Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: May 7, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. III. FEllNANDINA, FLA., SATURDAY, MAY T, 1881. NO. 24.Itrndfortl. .

f! SI'.U'l 'I "'S. and part owner of the line of steamers! ('ompOMiig gantly fill'ltII' for the c-oiuejanee of the ory of the LO\lIi..I'I'ntcIll\tt of 1.1'111rOl11ty, about a 'mile and a half of grading\ ) still to he
,. ,", -- the Sea: Island Route guests of his hotel to and from Cedar) lacy by the Indies' )1'lIInrial'IIcinllm1 was to done\ and it may: be two weeks before the

E l \ According to quotations sent us liv1t' I It i is n fast-sailing craft, hawing: made; the be dedicated\ as a l'l'qwtuallLH'lllllrl\1: of the Iron will be laid to the point where the depot .

,I\ '. One day last weeke examined two little) C. iI. Owens, 1.'lorh1a'pg<'tab1e!! were !selling trip to Cedar Key, distance!' of JO t miles: in honored brave whose lives were nlfl'fl'cup\ I is to he located Train, however, will
,I I -.i. orange trees, growing in t the yard 1 ofIajn r at New York as follows\ on the 27th : Potatoes five hours, more than once. Resides the on the altar of their country. The day was be run daily to within two or three miles of t

,; J, ){. mitch, one three and tho other four $7 to $7.30 per barrel ; peas, $1 to .*3 per sloop there are several other sail-boats: : mindabout ushered in with lowering skies and cloud, town, and met there with vehicles for both
I + inches high, in bloom. The Major assures crate ; beans, $1.50 to $;J.M) per crate ; tomatoes fifteen row-boats: kept for the IH'l'tl1II'1II0.latitHl from whence great drops of rain descendedlike freight and passengers.-Ornlit tlwnrr.Oi'ttnyr. ,
f 'ii t us that they arc only one year old Wonderwhat $:3 to $( per crate ; beets, $Z.;>(0 to $3.00: ( of guests.: 11(r, .Tents meets: us: and tears, as if the heavens would join in .

; .} our Lake Butler orange:; growers: will I per crate ; squashes.$2.50 pl'r crate ; cabbage! we find him to be a most courteous\ gentleman !sympathy with aching hearts, whose unhealed (him Tuesday we ha.lu little, taste of warm
a say to this? For (the truth of this: statementwe $3 to $1 per barrel.\ At Philadelphia/ on the who ha' : pluck and energy enough wounds break out afresh as each recurring weather, the thermometer indicating in the

.' ./,, refer them to ]Doctors (skins and Hackney 2Mb, Florida vegetables were quoted as follows about him to make him it sin'ivs any w }here. I year brings round the time of mourning shade !)Vi0, but still, with this high point

;' 1 i and also: to the Hcv. Robert Keith.From .- : Tomatoes, $4 to $rt per erflte ; green lie conducts over his premises which are Hut as the evening came the sun appeared reached it was pleasant in the shade on account
',',, the best! indications we .should' say this )peas, $::1 to $'J.5t1) per crate ; cabbages! : :$t to nil that could be desired 1 for a l picturesque:: I and Nature, refreshed and strengthened of t the continual i breeze we enjoyRc-
"'' will be the best year for farming we have $.I.'illl'l'r barrel for small heads, :fJ;:J to $:\.7'j Florida home. At the water's edge i"1l\ groveof by her "n<'t of tears," smiled\ gracious pm'frm',
for fair to beans $ to $ ?,." 0 crate trees and flourishing which the The (Jovcrnor's
had since 1S.T:\ livery farmer we meet appears good ; : : > per ; fig large was approbation on scene 1'n t lid in.
to be well pleased: with his farm pros: squashes, $:! to $:!,.>0 per crate ; beets, $1 ,%0 t planted years before the war. lie has a litH'gro'c Guards, escorted by the Tallahassee Hrass The schooners J. J.:. l UWMon'oaml J. //.

.. pects.-About half-past twelve clock $2 per crate. Strawberries: were selling at ofor\lIge trees, 170 of which are bearIng Hand, performing solemn funeral march, A.Varrived: here on I Friday morning with
Thursday! one of the boilers at the mill of Philadelphia on the :28th at 40 to 50 cents per and many other varieties of semitropical entered the capitol grounds at the western six hundred tons of iron for the railroad.; j
:Mr. 8. J. Temple exploded blowing the other quart for good and 20 to :30 cents /for inferior. fruit trees, all of which are doing well gates and took position on the north :side of Also an assorted cargo of hay and. other

\ two boilers: some! distance from their bed, .-Jackson villf I Tn inn.Kscambta.. After supplying his hoa1'ltcr.JlIII! l'\"ellt- the monument. A largo assemblage!' had freights We are informed by the superintendent I

t and.1 making a wreck of the milt Fortunately five or more during tho winter, he shipped. gathered about the spot, and on the steps) of the road that they have iron sufficient J I

!(. the employes were just returningfrom It is gratifying to note the various/ indications 50,000 oranges The severe ('olliof lust w inter and portico of the capitol, where selected \ to finish the road to '
dinner and had not reached their various of business prosperity) which present did not injure any of his fruits. His hotel choir of ji dozen or more of Tallahassee's Thl'Rensoll for gathering \' Gaille"vlttl'I'I'

positions! at the mill. It i is thought that themselves on almost every hand. Among accommodations are ample for the entertainment bet voices conducted by Mrs. Dr. A. I. Ran- Several lots have been brought in and sold.

three weeks'!' time will be required to put the the recent moves looking to an enlargementof of large number of boarders. His dolph, together with others charged with the The demand for this article seems to bo on I

mill in operation again. Mr.[ McCarl, White, their business, we will mention that a main building i is situated upon beautiful conduct of the ('(ceremonies were stationed. the Increase. Last season about 175,0(0 !

and one other party, were painfully, but not brick building is: now ill course of construction shell mound, and fronts the river We have The exercises were begun by singing the pounds was shipped\ from this place. The
dangerously wOIllHleI.-Stal'h' ;eft' roph. on the corner of Ibiilroad and Inten- hud the pleasure of meeting Mrs.[ Jones, an i! hymn, 0, for the death of those ;" after article is:' bought at front four to /five cents ft :t I

>, .' Duval. dencia street, which will be about one hundred excellent lady, of fine conversational gifts which Rev. K. L. 'I' Blake offered an appropriate pound. Vanilla, or deer tongue as It Is sometimes

und sixty feet fl'ontand having a depthof and a splendid housekeeper, us everythingabout prayer. Hon. \IV, 11: Byrd then read called, grows! wild in the woods, and) ;
The Savannah train on the Wuycross road fifty or more feet. This improvement is the house'gives abundant testimony. the report of the Leon County Memorial Association can be gathered without stint. The poorer
,.1 did not arrive until 1 o'clock this morning, !being made by Messrs.! Harrell it ('0", who I In addition to the main .building Mr. Jones and made u brief address. At the class of our citizens engage in gathering and !I

,' having been delayed by accident to u intend moving their grist mill to the front has three or four other houses, used! by conclusion of the address the choir sang/ the drying it for 11\arket-We have time and
'. ,' freight train on the Savannah, Florida and The mill itself! will be placed in the two- boarders. In his garden he has large variety hymn, We've a home over there," and again written on t the \necessity of our planters -
Western road. The schedule of the
( '" -- new story house now standing on thc southern of vegetables suitable for this climate. after the benediction the crowd slowly dispersed turning their attention to raising sugar
: Florida Central Railroad into effect tomorrow
:. ;:' goes portion of the lot, and the extensive warehouses lie has Irish t potatoes, cabbage, I beans: etc., } adjourning to time cemetery, preceded cane. It pays! better than cotton.! We have
and in future trains for Middle[
will be the receptacle for their grain, in abundance by the Governor's: Guards! who fired a thousands of acres of h\lltlllllaph'lt to its cul i
,, Florida will leave here insteadof
at 8:15
: a. in., (flour! etc. They propose constructing also From this point it i W an eight; hours sail military salute over the graves of the dead) tivation. (lit the Atlantic coast! t, south! of St.
,.i i5:30: p. in.TIIK an elevator, which will take theirgrain from to Cedar Key. It is'' forty miles! to that soldiers, while the ladies and children were Augustine, may be found some of the /finest .
a NEXT STAII: Fun.-The annual meeting the curs and empty it Into the bins ; and portIr) and )(rs. Juices I have our thanks engaged in strewing them with How-el's. The sugar: lands. in the United. States This land
of the !stock-holders: of the State Park thereby do away with manual labor .\ for many courtesies. At (Colonel\ Jenkins': monument is a handsome: shaft of pure is covered heavily with a growth of livcoak.

:. .) was!' held, as announced( in the crane will also be Pile] of the new and serviceable house: i is located I the llomosassu! (lo:>t-oltkc, white marble, resting on square base:: of The Hoi! is of a dark loam color fl'OlI1l1t lent
., \I'i"ociation" L'/iot Thursday. 3:30: o'col'k'I'tcrlla\ oJ.\' features in connection with the es. which gives: mall facilities to sixteen or seventeen the !same, (on each side of which is a raised fifteen to twenty inches in depth Before

", .,' ."' afternoon ut the office of the !
,:.,:;:) ': review of the year's transactions was made C'o. is: one which will require a great outlayof mail twice a week. :Salt river furnishes: which in turn rests t upon\ an immense blockof large scale on this coast, but MIICO then there
,!,;f" by the secretary and treasurer, making avery money, and it is surely a veryhealthy water l'Olllllltlll il'atilllLl't'l'l'l\ Crystal and granite weighing over ANN,( ) pounds, (the has brut little or no effort mule to reclaim
: satisfactory exhibit. During the year when feel HOIuo'4:1i""a: rivers. '' ic lands along the whole surmounted )
: :a sign they sulllciently encouragedwith being by a grll'l'fullyt'hal'l'll the land for that or any other purpose. In
.;, an addition was made. to the buildings! on their business! and their prospects! to latter are in the posses,* on of three patties urn, with the face of cherubim addition to these ricli' 1 lands: thou.'llllll'lol'I're :
;;.If.;,"il1t: the grounds for a machinery and. manufact incur such an eXll'lhl'hl'lI) in operation In addition. to tlal''ieIIC .tinned, :Messrs. Platt: carved on one side. and hearing aloft the all over thin State could bo planted

;'" urers' hall, at a cost! of nearly $SOO, while the the Ill'IlunrtrR will not only he more convenient and Wheeler have Hour shing-grovcs plantedji eternal fire, symbol of 1r1l1ll0rta1iI}'. The[ in cane with good [profitW lirrnGl.Sunttei' .
; !speed ring and fences were put in thorough to the firm, being immediately on the r \'cr.'c did not see them, being !scriptions us follows\ : "
r<'pairl\lId the grounds very much improved. : tho rail road where freight can be handled pressed! for (time. 1'ro'' ihly the oldest man On t the west I side :
The following officers: were elected for then with greater dispatch but a vast Improvement Hernando county Ii"kolI'4nlt' ri\'cr-Mr.Welch To Sumter/ county hai: every variety of !soil
(risuingycar : President, Damo1lrel'nleal';; to the present barren appearance of who i is (.ig-ht>'-/illlr/ year old. HKHCT'K FHOM OIlLI'IOllNI'; I'ERI'Ktt1ATM: IN The land: is divided into three general classes:
Vice-1'resident A. I. Hid well ; ::4c'fl'tar.1.. this: locality :Such; signs of hu.illc111111 lfOllleNL"I'fUI'lIi"III'!! as ,picturesque: and THE:; MKMOIIY OK 81X'('KHUMI: ut: :VTIONH THE: the prairies, the hammocks: which are covered
Russell Treasurer, .d. C. ireeley hlmlof; IIKUOU' I'VTRIOTISM: OP Till: MKf:! OK LEON C'OlfN- with heavy hard wood trees, and n
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thrift !speak a language of t their own, and I delightful scenery as the eye! can feast: tan t'Y WHO nitlsllhl: ; IN TIIK mil WMl OK
)Directors, (7. WiNon: J. "'. Whitney, J. must: be considered, cheering. Pcnsicoht now I being oriental and tropical III ( ha ructer. HI-'fi5< dense undergrowth, which are of Inexhaustible
K.: Hart, J. Taliafcrro, McQuaid. Tucs- has two of these institutions, the mills: of I. The waters as: clear as air almost 1, abound THIS IOSl' Irs'r:; IS UUt!>HlllY: IIMIt l'utS1'1C\: fertility, and the \pine hinds are much
day, the 22l: day of February, 18S2: was fixed M. F. Gonzalez .t Co. being second to none in millions of fish, palatable and easilycaught WOMKN.On the largest in extent In the hammocks, n
for; the opening of the next annual l'XI""i.| the north side : rich vegetable mould predominates, and
( I in the country for its improved facilities and with seine, hook and gig. :Salt; liver
turn l, continue through the :23d, 2Kb and the excellent quality of the meal and flour! ontrilmtes the I finest specimens! ) of oyster 1<1111.011. FVKMIMITON! / Killer IUTTI.K OK (.'(J. they may be cultivated, year after year, with
( :2Tth following. The board of directors were UINTM, UltCICN: :; UIVIU:: IIHVVII.I.i:, l'l1l\)Ul"- the most exhausting! crops of tobacco or
ground. This house his: only very recently to the bill of fare. The lands are the richest: -. .
(ui.MissioxAUYuiiHn( \, II.IJ\I.; rnritrir, .
instructed to select from each county an made some very solid additions to its busi-: kind of IlallllllO.:k. A man who could not CAHVII.LK. KENNit\W MOUNTAIN. JO.NIVROKO.: I' cane without the slightest apparent\ \ diminution
honorary vice-president: mud. to communicate i. n ess.-ranunculi At/mllct' experience) delight among these rivers, bayous rn\NKI./S. fiC.On of their productiveness ; the )pine lands
the fact to each and solicit their contain less vegetable mutter but have
; cooperation. islands trees and the east: side. : eve
The schooner David Sinter, Captain Higgs, orange ) groves,
;.. 'fhe organization thus perfected arrived) here with of would class the garden. of Eden: as ordinary.All "lItoSlITTJ.I:*. rywhere a substratum marl und decayed
f'' J promises great success for the next fair, and iron for the Florida Tuesday Central at Railroad cargo and new i is : that t is e needed to make this region develop WltllVMPnUltiill, ".:v.t'IS:: :1. 11I,1I IOSIl. marine shells that gives them an enduring
!becomes an institution! the success of which HAUHOIt fl'rtilil-It't'lJllrg Advance
now being unloaded by llsquire English, rapidly! and blossom the traditional\ CHi.NChU.OU.SVII.M--' ; WILDr.RNKtaMfie\
the interest and
engage: hearty sympathy stevedore at the railroad wharf The iron rose, is sulllcicnt, comfortable! and reliable On) the south side : FLOllWA OllAXOr.S IX KNGLANI1.
of merchant and
( in the every and propertyholder fruit and is:' being loaded on flat cure, to be taken several transportation and a liberal al l" sit jolt of .FLORIDA VTTLIX.1'KXmrol.A :t. Thu /'<(// ..1"llturtte announces the arrival I
city, every vegetable,
stock grower in the State. We are informed miles out of the city, where it will be lands by the owners.Srooliritt t'mcent. OLI'$TEKATt'ltt1.: llllllHlK:, t('. in London of u trial box ofl"llIrlelllornn.

a that thc premium list will be a very liberalone .aid. Leon. The monument was: gracefully entwined ges dispatched from Jacksonville. They arrived !.

and chiefly, almost solely, in the interestof llcrimndo.HoMOSAhSA. We acknowledge the receipt of time first and decorated! with brilliant wreaths of flow- in excellent (condition \ journey of

the farmer fruit and stock grower, while .-Hcrnando bus! more attractive number of a new paper( published in Tallahassee ers, noticeable among which xvero one almost three weeks, only three oranges damaged, on
the hl"l'ntive1111 manufacturing genius of localities, than any other county withinour : by It. Don McLcod. It Is u well-got entirely of the must beautiful PIUIM'CS' i the route. Tho Gazette says the experiment
our citizens will not be neglel' CtI. This knowledge, and each locality bus an attraction ten up S'l'ag.li.collllill\ sheet published! the oll'ering of:MNs! Fannie I.l.rkill..ln memory is likely l to be repeated on u larger wale, and
; !list of premiums will be speedily\ published of its own, peculiar to itself.\ KmiiK'nt monthly, and devoted, to the advancement of Lee \\'(''! eult. the brother of Judge; J.I before long it I U quite )possible n thriving)

f in order that all parties: interested may know among the delightful portions: of this: and improvement of Florida. Tallahassee H. Westcott, Jr., and one. choice rosesund fruit trade may spring! up between F.nglund:
'; for what they contend, and the opportunity county, i i.s the Homosas.su river section TheHomosas.su was pretty well\ supplied 1 with newspapers) I other rare blossoms: madu by Mrs. A. Hopkins. und the Southern States The supply of oraifges .

offered to display( the resources of our Stateto river has its source from u beau before/ this new venture, and it might well and offered in memory of Captain Hithard In Florida" is almost Inexhaustible,

the multitudes In attendance upon the tiful spring, clear\ as crtaThe, \ spring i Is sing with profit following refrain : Hrullorel.-f'lurid their quality' In said! to be much finer than

ol'l'a'ion-Ir! \\'. A. Lutes!' of Montezu about twenty-four miles from Hrooksville.\ Now tlll'I'C'Jill' more of us, l.f..U. those from the Mediterranean, and if once
I na, Ind., superintendent of construction! of The stream that issues from it I is about eight One town among, t three us, The vegetable\ crops' are booming ; W*> the trade was' established thu, time of transit
the Fcrnandina und Jacksonville Railroad 1 ; miles long and navigable} from its mouth to ( I Hardly enough for one of us,) crates of vegetables were left' at Milhird'x, would be materially reduced.
What the deuce is to become of us? ,
l't Mr. Jerry Cookery I locomotive engineer, its source, f.r8'oell'! drawing three and a Who knows:?" (.laincHvllle, on Tuesday, to take thc
Tilt: ()1'1'ICL'-S1Jl'ICING I'LAGVK.
k' with their assistants numbering In all forty- half feet of water. Hall's 4&1111alt:; rivers In accordance with the procceilings"' heretofore freight; train at night:' the express bceing too

four-all good mechanics-having finishedtheir : I and other streams empty into the Homosas- taken for a change of venue in the loailed 1 to take I Ihem. The vegetable t tradeutArrcdondo I* engagements on the road, left yesterday sa. Parties desiring: to_ go down the HomoHObsa cases againsLCimarlesKtvag.uud! 11. K.: James, is so (immense that the railroad) or ur.utr.:
afternoon for their homes in Indiana. take boat at Chafe's Landing. In goingto indicted for the murder Frank: Patterson, company is forced to build a vegetable ware- The crowd of ottic("-s'ekeTs in Washington
Friday evening the colored men who have Chafe's Landing the traveler must pass the case carne up before/ Judge Vunn on Wednesday homo 29x00 feet, which is to be built at In described as: something unprecedented,
there /has been of
been employed by Messrs. Lutes and Cork- through the old Video [place, a sugar plantation lust the 27th inst., at Jasper; J, .'. OIJ'C.; also U warehouse 2OxlO feet at Mil- although.party in powi-r. The White no House change! and all
cry, went in a body to the residence of Alderman of several hundred acres of dark, rich: White' State attorney, .ao.illt'Cll.y: Messrs. H. tml.-trp to yesterday, we were Informed the departmcntsure besieged with them from
Crolly, where they were stopping hammock land, which has been thrown out H. HIackwell, of Jusjier, and I''. ,\". 1''ltC. of by Captain Chandler )Martin that over :-1.000< morning till night, and the time which the
and tendered them a serenade, to which they since the war. The yield of this land, 0.1 Madison, representing the State, and Judge crates of vegetable have been shipped nctussI.Klmlussuu mastering Prexident and the detail the Cabinet of their ought several to give depart-. to

t, re.sKjnded in very Iub tantiallllanner. Later well as of all the Homosussa! cultivatable P. W. White Quincy, and J, :Stripling': lake to take the Peninsular (rain meats, U taken up In llNtening/ to persistent
in the evening a number of the friends of land, is wonderful. The old sugar works of Madison, the defence. Several motions shipment Xorth.-(.''"'''' A'ey Jmtnuil, beggars; (or small .places und In devising
these gentlemen, with their ladies, called at and negro cabins are still visible, standing were mode by defendant counsel and over Marlon, modes fur getting rid of them. )Ir. Lincolnhas
sought relief by giving notice that he
the house! to bid them good-bye, and a band as sentinels over the grave of aute-bellum ruled by the court An atlldavit for continuance Vegetable shipments are In-ginning to bo will not see applicant: for antes, but we donut
having been procured, the tarty indulged prosperity. Opposite Chafe's Landing, across I was. then made, and the case adjourned active. About JIlt J crate, principally of hear that the I'rexldent' has adopted any
a quiet little dance, which was kept up until the river i I. the home of Hon. ('. T. Jenkins, to Thursday. On 'fhIlJ'1'llIalwru.' beans I were shipped during the week. The similar exjx-dient.) There is nothing very

about 2 o'clock Saturday morning These a gentleman, whose hospitality and generous ing Judge Vann denied) the application for : guests of the (kola I House ate cucumbers for trange I I.* utruiige In if all that this,in It the la an newspapers old utory. which What

gentlemen, during their brief stay, have impuUe remind us of"auld lang "')'110," continuance. The "State' attorney then dinner Iu.t 'I'uesalay.-Cuptulu, tieorgu'IV. tell of it, side by bide with lalUpnt.ttflJnltovetrIt
t.i made many warm friends, who regret cxceedingly The carj>entcr's saw und hammer are buy stated that on account of the short time in I Hou.ton, of Orange Lake, N dead. He had we llnd sneers and denunciations! of the
their departure The mm under there, erecting a two-story residence, which, which to try the case and do justice to other<< resided in Marion county for many years. effort of those who seek to deliver the onT
of the from this l
cera plague l.y
their control, and brought; here by them, when completed will add greatly to the matters before the court, he would a;k a continuance -Oca I a ho been honored this week with a few fcimple rulri which would keep the
'\ have conducted themselves in a manner that beauty and attract!venevt of the river. Colonel I until the special term of the court the .presence of Captain' II, K.: Maxwell, (ieneral I ollce-eekerw/ at llOlU.,.., The present state of
has attracted attention, and during their ) Jenkins' place is rich and prodiictive.andhis i commencing June 13. 141. The IIltl..1a.. :SiiMTintendcnt| of the 1'eninsular Itail- I thing has uliuoht all for' tl'Iis, a* regards
Ii four months' stay/ not onenf them hai losta beautiful young grove of fioo trees is granted and a continuance order l. The r Mi-l ; 'I Ir. F. It. "I'upy.' Uenerul Freight the community in at I urge, of a government of
I lottery, turning (ho lulmU tens of
single; day from the (effect of intemperance, looking well HU plantation 1st situated in prisoners were brought kick: to Tallaha.vie Agent ; Mr. J. W. llinhnell, civil engineer thousand! away front regular industry, and
I which alone U certainly a very creditable the hammock.and hidden by luxuriant tre,1 jail, arriving on Saturday morning, where and Mr.( Charlea' I* Liver, who will causing t them to waste money they can ill
I i#howing.-Rev. H, Harriman die I yesterday Taking a boat we will go down the rivera ,i they will be kept until the ojiung: of lilt'IIfJl"lal .take barge of the Ilt'lout| at this "pla-e. Several afford\ and timu which around idjlit; lie usefully
in hanging Washingtonam
: of congestion of the brain while on his mile and a half, 1a"ljinjtalt, river und Ma- term in June.--Flurldian. ) route have been run for the purpoHu of employed i practicing all *)rtn of base art"", ,.in order
way down the \'erOlI the h.1mertle Harry.HU son's Creek en rnule to the truly t harming '' UilIlC4TI" or TIIK MOM-SI e:)?(r Tam fur la'atiugbetleist, and a* noon as this. I U to get into places fir which they hay; nu 1'tt
remains have been prepared by Mr. Oak and semi-tropical island 'JI .Ulit'lllJ'y Mr. A. : ibxre0atTa!: J'\IJ'" LKOX C'U'ST'e' lone the building of a warehouse will bo at net*. 1'ri-Milent! (Jarfu-ld. bus tuado generalannouncement .

and will be f.rwar.lt"orth. Mr. Harriman I*. Jones which Is known a* Tiger Tail ; morial Day, 1441.I will( long be marked a" an <>tut> ..14... IU. In the meantime freight, will except for. ("UU1>e.(hat If nocttungeawill thi l t. a good and bemad t6H-
'''f we undtTktand wad connected with hlulIIt Mr. JoncV wharf, we nee the .I I:7a eventful, one. The beautiful monument just be n.vc..lllucl{ delivireil, from tier car, anal (aiinxiiiiffmcnt) tu make,, wlmere 1* tit'
the Femandina und Jacksonville Railroad, / Jf. Little. a light t<>uh*>p, which U elms j erected 1 in the capitol grounds, t., the muu- daily train* run (ruin this thite. There. 'harm Mfemhddyiin: It in u lawI" ?-N"tW::


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f I LV Tilt: S1LKXT: LAND. recommended to ou support; in support of correctly ; the top "shoes" of silver were "Xuw." paid hc, when I had finished. the slave-bolding Mates combined! } to damp
I which statements produced' from the voluminous there, but underneath them, in every one of "them three chaps is going into Ah"-loo' en and almost paralyze the spirit of that enterprise -
I Waking one morning, folds of his! silken garments lettersof twenty boxes, were bars of iron and I lead I grogshop If(1 mind jus- which, if II're'fll. was bound to
to integrity this so-called silver, and in gcntl'IIlllln't inflict blow on weilthy insurance
In pleasant land introduction and tCtlonlal1l1 Against payment keeping your eyes Inel unt a severe !
( and soundness! h firms of lIotC"tendered( to us, accepted. by us paid der this josshouse gate, Ill step off and get companies of the North ant Last,
andVfence ;ii and banks, which Ideemedsufiicient.forwe out I by us and retltHcll' forgeries, Messrs.. some of my best men"-by which. sergeant whose immense benefits In the way of spe
( had been especially{ cautiollec by the head All-why it Co. \ received in ni about fifty i intimated that he would tll with risks overtime Bahama banks constitu
i (' ofllce in London to 1)1 very careful in the thousand .1ol lars. I had felt before, the whole police force of Hankow, muster cal 1'llln overwhelming element of opposition.,
O'er your golden sand? opening of new business, and not to entertain and hope shall never feel again, the shame ing In full half a dozen. up to the time of the tatcs war,
f WP come flowing proposals of any kind unlessthur0ugh. and humiliation which I experienced when Just' before you go sergeant," I said, no serious: (' was! or could !be made to
I From the Silent hind. Iy assured of the goodness of the parties initiating I .discovered that I Iliad walked deliberately pulling out the piece of paper' I had picked open the much-needed 1 communication between
I i Whither flow ye, waters, them. To the unaccustomed eye of and calmly into 1 trap. I could have thrown up, tell me if this. is of any value. 1 can't the Atlantic 011 ali the northern
O'er golden sand? Europeans all Chinamen "ell to resemble myself into the great yellow river in my translate it, and I know you can n'alln little waters of the (5ulf of Mexico.It ( .
We your flowingTo each other, but after a one learns! to mortification( and was wandering up an'ddown Chinese" i is now but little more than two years
i the go Silent Land discern faces as easily us at home In this the passage: with my hands pressed Orthwaite took the and examining since a French company was formed Paris
Chinaman there was some trait, some feature tight to my brows, meditating some it under a lamp, expressed the most complete with a proposed capital of one hundred and '"
K'l And what is this fair realm? some peculiarity of manner, which reminded ate move or other, when there came de"I'r. lIatisfaetiolle''e got 'enl beautiful fifty millions of dollars to undertake the
\ A grain of golden Hand me of some one I had Seen before. knock at the outer door, and I let in Sergeant ," he almost shouted "This'cro's a letter opening t that great international highway,
In the great darknessOf The more Ilookllnt him the more forciblywas : Orthwaite. from the skipper of the and time}' at once proceeded to enter into
the Silent band I this idea, but I racked Well, Sergeant," I said, what news?" chang. He says if our friends jnnkoff\u. l'omlllilcltiol with the State of Florida to
my memory in vain to identify the resemblance. .There air t been such a firm as Ah-why shop don't look alive the\Vh-chang customs obtain proper\ charter. But the tyranny
THE h'IItiioi'AIf, -11'/fl'&Co, However he was so openspoken. it Co. at the house you IIIl'ntol'c to me, folk will be after the }dollars they've gotaboardyour and corruption of the large corporations rulertime
I 1 and his reference was so 1\lelllal.le. that I not fo a week," fl'plec .The dollars, gentlemen, us sure as which for the last thirty }years have
A llANKKH'fl STORY expres'clllytlcf willing to enter bllli.Ic shutters be up, 111 noabody doau't know my name's John Orthwaite. Now, please e land, end tainted the whole bcylolt
1 him and as a prelminn. nothing about theme But I tell you who I stop here ; I won't be long, and I know thatif with the "poison \'lnalt)", -
i When I was sent up to Hankow as manager ry requested that he should pay / ctrtllin did see, though and that was that ere young them chaps have gone into Ah-loo's it's aroused just in the still sound
; of the Anglo-Oriental Bank branch sum in hard scene silver into our treasury, Portygoose you used to have in the bank. to get u' little courage into them, which majority of the nation, every state constitution
., there, the compradttr or head of the native merely in guarantee; of good faith.c I saw it till. My I two compradors, and )Ia. they'll be sometime doing, I think." adopted\ within the last twenty 'eal
r', department, was: one Hai-ling. Like most shook hands cordially on parting, and in the ll'r were Ah-why & Co. The mandarin of In a quarter of an hour the sergeant re has sought to guard against that t tyranny
comprador!-men whose position demands course of the afternoon the first installment Wu.cIWU: paity to the game, and so turned with three European constables1'orkshirelnen and corruption, by retaining) the supreme
f I} that they should be thoroughly trustworthy, of the guarantee silver arrived at the bank, batdll'1 of friends who were so fond likehiinself-andthrccsmart- power to alter, amend whether any
t! well educated and I completely an fait! with was weighed cUlntet and found to be cor of looking at my treasury. Now that I was looking Chinamen. All were armed 1, and charter of I incorporation, under
[.- 11 'all, !sorts of business-he was a man of not rect. The re silver, said the partnerof pretty sure as to the identity of my foes-of the sergeant gave us a revolver each, retaining special or general laws.
it Co. would arrive before the all but the respectable gentleman who called This 11mcasnre-like all remedies
i' t' little importance. His robes were of the Ah-why ahugc navy) cutlass for himself. supreme
,f finest silk ; he smoked! the choicest Manilla closing of the balk at five o'clock, which it upon me in the first instance on the part' of .Not that we shall want 'cm gllll'll'l, resorted to in desperate cases-does in many
cigars ; drank the finest brands of champagne did, and us it was impossible to weigh and .11m-why it. Co.-I might get hold of th'l. but the sight of them may: cool 'Ol 1 instances prove as hurtful to the state us to
; his: nails were of the longest ; and count every box, was placed in the treasury but to n'gal the lost treasure was another pluck Besides, the l'rCof the junk Is' corporations, since by submitting) their very
',;;I,; I 'ids palanquin one of (the best tltrn-ont5 in with thc first installment without further to matter. I knew, however, that they had just as likely to be armed as mate ." life to an arbitrary power, it crushes confidence
.;':. t f'j the settlement, or, as it i is termed, Concession. do. )been paid in hard dollars and scene silver, fel uncommonly like I band of smugglers in their permanency,and consequentlydrives
't,. t Such a man was not to ho t treated servant! Most l'iatlfaeor'' were the relations existing which they could hardly as Yl't have had ( mel as we stood there in away that, capital which seeks not .
.;\ It ,or even as clerk, for his ext'l18 \' acquaint- lS Ah-wlv': Co., and I time to get rid of, so I instructed Orthwlleto the prcyelt\1, away our pistols mil only profitable but a safe investment. '
H.J, ante amongst the i native merchants, his long wrote home glowing '1,f the lucrative have hh ml'1 on the lookout It every talking whispers, and rather prayed for 1 It was \1h'r c circumstances that the
}?,:. t ,\ 'Experience of business!, brought him IUl'on- branch of business established. It is possible point ofl'xl. and sent a message to brush than otherwise. .011 Orthwaite was French company,, having sent their agents
j: 'I tact with me rather as a confidant and ad true that at times we advanced them large the captain of Majesty's gunboat Crasher completely!)' in his ; ho had been to Florida, were informed that although the
;':. tl viler I soon found out that he was a thorough sums, larger indeed than the Inspector would lying in the river, asking him to keep his many years in Her Majesty's navy, and the then sitting legislature would by !special act
"' k' man of business, keen and fur-sighted. have approved of had he been on the spot, ('\1 on the waterside movcncn t. : duties of dull respectable Hankow if rl'elire'C) grant them the most extensive
:; its! are most Chinamen who have mixed but they W'r' ll1ctualI'pailt, and the security Then Heygatc dined with meat the senior Iolite monotonous in the extreme tOI man franchises HII free th1 for 'enl to come
,, G much with 1 Europeans: and who have added given \ it ('0. hong, and we talked over matters together. who had served at the Orel'lIhi battery before from tiny state taxation, yet they could not
s I \ to their natural aptitude the civilizin g, {polish) seemed to do an enormous busineSS Everyday Heygatc was /thoroughly good fellow, and Sebastopol, and been third secure them against the "alteration, all'nll.
:r. !; of the West I congratulated( myself upon{ messengers!! passed I hetweell'US ; every had been an old chum of mine at Halley- man into the breach: of Taku forts. ment or repeal" of those franchises and immunities
it i: the possession of so able interpreter of days carts of bullion arrived at or departed bury. We had stuck to each other through "Now, lads( ," said he to his men, "run out subsequent legislatures.
f.1: 1 .my plans and wishes! Ilai-h og, a Macao from our doors; every day rolls of notes I our l:astl'rl careers, ant I felt towards him silently l the four l oared galey. and I steer to Upon this announcement the agents left,
.\ t i Portuguese! named i Mancro( and a tribe of amounting;, to many thousand, : dollars were' us a confidant: and l'lllal. rather than asa that junk with the dodge about and visiting Mobile and New York obtainedthe
r; r hroff/ and coolies, formed I the foreign contingent exchanged for 1 the hilrlllcal The ad\'unClI. subordinate. After we lit ou cigars I hcw'el the ships, and don't let yourselves best Il'galll\ile upon the subject, satisfying
F ( of our staff! ; whilst I and a young however 81 an extent and strolled down to the Bund, seeing; that 1el'l. I'll be after you in the pair-oar." them that any investment under Midi
.l'.! t; l Englishman named Heygate occupied theY that, satisfied as I was! with the soundnessand the watchmen were at their posts, aril that The 11 replied with an Ay, ay, Ser circumstances would only be a rash venture.So .
.' 1 European department probity of Ah-wliy it Co., I began to all was shut up securely' for wo had cljoilcdthe gl'alt., nail in 1 very few minutes \vc saw they returned to France and the prjll .
Matters progressed smoothly and well for feel (little nervous in tie event of such IIC'rlll"lItIL"I strictest secrecy upon till connected wltl th(1 pulling up against theeight-knot tide. was abandoned. However, the telegraph
,1 1 Home months, until I happened to take exception from time to startle the commercial : the bank, and were pretty sure that lS ) Very soon after the three Chinamen issued brings news that II'CSPOIIillc company i has
\) to the habit Hai-ling indulged in of world, more especially as once or .lh-wvy it Co. could, not have heard of the from the gro "llp-lot exactly intoxicated just been formed, the prompt
I introducing parties of Chinese friends to inspect twice lately' I had heard from brokers and discovery of their little game.Hankow but well fortified, ali talking with lore vociferation realization of the ship canal scheme, and,
A our new treasury, which as )being the other !of local gossip one or two lit- Bund cuts beta poor figure when than discretion. Wcjumped back whether hopeful of a change in the constitutional
1 latest and most perfect construction! of its! tie things which did not seem to show Ah- l'olparet with that which rears its magnifi into the obscurity of the temple porch, and instrument or willing to trust to the
kind in Hankow was looked upon as u sort why it Co. in so brilliant a light as that in el'lt frolt. to the river at Shalghal One end allowed them to proceed down the Bund, good sense and good faith of the people of
; t of show' ulliiir. I did not are about our which I had invested them. is bounded by the offices ali !! of the following thl'l under the shadow of the Florida) that company contemplates an earlyopening
boxes! ofsycce-silver, our dollar-bags{ and our I was talking to my('111/rflO'ln) my room various shipping companies, while the British trees. Arrived at the spot where they had of the work.: .
l .safes being exposed! too much: to public gaze, upon this subject, one givingit I consulate terminates the other extremity. tied up the sampan they found nothing but The details of their plan and the choice of
t although I knew that HuMing was the impersonation as my opinion\ that we should draw in our Between these two points Il''' ate and a hit of tattl'rl'c rope hanging to the ring, the route are not yet developed, but there
f'" of all thlt'a honest So I hors a little, when I hlll/ to him on the subject quietly. frontthat row outside. Opening\ the door, I beheld our and making plans for immediate action. It of t tremendous execrations and violent gesticulations constitute the one difficulty.
; : day his manner toward mcchajigcd ; he fhroff engaged in violent altercation with a was a calm, clear winter's night extremely)' Back they turned, evidentlywith lithe natural advantages held out by the a
,\ evidently resented my interference as imply Chinaman. All were talkingas loud us t they cold, but without wind Every sound from the intention getting l'l'uffrm the topography of the (country)" i is taken into account -
lug a want of trust in him and although ho could, and rattlingout uncouth gutturals of; the ships moored in mid-stream, from thebrilliantlylighted llYs. and we followed them, n'lllnt these advantages would point t6 the
was calmly civil after the manner of the imperturbable the"Flowery Language l'." with flashing eyes!!, rooms of the houses facing to lose sight of them for a moment. We mouth of the St. John's river, on the east, ina
I Mongol race there was! a reserve flushed chl'ek., and ;gesticulations which almost the Bund, and from the coolie dens of watched th1 descend to the water's side, latitude ( few minutes south of Mobile.
and u hauteur in his attitude which I as his: amounted to blow-giving. I inquired the native city rang out clearly and distinctly and heard them the owner of a That river, after a course of one hundred
superior olllcer felt little inclined to put up) the reason All ,parties turned on Il', ; the stars shone as they only I shinein sampan mid haggle with him. Then we miles south, through a continuous line of
t r with. One morning; he came into my private showered on me in "pidgin 1 English their the far eastern sky, Aida cold, thin moon jumped into our pair-oar-Hevgate and I lagoons not unlike Lake'IO'ri where crossedby .
f f room, and I asked me to allow n'great versions of the case threw I ray over the turbid waters of the pulling, whilst the sergeant took the rudder the SI7 canal, reaches Luke (:Jcorge, the
mandarin from \Vn-ehang to inspect the I)'t's have the /hr ff first," I said. mighty river rolling on to the sea. I I south extremity of which stands on I
treasury At first, I rather resented! Hal- So the khro/ said : "This man tale this "'e 11t walked up and down more thanan I"'ait a bit, gentlemen," said he ; "I straight line about seventyumiles due east
ting's s impertinence in touching upon a sore no belong good note;. showing le pl<,ce and were turning to go home at want to sec them start, and then up with from the little bay of Cedar Key, the 'present
I HUl.Jl'dbut; ho explained( that the Wuchang of paper 111l')". "I talkec he : it belong the consulate end of the Bund, when we the boat !" terminus on the Gulf of the completedor
mandarin was really distinguished person, number one good and that we no makey hl'lrel'oil'l's close by us. "'e listened, ant Very soon a sampan glided out from the partially completed railroad to Fenian-
and that it might lead business!! ; sol granted pay l bad notes 1 t this side." the words Bank," .1 leygate," and my Iwn mass of vessels lying alongside the quay and dina.
,p: 1 the I Ir permls l rion. The party ta 'l'llllloll "Ami I say, sir. put in the affronted Chi- name were distinct "'I could( not see the proceeded up-stream.. Dodging amongst the The St. Johns, already navigable for vessels
time-so Heygate told me-and were loud man, that it belong bad note. No can speakers, but frol the sound of their voices: ships, we fetched Wu-chang shore unobserved of eight feet draft down to Lake George,
:'t: in their expressions: of wonder and admiration makey pass in that, native town. 'SposeI guessed that they were on the mud beach and sometime before Chinamen ; would, however, require deepening at its
t at the strength and ingenuity with waltehel bundled dollars, that Chinaman in under the Bund'wall, Clinging to I sort of the galley lay snugly hanging on by its boat Atlantic mouth-ata.sk offering but comparatively
which our treasury was! built TliccoiiiiH-iHlvr native town talkec: No can-belong hat instinctive hope that we were on the point hook to the side of I big junk, and we were few riOculi'lanc the real
: .. entertained them at his rooms! and they note.' of discovering something new about our soon by her side. "'c waited saw the sam work would only 01 1 l'1( the canal I
j; went away with much hilarity, gesticulation I Well, my friend," said I, .if you thinkit bank affair, we crouched down and worked pan drift silently town towards the junk would strike across the peninsula in u westerly J
f and chattering. I is 1 bad note, take another, and don't let ourselves gradually to the Bund wall. Hey- with the red light, voices as: in challenge direction. Supposing that sOle use I
Its granting this permission I imagined us have anymore disturbance." gate, as the smaller man, looked over. He and reply, and observed the three Chi might be made of the little river-Waka. we
\ that matters! would perhaps assume a more The comprador gave himanothl'r note from waited about live minutes, beckoned to me, Iln'nllmu on board Then came the rattle believe-which, empties into the bay of Cedar
'.., cordial aspect between the cumjirailur and a different box and he went away, not without and pointed to n sampan, or small boat, wlnlla"s, all we knew that our op Key, the extent of the canal wOlilll nevertheless -
( myself; for although) one may have even a turning it over and over, however, as if grollll'll on the mud, and to the three fig arrived. be not less than seventy -
: contempt for u man, if the daily course of Ill suspected further fillliiay on our part If HII.llg. his successor, and the partner We dropped alongside, made the boats fast, miles-but the uniformly'level character
{, : ones lire runs much: in the same grove as Alter a few Chinamancame of Co. They were talking in and jumped on to the junk At first we of the country the swamps and lowlands
a 1. his, it I is always! disagreeable; for it not to run in, and there was further altercation ; pidgin Jngl1h." as do natives! of distant thought there would be 1 shindy, for several Ih'r\ninJ would not unlikely be
I' smooth. My I astonishment, then may be then another and another, until the little parts of each other and so' animated very ugly looking fellows, armed to the teeth, made \ the progress of the work
I. I. imagined, when, the very next morning, vestibule of the bank was tilled with an angry 11.1 ahsorbimmgwas! their ('On'l''atiol rmi toward us; but the apparition of the big Upon! this itinerary-allowing for all the deElections -
) I. Hai-ling tendered his resignation with many clamoring maul This was more than that they did Tot notice a slip of mine which sergeant with his cutlass, and of our revolver of 1he sea route, Mobile would be a
: I" expressions! of sorrow and distress!, and still an accident, so I rushed into the comj>mdi>r', very nearly precipitated me on to their barrels, checked their ardor "'e caught within at most :3S miles from the Wllt'r
further when the Portuguese; clerk Mancro department seized the, note boxes. ."'ho hl. ll, We listened with hrlthlesslllterlt. )Ir. liat-ling and his successor just as they entrance of Cedar Key, and adding ;0 miles .j
I t'ollow\Ill1ult. and stated his desire to quit prtscntelthese notes for payment?'* I lk'l1 and learned that Hai-ling's successor had were slipping over the side of the junk into through the (1111 and 100 miles down the
t, our service. I thought it strange' ; )paid them' "The messenger from .\li-wIY'('o., been telling them of the scene at the bank the sampan. )Ir. .1h-why tried the same I"t Johns, Mobile vessels would in less than '
their salaries, together with the customary lheans! ver. whl'l the forged) !notes were discovered, and dodge also; but I caught bun with one hand miles reach the Atlantic coast in a latitude
( I : leave-taking. ; lkum-shaw," amid set to work I started back 1IIII'l'pluh'tlh.wh itCo. that they were concocting a plan of escape, by, tho arm, and with the other by time pig- only a few degrees south of the entrance -
} I to replace them. Applicants for the vacant ." 1 examined every note. The up.c We helrtmlch about a certain large junk tail, whfh. coming oil in my hand, enabled ut'the Suez canal into t the Iellerra-
d I \ )post of ,coiniirador,. arrived in l'row.I'4-lIIl'n 'Illnt and I could not detect tho I off Vu-chamtgandofwhich me recognize in the disguised Chinamanour near ; thus saving more than tKX mil'
If. i who could\ do everything, who mull.Imilt, slightest flaw in (thl,but I knew that what the movements were to be ruled by signals '. late Ian<,ro! No wonder when the route through the BahallllStris., aid
I every known language; who possessed every my lit,' practiced eye failed to see, the keen from the Hankow shore. Was it not very he first appeared in my private room at the avoiding the dangers! expenses iICid"lt !
f ,' necessary qualification\ ; unlit was with !some a native, ever on the alert for deception possible, I thought that this junk which, : hal k, to Opl'l tliebusimiesseonnectionon behalf on that route.
difficulty that I mado: my selection. Finally arid t'uulla)", would detect in a min probably bad our dollars!' on board, was to of the great firm cmf.th-why it Co., that But whatever point may 1 be selected, Mobile r
,.' I pltl'lu'tIIlJlun a benevolent-looking old ute. convey them down the river out of fl'Ul1 of I was struck by his resemblance! tosome one 1 cannot fail to be largely the gainer bv :',
1" gentleman, who had served, so he said-and .Voutn't'tl see that they Wl'r' not j justice? I l'luJ.llot recall it, and, unless the present destination of the .;
p so, curiously enough; amongst other great 1111 I Ilskt 1 ,' prudur. Every minute was of value to us, so I The agony of the three men at thus beingche'knmateli railroad centering towards her should be .,
t{ p men, said! the mandarin from Wu-chaug Mr, he replied with unrullled dignity. whispered to Heygate to slip off to the bank, i was at once pitiable and ludi- strangely)" perverted, she would become the '
5 I for many 1 years as cow;>rai/ur in a European .'Spo.se lan pay in large lot of notes, about which I knew-Orthwaite was lurking, I crtiu5I'e tied them together in corner natural 1 shipping' point for all the grain of
It Hank which hud broken up.) And so, again no l'11 see if each one belong ploper." M tel him of our suspicions, and to bring I and put an l English constable over thl'T the West seeking} the European markets.
settled, I forgot Hai-ling and Mancro and Well," I said, 1 we must pay these fellows us. As Heygate crept away, the ('lockI I and there\ they sat, writhing and moaning As such shipping i taint, she would bo far
f the past altogether and keep every note." on the Bund struck 1'lercl; the moon was and crying like whipped children The crew more con\'cni"lt to the American producer fund
j j'': I The new roHj;,rm/u/-who might have passed Full of wrath anil disgust I retired to my down, and thick darkness settled over the of the junk seeing us: in such 'indisputablejKissession 1 Kuroieuii: { consumer than New Or- .
J for an archbishop so bland and m room and called in Heygate, We consulted 1 scene I waited, watched III"tl'IH't1 The ,yiehde'without any furl her bother. Iuns.; for a vessel entering the (hilt at Ce '
was his demeanor, so majestic and deliberate for u long time together, and finally resolvedto partner of All-why .t Co.- lS ('al Heygate went ashore to lodge in formation dar Key, bound for New Orleans, would 'j
his movements was an excellent man of send for the i EUrpt'11| sergeant of police him for greater. t'lvcllllcl'hwh at the British consul's otlice. while I, have! ,run nearly: three degrees: south to !
l f business, and wo gut on capitally together. Sergeant Thomas Orthwaitc, abuse York- laced what Yt e aid to be a map, and-Ir. with the others, remained on board. find the Mississippi ( and then to ascend ,
t 4 ili o well and smoothly In fact did mutters! shlrt'lIIal. ap|>curcd in due course of time. this with the aid of small paper lantern: At daybreak w(commenced the operationof over ninety I las river before moor-
I 'work that I felt myself quite justisticd In I 1.lok here. Orthwaite," I saidhen tho the three men Jrl'tIIUll argued for several searcfiingthe junk Beneath a cleverly.contrived ing to her wharves.Of '.
,t taking u fortnight's trip to Shanghai. So I )big man had settled himself on to the ex minutes Finally, they seemitsltoagree layer of wine tubs and tea chestswe : course Pensacola would claim her share :
t l'; 1 left spent jovial time in the J.ay'upilal trcmeeigeof lhesumallestehairintlieroom. u plan ; the m.ip: was shut up and U\ln\ found the dollars! and sy' silver, justus I of tls t trade; but tie has not thus far the .,.
t1 nud In the country adjoining, and returned I' c't'\ rather u nasty business on hand made a move toward the sampan.. It was an they had been taken from us, save that (' communications with the grain-pro- ;
f.f tl) Hankow m early 1 la December.i Talking to I lure I want you to go down to thc mules anxious minute for me, as I was alone, and clumpy attempts had been made to erase the dueing: country possessed by Mobile. j
,11('.nlatl', who (had been in charge: during of Ah-why it Co., in the native town, keep imagined that they were about to slip out of bank's marks and numbers. Yet, until a tW lt .-two feet depth is,1
i 111)' absence, asked him about the new cow your eyes about you and report if anything my' grasp; but, unarmed as I was, 1 made To cut a long story short, I[alJllg and his renchet over Dog river bar we cannot ex-
.k 'prad, unusual is gIing'un Ih t ere. Don't show your up my mind to prevent their l'lbarkatiol coniuinioiis| \\ereturnedovcr mercy receive at our whan'l the _,
"1\1fit Well," says Heygate ho seems n good self too much, but dodge amongst thee'rowd tit any}' "t. So I raised myself, one knee, of the Chinese court of justice' and wouldcertainly 1 large ocean steamers! and sailing ships'present engaged '
? i sort of fellow, understands Ids work and in ordinary clothes," ready to spring out.. To my intense rdiefthl' never ha\'l seen another sun rise in that trade; but, if our people 'P
t all that, and apparently has u lot of intlu- ".\1 risht.sir," said Orthwaite. \' hauled the sampan higher out of the but for the intercession of the British consul true to themselves.and the true toils are "
; care over tho Chinese merchants here; but ".\111." said! I I. .1 if you should tl't one of mud l. made it fast to I ring in tho Bund wall, and ourselves John Orthwaite rceh'N avery greatest interests, the required natiol depth of i
I J tterlyhe'has been drifting into llai-litigu tll!'rtllel'1.ou! know the man 1 mean and slowly puvscd along the shore towardsome substantial reward for his services, and will be oMalll before either water the
: g old) habit of asking his kith and kin and his \h 111)01tl'l)' but firmly to step up here steiw "by which they would ascend to only regrets one fact in the buinls-that Panama or Florida ship canal shall have S" .
!f' mandarin: friends: to see our treasury I told) ) and fact bring him with von" the Bund. there was no fighting. Heygate and I become an accomplished <
lit -: him about llat-Ihb, and he seemed mmhu'urprie Tho worthy sergeant saluted and' left tho Directly they wt'J out of hearing, Ijllpl'i pull together, and are often culled sti But should this fail! rort not turn
111.t oI.l saying that wo ought to be proud run I. tlOWI, (cut the rope( and sent the tell the story of 1(ai-I ingChatnbrra' Journal eyes toward the magnificent,harbor viiI our f ;
I of being able to attract such notice and that "Meanwhile," I said to Heygate, "tell the sampan drifting down the rapid stream. el 1 for us within less than thirty-rive pro "
J' 1 i'f we knew what delight! it gave to his simnle } cum/"'ader I want to see him. This done. I was t'nunblllgII the Bund MOISILK .1 FLORIDA SHIPVAXAL. from our wharves and which mit' <.
it rustic friends, we would not be so partitular Heygate went out,and rt.al'I..lrl..1| the next Ib"lin. when 1e'c ( It of 1 whitepaper .U'I reached. overland direct from ) f
e'I However, I gave him to understand moment with a ral'l'IXprt I\Hfthc blankest on the ground; striking I latdl. I a branch of the New: (Orleans road Mobile within or bv fl
j' ti that we. didn't like it; so now he is all right astonishment, "The cun pra/lur be taw that it was a letter written in Chinese II precedent studies on the Panama: canal less than twelve miles from the ,
?l, "' : found," said he. characters Ult. although it was Hebrew to ani the\ Tdluantl'lc railroad reference has I. ? Where, are the men of that devpctt water .
I ,Somehow; or other, I did not think it was "l'n't be found!" I t''hot't1 Nonsense. me. 1 f, .-. I up and put it in fay j* eket.scarcely II'l'l | rtaiK-e, as an auxiliary who, railroads luut generation :
nil rght. and told .Heygate t keep a sharp Shut every)' door, ullllol't a soul in or { head 1 reached the\ Bund l when[, I Hey- element of success, of a ship canal across I infancy. boldly\h(1 projected: were the Cedar yet in their .z
Point ; i
out. with him Orthwaite. Florida enin ula. .
lok gate returned bringing the )< road, whose levelled bed and :;
I: 'iU'iv d ly't a5er' .very "t'I.h native None of the\ rovfts who sat cowering in a The lantern *' li lift rayed \\hll'bul The conception of that project dates back ments, rotting under feet ruined fr
p"tl! "n tit *w i'.1111.1: i at 1IIIr h)' Ids corner im; :"sivt" nncncrgrticutul irritatingly of the three t rtiinuiueii t11t1 over fifty years-even farther-and has everenlisted appeal, in the name of our the so eloquently ,
He mid that j cul'ii.i mill I tell about him euttimedtrk the ardent 'past, to the
iiiwir, and \.ir mite us IU'thlll w .'favuriugourmnvements sympathies of the mercantile of' the present to and mel
Iu wa h ,iKirtwr in a great native firm, styliaj except Hut he had I left tIl. about ten As we welt. I i..ld the sergeant all that we world, chierly since 1819. when Flor 'hr, instead" of b up I do their duty?
tli'lf : tit Co., and made overturw 11llh'l"f"fl'} (akin* hU keys with him. had scan, an.I what 1 had done. Not a man ida I became I member of the American general{ government supinely Inking' from the
5 f. \Iw1 on rather an extensive 1Ve examined the .ily,'r in the tre '--vIHvhllv *- to in my w.ird", ho expressed (complete aj'- \1101. doled out more with scanty view) allpro\rlatonl.\ t.
aailJIihuuse II he said. had connection I the :t installment of Ali-wby it l>.\.il and delight, by sundry) grunts and The :h""I'of capital at the+ South-the satisfy public a '
at all the China (tt cart:, and l Ill hall btHMl I l'",'. ,ft'IIL"i lt>nf\. Every.: box weijhe I t .'umetidouy.lalu on the chits t. l.n1u.lll'and jealousies of the five against the \\t-st: all impatience:llt1w ,t why and not show appeal them to



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that at nn expense of loss than two nn.la Kailroads.IMi !' 1 ORIDA CENTRAL: RAILROAD.Jvck 1. Iloolts"" ami S IIIonery. I I For Tampa and Krj 1Ycrtr

half millions they can secure the finest and ---- -.-.-- .. ..-.. ---- .-.. vt\
safest harbor in the world For it is a his. :: GAUD o\vtnr, Fi.\., March Ill, P topical fact that since the first settlement at T On and after this date Trains on this Road rr.\ I1Ste'I""hll."" C'O'S IIMi.CAKUY1NO .
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its OF THK will follows ---- --- --
mouth on Dauphin Island, over one him. run us ; Wholesale.and. UdallnOOliSS..OXI.U'

Bred a and vessel sixty within years her ago land-locked there I is no. waters recordof ATLANTIC, ItT LI' & WEST: INDIA TRANSIT DAY PASSEXOER: (Excm: SIM I1.\\ .) .

having perished! from stress ofw'atll'r.'n RAILROAD, Leave Luksonville 1111.1111.S:4):: \. M. : ,
when within less than sixty days: from the IAMVC Haldwin .. !11:10>:: .\. M. a:1::1
time when these!' lines are penned-about PEXIXSULAR: I RAILROAD, Leave Lakl' City .11:33.t.::\: M. And .MI'SIC. :

the early part of I''hruarInIthere swept ( UWe/o/ llmnch,) Leave Live Oak. 1 LtH: \'. M. .
over her: surface for live days the most terrific Arrive Savannah........ ............ .""I.) 1'. M.lx 5'!) WIST! )11 l VY .S TII.T.: :.
storm ever known in her history. Yet ANt 'avc Savannah 800: ) .v. M I. ;
Till:: U, :Js. MAIL
although many !ships' of the largest! size: Leave Live .:; r. M.lAave I
were then loading at her lower anchorage I'KUNANDINA JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. : : lake ('its 5:111:I 1'. M.I JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA.) )
all the damages !sustained were limited ton AMVO lUldvvin.. 705: r. M.
French bark losing her anchor, and running Arrive at Jacksonville\! S0"t: v..111. ONE of above (' and elegant, Stcnme 1 'r .1
tho ]Line will leave C'edar. Key
foul of and few
Norwegian ship
a :
-- timbers breaking loose from alongside In Jtftit March Kill,, 1881. MAIL AND E: 1'1il'4S: (DnLeave. .\.) every Monday: at 1 1j(1:( p( m, for 0 3Tainpn 3

another French bark the whole not amounting .Taiksonville.... .;:10:: r. M.
to three or four thousand dollars.! Compare lA'ave White 1I01l l'. (Iil:15 r. M. .t .Sc'hool Itoolts n tipccinltJ''t5ZRIxcr .llaiiatee. ".

this with the losses of life and property r.oixu SOITII.Leae : Leave 1Ial.lwill......... .................... ion: r. M. And llraldeiitowii, )
that storm in other sections of the and Oeeaii Steamboats.!'
during ,(';"(' Ia rhy'i Ill 7:25:: r. M. \
country I rernandina........................10.:'to\ a.m. Leave Sanderson. 807:\ I'. M. .. .. -- .- and every Monday and Thursday at 400: ,
Let that spirit of self-reliance which has I IAMVIHart's Hond..1 t.'l() a.ni. lAMveOlustee) \ s. 1:11': M. .T.t7.. II 0 U CX i.ixi-n\: p. iii. for
carried the Southern people through so Leave Cullahan........ ......... ......... 12.1": a.m. Leave 31 t. l'U rril.. SUM: : r. M. (
many dire trials., manifest itself by prompt Lea\e Dutton............ ......... .........1'-'..">l a.m. Arrive Lake City...... !(1:10':: I'. M. _. Pimta ICas"" Mu and UC")' IVest.Connections .
action, and while still confident in the final LeaveUrandvl5ram.il ................. 1.1111.111. Leave Live :2::11i .v. M. t1-.....
realization of her harbor improvements, let Leave Haldwm .................. ......... 1.:14.1'.111.' Arrive Tallahassee: inl:<> v. M. (:; :;-' I'
Mobile, like Mahomet with the mountain, ]Leave Mavville\ .......................... 2.151'.111. Arrive Albany......................../.10: 15 \. M. ( made: at Cedar. Key with the: '
go to the !IOO: .\. M. r. Florida Transit Railroad from and\ to all j
bile-Mobile ll<'givtrf.ICeal Leave Temple's........................... :3.10) 1'.111. Leave Savannah:: ... I 1\0::\ r. M. -.L'!. T :"""'!"' t-:: points North and We-st ; at I'lInll1:0:1: \ with, l
..-. ..---. -. . .- Leave Starke.1! $ pmi1. Ix'ave Albany .. 4:(00 r. M.1eave I. Meamer 1 for Fort Micrs I Fort Og,11'1I. and .n
INfate. Leave Thurston ...... .................... '<.30 1'.111. Tallahassee ....1..1..1..1......... 545: a'. M. Pine Level :.
-.--- ---- ----- .-..--- Leave Waldo......... ......... ............ :3.54\ 1'.111. Leave Live Oak................. 2.15: .\. M. U.S.. :MAIL STiAM: SUITS 'through Tickets are on sale nt Funanelina '
Leave Gainesville\ ......... ............... ...4\: >.m. Leave latke City :3:50 .v. M. Jacksonville, Gainesville, and\ Velar ..
FOR SAMI Leave Armioiulu ..............11........ -r.0,{ '.in. Leave )It. (Carrie\ .. 4:1:H .\. M. Key, at greatly roe\hi ceil rates, (for all\ principal I
Leave Uatton........ ......... ...... ...... Mo >..m.Leave lA>aveOlustee. .1.1\: ( .v. M. Will leave Cedar Key (points on "tho Gulf Coast! ,
Archer.............................. .r.W: >..m.Ijeave Leave :Sanderson..1..11.: .............. 520: .v. M. J. M. GALPIUN. Jen'l AI;'t t,
............. ++ 4+ : Dronsion ...... .... >.m. Leave Jarbyvllle... 555: \. at 1.
++ Leave Otter Creek.................. ...... f 0..">S p.m. Leave I laid\\iii...
I A DESIRABLE: 1I0'rIa. I Leave Rosewood...... ......... ........... 7.3.11'.111. >ave White H >use.. 705: .v. ar I. .(SAVANNAH, FEIiNINI)1NA'Pc: ] !
:: Arrive Cedar Key........ ...... ......... 8.15 p.m. Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7.50: A. M. ..

::---- ::: UOINU J.OKT1I. On Mail and Express: Train Sleeping Cars KEY; WEST AND HAVANA: ANH ,

Situated directly on the Railroad, Leave Cedar :Key.......... ............... US a.m. run through to and from Jacksonville: and EVERY; : OTHER SATURDAY. ;cr-JACKSONV11,1,1-tttt:
Leave )Rosewood.......... ...... ...... ...... (554 a.m. :Savannah: ; also, Luoas Sleeping\ ((1ars run ,
Leave Otter Creek....................... 7.43: a.HL through to and from Jacksonville: and Tal -+. .................. ...... ................. ......}.
IN ONE: OF THE: Leave Hronson ...... ......... ........... 8.123 a.m. lahassee.COXNEC.TIOXS.. J
Leave Archer............................. 8.51 a.m. .-At Baldwin with A., 0. AW. PARSONS & HALE: Agents i TIIItOLTGII LINE: i i ;
Leave Batton ..................... ......... (Ml a.m. I. '1'. 1:. R., for Cedar Key, (;Jainesvilhand \! -13t: Cedar Key, Fla. : f1.\
............... ......... ../.t
HKALTIIIIST PARTS OF I'LORll>.A. Leave Arredondo .................. ...... !11.24> a.m. Fernandina and all points North and ----- --.-- --.----- -+ l
Leave Gainesville............... ......... 9.40mt.1mi.() Leave Waldo .................. ........ ..1037 a.m. :-U\'I\III1Uhl\lIt: all )points North and West ;i \1.\ ;
For address. ; Leave Thurbton....... ......... .....10.5S' a.in. at Jacksonville\ with :St.: Johns \River Steamers. S'I'IJISIIIII.'N': .
particulars !
Leave Starke............:............. .....11.11 a.m. J. S. lt'EI.IWYV. SEA ISLAND 110UTE
FLORIDA MIRROR. Leave Temple's..........................11.17 a.m. \ \DAVIDSON, Master Trausp'n. -
53-tf Fernandina: Fla. I Lcavc14twwtey' ............. ..............11.31 a.m. :Superintendent.JACKSONVILLE: I .
Direct Line to Xt" York.
Leave Maxville ......... ...... ............12.10p.m. Only "
j TIII FIOICII I A-aveHrandy: Brunch............ ...... 1.11".111. ] : UAILo.U.I. !: TIm I;
: ,eave: Dutton ............................ 1.2S p.m. INLAND STEAMHOAT: CO f
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Fernandiiia ( A.MVO Callahan....................... ... 2.0.11'.111. M .V8TI:II TllVNsroUTATIoN's OFFIt'I') :, J I ii "
TOWS : Leave Halt's Road: : ............. ......... :2.5! p.m. T.\1.1.\1I.\ I4Ef:, F 1.\., February: .", ISM. j :

Anive rernandina ...... ............... :3.42p.m. On and I after Monday'| February :2, ISsn {I

Trains daily, except Sunday.PEXIXSULAR isyehger trains of this road l will inn as fol
.- la y, vi/: THE: FINE: STEAMSHIPS,
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"'I:S'I'I'nx: TI\AS:
Towns on 1C. 1C. .
((4l'l//r I ) JiiHiillt.) Leave ( Chattahooihee..daily at.... 200( ) iM.. ('.\1'1'. HINES I i ANn
And ( ("dur Key. ]Leave Quiney..1............. ...... :3'22: I'. al I. i

dOIVJHOfTH.Leive Leave Tallahassee: ..........,... ...... (H i (00. i-. M.LeaveMonticello
r : 11'ahln.lunction................. 4.0<) pul.j : [ ..........,... ...... 7 10 I'. M.Leave RAILROAD. :,
Leave Santa: IV......... ......... ......... .1.30:: j'..m.Leave ( Irvenytlle..j.; ..M:\ CAIT. I RISK.ONE : r 'TOAll f
I Ha\vthoine: ....................... 5.10 I {'..m.Leave Leave MaelNon. : ......... ......... ...... !U> 'fll'( M.
Offers to Lessees and. Pwichaters a large : Loihloos.i.......................... 5.5(1' ( j .111. Leave Live Oak...... ........;j.. .,... 215.1.: M. of't the above) SteMiners I : will butt ToliitH North und Went" f
number of the most eligible and desirable: Arrive Orange Lake.................... 0.35:; l'..in.OOINCI .\rri\'(' ...... !U MH' A. M. lumli I lor' New York every Thursday
Arrive! : ( ...... Ii 55 A. :lr.rrlc on ariival uf'1I1'l1'tIIOClII trains+ from
!ats, snitable for lUisiness Purposes, or forCity 'M>imi.Leave .\ a\'allllah..t. .....1025: A. M. Jacksonville: and Cedar Kl'Y.'J'II offering comfort unrivaled, u .II'Jvhtl'ull'nil! ; .r

or Suburban Hl''i.ll'II'I'I. Orange Lake ..................... 7.15a.m. derive \ ". ..h.1.: : ; M. line, having no transfers: to make over a strictly"l'II/'ry.inland water-course, full efinteresting
Arrive Halilwin...............r ...... II."I! :! A. m1. l between : !<
Leave Loehloo-a............... ..... ..... 1'1..111 11.11t. ; The PVLUI: Hn\: FH.: ...
UPOX EASY: TERMS.Liberal [ Leave Hawthorne........................ !)M5 a.m.Leave Arrive Jacksonville.......... ...... 7 fiO) .v. M I.
Arrive Fernandina........... ...... :3 40 i'. ar. FEHX.\ llX.\[ AND! XEW: YORK
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Santa IV......................... !)tr amim..Arrive //ItiIA ,
Arrive Gainesville ............ ...... r 011'.
Discounts i on Values allowed\ to U Ido.T 11I1d iOl1............... 10.15 a.lII. M.
Arrive Cedar Key .............. ....1. !)30) : 1'. M. Oilers: the Captain( JOHN FIT/.CII:itvi.n, :
parties! engaged in manufacturing or industrial Trains from Waldo to Orange Lake and return
enterprises> who will\! erect on the prop- : on Tuesday, Thursday :and Satin! \'day.FERXAXDINA PASSENGER: TRAIN! WEST:; HOUND. IIEST AND CHEAPEST: TRANSPORTATION ) fAM t
erty purchased 1 substantial improvements I.i
for residence in which to conduct their ---- -. .. Leave Jacksonville! \ ....,,..lai1lit...... 5 :30 r. at I. '
or ( TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS.Vegetables 1
business.i Leave IVrnandina: ............ ......1030: .\. M. CITV' or ititii><; r/ro: >.
INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS : .V JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. ] : Leave Gainesville; ........ ..... ...... \002A.M.: (aptam ---,
: and Finits will iccelve :
i by exe .ption for a term of years from L'II\ ('l..tar. Kc-y .............. ...... .J :30: .\. M. in handling.. : :specialcaic
taxation I. ollered by the several cities and Leave Haldvvin ......... ........ ...... 71M.> I'. M. ]Leav'e Jackson v'i Hie every Monday\ ,Wednesday 1 f
'\ towns. at Leave Luke City ......,,....... ...... !9' .W i'. M. ; and Friday Steamboat lx prt'ss,11l.: .
In Itfut: Ai'nl 20th, 1881.1I0lSI' I/euve Savannah ............... ...?. 4 :30 1'. M. a. 111.
?O'Orticeior. Death & 7th sts., Fernandina. Leave Live 1" ...... :2 15 .v. M.Leave FIRST-CLASS.!: 1.<'Fernandina by Steamer Florida, on .,

16-t f Madison ................. ...... :351 A. M, arrival mil.'I'rui11.Arrive .
----.- SOrril. I Leave (Greenville...........,.. ...... 430A.M.: The t tiave'ling i.nhlic are ollere-d l I the advantages at Savannah\ every '1'ucsdmtyThurs-
TIII: rioicu Leave Fl.I.lHtllllina..1) a.m. .\, <*>.:'iO p.m. Leave Monticello .............. ...... 500. A. M. of'IL DIRECT) ( LINK:, WITHOUT) day ami :Saturday: 8 u. m,
Leave Hart's lluad..1 1.J.: i 1\.11I. iV <11.0. p.m. Arrive Tallahassee ............ ...... 7 IH) A. ma. ANY CHANGES.\: ( 'UIIII'I'lIollol: made atFcrnandinu Clone ('OIlIl'I.tlOI1 made at Savannah with
!n AND IMMIGRATION' COMPAQ- Arrive Jacksonville..12.50 p.m. it 7.2<) p.m. Leave Tallahasse.............. .... 8 :30 .\, M. with all steamboats fur all Palae-e Steamships( ) of the OCEAN: STEAMSHIP ;
LAN Leave (lll lllT.................... ......10 (w I .\. M. )points: on the St. .Jol III'::01, (Hklavvaha, and COMPANY; every Wednesday' and
OFFERS I.OIMJourii.. Arrive Chattahoothee .1 ......11 :30\ .\. M I. Indian \Rivers, and with the Transit: Railroad Saturday, fur New York Also with Hoston.Il.illlmore .
Leave .Tacksollville..H.30 a.m. A: 2.4r )i.m. at Fernandina for all railroad .stations: and I Philadelphia. (' steamers! mind
UOOOOO Leave Hart's Houe1.U.! a.m. .\.m. and Gulf ports in FloridaI'IIiIII'l' with! all rail lines: to all, points North andWest.

Of the most Arrive l'ernandiua..10.20. a.u1..A 4.35: ".m. At Live Oak daily with the Savannah, .
Florida and Western Railway to and horn :: AND! PASSENGER: RATES; For StateRooms! and Through Tickets,
Double) Trains daily.CONNECTIONS..
Savannah, und all Nnrthc.ni/ ", Eastern and AS ]LOW AS HY INDIRECT) : LINES.: : apply to

LVMH IN THE Western Cities: ,
I At Luke City daily with the Florida. Central .7't "Tlarollglt Rates and Hills. of leading I.t".c' &V Aldcii'M 'FonrisitIncest
l STATE OF FLORIDA, : Railroad to anil from Jucksu11willc,4t. to all points

I At only $1.25 per acre to new settlers, with AT IFKMMIIM..\., Augustine, Palatka, Enterprise, amid\ Landings For passage or further Information, apply' .IUl'kI'lClII\'i\-'orlu'r\! of Day and Ocean)
the St. Johns Rivtr. (tll Stretts St. Uj.lIf'1tltll'-Mux 'HUomlield's!
on ; ,
I the privilege of selection! in parcels: of 40 With New York and Fernandina Steamship At Haldwin daily with the Atlantic, Gulf R. W. 1"00iTJlWlCJI'llt! near the I'o!lU.

I acres or more. These lands are located on Line from New York mi Wednesday, at and West India Transit: Railway to and !from Fcinundinti.C. I i I Hughes'[ ; )Drugstore ; Firnandimi, I': IIImt
and adjacent to the line of the 10..MI: \. m., and for New York on Thursday IVrnamlina, Gainesville! Cedar Key and II. MALLORY\ it: ('O., Hotel. i
alter arrival of afternoon t trains. with "steamers( for Tampa: Key West and l'it'r20last: Ih,er. New York. 2tiNIIJiylllt GUSTAVE) :; : LEVE.: ":
ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST IXIH.TItAXHl'f .\ With Georgia; and Florida Inland Steamboat Havana.At --- ---- ...__. -... -.. (;('11'1 PasH. Ag't Sea I Mand: Route
o Co.from Savannah on Tuesday, Thursday J. HARRIMAN[
( 'haltalaoodl'c three time-s wctkly with N. ,
: N( III''HII.I.aTII :
CO.'S R. R. and Saturday 1 for Savannahon Monday
: ; the People's Line and Central Line Bouts to ll-'W Manager
S Wednesday and Friday. and\ :from Columbus' Eul.iula: Fort Gaines, ---- --- _. .
extending from FERNANDINA; ) on the Atlantic With Charleston Steamerfrum Savannah .Apalae ('ula, and other River: landings.JUT I F. STKAMHWST. ; t'r 8'1'. MARY'S RIVER! :
to CEDAR KEY the Gulf coast and Charleston on Wednesday and Sunday; : and Parlor (io ,. -- ..
em Elegant Sleeping .ad1l'H. -- -. .-----
: A<;KIT / IOJIIM.\Y,.
fir Savannah and! Charleston [ und )
thus affording to the producer cheap, constant Monday 1V'oo.lrnll'amid Lucas l'a/ltrllll( daily !between STIAJI .
Friday. { JOHNS ; ; (1'I'1' "OIX'I' } -' "-"-"'' '-" \mrS -
Tallahassee' ami Jacksonville.irjuiek "* I
and rapid transportation to the best With Steamer Flora from St.: Mary's River .$. time, sure oniuttion perfectsafety. .....---- *------*
markets. Landings on Wednesday und Friday ; for mHi.1t1.11'1': Slfe
The hilt of country traven I by the Transit St. 1\urv'I .liver landings on :Sunday undWednesday. 20-tf Master( TransjM rtati jn. kA I { 4

, R. I:. embraces .- -- .- o =*Jt. -r fm aTIIK
1 AT .\ >VVIX, FLWith .\., Ntowes" uud Tiiiwur HTKAMEIWI'I
m S
1l l EVERY: VARIETY OF :SOIL Trains for Live O ik.Tullahasseeandall -
O It.\ '..\It'l'''.',
points Middle and! West Florida 'v. i-. HTIIIITVVSecond : !<'-
RuiiiHiixoN, .
Cuptuin Captain --
to be found in the State
a large projiortionl "
AT ux'uLOoA: FL.*., Street, opjMjsite" the Post-Ofllte/ / I[,1. leave Fernandina for Ja<'kxonvilleTT -
l eing peculiarly adapted to the culture of : r and l'ulutkalmel intcrme-diute! landIngs !. R'?. DAILY SEIIVI'E.tllqThe : :
With Steamer ..tipllfIn all]) oints f and
SKMI-TKOFHML FRUITS and Early Vegetables, ) on the St Jolm's liver, and Savannah
landings Orange Lake on arrival of Peninsular
and Charleston folows
and The Large, Quinptict liodlet of Timber Railroad: Train.AT04ISEHVILI.E. as : Flora leaves f IVrnandina (or St.31IHJ"eJtI'l'r

make these lands worthy of REFUL KXAMIXATIOX From FernandinaFOR 'landings every Monday, Wetlnt-tMiay.
FL\, and Th
1"ritiay-r.tllrlllllj on Tuesday urn-
by manufacturers of LuMutuVND JACKSONVILLE; : AM PALATKA
With tae; Line for Ocala and Tampa on duv and t-lultartlll: )'.
NtvtL STORES. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; from ( Ji& EVERY WESi) I''i: 1>.\\'.-tl.5- The Martha' leaven Fernandina fur same
Ocala and Tampa on 11011l1ay'l'lhu'I 'ui+ f tJr points every Tucs lay Thursilay' and Saturday
NEW SIrTUWil'urdul.ing : and Friday.) .From IVrnandina -returning every Monduy, WeelneMla)'
: au'rl"I1Y;' .
land from this company are fur. 'T CEIHU KEY, FL.'., FOR SAVANNAH AXI. CHARLIXTOX:

Jli"lu'll with entire free JHUMHJC on the 1'1".111. With btiamer MUltr to and' from l'ell"al'f- ', JTiT EVERY: : l"HW.Y.4"J.tl Through IIIIlN of Lading

sit Railroad for family and loel'SHnalm'dJi la on Monday and Friday. I. Close loiuuttieiit made with ste-ainers for by MALLORY'H LINE urtt'lUIICI't:: to all

to the station nearot the land purtbax \Vithtt.&IlI,1'f: Clinton amid Jfurynu for Mellonville and Enterpriif: uhw'! with teani.. |u>iiit.soM the Ht. Mury'v.

' '' TITLE! COMPLETE, being elerive.1, by New Orleans. Friday ; from New Orb-un ers fur Ockljuaba: River; al-o ut. Savannah C'ON<, on Saturday ; from Havana and Key West
with MeumerM for New York .
grant from the United !States and purchase on Friday ; fur Key We'.t und I1a\alluIJn: lt4M Savannah t''U1Ut'I'f.iOOH
\ ,
fnim the State Florida.. $.atuntaw. Kteumerx (or t'w'ork", l'hilad.I'liJa, Haiti
With Florida{ Havana Mail .Htt.'UI11..IIll' .. iiore, und with Northeastern & t South Curloina ( ACCOMMODATIONS
t.'OlmJ'I'OXIfXefoOl.lCrnn.: : : COlli JIllny'* Steamer for Key ',"l'ltt tund Turnpa S'roUIUT.H.: : .;, RAXOERS.: ; : itailroadi fur routes North, East und for 1'u.+schgers. Excun.ionL-.td: und Tourists

on Monday und Thursday.With TIN A>U hHEirr-IRON: WARE:, W'i'll. will find thU u very uttrat'the trip, &* tilt
"Hriptive M %I+r and cmTM&i matted on Steamer KiUtrjinte, for joints on the "'('l1t'ry If grand, und ulllutora. mat thcr
rtpplkation. SuA'annee River, on Thursday' at <{ u. m. ROOFIXO: AND iiriTERIXU: : FRST! -('LA55 PASSKXGEJt" : : ACCOMMODATIONS. game are abundant. .z j-

CII.W.. LEWIS For information -altt'(11Ilg: \ ruutt,, rates, PUMPS DRIVEN: .; WELLS ETC.: yi f Either: of the MhoYr. Hieunjen tall btihartmil
etc. to Ti 'k. tK und Stateroom
applv Through < / tlt'Uf"l fir excursion 1.artlei'ut any time
and t'oJ1lm iul1er. A. O. MuDONELL: i .\ large titotk of Stove* on 'hand (jive mea and all information furnished at ofllce, tor Fur fun lu r Information! 'pl'ly" to
Office cor, Dea h and Seventh St*. Gen'l Ticket and Po-sn. Agent. rail, am.} c'fJIIlltUrv mv ..r1('(" with thoHV of iff Ct litre and 1-4-eoiicl strtvt! ,+, .\. U. NOYfo. Agent.
l Mf I) K. MISWELL, Gen'l $upt. ''\ other hou,ei*, Jtere or d w'll're.' :ii-ly .


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L ,: I TILE :FLORIDA MTKI.OU.i'M Among other railroads projected ami re- FLOttllHAXA. of acresgrtumtCaS)5N: < ). ofreign 1I11nllll'l emigrants. In many re

..1 eel vingmitten tinn lire 1111 Jacksonville.\ St. Au A friend has placed' in our hands a letter July 2!)-\f. r-Eal! of Moira. (N. H.- lectl becoming what the West!
._ Another -the land of promise-and is
.. N. 3 10mo.. of petitioned ago
) acres
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1wk t. : ;; ; : = gasthncand! Indian Hivepmd the Palatka rl'll Scotland( written many 3''art since, enclosing ( for, 30,000. : No. of acres granted, 20.XXI. .- attracting both capital and population The
/ J' .111' ?, 1881.jvr each intended to connect been breathed
( and Indian ]River: : a list of English grants made probably ( energy of a new life into

.( .- the Halifax and Indian river country before 1780), from which we extract the July 20-No. 01-Robert Paris! Taylor, its nostrils\ and it has become a living, udl\

i j i ; JtAiLitoAits Axn VIIOJVCTK. with the lower St. Johns-the first! being a following : Usq., No., of acres granted 10,000.July part of the national confederation. I i: (11)
,+ 20'-\o. CM John Murrav t Ksq.: No to sec that so great and material a
There Is better illustration of .
probably no : coast line, and the second an intermediate I do "
not know I should condition and
that : have writ of acres )petitioned for, .0,155)( ; !\o, of acresgranted. is taking/ place in the attitudeof
n, I II I tho progress!C of a new country In !settlementand line There is. also: a I'roil.'l'Iefllille of ten at "present but for' the enclosed old mustypaper. ( the South must bring other and more important

b''; i prosperity than the judgment of capitalists narrow-gauge railway from Oainesvillesotithto \ 'It I is! authentic, and belonged to Richard July :'l-Xo.111. 1 M-Karl: of Casvill.s, No. of changes in their train. New ways of

I : : us evinced, in' permanent) works of public Tampa and Charlotte Harbor, and from Oswald, who met with Dr. Franklin in acres granted, 20o) " ) Paris in 17K.'M settled terms of Wm. Fitzherbcrr will prevail, different classes of products
ullc tie peaceafter July 2! -No. ((17- i Ksq.,
I improvement. Under the modern conditions Gainesville: north to Lake City, under the the war independence. He died inOctober M..P.. No. of acres! granted, :'.OOO. will be sent to market, new modes! of

I I of society, especially I in America, tile same: organi/ation as the 1'lIlalkaII1t1 1781', and tlnsdocumcnt was : July 29-No. OS--Col. James Robertson, business will be e tlhl-h'll.: and new privateand

5 r 1 means of transportation# almost! keep pace' Gainesville: Koad.; There I is also a (Peace his papers.011! will see in the list II0nl No. of acres granted, 10,000. commercial netll wi sooner or later

with the tide of settlerient, and not Infrequently Creek Tampa and Jacksonville! ]Uailroad: grants In Kast t Florida, he had a grant for July 2))--No. ((!! -Ear of Hessborougb.. nri*'*. .
I I :'O.IIHIII''I( ) and hihad sent out colonists t I'.. No. of acres! 20oo.ToUd ) ). With this autermt mOst conical
4,7 I! precede it. Such has., however, not Company: which. has! a corps of surveyors in from : ('oulllr' (Scotland), from which it 8 tUOO( nen rlltctl.::!. o increased commercial\ intercourse with "

t I been the case! at the South. Our railroads: the field and a projected extension of the happens! w c \' a Ilal farm in this will be noticed in the list that the northern sections of the country, and it,
I have )been the laborious work resulting from South Florida Railroad I to the (;ulf Several Parish: (Avr) named, I think some I may bo 1 disposition to form new buslll11lulianrl's
of his emigrants were of the name of Man- thirty-three was Andrew Turnhul, }':, ana relations There at (least
1 ilii the necessity! of an already established population minor! enterprises! have been chartered but !son This! list of East Florida land grants Clerk of the Crown ami Pleas-20,000 acres. that in the benefits 1':1 of the material

1I and\ have followed long behind the /have made no actual beginning' of work.SILK prior to the American revolution might possibly His I undoubtedly the same usually rennuisfcince which is beginning in

1I I progress of settlement. "'c seem now, how. have some interest for the present in gCIIII'II1 the South other cities besides Haltimore are
ever to have fallen into \'Llrrn modes, and' CUI.TUIl1.c habitants; of that State : styled Dr. Turnbull, who brought out endeavoring to participate Indeed it is

I rnllroulllr'l' 'lng parties arc t traversing: the \ have been' informed by persons who UST! OF ritn in.vsTir.s. : OF EAST F.OH/.\, the colony of Greeks and Minorcans, whichhe largely to Northern capital that these newrailroad
I! New Snn'rna for the cultivationof enterprises: are due, and it is not
In direction and roads. have had in silk (;ranted by Willsboroiigh : 'ctlcllt
I country every are some experience worms! 101'11 to understand that rival communi
and which eventually
tropical productions, dilc\t
t,; 1 1yq marked out In all iii reel lOOM. that (hero! is: no difficulty, and but little No. 1-John Illiloll. ofllergany, r P., propose if possible to make th(1 the
!\ of proved a failure. Dr. Turnbull
The past year has witnesssd: r'al'I'I'roJ.t-' trouble, in raising cocoons of the best: 1 quality acres gra/tcfl. 1.HIO. l'mO\'cel channels which :shall lead trade
!\.). -Win. Tu (ololl of the 9th to Charleston: and died (Ihlr Some of his and business to their own doors Philadelphia -
| rexs: in railnftid building/ than any period! I in Florida., The' care of the worms!, providing Hl'/dlllrlt./ No. of acres grnlltCll, 5,000.) descendants now reside The New York and Hoston arc reaching
"I I. since) the of construction of be trunk them with food and :5 i-John of Moira No. In.rllck"ol\ie
.". : era I proper : I name of Oswald I is! perpetuated on Halifax
\ \ lines from Jacksonville to Tallahassee: ( and arranging proper temperature, I is! all easy granted, 10,000. that must follow the new order of things
yq; C'' No. 4-Ilium. f.corgeVrst. ;; No. of acres river at Mt. Oswald 1, at thejunctionofTomo- in the :South; and if theyfail to !! them
I; ; from 1'ernan lint( to Cedar: Key both of enough, although, like everything else, success C'IC
1 granted, 1,000. ka and Halifax rivers. All of these grants!! it will not be from want of energetic l'm.rt
v't;! i i which were completed shortly before the : I is! dependent' upon' care and good judo;; Fch. 1 J 5-Tbos. Wooldridgo, Provost I were condition of settlement, In struggle which must ensue, whilh,

) f war. Since the first of :May last, upward of ment. 'disposition; of the cocoons, they Marshal! (i'lerl. S o. of acres granted, 5.000. upon tlC tl, now in progress for the commercial

j one: hundred and ,seventy miles of actual say, I is! the question to be settled,! A market Feb. 1'I.' (!-Wm. (;rover, Fsq., ChiefJustice which was probably complied, with but in sovereignty of this rich region, lot

.' railroad track hits. been laid down and is No. of acres! 1(1 iiolleo for, ;,Ot I) ; few instances. occupies unquestionably the most favorable
't where the cocoons! could; ) readily: be sold is: No. of .
i llrl'1rlliell/ Grant No. 17 is to Dennis : .. and position. She has what
\ {, t'I, l 3 now in operation within our State on five what I is! desired. In )the absence} of this!, the Feb. 11'-\o. 7-James Crisp, 1' !fl., No. ofacres who ('! settlement Hole at J'iI Holies-1 I is nine advantageous points of tIle law, the possession of lat

.\ different lines of road. They tire us: follows : providing of home simple and easily: managed ( petitioned for, 'OIIIi( ( ; No. of acres 1. otaLIheelhls least the commanding point in the field,
\ .) town the east bank of the St. Johns
I ,000. on a
.t j' The Peninsular Railroad, leavingValdu/ and machinery for reeling t the cocoons! is: granted and although possession does not count so
I Feb. 14-No. :Stuart; Ksq.:. short ,
1-.1hll Superintendent tiitanl'e above Palatka, spoken of in high in the )hot contests of ,
I lake to Ocala distance of COIIIICrclallrl'
's. crossing ,
\ Orange a : : requisite.We No. acres granted, 5,155)< .
: ISartram'.s Journal it i is! no inconsiderable advantage -
ft' "" t'l, I\hollillfty miles due .south in the direction see it stated in the :Savannah :It'CIt' Feb. I 11-No. 5)-James: Robertson, Ksq.! ) more is many miles nearer the Southern

:r. i ; of'lunp1II1t' Charlotte Harbor ; the Fornandina that a Mr. Serrell.of New York, has invented 1 No. of acres! petitioned for, '(HX( ) ; No. of (Grant; No. is is to John Tucker, )'I}., and markt than any of its Xorthl'r rivals and

r Jacksonville I tail road, connecting electric machine which will not reel acres grllll'lt. 5,000.( probably :Mount Tucker Inlutllal county, capable of developing commercial fucii-
i an only
f Li'Mt Fl J-Xo. 10-Kobt.: Charles!, 1'I.: No. owes its! name to this gentleman. The I'ngI : ties of kind not to be surpassed any
t, j s the two cities! by n short line! and bringing the silk but produce a superior' quality of of : \ for, 'IOOo.( ) ; acres I lisp settlements: were made along the St. city in every)(country.. Hut with all these

t.. .. the distance by rail from !sixty-six miles thread The cocoons! are said: to be worth gralll'l. r.,000. points in her flvo.r. a high degree of prudence -
'. ',;i i to thirty-three ; the Mast: Florida Railroad, two dollars: a pound, but it I is! not stated, Feb. 14-No. 11-Levit Baekhur, Ksq.) Johns, the banks of which, Forbes ((1821)) foresight and energy are also luteiynecessary .
'f No. of acres granted ,'") "exhibit in of sad
t.. from Jacksonville! to Trader's Hill where it what is:, the value of the reeled thread.We June 18-No. 12-Walter says lumber : to enable her to successfully bring;
Cumming Ksq.,
'f.> monuments of the folly and extravagantideas these forces into full play Certainly no
w>. u I curves into Georgia; forming the connection can readily arrange for everything else No. of acres granted, 5000. intelligent business man imagine that

'i"" ', J with continuation of the'aycruss: Hail. if it can be shown that the product can bo June IS-No. 13-Arthur Jones, Ksq., !\). of the first Kuropean' : nt\.elltnrC'1'i: and bonds: of sympathy and sentiment:1 are sufficient -

I 'i road, shortening the distance by rail between sold readily at a fair price.Ve hope those of acres! granted, 5,111)( schemers' : and the villainy of their mana to bind the South to our strings
I Juno I 18-\o. 1-WI. JlckOI! Ell,}., !\n.or that the immense trade of that
I Jacksonville anti :Savannah, as compared who are interesting themselves the matter acres ). gl'r. or growing
((1 I gruIII'fl. ) section can continue to be to Haiti-
,, I I.i \ \ with the Live Oak route, about ninety will furnish reliable :statements of the cost 1. June : -Kemler :\IISOI, E I., A GUVAT COAST L1XK JIAILWAY. more by simple invitations, 11n.d how

I' miles! ; the Lake Kustis: Railroad, running; of the machinery for reeling the cocoons: the No. of acres grlllll'c1. 5.0OO.( ) The Savannah AVic, with its! usual sagacity seductively framed The business methods

f 1 southwest from (the St. Johns river oppositeVolusia daily output of the machine, and the quantity No.June of IS- ( Richard Oswald, Ksq., sees in the proposed extension of the of the present day are the methods of active
acres granted 20,000.
1, and energetic life, and cities like individuals'
: Lm I : to Lake 1 Kustis: .some! th Irty-fi\'C and value of silk which can be, produced .June is-No. 17-1)en11is) Hollo, Esr} 1 Jacksonville'Pensacola! and Mobile Kailroad must push their fortunes,by every intelligent -

: i t miles, and Connecting with tbu (Ocklawuhu from a certain quantity of eggs worms: ]P.. No. of acres grlIll.I.,1 20.000.) ( from Chattaboocbee to Pen!acola the opportunity so an opportunity
agency 8l'tl'ldic
-n narrow-gaugu road ; the South:; ]Florida i iI and pounds: of leaves!' ; the length of BuieeniploycII June No. of IS-No. HI-Johl Tucker. Ksq., 1 of making a through and rapid ('Oi. demands. '
i. acres 20,000.June (
I Railroad fromSanford the south side of in and, how 1. granted to New Orleans! tin Savannah and I should bo remembered that while the
on producing a crop', to 18-No. If)-Right/ Honorable 'has.' !. Iceiol whole

i Lake Monroe, to Orlando) a distance: of lisposc of the cocoon or of the reeled silk. TowlIII'1I11. Ksq.,) :I. P., No. of 1't'1 grant- Jnl'ksol\il Florida. We are glad to see country and as 1 richer by must the constantly force of its growgreater 11&lene

t.'t I twenty-live miles-also 1 atnarrt v-gnugeroad.: '(((). this! suggestion-- cmanatine: from the AVu-. iiiid undeveloped resources, no particular -

: There is now building a narro+vgnnge ..I suxxr sun: H' TIll: SOUTH.A 1'.,,Jllnl No. of IS-acres No.! 20 granted-[Lord, 20,000.Adam Cordon 1 Hitherto the apparent tendency--of course locality insured against retrogressionor

1f road: from i'alutka to Gainesville; a distanceof i Connecticut! gentleman or lady has. been June IS-No. 21-Francis! Kenloch, Ksq., a natural one-of the Savannah: and Georgia ; or holds .f
forty-five miles, Intersecting the Peninsular :" raveling at the South this winter, and wiitcs: No. of acres! granted, 2n.M railroads arrangements: has been to prosperity its advantages If and a community neglects/ its! opportunities fails to utilize! ,

I Road at Hawthorne, a distance! of about to the Hartford 7Ymr a very I'lell"IUllll'llt'r. June 18-50.55-llachard Lord) irosvenor, draw off( the trade and business of it has nobody to blame but itself; ? if it!
No. of ). fall
thirty miles from Pal.ttka, and the Transit! ]Phis correspondent gives some examples: of June acres IS-No.ra1h'd.1M; 20,000.. Knox, Esq.: No. of Florida over Georgia; roads to Savan behind in the race Baltimore cannot

4 I II t. Uailroad at (;luhll'vilh'. The grading has tho courtesy of t the Southern people' to acres grunted, (i.noo.; \ nab The Aifirj now 'H'CIS to recognize South to rely or!simply the upon notion her that nearness she is the to natural the

;4V. I been done on tbisroad for about half the distance slrall (/11\111\11111: : .June IS(-No. 21-(;icorgo t'dncyKsq.' the Florida line as an extension of the Georgia market upon Southern She must

and track: laying has! been commenced Anothersimila'r; : (Instance: : of :Southern:; hospitality of 1'rl'I/rllh'I/ JJO.dou.' ( lines to New Orleans Such a through imitate the business methods products.of rival cities
25-Samuel'l'uuchit I:
J at ]'lIll1tkIIn,1 the iron laid for several I occurred here a 'l'arllro this: winter, M..111'., !\II-Xo.. acres! granted, 20.0OO.( route would be of great benefit to Flnl1a. and offer the same and, if necessary, greater

the chief'armyto which 1 am well June IS- So. ; John ( : No. url'r.s and also to and its inducements than are offered by thl'l to
stiles There are other lines which have acquainted :'- Uril'r. Ksq.!! Georgia : great commer Southern trade, and her advantages! of position

(been surveyed iv various directions i ', and with as she: is the daughter of a gentle- granted. 10,000.( ) callort. Of course, when such a through being thus reinforced by a wise and energetic
June i8-Nu. 2iHr. (
!tt1 others which are talked about. nan now living in Hartford, who married in No. of acres: grunted. 20,000.ieorge McCaulay, i COItruckd i will have two purposes I"Jjicthcre; is every reason!! to 1101x'that '

44 ; Of the more important of the lines which Charleston 1 some) yearsago.and! W holol: a great June IS-No. 2S-John (Crover; K:" No. in view : one to make 11 great through passenger Whatever she will the l'mainltr South has to(sell:of thcsituation.wishes
: ) or to
; t. are expected to he C\II\III1'IICl'llI11111. to some fn'oriteamongllcrCharlestunacgnaintances I 1 1 I i !. of acres granted, 5,000. transit route, and the other to trans- buy can be bought and sold in Haltimore

extent, carried out during the ensuing year, About a year ago this: lady: observed a party No.June of acres IS(--No. :'Il'd John, 20NN Ciruyliurst, Ksq., for frligh to the seaboard For this: later fully as satisfactorily and far nioja' conveniently

I ; tlf strangers, uvidcntly from the North looking ) purpose the Florida ports on the Atlantic than in Nework or Philadelphia,
t ia the extension of the great last: sad't t June IS-No. ;O-WIII) Eliot, Ksq., No. of .
t : i Trunk Line from the Chattahoocheo: to Pt'im- admiringly:l through; the bars of her high acres grunted.. :).( ). will doubtless! be first looked to as shipping and states whatever commercial undergo there phases i the Southern
1':1 I iron fence at fine June IS-!\ 31-James (Crisp, l E No. it not may isnogoodreason J
HHcola, distance(' of about one h\lllllr'll/11\11 an unusually display: of q. points, being proftalte or desirable to why Baltimore should not continue? to

eighty miles and traversing: nearly all the roses for which Charleston i is truly famous. of Juno;icrcs IS-rllll..l No. :,t2SirVm.15,000. Haro- carry freight b,+' rail northward after I suitable hold to them the same close business relations
& counties! of West t Florida. This road has a The lady of the bouse immediately stepped net, number iii'acres-grlltl'llIHHI.) coast harbor, such II!our own, is reached. which she el\ at present, The field
lo the door and said she would gladly which promises to I be opened up in the nl'Woulh
givethem : ,
June 1-Xo.:! : l 1' ,
.:; i land )grant of twenty thousand acres per I some roses' ; ami suiting the action; to Clerk of the ( tS.llrt'Tlrnbull.] : UALTIMOltKAXlt TIIKXKM'SOUTH. wi btar a rich harvest that is well

i L mile. A company has been organized composing the word, soon furnished a :1I1'1'1The granted, :"),II I'rllWI>I. mil : XU.OrUl't.S Kvcn: the. most careless and I indifferent observer worth I grand etrt to make our o+vn. Hut

3 1 number of well-known railroad thanks and gratitude of the strangers!: were Juno IS-No. :3J-Thus. Urudshaw; Ksq., cannot fail to ,resseil by the it should Hit forgotten that the effort
,1 and so strongly and loudly expressed' that till'Ciutrlestun No. of 20,000. striking evidences: of renewal\ business must bo made if the prize is to be secured
men, the IIcrl" rlh'I.
surveyors are now running
lfe11.11'III'rgy and that
there is
lady, after learning;' that tlll'Wl'rl' \' IS-No. 8.-JtuIey'I'aylor; : E!>! No. which now in ( no such principle recogniicd -
\ \I"I"f' line. The completion of this 1'111'111" of great !< at the Charleston Hotel, said; .UlIl' ll' 11'0 presented in the business contests of modern
i tol'\IIIIj.t\ of granted, 10.((4)0. most: every section of the (country.. After a
\ importance, not only to our own State, but she her servant in the evening/ June 11'1'1'IS-No. :!<;-Peter Taylor, Ksq.: ) No. long;; season of enforced inactivity capital times as that of masterly inactivity.-//'.

to the whole Mississippi) nylon as it fills up with a larger and liner assortment!! whichpromise of acres grantal,10,0044. and enterprise are once more coming to the more ll.llLOCKVt_ ____ _

( the gap in a belt railroad around time Ouif; ) she more, than fultillalhyscndiugma June IS-No. :'J7-Thos.! Towii hend, Ksq., keen vision are surveying
; TO
large full of the OUR
beautiful SHOltES.
I : tray most I roses that No. of acres granted. 10,000. the lil'hlll.1 selecting those points to
.' G !I it itf I I \nd connects/ the western border of Texas Charleston' could l produce.) This! act completely June 11- -\lex.llphnl.: Ksq. No. they may devote themselves with the greatest The \\'nt't h of April was a day to be re

'/\; :) with the Atlantic. Wo Mip|>nso there is: no : captivated) the strangersami resulted!! of acres Jraltl'tl. ( prospect of success From Maine to :Mex lIIelll'rCll\t ln t1 Garden. :Six thousand\

doubt of the speedy construction of this III a pleasant!! cures suuleneegrowingupbe. Juno :-JII' 11'lmal, ];:,!., ico the signs of business revival meet thoeye. ;.; Ill nilll emigrants
f Iween the New York -ole
J'I' fainilyandthcCharlos- No. of Ih'rl'l ). Nowhere i is this new impulse landed thereon that day-the total
road. : Iralh'll..IUOM loreIlrkl.t greatest
i ton lady, and a ]plc.i.ntt visiting acquaintance July :In- Hussey.deluvalHaronet or significant than in the South, and of any April day the commissioner has
I The Peninsular! Uuilroad which branches: that will doubtless :-during life. This: reported, No. of acres granted, 20- ehal e which i is manifesting: itself in the knowledge of. He predicts that the number any

I II from the Transit: inroad Waldo, about is: certainly a veryplca"ant thing to note, (INK), spirit and policyof that section Is not only of CmirlIIt1that will arrive this month will

ofghly-three miles\ south of Fernandina, has aid again suggests the inquiry, as to where July 2" -No. 11 -.Wm. Cron h'. Usq., re subject of interesting but of practical con not fall: short of OO.OOO; ( ), and that tho Ital
ii \H' 1ohlll tind a Hartford } that would do l".rt'll. No. of aero granted, 10,000.( sideration. Reference has been made from for the year will not bo less than half nmil-
I been now built as far as Ocala. It already likewise to n stranger walking through our Jlh. '*--No. 42-Luke Lillingstone, K: q., time to time in these columns to the encouraging lion The increase this the
opens: up large} sections of South Florida streets? 1'l'1l11lHbWI':4: !: where? reported I. No. of acresgrantetl: 10,000. ; progress of Georgia, South Carolina; ; part of last 'I'ar.Yr 2'<;, Very corresponding

rI; connecting with the Ocklawaha at Silver It Northern is certain that nothingso much surprises July 20--No.. ..tJJall'sIII'rOI., llsq) Virginia and other HOlllht'r!states in 1ur.l.tuf' :.- few orth(1 are wrctt hedly year jxtor. us1 hearts
people as: I the warmth of heart No. of "I'lorh'll an,110ml but -
: and thus /| Icrl. Jrlllltl't. t.I" illIII'otril' more of most of them are filled with and
Spring !
giving a railway eunncctiun evinced, in thousand, hope
a by of
ways people remarkable than the
I i 1 l this
re- m
i building of united to
with the boats from up the ()Ockluwaha the South. The incident above mentioned l orted.. 'IXl.tHdlal'l. II'rl'S raltll. ]1.IHI.> t t" manufacturing Illl'rl'rllil the additions; up) their hojie unfavorable contrast strong! with frames!, r'le\'l"

i1 i1i II I and giving great encouragement to orange appears trilling 1",111 matter of course to us, July'!>-No. -4.5-Kdward; I K', reported which Uf''l'r day hl'illpnaltl') to the commercial Americans! from that commiseration it "otherwise
I ttir rurt' ut time North, Tho |oople\ there No. of ) facilities of that -
and vegetable growing III Marion and tuna hU\1l1'uMl'r and acres granted, 5.0OO. section.. The num w\uh draw forth. The women and
more calculating: temperament July 2l>-No. 4t>-James :Morrison, llsij., her of new railroads which are projected or the toe
ter l.'oulltll'8.t h Hawthorne it connctfs with brought about bv the materialistic Ct'11'll ship looking the
reported. No. of acre granted, 5oOO. in course of construction in the South and worse, but ,
J the Palatka Railroad: giving all-rail line views. t thrust upon them from press: and pulpit I. 2 No. Tamer well astonish I of their
un July !!- 47- Fortsey, Ksq 1. re- Southwest may) those who are clothing will show that comfort has
,I from Palatka to the !North Kast: and Wot.We and taught in the Poor Hidlllrlt''I111111 rill' lr, '20,000 ; not( alI the spirit i of the age. .\ glanceat been forgotten.( The l'vmli.ioltr lot the
'r 1S I iliac of Itcnjamin I'rammklin.Ve do not mean No. of acres granted, 10,000. t maps show that they arestretching amount of in the
the Peninsular Railroad will wi money hands of the
S presume (to baythat (hero is no hospitality at the 29-\u,1'--7holuas! Hartcomh. out emi
July : > northern and grants will
lc pushed forward with practicable speed 1 North. Fur fl'lHIlIt. Hut wo UH'lIn that it reported. No. of Il'n'i>eiliotttrl for :'1,1, ) ; western connections () yurtlseveryixmrtion of 000.000 (m average the estimated$30 a head arrivals, making $15.-

i down the |*oiiliisul\ the original line to is not so general, sit cordial, so enthusiastic t .,. acres, granted. 2.000. the Southern territory like the great meshes year borne have much more, and for tl

Charlotte Harbor and\ Tampa.! With theimpi1us so unpremeditated and so s1k ontuncous us July2911.19I'iercetiillanl! II*].. re of a huge commercial net. Itllrolll", in fact are penniless. The best classofcruan '
that of tho Nillths
vvo grow 1'1'I'rl..iH'uII.I No. of i otitionod for, ipM.rtu( ) are to l'l-
"rl'll. acres ; being l'ltrUlCt Hillt" have igrants bring with them in
already given to Florida and the into lam coin on an
)get same I peculiar ruts: of livilization o. ,. tl'rt..Jlmtlt. 10,0 4(1. never hl'll'\t even the echo of steam $1,200. The average -
around value of improvements in South -the progress IUIII"I\'I'rh'i of the century July 2">-Xt. : Anthony Tissonjiton whistle, and which have ah\.111'n I far removed this resiKH-t than those Germans of are better off in
-vvo may recede from our kindly feel I / of lO.ono. from all the any other nation
Florida) a valuable immigration on n very 1.1. l'I"rh'll. X ) acres 1.ltCI. conveniences and advantages amity except the Swedes who
ink'and tender sentiments. Hut, in rpittof July -No. 5lhnl'm.. which( are afforded by steam transortation. to arrive here are just bgin-
scale will IK to follow and Cull.ItI. ning The
large likely Poles
!: reconstruction and come
slanderso .
tIl .
hrl'llif | No. of acres granted, : ,( } |> Accompanying these increased
\ almost to anticipate construction of this frlll, as mass: hurled at us Invaiise rl'I"rh.l country- poor, having but little than is
+ .i I, I :!>-No. 52-James Jutmwm, ]: facilities and the steady growth in manufac necessary to curry them to their mort
road in its: extension southward. The distance of the folly of a few prominent individualsthe reporiotl. X,., of acn grunted, 1.hl } tunes are the signs of a healthier and calmer ]It is: also the with tinatlol./
truth case Italians
remains that nowhere on aid'sgn'n 2!!> No. XI ir John ] spirit and a more rational tll Ju (!er.
from Ocala to Tampa Hay isahout ninety July -" lr estimate of the lan)'. the i
earth i U there a people that can match net, reported. No. of.acres gnmttsl, u>.OI true needs of the South. ]Politics arc being .\ i" making !that'cr'LI.r ilUerha
l mile. and from Ocala to Charlotte Harbor the Southerners!: in sumo of the 1101\ t'l
lff nut 1I'.mll.ful XII.Ix.. : subordinated to the
} July 2i Montgomery. "|1"'I"lrh'tI graver realities of life, Ll' the main which '1'l'US
is"A About one hundred and sixty milts ThU honorable and ulll..L divine IImifltu. l. No. of eats (etitioiu-d for. :'1.111" and the people are turning thcirattcntion t<> I emigration. cause The Gertuan: j jlflUl'this great

would give an all-rail line .from" Charlotte tullf the heart. \\ t'l' not all the com No. of acres grirl4Yl,10,0X5), I the redemption !development of their I to see go, but can't governmeat hat,

: } Harbor to the Atlantic terminus at IVrnandina North, l'1; but we ilt'hive* 1.1 that appliances of the July 2!>-No. ;r'I.I'ut-n1\Vmu. -.':lll't.1'I.n1I. material interests. With alt l this has naturally (I thel now in the West stop have thl'l.been send The
U-tter No. 20.0UO.Julv come a higher sense of i
| acne grnttl. obILration
of two hundred It\llllllhll't). miles, easilyjKissod which never fails to i ,tor NIH'thint o and 2i>--No. .Vi-Thos. l.uth. .:}., re- *. M that with the debt pecuniary question just- I illJ the encouraging other reports, and) the 'fflcient -.

over in twelve hours ; and from Charlotte uhlllrlun. not to 5tyttunishument. (:txl{ I".rlot, No. of I'n' granted, ). 'ul.lm Tennessee, and, judging from imp 1,11 those 8VK haV from not bl'1 to f -

i t Harbor to Havana byiteam'r in twenty Nluh.\ull and her people Who July 2m-\.57-Jauu's lmtts, K.sq" rv- ular indications, in a fair way of settlement 4 eonsiderabeetlivt.prevent There'producing a '
that has thl'll once ever N. .(r Krantesl. lo.i in Virginia the are
l'iI I'I"It poritsl acre retarding of
., v\.cl. sailing from
four hours or le* them'ho that ever wandered 1I'IHI July i>-- X,' tr'althJh's0irrbraaJnIxlrtlrl o hints fair to be soon"Ijrl rl'lula.tln who Germany
want to
Tiv-: ;: '?>.:tue Mely a till' persistent effort tllllt wish to .tlrn" Pear-*( land No. .." .t" rei r.mh.l. 'UMI. ciN' j armed on the l'III; aid il time steamer that

w.iiXi: ; ua. :11J'w1'u"truI.tl'li.- two bundrwd -111' for your |"iverlv and distress July :'X. :1 "lrIl'*. (il.lt.lln. Nor should it be forgotten that ignition j Gmurtlmsuf tueetmi Wlh from Glasgow three-
genuinehumanity No wonder the not. M. ',. N'.if grantwl, l is turning its face southward, and that Tex I t ticket ;rentswerecrmans, Time
1'n. through
miles of railroad in the : to the
and thirty-five stranger that has utcrol I your gates andgathered July >--\". 'u-I Duneau t ir.alt. Fyl., No. as. parts Ifn Wm are
I eurUami more discouraging i>rio I of Flor- your rums...;!<'n turns an affection-. of 111'1':|xiiiion,'.l for, :'l''; Xuf acres tur.l. states. to'ria.lal say' la of and the \I:hl"hlt'Clln who.arrive:UI'III"; and the great uual"lur.

IJa' growth will we believe, readilyaey ute Blanco n.tl'd\ I fill ouvier U a.immttiittodwel !11"h"l 1'1/111./ steady though smaller accessions from the :New York. rtluain but u few hours In
nj;> ni your ailtiu.lrrtmrh'r'" )-No. tl-rl'Uncelot 1 Riod, "i., No. sturdv of the Wry few (tinny with
complish what remains to be done to com- death Jlh : \ 1 peasantry to the tI.ulll..n t hem, but bring drafts nluntrv
como, till I he morn mat l on this
\111 n""11" '1 a % >. of Muneof State and
trunk line of Fast Florida: lieu JrUh.t.. tit 1.tIt are t hl'drafts are wheel either :
the in
1lfte July : \ :'-Henry 1ttdenlaq., No. tllg ,ii some tf L't classes of I,r in the W'tlt liil'-/.rUII:New \Wk


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A JOUUX\I bug sweetish and loathsome warllll\lHI;' sr.i-smr: norsi:, JAMIIS: J;('GIFTIS. rr.oitiDA

KEPT BY clear, hut n whitish matter adhered to the High Point, Cumberland Island! (icorgi.i.W. CoN'flLt C T O R ANI 111rll.hlll I : J .:\\1':1.11.: ,

JOHN tt\HTK\M OF l'IIU.\Ofl.rIlH, fallen\ trees near the bottom ; the spring-head -

HotanM to His Majesty i is about 30 yards broad, and boils p from U. Hr KI.I'Y.-: l'UOI'III1TIU: Aladlllf'tl'l'l': between :Second\ und Third .,.,.. FIIOM FISH: SOALF.:,

for the Floridarrox -*; the bottom like a pot; plummed it, and found, Hoard per day, $t..">t 0) ; }ll'r"l't'k, :*l 7.00. FKRXAXDINA, FLA. SKA\ HF.AN SF.A SHKLL:
about five fathom water, multitudes of till This resort ca'nnot be surpassed for Orders und estimates t from distance\! carefully >
lnack ''
A Journey from St. Augustineup resort to its head, as very large garr. cats, fog and surf-bathing. Hear, deer! attended to. .-Vtf PALM NUT, ALLIOATOH fll.I .
the HIrer St. Johns.! plover, and all kinds of fish in any quantity.It O. S. OAKF.S .
and several other, sorts ; the alligators very; can be reached by steamer or sail-boat. ,
With Kxplanatory: Notes.17G5. nUlUl'rouHither: on the shore or swimming - -.- --- -- -- COXTRACTOR AND HUILDKR. : AND !.
on the surface of the water, and some on the, Yacht to I'd.riMUJ I : OKAMIK: STICKS,
: safe! commodious Yacht, XICY, SKA: SHKI.LS: 1:<:/1'('. .
bottom, so tame, or rather bold as to allowus MvxrKArrniK.sMOULDINXSS (
be charteredfor
_L Captain O. O. Darling can :
to row very near to them : What a !stir 'pleasure parties at reasonable rates. Oyster \ J HRACKKTS( : :'1.\WEn ANDTUHXF.D ) For sale and made: to order.
JANUARY the 1st, 17((G. Hazy morning ; prizing f.ul1tainllll1..t it be, to furnish such \Hakes at King's I B,1a spt'inlty, HALUSTKRS: : :::, NKWKLS: : : 7'. "'. .\XSI.Ito ::\',

thermomctcr.V.: : Set out from :Spalding's Up- stream, and what 1grl'at of groundmust For particulars, apply; to :Major Suhrer, :STAIR HAII-S, WOOD) KAVF.STROUmiS : :: + Centre St., bet. Second and Third |
/ per-store, about fit 0 miles above the Lower; space Mansion House, or .1. W. Thompson, Spencer ;, :SUF.ATUINO: : _
be taken in the pine-lands, ponds, WKATHKRllOARD-: : \
the river here is 21M<>0 yards broad, and !9 foot up House, St. Mary's, or address: ...
savannahs, and swamps, to support und (',\I'T. O. O. 1 A1L1NJ t: 1NO.VM.: FLOORINC. I ,/.iJ- T U YA ::1
deep in thcchannel ; in longcontinucd rains St. (! L
maintain so constant a fountain, continually lo-l.'H: Mary's, u.
it hath been known to rise here :3 foot perpendicular .
boiling right up from under the deep -- Stair and ('hurt'" 'ork W. LOHMANN'S
tides the reach here |
; no sea SAW MILL, LAND .
rocks which undoubtedly continue undermost ]l.
Thermometer 72.: 1'. M. Landed at a high .
part of the country I at uncertaindopths? ASP
shelly bluff, where thousands orange-trees(''! -FAMOUSrepared 1
surrounded us, with red-cedars and live '' GO SOUTH, 1'OUXO JC.I.Y-GO TOScores ORANGE ALL SI/KS.::\ : ; Flour. ,

oaks, beyond which i is a rich swamp and I 1'LOUil.t." Post t Ot1il'{' H.x Iii,
marsh then landed again at I janl Fernandina, FIt H
pine-land; a : of newspapers in the great Northwest --
for sale the I
point on the liorth side of a great cove on are ringing the above expression into rj 11i1: IIl1tll'I'ooiglll'.lot1't'r : I

the east lake where we lodged. the ears of their readers! ctailalll1 weekly, Saw :Mill lit Dnlton. LANDBETHS'SEEDSSSBEST ONLY F1YK" : CKNTS: : ]PKR POUND. \
and it is confidently asserledthat during the i
, 2d. White frost on the boat ; thermometer
next two or three years! more than a hundred Transit Hallroad near Feriuudina
:ti{ Set out to view the cove, which was thousand energetic and industrious '

surrounded with extensive marshes on the farmers will seek homes in this State. They :120'rC'It! of Tortile Land. 1784 It not nolil. in rour ton n.you 1881 (r.-tf A'I' OLD 1'. O. HUILDING.)

south side, on the ea and west: with marshes nilircfrr homcsteadsin I-a"'t: and :South Florida cimgPtthrmi>mall Prop -- -- I.
and although there are still millions of With an n. a JWfai Card for CIII. I ;
several hundred yard wide, then a nar lands in those fnun'lsections logn*and Vrtcf. Tt>"01,'"..aniVrowrr "' '''''rrten.f.iSea1 PRIXTIXO I in l every style, and at 1I
acres: of unoccupied Orange Grope of 2OO Trees.! * row cypress-swamp( joined to the common all of which will soon be made accessible DAVID LtAM.UllliT 11&. SON8.rniLADX.JJL .
pine-land; we came again into the river 80 : by means railroad and canal facilities The Mill is in first-class: order.\ A tmmroulIl'xtl'letl ---- i'3

broad which at first south yet the demand for agricultural and \ : three miles into a line tract of I
yard ran fruit I Kinds 1 will be great, when the rent \ .
so timber. ]Dwelling; House, Store.:: Pil.ickMuith: : : NOTICE !
then bended cast for several mih''e ______
: saw
Ininitijrntioii/ : wa\e; reaches us, that the mo Shop, :Stables: and quarter fi"r employes, on
very extensive marshes on each side (with ml'lItar'altlt' placed upon the same will I he, the place. ---- 1
f several short cypress-trees and maple-ham forced, as matter: of necessity, to locate on' .f1" I'riee Very I.on.r ('aud..
mocks interspersed) until wccamclo: a }pondon Florida J'T YDD i
the rich lauds -provided W. H. C. Ill tYi'I': ::, .
the south, soon after which we landed necessary railroad facilities are constructed: FRKD W 1IOYT, ,

and climbed( tip a tree, from which we had a to enable thl'lItll reach here and carry oil' l lIt Fcrnandinu. Arc receiving immense additions to their already large: :Mock of

prospect of the lake I lying N.11'. with an extensive the fruits of their IIIlutn'lIhou.r: ) we 1
are force 1 to concede: that our climate i is not
marsh between : "'c observed : Groceries! and J'ro\ ioim.!
us favorable to the growth semi-tropical SPRING AND! SUMMER GOODSt
.- willows, but the woody swamps arc fruits: us that of South; FlOTila'd' we have y\

chiefly black and white ash, with red maple u more fertile soil-can produce a greater .\XaJ,. v rmr.vn, :.1
riety of erus-vul ht t the exercise of energy Men's and Youth's
next the river, and generally a cypress- and enterprise( in the: building of necessary: T> AKIHS': AND) roxFF.cTioxF.Hs: !, Clothing, .

swamp interposed between the ii iie-lamm, and direct lines of railway-place the !same O
with less noiR .
unds\vampsofa h ; we rowed several coursesin upon the markets the country \
expense! gn'ah.t'l'rtai II )',and more dispatch I ,
sight of extensive: marshes and swamps, than fruit and produce raised in the penimbtlha (CJroeerie! Cigars! anal Tobaccos! <;OOI)S-A full und ('ollll'ldetol'k, consisting! ; of SUMMER\ SILKS.ALLWOOL i

2, 3 ort miles wide more or less ; the river : counties. LACK: HUNTINGS:: LAWNS: I.1 NiN: LAWNS, HARKOKH::( ; and (1HKNA- :.
font above the driest therefore forced to believe! that TOYS AXD FANCY ARTICLKS.:
pretty high, 2 We are ,
DINKS:: SWISSKS:: 'I'A it1.t71'.15,1'h'1'ORIA: : und PERSIAN: LAWNS: at low prlceN.,
there i is bright future for Middle Florida.If .
times!, by reason of the great rains, yet it u Kntertainmcnts and Picnics in Sniiiiiier SilkN, from Cents ;
we follow the example und display a little Weddings, ltargaIus Fifty upwards.
barely covered the swamps even in pretty of the enterprise of our East: : l"loriclafril'11l1 furnished the shortest notice, at rock-bot t

low places, but indeed there is little difference we can secure portion of the blessings tom prices! at Gents' Fine Furnishing' Goods a Specially.,

in their height for scores! of miles, unless 'and prosperity! that the approaching ANOF.L'3 HAKKRY.Cent !i

the and pine-lands : "'c tidal wave of immigration; is destined to t re :Street, Our Improved Dollar Shirt is the bent, unsurpassed in (U and quality. "
near palmetto this f.lvorl'.ltatl'; 1m.mij.tnlllts 23: Opp. old 1'. 0. Imilding.This \ ; .
to peculiarly
landed bluff of 2 3 acres of bring Bleached and llrowii ('offo..", at Wholesale Prices! Fruit of Loom nt i
on a shelly or will voluntarily H'ck1.1., we '" --- ---
sour orange-trees full of fruit ; then rowing must! seek them. They have very little 10 cents! IO-I SlieetiiiKN. ti5 cents., t"

along the cypress-trees! which grew here next knowledge of this !section ; they arc not even J A case: of hplendid Standard I'rintN, at O cent*" per yard.,7fl .

between aware that a welcome nwuits them ; no special ;, Wu! are Agents far IJKVMX: tt ('O., lentiingClothiers! of New York City.
the river interposed
a deep swamp invitation has been extended for them \
the cypress and pine-lands; wo came to Cle to make their. homes with us. They have received :Spring :Samples now ready ; 2'I
ment's Bluff, where we encamped on shelly glowing accounts: of the beauty, fer Fit guaranteed.i .

bank 12 foot perpendicular the lower part tility and grandeur of the :St. Johns, Indian a A visit: to our establishment will convince you !that, while we do not sell I
the water indurated shelly rock river and lake regions of the :State, ulIIIthc inferior thuds: we are the Cheapen, !. Ilry Goods, Iloime"" from llnlne to
next was an thousands Northerners* who arc located .

the bluff is .TOO yards long and one broad, there and who are in daily communication : space reserved for Florida.

more or less, beyond which. it gradually de- with the friends commendation they left behind reference A. H. NOYKH, (iitocKU AND t.'Sii'u"Cn \xiir.Kii. : J'. C3 T. E.--DD: : .I

savannah then to the have no words of or New York ()/Jill" ', ) N.K.: 'or. Centre and Third Sis..
clines back to a to this section, for they know nothing who is too busy to write an advertisement.ii. 17 tf { .
Htn'd- { .
oaks thisis Nl: Walker ] ( \, 1.1:1.SANI30RN : .
pine-lands palmetto and shrubby ; and can give no information of the grand

on the west icle of the river, as is theorangl'grovc garden spot of the world nC'o.tl"lllll'twl'l'lI: i I

thermometer Is. I.M. thcSuwuneeaiid .tpaluchhcohtrivers! with
; its hills:' und valleys! its beautiful lakes: its & I-IOY
3d. Clear cold morning: ; thermometer :.'.0. sparkling streams, its bubbling springs: its f

wind X. "'. The ground was froze an inch majestic forests: and its rich and fruitful I soil -- -- -I
This beautiful region l is, even to our Northern I
thick on the banks ; this was the fatalllight I II
friends located cast und south of Us, a I I
that destroyed the lime, citron and banana
terra incoynidt, and we have no right: to expect I I

\ trees in Augustine, many curious evergreensup recognition and prosperity: ) until wcextcnd .. GO. i
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the river, that were near 20 years old,and to the great array ol home-seekers the I
facilities! to acquire knowledge, of t the intrinsic i':. oTTF.itiie: ,
in a nourishing state; the young green
merits of l'olllltr111111 have it
shoots of the maple, elm, and pavia, with proclaimed l and known to all[ men wheresoever WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, !

many flowering plants and shrubs never before scattered throughout this great country: T, KRNANDINA) FLORIDA: I

hurt : Set out from f'1<,ment's Bluff, that a most cordial! welcome! will he extended ; j
to men of every nationality, religion,: and DKAI.KH: IS I
rowed by much rich swamp und marsh; o
politics: who will locate among us-that we j
saw many elder-trees in I1;. ver (which growin want their muscle, their energy: their enterprise FInc Funnily Groccrlcau I5y nail Steamer and Sail I

plenty close to the river next the water- their capital to develop this garden ,

reeds) and many alligators, tho'so very cold spot of \lIIcrieu.-.l//J"tieeIlIJ (.unstltiition. ASI'l'tVIHION I
that it had froze the great convolvulus and '
i the shrub after held out :
coreopsis! ,yet great
The ex jxirte and unverified reports made: A LARGE STOCK OF I
The banks in several places: 2 or 3 foot /
were by Federal officials in the South 1 I, ami sent I

high, bhelly, und two rood broad ; then fell oh to Washington to show their politicalzeal H.tJ I
their haw been Customers can rely upon getting CHOICE '
chiefly ash, und hate, to superior! -
back to a fine rich grassy swamp, c..J I
spread before I Senator Frye, Mr. IHalne'ssuccessor () I I
elm, and cypress, but much more open than and factotum, and the mouthpiece ROODS, itsNOTIIiNO I '

down the river below the great lake, with of the administration in the :Senate, und by

frequent patches! of marsh and high him wrought; into a speech( of ferocious bar
barism. Headers of intelligence well ] FUItNITUBE I'
grass and small maples, willows, and cephalanthus very !i
know that these reports arc ..unworthy I
thinly scattered upon them ; the treatment as evidence or proof; t they large Z :

higher banks with live and I water-oal s. not been subjected to the tests! which arc essential are kept in stock.

landed about noon on the ('lIst-!>ido on u to determine whether they mire true l-ron'h'lInl, and HimiiiCMH" (Card, I ; Rv
or dal+e. The rei orts are but gossip, hearsay
anc.ll50 broad, ni -.\ >"- !
bluff 0 or 8 foot high, yards and rancor done into writlll They are : '

but soon falls back to a cypress-swamp, at sent forward ,by men who got their commissions "',.. is. ('. i)rnvii1 : :, I

the upper end of which oaks and palmettosjoin 11I''I1I1or their success in \'ii IIfyiug
tin people on whom they were middled ;; and o OENUHAL MKUCIIANDISK.CALL
the river and little back the pines begin .
a who realize that, to keep their places they / F.XKHAL: : COMMISSION' MF.ItCJIANT( : ;

must outdo all their! previous etforts in that

4th. Pleasant morning ; thermometer f,0. line. They have sought to do $.). What CKNTKK: Sr., .NKVU 1 H.: It. DKI-OT, MH
Set out from Whitlow's UliiflT; the river they allege; under these motives, ami without .
any effort! to examine the charge<<, i is injected :
makes a great easy bend, and sends out a into Mr. Fryc's speech: us evidence FKHXANDIXA) )I FLA. :0G

brunch, then the course is from cast to south, The atrocity of the proceeding is capital. Z

then S. IL: the east banks being sandy 8 or 10 The malevolence of the spirit it !showed Hay, Corn /lots.ti I If
ah,tdute. The utter violation of fairness, of
foot perpendicular full of live and swamp- judicial methods ami of the equities! of debate --. .. < CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.

oaks, great magnolia, bay and liquid amber, itself, i is", manifest and WUlltoll.-.tI1JIIIII {'. I'. 11.\ tYf' (%I(.11 T"

but none of UI'III'l'r large; then pine-lan-l Aryut. A .KJiT, H i ]

to the south bond then -lower ground, but WHOLKHtie AM KKTIII. ( )

on the \H'!>t-biclc very good swamp ; it then it. '1. III:\ )iuso.\. 1)UT'IiER AXD] STOCK DKALKH: : :

takeit a contrary bend to the south, then ,j) ANI'J'ul'r I

east, where there Is a fine orange grove ofeach la Ire. : I

lIi.lcof the river: at the corner of the TF.XXKSS: ; ; Ill K F A 8I'JoCIAI.1'Y: SANJ301 tN & IIOYTARLINGTON

south bend, the mouth of a lake apj>ears I I HKOOM STKrrr: : WHARF,

one mile wide and :2 or 3 long, which pj-tr! FIHXAXDIXA.: FLA. ,

tered the i south and w'n"l 1 _
; course near: i :
the ea>tide is }Until with a narrow cypress- I C. BUST. II. HTKIT/ NURSERIES
('. n.uc'I'at' ('(.(
the westside -
ewarnpaudlive-oukialtentately :
cm --
with pines, but above the marshes are 'Inq,< rters and Wb',1t! -ale I>>>ealerinForeign :
1.\ very rich, full of w,.tter-reek and elder onImth "'IeO.'U'\ 8..d NIIMI.THOI'K'AI.: I'Id!.'1' TKIIKS: : hostS: l>>1.:11): : .

. sides of the river, which! I is about :50 1'siIR7'.IKYRt>> and Ooniexllc t'Ot'N owl IVIK: : (;HIINIIHI: usam! i'I.O"'I.tUX'I'N.: .

yards broad and near 3 fathom deep. We FruitIIM" cli.., .
! landed where a sandy bluff Juhl.l the river; FIFTH ST.. FKRXANDINA, FLA.

\ it I product I ..! lire and water-oak, palm and N,.... ."a.>, ;.7 and l a!I Market: Street.C.HAKLKSTON. Xf\\: UI' c'JlOWlltJtl14,: lludded Orange '1'rt't'N11": .\ SPKCIALTY

bay ; coasting the east-hide, we moon coineto .
I' nom:.;. MKTALLIC CASKS: : -
a creek up which we rowed: a mile, in
, ti foot water: and 3U yards broad of the col" BURIAL ..: ('(WJ'ISS5 > CASKKTS.Telegraphic1 rlt'- L'ou..iluIUl'lIh of (0'1.1'1111I'( Ole, ( t:>> ;tr!Sen l .for 1)'Itt'rll'tln' Catalogue.

our of thf lOt'., *melled like bilge-water, tast order promptly attended to. olivittd I, and )prompt return made. 11.41:11 AMIKItT: I. IIIU"'II.. : .


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WASlllXGTOX. ment In the true sense of the word ; there J. II. lll] SCO'r'l\ Fertilize I I ( : ", I

exists: only a camarilla which deserves much J'A'
committee the GOIJLD; &v: co.'s
more than the executive!
r mq r i name 'tisuiplng band.' Style, Fit, .......................,.....,.................... ............... '
The address then continues : LI\'lmy
A 11.\ UK 1.1 Tilt DKVIJCK.. i
; i qty" "'I-tt'l'II.IZIn
To escape from this situation two coursesare Comfort, CARRIAGES AND WAGONS

To the Editor of the, Mirror : opell-I\' revolution which will overthrow ....:........... ..............................................:.... To and from Steamers!! and Trams..
WASH ,(y o>, I). 0., April; T). all abstaclcs, or a voluntary transformationof thc horrors AI) CONTRACTS FOR HAULING: ETC
the To avoid
:j' i This week ]ica been undistinguished( : : ei- or a revolution supreme' the power.executive committee) appeal Durability. IS TIIK 11ESTrilHIXO : ron PALE t '

copt for partisan debase i.i the Senate, nc.mbl'c.n to the Czar to choose the second course. HORSES IH'GGIES: HARNF.SSCARTS :=
further ? '\0 ] to not as representative of for FALL (IAIlIENS-it being
} caucuses! and cpomrc: o appeal you, AND WAGONS.agTERMS .
but to honest man JL not only perfect plant food, but will
a tyrannic }power, as an CASH.-O-
the Star Route f.auus in the postal depart- "
will keep all insects at respectful distance.
a :
We hope that a feeling of exasperation
tr men!.. Tile Senate dcnri-lok has 1 Listed fo not !4 I.lo Jn you the consciousness: of your For sale in any quantity, largo!; or !small' .i1-0f1l'e and Wharf.f'tahtc-First 49-tf, I

1 long that it has almost; ceased :,o cxciic commciit duties and the wish! to know the tnith. We and country orders delivered Fit KM: on Broom Street

and the Slar Route exposures a/c the also have reasons to be, exaspenucd! ( ; we boats or cars. Vegetable growers THY IT
fathers bat our GOULD it CO.,
have los not only our ,
chic tone: d'scassea in political circ'eC brothers wives: children, our best, friends. (VI 3m 8 '\". Hay St., Jacksonville! Fill

{ Tle: Sta Rote service: is name given to We are ready to suppress! all personal I feelin.TJ GET THE BEST.

nil the mails' that ac t ansio"U'd! |. by oilier : for (he g'loeloi Itossia. We expect no Hating largely: increased! myNfork J. N. KOllSOY 4V: SOX,

than id',1: pad aid stcanboat coivcyaiice, I less from von. JJc not shocked at our proposals ( of 1'ool-ueiir in both flue
; t do conditions necessary: for snlWi-; .
and it i'ichidci n;c.co lch, horse-bacl:, and ting peaceful development fur the revolutionary mid iiuMliiini gra .. :
pedestrian: transportation' in the Month and movement are prescribed not by us, -l C.II"'lo. t1t"r'hIlIlIH.j- WfBSTENJtCT/ON
bird lo .laee before 1113eiisloni" -
Far West. Ovc.4 some of the' lines in the but h)' l1il ory. These conditions are in our i
opinion 1st A general amnesty for all political assortment of
tha-i t'ncs letters : : era'" uvry large
ParIt, not more ptv CHARLESTON:: S. C.,
: crimes of the past, as they were, -
A'S"l week arc passed! There are mo.c than nine no crimes: but the fulfilment: of civic Boots, and Sloes, made by the If you Intend some day to getWEBSTER'S

t. thousand Slt'; R-mte tides in all, for which chilies 2nd. Convocation of representativesof most'" competent and H Killedworkmen. CONFINING( ( themselves strictly to their UNABRIDGED

the annual appropriation: i isubouliJi(>0<),0N-) the whole Russian! people\ for revision of illl''S' respectfully solicit con.Slgllllll'lI ,
I Jieexisiilugforums o." political and soc'al' life, These Goods; werepurchased tl'!. "DO IT NOW."
and 1 18JO Assistant:
Between the years 1C73:: with
aid their revision in popular'
: harmony
for (!ASII and
Post.nas'e.-Gc.ie al )'l\liy-a1l appointee: o" asninuloiis.., !I are THE NEW EDITION

Senator :Morton, of Indiana, deceased-ap! only exchanged for the samecommodity. FIItTIL17Eltti. Contains over 118,000 Words,

to have fiiniisned reasons, in the shape SOUTH OF TWEXTl'-EMUIT ItEOKKES. 'l'hiH111 be deemed -
pears -- --------- --- 1928 Pages, 3000 Engravings,
of so-called pcilMo.is(I: for havliig the service .
a pleasure after "seeing, examliiiiiK Four Pages Colored Plates,
This business ]has }been trade
of these roules "exncdte(1; our special
nlncty-tliivo ,
on and learning at whatextremely for over twenty years! and we have endeavored 4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings,
which means incrcnacd: : f'o.n a weekly to a THE NORTHWEST COSTIUSTEI! ) WITH KLOKIIU.LIMONA
to furnish our planting friends, a PtJllK:
daily, or at least more frequent, carriage of lliujuionoroii COUNTY, FLA., ) low i. rices" these' ARTICLE: lit 1 their continued patronage is! Biographical ,

mails. They succeeded so far that they March 19, 18Hl. J Goods; ", are offered.Ktocit our best indorsement.! Wo arc prepared to of over 9700 Names.

Were there no newspapers' one could not fill orders for all kinds of Fertilizers! together .,t'nulirulnnoJ complete Eng T
raised fie cost of these ro.ires'coin $i2i.OOOto The
: realize how vast! is our country. The Sumliy :';:1 :fly or IXTMMIVS: with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and Dictionary"
k ?, t $2G03OOD.( : : so that there weie oily about Telegraph tells the world tbatduring the past: ; Compound 11 Phosphate.! Has 3000 Engravings!; nearly three inr

$3,0'J7,000 left for the other 0,003: route four months, the intensity of the cold has Fim\ISIII.\,i ('; )OIS is", worthythe J. N. ROIISON:; & :SON; school as many and family any other should Diet'ry.E'ery have.It JuL

ttk' There have been f>r a long time: suggestions: been greater than for years before in the old. attention of those", desiring", 60 Charleston S. C. constant! reference. E
Northwest. Of the loath of men and animals ____ __ n ___ ___ GET THE STANDARD.
and suspicions o" fraud in the Star Route the cold of than fine C;ood .
by ; snows! deeper Webster's is times the
service, but the deHeli:\ : ; which Congress was ever before known : of blockades of travel Salt of of any other series over ot 20 Dictionaries S

called upon co meet at its last session flist and commerce, over regions supposed! almost ;(r Orders left to my "selectionwill highest authority of the Courts In |T1
rainlessus! they are treeless; floods: destroying The ."-Chief Justice Waite. JLAn ..
the matter io public
brought; prominently : vast amounts of property ; of the cessation receive careful and promptmatIcntiOil. almost universal authority in deciding -
notice. Mr. Brady seems to have been sea of the social whirl, because! the snows! II. J. BAKER & BRO.lM. the meaning of words.No A

cessful in postponing: public exposure! and impeded horses! : and men ; of mail and passengers other Dictionary has been bought by N
State to its Schools.
in seeming: his money. The appointment kept hack by snows piled in solid J H. PRESCOTT, any on which supply nine-tenths of tho
masses many feet atop of lines of travel, too Dictionary D
of the present Postiiasicr-Ocnc.-al, IIOWCV/, deep, too firm for removal bv aught but ]human \ .-> 1'EAIIL MTRKKT: NI-'AV: YOUK, in tho of the Government country are based.
was a crisis in the a.Tairs; of those who were nerve and muscle lint before this 4-3m Feriiaiidina, ria.ilia. Authority Washington. Jan. 1881.Rteommcnded Printing. A

implicated this Smr; Route business, end reaches Milwaukee it will have to record another --- --- by State Supt's Schools in "T%
and record of such floods as have not visited and 50 College Pres'ts. Xv
that Mr. -
it is believed by Brady Manufacturers of
many -- --
that same old Northwest, because thesun -- that has been placed in more
others in high o:11llIll'osalollln: ; both political shall have crossed the equator and released Dictionary public schools in U.S. D

k'k'r r { parties, will: I have to a'iswor tluoiijlirriminal ; thc letters of ion and broken the bonds, IS IT NOT THE STANDARD?

;r ry I. proceedings: for tncir t transgressions.t of snow. Such is the winter record of apart +-ci i IM i '.\i. F i':KT i M%i:ns.11I. .-- publishedbYG C.MERRIAM. Springfield,Mass.

of our common country north of the Alto Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary.
{ It seems! that e.-Senato.f Dorsey) of Arkansas '
43d: parallel] of latitude. solo Pages Octavo. 600 Engravings.
smirched this Star
is considerably; by
SOUTH! or 2S now DIFFEmmENTI: !
Route steal. Among the contractors' in the o
,' a No flake of snow has fallen. Frost has +
service: his brother brother-
Star Route are ,
killed tender Flowers ]have
no plant .
---- --- --- --- --
in-law] and a former pa-hirer. Tne contracts bloomed in the gardens, gay as in mid.summer. .
-. Tin: i iiiLAmM: niA TI.MKS.THE .
:; j awarded these threa individuals: were Only, when a more than usually cold I ;fyouiNE:=-tj. .

; "expedited" from $.",.>,000()( to $5 0NN, () ; so storm has ]passed over the Northwest, has TIMES: I'O111881 1.
the wind from the north required man t toencase I ,: '
-- 'I'U"It1.XJJU
fltciarsta --- 1'hc70u will the :New Year with
(* enter a
that it that the Dorscy" ring: misthave
appears himself in coat kindle lire in
a or a 1 larger circle of regular readers than it had at
i il } made n handsome. haul: of nearly half his illy ('lIclolllhn'lIll1g.( We were planting ,- : : 'k any prc\ions period of its history, and tho

million dollars. orange trees, plowing!; and driving: 1111111.weltill important events of the 1I1'xtl'ar must

The warm weather of the past' week it Is: garden, picking oranges, tomatoes!!, steadily enlarge the field t of independent'
cucumbers, bananas, and guavas hero while p
thoujlit, will MOOII thaw out the deadlock journalism.
t ha was nearly solid in Wisconsin.Memory .
A Most .\ administration will be
: Superior Article, under our own new inaugurated ;
i iI iI iL in tho H..'ale. In the h recent Republican i alone recalls: the warm wraps the occasions will create
new new political
I encased. l feet, hands, cars and nose to protect Is a compound of the virtues' of sarsaparilla political C
far Formula.COMPLETE .
there to Special the commercial and industrial
caucus, was an agreement sn dock with :: ; great \ :
them from tho freezing blasts of the Manitoba stillingia:: yellow ,
relax: its rigidity as to consider, the more the sleet and the iodide of potash and iron, powerful prosperity' the country must !stimulate '
waves drifting snows.Wo {
anti and thrift in till sections and
blood-making, blood-cleansing, life-sus progress! ,
important of tli, I'resident nominations in left more than the cold. We left influenza -
taining elements. It I is limo purest, safest, the tendency of political power will bo toward -
executive! f session! The Chinese t treaty must ( "tI hi'l.lhc rheumatism, the asthma and most elTt'I'tuaalterativo medicine ('orruItiollllllll; dcfpotism' as it ever is

be considered before long, or the time agreed the diphtheria tho scarlatina the dreaded known or available to the public. Tho sciences when the )people are diverted from the stern
sniall-poK, the typhoid\ fever neuralgia, and of medicine and chemistry have never criticism: of authority by, IIlIelpl'Jlty.
for its ratilication will 1 have lapsed peace f
i upon ; tho long list of diseases!! incident to tho extremes produced valuable a remedy, nor one so t r MANURES i a The Times will bo in the future, ns it has
I x and taking one thing with another, it is of out-dutir cold, hot-houses, illy-ven! potent to cure all diseases resulting from been in the past, absolutely,: independent of

s! improbable that the deadlock will continue tilated roomsand rushes of frl'l'zillhlll\ impure blood. It cures Scrofula and political parties, but earnestly nnd fearlessly

longer than till tho first of June. Wo America.found the most healthful slut' in North all scrofulous diseases, Erysipelas, Foil KVKKY; : "'_\Ht Citoi1'roparod -, devoted to integrity and patriotism' i in our I
hose, or St. Anthony's Fire, Pimples statesmanship' to the Irl''elolllUlid sanctity -
Where suns ever shine and (lowers btoolll0 ," and Face-grubs, Pustules, Blotches, of the ballot. Dependent) party' organs
THK NIHILISTS AMt TIIF'CZ.IU.' Dolls, Tumors, Tetter, Humors, will continue to babble about
'\ found water from the well purer than party' men and
Salt Khcum, Scald-head, King-worm : on scientific principles! to supply
To the J-'dttor f the Mirror : from the clouds, brighter t than from the lilt- Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, -worml party measures: ; to suppress pervert or deny
ST. PKTKKHIU-KU m April 18, 1SSI. {'tI. Wo found t I summer I tempered i I by )bree/.es Disease, Neuralgia Female Weak the exact' plant food for each crop, so as the truth when party interests: demand it,
from Ocean and (lull, without tho dreadful anil Irregularltlcs Jaundice and to lavish the regulation praise' of the servant -
nesses ,
The Nihilist executive committee ]has to produce large yields! per aero.
just to the but the
suffocations of night i sweatingilliout deaths Affections of the Liver, Dyspepsia, master! ; growing intelligence -
issued manifesto, addressed to the Czar, by sunstroke, when neither mercury nor Emaciation, and General Debility. of the ago daily] multiplies the readersof

which reads as follows : water boiled or scalded noon, but both; restrained By its searching and cleansing qualities tlieindepeludenthewspaperundthejour
.. themselves below. Allen DE.\LKIIS IS1'1tIMI.1i111CUh1'lT1L nals which best nlIl'd the raliolly.hl'fl'uinJ1Il1'I'IUIIIl'
I it foul] which
out the corruptions
\ot HKHINKW We understand purges
n : : : can fully of the will IJC
contaminate the blood and cause derange ] { I people thegreat
; your grief at the present moment, but III.OOO IIEVT OF TIIK llE\I.TIIFfl.: MIX. ment and decay. It stimulates and enlivensthe American journals: ot the future. ,.

i the executive committee does not consider We found a new flora of trees plants, vital functions, promotes energy and : \ h CHEMICALS.SULPHATE : Tho 7'inu'saitilsto reach the highest: standard

j itself entitled to submit to a feeling of natural vines, flowers and fruit, Old things/ passM( strength, restores and preserves healthand of the independent newspaper.' It fear-
away, and all became new. As the newcomer infuses new life and vigor throughout tho lesMy opposes' corruption and rings in all
] ,ll'1I1'whlch, maybe, required us to in the Northwest icmcmbcrs the apples whole system. No sufferer from any disease : : AMMONIA.: parties, whether in city state or nation. It

(, wait borne time before making the following plums: pears) and other fruits of New which arises from impurity, of the opposes' every form of I imperial t political
manifesto lint there is something higher Kngland: and :Now York so wo have longed blood need despair who will give A YEn'SAttSI'AIJLLA ACID PHOSPHATKS: ;, domination, whether represented by an in
1 fur the products of more northern and cold a fair trial. dividual, by u faction I. or by a )part)': It op-
than the most: legitimate feelings: a man- er latitudes Like Ih11WI' have tried to It is folly to experiment with the numerous looses'' sectionalism North.; and South as tho

his duty to his native country, a duty to rear them, and failed about as ellectually.Unlike low. priced mixtures, of cheap materials, MURIATE: OF POTASH, demon of the Republic, and itdctnand.pub-

which a citizen must sacrifice himself, his them we have found others more and without lIIedil'ilialII'tll..lI., offered as: lie tranquillity and the supremacy of liberty

feelings and those of other people. Yielding than substitutes. With oranges grape fruits blood-purtriers, while disease becomes moro SULPHATE ()to' :SODA, ami law for every citizen of the Union '
and shaddocks, wo can well dispense with firmly seated. A\'EU'S SAKSAI-AIULLA i.s a The Tunes will begin the New Year
to this all-powerful obligation wo resolveto apples ; guavus more than substitute peach s, medicine of such: ('oucclltrah.t'lJrath'o strengthened' in all of its already exception

address you without delay ; for there is and they last nearly all tho year. 1 Tine-ap power, that it is by far the best, cheapest, NITRATE: SODA, ably strong departments its Annals of the

no delay in the historical] proves that threatens plow frohly )plucked from the plant, tolll'lills and most reliable Mood-puritier kllown.Jh'sidans War will be continued in the weekly edition ,
never reach the markets of tho :North far know its composition, and pro. with specially interesting extracts therefrom;
us in; the future with streams of blood] 1 excel the strawberry. (!od made only scribe it. It has been widely used for forty :SUPEUPHOSPHATE: : LIME:, in the other editionsand' thecontributorsof

and ghastly convulsions. The bloody tragedy one strawberry) ," Ho beat Himself when Ho years, and has won the unqualitied c out ISSl to this important feature of

m. emitted on the Catherine Canal I was not put Midi a delicious mass of gust on MO ill- deuce of millions whom it has benefited. H'Ll'I1.TI'I.UXI'H.: : .\, will: be from the most distinguished: : soldiers\

1'r. accidental and ('IHlIl'11'1.111 no one unexpectedly. favored I u plant and hid\ it in the wild wood Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., and civilians of the North and South. Its
of Surinam where man has found it for the large list of contributors in this! and in foreign
To try to explain such acts !purpose of giving it a homo in his garden.: 1'ritcticat Analytical Chemist, Strictly Pure Ground; Hone. countries t will bo more than maintained-

as tho malevolence a individuals, or of The pears delicious as may bo thc Harlett, Lowell, Mass. its reliable news (corrcsioiidenoc| is unsurpassed ;

u 'band,' (fchaiki,) is possible only with tIIll"uat', in llt'lil'1I1'tllI.t melting t'wei>tne> Yew BY ALL DHfUUUTS EYI "WBJRE.: by that of any other journal of the
to the sugar apple( ; and then we have on -- -- --- Our circular give full particulars, and are country ; its various! departments essential:,
{ those who are absolutely] incapable of ana our lists the banana, mango, sap\adilln, sour ;\'I'S obtained' fur new indentions mailed free to all .licants, They contain to a complete newspajuT for the homo and!
lyzing the life of the people." !op the long list of custard apples the fig, 1)'I'I ---- or for improvements in olduucs. information that twill\ he of service to those family circle are ('tJIIt.mtl'lIlinn'f1 by

r. The manifesto goes on to say that during the date and other fruits carrying us Caveats. Infringements, TradeMarksand buying using Fertilizers!, 3-4nt fresh writers, and it will maintain the post.

the last ten thegovernmentof tho late throughout the your. If a man would bofrugivorous all patent business, promptlv attended tion it has won solely on its merits, as one
years and. not oven break the shell of to. 1 IXVKXT10XS THAT HAVK' : 1 HEI'HJ.JECTI'U ::\ of the most reliable and (complete ,
Czar displayed no lack of energy, and was the fattest of oysters, or remove a scale from : : may still, in most cases hI' Iat- of the world newspapers

utterly unscrupulous as to the means employed the best of fishes.HE vnted by us. Hi-ing opposite this 1T. S. TERMS: : UILY-cleliveredbycarriers! for
] to break tho revolutionary JIIOC.mellt CAN Finks SVbTICNlNCK: HERE out Office and wigagiil\ in 1'ATKXT: In'$I. ----- ----- twelve cents a week ; mail subscription: ,'six
NKSS KXC'U-SIVKI.Y.: ; : wo can secure intents 1'o8t-OJlf'e Xotl('('. dollars
; but that it only succeeded in drawingto With all this wo have our drawbacks and a year or hlt'ellt; a month sst-
3 in less time than thoseh are remote Office Jhuri-From 8:00 age free. M-SIHV ..I'JTICI -})oube] sheet
the movement "the best elements in the disadvantages. There is no .Milwaukee norChicago : A M to fi.:(H()) r. si.Money ,
from Washington.When two dollars I
on our better harbor, bay and chan Orders and Registered Letters from a year, i Milage free ; toi ogle copies
'+ t tI country, the most 1Ie\'otl'll11l.'OP0] in Russia ; nels. There are no railroads! with. palatial Inventors send model ur sketch four cents.: WEEKLY-I-IIMM hcsl! every Saturday :
p make ttlo Patent Otlico. and 8:00: A. x. to 1:00: and from
wo scnnh in P.M.: 2:00: 1'. at. morning, two dollars
that during this partisan war with the government cars to whirl men through the world ; no : a yearlive
+ the more imperfect forms of organization great stores whore merchant princes deal out advice\ atit its iiuitidential|II1tl'IItahllity't fit's nf rlllrrfltlrn''IH'"lh'II't' to 3:30: p. M, Sundays from 10:30 to 11:30: A. copies$. $H ; ten copies, $l5); twenty copies
( ; re.isonablo $2.i. .\
haw-mills ribbons hardwares cloths p M. and 3:30 to 4:30: tmextrtc0pysentfrcetothegetterup)
and P.M.
had been replaced perfected j ones, ; and NO CJIAIUJK: l' I.II'T: 1 uf a i l
} furbelows no theatres
rr the weaker champions by stronger! tit) to burning]houses; ;daily nogUdcdti.iKtoiis.papers norburglargs nor. KXT: I IS 011TAIX*::!lJ.' ARRIVAL AMI PEPtRTfBE OK THE MAILS. Address TIER: TIMKSt: ; i
Wo to t the ltit3l'ttst
selection till the turnouts refer by I pt-rmission Xurthtrn .1,11'1rrin'S daily at 10:30: M. Philadelphia..
nay, by natural reprisals of ; nn guy resplendent with mater, and to time SujH'rintondent of the Closes I .. .. A. tnw
the government i h 1870 -79 called/ into existence paints and ,varnish carrying gay men and .st-OUUv, Money' tinier Division in Wash Southern Mail-Arrives 3.l:oo p. M, TRY Till]': -- T
women, more plondent in fine'wools, and : 3:30 p, M,
the executive 'I'n'lIittt't. Should the ington. For "|Htial n't"rt'JIl'1cI.'in'II.r! udVico Clases II
",ilL.s. to say nothing of paints and |1"'III.t11 .-:;. 10:00: A. II, YORK
same course be persisted f hi, the post showsus .\ these are wanting, and even the gardens! terms, etc., address C. ,\. =SNOW( fi (CO. .u. Murift oat' Tftt'ler't JIUl .1/c1il- NEW OBSERVER ,

," the commit go on to say, "how terrible walks! drives and promenades of the parks :'.If I'I'l'Ul'lIt Oltk. Wui>hingt; 'in, 1)C.HIO Cliises Arrivi-s Mondays Tuexlays and and Fridays at ::3i) r. :II.! THIS Y}:.111.
and public grounds are unlocatcd and. un Thursdays at 8.00: .\. M.
] will be tho future; and no one regretsmore built. The low lumbering wjgon tho one- Xf. J/nrv, Ha., oulv- TIn LAROESTlxii

deeply than the com-nittee itself the horse; cart with the driver in the saddle, the llrmird Arrive ll'lI.lapulhl Thursdays at SOO: A. M, : IX Tin ERST F4.WLl'1.I1'E1
Joss of so much f talent] and so much energy small oxon with role| !lines on their horn, Will lfgi\' -n for \pri.dto coiuiit the 011\ Tues.lays' and' Fridays at 2:30: I'. M, 1roRLD

) i in work of destruction and sanguinary con trudge over the sandy roads as in the day whothstruytrl" tbo ign Uvirdon the 1 1-mjlo 1'lln Mhcysanlsat'dav's at9.lX) ". M, ,ti't- emit for Sample
a of grandfathers when the the ('it>sos Tuexlays, 11'trlne's.la3s COf'Y-FTl't.;
our great or NIIIIO t>o>t near railroad .Imp.i ,
flict. What is the necessity of nil this? It thing was the order of the day in Wisconsinbefore. i "'. F. Sti1TT. Friday* and Saturday'a1 at :!:30 p. M. NKW: -

Js because In Russia there exists no govern .-IbrrrqioHJtHee Milu-uulfe Ttliifif 1J.. 1\.I Commiv 5oiu-r, FiTiuudinu Ij..t. =$\IlL T. RutLL.1'. M. 1-3t YORK ORSKRVF.R.: : :

o 37 I'ark Ru\v. New York.






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f I 1
\' WILL OllAXancVLTVltK }t.lr? plump body, short attenmo, short bristles, perfectly safe to anticipate that: upland\ rice ..1880. 1881.
r no wings, and legs so short that it cannot (sowed as wheat and harvested!' in the sameway
Oco. M. Stearin, 1':"<1., of:Springfield, Mass.( ,
, move far from where it is placed: and its ) would produce, on average wheatland"
who acknowledged that lie did "nut know hooked claws! are only used for holding onto ) twenty liti'OieN }per acre.Kven .
enough about orange culturetopivcati opinion the plant when it eats. The mother lives : at tfie same yield, upland\ rice will !.
of any value" relative to it, but who but a short time, and as the body dries up give more than one and one-half times the ,
proceeded to give one all the same, says it and becomes u horny ca' e, the lar'Iwhir I nutriment for human: food as an acre ol THE
does not pay. and that he "would not advise are born after the parent dies are cradled in wheat, while its cas-h value will be moro i
any "one to come here and go into the this empty shell of the mother. than twice that of wheat. The rice straw I is .;
business. :\r. Stearns was a visitor to the The cochineal feeds "1'01n kind of Indian fully as good for forage ns that of wheat or I
State and had been here
perhaps as long as
fig, or cactus called Xojnl; the plants are oat!!.
two weeks, when he gave utterance to his set in rows and kept cut down to about four Kvery ono knows that what were once our
opinion Of course us he hirnsrlf"Ihis bestv heat lands have become it I ,
called ,
feet high The plantations:- are nopalcrics as were,
opinion on orange culture is of littio value*. : ," or cactus gardens, and sometimes "wheat sick"-they need rest from this crop
But we will let another Northern man speak ono garden has fifty or sixty thousand no if we would have t'heir cultivation remunerative. I .
who docs&/1111I' something/ about the business, selected In rice have (he
pals. The most prickly plants are upland\ we promise \
or, rather, we will let the result of his labor the cochineal of substitute mort''all1l1hll' than the
as best since these protect a original. FLORIDA MIRROR
speak for him from other insects that would do it harm Constituents of the soil (hat havobecnexhausted
Mr. Oeo. W. Lyke, of San Mateo, in this
remain in abundance
for wheat
The natives plant the cactus on hillslopesor :- may
county, has been in Florida for fifteen years, in ravines, six or ten miles from their villages. for upland rice, liven to this crop,
and has kept an accurate account of his receipts in lands will have time to the elements I
In the third year the plants are a our : recover
and expenditures, in labor ami money, condition to receive the in!'cets.We essential to wheat ; and, 10, by alternating ,
from the day planted his first orange tree may add that the scientific name of from rice to wheat and wheat to rice, I
until the present time. Mr.( Lyle has made the cochineal Insect! is Coccu* (,I/rl-that! of with crops of clover Intcrn'ning,8h11: '
a success of orange rowing 'He has been which it I is of t I I
the species of cactus upon non- soon enter upon an era unprecedentedprosperity.
kind enough to furnish us with statement We .
ally raided is Ojnintut ((I'dllllrift'rll( I.
to the co! e of the thirteenth year, which is have\ of
We knowing
found this cactus growing to great perfection no means precisely 4
ns follows : in southwestern! Texas and bl'ouht1lants : the price at which upland rice could\ In sold; I\
Sour stumps planted in 1807.................. :.TOO( of it to .\lahal1at this writing in our market-. but, comparing it with Carolina = =S.T.E.AlV.[:=_=
Half ofwhich survived and were budded they are I giving fair promise of making themselves rice, have no reason to d. uht it would\ '"
in 1S07-OS'( .. ...................................... 150Threeyear entirely at home with in. If they succeed fetch 1 cents por pound. Taking this as a 4
old seedlings planted in 1S71 1">0 we shall make an effort to stock them bas-is' :- we have the formula :'Ji I (number of
Completing a grove of........................... .'{(IK) with the cochineal insect, with a view to hu"hl'Iwr\: acre), xno (number of pounds
Co cultivation per tree each year....., 'Joe testing the capabilities of our Gulf coast in per bushel: ), xl I ((1I\1111hl'l'of'l'lIto4l'l'r pound),
Cost of fertilizers per tree each year...... :'JOcCro the way of producing t'ochirwal.-J/olle lirijiufcr. equals:- $18 as the gross amount t per acre. ,I

}>s. Oranges. '.(/11/1', __ Take thirty bushels as the yield, and we

1870; ,........................ ..... l.r>uo ::: ao have $j:! as the res-tilt. In any case it i is
1871....................;......... Ii.100 10: VrLAMt It ICE. plain to see how much 111111'1'11111lhlt'; the ,1
1872:!............................... 10,000 :'tl.) During a fl'I't'Ut'I"it to the Department of crop than the avernirt wheat crop, and it i is -tr
187/ ;{.......... ..................... 11,00(1( :!/'IOl Agriculture at Washington, the commissioner worth at least: a trial by: our flrnll'rSrJI"I.-
l 1871............................... yo.ooo 1)00t ) who is ever on the alert to t'xtenllal11ollg rrn I'IIIrr1111/ l'ttnncr.oriit .
t I87."i, ............................... 4f<5OOU} !) 'O farmers any and every information touching 1
18715; ....... ......... ........ ...... r.,000(! 1,1:"(j their calling byhich they arc benefited SIX ..111IJI.IO.".."
1877............... ............... 88,000/ IiliO Kindly called our attention to a sample: !
1878............................... G4,00018V n o of upland rice grown in Japan that he had What do the farmers of the :South think ofa
!).......... ......... ............127,0003l2iOO IHOO just received from tile American consul atKanagawn. crop of cotton running up to six and aquartl'l'
millions of bales, with prices!' they
: Though!: not so attractive looking
( $7,590 as the Carolina rice (the !-ullh'II": and already consider unrcmuncrative? If such o .:
other varieties), we are told that this is one has:- been the crop of 1 1880-'Sl I 1. as indicated IILi"erpuol \' j
all account of cost" of land
Omitting !
of the most valuable cereals in U-tlJ:- in China estimates, what musl we expectfor !
and I first cost of t trees and interest t on and Japan. the next I'ott"n'l'ar., with good seasons, 0
money, the expenditures for the 13 and stretch to hire hands, fl
We its! culture our great more
years were...,.................................$1W) really can see no reason why buy more and plant more cotton ?
may not be successful( in this country guano;
Receipts over expenditures! as above... 5,(>40 whIt may not, at an early day, become; Over Hcrrn millions will, have to be our next
The sweet seedlings were not budded, and one of our leading agricultural products.We report, if we succeed. And we are told that l
began bearing usually from seven to nine are strengthened in this opinion by what not only has the cotton area: been greatly
years' from date of planting: the !seed. we Il'arnt.'llthrollgh the commissioner, who increased, but that more cotton is now produced ) t
This exhibit presents a showing quite the has given this subject a great deal thought by white labor than formerly by slave
reverse of the hastily funned "opinion" of and a most thorough irl\'l' tlgatlull. As! informed labor-and yet we are on the wild' hunt for I
Mr.( Stearns. This was )[r. Lyle's first! experience by him, tlH'reI'e two j.I'lIt'I'1I1'aric. immigrants to plaut more cotton. Why will .
in horticulture or fanning. We will ties of the rice plant (oryza 81111'1( ) \ upl11tl"al1l1 we continue to complain of low prices ? And
add that Mr. L. is a high cultivator and uses "lowland.\' this white labor seems to be considerably on

more fertilizer per tree than any other orange The great bulk of the rice' product of the the up grade," for the census, we believe,
grower in Putnam count)'. world is lowland rice but the upland variety shows that, notwithstanding the great decrease
Mr. H. M. Bean, of Norwalk has a'ry is grown in all\ Asiatic countries. In some of colored labor, the cotton area has I'I
fine grove in the pine woods( the total cost of the richest provinces of China, the tax of steadily enlarged. "Exoc1I1Olill! ." therefore,
of which for both labor and fertilizers (each' tribute collected in kind and sent to IVkin and huckstering! social rennioning, preaching I

year has not exceeded sixteen cents per tree.Mr. !! for imperial use, consists, in great part, of fishing, hunting, t trampinu'; soldiering, ==BC>C> A.N"C: == 1:
Lyle has been so well satisfied with upland rice. schooling, and general jl''r perambulating:
his investment that his original grove of 300 I The great bulk of the rice product of the arc none of them to impede) the march of
trees has been extended so as to embrace world is lowland rice, but the \11'1:11111'al'it't King Cotton. The half million of Southern
trees to make two of the andfincst'gro'es white who set for theniselvcsevery
enough largest is grown in all Asiatic provinces. In some youths up I
in the State of Florida. of the richest provinces of China, the tax of year': with the usual: influx citizens
But )[r. Steams says it takes eight years tribute collected in kind and sent to Pckin from i other parts:- will bo amply! !sufficient
}before an orange grove will begin; to give a for the Imperial us-e, consists, in great part not only to keep) up, but to augment his for
return of revenue, leaving theinfercncc that of upland r l'e. ces.-jlfiijw llrynn, in fbiutlirrn Winner'*
in the meantime the owner has to sit still The lowland variety, in all\ cases requires Monthly.s.iVKS.
and<< produce nothin Nothing; can be farther a low level soil, susceptible of being flooded
from the real facts.!: Annual crops arc produced several times during the 1 season. The labor riwsufiJMunILS.
in Florida the same as in Massachu required for its production is:- immense. The JOB PRINTING HOUSE
setts. Even better than one crop is produced >lot of ground must be embanked, \ so as to The Minnesota millers! are now fighting ,
in Florida : three crops of the same product {wIll the wttcr and the soil, after being the old-fashioned barrel. Their cry is
is not an unusual occurrence in one 'ear. flooded! and exposed to the sun, bakes:- and for cotton sacks: holding half a barrel of
But we vyill quote Mr. Lyle again. He did is worked with great difliculty. flour. The millers! urge In favor of the
not find it necessary to remain idle while his On the other I hand I. the upland rice N change that flour does not sift, through; a .
grove was coming to maturity. He engaged grown on high/ dr'lrollllll. and in ordinary good cotton bag as much a vegetable raising for the Northern mar I climates requiring no irrigation ; thedry soil a barrel, and while barrels are worth -15 I: cents
kets. He produced ulmol to market gardening, but we have only the and needs no expensive system of I irrigating I on a barrel of flour of :2."> cent*, with the
figures of his melon crop in 187!). That year ditches and embankments. sacks left. Flour shipped. to Glasgow and
he raised and shipped 10,000 watermelons. It is safe to !say! that the labor in Japan of Rotterdam in sacks, and the "sacks! are Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
The cost and profit of the crop is as follows : producing an acre of upland rice, is less valjieil as high there as henti -.

Labor............... ...................$lrJO than half that required for the lowland ;
Manure ...... .......................... 50 $200 and it may not be more than a tllinIt\ is .
Crop sold, over freight, for.... 500 grown in all the kens or districts! of Japan. I. '., ,
Leaving net profit of............. 300 and in any soil adapted to wheat and corn. HAL f'V
Other parties!! have done better than this, The soil( is plowed' with the Chinese plow,,
but this result is sufficient to show that! something drawn by one animal, usually a co\v or bull,. EGETA8l.sICI .
beside "wnitin can be done before but sometimes by a horse, or it is dug: "l'|
the orange grove comes maturity. Melons with a mattock. The seed rice is sown in LIJtI \
drills about eighteen or twenty inches apart' FERNANBTNA FLORIDA.Having
are usually grown between the orange trees, ; .
Of the nine hundred orange groves in in April or May In the drill-, \before! Un A I \ -
Putnam county at I least 7o per cent of them seed is planted f.L compost of decomposed\ :
arc owned by Northern men, the most of straw, closet manure and ashes is! strewn, '
whom came to Florida with little if any upon which the seed is dropped' -one to one : -
monev to aid them in startling the "busi and u half bushels:: to the acre. The soil it! i1ENEWE
'' dug between the drills threcor four time-
ness.: Most of these groves are now in a up :
flourishing (,0111I1tiuu'er few of thl'l11- to keep it loose and destroy weeds. Two or IJI. ...-. ,- -. '.. -
perhaps not to exceed twenty-having a three times during the growth: of the plant ... becn 'n ('ontant
mortgage or any pecuniary claim: against: small quantities of 1i'llIi,11llallllrcal'cpourl'll ,..
them. The orange growers pay their taxes on the ground at its:- root. The ordinary e by the public '. ,.
height of the plant when niAturnd is about ,
in the world.
as promptly as any people for orer twenty yearn, vVs
Massachusetts) :- farmers not excepted. Those the same as that of wheat or barley ; Home--
that have bearing( groves have comfortable times, from extra manuring, it attains a and la th bent preparation

homes to live, or are making preparations to height of four and even five feet. add.-d\ XKW: TYPi: A.\ll XK\\: I'ltll.HSB.S: :
to office
our having
build them and their diet is of as high order, It I is ready for harvest: September:: or October ever Intented for IlKSTOItl.NO i Tho ,
and H cut in Japan with the "sickle or
the better class
generally speaking, as JICAY HAIK 1(1 ITS StateAssayer
II "II.I.I'U'OH": Il': who know how the
Northern agriculturNts. knife and thrashed as! wheat or baricIt* I nso same, wo are now

Thus, as' any one can see, God's visitations is hulled the same as lowland rice. Any YOUTHFUL COLOK AND I
of distinguished favor come to the diligent acre of land that will produce' good crop of I and prepared to do any ami cvrry' kind of printing,
in Florida as well as to those who till the wheat will bring thirty bushels! of upland" LIFE. >. Chemist
*oil in the colder states, ami that citizens in rice. In Japan un acre produces' forty busheU. I
the North, with motives for accumulating : The weight of a bushel of the hulled It applies the iiuturnl I cf Mass.
wealth and acquiring independence, can rice N from sixty to sixty-one and a half food uud color to the hiilrglaud I and ,

come to this State and engage in horticultural pound. I without ktuliilng' I heklu. lecdint
pursuits with as fair prosj I ects of success The analysis. of this rice, as! given by Parcy It will iucrrako lAud I ;
as in any hwtion in the Union ; in the Edward: Smith and Parks, is" : thicken the growth of the ; Physicians I

meantime enjoying; life in a far more agreeable Nitrogenous matter............................ 7.5."> hair, prevent It* blanching i Ii
manner.-I'nlatki Journal.COCIIIXKAL. Starch ......... ........................... ........... Rx.H'tDextrine endorse!! II
.................. ......................... i.uo and falling off, and tutu FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK A
Fatty matter......... ............................ .wCellulose. ; AVKICT IJAI.UNEh.S.- : I ,
I ..,............................ ............ 1.10 recom : .
In the mljit of its large amount of most Mineral........... ........................ ......... .111) it
valuable reading matter, the April issue!! of It cure lUlilng. J'rurmen
>yicli'ttiu, published by Scribner & Co., N. -100.00--- tion and Dandruff. A* a as a. I II
Y., ha* a very iiistructfve article on "TheCochineal. IIAIIt DKKK.SINOItUverydenlruble greattriumph
." By way of comparison take an analysis I II
It telN ui: that on the map we giving the hair a
will tind Oaxaca (pronounced O-a-cha-cain) from the same authorities of flour obtained I
Ilkeit. .oftne*. whlih all I
the southern part of )Mexico on the Pacific froom 100 pound- of wheat the burlu-xt i in me(t'Iklmlr Il I
It keep* I lie lal'ad
fou>t. This is where most: of the cochineal itcultivated. : quantity obtainable being eighty immN : cine.Xl. I

It conies to us in a reddish Water........................ ...................... II.-JO: cI"u. *H.rt and ht-ullhy. AMfutly, inul a'w" C'liciip n.. Oilier In Florida.
shriveled, seed-like grain, covered with what Fatty matter .................................... .!lul HIIJ-
looks like a white pow er, but when we put Nitrogenous; matter..................... ...... 11.OH .
it under the microscope we find this to be Dextrine and sugar........................... .5.70 '.: '.
vrool.The I. Starch.............................................. .a 7.jliI ,, : .
Spaniard* found the cochineal employed I I ('l'11 lulose .......................................... 1.3fJ' ." ,,;ir ,
as a dye by the natives when they invaded !! Salts ......... ........................ .............. 1.24: .1t ft ", ., .
Mexico, in 1519' about three hundred I II ;
and Mity years ago, and for two hundred I W'.U' ClNGHAM.S ; .. "
years the Kurupouiis: believed it to IKJU It will l he M.fii by the above, that while I \\ THE D'VD .,
They then dis.xtted it, and proved it cetl.l I the wheat yields u somewhat larger amount FOR t > ,

an insect. If you souk it in water fUT IIOUiC of nitrogenous matter, dextrine and ou ar. it WHISKERS ; ..; -. ,.
time and put it under the microscope, you I I contains less than 5.1114'r| cent, of the tareh 111I'111' .rhang Hi* iM-ard .<. a HKOYl'> or "
will M* the fet-t, although;, its legs are very: that a bushel of hulled rice does.! :I
short. I This:: plant set-in to flourish well in the SLACK at UUcrellon. Itelng In one '\.:'..

It i if the female insert only that i is u.sed asa northern districts of Jaj-an a-t it dots in the preparation It Ua.lly applied and I .Jt.... Don't >*:-iid your order* for, I'UINTl.VU: III.NDIXU and 11UI.INT! to ofllcvH outde -
tI 'l". The male and female are 110 unlike middleand) southern portions. The mean annual color that will .
a permanent <*
that yuti would: never uppo> e them to be of temi eratureof the northern districts I is, ,, t'itllt'\"iII
tit* XUt-. Order* for rm-ivu rum'
attention ( 1111.Jelre
the saine kind. The male has two large: til- .a*.3Jo Fab., the extreme maximum M. extreme not wah off. ; prompt >u
very wings loiijf. aUl'lIuafir fft'It I'II. that minimum :2, rainfall tln '-ulle incite. I'llKIMItttf: !Sk'I
Jrllfrum the front of the head quite Ion;: It I is jMwsible that our Held tillage would I PJ'4UHI U.3J1 UIU U.
legs" and\\0 I IUII brittle fl'lun the l lower not give such hi.:h yields a* the thorough R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA N. H. I

i-nd of the body. The female ha* a thick: gardening of the Japanese, but it would be SoW by *lt D a'.n I" M..... j oct:' .'a:. \V: llU. FLA.


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i iI 'THE FLORIDA MIRROR shell road. built many year) ago, needs. repair of drays!, omnibuses, tlack III ell and passengers !'! New ,ldticrtlsmcntenls.' Itailroitd c __. .
\ : week and ( reminds one of Northern centres of ---.-. .- -- -
I I II ._-.u.---.-_-_.. _. -.-H--_-. _-_ '--.'_-_- but it remains from week to travel. From Jacksonville' steamboats 3Toir
Ii arc to City Tur- >
1'uycrn. :
Ii i 3.00 A YKAJtfl.o FOIISX V0AT7/.Sf.. month month without improvement. The constantly leaving; for all points on the St. 'I'UrJCAnI

i --.-------..- ...--. ---------_.- least. we can do is to keep the road in order. Johns, which is 1 not so much a river ns an I AM now ready to receive the taxes on OF TilK
I real and personal! property assessed: : for
It would but little to make a inland. sea, with perhaps a foot rise! and fall
I Local Jlcjlcctlon require expense the 18KO for '
the Fernandina.All THAN-
of tide and a current of n mile per hour. It year City : ATLANTIC GULF t WI'::;! INDIA
1 covered shelter with a few which the taxes remainun1aid
comfortable [property on
N: three to four miles wide, but very shallow. SIT RAILROAD
Attention is called\ to the quarantine no. benches for promenadcrs and children. to sit The most: imposing: stream in America, butas on June 1st. 1W1.! will be advertised
and sold. Those who have for 1880+
tice of the St. Marys authorities and rest while. would be no great undertaking a river it is more or less! nn imposition will please present their receipts.)paid PlIXIXSULAR: RAILROAD, /

hlliMn road the two miles its banks on cithersideabound with tasteful Waldo Ilraneh,) .
to tram ; (
; will be upon W. F. :SCOTT,
The comic opera The Sorcerer, improvements) and these are fast:
road and thus all the. multiplying 20-4t Tax Collector Nassau County.
given by the Jacksonville Opera Club nt Ly- straight give opportunity every year. : --- ---- --
rcum Hall\ Thursday evening next of enjoying the blessings which attend up and down this: river will ho classed as!' adllllc'l' Quarantine Xoflrr.OFUCK : ,
line travel in FlnXAXIIlX..J.CKOX'JtU:
pleasant enjoyment. of America Yes' the :
Kx-Congrcssman' : Noble A. Hull was in i brethren" will come in throngs: from Europe : op PORT PUVSICIAX.ST. RAILROAD. .
1 1l 1t i our city this week. Mr. Hull deserves well\ A \ew Connecllon. to sec to it, nod lay down their guineas atI'ulumiIbim / MARY*, OA., May 1st. li''' 1. ..
1 and after the above date (unless otherwise -
e fl'ct.-.J/rk I'lanr in
M. M.
ami '
of the people of our State for his assiduous! It has leaked out that the Transit Railroad ,/'I/lr/ll1l. instituted) the following regu 1
Gilt 188/.
wire and attention to their interests! at Well officials are surveying line between Hron- ttlilIIwill be strictly enforced : In r.ffcct Mny ,

ington. Bon and the :-11 wall lIee river, with the view Tin: sizr.s or HOOKS. I Pilots will in 1l1I''C'MCS., before 'boarding -
9 make inquiry as! to the !!I1nit condition.
The tax-collector\ made his annual sale of making a short-lino connection between Originally) the term quarto, octavo and soon of vessels: destined. for this port. COIXO' SOUTH.Leave .

last Monday of lands for unpaid taxes.: They lie Suwannee river and the Transit R.iil- denoting the number of foldings of the Vessels: with cases of sickness on board or Fernandina. !'J-00 a.m..

I I'I were mostly struck off to the .State.: It is n road. We think the trunk lines will show {printed "heet, aNo: designated the size of the on which serious cases have occurred, either Leave Hart's Road. !).4-. a.m.
book. Hut owing to the \'oryini7.c4: of during the voyage or in the port of departure a.m.
the their wisdom In and if Leave Callahan 1 ..JO.M
calculated to diminish aiding, necessary:
poor system, now used in book-making the will be nrdcicd; ,
paper size of to )proceed at once: to Leave J Dutton I .. II.n1'
amount of property borne upon the tux constructing branches! which will extend the n book can no longer be inferred from the the National Quarantine :Station lit al'elo. Leave Hrandy Brunch .. .V'.ta- a.m.p.m.. i,

benefit of and. connectour number of foldings Librarians there All Vessels bearing the certificate of the
rolls and encumber( the records: quick transportation are, Leave HaMwin) .12.03} 1 .
fore adopting systems of arbitrary measurement National Quarantine Oilicer. bound for this 12.33 '.
natural water lines our railroad: Leave Maxville: p.m.
The Savannah steamers ,by the Sea Maud with for book !sizes retaining, however, )port, will be anchored within the Quarantine Leave I Law tey 1.13 P-1-

i ie Route, leaving: I'Vrnandin.i every evening, The Sorcerer.On t the familiar denominations.! The associated limits until inspected! by the Health Ix-avc Templus. J. J p.m. '
give vegetable shippers a daily line in connection librarians of Great Britain recently fixed Olliccr. Leave Starke J8 p.nl.> .
Thursday: evening next at Lyceum upon the following scale of measurements J. M. KNOW, Mayor.A. : '.In. V
Leave V5i
with the Savannah: steamships, put Club under the inferior limit of each size F. H\RX\IU' )1.0. II J.I
Hall, the Jacksonville! Opera being the superior : Health Ofilcer.Xolico Leave Waldo. 2MLeave ).III. .r ,.

ting freight in Savannah within twentyfourhours the direction of \(r. A. It. Campbell, will limit of the size below it : --- -- --- ---. Sainesville........ ............... *.::10 I'-1' ,,\

from any point on the Transit Road.: Large folio........la. fol..o\'l'r 18! inches. of Final Proof. Leave Arredondo I I 3.52 P-III. .'

present "The Sorcerer with the followingcast Folio ............... fol......below IS inches. LAND OFFICK: VT GuxKsvir.LK, FL\., 4.07
Leave Hatton. p.m.
The steamer II. It. 1'lant, Captain Fitzgerald of characters : Small folio........sm. fol..... 13 May 2. HI$1. Leave Archer I I ... 4.2U p.m.

made her last trip on Saturday on the SirMarmadukc Poindexter.J.. M. I'ARKKK. Large octavo.....la. 8 vo...... 11 : is hereby\ given that the follow- Ixave l' :
Octavo............. ...... NOTICE ron
Cumberland Route The 1'lnnt has been avery An elderly ISaronet. l II settler lias: tiled notice of her Leave; Otter Creek. MO P.m. ;

: 'it punctual and pleasant boat and Captain Alexis....... ........................J. (j. MARCY, Jr. Small Duodecimo octa\.o."lIt.I'...... 12mo.'! vo. J} ..' ? H It intention her claim to make final proof in support of Leave Rosewood: .. .HI 11 p.m.: :
aril secure final entry thereof at Arrive Cedar I' 6.55 ).In. ,
::>t Fitzgerald and his courteous officers Of the Grenadier Guards, hit ton. Dccimo-octavo.. 18mo...... is 6tinimilo. the expiration of thirty days from the date ....

)possessed! the well)) deserved! esteem of the Doctor Daly...................... .....Mr. JACKSON. \ ............ mo.......below 0 of this! notice, viz : LOUISA HRADDOCK.) OIM1 ORTII.: I A"
Large quarto.....la. 4to....... 15) 1" ,
/ traveling public. The 1'lant will run as an No. (517( before Clerk Circuit 5.30: a.m. I
Vicar I'loverlrlgh. Quatto............. 4to...... 11 Court ut Fernandina: Fla., on Friday June Leave Cedar I Key. .'

.'"' t'j's excursion boat between Savannah and Tybec Notary..................................Jt'uus DKF.W. Small quarto.....!sin.'! 4to...... H" 10th, 18S1, for the west half of northwest Leave J Rosewood I.. 6.10 7.00 n.a.m.I II. <,

:+: during the summer. John Wellington Wells......A. B. CAM raFLL. To designate unusual sizes, the additional quarter "section 24, township :3 1 north, Leave Leave Hronson Otter .n.ln. :

'h.. We should judge ,by the city tax sale advertisement Of J. Wells t{ Co., family Sorcerer terms square (sq.,) narrow (na.) and oblong range 24 east ; and names the following asher Leave Archer. 8.1Ga.m. ;'' I
\ iikM1 oh. to be used. It I
would be
/' ( ) are a great convenience witnesses! viz '
; ar; in the Union that it was rather Lady Sangazure..............Miss EVA GRIFFIN to bouk-buyers if reviewers and James McKi-ndrie, : Lemuel \McKendrie of Leave Hatton! o." "o.tn. :..
,1- 8.58
; .. expensive( to own city property in Jackson .lady of ancient lineage. advertisers of books (,could rce upon some Callahan' Fla., and i Hcnjamin (C. Parker, of Leave Arredondo : u.fll .
Leave Gainesville: ....................... 0.31a.nr. (
k.. \.it)e.Vo observe one gentleman is assessed Aline......... .....................Miss ALICE LONO. such 'slem.-Srhntific American. King's Ferry and T. W. Higginbothnm/ of Leave Waldo .10.30a.m.

,.. ,1 H,1rl .OO on live lots and tlicFrcedman's Her 'lIglder-befrotud to Alcxw. Helton, Fla. Leave Thurston t .10,'5' a.m.
List of Letters 25t! Hank building is taxed 37500. If the personal Mrs. Partlct..................:Miss! KATIE Mx icy. Leave Starke. a.m. "
Remaining in the Post-Office nt Fcrnandina -- Leave Temple's I .I o. 'O a.llI. y
property in that city was assessed in A ,,_
pew opener
Nassau Fin. 0 1881. Persons I Leave I Lawtey .11." a.llI.
fit,!eIi'' full it would doubtless reduce, the tax on real Constance................Miss I PATH H\nTnllKa:. county, May Leave Maxville .12.2! p.m.
for these letters must advr.tisevl 4 DWELLING: HOUSK: CONTAINING'
,Fis .. estate one-half; as! it i is, personal property Her daughter. calling say J\. nine rooms wellfinishelamidfurnished, Leave Haldwin. .... .. ................. 1.10p.m.;

1 'I escapes in many instances' being taxed at Chorus of Peasantry. :! : with lot of land 200x250: feet never-failing/ Leave Hrandy Hrancii................. 1.2S p.m. ,,
Urinklev. John N. Bench, J. M. I Leave Dutton) 1.11 p.m.
'.. all, and in other r qcllIt 11 very reduced rate. This operetta by Gilbert and Sullivan, hasbeen Willie well of water, tank capacity "sixty Ltrrl'IMooilhtrll / Callahan 2.22 .
Briggs, R. Hell Jane and out buildings, number of Leave ( II In '
orange ; :;;; 'i
Tho Juvenile l'inutim'lllIh'r the direction presented with marked success' at Jacksonville Hrenvv, Martha Hrown HryantHrinkley and fig trees, twenty-live varieties of roses ; Leave Hart's:! Ron: !. .1.,) 1'/11.

(. !1i it of Mr. Campbell)), was a (pleasant: enter this winter by the company. It is Annie l'arnegie'I.V.' other llowers and :shrubs tun numerous tom Arrive Fcrnandha 4.00( ) p.m. .

f., : tainment. The t5ionMays, : superior to anything ever written by these Cooke, \Ir. (Goodrum Lois mention. For further particulars apply) tom Trains daily, ('XI'C'ptunolay.:; .
Ganev John C. Green: James
,"I Turc PINAFORK Kxcvitsiox.: -Yesterday was famous authors, cxel'l'lin'only "H. M.S.:! Hippie) II. It. HlPllc.' Addie On t the premises at Old Town., 1

!: / \ u grand gala day for tho youngsters: who Pinafore." Johnson Chas.! Y. ". Richard Fernandina, Fla., February 2 II, 1SS1-:3m..Honey PHNIXSl'LAR: RAILROAD:

have so ably entertained our citizens here Tickets: and reserved seats on sale at Hor- Mathan Fannie 1 I.. Mama, William: __ __. _. ..._ _h ___. __ J
( 1Ii1d. Ilrasrl,.)
)11'1 'ICOII, Lanio Otterson. "'m. C,
with their full)) representations:! of II. M.[ S. sey's drug store. Admission: 7.r cents : children i'olibyer.lulia Proctor sal ward Sated IN Money .Made i iljOINU ; .

Pinafore.: AM announced in our (columns\ 50 cents.!' No extra charge for reservedseals. Tyson Peter "'. Thompson. Win. O.! : YOPR KNGINMS: :: FROM: : 5ut'TILI .

they hail their excursion: to 1'\'rna\lltinn.l'ic. Performance at 8:15.: 'I'lmnomas1'um (G.I Williams, Sanmmcl1Vilsan IIJRCHASK! $IIN< ) cm a 10 Horse ; $-'!IHI I Leave 1Vaidu.funetiuu I I J ;2.15 p.m. i

... -_ Hatty Williams I LouisaWotton on a 21)) Horse, and :$300:: ( on a :30 HorsePower I Leave Santa IV. 3.18p.m.Leave I
nic and matinee. At 8:30:: u. rat. the train Schedule (;ben (C. Wood, F.lias Engine :Send; for our prices before Hawthorne 1.05 p.m.

moved out fl'Ol1thlI''I'lHulllilla\ and Jacksonville Xcw of'Travel ('o.SAM' En.dlJOIIlM.( Presses Saw purchasing and Leave Lochlooa......................... ......) p.m.
Philadelphia:\ Toy : ; :! : ,
I. A time card went into ell'ect
new yesterday -
Leave I e Orange Lake.
,., ,Ifl depot with about thirty of the happiest i'I'. RII.DFI.I.. P. M.MAUlMi. Grist Mills. Threshers! or any kind of Machinery. 5.40p.m. ,
on the Transit.'Peninsular and Feniandina We are )Iallnfal'lllfl'rs'gl'lIt Arrive 7.00 I ) p.m.tiOI.Ml i ii.
children tho sun shone i.I
ever on accompanied
A: Jacksonville! Railroads, by which and: guarantee satisfaction: in quality andprice. :'\ J '
by about sixty of their "admiring trains will leave I WALKKR: A: LOtMJ) !
daily, except Sundays, as .
", S'o. Leave l )(' : .....,) a.m. I
relatives" and friends. The train arrived at 135: Meeting street, West side, near ..
follows : Ittrt of rernandlna. Leave Orange. Lake :!11 n.III. I
Fernandina on t time, where carriages Wl'I'eIn Charleston Hotel\ Charleston! S. l'. I. I
Tit\SSIT KM I I..Itll MI.Leave HIGH W\TKR.: April !0, 1$$1-:11IL.: Leave Lochlooa. 8.3oa.tn.:;_ I

waiting to carry all to the Kgmont Park Fernandina for Cedar Key at 0 a. Saturday, May 7...... 2.0:( !> A. :M. 2:11: p. M. -.... ---- Leave Hawthorne. ;!fl'>.1 a.m.
which was kindly tendered by the manager, :Sunday; : 8..1:0: : I .1:3\::; m. ; Callahan" 10.52: ) a. 111. ; Baldwin at 12 ;iHllrke IMIOC'LA.IIATIOX.: Arrive IVahloJunctiun. 10.15a.m.) '
9l Mr. l.cwi"l1>4 u pic-nic rollillt. The hotel Monday, t 9..f:5:!: S ":::1\1"(

l and bowling alley were thrown and : lit 1:38: 1'. III. ; Waldo at 2.'ll:: p. m. ; Tuesday, hiss..., ,,: W" ;,::21"' WIIERKVS: accordance: with the laws of

open Gainesville: : at :3.0::! p. m. ; arrive Cedar Keyat Wednesday. 11.n:: !) liIU": the State of Florida his excellency. D.Hlo.xbam I

r feasting and fun became tho order of the (i:55: 1'. m. Returning, leave Cedar Key at Thursday. : 12...... ( ::2I"!) liIU": ; governor did. on the 30fh day of FKRXANDINA})J t JACKSONI'ILLl3: ,

I day. At 12:30: all hands started for a drive Friday, 13: ..... 70":: .:;141"<) March, .\. D.) ISsi)I. proclamation, ,declare lL\I Llto.\. I I r
5:31): ) Gainesville at 0.35: Waldoat
: a. m ; : a. m. ; ,
on tho "finest f beach in the world," as: the the charter! of the city: of Fernandina repealed 4 ;
10:30:: a. in. ; Starkc at 11:11: a. m. ; Hald- KNTF.HKII.May : and disMilvcd ; :
Fernandina people call it and we inclined
are win at 1:10: 1'. III. ; Callahan: at 2:22: 1'. m. ; 2-Sch. Samuel McManing, Reeves.Charleston. .Axi: wiifur.vs: : .\ mayor and five aldermen In J-/tct; May Ctli, 18S.
to think they are about right. Sucha I
have been appointed and qualified,
arrive at Fcrnandina 4.0: *) p. m.rK.MNS'lAK .
\ ride on such a day is unalloyed, ecstatic : RVIUUMII. May 3-Sch. Anna Hell, ( annery, Henu- and a rcorgani/.ation of the City of Fernan- u5)1N41: .SOUTH.Leave (
pleasure. Just try it and you will ho convinced : fort. din: been perfected under the provisions of

;It;I t. rtf this 1 f.u-t.: Hack: to the city t for, the Lctve1'Ldt ) at 2:45: : p. 111., and arrive at May 4-S. I'. St. Johns ea Vogel.: Charleston! an lid of the legislature; of Florida entitled i- Fernandina......11.10 a.m. t 5.::10 p.:lit. I

\ Ocala nt 7:00: 1'. m. ; leave Ocala at 5:13: ) n. in., May 4-I S. S. City of Dallas, Risk, New an ad to fl'p\'allllltl dissolve municipal Leave IIart's l.uad.,11.43 a.m. .v.' 0.01 p.i m.
matinee at :3 p. in., which proved rare treat York corporations' under certain circumstances! Arrive Jal'k 0IL\'illl.2.-14): & t!
and arrive at Waldo at 10:15:I a. in.IKKXVMUXA ] p.m. 7.051'.11I.
: .to the good people of the Island City, whonever May 5)-Scb. Klias Moore, Lewis Charles ami provide the manner in which such cities
J,' \ : AND JACKSONVILLE RVII.KOVO.taave may become rI'IIICllrporatl'lI.lIl'pron'tt l February t OINl MlItTH.
do l ton. :
anything by) halves and who
!' gavethe Fernandina at 11:10: a. m., and 5:30::; Mav 6-Sch.'tVmn.(i ; H. Jones, Faulkenberg, :!7. Ih81 ;" Leave Jacksonville.....O.fN) a.m. t 3.10 p.m. i

; I'r little folks a roaring reception, if numbers 1'. m., arriving at Jacksonville at 12:50: p. m. New York. AW; therefore; I, Guslar Start'. Mayor. call leave Hart's Road: .......". 2 l1.m. .(4.15 p.m. I

and enthusiasm are the basis: of judgment. and \ leave IaBnk Tsko (Rus.), Harlin, Liver upon all law-abiding citizens to unite antiand Arrive 1'ernandina..i0.ti: a.m. it 4.50) pan ( I
7:35:: p. m. ; Jacksonville at 8:20: a. !
in the enforcement of law and the
m Carriages: aln to tho l'11T8. and home pool. establishment Double Trains daily except Sunday.CONNECTIONS. .
m. and 3:10: p. m., arriving at Fernandina: lit of good government In ourcity. .
at 7:30:: and not a soro head, heart or stomach CLF.RF1I.. have (
10:25 and 4:50 On In testimony whereof I hereunto ---
: : 11 m : p. m. Sunday only
\ in tho whole party. "'0 accord to :Mr. May 1-Sch. Ruth Shaw, McKlwce:l Phila. set my band this (ith day of April, '
one t train alit ( run, leaving Jacksonvilleat ;
: .
t delphia.Mav .\. I D. issi l. at the mayors ofilce
,1. II. Campbell tho palm as a of excursions ,
well manager !UH): ) n. m., arriving at Fernandina: at 10:35:: 5-$. S. City of Dallas, Risk, New City of Fernandina. Flor as as operas, tho plans York:
tl I a. m. ; returning; loaves Fernandina at 5'iO:: G. STARK Mayor.
I throughout l being perfect and carried out inevery May. (5;-S'h.fary Stuart, ('110m It", New 1 K.MIL O. FRIKXH Clerk. With New York and Fernandina Steamship
; :
: ,
Mi. detail p. m., and arrive at Jacksonville at 7.05p.: m. York: attest: _. Line from New York on Tuesday, at 0a.
correct clock-work. ----
I. as Many May 0:-..:. 1'. St.:' Johns, Vogel: Charleston ).''1'IXTS: obtained new Inventions in. or ".((11) p. m., and for New; York on
thanks due I Messrs.. (
'olemanie1)on 1'hlll'lodtaftl'r
are \ I arrival of afternoon
J'rrmiml/iKt an ti Summer Itcsort. iPORT.. --- or for improvements in old\ trains.
i. tll, cwis, and tho conductor of the train, With Georgia, and Florida Inland t-iteam-
Another business! opening; at Fcrnandinn: Hark :Supi'icich.; one*. Caveats Infringements, Trade-Marks: boat Company from Savannah:;
t\lhlothel'!', for unexpected courtesies. It is seems to hold out unlimited possibilities. It Hark Guiiiing; Star. and all patent business: promptly attended Monday, for:Savannah daily except
is tho reduction of the scrub to. INVKXTIONS: THAT HAVK: HKKNRFJKCTF.D : ; daily except Sunday.
worthy of note that the whole time consumed : common palmetto Hark J. A. Ilrovvn. \\ith Charleston Stcamucrfrotn ,
to paper pulp. !U l is> said the palmetto Hark I'sko.Schooner : : : may "still in most casts, be mtentcd and ( Savannah
in all this business thanks to the harlcston on
makes better pulp than the various! woods :; Samuel McManing.: by ns. Heing opposite' the IT. S. Patent Savannah:; and! Wcdm-day and Sunday:

f new railroad, was only eleven hours I which are crushed and ground up for that :Schooner; Elias Moore. Office and ensured\ in PATENT: Rush c'rii.mv. Charleston Tuesday and t

-' -- purpose, and constitute now about four- :-;l'1wonl'rnlla} Bell N1ISS: : nXCLl'MVKLY, we can secure patents Wit'h
( The .fj>(if
have received the first: Issuo of time .-\1'- I the present day. The fibre of the palmetto H. \\'. Anderson.Oranue from 1Va..hington.) St.lary's/landings liver vilnwLiy' and Friday ; for J

u1L'hlco1TfilJltlil', a new published in I adds> strength and tenacity to the pulp, and, When Inventors send model or sketch wlncMlay.( lautdimigc';( on Mindav and i
paper : if bus the supply of it in the Southern states we make !search in t'-e (Patent Otlice. andadvise I ;
f Apalnchicola.1 e t trust lh iisnn evidenceof I i is as inexhaustible! as the sand of the "sea I II Land at a Haryaln.A as to its patentability f eharge.Correspondence AT CVLUHVN.To I ;

114 reviving prosperity! in a city unco one of shore. It i is worth only tutu labor of cutting; valuable tract of 310 acres of hammock confidential ; ffea reasonable and from Savannah at In.-fi a. m. and I

our most important commercial ports, but mid transportation, anti this I was rated' in land, with wild orange: grove, on Orange ; and XO CHARGK: TXLKS.S: PAT- 2. 'O }1. m.

Fernandina at about four dollars JHT ton. lake, for sale at a bargain. For particulars KNT: IS OHTAINKD.We : \T B.\LhWIS. .'11'0 ,\. I
I. the trade of which (principally cotton) was It was crulied and shipi>od northward in address> O.J It. FURUIXKH, refer by J permisMon to the City Postmaster and from rrlll1l1has.

diverted by the railways Savannah.. We* :. the mass. If it be ginxl papermaterial, thereis April 2. 1881-It Fernandina. and to Superintendent:; of the artti 1.W p. rat. ut ":!. 'I1> nOlJl\ ?r

!see! by its marine report that it has now quite : enough in the Southern states for a dozen I't>rt-0flice Money Order Division in Wash
\\'orltlslike that live in and For : references circular AT I.II'UI.IIOIn..\..
we ; it will be Notice to Tar-linyers. ington. special| advice j
in lumber
n commerce and (cotton hard to the of wood terms, etc., addressC.) ) With Steanier AljAn for {
.... keep up price 'pulp even I to receive tax returns for all J"lintli and
-- ----- am now ready
with the protection of a high htrin: will be furnished A. SNOW it CO., Il1l1tllnlos on Orange Lake, un arrival Of I''n- 1\
the Hlank returns J
The Dally Union Fernandina is better situated for a :Southern ; present year. :2-tf Opp.Patent Otliee..11'a"hington, DC. insular Ih.ailnaad Train ,

The daily f.'ono m {is fast attaining an important ( seaside resort than Jacksonville. It hasa of Centre at my offlce ami Second over (I.htreets.WM.Stark's. store,corner --. t tAT
OCALl.excei .
position in our State. lly the new sched- tine suit water exposure all round Its: H. (GKI.\M l\nit-Office \otlcc With
oysters and fish are us> good as can be ,It'! ales it is delivered here at 10:30 I"ERSSIIIS.rllrdl 10,1S 1-tfyottce tTuesday Sundaytu #
: n. rat and at Its communication! with all points-North, Otffiee Hour -From 8.00: A. M. to fi.OO;: 1'. M. daily

11 Tallahassee and all points on the Transit South Fast: and West, are so ready and Money Orders and Registered: Letters from Thurvliy" and /Saturday; from

F ;.' Railroad on the day of )publication This cheap that uk.lsl'un be sold there as cheapIv 8.00 .\. M, to 1:00: p. M. : and from 2:00: p. M. and Oe laFridayanti Tallll'u. 011bnuay) Wt"Jnl'Nla\.'
as in New Yurk, and kind of supplyfchould
1 gives our }people the latest telegraphic news be abundant. Its every beach is! one of the Notice is hereby given, that Warren F. I to 3:30: P. M. Sundays: from 10:30: to 11:30 A.M. \T nII.HC .. .. .
from all parts of the world with us much most! beautiful in the world and affords a Scott, Tux Collector, will on and after April and 3:30:: to 4:30:: p. M.ARRIVAL With Steamer Miller \ !

( promptitude as any jiart of the North. The drive of fifteen or twenty miles smoother 15th 1s.+1 proceed with the collection of la 011 Monday and tlll1lltl from l'clIi'O-: ;
i + l'it'Tn us' and no jiayment of City or License AMI HEP\RTIRK OF THE I.UIJi. Friday.
the to wheel and hoof than an iron rail-a : 'nth ;
Union success due to I its excel quarter Steamers (
of a mile broad ; nnd with the flue bnceo Taxes made after March 3Oth' li'SI. to AVf/iwrt Mail-Arrives daily at 10.30%. M, New Orleans .'Unl(", and J.rgam fur I s
lent management and enterprise.The other than Warren F. Closv* 'S 3oo un Fri luy : tram New '
blowing landward from old any. person, or |persons : p. M.Southern Orleans .
... ocean every day on Saturrta (
-- -- Scott, Tux l'ulll".tor, will be recognized.G. : Mail-Arrives 3:31) ) : rant lIa.\'alia arlll
across a stretch of 3,000 miles, l is> wonderfully) : p. M. fin F'Jiday for Key'1'cbt,
; \
Jleach. inspiriting and hculth'J giviug. STARK rioM 10:00: A.M. H:1tul'tla\, Key 1'est IUIII 1I.'ana.

to value things in I Attest : Mayor of Fernandina.F.MIL St. Marift lout TfaJfr't Jill Mail- i
We bccm l'roltOrtion to In Jacksonville they boast that all their \\ ith Flori.U
S of their attainment. meat comes direct from, Fulton market and 1 ): I 0. FRIKM: Clerk. Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. C \ 4 Jla\'alla Mail Steamship ; '.
lie( difficulty Having unlJmuny's :o\tl.'alllt'N
'tRS.\MIIS\, .April, losl. l"IIa-'Il'! Mondays and 8.00 fur Kt''Wl.tnlhl '
costs about forty cents ouiid. llel- j Thursdays at : A. M. Tum11 -
or fitly a |> | nnfou.l i
been blessed by nature with a beach which terif hold .Sf. Martft, al.OId.1f- ty anal Tuurlav. '
they laid stall tbo energies! of art "'ith Steamer I
I ii unequaled a drive, and giving us the and nature" and produccil Mmicthing tit to I J1MKS: Tl't'KKU, Arrives.' Mondays! and Thursdays at 8.00 A. M. Suwannee Jllrp'l. fur point!! on the 1

luxury of sea air and ozone in the most attractive eat. The white LlIII will d>> it cbealuerhunt Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: p. M. Fur IVlr Thull1It 6 a. m. t '
I ARHOR MASTKR.OftUc : ".t'lln..lan.n.l-at\I.ln. : at .HO: A. M. IllrOrmatul .
form, WCIiCt'IU almost indifferent to fifty rent a inmnd. Jacksonville flourishes H t.te., :m y I'l'll.tug routes, rates. i ;
4 like a green Lay tree. Its 5i i>ncious QIhll"n Wedneaitayti, f [
(improving the road to it, or providing any hotels) built of" Northern face brick, would 'I Hay's UnIt Store.Ci'iitreStrtvt. Friday an-1 :Saturdays; at 2:30 P. M.SIML. f ien.I 1.0 M IdlXJL.: '

shelter or comfort after it U ",adll't. The look well on Itnudway, und Its lively latter I Fernandinu. T. I R'lI'HELL, P. 1. I 1.:, M{XV tLL. fhkt. Stll..n,, I l.tt.1 f' '


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