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 14, 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. "EnNANDIN1"LA. SATUllDAY, MAY 14, 1881. NO.2;i; .

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ST.t7'11 'JJI'S. growing in the open ground and has never that there i is no time left for agriculture I n.Il.uo.ll) 'OI'I 8. I I branch; (will it be a Granter.?) insures the. imI -

s had any protection against frost It has attained proper But California ('IH1I.1I1e\'l.'rha-cat- I Sr. JOHNS: TMI'sn 1' :\I't: CnHK' 1 l'\n.-: I mediate !success of the city of I'IlInforlllll'I'n' -
uovn. ll'llIl''llIllh'l't and 1 John Vii 1. Armstrong lug to her the most fruitful and! important I
lsca m b tut. a !size' of four inches in diameter at tained its present development by workingits I ( of
region; Orange and
executive olllcials of the Tampa' county giving br
Parties interested!\ and engaged in the building the ground, and height of nine or ten feet rich veins of gold; and !so, however' successful I Peace: Creek and St. Johns Kiver Railroad;, I monopoly of its trade.Wo .

of the Pensacola: A Atlantic Railroad: ) When it I is k1ow1that the lIIangoIH's\cllti- our orange growers may be, Florida Company, with their chief! engineer/ C', II. feel 1 thankful thc agony I i.s our, und

: report satisfactory progress!\ and say that all ally a tropical tree, and very susceptible to will never come to its greatest !prosperity until Carter! and his:! ( orp assistants, : have ut last 1 tho the l'l'\"alllh'ofthl'! railroad; our town and
lake established.
I great; and time
given rl'alilto the Intention of that ; principalthing
the indications arc that the road will be frost, it must be conceded that Orange county her agricultural resources: are developed! \ to<< "get to business.!I: The I last legislature company : f now I is that our people do their level

rapidly pushed through.-The present tripof !!tt'toinall the claims that her most: ardent State and individual prosperity!" I are closely having: ; removed certain legal I impediment I*, best to keep from. kito-tlying: and ciistlobuilding. -

the steamship Admiral will be the last! friends have made relative to her immunity connected with the cultivation of staplecrops it I is! the intention of the (company' to at once The railroad cannot Intrinsically ,

)Ion.,1aThe from frosts. County !", and it would he very gratifying to seethe commence' and complete' their survey (from enhance the value of our lands directly. ,f
one of the season.: She is expected on damaging -Orange The ('nlmt1I111..t\ first Illlth'd with
hero to .Jacksonville 1 buildIng
; < commence<< up
steamer Lucy /'. Miller, plying Reporter cultivation of rice begun[ at least as: an the road I as speedily\ as possible.: It I is to active, industrious people, who, by diligenceand ;

between, Pcnsacola and Cedar Key will terminate Sit MI 1(',.. auxiliary industry, to nfl etthe I first years of bo :n broad-gauge road: and first-class: : In every intelligent labor render. the l lands, more

her with the Louisville nou-productIv't', capital-consuming time necessary \I'1'Pl'I'tIIIIII, when completed, will join valuable and the country more independent.'
engagement A Goon F.xMPIK.; :.-The board of county
; The railroad: brings in tho
into the world. The importance of this road population and
,( Nashville Railroad: on the 15th of May, of resolved that the in the orange grow; ing Inl..illl'f'f'-1'o- atl'ord.s '
: commissioners Sumter to Tampa: and the whole of /South Florida t transportation\ I'rl, ilegestumid t thereby)

and will be hauled off for the season.: sum of one hundred dollars be appropriated 1 111"'r"8, is too vast to bo estimated In words. It wlIiI'on'crt I is a groat adjunct to tho sinewy arm of tho

Warren t Co. were busy yesterday, if we fur the purpose of assisting l: in defraying thet'xpl't1Eey our beautiful country into a prosperous : laborer, and both together build 1 up time coan-
"', 1.1l.UIOU.tTIO.Y .vo TIS. thriving, wealthy dumnintmd, bringus try and 1 enhance the value of real ('!tta....
of the various
Inthe large
:"hq:11 111aJ'wt.o of publishing a pamphlet and map both people 11111'lIlth, The gentlemen But neither avails without the other

;,J;t....:. 1 : kinds of fish they were handling Theygot of that county. We obtain the following from Samuel who are now pushing. the enterprise! are
"< TllKRvtl.KOVnMKKTlXO!
: : oroau'Fit
';\ 1i; in about 1.r>
'; <{, Spanish mackerel, three or four barrels of otllce at Jacksonville : for three years past, and they certainly ueys! fM the following! report : The delegations
", ,C,'" The growth of a community, like that of would not spend their time and the money from South
and 400 Advance. .lpnpkn'it'turd "!lnlllon-
; shecphead, pompano. AiisTiiACT ron A nut ,
a tree escapes notice unless: particular attention it has taken to bring it to its present success, to met the directors of the South Florida i
The numerous gang and circular a v.inillsin :: Letters received 713 ; personal calls, !112.> for failure. The : will hiin
.just present
survey ,
Sanford the
is paid it. It is only by pausing to observe on 28th, and .formally -
and around and to Pen- Arkansas Connecticut three lines!, and where tho most!! encouragement -
directly tributary viz : .\1tblllt10 ; 7 ; great signed!\ articles oft rl'l'lIIcnt, by which
1' sacola I is wonderful both in number and the comparison of what was with whatis ; Illinois I is given, there the road) will be the directors to the
: 14 ; Florida Do:; ; Georgia, 73 ; r'e begin; :surveys of it
that it is made Tried in this built. We hope our will ho will
plain. manner people' 111' branch road from
There about fifty with fl cutting 21 Iowa OS!) Kansas 17 Kentucky some point at or miir
capacity. are 59! ; ]Indiana ; ; : ; the times, and let no tut'herIlaceoutdo Tam
the growth in population and material Longwood; or Hnow''Ilation/ and run tin-
,, .;, capacity of about 300,000,000 feet per -17 ; Louisiana, 2 ; Maine, 8 ; Maryland 1'''" in encouraging; in n liberal way the line through Altamonto! and Apopka the
wealth in Volusia for the last threeor
: (: annum, but they have never worked up county 3 ; )Massachusetts. : ; Michigan I .r>0 ; completion of this: road.-Tarn j HI (Guardian/ / !shore of the great lake A.opkto; begin

'"i\.,.:', nearer than about two-thlyds of their capacity four years will al'Pcara.tonbhing. Within Minnesota\ S ; Mississippi, 10 ; Missouri I 11 ; The road: from Waldo to Ocala, which has in one month ; the road to \ho finished to the
'11'.1.. .. that time Orange City and DcLand have been under construction off and for lake by the M of January, 1882.: The delegates -
!;. and cut some :200,000,000) per annum, of Nebraska, 4 ; New Hampshire, 1 ; New Jersey on many
\\ sprung Into existence and are pushing their years, I is at last completed' and will be formally pledged $3iIK10worth' ) of land to the
:r' all sorts of lumber and all sorts of timbers 11 New York 37 Ohio :28! North
fortunes with a degree of success, ambition ; ; ; I opened. in a week or ten days.! road ; and tho Iron was: to bo ordered this
; from all sorts: of wood this great timber, Carolina 11 ; Pennsylvania, :3:1: ; Rhode Island This road will be of great importance: to week, and everything done that could he to

..'y country: furnishes!! They embrace principally and determination that warrant almost any 2 ; South Carolina ; Tennessee ti."> ; I the peninsula portion of the State" a.s it will place tho work in the hands of cent meters. I

future they aspire to. In the north end\ of : traverse its centre, and give shipping facilities This action consummates mutters, and
I\\: pine, however; then cypress, live-oak, Texas 12 Virginia 40 West Virginia 3
: X : ; ; ; renders tho road
the county new settlements are being made where said facilities are nmstlyneetcd\, : a certainty, will he
\ .:'. etc., and all of it cut to order from Europe: Wisconsin\ :5 (Colorado 4 Dakota 4 District good news to a
u, constantly, and. elsewhere it is the same, so ; ; It will, push on through South Florida, following many.

'. >$'1: or other foreign ports, nUlle1111 filed 1 away that it would he no exaggeration to the i ofCol\llllbla. {0 ; Canada 4 ; Knglar.d: 4 ; the Washington!! line as nearly as A MOVE ON TIIK Niw RAILKHAI>.'Thoengineers

:, f: in many cases months before a stick t of timber say I being from :33 states, 2 territories and two practicable-throwing out branch lines to with (their teams: who arc to survey -

':" .t' i is cut in the forest from which to fill the physical geography of the country I is chang I foreign countries.t !'! important points: lilli'll1'1 Brooksvillo, Tarn the route of the Pensacola .t Atlantic
ing. From being all along Orange Ridge pa: ('II'. It may make a deflection so as tn Railroad arrived in the
+ order or part of it. The Kscambia:: bay city on Wednesday
r any Letters answered li pamphlets sent by strike the east side of Lake Panascfl\
; I\nl1
an unbroken stretch of pine forest, it has become evening, and will proceed, iis announced in
( : and river, extending northwest thirty-eight\ mail U2: !) ; pamphlets delivered ofllce, !II>-'. tap lakes: irilTln, Harris and Kustis l by i\ our last, In tho work of surveying on next
the home of hundreds and
;'S'W!! ; or forty miles from here, has on its banks busy many From north of the Potomac, 411 ; from branch! line It will puss! through rich portions Wednesday. O, won't it bo joyful whin (hieroad
\. of the mills while a multitude of orange groves!!, dotted over itare of Sumter, Hcrnando( and Polk counties I is finished for then
-.f'fi., several of the mightiest south of the Potomac ,I 122: from foreign : can 11(' had
:'t, the air with their rich ; now absolutely: without transportatioi
''': and lUackwatcr even now loading for five cents apiece, ns the line will
:St.; Marys DeUalvcy bay go
:: ,
countries facilities ami will do toward
!I, S. more buildiii
fragrance. It needs no prophet's vision to ) through; a country whcro these: quadruped' *
river, extending cast of north from here, lima, largo portion of Florida, t than road \
It will be I'Il'C1h) the above that the interest any arc as numerous>4 blackjack: roots! and lead
have also a number of the most importantof forecast what this:: same landscape will present in Florida abroad continues and is not likely to bo constructed' for many years tn an undisturbed:\ t\Il'I'. It. 1:4l,1I enough

these mills: on its shores. Then on Pcr- I in fotiryears more. In the space of that '!Ollll'. It docs not proceed with the sound for I the matter to bo considered on all its'
f s confined: to any local section, and that the of trumpets!! and the blow of horns, but like
the that their the
I groves arc now carrying hearings upon people of sliis sedion,-
mill of this
s dido bay nine or ten !vest l. con. first fruit will correspondence( from the Northern states I is streams: : that run deep, is i moving: quietly on. I'eHturola Advance, May ".
have into full
nected and here the Perdido it come bearing, and when will he the
( tributary by completed, /great commcreial -
the !same\ as from the Southern. The same Thc I'allltklJI'fIlM of the
Pensacola Railroad and water has and, in many cases (the plain homesteader's I artery of t the State.-Oftiltt Ihinntr JOlh says : Our1'lIh'rpri..in
by several
v home have proportion I is noticeable I in I the :settlements! railroad: much t are pnshiigon the
will been
.r., of these wonders with u capacity: of two supplanted by elegant recently, made. Surely no better illustration 'I'he'l'anipa'ibuoc, of the :'tOth) ultimo, work of construction, They hlt\''' left Pa-

to ten million feet per annum. Thus your cottages, and where Poverty still waited at says : latka Heights, behind and' tho locomotives
the! hand of Thrift, Plenty' will sit down of tho harmony and peace which pervadesall are running three miles and n half into the
how environed theplace
readers The11"1'
the 1'IIilnlltl'a'l
: readily see
may yet the Fryes lawes, Hoar in the country. 11 Ir. Francis that tho 4thof
with Indofcnce. If ; says by
the I
is all
is with these whose united past at 1'0phlticof II1'IIl'I'lla..t, Saturday! at the !river on Whit-
mills capacity Senate !flaunt the and such Julwo shall havo: n ride on tlyj cars: toUuturavUte. .
FllII'i"anrn bloody phirt, men: lilt Mtrout, which ill vld.-5 tlmtmvn from For ?, "x
it is estimated could not cut into \ v'IpTIpJIt1L tow <1n\'II..llIl'O a gentleman -
lumber and, clear on" the of Its not far otr '_'on !.U'\\'oPIlIt\l'r__ .. __...._..>.l.. who arc as Utrks talkIf whulti;>'u assassinations! Brooks: and that street!' was followed out of asked OIK of our railroad magnates .
even tho limits. It continued to MX
credulous who believe corporate was "
and there people tho price of (their bonds, (Bonds ho said t.
!flocking, will repeat the labor and, perhaps' Mile and. time is ;
present growth, in less than one hundred them. Creek party now waiting I'ur "wo havo no bonds.! How do build r
I r, the trials of their predecessors. but will t transportation to continue it. yon
: they
years, and yet some affect to believe t the forests In the meantime immigration continues tho road? WI.II.0 pay oil'o'ur hands!

of this section are in danger. The !shipping have this advantage, they will have before The Putnam County .'IIII'IIfIof tIll !litho' every two weeks.: This I is substantial.. Our

and lumbering and fishing: interests: their eyes to encourage them their predecessors' and increases ; thcKouth, in population material inst. !says: : wise men are beginning: to open their cytW.'I'hcw .
wealth and industries' I is growing rapidly now think that tile road will pay a
here immense and contain enough actual successful!\ work.-Wo arc till in Tho Florida Southern !Railway I is pushing ,
arc good dividend. Wo do not hesitate lo
is (lowing in to invest and develop say
; capital : '
profit. to make this eventually a wealthy daily receipt of letters from the iceboundand the work track-laying:: rapidly h forward. that the Florida /Southern will become a
the vast area of country I which now To-night the ,construction train is four 11111"hull'
frost-bitten portions our country asking great thoroughfare for trl1\'l'lltllcl frel htf.
country if the soil or locality' will give
anyproducts lies dormant but which will soon become miles! west of Paintka. A largo niim Pulatka will, in thllIl'III1t1nw.look
tk ; that will make it attractive or if : information about Florida, and displaying her of additional hands up. Cap(
have been
occupied and productive. !put italists: will como, In, und, when they como,
the climatical effects do not too hard a very sincere repentance for having been tho work! : this week.
)prove As we believe it will bo' of interest to givothcm a living chance, and do not ht
1 on the human system and thus drive the caught up there so long. If half the peoplein our The Florida /Southern, Railway will put opportunity slip.

population to another and more congenial the North stick to their )presentresolution readers, both at homo and abroad to publish up six steam, saw mills on the line of their! TIll"olu..l"! AVii', of May 4th says: : Tho
till work of the Bureau of Immigration road! between Palatku and Gainesville./ Arrangomcnts who is
clime.-L. 1:. in faum-Hlc Florida will soon have to build out into the Mr. Fox. negotiating with the B. 14.
paper. to accommodate thI11.- we will in future, /give: immigration notes have already been perfected t for O. C. At A. U, H, Company for tho buildingof
Hometil 0
1. llernau o. from the 1'\Jlllllli:>,!>!leJer'ol1l'l'l1tHlal"o the three to be pllt1'1' as soon as (the .first. ten! I tho line from Blue Springs to Orange
crates of tomatoes were shipped from Rock- miles\ of t track i.s laid.! City is the gentleman: who builtiind
Strangers visiting Florida will go away olllco at Jacksonville::! as also from all sections run the
ledge the last trip of the IWimVi besides' other ram railway from Titusvillo! to Salt 1-ike
'Y The "Floridu: Union of tho 8th inrit., : ,
greatly deceived and disappointed if they of the State. We add) ) says 1
nowAIISTRVlT ami 1 so, if time arrangement is mmlo ho
H'gelablcs.-Ir. Rogers bus run the line ,
Work on I the street I railway is still
the whole State the pro
judge by appearance of brings u similar knowledge to the work. It
for the Titnsville t t Indian River: Railroad OK OPFICKt JVOKSO.NVII.I.K FORM grossing: and it is probablethat cars will ho
a the lands along the public roads., It is well i.s: intended I to put a three-eights III'hIrip
to Tit iIl and I Mini. run over thin road! in a day or two. Tho
through U'V
: ( reports: favorably of iron on tho \\'oodl'11'111111.\ which will be I
known to Floridians that some of tho, poorest as to the cost!\ of construction etc.- I I'ulitsia Letters received, 711i< ; personal calls, ft!! ; truck on Catherine street' from Bay to Du of heart pine, 3x5 Inches, hut it will not be
val and down\ Duval liar
specimens of soil and in the ( to I.l\lra. beetcompleted.
scenery in the contract to the iron down ,
from titonce
.Yeu's. 37 states, :3 territories ; from north of The track ,
'' State and that the railroads :: on lloguii street froiiDuval although tho road is to bo
: are on our highways, ready for business
Mr. Aikins has had sonic considerable the Potomac, :313: ; from south of the Potomac to Forsyth" and down! Forsyth to Julia by November.
and stage lines almost: invariably pass and. down I Julia to has also. beet
312 ; pamphlets mailed 1,102<>: Bay,
; (pamphlets For the first time in
with rice in Florida his Orange
t' on place tlll'f' :
the indifferent i 1 fl'l'lll
and the
through most worthlC'sportions !'! completed. Today connection! will
: eleven miles the delivered at office, 02.AnsTUUT : City to bo a feeling of confidcnco. In the MIUccs.s -
; of the State. These routes give no out on New Smyrna road, probably be in.ulcon lu'lIll1ln'I't( when tho of the entemriso. Forty-flvn hundred

correct ideas of Florida whatever. On the at Deep Creek bridge, and is well qualifiedto FROM MARCH 1879! To mono IH.S1! : entire road, except on Bay: street will be of the necessary \n-fve I hundred I have been

judge what can be done by others under Letters :!!!;!) from north of completed. A number of drays are at work subscribed by
: the
.,j contrary the tourist, adopting them as: a basis ; ; Potomac, grading time street alone/ the line of (ho! runt/ ) I dmwl responsible
for similar circumstances.!! His:: success has been 4,032 from south of the Potomac ( till work n''sl'ulIIl time men 111.11 nearly- tho wh"ltof the remainliu- .
{; Slp !! hU conclusions knows loss of Florida ; I; as )lro centre of the amount ha.s Mr (( I

after his visit than he did before, because he moderate but encouraging. He makes (his' from JJ3; states, 7 territories, 11 foreign countries truck and! the approaches at the various (promised for l'l'I'1 the promised.enterprise! forty ruv1 acres has ot 1(

rejects all knowledge of the State except crop on moist pine land and gets thirty tofifty ; ptuuphletdistributed$1.( : < crossings]Ie"the are engineer to be thoroughly informed"lid 11..1. Mr.! land or $7("", ut his option, whfch nearly I
us yesterday
s that which he has acquired by personal ob bushels, for which the market price in In this connection\ !it may be stated that, that it WILS time intention time company Incoutitructhg makes tho required amount. Mr. l.ilnln.. '

servation. The way to tee Florida as it is, Jacksonville!! is! usually $1 ::,) per bushel. Hu with the exception\ of sono,3.Us, ( ) of the first the road to comply strictly to PU who' Is' prl..t.1.nt of thou company ; I

' is to leave these and in plants in June and July, but has been successful c.lit.J1utHl! 2uJII)4)< of the first edition (printed the ordinance, II\IIII'ILVC the truck uwll'ruHHo I
; highways, inspect! ) hugs in gosh condition.The. It is expected that the m t;
l every direction within a radius sufficiently with both earlier anti later plantings, at the expense of private parties) the and J 10111 River 01-1.latk .

t ,'t; large to include every variety of soil and but, planted the months named, the crop pamphlets have been sent to individuals re- Tampa h'uiiltiml Tribune says! : mence: the !survey on the opr>ositefiido oft de-

suffers less from the birds Since" tho completion of the river at the flic route
:. scenery. Until he does this he has not drouth and winds: quoting them, and wen. not sent broadcast, Wuycross f'rry''alulu otlHr ,
which (
road to Jacksonville, relrtcingtime lime from \llOI tll IJOt I.to cross
in and .

,. t reliable information respecting the Italy of in March it makes two crops After it comes who reLllu"l keep them\ and loan them is very evident that a road from 'hero to The river at thin' point is narrow null I

; ;{r America.-Florida Crescent off from the July planting it makes a good to others. The limited :ll'l'rol'rlUtioll.Ollly Jacksonville is much preferable to one connecting the distance: from BuffalJut landing to

a 'JI pasture. The seed should be sown half a $2,000 u year, made it necessary to restrict : with the Transit Road at Waldo or lids place is only flf 11111( Parties -
I Marlon. one connecting with the J. P. A. M. ut Lake who drop iu from are
''' bushel to the acre, in shallow drills: eighteen distribution only to those who were interested inclined 1 to treat this
The railroad depot has been located nears City. as affording the shortest route to all us a mere sensa
"_ Dr.) Allred's inches: apart and hoed enough to keep it or could 1 be. That they have been thus the cities on the Atlantic coast To bo convinced thou Of course Jacksonville looks to her '

t 119'; residence ; the balance of the clean It will\ be ready to harvest in about I judiciously distributed the Increased of this one has only to look on any\ connection with St. Augustine and time l'OWt

:E road-bed will>ol4.'lr. lieI II I lit If this road U built, a Ilnoaouth from
I : be running into Ocala in about two weeks. bulky crops : expensive shows I. shies that,Jacksonville N, and will doubtlest it. Augustine will hardly be built. Two

t :1f'I We ailvi.se the ball committee to bestir them petting it to market j>erhai>s in the continue to be, the Gate City of Florida' us lines runnimr south mukim for Indian riv
: case: of men BO far from market a-s Mr. Ai RoUt>r'lI Ittrd'H Eye View of the Engllnh time most Important railroad centre in time er, may do at HOIIIO (!muse l period, but now,

'" selves. Fernandina and other places: along kins is the cost would consume the value, Language northern part of the State; und hence It is to I. The Palutka and Indian River llruut will
: the Transit Road are expecting Ocala to the interest not only of this place but of I.constructed. -I'liLitkn
but it is still a valuable for home The compiler of this valuable sheet has
I I give a big "blow-out" and our citizens very crop the whole of Month west Florida to be In The Green Cure Spring and MclroMO Railroad
ought to be to all consumption and to feed hogs and chicken rendered great service to the press and the communication by u direct line with Jacksonville Company l'Ultnuu to push their enterrise -

'. equal ecpectationl.-Ir. Wheat is produced and sold at a profit' at public by the clear distinct and well-ar- which U time objeetlvelwiutof] ] four- und we every I'l'U"UI to lev I san

< J hJ Mawbey and Mr. Barter who came to Flor- I less than half the price at the depots in the ranged rules for all the requisites for th'lJr- fifths of the visitors\ who Mock iu Florida a guise it will eventuate iJ IU(((' We have
J : 1 i ida in refuge from the blast of their been hown
company with General Trench of the wintry northern cefiilly by the a newatop
West, and wheat don't average a better rest use of our language. Kvcry; editor, honors, just
: of the section
: British have tuII'I.t..l. throughwhich
army purchased in the vicinity yield by comparison than 15 is to. 40, while comjHisitor! and writer for the press should i the i" pans, idiowiiig the Mr-

l- of Orange Lake, and will make this county the cost of production, greater now no doubt, have it. Address J. ]f. Roger, 75 Maiden TheINJl'ka Viliten says : HOI, of Mate lands runted to time road, or
their future home.-Ocnl llinntr. Tho railroad meeting Wednesday1 lust!! in ; to it ,
'n (
under Lane. !Price mail ) whlU l'I'
a proper system would l e no greaterper by 2- tt'lItti. thl"l'lal't., \\'cllnltt'IIII..I., und wasasui I | that' a dirti 'ollllttun.

Orange. I bushel. than the cost of producing wheat.It i oc-**. Tho mm required IIO.Uii wits nrotli- II (Mtint to Melt-use can I." fruf I.usslug

#, ;' Now it the time impart a liberal, uu..dI I was not until the miners starred to it that Southern J'(,rllt,.,,'* Monthly.We I I ly *ubcrih< .i, lUll, more than that fchould! it through any of th,lake.rl l>'hn''n I II-INJln(

r T !Ii.h i tone to public sentiment, and to discountenance I the agricultural resources of California were have receive} the May stands thin. be uecei.'ary. CUll hitntiwvl. Our M-oplo| are I ami that Tle ro.tdun |li. built .
urouiscd ulttI. the intention(
thoroughly do
I to und I ( tli fine timU-r'
: whatever may tend to divide developed, but now the state ranks aliuo t valuable agricultural magazine. Its table; of our bo..t Mi-miil to animate every one \precut I through\llt.which If 'f.III.I.r JWKM-S., ami" it* tine lakeconnection

and estrange our eople from one another firet in the cheapness and ahumlance with content U very attnu-tive in the range of : ut tho other terminus, we ,10 l

and prevent unity of action in all practical which it produce wheat. It was a singular subject : Agricultural I fllrtlcullurul, :-tlI'k.: The' establishment of time Axpka| brunt 'I not hesitate in "lY it ,'I ha. 1 tine, J'I""I',

efforts to promote public weal.-Aii>k'i ('ii.iz4 Poultry Household.] SI'i"lJtllic.rd.ih''tu meaiH two things\ : line U that it places allll.III* ,. (**>.
thing toO(* n state so rich in agricultural; I '\I"Jl'ka| City far out on theiumtrring lido of rcJUII-O prJI:

aIn possibilities! : : importing iu daily bread, but ral, 1-'a..ltluIIIU\JI1 Mitelunc! *. 'Jin publi 1'1'1"'IIt'ril,.;; lloJ tho other that the ruilrntfleonij.any The rejMiirs of the (tiny 1\11' havimr Uvcomi u

the grounds: of Jkic" flyer U, growing fcomething the same thing U occurring hero, .lu-r. J. II. K::.till, of Savannah. rurnUhr* 1I&IJwhat,; they arts ulmnt, und > (sl.i"h' I left New York for CharhxAmu

a Mango tree, now about f-.ur years old and for the fame 4-'JU-the |opulatioii hat thU admirable magazine: for farmer lit *- that they accept that the dci-tlny uf Kinfonlainl on the 11"| She( 1 U djstti-d' JY(,'JIItII
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--'P-I' ; ,1J9TLVl "Dear me-how tiresome, to bo sure you, Hell-I cannot dear" would be wiser to return to England: ), and\ dreamlike, so fortunate ? A heavy load was

as Can't you recollect who in the carriage had Belle looked up hopefully, her sweet eyes amid home scenes and friendships to try at lifted from my brcastand; to make my happiness
portmanteau like 'ollr1"Tlu.re \?" glancing through their tears like sunshine least to the pain which never left my complete, I learned that Bee) vas
I heard: two robins pinging in the wood tie still constant to me, and us I
were four passengers! ill the carriage on a dewdrop breast. evidently
i One Aitril day, well understood when I started, but I was awake when Oh, I 1111lure he will listen to you, Hob low different were the feelings with which told mv story, I had two not only deeply in.terl'stea .
I Ami thY\Iid my heart they got: out, and should, therefore, have lie must! He could not be so unjust-so I again ('ntereelillt, Halifax hotel, from thosewitii but very sympathetic nudltor

j. That seen them if they had\ taken my property wicked I And, if uncle consents, Guardy i is which I left it not much more than 1 I had now very little difficulty in proving

j "Oh love is April day ; nil the daytime Then there was a stout gentleman: got out sure to do so, for he is always guided by year before I The steamer in which I was my position in the eyes of Mr. ;
sweet busy
s t .. through at-somewhere." hint" to sail was not yet due ;iII/i/ ) I had two daysin one week after my arrival England I was
i ; '\'hl're ?" So:! we talked nn joyfully, planning unheardof which to prowl over the wooden pavements again in the presence of Mr. McDonald,
Oh love is in and !
true Winter InMaytiinct"Wilt
; "Change here for Whurton," I mutteredmechaticnlly happiness for the future und throwing und visit the nooks und corners of though with somewhat different sensations
then know the hour
you was Folly'splaytime \ care to the winds: However, "the best! that hospitable, half-Inglishu: capital of the from those which had kept me company in

: ,. 'Twas- Harry gave me n startled look, as if doubting } laid schemes of mice and men" etc. lllnp m'I. the inhospitable drawing-room of the Elm

April dayAtul my sanity and proposed that we shouldgo 1 Never was the truth of this drearynlPho When the Cltyof Dublinvtnt; falrh'olf.llIl lou l',

I, to keep in tune the merry birds to the tea-table) to which I readily agreed rism proved more completely by any of the sentiment Wl partly stunned b) ir," said Mr. Hllt to the redoubtable
That April day, During (the discussion of (that very sub luckless sons! of men than myself, Robert, dating screw, and I had had time to become Scotchman, "permit to present you to

I( Sang with them thoughtlessly some foolish stantial meal, we again retraced my journey, Thornton, when Iprescmmtedutyselfnext( day friendly with her amiable captain and officers my very oot friend, Robert Thornton."
words arriving at the conclusion that it must have at Elm: House.! I waited with some trepidation I ,felt better. The certainty that here at Never man lore thoroughly taken "

'Twas April day) \iI been the stout man who took my portman in a pretty drawing-roont, and felt in )least I could not find my lot maiden was far aback than he when guardian presented -

I I My love is fair, I could not help hut choose taut no way relieved when the redoubtable "un less tl'rrible-IH, even I relief after the me to Hello's uncle For worlds I
f him ; "I'll make every inquiry as to what station dc '' made his appearance. Ho was a tall, wearying suspense of the lust few months.We would not have mis cd seeing his start of

bl t is good), I could not hear to lose! on the line one has to change for Whar- shrewd-looking Scotchman: with keen gray: were nn unusually small party round amazement or enjoying his mortification at
trim ; ton," remarked Harry-" which place, by eyes and uu unpleasant habit of compressing the saloon table ; the fair sex were conspicuous his! previous listlLke. It was my turn to assume -

f. My love is wise, oh what could I refuse him the way, 1 have never h'urcl'of." his thin lips at any important part of my : by their absence, and the captain, a jovial the high and mighty now; had I chosen
This April day ? When I retired for the night, joy first proceeding share in the dialogue. little fat man named Rudd, and I, though ; but I was far too eager to see my dar
was to examine the portmanteau, :'tlr. Robert Thornton ?" reason, constituted ourselves ling Belle to do more than to shake warmlythe

Yet, should he hear me sing, let him beware with u view to discover its owner; but in That I is my name, sir." Here I came toIL a friendly trio. Wo used to assemble in the proflercd hand and accept gratefully his

I this I was disappointed. I It was! spick and dead panic us the carefully-prepared I captain's cabin after it grew dark, and refresh hulKsatirical congratulations.

'Tis April day; new, and nail for nail like mine ;iIn I speech, which had cost! me many wakeful ourselves with grog: und cigars. Of I found Hello as sweet all pretty as e\er.
And if I say' 1 love him,' have no care- duet and locked it in disgust, and it appearedto hours/ oozed with my courage from my finger many interesting conversations I will recall but pale and thin ; the separation had told

'Tis: April day me afterward in the form of a nlg Itlllilre. ('III Is, one,'as of importance to the clucidationofmy even on my little bird. Hut all past suffering -

m Tho token that he sends-oh yes 1, I kiss it ; r/ e a You asked for me, I believe? I'rlltake. tale, and showing how fate docs give was now forgotten, or served only to
t And if ho sends it not I sorely miss it ; "If the gentleman traveling on the 5th a/l'at,8ir," strange throws to the dice occasionally.. heighten the present joy.

Hut promise, song or kiss! now pray what is inst. from Yowdon Whurton, who took, Yes, :Mr. McDonald, I did I hardly "I have lost a carpet-bug, said the captain I made clear to both uncle and guardian

4'sj' It by mistake, a I'ortlllalltt'alwill apply to R.O. know how! to begin my story." with an air of \exation. "It'sa queer that my future was a bright one, so far as
On April day ?" T., he will receive his own property in ex i hesitated, feeling the color mount to the thing to have aboard ship ; it was handy appearances and probabilities went, and

,. change. Wren's Nest, Menu" roots of my hair, and conscious of the surprised and I can't think what I have done withit. very soon after our second meeting Belle became -
Hinging and laughing through the wood I For many days this advertisement appeared look that the gentleman fixed upon ." Mrs Hob Thornton, to the satisfactionof

tI came in the Tl'iixs, but it elicited no answer. me at seeing my emhllrraSSIII'IIt."Chllnce "Anything valuable, Inside?" all parties, especially those most nearly

That April day, Other boxes of mine were sent to mo, ," 1 continued desperately, "threw Nothing much-a letter or two I don concerned.I .
I Until clear, strong voice sang buck again : so that I no longer needed to I trespass: on my me in the path of your lovely) niece, and I care to lose. Hut where can it have gone ? have only to add that my wife and I

"Oh, Aprifday I host's wardrobe ; and/ save for the loss of have come to ask you to sanction our future It must have been taken somebody, and spent our next Christmas at the Wren's Nest,
'' f This! girl of smiles und tears, this little rover, the dressing-case, I was not much the poorer knowledge of each; other. I can prove to you yet I can't think that either. and t that we both most gratefully appreciate ,

t! 1Vithplensaintjcstingdoes: her heart discover. for the vexatious occurrence, which might respectability, but I am not rich." "Talkingof lost property," !said the little Jenkins' delicate compliment in crowningthe
t I Thy mirth N! wisdom ; I her happy lover ; have )been so: serious to both parties. Here I entered( into a dt.taill'tlllccollllt of fat man, brother-in-law has been pretty dessert table at that festive season with a
I Thou, April-May.: Moreover, all 1 our Inquiries did not nor my family amid 'position, during which Mr.McDonald well ruined by such I loss! as yours. choice confection which o he had significantly; t 1
f to discover: whore Whurton might I be, : preserved an immovable expression Somewhere in England he took some fool's labeled "Somebody's l'orttunnteau.-Dub.
p'r I lie clasped my hand, and through the wood did any advertisement relating to George of countenance, and a most discouraging portmanteau by mistake for his own, which tin Univertity .Mayainc.. .
;,, we went Potter's loss appear. In fact, had it not been silence. At the conclusion of my address contained 0111' (linloniMtic. of great
t'aper -- -
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That April day, for the strange portmanteau staring me in he said : value to their: owner; my brother's employ
i Hinging like robins in our glad content t the face whenever I entered I "Am I to understand :
; my room Mr. Thornton, that er. It was a foolish thing to carry papers in
1 That April day should have been' disposed!! to regard the you have never held\ any communicationwith that way ; but he was going out on I Christmas
; Oh, golden sunshine!'\ and) oh, silver raining t whole affair in the light of a dream my niece-that, in fact you arc nowsimply visit, and took his work with him"
+ ; Oh, earnest jesting, and oh, sweet complaining ]Have you ever examined the contents wishing to make her acquaintance1'The Was his name George Potter?"

;1 !Ii the l portmanteau' Thornton ?" inquired question was put in ai calm, businesslike By Jove I Yes, it is George Potter! How
i Two happy hearts stood watching\ daylight'strnning Mrs. Jenkins one day. I mean, perhaps: tone ; but I felt unable to answer it on earth do you know, Thornton ?"

I / vou might find some clue to its owner by a without bringing undeserved blame upon T have the naner and the valise."

t That April day.SOMTMODY'S letter /IP,tt'tiwtr nf same sort." my innocent little Isabel. However, (,\evasion You! cried Rudd, springing: up with
:' Yes '1'r replied( ; "II lt- there I is nothing was out of the question, and 1 therefore! replied great excitement and la'ingiolent handson
1 ; VORTMAXTKAV. there but clothes and an old black pocketbook : collar

I containing papers' in cipher-a cipher 1 have spoken to tier" Quietly my friend," I answered, shaking olF 1 t,Yier
... "Change here for Whiirlon !I" which would have I battled even Edgar: Allen\ "Frequently ?" his grasp ; and then I related the story not

. ." What did he say?" inquired tho stout Toe, I fancy." The inquiry was made in a hard, dry tone ; forgetting to lay great stress on the fact oft

,?,' I gentleman opiiosilc: waking up. Soon afterward I took leave of my friends, but the cold, gray eyes of the Scotchman \. repeatedly advertising r
' t t I repealed 1 (lie information. my Arab instincts called\ me told nothing. 'I don't understand that at all. George ,

,i":.,.. My corpulent vi, ,,-a-vii; rapidly collected his abroad, so that the next summer found me Yes, freuentl I must apologize for advertised t too, but somewhat foolishly, and

r-., loose! impedimenta, opened the door and beat in New Brunswick, just beginning to awaketo what seems a deception-" only for the 'papers, as they were of most
1+: ) u hasty retreat sunshine I after its long winter. 1 was My hasty remark was cut short by Mr. value : Thornton, you can stand Ague Cure \
; Wo )hud) been the only occupants) of the staying at a small frame inn in the neighborhood McDonald] s rising and ringing the bell.\ and (' 'l'IIr. we arrive at Liverpool ;

1.r i carriage.: It was a cold afternoon in curly De- of Frederlckton, the establishment being Desire Miss Isabel! to come to me at he will be there to meet ,"

.' comber, and rapidly growing dark ; so, after named with truly American bombast, once," was tho order given when tho servant I need hardly that te after that evening Is a purely vegetable bitter and powerful .
4 1 drawing up the window with atshIverofluin- "The Universal Hotel," albeit it comprised appeared.' our friendship: ripened wonderfully. The tonic, and is! warranted a specify, and

1 gled impatience' : and discomfort: I wrapped only live bed rooms and A codec room. Almost instantly Belle obeyed the sum good little man was excited and joyful be- certain cure for Fever and Ague, Chillsand !
" I myself in my und/ nodded! My reason for locating myself here was mOil!!. She came forward neither meeklynor vond measure in the.anticipation) of his Fever, Intermittent or Chill Fever
i again The nod resolyellitself: /into decided tho old ; tie Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague,
story-an affaire ca'ur shyly, but decidedly, and with eyes: brother's:,! release! from the cloud that had
,. j' doze, and, in happy unconsciousness of I was mightily ashamed of myself. I''ellnow : brimming with anxious: hope. She paused hung over him for nearly two years, and Periodical or Bilious Fever and nil
: ; thing material, I /arrived my destination, looking back, I can recall the half indignation between us, listening with her little orown/ would have insisted upon taking possession' malarial disorders.[ In miasmatic disuses
(:' where tho shouting of porters) I confusion mingled with utter surprise, with hands: clasped'together! us was her wont of the had I not the rapid pulse, coated tongue, thirst
.... .rwtl.n/. t U.. ...... precollsalle lassitude. loss: of appetite, pain in the back
,. -- .l..f (tlle| i>vi>re.SS SpCC'di- which I first hiM'Jimo aware of thu fact that while her uncle said! : that it } reposing in Mrs
4M t ly aroused me. 1 was! in love.Without "Where ma and loins, and coldness of the spine and
you meet )Ir. Thornton, Harry Jcnkin's lumber at
Having (delivered)' ticket, 1 gathered together a doubt it was somewhat humili Jlt.lh'1"Bt.lle Nest Ren coi'c thorel's extremities: are only premonitions of
; my few oHocts, consisting of a peculiarly I had parsed scathless amid the dark- look half n. severer symptoms l, which terminate in the
eyed gave me a perplexed, half When we landed at after bid-
t pt I": natty portmanteau I and u newspaper, women of Italy und Spain, escaped mischievous, and wholly\ comforting, us! she ding a half-regretful LI'rpool the City of and ague profuso paroxysu, Iucc'edol by high fever
and made out of the station.
my way without a heartthrob from tho maidens of answered
Dublin made direct fur the where
:}::1 4) How 4V\-e do ? Ilow d'ye do ? lad l to Denmark, and now I was caught, bound "Never mind how our friendship cumc George, we Potter was awaiting hote. It is a startling fact, that quinine, arsenic

see you, old fellow !I" cried a hearty voice. heart and soul, hand and/ foot, by the witchery about, uncle. I guess! it growed 1" :The energetic Rudd hardly waited to and tther minerals, form the
;, "Just in time, you see-.'hero's the trap !I" of daughter of the little Mo of Prince Not muscle.' of the man's:,! face relaxed shake hands before he shouted the whole basis of most of the I Fever" and .Ague
: Releasing myself from the somewhat unceremonious Edward.: lie turned to 1'teparatlons4Stieelflcs, "Syrups, and
ate story into the bewildered cars of his brother- "Tonics IP
market. Tho
grasp of my frl'IIIII1/111 warmly Let me try to paint her-my Hello\ -if I "Sir, you have at any rate and on your in-law, nllo1Ci petrifying that worthy with made front those mineral preparations -
returning! Ids: greeting, mounted with some can Petite, like rosebud with poisons,
compact, u own confession: met my niece clandestinely.If : Although
.11 misgivings! the lofty trap," and! wo started soft brown luir a/llll''I'S brilliant and toying they are palatable, may .
for home home you can ever gain an introduction to h'r11I111 In the (evening we three sat over a roaring; break the chill", do not cure, but leave the
1 \ -not my though. perfect eyes, brown as the shadow on me by means of a common friend, we English: two of us t the happiest peoplein malarial and their own poison in
m \ .J :\Oi; I was only a wanderer cosmopolitan. 1 the deepest tarn in Norway, with truth shall be happy to make your acquaintance. the world." Alas, save only in the consciousness the system drug, dizziness,

My home was IIlIywh'rl.-thl' best: hotel beaming in every winsome glance: ; such II1I,1.'t Until then, Mr.( TllOrutun, oocl-It'e !" of,pleasure conferred, I felt in no ringing in the cars! headache, vertigo, and J
\ procurable generally ; my domestic ministering childlike fact-a face that the sun It is impossible to describe the sneering way comfoitcd for the loss of little love, other disorders more formidable than the
I spirits were chambermaids: land! had kissed: dying\ the crimson! check with a tone of those few words, or the insult; con my Isabel.It my disease thwere intended to cure
L U ii; ladies and the form of rCIIl'olll1II0ilt! familiar deeper\ rose, and leaving/ !! own \\armth by his glance, which said, unmistakably appeared that the lost w'roalu Arm's: Ann: Celts thoroughly eradicates
\: t'' to my ears was, Yes: sir." and brightness in every dimple ; but there-8- "Adventurer !I" able to an antiquarian l'apl1; and to such un these noxious: poisons from the system,

I. \(, It wus to Jenkins': home I was going Ho she was: the one maiden only t to me, and Oh) uncle\ uncle! cried Hello\ imploringly : one, 011) in bygone political schemes and always!! cures tho severest cases.
t. had, taken unto himself a wife and also a has ever been! 1 I Icr greatest charm was her bursting into tears. i and) machinations! George Potter had ('contains no quinine, mh1rl, or any thing I
sister-in-law, and had settled, down' in the playful innocence, her perfect guilelcssncss "" heel that could
f My dear niece, blandly replied :'tlr1: ( for confidential friend amid secretary. injure most delicate pa)
: town of Venn more than a your before. He added to a nature faithful nil loving Belle! I Itunald"Iflhisgentlenuam be, really"-emir\ The'l'ar loss of 1 the obtained by much intriguing Gent; all ill crowning f'Xl'elellct above

r 1 was always: a binIV, hearty fellow lacking} was staying with an uncle, whose home was phasising the word-"such/ and in any way and heart-burning papl'n. had I led to a its certainty, cure, I; tho
I' doubtless much of the polish: of polite life, the next to "The Universe Hotel," and tit to address, you, he can have nodillicultv breach in their and to u tidal system us free from disease a before the

/ biU also happily destitute of artifices: or In. therefore I saw my darling! very frequently. in meeting, my suggestion. Come, my love!I' parting, with friendship i on the one side attack
sincerity. No truer soulcd friend ever Never mind how I became acquainted Hy this time the servant had opened the and and sorrowful anxiety on theother For Liver Complaints, AVER'S AGF
breathed: ; than Harry Jenkins ; hu h-whlol-: with her ; but I did Many things are possible door, and I was l.Irupllhowt'l\ out by :Mr. f'grt, Gui a:, hy direct action on the liver and

kerod, black-eyed, r ulil'IIIho was, and his !: to one passionately! in love as 1 was, McDonald\ who, taking his: niece by the It was about t biliary apparatus, drives out thoolon j
.. welcome, I knew, was a sincere one. and oh our sweet eveningulks by till! blue arm/ disappeared into an inner said Mr. Rudd strange, "very thculh'rtoelelltl, which produce these complaints, and stimulates
l} We arrived! tho Wrl'II'dc.. t, as Jenkins river St. John! 1 did not know her friends, 1 beat /hasty retreat to my hotel ruo/, and taking were brother. Can- reculfthe you the t'stet to vigorous, healthy
had: dubbed leis| : pretty villa, mud very cheering \ nor dared Hello present me to them, but that wrote the following moving titr t eOIlCI'ret :Mr Thornton you?" condition.

,i I: ) Indeed was the sight of the (open{ hull was a sl'0Hlarl'IJIIsld'rntioll to its then, Il.'n 1II1'il'r: I thought t)11 and wrote it down We warrant it when taken according to
f f! door,and the bright lights !shining town the und we. hl'l.'tlccllittlo, !so: that we were togeth .HIR : In our interview of this morning accurately. George Potter rl'allthc directions.Prepared.
I,: avenue. ) \\ >'1111; Frederickton. with. timecathelraltaml you suggested that I should obtain an introduction ) : paperand

:'I Speedily I found myself in a room, the !government house, the two of to you through the medium of a II -I cxuilll.t! !. wn" tint b.i". tn.I..t" bv, Dr.. J., C. Aver *L no...
: like of which has nut greeted my eye for which would barely form the lady-chapel of friend. This sir is -------J------
common : utterly impossible never heard of such a place did
I ) many u )long day-in which tho first\ impression one of our magnificent minsters! \ at hornet I for the simple reason (that I urn a perfect put that down, )Ir. Thornton ?Why" WH Practical and Analytical Chemists,

p.$ was brightness and warmth and rosy But oh during that burning summer thou stranger! here -an Englishman, withouteven YUll1sketlle, us I remember, what the Lowe!!, Mass.
coloring, \ best of all meet mistress of wast an Eden: to me, and the tire-Hies: danc presentation to / aid
t. i t such scene, a fair l English.: girl put her white lug in the groves around theo were IJri ht. I entreat Idtt.1 you lit tl review your nll'OIlt Ill''llioll, porter for Whurton, and,' and I repeated itChange hero -SOLD- .- .IY- ALL 11l'UUISS EVEKTYVI1EHJC..
J1i l't !hand into mine with u welcome loss noisy, winged genii bringing fairy whispers to to believe allt you immediately trot -
my me when I state that I am a gentleman out, I ( obtained
: that for
f \ but not I less cordial than her husbands.Harry love and me! -nut rich, it is true but I nm able (to were 'onlllh'llaturalh'!; enough you l\'rlX''s,orfor new inventions in old \
then showed me my room, where a J'racticalh'-how was it to cultThcn ( improvements
increase small income-which 1 frallkh'l'Ollf
d r ; bright tire was burning and left mo to rub tho little soft hand no longer rested in mine, ,',.", is my ut but XoiiO names"My' destination! was orhal; but the and ones all Caveats Infringements, Trade-Murks
present per sufficiently to patent
f-; oft some of the signs of my long journey. and the sweet, musical 'ceased to charm by writing for the press Your lair allnum"'( nl1 \'rc them. account for '! *", INVENTIONS promptly HAVE' attended
Imagine BEEN
i I I produced tho key of 'portmanteau: ear and take jiossession of the your misapprtll'nsioll.of a'
J my my my senses, I love each other very truly ; but I do not slight IihJLCTED:
and, unlocking tho article beheld that which terrible in most cases be patented
recurred la"tl
question Ilisdlief"111
I disgusting monot ask you to sanction any engagement between ".\ I I added by .
f'lemLer. us. )posite the IT. S. Pat-
I caused me to start buck in amazement.: Had
\ some sorcerer been at work'11 neat ony.This was My t'income us ullti you know more of 11'. Hogging i (UI"taIU't' recurred vividly to my mind i 1, eat Office, and engaged\ in PATENT HUSIhS.s -
my thodiHlcully : was the mutter
you r dispussionutely "that before >)
110/1 traveling urrungemcnt.s were upset, my shirts limited, and Belle was rich. 1 could not !go und (lli.\l, I have the honor to beyoursobediently to you came in I clunged'niy seat > EXCLUSIVELY: : we can secure patents -
I a theoneopjiosite, and must have in less: time than
{ and collars were soiled by evident marks of and solicit her friends to sanction my suit HOB : THORNTON." left my those who are remote
I I l portmanteau where I had been ruin Washington.
It. wear, und my drt .III -cIISO was representedby without probably drawing the sitting provf* !
on myself reception This di-itatchcd, I waited for consoling tidings When
was a st "
coincidence Inventors
t 1 u large, black pocketbook, which assuredly of an adventurer, ulh'rh'lIlIpr\hl. which) in due time, arrived, in thcf.lhlwillj 011.1) I .tr and range though we make send model or bketh.
t hud not weighed! down tho pockets\ of I ed with even !letters of introduction us I was, form : unfold happier one was waiting search in the Patent ()tNc tlll
to elf advise
but p I knew as to its
any garments of mine."What's i I and from (this 11Irl'U'oUII! recoiled no loss that into reverie i 10t. I lank patentability free of charge.
forcotl'nicnI'llkl. a the fireside
't by recalling inci Correspondence confidential,
tho matter old fellow? inquiredHarry than my pride. Oh, if the were only fortune true will ; f.t' reasonable -
your are dent
: his head in at the door. less little Bell,' Itah'ltntl you permit by incident of the past happy summer, ; and xu : UNLESS PATENT -
t putting CIAIWg
my only a country maiden, (to IlIttJrlOu that the fact alone) of your while two friends converseij IS :
.. Didn't I hear call whom with / on home ,
\ J you out? for 1 might sue the'II''I.'jolh' i utterly inadequate income 1 OBT.I :
t'll'to news, \\ :
; r J ", Oh, 1 here's a to be in I" ness that could woutlIOIII believing me to be asleep e i n to the t -
: say position misconception. attend my decline any sort / ". plot tlteih
.. understanding hl.t W''l'n \h. I thought, how well I master, and oft ;
l i Anything wrong with your collars?" ho wooing But fate had decreed) otherwise, )' niece mil'ounllf.. I must request those blissful walks remember Superintendent to (
asked looking dubiously\ shoulders and I 'onhllJut I my jon bthl St. John-those lo"t-OI 'C Division in Wash-
t aI; over my ( struggle. vainly against her to rons\I'r the matter UI>ctlt11): niece long evening I walks! Shall I Monl'On'r
: at the tUIII\.IIl'llll'ap\ before us. decree. Of course 1 hud told Hdle., and of for four she is ever again be rt'ferellcl. circular, advice .
li age -Il..l-'r
lot uiI so ( :
'car. again look terms
I In the soft etc
My collars! Gingerly I lifted one, und equally, of course she hud) scouted the idea I am glad to say, on the eve of her return the of eyes ndllrc
; beheld before me, marked neatly on the ol appearing but disinterested and heroic 'press hlllil my Hello ? A- SNOW tt CO., '.
my hole 1 hove the honor to be, yours, obediently. .Hello !l" said George Potter. o-tf
1f r Imck. the mime "George; / Potter." Opp.I'atent DC.
Mcl>o\un. I started. Otel Washington, ;
\Lt He -
'f: ;,{i 'Harry," Ixuid. turning solemnly to m)' One evening; tit}" little |>etcame to me with Very pleasant: t 'id ('lfortllg," 1 said to was evidently was not addressing li'. lie -
astonished hast, "you bee in me n)luckless the intelligence that she had n'l.'in..11It.c. \ myself sation. continuing a strain of('Olnr. I'on S.'LI );

t It I '( fellow-u man who has robbed a buffering ter stating that she could no longer hI'l.arl'll I watched ('\ windows of the ,< Oh. i DWELLING: HOUSE CONTAINING
: t s; fellow-creature. of perhaps I his I little all, and from home, and that some" day in the Kim: (House, ultnuIthl IIW ) of my' darling, course ; and McDonald yes too wi! be there of 11 I"1.16/001"'', well finished and furnished,

i."j \ is therefore doomed to imprisonment." ensuing week her u""lian."ho+e spoilt who was evidently kept pretty closely under "What'11 I cried rtof land a UOx25tj feet, never-failing. a
I "I dust understand ut all! Haven't yon darling and nominal houM-keepcr; ) she was inspection. A second letter received( to reply oall! Hollo anti Mr. ? Oh, say welt water,tank capacity sixty Ll1rrd:, ood .
i taken some one else's portmuntcuu in mis was coming for her. ail one week after my luckless ( I that Lethe Mine Where) lefall" i barn and out building. lumher, of orange (
i U
it j ttke'Tht'u, of course, he's got yours, and We walked silently by the riverside, each saw Jlelle'! hurried l into 1 carriage, to r'tlr me, Mr.I I Potter, if only for the and fig trees, tw entv.ftve varieties of ; i4
II (nun appearances, he has bade U gooo thingI' occupied with bitter thought at the scuru- no more. service I )have rendered hake"of t the other tUWl'r and shrubs to to J
l by the exchange, I ,.hllulllia\' !" tiun, which now seemed inevitable.\ I looked I did nut know the niiine: of her guardian, IMh of you to-night IWII tll, further| IHlt'rU'I apply' to
/ ., 111'1 tIIIII:1&C! !" I 'ril"l: }I.mst'1. down at darling ami saw she was in what : umvesnIpauiunsregartltrlmite with }
my my ever|p.- nor |>irt i>f Prince l F.Uvard Island an tonishod andbomcwh.it It. MURC1V l
cnel i i..11.aM"I. I l.etrl I lilt' u rullar, toy dear! ing. und then, with the resolution/ which hi' ".11,1 ]J\\-'nr.I. 1 truver. trl l the which ThcnMr.I'otteranswe.rtd suspicious air On !thl' l ses at Old Town.
I no longer (the miscreant 1 had all\ this: time lain dormant in heart of rather Fernandina I Fla.
I' Jenkins. am my \tlll..I.r.il( tilft' fragment of "There is some blight mistake l'Oll- February 20, lU3m.TTARHOR .
I lit tU,,'ht. myself.. prhata| unknown to myself, hud said : chao, il \lill. could not discover the The young lady __ _
S.wodily finishing; my toilet descended ltinhe. I will call 111'| 'i your uncle" and slightest clue in toy lost Isabel. armed with her uncle am IJ-ulingif has )lately JAMES TUCKER:
to taleIuarior, and I then related the history tell him all. If lie will jiI t I li;>/u-i t., III.'. I Edward; Mr. McD.muld. from MASTER.

;'f! .*u/ mv utist.rtuuts.tothes'tu j eurly shall: \ still hove done my ht11| ,.I, and w<' will I If w MS again Dltuml; heart-sic nnd weary l'rlUc. 111111. My bCehhmer-lll-law

.tJ|unk-Vm.t.vyhi. e ears of Mrs Harry.H think of", uue other plan ; but 1 rauuot h."I.' 1 tVll that my love was hopeless, and that It I literally. ga'II"1f..| ever anything so Office : Clay's Drug store. i

1fF'.. < Street, Fernandina. '


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-.-- Kenlrou iShute.: -. .r-ICallroadM.1MB -.-. 1"I.olm.\: X nAt. RAILROAD.: I' I o )hot! mid Nlatioiiery.HOIC :, For Tampa and 1( (.,. ,. = t.

GAUD UOINU WEST .\ ('I: intiMV.Whi VIA ..1 P

SALE T Leave/ Jacksonville 8:15: A. M. 'l'J\'II. Slc11nlt11ipJ LINE, i il'.1111t1'INi
OF Tfl.1TLANTiC(11iLF't1Vi : _
Leave White [House[ .
8.1,4.:: : M. >lcsale and Retail
Leave Baldwin !0:30:: .\. M.( ,1,
+M-+ ++ Leave 1IIIrhy\.illl......... !t1k'i>: : M. __
SIT RAILROAD, Ix-ave Sanderson............."..........10:40: A. M.lAavcOlustce iooKs. STATIOMUV: -, q to, .I'

I A illallt.tllll: IIO'l'I'. I : ... 11:24::! \. M. k
PENINSULAR; I RAILROAD, 1/cavc )It. l'llrril'.1 tl:45: .\. M. \aul in'si<',

:++ ( U'ttlilo Hnwch ) Leave I I.lk,' > ,
++----- ::: City :!: I' M.Leave

Lie :. 2:30:: r. M.l 1m! WINT: ll1 \' :-fllIT: ,
Situated directly on the Railroad. .as n l."'ave )lnl1i nll.-t.I.: ; iM.. ;
THE: U. :S, MAIL ;
Leave irifton.0.40. ) i M. I I
IX OXK: OF THF: :: Leave Tallahassee :-I.iOI'. M.Leave JACKSOXVILLF:; :, FLORIDA.) --. I ;
Quincy..I o-\:: :\ i>. M. e
.,1 : of the staunch and) elegant :Stcamrr*
Arrive Chaltahoochce. River. 11:50: m r. M.tiOIXU OXE I
Iho above Line will leave Cedar
In Effect; May Gtli, 7N..V/ every Monday at 1:00:\ p. 11))., for .
: Clinttalmochco River......... .1.:111.\: W. I
For particulars address Arrive .: : M. ;4i S'ool hooks uItltrr SI.I"U-TJ. Tampa, 71 a 11 a lee, it
.lrrive'I'ullniumssec I 7t1)::!<> M. ,
FLORIDA) MIRROR) fiOtXU; : SOUTH.Leave Arrive Drifton !>::35: .\. :ot I. and Iconii S((MniilM atN., And Hrioidentouii. :I
53 tf Fcrnandiua. !0.00 Arrive Madison. .: '
Fernandina Fla. n.In. \ M I. and every Monday and I Thursday; at 4W': '
Leave Hurt's : !0.47) a.m. Arrive Live 1 Ito: I'. M.Arrive t1). for
l'r1111itGAN LI\Ei: .; p.
Leave Callahau. 10.52:! a.m. bake -Itllil'; M. IUUU

Tin: n.oin Leave Dulton) .11.22 a.m. Arrive Mt. Carrie.. 4:31:: I'. M.: '' n.i"I", and IC, AVel.Connections .

Leave Rrandy Rranch ................11.38: a.m. Arrive Olustee... 1)11': M. ::- "

rpOWX IMPROVEMENT( COMPANY.FcrnniKliiiii Leave Raid win 2.0ll'.ln.: Arrive Sanderson. r(1I'; ( M, ... I J
Leave: Maxville I .: p.m. Arrive Darbyville. 0:20;: r. M. & made at (Cedar h1'-y with tinFlorida !I

Leave Lawtcy .t. 1.13: p.m. .Arrive Haldwin\ ........,....... ........... (Ii!: t5 r. M. Transit Railroad: from and to all

Leave. Temple's. 1.2911,111.: !> } Arrive White House[ 7:25: I'. M. points Xorth and Nest1t; I'l1l1t1:11": :
Leave Starke .. 1.38 p.m. Arrive Jacksonville. 8:00: p. M, Steamer for Fort flyers, Fort Ogden, ami '

Leave Thurston 1.5111.111.Lave ('CoxxKmoxs.: : Haldwin with A., (Ct. tW. Pine Level
TOWIIIH, Oil 1C. 1:. Uuo, Waldo. 2.31: p.m. S. MAM, STEAMSHIPS: Tickets safe
1. T. II. IL, for Cedar Key, Gainesville: U. Through; are on at Fcrnandina i
And CVUar Key. Leave (Gainesville........ ............... .3,3lp.11t.: and 1-'rlllll1lilla.11I\11: all points, North and --_- ---_--_---- Jacksonville, Gainesville, and (Cedar .

Leave Arredondo .5':. p.m. West ; at Lake City for Tal :lhassl'I'lhaIlV, Key, at greatly n'lhll''III'IIIti'I,, for all principal
Leave Nation. ..Oi 1'.111. Savannah, and all points North) and West ; Will leave Cedar Key points on the Gulf ('Ollt.J. : .

1.1'11ra.h'r.. 4.2: !) p.m. at Jacksonville with St. Johns. River Steam: : M. GALP1I1X. Jen'l Ag't.t ;
} ers. J. S. )kEI.HOYY. 13: Cellar Key, Fla.ffSAVANNAH .i
1 Leave Otlerl.'n.ck.................. ...... :;:,01'.n1. \ \DAVIDSON: Master Transp'n.: FRIDAY.: -

Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large Leave Rosewood! 0.10p.m. Superintendent.JACKSONVILLE I ;; : FERXAXDIXA: 3 3.1x41
number of the most eligible and desirable Arrive Cedar K I' '. 0.5511.m} .

Lots, suitable for Rusiness Purposes) or for GOIXU XOUTH. :, 1'1':4.1'01.AX: : }> .
City or :Suburban::: Residences: ': RAILWAY.
Leave Cedar Key. :;.:\0 a.m. EVERY OTHER SATURDAY. ; :; :: ', ,
On and after Monday :2 1 t-l 191. Trains' ,7-.J.H..I-\OOX\'IIU f
Leave Rosewood! ......................... 0.10a.m. May :
UPON EASY TKRMS. on this road will run daily, except :Sunday; ,
Leave Otter ,7.00 a.m. iw follows: ................ ...... ................. ......
Leave Rronpou. 7.42: run "t" t" lI
Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to Leave Archer. MO a.m. PARSONS .t HALE' Agents, 'lInOIal! MM' -- d lId
Lake ......... 12.30:
1 11.00
City pm.I a.m.
Leave Hat tOil 8.38: 4 a.m. )
trial parties engaged in who manufacturing will or indus Leave Arredondo 8.58> a.m. have Wclborn........... 1.20: .m...12.00:! ( ) m. !0.131: Cellar Key, Flit ..-.4-;! i". ,
enterprises! erect the
on --- -- -- --- ----------- ---
purchased substantial improvements property Leave (Gainesville.............. ......... 0.35 a.m.) Leave Houston...:... ..... 1.38ArrTveTTve : p.m..I2Hp.nl.) 1:!,: [

for residence, or in which to conduct their Ll'avc'allio .11130: 41,111. Oak..... :!.tHII.III.) ) .. MA L LORY'S VI \

business.! Leave Thurstoii..................... ......1iI 1 a.m. Leave Live Oak........... 2.:111)1.11I.: ) ., l.40 [p.nt.Leave ,
INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURKRS Leavc .1 1.11 a.m. Custcr. ........ ..... "_..Is '.m... 2.15p.m. I"ICUUUJS'I'I'JISIII1: LINE.! SEA
::: by exemption) for a term of years from Leave Temple's.1(n.1: n.111. : ISI4ANI)1UTE.
taxation, offered by the several cities and Leave 1 Lawte-v ............. ..............11.37 a.m. Leave i'Ilayille.:3.,1,11.411.Leavc : ::i> .
Madison........... 4.45. .
towns. Apply at Leave Maxville) .12.2: !) p.m. ) .m..m. _h_ Only ircl Mnc Leave lia1i1 'in'. 1.101'.111. Leave (:r :I'II\'ml--;:........ 5.45 '. ).
;t.i7 O111eecor.Ik'ach & 7th !>ts., Fernandina. Leave Rrandy Rrancl. 1.28 p.m. Leave Aucilla............ II.1I1I'.m. 1'111':: (3EORGIA: AND I FLORIDA: ) !

W-t_ Leave Dutton) 1.41 i'. n.Lcave Leave Drilton.......::.:. m li.; 10Leave ) '.m. [INLAND( :STEAMROATCO.AXI ; I .
-- ---
Callahan. : : : .,
2,221) n.
Monticollo........ rt.fin
'l'111: 1'1.()It 1 )).\ (Leave! Hart's a.:!,'} p.m. - - -- -a-'a' ,
MII..m. ------ -
Arrive Fcrnamliiia:. 4.00p.m.) : T.eIIVOIJoyd's i ...::::.:::: 7.15 .
) IMMIGRATION COM PA'YOFFERS : Leave (Chaircs': 7.41111.11)<> ). T. ::
Trains .
: '
daily I'XCl'lltllIulay.
.I L.XDXl 'It'j'I /':
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Arrive Tallahassee: ;8.25: ,. .Ir .',
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1.cave'l'ullaimasse......... 8.5(1( \,. ...- .N j A.t 'J..-.1._...

noo.oooc'a'c'N PEXIXSULAR: : [ RAILROAD: Leave Midway........... !1.3511.411u!) .. \\ISTiicx: : TI\As.: "' ''' 'Tf... '-
Of the mostACCKSSIIJLE ((1Ii/f1)\\ I'r ouch.. ) Leave (Juincy........:...::10.28 i p.m.)) CA1T. I IIIXES I :: : )
Leave 31 It. I'h.li'IllIl..l p.m.
; (,OI.\I SOUTH.Leave .
Waldo Junction................ :!..I.i i.in. Arrive (' Hlttii. _liivcr.: :.,1t .rIO.p.lII. (;iTY OF I).\ I.I.S.1'1', FLORIDA?: : ) TRANSIT RAILROAD.TO : : [I.

I.\I'5 IX TIn Leave Santa: Fe......... .................. :3.18 i.in. JOIXU C,11 RISK.OXE :; '
ST. M \IIK'! |iVHo.\| | )
5'1'ATFOF: FLORIDA, Leave Hawthorne ....................... 4.Il.ip.nl.
Leave Lochloosn.......... ............... 4.45. p.ul. ((7'III.'. ,fI/.II. Tlmmiliii/n Hint' Sit/unlays.) : of the above Steamers:; : will leave
At only $l..i: }PIT acre to new settlers, with Leave (Orange Lake..................... I 5.10 1'.111. Leave Tallahassee..... !1.tHIII.III.( : : for. Xew York every Thursday All I'olnlM Xorlli and tired''' ,

the }privilege of selection in parcels:! of 40 Arrive Ocala.............. ...... ........... 7."i) p.m. Leave 'hattahoochce' ......... ..........10.10 a.m. on arrival I afternoon' train- from
acres or more. These Iall.l"I'{' located 011aJlll1.1jal'l'lIt Arrive ;t. Marks_ ...... ._ I0.3.: ;> a.m._ Jaiksomit'illriuul! Ccdnr hey offering, comfort unrivaled\ u delightful sail
W II XII MlHTII. : over a strictly inland water-course, full ofInterest
This: line, having no transfers to make
to the line of the
Leave Ocala) ................................._..I.i I a.m. GHISti I'\-or.: : l betweenFERNANDINA Iinr scenerv.The .
ATLANTIC GULP AND WEST INDIA Leave Orange: Lake ......... ............ 7.2iia.m: ) Leave Cliatta. Uivcr.... .1.:011.11I.:! I'AI.UT. STKAMEHS( : 1
: Leave Lochloosa! : .................... ..... :-\1111.111.:\ > Leave ('hattahoochct.. 4.3::!) a.m. : : ) AND NEW: YORK: ,
TRANSIT:: CO.'S: R. R., I Leave Hawthorne[ ........................ !>,15 a.m. Leave- Mt.. Pleasant. ..... 5.15. a.lII. I' I. O U I l> .\ ,

Leave Santa: Fe........................... !>I. I.') a.m. Leave Quincy i .............. 5."i2a.m.) Oilers,: the Captain' JOHN FIT/IKI.M.J; .
from FKRXAXDIXA) the Atlantic Arrive \Valdo.lnm-tion.... .... ...... i ,
extending on W.1. 11.11I. Leave Midway,........ ... UII! a.m. i

to CKDAR KEY, on the (!ulf coast, -.--- Arrive'l'ullull1l; ;t&........ i.i"i: a.m.:' REST: AND CHEAPEST: : TRAXSPORTATIOX I : AXI:

+ thus: alKirding to the producer cheap, constant FERXANDIXA: .t JACKSONVILLEJJAILUOAD. : Leave Tallahassee........ X.OOu.m.( ( TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS.Vegetables : ('I'I',. OF HlCIIXriiri'OX: ,

: and rapid transportation to the bestmarkets. : I ). Leave (Chaircs'' ......... .... 8.1.:}'a.m. Captain ---,
and! FrniN
Leave Lloyd's\ .............. 11.111'111.111. will receive special
1 care in handling.
Thl.ll'lt of country traversed by the Transit Leave Monticcllo[ i .....,... !0.00( a.m. -- 1.eitvtmJueksunvilleevery3lortdayll'umlim' I 's-

: R. R:. embraces In Efftct:// MiCth, 1XSI.ioIXO Leave. Drifton}) ._.._....... !BA.i n.nt- PASSENGER: : ACCOMMODATION'S! ) : AREFIRSTCLASS. day and! 1'ridayby51eamiihoat: [Express: haft;
Leave Aucilla; .:=..:::.:..HMO a.m.: -- [ I :; :; !Leave Fcrnamlimi by :Steamer: Florida
EVERY; VARIETY OF SOILto ( SOUTH. Leave (lrl.l'IIvilll..1U.I.) : ') a.m. arrival of
__ Train.Arrive .
Leave 1-'ernl1llllilla..11.10 a.m. it 5.30: p.m Leave Madison............11..11I11.111.- -0 The! lran'lillJ.t,1I"lil'\ are offered the advantages -, at Savannah every 't'urstlay'l'hurs

be found in the State, a large proportion Leave I I\rt'li 1oad..11..1:11I.11I.: : it ( .01 i p.m Lcave 1 !i1: laville I _... ... .. ...1 12.55: J p.nl.! ... 0.30a.m.: _)I.L'a'o : of a IlItlIJN1.J WITHOUTANY day and Saturday, H a. in. .
: : CHANGES.; Connections
being }peculiarly adapted to the culture of Arrive Jarksonville..12J1)11,41): A: 7.05 p.m Cnster: ............... 1.22Arrive : )'.m... 1..i<> a.m. Fernandina: with all steamboats made)for all at Palace Close connection made at OCI'I"iTE.UI.'Savannah; with,

t; JITuoPlc.FmlTs and Karly Vegetables, noi.vo; XOKTH. Livc Oak.......... 1.401'.11I... 1.:1011.11I.: <) points on the :St. John's, (Ocklawalm and SHIP) COMPANY Ste41nmshlpsut'tho) ) and
and The hmje, t'umjinct JSodiea of Timber Leave .Jacksonville......!0.00 a.m. tC 3.10 p.m, Leave Live Oak.-- ........... 2.101'.11I.- .. M.IHI' a.m.- \Indian Iin'r1'lIlItI with the Transit Railroad Saturday, for New York.every Also Wednesday with lloston,

make theso lands worthy CAUEFUL EXJ.VA1770Ar Leave Hart's Hoail: .....JI! ;:32 11.11I. tt 1.15 1).m., Leave Houston........... 2.32: 1'.111... 1'1.lI.m.:\ at Fernandina for all( railroad stations Italtimore! and Philadelphia 'steamers, and
by manufacturers of LCMUEII Arrive I'ernandimt..10.851): .u.t 4.. ')0 t p.m Leave Wclborn, ........... :3.00) 1'.111... !UO a.m. and (;1111'1'0rl in Florida with all rail !lines to all points Xorlli and11'sL

NAVAL .STOUF-S. Double) Trains daily except' Sunday.CONNECTIONS. A rive Lake- ; (City......... :3.45' p.11l.,10.0111.11)- "
-----_. __ _________.__ d____ For State-Rooms: and Through! Tickets,
-- -
------ ---- -- ---- -- AS [LOW AS 1JY
: : [INDIRECT) : LINES.70Th apply to

: (TiifHlnyt, Tluirnluy* and tintiinliij( ) rough Rates and I Hill of Lading/ !,<', /' A Alden'N 'I'ourIsil" 4)IIIreslt

land from this company are fur. AT FEHXAXDIXA. FI.With ..\., IA-Ave :St.; Marks[ ......... ......... .........1 12.0'i:! a.m. to all points.

nishcd with ciitlre free jifUMtye on the Tranit New York and Fcrnandina Steamship Lea\e Wakulla.......... .................12.30a.m.: : For i passage or further information, apply JIII'k"'OIl\'IIII'-l'orlu'r" of May and Ocean
Arrive Tallahassee...... ......... tu Streets I St. 'itUomfield'n
:> Railroad for family and personal cllccts/ ( Line frolll Xew York on Tuesday" at u :: ==. 1.40p.m.: I ; ,
to the station nearest: the land purchased.TITLE a. m. or 4.00) p. in., and for New York on COXXF.lTIOXS:( 1 L':. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent.Fernandina.. A near the' l'.st. -Olllre ; I'nlatku-\\. O. WoltHughe /,
Thursday after arrival afternoon trains. ) Drugstore:: ; t Fernandina, F.gmont:
COMPLETE, being derived by With Gcorgiaamid Florida Inland Steam i Both ElIot and West bound. trains meet at C. II. MALLORY( ..t0.., Hotel

grant from the United States and purchase boat Company from Savannah: daily Live Oak and connect: with :2:15: train on Savannah Pier 20' East River, New York. :2tiSV11111at ( GUSTAVE! : LEVE: :,
exceptihnduy ____ __. ___ ___ __ __
from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. ; tirnvuunadidaily: except Sunday Florida fi Western Railroad: for 0- Ot'II'II'II."". .\J.t't'U: Islaml[: Route.:

With Charleston: Steamerfrom Savannahand Savannah and 1 Albany. : SIUJHII.I.a: : J. N. HARRIMAN.
SOLICITED.) Charleston on Wednesday and Sunday ; 1'uwngers for Chuttahoochce River Uioatseunuert 1 1-80 Munugor.T. ,
i with steamer Reluirii: : ------ .
for :Savannah ami Charleston/ Tuesday and Kvcringham Tilt: STKtMKUMKT. -
Dl'SI'ripth'c1'101 and CIRCULARS mailed on Friday.With. c\'cry'J'lluI'I'llay 1 fori>alueliicola, Fla., 11I,1en'r tr MARY'S RIVER: t
; Saturday for (Columbn, (Ja. and! Kufaulii : --.--- .,-_-------a,
application. Steamer Flam from St. Mary's[ River: ) r : ).K'KlIT 10MIMXY.

CHAS. W. LEWIS, Landings/ on Wednesday and I Frfday( ; furSt Ata.CUllnl.tll. ( JOHXS ;! % : CI'I'"' OI.\T } STK .I --- C f
: Mary's River: Landings on 811I11111111111 with "steamer (I. (illlll,)' Jordan
Land Commissioner. for If_ ...... I
'. Wedm-sday. every Sunday Apalachicola, and
Office cor. Beach! and Seventh Sts. .\T CALLAIIAX. every Tuesday' for ('ulmubu.mmil Kufanla: ii!

--.10-tf-- -. .. -. -' 2.20 To awl m.from Savannah ut 10.45 a. u). and Ala.Connects! at fake City with trains Oil the iiTITI1.1 :: ;;;.:.,..,Y..
Move! and Tinware.iv. (p. Florida! Central Hail road I fur Jacksonville

_. ._ __ __ ___d __ __ .\T UALUWIX, FL.'., and /St. Johns River Fermimlinu and Cedar TIIK 1 KTKAMCIW

j i-. STICKITY, To and from Tallahassee at 12.20 noon Key. WILLIAM O. AMIIS.Jencral ; ;. FI.O 1C A .1IAICTIIA.
and 1.00 p( m. ( 1'awengcr Agent
Captain Caj>tain ---
:Second: Street, opposite the I'ost-Ofllce, AT LOrHUJOrfA, ,L.\., -- "' leave 1'ernus mliiiii f'rJarksonvllle
With Steamer Afolui for all joints and it. M. niM: >iitsov. TT and Pulatka, and intermediate lund ytir IMII.YI'HVI: : <'Jo;.- ,
landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Pen logs on time :St.; John's' River: and /Savannah
insular: Railroad Train. and! Charleston/ asFrom follows :
The Flora Jeavi-H Fernandina forSt.Mary'n

AT CICALA. [ Fernandinu River landingM every Monday, Wednesdayami
Friday-returniiiK on Tues Withtllle: Line to and from Hruuk\'ille FOR JACKSONVILLE:; : 1'I.1'K'1''Imy \, day and /Saturday.
: '. .
"xl.t'Ituwla) ; ,- : WEDNESDAY.; X Thu' Martha leave Feriiandinu for HaUIt'
l'ul'Sthw, Thursday and from
Ocala and [point every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur.
and Tumpu on Monday, Wednesday From Fernandimi ItJlv-rc'llIrliillg)' 3Iolulll>". Wednesday!
Friday. (2ThUNIYR'1'A1ER. and; Friday.

With Steamer Miller to ami from I'cna'ueo- ;tt- : : : FRIDAY.connection : >> .-*? Through Hill, ltr Lading

I la on Monday and Friday. FIFTH HT., FKRXAXDIXA: FLA. ('III>'C mule with iteanleriir by MALLORY'S LINE: of Steamer to aulMahits
With !Steamers Clinton and Motymi fur Mellonvllle and Enterpri; also with steam- WI the St.: 3Iur)"'.,

Saturday Xt.Orl8nf:! on from Friday Havana; from and Xew Orleans BURIAL ROUIX: MhrTALLIC (C'\I';4.; era for Ocklawuha River ; ulwi at Savannah ('Ie't ('O'"U'C''OIl
; K..y'C'IIt, COFFIX.S. AXU <(< '.\:-;1Irs.. with steamer for New Y urk, Philadelphia, made with
on Friday ; for Key West and l Havana[ on Jlustou. und |JI.alrln.'rc'.ulIIl: at Charh-ston' with thaw York, Clutrleaton ana
Telegraihicordcw) attended
:-:Saturday. | promptly to. Savannah Steamer.
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Vmipany'a : for
Key Tina lUilroads for route North, Kat: und fur Paisteiigcr i,. Ivxvursionists and TourNt*
AXU SHEPrr-IRON WARE:, [ on Monday and 'fJmr With :Steamer AV y. w, fi.r |x>inUon the her home 'here without ltufidc'lItall.! -...
1 IOO"'IXHXl: >)> GUTTERING I 1:1 "grand; and alligator* and ntlur
> A-anncu"" River, na Thursday at H n. m. and reason. I 'hereby warn all) jn-r"n from ; PASSEXGER;. ACCOM MO- game an abundant.jffr .

PUMIV, 1)JUVJXnU.'i; ETC For information resjiwtinj; route, rates, crediting naid I AxxC: L. Jloaeix, or any othereoon DAT JONS, ; Father: lI( the above Steaiuerun: t*

A large stk of Sloven hand. Give etc., apply to i in my name, at I hall not pay any Through; Ticket* and Stateroom tIt'C.'urt'tl l churtcre: l for excursion! ,partic. &t.t any time
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compare my prices those of Gen'l Ticket
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1. A i>n i r. .n:8TINa. "Dear me-how tiresome! to be sure you, Udl-I cannot dear" would be wiser to return to England, and dreamlkeo! fortunate ? A heavy load was

Can't you recollect who in the carriage hada Hellc looked lip hopefully, her !sweet eyes amid hCl1eI'ene\ !! and friendships to try at y breast ; and, tomake m'lla1-
J'ortmantclI\1like yours?" glancing through their tears like sunshine least to stifle the pain which never left my piness complete(', I learned that
I heard two robin!' singing in the wood constant to me and that I
"There were four passengers! in the carriage on a dewdrop breast. evidently still as
j One April day when I started, but I was awake when Oh, I am sure he will listen! to you, Hob How different were the feelings with which told my story, I had two not only ,1el'pl'III'
1 what understood
Ami Raid heart well
they : my they got out,, and should! therefore, have He must! I lie could not he so unjust-so T again entered thellalifax[ hotel from those terested, but very sympathetic auditor.

': seen them if they had taken my property. wicked I And uncle consents, Guardy i is with which I left it not much more than a I had now very little difficulty pro'inJ
"Oh love That is sweet April through day ; all thebisyday. Then there was a stout gentleman\ got out sure to do so, for he is always guided by year before The steamer! in which I was my position in the eyes of Mr. ;
somewhere.." him. to sail was! not yet due ; and I had two daysIn one week after my arrival England I was

Oh time love; is true Winter and in May time !I" Where ?" So we talked on joyfully, planning un- which to (prowl over the wooden pavements again in the presence of Mr. McDonald,
\ "Change here for Wharton," I mutteredmechanically heard-of happiness for the future and throwing and visit the nooks and corners of though with somewhat different sensationsfrom
Hut then know the hour
you was 1.'o1y'splaytime care to the winds. However, the best that hospitable, half-English capital of the those which had kept me company in

.' Harry gave me a startled look, as if doubting laid schemes of mice and men" etc. Iliac Noses the inhospitable drawing-roonl of the Ell
April day.And my sanity, and proposed that we should I Never was the truth of this dreary aphorism When the City 0./ Dublin was fairly off and HollSCi!
to the table to which I readily Il reell. proved of the' stunned her "Sir said Mr. Itudd to the redoubtable
I, to keep in tune the merry birds go tca- more completely\ by any sentiment was partly by excruciating ,
That April day, During the discussion! of that very sub luckless! sons of men than myself, Robert screw, and I had had time to become Scotchman, ermit me to present you to

Sang with them thoughtlessly some foolish f'tantlalnH'III, we CI ailll'dracl'.IIIIY' journey, Thornton, when presented myself next day friendly with her amiable captain and officers my very good friend, Robert Thornton.
j words arriving at the conclusion that it must have at Elm House. I waited with some trepidation I felt better. The certainty that here at Sever was man more t thoroughly taken

i 'Twas April day ; been the stout man who took my portmanteau. in a pretty drawing-room and felt in ?least I could not find! my lost maiden was far aback than he when Hello's guardian presented '

My love I is fair, I could not help Imtchoose no way relieved when the redoubtable un- I less tl'rrible-na, even a relief, after the me to Belle's uncle. For worlds I
\ him ; "I'll make every inquiry as to what station cle" made his. appearance. He was a tall, I wearying suspense! of the last few months., would not have missed seeing his start of

My love is good, I could not hear to lose on the line one has to change for Wharton shrewd-looking Scotchman( with keen gray I "'c were an unusually small party' round amazement or enjoying his mortification at
E I him ; I ," remarked Harrywhich place, by eyes/ and tin unpleasant! habit of compressing the saloon table ; the fair sex were conspicuous his previous mistake. It was my turn to assume -
( :My love fa wise, oh I what could I refuse him the way, I have never heard of," )his I thin lips at any important )part of my by their absence, and the captain, a Jovial the high and mighty now; had I chosen -
This April day ? When I retired for the night, .my first proceeding share in the dialogue. little fat man named Iludd, and I, though ; but I was far too eager to see my dar-
was to examine the portmanteau, :\Ir. Robert Thornton ?" reason, constituted ourselvesa ling Hello to do more than to shake warmlythe

J Yet, should! ho hear me sing, let him beware with a ,'icto discover its owner; but in That is my name, sir." Here I came to friendly trio We used! to assemble! in the proffered hand and accept gratefully his

this I was disappointed.: It was spick and\ a dead pause! as the carefully-prepared captain's cabin after it grew dark, and refresh ; half satirical congratulations.
'Tis April day: ; new and nail for nail like mine ; so I speech, which had cost me many wakeful ourselves! with crognnd cigars Of'' I found Hello as sweet and pretty as ever,
And if I nay I love him,' have no care- i shin, and ioek,1 it in disgust, and it appeared hours, oozed with my courage from Ill)' finger many interesting conversations I will recall but pale and thin ; the separation had told!
'Tis April day to me afterward in the form of a IIlg Itmure. ends: one,-a, of importance to the elucidation of even on my little bird. But nil past suffering -

y The token that he sends-oh, yes, I kiss it ; You asked for me, I believe? I'ratake- my tale, and showing how fate docs: give was now forgotten, or served only I to
i 1 I And if he sends it not I sorely miss it ; I, "If the gentleman traveling on the 5th a seat, sir." strange throws to the dice occasionally."I heighten the present joy.

Hut promise, song or kiss: now pray what is inst. from Yowdon Wharton, who took, Yes, :Mr. McDonald, I did.. I hardly I have lost a carpet-bag," said the captain I made clear to both uncle and guardian
": j It by mistake, a portmanteau, will apply to It. know how to begin my story." with an air vexation. )t's a queer that my future was a bright one, so fur as
....'j', On April day I ?" C. T., he will receive his own property in ex I hesitated, feeling the color mount to the thing to have aboard ship ; but it was handy appearances and probabilities went, and
I chan e. "'ren'sei't.! llenn." roots of mv hair, mid- rniionimm- rif I llir stir. and I can't think what I have done with very /soon after our second meeting Hello became
_1- ;t Singing and laughing through the wood I For many days this advertisement! appeared prised! look that\ : the gentleman; fixed( upon l it." Mrs Hob Thornton, to the satisfactionof

i came in the Ti'mrt, but it elicited no an- mo at seeing;; my embarrassment.!' "Anything valuable inside?" nil parties! especially those most nearly
I That April day: swer. Other boxes of mine were ('lItlo \me, Chance, I conl nllel1tlelperat'I"Ihrew Nothing much-a letter or two I don't concerned.I .
Until a Hear, strong! voice sang hack again : so that I no longer lH'p.lelltotre11I1i! : on my me in the path of your lovely niece, and I care to lose. Hut where can it have gone ? have only to add that m wife and I
j "Oh, April day I host's wardrobe ; and, save for the loss of have come to ask you to sanction our future It must have been taken by somebody, and spent our next Christmas at )Wren's Nest,
This girl of smiles!r : and tears: ,this little rover, the dressing-case! I was not much the poorer knowledge of each other. I can prove to you yet I can't think that either." and that we both most gratefully appreciate I
I With )pleasant jesting does: her heart discover for the vexatious: occurrence, which might my respectability I am not rich." Tlllking of lost property," said the little Jenkins' delicate compliment in crowning
j Thy mirth is! wisdom: ; I her happy lover ; have been so serious to both parties.! Here I (entered into a dl'tailellll'O\lIIt of fat man, my bruther-in-las' has been pretty the dessert table at that festive season with a

Thou, April-May.: Moreover, all our inquiries did not help us lilY family and position! during which Mr.\ well ruined by such a loss as yours choice confection which he had significantly
I to discover: where Wharton might be, nor 1\lconllhlpreI'T\'eti! an immovable expression b'omcwherc in England lie took some fool's labeled "Soll'bocy's Portmanteau."-Dublin .
lie clasped my hand, and through the wood did! advertisement relating to George countenance and
any a most discourag portmanteau by mistake for his own, which Uli'crsiy Mayazinc.
y-, f we went Putters loss appear. In fact, had it not been log silence. At the conclusion of my address contained old diplomatic papers of great .
S ;, !1 That April day, for the strange portmanteau staring me in : he_!said : vnliin to their owner. mv. brothers employer. \ -
: ) Singing like rohilHlllI our glad content the face whenever I entered my room 1 Am I to understand, :Mr. Thornton, that It was a foolish thing to carry papers in

$.< That April day should have been' disposed! to regard the you have never held any communication that way ; but he was going out on a Christina -
"':'.' 1 Oh, golden sunshine! and oh, silver raining.! whole affair in the light of a dream. with my niece-that, in fact you are nowsimply visit, and took his work with him.! -r
,. t Oh, earnest jesting, und oh, /sweet complaining Have you ever examined the contentsof wishing to make her acquaintance?" \Nils his name George I'otter1""B

a, : 1 It the portmanteau,;\ Mr. Thorn ton ?" inquired The question was put in, a"calm, businesslike \' Jove! Yes! it is George Potter! Howon
t Two happy hearts stood watching daylight'swaning / :Mrs. Jenkins one day "I I mean, perhaps: tone ; but I felt unable to answer it (earth do you know, Thornton ?"

you might find some clue to its owner by a without bringing undeserved blame upon "I have the papers and the valise"
l r I! TllatAprilllny. letter or paper: of !some ",ort." my innocent little Isabel.: However, evasion You !1" cried Iludd, springing up with
';.; t "Yl':4: ,'' I replied ; "but there is nothing was out of the question, and I therefore replied great excitement and la'lng'iolent handson
:: SO.1UWOIJPS l'OItT..lIA7'BtU there but clothes!: and an old black pocketbook I : collar.

\t;; I ,. containing papers in cipher-a cipher 1 have spoken to her." Quietly my friend," I answered, shakflig' off

't' "Change here for Whartnn I" which would have bullied even Edgar Allen "Frequently ?" his grasp, ; and then I related the story, not
"What+ did he 1 say?" inquired 1 the stout Poe, I fancy. The inquiry was made in a hard, dry tone ; forgetting to lay great stress on the fact of
I gentleman opposite: :waking up. Soon afterward I took leave of my friends, but the cold, gray eyes of the Scotchman my repeatedly advertising.
I repeated t the information. and again m)' Arab instincts called me told. nothing I "I don't understand that at nil. George ar ,

: '. f My corpulent vit-a-vi* rapidly collected his.. abroad, so that the next summer found mo Yes, frequently. I must apologize for advertised too, but somewhat foolishly I and
t loose im/inlimcntd, opened t the door and beat 1 in New Brunswick, just beginning to awake what seems a deception-" I only for the papers, as they were of most
t: ; u hasty retreat to sunshine after tits long winter. I was My hasty remark was cut short by Mr. value. Well, Mr. Thornton, you can stand Ague CureIs l
i! ; Wo had been the only occupants of the staying at a small frame inn in the neighborhood :McDonald rising and ringing the bell), and deliver when wo arrive at Liverpool ;
ti carriage.: It was a cold afternoon in early December ) of Fredcrickton, the establishment being Desire Miss Isabel to come to me at he will be there to meet me."

j and rapidly growing dark ; so, after # named with truly American bombast, once," was the order given when the servant I need hardly say that after that eveningour a purely vegetable bitter and powerful
's ,4 I ,IIrntvinguptintviudosvwith ashiver ofiuin- "The Universal Hotel," albeit it comprised appeared. friendship ripened wonderfully. The tonic, and is: warranted a specify and
glcd impatience\ nnd discomfort: I wrapped only five bed rooms and a coffee room. i Almost instantly Belle obeyed the sum. good little man was excited and joyful! be- certain cure for Fever and, Ague, Chills

myself! in my traveling rug mill nodded My reason for locating myself here was mons.! She came forward neither meekly vond measure in the anticipation of hisbrother's : and Fever, Intermittent or Chil Fever
1, again The nod resolved itself into n decided tho old IItor-1111 affaire ileaeur, nor shyly, but decidedly, and with eyes release from the cloud that had Remittent Fever, ) AJue.
I doze, nnd, in happy unconsciousness! of I was mightily ashamed of myself. Even brimming! with anxious hope She Paused hung over him for nearly two years, and Periodical or Bilious Fever
I[ things't material, I arrived at my destination! now, looking back, I can recall the half indignation between us, listening with her little brown would have insisted upon taking possession malarial disorders. In miasmatic districts

; where the shouting of portersand confusion: / mingled with utter surprise, with hands clasped.together, at was her wont, of the precious valise had I not representedthat the rapid pulse, coated tongue, thirst,
iS ,t_. ... n.oL1-.U.l..r f thu"Y1Irf' /l1''I'IH- which I first became aware of tho fact that while her uncle said : it was then peacefully reposing in Mrs. lassitude, loss: of appetite, pain in the back
'.! ,tt'( ly aroused me. 1 was in love.Without "Where lid und loins, and coldness: of the spine and
UI'CtIr. Thornton
Jcnkin's lumber the
you Harry closet ut Wren'sNest
Having delivered III)' ticket, 1 gathered together a doubt it was somewhat humiliating. HellerHello Henn. extremities, arc only premonitions of

my few effects, consisting of a peculiarly I hud pussed scut bless timid the dark- gave mo a look half perplexed, ImJfIllllil'lIie'ou" When, we landed at Liverpool, after bidding severer symptoms, which terminate in the

natty portmanteau a newspaper, eyed women of I Italy and Spain, escaped ', and wholly comforting, us she a half regretful farewell to the City of and ague paroxysm, succeeded. by high fever
and made out of the Mtnt ion. without heart-throb profuso perspiration.It
my way a tho maidens of answered :
Dublin made direct for the hotel where
J !1 "How[ d've do? How d'yedo? Had to Denmark, und now I was caught, bound "Never mind how our friendship came :\Ir, George, we Potter was awaiting us. is a st3.tn fact, that quinine, arsenic
'j! see you, old fellow !1" cried a hearty voice. heart and /soul, hand and foot, by the witch about, uncle. I guess it growed 1" The energetic HUll hardly waited to and other poisonous minerals, form the
"Just in time, sec-.'here's the !I" of the little basis: of most cf the Fever and Aguo
you trap isle of Prince Not a muscle<< of the man's face relaxed us shake hands before he shouted: the whole "
Releasing myself from the somewhat unceremonious he turned to rte into the bewildered of l'I'eparatiens'Specifics, "Syrups and
story ears brother- "
grasp of frl11II,11II.1 warmly Let me try to paint her-any Helle-if I "Sir, you have at any rate, and on your in-law, almost 1 petrifying' that: worthy with "Tonics, ir the market. Tho preparations
front these
I returning his greeting, I mounted with some can Petite, compact, like II rosebud! \ with o\\n confession, met my niece clandestinely. Lull aZCiilCfl. lade mineral poisons,
1 misgivings t the lofty trap 1 ," nnd wo started l soft, brown hair, and eyes brilliant and loving If you can ever gain an introduction to her In the evening we three sat over a roaring although thoy do arc palatable, and may .
homo not cure, but leave the
for -not my home\ though. perfect eyes, brown as the ,shadow on ails 1 of friend 111
me by means a common we English fire, two of us the happiest people malarial their
\ No; I wus only u wanderer cosmopolitan. the\ deepest tarn in with truth own drug poison in
I ,l shall he happy to make your acquaintance.Until in the worlll." Alas! save only in the consciousness the system, ,
My homo was anywhere-the best hotel beaming; in every winsome glance: ; such a tlH'nr\ Thorn ton, good-bye !" of pleasure conferred I, I felt in no ringing in the ears, headache, tlzzlnes., I
procurable generally ; my domestic: ministering sweet, childlike face'-a face that the sun It is impossible: to describe the sneering way comforted for tho loss of little love other disorders more formidable than the
\. ,spirits were chambermaids, l landladies : had kissed, dying\ the crimson: t cheek with a tone of those few words, or the insult: con mv Isabel. my disease they were intended to cure
p. n l and the form of response most familiar deeper rose: and, leaving his: own warmth by Ids glance, which said, unnlistatkably It appeared that the lost valuable AYEK'S Awn thoroughly eradicates
la to my ears: was: Yes, sir. and brightness! in every dimple ; but thcre-1- "itdvcnhirerI" these noxious
to : poisons from the
only an antiquarian and to such system,
f' 1. It was to Jenkins home 1 was going. HeIm.1 Nho'a'4 the one maiden only to me\ and Oh, uncle, uncle 1" cried Hello imploringly one, a dabbler in bygone political; schemes an and always C'lIrel the severest cases. It

t taken unto himself wife maid also a 11II1I1..r been Her greatest: charm was her I bursting into tears. and machinations George Potter had been' contains no quinine( mineral, or any thing
diMter-hn-law and had IIdlll.lllnwn in the playful innocence, her perfect guilelessness! I dear that could
Jly niece, blandly 1'l'p1l1'llIr. McDonald \ for years a confidential! friend and injure the most delicate pa
town of Ueiin: more than n year before. He added to a nature faithful and loving Hello ) secretary. heat its
i "if this: gentleman be really"cmnptiasizing The: loss of the papers, obtained by much intriguing ; all crowning l'xl'ellnct aLo\'l
i was always: u bluff, hearty fellow lacking/ wits staying, with an uncle, whoso: home was the word="such, and in anyway and hcart-hurning had led. to its certainty to cure, is: the
t doubtless, much of the po'lish; of polite life, the next to "The Universe Hotel," and fit to address. : you, lie can have no difficulty breach in their frll'nl.ohland to final a system as free from disease u before the
( hut also. happily! destitute of artifices or insincerity. therefore I 1111lilY darling nrfrl'lllIt'ntl\'. in 1II1..ting my suggestion. Come, my love!I' parting, with unkind words'\ on the one a :side attack
No t truer fouled friend ever Never mind )how I became acquainted Hy this time the servant had opened the and and sorrowful For Liver Complaints, Ac :
anxiety AVEI'I
breathed 1 than Harry Jenkins ; l bushywhiskered with her ; but I 11i.1.lul1": things are possible door, und 1 was abruptly bowed out by \Ir. f'grl. on Criii:, hy direct action on ali:

blaek-eyed, radical: as he was, nnd Ids to one passionately in love as I was, McDonald, who, taking his niece by the It was: about the advertisements biliary! apparatus, drives out the j poisons
.' welcome, I knew, was sincere inc.i und oh our sweet evening walks by the blue arm, disappeared: into an inner room. said Mr. Guild strange, which! prulul'o these complaints, and stimulates .
"very far
;i i We arrived at the Wren's Not, Jenkins river St. John I did know her strange, so as you
not friends to
,, I beat a 1:1:41n.trt'llt: to my hotel, and taking were concerned, brother. Can recalfthe tiJ'stel a vigorous, healthy
'i# had dubbed! ) |iiix pretty villa, and I very cheer nor dared )Helle present me to them, but that pen und pu'pcr, wrote following mov wording of yours, Mr. Thornton you?" condition.
}: ing indeed was the sight of the open' hall was: a secondary consideration to as then, lug epistle : I I could and We warrant it when taken according to
wrote it down
,It door and the bright light shining down the and wo hl'.ll'tlllttlo sn that we were tOr."dh- "Sm : In our interview of this morning accurately.thought George Potter read the pretty directions.Prepared,

.: I avenue. er. Dusty, low-lying Frcdorickton. .I tho you suggested that should obtain an Introduction and exclaimed : paper
'i 1 Speedily! I found myself in a room, the cathedral and government house, the two of ; to the medium "
.t you through of a I I'C'! I was not to i by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
like of which has not greeted; my for which would! l form the ofone going Whartol-
eye barely; lady-chapel common friend. This, sir, I is utterly imj>os- never heard of such a did
19 i I many a long day-in which the first impression of our magnificent monsters tit homo sible, for the simple reason that I IllIn a perfect put that down, :\Mr Thornton place'hiy 7" you Practical and Analytical Chemists,
was brightness and warmth und oh !
]Hut that
rosy during burning summer thou stranger here-an Englishman, without "You asked me, I remember Lowell! Mass.
and what the
coloring, best of all meet mistress of wast an Eden to me, and the tirl'-tlielllanc- even letters of presentation to But u

t.1 such a \scene a fair Eddish: girl; nut her white imr in the craves: around theo were LrldltwlngL..lll'Il T_ nntrofit_nn_ vim_ _. t.__._ .i.tvi.iwmir. .n __ ._n. anyone.it.wi_.._.."irtti,_.. ...,,...ito for porter Wharton said, and,* and I repeated, as it! = Chanf t :lu.ro' -- -MOLD-- ,- -BT. .MV!. Ditl'+iutsTs EV5RTWaaai.PATENI'S .
t! 1 hand into mine with a welcome less i you immediately potout
1 noisy, : bringing fairy whisper: to my believe mo when I state that I am n gcn- I concluded
; obtained
naturally enough that for inventions
but not 1 less cordial than her husbands love and me! tl"II1UII-lIot you new \
'l rich, it is true, but I am able to were going there." for
Harry then showed me mv room where l'ractlcalh'-how it ,or improvements in oldonf'I.
a was to endVIien increase small income which I
Tl bright tire was burning and I left me to rub the little sou hand no longer rested in mine, confess, is my: at present but -!3dO. frankly "My destination Waiorham ; but the Caveats, Infringements, Trade-Marks
annum and
per names: were f alike all
"; off some of tho signs: of my long journey. and the $sweet muusieulvutcec'iascrl to charmmy sufficiently to account for patent huslnc promptly attended
by writing for thelre:'! Your fair niece and to.
I produced tho key of portmanteau, ear and take 1I.il your mlsal'prehl'lsiO'- then Imagine a IXVI'XTOXS: THAT HAVE HEEX
my possession\ my senses, the hove< other very truly ; but I do not slight ,.
and, unlocking tho article, beheld that whichcauserL question recurred with disgusting monot ask sanction between (doing such" terrible mUchief! HIE may in most cases,.be pat
: me to start back in am Zl'lIIl'nt. Hud you any engagement "And I remember. I added, as the cir by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat-
until know
t E some sorcerer been at work All my neat ony.This' was tho difficulty : My income was you us to (consider you the mutter more of dispassionately ale Hegging cumstances that before recurred vividly to 1'1ild, eat Office, and engaged in PATENT nuslXI -

} traveling arrangement\ were upset, my shirts limited and Hello was rich.., f could not go and kindly, have the honor to be to the you came in I changed'my seat ', :: EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure putI -
and collars soiled evident\ one opposite, and lust have left Plts in less time than those who remote
i were by marks of and solicit her friends to .;lIIl'tlolIII"\ suit yours, uht'tlil'nt"HOIIERT THORNTON." rtmanteau my> I'I from are
1 lp ) where I had been 'WashingtonI'hen ,
wear, und my dressing-case was> represented without probably drawing) on myself the re 1'hlt dispatches| {, I waited for consoling tidings previously.

iS by a large) black pocketbook, which assuredly : I ception\ an adventurer utterly' unprovided which, in due time, arrived, in the was u strange coincidence, though" \ Inventors send model or sketch
t s had not weighed down the i>ockets of with even\ letters of introduction' as I was following form : A'trangerand happier one was waiting we make search in the Patent Office, and
of mine and from this to unfold itself but I knew it not. I sank advise as to its patentability
any garments ill) reason recoiled no lessthan "SiR : Granting; forron"l'nlcl1'cIukl', that into reverie free of chartje.
1 "What's the matter, old fellow ?" Oh if she a Lthe fireside, recalling incident Correspondence confidential
inquired lit) pride. were only fortuneless your statements are true, you will >ermit incident ; fl'C reason-
Harry putting; his head in at tho door <<, my little kale I only' IIl'tfillltr'IIIiI.'I; \, Ill! to inform you that the fact alone of] your while by of the past happy summer, ; antI0 C1IA1MJK: UNLESS PATENT -
}) tln't 1 hear you ('al1l1l1t?" for whom I might sue with the consciousness utterly) inadequate incnuewould my two friends conversed on home IS OBTAINED,
pel me
"Oh,1 here's to he in I" that IllI conlp 1ews. believing me to he asleep We refer by permission to the Post-
say, a |position no !('Ont'I'l'tiOIt'llllll\ att\'n.11I1Y to deelimieany sort of understanding IK.-I WWII "All I City ,
F "Anything wrong with your collars?" he wooing: Hut fate hud decreed otherwise i my niece ami yourself. I must request vou those blissful, thought, "how well I remember master, and to the Superintendent of the
{ asked looking dubiously shoulders and I could but walks by the St. John-those lost-Office Money Order Division Washington
m f over my struggle l vainly against her to consider the mutter as settled. My) niece b in -
at the tumLll..IIIl'1' before us. decree. Of) course 1 hud told Helle. andequally will not l>e of age for four years and she i is., so long bh'sserl-ever g) !evening walks Shall I ever again be i For special rt'ferencc.circular, advice )
My collars Gingerly I lifted andf of she had again look in the soft terms, etc.,
one, course scouted the idea I am glad to say! on the eve of her return and the hand 1''l Iddl
beheld before me, marked neatly on thoI.wk. ol uppcuring but interested and he press of my Dele'' A SNOW tL eo"
my home. I have the honor to be. yours, obediently Belle! said 2-tf ,
f the mime George; Potter." rl} l'. AtKX. McDoxun. I George _Opplatent Office, Washington, DC.
rl Harry" wild! turning t i1 astonished host, "you MV in me a luckless tho intelligence that she bail received a letter myself sation. continuing a strain of(conver FOIl HALE.

1 Ii ., fellow-a man who has robbed a *uttering stating that he could no longer be I watched continually the windows the "Helle? A DWELLING HOUSE CONTAINING t
{ Oh. .
( fellow-creature of perhui hU little all, and spared from home, und that souse day in the Elm: House, but caw nothing of my darling, and \ ;yes she wi be there of nine rooms, wel furnished, ,
i ii therefore doomed to imprisonment." ensuing week her &guardian, 'hu.--e spoilt who was evioll'lIttkf'It pretty t'o"t'lunlll.'r! lur""What; ?" I too wih lot of land tnl8hllc, <

I don't understand at all! Haven't you darling and nominal hlltl"'kl't'IIl'r| 1 she! was inflection. A til't'Cullllt'ttt'r received no re that Helle cried.1'here? Oh, say water, tank capacity hid)nev'r-faing, ,
again and Mr. Ol
taken: some one else's l port manteau in mistake was coming for her. 1'1)-,11\1,1\ one week after my luckier call I must be the McDonald i I, Lar and out buildings, number of orange (
/ Then of court, he's got yours, and We walked silently by the rin'l'iolt'I'uch saw Ut-lf! hurried into n carriage) to return mule Mr. Potter sauteS'herc, if is she? Oh, and ng trees, twenty.fire varieties of roses ;
from appearances\ he has made a good thing occupied with hitter thoughts! ; at tliecpuni- no more. service I have only for the sake of the other flowers and shrubs numerous to -:

hv the exchange# I should nay !" tion, which now seemed inevitable. looked I did\ not know the name of her guardian, Doth of rendered you to-night !1" I menton, For further particulars to apply to ; i

Hi;: -y t'ntiu.'it! !" I cried. 11)' l'OIlS'I-1 down\ at my darling) and taw ..ht* was wec'c nor in what |p.irt i>f Prince EIwanl: Island an astonished lilt'cempatliondregarded and me with ., MIW.; E:, MUHCHpremises ,
.'n'l." i U nesinsl, l end me a collar my dear hag and then, with the resolution which he resided l 1I\\'t'\"t'r.l I traversed the hole Then Mr. Potter somewhat suspicious air ,, the at Old Town.
Jenkins I I ant IK longer the miscreant" 1 had all thi time lain dormant in my heart, of that 11111,1.1I'ahl ', tiresome fragment of "There is answered rather coldly_ ernandum.jna., February 20 188l-3m.
th iu.:ht my.elf.M perhajto unknown t.. myself: had said! : chasms, but in vain. I could not diseoverthc The 8HJ' blight mistake again, sir. 1F1
;S.HMklilv 'l finishing my toilet, descended "Hirdie, I will cull up ">,*__viiur uncle and IIhh'ttthll': in mv lost Isabel. I armed)young with lady I am shaking of has lately JAMES TircicES7"
ito, tilt, parlor and then related the: hUtory tell him alIf\ ho will ji, d t I IMi-'i: t.s sue I Mward! her "nl Mr.\ McDonald, from TTARHOU MASTER

,/ '/ mv misfortune ,to thesyaipthetie! pearly shall still huvc done my hc,.l, and vv.- will|| 1r wit>u ain' autumn ; heart-sick and weary Iril'i herpuanlian.Island. My brolher-in-law 'J:

'it.uka"t.'ltltt! > ears of Mrs. Harry. | think of ->me other plan\ ; but 1 cannot i tu",o 1 Mt that my love was hopele-s. and that it 11'Tl'literally> Was ever Office : Clay's IrugStore. *;

'fIE-. < # JJ"f'tt anything so Outre Street,Fernandina.


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Itcal italr.Foil :! Itallroads.. TnLORIDA CEXTRAL. RAILROAD.; 1-- liolx and Stntlonrrj. For Tampa and Ic'\v 1Vcrl, I

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CARD tlOIXd Wt>T.Ijonve .
IIOUA4'i: IMIKW.Wholesale : .
SAM Tnm Jacksonville! ............ ......... Sl.:I ", .\. M.I f/1,11i1'1 C'O'S MM':,
OF TliliATL.1N'fICil1LPk1V1f I Leave White House..................... S53: : A. M. ami I Retail t
Leave Baldwin ............... ............ !>II::10( A. M I.
++++------ ++ 1XDIA TIL\N- Leave Darbyville............... ........... !ti::55 A. M. ,
++ SIT RAILROAD, Leave Sanderson........................10:10: A, M.lAaveOlustee ]| ) OOICN. NTATIOXFJIY; ,

I A ISIICAUM.: 110'1'1:1: I ..............................I 11:21: t A. M. ) ., \'
PENINSULAR RAILROAD, Ix'avc )(1. Carrie......... ...... ...........11:45: A. at t. And 311'SIC', t I, '"
+:--- ++ ( Hilda Brands) Leave Lake City ..........................12:1: : I'. at I. ; --.
Leave Live Oak......... ......... ......... 2:30:: ) r. at.. 1m!) WI-.ST Bvv T1I1T: wy. tiir3
Situated directly on the Railroad, AX1FERXAXDIXA > U-ave Madison! ......... ......... .............1.1.11': M. THE P
Leave Drifton................... ............0.40 1'. M.
IN : : \ t JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. : Leave Tallahassee ......,................ 8.50: ) r, M. JACKSONVILLE:: :, FLORIDA.lticr : .
Leave Quincy......... ....................10:2S( ::! r, at I. ;
Arrive Cliattahoocheo) River........11:50:: t \\ M.liOIXU ONE: of the !staunch and elegant\ Steamer: ; ,
: ; PARTS OF FLORIDA. the above Line will leave Cedar Key i
In Kffect:( : May Cth", 7.W.r.otxo KVST. every Monday( at 1.00: (p. nm., for i
Leave Cbattahooehee River......... 4311.1.:: W.
For particulars! address! Arrive .: M. .Z-" School nooh14! a Slt'I..U'T t-- Tampa, Manatrc.And. I
Arrive Tallahassee: : ....................... 70::! A. M.
FLORIDA MIRROR, :' SOUTH.Leave Arrive Drifton ............................. !11l.i:: .v. at I. and Orcaii MiiiiltoatN.". llraldcntowii.and i
53-tf: Fernandina, 1'la. Fernandina........ ............... !U10 a.m. Arrive Madison( : ......,...................ll.3o: .\. at t. every Monday and Thursday at I UIf'' ;
Leave Hart's: Road: ...... ................. 51.47 a.m. Arrive Live Oak.................... ...... t 1:10: r. M. \ m. for );
jrO : I.INE-: .
Leave Callahan......... ......... ......... 10..1211.m.: Arrive lake City............. ............ 4:tmmt< r. ai I. 11RG.1N <
TIII: i.'I.OUIHArpOWX Leave Dutton ............ ......... ,........11.22a.m.::! Arrive Mt. C-arrie............... ......... 4'H:: I'. at I. I'uiitu Itawna! and ICrj "'(vst.C .
Leave Brandv Branch .................lt.W: a.m.\ I Arrive Olustee: ..........,......... ......... I.ill': M. <:.L...
IMPROVEMENT; COMPANY. Leave Baldwin ......... ......... .........12.0.1: \p.m. Arrive Sanderson.................. ...... 5:41): r. M.' I ,
Leave Maxville I ...... .....................12.3.1p.m.: : \ Arrive Darhyville............... ......... 0:20: r. 'r'. ( & 'nncctions, made at (Cedar Key with the
Leave Law toy ..............t.............. 1.1:1.TII.: i\ Arrive Baldwin............................ (>::15 r. M. Florida Transit Railroad from and to all
Leave Temple's\ ........ .................. 1.."I!) p.m.Leave Arrive White House.: ......,...... ..... 7:25: I'. M I', Y 1. points North ami West ; at Punta Itn-oa: with
For ii nn dill a Starke ...... .................. ...... l.'M' p.m. Arrive Jacksonville............... ....... 8:00:( iM.. Steamer" (for Fort Myci-s, Fort Ogden, ami
Leave Thurston .......................... 1.5Ip.llI. ('oNNErrtoxs-At: Baldwin with A., (. itW. Pine (lA'vel.Thniugh. i
Town on It. IS. Lice, Leave Waldo.............................. 2..11: I p.m. I. T. 11. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville U S' :U\I, STKAMSIIirSWill Tickets are on safe at Fernan-
Leave Gainesville I :" ......... ............... :t:1O.TH.: ) \ ami Fernandina: and nil points, l : North and e-___-.-_-____ dine Jacksonville. Gainesville; and Cedar .
., .d t'cdar
<< K(') Leavfi Arredondo ............... ......... :ISp.m.L'al West ; nt Lake City for Tallahassee: Albany, Key at greatly 1'l'lhll'c'tll'lllt.!,!, for, all princi t
c Batton................. ...... ...... 4.07p.m. HavnlJllllh.llntl all\ points: North cult West ;; \ leave Cedar Key pllt' points on the Gulf\ ('Ollst.J. f
Leave Archer.............................. ".2H! p.m. at Jacksonville with :St.: Johns River: :Steamers : M. GALP1IIN. (h'II'1t't! i I. l;
Leave Bronson ...... ...... ............... 5.01 p.m. j. s. MCELROY, FOR X 1'\\; otuE'Jmy: : OTHER 13:' Cedar Key, Fla.
1 Leave Otter Creek................. ...... .' .,JO p.m. W. M. DAVIDSON, Master' Transp'n. FRIDAY: ---.-..-
Offers to Lessees! : and Purchasers. : a largo Leave Rosewood! ...... ................... i.lrt(; p.m. :Superintendent.JACKSOXVILLE I t ) :(- S.\V.\XX.\ FERXAXDIXA{ ..
number of the most eligible, and desirable Arrive Cedar Key.............. .........
tarts! suitable for Business: Purposes!, or for GOIX NOUTII. ;, I'ENS.: \('OLA AXI}) AND:
: Ilrl
City or Suburban Residences, 11.11'.11'.
Leave Cedar Key........... ............... 5..10: a.m. On and after Monday May :2! 1881. Trains! EVERY'; : OTHER SATURDAY.PARSOXS : ;."'JACKSONVILLE:: ; : ; );
Leave Rosewood.......................... 11.11111.111. this ,

UPON EASY TERMS. Leave Otter Creek........................ .7.00 -'n-' us on follows: road: will run daily, except Sunday, ........ ............... .......................
Leave Bronson....... ......... ........... 7.42a.m. "t. .t.-.t.TiIIIDITGIl
Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to U-ave Archer............................. $.lli n.ni. WEST. :: ( & HALE, Agents, LINE: --
parties in manufacturing industrial Leave Batton ............ .................. ..:.34 1I.ln. Leave Lake City.........12.30: l'.m..II.(1) a.m. !JM.1t: Cedar Fin. .
engaged: who will erect the or Leave Arredondo ........................ 8.5S a.m. Leave Welborn.........., 1.20:!!) p.I112.00 m. -. __. .. .. Key, -I:................ ......... ................. ......+:-
enterprises' on -- -------- ---
purchased\ substantial improvements property Leave Gainesville:! ........................ !II.J> : ."> a.m. mi'elluuston.! ......!:.:. Ia8p.nl..12Glpnt.: :_: ,

for residence: or in which to conduct their Leave Wnldo. .......................... ..10.30: a.m. Arrive Live Ouk..r..T2.K( \p.m... MALf.OR1"Y( : VI V
business.! Leave Thurston........... ..............10.51 I a.m. Leave Live Oak.......... 2'JO: p.m... 1.10 p.m. I .;
INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS Leave Starke.................... ...... .....11.11 a.m. Leave Custer........ ..... 2.48:! p.m. 2.15p.m.: 1"I.CUnnS'I'RJISIIU.* MM: SI
by exemption for term of from Leave 'fl'11I\\'Ic.s...........................l 1 10.20a.m.( ) .- ISLAND] ) IIOUTE..r! 1
a ;years Leave I.lIwh'.I Leave Ellavillc........... :3.30' : p.m. 1.t

taxation towns.pplyat, ottered by the several cities and Leave; MaxvuMe ...........................12.1!) \p.m.a.m. Leave Madison........... 4.45 p.m. Only lrH Mm lo JV..w York.
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Leave Baldwin'. .. ...... .. ............... 1.10 p.m. Leave Greenville. 5.l;:n \p.m.
tO-Olrice cor. Beach it 7th sts., Fernandina.10tf Leave Brandy Branch..... ............ 1.2S:! (p.m. Leave Aul' ; ((1.10 p.m.Leave (/1111: GEORGIA AND FLORIDA .

Leave Dutton ................. ............ 1.41p.m. ])rfnnll.--:: .ill" ,1, IXLAXD STEAMBOAT CO.
--- --- Leave Callahan........... ............... 2.22 p.m. p.m.
Leave Monticello. .;.... 5.fiO .
Tin: I".CUtln.\ Leave" HII l rt'!'! Road;: .............. ......... 3.25:! p.mv :_ : : p.m.Leave ._ _____ .'w
Arrive Fernandina, ...... ............... 4.00p.m. '7.15 p.m.
) IMMIGRATION COM PA'Y Trains : Leave ('Illiin'!!'. 7.10p.m.
.I L.XIXI daily, except :Sunday.PENINSULAR .. -

OKKKRS: _. ..._-- Arrive '!Tallahassee! ::. 8.25:! p.II---; THE: FIXE! STEAMSHIPS,
Leave'I'alhthasse......... 8.50) p.m.
MO.OOO Acre :: RAILROAD, Leave Midway:: ........... !II.I> :!!( p.m.Ixave 'I'S'I'I.ItX: : T i':x.'s.

Of the most: ( \II'alii' Jranch., )) : Juincy.10.28 p.m. ('.\ I"1'. IIIXES 1 I I AND
Leave 11 It. Pleasant: 11.01. p.m.
. 11'mil(1o.1minctloll................. 2...15 ".11I. Arrive (Cliatta.; .River..7tl.5o. ; ).111. CITY: OF AMAS.. FLORIDA) ) TRANSIT= RAILROAD.: : (
LANDS: IX THE Leave Santa= 1"c..1.18: CAIT. RISK.OXE .
i t :STATE: OK FLORIDA, Leave Hawthorne ....................... 4.05 p.m. TOAll
Leave Lochloosa" : ................ ......... 4.45. p.m. ( Tirerrhry'", /'I1lII'/ltl,I!).. 18"'III'tl"I'/ ') I : of the above Steamers! will\ leave
At only $1.25:! per acre to new :settlers: with Leave Orange) Lake..................... ;.IO 1'.111. Tallahassee\ iUKla.m. for Xew York 'very'1'lutrs. Points. North and Wont! ,

the privilege of !selection in parcels: of 40 Arrive Ocala.............. ................. 7.011> p.m. Leave (Jhattahoochee. .10.10 a.m. day on arrival of IIlh'rllOOItl'IIII1"1 from
acres: or more. These: lands] are located. 011allllaljacl'nt Arrive St. Marks.(_I :. ...._, .,:,:.Ki.35. .: a.m.uoixit Jacksonville( : i amid Cedar Key. ollering comfort unrivaled n delightful .sail.
iOIMl; : NOinil. :
over strictly inland water-course, full of
to the line of the This! line, having no t transfers: \ to make
Leave Ocala...................... ...... ......5.15 a.11m. HAST." between Interesting" scenery.
ATLANTIC GULF AND WEST Leave Orange Lake ............... ...... 7..'t11l.1I1.) Leave Chatta. River.... 4.'toa.m.: The PAI.VCK: Ttr.lli'1.,
INDIA Leave Lochloosi. ; .............. ..... .... S.'EOa.m.: ) Leave! (Chatlahoochee... 4.t:!:> a.m. FERXAXDIXA AND XEW: YORK: ,
TRANSIT( CO.'S R. R., Leave 11W till Irlll......................... M5! a.m. Leave Mt.( Pleasant..... 5.15a.m. FIi0It1UA ,
l Leave :Santa: t Fe........................... !)I...15 a.m. Leave IIII l"')'. 5.52a.m. Oilers! the Captain JOHN FITZ iERAIJ'. I

extendimmgfrutlt FEIINANBiN..ontlie.lt- Arrive 11'aldoJuuetion... .......... 10.Li 11.11I. Leave Midway; ........... 0.11; a.n1.Arrive'I'alluhassce..r. .

(antic, to CEDAR KEY; on the Gulf coast, ____ __u __ : l ; : ..- 7.0::;! ;a.m.l -- BEST: AND I 1 CHEAPEST: : TRANSPORTATION ) AND

thus: affording to the producer cheap, constant FERXAXDIXA: : .t JACKSOXVILLERAILROAD. ( : Leave Tallahassee! $.I H) a.m. TO FLORIDA :SHIPPERS.Vegetables I : : CITY; OF iiitm<: i'/ro.\; ..
and rapid transportation to the be1- .huirl' .
) Leave. ( :< 8. 13: a.m. Captain ---,
: mind Fruits willl'l"'I' special I
markets.The : Leave Lloyd's. IMl.Sa.m.)
care in handling.
\ belt of country traversed by the Transit Leave! Jlnntirelln;;.::.... !").00 a.m. -- Lea'Jacksonville" every toulmyIVcdnes.

R.: R. embraces In K/tct: Mty Gilt, 1881. Leave Drifton............. !U5(' 11,111. PASSENGER! : ( ACCOMMODATIONS- -- :.;, ..\. .m.-.!. davund in Fridav.. Stenmbont. ::\ Exiiress.: ll-I.'i- -: -

(,('a-v;-\itc.nhi: : :=:-:=....1111(1 c t a.ut:--- FIRST-CLASS.I a. (Leave. Fi-rnandiim by Steamer Florida. on

EVERY VARIETY OK SOIL liOIXU SOUTH.Leave Leave. Greenville.. ......... IO.8ia.11l: .. arrival of Train ,
-- -- --
F.rnlllulilla..1 a.m..C 5.0! p.m. Leave \hldisun.: ...........I1.1011IU. -- The traveling public) are offered the mid1vantages Arrive at Savannah every
to be found in the State, a large proportion Leave Hart's Ruad.I: I.13 u.11m..16.1)1: ( p.m. Leave EIIII\.mc......... ...IU: ,,) ))1.11I... n.:11I) 11.11I. of a DIRECT! LINE:, WITHOUTANY day and) :Saturday, 8 1III.. e I

being )peculiarly adapted to the culture of Arrive Jacksonville..12..r p.III.\: 7.05 p.m. Leave l''aster l ::............. 1.2- ::-p.nl... 7..0T. a.m., Pcrnandiiiii( 'II.\ with(jECOlllIl..tioll:: all' .steamboats made for all at Palace Close connection: )4 of mado the at OCEAN Savannah; STEAMSHIP :with

Sfc.Mi-Tuoric.VL= FKUITS and Early Vegetables! .OIXU XOItTH.Ixavc Arrive Live Ouk.......... I.'WI.JII.) .. 7.:11111.11I.: points! on the! :St.: John's Ocklawaha, ami I I! COMPANY Steamships( )' Wednesday and
and The Large, CvinjHict Bodies nf Timber .Jackollvillc.J.OO) a.m. t :3.10! p.m. Leave Live Oak.! : .......... :2.I((IJ) p.m... M.m) U.II. \Indian J Rivers: and. with the Transit Railroad Saturday, for New York.every Also wit ii Boston

make thcso! lands worthy CAKEFVL A'A" Leave Hart's HCIllt.J.J! :i2: n.ut.1.15 p.m. Ll'I"'c foUotoll.:! ........... 2.:12: ))1.11I... M.S.i: 11.11I. at ))0'('rJI 11 III Ii 1111 \for all railroad stations Baltimore and I Philadelphia) steamers, and
AMIXATIOX by manufacturers of LVMIIEU.VXD : Arrive I'ernandina..1o.:. a.m. it ...'iO p.m. !Leave: W..I lIIrll............ a.H: ( )J .tll... B.I4I 11.111. and (;IIIt.lorlllill) in FloridllFHElljT with all rail lines to all ixiint.s North andIVesL

Double'I'raius: daily except Sunday. Arrive i.ake 'ity......... a....) I.llI..II/.III./
NVVAL SToni..s.NE11'. } 11.111. : (
-__.. -. _____.. .h_. ___..._. ._..._. ._ _._.__ AXD) PASSEXiER: RATES For State-Rooms: and I Through Tickets,
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----- -- AS (..oWH IXDIRECT) LIXES. apply' to

CON X ECrlONS..tT ::. ( Tllw'l'lr'J"+ mill ,S'llllrt"lll.) jTrt-Through Rates and Bills! of\ lading 1.("{ (' A .,Id(...'" TonriNt"" Olllccsa 1<<

Purchasing: land from this: company arc furnished FKKXAXIMXA: FL.\., 1.11't' Et.Shirks...........................1..2,05:! 11.111. to all I points.
: with entire free jtatunye on the Transit With New York and Fernandina Steamship IA'ate 1Vukulla.......... ......... .........12.:111\.111.:: ) For passage or further information, apply) ) Jacksonville-Corner of Bay and Ocean
Arrive 'fimllahassee...... ......... tll Streets $/ Augustine Max( 'llUomlield's\
Railroail for family and personal effects Line from New York on Tuesday, at !9 : :: ::::::..1.:.to. pum.I ; / ,
to the station nearest the land purchased.' II. In. or ..do p. m., and for New York on CONNECTION'S.Both R. W. ITTHWH'JJ.WIlI.' ( near the Post-Office\ ; Palatka" O. "{,lit,
Thursday after urri\'lliof afternoon trains. Fernandina. Hughes' }Drug /Store ; Fernandina, KgmontHotel. :
TITLE: COMPLETE, being derived by With Georgia and Florida\ Inland Steam East: : and West: hound trains meet at C. II. MALLORY .t: ('0., .
grant from the United) States lIIu11urdIlL"c boat Company: from :Savannah: daily Live Oak and connect with :2:15: train on Savannah : I'il'rll:! East River, New York. 2: -U1i1111fIElt I i'STAVE:: LEVE: ':,
from the State of Florida. Monday ; turSav'uuuahdaily excel.tNuuduy.except Florida Western: Railroad: for --- _. ---- -- -.. -. -----. Gcu'l) 1'1e"s..Ig't /Sen )Hand Route.J. .

I With Charleston Stea11serfro11s Savannahand Savannah: and AIIIIIII,)'. NCIII.nl1l.: : : % N. (HARRIMAN,
Charleston Passengers! : for Chnttahooehee River Routsconnect ll-'W Munagnr.T. .
CORRESPONDENCE: SOLICITED.Descriptive on Wednesday: and Sunday : t
with steamer I Rebecca: ) : -----
'for Savannah and Charleston Tuesday and Evcringham Tilt: STKVMKKSST. .. )
MVPS and C-HMTMIW mailed on Friday. every Thursday fori aluchleolu, Fla., mid I ; : MARY'S RIVESTKA.1I : :t
: for Columbus' .,----.-- .- ,a
With Steamer Fl m from St. nrV'H River every Saturday Cln., and Eu- s r ----- : lOJIIM.VY.

application. CIIAS. W. LEWIS, Landing* on Wednesday and Friday ; for fjiilu, Ata.CUIlfU'.tlt. ( jon.vs [ g J C-ITY OI.\T | ,p.tCKF/r: C -- "":
with steamer G. nUll IIJlmlllll
St. Mary's River: Landings on Sunday and F
Land Commissioner.Office for ------ .
Wednesday. every Sunday Apalachicola, Fla., and -------
cor. Beach and Seventh Sts. AT CALLAIIIN. every Tuesday for Columbus) and Euiaula

--IK-tf-- .- _. .-. 2.20 To II and, iii.from :Savannah: at 10.45 a. III. and Ala.Connects at Luke City with trains! on the ;J.i4-: _..: ',. -
Store and Tinware. Florida Central Railroad for Jatksonvilleand :
- ---- -- -- -- .- ATI1VLUWIX, FLA., $t. Johns River. JVrnandina and Cedar THK KTKAMEItM
"". I.. STKKKTY, To and from Tallahassee at 12.20 noon Key. WILLIAM O. AMI-IS: ;, FIOHA IL/ IIT11.t ,
and 1.1.$) p. m. General Passenger Agent. Captain RinivRDso.v. Captain -
: :Second; Street, opj>o:.ite the I'oNt-Ofliee, AT t.ii'nulOS.t, rtv., -- -- Fernundln.-i for Ju( knoiivllle
"TII.IIc'II\'I' -
I 4 With Steamer Alpha for all ixjints and U. M. iii: iHNO.\: and Inti-rnutliate land ;*" U.JI.YJoH'JCJoS1.:: : ..
landings on Orange uike, on arrival of Pen ings on the !St. John's River, and Savannah -
and Charleston, at folown
insular Railroiul Train. :
The Flora leaves. Pcriiandina forSt.Mary'i:: (
AT4A.. From Fernandina River l landings every )(ulitiar.rt'tltu'llCluy

With Sta-e Line to and from Bwukl.mc! FOR JACKSONVILLE: AMI' PALATKAO and and'rltla-rt.tllrniJl/Saturday. unIt'1I1)', Thursday

daily except hunduy.Tues.lay. / : : \' WEDNESDAY.From .-** Tho Martha leave Ff-rnandinu for same
Thursday and I Saturday: : from
",tuts Tuesday and
| every Thursday Satur
Ocala and
and Tampa on Monday, Wednesday Fcrnandiim clll returning every Monday( Wdne..djy
and; Friday.Throneli.
I With Steamer Milter to and from Pennaco- IJNDEIIT.IKIIt: : ;.rEVERY: : FRIDAY.- IKIIlN. of Lading

la on Monday and Friday. FIFTH HTFERNANDIXA.: ff.I ..\. Close) ii.ntleiIion/ ( 11 I Ii'It' with Mtiimtrs for1t'1I""vlllc' hy MALLORY'S LINE: of Steamer to 1111
With Steamers C'Union and Mortjun for and Enterjirise; als.with steamers |M>ints on the /St. Mary's.made .

Net Saturday Orleans on from Friday Havana; from New Orleanson BURIAL I ItOltl $. METALLIC: CASES;, for kluwaha River; also at Savannuh ('loJlt (.o..c-Uo.
; and Kt'v'tIt, )(':\ COFFINS AM. CASKETS.Telegraphic : with Mtcariicrx for New York, Philadelphia) with
Friday fur West Havana York Charleston
on ; Key and on .
Saturday. order pronlptlyattenl..1 to. B""tllflllll.1 Hili I Ill.',. .Pllllht eltllrlc' >toii with Savannah Steamer

With }'I'Jri.la.Huvuna -- .. .. "steamer 'for Sew York Philadelphia' Italti-
Mail -
STOVKS;, HEATERS( ;, RANGERS.: ('0Illl3n8Itc'lIlII Steamship \otlvf. more, and with Xortheatcrri t South l urlo- (iOot) .ACCOMMODATION)
) (rs' \V(1talltll'um-- llna Railroad. for route :North East: and for PofH-ngen 1xtitniouistss: ( and TourNf!!!
TIN A.VD SHECT-IROX WAKE, pa on Mondav and Thursday.With }I)' wife, Ax.vi I.. HOUFIX[ having l left W."t. will hind this a very attractive trip, a. tNt
Steamer JcJt'rl'rill', fur: |points on the tier home here without ulHcient eaus+ Is 'grand and alligator and other
HOO"'IXCiXU (UTTERING: Sunrannee River, on Thunxlayi
PI-MI'S, DRIVEX WELLS, }:n'. For inf.rlllatifJll npfting routes( mtcw, crediting) said Axxv L. HWHEIX, oranyolher t'other of the abov" e Stf-amern all 1.i I 1.-
A t.tock N('., apply to i[ erxin, in JII)' name, at I hall not pay any Through Ticket and Stateroom wvnre-1 i bartered for excursion partic at aiiv hue
large Stoves on hand. Give me A. O.'Mi.DOXELL: debt ...iintructed.. and all information funiiohed :
at otlii-e
For further Information
(" r- apj'ly tu
a call, and comiare| my price* with thi'!se of Jen'l 1 Ticket\ and I Paw. Agent. lIuln 11 'aru.l'tuxixhtr Her Centre and "'Hllcllto't.t.. A. U. XQVftC, : A125v2 nt

other houses, here or elsewhere. ._ II t:. Mvsweti., Ht'JI'1 tiul't.:1: I '' ',, I"u., May U. I*/"i. :"'.11 C. .\. SOY--:: : 1 '3. -nIAndfn.; YI"
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I I TI FLORIDA: : ; nitrcial importance of f 1'cnlacola. which, nft HOME TOPICS. groves will average' as many as a thousandin cupicd this place, and had hat'riellol threeof I

nIWI lumber port, leads any port' of the United t It is pleasant to observe the attention given this county, year by year, never falling the mounds! with connecting entrenchments
.. _. .. with the Increased facilities below that number. This have from
States.Ve we
-- ::' --- =- :--: :' :: hope, which it will take to level
&d Wll K.; MA Y n ISftt. of obtaining and shipping lumber soon )by the Florida press to the subject of internal good authority, as! we believe.; Hut the average Hut to efface the work!Ole of the Indians .

,- -- .. --. .. -- to come up to her immense foreign business, improvements. Political matters arc crop of any grove depends! very greatly again.
THE JUDICIAL EXPENSES.We for which we have very great advantages! in almost lost sight of in the earnest advocacy upon, the attention given to it. it will take many 'enl, if not generations .

our line harbor, and greater nearness to foreign I of the material interests! of the State and of It: is, of course, (possible: that many grovesin ; and although this pro-historic city is

w think the Keonmnist weakens! Us pica markets.! their respective: localities.! It I is certainly far that region may average 1,000 year by being occupied, and is fast! being built up bya
for by its arraignment of the judicial We regret that the Ha-ctlf did not !seethe
ti economy
: more profitable to our people and interesting !: year, but we think it probable that those faster race, all they claim hetw'l'I fif1
it bn cd
and that
which It desires
expenses.! The period whole of our answer,
to our readers that should who( made the statement gave guess! work. hundred' and two thousand already, yet, I
we give
F to make a standard for comparison, 1817, its comments! upon an extract found I in our
The in most of it will be number ot''cllr hence
principal attention to the diffusion of reliable groves Orange county arc believe, a
and half'In We believe that it would,
goes back three decades/ a our another paper.
w information in reference to our State and them still young, and can/ hardly be relied before it reaches\ the number that must have
history.! It is akin to an insistance that the have done, us better justice. Of course we in
its varied resources, its climate and advantages. upon to furnish a reliabicaverage. Sixty constituted: the population pre-hKtoric
r coat of the well grown man should cost no were not comparing: the splendid] fleet of .

more I than the jacket of the boy. At the period ships! III Pensacola harbor) with t the muchsmaller !. We must, however, guard against! a thousand oranges per acre, averaging sixty tine!!. 1 "
too high coloring. It is: one thing to111)' trees to the acre, is an immense crop. Can CKPVR KKY: May 7, ts$1
refers list
to which the hardly tiny but quite respectable our
the statement be verified statement of actual
population existed south of Alaohua county.Tho own, but simply referred,I to t the tonnage: entered that an orange grove, III good) condition, '
Marion with full-bearing trees, fifteen or twentyyears shipments
now populous county of had in our lnrt.
k. old. in fa'oruhleleaSOIl be iiI.. Porter, in Farmer's Monthly, estimates answer to the allegation of the Mirror,
but inhabitants Putnam formed, is that later date of may expected -
: few ; county It; quite probable comparison alone of the
trees! at fifteen old will produce that the J-konomist! complained
apart of St. Johns ; Volusiuund( Orangehad) / on the data of strictly ocean tonnage to produce, $MOO to $1O) per acre, ,. years salaries in the executive department, we replied -

hardly any populatloll.II] IHlllnh'r, would now place Pensacola in advance of provided the fruit can be !sold to nctt $2 or 500 to the tree. there is! not one of the departmentsexecutive -

Hcrnando, etc., were barely known and, our own port in tonnage. upward per hundred ; and misleading thingto .1 judicial or legislative which
A niE-tllSTORIC CITY. should not be reduction of
formcil, a part of other counties.Ve append We take much pride in the prosperity! of say that orange groves! in Florida, as soon there least one-half, in our 1 opinion two-thirds eXl'elf'ut ,
To the Editor the Mirror !
v a table of population of some counties in our State /and, all of its ports: cities! and as they arrive at bearing age, maybe expected of : bringing them down to the old standards."

; l ,4) ntHt iSO : towns ; we rejoice In the growth and advancement to )'ieltlun annual income of $1,000 (per It is very much the fashion now to write The Mirror quotes the above sentence and

V 1850.\ 18SO.\ of Pensacola\ and have 110 rivalries year, and, so of other productions. It is safer and talk about pre-historicand extinct races deduces the conclusion that the Economist is

Marion......"........ ......", :3.338: : 1 3.000Orange ) ,I jealousies i towards: her but on I the and better to place moderate and low estimate !: of men ; especially! of an extinct race of in favor of bringing down the !salaries: of the
or und to
.1'X' 1 (',1X! > I rnound builders. judges to :$ .2,1( or $833; goes on argue
I::; 1 lO.'xio! contrary, we have great pleasure in frequently upon product of our groves, gardens against such COIWIY.
Monroe. ... :2,015 but in (
Now the writer is not a scientist ,
Humtcr <'','ooo ) noticing the evidences! of her onward : and fields, and to always add that good 0>ir readers can hardly have forgotten how

I. l'olk :3,150 culture, good care and good judgment arc his humble opinion, we might as well 'talk we proposed to redu'e.thue trpcusn in thejudicial

\ I (Putnam. (087 j (\,2)) progress..JUDICIAL requisite to produce of kind here of an extinct race of castle builders of Europe departuumctmt.Ve have stated, it too'
crop any
the'old standards
.!1'I; often It i is by going back to :
(Levy. or of pyramid and obelisk: builders of
SALARIES.The well elsewhere. Florida is
as as
I a new country ; it is by'dispensing with at 1 least one-
: We had then twenty-eight counties ; we Eronomittotthe: 7th says : t ; has! many of the disadvantages: and Egypt. I (tliink it more reasonable to suppose half of the judges and making the salaries of

The population of !' the present races to be to a great cx- the remainder what it was; originally, $2-:
have now thirty-nine. The Florida Mirror asserts! that our present drawbacks) new countries, but industry, "
I It i is salaries :JOUO for each of the three tent descendants of former Although 000.) This, with a reduction of the lumber
the State was then ((1850)( ) s7,415. now j judicial $ perseverance and, pluck will meet a fair and races.! the
\ counties which /.Supreme: Court j judges,$3,500::; ) for each: of seven in the solicitors: to correspond with proposed -
probably :300,000.) ( The conHlilute Circuit Court judges! annum, arc not generous reward.As some are rapidly advancing knowledge, reduction in circuits, and the reduction -
:' I the Sixth and' Seventh Judicial: Circuits too high, to use its own language, "not to localities, it i is! absurd for one sectionto yet we find that many have rctrogaded in of their salaries to the old standards,"

: i I had no population to speak of, except above the judicial salaries paid III any of our unduly I exalt it/lelfl1t the expense of an science and art and frequently customs, would reduce the expenses of the judiciary

: Monroe and Hillsborough. The cost of Ii r- Southern states." Let us see how correct other. There will always! be found arts and sciences have been lost in the course twothird.Let us see :
this statement III.'e open the "Almanac compensations Five judges $:!,OOO salary, each. .$10,000
lug was! much less then than now and the which balance and of time. So as to the use!' and occupation of "
and Treasury o.f Facts, edited by Huincs- advantages Five solicitors, $200 salary, each...... 1,000)
I salaries now paid, $2,500 hardly equal in worth 11. Spoflbrd, Librarian of Congress! and these should be fairly admit, the mounds by the Indians.

I value to the $2,000 of tRill The solicitors (standard authority, as we suppose! ,) at pages ted. lieu lands: are not, as a rule, as healthy When Ilcrnando de Soto landed. in Kspi- Total...................".........""...$11,01()

were paid by fees, their salaries! being nonilnnl' 178 a/llliI.! There we find the salary of the as: poor lands. The poorer lands: must be ritu Santo: or Tampa Day, he found the The present' salaries in the judicial department

? chief justice ami two associate justices!! of king, or Indian chief, living on a high as shown by t the last appropriation
fertilized but if in the of very
Florida as! stated by the Mirror, $3,000: ( cach.We vicinity any water .
The Economist in order to save the!salaries mound and, if I mistake! not, in his march act arc $37,713.So
find on the same pages the salary! / of the or rail transportation they may be, in that by the proposed change it would

1 qf three Supreme VlIrtJlldge proposes! togo chief justice and two associate! justices ofOl'orA'fll the long run, advantageous! ) for settlement through the Southern states to the Mississippi nor require the reduction of salaries of

4 buck to the plan of having 'the circuit, $:?,500( ('uch. as the more fertile, but perhaps less convenient with his thousand steel-clad. cavaliers, judges to cither $1,250 or to $833. to reduce

judges also constitute! the Supreme Court. Referring to the authority given by theEconnmift and less healthy hammock )lands. Less he found the powerful chiefs: had their the expenses of the judiciary two-thirds. All
we find! on 175. "( eorgiaSupreme that would be wanted is to go back to the
$ that with mounds. That the Indiansof
The Economist apparently forgets lodges on high
capital and less time i is required to settle on .old standards," by dispciibi'ig with a separate -
I two courts n year in each county its! live Court ; Hiram Warner, Chief Justice !- the pine I lands, so all classes can\ be accommodated Florida and of other Southern states! were Supreme Court until we arc able to

judges! would each average, holding sixteen ; Logan K. IMichley, Turner Jackson! Associate -the capitalist with the fertile hammock the true mound builders, i is further evidenced afford one, leaving the circuit judges to constitute -

terms! of court per annum, and could have Justices ; term, eight years! salary, lands, and the man of smaller means by the fact of their containing the same implements the court of appeals, for which we
have had abundant precedents, the highest
..r.io<) each not } the Kcmmmht bus !
( floo, as /
110 time to perform the additional duties! of pottery, etc., that were used by
I with the pine lands. They will all well repay of all in the judiciary system of the Federal
Court it. North Carolina the fkwiomist states! correctly : the late Indian That occasional skullis tho fathers of
hearing appellate canes! as a care and cultivation. an government as established by "
; from seventy-eight annual terms: of t the circuit at $2,500:? for its: three :Supreme: Court I found indicating a lower grade of humanity the republic ; make the salary of the circuit '

the :rouonsl'sfr j judges; I.oulllillIlchief justice, $7,500! () and I is in importance judges what it was through the whole! history -
I t court! According to now THEY:: MANAGE ELECTIONS the writer's opinion, of no -
associate justices, $:!,tH:>O (if correctly given i of the State up to the war, and make that
I own ratio of expenses! the judicial salariesaggregating IiVA'Bir JKKSEr.Mr. as opposed to this. The Indians of the solicitors! what it was originally.

e I' $.17,713 to a population, by the in the almanac,) making $!),5dO' for the three : Frye and other Republican senators: advanced probably from lower types.'ithx Our judicial organization consistedof

of ) is against: $!),000) for the three Florida Supreme this will four circuits! and fourjuelges. salary each.
census of 1880, :287,000, no greater than in the recent debates in the Senate have had long preface we now conic to our

$11,000( to the population of $it101'\ 18r\ /(). Court judges. much to to the of Southern pre-hUtoric city. Its: location is Cedar Key. $2.000; four solicitors. salary each, $200. Wi 1
say disparagement) such salaries\ give us good judges and :1 Considering! the rapidly I increasing: population To controvert the .J/S/ror'! statement that\ The ofa dozen or more islands known
I : : elections, their fairness! and their modes. group tent solicitors? The great orator Virginia

of the State we do not believe any diminution : the present judicial salaries, $3,000: ) for Supreme Several of the !senators from the Southern as Cedar Keys, were covered with evergreen said on a memorable occasion we can onh-
I' Court: judges: and $2..">0() for (Circuit judge the future by the past. And we ask
:!; of judicial salaries of circuit judges! trees, when, in 1839, Depot Key was first
and J.'lorilta
senator (
states notably, our what better rule is there judging it ? Let
would bo! advisable, nor ill) we believe that Court judges!, are not above the judicial salaries occupied by the troops in the Scminolc war.
I Call d chosen lithe
: ha'e"err ably m skilfully turned the us!: see, then, who were the judges! /
l" '! it would bo possible for the circuit judges: to paid III ,lIlIr of our Southern !states, the tables t their I assailants 1 t the Were it not for the fact that cedar was one ,let/Mature to constitute our first circuit
on by production
pj add to their own proper duties: those of f the Econamitt is i only able to bring up North of the most: common, and that since these and Supreme Court bench., They were

Supreme Court, leaving out of view the increasing Carolina and we must admit has! found one of Northern methods: and election devices.! islands: have become the great centre of'' Judge Hronson, Judge Marvin, Judge Haltzell .
That in any -contestt'lll'll'ction corruptpractices and Judge Hnwkinl.Ne!: these notable
work devolving them at Southern state where the Supreme Court cedar for the world's it would
Ii' : upon supply pencils judges? Where now could we go for
by unscrupulous: partisans are employed -
j judges get $.'ion) each less than in Florida.
chambers In chancery causes.Wu : !: seem some name to designate the largest ab. their Mtlwriol'en if there were 1 salary
( is no !secret. We find in a recent
agree with the AVonouifrt that the pay On the other hand, we find every otficr original city of Florida would have been not of two thousand but of ten thousand
number of a New Urunswick Republican dollars to offer? Judge Hronson!, was soon
\ of the legislature should, be reduced, not to Southern state/ giving larger salaries to their more appropriate, for these islands exhibit
account of the in which Republican transferred to the United States: District)
per way -
: but to $1 t and their number reduced !. Supreme Court judges-in Kentucky, $.),OO( ; evidence of and dense Indian
\ I $3, per day, faction got the better of another in a greater more Court for the whole State of Florida) receiving -
to about sixty-twenty senators: and Alabama, $1,000 ; Tennessee, $1,000$ () ) ) ; South population than any other known or no increase salary, to bo succeeded by '

I I forty rl'prl'Scntatlvei-lutting, : some of the Carolina chief justice. $1,000 associate a charter election, which is worth reading as heard of by the writer. All of the islands Judge Thomas! Douglass, equally eminent
showing the inner-working of politics III for his the United
: 1 J smaller counties together on thii! basis of judges and circuit judges;, $3,500: ; Texas, that were high enough were occupied by States Court for Stillatl'rhl'1 I
Northern cities and is probably a fair Southcr was created
p population $3,500: () ; Arkansas: $3,501): ( ; (jcnr ill, :$!-Jr/lO: ; Pie of such elections in that region them and have mounds but their chief city Judge Marvin( was mate its judge, and t

\ I The increase of circuits follows! necessarily Mississippi, $:I.\IHI.< Sit: t that it appears: !: | : was where the town of Cedar Key is now though mitt succeeded by his equal, he was
Less than three-fourths of the
that of all the :Southern: states North It'gal'otl'fj! succeeded by such judges ns Muckrue, Lancaster
'I. j from liecounlil 1I. and sparsencss) of I'III'UInLlolI took part in I the election. The members of building Lii). In an area of forty acres here area and King, the ablest lawyers! in that

in the new counties: of large territorial Carolina alone l'arI'IlIIulll'r: salaries!j the so-called citizens'! {party were the most: dozen large mounds, from twenty to thirty circuit. .

: : extent. to her Supreme Court judges), than "Florida, active ones engaged III the election, and feet high. Two of them, if not more, were burial The f"uroHcitor!'! were (Caraway Smith,

.i.r, while every other state named: pays considerably worked with a determination worthy abetter mounds, and are full of bones. One was T. J. Heir, Felix Livingston und R. F.Hrantley. .
cause. They are charged{ by the poll- The first three we know to have
e PEXSACOLA AM FEHXAXDIX.l. higher, und the list: sustains: the essence j
the council dance mound and those in
workers with having used enormous sums: of or : been men of competent ability. As to the t
J 5 i The Mirror some weeks since in noticing of the Mirror' :statement that thesalaries :! : money, especially in t the second and sixth:t front, or nearest the water, were evidently fourth, Mr. Hrantley, we are unable to:speak,

I : the Increased shipments! of lumber from our of our judges! were not higher than In wards, and with having paid for votes anywhere mounds of principal chiefs, as in them are but presume that he was.We !

(port !said, With the hlcrl'alillglll'I1IUIII!: ) and other, Southern States. for them from-especially five to twentv-tlve for S'cilson dollars and I Fitzgerald each- the pieces: of broken pottery, the heaps of these salaries have not.tho we could slightest obtain doubt the services that with of J 1

production of lumber in Fast: : Florida, we Till MISSISSIPPI GRA1X TRADE.The -and the result shows that this must ashes: and fish and animal bones, showing five judges and five solicitors : the judgessuch !: r

; may expect} to equal t thu figures! of our enterprising have: been the case, us there is more purl'has- that on them they had their feasts; and theirlodges. men as Maxwell. Walker, Yunn, lInker \
board of trade of New York city reports able material in those wards than elsewhere!
: and Dawkins and the solicitors if
sister i j\.ntlll the West before manyyears. !: The writer isliavimugone !side of one ; not \
that port as full of shipping, a greater in the city, and the men elected do not, in the men now in office, five others equally ,
'j. The tonnage! of our port already surpasses any sense!: represent the political character of the mounds cut down, having the shells :
of which vessels nt competent.
are grain
part : presentunable :
d: : that of Pensucolu." of the voters (them. Under ordinary circumstances screened out for building purposes!' and saving To the executive department we would :,

Hi / ( Nothing was: further from'our purpose ) to obtain cargoes, while at New Orleans : the second ward is good for atleast the soil which is: largely bones and apply the sale pruning process, reducing ;

t the report continues: "thereare t more seventy-live Republican majority andthn the number of its officers not so much linttheir
than to depreciate the of l'e' ashes for In this !
commerce hvqe. sixth anywhere from two hundred and fertilizing purposes.! op'rIltioU
\ loading for Kuropcun: ports than tiro loading salaries: more than that proposed fur
i cola which we supposed everybody knew here fifty to four? hundred Ul'mocratic.nc1 vet he has saved some of the pieces of pottery the judges. : quite as well lit for
ami aunt vesselsuro \1 th41
steamships sailing
t i' : wan fur in the I lead I of any other Florida I Neilson (Dem.) has two hundred and fifty.tive that were ornamented, some implements executive ofiiees, from the Governor down,
almost daily leaving this ill ballastfor in the second ward and Fitzgerald
: ; I port, and in the article of lumber probably port majority: !! of stone and bone, a pipe; a true Celt as those who now ti them could be, and '
I New Orleans to obtain cargoes. The Iti'p.) has: a small majority in the were to t them in time for :
procured past
greater than any other i port in thu United Democratic sixth I In the second ward there or stone hatchet, and, what he thinks most ,
the old salaries. We
M cause of this, the report doclurcs: is to bo only believe that
: States.: We presumed that our readers would are about two hundred colored rotert, and utontthi 'I curious ram's horn,indkating the presence such cannot: a wi{ obtained for the

ll know what \\e meant by referring to the found in the high mil road rates kept up by >/ >e are at all (time ready to tell out to the of Wild) sheep in Florida in past ages. One same I'I compensation when the ell'ort shall "I.

I the pooling system. The committee say that Wijhett bi.ldt'r111 they are repotted tu have have been made and shall have failed.So.
II'our which is simply the is convinced hero that the Indians used almost "
i f tonnage ( port, aggregate : -
nld themselce AWfco/i alinott in mild bud .
a ,'"
the present railroad polIcy, If persisted in, 'I too, of the legislature. Its !
t\\ I tonnage of all vessels: entering the Three-fourths of the voters in the sixth every living thing for food. That is! should be ) not IIIIlcr; !
will result in decline of the r.ICI.l-wt ":i\- .
'i port. Tho amount of this: tonnage shows a permanent ward! are foreign-horn, and are nearly always seen, however, in other parts of Florida. t'lnridian; -in; regard; toUadsdcn wit; ;t ''; county;;; ;jt.taxes f r
commercial of that auulreconsuneuni I In the market election di1'hl' 1
\ i the use which is made for commercial purposes supremacy on Repubicans They used the fresh water clam, and snails 130 per cent., nor even IOu) per cent.'for this: .
(that U the genuine ones) had no f
the enactment of a law prohibiting ; would leave without
us legislators but
E of a (tort, and we, of course expected: ; to oiler for votes, und were not gen periwinkles: on the interior rivers, and any ,
: and the of money I will cent. one-half.
tooling charging a rl'utcrfull' per or reduc
'I r\ the Utizettt, the exponent of an important ('rally''l'r)' active at the polls.) We did not in many places the land at their towns is: lug and their I
for short haul than for long haul. on-laif. (iavFelix
t I r commercial ]port, to so understand it. Our learof the Democrat using much money ut covered with the shells. Here they had an $<5 a day to was: and I
111 r. Conkling in ids great "edt in New the polls. \
t t reference und purpose wus to Mute as a matter ie _ _ _ _. immense variety of food, the channels should be now, $3 a day, with 1 corrrsitonil. I
rl York, last fall, ridiculed the !idea of the :Mississippi ingreduction[ in the pay officers and for
of gratulution. and an evidence of thecommercial with ll h the sand bars f
I \ an o n.ta a 11IJ WI.U swarming;: > with) legislative the
comjK'ting with the railroad- in carrying printing expenses: of the leg
Importance value of the entrance clams of several kinds the bayous and bays islature could be brought down more than
grain. Thcol'ka South f'litrida Citizen, in no
to our bar harltor, that the tonnage \ around full of oysters, the air alive with two-thirds.

entering here even exceeded that of i'vn"a.I SEXATE COATUMI.1170.VS. icing our article on orange growing, and the I birds, and the forests near here with game The Mirror, we are glad to see. agrees with
4 prevalent exaggeration as to the areraytTOduct us that the legislature is
large and
cola the extent: anti value of, whose of till kinds. We to
I commerce Tho Senate on the llth int. continued can imagine what an Indian that the number of circuits
of in which lie
trees: proves, we may
:: I'tr i} wus well known. The Omette, noticing John JJ. Stickney, J:sit., us Pllih'tll"tnh'8IJi"- placed at orange about 700 one with another, iviradise it must have been. Standing: too large but excuses this in part oii the I

i J our statement, culled upon us to siiftuin tr t't attorney for the Northern District: of year on one of the high mounds overlooking the ground of .the sparsely settled character of

t 11 our'statement "that the tannage of our portexceeded Florida. Mr. Stickney's nomination, we believe says : from Gulf through the ouU-r group in various directions i- 1;portion have to of our State. In reply to whichwe !
The foregoing article is copied our we arc not aware of
'. that of Pensacolu" to which we hiu been three t times before theSenate. : respected' l'olltl'ml'urun] of the Fernandina one may imagine the waters dotted the fact that. an)' portion of our State" i ;

,: replied as follows: and thrice rejected. His continuation is: to lie Mirror, and we accept his estimates as fairly with hundreds of canoes returning ]loaded more sparsely! settled now than it was when! ,

'I'fl r < Our re!i>ectod) contemimrary of the regretted if Mr. Stickney is to pursue the 1"litkal '>- representing orange growing in hw region of with fish, clams, oysters, conchs, etc., and the circuits were only five, or t"'ln earlier, t
i coUi Gazette expresses! iris: lI I't.n.u-1 the :State. It is but natural that he should )land the when they were but four. While-we are
which the last after they bending under
: l "; our statement that the tonnugeof \' prosecutions for year I refer to Orange county in writing on the squaws well aware that the facilities c.f travel have -
: I t na exceeded that of Pensacola, and. challenges have been annoying I : our citizens, and which subject of orange growing und equally us their loads! going up the mounds: of their respective increased, and the cost thereof has dimin F ',

J. us to the proof. We hud in view when seem to )have had no foundation but the I Ignomnceor I natural that his estimates of that crop should chieN: and the big feasts. that follow. ished in every portion of the State since the ,

11.1 i-t penning the aragraph the nth"did statement malice would-l_'serviceable colored apply nearer home : at the same time the Forty year ago their council, or dunce increase_in the number of the circuits !
I tor the ending June. 187" !) : I. siily-'vt U "Me of no little ditHculty as to timeiIe'rue Jciosie; ,.
1'1 year entered! witnetc" On) the contrary, If the otti- ".Iill"- of this indii..trv whether in I circle of about eighty feet in diameter, was
I i t l'\'rnanllina'nos'lt.I... .III II\-\"t.-'" entered.? :\\II! eert oCt the United I:State: court dot)heir simple) I Orange; ur,1': >':11I mnnl.n. .,l we are in- yet smooth and level, und without a bush, The May umber of Iarjra i h of even

..... .... plain) duty no one will tind fault with clinol t |u the opinion\ of "r isiitcuLiporarviii although large trees und a thicket were on more than usual excellence.
diI l'\'ruu'lIft-t'II; !: .111 ve rut ..til!!' of hU *'init" ; e ecially l do ; The articles on ;
: & l\'u.'Ia."du-WIi. .n "..... .lIt....... ........1I ".31i.' I 1 It is when they become partisan: ,tht"I1.// we opKK many[ u< MI K-f\prc!i ahe dotextravagant the fides uf the mound. The late tribes: must George Eliot: and Carlyle are very valuable I i

.' VWM-U, otlcer! nf the .law. that nd have kept up the use of the dance mound if
gf, ( \t.' aIM the numhvr of entered : public s> < statement 1',1' ,'alll'tor a grove depends: and well illustrated. Jf the jmrtraits of Car
't at S:. JLiryx. which! !.. virtually the same IL I Iiw.rt tion i it ;Inu-,1. in large m>*::iMir<< iimn the locality, richness II") ..tht'r. Their truiluH'rtludntt'riuri..landli lyle and) Mrs. i
number of \'t'll'>> .I.I'I\-, I I .. .il and the manner of ii i (r.i were selected ai illustra- 4
and entrains. thu ( Jul I t< Pardvthu.lHvu.oitiiini. .<.! .-.Ju 1 Lrv lOr li! n five > to the mahalan.1I..1h"11 to be plainly seen, of
I p lentl far "t'ltr endm* June 3U, 1$jU. w"' .. i l I', : | t"Iah'ali"lI.'n; hundred as an average toni conspicuous ugllne they could not I
t toimage Mi NUW, :;'7t1; I of th! Firth Cirvuit illlluCl'ur Jud;.' '.\* "' 1'". I t > t.'Mtnt: per year, (it a fair estimate a J the roots: worn, etc. well be 111119t! Hut'lJerc'e KIM: -

( \\V tUf: not Imeti'Lto! tIe1.rt.dttLthe ,'u.m.oa. promoted! to the$uprvnie C >urt. i number of iiitaiicet: but many ftrst..las.& During- the lat war the Tnion troops oc- i Carlyle atl.nl to be not 1III..umt.' 1111. ,



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dOI1RN.t1. and support the superior soil, Under which Quarantine Xolleo.OFFICK I .._{ 'ns: -I-; ;
KKPT II Y the prodigious sulphureous ami saline faun : or POUT Pnypirt. i AND BlTtl.Ul.n.\I : \ : KY.FROM l
JOHN IKnTKVM OK }'III 1.\OEI.I'lIf.\, tains run, which are continually fed by the ST. :\LItn..\., :May 1st, isrft.OX 1. umwr
and after the above date (Unless+ otherwise Alachua Street between Second and Third, I FISH SCALK:
IJotanlstto 1Ii is :Majesty slowing settling of rainwater.Mh. i Instructed) the following\ regulations i r

for the Florida; Clear fine morning; thermometer II. will be strictly enforced : FF.RNANDIN'A( FLA.
tros wind wet by north Uowed by much reedy Pilots will in all cases! Irfnre; "boarding,, Orders and estimates: from distance: carefully SKA: IJKAN: SKASHF.LL, I'lt'.11.M
make to the sanitary condition; attended to. :2o-tf
Inquiry as
A from St.
Journey \lIglI"tin
the liver St. Johns ground, which i is generally very wet, being of vessels destined for this port.Vessels NUT, AI.LIfATOlt'I'i.i 'It.
up often covered foot more or less deep after with cases sickness on board or O. S. OAKF.S,

With Kxplanatory Notes.KG. great rains, but (the !hank! in many: placesare : on which serious cases have occurred eitherduring CONTRACTOR I Also, FKATHKR: FANS ANI. FKATHKRFLOWKRS
the voyage or In the port of departure AND UUILDKR: : OH.\ (m STICKS,
raised, a foot or more by the trash flow "
\ will be ordered; to proceed nt once to: SKA 8111:1.1.IoTC.: \ : t.
,,. ing down the river, which being drove onshore the Xational tllllrmtillehltil': :; at Sapelo.All MVNt'FAClTKKS I :< 1
i by the 'there, rots and i1l'OIl\'rrt. vessels bearing the certificate of the MOULDINGS( UILl('K1'T5: SAWKI AND I For sale and made to order.

oth. Rainy morning; thermometer 54. ed Into stiff soil which the alligators loveto Xational ljuaruitinoltflcer, bound) for this TURNKD HALUSTKRS; NKWKI.S: : : 'I'. "'. A.\SMV, I
1- Staid Mount-joy: ( ; this mount is formed port, will bo anchored within the Quarantine : STAIR RAII.S, WOOD KAVF.S-; : 10 Centre St., bet Second and Thin! i:
bask: in the sunshine ; every :!O. f>0 or 100 limits until inspected by the Health TnOt1IJlIIU'I'llI: U.
snail and \ and is 10 font .
of muscle-shells, 8nr ---- ------
yards distance they are to be found : We encamped Olliccr. WKATIIKRHOARDING: ; )- I
perpendicular about 150: yards long and 1.1) on :a pleasant: dry bank, but middling 1. M.( AUNOW. Mayor.(: AM. FLOOR- /s7T It Y ..t).* ,"s,

broad on the south-east side of the river,, beyond A. I'. lUuxuin, )(.U., Health OUlcer. I INI.
soil, in 1gro'c of live-oaks ;
declining gradually at each end to an extensive which is a plain, and behind that a great Inland l\tst-OJlce! Abtlcr. Stair ami ('hur.'" U'ork 4 W. LOIIMANN'S J

stiff moistish marsh producing a great 11.. .
pond or lake below where we lodged
; to lIon A SPKCIALTY.
Office llollrJ.'rom 8:00: A. M. : r. arJtoney
quantity of.tall grass, as thick as it can the northward
several inlets appeared to t I Letters\ from
: Orders and Registered -FAMOUS1'repiired .
grow of several 100 acres ; a pine ridge appears and above the river forked, and we ro\n'l1ul' DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMF.S; t
8.00 to 1:00 I'. M. ; and from 'J.oo I'. Alto .
: A. M. : OF ALL SI7.KS.::
at half a mile distance on the south- !I Flour.ONLY .
and its Held the X. K. branch ;J50:: I'. M. Sundays from 10.0::: t to 11,30.1.:: st 1. Post Ollice Hox i 71 I. :I
side: The mount declining *
OK TllK >M\llJ I Jan
and ends are full live-oaks and large palm- TllK STIL nUlT Il,1CIill011'.1.After -'UUI"1.XII HKPAIHTKK --
Xorthrrn Mall-Arrives daily at 10'J.:: "> .\, sl.
trees ; there arc also some hammocks of live delaying the business! : for which the Closes It'1(1 r. M 1. LANDRETHSSEEDS FIVK: CKNTS: : PKR: POUND

oaks and myrtles interspersed in the adjacent President called the scionin: executive session Jacksonville St. Johns JlinrArrives .

marsh : opposite! to the mount on the the Republican Senators have been ................................. ......,10:25: .\. .i.
other side of the river, is a large swamp or forced by public opinion and public necessity Closes ......................................... .i:110: I'. M. giro BEST rt-tf AT OLD 1'. O. RUILDING.
reedy marsh nndbeyondit nc 'prel s-swamp to go into the legitimate business of acting Cedar Key ami ]\'rt\ t'lori; can tot thorn by mail Prop --------- -
of great extent farther than the eye can upon\ the 1I1111inatiolllllltllc by the Pres ............................,............1 1.00: I'. at. DS a llulal. Oinl fur Cnt*. I.
reach. ident. A large number have been con firmed.Mr. (Closc ..........................................N: 'I3 I'. M.St. loin roirr*and*in Woe fh.I'afnl*. Tfi fttttet Ol
6th. Clear morning ; thermometer :W., I. : Conkling is: endeavoring to defeat the .Vnrift and 7II..11i///- --DAVID-- l ANDK-liTII fc: RONS.rniLADA.I :
\ Arrives 'Tuesdays and Fridays at :2'M:: p. M.
Strong wind at X. Set out and) soon sawn Robertson collector of
nomination of :Mr.( as Thursdays
l'IOll'SIollela; \' and at 8:00:( .t. MsV. .
great body of different swamp and the of New York personal ; NOTICE: !
very port upon purely i .llo"'r*, ( <1., (1/1/1-' __
marsh joining it, some dry, others middling reason: : The majority of the Senate: will, it Arrives Mondays and\ Thursdays\ at S:00: \. r.

moist, and some very wet, some reedy soil, is quite probable, vote to confirm the nomi "" Tuesdays 11'edn'wlaysandSat'tlaysat1.O10.t., : and Fridlnlit !2'M::\ I'. M M..

some myrtle, oak, cypress, and lastly pine ; ; nation If Robertson i is confirmed, it is understood Closes' Tuesdays: Wednesdays! J. & 'ICYDD
then we came a little farther to tall: water- I Conkling( and his! followers will Fridays and Saturdays at 2'W::; I'. M.

I I reeds on both sides, and much elder grew oppose" )Ir. Garfield.STEAM11OAT s.tsn.'V. Rii i>Ki.i.: P. 1\[.

! next the river and close to the reed, which -- --- Arc reediting) Immenso additions to their already large! stock of

: last grew very thick close to the bank, and COAST' KOVTIl .( \11 Groceries", ami lro IIons.! ",

from 14 to 1(> foot high ; sometimes) narrowridge OKEVllOUKK. -. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS

about a rood wide and a foot or two Colonel Coryell returned from Indian river .tNGIl..L FKIIM: >, 4
: the steamer KOM yesterday morning. He
high, would run close to the river on which by went overland from j'IIIl'I'prbl'lIllll: returnedby -I) AKKRS: : AND COXFKCTIONMRS: MOM'S and Youth's Clothing,

I grew oaks hiccory maple, and ash, the t the :Salt Lake route on the I Vuhis'm to Hall-
I ground back being scarcely above the common ford; A surveying party was fitted out at ('HOICKCigars FROM: 1 (LOW-PRICKD: TO "FINK: (JOODS.IHIF.SS : .
of the river but rowed Titusvillo\ to make a reconnoisance: : of the
as: we
! ; Lucie to Lake (.roeerles, ami TolmccoM"" ,
higher tip the soil was in many places of an route from the head of the further St. : COOUS- .\ full\ and complete stock, consisting: of SUM31SILKS: : : ( ,
i Okechobee, and possibly: a one, some
unknown depth of tenacious: rich mud especially fifteen miles south. TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLKS.Weddings :: ALT/-WOOL LACK HUNTINGS; LAWNS, L1NKN: LAWNS, IJARKGKH:: : and GRKNA-:

I on the Indian side, which is: generally The party is in charge of Mr Kraemer, DINKS, SW1SSKS, 'I'4iti.l'.rANS,1'l'r'0UTA: and PKRSIAN:!( LAWNS:! at low prlecs.""
civil\ engineer, who has had considerable Entertainments: and Picnic*, In Niiiniiior SllhN, from Cents .
I higher than ours, and so stiff that cattle experience in hydraulic engineering. Mr. furnished the shortest notice' at rockbot nnran"I''" Fifty upwards.Gents'

' 4 may walk upon it very safe, and bears choice Kraemer made a reconnoisance the steamboat tom prices, atAXC.KL'S t,
Fine : Goods
\. grass, tho' full of tall trees as hiccory, maple canal route from St. Augustine to Indian : IIAKKUY, Furnishing' a Specialty.Our .

\ large island on the east-sido and another on will have to be cut through small oyster -.. -- -_. nlt'u'l..d aiul 11 roe'n CottoiiH, at Wholesale Prices. Fruit of* Loom ut ".

, the west, the best I have seen in Florida; shell banks to straighten certain points. The 10 ecnlst"" 10.1 SlueclingsS' (('IIC,... \

the river for these two days, has run very Inhabitants on the whole route showved much A case of splendid, Sfamlard I'rlulH, nt O Bents per yard.
enthusiasm over the prospects: of the outlet ,
crooked. Landed on a high rich shelly bluff, : to be made to that vast and productive region ;$- We are' Agents lIlT KVM\: .V tO., leading Clothiers of New York City. \

some good flat soil, but full of palms, and u which privation has operated against Spring Samples now ready ; LIH) ) -tyll'-llxtr of them from $.:i to #25 per ,Nult.Fit' .
little back the pine-lands begin : The last the settlement of that desirable section.While guaranteed.j7 .

frost! killed the young shoots of ash, hiccory round they and can have grow fruits vegetables' in abundance all! the,year the .. ...i.... \ .\ visit to our establishment: will convince you that, while we do not Hell ,.
eupatorium, pcanines, !.un-flnlvers, cost and difficulty of getting them to u market inferior Goods, \\"> are the ('Cheaper I>rj- Goods, lionise' I'roui Elaine to .,
the tops of two lovely evergreen shrubs, one has prevented( the inhabitants fromentering Florida.

of which would have: grown all winter, if into their production. It is to be This space reserved( for T. tQc T. KYD: :D
has future which this ,
the frost had not killed it; the bark was hoped this section a A. 11. Noels, (ilCOCKIt: Mill Slur ('JI \NlKlt| : ,
steamboat route will lli burnt from the wood, but the lower part was who is too busy", to write an advertisement.: Walker Street. J l7" \ Fcrnandiua, Fla.

not hurt the other was: full of flowers,green
and berries the tender tops of halfa
ripe have received this following\ 1 letter 1
foot were killed : 'Tii'r: common in thiscountry SANBOl & IIOYTO :
from the Bureau of Immigration, and 1 pub
for vegetables to produce at the same ..
lish it so that the citizens different localities --- --- -- -- --
time flowers, green and ripe fruit ; and if the Ii I
may act : i
tender Shoots are by chance killed they soon
Editor of the Flurid'i Ayilmlturut t : I
is native! gourdor .
send out fresh ones ; here a
It is the of the Bureau of Immigration
purpose oo
squash which runs SJO: foot up the trees, to issue a new pamphlet on the resources !- -.- --.-- ...-------. ----.- -- .- [ I
close to'' the river; the people eat them when of Florida The commissioner i will s
ii. i:. DOTTIKIIC: :
make it full and reliable! exposition of thecharacter
young, but they arc bitter when old, and a
and advantages of every county in WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
About the size of a man's fist. I
the state To procure I the necessary: data for '
7th. Clear morning ; thermometer :'JO. Setout suck a publication the cooperation of the 1+RXAXDIXA: FLORIDA.MULKIt i I II

from Cabbage-bluff, so called from the : live men in each one of Iheeounticw is desir! i 3bd:

great number of palm cabbage-trees grow- able. We appeal to you as' one "fthe representative I.N! !
men of section, to urge you to
ing there ; after some miles rowing round interest your people your in this: work. If you FInc 1'autily Groceries I By Kail, Steamer, and Sail, .

several points of the compass, it being generally will take hold of it, please write; us ut once ::

good reed-marsh and sumo cypress- to that effect, and if not, refer this letter to AND
sonic active man in :your county who will, I
middle lake 1. 2 or
we came O
and ask him to notify us willingnessto
miles broad and 8 long; its general coursers: start the matter going. We make the following A LARGE STOCK OF '

H. K. ; at the X. 1end: is: high ground pro suggestion, that you ('all" meeting -
oak and a fine of your citizens at once, and! organize a
ducing palm myrtle bay i
like the county immigration society, with a president Customers can rely upon gftting CHOICK: : U I i !:
something purpleberried ()
evergreen, and spcrl'tnullll that the name and
bay but the leaves grow alternately address of thsse o'lY.c: .TS be trwarded ut once GOODS, as >J

mill the berries close to the stem like myrtle to the commissioner.! This will give him reliable t I

; here is a pretty stream of sweet water whom parties correspondents,making inquiries in each at county this ollice to NOTHING HUT' THi: FINEST KRAND.S: i J' FUItNITUnE !
small enough to run through the bung-hole can be referred for particulars of tho inducements Li

of barrel, and at about! :'JoO) yards: distance your county may offer/ to settlers. Z

., from it runs out large stream!! of water, so The secretary ot your society can be furnished are kept in .stock.rrofesloiial .

warm as to support the thermometer at 71 in subject I by of its interest: members, and with this data mllll'nallc zij on every can 1 ami llusliiesw", C'ardM, ni ;t -\SII- i I

it, feels warm to a coolish hand, tastes more compile into a well written circular for distribution I ---. -- ----..--- ----- i I

\ loathsome than the others beforementioned Thcgcneral pamphlet from this u'n. ii. c. in!KVII: :,
of thesaure kind and be smelt at someroods office will only contain the leading feature I 1
of the several chanty circulars, but will in i .
: distant ;. hereabout is drove on shore. every instance give name and address\ of / 1 KNKRAL: COMMISSION:; AIKRCH A NT, ry-;
the most delicate crystalline-sand I ever county secretaries, aunt refer lu them for de i
tails. This system i if carried i out will make ; j jI i 1i
what is island nearourcokes
saw, except goton an (v.sTar. Sr., .NKAU R. It. DKI-OT) .
every intelligent man in the State an immi r
tho' this is still liner: A few lINyurdsfrom ;rat ionugentbcs l sides retievingthecuiuuiis- O

the last spring is another much like it sioner of the embarrassment! of having to FKRNANDINA, FLA.y 1.nu ,
in taste but much larger; and near 30: ) yards recommend one particular section. Every: H I I ,
broad three head within 30 yards; county will be largely ail vertiscd' through the I:
having OalM.U. .
: of its own citizens.: We hope the inijiortance ), Corn
the water Is very loathsome and warm but of this suggestion will strike you.is ----. .- ---. 4: I II IJ ISANl30RN

not so! hot a> one's blood : This differ from si*in as we are notified of your organization '. K. IIAUK.MUHT, _
the other in having most of its surface covered we will forward to your secretary a AOK.NT .
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schedule( of the class of inmiirie* most commonly 00 J .
with duek-nrcat ; its bankll full of.shelly made UH, so that lie may consider! "'UIILtM: ,\LE AM 1SETAIL

stone( the snail-shell kind, and running them terl'ttiin, in his circular. Thanking; you ) U'l'elll-:1t: AND K'HM'K DKALKR.: : I

level with the river; the last had Mine fall ; in a.1'all'C't' are very truly yours j) ..UI'Jrul..r
lake. A. A. IloBINriON, lit !.'*..
they are not above :200 yards (rom the
eOlllmil. iunl.'r of Immigration.K. -
Set out and arrived at a rocky bluff, at the ('. I/ixu 'nS.HHJaulaa': : A SPECIALTY: I & IIOYTARLINGTON
entrance of the head of the river which was 'irirulhrdt.New ItuooM STKKKT: WiUKr,

two or more mi In* wide, but gradually nark -- ------ --- I UHf FKItNANDINA.: 1"1.\

rowed ; this bluff Ii l'UIlI"t.j[ of snail andmusckhelU \dt'-r..I1.' 1- NURSERIES.
---- ---- c'. BUT II. $TCITL.
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indurated into hard rock,
which would break; or "split for building <>r Money Fluted 1*, JIoiu-j Made (*. II.' ItT *V ('0.,
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burning into lime ; but a bluff we landed at ; .\:; YOUR tsms.'WHJ: : : J and \Vholt-h.ilu. eaters iiiFiarclgn
"'IUU.U'." "lid hi.MI.TICOIICAI FHI'IT Tltl'.ll.S: : HONKS: r.C'll: >.
in the fureniMiii wa, more remarkable; for us and save .flflll( on u lu horse ; $:=tl/I/

as the bank wa-. perpendicular we had abetter on a 'Jit HOP*, and &JOOOH 1 / a 3H lIof'it..I'uw- and Ilouu.Nllr I'OI'Numl tViit: : er Kngine.: Send for our prices before pur-
I opportunity of searching deeper ; we chaini Engines, Gins Prexsc. t'law IUI.I[ Fruit"s1N, .'h'., '---
saw al*)ut :3 foot al*.ve thf water a mavs of Grit Mills. Throher, or any kind of Machinery.

clustered *.."-" lielK a* periwinkles: cockle. We are Manufacturer .Agent, N.... .>">, 57 and ill )Jar t.'t blnt-l. NKVVi: .* t'lIl1wtIU( : : :... .:ti. studded Orunice Trees' MADK A SPJ-; IALTVf
and L'uarantee satisfaction! in quality andprice. -' '
and clams, the very pruduction of the f.11. WALKKR: : .t IJH'J), '1I.\IU.F>: 3TON. :"OIT1I CAItOLINA. -- .: .

and to what depth they went i> unknown ; No. 1X1 Met'tiiig trwl. West rids. nearCharleston t''i'f' N.wl for Di,,,tTiptivf Cafulomn to
but this I believe, that they rash! all under IMrl. 'barb-Moo.. S. ('. ;C-un.ijCl1u.llt.. of 'U'IU" (iiias..vr.dieitI ALIItlltT I. IIIUIVKLI..
thw whole. low country at uncertain depths April9,1M41' Tin. .. Mint prompt rt-tuin t" ale. .tJ-ju


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iIASiIINIT01.1N .. change in the malt trade. Supplies arc com I J. II. PRESCOTT. r IVrtilizcrm.a 1 I G. .... .\"I:n\',

ing forward freely, and all inferior qualities

ARMI'TtCE INTIIKHKNATEAnjOfUXMKXT:< : !'''' '' m' AN:< are very difficult to sell.! Oats rule steady for ( >UM) A: cO.'S

EARLY : -NOMtNATtONS CON- good heavy samples, all others being buy Style, Fit, ..............................II.................................
FIRMED AND TKE\TtKM \TIF1F.P., ers' favor. Hcans and {peas slow, and un T 1VERY AND J ROARDIXO! STAIILiS.J .

To the Klltor of the Mirror : changed. Thcquantity of wheat on passage Comfort i 3'''t' 1'1i1t1'lLlIIt 45 i I
WASHINGTON, I). (,'., May (1, 181.I 1. now stands, at 2,50:2rOO'l'llrtcJ'S: ) : and flour: ................................................................... To and from Steamers and Trains.

1 Tho dead-lock has been broken, or nt least equal& to IS 1 I,(RK)( ) quarters wheat,an increnM eon A*I) CONTRACTS: FOR HAULIXO, ETC.

; relaxed for a little while, hut there is ns yet the previous week's figures equivalent to< Durability. IS: THE nEST FOR SALE :

: no prospect that the lion and lamb will lie 8.+,,000 quarters of wheat. California stand:
rilHINd for FALL OAmm -lt being HORSES: ] nnoiEs;( ::1, HARNESS,
down together,and nothing, not even asum credited, with 1,3oOo: (; )quarters of wheat; A liS' JL not only perfect plant food, but will C.HTD:! WAGONS.

mer session, it I is believed, will end the struggle trulasia! !: with fUO.fXK); the Atlantic ports of keep all insects at a respectful: distance. ?-'fEH CASIL-tl-:; .

1 between the so nearly evenly mulched the United] States with 207,000) ; Chili with For sale in any quantity, large or small, jZ&S-Oflfce and Stable-First Street, near

parties In the Senate. As for the President 121,000) ) ; India and Egypt with 11 I,cHIn) ; Russia ami, country orders) delivered FREE: on Broom- Street Wharf. 4J-tf-! ,.

f and the senior! senator from New York, each with 71,500; and Danubinn: province: boats or cars. Vegetable fSOULD;growers fc, TRY CO.. IT.

ti fuels that he has too much principal and Interest with 31,000' ) to direct ports aml.ports of call Gl 3m 8 W. Ray St., Jacksonville, Fla

J involved to yield in the issue between Foreign flour meets a slow consumptive demand .u _. .
; them, and one or the other iuu l fall, for neither but !sales arc tedious at prices wind iGlving largely Increased my J. X. UOllSOX .\: SOX,

t, will retreat. in nearly all cases favor buyers. In fact nil! stock of Fool-wenr. til both fine WfBSTER j. N wUNABRIDC
s a EDIT/0N .
The talk among senators today is that the foreign bread-stuffs, arc cheaper to buy The and .clllllU grades! I mil enabled Fd' KJrxDICTIONAgy
('om.nlsdon Merchants I 1-
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; Senate will adjourn about the 21st of May: ofT-coast market is now becoming tolerably' to place liefore. my customer a---- -<1II jpppuENT

but the action of the Senate in going into executive well supplied with 111 IIi/', the trade for

session doe/: not signify that the contest which is I very quiet in all positions.! a tery large assortment of CHARLESTON, S. C.,

over the election: of ofliecrs is terminated. Itoot.s and Shoes made by the If you intend some day to get

Some Republican senators are knownto JIKU UCIXG EXl'EXSES. most competent and skilled CON FIN I NO( themselves strictly to their WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED
I Some of our State exchanges have been of busi iness, respectfully solicit con ,
in favor of the
I to he resuming light as soon
discussing the increase in the tax levy fur workmen. These floods were sign mcuts. "DO IT NOW."
i as the more important executive appointments the current and various .
year suggestions purchased for (?'ASII, and are
: l are confirmed. The plan of actionratified to secure a decrease in public ex ---------------- THE NEW EDITION ,

:.. .:. i t', ,by the Republican caucus looks to penditures. A revision of tho constitutionby only exchanged for the samecommodity. [ F I.] U T I I* I Z K K S ] Contains over 118,000 Words,
convention callel I for that i Is
a purpose This will he deemed
this end and have Senate with
we may the --
c'i 1928 3000 I
j ; the favorite remedy with some. Hut as that Pages, Engravings,
> ,)t' ; :' us all summer yet. Should the senators remain question was submitted to the people, who a pleasure after "seeing, examining Four Pages Colored Plates,
This business has )been trade
'K through the warm !season: they will, decided{ by a ]large majority that a convention our special
and learning at what for over twenty years, and we have endeavored 4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings\ ,
called useless
should not be it to lookIn
: no doubt, become impressed! with a realizing furnish friends PUIUAltTICJ. : ,
a to our planting a
this direction for immediate relief. Admitting extremely low prices these Biographical Dictionary
sense of the nuisance! : of the Potomac Hats, that the present constitution makes .]':, and their continued patronage is
1 m floods offered.stoek best' indorsement. We to of over 9700 Names. {
are our are prepared
11 and will perhaps be inclined to give some provision for too many officers, and pays
( fill orders for all! kinds of Fertilizers-, together most beautiful anti
c attention to the matter of its abatement them more than they ought to ]have, it yet Tho J.Has
II Dictionary.
remains true that the savings! which could P'l'" JIJ' of (UENTLIJIEN'S with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and .
!J: We arc not precisely on the verge of a revolution Compound Acid Phosphate. 3000 Engravings,nearly three TT"
be made in this direction without detriment
FURNISiIiNG GOODS is worthythe as many as any other Diet'ry.Every JLM.
but the culmination of J. X. IoBO'O: ,
1t we arc near
to the public'scrvice, would amount to a school and family should have it
sf. t':: smull events and petty crises. The President comparatively small sum. What we want attention of those desiring, 60 Charleston S. C. constant reference. E
s ri, :' 'I' has withdrawn all the important nominations is not so much a change of the fundamental fine (: aodst.g h '_ GET THE STANDARD.
} : t law as a change in the laws enacted under of Wcbster't is over 2O times the
: I' from New York except that of Judge it, and rigid economy in every departmentof Salt of any other series or Dictionaries: S .".
:/1 ,/, Robertson, which indicates that ho has no the public service. :Orders" left to my selection Tho highest authority of the Courts in
( with Senator And first the needed reforms should will ."-Chief Justice Waite. T ;I
disposition to compromise begin receive careful and prompt
II. J. BAKER & IRO. almost universal authority deciding j
ii. i ; (Jon klillg, hut will attack him where lie is with the legislature itself. As! at {present attention. An the meaning of words. A
constituted it is i
a large nndl\'C'HSarily
l, weakest himself of the immense other Dictionary has been bought by 1
/i :
but No
; its
expensive body N
expenses are always any State to supply its Schools.
-, ''i! vantage of his superior power, office and in- much larger than they should be. Take our J H PRESCOTT, on which nine-tenths of the

".; j 1 !llucncc. In this contest Senator Conkling last legislature as an example' ; they voted : 215 1'KARL STREET, XEW YORK; Dictionary of the country are based. D
themselves six dollars a day to begin with 4.3m Fcrnandinu.liii. in tho Government
!; of the I ; will Authority
: must fall. A majority :Senate: which was entirely too much Their serVices -- --- Washington. Jan. 1881. A

ly :sooner or If.ter, vole for Robertson's confirmation were not worth that much to the i'cuple. Recommended State Supt's Schools in TO

t. and, this: important' case settled, thei They were good and true men, but Manufacturers of fiO College Pres'ts. XC
nearly all of them entirely inexperienced.It Dictionary that has been placed in more
situation will be much simplified. A largo public schools in U.S. JJ
I is safe to say: that three-fourths of them,
,, number of senators! visited the President IS IT NOT THE STANDARD?
011 reaching Tallahassee, had no adequate -( III.a. .C.\. I,'J' UTI I.'/'.US.o .
,4 yesterday! in the Interest of harmony, but conception' of what changes in the laws weredesirable Published by G. 4 C. MERRIAM Springfield Mass. \..

: their ministrations have been without avail ; indeed, we doubt if so large a proportion Also Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary.
; had ever gone as: deeply into the' 1040 Pages Octavo. COO Engravings.
President (Jarlicld, has had sufHcicnt time to
study of the State laws: as cursory glance:
.;.: calculate all the chances and responsibilities at, Thompson's Digest) would, demand. Coming

: ''of the course he has! taken ; he is no amateur together thus! without experience, and

but old\ and able as Conk.t with only a nebulous notion of what was .
; politician: as as !! -------
required,"it was: impossible: for them to earn (}n'Xa "'fi TIII: .allll ,\ lHu..alllTnll S. <
t ling himself. He doubtless realized that any their six dollars per day even if they had i

i : compromise in tho beginning of his! presidential devoted themselves from the start with earnestness iii tci m JSi1"t -'-7'RLi. THE TIMES: FOR 1881.
term would ho equivalent n to an abdication : to the business in hilll pl. But we + The Tlina/ will enter the New Year with a aF,
know from long observation that the f first larger circle' of( regular readers than it had at
: -
+\:;; of tho prerogatives of his oluee, anda 7 fl31A X U 1C K tt "
1,.. half of a !legislative session is: spent in comparative f ill any previous period of its history: and the
I.;, source of embarrassment tn his III lminist ration idleness, and that serious work ilia important events of the next year must i';1\\
I for four years.: never begins until the time is half-gone. apa steadily enlarge the field of independent 1

r:, Tho Senate t transacted remarkably largo We often hear a cry raised lIJ.tailitcdillg\ A Most journalism.
lawyers to the legislature.: Well, we believe : Superior' Article, Tinder our own A new administration will be inaugurated\ ;
H. .: amount! of business! its executive session that all classes should be represented' there ; Is a compound of the virtues of sarsaparilla new Political occasions will create 111'polit .M
yesterday, clearing the calendar of treaties, but if there were more good( lawyers sent it Btillingia, mandrake, yellow dock, with Special Formula.COMPLETE ical duties\ ; the great cOllllllcrC'i:11I\1HlII111us-

i and also taking final nl'llolOil eighty-four would be much better for the public, for the iodide of potash nut! iron, all powerful trial prosperity: of the country must stimulate i

nominations in about four and u half ilOlIl'8. the simple reason that they know much blood-making, blood-cleausing, and life-sus progress;; and thrift in all sections, and {
more about the defects in the laws lII\lllhe taming elements. It is tho purest safest! the tcnoll'lIcr.nl'politil'1l1 power! will be toward t
The first matter disposed of was tho Chinese find most effectual alterative medicine 1 i-
proper remedy than do those of any other corruption and despotism: as: it ever is
; immigration treaty, which, after a continuation profession or calling It is in the line of known or available to the public. The sciences when the people are diverted from the !stern

\ of Wednesday's debate, (lasting three their business and their 1111.1)t. the next medicine and chemistry have never R"iY" MANURES a criticism of authority by peace and plenty .
election tho people! ought to send' cxperienicd produced so valuable- remedy, nor one so The Time/ will be in the future as it has 1
hours but fresh points of interest to cure all diseases resulting from "
developing no potent
t ) men to Tn laha."c'l' to make laws 1'01'th'III.IIIIlI been in the past, absolutely independent ofPolitical I .!
blood. It
F impure cures Scrofula and
) was ratified, without amendment by a before them but
electing they ought( all scrofulous diseases, Erysipelas parties earnestly! nrid fearlessly
I practically' unanimous, there being onlysenawo to require a pledge that they would vote Hose, or St. Anthony's Fire' Pimples Foil Enlt1.1D: ( CHOP, devoted to integrity and patriotism in our

l' Y tors recorded tho negative themselves exceeding four 411)1 tars a day, and Face-grubs, Pustules, Blotches, statesmanship! to the freedom and sanctity -
!!-Y; winch, with the usual: milage, would be a Bolls Tumors, Tetter Humors, of the ballot. Dependent party organs
"'J ): fairronipciisi.t'on.) Suit Rheum, Scald-head, King-worni Prepared) on scientific )principles to supply will continue to babble about party men and
t ;1: vooit j'llOSl'/W'i IX 11.\01..1\11, Another reform which should be introduced Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, MereuelafDisease the party measures ; to suppress pervert or deny
1 k Tu the' Mitur of the, Mirror : by our law-nmakers is economy in the Neuralgia, Female' Weaknesses exact plant food for each crop, so as I the truth when party interests demand it,

;: Jio.MMix: F.Nfl.: April 20, 18S1.:\ incidental expenditures of their sessions: and Irregularities, Jaundice, to produce large yields per acre. i and to lavish the regulation ]praise of the servant -
t Take just one item! as an illustration: that of Affections of the Liver Dyspepsia, to the master; but the growing intelligence
t With a milder temperature) some "slight printing and a great Ih'lIlmowl'l i spent than Emaciation, and General Debility.By of the age daily multiplies the readersof

rainfall, and several days: of bright !sunshine necessary. At the beginning of every session its searching and cleansing qualitiesit \lJ'n DEtLERMIN> the independent newspaper: and the journals -
tho wheats! have regained a healthy color, the committees on printing make a contract purges out the foul corruptions which which best reflect the rapidly-increasing)
with the State printer for the necessary contaminate the blood and cause derangement independence. of the peopleill be the great
and have made decided progress. The harrowing printing the session ; the price for every and decay. It stimulates and enlivensthe PRIME AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS American journals ot the future.

and rolling which the hulk of the kind of work is specifically agreed a sui. vital functions promotes energy and : The 7ViMwainnto/ reach the highest! standard

I wheat acreage has now received has been of While these prices may not he too high: I, it strength, restores and preserves health and ot the independent newspaper.) It fearlessly .
always happens that the ) orders infuses new life and vigor throughout tho
legislature a SULPHATE AMMONIA upuses] corruption and rings in all
material assistance to the and
\ : young plant, great ct'aillwrc! of it done I than Is absolutely\ whole system. No sufferer from any disease partieswhether in city, state or nation. It
f I i' it needs: now but u genial rainfall to put the required the average member having very which arises from impurity of the opposes' every form of imperial political

wheats into vigorous growth. The lateness little notion how fast the frequent} motions!: blood need despair who will give A"EU'SSAUS.1'AJIILLA ACID PHOSPHATES:;, domination, whether represented by an in-

of the season has not, as yet, afforded any to have this that and the other printed are u fair trial. dividual, by a faction, or by a party. It op-
i running np the printer'shill.\ a Hut not only It is folly to experiment with the numerous MURIATE[ : : OF POTASH ]poses: sectionalism North and South as the
t condition which, by itself, can bo taken as! in printing but almost mixtures, of cheap materials, demon
in every other item without" of the Republic, and it demands pub'
t ; militating against: harvest prospects.' The of expense the same thoughtless extravagance and mt'dil'ina1"irtth'!!, o lie red as lie tranquillity and the supremacy of liberty
I condition of the wheat 'rop-where there is is indlll CtI. Judicious reform hero blood-puritiers, while disease becomes more SULPHATE OF SODA, and law for every citizen of the Union.

m'1 ; i a plant t, of course-is very satisfactory, notwithstanding thousands would save of the dollars.tax-payers\ of the State many ririnly medicine seated.of such AVERS concentrated SAn4.ATAIULLA curativepower is a The Times will begin the New Year
strengthened in all of its '
far the best NITRATE: OF( SODA) already exceptionably .
its! exceptional backwardness! The judicial department of the that it is by cheapest ,
gonTn'1II'lIt and most reliable blood-puritier kllowu"l'Il"lIlcI.1I111 strong departments.' Its Annals of the
; t\f and, providing we have an ordinaryrainfall is much more pensive than it oughtto know its composition. and A\ar will be continued I In the weekly edition,
in April and May, the advent of a hot, dry he. Practical reforms, in the methods of it. It has been widely\ used for forty SUPERPHOSPHATE: : : LIME, with specially interesting extracts therefromiw

}t and forcing summer, should it occur, would punishing crimes, especially those of a petty years, and has won the unqualified confidence in the IJthcf.1iti"II"* and[ '"' ntrilrtituwof
I nature, would save the State large Minis l to this' '
J an of millions whom it has benefited. iimiortant) feature
not be against l favorable results. In the case nually. The most expensive luxury the SULPHATE( )I.CSE..LS.rlt'UJ' ; \, papervid

\ of spring t'tltII. however, the invisibility of taxpayers enjoy is our present criminal i Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., t and civilians of the North and:': South.( soldier Its

I such a contingency must now be a source ofrt code. A common thief "steals\ a small sum Practical and Analytical CliemUU, Pure Jroiind Hone. ]large \list of contributors in tiijS-und in for
of money, or property to the value ot'n few Mass. eign (countries will be morethau maintained
anxiety. Arrears of spring sowings are being dollarsfrom the time of his arrest tn his Lowell its reliable news correspondence i is ;

N fast overtaken, but the ground is too dry COII\'ieli"n. and indeed until ho I is again; Tow. BY ALL KVUt.UT3. KVERVWUIRC.lOlteivitr:; Our circulars give full particulars and by that of any other journal unsurpassevt of the
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I on the top to make good seed-beds. The grain turned loose on the communitv he is talIourl'C --$- lWill mailed free to all They contain are country ; its various detriments) essential
I of continual expense to the taxpaver information that ap1dicants.\ to a complete newspaper for the home
markets during tho week have been and
post service to those
His idea\ of Heaven is full rations and be given for proof to convict the one family l' are l'OlI
W / quite of a holiday character, and very little nothing to do," and yet as a punishment, for who destroyed the "SIKH board on the 1-mile buying or using Fertilizers 3im fresh writCJ'tl. and I it will tantlI'n1ivencJ maintain the by

9 I business has been done anywhere. There crime he is confined in jail un full rations po-t near the railroad sliuiw.: --- It hall won solely IIn its merits, position -

S ha been no actual difference in the tone of and with nothing to do!I" As a rule there \\ F. MiTT, 110VLA.WATIOX.WHEUKAS of the most reliable and complete as one
; is, in his view, no disgrace attaching to tho Road Commissioner, Feriiaiidina. hers of the worlel.TI'H lIews'a-
I f ;1 the trade between I/jiuKm and country markets conviction for (crime; his punishment III). :,ts, In accordance with the laws of ; IS : I).ULY-delivered
t ; 1 but in the latter ease supplies have ('called i is really no punishment at all, al Money Saved I* Money .MadoJJI the IMoxham State of Florida, his excellency "". D twelve cents a week ; mail by carriers, for
governor, did, the CJUt'h! subscription/six
on :
i i .' been, in many: (':1il. so exceedingly short though it costs the State a considerable\ Mini : YOUR ENGINES: FROM March, .1, D. ISM day of dollars a year, or fifty cents a month
\ PURCHASE by proclainatiuii declare -
that l'rlcclllu1\'e maintained: where otherwise to administer it. This is all wrong, the pevthe $ll') on a 10 1 f orse ; 3'tk) the charter of the age free Mrxuvv 1:IUTIONDoubleasheet
city Fernandina .
,l ought to look the facts in the face, throw on a :'t) Horse, and $300 on a .TO I HorsePower ( anolllissoln... repealed two dollar* a year, postage free Hiigleconies
i't they oust have declined. In London aside sentimentalist and deal I with ; four ; .
c11.. our Engine.: Send for our prices before purchasing m AM cents WEEKIY-IMMW
': and other large port markets this influence criminal classes in a way that would both Engines: huts, Presses Saw and have been, appointed mayor and and five aldermen ur+lay: morning, two dollars a yearfive every

; has been counteracted by the extraneous punish and deter them from the commission (Jrist Mills. Threshers any kind of Machinery. and a reorganization) of the City of qualified Fernan-, copies. $*1 ; ten copies, $1.; twenty copies
I of crime. The adoption of more primitive Manufacturer f'J:? \n
We extra
and at the time I. ndon and arc Agent, diva been I perfected, under the copyPent> frt'eto Ihcgettcrul' :
i 1 supply, present met bods of 1'Ulllbhllll'lIt'oul.1 not only lessen and 1 guarantee satisfaction: in quality and act of the provisions of of a cfuh,
an legislature
i of Florida
'U., .': Llverpoolarechealwrth.annostInland mar crime but save many dollars annually\ i.riee. WALKER A Un: U. tied an act to repeal" and dissolve enti- .\11.I rl'!>+. TIn: TIMKS: "_'
{, kets. At Murk Juno on Monday, (VI. to is.m to the tax-payers. As to the humanitarian No. ii: Meeting street West'' side, near coriwralioiis under certain municipal Philadelphia i Pa. ,
sentimental arguments against this Charleston S. C. circumstances. _
: course, Hotel Charleston
k n.'tluctilln'UII submitted' ami the
i: per quarter to on it may very well bo asked, what consideration April !ti. issi. -3m.otitc provide manner In which such cities TRY THK:
-<{ English: : wheats, except for the very best docs die ronuuon thief who lives by may become reincorporated" approved February
t and tho rates [lundering: luont'atamidindustriousneigH- \ ( Ti\.1'alers.- 27: 1881 ; YORK
qualities on Wednesday were : to .It- AW I ( NEW OBSERVER
bors deserve? th&rfurt, ;muter StarJr. call ,
: nominally' the same as on Monday, but the Is not sentimental gush AM now ready to receive the taxes ou UM>n all law-ubiding citizens to unite and
5 $ thrown him mCaiua.OraumUe I THIS YKAH.Sind
: away upon :.
very small amount of business", transacted real and |>crs|H-rt.v st-.MsJ for aid in the enforcement of law and the es
the I""$'''' I f.r the City of IVrnainliiut. tablishment of -
year good in TJlJ:
our city. L.UtaJfiT
sufficient to test values. Land at .'XIJ
wad scarcely English a /ltlt'Uct' lJRiT .tJllLr
All i'rgrrty' on which taxes remain In testimony whereof. I have hereuntoset
flour remains unchanged in value, but A valuable tract of :Imo acres of hammock ulIl'aiolun' June ht. 1S>1, \\ III bo ad verticiliind my hand, this 6th day of April! 1:11'Ei:11 Till: IrOILD" .

the retail trade la 1 in u very languid condition and, with wild orange grove, on Orange axtld.. Those who have |uid for l..j. V.l). }*"1' at the niay >r' UJltl'C, ;i- for -
Lake, for sale at a 1 bargain. For will .. ; Sample Copy-Fre''
continues and' values particulars please prv ent thwrm'Ipt''* City of 1"rernandina. Florida.] ,
quiet, {
Barley very iddresi -
(}. It F.UKIUXK*, W. F. SCOTT.2 .- (i, :
is are quotably unchanged. There is not I April 2, issi-..a Fvrnandina. >Mt 'fax ColUvtor Nassau lonumty.W Attest : E IIL 0 FRIEND S'f.HIla'or., ('It'rk. 1-:It( NEW: YORK ORSERVER: :,
3'1'arkRLw -
: Xew York.

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ACTION or mosT oI'LAXTS.. or "bitter," it will be delicious!' full-flavored' main in the :State: the :year round.! Wo have 1880.
At the January mooting of the District i and will contain all the nourishment that( citizens of this rOil n \', formerly from the
ofColiunltiii Hortioultiirnl .Society, \Ir. Win. was in it before it was cooked North who have lived' on the banks of (theSt. '

Saunders, Superintendent of the Ajrricultu- t. Johns! for over twenty "" 1'1'11lIIIIIIIICr

ral Ground had n paper (as per title) from CAN xoitTiirjix .'Il;.\ Lin: iFLOlllltA \ and) winter, and who have enjoyed. continuous
which 1 give your readers some of his good health during all t that'long period r
points : JlVltlXt Till: We have malaria In 1'lorida.lint it is of no THE ,
You can't tell beforehand what plants or S VMM UK ? such serious matter as .I Ir. :-:h.tn011111! ;;

trees are hardy. The wood of t the orange is We commented at some length last weekon have the )people of the North believe. It is 4s 4w
to appearances as hard as the oak. Xor will\ the letter of George M. Stearns to the in FlorjliIik' (' It 11011' the water courses! of 4d!
trees, etc., brought from corresponding degrees Springfield (Mass.) RepuHican, in which he the. \\ (' t.-I'ttliiam {binllyJoornnl.SE.1SI1)1 / / /. "
of latitude grow equally as well in another says that Northern men 1'lIllIIoti'l'\ in -
country that has a similar temperature. Florida in the summer, because: of malaria 1"' : uoi'si:, ]
Australian plants which will endure We will follow the matter up briefly this
n cold of 15 degrees below zero in their native eek by utTering some testimony by w ay of High Point, Cumberland Island. Georgia.
habits arc destroyed! here when the thermometer I rejoinder( for the benefit our subscribers in :
reaches the freezing point. The i the Northern and Western states. W. II. M'XKLt'.Y 1: PUOVUICTOK.: FLORIDA MIRROR

arid climate of Australia! thoroughly lipens! Northern men can !live in Florida: the
the wood, which is thus rendered capable/ of summer. Thousands of them have done it, HI\tIll'rr: day, ;t.M ; per week, $j.OO.
enduring the!severe' cold. and enjoy unexceptionable health This I is This resort cannot h bo surpassed\ for "I'ort- 1
"The temperature! and physical!' conditionof not all. Northern men have not only !lived ing and surf lathing. Boar, deer, ,
the soil have also!' an important controlling here all summer and enjoyed good fal'aIth. plover, 1\l11\1l kinds of fish in any quantity.It : I
iiilluenec in the cold free from malarial diseases but can bo reached) by steamer or sailboa't.Yacht .
resisting of entirely
power ___ __ ___
plants.) Unless!' a proper degree of moisture have \\'lrkellall summer in the open I fields, i u. -
is furnished by the roots t the- more succulent clearing and tilling the soil and building) to l>t. ,\
branches will become dry and shriveled; houses!' without the loss of a single day,save rilHi: safe' and commodious: Yacht NICY,
under the influence cold dry current of when it rained. "'l' can give the 11\lI1cof JL Captain O. (?. Darling can bo charteredfor .i
air, although the tll'I'lIIoll1l'1er'he above the hundreds of Northern men who are )permanent \pleasure) )parties' reasonable rates. Oyster -STA,1 I I ,-- 1
freezing point; and when the temperature of residents of I'utllnllll'olllllwho have lkl'lIl1tillg'I! Bay a specialty. :-
lived here tlicir For particulars, npplv') ; to :Major Suhrer,
the activity of the roots is: correspondingly every summer since advent, '
decreased, and they are unable to replacethe and who have not suffered; from any disease Mansion House, or .I. \\ Thompson, Spencer t
losses caused evaporation; from the worthy of mention. .\I! stated last week, a House, :St.: Marv's' or address
external surfaces of the branches and stems residence in the high pine woods I is attended ( .\1'1'. O. (i. DAKLING.: I i1
IIll:1.; : :: Mary's: Ga.roit t
of the plants."Seeing !' with freedom from almost any kinds of disease j
that the temperature of the soil and especially so, malarial.: It is a rare -- : -- ,
in which plants are growing has so potent aninfluence thing that anyone is: troubled with chills
on their cold-resi! ting powers' we and fever. On the higher lands Florida possesses ADKSIIIABM) : -: IIOUSK: : CONTAINING I \
realize (the value of the ap ,ligation of lea\es. a climate that may be fully and unhesitatingly \"il h Closets: front Piazza, -
strawy manures and similar materials over trusted. large Yard, Orange, Lemon and Banana
the roots of plants during winter. On the courses of the streams, however, Tree,*. Centrally l located. Good l title, d&'. I
From what has been stated, it i is evident residents: am subject to attacks of malarial For /further particulars, inquire\ at tll sOllll'l' I
that, so tar as concerns soil and culture, the diseases ; but it does not 1',1110hl'l'nu..c of -1-tf 1 w j
greatest safeguard) : against injury to plants this contingency, that they do have tlll'1Ior __ _,... ._u._ I 17fl\\
from cold is that of having: ) properly\ ripenedor that Northern people "cannot live here in SAW MILL, LAND,..tj.; r7i n __ILIT WIOyryl. 8 :
matured growths. How much of the disappointment the l1l11l11l'r," illl'on ellul'nl'l'If them. We j
in fruit culture is: the result of have chills and fevers: the same as the )people AND Ill
immatured growths it would be diflicult to ) do living on the river sources:\ ORANGE GROVE FOR SALE. i I
determine. I have long considered; this: the of the North but they are nut at O
cause of the disease known as yellows in all ! the peach tree. The disease is millet prevalent readily to simple treatments. Indeed!, if residentS : '
in localities: where growth is prolonged will be ordinarily careful I as to their III I,'. undersigned! oiler for sale the N ''l'I GI j l
until it is,; suddenly arrested by a killing diet and habits, they need not have the rl" ,Iiff ,i. 0'f t
frost ; and I am not aware of its existence in chills: and fever at all ; or if they will carefully Saw .11111 tit. uttoii. 3 '- .T 9 1 II ;
climates where the tree hl'l'omeoIh'cilluou:\ use the most simple preventives, such
III the absence of frost as lime juice and common salt, they maynever Transit Uailroad, near Fcrnandinu,
It is within thin province of the cultivator know what it is i, to be sick of malarial! I H I
to assist nature in the requisites for l perfect diseases. ::120 Acres," of Fertile I.aiul, "
maturation of growth. The fruit grow Hut it i is time we otiered our tc liIllOIl)'. With an i
er will bo careful to avoid setting his trees "'e will give the names and resilience of 1j
in wet soil, or in low, rich )lands lie will twenty )prominent and )permanent (iti/cns of Orange (>rovc or 200 Trees.'' -j
also prudently abstain from the! application our State, all whom have resided here uninterruptedly )
nf ufimulntiiKr iii.nnnri'S which would haven for over ten years, summer The Mill I is: in l first-class order .\ tram t
tendency encouragv'late growth in autumn and winter, who will bear testimony l that road extends three miles:\ into a fine tract of
; be will abstain from all\ cultural operations they have 81t1i.'rediltll'\ if any, from lIIala.riat' timber. Dwelling) House! :Store::) Blacksmith
on the soil when growth should be diseases. We will add (that all, without Shop, :Stables, and quarters for employes, on j 4j
checked rather than encouraged and usee'cn' any exception, are respected: and responsible' the place.

available means to ecurcnll early cessation citizens, majority)' of whom are rich, and j'Price Very Low for <'u *li.
of wood growth have made their money in Florida. The fol- ==BOOK ANDs ==
"'hen ft fundamental principle is once lowing are the names : W. B. ('. DUKYKK) :: :,

details ba.cl1upoll! this knowledge are readily Kx-Gov.: Oel). F. Drew..... ............Kliaville.Hon. :\ 15--U Fernandina.
may al lade to the well-kmiownfact that many 8 Kcdney, Ksq: .,........ ..............Maitland.Hon. Notice of riiial Proof.
1 of our beautiful evergreen trees from the C. Cow-gill ..................Orange.Iills.: I4.\:0.11 OFFICK AT GAINKXVII.I.K, 10'1.Iay ,.\., I
Northwestern and California coasts, as also lion 1.:. 8. Crill.......... ..................Palatka. '.', 18SI."VfOTICK .
various Asiatic conifers i haven great tendency K.: Kirby, K.!'q............................M t. Royal. : i is hereby given that the followJLl -
r to commence n second active growth during Win. Burnett. E"l)...................Luke(1 corgI'. i lug named settler has filed! notice of her
,, the moist, genial weather which frequently \\'. W. Hawkins!', Ksq:! .............. Lake(;ieorge. intention to make final proof in support) ) of
occurs here during the early fall Geo. W. Lyle, Esq..,.. .... .....,....San Mateo. her claim, and( secure final entry thereof at JOB PRINTING HOUSE
months.;;. This growth ever ripens, and inconsequence Hon. Seth French....................Orange City. the expiration of thirty tla '!1 from the date
is destroyed by the first frost, Hon. J. C. Greeley..................Jacksonville. of this: notice:viz : LOtllsjA) : BKADDOCK 1
greatly to the injury of the plant. The mammoth J. O. Tabor, Ksq........ ..'.................Sanford.A. Homestead No. fie, }before Clerk Circuit
tree of California and the Japan cedar J. Beach\ Ksq"......... .................. Hol bt/lll. Court, at Fernandina, Flu., on Friday II Ill!
may be cited as typical trees of this class. Samuel Fairbanks, Ksq: I.............I Jacksonville.S. 10th, 1881, for the! west half of northwest!
These fall growths he checked by H. 1111 .. .......
may prun- bb\I'II.: Ksq .... .. lacksonville. quarter, section 21, township) :'I north,
ing the roots:\ of tile trees during September, J. F''l'emin'y,1'i.: .................Federal Point range 21 cast ; and names! the following asher I. .
which will insure matured wood ; the young John ISigelow; Ksq: ............ ...........Maitland.! WitJIl'I"'S'iz
branches will become solid l1l11ir\1l. instead O. O. Smith, 1 Ksq) ..... ............ ..........:Sanford.Jas. ; James McKcndrio: Lemuel McICendrio I I of
t of being unripe and filled with watery fluid, DeLaney, esq: '........................Orlando. Callaban, Flu., and Benjamin C. Parker, ofKillg'o
and thus to stand the winter
are prepared :\ Ferry, and T. \\'. Iligginbotham of Beech Street Opposite Egmont Hotel
without injury. Then, again, as to protection We could extend this \list almost imidelinitely ,
We will add furthermore (that Helton, Fla.
and the best means of preserving a
plants 2ii-5t ... A. UAUN'KS I: 1 :: : .
large majority the white resident! population Register.iAii :
j from injury by freezing we are guided by \ \
the knowledge of the action of the frost on of the St. Johns i i.s from the North and
vegetation Kvaporatiou: of the sap being that they live here the year round. We have
whole town ami .settlements in Eastern ;
the result of exposure to currents: of frostyair
Florida which are composed mainly of citizens ? I
our efforts: at protection will be in the '
direction to antagonize this result. Practically from the Northern and Western States F. "
f taking such plants as roses. grape vines Kastern Florida long since; received the rubriijiiit EGETAB1F .
and raspberries asXiti1Iplesthebcst! methodis of Yankl'cllll1l-not from, or in any V ,SICI LiANEN :
to lay them on the surface of the ground sense of ridicule, but from the great number ERNANIINA: = ::1?FLORIDA.
of Northern settled in it. ,
and cover them with an inch thickness of ,
sand or soil, or, indeed, any material that We will close our testimony by offering;
will protect them from direct contact with that of a distinguished: gentleman, and resident J r
the air and the rays of the sun. of this COIlIltfor nearly half a century
"With regard to the general subject! of who probably: knows more about Florida EWEJf
and malarial disease than other citizen
protecting the plants, some persons; : contend any -
that a fruit tree or plant to bo valuable, or not professional living in (the State. It yo . ,
fitted for general culture, must be able to i is that of Colonel F. ... Dancy, of Orange IIa been In constant } -- -- -
take care of itself. This .should be looked Mills\ the first surveyor-general the State. >
upon as a lame excuse for indolence and We quote from the proceedings of the annu ue by the public j
neglect. It Is the province of man to assist meeting of the State Fruit Growers' Association
nature in producing such results as lie finds held at Jacksonville, in the monthof for over twenty years.

most desirable for his purposes ; and if he removes January t75. to-wit : and I* the bet prepurntloii J
from their natural conditions, "The lime is another of Ill)' favorites: ami l&affifcg. )
and then abandons them, so to.spcak.be must : I consider it far superior to the lemon especially \ ever Invented for ItKSTOU- The Having added) NKW ".'\'I-K MINI> N1JW I'lUJSSIJ.S: : (to our o'fllcc, and having fl

expect to realize the usual consequences of in its nwdicillul'lunlitil'S. In ('olll'l'llllf I l
chills and fever if will take the of INO GRAY IIAIIC TO ITS'" State SKILLKD:) WOUKMKN: who ;
neglect (f. }< XEEUIUM.WASHINGTON you juice know how to use .the Maine, we, are now
the lime, mixed with a tea-poonful of salt I .
I). C.TUUMPS. YOUTHFUL COLOR AND Assayer ..Itprepared
every morning, it will break them m> in live to do
<< of
AS FOOD. days. ly! making! free use: of the lime youcan V LIFE. JV aDOhemist any every printing
shut up the doctors'! hho.b\ f to dill I I
To cook a turnip says the Caterer, is .so and frier 1 r !J'JrII them no lent harmful here It supplier the naturnl of Mass: .
simple a matter that there should be very than in Vetulersey. [Let Mr. Geo. )1. foit'arus food and color; to the hair I and 4
little said about it. Generally shaking, 1 put this in his pipe\ and smoke! it !-/,' however, this wholComc'egl'tuble Js presented 1401.] 1 have \lived here forty years, nail undergone kin. leadingPhysi
It will Increase
In a washed-out state, so that it is exposure: of every kind and have and I
quite seldom we discover its real 'flavor.1 never even smelt chills\ and fever. I have thicken the growth of the Clans
Many will perhaps: say that the real flavor had fifteen children and never paid ten dollars hair, prevent It* blanching .
of the turnip Ii i too .strong, and this may doctor's bills for them-never had a case and falling off, and thu* I endorse
be an argument in favor of the reduction of of.chills and fever in my family up to the AVERT UALDNES3. and FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD
its flavor in the process: of cooking. Jfetjuintiliut close of the war. If a roan ii yes decently well JIt ,
nan ellt not endure the full flavor of this root will not have chills: and fever. And in oilier j or- cure Itthlng Erup it
have no trouble in subduing it. Hut should( tWill if Florid my exj'crifiice proves the lions and Dandruff. A* a as a.
be known that the saccharine and gummy same. In lH.'i5 I was ordered by the I'nitcd lUlU IU.8NINUUI It very l I ,
constituents that are removed and therefore States government to repair the old military I desirable, giving the hale a great .
lost in the customary modes of cooking, are road from $t. Augustine to Tallahassee. 'l softness which all triumphIUken >' ," ..
the most nutritious portions, amll'OlIIlIIuni. began the work on the autli of July, with I admire. It thin head I'in rneui.cine. i- '.
keep .
gate to the dish when it is cooked on what forty-five white men, and continued) the "
we may call conservative principles, a far work up to November. The men 'hail no5lu.ltcr I clean tweet and healthy. '
/% Neatly null UM ( |IOH|. HM' uity Olllrc In Floridii.Don' .
finer flavor than the majority the eople; except a light canvass covering and [
have any idea of. That we may be: under I were often wet but none were ever nick. I
..tOOl I.'e will a..k the reader to cook two 1 But they were supplied plentifully with .
turnips in two different ways. The first to I good wholesome fo< d."
be peeled and sliced, and left to soak in cold We will only add that statements like that
wau-r for an hour or more The slices are of Mr. Stearns: are ri.Ii'lIlouf.'CII to a degree r.uTcK1N0M's to be boiled until quite tender, and then are of extreme comicality, but they have to
_,I to be ilrained and nicely ma..hrd with but, be refuted nevertheless, as they are made to I -
ter. This is the mo.-t 'common lilt-t IlIMI of a j>eoplewho have not rl'li.lyat hand the I Dy
cooking, and it has the demerit! washing means, of informing: thcmlvt! to the contrary.
put the gum and sugar and other line con But if Mr. Stearns had '. ob-.4.'rvi-d WHISKERSwill I 'u .
stituents the the all while he 'here he said he
root and roiwquently at was as did change the beard to a BROWN
flavor is very much reduced. Theutherroot he could not fuv' been led into any such i .
is to be wa..hl'tlluite clean but it I is, not to misrepresentation. On every band, wher BLACK at dUrrellon. Being In one I .
be J jK-t-led. or l'llt. or so.tked.; I toil it wholein ever lie went in Ka-sU-ra Florida, he could preparation It l. eaclly applied and Ipredates I send order
;'r' your fur )'Ill\71( |,m.| BINDING I awl 1:11: 1.1 SU to otHot on$
ItIt""jjckH.: It will takctwice as long to not have failed in meeting Northern men, color that will *, ,
cook us the one that was ('ut.'ht'n., by and M-ing evidences of their thrift, who arenow a permanent I.
trying it with a fork, you will find' it quite prominent citizens of Florida. The not wash off. i'do<< the //'Ital. 4riler4 for either will rwflvo prompt attention (nun u.. Addnw

tender take it up, I peel it, I'rl'oIt moderately steamboat that carried him toTocoi.and the J'JUWAUEIJ 11 V
I and ma>h it with Lutter.ou will be railroad over which be pusd I thence to St. i I'I:<,OItII>A ;.MIHIIOIC.'rIlE .
turpri-t-d he difference. In.tcud of being.a Auguatiiuare owned and operated by R. P. HALL & CO, NASHUA, H. N.

|>erha|"ywu will expert, ".trvlI ," "rank" Northern men, the employes of which re Sold bt all D..'".ill ...... 1 ti('W "'JJI: U""i'U, t.'LL




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' i!I THE FLORIDA! MIRROR : MAY 14. t 1 1i

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I U THE FLORIDA MIRROR JHoeesan Council of Episcopal tee, and Messrs.( Thackara, Welter and Williams order good morals, and\ the social elevation yew Schedule of Travel.A .

_. .... .. Church. of clergy, amid Messrs.( !' Swann, Daniel and improvement, of society, leaving the new time card went into effect yesterday
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t ;j 1.no'A rkAii:--jl.O; poi six'MOST'I'IS.r The 'fhirt.ci t.th. Annual Councilof the and Dcnodict of the laity were elected ; Mr.[ more weighty out of view.considerations of religion entirely on the Transit, l'l'nlnslllnr.nncl Fcrnan-

5 q ? : .____._.. _. .___ __. __.___ _- _h __ ..._ Protestant ]Episcopal; Church in the J Dioceseof > I[h 1--:. Dottcrer) was re-elected treasurer; Dr. A. -- .. ----- dina it Jacksonville Railroads, by which
: H. Daldwin I Messrs. J. J. trains will leave daily, except Sundays, as
Local KejIccttoiiB Florida, met at St. John's Church, Jacksonville I registrar ; Daniel, Vessel on rtre.

v ,. on Wednesday! morning, the 4th ofMay. 11. ]E.: Dotterer) C. P. Benedict, llev. It. II.Wcller. .\. fire broke out in the galley of the follows :

The U'crfcm Texas left Friday morning for finance committee. schooner Liszlf Wilton, discharging ice ntDroomc TIUXSIT KULHOAD.

$, New York with freight and passengers. Morning prayer was "said, )by Rev. Dr. On Friday, nt the reassembling of the street wharf, on Thursday morning. Leave Fernandina for Cedar Key at {9 n. '

d t The weather has l'l'CII'ery pleasant the Scott, of Pensacola: and He,'. C William"! : council, the committeeon canons made their Hut little damage was done, however, the m ; Callahan 10:52: n. m. ; Baldwin at 12 ;

past week. Easterly breezes have prevailed of Crescent City. The holy communion report upon various! matters submitted to fire not communicating to the cargo.Expenses.. Starke at 1:3H: p. m. ; Waldo .nt 2:31: p. m. ;

r"a ; nml cool nights. celebrated )by the Itt Rev. John Freeman them Among other matters of interest, reported --- -- --"- Gainesville at 3:30: p. m. ; arrive at Cedar Keynt

; Judge C. V. Hillycr, deputy collector, left Young, 1).1)J ., bishop of the diocese! assistedby ) upon) by thc committee, was the leduclllY 0:55;: p. m. Returning, l leave Cedar Key at
to An admirable article on this subject will Gainesville nt 9:35: n. m. ; Waldo
J qualifications'necessary holding the 5:30 mil
i n. ;
of the ) POMtion :
on Thursday evening, with his family for the Rev. Mr.[ Wcller, rector parishof
of Vestryman and member of the bo found in another column from the Flor at 10:30: a. m. ; Starke at 11:11: n. m. ; )Dald
Western Texas. St. John's. The clergy enteredIn _. .
the North on the steamship! !! present }
choir the Proccs- council 1, the committee reporting in favor of iiln lJllit'e lire glad to sec that. the win at 1:10: p. m. ; Callahan at 2:22: p. m. ;
If it I is to huild, tram road ]procession'! the singing
impracticable I t Union takes grounds! with the Mirror in the Fernandina 4:00 m.rr.xtxsfLAu .
3 /lional Hymn 19'',. After the conclusion of the existing: ration' rel1llrillg'etrYlllen: to : : arrive at : p.
c to the bench: the present season, a lino of bo communicants and amending tue commons direction which reform' should take. The I nttt.aotn.Leave .
the services the council organized in the
regular stages! would probably answer nil the school room. ns to delegates to the council, rcquiringsuch intimation conveyed in the concluding portion Waldo at 2:45: p. m., and arrive nt

I requirements. After the transaction of some! routine business i- delegates] to bo communicants.: After discus of the article that u restoration of the Ocala at 7:00: p. m. ; leave Ocula nt 5:45: a. m..

,J May j-c-nits arc now in order The Ilo- !: the council took a recess until evening. sion at some length the report of the committee ancient English and colonial modes of dealing and arrive at Waldo at 10:15: ) a. m.

man Catholic and Presbyterian! Sunday Evening: was said by Rev. Mr. was adopted.The with petty crimes would bo worth considering FEUXAMMXA: AXI JACKSOXVILI.E llMLHOAl'.

lFe Schools have each had a pleasant pic-nic into prayer C'olll1cilullt1ptel u resolution accepting is well worth attention.The Leave Fernandina at 11:10: a. nm., and 5:30:
Sturges, of Mandarin\ and Rev Mr. Martin, ..
I the country during tho past week of I'1l1I1tklThe sermon was preached by the act of incorporation of the Protestant Comic Opera.- p. m., arriving at Jacksonville at 12:50:! p. m.

We arc in receipt of the American; Settler, Ucv. Dr. Scott from St. John Gospel, chapter Episcopal Church as )passed in 1838 and The Sorcerer produced at Lyceum Hall on ami 7:35: p. m ; leave Jacksonville at 8:20: a.

i4: of April :30th, a weekly publication) issued in 17, verse! 4 : ''I have glorified thee on amended by the legislature IRS] Thursday evening by the amateur company m. amid 3:10: p. m., arriving at Fernandina at
I London Saturday The is devoted Messrs. Wellcr Thackara Scott and Car- and 4:50. min. On Sunday only
every I paper earth, I have finished the work thou gayest from Jacksonville under the direction of 10:25: a. m. : p.

to the interests of immigration to me to do." The sermon was a very able ter of the clergy, and Messrs. Dottercr, Daniel Mr. A. D. Campbell, is highly spoken of by one train will bo run, leaving Jacksonvilleat

1' America. and earnest exposition of the Gospil. Walker and Anderson! of the laity, the appreciative audience, who had the {9.00): a. m., arriving at Fernandina 10:35a. :

';1 41;, Tho shipments of vegetables on the Transit At the conclusion! of the services the Were elected deputies to the general convention. pleasure of attending the performance., The in. ; returning leaves Fernandina at 5:30p. :

t.dn\ Road continue to increase daily; and it is council met for business' purposes. Sixteen arrangements were made with such a viewto m., and arrive at Jacksonville at 7:05: p. in.

?: ,.; supposed will equal in the course of the 8'a16. -of the clergy of the diocese answered The evening was; spent in reading parish economy of time that the company} were
g son last year's shipments, notwithstanding the roll-call, and lay delegates from reports.On enabled to leave Jacksonville at 3 p. in. and List of Fernandi
:16.; Saturday the committee the state of in the Post-Office at
the cold snap. a number of parishes.'! After some time return after the performance in the evening. t
i the church made their na, Nassau county, l ln., May 12, 1881. Per- ], '
The pleasant moonlight nights have called spent in the trans; c:ion of business the con report. _______ ____ '0
I On Sunday evening the bishop made sons calling for these letters must say advertised -
; ;il e out our amateur oarsmen who hove found vention adjourned until {9 o'clock Thursday an Vegetables.
f:'t :I the waters of tho bay n charming resort. morning.The address!! in St. John's Church, which is re- According to a dispatch received from J. :

at ported by the Union ns follows : II. Dahrenburg it Bro., of New York, yesterday Alexander( Nelly Langley, E F. 1
r jl Water parties have been quite frequent during council met on Thursday morning Items, Johu Langs, Stephen
Y the past week. I 0 o'clock. Bishop Young addressed the congregationon },'Iorilla'getahlell were selling in Baird, Win. II., Jr. Ligius, Elisha +
I the subject of the late growth and
pres. that city as follows : Deans, $1 to $2.50 Cook Mrs. Lewis Peter
per Georgia
The bishop announced the membership! of ,
>, Through the efforts of Postmaster Itiddcll eat promise of his church in this State, pre
crate ; tomatoes and cucumbers, $3 to $5 per Chapman, Marilla A. Major, Mary Ann
the various committees. senting figures and facts which surprised the
and the kindness ofPostmasterJIofJack
: Mason Charlie
Curtis James
II sonville, our mails are now regulated that The report of the standing committee was congregation, and( will surprise all to whose crate ; cabbages, $3: per barrel! ; potatoes! $0 Carter,, JohnChapman McFashion!! P. C. 1
knowledge they may come. to $7 barrel.-Union, 12th.
read. per M. A. MauriceJordan
.. receive Northern and Western mails ,
we our The bishop first spoke of the ratio of its:
According to dispatches! received yesterday Cromart, Scott McLaren, E. anti F.
t Bishop Young delivered his annual address increase to that of the whole population of
.' I \\1 in the morning, and can mail Northern and { It. Mnrtsell William
to the council. In his address the this State during the last ten years, as shown Florida vegetables: were selling at Boston Campbell, ,
l Western letters in the evening. Crandell Susie Newman, llcv...
called)) attention in by comparing\ its official published statistics Baltimore and Chicago, as follows :
bishop to variant usages ]Drake, Mrs. Price, Sarah '
The Union announces on the authority of wIth the census reports for 1870 and 1880 re-1
Ho ton (reported by J. L. Chamberlin it Dutton D. G. Prentice Alex.
Ii : the diocese in the use of the liturgy, and requested sm-ctively. The bishop stated that in 1870 ((2): ) ,
tho Savannah Airuw that I he steamer Floridais '
DuJ"hn} Pearce F.Itawls .
to crate beans Myriam '
., that the clergy would strictly conform : there was one communicant of the church Co.-Tmnatoc\) $5 per ; ,
to bo taken nIT for the her cabins Darter E. D.DeLion : : W.Koe .
summer, for of the whole $2 to $3: cucumbers $5 to : Sgt
to the rubrics and wellestablishedusage every 322: t population good, : per crate; $8
Henry[ W.Redmond .
removed und that she isto from New N.
run Florida, while in 18HO there i is one communicant crate. '
I of the church. per Davis I. D. : Mitchell[
: ) York to Long Branch. This: is evidentlyan of the church to every 172of the 'population ) .
Baltimore. ( Win. H.Thomas Fuller Win. Robinson.
Several matters contained the }bishop'saddress ,i proving a gain of' the church IIIgrowth (reported by )- Milley ,
q error, and refers to the steamer St. Johns, were referred to I appropriate com- ; mi the increase of tho i population Tomatoes, $2: to $4 per crate; beans, Hat, 75 FlewellcuEmmanuel< James. Fanny

;.1 \ 'I instead of tho Florida, mittees. between 1870 and 1880 of 150 per cent., thus cents to $1 per crate ; beans, round, $1 to $2per : Gillette Griffin: ,II.11.G.M. !\'lItt"illialll ;

?$ : The m splendid steamer .S?. Johns under her A proposition to increase the number of !church showing\ ;has that;not the only increase kept in numbers with\ the of the in- ;' crate ; cucumbers $2: to $4 per crate. ( ,,J. n i.Gorncr i. 'I'nylor.lmubkagreen Trcnmins: Rachel: ,

1\ I popular commander, Captain Vogel, made clerical members of the standing committee eft.'al'ior. the population:. but pace has: doiiMcd, Chicago (reported)' C. Weaver it Co.-) DavidGillette Thornton. C. j
I her last trip for the season and left for defeated. and nearly trebled, the ratio it bore to the Potatoes, $7 to $8 per barrel ; tomatoes, $G ]Il'IIr\)1. Wood. CarrieWilliams I t
was !
Hawkins, ]Henry Fannie
Charleston the 12th lustVe shall hail whole population t ten ,
on : years ago. per crate ; cucumbers, $1 per crate.
Snowdcn Hudson Mrs. It.Villiantson
Iev.11r. presented an amended Carrie ;
Hilt what much than
; her return in the fall with great pleasure. was more surprising The Philadelphia Xorth American' May Howell AbbieS.Johnson Webster Everett;
1' form of parochial report, which was referredto the I foregoing; !statistics 1 is the proofs that time I
The City I'uint, it is understood, will take a special committee.A bishop gave of the vigor and success: with 10th quotes Florida vegetables< in that cityon Eliza Williams, I''. C. W.Williams '

her placo during the summer.Wo which the work of that church I is boin-i;: miuwCarrier the nth) as follows : Tomatoes, $3: to $1.50 Johnson, Julia LousLevi i :
telegram was ordered sent! to the council
'I j call attention. to the letter forward in this State, as nuiiil'ustfrom per crate ; cabbages! $3.50 to $1 per barrel
interesting of tho diocese of Georgia, now in session the number of church edifices that T. KIDUCLL, I' M.
of our Cedar Key correspondent, head 41 1 a in Savannah, with cordial greetings. have been erected, or are now in process: of for choice small heads, and $3 to $3.50 for t.1C.11lXI

I I. I're-hlstorie City," calling attention to the The matter of the incorporation of the erection, with tho funds in hand complete fair to good ; new string beans, $2 to $2.25:! :,

very Interesting aboriginal remains In that council under the ('nernllaw regulating incorporations them, within the last two years: '1'h0rmanu's per crate ; squashes, $1.50 to $2 per crate ;jht..to,1
: \ of the 1'J.1I''l'n by the llishop where :$1.50;: to :$2 j:: per crate ': 10 to I'ort of rernandlna.HIGH i
vicinity. Tho western coast of Florida ; nsparagus :
,w ; was referred to u special committee these buildings l have been built, orurc nuwin tt oil'
abounds: in ancient\ mounds!, and we believe consisting of llcv. Dr. Carter, Robt. progress were us follows : Pensacola.: )Ia- 20 cents per bunch. WATEK. I
non Tnllahass-ce, IakeCitvOrammgePark\ Strawberries were selling in Philadelphia' Saturday: May 14..... 8:11: .t. M. Ml: 1'. :M. ,
the of I is ;
correspondent ..
our correct
i, Walker, Ksq.. and lion. 1 1). 5. Walker. ,
Sunday, 15; ..... H:03li : n:31" \
Point :
(Green Cove Federal \Velaka :
Spring. the !11th m at 75 cents for choice) and 10 to
\ '1 that they were the sites of the principal Certain proposed! amendments\ to tho constitution Sanford Longwood, )[lIlIlallll. Codar! Key, Monday, ( ...... Ul": ; 10:20: h I
lodge of the tribe. \ were oll'ercd by Ucv. Mr. Martin, Fairbanks/ Waldo, Santa Fo, Ocala! ., and m besides :20 cents for poor.' Union, 13th. Tuesday, 17......10:42: : 11:07: '.
Wednesday, 18......11:3l": : ...... j o'fhursday
these the Chapel 1 of the lood Shepherdin
\ and referred the committee
A excursion of to
I largo colored benevolentsociety canons Brooklyn 1 which the bishop opened Sunday Public Debate at JUiiffhani School. 19.! ..... ...... 00"::
i \ t i : from Jacksonville came over to port Tho council\ passed! a resolution\ designating \ before last, and tho church of tho Holy To the IMUor of the Mirror : Friday, 20)..... 0:58: 1:32: "

naudina on Monday last Tho quiet, good St. John's Church, Jacksonville: as the Cross at Marguoritn, near Sandersonhich The annual contest in declamation and I .

t order and admirablo behavior of these respectable place of meeting of the next annual! council.A has been l'oll:< 'l'rate1'illlill two years. He- debate bctwtcn the Kali thlIic tlIHIl'olemic ESTKUF.H. -
T i l' received sides these eighteen churches completed: with May :2-:Sch.: Samuel McManing, Reeves, t ,
: and well-dressed excursionists attracted telegram was from the convention \ -
Societies of School
in t time last two :years, or now advancing, to Literary Bingham came Charleston.: r i t
J attention and favorable notice from of the diocese of Georgia; viz. : completion, with m the requisite funds for this ".11' 011 limo 29th) of April.Tho May 3-Sch. Anna Dell, Connery, Dean- 4

our citizens: and set in n good example 1 to excursionists now in hand, the bishop remarked that a exercises under the I
Wo cordially return were general su- fort.May r
:} in general. They were accompanied ings. 1'saln14S (Ulh your hearty greet few weeks ago :l,500: were deposited subject '. 7-Drig Mansoh, Stubbs, New York. i .
verse T. Dortch
pcrtisiiui Adjutant ,
to his order, in bank in New York, for timeerection May 10-Schooner Lizzie Wilson Wilson
t, by the Union Brass Band The Mirror (:Signed i ) TIIOM\H HUOWN, of a church on Fort George; Island", Joldshoro, N. C., assistetLhy Lieutenant A. Rockport, Me. I. f.
I has to uckllowlelgl'1111'asmt screnadcromtho JOHN H 'ltlnN: which will bo completed this summer and a ; May I1-S. 1'. St. Johns
; Committee of Convention\ of Dioceso of la. L. ann, of Madison, Fin. ; Sergeant p. C. Vogel Charleston.
bund, whoso music was of the best description few days since a thousand dollars: more were Bryan, "f Newberne, N, C. ; Sergeant J. P.Moore May 11-:S. :Western::: Texas, nines:!, New :
J and well executed. II. K.: Dotterer, I' !I'I-, treasurer of the diocese given him by (gentleman of Hartford, York. f'
Conn., to bo appropriated in the }bishop's" discretion of Fernaudina, Fla., and Cadet J. 1' May 12-Dark Morgen Loderlluss.Gun-( )
J The Union of the 12th says : made his annual report, showing receipts to aid in the erection of churches Rivers, of Somervillo, Tenn. derson, New York. 1 1cl.E.tnts I

Ten cur-loads of freight from tho eaters on\ account of general/ fund and diocese making twenty church edifices( in mill,10ddeliwitimin A special' train, which had been chartered .

Texas arrived. here via the Fernaudina und mission, $2,099.49.: Balance/ on baud at two scars to those \previously existing to the ladies of Peace Institute arrived .1'
Jacksonville Railroad in this diocese. Ami these, the bishop bring May 7-Sehr. William Flint, Pendleton,
I yesterday.This last: report, $1,801.32( : ; total, $1,560.74 ; disbursements. added 1, are not ordinary, secular-looking:, laden( with its fair freight Philadelphia.MayOiSuhr.i .
,\ freight left New York on I riday, the / $:!,S8.43: ; balancoon hand, $1- buildings of the school-house type, hut are Two debaters and two declaimers: were II. W. Anderson, Dabcock,

ith, reached Fernandlnn Tuesday, the 10th, t Ii;$;:Arrearages of assessments on parishes all built from designs from ('IIIIIIIl.ft'lIt| professional chosen from each Society and stimulus New York. t
as: n
and Jacksonville Wednesday, the llth, being for past year, 1880, $:-In.j.: architects, and arc thoroughly May 13-S. S. Western! Texas, Hines, New
I to greater exertion, a ()hlmt'l..1al was offered
timber roofs York
style, inn ,
inside] of live from
days York. The
The report of the Women's Auxiliary Society and in almost all, stained\ \ glass windows ; to the best debater. May 13-S. P. :St.; Johns!, Vogel, Charleston.:
t I certainty and celerity with which the Mai- for missions was read, showing collection while none are encumbered\ with debt, ur Promptly at 7:30: p. mil. the chapel' was j

(It I Tory steamers: place freights in Jacksonville mado through that society during the ownership ot'PWt'I, the sittings in them nil crowded with an audience waiting for the Dark Mentor. IS I'ORT.
'J. I by the tll'rORll enables nn order to be being open and free to everyone u1ik111'- ;
ns: follows : Bark Lodcr. '
1 year sides these, time Dishop added the Church at exercises! to begin First in order! came the Morgen
filled in New York and delivered to the merchant St. John's Jacksonville $; !!.1." Bark Suppicich.
: : >
; Trinity, Milton and the one nt Hibernia, which were declamations. The Polemic Society was: represented
: II in Jacksonville in six lays f lainesvillle $12.50: Comforter Crescent commenced than two l aresutllciently Dark Guiding: Star. '
Holy more
f ; years ago by Cadets C. :S. Bissell, of Charleston Bark J. A. Drown.

I: t \ Wo learn with great pleasure that a movement City, $10.10 ; St. Peter's: Fernandina. bo comfortably advanced usedhilo toward completion at Madison to\, S. C., and J. 1' Lindsey, of lleidsville, Dark Usko. '.

.;,, I I is on foot (to erect a commodious house $112 ; St. Paul's, Key We.t, $ jl).42: ; St. Mandarin, Like Caino, DC Land, Orlando, N. C. ; and the Kali tllenic by Captain J. D Brig Manson.Schooner "

'.' t of entertainment nt the beach Nothing Mark's, Pulatku, $20.87 ; Church, :Monticello, Yulaha and Fl'rllalldill11I'IIIUrl'\ \ arc now Ha wee, of Wilmington, N. C., and Lieutenant Schooner Samuel Lizzie WiI!
'l i I would conduce to a greater degree to our $19.30 ; St John's, Tallahassee, $122.77:? ; in active! progress for the erection of church S. "'. Melton, of Columbia, 5. ('. Schooner Elias Moore.McManing.

I I I city becoming n summer resort for our own Trinity, St. Augustine, $157.51 ; l'hri Pen- (y which the coming, it is hoped year,,will and be which: ('lIlI1pldl'tllluring added to The dirlaimers: acquitted} themselves well, Schooner Anna Dell.

people) than the l\1\klllgofiluitRble: provision LqcollMO ; St. Luke's. )1Irinllll$10\ ; tie| twenty before named, will make tu-enty- clearly evincing the wisdom of the societies Schooner W. 11.' Jones.

for the comfort of visitors, both in our St. Mary's, Milton[ ; $$1.9(1) ; Christ, Cedar nine church buildings erected by the Episcopalians in choosing their representatives.The Schooner II. \\ Anderson.

J'e t hoarding-houses And at the beach, with mod Key, $2: ; 0 rnCt', 01'41:1. $10.27 ; Hl" '. 11. H.S. three in this, diocese, in the brief period of debate was next in order. Query :

erate charges for board and carriage hire. Martin, Palatka, $20; total, $l,3!>0.39.! In concluding years. his most interesting address, "Should women have the same political Piano Instruction.Miss .

j- r We hope. the company incorporated some Resolution of general convention recommending the Itishop paid a high tribute to the Wo- privileges as men ?" The Kulisthenic Society Baltzell will give instruction on Piano

It : I years since for a street railroad to the bench appropriation of percentage e of meiis', Auxiliary Society in the aid of missions : by J. 1... Durton Forte. Address through post-office.
was represented Captain of
'. will reorganize under their charter and communion alms to the fund for widows in the diocese, a branch of which exists ii iiO..M" .
put in every parish and m .sion. As Bishop Greensboro, :N. C., for the affirmative, and Private School I
I 1 the road in operation We have heard an and orphans of deceased clergy! and aged having: the chief responsibility\ for the Cadet S. W. Tate, of )[Mebaneville: N. C., for Mrs. R, E.
1 q excellent suggestive remark that the upper and infirm clergy, was\ referred to a special missionary work of his diocese, he warmly the negative and the Polemic Lieutenant will open a permanent
i. ; }private school in the
cabins: of the City of Auitin might be committee, who reported favorably thanked them in his own behalf, and in be- the Baptist, church on
\ removed upon NJth of
of May
half of hit: whole diocese, for the great aid :5. II. Lloyd, Wentworth, N C., for solicits a generous
d at high water, placed on a lighter and the proposal. share of public patronage. Terms
jj' 1 they had rendered to the work accomplished the negative, and Cadet W. II. Haonlou-, liberal 1
{. J 1; t landed on tho beach and located as bathing After a very eloquent speech by llev. R. and urging them! to redoubled energy ticello, Flu., for the ntUrll1at \'e. of Apply 8 a. at m.the and school 1 room between the hour
II. Wellcr in in view of the rapidly-increasing denuinds p. m.
4 room, support of the resolution it -
W' : for the Church'l'tlilrtt: in extendingthe The debate was spirited, each side showingby FERXAXWXA, May 1881-3111..
i I :d 1 r Our Coast. was (passed unanimously.A work now being carried forward with their pointed arguments that the subject -- m

: 1't; The Lake City Reporter says: : resolution reportesibyasitecialconuuittee such cheering success. He particularly complilUl'ntt'l..l had been well considered. Notice to Tax-l\iyer
t. /1[ ( recommending an assessment/ of ten 1 and thanked tke ladies of Hr.Juhn' After all the exercises I am now ready to receive
[ ; Would it not pay the l'lor Central: Railroad were over audi tax returns for
''r 'i in connection with l'mil. II. T. llaya'sHteaiuers cents per communicant towards defraying during F,the Jacksonville,$772 who: this have being contributed nearly ence repaired to the dining hall to partake a the present year. Blank returns will be furlushed +
Iff'i past year at office
l' to oiler cheap rates to Mayport expenses of clerical membersofgeneml my over (5. tark'otOI'\, corner r
have fine furnished the
double the amount that they raised in supper, by cadets for the of Centre and Second
I t)i i during tho v.immcr! that Buttering humanity vention, was passed.A any previous street
1'1' hereabouts might be permitted to get oc year. occasion WM. II. Gvnnxi
I outline of the Dish
breath of breeze resolution recommending tho This report i*" but an The of the cadets, ended lEKXAXDi.NMarch( 10, lssi-tf' 0
r casionally a sea: as well as adoptionof op's address, though it is all our space will pleasure on the
if I: i oe the government work now going on ? the plan proposed by gemicrtleonvention, enable us" to give.i next day, when all their guests departed, I -

i i Tho game suggestion, we think, will strike and strongly uf'I'tlln! the bishop's address. The/ Dishop was followed I by the Rev. Mr. leaving them to pursue again the old routine Notice to ('iy T.n.-u"t"I'H.

mj our railroad managers with force. A round of a stated contribution by I'ad'ltnlUuni- llodifcr und the llev. Mr. Williams who of hard recitations I AM now ready to receive the taxes! on
; ticket from points in the interior to Fernan- cant of the church: to thc":1\hl..r missions, made admirable uddro.se, with a few closing 11. U. O. real ao,personal property assessed for
remarks\ by the nelr. Welltr.Vo ------- -- the year 18.! } fur the
diva fin Daldwin or Jacksonville would, no was adopted. \ i-nngnitiilate the Episcopal: church on (),'cuaUf'Lewd at a ISargatn All property, on whith City the of t'crnandina.

doubt, prove remunerative to the railroad, The bishop invited the convention to a reception the siietv\ of the courts they arc putting A valuable tract of 310 acres of hammock: ht, 1'>wl. will taxes be remain
forth ,for the extension of their faith, and regard land, with wild orange on Orange JfnTCn"rVne advertised
grove .
and) a great pleasure'' and comfort to thousand : at the Episcopal: residence in the ; who have mid for IH.SO
r the building up of M) eminently conservative Lake; for tule at a baiyuin. For i>:urticulanaddress will please
1 In the interior who would like, to visit evening., present their receipt '
:* ; a body in any community as aoiirw 0 C i. H. FAIRBANKS, "

1 the washore.. .., Icction.'I'fl'\ held for I'lalllinltllmit) \ of tjtisfact'ioii to all lovers of law und April :: l$'I--Jt Fvniandina. 2.Mt Tax Collector W.01"1'sWan\: ('uunt.).. '


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