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: August 6, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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: ST.t rAmi's.. of land in the county t for the eofg'o. a thousand t the: t tree. Tln"*o are three tithe f vine Florida. There astcamernin he taken along the route, and ]Hawthorne, lire all

ing into the manufacturing: and commercial oldest<< : proves: in this vicinity, and theircrops via the Orkl:1walu'I'er: the most weird and booming. Gainesville will soon bo reached,

.tllclt1Hl. business. We have not been able to learn will aggregate six or seven! hundredthousand 1 romanticriver t in the world, to Leesburg: and tho! towns and new stations along the

: The peach crop in this section I is larger any further particulars, and give this article oranges. We ore glad that for the Sumter county, a distance: :'tOO\ miles. Once route from this place' to Lake City will also

w. than it has been for many years-past, and to our readers for what it may be worth first time a Northwestern market\ will receivedircct there you will bo received by a most generous boom. Push: on the columns of graders,

S I they arc being brought into market now inter We shall endeavor: however, to learn moreabout so large an instalment of Orange; and h hospitable welfare.1 -tfnintcr Atltnntr.U.ULllO.ilt l cross-tiers and traC'k.ll\ycr.-lar.hufl( Advocaff. -

|large quantities.' The peaches raided in this this affair, and then: our citizens will, county oranges the above "'c are proud I i .

e -county are free frotn'worms and arc of fine probably, hear more: about it.-A] alai'hlcvlaTribune. of our fruit, and if these oranges do not. 1'0TIS.FitiEl Mr.( E] It. TralTord, chief\ engineer: ., of the
!size and flavor.-On Thursday night of last I turn the attention of hundreds' of ]Hoosior( sin I South Florida: Railroad l Company, left here

t '' .week, while three coltrt'tlmel1, employed on Mdfton.The this direction we will\ be disappointed.South : \ .- T1IK l'\I'U'W TO Til K AttANTjr.:;-Ulko last week to commence the survey of the
City, situated as !she' i is, at the terminus of continuation of the
& the Florida Southern Railway, lay asleep in trees in Ocala are putting on a I'loridti Joinmil.lntnatn. South Florida Rnilrond
; .; [ orange} the two railways of the State, with the Flor from Orlando to Lake
,' the camp, a dead] tree'fell, one of the limbs!'! vigorous growth, and present n line appear Southern: tlohcin built to this Tohopkaliga, which
: point
James in the side, inflicting the Florida Wu are informed that number of tracts! latter I is the hC'utl.o tho KN!iminec river
Somerset I\ncc.-TIII
..4 striking engineer l'Orp.lllll:
continued Maeon with
and connecting
: it ,,', mortal wound! lie was brought to his Tropical Railroad: have crossed the :Sumtcr: of land next to the orange crave and truck The general direction will be almost dine
the Cincinnati Southern will makeour
(home in Oainesvillo, where he died last county line.-The citizens of Moss lllulV, farm of 1[. II. l Rogero, lsq.: <) two miles! !back: great :south" and the distance from Orlando to
tine railroad. centre of the State.
night. His family arc of opinion that James on the Oekltiwaha river: in this county, are of town, have recently been purchased' by town late Colonel Thomas Tohopkaliga) I is 17 miles. 'fIll'rk( of grading

I? {1l was foully dealt with, as on leaving; home considerably dated over: the prospects of a parties: in this! place, and are to be cleared: The railway manager cro.s.s-tleing and track-laying] will closely
immediately and put in thorough state of A. Scott, somo years since expressed the follow\ tho surveying fact, has
he had some fifty dollars, which was not railroad running through that neighborhoodin already
cultivation These lands a few years ago opinion that the Jacksonville: Pensacola it commenced. Mr, Trafford is! having tents
11xs found on his person when he was brought a short time. A preliminary survey of

hack. It is highly probable, however, that the road has already been made. This is were considered! almost! worthless, and we Mobile( 1ail..l.l.'hl'1I. completed Mobile, made for 100 hands: Some cross-tie bands;
and Pensacola with outlet at Fcrnandina
they arc in error as to their conjectures, but none other than the Key West, Tampa & are glad: to note that they me now being rap an are already at work, (and a force of grading

nnder the circumstances, it would be well Jackson viliellailroad. formerly the Tampa, !t1l'llIIpl'o\'el1.-Yesterday morning, while would prove. line most important railway hands will ho here this week. Mr. K. R.Whitt' .

Sam llasfonl was in a boat rowing in the in the South running as it does along who is visiting in South Carolina
enough for a justice to convene a jury of in- Peace Creek it St. John.'l' have seen ,
w Cove he discovered! : tho dead body of an unknown the seacoast through all the cotton states, will return next week hands
quest.-Sun and BI'e.Itn'al.. Mr.( Carter, chief engineer: and ho is sanguine bringing fifty :
that the road will be built at an early man floating in the. river Itasford and connecting with the Mississippi at New. with him. It is tho design of the managers!
F Ol'1l.'all"l1).1 with the Southern Pacific Railroad
It will be of standard and !' came to town and informed the authorities of the road to push the work and completeit :
L During the month of July there were day. gauge, supplied
constructed It will
now being rapidly.
with and MiCarter and the body was brought a.shore. No bruises as soon as pOllJiblc.V 0 consider: the roada
refrigerating cars
15,375,003! feet of yellow pine lumber shipped ,
make continuous line from tho Pacific to
will he able to land fruits and or marks of ,'iolence'CI't! found on the wise move on the part of its owners. By
l from this port against 2GGIiOOO< for the same says they vegetables
the .Atlantic. Should the Florida Central
month last year, an increase of 3,700,093 feet. in New York in 72 hours and in per body, and it I is supposed he came: to his running to Lake Tohopkaliga: they thus give
which is to bo sold l three IIllIthshl'nc
Railway, << :
Last month, as for several months previous, fect condition. This is the only I way, in our death by accidental drowning. The man an outlet by rail, to reliable water: transportation

a large amount of lumber was shipped from opinion, that vegetables can bo made to was live feet live Inches in lu'ight, fair,, complexion t than<"the, ho Jacksonville bought by sore l'ell'acolobilo corporation other at /Sanford], to the whole Klssimmoc

this city via Fernandina, and the local demand reach distant markets in salable condition ] auburn hair, wore mustache and river and Lake Okechobco country, and the

is simply immense, as the various and our Moss Blun'citizell!! have: cause chin whiskers, was evidently Irish, andon Railroad, which is: probable, the Jacksonville most direct: of any that could<< be devised. It

large buildings i now in course of construction: to be elated. We hope to !see the road speedily his body was found pocket-knife' ,' and Pensacola & Mobile could<< still reach I wlllht boon for the Okechobce region: ; an
seventy-five cents.: -October is! the month Atlantic at Fl'rIamtflllhy\ extending its accommodation: : to tho Okechobee
consume thousands of feet monthly, and the put in operation.-Ocalu Hunner.Ovangr. Drainage
contractors find it exceedingly difficult to in which to set out strawberry plants, and it road from Lake City to Callahan, n distance Company by giving them a base of supplies l

their orders filled with sufficient may be well to remind our reader: who contemplate \- of fifty miles, air-lino. The Louisville it and an outlet\ ; n great advantage to Orange
get promptness -
Chief Engineer Trafibrd has been on tho Nashville\ (corporation shortly have extensions
to enable them to their work going into this business, cither formnrlit C'Ol1ntl1s the road wIllIHl'lS through it the
s ground for several 'days, and on Tuesday to connect with tho Jacksonville
( with the rapidity ,with which they would doso or their own consumption, that to entire distance, and thus show our fine
night a gang of about thirty laborers came I Pensacolalohtle: ( which will give; Florida
the land is half the !battle
under different circumstances! During i prepare early : country and,Improvements to all who travel
out from the river and next morning commenced two new and direct routes for Western
The ground should be well broken now over the road and the extension t will
the month jof June there were ,::mlOOO feet up : certainly
l cutting ties. The line of the South freight, and open up now markets for our
and fertilized the richer the
of lumber shipped from this port, a decrease ; better. be profitable vestment for the railroad

in July of 215MJ7! feet So far this year (not Florida Railroad: is to bo extended southward If you have low, damp soil IIHit ; if not, fruits, vegetables, etc. The enormous cropof << <:ollll'anSlJllth: Florida Journal.FLORIDA'S .
v as rapidly as possible, to locate and (II'ullj.tcl'lullll other semi-tropical fruits requiring
including that shipped via Fcrnandina) has: take the next best, and if necessary, waterthe : "
build< plant business is
been 33.124,000 feet of lumber shipped, strawberry very 1'Ul'UICE.
activity in railroad circles, and tho rivalcompanies profitable and will with West I, where the center of population ii fast
ngainst: 21,5<38,000 feet for the same pcrio.llust proper industryand -
: are putting in their bt licks\ to reaching, and where now such fruits are
year, an increase in 1881 of 8S,lJcO( to good management: )pay more to tin; acre It A 11.110 A I) KNTERl'KIsE IS TUB STATE-CONraH-'
secure the persimmons, which grow so scarce and expensive! owing to thegreat loss
which can safely bo added at least 2,000,000 than anything else planted in this section KNC'K: IlimVlttfJf: SIR. WSBTO.V AND URPIU.KKNTATIVE8 .-
bountifully in South 1'101'1.1.It will not by decay\ and expense of freight from foreign -
-The cultivation of rice in Putnam
(including the amount used in the construction county ; OP VUOJECTED UOAPH TO BUN
hurt the county if all the roads now countries will these roads after
any give
has ,
of the Fernandina & Jacksonville Railroad not received the attention it deserves TllllOUOH TIIK lHU PUUCHABR."
talked of should<< bo built within the next There is no that is lllhh'. Its bringing (heir heavy freights to this section, Of number' -
) shipped via Fcrnandina. making an crop more prol the of. roads projected in
six months.-On Sunday last a family of ll1l1. remunerative: freights: in return, and the variety Florida three will
increase over last year of at least 10,850.01)0)( ) yield<< our uplands' makes a rich harvest, run through 4,000,000'acres
immigrants passed: through on thie r way to and of I'rOlll1diulli'Hllllul.c: tho businessregular pucchased: from tho State by Mr. Hamilton
as a provision! for tho )household there is
feet.-Messrs.! Wheeler iV Wall are now at <<
St. Lade, on Indian river. They were from ImII.I"tlng.-J..I.ot' Dishton and othrra of this city.' PrthU.
Muck ; City llfjnrter.
r work building the large piers for the immense nothing better t : will fatten on it ; especially dent Ingram, of the /South Florida, Railroad

new warehouse for the Waycross road Taylor county, Kansas: nod had been on when the ('01'1C'fup i is short will The great IIUI'ltioll as to t the location of Company, and Colonel tit. Chair-A brains,

at tho Bradbury mill property. The )piers, the rlae11oill'e the 3d: of March last, having rice answer food for horses mud mules. \\' the I'eiKsacol.i it, Atlantic Railroad was settled counsel for the company) both of whom arc
made the journey by team. They !started' I at tho Irani House will hold
plopping aconlerenee
150 in number, are being built of hard remember in the year 1 Is17, while I living in lastlonday( evening Captain Chlploy, this morning with Mr. Disston
with a four mule team and omnibus in ,
: an ,
brick laid in cement, and arc in size :3i feet Don ton county (now llernando) that the superintendent vice-president of this at which Governor Hloxhum will bo)present.

long by 16 inches thick, anti about 21 feet which was the head of the family, his wife, farmers who /settled that county, under the road, was with us and suit the: Louisville .t The subject to bo considered is the release of

high. The foundations for the piers are two sons and a daughter, comfortably armed occupation law: raised rice for their Nashville Railroad: Company would give as the light of way to tho road through tho land
fixed and and enthusiastic purchased by tho Philadelphia .
about two feet below tho surface of the as happy as they stock. Fields of from ten to fifteen acres much as $50,000( ) ) to have the road located' by land to be taken by the capitalists.The ( will
could well be. met with the loss of company
They : a
ground, and are about five feet square. The might hi seen on the hill side pine lands\ u", if wo! would guarantee the right of way not boat tho loss of'tho land company, ns!

). "hills for the building 12by 14 inches Tho mule from their team on the road, and had growing luxuriantly..'. Wall, the fatherof through the county, two and u half acres! of tIll /State will make -it good by giving the

building throughout is to be constructed of replaced with a horse. They were somewhat.travelwo'rn Dr. Wall, of Tampa, raised: largely: of this land: for depot, and\ pay tho difference In land company( additional ]land for thatwhich
be! taken. While in the
but seemed cheerful and may city,
correspondingly heavy lumber, and will be, pr>,luct. He informed us that ho fed his construction between tho two lines if it President Ingram will }pay a visit to the
hopeful. deserve and seemedto I
by far, the largest warehouse in tho State- They success, stock on rice, and that it was admirable amounts to over :$50NN: ) ). The proposition Baldwin I Ivocomotivo Works, in order to hasten .

50' by 20 feet, with 25-foot ceilings. The be made of tho right sort of stuff to attain substitute for corn. The raising/ of corn in was accepted by our citizens, nnd 'the surveyof the construction, of three locomotives
.. it.-Ommje County ntjwrter. for which ho contracted months .
work on tho building will bo prosecuted as that county, at that time, was considered an the road by Marianna( will be finished Twenty miles of tho road sonic have been bunt ao..

rapidly as lossiblc.-I1/1io1& On Friday morn hag,the 15th i inst.,throughthe experiment ; now, however, there is no ;better I"".. nt ,"..t',,..,. '_1'1....". heat 1 mi l,. .1..1.,e.wut "I.".''UI1nll ... and several hundred men are now at work

Escambla.Hereafter kind invitation of Judge J. A. Hayden, corn county in the 1''lt''e' have time riinttalioocheo river will begin betweentho grading and laying tho lien and rails.

we visited l his home, one mile and a half and again called the attention of our farm 10th and 15th of August, and inns to be Mr. Ingram proposes to take three hun
there will be two mail trains a, tired men to Florida with him to work
day on the Pensacola Division of the Louis southeast of Sanford, to witness: his npl'ri1II ers to this /subject, but it is hard to get pen completed] by the 15th of December next. the road. About forty miles of rails arc on

.. <'nt of putting down an ensilage bin or tube] out of the old routine.. There U but AH flU laborers pusstbloaredesirt'd.iajir strewn along the route, in readiness for ]lay*
vane and
Nashville Railroad. The mall, as pit. The system of ensilage is a process of little rice made in Putnam, not enough to f'liipley says by the 1st of January next tho hung as rapidly( as the,grading U dUf1<'.. The

b heretofore, leaving on the 10 a. w. train, putting down any kind of green fodder bread a dozen families u year. We ventuio hound of the whist: will bo hoard within capita( /c'tsted line,has been surveyed, and
and another on tho 7 m. train-the latter the ruined to completo it. The !
p. pro
:. corn, grass, pea-vines, etc.-in a pit below the assertion that if our farmers could bo our midst. Colonel (iibbos, the excellent Iorietorof'Abe Boston Herald Is: one of tho .
u through mail" that is to
only points
; : the surface of the ground, compress it by induced to turn and able fcftn'k holders .
their attention to this matter surveyor in charge, says the difference largest in the road. A conference
beyond the Junction. The mail will close heavy weight so as to entirely exclude it will also he held between New York
they would< lit 5.20 p. in., the small clerical force allowed .parties and .Mr Disston In reference to the
from the action of the air and thus
t preserveit therefrom ; an income far beyond what theynow : 0"1' $.',0.)1)1). Colonel d'ibhes enjoys the reputation right of
Pastmaster Lee compelling him to close at way through the lands for a road
that hour in order any ]legnth of time in a perfectly green realize from cotton, to say nothing of of being one of the finest surveyors culled I the Jacksonville, 'J'1I1IIl1and) Key
to handle the
incoming state! with all\ its juices, to be fed from at the fact of the rice crop relieving them from in the /South+ / and his judgment upon thissubject West Railroad. Governor Cornell, of New
mail at 5:;),). The extra mail will arrive at :
will. Although nut on so extensive York and I'. T, Itanium\ tho kilJ (show
nor expensive the necessity: ofbuyiugeoru ; which in cannot bo questioned. The colonel
10:10: a. m. We arc glad tq note this additional scale crop 1111,1. are largely Interested! in this! road.
instance of and accommodation a Judge Hayden has" adoptedthe many cases (U a failure ; the rice crop! nev has worked very zealously, indeed\ to find! a Prior to the land being 'pnrchased by Mr.

in energy )IiII-* System of Knsilage: as given er. This'rereal grows well on comparatively line which would justify!>> his employers: in DiMxton for the Philadelphia company, the

the railroad ntanagetneut.-t'p to by Francis 1>. (Moulton in Vol. I., No. 1, of poor pine woods: soil; it i- riot subject to loss having the ro .lloc'utt'lllYIIi, and the people Jacksonville company had projected: the
a, Monday morning 21 foreign vessels had orthomcrlcall line to run through time land but did
the Journal .Agricultural net
by drouth to the extent that corn or cotton of our town and county should feel under .
cleared withdraw it from the
from State. When
the i>ort of Pensacola. These, they
Association, for his experiment He prepared is, and should farmers to } lasting obligations} to him for thin,
of << our go work and h Tho made tho application fur the land Hn* di.-
t course, were all loaded, and tell its: story a box 21 feet wide, 5! feet long, and plant it, an fntllle'mcllt'IIU1<1 bo offered to great liberality of the LouNvllh-.t hvl\lo\ covcrod that it had !been withdrawn by Mr.

S for the business of July. The total value of about 6)) feet high at the This he UiIl/jwnlIud the confernco to-day will be'in
open top. capital to put up a rice-mill Palatka. Another rood, through Major Chipley, shows tinegreat
the cargoes shipped in this space of time is sunk into the relation to that subject. Mr. Diaston said to
feet-a little
ground 3)
in the neighborhood $125ooq-I'en'II laGUttte over advantage in raking lice is, that it requires !Interest they feel in the welfare of the an Inquirer reporter last night that the matter

half its height. When we arrived he was little or no attention after It is pLiuta1I't |coplc of our Htnttespecially) tie welfare of would be amicably arranged and the

cutting hid corn stalks in a machine for the I latia Herald. Jackson clunly.08t'lar'cly believe there land asked for by the companies would be

From the Pensacola Gazette we learn the IlurlM>be. The stalks were cut in the field Sumter.Samtcr \lit another road in the Union that would transferred to them his company of count,
following:"From contractors in being granted IHldit1onallafl,1 for that trans'
now our city, with corn-knife usual
a as brought direct of the have been feo liberalVu believe
county,one most genial and wo utter erred lo the railroad companion,
will probably] arrange for building this i to the machine and started into it butt end the sentiments of The third road to
lovely counties in this semi;tropical State, I Is every man li Jccksoncounty run througn the imrchuHU -
important railroad, we learn that they will fore Obt. The machine cuts it-stalk, blade] the centru of the narrowed part of tho peninsula when we ay wo are Mutioficd I. A U the Peninsular IUiro.! In which
,,k be required to commence work at Pensacola, can and all-into about inch lengths. When CX' 'lIntur Ynleo Is: largely interested. This
the and upcvdy completion of thU road and continued
Milton\ Choctawhatcbie river crossing and ; invigorating breezesof company also had agrantoftheland through
the the pit wan full, a board cover was put on both the brood Atlantic and the'fiulf of prospt.-lty to the Louisville\ &: Nashville the purchuMe before the Philadelphia capitalists "

Apalachicola river at Chattahoochee.Rails that fitted inside. This was heavily weightedwith Mexico are constantly wafted over the land, road is the wish of our entire f'tOflc.-Jf..rl- withdrew the same (ruins time State.
and other track materials will be car sand J let weenour hundred and five hundred
bags until what wa.1ln the men
pit anti anna O .
no matter how oppressive be the Jurq
1ricd to Milton may at work the road from
and the road completed Lack are on Oca!a to Tan.-
ward to Pensacola.! :Materials will also betaken was compressed until it did not fill above heat of nnid-day, the nLjhtx; are cool and invigorating Tho peoplo of Hawthorne are to be con iw. and ex-Senator Yulee expresses! his determination

[ to the Choctawhatchie river the level of the ground. It contains about insuring a calm and undisturbed gratulaUid on the completion of thu branch to push! it to an early comple

crossing, 1,100 pounds. The pressure 1 It to be kept on fcleepin mid- And then win of the Florida tion
whence ummer. our Southern Railway to that
construction will proceed eastward until about the 1st of These roads run through; the finest handset
and westward, while similar preparations next January, when ten are summer !Itself.! The whole county |'It place The work ''u.IK.n completed, tiuce the t tale, including the rich and productive

;will be made Apalachicola river whence tL:>e pit'will be opened and the success or covered with noble and magnificent orange the V-Mh of January, showing the (capacity I('0I11\tit'tforHulllter, llernando Hillsbo rough.
l' failure of the experiment tested. If it I Is a Manatee, elk and > The
s construction grove We have no n icca" will go on hi a westerly direc companyfur I II frame I of thene rood
success in this climate, it will be one of the Ij when in op/sfttUon wit'
tion. Tim division of the route Into eec booms for mockingbird, these lovely ongter of nature I equipping the road. The work U to/|cad- 4 cnnnefrouthetruck (armll. thvernorltloa-

lions U designed for the speedy| completion biggiSt Florida that has ever putting to blush! the operatic primuj j i ily puihed on toward <>aln
of the road, which seems the aim of the en. occurred. If this succeeds, Judge Haydenwill donna, are caroling their: sweet ong the livelong the point of the main trunk, to run south, { j that Florida In the near (mute will completely .
go into it on a more exit-naivescale! drive Itenuudu out of,the trade ofsupplying
day from the shady true at ones door. the ,. j
terprfcing men who control the enterprise" surveyor are .0taldug level The I, the North with early vegitatli

Franklin.Ve1iave and many other will follow hilt example. The finest oranges in the world, far..iifji.i'.. expedition with which all hands have thus [ J I He says that pea*, tomato-, Iemi, com tuxt +

We.ha\l\ await the experiment| with a great Ing thoHo of fitly, are produced here inAbunda'u far carried on the work it the best reason for every v rlttr.or vegetable can ba furnish-!

\ been informed that ioarticjortb deal of interest.---We ore reliably Informed j If our Northern friends, who believing. that the grading, tlelng and truck: every the year, ."
mare made diligent inquiries the The great drawback ....( s'.lircn:
regarding the coming of lerl'ftGIf :
crop *! of the (" have but
orange a Idea of
Florida but
vague !knew towards be
laying Tampa hed with
Situation of our islands, channel pu t the lack)Af-- railway fneilititia'lnluIynsole :
: harbor brand of
811'r grove, Duyle's grove oPII It"-I. j'wt where to come, it would not tux our redoubled) energy What ha already been portion* of the l'Ir.at"r JfJ y loud

*,' etas..,and that the information us furnished jte. and of IJr. A. C. Caldwell' "grove, huxpitality' but our resource to make room done has given u tremendous impetus t to j railway cuiiunuulcari) ,.trwi.NftSi. lute

jhemsu proved sathfaeti,ryand that these, south, all within two mile* of Suuf.jrd. lave for them. Steamer ( been s hlppe l North In rhxrshttur. rs with
I rume directram New ( .iiinui all through thcvevtiuii. I
Iruvcntulty t f .
Jartiei intend to par Lae immense swt tracts" just been oM to an Indianapolis liana at *1.' York Philadelphia au-1 ]J ..t'n to Jaf'k""I' : the railway pjtatka, and UK sew stathust' :ty;ratsy*,lngauc/11s-J1i'; {-1..1, .. ,/t711t :Mrta .

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\ zi MICKS!' Tin: tsliso.1'sWhcn exclaiming, "Oh, doctor!" and the matrons suitable companion." Never did n week appear so long to me as sent my thoughts back to thn-,1n, on the
panted out," Really, doctor, you're too bad ; Janet was not to be drawn on by tight that week at Mayence. I was sick of Rhine when Janet had nlmat.t
I from tho inqhturc reeking meadows you have !such a curious wny of saying conversation. She did not answer this re it and of thc'Kliinc ; heartily glad quite when: I about the old legends. In two Jlutes
i I !springing! thlll g.r?" mark hut looked straight before her or once more moved on, perfectly, sure I shouldnot side door opened und Janet stood before me.
The deep blue violet her cup uplifts, !t's nn awful shame," I said to myself, whom was !she thinking? I tried again again meet the party-unless, perhaps, She looked so composed, so self-possessed! #'
I! And all the budding woods return the slnginj for these sort of people\ to travel in such "See, that is the famous Lorelei ; in a on their return journey.. that for nti instant I fancied our former ,:
?' numbers One can have no chance" of conversing book I was rending the other day it gave About fortnight nftcrthat found myself meeting had been n dream, and that we were 'j
i Of birds) whose!'; soul upon their !song! nuts with Interesting foreigners. one nil the .curious legends of theseshores! ," nt Lucerne, at 'the Hotel Swan I was really old 1 English acquaintances friends :
drifts! But nt t this point I was startled hIllY sheaknewna nnd. idling about the snlon I chanced.l upon a Pray, forgive me, Miss Smith, but I fancied "
91 91I All nature !stirs! from torpor now arousing neighbor, n stout, high-colored; Brit lslier, great deal more about the 'curl-- printed paper, and, in large, imposing letters -I mean I heard your uncle was ill, and
I'raiso to the Ixird who breaks the winter's turning toward. me witn the remark : Otis'! 1 legends than I did. ; so we talked on this read, Conducted I thought n? I was in this lelghhorhoot thatI
drowsing: "I hope you're thinking of joining our safe subject! till Mr. Smith reappeared, send! Tour" "Cook'leronally account of might be of some you.. is so
party, sir?" ing his'! voice before him. the TIII fJllo\\elln inconvenient in these out-of-the-way placesto
*, Amid the tfarjcd scenes of summer's painting \o, Ihllnk'ouj; I'm going another yay." Well, Janet, my dear! I sec you have I \oul(1 dates.( pass Yes this was the get what one wants."
I I I The drooping branches green, the bright. At !least I fervently hoped so. some good company" cllllnCttthe, enemies. 'I further She did not hold outlier hand ; and, look "
lined 'tlow'r "Perhaps yon don't like n good party. Janet's 1 face lost 1 nil its animation; she was noted that on certain day in August they ing at her, I feared she had not forgiven! me. .'.\.
Ii O'er which hang birds, their senses reeling, That's like lily Janet! here ; she's so ':quiet in a minute the quiet, beautiful girl I had would have seen 1 all the beauties of Switzerland Thank you, Mr. liunter"she said fltny. ":
i fainting/ there's no getting her to say anything. !seen the evening before and would pause one day at Geneva only uurle has been ill, but he is a litle '.:"
\ : Filled with the\"nrlettI'aut\ )' of the hours "Janet" was, I presumed, seated beyondthe I drew away, almost annoyed at having before returning via Paris.. ter now." ;'
The. snft-voiced breezes' wander, sighing portly mUll for I could not catch u so much enjoyed our talk, nnnovcd, nt the Geneva is a very hOI pleasant( place just about But is there nothing I can do?" I said ?
lowly, glimpse of her. Not that I was stall anxious unusual interest I felt in this stranger.I, this time, I said to myself; I may as'! well go eagerly. She wa, she must have been a little ,
Praise, give ye praise to Gal, the wise and! to do so who had frequented the best society: and t herons anywhere else But I hllonljut, touched, although she only replied : ;; ,
holy I At last the dinner was!'! over. I rose, hop- had seen dozens! of pretty girls who111:1/ : not time to reach it by that special August day. I I and sure my uncle will be very much,1\
Ing I should, enjoy my$next meal better' but made half the impression on me that Janet Not that it mattered in the I least, my arriving obliged whel I tell him you called, but we '
Through Ml the charm of autumn's hazy in 1 Iffirry to get away I trod on a lady'sdress' Smith' was now making. I determined 'j
my I ( to by that date, but if it did, it would be a can have no claim upon 'our-onrtesy' )
: t dreaming, She was in front of me, and whilst have nothing more to do with her; so I care. curious coincidence. This last word was brought out
:1 .
: Amid the hushing rustic! of the corn, lay foot on her skirt !she tried to trove fully avoided her and 1
was seating myself nt And let me own to you, reader, that that effort, yet she looked more fascinating than -
,; ; : And in the soft, mist's'oglle and tender on. In a moment I heard the Iwi"t'ofa rent. some distance, said I should now thoroughly curious coincidence did take place ; for I entered ever. ,
seeming Now, few accidents arc more terrible for a enjoy the view believe that I /' ,
bright, sunny on the same day 110, pray, me ,'h'n,1 say
Which broods the stream at early morn- than when he tears some part of n At Bingcn I heard rush and Clle\'a
d man n before I that the Hotel d'Anglctcrrc was expecting a shall be dc'lighted to do anything I can for '
A soundless voice I!the ever soft nnd slowly, /lady's attire, for it generally brings him into was! IIware of the cause I saw that the con I large inroad of visitors. I sent on \' luggage )'ou I really mean what say." My words: /''
\ Praise! ye the Lord, loving and the holy I I dreadful disgrace with tile tillrone, and he is ductor had marshaled out his party with I I bv the hotel omnibus, and determinedto and the tone of my voice must have expressed ,

But o'er the winter landscape filled with very fortnnatelfhel'cnl't.s with only a frown. the speed nnd precision n general might walkabout till nearer the dinner hour. some of my feeling, for suddenly :,<'
;:. I began to .stammer an apology us the lady have envied.. I had only just time to catch As I was sauntering: along, looking into became cold and stern. ,\',
; So desolate glory and grand, so wild nnd cold, turned round, and at that moment my stout u },glimp; of a graceful figure and bright the shop windows anal trying to choose Jane can assure you that I rCIuirt' noth- ;1iN
S.j The mountain fliI'lItlJlern and. hoary neighbor) came up\ nnd said in n loud voice : hair before we left "Cook's" party behind something worthy of the dear mother at ing. Perhaps :you forget that we are part ?
\ i lofty \tell/ I declare, Janet It looks: my on terra firma, and were crowd found ,
Ii The bold, bare rocks so' grim and gray and proceeding on to home, I happened to pass a pastrycook'sshop. of that obnoxious you so
'.1 old dear, ns if that dress was done lor. Mayence in blessed silence, yet on my part How delicious the cakes looked, I truu le ole." She smiled now whilst I ?t'I
\ Of he laughed nt I this last joke, and I II with, a slight feeling of could
We hear the with In"Stict'rror course disappointment. thought. And so thought, evidently. little, felt quite abashed. Still I not helpfully
i message; fraught. looked up into Janet's face, dreading'whatI When 1 reached\ Mnycnec it was late The curiously attired lady, who was gazing fondly recognizing that had Janet been
Bend and or too late learn thverrorlSpringfield I should see. red. glow left by the sun was intensely beautiful at the eatables As I paused, she turned found among a troupe of itinerant players /
t I repent, Republican, My words: of apology died on my lips from for against the crimson and orange round, anal I nt once recognized one of the she would still have been a queen among
sheer surprise, for I there stood I before me a background the Mack hulks and masts of Cooks! !" women Before I found anything to reply <
i ,1J "W (Yl'l: lJ A COOK'* tall, graceful girl, with n face so soft ami 'the Rhine, bents were drawn out sharp timid So they w'rt clnleatid had arrived before she held out her hand ns if to make up for ,
J I r f beautiful that I nt once thought of some clt'arlut\ what arc beauties that one cannot me Pray, reader, (1nnotsmileifIownthat her word, saying : "
-UUNNINO AWAY FROM tiER Madonna I had lately seen Antwerp.. :She: share with another human being. I I at 01400 felt quite friendly toward this old "Good night, Mr. Hunter; I fear my uncle
I I. well at ,that moth was fair, with bright though not golden. hair, hurried on to a hotel und asked for n bed ?" woman. I took off my Ilat made polite mint, be waiting for me Will you excuse ::
once 1
"J er-the may best as nnd most Y indulgent of my women- grave blue(' .t'4lIlItl a gentle t( delicate 11I011 I h, For n single! gentleman: sir?" asked! the bow, and. said I believed had met her nt me!" Then she was gone, and all that.
) .j had! sent me, Reginald Hunter,'to travel on So this, then, was ".Jalld," and one of the master: looking nt my small portmanteau. Cologne, and other Places I could do was to return to my room and
.1I the Continent before I, settled down in life.I "Cooks." It seemed impossible' ; hilt as this (Of Colll'St'nel have you any dinner for "Ah, to be sure," she said, anxiously meditate how I could best prove to Janet
I, had lust left college, and was the case, lilt last stammered the apology me ?" "Could 'Ol'tell me, sir what o'clock it is?" that I would do anything for her Alas!
was: an son, I.
thlnkingabout the bar as a suitable which had been delayed."It It is! going on now," was the reply, "if "Just four," I said, taking out my watch. there was no hiding the fact now I was !
f : was but a most discriminating uncle profession does not matter, thank you" she said you will he good enough to follow the waiter. "And dinner i is not till 51\1," she sighed. desperately in love with this mysterious
1 1I. having; left mo' 'a good fortune, I was not in a refined, educated voice ; "it is only the ." These foreign ways ore most uncomfortable Janet I despised myself for it and my only
Jl anxious about future briefs. Still I was gathers." This I was only too happy to do, feeling I think. 'fher 'snothin lkeone'\com. consolation that she despised me too.
I. ) not very to enjoy tho good man's money till! I Then 1 hastened away, feeling that nature thankful that mine host spoke capital Kng: fortable cup of tea nt five o'cock, I woke up the next morning determined
twenty-five old, as he had erroneously had committed. an extraordinary mistake in lisp, mill that I could make him understand Christians have in Kngland. to ingratiate myself with Mr. Smith, but for
1 l was cons'ldered'that years age more suitable for having made Janet one of Cook's Personally. my wishes. The waiter threw open the 'hy not make up for it by those tempt fear of appearing troublesome I waited till
his heir than the generally recognized and Conducted Tourists door. I caught sight of alongtable.lit with ing morsels? though as you SIn they nre not ten o'clock before inquiring of the waiterhow
legal 1 twentyone.My After dinner 1 sauntered about) tl'wn'il.: grand chandeliers, of a multitude of faces ; I worth a cup of English tea." Mr. Smith was reported to be this
knowledge French not being great, item the cathedral had n peep at the saintly heard great clatter of knives and forks and Uo you think onO may ?" she asked, morning. '
i I usually found it safer to speak English! at bones,and caught myself wondering whether: human tongues ; I saw an empty seat and cagerlr.'lookig up at me gravely. "You "Better, monsieur. The Mr. Smith and
; tho various! hotels. the had done it all, and what Janet was hurried into it ; and then turning round! ulr does for ns altogether, the Miss went away this morning early-the
j Thus it : happened that at Cologne, on a had tlmought of it. But of course she must: found! that my neighbor! was-Mr. Smith !II add I don't know, I am sure, whether it's in doctor said this air of the city was not good
{ certain Julv day I marched boldly Into the bo like the rest of them, and most likely was in for the Cooks again I the agreement." for him ; so they have gone tin'the mountains
ad adI 1b' Hotel d'AlIiIon, and requested In )Knglish to blared at the sights I without taking them in. "Ciood gracious! I exclaimed. "You I nearly laughed aloud, but fearing Janet to a placed called Callaz.. \
,: bo shown a good room looking out on the Over my evening cigar I wrote a 1 letter to here again !1" might suddenly appear round the corner, I What I Janet gone again Had she doneit
,,. river Tho landlord bowed low and said : my mother and expressed my strong disapproval "Why, yes ; we did! a little land! travel refrmee1. I on purpose? Hut no, I could not thus far
Kxactly: so, sire." of her cook's conduct, but added my !ing. Our conductor knows that enough is: "I am sure every Englishman i is free to Hatter mvself. She had only not thought it
J Yet I fancied there was an anxious look utter inability to pick up another in these as: good ns a feast: and we had n good spellof !spend his money as he likes, and with it you worth while to tell me their plans.
'. on his face as I followed him up the stairs. regions. It was most aggravating that just that boat. There is a good deal of sameness may certainly buy what you like." "I am going to Callaz to-day, on.
Wo <'t1 the first floor, then the second. ; as I wrote these words Cook's time\ should on a river. It was uncommonly nice to You really think so?'' I When does the diligence start?" gr
but here made a stand. come into my head, and after 1 party; Ja stretch our legs, wasn't it, Janet?" Then her face brightened, whilst I l hert "At four hours in the afternoon, mon
.* I not I paid with net. What on earth did it matter to me I bent forward and bowed to JOliet How her into the shop and asked for sieur."
am going up higher, ,
true British doggedness what this girl's history might be? So I rang refreshing it was to see her face in that unsympathetic required ; and she quitecheercd up as"tourtes! "Then take my place on the outside," I
'Veerysorry sire) ,but this r floor engaged. my bell and said I must be called in time togo crowd, but I noticed that her do cerises" and "gateaux aux eclairs" dis: said, feeling decidedly downhearted and
The first floor is engaged, the second floor is: by the boat. manner toward mo was changed. Did she appeared. not 1 little cross that I should still be intenton
i engaged, and the third !floor i is full, nil but The next morning I went early on board, resent my having shown my dislike of her "Are the other Coo-the rest of tho partyat following a girl who JI\llgCt so well to
1, this room." chose a good t'llt11I,1 made myself thoroughly surroundings\ : ? Surely there was some the hotel?" I inquired carelessly. run aWfrum me. _
Thereupon hit ,threw open the door of comfortable! when what was my indignation strange fate InlliK Why, quite by chance "Oh yes, sir, they are resting. We' don't "At al events, Janet shall see I ltunhat
.t'c' what In reality was a small dressing room and surprise to see a rush. u struggle hu.11 hit upon this same hotel ? And, above go round the town till tomorromorning I say lutt'rtd111 in frme
"Beautiful view !sire, spacious, and not in and then to hear the sonorous tones: of all, why was I glad to see her ngain glad and we've only Paris! to do after this," she mind,I (' away hours till it was
: the sun" the conductor saying: and angry, too-angry because! I was glad ? added, with a sigh of relief. "I really don't time to start for Callaz.III. .
The party appeared to me more noisy, believe I would have come if I had known
: "Very) well I said resignedly; "as it is! "There is plenty! of time, ladies and gentlemen
R only for one night I must! put up with it." ; no need to hurry." more uninteresting than before, and she tho tramping about we had to do-and then .-HOW I 8TOITKD RCXMNG.
What on earth did. the fellow mean by ,, I had fondlv hoped that I had \left these more beautiful, more queenly, more refined none of the meals regular. I's very well for The diligence arrived at last at Callaz, and
l having all his rooms occupied people behind\ ; but no-they, too, were going by contrast. )young people; it was my ) ln J o that I descended in front of an enlarged chalet
j What thane, sire?'* he next said, and Igave up the llhlnc, and they, too, were tryingto Instead of retiring to Ill)' own room, I followed p the Cooks" into the salon. The balcony India, said he'd treat m('. But there
him my card and left him to till up the secure the best seats. dace. It stood half way up'a slope, and
E customary form. I got up, half intending to go back to the which ran along outside the house! "I dare say Mr. and :\lls Smith enjoyedit behind it towered a mountain.
After reading Hunter out in various pronunciations hotel ami wait for the ,next day, but at that was soon crowded with them and this made ," said I interrupting her. On walking up to the door the first person -
i ho remarked blandly : minute I saw my stout neighbor looking me suggest to Mr. Smith a moonlight walk "Well, certainly Mr. Smith he alwaysseemed I \\was Mr. Smith s'atto in the reranj
: "There is a letter for you, sire; and I will about for n camp-stool. Next I saw Janet ".\ capital idea, sir 1 have no doubt" the td enjoy, everything. Bnt Miss- da; but I looked round in vain for anv appearance .
I'IIIt up" and presently I was refreshed look up and down the boat in n shy, bewildered whole party would like it immensely. dear me, Smith isn't the name Well, any of Janet. There was no ohnC
with tho sight; of honest l.nglblm: lean.l writing manner, to find a seat, if Possible. I "Plague take the party'I" I muttered, but hOI daresay they're both repenting it 10\\\', at least on Mr. Smith's part toward(me for
It was a letter from my mother. saw her approach mv end. and then-was I alas! too audibly, for I found! Janet nt my for poor Mr.:Smith quite broke down two he received me quite warmly.
i f J I drew up a dusty red-velvet arm-chair to mad?-I rose quickly and actually offered elbow and with a look on her face that I days ago. Two days, was It Wel: real) "Well, sir, I call this n'curious coinci
the window.nnd with the soft summer breeze my sent to one of the enemy. had not seen there before. sir, I quite lose ('OlUt dence. It's wonderful, as I said to Janetyesterday .
$t blowing in from tho Rhine read the home Janet looked up at me, and her simplicity \ She hastened to turn toward Mr. Smith, going ahont""l when she told me you had arrived I
news. I will not record all that was in It, perhaps, too, those blue eyes-melted and said in a cold voice : ', ill, then ? how friends do meet in these outlandish .
because fond mothers do write Jokllllnnr my anger. I nm tired now, and shall go to bed, really know what he is now, sir plllc.I.1 then to think of your turning
i things that cannot be repeated ; but this para !'lease do not let.mo deprive you of your and she moved, away from 1II1"t I shouldn't be surprised to hear he was in up here! Yon find me quite a sufferer.
graph amused! mo not a little: scat," she. said. "I can find another; or if .\ that minute I would have gone out en his coffin for we left him in a dirty bit of "a Mr Hllnt<,r. I's the gout ; hut there's something
"I have been in great trouble, dear Keg- not, I can go down stairs" troupe with the (oaks" if Janet would town that wln't fit for any one to be ill in. else don't tell Janet about. It's
-I i gie, with the servants. Yest'rdll'ollk gave "Indeed, you must not. You will miss have looked plen l'lt. ".\1d his: daughter she with him !I""She's >. heart, too-that's what the real mishlefl is." ,
warning because Sir Henry Sey nour's footman half the view and we are going to have UI'erfl.t managed to intercept her, however, before his niece. Oh, yes, "h1 with him I am sure Miss Smith is anxious, I said.
has jilted her and she says it will l break day." she reached\ the salon door."Are but shea! dirty\ another" sort-not tit to rough .Bless me, she isn't a Smith ; she dOsn'ttake
her heart to.S<'O daily the house where he "That's what I'\e been telling\ Janet," said you going out to-morow Miss Smith? it .in' that place at oi after our r8't She a Mor
I there cannot bo much to see at May But what was the name of the place ? I "u
Inhabits! Then Jane, you know, ihopretty the stout man "Half the battle on these mean ton father married my sister when
t housemaid, said if cook went she must occasions: is to get: n good seat and stick to ell<:t.'." nkrcl. trying not to show my" ('ngr s. she was quite young. Young people arefoolish
t t, go. 1 think this was her only reason; but it, Sit down my dear ; I always say younggentkenuen Janet turned toward me with a little look .\1.1 why were they lef alone? Mr. Hunter; but my sister Jane was
: :: the parlor maid declares she can't po. iblystayns Olllht in be lwlite tn the "ladesJauct ," I of surnrise' on her face. Then with evident B Tlic* ): called }it .ur some such name the prettiest girl at Paym-ton. )Ir. Mortonwas
I am always changing; It is: the blushed: scarlet, and not wishing to effort, she said Lima chilling tone : -nl as to stoppingvny, sir. Woks partmcsnever a clergyman ; a very' eccentric man, as
t I' first time this has ever happened, but reallyI increase her uwkwardnc-: I moved away "I do not know what our party are going stop. If somebody drops out wrl full of learning as an egg's full of meat, but
am so worried that do see mv dear buy if and sauntered up amt down thedeek. gazing to do tu-mimvrow, Goexl-nl ht. tht.'vto. "vou see it'l all contract work. no common sense, not u ,
j' you can't make Inquiries about u foreign mote at my enemies than at the view Indeed And with n motion which a queen might Sne bad111- 'e t\1 her cakes ami I left her died when Janet was gin. Ior JaIl r
Iwt cook for me, French or (;ierman. At all the noise, they made prevented much have made when di-pleased by some petty In haste. One idea possessed inc. Janet married above I year,and I lost sight of:Mr.
t events they 'could not immediately\ in sublime 1I11 1iI\tlon. At t''t'I'turn 1 took subject, Janet !swept past me, 1 leaving me was: alone with that man-that uncle ; she Morton and the: little one. He was not of '
t love if they did not know a word of 1':nglishD I also caught sight of Janet's graceful figure. piqued gad indignant with her, and angry might be in dilliculty, knowing no one, perhaps our sort, but related to the grand folks, and <
Fancy asking me to look out for a cook She sat alone and silent, for her companion with mvself. not able to speak l rl'lIchter al. I s brought up his daughter after his own "
The dear mother must have taken leave of had soon joined the merrier partv.: At last One thing: I determined that night : I was not altogether wrong J inet was fashion. However, he died at a most inconvenient
her bcnsus.I my inclination got the better of my prudence. would stay hero at May'cueetill the'Cooks"were daughter. 1 rushed back to the hotel ; Paid time i-ir. Janet seventeen,and
; looked at my watch: it was six o'clock, I went tip to her \pretending; I well out of the way. These sort of |licePiealways what they asked of me, and took the next he didn't leave penny, wa debts in
I and table d'hote\ was in 'half, an hour So I wished to see some "special spot through myglares. raced over the Colltln'nt, Afterward train to .\Ill'. I should get there that even- He wasn't a Itail man, either; bat there plenty, '".
I determined to }put off'going out till after I could easily inquire what route they inn, and might, perhaps, boot some use. not our way i>f providing for children. Well,
I dinner, and prcwred| to make myself\ as "1 hope you find your eat comfortable?" took, und then I t'mlcla\'oicl it. So I might .\11 this time 1 kept t111 to l'slftmt, of the grand i people didn't want Janet when
'. clean/ as foreign wuvs permitted. I said.\ regain the quiet und contented frame of course anyone 4 1) ; ) left they saw how the was when I heard
t At this moment I heard a clatter of many "Yes, thank you. Please let me return it mind I had In-fore) I met the party.Jood in a fLrlgl land, with rick relative, would of it I camo 1tI. ant' up the fath
footsteps the stairs; next, the music of; to you. (; heavens was 1, Reginald: Hunter, do was 11ulnJ My mother, I felt t'f'lllf1iN. furwal'll thl'l offered Janet a home.
r r t'llItI'olC, <'tt, high pitched and sonorous I refilMHl, of course, and then took theopportunity in love with "Janet Smith," one of Cook's sure, would Ito one to suggest goingto : all the thing, and wanted someone
a, f Mtund mingled t together. of observing:, her !more elusely. 1't.'r"IIallCUllthl'tt'tl Tourists The idea seeafter tlt.'m. etc, etc. It is curious how to look after me. So Janet came, and a
; At first I fancied the hou e must be on She was strangely beautiful, but not of a leas I'fl1M..lt.n'u*. 1 l laughed aloud, fancying dittleult it I, honest with one's elf! I better girl thtT can't he, though she never
fire or i perhaps| the cathedral ; but Midden- common tinier of beauty. I was: certain what my mother would wy if I Wrote did tnt ask if I should have done the same gets used to our ways quite. As the doctor
i : I ly the truth flashed upon] lie :There could that the other "Cooks" thought n great deal her this pine of news. had Janet ln-en' other than she was. ordered mo hfli be
i be no doubt about it. I was in (for u "Cook's more of a stout hi h-t.'lIlun'tl, large-eyed And yet confound it-I dreamt of Janet It was quite dark when I rudl"lIh" merrier 'Doming with f.ncClwe. ihoul but
w k 'l'Slmatlmtluch'l11mr," Abominable. girl, who was one of their party and 'upbeared that night. Getting up early tho next inorn moreover, time fine day had clouded over, it's: not bt.'rI'. She seems a 1\8f happier
Why should they travel where I was travel to bo very talkatue. But this shy : i big, after disturbed umber 1 1 Parted out and it \U" now pouring with rain. I did with me alone! up in these quiet t1
''f ing They wonKl eat everything up and, Janet was!!! evidently\ far too much above I for u long excursion, and telling 1 small not know what hotel 31 Smith- might be in I was deeply interested in b l\r.thN.
7'x. worst of all, they would \>e at the table them to IH very intpular What could be French garou. 1 met on the doorstep, that so that 1 entered the nearest one, asked if n After all I was not mistaken<; rng was a
&" d'h(te: the circumstances that had made her what 1 should nut IHJ.homo till owning, hastened 3tr, {Smith" was thl'f' and was uimvcrcdIn lady, and had been brought up Jane one.
T 'I 1 went down to the dining-room with no she was: ? aw av for I)' walk. the negative.I Where Is Miss Morton now?a I
: pleasant fecliug'and awaited their arrival "I suppose. your father often takes you When I came back l latent night the l 1-rench- hastened out again into the rain, and I\\ell. she ought to b in, for she akt'UI'
witiundisgntsettannoyance. (m they came, abroad, 1 said. man was Hill 1)1 the doorstep. He bowed tried another hotel( in the town There was the mountain some ago to WEnt the
see suet
clattering down the btairs-men, women "Mr, Smith has been here before, but I and .seized my Mick and coats, giving me this no Mr. Smith there; nut likely ho wusnt set, or something.. She needed' some fresh
ladies young gentlemen ; all In tho have not," was the reply gratuitous piece of information : the big hotel, it umilouutmf the town l\mr- air I told her for last night she'f''I(1
highest of spirits, und, us 1 had foreseen Janet Smith"! I wtubtruckdumh.: "Nti itli' L Uadian1 ttt tret- tnuujille ready to h'utlJ.' everything. seemed such an inappropriate name for this tttur let C\t\ >fne$ *M jxirtlt, reached mv j"lrt'1" /HII I heartily wished 11\\ \' nWI\'I" Mr. Smith was ans-
A waiter assigned lime u lil'at. and I found beautiful' girl. After time started another 1 I had \ulh..1 nmurnhm lu'rrlvedutl.u ). go in: of his niece Be
'li\' 'between the I lost of the ('dok" and subject. II.- '\SISI ArttK mitR: I twt, to time klu, and, its I win forced to (1111 could rein**,quest I hastened .
a: "'ery 'tl''ar old lady traveling with a com "laniMirry I tore your dress y<*tenlay. :: Strange perversity of human natureu! ([Hit \tll'rl" changed my dripping things.Hfore More than half way up the mountain away. was
ii nlomi, I had intended to devote myself to You must think mo very stupid.!" I I I MHiner was I quite sure of Mng freed from i I a.ked tho question oiieo more?" covered with snort turf, at tint intermixedwith
the old lady, but was forced to give up th! "It did not matter: the returned. "I'!' my (,'11mi-than I felt a sitting de>lr to run Was I there u I f. Smith In tho hotel?" t.'wtr and brushwood Then these
and seek ome! amusement on tho mended it early this morning, l before I wentto :I| after tht'll. just for the | | of asking I "Certainly ; -,tout t nlll'IhI: had\ ceased, All'It'' came over boul-
oilier bide. The! tongues were soon unloosed the cathedral," Janet lofurxhe me. 1lll Iull.inteinwly been 111, und\ 11 )'mO ) \\lth him, TliUitrvly lh'r !mdse Mount' ,upon \ r.U the Alpine .
k mid would have drowned the noise eta bat- "Did yon go with all the O>o-all tho foolish that 1,tried to forget the whole episode ; wu my ) ; MI I found curd' ro e. Further (111"1"\
s tie. 1 believe. party ?" I added, hastily. tried by a great deal of sight-"eciug to drh" and\ told the waiter to ask' If I mltfht see the ceased l entirely, and' ttt mountain crest rose\
At the head of the table l sat the conduct Janet blushed again and I could have Janet's imago out of my head. ady. I waited l 'In (et crisis lIII1tt'll' ul'i' In lure ruArediieM, in the .kJ would
or; a clever looking man, who kept the two kIlOt'kt'out 11IhrulnJ! at my stupidity And yet why was it that 1 could M well t he welter emrte b.u('and ,,.I),, II' certainly' not have reached". nf
young; ladles" at his: fide In fits of laughter I And yet, after all, Janet was a "Oook." recollect (\1'1' teature of her face\ and call I to low him.I She must lie seeing the sun fO
Hut the chief of the conversation was "No. 1 went ulone; there are some thingsone mind even turn of her head and' lima I w.i hown lulu I nuill ittlng-room, lit crawy slope| for the .set cloudless, 1
kept: up by a little red-haired JUan, whose likes to see by un e'* etf- *t cathedral, \'r'expn.ion of her ,t"1 blue eye? 1 ip with par ; II wu" empty' ; but thrl WM"'urlI. listenedI onJ: ut I .h1 the rliuibin n much
every word elicited roars: of merriment. The for instance, or a beautiful view" still ,t wondering at incongruity ofthat \ Ut,kct mi he( litl.li'. and "\'rl'' tNmtukst than \ having
ii i, young ladies nudged each other aud giggled, "Certainly, uuless accompanied by a very girl" with htrturrouudings. I iiiuuip! I wu'rllypcrlon ;; nnd' I this' \-"r' llltkuI proT' !miysrlf(). not an alpeu'rIlE -

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.' fctock. 1 planted my nailed boots firmly I I I back at once and would give Janet a honi UOINU NI11tlil.lAttt'e 1 tl West&Hay llrunswick: street ; also Railroad at Ticket corner OfficeMaoon lay ;:'t7-JiIti.tN LiN1"CAS
->i\\; into the progressed steadily. something turned up I determined t tn Oeala.........,..... ...... ...... ......5.45 n.tn.Leave niiil l streets and nt Ticket Olllcc{ \ FlorMA '
At last I reached\ a kind of ledge, or hot.I leo if that "something" might( not be- Orange Lake ..................... 7.20 a.m. (logan't'lttrallkl'cJt ,Jacksonville, Kin..TAS. ] ; ......
: low and turning round for a moment, beheld hardly dared to say the word even to mysel Leave Loihloosa................... ..... $.ao: aa11. L. TAYLOR) :, --Y "
the grent I'IIOW range of the Mont lihuu, Will you come and see the sunset once Leave Hawthorne........................ !U5 a.m. General Passenger Agent. jjJ
and further back the St. Ilcrnanl groupdoodled ] more on this last evening 1 said to Jane' Leave :Santa Fe........................... 0.15 nan tl. :S. IIAIXKS: General/ Manager. 301CKSONVIi.i.1 .uu
.i I in the wonderful crimson glow well I promise to see that you do not again fall.! Arrive 11'aldu.lunctiau.... .......... 10.15 a.m.FKHXAXDIXA -, -- --- -- ---
;; ; known to Swiss travelers, perfect earthly; Janet was sitting in the veranda, lookin ; I'1NS.ICOT.A AXD ....
: I felt sad and dejected. She had tried to avoid mall .
paradise. Was Janet seeing it too? ------- J RlIl1I:1lAIL11'AY.'On'and .
//rff sure she would appreciate it. Hut where day, but now she was forced to answei U. !H. )(.\11. STiA.USIIII'S_
., ? was she ? Had I missed her? Above me i avery Yes-if you wish it." : &: JACKSOXVILLK alter Monday, May :l. 1881! Trainon -* ---
r. steep bit of climbing, and over that When we'reached the soeno of the aeci UAI LUOAD. this road will run daily as follows\ : :
;,: iY" another ledge. dent wo sat down and both of us turned' 1101 xu WHST. Will leave( Cedar Key

.}J Suddenly I saw' high above me. the flutter our eyes toward the glorious snow ranges. In iff: <'rt Miy Cth, IMl.HOIXU Leave I Lake City..........12.30: p.m. KVElfY ,
\\4\! of a dress. I could not quite dUtinguisl( which would soon be !flooded with ruby Leave Welliorn:........... I.20: pan. FOll XKW: OULHAXS "''T-: OT1IKHF1MDAY

i $ who it was, yet I felt sure it must be Janet. light. Lcavcllou'-tim\ ......... ... 1.38 p.mArrive .
COfTII.Leac .
: Miss ) have von avoided in '
she Morton why
I waved mv arm, and then whether -
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was startleti( or whether she slipped over all day?" I said at last but she only turned 1.\tIIl\llItinn..11.1O a.m. ,t 5."o: p.m. Live; Ol\k.- :2.tsl! p.m. -

something I know not, but at that, minute: 1 I her head away. i.ave Hart's Road......11.43a.m.15.01.: : p.m. Leave Live Oak.......... '!.::O p.m.
saw her fall. She made violent ellbrt tcsave Janet," I said eagerly, making a desperate Arrive Jlltklnn\.ilIe..l.50: p.m. .t- ".(n5 p.m. Leave Cutter:. ......... ..... :2.4rt pan_ ____ ,_ FOll KEY W1MT: : AXD HAVANA

herself but let go her alpenstock, which plunge and taking her hand almost: forcibly anise KOIITII. i-cave i'Kllavillo.......... :3.30p.m.: KN'KllY: OTHKU SATtlKDAY.TAKSOXS .
f' rolled from her. 'Then losing "Janet, won't 'ollsay that you arc a i
rapidly away Leave Jacksanville..2I1; : a.m. &. :>.HI p.m. Leave lladi5Oh..3 1.45: p.m.
a ; all control, half over rolled her down movements the fearful, she deeliv halfslipPII little"I sorry 8UI'r\-\'f\to 14.'I\\-lhi\' sorry.place" ? Leave Hart's Road.,...9.! i.; 11.111. A: .1.15; p.m. Leave: l n'l. \\m-: : 5.45:; t p.m.:---- .

r' ity. I was some way off; also she was not! Will 'oll'not come back lH'xtcar. and Arrive Feruandina..10.i: a.m. \: UtI.p.llI. I Leave. .\\I.iIIl\f.( :..__(5,10\.. p.m. .___ & HALK: Agents

1 just above me but somewhat to the right see this same beautiful sight?" Double Trains daily except 1II111ny.I Leave 1)rifon............ 0.40p.m. !M3t Cedar Key. Fin.

f where no second (ledge; would stop Itercourse. Next \'l'lIr1" Leave Montiecllo[ ......... 5.50( p.m. ------ -
In instant I made mind "Yes, \with me. Janet, have I not sail -- ----
an my
up :
I rushed on n** fast as "ible in a downward that I love you in everything but in words ? Leave: Lloyd's; ,.:.....:..: 7.15p.m.: SUMMER NJIIIanll.l %
I ... .... .
Leave L'hlliI'Ps'. .
direction to the right. In this way I might Those!! I dared not say t for fear of you looking \ ---- -
I .perhaps reach some point where I could at me as you once did. Hut now I must AT KEKXANPIXA. t., ; Tallahassee; .:... 8.25 pan. TIlE STEAM Emil:

stop her descent. ]If not, she might be killed speak-Janet, Janet, if vou will give nu, With New York and Fernandina Steamship I.'ilyl''Taliahmassc......... 8.50 p.m. .......
or seriously injured by striking againt some leave, I promise you shall) never forget. having Line from Xew York on Tuesday: at 0a. ) Leave: Midway I ........... 0.3!) p.m. ., .' '. -

I'4 boulder. I flew on, keeping} my eyes on her come here." m. or ".00 1'. in., and for New York on Ix'rtve (Juiney( .............10.28: : p.m. {t ST. JOHNS k {t CITY -OINT J}
:4 $ Now and then she was partially !stopped bv Janet turned toward me with a glowing Thursday alter arrival of afternoon trains. Leave )It. I'h.IllInt..lI.01 v_______,* -
some small\ hit pediment, but again precipitated face ; she knew what I meant now and yet 11'ithGcorgiaaud Florida\ Inland Steamboat p.m. -
downward by the struggles she made she hesitated. Company from Savannah daily except Arrive: ( hnttl lliver..1L50_ i p.inTItOIMt .
to regain her footing. Hut )Ir. Hunter, some day ,'olllllay regret Monday[ ; for Savannah) daily except. Sunday.
WIT: -KT. MMIKS WVISinX.Tuftilait .
It takes a long time to describe, but it did having fallen\ in with one of Cook's With Charleston Steamer from. Savannah v
not take many moments to reach a spot be- tourists" and Charleston on ,relh1l'Iclanl11: Sunday ; ( Thurtilays tad Sntunlny*.),

low, only just in time to catch at her dress., "Xo, indeed Janet never, if only you. for Savannah and Charleston) : TlIl'IIIIIIItHI. in :Tallahassee....................... \iK( a.m.
1 Hilt alas\ l 1 hl\lllIot had time to secure my will let me be in future the pl'r80n"l'on. Friday. Leave Chattahoochce........ ..........10.10 a.m.

own footing ; I was dragged by her weight ductor !I"I With Steamer Flora from St. Mary's( River Arrive. St. Marks[ ...........................10.35: _a.m.._
that 1 1 .
much to add --- -- --- -- --
have not except leave Fcniamlina Jacksonville
and Friday for ------- -- -- -------- ---- !
and fell, still retaining my grasp, however.A Landings Wednesday: ; WILL
violent effort in which every muscle of traveled back with Mr.( Matthew[ and Janet i :St. Mary's River landings on Sunday andWednesday. iioixii KAHT. Palatkannd intermediate landings .
my body seemed to bo exerted and then I and that she and I found so much to say to Leave Chatta. River..... 4.30a.m.: on the St. John's River, and Savannah
managed to cling to the ground, and throwing each other that! I am sure the poor mar AT CALI.AHAX. Leave Chattahoochce... .1.3911.nl.! and Charleston, as folows : .

out my left arm, clutched at the boulder. thought London us very she dull to\ (ompI1lWe: Mr. Matthew'-partedin To and from :Savannah: at 10.15 a. in. and Leave Mt. Pleasant..... 5.15a.m. :From FernandinaFOll

We were saved ; no fear now of again slipping hospitality till I could accept arrange "something'for 2.20: p. m. Leave! Quincy:..::. .:.:..: 5.52'a.m. -' --
,noulder, for Janet's curiously alpenstock enough had been caught.I very. )her, and I home to my dear mother, tfhi AT HILDWIN, > I..t., Leave... .Midway........... 0.41 a.m.. ,
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secured it, and planting it firmly in the was almost too much surprised to speak tome To and from Tallahassee at 12,20: noon Arrhe Tallahassee: ....... 7.30: a.m. .ii- EVERY WKDXI-MDAY.-fK:: :

ground, managed to raise Janet. She was when I appeared unannounced. Why and 1.00 p. m. Leave 'l'atllmiluasee..S.Ot) a.m.Leave ':From FernandiimFOll
fr a few moments quite stunned, but happily had I come home so sUlhlen1'Vh\' hadI t AT LOCIILOOB\..\., ( : :::- .i--; ---
not answered her two 1\8t letters! ? To (Chalres': ..,.... 8.13
had not fainted. Very soon she looked these questions 1 replied by making a clean With Steamer Alpha for all points and Leave Llu .ll'lI.............. {0.08 a.m. SAVANNAH AXI. CHARLESTON
up and recognized me. landings\ on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular .
"Thank you," she said, siniplv. "It was breatof the whole story, and though my Railroad. Train. Leave Monticcllo( ......... 0.00a.m. ;:t 1-JWEHY I.'UWA Y. t% _

so very horrid going down like that and not mother was at first tl'rrib1alarm'll as tti' Leave Drifton.............. 1>..1,111.111. Close connection mado with steamers for
what Janet was like and in her heart blamed) AT OCAI.A.
being shuddered[) one's self. much she could Leave A lid IIn.............10.10 a.m. M'rllonvillo and Enterprise! also with steamers -
She a little, then with a great the dear girl; very yet say With Stage Line to and from llrooks\ille Leave o ireenvillc.........10.35:{ a.m. for Oeklawaha lliver :t also ut Savannah
effort she rose, but was trembling too much nothing hastily. daily except Sunday. -.. -- with steamers for New York, Philadelphia,
"Mother[ must sec her before you Leave\: Madison; .....::..:.:11.10
to walk alone. She was thus forced to take you Tuesday, Thursday and !Saturday: from a.m. Jloston and Ilaltimore and at Charleston! with
hold of my arm and we proceeded very blame me. \ ou will find her a lady: 'ln every I Ocala) and Tampa on Mondly',1Vepinwdu.) Lestvc ]":llaville.12.5\ i p.m... (0.30a.m.: steamers' for New Yori4\ Philadelphia, Hllli.IIlOrl' -

slowly with the aid of the alpenstock. I do sense of the word, and time only person be and Friday. Leave Culler- ............... 1.22: : p.llI. and,with Northeastern tt: South Carlo-
not think I objected nt all to this state of ever met in all the world worthy to your lina Kailroads for routes North taut: and
Resides did not tell\ mo'to AT cr.n.vu KEY, F 1.\., Arrive Live Oak..... .. 1.401'.111. ,
things ; I felt so proud of having been of use daughter. you Leave Live Oak..... 2.10 West.FIUSTCLASS.
travels ?" With !Steamer; Miller to and from Pcnsaco- : JII. __
to her of her baud look out for a' Cook' in my .::::. _
.. -so proud having on my
, arm. My mother being, quite the best woman la Monday and Friday. Leave Houston....,...... 2.32 p.m. ASSKXOKU;; : { ACCOMMODATIONS. ( .

Kcforc we had reached the end of the slope) in existence, at once wrote to invite Janet to With Steamers Clinton and Morgan for Leave Welliorn............ :3.H p.m.. ) .

she was forced sit down and rest, and then come and stay t with her ; and then-hut that i ii New Orleans: on Friday ; from Xew Orleans ArriveLake- City.........111.45: p.m. Through Tickets and Staterooms secured

I was able to say a few words. i is hardly necessary to write down. Yet she on Saturday ; from Havana and Key West, --- --.._------ .. ... -- ..-..--.. --.------.---- L\11111l1l information furnished at olllee{ \ corner
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"I cannot imagine ]how you ventured so did say one day : on Friday ; for Key Went and Havana, on (JOIMI i\rtl'. -ST. M.\IIKS l'IYIi'llnS. Centre and Second. streets.20ly .
"Indeed, Reggie I am quite satisfied:! with Saturday.
high-and alone tool" U, A. NOYJ5S.Tor .
I was led on further than I meant to go ; your choice. You could not have obeyedme With Florida & 1I11"nl1lIail :SteamshipCompany's :: : ( ( Tucf
it seemed easy to climb. 1'esidcs, everythingwas more suitably" :Steamers for Key West and Tampa Leave !St. Marks......... ......... ........12.05 a.m. Taiuiui iiutl c Key West,
.. so beautiful So Janet and 1 were married, even beforeI on Monday and Thursday. LeanWakulla.......... ................12.30: a.m.Arrhe .
You might have told one you were leaving was!, twenty-five years old, for Mr. Smith With :Steamer::: Enterprise( for point: on the Tallahassee! ............ ...... 1.40p.m. v1.1r'1t1111'.i.
Aiglc last night," I said suddenly an had )left his niece a nice little income. Andif SmvanncG River, on 'lInll'-Icl: l\1I at I n! u. m. .. _. ,.1111..11.. COSJAUUYIXa LINE'
injured tone. Janet looked up wit h'n smile. beautiful, loving and perfect wife can For information respecting. l'UUtralt.! l"ONNlCTiuNS.) : .

I did not see the use" hc replied.\ make man an exemplary creature, then Ifeel etc., apply to Both Kast and West bound trains meet at
sure I must comoumler that title* At A, O. JJ\C.l) : >OXKLL: ,
lint if I said that I sav the use? Live Oak and connect with 2:15 train on Savannah ti
"Then you should not ; you must not say all events, I know that I have never regretted (kn'l'I'idet iuid Pass. Agent. I Florhla.Clt'fII Railroad for '- /
that. Oh, Mr. Hunter, indeed you shoulilnot : having fallen in with one" of ''Cook'sPersonally D. MAXWELL., Gen'l Supt. :21 :.Savannah: ami Alhany.Passengers \\

have come on, because you lire different/ Conducted Tours. -The Aryvsy. for Chattahoocliee River hunts

from us. It is i us, for though I have been -. -- -- -. - AVAXNAIL FLORIDA: & WESTERN connect with steamer Rebecca Kvcringham: -
brought up elsewhere, yet my uncle has Ila II roads.rMME I RAILWAY.IVaycroNN every Thursday \iialachicola, Kin., and .
been very good to me-so very good that in -- -- .- -- -.- -- < every Saturday for Columbus, ( la., and Kufanla : -
future his:' home shall be my home and his: CARD Short IJuc.' Ala.Connects. ( THE: II, S. MAI1O ,..
people)' people." : with steamer (i. (innby Jordan it
t I was deeply) touched by Janet's noble nature OK THE every Sunday for Apalachicola, I Fla.: anil ', -. '
\ On and after June IhSI Passenger '
; it only: made mo feel how innately Sunday :w. very( Tuesday for Columbus I mid Kufaula: Nl': of the staunch and elegant fiteamert
superior she was to myself and that her ATLANTIC, GULF & WEST INDIA TRANSIT Trains will run daily over the Way- Ala of the above Lino will leave Cedar Key

, heart agreed with her outward appearance.We RAILROAD cross Short Line as follows : Connects at Lake City with trains on the every Monday at:00: pp. m., for
t r were obliged to proceed. Janet fearing fast:. Mail..laack'ville Klorid.i Central Hail road 1 for Jacksonville
her uncle would be anxious. We found him PENINSULAR RAILROAD, 1'.xpress. mid St. Johns IJIver. Kernandina Cedar 1'.llm, .Manatee,
Leave Jacksonville.... 7.j.1:{ a. m. 5.25p.m.: .
had been
in corridor the end of which
a long Key. WILLIAM O. AM KM,
given up to him, it being quieter than the ( II'uhlo Branch,) Arrive Jllck1lull.ille.1.101'/ in. H.10) a. m.Leave General Passenger Agent. And Ilrnhloiitowii,
Callahan......... //'I..I 12 a, nt. (fI.:!: p. m.
f, common sitting room. Janet \yent up to AND .. .. .. .. .. and at 4-00)(
-- - --- ----- Monday/and: Thursday :
Arrive 11'uycross..11.07 a. in. 0.15! p. m. every
him in affectionate he
a gentle as
manner Itltoi* and Oroaii SIcamhoalN.MALLORY'S .
FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE: Arrive .T :! 11.05) p.m..for
( !Up..I:1.1: noon. III.
p. .
anxiously) asked what had delayed her. .. .. -
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Dear uncle I missed my footing and-I RAILROAD.In Arrive ]Itrunswick..... (0.<$) p. m. 5.JJO: a. m.Arrive 'uinl
liiiiIn ItaNNii Kry Went.
think Mr. Hunter saved rn" ife." Savannah....... 3.1/01'/ m. :2.00 tt. In.
Mr. Smith forth"profuse thank Leave Savannah for
poured T
and inquiries so that I was forced to spend Effect May 6th, 188!. Florida................. 1.20p.m.:! 10.311 p. tit. 1'LQRll.t S'I"ISIIIII.INI':.
the with I foundS Arrive Macon........... 7.m 1'. m. 7.(1011. m. Connections made) at Cedar:: Key with the
evening them whereupon -
out kind sensible Janet's undo Arrive Charleston..... \/.:;) p. JII. K.50 n. m. Florida Transit Railroad from and to'all
what a man
"How it I could have GOING SOUTH. Leave Charleston fur Only IHrcct Line to X('w York. jMilnts North and West ; at I'untlHItIlHn.. with
was. was ever thoughthim
Florida................. 7.10 n. m. 3.3I'. In. Steamer for Fort Jlyera,- Fort Ogden, and
troublesome When he .
a neighbor? retired Leave Fernandina...... ...... ..... 'J.OOa.m. Pine Ievel.Through.
to rest I was left a few minutes with Leave Hart's Road............... ........ 0.47 n.llI. Arrive Atlanta_......... 3.5Uu.111. 12.51)nnon: Tickets Hale at Fernandina
Janet. Leave Cullahan.......................... 10.52a.m. Arrive Augusta .........10.001'.11I. 4.15 p. mil. Jacksonville arc(Juincsville I on and Cedar-
"I hope you will believe in future that I Leave Dutton.............................11.22 a.m. Arrive Montgomery... 8.00 p. m. Key ,at greatly reduced, rates for, nil
: principal
am to be of use! :Miss\ : \lorton-nn 1 Leave Brandy Branch ................11.3H a.m. Arrive 11'ushingtoi.,0.8)aiii.! 11.111 1 u. in. points oit the Gulf Coast.!! .

that I shad not find you gone when I wake Leave Baltl wIn ..........................12.03 1'.111.I..cu Washington daily J. OALPHIN..
up to-morrow morning?' ve Maxvillc: ..........................12.33: p.m.jcavc U. & P. H...............10.00 1'.11I. 10.30 a. in. 13: Cedar\ hen'Ag't Key 1'Ia.BHT. .,

This time Janet was not repelling in her Lawtey ............................. 1.13 p.m. Washington daily TllK: FIXE! STEAMSHIPS, ,
voice. Leave Temple's........................... 1.1) 1'.111. (limited express)..... (o.: Ill..Ar. .
Perhaps it would "bo better if we found Leave Starke .............................. 1.38 p.m. New York daily, Wi.STiit.V: : 'I'EX.iS.C.t MAUY'M JII.lm't
P. It. 11.................. 'i..r: 5.20 .
a. m. : iii.Ar.
.. .. ..... ........ p.
you gone. ,eavo Thurston .. : ? 1.51 p.m. 1'1'. HINEH I I ,: :,
; Will you let mo be thc'judgc?'' and as Lca'c.aldo................................ 2.34: p.m. h'cw York daily, S'I'Rl) KiT"l I-\.N" .
"' .., she did not answer I need hardly say that I Leave Gainesville....................... 3.31) 1'.111. (\limited express: )..... 3.511<11'. in. 4'ITY' 01' ALLAN.

did not pack up my portmanteau that night. Leave Arredondo ............... ......... 3.52 p.m. Express: daily. .
All doubts and misgivings had flown away. Leave liatton.............................. 4.07p.m. Fast Mail daily except :ouIIIIII: )'. 15.11''. ItlHK.ONK .

loved Janet, and 1 fancied\ that this evening Leave Archer............................. 4.2: !) '.III. '1'DII-:.
she was not quite BO indifferent to rue. .cave llronson ........................... 5.01p.m. To Savannah....... ........................ 71 hours : of the above Steamers will leave.
... ... .. To New York J7i hours for New York every Thursday ':::: k -"
I had just fallen into a sound slumber that Leave Otter Creek ..... .... :;.401.ln.
A To Mucon .................. ............... hours on arrival of afternoon trains Iron
night when I was roused by a loud knocking Leave 1'osewood..... ................... 0.10 p.m. 12: !! Jacksonville; TIIK HTKAMEJM
To .Augusta................................ hours. and Cedar Key.This .
at my door. Would I get up and come Arrive Cedar Key........................ J.55 p.m. 14J S )
having; no transfers to make
hours. t' L <) It Ii .HAKTIIA
Washington! ,
to Mr. Smith at once? I hurried on my
clothes and was soon atr Mr. Smith's door, .. Cedar Key......................... :;.30 a.m. To To Charleston Atlanta...-......11 U U hours.THItOUOH hour. Cantahi& ( liicif VIIIIHO.V.. Ciintulri__. _... _______ .

where Janet met me, looking pale and ]eavo Ito wood.......................... 0.10 a.m. AND NEW; YORK, -

frightened."Oh Leave Otter Creek........................ 7.00 a.m. KLKKI'KKS.: : : yarn DAILY SEItVICK'tisg! : .
Mr. Hunter forgive me for sending Leave Bronson................ ......... 7.42a.m. 0lfcro theI1KST
for you but you said-I went in to give my Leave Archer.............................. 8.10a.m. $& Jacksonville to Charleston.TJacksonsille -
uncle some medicine at one o'clock and I Leave liatton .............................. 8.38 a.m. ',,: \ to Macon ; AND CHEAPEST; :: 'J'H.\ HI'OH'fA.. The I'loruleaves Fernunilina (lir Ht.Mvrv'eItlver
called him "but he did not move. 1 fear he Leave Arredondo ........................ 8.58 a.m. ;; :Jacksonville to Montgomery.Passengers TIOX TO FLORIDASHIPPERS.. landings every Monday, Wedn*uav

has fainted. Leave Gainesville....................... 0.35 a.m. and I"ridar-tl.turulllg. on TuewJay.Thurs;
I went with her to her uncle's room; the Leave Waldo ..............".......... .10.30 a.m. taking the Savannah tleelcrand Vegetable and Fruit will nit-lve specialcare | day and aturtla)'.
mistress and the master of the hotel were Leave Tb unJton...........................10.54 a."". arriving at Savannah at 2.'$) a. h,., may in bundling. The Martha leaves Fernandina for ham
there both being most kind and attentive. Leave Starke...............................11.11 a.m. remain in the ear until the usual hour of point every 1'uesilay'rhursduy and Saturday -
Janet and I went up to his bedside ; I I.eave Temple's..........................10.20 a.m. rUing, in the morning. 7 u. m. PASHKNGKK;: : ACCOMMODATION'S AUK: -returning every :Monday. Wednesday .
touched his hand it was cold as death. I Leave Lawtey .. .........................11.37 a.m. Only one change of ran to New York. FIRST-CLASS. and Friday.
looked in the faces of those about me. and Leave Maxville ...........................12.2U p.m. l'assengersgoiugtu :Montgomery New
then I saw that honest kind-hearted Mr. Leave Haldwin'.....,..................... 1.101.lu. Orleans take the evening; train. offered the advantage Through Hill or Ludlum;
Smith would never wake again in this Leave Brandy Branch................. 1.28 p.m.Leave Passengers from lino of Transit Hail road traveling publln are
world. Janet bunt into tears when the saw take the evening train at Callahan at 0.2.5 ; of it DIRECT: LINK, WITHOUT by MALLORY'S LINE: of SU-amen. t.. all
Dutton _........................... 1.41 p.m. CHANGES.: Connection made at
the" look on toy face .eave Cullahan' .......................... 2.2'lp.ln. p. m, ANY Fernundinu with all stearnlxsats for all [ oints on the St. MuryV., .
He was so good, so kind to me, the repeated. .eave 1 lart'. Road: ...................... 3.25 p.III. Passenger (rom line of Jacksonville, iVn- ioinU the St John's Ockluwuhu and
l. Dear, dear uncle I" Arrive Fernandina ..................... ".fJO 11.111. sacola Mobile Itailroad either take trainat Indian on River and with ,the Tram-It ,Railroad Close ('unnectlonmudu
The funeral as very quiet, for Mr. Smith Live Oak: leaving :2.45 Jm.. and arrivingat -
had few relations. His married) sister's/ > husband : Trains daily except Sunday.PKXIXSULAU Suvunnuh at 2.00 a. mm,., or train at Jacksonville at Fernundhia for all railroad, stations with the New York Charleston and
arrived the day of the funeral much leaving at 7.35 a. m. and arriving at and Gulf |Iort in "1'Jorida Savannah Stcuijiers.

perplexed at finding himself( ) in a foreign Savannah at 3 p. nt.
land and having;: a young lady to see after. I Connecting at Savannah with nUmmern fur FREIGHT: AND PASSENGER: RATES: (HOOf ACCOMMl>DAT10N'rf
wondered how he managed to reach Callaz.C' New York. Philadelphia, Ho ton and Haiti- AS IOWH IIY IXD1RECT:( LIXES.
Janet let me arrange everything fur her, and ( Wald Ilsa /u.) more. for Passenger. xl'unlvut..t" aid Tourist .

the English: ladies ut the chalet were very ootro IIOCTU. Connecting at Charlmton with trimmer ;fir-Through Hate and hills of IadIJig will find this a very attractive trip, u.. tl>t
kind to her.' It would have been' difficult to for New York Phibdelphiaaml lUltliuim. to all |' >inU. 1-} scenery U grand and ulligutor\ nlt uth"
be otherwise to the gentle beautiful girl .save Waldo Junction... 2.45 p.m. Train on llruiuu k k A Albany lUilroad For lu-Hsuge or further In format ion, upply game are nbuadant.jfif .
who 1 lonely. Leave Santa Fe...................:....... 3.18 p.m. 'leave Junction iLtily (except Sunday) for to Hither of the abuts Hti-unic cunlutrtirt.il be
We appeared to know each other during 1. ave Hawthorne...................... 4.u3j: >.m. ItruiMwtik, ut -&.') p. m. Jl. W. OUTHWICK, .tgt'nt. for excursion I.ntlc..t| airy time.
that: week as we could have done under no Leave Inchlolsa..................... -t.') p.m. Through Tickets "ht! to all jw.intu, und t' rlluJillillu.C. For further' inforiuutl) sip l>ljr t<)
other circunitlll1nd when all was Leave Orange: Lake..._................ 5.11 p.nm. Sleeping-Car' Merits rnt-rvwl at the Haruu II. MALLOUY A CO.." A. li, N12r3 U J' .!t'A'\.1It,

over, and Mr. Matthew toM me he inut go rrheOvaln........ ................ 7.1.11' 1..lu. uah, )"llJrl,1.4 A: West tern )JUIlway offl v, Xo. I1er yt Ki Klvtr New York. 2-if ::5v2 l't'ru4\nd4Uio. ..,.- ,, 118K1

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I I' THE FLO.IUDA i. MIKHOH.: cut wealth of the State" ;is in Orange I county: NO TOil IIT1'. show tut entire unacquaintancc) with the But the South occupies a peculiar position' ,

; The Dili advantage Is said to be : "It will One) who has known Guiteau for many position of the case, and of the earnest and and is world.undergoing The a lawless trial, so element to speak, ,though beforetime !

t SATURDAY, AVGUST, 1l 81. .I'nllbrd to the tourist the most desirable i picas!! years! attributes his attack on the President unceasing efforts made by Mr. Hull ansi our but a fragment of the whole, gives a false

i I : -_ -.- -- -. -. --. -.- tire. trip, nnd to the invalid the only mountaii to desire to achieve notoriety. This v/ould Senators to obtain favorable action upon Coloring and a wrong impression of the largo
I ; A FLANK MOVEMENT FROM air to be found In Florida." !seem, at (the first blush, to bo far too weak n this. meritorious but difficult chai nu. Its present and intelligent majority. It is not so in the
North crime committed there is fastened
OKO11GIA. I The Iro, l'ectus'eA its! this assuring statement motive to induce a man to commit a crime favorable position is due to the intervention kingly;upon the person, who commits it, but

1 The astute managers of the Savannah, : which he knew would, If successful, bring of the Spanish government through its in the South it attaches to the whole people.Guiteau .
That the road will be built is him to the however ministers shot the President, and' he alone i is
Florida: &. Western! Hailroad: and their predecessors a foregone speedily' gallows. Looking, nt Washington.lllHTOltlAL !!
: have long desired to annex Florida conclusion, Such has! been the hap-hazari at the condition of Northern society, held responsible for the deed.. Hud ho been
and Democrat the
a :Southern man n whole
to their system, and make Savannah the manner of projecting railroads heretofore in the prominence given .to every species of ISIOXD1NCEDROcTIr South would have been censured.: Until we

w, objective! point of the trade of Florida. By Florida that there is no real trunk line yd crime, the greediness with which every horrible pass' the period when the many nre made to

the building c&thc Wnycross Road the travel projected cxcrjit tin's, unIt the.whole net-work dl'taills sought out, the way in which IX GKOP.OIV: -GROWTH ANP .; Ttn" share the crimes of the fe\v} behooves every
R .
i'' from Live Oak seemed to assume! secondary of projected roads, as well ns!' th'ose in operation the public mind I is educated tip by the pul I'KL-E OF ATLANTA-THE EXPOSITION- change Southern! the man status to shape(the South his course unfortunately so as to ,

importance. arc only feeders to the line. lie press to take absorbing! interest in the TIn rVMHERtAM: MOl'NTAtX" occupies before the world. The law-abiding

:I The Jacksonville," Pensacola & Mobile "The initial point i is!! Jacksonville\ the com greatest crimes, it is not so certain, that the SEWANEK:: :, TJxN., August 1, 1881. and /law-loving element must make the lawbreaking -

Hailroad: having passed into new hands, the mercial emporium of the State: and soon to love of notoriety was not the prevailing moth In }passing! through Georgia and Tennesseethe few understand that they are doing
be the Inrgctt city south of Baltimore on the mischief to the country, and their lawless:
I. to the crime. effects of the drouth from which
business of Middle Florida was no longer in e long
4 Atlantic t seaboard.e acts m ut!! cease.
connection with, the Georgia lines, if the "' advise(! all our renders to take the prospectus There seems I in some( minds i almost a passionate tho e states have been suffering, was very

i; t management preferred to strengthen their cum grano RllillJla\'in/ in view that desire to attract public attention. noticeable. The country, nevertheless, looks INDIAN NAMES.
interest in Florida. Great criminals lire more likely to live in very well. The peach crop appears to have
I the Midland Hailroad would cost ovrr seven Editor Alaclinn Advocate !
:, TIle Savannah, Ii1loridaVetern !seemed Millionfdollan.\ With the exception of the public remembrance than great men, nnd, at been almost an entire failure, although some In connection with the l>i\ ton puuhase,

likely to be confined to such business as it name of the engineer, we have no statement all events, it seems to many weak-minded good fruit was on sale at Atlanta at about conic up numerous hitherto almost unknown -
i might receive from its Jacksonville!\ con nee- people something to be talked of to be gazed four dollars per bushel. The Atlanta people places with Indian names.
It has land
ns to the corporators. no grants, It; is remarkable, and much to bo regretted
L, tion. But this evidently did not suit the nnd \\e'should judge has little present, existence at, fo have one's picture a prominent objectof anticipate n very large attendance nt their that a land so rich in Indian associations

i ; views of Mr. Plant and his ssoc at's. We in the attention, to be the prominent figure on Exposition in October, nnd no doubt, their I as Florida should as it becomes settled -
except prospectus.The
find them moving for n Florida connection the public stage even for a brief hour. This expectations will be reali/cd. A new hotel either ignore entirely, or translate the
(Great Southern ilal I road, said to havebecti Indian of rivers lakes, creeks and
on two )lines, one looking to the extension recently sold to somebody( ( the Semi- passion is: seen developed everywhere in of very large capacity is going up near the regions' ,names many 01'wlmleim, have romantic or

from Bainbridge to the Chattahoochce, toI' Trol'icnllIow building, tile Jacksonville it connection with this event. The doctors:! Exposition: Grounds, nnd other arrange historic: associations that would lend a charm

connect with the Atlantic & J'emmcolHall: Peace Creek, and the Southern lai I rotl.: nil who attend the President, the nurses who ments being made to accommodate the expected and give a touch of poetry where now all is!

I' road, now building ; the other to reach the are organized, und to some extent in the /Held. take care of him, the doorkeepers: nnd guards crowd. It i is to be hoped that the )poorest Indians! prose.was by The no means language harsh of the or Florida unpronounceable -

;. interior and southern portion of Florida. All these projects cover essentially the same everybody, feels! I his importance in connection people of Florida will take immediate stepsto but soft and musical, and their

i .' The ground being fully occupied by three with the President's attempted a!'sn si.nation. have the minerals, timber and productions names, as in all Indian tongues arc dcscripfive. ,
grou I I((1. ___ __ ___________
of the State well illustrated. A *
or four proposed lines, of which the Florida Some people even: are attemptingto happy ,
f < Tropical' was the most advanced and the TIll ATLANTA EXPOSITION. achieve notoriety suggesting terrible suggestion, emanating from Tallahassee, is Nearly every new settlement made i is
I named after some town in some other state;
I ; most formidable, 'a line was projected from We trust that Florida will not fail to be punishments to bo inflicted on the criminal, to arrange' a living exhibition of tropical sometimes to the great inconvenience of its

i Live Oak to Charlotte Harbor, which should well represented at the exposition. The others seek to call attention to themselves as fruits, by bringing bearing trees of the or- future postal and other business depart-

las'1l1car the western side' of the peninsula, farmers of Leon county, we learn, will endeavor wounded men shot through the liver in the nnge, lemon, banana, etc., to bo planted out ments.' Take Gainesville, for instance :

;; through the counties of Suwanee, Levy, : to secure a fair exhibition of her pro war: ; others send presents to the President, Iii situ in the Florida division, With the There La. Letters is Gainesville nnd goods, Fla.addressed, Ga., Ala.to, cither Miss.

S I Hcrnando, Hillsborough and Manatee. ducts. With some little trouble growing and are rewarded by seeing their names in ta..telnd skill of sonic of our Florida ladies may be, and arc, sometimes sent to one of

'" The effect. of such a line ,constructed, if nnd fruited'orange, lemon, lime, guava imul ii t.No. devoted to this subject' the suggestion could, the others.

r, 1 j successful, would be to absorb the benefits banana and other tropical fruits could be doubt Guiteau is proud of the idea that no doubt, be carried out successfully. Why Gainesville? What association has
the name with the placc? This town -
t which should entire to,the system devised exhibited! in situ, and would attract a great he is the one Guiteau of the age. He has There is certainly afforded by the Atlanta to be the largest in this part of the promises State.

I r i and adopted by our State, as the system best deal of attention. There would. be little achieved fame. Henceforth all nn will remember Exposition an admirable opportunity of It is situated in a region that is historic; it is

t, i calculated<< to promote the interests of all I portions trouble in transportation on flat cars. There Guiteau.: His life will be written, calling attention to our State, nnd, we trust, surrounded by numerous sites of Indian villages -

j 1 of our State, and give to our neighboring should also be a good selection of minerals. his bust! will be put in plaster of paris: his it will not be neglected. The meeting called hammocks; the lakes have, Indian ponds, rivers names, creeks crops and arc

State and its commercial capital the business shells: and precious!' stones. Of valuable head will be measured\ by the phrenologists. by the Commissioner of Immigration at now [being raised in the same fields that were

i' of Florida. Jacksonville and Fernan- woods we could furnish the largest exhibit His I cell his pistol, the spot where he stood, Jacksonville ought to result in organizednnd cultivated by the Indians ; ancient mounds

i diM would feel the effects of this diversion\ of any state. But two months now remain all will'be marked places nail objects. For I efficient action. are abundant ; well-defined fortifications
with all this that would be
; of our trade ; the railroads, which arc projected \ in which to make preparations ; tile time being Garlield, the President, and Time growth of Atlanta is wonderful, and plenty wealth;if yet taken proper advantage, of, we use

1 in connection with Jacksonville, for the exhibition. We hope the governor (luJ{<,all, the assassin, are equally known by the crowds which fill its depot and throngits unmeaning, commonplace names. Wo live

would be crippled, and the Transit Hoad will appoint a State ngent to give the requisite name: to every man, woman and child in the streets attest its central and advantageous i in Au-lauch-oo-way region of plenty,

I would be the only,road which could hold its: information as to ]mode of shipping and 1 land. With such on. addled, self-conceited position. There is a wonderful amount the Indian's )larl1dioe.:; To the eastward of
(Gainesville lies Pithlachocco (boat lake)
; v
I .. own. Tho Live Oak & Charlotte Harbor the proper care and reception and arrangement Imiin as this man had, and when the crime of push evinced in the new enterprises and further cast, Tullooduck! ( creek), which T,;',

; Uooil would bo unmistakably a rival road at Atlanta The directors have given required only the commonest self-possession, enlargement! of business, which daily add to runs into Lake Lnthloosie! (alligator), squth

J in the interest of Georgia and Savannah, Independent the following information : to pull out a revolver, point and fire it, with its importance and prosperity. A few years of which lies Lake Yallahuh (orange) ; near
this lake lies the Indian Yallahahsassa
of Florida roadsand connections. In assuming the duties and responsibilities none to interpose! was a simple way to since it was not recognized at all as a cotton
ange region) ; to the west and liorth if,
The outlook for the immediate business of the Department Minerals: 1(11(1Vootbi: of achieve notoriety. If wo go on as wo arc mart. Now it receives a largo cotton business :Soocatcelofa:: (hogtovvn), and so on too numerous -
International Cotton
of the proposed Howland'8 Bluff & Char4' : deems few Exposition, thechhrin doing, this hunger for notoriety will grow and is about to erect compresses nnd to mention.
lotto Harbor Iload does not seem promising. to l'xhiLJitorropcr.charge a general sLiggestions ;: ind create a rivalry of crimes, which shall other facilities of large cotton ports. Lands In the midst of all this, why Gainesville?

4 ;:Ut i ,,*qt will have to discount the future and 1 build No entry fees will\ he required for exhibits bo, the boldest, the most horrible, the most in the vicinity which, not many years since, bearing Why not an Ahlaucjiooway Indian name,, and with thus every by street one

t r *Sf..up and settlo the comparatively_uninhabited in this department.Exhibits of minerals. be made talked: of. This very man had had his: van- were valued at ten or twenty dollars per lean\ pass from the modern commonplace

country which It traverses before it can bo a 1. llv private individuals may who have' lands ity tickled by being assigned! the role of Ho- acre, now bring one thousand.Tho and confusing to the ancient, interesting and

very profitable Investment. It is, therefore, containing\ valuable minerals ; also,by States, publican[ orator in the last campaign, and natural advantages of Atlanta are not distinctive ? ECSTAIIATKEE.
a 'question, l of prospective" business, to be counties or towns. his speeches printed ns campaign document. very great. It is not situated on any navigable The writer of tl\t above pertinently asks,

shared by coast line road from Fernandina, 2. By owners of furnaces and forges, and Naturally he expected recognition river, and possesses no water-power to 'Why: Gainesville?" Alatcha is the Indian
those engaged in mines of
actively working
which can easily bo extended to the Macon coal, iron, zinc, copper, lead, barite, corundum afterward" lie dogged the men who haa thc I promote manufactures. It is only a railroad word for oak, although Alachua-or Alatch-

&; Brunswick Houd, and thus form independent mica, asbestos, gold, silver, etc. appointingpower, ho hung around, the White junction of several roads, but in this/espcct away, as some writers give it-is said to mean

4 1 connections North and West. :'J. By railroad companies, in combination House, he grew reckless with repeated disappointment is no better off than Macon which is the jug. Williams spells it Allachua. In the
with or separate from the owners: of mines : times it is Latcha-
English officially spelled
he turned out of the White of number of
1 the of was junction ns large a railways,
lying along region country contiguousto
TIlE MIDLAND RAILROAD.. and heconccived the idea the and has river way.' The sound is as well given by Alach
their lines of road. Bv cooperating with House[ : ofbcing moreover, a large availablefor
1 Tliis railroad: we learn. to run from railroads, individual displays\ may be made, principal figure in grand tragedy-the man manufacturing purposes:; nnd is situated ua, which, with its smooth vowel sounds: ,
Jacksonville to Sable air-lino of forming IL separate group in the general: !< gives: easily the true pronunciation and
i Capo an who dared to shoot the President, the man in the heart of a rich cotton producing region -
is :Jon miles two-thirds of which play made by railroads ; or space will 1 bo al makes euphonious name. Pithlachocco,
according lowed for an exhibit, independent of the rail who overturned thegovernmentand brought ; but Macon has a population of about J I
k. to tho line proposed, would go thl'oughIn ways. These exhibitsshould; be large, !\Olli: in the banished! lords Eoscoe and .Chester 12,000, \\hileAtlnnta has three times that according to Williams, is derived from I'ithlu

,. unsettled, and almost. unexplored country, to attract uttl'atioll.11 I I i artistic arrangement ami his weak brain had only to compass!: the number, and yet Macon is also improving (a boat) and clntcco (big), because! time lake i is
: Tho route to bo traversed is of coal I iron ores!:, euppl'rllIel zinc, and boat-shaped. According to the same authority -
following ask
', other ores which IIUIhe procured) in large possession of a pistol, and note the hour of time1'Fsilimt'S very greatly year by year, but Atlanta has
close as practicable to the St. Johns passing tho hall worked for for for Alaha means orange, ralll/ /lU, sweet orange
quantities!I, will' add greatly to the interest! passing through public prominence, population,
t midway between Ocklawaha and the and value of the exhibits. of the railroad depot, and he, in a moment, business and success. Her people have Yallahaltmack, sour orange'

St. Johns, past the Kissimmce, and west t of In every display made, cards, designating [nits his scene on the stage, fires his pistol pulled together to make Atlanta the great
the locality whence it come, and its relative
Okechobec through the Everglades.: abundance or scarcity, arc to be attached. almost against the victim's back and rushes} central: city of Georgia and the South, and THE GOVERNMENT LOSES.

I The advantages claimed by Mr. John A. The, management of tho International Cotton out, to be at once seized, cries, with a pre- have achieved large measure of success. A VEUDICT OF VAST IMPORTANCE; : TO Tile ILON
,Maedonald, engineer, whoso signature is at Exposition: desires:; that t the exhibits of studied stage emphasis, I am a stalwart of Next to Atlanta Chattanooga is destinedto AND STEEL TR.\J>E.

: tho foot of prospectus' "over any other great minerals el'lJllomic111111..11111 ami woods, especially which such on .,rlil.'l.1 as have the stalwarts !1"* and feels: that he has become become one of the leading manufacturing A case which has been on 'trial for more .

trunk lines ever projected through Florida, for the profitable investment of capital, a great charac ter. cities of the South. It }js already the than four weeks in the United States Circuit
are these: should bo Court, and which is probably of greater importance
largo attractive, and fairly: leading iron manufacturing town of the
1st. Tho line passes through good fruit represent the resources of the country III the TIll FLORIDA 1812 CLAIMS FOR South west. The health .and pleasure resortsare as regards amount of money involved
than any litigation in progress in
products of mine and fore.t.1'ronm LOSSES.
t and farming lands nearly its entire route, all tho now well 1 filled. The Cumberland plateau the country, was Saturday morning decided
nearly States be exhibited
I : while oirall other routes spoken of the most brick-clays, with \specimens may of bricks-, The 1'nlon publishes) the following letter from which I write, is every year receiving against tho Government. The case in point "
1b: of the lands are poor" '" terra cotta! tiles lire-brick brines and I'alt. from Secretary Blaine : large numbers of visitors and increasing grew out of claim for alleged excess of duties

This statement will, we fancy, provoke a precious stones, etc. Besides these the: DEPARTMENT OK STATE, }I its accommodations. Beershebaiiuvu charged" by Collector Beard on a quantity )

t ; smile from people who know In.thillglbollt crude. petroleum. iiMihalts: bitumen, mineraltar WASHINGTON. July :o'n. 1881.!! j "' __'n._ 1._n_ I._..... ._ h. ._ ..of" .Swedish. iron"inmported.by. James
mineral waters limestones the country. The remarkable circumstance should have a place. Iron and steel in pig, sonlille, flu. : resort, and no,,".:Mont Eagle: situated six $1, !S2.17, the alleged excees ou 3,2'27 bars of
:t: that tho limit line to Capo Sable should, ingot, bar. plate, sheet iron wire; also copper :Siu: : 1 have rC'l'i\'ed'our1ctterofthe13th miles from Sewan<'l'is becoming well known. the so-called iron. Collector Beard rated
for tho Midland ]Drainage Hail in the various frll1throll h which it passes: : nst.: asking the present status: of the list the goods as steel, and it was ou this point
from the ore to the mattes, and from the Kloiida claims; and I infer therefrom that you The commencement of the University of that the ease turned. The matter has been
road Company, embrace in its line all gwod mattes to blaster copper and then to the ingot assume: that tho action: of the laic Congress the South, which takes place this week, has in dispute for some time between the Government
farming and fruit lands, while all the other should be exhibited. Tho same with \\IIH such as to refer the matter To the Kxccutive : brought together a large number, who are officers and iron and steel importers
zinc and its with intimation favorable to its amicable and this was made a test cae. It hasbeen
lines of railroad: which have been projected : ores, the various iilruof I interested in this
deservedly popular Southern tried with both tle Indeed
product manufactured and UII 111111\flll't u rt'll. >.settlement great care on fo !!
ihould have selected lines whero most of and generally all metaN which are derived: I In reply, I have to inform you that the school. The new term will open on the the expenses incurred by the Government
: tho lands arc poor," is a curious affair. The from ores by any proee** should bo exhibited I 'resident[ doc>s not regard he question of the 11th of August.: The moderate terms and in defence have probably far exceeded
beautiful and picturesque' sand-hills andovergladoH with the ores, showing slags, tin Xl'!!. re-iducs i 1[!.c>t Florida claims as:: having: been removed superior advantages of the institution the amount in dispute, the witness fees
which the and products. i TOIII jurisdiction of Congress, or remitted oughtto alone being more than $1.200. Judge Colt,
.; through l'rojectellincb It.is not deemed ncccvarv to point out I to that of the Executive: by the comitittee secure many students from Florida. South of Hhodu Island, occupied the bench. Hon.
i to p..a111 hnl'llht'\ admitted! to bo "goikl specifically tho various wo nU which may: be1xhibitwl. reports of tho Senateand House of Carolina has here thirty-five students, and Charles Levi Woodbury and Smith it Walter .

I fruit and forming) !lands: nearly Its entire Every: kind fus use. fur orna- IJcpresentutives to which \'probably re- Louisiana over thirty. If health, good society appeared for tho plaintiff, and! District
route" uncut,or, possessing jteculiarproperties !should 1 Vr, inasmuch u" legislative action was not and t Attorney Sanger and Judge; Hoar for, the
shill placcin the exhibition-ri>U hdrcNcd I liad on those reports. thorough instruction constitute Government, The case has been patiently
'I'd.The country: lit the highest! ; you haveno 'varnished: in !1l'l'IOlls! orIo:?*, i in I! plank.staves"' ] 1 am, sir, your obedient servant, the desirable features in selecting a schoolfor heard by ajar)' the evidence on both sides
: heavy grades to overcome," says the .prospectus. shingles laths. $i>okes hubs, it'\h'II, "shook, :. i imasts J\MES; (J. BLU.VK.: boys and young men, Scwanee will not being principally that of experts and workers .
knees, railway ties, bent work tim in iron aud steel upon the point of
:i ; The I'n'l : ."5th. It hhgws thC coasts and runs through ber prepared: by "saturation" or othersiso to lug llol'ulI\cnt.i: on this subject having been what i is the }Practical, distinction of one from
resist decay, or any other form which mav the other. The verdict is in favor of the
: the region more available for settlement, suit the fancy or the convenience of the t.i- referred (to appropriate committees of the TIll POCKET PISTOL. plaintiff: the sum $2,020.77 being awarded

'While other )Iroltl.lltetllines hug.thesea-shore hibitor.Hailroad. t wo houses of Congress at the lat session", Time Ocala Jlaaurr uses Hit following strong The so-called steel: rails from Sweden will
ami Hat ool1l1tr the companies, owners of saw mills therefore hereafter: pass the customhouse
: ) says prospectus.We he committee of tho IIolJse of Representatives and appropriate language in reference to the
contractors, t'urpenters,\1lhiul't'lUak't'S, as iron, and the cost of railroad constructionin
like know what the other wagon
would to
and carriage manufacturers, will find it reported that the claims \\erejust and |>ocket pistol lawlessness which has lately this country is correspondingly reduced.
: proved' lines have to say to that to their interest to make this exhibit an attractive liou'id bo'paid, and reported a bill for that attracted attention : The case goes to the Supreme Court on minor

8th. Jt taps Orange county where ol/ -lmlf one. The present inquiry for tim mrpose, which was not acted upon.' The Why this: slow growth ? Our navigable law points involved, but the question of
thll wealth of the State centra at present"This ber, and the growing demand for all useful Senate committee reporIeslthmatit' was a mat.UT water-courses are numerous, our climate is Journal fact is: decided by the jury's nrdicf-/lOltOl&
wood> make this most fU\'lIl'lltll'l'I'lll'tfU.: July Xti,
statement I U presumably:: based" t of and salubrious, and our lands: are Productive
upon nit)' for such exhibits. The Southern States treaty !obligation, (properly belonged There seems to be but .
to the
x the tax ICy)' of Orange county. The total esjHX'iallv hold large reserves of timbered to tfie executive department of the (Itmest ion. Slavery: repelled one answer immigrants as The wonders of our financial resources 111111 J'debtpaying \
c valuation of tho State is. $30,000,000. The lauds which will be a source of immense I government, and! no action by Congress was long as it existed, and what slavery did then ,
L3 alum Orange county shouldi> $15,( "0,000, wealth in the near future if competition Islo.ro neivs'''urv. This rvi>ort was made late in the crime is doing now, but to a less extent. Ifout. progress cannot be exaggerated
u"UlI through a grand display at the the Boston Uerall.
ex- says
people expect citizens from settled European publicist
which would be but communities
the Stttctax on 120,000; Iii 4khitloii. "'-.il.lI. and! no action was!I taken, upon it. It .
to cast their lots: with us, lawlessness stand in amazement. the end of the war
I referring to the Comptroller's report of The management asks, the hearty \.....il'I'I' i h probable that the Senate will concur in must stop. The pocket pistol,as a part the national debt and
e< > was $78.25
ration and of all dealers per ii ,
; January. 188lvv e rtml Orange county assessed support and the report of the committee, ii, which case it of our wearing applVel, must be cast aside the annual
eryu wood, as well as of all railroad burdenI.O.. Now the debt per
011I1'\- like
valuation of$iauiti, the State is probable that the President would beVill- a garmentserviceable enough in its
only upon ni*, in making such collcction-as
a will capita iS$37.74and
but the
way, out of date. We hope these criticisms annual burden $1-56.
5 tax'upon: which would be $10,31t2.cultelillcrcllaluT. : fairly represent the timber capabilities and ing to take action. It i is not at surprising i will not be understood as tipplving\ to I In the last sixteen years the people of the
,to which we invite the atten. resources of th\ cmmtrv.Literal that the executive should decline .
a to take our i eople as a whole. Only Biaall fraction United States
will I he warded have Paid l,7tH.4H3OuO= ) interest -
: premiums for theint :
thlfJ'lcHididPl Either the prciH.Htuia "l.t."Iwhil! of them are disposed to be lawless: At
tion of ,, : tho question U 1 in its: present
.t exhibit in this the
complete detriment. least: nine-tenths on public debt, and *7iM,657,3ro on
are and
dm-s quiet, Ieaceahle
; or the Orange county assessor! Free be i hai'tf before Commgrcss.Mr. ,.
wrong, transportation will given all ex. I law-abiding, ttl\lllt'Ilortj the commission of the principal, or on account of the lE.ht l altogether -
that "half of the pres- biloitlln! this dej>urtment. Hardee's
comments tho
I uotprltetbut.tCt .. upon matter crime as much so a* any |people on earth. f.', ,OO'b'

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TIIK suxxr SOVTII. The Louisville A Nashville lI'stC'III1II'h Heal I Professional, and IlusliieMH (Card II. V.! IO........ lnlt: ,

is now building tin extension of the ]'('nsa- _. .- ---..- Eslale.y'l'11E -- ----- _.-----_.-.._._----- -
AN In: Jlm:1I MILLION OLL\KS TO KRVELOPII cola it Atlantic road I'1dRil)4) '
which has been purchased : I..oleln.\ WM. n. c. mtiivr.i, ]ERNANDINA, \, f
a cost of about $3.500,000, and is:

The advent of \tr. Thomas ]Hill in Baltimore !- being finished at a cost of $1,000,000 addi riUWX DIl'n\'I..mST COMPANY.I'crnaiulliHi /'1 ENERAL: COMMISSION MERCHANT, DEALER IN )
ns ft commissioner of the International tional. This road i is also building from Liv .

Exposition at Atlantn, Oa., has evolved ingstone, 1.y., toward Knoxville at a cot:" of ('F. tm: ST., NK\n: H. R. Dr.roT, fine family Groceries.
much interesting statistics to the material over $1.000,000.( ) This company and its

resources and present prospects( of "our friends: in New York also )purchased: control FERNANDINA, 'LA. AND
wayward sisters," as!' Secretary Reward denominated of the Nashville, Chattanooga it St. Iouis '

thoLJ days. Everywhere in those sunny regions it Montgomery, and :Mobile[ .t New Orleans ..
U. Line --- ----
Tonns It.
there is a large business boom Railroads roads: within the past two years at a cost c,fmany on -
and cotton factories are being daily developed millions. And Cedar Key.Offers .. J.\)II:S Mcill'FIN,

as if by Alnaschir magic, IIn.1"all. the The U.iltimore Ohio (Company bought 0 N T R A C T 0 R AND B UI L D E: R, Customers can rely upon) : getting{ .'CHOICE t
South seems to propose to itself to blossomas sometime ago the Virginia :Midland road, p
' ,. the rose. Intending to 1m) South, as it had already -- Alachua Street, between Second and Third, GOODS, asNOTHING ''"
INVESTING $100,000,000. gone I\'st. Its ancient enemy, the Pennsylvania .
(V.itral. operating through its sympathy to 1-osxces amid' Pwrelniers n large FERNANDINA, FLA.
Advices from Atlanta, Ga.,state that there with the Richmond & Danville) syn number of the most eligible; and desirable BUT THE FINEST BRANDS
have been subscribed in the North and in dicate, has outstripped it and shut it on'in Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for Orders and estimates from distance carefully
Europe in the past eighteen months $WO,- attended/ to. l!. -tfC
000,000 for investment in the South This its Southern race The last: tilt between City orSubuiban Residences.UPON' __.____._ ...____.h.___..______ .._...._.
these in in
companies was tr.ving capture the are kept stock .
statement sounds marvelous, ntlll'lt it can .Atlanta: Charlotte Air-line. The Baltimore EASY TEf (lS. O. S. OAKES, --_ --
be easily shown to he true. It mir be stat .\: Ohio was beaten out of it, although it of 11NGEL. A IUIM: ,
ed, however, that in this estimate none of fered percent, more than the Richmond it: ONTRACTOR ANn BUILDER.
the vast sums invented the Southwest t are Danville folks gave. Being cut nil' in this: Liberal ]Discounts i Oil Values allowed to B AKER3 AND CONFECTIONERS,
included. In other words, this enormous : trade, they have now commenced building parties engaged in mannf.icturing or industrial M tN I'F.\M'l"m'l
sum of money covers investments and developments a road from Danville, the terminus of their enterprises, who will 1'.t on the property ) CHOICE
only in that part of the Southeast :Southern line, to Spartanburg: ('. This purchased) \ substantial: Improvements MOULDINGS)\ BRACKF.TS: :;.\Wlm AND
of the Mississippi:' I south of Richmond road, now under way, will cost, built and for residence, or in which to conduct their TURNED [BALUSTERS, NEWELS: { Groceries"" Cigar, and Tobaccos,
Va. Of course, the largest sums have: equipped at least $.">,000ono.) But this will business.INDUCEMENTS. STAIR RAILS: WOOD) EAVES-
been subscribed for the purchase and building not he the end. The ('Icter1: r. Garrett in TROUGHS.i SIU'IATHING I : TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.Wedding .
of railroad lines.:' The 1 effect/ of this: has his to the stockholders few llavtsincl" : MANUFACTUR: \viL1'I'lihlil1O.lRD.: ; : -
been to improve the roads already built, to report said that the Baltimore it a Ohio must ERS: :::\, by exemption for It term of years fronttaxation INGn: FLOOR *, Entertainments, and Picnkr

develop: new sections of country, thin Malting get Atlanta, which is the I first:, point theycan offered by the several cities! andtowns. ING. furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-bot
.new currents of trade and quickening) 'reach whore they can get competition Apply) ntjrCJOllkc tom prices,
old and to take from Southern hand Stair and Church Work
ones, 11AKERY
with their rival To rl'achtlallta will cost ,
eor. Bench it 7thK.! l lYnundina.10tf .
at advanced prices, large amounts of rail road,I $.">,())0i)1,0011. It is shrewdly :suspected: that : Centre Street,

stocks. Among the more important move- this ('oIHl'anwill, in a short time, buy the - --- -- .\ SPECIALTY.DOORS 2:1: _.Opp, old I', O. Building_..
merits made in the direction of Southern :South: Carolina road. In event, it has
> any Tin: Fi.omoA<< AND WINDOW) FRAMES:
r railroad investments and developments are already, put $.">,0K1,000( down for building, anew .
the Cincinnati and Georgia syndicate This :Southern road, and must spend millions OF ALL SIXES.l ,
syndicate was organized in New York in May[ more before it completes its Southern ) AND IMMIGRATION( : t'OMPA'Y: Post O Ilice Bo v t 171. ,
last, with a capital of $WOOOOOO, ), under the s 'stl.'ll1I1ltimotadte. LAND jail I Fernamlina, Fla. '., '
auspices of George I. Seney, of the :Metropolitan ..- OFFERS .
------- ---- -- '- This reserved for
Hank ; Thomas & Co., of Columbus' Advertisements.. space
Ohio, and E. W. Cole, of Nashville, the latter UOO.OOO Aeren' 11'. K.: ItAlJICNIUIIT,

being made president. The company( AGENT, ] ,\. It. XOYiS. .
purchased the Macon it Brunswick system $25 to $50 PER DAY Of t the most t WIIOI.K.SU.K AND RKTAII.BUTCHER'AND .

Georgia. ; the Sclm.i, Home A Dalton in drover and Ship Chandler
Alabama ; the East: Tennessee ifc Virginia in EASILY ACCESSIBLE::;: : AND) D1MRABLE::; : STOCK DEALER: ,
BE MADE[ by using the
the states named, and a lease of the Memphis CAX AMIDealer
tl'd l..\cms IN THE
of about $7,000,000, several lines of road to SPATE ]: : ) : BEEF: SPECIALTY: ,
\ : OF FLOIMDA: \)
connect the purchased: properties into one :: .
system. The work on these connections is va cI'FL BROOM Srur.KT: : Witviu,
now progressing, and when finished will Al only $1.25 per( acre to new t settlers, with 10-tf FERNANDINA.: FLA.

give the syndicate a cartwheel system, the the privilege; of t selection in parcels! of 40
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hub being at Chattanooga and the spokes WIM Air (H.atXI> icocicMACIIIXKUY acres or 11I01'('. These lands are located on u.

In penetrating five directions the richest, and sections I finding of termini the South, at IIOltlX : and adjacent to the line of the =i IMPORTANT: NOTICE, =

Bristol, in Tennessee ; the Mississippi river,

at Memphis ; at Meridian, where the Southwestern ATLANTIC, GULF I ANVIS'l': ;:; INDIA
roads end at the Atlantic at
Brunswick and Savannah; The money ocean Mib- iii any part of the country. We mean it, TRANSIT] CO.'S 1 R.: 1 R.: ,
J. &
1fn scribed by this syndicate i is $10,000,000, but and arc prepared to demonstrate the fact. T. IcYDDa

I the bonds floated in the North and in Europe They arc operated by either Man, Horse or
raise the total to $22,000,000. Steam Power, and bore very rapid. They extending from FERNANDINA: the Atlantic Are receiving immense additions to their already large stock ofSPRINGND
] to CEDAR KEY: Oil the Gulf coast
range in size from THREE INCH TO 41
The Georgia Pacific syndicate organized thus affording to the producer cheap, constant -
to build fl'omtIIIta, Ga., Burmingham, and rapid t transportation to the best
through thecoal and iron fields of Alabama markets. ,

heretofore virtually impenetrated and and the ANY INQUIRED IlnaTlI1 The belt of country traversed by the Transit 1 Men's and Youth's Clothing-
richest on the continent- thence to the ,
Mississippi i :: river : General John 11. Gordon R. R. embraces
who his himself I"HOI.OWl'mcw: ] 1'0 FINE ,GOODS.
resigned give !
will bore and satisfactorily
to such enterprises! is president of this om. They Successfully t '
}pany, which contains such men as Hugh J. in all kinds of Earth: Soft Sand and EVERY: VARIETY OF SOIL IIiSS (;OOIS-A full and complete stock, consisting" of SUMMER SILKS,,

Jewett, ex-Senator Harmun., Connecticut ; Limestone, Bituminous Stone Coal, Slate, /!")- .\L[*-WOo[. LACE; .J JUJNTINJS( : I'.\\YNS: LINEN: LAWNS!::, BAREUKS:: and GRJKNA,

Mercantile U. S. Grant Bank Jr.;; E.Geo.II.W.Perkins Perkins, of,the of Im-the Hard Pan Gravel, Lava, Builders'! :Serpentine to be found in the State, a large proportion DINES, SWISSES: TARLETANS: VICTORIA nod PERSIAN LAWNS at ;low. prlee

porters' and Traders'. Bank ; Senator Plumb, and Conglomerate Rock, and guaranteed being peculiarly adapted to the culture of Murrains in Slimmer Silk*. -from Fifty Cents upwards,

of Kansas ; W. P. Clyde, and several Richmond to make the very best of Wells in Quick SKMt-Tuoneu. FRUITS and Early Vegetables,

Va., subscribers. The capital requiredby Sand. They are light-running] ; simple in and The Ltirtjf, Cunijmit i jurliclI.o.Tim71l'r. Gents' Tine FurnishingGoods a, Specialty.
whicn has
this company is $12,500,000, construction, easily operated, durable and
make these lands CAItJU-'UL.'A'AMIXATIOX
ail been subscribed. "Work is now progressing worthy Our Improved Dollar Shirt I is the bent, unsurpassed in lit and quality.
on both ends of the line, and the roadis acknowledged as t the best and most practical by manufacturers of .i.t atlmFu: Illeaelied and llrowii
Cottons: at Wholesale I I
graded twenty miles each way, from Columbus Machine extant. They endorsed by some AND NAVAL STOKKH.NEW. Prices.Fruit' -: ol Loom. at
] Miss= and Atlanta, Ga. This road of the highest State Officials.! We contract lOeeiitNt 1O-I Sheeting, 25 eentN. :>,**,

will make the most important development' t for prospecting for A case of I splendid Standard Print at O cents per yard.

k4 v V of the past ten 'l'arsilltheSouth, : SETTLERS: : ;f.ft- Wo are Agents for l>iVM.A: : CO., leading! Clothiers of New York City;
The Norfolk and Western syndicate,
purchased the Atlantic, Mississippi & Ohio COAL, GOLD, SILVER, COAL OIL, Purchasing, land from this company) are fur Spring Samples now ready; L'OO .tyllf -sixty of them from $15 to $::3 per Niiit.

road in Virginia : This syndicate was represented AND .\ 1.1. KINDS! OF :MIXFRVLH.Alo : nished with entire free jMiMiyetm the Transit Fit guaranteed.jfi .
by Clarence II, Clark, of Philadelphis -A visit to establishment will
Railroad for family and personal l'l1l'l.t1to our convince/ you that, while wo do not' sell
and comprises such C. C. HahI- )
t for Artesian Wells inferior Goods, war are the Cheapest I) Goods house from
sinking and Coal ry Maine to
win, IL Victor Newcomh George C. Clark, the .station l neares-t t (the lund purchased.
Robert Mintnrn, who will be recognized as Shafts, etc. Wo also furnish Engines, Boilers TITLE: COMPLETE, being derived by Florida.

leading. capitalists of New York, and the 'Wind-Mills: Hydraulic Rams, Horse- grant from the United :States and purchase T. tQc T. I.--E .:]D ,

Louisville & Nashville people The capital Powers,Brick ){lIl'hinCiIlining:: Tools, Portable New York Olllee. ) N.E.: Cor,"'Centre and
required fur the Norfolk te. Western wasof from the State of Floiid.i.CORRESPONDENCE) .. J 17'tr / Third Sb.,
83: Walker Street 1 .
Rock J Drills und of I l.Vm.in.llnn. _Io'll1.. _
'$11,000,000' which doe not include the cost Forges, Machinery no
certain extensions, estimated to $2,000- all kinds. ; : ( : SOLICITED.

000 more. The first: capital, however of$11- ,1:;....?- Good active Agents wanted in every
500,000 will sutlice for the present. in the world. Descriptive M: .irs and cmm ('crA115 mailed onapplication. I VV. A.. SANBORN..l. ,t

The I rlan syndicate,made up of Frankfort country . .. ... ._ .
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AddressVESTERS ] -- -- .
:Mr Fred -- -- --
and W. ;
capitalists, represented by (CIIAS.:: LEWIS: ---
Wolfe The syndicate takes its name from Lane] Commissioner.Ofllcc ---.l.--
Baron Erlanger, and is accordingly strong.It ,
BeaHi and :Seventh; Sts.
has owned the Alabama Great Southern 511 Walnut Street, 10-tf cor. '
road for some tinge, and has just purchasedthe
Brunswick it Albany road of Georgia i SAINT LOUIS:;!, MISSOURI, U. R. A. ----.---- --- .

the Vicksburg and Shreveport, and the State in what Paper you saw this hooks mid Stationery.IIOICACI '
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Vicksburg%.. Meridian roads at a l'ostoflO- ---- .- -- -- -- 2 .
800,000. This company will build 320 milesof ""rr1SL1:1.1\ : i> iei: iv.Wholesale ; WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, Y .k'V;

new road, and has just put a block of$7,- 1 ? 1'L1i.1LE: : IXS'I..rJ'I'I;,
[I/OOO/ ( on the market in Europe When STAUNTON, VIWilXIA.Opell'4 ; mid Retail '
completed its system will be a good one, r;
September :20th. 1KNl. One of theFImrr
stretching from New Orleans: to Chattanooga & .'cm'OUXc.i LIDIIM OOOKS, S'1't'1'IoEit1': .
110\1 / IN THK
northward, and coastwise from New Orleans UNITED STATE.Surroulding: beautiful .1) ., By Kail, Steamer, and Sail
] to Brunswick, Ga. from And MI'S 1C, O ,
The Richmond 1)anvillesymidicale, usu- Climate teen States unsurpassed.! : Pupils) : teven" OPQ '

ally known as the Clyde syndicate: : This TERMS: ; AMONG THE BEST; IN THE if' VEST Iity SiRF.T,

company controls the organization of the UNION( Hoard, Washing KiiglWtfJninw, PQCO I
Richmond Danville road by holding\ 2V Latin, French. German, Instrumental Music[ JACKSONVILLE:, I FLORIDA): A LARGE STOOK OF
OlIO of its 40,000 shares. This cost them less
etc., for t Sclfolastic Year from September) to
than $2,000,000, and through it they control June :j:2: : *, For Catalogued write to i
1.550 miles of road and are building about REV. 1VM..1. HARRIS. D. D., 2; ;
400 miles more, besides the Georgia Pacific President $-St'llOol Roosts. SJ.'lulf-5- .Jz

in which they are interested. The thief :5j; Staunton, Virginia _
members of the syndicate arc W. P. Clyde .--.
0. W. Perkins and E.: II. Perkins, of New Money Sated I* .Money Made U
York ; Genera! T. M{, Logan, John Branch, YOUR ENGINES: FROM ]I 1JRlWIT1JnE.
Mr. Palmer! and the Stewart,of Richmond PURCHASE $100 on a 10 Horse ; $:uw a : F.

Va. The Stewurts art retired tohaaonit.saiI *, on a 2<) Horse, and $J to be worth probably $.3.JIJIJ., ) ( The cr Engine Send for our prices before purchasing i V
capital of the syndicate i is represented: by its Engines: Gins, Prem. Saw mill I
stock In the Richmond it Danville road but
Grist Mills TJirenlier or any kind of )fa. AND
the following are its vestments made a !ith- chinery. We are Manufacturers' Agents, -
in the past! eighteen months, Northern or i and guarantee satisfaction: In Duality and DAVID LAWDBITJH ft SONS, PhllidelpWa, Pap e
European capital being used of course for pr' 'e. WALKER] .t LOUD,

the purchase: It of bought roads the aggregating Columbia VJ7 itGreenville No. li" Meeting street, West side nearCharleston n. M. IIIM: >IUSO.V.B : GENERAL MERCHANDISE. - sys.tem :
Hotel Charleston, 8. C. i
miles and costing $0,000,000; the Charlotte,
Columbia it; Augusta road, costing: $1,300,. .April' 1\! 1-3111. i I .
000 ; the Western North Carolina road costing .
over $4,000,000 and $1,000,000 to finish SIM'S PAIILOK IliSTAintA.\T, ;:.";:::;:; '.

- it (tho work now goinx: on), and the York. e .
River road, costing, with its extension, $1500,000. ,- Hetween Centre and Alachua,
( The company h now engaged In
extending the Northeastern Railroad from i FERNANDINA: FLORIDA is CALL AND EXAMINE
Athens Ga.. toKnoxviUe.Tenn., which will .a : OUR STOCK. .fS 1
cu-st $1.000,000. and for which the money has recently iui: been provided. and the contracts let. Theseall HAVING{ RfKHIS[ I inn ,vrejurwltuturni I ,
II'NlEItT.1li1It.FIwfU .
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represent actual investments of $17,1'O. (").- ;li meaU uI all hour, gotten up in ; ..
(HN H idc-s this the syndicate ha several the. Il'Iot style aUIII ut hT. "I'KRNAXDIXA.: ..\. .iJ '
lines leased on which a certain percentageis ; i "
guaranteed When Its lines, present and , :, ,|fav., 11
building, !
are consolidated with the Georgia URIAL: HOIII', : )1t'r.I.I.Wot( !! --- ; ; -------- -- ---- -:
Pacific, its will probably be done, the Jtj.'hruul gttaramnr t<> snit the taste of the nuftfastillio '
wooUts: I'ot''ISri( C\* larJ'l.
r "! Danville Mfndlcate will pm* the II" epicure. A trial i i. all 1 lInk.1 AKI ,* **'A. LSTBORNl!
Louisville A Nashville June very () *e. 35 :01111 'CoKt:. Trlerul.bie orikrs |romi>tlyaa.U"IIh..1! t o .



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-- TALLAHASSEE. beauty of scenery, or refinement of societyin I I\IICAL: : niiticToitv.United : I RAKER COUNTY. I Assessor of Tares-Thomas Bard. Cotton

the South. The road through the city CbtIllJyTufl1e-H. D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant .
,, ITS DE.UTIFUr.AND PICTURESQUE SURROUNDINGS and throughout the country are fine for << State OflleerN. Clerk-F. J. fens, Sanderson. Collector of. leveue-Frederick 1 N, Foy,

In addition to the fine drives already
WADLEY'H RAILROAD; driving. -L. A. Barnes, flaine vill('. Assessor( of Taxes-George 1'. Canova, San Superintendent of Schools-U. C. Martin,
existing! a new road to ]lake Jacksonis Receiver: -John F. Rollins.!'! Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy

PROJECT ETC., ETC. being opened, passing! through a very picturesque Surl'eyor.(1e/lrr'l/-alochi I :Martin: Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Richard Kennedy, MONROE COUNTY

I To the Editor of the, Mirror : country, shady groves, hills and Darbyviile. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.
.. DISTRICT COURT. Superintendent, of Schools/ -A. .1. "'. Cobb, Clt'rk-l'cter/ T. Knight, Key West
ij r TALLAHASSEE:, August! 2,1881. dell Olustce. Sheriff George A. Demerritt, Key West
I t: This city is pleasantly located in the The railroad from Thomasvillo via Tallahassee Judge-Thomas-J. II. Durkce Settle t ,Jacksonville.Marshal Jacksonville. DRADFORD COUNTY. Assessor( of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,

: ., midst of a rich agricultural country, the products ] to Ilio Carabclla, on the Gulf, is the ClerkPhilipValter, Jacksonville County Judge! -J. 11. Richard. Providence Key West.

:I of which, in ante Iclliim times, sup topic on 'change about Bank Place. It is INTERNAL: REVENUE.: Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector/ of Revenue-Walter C. :Maloney,
Jr. Key West.Superintendent.
ported a wealthy and refined population.! looked up to as one of the things that must .-Dennis) i Kugan: Jacksonville Assessor SheriffV.of,Ttxcs-X W. Tumblin, Wainwright, Starke. Lake of 8.:11001-J. V. Harris, Key

1 The site of Tallahassee was ]happily selected be done, as Mr. Wndlcy wants a near COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS Butler West.

I\ by Colonel. Butler, of Andrew Jackson's connection with the granaries of the Northwest John "., Howcll, Fernnndina. Collector of Revenue-Bunberry Haynes, NASSAU COUNTY. ...

staff, who with Colonel (afterward governor]) and believes he will\ find it sooner, and Edward, Hopkins, Jacksonville! i Santa 1.'e.Supe'ri"tclfl'lIt. County+ Judge! -Ilinton J. Baker, Fenianiliiui. -

: .I Call, came with Jackson from Tennessee by a nearer route, via the Mississippi, the John F. House, :St.: Augustine. / of School*-L. B. Rhodes, .
J. M r. Currie, Cedar Key Start Clerk-J. .\. Edwards, Fcrnandina.,
when ho was made military governor. Its Gulf of Mexico, James Island, Curabella and UREVARD COUNTY S1criff-l'lter Cone, Fcrnandina.Assessor ,

I s r beauty of situation on very high hills, romantic this road t will\ furnish transportation to County, Judge-James A. McCrory, City of Taxes-Win. H, Garland, Fcr-,
nnd picturesque surroundings, the the large quantities of cabbage and Irish potatoes Point. nandiiui.' .
old fields (Tallahassee in the Indian dialect), to the raising of which the soil of DEPARTMENT. Clerk-.\. A. Stewart, Titusville. nandina.Collector of Revenue-Warren P.l Scott, Fcr
A ., Taxes Wallace H. Moses Geor-
Bloxham e..wr'if
(1ol't'I'IWI'-\.m. D. Talhihusso. ,
the great oaks and magnolias, presented this Middle\ Florida is so well adapted. The Le limltc/lrlllt.GOt'cl'lwl'-Li\ingl'tol1, "', Beth gianna. Sujierintendent, of Schools"', A, Mahoney,

spot of all others to the judgment and taste Conte pear is exciting much interest. Soy el, Key West.Srrl'ctary Col ecorof lll'/'elluc-P. M. Platt, Lake Jes- Callahan.

of Colonel Butler as the capital of the newly eral thousand trees will be put out this! fall. of State-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee. sup, Orange County.Superintendent on.O: COUNTY

] acquired territory. On the east is the Those I have seen and flourish beauti : of Schoo/-A, / Grady, La County, J+ulye-i R. L. Summcvlin, Orlando.
r grow ('uIIItl'ollcrn.. Barnes, Tallahassee Grange. Clerk-J. 1'. Hughey, Orlando. .
A. valley of the Rio Augustine, its waters fully. .r. J. T. 7i'rfI'rer-Hel1r' A. Bugle, Tallahassee; CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.

: coursing to the south, and as it flows on and Allurncy-GellCral-Ul'orgc 1'. Raney, Talla County/ Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of l.rrs-Jallle :M.: Owens: Fort
turns around to the west, the valley] enlargesand FRANCE.TWO ]hassee. Park. Reid, Fla.Collector.

h. spreads out over extended plains. Here Commissioner; of J.amls-Hugh A. Corley. Clerk-0. .Buddington. Green Cove oj'llel'cllltr-Nat. Poyntz, Orlando
h.I Tallahassee Superintendent Sclwo/s-John/ T. flecks,
in this valley the Cascade where the IMPORTANT ADMINISTRATIVE: REFORMS! Springs./
\ i was Public Itstruciat-E. Fort Reid.
Superintendent K. -
I of Sheriff! (! James W. DeWitt, Green Cove
j: water leaped and tumbled over precipices, CONTEMPLATED.To : : Foster, Tallahassee. Springs. PUTNAM COUNTY. '

I making music the live-long day; but 'tis the Editor of (the Mirror : Adjutant-General: Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Tares"'m. Con way, Kingsley. Judije of 'rubnte-B.. Harrison, Palatka.

Ii gone now, and the music of the Cascade has PARIS, FRANCE, July 18, 1881. BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION. Collector of Revenue-Win. S. Plummcr, Clerk W. F. Forward,), Palatka.
Commissioner-A. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. Maxville. Sheriff;! -Thomas Hhnll! '.
I. ceased with the of the railroad. Two interesting and important administrative
I.I coming Superintendent of Schools-:M.: F. Geiger, Assessor-S. E. Timmons. ( s
,: plantation of ex-Governor Duval. To the that M. Cochery, the enterprising ministerof Aacnts( -Samuel, 1 Fairbanks Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. of Public Schools-J. W.
\ i Building Jacksonville D. S. PlaceValdo..
west, on n high hill, is the East Florida posts and telegraphs, contemplates reducing ; County Judyc-W. ::\h Ivcs, Jr., Lake City. Strickland.

r Seminary, a free institution'of:. learning, endowed the rate of postage throughout France SUPREME COURT Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. TAYLOR COUNTY. w
Chief Ju..tire.-K. Randall, Jacksonville. S"eriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City COlwfIIJlUlH.: Parker, Perry.
from fifteen to ten centimes the changeto
t by the United States with large tracts ,
Associate Justice J. Westcott Tallahassee. &/ion$Thomas Osteen
jr., Assessor of Taxes-L. W. Rivers, Lake City. Perry.
J. of lands in the State qf Florida, the intereston take effect on and after January 1, 1882. Collector of Taxrs-J. L. Parish, Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry. ,r

I ,t. the sales of which is applied for the expenses This would mean the adoption of the penny Associate Justice( -11. B. Van Vulkcnhurgh, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer!'! Superintendent of Schools-. T. J. Franklin, ;

r of tho seminary Beyond is the plan postage system, which has proved so markeda I Jacksonville. Lake City. Perry. "T
Clerk-V. I L Foster Tallahassee. County TrcII.ml'er-D. S. Sutton
j jt tation formerly owned by Prince Murat, son success in England, and there is little DUVAL COUNTY County( Sllfl'cllor-D. N. Cox .
CIRCUIT JUDGES.First : William A. McLean Jack-
I : doubt that the will be well received County Judyc ,
) of the King of Naples and nephew of Napoleon project / of RevenueAssessor :-
E. Ma ,well Pensacola. sonville.
r. I. His wife was a Miss Matilda\ Willis, M. Coch ry has already introduced a number I Uhellit-Augus Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. oj' Taxes-S. II. Peacock, Perry.

of Virginia, a near relation of President of improvements into his department, Second Uil'cltit-Davht Walker, Tallahas Sheriff-Uriah Bowden) Jacksonville. ST. JOIl '!I.COUNTY.

jI Madison. They were respected!' citizens of which certainly was never in more able see.Third Assessor of Ttl.res-A. J. Prevail, Jackson- County+ Judge! -M. R. Cooper,' St. Augus .

hands. The second reform atTects the Circuit-Y.. J. Vnnn, Madison. ville.Collector tine.i
Tallahassee and .lie I in the burying army.
Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson- of flet'CIIllCosCJ J. Brown, Clerk Bartolo F. Olivcros, St. Augustine.
ground of the city of their adoption. To the General Ferro has decided upon providing Ja('k on ville.Superilltendent. Sheriff Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine

west is part of the possession of the Marquis every soldier with a badge, which will serve! ville.Fifth Circuit u James n. Dawkins, Gaines} of Schools-Albert J. Russell .Issessorof Taxes David L. Dunham St.

do La Fayette. These lands were selected for to establish his identity in the event of an vii lc. Jacksonville Augustine.:
Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Collector of R'I'e/lllc-Joseph F. Llambias l
their and the accident or of death. Small\ plates for a similar -
J good quality presented to Seventh Circuitf., Archer Cocke, :Sanford St. Augustine
: marquis ns a token of gratitude for his> unselfish purpose have for years been worn on the County/ Judge. Caldwell/! -Henry, Jasper J. Stewart, Ja81or.Uel'J. Superintendent/ of Schools-C. I.. Perpall,

.t'' sacrifices for American liberty. P.art, neck by tho German and Austrian troops.! Court Calendar. Sheriff-James M. Duncan, Jasper St. Augustine. ....

of these fine lands are now owned by Captain The Due de Cambacercs expired last night, Assessor( of Taxes-J. 11. Hunter, Ancrum. H'MTEIl COUNTY.
P. IIoustoun. A few miles- to" the north after severe attack of bronchitis. The deceased Full TCI'IIt- Collector of Rel''III1C-'V. H. II. McLcod, County+ Judge!-Henry S.Custody, Lcesburg,
Columbia ; Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Lcesburg.:
west is the elegant brick mansion of Mr. nobleman, *''lu was a senator and Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October County.Superintendent Shel'ijJ-.T. S. Dyclics, Lcesburg.Assessor .
of Schools-Joshua H. Rob
Hopkins, spacious in its arrangements and grand master of ceremonies under the second Walton Holmcs,211'edne.tllay-Ith Monday in after October.1th crt:, Ancruin. ( of Taxes-G. P. Wall, Webster.
: Monday
rich and costly in all its appointments. The empire, was born in 17)3.! His father in October HCRNANDO COUNTY. Collector of Rt'L'CIlIle-Johll W. Dyches
grounds are ]handsomely But with evergreen was a general, and Napoleon I. appointed Washington Monday after 4th Monday County Judge".. L. Fricrson, Brooks- Lcesburg.Superintendent! of Schools-A.. C. Clarke,

trees, flowering shrubs, beautiful roses and him one of his pages, afterwards giving hima in October. ville. Sum tt'rville. t
Jackson, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville.
pot-plants. To the north is lake Jackson, commission in tho army, with which he October. SUWANEE; COUNTY.
Slit'l'iff-.T. Mickler:: Brooksville.
called by Colonel Butler and Colonel Call took part in some of the latter campaigns, Escambia,1st Monday in December. Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks County Judge)[, M. Blackburn, Live
for their warm friend,) General Jackson. being wounded at Waterloo After the revolution This amended i section 2 of act of February vine Oak.

Near tho, Lake hLive1 Oak, the 'splemlid .of 18311 }I.lla Cambncwrcs rallied to 10, ;1S.;;), .ai.\d! docs not change: the Collector of Jet'ClluJo' )[. Townsend, Clerk-Robert A. Reid: Live Oak. i?
Spring Term. Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak
Brooksville. ,
M plantation ]house of Governor Branch, that the" new monarchy, and was nominated a THIRD CIRCUIT Superintendent, of Schools-T). H. Thrasher, Assessor. of Taxes"". II. Sessions, Weir y.
is well worth a visit. In this vicinity is tho colonel in tho National Guards. He entered Sprinif Term- Fort Dade. born.

Butler plantation. Eighteen ]miles away, on the Chambrc des Paris five years afterwards, Tavior, 1st Tuesday after tat Monday in HILLSROROUUII COUNTY Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison, 1 '
Live Oak.
tho north end of the lake, was the plantation and did some useful work ; but after the December April. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa .
Madison 2d in Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones r.
of Col. Call Hero too was that of Col. coup d'etat, he became one of the Monday April. (JI.'rk-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak.
Hamilton 4th in .
Monday April.Suwance
oncl Cotton's, and many others, surroundingthese staunchest supporters of f the imperial rfgime; ,1st Monday after 4th Monday:: Sheriff). Isaac Craft, Tampa. VOLU8IA' COUNTY. '
Assessor( TtI.1'cs-S., E. Sparkman, Tampa.
beautiful lakes:" Jackson, eighteen and, as grand master of ceremonies, was entrusted in April.! Collector of J/'I'fIWe-'V. P. Buns, Tampa. County Judge! -James II. Chandler, Enter-
miles long ; Imonia, twenty-five miles long; with several important missions. Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools-W.P. Henderson prise.
in Clerk John W.
April :
to tho east lake :Mtccasuklc: of The Due de Cambacercs was in the Tampa. Enterprise. k
an irregular enjoy
nth after 4th
Lafayette, ( Tuesday Monday Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.; ,
'2 ( shape, about the same size ; to the west of ment of a considerable fortune, and was in April JEFFERSON.Judge Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter -
Tallahassee, Lake Bradford noted for his charities. Three years ago he Fall Term- CUIif/til/ : -J. B. Christie, :Monticello.: prise. *

Go where you will, there arc to be seen celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of his Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in A"hetiT.( B. Simkins, :Monticello.: Collector of llel'cllIle-Jolm B. Jordan, De-
October Clerk::-Vf. C. Bird, Monticello. Land:
fine plantations, with their residences, quarters marriago ; but the title dies with him. Madison, 2d Monday[ in October. Superintendent of Schools W. R. Taylor, Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw, !

and barns, tho owners of which, with A romantic Incident occurred recently at Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Enterprise '(

their retinue of slaves, previous to tho war, the Assize Court Algiers.. A veteran ex- Suwannee, Monday:: after 4th :Monday: County Treasurer"'. :M.: Girardeau, :Mon- W.KtLLOU TY. "

were happy and prosperous, making large Turco, wearing the French military and the in October. ticello.\ \ County Judge W. A. Giles, Crawfordvillc. >
Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector; of Jt'l'elwe-Josl'ph Palmer, Mon Sheriff-W. II. Walker Crawfordvillc.
crops of cotton and provisions and enjoyingthe life-saving medals, and minus an arm, lost October ticello.\ Clerk-Nat. R. Walker,, Crawfordvillc.

fruits of, their labor. This might bo in the service, was brought up on charge Lafayette, Oth Tuesday after 4th :Monday: Assessor of Ta.res-J. I'. Grantham, Wau- Superintendent of Schools"'. T. Duval. t+

thought a misnomer; but the master had an of wounding a native Cadi. This official, it in October keenah. Crawfordville.

abundance and lived in style! of luxury, appears, had forcibly expelled the Turco FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE" COUNTY. County TreIl81ll'cr-,Yo W. Walker, Craw-
Sprillg'Tt'rlll- Countif 7udge-" J. Dixon, New Troy. fordville.
while his slaves were well clothed and fed, from a small\ house which he refused to quit. $t. John's 2d Tuesday in :March: ,Starr-Thomas! Walker, New Troy. Collector of Rel'e/wt-W. II. Walker, Craw

und their comfort nnd health cured for The old soldier purchased a knife, and, stab Clay, 4th Tuesday:'> March Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordvillc. 1

I The State House sits on the south end of bing the Cadi violently in the face, exclaimed Bradford, l>t Tuesday in April. Superintendent of&/lOol8-J.C.Uam8ey, New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw
Baker in Tray. fordville.
the range of hills owhich\ the town is lo- "Your mouth Iha1ne"er\ deliver Tuesday April.
Nassau, Tuesday in April. County Trea.nmr-J.\1. N. Peacock, New
I ated. Across the plaza, on the opposite side any more iniquitous judgments." By dint Duval, hot Tuesday in May Troy. G. I.. VERY, ''

of the street, is the former residence of Col- of a clever speech in his favor the defendantwas Fall TermSt. Collector of Jct'elwe-Xewt01 Supp, New '

y onel Butler, to the south is that ofcx-Gov. acquitted, when, flinging his turban in John's 2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. '
4th Tuesday in September. Assessor of T rxes-A. S. Ackley, New Troy.
crnoa Walker, and bordering the pretty the air, he shouted Vive France !" a cry Bradford l>Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY> s r

park is that of Governor Bloxham. Northof that was taken up and echoed by all the linker, 2d Tuesday in October. L IVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.
County JlldleC.. Bvrd, Tallahassee\
Colonel Butler's house is the City Hotel. Arabs in and near the court. Nassau, Tuesday in October. Sheriff) .\. !:Moseley: Tallahassee. CARRIAGES AND WAGONS

Here, ordinarily, in times gone, gathered the Very heavy damages have been awardedto Duval, hot Tuesday in November. Clrrl.-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. To and from Steamers nnd Trains. .

lrf great men of Florida, und on extra occasions M. Lambert for injuries received while FIFTH CIRCUIT .' Superintendent Schools-Henry. N.Felkcl, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.
Term Tallahassee.
held their levees and the Eastern: tyring
entertained their traveling on Company's line.
f :Sumter: :3d Monday in :March.:\ Treasurer-r-J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee. FOR SALE :
Yk. friends in regal style. On an elevation in the Tho accident occurred on the 5th of }December Marion, 4th Monday in March. Collector of Rel'ellle-O. C. Pearce, Talla- HORSES, BUGGIES: HARNESS,

141 north end of the city, surrounded by a fine last, at the Bondy Station, nn express Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th :Monday: in liassee.Assessor. CARTS AND WAGONS.

park of evergreen trees, shrubbery and Clovers running into a slow train that was about to March of Tajces-G. A. Croome, Tallahas TERMS C.LSII.-t
LeIth Tuesday after 4th :Monday: in see JW'"Otllre and Stable-First Street
fountains, handsome: drives, etc., is the start. The prosecutor was lamed, his two March. LEVY COUNTY.> Broom Street Wharf. 49.1, near

residence formerly owned and occupied by legs being caught between the benches of Aluchua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday in County Ju.llt-\! II. :Sebring, Bronson; -. ,--_ _._- .. .. __ ..-..... ,,.
ex-Governor Call, and now tho residence of his compartment, and a portion of his skull> March Clerk-J. :M.: Marco, Bronson. Stores and Tinware. -- -

t.1'. his daughter, )frs. Long There are many was fractured. It was proved that :M.: Lambert Fall T'rm- Sht'riff-J. 8. Parker, Bronson.!
Sumter, 1st Monday in October. assessor Taxes! Louis Bnjnson.
of Apjtcll,
places of attraction and beauty in Tallahas was making nearly 30,000 francs a year :\larhm,3d Monday in October. Collector of IlIIIe-J. Ini Gore, Cedar( W. P. STREETY,

see Mr. George Lewis has pretty home; entirely by his own exertions, and that he Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Key.Sujvrintendent. Second Street, opposite the }Post-Office: ,

his flower garden is well cared for and keptin had been utterly disabled by the accident, Levy, 4th Tuesday in November of Schools-J, B. Menden-.

order Mr, Chas. Pearce lives in a pretty and damages were accordingly asked for to Alachuu, Monday:: after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson,
.... .. ..... November.
and bright locality. IT, jiawKins, .jir, wu- the amount of 500,000 francs Maitre leBerguier SETENTU CIRCUIT.

son, Mrs. Brokaw could go on ad ilijillUu", pleaded on behalf of the prosecutor Spring Term- County J/lf1Ut-U.:: Witherspoonladi.::

; with telling of handsome residences, attractive and the court fully recognizing the Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.Sht'riff.U1.. Hunkins, Madison.Clerk i 5F1 :(; ':. : L;'>
",' grounds and shaded avenues. Amongthe losses sustained by his client, sentenced the Volusia. 3d. Monday February. : -John M. Beggs. MadisonSujvrintendent

modern improvements contemplated, is company to the payment of 250,000 francs, llrevarl,1st Dade, 3d Monday Monday in April.in Marrh. of School*-11.: S. Tyner,
the erection of a new courthouse by the or$50,000. Fall Term- Treamrer-S. S. Smith, Madison.: w t.c.f h: ..,.

county commissioners. Feeling the grow.. IVIrafe School.Mrs Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of leeYnue-M..lI, Warring, Mad
Volusiu!! 2d Monday in September.
ing wants of the city, the citizens, with commendable -
11 Jo:. Alexander will open a }permanent Urevard. 4th Monday in September. ison.Atteuor of T .
real and enterprise, have organ. private school in the Baptist church on Dade, 2d Monday in November ison. 1 ', t

ized a joint stock company for the purposeof the lUth of May, and solicits a generous MANATEE COUNTY. J

t tt' building a first-class hotel, which will oc ;. share of public patronage. Terms liberal. Comity Officers. County Jvulge! -'li. T. Crawford, :Manatee:
the school between
at the hoursof
cupy the old courthouse square fronting on Apply room ALICHUA COUNTY.iunty (Vert,;-Robert H. Griffith, Manatee,
8 and .
t' ) Carter Place, a very broad street leading Jo'Y.RSSIHN1ar a. in. p. in 8, 1881-3m. (\ tyV-Junius:' C. Gardner, Gaines Sheriff .\. H. Watson, Pine Level.Auetfttr .
Tost J.
> BrudentownCollector
of Tyler
Jk" the town. The hotel U ville. STOVES, HEATERS
1 across to have all Clerk if 1ku'enue-Marion (I J. Carlton, RANGERS.
A. Gainesville.
the modern improvements, water, elevators Notice to Carlisle, 'onus!i.Superintendent. TIN
t gas I Tax-l\iyer! Sheriff{{ JohnV.. Turner, (lainesville..tLeuur AND SHEET-IRON W.AltErnOOl1XO _
.. F etc., and, when finished, will accommodate am now ready to receive tax returns for of .urea-horgo\V.1awthorueL of Schovlt-Felix J. Seward, AND GUTTERING: .
Pine Ix>vel. ,
over a hundred guests. "Hotel de the present )'car. Blank returns will bo fur Hawthorne.Mlector I
lished at oftice over (G, Stark'il tore 1*.Thomas Gaines \KIOX COUNTY. fJ PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.
J..eon" is the name suggested for it. It will my ,cor- of RC"'CItUt-O,
ner of Centre and Second street. ville. (\tl1l19 <, J// -Samuel Marshal, ( <'nln. .\ large stock of ton'8 on hand. Give'
certainly be well patronized, Tallahassee: WM. 'II. (Uutxn.FEHXAKDINA Superintendent (:f &hwllN, Sheats, CIc'k-1tuhert BulUk, (knla, a all., and wMujiar my prict with those me of
: i ig not surpassed} for salubrity of climate, March 10, 1881-tf (Gainesville. SAn-if-\ B. CruUlitU'ld, (Kula. other! huu<'o y, l'l'1''ur d"Cwll\1'i:>. ":.

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'H THE FOODS 1I7J HAT. with young trees set in the row, so that when Jolt SAM. 1J.880. .1881.

A very l large proportion of us "go it }blind", the posts are gone it leaves your fence an ornament 4 msiKAitu:! : iiousr./ CONTAIXIXOXJL

with reference to the food we cat, liming instead of an eyesore. Then it is so live rooms, with Closets, front Piazza \ .

no knowledge worthy the name concerning cheap.'' Two wires will turn the worst largo large Yard, Orange,. Lemon and Hanana ,', '. --
their nutritive value or their < character* relates :stock ; three for calves and sheep, and live Trees. Centrally located. Sood title, etc. '
to adaptability to digestion. This for hogs A man and a )boy can l put tip half For further particulars, inquire at this
ough t not to be so. If we better understood our a mile in a day', after the posts arc set, it oflk-f.\ .t itfLepjal T H EFLORIDA

foods, and understanding vcrned ourselves javes labor 'Tramps'\ do not steal it for - ---
accordingly, t there would be less sull'ering kindling or scat board, nor travel across .tilt'ertisentcnts.Iii .
among us than there now is and far fewer your laud: As to its being 'barbnrouV! I ,- .
funeral ceremonies over the remains of persons have never known nn animal really hurt. JiisflceN" C'ourt.

who, it would seem, ought to have. with it, and if they are scratched they will : 01' ) !
lived to much riper age The character of i not try it again. The only place I have STAT1J 1"1.01)1)'A :-I\\ COUNTY I

the food has more to do with us! than is generally found it would not do was around small lots To C. J. WilliIIUIfOItillI 1I't(fe-; You are
supposed! "'c often hear persons, I where numbers of cattle are kept ; they will hereby not itied that a writ of attachment has ..

boast that they are not particular concerning hook each other through it.' -Xcw York been issued:' against you, and your property

what they cat {not so they have plentyof Cut ton./ attached, to satisfy the demand of Charles MIRROR

it. They should be particular-c\crv per Angel, amounting to $2\ Now, unless you
son should. True, they may be blessed: witha CROII'1)INA Tin: I'LAXT.Cotton shall appear before J, A. F.llermann: \ a Justice

digestive apparatus so powerful as to seemingly grows oil' much better when it is of the Peace in and for said County, at

stand anything, and they slay in consequence not crowded the drill, and can be reduced his otllcc at 1o''rIIllHlinlFIa", on the :27th
cat their way through; the world to a stand with much'less labor When a day of August! A. n. 1831 1, Ht 1 to( clock a.m.,

without any apparent, inconvenience, but bushel of !seed is sown per acre (the stalks judgment will bo rendered ain: our word for it the bad effect is marked downin arc so much crowded that it I is materially CIJAHUa::: :)",

some,)ortiun of the organization, sooneror jured before it can be thinned to a stand, Plaintiir.
later to burst forth in a result more terrible and a full crop I is impossible, under such circumitaiices. Fernandina, Fla. June 23, 1881.
than if it had: been (gradually expcrienccd Proper care in opening the furrow -- --- --- ------ -'- -

along us the; impress-urn! was made. in which to \plant, a good barrel roller In Justice', Court.
A man ought to cat that he may live, but and a good seed drill will insure the stand STATE: OF FLORIDA, =S.T'E.A.W11 [ ____

too often we find men living, apparently, with a half bushel of!seed per acre on any 1 COUNTY (OF NASSAU.To .
for little other purpose than that they may: land. On sandy land a peck per acre is C..1. \\nilitiintim (uhf! ll't/i;' :.-You are
eat. Such jr.en are to be met \\ith in ail\ abundant.Another. hereby notified that. a writ of; attachment

classes of society, but looking everything very important point is to leave has been issued against you, and your property
over carefully it would seem that there are the best t\lk'in! reducing the cotton to n attached, to satisfy! the demand: of James J
more of them among the laboring 'people stand. This! is not properly understood bjr K. .Medd.iughand f ; Wilo\ amounting sM-VW.:\ :!

than among people of any other kind, and many farmers We have learned from nine Now, unless! you shall appear \before .i. .\,
especially among farmers. With !some of years clasp observation that the stalks that F.llermann, a'Justice of the Peace in and for

i them it is: eat all\ the time, so to speak. It i is take the! lead, at (the start always make the said County, at hNolVu'oat 1'ernunlinoClan: .r
"hog and hominy nt peep (i I\lay in the best stalk, und the difference? is far greater on the :27tli? ) day: of August, 1 issl 1, at 10 o'clock

morning, in supplies astonishingly/ large! than most farmer suppose. Any farmer a.m., judgment will hr-rcndm-d, ,againstou..
hog and hominy" in supplies till larger that has his work done with hired labor can J. 1 Jo;:. MKDDAl'CHI\ .wo WIFK, M + tl

at noon, und hog and hominy again just satisfy himself:" of this by, going; into his field) Plaintiir.Fernandina i ; I

r'' ; before retiring at night And, of course, it and reducing ono row to stand, being' Very ._, Fla., Juno 2l l 1331.( 1 I' hX.kjI'oN
ks. hatcno -- --------- --
must pass\ as all\ right if they think so-the careful to leave (the best tnl 1} *
tS hog and hominy is their own ; but while it doubt that crops produced with hired labor In .lustie(> 'N C'ourt.

may be all right with I them, it goes/ a little arc reduced one-l'unrtIi by leaving the infe- STA'IT OF FLORIDA)! ,
''' hard with the region of country in which rior talk-S'II'! York Cvtton.COTTOX.. l COUNTY (OF NASSAU.T .
f' it huIIHllIIl' to its char (iconjf ]1I7i1irq-You\ are hereby notified 1- 0"d
$ they live, giving a as
p that writ of attachment' has been issued
healthfulncss. a : I I
acter-for general W
TOI'l'lXG 'oN '
againstou, and your 'nropeily attached\ to I ,
of uN
u But we cannot, as a course, expect -, u
our Htrong-stomnchcd friends to find Practical farmers differ in opinion as to satisfy tho demand of 11'. Thompson, surviving hl q 0
the value cotton. Our opinion is of Dickinson .V ('
:i much ofintercstin what we are saying under topping partner : u., amounting -
this head. They'll have their and that that it will pity: The fruit culturist and 11ori I to :$!::ili.L': ."). Now, unless you !'hallnpl'l'ar
F, is their own concern but there way may be tome iculturist practice upon this i idea for the j,urpo before .1. .A. Kllermann n Justice of the s r3 t ;IIb 6JbSC
) y; the readers of, The HtgMcr whose !'e of increasing the fruitfulness! and flowering Peace in and for said County, at his ofllce at
Is among bo of trees and plants. nipping)I the ex- Fornandina, Fla., on the 20th\ day of August,
stomachs are not known: to us strong as:
: the stomach of an ostrich and these will tremiticsofthOhrmicltcsthegrowtln is forced I A. I D. issi, at lu fl(lock a. m', judgmentwill H
into the older branches and expended in be rendered against you.W. .
.in all lind soniethingofintcrcst
h probability, exhibit the development of fruit rather than in the :H. THOMPSON(} ,
the : -
tin approximate
,1 formation of new wood. Growth i is! alwaysmore :Surviving; partner of Dickinson tt Co"l'laintiff., erg,_S ram". -
; The Ii.'hc food in common use that we vigorous in the newly formed parts ; ;

., 'have, perhaps, is butter, it containing 1X3 percent by preserving these" parts it I is transformed Fernandina' Juno 18, 1881. tdNorfc
ak t [ of pure nutriment. Of course it must to other portions. This truth lies at the -- .
a |be very pure to come up to this standard ; foundation of the theory of pruning "'e iFoFlfx co: iFiM; )icvr: inx.KNOW .

L.' I the water or milk must oe entirely removed should, say that the ellect of topping cotton

a 'from it, and it must contain no salt. Hut would be similar. It ought to secure a better AI.L MKN: J1Y TIHWK) :: ): PKKS- ,

r |for all this, butter is not to be regarded as a growth of the branches, develop squares, : That we, C. }1', Yuleee, J. II.McOinnis .
? first-class food, owing to the fact that it is and prevent the shedding of tile young fruit. William Uawson, W. H. C. ))lIr-
j Shard of digestion: taking under the most fa- The time for topping will depend upon the ytlc'fhomas Kydd, Calvin Il. Dibble Henry == >C>i .A.N"J: :>==

Kvorable circumstances, near four hours to stage; of the crop. Ordinarily we should say K. Dottercr, and (I. Stark, all of the State of 0
I' entirely appropriate it to the wants of the the proper time would be from the middle Florida, under and in accordance with tho

'system. Persons with extremely weak stomachs to the last of JulIII very wet seasons topping provisions of an act of the :Sfate: : of Florida,
had. therefore, better make use of as lit- cotton sometimes causes it to "sucker. entitled "An act to Provide for the Creationof

f. tie butter as possible. If the cotton is fruiting well, however thereis Corporations to PrcM-iihc their General -
Good wheat bread contains GO per cent of no danger of this. If some of our friends Powers and Liabilities! ," approved- .
i y ,nutriment and will be digested in three will send us their experience on this )point gust Nth, 180S, and an act of the Legislatureof ) ;';:, : ''' .

i ( hours and n half. Biscuit. if made withdigest they! : may accomplish much good.-Xcw said State, entitled<<1 "An act to Repeal tin

\'prlitllp. sliortniiintr. ntoro'easilint i- Fork: (':otton. act entitled an act to Provide for the Crea
lv -li"w', i\k-stomach than; light j bread, as ion! of Corporations and to Prescribe theft

i ., ;] they are not so apt to become acid. Cornbread COTTOX SI:I I), General Powers and Liabilities, und to lie JOB P"R.TWTT-NTa: MOUSE

,. contains as much nutriment as wheat "'e have seen thesdatcutentrecently madeat create and Amend t the Sections Repealed: bj' ._
;' (, i, and is far more easy of digestion. the meeting of cotton seed<<1 crushers at said act," approved March llth., 187!>, di I ,
1." The meat easiest of digestion is boiled venison
l i : Cincinnati, Ohio, that by fcrtiliiiiu with cotton hereby associate ourselves together as a eoI""orah' .. ,
about hour and thirty minutes
Q "''' one seed meal land which )produced but body under the II lUll 0 and style olTHH f
all\ the time but in of
required point nutritive -
; eighteen bales of cotton without the aid of : HKACII HOTKL; AND HOAD COM
value it i is the poorest of all the meats,
the fertilizer, had by : pplieationincrcased PANY. The princ'il'I1Iure: \ of business! ol f
i containing, as it docs, but 22 per cent. The said be the
its yield to one hundred and forty-five COlllpanshnll in City of Fernandina
next easiest to is mutton taking two
bales of cotton per annum. The increased ) tit the Stato of Florida.II ) .
hours and fifteen minutes. It contains :30 That till business of said /s. -
yield is at that rate enormous. Why then f'lIIlIpllllvshall ::,i
per cent of nutriment. Then conies beef, f 1 1
be ; <
to build and
should not )men who have capital and machinery manage a hotel nut
# digestible ( roast or steak ) in three hours put up a cotton seed oil mill here? necessary accommodation: on Amelia Heticli, Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
and thirty minutes, containing 20 per cent. and to obtain, the of
The average amount of cotton shipped from right maintaining and .
of nutriment then roast veal, digestible in \
; bales collecting! toll road tho /
this depot alone is about 2,500 at 800 011 connecting bench
four hours and 25 cent of
per with the of Fernandina.
pounds of seed to the bale would give 2,000- City
nutriment ; and last in our pork, III. That the stock of till ,
tiv'eandsix{ 000 pounds of seed at this point alone besides capital Comany -
which must have between hours
!:! shall be ten thousand dollars
what could be purchased from other I divided
for complete digestion, and when digested places. The profit on the oil I is greater than nto shares of one hundred dollars each,
s giving but-21 percent, of nutriment. with privilege of ,tof'khol.ll'I'14 to Mihsmbu .
*ti ,on any industry' we know of and there is "
Poultry contains about 27 per cent. of nutriment ready sale for all the oil which can be produced. in ((4)) one-eighth,, ((4)) one-fourth and ((4)) one*
and may be digested about three There is: a ready market here for all half lIlu'tt'n I per contain of all "Mihscrip- \
: : hours. Fish giver: 20 per cent of nutriment ions of stock to be when such
the fertilizers which can bo made from it, paid nib-n-riji- F] ItN
and is in two hours.
ordinarily appropriated l.NDINlFL.9JlIDA.
thins made ami the
and labor I is plentiful and reasonably: cheap are a.- may .
A In the way of vegetables and, beans contain: "'e ask; again, why font some ono try it?- bo ordered by the Hoard of Din-dor of said a ':
37 percent, of nutriment may be digested '
Company. .
Lake '
in two hours and thirty minutes Irish City JiejMtrtcr. .' .
; IThat the corporation hereby created : ) "
)c" potatoes 13 cent.-two hours and thirty ; :
per shall! date its corporate existence from the -- .." -.3:' ", '
minutes ; sweet potatoes, 30 per ceut.-three J. II. PIIESCOTT.. day of tiling of these articles of incorporation '-c';::;,:, :f,, : "
hours hours cabbage ( ,
; turnips, 7 percent.-two ; "
F as required<< by the acts as aforesaid, 0 .
t : 7 percent.-four hours and-thirty min ,;i''Cr-b1; <1o '' ; '. .
and shall continue for the term of ninety- ,, -- ,-- ./ ,- : ,:"! ;,;r'.. !!: \, .
utes cucumbers, 2 cent., and raw-well, '
per nine venrs. ':; : ,:
1.. ,.' they can scarcely be considered digestible at Style, Fit, V. That} the business of(tho COlli' pnll shall, I < t";. '"
all. Cooked the cooking tho -
( J on plan eggplant t be conducted by a Hoard of I'm(5)( ])ireet- '
f they are some better, but the small y Comfort ors, to bo c'lecte'lIIthe stockholders on the .
percent, of nutriment which they contain ,
r first Monday of March in each and every
ought to entirely drive them from use as a veur, excepting that tinfirst election shall
?i. .,cucumbers food. And we after ought we have to follow thrown closely!away with the )be held<< at such tonne! as the undcrsignc l cur Having added NE{,' TYPE .A.\l XI,:\,' I'IU'SHI'H: to our ofllce, and JUlvlngHKII.r.En
of them ,shall
; 'a.. Durability porators or a majority determine
G field peas, which come about as near beingno upon) Said Hoard of Directors ,shall
food at all as anything we know of. True elect u President and Secretary, and "Ut'llnUll'r > WOltKMK.V: who know how to use: the same, we are now
,they contain a pretty fair per cent of nutri subordinate olliri-rs as the business of

ment, but then: they are so dilHcult of digestion I tilt: Company' may require prepared to do any und every kind of printing .' '
A' /
as to make them decidedly undesirable \'I. That the )highest; amount of indc-ht- .
for table use especially when the main I less or liability to which said coronation ', : ..0'1

object of eating is to live. !, can at any time subject itstlfuliull l.c twentyfive -
The scientists who have investigated this hundred ($2.r..w) dollars.!
food question have given us very little data VII. That the said 'with reference to fruits. Persons not scientists
vested with all rights! and )privileges which
writing on the subject have set forth extravagant Hating largely increased!' my the acts heretofore referred) to can convey

notions concerning fruits as a food. Mock of root-near, in both fine VIII. In witness whereof, we, the parties
|:That some of them are valuable"' as an article aforesaid<< have hereunto set our bunds and
of food we well know, but they do not, and medium grade!' I am enabled heal, the IHth day of :May .\. I D. 1K1.C. FROM A
as a general rule rank above the usual 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING
gar to place before my customerx :. WICKLIFFK: YULKi:):, CARD
den vegetables.: According to the data before J. H. McfJINNIS, ,

us the apple[ eaten raw, and being perfectly n very large assort!' men t of W. H. RAWSON<< ,, eAs

: ripe and mellow is the easiest ofdiges.tlon ISoofM. und Shoe, Mode by the W. II. C. DUKYKK:, .
requiring but about two hours. Hut asa T. KYDD.O. .
food it I is of no great value, containing butT moNt competent und Nkllledworkmen. II. DIHIILK.

10 per cent of nutriment.. The peach comes* 11. K. DOTTKHKR: ,
Best, l perhaps; then the pear, the cherry Good nerepurcluiNed 2!> (J. HTAKK. j
and so on to the small fruits. The banana for CANII, and lire -- -- '-'" .
:. contains the greatest nutritive value of all 1)\'.'.''X'I'H obtained for new inventions ,
the sub-tropical fruits, followed first by the only exchanged; for the Mimecommodity. ---- ortfor improvement in old Neatly and as"
Cheap UN any Ofllce In .'J rldn.
fig and second the Melons ones. Caveats Trade-Marks {
orange. are Thin, will be deemed InfriiigemenU, '
very indifferent food. The juice of the wa and all patent business )promptly attended) ; : ; S.H'V
termelon Is of some nutritive value'but the n pleasure after weeing, examinliiff to. INVENTIONS THAT 1IAVK: IJKI'NIJIUKCTKD .. :: : : ; ,; : ;

4':"':,, pulp is no better than pine shavings, which and learning at what ; may still, in inout CUM, )IMJ iwtlented f'i:7: ,, '
.; ;', .' H, somewhat resembles) when the juice has by u*. lu-ing opi>osite the 11. N. I'ut- ; .: ;;
k been thoroughly pressed out.-.Mutile llenitter. extremely low price' thee' -nt
'J. \ : ILXC'LUSIVKLY.; : we ran secure |put .,'. "" ,t' <..:. < .: "
,'. (hoods' are offered.tii1 .. : .1' t
cuts in lea time than those who) lire remote -- -- -' "" t- ,

FEXCKS IX TIll SO UTII.f ; Jiy stock or (UXTI.IJJ IX'H (WIll Washington. .' \ : ': s
':1 '. When) Inventor scud nuMlcl or sketch -:.::;
:. A Louisiana friend write u* I have not FIKMSIII.VC GOODS IM" worthythe we make search in tf Patent Olllcc, and o. ;.t'. ..I"'I
direct indirect interest '
J' that I want to use! the allY'ell'E'cheapest( ,and except attention of.(those ,
; ft-"'"< reasonable ,
: best Si 1 x ago Ieach nut 40 roils of barbed \ '. '
years up <:ood ; ando CHAlKlj) / '; t'NUISS; PAT $. (
\ wire fence, and year have added to EST OHTAINKP.. ,'i i '\it
.:" it. and like it *o well) that this year I am j? f Order left to my heleetlou \\'- refer byrmU| : ..iou i to tIlt" (';tv !',"'t- trluu'tsendyour order for PUI5T1N[;, HINDINO'amt'llULINO tu offlw* out-

:',-Belling rails and otf.board good fence and burning, because up 1 think decayed it will rerelte careful and prompt master, and to the Order Sii|.i-riiiU-ndeiit J ivW..i. '<>f theIWOmYr side the State. Orders (or either ,mill; 'receive prompt attentlon'rnmru, AddrA""-' *
Money in Wash
n ,
better and to build wire than attention .
-I' i. ',
cheaper ington. For *|*xial) rtJVrcnticircular:-r- \ .if.. }r.'tr
to repair I am making and J H. PRESCOTT rice, h..ru"'J Hf: o.loln'tO" '. 1'LOItll.l, 1\11U1&01l.;
woolen rails ., .
tiling new on place. ..1sto {' -.... .
( A. .SNOW .
A CI)., :; 1 4-r.-,
i lotnf-.l. I tlnd that a few good lu.t answer, J-3ua IVriaaudlun. .'1.. 2-tf Op.p4U-nt Unit'\VotIiiiijtwii D.C. I octi :
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l .:"l THE FLORIDA MIRROR President Garfleld's Condition. [l'tnJ.J IIF.J) nv REQUEST] llangc of Thermometer I'I'I nnndln.1: to New York, August I : 287 barrels

ThoPresident's condition, has continued In 3fcmorlatn, FOK Till WEEK ENDING rRID.H'OrST 5. rosin, 130:: bnrrclssphrits,102 boxes cedar, ,
I 2.00 A I'EAIti41.001'Olt SIX MONTHSI to improve during last week By means oi t'1)eparted this life at U-esburg, Sumter IIOUSKY'H I 134 logs cedar, 43: bales cotton, 2J9 packages
imuo STORE.
--_ pillows he has been sitting up daily for county, Fla, on 'time Iui.ht of time llth of '-'---- hides, (0 I cases cigars 111 empty barrels, 23:

1tcJlccttone quite ft time, and he has expressed! himself July, John J. Dickison, Jr., only son of (; 7a. in. 12 mu. 3 p.IJ1''G p. JI1. Winll1 packages merchandise. .
era! J, J. Dickison) and my idolized brother. / -
as feeling better from the change Poor stricken dear the demon hearts that Saturday..,---1--I I II Public School Notice

Refreshing. showers almost daily this week The Bell electrical balance, for the ascertainment hurled their murderous darts at thy helpless I Sunday ... 80 I rib 85 i 8:1: NF.; I The public schools of Nassau comity will
of where the ball U I located, was body were dead. to mercy's call Vengeance Monday 'i' k2: 87 8i( 8t1 Xl';. bo opened on the first Monday[ in ('ptelll'her.
Colonel W. 0. JelTroys, Sr., father of Captain is mine," saith the Lord 'Tuesday.I : I' in these
last. While the "I will re- 82 85 86 85 1L i All teachers! irillg positions
'. W. O. Jeffrey, I is on a visit to this cit)". tried on Saturday night experiment J t 1,1." Comforting w orlslo sorrowing heart.. I VVedn'd'yI 83 Sf r 90 8i ,,1'31'?: schools ore requested to send in their applications

I: Tho of Jacksonville has limited was not entirely definite as it was Thou wilt bo avenged by the God of Love 'Thursday: ) 85 89 Sf M i I':, I to t the count8upC'rintendent as earlyas
mayor wished! to be, it showed the ball to be located Mercy and Ju"tice. Each: blood tailledsoul I 1: rides... 80 I 83 83 8J II'H.. possible, and to meet the examining boardin
I k: j the time for the pale of watermelons in that In the anterior wall of the stomach. This: will be called before that Great Tribunal to / :school room No. 1, Fcrnandina, at nine
:: ,city to August 10th. render nn account for their fiendish deed I o'clock n. m., on 'flll.'SI1nthe 27th of August
is where Dr. Bliss has all along said the hall and receive Hii just condemnation. II I JfAUIN'E.fort :. or at Callahan on the; following Satur
} # Collector Mcrritt,of the New York CustomHouse The of the is that Oh. Father in Heaven
was opinion physicians : : bind upotir stricken I day. W. A. MAIIONEY, ,, _
I: formally turned over the office to the ball is not more than two and a half hearts Pour Thou into our bleeding of Fcrnandtna. Superintendent of Schools.FKKNANDIXA S

Judge Robertson on the 1st inst. inches from the anterior or front surface of wounds the healingVonsolation of Thv love. i Augusts, 1881.-It.
My own precious darling, I know in thy
;4 Professor S. S. llahn, of the Newbcrne, S. the stomach. No effort will he, made to ex fearful agony Christ, our dear Saviour, our Saturday, Aug. 0...... 4:10: .\. M I. 4:51:: ll'. M. For Kent.
i .f. C., College, made The Mirror a pleasant call tract it, unless it causes more trouble tJH\1I1t loving laser; Brother, took thee into His Sunday, 7...... 5:21: to (i:00: tI A desirable: residence: on Seventh street,
', 1! this week The professor I is making a tour has heretofore. arm, and thy soul's cry was : Monday, 8...... G:2i": 0:58: near Centre. Apply to *
Tuesday, U.! ..... i:27": 7:51": HEDGES
through Florida In the interests of the col. ---- Dear Christ, to Thee my sins I bring: I AVcdnesday, 10..... 8W": ;8:39: !! 3i-tt' JOHN Railroa.J! Office.mmfctf. 1. .
3 legc. Immigrtltlont.oles.. And lay them at Thy mangled feet ; Thursday, 11...... 0:00": !J:21": _
t Lumbermen's Exchange Fairbanks, agent of the Bureau of It is bitter offering) Friday, 12...... 0:51: 10:09ARRIVED. : .
At n meeting of But penitence make it
can sweet.
A man: as partner with, $1,000. A
>,'* 1 livid nt Chicago on the 28th tilt.: it. Immigration at Jacksonville, furnMics' MM I reach out empty/' hands to Thee, steamboat young engineer preferred. A good opening

::1 was resolve to advance the price of thick with the following abstract of business at And Show Thee, oh Thou the heart of so waywardgrown July :29-Bark l'.,tella, Loring, New York. for the right man. Address
cry ,
11 \ clears and selects $100 per M. A similar his agency : Let l love for every sin atone 1 1Oh. :30-Sch. Mary[ Briggf, Bryant, Beau Cn\s E. TAYLOR. :
'. advance was made on other grades. Letters received, 253 ; letters answered, fort S. C. Fernandina, Fla.
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oJ 11G pamphlets distributed U2!). 31-S. 1'. City of Bridgcton
; .. refuge' of the fin"ickoI! Fitzgerald, For Sale.
l, 'J: An excursion train for Jacksonville will Letters were received from the following What rapture thrills me at the last ; Savannah; in
at 8:15 arriving Aug. 2-S. S. Western Texas, limes N. Y. Family Carriage, perfect running or
leave here tomorrow morning : sections I hear the tempest thunders roll, but
: der. Seals four. Has been little used.

there at 0:45.: Returning, the train will Alabama, 11 ; Arkansas: I 5 ; California, 2 ; The But things all my of doubts earth no and more fears I are see,past. 3-Sch.-:S. 1'. Izctta.City Point Rich,, Creaser Charleston., Charles Apply to W. B. C. DL-RYEE.

I leave Jacksonville at GOO: p. in. and arrive Connecticut. 3 i: Florida. 53: ; (Georgia, 0 ; Illinois As trusting: wholly in Thy blood ton. ------ I

I here at 7:30. Faro for.the round trip, $1. 20! ; ]Indiana: : Iowa, 5 ; Kansas. :3 .; Oh. thorn-crowncdKing, of Calvary, 3-:;. 1'. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald I'ost-Offlcc Xottcc.
Kentucky, 11 ; Maine, j ; lan'land, -1 ; Massachusetts Thy peace breaks on me like a flood! Savannah. Office Hours-From 8:00: A. M. to G:00: p. M.
Captain William Livingston, formerly con 12 ; Michigan: 5 i :jnnesota[ 2 ; 5-S. 1'. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald Money Orders and Registered Letters from i r
ductor on the Florida Central, but more recently Mississippi 4 Missouri, 5J. Nebraska: 2 ; To Thee can come the weariest soul Savannah. 8:00: A. M. to 1:00:( r. M.; and from 2:00: r. M. )'
connected with the Macon & Brunswick New Ifa ipshire i. 3 ; New Jersey, 1 j New And /find relief when sore distressed ; DF.P.\RTEJ>. to 3:30: 1'. M. Sundays fl'IJmlO:30: to 11:30: A. M.
York, 20 ; Ohio, 0 ; North Carolina. 3 ; Pennsylvania "The" breaking heart thou makcst whole ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE: OF THE MAILS
Railroad has the .
accepted position ns July 29--Brig! Eva N. Johnson Doano Phil I
i 12 ; South Carolina, 2 ; Tennessee, That leans for comfort on Thy breast Northern Mail-Arrives daily at 10:25: A. ]M.
conductor on the Fcrnandina & Jacksonville I (6 I ; Colorado, 4 Wisconsin, G ; Virginia, .t ; Beneath Thv sheltering arms I hide, adelphia.*. Closes 5:00: I'. 111.
Railroad\ Vermont, 3; Texas, 0 : Arizona, 1 ; Dakota, And feel Thy promises are sure ; Aug. 1-S. 1 City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald Kjrtm Jftil- '
I 2 ; Montano, 1 ; New Mexico 1 ; Canada, (0 ; And in the eternal faith abide, Savannah. For points north of Savannah
The Sunday excursion trains from Jacksonville I New Brunswick, 1 ; Nova Scotia, 1 ; being_ Thou wilt forever more endure. 3-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald only, closes........ ....................10:00: A. M.
to Fcrnandina and the Amelia beach from 32 states, 4 territories, and 3 foreign. Savannah. ("CIKcyawl/ / Transit ( *

t arc gaining great favor with the public, as is From north of Potunmac,13.5) ; from south of With undying love,THY SISTIR.: 5 4-S.Sell.; Western Wm. It. Texas! lines, N. Y. Arrives......... ......... ..................... 4:00: r. M. i
evidenced by the crowded cars every Sunday I'otomac,12i.: delphia. Drury, Bond, Phila Closes! ......... ......... ....................... 8:45: A. M.

l Lost Sunday about 175 excursionists It will be seen that although the number List of Letters "-S. 1'. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, Arrives Best Florida....................................... 4:00: r. M.

f visited tho sea-shore. of letters in the aggregate is less for the Remaining in the Post-Office at Fcrnandina Savannah. Clones ......... ................................ 5:00: r. M.
t month the i is from all -S. P. City Point, Creaser, Charles
yet Jacksonville and Johns HirerArrives1.
Nassau Fla. St. -
The public schools of Nassau county will : county, Aug. 5,1881. Pl'r.8ons.l1l1ing ton.
sections. Immigration, even during these !...................10:25: A. M. 5:00: 1'. jr.
for these letters must advertised
be opened on the first Monday in September. months continues and note say IN I'ORT. Closes ......................10:00: 1'. u. 5:00: r. u.
The examination of applicants for the summer wo : Bark Sabine Ellis, 843 tons. St. .lffli'llsf11 ,.,"' Jfill 'ftll'l-
I positions of teacher will take place school from the State local papers that there have Armstrong) Ilanah Brown, Albert Bark Timora (Br.). Slocumb,427: tons. Arrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: r. M.
been, and there are now, very active movements Bristle, Robert Budingtou, O. A.Brinkley Bark Kstolla, 507 tons. Closes Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00: A. M.
No. 1 in Fcrnandina on Tuesday, August In real estate, most of the sales being to D. Bird, Wm. II. Jr. Brig 1'11': Johnson; Duane 218 tons. .* ,\ 27th. Seo notice superintendent.. r Braddock Alberti! Cnnvel' Mary Sch. A. tC E. Hooper, 322 tons. Arrives Mondays( and\ Thursdays. at 8:00: A. M. ;.1
in moderate for settle-
newcomers quantities !
t The of Commissioner Unum to the Clarke, A. F; lJrllllllllOlHIgvll. Sch. Mary Briggs, 250 tons. Tuesdays. and Fridays at 2:30: p. M.
J report ment. On every hand improvements are Hughes, Mary Harris, Laura Sch. W. 11. Jones, 297! tons. Wedn'sdnysundSat'd'ays, nt 9:00: A. M.
:Secretary of the Treasury' bhows that during going on, and general prosperity !seems the Judson, Mask MeClennan Lenna Sell. Izctta, :200 tons. ._ Clones Tuesdays, AVedncsdays, II.
tho last /fiscal ycar$13i,225,002wcro collected/ rule. The railroads arc being extended rapidly :Mason Julia I'etcrsonVillian -- --- ---- Fridays. and :Saturdays: : at 2:30: p .M.
from internal revenue and paid into the Hobcrson. Cilnerv Richard Susan MEMORANDA.: SVM.L.'. R'IDDKLI: : ,, P. :M.
tuft the lines which have been
treasury. The amount collected during the new R. 1). Rice, J. M.[ Passengers/ from Fcrnandina for New York .--
only recently chartered, are being pushed Right, Martha Smith, Rachel per !steamship!: Western Terns, August : FOR SAII,
I" live years of Jamil's administration aggregates Stewart G.! C. Hili all\\'ooll. LIzzieH:1II1l'r Mrs. Misses i .
with great activity. Indeed, there seems to Huntley, Huntley, C. A. Haley,
$002,310,787. be no difficulty obtaining capital to develop \ Milton Taylor Lena \\'. A. Sanborn, II. S, Craft, W. T. Jones S. 0 R EXCHANGE: for improved city property
Wilson, ..\. G Woods: Hannah \\'. Askey, Geo. Arnow L. A. Trcziyulny, ,
As an evidence of the vast proportions the any meritorious object. Tho immigration I Williams\ Emil'heeler, Frank A. M.[ Schoenjohn, and four steerage. From $0 ACRES:: OF GOOD, ]RICH
manufacture of cigars is assuming in Jacksonville to Florida has become a steady flow, iiELD Foe POSTAGE : Jacksonville to New York : Mrs. Taylor, E. HUMMOCK

; tho Union Mates that tile factory of no spasmodic: rush, no crowds: of fortune Miss Gelstou.UNMULABLE; Turner and wife, Win. Krell: Mrs. Buchananand LAND
j ,, r: Judge McLean alone manufactured during seekers amidspecuhttorstocreate! :: a furore and I two infants, II. P. here, Jose Garcia, J. on this Island ; fifteen acres under cultiva
: L. Wentworth Geo. )IcCarroll.T. N. Bishop tion. For information, apply to
I the. month of. Juno 100,750 cigars. The sales excitement, to be followed by disappointment Mason, Cinda, Madison county. and Chas. McNcal. 1.'. C. SUIIHER, \

of this factory during that month reached and loss.! On the contrary, the people' .- "'S.\ t'L T. nn>D :LL. 1'. M.[ Cargo steamship! Western Texas from Fer- 37 J Mansion House.

1 the largo figure of 254.250. have migrated here to obtain new ]homes, to I

Tho county commissioners finished tho secure fur themselves and children a support '

} equalization of the assessment rolls/ for Nassau competence, and future income. : 1NTOTICE.
county on" Wednesday last, and fixed 'riicre; is:: not n state or a territory but what

tho rate of taxation follows For has contributed to (our new population
as : countytax ; COMMISSIONER[ ) I OF L11I1): t IMMIGRATION: i ..INAn with the Assessor and Collector of Revenue, to examine said certificates
j ; proper, 4 mills ; for county school purposes which has given every section that varietyof rIm .
t't 4 mills ; for interest and sinking fund citizenship!: which, by very contact, has enable persons whoso:, lands: were sold for taxes assessed prior to the A. D. 1881 ; and if upon said examination they shall find that the

2 mills, on tho valuation. The rate for the produced an intelligent, sdf-reliant people, year 1877 to redeem the same," having returned the Certificates of i taxes assessed against any such lands shall have been paid for the
( Sale of Lund hold for taxes assessed! prior to the year 18i7; whtch years 1877. 1878, 1879 a1\l11880, or shall then bo so paid to tho ( ol-
Stale is 8 mills, who will be progressive and keep abreast of wore purchased: by the State : lector of Revenue for said years, then the certificate of salo shall be

'; The Bureau of Statistics furnishes tho following the older and more populous states. It istrlll' It is ordered that notice be given through the Clerk of this Board, returned to the owner or otherwise disposed of as the law directs. J
that in the in the Florida Mirror for days The following the numbers of the certificates and of
o marvelous figures about the some of the border counties and by advertising same thirty I are names

commerce there have been some cases of ill-advised I to the vner oragent of said\ land, that this lioard will meet, together! owners, to-wit :
.w w of the United States ; The excess!
of of merchandise vlotl'nce-the taking of law in their own I
exports over imports hands-in punishing criminals but itlias I Sales of'flay, 1H7INo. Sales January, 1876-Continued.No. 1
I was for the ending Juno 30 1880 ;
Y year ): No.Certificate.. No.Certificate..
1' $107.083,712 ; for the year ending June 30, aroused the better 'class, who will stamp it Certificate. To Whom Assessed. To Whollls "el. Certificate. To Whom Assessed. To Whom Assessed.

1881, $_:!5,7! JQ,2.I. The excess of imports out and prevent a recurrence. From all (indications : 61)......G J }) Clarke 159.E; ; n Hall M ....John W Riley 120......Daniel AVoods
s' the coming fall and winter will show 81......Estate Joseph AVilson jijo) .."' ii ii 01.Josiah Sikes 127......Daniel> P AVilkcrson
over export of gold) and silver coin and bullion 91 ......Jane Harvey Braddock m'..... 03.Daniel Sykes 129)....?F D Whiting & Co
S for the year ending Juno 30, 1880. was a very largo increase of visitors and immi !I.I.\: Lewis 102..... (m.George AV Sykes 134......Owner unknown

$75,891,391 ; for the year ending Juno .JO, grants. 93; ......Stephen Drummond 163(;: .......Vbe Ilibbard ft'.AVilliam N Starling 135...... "
-- !91.J J Edmundson:, 107......John McD 'ryioU Of; !.A B A; J L SWl'enCIaO.: ( ii u137i"j
1831, $91,108,050.! ( During the last fiscal year Crop Prospect 95.......los Crews: ngent 1i3.( ..... a4 ". 07.Owner unknown !!! II Williams

: the exports of merchandise amounted to To the Editor of the Mirror : 90! .....;Toney Edwards: WI..I.! 98...... 138......Paul Francis
,> the ...... : [ 170..... II II 101...... "
$902,319,473 largest ever known. The AVALDO !98 I George Henry It. 139......Charles Albert!
value of theimports of mcrchandUeamount-} Fi.July :!8. 1831. 101......Elizabeth: Hughes 171 ..... .II.. .. 10.'>......John Sykes: 142......Haggarth Williams1I1..J
; After seeing so many sections represented. \ ; A Melntosh..Joseph[ 172..... 100......Owner unknown '' 143......George Robinson
,7 x ed to $042,593,219: and was larger than dur and misrepresented print by land sp'eculators 111...... Haddock, Sr. 173: ..... ." to 107 ..... .1.. 144......James MeKindreo

?, ing any preceding year, with the exception and paid Scribblers, not confining\ 11:!......Plenty Jackson 175; ......AVilliam Phelan 108....., II.. 145......John.B Lewis
fit, of the year cnding'Juuc 30, I$SO. The total 113..J AV Luwton 17(5( ii ii 118...... 01 u 14G......Moses E Levy
': value of tho foreign of the themselves to principles or facts, I will give 114......It I... Rowe 179."Die Parker 119...... 147......Thomas Ilad'docK
commerce United you the outlook from thin: place The cotton 1 Hi......Olmicl Sikes!: 180......Owner unknown I 'O...... 149......Clemant S Bowen
; t States imports and exports of merchandise crop is! very good, and without disaster tho'' 117 .....John Sikes\ IN1..I" 121...... to. 154..0wner unknown
l' amounted to l,51t,912G92, and exceeded farmers will smile The 118.....George Sikes: IS:!...... 122.: .....Marv[ L Bryce 155..... "
!( that of any previous fiscal The excess again. corn crop has 120..Gcorgo'mV Lykes 183; ...., 'a 123......Jas!: P Taliaferro, agent 150..... .'
year been cut short some from the drouth but' 13..A: J Walker'I.'KI I 185...... a. 124......\\' H Thompson 157..... "
of exports over imports during the last fiscal 1 11 we are 1antimiglargelyofsvectpotdocsand ......John C-orvell I I 18(5 i...... 12).....William Wingato ,

? -1 year was: larger than during any preceding cow-peas. We ha'eIl abundant peach 157......Sarah 1.'ieM. I }!IO..... Noah Waters

;; year, with tho exccptlon'or the fiscal ;years crop. The orange trees arc looking very 15S......E; B Hall I 191.,....LN Morgan "J f- t Sales of March, 1S7S.

( I t :ending in 1879. The total value of extorts well, not injured by last winter's freeze, and .Sales of January, IH75.: I 41.,1tde Edwin JloytOwner 74..1) Svkw

f for the year 1871, ten years ago, was! $112- some of the trees are full of fruit of larger 49.....E 11 Hall 1.1.:' .....R L Rowe I 4:: ...... unknown I i.:>......O J AV Svkes7t
8: .178, or less! than half as much as for tho size than 51.....Mary Gomez 12.1..Hal1lcl. Sikes ) 43.: ..... h.. I'!.J H AVniiams
: last fiscal year. common. '! 81......Henry BenjaminJane 121.t.e: arge AV Sikcn ""I ..... to u 77.D II Iligginliotham
i t: --- --_ A reliable gentleman from Gainesville 82...... Harvey BraddookClemant 12.5,1Vhlldanu: M Starling; I 45: ,..... 78.I) Higginhotham ,
if.' called on me last week to look at Ill)' orange 83: ...... S Bowen 1211..A 11,0 Jim L Stvteney' 4j( ,.?? .t ;?.I H Hall, agent

11'nlclo. grove on his return from a visit the S 1..KancHIwen, 17.EdwardTayl"r: I I .... II. 80......Geo Johnson.
{ The jail recently built by the town authorities up 85..Mary IAmlz Bryce 128: "'..J C Walker a;.... 81..\ Johnson
J is a model structure in point of strength.Mr. St. Johns, where, after reading so many Wi......John Buford 131.....J H Williams 4'),..... '" 82.Benjamin' Johnson I
8. W. Sparkman glowing accounts of the orange: bolt, etc., 87,.....Simon Chaers 143.,1Villiant Cone [(),..... .. .,/ 83.Lon Jonas
our newlyelectedmarshal he had been to see for himself. Ho says he tIl..Ahrahum Colson 134..11'illis!: Cuson t 1M" 84.Plenty Jackson

makes it lively for the lawbreakers did not sec trees while I look 92..,...G J F Clark 135.,1)avidIIItlgginlothau 52,..... II 85,,......Tulbtit Little
any gone to as ......JOH agent 13T. .....Jason Ryan a' '
: ; he takes them in without fear or favor. 93: Crews, 53" 1 ** 80.Mrs J II Lockett
well or with mine. I will 137......LP .. '
compare not repeat 04..J J EdimindsonI : Tracy 54..... *
II. Rawlerson ,t Co. contemplate 87.Mrs Mary J Morgan\
buildinga all he did say, but, enough," he is! 99...... A HiggtnbothamElizabeth 13H..O\\ner!) unknownm ; 55,..... ., ,' 83.JAMcIntosh'
l large store-room, adjoining and similar to satisfied to continue his grove where we require 101,...... HughesFCifcllHUgginbothum I ...... i. [fti; ..... .. "' OUt."n .....II Muttuir
a the largo two-story building owned by Mr. 104,.,.... 152 57..... .. ., 00.J )[cKindrE'
no cure. 155'AV!!!!!
1 R. \\\ Campbell 100.F.stato Harvey Jones ; J AVilMin 58..... 01.Willis

Mr.P, W. W Sparkman is building a l largo There have been several recent purchasesin 107.ItufusCKing, Mr Kiny, 150.....AVatMm Baker 59;),..... ". ......)......A .nJUS Norton
real estate. Several handsome houses are Trustee 157.llenry Clay iiO;I ,..... 0( 03.AVm M ; I.I' '
end handsome residence, being built and "'$.,.....AA: J Lon Il 159.hotifrey!) Kevbler: fil.,..... ,. U '. 911' n1 Starling.
y .. ''Much to our regret;, Mr.[ R. W. Campbell, nearly completed.The 109.1>limt.,;... Jackson 105....:Thomas Phelan 62.:,..... ii n tL.......], U ...I uhng, agent
merchants ay .
am preparing to lay in no.....Benjamin Jordan 191..1 Ell Greggltt 113" II '
'cQIcicnt has < 1" .Mrs
our, postmaster, resigned his fall ......S .\ J AViWn11VJ i > Loui.-u Prine
heavy stocks. 112,.....John B Lewis! W.\ln[ N A Bowen 07 J
.position: and turned the oillco over to Mr. ......TlHimas, Wilson ''' '' S Braddot-k .
113,1V F tawton -
The railroad connecting tho canal with U5.., .....:Men Spear a8......Jas P '
Forrest, his former deputy. Mr. Campbell the Transit Railroad 115,.....Willis Norton 1SW......William/ Swearinger11N5 W,....,(J 8 Bowen (Oi).John Tuliaferro. agent
will be Anthony
has been a faithful and efficient officer, completed in a 110Jacksof Phillips ......Phlneas I N AVildi 67.,.....A Cannon 100.A Buir I
and courteous in the few days. 117......George Henry (W,.....GJ F Clark: l.A(11.Jas
prompt : discharge of : Higginbotham
; ,
his' duties. We feel confident, however, that Messis.:: Knight Co.'s saw-suill, on the Sale of January, IS76. rlv.n\\ 102: .George Henry

m the example that Mr. Forrest has had before head of the canal! 1 Is doing a large business. 2......James Bozzunt. I 4rt..Andn lltgghdiotham 71'0'..::::JJ EdimmdsonK .. 101 103: ......J Charles H Knabb
i WALUK : ...... C RiifordNancy 49 .....B L Jliftjinbutham) Mooney
.. Joseph :...... Hughes[ 10.1. :
for the .
him in his predecessor past year cannot --- .John I SvkesAVilliam!
4...,.. A Bowen 52: ......Benjamin Jordan 73.... J Sykes
fail to make him equally acceptable to The cottage of Mr. 1'. W. O. Koerner, corner tl.I'1.1\( ('h'Wi .VI: ......PU-nty Jackson lOti...... AVingate[ ,

'. .: i our people ps I>ostmaster. of Fifth uud Beach streets, is nearly fin U..JIII'I C.' '\.'\\"y 51..TtJlIll.rt JJUlt' -
..3..J: J IMuumdouH I .55.. .,J A Mclntoch.A7 I) order of the Board '
\IIeif this
T. JI. Peck, the affable conductor of ished.i Several other also i 'jthy of July, 18SI.
Mr ncw building are -
45...... Green ban mKlizal J.,.... II U 11I'n.lo'th .
the Peninsular Railroad, has been on the going up while improvements arc being 40...... : Hughe f' .....llfiiry[ Mattuir[ i I' '. JAMl: SUfllPFlN. Chairman.

sick list for a week, *' .'*.,* ., W". jiiodc on many old ones. f ;:J" 1I.J1.\1\ Iliggtulatlaamt &:>......IVIer' Rowt I .\tt..q J. A, 1nw': ARlr1 <1'rk' td
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