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 30, 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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XIMS.t steel or other suitable material, in the arms I ST. 31AKKS. effects: of severe !storms. August :2Uh( ,, t$.">1, the legUlaturc! It Is not discoverable from

of which are formed longitudinal Mot extending XEWVUUT, W.vicri.tv., July ,;. high water or 1 "hlHl1ll'l'rhlll''' say a tidal the titHffmiqa; of the act, and i except In ('IIl''lHI' \

Alachna.Hon. t nearly the entire length of the arms To the Editor of tit,. Minor : wave struck the place: and did\ considerable intent ambiguity to bo ,only wo what must!! tho take language tho legislative: in its ':

[' Walter Gwynn, who ha! been ('1gal \. of the square. A jointed rule, made of steelor In the .1/i'rror of the 2nd Instant you say : damage. October Oth, 1W2\: a tonn of wind ordinary sense imports.' The language is

selecting public lands for school purr other suitable material, connected I to each "Judge Uippey, writing from :St.; :Marks! and water struck the town and washed away plain; and contains t provisions looking to

oscs, under an act of Congress, of May :20, of their adjacent ends by a rule joint, also! speaks of it as! the second! oldest city in Florida. all t the! buildings between the railroad and dissolution tho accomplishment'of certain ol class two things of errmoratfons only'; the

U820, which gives the State authority to having longitudinal slots formed in them This:' I Is an error.*' Please let mo explain the marine hospital and drove ton vessels and also to the reiiicorjHtmtion of eari'rA( or,

locate lands anywhere in the Tallahassee, I nearly their entire length: arc connectedwith Some w'kago, just after'tho arrival ashore. August 30th, 1S.V another tidal commnnitie of a certain chess:

Newnansville c, St. Augustine and Tampa I the square by bolts which are passed of the New Orleans! steamer at St. Marks wave struck her doing considerable damage The provisions providing In for dissolutionsare

Districts; in lieu of the deficient ICth see through lhc'lotsllI\lllaa\"c husul ii screwed I was sitting in Mr.[ Williamson's! stoiv, when and one vessel was washed ashore. :September distinct certainly from! complete Limo other provisions themselves relating and

.ti jns, was in the city several days the pros- upon them, so that by loosening the hand a well-dressed!, nice looking lady cumo In ll>th, u;a. n storm of "wind and. wave'1 to reineorporutlon. Indeed, in the original

Tent week, and informs \us that in pursuance nuts lie( square and rule calm he adjusted) in ami spoke to him. :Shoesatidsonmetl'tingabuutSt. : again struck the place and washed away the draft of the IVnsacola bills! (nod/ from which

f'of said grant he has !selected 31.0CM acres orM any desired position upon H'hothl'r: Tho ::<'fark!', Mr. Williamson repliedhm'! wharf; warehouses, storehouses! and twenty- it Is inferred this law from was the mainly identity uf the thc language .

f land. Of this land 5,000 acres are in Orange square and rule have scales of division i \ marksof dam, this is the second oldest city in the three building, Xo> ember Uth, ISO!), tho relating to dissolution copied find) reIncur.'roration'unstitntcdtwoseparatehills. provisions .

Bounty, 3,000 in gamier, 12,000 in IlcrnanMo inches and fractions of an inch formed upon United States." I was a little astonished at largo warehouse and depot were destroyed : The

and 9,000 in folk, the proceeds from the them. The instrument can be used ns a the remark, but liHlI\llln conversation with by fire, !supposed! to bo the work of an i in legislature combined tho two In one it Is'supposed

sale of which will be turned into the treasury pitchbonrdin hiyingoutstairs! ; furln 'illgoutI the citizens there that they all coincide with cendiary. distinguished only us jurist n matter has said of convenience.A "that .

r t of the common school fund, and the dove-tails:' upon timber; for laying out mi )Ir. Williamson There war quite an intelligent Notwithstanding:! : all tho opposition :St. municipal government In the United corporate

interest on tho same will he expended toward ..I tre-boxes in the usual way; for I finding the gentleman present who claimed that Minks has:' received from rival towns and States has proved a failure." That this Is so.

: the support of public school Mr.Iwynn length and bevel of rafters! braces and all it was older than St. Augustine!! In my article the disaster: that )have been Intlicted on her no ono can doubt who has any acquaintancewith
the '
( was not prepared to say when this inclined work, and all the various other I should' have said "St. Marks, claimed by wind, water and lire, the inhabitants stick Philadelphia municipal, Washington history: City of ,New Memphis York,

j a land will be placed on the market, nor at problems in carpentry and joining. It by its inhabitants to be the second oldest city by her like true patriots. The place contains and Mobile. I might add to this list hundreds

what price it will be offered! for sale Mr i is a simple contrivance, easily understood t in the United States. Havo they not about ono hundred inhabitants perhaps of cities of lesser!! note, and In that list 1

(Iwynn informs us that about 80,000 acres and will prove of great' value to me some' grounds for their claim ? Painplillo doXarvaez's more. Husiness hits revived there considerably most would! give our little city of Pensacola the
prominent, place
will be required to make up the deficiencyof chanics.-For health, for pleasure of appetite fleet cast anchor in Tampa Hay in time lust few months and bids We are! governed :too much, and tho feel

the ICth sections! and that he 'will sus. and for profit, we should, have fruitin April 14th, 1528.:! A week later he landed. fair to continue to increase i lug Is wide-spread that we would bo better

pend 'further operations until permissioncan great abundance. ]';"ery planter, everyorangegrower and took possession, of the peninsula of Florida The fort that was erected in 1718 was torn oil without any city government remitting
cultivatesan in the of and of the takento everything to the State:! and county govern
be obtained from the government to and every one who name Spain down years ago part stone ment. Thero aro many communities I in the .
select all the lands in tho peninsula portionof acre of land should have peaches, l figs, He directed his ships! to meet )him at a harbor erect a marine hospital just above the Northern States moro populous than Penan

the State,*as it t ht there that tho most valuable grapes, plums! and berries plentiful forborne with which his pilot pretended to be acquainted fort, on time banks of thc Wukulla river tho I cola entirely without city government It'

public lands remain unentered.Gntnctfillc use. Some few do have a part or all of these and then, at tho head of three halancewascarrirdour! The marine hospital win with this[ feeling that the law was drawn. '
Wo would have been
Sun and Bee fruits, but the greater part have none or onlya hundred men, forty of whom were mounted, was a largo, well built building, erected at have had no city governmont entirely, content but more to
few of them and I is it? set off Into the Interior of the (,OINlt '. :* It has been abandoned
It is observed with satisfaction that much why Upon inquiry r) r'n1l'x 1WIISl' long willing to have ono if wn could have such n
land has been sown to rice in this and adjoining the reasons given arc about thus : We have .* After a painful march and Is fast going to ruin. It seems a shame ono as provided for in tho re-Incorporating'

counties, to make up losses on the ear not yet planted out any of these fruits because they reached u bay which they called Halo and a disgrace to let so line building go to clause of the net It Is mint true then, In
of fact, that the intent to
one was
point re-
lier crops which failed. The cultivation of : we have had n.s much as we could do de Cnbnllo!!,' now the harbor of :St.: Marks decay, it might have been kept in repair and incorporuto, and it is respectfully, submittedthat

this table necessity will certainly grow in to improve our land and make a living. The ships could not be seen and it was: at used for custom house. such single, intent is noMnuntfcstcd in

this section, and eventually command them Others say, we planted, out fruits! but did not once resolved to build boats and attempt: to The prospects for u fine cotton crop in the act The provisions as! to rcincorporu-'

introduction of improved machinery for give them much attention and they died; out. reach some of the Spanish possessions by Waknlla county arc excellent. Corn' in tion language can: stand of Judge by' themsclues Cooley above, and quoted in the

putting it into merchantable condition.: Those few who make these fruits (find themselves i sea.' The horses were slain to furnish food, many parts of the county Is good. The bestcorn though ono may bo void, tho other may t tcOIIIl'll'to ho

Forecasting the time when rico will become annoyed by hungry boys and girls: and /several' hundred bushels of corn W1'(1"I'izl'll that I have seen this year Is around and valid, n'lln my judgment; I Is

Ise with us an established crop, inventors tire and older people who cravethe fruit they from the Indians. :Subsisting on Newport HO. Hut Is It clear a.s the Supremo Court

busy in the preparation and patenting! of should have at home. A few years past this these supplies, tlicSptininrdsbcut, their slums, (Quite a number pel-sons Love been hero says stile, t that precise tho! roincorjiorating ground/ of objection clause i.s,i.s that void it?

new and less costly machines for hulling was the raseith the orange, very few people stirrups, cross-bows! and other implements this season! to test the medicinal powers,! of vtolutivo of that provision of the constitution -

and polishing the grain, so as to bring them had any, and they had to divide It I is into saws, axes and nails, and in sixteen the sulphur springs, and all have gone away that requires that the h'( (hlllllIrl'hall,

within the purchasing means of farmers. true that it requires time attention and goodcultivation days built five boats each more than thirty claiming to )have Ill'rh'118f11110 !benefit from establish "a uniform systemot municipal government.
It Is conceded that classification
Certainly 1 the day cannot bo fur distant: when and some fertilizing: to have all feet! long. Pitch for the calking of the them Tho great trouble hero I N there urn of municipal corporations Is I not prohibited,
rice will be ordered from home mills instead these fruits in abundance and of good quality boats was made from the pipe trees, and the no places: where a person can board and the limo requirements) I only being that each claw

of from abroad. Between those who are in the but are 'they worth so much? Yes, far, fibre of tho palmetto served as oakum. springs( have no caro or attention from any shall possess l the Hamo powers and subject
01 It'. If they were cleaned! out and fixed ,
up to t the restrictions. See tho Jacksonville
to into more for 'health for the pleasure they give initdo of twisted horse-hair and same (
position and have a willingness: go Hopes were with nice bath houses 111\11" good hotel near, case decided in 1880,) The court IIHsmnos -
the cultivation of the article and those hav- and for the value added to the farm. Let I palmetto fibres, and the/ shirts of the men I have not tho least. doubt! but that there that there Is want of uniformity
ing the means to' invest in the necessary u few good people only\ I lead) "11' and others,!i were pieced together for sails Fifty men, would bo a number.. \ of visitors hero all tho this, that I tho mode appointment t otllccrs--- '
It for ultt 'thero will follow almost l had been Um4nm.mrumtatnlut, tlii limor J" liuvu ilitrtvtxl Mut lii'iu'flt from owl I thou hll".r llrvtrtordepwnds.a' mon ,
machinery to'preparo : Jit every neighborhood, Ipsttn! >+ JJnd: thorn nail ,believe that thl' .will eventually, }
) the action of twenty residents and onehalfof
ought to be mutual combination and understanding arc to be found one or two industrious! and) of September, l.:;2tf, the s'urvivori begun euro mo of rheumatism 11. C. HIITKY. t the creditors. 'i'ie'hction of: the twenty

to carry on the business, so that practical men who are exemplary to others,! their perilous voyage--" MctWie't Centt'nninllliitory residents! In the preliminary steps tu effect

the investment of the labor of the one, or of and to such we address our j,1I g'lIliollll.- of the United states,)>p. ft, 7'2. The Jtcfcitt Suln-core Court Hccttilon. dissolution Is not rl>regarded) any objectionto

tho capittal of the other: may not turn out The number of sales of real estate and the This was 37 years,! before the discovery of "'e find in tho IVnsacoht Admnca of the till constitutionality of the dissolution\
and because their
consideration received the bus been 23d: inst. tile \ criticism the decision very properly, action is
/fruitier. : same St. Augustine by Mcncndc/, :: : on
simply ono ot thc facts that distinguish the
MELROSE AND HAWTIIORXU. These: two very large in tills county during the past DcSoto's vessels: were landed: at or near St. of the Supreme Court in tho case of C. class to which\ the corporation belongs. The "

places are not many miles apart. The first sixty lays It i is not usual: that much business Marks: in 1530, and he sent them coasting A. Haley, ft mil I',., (O I. Stark, ct <,I., from a class of (corporations that time dissolution

is situate on lake Santa Fc, and the latter in this line transpires in the hummer wcstwardly. It i.s supposed that they discovered prominent member of the I'msnciHu !bar: clause takes elllxt! upon! are indicated by the
following facto : ,
west of it, at the j junction of the roads running season! While something isdoing i: in nearly Fcnsucola Hay, at least that i i.s: my WAIIM SiMixas, N, 0.. July 13: 18S1.1 list A pant duo bonded** indebtedness of a

q 4 J' east and west!! north and south, and all other branches business real estate has impression, not having time history to refresh The Supremo\ Court bus decided! tho act( of given amount, the payment of which has
tho last under
legislature which it
both are surrounded by a magnificent country remained inactive, but tll season has been lilY memory Were not lIIi"lIioll9"Ituhlbhe.1) claimed that the charter of tho city of Fer- not 24.111 been provided\ furatt onc.laalfoCthccrt.'tI.
for and fruits nnd'workl an exception. From the llth day of May after this Murks and dissolved application by
,A crops g people. BOOH at St. : St. IxuiLs; nandinu was iinderwhich the itors /for the \ncncflt of the act. -
Latterly Hawthorne has taken a fair start to last, to July 13th, sixty days; the aggregate near Tallahassee, by the Catholics? My impression city was rcincorporutcd to bo unconstitutional. 3d. A similar application on the ,,part oftwenty

C !grow, and the limit of growth cannot be record of transfers has reached us high as 1 is t that they were, or at least long residents of tho corporation.
Though it is: an unprofitable' task to discuss
fixed. Melrose is putting plans on foot to 135: in the county, representing a consideration before the founding of IVusacola and the a legal proposition" after It has been The the existence of tho of these Circuit facts Court being certifiedby !
judge to
Increase its numbers and business. The of$250,000. Some of the transfers cm- building of Fort St. Marks passed upon' by a court of limn last resort yet effect the dissolution of tho corporation

farmers surrounding those places only want braced In this IggrcgnteVere made prior to The history of St. Marks[ Is: rather a .,illgll. justice to the judiciary committee of both which dissolution takes effect upon the proclamation -
tho facilities of tra'c1aild transportation to May 11th, but were not entered of record Jar one, It is located junction of the houses law of tho legislature boasuflleient, who reported this: of the Governor. This proclamation '
will perhaps( : I excuse for
vastly Increase their success and invite a until within the above dates. If these trans St. Marks and Wukulla rivers It is cm a an attempt to show that this question, at having been made thin corporation of
was ijito jilf'tO dissolved. Now
large addition of new citizens to their num actions had occurred during the winter tea- government reservation that was acquired least, bus two sides erroneu'.ewnclusiuns- what facts distinguish: ho,class of districts: or
hers Hawthorne has its railroads, and son, the more active period of our real estate from Spain and has never been surveyedand Court has arrived commnniticM that are entitled to the benefitsof /
,, Melroso has its lake canal and is on tho business, nothing specially! would have been laid otf into lots and street, as towns such contains things have two happened distinct The act in question -: the rcln(' orating;;clause of the'act?
very provisions' TIle district or community must have been,
stretch for railroad. This knowof thought of it, although transactions in which' and cities The for tho dissolution of "
a given, we mire inhabitants to use: a one: municipal( corporations hicorlmratetl| and its! ,charter must 'have been
no points in our county more inviting to quarter of a million of dollars change hands Western phrase, arc nothing but "!If!l1atterH" and the other for the rl'ilu'orl\lratlyn| [ dissolved: under tho l said act. It must, therefore

immigrants who wish to occupy small farms are a matter not to be lightly considered at on government land and are liable to be of districts!or communities'hail' "been\ 11011 dissolved.charter The of have hud the sumo distinguishing facts
incorporation so
for special purposes. A steady increase of any time, but occurring as they, ,have, in the moved or ejected at any tllll('. Ono of the constitutionality{! of that imrtion of the law above. stated A past, duo to-wit hondod; ?zf :indebtedness's1st. tht

1, truck farming and fruit growing Is:' reasona- heated tens we are led to reflect whether most! remarkable things is to see the tenacity providing for tho dKviltition/ ofcorj>orations payment} of which. huriot, ; been provided
bly anticipated all along the lines of rail the greater activity, so long looked ,for, In with which the inhabitants cling to the seeming to bo unassailable as: fur us its own for. 't; ,."

road in this county ; and when our, rich our real estate business has not already set place. They Lave hud almost everything to of provisions attack front arc (concerned t tho rear ;bwunmethesubjcet that Is: the court :M. An application 'IIUlt'have. been uiadn
for the benefit' of tho
)hammock lands about Micanopy and Xewjuuisville In, and of such a nature and extent as to contend with sinceshe became a part of the first proceed to dfinoliih the provision of by one-half the creditors.provisions of tl/e} act 0

"4 are traversed; by the iron horse, encroach upon our,hitherto tJu t.fa'nlllnao- United States. Opposition towns have tho act {providing for the rclnoorporutloii) of 3d. A similar on tll

the wealth of Alachua will bo put beyondcontingency. tive summer season. These sales were made sprung up, hail a brief (existence and then cities dissolved under its provisions, andhaving twenty or I ho residents, and In atiditlonthereto.
done to themselves
; ,
F It I is to the interest of capital in all parts: of the county, and doubtless died. Nine milts above, on the west bank of they tlien claim, upon iiio uormnool- contagion 4th. There. must be application on the

ists to invest in this thorough developmentof represent the real and natural condition of the St. Marks river, shortly ufter wo acquired perhaps that the dissolving: provisions part of twenty rL'IIllleuhf'or! the benefit of

great resources of our couut-Alach/lj uaideorntr the market. Two of them were compare. Florida from Spain, Magnolia was laid out, of the act are HO Intimately connected the rcincorjiorating/ clause of the act.

tivcly large reaching as high us $20,300.In and soon became quite u commercial '11I1"). I IrluJU. disease with' Its that rdni'orjiorutinK'provisions hart proved fatal to the,one that must tho The existence! to the of these district foqr (facts, gl Vl'8chasa.lt1cuUon
Columbia. these transactions wo ,have the real and A there in the of the or community
newspaper was published nf!( ( Sl1ri1y. as! case Siamese entitled to be reIncorporated and' the law
If proper) care is taken of peach trees they i!. substantial evidence of an Increased! and increasing edited !by Augustus Steel who/ had quite a twin, cause the dctitU of tho other. If the e* J'lltnnl"l. 1I1M'natc to effect the Incorporation -
> will bear fruit for twenty years in this local- growth of our real estate business, reputation liS'a writer and his paper had court had proceeded to disitoxe, of the provisions of such disrU-t or community, ana the
of the law in tho
order in which
_, ity., There are parties living in this town and of a nature that assures us of Its perma quite a wide circulation. Magnolia was were enacted! it would then seem that they tho Governor IH clothed with the power of oppointmentofoulccrs -

t who have known of trees In this town yielding nency. The cause of it U easily' seen in the doomed. Tort Leon wu lad! out near the provisions relating to tho dissolution would conferred by (he act.to The administer error into the<< powers which

twenty full crops.-From reports we means we possess for developing our lands lighthouse, below St. Marks, took tho trade havo been held valid the court has (fallen if I may permitted
learn: the of the and In the various and Let us see whether thero In such Intimate to so. |lit in not (
sugarcane'crop county ,numerous resources away from It, and Its Inhabitants left and connection between the provision that the say recognizing'the significance
promises well. Last year the crop was poor with whtcli nature has so bountifully supplied now not a house remains to tell where the one cannot stand without the other. and potency of the action (.(the twenty
citizens In for the
|mid did not more than supply the home de- us. By degree: the capabilities of our little city atom Port Leon (bid fair. to be. Having no access to authorities! 'here. J content iiointmeiit! of the filing mayor a ctition and aldermen. an-It

t' and, while the year previous our sugar ex- lands and location have become known and come a great commercial emporium on the myself with relyingon tho only citation is this that gives classification to the coriKiratiori. -

ti |x>rt amounted to several thousand dollars, appreciated and by degrees they have excited Gulf; an Immense amouut of business was ley mode, where by the lie Lourt sayn ; which'. If A fa statute(rum Judge attempts Coo. If they been fall to dliwolved do so, then the the corporation "
having district
3ood peaches have sold at twenty-five the desire of capitalists and others to lone there and her growth was rapid When to accomplish two or more object* and Is community remains! unincoriorated, sub or
[eighty cents a bushel anti the aUIplyhas them Our has been void as to one it may still be, fu ro- |
possess growth gradual In the height of her prosjterity, she was destroyed every ject to the county: government. If they file
i equal to the demand. Had some one and judging front what has been done'in an by an equanoctial .storm Xewjwrt Kjxft. complete and valid a* to the other. this additional 'fact fixes the
; Hut If !its t purpose be to accomplish a single classification!
of the
cured a dryer, there is no doubt that undemonstrative way this summer, the bust- wa'.then laid out,-six miles above the town object only and some of provision. arc ., of tho Governor corporation in and tho reopon -
making the
fcrrv; tgh peaches could have been obtained to ness of the coming fall and winter season of St. Marks by the river, on the west bank void tho whole of it miut fail, unless utli- ointments( put time machinery iu motion ap
it profitable,-We leant that great mast be very great. Immigrant have been near some large sulphur springs. It soon cheat remains to effect the object" without the for administering the government according
aid ut tho invalid ortlons. The
1 fe .Improvements will be made atr' coming in steadily so far this summer and became a flourishing place, and at the commencement 'suiuc, and It Is submitted|' with all court respect as.. to the provision of the act. .
'or these
,_' Suw once 8Pmin gs. It I la one of almost Invariably with the view of it reasons I think that the rdncorporatfng
seeking<< of the war it bail near two thousand (that Is u utmost un"'arl'4nthllWlUlIIl'tlma clause of the act not obno.
finest resorts in "Florida if proper acmlUodations permanent homes _Another great cause (or inhabitants ; only one white man and that the legislative intent WIIA to give to lour to the objection that they are are vIolativeof
r, are supplied the visitors,na- these large tnallllactlonlit U the and cities Indebted a new form of government the cuimtitutlonal that tbe
comparativelylow woman a few negroc* now permanently requirement'
with jx-c-ullarund s >ecial > 'by which \
| |t"
' litre having done her part tn make it several d.1.folK'fI of municipal' government
attracfe price of our lands and convenient facilities reside there. I am Informed that attempts they could compromise: and settle t their '
l nhnll lie, uniform Themes views Mr,
l -Lnle City Rentier.1'ntnam.. escd by its fur tran ortatlon. debts and the dissolution fur are inv
1'rx.g j> were made to start three other cities ; Ilan.vine wa provide }' Iltor, which you may print I if you think
These have: >eratcd largely to swell the on'the simply an a mean to reach that eel" Is-t
| eat bank of the 8t. Marks river worthy of being printed l ; cffourxf, I
tor. F X Marvick, of this county, ha just above aggregate, an.1 l u* the time approaches neartewlf.lrt ; Hock Haven and Itldi- mo ask conferred what are on the time peculiar new government and special to may I*t all wrong and dae court right Indeed
lined a patent through the latent otflce fur more active operations! will exert influence mend powers Unit 1', urnl>tll'Qll.tf"l0'l1Y.11y.' : that WilY.
an some distance above on the weft' ride settle and compromise their II.-hld 1 Lathe but Idni .
otUilnko vIt i Is U"J I buohit
jMuiiit A Co, Xew, Yt>rk, fir ".\ Jointed that will steadily and largely appre of the river, near the natural bridge! These nut the statute before me, Imt I if lilY rw>llec> 1.v..1'I to di c>ay s'aiid),; I.urvt-Q ithohr.>> eof
)pttda H. jrd for Squares The instrument elata(U'O-prices' of fell de.irabl* land In I'ut.i I aaa aru now wjtlunitan Inhabitant.H. t lion !U not at rultthereart.alM LI dt'tocnwd a* follow* d"til..a .le or nariit Ca ,, r In addition. tA those 1IJ"11 by the old our.s .. Your, rrfiHi-HuflT. t'
nut very
"" "I. ntl-/'WlVClft + !! JIMriuJ Mark:: has fmjiu-jitiy sutfrrcr'1 from ih: )rdtl."srs, Jf >-'Idl wa the only Intent of i' C YI mars.,

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l ..f TllRVSWa SON young lady, on her departure for home! hail. going with you. Take my traps! on board. overcome. He stood: over his mother in qucntly repeated she would find out the deception -
taken John's daguerreotype nnd a piece of "J. S. IlAia-EY.: speechless amazement, while the horror of he had practiced as to his son'sdeath
> The fire burned low, the day was nearly his hair Inclosed a gold locket, ns a souvenir The scrawl was! hardly legible, but it was his position gradually unfolded itself to him. Mr. Smith further again deceived her
ended, of her English lover. The uncle would still, unquestionably, Hurley's handwriting.For At this moment Su ctte came to the door, by sending her intelligence 'of the death of
And I was sad at heart and all alone ; hear of no engagement without her moth- an instant the wild idea flashed! across: and finding it bolted knocked and called him the child itself a few months later! All
: My thoughts with' pain and sorrow so were er's consent ; but Harley had promised, as me that it was r.ossihl'n practical joke Hut by name.: Harley could not speak. But connection between them was thus term I.
j blended;; soon as he could wind up his California in. then I knew t not the man to now Mrs. Van Dusen showed for a time the nated, and some years: later, (in entire I ignorance -
i I turned impatient with a heartwrunggroan tcrests, to follow them to Batavia and en- play any such, and, even if,bc were:, a few stronger nerve of the two. Controlling her or suspicion of the deception that had
deavor to obtain that consent.: i hours after marriage would hardly be the feelings wonderfully she rose, went to the been practiced upon her, she married Captain '
4 To the wide window, where, through small All of this lie related to me at breakfast, time even the most practical joker would door and calmly said : "John and I, dear \ an Dusen, the commander of a Dutch
I soft rain and a great deal more which is not worth choose! to indulge in such a propensity. have some business to arrange connected East!\ Indiaman
A sweet thrush raised its lovely liquid strain. repeating: lovers' rhapsodies being really interesting I looked into the boat, and there were with your marriage. Leave us an hour or When Charles Harley, in India, received
I only to themselves.: I learned: trunks, bags and desks in the greatest disorder two, for we have much to do. Now, do go the false intelligence of his wife's death, he
So am I, said I, vainly ever tryingTo however, from him that Miss Van Duscn's evidently hurried off without ,packing when 1 ask you, for your time is but short" wrote to his father begging him to see that
sing my songs through rain that always mother was an English woman, whose husband or care. The man in charge only knew Answered, but far from satisfied, the everything possible should be done for the
4 falls, having retired: from the command of that they came down in a wagon and were young bride went reluctantly from the door, child's health and welfare; and this )Ir.
Through night winds bleak that never stay one of the famous Dutch East Indiaman sent oil in his boat, and that I was to grant and Mrs. Van Dusen returned to the sofa, Smith faithfully did. r.
55 their sighing, line, had become a merchant in Batavia, receipt for them. and asked Harley to give an account of his On his father's death, two years after.
Through such'a strife that all my soul and had there: died, leavinga widow and this For some little time I racked my brain ina early youth. Charles sold his commission and came home
appals; one daughter. vain attempt, to guess at some clue to this He told her that his first recollection was from India; when succeeding to large estates -
There is no room for me: Why should I try At the time of which I write English: ships extraordinary, circumstance. I then took when about five years old he was nt the sea- from his maternal granduncle, he assumed -
To sing at all, when surely I must die? in California were sold very frequently' at the spvglass, and, looking towards. the shore, side with a lady, a Mrs. Jones, with whomhe the name of llarley. Thereupon, he
extremely low prices. Deserted by their saw Harlcy coming off to the !ship! in an- remained till put to boarding-school.. formally acknowledged John as his son ;
The bird sang on,and through his stream of crews, and not unfrcqucntly: by their cap- other boat. In a few minutes more he sprang !She was very kind to him and, loved him and pensioning off Mrs. Jones, put the lad
singing tains also, the ships were sacrificed often for over: the side, looking like a man bereft: of exceedingly: and often spoke to him of her to school, and after he came of age settled on
I seemed to hear him tell of summer-time, less than one-fourth of their value, when his senses.: Throwing a number of small own little boy, who was dead, and would him a most liberal allowance.
'J '''f' 'i,, The summer that pale spring is surely bringing sold at sheriff's sale to defray their indebtedness silver coins into the boat, he just looked at appear vexed that he did not remember It was very fortunate that we had an unusually -
incurred since their arrival. Avail me wildly for an instant,saying, "(let underway : him, which ho could not say he did. At quick passage to Singapore for the
r To bless us with its rosy, perfumed clime; ing himself of these circumstances, Harley as soon as you can, Ingrain," and hurried seven years of age he was! sent: to a day next morning after sailing from Batavia, ongoing
):' And so I did forget my present: woe desired to make something out of his trip to : down the companion stairway.I school ; and two years later a gentleman into the cabin where Harley was, I
,. : In thinking that this cold gray time will go. Batavia, the more so as there was no other followed, to tell him to go into my ,ca- who hud often conic to see him, took him found him in raging fever and quite deliri
'., ,''.'' way of getting thither without tedious. and linl1s the one he had occupied was filled away and put him to another school, at the ous. I did the best: I could to allay his sufferings
'j i '. The bird was !silent and no more forever trying delay. After our inspection, there- with cargo ; but lie had already gone into same time telling him that ho was his father !:, but our arrival atSingapore he
.,. Could I distinguish him from all the rest; fore, he purchased the ship at the auction mine and bolted: the door, and in answer to and that his proper name was John remained: in time\ same state, and was carriedon
; :.,; Such birds are all alike: how could I never for a sum equivalent to about one thousand my knock only replied: Come down after Smith Harley.Further shore to the hotel, where the best medical -
: .. This one wild songster with the speckled pounds.A you have got a good offing." explanations between :Mrs.: Van assistance was procured.: It was more
; breast more thorough examination of the Al- I As soon as I had got the ship well outside, Dusen and llarley only served to confirmthe than a fortnight before he was consideredout
,' From that vast tribe whose songs are sung bert Allen than time had permitted proved which was quite two hours, during which astounding intelligence that he was her of danger, though still terribly prostrated -
i i. at eve that lie, with his usual good fortune, had time I could not leave the deck, I went son whom she had hitherto believed to have by weakness. Of course he had been un-
f ; When daylight, dies and mourners sadly made an excellent bargain. It was fortunate down again ; and after knocking two or three died in infancy. llarley had also been informed able to write to Susette as he had proposed
: 'i' grleve- that a clear: week of line weather followed times Harley unbolted the door. He was that his mother had died while he and was still incapable of doing so, but he

,'fS' What did it matter?, 'Tis the that lingers the southeaster of the day of her pur- pacing up and down, just three steps each was quite young. requested me to pen a few lines to Mrs. Van
j song chase. In that week we got her topsides way. His face was deadly pale, with an occasional "And your father-my husband i" asked Dusen, intimating that he had been very ill,
.r' ; and decks calked, bought two or three: necessary : flushing over for a minute or so, as Mrs. Van Dusen, "is he still alive?' and, though now recovering, was too weak
Hid in the that : claims
; place, Memory as sails and running-gear took in he clinched his hands and seemed almost\ in Harlcy answered: in the affirmative. to write. This I did, and two more days
\, ;.f: And tell when Time's cold withered stores, ballast and other requisites.: : Indeed, a convulsion. I did not speak. I knew not Oh, what a wretched woman I nm;" she passed, with the symptoms continuing fa
I none may no time was lost, for Harley was most anxi- what to say. I took his hand for an instant cried ; "to have my first husband living, vorable.
: ;"f' fingers ous to get off. Using every expedition and and pressed. it. lie drew his away hastilyand and yet to have been the wife, and now the Then came a letter: by a steamer from Batavia -
; the shrine where that
II. i. May ore is. song surely shipping a scant crew of Lascars, which continued his walk to and fro. Then he widow, of another." from Mrs.\ Van Dusen, full of anxiety,
;' ) economy as to numbers was justified by the spoke: "They tell us: there is a God. How Her: distress of mind was truly painful to our arrival at Singapore having:'<'n reported -
The singer dies but leaves behind the
: song, almost certainty of a fair wind the whole could He in mercy allow this?" He struck witness, and in the sight of it Harley almost there. With it came some English letters
F The that doth
1 only thing othlm belong. way, with first the northeast trade. und then his forehead, and sank on to the little sofa. forgot his own bewildering position. How at which had gone to Batavia from Singapore,
/I And so. O heart; !i when 'thou art sad and the northeast monsoon, we left San Francisco Again I took his hand. "Culm yourself: once to separate from Susette was now the and were now returned by :Mrs.: Van Dusen.
1 tired! early in December, two mutes! three pas Harley. Whatever may have happened bearit : momentous question. One of these, I could not help observing,
j Still. sing thy songs. Perchance when thou white Harley and myself! : being the only like a man-like the man I know you ,to "She must be told everything, and I will was a somewhat bulky packet edged with
J!S;: .' art dead, men on board. nrI'Y'H"'illtention! : '' b<.'." go to her now," said :Mrs.: Van Duscu, as black. I did not however, choose to no-
i .
I .' One little word of hope, one thought inspired was to go first to Singapore in ballast: and "Ingram," he said, "I came out of the she rose and tremblingly went towards the tice the circumstance when I handed Harley
b; then either freight the ship or even sell house with you to see you off to-day, when door. the letters, but left him for awhile to read
f I ,' May still live on', e'en though thyself art her if a good market could be found there !. you left :Mrs. Van Dusen, and, if you remember Hut the generous heart of Harley refusedto them. I lounged about for some time on
I.. [" ':. fled; for a vessel of her chiss. after you bid Susette nod.b\'e, she subject her to so sudden a trial. In an the veranda, until n Chinese waiter came to
,. And if all dies,yet hast thou done thy best, Of our passage, as being without any note- ;. went up stairs. I have not seen her since. I instant he decided how to act. Gently drawing say that Mr. Harley wanted me immediately. -
I > And so host earned an everlasting rest. worthy incident, it I is enough to say that, shall never see her again-I never can see her back t& the sofa, and kissing her As I entered his room I saw that he had
with remarkably fine weather: it was pleasant her again I" tenderly, he, by a strong effort, spoke quietly raised himself up in the bed. His face was
( JOllNiLEr's M llItIA01 till almost the lust day; that it was rapid i lIe paused, and it flashed across me that and calmly : Dear mother, I must not- flushed, and he was clearly: in a state'of
t.F: ;. from favorable winds and a fast vessel in ex- he had made some discovery as to his wife's cannot be the means of causing you the great excitement. "Joy and sorrow, In-
j cellent sailing trim, and that on the thirty- conduct or character which had at once further trial of communicating these circumstances gram," ho cried ; "joy and sorrow ; I scarcely I..
r', CHAPTER I.r. ninth day we anchored Singapore Roads. made him determined to leave her. Possiblythe to Susette. It would only add, know whether I should laugh or weep.
i \\r.. It was blowing strong southeaster one Wo missed: our Christmas day ping expression of my tell-tale countenance and I think needlessly, to the bitterness of Here, take this letter and read for yourself,"
I ,r November morning In 185-, as I landed at one day on crossing the one hundred and indicated something of this, for he looked our inevitable parting. The knowledge of and he fell back on the pillow with the packet -
': 5 Long Wharf, San Francisco, from the store- eightieth meridian of longitude, so that we up at me suddenly. the unfortunate events of your early life I had before observed, grasped in his
,t'; ship, lying out in the stream, of which I skipped from the twenty-fourth of December "Poor, poor Susette I how can she bear would only be a source of sad reflection, hand. '
then had charge. I had not proceeded many to the twenty-sixth. On the latter daywe this? She will think me n scoundrel ; and which we can surely for the present spare I took it from him,and was just commenc-
.. steps towards Montgomery street, the prin eat our and mince-pieS, oh I that is hard to bear.: But better even her; and after she has somewhat recovered ing to examine it when he again stopped
s ,' ci thoroughfare of the city, when and drank the health of those dear ones in that than that she should know what I from the shock of our separation, you can me. Does: not the government steamer sailtoday
ft heavy hand was laid on my shoulder, and North and South Britain, who were doubt- know ; that which her mother dare not, communicate them to her in your own way. I for Data via?'
\ I recognized tho cheery voice of John liar- less fast asleep in their: beds as we sat at ta cannot tell her, Ingram !I" said he, startingup. will now write a letter to her, telling her that "..ycs ; at twelve o'clock," said I; and it
.ley,' the most'intimate: friend I had made ble., Nor did we forget old friends on the "I have married my titter-my own sudden and unforeseen news of great importance is now past eleven."
1 1 since my arrival in California, some sixteen last day of the year, but talked of auld lang mother's child 1" compels me to leave for Singapore, in Go off and get somo money, and take
1 months before. syn'o tilt ,)>ast mlllnlght,'and with our one Good heavens! Harlcy, do not say that. the Albert Allen immediately-that cannot passage to Batavia. Take the letter-read
J 1 -...-_ '"The very;tuaii Iti that I wanted solitary''tetr7aiig Ibe-nrx-year, in'wlth an It elU1n *, wTBon>e misconception or something bear the trial of u parting scene, but that I it and give I it taMrsrVuirDnven'C&meback : '
u seel I I only arrived! from Stockton half an expenditure: of a dozen blue lights. I you have heard" will write to her as soon as I arrive there. with the steamer, or I shall go mad
hour ago, and was'just coming off to your Within' two days of our arrival at Singapore i There is no misconception.: I made the Though she will sutler much, yet I think with expectation."
i old tub to bring you on shore, for I want a tolerably good charter was obtained I discovery ten: minutes: after you quitted :Mrs.: she will do so less this way than any other. I feared his delirium was returning' .
1 your advice and, assistance, and that imme for tho Albert Allen to proceed to Java and I Van Dusen's. I am her son ; though she Trying to save both her and you as much as He guessed my thoughts. I'm a'il I right,
I diately. The bark Albert Allen is to be sold return, which would probably take about knew it not until I showed: her a miniature possible, will perhaps extenuate the decep- Ingram." he said. "I shall .soon.bo well.
at auction to-day atone, o'clock, and as I two months. Our charterer, n. shrewd Portuguese of my father when he was! young." tion put upon her The letter: will explain all. Hut be off, or
f" hear she is a fine vessel, I wish: you to come trader there, put a supercargo) on "Thank God for his mercy, Harley: that Harley having persuaded :Mrs.: Van Dusen you shall miss the steamer."
and look at her, and if you think well of it board to look after his interests; and as he you were not later in making discovery." to consent: to and having written I saw it was much past eleven, shook him:
I will bid up to a reasonable figure,* more was urgent for our departure:, and as Harley "That is true. It was wicked to doubt the letter to be delivered to Susette soon after by the hand and, with a "God bless you !1"
particularly If'' you,wilPtnko command of 'was not-less so, on the sixth day from our His mercy." his departure: took an affectionate leave of left the room abruptly for I saw that that
}her, and take again to the high seas, instead dropping our anchor we again weighed and He seemed calmer now; and gradually I his unhappy mother, and left the house un- was the best course.
I of burying yourself In a storeship." sailed for Batavia, where, after a somewhat gathered from him all the attendant cir seen. In half an hour I was on board just as
You buy a ship;"Harley I Surely, with prolonged passage, we safely arrived. cumstances. Intimate as I had been: with The explanations: which had passed be- the paddles commenced to revolve, and then (
your mining claims andcity lots, you must The anchor had hardly reached the bot- Harley I merely knew from him that he did tween Mrs. Van Dusen and Harlev were I sat down to read the letter, which, till
have quite enough on your hands," said I, tom ere Harley would have shoved off in a not remember: his mother as she had died thl'lIeIr.: : Charles Smith, his grandfather: then, I had not had time to look nt.
I in some surprise. ?!$' shore-boat for the landing, but that I had to when: he was an infant; and that he had had, by a wealthy marriage been enabled: to It wash! letter from the family solicitor at
Ijhavo nothing of the sort ; for I have check him till the usual \port regulations: been brought up by another lady till he move in u much higher sphere in society home, announcing, in the first place, the
sold out everything but the Caboose and lot had been complied: with, a breach of which went to school. On his family matters he than that in which he had been born, and, death of Harlev's father, which had occurred
: ', in Happy,Valley, which.Mn consideration of would have involved him in great trouble had always been somewhat reticent. "I like many others similarly situated formed somewhat suddenly, and of which more particulars -
the sum of one dollar to me in hand paid I and expense. A full hour and a half was he had a letter from my father," or "I must the most extravagant ideas us to tho futureof were to be sent by the followingmail.
shall bargain, sell and convey to Mrs..Sullivan fuming and fretting before, all' the forms write to my father by this mail," was generally his son Charles, named after him, and of 'In the meantime the writer stated
who nursed me so well months ago. having been gone through, he left us, waving all the reference he hud made to the his twin sister Ellen For the first of these that he had hastened, in accordance with a '
Her husband, you know, was .shot in a his hat, and urging the boatmen to renewed subject: of his homo belongings ; so that I he got a commission In a crack" regiment, promise which he had made to the dyingman
: gambling-house' and she is left with three exertions/ in his haste to get to Mr. was ns totally unprepared for the information and on the final return of his daughter from to send Harley the sealed packet enclosed -
I ; children ; though, by tho way. think she Van Duscn's oflice.Everything '' he gave me now of his antecedents: as I school he engaged for her a companion, which was to be opened by him only.I .
is better without him, the reckless, drunken : seemed so far to favor Har had been: for that connected with the unhappy Miss! Harrison, a sweet, amiable girl and an turned to the packet, now unsealed, andrea
fellow I Come. ,;-'I;:.want 13011'\0'breakfast; ley's hopes. Mr. Van Dusen took him home miserable events of the day. orphan. Hetwcen Charles and her a warm its contents. It was ilated more than a !
;, and then we will go and look at I the vessel: with him some miles from the town, and attachment was soon formed which ripened year before this time. I will give the partof
and I'll tell you all my plans." tho same evening he was made acquaintedwith CHAPTER II. into love. Charles persuaded her, on some it which had excited Harley:
John Harfey was an Englishman of independent Miss Susette Van Dusen's mother. This Immediately after I had left Mrs.Van Du- pretense to visit London for a short time, "Poor Mrs. Jones is dead, and on her
means His father being wealthy was on the Monday, and on the Thursday I sen's the rest of the party had also departed, where she staid with her old school mis- deathbed she sent for me, and made a confession -
,i man, who had no'other child, had, on his was to sail for Surabaya in the Albert .Allen with the exception of one or two bosom tress. During this time the banns of marriage : :; of a most singular kind-to me a
i coming of age settled liberal to get her cargo, and would touch at Batavia friends: of Susctto's, who intended remaining were published in the two churches of most distressing revelation. You are not my
him. Whilst making a tour in the United on my return voyage Singapore In view with her till the newly-married pair started the respective parishes they stayed in, after son, as I have so long and fondly supposed.
States, curiosity and a. lovo of new scenes of my speedy! departure:, tho next morning in the evening. Harley was then in the which they were united. You are Mrs. Jones' son.. To me this: is a
and adventures had drawn Harley to the 1 received an invitation to dine with Mr, room alone with :Mrs.: Van Dusen, and turn When Charles's father came to learn what great sorrow ; for though I love you, dear
Far West El Dorado, without any notion Van Dusen on the following day, together ing over the contents which he had forgotten had taken place he gave way to the most violent John the same as'ever, still the fact re-
then of gain. Catching, however, the universal with an apology; for the consequent: shortness in his hurry in leaving the ship, and passion, and vowed that the woman mains that I, who was so proud of'mv boy,
fever of enterprise raging around him, of the invitation, which was, of course, which I had sent on shoreafterhim, he took who had thus entrapped his son would am childless. :Mrs.: Jones' confession if! .
he had pecuniarily interested himself: in sev sent out compliment to Harley, who had out u miniature of his father, taken some never be allowed! to bear his name. He went this: My father allowed her one hundred! v t oj
eral undertakings. mentioned me as a most intimate friend. twenty-five years before. This, he handed to up to London and compeil .Charles to exchange pounds a year for taking charge of my son.
Personally, he ,was a strinkingly handsoruo At Mr. Van Dusen's I met his sister: -in- 31rs.'an Dusen, saying, "There is my father at once into a cavalry regiment serving When I heard of my father's death, I wroteto
man of about twentv-four years of law, Mrs Van Dusen and her daughter, and at the ago twenty." in India. The youth plead to be allowedto her from India, that as the boy was growing -
age;"Genial manners,well informed, and certainly a more charming girl it hud seldom: Why, this is a likeness Charley: Smith, take his wife with him, or to remain at olden would make it one'hun red and l
e generous to a fault, ho made friends wherever been my lot to see. Hurley informed me not of your father I Where did you get it ?" home. Hut his father was inexorable ; and fifty pounds. Soon after this lobe went.with
he 'went. In dress he was a marked that the letters and references Ito his standIng exclaimed: Mrs.'an Dusen, excitedly."I Charles, being under age and entirely dependent her own child and mine to Hroadstairs for a
t man, in that then land of blue woolen shirts and character, which had been forwarded got it from my father himself lie was upon) his father for support, was week or two. There both children were ta- I
and red sashes lie and I had visited the to him by his father: to Singapore, together Charles Smith when it was painted, but unable to resist the mandate. ken ill with scarlet fever. My boy died- \
a mined lu the early part of the year; but even with introductory letters: : to gentlemen some three or four years afterwards he unexpectedly Thus, after but a few weeks of married you lived, As she sat looking at him'as he ,
in that rough region he was always neatly: i in Batavia, had been perfectly satisfactory inherited: large estate, and withit life, they were torn from each other and the was laid out she remembered that with him \
and' tastefully attired as much so as if he to both Miss Van Dusen's: uncle anent, took the name of Harley, limit how strangeall most Charles could obtain from his unre- her income died, too; for what little money t
had been in the streets of London ; and this mother ; that the consent of the latter had this ill'! Did you know him, that you lenting 'parent was a promise that his wifeor -- she had at her' husbantl's death: was all.., ,
pecuniarily had obtained for him the sobriquet been given, and the marriage, he hoped, recognize the miniature?" Miss Harrison, as his father chose still to gone. Then the idea of giving out that he "
I' 1 t!; of Dressy Harley," In those days a would take place in about a month "Oh, do not ask me," cried Mrs. Van Du- call her-should be well cared for. To do own child had died occurred to her. She
well-dressed man was generally taken to bea On the 12th day of March I returned from ben, with much agitation ; "I can hardly him justice Mr. Smith faithfully performed was a stranger there where none knew her.
M .- professional gambler; but his frank, open, Surabaya to Batavia with a full cargo for bear the thought of it. Hut t'pl'ak--tpcak this but it was after, exacting a promise At this moment the landlady looked
; -, and jovial manners prevented)' such mly1 Singapore and as Harley was to be married : truly Have you always been called John from the poor girl that she should never asked her the full name of the child, saying
apprehension with before him. I had the next morning 1 would be able to attend i. Harley?" make known the marriage:; with his son. kindly that her husband would get the certificate '
-::.', left him some In thesouthern as best-man to my friend, and /sail the same It No. Till I was!> nearly ten years old I She was indeed well provided for, and a son, of death from the (surgeon and calU t
f ? : mines, where he invested some hundreds of evening for mv destination. was railed Johnny Jll1rri n." who was afterwards born to her was taken with it at the registrars office.-which would?
>r;; w pounds in mining claims, and between Very beautiful looked" Wusette in her bri- "Fasten the door! Call nobody. Water, from the mother and given in charge of save her .trouble.. On the Impulse of the
which and San Francisco he pretty equally dal dress and supremely happy was Harley water l'' gapped Mrs. Van Dusen in a hoarse Mrs. Jones the widow of a curate lately deceased moment she replied: 'John William J6ne#'
4' 5 j S divided his: time and being tolerably shrewd, as they stood before the clergyman and were whisper as she dropped on to the sofa close and in poor circumstances, and who The landlady wrote it down and when *f e
t he had been mostly successful his ven joined In the bands of luatrilUon)'. A most to which she was standing. In a few minutes had been left: with an infant of her own, had ;gone Mrs. Jones would have given
tures. Since we had parted I had made a tasteful dejeuner was laid out at Mrs. Van she burst into sobs, and us ho was pressing Mr.( Smith laying liberally for her care of worlds to recall her words. Hut she bad
S 'trip to the Sandwich Islands: where my vessel Dusen's pretty country residence, and at two the tumbler of water to her lips .she the boy. committed herself to the false -
-in which I had one-third InterestbeIng o'clock 1 took my leave having some shin's clasped him round the neck:, crying: 31y( Alter the young mother's recovery she obtained and it was too late. representation .
unfortunately wrecked, I returned to business to transact before tailing. The boy mv boy I My son: my son: !" i through )Ir. Smith's influence; indirectly -' "The child was buried and then the fear
San Francisco almost penniless, and was newly-married pair were to leave in the cool Yes, dear mother, your bon noir, and I implied) a situation as a governess in of discovery preventing her; from returning
take charge of a Hour storeshi i be of the evening for another house of Mrs. hope to be a loving one Hut why does the Anisuen gum. She had received several let home, she determined to and settle-iu I ,
Bonging to my late coowners of the lost ves Van Dusen'j*, on a plantation fourteen miles fact of your having known my father excite ters from Charles in which he told herthatas some place where she was entirely go unknown.
distant there to pass the first few days of yon so' terribly?" replied Hurley gently, as soot" as he was of age he would come She had previously lived in Cheshire and
my absence, Harley made the acquaintance the honeymoon he r'turu I her cans*. homo and make their marriage public, and 'choosing. a distant she removed; Jo
of Herr Van Duseu, a Dutch It was nearly sunset before I had concluded My l so.i-my own ""n--l trim you I And he had also written to his father to the same Hastings, writing to point her friends, that I had
merchant from JJutavia: (the chief town of all the .ship's business and returned on lam ludivd-! and truly your wlhrr. Your effect. Determined>> however to break off made her residence there condition of her
the lUiuitl of Java.) who hud come thence in hoard. J- Everything$ in readiness 1,)sail-- father's father \\n-tc tu mo that you bad the (connection Mr. Smith as soon as he retaining charge of a was a
child. There
1'I ** : t>f his OWN. lie wai 1\t.'l'C1U1I'imied| imp, EMI that J\f! ooi as I &pit on hoard gave died when MN tuniithsoldiaiulfcomemonths obtained the situation for the poor young I certain both mv!
similarity in feature and tom'plexion
by his. niece, the-daughter of )t.li deceased orders tti gi-t under way. Just as the windlass bofrt Ihut licit your father, my husband: wife in Amsterdam, wrote to his son that she between. and favored
br)ih 'r and partner a sea voyage having I was maimed u ivttt from Harley was hud died' in Iti'iiu of sunstroke. 0, wicked had dil'll.r typhoid 'fever, and at1 t' same the deception my boy you, which either
been r"'ulllwtttul".tor her by her medicaladvisers. brought otl' in u li.,re-')>.+t. I opened (it, wirkiil, thus todedeve me. as he. must also time he wrote to her thai his son had died I of and I 11111ne'cr seen of
of their mdvty haul and .. it.tuni.,h4 1 ., its Low 1. father YOQ; after a year or two. If any
Two mouths l way 'I1I\I\ lvU-ly t emu- I c (latl your in India very suddenly This: she fullybe. I her aCtualntanCt"S-whom. meantime,
settle the matter M> for men I ti' : I' ,... the
[ })rov"l..ulliclt'ut to I Harley now affording poor lieved, hilt came to England: once to see her I she would avoUlhould there
tu John Harloy was ponccrnwl : ant- the,' j, '* U.IU'Uril) your anchortflt I come. I a u i fctlow'r piteous narrative.- that was the most child Fearful that: if this visit were fro- 'would be but littlf, *rtiance; of see their you di IH'rTL -

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ing the difference."My .
: dear John Railroads.rpIME SAVANNAH.: : FLORIDA WESTERN every Thursday for : (, Fla., and jrirMO1tGAN: LiNI't
what Columbus\
has )happened, I feci that notwithstanding RAILWAY. every Saturday for Ga., and Eu-;
you are !:\lillmillt- .
fouls A 11\.
my son in all but the name ; and to enable CARD) U'IIJ'e"oNN Short Line. t'ontuTtith! steamer (I. (;l1nh\' Jordan
you to keep your surname legally, I haveexecuted -*- :
/ OF THE every Sunday for .\tullwhil'oll111\., und
Pcrton a deed making you a gift of the On and after Sunday, June Zt1, 1SS1, Passeiijrer every TI1dlfor! Columbus! and Eufaula
the (estate on condition that you retain ATLANTIC, GULF; WEST: INDIA THAN-: Trains: will run daily over the Way- Ala.
name of Harlcy. SIT RAILROAD cross Short Line as follows : Connects at Lake City with trains: on the
"I have been of .
aware this changed relationship .TI ck' ille Kliirid.x, Central) Railroad for Jacksonville
for a few months ; and as I could last Mail. ilircW: and St. ..TohnHlvC'r.! Fernuiulina and Cedar i
not bear the ,
thought of severing the ties IA-.IVO Jacksonville..., 7.35 n. m. 52.i: p. m. Key. WILLIAM. AMES, T.T.---------- --
that had so long bound us together father ( 1\'IIM.\ llrancl,) Arrive Jacksonville.' ... 8.40 p. 111. 8.10 a. m. General; 1'a"!scngcr Agent.LORIDA .

and son, I came to the 1olutlon-u weak Dave Callahan......... 8.42 a. m. 0.22:! p. m. Will leave Cedar Key
one, perhaps, but yet such as will readi. AND:
you Arrive 11'nycross.,11.07 a. m, 0.15' p. m. CENTRAL RAILROAD.(1OISU .
)ly pardon-to keep this secret from you till FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. Arrive .''elnp..l\: : .') noon. 11.05 ". m. } FOH NEW ORLEANS EVERY OTHEUFRIDAY.
after death
my whicH I knew, from the Arrive Bruimick..... O.iKl( p. mil. :;.ao a. m. \H T. .

and state would of mhealth, could not be far distant, Arrive Savannah....... 3.00l. in. :!.lIO a. m.Ixavc Leave Jacksonville ..... 8:15\: A. M.
probably be sudden.' When
you Savannah for Leave White House. 8:53: ; A. M.
receive this, therefore, it will be after I am Florida................. 1. '0 p. III. 10.30 1'. tit. Leave Baldwin tIn::: A. Di. -
gone I and when you can only think of me, 11Jtlirt;; May 6th, JUS. Arrive Macon( ........... 7.M 1'.111. 7.CK a. m. Leave Darbyvillo. 0:55: .\, :M. FOR KEY WEST: XND: HAVANA
hope, as one who, if not your father after Arrive CharleMon..... 0.30 p. m. 1'\,0\ a. m. Leave Sanderson... :. A. M.
the flesh, has been a father to in EVERY OTHER SATURDAY.
you spirit
Leave I'harlcston for
IA-AVP Olustee\ ::.!" A. :M. ,"
in act and in Affection. GOI.NU HOI.TH. Florida................. 7.40 a. m. :3.30:; p. m. Ieave\tt. Carrie.11:15: .\. :M. _. :
"ClIVRLES S. IlARLKY. Arrive .ltliuttt..3,50a.III.: 12.50noon
Leave I ike City : r. M.
I read the )letter t.eavc.rllllllllilla.. 0.00 .
with n.tll.J.C'a .
in .
strange feelings, Arrive Augultl.10.00 p.ln. .J..) m. Oak
Leave Live 2:30: I'. M.
which I scarcely knew whether ve Hart's : 9.47 a.tl1. PARSONS & HALE Agents,
surprise or Arrive ( ... 8.00 m. .
)pleasure was predominant. I could also Ix.'uve Callahan........................... 10.52 a.m. Arrive Washington.Montgomery.... 0.30 a. m. 0.10 a p.. m. Leave Leave Madison Drifton( ...J.:.." I'I'.. M.M. 9-13t Cedar Key, Fla.
now understand John's agitation; ; for if he Leave 1.221\.111.
Washington daily
had thus lost one who had been to him as a Leave Brandy Branch .11.38: a.m. B. tt 1'. R...............10.00 nl. 10.30: toave Tulluhassoe 8:50 r. 1\\(.
father Leave Baldwin .....12.03 p. a. m. Leave Quincy i .............................10:28:: I'. M. SUMMER SCIIEDULE1T11E
he had been at the same time delivered : ; )I.ln. Washington daily
from a sorrow which would have been Leave Muxville( :!.:.13 p.m. (limited express)...:. 0.30 a. m.Ar. Arrive Chattahoochce Iliver..11:54): r. at. -
life-long in its effects, both on him and the Leave Lawtcv 1.13 )p.m. New York daily, 1101:>;(1 E.IsT. STEAMERS:

woman he loved. Leave Temple's[ I.:"'!) p.m. I'. It. U................. 0....) n. m. 5.20p.m. Leave Chottahoocheo River......... 4:30:: ) A. u. .- .. .' ,.
On my arrival at Batavia I )hastened to Leave Starkc 1.38 p.m. Ar. hew York daily, Arrive Quincy.:52: : A. M. ICITYFOIXT
:Mrs. Van Dusen's, and asked to see her Leave Thurston 1.51 )I.ln. (limited express! )..... 3.50 1'. m. Arrive Tallahassee. 7:30::\ A. it. j t ST. JOHNS] 8 )
alone. She was, as the reader may imagine, Leave 'ru :2.'tl! : p.m. Express daily.Fast Arrive Drifton) ... 0:35:: A. M.
quite overcome at my unexpected intelli\ Leave Gainesville:: :3.30: p.m. :Mail[ daily except Sunday. Arrive Madison.t .t. M.\
gence. I found that she had confessed the Leave Arrcdondo 3.52 p.m. TIME. Arrive Live 1:10: r. M.

whole circumstance! to her daughter.:\1\' Leave Leave .Batton. ... 4.07p.m. Tn Savannah............................... 71 hours Arrive Fake'City. 4.00: I'. M.
conscience told me that it was the righ'tcourse { 4.21) p.m. To New York .............................171 hours Arrive: Mt. l ( 1:31: r. M.
Leave Branson
1 to pursue, though dear John meant li.Olp.tll.l&ave To :Macon....................................12 hours Arrive Olu-tee. 4:51: r. at\ .
kindly ; but I could not be contented while Otter Creek. 5.40 p.m. To Augusta................................HI hours. Arrive Sanderson...........i. 5Hi\: \ I
deceiving my child." Leave Rosewood.... 0.10 p.m. Arrive Iklrbyvilie........................ 0:20:: I'. M.
To Washington i ...........................:;))0hnn\ .
In a day or two the steamer was to returnto Arrive Cedar K{) 0.55 p.m. To Atlanta................................10 hours. Arrive Baldwin........................... 0:45: r. M.Arrive \ "" TILT. leave Fcrnandina Jacksonville 1

Singapore; and, brief as tjie time for preparation GOING NORTH. To Charleston ..................,.........H I hours. White House. 7:25: r. M. fand 1'alatkn) and intermediate )landings
was, both Susette And Mrs. Van Arrive Jacksonville..................... 8:00: r. M.
Duscn accompanied me in her. With their Leave Cedar \:{'\.. 5.30 a.m. THROUGH SLEEPERS: CoNNEctioNS Baldwin with A., G. it on the St. John's River, and Savannah

care and nursing Harley soon recovered Leave Rosewood' ....................... 0.10 a.m. acksonville to Charleston W. I. T. R. Il., for Vdar Key: Gainesville and Charleston, as folowsS t
health and strength ; and then, after going Leave Otter 7.00 a.m. .7. -Jacksonville to Macon.( and Fernandina and all i North and From Fcrnandina
to Batavia to settle Mrs. Van Dusen's affairs, Leave Bronson................ ........... 7.2 a.tl1. <-Jacksonville\ to Montgomery.Passengers ( West ; at Lake City for Tallahassee1 points Albany,
previous to her bidding farewell to Java, Leave Archer. t+HI a.m. Savannah, and) all )points North and West ; FOR JACKSONVILLE AND PALATKA

they all\ three sailed for England.: Leave Batton 8.38 1.111.Lr'c taking the Savannah sleeper at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steam ;:.t' EVERY WEDNESDAY.From .-

Arredondo 8.58 a.m. and arriving at Savannah at :2..OO< ) a. m., may ers. j. s. MCELROY
,,'n. II. C. DURYEE Leave Gainesville....................... 0.33 a.m. remain in tho car until the usual hour of; W. M. DVVIDSON, :Master Transp'n.Superintendent. Fcrnandina
Leave Waldo .10.30a.m.:
rising in the morning, 7 a. m. .
ENERAL Leave Thurston. .). a.m. Only one change! of cars to New York. ...... .. AND
COMMISSION :MERCHANT ------- --- --- "
Leave Starke. U.tl1.
to and New EVERY
Passengers going Montgomery FRIDAY.-t5S
Leave Temple's..........................10.20: a.m. Orleans take the train. Books und Stationery.HOIIACE jft $
evening .. .. .. .
CENTRE ST., NEAR R. 11. DEPOT, Leave Lawtey a.m. Passengers from lino of Transit! Railroad --- --- -- -- ---- --- -- Close connection made with steamers for

Leave Maxville ..........................12.20: !t p.m. take the evening train .at Callahan at (0.25 )) It E: 1Y, Mellonvillo and Enterprise, also with steamers
FERXANDINA, FLA. Leave Baldwin. 1.10p.m. for Ocklawaha River: also) nt Savannah

Leave Brandy Branch.................. 1.28: 1111. p.Passengers m. from line of Jacksonville! Pen Wholesale! and Retail with steamers for New Mork" Philadelphia, I
Hay, Com, Oats. Leave Dutton 1..4 p.tl1. sacola\ :Mobile( Railroad either take train Boston and Baltimore) and nt Charleston with

Leave Callahan.......................... 2.22: p.m. at Live Oak leaving 2.45 p. m. and arrivingat T>OOKS, STATIONERY, steamers for New York: Philadelphia, Baltimore !
JAMES McGIFFIN, 3.25 and with Northeastern & South Carlo-
Leave Hart's p.m. Savannah at 2.00) a. m., or train at Jack ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Arrive Fernandina ".00 p.tll. sonville leaving at 7.35 a. m. ami,l arriving at And MUSIC:, lien Railroads for routes North- East and

Trains daily, except Sunday. Savannah at 3 p. m. West. )
Alachua Street, between Second and Third, Connecting ut Savannah with steamers for 50 WEST 11.STlIl'T, FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMMO
New York, Philadelphia, Boston ami halt! DATIONS.
Tickets and Staterooms secured
Charleston with !
Connecting at steamersfor
Orders and estimates from a distance care and all Information furnished nt office, corner
II'alilo Jirnnch. New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. --
fully\ attended to. 25-tf ( Centro and Second streets.
Trains Brunswick it Railroad
on Albany
O. S. OAKES, UOtNO KOUTH.:\ leave Junction daily (except Sunday) for Hook n Specially.1C. 20-ly ,"' C. A. NOYES.

Leave Waldo Junction................. 2.45 p.m. Brunswick: at .""0 )p. m. For Tampa mid Key Went
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Leave Santa Fe....................:..... 3.18p.m. Through Tickets sold to all points, and M. IIEXDEKSON ,
Leave Hawthorne .....................54.05 p.m. Sleeping-Car Berths! reserved at tins Savon V VIA .
JAN UF.tCTL'RE6MOULDINGS Leave Lochloosa' ......................... 4.45 )I.tn. nab, ]Florida it Western Railway olllce, No. rpAMlM Stcnninhlp CO'M LINE:
Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.40p.m. It West Bay street; also) at Ticket Office ,
IlILICKETSSAWED AND Arrive Oculii\ ............................. ,1.W.ll.lIl. [n'mt Brunswick Railroad, corner Bay .
TURNED BALUSTERS, NEWELS:, !: and Hogan strects.'and af Tk-kct Otllco FlorIda .
STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVES- WINO NOKTH. Central Depot, Jacksonville"; Flu -

TROUGHS, SHEATHING, Leave Ocala) .................................5.45 0.111. JAS.: L. TAYLOR, ; Ate'
WEATHERBOARDING Leave Orange Lake ..................... 7.20 a.m. General Passenger! Agent
AND FLOOR Leave Lochloosa................... ..... 8.30 a.m. II. S. HAINES, General :Manager. 30(
ING. Leave Hawthorne....................... 0.15a.m.
Stair and Church Work Leave Santa Fe........................... 0.45a.m. JACKSONVILLE: I'E; 8ACOr.A AND

A SPECIALTY. Arrive "'ahloJunction.... .......... 10.15 a.m. : RAILWAY. UNDERT.tlLit.FIFTI CARRYING TilE U. S. MAIL.

II ---.- I On and after Monday, May 2, 1881, Trains .
DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMESOF on this road will run daily as: follows: [ ST.. FERNANDINA) FLA, -
ALL SIZES. FERNANDINA .t JACKSONVILLE: GOING WKST.Leave ONE of the staunch and elegant Steamers

Post Office Box 174. I IrJ' RAILROAD. Lake City..........12.30: p.m. tho above Line will )leave Cedar. Key
jan4 Fernandina, Fla.I Leave Wcluorn...,....... 1.20p.m.: BURIAL BODES METALLIC; CASES, every Monday at 4:00: p>>, m., for
7Effect; May Ctti, 1881. leave Houston.. 1.38 p.ni ) COFFINS: / AND CASKETS.: '"
"'. I{. ItAUKNIGIIT, Arrive* 7.: U -- Telegraphic orders promptly attended to Tampa, Manatee,
Lh'o Oak....... 2.M( ) p.m.
AGENT, WING SOUTH. Leave Live Oak........... :2.30: p.m. And Ilraidentowii,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Leave Custcr! ........ ..... 2. IIi ptll.
Leave 1..ernandina..ll.10 & 5.30 River and Ocean SfeumhoutM.
a.m. P In .. and 1\fOJuJay'and Thursday at 4:00I'nntii :
AND STOCK n -- .
BUTCHER ANDDealer DEALER, Leave Hart's Road.,....11.43 a.m. ct 6.01IJ.11I. Leavo Kllavillc i ::1.lIi: pan;: -- -- -. -- p.'in;;for

In Ice. Arrive Jacksonville....12.50 p.m. & 7.05 p.m. Leave Jladison.1..13. p.m. MALLORY'S .
GOING NORTH.: Leave Greenville..a4511.111.: ) -- RassiTnud Key 14,8t.
Leave Jacksonville..8.20 a.m. & 3.10 p.m. Leave Aucilla............ (i.10 {pant FIORII STEAMSHIP. LINE.Only -
Leave Hart's Road.......0.45 a.m. & 4.15 --- ,,: "
p.m. Leave Drifton :: :::: '
11.401)111. -
10-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. Arrive Fcrnandina ....10.25 a.m. & 4.50 Connections made at:Cedar Key with the
Leave .Monticello..5.50.111.
Florida Transit! Railroad)) from and to all
IHreet Line to New York.
t J. II., PRESCOTT. Double) Trains daily except Sunday Leave l'H.--:::. 7.15 p.m. -- points North) and Wl'etfat; Punta HUSlIa with

Leave Chuires'...... ...... 7.40 p.m. Steamerfor Fortjlyere, Fort Ogden, and
Arrive Tallahassee..251.111 Pine Level. :|fe" .
Through 'rkkete are'on safe at Fcrnan-
Fit CONNECTIONS Leave Tallahosse........ 8.50 p.m.( hum, Jacksonville,''_Oafnl'8vUJt',: and Cedar
Style, AT FERNANDINA, FLA., Leave_ _Midway..''. .'... 0.30p.m. 1 1w. at reduced for
Key rates all
-- =. _. .:._____ __ greatly principal
Comfort With New York and Fernandina Steamship Leave Quincy..............10.28:! p.m. ) ]points on the Golf) Coast. _
Line from New York on Tuesday, at {9 Leave )It, 1.lcl1sont..J 11.01 p.m. ..: J. M.tOALPJUN. Gen'l A ?'tl
or 4.00 and for New York -- THE FINE: : STEAMSHIP: 13 tiffim: Cellar Key Fin.ziST. ] .
AND a. in. p. m., on Arif\' ._('hatla. Rlygr..l 1.50 pTmUOINU ;: : == : .
y Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains. .
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r --- ------
I rm. Durability. With Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat WEST-HT. !\ltK8 VISION. WESTERN TEXAS, MARY'S RIVEIt," Csa

; \. Company from Savannah daily except' ( TlltJl'/UJ', TAurrdapawl&mtirdaya.) CJAIT.CITY IIJXI':'' ,
". Monday; fur avllnnah daily except Sunday
t ; With Charleston Steamer from Savannahand Leave Tallahassee........................ O.OOu.m. : STEAM P\CII'T CO''NV.TII8 ) .
,f. Charleston on Wednesday and Sunday; Leave Chat tahoudll'l'...................10.10 a.m. 01'I.I.N,

1 I for Savannah and Charleston Tuesday and Arrive_Sj? :Murks._ :.; .:... .:.......10.35 a.m. GAIT. RISK.:

Friday. GOING KiiT. of the above Steamer. will leave T 3
With Steamer Flora from St.Mary's River ONE 1 ? 'b
Landings on Wednesday and Friday; for Leave Chatta. River.... t.:') a.m. for New York every Thursday
St. Mary's River Landings on Sunday and Ix-ave Chattuluxtchcc... 4:19:!! a.m. on arrival of afternoon trains from
Wednesday. I.eavu.ht. Pleasant; ..... 5.15n.m. Jacksonville and Cedar: Key. BTKAMKKtfF : .

Having largely Increased my AT CALLAHtN Leave-Juhicy:..="...:... 5,2n.m.-: : : '- !BetweenFERNANDINA This line, having no. transfers to make I, O It A ;.)?,JI.iu'ru"

\ stock of .Foot-wear in both flue To and from Savannah at 10.45 a. m, and Leave Midway............ 0.41 a.m. ,
Captain RICHUDHO.V. Captain -------- .
l and medium grades, I am enabled 2.20 p. tn. Arrive Tallahassee....... ?..:!'" tan : AND NEW: YORK, --:....
AT B1LDWIX, FLi., Leave Tallahassee........ ft.OOa.m. (
\. to before customers --- & DAILY SERVICE.The .-
Tallahassee ;
place To and from at 12.20
my noon OHVrx the1JI'"II'f
/, Leave Chain* .,........... iU-'J: am.
r' a very large assortment of and 1.00 p. m. Leave LloydV.......,....., V.M" a.m.
ATLOCHLOOSt, FLA., AND CIIEAI'IsT'rltaNt4l'ORTA-: : Flora leaves aiidina forSt.Mary'fRiver
Hoots'" and Shoes", made by the Leuvc a......... tt.IKiLfl1. )
With Steamer AMw for all jtointd and Leave Drifton............. U.j.i a.nl..1AavA TION TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS.: landing every Monday, Wednesday
skilled Lake arrival of Peninsular and Friday-returning on Tuesday Thurs-
most, competent and landings on Orange on -
Railroad Train.AT f1fa.10.10: a.m. : Vegetables and Fruits will receive vpecial day and Saturday
t workmen.' These Goods, were La veGreeiiville.| .) a.m. care in handling. Tho Martha )leaves Fernandina for sane
t OCALl. Leave Madfcnn- -- point every Tuesday( Thursday and Saturday
purchased' for CASH, are .11.10 a.m.
With Stage Line to and from Bruoksville LtuveEIlaville......... ...l--Vi ,.m... fJ.30 a.au. PASSENGER: ACCOMMODATIONS ARE; -returning every Monday, Wednesdayand
only exchanged for the *uuiecommodity. daily except Sunday Friday .'
Tuesday, 'Thur.dayand Saturday: from leave Cu.ter............?. 1.;:! ".fll. FI1WT.CLAKS. a
This will be deemed Ocala and Tampa on Monday, Wednemliy Arrive Live Oak.......... 1.OI.ln. Through Hills of Lading
t n pleasure after seeing; examining and Friday. Leave Live Oak........... 2.10 p.m. The traveling public are offered the advantage .
.- und learning at what AT CEDAR KEY, FL\., '.t-ave Houston............ 2..1211.In, CUA (H'J.: Connection made at by MALLORY'S LINK of Steamers to/allpolnta
IA'IlVC.t'lJJrn.( ............ 3.0 on the ft. Mary's. --
With l Steamer: JJUkr to and from Pensacola p.m. ._ 'emandina with all fctitimUiatd for all 'J.i
? 'extremely low, prices theset ) on Monday and Friday Arrive Lk; W :::.::.. 3.45"p.ui.:- = Indian on the St. John's, Ot-klawaha, and Clone Connection : -

!: Goods", are offered. With Steamers Clinton and M'jrym for ----,-- --.- .... Riven, and with the Transit Rail '4
Io\. New Orleans on Friday ; from New Orleanson GOING E.\lrr-n. NUt" DIMSON.T'Tur.ta road at Kcrnandina for all railroad stations made with the! New York Charleston and
to J&My stock of GENTLEMEN'S Saturday; from Havana and Key 1Vest, and Gulf ISOfS j in Florida .
.J !ls, Thurnlayt and 8
;'t. FURNISHING GOODS in worthythe on Friday. for Key Wet and Havana, onatun1av. Leave" St. Mark*........,......,,..,......,12.0.5: a.m. FltEIOHT AND PASSENGER RATES: "

' e attention of those desiring Florida Havana Mail Steamship Wakulla.............:..............1'2.30Liii. GOOD ACCOMMODATION ""_
Arrive .... .. .. AH LOW AS BY INDIRECT LINUS.Ratea ::;
for Wtttaud Tampa TallahaM'e... .. .. .- 1.40 pan.
flue Good mlJ8nY'1I8teall1l'n[ Key for Past-nVcn; Excursionists and Touriirt
on Monday and Thunlay. ff"TLrougli and hilly of lading will find this a very attractive trip, as thtwenery
f& Orders left to my selection With Steamer Enttrvriie, fur joints on the CONNECTIONS. to all ]M>int>>. 1* grand: and alligator; and. other
'* will receive careful and prompt Su annee River: on Tbunnlayb at U a. m. Both Eu t and Wit bound train meet at' For juHsuge or further Information, apply) gains are abundant. .",F
For information rt p '(tfng routes rates, Live Oak and connect with :::ti train on H
t attention. ek.. apply to Florida fc Western lUilruad far It.. W. SOUTHWJCK-, Agent bartered for excursion |lo rth* at auy time.
J H. PRESCOTT | i.iiiiJ. .\. O. bdSfU. Savannah and \1In1n)". Fernandjiiu. For further information!' e!''ply! t..
.. .I!I!'! ta''t_ Gtn'l Ticket and I'.uno..lgr'nt. Pa j>en/prk; fur Chiitlaho" 4.,1t" Itlvcr IVwt C. U. MALLORY .t CO.. '.\. II. MlY>. Agrnt.23v212v3 .

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THE i ]'tOn.IA., &IIHnon., the depot of the produce( transported across ST. MARKS UTI:? (the railroad applicable to the Voce claims, A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION

.. the country." On l' ,c.'ltt'cuell! correspondent, Judge Uip it will bo chargeable with the difference between .
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"' hey brings up the historical: question of the the compound Interest it has guaranteed THE ONLY: fll'RK: REMEDY REDtTCIMO XX-;
stATunpA JULY 80 1881.
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-. .. .-- --. .. .. .-.- ..- --.- -- ----.- Tll GREAT SOUTHERN It. It. antiquity) of St.L Marks.; Even assuming, on the bonds and the simple, interest 1'ENDiTCal.S: : AND LOWERING TAXES. '
1 RAILROAD rROJECTS. It is rumore-d 1 that Tom Osbornc!\ it ('0.I which it: more than doubtful, that Antewhere allowed by the elccrto. The debt of the internal To t.\c Editor (f the Mirror:

+ The numberless I have sold the franchise. : of the (Treat South Knrvaez built his: bouts in 1.2S'oS. nor Improvement\ )Fund, will not probably FKRNixnutA: July 22, 1881.
< < road/projects, coininnles Railroad and that the prospect of thai
charters: lines and surveys in Florida ern road being built, has: hnpro'ed.-Union 15th. near St. Marks! this t temporary occupation fall short of one million of dollars, to There having been a great deal said by the

h must bo perplexing to an outsider., < The relines < The dead are evidently coming to life and} would not give the location priority in be defrayed from\ the sale of lands.} different papers of our State about reducing

the commissioner's pamphlet make of the speaking of (the various early Spanish settle tho expenses of our State government, and
on careful search !
we may anticipate 13WORTAXT TO II OMI.STCAULIfS.DEr'TfF'TIti reduction of taxes please allow\
ments. n consequent ,
t Florida n mass: : of railways!' but the differ long list of railway grants which have illustrated : .
enco between the railways projected antI the nail elForts of legislatorsnnd \ The authority referred( to by Judge, Kippejit me space in your valuable paper to give you
R recent of the United States : I INTEittOtt(1E4'1.LAN11Owlet: : :, 1 some of views upon this most important
: a history:! ( compiled } my
t thoso complete-el N: n very wide one. Wiccm 0 projectors in the past. Land grants WASHINGTON: I). C., Juno 11, 1881. J JJlmi. retrenchment

i' to bo reversing the natural order of were of course; the objective point of getting vcprestunefret..seeond-handsources; WHkinfon Cull Uniletl State Senate: !subject of nnd reduction of -

things, and to be trying to build all (the charters, if not of the roads, nail, trading oil and from previous histories: and possessing; SIR : I am in receipt of a letter from John taxes.

branches before the main trunks. The fourth franchises was looked upon carefully ns ti no particularjauthority.: The "Uclacion tIc P.'all, .1';sq., of Tallinn, 1"i ti., referred to In the first place tec, must hate a constitutional -

section of the internal improvement net of possible future industry. Among those\ railroad Cabeca do Vaca," written by one of Xarvac/ this office by you, under date of the 18tli convention. It is all\ a waste! of time to

[designated:: these trunk lines to he from: officers! who was one of the four survivor nit., relative to the withdrawal\ of the odd talk of any good being done under our present
incubators was one Fred Dockruy, who sections within the six miles limit of the Atlantic .
of this unfortunate expedition, is the prin.dpalautllOrity constitution ;. it cannot, or at least neverwill
Jacksonville\ to Escnmbiu bay, with nn extension andparts Railroad,
had a railroad charter to St. Augustine! Gulf it West:< India Transit ,
F to St. Marks or Crooked river told adjacent which was put upon' the upon the expedition of Nar- and the increasing of the even numbered be done. We now have a legislature

; < 8t. Andrew's bay; nnd a line from Amelia! few times but vu'z.0' have carefully examined the account sections! : within said limits from $1.2Ho $2.5t" composed of 108 members, who vote themselves .
market and possiblysold! a ,
t Island on the Atlantic to the waters of Torn stake behind. In of Cubecji dt Vaca, and our conclusions per acre. In reply, I have to state that !said : $G per day for sixty days, $38,880 ; say
left not even a grading : withdrawal and) :! of price in the even
; III reference to Auto etc., are embodied 18 secretaries and clerks nt the same rate
with extension to Cellar Key : of the
pa bay an the course: of time, however, n company has sections, is made under the provisions
These lines have been built from Jacksonville been organized which has gone to work to in the following extract from f'airbanHif act approved May 17th, 18.VJ: ;, and hence this $0,480; total for these:! two items alone, the

; to Chattuhoochee, with nn extension to build the road. History Florida, pp. SI, Si, etc. : office has no power to relieve settlers upon enormous sum of $15,300. Let the convention

lit Marks and from Fcrnandina on AmeliaIsland One hlllllredIIcn remained(. on board the even sections desiring! to commute at the reduce the number of members to 78
The (Treat Southern hallway was a stupendous original price of 1.2' per acre-
tinder the
and the extension to Cedar vessels, which were placed command increasedby anti fix the pay at $1 per day secretaries nnd
to Ocala, ntFair. In its conception it was far of one Caraviillo. The remainder, As the price of these lands were

I : Key Work is I being vigorouslyprosecuted in advance: of the plans of the railway syndicates numbering some!' three hundred. with fortyhordes the t action of Congress:! ,Congress alone can clerks at the same rate; limit the( sessions of
which remained out of the nllbrd( you the relief\ yon seek. the legislature to forty-five days which is
on the line from Ocala toward Tampa, anda which have since been made familiar \ eighty put All of the lands that were held\ at $2.50per
on board: constituted the land: expedition time transact the business. If
; ample thisis
part of the line from Chnltuhoochco to the of June 15 ISM" ) and ;
to m.>!! It overshadowed all the great North They seem to have brought. but ascautysup- acre prior to net ,
Ponsace>}la is under contract It may be now ern schemes! nnd proposed to start\ at Millen, ply of provisions, with them, as the allowance were subject to private entry nt the date of done $28,080 will be saved in these two

: assumed!! as a certainty that these trunk roads and with one gigantic coursed on which they commenced their march the net in the State of Florida, were reducedto items of expense.; Some persons will say
Georgia swoop
if will be built according to the lines designated ; amounted to but! two pounds I! of bread and $1.2.1 per acre by the third section of the men cannot afford to leave their business for
over the whole length of Florida to I net mentioned, but n<, the withdrawn! for the 1
?I ; in 1855. The land grants to these land in the middle of the scant Key West, scanty half n pound provision' of meal they to marched each man.fifteen On days this, Atlantic, Gulf & West India Transit Railroad $1 per day. Then let all such persons stay "' '

\ lines aro also secured Tho net of 1855 re- : house was subsequent: to said net of Juno 15, at home ; no one will force the honor upon
.; 720 miles distant and nearly 100 miles from without seeing a village, n : or a single
I ejulrcs the construction of, first-class roads, which distance living soul. They then came to n river, 1880, the third section of that net does' not them. There lire scores of good and true
the main nn
over to the lands along that road. I
which was probably'l the Withlacooclice, on who will fie to their
feet and willing serve State
with five first-class equip men
guago line of
nil the sections the
aquatic railway was! to be constructed.The the banks of which they were met by twelve As even \ along I
meals.i Great Southern had for its managing hundred Indians, who conducted them to railroads in the State lire now held nt $l.25; nt these figures. Others will say that at $1

j notices. of having per acre, except along the road in question, day but rich afford togo
We see frequently parties genius! cx-Scnntor Osbornc, irreverentlycalled their village, which was near by. per no one men can
I have doubt that if the matter is
purchased tho franchises and charters of Union Osbornc. As A party was sent to the seashore, which no pre to the legislature. This, too, is nil bosh.
by the sented to Congress it will receive favorable
railroads in Florida. In view of the fact they were told was not far' distant, to look There are thousands of good, honest
co-adjutors appear the names of W. ]I. Glea-\ out for the ships ; they found shoal, marshy consideration. I return Mr. Wall's letter. poor

i that the land grants made by the legislature: son, M. L. Stearns, II. Jenkins, Jr., W. .T. nnd SIlII1shorl', but no appearance of the Very respectfully' men, and able men, who would willingly ,

r aggregate double the quantity of land remaining rurman, Josiah 1'. Walls, and others. bay or their ships, mind returned next Acting C. W.Commissioner.It HOLCOMB, accept the position, and save more money

; to the State, nnd tho further fact Uncertain ns to any point where they could than they could during the same time at
i scheme of the Great Southern
The meet their vessels, they determined to will be) seen by the above letter of the
Ji bat tho roads! now under. construction will was to connect at Milieu with the most direct to Apalachcc, where they might 111'0.cel..1 commissioner of the g'n'rallmd-omce that home. I admit, if gambling losses and

r Cake about all the lands to'which the State He umint whisky bills arc to be considered a of
I lines North., and to connect with the treasures thew're in quest of. ; the reduction in price of the public land part a
i t has title we do not see what clement of to the West Indies Central their march they came to a river of considerable legislator's expenses, then several: times $1 t
nearest point within the limits reserved for the lands of
d s' value these old charters even If they size and rapid current, which they day will not allow him to come out even
possess America which for the time being per ;
': nnd South\ crossed\ with diIHc1\ t tr. This was doubtlessthe the Southern Tropical Railroad is $2.50 per

j I' [; have still any vitality, which is questiona seemed to be Key "'elt. The route of ( Suwunec: and it is likely tney crossed it acre instead of$1.25. Mr. Yulce, the president i. but gambling and whisky-drinking arc not

) 1 .1 t ble. It would bo quite ascasy to organize the projected road. was from Millen to Jcsup, some distance from the coast. After passingthis of the road, has written to Messrs. Agnew what the people send them to Tallahassee

t new companies under the general incorpoAtlon river, they encountered much opposition for ; they send them to make good laws, and
miles to Jacksonville miles
100 : Jesup ;
; ct
from the Indians, and their guides led Co. :
net.FLORIDA. if to lift the load of burdensome
I -- Jacksonville to Key West, 530 miles ; in nil them through n most difficult country, much FEuNIJIN.FLA.: ., July 11 1881. possible

t j j AN AGRICULTURAL from Milieu to Key West! 720 miles. The obstructed with the trunks of fallen"trees of E.: W Ayneiv tL Co. : taxation from their shoulders. 'i'a.

q STATE road was to follow near tho St. Johns riverto large! size. They had. occasionally in their J>E.\R !Snw: : In my' letter to you dated Another large item of expense is that of

i Orlando thence cast\ of Okcchobec to march found fields of maize, !but were now June 15, which has been publisheel. said, in mileage, fixed by the present constitution,
The tendency to regard Florida" from u or eight days nt a time without seeing
IIt'\'l'lI. !
I reference to settlers under the homestead\ act,
paid to members of the legislature.
j f sentimental point of view, :(n'land of fruit Turtle -Harbor and via Key Largo to Key any !signs! of cultivation. As no mention is I that in case substitute lands could not be They
made' of crossing: the !Santa: Ft S river they receive ten cents mile both whenwe
West. There also to he little branch per ways
\ and flowers, has, pcrhap: stimulated Immigration was a obtained the company would make title to
I ofT of about 125 miles from Pulatka station! must have passed over the Natural Bridge, them ut the government price of $1.25 per know five cents is all it costs. Let the
to some parts of,our State where the or at some point below its junction with the
acre. That was a mistake. I should have constitution reduce the of
new members
(; orange boom has: prevailed, but, on the other toTumpii, all of which was portrayed on a 8u\\'alll'e. From tlieSuwa neethey marched said $2.50 (which is the government price),
to five cents and there will be another
} (hand, it has caused other parts to be neglected grand map, bound up in volume of 2G7 seven days, and readied the neighborhoodof instead of $1.25. To avoid misumlerstand- ,

which arc not so favorable to tho orange pages, elegantly printed to illustrate tIl sspl'ne1id luchcc what was: represented in to of.them Narvaez as the Apa and ing I thiuk it best to make the correction tit saving of several thousand dollars.I .

they were quest once, although,; I !still think there will be merely give these examples to show what
1 but more suitable for tho pouch the pear enterprise. his companions seemed to have anticipatedthat
land enough subject to selection to relieve can be done in nearly branch of our
and looked this almost ;; every
The scheme
and was so grand so t'amCtpalachee was n second
vegetable growing theyarietl pursuits !
I : ... the actual homestead settlers from tho necessity '
Mexico, where they were to receive the I government, Ilkef red net t01l'n): (eififihses can
to tho business from
l entirely great through ; of any payment.ewrs .
a f all ,
reward of thefriviiHOiHand sufFerings be
/ made.
the West Indies nnd Central and South \: respectfully,
The whole of !ii: well adapted endured but, much to
they previously ;
t to the; production; 'of grain, vegetables and America, that its: line of road through Florida their disappointment they found only n L). L. YCI.EB. Then let there bo n provision in the new

laid its In,1i:1Ituwn, of some forty small cabins constitution requiring n }ll-tax: to be paid(
stock and with the improved tllt'thtll18 of : was simply on )
made of thatch and built close to the TllK MAXDAMUS QUESTION before he and let
by every man can vote,
of available line of construction
i I farming, denominated high cultivation offer profile an ,
ground. Tho Gainesville\ Smut A- J'ec ably discuses this
i to settlers excellent locations. Frult-gmw- without reference to the interests of any localities tax be paid over to the county treasurer,
the subject of the power of n court to require
to be used for school
in Florida. nnd l The town culled Apnluchco by De Yuen exclusively purposes!
Running parallel
tag, which N: now the most prominent idea : the commissioners by mandamus
to the St. Johns river it wUII\llluhsti.\ was situated on a lake, mill there was an- in the county where collecteel.
In the mind, near ,
immigrant's wlll in time
I to tax than the law
levy n
other village across the lake, which was possibly permits There should also be some provision by
J' for
railroad river and
; tute
a secondary) Ilaco'c.'l1Ipaft.tl with the transportation
Mimisukie Lake.The and cites a case in point from the opin-
which crimes be made less l
largo agricultural interests which will be developed. make the St. Johns instead of being, ns ut Spaniards remained at this: Indian ion of Chief-Justice Waite of the Supreme petty can expcn- .
commercial town of Apulticheu for about u month, a eivc. and the offenders punished without so
I Tho capabilities of Florida for the present, n great highway, mere Court of the United States as follows
conduit of rafts and inland lake for grievous infliction no doubt upon the natives : much cost to the State and cemnties. For
nn pleasure
of BUgar-dano'nro almost unlimited.
production .
who kept Ul1\ continued state of warfare We have no power by mandamus to compel instance a thief steals a chicken or pig leis
Cotton rice can bo excursions.: : As tho southern objective nnd them to the I :
andjcorn profitably discouraged greatly as! ft municipal corporation to levy a tax which
cultivated in all ratty of the State. Tho point is: Key West, and its: northern Millen, nature and resources of the country, telling! the law does not authorize. "' cannot arrested, tried and convicted, sent to jail
0 create
valuable cxpcriuient'Ofof Messrs.I it would necessarily: result that Jacksonville ; them that there were few people in it, and and fed at the expense of the taxpayer;
Inglis, that it was and sterile out that nine new riglrts or confer new powers. All we and before the is
poor ; case through with several
instead of the .
k Uous t.u\1n and other Middlo Florida being entrepot and centre of
{ ., planters days'! journey towards the sea there was a can do is to bring existing powers into operation. hundred dollars have to be
and Mr.\ Hevlll niid others in East: Florida commerce-the distributing point for the St. town\ called "Ante" 'or Haute", abounding in In this case it appears that the special paid.
Johns river would\ become it squashes and and well Mr. Editor, I only throw out these few-
have shown that a diversified system of as were, only corn gourds sup- tux f one-twentieth of one cent. '
pliedwith fish, being near the sou.Nurvaez per suggestions, and hope others will take them
station the distribution of
agriculture, accompanied with attention to u way passengersand ; bus been levied collected and
I exhibited! enterprise in exploring regularly applied i add
( to and dwell this untilit
htock-raising: will give as: great a degree of merchandise and the shipping of the the country around! him, but remained and no complaint is made ns to thtlJ up upon subject

Huccess in Florida as in tiny other portion of products of the country being gathered lllt supinely' in A'alach'Cwith,; his whole force of levy of the one-half'of one per cent for I is brought before the whole people of our

\ the United States When tho lamb of Middle the railway stations along the line, or at three hundred men, without an effort to general purpose's. What is wanted i is the i beautiful State. The present constitutionwas
i I'ulatkn jKMietrate further or to verify the accuracy of levy beyond these amounts, and that, wo framed by strangers who had no inter
and East 1"lorlda"ro or Sanford ns near distributing
divided into I
think under laws have
up the account tho Indians gave him. lie was existing we no pow
est in
I' smaller farms: work t1\by' intelligent\ white points. really in the midst of a rich populous: anti er to order. our State and at a time of high pricesfor

\ labor and control, thenjia! ,marked contrast The magnificent river St. Johns needs no abundant country, but was incompetent for The subject is an interesting one, as manyof everything. Let us have a new constitution

will bo seen with the present wasteful and railway along its course, nature having the position of a leader. our counties are in debt, and could be framed accordance with the views of
Following! the interested advice of the Indians
exhausting system oflaud: renting to the bountifully furnished n highway which be set out for Aut(. His march was biought into the United States court by a the honest, intelligent and propertyowningclass '

negroes, who have no Interest l in preservingor brings t transportation to every: IIUUI'H door contested at everystep by tho Indians who, transfer of the claims to a non-resident. of our citizens, nnd in keeping with

enhancing its fcrt lIir. along its shores. Water transportation such from behind tree- and ambuscades, .discharged the times in which we now live. When thisis I

that afforded the showers of arrow, and eludedall done we may look for a reduction of ex-
-"-. t as by St. Johns i is the nut.uralwatcr THE FLORIDA LAXIt AXIt nr.IJlOJ"B.1lE.T -
pursuit. Some of the Spaniards were IKinditures' and a low rate of taxation and
-f CANAL which rt'cclfrom COMFAXr. ,
: every willing to make: oath that the force with
Captain taliaron ha: returned from u survey wharf and landing the products' of the country which the Indians discharged their arrows The advertisement of the Okechobee Land not until then. We can then feel assured) or.} '

of the country between the Culoosatiatchie and furnishes the outlet to market at the was so great, that they hud seen red oaks as Company is now followed byanother, under a bright, glorious and prosperous future'for
thick as the calf of a man's leg,bhot t throughand beloved
and St. John rivers, with view to lowest possible| charge. through ; and the narrator adds>!! that this the above head. The advertisement is headed our State.

report upon the practicability uf( a ship ca- The beauty of the St. Johns, its attractive h nothing wonderful, for he himself had The Florida Land ,t Improvement Cotudany CONSTITUTIONAL__. CONVENTION.:

unl. Of course, if the St. Johns! river is tot features and the charm of its:: broad inland !seen an arrow driven into un elm u span in -Disston's l'urchase-4OOOO) Acresof h

used from its waters are rapidly settling available depth. He says, further, that these Apa- land Great KisMinmce f rout-Office Notice.
>u upper source at lake Winder up every Colony e> Florida
of such
Indians stature
aches were great Office ]ourl-Prom 8:00
A. al. to 6:00: '. )4.Money .
a canal of twent '-four feet depth, the point upon its shores ; hl'autit'ul'illa!! (hut ut a distance they appeared to be yiauts -50,000 Acres of 1.\1HIII1 Orange County, Orelers and

required! depth for a ship canal, would not and groves add to its natural churms: those men of (fine projtortions very tall, and ofvery near full grown orange groves and beautiful Registered Letters from
and their 8:00 A. M. to 1:00: P. u.; and from 2:00: r. M.
discharged arrows *
of cultivation and great strength
bo practicable without digging the St t, Johns art. fear bn.lr its lakes.: advertisement says :
with force from tows eight feet to 3:30 p. M. Sunday from 10:30 .
great to 11:30
Ito tied of steamers has increased in The Florida Land it A. u.ARE1T.tL
out to that depth hole Il'lIgth.t'ccfl.( : comfort in Il'Igth'iUI entire precision. a distanceof Improvement Company
Ing to the Cedar Key Journal "he reports and elegance, un,l those who \live on its i, two hundred I yard } of New York, having purchased from AND DEPARTURE or T1IR MAILS

1 rt finding a more feasible and less costly route bunks would not be! Iike1tn hail with111t'a..ur After nine days of constant molestation, the State of Florida four million acres of. Northern J/ai7-Arrives daily at 10:25: A. .N. (
land intends tho
placing in the '
same market "
tho forces of Xurvae-vs reached Ante but the : 5:00
: M. .
,', than has yet been surveyed; requiring not a scheme of railway along its. banks : inhabitants, doubtless apprised of their approach for sale at low prices! and m on easy Extra Jlail- p.

i more than one lock for the entire length of which, in order to I IHJ !successful, would be l liud abandoned! their village and terms.

4 the canal, and it is l possible that after the obliged to absorb all the transportation of burned their dwellings.: They hud on .their The first colony will be located in Orange For points north of Savannah

freight and and which nurney[ passed u river which they calledMagdaiemt county, (near Orlando the county beat, a"lin" only closes.............................iooO: *, )1, J
t ; data obtained have been carefully elaborates i passengers; could the vicinity of Lake COllwa-upun :20,40
Y and which was probably the Cedar Key and Transit Railroad-
that even this single lock may be dispensed! easily run off al1 steamboat competition.TllK and 80! acre farms-at prices ranging from

1.4I'i with Captain Iellaron 'eaks highly of Chnl'tu Aut'a.w hatehee., *day' journey from an en- one dollar and twenty-five cents i>er acre to .\rrives.................. ..................... 4:00: p. ;M.
the country passed through sj especially INTERNAL IoU''}VEMKXT' trance to the one wu, and has l Ken by someslI !. five dollars per acre. Closes .......................................... 8'45: A. ) '
upon LINIS.It !
'posl'lll" have been located near St. Marks; The office of the company is' 115 Broadway Iliff.lJ'alj'lormtJ
the Caloosahatchia end Pcuco Creek: Although ;
has been said with some emphasis that but the 'probabilities are that it was near the N. Y. .\rrives....................................... 4:00: P. x

necessarily<< much exposed swamps the Disston bale docs not include the class Bay of Apalitfhicola.} Closes .................. .
.. ........:........?5.00::): p. MJacttonnlln ,
and morasses in tho bad season, he ha ex.pericpeel of land: owned by the State known us the -. I'EXSACOLA'S DEnT and St. Juhru JiiterArrives .
Probably the -

no sick'ncA, which he thinks internal improvement lands. This is true, The bondholders of the city of Tensacola ....................10:25 ..\. u. 5.00 .1'. )I. A; t
=} well for the sanitary character of the country but not very important, a* the internal improvement Till LIEN OX TIll J., lC J/ R.R. auilacomuitteeofcitizeuyat a conference ('Io3es '
.....................,.1000 P. st. 5:00 p. )t.
The work is under the general direction lamU originally embruml only There I loe a very evident misapprehension heM at Montgomery on the lUth inst., St. Jry' and Trader' Hill J/ai/- t

of Brevet MaJor-Gvneral Q..\. Gillmore.f half a million of acres, of which! lute!> than; ill sumo miii.!Is n.oi to the lien niven by Judge agreed upon| the following compromise of Tuesday
,utenant-ColoneI: Engineers: U.S. .A.' half has been disposed cf.; i w> (bat: Mr. DIM. Hnllt"' -'_ tUvree stjain th<' Jacksonville, the city debt the promts! com promise toM 'loses Arrives( Mondays and Fridays at 2:31)r.at..
Thursday ut 8:00 )I
'ft"' "project of fl *hl|' canal! around Flor. ton' right selection isonly excluded) from Pensaeolat[ Mnl>iU>' Katlnwd: ..f ?13,175.37: > submitted for a ratification by the citizens St. ilary't Ga. : A.
iota' nitvitrt: the bay of Apnlacheo with : the remainder, &lh.utMOIi. : acres, and the with, interest frmi March :20,170.( This lien in new bonds, to be issued at the rate Arrives: Mondays and .

llt? :f*'. M ary'., rives, I it token of in Forties'J'Ui'Ia ehool. Lan,);,>, will not \\,' are 'IlIf"nuI. cover the liability oC 40 per cent., payable in 30years t bearing Thurselays at S:00: A, M.M
Tuesdays and Friday at 2:30 P. M. ,
publMiol. (In !data::t. Williams, inAX& jf the Internal Improvement' Fund nn uci.il 3 t per: cent, interest,for the 'first five year. 4 **
Couxre, Wedn'jidaysaudSat'ilay ).00 )I.
the' SIl1UI! Lu'ilumru elected l Unite at : A.
; Wyy : $boulJ canal across the States Senator by tao New Vorn I.ialuri! .1. : ;.n; ".it.U of the Jacksonville,. IVnsaAlubilo l H-r cent, for the next I five yeas, :5) per cent. Verses Tuesdays, Wednesday*

|rc tlinxuls nf Florida be'ever carried intocfKAh on Fridiv of laot wk, to till the ua.exlarwl' 1 .t; ( lUilroudfso that, in",.teu d of (or the next ten years, and
'/ .. \buy {mandillall U Intended Gprk term of Cunkling.t. .. ,the fund deriving anything. 'from the sale.of he.following} ton year*. '.:-t, .r I.I kP; s.un Satunlays',' f 1ltuocL41'at :2.Ia: M.r.



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REUNION OF F1XLKVSThe IJIllG.tll1: during their attendance at the reunion ; also fn part" however, by the various railroadand 1.I. itcd: Tallahassee, and hn''I;'I Hoard of Trustees ; 11. n. iOT'CE11ER: ,

reunion of Finley's Brigade tool to the militia companies for courtesies, and, canal companies now and soon' to be in ; for the Internal Improvement Fund .

place In Jacksonville on Wednesday last, a to the hotel-keepers with whom they have: operation ,) they will have to supply themselves bad tQuellll1orller retiring from market tile
lodged, and to t the managers of the railroad with labor in part tit least' from this : TjlERNANDINA, FLORIDA,
largo number of the old members :tt,1IMP011TANT
being pros companies and steamboats for allowing foreign element. alternate sections of land l lying within six

ent. At 0 o'clock in the morning, the surviving ronnd-tri4, tickets at reduced rates' of fare. And If any of the county immigration societies miles of cither side of the proposed route, DK.U.F.R IN ,

members of the brigade: accompanied 1 Hettihnl, That the l'rl'ctioof a suitable desiring settlers of t this class, can have also! countermanded all stumpage permits
monument to the of our brave and communication this oflice with tho Flue Fnutlll' ii iroeorls '
memory through
by other ex-Confederate and Union soldier the timber
had to cut
: that been granted on
patriotic dead should be considered by each immigration agents in New York. Any
formed into line at the St. James Park, and 1 and every citizen of the State of Florida: as special llclIIllllf.'hl'thC'r for tenants upon !!n lands.. On motion, Colonel "'. B. Taylor AND

escorted by the Jacksonville Light Infantryand matter solemn duty, and thai this Brigade !- farms, farm laborers, or )homo !help, can was made the special agent of the company

First Florida Light Artillery, marched I! collectively and individually, will cooperate doubtless he met in this WII\''. And further to look after the lands, and to report PROVISIONS.Customers I,
with all measurers and efforts hay- the most! reduced fare for immigrants over
through the principal streets Metropolitan nag that object in view. the roads and by water which can be arranged and prosecute all cases! of trespass on the -

Hall!, where .1 large concourse of citizens Rc "ll'c", That n committee of three be appointed for will he provided. lands belonging to the company

had assembled. The hall had been handsomely by the chair with full power to The rapidly multiplying enterprises for Increasing ; Colonel Haines stated that ho felt can rely upon getting, CHOICE !
carry out the object of the above resolution.Itcsolird the facilities of transportation: urc now '
decorated: by the ladies: of Jackson That :committee! of one from nn earnest of a greatly enlarged current of that he was thoroughly identified in the enterprise GOODS as >".

ville. On the head of the stairway was a each regiment of this brigade be appointed immigration to Florida in the near future. that he was deeply Interested, and .'

frame composed of leaves, in the centre of f to collect material tor the presentation! of And every cour.ty that desires help to open \\'nuhllQl' his effort for the successful '
which was the following quotation : the historical record of the Brigade, to be and work its roads( and build its bridges, and every NOTHING BUT TIm FINEST< BRANDS r
known as! the Historical i Committee.The support its schools, and pay its taxes, and carrying out of the plans of the company.Holud 4)*
In fame's eternal camping ground, following preamble resolutions were make !Its just! (contribution to whatever will just come from New York, where he .t V: i

Their silent tents ar; spread, unanimously I adopted. turn the wheels of progress, onward and upward had spoken to friends: In regard to the building ____. are kept in stock j
to be arranging now to secure
And glory guards with solemn round WHKREAS: Amid the many noble acts of that ,help ought ere it be appropriated by others of the road and felt encouraged by the ANGEL .t::: FRIEND,

The bivouac of the dead.." feminine heroism and self-sacritlees: which more vigilant and industrious. promises he had, received.It .
characterized our noble women during the The cost to each county lint wishing! to TgAKKKS ANI CONFKCTIONKRS: ,
On the same wall, and. above the !stairway; may be two 0th1'l'c months bcforecon-
lamentable .struggle between! t the states of publish apamphlet for !tCl'! need be nothingmore j
hung the Stars and Bars. The western! wall this Union, North and :South, none were than the :stationery required in for tracts are let out, or dirt bo broken but, our CHOICE.Groceries f

was decorated with the National (flag. The more conspicuous: than those: rendered in the warding to this otlice! the information required. word for it, the., rums will "If built and that

stage was draped with Hags, and beautifully\ hospitals: and by thesideofoursick, wounded l- before tin opening of another )'enr. The i ), Cigars: anti Tobacco" f
and dying, where the gentle and tendermilinislratinns First county meeting : fleeting a president
decorated with rare flowers and evergreens. \ of woman's !sympathy and affection and secretary ; appointment! ot' the men that: :managing this/ enterprise are TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.

At the back of the stage in golden letters did so much to alleviate the sutler- several committee necessary: for collectingthe men that are not thwarted by trifles nor -

were the words, We honor the brave" On logs of our fallen ones and pour into their required data ; then a summary, lit'1 l'Il frightened from ll.xod purposes by the cry of Weddings, Entertainments, and Picnics,
the stage stood the president's desk, in front wounds the oil of a most! precious consolation of the facts gathered as time budy may wish wolf. They 1 have now determined to build furnished! at the shortest notice, at rock-bot ;
and comfort( and when the great !struggle to place lie fore I the public forwarded: to thisoflice tom prices, 1
of which hung a large picture of the old bat must end, in a victory to the King of and the county work is tlono. the road, and it will be mime Lit the wi-H- atANGEL'S: BAKERY.

tie flag of Finlcy's brigade. On the right of terrors," to point the dying soldier a heaven Then we will :set forth in uur mnvspondcnctMind wishers of the !schemo rcjnico, and let tho oopposed Centre Street,

the stage was suspended a large life-like picture of rest and peace ; therefore, i in our proposed: I pamphlet!, what change sides or keep( Ill -um' mouths 2.1: Opp. old P. O. Building.
llrgoltvtl. That the thanks and especial' the citizens themselves t think most attractivein .
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of General Robert I:. Lee, while on the veneration of all Confederate soldiers shut. Wo Know that some of our citizens -
surviving their respeetiu! i t snrs iMitLOit UISTAIUA\T:
left hung the picture of the gallant :Stone are eminei.tly due to all and each of Matters( inquired after by mir correspondents are apparently opposed! to letting Georgianscome I

wall Jackson.. Upon the. stage were seated the tioble women whoso faithfully ministered : down into Florida and take stock and I Between.Centre and Alachua 1 1FI'INANiINAt
to our Millcring ones! and that as m members Latitude longitudeof the several coun
General .[. J. Finlcy, General Joseph Fine- manage our Florida railroads for us, but, "

gan, United States Senator Wilkinson; Call, heartily of Finley's(extend.'" them.Jlettitird FloritllBrigm.lc. we do most: ties.The townships and ranges embraced in after long and patient watching and waitIng .; ,--.--.. .. 1"J.oumH. :\. {

Colonel 11. 11. 1[, Davidson and Captain further, That we most particularly each wo have come to the conclusion that .\1'1\6 recently moved: and fitted
Samuel Pasco. The meeting was called to desire to remember firs Isabella 1l, Harrison The .summer and winter ranges of the Ihermometer. had the Suwanee River it Live Oak waited my .DINING ItOOMS, I am prepared
matron and Mrs K. A. Harris! assistant .
order by Captain Samuel Pasco! who moved of the Florida of for Floridians to have joined th'tIh a railroad to furnish meals at all hours gotten up in 1
matron Brigltllt'I'm\ The water-courses and lakes of the county tho best and
style atXTREMELY '
that General J. J. Finley be called, upon to Tennessee, the first' of [Montiecllo and 'the they would
preside 'The motion was carried unanimously latter of Madison In this State ; and Mrs. M(, The facilities fur transportation by land or day Therefore, we !say hurrah for Florida $1" '' : LOW ImCI'S.-6 i,
M. Reid of Howard's GroveHospital
by a rising vote from all present. matron : water. and Georgia Hurrah: I f.ir :Savannah: Live ,
Perry's Brigade Army of Northern Number acres of United States lands,
I guarantee io suit the taster of the
General Finley then and escortedto Oak, HowlUilt'l'Il11ulr and the Gulf) Hurrah
arose, was Virginia, and extend: to them the profound prices and quality, In the county.Number fastidious ('pleure..trI11 is all I ask. .. ,
the chair amid deafening and prolonged thanks of our hearts: and our high esteem! of acres of State lands, prices and for the railroad \-l.trc O,k IllIll"t;". X SIM COOIE.u .

applause General Finegun, Captain Bird and regard and assure! 11111thllt as! long as quality the county. -- .. --- ______ .___
our hearts are warm, or our memories continue Number of acres in tillage and the products : .
Captain A. Doggett, Captain J. M. Martin to call up the past! they will hold a in the county

and Captain Allison were elected vice-presi high place in our affections! and gratitude Cost per aero of clearing and enclosing.Cost .:V.._.. NOTICE = :
dents: Rev. II. H, Weller then opened the Jinuth'ed, That thev bo elected honorary of material for building and price of .
meeting with prayer. members of our Brigade( Association and; labor per t1:1or per month. I, ;..
that their names be thus enrolled and that Number of acres in fruit trees and pro- '
United States Senator Wilkinson Call was the secretary be instructed to transmit a ducts. J. & F. KYDD
.; introduced and made an address: of welcometo copy of these resolutions: to each of these la- Number of churches, membership and de
die .
the visitors, and expressed the high appreciation The members of the brigade were then invited nominations.Number schools, their kind, number of Are receiving immense additions to their already., largo stock of
of the people of Jacksonville of ,
months .
taught.Facilities \
to an excursion to the bar and at 4
them and the honorable part which they for stock raising, mode and cost
o'clock the association: adjourned and SPRING SUMMER
proceeded of various kinds. AND GOODS
bad borne in the great events of the past. keeping
on the Water Lily to Mayyort. Mortuary statistics and prevailing diseas! ,
After the conclusion of Senator Call's re- es. .. .
marks, General Finley was introduced as the THE ItUUE.lU OF nl..uIGIlA7'IOlV. 1Icll's11(1 Youth's Clothing-,

orator of the day. He said they were not Below will hI' f.\1I1I1.Bn abstract of time cor. "-'
.' respondence! of the Bureau for tho quarter FROM LOW-PRICED TO FINE GO'OT/9, *
there together to revive the feelings of an- OPEN' i.Krrr.K TO THE 1'.OPLF FVOl; COMMISSIONEH \
ending June 30thLETTERS :
tagonism, nor to rekindle the lurid flames of KOBIXSOX. } F.CFI r-Dt.'W ANJWFRCtiFrom DIIIISS: < OOI>N--.\ full and complete stock, consi.stfiiK of SUMMER:( SILKS,
sectional discard- but they hail conic together
to strengthen the bonds of political Some complaint of partiality and inadequacy From the United States! ; : SWISSES: ;;, TARLETANH: VICTORIA and PERSIAN LAWNS' at low' priccx.HnrKiiliiN .
brotherhood, and with earnest hearts and was made against; : the t former Commissioner North of the Potomac.............. OliO! In Summer
pions hands to lay upon the altar of our of Immigration for his: manner: of setting South of the Potomac...... ........1,102: 2,001 SllIiHfroJlJt'lny Cents upwards.. ,t
forth the various sections of the :State

common country an ollcring of peace He "n his! pamphlet, "Florida .\:\ It Is. This) Total,............... .................... ...2,14 I. Gents' Fine Furnishing" Goods a Specialty
spoke for over an hour, and was frequently much: however, may be !said in his i defence : A. A. ROBINSON: "
Interrupted by loud applause. Much of the matter expected from him in Commissioner Iturcau of Intmigratinn.Ldltal Our Improved Dollar Shirt I..... the bent, unsurpassed In fit and quality,
his book was not at his: command. If it ex- Itleucheil and ISrouii
Brief addresses made lIon. It. II.M. Cottons at Wholesale Price*,*. Fruit of Loom nt
were. by fisted, he had loot the means of collecting it.
Davidson,General FitH'gan.antl. Pasco "'e desire to avoid this censure ; and, in our ; 1'KACH THEKS. 10 ('('II.HI 10.1 Sheetings, 35 eeiilH. (jf.!! ."r ..

The brigade, then proceeded to business. A circular now before the public, we ask! the Rev. J, P. DePass! Informs us that he has A case of splendid Nlniulard I'rlulN ut 0 cent ICr:7Iud.:

t citizens of the several counties to represent A number Of (peach trees on his place some JfWe are Agent for DIIVI.I.V: A (.'()., leading Clothiers of New York City.
\ committee of five of A.
consisting Doggctt, their own sections themselves!! in the manlier of which are of immense size him nile bear
Spring Samples: now ready00; / styles-mdity t of them from #15 to #25 Niilt.
Col. Bird Allison and indicated in that circular. per
Capt. Capt. Hagan, ers. One that forks a !foot and a half from -.,
Gen Finegan, was appointed to confer witha Some of the counties have already recognized the ground is three and a half feet ill circumference gmtnlll h'l'll. *(m4; <
the reasonableness of the suggestionand alu.vc, the pirvisit to our establishment} will convince t [
similar committee of Gen. Perry's brigade one foot ground. Another you l tt vhilo wo do not fell
their own interest in n hearty responseto !! one foot from the ground measures! two feet inferior Goods, wo aro tho C'lieaipeNt: Dry Goods Mouse from Maine foFlorida.
about the advisability of getting up a general it. These are now at work industriously and seven inches round, has no forks and its '
reunion of all the surviving Confederate collecting the data of every kind that will be limbs cover u space) of thirty fnur feet in diameter : ,
soldiers of Florida. must inviting to the immigrant, through }Both trees arc ludcnrd) with fruit. a. dSs T. 'YJJ: : :) ,

their county organizations.!! Wo write to express They) are now fourteen years ofn g<' and show) New York Office, f N.E.: Cor. Centre and Third
Col. J. M. Martin J. R. Posco, and ('apt.rl : our hearty sympathy' in this:! work of no signs uf decay. There is:: no doubt but M: Walker Street. } 17.tf | Sts.,
l ,J&, Fernandina. Fla.
'mpton, were appointed a committee to forming and then of operating these county that ours:: is a line peach' growing section and!
rganizations. In no other way can tho we hope' that more aUt'nlioll.willle given to "
draft suitable of the
resolutions expressive: facts Inquired J>e HO easily gathered and .tlolI that "
/ < now a Itahiroadthrough } )
views of the brigade, relative to theattemptcd prepared> for use by the public. South Florida I Is no longer a matter y.4. SAN13. RN.i

assassination of President Garficld. Some have suggested the plan of sending conjecture. There arc no peaches raisedin ,
the A. '
The brigade then adjourned until 3:15 an agent through several counties to col- South Florida arid none in Cuba or any -
p. lest the facts as to each locality, and of the Islands:: south of our ,peninsula. Supplying ) -r---- .' ,
hen through the press spread them before for that section will be .
m.On .._.. ....peaches_._ ____.__ moreITUIIUILMU
reassembling, the committee on resolutions he_ country. Hut no.such agent{ could satisfy than rowuii'.L; oranges uud will bless c I
reported the following, which was the several counties by his opinion of liable to disaster. Many, ,of our citizensare
their special advantages. 'rime would fail making efforts to procure' early and late .
adopted unanimously:: by a rising vote:
him to collect the needed information. varieties!l and ext'ct to (plant largely] of them, : .
WHEKKYS, The survivors of the Confederate Then there would be differences betweenthe ; the China( flat China honey and the Waldo( Z WE HAVE JUST REOEIVEL
brigades and regiments assembled at agent and the residents of the locality, needless! ore destined! to have the largest run Z
this reunion, 'comprising not only Florida as to what ought to ho told and what was and are the host varieties suitable to our sec ,
.soldiers:: but cx-Confl'llerutt's from; other not worth telling ; and further the facts, tion.-I-Aitt Florida Hanner. :. .
.6 \ Southern States, have heard with sincere collected would bo looked at through different rtpq
regret and deep horror of the attempt to asbassinate glasses! and from different standpoints
:: the President of the United :States:; ; of observation! lint the plan indicated in CEXSUS It IT UI1VS. 15.V tall Steamer and Sail I
Resolved, That, .as American citizens we that circular, proves, that the citizens of The t-eiibiis reports tile following as the o ,
deplore this terrible event and regard the the vicinage bring their own months and population of the towns named : o

blow aimed at the person of our Chief Magistrate task years of of detailing experience the and advantages observation of their to sec the Itronson, Levy county...............,.....,. 3S1 r

not merely as a personal injury deserves to I Cedar Key, Levy county......................1 I.IJW I pq
and him, but as the a puClIovron condemnation which of all tion.We furnish below a list of some of the l'ulutkll.1'1I1,1/\l1I eounty.r........, .....1,010Welaka A LARGE STOOK OF '
receives severe questions proposed to us for answer throughthe Putnam county...."............... 215 ? \
right thinking men with the otllces at Tallahassee and Jacksonville. Leesburg, Htimter:; county...;.:.............. 3*/) I ?
President Retolfed,and That his we sympathize in their domestic This is not a full list by any means but it Live Oak Huwanee (county................. IMPenaacola H HI
family them will afford specimens of the sorts of information Esramhla) county:...............0,8 W i it
affliction and suffering brought upon Warrington, l- ('U1l1bla county........ ....1 JII.l i
sought, and serve as a sort of .
by a cowardly act, caused by no fault of his, index finger: pointing may the county immigration Woolsey, KMcambia county... .... ......... 631 I
} and committed against him simply on Account societies the direction in which to make Jacksonville city, Duval county...........7iMInVllla. .
of the' high oflice he (Ills.Jietolred their researches. We also give tho numberof Duval county........-..............1.W8 J F-UBNIT-UBE L'
That we hear with pain and regret communications received from thcboveral Han ntr\vn. Duval county................ liOO 00
of the unfavorable symptoms) now attending states and territories and foreign lands. It East: Jacksonville, Duval county,.........l.fXVi:
his case, and trust that they will he easily that such a collection (Gainesville) Alachua( county.;.............2,72: .
3-7 disappear and that he will be restored to may of letters from presumed' so widely spread Micanopy, Alachua' rounty...... .....?... 432:
health and strength, and to the active dU- the face of the earth! requires some Industrious Archer, .\lach lIa county...................... l JIjwtey. -AND- .j;
charge of the duties of the high office to over painstaking to answer properly : Bradford county..................... 107Ktarke a
which he has been called by the American and indeed to give the information inquired ; Bradford county..................... 1S2 1h

people. after, in this: correspondence, as best we can* Lake City, Columbia county,...............1,37'J: GENERAL
hauled, That the president of this meet MERCHANDISE.
ing be authorized to forward a copy of these U the chief work of the Bureau of Immigration I
resolutions to Mrs. Garfield. It i i. worth far more In Kipling the 1l.ULIlO.t11 yores.The .
State than pamphlet we can jioMibly getUP
The association then the following I 'I' ;
adopted even with that aid from our fellow-dti- t
of I board of directors for the Live Oak &: _. .
resolutions : ells which we ask. If we 'had means =--- --
t. \. Resole, That the survivor of Finley's setting furth definitely the number, of removals i. Rowland's, Bluff Railroad .t at thl place I I .
Brigade be and the same: ure herebyorgan.- : to Florida that have resulted from on TJinr-wlay last A full board was present

I izeu into an association to be known u* theHurvh'or.K the correspondence with this department, and a harmonious. riietling was had. It was: ''t> t>
Brigade and the character of these Immigrant theC3ital
Association of Finley's
resolved that the pniMriit( be authorize( toreaurvey CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK
and culture and morals arid enterprise ,
Rewired, That this brigade fully concur >
In the buggetition ':uf IVrrv'sBrigade, thatall they brought with them, Ibefat-t wouldbe and ui rlulit the 'lf?t and most uc- ; c< ;>

reunions hereafter shall be composed of all demon-tratel that the bureau ha 'Un Ct'I'f'il.e! route t.i reu-li tJiSuwan river at f ,
ex-Confederate soldiers and sailors residingin worth t.t the Statea thousand fold amore than "
or near R-iwland'a Bluff./ 1'r0.1.1; ILintsstated .
Florida (In this a more effective it .s>st. .
as way "
of he right kind in the city fir that( a c<;r|* of ensinecr, uint.-r: the "
An agent
be for the accomplishment 6'
i organization can I .{ .
of the purjioaesof our association.lietolreJ New York wqnM no doubt turn ton I Florida lIupt.rhh..J\ nt nal"aira.Jllim L' .lU-y I ,., (lirJ. "')J.' ... 0.

That we tender a vote of thank liberal share of foreign! Immigrants! ; but nolds, for that r rrJO.oW. tt "
fur the of $
to the authorities and citizens of Jack the appropriation purasta{
city immediately( uftrr' the !lNLutUIt..C.t. (Vlotul \V.
for Much an .
ill tea limited to provide
and hospitality A.
sonville. fir their
extended to the member of* Finley'* Brigade, Agency This tlwrt-<"Onuug will.be nude up W. R. Taylor reported that |lie ,iwl' vi i.- SANBORN...



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", sale- for GENERAL; : niitixrroitv. BAKER OUNTY.Oottllly.TIIJqeIt. I Assessor of Taxes-Thomas Barco, Cotton '
'. LEON COVNTl', The planters are finding a ready I I I I Plant ,
D. Davis Sanderson.
their thoroughbred milch cattle, the people ,
Revenue-Frederick N. .
-- United Slates OfllccrN. Collector of Foy,
Clerk-I< I'ons, Sanderson.
di'flereht of the State finding
r in the parts Ocala.
IITOCK.I LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.' Sheriff-U. C. Hcrndoii, Sanderson.
Schools II. C.
and bulls for Superintendent of ,
th'ey can get first-class cows
ASRCSSof TOJCCS-George P. Canova, San.
RrJMler-l,. A. Barnes! Gainesville !
I RAISER, ETC., ETC.f much less ]price than by sending to the Receiver-John F. Rollins. Gainesville.SurveyorGeneral derson! Fort McCoy. MONROE COUNTY. ;
To tAe Uctaor of the Mirror: North, at less risk of delivery, being near the -Malachl l Martin, Tallahossec. !. Collector of llet'Cll1w-Uichard Kennedy, .
Darbyvillc. County .T/ldJe-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.
l MINEOLA, LEON COUNTY, FLA.J, July 20. seller, and at less expense of freight. This Superintendent of /iools-A.. J. W. Gobi. Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West.
t .' There nre thoso who will bo curious to'j stock is sought after by persons in Soutli DISTRICT corivr.Judge. Olustee. S/Ieriff-Oeorge A. Demerritt, Key West.

know what Mincola means. Long, long Florida, and the large cattle owners, who !-Thomas Kettle, Jacksonville.Mnnhnl BRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
'j \ -J. II. Dtirkce, Jacksonville
1 the and beauty of their 'wild herds send to County Judge/ -J. It Richard, Providence Key West.
tt Y years gone by, grandeur want to improve : Clerk-Philip( Walter, Jacksonville Collector of Rct'elllle-Walter C Maloney,
Clerk F. York Lake Butler.
-Henry ,
a this reached Ncomathla, a warrior this for bulls.
county county young INTERNAL RKVr.NUE. Sheriff Vf. W Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key West.Superintendent.
f chief of great renown, living far to tin The planters are also fanciers of fine Collector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Taxes-N. Wainwright, Lake of School*-J. V Harris,Key .
north In mountains. Some them have from ten to West: '
t ; the Apalachian horses, and many of COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.: Butler. "
of has\ braves brought him tidings which 50l' twelve blooded marcs that bring them line John "'. Howell, Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Bunbcrry HaynesSanta NASSAU COUNTY. .

much excited Neomathla that he determined colts, the sale of which, after they arc grown,,. Edward:. l Hopkins, Jacksonville.John 1'c.Superinenrlent.( of Schools-L. B. llhodes, County, Judge-II in ton J. Baker, Fernandinu

to sec for himself. Coming alone hi brings a good revenue to the coltnt '. F. House\ St. Augustine.J. !' Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards? Fernandina.

I penetrated the forests, looked upon the'lakes As before mentioned, the planters are diversifying M. Currie, Cedar Key. BREVARP COUNTY. Sheriff/ ( _Peter Cone Fernandina.

and streams, the prairies and plains, and was their crops. On exhibition at the County( Judge-James A. :McCrory, City Assessor of l'aJ'cs111. 11. Garland, Fer

t so deeply impressed with its beauty, splendid county fair from Captain Houstoun's was 02/ Slate OfllccrN.DEPARTMENT. ]' Clerk int. -A. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina.Collector of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer

: i soil and abundance of game, that he elc' bushels of corn to the acre, from his corn EXECUTIVE Assessor of Taxes-Wallace 11. Moses, Gcor nandina.
Bloxham Tallahassc.
Governor Win. D.
.. j r., termined to win the land, if he and his field, 75 bushels of oats, from his oat field, to LielLlel/fllll-UIJ1emor-Living'ton' !, gianna. Superintendent of Schools-W. A. Mahoney. ,

braves could conquer.' Neomathla came;and the! acre, and from Mr. J. B. Gamble four cl, Key West. '. t'ollerlorof R'vClwc-l[Platt, Lake Jes Cal Iahman. ORVNGECOUNTY.

t conquered after many severo battles, and bales of short cotton on five acres. Other Secretary of Stale-John L. Crawford, Tal sup, Orange: County.Superintendent .
of Bc1IOls-A. Grady, La County' .T/ldgr.-n./ L. Summcrlin, Orlando.
i I. governed this magnificent country with his planters in the county have done the same, lahassee.Comptroller. D. Barnes Tallahassee.! Grange. Clerk-S. P. Hughey, Orlando.

f' > tribe, who enjoyed the fruits of their valor, and although the planters met with !so many Trc't.mrer-Henry A. L'Englc; Tallahassee.\ CLAY COUNT" Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.

1 It vas a fine country, beautiful its sym reverses while following exclusively cotton, .1ttllmey-Gelleral-Gcorge 1'. nancy, Talla- County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort

; metry and graceful undulations ; in its they have seen the bottom round of adversity ha'see.Committioncr! Park. Reid Fla.Collector. .
Green Cove of RC'Cmle-Xat. Poyntz, Orlando.
of J.alrlHlIgh \ Corley. Clerk-0. A. Buddington,
I ? prominent hills and pretty vales, clothed and arc now on the flood-tide, that will Tallahassee.Superintendent!I Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Becks,

j .' ,; with verdure ; its grand and extenstve,for. ,bring their rich county back to the prosperity of 1'ulHc/ Instruction/ : K. Sheriff-James W. DcWitt, Green Cove Fort Reid.

I ests' traversing miles and, miles of extent ; arid wealth it heretofore enjoyed. Foster: Tallahassee.AdjutantGeneral Springs.! PUTNAM; COUNTY, .

H superb hunting grounds, filled l with deer, Captain Iloustoun utilizes all the fertile- -J.I3. Yonpe, Tallahassee Assessor of Taxes-Win. Conway, Kingslcy. Judge/ of l'robrrle-D. Harrison, Palatka.:
BUREAU OF IMMIOIUTION. Collector of Rel'enuc-'Vm. S. PlummerMaxville. tlerkF.. Forward, l'alatka..
f i! where his braves won 'renown asskilled,r ing matter made on his plantation, composting (Commissioner A. Robinson! Tallahas- : Sheriff--Thomas!Slially.Assessor .

t: archers. Beautiful sparkling' lakes spotted it with muck to absorb the ammonia and see1. Superintendent of Sc/wcls-\I.: F. Geiger, -S. E. Timmons.

f the land in every'direction, ; t teeming with gases, and at seeding time liberally uses it on Clerk-T\.. C. Long, Tallahassee Middlcburg.. Collector of Revenue-Joseph Price.

the choicest fish, angled and" caught.by fair his lands, keeping up a high condition of Seeal! AglItSalllll'l Jacksonville I)Fairbanks. S.1'lace\Valdo.Astor COLUMBIA! COUNTY. Strickland.Superintendent of Public Schools-J., W.

j women, while their gallant ;beaus brought tilth. Other planters in the county arc pursuing Building, ; County Judge-W. M. Ivcs, Jr., Lake City... TAYLOR COUNTY.

from the near wood the.fallow.dccr., the same policy, planting only bitch Chief JI.tiec")1.! SUPREME. Randall COURT., Jacksonville. Sheriff-J.Clerk-John Vinzant. Perry,,Lake Jr., Lake City. City. County Judge-\\'. II. Parker, Perry.

Ne'omathla was a.great king, and ruled quantity of land as they can thoroughly Associate Justice-J. Westcott, j jr., Tallahas Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers Lake City. Sheriff):-Thomas Ostcen, Perry.
over a noble people. Ennobled; by the beauty cultivate; not entirely discarding cotton, Collector of Taxes-3. L. Parish, Lake City.Sttperinten(1ent Clerk-John U. Calhoun, Perry.

:i : and grandeur surroundingihem( it was but giving it proper share in the distribution see.Associate JII"ticc-lt. B. Van Valkcnburgh, of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer, Perry.Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin,
Jacksonville. Lake
t : : in this beautiful spot he established' his of their crops. With their fine steers Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee City. DUVAL COUNTY. County Trea..mrer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.

i t ; town and court, and ho called {it Mincola. and the large quantity of grain and forage, CIRCUIT JUDGES.:: County JllIlJc-'Vi1liam.A. McLean, Jack County SUr/'cllor-D.ll't'ellue-N. Cox, Perry
: Meaning ''l lake l land, or.'l land of'the l lakes, these lands arc capable of growing, the First Circuit-Augustus E. Maxwell Pcn- sonville. Assessor Collector of of Taxes-S. II. Peacock, Perry.

three bow shots away to,the I west, on adjoining planters I have the best opportunity for feeding sacola. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman Jacksonville

hills, were his ",,Old,Ficldsr"'calledk beef cattle for Savannah,Charleston and Second Circuit-David S. Walker, .Tallahas- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksemville.Assessor ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.
of Taxes-A. J. Prcvatt, Jackson alll/lty.l/llle- R. Cooper, St. Augus
in the Indian tongue "Tallahassee l ," where Jacksonville markets. We have seen lands see.Third tine.
Madison. ,
Circuit-E. J. Vann,
his people grew their corn'and!other crops, that cost one hundred dollars per acre turned Fourth Oil'cuit-JunHs. Baker, Jackson- ville.Collector of Revenue' -Moses: J. Brown,, Clerk-Bartolo F. Olivcros, St. Augustine.

+ that they gathered and brought to their into cattle farms, where grain, grass and hay Jacksonville. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St.: Augustine
ville.Fifth Superintendent of Sc/iools-Albert J. Russell Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St. ,
Circuit James B. Dawkins Gaines
: granaries. ,, was fed, at a vastly great profit, in Virginia, Jacksonville. Augustine.

Neomathla, with stately tread, walked the Maryland and Pennsylvania, and in the ville.Sh-th Circuit -II. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Collector of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias:!,

t, halls of his palace (the hood-spread oaks), Northern States. If the. planter is timid Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanford County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper St. Augustine. .

and his,braves, with the beautiful women of about undertaking it, let him begin on a Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper.!' St.Superintendent Augustine. / of R.'lwoll1-C. F. Perpall, ...,....

his tribe, reveled in the feast and the,dance, small scale, and feed a few cattle, giving Court Calendar.FIRST Sheriff-James :1[. Duncan, Jasper. SUMTER: C.UNTY.County.rudgcHenry .

Ii amidst the refreshing breezes;perfumed with/ them, besides ground corn or car corn, CIRCUIT. Assessor Collector of of Taxes llct'CIUte-W... .J. 11. Hunter II. II., Ancrum.McLcod, Cassidy, Leesburg,

Iii fragrant incense, wafted so gently and sweet mashed cotton seed, with forage crops, keep Fall TCI'm- Columbia County.Superintendent Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.
from the forest ilowcrs.. He felt himself a I ing a strict account of outlay and expense, Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua II. Roberts Sheriff( J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
1 Walton, 4th Monday in October. Assessor Taxes O. P. Wall Webster.
proud monarch, and he o.ndhis, tribe were he will find that to sell his cattle by weightlie Holmes, 2d Wednesday after 4th Mondayin Ancrum. Collector of of Ret'enue-John- ,W. Dyches,

St )' happy. will be profited. I knew of a planter, :Mr. October. HERNANDO: COUNTY. Leesburg.

,' This was long 'years ago, and, with the William Ellis, living near Arrcdondo, Alachua Washington, Monday after 4th Monday1' County Judge-W. L. Frierson, Brooks- Superintendent of Schools-A. C. Clarke,

i of these ff passed Fla. who killed steer between in October. ville. Sumterville.
long days a
ry departure away county, ,
1 I Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th. Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law. Brooksville.
\ y! Neomathla<:< ( ,. his.braves.and ,their families;it' .. one and two years ,old, of common Florida I October. Sheriff-J. 1>. Micklcr, Brooksville. SUWANEE COUNTY.

I.t' \ : 4( j but not BO his: country; It is here, In,all its stock,,that hid, the; run of the barn yard, Escttinbia, 1st Monday in December.This Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks Oak.County Judge-M. M.__ Blackburn, -Live.-. I
tlveTichness'af'sottand "-faur huti red act aiubndcgl section 2of"l\ct: of Feb ville. .
f bcanty scenery that'wclghcd; when 'elressed,
: % ruary'ID, 1879;' and'"elocs1 "not change'the Collector of Revenue-F, )I. Townsend, C/t..k-Uobcrt A. Reid, Live Oak.
.. ; and where Ncomathla held his court, beneath pounds. This is a branch of husbandry that Spring Term. Brooksville. Sheriff John R. Sessions, Live Oak.

i.. the stately old oaks, surrounded by has been found to be profitable in other THIRD CIRCUIT. Superintendent of Schools-D. II. Thrasher, Assessor of Taxes"". II. Sessions, Wcl-

t i I the pretty lakes, is the plantation homo of states, and Leon county is as much like a Spring Term.- Fort Dade. born.Collector of Ret'cnue-Robert F. Allison,

I! Captain Patrick Houstoun, whose broad stock raising country as if it was )of-jtcd: in Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in HILL8BOROUGH COUXTY. Live Oak.

1"f acres of splendid land are spread out in every the valley of Virginia or LomloiVcounty. April..Madison. 2d in County Judge-II. L. Crane, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. 0. C. Jones,
Monday April. Clerk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak. )
direction teeming with the l fruits of a good Sheep husbandry is even more profitable
: Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Sheriff-D.: Isaac Craft, Tampa.
f, r planter In writing of' '..the.,. plantation of than raising cattle, and the many large plantations Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th Mondayin Assessor of Taxes-S.E.Sparkman,Tampa. VOLUSIA James COUNTY.II. Chandler Entcr-
County Judge-
\ ; Captain lIoustoun,,wi' present it as atypeof could be made much more profitably April.Columbia. Collector of Ret'Clwe-'V. F. Buns, Tampa. prise.ClerkJohn. ,
3d Moliday after 4th Monday
< other plantations\ in'Leon county. managed in raising sheep than in raising in April. Superintendent of Sewols'V.I'. Henderson W. Dickins, Enterprise.

After the close of the,late war the planters cotton. Lafayette, Cth Tuesday after 4th Mondayin Tampa. Sheriff-W, A. Cone, Enterprise.:
wero greatly stimulated by the high prices of Captain loustoun has, in successful and April. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter'
J. B. Christie, Monticcllo. prise.
TermTaylor County Judge-
Fall -
: ;,.: cotton. In 1800 everybody. made fine crops luxuriant cultivation, an acre of the finest 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday: in Sheriff{ -T. B. Simkins, Monticello. Collector of Revenue-John B. Jordan, De-
s t; that brought largo prices|The planters were growth of okra that I have seen, that has October. Clerk-W. C. Bird, Monticello. Land.

i1 induced to plant largely l ;relying on the freed paid him a handsome profit from his ship- Madison( Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools W R. Taylor, Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

labor, which proved,treacherous to their expectations ments to the Northern markets, and as it Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Enterprise.
ill Su wan nee, 1st Monday after 4th Mondayin County Treasurer-W, M. Girardeau, Mon WAKULLA COUNTY
making small andatgreatly continues to bear after the shipping season
crops ticello.
: October. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
which proved disastrous is he will have a largo quantity of okra after 4th : Collector of Palmer Mon .
,.1.. reduced prices, very over, Columbia, 3d Monday Monday llet'enuc-Joscph Sheriff W. II. Walker, Crawfordville.
,.,:: ; trYing again?; with the same result, seed for sale, giving those opportunity of October. ticello. WtTfr-Nat. It. Walker, Crawfordville.
Lafayette, Cth Tuesday after 4th :Monday Assessor of Taxes-J. P. Grantham, WauIceenah. Superintendent of Schools-W. T. Duval
f, !;;>: next year, and again, utterly ruining some getting their seed at homo who contemplate in October. -t( Crawfordville. ,

1 .$,;".., by following up cotton.. < '. Some planters had planting for market. .CHARLES MINNUS. FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE" COUNTY County Treasurer-'W.' W. Walker, Craw-
\ I 1ft; the sagacity: to alter their mode of farming, --- -- Spring Term Countii' Judge-" J. Dixon, New Troy fordville.
i 1t' diversifying their croplijand, raising more THE SUMTElt LYXCUIXa. St. John's Tuesday in March. Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. Collector of Revenue-W. II, Walker, Craw-

stock on their plantations. The county agricultural Upon full consideration we are constrain. Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville. '
l I' Xii// 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw-
I p fair;also, has done much to bring ed to say that the facts, as set forth by themselves Bradfordi:! Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville.[

f ; about a change,crcatlng'new: thoughts and fail, fail utterly, to justify the acts of Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. County Treasurer. M. N. Peacock, New *
; li' 'uew practices. ; the people Sumter:: in the killing of Dicki- Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Troy. ,
'I Fall Term- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New
AB'rotton had consumed all the capital of son. ,
1 St. John's 2d Tuesday in September. Troy -
f :k \the planters, BO did tbe'frce men consume First of ull, he had been guilty, even according Clay 4th Tuesday in September Assessor of T'I.l'C8S.Ackley New Troy. ,.

,1 ; their hogs, cattle and sheep, breaking up to the showing of his enemies, of, Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. AND nOAIWINO'STADLER

'f'\" droves of hogs and valuable herds of choice nothing worthy of death. There are but two Baker, 2.1 Tuesday in October. County Judffe-\V. C. Bvrd, Tallahassee. LIVERY, / f

f f E:: ; 'expensive cattle. Out of one hundred\ thoroughbred crimes which under our law justify even the Nassau Duval ;1st 3d Tuesday in in November October. Sheriff A. Moseley, Tallahassee. CAnnIAGr.s'XD WAGONS t "

I a'5 t? Alderneys. two hundred head oft courts of justice in taking human life. It is Tuesday Clerk-C. A.Bryan, Tallahassee. To and from Steamers and Trains.COX'fRA .
( Schools N.Felkel
Superintendent f -llenry ,
j; hogs, and four hundred head of sheep on not affirmed that the deceased had been Tcr/ll- Tallahassee.! ,FOR HAULING, ETC.

f t :ir; Colonel Edward Iloustoun's plantation, by guilty.of cither of these. The oUcnce fur Spring Sumter, :3d Monday in :March. Treasurer-J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee. t FOR SALE ;
he arrested and
which was properly arrested -
t e the year 1871 all the hogs, all the sheep, and and for which he should doubtless Marion, 4th Monday in March HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS, A
after 4th in WAGONS.
Putnam, 3d Tuesday Monday
f all the cattle but cow were killed and the facts
,one have been prosecuted, was as now TERMS
!> March. Assessor f Taxes-Or A, Croome, Tallahassee C.\SU."tj;Z
eaten by the negroes. That cow, guarded appear, an assault and battery-however ag Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in y : "Offlce and Stable-First Street, near
with_extra care, ,formed the nucleus, with, gravated.! Surely, if guilty the community March. LEVY COUNTY.Cbutdy.luhreW.ILSebring. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf {
which killed him without law would havebeen
'r ,judleiouscrossedtoCaptainliloustoun'sbeau- quite capable of punishing him according Alachua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in. Bronson; -__1ft._-- I
'Tp4 tiful herd of an hundred Alderneys and to law. March Clerk-J. M. Barco, lirnnsun.SheriffJ. Stoves and TinwareW. .
i i But it is said the deceased was a danger. Fall Term S. Parker, Bronson.
be said of the cat.
j Durhams. same
can in October.
l Sumter, 1st Monday Taxes Louis Bronson. P.
ea ous person, and without provocation had Assessor of Appell, 8TREETY,
t tle of other plantations. Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Revenue-- Ira Gore, Cedar
threatened and brought into peril the livesof Second Street
: opposite the Post-Office
in Xo.ember.Lev
Mr. C. C. Pearce has pretty herd of milk- a number of excellent people. We reply' Putnam. 3d Tuesday Key. ,
4th in November,
; t .ere of the Alderneys and Jerseys, showing the protection and safeguard which the law Alachua, 1st Tuesday Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall Superintendent, Bronson. of Schools J. B. Menden-
has ell countries accustomed to
t provided
raised that four
us a Florida cow gives gallons November,
Anglo-Saxon methods against apprehended MADISON COUNTY.
of rich milk, danger of this kind is not killing, but the arrest SEVENTH CIRCUIT.Spring County Judge-R. 11. Witherspoon, Madi a r 1; e: fa..
Mr, J. S. Winthrop takes great interest inv !: of the t person making the threat, with Ttrm- son.
improving his stock having a fine imported the requirement that he give adequate security Orange, 4th Monday in January.. Sheriff -S. M. Hankins, Madison. A
'bull with his herd thoroughbreds.Mr. to keep the peace, or, in default there. Volusia 3d Monday in February.Brevartl,1st Clerk-John )[. Beggs, MadisonSuirintendent
March.Dale .
of, go to jail, where he will be obliged to Monday of &hoola--F.: S. Tyner,
Geo Lewis has .some splendid cows, k< ,3d Monday in April.! Madison.
and Dr.Hawkins hasa ix-montbs'old calf of 't'tdt public sentiment is: greatly in fault, Full Term- County Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison
which justifies even an individual, whose Orange, 2d Monday August.. Ra'nUlI.. Mad-
such beauty and promising qualities that he .Volusia Monday in September.Brevard ( of Warring,
life bas been threatened, and is even in actual ) (ison. _
was offered one hundred and ten dollars for danger, in killing an adversary as a .4th Monday in September. Atsetsor of Taxes-B. D. Watlswortb,"Madson. -
I ,it, wbich he refused. Mr. Charles Pearce means of protection, unless, indeed where Dade, :'Jil Monday in November. ,J.o.J
and Judge Hilton have} each thoroughbred the danger is so instant and immediate that MANATEE: COUNTY. .
shorthorns that are superb, that of JudgeIIUton's the protection: of the law cannot be invoked County Olllrers.ALACHCA Cuunta JIJI.111e-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. mss r Y
The duty of every good citizen under the circumstances \ -
being the finest anti largest in the is to have the would-be offender OOCNTY.Cuimty (7
State Indeed, the Interest in tine cattle is arrested and required to give security as the Jiutje: -Junhi:* C. Gardner, Gainesville Sltt-riff-\ S. Watson Pine Level.AwtMtr .
Tau.l-S. J. Bradentown
of Tyler,
law irecnd t is equally the duty of STOVES, HEATERS, RINGERS.
seen allover theco: nty. Uert-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector of Ret'tltlle-Iarioi 0, Carlton,
officers of the law to require a bond not in a
The luilk and butter produced on these merely nominal Bum, with worthless sure. Sheri -John 1V.Turner, Gainesville i'opash.buprrintfndtitt. TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
plantations Is as rich and pretty as In any ties, but such a bond as will accomplish the Abettor of contemplate in exacting it.-/iwtomUt Hawthorne. .
the wonderfu milk purpose PUMPS
county, not excepting IJ.lledoroRertm -Q, ;Thomas,Gaines MRION:! COUNTY, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.kA .
producing county of Delaware In the state ville. V *?fHuiteriutfttdeiU : (Lunty Judj-amue% F. Marshal J large stock of Stoves on hand. Give me

of Pennsylvania. That the writer remembers JOB PRINTING: In every style, and at ,& of 8ch;x;>l*-V{. N, Sheats C'to*-Robert Bullock, O- la. ;;- .?,". .' a(call and compare,niyt.riowi with those ofothehgnrc
distinctly. lowest rates, at the MIBKOR cilice. Gainesville. SAniff-\w Crutchneld, i-tla,' ; ; here or eiswhere,



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iRISh POTATOES.An not make the yield any greater-they will-\ rout MALI 1SaO. i. 1881.

read before'the hut these strong fertilizers must become dry DESIRABLE HOUSE: CONTAINING ,
essay! Orange Lake before using or be applied to the land the A (live rooms with .Closets! front Piazza, .
Association I.
Agricultural by Captain C. W. "' .. "
Keep, on July 10th] year before planting your potato crop and large Yard, Orange, Lemon and BananaTrees ," ;' f : .. :,;,..,',: :.
J/r. PrctidcHt Saturday, used to produce some other crop that will Ccntrn1tlewatl'l1.. Good title, etc.For '! ."
turn: ana of the .b.*orit leave humus in the soil forthl'nourishml'lIt t further i particulars, inquire at this ' .

of the next year; if you have tlO office. 4-tf ,,,"'.' 'r'.' : ( THE. ;
In with the
compliance appointment b\' fertilizer "
this I
other than manure: .
--- .
our president! I will offer you !sonic! fl'lllarks :
would advise rapid cultivation Legal Advertisements.
early planting
on the Irish potato, ((1\ misnomer), I don'tsee of -
and -
and the early -
digging shipment\ "
why it should ever have been called the .'
them to market, or the "rot" will catch In Jmdl('. ('mlrt.STATl' .
Irish for it
potato, originated, grew wild the to market : OF l<
: them in the ground or on way 'LOHW.NA81.U
discovered and described
was by the SpanIards COUNTY.To .
Wood ashes are considered one of the best :
in the western part of South Americnin fertilizers for Irish potatoes, as also lime, C. .I.. Williamson and Wfe:- You are
the year 157(3, or about that time, and wacarried plaster and/ forest leaves. In order to make hereby notified that writ of attachment

to Europe by them and propagated, )profitable crops! with our unreliable labor, been issued against: you, and your property
1' but slowly, for many years ; and in 15N,>was we tmist make the soil do all it is capable of attached, to satisfy: the demand of Charles FLORIDA MIRROR
carried Sir Walter
by Raleigh to England doing thorough drainage, fertilizing and amounting to $ 'O. Now, unless you ," .
and then introduced ;
into Ireland ,
and shad
; good cultivation. It is now no uncommon appear' before .J, A. Ellcrmnnn: a Justice "
as I said, they were introduced slowly (for :along yield for the farmer in the West, Middle or of the Peace in and for said COllntat' ..
time, but now they form about tin Eastern: States, to dig 400 bushels of potatoesper his oillco at Fernandina: Da., on the 27thdav :..,, : ::1':' I' '
/( \
third nrticle of bread food; for our countryas acre-Orange. Lake Floridinn, of August, .. 1) 1831, nt 10 o'clock n.m., "',,,' ,, :."' .. '.,,.',.:' ,"-'".. ..', ". "'rI'I\:: .
well as some portions of Europe. "
_. .. judgment will be rendered against you. : : '
There ark two natural distinctions in Irisl h ---- u- -- H -. CHARLIE: ANilEL: % ., -\.
potatoes, hosed on thacolor of the inside of item llMtate.FOK Plaintiff. .o' ..l'tlI I
---- !<
the tubers-those which are red, blue am Fernandina, Fin.. June 25, 1881. '-F r1r
purple, and those which are yellow or white, SALi -- ---
------ ---
as the prevailing color, or rather tints; nm \ COUXTUl'J.Ce containing up- In Justice ('onrt.STATI .
there are many sub-varieties under then i _f 1wards of 80 acres, lU! llIf them cleared, : OF FLORIDA, == ,
colors, and new varieties lire being introduced situated about six miles from Fernnndinn, COUNTY OF) NASSAU -,'

yearly by crossing the natural divisions and accessible by cither land or water; railroad To C..l. Williamson and Wfc( :-You are \

with each other, as many of us have inns within one stile Also one mare, hereby notified that n writ of attachment .

noticed the purple streak in theNcshannacl two boats costing $"00, :::0001111g: orange has been issued against you, and your property II
as if it were painted on the flesh of the inside trees, grape vines, peach mini quince trees, attached, to !satisfy the demand of James' :
6f the potato on being cut open in r\ farming implements, and over 1H bend of E.: 'Meddaugh and Nile" amounting to$83,88.Now : }! .

raw state, disappears after being cooked fancy chickens.For unless you shall appear) before J. A.Ellermann.u ,
The different varieties are nxula by procuring terms of sale, apply to : Justice of he Peace in and for
the seed balls and planting the seed ir 30 A. B. NOYES. said County, at his olllcu at Peruandiiia, Fla.,

these balls, which arc formed on the top of! ---- --- on the 27th day of Angust,1551 l at 10 o'clock
the stalk at maturity the tubers. rendered
Till FLORIDA a.m., judgment will bo against> you.
planting these seed little tubers are formed 1 J, 1 MEDDAUOH: ( ,\ W WIFE:,
. in the ground, and then selecting from thex IMPROVEMENT: : COMPANY Plaintiff. N ,, .
little tubers such as you prefer, either fur 'fOWX Fernandina., June 2o, 1551. ti -
; shape, size, or color of meat or smoothness,, '. 111
and carefully planting, and selecting fort m, In JnMtI('( '* {'ours.SL1'I'l ga o
years with an eye to the first point set out to : OF FLORIDA,
bo obtained, you will get your Ih point COUNTY OK NASSAU:
very much increased, and if it i is a good one lYriiiimlliui, To Gfori/o Whitina ;-: You tire hereby notified

you can introduce your new ,variety, and Towns U. K. Line that a writ of attachment has been i issued: 16H
on ,
having introduced to the public, just ns against \011. and your property attached, to

seed-men do their new varieties ; 1ca'Ie of And Cedar Key. satisfy the ,tl'I1I1\1\llof" Thompson, surviving 0
which I will point you to, In the introduc- )partner of Dickinson t Co., amounting _
tion of a new variety of potatoes, let me impress to $ '1i.2i.! Now, unless you shall appear iII
upon you the importance of starting before J. .\. Ellernuinn n Justice of the !
even these seeds of the seed-ball, and then Peace in and for said County, at his otHco nt

remove tho tubers to a more suitable soil, I I Fernandina, Fla., on the.:HOtli. day of August,
for its quality depends on this start in the A. D. 1881, at 10 o'clock a. iii., judgmentwill
very first planting, for the plant transmits I Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large be rendered against you. .
qualities either good or bad to its progeny ; number of the most eligible and desirable] W. ]t. THOMPSON,

and these qualities depend on the!soil, whichis I Lots, suitable for .Bu-inoss Purposes, or.f\r Surviving: partner of Dickinson & Co.. -
the mother, and produces the new potato. City or Suburban Residences, Plaintiff.

f By the selection of good soil and seedtubersfor Fernandina, June 18, 18S1. td
I several years, von can decrease or increase -
any especial quality that the parent UPON EASY TERMS. NOTICE OFK INcoifi. ..-t\'j"i :

may have, amid thus improve jour variety. -

The best hind on which to plant either Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to NOW ALL MEN BY THESE: PRESENTS -

. these ball seeds or the perfect potato is a dry, parties engaged in manufacturing or indus That we, C. W. Yuleee, J. H.

sandy loam, with n great quantity of de- trial enterprises, who will erect on the prop- MiGinnis: William Rawsou, W. B. C. }Dur-
==:3SOOI5LA.JNTJD: : ==
in it nnd sufilcient '
matter ,
cayed vegetable erty pure\lasCII substantial Improvements vec,Thomas Kyild, Calvin B. Dibble, Henry
lime or plaster. for residence, or-in which to conduct their E. Dotterer, and O. Stark, all of the State of f '
; Some of the best potato lands in the Uni business.INDUCEMENTS. Florida,.under and in accordance with the
ted States are found In Ohio in Lake coun provisions of an act of the State of Florida, "' '
ty. These lands are generally{ yellow sand, TO MANUFACTURERS entitled "An act to Provide for the Creationof l

d and this potato district is confined to by exemption for a term of years from Corporations and to Prescribe their General ,),">' ,

ridges that run parallel with the marginof taxation, offered by the several cities and Powers and Liabilities," approved Au- ,''jtf.l.\.rJ.,, '

Lake Erie Their great adaptability for towns. Apply at gust 8th, 1808; and an act of the! Legislatureof \,..... !:".., ,
}producing potatoes is traceable to their be- paid State, entitled ", &11 nit to Repeal nn ,
ply, ing charged wjth deposits of decomposed jCO-Ofllce cor. Beach I t 7th sts., Fernandina. net entitled an net to Provide for the Creation .
shells and debris from the receded lake l or 1G-tf of Corporations and to Prescribe their

N sea These shells contain great quantitiesof ---- General Powers! and Liabilities! and to Recreate JOB PRINTING HOUSE
lime and decayed salt weeds, for geological and Amend tho Sections: Repealed by ,
research shows that the sea once covered !
said act March 11th, 187S, do
't and then receded from these hills, leaving hereby \.' approved together us a corporate .
's behind these deposits. We have thousands body under the name and style of .
) of just such lands in our own State, and still R ORDER Rp M US' jR THE BEACH: HOTEL: AND HUAO 'COM ,

P nearer, in our own county. PANY. The principal place, of business of .
led believe that
/My observation has me to said Company' hall be' in the City of Fer
ra w' the best land] we have for the Irish potato is nandina, in the State of Florida. .

c' the new firuumii, as we call them, cleared II That the business of said Company
from our heavy hammocks. In these ham shall be to build mid hotel andnecessary *
Pa. a
t DAVID LAXTDKETH & SONS Philadelphia. manage
mocks (and also in the pine lands) we find accommodation on Amelia Beach, Beech 'Street, .Opposite Egmont Hotel ,;
great deposits of shells, disintegrated, and -- -- -- ,.
and to obtain the right maintaining am ... ',
; run into solid masses-almost stone-and I ,
) Tin FLORIDA collecting toll on road connecting: the beach ,
am satisfied; from analysis, that a largo with tho City of Fernandina. ;
quantity of these deposits are good fertilizers ,I '. .
III. That the (' of tho Company -
when mixed with vegetable matter for LAND AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'Y shall be ten tiumsnnd\ dollars, divided

Irish potatoes, orange trees, or any crop that Into. shares of one hundred dollars! each! "" ,
we may wish to grow.' We have in these deposits OFFERS with privilege of stoi. .kholders to subscribein .;, It-." ...... '
on. that few of have ,
treasure us yet fJOO.OOO.r... (i) one-eighth, (J) one-fourth nndi( ) one- .
earned appreciate;but sciepceand a little *
1m"ha'lostcl'\( per centum of all subscriptions
crusher, will( soon open our eyes to their Of the most : of stock to be paid \vhensuch subscriptions FERNANDINA 'EE0RIDA.
value. analysis these, Florida -
By depositsare mire made, amid the! lernainder u.s may .
found to contain,or are composed chieflyof ACCESSIBLE AND DESIRABLELANDS be ordered by the Board of Directors of saidI'ornpany.
marl of which
carbonate lime. .
we read so much as ,being a good vegetable IX THE IV. That the corporation hereby created
fertilizer is principally made up of carbonate shall date its corporate: existencu from the

of lime; sand and clay.' In New Jersey STATE OF FLORIDA,
the term marl is applied to the deposits of ion, as required btho. acts as, aforesaid, .
green sand found there, and is considered 1 At only $1.23 per acre to new settlers, with md shall continuo for tho term of ninety -- -- ,- ,
and sold extensively as a fertilizer. Marl Is line veaf's.V.'l'hat .
ho selection in of 40
described by Webster as an earth or clay, privilegeot tho business: of the Company/haJl j j :
containing more or less carbonate of lime acres or more. These lands are located on bo conducted by a Board. of live (5)) lirect-

and effervescence, when brought in contact md adjacent to the line of the ors, to be elected by the stockholders on the M ,
with acids. Even good strong vinegar will J1 Irst Monday of March in each and every

cause effervescence in many of the deposits year, excepting that the first, election shalle .

found in this county. ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA > held at such time us the undersigned! cor- Having.added NEW TYPK AND WIJW IMII: MEHTto K&fflce., and bayingSKILLED'

fl These hammocks of ours, when cleared TRANSIT CO.'S R. K., orators, or a majority of them, "shall deter- < ,'to
and the wood burned off them having naturally nine upon, Said Board of Dirottors shall :
: WORKMEN who know how to 'the
use are now
k : in the soil large quantities of this lect a President and I Secretary, and such "
) marl, are'just the places to grow large quantities extending from FERNANDINA on the Atlantic timer subordinate olllters as tho 'business of ", '
. Irish 'These prepared to do any and'every kind of printing, .
n of rich, really potatoes. he Company may require .. ; .
decayed.leaves and burned logs, are far pre to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast, VI. That the (highest amount of hll] M- c'. .." ,
and aruiuoni- hut affording to the producer cheap, constant -
ferable to strong nitrogenous ness or liability to which Raid ('orporlltloncan /
ated stable manures, guano or anyof the and rapid transportation to the best at any time subject Ui'oelhhall l be twenty

commercial fertilizers. Potatoes fertilized uarkets. tivo hundred ($2.500)) dollars. 0(,'
with these strong manures grow very,finely VII. That the said Company shall bo t ,I
1 but are not well flavored nor do they keepas The belt! of country traversed by the Tranit \.e>ted with all rights and privileges which .. t,.".,

well as those grown on lands enriched( It. R, embracesEVERY the--- a(ts heretofore referred to win rnnvi- v.VIII. : '. .
only with leaf mould and ashes or lime. In witness whereof: we. the parties; Aff.
t The dry, sandy loam gives, to the patnto a aforesaid have hereunto, set'our hands and '

richness in flavor and an aroma peculiar to VARIETY OF SOILto seals, the 18th/' day of slay, A. I). 1M1. FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A rVISITIHGCARD

itself. and they cook, carry and eat much (?. \\'Jt'Kf..fo'E,111.11'; :, .- ; ,
I better than potatoes grown on argillaceousor J. H. McWNNIS, .. :', .,
be found in the Slate large proportion .,
than the a f'
clay soil, 'decay much sooner W S. JtA WHOS, .
others. being peculiarly adapted to the culture of W. H. C. DUIIYEE .

It is almost impossible to Fet too muchhumus SLMI-TBOPIC.IL FBCITS and Early Vegetables, T. KYDD. :: ;., < .i, : .. '. '
soil. Humus! usually added C. B. DIBBLE.II. -: ': :!: < "
is =
in the Bodies Timber : 'c' ;
and The Large Compact of J ;
to arable land by scattering muck over of CAllEFUL JE.V.A3IIXATIOJT K.: DOTTERER, .J, :.>,:',.,':"'\ Jr:... ... '"'-. ......."..,:, .....)...". -' .""'7", .,,- ... ..,. .- ,.. ,. -'
eurfaee.and it in or, still make these land worthy :J (1. HTARK.PATJJXTN < .:' 1 :' ._ .
better, by turning under green crepe of j 11(a- by manufacturers of LVMBEB -- -- : p
obtained for inventions
vines or' clover, but as we the have -no vine clover and AND NAVAL STORES. or for improvemeuU new in old .Neatly and ,aai Cheap u* our Office fu .. irld". ,t-::
ip here we must' depend on ipea Trade-Murk ". .
excellent staff it is to lean on. I have ones. Caveat InfrinxemenU; -' d
an ; and all bUMine promptly attended ,
SETTLERSPurchasing patent
and NEW
; been leaning on it for over thirty years BEEN .
break with to. INVENTIONS: .
had it deceive me or
never REJECTED: tlll, in mot, cast, be
fertilizer for furnished may
'It makes good land from this are
company .
weight yet. by us. Ik-ing c'PIIIJflite the U. H. Patent .'
any crop I ever tried. with entire free jiauage on the Transit Ofllw and engaged in PATENT BUHLNE.SH .. it"
used should be taken : '. > .... .".
Muck, to be properly for and effect :;; EXCLUSIVELY, we'ran secure intents :
personal ..
collects Railroad family __ .. "' .
out of the lower places where it r .J .; ).
In lews time than thoHe who are remote ,
j exposed In small heaps until dry. treated to to the station nearest the land pmxhanvd. from Washington.When ( ." 1'it' ;..-

.J Jime to eliminate the acids that it contains, TITLE COMPLETE, being derived by Inventors scud model or fckctth { \

I and then, after being exposed a few months, grant from the United State antll purchase we make:search in the' Patent Otlict and '\; ;,.. -

r scatter jt evenly or'cultivator.over the soil We and most work learn It in from the State of Florida.CORIIESIONDENCE. advise as to \tatfntM\\tv\ \\ free of cltarye. ', ". I fJ' ..,." 1.,...

with a plow science urrCtll'orIlJ' "lI1tilt'Itlaf: ; fitreaxm- I .
to use the advantages that nature and t'OJ.lL'ITIW.I able; and NO CHARGE UNI.KKS PAT.. "
have given iw, and, also, the improvedimplement ; }:' 'f M OBTAINED.We ; "on't tend l your order's for.PMNTJNCJ BINDING and Ill'UMi ta offices out- f fside
that practical working farmers refer by jw rmiii'.i to the City P<*t- < ii'n f' j #

have given to the world. Among them are !{'.ripfiveMtrsanduactiL.tuaniaile.lonapplitation. iiuutrr, BUll to the l"ul'crflltfult'ut uf the the State. Order'for either. will.I receive ;prompt' ; 'aitentl;: 'troiaa us..Address ,
slant- ,
the potato plow, the gang plow, the PuBt-Oittm Money Order UiYi'I.u in \ftuhingUm. -. .(. '
fog tooth harrow, the hONe hoe.an J corn, eIIw.: LEIVIS, Fur*jxx-ial retVrvncfu, circulir'eri <'t. : 1)1"'IiiUjlolc:''
seed of nil kinds Commissioner.Ottlce ..=' : .
cotton :and planters Lund vice, tens, t'w.. wklre s ; -. ". "" .":';;>, ...'0
which I will afterwards speak. ''''' Beach and Seventh hit.Itttf V. A, SNOW A CO.. 1f'
Now, I do noj .wish to be uaderatood assaying cor. '.-tf Opp.PuU-ut Offlc'', Washington, D.C. uct9'I'..".. iu, 1'wL
that theca strong stable 1n i ra will


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II I ., OVH LITTLE U. l'S." milk Is not 'strong; .' I South wick. ,
EI THE FLORIDA MIRROR, enough. SMH, .there Died Reinhardt, Winch, Mrs.[ R. W.
arc some ,children ,whose strong constitutions J. T. Rogers, 'J. t. Roger", Jr., John Ken +
July 22d, at 0 o'clock p. m. little JESHIK:, ;
,, enable them to live through this treat r daughter of Edwin S. and Diary( f;. hour, nard and wife, Mrs. Ho>'t t, Fred W. Hoyt.
J.OO A YEAR} $1,00 FOR SIX MONTHS. .n'I:"' ;!i Of TMK MORTALITY AMONG THEM- Steerage ; Chas. Farrington, R. B. Adams,
meat In aged and two months.
TO MOTH KIM. apparently good health ; and these one year From Jacksonville to New York-Mrs. L. H.
m BIWOESTION8 exceptions to the general rule are pointed For of inch i8.the kingdom of Heaven." Frampton, Howell\ Titus, Etta Thomas. 1;.

Local Reflections To the Editor of fle Mirror: out to prove tho wisdom<< of this course, while I I Bates. Steerage : Dick :Smith, O. N. Han-

t The undoubted cause of the death of young nothing is said of the hundreds Range of Thermometer croft and wife E. Urwick. W.: H. West.

t The mayor and council, we ore glad fo children at this season of the year lies! we fearful sacrifice who die a FOR Tim WEEK ESDI': NO FRID\Y, JULY 29.mlon9FY's I. Cargo steamship City of Dallas from Pernandina -
on the altar of ignorance to New 7: ork, July 28 : 701 barrel
observe, nre Improving. the condition of the believe in the Ignorance of mothers of the unfa STORE.
Yet, the responsibility for this l ignorance .. rosin 115 barrels "'1'irlt184 cases (cedar 213
streets. hygiene of childhood. Let us take a leaf should not be laid to loving mothers, but -- --- 1j1. m. 12111. ,;J p.lII.iWilld logs 22 packages merchandise 20 bales and

Hon. D. L. Yulco and family left on the out of the record of experience of any physician should be placed where it barrels hides, !9 bales vanilla, 42 bales mos,

City of. llrldgeton for the North, or'Friday of -not an isolated case but alas I lone belongs-upon Saturday ........... --1-1-! 9 crates vegetables, 1 piano.
i the shoulders! of those who have charge of HUllrlny ............. 81 88 fill INI. ... -
last week. that is too common : the education of ( ............ a i XI'
our girl* There Is not one ollay. t i I 8J! i 88 For Kent. ,t,.
Geo. Fairbanks, Esq., editor of the J/V- "Come Doctor, right away-just as quickas \\nm.in'in fifty, even among the educated Tuesday............. 85 I !Dl) X7 NE.Wednesday. A desirable residence: on Seventh street. ,
left for the mountains of Tennessee on you ('1\111 I The baby Is very sick." who has ........ SJ: I 88 I 87 SW. near Centre. Apply, to
t ror, The doctor rushes off at full speed!, think. any knowledge of anatomy and 'fhursllay..........., 82 I X7 87 XKFridoy. JOHN HEDGES: ,
Thursday morning, where he proposes to I physiology. This/ is all wrong. Our girls ............. 82 186 I I R.t IXI' 33-tf Railroad Office.
ing the baby has swallowed n something, or -- '-'.- :- .
spend the balance'of the summer should bo taught\ enough anatomy to know -l- ------
fallen somewhere or at rate has been Wanted.A .
Commissioner has any the location of the various of their
The of Immigration organs MA111XE.I'ort '
man, as partner with $1,000.
taken suddenly fib By the time he readies young
called a meeting of delegates and persons interested body and physiology enough to understandtheir steamboat engineer preferred A good open

,\ '. In the diffusion of f information rela the house he feels that the temperature must functions.In of rernandlna.IIIOH ing for the right man.: Address
be In the nineties at least. He Is ushered Cms. B. TAYLOR.
tivo to Florida to consider that subject, and up order to give a child the best chance to WVTER.

i also the representation of the interests of Into a dark, gloomy room and meets the li\cand acquire} a sound], healthy constitution Saturday, July 30.....10:28: A. M.10:42: I'. M. _.u__ .__ Fernandina_ : Fla.

Florida in the \tl Exhibition.. mother, dressed In as few garments as arc it should if possible be nursed by the Sunday, .. :n..ll:0G.: 11:23: Xotlcc to Tax-Payers.

consistent with propriety, fan in hand and mother until it is at least six months old Monday, Aug. 1..11:50": ....... Ie 1 am now ready to receive\ tax returns for
We are glad to seo a strong and united looking delightfully cool. She: says: : Tuesday 2...... 0:10": 0,10": the present year. Blank returns will be fur r
voicojof the press of Florida in the denun little not well and and longer unless there is some urgent reason Wednesday\ :3...... 1:05": 1:38": nished lilY office over O. Stark's store, cor
darling is
elation of the recent lynching in Sumtcr "Doctor my why'lt should be weaned.sooner; and if i Thursday! 4...... 2:01": 2:41": ner of Centre and Second<< streets. )'
I thought I had helter send for you in time. W H. OARHND. 1
there should be Friday 3:00" 3:48" r. t
down of law in any good reason why this 5. : :
and the
putting lynch gen. bowels have been FE fJrareh: 10 1881 tf
; It has had a cold, or its be IINAN -
eral.: cannot done then feed it that which -
l and the arm approaches ---
Public opinion strong
bad, or something else, for a week; but I AniUVED.
\ nearest! in composition to mothers' For Sale.A .
the law must act together in suppressing July 21-S.: P. City of Bridgeton Fitzgerald
and I that mother ,
thought it was teething, or milk-cither cows' or goats' milk and water. l. Savannah. Family Carriage, in perfect running or
.1 lawlessness., I could doctor have been giving it simple : der. Seals four has been but little used.
; we "
Mix one-third of water at first mind decrease 20-Sch Win. R. Drury, M. J. Bond
11 'he condition or' the President became remedies. What have I given it? Oh, the quantity of water as the child grows New Haven. Apply to W. B. C. DURYEE.Private .

alarming one day lost'week awing to an accumulation nothing much-some paregoric, castor oil. older. Add also small 27-Sch. Wm. II. Jones S. L. Faulkcn- School. j
a quantity of
of pus in the wound. An incision assafcctida, corn starch granum, soothing sugar, berg, New York.S. :Mrs. R. E. Alexander will open a permanent '
or better still, of milk and occasionally "
sugar P. City of Hridgcton, Fit7ger-
made at below the orifice school in the church on
was a point snuff and private Baptist
put on a plaster; ,
syrup, aId \
the yolk of an be added but Savannah.S.
egg may ; the 10th of May, and( solicits a I
of the wound and the generous
4 4f accumulating pus Doctor, I have been to careful to keep it do not give it any ttarchy food, as the juices I'. City Point, Creaser, Charleston. share of public patronage. Terms liberal. 1
I discharged to his great relief. lie is evidently wrapped up warm, and I don't see how it for the of Apply at the school room between the hours
digestion food "
1 still regarded as being In dangerous could catch cold." necessary -S.S. City Dallas!' Risk! New York. ,of 8 1\. III. and 1 p. m. "
do not exist In the infant until it is about 29-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzger
but hopeful condition. After the Doctor ascertains! by Inquiry, six months old, and you had just as well add Savannah.. FJms.NDDfllY-. -8-,-1881-3m.-

The subject of a constitutional convention that there is some of the baby left he asks give it sawdust 80'far as its nutritive properties DEPARTED. : :YN'

is coming to tho front., It is excellent to sec it. It is brought forth, and after the concerned.It "TI'SI.I
are 23-Brig John Welsh ArmstrongDcm- FKMALK: INSTITUTE,
time to discuss the question. We are gladto woolen shawl and a few more wraps are is unnecessary for me to go into the details arara. STAUNTON. VIRGINIA

I sec that public attention is being directedto ] taken off the little innocent is produced, of the physiology' of digestion ; for any "--Sch. Chas. F. flyer, Poland, New Opens September 20th. 18S1. One of tho

the practical reforms which should be ac looking as uncomfortable as possible. The further information that York. FIKST SCHOOLS FOR YOU G L\DIIW" is THE
on subject consult
E complished. Our correspondent designates Doctor's mind reverts to the tortures of the 25-S. P. City of Bridgeton Fitzgerald, UNITED STATES Surroundings/ beautiful.
some good.work on physiology or your family Sa'annah.Seh. ,. Climate unsurpassed.! Pupils' from seventeen
I several. We think his number for the legislature inquisition, and he wonders if that institution physician. If the child should get sick "- Mary Nowell. Furman Philadelphia. :State

78, too large ;'I 40 In the house and 20 it a thing of the past ; and yet the do not dose it with so-called simple", but TERMS AMONG( THE REST IN THE
I little "-Sch. G. W. May, Davis, Wilmington. UNION.' Hoard. Washing, EnglishCourse
in the senate would be enough. mother "can't see why it is that the ,
consult your family physician: as promptly Instrumental Music
Latin French German, ,
i We take pleasure in giving place to a val. darling is so easy to take cold. ns possible; which course: will be far better 27-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, (.t('., for Scholastic Year, from September: to H

liable communication on the subject of the "Do I nurse It? Oh, yes, I have plentyof both for tho child and your pocket. Savannah. Juno, !$:2.rS.:{ For Catalogues write to

errors in the management of young children milk ; but they tell mo my milk is not ]hGU: E. I 28-S.S. City of Dallas! Risk New York. REV.: WM. .. HARRIS I). D.,
I feed it-take it to the 29-S. P. City of Bridgeton.Fitzgerald, President,
and the consequent mortality in the hot strong enough, so
List Letters 33:l Stauntun:: Virginia. 1
table and it little of whatever I cat. of _.. ... .
give a "
season. ,Errors of diet come foremost, the -S. 1' City Point, Creaser, Charles -- --
indiscriminate eating of unwholesome fruits 'Too much clothing I' Oh, no ; it has only Remaining In the Post-Office at Fernandi. ton. Money Sa\e is Jloney Made U i

and vegetables impure drinking water, the got on a flannel band, flannel shirt flannel na, Nassau; county" Fla., July 28,18S1.! Persons IN ront. PURCHASE YOUR ENGINES FROM:
shirt calling for these h.tt'r.lIIust! say advertised Bark 1:. W )Marrian 571 tons. $1K( on a 10 Horse ; $200
linen cotton
a petticoat
want of cleanliness in the person and petticoat a ,
surroundings I 20 Horse and :'MO :50 HorsePower
:, : Bark Timora (Br.). Slocumb 127 ton<. on a $ on a
all help to produce those diseases a dress and a sacquc-that is all. Do I thinkI I Bark Sabine, Ellis' !843 tons. Engine.: Send for our prices before purchasing

of'the digestive organs which soon' become would 'enjoy that amount of clothing Albcrtie.Elbert Plia-bo, Benjamin Bella, EllaCulley Brig Eva N. Johnson, Doan, 218 tons.Scb. Engines Gins! Presses Saw nnd

,t.awl. ''+A;. No, indeed ; I can't bear flannel this hot Down,, Philip Dorsey Edwards,! C..G. a A. & E. Hooper, 322 tons. Grist Mills Threshers or any kind of Machinery.
....."i Sch. W. R. Drury.Sch. Wo are Manufacturers'(: Agents
Our highly respected correspondent r 1\Ie. weather. Yes! I know It must bo warm ; Green, Mary( preen" Liilii ((2)Largy. ) W.11. Jones.MEMOIUXDV.. and guarantee satisfaction in quality and
but then I am afraid it will take cold." Thomas Meredith. W. II. price. WALKER & LOUD
Cawbcr to whom indebtedfor ----'-- --
our were
renders Rodgers, Mary( Smith Judith
Thus the devoted mother, whose bound No. 135 :Meeting street West side, near
I valuable letters from Cedar Key and Thomson. Emma: Wrendlos, I. (.. ..
less love for her would her Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. O "r .
South Florida-writes; 'to that his Information offspring' prompt Shaw, Capt. William Passengers from Fernamlina for New York
say to sacrifice even life for its welfare, through SVM'J: T. RIDDCLI.. P. M. per steamship: City of Dullns, July 28 : Jacob April 9, 188l-3m.: i;." r
in reference to I the Suwance snake
derived ignorance of the plain laws of hygiene, goeson
s farnj was from one of the parties
from day to day torturing her helpless:
referred toga highly respectable citizen of NOTICE
infant until it is than it
finally more can
Levy county, and he'casual mention by
and God in His infinite takes the .
him of the number of cattle l owned by :Mr.eba bear, mercy

I / King was from common report. He little one home. COMMISSIONER I :; : OF LANDS: AND IMMIGRATION( IX I with the Assessor nnd Collector: of Revenue to examine said certificates
m Why is it that mothers cannot understandthat rIm (' of an Act of( tho Legislature, entitled "An Act to of Kale, on the FIRST'VEDN ESIAY IN SEPTEMBER,
had no Interest In the question except froma sold assessed to the A. D. 1881 and if said examination shall find that the '
enable persons whose lands were for taxes prior I ; upon they 1
tjie is flesh of her flesh and bone
descriptive point of vl ,,;as ,Illustrating baby year 1877 to redeem the same," having returned the Certificates of taxes a elsellgllinst any such lands shall have been paid for the
the importance of the cattle. trade of South of her bone and that that which I is comfort Sale of Lands sold for taxes assessed:, prior to the year 1877, which years ISH ISiS, 18iO and 1880 or shall then I be! : so.paid to the Collector : "
able for her is comfortable for tho of Revenue for said then the certificate of sale shall Le
Florida. (Disston's purchase I baby ? wero \purchased by tho State: years, ", I
:\ During the hot weather children should be It is ordered that notice be given through the Clerk of this Hoard, returned to the owner or otherwise disposed of ns the law direct ''I.,
Mr. hells, undcrwritcr'sragent, furnishesto and by advertising the same in the Floruit ..Mirror' for thirty days, The following\ are the numbers of the certificates and names of
the Union a statement of the bar sound kept as cool as possible: ; they should wear to the 1I\\'II'r or agent of said land, that this Hoard will meet, together owners to-wit :
but one or two garments, and those of linenor
ings of Fernandina, St. Johns: etc. The results
are given in ruthcr.' aTdcsultory man cotton, or other light material. Sales ol May, 1871.No. Sale of January, 1870-Continued.No. r U.
They should bo bathed frequently It is No.Certificate.. ':,; ''f'Cerlilkate.
ner,'but may be classified<1 as follows\ : not sufficient.that they bathe morning or No. To Whom Assessed. I Certificate. To Whom A'>5<:1'.eJ. Certificate. To Whom Assessed. To Whom Assessed. '

Low Water.. High Water. but O""'.GJD Clarko. I 159! .....n.p hail f 00 .....John W Riley 120.: ..A.Daniel! Woods
should be bathed
Fernandina........? 11.0 feet 18.1! feet. evening or both they !81.....Estate Joseph Wilson 100. 01......Josiah Sikc-s 127......Daniel P Wilkerson
St. Johns. ............. 7.0 ," 12.G" two or three times during the day when it !91......Jane Harvey Braddock I Kit ...... 03......Daniel> Sykes 129.! .....F D Whiting & Co .. '

I, St. Augustine/ ........ 10.0; 15.0'1 is/ warmest; the latter are more necessary, 9'2..I A Lewis I 1H:!...... at...,..George W Sykcs 134......Owner unknown ,
Mosquito Inlet......' ....., 7.8 and do more good than those given in the 93.: .....Stephen' 1 DruimnondOf. I 111.1.\( Hibbard j 1<' 05......William N Starlii; 135...... -" ?'

As the value of an entrance is/ made up of ......J J Edmundson 107......John McDermott m..A.U & J L Sweeney 130...... :
the two elements/ low'water depths and morning and evening when It Is/ comparatively 9.5......Jo.s Crews, agent 108...,. ", 97......Owner unknown 137..J Williams \ ..:.. rr

rise of tide, the comparison harbor depths cool. They should sleep In moder 90....,.Toney Edwards 109..... It" 98...... 138......Paul Francis
should be made at high water. The'rise of ately hard beds, in as large a room as can be !98......George Henry.Eliabeth I 170...... It".. 101...... 139..Charles Alberti!
tide varies very much along the coast ; on provided and the windows and doors should 101...... Hughes!: 171 ..... 105.John Sykes 142......Haggarth William
Fernandina there Is'an''erage rise of 103..J A McIntosh 172...... 100......Owner unknown 143..Geor e Robinson .-.
about six feet on the St*:Johns bar about be left open in order that an abundance of 111.....Joseph Haddock, Sr; 173.. ..... 107..... 144......James McKindrec t
four feet and a half. :'f Ir fresh air may be admitted. They need no 112......Plenty Jackson 17..William rhelan 108...... It" 145.' .....John H Lewis '
s .' covering during the hot weather if cover is 113..J W Lawton 170..... ': 118..1 140......Moses E Levy '. ;'
We obtain from the Union the following\ ; 114,.....RL Rowe 179.....B C Parker 119...,.. It.. 147......Thomas: ]HaddocK .:
1 statement of the census return' of the population put over them they get too warm and throwit 110......Daniel) Sikcs I 180......Owner unknown 120....,. 149......Clctnant 8 Bowen .t',,: \\
of Nassau county. Wo have a largo off, and thus catch cold If tho weather 117 .....John Sikes 181...,.. .. 121...... 154......Owner unknown ,
suburb adjoining Fernandina which. would should get cool during tho night it will\ not 118......Gcorgu Sikes I 182:! ..... 122.....Mary L Hryce 155.....! ,: '
swell our numbers to about 3,000 : hurt them remember people do not catch 120.: .....George; W Lyke I 183..... 123......Jas> P Taliafcrro, agent 150...... ". ., \.",;\ '
1st election precinct, including the city ; 123........\ J WalkerloO. I 185' ..... 124......W II Thompson 157...... .. 1'fl'y
of Fernundina.........."..................2,5'JO cold by getting cold but a cold is contractedby ......John Corvell ISO; ...... y"y"' 125......\\'illiam'ingllto i" a oj-
Fernandina city...... .,..,...........2l'Old ;
? > ; getting too warm and being exposed to a l.'i7..Rar-&h' Held 190.... Noah Waters ,, '
election precinct..........................., :2053d sudden reduction of 15S.....E II Hall 191....,LN Morgan Sales of Jlnrch 1878. '. J ..-
: election precinct............................ 216 temperature < {:- '
4th election precinct.......................... 345 Of all\ creatusres, the baby is the most helpless balm" ol January, JN7. I 41.Estate Edwin Hoyt 74......D Svkes : .; .

5th election precinct..... ,.................... 216 -the least able to take care (It Itself. 49.....E B Hall 121.....,R L-Rowe 42: .Owner unknown 75......O W Svki-s .,: .; .
11th'.election precinct.............,............. 393 Other young animals are endowed with an 54.....Mary Gomez 123..Danfel Sikos: 43...... 70......J II Williams a
7th election precinct, Including the following .. \\' Silo:; J. '
81... .Henry Benjamin 121..GCtIl.'re 44 ..... 77.1 H Higginliothain ,
villages..,,..........................1,033 instinct that to some extent enables them to 82......Jane Harvey Hraddot-k 125......William Starling .U...... .. "' 78......1) IHxginbotuam;; .: -
KIngs Ferry village.... .............187 shift for themselves. They will refuse to eat 83......Clemant :S:; Bowen 120.: .....A H & Jno L Sweeney 40...., 79......1 H Hall, agent -.!'.
Woodstock yillage........................98 unwholesome food, while a baby's instinct .NancyABowen 127..1. lwliN Taylor 47...... ". :" 80.....Geo Johnson I ..
8th election precinct............,............. 459 it to put everything which it &')...... rar). Ixmlza Bryce 128..J C Walker 4g....,. 0\ .,ii. 81......A Johnson
9th election precinct................,.......... 379 prompts can *80......J bn Huford 131......J II William: 49"! 'i 82......Benjamin Johnson i.r a
10th election precinct........................? 403Uth get its hands on into its mouth, and to eat 87......Simon Cliaera' 133.: .....William! Cone 50...... U : ':"."' 83......Lord Jonas '

election precinct....,..................... 270 whatever is given it. Therefore its safety 91......Abraham Colsou 134....,.\\ 11 ls Cuson 51..... .. -,,"'.'i'. '; -- 84......Plenty Jackson "

The portion of the beach hotel now nearly depends upon our keeping from it unwholesome 92......G J F Clark 135.David B .Jllggll1bothnm 52...... '.',.;!14.:*. i 85......Tulbot Little '\.

completed gives us a creditable idea of food and of course it is of the utmost 93.: .....Joa Crew8, agent! 130Jason: Ryan 53...... '' 86......Mrs J II Lockett '" t
the whole structure. Mr.very Schuyler the architect 91......J J Edmundson: 137.,.... I' Tracy 54..... h' 87......Mrs Mary J Morgan ;'
is entitled to much credit for the picturesque importance that we should know what Is 99.' .....1 A Higginbotliam 139......Owner unknown 55..... U .1-:' 88.....J A McIntosh! f
:- ;, convenient and pleasant seaside wholesome for the infant. I say infant for 101......Elizabeth Hughes 144...... 50..... .6 89......II Mattalr r..
ala hostelry, which he has erected upon the the health of the child depends, to a very .FC&IDIHgginbotham 152.... 57...... It., 00??.J McKindrec J
bench We learn that It is to be called the extent treatment of the infant 100......Estate Harvey Jones 15. .....!'': J Wilson 58...... 0\ .' 91.....Willis Norton
.E great upon our 1511.( ....." atson Itoker U U
\ name'whlch 107..8ufusCKingJraAiaug. 59.( ..... 92; ......A Primus
: Strathmore, a The Indian name no peculiar of the : that is to say, if we lay a good foundation Trustee 157..,...Henry Clay 60...... .' 93..Win M Starling f:%

island'appropriateness.was Ouale; the St. Marys river bore upon which its constitution is to be lo. ......W & J.Loften 15 )......Gtxlfrey Keebler 61...... 94...,.F D Whiting, agent
the Indian name of raca/aatmw; the French! built, its chances for future health are 100J..l.lellt Jackson 105......Thomas Pbelan 62...... 05......E: O Clay t
gave it the name.of thQ Seine,' because, it is enhanced 110......Benjamin Jordan! } 191......J Eli Gregg, 63...... U 00)......Mrs Louisa Prine +
the Seine. The Indianking''Was 112......John 11 Lewis 111:1..8.\: Wilson 64.Mrs N A Howen 97..J S Braddock
.,rind; It resembled called\ by the same name as the If mothers would obey the laws and 113-....W F Luwton 194......Thomas! Wilson: 65.....Alden Spear: 98.....Jas I' Taliaferro, agent ; {

Tacatacouron. The neighboring kings promptings of nature, and nurse their infants 115.Willis Norton 195......\ Iham Swearings < ......(} S Howen 99...,..John Anthony f +

rifer wereS8tireua,ItaltnnacanI, Atore\ llarpaha.Heluacope' there would be few instances where 110......Jackson Phillip Ii..Phineas N Wilds I<< b'7..A Cannon 100...".A Buir
Helicopiie. Monlonu. Ii was 117......George Henry 08..'.,.0 J F Clark 101......A Iligginbotham "
where, Dominic PeGourgues cast artificial food) would be necessary, for moth.ers' Sale, of January, 1"-76."'- !9......Jos Bezzant 102......George Henry } .
the point the slaughter milk contains all that Is required for the 70.,....Robert Davis! 103......Charles! Knabb ..
when he came revenge I :
anchor 2..v..James Bozzant.Joseph 4S......Andrew Ittggintatham I I : 71..J J Eflmundson .
French at Fort Caroline, Surely healthy growth of the child. Would any 104......J H Mooney mr'
of the
.... C Bufonl.Nancy 49.,11 L Hlgginbotham I
I 7.J.: ,
: Hughes 105.....John
of these names would be more characteristic sane woman think of giving a artifi-u .. Jordan Sykes .
some puppy 4... A Bowea 52..l3enjawilm I 73.: ...,.J Sykes 100......WUliaIU .
than Strathmore. clal food when its mother was available and 1i......Mrs M A Crews S 5-J.; .....Plenty Jackson Wingate.. :

Among the passengers of the &*.\t of Villa had an abundance of milk? Yet, how often 0......Jos Oewa I ; ....., >rtLittle.j .
; which sailed for New York on Thursday do mothers 43.......1 J Kdmiimlson.H 5A.....J A Mclntosh Done by order of the Bpard. this 27th day pf July ;1831. i : '
I Mrs C. L.>Hoyt. Mrs. R..W. we bee cram their babies with 45.: ..... Grocnlaum I 5m3.,...'.lt U e Moore I #
evening, were Fran! ,W.HuytandMr.I. \\ ''ncb, corn starch arrowroot granum, and other 46..EIuzabethllughesm' j .57.llemryMatt.ip, :,' I ',.; JAMES: "'ldHFt'I ('II1 "1I1111., .

a f;:, of Southwick tula ity., Diarchy food I, under the pica that their breast 47.....AU-X Hi inbothum &>......IVter Rowe Attest : J. A. } \\ ,, ..> 'gfPtoff..! 3744 !

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