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: July 23, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VOL. III. l FEKNANDINA 1"LAt SATURDAY' ULY J !>l at) 1 1881. NO. So.

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',I, ,s1'.17'I; 'IWS. mouth of the cambi.i: for their tow, I /.cry. timber tram-way a l basis. of a }permanent I our people will extend every aid :and facility

".'1:" ;'). __ while Vessels laden: to2:\\l l feet will j.lhlcw'r The thunderstorm in time early morning) railroad\ : to the Indian riv'reOlllltrOlll'u the company may require in pro'ucuttng

ftS'"'" -:; Aldctnttt our bar as safely as xcs'cl of 21 feet now go.rranlfUn. of the Etta xvns! one of unpivci'di-nled xiolenee. of the :St. Johns steamers passed! down the this important work and thus manifest: their

/'f( ( Very few persons in our county have hail 1 1'cIPaeol.r Uat'ltt'. More especially in con"cquoiicc of other night xvith an SntoroMingand! valuable entire confidence In the .'olllpnny1111 the

I occasion or time to examine the country I the low altitude of t the dOli'"' anti the amount t cargo; It consisted of live turtles, pineapples work It propose to perform"lulf{ .

: north of Gainesville to the Santa: Fe river, or of electricity. The 11'h'I'e of the kind and watermelon There were a tuna l'I'/I:1ru.
< .\.'\I.C'IIIOL1 IT W.Xs IX l87.M II ,\SIT
I northwest t of us to the Natural Bridge, on is ix 18 8l.-The intention of this article I isto called chain lightning; IIIlrIIl'k l several I weight of turtles: UK)) barrels of pine-apples! I IAKK CITY xs A KUI.KOU Ctt.TF.lt.-Bv
the same stream. In characteristic features times in this xlcinity. The fluid struck the and hundreds of watermelons. The !stowingof examination of the
show the Increase of business of Apalach. map It will bo seen
t. "qt differs from all other section*, except in ieola, and with what. rapi'l rides( she i is hou"'oof Mrs. llaydon, resulting! in severe the freight was quite} as interesting! as the t that Lake City is tin terminus of the Florida

I the wood-growths, to be found in all FloridaI : ) that made shock' to the inmates; and alight damage to cargo. The turtles were placed around tho Central Railroad: : from Jacksonville}; on theSt.

I hammocks and rolling pine lalld The early gamingIliecnntnicrciu reputation the house and crockery, but doing no other edge of the boat lying on their backs, the Johns!' river ; the t'ensaoohi! ; it licorgla,
make all of of the
and continues to proud
ii u
'. i-settlers. of the county, who were good judges In 1 875 Whl'lIpaladlicola damage.: Mr.I Mixer, teen personally: observed melons 'c\ll'yill ing the cent remil the pineapples known noxv Itlw Jacksonville, I'ensacola!

I! of the bent lands: crowded into tent !section, .name\ (Apalachicolcans.' to from the nllllo l'lllrt.IIII'i"i! the storm, reports the bow., I It xvas t\ luscious) eargoautl & Mobile) from 1'ensaool.a. bay and to connect -
was recover
The majority amongst our most sueee' ''fuli : that it rose with great rapidity from u illustrates the variety )products raised on with the .
j the; panic of IS'(3-I; which, with the gales of Alabama system of railroads: '!,
farmers inhabit those sections) now. Many Southwesterly 11Ircdioll,the.J"uII* hciin unusually the St. Johns.-Mr. Collins, Auburn, X. and the Florida, Southern (now being built
the of all )
f of them are! not only !self-sustaining! but are 1 KS73, swamped capital our merchants low and of inky hladIIl' lie reports Y., has purchased i :a piece of ground. in this from '1'lIlI1pluy and Charlotte Harbor
what left after the on
4 making money. llcing twenty miles or more ( was bankruptcyof also that the rain-Iill; was unusually city, ou xxhifh he will erect a building in tlin Gulf. Its
the firms caused the geographical position
,r from railroad or river transportation, they milling by panic) heavy, over throe inches: falling, in a little which to carry on a banking\ business.! Putnam it
business began to revive but Mill the tonnage points out as the probable\ point from
.i have\ been hampered greatly in wetting their over I two hour The 1'1111.lmp:1: were of extraordinary county I is a good and secure place: for wlllchroa.1
to Macon
nn. will bo built
m entered for, the fiscal year ending July ns
1 crops to market ; but they have j'roaperelin sire and the tuupcraturo\ fell luaningnloucy. A balkofexehuaugewuuld: it will
r 1, 1370, was only 50t( tons, and clearances immense!' saving) of distanceover
"the face of all disadvantages. Their fertilelands xery suddenly. No other damage! resulted doubtless bo great accommodation to our tho
( present routes North It l.s
231 The alreadyconnected
tons. timber
have been tHeir best and most reliable sponge, oyster from t the storm as far as known, and 1 our business, men generally.Wnam (\>in>(!/
and fish trade was in its Infancy, and with the seaport towns of the
1 friend*. They have never disappointed the people mill be grateful for this bounteous Journal State
:: the Florida
our population only about 1 l.ooo. Sony, upon system of roads.Among .
toil of the patient and faithful tiller. Hut !supply! of water, which nay needed In all I'olnsta.Mr. .
alter a lapse of (five years, wo have a population the best harbors In the State, Fcrnandina -
the wide-awake farmers, there are anxiously! sect iOIl"-Cedar[ Key ./ocrn nl,
: )Morrow of Indian river, informs: us
on the cast is classed tho best.
of over 2,0{0 souls, forty to fifty vessels as
II awaiting the construction of a railroad, engaged in thespongcand fishing trades, ami Marlon. that one year he mtUil :$lpN\) from a single 11.lirl'l.t line it is only about seventy-five

tAl which twill\ tend to increase their population, five large mills with capacity of over':J4)OI.IO+ Tho engineer corps on the Tropical ]Hail- acre of Irish potatoes lie !has grown an miles) : to Fernandina, and there is u probability
appreciate the value of their lands: stocks, road have reached the each for six and has had but
I feet of lumber per day. Tholonnagcenteredand v t'illityof Wliites- acre year years, : that in the, near future! direct line

I i l etc., and furnish the great advantages of cleared. from this port the past. year vine fifteen miles distant: from Ooala, and one failure, when his crop) drowned omit lie will be built to that port which would avoid

1 ? quick and cheap travel and transportation.Of way : Coastwise entrances 30' vessels, 8,233: : are pushing ahead with all possible speed. also has in six acres: of cane, now rattooningfor complications growing out of time, vari
:i': all others that Section presents inducements The encountered the sixthline/ which him last
force hills
tons; foreign entrances 11 vessels, 2,811 tons ; grading severe :! paid year ou!I com panics representing the present route.
tf1 I to the construction of a railroad total tonnage, 11,07 ; coatxvi; clearances on the outskirts of toxvn 'It o their progress is $ IOO to the acre lie says times are mighty '}'I) us it "I.'IInnt only plausible: hut'vcry

I 1-1K through it the most inviting. Movements 50 vessels, 11,8 10 tons ; foreign clearances 8 necessarily: ) sloxv. They has: e applied for the different with many on the river than when probable that Lake City will become the Atlanta -
( ntir arc on foot to utilize the opportunity of engine and next week will t first went there few when
begin laying they a
years ago of
Florida. The Florida
vessel total Central
.'1'J, *, 2,2X:!!! O tons: ; tonnage; 1 It 130. : Kail-
making a good !investment in a railroad This does not include a great many vessels, ('ro!' -tiel and Iron. As,ftooii as they reach\ they had (to ask! a few days credit at- tho road: (to Jacksonville Is only sixty miles long ;

through }it. It i is a good sign I that there is probably over four hundred, that would be the level pine wood* the progress will bo \torl-fl'l'1ing!! uncertain whether they would it I is crossed by the Transit Uoadat Italdvvln. ,

?l competition as we )learn, to build railroadfor \ called Srmt JZtsterns in size by .some of I the much cheaper. They expect to reach Sumterxille get it or not. The same experience I Is being which gives) it the advantage; of considerable

the control of a large undllnnlla\1\ rowIng live cities of East: and South Tlorida, that by Christmas.-OmAjJKinnfr.Orange. had everywhere In Florida We venture tho freight. In tho past this short lino has been

ro trade of that section. Wo have never".doubted do not enter and clear the custom-house, IItlll'Y prophecy that in ten years, and probably one of the best paying roads. in limo South,

; that our good citizen" there WOIIIIsuon'r trade; in the custom-house: district. Tho! Milo! Harbor came to Floiid.t from New within five, there wIll be a larger Income on and it I Is very probable tlmt; it will bo purchased
later receive this, coiiMderation.
R or special -
Aflvocnte. tonnage for the coming year will no doubt, Hampshire last fall apparently far gone the money invested! in agriculture in Volu- by some company who knows Its
t be four times: greater than: that of the past! with consumption.' liehad111111severalhctim-! bIll county than in any other county in the VII '-hde City Kcrpnrtcr.Crosslies .

Itradfonl. twelvemonths. Olllr two mills have \boon orrhages efore J he rcachi411meruund had I one United Statesof.lmil'rieaoutsideof Florida. : : have been distributed along the
The following is the financial statement I I'ulur i.c (''atII'"I'lt' .
running until very recently, but about 20-, or two light ones: soon after his arrival. "'c old MiiHcogee branch of road, which is: now
of Bradford county, Fla., to June 50, 1881 I :
f To warrants not cancelled as: pert IIOOIlfl'd of lumber and timber have boon saw him a few days ago, and were I pleased l to lU 11.110.11) ..WU'W. under the control of, the l, uisville & Nashville -

? auditor's i books.......... ............... !?'!!..-.J.;. <<.122: : shipped the past year ; and we will xen- meet a well and hearty )looking man. Ho COll1pU1'ho\ propose placing it in
fly warrants in treasurer's tore to say that the sponge oyster and Mi has spent\ most. of his tlni'1 In the open air, In another 1'Ia'lof to-day'.s will hofOIlIl.1 Ilrt-class condition.,, '1'hlwork, together

l; hands ready for cancellation : trade has amounted to over $,iOOOf(+O. The 1111,1111I11 tho hearty, xs'cathiM'-boaton! appearance \ ( paper\ with the repairing of the wharf, that extends
notice of theSt.
i as his ......$nn.la! :
per report "live towns" of (::ant and South Florida
t Ityfiiiulsintrcasurcr'shandsnot :: } \ of an old camp'aL'nrr. Ife[ I is well Johns it Suwiinei* Hlvcr Hallronll Company lo deep water in the bay, will he rap
included in the above. 151.00; that consider that they are entitled to be pleased with Florida: mid'I with his experience whkhropn"iO to construct a railroad idly )pushed 1 so as (to bo in readiness for next
\ \
k Its funds in hands of collector \ called live totv'ns"when they ship a crate hero, and will 11111',11o hack: to limo from headwaters of Black creek to tho winter's hu hll! l4. Creosote plies arc now
of revenue .n.t per,,verbal *>f l-imiaf"I *', a K>"rrcl of l.rnno,' rrca ""I'I"I' N..Il. Onoofihi', ; whl
? report.; ..;.a...?:....:..... :!U w i-l,lGj.13; other Jostav.--.( induct rtos: b :Suwanee river iV distance of about seventy- being brought to tho city. and everything
vegetables: ioxv and I then, has herrfofoivtict nathiJjVv'ajtaokrdln.th'spart
exlmressthickpleasure !
A '(flvenlTI1.'r1Uir: (tthatthisrotimltill; p.iss' mtc.vu'kwith a!spirit,xvhich gives promise of)
$IHI.OH!) ut seeing ApalarluVola gradually of the State i is bee-kee11 img. The few I through one of llio best farming and timbered big things to l'lIllItJ.-J\MIIC"lt, Ailvunro.Wo .
becoming a live town," but forget that a who have tried it and who
OtJIKIt DKUHH AM dlKDlTS : by o.xperioirVe." are informed by the secretary'thata
!sections of Must Florida, would seem to ;
-. I5y amount due county on assessment !- town 'niuy \h.) prosperous and jet not sell"tatter \ or peculiar adaptability, know how to go to warrant the belief tint it twill\ ho built at an meeting of tho Jroon Cove Spring MelroneUaIIroad

of 14< >0, us per tax book... :077.70;: and other garden truck.1' Apalachicol.i xvork at time business properly have succeeded l'lIrly.lay. We know of no projected 1 road Company: has been called to inert
-- has not a vacant house in it, and people admirably, lever l Sturdivant) ofMaitland in (
, : irccn Cove Spring, at 12 o'clock
:: 1Jm(;: ) In limo State which has the certainty of more m. on
INtimatcd: amount that will are coming in every day, and we cordially whim \vent into the business: a few )loud support than this one. It will\ penetrate \Friday, .Tub} 20th, inst )Jtiistncs.s, : of importance -

I not be collected of the invite all who want to find a homo in the years ago with 0111.IIIIC. light stand to !start It thickly settled "section of flay Hrad- will 'jo brought before the director: ,
above amount account Italy of America to come to Franklin coun with has
made xvondcrful
HUOWSS of it and hence
: full
a of overcharges! errors (ford; nil Alachua cllIlItles.'IINO tho great a meeting : desired. In this
I. ty. We don't care what religious and has
or demonstrated
your the
insolvencies! at........ 450.N possibilities of the bulk of the sea Island .cotton crop of the connection tae may remark (that xve learn
Amount due by county on political opinions are, but as long as you intend industryYhat he accomplished; leaves the prospects of tho)road und
"Stale I is made. !It will\ also penetrate one of nrogood, grow
accounts audited...... ..100.00I.OO to work and debt.* extend
not pay your we lit) doubt that with judicious management I
7 / It i Ii
the heaviest! and best timbered sections! of every day certainly anluipoitniit
-- you a cordial xvelcome. Congress will bo
I intelligent
Due and outstanding debts of / Florida the Slate. Nor is this all. It wIll run almost enterprise fur this section, and all!

county..!................................... $1,313.37I certain to give us!: the $SONO necessary! tol'ompldo may rival fruit-growing) as a profitable : centrally through section of country should put their shoulders to tho wheel mid

hereby certify that tho foregoing is: a our channel and the work ofdredging business.-The good,l people of OSI'l'olallll'e peculiarly xvcll adapted\ I to orange culture. help it along. Captain J Davis, the secretary,

correct extract of auditors report made July ,. will begin October 1st. Wo see for set an example xvhich Ilie oh tier town of the There is no mistake! about this. Wo have further informs us that Major Vngclbach,
.1.1 1881. 11. F. YORK:, Apalachicola a very near and bright future, county should. follow at once Along both '
the farmers the \ vice-president: is now in Philadelphia in
Clerk and Auditor.' great yellow pine forests .
which is certain to be
realized unless tho
sides of the streets pf their tow have
II they the Interest of the road and has been
l' and the orange trl'CIIIIalollg\ this }projectedroute fully
comet comes in contact with tho sun very planted out a line of live oak trees which
Tax levied the commissioners
by county to !prove tin correctness of our state empowered by tho directors to deal with
soon and sends all) to Paradise.-Apalachicolit in time, will make cool and
for 1881 : slll\llya\"cllul'1J capitalists.: Latest )vices from him
( Tribune ments. The projectors: of this road. us" will a< ant
On account of county tax: propl.'r..4 mills. of the streets.! They am to be commended be seen by reference to the notice of incorporation very favorable In.leI, and it Is nhmlMt"t'l'r-
On account of county building. fund..I mill. lIlllHbOl'olfglt.Ir. for their good taste: in thus embellishing tan) that tho ,'olllPllrlv
Oil account of instruction are practical business men and run .trot. nil, tnnrli.money ,-,--_..

t ; ......... ....county.;.........public......................3 mill*. Van Fleet received yesterday a J letter their attractive town. The value! of property .I represent considerable wealth They also HH they xvant. Ir. "'lIrlz. oneof the
from S. II. Carter, chief} engineer in charge will be enhanced, ) ten times as much as the I possess: : tho requisite energy and ability to host civil engineers in the United States, has

I 1 J Total levy for all county purposos..8; : mills.Encatnltlit. of the corps making the survey of tho cost of this work, while the attractiveness to fluvnce cipitulists,7nmd\ ) can easily command been employed l to make tho survey, and will

Jacksonville, Tampa tt Key West Railway, visitors will of itself: 1,011 lasting compensation : \ all the money necessary: to build and'l equip commence operations in SeptemberVit7i

,.,, c.c At solicitation of Mayor Tarbhv who written in Jacksonville on the 12th inst., to tho men who have done this work. the road within reasonable space of time the liberal land grant made to the road by
r'' has, in which ho states that ho We have frequently ur;'od upon the citizens! the State;
communicated with all the bondholders left tho surveying Ituilding a railroad from the headwaters of << -xvith its magnificent timber-and

,, t' a meeting of thel'ensacola city creditors .party about eight miles northeastof !t of Orlando the value ot'11U.le tree upon ]luck crock passing Starkcand within striking the fact that it gives an outlet to a fine and

t will take place in Montgomery next Timesi Loesburg on the 10th in,-t., and that the our streets. Hut we all require) much rest distance of( Lake Ilutlcr 'to the Suwanee growing country, wo know of'no safer investment

day. These parties will represent, we un survey xvus }progressing \'lJfaIJIr.-\\"l' I to make us comfortable' that it seems as if river, will be a much easier job than buildIng whatever for l'III'IIIII.-Gff'; ('I,4NPrinp

;' derstand in the neighborhood of $I00NY), arc rejoiced to learn that little llloxham we have no time to drvote to adornmintn.Orange .- a road through U nexv, and unsettled .

which is more than two-thirds of the city's the youngest of Mr. Micklcr's children who Comity Hrjmrler. country. .\ splendid support to this road SMALT. ITEMS.More .

indebtedness, and' all, it is said, have signified !- were the victims of the t fiendish brutalityof Volusia's assessment .roll wan ready forlhecommi.snioncr how awaits !its completion. The' country all attention should he paid t, the small

_ a willingness to accept twenty-live percent the murderer !Sidney King is recovering on till day fixed% I by law, along the line of this .projected road I is! thickly I industries of the farm and 1.lantaUon-a/al'/

} ou the present claim, provided new (rom the severe injuries indicted on but no values! were ihangcd by them, and settled)' a thrifty flans of farmers who, butter, |kjultry, eggs, small fruit, garden

: bonds are issued bearing four per cent interest him with a knife.-The putting down of no complaints were entered! by any of the. of course, will la-come feeders at once This the truck:daily, etc.revenue These are from cash thlmsouree items and,is though.
ij for The administration sidewalks& on our h the most !. tux-payers of the county The value loan increased quite
tweutyyears. present tercets positive enterprise+scsses ad vantages which, when Rinull. tfic yearly aggregate will bo found to
madeano\'erturetothlll etTeetsome evidence of a progressive! public spirit over 23 per cent over last year, !and fully understood, will\ commend it to the amount to a respectable turn, if the matter

onths since, in the adoption of the 25 percent that has appeared in Tampa since the war ; is now $2i:!IJOOOO more than it was 'before, losing far-seeing capitalist, and as !it i is designed to tine has received Orl the consideration It merit. -

ordinance.-J'entacola Advance. and the present city council is certainly to the large part annexed to IJrevard, as it be a great feeder to the metropolitan city, rn' (.Inuttry {Viiitor.Correction. ,

4L; w The bids for the improvement of I'ensa- be commended for doing what almost every is now over 800000. I'opulatiunabout 1,(% ). I. we bane tho utmost faith in its *uccesx.St'irLe .-' a'

h cola harbor were opened at Mobile on Mon: one admits ought to be done. This improvement -Tlu car-shops of the South Florida RaIlroad Telegraph In noticing the proceeding of the United l

day, and we may expect work to commence can but add immeasurably to the at' Company at Sanford are in a suf lcient- THE JACKHO.XVII.LK, T.XMI-V it KEY"Y.IT States Con rt, we erroneously stated thlJ allow.

at. an early day The proposed Improvements tractiveness of the place in the way of comfort ly advanced state to accommodate the car- It.ULW.\Y.-Wo learn (rum thievery bet authority minces to the receivers, for time sale of Ute!

will commence with dredging a twen and tend to render it much more agreeable builders. Home \\'l'.k"lIlnce truck, Irons that arrangement have been made roads: as $ .OOO each. We are now informed>>

ty-four-foot channel through the bar A to Inter visitors. Although there may and other material fur the construction urI to protect tho interests this railroad that the sum allowed was $0,000 for both.
system of jetties will be built to turn the be grounds for some complaint as to the con fcix I more cars were rwelvwl and )(r. A. 1>. comjuiny ,_.
in the lands
granted to aid in its
I 1-'current which has eaten into the laud and struction of some of tho walks and the failure Stlntiford, !in charge ha commenced work con List of Letter
ctruction and that they will find In the'
r .:;; left but a bare remnant old Fort Macllae, of the authorities t.) contract for the ou them. It is the design, we believe to Itcmainlng in the Poat-Oftlceat 1'ern/in.Ur-

;; ; directly across the bar through the dredged same in a legal and business '.)'et no one make of lhe.ntuterial: four ilat cars and two recent purchaser to! not of only the four yield million them all acres the adisl'usitiurl na. NuHHau county, .'Ia., July 21, IKSi. iVrNOIIS -

r channel thereby not only maintaining the doubts the integrity and honest purposes of box-can(. The track to tI.e ir-ehop from the falling/ for these letter must any .alverIIIe .
have In these lands
rights they but to
..... depth but most probably deepening) The the council ; and when it is rememberedthat main track has been laid with attendant. aid them In materially user)t

contract for dredging the mouth of }:scam. it is mainly composed of young and in* witch.-&jt/W/ Jwfiuil.1'uttHiin.. I at tho earliest pushing through theirrood .*, Thomas K: '-iit-iwiif J( .LI A
practicable moment.This IJorwy. HeronlcttFranklin. JcHVrson. ,Joshua
} bia river has also been I let, and the contractor experienced gentlemen, whose only fault ItIwiiig railway company deserves and, ought ) Joseph little, H

with his: machines, will be on the spot imbued with a spirit of progress, it U The railroad and wharf, on tl,(- oouth nidi I to haw, the earnest cooperation of ull the Hurkin, Mathew \\'il-H" IsabellaWiliun.

-. ready for work during this: month. Major hardly probable that any great number of of J, A, lk>ad.IIIU'; e at Hollxtown Is "' \'lIl..1 l i fieople' throughout' this, section of Florida. Jules liorton. Irate MnVH

; Hiram Ilaiaps WI"'III Jetllt."r"t.)1 of the I citizen of the' place can be found who are by )fr, White, who has u large tract of land I'I They have: gone to work In good faith, have, William f+ ,'.. Youg. ArthtU'.u
T. iionM. P ,
harbor has 'Len in of the di. not charitable enough to overlook whatever
charge near|hi. point and this road was ronktruite nearly ixmiplcted their line of survey from -
\biuii extending( from .\(>alachU! *>la river to faults may have been committed, and 1 applaud for the l'urltO'U{ of Irani-porting the' lum.I ,here to Jacksonville and .'oleel that we are l'WC'ate ScA/rbjtiJr i !
Mobile The improvements the council, ) fur its hmilsni! in i Mrs J.. ):.*. I. ..
consequently making 'her to the f tt.! Johns. It i If about four mile betraying no ecreU wb q'1"0 bay the company \ (niiiUr will'olwrt'a jesua.
I will be under his isiun which Is I dfjurturc in the Considering I cent l.rivat.ho.,1 l in the! 1iq.tistchurch{ othol
superb am- a new right direction. lung. It is rurnorc-l (;
Mons)4.I,1Vayles) ) as it !I. now orgaiflied. .U of .
possessed:: ) iem;
pie guarantee of the work being w eli du, everything the present council has : of Wu..hingt.ia (sty, who own al.u largetr.a all the money and) cmllt "fl4.ulllary /'I> oomph share of lUIt.IiItaU'uu4t| !. f4fotJa Ul.ra7.l",

before another winter has rolled by we ex. done well, and ef'lIl|".e. ullt.f)Its pr.+!M.-cu>ni, -tm lit |laud in the *ini vicinity\ pr" } tf their Hue of r
j'ect to * it ... 'ur. UIJlU, d. I sit: -JH,

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.1 SU3tMF.lt LONOIM1.!, her with Sinclair in a !shop and asked boldly and when he did\ so went between C :and 7- your daughter royd emphatically.
?t to be introduced./ Miss St. George was! very a time when he knew Dorothy was very "That is Miss St. George: she answered "It is quite true," answered Lady Heauri'
gracious to him She smiled enchantingly unlikely to be out. At last however, he haughtily ; the words "your daughter" wage calmly ; "ask him if it i is not so."
I must away to wooded hilts and vales! that Jack straightway went olFinton towering was one day compelled to g go Into the town rather angered her. "I won't ask you Captain Sinclair, because
Where broad, slow streams flow( cool and rage and scolded) her all the way home. early in the afternoon, and abut half way "Pardon 111('." said! the little old gentleman 1 have too much faith in you to believe -
!silently! ) at which she laughed more heartily than hc< down the high street he saw Jorothontl politely ; this lady," taking Doro it," said the ho!'tc 9.
k And idle barges: Hap! their listless! sails: had ever heard her laugh in his life Toadc Montagu coming nn the same side of tin thy's hand and leading her a stop! forward, Unfortunately: it is perfectly true," Jack
Per me the !summer! sunset! glows and i pales ;j to his wrath Montagu informed him duriiif strct-t.! They were close upon him before is the Countess of Heaurivage.: You are nov returned gravely
i ,j And green fields. wait: for me. dinner that evening that Miss! St. George< he perceived them, but he did not hesitatea the Counter!! Dowager ;" at which, theatri, Why?" some one asked.! t thoughtlessly
was really very decent looking "and I be. moment. He turned sharply) to the right rllll\tulll'iet'e, of news Dorothy burst out Why ?" lie repeated. "Oh you must pet
I IonS!shadowy/ forest where the birds licve I pawed! von on the river one day last and crossed!' to the other side! without s o laughing, and her mother sat down and Lady Hcaurivapeto J tell Vou that !1" at which
Twitter and chirp at noon from every tree., week." he ended.. much ns a look and without any recognition quietly} fainted: away. the young countess blusned) so vividly crimson
I long for blossomed leaves and lowing "Yes and you turned( and stared at her whatever. Dorothy}) turned very white. Not only had great honor come upon them that very one laughed ; and Mrs Hoi-
herds ; as if she'd been some little milliner girl," but she kept a brave! front\ to the world and but also! g'r'atHl1l1h. The lately deceased. roy d, to spare her further confusion, made a
.t And nntl1l'e'l'oirc8 Min mystic"words, Jack replied, sulkily."Thoicnalty laughed: it off as usual Montagu tackldl earl had managed shortly before his death, move and carried her off to dress
,, "The green field* wait for thce. | of beauty, my dear chop," Jack upon the subject that, evening to pick violent quarrel with the heir pre Of course! there's no truth in all that
? t: I dream of uplands, where the primrose! laughed, Montagu! lightly. Now, I assure! Now, I tell you what it il i ; Sinclair.: he' stimptive, and to annoy him had left a will nonsense about your cutting her ?" Major
shines you, I'm so accustomed: ( to be ogled that 1 I said. leaning: back in his chair and surveying giving an exact account of his marriage am' Holroyd asked when he and o Jack were leftin "
And!! waves her yellow lamp above the should feel quite uncomfortable with people, Jack with much amusement: in his eyes. what had taken place !!since and leaving every possession of the hall.
lea : who didn't admire me." "your behavior is: what I call uncommonly farthing! he possessed! to his: daughter; his "Oh, yes it's true enough," Jack answered
i. tangled{ with trailing vines;; "Miss! St. George didn't admire you at all "IIUbh", Blow hot, blow cold. you know"I ,\wife he left unnoticed, but then, as Dorothy !; bitterly "If I'd known she was
j' Of vistas copses, skirted swung with tall pines, events" retorted Jack, with a short laugh ;; \ your own business! tllrnl"flJllck !said! it didn't much matter And so the staying here I shouldn't have come, and nIt *
Where open field* wait for me.I for she said !she never saw such a s-crew in sulkily. sailing of the rocoillte passed apparentlyout is I think I had better leave you tomorrow. -
green her life." Ah I conscience touching you up a bit of mTlim 1\fl. The romantic story of the ."
think of long sweet afternoons!!, when I At which Hryan Montagu, who was really ehV ehI, it's what you must expect while Earl of Heatirivnge's marriage and the succession Jhlt what on earth has she done?"
May lie and listen to the distant! sea a very pretty oar, though perhaps with a you behave as you've done lately O. Sin. of the beautiful young girl to the "It was just! this way : Lady Heaurivage
Or hear the breezes in the reeds that sigh, slight tendency to !Screw," was, for once,, clair, you've n'great deal to answer for I I title was naturally enough wafted Into all was engaged to me, and jilted me-for Mon
Or insect voices, chirping !shrill; and dry, taken aback ; and registered i an Inwurll'ow You've brought desolation! into a once happy the papers. Those containing! it were hand tagu. That's the whole story, Holroyd, and
In fields that wait for 11I('. that before many days were over he would home grief to a once happy heart. Of ("lIon board the Crocixlile at Malta, and read the less I sec of her for the future the bet
pay Miss!<< St. George; out with interest for course, it's right and proper' that t .: you should!' almost) t simultaneously by the two men who ter."
I These dreams I of summer cone to hid mcfind that unflattering remark. .\lIllpa i )' her out, pay attention to the fair sex ; their youth had known Dorothy St George most intimately "Then why doesn't she marry Montagu?"
The forest's shade, the wild bird's.! melody. how? As he had made many another girl ail beauty demand it ; the honor of your in her days of her poverty. Sure I don't know," Jack returned for
While summer's rosy! wreaths for me arc suffer hl'fore-hrokl'n'hrartl'll fur the cold regiment requires} it ; but you !should not "Think what you'\e: missed Sinclair," lornl)'.
twined, hazel eyes which fur her hail been wont t to i concenlniteyouratttntiona, my dear chap drawled Montagu. Who would have Because" Major Holroyd! continued, "he
yl While summer's fragrance lingers on the I II have no coldness in their clear depths ; for you should. not concentrate; they should be j thought of little St. George; turning out a has been running after her for three years
1l I wind, the straight-featured classic! face winch had: \ more general and I less marked countess! in her own right :? Hy Jove, it almost to my certain knowledge. lIe worships (the
f! And green fields wait for mc.k made Itself her heaven ; for the :sound, of Hut Jack was sulky as a bear with a sorehead equals a novel !r'' very ground she walks on, and she always! ..
k the smooth persuasiveoice which would,l and would have: : no argument on the "I !suppose! you'll find it worth while to seems as if the detests him. To be sure, one
\ TIll LAUi'-KlLLKR-lX-CniEF.: fall upon her cars never: luore. or, if perchance !subject Montagu was obliged to have it go back and marrv her now ?"' said Jacktat- can never tell what a woman is up to, he
,---- it did so, fraught} only witll1lijhtillg all to him: f1 I Do know Jack, that I don't know indifference more hard to bear than silence.! on his tongue; he never let Jack rest a mo 'Pooh Not I I amused, mvsclf with that they need (Iri'e01 away from tea ;
Ii who I 1\101 you I shall, never.know it." That was the ,plan )rr. Hryan: Montagu: ment."Ah. her ; but us for marrvinp her "'- lie did not you've done nothing to be ashamed of." j
1 Yes, told inc. Don't talk about marked out as Mi"syt t. (George punishment.< ,, you may well look !sn blue," lie finish the sentence, for Jack flew at him like No, exactly," Jack answered.
yes ;
1' r it." you Accordingly t the following afternoon insteadof would cry, with !such a conscience\ as you a tiger and (flung him headforemost down "Then voti II stay ?"
tl}' f "But I must talk about it ; you ought to betaking himself! to the club or his more must have-enough to give you blue devils the companion ladder ; whence )Ir Bryan Yes, I'll !stay," holding ont his hand and
i; know," she answered To begin at t the beginning favorite river: he turned in the direction of fur the rest of your life! Think of the Montagu was picked upextensively bruised griping his friend's hand, a display! of feeling
h I must tell you that my mothers the village in which Mr, St. George's little young affections"you have blighted ; think nail very careful to give Jack as wide a berthas of which he repented instantly and
fl ,name was Meredith., At 1G she was left to house was ; and, as luck would have it,just t as of the irreparable injury your heartless: con- was compatible with the capabilities/ of marched off up stairs, wishing he hadn't '
the care of her uncle, a clergyman in North lie passed: the Cothcrstonc's house, he aw duct has wrought ; thiiik'of the gray hearth the ship made such a fool of himself.! All the sane\ ,
I I Wales. Her father also hail: been a clergy Miss St. George; emerge from the gate of her now made desolate, the light heart which CUI'5C'ou !" Jack shouted 1 after him. I man. She had not been many weeks atII cottage and turn down the lane lending to t the will be light no more Look at him, gentlemen don't believe she would have you at any the tire/lid not consider he had made a y
i Llangwy before she met my father, who was river lIe followed instantly! and reached appealing after the manner of a counsel price !" And yet it puzzled him to gues'swhy fool of himself!' at all.
i staying in the neighborhood for the trout her as she was about to pass through) in a court of justice, to the grinning officers Dorothy had acted a" she did.\ "Queer concern that" he muttered. I'll ,'
fishing. lIe fell in love with her and married the little ,pate which opened into the liver:\ round about ; "look at the depraved: < One week the regiment remained, after keep an eye upon them."
I It( her; III)" great uncle married them him Fields: Mr. )lonta lifted his hat with his individual who stands hl.'fore'ou, the male landing at a place called Doolalcc; and So he] did; but he learned remarkably lit. ,I.
I j self. After the marriage they went abroad, most! fascinating smile. Miss[ St. George; flirt Ah! well, well, Sinclair, of all my when they went forward to Unaporc they tIe The intercourse between 1111lll'auri.
I and one-day it came out quite by chance that blushed becomingly nail half drooped her sins! and they! are many, 1 do not carry on marched without Mr. Bryan \Io .ngu, who vane and Mr. Montagu was exactly as it had >
1 !, he had been married under a false name- splendid eyes. Mr. Montagu thouzht! he hadnever my conscience the shameful weight' of returned to England by the next steamer. been aforetime abject worship on his part, 4
j j George St. George lIe assured her that the before beheld so lovely a far('. Mi*!* young, fresh! affections trifled( with won He had seen: enough of India during these persistent' snubbing on ]Ien<. Jack Sinclair ;
i legality of the marriage was certain. Her St. George thought-well, !she looked as if and thrown aside. seven days! !he said, but Jack Sinclairalwaysfelt kept aloof from both of them 'and spent i
r told her also that his reason for deceivingher she! found herself in Arcadia. Poor Jack I he met Dorothy often enoughnow with a thrill ofsati'faction.! that he: had most of his time with small Ethel, a child of J!
f \ was because his uncle; who had very "You arc going for a walk? lie a ked. ; Dorothy always alone:with no Bryan something to do with his return. He had 10, who had been a great pet of his in the old t
Il large unentailed estates; had arranged a marriage Well no. I am going to sit by the edge Montagu: in attendance, but with, oftI! such not forgotten the time, not fardistant when days! before he fell in love with Dorothy St. 1
r for him ; and if he heard anything of of the river and read," she replied' a blanched face, such a world of woe in the Hryan Montagu had talked of the delightsof George, otherwise! Lady U'auriYIIge-and ,
g: my mother would probably cut him off with "May[ I come with you and talk illlteall1"he azure eyes, that if Jack had wished for revenge India with what was nothing short of time slipped on. lIe came in one afternoon !
'f i o but very small )". My mother never asked imploringly:; there it was: Hut Jack wished for rapture. Three years passed away before after a long day's hunting tired and wet,
troubled herself about it ; she loved him, 0 yea, if you like," she replied calmly, nothing of the kind. The sight of his false Jack Sinclair returned to his native shores. having missed! all the others and returned .
arid she had perfect faith in him, and so thinking what lucky thing! it was! that Jack love's white face only made J him miserable, He did so then because he had come into his alone. Just! as he reached the hall he !saw '
:a few months passed over. He seemed was safely out of the road. being on duty so utterly miserable that he could have: fall'l inheritance, for his father had gone Into that Lady Heaurivage, with three of the children
although quite :young, being only (..evenI that day. en rayed his knees in the very !! ( I higher region i where such things as earthly clinging about ner, coming down the stairs ;
and-twenty at the live of the marriage, Anyone, who could have heard: their conversation coup her to try and look happier : heI riches and troubles have no place. But he and as he never met her if by any chancehe -
I I to have had a most passionate and unforgiving that afternoon must have laughed 1 ;,. temper, as my mother found to her even if it had been Jack Sinclair'= himself\ tagu as he sat sneering and jibing at them been sent for, reaching his home, alas too the library thinking! they would be goingon
f cost-:and mine ; for one day she angered they were so awfully polite to begin with ::4 table, only that would not give him late. And so he was! no longer Jack Sin to the drawing-room. A moment later
i him so much that he left her. I fancy she Each scorned to lie trying how fascinating back to Dorothy; or take away that piteouswoe clair, the dragoon, troubled with numerous however, the door of the library opened 1. and
\ .S had been in a passion herself, and had cried he or she could be; each seemed\ so desperately from her face And then Montagu took debts and other difficulties! but Sinclair of the four, not seeing the red-coated figure in
t out that she no longer loved him. Whatever anxious to make the other pleased.: his: long leave, and Dorothy grew whiter Cleve, the owner of pood) estate, the head one of tl.1'deep window scats, entered and
1 it was, ho never forgot or forgave it. You They got along like house on fire, which and whiter, until at length 'he missed' her of a }good county family. It was perfectly went to the other end of the room, where
shall never see me again,' he told her: ; 'and I is, as every one knows a tolerably rapid altogether and feared !she must be ill. Onceor astonishing how nice e\'Cryone seemed to was the fireplace His first impulse was to
t\ f' you" shall never know who you arc.' From rate. In fact, theyTrot'oirsortvctr'tfmt-Mr.MontagwhiH twice he felt talincJioelto.tmpte.ohit'l find {him '1'tI-sl'Usamq! people whohart get up mill gu away, but ho oaNihJmt' lo
I .that day to this she has never seen him For already advanced} ft't: far sal personal past and gM' tfi hcrj'fmt; the remembrance looked 1 very much askancjat' that!dreadful that without speaking to Dorotlland if lie .
",, f. anything we know to the contrary he may compliments ere )li! t 1 ; have been a chimney-sweeper.: Mother went out she really must! be going home, with an kept' him back. She wanted'Montagu, and after all, young men willie young men, and !stay : therefore he remained where he was! ,
j hack to Llangwylt and I was born there ;jI emphasis on the "must" by which she evidently Jack Sinclair would be of no use ; and so that wild' oats are best sown. Some ]ladies almost: hidden by the curtain, and listened
E I and when her uncle died six years ago; we intended to convey to him the fait when his turn came for long leave he went e'Cn'Cnt so far as to affirm that the wild patiently while Dorothy related a long fairy
i came here, to''starve upon .t.0 a year,'* she (that only stern n'cssityeomp'lIctl her to away, sore at heart as was ever Dorothy St.: est! young men make the best. husbands. talc.
broke off bitterly move at all Hut they got still further before George: with hers breaking; for the love of Tho!'ewereladiesw5thmarringabledaughtcrs\ : "And then they were married and lived
j Did she never try to find him out ?" they reached the gate of Mrs St t, George'scottage ; the man: who bore the nickname of the Hut they angled and baited their traps for happily ever after:" said the soft voice tenderly
i Uncle Meredith did; but mttthvr was too ; for after a little circumlocution she 1\dy-KII .' -in-Ch ief, him in vain. Jack would have none of bringing the story to an abrupt termi
r proud" promised to meet him at the! I same timo and The Cuirassiers' had left Hlankhampton for them. His mother remained the undisturbed nation.
I, What astrangu elilor\'I" Jack said! thoughtfully place the following; afternoon. All the same Colchester, tn route for India and Dorothy ) mistress! of Cleve, and his sisters! : declared Well, and what then ?" Dick asked eagerly -
', \ t ; "and 0, by Jove, what beastly' temper she raided! but very little objection before :Ot. George: had seen nothing more of her that he must have left his heart in ; "what then, Dolly 1"I
r, ( he must have had !I" she consented and Mr. Montagu felt he had two lover! since the day that Jack Sinclair India. Jack said Exactly so," and then( "O( nothing more than that; she answered -
; ",Ah! that's where mine comes from," rejoined never come aeries a cherry so ripe and readyto went away on long leave. True, Hr'unon: they wondered why: he hadn't married her. with a!soft laugh ; "what more would
r 4 ; Dorothy calmly. "Who's that, Jack?" fall into his mouth" tagu had cn\Jl't1\ twice, but Dorothy had not Etlie suggested' g that perhaps he was married you have?"
t i an a boat passed! them a grnl'cfullmtflgger, "Hallo, Sinclair! he called out to Jack seen him being; indisposed! .-otherwise lying already, lout the strong monde! Laura! scouted People are always happy when they get
1 \: r with a mun in white llanncU: who came us whom he met in the :square.: Down in the on her bed I in the exhaustion which usually; that idea altogether. She was sure Jack married," put in Ethel wisely.
: : near to the bank as he could venture:, evidently mouth eh? Ah, it's an awful nuisance not conies after violent wee'iug.tr.[ Memtagu would not be such a fool as that. Who told you that?" Dorothy laughed.J
.' ". to stare: at her, and whoafter a salutation: being able to get out of the square, i-n't it? had !stayed half an hour at each time, talking 1 "You ought to marry," Laura: told him "Captain' Sinclair said so, because this
r to Jack, sculled away and was out of!sight: in ; Particularly when l there's n moo young woman !'l'rell.Iwith Mrs.. S t. Georpc. and left one dftv. morning I told him Jinks was going to be
: ; f no time. half a mile on waiting for you" ? And I with graceful regrets that Miss St. Georgewas "Ixaetly'said Jack easily. married and he said, Happy in ks !' Would
\ i '' darling, Is the handsomest: man she did look so nice this afternoon. not well enough to see him ; and, that Then why don't you?" she asked. I'm you like to be married, Dolly ?"
f in the service: ," Jack answered, Wo call The hot anger leaped: into Jack Sinclair's had been all-that wo the ('nll.n,1 yet sure you're in love" "It would quite depclllt,''' Dorothy said
j. ; him the Ladv-Klllcr-in-Chief: gray eyes, but his heart grew cold u* lead she could' not forget the: past ; she was not I "Exactly.: guardedly
t ." ,The Lady-killer! -in-Chicf had changed hislaunch within him, for he had never felt very sure allowed to po out of the house, for a terrible To say the least of it, the answer was dis If it was Mr. Montagu?" Ethel suggested. "
J f ( : for his ordinary clothes-light gray of Dorothy and if Montagu made lip his! cough had taken hold of her; she could not couraging. However in love or out of it. .
I' ". trousers! and a coat of gray velveteen He mind to go in for her, he knew well enough; ret anywhere; she thought herself that she Jack did not change his condition He went O, no, not at all 1" very emphatically."If .
certainly, as he sauntered down the high that he would spare| no (tains to accomplish was goIng mad. As the year grew to a close about in t the character an ineligible bachelor it was Captain Sinclair. He's very
street at Hlankhumpton,- merited\ the homage the desirable attainment of putting his that( and. the day fixed for the embarkation of and seemed to find the position a very nice you know, Dolly."
which was his personal appearance is, Jack's) nose out of j joint. the regiment drew near, she persuaded her pleasant: one; at least he made i when his brother otllcers "poke of him How d.> you know ?" he prowled. mother tn take a daily purer, that she mightsee attempt to alter it. He had returned from I like Captain Sinclair best of any one 1
.as the handsomest man in the kien'lce. The "Hecau: she has been. with me for the the latest, and indeed last intelligenceof India in the summer, and during the autumn know" Ethel returned critically ; "a'nd he'
t only fault in his face was its. extreme coldness last three hours Montagu returned coollv. them She was not hard to persuade fora and winter seemed us if he was trying got the prettiest dressing-case! I ever saw.
cold classic features, cold blonde hair, ." I don't believe it !" poor Jack thundered I, )great dread had come over her lest her to make up for the society he had mused And he's goint to buy mea watch and chain
irreproachably parted: down the middle,and but all the same he felt from the other's child, who was all she bad in the world during his sojourn in the I ast. The familyat when he goes. tack to town-a real one. you
r \brushed, : ( 6trai behind the ears with manner that it was true. should be taken from her; and so for a time Cleve saw but little of him until Christmas know ; so, Dick you may have the old one
out u hair. being out of place; cold hazel "JiM: as you like of course< my dear the paper wo-s left at the house; daily. The !, when he remained at home a whole mother's keeping for me.: I say Dolly if it
eyes, largo and beautiful in themselves ; and chap," said\lontaggu carelessly: ; "but go i news about the Cuirassiers: was but scanty fortnight.' At the end of that time he went was Captain Sinclair?"
a cold smile, like the flickering of a feeble along the path: leading through!: the River and Dorothy U'l"l.tn! fling the paper down northward to pay a long-promised at "Captain Sinclair would not )have me."
.I winter bun over tlnowtoPl'e.1 mountains. Fields to-morrow afternoon between :3 I and I II and sigh pitenusly each day, hoping that the the !house of a man who was in the Cuirassiers said Lady Heaurivage, with what sounded to -
.\.n utterly l'ullllUIUlII'r. too-which to women 4 l, and you will see for yourself next would tell tiwrc. And at last the sightof when he first joined the regiment He Jack like a sigh,
seemed irresistible-and perhaps: the Sinclair( turned away without answering. their own name caught her eye, and she had a long; and cold journey, arriving about I'll ask him if you like," Ethel cried
most cutting caustic wit that had ever made flr' Montagu's quiet manner had Idlli for the first time looked at the i'taper with an hour before dinner. Major Holrovd went obli/-tin/- ly.
,itself felt in the mess-room: of the Ulank- without hope. Of course, the following;' afternoon I an interest unconnected with the royal: regiment out to the door to meet him with a tlouMnllalllIO' "No,-thunkyou," with a genuine laugh.
+ ''J ,hampton ,barracks. Swaggering leisurely he went and saw for himself that his: I of Cuirassiers i for not having been at the station, Tell us another story, Dolly, do," put in
down the high street he met with Dick.soii, comrade, had spoken truly There just visible I > three miles away Jim. imploringly.
i '. who as a matter of course, stopped over the rivers bank, was,Dorothy's I marred I : "The fact was, my bailiff came in just t as I Do you know that the bell has rung for
Whew have you been?" hatless! golden head, and in I suspicious nearness I was starting ; and as his business was urgent the nursery tea," Lady Bwmrivage asked
.. rye 1 been fur u |pull The river's awfully to It Montagu's sleek blonde (caput; I I North 11'alespby the Kev. David Meredith, -roof of n cottA% tumbled in, worse "and that you were promised! some honey?"
Jolly to-day, ami-by-the-by,, Diy kwon "- and while he stood there watching! and !!, ttr (!it.... :St. George, gentleman she is re- luck !-wh)'. I was obliged to go round and I forgot. Come:, Dick, Ethel, let us po,"
plunging at oncc into this*!sub eet up|>crnio.xt I half hidden by (the hedpe. her merry laugh MUe..tcd to communicate immediately with make some arrangements: for the family until and away the three youngsters: scampered.
t in his thoughts; --"can you h.'lImc who that rang uut upon the still summer air in a goal| M,:ssrs, Owen, Lucas A" l'\' )., (iriv'slnn road, it can be attended to," lie explained. leaving the library to the other two occu
girl Is Sinclair goes about with-lull girl with ; which reechoed in Jack's heart like tlu 1-ondon, when she will hear of something to It really did not matter Jack answerI.i .
golden hair?" death-knell of all /his dearest: anti o. Oh her advantage" i is Mrs.: Holroyd? O,there you are I" pants.n" so they got married and lived hap
"I don't know her name" I believe: Sinchair he was reaping the whirlwind no mistake I Dorothy fl'aliit aloud to her mother. I as.. he followed the host! into the inner hall. pily ever after," said one of them, moving
s going to marry her. ., about it. What doc- it mean ?" she! erietltlmink-l I How are you? And how's our old friend forward into the firelight.
tiomg to her? Ah. U: it settled?" "Now, dill'olllo as I advised?" Montaguasked I ing it might have oiucthing to do with- Ithelr': Lady Heaurivage started and
v' -' I really marry)mow. Shul s a ,'er'luulIl. him at mcs that night in a tone of II with- "Orn1110n'tt'r.!' ," Mru.Holroydlauphed.: jumped up from her teat violently
some girl remarked Dickson carelessly.I sneering/- trIUlUh. "Are you convinced* It is to say your father i Is dead: Mrs. St. "You'll see her presently, no doubt. You'll I did 1 pot know she
were there
''' 'Uncommonly' ," Montagu replied( with !tang you !" cried poor Jack pa 1 ,.k.natelv. I I George), replied;an ashen hue overspreading have a cup of tea. Captain' Sinclair? I re- confusedly,you wondering anxiously exclaimed if=
what for him was great warmth. "And ttSinclair's I!. her face."And. JUf'mtll.'r your old weakness for it. I think he had heard what Ethel said about himself
serious?" "1h' no means, returned Mont.ign l ealmly you will write?" you must know every one here excepting \fy little friend Ethel he said
"Oh quite sol" adding, with a laugh, going on with his dinner as if that was II ".\t once,'* she said, in trembling voice perhaps, lady the urivage." "asked you if would like coolly Mon
ij: ha she' taken' you rather TCo use ; she'sawfully the chief object of his Ui>tt'It('('. "Youshouldn't '. If he has relented thing may be very different Jack turned from a young lady who was tagu and said you Oh marry
you no, not at all f
+ In love with Sinclair. allow yourself to. sty into such for him J
\ us. greeting! effusively with a preat start. it not impertinent '
Foou 1 l'lll'ul him 'out in a week," cried transports of rage, my dear chap; it's! not 't tgood I Two days |>a.sed. by and no reply i-ame. Yi-, there she was The one love of his did 1 not give to the same reply, may when I ask she why asked 01
Montagu! confidently."I [ form, to bttll'ith; ; it's: bad for the Dorothy! was wildly curious fretAillv impatient life.o longer pale, no longer with that you another ?"
don't believe sire Il look at vou." digestion-bad every way. You're dcucvd l and when on the second morning the : look of hunted pain in her great azure eyes Lady Heaurivage question
"' Von', she? Well,'ou'Usoo;;" and then good fellow, Sinclair: but you go intoeverv- pitman passed: the house, intensely. di"at>- but calm smiling self I I. and fittingJlt'ar remained silent, and
I- s I the two men parted and went their respective thing with such terrible earnestness, 'it( jtointcd. to her was Hryan Montag. Jack determined .Jackcntnuec.l.the f-i
ways:I''!, neither of them in the (least' aware spoils l you, my dear fellow and it will lie I believe it U a hoax," she criedBut as lie held out his hand with a grave } how !is, have same reply han
t t.I, that- the subject of their conversation( was: .getting you into trouble one: t>f these liars i It! was not( so. Toward noon an iiu- bow, that his visit at lark's Nest would be gu\11!" I you not ) onta-
Just! within the door of the .shop behind take my word tr it." |IK.T.iti i i'l' '' m..vUnsoundodthMiih,; the house cut rhort on the following day by a plea of ..rghl"l cried
tliem. and had heard their l whole conversu- Hut during the! weeks which followed, tin<1 lthevt .iu en who h h.td, srtfii every day to *urgent, ,, private,affairs. much dignity, Lady with Neaurivage\'tr large, without amount


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THE PLOltUiunHOlt : JULY 23.of .

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: -- ; : : and 1 J.i'.** .11 0 it tears ; and Jack's heart was not of dn.1 AVAXNAH, FLORIDA)\ ,t WESTERNRAILWAY. I &\cry Thursday for Vpahu-hlcola.\ ,
mantine far every :OlItlr.tfor: Columbus! f5a.,
quality) so as Dorothy was
cerned and somehow his found f.uihi\ Ala.Connect. f
their way; round so her, and the gO.tNhea.1 arms) : "'n, cross, Short '.hu'. \ .* with :steamer ((1. (jlll\h\
his hrea. I' -*- : cnn'lII.tw for Apalachicola,
was ,pillowed on !
"What did you .do it for ?" he asked after i and after Sunday, Juno :20! J, 1S31, Pass every Tuesday\ for Columbus, and :
awhile, without much regard for grammar. ; : ; : Trains: will run daily over thc Way .\11\. .
:Short: line follows : (Connects at I Lake ( .Itwith !
.\n.llh,1I !she' told him of the conversationshe : 1 as
overheard and how she had determinedto Florida; Central Railroad for :\ '
Fast t Mail.I 'hhprvssIe
: ami St. Johns! )liver: Fernandina .11A11, STi: AM
pay the J..n.1\.Kl1Irl". out in his own coin, S. i SHIPS
never considering! that Jack would) object : \ \' Jacksonville.... 7.\111.: tn. 5.2p.:! in. KcWIL1.Lnl. O. A ... .
( ) .lal'l, lIn'.ll1c.... .tlll'. in. 8.10 a. in. (General; Passenger
\ |
"And I thought afterward, !she' stammered
. .. .
......... 8.42 0.22: --- -- -- ---
rnllahan in.
that only wanted an \ a. in. p. Will leave Cellar Key
excuse to get out of it."you :' \\1I 't.rllss..lUlj a. in. !0.15 p. in. iriLOIMDA) CENTRAL: : .\ .

"Oh, my darling !" cried Jack, reproach : ) :: : : \"(' Jesnp.12.35: noon.' ll.o p. m. 1_ { NEW ORLEANS EVERY OTHERFRIDAY. :
fully. Brunswick: ..... fl.\Ml I p. mu. 5.30: ) a. in. lIIH1IH:' 'T. .
'+ And. so they were married and lived happily l I Savannah.... 3.00p.m.' :!!.N\ 1\. in. Leave Jacksonville :
ever nfterwnr,1.J.ollfSodcfl.. Savannah for Leave White House.. :

u___ __ _ __ Florida................. 1.2t in. 10.30p.m.: Leave Baldwin ... !):: )
Real INIalo.roic : : M aeon..... 7.;}() p. in. 7.00( a. in. )Leave Jal'h\.illl'. !I: )) KEY: WE01': \ HAVANA
'Arrive Charleston. \1..14p.: \ in. 8.50) a. iii. heave Sanderson... ):
-- -- ------------- : ]EVERY OTHER ..\TUllnA Y.
\' Charleston: fur I.eayeOlnstee) :
) Florida.: ... 7.10a.m.. ) 3.30: 1 p. in. Leave Mt. Carrie. : .:
\ DESIRABLE HOUSE CONTAIN I ( \' Atlanta........ :3.50 a. in. 12.50:! noon Leave: hike City :
1live rooms, with Closets, front Piazza, '\ ) Augusta ........10.0O) p. ni. 1.45 p. m. Leave Lh'l' Oil k. :: PARSONS .t HALE
large Yard. Orange, 1.1'm01Imll Banana (,\ Montgomery... $.O" p. m. I Ix\ive Madison... : Agents
Trees.! Centrally located, rood title, etc. 1.1'1\ : \" Wu llIn toll.... 9.30\ n. in. !>I.Wa.llI.> Leave Drifton) :! (Cedar .Key. Fla.SIT.TI.TIEIl .
:For further particulars, inquire at this ) -- -
Washington: i daily I cave Tallahassee :
office.. _. 4tfroit \ : ,t 1'. R..............10.00\ 1'.111.' IO.HO: a. in. 1 Leave (?nines i ): s'llrllILE1TIlE :
---- -- (' \ :\ Washington dailylimited : Anln' C'Ii\ltaholwhl'c: River........ : -
SAM: T/ 'a : ( express! ). !I.llIn.: in. : Inuu.: *
Clnl; :oill E:\ST.
(COUNTRY' PLACE containing : New York daily,
A of 80 acres :20 of them cleared upwards L'I\ ) '. 1 It. 15. G.I5 a. m. :5.20: <<1 p p. in. Leave Chnttahoochee River.....,... :: -- -=------.*" *. "",, '*

situated about !six miles from Fernandina, '/\ :\ iScw\ York daily, Arrive (Quincy. : : '. JOHNS )l M | vrv: POINT)}
and accessible) by either land: or water : rail \ ) (limited ). a.\) 1'. m. .lrrivc'I'nihahmiss'e. :: ) l l
road runs within one mile. Also one mare, \ :! : ': preM1 .Ia express iI\'. .\rrl\111hinou......... ......... ........... :: .n
two boats costing $1500: :300) young orange t;; ; :- Mail ,daily except Sunday Arrive Madison...1 :\
trees! grape vines! peach and quince trees, ]/(' Arrive Live Oak. I :
farming: implements and over IOU( head of TIME.I Arrive I lake (City........................ :<
Savannah. ............ ....... ......... 71 hours: Carrie
fancy chickens. I lea :!! Arrive Mt. ( :
New York....I 17] hours
For terms of sale, apply to I,{'a ) Arrive Olustee: : &
I Maron( .12:! hours:
I :30 A. 11. :NOYKS.rpowN Lell Arrive Sanderson; : / : .
.. .
.. ... .. .Ill hours.
f. _u__ / ( Augusta Arrive! Darbyville. (\:: ) .
I < \\'aMld IIgton.: hours. Arrive Baldwin I\ ... (
\ : .
:! FLORIDAROVEM Atlanta...19 hours. ILL 1 leave Fernandina Jacksonville
Arrive White ]House( !
f :' Charleston! t hours. and I'nlatkn,1111(1 Intermediate land-
Arrive .' .. \
IMPTHE ] KNT COM1'ANY. 'a'kllou\.llh'\ : on the St. John's River, and Savannah
] : THROUGH SLEEPERS.1: (oNNEcrmoNS.-At:' Baldwin with Charleston! as folown:
Jacksonville to Charleston. "'. I. '1'. It. R., for Cedar Key, (
.(' \ ) -\.VJacksonvlllo:' to (I al'on. and Fernandina, and all points From Fernandina
T. \ ) ,Jacksonville to Montgomery. West t ;; at lake (t'ilfor Tallahassee JACKSONVILLE AND:, PALATKA,
Len ( Savannah, and all'points North ;
lYrnaiidltin, Lea with Johns err1VERl')': WEDNESDAY.MFrom ) ];
taking the Savannah: sleeper at Jacksonville' St. ,.
Town 0. It. 1C. Line*, arriving at Savannah at 2.00 a. m., may ers. j. s. :\ld ..
1.cn ; : in the car until the usual hour of W. M. DAVIDSON, Master Fernandina

And CVdar Key.Offers (, \ : in the morning, 7 u. m. Superintendent.ItooliN t. ; SAVANNAH A.M.: CHARLESTONrorEVERY ::
I.A'I\ I" one change of cars to New York. -- .. .. -
Lcn ; sclI I'rs going to Montgomery and New andIIOIIACI Stntlon ; : FRIDAY.-tfcsr.)

l ?1\ : take the evening train l'OIlIll'dlolII1n.1I1 with steamers' for .

l I.ea' \ :\ ) < I'lIhl'r.i from lino of Transit Kuilnwd ': i) It I: [ \' \ Enterprise' also with steanir
the evening train at Callahan at li.25
Ol'klawnluHin'rt; id:>o at Savannah
to J.csset.sIlll Purchasers: large 1.1\\ ] m.' .. Wholesale and Retail steamers for New \ ork, Philadelphia,
number of the most eligible and desirable )
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes!<, or for !: .\:. Mobile( Railroad either take train ST.1TIOitEItY: (' for Xt.York, Philadelphia, Ba.lti.
\ .
(City or Suburban Residences: ] :\ ) Live Oak I leaving 2.15 I'' m. and arriving Boons. ', and with Northeastern it: South Carlo-
\ ) Savannah: at (00 a. in., or train at Jack
Railroads for routes North, East and!
.\ ( And :
viile leaving at 7.35 8. III. and arriving at .
UPON EASY TERMS.I ::: 'annaII at 3 p. in.
at Savannah: with steamers for 591VEST!) : BAY :STHKT:: .ASS: PASSENGER!\ : ACCOM MODATIONS. -

York, Philadelphia, Boston! and.. Haiti- :: .
Liberal Discounts on Values, allowed. to !. JACKSONVILLE( I ) '],Il'krtIlIl! tlltt'rl"IIJfjcclrcl1
parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial :: :; ((. at Charleston' with steamers all information! furnished; at ofllce) cor
enterprises: who will erect on the! property ( ) New York, Philadelphia and Bait hnore. Centre and Second streets
purchased\ substantial improvements on Brunswick!! t Albany; Kail: road ). C. A. NOYES.Tor ::!.
for residence, or in which to conduct their ; n' J 1II't101ltally (except} :Sunday:: ) for fti"'S'hool HooltM" ait. ---- --' ..- ---.-. ...

business.! \ at -i.-IO p. In. 'THini 1141cy 1 .'Nt,
INDUCEMENTS)) TO MANUFACTURERS (' ) ? Tickets sold to all points, and :.11. II I.NIIEItSON.11NIIEIt'I'AIER.:
'f'"s' RATES ,VIA
-Cl1r Berths reserved at till Savan .
by exemption for a term of years from \ ) }
taxation, offered by the several cities and L'n Florida it Western ]Railway: olllce\ Nn. '. St>aniNlil|> 4'O'S MNK:,
town.. Ai>i)ly at Vet .Bay J<;trl'l.tj; also, at Til-kct..Ot1ln'
) it:; ilruuourlctt 1Ja.llruoul' \:orilCr Hay
;,"oml'C cor. Beach it 7th sts., Fernandina. I1o all street, andat TjckcToillro\ Flor ,\
16-tf a Central ]Depot, Jack>on\illu, Fla.JAS. .
----- l '1\ L. TAYLOR:, tiC.tIIRYING
TIII: rioin General Passenger Agent.
1. S. Jl.\IN 1 1-*::;, General Manager. :'M: )
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I.l'U -- ---

OFFERS .\ << / MOBILE(()) 1 RAILWAY. : THE lf. H. MAIL.

and after Monday, May 2, 18S1!I Trains! -
OOO.OOO AcrcNOf this road will run daily as follows: FIFTH ST.! '].: .\ )
: WIIt\U w'I*,T. 1: of the staunch and] elegant Steamers
I the most:' r of the above Line will ]leave Cedar' .Key
] \\' Lake City.12.30: :; p.m. ,
ACCESSIBLE: AND DESIRABLE Welborn........... I..Ml '.nt. BURIAL ltO 11 EH. METALLIC: )' Monday] at 4:001: m., for

Houston........... 1.38: p.m ) )iN(: COFFINS AND .. Manatee '
< |>ii, ,
: TJIESTATE : ,: Live Oak:..:...... 2.otTp7in7;; Telegraphic orders promptly' .

\' Live Oak.......... :-10) p.111. ---- -. And Itraidentowii,
OF FLORIDA, \ Cnster.. .IS 1'.111. Iliicr and Ocean .' ..
; : -- -- ] every Monday and Thursday at 4:00p. :
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At only $1.25 per acre to new settlers, with l \' Ellavillc: :3.30:: ) p.m.: ) m. for
\ : \' Madison. 4.15 p.m. MALLOUY'Srioim ( ...
the] privilege! of selection in parcels of 40 ,
.... .. IIIINNIL and Key .'Nt.
: (; .....:.. :5.45 .I"-:
acres or more. These lands are located on \\ Jreenville ; ) ).\ STIA.IISIIII: :
and adjacent to the line of the Aucilla............ O.JO'p.m. -
: Drift on. (li.iorm--! : ;: : \ \' mailo at Cetlar'Key with the

ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA : ] \' Monticcllo........ :.1.50 I) p.m. Only fired Line lo New Transit! Railroad\ from and to all

TRANSIT CO.'$ It. 11., 1> : Lloyd's,,,..,....... 7.15 p.m. North and West; at Punta Russu{ with
] vc Chaires'...... ...... 7.40 p.m. Level.- for Fort Myers( ,. Fort Ogden, and

extending from FEIINANDINA on the Atlantic ::: -
Tallahassee. H.25 )I.m. Tickets arc on sale at Fcrnai
to CEDAR KEY: on the Gulf coast, Tallahasse........ 8.50 p.m.) Jacksonville\ GaineHville, and Cedar
thus affording to the producer cheap, constant : Midway( ........... !>.:3t; ) p.m. at greatly\ reduced rates, for all princi
'- -
and rapid transportation to the best : \' Quiney..............IO.2S ).m. ) on the Gulf (Coa' !'t.J t.
M, GALPH1N. Gen'l
ship { \'(' Mt. 1.I'u..allt..11.01$ p.m. Ag't,
markets, THE: FINE] : HTEAMSHH-S] ]: CVdar] Key, Flu.Ji .
The belt of country traversed by the Transit a. ] vo Cl' ttI.Jl'l'r; ...11.50)p.m.iOt.VO ;: :_. : -=
It. R. embraces +V ST. MARY'S Hl\'J.m"1i:1: :;
( : WKHT--BT. MM'.KS IIIVI /nx.
z :\ ; ) !:: ( Tuesday, Tharxd.Iyxoal! Snturdny) E.11i: IAC'KITTHE : CO111'ANY.
o= : gVmym.ry] : OF !SOIL:: \'C Tallahassee: ... 0.00) a.m. C'lTV OF I/,1141 awl ] ; V(! Chattah; for \'c, St. Mark!....JH(>.35 a.m. (;4ti
.?_ :
to be found in the State, a large ]projiortion }'
trfHWoT.. of the above Steamers
being j II.t\1iarlyadaptecl to the culture of ONE .
[ \' Chattu. HIver.... 1.30:\ ) a.m for New York :.:: ...Y....
StMi-Tuoi-icAL FRUITS and : Vegetables ; \ arrival of afternoon
Early !.'t.; [ ,'e Chattahoochee.: .. 1.311! a.m. ilay on
find The Large, Comjxict Bodies of Tinder -' '- ........ .\I..,.. &l'l"nun........,.....t...,.. "..Ii.., .n......... Jacksonville and Cedar Key HTKAMEIW I
This line, having no transfers
make these lands worthy of C.ittKFUL EX :: :5.52a.m.;: : lid w.t'n .. O 1C A "31A IlTIf A,

.! //. .77OJV by manufacturers: of LUMBER To .. )11<1wa)'............ Ii. 11 a.m. RICIIAKHW. (.uptal .

AND: NAVAL SToat 2.20 : ve Tallahassee:(*.::.... 7-'Jj arm. FERNANDINA; AND NEW -

Tallahassee\ ....... 8.00. a.m.i .. OllVn) the JOT DAI) LY fmnVJdE...tlgi
To ----
NEW: SETTLERS and : i ve Chalre.....:...... -1 K.43a.m.. -

Uoyd'_............-!it.QH a.m. Ill-XT: AND CHEAPEST: : TH.\ Flora leaves Ft-rnandlna furSt.Mary'i'e

Purchasing land from this: company arc furnished ve 110n ticello."....:. !0.00a.ru. '(ION TO( FLORIDA -: landings! every Monday, .l'lInt'lld41
; with entire free jxutaye on the Train i DrifUjii.. IMS a.m. )"-returning- on Tm-pday, Thurv-

Hit nail road for family and personal effects Aucilla......10.10 a.m. 1'e1,t'talJl'II and FniiU will rective Martha Saturday.Jt-uven FTtiandina tor'saume

to the station nearest the ]purchased. C1.'nvlllt'.IO.L| : -- cure In handling. every Tuesday, Thursday' and Saturn f
TITLE COMPLETE derived ; vc Mwlisorl..I1.. '
being by "' a.um J'AHHISmm'CtnnIOU.TJOS: : ( : rctunilng ut'f') Mondays'emIn&4amy
grant from the United States and purchase daily Ellaivilif'.12/yp.m': :! : ... (.3Qa.m. F1ILMT-CLAf A. .

from the State of Florida. ; \' C'UMter.......,...... 1.22:" (J.nl.
III 11 of
\' Live Oak......... 1.41) p.m. The traveling publfn are offered Lading

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. and Live Oak......_........ :2.10p.m... -'. _._ vantages fir a .,/HI't.rr: LINE, \I.J.on Y'ti J..1XJof Steumer:; to ill

Homton............ :2.32! p.m. ANY CHANGES.: Connection :: on the St. )(ary'*.
Descriptive MW and CIIMVLAKS mailed on : WellK.ru........... :J.hn.p.m. Vrnandina( with all fcteamboat/ *
application.} la -- Lake. .. :3.45 I[-jints on the St. John'f, () flow (.0.............
< t1ty..M p.m.GOlSa
CI I.15.; W. LEWIS, ; Indian Rivers: and with the '

f Land Commissioner, New ; KVrr: _*T MIKK4 PIVIMIOX, I iiml( at Fcniandina for all railroad } with the New York, Ch.rf!*!!ton and
I and Gulf j ports in Florida ; Steamer,
Office cor I 'a.h and Seventh Sts. on on ; (Tuefltiyt, Tliurnlnyiinul &iiufdtiy>.)

10-tf & St.* Mark*. ,...,.. ..,........12.05. a.m FRIiUIT: ( ANI) PASSENGER: (:(1I 1 f .',

L .- t <-<,_r"T"" ;;2T: i. ', .b 1..7 i'/' _LIII BUR 'R'K j- ---i -............:.:&.... : -EE _
: i- ,-" ,,", '... '.>.. :_--.,-- ::;:; ;.\ I _,...,J..lL=., .... ,....4..lltU.t4.! ,____ _
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; t THE j FLORIDA I 111 MlllKOJl : JULY W.; .

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::- Tim; I\LOJlll\ )AMlKUOJl.8ATU1WAY : etc.; when the Mirror had made no such assertion rut: (JRI'..1 T! oiCLcnnnr: : LAXDWe ring: the widest. !'l 01'c. embracing} all of (the 1,808,0:51::!1 bushels ofht'lit'; while for the year

... ,'but that the agent ]had<<1 succeededin 00.111'.1\1", grains, fruits mind vegetable" of tho North, ending August t, 1880, he exports were 0,803,.
:, : ;- : ; ':JULY: 23, 1881.:-' : arranging negotiations for the sale," etc., find in tho leading! Northern papers and Middle semi-tropical and Southern fruits States and: besides fibrous!!'! rants 700) bushels of corn, and .i,3I: Iti10 bushels of

,- .. ..-- .. .. which implies that the preliminaries of the following! advertisement, displayed to in great variety, and maturing to that degreeof boat. In other words, an increase in these
LYXCH .rIir". quantity, price and terms!'! of payment had attract attention, which our readers will perfection' developed at no other point two items alone of 8,iZZDl; ; :: bushels in one

Wo Have been again shocked by a recur been settled upon} In other words, that the lIke11I interest in reading/ although it is: within the United and detailed\States.Prospectus application year Again, the exports of wheat alone

renco of an act of lawlessness, this time occurring trade was in a condition to be carried to a too late to obtain any shares. at the office of the Company.reports on from September, 1880, to :May, 1881, have

1 In Sumter county, which should completion, the t terms being agreed upon, We observe that it i is claimed, that the been J.51fl,307: against 2,820,308 bushels for

> arouse attention to the necessity of an assertion and money ready to be )paid. which we do coast canal franchise. entitles the companyto UOAlllt OF HEALTH. the corresponding, months ((1870-80)), and it

of the supremacy of law. The idea not understand f'loridian to deny.As 3,810lcrms/ per' mile, aggregating 400,000( The legislature, }by the act of March llth, is known that enormous quantities of grain

Hint: a few hot-headed, and certainly, it is to to :Mr. Little's purchase, we learn that acres. This is too large. It; is true the. charter 1870, )passed an act to lroylleulliform/ sys have: been delayed owing to the want of facilities .

;r lie lreumclllIlt the most virtuous of the the sum of$110,000 was deposited, hank in gives alternate l''llon'Ilich would rein of quarantine in this State: which provides :'!, now being remedied/ Inj! the construction

community, shall, upon their own sense!'! of New York, the balance to be paid in fix amount to 3,840 acres! per mile if the canals that till' mayor, aldermen and city of {intncHse tnnjes" to float the producefrom
< constitute t hemsc1\'esjullges. months with the provision: that if not then the North antiVest to New Orleans 1 I'lL
r / >arbaricjustico, were bordered by solid. masses: of public physician, If there be one, of every incorporated
r jury and executioners, in any case, I is simple' )paid, the amount 1'1\111111 was! to he taken inlands lands\ which i is!'! not the case. It is also doubtful city or town in this: State, shall he tend When the committee come to deal with

anarchy. The community that cncouruges at certain agreed )prices! precisely) in whether' any lands can be claimed except arc hereby constituted board of health for the question of "freight," the figures arc as

or permits' such acts will find itself rapidly the same: manner that :Mr Disston's contractwas when actual work is done the /actual/ canal- said incorporated city or town, and when interesting, and, no doubt, to many persons
demoralized and such reputation of framed. The Englhh parties had telegraphed will : even more surprising. Thus,
once lug bcingoniysixty-one miles!'!, and the larger there is no incorporated) city or town the appear
lawlessness established suspected, will ho I that their cash payment was readyfor part of the inland passage! being entirely navigable hoard of county commissioners! shall! constitute freights arc taken from :St.: Louis to New .

i avoided as a home by the intending settler. the three million') they were to take. now. The first impression on reading board of health for such county." Orleans! at five cents per ),bushel while the

:The majesty of the I law must be sustained.! The Mirror does not, therefore, appear to i the advertisement would I be that the land The act )passed and approved 1881 readsas rail rates from St. Louis to New York arc

fn a republic like ours the law represents have been in error in any respect. The certificates: would apply to the four million follows : twenty cents per bushel! The rate of freight .

;the sovereignty of the people in their attain language it used was: guarded. :and expressiveof \ acres recently purchased by Mr. nls toll, but, S.KO.:! 1. The Governor of the State of Florida from New Orleans! to Liverpool i is six pence,

um)'. If any portion, of the people combine: the exalt state of facts.! a careful examination will showno reference shall appoint) for every incorporatedcity per bushel ; from New York to Liverpool,

and di-regard I the laws made, /not less for The FloriduuCt criticism I is not in accordancc : to that purchase. The land certificates, and town in this State containing three four and a halfpence per bushel So that

protection of the innocent than the punish. with a logical style of discussion; : which therefore, must )be based on the Atlantic and hundred or more registered:: voters!, a board grain may go from St. Louis down the Mississippi : -

"ynent of the guilty, they indict a deadly requires that the answer should :specifically" Gulf Coast' t Canal lands\ and the hinds: expected of not health less' than, consisting two of whom of five shall discreet be' )persons incilica! to Liverpool for seventeen cents per

1" i' :'//wound upon the body politic they invade. meet the precise allegation. It is. uNo<< disingenuous to he reclaimed. by (lie drainage opera men of acknowledged skill and experience\ bushel, while from St. Louis tin New Yorkto

': :' ji\tc\ rights of the State.11111( ('onlllit1ctuol when it calls a )price of thirty cents tions. to !serve without pay. All vacancies occurring Liverpool it costs: twenty cents. From

I treason to its constitution and laws. Who per acre twenty-seven cents' because the The scheme is in the nature of the mining by the Governor.SEC. hall be filled'by. appointment made. St. Paul to Liverpool tin New Orleans the

j y! I these self-constituted ? Who board compensated! their ageutby a commission. freight rate is cents, while tin
are avengers twenty-seven
companies: of the West, which have been t 2. The ma}'or of the city or town and
.,f ;, lias commissioned them to supersede! the It might, with equal! propriety, deduct generally put uOIthe\ market in ten dollar the chairman: of the board of county com- New York to the same point it is forty-two

i i constitutional tribunal of the! country ? a pro rata of the salary of the commissioner : shares: and form the bulk of the speculative ini'-sioncra shall be cx-nfficio> members of said and a half cents The consequence! of all .
: boards.
f it would be found in in. of lands for the sale to Mr. Disston. this i is the the of New Yorkis
Doubtless every stock operations of temporary investors in SEC. :3. :Said; boards: of health shall he appointed \ (!says: report) port
\ ( stance( : that they arc young men, who, We would suggest that the I-'loridifl/l assumes the Northern stock markets. The investor ) for the term of four years, anti. a majority full of vessels unable to obtain freights, and

t j t some by the excitement of artificial wtimu a great' degree of prescience when it generally buys to sell again, and does!'! not of the members shall constitute a many go in ballast from New York to New
f ants( and others by attrition with bolder asserts that :Mr. Willard never would have quorum for the transaction of buMnw.KKC. Orleans to obtain cargoes.
enough of the stock know
to or care : : 4. Said boards of health as thus!'! created
t minds, have, by mutual ('I encouragement, become offered twenty-six cents had not the Philadelphia much about its intrinsic! value, provided' it shall have full power to act in regardto From t the foregoing is manifest that even

healed by the suggestions of the most company bid twenty-five." How will circulate in the stock market. It would /all mutters pertaining to the public health supposing! no greater facilities for cheaper

1 p reckless!' does the Floridian! know this ? be difficult to make immediate and vital statistics! and are empowered' to transportation vee. afforded the vast and
very any u..eof
//,1., r 1 'ffhe office of the executioner is: in all We do not think it worth while to further land certificates in locating land but the may m:1keluch deem necessary rules! and for regulations its government as they und enormously increasing bulk of grain and

.f countries, looked upon n with horror, ua.uskel discuss:: the matter t.t the present time. The right to locale will do as well for speculative the protection of the public health abatement other trade is' rapidly: seeking the great natural

Hiid concealing his. identity he performs the Floridian( we suggest, could have pursued a 1 purposes, and will form a scheme osmall of nuisances, etc.' and the jurisdictionof highway of the :Mississippi Valley. Hut

p J i last' requirements of the law, in taking the better line of argument in claiming for the land warrants. "'e hope the eventual result boundaries each board of of the health county shall in which extend it to i is the located evuii this great outlet sutlers!! let and. hind-

,fife of the doomed and lawfully-sentenced trustees that they deemed it best to close with runes," by reason of the unnroidnble heavy
I will be that the warrants will fall into the and in case there be more than one
I t w 'criminal., the offer of Ui ston, because it seemed. to hands of actual settlers who, if they can, such board in any county the jurisdiction! of rates insurance for the navigation of the

; I J It seems strange that any respectable man, cover a sale of 4,000,000 acres, than to sell one will bo likely to improve those orsome other each shall( extend to a line midway: between dangerous Dahatnas" and "reefs of Florida
f or any. respectable set of tacit<<:; should' be million at a higher price, with any uncertainty lands: if they have energyand capital to a SKIV 5. In all matters of quarantine said as well as certain heavy dues incidentalto

I willing, of their own volition, under any as to the sale of the additional quantity : limited extent. A settler equipped with a boards of health shall have the same powersas the port of New Orleans. If notwithstanding

ctran instances, step in and fill the odious rule required to meet the claims upon the land warrant only would find it hard work are conferred upon boards of heath in the these drawbacks the "Mississippi

.J', \ of Jack Ketch.. With proper sense! of fund. In other words, that they acted fur to live unless: he could get employment. provisions of an act entitled an act to pro Koute" is being rapidly adopted by the commerce
vide uniform of in this
shame, the crowd who hunger for the bloodof the )best, with the lights before, them. The most feasible and valuable work in State a, approved system March 11,quarantine 1879.! of the country, how irresistible( will be "

;' the.victim conceal their identity, and in The pohtt'of' our criticism was, that by the programme I is! the coast canal, which has SEC. U. This act hall in no wise be construed the tide of trade on the completion' of the proposed ,

J character with him, whose ofllco'thcy! fill, waiting and letting the parties bid against ill it no clement of uncertainty and wouldL as repealing! section 1 of an act entitled canal from the Gulf(at St.Marks) to the

i ,. ho common hangman, mask themselves! each other a higher price could have !been of vast benefit to the whole eastern shore quarantine an act in to provide this :State; a uniform, approved'stell1 March of St. :Marys! on the Atlantic coast, by which,

U do what, in no sense, can he considered obtained.On of the peninsula. Kvcry connection they 11, 1870, so far as it relates to cities and and nt the expenditure of a sum within the

t {' u' brave net. The man, or men, who, the 1st of September the ninety days make between the inland waters will at once towns of less than three hundred registered reach of many a private citizen of the Union,

Ht tome risk of life, apprehend a desperate will expire for the payment of ji i>tulI'S !'('c- he a benefit and promote the increase of the voters. and utterly insignificant to the government
7. IMSI.
I criminal and deliver him over to the law, and instalment of $300,000, which if paid settlement of the country. 1'lro'e.lnrch "national highway," free from tolls, and

are entitled to credit for their> risk, bravery may be considered! reasonably insuringhis It should he understood, in reference to i The act of 1381 supersedes the act of 1879! unfettered by any lien of commerce, will invite

'silt' desire to see the laws sustained and paying the whole sum and taking the four this. and all other advertisements: of this as to the mode of constituting the personnel the largest trade in the world (whether

1 \ crime punished, but th6 man, or men, who million acres. v.. character, that the promoters are ,outli\lc1'9, pf the "board of health. The act of 187D :I foreign or domestic), under conditions absolutely
F take .<* .' -. of >' not makes the mayor, aldermen and ('ttyp1Irs1dan : ': in .
from the custody of the law the un* and that tboin>pl florhlt\ are responsible unparalleled i-itheVeconwny'or fitness

1 j armed, helpless victim: and under the influence THE Jtl-MEI'ALLIC COXFEHEXCE. for time high colors in which the constitute tho board af health ; by the. where (to use the words of a report on
This conference of representatives of leading and like all act of 1881 the Governor is to appoint five this routt'to oneof the
of the lands
of the worst passions of our nature imbrue value : are depicted, European corporations
\ their hand in his blood deserve only I nations has been in session for sometime other advertisements, its statements are to persons, and the mayor and president of the seekijig \rovers: ; to construct the canal as
in Paris, and has now adjourned.' Very board of county commissioners: are to be ex-
recommended in
.id/At. General
I the t1\O unsparing condemnation, for whatall bo taken I'dlll.IIIQ Q.A. Gillmore's r('
.', few people knew that it was!'! in session, or officio members.
\ good citizens must denounce us u lawless' port to the Senate at Washington,) neither
what were its objects. The Paris. races attracted We learn that. tho present city t council ice .
and cowardly act, irrespective! of the crimeof nor snofog'! nor storms mar the prospects
much attention in the THE the of the of
more public contest constitutionality act of the merchant
the. victim, or the navigator, but
'mind than the currency question.' It was a ATLANTIC AND\ fJULF COAST CANAL isshi and are nullifying\ its provisions by with
t In the case before us, iu ympathy with favorable ports easy of access
futile efibrt the of the United Statesto : to exercise the conferred
I', .. the father who had rendered illustrious scrvice on part : AND assuming powers and OJHII, in a delicious climate nil! the year
infuse its ideas. of them the act of 187J!\ As to this
own on thl'slIhj'ct gold by
"' and risked Ida: lifo for the protection of OKUCIIOIIKK: LAND COMPANY upon round] invite the largest commerce in the
.\' and silver their relations:: and valuations as claim we say, as upon a former occasion, "
V the people t jlist! Floridaagainst: t lie armed (OK FLORID). world, winter and summer alike !
standards, of value the that law the 1 i and
great a passed by legislature
upon powers approved
foe, who had st one sun on the field fighting Under all circumstances then, it is much
abroad. however has been (Chartered by Special Act of the Legislature the Governor is the law of the
: Nothing, : accomplished. by )
by his side j no sympathy for the mother to bo desired that tho administration carryout
We have not succeeded in of Florida 1881. and and should be obeyed such allgood
'P ) pettinganybody as by the
,.whose only son was their victim, moved! design recommended in the "reportand
t, to agree that silver and gold shall citizens and public officers until ubro--
: CAPITAL, $10,000,000.owcuw ( plans" furnished by ,General Gillmore,
I :soar be jointly standards of value, or to say what gated by repeal, amendment or a decision of
now more than a year since, and by so doing
I r- ; h\Ve warn tho people of ourSUitc that.if they the t fixed value of silver IIi compared. to gold : : the Supreme Court declaring it unconstitutional. confer the largest benefit on all portions of
shall be. Prance: has her ratio of fifteen anda Otherwise we have no law and anarchy
Wll.MAM S. 8rt'lot.JI.UJltTIIS DlihTO.V
t expect Florida to be selected as! a homo by this broad land, the enoriit i halt.of silver to of and the Treasurer.Applications must In the matter of .
one gold, President :! prevail. quarantine
tho thousand! and tens! of thousands!! who are whoso( citizens arc more deeply and personally -
L t t I' United States sixteen to one, which is the laws, it is of vital importance to the
now looking forward to settlement within Thurs in this great internal improvement
old Spanish: ratio. According to the present will be received on health of the community that there should
; our borders, they must: with one voice and day. July 11, and close on :Monday, July 18, than any other project ever brought before -
be conflict of It is unfortunate
market value of silver bullion the ratio no authority.
I determination, put down these lawless manifostatloni as for the issue: of $ttl+.JOOOO, of stock in 100,000( the country. ,0O..
of would be eighteen to one, and it is. because shares of $10 ISSUED: AT,PAK. that such conflict should be instituted *
; ; unlicensed and unregulated I 8.-One of the most eminent engineersin :
silver I is less valuable than its lawful ratio With bonus of $1,000,000( of Land Certificates at period when serious consequences might
1: f men. or the stream of immigration will bet .\ has estimated thcoufeufc,( ) cost
that J"Illplc take so little interest in havingor bearing 0 j per Cl'nt.lntl'rl'st. ensue in the matter of the admission to the
I it t deflected to other states, or to those portions from sales of land by drawings from time to of the canal (and incidental works) at "ten
f of our own which have, in must of ourcoun- hoarding it, and the treasury vaults' Ufl'fillt'll tune, or convertible at option of holder into port of vessels from suspected or infected millions! ;" the time necessary to completeit
to repletion with it.'t, have becometoo land at the regular prices, ports Let it be at once settled whether the
t 1 1 ties: have, we are glad to say, clean reputation at leas than two years I while I perceiveby !
to value it and tho Each subscriber for shares of the company law is to be sustained or abrogated..
prosperous heavysile'er
J. for good order and obedience to law.THEL.tXlt will in addition to his stock receive as a a recent analysis that the" income of the
dollar which U worth I dollar is
t only bonus land I Certificate: cqualto time amount country b increasing at the rate of two mil-
SALE. not attractive to the pockets of people who THE FLORIDA CA1AL.Tu .
of his "
[ subscription. lions and a half dollars j I1'fl1nr' A. C.
: While' our well-informed and ttatistiually' have u good many: dollars. The 1,1l'lha"", TERMS or 1'\\ )U:ST : the Editor of the Mirror: ..

almost infallible, contemporary, tho Flori been suggested of a currencymade in part of $.i per share on u The following statistics, bearing on Commerce We have received! two numbers! of the

,than can always} .put the figures forward silver and! part gold, which would ho ,more +.') |>or share on. delivery\ of shares and and Transportation" which have recently Hurricane, published .at Charleston by that

4 when it has: the facts, it is not quite so reliable \ convenient and less bulky. The trouble of Land Certificates.Omciw formed the subject of earnest debate bright and piquant young editress, Miss: Eva

't )In the field of ('rltld"l1IIIJ deductions suehacurreney would hc ill t he ease of counterfeiting in New York and which have l been fur- Itrilton. The Hurricane is neatly 81U11'rct.
CiiKbT.M'r-sr PIIII.I-
Tim ,
uuu AND
t .la itsjasue: .of the 1:'th it quotes from our it and the ditliculty of detection ; IIiLrUI\: JACKSONVILLE, Fn.ThU warded me, as !ecially interesting in connection tily gotten up and en rapport with its fair
the four and, moreover, which could with., the above undertaking editress.
f r6 arlioh/OU million sale as follows : any currency arc ___ __ __
i( : lu'jhe}; meantime it is understood that a not he mod at its intrinsic: value abroad of such an extraordinary nature as to call .
contract with the
.'" kpcciul agent had been appointed to negotiate'n would bo repudiated and depreciated. Probably Hoard of Company 1 Internal have Improvement a of Florida' for the widest publication, furnishing as 1-ost-Offlce Xotlcc.OjKre .

L"(' :, "i sale of BUItldent land to fl'lie"tat/ nochange{, will lo made in existing for the construction of a canal to provide an they do, the most unanswerable arguments / Jfours-From 8:00 A. M. to JlH: ) p. M,
k fund of the claims it.
r ,', informed this agent upon had succeeded If we ail rightly in! arranging coinage: value Paper largely supplies outlet for Lake Okeeholxv. and thereby reclaiming for the development of cheap transportation; Money Orders and Registered Letter from

t negotiations! for the sale of one million all the demands of commerce, that fur all\ from 'periodical overflow the lands and by ender and over and above all other such 8:00: A. N. to 1:00 p. M.; and from :2.00!: p. M.
south of Townships twenty-four
of acres at forty 'I'nls,1U1I1 three million lomcotic puriHfc.es the r'lathe'l1luoI arc of east lying of Peace Creek the area (containing- routes, the owning of the great Internalwaterway to 3:30: + r. M. Sundays from 10:30 to 11:30: A. )f.

(4 acres at thirty cents, about the time the negotiation little consequence. It would, however, be a vvanl of $.Is lMMm, acrd. The State cedes to from the Mittiitijtpi Valley and itt ,. ARRIVAL Axis DEPARTURE OF THE )t.II.8..YurtllrlI .
WIIllude with Mr.(
1; before it was concluded. We learn Disston also that anti matter of convenience if depositories| of silver thU", Company: one-half of the lands! as vast tountlti tributaries t't the.i Hunt if. : JY-Clom Arrives daily" at" 10:25" A. )I.
I at the same time an offer was made through coinage could be made throughout the as This: Conu1 also owns the franchise: of The committee, who have just completedthe &tra J/ail- : p. M.
f; i Mid Agent fur four millions am at (twentysix country for it often happens! that while the Atlantic Coast Stcambtvat l'analnnJ Im report of their visit to the Mississippi'
cents 'er acre, with down of For points north of Savannah
It tho whole which would payment have there is a glut ()silver\ coinage in the cities pro"l'IIIt'nt111 pall ', for construction of Valley and New Orleans, furnish: statistics only .
kum given canal the inlets along the eastcoast .{ ) /. M
$Il 1.Ut0 1 more than :Mr. 11' aeeruingamid there )Is", a scarcity in the country. The treasury of connecting}Florida and which will give exclusive which may well cause anxiety to the greatrailway C&Lir Kryand Transit Railroad

p.' have terest relieve-for site! !months the fund, of the department, we believe, )have recently control t>f 330: miles of inland steam monopolists, who, however have tie' \rrh.c._..... -it1) r. x.
.. adopted some regulation for the better c11.+. navigation through a country unsurimmssed dime tf) reduce their rate*, from which of Closes.-;. 8:45: .\. )I.We. .
And make the following correction of tribution of silver coinage.The for fertility slut and salubrity of climate.In course, the public 'er; but meantime and \ .1 F Florida
what tho Mirror had not said : aid of the construction of this canal! the
Company will receive a land grant of 3,810 this is the significant fact the Increase of the Arrives.....?........... 4.-00 r. M.
The Mirror is tni-taken when U asserts deadlock in theew' York legiola- acres per mile of canal: constructed which trade ri the MUiv.ippi route .fe by "leaps Clo< that )fr. tjwann had bold 3M :) _
: o,09O acres at turn has been broken stn fir as to elect '
J '
before the trade with wilt give the (otu anyatout 4(11(5tacrrof and bounds. d.lIJlu.ille and SAY Johia A'IITArrives O
; ) cents Mr. Disstonwas
Warner P. Miller In 1,111l'.f Platt for the lands adjoining the canal.
concluded. For example, in one comparatively\ Insig- .10:25 A. si, 5.00: r. )I.
lung term ; the: stalwarts, however do not Tho III u'"ahwrv! for excavating the canals Clooes ..............10:00: ... M. 5:00... )t" .
that the article la
It will b* suet llirrorsimplysaiti : alone the cast coast and into Like. OLechubecis nit l.tnt >t year New Orleans exported :
seem inclined to allow Mr. Conkling'III'wreto N.: ..
If tl/4f ore riyktly irtf)faun this spent /And u j- now btvJn.u built and l Islam lines of canalare 100,000 tons of tan'!!," while >'cw Jary'and Trader' Hill Mall .
; be filled\ with an opponent, and If they expected ti completed" by September Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30; : .
pedal .'t ti'wi'jitijt nrtfJtitt )I., for the tale of.tnii York furnished: only 10OoO Formerly this I P. M
have pluck enough will"oto'with the Democrat 1s$!: Closes: : Mondavs and Thursdays at 8:00 A. M.
aCj't, ut forty ctntt, and three trade wa almost entirely from New York.);: *
1m' 0ii 1\\, to adjourn without an election. The State t>f TiorMa offers greater advantages St. Mary i 6a oral -
,.m'ljl' of arcs at thirty centt, abuullAo time -- AT the itiu*.tment of capital) In construction lUit when we come to the much more seriuuiitemof Arrives lond8)1J ndTh murtLmya at 1>1:00 A. >a.
t/l_ ut"( .;tU lon VKU wad with Mr, Pins and The condition of I'reVidi'iit Jarfield coninues of litt4of transportation, the pur- cereals," the figure are still Tuesdays! and 'rila\'ll! at 2"10 P, N.
chair and I of lands of Wn.Jaj.a;
I imiiruvement any at'tlityaat9UO.tx.
it cvactudeti to fa'urtMt.'l'r day. more remarkable. Thus: : For the end. '
Ittfvrt way/ j grI\\ mute ; ) year l1o.i\'S
t Sale tu the I aion-l y reason of its geoirai Tuesdays. Wt'lluilli.u'lI,
'Hsridlai the J/wrikfc lut.'uk Ills vntiro U now anticiputfd with .. ing August, 171, then were Ul'ortfrorn
The ay recovery ,;; :iUul p. itiou, climate and fertility of Fridays: and Hatunlayi at *:A) v3AML. .x.
when it A \"tt' that a gale l hail beeu wade great confidence.. vii, adapted\ to the cultivation of crops cov- New Orleans J.fil'.ViJ bushels of corn. and T. Rtuts Lt.. P. >I.



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Rim UVIN I'lmJ:1"8 IlltW.UHi.nKMINIStENCKS to fall into line by the adjutant-general l.t. dear old flare that waved above a heroic dancing: with them. grass, as thick as it can grow, where preatnumbers

lavhdi1on. and, escorted by the Governor's band, I leading:: men on to the glory of their I Ono of Judge Hernard's( : daughters, who and)of in cattle many may places be raised cypress-swamps( ;! very loftypines ,
: OF THH W\U-PKVTIC OF TIIKUUANT Guard preceded by &elmneider'silver: : countryour hearts!'! swell with the fulness of belonged to limed..ighth regiment, was! enfolded tho last iff' which arc allowed to be excellent
: W.\ntl-TIII:: 11.\TTLI-n.\n'lIW Cornet Hand from Quincy. whose inspiring pride and fellow-feeling of hI1"11' a fellow.soldier. with parts of tho Hag of tho lI1>btle rlce-grollnlll1, i if clay bottoms arc within n few
Tin:: KKroxn ) Yl'OIllIfOlllll on the dead body of ft soldier feet, and a good, lasting! !stream of water runs
nOHIII:1'1': : strains carried the soldiers again with mar- 1 well remember the! Floril1.rl::; : thro' them to drain and How them
at pleasure
To the Editor of the Mirror : tial tread over fields of battle, death and carnage ado. It was at Missionary! : Midge when the boy of the Fifth regiment. This Hag'; ; the bay-swamps arc frequently foundin
T.SLL.ItSRRF1s: :, FJ.July t II I, iwl. headed by their chieftain, General K.: surging armies of each side were pressing! was made and presented by tho ladies, of I I the phne-tahdy, being the general? (heads of
General I:, A. Perry and members of his A. Perry, llrigade Surgeon Thomas M. Palmer each other back and forth, shattered\ and Centreville, Leon county, to Company: )K, the cypress !branchcs'fhii; pine-land l, by the

brigade met in the Capitol ground, un the Lieutenant i D. S. Wilson, Lieutenant: bleedingith the conflict going tins My Captain; Gardner.! good help'of corn dung, potatoes and cultivation and cotton will; the 1 produce;large 1

morning of July 14tli. and with the citizens Taylor, and I the historian of the brigade, Georgia brigade was ordered to the front to Jars Archer, the lady who l'relcr\'ctltho : palmetto declining ground !between the
who helped to swell the numbers of the Captain Frank Fleming, marched through support forlorn IIl'Pl'0 reached! a certain Hags from cruel hands and gave them to i pines and swamps, are moist\ and seem rich,
few, beneath the shade of the grand old the principal streets I of Tall II hIlOC"I'I' to G.illie's: place, and were lmalt'el. We knew the Governor 1 Drew, was! there, happy and making I and but perhaps! will suit both corn ho the and indigo .
the blullsscem to most fertile

. monarch that shed their cooling:: !shadow: Hall, which was decorated with the brigade, almost hopeless attempt to stem the throngs! the members of the brigade happy.All : I spots( of high ground:: und the Indians
* above, it presented the appearance of the Hags, devotedly and fondly preserved from pressing on to us. The nun had-time I (to tho !ladies! !seemed happy, and did. their I chief plantations for corn and pumkins
bivouac and the camp, barring the mess strange hands., Mr. Hugh Archer was adju talk and ask questions. :Some:; one asked! best to make t the occasion one long to bo remembered. That which i is called hammocky ground is

chest and camp kettles, which were kindly tant-general of time :State' of Florida under who was in front of us. The answer wn, Ho who fails to meet at these generally oaks, mixed full with of largo red-bay evergreen and! magnolia and water-und
supplied by the generous' hospitality: of the Governors Milton and Allison. He put the Florida brigade. ( \'nlkllnw, my hearers reunions loses! tho happiest' days of his life. In many places the great palmetto or cab-
citizens of this justly famed city! who feuded these Hags! which, had been placed in his we had'by-words': then.! ) One big! tall (He at tho next l, comrades. ba l'-trl't' ; this Is generally reckoned projwr
these tvar-wora veterans with the choicest hands in charge of his sister-in-law! Georgian cried out, 'We are :all serene, boys, The members of the brigade will never both for corn, cotton, and indigo ; but the

of their homes. After paying I their respectsto Mrs. James 1'I'ehl'r, daughter of all serene ; the Florida brignd.'with: us, we tire of thanks and heartfelt gratitude to tho tho marshes river and:St. ,swamps'John') arc((110 very exceeding extensive rich upon., the

Governor IJloxham and his cabinet, they ex-Governor Brown, of Florida, and when) will hold err own.'' ladies and J gentlemen of Tallahassee for I their last of which are full of large ash, maple,
looked through the line old State House, the General; Cook, of the Federal army, tookpossession Attorney-General I Kaney gave t the brigadeone free" -handcti generosity, their open houses und elm) being of an unknown depth of
chambers of the lipase and addresses and cordial welcome to nil. rich mud ; so are the marshes on the upper-
of Ucprcsentatiu'S 1 of Tallahassee) : she carried I of his usual eloquent happy part of the river, which are covered with
and the Senate, where the clarion voice 01( her charge to Hcl.iir, a little town just t After which Captain James: F. IIOIIKUI' Al.KMOM. water-canes and reeds, as the lower marshes
our beloved and revered Col.! CJeo. T. Ward! below Tallahassee, and buried them in her Tucker introduced\ resolution* in condemnation mare with runic grass and reeds; all of which
was wont to sound the words of ui.sdom), garden. Hilt being dNeoxored by one of (the of the attempted\ assassination A .1" IT 1C X A 1. when they are drained dry, will produce' in
all probability great of corn and Indigo
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and particularly prophetic as a member of nation's wards, she took them up again and (President! Gurlieldi/ and expressions: of sorrow KMT: rev N and without much crops or any draining a fine
the convention called to deliberate upon the going alone into her house, with her own for his present (',)I\.tition. J1 Ir. F I:. K. JOHN:" ]lturu\M I OF I'IIII.VKKIrin\: increase of rice ; so would tho vast cypressswumps -
ordinance of secession! where he advised a hands tore oil"a board :and placed thorn between Foster, being called, came forward and replied Itotunist to His Majesty ; and of tho largo cypress-trees! may
differl'nt course. the weather-hoarding\ and l ceiling and as \lwlhl'rII: man to the honol !sentiments for I time Florida-: ; be mado great quantities of choice shingles,
pales, and boards, of long duration ;
George T. Ward: was elected (colonel of there kept them not daring to let their hi he had: expressed, hero !to-day I'l-oN:" I digious large live-oaks will make excellent\

1 the famous Second Florida: Infantry, ding-place:: ho known while t the government by brave soldiers.Colonel strong and durable timbers for shippings, as
4 whose prowess so often made itself felt, and of the I-itnh1 was in the hands of the :-lrnnJ.tl' II. 'L'1'OUp Maxwell: +a m member of A Journey (1'011I:1.: t. Auguslinoup the tall straight long-leaved pine for masts
the River :St. Johns and yards, and the others for turpentine, tar.and .
at the battle at Williamsburg w+ordered When Governor: Drew was electedin General/ Fin ley's brigade, lieu, m.:;; called for, pitch, as also for 'plank and scantlings
to take the place of Col.! )Iott' Kightccnth: : 1X70(;, and took his seat, she brought the made appropriate\ remarksnd; in connection With N'olc. St.t John's rUeiyhy) \its t near aftlnity to tho
:Mississippi regiment, who} had expended l all Hags to him and gave them into his hands ; said:I he would relate an incident! of the F.xphumtory sea, I is well replenished with variety of excel
their ammunition and lost !severely. As :since then they have: been kept among theIIrclli"t war (that. came under his immediate observ lent fish, us bass! sea-trout t sheep-head,
17Gr. drums I mullets, cuts, Barr, sturgeon, sting
Col.! Ward marched with his regiment, hemet !! of the State. ation. He was in command of the! brigade rays ; and, 'near its mouth, oysters: crabs
the lifeless! body of Col. Molt, being Occupying) ) the centre of tho front of (the at the battle of Lookout Mountain, and the mid !shrimps sharks anti porpoises! which
brought away on his horse in the arms of stage \sas u large pictuic! of Gcncriil Lee. Heneath "battle above the clouds"\ 1.1',1'lnOllIl'l'S\ ft doubtless will continue, as there is:: such n
his servant. The position! was a trying one. it was (that of (General PerryJim the myth-it never took place. The history of pine-lands! as they are here culled, I, great lakes extent and of its branches waters in so many great both
ponds continuing
The regiment had hardly gotten into position i- right of the stage; surrounded) by green this battle will take up more room than wecan contain variety of soil, according to their' deep) and broad to near its bond ; its shores,
when the fight commenced, I the regi- wreath! was the portrait of President! PI'is.allli spare in Ibis letter, but will ask Colonel dillerent situations!' ; summit \'I'r'llIrgl' :shallow being generally.shoal; are full of (grass nnd
ment contending against a whole brigade.In on the left that of General; Johnston: Maxwell to ghe as graphic\ description for ponds, quite} dry in dry :seasons: but Jl'nl'rally and afford a (fine as\'him Jo t limo young

the front, flank and rear the bullets came under whom the brigade\ t served the press, that history may l be corrected! of abounding with tall (grass ; sumo very fry against their devouring. enemies.FINIS. : e
extensive savannahs producing! rank good( :
like of hall. The I first killed it rests l under.At << ,
storm his cabinet !
the State now
man The Governor of mind An error
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was Win. Hickman, of Crept '1'. W. Urcvard's the Justices of the Supreme Court, time Unit night, Jlrl l Kditor: the )ladies invited

company Colonel Ward dismounting, cool es)! States :Senators and members of Congress: the brigade to a feast of delicacies!! preparedby ( = IMPORTANT N&ICE:! =:=
and self-poasessed, came from the right to the Mayor of Tallahassee: Col Fleming of their own fair hands When they assembled .
the left, giving necessary orders to the com Georgia, all Federal, soldiers, and I the Prc!s" in Gallio's Hall they found Kdwurd': -

pany commanders: and reassuring the men were invited to seats on the stage General Singleton's "string band making music for
# by his steady courage. When reaching! Co. Perry, as president of the brigade association : : tit t ( pronienaders and dancers. The hall was J. & T. KYDD' {

B. from Alachua county, which was the second came forward and formally called tho crowded' with the beauty and elegance of ..
company next to tho left, (there were association to order and requested} I Kev. ]Dr. this city prolific of lovely women, who had Are receiving immense additions! to their already.largo stock of j

twelve companies the regiment,) Captain Carter, formerly of the United States army honored the )brigade with their I presence! .>

Williams said to Co!. Ward, "The enemyis but now tilling the Episcopal pulpit at Tallahassee during the day. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
in our rear and firing on us." Not wishing to open the proceedings: with :\flenl'rul! Perry came OUT with the ,

:: to unnerve the men with the thoughtthat prayer: which ho did in the mo.st: affecting General, bringing her two beautiful daugh Men's and Youth's Clothing'
they were between two fires, he replied, manner, invoking blessings upon{ their deliberations ters. Those who were unable to get to the '}o' .,
"Oh, no, William, those are our friends." and the success of t the undertaking reunion and meet Mrs.: Perry, I am sure, FHOM LOW-PItlCKD) TO FINK, (GOOD: .
"Zip "zip," "zip the balls continued to of the society.A would like to know if she has hanged any

come, when Ward, who was facing tho rear of beautifully-worded address of welcome from the time when she cheered them with DICKS* <;OOI N- A full and complete /' consisting of SUMMKU y1LISaV
the comi>anyj' -without changing the; po:!!- WUIl1c:1ivtrelby:: : 51 r. Fred Myers. The. generous Itef'mnuy kind: words ill (ramp; 'wlll.'n.a.1ao A1'Lr WOOI. LACK: WINTINOH, LAWNS, LINEN LAWNS, HAm( :: m 8 nml.flUKNA-: -
tion of his feet, changed the position of his thoughts coining through )him from ma'de tlleii 'a i poflllgo'or'Srtmbtt'; Wf/mke DINKS, i SWISSKS: : TAllUTTAXt: VICTORIA and I'EItiAN LAWNS aglow: prleo..
body by turning it on his hips and looking the noble !ladies and gallant men of Tallahassee them remember their mothers:: and sweethearts HnrKitliiM, in Summer SilliN-from Fifty Cents upwards.
to the rear over his shoulders with smile wcro consoling and gratifying to tho at home ; or mado t them a little herb

on his face. He saw the
and just as he turned his face, to bring his ade, by General Perry, in lilting words of little ailing ; or complimented them after
Our Improved Dollar Shirt; is: thus best, unsurpa.ssed fit and quality.
body again to tho front, minnie ball struck thanks that spoke the heartfelt feelings of each battle for having done well under fire
ItlouchtMl and Itrouu (:oUcu... ut Wholesale Prices. "J'rn''or ..ocu..t.
him in the back where the right arm joins the members. Ho paid a high compliment in action ; or would write for them their l letters '
10 genus ; lO-i NliiM'tliiK, 2. 3 C't''H. >
the body, passing directly through. Uttering to the principles for which the brigade )battled to their sweethearts when they could)
A of .
Standard lriitlM
ease splendid a( G oeiilM' per yard.
slight exclamation of pain and throwing ; and as "secession is forever dead anti get neither paper'' nor ink, and when they
pTWe are Agents for IHIVM.V ('t/., loading Clothiers! of New York' City
1 ", both arms across his: breast, he felt forward gone, state rights: and state honor will yet had no time to act as their amanuenses;
Spring! :Samples:: !: now ready ; :.MO) ) btyles-,sixty of them from #15 to $:!:S per Null.
dead. Dead! Died for his country l're\'ailnll over time e United States.:: As (ho or write a letter in their' parents! telling t<< ;; them Fit guaranteed. '',. '
Ho had a presentiment of death, and the State of Florida called into being and that they were 3'ct on the "top side of earth," ,'
; rAisit to our establishment! will convince yoii that; 'while wtf'do not sell
]last time ho was with his friends, Col. "'m. crjuipiH.il )her soldiers and turned them over and healthyamid full of hopes of success.
inferior Goods, wo are tho Cheiipe.st<<: Dry oodrt IloIIHC.0.... Maine to
Archer Cocke and his wife, a few weeks before to the Confederate government, so did Massachusetts [ -. She i is just us tall and comely-looking,. us. loridu. -
in Richmond, he repeated to them a New York and Ohio raise: their ever ; her liicois! just us: blight and attractive,
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composition of poetry and told them he soldiers equip and turn them over to the. htr eyes ns brilliant, her hair us dark. Not a ,
knew his days were few ;but there was no United States. The states:: have rights and "streak of( time has shown itself! ; and +whet :Now York Office( ) 17-tf f N.1.Cur! Centre ami Third its.,
S3: Wulker ;trect. J J Fernundinn" Fla.
such exhibition while In camp and In bat they can never bo divested: of them one talks: to her, it makes. I hem feel: just like .

tle. Bright, cheerful, brave and valiant he After General ferry reply, which was they were sitting under limo fly or the Gen- ..
led his men up to his death most enthusiastically received, )Ir, It. 11. eral's tent, liatcning again to her lwnte-)liku: W. A. SA.NTBORNr.O

Pardon this long digression ; but I thoughtthis Long, for one of Tallahassee's: fairest ladies, talk, while with that motherly regard<< for .
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a fitting place to refer to the story of Mrs. H. S. Elliott, on behalf oi the the boys of her brigade, bho would sew but- 1",1iIr..1<1; ---

the death of the first colonel of the Second ladies of Tallahassee, presented the brigadea tons on their shirts, und they could not helpgo "S.gi!;;' .
Florida Infantry, that his: comrades and the handsome bouquet-Mr. Long portraying into the tent und lickII' their little ,.,',}',

public might have a true history. I got it the character, sweetness, devotion and admiration Vcviuiind toss and pitch, her up just like :.t.:1.1if.;:: .) ".. ,
from an officer, then lieutenant of Company of the ladies (for the heroism: of great awkward, clumsy men would bundle 'l < .

11., and who with Captain Williams: wit men and all the traits:;! that ennoble (hcna, a pretty !baby; but oh sum tenderly they ; "
nessed what i is written. Ward fell at their General Perry gracefully received the bouquet I would catch the little cherub and give it Z WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, Z ,

feet. Col. Itogers took command of the and attributed to time ladies all that such a "smack, of n kiss on (the cheek that

regiment and brought it out successfully and was accomplished.! "It was the ladies who set the little ono to laughing und cooing, .
. ,. in good order A private named Wolfe, be cheered us on! to duty ; it was the women nnd make them swish all the }brigade; hud u &

longing to Company C., took tip the body of who kept us (in 'the army ; had it not been little baby And then Mrs.I Perry gave them lly Hull, Steamer, and. Sail,
his colonel and carried it as far as his for them, many would have remained a vny. little GCllcv evc, ami every man had daugh); O O
strength would permit Captain Williams: It was my wife who IlI.Lckt.1lruy knapsack us ter, und her 11111101.1..* Vevie. Comrades, .
took his sword and watch and brought it captain of my company, and bade me go." Vevio was> at tho reunion, and wore the I

off. That night, under the cover of dark- Governor Bloxham he-ing culled, mo&t budge of the regiment ; and she waft just ( I A LARGE STOOK OF ffl
ness, volunteer went out, and after having charmingly blended compliment: to those the prettiest, brightest and happiest woldierin "
some of the party wounded, succeeded: in who wore the gray and those who wore tho the brigade, and .M. > glad to sec: every one ry ,
bringing the body In, swung In an army blue. While the Federals honor their leader of them. Hut it Ii nom little Verio iiaw; S iUl .
blanket. Lieutenant Seton Fleming! was :* and soldiers, we; honor our chieftains and she U a tall, hand.s4iiiuly-formed, beautiful :

severely wounded in the loins and had to bo soldiers, and while honoring them we honor young lady, with u k| irkUiitf< flow of conversation

left on the" field) and fell into the hands of ourselves; and while every leaf may I he bu not less entertaining than I J FUltNITUB.E L
the enemy, Captain George W. Call, of the stained with blood, not a fetain rents on the lier charming mother. She had been +

Fernandina company, was also I of the party* escutcheons! of this brave brigade attending }lfIi. General J, II: II, Stuart's .
who brought in the )body, Under charge of Senator Call came forward at the i>oiita- school at StHunton Va.. (you see he. I .

Capt. IJivvard thecorjw was carried to William I neou.soutburst made aspeecli Ju"huitt'Cl likes to get back to her old Mumping I .
>burg, where it was; buried by friend I to the feelings of the brigade und the audi ground), intending<< to go into Old Point C Com.' --.\NIGJ )-

after our army left. He now bleeps the bleepof ('nct"II Cienar gave character! to his time, fort to visit some very dear friends>> ut that S r
a noble tidier! in .the grave-yard of the and hU principles have lasted for more than celebrated Virginia scatide wuterlnp; -place,
4zt:: :: N K U A I, MK11CI I ANDISE.
old Colonial Church, Resting above his I two thousand! years, even up to this time, the was telegraphed<< : to by the General to I
grave I* a stone erected by the good people i even 11(1 will the principles) last that these know whether: IIhe would go to Old Point :

<>f Virginia, that tell, of the soldier<< of the far soldiers fought for. Their hi.-tory und the or come home auk attend time reunion of
Houth. I immortal heroism! of theo brave men "litIut time hrigudu! on the lit b. Just a* coon us she --..-.-.--"---' ... I >.
To return The members of the brigade; for all tyne. Thews<< men we honor and could' write, time rrllil'lllilat he would come f ,. .
looked at the neat grounds surrounding the respect ; they have erected u monument that tome to intH.t her ildltr Capitol, at the monument erected to the will never |>rhh. whom her infant !life hud grown, amid, the i+
memory of Captain John 1'urklitll. of('011\. Colonel Fleming, of Georgia i I being railed, stirring scenes of1 halite and trife! the rattle :s CALL AND EXAMINE OUR TOOK

lams :M. of the Second Florida, who was said : "I didn'leooreberm'< t." makea j eeili. of mu.kHry, hair UMHJI of ".oJlm..... and the .
killed In the Everglades in 157 ; and the I liaveoiiiH* from my IIOIMB in Gct.ria; to rtltl dart 'i'hre l lr.tH' wldh-r* wlio loved I

beautiful monument orei-ldl<< by the lj dieV this reunion of Florida soldier<< in enjoy her u* ;i l.all.lIlw wuiit -.| to wenow us a i ir
Monumental Association of Leon county to with them the jrrateful gathering of our grown young Human. Mr ii'entral: & I' -rr .. .
the soldier of Leon rounty. thought ami iiiiplrnUuiij", that carry us iu und Veue wen ui lh' ("J''ft.j'1It, the' : ,
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the drum and Un bugle call brotherhood to other "by.I *. While e f.rnmerrepiyia;: tollerumyn, questionsasktyi :: .
calling the men to the parade ground,roundel many things fur which to feel 1 K-l, we have' )Jlcr. while \'e.h i was. ju-t ,...I.u.y,,,...1| rasa 'A.7.t! .' sANBaiLw.

strangely familiar! They were ordered many to Le prou-1 of; amj whcu I sue these not. talking with h4.r cuiuf*!k>., r.u..t"r'JU1 .

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a 'I : "TJIK; 1+1 o Jt hl !+Zl ilor; ;. etc.,, when the Minor had' } made no such assertion I' THE: 01U:AT OKECIIOIIEE LA I the widest scopp, embracing m l { all of the 1,803,03 1 bushels' of wheat; while for the year

but that the, agent had succeededin CO.1l1'A\T, !!, fruits and vegetables of the North ending August, 1880, the exports were 9,80-:
: and tltllt'rntatl':; \besides!' tropical
arranging negotiations! for the sale," etc, We find in the leading Northern | jJ! !) bushels of corn, and ,:JlI./ito/ bushels of
v 8A TUR r./in,} 23, mi.LYXClt !semi-tropical\ ) fruits and fibrous!
.' .. ._ _. h .. .. .. ..-- which implies that the preliminaries) of the following advertisement, )' variety" and maturing to that degree!; heat. In other word, an increase in these
.1,1 W. quantity, price and terms! of payment hail- attract attention, which our readers_ !! ) '' developed- at no other point two items alone of 8,72; :?,391: bushels in one-

We have been again shocked ,by a recurrence been settled upon. In other words, that the take an interest in rcudinjr, although poctus the! United and detailed States.: reports on appli' year Again, the exports of wheat alone

of an act of lawlessness! this time occurring trade was in a condition to be carried) to a too late to obtain any shares \ at the office of the Company.: from September, 18bO, to May, 1881, have

4 in Sumter county, which should completion, the terms being: agreed upon, We observe that it I is cl.limed )been 4.51: 0,30": against 2,820,30s bushels for

arouse attention to the necessity of an assertion and money ready to be paid which, we do coast canal franchise entitles the 110..lnll) (Jl,' 1l.f1 1'1I. tho, corresponding months ((1879-80)), and it

} ., '. of the supremacy of law. The idea not understand the Floridian to deny. to 3,810 acres per u mile, aggregating ( !legislature, )by the act of March llth, I is known that enormous quantities of grain

that a few hotheaded, and certainly, it is to As to Mr. Little's purchase! we learn that acres. This! is! too large. It is true the passed an act to }provide a uniform sys imavebcen\ delayed owing to the want of facilities .

t be presumed, not the most virtuous of the, the sum of$110,000 was deposited bank in tor gives! alternate sections which \ of quarantine in this State, which pro Como l.eillll'clllctil'tl by the construction

': community, shall, upon their own sense of New York, the balance to 'be, paid in sk: :amount to 3,810 acres!! per mile If the that "the mayor, aldermen and city of h imwcnte l l'fl/ll'8" to float the produce

,x*,arbnric: just ice, constitute I themselves judges, months with the provision that if tint thru were I bordered I by solid masses! of if there! he one, of every incorpo from the North, and West to New Orleans I '.,

!' jury und executioners, in any case, is !simple! paid, (lie amount paid in was to be taken inlands lands, which is! not I the case. It i is also: city or town in this State, shall! be and When the committee come to deal with

anarchy. The community tInt encourages at certain agreed!; prices, precisely in ful whether any lands can be claimed constituted 3 board of health fur the question of "frdyhte," the figures are as

n or permits such acts will find itself rapidly the same manner that :Mr Disston's i contractwas when actual work is done, \ the actual incorporated l city or town, and when interesting! and, no doubt, to many persons

demoralized, and once such a reputation of framed.,] Tho Knglhh: parties had telegraphed hog 'being only sixty-one miles, nt\lllhe is no incorporated city or town, the will appear even more surprising. Thus,

1 > lawlessness! established! or suspected, will bo that their cash payment was readyfor part of the inland passage: being entirely of county commissioners\ shall consti freights are taken from St. Louis to New

avoided as a home by thc intending settler the three millions they: were to take. igable now The first impression on board of health for such county." Orleans at five cents per bushel, while the

:The majesty of the law must I be sustained The Mirror does not, therefore, appear to ing!; the advertisement would he that the act passed and approved in 1881 reads rail rates from St. Louis to New York are

fa a republic: like ours the law represents) have boon in error in any respect. The certificates would apply to the four : twenty cents per bushel. The rate of freight .

the in their autonomy. language it used was guarded and expressiveof from New Orleans to Liverpool( is six
of !
ale people
;; sovereignty ) : acres recently purchased by Mr. ) : ,. 1. The Governor of the State of }'Io. peaceper
If any portion of the people' : combine the exact state of fact" a careful examination will show no shall appoint, for every incorporate bushel ; from New York to Liverpool

and disregard: tile laws made, not less! for The Floridian't criticism i is not accord- ence to that purchase. The land l'crtlf town in this State\ containing three four and a halfpence per bushel.] So that

I protection of the innocent than the iKinishyncnt once with a logical style of discussion, which therefore, must he based, on the or more rC'gi'drred'oteN of live discreet, a board grain may go from St. Louis down the Mississippi [
of the guilty, they inflict a deadly requires that the answer should specificallymeet (!oil Coast!: Canal lands\ and the lands than two of whom shall be persons medical to Liverpool for seventeen cents per

::: 'wound upon the body politic they invade- the precise allegation. It is also disingenuous ed to he reclaimed l by the drainage of acknowledged+l skill and experience, bushel, while from St. Louis fin New Yorkto

," '. Ihc rights of the State, and commit actual when it calls:! a price of thirty cents tions. \' without pay. All vacancies oc Liverpool it costs twenty cents FromSt.

11 I' treason to its constitution and laws. Who per acre twenty-seven cents, because the The scheme i is in the nature of the Governor.shall be filled by appointment made' Paul to }Liverpool tin New Orleans the
these constituted ? Who hoard cOJnl'cn"aledllaeir agent by a (commis freight rate is cents, while tin
are avengers companies of the Wot, which have 2. The mayor of the city or town and twenty-se\en
k HI{ lias: commissioned them to supersede! the sion. It might, with equal propriety, dc generally( i put upon the market in ten of the board of county com- New York to the same point it is fortytwoand l

1'{1 f constitutional tribunals of tho country ? duct a pro rata of the salary of the commN'sioner shares, and form the hulk\ of the ") : ) shall> be cx-nfficlo members of said a half cents I The consequence of all ,

j I 'pouhtle'1| it would be found 'In every in of l lands for the sale to :Mr. Disston.We stock operation of temporary a, Saitl boards of health shall. be ap- this is (says the report) the port of New Yorkis

t, f' stance( that they arc young men, who, would suggest! that the rioridian assumes the Northern stock markets. The for the term of four years, and_ a ma full vessels unable to obtain freights, and

\ :' Home by the excitement of artificial timu-- great degree of prescience! when it generally buys! to sell again, and of the members shall constitute a many go in ballast from New York to New
M attrition with bolder asserts that :Mr. Willard never would have 111for the transaction of business! obtain
(ants!, and others by Orleans to cargoes.
enough of the stock to know
4. Said boards of health, as thus cre
minds, have, by mutual encouragement, become offered twenty-six cents had, )not the Philadelphia u much about its! intrinsic value shall have full power to act in regard: From: the foregoing Is manifest even

t heated by the suggestions of tho most company bid twenty-fi\e." How will circulate in the stock market. It matters pertaining to the public health !supposing' no greater facilities for cheaper'
\ does the Floridian know this ? vital statistics! and are empowered to
t{ 'reckless. be very difficult to make any transportation. wer.c afforded, the vest and
t' I 11: ', 1 The, office of tho executioner i is: in all We do not think it worth while to further of land certificates in locating land, deem such" necessary rules!' and for regulations its government as they anil enormously increasing bulk of grain and\

j f. countries, looked upon with horror, masked discuss! the matter at the present time. The right to locate will do as well for :! of the }public health, abate other trade i is rapidly! seeking the great nat

I) fl ')pd concealing his, identity he performs I the Floridian, we suggest! could have pursued] a purposes, and will form a scheme of of nuisances, etc, and the jurisdiction ural highway of the Mississippi Valley. Hut
of tho law in the better line of argument in claiming fur the board of health shall extend to the "
i i 'last requirements taking land warrants We hope the eventual s of the county in which it is lo evon this great outlet suffers let and hindrance
t 1 'fifo of the doomed and lawfully-sentenced trustees that they deemed it best to close with will he that the warrants will fall and in case there be more than one ," by reason of the nnneoldable heavy

j I 'criminal. the offer of Disston! because it seemed_ to hands of actual settlers who, if they board extent. county the jurisdiction! of rates! of insurance for the navigation of the

;i +! It seems strange that any respectable man, cover n sale of 4,000,000 acres, than tosellone: will bo likely to improve those or some shall to a line midway between dangerous Uahamas" and "reefs of Florida -

r set of should be million at a higher price, with uncertainty well certain dues incidental
/ ; or any respectable men, any lands if have und as as! heavy
J they energy( capital : ', 5. In all matters of quarantine said
: willing, of their own volition, under any as to the sale of the additional quantity limited, extent. A settler equipped) : of health: shall have the same powers to the port of New Orleans If, notwithstanding

; circHimstances, step in, and fill the odious role required to meet the claims upon the land warrant only would find it hard conferred upon boards of heath in the these! drawbacks, the "Mississippi

) of Jack Ketch. With a proper sense of fund. In other words, that they acted fur to live unless he could get employment.The of nn act entitled an act to pro lloute" is being rapidly' adopted the com
I uniform system of in this
shame the crowd who for the blood the best, with the lights before I them. quarantine of the
J hunger most feasible and valuable approved March 11, 1879. merce country, how irresistible will be '\.l
1 of thciVictiin conceal their i identity, and in The point 'of our criticism was, that by the programme is the coast canal, C. This act shall! in no wise bo con the tide of trade on the completion of the proposed I

1 t character! with him, whoso ofllco'thry fill, waiting and letting the parties bid against in it no element of uncertainty and as! repealing section 1 of an act enti canal from the Gulf(at St.Marks) to theSt.

I '. ho' common hangman, mask themselves each other a higher price could have been be of vast benefit to the whole eastern an act to in provide this State a uniform, approved system March of Marys, on the Atlantic coast, by which! : ,

i :. to do what, in 110 sense:! can ho consid! obtained. of the peninsula. Uvcry: connection ;!), so far us it relates to cities and and nt the expenditure of n sum within the

( "en'd a' brave act. Tho man, or men, who, On the 1st of September the ninety days make between the inland waters will at of less than three hundred registered reach of many private citizen of the Union,

1 at some risk of life, apprehend 'a desperate will expire for the payment of Disston's j :: second he a benefit and promote the increase and utterly insignificant to the government,
:March 7, 1881.
criminal and deliver him over to the law, instalment of $300,000\ which if paid, settlement of the country. \ national highway," free from tolls, and

.' !are entitled to credit for their risk, bravery may he considered as reasonably insuringhis! It should be understood, in act of 1881 supersedes the act of 1879! > unfettered! by any lien of commerce, will invite

\ und' desire to sec the laws sustained and paying the whole sum and taking the four this and all other advertisements of t the mode of constituting time prrtvnnel the largest! trade in the world (whether

'., crime punished, but the man, or men, whotlke' million acres % >. character, that tho promoters ark I ttt board of health. The act of 1879\ foreign or domestic), under conditions absolutely -

from the custody 'of the law the tin >,- r and that ibott_'rla of Florida are : the mayor, aldermen and clty-pliysi-! i unparalleled, In cither' ('(' t\tmiyor fitness

: Armed, helpless vldlm', and under tho influence Till Itl-METALLlG CONFER ."C":. sponsible\ for the high' colors in ru'r the board af health ; by the !, where (to use tho words of a report on

I of the worst passions of our nature I imbrue This: conference of representatives of leading value of the lands tire depicted, and 1881 the Governor i.s to appoint five this route.tooneof Kuropean; corl'oratloll.lIccklJtg !

1 hands nations has been in session for sometime advertisements its statements and the mayor and president! of the to the
their in his blood, deserve only other :! )powers construct! canal!, as
in Paris, and has now adjourned. Very of county commissioners arc to be ex-
Kalis recommended in General
lie most:! unsparing condemnation, for what be taken 'uu yrnno Q. A. Gillmore's report
nil good citizens must denounce as a lawless! few people knew that it was! in session, or members. to (the Senate at Washington,) "neitherice
what its The Paris attracted learn that tho
were objects. races present city
Mini cowardly act, irrespective of the crime nor snow, fogs nor storms mar the prospects
much attention in the TilE the of the
act of
: more public constitutionality
of the
of tho merchant
'r victim. or the navigator, but
mind than the It ATI.iTICXIJ CHILI1 COAST ('.\ and its
currency was a are nullifying provisions by
o In the case before us, no sympathy withy fd'orat.le'lnrl:4, with ports easy of access
futile elVort the of the United States; to exercise the conferred
'. P, ; the, father who had rendered Illustrious service : on part : A NOOKKCIIOUKF : powers and ojieii! in a deliciout climate all tIeeU!' .
to infuse its own ideas on the! .'. !: and flaked hUlifo for tho protection, of : : : LAND j ('():\ '.\ by I'OUIUt' invite! the largest commerce in theworld
.s Florida :and silver, their relations and valuations as we say, as upon a former occasion, "
i,'w mho people6(J.4&st j against thcarmed (OK FLORIDV). winter and summer alike !
standards: of value 1 upon) the great powers law passed by the legislature and ap
foe, who ha lost one son on the field fight Under all circumstances! then, it is: much
abroad.] Nothing: however has been accom Charh'l'ellly' Special Act of the .' :- by the Governor is the law of tho
ing by his side ; no sympathy for the mother to be desired that the administration carryout
t' plished.! Wo have not succeeded in getting of Florida 181. and should be obeyed as such by all
whose only son was their \lclim, movedthe the design recommended in (the report
i 'lo that silver and shall\ citizens and officers until abro-
anybody gold public
J, hearts of the lawless crowd who comA ,, agree CAPITAL, $IO,<> )( < > and plans" furnished! by .General Gillmore! ,
be jointly standards of value, or to say what by repeal, amendment or a decision of
> milled this collective crime against I tho laws. now more than a year since, and by so doing
i' the fixed. value of silver to it unconstitu-
us: compared gold : Court declaring
I J Wo warn: the people) of our State that if they OFFICER :IWll.MVM uprc'me confer the largest benefit on all portions of
shall be. France )has her ratio of fifteen and Otherwise have law and
S. SrO'Ky.LlIuutl'lIX Dl- we no an
rl 0 expect Florida to be selected as a homo by > this broad land, the enoriMui majority of
I a half of silver to one of gold, and the President. Treasurer.Applications must prevail. In the matter of quar
I tho thousand and tens of thousands who tire whoso citizens are more deeply and person
p : United States sixteen to one, which is the! laws! it is of vital importance to the
t now looking forward to settlement within ally interested in this great internal improvement
: old Spanish ratio. According, to the present : will bo received on of the community that there should
our borders, they must, with one voice and i day July 11, mud! close on Monday, than any other project ever brought before -
market value of silver bullion the ratio conflict of It is unfortu-
as authority.
determination, put down these lawless! manifestations fur the I Issue of $1. )(),OOO of stock in the country. A. e,
would be and it is because that conflict should be instituted
to such
; of eighteen one, shares) of $10 ISSUED AT TAK.
unlicensed and unregulated I'. S.-One of the most eminent engineers
'. silver Is less valuable than its ]lawful ratio With bonus of $1,000,000<> ) of Land when serious consequences might
men the stream of will be in America has estimated
or immigration interest the1outeide( ) coreof
that people) take so little interest in havingor cates bearing (5 j percent, ( in the matter of the admission to the
deflected to other states, or to those portions from sales of land by drawing from the canal (and incidental works) at tell
hoarding: It, and the tn'asur11111>1 are of vessels from suspected or infected
I of our own which have as most of our coon. time, or convertible at ol'tlolluf holder: millions ;" the time necessary to completeit
filled to repletion with it. Wehavo become' land at the Company's regular prices Let it be at once settled whether the
1 tie-s have, we ore glad to say, a clean reputation at tell than two years J while I perceiveby
toalue ii and tho Kach: subscriber for shares of the corn
1 too 11l'\\'piil. to be sustained or abrogated.
4 1'I'III'I'\'WII
for good order und obedience to law. will in addition to his stock, receive a recent analysis that the" income of the
ver dollar which is: worth only a dollar, is
p l bonus a I Lllntl! 'l'lifkateqmll to the at country is increasing ut the rate of two mil
TIIIL.N!> KALE. not attractive) the pockets! of people who of his! cnbscription.TERMS THE FLORIDA CAXAT. lions and a half dollars per day !" A. 0.

{ While our well-informed and statistically: have a good many dollars. The idea has or \VMENT. : Editor of the Mirror: -

t almost infallible, contemporary, the Floridian been suggestnsl of a currency made in part of $-) (per share on application.\ : following\ statistics, bearing on Com We have received two numbers! of the

can always put the figures forward silver and part gold, which would be more $5 |Il'r share on deliver of shares and Transportation' which have re- Hurricane, published Charleston by that

> when it has the facts, it is not quite so reliable convenient and less \bulky. The trouble I.f U1111l'rtilil'uh*. formed the subject of earnest debate bright and piquant young editress, Miss Eva

'I In the field of criticism and deductions.JuiUJASuo such a currency would be in the ease of connterfciting CUKI \\ York, and which have been for' Uritton. The Hurricane is neatly 8ntl'ret.
OrulcF' : Tiiiuu AND >TM.T-STH.: ,
t i ) ( of the 12th it quotes from our it and the dilUculty of detection ; KELPIIU. JACKSONVILLE; Fl.\. me, as specially interesting in con- tily gotten up and en rapport with its fair

Viartiete.. t.on the four million sale as follows : and, moreover, any currency which could with, the above undertaking are cditre*.
l:',. /Iirthemeantime: it is understood that a not bet cII at its i intrinsic value abroad an extraordinary nature as to call ,

Jit! ;4.: ,,()I''I tI Agent had been appointed to negoti!; \ would be repudiated and depreciated I : Probably !to.mlIf This) Company Internal have Improvement a contract of with}' widest publication, furnishing, as l"oHI-OJJlce Notice,
t' ,,, ate" a sale of sufficient land to relieve the Office Jf t no 'change! : will bo mado (in existing for the construction of a canal to \' \, the most unanswerable arguments J : p. )"
', fund of the claims it. If
1; >informed this agent upon had succeeded we art rightly in arranging coinage or value Paper so: largi ly supplies outlet for like Okechobw. and \ development of cheap transportation Money Orders Registered: Letters from

r negotiations for the sale of one million all the demands of commerce, that for all\ claiming from l periodical overflow the / r, und over and above all other such 8.00: A. M. to 1:00: P, M,; und from 200; v. 111.
of Townships twenty-four
of acres ut fort'l'entsUlhllhrec million domestic puriwes the relative \uhu-s arc of east hyingsuuttt of Peace Creek the area the opening of the great internal. to 3:30 P. )n. Sundays from 10:30 to 11:30: A. N.
6*?: acres at thirty cents, about with the time the negotiation little consequence. It would, however, l>e amallerof ward of 8,113KIrrtarts) The State : from the .disc ssfJpi VaUey.and tit ,I ARRIVAL AND DEPiRTUI'.E or THE MAILS.Xorthtrn .
made Mr.
was Disston and
before it was concluded. We learn also that convenience if depositories of silver this Company! one-half of the lands as trVtutarie to Atlantic.. M
m, 1 at the same time an offer was made through coinage could ho matte throughout the as This reclaimed.Coiniwiiy" aUo owns the franc hi: committee, who have just completed J/ail- Closes 5.00: p. M.ilitrii ,

Aid agent for four millions acres at twen country, for it often happens that while the Atlantic Coast Steamboat Canal and! of their visit to the Mississippi
cents with down of For points north of Savannah
I i' tho ty-six whole per which would payment t there is i glut of silver coinage in the cities pro'ellleut'lItpan for the ('Oust met h and New Orleans, furnWi statistics closes......... ,
; I bum, have givenWOU0 canal the inlets: along the only ..................10x: ) *. M.
$ more than Mr. Disston gave, and th'flJa scarcity in the country. The treasury (a'..ast of connecting Florida, und which will give! may well cause anxiety to the great CaLir Keif and Transit Railroad-

;t hove relieved for six; months.the fund of the accruing ht'terest department, we believe, have recently !sive control of 330: miles of inland & ). monopolists, who, however, have de- Arrives.................. ?.. ?...... 4-00: p. M,
'!' adopted gome regulation for the bettor, distribution navigation through a country unur"( to reduce their rates, from which, of CI08cg ...... 8:45: A. xill'eat .
And makes the following correction of for fertility soil und salubrity of
of silver coinage. the puhlicsuffrr; but meantime, and J'loridfl-
what tho Mirror had not paid : In aid of (the construction of this canal

The Mirror Is mistaken when it asserts The deadlock in the| New York Iegislalure Company will receive u land. grant of the significant fact, the increase of the Closes.l ........................ 4.00 P. M.M..
acres per mile of canal (constructed rite the Mississippi route fc by "leaps: ................. 5.110 p. w
that )fr. Bwann had sold S.OOO.OOO acres! at )has been broken tll.far. as to elect
before the trade with will give the Company about -itIlIIIl', '" '."' Jacitotitille and St Juhia. Hirer s
;W cents Mr: Disston
; ,; was concluded.U Warner }'. Miller in place of Platt for the of lands immediately adjoining the ( example: one comparatively insig- Arrives.....................1U 2: A.t, 5.00 r. .
lung term the stalwart, !however, do not The- 111thlt'f! \ for excavating the Closes M.M.
will tw seen that the Mirror simply said : ; Luke article, last New Orleans ?. : ) r. v. 5:00: p. .
inclined allow along the ea -t tt u.t and into ;('(' year cx-
\ M
to ,
seem r Conkltng's place
If v, are rigWy informed this agent had moit'nii'jitty i is now belug built und' !Moth Hues of (" l 100,000 tons of "staves," while New N. Trader'i Hill Mail-
ae led '.t uejfvtMtfant for the tale of. to: be filled with an opponent, and if they are exj ected to lie eunipU'lod by furnished: only I 10,000 Formerly this Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays: at 2:30 p, M.
have pluck enough will vote with the I>emocruts lvi" Closes Mondays and Thursdays. at Rib A. .
;%. of acres cat Jud1 (eats, and three was almost entirely from New York
m >
ana : rnul_.."j of acres at thirty rents, about the! time ... tape for the iti\e>tment of capital in when we come to the much more se- Arrives Mondays Thursdays at 8:00: A,. .
tilt uefotlatlan was made with Mr, Dittton and The condition of l'r&ilh'ut Garfield con strucllon (.r lit,** of transportation, the !tcm of cereals," the figures are still h Tuesdays and Fridays at 2-.3O r. u.M..
tNHduJr" .inuea to favorable cbsM- unit Iniiiruvcment of lands of Thus Wedn.atlaj'undAat'tb.1Ii at 9:00 A. it.
JtlMltZ.. $NmUI" ; every day. : : For the year end. Closes
rant-het the 4ulon-by] reason of its Tuesdays, Wednesdays
Tlaa ttoidlan; says the ./.rrprIs, mistaken lib entire rvcutcry U now anticll"'h..1 l withgreat upiiicul |I'."itioii, climate und \st, lJ, there were exported from Fridays and Ratnnlayi ,at 2:O -.M.

when It ttsjfVU that a sale had beeu made, confidence.: w soil, adapted to the cultivation of crops "". J.filT.lij bushels of com,' and 1m.tMI T. IIIDI tJuL. P. M."J" .

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itiv\io\,' : "'sRKMINISTENCK.S Zlllla.IIII:. to faHlnto line by the adjutant-general,1.t. dear old Hags that waved( above a heroic I dancing with them.! grass, as thick ns it cnn grow, where great
numbers of cattle! bo raised
David Wilson, and escorted by the (;over- band, leading men on to tho glory of their One of Judge Bernard's, daughters, who pines, and In many may places' cypress-swamps; 'very lofty,
OF TUP WAll-PEVTK OK TIIK nor's Guard, preceded by Schneider'! Silver country, our hearts! swell with the fulness! of belonged to the .Eighth: regiment, was! enfolded the last Ilf which arc allowed to be excellent
UAU.AXT WAP.D-TUB VTTLl:.FIAOs OK. Cornet Hand from (Quincy, whose inspiring pride and fellow-feeling of love for., a fellow- with parts of the Hag of tho Dixie j rice-grounds clay bottoms arc within a few
TIIE SKCOM the Florida Yeoman found on the dead body of n soldier feet, and a good, lasting .stream of water runs
FLnntnt-ETC. strains I carried the soldiers again with martial soldier. I well remember brigado. I drain and How
thro them, to them at pleasure \
To the Editor ofthe Mirror: tread over t fields of battle, death and car It was at Missionary I i hedge: when the boy of the Fifth regiment. This flag! j jwns ; the bav-swnmps are frequently found
T.vt.MitvssKK, PI.A., July tl.I issi. nags, headed by their chieftain, General 1 E.A. :. surging armies of each: side were pressingeach made and presented" by tho ladies: of I Ii In the pine-lands being the 1 general fiends of
General,.. A, Perryand members of his Perry, brigade Surgeon Thomas' SI I. Pal' other back nnd forth, shattered\ not) i Centreville, Leon county, to Company K, the cypress branches : This pine-land, by the
of ami cultivation will ;
brigade met in tIle Capitol /grounds un the mer. (Lieutenant IT. :N. Wilson: Lieutenant: bleedingith the conflict going/ on. My( Captain: Gardner 'I good corn, potatoes and cotton ; the produce large
morning of July 14th and with the citizen! Taylor, and the historian of the brigade, Georgia; brigade who helped to swell the numbers! of thefcu' Captain Frank I' Fleming, marched through support a forlorn hope. ,,'c reached a certain (lags from cruel hands and gave (them to j pines and swamps, arc moist and seem rich '

beneath the shade of the grand old t the principal streets: Tallahassee! to Gallic's place and. were halLl'l1.'l' knew the I, Governor Urew, was there, happy and making ,j and perhaps will suit both corn and indigo. ;
but the bluffs flel'Itt bo the fertile
shelly ) mo!'t
monarch that shed their cooling shadows Hall, which was decorated with the brigade almost hopeless attempt to stem the throngs" the members of the brigade! happy.ell ) spots of high ground, and the Indians!
' r aLoit presented. the appearance of the (lags, devotedly and fondly preserved from pressing! mi to ns. The men bad tllIIl' to the ladies seemed: happy, and did their I chief plantations for corn and'' )pumkins .
bivouac nnd the camp, barring the mess strange bands 11 r. Hugh Archer was adjutant talk and ask questions. Some one nsked best t, to make the occasion one long to ho remembered. That which! I is called hall11\oek.groUJllll1'

chest and ramp kettles, which were kindly -general of the State of Florida under who was In front of a". The answer was, He who fails to meet nt these generally oaks, mixed full with of largo red-bay evergreen and magnolia and water-, anti

supplied by the generous hospitality of the (Governors: Milton( and Allison He put the Florit1hriglHll': (You know, my hearers reunions loses tho happiest days of his life. in many places the great palmetto or cab
citizens of this justly famed city who feasted these !Mags which had been placed in his, : we 'by-words' then.) One big! tall Bo nt the next, comrades.Tho bage-tree ; this i is generally reckoned proper
these war-worn .....etl'rlIwith the choicest hands: in charge of his ister-in-1aw, Georgian; cried out, "We are nil serene boys, members of the brigade will never both for corn, cotton, and indigo ; but the

of their homes. After paying their respectsto Mrs.( James 1'rel'l'r) daughter) of nil serene ; the Florida brigade with us, we tire of thanks and heart-feht gratitude to tho the marshes rh'ert.and: John's swamps) arc(so very exceeding e tl'nsiUpl'lJ rich, the\

Governor IMoxhnm and his cabinet, they ex-Governor Hrown, of Florida, and when will hold mir own' ladies nnd gentlemen of Tallahassee! for their last of which are full of large ash, maple

looked through the fine old State Home, the (General: Cook, of the Federal army, took Attorney-General\ holey:: gave the brigadeone free-handed generosity! their open houses and elm, being of an unknown depth of

chambers of the Hoife of Keprcscntativc possession of ']Tallahassee she carried of his usual eloquent' and happy ad and {'orllialn'hom" (to all. rich part mud of tho; so river arc,the which marshes: arc on covered the upper with

and the Senate, where the clarion voice ot( her charge to Hel.iir, a little town just t dresses After which Captain James' :: I.'. HOllY-HI' AI.KMOMI.UEMAUKS : WItl'N'IIIlIt reeds, as the lower marshes
our beloved and revered Col. .! Want below Tallahassee, and buried them in her Tucker introduced resolution in condemnation are with raiuc grass and reeds; all of which
was wont to sound the words of wisdom:; garden Hut being discovered by one of the of the attempted\ : as-assinatlon of .1.1/1)ItN.ti) when they are drained dry, will produce, in
probability, great of corn'and indigo
and particularly prophetic as a member of nation's \\'Iu.I.ohc. took t them' up again and I President Garficldi; and expressions. \ of sorrow KK1T:: II V and without much crops or any draining a fine .
the convention called to deliberate upon the going alone into her house, with her own for his present (01111 it 1011. Sl I r. 1K.: JOHN Bvr.ruvM: 1 or t'nll..HItJI'IJ"; increase! of rico ; so would the vast cypress ||
ordinance of secession where he advised a hands lure 011'board and placed them between Foster, being called, came forward anti replied Botanist to His( Majesty( swamps ; and of tho largo cypress-trees! may ?|
diirerentcour.se.George the weather-boarding) and ceiling and. ns Northern: man to the honest, sentiments for the Kloridas ; I be male great quantities of choice shingle, l jl
pales and hoards of long duration the -
> ; '
T. Ward: was elected t colonel of there kept them' not daring to let their hiding he had heard. expressed here to-day rro.N I largo live-oaks will make excellent: prodigious

the famous Second Florid.i Infantry, -.place bo known while the governmentof by brave soldiers. strong and durable timbers shippings. n.s
whoso prowess so often made itself.. felt, and the State was in the hands of the :.strangers. Colonel G.; Troup Mixwcll.a(: member of A Journey from 4f t. Augustine i the tall straight; long-Icnved pine tor, masts <|
the (liver! St.:: Johns and the others for
up and yards, ( turpentine, tar |
nt the battle at Williamsburg he was ordered When Governor; Drew was elected General; Finley's brigade: beinu called for, I and pitch as also for plank and scantlings.
to take the place of Col. Mott's( Eighteenth: in 187, and took his seat, she brought the, made appropriate, remarks\ : ; .and in connection % :Nt.\t t
With 1: = +
Mississippi regiment, who had expended, all Hags to him, and gave: them into his, hands ; said ho would I relate an incident of the lwplmuutlorytte !ll'I\.I is well replenished with variety of excellent .
their ammunition and! Jost severely As since then they have: been kept among the war that came under his immediate observation fish, ns bass, sea- Iremit, I'hl'l'p-Iu'ntt,
17f.) drums, mullets, cats' Barr: sturgeon, stingrays f
Col. Ward marched in with his hemet : lie in command of t the brigadeat '
: regiment, archives! of the State. was ; and, near its mouth, oysters, crabs, t|
the lifeless body of Col.! :Mott, being Occupying the centre of the front of the the battle of Lookout Mountain, and the anti shrimps, sharks and porpoiseswhich! t|
brought away on his horse in the arms of stage was a large picture of C Gem-rid ]Lee. Hencath "battle above the clom ls" ho pronounces: a doubtless will continue, ns there J is such a
his servant The position was a trying one. it was; that of General ferry On the myth-it never took place. The history of The pine-lands, as they arc hero called, (great extent of and its waters in so many great both f flakes
ponds continuing
The regiment had hardly gotten into position i. right of the stage, surrounded by green" this battle will take up more room than we contain variety of soil, according to their deep and broud to near its head ; its shores,
when the fight commenced, the: regiment : wreaths, was the portrait of President Davis, (,1II11'1'"tl. in this letter, but will ask Colonel different situations ; some very largo !shallow icing! JelIl'MIIItehnnl; are full of grass and ;
for ponds, quite dry in dry M-.ISOIH, but generally weeds, and 1\t1i ItII a fine asylum Jo (the : ,
contending again a whole brigade.In and on tho left that of General; Johnston, Maxwell( to give as graphic description I young
the front, flank and rear the bullets came under whom the brigade served the )press, (that history may b.' corrected of abounding with tall grass ; some very fry against their devouring enemies:
; ri.Ms.
extensive savannahs! producing rank good
like storm of hnil. Tho first killed his cabinet it rests under. is i
a man The Governor of the State luid an error: now
... .
was Win. Ilickman, of Capt. 1'."'. Hremrtl's the Justices of the Supreme Court' the United At night, Mr. )Editor, the ladies: invited -- ,

company Colonel Ward dismounting, cool States :Senators: and members of Congress, the brigade to a feast of delicacies: preparedby :_-_- .IMPORTiNOTICE. !!
self-possessed, came from the right to the Mayor of Tallahassee Col. Fleming of their own fair III"t"'h<,n they as --:--

the left, giving necessary orders to the company Georgia, all Federal soldiers, and the Press, !sembled Gal I!o'd Hall[ they: found Edward:

commanders, nnd reassuring the men were invited to seals! on the stage. General Singleton's string band making music; for
his When Co. association the dancers The hall was J. & T. KYDD
\,\ 1 by steady courage. reaching Perry, as president of the brigade promenaders
It. from Alachua county, which was the cc. came forward and formally railed the crowded with the beauty ail elegance of
and company next to the left, (there were association! to order and requested: liev. Dr. this city prolific of lovely women, who had Arc receiving immense additions to their already largo stock of

twelve companies! in the regiment,) Captain Curter, formerly of tho United States army honored the brigade with their presence! .

Williams said to Col. Ward "The enemyis but now filling the: Episcopal pulpit at Tallahassee during the day.Mrs. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
in our rear and tiring on us." Not wish. : to open the proceedings with General Perry came: over with t the ,

ing to unnerve the men with the thoughtthat prayer, which he did in the most affecting General, bringing her two beautiful daughters Men's and Youth's
they were between two fires, he replied, manner, invoking blowings; upon their deliberations Those who were unable to get to the Clothing,

Oh, no, William", those are our friends." and the success of the }undertaking reunion and meet Mrs. Perry, I am sure, FHOM LOW-PRICED TO FINE, GOODS. '
"Zip," zip," zip," the balls continued to of the society.A would like to know if she has ihanged, any

come, when Ward, who was facing ho t rear of beautifully-worded address of welcome from the time when she cheered them with IKiSS
the companywithout! changing thq IKI!!I. was l1 liv.elby }Mr Vretl, Myers. The generous Jt6"1I\1\uy kind words Ih camp: ; when.. ihohiiide AL1/-WOOI. LACE HUNTINGS, LAWNS, LINEN LAWNS, ItAUEQKH: and.GHENAsDINES

tion of his feet, changed the position of his thoughts coming through him from \ them a i11lril:1go''or.t""tWbW: : trPrtaaktthem + : SWISSES: TM If.11'ANS: VICTOUIA and 1'hits41ANLA11'NI3[ nt:low price, .
body by turning it on his hips and lookingto the noble ladies and gallant men of Tallahassee remember their mothers and sweethearts IlnrgiiliiN In Nil minor Nllltw-from Fifty Cents upward*.
the rear over his Shoulder! with a smile were consoling and gratifying to thu nt home ; or mado them a little herb

on his face lie Haw the enemy's column, brigade lie was responded to, for the brigade tea, or corn or rye coffee when they were 1\ Gents'. Fine; Furnishing Goods a Specialty.Our .

and just as ho turned his face, to bring his by General Perry, III fitting words of little ailing; or complimented them after
Dollar Shirt is Ilie
Improved bent, uii8urpa.ssrd 1 In fit and quality
body again to the front, a I1Ilnnie! t hall struck thanks that spoke the heartfelt feelings of each battle for having .done well under 'fin ,
ItlciM'IuMl foal Hrowii C'oUoiiH: at11'hioiesalol'riccw. .'rnlt'or Loomiit'
him in the back where the right arm joins the members. He paid thigh complimentto in action ; or would write for them their letters I
10 cents ; IO-1 SlKM'tiiiKM, 25 roiil.s. '
the body, passing directly through. Uttering the principles! for which the brigade bat to their sweethearts when they could *
A case of splendid Stuiidiird Prints al U cents per yard..
a slight exclamation of pain and throw- tied ; and M secession i is forever dead and get neither paper nor ink, amid when they '
1 ,,- We for I":" ..1 X
$ Irogentlt 6\: CO., leading Clothiers of New York City.
V ing both arms across his breast, lie felt forward gone state rights and state honor will yet had no time to act at their own amanuenses;
Spring; Samples now ready; :JMO styli's-sixty' of them from #15 (o>> )$25: per Hlilt.Fit .
(lcmD nd Died .for his country prevail all over these United States: Aa ho or write letter to their; parents; telling then guaranteed. .- ,
lie had n presentiment of death, and the State of Florida called into being ami that they were yet on the "top I'Iitoufl'lIrth,'
j2sA visit to our establishment" will convince that" while wc"ila not ell
last time he was with his friends, Col. Win. etjuil'l'cllher soldiers, and turned them overto and healthy and full of hopes of success you ,
i inferior Goods, \\'(.\ arc tho Clu'iipe*t Dry < OO"M house from "Inluc l 0
Archer Cocke and his", wife, a few weeks before the Confederate government, so did Massachusetts She i it just us tall and) comely-looking usever I I'loridtt. '

in Richmond, he repeated to them a : New York and Ohio raise their ; her facoisjust i a.s: bright and attractive,
J'. d c T. I.-3tr D: :D
composition: of poetry and told thl'1Ihe soldiers, equip and turn them over to the. her eyes ns brilliant, her hair M dark. Not ;, ,
knew his days were few (; but there was no United States.:: The Mates; have rights, and streak of time bus nhovvn itself; nil when New York Office, ) 17'tf f N.t::. Cur: CVntroamlTliinl Bf.s.l: ,
Walker; Street.: J \ Feniundlna Fla
such exhibition while in camp and in bat. they can never be divested of them one talks!! to her, it makf them (l't'lju.t, like .
tie Height cheerful, brave and valiant lie After General IVrryV reply, which was they were sitting under the fly of the General's .

led his men up to his: death. most enthusiastically m-eivtil, )Ir. H. II. tent, listening again to her botue-liku W. A. SA NB 0RN.

Pardon this long digression ; but I thought Long, for one of Tallahassee's fairest ladies, talk, while with that motherly regard for ._ ._ .
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this a fitting place to refer to the tory of Mrs.[ II. 1 S. Elliott: on behalf of f the the boys of her brigade, shu would! sew buttons -"--- -- ----- -- .';<',i .- -
the death of the first! colonel of the Second ladies of Tallahassee, presented the brigade on their shirts, and they could not help .::,:r-i'; .
Florida Infantry that his", comrades and the a handsome bouquet-Mr, Lung i portraying go into the tent and pick up their little :.' \.0":::.

public might have a true history. I got it the character sweetness, devotion and admiration Vevioand toss and .pitch .her up just! like < iii" ,
from an officer, then lieutenant of Company of tho ladies! for the heroism of great awkward, clumsy men would (bundle .. !":',' .

II., and who with Captain Williams", wit men and all the fruity that ennoble them. u pretty baby ; but oh Itt, tenderly they '
nessed what is written. War fell at their General Perry gracefully received the bouquet would catch the little cherub and give it Z WE HAVE JUST RECEIVEDBy Z

feet. Col. Rogers took command of the and attributed to the ladies! nil that such a smack of u kiss on the check that

regiment and brought it out successfully and was accomplished. "It wu: the ladles who Bet the little one to laughing;: and cooing, '
4; ,. in good order A private named Wolfe, be. cheered us on to duty ; it was the women and make them wish all tho brigade had a

longing to Company C., took up the body of who kept us in the army ; hud it not been little baby. And then Mil Perry gave them Kail!, Steamer, and Sail, .
his: colonel and carried it as far n-s his for them, many would have remained avvuy. little Genevieve, and every ui.au hud u daughter O O

strength would permit. Captain Williams It was my wife who jacked my knapsack as: and her name wu-i Yevle. (Comrade,
took hU sword and watch and brought it captain of my company, and bade me go." "cviuVa... at the reunion and wore the I

off That night, under the cover of darkness Governor ftloxhum, being culled, moat badge of the regiment ; and *ho was: just PQ! I A LARGE STOOK OFffl

volunteers went out, and after having charmingly blended (compliment: to those the prettiest, brightest and happiest soldier

some of the party wounded, succeeded in who wore lime gray and th04oVhl! ) wore the In the brigade, and ho glad to see! every one Z .2

bringing the body in, swung in an army blue. While the Federals honor their leaders of them, nut it U not little Ycvie naur; ;! '

blanket Lieutenant Seton Fleming was and soldiers, wo honor our chieftain! and he I is a tall, hand.somily-formed, beautiful

severely wounded in the loins and hud to be soldiers and wHilo honoring them we honor young lady, with a sparkling, flow of conversation I

left on the field nnd Ml into the hands of i ourselves; and while every leaf may In hu not le** entertaining than J FUI1NITUB.E L J .
the enemy Captain George; "'. Call, of the 1 stained with )blood, not a btiiin rests on the her charrniirg mother. Fhe hud I been 00 OT

Fcrrmndina company, was also! of the party* escutcheons of this brave brigade attending Mrs. General J, K.: 11. Stuart's

who brought in the body. Under charge of Senator Call came forward at the "''II/JUta.j school at Htaunton, Va.. (you see he II
Capt. Itreranl the corpse was carried to AVilHanitburg nexus outburst, and wade a tollt't'Ch just uitcd likes to get back to her old( otumplng ,
where it was: buried by friends to the ft'eIhtgs; of the brigade and the audi ground), intending to go into OM point Comfort --ANI>- ,

after our army left. He now bleeps thetileepof i (.nl't>. As CU-lIar gave character to his time, r to visit some very dear friends at that .

a noble soldier in the grave-yard of the and his, principles have )last,.! for more than celebrated Virginia swwido waiering: -plaee, .. : GENERAL; MERCHANDISE. f
old Colonial Church. Nesting above hU i two thousand years, c\' 'n up to thus: time, bleVa:! telegraphed to by the General to .cd4

grave Ii a stone, erected by the good people| I even **' will the principles last that these know whether the would go to Old Point :

of Virginia, that tells of the soldier of the far soldier fought for. Their history mid the or come:. home mid attend the reunion of .

South. I immortal )heroism of these brave men will the brigade on the I at h. Juntas soon as she .-.-.":=. ..
1. To return The members of 'the brigade I loat f.)r all tipie. These men we honor and could wrU! ,she replied that he would come '

looked; at the neat ground'ssurrouoll? the re*f't''t ; they have erected I u monument that ionic to riittt her .soldier coinanions| with i

Capitol at the monument erected to the will never perish. whom her infant life had grown, amid the : I
memory of Captain John Parkhill.. of Com- Colonel Fleming, of Georgia; 1 U-ing called, stirring m-envs of .haute( und >trff! the rattle, s CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOOK.w. I

pan M. of the Second Florida who was said : "IdttlUutcatnluhers to make u "|14"h, 4>f Illulfl'ry, thin I....,.,. Itr "Mi'tinn.' and the ,
killed in the Everglade In 1")1 ; mid the haveoHIM* from my home in
beautiful monument cretted by the Lodie this reunion, of Florida. oldin to enjoy Ilex a. M hal,)', *luuaut*-.! ut 1'/<< C'Un vusa ;

Monument! Association ttt Leon county to with (hem the jrrutiful) gathering "f our grown. young Moiiiaii. IIr St-ntral; t' -rry J .
the soldiers of Leon county. thought nnd .iiupiruiioiu, that carry Uot inbrotherluMxl and VevUvwriv at ll.<- ,tiilv-ftjiiiniKUl, ifit- ; .
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The roll of the drum and the bugle( call, to other ""1.. While. we have- former replying; toiheiutnr fjtu-..iQns! ..ked -- --"- -- -- -- -- ..

calling the men to Ibeparadtgronnd.sound- many things fur whUli tci fret wJ we have her; while VeU wa" .jn"t n4l hill"y, smuil| whrnot A iSANBNT.y

el 1 .lr ngely f miUr.They) were ordered many to te proud of; and wht-u I .rum these talking with Jr UIJ ......I__, oruxfully- :: : .


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l It USSl t. -or coffee pot, or even the remains of an olt (a NI n.\. ', DIRECTORY.United I BAKER COUNTY. I Attfttor nf Taxes Thomas Barco, Cotton

.. hoop-skirt, or anything to mar the beauty, County .Tllrlge-n.. D. Davis, Sanderson.Clerk Plant .....
< ,FREBH VrTEMIT AGUNST! THE MFF. OF THE could be found The dwellings are set' backa State OlllcerN.LAND ( : -F. J. I'ons, Sanderson. Collector of Ilercnue-Frederick 1 Foy, ,
\ OFFICE, OUNERVILLR. Sheriff-U. C. Herndon Sanderson. Oenla.. ;
CZAR-THE WHOLE COUNTRY' IN' A MOST short distance from the !street, with neat Schools-11. C. Martin .
Superintendent nf ,
JrYMfcr-J. A. Barnes, Gainesville. A8. l'81101' of 1'fl.rc8-0cor P. Canova, San- ,
i DISTURBED! STATE. lawns In front, interspersed! with (lowering Rrr'cit'cr-.John F. Rollins.! naln villl!. dcr on. Fort )[eC(} '.

To the Editor of the Mirror : shrubbery, and flower beds here and. there, .Surrryor/ -Grntrni-Malachi Martin, Talla Collector of Jct'CllUc-nicJlarll Kennedy,, MONROE COUNTY.

ST. PETERSBUUO, July 4, 1881. and back of these! the kitchen, garden-liouse hassee. Darbyville.Superintendent. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron Key 'Ye5t.Clrrkl'dc'r .
; the whole cnclos.e DISTRICT! corer nf Schonli-A. J. W. Cobb', T. Knight, Key West.
I hear of fresh attempt and other outbuildings,
on good nuthority, n
West.Assessor .
Olii'stce.!' S1j'rW'-GeorJe.o\: Key
Judge-Thomas: Settle J n'k ville. .
against the life of the emperor. Ar- with a neat palings, and everything neatly Mni slrnl-r. II. Durkcc] Jacksonville.on BRADFORD COUNTY. of Tares Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,

rangementfl:' had been made for the removal painted} from the house! down to the chim lrrl-Philip Walter, Jacksonville.INTERN County Judge-3. R. Richard, Providence.. Kcv West.

1. of the court from Giitschina to Pctcrhofl, lie)'. ,U. REVENUE.: Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Rct'cllllc-Walter C. Maloney,
ten The intention was to Many of these dwellings arc large and spacious : Collicfor/ 1criff-W. W. Tnmblin Starke.Amctmr Jr., Key, \Vcst.
days Dennis
I" 0' some ago. : Kngan, Jacksonville. of Tares-N. C. Wainwright, Lake Superintendent, of Schools-J. V. Harris, Key
;1 and thence and from that down to small cottages ,,
: proceed by rail to St. Petersburg, WtLHCTOIW: OF CUSTOMS.: Butler. < t.

by steamer on the gulf to the landing place : but all neat and clean. John "". Ilowrll }Fernandina. Collector of Rrt'rnlllHullherr Haynes!" NASSAU COUNTY.Orunly.1w7e1Iiiiton "

.' below the Peterhoff Palace .A the last moment The first impression on a stranger is that J-lwllrllJol'kill:4: : Jacksonville. Santa Fc. J. Baker, Fernandina.
an letter was received by these houses! arc the abode] of wealth and] refincincnt John P. How'St.' Augustine. fSinterintcndent of Schools' -L. II. Rhodes, .
,. anonymous J. M f. Curric, Cedar Key. Starke. (ll'rk-.J. A. 1i: wards, Fernandina.
the chief of police, advising that a strict but on inquiry he will learn that BREVARD COUNTY. S/t'riff-I'eter Cone, Fernandina.Attestor .

i .:, search should be made on the impcria many of them are the homes of small farmers State County Judge-James A. McCrory, .City of Taxes-Win. II. Garland, Fer

yacht, which was destined. to convey the mechanics and others, who arc depending Oflrt'rH. Point. nandina.Collector: .
Czar and his family. Suspicion being thus on their daily labor for an income.I EXECUTIVE: : KEPARTMENT.fiorernor Clerk-.\. A, Stewart, Titmville.AMctnof / of Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer-
-Win. I). Bloxham TalIallH of Taxes Wallace R. Moses" Georgian nnndina.
! aroused, nn inquiry was made, which resulted have managed to become acquainted 7VM dcnnnt-Gourrnor--Livingston W. Bethel uia. Superintendent of Schools-'\". A. Mahoney,

in the arrest of a lieutenant and two with not a few of the residents of the village Key West.Sccr'fflru Collector ofeieunc/ -V. )Platt, Lake Jcs- Callahan.

petty officers of the ship. In possession of and admitted Into their society, and invited ; of State-John L. Crawford, Tal sup Orange County.Superintendent ORKNOBCOUNTY.County .
the latter were found explosive bombs of the to their homes enough to learn that lahassee. / of Schools=A. Grady. La / .rudgc-H. L. Summcrlin:::; Orlando.
Comptroller-1V.1). Barnes, TlIlIuhallsce.T'cfmrrerJlcnry (;range. f'lel-3. P. Hughey, Orlando.
!same nature as those used on the fatal first the interior is in keeping with the exterior A. L'Englc: Tallahassee.Attorneymineral CIAY COUNTY.County Sherif-Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.

of March. It is said that this affair has in neatness, taste and comfort. ]Even: in the -George I'. Raney, Talla Judge-3. T. Copeland Orange .h.$I'II or of Taxes-James )[, Owens, Fort
made deep impression on the mind of the smaller class! of tho cottages you will find a hassee.: .. .Park Reid. Fla.Collector.

4: emperor. At I'cterhoff every possible precaution comfortable little parlor, and if no expensive Tallahassee.Commissioner\ of Lands-Hugh A. Corley. Clerk-0. A. Ruddington, Green Cove of JaClIIlC-Xnt. Poyntz, Orlando.
\ Springs. Superintendent of -John T. Decks,
I, is being taken, and the railroad be- furniture is displayc(1there are many lit Superintendent of Public III f/'llrfol/-B. K. Slier/ James "'. DeWitt, Green Cove Fort Reid:
I t tween that town and the capital is guarded tle ornaments, the handiwork of the wife or Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. PUTNAM: COUNTY.

,P at every fifty paces by soldiers with fixed daughters, which tell well for their Indus- _Adjutant-General':. Yonge, Tallahassee assessor of Tares-Win. Conway, Kingsley. Judge of rolJfllc-B.. Harrison, Fnlatka.Clerk .
the table I BURKVU OF IMMtnitVTION. Collector of Rel'CIIllC"III.. S. Plummer, -\\'. Forward, Palatka.
bayonets, pickets being encamped all along try, taste and refinement, and centre
-A. A. Robinson, Tallahassee Maxvillc.[ Sheriff=Thomas Shally.Assessor .
i the line. Thb whole country is undoubtedlyin is universally stacked with u few books I j
Super!iitenduit: of Sr/wu18-L P. Geiger, -S. K. Timmons.
I: a most disturbed state. A feeling of great and newspapers.The Clerk-II. C. Long: Tallahassee.S1ecia1ilfreutaSamuel Middlcburg.[ \ Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.

I. f uneasiness prevails among the upper classes, question naturally arises how have Fairbanks Astor COU'MBtV COUNTY. Superintendent: / of Public Schools- J. W.Strickland. .
Building, Jacksonville ; D, S. Place: Waldo.SUPREME .
t and the peasants are displaying a discontent these people managed, with only ordinary : County Judge-'\". M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. .
f hitherto unknown in Russia wages, to become the owners of so comfortable COURT. ClcrJohn Vinzant, Jr., Lake Citv.Sheriff TAYLOR COUNTY.County
{ Chief Justice--K. M. Randall Jacksonville. 3. "'. Perry, Lake City. Jwlge-W. II. Parker, Perry.Sheriff .
: i Isolated attacks on the Jews continue and homes, for certainly they are very much Associate. J+(tiCC-J. Wc teott, jr., Tallahassee _1 h.+rsenr, of Taxt -lt. W. llivers'lj\ke City. Thomas Osteen: Perry.
i! I have just heard of the sacking of three superior to anything we see! in Florida Collector of 1'II.rrll-.J. L. Parish, Lake! City Clerk-John C. (Ctilhoun Perry.
J 4, more.Villages In the neighborhood of Ma- among the same class of people? By dint Associate; Justice-R. B. Valkcnburph/ Superintendent of,',Juliuspotsdamer I Superintendent of ."rllOul/-T. J. .Franklin,
Jacksonville.Clerk .
riopol, but danger no longer threatens the of inquiry and observation I find, first, they Lake City. Perry.;
-V. H. Foster, Tallahassee.CIRCUIT DUVAI. COUNTY. County T'CWII''r-U., S. Sutton, 1'erry.
J L Jews .alone. The people appear in many put In six days work each week ; neither JUDGES. County/ SlIl'l'c.1Iur-lJ., N.l'ox, Perry.
County Judge-William A. McLean, Jack-
t I districts to be under the" impression that, time nor money are spent in liquor or cigars First Clicnit; -Augustus Maxwell, I'cn- !!tln ville. Collector of Revenue

r I C ,with the authority of the Czar, the poor arc ; again, the mornings and evenings, sacola. Clerk-Thomas K.: Buckman Jacksonville. A"cssorof Tiu-es-S. II. Peacock, Perry.ST. .

to possess themselves)' violence, if nec aside from the days: work, are occupied in Second Circuit-David Walker, Tallahas Sheriff Uriah Rowdcn, Jacksonville.Awtsor JOHN'S' COUNTY.

f : l'Ssnry-Of: the property of the rich. improving, beautifying and adorning their S'e.7'F of Taxes-.\. J. Prevatt. Jackson oJlfIl.rrrdYI'-:. Cooper' St. Augustine. -
rrl Circuit-K.: J. Vunn, Madison. ville. .
; Near Tchcrnigoff peasants assembled places, and much of the work which, with Fourth, Circuit-James )[. Baker Jackson- Collector of Hcventie-Moses J. Brown, Cleri'-Baitolo F. Oliveros\ St. Augustine.:
V ||. and informed the owner of some sugar us, would be done by hired mechanics, suchas ville. J nl'ks.)11,'ille.Sopaililellflcllt. .1".riff-1a1ll01l; Hernandez: St. Augustine
: I| works that they had resolved to take all of making the palings, painting, etc., etc., Fifth Circuit-James B. Davvkins, Gainesville. of S<'hoots-Albert J. Russell : Astessor of TaJ't'navi.t) L. Dunham. St.
ksonville. :
;. his property, but that, In consideration of has been done by the owners at "add"times Augustine.;
Sixth Cirrrtit-H. L. )Mitchell Tampa.Seventh ) HVMII.TON: COUNTY.bumtg (6 ll"iior of RI'/'clw-Jo-ll'l'h' F. Llambias,
his personally amiable character, they had without breaking into their regular Ci.rllil-\\'. Archer Corke, Sun\ ford ( .11U'/r-IIlIr J. Stewart Jasper.Clerk St. Augustine.Superintendent: .

''I no wish to hurt him, and would allow him work, and it surprises one to see how many -J. (Caldwcll Jasper / : of! Sd1)1r'. F. Perpall, \

1 I to collect a few things which ho might specially little fancy things, that help to adorn a Court Calendar.FIRST Sheriff James M.[ ]Duncan, Jasper. St. Augustine.

value, and to depart 'Jn pence home, have been gotten up with very little CIRCUIT. Awwor of Tares: -J. I R. JIllllt'r.IlC'rllll1.. SUMTKR: l.ot: T\ .

t Iii KicfF it is still found necessary to keep !, cost: of material, and none for work, in this Full 1frm- Collector of H'I''IIIW'V.. H. I I. McLcod[ (Clerk'unnlg.holee-IenryS.Cassidy-Thomas J. Leesburg, K
Columbia County.Superintendent Ivey, Leesburg.
the military under arms and to maintain way ; and still again, in this: country thereis Walton allt1o: 1th!
f the patrols and pickets in the streets Here always something for women and childrento Holmes, 2d Wednesday 1I1't'rtth Monday[ ,.Ancrum. Assessor of Tares-G. 1'. Wall, Webster.Collector .

I the prisons have become so full of persons do to add to the income of the family : in October. HKUXANDO COUNTY. Leesburg. of 1CI''IIIC-John W. Dyehes, fr

( suspected of political crimes that the idea something taken home from the factory in I in Washington October.: 2d :Monday after lilt Monday County Judge-'\'. L. Trierson, Brooks- Superintendent of SClwols-A. C. Clarke' ,

of trying any but a few special cases! is out hc;! neighborhood, or from the village store, ville.Clerk. Sumtervillc.
Jackson, &: Monday; after 4th Mond.iv[ in -J. C. Law Brooksville.
1 of the question, and as the number of arrests which have the clothes made up for its cus-: Oitober.Kscambia. Sheriff-/ B. Mickler, Brooksville.: SUWANER COUNTY. l

1 I Increases daily* authorities arc much ;omcrs. It is true much of this work is : 1st Monday[. in December.' Assessor l of Tajtcs-Frank K.Saxon: ]Brook) : County Judge=M. M. Blackburn, Live,

; perplexed! an to the disposal of their,victims.!' ., done at very low-vriccs, prices! that Would This: net amended section 2 of act of.FiUruary villr. d Oak. .. ,. .. ; .
\ 10, 1870, ami docs not chnngo the Collector of Jt'I'CIIUfITowlIlellll: Cltfk' -]Robert A. Reid Live'Oak.Sheriff .
cine" had to
bb solved when taking who
norjustify pity
1 3 I Thodiflkitltywillonly wo I any
Spring Term. Brooksville.Superintendent. John R. Sessions: Live Oak. 1
1 \ I see trains of miserable, dU\lrlelll'reatUrt'S departing board but if one, two or three dollars arc THIRD CIRCUIT. of Schools-]D. Thrasher, Assessor of TaresW.. Ii. Sessions<, Wei-

I for Siberia and Sagltal icmi. earned in the week, it is 'just that much Spring Tt'Tll1- Fort Dada born.

The action taken by Grand Puke Constantine clear gain to tho family ; and still further, I Taylor! 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday[ in 1I11.J.,<;UOUul.HI( COUNTY. Live Collector Oak. of JCt'cllIIl'-llohert P. Allison,

In resigning all his office, of which the here is: no waste or leak, everything outside April.Madison, M Monday in April. County( Judge-II. I.. Crane, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-3. O. C. Jones, Iit

t Czar was informed by letter on Thursday, is and inside is turned to account and made to I Hamilton, Ith :Monday in April. UI'l-'VII1.It. Isaac: C. Brown Craft, Tampa.Tampa.Sheriff Live Oak. t S.

I I very serious. Owing to the slights to whichho last and do service for a time and to an ex- Suwunee, 1st :Monday after 4th Mondav[ Assessor I of Tares-S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. VOJ.USIA COUNTY F

has been subjected, it is difficult to sec tent that would !surprise anyone who was I in April.Columbia. Collector of JCI'Clllrc-'V.. Runs, TllIllpa.Sllj.illft..lt.llt County Judge: -James II. Chandler, Enterprise.
Oil Monday after 4th Monday .
'.' what other course ho could have adopted. not familiar with this kind of economy' and in April. of t'cwuls.1'. HendersonTitmpn. Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.

: Still, under the UusIlalB'stem": every subject care.I Lafayette, Glh Tuesday after 4th Monday .1EFFEit+oS. Smriff-W. A. COI1C'I nterpri-le.: f.
1' being a noble, who 1 has not some other I would not wish to understood that in April.Fall Assessor of 1'axr8-John Anderson, Enter
7'trlll- (\>untii Jud status must the until is done better here than at home
special serve crown everything
-\ Taylor, 1st Tuesday after lit Monday in .'illl''itJ'-T.) B. Simkins, Monticcllo.\ Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De- '
he obtains permission<< ,to retire. No individual but I do know there is much, very much, to October! Clerk-\\r. C. Bird, Monticcllo. Land.

has the right to withdraw without tho bo learned by any of us who will travel Madison: 2d Monday in October. j t Superintendent of ,*'hnolar-1V. R. Taylor, Superintendent of /101'/8-\. Cranshaw, "

imperial sanction, and the taking of such a through these Yankee states and keep their Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. 'Monticcllo. Enterprise. .
''I Suwannee after 4th n"IU'1'rClfJmrt'fjrardeau: ; Monticello. -
1st Monday Monday .
without permission constitutes a distinct and while leave their '
I step : eyes cars open, they \ .
in October.
.. offence The grand duko has crossed prejudices at home. One thing they will be Columbia, 'kl Monday after 4th Monday (bllert'rof lc.t.t'IHlt'-Joi"eph Palmer, )Mon SlteriW.CuulltrJIIlfltJW'. U. Walker. Giles, Crnwforltvillc., Crawtordv1l1e. '

tho Rubicon, and openly placed himself in sure to learn;that what we want, and must October. ticello.\ Clt'l'L-Xut. n. Walker, Crawfordville.
\ opposition 19 the Imperial will. He is not have before we become a thriving, )prosperous Lafayette Oth Tuesday after 4th Monday[ Assetsnr of TaJns; -3. 1'. Grantinm1'an- Superintendent of Schools-'\'. T. Duval,
t r liked in Russia but lie is far )people, is something for women andchildren in October. kccnfih. Crawfordville. ,
by any party : .
to do. Where everything dependson FOURTH CIRCUIT.Spring County Treasurer-: W. Walker, Craw
<, too Intelligent to believe in tho success of the earnings of the husband I and father, Term Counttf Jsulge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. fordville.Collector.
the present repressive system, and he may the progress will bo slow, if not uncertain. St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March. Sheriff Thomas J. Walker New Troy. of Revenuer. H. Walker, Crawford -
hope by his action to ally himself with .the Again, wo must learn to use more economy Clay 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins! New Troy. ville.
Liberal ) 'ltlonparty which has been in time and money, or we will never keep Bradford I. 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of School*-J.C.Ramsey,New Assessor of Tu.re8-C. R. Reynolds:!, Craw- },
Opl ; with these Yankees TOURIST.
up (Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy.. fordville. ,
forcibly consolidated by the sudden change :Nassau: Tuesday in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New -
of policy in the government, and the exclusion SO UT11KKX IXUKPKXItEXTS.If Duval) hot Tuesday in )In)'. Trov. (.. 1'. A VERY, r''
Fall( 1't'r"- (Collector of J/'t'ewe-Sewton Sapp', New
of all its representatives from share :
any politician of the South desires! to have
St. John's 211 Tuesday in September. I. Troy.
of authority. encomiums heaped upon him by the Republican Tares A. S. New
4 Clay, 4th Tuesday in September.Bradford Assessor of Acklcy, Troy.
press of the North ; if he wishes: to be hot Tuesday in October. .
( A CUAUACTKUISTIO XKWJ.VO- extolled as a patriot and a statesman, and n Baker, I'd Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.Comity L 1VERY AND BOARDING ST.ULES.CAUm.AOE8 .
4 LAXD VILLAOK. man of the mast enlarged views and ideas ; Nassau. 3d Tuesday in October. JlltllCC.. Bvrd Tallahassee.Sheriff \ .
all that he has to do is to express his determination in November. A. osdl'r, Tallahassee.ClerkC. AND WAGONS "
71111,0 Editor IIjth Mirror: not to act in future with tho Democratic Duval, 1st Tuesday A. Bryan, Tallahassee. To and from Steamers and Trains.

Whoever form their Impressions of New |part,)". If to this expression lie joins!!!, FIFTH CIRCUIT. Suj>eruteitdeiit of SclMoU Henry N. Felkel, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING ETC.
England lifo and manners: from what they from time to time, attacks on what lie is Spring 1'rrm- Tallahassee
pleased to term the "Bourbon Democracy," Saunter, 3d Monday in March. 1'rlIItrcr-J. L. Demllly. Tallahassee. FOR SALE : f
sec 11I passing over her railroads or visiting and adds: his voice to those that I have so lung Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Ilete.nre-l''. C. Pearce, Talla- HORSES- BUGGIES, HARNESS.:;; #
Boston, the "hub" of the six states, or been accusing the white people of the South Putnam, :3d Tuesdayafter 4th Monday) in hassee. C.H1'BXD WAGONS.
other large cities, or her watering places and of fraud in elections, the admiration of the March. Assessor of Tares--(J. A. Croome, Tallahas p r TERMS: CASH.-**
I bummer resorts or her largo manufacturingcentres Republicans for him becomes unbounded, Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in see. ;jt rOffiee and Stable-First Street:: near
and, whatever may have been his past career March.Alachua. LfcVY WNTY. Broom Street Wharf. 4.tr!
or from the people they meet on or whatever his character and opinions 4th Konday after 4th Monday in County Jiulae-,,". II. Sebring Bronson! ;' - --- --- -
railroad curs, will have a very imperfect hoc is considered worthy of the favorof March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bron on. Stove and Tinware.- "
idea of what New England Yankees are, in tho i owers that be.-Mobile Register. Fall TermSumterlst ShC'riff'-J. S. Parker, Ilronson.
-- Monday in October. Assessor of Tares-IxmLs Appell, Bronson.
I their habits, industries, economics, morals, Call for a Reunion of Flnley'aJtrlgade. Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Jt'f't'IIUe-J. Ira Gore, Cedar W. HTREETY,
and whatever goes to make up home-lifeand Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Key. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,

character.The At a reunion of the First and Third Florida Levy, 4th Tuesday November. Sujterinteiuleiit of &;/ooIJ. B. Mcmlen- .

writer has spent a week in one of the Regiments on tho 30th day of July, 18NJ, November..tlachun,1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bron.son. ....---'r;:, .,.,;&....;.r- ''_':<,_' ;__' :)
inland in Connecticut that on motion unanimously adopted, an invitation MADISON COUNTY. = '
many villages SEVENTH' CIRCUIT.Spring ,', -r,.. "'t'
was extended to the survivors of the -.-. ,' -....-
t.--\; "
f, have not been demoralized by any of the other regiments of Finley's Brigade to unite TermOrange CumatyJwlge-li. Witherspoon, Madison. 'tfi. '" -- -- 4

nbovo recited iniluences, and where the most with them at their next reunion, at Jacksonville 4th Monday in January. ShC'riff-S.. )[. llankins, Madison. r -I" ;t,, '...' .....!.r..J"J, ., ...ft.
'of the citizens were to the "manner born," \ on the 27th day of Jul ', 1881. Volusia, 3d Monday in February llerk-John M. Beggs' Madison :\.: '. t .:.s..,'""1.J'f"!'. .':.'t.j,
With the sincere desire that this cordial Brcvard. 1st Monday in March. ,- !
.& and, of course, uncontaminated. The village invitation from our comrades of the First Dade, 3d Monday in April! Sujieriuteitdent of Schools-K.: S. Tyner, -, --;;::: ,;:\.l .? "
: i Is composed of some forty or fifty fainilles and Third Regiments may be as cordially Fall 1't'rm- ) 1'rt4IMlrcT-8. 8. Smith, )Madison ......._ .:t!"" ..$ ':'J'! ,
their houses built on a single straight accepted, I earnestly and affectionately request Orange 2d Monday August.. Collector of Rt'1't'luulII.. Warring Madison [ ,:..;. .l [ -
street, some half or three-fourths of a mile and invite the reunion of all the survivors Volusia :2d Monday in &>ptember.Brevard. '>.i&'I ..,.;. .. .". .-'
of the Brigade at Jacksonville on the 4th Monday in September. Taxe U. 1>. Wat worth ::E: ;;:1
Assessor of *- Mad ..
hundred ,
: long and about one and fifty feet .7>> day of July, 1881. Dodo, :2d Monday in November.County .J/t. '
wide; two rows ofmaguitieentoldelmtrees, This invitation is cordially extended to ]:son. M \ \TEK OLATY.bcudy t... ...,.
with wide spreading branches, run throughthe he survivors of other ex-Confederate comiiaiuls OHIcerw.ALACHUA ]r' -' ". ..)
( JulVe-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.
and also to the survivors of the .
entire length of the street, some twenty Robert S. Griffith \
Union, who, as we believe, share with us in COUNTY. Clerk- Manatee.
fivo feet from eIther side, leaving a wide the patriotic desire that all the sections of Cviinty Judge.-Junlus C. Gardner, Gaines Sheriff .t. S. Watson I"ine Level.
drive-way in the centre and sidewalks on our common country may ever hereafter beheld ville. Atsessor Gblkctur of Taxes-:S.;; J. Tyler Bradentowa STOVES: HATERS, RANGERS.
side. All of the remaining is together in the encircling;: arms!of u genuine Clerk-J. A. CarlUle, Gainesville. Jet'/lue-larion. G. l'arlton,
either space and 'lasting brotherhood. Sheriff: John W. Turner, Gainesville.\ J't>I'8-"h. TIN AND SIlI ET-mOs WARE
covered with as perfect a mat of green grassas J. J. FtXLEY. .tuulor l 'ujrM-r-George e "". Hawthorne Superintendent of Schools-Felix J. Seward ROOFING: ; AND
the eye ever beheld, and HS neat, and N. 11.-;: AH communications addrv*"ed to Hawthorne. line tevel. GUTTERING,

and tidy as any gentleman's lawn, Captain .\. Doggett, tit Jacksonville reference I,\Idlrcturof ferenue-41. P. Thomas Gainesville MVKIO.N; l"Ol'XTY. PUMI-S, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
clean, search from one end to to the proposed. reunion, will receivemmctliate tautly Judge Samuel P. Marshal: <(Vain.< A !large tock of tlWt's on hand.
and if we were to attention and prompt replies.J.J. .o-itn.kiJ of &&**>!*-W. N. Shc-at*, Cl.rk-Robert )Bul.x-k.| Ocala. a rail\ awl Give me
the other riot t a.buh, or stick, or an old I hoe .... Gahueavdllc... .... t't'WU.l'nltdltil'.l.! IK-ula ,-' I other (1.UI'l'tl1t ivrapare here or my t.tw :: prices- with. those of

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KiLLixa Tin: COTTOX iroiwr. rior article. It will not do to risk applying f finish! of their work as cotton destroyer*, 1880. 1881.
worthless poison when one's plantation With your solution at this strength 'oune,11 I4t ..
SHOWING now COTTON ,M\\ nE rRotKcTKn: AT has been attacked by the cotton worm, for a have: no fears of injuring your !plants! (put It .
A COST, KCU POISON'S", OF OXI.Y ONE misstep!' at that time ('lIuhltot be retaken on as "Ol1n:1: ) for, unlike n \liquid! merely ,
and corrected -the cotton would be u! ed ui holding an insoluble poison in suspension! ,
CENT AXI> ONE FOt'UTII: OF A before a second application\ \ could be made every drop\ applied is tlie t MI11('. In case of asuspended ,
CENT PEU ACHE. after learning that the f first was a failure. poison a want of :suitable agitation THEFLORIDA.

A considerable portion of our time\ whili ARSENIC. is apt to render the application too
serving on the staffof the United States Kn: weak, ana when the vessel containing it ia
tomological Coin mission last summer, invcs The arsenic! employed by ullil our experiments approaching: to emptiness, it I is apt to be too
of last summer wasthecommon white to such an extent as to work
tigating the cotton worm, was! spent\ in oxperimenting strong,
arsenic (AMlmnnrteiuonum), costing! by tho
with view serious damage: to the plants. arsonin -
a to finding a chcaj
barrel, landed in Texas from three to four
effectual with wliieli no agitation is necessary, and the first
and remedy to destroy
thus cents per pound. We suppose! it would eo-t t (pint drawn from the vessel differs in not n
the insect and cotton .
protect our
cropsWe about the same: at the present time, in eit her single particular from the In: into the work
went entertaining gren1 Mobile( New Orleans or Savannah, A
A good deal might be reference
should he able find
hopes that we to amoiu '
made to the
solution was by adding to the ltilfl'rent11118 of applying! these MIRROR
Ot'R NATIVE! PIANTS gallons of water live pounds of arsenic and liquid (poisons! now in vogue amone planters .
something that could be made to unswer a one pound of sal soda, and then boiling! over but we can give that part of the subject only
good purpose) as an insecticide. Our hopes a fire in a C0111101irol\ pot\ until all the a parsing touch at pr('! were stronger in consequence of havnifj arsenic was Ilis! Texas as our field of operations, where then of arsenic that will keep for any length market and to be had in Southern cities, tot 1kft,: ,
were plants in great variety whose medical! of time without the slightest t precipitation.We and some of I them seem to WOl'k'er\' well, ,
properties were comparatively little under !have now in our oltke, u bottle of the though: we have not given to any of thorn '
stoot!. Large numbers of plants were put tr solution made on tl1 plan lat sU\I1mcr-it sultteicnt !study to (enable to venture an -'... :
the test in various wajs, but it was next t is just as: perfect to-day as it was on the day opinion as to merits! or demerits. The main ;r J4;{:;"?,.,. .
door to labor in vain ; for, while we found when we made it. thing is to get tho poison over the plants Inns '
some things whole application appeared tc Of this: solution one quart was: put into fine n !'prnliS possible, and. oft-our e, at : .ft- ftJ'r't' :
annoy the insects vastly 1 \\c found nothing fortv galloijs of water, \\ hirh was then sprinkled the l'tI"t possible i'fwt: One f the i imp\t'-\ --Sq'ltEl 4Y1 _, '
that could be regarded an effectual remedy. over a field of worm-infested cotton in ments in most general use is common force
Several other workers for the commission the usual way. It, destroyed the worms, pump rigged on a barrel for containing the .
experimented with our native plants in which were in'strong force ,when the application liquid, and provided with some Kind of nozzle "
various portions of the South with the same! was made, leaving the plants uninjured calculated to throw the liquid broad-cast: .
object in view, all of whom met with results! to any extent worth naming. Several when it is forced tjtrough it. The barrel i H
similar'to! those rewarding our own cfl'orts,, similar tests were made, all with uniform hauled over the patch on a twohoisecartorwagon
as has been shown by comparison of notes( success. Forty gallons were found amply which "straddles" a row of cotton
No plant native to the South is known, a* sufficient to go o\er an acre of cotton of ordinary it goo!*' Of course the cotton !I.. bent down

yet, to possess prolwr' es qualifying it to destroy growth. under the: axle of, the vehicle" I but this rarely I -
the cotton worm.PYRETItRVM.. Here we have remedy with which wo damages: it, as it :soon; rises again to its original ---1-
can save our crops from the cotton\ worm at perpendicular.! In many localities a
a cost of one cent and a quarter) per acre, cheap tin force made expressly for
) pump
A grc.it deal had: already been said ami rating the price of arsenic at four cents per the purpose i is for sale at hardware stores 5
written concerning powdered p>'roth rum \pound and that of sal soda at five cent", The common garden "fountain pump" mavbe !
(" Persian Insect Powder" of the drug stores)) which would bo very high for the latter. made to answer \'erwell where the work .

as an insecticide, consequently our attention This, it seems to us, is: whittling the matter is not on too large a- scale; and we IKIVC.
was turned to that substance: as a remedy of cost down to a point decidedly line. Of known !several acres to be saved by sprayinpwith )
for the cotton worm We found that it course there must ho' mMed in the final footing a common hand sprinkling pot, but

would promptly destroy, the insects when up of all outlays, the further cost of this: !' was hard work ami tedious.-1'rofJ. l\
placed in contact with them directly, but preparation and application, !but one cent Stelle, in Mobile Hcffhter.TOV OJOB w
otherwise we found nothing in its application and a quarter pays for the poison. And as

that could he regarded as particularly to the cost of the application) it is: no greater jtiiEssixa ron TUKVS.Fruit o
Professor and others of 8'
encouraging. Riley than that of Inolher ti'1uhlrt'IIH'lly ; indeed
the commission laud it highly, but we met it should not he so great owing to the trees! make heavy drafts upon) tho
with not a thing in all our numerous experiments fact that the liquid is n perfect solution, and soil to furnish food for fruit or foliage. Unless ,
justifying us in doing: likewise It therefore does not require the agitation necessary the owner supplies something tho trees
will kill many insects, undoubtedly, if put to keep in suspension the insoluble suffer, the fruit diminishes! in quantity and
directIv upon them, but it cannot bo deponded poisons, such as London purple) and Paris: becomes inferior in quality. An annual I
upon as a poison to remain upon the green. The extra cost preparing till! !lat- dressing of ashes: bone dust and burnt shells
foliage until the insect comes and unconsciously urated solution of arsenic wit/lithe/ put down should bo given every trce.-AVi<; Orleans
takes it to his destruction for two J Visitor. -
as n very small item ; but we think this is Country
reasons: (1)), its destroying agent rests in a more than offset by the advantages: of having --.. -_.- ----. -- -------- -, ----
volatile oil, which soon flies otT and is lost u perfect solution at the application (:ro ('rh'H ami llrcn'lslollH.
when the powder is exposed to the air, and made in a moment, without the necessity of
((2)), it does not hccm to be effectual save in stirring and "gauming" for an hour or so ii. I':. i>oTTiirK: ,
the case of external contact, something with some kind of coloring matter, "daub
which the insects strenuously avoid when ing" up one's clothes and even-thing cNc
it is simply deposited upon a leaf and not around after a manner that (could scarcely EUNANDINA, FLOIJIDA,
directly upon their own bodies, as we observed bo considered entirely agreeable./ Nothing 1
in numerous instance of this kind in preparing the arsenic for the PKALKll INV ==:aOO .A.N'X>==

iOSIHJN PURPLE.It cotton field-vou pour quart of clear! solution ,
has heretofore been published that Lon into the bung hole of barrel containing 1 ii *' I,' a in 1 I y <: roc' (' r i c M : ,"

don purple, suspended in water at the rate forty gallons of water, ami all is: ready. '
of half a pound of the former to forty gal And then, as to the saturated solution, since ANtIP1tO'ISIOX >,
lons of the latter and sprinkled over the it will keep an indefinite length of time it -Iv.,.
cotton plants wouiel prove entirely eflectual may be made at odd spells when there is *. .
nothing else in particular to do.Wo .
as a remedy for destroying the cotton worm
In the hands of the professional scientist so are aware that a strong prejudice exists rCu.slomers
small a proportion of the poison might be I against the use of arsenic as an insecticide

made to answer every purpose, but our experience the prejudice growing out of the mere \ can rely upon) tutting CIIOICKas :
and observations of last summer fact, doubtless, that arsenic is: well )known PRINTING HOUSE
has settled us In the opinion that halfa by name a* a deadly 1'01:10110lnllY:: persons UOO1>- ..... -', ,"' '.' pound to forty gallons makes a preparation who use London )purple or Paris green upon
their cotton without hesitation could not bo
too weak for general use among planters, ,
especially with the rude means now com induced to uo "arsenic" under any consideration. NOTHING nUT TIIK FINliST 1WANDS
monly employed for putting it upon the Nothing was ever more foolish I
plants Three-fourths of a pound to forty The three remedies are really the same, ut ,
least, the agent !in cither of tho other.article:* in stock.
gallons of water makes a mixture sufficiently ,named, qualifying them to cotton ___ __are__kept__ __n________ : '. ," '
weak for all practical purP08eSrCilUm- destroy .. .
ing that the London purple is, of the very worms! being a\eniclIIlII; nothing else. lle- ,\l\'GIr j v ricn\i: .Flb Ui..t:: :: "" "
move the arsenic from them and they would : :
best quality ; otherwise it would be too "
weak. A thorough application of the mix be no more effectual as insecticides than T>AKKIIS AND CONKKUTIONKItS\ Beech Street, Opposite Egmont HoteIW-;: ;, -
chalk road dust. "
powdered or common '
ture so proportioned will destroy the worms '
and if well I and evenly thrown over the Hut, then to tamper) with so deadly a t'HOU'K: ; ; } ". ;

plants will not injure them-in fact, one poison as arsenic; is: dangerous!" Not more ) .,' .. ;:i.
pound of the poison to forty gallons of water so than to tamper with either London purple (:roC'c'rh'"" CI'I"'''', and Tobaccos, .
will work no injury to the plants worth or Paris: green. It will not do to use a ....

naming, if kept well stirred up in the water, solution of arsenic for drinking purposes, TOX1> FANCY( AUTICLKS.Weddings :: i:1'), '
and thrown finely and evenly over the cotton nor for shortening one's biscuit; neither :" ,;;- "
would it do) any better to so use water hold ", ',-: ,, .'" J'Yo"$: t it' .
Wo do not know,what London purple is: ing in suspension un Il1scct-lle truyillg per (, Kiiterta'mnifiit I", und Picnics, \
now selling at in the l leading cities: of the centum of either of the other articles under furnNhcd lut the shortest: notice, at roek-bot-
mention. Keep them out of the stomach tom at FERNANDINA FLORIDA.
Cotton Belt, but suppose:, it must range at prices, ,
figures somewhere between five and ten and there is: no danger in any of them. ANJiL'S( :, 1IAKKRV, ,

cents per pound, which is bringing the cost The planter wlirt uses arsenic as an insecticide CVntre Street: '.wi ;,'
it in advance, as suggested 23 old P. O. llullding.. : !
of cotton worm poison pretty low, you see. preparing Opp. 4..t:'
it should have a good whisky or, oil barrel for .. .. ,
Undoubtedly is a good poison Tlic --- -- ---- -- -- -
strongest objection that can be urged against containing his: solution until wanted. This .lron'IOlllllllllci" KiiMliivNM, C'tirtlNWM. ,
it is its color. It is a reddish or purplish might be painted some bright color, to --- -------. --
powder, and being fine is not decidedly strongly distinguish it from all other barrels .. .
very -----
II. C. I>>lrU\'I'I-:,
nice to handle, as a matter of course. But on the place, and it would be well to have .
it does not stain the cotton which the word t'it'nic" or "Poison" painted
happens /"I KNEUAL CO ( (fO'O'nmCHAX'1'::::'
to be open at tlie time of making the application (not daubed) iu large: plain letters upon its
side. With such precaution as: this! and I
-no complaints have ever been made CE.NTEE Kr. )U.: U. DEIIIT
in that particular keeping the barrel well bunged and out of NEAK ,

At the time in the season when the bollworm the way of small children and live .stock,
Jo'lm \XJX')0'( (,.\.
there coujd certainly be no attendant danger '

was most actively at work we made Having udded NUW '1"11.NI: > JVKIV I'HI.S.SKS: : tiouoHlco, and having
an looking to a settlement of ;
experiment Corn Oal, "
The rule which we have given for liny. t"I! > ."
preparing -
the whether not
to >
or sprinkling
the point plants us with London purple had any the second or diluted solution might not --- -,---- ------ --,- .SKILLED: WOltKMKN who know how, to use tho la11l\! ; ;' arc now

bad affect on that insect after it had ceased hold good in every instance, on account of JA.MKS .llrUII'FIX: .1'
to feed upon the leaves. Selecting several variation in the: quality of the arsenic! prepared to do any and every kind of printmg.
h<>l\vll-frllitell plants we spread dry London though wo do not know that there Is: any '.COXTltAC'fOn AND IJUJLDKR: ,

purple carefully over the bolls, applying very great variation; certainly there must
thinly with a (canuTa hair pencil It entirely be little danger of adulteration, for an article Alachua Street, between :Second; : ami\ Thfrd,
so cheap would scarcely be lookc'llul'oll
protected boll While a large
every inducements FEUNANDINA( FLA.
as holding out fur
per centum of the bolls on all the neighbor many any
ing plants were afterwards bored into not thing of that kind. A good and safe: way Orders and estimates from a distance carefully
one to which we hail applied the I/jiulon to set this thing all ri/-tht-ono/ that every attended to. 'U5-tf
planter will understand is to make small ., ..
purple was damaged in the least. From this: ---------- -- -------
in advance of the '
te ts general application
we concluded that the boll ujwrn wjiich the o. N. OAKIS,
I>oison was thrown at the sprinkling of the as With follows : small FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD
plants with the'(.urpl" and water mixture some vessel! 03 a tablespoon CONTltAC'rOft IUJILDEU, ; ,
hundred and
::1 would be protected( so long as the purple remained put together one sixty measures
of water and of the
; it. one measure saturated f
upon solution of ar.s'n'fMs\ gives the MANC'Al'1'CUt

PVKIS UEF.K.V.' proportion of one quart of saturated solution MOULDINGS, IJUACKCTH, HAWED ANDTUUNED -. -
Our experiments with this: article were to forty gallons of water, tjnrinkle this : ILI.UH'fI'It.IoNJnI.H: : : -
Jlimited to a few applications made with the thoroughly over an average hill I of cotton HTAIU HAILH, WOOD KAVEHTUOUmiH : :: >
poison water for the and wait day for results doing it before SHEATHING: ., -- :
I suspended in I'urpo.e a or so : :
I of determining how ,arnall, a ,quantity could the worms have put in a destructive appearance WKATJIEKHOAHDINGANi.FLOOIt : : < : <
?> > ,
},b.e made effectual us 'a destrover of the cotton of course If no sign I is left upon # i .

| worm The. poison was' obtained of a the plants the mixture is not strong enough, ING.Nlalr < '' ",dealer in Galveston, and was supi>osed to beIAS and you must repeat the experiment with a HIM! Church Work t -
pure as any on the general market Itg:1'e little larger proportion of the satu rated solution. .
entire satisfaction mixed in tho pro If, on the other hand, the plants show A SPECIALTV.DOOIW '" ,
ortion of one pound of,ParU green to forty, the leaves considerably scorch and damaged ,
[gallons of water, and thrown over the plants the diluted solution is too strong, and AND WINDOW FHAMK.SOF :'
ipromiscnously, with u force pump in finely you mast repeat with a reduced proiortion| ALL HI/IS: .
[divided lets ; but leas than one i>ound to of the saturated solution, measuring with Piw-t: Office IJox 171.
[forty gallons did not prove decided success, great; care, however, so that you will be able Jan FiTiiumlinu, 1la. .-
:11'" LThU quantity entirely clean on* the worms to come exactly at the extent of addition -- -- --- -- '-, ,- '-
land did( not ltt'Cnto injure the plant* in the reduction when you make)'uurtlilutedllOlu- U'. 1(. ISAI7K.MUIIT, '
I least, We added neither tarch'nor flour tion on a larger wale. If after your application Aorxr, .'1.
but to one application we added '('01111110n : you find the leaves howmg only an WHOLESALE: AM' BICTAIL 1.- ,
[salt in the proportion o/two pound to(ort)" extremely ht mark of seorch--an occakional KTiK'K DIJALEU: \<
[gallon!* tlf the water ufllll'ari" creeii mix leaf curie 1 a little at the i-d I;re.*, IlCr. nUTCJllmSlt ,, Itn..al..r ,

[tare. The salt gave a greater specific l gravity haps, und a Mnall I/rownUh) or "piebald"( in Ire. !Jou' M-nd )'ourorlt-n for PRINTING, ItlNDlNG and UULING to ottlcw out-
[to the water, thus, at we thought, aiding in 'put| hero and there on some of their interiors TtSStl'Il'4ta; : UKKF A Hl'KCIA I.TYIIhM . '
the *u>penion of the Paris diluted solution ia just: ri/lit -
grtf your
tide the SUtf. Order for either will receive attention .Addr_
Hlluttlio trouble! with 1'arUgrec-n as a cot- The> very klhrht ttcorche* art uhut you >M SrBKKTllRr, "-:' prompt,, from u', '
Eton worm poUon lies under two heath ((1), want to see-while thv will not damage 19-t( FKUXANDINA. FLA. -i. : --rT-i'f.,: t ; .4..

(M* great ca-t compared to that of other poi609 your crop in the least they will assure you FLOUt'UA.... MTllItOII.r .. -,
[ ani I. ('.'), the liability to which one U that you are giving the worms a doe aufli JOn l'IU.Hf1S0. in everf .tjrle. and Tt r. -.!;::;01< -
.. ..I of getting an adulterated and infe cieutly strong to make a rapid and thorough l jwoet raU-M, at the 3uuul& otU\'t', uct .. .U1f".1"i Yut



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THE FLORIDA Mumoi- pay his faro walked from Haldwin, and being 20 feet above tidewater ; the bottom is olilic: "_S. P. City of Bridgcton, FitzgernldSavannah. Money Sated is Jtloncy Made U
tired laid down to take a1 by the and cornlinc )lime stone overlaid
nap to the tJ YOUR ENGIXF.S: FROM
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of from
N I ..S.oo A YRAU; $J.oo 1'OR SIX rlio1VT11S: road canal, consequently G to 10 Inches would with white have sand to be 22-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald PURCHASE \' $100 on 110 Horse ; $200

\ : -- -- cut Savannah. und o')0' 30 HorsePower
below t the bottom of the lake 33 on a 20 Horse, $ ) on a
some feet
Local Reflections Methodist Episcopal Church, South. through this rock. The rock is soft andeasy DEPAHTEP. Engine.: Send for our prices before purchasing

The third quarterly mooting for this Station to cut ; t the banks of the Caloosahatchie 18-S. P. City of Bridgcton, Fitzgerald, I Engines, Gins, Presses, Saw and
kind of Ma[
river (Grist Mills! Threshers, or any
The beach has become t the boulevard will commence to-d.iy at 11 a. m., with are composed of (hit rock, and the Savannah Wo Manufacturers'
great chinery. are
) whole eastern lower end of the peninsula 20-S. P. City of Ilridgcton, Fitzgerald, Agent."i
r for the citizens and visitors.We sermon from Hcv. C. Fulwood, the presiding rests upon[ Pol id t oliticandcoralinelimc stonewlmiclm Savannah. and guarantee satisfaction LORI' \

t elder\ and will continue for several is found everywhere by digging or 21-Sch.; Mary W. Hupper. Nast. Philadelphia price. WALKER: .t ),
., ere glad to note that Centre street has boring before with 210,000 r. lumber No. l.Vi Mooting streetVest! side, near
days. Services at 11 1.\, in. snit. 8:15: p. in. reaching tide 1 level.! A canal ,
t .I- been repaired by the city council and is now invited attend. out through this rock will soon cave in, ns -S. Western Texas. Hines, N. Y. Charleston)\ Hotel l, Charleston, S. e.prilll .

l iii'fine order. All arc to the rock I is soft and the action! of the water 22: -S. I'. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald,' .\ 1881-31U.::
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flowing through will cut it Savannah _._
out it has ---- ----
as -.-
.:: Rain is much needed l in this: section; nnd SHIT C.IXAL VH. HAHGl VAXAL. done in the, Mmrt canal connecting Indian "-S. 1' City Point, Creaser!' Charleston "

though we daily have indications of it and a river with the Hillsborough: where the tides \tTI SI.la'X .
The question 1 of ft canal across Florida has:: How ing back anti forth IN PORT. 1 i,'r ii.\I..:: IXSTITUTI:, ...
few showers, we need heavy penetrating been agitated at different times within the wear away the rock I
MI that the banks have tumbled\ in. Tho Revenue: (Cutter Boutwell HTUXTOYIIWtNIA..
rain last fifty years!' and has!' engaged the attention Randolph. .
of Congress! and several !prominent business \ completion, of this canal would not shorten Bark! R. W Marrian[ 571 tun+. Opens' September ttHh. 1881. One of the

(; The steamer Florida is now undergoing men and/ engineer!' The government t time distance of vessels botifid, from New Orleans Hark Timora ( Ilr.). !:iloCUlIlb, 427 tons. FutsT Scnoor.s FOB Youxo L\niES! IN THE

I pair&at Savannah; Her engines and boilers has, expended several thousand dollars in or the gulf ports to the North Atlantic Bark Sabine, Ellis, 813: tons. U.MTFi) ST\TB :Surroundings/ beautiful.

overhauled and additional boiler making surveys!' for a ship canal across time more than two hundred' miles, and would Brig Eva: N. Johnson, Doan, 213' tons.llrigJolm Climate unsurpassed Pupils from seventeen
will be ;; an
lessen .
not the time i
t States.
peninsula! of .Florida, and the ablest engi- as \ossels! going t through!: 11'elsh.lrmiistrong,310tous.!
put In.The neers in the War Department were detailedfor this canal would not go faster than six miles!! Sdi. Wm. Wilder, 218' tons.! TERMS: [ AMONG: THE: BEST:: IN THE

ice-cream festival given by the ladies that purpo.se ; the reports of these officers per hour, and would also lose time in entering Scli.. A. it I E. Hooper, 322: : tons. ITIOHoml, Washing!' KngHshJOourse: ( .
made and received before the the. harbor at 1'lIlItHa!\ a. H'h. Marv[ Nowell, Furnian, 311! tons.Sch. : Latin, French German, Instrumental!' ;Music,
t of the Catholic church, on last Wednesday were resolved the construction! government of the After fully considering the question of a C. \\'. May[ Davis: i 27iHons.Sch. etc, for Scholastic Year, from :September to

'. evening, at the parlors of the Con. vent, wasa cordon of expensive upon lighthouses which now fide-water ship' canal, it seems to bo impracticable : C. F. HyoY, Poland, 323: : tons June, $2.'IS.::!: For Catalogues write to
: :: business _. HtWr.. A. HARRIS.[ I). I).
as a paying investment ; its --- : ,
decided success. extend from Capo Florida. to the Hay of .
cost cannot be legs t than 200,000,000.: MKMOIUM. President,
Sim Cook has removed his restaurant to Tortugas. The most practical plan for canal 3'i: Staunfon, Virginia.
a across! !
>, Surveys, have been made for a ship canal Passengers. from Fernandina for New York
north of Centre Florida I is n river t<':1t1lhoatalld canal -- --- -- -----
Third street, two doors barge, ,
via the St. Johns river and Black crock and per steamship: Western Texan, July 21A. S
i where: he is amply prepared/ to attend to the the Santa: Fe to the (gulf of Mexico ; via the with locks ; and ns! the barge system for Mann wife and daughter, Mrs. Isaac Stone, In Justice's Court.

wants of the inner man. the St. Johns river, the Ocklaw aha and the bringing grain down thc Mississippi[ river is )[NI. }. A. Bostwick and daughter, Mrs.[ S. STATE OF FLORIDA,
being rapidly adopted, it gives to the
Withlaeoochcc, terminating at Cedar Key ; ques Windsor nnd son, J. C. Purdy, Wilfred
fi i At tho present time the cotton crop in via the St. Johns river, Wekiwa and the tion of a steamboat and barge canal great Castle, Miss Warner, ;Miss Ada Wilson!' U. .I. Willlnniton{ / and Wife:-You arc

', Middle 1.'lorldltooks very promising, and Hillsborough rivers, and terminating at importance. A barge line has already been ;Miss[ 1"'. DeLand> ;Miss[ I L.Warring, Miss Ada I it'll'by notified that a writ of attachment

1 rains the has Tampa Hay ; also, from Charlotte Harborvia established from St. Paul, Minnesota, to farce, La McGraw[ and wife, Geo. Hughes, boon : !' against!! you, and your property
since the recent corn
lr crop lake Okechobce. More[ recently si survey carry grain to Xew Orleans, nnd one from wife, three children and nurse, S. T. Hillman attached to satisfy; the demand of Charles

c t\\ i greatly improved in appearance.. has been made for a ship canal from St. Peoria!: on tho Illinois river, and one from ;Mr. DeLand, Rev. A. M.\ Beebo, Rev. I. Angel, amounting to $20. Now, unless you a

Ii Peaches have made a late appearance this Marks via the Suwanee and St. Marys[ rivers Kansas!' City.on the ;Missouri[ river, have also Fargo. A. Alllo. A. .T. Demurest, Mrs. Cash shall appear before J. A. Ellcrmann, a Justice J

ii i ei under tho supervision of General Gillmorc.A been constructed and bills of lading arc en and maid, Miss[ Frost, (Goo.; Wolfo, wife of the Peace: in and for said County, nt -
year and tho quality Is inferior. Our people ship canal, to be success, must be a nyvv made nt St. Paul by the barge line toNew and three children, Mrs Geo. Stevens: and his office at Fernandina, Fla., on the 27th

I, t should cultivate the earliest and best varieties tidewater canal similar to the Suez Canal, Orleans and Liverpool, ns well ns from daughter, L. A. Huilhurt ami wife, Miss[ Oer- day August.! A. I). 1881, at 10 o'clock n.m.,

and should be able to be the first in the and the projected\ canal across: the Isthmus Kansas City to Liverpool.( The cost of delivering trnclc Clark. J. I'. Dehogory, wife and three judgment; will bo rendered ainst you.

f'' of Panama. The investigation of time several n bushel of gram from St. Paul to Liverpool c'hlhlren1iS! L Stone R. Williams, L. CIIAHLESXHEL,

I'' market. canal routes across Florida has demonstrated by this route, is 27 rents ns ngainst Powo, II. I''. Douglass! \\'. Crawford, and Plaintiff;

f Tho) Orange Lake Floridian announces its most conclusively that a tidewater canal Is 12 cents Pin Chicago and New York By twenty steerage. Fernandina, Fla. June 2.;, 1881.
tho different inland
t utilizing passages: adjacent --- --- --- -- -- -
intention to remove to Ocala and to issue a impracticable, ur nt least would be so costlyas tho, Gulf and Cargo steamship Western{ Texas from Fer
l' indicate : not to warrant its construction us a )pay to connecting them by aseries nandina to New York, July 21 : 390:>! barrels In Justice's" Court.
This would seem to of canals and bv the
F semi-weekly. ing investment. The general Impressionwhich canal across! rosin, KK( ) barrels spirits, 87 cases cedar, 400 : FLORIDA) ,
'. a fair degree of prosperity for newly-estab pervades the public mind abroad and, )peninsula! of Florida, barges, earn be takendirect logs cedar, 11 bales alligator skins, 7 cases gr'AT1'OF COUNTY OF NASSAU.

\,. lished Journal and time region in which it is to some extent, the minds of many Floridians from Mississippi: to the Atlantic, cigars barrels pine-appTes, 5 bales cotton, To C A. WlUliimmn mint 1J'ije-You arc
i t that the is low flat ns thi.s: improvement would be simply an 10 .' notified that writ of attachment
peninsula a plain, crates vegetables, : () barrels vegetables, 48 hereby n
I published. only a few feet above the ocean is erroneous elongation of the 1[lic !S' t Il i. The total barrels?tiles. 12 pieces oak, 10 empty kegs, has been issued!' against VOlt, and I your property

1 : Mr. Warren F. Scott ,presented the Mirror ; as has bAn demonstrated by these number of miles of canals required} would 10 packages merchandise. attached, to satisfy the demand l of James
I canal and the different railroad lie loss than two hundred, owl sufficient", 1;:. [ and, Wife to
; : office with u luscious watermelon on Saturday several surveys, : 1- Moddaugh amounting 3588.
l' which have boon made water could be obtained from the Suwanee For Kant. Now unless shall before J. A.Ellornunn.a .
surveys over von appear!
last raised his place on tho island, ;
on and :St. Marv[ rivers to feed the upper line
different railways. The Justice of the Peace in and for
A desirable residence Seventh street
I r six miles from this city. The melon Florida of levels.! The distance by this routo from on ,
some line of the Railroad, ten near Centre. Apply to said t'01Iltat his other ht Fernandina, Fla.,
i f, way of tho rattlesnake variety and weighed miles! west from Jacksonville, attains an elevation New Orleans to the month of time St. Johns! JOHN: HEPOES, on the :27th! davof August,1881!; nt 10 o'clock

If!I : Ut pounds of sixty' feet ; west from Hal.lwilllLlHl! is less than 700 miles! and the distance saved :35-tf Railroad Oflico.Wanted. a.m., judgment; will he rendered against you.
between New Orleans and all of tho
east from Lake City over two hundred feet. (Gulf ---- ---- J. E.: MEDDAUGH[ ) A.NU WIFE:,
J The 1 Wilt Inl lori jn1though far less than in The profile of the Florida Transit Railroad ports east of Mississippi; ;; to any of the Plaintiff

1 ", many Northern localities, Isstl11 much higher shows an elevation of one hundred and eighty Atlantic 1 ports, or, to any of time European: \ young man: ns partner wlili $I,(> j port-:>, would bo t OU' miles. This route would ''III
feet at 'frail Ridge, and following the steamboat engineer pl'rl'rred..1 good --- -- -- --
in It will open-
than tho ,usual summer.
average also the
f railroad south towards Cedar Key, for over save expensive' port charges at New ing for the right num. AddressCn I : In Justice's" 'ourt. +
f be seen by our own report that the tempera. Orleans: and the cost of towing in nnd from
fifty miles! the mean average elevation is \8. 1 12.: 'I'A V mn.Fenuuulina : OF FLORIDA,
ture has not been excessive hero, althoughquito more than one hundred feet above tide the mouth of the Mississippi' tot.w 4 Orleans. Fla.Xotlca STATE COUNTY OF NASSAU.To .
I I'hedistmucefronm the mouth of t the Mississippi :\ .
.- -- -- --- -
too warm for entire comfort. water. (Iforfft Whitiny :-Yon arc hereby notified -
tocw Orleans is 125: : miles: and time
[In the canal from to Tajcrayertt.I .
making survey the St. that a writ of attach men t has been issued
i ( Wo have still another evidence of the enterprise Johns via the Santa Fo across to time gulf of, cost of towing iu and out is $I.i: i Iu'r ton, am now ready to receive tax returns for against and attached to

r of 1' -nnsylv nla scedmen, in the Mexico, General B-srnard, reports the elevation making the cost on a 2,0'H.') ton vessel *:2.;>oi), the present year. Blank returns will\ be furnished satisfy the you demand your of \,property\'. B. Thompson surviving -
being more than six times! the cost from :St.:
of Sampson's pond at one hundred and at my office over (G. Stark's store, corner -
tho court of Dickinson & Co.. amounting
fact that Mr. Robert S. Fletcher partner:
Louis to New Orleans distance of 1,2.S0miles )
feet of Centre and Second !;trect '.
Kingsley's ut h
twenty-five pond one!
to $20.2-5.! Now, unless shall
you appear
ous'representative of Buist, ere tho spring hundred and seventy-six f feet, and the elevation : by the barge system.: WM. II. (GviuAsn. before J. A. Ellermann a Justice of the

\J I crop is all gathered, sold largo bills of seeds between Kingsley's pond and Black The cost: by barges, from St. Louis to N'ewOrleans lItnSllls.II'ch: : : [ to, 18 -tfVor Peace in and for said County, nt his office at
crock at two hundred and thirty-seven and is:' 17i cents per ton ; by steamboat, -.--- -- --.
the fall This Is Fernandina.
4 1- in our city for planting. of l I. on time :20thdayof.iugust,
ail} cents: tlir-co"'t delivering freight
". what call time by tho forelock.J' a half feet ; Pithlacoochee; lake, fifty feet; y I Sate. A. D. IMl/ ; at 10 chock n, in"., judgment
we taking the barge FY8tell, the burgr being (profiledby .\ in
( feet
l'alllc'lpralrie, forty-eight ; Orange lake Faujily Carriage, perfect running or will be tendered against you.
The following Is statement of tho lumber forty-one feet above tide level. This route tll .hnato\) thcs.inic, us! on the Mississippi: der. Seats four lias[ been but little used W. 11. THOMPSON[ ,

shipped from the port of Fernandina for was therefore deemed impracticable for a from New Orleans to the mouth of the St. Apply to W. B. C. DUUVKE. Surviving partner of Dickinson & Co.. '
Johns will be less than the cost
ship canal. Tho' lowest depression for a present per _. ___. ,, ___ .__. __ u ____ Plaintiff
': tho quarter ending June rOth : canal route from the mouth of the St. Johns ton from New Orleans to the mouth of the i, \
April, superficial( feet............ ........2,220,000: is via the Oeklawalw and Withlacoochee Mississippi and allow reasonable"" tolls. to pay' .+. --.---
I -- --- -- --
i- May, superficial feet..,;...................2,:k1JOlN! ) rivers, passing through lakes l Enstis!! : Harris: the interest. on the'cost!' of construction\ antiullow'forrepairs. : : or ixcKNOW { (),
,June, superficial feet....;....... .........2,193,000: anJ P.innsollkee ; tlio greatest elevation to 1'his1incuftvatercnm omt IMKMHt KiST.\UIMXT: ,
t nication will via Lake Itorgne or Lake
bo this
overcome by route IJcllIgt' lthtcnn

;a.; Total...................::.,.........,.......0,75 ,IXM) feet. This route i i. circuitous l\IIclllrujl+ the Poncliartrnin through:::; Mississippi, Sound, Bet weell Centre and Alaclma; ALL MEN BY THESE PRES

t Tho following is the report of the condition high lands went and Month of (Orange( lake awl Mobile St.B.ry Andrews, Pensacola bays Bay the, Choeluw palnchioola' hatchet- FJm: '.\ lHX.FIOHlDA.. : That we. C. W. Yuleeo J. II.
in Marion Its from Cedar
county length McGinn! !, William UnWOIlr.. B. C. DurveeThomas
I of the watermelons! shipped by the hf.to tho mouth of the St. Johns would river, thence to :St.: Marks to the valley of Kydd Calvin U. Dibble. Henry- ( 1 ,
the Suwanee and St. Marys rivers entering
.l Wtttern: Texas, which rj.lvcl1ln New York be about three hundred miles. 1.. and
] Dotterer, O. Stark, nil of the State of
the Johns the mouth Trout crock.
at recently moved and t fitted
{t. Monday, July 11, at noon : Johns The rips survey the \of\Wekiwa the canal'l'allll'alta.how8 route up the. St. From time Mississippi: to St. Mark[ the distance HAVING) :- [:-;( )ROOMS[ I am prepared up Florida, under and in accordance with tho
Conilrnrct. No. Billed.: Sound Speck Ron. Short provisions of an act of the State of Florida, +
is amt but look will be
415 miles
one to tumi-li meals nt all hours, gotten in
summit level above up
l low
ordinary water ut
Drown. UeWmter AcB. 803 71 :30 4 entitled "An act to Provide for the Creationof
t if,. C. U. Robert. . By) 761 te yt 14'f the mouth of the Hillsborough river, at required, namely between the Mississippiand : the lu-st style and utEXTREMELY
T. C. Klmtwll v .o46Il 1,300 99 4'J 80 Idike Morgue, and the number of mil* Corporations and to Prescribe their General
3 fl' \1I.tlll Kimball. . IOU 53, lot 5" 7 Tampa bay, of 113 feet. A I'lIrvcWIIS also Powers and Liabilities," approved August .
of canals will bo thirty-Jhe. From the St. : LOl'mCE",41
time ,7.1th -
made this line with
o\'er curly same results 8th, 18C8, and an net of the Legislatureof
Total .4,37- S.1359' mitt 4$ Marks to the St. Johns river time number of
terminating at the mouth of the Manatee [ "
Watermelons seem to be in tfce greatest on Tamplbay. The survey of the canal miles of canal required will he lOll( ), with I guarantee to suit the taste of the most said State, entitled .An act to Repeal an
net entitled nn act to Provide for the Creation
; abundance and of the best quality ; nutmeg route from Charlotte Harbor via Lake fourteen locks; the greatest altitude will bo fastidious: epicure. A trial is: all I ask. of Corporations and to Prescribe their

l melons and other varieties the muskmelon Okcchobee, made with tho view of utilizing but ninety-throe feet. 3-- _. SIM:\ COOKE. General Powers and Liabilities, and to Recreate
The completion of this great work i is of -- ------ ----
tho of the Kisslmec river
valley and across!
: and Amend! the Sections
t we believe, would equally) well and from that river to the Wekiwa was abandoned Importance to the states! of the Repealed by
Mississippi J. II. PKESCOTT.Style said act, approved March 11th. 1879, do
Valley nnd to the Gulf States! .
but either after careful reeonnoisaiioo of
prove n profitable export crop, a that
hereby associate ourselves together as a cor-
and of infinite !benefit to the State! of Florida
\ is not favorable or from inattention route albl.llI!! too circuitous, and from the :
the season as MS it would through tho entire lengthof ''xorateTIIE body under the name and style of
fact that the channel leading into Charlotte pass
$ the number in market is IIEACH HOTEL[ AND ROAD'COM
or neglect tho State from east to west. Lumber
Harbor and t hc !Itself afforded less
bay water Fit
PANY. The of business of
small and the quality indifferent. sawed nt thedifferent mills upon the streams principal \place
than Tampa bay. U) this survey the highest
said Company shall be in the City of Fer
flowing into the of Pcnsaeola Choctaw-
I Colonel C. H. Allen, well known as an point to overcome between the Kissim-: hutclieo St Andrews, and the Apalachicol.i = Comfort, nandina, in the State of Florida.
nice and the Wekiwa was W\ ) feet and lake
able and courteous, railroad loaded the II That the business of said Company r51a11
superintendent Okcchobee was found to be about 'JO feet : river, would bo on barges at
be build hotel and 1
mills, and towed to the Atlantic seaboard ANA to manage a
by his former connection with the above lide-w ater. .
and to Atlantic and Euro necessary accommodation on Amelia Beach
I Jacksonville Pensacola! and Mobile Rail- The latest survey fur u ship can.il across: shipped obtain and
Durability nnd to the right of maintaining
Florida made under the )pears markets! saving cost of handling; time,
was of
I supervision
road has resumed his old position on that collecting toll on road connecting the beach
General Gill more and its result is in u report distance and in:lurallet'. It wojild give an ?
i road under tho present owners. We learn made and submitted Congress by the impetus' to Mobile, PeiiMioola, Apalachicola. e' with the City of Fernandina.
III. That tho capital stock of the Company
that tho Colonel has a high appreciation secretary of war April 21, ISMI. This survey and Jacksonville, and build up cities and shall be ten thousand dollars divided a
towns along Its entire length, It would en. ,
is made from t he mouth of t he St. Marys river _
of :Middle Florida and will
of tho value
1 through the Okefenokee down the hanco the value of lands and cause!: immigration = into shares of one hundred dollars each,

exert himself to the utmost to further its In. valley of the Suwanee river swamp to St. Marks.[ to fiow in, and develop the resources of i with privilege of stockholders to subscribe sIn

terests.. His return to his former duties is This survey, like all of the former surveys/ that portion of the State which has been (i) unc-eightbI( ) one-fourth and (}) one-
I overlooked, and which great nat half shares-ten per rennin of all snb.scrip-
demonstrates the impracticability of tidewater 1 possesses
welcomed. a
widely ural resources.Currtspondente of the Union. tions of stock to : when such subscrip
# canal tho altitude
highest to over amid{
1 The Sumter Advance gives a very full account come by this route being I'M: feet. General -- - I Iaeing: larel"{ iiifrcaood myof tions are made, l the remainder as may
bo ordered by the Hoard of Directors of said
of the recent lynching of Mr. John Gillmoro in this report makes the estimateof Jtunge of Thermometer I stock J'oot-Ut'ur. in both fine Com ".

J J, Dickbon by a party of armed men, who cost of u canal with 15 locks, each 80 'feet FOR TilE WkEK ESWXO TRI \Y. JVLY 22IroasEy's I 1That pan) tho corporation hereby created
in width and of sufficient and medium grade I
depth of water for : nm enabled -
t''' t broke open the jail: and shot down a de. vessels drawing 22 feet of be PRl'O STORE. shall date its corporate existence from the
water to over ,
-- to place" before UjtOU1rN ,day of filing of these articles of
who bad before -- my ( <- incorporation
prisoner shortly fifty-five millions of dollars. The
t surveyhas 7a.m.l m. ::31'.p\.!WhHf the aforesaid
as required by acts us ,
\ recklessly shot a young man of Leesburg Inc demonstrated the fact that there is sufficient - ( n tery large assortment," of and shall continue for the term of ninety-

water to be obtained to feed) either a ..... 86 91 89 SE.
: ,the !arm while professing friendly intentions. Saturday .? Hoot.. and Shoes! made by the nine years.V. .
No doubt whiaky will be found to have been shin or barge canal at the summit level. Sunday .......,.,.? 88 04SO 92 W. That the business: of the Company shall
-'P; The latest project for u ship canal is from Monday.( ..........? 85 86 SE. moNt competent" and skilledworkmen. be a Board of five ((5)) Directors

a' at the bottom of all parts of the transaction. the lower end of Charlotte Harbor commencing Tuesday..........? 83 89 84 NW. Thee .. to be elect by the stockholders on the
j We have elsewhere expressed our opinionof at Punta Ratsa, and following up Wednesday........ 83 88 88 SW. were first :Monday of March in each and every

lynch law the Caloosahatchle: river, deepening and Thursday........... 85 {I"2 91 8W.SW.. piircluiNed for C'ANII, and are year, excepting that the first election shall

) straightening that river,and passing through Friday.............. 87 93 94 _,::; be[ held at such time as the undersigned cur
A young negro man by the name of James Lake Okechobee and terminating at the At- -- only exchanged for the HUIUCcommodity. e.
iL' porators, or A majority of them, shall determine
lantic ocean opposite the mouth of St. Lucie
Jones was run over by the Fernandina Sr river. The distance, that JLl Ii INL' Till will be deemed upon Said Board of Directors shall
across by route will
Jacksonville train on Thursday eveningabout elect a President and Secretary, and such
be about 150 miles; the altitude to overcome u pleasure alter seeing, examining
two miles (rom this city. He was will be about 50 feet : the great objection to fort of Fernandlna.HIGH other subordinate officers as the business of

lying alongside the track asleep, and proba.blilntoxll&tcd it, if it was practicable, is that it is too far and learning at what I Iextrewf'I1' the VI.Company That the may require
WATEB. highest amount of indebtness -
south and there harbors
are no either low
; when the train came along, 23...... 5:43 ftl5 prices these or liability to which said corporationcan
ends;\ the entrance at Punta Kas&i only admitting Saturday, July : A. M. r. M.
and was struck by the pilot and pushed of vessels drawing 10 feet of water\ Sunday, .. 2.:6u": 7:00" Goods are offered. at any time subject itself shall I be twenty-

along with one foot over the rail, which was and the harbor on the Atlantic side U yet to Monday, It r'5...... 7:') 7ro": Pr-"y stock" GKXTLEJIK.VS five hundred[ (( :!.:+)0)) dollars ;,

be made. To improve the harbor at Punta Tuesday, ..i...... 8:01" S:18": VII. That the said Company shall be
run over and crushed by the train. No one Rassa sufilciently for vessels drawing 23 feet Wednesday, .. 27...... 8-10": :M"Thu".Iar. t'UnNIHIIIX GOODS is worthy vested; with all rights and privileges which,,

of liLt color seemed willing to render him of water will cost not l less than from live to .. 2i.: ..... 9:17" 9:30"l'rill"y. the nets heretofore referred to can convey;

; any,assistance, and it was with some difficulty [ ei1,ht millions of dollars ; the cost of makinga .. 2t)...... 9i'i:: 10fwi". the'attention of hone desiring& VIII.: In witness whereof, we, the parties

Dr. Palmer was able to get him located harbor at or near the mouth of the St. Lu fine Good. Aforesaid, have hereunto set our !hands and
cie river will be still more. There was an ARRIVED. seals, the lstit day of May, A. D. 1881.
where be could receive attention. Dr. ;r-Orders left to my selection! C'. WICKL1FFE YULEE
from the St. Lucie river into the July l'-s. p. sty of Hrill.'hll.o'ltz -er. ,
; falser mpuUted the leg between the knee ocean sufficient for vessel drawing 7 fat of aid, Savannah. will receive careful and prompt J. H. )McGINNIS ,

and ankle and w, learn, be U doing well so water, but it was: closed by the action of ** :20-:S. p. City Point, Creaser: ('Isrles.tvn. Wt 8. JtAWSOX.
stranger from Savannah and ocean currents and has not been open for attention W. II. a DUHYEE
lie Jot. I
far the last twenty )'(".lrs. Grass is now growing ** '-H. t Western Texas, Hines, N Y. T. KYDD.
t be bad been to Cedar Key to bee his where the J H. PRESCOTT t t\ II. DIUHLE.
says inlet once wa. 1.sla'OJ.bLt.'", -Ilrijj Kva: N Johnson, loan, St. .

t lather. and not bating money enough t-> through which tbU canal' proposes to pray U \ Marys, Ga.I 4-3m k remandina. Via. !f 1 G.H. bTAKK.:l!:.4.-DOTTERER. .: : ,

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