fruit of this steeped in brandy makes a --- -. -
Tho :Mill( is: in tiiM-cla-s: order. A tram"
ground, where the sun can hardly shine for line flavoured rala-h', Tldsis: the lith 1'"lu'l road extends tlmv miles! into a I tine tract of _.-:

the green leaves at Christmas and all in a of I Millcr'.s(ilwlitfia.: Hid Linn.ionur\pce.150)'I'hrcethormi'dAcacia '. (! !! timber Dwelling House, Stare lUackMnith IMPORTANT NOTICE I
Shop, Stables, and quarters for cmployc.s: on
of white soil 10 foot
mass or yellow more or or Honey-locust.( : This treeith its:
less above the surface of the river. We came elegant leaves grows up to a large si/.o, andis the placo.7O --- ,1
said to make ewjlcnt: timber There i.s: avery Price Very Low for <'ash.
down a steep hill 20 foot high and about t
large of this kind in the Bishop: of
one J. & T.IYDDAre
W. 1)). C. Dl'llYEK: :
or 500 yards from the river, under the foot London's garden at Fulham.-Then1 it another ,
of which issued out a large fountain (big species of this, with small thin. oval .FRED: W. IIOYT
enough to turn a mill) of warm clear waterof pods: inclosing only one seed, vailed by Mr. 1.tt. Fernandina.Groceries receiving! immense additions, their alreadylarge stock ofSPRING
: accounto1'itwgrow-
a very offensive taste, and smelt like L'atesby'atl'rUl'll'ia on ( and 1'rot 1..loIiN.Xcal. .
in moist which also to
ing {places, comes very
bilge-water or t the washings: of a gun-bar good timber, and is mentioned hero by :Mr.Jlartram. ---..- --- AND] SUMMER: GOODS

rel; the sediment that adhered to the trees .\ : A FJHIM: ,

fallen therein, looked of a pale white or k Cupressus-di-ticha: : Linn.Spec. 1122.: : Deciduous Men's *
Swamp( Cypress: or H.ild-eypress.- : ::! AND CONFECTIONERS() : : and Youth's Clothing,
bluish cast, like milk and water mixed : This most useful I tree grows in great plenty n.\KI-t-
We then crossed the swamp, and as. in many of the swamps, and grows to such CHOICE FROM:\ LOW-PRICED) ) TO FINK: IJOODM.IKiSS : .

cended and descended two hills and nar- all ii luau mug !size, that boats or pi-ttiaugres: ,
row swamps more; at the foot of the last capable of carrying a considerable: burthen, Groceries! C'lgars, and. Tobaccos, : CiOOll.H-.V full and complete stock, consisting i of SUMMKIl I SILKS.
formed the trunks of single trees
i issued out another spring of clearwater ,
warm from the cones of this tree I issues! a most fragrant TOYS AND I I"XCYITICJ.lo*: .
like the other, but not so large. Then balsam like balsam Tolu. ) ) SWISSES:: 'l'UI.I'TANl'TOIUA: and PERSIAN LAWNS nt low price

travelling alternately over hillsand swamps, I Chama'rops: humilis.: Linn. Spec. 1057.Dwarfpalmctta. .- Weddings: }Entertainments: : and Picnic, Itargiilii,, in Summer Sill*"*-from Fifty) Cents "Jlwnrlli.Gents' : .
This Dwarf-palm grows on furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-bot
in all about 3 or 4 miles, came to a great the sea-coast, from the capes: of Florida: up tom prices, at Fine Furnishing Goods a Specialty.Our .
cove, near a quarter(! of a mile from the river, to Charles-town in Suuth-carolinauud bears ANGEL'S 1IAKKKY,

out of the head of which arose a prodigious bunches of berries !something larger than Centre :Street; Improved Dollar Shirt is (In* hcst! unsurpassed in fit and quality.Itlcachcd i:
black currants : These contain round horny 23: Opp. old P. O. 1II1IIllill .
large fountain of clear water of loathsometaste seeds, which are of the size of small peas mud llrowii (Cotton, at Wholesale Prices Fruit of Loom lit

like the other two beforcmcntioncd ; it and are covered with a thin pulp which the 10 cents 10.1 Short i UK*, 25 'C'U.N.

directly formed large deep creek 40 or 50 Indians: use as food. The leaves furnish them A case of splendid .Standard Print. lit O cent" per yard.

yards wide to the river, and deep enough for judged with thatch to be and a middling the soil where kind between they grow the is I ;ri'l'e are Agents for 1t1."I.I0.: ., leading Clothiers New York City.

: a large boat to swim loaded to its head, 1 sand and the swamps.: Spring Samples: now ready; :2<>H 0) styles sixty of them from #15 to $iS5 per Niilt.
which boils,up near S foot deep from under .. .. .. .. I Fit guaranteed.ji1 .
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the shelly rocks ; 'tis: full of large fish, as \ visit to our establishment: will ('OIl\' 1U'O you that, while we do not sell

cats garr, mullets, and !several other kinds: J. II. PUESCOTT. H-,<. inferior (ioods, we arc the Cheapet" Dry Goods" House" from Maine to

and plenty of alligators-Lodged at John Florida.
This: : reserved for
son's Hluir, where for a mile the sandy pine- space 3T. cfc T. DE5L."'y :3D: D
A. H. NOYPS, Oitot'Kit: AM. SHIP CII.\'IJlI.KIt:' ,
barren comes close or near the shore, and who i is too busy to write an n.lv'rtl. I'lIIellt. New York Olllce, > .l'11. f N.E.: Cor. Centre mid Third :-tl4: .,
here grew plenty of what is called wild- MS: Walker Irl'l't. J j 1'ernandiutFla.

limes, which shows that they will grow in Style, Fit,

poor soil tho' chiefly in rich.
28th. Set out from JollII on's IMufF; foggy Comfort,

morning, wind N. E. thermometer 50. Came \111:' .. _._ .. 'n.I .

in a few miles to Mount Hope, at the entrance I

\ of a little lake, the cast and south- Durability. .

side of which is pine-land reaching: to Johnson's (j)
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Bluff, excepta point of good swamp :
ii. E.: noTTiitiic: : ,
Mount lope is: 50 yards long and :'M: wide, I

near'20 foot high, composed all of fresh water i Ii WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, I

snail and muscle-shells of various dimensions l,1'Hi.SIHX'11.01IU: : { ) : ,\, 1 I II

the small ones drove into the large, :
and the broken and powdered ones) into the ii

interstices of both ; then are very fertile fine FuniIly (.roes' rIcs" By Hail Stoiitiior and Sail
soils as far as the shells reach and if not the I :
Having largely inr reused my .
only, yet the common planting grounds of eauI'IIUI't8IONS. bdO
the former Florida Indians is proved by !.stock of Foot-ueur. in both tine .

the numerous pieces of broken Indian |outs and medium grade, I am enabled I I
all these blulfr, and j
scattered: all over .shelly to place before my customer
the of the hills still remaining
vestigies corn
u very large assortment of Customers can rely upon getting CHOICE:
altho' many pretty large live oaks, red I
Hoot and Shoe made by the i
cedars and palms now grow upon{ them ; the GOODS, a.'iXOTJlIXU
west wind hath a long! and full t.trok'again!>t most competent and skilledworkmen. 1 2I

this mount, which pcrhap.s raised it to that 'rlu'", .' / IIU't''l'III: I FINIXT; ; 1JRANDS ] FintiViTiJKJi; [
'tis certain that both jaws open by a joint only exchanged for the samecommodity. are kept in -tock.lrofeioiial Z .
nearly alike to both : Here and near the riv- I IA
Tills will be deemed
er's bank grows the bhort-podded gledtNia! ', and Ilusliicss" (Card" ; 1)D I i ::

elm and black-a-sh with most of the South- a pleasure after seeing, ex* -.- ----. .. _.. - J-L1:: N

Carolina plants : Landed at Mount-Royal, amiiilng, and learning: at what n''I. ii. c. in!KVII: ':, I

where there are 50 acres of cleared old fields, evlremely low prices' these"
fine oranges in tho woods, and a fine spring rENERAL: : COMMISSION 1 : MERCHANT: .
offered.Nlork .
(.ood are m
issuing out above a mile from the river, 2 i X

making a stream big enough to turn a mill, ,fir U- of CIK.VrLKMK.VM: : C'ENTKR St., arts I R.: R. DKISIT. )

on the back of which the pine-Iamids begin ; 1.'VltXISIIIX tiOOD.S i*, worthythe I
the bank and for 50 yards back is composed FERNANDINA.: FLA. O
attention of those desiringfine z
of sandy soil mixed with snail-shells which

fur a foot or more thick I indurated toanoft (>oodM.pir Hay, tornbats.. ,

rock, from which a I fine south I prospect I OIK-US{ Order left to my "selection .- .-. -.-.. 4:: CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.

to the great lake (the river here isabove half U'. K. ISArK.MiillT.AofST. .
will receive careful and promptattention.
a mile wide) near the entrance of which is a i

large bland; weeueamjied{ on the east-hide WIIOLKrittE: ,\:\(' KKTILBUTCHER 00

of the river opjiosite to the island I. from J H. PRESCOTT, : AND STOCK DEALER: : I.

whence we heard a bear roaring in the night; ; AIOU"lIlrr i
low blufTofmail-shellsamongst III I..... ____. .I __ _.__J .
Flu.ic. .
we lay on a 4-3m Fernandlna,

plenty of bitter-sweet oranges next in goodness TENNESSEE: : UEEF: .\ SPECIALTY: SA.N BORN & EcYYTARLINGTON :

the and here the woods are I STan WHARF
to China >KOOM ,
,. IIISO\:
Il EN: ,
_. full of them ; we walked back over a dry I llMf FERNANDINA. FLA.

kind of rich bwamp full of tthells mixed with
black tenacious mud,under which I" a white I
('. IIAUT .t <'4).,
tenacious! clay ur marl and I in about 400 Ii ._--

yards came to ruing ground, pretty rich,and i lniMtrtera| und Whol' (*>>alo Doah-n! In
good corn land then to palmtttayt-t blackish TltOI.U'\. IIUti NEM1: .TitOl'Iil. I'Ut'I'I"1'Itllti: ItOSK.S: I ":('IU.
will then to whitish in which grew I i Foreign and Ilomcstlc O'S and t'IltcaUl': : : : SlIlurns lIu.I..on'I.ltIX'TH: ; : ,
pine, then fcuvannuhs and ponds, which are :. ) I II Fruitsnts" ('."., ..........--- .
int {"l'r.ot.'Il generally in the pine-lauds) inmost
I lN11EItT.tKER.Flrrit ) : :0;Imd. 35 57 and M. Market itml.CHARLHSTON. .
>art of the southern province, together '
j k KfFKUXANDINA.. : FL.t.Bl"ItLAL | NEvVM.: with the and ,
: bay-swamp"{
I ; H"rUItCH.IS.
and have for the most part god feeding ROUES.: ; )"::1'1.1.11'st( : *: ;. i I --
round their l.. uated at the bend of the .river: where the Telegruphic{ ur

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t NEWS. been altered from March 31st to April 15th, ItallroadM. On :Mail UlHll' xl'roTrain! Sleeping Cars I (AA. r. AVKKV, 1

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thus giving another fortnight to! intended ------ -- run through to anti from Jacksonville! and

THE FINANCIAL l'OLCY-TItE LOXU SENATE exhibitors. CONDENSED) TIME: CARD Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping Cars run
through to and from Jacksonville and Tul-
UNANIMOUSLY ADJOt ENS TO DINNER-PROSPECTS Another of those frequent crimes, known OF TII& lahoss'ee.FERNANDINA.


D. C., April 15, 188lt in the Hue des Moines yesterday. A widow SIT: RAILROAD, Leave Jacksonville! ......................11:15: A. M. ,1A WAGONS:

To the Editor of the Mirror : named Malnsbourg, had, it appears, PENINSULAR: RAILROAD, Arrive Baldwin..........................12:30:: 1'. M. CARRIAGES To and from AND Steamers and Trams..

From a Washington, or, rather, from a some little time ago, left a young man with ((11'(11(1'! Branch,) Arrive ]Fernandina........... ............ :3:40: p. M.
national the event of she ANDCUMBERLAND Lea Fernandina} ........................10:30: A. M. CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, Err.
standpoint, principal whom had been living since the deatli of
; ROUTE.7i :. Leave Baldwin.................... ........ 1:20:: p. M. }'OltAU! : :
'f I this week has not been the personal rencon her husband, and, notwithstanding his repeated Arrive Jacksonville ............... ...... 2:33:: J'. :N. HORSES IIUOGIES HARNESS,
f tre In the Senate between the senator from appeals, refused to return to him. Effect February: 1ft, 1SSO.r.oixo I i-; Migers;; for Fernandina and Cedar Key : CARTS, AND WAGONS.

I Virginia and the senator from Georgia, but Accordingly, the disappointed lover yesterday I take this train. No train from Baldwin to .!1'TEltW, CARn.-G-

issue of notice the of the sot Tlt. Cedar Key on Sunday.CONNECTIONS.At J'd'r'Ofllee' and :tnhlc-Flrst Street, near ,
t an a by Secretary paid a visit to his former mistres and
i Leave Atlanta, (LL....................... 2.151'. M. I :! Baldwin with A., G. & Broom Street Wharf. 4Mf!
Treasury that, on July 1st, he would pay after some altercation, shot her dead with a Leave flacon( Oa.! ........................ 7.451'. M. W. I. T. It. R., for Cedar: Key, Gainesvilleand _

it the interest on nearly $200,000,000 G-per cent revolver. Hearing steps upon the stairs, he Leave Brunswick, Oa....,,............ (0.15 A. M. FerlH\t1llina.11I1I1 all 'points! North and ..

1 bonds, which will be due at that date. The placed the weapon against his head and Arrive Fernandina, Fla...............10.15 A. M. West! ; at Lake City for Tallahassee, Albany,
Leave Fcrnandiiu: .......................10.30: A. JIr. Savannah, and all points North andVest ;
I notice was accompanied by an offer from! fired, inflicting a wound from which he is Arrive_Baldwin, Kla......... ........... 1.23 I'. ]M. at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steamers GET THE BEST.
the Treasury Department to the bondholders not likely to recover. j. :s. MCELROY[ ,

t. to extend the bonds, at an interest of I The greater part of this day's sitting in the Leave Baldwin fur Jacksonville..T( Route).. 2.35 F.30:: p.i>. M.ArrivejJacksoiuillcCum. at.. W. :iHvmsoN, Master Transp'n. WEBSTEQj EDITION NEw

I 3t!-per cent.,' as long as the government may I Senate was taken up by a long "speech from Leave Baldwin-for C 'clarki1.5: : ) p-M; :! :Superintendent.JACKSONVILLE.. UNABRIDCf'' w rNA

I desire to have them run. lly turning the 1)(. Chesnelong against the bill providingthat Arrive Waldo (Junction 1'. R. R) .. 4.111'. :M. l'I XK.COL.AXD D/CTIONA ,fO PIfNfNT .

I 6-per cent into 31-per cent bonds the government I teachers in schools shall be duly certifi Leave Waldo.......... ......... ..,...,.,... 4.20: 1'. M. : RAILROAD.

will effect a saving: of nearly live cated. The discussion of the measure, which i' Arrive Gainesville......... ............... 5.17 r. M. MASTER TIUNSPORTATIOX'B 1 : OFFICE:, I ITALLAIIASSKK
i Leave Gainesville.................. ..
{ ... 5.2: p. :M. : Fi.February 3, 1880. J j jOn If intend some day to getWEBSTER'S
t millions in the of interest you
annually amount docs away with the power of the clerical authorities Arrive Cedar! Key.............. ......... !9.30:\ 1'. :M. and after Monday( February 2, 1880,
,j \ paid on the public indebtedness. JCo mat. to qualify teachers without examination Trains to Jacksonville and North of Bald. passenger: trains of this road will run as follows UNABRIDGED

ter how few or how many of the G-pcr cent was adjourned until to-morrow. In.. win daily wiz : ,

bonds may be extended, it is known that the Chamber this afternoon the original bill flOINU NORTH. PASSENGER TRAIN-EAST BOUND. "DO IT NOW.

the Treasury has ample means to cash them for the hours for work in factorieswas Leave Cedar Kev: ........... ......... ...... 4.15 n. at. Leave Chattahonehee..daily at..... 2 00 1'. M. THE NEW EDITION
I' limiting Arrive Gainesville) ........................ 8.41 A. M. Leave Quincy........ ..........: ...... 3221'. M.
all. These means consist of $101,000,000, negatived, but an amendment, providing Leave Gainesville.............. ......... 8.50A.M. Leave! Tallahassee! ............. ...... GOO I'. M. Contalns'over 118,000 Words,

which can be issued at 4-percent.& and of that women and youths under eighteen Arrive Waldo (P. It. R. June.)...... !IMS A. :M. Leave :Monticello .............. ...... 7 10 p. M.Leave 1928 Pages, 3000 Engravings,

$80,000,000 or $90,000,000 surplus revenues. shall not be allowed to work more than Leave Waldo......................... .... 0.55; ; A.II.: Greenville.............. ...... 838P.M.:
Arrive Baldwin...........................12.17 1'. :M. Leave :Madison ......... ......... ...... !920P.M.i Four Pages Colored Plates,
t' It is now certain that nearly $200,000,000 of eleven hours a day and six days per week, Leave -:Jacksonville' Cumin Route.11.15- Leave Live Oak...... ........... ..... 215 A. :M. 4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings, ,

the 6-per cent. debt will be either liquidatedor was passed by a large majority. ( ) A. M. Arrive Savannah............... ...... !000A.M.
Arrive Baldwin...........................1':3() r. :M. Biographical Dictionaryof
. converted into a 31-per cent.,, debt this __ _h_______ ______ __ _._ __ Arrive Thomasville! ........... ...... 055: i A. :If.rr'.c .
',: \ eJal Advertisement Leave II-ili1\vTn.-: .*..:...*.: ::..:.1"-.4f) 1'. )r. .\ Albany......... ......... ......10 25 A. :M. over 9700 Names.

year. .----- _.- Arrive Fernandina...................... ::5.40 1'. M. Arrive Lake (\ity................ ...... 335 .\. :M. "moet brnntfful and complete Eng.
I The Senate has adjourned until Monday, In Leave Fernandina........................ :3.45: I'. :M. Arrive Baldwin: ................ ...... 0 25 i .,. M. Th Dictionary." T
Circuit Court Fourth Judicial Leave Brunswick.............. ......... 8.00 3000 Engravings three "TT*
and the millionaires of that august body will 1' M. A rrh e Jacksonville.......... ...... 750A.M.: Has nearly
have an opportunity to rest from the arduous Circuit, Nassau County, .'11'. Leave Macon............................... 8.40.1. :M. Arrive Fernandina........... ...... ::1401'. art as many as any other Diet'ry.Every JuL
Arrive Atlanta (in....................... 1.15 school and family should have it TT1
DONALD McKAY Mortgage Forcclo- 1' :M. Arrive Gainesville ............ ...... :504P.M. constant reference. ft
labors of a six-weeks'! dead-lock. During vs. }) sure in Equity. Trains to Cedar Key and :South of Baldwin Arrive Cedar Key .............. ...... i 9)IIO: 1'. :II. GET THE STANDARD.
these six weeks of what will be daily HUlIIlay.l'EXIXSULAIt .
probably except
FARLEY REDMOND. J Notice of Sale. PASSENGER: TRAIN WEST:; BOUND. of Webster's is over 20 times the C!
known in history as the long Senate, the R AILRO AI>, Leave Jacksonville .....daily at..... 5 30 1'. :M. Salt of any other series of Dictionaries.! OThe
chamber has been unanimous only on the NOTICE is hereby given that, in pursu ( Waldo Branch.' ) Leave Fernandina ............ .....10 :30\ .1. M.LI..ave highest authority of the Courts in
a decree made in the above entitled ...... -Chief Justice Waite. T ,
of l.OINU SOUTH. Gainesville ........ .... 902 A. :M.
question adjournment evc r'llay promptlyat action whereby it was ordered, adjudged Leave Waldo Jumtion................ (0.00A.M. Leave Cedar Key ........:..... ...... 4 :30 A. M. almost universal authority in deciding A

the dinner hour. There was n good deal and decreed that there was due from Leave Hawthorne........................ 7.40.lr.: Leaue Baldwin ................. ...... 7 (K) 1'. M. other the meaning of has words.been
I of talk last night about a caucus of Republicans said Ilcdmond to said McKay on the 3d dar of Arrive Lochloosa........ ................ 8.10 A. !M.noiNO Leave Lake City ............... ...... 040 p. :M. No any State Dictionary to supply its Schools.bought by N
and of a possibility that the controversy I July, 1880, upon a certain note and I mortgage Leave Savannah ............... ...... 4 :30 I'. M. which nine-tenths of tho
given by said Redmond to one V. I). Whitney Leave 1 Live Oak................ ...... 2 15 .\. M. Dictionary of the based. D
will end time Leave Lochloosa: ............... ..... ....10.00 A. :M. country are
to next the 3d of June
come an some on day certain
( ,' upon Leave Hawthorne.......................10.45 A. M. Leave Madison: ................. ...... :331 .\. )t. Authority in the Government Printing
1 \ week. It was stated that (a caucus had actually premises hereinafter described, the sum Leave Greenville.............. ...... 4 31!) A. Washington. Jan. 1881. A
Arrive Waldo Junction...............12.15 p. :M.
been called for Saturday. This was par of three hUI1lIrt.'f.lllol1ars. with one hundred '1'rainsfrontValdnto: Lochloosa return LeaveMonticelh( .............. ...... 500 A. )1'1 l Recommended by State Supt's Schools in R
and fifty dollars to said date, and Arrive Tallahassee........... ...... 7 00 A. : and 60 College Pres'ts.
tially agreed upon, but at the request of that the premises describe in said mortgage Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS l1'j that has been placed in more 1
Leave Tallahasse.............. .... 8 :30 A. Dictionary
i if i Vice-President Arthur; and Senator Conkling, be sold to satisfy said indebtedness! together Leave Quincy........ ........... .....10 OS A. M. public schools in U.S. Jj
t who have pressing business in New York: on with all costs, fees and charges: attending the ATf\ T.Clo.e .\. Arrive Chiittuhooehee........ .' .....11 30 A. :ar' IS IT NOT THE STANDARD?
proceedings: in this action, I will sell in front PubishedbyC.) &C. ( Mass.
MERRIAM Springfield
; connection I is made \tlallta.Oa... CONNECTIONS.At .
:' that day, it was postponed until Mondaynext. of the Court-IIouso: door in Fernandina :
to and fl'lllllllll North l'istVcst; and Live Oak with the Savannah I Also Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary.
points daily ,
A Republican "stalwart" said that Nassau County, Florida, at 121.: on the 2nd,l 1040 Pages Octavo. 600
Northwest Railway and i IHII'l1l1l1ah.1l1ll1 Engravings.
Florida and Western from
day of May 1881, all the right title and daily.AT
the calling of this caucus did not indicate
MU'ON: (!I.\., all Northern, Eastern: and'
interest of said Parley Redound on the :M
that there the of With Trains Cor : Columbus Ga. Western 'it
Eufaula ( iI's.
was any purpose on part :
with all
day of June, 1870 together equityof
)[ : [ and New Orleans.! Lake with the Florida (Central ,
the Republicans to recede from their po redemption in ami to the following described ontgollll'ryolilc : At City daily } .
sition. On the determined premises! tu-wit : AT KKKXAXniNA: .')..\., Railroad to and from Jacksonville! :St.Augustine : : ..
tt contrary, they are as TIII: l'IIIL.ilELii'Ii1.\ .nll s.
Palatkti and Landings
A certain lot of land, being about onehalf With New York and Fernandina Steamship : Enterprise!
their and
now as ever.to carry point mile from King's Ferry, being in T. 4 N., Line from New York Wednesday, at on the St. Johns River. THE TIMKS FOIl 1881. .

elect their officers before consenting to a 11 23 E., and conveyed in a deed from Ern 10.I50:\ a. m., and for New York on Friday at3.10p.m. At Baldwin daily with \tlllntil'.Oulf The Tliiien, will\ \ enter the New Year with a
and l West l India Transit to and from \
final adjournment. The Republicans are, estine Albcrtie to ParleyV.. Ilcdmond, and .; from Nassau, N. !'., Oil'ecllll's. : : Railway; Cedar larger circle of regular readers than it had at
Fernandina Gainesville and
' however, at least impressed! with the importance recorded October :25th:! 1873, in Book N, page d.Ifor; Nassau, N. P.. on Wednesday.With with :steamers, lir :Tampa, KcyVest Key::, and any\ previous period of its history and the
and Florida Inland Steamboat
411 of Nassau Record of Deeds and Georgia
County important events of the next muststeadily I
j, of transacting some of the business for Co. from Savannah Havana. 11
described follows Beginning at .
as : a
gum enlarge the Held of independent
which the Senate was convened. The President tree near Woodstock Creek and on the line day, 1o'rilnIIIHI\ Sunday ; for Savannah on At Chattahooehee:! three times weekly; with journalism.
the People's Line and (Central Line Boats to
has been in of land owned I bv Adam and Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.
probably working a silent Armstrong, and from Columbus, Eufaula.; Fort Giiincs; .\ new administration will he inaugurated; ;
With Charleston Steamers (fit. John's and .
running North 41 East, f d 0 (chains to a pine : new occasions will create new political
but forcible to them to have
manner 1'oiiit from Savannah and Charleston: Apahiehieula: and other River Landings.trtfElegant duties\
in from thence in southwe.terlr'dlrt'ction Citn )
u pond ; a : the commercial and industrial
: great
some regard for his wishes. .At all events, it through the Wednesday and Sunday ; for Savannah and : Sleeping; and I Parlor 1onchesVu1)drntl' ;
centre \ amid, Lucas Patent between prosperity of the country must stimulate
is understood that ho has felt a great deal of of branch of saidVoodstock\ Creek, Charll.tlllilIIl1lav: : and\ Friday. Tallahassee and. Jacksonville., run daily progress' and, thrift in all !sections, and .
to n pine near Woodstock: Creek, and one With Steamer Flora daily to and from St. : : the tendency of political will be toward
embarrassment by the failure of the Senate (power -
: Quick time sure connection perfect
(Lt. and to and from .: } 1
chain from it to place of beginning containing Mary's, :semi-weekly : and
corruption' despotism as it ever i is
'r to confirm( certain nominations, and has St. Mary's River Landings. safety. EDGAR) VLIET: ,
thirty-two and ninety-one one hun when the people are diverted from the stern
:20-tf Master( Transportation.Is
'it made his feelings fully known to Republican dredth acre, being n part of the Nelson AT II n\i.tWIN KI.\? : criticism of authority by peace and plenty. ,
1.' senators. Grant in Nassau County, Florida and de With Trains for Live OakTallahassee, and ------ --- The Times will be in the future, as: it has ;

'i(;<\ 81.'riLI.'flaccorlling to u survey made by 1'. "'. all points in Middle and West Florida. }been in the }past, absolutely independent' of I

fft 4 AFFAIKS JLV FRANCE. Oscar Koerner. AT I.Ot'lII.OOSV! FIWith ,.A., political parties, but earnestly: und fearlessly
Also a certain lot of land beginning at or Steamer Aljiha fur all points and devoted to integrity and\ patriotism: in ourstatesmanship I
t PARIS! FRANCE, April 4, 1881. near tho head of Woodstock Creek, running landings on Orange Lake, on mT"'ul.If Peninsular t and to the freedom and sanctity
,, : J To the Editor of the Mirror along the course of said creek to stake on : Railroad: Train. of the ballot. Dependent party organs

f" It is affirmed that \(. Gambctta, who has: tho line of land sold to Jus Underwood ; uNFsw II.I.E, FI.V., will continue to babble about party men antiparty .
from thence North 4:1: East, 21 chains M measures! : ; to suppress pervert or deny
several times received invitation AVith ; Line for Ocala and
a pressing :Stage Tampa on
links to a pine on the back line of the Nelson !- the truth when party interests: demand it,
: to visit his native Cahors in the :Monday, Wednesday: and Saturday ; from CJ
towns Grant : from thence along said line of and to lavish: the regulation praise of the servant
Ocala and and :Sun
Tampa Tuesday: Friday
month of :May, has at length yielded to the Nelson Grant 17 chains) 40 links, to a a pine ; to the master ; but the growing intelligence

personal request of the mayor, who came to thence North 30 last,13: chains 1$ links to day. AT CEItt KEY: FL\, I of the age daily multiplies the readersof :
a pine : from thence North 41 East 11 the independent and the
newspaper journals
i Paris for the sake of the interview. If report chains 10 links to a !stake in a creek ; from With Tampa' Steamship Co.'s Line for which best reflect the rapidly-increasing!

is to be believed, the President of the thence along the route of said creek to the Tampa ut .i p. and m., ami Manatee for Key Monday West+ antiI'hurslay.:Sunday and II I I independence of the )people will'be thegreat
c said Woodstock Creek from tlH'nClnlllng American of the
Chamber also contemplates a visit to Marseilles ; Thursday at (0 m. journals future.
said Woodstock Creek to place beginning: p. The 7ilfffS aim' to reach.. the
?; the aster With the United States and Havana Fast highest: standard
during recess
being situated T. 4 N, R. 25 E., in Nassau of the independent! news-paper. It fear
r The remains of :1(. Oscar do LaFayettewere County, Fla., and being part of the Nelson: Cuba:Mail :Steamer on arrival Admiral of SpeCial'l'rain for Key West, every! Havana Tuesday II I I Ii f ZI lessly opposes corruption und rings in all

interred at Perc Lachaise to-day the Grant containing forty-six acres, more or whether in state
afternoon, at 4.30: p. in. From Havana, i f parties, city or nation. It
service been loss.l II opposes: !! every form of imperial political
funeral having previously performed Cuba, and Key West every Saturday. Special
C. L. HOHINSON ; I atril domination, whether represented by an in
at St. Clotilde, in the of a train connect. Ors a a
fluster.Money t .
15-5t Special With Steamer Kiittrnrhe< for points on the p dividual !by a factinii', or I by a party! It opIIfSI'S
large congregation. The pallbearers were' Sn.l'aI1IItP River on Thursdays at 0 a. in. sectionalism North and South as the
% General Nbyes, (United States Minister,) Waved Is Money Made IPUnCIIASN For information respecting routes, rates demon of the Republic, and it demands pul>-
a compound of the virtues of sarsaparilla 1 lie tranquillity) \ and the supremacy of liberty
General GrtSvy M. :M. Lcroycr and DcChoiseul. etc. apply to
btillingia; mandrake yellow dock, with and law for every citizen of the Union;
Several l members of the Cabinet and a $100 on a 10 Horse ; $200: and the iodide of potash and I iron all powerful The Time will begin the New Yearstrengthened '
( Pass.gent.
great many of the deceased's brother senators on a :20 1 Horse and $300 on a :30 HorsePower Gen'l! blood-making, blood-cleansing, and life-sus I 1 in nil of its already, exceptionably .
( in addition to the official deputation, Engine.: Send for our prices before purchasing D E. :MAXWELL, Supt. 21 taming elements. It is the purest, safest, strong! departments. Its Annals of the'ar
k ) Engines: Gins, Presses, Saw and and most effectual alterative medicine \\ will ho continued in the.wl.'l'k1elHtion
attended the ceremony. Military honors Grist Mills Threshers, or any kind of :Ma FLOJUn.\: TIL\J RAILROAD.JCKSONVILLE known or available! to the public. The sci I with specially interesting: extracts therefrom,

were rendered by a detachment of tho Forty- C hirerV'e ore )llIlIufal..turl.'rs'gl'lIt.sand ences in the other editions, and lib' contributors of
FLV. March[ 10 1H79.!
: ,
and produced valuable a remedy, nor one so
e. with the band and colors of the gUllrantcltisfaction in quality 1881 to this: iniiMirtunt feature of the
sixth Foot
Trains this
date Road
On and alter this on to all diseases from 'paper
price.VAI.KEIt: : t Lot 1). potent cure resulting!! :: will be from the
most: di-tinyuMied:: l :-<0 dicrsnwl
regiment Several speeches were made over i 135 Wot side near will run as follows!! : impure blood It cures Scrofula and'
No. Meeting civilians of the North and Smth. Its
S. C. DAY PASSENGER: (EXCEPT SUMHY.) all scrofulous diseases, Erysipelas, I
the grave. Charleston Hotel, Charleston Hose or Anthony's Fire large list of contributors in this and\ in foreign
M.; DeLafayctte was a grandson of a fumous April O. IM81-3111. Leave Jacksonville: ..................... 8:30::\ ) \. jt. and ,Face-grubs Pustules ,Blotches Pimples countries: will be morethan maintained l'
of that name and had his life -- -- -' -- y .-.-- .- Ix'ave Baldwin ........................... !)::30 A. !t. Rolls Tumors, Tetter Humors,, >! its reliable news correspondence" is unsurpassed ;
general Stoves and Tinware.W. Leave Lake City ..........................11:33: A. :M. Salt Rheum, Seald-head, Ringworm by that of any other journal of the
c been spared, he would, In all probability, n __ ____ ---- .-- -- Leave Live Oak................. ......... 1:00: p. M. Ulcers, Sores, Hheumatism, MereurlafDisease country ; its various. departments: essential

have assisted in company with his brother, 1-. NTKKIVTY, Arrive at Savannah ......... ............ 8:15: 1'. M. Neuralgia, Female Weak* to a complete newspaper: for the home and
,(. Edmond de LaFayette, senator for the Leave Savannah .......................... 8.00 A. M. nesses and Irregularities, Jaundice, family circle: are (constantly! enlivened! by
that is to take Second Street opposite the Post-Office, Leave Live Oak........................... ft.V: r. N. Affections of the Liver, Dyspepsia, fr'Sh.writers, and it will\ maintain the posh
t Haute Loire, at the festival leave Luke City .......................... 5.00: I'. M. Emaciation, and General Debility.By tion it has won solely! on its! merits! !! as one
place on October 20th, to celebrate the centenary leave ltaldw iti............................ 7:05: r. ]M. its searching and cleansing qualitiesit of the most reliable and complete newspapers ;
of the surrender Yorktown to the Arrive at Jacksonville ................. 8.03: 1'. N.M.UL purges out the foul I corruptions which of the world.

t American troops. AND EXPRESS: (DULY.) contaminate the blood and cause derangement I TERMS : DAILY-delivered by (carriers for
and decay. It stimulates and enlivensthe twelve cents week
arrived here this Leave 5:30) I'. M. a ; mail.subscription: six
tti of Austria I
The Empress vital functions and dollars
t: LeaveVhite h House..................... 0:15: p. M. promotes energy a year. or tiftmv cents u month post.age .
morning by the mail train from London, Leave Baldwin............................ 7Ul: 11. M.Ixuve infuses strength new, restores life and and preserves vigor health and the ; fr'C. 8l'Sn.1 "ITru\-I>(JuLle 'tolll'.t,
it and proceeded to the Motel Bristol, where Darby ville..............?.......... 7:25:: 1'. M, whole system. No sufferer from any disease two four dollars uyear. lsstaefree; binglecopies,

her :Majesty will remain during her stay in leave Sanderson.......................... 8.07: r. M.Leave which arises from impurity of the cents.1'EFELYl'nbliShr1, every -at-::
l Olustee: .............................. 8:43: I'. M, blood need despair who will give AYER'S urday morning two: dollars a year; rive 0
9i' Paris. IA'II"C1t.. Carrie.......................... !9:08: p. M. SARs.U'ARILL.1 a fair trial. copies.' :fS; ten copies, $15; twenty copies
t The annual horse show, which has just Arrive Lake: 'it)'.......................... !11:30': p. M. It 1 is folly to experiment with the numerous *of-.i. club AU extralopysentfrtetnthegetterup'

opened at the Palais de 1'Industrie, was well Leave Live Oak........................... 2:15: A. M. low-priced mixture, of cheap materials a '
attended today, there being moreover, a Arrive Tallahassee....................... 7:00: .\.111. and without medicinal ,virtues offered as Address, 'fill': 7JMKS;::, "

w of the element as Arrive Albany.............................10:45: .,. M.Arrive blood-purifiers!! while disease becomes more Philadelphia._l'a.__ ;
t large sprinkling military $. Savannah..... .................... U:11O: .,. M. tiruily seated. Avtu's SARSAPAKILLA is a : TRY THK
4. the afternoon was devoted to the leaping Leave Savannah ,......................... 4:30:: p. N. medicine of such ('Onct'ntratel'urat6! : : 4

of the non-commissioned Leave Albany ............................. 4.00: p. )I. power that it is by far the Ix'-st, cheapest, YORK OBSERVER :
performances the Leave TlIllalia'-'l'C ....................... 5:43 1'. M.Leave. und most reliable\ blood-purifier known. NEW ,
cers. The arrangement made for aC<'Om- STOVES: HEATERS.: HANGERS.: live 0.11............................ 2:15: A. M.Leave Pliy icians know its composition and prescribe THIS YEAR
JllodatiOIl of visitors were admirable, and SIIEFr"rIRONV.1R1: Lake (itv .......................... 3JlM) it. It has been widely used for forty I -
J or arena, Is in even better trim TIN AND IA'aJt.: Carrie........................... Oat: A. )t. years and has won the unqualified. confidence Till L.tRf1JST'D. BEST
the course ROOFING AND GU1vnmm.l'UI1'8. ) Leave OhMee....... ........................ 4:40: A. )I. of millions: wham it has: beiietited. 1'.H'J.IX Tin: WOIILU.z J.JJlLY.

than it was last year. Leave :Sanderson........................- 5:20.: .t. M. Prepared 6y Dr. J. C. & On. .
The commissioner-general of the coming DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.: IA.'a"'0 Darbyville.......................... 5.Vi' : A, M. Ayer ; r Send for Sample
exhibitioner electricity has issued: a noticeto A large stock of Stoves on hand. Hive' mea l.eaweILildwin............?........-..,..? 0:40: A. N. Vracticul ami Aualjtlcal CheiuUU, I -l"op-I-'r('(.

the date, prior to which call and comjiare my prices with those of IA'arc'hitl' ll )ux>..................... "Art: _\. )1'. Lowell, Mass. .. NKW YORK

applications the effect that for space must be sent In, has: other houses, here or elsewhere. Arrive Jacksonville..................... .:50.\. )(. OLU BY ALL lJatlililn EVEII.\"WIUU. j 1-3t 37 Park Row ORSKUVKIt New York.,


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( CUI.TUn 1:, A little attention to improvement in seed 1.'r.1I b'rlf.! 'i-aa-o --i-881. r

The raising of silk worms ami the production i h almost invariably rewarded by an advanced -- --- --

of silk is engaging the attention uf the price for the'same, as well as: by an (..anTI,)) 6 v co.sis t tI
increased 'icllll1 the crop. Any seed can I

people in many of the Southern states. This be improved by careful selections made: at ........, ..,...... ...... ............ .............,........,....., f ri
is nn industry well adapted to this State, the opening) of'thc crop from the most prolific : : I"I"

why should we not get up a society for the !stalks and earliest matured bolls, and, 1.U.rll.z.n; : "n .i THEFLORIDA ,
the matter commends itself to every planter. .. ,.
purpose drawing attention to it, ami of The seed, in the Southwestern( :States' were ......,........ .....................,.......... ............,..... II.
gathering tip information on the subject. formerly considered of so little value a:* to be I.

The New Orleans Times says : thrown aside. Now, however the manufactrc :; Tin: REST I

It is quite possible that LouiMana ito of seed oil has become an important industry IJ J :

have an association devoted to the encouragement over forty of these mills being scattered rplllNG for FALL GARDENS:: : being

of the production of silk. through thecotton belt, pressing: : annually JL not only a perfect plant fond, but will
A preliminary meeting of the friends: of over 400,()(") tons of seed. an.I yielding keep all insects at a respectful distance.

this! industry is called to meet for organization about thirty-live gallons! of oil per ion, or a For sale in anv quantity, large or !small' :

at the residence! of )1 ro\: Gernon i on =St.- total of 14,000,000( ) gallons, which i is extensiveljMised nnd l'OIlIItn'r'l'1"1I' delivered FREE: on MIRROR :1

Charles: street, opposite) Lafayette :Square. ; for adulterating )pure olive oil, boats or ears. Vegetable! growers, THY IT.GOl'LD .
:Silk:; culture has made France rich, and as! which the adulteration I is sold. A: CO.. i '
is now becoming a prominent industry in After the oil has been expressed, the cake 01 r m :S\ W. Hay St., .Jal'ksllll\'iIIt', Fla.

various portions: of the North and California is used for feeding cattle, and is largely exported .. .. .- ,
-- --- -- !
for that purpose. At the oil mill the ,
where there several influential '
are very .1. X. UOHSOX A- SOX.C'oiiiiiiisMion .
lint that adheres: the seed, after they have ,
societies: already in working order.. It has n' t .
: through the farmer's gin i is first t ta .\ ,
been passed ,
suggested, that the following subjects .__
ken off 411- III !
the and in the whole
by "picker,
may be discussed the meeting : Theadap- !
amounts to hundred bales of cotton. -I JI'r.'hn./-/ .
many ,
tability ofthe Gulf states for rearing t the silkworm i I ,,I'I ;
Next, the "hulle'r" take011' the outer coating 11--- I .I
varieties of the and the
; mulberry of the seed the kernel to be ..
leaving .ft '
best methods of their propagation) ; prescr- pressed: into oil and oil-cakes, the hulls fur CHARLESTON:: S. 1'.. ----STE !
ration of silk seed of
worm ; care cocoons: ;
niching material for the maker. The 'ftIr'i.
also the bet method of silk. paper
:! reeling paid for seed these oil mills is about i.:
The Times has always advocated silk raising price by : themselves\ stria ly to their
f" ton buhcl; of seed about CONFINING
per a weighing ..
as an industry which will not fail to add ,:, respectfully) solicit consignments.
immeasurably to'the resources of the South. thirty pound: I ,f
The yield of cotton the
per acre past season
It will also be: the means of giving occupation J
be considered above the
to hundreds of and children, may average. -- ---
: women
who now earn a precarious: living by teaching Some reported 1,000 )pounds, and. some even I.'I': n'I'II, i / i.: u.s.
s'of 1.VK) pounds" seed, cotton to the acre, while I j ; i
or by the needle. To this dai< persons
under MX) the estimate
none were general --- - -- - -
many of whom have been in allluent -tr
being about .soo lollnll .
circumstances, the silk oilers
industry a From excessive rains and unusual cold. This business has been our special) trade: '
and lucrative
light, agreeable moderately and even ice and snow, where t these latter for over twenty jears: and we IHI\'(' endeavoreil : t
employment, occupying: scarcely; three have scarcely ever been seen before the fall: to furnish'our\ planting lends a PURE:
months of the
S year. of 1S80 was ino-t unfavorable fur gathering ARTICLE:, and! \'Plltinlll'llpatrt1l1l1gt' is .
It is also business ea..iIIl'urtlrll,1I1I11
the crop. As late as the 17th of January, Mr.Aiken our best IItI"r"I'lIll'lI1.'c are )prepared to
there is market for quantity of seed
a any or met with a largo planter in Ark'ansas: fill orders! for all kinds of J.'t'I'tiiI.t'I'otogl'hl'r! : !
eggs in the Northern states( and Kurupe. The who !said: he i-tillltlli: one hundred and fifty with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and
cocoons! also command ready- sale at !silk ,
bales of cotton unpicked\ in the field.In Compound Phosphate.: '
factories of the North.
conformity instructions from the .1. N. \:OHOX: () : 0 j ,
The only really intricate part of the !silk Commissioner of Agriculture, Mr. Aikenpurchased lit> Charleston! S. (3. :
business is the of the liber from the ,
; reeling \
fur gratuitous distribution, which
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cocoons!!, but where there are number\ of persons forms distinctive feature of the )Department

engaged in the business, central be establishment considerable! supply of many of the II. J. HAKER & ] ItO. wH I :
for reeling could easily established imprl'cII'arietil'1' t that"were found, by

the expenses of which to be divided observation or upon\ the testimony of informed

upon the cooperative plan. but disinterested. parties, to combine

the desired, qualities of early maturity, prolific 1
A/ill' 1.01.VTS A11OUT COTTO yield and length of staple.; Aiming the LM.-I! : .

CULTURE. varieties purchased fur the \Department, and

which have been and arc In-im; widely distributed I.
fiscal I
In making appropriations for the I :
ending June 80. 18S1 I, Congress enacted! throughout the cottolll'llt. we may Manufacturers ofCAI
year "
mention the Roll! Uarncs'Improved
that $;J.ooo should be expended in the purchase Large" : Prolific "
valuable varieties of cotton seed, and Cluster, "Simpson: Improved,
Prolific Jrt'tlner's Cluster"and
in such investigation: of the entire question Long" "Staple'orlll Proof varieties that be -+-111,:" J rrUTii.i/: : .->- .
; may
of cotton production as would tend to further
said to revolutionized the of
this indl1 As the production
develop try soon as appropriation
cotton in the localities to which., for the
became available Commissioner
most I have hitherto been confined.Cotton. .
part, they
Le Due secured the services: of an experienced
and intelligent cotton grower, )Ir. A.M. ==. BC>C> .A..N'"D==

Aiken, for making such purchases and
investigations. That gentleman having visited TUK SILK CULTUKK AT TIll .

in furtherance of these objects, portions SOUTH. ..r.(" OnI'; b

of West Tennessee, Arkansas. Texas, Louisiana Editor Morninq JNViM.: I read with some interest ,

:.Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South your article published about two weeks --'I'n. -._- .-
Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia, has
ago on silk culture in Georgia, as well'asthat
made a full and intelligent report of the in the AVtwi of yesterday.\ $' U\Xt1nl'; t1. .

work done, and ofthe information gathered Your readers who have had no experience -.-:..-----..-::...-.

from observation, and by personal: interviews in raising silk worms and cocoons might

and correspondence with practical conclude, from reading the articles: that it is
planters in those I"tates.rl) have just received i-al'\'lirt to the ofthe JOB PRINTING HOUSE
nerc get cuttings morns A Most Superior Article, under our own
the advance sheets: of this report. iiiulticaullx from nurserymen, and go j ,

With views of comparing the different through the trouble, expense and delay of .Special Formula.UNCOMPLETED .
methods of cultivating cotton in different
orchard of
raising an or grove mulberry trees
localities, u series of questions was propounded before they can begin to raise the silk. On
by :Mr. Aiken to such parties as the I'untral'the worms: ft'rtnnll\ do well
could be reached as to the mode of
)preparing on t the leaves ofthe common wild or native
the land, the distance between the rows, mulberry, and there are enough native mulberries

the number of plowings, the implements growing about the farms, fence rows \
used in planting and working, the varieties and branch sides to feed, all the worms that MANURES aFou
of seed sown, etc., etc. Sifting the various will care to begin with.
answers to these several inquiries, we are led anyone So that any of your readers who wish to Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,

to the following conclusion. : That the give that industry a trial need only to order
land should first be ploughed deep, and in the eggs: from the parties you mention or En.lII"lt)! CHOP,

the fall, where practicable ; that )planting anywhere else they are to be had. Set them
should commence as early in the spring as to hatch and go to feeding t the common wild
\ assurance of spring weather is had: ; that the mulberry leaves to them. They are to be fed Prepared) l on scientific )principles to supply)
distance between the rows should be from about thirty when amiwel \
days they are grown
the exact )plant food for each so! as
twelve to eighteen inches, depending<< on the )) up in the cocoon. Then they are stilled crop

same conditions ; but of this we shall have or !IICIII1lHluf{' ready for market. There to produce large yields per acre.A1X0 .

something! to say further on. i is said to be a regular ,market for the cocoon
:Since:; the Warthern experiments in 173, at the silk manufactories in New Jersey and FE11NANDINA ITiOllIDA.
where live bales: of cotton were made on a other places.At ,
little over one acre with 4S10 !stalks, numerous the price you mention, a dollar 1\1111/\

experiments have been made to test the half to two dollars\ a pound, it looks like the

question, and hardly a test has failed to indicate business of raising the cocoons would be remunerative }'HDmCimcmWILI.: CHEMICALS: : :
the very great advantage in having a especially in a mild climate like '
lesser number of stalks than has been the ours.which favors the growth of the mulberry

general custom heretofore. Instead of: OOOO, wt'\lI1.'i\ of the silk worm It supplies a SULPHATE: AMMONIA. .
to oO.OOO stalks per acre, it has been very satisfactorily soureeof income the summer! when we -- -- -- -

determined that not over imO< are most in need of money There is noes- "
should be permitted on the poorest soil devoted pensive outlay or investment to risk: in giving ACID }'JllIl'HATI'WIIATI':; ,

to cotton, and that on rich land from it a trial. The eggs are deposited by the

3,000 to 5,000 will make a better yield than moth by the million oil paper, und may be :\ : ; OF POTASH! ,
ten times this number. The methods observed sent anywhere by mail.

in the Warthern experiments: have If it i is intended to go into the business extensively ,
been fully sustained by subsequent trials permanently, it would be well SULPHATE: OF SODA, Having added M1U': TVIT. A.M> MiU'; I'lU'.MNK.S: : to our office, and bavin?

In that case, the land, after thoroughly to get the cuttings! or sprouts of the multicaulis -

breaking was! checked three by three feet- or silk mulberry and start an orchard.! NITRATE: OF SODA, :SKILLED;) WORKMEN; who know how to me the same, we are now
six to eight seed being dropped in each hill ; There are trees growing in most neighborhoods
thinned to one !-talk-a "Clu ter" variety of in the eastern half of this state from
cotton being planted. No hoeing was given which cuttings may be had. This species of .SUPERPHOSPHATE! : ; LIME:, )prepared to do any and every kind of printing.!:

-it being cultivated: simply with the bWl'<'p. mulberry grows from the cuttings (some of ,

The soil was sandy, with stiff clay subsoil, our natives do not). It may not be too late :-! UI.1'JLTI'I.fI: : I'.,,;I.\, .
and had been in cultivation sixty )'ears. The in the season now to plant them. One great
manure used was: 1,400 pounds: Peruvian guano excellence! in this mulberry is that it limbs

GO cart-loads pine traw, GO bushels cot low and produces very large leaves. Any Strictly lnr' ( ton seed, and 400 bushels rotted stable manure old house or outhouse in our climate will answer

; the whole cost, including labor and for the worms They can be fed on the .

I, rent of land, covered by less than the proceeds floors, or on tables or shelves. l>oyou know Our circulars give particulars, and are
of a bale and a half of cotton. where the eggs can be bought? mailed free to all They contain

Hut to return to Mr. Aiken's investigations. Respectfully, information that will applicants.!III' service to th/J! These showed further, as was to have "Pooll RlCIIARIi": or using Fertilisers. 3lmItmt'OjJIre ,
j Jl been anticipated, that stable and commercial Washington county. (ia. April :2,1H81.

manures were most successfully employed .
'when used in conjunction ; that cotton>seed Xtlt Ice.

composted with ueid phosphate, constituted obtained for new inventions, Office Jluuft From 8.00; .\. M. to (J.OO; p. M.jfoney .
one of the best fertilizers for the crop ; that P.1TIIXTS or for improvements! in old ,, Orders and Regi-tered Ix-tter* from

the ordinary application was 400 pounds to ones. Caveats, Infringements, Trade-Marks 8.00; A. M. to 1:00 I'. )t. : and from 2.oo; I'. M.to .
the acre of bucli compo-t ; and that this was and all patent business promptly attended :1:11':: p. M. Sunday* from 100! to 11-'JO; A.

perhaps most serviceable when applied" in to. INVENTIONS THAT IfAVE BEEN M. and 3:30 to 4:30 p. )I. .
the drill. The crop generally pitched"for REJECTED titill in most cases: be >at- .
may j AKU1VAL AM I'KPtUTfKK Of TIIK ). 'U.K. .
\x > iiutl <:'liH Ofllro iii I'lurlclu.Don't .
twenty-five to thirty-live acres to" the entl'tly us. Being opjmsite the IT. S. Patent Xurtliern/ -Arrive* daily at 10:30A.M.CloMH ) > utlj UN" | UN It. )
horse, and twice as many hoe hands are Office! ami engaged in PATKNT; BUSINESS 3.UJP. M.Suuthtni .

needed to keep it "dean") (free from grass) EXCLUSIVELY; we can secure patents J/ Arrives 3.30; p. M.Cli .
as there are one-hon.e plows used in cultiva in less time than those who are remote >se* 10.00A.M.

ting. from Washington. ....1. Mary'i ami Tiwlff'* Jlill J/'I V-
Perhaps toi"wir to other (cause we trace the increased Patent Office, alillal'i.e
any may make search in the 1"lClaawl, Thuixlayx ut H.lxj .\. M.
production per acre in man? localities. a* to it:* patentability frrt uf tharyt. 1 I. M'iru't, U/.., only- <. .
For nine-tenths, of the cot
u long time oiidence confidential AH-H reasonable
< 4 rrei : Arrives Monday* ami Thursday* at *< .'*> A. M. 'it
ton planters were satisfied to use, from year anti NO CHAUGE: UNLESS PATENT '
; Tuesday* and Friday* ut li-SO: p. M, !.I..
to what i is known "common ., 0<
year green ; IS OBTAINED.We ; :
'' WeduVdaynundS.it'day* ut !0.0") .\. ).. .. .
seed, which, instead) of being improved, \* .
I. refer by permission to City I'll .
I.I *** Tuewlay Wednesdays, .
Ll.Jluuall,1tw"t'I1l'ratin in l ,
productiveness and to the SI11.iuh.ull'ut of the '' .' ,
I. Friday, and Saturday* tit .: :>/) p. M.S ,-
ami are inferior in the grade of "lint pro Post-Office Order Division in Wash
Money \MI.. T. Riuiictt, P. M.MO .
duced.The. In rton. For fr >ex"ial references, circular, advice .
, origin of lhe nni t improved ,vari terms, etc.| address --- -- ;.,.. ....1II11"tlf order for PRINTING, BINDING and RULING t.i wftice* outid -

I t'tit'S-whkh have generally fancv titles, as C. .\. SNOW A CO.tf ., ItctturdWill
"Gold! Drop." "IIIU.1tiulI.'uutllt'rlI '.'- Opp.Patent Office. Washington, 1)0.JOU the :Stat.., 4 >rd lH'viv-ii for proof to convict (he one .
Hojie, or are named after the |*r ons who !
have propagated them, as: Dixori," Peeler who destroyed (!he >i'n board OK the I.wilt.I".t
near the; railroad thoix. I
"Cheat ham .
"Simiwuii. etc. -mavusual
PRINTING in and at
W. F.
Iv be traced hack to the Petit Uulf
anti "lltJ'd'>> I'rulit c." lowest rate*, at the Minium office. Road ('oUllllb..hJ\lr, Ftrnandiiiu J Jj Ut. 1 m/tii! Fr.K U'I'<* t, I"u.



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MIRROR. The New Il'scnpcluu'ch.. the )peace of the community ; and they pray While there might arise! grave constitutional }' generally have written up the Gala

a i I !. The plans of the new Episcopal! church, that the defendants!! may be restrained from ) question< as to the power of the Legis I lay in extense, and Fernandina and Fernandina's -
asserting! or exercising! any official Railroad has been well
S.OO A RJ.OO FOR SIX MONTHS.Local to be erected on Centre street, were prepared, in said city, and from anywise Interferingwith authority lature to create permanent city government Short Line .
retaining the of officers
appointment *
by R. S.: Schu'lerII'J", architect. now of the complainants in the exercise of in the State, the objection does not arise WithThe exception of a misunderstandingabout

Itefleettons Waldo, formerly of Troy, X. Y. The building their official duties.I when the government created is only pro the starting of the regatta, which the
.I ---- The first question to be determined I is visional. feel themselves competent
substantial committee
: I is to be of concrete, with '! regatta
Dr. J. Marion
Sims, a distinguished!: physi- whether court of chancery has of sort oc-
jurisdiction In the case of the People ex rrl. Lcroyt. to deal with, no disturbance: any
Han of New York, has been in the city the walls, to )be covered with a coating cement. in the case presented, to enable it to Hurlbert\ above quoted, questions! very ,similar curred to mar the day, and the original pro
; I past week. It will be 100 feet in length and 33 grant the relief [prayed for. I think it has to those arising! in this case were raised) gramme was fully and successfully carried
feet III width! with (timber roof and such jurisdiction It is conceded that this and determined.
: Rev. Mr. Curtis of Chicago will rcach an open The Legislature of ( out.
]> in Gothic style. The plans are very complete Court cannot try and determine the title to passed) an act to create ft board of pub All of which I is respectfully submitted,
in the Presbyterian church to-morrow morn time offices: in (question ; but when it appears' lic works in and for the City Detroit," and and I have the honor to be, gentlemen,
; ing and evening. and the building will be great/ ornament that, there are two bodies, claiming to be the the officers of the board were appointed by Your most obedient servant,

After this week, the Mnllory steamers will to our city, and make a new departure Common Council of the City of Fernan the legislature; in the act itself. R F. ARMSIRONO,
I in church architecture. The windows will iii lilt, and that by and on account of such Justice Cooley, one of our ablest con..tilu.tlonal Secretary Executive Committee.
not to Jacksonville but will make Fer-
go conflicting! I claims! I the peace nnd good) orderof
writers his the -
in elaboratcopinionin
be filled with "stained, ) glass, and. the
nandina( their terminus. the community: is endangered court of taken the
case !says : I have no\ doubt it was entirely The following action was by
The City of Dallas, of the Mallory( Line, interior as well as the exterior will he chancery has a right to 1 Issue! its restraining competent for the legislature to abolish) the executive committee at a final meeting, held .

I arrived from New York on Tuesday) night quite ornate. The old church building order. One party or the other must be old and provide for new board to take its
has done good service! in its day, but I is! now wrong; and as nil persons are bound to place. That would be but the ordinary April 19th, 1881 :
with freight and) )passenger obey time law: and all who transgress the exercise of legislative i !supervision! and Ordered, That the secretary be instructed
Colonel) McDoncll Solicitor too small! for he congregation( and i is going law nnd improperly interfere with those of .1 60 balance unexpended -
t State Owens, ) control in matters of municipal cor- to pay the sum $ ,
t t lion. II. J. Baker, Mr. Yntc, Robt. Smith, to decay. The new location is very central who appear) to have the piima facie rightto porations. I think, also, that the Legislature to the chairman of the Board County
+ I and convenient, and) occupies a commanding administer\ the duties of ofilce, and might make a provisional appoint- Commissioners, for the poor ; and the lan
): and others in nttcndancc the
I Esq., arc on
thereby time and left from the
I endanger: safety of other materials
and over
sight. The faithful rector, Rev. Mr.( Thackara : peace a fluent to put the new system in operation. terns
: court. community, must be subject to the judicial The right to do so appears to be incident to celebration to be stored subject to the order

i We were visited with a soaking rain on will have reason! to rejoice in the erectionof power established by law, and( for the )purpose the right to confer and recall corporate Captain I). B. Maxwell.

I : Tuesday, which must have been very beneficial a new church after his long ministrations of preventing disturbance! and confusion powers." The learned judge, after further Ordered That the report of the secretary
I and faithful and /ealous work. He has done in the community, a chancery court discussing the matter says : Thc difficulty be published in The Florida Mirror.
:_ to the truck farmers.! The temperature has the power to enjoin one of the conflicting here is that the appointments made are for Upon motion of Captain Maxwell, tho
j i was decidedly<< cool during Wednesday.) a great deal to assist! other parishes and mission bodies claiming\ official authority until full terms' (two, four, six and eight committee then adjourned sine die.

;J,.; I R J : We acknowledge the receipt of an invitation stations to erect houses of worship, amid 1 the finest: ion of validity of title can "be settled years,) and do not\ assume to be pro' G. 1J. LAMAR,

: to be the debate between we hope he will now receive abundant aid by time judgment of a common law visional." Notwithstanding\ this difficulty, Chairman.
I 1 i present joint from ot her:4.I court. Kerr vs. Trego, 4? J'cnn., 293 ; Dillon one, however: that docs not arise in R. F. ARMSTRONG,
: I ; ) the literary societies of the Binghnm, N. C., I : --- --.- -. on Municipal Corporations; lin'ghtlcy's Trading this! case, a provisional government having Secretary.

,.,; i ; school), sent! us by the courtesy of Sergeant I Basic Sunday. Caws on Elections, p. 6,1!. been expressly )rovhl<'l1. Justice Cooley
;. I The solicitors( for the defendants urged in arrives at this conclusion "In view the List of Letters
r t i J. Percy Moore, of Florlca.X' ) This great festival of the Christian year : my
1 We find in the New York World of argument of this case that the said act of appointees( for the time Icing, are entitled) to Remaining in the Post-Office at :Fernandin-
; :J April celebrated usual in the : and
was us Episcopal[ ( )February 21, under which I the complainants the offices, and, the defendant and his associates
", I t tlth, a report of the speech Senator Jones, Roman Catholic churches of our city. claim the right to exercise their functions, is are displaced.) :Mr. Justice Christiancy na, Nassau ('o1nlFla.., April 21, 1881.

'. ,l)' I'I t) j I \i i of Florida, ftt Newark:. J., :delivered on At St. Peter's Episcopal church, neVe 0. 1'. unconstitutional amid void, nnd that no power concurred) in the opinion. Persons calling for these letters must !say advertised -
can be exercised under it.
From the hurried examination of this
; the 13th instant Thomas Jefferson's life :
: I t1 t t on Thauknra rector, the services were very impressive. The fact, that an act has been passed by ease: which I have been ablt to make, f
j. : and work. The occasion of the speech was : The church was beautifully decorated the (Legislature, by its provisions: dissolving! I have reached the conclusion that the Alexander, Nellie Johnston, A. A. F.

;. t : l : : the celebration) of the recurrence of the 138th with a profusion; of flowers, arranged and repealing the charter under which the complainants, who hold under the act Ball Benson, F., E.Mr. Jones Johnston., Ellen{ Fannie

I r f. :: anniversary of the birth of Jefferson by the with admirable skill and taste. A massive defendants sufficient claim to hold) office! might constitute I recently passed I by? the legislature! for the Castles! Miss LouCampbell Johnson, Prince
a prima facie title, and authorize and dissolution
repeal of cities under certain
:T Essex County JcfTcrsonlan Democratic Club. floral and the ) Robeit Kinghnm J. B.
l' 'N cross surmounted the altar, at this court to grant the relief pra 'ed. circumstances, and by the appointment of

'f : \ I ) Colonel W. K. Heard, the State agent/ for front and other portions of the chancel floral But I feel that it would not be just to' the the Governor under said act, have the apparent Clinch Carter, John Elsie KccnanEugeneKingham J. B.

,' I : the settlement) of the claims of the State ont decorations were placed I in profusion The parties interested, to make any order in the UT prima facia right to act as.: officers! Charde, Charles arkcc John,
i case without first examining into the con of the of that the
t ; f" accoun Indian hostilities, )passed<<1 through music was rendered by Miss Julia A. Hor Ititutionalllul'-t raised. At least far City Fctnandina and Colton, Lottie Ixring, AdalincMcCan
: on so .charter under which. the defendants! claim,
',: I I our city on Friday en route Washington, sey, soprano ; Miss!!! Cora O. A very, alto ; Major as may be necessary! for the purposes of this having been repealed, they ought to be enjoined (Cammel, Mollie( Henry

!ij [V to look after the auditing of the State claims. W. B. C. Dtiryee and :Mr. J, 11. Perkins, motion. j as prayed in the complainants bill, Cooper! J., William E. .* Price.O'Neil,Sarah ThornDa'i4. :\,

: Mr. W. J. Young, who lies for several years tenor ; Mr.( )E. 0.- Friend, basso ; Mr. C. V. It,)bodies i is conceded arc creatures by law writers of the State.that municipal It until the question of t title can be settled intIme Drake, \\'. A. ,_.. i'arislmJesse!
'I' en- such
f J/t{: / been connected with Mallory steamship llillycr, or I\IIiflt. clows: them with such functions!! of corporate manner provided---- --- --cases. Debcrieh, John B\-: I Peterson, Abner

,\:1: t c Jacksonville office on in Monday this city to ,represent)leaves the for Opening Voluntary......... ............Beethoven the I life i and local)intrusts government,them ,with as the such Legislature share in Letter from IIi knita County. Early Edwards, Summer, Annah -'Pendarvis I:teethV.. H.HArrison Jr.

Christ, Our I'assovcr..J. It. Thomas NKWTOKT FLA. 13 1881. Fraiser, Isidelln Robinson, MillieRostick. (
in its
r judgment;; deems best. It controls : April ,
line in that city Mr. I'. McQuaid, having
i J ( ( liass and trnor nolos and and and Freman, I). Roda
Containing soprano regulates them while I hey exist, and An old colored) woman that resided near
', j h resigned the agency. abolishes them at discretion. Foster, Chas.Grant Smith, Ben
alto FUll.To They are regarded -
,I ( here burned to death lost She
was Sunday.
A. :Smith.: J. H.
; I Cable dispatches of the 19th instant nnt as agencies of the State, clothed for

t noullce the floutli of the Kurl of Helicons- Ieuimm..J. 1 r. Rogers till---- HUH___n_> with..n_. .A. ,,.,"rl... ..inn".. nf"... .if."* .siw.---r,.rt.crt, had) \been sick for sonic time, unable to go Gray, C. E.: :Spear: H. II.
t }J88ctIIICllur, solo*. which may be recalled in whole; or in part tiny where. The family all went ohIo church Heading, Thomas 1'51111'IIlIl'nrv'
j field, who died in London at four o'clock of
r Jubilate Deo..................... ...............I Dunks whenever thc necessity or usefulness\ of stub and left her in bed( all alone when they returned Hays! Ben :Small, ('apt. A.
I t. that morning. It is understood! that Dean Ill.ll' a"lpo\Vl'r( is no longer Coolfif ; Hail! .1.) :Smith: Benjamin
I Tenor solo, bass solo with soprano and alto uccomjianiment. apparent. they found her laying on the hearth Hulstcd Win. H. Smith. MissSylvey
Stanley; has offered a tomb Westminster 'UII. titIlUm/fl1 Limitations, 1'Jl; 1't-ople cf: \
J :' Abbey for the remains. ret Isrt/y vs. llurlltert, 24 .Michigan., 44; V before the fire, the clothes all burnt off of Hunter, (..Cherry Frank

;\ ; 101st Hymll, moria Tibi.......Mali-quartette! American llcports, 107; Angel and Amen I onCorporafloni I her, and she i burnt so her entrails and. )heart Hippie. Adda Silva, Mrs. Hewson
k S. J. Wailcs Esq.} Washington, the Hale, :Mrs. Henry Trelil, J.Whitus. .
Anthem : Let Thine Hand) Help .Handel pp. 27 and SS. could i be seen. A hole was burnt in the
: n : agent employed' )by Governor Drew in obtaining I 11 I the Legislature had the right, to f'pl'alllllli Hull! Nancy Phillip
Tenor Bolo ((41f,'. Diiryfc) with ijuaiiitte clu, ill/. floor but other done to the .
.tt : the )patents: (for 8c\'cmlml1lionH of I dissolve the chatters of cities, has! it repealed no damage was Hippie, .AdtiaViids, G. Ii.
4 Ir I 10th Hymn. I the charter of the City of Fernandina I in accordance building. It is supposed: that shcgot up and Hawkins, T. D. \\rpl,< John
3 acres of land from the United States,spent a
) The beautiful( and. picturesque cemetery with the provisions and restrictions: went and laid down by the fire nnd the Hutchinson, A. Williams I Henrv
I day at the Egmont this week. lie takes of lie constitution ? Harvey( Wm. Wright, john
which surrounds the church was beautifully clothes took fire and burnt her to death.
I t great interest: in tlje' prosperity of Florkia.I very 'fhe( 21 ti'lt section of the ,I Ith aiticle of the Jenkins, Emma Williams I I I Kachcl
I The Circuit Court, Hon. JlIlIl'S1.:: Baker decorated) by loving hands with constitution. provides that time Legislature Rev.: Charles Ileechcr resides here, and is })Nllerr, Ansil ('olt, Miss(j! Henry Eatia

: presiding, has been in session during thoweek. choice flowers.! There is no more )beautiful shall establish a uniform i system of county: now trying his: hand at farming. He is: not S\ML. T. RIIIDELL, : P. M..irIiicIxE. .

I spot in our city than this sweet home of the town and municipal government.( I am too proud to work, and cultivates the soil
\ 1 1': Owing to the fact that Judge Baker inclined to believe that the constitutional
,. departed, which seems! MI well fitted for the himself, as farmers: do North. Ho has a :: .
; was a )law partner of lion H. J. Baker, of provision 'quoted i is not applicable to this
quiet and repose of those who have gone to act. Its effect and purpose is to destroy not nice little place )here, an orange orchard: l\trt
this: city, before he Wl'ntnll the hench, many of Fernatultna.
1 i their rest.: to create. I It is not an act to regulate municipal and several very large pecan I rees. No other
:f; I I civil cases had to be (continued which. the business '' but to recall man WATER.
--- ---- '----- ; powers' granted -
white here.
? j firm had been of counsel.The l. The City Government. and hence uniformity of application may family aturlaypril :3..3:21): : A. M. :3:55: p. M. .
H : ___. not be hut I will This is beautiful location, for a town Sunday\ II 'I. 4"3": .jo.'jfl":'
\ made ) the necessary. rely upon 'a ::::: :? :
Application was! by attorneys of Monday;\ 25; :.I" 5:54 "
..r t Catholic Fair.Tho I this: construction to sustain t the validity of and has a good country around it. Timefiuicst :
', the legal city last t to Tuesday, 215..... (1:15": (5:41 "
I. government, on Monday I the act, but 'will invoke the construction :
I Hall\ the ) sulphur springs in the State here. ; .
Fair ut Hibernian for benefit are a' '
Wednesday 27......
it! Judge J. M.( taker, Judge; of the Fourth Judicial given by the Supreme Court: in the case of : 7: 'O"
( of the new Convent in this! city will be McMurruy: fJ ,.,.1., is. )McConihe: reported in17th I am hero trying their medicinal virtues', Thursdav, 28...... 7:4\1: !> HIS": :
Circuit at Jacksonville at chambers
I continued for another week. The China Tea ]Floiula.. The act clearly' comes: within and feel ('nntill'lIt, that they are going to Friday, 'I :2!!)...... 8:31: t" 8:55: "

Sett, etc., will bo rallied during the week. for tin injunction( against certain person: the requirements there given The law is! cure me of rheumatism. I have only been

'" from exercising or assuming to exercise the general its terms and in, its application to IH-IC a ft'\\'lb's. nnd they have already given }:XTER :D. ,

t'' Itnlo'llIne to Vegetable Shippers. functions of officers! under any pretended all cities, that may fall within its provisions.: relief. :\\prillG-. Alice Borda: Dukes, Wilmington. ( .
It applies to all cities that have contracted me .
I, I Hereafter Fcrnundiim will )bo the terminus 1III1nil'ipallluthol.ity. Tho application was!
I hUIUlclllhIIII, or may hereafter do so, and afterwards II. C. RIPI-KY.; iI 20-S. S. City of Dallas) Risk, New
t, of the Mallory\ Lino steamships.: Steamers argued on behalf of the city by Messrs. 11. fail or refuse to make provisions: for .- -- ---- Y"k" .

'I I will sail: for New York every Thursday! J. lInker and J. Walker, and in opposition the payment of such indebtedness. Time What it Coat April 22-Bark Suppicich, (Gcr.), Meyer,

". ; thereto by ex-Judge 11. It. Archibald act leaves no option to I the corporations Demarara.
arrival of the.aftornoon trains, instead of on J.mu: fWIXApril15, 1S8I'To I
either to its The
and) Colonel H. lli.sbee. The reserved accept or reject provisions.: the Kfemtive Coinmittce ('L ..\UF.O.
1 1. Friday us heretofore. Shipper* and travelers: judge act was passed for the benefit of creditors!, to OtlJay, April
1, t can; depend steamers leaving on time.i his decision! to be given at the April term enable them to secure their indebtedness) as. 6, 1HSI : '\l'rilIH-foIdl. Alice Borda, Dukes. New
Circuit Court Fernandina. well to the credit of the of (JE.NTLK.MKN : I herewith beg to hand you York.
at as:
-------- protect people
tho State and left the reports: of treasurer and of the various April :20-S. S. City of I Dallas, Risk: New
> 'Jlf Juvenile I'fiiri/orr. In uccordllll'lwith the above tho jwrtics: interested are
Judge York.
<< committees in charge of tho regatta and festivities -

t- It is )probable) that we will have an oppor Baker delivered the following opinion yesterday ut not liberty, as: they tOII\'ull may themselves deem: best.of its benefits'or held in honor of the opening of the >rl,1rrSt'll] ( : Catherine W. May, Davis,

:, I !1'' tunity of having the lIpl'TIlIf I I. M. S. Pinafore morning in open court : "'\ statute may be conditional, and its Fernandina & Jacksonville\ Railroad. Philadelphia.April .

I I I in this: city. Wo are reliably informed taking clFect may"be made to depend upon From the treasurer's report there appearst 19-:S.: P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charles
In Fourth Judicial Circuit (..burt"iuuau have been paid in, ton.
sonic subsequent event. Cooley Constitutional -
I t that the Juvenile Troupe of Jacksonville, County! Florida. Limitations 117. on From citizens the sum of.................$3SO! 00 April 19-:-Bark Union (Br), Webb, Rosario -

I under the management of :Mr. A. It. Campbell Gl'STAV Sr\UK:\ KTAL This is not a dl'1l'guh'll'owl'r.p. The <,r From hotels, the sum of.................. 75 00 Argentine Republic.

will give a matinee hero Saturday) vs. )!>' In Challccr}'. granted in time statute is complete. It is pow only From" corporations, the bum o(.,.....'.. 250 00 April! 22. -:Sch.: Jas.! F. Baker, Davis, Phil-
April 30. These little ones have C. A. HALEY, ET AU J conditional so far as it provides the mannrtrin -
honors: in their various performances won givenin The complainant's bill filed in this" cause ... ... uIii.I.. .I.i._".. f..ldvjt.v .t".1..._.._.. .tiii\.... ,*.n.vnil. .... .(.limit.selves ......- '.,_ _h_ Sum___!...total_,. of____subscriptions'. __ .......$711 00 York. -.>-S--!<--i--.. T'lfnf_nn. .-.. 1It....... .... tit..... .n,._,a.vw""M..
r roia nUIIHl3 CUIIIIIIIUl't'II, -
alleges that tho City of Fernandina heretofore of the rl'lIlCly'lIIlctt'll for t their benefit.A une.xpenu'Ii
Jacksonville. ook for the bills next law bala 74 00 IN' IMHT.
01:1IJc to take efl'eet
: passed lu-
chartered under time general law of the From sale of II..
week. hi'IISt'li luatpr ; .. 8 35) Bark Supm'cich.
tt _.._. State providing for the corporations of cities turn, even of privatu cori orutioiis.
-- ------- Bark
and towns hail and still has )bonded indebtedness where the charter reserves the power to repeal Guiding Star.
a Total from allliouJ''es
Tax Sales.Wo receipts 79t U4 Brig Ellen
and the legislature in a Maria.
ami that such bonds ; may summary
; r i are glad to note that the lists of tax due and unpaid, ; that no fund for arc the payment past manner exercise that power. ithrop et at) To This ball mini committee was! disbursed.aa f follows 100 00: Schooner S. C. Evans.
Schooner ,
sales advertised the State much of sucli' bonds, has been is. Insurance Coinm.; United Matt Circuit Mary Stuart.
; through are provided ; that Court: Connecticut Central Law Journal To fl'gattcomruitlpc.: ...... l9.i! 00 Schooner R. Shaw.'
: 3 )less (than usual. "'0 arc sorry tQ see that 01\ act of the. Legislature of Florida was January of 7, 1876. To sports committee........... GO 00 Schooner C.! H. Foster.Stockholders. .
passed on the 2Hh of 1881 !
ii t Nassau county presents( so formidable u list, entitled day February, The first section of tho act provides) for the To military and music: com.. Ill 00
"An act to and dissolve .
repeal incidental
To expenses....... ti iti 4.'tTo :
:r. but presume' that the assessor' has done Ids municipal corporations: under certain circumstances l1ill.401ullol01111 repeal of the charter of cities: Meeting.A .
pyrotechnic committee... 234 51-796 tHor
duty very thoroughly, and that it is: a kind and to provide (he manner in and. towns\: jiaving a bombs indebtedness meeting or"the stockholders of the Feriiamliim
past due, and for the of which no -
j ( of clearing up auction The list in Leon which such cities may become reIncorporated fund has been provided payment such dissolution the amount appropriated ($100)), Lyceum Association will )be held at

rI county Is one of the smallest: in the State. If ;j"were that had under to effect raid> the act dissolution certain proceedings of- to be complete, and to take; effect U|,on the and the covered ball committee)back into used the treasury$'.H 10, $5 84 at the 8 halt o'clock J on: p.Wednesday m. the 4th day) of May.

the plan of adding penalty for deferred the charter of said city; t that on the :30th jl.iy issuing of the Governor's proclamation. 'l'hIIl'l'lIllI' Of $195 appropriated the regatta J0"3 HEPCJES, President)
and third sections the
there of March( the Governor; of time State made provide manner committee used THOMAS KVDD.
)payment was adopted, would be little of making the application to the Governor f 158 75, and covered Secretary.
necessity of any tax sale) advertisements at proclamation, declaring the charter of saul and give him authority to I issue such back into the treasury.. 36 25 Feroandina, Fla., April :21? 1881.
city dissolved that after said
.. ; proclamation Of$i0! appropriated the sport committee __ .
proclamation\ of di$$ollllion.
_ the Governor, on the 31st day" of March np- used $19 38, and covered '
% The Orange
bill shows that the bondholders of the Land
]M>intcd the complainants Mayor and Aldermen : back into the' a ISargatn.
treasury... 10 62
1 :j
The L'gmont Hotel.The City of Fernandimi made this application valuable
of ftaid city, to exercise the powers andfunctions or $141 appropriated, the military tract of 310 acres hammock
: Egmont: closed for the season on the I. delegated) ) under the provisions of under the act, and that the )proclamation and music {'OlumittecSell $119 62 land, with wild orange grove on Orange
/. saul act within the boundaries was issued by the Governor, as authorized Lake; for sale) at bar .
of said a .in.
: 19th instant. The )leading Jacksonville hotels Cityof and that entered the discharge and coven*! back into the treasury 21 38 For particulars
complainants addrelH1
Fernandina; that complainants: accepted upon Of the amount ((234 :51)> ) voted timevrotecimzmic n. I{. F.URB.lCS
to remain until 1st of and ,
1 : are open May, said apNiiitnient| and took the official ; of their duties.: These allegationsare .\pril2. 1881-U .
committee there Fernandina.
think It would be better if the not denied and for the of this was
,- we Egmont oath prescribed, on the 2d day of April inst., purposes used $235 :51> and the $1 shortage
# was one of the last to close,M many )persons' and entered upon the discharge of their official motion must be regarded as admitted. I have charged in the incidental Xollce.
duties that previous! to said In considering the facts and the law, I am .
I desire to take Fernandina in their ; proclamation expense account. Notice ill lIt'rcLy
pro given that '
election WIII'all1 under the satisfied that said charter has been legally Warren 1< .
an : said The sum of $25 was voted for incidental Scott, Tax Collector t I
gramme for u sojourn on their way home. general incorporation{ act, to bo held) on the repealed. and dissolved, and that the officers: expenses, but nothing for printing. This 15th. 18SI, proct'cd,with will, on and after April .

; The warm spring days are very much modified 4th dlof April ; that notwithstanding chosen on April 4th, after such dissolution latter amounted alone to the sum of$28 ; so City Taxes : anti no the collection of ,
;t the the proclamation of the iiovernor were not elected under any existing municipal I'a 'rnent of City or Lt- 1
here by proximity of the sea, while to the credit of this account I have I'a.ed cease Taxes made after March
I under said act, and the apixrintincnt of the eimartergrantet by the State of Florida. all unexjKMidod balances any 30111. 1881. to ,
the beach drive is never more beautiful and amounting (with lerson orJiers-ins olher than ,
complainants{ the form of an election was The fifth sectio.ii of said act provides: for appropriation of $25): to $(36 43. Scott. Tax Cutrt'tor. will be \rnrren F. _
refreshing. The number visitors during had, and under such Pretended ('h'C'tloltht..' apiMiintment of officers by the Governor After paying all bills, there remains! in reco nizcd. i ;!

L the winter has been in excess former seasons defendant claim to bo the legal officers of to carry <>n the government uf the city to I lilY hands the sum of $3 38, and I rt'tlpect. AttestKM : AC f- TARK. r i

iK : amid we have no doubt that with increased said city.I It is also charged I that the defendants hold\ their. offices for the term of two yearand -. : fully ask instructi, as to its application. :I ,L o. f.RU:1'. Clerk0'? of Fernandina. .
as! such I'rl'Il'IIIl'll.m"'N, are ol ,'trueting a 'provisional. government" I is thus I There is! now stored at the E mont Hotel .'ERS
accommodations there would] be \
g no hindering and cmbarrassiing the complainants provided fir said cit).. It clearly apjiears\ I 2-5 dozens Chinese! lanterns. 1 have tried to _-- 'AI'rilGI88l.' .
't lack of patronage. The Baltimore Sun says, iii the discharge of their duties, from the act that it was not the intention: \ of 1 Fell them but have found no purchaser. Xotler to---- f"
t truly that "it seems to be generally and the and Ta.zJ'yers. ... l.
very disturbing peace endangering the Ltvi'laturt) to constitute a i>ermaneiitlocal Your committee will please instruct me as I ;
t understood that wintering in Florida has i 'the good order of the community by udla! ) 1 government for cities, or to retain in to their dit'potiition.| the an. nol't.'I1tr tm f''l'l'h'e tay I'\'turns (or

$ .been eo well established that it )' 1 1i ing citizen to disregard: and resist the authority the State he t app .
counted on in the future with more \ I of the complainant\ That they are which come under the provisions of this act, of the Gala Day was $719 47, and it is for at my office Over (;. Stark's tOTe cor.-
#1 .' ty even than the suluumner'sjj of 'unable to discharge th<,olllcial duties v\ith- longer than may till found um*'.' ary to. meet the future to determine if the said sum was, ncr of 'entre anll $l'l'On.1 !trl't"ht. '

fI North." > /t' out constant, danger of the disturlunce the vmerji-ncv contemplated{ III'the mu1.wwg or was< not well ej>cndtil. The lmewslupersrc' 1-'tUUDISA WM. 11. Gun.ut,.

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