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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 30, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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:, ., PBKNAND1NA FLA. SATURDAY. APRIL :M 1881. !
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Sl'.I1'l xIJ11'S.Iflttal.. been well managed, and its gentlemanly; be unusually large this stetson! In the lower I 1I:1.'ll.WJTUX I At :&l x Mile Uruiich the convict cn'np was 1j j I
courteous and competent' agents have reflected portion of the State the huckleberries and reached.' While stopping to take on the dinner I

no little credit: on their companiesfor : bears get ripe about fhf same: time, and IUTI\\I'W: TIIK: XT1fSI.II.: OF SftKXrKS the prepared for t the prisoners, I walked over ;
grounds\ With the exception\ of fifteen :
1'hcFloridalhlionstalesthat: the St. John" the energetic and able manner in which sportsmen! are waiting fur the fruit to ripen : -1'KOKF.SSOH( 111:1.1|| F.M'I.MNS:: : HIS convicts sick with measles in the hosp-tal! : ;
s' :! bar Improvements arc progressing slowly, they have conducted the business of the so they can go out and get a mess: of bear. WOMH: :RH'I. IHSCOVKKIF.S. and a few cooks and guard, the stockade j

", on ing to the continued bad weather, which line. No more will the sec in our hotel", -The largest cabbage "of the season was To lily KHtor ufthe Mirror : was female almost convicts deserted' There in two white

has existed ami causeti! delays all winter business' houses and river !steamers! the )large, brought in on TUl'slll'I't' by our esteemed W,'!nisorox: : 1). (C.. April 22: 1881. the younger engaged of! whom had making: managed garments -

Still the contractors have overcome litany attractive advertising] cards : "Take the Popular townsman! J. J. I Davis: and was raised by During t the past week the Nat ional Academy obtain a bright ribbon necklace ns n foil
obstacle, and! 'have succeeded! in running Cumberland Route.:'-1'ninn.AlitllVAI. him on his place near town.. Its weight was of :Sciences: has: held one of its. semi-annual to her otherwise sombre apparel.

the jetties out about two t thousand feet, right I. \M PKI'VllTt'Ki: OK TII\I\1I-On i: seventeen pounds:: and quality: excellent. sessions! in Washington, and its! principalevent which]As n we general passed rule was the flat, country monotonous\ through and:

,;f" hundred feet of which are visible: at I low wa and after the first of May trains \\ ill arrive (Friend Davis "a'sif nnyjkuly beats this: for has been a ]lecture)by the distinguished fearfully uninteresting, a succession of pinewoods
. ter. The contractors are at present' sinking' at ond !leave this city as follows\ : For 11\LII- sire he will bring in his big one.-Isaac! discoverer, Professor Jell, the inventor of the and cypress! swamps: from which nil
, mattresses! in twenty-live feet of water. The nab (on the Waj'cross: ]Road) lust! t mail train Powell, one of substantial farmers of Orange speaking tcl'phonl'IlIt photophone. lie the valuable trestles timber had been removed., Substantial .
erected
were Three
over
timber used in the construction of the lunt- will leave Florida Cl'ntrulh'\ot\ nt 7.M: :; county, brought into town the other recited the wonderful facts! discovered by Miles, :six: Miles, Trout It I Thomas t'recks!:,

tresses: : comes from Pablo and Trout creeks! U' m", and arrive at 10t.: p.' 11\.; express\ train day n line turnip wcightngsix pounds, as an him while engaged in experiments for the which the company: will, ere long, fill in
We are told that everything i is being done will leave same! depot at 5:50: p. min., lI\11ll1r- illustration I of what can be done! on Florida improvement of the photophone' and that with earth, ]leuving'the necessary outlets for

that can be under the circumstances to posh rive at 7:55(1.: m. For Like City, 1.1Oak pine land.-Orange County; I'timlillcnti.rutnatn. n vast number of substances, solid, I liquid the houses passage were of encountered.water. Rut very few farm

the work.-A !special to the Florida Union, and Middle Florida (on the Florida (1'lItral nnd gaseous, possess t the property' of emitting Soon wo were nt the small \'ilIl1 l'oft'lIl1l1hllU -

dated New York, April :jth, says : Florida and Jacksonville, Pen: trains will leave Florida] Central Depot. at of sunlight, nnd that his the road, where we crossed the line of the
four
beans arc selling here at from three to over the country, and ask how long this or rays Transit '
runty On the other !sido of ( .a!talian/
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dollars per' crate : tomatoes from four to live 8:15: a. in. and arrive at 8 p.' in. For Fcrnan- that one has been here, and when answered l experiments to measure the emitted sound were several' cuts six: or seven feet in depth.:
dollars per box ; cabbage, four dollars per dins and pointson the Transit and Peninsular : eight, ten or twelve years, he thinks they had resulted in the invention of an instrument At last! the large masses! of workmen In
. '11{ barrel.-The cotton now being taken offthe roads), trains will Il'Inlit 8.TO: ( a. m. and have been very slow', and tells\ with a suer!!* styled by him the spectrophone, that the distance. indicated that we were near the
end of
; ill-fated City of Austin' at Fernandina, 20:: p. nr, und arrive at 12..TO:: p. m, and 7:30:: icy pride how hf/ could do the business.: (well the scientists say will prove of inestimable landed our us umong journey.a crowd A few of moments men whose more

:ik: was on board a Swedish: bark that was The above arrangement will give five regular the estimates are in some cases ridiculous.]) value in the field of molecular physics. 7.chrl1.I1I1t and clanking chains at once do-
is wrecked at Nassau about eighteen months passenger' and mail trains! to and) from In eighteen months he would have oranges The academicians went wild over the not oil them as malefactors. All were nctIvely -

ago. The cotton was! taken from the wreckedbark this city daily.- I\: :' others in currying rails and others still in
and transferred to the City of Austin, to This new road will reach Ocala and Silver three or four years would pass by, when his in the chair, said that, in consideration of driving spikes. It was!! ,a busy and] stirringscene.
be wrecked the second time.-Arrangements Springs\ in a few days. The road: is well trees would be loaded with their rich fruit ; the vastness of the discoveries amid theirenuruaus At some distance! was another construction

.. have been made to forward all the built ; the rails: are of the latest I improved I we don't do it right, ettHo would do so amplitudes, he could not refrain train and another gang of laborers
fish-joint connections and of the :Southern from an expression! of his great joy, as a similarly employed.For ) It
mail to Fernandina and points on the At- and so. It is just such; l individuals: who some days there had] been n contcrt
lantic, Gulf and West:,: Indic Transit I toad standard gauge, five feet-thus enabling cOllie to sad grief, If they"arc ever induced to scientist, thereupon. He little anticipatedsuch between the free and convict workmen to
and the Peninsular 1:0111frtm this city over through cars from any point south of the try it, and in many casca'sueh persons: willstand glorious results. In view of this magnificent determine which party would l reach a designated
the Fernandina and Jacksonville Uoad Ohio and Potomac rivers to be run over (the watching to see if tllI'.Inll't, leave aboard contribution to the Academy by its point curliest. Shortly after our arrival

every morning. The mails for points along road without transfer of freight This road: bill unpaid. 'flt{ .rIH t is, that, many honored guest, Professor! Hell, ho suggestedthat men] the who struggle wore striped wus decided! suits,in nnd favor the of resillt:the

these roads will be closed at 8 a. in.-After opens up to settlers( some of the best lands without means to speak of, are advance of ,. u01(' of thanks be returned to the was. greeted with hearty cheers by the victory.
the first of :May there will be two Northern of the State. We are informed that the road others: who had money, tIt[ must be remem great inventor ; and it \\'1110. ordered by n I was informed by'thoso! in charge that

mails! to and from this city, daily, over the will be extended! southward down t the peninsula 1"crl'cthat ten or twclve.}'cars ago the orange unanimous vote. the, convict but' also labor more wil.efficient... not only than more that reliable obtained --

Wnycross Road. 'The time of closing or arriving Ifl1ot as: men and money can construct business was \eryyoung ; the :Southerners Professor: Hell read hit paper, reciting the from the hired operatives\ ThoT!
of these! mails ]has! not been fully !settled the line. Since the advent of the road had hut little or. no experience and great facts recently discovered' by him, with rations ore ample ami well prepared, and
yet, but it N expected that they will arrive into Marion county, lands have advanced the Northerners were still worse oil': What the cooperation; of his associate, Professor their physical) condition has greatly improved -

111// about 7 u. in. and 7 or 8 p. ui. Under fully fifty )per cent in value. Through trains was known then of budding( ; ? and u sweet Tninter. He illustrated" his. remarks with railroad.I since their employment upon the

.? this arrangement Northern mails wills will run from Jacksonville and Fernandina seedling tree two ycur$ ,old was: not to be diu r\lII'I. The following abstract of his: Tho last cross-fie was placed: in position on
:t! arrive hereabout fourteen hours sooner than in a few days. We congratulate our friendsin : i had t : in that way !several l years: would P pass' : paper gives' tltH essential: facts : t the Savannah edge)t of Uoggy: Swamp, twentyseven -

: : .. by the present route The Western mail, Marion and adjacent counties that theyare I before much was learned, nut\ among t the He had previously ascertained that thin miles from Jacksonville und forty-
seven miles from ut Station (M4
Way cross, ,
; that has previously been transmitted: over connected, by quick despatch, with (the many (difficulties getting an orange grove, disks of very many dificrciil substances: south of St. Marvs river, at 12..r;: o'clock
.., the Cumberland lloute tin Fernandinaand outer world.-Jacksonville Union.Illllsboroitgh. may be enumerated that of getting a living emitted' sounds when exposed! to u rapidly p. in.- 11*. //, //., in .Srmnui'fA ll7ut.

Brunswick, will, in future, be carried first: and this \\1I'4I"nc by the hardest: kind Intl'T1'1lph'tlll\'ulII sunlight.- He then ascertained -
over the "'a 'cross and :Savannah: Florida] Mr. A. C: Turner, of Clear "..1tcr'a" in of work ; getting:; and hltl1illg01111 for the that sonorousness was, under! theilllllll'll TO I'LoninA.So .

",. and Western roads as far as JI.'UP' and town yesterday, and reports) cmnsiderableslupnteuts steamers at $:i I CI'lOI'II'u"_ : ] $V\:\ \/..*. j i'iP. inlerndttcut iif Itirltt.iiif .n. 'I ktttfftr*..'|.' *jcommon Into Florida much capital, and un is tntn now.>.li Is finding' In.tin' Invnxtixlwtha its way.
,; thence over the Macon and ]trunsw icl. Road ol. vegetables, principally' tomatoes per' iiarrel: pork' h al!I 0 cents'' I'l'r,0111111' \ coffee to nil l matter. The satisfactory i i i railroads; ; in. this;i 'tlit''t: that I;:i t the i;;; time' -cannot :
as before. and cucumbers: within the List, two 40 cents, butter (00 ccntst corn $2! per bushel, results: were communicated': to the FrenchAcademy. bo far distant when we "shall hear that I

'.. Tnt. Fntsr '1'1\lS'-As early as 3 o'clock weeks. The vegetable crop in (that seiion( nut other things In.IrP1'Mtioll\ did not During I his absence. in Kifrope: ole hits bl'l'l ('olll'nelll'ILI I from Turn-
""s pa Tho wants: of the rapidly in-
' yesterday afternoon u large number of our is ]looking well and yielding ..abundantly.Mr. liuvu: u u+anjvwcck tAayw to sec to gettinga )Ir. Tuilltcr, nt his: suggestion, examined, In ('tnrtlwl\l that fine section will,
: !(i citizens congregated at the Florida Central i Turner says! that pretty much all the few uraugesttnups, und on Sunday:: he had the Wnshington laboratory" the sonorous ere long,po\ulatul; lit then another "splendid \
r; 1,8ysenger\ oranges in that section have been :shipped. no time, but on the contrary ]had to scout properties: of a vast number of substances, i f'Kiul will be opened for self lenient and j
,>' train from Savannah the around and where ho best chance and discovered that cotton, wool, worsted improvement.
over Waycross -Mr. Dan McMullen, of lay\iew, on the sec ( was 'J here is one fact connected with
\.(\ ... Road and inspect the elegant coaches old Tampa side, brought in Tuesday several for liglltvoud,1118E ]he might; be ready early\ silk, and fibrous material generally, produced and (ho adjacent: country that has 'lllla'
"' of the Charleston, Savannah: and Florida. ]Ii undredfitiecahbagesone of which; weighed Monday morning. One managed) I to get: I much larger sounds than I'I bodies 1"11 noticed, ami t that is its remarkable exemption -

,; Line, that are to be employed in transporting nineteen pounds, for which he found a some land] cleared oil by moonlight, and like crystals.. He next found that the darkest Pensacola from destructive sterns '. While

passengers to and from this city. The ready. market. Off one-liurth of an acre after a little cow-peas and] potatoes, etc, took I shades produced' tin best .Ift'ct-hlwk 01'1'1I'CI, St.\' "Mnrkllllll.\pllacllc I t turn't"z 'huyu '

1" regular passenger! train pulled out on time, ]he has: sold, 800, besides what was used at the place of oilier food and thus one was worsted esjiecially. Then he tried I lampblack Tampa hiI escaped.. So healthy also!! I ; .,
;l\ and it was announced that the Waycross home and given to neighbors. The ]a1\l10u happy because he ]1:1.1110 time to be other A teaspoon fill of lampblack: was climate that the town has long been t Bbk'1
t \ train would] arrive in fifteen minutes in test t tube und to intermittent summer resort for the United] States trooj ,
afterward which these cabbages were raised is a point wise These very difficulties sear.1Iut placed' a : exposed an '
that garrison the forts around Key West.Ilillsborough Bnfmatcf ,
":('" !but it was: delayed] for some cause or I of land running out into the bay, which many u man years ago, and I may say t the I beam' of sunlight: und the sound Hernand'j and Win ;
other, and it was full half an hour beforo it I ]had been long used by the birds] for a rook- difficulties in getting an orange grove, is produced. wus much louder than any produced counties oiler, to the Pettier fertile soil, producing "
"' arrived. As !soon as the train stopped the cry.IIHUborough county may not be what adds greatly to its value. Out can now bcfoie., The extremely ]loud sound' nil of the valuable semi-trnpicnl
broad of ] forest for the
crowd boarded the elegant coaches able to boast of bodies, und with produced from lampblack, demonstrated the ITl'UN lolO waiting
-previously as: large of rich hammock come some money get stinted I axe of the 11I11crllll, und numerous other
I deseribel'In! these columns-and nil lands as: !some of ]her adjoining sister quickly, us trees can be had from many nurseries feasibility of luing this substance. 'In un articulating nn'll1l'II'II.lillg to ease awl lubu' 11lclrc.
pronounced them simply elegant. The following ] counties, hut ,she, nevertheless, oilers! many und he {'aill'rofi-t' by thec.xncricnecof photophonc, instead l of the electrical Let but the magic wand of quick transportation -
is a list of the passengers : Cad II. S. advantages and attractions to those! seeking others. The success of the first here is what receiver formerly employed.\ ]In regard be waved over this goodly land, mid u
t transformation' wouhlspeedily I fol
llaines, President of the road, :Mrs.:\ : 11. F. homes in Florida, of a superior and exceptionable 'has been the main spring to bring men with to the sensitive materials, in the case low.IlarVl'lou.lInncNomc residences would) soon line

Haines, Miss Daniel Miss[ O'Neil, C. 1)). Owens ] character, not to he found in I hem. capital Had they not seen good r l'lllt..with of solids, the I'hr'Cical'lIlition! und the the shores of the spaeinus'I'utnpu Ray, and
General Freight Agent :Savannah, Florida ] Lying south of the twenty-eighth degree of rather poor attention it is doubtful if they color art two conditions that remarkablyinllucmu our winter visitors would discover that thetit. ,
and Western; Railroad, J. 1), llollister north latitude her forms would much the of the John's river did lot comprehend till that
territory > a square, wish to risk: (heir 111011(')'. The intensify sonorous was desirable anti ] in Florida
.; Master of Transportation! Jacksonville, Pen- including Tampa bay, of about forty-eight small, easily discouraged class are not of infects Tho loudest Hounds are \producedfrom I once communication pleasant is opened' up to .I
sucola: and Mobile' Railroadir.. Kdwards: niles in length from cast! to west, and about much value to any country und hint, actually substances in a loose, ]porous, spongy] southern counties on the Gulf coast, their
:Superintendent: Macon and Brunswick Railroad thirty-six miles in breadth from north to damage un orange country. They half condition, ami from those that have the speedy growth and \prosperous future will bitassured.
Their and natural
.T. S. Davant General and Passenger south is, hounded) I darkest! ubsorbent color l He hudnotasyit great prominent
Freight Ilillsborough on the start a )place] /. e, I'IctIut several hundred or most ml vantages would immediately bo rcct>(fn.cdmid -
Agent Port Royal and Augusta! Kail- north by Hcrnando county, on the cast by'oik trees, perhaps without plowing, und think found one solid body] that failed I he ('ourt'lJ' but Inquisitive eyes '
road, H. M, Urulleupl.'rlllh'wl'nt:: ofC(Con ) on the south by Manatee, und on the they have u future in prospect' : ; they bleed) to be'alllcsoi+nrntts under proper conditions of capita( I WIII.I 11i1'I\'Cr abundant (lltfr.|
"trlll'lionI'l'rui Railroad J. I'. Vender- west the Gulf of Mexico. of tutu itucis for profitable investments
Her Gulf
: : by coast their Northern rcluti\e.s of ull they can! get, experiment.
Sinews
application of remunerative enterprise.
;jrast, Supervising, Engineer Savannah: Florida extends the full width! of the county, and is and then are ]looking for something to tin, The deduction 'from these experiments is reap n rich
trllll Illllnl11 ul
,t- and Western Railroad, R. II. Richard- free from sw'autps.' The general topographical and finally gu fora clerkship\ or anything that SOIIOIOUSIICMS is, under the direct action f'wllr.1 II 1110 soon as the
I'I>on. City I'clitora'annau: :: Morning JWic* ; feature of the whole] country is", that of (convenient; their trees all the time l having+ u of intermittent sunlight, u universal property ] hearse snort of the locomotive give i u urn-
.
.Joseph ".hltl'.. Passemrer e Airent-J Mnirnolia- n- --- all elevated., slightly. undulating, diameter; Lt.tIItfld'JJ"1j{ color (the] leaves I mean.) of matter. N.nuavd hug of the, .JIllrcl. of 111'I\ II. It.. i4
Route C. S. Gadsden, Superintendent :Sa:: ana the principal growth is pine, except This> ulwuys looks bad lor u country, and it Professor Bell made the gratifying statement .
vnnnahandCharleston] Railroad, F. 8. Pren- dong the rivers, where low, rich hammock would be better if such individuals never I that his experimental\ examinations .U4UUI14t: I.Jlll0J.Ul'.V'

11.rgra..t"sishUlt! Superintendent Savannah ands arc found, with the usual growth of saw. Florida, as they heap n+ursl.., fUll" on were still in (their infancy, ami that there "Jay Gould u number bus lute' ordered car] seats from for theInventor hi"

Florida and Western Ituilmail. H. H. hard woods which are peculiar to that class the people, country, its game, resources, etc, Was no telling what great result might be Western lines which may tew revolutionize ruil-
McKee was the conductor, and 31. "". Cahill of lands.", There are also numerous: fresh]I. etc. One good thing before" they ]leave : developed in the future sand traveling. The. seats are like those in
the engineer. The train consisted!! of the locomotive clear-water lakes, varying in extent from gophers get scarce, catfish are first rate and ordinary day curs;, but at night I can bo converted -
Ol'L;N1.1'O OF Tilt H'AVVHOSS .f into u comfortable bed 1/ the passenger
express car, baggage and smoking one to many acres, to be found scattered allover our huckleberries ureubiiiidant. Florida] is J.ICKSOXVILLK ItAlLnoAV. without the intervention of a
car, two passenger coaches and the preiiident's the country. The lands are of different a good; place to ship hangers-on) us they is promised i to use this seat on all .ort'r. J
1 : car. The train left Savannah at 10 a. grades as to quality, though there In but can't well starve to death.-I'atutka Jnunuil. Having accepted uu Invitation ]Just Saturday cars, und the rate to Ll charged the ""II'IJ-
to witness the completion of the Way.
111, and arrived here at 0 the little but what is er will, it is said, bo merely tumh11
p. m., making precious : of value for either St. JohtiH.I muss Railroad, the hour of U a. m. foundMessrs. ]lower
arrangement un
run in eight hours. All expressed themselves general farming or fruit-growing, a great ). Gcnovur, J':* I., has just: bottled off another I, George R. I''uster,1). H. Elliott J. K.: berth Ingenious run \hie made which tipper are distinct mad
as more than pleased with the trip. deal being well adapted to both. The principal ]large supply ..flll.. delicious: orange Dray ton ami Ijouiul my humble self, perched UIH>H IcPUrt., ami 1 curtain lukl.1 either as pri
u flat cur, fur the seat of action, The
The party will return to Savannah on the stream are the Ilillsborough, Alatia 'wine This is a home manufacture which, trulutcouusistiugof fourVurs of lumber nnd &necessary. Eventually Mr. 4(111))

regular train this morning, leaving here at and J.ittIeruuah: river;, which empty into we are pleased] to state, ho proved a success. two of rails, WitH under the charge of Knginecr : Hiulthe lrulls.lint-class to place these pitwseiiKcr seats in and all the hi. emigrant care;,
8:30:: o''lock.-In Tampa bay-the two former into its eastern The demand for this healthy beverage in- Albert Smith. Although we had neither will be able to travel as comfortably at

WlTUDRVWAL or THE Cl'MHEKLA.M. RotTK.: vision[{ HilUliorough IJa)'. Resides: her creaser yearly] and I nowhere can that manufactured ded springs seats to, our the vehicles track! was nor HO comfortably solid\ and pod well night u* in an ordinary sleeier.| ."

\ The above route which was establishedsome extensive Gulf shore, Tampa) buy, which In tit. Augustine be excelled.] -We laid that there was no unpleasant jarring or would.\IIIIOt gladly trnltl fitly cents on extra a night for such train a
i )'l'tago by the Transit and Macon .tItmnswick lies almost entirely within her boundaries are pleased to state that the committee al'-| jolting und your reporter would have found scat, while ""ldr..I'pay and) thousand. are unable -

t railroads, wo are informed, A ill and extends near half way ]her breadth,gives j.ointed to solicit contributions for building cross-ties no difficulty( twelve in taking Inches! wide legible, are note laid i twelve, The to meet the i price demanded on I Pullman
t |lw withdrawn on the first of May, the last her a very extensive seacoast almost wholly the: shell road west of the $;t. Sebastian river teaches apart, making, a very firm and sub. shfjuT. In this light Jay Gould canjutlybe
J I regarded. 1 benefactor
: ,morning train arriving: at 12:50 noon, and free front swum]* and marsh Hat*. As are meeting with much encouragement.; xtuntial truck, ,.U that/ one-half of the entire und entitled) to .the u. a IlIhli.! !pate-,
"' departing nt :!::4.i )p. m. Saturday, 30th of might l>c justly ]Inferred of a country ft The cash list now show *u footing! of UtweenK road hu* u t-olid wood foundation, Mtil lie |plllutlnll. ruttl, our
rails of the best have been laid for .
[ April. The nails funning the line have I generally free (rum swung and marches. I $ *) or $.Y)*}. About i'M: more, with tin the entire dituncc.When quality. llt"dlrh&.
t-. everyrason to congratulate themselves there In a notable absence of malarial disease amount to be contributed In labor, Mill this road has. lure leveled, und has lh bunko
Its
glories arc taut departing, <;
n the business and jmpularity of the route. and the whole; county is justly entitled complete the undertaking. ThU rood will received the finishing! touches, I venture the
} ". During its life not a single accident of any tt the jalm for healthfulness. The] climate cover u very heavy i-uinly connection to 'the prediction that \\111110 pronounced one of men have gone, Fernandina it J.klm.
the smoothest and last constructed routes vine sad Waycrosrt roads have taken away
kind happened. Its train* have moved with U. considered. Mtj erior to that of any other pine wood which f.irni.he.delijhtful\ drives in the entire cUll1ltr)'. No exi>euse has been Its hustling hungry, critU-hing. rurpin ,
with but few delay The route in the State and this in for ,ortatioii of ami i
promptness county generally l pleasure and traria| pnxlucc. Murol J in (the locomotive rolling stock, Mue-ring of traveler
s'ncw! its entry into the transportation world admitted by all who are able tu jide (rum :! We are pleased to hay that moot of our Northern The engines are by the IHet makers, of un- l platform imputation
n-iial and with all of the latest Im \ ho gate it and Florida but few coiupHincuts. -
,
tower ,
ho ben growing in favor with the traveling c'XItl.'rielll"t'rlllllt& TfZane. tf9tti9ffff roidritU. have contributed l liberally, and I (
white the roadiesand ebb tide] but whei
provemcntK. |Jta'tllt'II ;('r Jt N on au now
public, and will 1* greatly missed by its exprcH hutch Interest in the* completion of ulccjMTs are said: III I.e marvel of tie- the IVn-jeola road i, completed it WiHOH egnihl
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f ,ST LKOX'K TOAST. And yet another exists in the consciousnessthat !'\ time )young lady says' frankly complimenting! tlc Firs farmhouse table, and Janie MirveVs a few words to her betrothed, Ill he says :

I she has another new cap just out from him, without a thought of the way in which with secret grateful satisfaction the well- "Wi your son, Airs. Ainslie, be kind

I I. I" r IIY SIR WALTER PCOTT. Plymouth, which will presently surmounther her words made the blood leap along hisveins. worn table !silver and linen, the glittering to send the brown col up to theSquire's

own kind,clear-eyedsoft- >lexion'd I should like to see the colt, Dick" glass and fine old Wedgwood. service, that to-morrow morning And thcl

i } The feast: was o'er. Now brimming wine! face most becomingly. Lastly, she was not "I'll bring (him out," the, young farmer will all be hers if matters go on as she and he laughs and adds gallantly I : 1e's be
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i I In lordly CUP was seen to shine' indifferent to the fact that the chickens now says, promptly ; but Hellc says : Airs. Ainslic, with the gossip of timeneiglmborliuud the first present my future wife wil to
I Z Before each I eager guest ;jf being basted carefully at the kitchen lire for No, no, I'll go the stable and look at ) have arranged that they accept from me, II Ainslie. so I'J anxious

And silence filled the crowded hall, the one o'clock dinner are bouncing\ birds, him ; and, mind, nut a word to papa or anyOne stall to secure him-at your son's price, ofcourse

s f As as when the ter l.1's call weighing five pounds apiece, boingof a most about my having asked about him. The girl does not notice that Dick Is suspiciously ,I
t Tllriils in the loyal breast. successfully! mixed race which "she lias carefully They want to !surprise me," she laughs!joyously silent during dinner. It is the Airs. Ainslie makes the handsome, jolly

' t bred herself. 10 you must help me keep the secret habit of her father and brothers, solid farmers looking young naval nobleman one of her

Then up arose the noble host! Presently she hears voices outside the window I've found out ; but if you hear of any of :heavier type than Dick, to be silent daintiest mixtures of bow and courtesy ; and

'' And smiling' cried, "A toast I a toast 1w I and her face; brightens as !she looks up Ole from our house wanting to buy a horse, during meals.: Nor .does it wound the vanity he goes back presently to the group by the
To all our ladies fair ;ji and sees her well-grown son walking along 11 11 you oiler the brown cult" she has not to find that Dick i is alive and riverside with I Belie, declaring himself to be'

i Here, before all, I pledge, the name under the glowing apple trees by the side. of She is going out to the stable with HithardAinslic astir to get out over the farm after dinner. quite (.enraptured. with the .Aintlios and their

Staunton's proud and beauteous dame, a trint-figured, hazel-eyed girl, whose dress as !loM's this, ]leaving )fll1le There is always a lot to do on the land, and Burn tutdtng4.
I The Lady fJrundarnere." of striped) galntea is molded\ as accurately to and .lanic il r. it pleases her well that the man who is to be If I were a girl, I should fall in love with

her rounded! form by her own deft fingers What a ).girl Alias Belle has growl," her master and ke'perlloulll be on thenlert t that fine voung fellow and this oldpicturl'lllm1I
rIf-? Jtiick to his feet each gallant sprang, if it had been the work of a Hcgentsln'l'tmilliner Janie \bursts forth with cllthlsiasm. "I !saw in looking after his own interests. Hut it says jollily. .Belle, why haven't

1" And joyous was the shout that rang her in Plymouth the other day, riding with does I'ail her a little, when his mother you found him 1 pretty girl for him to marry '

4d I As Stanley gave the word ; "They're a handsome couple, and glad her pa and Lord Charles Collingfordone of leaves them alone for 1 few minutes beforehe ? You neglect you duty. Upon my'

And every cup was raised. on high, shall! Ibetimeday lhcarIt's settled that theyare the gentlemen on hoard the Admiral's ship. goes out, that Dick prefers to study one word\ I shall have to brush you up, and 1

r l. Nor ceased 1 the' loud and gladsome cry to be married," Mrs Ainslie thinks as Tier say in Plymouth that Lord Charles is of the Ply mouth dailies instead of talking to make you eyes open, when I take
'Till Stan Ie)" !! voice was heard.) her eyes follow them ; for it is one of the Iflr her." her you to'our place," and then he calls his

:,. t said schemes of her honest active brain t flint \owlln they ?" Mrs. Ainslic responds, Is there much news in the papers, Dick?" brother to his aid, and they both \begin chaffing
I Knough; enough, he smiling Janie shall succeed her as queen of the Lit- fervently With her whole ]heart, would she he k Poor soul, if he answered her that her charmingly about her future duties
1 (' And< "That all have their due
"' i Now may his "There's no pinching, nor wasting, nor the country was laid at Miss Ffolett's feet. the Home Rulers, and tint the whole party "Jtr. Ainsliohas found 1 pretty girl for
each in the turn must of his play}heart part, idleness in the Welhyn's! house," she is tell- All the better for her son's peace of mind, )had taken a tourist's tickt to Home via himself," Hellc chimes in, "Papa, you

s; 11 !: Like m lady: and true..", ing; herself in a self-congratulatory spirit, the old lady deems it, that fair Miss Hello },hallhtalII would be much the ought to arrange that your two old tenants'
gallant knight when her reflections on this agreeable point, should have many ardent and gallant and ( II very lilcral children should be married on the ale day

i k1 And one by one each guest sprang up, arc cut short by the sound of a horses hoofs suitable' adorers. flight glad will she he when "There's, nothing you would. care to as your own daughter ; I should like it l
i! And drained in turn the brimming cup, clattering overthe stones in I the court-yard, one of these i is chosen "TI\l Dick '11 settle hear, ,Jlnil'." all timings, for the brown colt (he is mine

\ : : And named the loved one's name ;jI and of a bright belllike'oice ringing out a himself'she thinks ; settle himself with "I like to hear the news," she says, perk- now, isn't he Charles?) will always be bond
1J
f4 I I e ; I And each) as hand on high he raised! demand to know "If .I(r. and \I(rtl Ainslie Janie." ing herself a ". One feels so silly if one never between Dick Ainslie and me."
t: i tit: j Ills lady's grace and beauty praised, are at home ?" The old mother's face grows The brown colt "is n picture," and deports hears an vtning\ that is going on away from "Aly( daughter can't forget the ways of her

f'r t ? ; Her constancy and fame. curiously perplexed and/ (lushed u 1 as these himself faultlessly. Miss Ffolctt, standing I : our own pfacc. What a lot Miss( Hellc must dlldhol..Iou, see," the Squire l says smil
, r sounds! : greet her cars, for I the voice is the by him in his stall, lings( m her arms around I I hear, to be, sure all those gentlemen in the ingly .; Occington, and he replies :

: J. :r. ; 'Tis now St. Leon's turn to rise- voice of Miss Ffolctt. the S'iiire\s| daughter, his strong shiny neck; presses her fair check regiments and. ships in Plymouth go out to "A pity she should, us they're such Pretty
.: !: \ l \ On him are fixed those countless\ eyes- and intuition teaches Airs.( : Aill!
: k t j i;. ; A gallant knight is: he : Ffolett's visits bode no good to her Sun he, and no other, shall be her own dear dav."" fellows in the world, and "-

f 1 ,j Knvied; by some" admired by, all, Hut she cannot retain a touch vexation horse." Dick, standing about somewhere between Dick) has been religiously brought up, There is a cry that the otter has come out
: '\ I J Far f.ullcllin lady's bower and hall- in heart or milliner when the room door is the colt's heels and the liarhess-ruont therefore he tries hot to inwardly curse both and gone .down the I'trCI1 at this juncture. J

;'., ,1 : j, The flower of chivalry swung' / open and Aliss(i Ffolett comes bounding door, watches the group with curiously com services. and the whole party throw off their Innchcon '

t -,' : I in, !sweet: and full of life as are all the pounded feelings of pleasure and anguish, t Well, I'm off," he shouts, Hinging the lethargy and prepare to follow Lint

!{, 1 : St. Leon raised, kindling c)'c. spring(, influences! around lien, and beautiful' I How good she is to look upon How graciously helpless paper away on I his i mothers workbasket lie is a wary old; dog-otter, conversant with
'' i..r.;; ; And held, the sparkling' on high- with the beauty of youth and high breeding. she permits him to look upon her I \ "The land won't look after itself, every twist and. turn of the river, and with

;:.:' : ,p 1 I, I drink to our,'" he :snits, and gentlest co'urte: y. She is: in her hat and How closely: she seems to approach him in worse luck ; good-bye, Janie : )'ou'IIJe gone every hole in the bed ort accurately mappedout

;.'I: lej 1 Whose! image never may depart, habit-she is rarely seen out of these garments her liking and sympathy and interest in} the before I ('ole mil, I dare say.; in his )head. He g them a lively lead

'" i :: Deep graven on this, grateful heart until nightfall, indeed-andasshcadvanccs colt 1 )low far hhe is away from him in reality "Not if you're in to tea, she says, mod for half an hour, and then, just as he i is

'Till memory be dead, ; her slender, willowy figure clearly I e th', twisting himself round the trunk of 1 tree

r : outlined, her sapphire/, blue eyes sparkling The young farmer hates his position, and 11 say good-bye at any rate. I never that seems to spring out of a stone by the
t i; To one whose love for me shall last with high health and intelligence, her fair despises himself for so hating it, as he stands what may)' keep me when I get on to river's edge, Dick Ainslic appears and tails

When lighter passions long have parsed, face bright and clear ill hue as a monthly watching her. It is useless fo him to at- the farl," he says, a little awkwardly, for him.
1 la So deep it is: and pure ; ruse Mrs.: Ainslic! feels that her Dick would; tempt to remind himself that the "rank I is her eyes are bent upon him with such n look He is an old dog-otter, sorely hunted and

t, Whose love hath longer dwelt, [ ween, be blind indeed he did not scu something' / but the guinea ", stamp, the mal's thc gowd of entreaty that he can harl1hare to refuse savage, and he turns and n'llIl the hand
i Than any yet that pledged hath been in her that thrilled him more than Janic's! for a' that" NVhat's the use of the man being her outspoken she is that has checked his: career.

I I I By these \brave knights before." more substantial charms will ever have the I he I is! Mich. a rough nugget that I obliged to say good-bye\ rC'UC8t, to see him go Hittcn you in the thumb, has lie Dick !"

: power to his eyes cannot perceive his value ? without his word of Miss Ffolett forward
Each' at the word du.tu lady's I away having given one says, eagerly coming ;
"
upstarted "
And laid guest hand) his sword le'mill a message: from papa, says Would 1 that he had 1 the rank-ave, and with the promi.se her teaching i her to hope "let me bind it up? Oh I I is it nothing? Puma
a upon this dazzling Diana, shaking the old the thousand and 1 "
young and one traits characteristics I, for from him so glad I was afraid ho had hurt you.
if i! And With Stanley fury Hashing said! We eye ; the lady's hand heartily "He Lash given utenant's i habits and manners, and tricks of bearing She stays to tel with her old friend ; but "Will you have this skin as I foot-warnt
crave nnmc, ball since the I was born, and I that mark the .difference those hours"
i knight year hetwcci the of the afternoon drag slowly, and er, Miss } Ainslie asks. .Do. You
Proud of this
most dame 'folelt1
%; '\i Whose love, peerless: now he's going to give one on my coming of who wear the rank from mere "lumen" /such! the tea, to which Dick did not come in, is 1 will, you and he swings the otter,
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count
you so high. age-tho third. of next month, you know I as himself. And while these thoughts go dull meal The brightness that had been who is dead now, round him, and clears a

Jt t! St. Leon paused, as if he would, would come and give the invitation to Dick surging through his brain, she lifts her winsome about everything in the morning in Janie's circle as he speaks.

: p <; Not breathe her name in careless mood, and you myself; 11I1111'1tell\ you what I'm proud'! gracious little face away from eyes has vanished, and she almost feels disposed Young Ainslie will jump into the river
'f; Thus lightly to another going to wear, and all about it': but I IIII1..tH'e the ) near shoulder, and says : to quarrel with fate for having made and get bitten bv hunted beasts once too

.i Then bent his nohle head ;as though Dick) too, please: Mrs( Ainslie I ,i about the mustn't selfishly give all inv thoughtsto Miss! Ffolett's lot so much more brilliant I: often," two or three of ) \
( I brown colt I know I'm to have another the colt, Dick mother tells that 'omglnsle'H
I To give that word the reverence due ; your me than her own. friends say to one another as
And gently :said ".ly Mother." horse given me on tnt' birthday, and! of all\ ,Janieelhyn and you"- By and by, as the sweet :prln;,-tIti c evening after the otter-hunt ,I is over. There s something
\\ things \\'oul.llikc Dick's brown colt ; but She pauses abruptly.. The man's! face is shades are gathering, the girl takes leaveof queer in his family. His grandfather
I he mustn't tell, and you musn't either, that changed lln I moment with such passion and lick'lothl'r, and starts on her home hanged himself after the best he had on
IN AYAI'1'L7J HC/1AIlP. year
\ I, ... I've said! anything about it, for I'm supposed such grief that she can say no more. father's farm. the land"
"
I 'j I i ---- not to know. .ly( mother shouldn't trouble you with Strange of Dick not to come and walk hanged himself in the home orchard,
The
1 house stands: souuewherebetween Plymouth She laughs delightfully as: !she says this, (the nonsense! she thinks about Janie and along with you," the old lady as her didn't he? I don't know that I've heard
and 'Alodbury( a good .distance from and Irs. Ainslie is beginning to :say how me, Miss Ffolett. Here, Jim," he callssharply favorite departs but who sa't
men never but
o'J ; rightly they the Ainslies in
I I\-\,l I.: R tho high road, from which it is approached' !she is: sure that the Squire) would give this to the stableman, "you hl\cn't given their business:. even when they're court-JlgIe every tcl generation come say to a bad: end."
t t by a tall-hedged hu+ u, apple of his eye all that her fancy desires, the colt half the he to make the best ." )
f" grooming ought hushald "Dick'send he to marry Miss( Janie
orchards: surround it on a11'\ sides, ; when! Belle Ffolctt catches sight of the couple I have after the I him thismorning. wi
wilily sweating gave And with these comforting words: ringing 11'elb wont't be so 'bad for him,"
j t luxuriant orchards, in which every out In the orchard.! ." in her Janie is fain to leave without laugh
ears, they and while his
they
t \ .. I kind of apple for which Devonshire I is famous Who i is that with Dick ?" sheasks are settling
\ quickly lie goes into time Julrness-rooucandcontes getting another glimpse of })irk, fate thus ', Dick stands in the
I S is to found. There few comfortably)
no arc a quinceand advancing to the casement and opening' hack in moment two after with
/ I or I couple Hut lie sees her pass out of the court-yard apple alone.iLeres .
s;, !r ti:, pour trees interspersed among tho applet it, What a pretty picture they make under 1 of line brushes in his hand. and. go on alone Ito the dying light t. from ordltrll t the spot." he to himself
t 'I t trees in what is: called the homo orchard, on the 1)n! 1 i un't (call t them ; I like I "I'll give I the colt 1 rimII-I11n vn myself, : of observation in the harness-room: 'fhev cut the tree down and says dug the

J .at account of the trees in it encroaching more to look at them. I wish I could Fketclm," i Miss Ffolett," he says, !stripping off his coat whither he has retired to smoke and think."She's mold around it, hut there's the spot up where)
closely:\ u the house than in either of the "It's Janie Welbyn, Miss(j Hello," Airs. and to work with than
nice
I that turning lore a n good girl, but I can't go poor old grandad did himself. That wasa
others in the tillle blossom I fo
j : the rose- Ainslie coming and standing by the ardor He takes satisfaction
: .t says groom's 1 savage home with her he says to himself dark night's work. I wonder dear little
colors: and pinks of every shade put the side of her visitor.. "Don't to-light.'
I young : you remember in showing himself at his roughest before with a sigh say' anything to Janie' can think of me, and bo willing to
bloom of
; ..f. snowy into pear and quince entirely her? She's! grown away line girl her. Hi" honor demands that he shall her tonight, not af'rI1'Cillg: Miss Ffolett ; come to a place with the stain of self-drawn '
the
'4 'f minority. since she's I been at !I"'lOolllt Plymouth." assume to be no more than he is, a working and I know ought to speak blood on it. Before ho to bed this
'j There is a courtyard in front of the house "And i is )Dick) going to her ?" Miss goes
marrv farmer, before this radiant, unmercifully out to Janie, or have done with it. night Dick makes his mother
happy.
IL line square court-yard, with a (pond in the Ffolett asks with quick interest.: "Yes, I of his soul who very
fricll'olng; queen It is the day before Hello birthday I shall settle it with Janie at Miss Ffolett's -
I Ii middle of it, with willow weeping over its know\' her again now ; isn't she pretty ? I'll /! says presently : and the Squire has J.'folclts Imottnds ball to-morrow night mother he )
il jntor.. Tho stables and coach-liousc ,
!
are on tap to them, and make them look foolish ;j" "J always wish to do that 1 for any horse I out Kverybody who knows anything oflihcroterhlnting r"And -
says
lit one side of this ; the dairy and hen-houses and she hips with her' whip (Iii the windowpane like. The look
darling! how he turns his: or the Ffoletts is: I here, get married before harvest. Dick "
are on the other ; and opposite' the house, at and rings out clear (ood! .
t a uucrry' nose to volt-IIis dear, line, quivering nos is the famous she
I oneolf "Lor what
the extreme end of I the yard, are the cow morning, \Dick !" without hesitation How .Irwn says earnestly. a help Janie
houses and trils. ('un'ou. help kissing: him? I the Little Firs Farm property, down at wi'lJe\ to me at that time.
Pigstyes.There : Janie looks round from under the! green couldn't.1'"Aliss the bottom of the home orchard where timeriver
is always a great stir of life and animation II'a't'111I111 pink l blossoms happily' and unI Relic, will you go in to mother?" winds the trees, in of I : 1 very brilliant affair, this birthday
among apple' one of Hello Ffolett's. the first
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t in this. yard. The hens! seem tocacklo lI's turd t p ally' as Kve might i have"looked in he asks, She'll think so imirh its most picturesque curves hal her Jit ;glow of
with ; 't)is ; till pigs i give vent Paradise. It's Aliss( Ffolett she l'a1"illt tl'lpllrinlly. happiness\ engagement openly ac
.' sonorous ot'it if)you < up t the colt to her, It is one o'clock when they near this ( of the
to more grunts: of content ; the Oh isn't she pretty' Dick) ?" and in because liaylcaf favorite the best for \ approved by hcuIJ
was my point- the of luncheonthat
'f, t t gobbling turkey-cock and tier fatHr's ) purpose of \both houses, the girl feels as if she
quacking geeset I absorbing admiration fur the prettyyoung mare, allllllll'r thinks can't be they wi reach fort lie So the hampers not do enough to make her fellow -
and ducks, lift up their re pl'cth'o'ol'l's i lady of the land, the girl does not seethe said } out from tar in glad and happy' too. crcatUf'I
with ale wagonette
t' more animation on this prosperous nervous agony of confused embarrass I He looks haggard and harassed, but Hello which Airs. Ffolctt I Is driven discreetly to seethe Another
farmstead, than thcdo on neighboring inert which I''I'IIHlllbIlUt to overwhelm lk k. Ffolett takes no Ipcllnotc of his looks. She sport, and the Squire's friends also young engaged Bale (couple are here
I lands. is I ala ctrng'r r lllld oil thee l'fr>1otr s intprpt i"
: Everything c11'aU1\I1l1
1 \ bright, from the deep\ )scrupulously red brick pavement p.1'\'lIlfblll';. Fur Mi..saw_u li'f.tlott it she U would"IheSl. !not: understandIt ..'.. ilfillirliter steps lHfeh'; across giw's; the the; -yard l'OI: 1 n i.farl'wl'l(IUlt I :nod-daintily;then) whO likes to ao so, draw near to he soon concentrated, Btc hard; Ainslic; i -'nl.1
t i't i which runs along in front of the house regaled. Janie Welbyn have it u between
to a lady who spends glitteringlber Ja.le
her little
young boots "
tapping pretty Hungarian Belle i is here with her long utter pole in themselves, and )
the wooden cattle-troughsat:; : the further end life in dining and dancing, and 1 blushing Janie I is hardly
I picnicking she walk, thinking pleasantly I of how much her hand, in t 1 hat of '
of tho 'I\rll. In winter 1 Ilr's all gr serge second to 1 11s. Ffolett this night in the in
iG f' y carefully trained and hunting, all.I1'la'III lawn-tennis, and somebody will like to look at her when she h which suit her to perfection, and by her of her
: \ holly-bushes\ a pyrocanthus, ami a scarlet simplc-mimicd\ Janie bus no understandingof : I is Oi t that brown ('ol's back. side always by her side-is Lord Charles Jove tensity she "ati.faction. at having won the
Ii I i. japonica give the desirable tone of color to the 1 "desire of I the moth for the star." Dear) old (' she thinks "I Collingford, prizes.
\ t Inv front of the house. I In tholh whollhe openly alldn'sc now You must be married the I Iam
t u tlll'd'II- same day
spring "Comoin
both of you, cries Hello, with lie ,just as fond of )him if he hadn't a as "Charlie, and to whom it is generally -the third of "
1 {I rate apple blossoms\ make the sweet air the gracious! peremptorincss that I is in her and wasn't his heir." Pl'llI\, understood I is August, Aliss Ffolett saysto
blush, and in all hrther's 1hl'lI ,11 Clljlgl'tl Dick' in the of the
{! summer there are musses ofmyrtle manner to alike, from peasant to princess spite of this asseveration, her "Where is .\ Squire asks aloud pause quadrille she ilt
"
dancing with
and clematis of him, "and I shall ask Janie to
: j jasmine and cluster-
\ ; conic in and hear my news. And within her at the prospect of being a marchioness as they settle to the serious work of the day, her
roses, clinging about the eaves, and ming the pair OhC'I'lllll'r-thl' girl glad\ to and shall wedding dress from me, and it
; go and she {goes back into )((111. _ins- and leave couple of wise old hounds to be made
) ling their white and crimson and buff I by own dressmaker., What
hues
i be questioned and shaken hands with bv lie's parlor with 1 lovelier light than ever watch the hole from whence they know the wife JI'
f ,c, together) in delicious harmony. "dear Miss Hello again," and the man .sick beaming in her eyes, and something in her titter ( by and by Where i is I pretty pJ'1 huDck, the very
:
; The place is known as the Little Firs, farm unto death at wi emerge prettiest girl ), ; WOl't you \be prowl
nearly being so near to her, step that seems like jocund / : _\ It's the first time he has not >
t and house, and it has \been held by the Ains with such i between them tolrillio.el. h'el
an in passable! gulf the
brightness
with for
out us two He
'It I lie family far /several! generations 'of IXHikingut I h years must come Dick looks a little wildly at her, but
Squire "Shall I congratulate\; llu-m? Hell asks ness: and remembering that the girl just and drink tuugllter's health with the says
my
j' Ffolett. Tho present holder of the farm i is ayoung 1 hurriedly, as tho young people pass out of come frol the stable wheie her son is, the rest His are oldest tenants on nothing Ixml, ami Belle goes on :

t ; fellow of about :.7, who wisely follows sight on their way round to the entrance old lady says to herself indignantly : the property he adds, in an 1Ve're Charles think the colt perfection.

I 1 hi the economical footsteps) his fore door, and Airs.( Ainslie shakes her head 11I111SIII "She's nit; \business to go on like this, flat- tone, to the Marquis( of Occington explanatory, who fs famous going to cal hien Pippin, after

fathers in most rt'lI'l'l'tllJilt' \ departs from : tering him, poor hoy, wih looking so hap down here to give his approval of his broth\ ;your down here In nillll and I hope to be often
f ) the path they trod in peace and prosperity "Dick hadn't sjHiken' yet, hiss Hello, but he's got a ('ol wants to buy er's choice in the most unmistakable married season, after I'm
won
in the matter of hUIlIiIl No tenant farmer 1lt''UII and then you'll see him.;'
I IJ.IIIIwhat her answer wl11,1'\ Hii-ss! the make Janie the Honnio
morrow. Hello i is
f who gets his whole living, out of the child, she- worships tho ground he walks on, net and heavy I'rl.ttyI'S like ; yet Janie's the wife I'CI fur to be great lady,pretty but she feels a going heartier Uoldcn i Pippin It I is not an auspiciousname
land, has time to go galloping, about after and she'll make him wife I very to mention to an Ainslie, for it was
a good ; no wasting : him, and the wife he II have, and this | mewl pleasure this day in her father's
t t ;' dogs; and foxes: ; leave that to the gentry, and no pinchings of the Wclbvns ; ht' no more to him than the crowned tenant and friends showing how her father's on that ono the of their famous golden pippin trees

thud be up tu w mischief, {perhaps, "if they're all through of a piece I couldn't queen on her throne" daughter is appreciated, than she will grandfather of this present man
they weren't trampling over the crops and abide a coverslut: to come hero in 11\\.1'11\1'1'\ ." Belle lingers for a few minutes, feel in more dazzling triumphs in society ever hanged himself Hut Belle has either never
trying to spoil the hedges and break their "I think I should like the man to worship in her happy unconsciousness, uld hallgon thl'l, and by. by heard of this fact or it has entirely escaped
i own necks," his mother, who lives with the I trod her memory,
ground tin Hejle! says ; and just: without glving'a thought to young Ainslie's .One of fellows "
you young run to the "
i p Richard Ainslie, and keeps the house! with then Dick and Jallt'I'Olllt' into the room, amiAliss 'protracted absence in the :stable, she says house and down the up ow, l ok here says Miss Ffolett ; "i if
zeal and discretion, tells I mini, Hut Hichard, Ffolctt to tell them about IJringlns1c Squire Janie and vour mother agree to it,
1 proceeds her },o>tl-bye to Mrs. Ainslie and Janie, mounts shouts ; good-natured Col be { wi you
t 1 though tills ho reveres her opinion, disregards. it birthday ball, and to ask about the brown her horse, :U.I rides away to luncheon at I ford jumps up InJ declares he Pharlc will fetch him ing- JarriC? when Ian aiarles m11 are,
point. He has )
S. pu { always good horses colt without delay. big country house near Plymouth, where
in his stable) and his seat and hands: are not Have him OC course she shall have him ; she I isj to mJt-t man of her friend To one out."And I'll come with ," Belle t\" \ Miss FfoIett ; as well then as any

l at all inferior to those of thegallant old master there isn't u question about that. of!hest', Lord Charles Collingford, she con- ".\n,1 have a look at the you\brown colt,"says bhe him in he .says, hopelessly, and she looks a't
of the hound*. Squire Ffolett hl mseif Dick's dance with time tides little surprise nll
eyes pleasure u secret. adds in a whisper. And the handsome, nk
I Moreover, though HI I' lard Aiuslio has cornered thought (seeing heron the colt ht hums bred You can have that brown cl Charlie," suit the action to the word, and walk pair l\ !It too !long oft'a ? It's )' t wo ,
months
; ) l the Held more than once, and is never so cleverly and nurtured) so" h'IIll'rhIlls she'S.. "I have taken trouble to through the orchard to the house to away from tota'OU know-the third '
{ known to be in a bad place, it is. not after soul burns with the ardor of his! desire to timid that out for you this morning. Young out Ainslie: and look at the wit. tt'll oft_August. I &hal go and tell Janie it i b

tho hounds and the fox only that ho rides so give her the colt, but he does not 11t1'to do Ainslie, of Little Fin, bred her himself, so Hut Dick i is notathonieto-uay Hismother Presently .'

.,t' unremittingly and well. this I Ill' almost winces as ho thinks of the \0\('UI bring the colt in one hand and demand thinks ho hail Inisini in Plymouth. At- the two britt'li-ct are holding ;
The -blossonis: are in their fullest surprise that would Hash from her bright me of papa with the other on my any rate he went away early this sweet converse a corner of the

fd glory just now, and old' Airs. Ainslie: .sitting blue eyes! if he pro|>o.scd such a tiling, and he \birthday. on the browl lt.1111" morning, rom.e

f + I in her cotuifurtablehuigidyioplishtrl-uhlvlrlor almost liars 1 the sternly grave tones in "I've't91J Owington, ant prei>ared him "_\ titled( with pretty Janie "..dI in you: very fount of I'imr1 Hellei.s ask-
at the end of the house, ('utcht'stight of which the Squire would refuse: the ottering for the worst: held In'tU," Lord I byn yetr' Belle asks, InVUIVou are, and he and \01
I dozens of tho (primest: trl'I..IIIIII;, with sheets) for his of his brother standing up proudly wil b.Vudl a dear nice
daughter. lharh' says, shaking the by the side of the young lord, her lover, who happy ; I
of rosy bloom. Her soul is gland within her "I had him out in the low meadow, and Then the pair, who are not .en.gugd" I i is go boon to take her nwafrom. her hal like to feel that two other people art-
this; morning, for several reasons! Unless took him over some timber this morning, 11t'ur the world yet, but who are to ('t'ale.{ own happy{ as ourselves down here the ,1J -.
il. liig'i! winds and destructive rains come to and if I'd had a cup of water in my hand be on a twenty-first 1ts, thank God !" hU I day Lord thare and I are It
SS blrtlll"IJ'lI'I't,1to I mothersay rever- be Jarrlt1 wi
blur ft, the ciderpruspectisafaireronetitan there wouldn't havw linen a drop spilled. develop some ot their erently ; "Dick; has made a wise between
and ) UIII
over this year, and Little Firs cider always He's as clever at his fence already as his another, and to hopo that Oocington and will have one of tht best and dllt the brown colt as tnt already."

i) commands a high price in the market. This. mother, Hayleaf. was and you know; what papa will f.1 in with theJ, of girls for a wife: 10.t: The net morning* Kichard) Ainslie re-

I bone great cause of friend.Janie Another she was, Miss Ffolett ? you'veset-n her manya )h'1lIwhithl chickens, 1 trirle overdone, .I'm Si) glad? and Lord ( and I will (r'lt I It''k from lard Charles! Culling-
Is that her favorite Welbyn, time." for rOlll 1 tiresome lot of things to detain BI) to their wedding; 't'harle Charlie the brown cl which U about three

has come to spend the whole day with her "Yes, :n\ll'tm rode her so splendidly him in the stable, are *vrved on the Ut-. Hellesajs buoyantly, and then we she whispers? could tiult's %have much l ben a to'have asked if he

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He docs not say anything to Ills mother Itullroiuls. f FI.on-t- )" CENTRAL: RAILROAD.: --1 Rooks niul StntlcuH'r. For Tampa and Ic')' Wont,
about it, but; takes it into the home-orchard -- -- -- -- -
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and tears it into little bits as! he sfatuN meditatively r : CARD .J.\CK-ItSVtl.U:, Fi.\, Mar( hl 10( 1S70.On 110 It ACT. l) ltiW.: .
tinder a tree. rum and after this!" date Trains, nil this! UOllil ,.\ SloaiiiMliip C'O'SCARRYING I.INI.:,
Then he /goes about liN daily work. The or TIIK will run as: follows : -----.-------
tla'ls I fixed Wholesale and Retail
wedding definitely for the third
of August, ':and preparations for the reception ATLANTIC, iVL.V' & WET: l INDIA TRANSIT DAY I'.s.l: : ':NoER, ((1'xnI'T: : M.M.VY.) ::: '

of the yenmg wife at the Little Firs RAILROAD, Leave .T.uk onville ..................... 1'\:10.\\:: () M I. 1300US. STATIOMKY: ,
farmhouse proceed; apace under old MM.Ainslie's Leave Raldwin ...... ............... ...... !Uto:: .\. M l I. jj.r
able Innn iigeinei i Jan he will I I find I'FNINSFLAR: I ::; RAILROAD, Leave I keC'ity' ................. .........11-33 1 :: : .\. M I. And .1I1'SU\ ,
everything in the mo t perfect order, and ( HVtMo Hrnnch,) Leave Live Oak). ......... ......... ......... 1 ll"1: ) I'. \4.\
the admirable manner: in which she has been Arrive lit Savannah ..................... 8.15\: t I'. M. .Vi!I WI.ST H! \\' :SruiT: ,
brought npjuotifics) )lrC.! \in"lIl"S most "anguine AM LcaveSavannah ...... ......... ........... 800:( .\. MLease .
anticipations of happiness resulting Live Oak.......................... 555: I'. MLeave ( TIM'I i: 1 F. S. MAIL.
Ii ont the match. F1mX.\ IfX.JCK ONVILLF.RAILROAD. : Like City .......:.................. 5oo: iLeave '. I. JACKSONVILLE I :, FLORIDA.)I I l
Hut Dick docs! not seem happy. The third Raldwin' ............................ 7:i lU 1'. M.
p.- August i is a golden summer day, and numbers Arrive at Jackxonvillc ................. 805: 1'. MMAIL ONE of t tho staunch' and elegant Steamers
of people from the :adjacent illages are I the above I Line i will lease (Cedar I Key
1 AND I EXPKEss: : (DsiiA.'.) at I 1:00( for
assembled' about the entrance t to the churchyard I In Jtf'tit Manli loth, 188!. every Monday : p. m,

to see the two eddings about which o Leave.Tackvinville....................... 5.10r.:: M. ,
much talk has been itunle.Ii': Ffolctt's Leave White Hou
long train of friends have arrived and iiw f.OINO SOUTH.Leaxe ............................. 7lH: I'. M I. llraidcnloun,
Mi walks up the little pathwav through the Fernandina: .10.30 a.in. Leave :Sa11Iersoml.:1)7;: : > I'. M.. and! every Memday and Thursday att.I.(

e-hurchjurd, anal. looks e-agerly for the other Lease Hart's 1oall..l: 1.''O n.ll1. Leave OltMce.............................. 8:1.\: s:! ,r, MLeave brido.1 party. As she advances to the altar Leave C'allahan l.I 7 a.in. Mt.l Carrie.......................... !Si.OH:( r. >i 1. ,, \
railings, and the service which is to unite Leave Dutton) -'. a.in. Arrive I-ikeCity.......................... !IO::; her to Lord Charles Collingford lwg tI", the Leave Rrandv! Itr.uuh 1.111'.111. Live Oak..................... ...... 2:1:15 .s. MArrive I. :1.' A ..
Welbyns bring their daughter in, and (two Leave ddwin l..1) '.m. Tallahl.l.: ...................... il"I.\: ) MAnive I.
or three si'oilts are sent onto :sec what makes Leavelaxvihle.. -Mr. p.ll1. Albmy: ......... ....................HI: F> .v. MArriveSavuiinali Conneetieins made at I Cedar: I Key with I the I
Richard Ainslic a laggard III love this morning. Leave Latey .. 2.'ilp.ln.l .......................... !11.1"1) < .s. MLeave I. SU. Flori.llTrall il Railroad, from and to all
I I Leave Temple's......... .................. ::3.1(0 1'.111. :Savannah: .......................... 4 I:30: r. M 1. points:' Neirlh 111111 ,,'t. >t ; at Pnnt.i I:lasso: vit lit''utiter I
I flis i mother is waiting for him III t the old. Leave :starke 3.18Leau '.m. Leave Albany ............................. 4:01):( \I.\ MUave I. .-' for, Fort' )()'{'r'4, Foil, Ogdcn. ami
oak parlor, looking happier\ than she has ThuiNton ...... .................... :I.ao 1'.111. I Tallaliaee: ....................... I 545: I'. M t. Pine Level.Thiough.
looked since her death. Her Leave Waldo. 3M p.m. Leave Live Oak................. ......... :2.15: ; .\. M. s. :.IIAII. SII..t.'ISIIIPS: Tickets! are on !sale at Feniandina .
plain) colored silk dress and )bonnet suit her Leave Ciainc \ille. .I."' P.11t. Leave Lake City ......... ......... ........ :350: .\. M I. .----- -- Jacksonville, Gainesville; and 1 (Vdar Ii
well ; Miss Ffolctt has: chosen them as well Lease Airedondo 5.0:11'.111.: Leave: )lt. Curlier.......................... .1.18: .\. M. i Key, at greatly l'l'ItI\'I'tl! rates, for all principal i
as Janie's dress.! Lease 5.15 p.m. Leave (II hiistee..1 1.10: ) .s. M I. Will leave\ Cedar Key points mi the Gulf ( ',iuist.
Where can Dick he? The fl'iIHI1IIH'!\ Lease .\rchicr..8: (; p.m. Leave Satiderson.i: .\. MLeave J. :M. GALPIHN, (j\'II'I.\,

sengers come in breathlessly from the church Lease 1'ronson ... (001" I p.m. Darbyville.......................... 555: .\. M. roil) NEW: om.l'gymy: OTIUUFRIDAY. : 13: Cedar Key, FII..J .
where his bride is awaiting him. .'-11I1Ihere Leave Otter O.fiS:! p.m. Leave Raldwin\ ............................ 1i"OA.: M. : -
is:' a !search made, gleefully enough at first, Lease Rosewood..... ........ ........... .7.a. p.ll1. L'I1'c'hite Hou-e..................... iIi: .s. M I. : SAVANNAh, FERNANDINA "5- ,
Imxlou..Inlh'r a few minutes. Arrive Cedar K(' .. .15p.ll1. Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50: .\. MOn .,'
Then they find bin.
There in the home orchard near to that {.(IINO MW1H. Mail I and I Express Tiain I Sleeping Cars rou KEY: W'15'l'::: AND I HAVANA AM)

same !spot where her husband's father had Lease Cedar {. (;.15 a.m. run through to and fn)11.IH.k: >ionville amSavannah l'ElOT1hll: :SATURDAY.1'ARSONS : "JACKStN\1l.l.i.: : J

lied by his own hand, the poor mother sees Leave Rosewood......................... 0.54 a.m. :: ; a No, Lucas Sletping\ ; 'ars run
Dick, her son. lying in his! wedding clothes! Leave Otter 7.43: a.m. through to and from Jacksonville and! Tal- .. ,
senseless, cold, dead. Leave Uronson 8.23: 11.111. laliifsee.CONNKCTIONX.. -t..L. i
They find no marks:! \iolenceubout him ; Leave !'t.'i111.1I1. .-At Raldwin with .A., G. & :: : & HALE:, Agents, .! 'I'IIREGII: III: 1-
his .face is peaceful enough, poor !SMI n.m. W. I. '1'. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville {IM.'lt) :; Cedar Key Kin.MA : .
now ; and (the doctor who i is:' hastily! fellow.. Leave 9.24 and Fernandina, ami all points North utah .-................ ......... .......................+:- 41. ./
Leave Arredondo a.m. - ---- -- ------- .
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in declares it to be heart disease," and no Leave (Jainesville. !SUOu.m. We! word is said to the bereft mother and the ILORY'SSTEAMSHIP::;
Leave \\' a.m. Savannah, and all points North and West ; V t.t
poor little girl who loved him so well of the Leave Thurston.lo..V( < 11.111. at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steam
fatally condemning; I little bottle which they Leave ::;ta rkl..l 1.11 11.111. ers. J. !S.! )KLROY, 1.'I.OnIU.\ ; MM':. S] ISLAND]) l ourl']

tinel" empty in" a tuft eif grass close by. Lease Temple's..........................11.17 a.in.Lease \\'. M. Pvvipsov! Master: Transp'n. .
It I is sad, Lady Charles Collin lhrll says, :Superintendent.JACKSONVILLE I .
Law' .11.31: 1 a.m. (
when she is down for the hunting season Leave Mavillc ley .1 12.10 i.m. Only nla'c'c.t 1.I.nc' to Xt'w York.TIM .
the of her marriage she rides Golden -
year as
Leave Hall( 1 will .12.55 i.m.
well alter her fathier's : :, I'lN4.\'OI.\( ) AND I I : ) \ AND FLORIDA() I
Pippin surpassingly Lease Rrandy( I'.nuich................. 1.11 )i.m. ': RA1LKOAD.: ) ) 1'111mOHOL
hounds' the Little Firs Farm he
: over ; l.ea\'l'Dultun 1.2S i.m.' i ..\N 11 :.rn.UIlHUT i: CO.I1ri1a .
was such a nice young fellow, such a friend Leave Callahan.......................... 205) i.m. :MVTIU TuvN-roiiTsrios's! OmcK, 1 .
of mine, :and SC) happy in the prospect) of )being Leave Hart's 2.5'Arrive : \) i.m. TAII.VIISSM! ; Fi.Febinary; \ : 3, 18so.\ J JOn
i poor Janie's! husband ; it almost makes
me shudder to pass by t this apple orchard Fcrnandma :3.12p.m. ami! after Momlay, Pcluuaiy 2, ISsO), '
now alter such. a tragedySo ." Trains daily, except :Sunday.: passenger trains: eif thip road! will inn: as follosss !. I '<' r.
lie lives for six months at least in her \1:1\: : I l': PINK l STEAMSHIPS I I .. .N. :
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memory.- PASSF.NGF.R: TRAIN-E.\-T: :: HOUND.;( ) '
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WISTIIITIAS.: : : wrSrzwSES
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.: Itrnlroit Istae.:! ( \ lirnnch./ ) Leave ( 'lint tuihii uiehiee..daily at..... 2IHII'I M. CAP'!'. II1NES( ,SM II)
-- ------. Leave .................... '' ...... :322: : I'. M. ,
l.OI.NU SOLTII. I.puTllllaha"H..{............... .. ...... 000( ) I'. '. CITY () I' ALLAN,
; SAM-: L'a'c'alll) Jutution................ 4.00 ))1.111. MontieelloLease .............. ..1. ...... 7 1\11'. M. FLORIDA!! I) .\NSl'I' RAILROAD I ( ) ,
Leave Santa F( .1.:10: 1'.111. Greensille t ............... ...... 83S:I t I'. sm.lt'ave CAIT. RISK.ONI' : (:: .
Leave Hawthorne( 510 i.m. : Madison<< : ......... ......... ...... !.1> :2(5(! p. M. Te)
.. ++ ++ Leave Lochloosa. 550 i.m.i Lease Live Oak................. ..... 2 1 15 .\. M. : of tlu above- :Ste'.imcrsill: :\ le-ave ,
,,' ++-------++ Arrive Orange O..V: ) .m.C.OINO AriiseSavannaliArrive :: ............... .' ...... !9>lIHI) .v. M. : (for NYw York i'v.'ry'l'lmurs.: All PoiiilN" Nor It and West! ,
; TliomasvilleArr'se : ........... .' ...... I 055; .\. M. day, (ill anisal of altcrnonn\ trains from
1.\ IUSllt.\lU.I': IIOTIL, \ 'IOIITU. ; .Alb.invAirivc ............._... .'.......1025: A. M. Jacksonville and! (\'&Iar Key.Tliis eiffeiing comfort umivaled, u delightful! sail
Leave Lake 7.13a.m. Lllkl' ('itv................ ...... :3 :35 .s. M. lino, having 110 I transfers! to make eiver stiictly I inland m m water-course: full I I ofinteresting .
:tt-------t: : : Orange .
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Arrive Haldwin................ .' ...... 1 025; .\. M. I 111'1\\'{' 'II i seencry.
Leave LochlooM................... ..... 8.10a.m.Leave .
The PAI.UK: STKUIHIH: ..i
Situated 1 directly! the Railroad .. .. 1 ... 50 .
'; \ Hawthorne. !M5 a.in. I Anise /m'kslIlI\'ille/ ... .... 7 \. M. :'
'. Lease Santa F{.. !I.I.i) n.m.Arrive i ArriF.rllllll.lilla............. ,. ...... :340( I'. M. FERNANDINA() AND NEW: YORK( ,'
\\.lIltlnJun'tion............... 10.15a.m.( Arrive (Gaim-svil: ............ ...... 5 011'| v.Leave I 1. O K IDA .1
\:. IN ONE: OF THI: Arrive ( ','Ilar KeyPASSF.NGF.R .............. ...... !oo I :: I'. 'I. Offer* the Captain Jonv Fir/e.i Iu.I.I'.J:
Trains from Waldo (to Orange Lake and' return -

.."' t on Tuesday, Thursday and :Satuiday. ; : TRAIN: -WEST l Hot) ; I II. I HI I : 'I'X I n CHEAPEST 1 I : I ::: TRANSPORTATION ::I ) AMCJTY ) 1..

.j HEALTHIEST: : FARTS OF FLORIDA.i ---. -- --.-.- Le'.ive Jacksonville .....daily at..... 530:: I'. M.Leave TO ) : : .
) FLORIDA I:I I ) : I I 1'l'lflS.'egi'tahilt's : :: "
1.j. Fcinandimi........... ......1030) :: .s. M. or isitiDur/ro.v 1
'. FF.RNANDINA & JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. : Leave (Gainesville: ......... ..... ...... !II> (O.' .v. M. \ and Finits ssilLicecivc C'aptaln ---, .
Cellar ........... .... :30 special
.j; For particular address () Leave Key ... .. 1 \. M. cure III Iiandling. 1
Leaue Haldwin :................ It ...... 700( ) I'. M. Lenvi.Jacksonville I every )(oil.hI\'.We'duesdayand ;
"''1.01:11)llImOn I Leave Luke City ............... ...... !9 I.jO I'. M. PASSENGER:: : ( ; ACCOMMODATIONS( ( ARK Fridayby. :Steamboat: Express!, 11:1.1a. :
; .I.lf Fernandina, Fla. In Effect Ajnil :!Uih881.. It'I"Ha'l1l1l1all ............... ...... 4 :30 I'. M. III.
,r. Leave Live Oak................. ...... 2 l 15 ,\. M. FIRST-CLASS.I I :: :: Lease Fernandiim J by Steamer: Florida, on
J; Leave Madison ................. ...... :351 J l .\. M. arrival of Train i i p,
OOINfl SOUTH. .n.I..i.,,.LI. lr"I'....."..vII. ..I I...........-.....d ...-.-..- .I .!tll.!.. .i.. ."... The traveling j publieare offere-d t the advantage !. Arrive Savannah:: every Tuesday. Thursday
:1. Tin FLORIDA Leave .l.rnaIHlina..1 1.H) a.in. iV 5.tO: p.m. Lease )Month ho .............. ...... .', (HI I A. M.AniveTallahassie I It.IL I DIRECT) 1 LINE:, WITHOUT( and :Saturday:! 8 a. III.
Leave I [art's Road. .....ll..V: a.m. .V. 005 i>.m. ............ ...... 70(1( .\. M.IxaveTallahasse ANY CHANGES.i : (',iim uie'tjotms made atFernandina Close connection niadet ust' 1"'l1l1l1l1h with
: n AND IMMIGRATION COMFA'Y Arrive Jacksonville..12.50 p.m. it 7.20: p.m. ...... ......... .... 830: i .*. !M. \ with all "Meamhoats I:' for all\ Puloi-o :Steamships: ;' of the OC'KAN) : STEAMSHIP : .
LAN Leave Cjuiney.............. ..... ...... 10( (OS) A. !M. points:' em the St. John's', (Oeklawaha, and! I COMPANY. every Widm-sday ami
.; OFFERS: ( OI.NO. SO 11TH. Arrive Chattahooehe-e........ .1..1 J ::10M.. Indian, Rive-rs, ami! with the Transit! Railroad ( Saturday, for New York.II:' ) with Hoston
'i Leave JucksonviIle..H.JO: 11.111. & 2.15 1 p.m. at Fernandina for all railroad stations Haltimore and Philadelphia, steamers, that
; noo.oooc'rt''f' Leave Hart's Road.......0.15; a.m. & 4.00) p.m. CONNIX'lIONS. and till I I'pOI'I in FlorlduFJIJCIIIT with all rail I lines: to all points Noitli and

Of the mostACOESSIIlLi Arrive Fernandina: .....10.1): a.m. it ".3.i p.m. At Live Oak daily with the Savannah, WI'!>I.
: : I AND) PASSENGER:::; : i: RATES(
Double Trains daily. Florida and Western !Railway to and from For State-Rooms and 'through Tickets,
: : AND DliSIRAllLELIMN : Ha\'llIIlIuhlIl1d all I X lrlh'rli. F: itcrn! amiWestern AS: I LOWH HY I INDIRECT( : LINES.( : apply teiI

IV TIIK t'it il'M.
At Luke City elaily with the Florida Central JtN"Thl'flilgh I Hate-re: and! 1 Rills of I4uihisig STATE OF FLORIDA, CONNECTIONS.: Railroad to and from Jacksonville-:: to all points.

At only $1.25; per acre to new settlers, with AT nUX.SIII4.rith .>, U\, Augustine, Palatka Enterprise, and Landings I- For passage or further information, apply Jae.ksonville I -Ceirner of Hay and OeenilStreets
on (the St. Johns !Riser.At tll ; St. ..\IIf.tIlJ'IiIW-IIIX! I I ItUomlield's(I ,
the I'r \'ih'ge of selection! in parcels: of Id \ New York ami Fernandina Steamship Raldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf 1 R.: \\'. SOFTIIWICh'( ( Agent, ne-ar the Post-Ofliee\ ; I'ulalku-\\ O. WoltHughes' /.
acres or more. These lands are located on Line from Nesv York Wcdne-day! at and We-st India Transit Railway: toand fioniFernandina Fern.indina.. I }Drug) Store ; Fernandina! Egmont:
and adjacent to the line of the 10..JOa.: m., and. fur New York on, Thursday! (Gainesville; (.Vdar Key, and ('. H. MALLORY ,t: ('0., Hotel.
after arrival afternoon'I) traills. with steamers for Tampa, I Key West and. Fier :.it 1 Fast: t Rive( 'r. New York. 2.tISI1.1IMI.Jt GU.STAVE 1 1: LEVE.: l;
With Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat .. ._ ( Sea: Island Route'
ATLANTIC, GULP AND WEST: I jLTIUXn' \ Havana ---- -- --- ------ -- --- jI1'II'IIS1I.g't :
I Co. from :Savannah: on Tuesday Thursday At Chattahooe{' t tlm'(' I time-sweekly with I I : : : J. N. IIARRIMAN
: CO.'S R. R., and :Saturday: ; for Savannah on Mon- the People's Line and! (Central Line io.its to NIIIlHI'.I.aTilt 11 1-M ;Manager.jer&r. .

dav, Wednesday and I Friday. and Irom Columbus laifanla: : Fort (;lIll1l''', --.-- -- ---- --- --
extending from FERNANDINA: on the Atlantic With Charleston :-h'alller: fro.Savannah Apalaehieola i and I other River I.mdingx.ir : H? hi MUMNT. MARY'SITIA.II : 1lVl1i:

to CEI: >.\It KKY: on tho Gulf ceiast, and Charleston Wednesday and Sunday; '.Flegant :Sleeping; utah I'.irlor ('oadll'oI: .,------. --- _,- :

thus affording to the producer cheap, con- for Friday.Savannah and Charleston Monday' and Weiodriill'Tallahassee and I ,Lntas and
stunt and rapid transportation to the best With !Steamer; Flora from St. Mary'n River -
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.$fl"kk[ time, sure ( ""lIt'l.tioli. ixrfeetsafety. -- ------
markets. Landings" Wednesday and Friday. ; forSt. I.JIj.H'J.HT; ) : ,
The belt of country trun'rsl'l.IIy the Tran- :: Mary's River: landings" on Sunday andWednesday. :20-tf Mast,'r Tran>-iiortiilion.
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sit R. R. embraces -- -- -- -. "" \ -..- ] -- .-
St4)o, uiid ''lauranc' .
AT B\LDix, ri.\, '" TUB STKtMEIW

: EVERV.tIIIITY: : OF SOIL With Trains for Live Oak,Tallahassee, and -- FIjOUA JIAKTIIA
,
r all iKintd III Middle and West Florida. v. I'. NTIIiKTVtSetonel :
RunIKIMO.V[ .
to lie found in (the State Captain Captain -
a large proportion AT I/K-HLOOHA Ft*., Street, opj 'isite, t the J'Ot.OftH'fO'I' \('(', "ITT'ILL I leave Fernandimi for Jacksonville -
being IIt't'uliarlyallal'tl'tl to the culture of TT" and Palatka, and Interme-diate! landings ; ir" II.JI.Y:1'JtJ'.1l:: ; :
Steamer .Alpha for all and ;
i SKMI-TEOPIC\L: FBI-ITS and Early Vegetables, Wjth j-oinU on the St. John' River, and Savannah -
landing on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular -
and Charleston folows. I
I and The Large Compact Uodle of Timber : Railroad Train.ATGtIXIWVILLE. us The Flora leaves Fernandina (c'r St.Msry'i

make these lands worthy CAREFUL 1:.(. : I.'rorn'rrullIlUlla Itlver landings every Monday, Wednesday
rL%., and Friday-returning on Tuesday Thursday .
.IJI/X.t TION by manufacturers of LVMBEBVLSTOBE8. FOR JACKSONVILLE" : PALATKA ,
With Sta e Line for Ocala and Taniiu| on 1 1 (i 1 It' !j AM and Saturday.The .
.UD N.\ Tuesday, Thursday and Satunhiy ; from ;EVERY: : WEDNIlSDAY.-t -5. Martha leaves' I'Vnmndlna/ for name
Ocala and Tampa on Monday, Wcdnedav 1 1Lr |M.lnts every Tuesday, Thursday( and Saturday .
NEW SETTLKRS:
and Friday. From FernandinaFOR \ -returning every Monduy, "Weelnesdayand

!l l'urihaing land from this company are fur- ATCEIHB KEY, FLA., % SAVANNAH \'w! C'HARLIXTONEVL'RY ( : ; Friday.

l. nNie with tiitlre free jxusnye on the Truu- With Steamer Miller to and from Fins.icola jr : ; FlU l.ty.-i* Through Hills'or"" tiding

>it l'ailn>ad for family and l it-rsonal itfitts on Monday and Friday. Close ('onn<-<.t ii ill made; with steamers (or !by JIALLORY'8 LINK: : Suamers: to all(
.-. to the station nean-.t the land purthad. With bteamen Clinton and MUHJUH for ; \lellonsille an l J':EnteTpri, al-o with steam-! 1'llIt"; "H the St. Mary's. .

TITLi: COMFLCTF.) : being derived by New Orleans on FrMay.from New Orleans ems for Oik law aha River ; also "t Savannah ('lose ('OIlIlC'C'.loll .
Oil Saturday ; from Havana and Key West,
with kte-aiiuT (or New York, Philadelphia!
jrrant from the United Mates and pun.ha.-e on Friday ; for Key West and Havana, on )toiotonund lall/worl'uIII/ ( ut ('laarh- ton with, made with the New York, Charleston; amiSavannah '

from the :Mate of Florida.CORRKSJ'ONDKNCK. >atnnlay.With xttamers fur New York, PJiilade-lpbia, Itultinore. :;tt'l1 uwnt.
Florida <{: Havana Mail Steamship! GOOD) ACCOMMODATIONS
and with SlIrtJj'I&3h'fI\l\ V: S /utli C'arlo-
; ) soLICITED.Iescrilitive Company' Steamers: for Key West and Tampa :'' HEATERS I : RANGKPA: ina Railroads fur routes North. East: andWest. for Passenger J-x'u"iftlll': and,Tonri!!"

on Monday and Thursday. TIN .%\u 1' 1II:1'r1H01: flI:, will Shut thU u very uttrutise Crip, a* Jllf
M.ip and ciEtrLiua mailed onai'i'lication. With Steamir Kiittr/iritt, for {niintson the M-enery I N grand(, and alligators ami utrui
Bu A-annee River, on 'fhur'ilays at II i a. m. Itool'ISOXlJ TTERING: t'USTt'f.1'Jo4I'San I: : :; : Al'('()M MOl'.vr1oN. game are abundant.

i, CHAS. W. LKWIS, For information rfrrj tt1ing route, rates, PUMI-S: DRIVEN: WELUS: ETC.A ;"'r Either: of the ntiovp Steamer nun !...
etc., apply to Through\ TUkt and State-roomn M-aired dl rtt'r'11 for fxi-ur>lon l.urthiii at any tiult
,
I.ind (.oIU li. oner.Orti A. O. MMltNEI.14.41Cfl'I tur/e; ..tot'k ur-I"n'tl on hand. hive meall. and all information fund :.; <-e cor JJeaf'! and N'l'ntIt8.:: Ticket 8"lltiWI, ,\ {'nt. a <- and compare mv (prices with thoof tier ('('lItn. and( Stsond ,t.tre .t*. A. 11 NOYlX; .\getul.v2 .
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: 11 'THE F fJJOlunA 1C1Uflon; putlieltcnnd begets distrust. Our businessmen I (the line of the Peninsular and Transit rail: We ask of our TI'ollC'J an attentive' nnd Nothing has so plainly manifested itself to

I I have, we believe, all been successful, 1'11.1.. Hawthorne has continued to Improve careftl1'll1lg of the article of the Mirror on thinking men, o the fact that! the South is
.. The bitter
--. - and done will devoting itself to the
>r----- few failures. Hut I is anticipating the Having so, 1rldlcul
i "'-'- and our city 1I'cell completion of Iltlslol. afflictions
: Al'Ijl-.y they 1ll'a what we to its several 114lon'of the past will light
i :a, r ATU1W 1 QSh many branches oflJw.illI'IIII'C'! hardly known the I'alalkn and Gainesville Railroad to thai paragraphs 1'oli.kr, which we have, say numbered if the grand lessons they taught are
I -- here which would doubt do well Some this summer. i is said to he : and by, 11
1 no point I already ((1) ((2)). ((3)). made impressive are profited (.
ty' eti .S'U q1iIt-TI 1J t L IS MOXKl' IX IT;,, of our merchants carry on various branches graded to a point within six or eight miles. This we submit is not the point Involved. I have previously culled attention il these columns

:I -, t I' There i fa no crop which run be cultivated 1 of business, which would,l do better, as specialties (1 nit(1 I little village! i is !springing up l at where 1.there TIll Issue nsh of scrip or warrants, to the the young imperative to fit importance for this of new educating order

j I j! in Florida with greater certainty: nml profil -such as 'building materials, 1 hardware m ( 1 el t'l mill, a few miles north of ltawthmornc.Mummy them, does!! not iytIo necessitate(!' on the hand creation to tlle't of a of timings The tlC'1 rapidly developing

a. I I 1 Limn sugar-cane. If the beet sugar cultivation furniture, seeds and fertilizers! farm [ \ houses arc going up at Waldo bonded debt It was exactly the system inexistence into 1 manufacturing and progressive

few=; '4 : I of Europe: and the sorghum of the machinery and implements, machine shops! and Starke. Lawtey>' is quite noticeable for during thc first years of!our Stategovernment section. The !simple agricultural the immense habits advantages arc
and
I Northwestern! stales! can be made profitable, wood-working machinery, grain mills!' cotton the handsome new residences. the neat en the Mirror" was, at 1 time of when tin the editor able of being innovated diversified upon labor, gl\'c:4urc, : LCIgnp-

l'' much the cultivation of the factories cotton seed oil factories!' moss! closures! and well-worked Ole unusually .be with the :
i. more! so can orange groves, body of legislators, paid in scrip at $:fl day, preciated. To e\1 progress \f
1 1 Nagar-cane, which contains the saccharinejuices factories: fisheries and fish curing, marmalade which look thrifty and promising. At Highland and out'.I' that system' no bonded eve the age it behooves us to put ourchildrcn in
Il.1
J and cam e. The very trilling bonded, Florida a channel t to }be educated understand meX
t I in a far more concentrated anil valuable factories from the guava !sour Station the large mills of the )1C'8Sr. and the arts. Thl' .
which lames, manufactures
I form. orange, pal met to goods, etc. Cook arc situated, and several buildings!' ha'.cl'l'I'1 the result of! grew Indian up Yl'UI- oOl'rWI\I...*, not of. wa the natural advantages' of climate und waterpower

'} I' t ; I lleforc the war, capital and labor, aggregating Our merchants !should. be, able to 1 supplynot put up recently.Tin !issue of scrip to meet ordinary State expend the great plenty of labor and the accessible .

\ 1 many thousands: of dollar: were required only the wants of our community, but itures. Of course! those who choose, to sii! } cheapness of raw material arc drawing
c.j l ; l f to manufacture the raw material' into do a large )business! along the line of the I : scmr QT/:.11'lO.Y. so may atllrm that the I issue: of'ripleal to an unusual amount of cap.tll.1 manufactures III
South
the especially so
all ,
interest over
The Economist: bOI.1cII -hearing' debt there
:so satisfied art
::1 ; I sugar, but when the war closed, and the Institution Transit and Peninsular, I tail roads.Modi all'l'nrs entirely) 1 those! that say that the use often, a!and coffee! Georgia. .Already there is an unfilled demand
with its
; '' ) L., I \ slavery was at an end, the planter house owner should try to inipruve Iolllllol 01 scrip question, that and of wine in the sacrament of lime Holy for practical superintendents. I of cotton

S' ; I t found himself Involved In great difficulty his own premises! and beautify his' own it seems ucll'1!' !' ll..cuss the matter farther Communion! leads 1 to kellc4.! There is mills, for JIIt'chult'u engineers with brainsand
With entire fairness the Kcownaixt( publishesthe nothing in the constitution of the Unitci ingenuity, for skillful and sober machinists
j to command the necessary capital and labor street and neighborhood, while the city an-
(states to forbid !' and I overseers.
;, ; I :t : to carry on the business: of sugar planting. authorities did all within their power to improve M"rO"g article on this subject and its other ; .nor in tll.ir decalogue saving the either one, if or they the Every. mill department owner in the South prefers I

i In this! as in many other instances, necessity ) the town Let us move on. If we own reply We can only do the same, and I believe That 1 t I 1( office-holders" and pub JII\'I'to take charge of his help. In the

S I I :: : proved the mother of invention. Theproblem stand still! we "shall, go hack Our :State: halIIa.le place the \'iewI of the Ernnomitt, \ contrast lie printer, now paid from 100 to "OO per very lilC'S of things, they are best adaptedto
with our own, leaving our readers to judge. cent, more than they were paid. under. oilDemocratic manage hOle people. )111) Inut mills,
,_: ;; : how to adapt] machinery to the great strides onward during the last will Now,
rule
just rap
I when made beginning
!! were
:1) wants of the "small' planter had l to be solved. few years! and n wave of progress I is reaching how far tho Rc'Imi.*' has made. good its in scrip, should !say' this!payments to fl'lldltl'1 the poopic they t'UI pay only enough to comfortably .

(f' $} ; I' I The first help came: through the! machinery over her. I.rt1'4 strive to merit' our I plea for scrip. into payment of their enormous incomes sup'port young Jil'1 as! superintendents.There .
j The KcomitHut does not admit that the in cash, is perhaps not strange. That the is, therefore' I growing demand] I for
so
J ..1 J t. invented to utilize (lie !illrglill/lll'rol', which "share ; let our'a..tc places be 1 turned into 'I
rlMorof the should. is con educated, practical, competent, young ll'lofSoUlh
eventual result of issue of / we
I ; : found could be } to the truck ami truck farms an scrip beyond .fI'/'U' say i
55 ,} it was adapted sugarcane gardens: ; plant asparagus fcss, "' r birth and education. "'c kio\
with considerable loss cauliflower etc. I the amount receivable for taxes will lead, to 2. l'olellln: 1al'dou nothing "so much to our active in-
\ : i although very celery: green peas: ) astonishing is the lfirrnr'etiental promising '
t'l j ';; : The old the eventual funding of the amount when that taxes would be onerous teliigent young men. (2uit cro\\'Itng time
: of cane juice. system required massive and we can' build up home industries'! which Il'1'1 payable
.
1)i i I it reaches! sufficient volume To this we In scrip than in It might ju t as law and study chemistry' -this and
: rollers moved I I money.
by expensive !ll'alllpow. will to If '
." t \ I give a support a large population. well have said! that when the war endei. most promising stjelHl', The futureof cheniisfry -
> !, }},1, I l'r,1\1I11 n train or buttery of heavy boilers. we cannot: Improve our real estate> sell it to reply-first, it always: has reulhe.l this conclusion there was! no the private debtor i: especially practical: chemistry as it applies
Gi'" I massive rollers I and next, that only two other alternatives whether he ltlf"t'I\ to the invention in cheapening methods I'
jc! j 1'urthe lighter machinerywas those! who can and will ; sell at present W01 required to pay his crel1ol
\ remain either' to it in dyeing, in the production of oil combinations -
Ii' devised he worked horse repudiate entirelyor in grel'lhaeki, ( :: scrip,)
.: to by power, value, and m do nut try to discount the future I l11itelttatl' and of all artificial substances
Or, to meet the ,
increase the of taxation
I
rate lah'llo
sufficientlyto ft'lt.
i I I' and for the kettles! a flat shallow evaporator and hold on to unproductive property.KJHTOHIAL t precisely as put in the Mirror, if three- which rival the originals in ni their good
: i with divisions.A absorb it. So that we havethreemcthndsJuly quarters!! of his obligations' were jmyable in qualities: and are offered at le : l'net cost, is

r ... I/ouisiumi, planter: near Hat on Rouge, UOUIl1SI'ON1)1XJI : funding, increase of tax, or repudia i. greenbacks! and one-quarter in gold, because enticing and fruitful.

\ I I:. f who !had been engaged the! greater portion On,' oF. LVKK:, April :22, ll-,.,,1. 1101. he could pay only t h rl'C'-'uartl'I' in depreciated college Let the woullle physician to a "school, let of the tcclmolo-medical

,. fJ t t' of Ills life in the culture and manufacture of The cold night which 11i.llm much injuryin The fkoaomlut, however, after all, indicates complaint currency'if, I I l't.' whole rl 1'( were 10 exacted groundsof in gy. Learn olole theoretically go the arts, and'thch

j tl ., auger, and who win completely} broken up Florida to the fruit and trees: occurred on that although it thinks scrip a very good gul1 According' to our theory, if the debtor go to work the knowledge in practice.
filing
t' by the war, found himself compelled after the !W of December.: It is: now four months t t thing perhaps its absence I is better. And $Iooo of which $1,000 was payable in IIo.tt'at: of up stores themselves ",

{ I "K; p I \1, the war closed! : to devote his: attention again "since, and we have theopportunity of knowing whl'l it says: : .\Vo do not advocate the gold., below and $:,000, the dollars ditrerencewould in currency,be 10 just percent their)young section men best would in machine serve shops! and ant

tl 55 I t to ,sugar on a small scale. Starting:! in 1807 (lie extent of the damage to the trees. scripsystentits! the wisest conceivable ; far $1,200, dependent par' on tho fact whether tories. It is these people that make hi\'l'l.

.1 t ,: with the planting of u "small' field of caneS Speaking only for ];:mist Florida. it may: be from it ;'' we arc not "astonished," as we allowed to pay three-fourths of his debt in tions. I I is! these arts that give employment

: J iJ in a few: years he IlILllL crop to manufacture said that the larger and more mature trees should. naturally have anticipated that the currency, or required to pay it all in gold. to so many)' men and women, who otherwise
eke but It is these
out livings. !
And precarious
so of taxes If the assessment against
t. p 1, into sugar, 1.lJllllllltklllg over the circulars of lost their fruit and leaves! from about the latitude better judgment\] and experience of the Ermiomtft the tax-payers be $lO, ohe-fourth payable in industries! that beget others. Tanneries make

S : '. (' sorghurnnlachineryliedeeidcdtotryCook's\ of Mieanopy: to the (;Seorgiu line, except would have reached that conclusion money, tiuree-fnurtbs payable in scrip, worth shoe factories! ; cotton mills support Johht

I .{ f evaporator and time Victor mill He was in some li.vorl'lllot'ulitieli with unusual If we are "mentally'1 astonished that it (JO cents on the dollar, the difference to the shops ; oil mills make I living for the coop
should, have taken much to advocate : tax-payer paying part in scrip and ers. Let our young! people but be educated to
,: I well satisfied with the machinery, and protection On Orange Lake no perceptibleinjury so pains hdwerl
i i ; very part in and in paying nil in money, think ofthl'I' things, and I soon they will develop
I 'I I Made good sugar and syrup, and found that was done to the trees, although the this "blessing: in disguise, we will not I is $12, o money the difference between $10 and $23. this country) as it was never even ,

'; sugar could be made. profitably on a small fruit was: injured to sonic Ixh'nt.t! the "say' I'l: As to the .1/lor', objection that State warrants dreamed of, and being prepared' can make '

1 ; twnle..j present! time the trees which} lost their leaves The Econ mii.t tt of the 2.1 inst., republishes or scrip being in ]large sums are not tll'Ji'tehl' practically masters of their own
article and available to the ordinary tax- wo remind ':;.
''l With the experience thus: acquired with have recovered their verdure, and tliecllirts our Ul'OI depreciated scrip answers pnycrs gr :
1 : at 6Ecomonlist'a l our comments upon the the editor of the transparent fact that
i-.j d -.1' small machinery, he turned his attention' to nf' the ('ollll is only seen min' the color of the! views! as expressed! in previous\ the many' thotisandsof dollars of scrip issuedto } ..( ItUIMll lWI'U1'.I'lOX

II such an improvement in this: class of machinery hew growth, it being a light green instead of issue, in a kindly spirit 'hl'IIIH'hol: is of jurors and witnesses, and available to the \\\"lsITlr i March :2s.-In one of the nu
\ : us should best adapt. them to the tie usual dark green of the old /growth.There sufficient importance to be fairly discussed], tax-payer are not issued! in ]large amounts, groups! of politicians! that filled the
and we the Hroiwuihft arliceil fullas nor would !the warrants issued at the Treasury lobby of the Khbitt: House few nights ago
cane-sugar! Jllltklll He found Cook's e'ap.i' is! also very little fruit on these showing publish ole view of the tlkt'l Department he in largo amounts! if the I saw I man who eight or ten 1 years: ago created
orator too frail and complicated, and requiring wounded tn'4.! and the section! of l'olllilryIyin by an able journalist and lawyer whom we salaried ollicials! instead of exacting from 1 sl'nl4atiulll ieorgia. Fame; is 'flitting,
\ too many hands to work it profitably, north of Mieanopy and Orange I Lukewilll'ro.hu'l' know tollvl the best interests of the Htlt' the State cash for thl'1 had to sell them to and especially so when it is built on I sandy
at heart. We cannot assent to the :" / the : (" ( of their tax- finlltatlon, The Itev.V.. licks i is
taxpayers Wllkil
and it and beset to work but a small !this Below :
t i was soon worn out, '' crop year officials
i' m int's/ reasoning on the serin question, al ('5. } would see to it that !rllol mentioned now in Georgia, but I
I devising something better, and succeeded this line the crop promisesyo learn I,,, to, though we ore'lliu in accord with its viewson the warrants were cut up into such sixes : well remember, the time when 10 man In
I' in Jllllking UlIlllIl't'Ovelll'VllpOralnr, which he be larger than usual, so that thesupply! from the importance'of f an economical administration would meet the convenience of tox.payC'r 'this state was more talked of. lie I is a native

f\ claim, us clarifier, is only second to the Florida will exceed that of last: year. Inflow of the State! govornnlenLI !I as to be' able to get the best possible! ] prices of Wales! but had long been in America.
ly The point at i issue i is simply i whether or for there As to tho argument that scrip when he canto from ('harll1'otll, in.>70, to
r j t I P steam train, takes: less wood than kettles, of the reported! destruction 1atlli 1 time lot the appropriations made hthe legislature passes into the Ila\l1 of speculators to be settle in ieorgia and join Methodist[ Con

; evaporates more rapidly, is easily worked IIf the fruit and trees! and the! evil oonsc- !< for by the levy of a sold at a profit, time same is true throughout ference. His: ability was exhibited at once

I j f'fJ J can: bo' worked by two Intelligent boys: ort liiences anticipated from the freeze, there is: tax hallt'lrvlll'tt the alllllllt required, the whole realm' of trade and merchandise. to such I degree that he was: gin'l one! of the
I whether' the obligations of the State in ': merchant i\ and theirbusiness best appointments t in the state First
or
with hand of in the !Jl'C'\lllItn tl'l
I ,girls on experienced' can bo great; cause encouragement; even
I the shape of :State warrants shall be issued is to lilt) 1r '(', calico Church in Macoii, I believe any rto
I 11 cheaply and simply{ set up h)' any intelligent portions: of country I which suffered most against an empty tl'IIln- be hawked l and other articles] and commodities! with a went to Macon: very soon \ I came to

(1 hriek-nm..nn. The ordinary size for u The occasional recurrence of such II freeze around for awhile until such I volume is view to {tat a profit ; and in doing this! (fieorgin. He became at once known to the

: small planter Is sixteen feet. With one of would only be equivalent; tll a bad crop year, reached I as to cull for funding the outstanding : they 1"1'\ alt useful calling state by a lecture on the character of Hubert
j State bonds, the ilt'n..tof Hut t -" ?n),tel argues tho J1rlur, l.. Lee, over whose recent death the tears of
,
this hl/.o} he has taken oil ten of thirty- 1\1\111111 one would think. of stopping plantng : iJh.hl'.hl'4ln
crops 1:1.1.l'.1] to the yearly IJrd1'1 after Ilo."tll the State with "scrip' ('11'1 the South were not dry. The lecture was )
4 1! t live to fortyfivo hogsheads! per year from lu cotton or any other crop because someimc taxation, with the principal: restingasadcbtto it : bonded debt, upon which we 1'lpcrl eulogy and it thrilled thousands of I

} I the Munut evaporator, and it is still as good as the crop wu lost by cold, or storms or he hereafter paid I or repudiated by an impatient are 111Yill'r so much annual interest delivered by the nervous, effectiveorator.
The to bo soughtagainst Well ) are no better than It was not discovered sometime
It is remedy
ever. In reply t.'a letter requesting' : information quite certain that there has "l'Ulll' ulti
ml'I'piar. taxation wo insist, i is in the varet( -bnggcrs this i is a good argument ; afterwards],that the (finest passages!
) in reference to his evaporator, the IJt'l'l an increased 1 demand l for orungegrowng reduced expenditures.' Pay as you go, and otherwise it i"\ut We think that the Democrats the same the reverend] lecturer had] Wl'I'
.\\3. Inventor of Sharp's evaporator, Colonel 11'. lands since the frt'l'7'at better prices. keep within your income. The error of the are b the carpetbaggers ; at the North on the death of Il0kcI

t J. harp(', of Union: Kongo, writes as! ful.t The vegetable crop which is also subject legislature was in creating the necessity for otherwise should retire from politics. We he used thl'l1 in ieorgia., Hy his lectures
j reiterate what the editor of the Mirror has his ;
increased taxation. mil Il won remarkable
to vicissitudes has : pop
11.I\\4! suffered draw- I
'.! \ ; Il'n'rl !. The fallacy of the J'I'Il/.f* argumentis hardly forgotten, that under the Iennucrdu'admini ularity. In Macon ho hdmHt his wl'okll'S"
\ It has been' tried, on a much larger scale Kicks this spring fl'lll high winds, hail in considering, that the taxes would be trutiun Governor( Basel() when by L editing I political paper while
t. 4 \ this last! crop than ever! before. Wo had several itorms and frosts.t The effect has b"1 more! made less onerous to tho tax-payer if tlC laxes: Wl't' unfelt, ofllt' legislators, and pastor of a church, but his admirers tt'fl'I"I.
I I in operation lust season making from less disastrous/ were below par. the rest were paid ill-scrip, and taxes were ed, even lauded him for it. After leaving
I three to six hogsheads: in twenty-four hours III UCl'Uttll to locality) andthe l'olptwll'r'arralb it would be requisite paid| in scrip, and no huge bonded debt ever Macon ho Augusta
L I I They are much cheaper: than the old kettle I cold extended "u t hl\ far Tampa: and to show ull'll the tax was: payable in came of it. in captured t h.i.llh'. a.s t'ltir"y.men blI"tattl'rl..1 ever
I i 1 1 train. They were thoroughly tested: ( last season Ildial 1 river, although, of course' in diminished scrip, whereas tin fact is that only three- ::1.! I J conclusion wo remark : 11'c (l.) not wel'. is said I lil old deaf woman
r I on n much larger crop I hIm ever before, degree. Many and in fourths of it can be so paid Next, that the ulvocuto the scrip system as the wisest conceivable there, when she did not catch I remark which
I and in every instance gave: lIati ful'tilln. 1 rl'l'1mtl..l. manyloeulitit's warrants should bo so current and fur such ; far from it. We suppose e no one, was addressed to her, take for granted .
I took oil' u crop myself: of fifty-two hogsheads the plants recovered tlIllt up anew amounts that any tax-payer coti41availhidr or at least very few, at the end of time war that it was on the WO\.h topic .
f \j I which was thoteiltilcro'runtimesnhte' growth In the h:I IIHI'k!I rll.I Or- "l'lff the depreciated scrip to meet his thought the depreciated] United States currency )' : "Yes, 11')1I''aing lik. is u grand IU.Iwuul.II'pl
,, i \i" evaporator.; One of my neighbors saved u ,jingo I.ako the vegetable almost entirely taxes Now, in point of fact, the number system, with its greenback scrip10 preacher,
tl l i crop of sixty-eight hogsheads onluirvii u four- t'r"I' of warrants issued the I year lso was 'cuts below par, the best in itself Hut under And ho was.. Th1! ho could not have
- Ii" I! r .n...._ inill II.., 11...li/tljt..,..v ."n'*jtkt. .f\f.. .1.I.J.. 1..n.I. : escaped tlamu l'. \'u :\\' l'url tworet.t only about 1NNI! while during the number of taxpayers the high salarieshigh CXPI'lllul'andlioavv "bccn more than thirty, small in and
t brick, hlacllincry, and all expense innbnil l high which had not 1"'l'l.toldl'.I, tomato : was probablyiMM: ). Again, these outstanding private 8\1pul.te (. rather thin, with I fair Kuglish face!taltl', ich
1 was! lest than $1,000.Vemako\ beautitul \ I. plants nunicroii and in full bloom warrants, to the cXt'ltf three-fotrlhs of which then existed-tho I'ult wareverybody the eyes and mouth were singularly expressive. .

ojien kettle sugars, and generally get the and forming fruit, beans, squashes, etc., all the total amount were i 1.I..1 in sums of over I.lt that it would be a J1.I1trUII A face more easily Ilil'l'.IIy) emotion
r host market price for that class of sugar. A $100. So that in only the largest tax. wrong to; tht JI"Sl't4 of the people] fo the I I 111len'r seen, and was that magnetic
I small sugurupparatuscan be put up at u cost vigorous and doing well. Tho steamer l is could \' flt tll'II1'ol'h't.4 of scrip to government at once to put the country upon |tower i. its look which only the true .
of from $tiOU to $1.000; / that will take otV a already engaged in freighting to the railroad: la\'J' taxes. Hut as the history of our a specie basis i making silver and gold alone rator hl". At a famous II'dingf the
eropof from twenty to sixty hogsheads, and bringing over about 210, cases at :Otat' financial legislation i shows the result receivable in p payment of taxes, as did l Drew's North (: "or,iaantirencethreeIti.hnl.swere
It to this I is each an over-issue of warrants has always administration. in C'tht, within 1 few t So Hicks, und
f seems us a very important matter trip, which will now rapidly increase.As Il heat all\\.rC'adl..1 t"llr
i is
j in fund mouths after it came Iltt power at .
( to produce' fa'lrf \Ilat
pressure was in
for the! jieople and well)I instance of in 1"l'l I tl1 I
: an
worthy
vegetable
success planting osition Under the
Ilg. and the bonds of the :State urn i"ll'.1 for now our i> carpetbag Itst: he camo to .\tlltl one Sunday,
I the attention of every man who has a .piece wo were told I of I)young man ((1 printer, time face of the warrant, with interest t, which t'ln1'otiutil\ %%( have a system of salaries reached two sermons alll all I (the town
c i of hind suitable for cane. Sugar is: a surer by-the-by) who t'llle out to Orange take comes homo to the taxpayer at I last to be fr"l 11( 200 percent. higher than they to singing' his praise.. no preacherof
than cotton paid, principal interest. We are laying ought IK. The t-lslaturl Iplh'htil this generation! ever won such a general
crop always commands a with a capital of$I l0, hired land to plant in : rule ,
now $souio, If wo look at ":111 to thrl1'ol\ ( \ fame in ieorgia so soon. there
j market price, is easily raised, and several vegetablesand cleared $>on by his tilt crop ; tho class of IK.TSOIIS per year to Ilh'I't Il' ull..h..ll! this redundance double the per lll'l they ought to have,justifying back of this electrifying p power la,1 ; this teen

tSS j t neighbors) ('UIl1011'UlI1hinu to put up the machinery hussinco bought I trllf land and 1 wi of scrip uupro we find thl.I.'I.I'01 time jJlltll that while (,eloquence of tongue which pleased swcl

I which Mr. :Sharp} says, for sixty l.rlhllI.clC'lIr I $:iouo, the present year. having I that of the.2s4\nm appropriated only $W-! (:o\rlur ali much alll from judges the draw two car:Ull"'l'\touched their deeiKT 'Il'l":*

hogsheads, would! cost but $000 to $1,000. only tlc assistance I of two lioys. at linyrl'l.l..r TOO which lirloiigs is the'only to tho cluvs t'xt''nilI"I"of salaries which rtll'lt the, furncrly'tthcy' as, tho members, ildsmrtL0 a sincere,' strong been hm'kf life. what this the a eloqUfnce preacher we of

t j We hl \'t u ataueprintt'dcireuiarsgivingforth day. r.-ouuNminoomplaiitsof'fhemainlasswouldfall : expected to go back to $11ta,'. Now, weN \unl,1 have had by this time
s er information, whlt'h'c will forward tot Tho hammock lands around tho Alachua upon, the witnesses and jurors and thojudicial I uM iii principles of right alt justice Hut the foundation was wtak.UIUll'31 tell
I I salaries while tho loss would not : that until we can have u : in the grew sensational to 1UI
any |arty desiring: them.I.KT savanna and Like particularly I laIl an alarming degree His
Orange i the
l'l'l touch the pay of the legislature, ax they)' constitution, bringingdown Jllst JS Utural I sprightlines.s I ran into irreverence
1 t well suited to ngltLIl' growing living very had provided"for their own payment inreenhacksby salaries, they should' ll paid in a medium Hw huM l thought became so tUJaekof
US W011K TOGKTIIKU. rich in places] rather warm und moist, and J a ,,\ Whatadvuntagoeouldthere less l burdensome t to taxpayer than gold.It heresy, alt the old men bol.ls" looked
.t'hl'llawlI ofl'rll..pl'rit.hu clearly reachedour Peninsular l I I possibly bo to (the jfople of the would bo no wrong to the orticeholders.It grave and shook their hetul+, His
Thl tll power
t Island City, but if it is: to be somethingreal the wl'l steamboat Iruh''hl on Orange take HIiro.t.lul.t give reedytltealdi State ) :\ a redundancy of strip with I w"u"lll' 1 great r'li.fn our present April overburdened SJ.i'QV.a waned, tat. I was a comet ant lot u new
L lanet that
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} tho Iol''i \ of its tax-Ilt-Jrlo/il ha.l.t'.le into our sky Dr ,
I and progressive, our j cople must! devote shipment, uwl'I ItuLI"l'ratl"can from lck of .t'II'latolIt I lick:fell into disfavor with the Conference'le

f their energies, their capital and their labor be easily procured from mills along] time line would be II the 1 nature of 1 rtlnllutlll f,fits 1I1:. ,-Xi Tin: -lJ SOUTH.The left. ioorjria; joined the urtllr Methol:

t tt r to 1 building up those interests which 1 will of tho 1'01.1 Hy Iwui.of the stcamliout(on obligations, somewhat I pnijtor} "irtlol to be gh"l'1 to theactivity e t1'ot ( bomb, went to .loriJa and i.l mured t

? i give u* a prosperous} future. Neither our aditiirublM time ,\ savanna 1.l! the proximity of Bratty I status niton of the lan bank who in .knowingly'Xl'Sf )the tt.WI money his the industry and the capacity)' of the In.'I polities*, During niailly.! : the NUIt11 l the the Mate contest for

f 1 >j location, IlI.Irour beach, nor our bur access to (lit' raiJ'lII. that ,,''llll is also well : I lie.has de)>o I itcd. i, '),'UIII 111f the South i is one of the mostintcroting Florida's vote he wrote terrible tales to r-

i' i t li<>r will of themselves build up u city. All provided with transportation.We ; i 3. The KntiMMitt, seems to be arguing for adepredetrl uhjccU, of reflection which we Northern bloody shirt organs. He WOK rewarded .' r

of these advantage have been here for a notice U great increase in tho l'ulh-a. I : State scrip) by .h\wilt that the 'a* cili/cnsandu. parents can contemplate. of with tome. IVhen, and then Kink even
out notoriety
Il
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l",ngriod| and wo have not seen them self ting of cabbage and cauliflower this season, I Aliensof government are rl'ut.dejwrtmcnts We fail to.ftlltah see the relation \111 Ih.1 depends the future of our coun nl/ht, I Iijnked on him as saw the him.ghost the oftie othr -

+ crm utivt4 The growth of u city rests upon lioth of which are very sate. ali marketable i j of the premises- to the ''ldu"lon. ',[ 1 (' arc lime future reliance of our land, nan whom I used so to admire, and who I

It sty citizens. If I they have faith in in future, product*. The truck growcrsought to plant I''eriprcprsent| liabilities : taxes represent und will either elevate I to pn\|>erity, dignity have seen cam- I thou-ralll'ul'l'J faun the
I How liabilities, will in- path m that bruu J.
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Invert their own mean* in enlarging Is I \.1. im'rllg and it by servile t.'J happy smile
if they 1' ;asparagus extensively. I easily raised), :,'n'lIs the iLv-ets. we are unable to perceive, i i ivVeare rl'UtWU.r prostrate that rippled all! over church.
It* Inmiiie*, I If they unite in everything calculated not iujunrJ by frost.,i Is always in demand, alike opM| sod to a depnriattrl.tripl 1 in.lt.r'nct to corruption, decay und mistry. rich natural. gift of thought anal A' 1:1)of

i to promote its prrwerily| others will and is hit first thing that mature* for I mllu an increase of taxation, but prefer the I ; The following brief and' pointed di>- ; 1 man of literal culture, too-but.r lt.tn.lo

4 hr! encouraged to plant thctrcupitalnnd their marketrequires y to be but tllt.t ( :latter to the former. A sound I.ullt. opinion 'mission' .I the question, from the ('UIUIHLu. that i.* nil, I .nPi| |.. he U here after sine

f&1I1 Ul or with u.. fl.Hfldenee is symiuithetio, Imll.i constantly grlwllIJ larger .Illtl..I. I![emulation must I.and reli.il'..rn..t"|1"1 the to,'rJ'llr.net upon ol t the future;pa>t..Vfrrwr. I'(I(ia.) Ju11Hi/trltt'n-l'an'fut alt'ntil/ ofkJ\ ., thanks bu. grown moro .:quite stout than ur late
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J/111iN.1i.: Sloane }li-t. Jamaica.: Vol.! II. p. 113, 110 SE.1-SIlE iiorsr:. ,1.\ :UI.S 11c(11'1'1\ rroitiDA I

KEPT IIYJollX ,' appears: from t this Palm rowll1J.tlll're. (which C
llMlTIUM OP l'llltUHl.rill( I I is native. of the West-Indies), that many -
l... 1H"Kt.tl'utll'lmTllu: .
HotanNt to His Majestyfor others of the West-India productions I may: : Alachua :Street: between Second and Third, FUOM FISH: SCALK:,

the Florida*; I also be cultivated, frl'llIlhe ,\pith, with which Hoard per 11I.M>; per week, $7.00. FKUNANDINA, FI.A. '.
rrox this tree abound, very good :Sago: has been This resort ca'nnot\ be surpassed' for sporting Orders and estimates from distance c'nr'I SKASHI'.M[ .,
made, and the long trunks! of this l'alllllcrn' fully\ attended. ..Vtf
A Journey from :St. Augustine ) and surf-baliing.( Hear, deer I tick I
very well for pipes' to convey water and all kinds. offish in quantity.It PAI.M[ Nl'T, AIt.IUATOlt'T1:1T11.:
tit lliver St. Johns. plover, any
up make O. S. 0.\ U I-S:
under-grouml, and when split in two can be. reached by :steamer or sailboat.Yacht ,
excellent loin troughs!' conduits to convey Also, FKATHKU: ; FANS:! ANSI FKATHKIlFLOWF.IIH :
With : Note" -------- ---- C
Explanatory ---
: water from place to place IIhlwl'-gromul. to Let.rplIK O TIL'TOlt1: > HUII.DKU. : OUANdF: STICKS,

: safe commodious' Yacht NICY, SKA HHKl.l.S KT(1.
:JOth. Foggy morning ; thermometer ;i 2.: PKKSCOTT.Style JL Captain O. O.I Darling) can bo chartered VXfKVlTL'KKS: :
Landed opposite to the mouth of the lake, J. IT. for pleasure:' parties' at rl'IIIIOllahrah'iI\ Oyster M01M.DIXUS) : ltil.1'KFI'SS.111'lh( : : : : AND I'ursale atolmadetoorder.

_. which hath a full stroke with a! outh-wind ; \lakes at King's Hay a spot-ialty. Tt'UNKD' : n.M.r.STKKS.: :! : NKWK1.M: T. W. AXSLIIY: t
For particulars: apply to Major Suhrer.Mansion :STAIR, i UA1I.MVOOD R\: \'Io-t.:: 10 Centre St., bet Second and Third,
rock ii all of snail and inns-
the : composed Fit House or .1. Thompson, :Spencer : TItcH'OIl11111'1110:: : : : .. ... I
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clc-shcllshard to build with about address WKATIIKKHOAUDINAMiFLOOK: : :
: : enough House, :St. Mary's, or ..
foot thick, and will split' horizontally ; some ('.\1'1'. O. (5. l DAUL1XO I: : ( : ? : ? 1- '(' It Y
l.i-13t: St. Mary's, la.! INh'Stair : (
parts look like limestone, hut whether l lor

want of salt that abound1 in !sea-shell they : -- anil Church Work 4 W. LOIIMANN'S: : <
SAW MILL, LANDtAND G
will make such strong lime 1 cannot say. ILtComfort A :SPKCIAl.TY.: : 1.- .

Thermometer 7 2. 1' M. Fish jumping continually '
"FAMOUSPrepared :
[HOniH) : WINDOW: ) FUAMKSOF! : -
; we encamped on a rocky )point j'i'r"ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE. I
.\Ll. SIKS.Pot .
near a fine swamp of 25 acres, then a marsh Onico Box 171.jant $. Flour.

of 20, near the end of an 1 island on which : Fcrnandina, Fla. '
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some pines grew, then a great rich swamp 't- -- ,/1111:: undersigned oiler f'r nlc the J I

round the cove ; a very rainy night welcomed LANDRETHS' ONLY FIVE; CENTS' "flat POUND.lllf I,
Saw Mill at IMiffou.Transit .
U*.

1oOth.. J'ainy warm morning ; thermometer 1 Hailroad,: near Fcrnundina, I.

ftl. Set out and came to n point of piney fluting largely increases iii.v BttO: Acres' of Fertile laud 17B4< SEEDS r: BEST AT OLD P. O. HUILDING.)

land hut between it and the common fast stock' of Foot-near, In both fine CMUfPttliomliymaiL I(not tlnll\n\ sour town ling\ 1 1BB1' --.. -- -.. ---- -- ..
which continues With mi UI a lalalird for CM.. I _
ground is a great swamp a aii l medium. };rn..(.!" I am enabled ingnaandPrlort Th.oU4.ttmimottfritiu great part of the cove to the mouth of the Orange! (:ro01' :200 'frees.'T'he UAVlDL.\NIjU Vrmrrrtintti. nffrd'Tlh'hoe.. I JOB lowest rates, ut the MIKKOII olllce.I .
to before customer !' =80 S.1'mL.\DA..rA.
place
m.v
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river few piney point : We landedat : -- -- ---- -
except a Mill !+ in 1 lirsl-class: order. ; A tram
the neck, which is about 8 foot above the ii terj I a rue assortment" ol road extends\ three miles. Into a fine tract ottimber. '

water, the upper strata was 2 or ."? font of Hoofs!' tutu Shoe! iiuulo b j. the )Dwelling House, Store, Hlacksmith: I ll\ll I ] PORT ANT NOTICE !
Shop, :Stables': 1IlItllJllartl'l'iI l for cmplojcs, on I
white sand covered with a thin coat of
most!' competent and skillede'orkutcn. the place. .. __- __u_
bhwk-coloured with dissolved 1 rotten leavesof
0 These hoods! werepurchased ,.i,. i'riee Very Low tar ('uNh.W .
the kalmia1"\ vaccinium", -inyrtle ,
uiulroiiied.it', palmetto, pines, and other tier ('.\SII, and are H. C. DrUYfcK: : : ,11.&rim.ILYDDAre
FIIKDV.: J IIOYT.15H "
c'ergrCl'nwhich tho' always green, yet are only exchanged! lirhe Mimecommodity.
I'Vrnamlina. rccciiiig I III II 11.11 additions!! to their already largo stock ofSPRING
mostly shedding their former year's leaves, This, will he deemed -

but next the water was a hard blackish wind ii pleasure after seeing, examining. Groceries! and I'rotisloiiM.IIAKKUS .
like a soft stone, which tho' it will crumble ---- AND SUMMER/ GOODS
and learning at what
betwixt the thumb and fingers: yet i is almost .\ \ca:.. at" FIIIENI), ,

impenetrable to water. Thermometer 7:. extremely low prices, these, Men's and Youth's
::: ANM)) CONFFATIONKUS: :!:::, Clothing,
1'. M.rr \'l'd at the head of the great lake Goods" are oliercd.y .

:20 or more miles long, oneanda half fathom (HOICK FKOM: )I.OW-PUU'KD) : ) TO FIXK: : (tI( )iS.(
:;:,- fly stock or 4..lN'l'Llall'ITIiISIIIG ,! : : 1': '1'f'
deep, and 12 miles wide, as it is commonlyreckoned
: We landed on a tine shelly bluir MOSS is, worthy (:ro..t'rlt'IaurH! and Tobaccos! lICiSS: COOUS-A full and complete stock, consisting of SUMMKIl: SILKS,

10 foot above the water; here grows red- the attention of those desiring, TOYS AND) FANCY AUTICUW.: .AMWOO LACK: IJUNTIXOS.; LAWNS.; LINKX.; : LAWNS, HAltKdKS:: : and OHKNADINKS .

cedar live-oak great palmetto, and good tine ( -- SWISS:: '1'\ t:1.1''I'A'W'I'OHIA: : ) and PKUSIAN: [ LAWNS lit low prices.

oranges, behind which is a high rich clear Weddings! Kntertainmcnt: and Ticnics, Itargains! in Siiniiiier Silks-from Filly" Cents upwards.Gents' .
furnished 1111 t hc shortest notico, at t rot'k-hol
.J marsh producing gras as high as one'lIH'ad, ;Orders left to my selection
tom prices, at Fine Furnishing* Goods a Specialty.Our .
reaching to the pine-hinds, and the cove of will receive careful and prompt AXCIKIYS: I'.AKKItY,

the great lake, which i is supposed to be the attention. Centre I Street, Improved Dollar Shirt I is the hcst, unsurpassed in lit and 'I'lulit]' .. '
i 23:S tip old I'. O. Huilding.
extent of the real tides flowing ; butastrong -. .. Bleached and llrown C'ottoiis! at Wholcsalo Prices. Fruit of Loom at

north-wind will force the water of the lake J H. PRESCOTT, i 1O cents j 1O-I Sheetings, 25 cents.

many miles! up the river, and the Hoods i, .\ coso of splendid Standard Prints"" at tt cents per yard.rtWo .

above coming down alter great rains swell 4-3m Fernaiidlna, Fla. k $ are Agents for iVLI.\: t ('(/., leading Clothiers New York City.

the river so as to overflow! banks IInllCO'l'r Spring! ; Samples) now ready ; .IN. ) styles-sixty IIf (them' from $15 to $:'J.l per Hllit.

a vast: body of reedy marsh. Kit guaranteed.Or ,

31st. Cool morning; thermometer50. wind' t-a.r ./ -A visit: to our I'stablishmi-nt. : will convince you that, while we do not sell

X. Set out, and in half a mile came to a Inferior. ioods: we are the Cheapest, Dry (oods House" from Elaine to

middling creek 2 fathom deep, and from W) .tIJ Tills I 1 :spacc'rocrvi'd'for"A. '- riorida.

to 100 yards wide, a rich island on the south- ST. d3 T. K.YD: :D a
h. NoYK-i;, (:iKOCKH 4M Sllll ClIV.MII.KU' : : ,
side hard enough for horse to walk upon, .. a ltim fl 11 who is too busy to w ih'l1nlltl\'l'l'tl.cinent. New York Olllce, }l l, II't / N.K.: Cor. ('''lItro and Thlrtlltl4.,
and pretty full of wood, as maple and ash: ; --- --- I sI:\ Wulhr1l1'I.'l'l.: } >- \( Feniamlina, Fla.

on the north-side is a great extent of clear

marsh, producing tall grass! tuwardrtime head

of the creek-branches on both :sides in the 4.arsap SANBORN & IIOYO :

marsh, many of which branches head in a .

great cypress: swamp, in the pine-imarrens and I:

i' in the adjacent marshes : We rowed or set

the battue Ifar as she could !swim, then ariHaIs
.. Cf)
came hack to the river, which is lined on ---- -- -- --- --

both sides with very rich hard swamps, 2 ort ii. i.:. oTTiiciit: ,

: miles long, and near one broad more or a compound tho virtues of Barsaparil- HAVE JUST RECEIVED I

less, producing good grass: It is remarkablethat la, btillingia mandrake, yellow dock with I: 'KUNANDINA: ) FI.OIMDA!: I ,
the iodide of potash and iron, all powerful i
nt the entrance of the river into the great anti life-sus :
blood-making:; blood-cleansing .
lake there floats prodigious; quantities: of the taining elements. It Is the purest, safest I lit:.M.Kit: IS OI I _

pistia'i, which grows in great plenty most of and most effectual alterative medicine
known or available to tho public. Tho sciences fine I'awlly Groceries'
Hail Steamer and Sail
tho way from hence to the head of the river, of medicinn and chemistry have neverproduced IJy b:1I
and is continually driving down with the so valuable remedy, nor ono so AMI 'I ::

current, and great quantities l'l all along potent to cure all diseases i resulting from
blood. It Scrofula and i
impure cures I 'I
the extensive shores of this river and its all scrofulous diseases Kryslpelas, PROVISIONS. o

islands, where it is entangled with a large Rose, or St. Anthony's Fire, Pimples I A LARGE STOCK OF :

species of water-nuunlaria. persioaria, wa and Face-grubs, Pustules, Hlotclics, h-1
Boils, Tumors, Tetter Humors,
tl'r-grass, and saxifrage,all which !oIl'lItl,1own Salt Rheum, Sculd-henil, King-worm ('uMomcrscan: rely upon getting CHOICE[ I I : ,

very long fibrous roots deep into the water Ulcers, Sores Klicumatlsiu, Mercurial r
Disease Neuralgia, Female Weaknesses (;Coups:: asXOTHIXO:
,
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which nourished growing all
by theyare and Irregularities, Jaundice, Z
matted together in such a manner a+ to :stop Affections of the Liver Dyspepsia, i

up the mouth of a large creek, so that about Emaciation and General Debility.By I HUT TIm FIXMST HltANDS : ] FUltNITUltE I '

can hardly.IJc pushed through them, tho' in its searching and cleansing! :; qualitiesit j
purges out the foul corruptions: which Z
i foot water ; these by storms are broke from I contaminate the blood and causa derange are kept in stock.
their natural beds and float down tho river ment and decay. It stimulate: and enlivens:
the vital functions and frolessioiitil' Husluess, ('ar lsv.n.
promotesenergy:
in great patches: the roots striking deep, )
strength: restores and preserves health,and ---ANDo I I
often touch the muddy bottom, and there infuses new life and vigor throughout tho J.-1-1 I
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anchor! and fasten and are ready to catch whole system. No sufferer from any disease '
and entangle those that drive down ii >oii which arises from impurity of tho :
| ( ,1'1'ICAI" l\IBIWIIANHJSE.
blood need despair who will gh'e.A'ru't MKNKUAL. : COMMISSION; MKItCIIANT: : : >
them, and all together gather mud I by the SAlbAI'\IULLA. a fair trial.It 111

daily accumulation (,which they are formed is folly to experiment with the numerous .
into i islands: which are very numerous in low-priced mixtures,of cheap materials C'STltY.ir.: ., :NK\U; : I 1C.: 1 It.: DH-OT: PQ ;

this and much enlarged by these. and without nirdiiin.ilntues, offered as
river are
blood-purifiers, while disease heroines morn
FKUNANDINA.) FLA.' O
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plants fixing on their",llIIrl'!!!. ,r now came firmly seated. ACE:(:* S.\J+A"\lIILLA is: a z
to plenty'ltr the 1 palmetto, which the inhab medicine of such 'olll.'f'lIlralt'll curative .
that it is far the last cheapest, Oats.U. :
by Corn,
lover( Hay, !
and is much eaten
ita call
its cabbage-tree,
and reliable l.iooml known. f fCf
most -}puritter : CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. !
both raw and boiled. Physicians know iu lompositiou. and proscribe
it. It has l>een widely used for forty '. I'. 11.1 l'Il N I(11'1'"

01 Kalmia an elegant' ;' evergreen flowering years*, and has won the unqualified conndeuce AUK.ST, i
shrub, bearing uinhcUof l beautiful red Mowers of millions whom It lias benefited. I WUIIUI\LJ..: .151' ItE'ri1. )

now. cultivate! in the curious Knglihgardens. : : Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., I B 1''''('J1tlt: AXD[ STOCK) DKAI.Ki: : :. I ',

.. I'rarllcal had ..Iylll'al Clieinltt, 1.r!I'
sa V ucci nlulII. ('ranberricsfonrthut larger ,
Lowell Mass. Dealer in Ice.
than the EugU: >Iz'rantxrrics.OJlyrieaceritera
Linn.pev.lh,3.: Dwarf-) sow KY ALL Uliiu<,l>>T* CVKUlWUKltK.ui.M TKNXKHS: : : : : ni-:1:1'.1: : H PKC: L\I.-n. SkNB0RN& J- Oyrl'"
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR[ : APRIL 30. .



\ I' JEFI"lmSXr .uocn"ol"" hate Ireland, the land of Burke, of curan'l I the public, security required it, on pain of-- beyond) the time I have a right to consume I G. AVURV: ',

l'ulnt't: and (rattan, was convulsed, three years imprisonment. Attic same: session to-night., After ,drafting the immortal declaration it I
Some of her (the Sedition )law .
now, by political agitation. notorious was enacted, our which
u proclaimed
i Tllf S'EFCI! Of' "F.TOR JoxF4 OF tlOIUII independence ;
and which]
most gifted sons, ) ) ThomasII.ls subjected imprisonment of two for the first time to world the
AT NEWARK, APRIL 13, OS THOMAS ]':mmet., who afterwards: won ) years and a fine of $2,000( < any person who t true foundations of all human governments, I

i JEFFERSOS'8! LIFE A.ND WORK. fame at our own bar, were banished from should write, [print, titter or publish, or cause and caused oppressed men to : AND I'.OARDINO STA11LES.CARRIAGES .
: The one hundred and thirty-eighth annivcrsary their native land. This is I the only countryin or aid, in (the same, any false, !cullcalollsall.1 the torpor! of ages of tyranny, he applied his LIVERY
I of the birth Thomas Jefferson was the world that the oppressed of all nation malicious writing or against [practical hand to the reformation of douses ( : AND WAGONS(;
i celebrated in Newark, X. 1., )'esterlla'c. can look to as a [place of refuge from opprc?- government of the United' Htatcl or either which had grown up under our colonial !sys To and) from Steamers and 'min .
f T fling by the members of the Essex.:! County; !IOI, Mr[ King, as is well known, rcpre House: of Congress or the )'re i.ent) of the tem. After 1 few months service in the Congress CONTRACTS FOR HAULING( ETC
,. Jeffersonian Democratic Club The guest of denting abroad the American school of I Iain' 1 United States, or to bring them or cither of, of the (Confederation he returned! to
!( the evening was Senator Charles. Jones, ilton and Adams, which Jefferson tore to them into contempt or disrepute ; or to excite Virginia and became a member of her legis ron SALE I ICAIL'I'S
; of Florida., : letters of regret were read from the ground, opposed the emigration of thoselibertyloving against tll'l or either or any of them lature. He left the more national and at HORSES, HUGGIES; HARNESS,
I :Senator Hayard General: )[McClellan; Governor and) high-gifted! Irishmen tithe the hatred of the good, jieoplc' of the united of central not with- .iNI) \VAGONS.frTElMS )1
tracth'efel.l aclollhut
)
I Lu low, of Xew: Jersey ; ex-Speaker Samuel United States for fear that their revolutionary States, or to Mir up sedition( in (the Fnitci'' I'purpose., He ile.\ labors so l CASht.1Ja .
l, J. Randall, ex-Senator Randolph, ex- principles might undermine the States, giving the Federal courts jurisdictionover (that they might best promote the welfare of "O1lke and titahle--first Street, near '
Ho'crnorJllllel/ : J. Tilden, H.Cox:; Monsignor [ foundations of established authority. What the press: in such cases. Acts were also titan He knew thntsolnngasthestatesys- Broom__ Street Wharf --W-tf-- j I
Doanc: Colonel John \V Forney,and think you Jefferson wOII.I have done hal passed creating a standing army and carrying tems were impure and unhealthy the Federal ,
I! others. Speeches were delivered by Judge he been Minister to the Court of :St.-; James? the eXlcnc1 the jtO\'C'rll'lt far beyond (power w.icl]. emanated from them wout bein .

: Finley A. JolinsonVtn..S. Righter, Will.'f Can any man doubt what his course wonli the people. Then came a He wanted ( an I II II I
Patterson, (ox-mcmbcr of Congress ; GeorgeS. ]have been as: the creator of JcfTcrsonian DCinocraey direct taxes and excises, all l these proving example in Virginia which would be followed I I II

Duryce, Judge 1W. :Stevens-; T. II. Tee!!e ? lie would have done what he IlIs\tdellt. to meet current expenditures, by the other colonies, and he did. GET THE BEST. I
t t Iand Dr. M. H. 0 l. Vail. Senator Jones responded did in f'rance-npcnc.1 not only the portalof I 01 resorted to. All the monarchists His first attack was the laws 1i 1
r his but of his: own great heart to and aristocrats of the great upon i
4 l as follows to the toast, "Jefferson! country Devolution gatherC',1alul.1 the descent of real property He
w Ian every man who, by speech or blow, IU.I ren the administration. These men werejoined governing UNABRIOCWEBSTE "gJIED/TION } a a ,
I Democracy) : True Fidelity to the Iter71all'rIIlClplc.'I : set to work to destroy forever (that of i
I 8\'stel
tiered service in of the
the cause oppressedIICOPIC by the Tories, whose sufferings during

Truth
of Justice and
: : j'OppLfMfNT ii
primogenture( and entails which kept DICTIONAq .
of Europe: the war for made them / )< i
\ t t"> GENTLEMEN: : It would) be .dilllcult formeto illepldence land which (!od intended for (the benefit of
!\ l give )you any adequate<< expression: of the Macaulay has told us III the language of the inveterate (': )rincll:. Thigreat < the human race tied, up in thchalldofafl'w 1
combination
1 1 ,i feelings which nt this: moment animate my burning eloquence that John Iliinynn and, llck.1 J national. : families! to the exclusion of the body)' of the
j bank, the Alien and laws standing intend to
a some day get
heart. The occasion which! He this work I you
to- people.
;, brings' us John Milton were the only' two men who and accomplished great
>1 4 gl'ther-the name of the I immortal man gave existence to great thoughts durinj' lnn" I willing.wHean'. was insolent II despite: ), the most bitter and powerful opposition WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED
overbearing. Democrats
i, ;. : !l whose birth we are assembled to commemorate the century in which any they ] And I all in his own state from the favored class ,
t I : i -the undying principles! of government say it hero to-night in the presence abore'1 of this show(then called HI'publllIs)places could at the!scarcely; which was wedded, to the English system, "DO IT NOW."
I I l' which he has left in an inheritance to all cultivated and selected audience, that to ital thefI'1'I'i insulted cap: lie next directed his attention to the vital
;: tJ t : it -A succeeding<<; generations of men, not only in Thomas Jefl'erson more than to any fan Mr. Icllg. No person, questions of religious freedom. He found TIE NEW EDITION
Fi r 1 :t.t i I America but in all parts of the world-the the world ever produced, are mankind nil says the of "who11 lot 1 witlleisof the church and, state in Virginia united by Contains 118,000 Words
over
f 7 scenes gloomy period' can ,
; iJ unselfish /\Ilfllle\'otion which he tlat of laws existed in
s I ] fidelity exhibited over the universe indebted for the freedomboth idea of as compact I system as
t t'; t in the cause of human freedom and religious which they nuty furl any afllicting ]persecutions" England He boldly proclaimed to (the world 1928 Pages, 3000 Engravings,
to.' .' t.t >> :''; a 1 for the benefit of mankind-the grand and enjoy. Hut un.II'olitcal. cxperi and indignities we had to stiller. that it was no part of the business: of govern- Four Pages Colored Plates,
', '\ I 'a:, ,; glorious results: which have followed ]his men t of free government would have gone The JclTcrsioniim Democracy, realizing the meat to interfere between man and his Crca-
4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings
Est jo : i great exertions in behalf oppressed men down in the very generation which originatec true nature of the conflict, prepared to meet tor. Virginia, in 1780, underlie inspiration ,
# ;i j V' here and everywhere, all go to swell and it. When he returned from France with his: it. They inscribed, upon their banners the of Jefferson, did that which Gladstone accomplished Biographical
Dictonar
( "f' 1.\\' magnify this: occasion mi far beyond. ) the proportions soul filled with the )loftiest conceptions of principles\ of their great leader-that all men n 1 in Jr'lan.ln few and of 9700 .
:: i : : ] of an ordinary festive meeting that to take his place Washington's \ al associations ore free and equal ; for which he received such great credit. The over
IE; :t )l'j ;i ? my {poor, weak mind approaches! discussion : cabinet free.tol, he found that the minions of power that governments ought to exist only for the dissenting and') other sects were relieved from Tho DietioiiRiy.1 l'nutiful" and complete Eng-fH JLHa.s

&'.', t t MS of his claims to the gratitude of the human and prerogatives( : were at work trying to subvert benefit of the people, and that the greatest all pisabilities under the old laws, and the 3000 Engravings,
f:. :, r race with a consciousness! of feeblenessand : and destroy the great principles of pub blessings under them ought to be enjoyed pampered ministers of the state, no longerfed as many ns any nlarlythrPAH
I incapacity that no other subject! could lie liberty which ]he l had labored for years t to by the greatest number: that all public authority fromithe public crib of the people, were school and family should have it
'. create. Oh, gentlemen, you C'ol1ll\lt.lmngllle establish. This great republic, upon which is a great: public trust, confided to at last compelled to serve God in 1 spirit ofhumility Every reference. E
'
; f r" i' what a world of thought you have stirred was centred the hopes ot oppressed men allover the !servants of the people for their own benefit and without the appendages of GET THE STANDARD.
r l !If', I :' within me by requesting me to "speak' to the the world, baa just been launched ont and that no restriction should be put wealth and power. Horn as he was in the of Webster's is over 20 times the .'
p,f. ; name of Thomas: Jefferson ; that name which among the nations of the earth. Our present upon tho rights of the citizen beyond whatis midst of humal slavery, the tllrortllater Salt of any other series of Dictionaries. S '

of from the time my youthful eyes first openedon ) constitution: had gone into operation. The 1 absolutely necessary: for the protection of an not escape his: attention or_go The highest authority of tho Courts in T .
'.'I .f the history of patriots and public benefactors immortal Washington was at the head ofthe society; that the .\lel and Hl'fliton laws: without his sympathy. We are told, by h .-Chief Justice Waite.AQ '

i : "' ...' : filled me with an admiration and a government, and he called around him and the whole {programme; 1 }(Ilcrul! authority (that t the/ first 111 he ever introduced almost the meaning universal of authority words. deciding A ,

r I ''l"'I$ w wa love which advancing years have only In a! advisers the best men in the country Aomillitrton in IIgmllt'Iolatollof intoa legislative: was in 1709, all other Dictionary has been bought by
&' ., \ r'ret\'iCllon.llItclIille.1. Who was this man Alexander 1 was at the head] of the of IHI was to eJpn\I'r the owners It'slaves with No any State to supply its Schools. N
i and what the foundation. of his immortality ? Treasury, Halllit.on was Secretary of that it was the duty of every liberty-loving' authority set them free by will. After which nine-tenths of tho
r
J\ Why I is: it that nearly every day we witness: War, Edmund Randolph Attorney-flcneral man to resist them in every way compatible thiirteeu years: of exertion lie finally IIl'coll. Dictionary of the country are based. D
it I ,- his grateful countrymen rising"up and rendering and fortunately for tlie/ country and theworld with law and order. The time for the I'l:111.III great and guoc purpose. He it Authority in tho Government
1ft ),I public homage to his memory ? He Thomas Jefferson was: made: final contest: ('1\11'. The Democrats (for thatis that at slavery I'xllt. Washington. Jan. Printing
':i : }, lived at a time when other great minds illuminated State. Nearly eight of '('I'I'rln'of ; their right name) put Jefferson at (the head. ed everywhere on this contlncnt Xo'colony Recommended by Stato Supt's Schools in R
1 }$ this: continent. He was the contemporary sickly administration under years the articles of of their ticket. I need not recur to the complications was witlout. i, and 01 compelled and 50 College lrcs't:
I i i of Adams and!Hamilton and) nth confederation 'filled the minds: of many ( attending the election of 1101! (' day to listen to imputations Dictionary that has been schools placed D
in U.S.
'I ; I ; t ers'; equally di.sllnguishcd, who have left be! with doubts and fears The constitution different then and )ults directed again thleltlol from public
-: hind! more ponderous volumes than he did. respecting thoughtfnllcn tho success grave: of popular what i is I now respecting presidential elec which I come bccau it bad, the misfortune IS IT NOT THE STANDARD? \
i Why is: it, I ask you,that while the thoughts; himself has[ told )government. us (that tinny The votes were not cast as they are -(and I it was the greatest misfortune: Published by C.&C.MERRIAM Springfield,Moss.
i and, principles Jefferson liavu burned! into upon Jcfl'rOl: in Xew York ho found everywhere now for President and Vice-I'tesident 1Ii'l11"lilll.t that ever besell a pcuple-t0) have had the Also Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary.

j 1,11 J the souls of men and,I are constantly! recurred nothing Irrh'ul! but expression of doubt' respecting \t'rll. The person having t the institution_ of.slavery I I'lantl'l.thl.r, (..,. I cannot 1040 Pages Octavo. 600 Engravings.
I 1'.1; :
i to as the true foundation of popular .ul I.e n.,1
I I merit, t the works of t the others"are only governit the- 1 : tie IlIl''Ii a great! : ot popular crisis in gn our V'ri history.11'11 t. t the i : I ;;;t1t1ICGcrson;; ; 'I I highest I ';number,;i:: represented forget! mac in the in til'public very councils states mat by men are

i\\ t 1;l study of, tho learned and the curious, and' ': crynuInCber)of the cabinet except Jefferson Vice-l resuhlei: / and IJurrwerc the who, insult: the South because she tolerated:
1 arc sellout mentioned before the public was under the influence of Hamilton, Democratic (.alli,Lutes, They swept the slavery, the Most cruel African bondage, once
1.' without a blush or an apologyVhy is i it and it was believed that the President, himself Federalists: from the lil'll Hut, although on existed Hut I am not here to indulge/ (' in 'TIII: 1.11.'nl:I.I.II.'III:S.
'i r." that tho youthful student of free principles! relied upon the chief of the Jrcasury the same; ticket, they had an equal number I'rllllillationi, but to !speak of great public,
and of {popular rights, when looking around 1 than any lore one else. Many there of votes in the electoral college. This threw virtues. THE: TIMES FOR Isvl 1
iE' I him something authoritative 1\lIIIIC'arlll',1 who expected{ that after the achievement Wl'rl of the l'h'dinl into the House: of Hl'ln'I'uta. Jefferson was far ahead of the great men Tlie TilI'l will enter the New YI'a' with a
I to exemplify I\IJtlmakl' plain his own innateand independence unbounded : would tives llurr, false as he /had ever" of his IlaallJ generation.; Ixiok at bis orig larger circle of regular readers than it I had at .
\ I' natural} conceptions of true liberty' iscompelled :I spring up all over the prosperity In (this they science and dirty, and 1 knowing as Ill did IlInlllraft of the Declaration/ of Independence } any'lre\luu, period' of its history, and the
1 l to t go to tho shrine of him w'hosc were mistaken, The lall was: they that the people never !intended him to be in which he intended tolir'e a thunderbolt inil events ot tin jiext year must .
I'I'I.'' honored dust is commingled I / I with that of bl.i !I case. The country was very exhausted n'\'cro by the President, sought t to supplant t Jefferson and! of eloquence and :- the steadily: enlarge field, of independentjournalism. '
I fathers, in the loll of the Hluo Ridge .Moun great revolutionary war, and it, required n'l'h.the first oflice by the, aid, of (the 1"ederulisty. Hritish! King because ho upheld the infamous : I
i 1 f talus ? years of repose and peaceful 1 industry: t) no t Hut the'latl'r found they could not trme in human flesh: and lloul., by, A new ailmini.-tratioti will he Ilallgllr'lli;
1 I 4 (ientlcmen the explanation Is plain The, what tho form of government, to elect him IIlfl thl'lI.tll'l'I'II'h':1: to something innocent men were l'rull ).: 1 new political occasions: : will create new, political t,
of mater like the same means which successors native land. l lie duties ; the great commercial and industrial
'i real /friends: the people are Jew ; the laborers back any of the tll.ir frollhlr : passage:
I l'oni derhlu'porto I : employed in 1S7 in the vineyards ot tlltIt''IIClIIlcl'! are nu wasted values: which 1'1'CI away ( trlll- fnl country)
pled in the dust: the voice of the'people. Itwas progress and, thrift in all sections' and
IICrOlI1.'hl'lI this: extraordinary man canon e by thc tide of battle. But, gentlemen, the "tic has waged/ cruel war against: humannature
I the stage of I'ullliIICtiOIl I the world \\'as I most instructive fact to remember in (' : proposed: to (treat the 1.1'I.tOI (is a 11ullity itself: violating its most sacred, rights: the tl'1111'ICof political power! will be to i
01.Il'ctOI
r enveloped by a cloud of political darkness! with this: part of our history l is that l'a:11 I law in olljH':: 111 give the of life and, liberty (in the persons of a distant( wlrd and despotism, as: it ever is 1
The best minds and I talents in existence ofl'ice to either \ : Hut theDemocratic who offended I Whl'l the people arc diverted from the '
: : : gave :of t tho constant danger \ which .1or Iar-hall people never him captivating :tl'rl .
t themselves: up 1 to the t+work of slavish adulation systems like ours are exposed! from the I spirit of that wai not so them and carrying them into :slavery in another l'riid:1 of t authority l II y i peace and {plenty. I '1
at the feet of kings lI\llII'ml'l'rol'S., Much( and ambition of those who have no sympathy I'raf talc as to :ubllli to such a-i infamy. ,f.f. lieniixpliere, or to TilH's wi he fn the future as it has: I
progress; : had been made in time in thedevelonmcnt with the peoiile.' No Ole who has read f"111 was 01 the ground, lCti'c11 death in their transportation thither. This: hl'el in the : absolutely independent of .-
1 of the exact and useful: .sciences.Literature the history of that\ period can deny t hnt.tl'rc el'II.-t: piratical warfare, the opprobrium of infidel political parties, but earnestly and fearlessly ,
t ( :' also had its: distinguished: votaries. were many 11 who stood high with (In a letter to )Ir. Madison he said! : "Till powers, is the warfare; of the ('finxtlnn Kingof devoted to integrity and patriotism: in our )1

But in the midit of all this progressand til and some of thl'l high in the Federalists: appear determined to prevent an Great; Britain Determined to keep open a statesmanship: to the fn'l'llollnd sanctity
of the
enlightenment; the !great majority of the government who favored 1 the destruction of election and pass a bill giving the government market whl'ret should be bought and ( ballot. Dependent party organs
f. human race were trampled in the dust: beneath our popular !!Yh'l and (the substitution of 1 to Mr.( Jay as chief- lil'tr Marshall[ sold, he has prostituted, his negative for suppressing will cOlltl1 to l babble about t {party men cm1party .
i c the heel of the most: ('rlll'11Ieo: j 1 -j I Every: book 1\llIll'lImph"'t' that saw the light after the l uropean model which nad l'l'l le'rlor t single I change of vote.If tOI'I'1 t: II I of day was either conceived in the abject 1 prolific I of so much sull'ering all misery: (they lut could produced have 1 passed: 11 law for, putting t that this :assemblage of horrors might want and to I ]lavish the Il'glllahllllrl-e, I : of the servant '
: spirit of I passive obedience or dedicated to all over the world The distress which the into the hands of an officer no fact distinguished: die, be is now exciting to the master ; the growing intelligence
i i ) l'' some royal upstart\ The laboring masses, : :: of allHctcd the people. and which was the inevitable they government would have certainly prevented an those: very people to raise in arms among of the age daily multiplies I the readers
Europe: were starving and 1 half naked, while result protrlltl.t war was used usan lint we tltoiujlit It best to ([('d'lfl oprn us and to purchase that liberty of which he of the independent newspapcraud thl'jour,1
I. I tho products: of their hands were appropriated -argument against: right of mal to ly l'lclinll.ld Jifuilit. one and fir day such tin oct has deprived thl'l by murdering the people pals which best rlll".t the rapid! 'v-increasing: ':t
maintain the most: vicious: system of govern hlm-lt: and by ml'l who had fought paired the Middle &t< al arm, roll tlmt on whol he has obtruded,1 them ; thus pay independence of til people} will thegreat y
\ I prolligacy debauchery and extravagance on in the f'\'olllll. not so much for real liberty such ri'ri/w'oli linyle' day, ing off former crimes committed against: (liellrrliea American journals:ot the future 1
the part of the higher classes: tho world ever as Il'PU independence. These I If/I tulmltted Ilr/ltill.to. This tf loul tht of the people with ('rhl' which lie The Tiiuei unln\ reach the highest: standard .
alt
,<'' saw When Jefferson went to France in August advocates of strong government, hltla,1If Democracy saved (the government Iletcrlllillatnl 111 the charges th1 to commit against the lil'1 of of the independent{ II'Wllal'r. It fearlessly .j
I list, as Minister( to the Court of Louis: hoiuMtly pointing out the true cause of existing country at that hum the humiliating another. opposes : in all .,
; I rJ XVI., be did not, after the fa-hion of ordinary t evils l and reconciling the people to spectacle which 111) witnessed: -a That language can bo read to-day in .his parties, whether i i in city" state or 1 nation. IttllgkseS ,"
diplomats conIIno himself i to t the business : them, made thl'll pretext 'for diminishing III (the executive olllce of this great country mal tve'll-known handwriting. Hut it ,Ii.1 not domination: every form of imperial I political t '}
t I f.,, !: of eating; fine dinners and bowing before the authority of the masses and !!'l'lrthclI- who was never elected by the people., Jefferson net into the Declaration of Independence.The div whether represented by an in. c.';
I 1'1 a haughty lIuhilit)'. Animated by the ing the itowers of government. 11t, assumed the of President: and Continental (Congress voted it down IIII, by; a faction or by 1 party. I op I' ;,
I broadest spirit' of human sympathy and God, this was exposed power poses: sectionalism North and South the I
: prj'.l Ilisl'o\'rl..l. then followed I. during his eight 'ea"of glorious because t the deep prejudices of that day ran demon of the- IS
f'; I : brotherhood, which knows no bounds but and fru The watchful care of the service, the grandest: and wisest i of ail- too strongly against the negro. It might be I lie Republic' and i demands pub
what are limited by human and! sufferings which had aid carried trl\lIiih') and the of liberty
}i": misery Almighty, guarded ministration affairs (this country' oversaw. interesting: to some people now to supremacy
he sought at the earliest to inform tho the ordeal of the ot T'\llillt 1111w every of the fnion.
-I I. i I : day through fiery i The Alien ,..litiln.law:! were repealed, see how the that question. The Times
I j' himself: in regard to the true condition; 11')110 them counselor and throbbing will 1 begin the New Year
n I \ gave to a the )' was : the (taxes and excises Hut with my heart in unison with ( ,
and wl\nt'lof: the |eople. He traveled in tC I tlc who stood almost alone on the were army :,1-hawh..l.ew j judiciary system the brnII"tt sentiments of national unity i trt'lIgtlln'dlll all of its already exceptionably .

), disguise all over that country, sleeping and '!! of public frC'I'lul. with flaming created uloll-h''I.'' ,' t u in order to put and, fraternity, I shall contril ute-tlothllg to; War strongdepurtliicnts.will be IsllIal1 of the
I eating with the {peasantry, and he has sword in hand, to beat hack the iiiMdi- partisan[ judges: for life:over Democratic freemen I- the cause of sectional hate. I cannot, in an with cOlthmc,111( \(' ,
I : left on record the result of his observations.: Otis: enemies: who sought to subvert and destroy was pulled I to the ground, and this: ahrt'l1 like (this, do more than touch u few in :1tt'iI Ilh'rttllr extracts therefrom f'

iF Whie the gay C-liull\llli! court were riot the dhltl of true jwpular ln'rn.Jl'1 great |npu ar ).:government, under the guid- I outlines in the great character of HiS! to this IIII!! thl'l'olltri""tol'Sof
found able-bodied t. I I necessary: for me to add that ante of the master spirit Jl.tf.r\l was set Thomas Jelfcron. As I said in the outset, be from hUI'rlalt li'nturl. of( tleIpcr\ :a
t men working 1 whole year for $7.75, and that wltdllal was the immortal Jefferson, In the line of its proper di reel to suhl"r'cthe I. whl'l he (entered upon the "t:11 of public wil civilians of the: ,, 1 !!
North
grown women for half that sums lie found fortlllllt' birth we this night celebrate great object of its institution. how action he found his country" indeed (the large ]list of and Smth. IN t
t families living on the meat fllrnl-he: by 1 ? _\111 when I contemplate the iappy! it would have h1 for (this people if world benighted and To his: contributors in this and in for
coltmitrleswill
olllrl..l. hl'mor,
single hog for a whole year it1, lofty disinterestedness and devotion to the the I and r spirit of this great patriot exertions: more than to any other its eight reliable '(than maintained :
i u :\1 hues is half wheat and half rye made Jieople' which he displayed at this juncture ,' prillcph'h\o to control to the pres- man, or set of \1tII, this country ami mankind IC'urn'l'ondl'lt'l'. I is unsurpassed ,''
i once in three or four lie's to prevent too olr hNtory-when, instead of combating cut till cOltll.1. : of our government stand indebted for tho measure of nay by any) other journal of the u
great tf consumption. urgelhis friendLafayette foreign despots and tyrants, he was engaged Hit let us not complain after all ional fn'l'llol which they now enjoy. The to country ; its various departments essential a:d
to look into the condition of the in from domestic enemies the a complete} newspaper for the home '
clutching precious that has been and while we effect of his teachings > was to break down circle ant
people, but he would not Ho heard the advance jewel dour Ibl'rt-IIi'1 t that I could ire compelled IcuJt-h1 great fabric and destroy every barrier and obstacle that fresh family are constantly enlivened >
mutterings of the great revolution go to his lonely grn'tIthe of tho ItlueRidge.andin of Crl..lo"has long since been forced from stood between man und the enjoyment of lout writers has ant will maintain the ilost-
which Colowll. and, stranger as he was to the Iresencoof his sacred dust the orbit in which Jefferson left it, i I is yet1lcrntitlel tl greater Measure: of human liberty. He of I most\on reliable IoldIn its merits, as one
France" 1''mcl to bo the only statesman otter up my' thanks to Heaven that so greata us to labor for a partial not a his country after forty or more years of of the world and (complete lIwspa-
of the time who ultl'rtOI the real cause public benefactor was given to this people.As recognition of the principles which be oublic service, in a condition to merit the pens TERMS
which IlrlueCII.( I principles:of Jefferson long Washington remained at the ful left oj an inheritance to the Dl'lill. I.Ul1it '\' I ipplication of the noble words of a great twelve : nuL\-lcln'ret by carriers, for
pr\'uIClt II } \ the r persons head of the government the enemies of the of-the State Let us also; remember :- lrish! orator: "Isj>eak in the of the I. dollars cents t (( ; MX I
i the owers of government Jetfersonian sltel were unable to carry that while other {political organi- .\merllal law which makes liberty\ commensurate free.a year, or fifty cents u month 'postage .
i P had discharged their great trusts by into effect all their schemes of power andcentralization rations have risen and disappeared from with and inseparable from Hl"XI\\ tfi.mox-Double: Meet
two I'c
studying the wants of the people at largeand His lofty and Ben'll character into to time LI'aus there were no I ian soil, which proclaims: to the \1el four Ilular a year, postage: fn't; single cOl'il
,, {providing! for their interests and welfare !. t quieted for n time that o settled principles them, that the 1111 the t sojourner that the he WKEKLY-I'ubliM.ed every :Sat
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ii it I is probable that the lust days of tho were forming as the government advanced.Hut Democratic party-1lhilt{party of Jdfl'rm1111 his foot American ground foment upon It urday moring. two dollars a "'year; five
copies,
eighteenth i century y' wIllt not have witmv !M)1 the crisis came. John Adams succeeded be ('ulI yet the same in principle which he walks 1 is holy and consecrated to $2.s. \n 00; ten copies, $15; twenty copies ft
I r .l the crimes of l'I'lturlesu\'lIgl"l, to the Presidency. JetlVrson. no long- and pnrPeMC ttJiun-is it was formed by its the genius of universal of club,extrtcopysvntfreetotbegettcrup
t if not blotted out, by t deluge bllMI, l li er r'tnLluct by \'t'llratl')1 for the Father great founder. It is true, we are oftencharged I mater not in what emal1lption.I Address a
I' like of which was never before seen in the Country, made hlMal,1 OII'I war with being lV>url>ons-1 commonxprtMou bn it matters not with THE: TIMES, 6'

i world upon the ,hltrll of the new, administration. with those who are ever ready to I what complexion prlWUlr" with freedom __ l'blltllplial-a.! _
I have referred at this time to Jefferson's Then for the tnt time tlC people of their farm with every little fluctuation I an Indian or an African sun may have TRY THE:
life in France because it is not M familiar this country were by distinct {part >hi opinion that takes l place among a (Hirtion I''I burned! u|>on him ; it matters not in what
''r to our {people as that part of his career which I'le.a division which, with many changes ot the pc.pU\\ and while they impute to us disastrous battle the helm of his liberty NEW YORK OBSERVER
was confined to his own country)', and more ll' and laml has Cltinul.l to the an unwillingness to learn nn 'thln show ', hn't been cloven down ; it matter not with ,
I t strongly Indicates his great love for the 1\ present time, UII, ..mtiilc us long us every day' bv their own conduct that all what solemnities be may have been devotedupon THIS YKAR.
pie than any.other part of his historv. In our governnientlasts, Then it was that Jefferson heir know ledge does for them is to produce i the altar of slavery and oppression ; -
'strange contrast to his( brood and lil>eral J'mI'rol'V a ul".l distinct fll that i"n of mind which i the moment he touches the oil made free "" L.wrU'T ... BEST
r views of government and Fir love for !liberty and l1ptl; to the heresy, of auses ullh.1ll'Olfl !lrl their by I hJttf.TJ. the altar and the false god sink l'HJR IX .X/ JtJILr
F and liberty-loving men were the urton. of Federalism, The first hession of t'unn'lndt heir darkne"and imagine themselves together in the dust-his body swells l beyondthe TlI JOILY
( twine of the public characters sothoroughly the Adams administration brought fllUt whenever they are |,rpexed.! ." tm'l measure of chains, which bunt from J&- Semi for Sample
.) life the act, whichentIloweretl de around hint and he stand (011)-l"rel,1
+k opjwsod in his ythe Federal lutrlrlllen tllmln. if I Wt'r t attempt to eril> rtI''ItI. regenerated -

... narty. When RufusKinjrJuiidcr the elder | l'f'hh'lt ,' any aliento you the great lawn of J\ftNn and and dUenthralled by the irresistible XKW: YORK OIWIRVII: : I.1it I.
1 Adams, was Minister. to E: gland, uufortu- I leave the country when lie deemed that arty he "r'tt'it would carry me very far I (genius$ of universal freedom." :37I'arkR..x. New York.,

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Tilt: CASTOK ItEAX.People direction, or has been lost sight of by them. Pert IlizcrS. 1880. 1881.

In this section are desirous of getting There are two efficient causes for the spoilIng -
information about the culture of the of I' and unless one or both of these! UOITM/ > A- ('O.'SjtY'
are IIvoitlC'l\\, we cannot hope for success.: The
castor oil bean They would: i'' know where seed is:: to be had, and at what first: I is, exposed to n high t temperature, and ......... ......... ................................ ..............,
price. Will not favor us with the information the other is, access of air. It may bo safelyatllrmcd : :
you
that at a temperature below :32 degrees I'EitTJIaIZElt..Pr i THE
desired through the columns: of i Z i ,

the Aeunopolia Registerf" J. n. KOHEKTSON.Alii. bodies,nearly while all very change few organic ceases in substanceswill organic .....,......... .............................,..............,.....

bear continual exposure to a temperature .
g r, We have had a good deal of experience above W degrees. The freezing 'point I is KS:; TIIK: 11KSTrillUNO :
with the castor: bean (lfcini+ commnnit) as a rather too low for the preservation of eggs in

main crop, and therefore feel prepared togive good condition, as freezing affects the tlavorunfavorably for .FALL. OAUDI'.NS-it) : :: being
you the information desired without ; but if we desire to preserveeggs JL not only a perfect plant food, but will .
hesitation. Within (the few weeks
past a in the best must keep them
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J manner we keep all insects: at a respectful distance.For .
-' number of Ictters have reached us asking 1'001-.1\ at temperature below .V()) degrees, sale in any quantity, large or small,
for information very enclosed similar to that asked! if possible, a temperature which I is frequently and country orders delivered F15F.K: 01\ FLORIDA MIRROR
ilu by :you. Several slips cut from maintained in good cellars.! :' Hut it boats or cars Vegetable growers, THY IT.
./ newspapers;! showing that some l'l'rsullH'( will be of no use to place the eggs in a cool r.on.i} & co.,
could not make out who) bad, been writing cellar if they have been previously exposedfor Ot 3m 8 "'. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
up the castor bean as a most wnlHII'rfull'rop. hours to temperature of over W degrees. .
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According to the !slipssent the man who embarked .
,, in the business of castor:' been raising The collection of eggs must, therefore, in J. \. KOIISOX: 4V SOX.
bad already truck oil" on his farm, the first attention Those
place, engage our ,
y:; as the crop would grow to the greatest: : perfection who raise poultry, and especially: those who .---- R

on the poorest: soil, yielding enormously keep fowls for the sake of their eggs; I commita -l I Commission' ) C'hU"I".J-" .
and commanding an enormous '
great error when they fail to remove from h
price. Of course there would be some till; in .
birds
their those that inclined to -
are
yards :
the case, but it must be remembered that set, and which., consequently, take every opportunity CHAKLKSTOX::: S. t'., ==SITE A..lV.(=.: =
there are m\IIY" oil strikes": that do not of warming the eggs in the nests.If : .
the working. We have our candid opinion
pay will attempt to preserve eggs that
anyone ( themselves: strictly to their
as to whether or not this would be a"strike" have been subjected to the hatching processfor CONFIN1NO :
: lIt.I'l': : of that character, in of the
any one or two days, he will discover the til.
lower wouthern.tates | but there will) be no force of this: .tateument.
k 5" "rr necessity for our crossing: : the views: of anyh' Kohler, of Ocrnuiny, an extensive poultry
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? brother in the "quill-driving" business: : raiser, who "thousands of c'gnywithout Ii. )
t. ter we have given you the facts and figures: scarcely preserves ever losing one, has given the ([( I' I', It'1'11.1lIItti.: J) iIII
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which we !shall now proceed to do-you -
following rules for securing favorable results --
then he able to judge for yourself.In : : tto :
the first place, the land to produce a 1. The nest must: i be put in acool position.' This business: : has been our :special( t bail: '
good crop of castor beans, must be in the 2. The fowls I that show a tendency to :set, for over IWl'nh"I'lIfI, and \\ hu\e endeavoreil .
I best: of order, and very rich. On account of must be removed at once, and placed\ in :separate to furnish: our' I planting friends a PIMll >, .! 1
often !seeing castor beans! growing here and I inclosnres until this propensity has AUT1CLK( and their continued patronage is
there about the counuons.suulepersunsm:' maybe I left them our best: illlllIr: surprised at this: but there is no mistake 3. If many: hen: be confined in the sameinclosiire ill orders for all l kinds of Fcrtili/ers: together s.mpiwT
a about it. You mav raise pretty fair stalks I : of use the same nests: for laying with our Cotton! and Corn Fertilizer amid i iJi
on land in but middling! order, but it takes be removed t'OI11HIIIIll'i,1 Phosphate.J. .
their eggs! : the eggs!, ought! to }
y *; T A//-om/land/ make beans. The crop wants from the nests: several times a day. X. \KOHSON:; ,t SON,
about the !same kind of soil and. t the same 1. The eggs! ought to be assorted: accordingto (Iii t> Charleston: S. C. Ji III W

kind of richness! necessary: to time production,' age, and preserved: in boxes with the covers -- -- w hi
of 1ti t-da'ls crop of tobacco. Like tobacco partially open These: boxes must be o

it is a potash plant, and hence will not kept in a cool, airy, and perfectly dry place. II. J. 1AKEK, fc JJltO.l1. .
fruit well upon \' soil in which a goodly 5. At the commencement of winter, the :,; .Tz
percent, of potash' is not present. A :soil store of eggs is placed in some room that i is
qualified to produce sixty bushels of corn to not heated I by lire, but that is, at the same 3H
the acre may be depended upon to produce time from frost.
thoroughly protected .') 1'10\: tal STKKUT: NKW: YORK: I
from twenty to thirty bushels: ot castor (n i. The packages are so arranged that the : .
beans-no more. And now for the culture. oldest may be used I at first.Kggs 4)
Prepare the land thoroughly, as:' for cotton J treated according to these rules do -
or corn. Lay oil in rows five feet apart and not acquire the peculiar taste: which is generally :Manufacturers of -
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cross-check with furrows four apart,
the! result: of the receipts in voguepreserving fore s
When all danger: of frost is over plant from eggs.TIII.
four to six seeds to the I'hl'ekIll cover the
1 same as in planting core Cultivateexactly --III.alltJ.\: n'I'II.IZIItS.-: i-.
.; as corn, working both ways ; thin to three : FIELJ 1'EA.
in the (hill when the plants are fully estab General Wm. :\[. Browne, of Georgia, in his
lished. When the plants are hip high throw late address before the agricultural society of

the dirt to thl'lIIl1nd lay by, the cron.' so the state, remarked that next to sheep, the I ..
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1 a (far as the working is:: concerned. If you have greatest renovator of the :soil was Held peas. BOOK A.N"D

geese or hogs, you may turn them into the Planting, as we generally do, corn after
field to help keep down the grass-they will ,, cotton, null small grain of sonic kind, usually *'-------tm "
not trouble the castor beans. Some farmers oats, after corn, and repeating this rotation :."'1" OIt\Nca'r: ).C
take out lower rails here and there around : year after year, the inevitable result,
their fences to let in anybody's hogs or geese after a few years, is the exhaustion of the -1 --- TICKK ---- -
that may feel disposed to avail themselves of land. The pea is:: the remedy. It restores to
the opportunity offered. Hilt it won't do to the soil the nourishing elements of which it ;?.cr.1IANI11tE: ..r.
let in either horses or cattle, for the pods of has been despoiled, and if the rotation be ------to
the beans arc poisonous, and horses or cattle from grain to cotton and from cotton to
will sometimes: them just: us they are peas' the uipply of the necessary elements

attaining to ripeness.: : So eaten they always can be fully maintained. I ha\'c'lril'll this: A Most: Superior Article, tinder our own JOB PRINTING HOUSE
year the process recommended! by Ur. lluvencl ,
kill.About the first of August the harvest -peas and the ash 'le\1lt'nt-a\ll1 will report Special I Formula.

would commence in your latitude, and tho result when ascertained. Peas as a .
would continue till frost killed the plants. rcmiovatorof soil from which u small grain ( "

r The usual mode of harvesting: is to drive crop has been taken, should be sown as soon
t down the five-feet rows with u horse or as possible' after the crop has: been removed ; .
mule and narrow sled. A large dry goods boxis but if sown on land planted' in cotton the
upon the sled for a body, and a muzzle is previous: year, April{ or May is the best: time.
attached to the mimi:-o of the mule to preventhis If sown then, they may be' ploughed' underin lam COMPLETE MANURES
committing suicide, likewise a small boy, June, and after allowing sutficicnt time
r for the purpose of leading him. Two men to elapse! say ten days: or two I weeks, to Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
each: taking two rows, walk on cither side of allow the vines: to decompose pal'tiallun..
the sled, cutting the ripe bunches of beans other crop' may be sown, which may be Foil KVKKY: : P.\KM Cram, ,
with! knife and throwing them into the either ploughed under in the fall or allowedto
box. When a pod or so upon a bunch "lias lie upon the ground. I do not know of

cracked. sutliciently to show a white streak' any better forage crop for stock of aU kinds Prepared on scientificprinciples I i to supplj' '! '
that bunch is considered ripe and ready for than pea hay properly cured and properly
cutting. In this way the entire patch must prepared for stock food ; and even where the I the exact plant follllllir each crop, so as"

be gone over twice week between the beginning hay is cut, only leaving the roots to fertilizethe 1 to produce large yields. per acre
and the end of the harvest. soil, great improvement reult"'hcre:
A "thrashing lloor'' l is made I by cleaningoff peas are sown for the )purpose of hay, it is: FERNANBINA ELOBIDA.
the !bare ground and beating it to hardness desirable: I think, to mix with them corn or -. -
in some place having; a full exposure to rnidet. These give support to the trailing ALSO. I>.:"--I'HS IS

the sun. It must be at least! forty feet in pea vines and' improve the quality of the

circumference. Upon this the bunches are hay." PlilMK: : : AWtiaiLTUKAL! : CHKMICALS' ; .
spread to dry and as they dry the pods fly '.
open and the beans fly out, all from the THE JSlIlltS. a; ': -':. .
effect( of the hot sun. There! is no other way The Southern farmer and J'lnnter says it is: S1ILPHATK: 111110\I.\. .
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of thrashing: castor beans. Boards must be estimated that insects injure the crops' of the ---r.. a- a.. ,
set up all around the thrashing flour, form- United States to the value of $lOIcHlOO, ) an- ,
ing a temporary wall leaning outward, to rurally and it is: believed that much of the ACID PirosPHATKS:; ; ,
catch the beans that fly horizontally, and greater part of the loss: : might be avoided by

throw them back, for they sometimes fly preventing' the destruction of birds.: MUHfATK: (n. POTASH,
out of the pods:: almost: with the force of a
shot from a nigger shooter." Then there
The garden should not be neglected
ho -helll1t hand the northern ; SULPJIATi) ) '': OF SODA
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iP must along where vegetables! are used there is no fear of Having added. NIl:\,' 'I"'I.IXU: MIU IMCIS.SiS: : to our olllce, and bavin
side of the thrashing flour, under which' the
scurvy. Near cities \egetables: are a source 1
beans be should shower
can 11'Iicklrak11 a of pnirit.' The surplus' vegetables are good XITIJATK: ): OF SODA
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} of rain appear'for it won't do for the beansto SKILLP.D;l woltlonwllU! : know how to aye the same, we tire now
for stock, and save grain. Fruits of the various
get wet. A little rain not only blackens kinds are wholesome and profitable
and damages"the Deans, inn also slops future ''I there are various uses they may be applied' : SUPKKPHOSPHATi: ) li: 1.1S11LI'1i.1T1:\ :, prepared' to do any anal. every kind of printing,

"thrashing. to, and would be gratefully received the
, When all the beans have popped out that by
various domestic animals. The smaller fruits
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the of the
fl'ill101' out, stems or centres
atlbrd fine relish to man, beast or fowl.Amerirtttt .-
bunches:: are raked. Then comes the cleaning J-'itrwrr.
which: consist in running the mass of m
beans and hulls through a common wheat. -- ---- -- -- --- -- -- Slrlrtly Pure <>round 1101.. .

, fanning mill-the dirt and bulls fan out and TIII: 1.'I.OIUn.\ .
leave the h.tlili't'I'IIIab1\' clean. The next
operation is to put up the beans in two- rtHOWX IMPUOVKMHXT: COMPANY.Frriiamlimi Our circulars give particulars and are

only bushel market sacks and fur them ship at them mrescntMfara to market. -"The we mailed information! free to that all will al'\plieants.1 be of service'flll'contllin to those FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD

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I know, i is at St. Louis, and the price paid for buying or using: Fertilizers. :'Mm
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the beans delivered at the oil mill usually ---- -- -------- --,

I ranges in the neighborhood. of one dollar I'oHtOJJ't' Notice
I per bushel.Now. .
draw your own conclusions an to r Town*, on 1C. It.Ami Line. Office Ihurt-From KilO A. !M. to 0.00; ) 1'. !M.Foney .
whether or not the crop would pay. If aftera > Orders! and JtcgNtered: Letters! from
due consideration! of all circumstances CViIur Key.Offers 8:00: A. !M. to 1l: ., M.
connected with the matter you are of I the to 3:30 P.M.! Sundays from 10.O:: to 11:30: A,
opinion that it would pay better than any M. amid 3-.yo: to 40:: I'. M.

other crop you could grow, \'II1llave only to ABKIVAL AND HKPtKTUlK OP TII& M'Ilr. AMeatlj" mill HM" ('......1. u*" SISSY Office in Floritln.
write to some commission! merchant in St. irthtrn Mill-Arrive* daily at lU.:)) A. !M. .
Louis: for seed-be will them foryouat Closes ;i. iOp. M.
one of the several oil procure mills in that city. to Lessees mid Purchasers a large Suutl.era .'ltlil-\rrin'8" :3'SO:: I' M, "' .... .
number of the mo-t eligible ami desirable Closes JQ.M) A. M.fH. ,
Most of the consumedin
beans "
castor: :: now .. .
Lots, suitable! for JJu inei !s J'urllClI'8, or for Murii'tuiul Tut'lrr' JIm Mull- -. ,
the United! States are raised in Illinois A .' .'
and Missouri, usually: within a circle of about City or Suburban Itewidences.I'POX + Arrives Tuesdays* and Fridays at 250: r. M. \ ,.'
Closes Mondays and I Thursdays at 8.ui! A. M. .. !;,
k one hundred miles in diameter, having !St. ..- ..
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1"llIi" for its centre. Our experience| with }:.\SY TKKMS.: J/itru't, il.l., only- .. : '
. the crop was: had in Kentucky before chang Arrives fondayi and Thursday at M.OO: A.. M. :Vfl' ., -,' .
ing our location from that State Alabama.. Tuewlay* and, Friday at 2.-JO M. .
.1fmbitt Jleyttr.I'ltKSKJlVATIOX. Liberal Discount on Values allowed to WedirwlaynundSat'ilayfiaMMM! \. !M. .
parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial Closes Tuesday*, 11"tslucsula) ',
enterprise, who will erect on the I.rol" "'rllaIIwl. Saturday at :2.30;: ". M. .
OF EGGS erty purchased, hul tantial improvements 4.(111..1. JtlUI> LI., }P. M.( i

According to the IWoii Jountnl if r/. /II. for re.idence,1)r. in which to conduit theirbusiness. --- -... - .rl.nitsendyoururder* tlrI'Itjfi t<;, IUXI UI IX(;i'7iiJlUI.IX;:; iitry, the ..ul ject of thnpreMr'ationufcgg4 !
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Nil HowardWill .
IXDl'CKMKXTS) TO
J1.1NI'F.1TUBEll
has attracted a great deal of attention, and the siuitV. .Orders fur either will vile attention from Addrcni"
!! ret prompt It* s'i
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: : by exemption for a term of fruIUtaxatiuil )
many methods effecting: it have('{' !published years IM given for (proof tu convUt the one
I, though none are altogether |*Tfect. offered by the several cities and' who destroy' tsl 1 the i/u board mum the lmll"1'l ,'*
town Apply at fl( )plait :U 1 II nOli.
for the feimpie reason that the true cause of >It near the railroad! >boim.W. 4Oftl ,

the spoiling{ of the egg: lt either unknown bv .?rOtlieet'ur. h-uch A 7th .t*,. Feniundina, F. Swim -,
thUI'C who have attempted tu furnish us with M-tf IU>a

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;, t THE i FLORIDA MIRROR :Los* of the Steamship City of Aurttn.. cense!! this Florida pilot, without change ofresidence gradually, settling aft ; at daylight, :3 II. m., !I Owens, Lichard, Patterson turte '"nL' Jacob Urn., 11., !

i, i =:=',' -' ='-=, '.' ..: '. '.::,: The steamship! Citynf Justin, Captain Etc- to act as a pilot in the same waters. tug: came to our assistance, pulled on her Spencer1argaret1 William' VxlllanlfTMJ",: .,

I I 2.00( 'A YKAll; $J.OO POll S7A' MONTHS veils, of \taI hory's I line I running i 1 between The limit Dickinson, loaded, with Ice, ]had ;, again cutter, came carried tOIl"I-t.away< i t she our!pulled hawsers: on;, she revenue carried .Scott par k,e, A. 1'., Thomas, ,,

: -- .-. '' New York, Fcrnandina, Nassau ft' 'l Cuba, been previously I put ashore h)' this! pilot, and I away nil the hawsers, but she did not Thomas, Abraham, 'l'istfl, Carline,

11( : Local' JlcjlfctloiiB arrived on her return voyage! from Nassau would vc been lost but for very favorable! start ; at 8a. in.\ !sent all 1 passengers ashore ; at!9 Thomas, :Mrs.\ A. IL'ebcr, /hue,
I a. in. wind washing from under her stern shillhuoggeti .\ML.: T. KIBDEI.I., I P. M.f
ofT the entrance to Cumberland, Hound\ on wind", and upon the protest of the underwriters i ,
: Pinafore( this afternoon ut three o'clock took ; at 10' a. iii. sbipstarting! to leak, from
,',. Sunday: afternoon, the 21th April. She agent he wits deprived his license.We .
!It .: tII" butts, and scurrs opening, carried away steam JUJU.,,:.
'','I'' sharp. on board outside\ Captain Cribb, a regular learn that Captain Kclls: has made a pipes, had to blow steam off boilers\ pumps -

",;f S One of the handsomest! residences; III the pilot, who had been licenced\ by the pilot strong protest to the( port authorities of both manned, water gaining fast; at I 1n:3/() () a. m. Iftrt of rernantUna. \

:>,' :State: Is being built at I awtey. S commissioner of.St. Marys. :She:) came safelyIn poits! against this pilot being longer permitted live feet of water forward, seven feet aft inside HIGH WATER.
ty of ship at 12 decks broke
: : k A l<'rell'h.g,11 Uel1l 1111 i is pulling out nI over the bar, and was coming up l the entrance to exercise! the duties (of a pilot. at these bcvms broke ;in the middle noon ; at 1 p.' in. water up, Saturday I APril.1f'\ '...... !0:13: A."M. 10:19 0.17:: I'.u M.

:';.. \ grove of 4,000 trees on Hawthorne's PraIrie in the regular channel" with twenty ports. We cannot suppose! that his protest over between-decks ; at 1 1'. 11\. people leaving RUl\lll1r' :\Iay.. (.I 1.)...........10'34 9.)3:: 11:00:: u l1

I......!.. ; near Orange Lake. feet. of water, the vessel drawing only about will be unheeded. the ship on revenue cutter, captain, mate, 'fOI'clav, .,> ..... 1:16: to II.40 II 01.!.
Tuesday,
fifteen feet, when she was run on to I the Pelican The compulsory pilotage laws which) ('hll'l'l'IlJinel'r. first assistant'! and quurtcrma II 4'..... ...... 0.02:: "
::j ; The weather has been rather warm during re !'ter !slaying on board ship: at 0 P. lii. Wednesday( -1 '5-.' .

7':! ( t the) past week but not oppressive, I.v beingS Shoal, at least one mile within the, bar, quire! pilot for steamships! making regular after end, of ship under water, snip settling Thursday, "" ,li 5............ 0:25 1'15":: t 0:51 1:45:: J
\ I the and her bow stuck h\rIIIIII.l fast, badly I decks busting and opening, hatch Friday, ,
K J'' pleasantly tempered with strong sea breezes. by pilot, trips to a port are! III thcnnelvcs a hardship, up -
I water. combings lJII h'lll1p ; at 10 p.' m. water drove c
the vessel
:i i We are glad to learn that the :McClenny theaftcrpnrtof' lying IlIlk1' us the (captain! are undoubtedly as well, if us out of, our rooms, went forward, fearful KNTr.Rnn.:: S

:i"S. : mill Maxvilk': on the Transit! Railroad: As soon as her bow struck her stem drifted not better qualified, to bring steam vesselin : the ship would, break to pieces ; Tuesday, April 21-S.: P. St. John", Vogel, (luarlestoil. !' I

around so that her. bow pointed north in safety, knowing, as they do, the handling April 2(5( daylight, ship[ lying more easy, .
since i is beIng
ia.; : which was burned a short time west. The weather was calm ami( the sea and steerage qualities of their ships!!, and commenced ;discharging I :\ cargo i in steam tug April 2.V-Sell. Harvey W. Andrew, lab-? !
f-;' .. : rebuilt.AdjutantGeneral. ilmlintur, afterwards in steamer J. A. Mr- cock, Wilmington.
has been in smooth, and no anxiety was at first felt as have the strongest personal' interest ; but if j>hent sh Ip!letlllllg I "tand breaking up every April 25-Mark J. A. Brown, Gregory, Bos-
: J. E.: Yongc
;
/ :: to her safety. She had on board: forty-live they are required to take a pilot, the commissioners tide, continued, todischnrgp cargo of!sponge, f
: our city several days, having )been recently cabin and nineteen deck passengers, who : of pilotage should' require ability cotton, fruits and vegetables.: C. sugar ami tout.April 20-S. :S.! Western 'f l'xasIl's' Nest.

:> 'I : :; on a visit of inspection to the convict camps were transferred to steam tug and came up ships' materials, captain and officers: standing York :
of the
III the
order >
highest pilots. The services Wm. Flint I enl II e tOl1,
I.t on the Waycrossroad.] by the! ship. Thlll'lllavpril 28, ship April :2l!! -Sch. ,
: their The
with tug
to Fcrnandina baggage. are well paid for, and the risks to full of water stripped of everything available \ Charleston.

r From a special to the I'niint we learn that and the revenue cutter Jhutwcll, Captain property very great. balance of cargo under "w-ater, not possible CI,EA REII.

?' i \ : Florida tomatoes! sold on t the 27th in Boston Randolph, went down to try to haul her oil, Captain Stevens! of the City of Au. tin; to remain on board any longer; tit the April 20-Sch. C. II. Foster: Coombs, Ma-

Ii i \ at $4 to $.') }per crate ; string beaux, $2 to $::1 ; but without effect, and, she subsequently is an able and experienced seaman and S.time KeIN: the ship went underwriter ashore, Captain Thos.and!' ta II 1.1111.
agent came over
strawberries 40 to 50 and had feet of waterin \ 21'( -S. P. St. Johns 1 Vogel I, CharlesAiiril -
('ellt."l'er quart. parted midships seven careful ol1ic( r. He is exonerated from advised with (the captain, alo Mr. Chas.' April

)I'J t i Florida vegetables are quoted in New her hold ;i10 that she now lies with her any blame III the matter of the loss of :Mallory\ was present' and advised with the tOil. 23-Mrig Ellen Maria, Cuming, New,

I'' York follows Peas $1 UIHo $I crate bow high out of water and her stern settled his line which lies captain and agent ; every exertion possible
as : }per ; !ship, solely at the has been' made!! to protect the interest of all York.
f : beans, $2 to $3 per crate; tomatoes, $3 to $5 ; so that she I Is! covered up to the hurricane door of the pilot, who, on a cnlm, fair, con('l'rn ed.] .\Jtril2H-S. S. Western Texas: Hines' New

i!\ : potatoes! $7 to $8 per barrel ; beats, $2.50 to deck at high water. All efforts! at gettingher pleasant: Sunday afternoon, in smooth water And the appearerdid severally further York. Sch. Silas C. lwlnsanu (
:2!1'-!'
)S crate $3 to $1' barrel. off very soon proved fruitless ; and the with declare t that at t the t time t theshipanchored April
I $3 per ; cabbage, 'l'er' ample depth(' of water in the channel New York.
olf Fcrnandina bar she staunch
S Mr. C. II. Mallory, of New York, the agent of Underwriters, Captain T. S. F.els: at marked by buoys, and in plain daylight, and strong: and had her was batches tight,well covered April 1 :2!1!>-Sch u Maggie: Lawrence Haley I ,

; !:.( senior of the firm of Mallory: Co., and one Jacksonville, was notified, who came over ran the ship on a well-known shoal through and caulked. cargo well stowed and! tonnaged Philadelphia.
to take such measures'\ for the and (the in order IX: POUT.
promptly preservation ship was complete
d some strange incompetence idea of
) of the owners of the City of Austin, came on'fl' or a new
of the cargo as might be possible.: channel. in every part' of her ; her engines III good Mark SiIP IiCithl.
Our
the Western Texas on Tuesday! morning, and own I.ilotsllre regarded safe condition, and the whole ship in every way Mark Guiding; Star.
'
I \, I'xumllll'tlinto the condition of his wrecked The steam tugs AthleteStevens and ailldi.luundcr / and skillful men, and have lost no vessels, seaworthy.And .' Bark J. A. Mrown.
I ; the command of Captain Joe Parsons, and! has attained the said do further declare Schooner Mary Stuart.
'i? steamer. We are glad to learn that she was our port u high and deserved np\1l'nJ''r\ S
were employed to wreck the ship on salvage.The that all losses! and damages. Schooner R. Shaw.
insured in the of reputation as a safe and reliable commercial
'
sum $100,000.
and Flint.
t consisted, of 073 hogsheads of sugar which) have happened( to the said ship l'lOolH'r11I.
'I' I The Hoard Health, wcaregla.1 to notice, cargo port. cargo, are and ought to be borne by the merchants Schooner H. W. Anderson.StocWtoldcrs : .
80 bales! of cotton, 71 bales sponge, 72 The following I-In: list of the .11I. tilt'* ]passengers and\ freighters interested, or whomsoever
E have promptly organized and made the necessary -
shells 4 furniture !hO) packages else it shall the .
packages cases from Nassau:! : or m.iy; concern, same : Meeting.A
.I regulations! for the enforcement of of fruit, and 322 packages of \'l'gctnhles.NlnetoJle J-'ur 'lIIl1trlillf1f f Rogers and wife Mrs.Reed having occurred as before 1 mentioned and meeting of the !stockholders of the Fernandina .
: :
I 4': quarantine upon vessels coming from infected not through the inefficiency of the said ship. Association will be held tit
of the and all Lyceum !
y: l' or suspected} ports. We trust a rigid inspection hogsheads sugar Miss Smith, :\1r. J. S. Paine, wife and or of t the I said uppcarcr, I his i officers or any of the Hall (Wednesday, the! .ftlulay of May.
the fruit and vegetables have been saved.Tho ). I his riuiers. Ami the said) (Captain Stevens
: \
of nil streets drains and daughter, Mr. A. M. BO'IIfN: !. I). J. Boyd, at 8 o'clock in.
alleys!! p.
j / will be total loss. There was 11'rphsolt'lIlIIly protests: and I, as a notary,
ship a Mr.f I HKIK.KS President.TIIOMXS .
Morrison, wife and :son! Mrs. Sheffield!I, .' puN: : ; : ,
premises will be made, and measures taken at his and do also,
} : pl''llIlllIsIllJ'e request,
'L' Insurance abroad to the amount of $100,000 KYW ::
l [' Secretary.
)11'f.. :
llutchinsdii )Ir. T. wife
in condition. Lyman, publicly and solemnly protest against: alland
\\J to keep our city a }perfect sanitary and of I Feri'an.lina, Fia.I'dl I 21, 1881.;
the
vI Oil the ship and $75,000 on sugar, and daughter, Mr. C. T. Sand, Jr., Mr. S. S. every person or persons whom it

$10,000 on the rest of the cargo, which ihlcover Philips( 'frl!. K. H. 1 Horner, Miss (G. Light- shall or may concern, that the said! appearer,
: The Jacksonville Union of yesterday' states value of his officers: nor any of his mariners, are in Orange Land at a Jlitftialn.
cargo. borne, Captain Coppinger and :\lr. W. A. M.Sheriff. .
( ,' ibfe for IUtIO that haveor
allwa !> !>l"l'
that the steamer .S7. John ran aground near respon .\ valuable t tract of :310) hummock
i i The logs! : of this fine vessel! 1 is the most 1 serious : acres \
I : 'mly'ol'l'ur: to the said :ship and cargo, as
::1 Orange Park while on her way to Palatka which has ever occurred III the vicinity the fault 'IIUrd1I1IC1',1 Itthe hind, with wild orange. !jrove.': on Orange
t 1lCom.!
J'ilf1'11' was (
} (( rk-Mrs. Wainwright.: ( Lake, for sale at a bargain. For particular ,
I Thursday morning. The Jfnncojc, on her of this port, which has: been hitherto remarkable petency of the pilot; who, by law, had full .
King, Mr. M.S.: Iluckley, Jr., Mrs.: CharlesCarter address: n.! R.: FIUIIVXKS: : ,
k down from, Palalku, attempted to pull and charge (of the! !ship.
t way } for its freedom from perils April 2, 1881-41 Fcrnandina.fi .
and servant, Miss C. Carter, Mrs. P.ain, Thus done and protected III the city of ,
_.
I her oil, but as the I t tide was falling I i she could ----
p, accidents. )(1 fr. llraddish. i and vife1r.. 'l'hius.S'iuicl ics-' Fernandina, Fla., this 28th dav of April, A. ,
\ not move her. The steamers Jfttntuc and From the best Information we! can obtain, ter and, wife, Mr. S. Morton: Mrs.: Under D. 1881. K.: U. STEVES.I. : '. to Tax-l'uyers."
S't : Stevens went; to Orange Park! on Thursday! the loss of this! valuable steamshipand cargos (!I. F. I'"clm. I am now ready to receive tax returns for
bill, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. .\. n. Morton, )fr.
S. VAX Sriiuc-K.
= : the Blank returns will be furnished
()\clllnglInll( it was: expected tlu'y0111.1 the I I in present year. -
I b attributable solely to t u pilot u charge.'I'hie
W. L. Ferris! :, Mr. O. A. Franeier, Mr.' H. Anna-it P. CO.VNKH.The : at my office over O. f'tark'storl'' corner -
succeed in pulling her oil"at high tide. .
vessel! was in good order, sound ami seaworthy -- ----- of Centre and Second streets.
I 1 ton rget, )t1 rr. John Cole, :Mr. Edward I Snell I,
11 S We take great pleasure in furnishing ourS and had passed' safely! as usual across Mr. Gco. )Dittnum, M Ir. K. H. 1 Daw-sett) and Cumberland lotite. WM.: :11. (hlll.\{ w.
After t the 1M: of May the mail: nail, FF.H"IIIX.farl'h: : : 10 1881-tf
,
readers, on the sixth page, a full report of the bar, and was coming up[ the channel! wrecked!) seamen. pasM'nger

b \ the speech delivered by our able and eloquent when the pilot deflected\ without apparent The following letter exonerating Captain service between lImo \vick arid this -, -- .
\ S The point will l I I 1 be suspended.\ I Persons goingWest Not lee.Notice S
I Senator the JIon O. W. Jones, upon cause or reason from his course. captain :Stevens: from all blurne was clrawlI11' and
the life and character of Thomas JellVrson of the that the pilot : can take the t Sea:: Island Route via the is that'ari'en "
I steamer noticing signed I h)' u number of the passengers! : hereby given, J: '
.Savannah or (Wuyeross:\ road. rwi Jacksonville Scott Tax Collector, will, on and after .
and well ,
the usual
1 \ Our country owes very largely to Mr. Jeller- was not\ pursuing plain \\' the undersigned imssi'itgcrsahoard the \prl
\ :
''i son the distinguishing! ; ; feature of our constitutional known course between the channel buoys, steamer City of Aiutln, desire it to be u ,simple or Callahan. It was announced u day 15th. Taxes 1881 1, proceed and wih the of coll Li-?
no City
S City ; or
; form of government. Ito waeiupliatkiilhy called his attention to his: change of direction ( act of justice to Captain Je.: :Stevens: (to or two since that the agents of the respective Celtic Taxes made after payment March 150th, 1881, to
place on solemn record this fact that we are lines wOIII.ll11all';: schedules III connection
(the grc'lItltlltellllllUl of our when thepilot remarked t that t the COli J'Sl'the up any or persons other than Warren F.
unanimously of the opinion that the Austin with\ the lines of travel. There l'I'OIl I,
Scott will be
.
f, new recognized.G.
I he old and Usual oll'c.to
revolutionary and constitutional! pl'rlo.ll1l1"we captain mentioned was was grounded solely and ('lItlr'Iowln to (
: will be lino from here to Savannah I. STARK.Attest ,
cannot do better than to recur frequently course, hut he wCIII.1I1how him a new and t the incapacity 1111I1'wnllt of( skill displayed daily of Fcrnandina.
Mayor
:
thenoing ,by the pilot, Captain: Cribb, and that immediately by boat and two daily lines will run on theWayeross
) to the great principles which he hud better channel. The steamship was: EMil O. FIUEXP. Clerk.FEUNAXPIXA. .
after the oeeurreiru.'e the captain (Stevens nmd from Jacksonville.I I\
;J down of u true 1\IIIl1'ulrlotic republican! guyI ; ut about ten knots an hour, and when ) displayed great coolness! and did all :-\ ,- : April 0, 1881. ,

I t.l'uutnr:: Jones' will be she struck be said she would over ,
ern IIIl'Ii speech soon go that he ('0111,1 to get off the vessel.W. : The Circuit Court. -

I t' found very able instructive.. that bump, and she then, with full speed on, .\. M. Attorney-General, Ba- '1'1..it. ( 'ii!I'I'liit Court of Nassau county convened Xt.th'trtblt>lu>lh;.
I hanuis: ; T. 1 1. Monson, President! Central t
\ We arc In the receipt! of t the Orange Lake struck the main shoal of Pelican banks, National Mank Norwolk. Ct. : T. E. Winchester on the lUh! inst., I Hon. Judge' \ James FOR SAM:

\ I Flariillnn, a lieweekl)" published' at Orange where she now lies fixed and hIlIllO\'u ll'. Ro'yui Victoria lintel 1Call ; Fred- :M. Maker. presiding.' Tho civil business was lESIIIAIIIfl HOUSE( .: CONTAINING I (

," Lake, Marion county lly the by, we wish The) channel l is marked by II black buoy 011 crick Lyman, Orange!, X. J.i; .Stephen P.Coplyer mostly continued.In A five rooms, with Closet!, front Piazza,

\e; our friends out of the State: to note that tko south sMc of Kingsley bank, 1111.111 red Captain Jr. British army S. ; :S.:Edward Morton I.Muckley I., I IIC'ease of.(and I M. McDonnell r \ i*Penelope I large Yard, Orange('. 1.1111 and! nalH!
Philadelphia
t \ Orange I Lake I is not in Orange county, but buoy on the edge of Pelican :Shoal: with Royal Victoria! Hotel, Nassau; N. P., and C//i. Joiidan' a suit in ejectment, judg 'Trees.For further Centrally located.) Good title, etc.

I.'1.\\ I lies I between t the 1 counties t of Alachiuv and channel! width perhaps half u mile with Morton House.( New York ; )r. T. I Hutchcr-[ ment'was given for plaintiffs, with damages office. particulars, inquire at.j-tf this

.t *' Marlon. Yaluhu is the old Indian name, thirty or more feet of water. It i is believed' son, New York; Ellen (Carter, Mivs t Carter, awarded 1 to the amount of$100.I. ( -- .-- --
)fl'>l. 0. R. Smith, Philadelphia : Mis.T. I H.[
l \ I meaning Orange, and% the lake has borne 110 vessel has ever been lost( which was :sailedn Monson. Norwalk, Ct. ; Mrs.' Sheffield. Mrs. ,I. (J. Millings\ administratrix\ n J. C. i-'ou SAM:

{ that name since Florida. was acquired by the by thl' captains the charts giving ample T. I n. Willl'h.tc'rIe\\' York ; Miss Wan- 1 Read\ usstimpsit ; judgment for $.,>!.>. DWELLING: :HOUSE i CONTAINING

t United :States.: !! The county now called Orange directions, and the channel being! broad amileep right I 1. M. King Philadelphia ; T. T. Manson :State: r# John Hughes I aggravated assault ; A nile 1 rooms, wel I ( ,
S Inl.hlanc1urll..II.1
and well\ murk'I'fhl'\ same evening; Norwalk, ('t. ; Carrie Mradish, ]Harry[ with lot of land
of continued to next term. ,
was once u part Mosquito( county, Mrudish. Nassau, N. P. ; .\. D. Iortun, New- :OOx2ft 1\'r.failllJ.
wcl 1 of water tank
\ and the name changed to the more PletM11it.! t the Austin' went on( a captain, who had never York ; W. L. lA-w-is: Greenwich, ( onn.V.; :State: r! John McCarthy, burglary ; tried barn and out, ,cnpact j ty )'hnrrelsJoo

t' ly sugjrcstivo name of Orange, while the been in but once before, brought his vesteln .\. Hulstcad, M Ir J. \1. I HuMead[ New York. and defendant found guilty ; sentenced to and fig trees:\, twenty-five varieties of ornge roses :

I' f t. coast part of old Mosquito county is now after dark on an ebb tide. Thn'l buoy, penitentiary\ for live years.State other flowers and shrubs: too 111'rOI' tomention.

I f.:! alll'li"ohl"lll ('Ollllt)'. If (the people who as! has been said, 1'411I the south edge of I"'otesl of Captain .Stevens of Loss of :: rs 1<:IIIIIu.l'lIlium'4; colored
chose the name Marlon hail eXI'rclsl'tllllt. the Pelican banks, and the steamship was Steamship City of Austin.lly for murder; the jury found a verdict On the Mit:"; E.: MURCH ut Old ,

Ii k "I, ter judgment and ta-te: they would have put on the shoal inside and to t the! north of tho kindness of Captain T. S. Edl.0 manslaughter. : in the 4th degree", ; sentenced Fernandina, Fla.,premises February 2(5,1881(i Town.-3m.

after the his buoy. are enabled to lay before our readers the official to two in -. .
,(I I culled the county name of the lake, years penitentiary. -- -- -

11 ,:t't!r but they superseded! the old Florida name We understand: that the pilot was not one protest: of the officers of I the wrecked :State George; ewellen! colored, burglary I Money SUN is Money .Untie 11 '

l'I for South:: Carolina one, and the people' of of the pilots of the jairt of Fernandina'- steamer City uf Austin : ; guilty ; sentenced to penitentiary for !. YOUR ENGINES: FROM

I r: Alachuii adopted, the name of Gainesville: lOg had his !branch taken from him somefears tftatfvf Florida, trinity of 7>imilly /. five year PURCHASE $100 on I 11 Horse ; $-1)0! )
t since, in of his havingrun this instrument of be on a 20 Horse, and $ 500 I on a :'in: m Horsepower
t applied( to over twenty towns for their county ) consequence public protest :State: r* Jerry' 1.1.)1! II rcd, burglary! ;
j it known that 1)1thu :28th day ot April .\. Engine.". :Send: for our -
'l''S i site, instead: of the old Indian noble tin American schooner ashore.:! The D. 1881, before me, Thos. S. Edl u notary found guilty ; wnimm! to imprisonmentfor Engines (Gin, l.ri.td'ro.,.\!!, aw purchasing am|

S ',! Hounding name Alachua.\. kike City is entrance to Cumberland Sound\ us is not public, dulv qualified 01l\II\i.II't1\ ) and five years. Grist Mills. Thrl''ohl' or any' kind of Ma

I !S not; much better, M it suggests a lake and u Hjrhaps generally known, lies within the sworn, residing and practicing in the city of :Stattis: IAwilh.aiutics., colored I, burglary. ; chilnery.Ve are Manufacturers'Kents: ,

I city in rue.Holler. oint jurisdiction of :St.: Marys and Fernan- Jacksonville\ Mate and county aforesaid, found guilty ninl M-ntenced to four years in and guarantee ( quality and
nrice.'ALKEIL
l'all\l.'nl\l1 appeared Captain Edgar I & LOUD.
tuna and the pilot after being discharged. personally
called the penitentiary. :\0. 135 Meeting treetVst
1'. } I Explosion at Temple's. C. Stevens, master of the steamship side, near
; front the pilot service by I the Fernandina the Cit r
il STARKK, f'u.lril :!$. couuuis-Moncrs!:! received! license: from the'dotage cut, un'd [belonging to the |K rt.of Nt'wlrk, decision the case ot the application of April 9,18813m.I'llOCLAM.iTIOX..
i' Special Dis Mtch to The Florid Mirror burthen of l,2D tons George F.
: commissioners of St. Marys. That of the : ;
Gustav; Stark, Mayor rt al., of the City ofI'ertutmnhina
I "l I The boilers at Temple's Mill exploded this Spencer, mate ; !Steven Van Schaick, engineer
be is peculiarly unfortunate or incompetent, .
C. A.
and Arthur Conner, seaman of the said vs Haley, tt tJ., fur injunction
,.; afternoon, completely demolishing the mill. and probably the latter, will be inferred from steamship, who, being severally sworn. did against such jK-rsons exercising tiny WHERE(, In accordance with the laws

S tt. Several: persons were hurt, but it is I thought the fact that this is the second vessel which declare and s>ay that on the 23d: I of April, A. functions as municipal officers of the City of the State of Honda, his excellency, W. ot

I .none seriously.:! Tho damage I is estimated at he has lost at this port, and that for certainly D.1881, left Mataincis.! Cuba, with cargo of the ) Mloxbam, governor, did, on the 30th day of
York ria Nassau K. P. Fernandina, sustaining: city government March A. I).
I 1OOO. T. sugar, bound to New 1881. by proclamation, declare
$ -_ pilte number of years only two other vessels and Fernandina. and after touching at Nassau appointed by the Governor under the act of the charter of the city of Fernandina re-

't lAfuClro"f! Matinee. have been lost at this port, except those on the 23ealed and dissolved ; ,

: t tt: i At 3 o'clock this afternoon the Jacksonville which habeen bO unfortunate us to have sponge, and fruit and vegetables, proceeded in full last week. .\Xl W"ERE.'I, A mayor and five alder

I Juvenile Pinafore Company will entertain lad him for their pilot. At all event, the fact on the our 25th voyage,"!>t. ;, eamb arrh'lngllf\ to anchor Fernandina, waiting! bar for The injunction hIIt't'n duly served' and and men a have'\ been UIIKJiutl..l City ami! 'lualtceI ,

1 h 1,1 1 our. citizen! at I.'l.t"ulIlbll, with a bat, he had bt't'n11'prl,1 of his position as tide and pilot, !lieing compelled, according to we Icurncd that the enjoined parties have tina bceui perfected.underthe provisions of

I t'. rendition of the pleasing! and popular burlesque a pilot by the commissioners: of pilotage! for compulsory pilotage' law to take a pilot; iii part oln-yed the order of the Court. act of the. lbr"latur of Florida entitled 1
r (. of Pinahre.e know whatthe Fernandina for cause, and the further fact on the 25th m>t., as per extracts from log, an act to repeal and dissolve municipal{
S ojxra the hip under charge) of I'llot01" wrecked. LM Letters coriwrations under certain circumstances _
I I children do hating them in that live-sixths! of all the vowelscrossingthe bar 1'lIIda'rl1 of and
i >e can M-en to-wit : Fernandinu ) the manner in which such cities'may r
;- Jacksonville, and we assort that whoever! bar are bound to Fernandina, ..!.hulline' 2l= $M. at 3:30: I'. in., left anchorage\ with I I Remaining in the Post-Om'ee at Fernandina lro\'I.le approved }'ebmary 1

fall to see them misses a raro treat. Tick.ets ;>reventod in common courtesy and proprie- .pilot on\ board, named (George IVibb, .bound' I I I Nassau county, Fla., April :2$. 1881. I I :27. 18.S1 rllClrllnltl'l;
his l licensed the authoritiesof : into Fernandina good weather, Miiouth ea. Persons calling; for these) letters must advertised Xlil > '
t1; being by say
50 purl
children ceuU extra j
.4 75 cents, ; no twenty li".tIf water in hit'laamunel : at 1:15II. : 1 i uln, all law-abiiiinrSzfns Vu uS
't f charge for reserved teats. Diagram and St. Marys in. pilot struck theohipon l'dkaIJhouls:: : I aid in the enfort-ement of law and the
S.< at Honey's drugstore and at the We are at a loss to underhand; : by what neerinjiin with tho lights well oprn.. went :I Allen, Square, Brown, )!fN. Katie, I tabhshment of good government in ourcit es'-.
; tickets in astern full a.ptsl., ..hll"k.&wlll!| fifteen fttt of I Clark, l1a ar. Cuyn, Charlotte, In testimony )
f at half pastI two authority the pilotage! commissioner:! the | whereof, I have )hereunto
door. "Poors open per.I' water ('oul.ln"t :start! her. hteaiu tu;: (iltnlint )DU-keti!!, John A., )Dickens, Gertie; set " I formanco at three, sharp. tate of Georgia, after a pilot, who wa. then >\\r took hold of us. pulled all in their jiower, McKuight, Joseph A.. Mvrraon. I Il. e., A. niy. N'l? at the day 'of April\i\'c'
and Mill U a citizen of Florida, had lJt't..uIt'- i-ouUl not IU.I\", her, parted their hawsers Miller. Aluv. Miller. Alice, City of Feniandina. Florida?t

I Jo; >n't fail to attend the Pinafore Matinee,. rivctl (If his lict'iiso by tlm pilot) rommUuf win most ,)f the passengers to Fernmulinu. "' ('ldlnu. St." John. Morales.( Maav, '". hTAItK-

I'; this afternoon at 3 o'dock. -S .tI)1ut'N Fernandina. Florida' \ \\IUII rvli- >hip1iard. and f.tl. 1 lying l'tl.ulill i ht, but M.irriv>n. GileMotvr, I Hue, Attest : E.MIL: O. l"RIENII, Clerk, Major.

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