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 13, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Number of land rolling country, with hero and there small '1'1111'1thi way. They are !till In the .field,
noted for enterprise, and year by :year adds 'of :320 I: ) over lS O. acres!
Sl'.U'E1: 1I"S. to\ the taxable property of the ItwlIl\I\tl increases :231,810?: ; a decrease of 101 ;acres.uulber lake. Much\ of the land is subject to entry, and. when lat heard' from were within fifteen

Alnclitnt.lUixBsvutK. -- I : the number of workmen and articlesof of acres improved, IH,2'? ; an increase: of and will in a few years be taken up. This miles of ]'nlntkllIothcl' corps or -Sgineers '

..-Our city i is about twentyone mimanufu ture. It has done much for the :3,107 acres. Value of ]land, S79392.i: ; a decrease whole section, including Dunn's I.akc, will under the supervision of Mr.ti!, U.
-, of During> the war its growth community in the past and we are always of ;$!)""> only. Value of town and city )become one of cultivated sections in the (Carter the chief! engineer of the road, and
: years tigc. ; of \ Herald. Mr. B:. n, Halliday, his assistant t will stunt
: did it begin to develop fur happy to chronicle any increase in its: pros- lots, $177,31.: ; an increase over l 1880: $1.i.1. .- county.-Ihotktt
i two was stopped or three, nor years afterward: Hut aa soon letity-11'e are in receipt of an open) boll (;;\\1. Number of horses, mules and asses, St. Joh n.t.Some from\ this city on :Monday.[ It i is the inten

trade had created a little cnlltallmprnrc. (cotton, grown: by Mr. John Hosier: on limo :: ,o\: ; ; a decrease of 43.: Number of cows, time ago we mentioned that Mr. Antonio ion to have three prclimimtnaryeurveys made
as adcereaseof! ,')It!. Number of sheep well his before locating the lino. It i is expected that
went on a small scale began to be seen hero plantation of our energetic fellow-eiti/ei 3,130:: ; 11. 1' llwr, while digging a on
and there. Prosperity attracted the attention Mr. K. Itrn\vim, of P.lount's Kerry. It is the and goats, 1,100 ; a decrease Of 107.; N muum- farm, struck a bed of solid l'o'llinlrOl'k, the road will run In an almost southerly direction -

of business men elsewhere and our variety grown on tht,. Cnrulilll'OU..tUlltl: tin berof hogs, 1I.i!) ; a decrense"I'1titO. Valueof and now this well presents another eccentricity. to the northern portion! of 1'olK,

good lands near by drew to them new occu :seed was: furnished by )[I':; rs. Gordon & animals, $17.'>,720 ; a decrease of $!\173. t It continually t spouts water-a regular county, and thence in an almost direct line
all except think it to Tall I((11\. Mr.I Van Fleet informs"' us that
pants. 1'opulation increased and with it To., of Savuumail.ir.. Rosier is an excellent The value of personal pmperty, artesian well in fact. Some
tradcMncn ami trade. These reql\ir'll1argcr farmer a valuable citizen and.I, although animals: for 181 i is $:!:!:!,;IHI! ) ; the value only a continuation Ponce do it'ull the company !has an abundance\ : of(capital)
the same for ts-o was: $200,740: \, but however that : be we haven 1 their command ; that they Propose constructing .
and more stylish business houses, and the sixty-two years of age; turns out annually :\ placed on spring ; may "
required i more tasteful I and. commodious splendid corn :and cotton I.'ro1'.lIlItl hiennially showing a d"I'n'aI'tl'uh\ of $38:I ,IM\). The suggestion: to make to the city (council n u standard gauge road of sixty-
prosperous value of all pl'rSollllll'l'l'I"'I'. ', in- 1 for the pound steel rails ; that the preliminary
residences In addition to these as fine Democratic ballot as can be aggregate couple of fountains' are proposed
animals t for 1831 is $:\I! $tH\I.: and for will M ys arc now being made as rapidly 11'1 .
causes of growth there has been a large found in ,a ballotboxtay[ he live on for eluding plaza. Now is the time. If the city possible
amount of capital from abroad brought in years to come to continue his life of useful 18N: ) it was $1 .1HI.j.: showing: the enormous furnish. the I pipes Tony Pomar can supply) ) and when completed the line will At

by new settlers, who have: !selected this place lIes .-Luke City Itejtortcr. decrease of $17,32.5.: The aggregate: value of the water free grtttis.-S(. Augustine I'reft. once be ]Ol'lItl'tll\llll the work of building the

fur health or good investments. Thus the Huvat.Thirteen all property 1't'tllrnel-rc'al and personal Siittvtiirr.Srw.NKK road begun and pushed] to completion.! ( The
; lt- r Arlington House and Varinim Hotel werebrought for I 1SSI i is $1ljtr: ; for ISSOit: \) was $1.H)r;,- :'t'atsus.-in: ] 1'h'm retreat company) proposes to construct\ the road in
into existence and adorn our city. immigrants arrived here from 330: ; a decrease for 1881 of ;11,730.. The de.crease about'one: mile from the South Florida Ar the best" manner possible] and! it will be
Illinois on TIJIJ't1.'fhey came all the of of land noted equipped with the latest! and best
But every owner of propertyhay: done nil in the number acmes Western Railroad in Suwanco county, andon ) ( rolling
that was in his power to build up and beautify way by private conveyance" and confuted were eight If above cannot be accounted fir, unless somfe tho banks of the far-famed. Suwance river, stock.: The otlltcIt' tho company arc

t it. With reasonable business prosperityit \\eeksonthcroad. The party omen of the owners have failed makn returns ; a river which III Indian vernacular means President: William Van FIl'etj; Secretary,
will become the most attractive inland women and children i and all wI'reHII but these omissions can vtrjj readily bo discovered Beautiful Kcho: ,'* from: the remarkable echo Alfred H. Tarslow ; Treasurer Jamo H,
city[ in the State.Alachua Advocate.lllue pleased! with what they had seen of if the same policy uS is pursued in of tlJt'oil'o caused by the peculiar situations Armstrong.t -Union. *
} nine horses and mules am
Sj Pond, oil the Florida Southern Rail4S They brought : other counties is adopted-to compare the and meandcrings of its banks, I is to bo Mit.uo.NH FOIL J.1.OIUlIA.-'l'lio Waycroro
four large covered wagons. The party left with and check! off (Ga.) Reporter : "We learn from
j way as its namelndicates, says the Palatka land descriptions a map found ono of nature's most beautiful works, ways Major
Glen where
for Palatka on the Rylmii theywill All not found checked Mclaughlin, agent for }fr. Astor Jacksonville -
,Journal is blue. It is more than n ponda all that are returned. the Suwanec Springs Retired from the theatres at
? lake. The surroundings are attractive spend a day or two after which southern they the law presumes the owners are unknown, of life's busy scenes, it affords a delightful that ho rented last Wednesday:: to
]land high and 1'011ing-lcpro in some will extend their travels through and requires that they bo placed upon the I resting place for the overworked Governor Cornell of New York, and e .
search of suitable
of (lie State a -
places and rising high in others. The rail portion tax-books as unknown. There arc thousands and for the sentimental Senator Itanium, of Connecticut, two otlk-ffl
a trysting place ;
road company have reserved this "place for place to local-, for as yet they have not << of acres of land: ht this county not on, and aside! 1'1'011tlll'sl' qualities it is a refugefor for tho transaction of tho necessary\ businessin

their own special improvement. The land determined on any particular and locality.industrious They and never have been,on the tax-books. The : the atllictcd\ for Its waters are stronglyimpregmated furtherance of the- building\ \ what will
has been laid out ill lots, and arrangements: seem to be very intelligent decrease in the value of personal property Is with magnesia lithic bo ('all'l'fho\ Jacksonville, Palatka,
will be made at once to build roadways and people, and will.I doubtless, make /good citi accounted for by change In the law providing acid.and) 1 other valuable( medicinal] )Properties, Tampa & Key West n.nllroa.J.1tho. work
the lot
]lay out and beautify a park. A hotel will zeo4.---Frown] Monday morning, for tho assessment of taxes The[ assessor 1)1t t this grand trunk lino will be commenced
inst. the (;tlmGil I inl'llC'sol'rnillfdl If such a !spring' ( as this was :North, where a
be built, and a bath-house and other improvements to Saturday, : i is required. to receive the estimate of little would be it would. be at an early day '1'hl'l'oad will\ skirt tho Mt.)
in this oral the rate of little mon money
nadc on the border of the lake.J city, values:' placed' upon the same by the owneror Johns river'touching'' at all points of h importance -
a resort for hundreds as it i is, tll(' 'IlI'eoWlil'll
than inch In :' (If ;
A number of fine dwellings will be built this one rainfall per day: street consequence and the other, agent and has no authority to ehangethe by parties in North Carolina' and,, today to Palatkannd from thcnco will
of the road and heavy Hay The to be derived from this dhergototho right in tho direction
some of them by the officers same.: revenues hotel for. t going
low around the city have been Hooded there is not even a tUe accommodation -
land in the immediate places the and collected last Tampa.. Time fact that thcso !
of the
others by owners county present year, : few very gcntlo-
with water during the greater; part of thetime.Pain of the few who go there. A
vicinity. A. C. Hoard man, general year, are as follows : For State purposes fur men have taken hold of this project goes to
7li imt. small' houses: not us largo as n goodsizedroom
manager of the land department of the rail ), 1$31$1,436.(1 ; for JH itwlls\ $ill7t.31: ; and these sometimes have two or prove that they are In earnest, and! that \it

road company, and lion. 12. S. Crill, Chas. lHccIIIbltl. nn increase of 131233.: : County tax proper[ three families:' to occupy( tla'lIThollgh In will bo pushed through completion, Providence

Francis vice-president Florida Southern .\bout,1'lUartl'r past: eleven clock! on for 1881; $0,088.32( ; for 1880\,,*0y.V>.32:t: ; an increase :spite) \ oft this neglect, I hero has been an aver has certainly smiled! \11oFlor l1a.

]Railroad ; John 11.: Hall Geo. B. Nichols I Sunday<< night Romana street neighborhood ,of $33.: : The county school\ tax for age of Kiopooplc( (there during the season Tho building ,of railroads means population,

1 Dr. W. T. Lente, Cco.! Stark Wm. Wilier, It. was disturbed by must unearthly 18811s $:JIlfJn.lImlthr: :; 1 JI SMI. it was $1.1011.-; some on )pleasure bent t, others for t their and population means wealth, and in the

Van AMcin; Garrison Parker and others, screams, as though sonicuwfd calamity had 33 ; an increase over ISftO of 12,020.72.! : The health.--JuclwnvHlcn.ULKO.t; 1.'aioa. near futuro Florida will have both. AH
own ]land<<1 near where the proposed improvements befallen some one. Immediate Investigation building tax for 1881 is i ,t17.: I..u. There was hall to Florida, the comimr' State."--L'ai6u,
\ will ho carried out. The ]lake and revealed tho fact that a daughter of"ft colored nit<< tux asse ,.ed for lhla.l\art osc: last year. n ." (JT1 S.11' l.txEllnxanls'tC '1.\KJ'JltNltJ1' IAIJU1i.: :

land together; make a most beautiful] sight, man named Armstcad, )living in that ]locality The county bond) tax for 1SSI; is $t. |1t.4:1.: Tho Lake Monroe it Luke Jessiip RailroadCompany :

and the general scenery of the surrounding had attempted to pour kerosene oil into and for 188O(llt was $U iari.to,< : \ ; decrease of \\ \ ( II\ iii':KX H>M:: AM: wnvr is INPHOhl'KtT. 1J:1'II'III'clul8CI1: the franchise, roadbed -
country is very inviting. For a hunting burning lamp (the same 01o1Iotor'IIl'1 ,2.)7.87.::! The total taxes for county purposes ], right of way, etc., of time Lake Jessup,

]lodge, and a place where families and<< tour- the fluid became ignited caught her clothing : for 1881 i is $l7ttyl/0!) and for 18SO it Governor: Illoxham returned homo till! O:4'colllhlsltUlIJ q River: Bail ruad nrtil'

[Uts can spend few days and enjoy pure air I and soon enveloped the creature in a was $22,121.03:! ; a decrease for I the present first of last week, having accomplished all Navigation Company, whose lino extends

and water, amid the pine woods, we knowof i perfect sheet of flame. After tho first excitemcnt year of $1 ll3S.f)9.: ) The lI gl'I'WttllX('!! for that ]he anticipated in his recentisit to from lake .Je 'Iup to tho headwaters of the

no place that can compare with Blue ]had subsided the mother of the State and county purposes (for J 18N1 is: $30- Philadelphia) I lie I secured for the Jacksonville Kissimmcc; river, und has been graded] fromTuskawilla

Pond that is located so conveniently to girl had sutlicicnt presence of mind to seizea 171,00 ; for 1880 it was $JJ.IIII.II: ) ; a deen-a.se Tampa it Key U'cst HI road. the 111-" on Lake Jcssup( to Orlando. By

transportation.: It is expected to run excursion quilt and wrap the unfortunate creaturein the present year of $$,117JNi.! fcrnate sections! of ]land for six miles on the union of these two lines the northern

J trains daily to and from the pond it, thus smothering out the flames, but I'ntixiin. each sideof! tl road through tho lands sold] terminus\ of the road will he Lako Monroe,

from Palatka and from Gainesville. The not before she was very badly burned. It is The taxable. property) of this county, according to Mr.\ Disston. He also: secured the same Instead of I.iko Jcssup.: The directors of time

sites for dwellings about the pond arc charm said that the screams and cries of the tortured to the valuation of tho county com fur the :South:! Florida road, now running purchasing company arc General Joseph

ing high enough to command a splendidview girl and tho general commotion which missioners: amounts to $1,115,000. The )previous frytu Sanford to Orlando and which is being ]FineganI. J. Doyle, N. J. Fox and J. K.Pace. .
of all the land ,and water in the vicin ensued caused some of the ladies in the year's assessment! amounted to about rapidly )pushed, forward through Orange, (General/ Joseph Is president! and 1.J.

ity. The pond Is large enough for manoouv- neighborhood to faint away from fright, and $1,000,000) which shows an increase! of$1 l hi-, and will pass down through Polk to Charlotte J, Doyle secretary,-South Morion Journal
ering ordinary sized yachts and all sorts of restoratives were freely used in one instance
000.-Freights! for Hawthorn, \ia the Harbor, u\IIll1 brunch from llartow or
,, small water crafts. As a. winter resort Blue before a return to 'OIHIl'iouSlles.-'c! Florida Southern Railway: were, brought uPon ) forticalle: to Tampa.) ACTUAL SKTTLL'llS.
: Pond will prove popular. The land company learn from Captain Handlon that the gale] the" City Point on her last trip. This is The Jacksonville, Tampa A Key West" In addition to looking ufter the interest Of

will have a. fine band of music! and the was felt in its full force at Woolsey. Among the first shipment OUT the new road. from! road will run directly from Tampa to Jacksonville projected railroads]/ throughout the, lands

young folks of Palatka. and Gainesville will other disasters, he mentioned the driving the Charleston] steamers. It requires no and we learn that work will ]be purchased by Mr. Disston and oa-sociatw

often meet, no doubt, for social and neighborly ashore; of the smacks Addle and Kate Smith, particular foresight to discover: the tendency commenced 'f1l1ll)111111111) other points: this while North, Governor Uloxlmm looked to
Intercourse and the pleasuro of a and the almost total} destruction of Thomas : of freights by the water line to Palatka winter and the road] pushed rapidly through, the protection: of "Actual ctt1ent" on H.\icl/ l

'hop.-Jdcocate.) { Powell's)) little schooner Carrie. .\ lighter, route to the west and south. Tho time is: It is 'ollti.lelltly. I expected that both of these lands. From tho following letter It will be

JO. rsVILLE ANn H.\TTOSVILLE.-The8c: two also, (Representative by name) ]loaded with close at hand when there will be large travel roads. will he completed in time next two seen that times have until January, 188.:;, ,to

places are in a wl'twllrllt'Oul'So from Gaines lumber from Perry's Mill on the Choctaw- and freights going over this: route.-Orange years. The Peninsular road is also being pay for their lands. Tho l'rlcu.1" the tame

ville. Old and new settlements thecountry hatchce, was blown through the Darrancas Mills: situated ten miles north of Palatka, rapidly constructed], and our South Florida that the State charges, which in no caw! cj-

thereabout. It has attracted some Northern wharf sunk and knocked to pieces, while on the east bank of the St. Johns river. {nl'a.1"ing friends will soon 'have all the! transportation c idsono: dollar per acre and in all purchasesof

and Western immigrants, on account of the lumber was scattered on the beach. this noted }place, from the decks of time)' desire] ureiy'I'awpaehouidbehatl'pyhaving ) << over forty acre Is less than that amount ;
healthfulnessnnd productiveness. Eastward\ Nearly] the entire grove of china trees around the steamers bu beautiful} l'urLUIICI.J'IfJJuly 2M, lasi.overiwf .
may seen orange -] lands] withdrawn] for 'five different (] H': Jitothuan :
towards'Gnint'1ivillc. are many large plantations Mrs. Langley's residence was also blown groves and stately residence, which, with roads to that point and three of those roadsin ] DK\U Rift ; That there may J'6| no niinapprcht'iisloti -
"" of the ante ItUunt days. The rich rolling down, denuding the place of shade trees. the bold banks and tho river, combine to u fair way of un early completion. Ho- \ on the part of bona fide settlers

,* pine lands were sought after. Those of Captain Handlon himself labored Indus present a scene that is imposing in tho extreme. sides] this tile Savannah t Western road Is on purchase.' tile lands, and embraced] who: have' in the never-I.OOO.OW acquire) acre)

the oh settlers who till cultivate them would triously I to save his own hue, nf Rioters This: is! tile home of not exchange their place for others in any from swamping and probably from dcstrucr a gentleman advanced in life who has not Rowland's( Hlu'')'IIU the loner Smvanecand, the labors of these pioneers towards making
section of without ." Land He remained board all and themselves a home shall bo rti>ectcd and
the tion. on night
county had
the chills and ( fur ]
cur thirty years. we ]learn, contemplate carrying it on "'y.o\r. encouraged and that shall
a prospectors, with u perversity that seems! to vigorously used a bucket in bailing out after His beautiful} lluetia Vista where life ho they have no
place, cher or llroiiHon through centre of Hernandodownto reason to complain.In } .
r be insurmountable, examine but a few of each shipment of a. oca, -thus preventing is so free from the ills which flesh.. is heir to, ] HilUborough bay A bright order to 'prevent any mistake regard
y our best ]landed parts. A change will be effected her from filling. She was not a particle injured must be charming. Here, also, are the residences day i.s dawning] for South 1"lodelulIncl! wectJlIJtrntulule lug their land, or their accidental sale to
beneficial t. ]land buyers and sailed from other parties I would suggest that said ut-
mutually Warrington
up yesterday ,i and flourishing;, orange groves of 'her on the bright }prospects for tiers tile with Hon. Hugh A. Corley (.otn-
and sellers, when proposed and other railroads morning.-1'eniaeoln Gazette Major Pope, Mrs. tiumtt-r: Mays, Colonel W. the future. missloner! of Land, on or before the tint ct
are constructed. The near future will The following)) are the( customs receipts at L. L. Uowen, Dr. Cuwgill, Colonel Colo and The contracts for building tho road (rom January, 1882 a full and complete lung
bring these neglected neighborhoods into the port of Pcnsacola for the month of July : others. Without doubt Orange Mills I is, one Chattahoochct to Peiisacnla have been givenout tion, verified by aflidavit. of heir( .
exact location___ to _nc.ilniiship .
kliowimr tut town.__ _
prominent notice and people the ]land'around Duties on imports.........................$ 000.00 of the most picturesque and pleasant piact.'ron and that road hu all the upjK-aranco} of and l and q.the n.said n l settlers shall" '
with a desirable andprogressivepopnlatlonddvr Tonnage .......................... ...... 2,239.50Marine have the range 18KJ
ltaxi the right, until to
river. There the future January
are gtJlIl1ocatllJfllld.wuthere an acconiplhthwl fact. In near purchase -
: tax........_............ 112.82: their lands the
ca/e. Inspection of steam vessels............ 2'>.1.10 : for others, and there U no more desirable we can take a car at Jacksonville and land In cash bv the State at and price no interest nowdernande will be
Columbia. Overtime of officers on vessels........ 105.00 community in which to cttle.-. There on tillS Pacific via Pcnsacola and New Orleans charged during such term.
The workmen in all the blacksmith and Official fees.................................. 220.05 I are 1 joints of interest, we may nay three without change. Surely Florida's] future It will ever be our aim to Induce energetic

wheelright, shops( have been kept busy this Tolat] receipts...$3.fl7".f17Franklh. within the range of what is calledl"ruitJawl seems assured], and rime In on the highway ; ami industrious families from the evcra)
of the Union
summer. Not only have the farmers fur- .. Peninsula] viz : Crescent City, Wtlaka: and to A complete nyitem of transportation states tries, to settle on our, as well lands us and foreign join coun.with
nUhed, considerable] plow work, but the 'forgctown. As you crow from cither and rapid I development ; a consummation those already located In developing their
building and repair of log-carts for the luniibermen There has been a gentleman from Baltimore Georgetown or Wt-laka to Crettcc-nt City you devoutly to be wi"lied fur-l'UirUutn. ,, natural resources, the trcvtion of factories
and work upon wagons' have given in the city the past few day making note the inarch: of improvement. Travelingrom TIIK JAC'ESONVILs TAMIM A KEY WKHTHAILUM.U' and establishment the direct,conversion
steady cmplo'nu'nt.-\htJUt ten years ago Inquiries for the purpose of establishing! ] a. Wflaka] to Luke Como and Crescent .-Mr. William Van Fhrt. IlrCIII.i of moditle our raw, and products the into mark*table com.

,.' [quite a number bcupjxrnong grapes were fertilizer manufactory at Cat Point] He nays City, a distance of about ten mile, you pa** I dent of the' Jacksonville, Tumjiii.V Key W.....t of thru'Ing c Jmll1ullltl consequent,... building up
[planted in this local it)'. They are all fine that Cat Point U the very place] fur the enterprise new 1.laCetilletLeel] by Northernvm, u]ho have i Railway Company, U still in the city. IIICOIl'r.atiull In furtherance of this w<- will fucourng,
[bearers, bring a full crop every year, and al- as muck and fish can be procured handsome sites and the proxt| eta I with, a I-'HWH reporter ymter- all well directed t clforis In the direction ormU'ay

though; nursery cn cry them down we do in any quantity. From indications thU business some income from thtir orange fruit. IUlIlIl-j day, he said that the road would be constructed the Internal conitrtictlon navigably and watery improvement of' this SLf.r.f

plot know of u person owning 'one who is will be in operation .hortl)'. It will are never out of night of a houxj at rapidly) u* |>o wiblc. The company V ours .1)t'CtuJly..
[willing to cut it dawn 'The objection that be a big thing for ApalacMcoU.] -.' ,/ / route. Between Georgetown and Crt: Ctut I. was originally known as, the Tampa, :. I HAMILTON ItsamRsr :

(they require *o much pacc to spread U met cola Tril s' e. City; the wilt h comparatively) good pine Peace Creek A. tit. Johns River I tail rood q _. -0" fac .

[by the abundant crop whkh ewer: the Jrdf"ltfu& I land with only one or twoocttlemtnU ; dUUIHC Company, but at a recent meeting of the di Orville Ofttnt.f brother of .jclia7lbtrirorkonit''tui-1'remdermi!
Fvlne.- Messrs. Thompson A Hart are co]. The Monlictrtlo Cuatiilu/iu of the 4th hut. In-twtx-ri these two p inU about nine redo the name Wilthallgt'fl l to the Jack brunt, who ; ii9< ill (IH*
)&dl/g material] prvju/atory to building ublUhes the following: statistic In relation milr. From Mount Royal toCrtMventCity, senville.TalmIst A Key Wcat road. On the nuutloft/iustateas/ >IUIII 4drlt %mcst31ur

[one of the largest manufacturing t ULli b.nuuU bo the tax returns uC Jeferolm futility for after J iu this part of the Suu.-:! ThU Ibm .U 18? l. Xum\.tr 'l.lk!) 'flo1lt: ,"an increase cxtcix) boo-k tlirw I or four mile, yuil trod A i Duitl.jp scent lutu the.lM bl l, ur\eying from week,

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t. :. : "Tin xoxQLoauK or 1Jl1t TlT." flexibility only overmastered by his. : greediness sing and play ns I had heard only one other fold more oppressive., Only the faint hope nigh with equal success, 1 BO far n.s!' any>' con

:" for gain, He had n certain reputation country lassie do, and that was with quiteoldfashioned of stumbling! on some clue, overlooked. by ) theory went. The inquest themagisterial '\

; These lines, spoken by the Spirit of Death, in the village as! a moneylender, veritable songs thirty years ago. Onceor the rest, could have induced me to spend} the investigation were both held, .444

in tho guise! of a "white pilgrim;" are altered extortioner and, although his dignity kept twice that evening I fancied, that signals next half hour as I did !lp"11Illt. Disordered))i anal the verdict of each was one of wilful s 1
it u secret, f had ample reason to believe its h parsed! between Milliccnt Trenton and Gerald as the place! had been. by the events of the murder against Oera1 Myrtlemore.f As I
from n tragedy called "The White Pilgrim, truth. Solicitors are not accustomed to trust Myrtlemore. and, after a certain episode night, method still rcigncdonlptninTrimn-' had proposed, couple of the cleverest ,

and printed for the first time in their present much chance, but would have wageredany behind a lntislc-book, a tell-tale blush ton's table and desk. There was a thin case London detectives down, and :\I'

I form : day mv whole professional reputation reigned upon both faces. I was not surprised of documents! bills\ and receipts, evidently them cattcllnnclieln their search. But gave- ]

Miscall\ too not! Men have miscalled me that C'a'pt. Tranton would never he broughtto next evening/ when sitting alone in brought home the day before from Scotland: ; trig came of it. In his heart of hearts each '1+
much hear of match between Gerald Myrtlemore my room, n 1.(0)1of) n current review in my probably the issue of my own latest advice one of them sided with the local force and'' /,

1 I JIavo given; harsh! names and harsher and his daughter. In family, of course, hnnd and comfort: \ all around, to receive a was hidden there ; but I had no heart to with the village gossip! thinking that he ,)

I thoughts to me, Gerald was!' fully his equal-the :Myrtlcmores visit from my friend. Gerald came in withas look. There were filed letters! answered!! and was on a ( chase, and that the (

'; Kcvilcd and evilly entreated me, had }been !;('ttleilin Hrnkefhlrc for 1I10rethnn grave a step( as ever, but there was as unanswered. There was a mixed pile of walls of FHnChester prison already)' IlellhCt ,!

.'1' .: Built nic strange\ temples as an unknown three centuries. limit Gerald was poor and strange a compound of joy and anxiety pamphlets, political and legal. There was! a about the criminal. Neither can blame :
; God he was rich, and that alone the magnate of upon his face ns I had ever seen. He 1 gave county court hand-hook and the little red- thl'I, The Flinchcstcr assizes drew near '

l; Then called; mo idol t, devil, unclean thing, Hollies, Halt would find to be an insuperable (1 my outstretched hands; a grip in silence! backed; book, in which the unfortunate gentleman and on my fhoultler tho burden lay heavily. : ':

: And to rude insult bowed my godhead down objection As to rebellion/ on the maid and took his old station It) the ]left of the had made notes of our last meeting. erald's mother, stunned by the blow j'

t ,,4 Miscall me not I for men have; marred my en's part t that too, appeared\ unlikely. MH 11 re. I opened this, old found it to be record of bad m I hurried home from the continent, hut l .
',\ form, was not of age- and 1 was ruled. "Fair stood the wind for France," engagements and important memoranda.Hrcvity the brother could not be reached by the '.

';' And in the earth born grossness! of their at home with rod of iron. I hummed. "Ah, Gerald, I don't know, I : was its chief feature. A full half of news. I had been to London to retain the ":

; thought The increasing gloom on 1113 friend's face, am sure, what has brought those words tom the entries were quite unintelligible to any ablest advocate I knew, and was coining .

: }, f Have coldly modeled me' of their own clay, and the resentment against, the }grinding >' lips.!' but the writer. Letters did duty for words, down by rail to 11 bur. Suddenly, a i 1 '"

: Then fear to look on that themselves have bond of straitened circumstances that now "I have proved one chance at any rate," and numbers had apparently mysterious sat back in a corner of the ,' ','
; .J. (
.' I '. iota. .. nod nlIILln }burst volcano-like through his he said, with beaming eyes, "and am on and hurried meaning :Money was, from the thinking-always thinking-what nr'n1l I "

1 v.: ':!t ;. Miscall me-not I ye know not what I am, ordinarily \dread mood, gave new force to the straight road to the other" The light first page to the last, its great burden. If I can call an inspiration flashed upon me. )

: ,i I Hut yo shall see me face to face, and know my vague of trouble. I made at lasta had dimmed again ; perplexity was para had been looking for (evidences the cap- Side by side with thefact-the terrible fact- .(

.:. 4; I take all sorrows from the sorrowful, bold bid for Il secret. I otfercd him a mount."She. tain'ssccrct moncy-lcnelmg business insteadof of that flolel pistol, I read the mysterious '

J',, And teach the joyful what it is: to j joy : sympathy that was genuine, and, recognizing ; : Millicent[ has accepted' you ?'' I the elucidation of a life and death mystery line in ( Captain Tranton's pocket-book. In i M

: [ gather in my land-locked harbor gasp} it as such., Gerald/ told! me the whole nlfl. my !search! would have been, amply rewarded lettel almost I of blood I it stood before me"C. :

'(1. The shattered vessels of a vexed world ; BtorIt t \vas n dull )leaden afternoon in i Yes, subject; to her father's consent." ; as it was, there was very little to on R. II-198-l0:30: 20th. Imp. ).k

: And even the tiniest ripple upon life the early autumn, and the blinds: were downin "You will try lit once to obtain that?'' interest me. Stay What followed the Qurr." :t

",4 f.i. to my sublime calm, as tropic storm. my room, the gas alight, and the logs "Immediately on his return from Scot. memorandum of the visit to my- office In that instant : had grasped a clew ;
When other Jccchcraft fails the breaking blazing. Gerald made no effort to seek the land. 15ut, old i fellow, what if she is sent Only this : .

t .'',:::,-1\L bruin, shade ; lie was long past the period of blushing < away in consequence?" "C. on 1)). II.-103-10:30::} 20th. Imp. in. :i.,

: ; I the to still .lf-l'Ollsl'lou"'n'I He stood upright, to The same contingency had occurred to my Qurr." :(
Only anodyne
own Flinchcstcr I =
f jail once ngain met ;
the left of the lire-place' his:! firm, white own mind as a not unlikely one. m.v t
,; its eddies into visionless) Only line that seemed] inscrutable
repose ; as as but
pale, self-possessed ns ever. Ger
1 lingers grasping tightly a chair's back, his "If she for it is (Jl'ut.
really only
{ :. The face, distorted with life's latest pang;, cares you a onof the others. I ran 111eve hastily my lace that 1 had news to ':i
'! I Smooth, in passing, with an angels 1 wing ; gray eyes seeking 1I1111 '. heard him to the matter( of year's in any case," I answered ; down\ the remainder of the leaf-there wei'e: bring, and telll' hope beamed from hNeyes ,',

I And from beneath the quiet eyelids steal end without an interruption brief eon- "you arc both young, :and time is on your a few, a very few more l'ntril''I-:11Id!' closed and answered mine. .

f 'fhe hidden glory of the eyes!!, to give cise avowal, wherein passion wore the dress: side. the book, bafllcd. As the inspector had said, You-you know something ?'"

I A new and nobler beauty to the rest. of simple words. For the next hour, I verily believe, I IN- the room bore no trace' of violence /I believe Gerald I the
I, any preliminary nm on right track \ fat
and I have been
: acquainted tened to chant of
in honor
fluke not the that walk the a a young lady, crime.
me plagues to the Neither
I one great last ; but before I tell you my ideas I must t
for tithe lie said. "We have met who
long this ward
earth a according to way 1)'OuIIg'rnall,
there been a struggle. An altercation ask You
The wasting pain, the sudden agony, often, and she seems to favor my advances. YossesHod every ,possible: grace and. accent with Gerald Myrtlemorc death-wound. questions store-dealer again.of the theft suspected of a marine
It is: with her father that the dilliciilty I'lihmcnt11lli' : ; to save time and (the need your pistol.
Famine and and and all "
war pestilence In
any unprejudiced case I was bound to His name is Richard Hyles ?
The terrors that have darkened round my threatens.!' You know Captain ('run ton ? 'I of a new dictionary\ I proposed) that in t\\- confess to my own judgment that, like the "Yes."
think he begins to lure the phras; )liss Millicent\ Trenton "
suspect ,
name policeman I should have linked the two to-
( "You had with him
w a dispute -what
: These are the }plagues of life-they are not "Ah I As yet, then", you have not definitely should be understood< by both of us as being gether. Gerald was: imprisoned in the in- about" ,

mine ; "enlightened him ? synonymous: with .perfection. absolute, unlimited. spector's own part of the village jail, and 0, he assaulted servant, and I lectured
1 have taken to this moment decisive ;1. 1
no ,
Vcx whilo I vanish when I up
tarry, come, thither I went to seek: him. On the road I him ; it's an immense while ago."
t I. Instantly into step whatever ; but I shall. As it happened' I was away on the day of
melting perfect
) peace, met Mr.: Markham known
popularly as "It may be that he has never forgivenyou.
i \ As at Ills word, whose master's Writ I am, "And if he refuses: ? Captain Tranton's! return, and did not reach the squire." All the old\ mans pompositywas ."
Jf he denies me his consent, and :Millyis till A terrible
shock did it
The troubled waters slept Galilee. home midnight. !
I on shaken out of him, and he reined up "I do not think he has, but that-"
When I withdraw the veil which hides! my still favorable, I shall persevere.1 give me, a terrible) sequel} was it to the light- his steed with a face ns and bewilderedas "Means to' mind deal."
grave a great
,. face "She is Tranton's only child and a considerable hearted banter I have just chronicled to rimy .\
r .
own. And then I told Gerald )
l flo melt I with a look the iron bonds: ", ; heiress: no doubt,1' I said. "A hear in the morning that the master of Hollies )- "A my terrible affair I a sad IJu8in'ssIr.. and Mnlemore both y

i Of the gout's jailer, hard Mortality. marriage, with her) father's good. will would Hall had been shot in his own room, Parke! he said. my suspicion< my pIl lS. heelup
Hall and
J Hollies had obtained
to both
Gently-so gently-like a tired child, set your estate: in order again, and many and that Gerald Myrtlemore, the suitor of to tlU
Very. Mysterious a degree. fateful red-backed memorandum book
Will I enfold thee but thou look people- his daughter stood charged with the crime.if. .
; chant not : "I really would not have believed it of another, semi-key thereto. For long hoursI ,
With! of ho broke ;
Upon my face and stay. In the busy! haunts a gleam scorn my carefully I
young Myrtlemore. had studied them side by side and
\ Of human life-In tho't'mp1e and the adjusted words asunder. .
street, "I don't !1" and "
accent of
1 "-It dryly, an reward had come. The C. I
is invariably lucre !1"11e 01"
And when the blood fullest money filthy
runs in the The whole community. in ferment, indi nation. and ocenrret
times stood before !
burst out "The world has set its idol many
veins- up and, as in all such cases, the most absurd "No docs
Dronnc I-nor Ithoroughly.
t more nor taken in my own office prior to Captain
Unseen, undreamed of, I am often by, a great golden Moloch !I-and everybody is and stories
t exaggerated were afloat about We shall have to London
get Trantuii's trip
Divided from the in his in u hurry to bow down and the struggle is, 10rthwnrl1 I was evidently
1 giant strength Ashdale. About the two main facts, however dl't'rtiveown\ ; I do not believe these police a contraction and presented;
who shall succeed in
: : nut by the thickness of the misty veil. making the deepest I of the crimenind the arrest, I sorrowfully willllnra\'C1 it." little '193 I construed to .. ;
1 Tender, I am, not cruel ; when I take obet nnce. You are u lawyer, 1'arke, and I found not the shadow of a doubt. ,Roberts thinks it's plain" mean dlfku1Thl': pounds. Over andover
; The shape most hard to human and like the rest.: I ought to have rememberedthat. .
eyes, ." Captain Tranton had comedown to I'edhury1Ir Yes ; that's just the reason. l'ossessedby again records of money lent were therein
t pluck You will if the night; express:! of the 19th, and had arrived that insane idea, they will allow the mil\ this questionable puisi\ The /10:30: ,
The little baby blossom unblown pardon me I am a trifle less
: yet in the "
village the next morning' At criminal to "
sentimental than escape. 20th, was the chief link of all. I read it-
'Tis but to graft it on a kindlier stem, a young gentleman in 11 that evening he was a The chain "Ah I Have "
corpse. ?
you Myrtlemorc rightly wrongly remained to bo provl'd-
love I
with smil '.
And o'er the replied, a (
leaping of sorrow and perilous unscathed years of growth 'fhe storm was over, and the deep, ominous of evidence upon which Gerald Myrtlemore No ; I nm just going there ; to a jail, indeed ns 10.30: i p. m., October 20th, the actual day
Unsvvcnt wrong, had been first !suspected! and then imprisoned 1"Kvcn
Clothe calm back again in an instant. Gerald and hour of tho murder. I took it to fix nnInter'iew
it at once with rich .
maturity.'Tis was apparently a strong one. It had from so friendly an encounter\ as with the R. II. "
could the an
difliculties mysterious
1 that give a soul to Memory\ ; see of the itllntiol1ereI' few )links, )but those! were ugly The this it that
ones.: was plain the tide of suspicionwas interview that had taken place) and had
well I and it
as as the
For round the follies of the bad I throw ) was em
The mantle a kind! forgetfulness barrassment they caused that had led to the young his man, I knew myself, had expressed running heavily against my friend ; ended in--crime. The imp.," according t to
; ebullition. determination to lose no among strangers it would he ten times worse. the key, meant invariably j
While, canonized dear Love's calendar, tiny in the prose'Jution of his suit indeed, he Sick and sad at heart I held "imperative. !
I i1.l'." he said Of on my path. The "qurr, I freely) translated!
I the npolo simply. lateI
sanctify good for "Qlnrr'led.
evermore, did not lmhnsc r deny that at 10:30 that
: night Gerald bowed down
; was sitting at the lit- The line now thus :
fear !
]1've been civil\
Miscall scarcely times. I '
me not fulness lends many tooc
; 11Ig'nrroni he Iln.lbl'cn closeted with the doomed man tle deal table I entered his
1111edJ.:1JIg toward the Rubicon and it as room. He rose "Called on 198; -10:30::}( l'. m., October
Home to the homeless : ,
; to the friendless, ries Fate is wor- in the very apartment of the murder. He to his feet and looked me fully in\ the face- 20th.-Imperative. t:
friend me. against: me, but-I'll con- Qlarre CI1"
To the starved; babe the mother's tender quer yet," and! he began to I stride I and down the on good authority. It was probable, thoughtI and yet had no enmity in it. I met his gaze village and identified those letters within a
breast room. ,
: that he had been refused and was agitated. ns l firmly, ns sadly and) as decisively. If my dozen yards of Ashdale church. A little'bulging
Wealth to tho and to the restless Nothing was to be gained by a blinking of
A pistol of had been had
t itest.llerdnan the facts.! a very peculiar pattern features worn the least sladow'of the shop, its windows crammed with all
picked up not many, yards from the house, surrounding suspicion, I believe the old of incongruous goods had "
Milliccnt Tranton is not of forts ,
C. ..1lcrivalBPi'ctffur.. : age ; you arc, and had since been identifiedasGerald would
Myrtlemore's bonds have been-broken between
conwarntivl'l1' sllcakillJ 11 moor suitor ; and us Hvlcs" minted abo\'l it : and nuttimr. nu'friend's ,
-' property a fact that I will confess furovor.. It othorwisp.. mid in silpnpo lir '
- her father 1:1hilh and 11 hard l- : was story of the lost and the t
: a rich a weapon I'
man :
OKKALV .Urln'Ll ,1l0nl >S ESCAPE Gerald," I said.. : staggered"not( a little, and very certainly gripped my hand with a strolg-co-l; Vl lv passionate, implacable marine store-denier !

Hoincol but admitted looked dark. On these premises Inspector grin. Then he spoke. in connection with these trumpct-tongued ';
; 1 I. clusions. once my cou- Robcits had thought it good. policy I thought you would come," he said. !symbols! I constructed a theory..

;4 The ordinary routine of a country !solici "You think Captain Trenton will to make sure of his prisoner. Hollies Hail "You were sure'of it, Gerajd." "Ah" said Gerald, ns the light broke in I 1 ,

tor's lifo I is very nearly as humdrum and monotonous 'XoJ I in tones of thunder," he said, "unless say stood about a mile, out of the village\ on the How does Milly take it ?" on him too, .vou think Richard Bytes

as rumor says. Vet now and again, the insolence of the proposition:: takes his high road to Flinchestcr. It was o lonely "I have not seen her. She was very self) stole my pistol, borrowed money from Captain -

". ; even in his case, tho dead-level is broken by breath away. I f'lLrelu too ; but this discussion house, and there were only u few lahorerS'collages possessed, they said, for so young a girl, and Tranton, had a row with him, went up "
a' anywhere near. I went up thereat under so great shock.." to the hall after I had left
an exciting episode. Such was I the one 1 has at least quickened my resolvc.end::! nnd-did the ,
k. vlsh to relate. Gerald Myrtlemorc I had before man)' days have passed that question, once, and. found everything in disorder "And they suspect-nay, charge-me with thing!I"

n known from his infancy ; known and-if at any rate, will he decided. I will first and under the surveillance of the police. murdering Milly s father 1 They arc a wise Jt looks very much like it. I shall put

,'' mho word may be used without ridicule\ by u make quite sure of dilly, (what a world of The}been widow and the taken bereaved daughter had folk,"these police and Markham's like the detect ( on the scent at ol'e ; there is no
crabbed old bachelor tenderness mercifully away by the rector. rest!' lose, nnd we must cautious
-loved. At the time trembled about the name1)!) alHIth,11 or our
The body lay for th(1't'l.selit on couch in The irony was hard and grating it told of bird will (
.of my story ho was a tall, handsome young I will try her father. lam not exactly ; tr. "
fellow of seven-and-twenty, sturdy of limb rich us: all Ashdale knows, since that crash ; the chamber of the crime. I sought the police chaos within What 1 the man must be!" ;

and !stout! of heart. At his father's death, but I um gentleman ; I have health, honor inspector. Annoyed as: I was at the Personally, I have no doubt whatever, "Your courtship of' Captain Tranton's :-

m some five years previous, Gerald had come and! brains ; I can surely keep a wife, and charge' against my friend, I bad at this 1U01I1el1nol Gerald, of your innocence, and I have told daughter must have been current talk in the '

g into possession of much property ; but! an time will help to free what remains of the the least doubt cither of his innocence them so ;' )but there are circumstances village, and probably besides a.

unfortunate speculation, connected with the old property around the Ledge" or of his being able thoroughly to pable of speedy explanation, of course mo put it down that you would' be refused. :
downfall of a certain bank, whose name has 1'hat is true" I said. Our conversationnow clear himself. Roberts was sympathizingand which, on the face of it, look black ; and, Hyles must have known this, must Jll'e ;,

still\ an ugly flavor 011 men's lips( had well- took a fresh turn, and we sat late.I fairly communicative but it was easy after all, the duty of the police is duty." learned somehow of 'our going up to the
v nigh ruined him. Ills mother had married to see that beneath his civil sentence lurked "Exactly: exactly ; I should remember! hall that evening, and have thought thus to 1
was searching my ofllce pigeonholesnext the conviction that he had arrested the But it is awful ordeal "
again and was now in Italy. He had only foru right an my friend and himself nnd to pay another old .
% one other near relation, a brother who being morning rlli"slngdo'ument, when man. his voice broke, as only the voice of rare, grudge by putting the crime to
clerk on
announced your
of roving and scientific turn of mind. my Captain Tranton. A You see, sir, he said, )1 r. Myrtlemorc overpowering emotjon) can break.! shoulders. ,-:11:
Imd with of HritUh and! moment morn and he was before me ; a tall, was observed) on his way down from the hall Gerald shuddered before he could repress "And has ,
Bono party too.
,' savants to explore the wilds ofSouth thin, grilled man, with an eye like a by the keeper who lives at the chalk-pils. tho revolt Milly! think me nearly M1Cc'cded Does! ,'
1r hawk's:: and a mouth rontinnallv; hovering Brown says !ho was out in his garden smoking "Will tell mo what actually took guil'i )y
America. Edgar: was seldom heard you Alas, how him ? ,
.' from. between a sneer and a frown He! returned and, dark the night was noticed Mr.Myrtlemore last far : ;1.,
Gerald lived alone with an old confidential) 111oalutution as place night, so as you are con "I really do not know," I answered. f"I'oor
housekeeper in a neat little house, failed I as frigidly as usual and sat particularly. Mr. Mvrtl'moreIII1sse,1 cerned ?" girl! Her mother and herself I'
down At fir4 are :
After the village, Ashdule Lodge Hero he of vaguely, and from association quite close and wasin! n tremendous "Just what you can guess ; just: what you both at the rectory still, with the llronnes "
y thought I wondered Wh'lhl'rJiii! errand groaning and (Brown says) swearing knew would. I went up to Hollies Hall tlfey do ; 4
was on tho spot, looking after the wreck of at all able to back to the _
had go
r Ms estate! and trying hard to bring order anything) to do with my friend. I to himself the way-things which, when about 10, as fixed ,by an answer to a note Ball" fl'c
tl speedily found it had not. Captain Trantonwas put together, seem odT, because soliciting an interview. I made
out of monetary chaos. Ho was lonely,and { very generally my propo- Despite) the fearful in which lie
'I was lonely; and, moreover, as 1 wus his the going north ; ho had property! beyond that gentleman is a quiet\\ one, very. sals, asked for Mills, put my case as well as stood, Gerald was position hear '
Tweed) to or
and wished: my advice And then there's the pistol I knew how and received readyalwaJ!
chief assistant> in the above mentioned! attempt upon a a No {r given in talk of Milliccnt; ,' 1
i wo were drawn much plain matter of business:: a 'dispute i betweena ""'hut did Ger-Mr. Myrtlemore when a passion, and with insults. Poor fellow 1 the death for that girl gone to
m together. Of as
; tenant and blithely as
winter evenings-possibly after u brisk run'' himself. Once again, and, so you. went down to Ashdale Lodge ?" I am sorry for the captain now, and I never : went fanatic to thescaflbld. ever 'f
with tho Croxby hounds far as u I personal: interview was concerned, I He was! III bed, sir ; and when I saw him wished him anharm ; but he got my own I minutes Hedelayed me '
fit -we sat in now.
,; homo and smoked and talked gossip and my 1 the for the man's last time, the ingrained selfishness of ho looked as palo as death ; but all ho said temjier) up, and our parting words were many I had ridden back to cilice and 't
heart was
was revealed to me. pitied' was I am Uoberts. I am warm otes: I came by the road my
} politics by tho hour. Of late however very sorry jterfectly away past busy in writing for tclients
the unknown Scotchman who had) incurred innocent but of I'll with the crossed the fields\ 1etter 5e\'el.t waiting
had noticed change in him, and with the course go chalk-pits, ; :: conic home, t when' '"} door
his opened almost
displeasure and I made ,
> Leen of u lawyer 1 my advice of as you at once., and sat thinking till two in the mornintr. without ane
eye tracked it clerk '
to its mild tenor us passible.: He'tool 1 notes of "Ami innocent 1 he i is I Anti that is all warning my lherellln lady( 4
Gerald ;; :: am sure answered ? Pardon me, Gerald (do in
in love.
cause : was A terrible malady I ; deepest I
all I said in little hack arose, and when the
U that 'tender passion.." Of how Cl'lI-hack'dl'od.et.book) warmly ; "but somebody has committed you know anything about a pistol ?" veil was met tho
bosom( : companions it has robbed many I thanked mead departed. It was then the a foul crime and must be detected. "Yes, and no. That is a strong point eyes of )lfted. shadow-haunterl
me during\ 8th of ls Dark
October rings were ;1
You have made thorough search, ofeourte. against and
the last a me, explanation must nat- around
!) and
thirty an outsider their
{ have: sinall idea years I know for would I "I shall: be back on the lth! or 20th at indoors as well as out, and have examined! urally seem weak. Roberts showed it to of earnest> expre8slol was one
aWILIII the All
.I latest, Mr 1'urke, hn said, turning for an the servants?" (p me-that pistol-and I cannot that I appeal. rOl lc had die
archive!: of, I keep list deny out of hilly cheek
:. and 1IL0urnfulcalalogue.my memory a n long ,instant on the threshold ; "I will call at 1 Every: one, sir, without c"ptlon ; but bought it at 'Pitman's sale last spring, and "You are I quite now, ,

Gerald Myrtlemore once and inform you of the result, if I do they nro'all accounted for right: enough.Anil had possession of it for a long while; but a i in confidence alone I can speak to
was certainly in love. not have need to write." you a minute or two, Mr. ,
ii Iliad made what makes! llarkl'r.Ir.. Parke. harder month ago I lost it. rarkc?" ,
a diagnosis of tho
{ disease fur
too I bowed "
and returned hl'4.1 Good morn to make out, is that it clearly wasn't done "Where? t
often to bo misled 1
Ills visits were less fre Willingly ; am quite at '
ing. yourcommand ,
for robbery. I believe it was stolen and I had .
tlquewt: and lc was almost a !suspicion Miss ;
) absent- Half a dozen (1.1Iuh'r Gerald and I mot l.'nless.lho thief thought to find the roomempty that I knew by whom but it '
l when ; was The
:, he did Ialways"remarked assizesopen
great extremes in his dress come.at time lie at a dinner party at the rectory. Mrs. Trail- and, to save himself shot Captain. only a suspicion, and I never accused the Mr. Myrtlemore(is to next be Monday" ; Gerald f|
; one ton and her daughter: were there also, for 'Trantonu ." man." Yes" tried j
another was wonderfully polished and precise' at the Kev. Eustice: Itronne was a bright and \ sir, no There's not the least sign '''ho was he?" +

him very titan lax. Then, too, I had caught shining! light in our social firmament as wella of breaking in. Uesides! tho pistol !1" "A very insignificant l person-a marine "K quite Innoent, *Ir, }'arkc.'
more once in the
g streets of Ash aware of it,
in his
oaken his
) t entertainmentswere mlmermlereilesslVback store-dealer I'd had
; TIl'.ltal'l''IIS bringing a
quarrel with
dale talking very earnestly with Miss( Trail- invariably pUll I attended and select. to his fixed} idea ; it was horrible A. businesslike ago. The pistol was placed in my storeroom :years "I would have seen him before this but
tom un arrangement !in pink and white, :Millicent was the belle of the seized forma timer ; she will not must see
with whose charms evening. She thought mute during some alterations at the lodge, bele\'e1 /
a good
t many young menwemed found plenty of obsequious admirers solicitor doubtless and he the They convict
smitten I from I am the family as you was most frequent and likely. hhn?" wi
Naturally, laughed at the slee'i-f.iced little curate to the know" J said. "You will allow me togo visitor"
pompousold )
him, and equally, to the rule, the squire of the :Manor House. I watched Into that room and make investigations It You can prove this ? Your housekeeper the In| that! l last sentence* )passionate- and rapid,
'laughing aggravated the symptoms.! I wusy her this time keenly, ('rltlC/1l1you,1 gave my fur myself:*" knows! it ?" vestige of reserve had Krkhed. It

a>)rr ', though! for another reason be'olUtthu verdict in her favor. Her mother was a shy, Certainly, Mr. Parke ; a man is on gU111'1tla're No. I did not say anything) to her er. was a woman forgetful of herself, thinking .
imjvlv selfish of only of
one losing a blitheeyedjrjend pensivewoman, who took but little interest all time) \\ bile, of course," cept to ask who had been in. The good oldFoul a love one..vvitl faith in his integ-

A strong presentiment of evil\ lay even in the Hairs of her own household, Divided by several' unused rooms and the is as honest as the dav. and would have & wih dred oC his danger that stood
Miss Tranton
upon UN"* might conceivably and vvlm would no more have dreamed of whole width of the hall fl'lHIthe rest of worried for weeks," Ie.

lio pest door to an angel, but her father defying her husband a trivial matter than the house, thi< chamber was'very lonely. Thoughtful as ever! The lost person to "I have very little fear," I replied., YesSJu' '

fctrlbed Captain Tranton avaricious, of Hollies Hall, was de- in a great one. Millicent exhibited, in hertivaeity Fitted! up us a library, with 1&11flak 81)J.urtt'n:1lu't'M. nuke a criminal a man-slayer! Hut. all the Ul>' WOrdS would have Len less con* ,

HS an autocrat. I knew a self-rclianee and mild\ spirit of ) it wore always a sombre aj* !same, a story like this made me !still )
4' (trim well ; in an official capacity I had had inquiry. She was blight, but of goal figure ; 'JK-arance. 1 had been in it many times, and grove. To a jury such a defence would more I must give evidence"she said"I; know

many dealings with him, and had found his lovely to-night in a dress that both tilted her knew; it well. With the blinds: drawn, and Kidly halting. I went home and tendered seem sonietbiimg!! .eiv, too bewildered to think!

}r coldness only equaled by his pride Mi In* and wa a tribute to good taste She; could ItO ghastly an occupant, the gloom was ten all day l ootlesly, juddered well nls|, all at Kagerly the I, !iutened

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and not being disappointed. r-= UaI i road's.rI : i! ''A1'.INN.111, I.'r.oHW.WI''TEH:; i eontiect with steamer Rebecca Kvcringhnmevery : I ;...IOItli.tN iiNE": ? :

that I S.\ RAILWAY.Short. Thursday \iial.icldcoht, Fla., andevery
I knew Gerald night.
was up \
(for Co\umbu\ !! Ga. and Ku-:
Saturday .
I.couldn't rest in my room ; 1 stole along! 'IMf: CARD! .....
: Caulk
;: the corridor nnd through the hall and heard {Vmia crosst, Iinc. Ala. \
CUIIIH.tith steamer ll I. (Gunby Jordan
people talking loudly) rudely. I went nearer tFTIRATL.1N'flCllULl'tt ) : I Sunday for Apuluchieola: 111nlld: I- ;

to the door, thinking it was Gerald. It' WIX1': INDIA THAN- On and after Sunday, June 20.1881\ Passenger every every Tuesila'v for Columbus: aol I Kuf.uiluAla.
was not it was eOniebodywith very .grut1del'p '. .....-- '.' -
; Trains will run daily over the Wn) "...... --
voice and I went aWITl'n minutes SIT RAILROAD \
; Short Line follows' :
cross Conuetts I at Lake I (City with trains on the
after there was a shot, 01111'and a smothered .1111'1.111.1 '
sob finished the sentence. 1'INixsrL.111: 1 H.\t1.ltO.\l 1 I 1'nstl: IIII. 1 Florida Central! Railroad! for Jacksonville S. MAIL NTIAMSIIJ: 'M
.xpresS nnd St. Johns River Fernandinn\ and Cedar TJ _
This was very important evidence and I ( Waitt,) Ibmnrh,) Leave Jaiksonvillc.... 7.3."> a. iii. 5.2.;. p. m. I Key. WILLIAM O. AMKS: ,
instantly resolved to utilize it for my the. Arrive Jacksonville.! ... :8.40 p. m. :8.10) a. m. General I l'ISl'IIJott'tpI'IIt..

ors .txn=" \ Ix>ave (C-allahan......... 8.12 I:! a. m. I 0.22! :? p. m. -- -- -. ---:-- -- .- -;----- Will leaveVdar\ Key
: I am very glad you came, Mis Tranton, FF.RNAND1NA ,t JACKSONVILLK: Arrive Wn .rr(1'tt..t1.ni a. us. 0.15; p. m. "TTM.ORIDA: CF.NTRAL: : IL\I [,1:0.\: .
and that you know Gerald to be innocent. RAILROAD.M.iy I Arrive Jesup.............12.35: noun L 11.05 j p. m. 1 FJIt1:14', : ORLEANS: KVKRY O1HKHFRIDAY. ;
lIe will bo exceedingly grateful for your Arrive Hrunswick...,. 11.00)1.)' m. 5.IK: ) a. m. [ .
1,01:NULeave 1V F5T.:
visit. You will nld me in preparing the de Arrive Savannah. 3.001'.111. :!.OO n. 1u.
fence If I want you even before the trial ?" Leave Savannah for Jacksonville! 5:1.i.tat.: .

0 yea, Mr.[ Purko Will you take me to L. 1'O; in Gds, 1881. Florida...........,..... 1.:'t1 p. III. 10.0: p. m. Leave White House. 8:53: .\. M. .
sec Gerald at Winchester?" Arrive Macon[ ,.......... 7.50) 1'. us. 7.tH n. m. Leave Haldwin! ...... 0:30!)::;' .\, M. FOR KKY WF.ST::; ) AND HAVANAKVKRY
Will this evening do ?" Arrive Clunleston. 0.30: p. m. $.'iO a. m. [Leave }Ilrhr\.illl., !0.55 t: .\. M.Leave : : OT1IK11: SATURDAY.
"Yes." I Leave Charleston for all. l.r.lIn..l(): () A. M. i .
'f And FO we arranged it. The interview was ; GOINU: SOtTH. :Florida. 7.40a.m. :3.0p.m.:! Leave Ohntee...11:24:: .\. M.i i -

t a very pathetic one ; its phases t far too sacred. Leave Feniandina....................... !0.10) ) a.m. Arrive Atlanta.......... 3.50a.m. 12.50'} noon Leavet. (.arrh..l lt'i.111.: .
to be recorded here. l Leave Hart's Road..... ................. tl.lj) :1.111. Arrive Augusta .........tlU"II'.III. I. ii: m. Leave: take City .12:15: r. M. PARSONS:; A 1IALK:, Agents
; The detectives were surprised, but chimed Leave Callahau........ ......... ........10.52; ::! a.m. Arrive [ .. 8.00) p. Leave 1 Live Oak. 2:30:: r. rr.
in at once with my further schemes. Personally Leave Dutton............ ......... .........11.22a.m. Arrive Washington.Montgomery.... 0.30: a. III.1.10\ a.1'.1\1.in.Lv. Leave Madison I :; ... I 1:15: r. M. 0-13t) Cedar Key. FIn
this Richard\ Ilyles was but little Leave Hrundv' Hranch ................11.38: a.m. Leave ) I'. at. ------ --- -- --- -

known to 11\('. He was a short, bull-necked Leave Haldvvin! ...........................12.0.: :) p.m. H.Washington,fc 1'. R........daily......10.00 p m. \10.30: n. m. Leave TlltlaltI'C Sf: 0) I'. M.Leave sii.imr.it St.III:0111,1: %
heavy-browed worthy, who had battled, on LeavehtxtIllc[ I ...... .....................1:!.3J: p.m. Lv. Washington daily doilies..1):28\ )): i-. M.Arrive -

..... .................. 1.13:
AMidalc: for Il\an'ellr We mounted Leave tawtcy ... p.m. limited \\1.:1111.:! m.Ar. Chattahooehce River.11:50: I'. M.iOIXU TUB hTilutSRS:
.I it strict guard; : upon him, and conducted succeeding Leave Temple's......... .................. l:'n) p.m. (. New York express daily ( : KASf.: *

investigations; caution and suc Leave Starkc ........................ ...... 1.38: p.m. J\ R. R., 0.15; a. m. li..2'11 m.Ar. Leave Chattuhoochee. River: .......,. 130A.M.: 5------e .,---- -,
C'I'S"'c contrived to secrete Miss i Tranton Leave Thurston .................. ........ 1.51p.ln. Kew York dully, 1' Arrive 1 Quincy. 5:52.t.: M.Arrive t I. f ST. jon\s | g J (;ITV roix"Y17"ILL }
behind screen in friendly house, and to Leave Waldo.......... ..................... :!.3I: p.m. \ Tallahassee. 7:30: __
: __ .
(limited ('x"I'l'.M) 1'i. m.Kx : : : A. M. \' _____ __ _
get; the man to call on an errand thereat between Leave Gainesville......... ........,...... 3.30: p.III. : daily.Fast Arrive Uri 0:3.1.t::\ M. --

the visits of several more. A very Leave Arredoiulo ........................ 3.52 p.m. press t Mail daily except Sunday.TIMK. : Arrive Mudi-on..............11.30 1 : A. M.Arrive .
's I troublous and\ furtive expression! was remarked Leave Ball 011......... ....;.... ............ ''.OJ p.III. Live 1:40: 1'.111.

in his eyes, but he did not appear as Leave Archer...... ........................ 4.21): p.m. Arrive i take 1 City. ..00) I'. M.Arrive .

yet to suspect anv plot. If nilthe cvi- Leave Hronson ...... ...... ,.............. 5.01p.m. To\ Savannah. 71 hours alt[ Carrie............... ......... 1:31;:: P.M.
To New York 1 171 hours
dently was intending to stay in the village Leave OtterCreek....................... 5.40, p.m.Leave Arrive Olustee. 1:51: r. rt.
t and brave it out. Mks Tranton at once selected Rosewood: ..... ........ ........... 0.10p.m.Arrive To Macon.12 hours Arrive Sanderson..10 .
: I' M.Anive
: fits voice as that of the 'person she Cedar Key.............. ......... 0.55 p.m. 1'0 Augusta! ) hours. .
i hours. Darl.yville ((1.20:: p. M.
had heard talking with her father) on the UOIMJ' :SOUTH. To Washington Atlanta.10 hours 1 Arrive Haldvvin\ ........................... 0J5: : r. 111. leave Fcrnandina for Jacksonville

night of the murder. Unseeing as well as Leave Cedar Key.......... ............... 5.30 a.m. To Charleston .1.1 hours* Arrive White House...... 7:25 r. M. M and Pulutka, and intermediate landings
unseen, the poor girl could scarcely be pre.ju.1cl.I Leave Rosewood......................... 0.10 a.m. Arrive .'Jacksonville.............. 8:00: 1'. ;M. ; on the St John's River, and Savannah

k_ with, \ horror, and fcho the tones said. made Then her too shiver\ found anew Leave Otter Creek........................ 7.00a.m. THROUGH :SLKKI'KRS.:; : ('nNNFATIONS-At: ; Haldvvin with A., O. it nnd Charleston, as folows :

by patient search Tranlon's we Leave Hronson................ ........... 7.":! 11.111. Charleston \\'. I. T. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville. From Fernnndina
amongst Captain Leave Archer............................. .111 n.ll1. Jacksonville. to and Fcrnandinn. and all points North and
clear and concise evidence of the
debt papers we, had hitherto only suspected. Lentat Leave Hatton ...... ...... ......... ......... 8.3Sn.m. ,;:Jacksonville to Macon.. West ; at I Lake City Tallahassee! Albany, FOR JACKSONVILLE: A.M.: PALATKA,

an exorbitant rate of interest the I..clI'errc'Clonll,) ........................ 8.58 a.m. j"Jacksonville to Montgomery.Passengers [ ) Savannah, and nil points North and West ; ;'iT KVKUY: WKDNKSDAY.-4-1R
wa considerably o\'crllllelll1tl still remained money; Leave Gainesville! ......... ............... 0.35: a.m. -the Savannah at Jacksonville! with St. Johns River:\ Steam I _
To the 1..1':1'C'n hlo .......................... ..10.30 a.m. taking sleepernnd ers.! J. :S. McKLROY: From Fernnnditm
+ unpaid.awkward task trace and if pistol was U more Leave Thurston! ............ .......?.....10.54 a.m. arriving at Savannah at :2.00! a. m., mayremain \v.1.[ Dvvnwoy, )[nlc'r'l'rall"I"n.HIIIIPI'ill .
pressed too close at ; '
until thc
in the usual of
.. .... ... car hour FOR H.\\ .\ NAJ[ AM. CHARLKdTON
the outset have Leave Sturke.............. .. 11.11 a.m. h'IUll'lIt.
What might given of the villain Leave Temple's...... ......... ............HI.th) a.m. rising in the morning, 7 n. III, .
warning was too much importance KVKIIV y'IlllAY'"t'ttt:
the of ammunition Leave Law toy .............. ...............11.37 n.nl. Only one change of cars to New York. sari
was purchase li11deruki11u.
Richard the of by Leave Maxvillc[ ..........................12.2: :!!!!)) p.m. Passengers going Montgomery and cvOrll'alls Closo: connection made with steamers for
on morning Captain -
'I'ranton's, departure for Scotland Leave 1lahl vin''...... .. ................. 1.10p.m. take the evening train. ic. 1/. 1I1.nu.nNON: : Mellonvillc[ and Enterprise: also .with stcnm-
to purchase Leave Hrandy Hranch..... ...... ...... 1.28 p.m. Passengers from lice Transit: Railroad, ors for Ocklawahu River ; also! nt Savannah
: sworn by an iron-monger and gun- .... .. .......... take the evening train at Cull.ilian at (fl.:!,) with
dealer at Flinchestcr. A web was woven Leave Dutton .. .. 1.41 p.m. steamers for New York, Philadelphia,
_' now which would be hard for Leave Callahun; .......................... 2.22p.ln. p. m.Passengers. B01\tolllllll I Hultiinorc.nndnt Charleston! wltI.oIt'IIIIH'N .
allY suphi'tryr fl'OlII1\ne\ of Jacksonville
,,, to break ) natural feelings; of triumph Leave Hart's Road 1,3! ,) p.m.Arrive I Railroad either :- for New York, Philadelphia, Haiti-
it Mobile
were only dimmed by pity both murderer Firnandina! ...... ......... ..... ..,00 pan take train more, and with Northeastern it south CarloUna .
)r at Live Oak leaving/ 2.--1:> p. 11I.1\1111 arriving sI1NI)1I1'AICI
Railroads: for routes North Fast: and
and victim. The detectives Anti I ,
wailed Trains daily, except Sunday. tit Savannah at 2.00 a. in., or train at Jacksonville
l first on Inspector! Roberts the night before at 7.35: and at Nest
leaving a..m. arriving
l ___ ___ _
the trial. JIc from whom the idea had zealously u .
Savannah at :3 p. m. FI ItS'1'-', [1.AS.S: PASSKNGKR: [: ACCOMMODATIONS.
been kept was o&tonNhed. Regrets at Connecting at Savannah with steamers! for ) .
his own failure and pleasure the probability PKNINSULAU I RAILROAD'all [ ,
New York, Philadelphia\ } ton and Haitimore. Throughs'1'ickets ami Staterooms secured
of an innocent man's rrleIRelru gl<,.1 ( }II\ 11ft/lid.) .
and all information furnished\ at 011\1\ corner
for the mastery, and pleasure won. HeneuthhU ,
Connecting at Charleston with ,steamers\ :,! U Centro and Second streets: .
c.OI\(1: t-ot'Tir.
oflicial[ Ii very, red-tape had a heart like for New York Philadelphia and Hal Iiawre' 1
I the rest of us.! Leave Waldo Jtwetion..L.l,') p.m. Trains on lirunswick it Albany Railroad: FIFTH[ ST.. : ) FLA.. n.ly_._ ., .C. A .NOYEH.. .
IMEitN.INIIN.\ ---- -- ---- -- -- -- -- -
"It "looked dark you can't deny it, Mr.Parke Leave Santa Fe. :'t.1S ILIII. leave Junction daily (except Sunday) for Tor Tampa ami Key WON!,
he said ; "but it's plain as noonday Leave Hawthorne ".0.3 p.m. lirunswick' at LtO p: m.Through .
now." Leave Lorhloosn: I.I' p.m. ; Tickets sold to all I 1mat9uud 1) u 1tI.\I. R01IKS: ::i MKTALLlt[: (CASKS: VIA

"I think so. Yon will\ como with us to Leave Orange Lake.................... 5.40 p.m. Sleeping-Car Berth!:! reserved at tho Savannah > WOODKN': COFFINS non l1.\ IUTH.: r IAMPt SloauiNliIp C'O'S: LINK
r. tho Manor House, )Ir. Roberts?" Arrive 7.0 p.m. 1"lorltla'ei'ltl'1'I1 H.liha\' olHce, No.) Telegraphic\ orders promptly attended to. ,

The squire literally danced. I never saw 11'l.. t Hay street ;, also uU! picket;) Office: ...--- t
old Markham inl such of I.OI.NO NOIIT1I.
state: pleaded excitement Macon it Hrunswick Railroad
corner Hay UookN ami Mlultouery.Ii .
++ even at a hunt dinner before. Leave Ocala. ...') a.lIl. and Hogan streets, and at Ticket Olllre\ Florida ; :? ;.L
l Armed with his warrant, we walked into Leave Orange Lake 7. '1) a.m.' .y' \
Lochloosa! Central I Depot, Jacksonville! Fla.JAS. 0It. CI J : n n I: R'. I
tho village and arrested our prey. Leave S,30 a.m. L. TAYLOR,
A great wave of terror (' and despair Leave Hawthorne. U5
s General Passenger!' .\ ellt.
Wholesale mind Retail .
t surged over Richard. llyles'fttce as ho saw Leave Santa .\!. 0.45a.m. II. S. HAINKS: General Manager. :30\ : .. & .,
i what this visit meant, nnd knew that despite Arrive Waldo Junction... .......... 10.15 a.m. ------- .r-
I, his cunning tho toils had closed) him.It I'INACOLA ANI) |) <>OIS, !MAIIOMMtV,
in upon ___ __h___ ___ JACKSON VILLK:, 1 : ) CARRYING[ THK: IT, S. MAIL
was over a couple of seconds, and a MOHILi[ ; RAILWAY.On .
tad .HI SK'.
cloak of l
hastily furnished-up astonishment '-
that deceived nobody was donned in its FKRNANDINA it JACKSONVILLKRAILROAD. : and after llouduyfay 2, II'UH. Trainon Y J
place. this road will run daily UN follows : 50'K!1 'e lily HTlltr, ONI': of till !staunch and elegant Steamer

I-gentlemen-want me 1 What for?" IOINU Wt T.Ll'ao tho above Line will leave Cedar lacy

I I.'or the murder of Captain Tranton," Lake City.........12.0: :! p.m.' JACKSONVILLK:, FLORIDA[ ,, every Monday\[ at 4:00: p. in., for

said the inspector, coolly ; and in another /,\ Effect:( .J/,,!!
instant or two the sharp click of n pair of Leave_Houston........,.. .I 1.38: p.m TiuniMi, Muiiiitw,

handcuffs rang The/ out inspector upon tho warned ears of him n to waiting be (IOINO HOirnr.Leave Arrive Live Oak.......... 2.07pTm. u )'lr-N'laool UOOhH n Mpeclully.1 Ami II ml drill own,

cautious group.in what he said, but there was Jo'l'rnnndinu..11.10 a.m. it 5.30 (I.IIt. Leave Live Oak........... 2.30:;I p.m. - . .. .- . -- and I every Monday and Thursday lit 4:00:
small need for tho injunction. Silent and Leave Hart's Road......11.43 a.m. it (5.01( p.m. Leave. Custer,,.:..,,--' .. .... :!.IM p.m. .. Itlvcr stud OctMiii N leu in hon IN.MALLORY'S 1'. in. for

moody, with a face that was now inscrutable Arrive Jacksonvillc..l2.50\ p.m. t 7.05 p.m. Leave Kllaville..T..,,.... :3.30p.ni7Leave :\ -.-- -.... --. -------- ------- -

the prisoner passed out into the darkness GOIXO NORTH Madison........... I. hi p.m. \ -unfa ItiiftNii".. staid KOJK W.'wt.Connections .

and beyond my sight. Leave Jacksonville..,...8.20 a.m. it 3.10 p.m. Leave Greenville .:::::, :.. f.1 p.inT; ---- -

Late as it was I rode to }o'linchN.t r. So Leave Hart's Road......!)...:; a.m. it 4.15 pan J.ea'euci11a..,........... 1\.1111'.111.\ 1.'I.Olun.S'I'I:.\JIHIIII- MM:
tarns province went in made nt Ccdur with the
my everything was Key
ti order for the eventful morrow, and I wantedto Arrive 1.'erIllUillina..10.5: :? a.m. it 4.50 pan Leave lrifton.:.=.T.7.:: .. .0.40py; ;;iil: Florida Transit! Railroad from and to'all

inform Gerald of progress. Double Trains daily except Sunday I.caveolltcl.llo.., ......... 5.50 p.m. Only OiiMM't Ilu, to >.'' Vork. |H,lnts North! and Wefct; at Punta ItUfo/ln. with

The trial" can he little more than a form, Leave--- Lloyd's............ 7.15-!- p.m. --- Steamer fur !Fort Myers. Fort Ogden and

= my friend" I said ; "that is quite certainnow leave (Chaircs'........,... 7.40p.m. fine Level.
and I briefly recapitulated all my CONNECTIONS. -- Through Tickets are on Bale at Fenian-
E fresh details. Arrive Tallahassee.,.. pan j.L.o. : Una, Jacksonville Gainesville, and Cedar
I 1Iy mother and Milly have both been AT TKHNANUINA, ) LA., Leave Tallahas.se8.50 p.m. \ Key, at greatly: reduced rates, fur all i>rinri<

before you," ho said in reply. "Hronno With New York and Fcrnandina Steamship Leave Midway[ ........... 0.30p.m.: 1fl._ l'ull'olntll on the iiiif Coast.

drove them over; they've only just left, in Line from New York on Tuesday at 0 Leave Quincy::::..:.....10.28 pTiii.Ltiivc .- J. M.[ OALPHIN.'; Oen't. Ag't, .
fact." a. JU, or 4.00 p. m., and for New York on )[t.l'lcaulll..1IJI1 p.m.Arrive 'fa Cedar Key, Fla.
Ah I Trust in love to he tho 1.
after arrival of
: a woman Thursday afternoon trains. "

first to bring yon news!I" With Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat ';;;';'0- dllLt-: -t-":=L'ivcr..II.a4)_ : I .I .or..m-;::::;:. :: n'I'S'I'InX: : '!'. X.\H, /-8T; MA RY"S! WVKRtiX,
Gerald laughed: He could even be merry Company from Savannah" dully except
0.VO! WraT: MUtKtJ
CA1'I'. IiINI*(
now the load was lifted and merry with u Monday ; forSavaauahtdaiiyexceptSunday.AVitli : [ !' x'11/1l1'tNY.
> very ditTerent sound from that of the gryu\ Charleston Steamerfrumn Savannah (1ilfdt1II, Thur, CITY: 01'
4 irony! I remcmtarcd so well from mv first and Charleston on Wednesday<< and Sunday; Leave Tallahassee. O.iiOu.m) ,
visit for Savannah and Charleston Tuesday and ; Leave Chat to
The assize! court was duly opened by )Ir. Friday. Arrive:. ti t. Mark.s... ..........'....10 4 J5 a.m._
__ __ __:__ _-- .__ ____ r
Justice! Doyle on the Monday; and the trial, With Steamer Flora from St.Mary's River --- -- -- u u ONK: of he iilio\H Steanien!! will leave ;; "d 5
., in which half the country-side was interested Landings on Wednesday and Friday ; for UOINU K\HT. : for New York l'vl'ry'fhuJ'j4 ...:. ."r .:. ::-
was very nearly as formal a one liS' I St. Mary's Hirer Landings on Sunday and I>eave Chutta. River.... I L:5): a.m. day, on arrival of afternoon trains! from ,
had anticipated. Gerald was freed withoutthe WednCtWla)'. Leave C'liattahwjchei... 4.'J::!> a.m. Jacksonville and Cedar Key TIIK STKIMKIM! '.

shadow of a stain. AT CALLAIUN Leave Mt.[ .Pleasant..... 5.15a.m.. .. This line, buying no transfers. to. makaFKRNANDINA I'LOIt.t
'- -- -'- MARTHA
As for Richard Hyles. his arraignmentnever To and from Savannah at 10.... a. in. and Leave juincy............. 5. :! a.ui. lx'twccn _,
took place. Conscious that there ". 'O I}, m. I leave Midway! .....,,,,. (Ii.II a.m. Cuptaiu Kicif\Kiox. ('uptuin----- .
could bo but one dark issue to such a con. ..tNI1:41' YORK,
: test. the wretched man committed suicide in ATBlLDWiy, TLA., i Arrive TaI ahUb cc...,... 7ijm-: ;;: : NEILV1C1w
.1 his'' cell leaving, however, three roughly To and from Tallahassee at 12.20 nooi| Leave Tallahaxttee........ $./N) a.m. Offers tho ffr- ).\ ; : \:

f scribbled words behind him which were and 1.00 p. in. Leave l'LaIN'S'...........: s,43.:i ii:;... -- --- -

"sufficient.: to convince even those minds :, AT LOCIILOOBA, FLA., Leave Lloyd's.............. fI.OIS a.ni JIKHT; AND CHKAPI-Xr: : 'rit t tll'OIt1'\- The Flora leaves Fcrnandina/ JorSt.Mary's"
which were most loth to put aside their first With Ft earner AljJut for all i>oinU and u 'nON'ro Jo".OHW.HHU'.Jm."I.; Monday, Wodnetuuiv
I.. Monticello.......... 9.J( 0 Frhlny-returniin
.- Whether u.m aid
suspicions. that I did it" spokeof landings on Orange Lake on arrival of Peninsular gng on Tuesday, Thnr.
leave Drifton...... ..... 0.45.
repentance as well as confession, no man Railroad: Train. a.m. Vegetabhot ami FruiU will receive! special lav and Haturday! ,

ra [knows. What recompense for unjust imag leave Aiu1ll.i..M.\ .....miOa.m.Leae ( rare in JUUIIJllIIII'AH.II' /. The Martha leave Fc-rnundina fur tame
Illations 'an ashamed society could offer AT OCALA. ( reenville..lSu.nt.< ; points[ every Tuesday Thursday and Hutur-

[Gerald Myrtlemore received His answer! With Stage: Line to and (rom Urooksville I/eavc: : .1I./I../ --.. -- : :: '11m: ACCOMMODATIONS' AICKFIRSTCLASH. : day-returning every Monday I'WulnesJav
|to Markham may stand as typical of the daily except Sunday Madison.. ........ amt and Friday.
? Leave ,, .
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,. rest. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdayruin E11aville..1.ai: p.m... It:: a.lII. I .
y "I do not blame you at all. sir," he said. Ocala and Tampa on Monday, Wcdiiemlay IA'Ii\'o t'ullhr: .......:.=:: I.:: 1'.111. The traveling pnbliit aru oHVrnl the advantage Through hills ofy l..dlulC

:e "The case was decidedly a dark one. and and Friday. Arrive Live Oak......,.. l.W' p.m.Ixave DIKUT; LINK
>''r ";; "1 >perhaps I should have thought tho same. Isam AT CEDAR Kit, FLA., Live Oak........... :!.IO p.m.. ANY *CHANGfX: jut a : Connections, WITHOUT made at MALLORY'H LINK: of Steamer* to all
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only the more grateful to those who did ) on Ht. Mary's.
;. : '.f:> believe in me, and who did their best to With Steamer M'dlrr to and from )' nNaCO- Leave Houston........... 2.32 |'uiu Fernandinu with all fctcaiiibout' for all

:. f help me." la on Monday and Friday. Leave Wejborn............ 3.0011.1n. point on the St. JohnV' Ocklawuha, and (Trot ('uII"t'.lou
<; Millicent Tranton and her mother went With Steamers Clinton and M'M-yan for ArrireJUke'aty"EAtrr i .....j.t')im: : Indian Rivers and with the Tran.,it (JUiU

I away from Ahdale and lived in strictest New Orleans on Friday ; from New Orleanson ----= -- -. _.---__-_ road at Fcrnandinu for all railroad I stations made with the New York, Charleston and
t inclusion for more than eighteen JIIouthli.lilli.ent Saturday: from Havana and Key West, UOIl"U -ST. MtBKS UIVIMOir.Tueulayt and Gulf ,ports In FloridaFREIGHT Savannah Steamer,
Ii!t, on Friday; for Key Wvt and Havana, on .
was the heir of all her father's :
) ( ThurnJay aivl finlufibiyt.)
It only remains to add that after *
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that LEa Wakulla. .. ..........
Strainers .
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hit been with for Passengers.
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[true. love's presence. : on Monday and Tbu..1a)". Arrive TullaliaMec................. 1.41)p.ut. ]tD'Tlltnugh) lUtes and Dills of Lading will find thin a very attractive trip, jw the*
With :Steamer Eutr jioinU on the tti all jx'ints. scenery U grand, ami alligator and other
Su.vannee River\ on 'fhure4ays nt 0 a. .... CONNECTIONS: For i sige or further information, apply game are abundant '" '. c

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-\.. O. MuDONLf. Florida .V: Wr.teru JUilrna;l for Fernandhia.C. For further Information opi,lrt .
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\ I,'" "THE MOXOLOdVK OF DRATlft !." flexibility only I overmastered by his greediness sing and play ns I had heard only I one other fold more oppre!' h'e. Only the faint hope night with equal\ success, so far its! any connected
'"t for gain, Hn had a certain reputation country lassie do, and that wns'wlth quite of stumbling on some clue, overlooked by theory went. The inquest and the
./ : These lines, !spoTcen' by the Spirit of Death, in the village as a money-lender, veritable old-fashioned/ songs thirty years n;;o. Once the rest, could have induced me to spend' the magisterial! investigation were both held
t extortioner and, although his dignity: keptit or twice that evening I fancied that signals next half hour ns I did spend it. Disordered and the verdict of each was one of wilfuimurder
k ,I. In the guise!' of a "white pilgrim; arc altered I u secret, It had ample reason to believe its pa"!sed between Millicent Tranton and Gerald ns the place had been by the events of the against Gerald Myrtlemore. As I
from n tragedy called "Tho White Pilgrim," truth. Solicitor arc not accustomed to trust :\I 'rtlemor('. and, after a certain episode night, method still reigned Captain! fran had )proposed, vvc had a couple of the cleverest
i and printed for the first time in their present much to chance, but I would! have wageredany behind n mu\ ic-book, n telltale blush ton's table and desk. There wns! ft thin case! London detectives! down, nnd gave
form day mv whole professional\ reputation reigned upon both faces. I wns not surprised of documents!, bills and receipts, evidently them cattcllincfte\n, \ their search. Hut nothing
t : that Ct pt. Tranton would never bo broughtto next evening/ when sitting alone in brought home the day before, from Scotland ; come of it, In his heart of hearts each
Miscall\ me not! Men have miscalled me hear of a match between Gerald Myrtle- my room, a copy of a current review in my probably t the issue of Ill)' own latest advice one of them !sided with the local force mill
I much ; more and his. daughter. In family, of course, hand nnd commit nil around, to receive a was hidden there ; but I had no heart to with the village gossip, thinking that he
Have given{ harsh names and harsher Gerald! was fully his 'flual-the Myrtlcmores: ( visit from my friend Gerald came in with look There were filed letterCnIlw erel nndunanswered. 1 was! on wild-goose chase, and that the
; thoughts to me, had been settled in lirakeshire for more than ns grave a step as ever, but there was ns There was a mixed pile of walls of Flinchester prison already hemmed,
llovilcd and evilly entreated me, three centuries Hut Herald was poor and strange a compound of joy and anxiety pamphlets, political and legal. There was ft about the criminal. Neither can I blame
:';: Uuilt me strange temples ns tin unknown he was rich, and that alone the magnate of upon his face ns I had ever seen. He gave county court haml-book and the little red them. The Flinchester assizes drew near,
,;,.1' \ God ; Hollies Hall would find to be an insuperable my outstretched hands: a grip in silence, backed l book, in which the unfortunate gentlcmman nnd on lit) shoulders the burden lay heavily.
j Then called me idol, devil, unclean) thing, objection As to rebellion on the maid! nnd took his old station to the left of the had made notes of our last meeting. I Gerald mother, stunned by the blow,
I And to rude insult bowed lilY godhead down. en's part t that, too, appeared unlikely. She lire I opened this, and found to be a record of had hurried home from the continent, but
t G t Miscall me not! for men have marred my was not of ngc-hardly\ ]19! -and was ruledat Pair stood the wind for France," engagements and important memoranda. the brother could not bo reached by the '
,' ; form, home with a rod of iron. I hummed "Ah, Gerald, I don't know, I Brevity was its chief feature A full half of news./ I had been to London to retain the \.
,"x. t And in the earth born grossness of their The increasing gloom on my friend'* face, nrn sure, what has brought those words to : the entries were quite unintelligible; to any ablest advocate I knew, and was coming .
{ thought and the resentment against the ;grinding my lip!!." I but the writer Letters did duty for words, down by rail to Fed bury. Suddenly, as 1 \'
; t'1 I Have coldly modeled me of their own clay, I bond of straitened circumstances' that now "I'I nave proved one chance nt any rate" I and numbers had apparently( n mysterious sat back in a dark corner of the carriage! t p1)
.,!,. Then fear to look on that themselves have and again "lIrlt"ol, <'L\nolike through his ho said, with beaming eyes "ami am on and hurried meaning Money was, from the thinking-always thinking-what today I ':
I ,. ft'f} made. ordinarily mood, gave new force to the straight road to the other," The light first ,page to the last, its great burden If I can call an inspiration flushed upon 111('. >;
6 Miscall me not I ye know not what I am, Ill}' vague dream) of trouble. I made at last had dimmed ngain ; perplexity was para had been looking for evidences of the cap Side by side with the fact-the terrible fact- ';;
...' 1 But ye shall sec mo face to face, and know a bold bid for his secret I offered him a mount. tain'ssccret moncy-leniling) business: instead of that stolen; pistol, I read the mysterious '
: ;t I take all sorrows from the sorrowful, sympathy that was genuine, and, recognizing "She, Millicent. has accepted' you ?" I of the elucidation of a life nnd death mystery line in Captain Tranton's pocket-bouk. In ";
\ And teach the, joyful what it I is) to joy: have been letters almost of blood it stood before "
clasp it fi'4 such,, Gerald told me tho whole, my search would amply re mo :
: :';':t [ gather in my land-locked haibor's fltOtJt was a dull, leaden afternoon in said."Yes, subject to her father's consent" warded; as it was, there was! very little to C, on\ L':. II.-198) -]10:30: 'Oth, Imp :
'\ .. The shattered vessels of vexed world ; the early autumn; and the blinds were downin You will try nt once to obtain that?" interest: mile Stay What followed the Qurr."
t ,:I And even the tiniest ripple upon life my room, the gas alight, and the logs "Immediately on his return fl'ollrut. memorandum of the visit to my office ? In that instant : had grasped a clew. '-
.I .q Is, to my sublime calm, us tropic storm. blazing. Gerald made no effort to seek the land Hilt, old\ fellow, what if she is sent Only this : ---:
I .t'i, When other lecchcraft fails the breakingbrain shade ; lie was long past' the period of blushing away in consequence! ?" "C. on ]t. ll.-103-10:30: 20th Imp. in.

.' ; the 1 to still ( self-consciousness! lie stood upright, to The !same contingency had occurred to my Qurr." In Flinchester jail I once again met mj'
t 1, only, own anodyne the left of thc fireplace, his firm, white own mind as a not unlikely one.
r ?1 eddies; into visionless Only line that seemed ns inscrutable\ as client, pale, but self-possessed! ever. Gerald ;
Tho its face distorted with life's repose latest; lingers; grasping tightly a chair's: back, his "If she really cares for you, it is:! only a any of the others. I ran my, eye hastily could tell by my lace that I had news to
pang .. "
:' t smooth in passing with an angel s wing gray eyes) seeking mill('. I heard( him tithe matter of year's! in an'a'; (', I answered ; down the remainder of the leaf there were bring, and n great hope beamed from his
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brief I both, and time is
; And from beneath the quirt eyelids steal end without an interruption concise you arc young, on your a few, a very few more entries-and closed eyes and answered mine. ,
The hidden of the to giveA avowal, wherein passion' :" wore the dress !lill1'. the book, bullied As the inspector had said, "You-you know something?" !j
,I and nobler glory beauty eyes to ,tho rest of simple, words. For the next hour! \crilybcliovc, I listened the room bore no trace of any violence preliminary "I believe, Gerald, I am on the right track t tat %
Nolle new me not I the plagues that walk the "Milliccnt(i and I have been acquainted\ to a chant. in honor of a young lady, to the one great crime Neither last ; but before I tell you my ideas I must t
.' earth for a long tinge" lie fluid 1Ve have met who, according\ to this way wnrd young man, had there been a struggle. An altercation ask questions again. You suspected a ma-
The wasting, pain the sudden agony, often, and she seems to favor my advances. ,nssei! (',l until possible grace and accomplishment with Gerald Myrtlcmoic: death -wound.n tine !store-dealer of the theft of your pistol c
I 9' Famine and war and pestilence, and all It is with her father that the difficulty : ; to !save time and the need ] any unprejudiced case I was bound to ills name is Richard Hylcs?"
You know Trunton( ? I of I t that in future "
Tho terrors that have darkened round my threatens. Captain a new dictionary, proposed c Confess my own judgment that, like the Yes. '
'r, name think he begins to suspect.! : t the phrasi, "Miss Millicent Tranton," policeman, I should have linked the two to- You had n dispute with him-what
'j .;. .1'hesoare the plagues,, of life-they arc not "Ah I As yet, then, you have not definitely !''hollltllJe understood\ both of us as being gether. Gerald was imprisoned in the In- about?" ,
mine; > enlightened him ?" synonymous with perfection, absolute, un s pectors own part of t the village jail, and 0, he assaulted servant, and lectured +
.'\ 1'cxwhile I tarry, vanish when I come, "I have taken, up to this moment" no decisive limited.As thither I went to seek him. On the road I him ; it's an immense while ago."
) Instantly melting into perfect step whatever ; but I shall. it happened, I was away on the day of met )Ir. Markham, popularly known as "It may be that ho has never forgiven
I'; As nt His word, whose peace I nm, "And if he refuses) ?" Captain Tranton's return, nnd did not reach the squire.) All the old man s pompositywas you." i
f t. The troubled waters slept on (lalilce. If he denies mo his consent nnd :Milly home till midnight A terrible !shock did itgive shaken out of him, and he reined up "I do not think he has, but that-"
j When I withdraw the yell which hides my is still favorable, I shall persevere.' J me, a terrible sequel 1 was it to tile lighthearted his steed with a face ns grave and bewildered ")ll'ans to'my mind great deal."
"She is Tranton's( child and banter I have chronicled, to
,. face only a considerable just as my own. And then I told Gerald Myrtlemore both
.:. Ho melt I with, u look tho iron bonds ; heiress! no ,doubt) '! I said "A hear in the morning; that the master of Hollies "A terrible affair ft sad business, Mr. 111\' suspicion and my plans. I had been up
{ ,J Of the !soul's jailer, hard Mortality. marriage: with her father's good will, would Hall had been shot in )his own room, Parke! he said. to'dollies Hall, and had obtained, both the
,, Gently-so gently-like a tired child, set your estate in order again, and many nnd that Gerald Myrtlemore, the !suitor of Very. Mysterious to a degree. fateful red-baeked memorandum book nnd
Will enfold thee ; but thou canst not look people" his: daughter, stood charged with the crime.u. "I really would not have believed it of another, u semi-key thereto. For long hours
'Upon, my face and stay. In the busy haunts With a gleam of scorn he broke my carefully young Myrtlemore." I had studied them side by side, and ample
t Of human life-in the temple and the street, adjusted words asunder. "I don't!1" dryly, and with an accent of reward had come. The C. on" occurred 1
1 i And when the blood runs fullest in the It is invariably money, filthy lucre 1" he The whole community was!! in a ferment, indignation."No I many times, and stood before the notes
) veins'Unseen burst out. ." The world has set up its idol- and, as in all such cases, the most!! absurd more does Bromine, nor I-nor I- taken in my own office prior to Captain
i undreamed of, I am often by, a great golden Moloch !I-and everybody, and exaggerated stories were afloat about thoroughly. shall have to get a London Tranton's trip northward. It was evidently
t' Divided from the giant in his strength in a hurry to bow down, and the fit rl1 deepest Ashdale. About the two main facts, ]however detective down : I do not believe these po- a contraction of called on," and presented<1
Hut by the thickness of the misty veil. who shall succeed in making tho of the crimciind the arrest! I sorrow lice will unravel'i it..! little difficulty. The 193 I construed to y Tender, I am, not cruel ; when I take obeisance. You are a lawyer, 1'arke, and fully found not the shadow of a doubt. Roberts thinks it's! plain.:' mean so many English: pounds. Over and cover
} 'fhe shape most hard to human eyes, and like the rest. I ought to have remembered Captain Tranton had( comedown toPedbury "Yes ; that's just the reason. Possessed! by again records of money lent were therein
1 pluck that""You by the nightexprcss of the 10th, and had arrived that insane idea, they will allow t tho real this questionable: guise, The 10:30: ,
m Tho little baby blossom ;yet unblown, will pardon me if I am a trifle less in the village the next morning. At criminal to escape." 20th," was the chief link of all. I read it-
'Tis but to graft it on a kindlier stem! sentimental" than a young gentleman in 11 that evening he was a corpse.!' The chainof "Ah I Have you !seen Myrtlemore ?" rightly or wrongly remained to be provedas -
And leaping o'er tho perilous y'arsofgrowth love, I replied, with a smile. evidence upon which Gerald :Myrtlemore No ; I am just going there ; to a jail, indeed 10:30: : p. m., October 20th, the actual day
Uuswcpt of sorrow, and unscathed of wrong, The storm was over, and the deep, ominous had been first suspected, and then imprisoned !I"Even and hour of the murder. I took it to fix nn
Clothe it at once with rich maturity.'Tis calm back again in an instant.! Gerald was apparently a strong one. It had from so friendly an encounter as interview with the mysterious R. II.," an
I that give a soul to Memory ; could sec the ditlicultics of the situation few links! but those were ugly ones. The this, it was plain that the tide of suspicion interview that had taken place and had
For round the follies of the bad I throw every whit as well as I, and it was the embarrassment young man, I' knew myself, had expressedhis was running heavily against my friend ; ended in-crime. The imp.," nccording to
The mantle of a kind forgetfulness ; they caused that had led to the determination! to lose no available time among strangers it would be ten times worse. the key, meant invariably "imperative."
While, canonized in dear Love's"calendar, tiny ebullition." in the prose'Jution of his suit; indeed, he Sick and sad at heart I held on my path The "qurr," I freely translated "Quarreled."
m .' I sanctify the good for evermore, I apologize, he said, simply.\ Of late did not minis:'r jileny I that at 10:30that night Gerald was sitting bowed down at tho lit- The line now stood thus :
Miscall:! mo not; my generous fulness 1 lends) I fear I've been fil'lIl'l'rlcivllllllII: \' times. I he had been t clost-lcd) with the doomed man tle deal table ns I entered his room. He rose ('ulll'llon R. II.-#''.98-10:30:: p. m., October
Home to tho homeless) ; to the friendless:! am edging toward the Rubicon, and it wor- in the very apartment of the murder. He to his feet and looked me fully in the facea 20th.-Imperative. Quarre cII."
friends; ries me. "Fate is against me, but-I'll con- had gone away agitated' j that was sworn to look that went through me like a knife, Who was R. II.? I strolled out into the
To the starved babe, the mother's tender quer vet, and he begun to stride slowly up on good nllth ritv. It was probubdcthottght nnd yet had no enmity in it. I met his gaze village and identified those letters within a
breast : amyl (down the room. I, that he had been refused. und was agitated. as firmly, ns sadly and as decisively. )f my dozen yards of Ashdale church. A little
t Wealth to the poor, and to the restless) Nothing was to be gained bv a blinking of A pistol of a very peculiar pattern had been features had worn the least shadow'of the bulging shop, its windows crammed with all
l; RestIlcrinma' the" facts picked up not many yards from tho house, !surrounding suspicion, I believe the old sorts of incongruous goods, had "Richaid .
x C. Mcrivale' in Spectator. Milliccnt Tranton is: not of age ; you arc, and had since been identifiednsGerald Myr-I bonds would have been-broken between us Hylcs" painted above it ; and putting my
comparatively speaking, a poor suitor ; and tlemore's property ; a fact that I will confess forever. It was otherwise, and in silence he friend's story of the lost weapon and the
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her father is: both a rich and a hard man, not little and hand with convulsive
staggered certainly marine store-dealer
+ (TJMLI) df11tTId 3101tE'pSESCAPEltf me a very gripped my a strong passionate, implacable
l Gerald, I said. looked dark. On these premises In- grip.. Then he spoke. in connection with these trumpet-tongued
I. lie winco 1, but admitted at once my con spector Roberts had thought it !good policyto I thought you would come," he said. symbols, I constructed a theory. .
clusions. make sure of his prisoner. Hollies Hall "You were sure'of it, Gerajd." "Ah," said Gerald, as the Tight broke in f
) The ordinary routine of a country solici "You think Captain, Tranton will say stood about a mile out of the village, on the How does Mill)' take it ?" on him too, \'OU think Richard Myles
.i tor's !life is very nearly as humdrum and monotonous NoJ' in tones of thunder," he said, "unless!' high road to Flinchester. It was lonely "I have not Bern her. She was very self- stole my pistol: (borrowed l money from Captain -
? ns rumor says. Yet now and again, tho insolence of the proposition takes his house; and there were only u few laborers' possessed, they said, for so young a girl, and Trunton, had a row with him went up
even in his: case, tho dead-level is: broken by breath away. I fear so too ; but this discussion cottages anywhere near, I went under so great ft shock" to the hall after I had left and-did the
h.? an exciting episode Such was the one 1 has at least quickened my r-Ioh'e\lIl! nt once, :and found everything in disorder!' "And they suspect} -nay,charge-me with thing !I"
=l. vrlsb to relate. Gerald Myrtlemore I had before many days have passed that question, and under the surveillance of the police 1I1utll'ringIilly s father 1! They are a wise It looks very much like it. I shall put
!_ known from !his infancy ; known and-If at any rate, will bo decided. I will first The widow and the bereaved daughter had folk, these police, and Markham's like the detectives on the scent at once ; there is no
the word be used without ridicule\ make quite mire of Milly, (what a world of '
may by a )been mercifully taken away by the rector. rest time to lose, and we must cautious orour
t ; crabbed old bachelor-loved. At the time tenderness' trembled about the name1)!) and The body lay for tho present on a couch in The irony was hard and grating; it told of bird will fly"
} pf my story he was a tall, hundsomo young then 1 will try her father. lam not exactlyrich the chamber of the crime. I sought the police n chaos within. What wretch the man must!! be!" :
fellow of Bcven-atid-twenty, sturdy of limb as all Ashdale knows, since that crash ; inspector. Annoyed as I was at the Personally I have no doubt whatever "Your courtship of Captain Tranton's
and stout of heart At his father's death, but I am a gentleman ; I have health, honor charge against my friend, I had at this moment Gerald, of )'oilr innocence, and I have toltithl'ln daughter must have been current talk in the
r Home five years previous, Gerald had come and bruins! ; I can surely keep a wife, and "
't, nut the least doubt either of his innocence so ;' but there arc circumstances village, and probably besides
,. 1 'Into possession! of.much property ; but nn time will help to free what remains" of the or of his being able thoroughly to pable of speedy explanation, of course- me put it down that you would\ bo refused. ?'
unfortunate speculation, connected with the old }property around the Ixwlge. clear himself Roberts was sympathizingnnd which the face of it, look black ; and, Hyles must!! have known this, must have .
1 downfall of a certain bank, whoso has That is true," I said. Our conversationnow all orth !
name fairly communicative but it was easyto after duty of the police is lint}'. learned somehow of your going up to the
C Mill\ an ugly flavor on men's lips, had w ell- took a fresh: turn, and we sat late. see that )beneath his: civil sentence": lurked "Exactly, exactly ; I should remember hall that evening, and have thought thus to '
t : nigh ruined him. His mother had married I was searching my office pigeon-holes the conviction that he had arrested the right But it is an awful ordeal, my friend," and himself and to pay another old :;'1
l- 4 i again and was now in Italy He had only next't document, when man. his voice broke, as only the voice of rare, escape by putting the crime nn to your
e one other near relation, a brother, who, being : my clerk announced Captain Tranton. A You sec, sir," ho said, Mr. Myrtlemore overpowering emotjon) can break! shoulders."
-t. p of roving and scientific turn of mind 1- moment moro and he was! before mo ; a tall, was observed on his way down from the hall Gerald shuddered before he could repress "And has, nearly succeeded too. Does'
lad gono with a party of British and continental thin, grilled man, with an eye like a by the keeper who lives nt the chalk-pits. the revolt. Milly think me guilty ?" ,
savants to explore the wilds of South hawk's, and a mouth continually hovering Drown says ho was out in his! garden smoking Will you tell mo what actually took Alas, how was I to tell him ?
It \, America. ] urine was seldom hoard from. between u sneer and a frown lie returnedmy and, dark as the night was, noticed Mr.Myrtlemore place lost night, so far as you arc con "I really do not know," I answered
1 Gerald lived with an old confidential salutation! as frigidly usual and sat particularly. Mr. Myrtlemore cerned "Poor girt! Her mother and herself are
housekeeper hu neat little house, i-alled, dowiu At fir-t vaguely:and from n..sol' a- passel; quite close and was in a tremendous Just what 'you can guess; just what you both at the rectory still, with the Dronnes ; .
t after the village, Ashdale Lodge.: Hero he tion of thought I wondered whether his rr- }uirry, groaning and (Drown says) swearingto knew would. I went up to Hollies Hall tlfey do not at all feel able to go back to the *-
his on tho spot, looking after the wreck of rund had anything to do with my friend I himself all the war-thln which, when about 10, as fixed by an answer to n note hall."
l estate, and trying hard to bring order speedily found it had not. Captain Tranton put together, seem! veryodtl, because generally soliciting an interview. I made my propo Despite the fearful position in which he -a
'out of monetary chaos. Ho was lonely,and was going north ; ho had property beyond that gentleman! is a miiet\ one, very. sals, asked for Milly, put my case as well ns stood, Gerald was ready alwa hear or i
i I was lonely; and, moreover, as I was his the Tweed, and wished my advice upon a And then there tho pistol !I' I knew how, and received a 'No !I' given ina talk of Millicent; he would have to J .J
rim ; chief assistant in the above mentioned attempt plain matter of business, a dispute betweena "What did Ger-Mr. Myrtlemore when passion, and with insults.!: Poor fellow the death for that girl as blithely gone as ever "
we were drawn much together. Of tenant and himself. Once again, and, so you went down to Ashdale! I/xlgc?" I am sorry for the captain now, and I never went fanatic to tllo!>euffohl. He de-laved me ;
iii winter evenings: -possibly after a brisk: run fur us a personal interview was concerned Ho was in boil, sir ; and when I saw him wished, him any harm ; but he got my own many minutes now. ,
with tho Croxby: hounds-wo sat in my for tho last: time, the ingrained sclli"hn'lSsoitho ho looked as) pale as death ; but all ho said temper up, and our parting words were I had ridden I back to my office, and was
ti F home and smoked and talked however:! 1 moans heart was revealed to me. ll'iti'dt1u. was. I ILlIl't'r}' sorry Roberts. I am perfeatly warm'ones. I came away bv the road past busy in writing letters for several waiting
i 'politics by the hour. Of late, I .' unknown Scotchman who had incurred innocent, but of course 1'1go\ with the chalk-pits, crossed. the fields,came home, clients, when my door oj>ened, and almost
Lad noticed change in him, and with the his displeasure! anti I made my advice of as you at once.* and sat thinking till two in the morning. without warning my clerk ushered in lady
I- 1'el1'Y 01'a lawyer I tracked. it to its mild a tenor as la' ,.."ible. I Ie took notes of "+\nll innocent 1 am sure he is," I answered "And that is all? Pardon me, Gerald"do; in deepest black I arose, and when a the
; cause : Gerald was in love." A terrible malady a1l11oalliin a little red-backed ppuckct. -bmok, warmly ; "but somebody has committed you know anything about a pistol ?" veil was lifted met the shadow-haunted
i h that "tender iMission.! ) Of how many thanked me and departed. It was then the a foul crime and must: be detected, "Yes, and no. That is a strong point eyes of Miss Tranton. Dark rings were
S .bosom companions ft has robbed me during 8th of October."I You have made a thorough search, ofcourse, against me, and my explanation must naturally around them, and their expression one
these last!: thirty years an outsider would shall bo back on time nth, or :20th at indoors as well as out, and have examined seem weak. Roberts showed it tome of earnest appeal- All the had was died
have small idea. I know, for away in the latest Mr. l'arke he that I ; roses .
said, turning for an the servants? ,* listol-nnll cannot deny that I out of Milly s cheek now,
archives of my memory I keep a list, long iu taut on the threshold ; "I will call ut livery: one, sir, without exception ; but bought it at Tilman's sale last spring, and You are quite alone I ? I can speak to -
a and. mournful catalogue. once and inform you of the result, If I do they are all accounted fur right enough.Anil \ had possession of it for a long while; but a you. inronfulence' a minute two Mr. ,
Gerald Myrtlemore was certainly in love. not have need to write." whnt makes it ,darker r. l'arke, harder month ago I lost: it." arkf'1"' or ,
t ; j.. I had made a diagnosis\ of the disease far too I bowed and returned his -'GOtl morn to make out, is that it clearly wasn't done "Where?" :Willingly am
.often to be ml! h'tl. His visits were less: fre.quent ing./ :' fur rubhrr '." S I believe it was stolen, and I had a suspicion Miss Tranton.i l' quite at yourcommand,
..' and le) was almost always' absent. Half a dozen days later Gerald road met Unless the thief thought to find the room that I knew by whom ; but it was "The assizes open next Monday GeraldMr.
1 k v uindeu when he did ,come.. I remarked at a dinner arty at the rectory Mrs( Tran- empty, and, to save himself, shot (Captain only a suspicion! and I never accused the Myrtleraore is to be tried" Itt ; -
,great extremes in,hh! dress ; at one time he ton and her daughter were there also, for 'frllll to n0. ." man." Yom"
trims wonderfully polished and precise, at the Uev. Kustice Dronno was a bright and :\ sir, im! There's not the I least signof "'ho was he?" lie is quite innocent "
{ another very lax. Then, too, I had caught shining light in OUT social firmament as well breaking in. Besides the pistol !" "A very insignificant personmarine "I am aware of it." Mr, Purke,
t; him more titan once in the streets of Ash- a< in his oaken pulpit; entertainments Itel-tapo was! bringing me mercilessly back store-dealer I'd had a quarrel with years I would have seen him but
dale talking very earnestly with Miss(! Trail- were invariably well I attended and select to hU fixed. idea ; it was horrible A businesslike l. ago. The pistol was placed in my storeroom for mother : she will not believe before this >
ton un arrangement in pink and whiterim Millicent( \ was the belle of the evening She thought seized me. during some alterations ut the lodge, him Mr, Parke! -I tnustSee ,
whose charms! a good many: young men fmnllllellty of obsequious u"mlrfrom ,* I am the family solicitor, as you doubtless and he was the most frequent and likely. him?,' They will not convict t:x
Deemed smitten. Naturally, I laughed at theslee't-facod littlo curate to the pompous! know," I.!said.! "You will allow me togo visitor." In that last ;
him, and equally, to the rule, the old squire of the Manor 1Iou"<, I watched I into tint room and make investigations You can prove this! Your housekeeper the I last vestige! sentencelpassionateamidtalltl of ,
I laughing aggravated the symptoms. I was her this time keenly, critically, and gn'\Hl1r fur myself""Certainly .. knows it ?" was a reserve had perished. It
sorry, though, for another reason beyond tho verdict in her favor. Her mother was a shy" I Mr. Parke ; man is on guard No. I did not say anything to her ex. only of woman loved forgetful. of herself, thinking
purely selfish one of losing a hllth'o'l'tlIneUlt pensive woman, who took but little interest I there all the while, of course." cept to ask who had been in, The b"OOtold i ruts, with a dread one.of with faith in his integ J
A strong presentiment of evil lay even in the affairs of her own household, Divided by several unused. rooms and the foul I is as honest as.the day and would have Lelure me. his danger, that stoodI .,
upon IU.". Miss Tranton might conceivably and \\lm would no more have dreamed of whole width! of the hall from the rest! of worried for weeks; have "
I>o next door to an angel, but her father, defying her husband in a trivial matter than the house, thl p chamber wanvery lonely. Thoughtful i as' ever The last person to terday words very little fear, I replied Yes
Captain Tranton of Hollies Hall was de- in agreat one Millicent exhibited, in her Fitted. up as a library, with heavy oak appurtenances make a criminal! man-slayer! limit all the ,, lay would have teen less confident
fcmbed us an avaricious autocrat. I knew vivacity, a self-reliance\ mild spirit of : it wore always a sombre aj" same, a story like this made me still more "I must "
I rim well ; In an official capacity I had had Inquiry. She was blight, but of pood figure; 'JH-arumv. 1 had been in it many times,and\ grave. To a jury such ti dl'rt'n"ouM KemKidly something.give I evidence. she WLid; U I know
iuany dealings with him, and had found his lovely to-night in a dress that both fitted her knew it well. With the blinds draw, and halting. went home and pondered at the ; vrv' too bewildered to think

coldness only I,) equaled by his pride, his! In. and wa a tribute to good taste, She could I so ghastly an occupant, the gloom was ten all day ootleIy l! I jmiuJered well nigh all Kagerly inquest I listened: Roping a further clue


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and not being disappointed.! nullrOlul"", I QAVANNAH 1[, FLORIDA A WF: TKRNO conncit with steamer Rebecca F.vcringhnmevery ) .$-frM
._ RAILWAY. Thursday for/ Vpal.ichicola., Fla., and
I knew Gcr11dwtascnmingupthat lIight.I.collhln't -
cwr1lltfl:\.\' for Columbus, On., and Kufanlii : .
rest in my room ; 1 vstole rniMK: CARD ,
the corridor and through the hall, and hear "l'al cross' N mil rrt Line. A III.
COIIII't'tl"itll steamer! Gunby Jordan'
OP Til K:
people talking loudly rudelyI went nearer for I Fla. and t
C'l'rylI..by l Apalachicola, ,
to the door, thinking it was Gerald. It ATLANTIC, GULF! & WI''n'I: 1SD1ATRAN-} On and after Sunday, June :20, 1881 1, Passenger every TIII'IIafo.ll' Columbus( : nnd KulaulaAla. : .{ I
not it somebody with a grulV;
was was very
; .I Trains will run daily over timeI'ay- -
1\11111 'l'ntnwaTI'n minutes :SIT RAILROAD} ,
11el'p'nicc ; n Short Line as follows :
cross Connects' at l hike City with trains on the
after there was a shot, a smothered 'hick'Ville1'xpress
cob finished the sentence. PKNINSULAR: I RAILROAD fastt: I.I iI. : Florida Central Railroad' for Jacksonvillennd s. MAII, NTIAUSIIIINWill :
:St.: Johns River, Fernandina tool Cedar u.
Thin, very important evidence, and I ( \\\ahlo\ lifinrti,) Leave Jacksonville\ .... 7.35 n. m. .;\.:!' p. n%. Key. \\'WILLIAM( .\ n:4.:
instantly resolved to utilize it for my the. Arrive Jacksonville.... 8.10p.m. 8.10a.m.) tlcneralI'assenger.gent.I

ory. .\Sl Leave (Callahan......... 8.12? a. m. I 0.22; : p. m. --..- leave (Vdar Jl'YFon
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I am very glad you came, Miss Tranton, FKRNANDINA)) & JACKSONVILLK: Arrive 11'nycruss..11.07 a. m. 0.15; p. 11\. 'I.IW.n: ;: TIL\I, RAILROAD.Lcavo I : .
and that know Onild; to be Innocent. l NKW: ORLKANS KVKRY OTHER
you IU hI. IOA1). Arrive .Je \ip..l.a.: ; ) neon 11.05 p. m. ,
Ho will be cxeeeltinplgrntet'ul; for your Arrive Hrunswick! ..,. (\\,001'.111.' 5.30a.m. FRIDAY.
lU1Nt W.) visit You will aid me in preparing the do.N Arrive Savannah: ....... 3.001'.111. :!.()4) a. m.
fence if 1 want you even before tho trial?" Leave: Savannah: for Jacksonvilli' 8:15\: ) .\. M, .

0't'. Mr. ParkeI'ill! you take me to lt Girt;(, M
%. see Herald) at Flinchestcr?" Arrive Macon........... 7.50 p. m. 7.0<) a. mu. )Leave Haldwin ....1....... HO::: A. M, FOR Jay WEST AND HAVANA
.a \Vlfthis do ?" r I.c'Darbyvillc) .,. ::55 .\. M.
evening Arrive Cluitlotun..... t). IO p. m. 8d) a. m. KVKRY OTHERSATURDAY.
r "Yes." Leave Charleston for Leave Sanderson.....10:40: A. M. .

And so we arranged it. The interview was OOINU !soi'TII.Leave Florida................. 7.10a.m.( 3.30: : ) in. Leave OluMco: .11:24:? .\. M. -
very pathetic one ; its phases far too sacred I Femandina: ........................ !lI.lIO a.m. Arrive Atlanta.......... 3.50 n. u. 12.50: noon p. LeaveMt.. Carrie. :. .') A. M.
'' to be recorded here. Leave Hart's Road.............. ........ ll.li> a.lIl. Arrive .10.0 ,
The detectives were surprised l but chimed Leave Callabau! ......... ......... .........10.;:):'! a.m.Leave Arrive Augusta I : ... p. 8.00 ill. Leave Live Oak) 2:30::: r. in.i.eawe .

; in at once with my further schemes Personally : Dutton............ ......... ........11.22!:! a.m. .rrin''a.hi11gtoll.Montgomery.:, .... (t111. m. !11.10 11.111.p. : Madison\ I 1:15: ) r. M. !M3t: Cedar Key. Fla.
this Richard Ilylcs was but little Leave Hrandy llranch ...............ll.)8: a.m. I. daily Leave Drifton.( .. r. M.Leave y

'' known to 1I1\.'. lie was a short bull-necked 1, Leave llaldvvin ...........................1.0i;! p.m. Washington H. AP.: R......... .....10.00 p. m. IO.tO: a. m. Tallahassee 8:50: r. M. SLIMMER: SJJ 1:011.1:1:
heavy-browed worthy, who had battled ont Leave Mavville...... ....................12..T5: : : p.m. Lv. Leave Quincy I ......... ...... ..,...........10:28::! I'. M. --
Washington daily
in .\ hdale for many years.Ve mounted a Leave I.a wtC\' ............................. l.l.'l: p.m. limited ). 11.:1111.:: m, Arrive ('hnttuhoO'lll'e River.11:50: i>. M. THIS PTE.111EIt$
strict guard upon him, and conducted succeeding Leave Temple's( ........ .................. 1.'n: !) '.tn. ( express: '
.\1'. New York daily U )INU: K\oIr.: *
investigations caution and suc Leave Starkc ...................,.......... 1.58: p.m. 1'. It. ., 0.45 a. m. 5.20 m. Leave Chattahoochce River. I,30: .\. M. e--'--. ..- -- --,

4 MNs Thltl' .......................... 1.51 p. '
cessVC: contrived to secrete ; : Trail tOil Leave !
., 'I behind screen in a friendly' house and toget 1.1'111'rllldt)............................... 2.:311'.111.: (limited 1)). :3.50 p. m. Arrive! Tallahassee: : 7:30::: .\. M. _' ____ .....____._...
(the man to call on an errand thereat between Leave Gainesville I :, ......... ........, ...... ;3.( .'!o' j>.m. Express: : daily.express) Arrive Drifton........ ......... ........... 0.35::\ ,v. at..lrrive -
the visits of several more. A very Leave Arredoiulo.............. ,........ t.52; : p.m. ln.Ii01l..1 .
Fast Mail daily except Sunday.TIMK. A. M.
troublous and furtive expression was remarked Leave llatton........ ....;.......... ...... ...OJ p.ll1. : Arrive Live 1:10: I*. M.
in his but he ..... ................ "!) '
; eyes, did not appear as Leave Archer..... 4.'J p.m. Arrive I Istke City..... 1\11': M.Arrive :'
To Savannah. 7} hours
r.. yet to suspect 11lplot.. If guilty, he e\i- Leave Itronson .O1 p.m. : :
Mt.( Carrie. .1\1:\ v. at I.
;dently was intending to stay in the village Leave OtterCroek................. ...... 5.40 p.m. To New York 171 hours: .. :
Arr \Olustee. .. -Ilill'. M.
and brave it out. Miss Tranton at once selected Leave Rosewood..... .................. II.IH(! < p.m. To Macon .12 hours : .-.::.
Arrive Sanderson....................... 5:10: 1'. M.Arrive .
his voice us that of the person she Arrive 'edar Key........................ 0.55) p.m. To .\lIg\tSta..1! H} hours. .
had heard talking with her father the Washington i ..........38: hours Darbyville. 0.20: t'. M.Arrive .
; on leave Fernandinu for Jacksonville
uom: SOUTH.: Haldwin.. 0.15: I'. M. :
To Atlanta. P.) hours
night of the the murder. Unseeing!" as well as Leave Cedar Key......................... o.HO:! a.m. Charleston\ hours Arrive White House. 7:25:: I'. mm..lrrive.Jacksonville IT and I'alatka, and intermediate landings .

unseen, poor girl could scarcely he prc.jUlliCl.tl Leave Robcwoo l.......................... (5.10 n.m.Leave 8:00: i%. em I. on the St. John's (liverand Savannah

with horror, and the she said.tones made Then: hcrsll1\'cr too found anew Otter Creek........ ............... 7.00a.m. THROUGH SLKKI'KRS.:: : COXNKITIOXH.: ; :' Haldwin with A., (I. it. and Charleston! as folows :

by patient search amongst Captain, Tranton's we Leave Ilronson................ ........... 7.4:: 0.111. Charleston.Jacksonvillo v.1.1'. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville From Fernandina
clear and Leave Archer............................. K.Kta.tn.. j2 t1 Jacksonville to and Fcnuindinn, and all points: North and
concise evidence of the "
dint we, had. hitherto only suspected.! Lentat Leave Button ...... ........................ 8.3S a.m. ;:,O Jacksonville! to Macon., West: ; at Lake City for Tallahassee: Albany, FOR JACKSONVILLE; AM PALATKA,

an exorbitant rate of interest:: the Leave Arrcdondo ........................ 8.5 a.in. ; to Jlontgomcry.Passengers :Savannah and all points\ North and. West ; ?a- KVKRY 1F1BN1'31)Il''K3tFrom }
wa coi ;Merablyoverluoand still remained money; Leave Gainesville.............. ......... !9.8.S: n.m. -tho at Jacksonv with St. Johns River: Steam .
To the Leave Waldo......................... ..10.30: n.m. taking Savannah sleeperand ers. J. ti. McKLROY, Fernandina
awkward unpaid. task and if pistol was close a more Leave Thurston..........................10.54 n.m. arriving at Savannah at 2..I1t1< ) a. in., may W. M. DVVIIWOX I 't 1litslcrTransp'n.SnperiIitcndcnt. .
too "
pressed at until the of
the outset have the villain Leave Starkc...............................11.11 n.m. remain in the ear usual hour t. FOR SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON:
What might given of Leave Temple's..........................lO.'JO: a.m. thing in the morning, 7 1III.. ..
warning was, too, much importance Jft-EVEItY VKIDAY.IKClose
the of ammunition Leave Lawtev ....... .....................11..'!Ii n.m. Only one change of cars to New York. -- .

Richard was Ilyles purchase the of by lA-ave Maxville) ...........................12..S: > p.m. Passengers: : going to Montgomery New Ilndcrulciug connection made with steamers for
on morning Captain trllill.l'UiOengl'rs -
Tranto'n's departure for Scotland Leave: Kaldvvin'.. .... ... ................. 1.10 p.m.Lease Orleans take the evening lino of Transit. It. .n. iu\i: >iitsoN: -- Mellonvllle Enterprise: also .with steamers
sworn to by and purchase Brandy Hranch: ................. 1.28 p.m. : from Railroad for Ocklawaha River; also at Savannah
dealer at Flinchcster.an iron-monger.\ web was woven gun- Leave Dutton ........... ............ ...... 1.41 p.lIl. take the evening train ut Callahan at (Ii.,2.5:. with steamer for New York Philadelphia,,

now which would be hard for Leave: Callahan........................... :2.22!:! p.m. p. m. 1I04toll11111 Halthnorc.nnd at Charleston wit),'
break. My natural feelings any of triumph Leave hart Hoatl.-::. ......... .1.:!.") p.m. l'aoll'lengl'J'cfrolll: line of Jacksonville, Pensacoln !steamers for New York, 1'11I1I1I1'lpllllUnll l i".
it Mobile[ Railroad either
r' were only dimmed) by pity for both murderer Arrive Fcrnandina ............... ..... 4.001'.111.) take train more, and\ with Northeastern South Carlolinii -
at Live Oak leaving 2.45 p." mil. and arriving ,CA6t l t'r u
N Railroads: for1 routes North Kast: andWest. )
ami victim. The detectives an.ll waited Trains: daily, except Sunday. Savannah% at :!.l"J a. m., or train at Jacksonville .
first on Inspector Roberts the night before at 7.35 and .
leaving n..in. arriving at
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the trial. lie from whom the idea had zealously on
been kept was astonished.! Regrets Connecting at Savannah with steamers for .

his own failure and plcasurcnt the probability J'E IX8UL.\1t RAILROAD, New York Philadelphia, BII.-ton and Hallimoiv. ; Through Tickets ami Staterooms secured
i of an innocent man's release!" struggled: ( slid. lirnnch.) .
\111111111 I information( office
for the mastery: and. pleasure won. Beneath ITN I)1.It'r.11( iu. furnished corner
y Connecting ut Charleston with steamers! :
Centre ami Second fl'II .
I his oflieialli\<'rr, red-tape had a heart like
for New York Philadelphia ami Haltimore.\
:O.ly! C. A. NOYl H.
the rest of us. ........ FIFTH ST.. FKRNANDINA. FLA. _
Leave Waldo Junction.. .. 2.-l.> p.m. Trains: on Brunswick it Albany Railroad: .
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"It looked! dark you can't deny it, dlr.H Leave Santa Fo......... .................. :J.181'.1I1. leave Junction daily (except Sunday) for For mill '
Parke",," he said; but it's plain as noonday Leave Hawthorne ....................... 4.0.;> p.m. Brunswick, at .....0 p. in. Tampa KeyYs i ,

now. Leave Lochloosa:\ ................. ......... 1. I.') p.m. Through; Tickets sold to all points, and 1) IT !Aha! R01JKS: : MKTALL1C: CASKS: VIA
"I think so. You will come with us to Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.10p.m. Slecping-Car Berths reserved at the Savannah ) WOODEN COFFINS AND OASKKTS.:: : / 1.t111't StouiiiNlilp C'O'H LINK

the Manor House, )Ir. Roberts1The : Arrive Ocala...... ......... ...... ........... i.I"< ) p.m. Florida (Western Rail'vay; olllce No. -Telegraphic orders promptly attended to.ilookK : .!. ,
squire literally danced. I never saw 11'l't: Hay street ; also mill* Ticket Ofllcc\ -. --- -- ,
old Markham I in in such state: of pleased: excitement (.0!NO NOHTlt. \
Macon it Jlrllllsw l'k' RtlJroa corner
; ; Hay aunt Stationery.HOIKACi .
even at a hunt dinner before. Leave Ocala..........;......................5..L5 n.lIl. and Hogan streets, ami.l at Ticket Ollieo Florida sr :j>di
Armed with his warrant, we walked into Leave Orange Lake ..................... 7. 'f) a.'II. Central I Depot, Jacksonville, Fla. : 1MMMV : \\.

the village and arrested our prey. Leave Lochfoosa............... ..... .... R.30 a.m.Leave JAS.:: I. TAYLOR, ,

A great wave of terror, anger: 'and 1 despair Hawthorne........................ .15a.m. General Passenger .\ l'nt. Wholesale and. Retail e _
!surged over Richard Hyle.V face as he saw Leave Santa: Fe.......................... 9.15a.m. II. S.:: IIA1NKS: General Manager. Std

what this visit meant, and knew that despite Arrive Waldo Junction.... .......... 10.15 a.m. --- -- ---.
his tho toils Ila.1o\ rd | > OOIS, MATIOMIKY; ,
cunning him.It I'I
F upon ;: ACOL.n I
in of seconds, ami --- ----- --
was over couple a : RAILWAY.On .
.\ ml MUSIC
i cloak of hastily furuishcsl: -up astonishmentthat -
deceived nobody was donned in its FKRNANDINA .t JACKSONVILLKRAILROAD. ; and after Monday, May :2, )1)81. Trains:
place. on this road will run ;daily as follows : W! \\'twr I IhvSniKT I ONK: of tilt !staunch and elegant Steamer

I-gentlemen-want me What for?" IIOI1O wixr. the above Lino will leave Vdar: Kcv

I "For the murder of Captain Tranton," Leave Lake City.12.30? :: p.m. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. every Monday at 4.00: p. m., for

aid. the inspector, coolly ; and In another li Jffict:( May fit ft, 18ft. 1 Ix-ave Welborn........... 1.1): 1'.111. )

hvstant or two tho sharp click of a pair ofhalld,11118 Leave_Houston_ ._ 1 .:38 p.m I ._ Tampa, In..h'.u'
out the of waiting
rang ears a
The inspector upon warned him to be IIOINti/ KOLTH. Arrive Live Oak......... :: .IK) ) p7m.Leave $ N'ool Hooks u NI"'alf.1'j. Ilmlileiitouit,

cautious group.in what he said but there was Leave .erllandillu..ll.to a.m. it 5.30 p.m. Live Oak........... :2.30:. p.m. p -. .. -- und every Monday nnd Thursday at 4:0(1: )

small need for tho injunction. Silent and LcnyeHnrt'8 1:0\11..11.43: a.m. tt 0.01 p.m. Leave. Custer.. :2.18p.m.! __ River anil OceanMALLORY'S Nh'.u..bon'H. 1'" m. for

moody, with n face that was now inscrutable Arrive JacksOI1 vi lie....12.50 p.m. .
tho prisoner passed out into tho darkness iOIXO: KORTH." IA'uve.hndion.. ............ 1. 13 p.m. Tuiila ltiiNii' mill ILcy lV.'Mt.Connections .
and - ----- --- -
beyond my sight. Leave Jneksonville..H.20 a.m. .t 3.10 p.m. Leave Greenville......... ;5,15p.m. -
Late as it was I rode to Flinchester. So Leave Hart's Road.....0.45 n.m. 4.151.m.Arrive ) J.cU'ouclIla.. 0.10 p.m. ri.oicii S'I'KJIS.I..NI: :.
far as province went in made at Cedar with the
my everything was Key
Fcrnandina ....10.25> a.m. & 4.50
order for the eventful morrow, and I wantedto p.m. Leave Drifton.7.... O.l0pm"[i Florida Transit Railroad from and to' nil
inform Gerald of Double Trains daily except Sunday Letwc Monticcllo........ 5.50 points North and West
progress. p.m. __ __ Only I>i!'<'< ( I due (<> Xc'iv Vorh. \ ; at I'untii Russa with
"The trial can bu little more than form, Leave"Lloyd's.\ .....,.. 7.J.-pm--: : 'Steamer for fort Myers, Fort Ogden, and
my friend, I said ; "that is quite certain leave Chaircs'... 7..11) Pino Level
now*' and I briefly recapitulated all my CONNECTIONS: p. u. -.- --- ; Through Tickets are 'on sale I at Fenian-
c fresh details. Arrive Tallahassee....: 8.25: p.m. diva, Jacksonville, Gainesville, und CVdai

\fy mother and filly have both been AT FEB.VAXDINA, FLA., Leave Tullahasse: :........, !8.50' p.m. Key, at greatly reduced rates, fur nil princi'.

before you," he said in reply "IJronno With New York and Jo't'rnallltillltcall1: Leave Midway............ !J.iJ: )p.m.. 1'II11101l1tll on the Gulf Coast. -

drove" them over ; they've only just left, in ship Line from New York on Tuesday at 0 Leave Quincy:..-:..:.....10.28 pTm.; J. s1. JALPHIN.. Oen'tAg't,
fact. a. ni. or 4.00 m. and for New York M Cedar Fla.: e
1' on Lcavclft.l'leasunl......11.01 p.m. Key,
.\h I Tru>t woman in love to be tho Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains. ,

tint to bring you news I" With Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat Arrive ChattaTjliver.: .. I."ij p)..!rn_ __. 'isnnTKXH.: .- }:"1'8'1"ltY't') RIVER'S
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Gerald laughed. He could even be meirynow Company from Savannah daily exceptMonday
\OIXO WKHT-HT. :M lass DIVISION.Tuexdnyt .
; the load was: lifted and merry with n ; for Savannah daily except :Sunday CA1T. MINIS; : )rtdlI' \',
( 1'1It1lcl1N very different sound from that of the grim With Charleston Steanerfrom H.w1ItrluhIIwl '
.. tt l irony! I remembered so well from my tlrstVisit. Charleston Wednesday and Sunday Leave Tallahassee.................. ...... 9.1$) 11.111. CI'1'OP.: I).\ ".'4\N.

Savannah and Charleston Tuesday and Leave Chattahoochce...................TO.lOu.m. (].\1"j'. RISK.ONK '

':h7 The av-izo court was: duly opened by )(r. Friday. Arrive St._ Mjirks.. ........". _.....'. ..??.o.'ir:: a.m.OOINO .
: _
( Justice Doyle on the Monday, and the trial, I With :Steamer Flora from St. Mary's River = 1 of the iiho\ Steamers will leave ; -1 1'i
:.;$1- in which half the country-side was interested KVHT.Uave for New York Thursday
Landings Wednesday und Friday ; for every : : ::::;.
was very nearly as formal a one as I St. Mary's River Landings on /Sunday and Chatta. River.... 1.:4): ) a.m. ) on arrival I of afternoon rains! 1'1'0111 M -
!had anticipated. Gerald was freed without Wednesday. Leave Chattahoochee... 4..7): a.m. Jacksonville arid I Cedar )Key. Ills STKtMEIttF

the shadow of n stain. AT CALLAIIVN. Lc-aveMt.: Pleasant..... 5.15: a.m., This line, having no transfer! to make

As for Richard !lyle!!. hU! arraignment To and from Savannah at 10.45 a. in. and -J.cuvc Quincy.- -...--.......... 5.52 a.iii.- betweenFKRNANDINA I, Oil A JIAKTIIA,

never took place. Conscious that there 2.20: p. m. Leave Mi could be but one dark i issue to such a contest : AND NKW; YORK, -
: i the wretched man committed suicide in AT BlLDWiy, FLA., Arrive Tullahum see....... 7JO a.m.

5 his cell leaving, however, three roughly To and from Tallahassee. at 12.20 110011 Leave--- Tallahassee.. .. ..,.... A.(") 8.11\.._ OttVw tho ;t'J) HKRVICK.-: : **
and 1.00 m. ---"-- -- --.- --
scribbled. words! behind him which were p. Leave ChaTre '............. 8.4.'J' : a.IU. -
r sufficient to convince even those mind: AT UJCtlLOOS.FLA.., Leave Lloyd's........ ...... 1'.fJ a.llI. UKrtT AND CJIKAPl'Xf: ; TRANSPORTATION The I-'I0Tlllcll.' FcnmandfnaforSt.Mary't)
| which were most loth to )put aside their first With Steamer Alphn for all ;>oinU and. TO FLORIDA HI/IPPKRS. River landing every MwadayVcincsduy
[suspicions. Whether that "I did It" spoke landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular Leave Monticello...,.... 0.00 a.nmLeave and Friday-returning on Tuesday Thur;
Drifton..... ..... !9.45.
j of repentance as well as confession, no man Railroad Train.AT a.m. -- .table* and Fruit wirt'l.t'lVtt\( spceialcured dav ami Saturday.
y J knows. What recompense for unjust imagInations Leave .\u(1 lt..i 10.10 a.m. handling.PASSKNJKR The Martha leave Fcrnandina for name
: S 'an ashamed society! could offer, OCALA Leae lirtenvflle..1O.3Su.ni.I : 'point every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur

,'V, f Gerald Myrtlemore received. His: answer With Stage: Line to and from Hrookaville Leave :, -- : ACCOMMODATIONS ARK: day-returning every Monday, Wulnesdavami
t. [to Markham may stand as typical of the daily except Sunday .fiulfson..I 11.10a.m. Friday.
.;; f'v rest. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from leave J.llavllle.: ........ ...12.55_ p.m..::._o.3ua.11i.< : FIRST-CLASS. ,

\ r "I do not blame you at all. sir," he said.It'The Ocala and Tampa on MondayVeslaesday Leave Cnnter...........::.. J.2'! p.m The' traveling iiiiblU; use offi-rt l the ad- Through hills. of Laid, lug

,::/ii case was decidedly a dark one. and and Friday. Arrive Live Oak..,.,.... 1.10 p.m. ,[ DlitKirf: : ,
: \ :" -.perhaps I should have thought the same. I AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., i Ix-ave Uve Oak........... :!.JO pjtn. vantages ANY ( a UXJWJ'fIfOU'r Iy MALLORY'H LINK of Steamer to all
CHANGKS. Viincctic.ns nuule at
.' ,J,"lam the -- toint the Ht
\ only more grateful to those who didi on Mary's.Clone .
.' : believe in me, and who did their best to With Steamer Miller to ami from l'cnsa co.la IA8ve JlOtJlltOU...:..= ;: % Ft-rnandina with all Ktcainlxmb. for all

'*help me." on Monday and Friday. J.eave"elLom............. :3.00 p.m. points on the !St. JohnV, k-klawaha, and CUllie(11011

-r. Millicent Tranton and her mother went With Steamer Clinton and JOIH for IiTlre Lake;City... :3.4.5p.in.i Indian lUvcrs, uml with the 'I'ntnslttall..

away from A 'hdale and lived in strictest New Orleans on Friday ; from New Orleans :;::::== =.=-:-=-o0011lro --===--- --. :;: road at Fernandinu for all railroad stations mode with tho New York (.'harh.on and
r seclusion (or more than eighteen months.Millicent on Saturday ; from Havana and Key West, E.\IIT-tiT. MtEKM. IVINIO5r.. and Gulf purls in Florida Savuunah Steamer.
on Friday; for Key Went and Havana on
was the heir of all her father'swealth. ,
It only remains to add that after Sat urlay. (Tut IH"ll", Thurnlaytan'l fititunlnyt.) }'JtfIUIITXU: J'.U )nxltn: : RATKHAH : GOOD ..fcCOMMODATION.Sfor .

that time there wa a wedding, and thatlshdale With Florida .t Havana Mail Steniimbip Leave St. Marks. a.m. .\ IjT\VHiri UY 1NDIKKUT: LINE!
has Mru-oheen Company' Steamer for Key West and Tarnpa lAsateVakulla.....V2J5H a.m.
Lodge bright with a Passenger Kxcuri: loi lU and Tourist
:true lore ('rt'lt'nl'e. on Monday and Thurwlay. Arrive Tallaliaww............ 1.40I'JU. >r rThrough Rates ami llilU of 1.adi.Jlg will\ Hud thin a very attractive> > trip us the

With :Steamer F.MttriirUt fur i oinU on the to all |H>iuU. scenery u grand, and alligators ami othei
Su A-annee. lUver, on ThunMlay at U CONNECTIONS.: ,
a. m. For lu'wage or further Information, apply game are abundant :.4
For Sale. For information respecting a routes, rate, Both Ilixt 1n.Went bound train meet at to Jiff Either: of the above Fteamentcan L*

.\ Family Carriage, in jt-rfei-t running or- etc., apply) to' Live Ouk and conneit with 2:':; train on Savannah It. W. FOUTIIWICkAgent' : chartered) for excursion Ittarth.'Ifatpu1IJnlO.
.\. O. MuIXNiLU Florida k We.'U-ru Railroad for Fcrnandina.C. For further information to
four. Ha< been I but little used. apply( :.
d\"r. and
Agent. Savannah and .\lhuny\ JJ.J.UJUeo.' ., .t. II. NOYES>Afiit.25v2I2v3 .
Apply t'I'. 11. C. Pc-avia:. D K.MtXMEtL.Gcn'IHuj.t. 21 1'n' tcngcr. for ('leutt j'I"l"ruc ItlverIkuts l'iu.V: l-Vt lilvw. New York H-H I FrniandJna, Fla





t 1 S 'flIB h.'LOII l lA MIRROR ,: A1JG US'J1 1 1.1: ,

x;,.'.,. .. .__ "_._.._._ ___. _ ---------..------ .. -- - --- -' -' ---.- -- -- -- -.-.....--. ..- .-- --.- __ __. ___________h .._. -

I'' [ + FLOlUDAMlKUOK.8ATUIWAY .l lf with the Savannah, Florida: Western will OYSTK11 PLAX TIX';;. right, and shall! fail to utilize tIle same 51:1r' t.nE.

L very likely accomplish whatever they may The attention of oystermen and planting oysters therein within one year -
}) ; ,
f .- --- =-- -=:---- :::-"-== shall
::: = = : forfeit such grant.
) finally decide upon on these lines, especially ists! IlItcrell'lf in the planting and THE USIVKB.SITY OF THE SOUTH.SEWASEE ( ,
'I t t AiHuss lust. .
a ( ': 3. Any person who shall unlawfully,

j :, :, to the west _____ tion of oysters! in the Chesapeake: permission of the owner take up/ August 8.1881.

t Tin: InN or ISLMIOKATION where is called) to the following and carry away by any means, or in The University of tho South is located at;

CO U1T1'FI AX'CIALStiTEJICX'TS. prominent citizen of Cedar l\e manner shall' catch, Interfere with or I Sewancc-not uwan'c. The name henIs
columnsto the oysters of another now or here-
We have before adverted in these
source of supply In the oyster "lI i traced to the Shawnee tribe of Indians
The value of immigration to a new conn- lawfully ]planted upon the bed of any ,
of the
and publication
i try is admitted by nil. The wide<< scope of the importance necessity becoming a question of serious bayous rivers! bays! sound, or other who once occupied Tennessee. The nanny

uncultivated until demand for utiliMtion of the county I receipts and disburse, Already the oysters of Cedar Key (' within the jurisdiction. of this State, of SU"lneeg to the \'erof that name
ments. Our counties: arc, many of them, their into the. markets of the be deemed guilty of larceny, and upon
way in Florida is probably derived from
; the
of them arises is purely dead capita ;
In debt have !been obtained \ shall he punished I by imprison
,1' I to ft State ; yielding is true, some! small dan the multiplication perfection in the county jail not more than. three same source, as these Shawnee Indians at

.J, taxation but otherwise valuelessto against! some of them in the United delicious bivalve will be of great less!! than one month one time it is believed, occupied that part
y measure ,
I States courts, and the courts have directed! alike to the parties engaging in the '. 4. It shallhe} the duty of all )persons of Florida. Some have
than valueless to the persons attempted
and *
;;f J the State worse provided, above in this
: these judgments to 1 be paid IIy mandamus! oysters, as!
: ,);" : owner. and the State Recognizing the to mark the boundaries and limits of to trace the name to San Juauee,_as a diminutive } "

\ One thing, however, seems to be forgotten, the county commissioners: !l in a recent instance of this! subject, Senator '\'. N. beds. : of oysters so planted by them by from! the San Juan the larger

t I and that is that occupation( cannot be amounting to six mills! above! the regular Nassau, introduced at the last session ('! or buoy's:! as! may he prescribed! by the river, but there seems to be no foundation

tax for county purposes! making, / the which. commissioners:' at intervals of not
j., : forced. The largo landholder is held, by: tax of that county about two /and one-third<<1 legislature a bill, was than fifty yard. apart, clearly: defining I for such a theory
to be passed and became a law for the (' limits of their claim, said stakes This place is the outgrowth, of the establishment .
I : some !short-sighted people, a personto and it is to be. noted that in the buoys:!
i :7 i be taxed, to, bo worried and disgusted( out percent. ; : ment of planting of oysters, which to obstruct or interfere with the naviga I )j of the university here. Shortlybefore
Is slow of sale
county referred to real estate lisped. in full with. the. letter No of anv of the novitahle"lItcrs of this! tho war Bishop Polk and
\ '<; of his land, when unless there is u demand several 1
and commands but low prices! -a natural (', atyl f to keep such stakes or buoys
f, Florida i is!! so well adapted for the '1111 other the
hand : ( bishops! Episcopal Church in
for the lands change
/ : they can only : of debt and taxation./ and in good order and repair, oth
: i without changing or promoting their aye consequence of the oyster as!! the section '! no )penalty shall he incurred, or right the :Southern States; inaugurated a movement .

f"'"'I';,;'> The men who really discourage I immigrationare t We have/ before us in the m1acun Tilegr//i>hn the Jflrror'i correspondent : under the provisions of this act for the establishment of a universityof !!

J /':';' the people who, when the demand 1 / full and complete statement the receiptsand CF.IMU KEY, August S, \ person or persons who wilfully removes, the highest class in the South, which resulted
funds to be removed of such stakes
disbursements of Ribb county : roses! any
.r: ; comes, ask three prices, for their land and containing The oyster! trade is now large, and 'I', without the consent! of the person in the selection of this location for
from to July J. nn
,I '/ Improvements Few large landholders will January and increasing: and the sources! of has lawfully placed them in position, such n university and the acquisition) of a

,,' forego the opportunity' of sale when the opportunity itemized exhibit of every dollar received !becoming n matter of great ilO)> be deemed, guilty' of n misdemeanor:;( : body of ten thousand acres of land and a
expended' with. the .date of each item received on conviction thereof !shall pay a, f fine
occurs at fair prices.The dealers, and I would. like to call fund of half a million of dollars. The war
[ \ and expended., The! receipts aggregate greater than one hundred<< dollars nor
i.: worth of immigration, after all, must $ : disbursements are cla......i- tine to Cedar Key. It is well than twenty-five dollars, or he impris put a stop to the enterprise and at its close!l

l \ depend upon the character of the immi 2i,3ll.13.'flue who have been on our coast that in the CO\ ,ill y' jail for a period. of not the land only remained. Unwilling to

grant. It requires no argument, to show Pied 1 as follows : 1st. general expenses-under: ral oyster bars accessible to this than thirty days. abandon so noble a scheme of education, of
this head! comes pay of county commissioncrs 5. That the )provisions'; of this act shall
that an importation of the lax/nroni of election coroner's i inquest".etc. an extent of bottom of !seventy< no exclusive right or privilege to any which the want was felt to be still greater
Naples!' the scum of London or ParK!l would expenses length and six miles in width. On or plant oysters in front a few of its surviving, trustees, of whom the f
2d. hospital' account :3d., road account ; lilt rerSnll owner\
; land
) not only not bo an acquisition to a new and shore places the oysters are ) by any person front writer was one, made a successful effort to
bridge account ; 5th. pauper' account ; Oth. on of the waters of this :State with
country but would bb serious Injury, by for Immediate use, but will grow tincl any revive the project, and in 1808 opened a
court-house account 7th. jail account ; Nth. the consent! of the owner of said land ;
'.: bringing in idle consumer and not industrious ; and planted in the channels and. gaps, the exclusive privilege conferred by the school here. Without capital, without endowment
fines and forfeiture account !tth.
I. producers. ; innumerable. The oysters are of this act shall not extend beyond and tinder very great discouragements .
account. This! is!' precisely what is:
1 jurors abundant but large and of fine date of purchase or entry and occupation the has and .
It is said that the very large immigration very university grown up established
needed in FloridaUnder our present' system .> land in front of which any.sucn! oys
1 now going on from European countries Is the county commissioners! are appointed perhaps! jiot surpassed in this: respect may have been located. : a very high character for morals

made up to a considerable extent of the !better their seldom in the country. Cedar Key has but : 0. No oyster bed so located, in accord discipline and scholarship. It now consistsof

; class of laborers and mechanics, who by the Governor, proceedings arc perienced oystermen and nine- with the provisions of this t\et. shall a grammar school, where: the ordinary
\ published, the financial exhibit] rarely, 'tHlmorc than one-eighth of a mile along
i have energy enough to desire! more free, those engaged, in this business arc academic studies are pursued! a university
t if ever, made public Much of the well- bank or shore of any waters bayous, riv
t, ; a more profitable and a more independent<< grounded complaint of high taxation is intensified entirely unacquainted with it, and sounds, in front of the public or un where the higher course of study is con

'field of labor. The heavy taxes imposed latently inferior oysters arc often lands: of this State. tinued, and a theological department, devoted .

upon the ticrman people to maintain their by the want of information/ to market. A number of persons 7. That all the existing natural or to theological studies only. Departments .
1 how the public money is expended. The oyster beds. in the waters of this
I war establishment] the personal military State officials furnish this information in work, and familiar with the business! are exempt from the provisions of this of law and medicine will be added in

\ service required, the limited sphere in be able to find an abundance of o and that they remain for the free use of due time. Up to this time it has matriculated
extenso, and we have given us the smallest t
I? "which their desire to improve their condition very fine quality on the natural citizens of this State. about twelve hundred students remarkable -
i J Item. Our county officers should he required
j can be developed} and the iron hand of could: sell them readily in Cedar Key January 29, 1881. success under the circumstances.
1 to do the same under penalty. Strict accountability
,government, which I is felt in the pettiest! and clear and full financial isfactory prices, or ship them to It is peculiar nnd unique institution in
y details of life, incite this thoughtful people kets. After the oyster season : Telegraph says : many respects: Its location, originally
at Intervals I
statements sufllclently frequent sifts the dreams of
to leave behind) them their fatherland and passed these persons! could find gorgeous made absolutely in the woods, was made to
should be demanded. 'fancy like sober experience.
J seek the freedom of action which America employment in planting ovstcrs. in 1835! : ,borrowed and distributed secure protection from tho evils attendant "

Duels POLITICAL NOTES. I Cedar Key is, as most persons millions of the Dutch and never re upon} proximity to towns and cities. It has

it The question 'Sometimes!:! timorously I I an island four miles from tho (', from t the shock and the Dutch a domain nine miles in length and two to
saw one guilder of their money again.
,1 asked whether this, I immigration, if Increasedin The Mississippi' Democratic State)
: volume, will not have a tendency to Kuropcanizo on the Glh inst., nominated icnerul about six miles, are marshes and IolI. Florida conveys never a very borrowed or absolute! ownership and control. Ry a law

I America instead "of Americaning island The channels running of the State of Tennessee the sale of intoxicating
/- Robert Lower)', Rankin:/ county, for governor seven millions! of the Dutch in

the J\'WIOl1leri'l; on the 30th ballot these arc generally deep enough for or any other time. The item probably liquors' is prohibited within four

i The tendency seems!, however, to be towards ing! oysters, and the owners of miles of any incorporated institution of
The election in North Carolina resulted in to the $1,000,000 of bonds illegally put
: tho broadest interpretation of liberty offer as favorable terms to persons learning. An excellent law wo hope to see
a disastrous! defeat of the Prohibition ticket market by Swepson: and Littleficld,
and to the form of government which engage in time business as can be adopted in Florida. It will thus bo seen
The negroes voted CH mnite against it and tho SuprellCourt of Florida, has
l should be the furthest removed from that These channvcls\may, .t !1? bo readily ,' that this institution!! is so situated as to
Democratic)) ,vote was divided l : not to be to any amount binding on
they havcleft' \ ; behind. The danger, indeed, boats of a few feet draft ; and the rxdu.'e guard well the morals of its students. As i
The United States courts how
r (011.1I11r'w ,
White United
is to a red.mollt1lC'd, democracy, in which States .Min[ oyster bars from which to procure a to health, its situation on the plateau of the
held that tho Jacksonville Pcnsacola
aster at Berlin has tendered ,
his ,
the tyranny of the monarch shall become positively for ,planting, maybe found at n (' Cumberland mountains, 2,000 feet above the
ilo Railroad liable for the bonds
take'clli.'d o was : ,
the tyranny of the majority' of hands directed resignation! to August 15th. The distance from any point that might : sea, requires nothing more to be said. Unlike
railroa.lli5 miles in length and in full
( by lenders like Kearney. secretary of the legation will act as! ctiarycfuffnire lected. Resides this locution for other colleges, it has its vacation in the
has been turned over to the bond
The time indeed may come when the oppression ( / until :Mr. White's successor i is ap there are hundreds as good to be winter, its school sessions running from the
subject only to the just lien of the
: of monopoly will call out revolutionary pointed.' tween Crystal! river and Horse Shoe, middle of March to the middle of December.Its .
to the Issue of about $500,000.( It can
and socialist movements destructive Tho Virginia Democratic State Convention I mention the points between this charges are much ]less than Northern colleges .
bo said, therefore, that "the Dutch
to our form of government. which convened in Richmond: on the and the mainland only because it or other Institutions of its class at the
t saw one guilder of their again
+, It would not' bo desirable to have this third Instant, nominated ] (011. John "', facilities! fir planting nearer to the money South. It has built up 1town of
(\, has now no railroad debt not pro. t
1 foreign clement ]largely In the ascendancy i Daniel, of I.ynchburg, for governor.! The and the railroad. upwards of a thousand inhabitants
I for, and its State debt held outside of
in any of our states An [Ireland America platform adopted pledges' the )party to the A few persons within two years around it and has excellent railway
treasury: Is but half a million dollars,
st i or a Germany in America, would be a }payment of the honest obligations of the planting on a !small scale, and the ( under our present constitution and facilities, furnishing three daily trains

misfortune. Held hitherto by the strong! state' thus repudiatlugrepudialion.. the experiment was! complete ; but no railroad debt can be contracted by The climate Is everything that could be

1 ;V restraints of power, when these restraints The New York herald/ always !speculative' knew nothing about the business, wished!: -its summer temperature not much

t are no longer felt the foreigner, nnaccustonged but never very conclusive: says : U is no tho natural bars afford. an unfailing tat _______________ above that of I Iritliin the winter and the

to that obedience: to law which the secret t that the Republican managers of every they thought it U .waste! of labor to tl. CONVENTION location abounding in springs of free stone

.a n i tiiitlvc-bonx American/\ has: grown up to support complexion' regard the chances of electing it to any extent. They have not t Is! but ono way to obtain largely) and chalybeate water of icy coldness: It is

} and respect. is apt to measure his respect their general ticket next November as desperate enough planted oysters to market\ to and permanent reduction of the a most unmountain-like looking mountain
!!:! \ carrying on the '-
; for law by the power which it holds and attach importance' to the coming dealers to make a distinction, and of expense tho small and poor State go\of country. It has no peaks or bare rock, but

; far! its execution. This power seems! to him state convention mainly Ithe arena of a quently have not ]learned that tho It has been run for thirteen'years a gently undulating wooded plain covered

t to Ho nowhere except in the armed hand of combat for the choice of a new state com in the size of the oyster, as well as upwards: 'on''n scale! of extravagance, with forest trees of large ...iz<,. This", mountain

the general government, !and that seems dis- mittee. A majority the }present committee erally improved condition, would the legislature duty that body was,bound with a to supercili correct plateau is becoming a great resort for

tint and slow to act, are friends of Mr( Conkling, and! time ample compensation for their labor : has biennially left without summer visitors and bills fair to be the summer -

? \Vo have already among us'" a large laboring halt' breeds desire to complete their triumphover Within the seventy miles alluded t. homo of tens!:! of thousands of time peopleof

: class bulled to this! climate ami the Jirt[ Conkling by securing the controlof large rivers empty into the Gulf, viz : legislature is, wholly responsible for tho Gulf, States The special interest here
f ':! going on everywhere, looking
f j ,' country, \Vu cannot expect: to replace the the state committee." tal river, Withlacooche"neml1l'sa convoking of a State convention as: at present Is the commencement exercise"

colored. race with the laborer from :Southern The President's, condition havingcoascd to Suwanee ; and some of the natural only recourse for securing the needful of which I will speak in another letter. .

I'uropo: who. as: wo well know, would not cause( nun.h anxiety, speeulations.havo' been bars are very large. I anv informed i in the constitution Rather than [,'.
them at all the will
t IMJ content to accept the afford at least! ten acres : tax-payers
wages we can renewal as to the outcome of the war between one covering to the heavy and unjustifiable ex SCHOLARSHIPS

a to pay for field labor, who could not t the factions, which was at a white heat miles of Cedar) Key, that has ne\'<' attending such a eOI\\lItion-ulljus. 91'JHllOVY OFFICE

afford to live as time field hand lives or subject when the act of iuiteau brought suddin] touched, and those farther our, of (', because of the abandonment of this: or
himself tho necessary exposure! amid and! complete suspension: of the contest will never !ba: worked until the bars interest of.the people by their l'I'lmlsnSDEST: OF PUBLIC I ;THCCTlOJt,
t. to en tat I req. TAI.LAIUSSEE, FLA., August 9, 1**1.
hards-hips of the summer season. The class three or four miles of our town fail
the disadvantage of the ,
stalwarts. For sumo :; \ very judicious amendments" to tho Six Peabody scholarships allowed this
of European immigrants wo want is", the inc weeks it Wla debatable question which nish: oysters of good size. Then tituti)11 were offered by earnest and State in the Nashville are

c telllgcnt middle class, with some education side would control the are between the outside] reef and the t men in the last senate and assembly ; University for the ensuing

: and/ some menus: with which to begin life element of government.: The new land, with a depth of water of from were presented by dCbi ningdelll. two years. Thirty days from the date
pyeuila : of the fact
one for tho purpose of provoking such of this notice a competitive examination of
of. aril establish homes! school, churches and eight feet at low water. There is would effect the
ors. \'il'o.'r.IIIl'lItrthllr has been twice as defeat of all those who, desire to avail themselves of the

',t.:, suniety.Till. __________ ___ railed to the "'hitl! J House[ to bo in readiness dom sea enough to prevent boats: of :! of relief. That they should leave. advantage: of this institution! will be held.

: ; ; SOUTHKUX. to take the oath, but beseems now to bo feet in length; pav-ing, safely over their point against the known wishes Parties who purpose competing for the places
ItAlLKOAItJWVKMKXT people, is too palpable evidence of will forward their applications to this office
likely to remain a figurehead: Jllly, amid with waters.Kvery reliableness of the legislature to without delay. The following are the condition.

T ;: Last week we published the statement of the Ides of November tho political !strife will : facility: for discharging: } any true man to put confidence in .. on which these scholarships are
by rail is afforded fidelity to tho whole State's most awarded
take oysters press :
the Atlanta shape' at the poll' in Mr.[ Conkling'sempire.
l'tlrrl'J\tl1t1lIt! of the Now York
dar Key by th 'rnlll' l1.t company. Magnified by his little brief au Applicants must have the unqualified recommendation
I", lleruld regarding the great railroad !yndiojuw ______________ at the .. ) the average representative is too full of the State Superintendent::! of
all sizes'' can: safely lie places
which, within the l pa>t year, have been J.'LOIUlJt'S COTTOX riSOl\ ", imagined importance to attend to the I'ubljc Instruction ; pass, with an examiner
them, and work in all sorts: of his constituents selected him to JHT- appointed by him for the
formed to purpose, a good
control) and
extend the
Southern The report of the Committee on forma. for them, Generally: his
y the oysters can be packed in a house speaking, con- examination for a graduate of a first-class:
f' lilies! of rinWU)'. These syndicates'" aggregate ion and Statistics of tho Savannah: : Cotton the wharf villain a few foot of the occupy but little of his thought, I high fcchool ; be accepted bv President

.1 the enormous! sum of$&*,OO ,OllO, not counting Exchange: gives the following statement in the !' their wants much I less of his conscienti Stearns; and promise to teach 'at I least two
on cars. <
t the Jay ould; Pacific, Texan and Mex- regard) to the condition of the Florida cotton \' repeatedly abandoned their con half ears"c".l's, If they trial have reasonable opportunity} If, upon arenot a

Iran prnjextfirs :U. for the month of l'1IMER 3.5)3.An : : the expectations
crop July people withdraw confidence met, tho scholarship will be discontinued. -
addition to these larger schemes we The! weather in July ha boon favorable, Act tn eueourtgethe Planting the members of the legislature, and The longest: j>erii>d for which it will
> in the Waters of this State, and to ln forced to confide the work of reform-
have our own l ':>II ul'olAtlantio: uudtiuumthern'Tropical except in a few instances, where it Is said to given to any pupil) is two years.
the Rights of Owners thereof. extravagant: government through or The studies on which candidates will be
now building which will tavo been too dry. The average of advices! The l'r"iJe of the Mate of FM, processes to delegates chosen for a examined are as follows)) ; Spelling, Heading,

s' cover SCO miles, and other projects: not intake it equally as good as last: '('ar,uud the tenlfi t 1/1 .Snwt' and .Jueub !I. d-t twirl convention! and charged with this: im- Penmanship, Grammar and Analysis, Rhetoric.

yet actually begun, but probably bo plant: I Is: blooming, forming and boiling well. Iowa: SBITIOV 1, Any person ('! ) duty alone. Geography, civil and physical, Arithmetic
OV-NTS, ht the public' ) waters; have vituperative word to fling at
curried oat, of 2oO mile 'morl', giving to The condition of the i is plant Algebra, immwk-keeping, Physiology.!
crop retried good hull constitution.
to limo H is better
state apply count4 : vastly United States
riurida as! her share: In the boom 500( mile mil,) the prospect seerau to bo ahtuit (lie same ers of the '..anh' in which the water we had reason to fear would be riveted ology. No articular History, and textbooks Elements: of Ge-

i of.new railway In addition to this", we have as )hv-t year.I'iuking ated setting forth hidetermination eople i in 1W. )Rut it
the! w.gadou ami enterprising managers uf of uplands will be general by the oysters in a certain locality, tlc1< I that is: extremely detrimental to Persons, either male or female, not under
xuitia as near us maybe possible;; citizen to i>ermit it to longer remain
MX teen
Savannah Florida A nor
: Western, which 15th in.-t., and of tea Wand: by the 1st uf said cunnuisiinners max grunt I insupportable incubus on his: recog apply aver thirty years of age iiiav

4t4fcf: tilrmdy\ built the Waycrosi: road, now Sl'J.teIllLOt'r.f'utl'rl.iIIal'll. rights to kitcli\ person' for such I rigbtsund; interests.", The,|eople will T,vo (hundred dollars allowed))

'rejecting extension's into West Florida and are not al'l'rl'fll'II'I.t, :and in any portion thereof with snub \'uhUltlrihttt'tol'Uill'tt bit from year to each holder of a schola'n.hip a'euf are, to defray :

( ;![lobllealldvll; Rowland's) i11utr'to Char. fact, there 1 U a marked) absence of the com* as they mav. .deem) 1Il'tllcr.| I They will no longer Submit to it, the nl"| I1. of board, fuel etc, No tuition
;: u% :: Any 1t1'liO'obtn lliug ( they mean' to ttiiiii>d 1 compliance' with i is charged. .
"irorl '. True K.
jot! >o energetic. men connected plaints usual at (this", I period...-.a*. > munty conmiUsibnent such grant or sovereign wllI-. ,.,('/au.. ",....,,'. ::uhmariutttmt I\.oL l'ubJic.'n..tnlctiuu.' FO.TEK. .


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Hurl Rnsiu4'ss Curds ii. ) '

Till: troUXIJCI vmsntKST.V $25 to $50; PER: DAY .-. -Itcul---INlulo.Till1. ----- -_ _- 1'rnlcssiouul--- --.--,- ----------. ---- ;[ FLORIDA f

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\0\IN GNlER THK: K1'\ln-\! (lTJIIn JXCt" tO\ _,1A>; KASHA 1 ill: [r.\un by ming the DEALER: IN

MADE tJI THE rRKSll'EXT'S' PtTF.During celebrated X IMPKOVKMKNT! : (I'OMl'ANY.IVriiaiiiliua Gl.rm.T.: COMMISSION': MKUCHANT,
Saturday and the early part of this: : 1'irte' 1'nrlttly Groceries
CKNTHK Hr., NF.\n 11. 11. DitFlillNANDINA ,
week President Oarfield periodically\ experienced --

a rise of temperature indicating another VJ: : CTOR.: FLA.iiuy AND

obstruction to the (low of pu and it \ PROVISIONS.
It. 1C. Mm 'orn: OalN.,
to make further TOUIIH on .
became open
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ing to facilitate its escape. Taking advantage And Cedar JC','. ".\JII.S NcGIFEIN,
of the improved condition of the M.V< IMM.KV.: rely getting CIIOICKGOODS
he etherized \ 01' () It AND IlUIhDHll, Customers ran. upon .
President on Monday morning, was -- CN1'lL,
and the operation performed by Dr) : alNOTlllNO
Agnew. The following is the Associated: In any part of the country, Wo mean it, Offl-rMto lessees and l'urdHl'N a large Alll'1l11ltn'ct, hl'tWl'I'11',0I1l1 I\IlIl1'hltll,

Press' account of it: and are prepareil to demonstrate the fact. number of the most eligible\ and desirable FKUNANDINA, FLA.
WASHINGTON, July: 8,1 J p. m.-The necessity Lots suitable for Huslncss Purposes, or for BUT THK:' FINEST BRANDS:::
They arc operated by cither Man, Horse or ,
for the operation; which wa performedupon Suburban lle"iilcnccs, Orders and estimates!' from distance! carefully
the President this morning, became Steam Power, and bore very rapid. They City or attended to. 2-r-tfc

to the surgeons yesterday! when TO 41 .. -.. -. -,-- in stock
apparent range in size from! THKKK INCH UPON KASY TKHM: :*, -- arc kept.} ,
they found that a drainage tube of the size o. s. OVKIS: -
FEET: DIAMF.TF.H: and will bore to ----
hitherto used could no longer be passed Values allowed\ to
Liberal Discounts on FKIIM)
the track of the ball between the ribs. 1ONTlACTOPv
along parties engaged in manufacturing\ or \industrial ]! AND BUILDKll
of at that had !
The granulation point
gone process on so far as to partially close<< t the oii- ANY ii: nr.i'Tii enterprises, who will erect on the property ;' T>AKKKS AND CONFECTIONERS,
; substantial improvementsfor'residence Nlr.H'Tt'm:
lice, and the ribs prevented pushing aside' of purchased in which to conduct their
the flesh, which was healing between them or MOULDINGS' (HUACKKTS) SAWHD ANTUUNKO ) CHOICKttroeerleN
and satisfactorily :
will bore successfully
enough so that the tube could be introduced.
: Tobuceow.
The result of this state of things was that in all kinds of K.irth:: Soft Sand and term fromtllxlltioil 1JAI1.S WOOD) KAVKH-: i CI"nrN'nlul
of STAlll
for ,
: ::: I by exemption\ n ) years
pus formed in the deeper} parts! of the wound Limestone! Itittuninous Stone Coal, Slate, ( offered I by the several cities and '1'1:01': <11IHlIiTlIIXO: : TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.
rather faster than it could escape: \ through the
half obstructed opening between the ribs, Hard]( Pan Gravel, Lava Builders' Serpentine towns. Apply at WKATHiUIHAUDINO : -

and its gradual aceunnlatimlbegan to cause: and Conglomerate Hock, and guaranteed ri i-OI1l1'1' carp 1 leach it: 7th !-t..? Vcrnandina. I ,\M:15(1.((FLOOUStair Weddings, Entertainments: and Picnics! ,

disturbance.] It was, therefore, decided to to make the very best! of Wells in Quick Ili-t f u .______ furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-bot
woke new opening into the track of the inconstiuctioii Clim-Hi Work tom prices,
Sand. light-running, simple HIM
\ They are : Fi.omoA
ball below the a<,t rib, so' that the rib-: should BAKERY.,
no longer prevent the keeping open of the easily operated, durable, and A SPECIALTY.: Centre Street,
wound by the solid hacking which they afforded acknowledged as the best and most \practical U AND IMMIGRATION' COM PA'Y 23: Opp. old P. O. Building.

tp the granulating flesh between them.. :Machine extant. They are endorsed by some L'\ 1 DOORS!: .AND] WINDOW FUAMF.SOF :: '

f The operation was performed at the requestof of the State Ot1l\' al'c contract OFFF.RS S1 11'S 1'AltI.OIC KiSTAIKA! .
the other surgeons by Dr.) Agncw. \I highest ALL} :SlKS.Post 1 : : .
soon as the patient had been put under the fur prospecting i fur 000.000'I'C'! : Office tae 171.
influence of ether a long and slightly curved jan Fcrnandimi, Fla.U. Between .Centre and Alacliun

instrument was introduced into the wound COAL, <:GOLD SILVF.I:( !, (COAL OIL, Of the most ----.- .- --..- -. _--
between the ribs and carried downward ,
pushed '
along the track of the bullet until its AM> An. KIMH! OF Mi.sF.itu: ACCKSSIULK::: AND DliSlllAllLIO:::! I(. ItAUlCNIUUT.
end could be felt below the last rib fI'lIl1the AUKXT, recently.moved and fitted .tip
outside. ANo: for sinking Artesian: Wells and Coal I.ANHS IN TUKSTATK WIIOMWAF.E: AND RETAIL ( 1t )OMS, I am prepared
Holding this instrument in the wound as We also furnish : lloil-! DKALKR) to furnish meals at all hours, gotten'Ul in
Shafts: etc. F.ngines, FLORIDA AND STOCK : : ,
guide, Dr. Agnew then made a counter incision ]: OF BUTCH the best! st 'I(1anlt ut
ers, Wind-Mills, Hydraulic Hall1"l HlIr e- ANinDealer
below the twelfth rib cutting directly
through the integument until his! knife met PnwersBuck Machines, Mining Tool*, Portable .\t only $1.25: per acre to new settlers, with In lee.TKXNKSHKK ;: r EXTREMELY: : LOW 'P1tICF8.-6y

the end of the first mentioned instrumentat Forges, Itoc klrllt'. and Machinery of the privilege\ of selection in parcels of 40 : : HKKF: Hl'i.eIArrVIlhtOU :
the point where he wished to intersect the all kinds. acres or more. These lands arc located on I guarantee to.unit tho taste of the most,,
1 HTlU.IT'II.In: : >, fastidious A trial is all I ask.
( epicure.
track of the ball. The operation was not a }
difficult) or dangerous one, and the patient ;;t-Gual active .\ I'ut"'ulltl'll in every and adjacent to the l line of the( 10-tf FKIIXAND1XA:( : ..\. To: SIM COOKE.

bore both it and the etherization extremelywell. country in the world. .\TI.TWlH.l.: / AND! niT:: INDIA -- -. --.- _._ -'-- --
There is now an opening to the deeper AddressMSTEKX
parts: of the wound which docs not pass TRANSIT:! CO.'S 1 R.: It.: : '

between the ribs, and which can always be \ : : flIACIIMERY: SU'I'fDEIIOT.\ = _: IMPORTANT NOTICE I
kept free and unobstructed, and no further extending from FKUNANDINA: on (he At- .
511 Walnut Street!
trouble from the accumulation of pus is an- :: lantic, to OKDAR: Kl':Y. on the Gulf ('oastl

ticipated. Since::! the operation the President SAINT LOUIS, :MISSOURI, U.S.A. thus alibi-ding to the producer cheap, constant
has rested quietly and is now asleep. His State in what, Paper you saw this the best J. & T. KYDfl
and transportation .
pulse at this hour is 100, and he has neither .. rapid
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7 p, in.-The President suffered somewhat The belt of country traversed, by the Trail- Are receiving immense additions to their already largo stock of
for a time from nausea! duo to the ether, but
nit Il. embraces
this has now subsided. He has had several R. '
refreshing naps and his general condition i is SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
even better than might have been expected 1'mW'AHn'l'Y: : OF)\ SOIL( ,

after the ethcri/ation and the operation. At ...
noon his pulse was 101, temperature 100.2, to be (found in the Slate, u large proportion Men's i and :youth's Clothing-,
UO. At his i is
respiration present pulse: 108
being ll'l.'uliarlyatluptetl to (ho culture ofSENI.TImnrtcA1.
temperature 10l.ll respiration 19. Under FROM LOW-PRICKD: TO FINK OOODq.
the circumstances the fever must be regardedas This space fm Jo'ltUlTI'Ial1tt llarly.:: Vegetables,

moderate. and The Liiryc, Compart Jtodlcs of Timber
A. II. \ovis: IMtKSS OOIS-A full and complete( stock,, con. IMtlng of HUAlMKIl: 'SILKS,
Since the last
operation lands E\-
was performed make these worthy of UARKFUL f
], the President !has been doing as A'MINATIOX manufjj'dlJLirers' of LVMIIKK ALIr-WOOL LACK: HUNTINGS, LAWNS, LINEN' LAWNS, :JJAlltiGkS:: aiid (GKKNA--.

well as! could bo expected and is gradually (:ror<'r .mid Ship t'hiindlor: I, by DINKS I SWISSKS:: 'TARLKTANS VICTORIA and PKIISIAN I LAWNS .at Ion.price*.
improving. AXO I II I Murrain. In Summer! Silks-from Fifty Cents upwards. '

DH. AONKW'H" : orixio.v OF THE I'UIMDENT'H. 1'1'.RNANI)11'L.1.: ) .
woo u. HIHTLKIWPurcluising : : : Gents' Fine Furnishing Goods a Specialty

Dr. Agnew's opinions of the President's

wound, as we find them reported in the land from this. company arc furnished Our Improved J Dollar Shirt Is the befit, unsurpassed in lit and quality.

Philadelphia'I'inacs interest. Examination, are of general: has and lie professional ',' ',j'>'- ; with entire free jMunnye on hit Trail- Itleuebed and llrouii Cottons at Wholcnalo Prices. Fruit of Loom ut

resulted in "showing that the wound is says of afar hit Railroad for family and regional effects 10 cents ; 0.1 Shee(1tigs, 2:5 'ClitH.<<

less serious nature than was for a long to the station nearest the land purchased.<< A case of splendid Sluiulurd I'rliitw" ut 0, cents per yard.j7 ,

A definitely ascertained;" and that further the,cavities"it has of been the TITLE COMl'LETK: :, being derived I by dWe are Agents for iVMX .t (-'()., ll'I\l1in/Olothieni/ New York 'City.

chest and abdomen<< were not entered:;" and ,_ __'_h. .. ___ _____ grunt from the United States ClllIll'lIl'l'has'c I .Spring Samples: : now ready; :L1M) tylci'I--ixty of them( from $IS: to.$25: per 'lilt." .
still further the Peritoneal membrane was from (he State( of Florida.COItRKSPOXDKXCIJ, Fit guaranteed.ri"A ,
not pierced, nor was the liver torn" llr.Ag- /: visit
to our establishment will cunvineo'you.'' ., that while do.
new !holds that the precise location of the : ::;( ; SOLICITED.Descriptive ) ( ). .wo not sell
,ball is just inside the crest of the ilium-at inferior Goods, wo era time (:lieapet Dry' Goods house, :from :Maine to

the upper limit therefore of the iliac fo: sa- ) : :MMS and iitriri.vus!", mailed! on Florida. _

and buried in the fibres of the muscle!: there- application.' T. c&3 T. X .'YD: .:]D '
cither the psoas inagnus muscle or thoijuad- (CIIAS.: \\ LFAV1S New ,
rat us lumborum muscle.. As coming: from a 1 Lmd Commis.sioiier.Office : York Office 83\; Walker Street \|1 17-If I'f N.i. :. Cor. Centre mid! Third Stn.,
capable surgeon who has had abundant Fenuindlna. Flu,
time to study the (case these opinions arc cor. Bend and Seventh Ht.s.
certainly beyond: dispute.: Hut if these conclusions .
had been reached thirty days since --10tfJ. -- :W. A. SANE.ORN.
the whole line of treatment would<< have been II. P11KSCOTT.

different and Mr. Garfield would have been -.. '--- -- ._- 2 -..,---- ---.-. ..
at his case in some Northern home On July -- : -
5, three days after the President was shot.
we pointed out that the wound could I Style, Fit, ,.
not possibly be so bad as the surgeons risf. yj r .
alleged it to be, and gave reasons for ars a Comfort ', '
apawl ,_ .
the opinion that the abdominal cavity ';f .; '. .
had not been traversed by the ball On is txn : ; '
July 7th we showed why neither the liver 1;: Z WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ,
Is a compound of the virtues of sarsapariU Z
nor peritoneum hall probably been touched, Durability.
la, stilliriKla mandrake, yellow dock with D
and said that the President's danger
ho( iodide of potash and iron
was in an exaggerated and erroneousdiagnosis" blood-making, IJ1 vsl-leansing, amlrlife-sus.: I ', '
arid u consequently exaggerated!: taming cbraents. It is the purest, safest, A
and erroneous lino of treatment, and on and most iffeetual alterative medicine By Itail Steamer mUI
July 9 we showed.that the bullet had passed known or available t> Un pub'ic. The Bci Sail,
down behind the psoas niagnus muscle, and ences of medicine ani chemistry' have never O O
was lying imbedded] in the fibres of that produced so valuable a remedy nor one so :
muscle. Dr. Agnew sustains all these loiuts, 'hoteiit to cure all diseases resulting from '
though at some distance with regard to ,impure blood fS cures Scrofula and PQ '

time. Perhaps Dr. Agnew will now tell all scrofulous: 11 eases, Erysipelas: lint Int J,; largely, liU'rciiNtMl" my I A LARGE STOOK OF .' PQCO q qI t
16me! one why a strong man with wound Rose or 8t. Anti'ony' Fire, Pimples ,
that has not penetrated any great cavity, and Face-grubs. l"u8tnt s. lotches, stork of ..'oot.'n'.r. In both flue I I r -, .
nor injured any great blood vessel! nor Rolls, Tumors, letter Humors ;und iiKMllmii Z
touched any vital organ-with a mere flesh Salt Rheum Scalu.lia; i, RingwormUleers KrailN" I um <"u.< ,
wound (in the wall of the bnclv-ii now. Sores, ItheumatHm, MercurialDisease bloil to Itlnc'Iw..rf.. 'oiitoiuTN
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after thirty-seven day, no further advancedtoward nesses ,and Neuralgia Irregularities, fr'eniRla, Jaundice Weak, << uvr<< )' lur:;i- $4i.sDI'Int4'ttt of ,
than Mr. Garfield' is?

Xtw York recovery J/aultl. _._ .- Affections Emaciation,of and the len Liver?tm ,. Dyspepsia Debility. HoofM anil Shoes made tijho I ] FURNITURE [ I :
TISLIa'AN By its seanbicg and cleanstag qualities 11I0"t (.ollllt'.t and Hkillciljbo 00
it purges out the foul corruptions which ,, 1.ltf-.f' .
FKJIAM: IXKTITIITI, contaminate the blood and causa < STAUNTON, VIRGINIA. ment and decay. It stimulates! and enlivens ,
I'.r<<'hu"'d"' for (',1NI, aimed t
Oj>ens {September IWih. 1881. One of the the vital functions, 'promotes energy and are I *--ANDGENKUAL --- \ ,
JIBST. SCHOOLS IOB Yocxct LADIEH ix TUB strength, restores and preserves health,and only Creh$4ug4'd for tlt4' sumocouuuodlly ,. .
UNITED: STITM. Surroundings beautiful infuses new life aud vigor throughout the .
Climate( unsurpassed.} Pupils from even- whole system. No suftVrei from any disease ThU", wljl b" deemed -
teen States.tTJElMAMnXa. which arises from (Impurity of the << u Itlt''lIr.n.or' ISE : :
M' "elng, rii \ l\mRCI.rAN1 r ..:<
:}! TIlE "KST J.V THK .blood need despair who will give A YER'SS.lh.I''HILLA :
J'MON.' Board, Washing, EnglishJOourse, a fair trial.It 11111111'1, and iiriilii{; ut wluit :1.

Latin, rencb. German, Instrumental Music, is folly to experiment with the numerous rx/rsu14'1). low prli>fM" Ibexe., I -t.
etc., fur j chohutie ,of material, .
Year, from September to low-priced mixture cheap ..
t June, $>:I. For Catalogue write to and without uiedlrinal virtues, offered as (;ood"" are<< olFered. I' --' -' t, .

Ut:,". WM, .\. JIAUltlS. ... n., t'lood-puritiera while dUfd-iw becomes more PJy sloclc, of (a:\'rJ.IJlIX'S: '
seateii. is
President tirruly AVERS: SAHtAi'AiULUV a '

_t __ _.. dauu t un. Virginia, medicine of such concentrated curative 'UnXISIII%(; (;oons IM worllsythe i
power, that it in by far the Lest, cheapest, CALL OK.i
and must reliablf l 1'OUlI'Iurlll.knowlI.! ulleulloii of Iboxnline desiring, ;> AND EXAMINE OUR ( fS..
PhvNician know its <- and prc.triU <*ood .
iI, It tier )wen \Ikiernly\ iiM-d for forty \ './ ,
years, MUtt h.uon tbf funlUd ::.f Orilerw, lel'l lo iu>. welirflonwill .
DR ORDCR FR M U iu'v of million whom it teas l>eneDtd, ,
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rrerltr<< riirefiil HIM| prompt I I', :......,
'D Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &. 01"rI&4U..a \., I "' .
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eel r< ed mnl .\Pldu..a Chf'wlat., -1.. "I, .' ;;r
Lowell Mass. J H. PRESCOTT .

DAVID IA5DKCTH ft SONS, pbflide'phLu' Pi away .1' .au. JUln, :'L.1'1"'U& <*3"& I'rr11aesll11u. .'.$: w. A..C-'SANB !li Y&1r" -.

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Tin: rnuxcit NATIONAL VKTV. hold their own against all corner, J.\t: i\im A i, IUIUc.1'OU': I \KF.H COUSTV. Assessor of Tuxa-Thomw: Burro, Cotton

I' To.the, Editor of the, :Mirror iPAKII year time enormous triumphal arch at the hailed Slates- C'unsdy.IiuLc-II.' 1). Davis, Sanderson. r1anL t

PRINCE, July 2f>, 1881. top of the II.VCIJri'lt'Icntc,1 M. Oambetta OUeers.f.ANu Clerk-F. J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector ofcvcn"el.'I'I.'lletll'k: N. toy,
lite. his hand to amnestied, Communist. On-I('.:, OAINKHVIU.K. HtiertJf V. C. Hcrndon Sanderson. Ocala.
J It has been marked by more than one giving an ,
llrUIJlter-I..A. Names) aines\llle.. .J s.rsso,' of Tildes-George P. Canova, San Superintendent of Hchools-II. C. Iartllltrort
torian that the log to have cxcr .
days seem
: John F. ttollin!' (Sainesville. derson. McCoy.
cased a powerful inllticncc over the minds IN his remarks to the members!! of the ,'I'urt'eyor.(]clIrflll-lalach,... :Martin I Talla\ Collector 1cl'CI/Ic-Hicharll Kennedy, MONROE COUNTY.
and temperaments of the people of Paris, American Institute of Instructions at .St. Al- ha""l'l' Darbyville. County Judge-Chas. S. Baron, KeyVest., .
\ most of their important revolutions having hans on Wednesday! : the Rev Dr. J. L. M. MUTRICT ('(,URT. Hupcrintendent nf Schools-.\. J. \V. Cobb Clrrk-T'ct'r T. Knight Key West.SterijQt'orge .

f, of Curry, agent of the 1'I abndy educationalfund .Tllttflf'-TllOtnns Settle, Jacksonville.Marflinl Olustec. (; Dcmerritt, KeyA'est..
occurred beneath the fierce a summer
rays speaking with a full knowledge,: of educational -3, Ii, Durkec, Jacksonville J IIIU).' )its fOfNTV. Assessor of Tuxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
I sun. We arc favored today with true progress mid needs in the South ClerkPhilipVultv'r, Jacksonville.! OIl/IIiy.T/IOlge-.J. U. Richard, Providence Key West.

'. July weather. The bright blue sky I is mi urged with much earnestness! the necessityof J. TF.JI., IlKVESfK.Collirtw ; :. Clerk-]Henry 1-'. York, Lake Butler. Collector of 1el'IlIIcWatter C. Maloney,

dimmed, by single/ cloud, and the heat,, i It government aid in founding and maintaining -Den ni i'l!' Kagan:: Jacksonville. SheriffV.. '\'. Tumblin, Starke. Jr., Key: West.Superintendent t. .
( ( of"idwols-J. V. Harris, Key
> excessive to schools there before tho war there Assetfof of Tdfcs-N. C. Wainwright, Lake :
I rather too
must be
"lInh-er 4itll' academies and! private fOM.fXTOIW: OK CT8TOM" *. ISutler. West.
were !> !>4,
I :>\Ji I; be qualified{} as comfortable, but the population schools enough); but common educational!, facilities John W. llowell, Fcrnandina. Collector nf IlevcHite-IJunberry Haynes: NASSAU COt: T\ :y

f I. never wore n more peaceful and orderly for. the poor were entirely wanting. Kdward: Ilo]>kin! Jacksonville.: Santa Fo.Hiijterintendent. County Judge-Hinton .T. linker Feniandina. -
...' appearance. The streets arc crowded with Then was nothing corresponding!\ to a public John' .l-1. HOUM-, :Angustino.; nf ."' ('''0)018-1., B. Rhodes, .(
: school system. Now every Mate has its J. M. Carrie, Cellar Key. Starke. (/rrl.-J. Edwards; Fcrnandina.
,J! holiday folks, bent on making the most of i school law, ami taxes arc laid, to support UKKVARU: COl' T\'. Sheriff( -Peter Cone' )Fernandina.

>' thcdi\y. The fourteenth of July i is esscntl. public KchooN. These are paid, for. the most Stair OtlircrH.KX County/ Jmljf., !-James A. McCrory, City Assessor f Tnjret-Win. II. Garland, Fcr
t ally the people's festival.. Other classes that !part willingly, and encouraging progress!! has Point. nandina.Collector.
':. have rallied to the Republic honor and keep[ 'been made; hilt there i", and: without government ; WCTI: V i: 1'KPARTME.NT.; Clerk:-A. .\. :Stewart: 'l' tt III V ill e. nf 1"I'I'lIl1e-\.arn.t\( \ 1''. Scott, Fer
will aid! there will bo! for years, a lackof f lJt'I'fllfIl'-Win. D. Bin"ham, Tlilla 11II"lIl'. .IAqn.*nr of Taxe*-Wallace 11. Moses, (!cor- nandina.Hupcrintendent.
II. :: it loo.but the working orders treat it teachers! school houses: and apparatus IJcuEurl, '(iurerr?LivingstonV.. Bethel gianna.Collector. nf Schools '"'. A. Mahoney,
.: especial veneration, and the efforts/ which The I'eabody, fund( tho income: of which is Key West of RCI''IIIW-P. M. Plait, Lake Jes- I, ,r they make to render full justice to the gram' used for educational purposes: in the South .....'('(.,.rlary nf Htnte-John J,. Crawford' Tal sup, Orange County.Huperintcntli'iit OR.VN'IE COUNTY.C'ntnly .

day of the really astonishing. Ini amounts to $3..VXl.OOO./ Outside this more I lahas. ee. of HehoolK-.\. Grady Ian Judge-R. L. Suminerlin, Orlando
\ year than $OII(),(( IIOOO), >( has been given by the North i Cf/lIIl'l.ollC'r-\\ D. DarncH TlIlIallal': t i the ordinary boulevards and streets houses: for the same purpose: but "mere taxation :I 't'II.wrrr-Hl'lIry .A. [JiEIIgIl'.1'lIlIahlll'l; CIAY COUNT. ,vYr/ -Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.Assessor .

'r*I' lire tastefully decorated, tricolor flags naturally and beneficence arc not enough," says: Hr.I)" .tltlll'/II'g-lcllrml-Ol'orge 1*. L'uney'ralla- (',rutty/ .I"tlvc-.J. T. Copeland. Orange of 1us-JaJ\Jr M. Owens! Fort
I ''; occupying the post'! of honor. The average Curry. The illiteracy there is: "appalling.; ); J.a. :4ee. Park. Reid Fla.Collector.
,: : house-holder thinks that helms done his to use! his: word, which, indeed, was sufficiently CIJIIII, i*.ql//rr nf html*-Hugh A. em!cr. Clerk-O. A. Iluddington, Green Cove of It't'I'/lIIe-Xut. l'J iymitz, Orlando.
well known before to all who watched Tallahassee.Hitjcrintfiiilint. Springs.Sheriff. Superintendent of Schools-John '1'. Becks-
'. duty when he has displayed a couple of specimens the discussion:! on the BiiniMdebill, last winter ; nf 1'iihl'n I'I, 1 1'1/1 I'IJII-I'}]. K. : -Jainc.1 '\'. DeWitt, Srccn Cove Fort geld .
i I of the national colors, relieved, per or have read Judge\ Tourgcw's written foster, Tallaluisseo. Springs.' 1TTXAM: COUNTY.

haps, by a Chinese lantern or t\\'o. The views on the need of schools in the South. Ailjittniit-Gciieriil, .K Yongo, Tallahassee Attcmor of Tt.rc#-Win. Conway, Kingsley. Jud'fe of 1'robatc-11.1Iarrison I! Palatka.jerkV.1" .
The fact that there arc :;!<111)1,000( white and IIUHEAU: OF DDIWItTIOS.Omlllli.q.qIcr .
Collector of R'I'CIIIIC-'VIII. S. Plummer ( Forward, Pulatlra.
ouvrtcr however docs not content himself
819,000/ colored illil'ratc'ol'rs In the :South; / -,\. A. Robinson! Tallahassee. )(a xvill('. Sheriff-Thomas Slmlly.Assessor x
with such a tame show, and it is to what arc making 45,: per cent of the entire vote of. erintendeut of Sc"oo18-)1. .F. Geiger, -S. Timmons.: ::. .
termed the quartien[ cxccntriqms that one that section, 1..111 itself tolerably strong t argument Clt'I'k-H. C. Long, Tallahassee. Mitldlcburg. Collector of Rereuue-Joseph Price.
for some, such system of national Hiicctnl .1"clIllI-Samuel: l-'nlrllall ks. ,htorBUllttill Public Schools J.V..
must turn to form anything like an adequate SIIJII'ltlcIIlcltt of -
aid us that proposed, in the Burnside, bill. .Jacksonville; ). :S. I'laecValdo. Strickland.
!idea. of the capacity of this people for According to tho statements!! of the Hev. A. SIIPRKME: County Judj/e W. )J. lyes,Jr., Lake City. .
tasteful and original decoration. The narrower 1)). Mayo, who followed Dr. Curry In givingthe C lerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Luke City.
r teachers of St. Albans some rl'sultsllfhi (1/hf, .TII.fil'/ -K. M. I Itandall: << Jacksonville.lssorute KhcriJf-J. W. ferry, fake City. CtJud"JI/IIlc-\. II. Parker, Perry
lane the better does it
the street
or Jtixtlcc-J. Wcstcott jr. Tallid Hhcriff;-Thomas Osteon/ Perry.
r recent ohservatinusantongtime schools!! III the ias- Assctaoe oj'1 IJcsJ.V.. Rivers:Lake City.
lend itself to careful and elaborate ornanlenm South, I there is a most inviting); field! there see. Collector of Tuxes-3. L. Parish, Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.
m tations. Traffic there is little or none, and a for educational! effort. The/ i people are in a Atmctnte JII.qticc-u' B. Valkcnburgh, Kiijicrintcndcnt of''Schools-Juliuspotsdamer, Superintendent of Hchools-T. J. Franklin

barrier hastily constructed leaves the inhabitants mood to wclcontcheartily any cflort to make Jacks'mville.llerk,1I: Lake City. Perry.
i' the condition of their children better than ( ( Foster, Tallahassee. M'YAk COUNTY. County Treasurer-D. S. :Sutton, Perry.

i <' undisputed masters of the ground before their own, and to help on the work. Poor CIKCfIT JUIKJES.First Comity/ Jmlge William A. McLean, Jack Minify tJlI""t'IIO-D. N. Cox. Perry.

their doors. Then they set to work families are making); great sacrifices to give (:/'II-Augu-llu8, ; : E. Maxwell, Pen- 801111I0.ClcrkThnllll1. Collector of Jt't'I'IIIIC-
f with a. will. The dismal thoroughfare, the their children an education, and white girls sacola.Heeond. K. Ilucknmn Jacksonville..HheriJ .Id.Yr8Srof' Ttl.rclI-H. 11 1\'Il'ock, IVrry.

!' dark court, arc transformed, as if by tho in the South evince a strong desire! for higher Ci"cllit-D\\'icl :S.; Walker, Tallahas )'-Uriah llowden, Jacksonville.A ST. JOHN'S: COUNTY.

\ wand of the magician, into an' oasis of smiling instruction. Normal schools!! are greatly see. l.srssorf Ta.rcs-\ J. Prevatt, Jacksonville 'County Judge-M.. 11. Cooper St." .\ugusI -
needed for tho training of .-Airip Third Circtil-R, .i. Vann, Madison.: I tine.Ceri'Bartoln.
J / tower with verdure and( l lyil York Tinift. Fourth Circuit-James! M. Hakcr, Jackson Collector of RCI'CIIIC0111.8 J. Brown, Oliveros: ;St.; Augustine.Sheriff : .

", liant with banners colored lamps' festoons -. -- Jacksonville.!4 Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
) .' r of variegated paper, and 'a hundred: pretty THE sii.v FOR IHHI.VERYBODY villo.Fifth Ci/'cllit-.Tmlll'( I n. Duwkins!4, fiainesville. iSuperintenilent of Hchools-Albert J. Russell Assessor[ of Tuxes-David L. Dunham. St.
Jacksonville! Augustine.Collector :
; trifles. It is really touching to sec how tenderly ;
1 4 : reads the SIIII. In the editions Huth Crrl/ii-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa.Hennth \MILTON COUXTY.County of Il'I'cl"t.-.rIl I'l'h I.'. Llambias,
tho poor bring out their trophies to L of this newspaper throughout the Circuit"'. Archer Cocke, Sanford, St. Augustine.Hniierintendent.
.Imlije-Henry J. Stewart Jasper.
of the how will find 8t'jrJlt'( 1'.
t enhance tho beauty scene, carefully year to come world's : (/e/'k-J. Caldwell, Jasper.Hhtriff / of l'l'rpall.t. .

I r they arrange them one by one, and I. All the new, so presented that ('earl CaloiKlur.CIRCUIT. {( J&mcs M. Duncan, Jasper.Anseiifor ::Augustine.( ....
the reader will the amount of ;
them all when get greatest [ of TI/.rcs-.J. R. Jlllh'r.lIerllH..
how they
1 patiently they scan
1 information with tho least: unprofitable cx- t"rU.T' : ,
Collector RCI'ClIIteH.. II. II. McLeod, CUI"tg.I"lfIC-1l'lIr" ) S.Cassidy, Leesbnrg,
arc in their places, and make one alteration pcndituro of time and eyesight: The Sufi Full TermSanta Columbia: County.Hiijierintenilent; Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Lcesburg.Sheriff .
} after another, until the tout ensemble, Is per longngo discovered I thc golden mean\ between : Rosa :Ud Monday in October. j'.dlOlIl.t-Jo J I. Rob -J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.Assessor .

fect. Then, too, wherever a. small square is redundant{ fulness! and tuisutisfacturybrevity.f. Walton, -.JlhlolI.Jay; in October.Holmes l'rtlIICI'IIII.: of" i t.rl'.q-U.( I 1'. Wall, Webster.Collector .
; ] Much of that :sort of news which\ depends Wednesday( after 4th Monday[ of Tt'1'Cllllc-John. Dychcs!
> formed by tho meeting of n few streets, tSI less upon its!! recognized importance in October HIn: .\:>\IIO COUNTY.: Leesburg. ,

I trades have been raised, from which bandsof than I upon its interest to mankind. From Washington, 2d Monday[ after-4th Monday( County, ..Tl/lluc-\. L. Frier-on, Itrooks- Superintendent of Hchools-.\. C. Clarke
musicians or popular speakers may de morning to morning/ the Sun prints: a con- ill October. yule Sumterville.
I linucd story of the lives of men and women Jackson! 3d: Monday after 4th Monday in I Clerk-J. C. Tatty Drooksvillo.
light the assembled! crowd. Every: available and, of their deeds, plans, loves, hates, trou October.IvMambia. /'iff-.I.. B. pickier, Drooksville.A : I'UW'OtST\'.
patch of ground has been brought into service bles. This story Is more varied and more 1st Monday\ in December. .ie* vrof 7a.I- '.-Frank USaxon, Brooks County Jttdg -M. M. Blackburn, Live
I today, tho result being that the inhabitants interesting! than any romance that was ever This act amended( section 2 of act of February .\ ville. Oak.
'of each district ,if 11u disposed devised 10, 187'J: and does. not. change timeSpriig Collector! of Rct'esote-1<'. )r. Townsend, Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
sfparnte can, : I
HI Hood writing in every column; and Tern "'Hi) F. llrooksvillc.Sujierintcitdcnt. Saiff-Johll R. Sessions Live Oak.
; enjoy themselves to their, heart's; don- freshness: originality, 1Il'l'I11'I'1111,1 deco THIRD CIRCUIT.Hjirimj of Hchools-I). If. Thrasher, Assessor oj'Taxcq-\. Sessions, Wcl-

-4' tent, without wandering far from their' basis rum in tho treatment of every subject.IV. ) } TermTaylor Fort ])alil'. horn.
of operation Tho most popular gatherings Honest comment. The Sllli 8 habit iso 1st, Tuesday after 1st Monday in nn.i.IIORut'uIi COUNTY. Collector oj'1t'L'1'1I/( '-Robert /F. Allison: ,
Live Oak.SIJulItentlellt.
arc the balls that are being held in the : speak, out fearlessly! about men and\ thing: April.Madiion. County Judge-II. L. Crane, Tampa.:
of Sclwul.t-J. O. C. Jones
\ : candor in with each ,
Kqual dealing political 2d Monday( ) in April. Clerk--Wm. C. Brown, Tampa.SIICI'VJ'U. Live Oak.
arrow' pal'Inlld equal' \ readiness to' commend Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Isaac Craft Tampa
dissementandatsvliichthevotaries: of Terpsichore what, U: praiseworthy or to rebuke Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday[ Assessor lJ'l's-S.K, Tampa. voi.um COUNTY
of Sparkman,
'r, will disport themselves: until long what is blamable: in Democrat] or Republi In April.Columbia. Collector of 1'I'Cllllr-'V. F. hurts: Tunipa.Hupcrintcndent County Judye-James: II. Chandler, Enterprise i
can. 3d Monday after 4th Monday[ Scho ls-1V.l'. HendersonTampa. ,
after to-morrow has dawned Fairs athletic of :
Absolute Clerk John W.
VI. independence of partisan in April. Dickins Enterprise.:
; sports-tho latter rather an unseasonable organizations, but unwavering loyalty to Ixilayette, I Oth Tnwday ulcer 4th Monday[ JEFFE1LSOX.County Sheriff W. A. Cone Enterprise' ..
amusement In this temperature-concerts, true Democratic principles The .SlIn lie In April.FM .lssessorof Ttl.1.t'sJollIIml'rsoll, Enter .
lieu-s that the which the B. Christie M onticello.tilierijf .
balloon ascents" processions, illuminationsand government constitution TermTaylor Jmltje-J. prise.Collector
gives us is a good one to keep. Its 1st! Tuesday after 1st Monday in (/'-'\'. 11. Simkins, Monticello. of Rt'Vtlwl'-John B. Jordan, De-
fireworks, such aro tho general features! notion of duty is to resist to its utmost October.Madison. t'lfrkT.. C. Bird, Monticello.Hujieriiilendent Land.

Its of a programme which the mayors in each power the efforts:! of men in the Republican [ 2d )[ October of SrtOolsV. g. Taylor, Superintendent of S11001s-A. Cranshaw,

district have done their utmost to render nsueees arty to set up another form of government Hamilton, 4th Jluuday: in October. Monticello. Enterprise. .
; It would be Impossible to attempt in mace of that which exists The year: 18SI Suwannee, ht Monday after 4th Monday County Treasure?-W. )(. Oirardcau. Mon WAKULLA COUNTY. ,
and tho years immediately following will III October. ieello. County Judge: -\\'. A. Giles\ Crawfuttlville.SlieriJJ'W. .
,\ tho enumeration of the "events" that aro probably decide tho supremely important ('oluntbiultl3onduyaftcrltli:: Monday in .C'ulcrrrOf! 1et'euue-Josephl'alnter,3lii- II. Walker, Crawfordville.
taking placo in every corner of Purls to-day. contest The HUH believes that the victory October. icello.. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
"' The Temps, the largest paper published here, will bo with the people as against the rings Lifayette, tith Tuesday after 1th Monday Assessor ( f Tiues-J. 1*. Grantham, Waucccnah. Superintendent of 8dlOols-'V. T. Duval< ,
for monopoly, the rings for; I plunder and. [in October. Crawfordville.
I :, abandoned, in utter despair, tho idea of recapitulating the for Imperial
rings power FOURTH 1'IISCriT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. County Treusurer-\y. W. Walker Craw-
o' :i. them all. (Jno two of the
or Our terms lire as follows : New ibrdvillc.
( W. J. Dixon
I .' j>iiy Term- (Jwlge- Troy.
most interesting features may, however, bo For tho Daily Hun, a fottr-lagc; sheet nf St. John's, 2d Tuesday in March, Sheriff-Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. Collector of RCI'tIl1LC-\. Walker, Craw-
mentioned with tho simple premise that twenty-eight columns: the price by mail, C Clay, 4th Tuesday in March.hradfonl,1st't'uesday [ Clerk-Ho well Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.Assessor.
post-paid, is fw cents a month, or :$:;1 G.;}C I1> a New Taxes C R.
) in April. Superintendent!of Shook-J.C.iLamsey, of Reynolds, Craws
Paris is n vast city, and that no human crea- ) the r
; or, including Sunday an
year paper, I laker :Tucwlay. in brdville.
'"' turo enjoys tho gift of ubiquity eight-page sheet of fifty-six columns! the April. Troy. i\( N. Peacock NewTroy.
Nassau: Tuesday:: l in April. County Tre One of the greatest boons offered to-day price is (H cents a month\ or $7.70 a year, Duvul,1st'I'uesday l in May.\ 4 G. F. A AVERY

to the Is tho postpaid[ Full Term- (/OUt'Ctlof Kecetnte-Newton Sapp, New
i population : i performance gratisof
Time Sunday edition of the Suit I is also furnished ,
+ favorite pieces by many of the principal for $1.110: ) St. John's Tuoday in September.Clay Voy.
separately year, poSt-paid
( 4th TUl.llay in September.Itradfonl Assessor of Taxcs-A. S.Acklt-y, New Troy.
silty theatres, headed by the Grand Opera anti The price of the Weekly HUH, eight: pages, 1-t in October.
; k; tho Theatre l<'ran als. The doors .llfty-six) : columns, is $1 1r'ar, pn..t.paitl.: Maker, 2-1 Tuesday Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY.Countii LIVERY: AND BOARDING STAI1LES.:
tiw : twcre open C.'llvnl
}For clubs of ten sending $IO, we will "semi Jud/e\\ Tallahassee.
) at 11\. m., and it was an amusing sight to an extra copy free.- Na-saii: : 3<1 Tuesday in October.Duval Sheriff-\. Moseley, 'Tallahassee.. CARRIAGES AND: WAGONS:

y t witness the people forming the queue at the .\lIdrl'ss. [. \\'. ENGLAND: ] ) 1st Tuesday in November. .. Clerk-O. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. To and from Steamers and Trains. "

?s portals of each of three temples of art, and Publisher of The HUH. FIFTH CIRCUIT Huiterintendent Sc/ails-llenryNFelkel, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.:

1, ::3i patiently waiting, like tho Pert at the gate, _3'H ._ _New \ ..irkCity.1bsO Hjiriuy Term- 'raiblha$5CC. FOR BALE:
'f' Sumtcr, 3d Monday in March. T.wCllrer-J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee.
: l until their turn for admission: should come / lct'\otlcc. 1tri'lIhh: Monday in March. Cullt'clor-1 J'mue-41. C. Pearce, Talla-. HORSES, llUGGm.n E.'i.; J

1 Very respectable crowds they were, too, and Office Hours-From 8:00: ,\\1, to 11:111): ) r. :M. Putnam, Hi'l'ueswlayafter:: Ith Monday in lossec.Assessor. CARTS AND WAGONS
Money Orders and Registered l ( letters from March.[ of Tiueil.. A. Croome, Tallahaaee. ZirTERMS V.\HH."J .
and 'Ilhlo. Tho Hallos
as quiet orderly as llO
a 8:00: A. Sr. to 1::11111'1.) : ; and from 2:00( I'. M. Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in << r'Otlice and Stable-First Street, near
always well to the front on such occasion as to 3:30: I'I.. Sundays from\ 10:30:: I) to 11:30:: A.M. March.Alachiu. i LKVY COUNTY. Broom Street Wharf.... 49-tC'

this, have by no means belied thl' celebrity ARRIVAL! AM: l'UttTUK OF Tilt MUI Ith Jonaayafter4th Monday County Jud'iti-''". II. Sebring, Uronson; ..- --... - .. .-M
:,c to-day, Tho decorations are simply superb, Northern Mull-Arrives daily at 10:2'1.I: March. Clerk-J. M. Harco, IlroiiHon. Stoves, and Tinware. '
(.'loot* 5:00: 1M.: Full TermSumter- Slu-riff-J. S. Parker Uronson.
and ,the! "dames l, not content with one '
Extra .1/'lil- I 1-t Monday in OetoWr. Assessor of Ta.ul.ouitppetl, ISronson. W. NTREETY
it dunce, arc doing the honors of two. In the }For points north Savannah:; : Marion, :3d Monday in October. Collector of Jt/.uue-J. Ira Gore Cedar Second Street ,

# fourth arrondissemcnt tho Hue St.t Antoine only .....10:00: s A. :N.CtsiAtr Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. lacy, opposite the Post-Office,

1'W: t It decorated with tho banners of the divisions XVyujiil 71'asit1:41Iraul-; Levy, 4th Tuesday November.Aluchuu Superintendent of Hchools-J, H. Mcnden- \ ...
.\ '! 4:00 p. :N! 1st 3tondayafter tth Tuesday in hall, nroll on. ":: -
-r.: -
!: of the quarter that played a part in the
Closes ... 8:45: : ,t. M.West November. .
capture of tho Hostile, St. Marguerite, Capuvius Florida bEVtSTH CIRCUIT. MADISON COUNTY.County

.Arrives............ 4:00 Judye-It. )(. Witllc poon, Madison. -
du Murals, lUanes Munteau, and so on. : r. :M.! SjtritHj Terut -.

This Ii tho most interesting and attractive Gloms: ....?. 5.00: 1'. :M, Orange, 4th Monday in January. S/it'iff-S.. M. Hankins )Madison
Jacksonville ami Ht Johns illArrives.
Voltisia .
3d lolllIn
_ Kpovtacle. In front of tho bazaar of the :II.:00' February.Ilrevard. Clerk-John M, Hoggs, Madison
: : r. :u.
1st Monday [in March.
Hotel do Yillo is a gigantic triumphal arch, Closes ...10.00: p. M. 5.00 I'. :M.f. HIIt',3" Monday in April Superintendent of Hehools-E. S. Tyner, FSTOVES

which it has taken a Wc:141'l: k to erect, and S!. Jinni and Trader's Hill MailVrrives Full Tt'rll&- Madison.T.fflturtr-S. S. Smith Madison,
Tuesdays und Fridays tit :2:30! :N! County ,
I' Orange! 2d Monday August..
which is embellished with the following inscription Collector of JtWlU46-1. H. Warring, )(at.1-
Closes Mondays: and Thursdays at 8:00 .\. M. Volusia[: :2d Monday in September.Hrevurd. .
: l Iotintage du (JuarticrSt, Merii Ht. ( IIIv- son,
Mary's 4th Monday! in September.Dado .
TtLlt'I-H. D, Wa&sworth Madsou
5' la IWpublique." The <}uartier Latin is profusely Arrives Mondays( !! and Thursdays ut 8:00: A. M. Monday: I in November.OIllverN. Attestor of -

decorated, the students keeping' the "" Tuesdays"'eln'sdaysundSat'daysat'J(1).t.NCloses and Fridays!! at 2:30: ::\ p. :N.. b i MANATEE roVlTY.CtJ.mtl ;

: festival with their wonted dash and spirit.' 'l'ut'stlaysVtlneilays: C'olln',' Judye-Z. T.:Crawford )(l1nlltl'C. .

The Sorbonne the Lyrics, Pantheon, Luxembourg Fridays and Saturday'H at :::30 p .:.u.StNL.1' AL.VCUUA COl'STV. Clerk-Robert H. Griffith, Manatee.
and : : lilUliELL, P. M. Sheriff -.\. ;Watson; Pine Level.Assessor .
Observatory are brilliantly illuminated ( (/!Judje: -Junius C. Uanlncr, Gaines! of Tujes S. J. Tyler Uradentown
-- -- ------- -- ---- vllle.Clerk. HKATEPwS: RANGERS. '
and the ifoeilla
to-night, coup IUJJerb. llerenue Marion O. 'arlton
Private School, Collector f ,
-J. A. (\irll.>[le, (;Jalucsvillo.!
The place de FOilfon adorned with Mrs U. Alexander: will op ell perma-- ..SurfJolni{ W. Turner, (!aine&\illo. l'oruish.Suterintetident. TIN AND SIIEET-IROX WARE,
a fine rffxuior surmounted with a statue of lent privateseho i in the ISji'lbt dllu\h Oil .f_*.IOr 's f dj-r*-
the Republic by Lenoir The Luxembourg the lath of May( and solicits. u generous Hawthorne.Jlettvf fine l.evl'l. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS ETC.:
U in its share of public (Kitrona e. Terms liberal.pply '\ Garden, however severe simplicity. .\ at t the school room IK-IWCVII thehounco1 (1IUitJ Judy*-Samuel Marshal& Ol'13.CIC'Jol..rt I A largo tock Staves on hand. Give mea
In tho ninth nrroiMJitecnu-nt the Avenue f H U. ,its anti p. m.Ftu.MNiuxv niij-r!>tti-ii'l<,tt of .khuuls-N'. N. Sheut, : Bush>,,'k, K-ala. i ,'UII. liiul comjuirv 11I\ prii-ca with thoe ofa .

: Trudaine auil 'tljf. 'uclguborlng. streets still : May 8, |v>l-3m. fi.11I1l"\,. III,'. S.. ....,. ,".' .'. .SArTif-.1,11.! Crutebtiel'" l,.'(h'ula., ( lu-r "baits. *, here tlr eLesvtere.) ) .

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i country in the world except China) have 4 )DlHUSAllMi): : HOUSIJ( : COXTAlVIJfOJ ; .
In nn article in your issue of June 8th, found It to be by far the cheapest means by \. five rooms, with Closets: front Piazza, : ;
Dr. Z. 11. Mason calls in question the advantage which food can be preserved for stock. The large Yard Orange, Lemon nnd HananaTrees. : 1': : :
o of mulching orange trees a? a menus actual co!'t of harvesting and curing maize V<'IItralh'le'III(1. Good title I ('t('. :. : ;;

Off' ('rulture.. From this' article one would ensilage I is there estimated at 11 francs, or For further particulars, impure at this ,. d ,_. 1. THE tf .. ,
'I" ; "v .
conclude this practice to l he of recent introduction the .1tfAilerlIenienlN. V _,. '" -'
Northern method:*" .TO cents per ton, and the cost of raising ofllce. t. .., I" "
imitation ,
an crop we know to be not over $4.f per acre, -- -
arid its usefulness questionable in orange without manure. Land in the South that -I ('inl- .

culture. It ha*, on the contrary, originated produces ]13 bushels of corn will yield :20;?I .-
with our oldest growers ; is the result ofpractical tons of cured ensilngo\ the total cost of In .lusflee'rt; C'onrl.TATK ; .

experience, and Is being generally which will be about $10.ftO or $It. Now, this: : OF)) FLOUIDA, .

adopted after long continued experiment The doctor I !supply of forage I is more than two horses s NASSAU COUNTY.Ti .

demonstrated! its practicability. surface can eat in six months, and if even one-half > C\ J. HYWi'.imrow (HV/V.-You arc .
objects to mulchingas producing the quantify of the corn now fed i is!! alsondded, hereby notified\ that n writ of attachment has
.. roots, and increasing liability to injury has the which will )be ample, the total cost of feeding been issued against you, and your property MIRROR
ld. The more feeding roots a the is them for such a length of time will be attached, to satisfy tho demand: of Charles FLORIDA

oater will be its vigor. As orange about $:'K.riO, or $3.:21 each per month. Under Angel, amounting to $:'*0. Now unless \ou -.
: aturallv surface feeder, these routs must : ,' :
a ,
the present system: of feeding corn and shall appear before .T. A. Kllcrmnnn, a Justice '
eccssarily be surface roots ; and by cncourging fodder, the expense of each hort-e i is about of t the\ Peace in and for said County, at '. ., t'1; .; .
their formation mulching I is really a Fla, the :U7th I.f '" ,i".,,...'.." ",. ,..',. ,\'. '. j.I ,'.
enefit to the tree. It also obviates the ncsity $7.SOper month. his ofllco at Fernandlna, on .:',.', .','..'"i ":(.. :, ,J.( J :.., i .
down weeds The assertions that there is enough green day of August, .\. 1). 1881, nt 1ft o'clock a.m.\ t, ,
es of cultivation by keeping and pa! turage to be had in the South without judgment, will be rendered :Iin t you.CIIAlLis ::. ' '' '>';:,';.
nd grass renders the soil more ;
; porous I.V' 1I''Hrr., "
the introduction of l'II1i1ngl' arc refuted by : .ANOKL: : ":, -, }. .
friable than hoe or plow : and notwithstand ; t' ; '?\
the bare fact that there 1-1110 to Plaintiff.Fernandina i ) ,
the snrfate : green grass 'I r ; 'i7"\
the roots t protects .
ng arc near ,moisture be "found north of Florida after the month Fla.. .lune) 2.1 t. .' '. '1:.'.s' .:> (-,,
the trees in drouth by retaining 1)
., .. t
beloThe of Xo\ember and the blue grass: of Kentucky : : :. .< : .
above and drawing it from IfI '
rom .
and fhat li\es nil winter is .limflrr-N" Court.STATi J
Virginia Ill "
force ,of the first objection is t therefore not :
covered and more or less ': OF) FL01MDA: '
frequently by snow '
apparent. There might be liability to in injury inaccessible to farm stock. If the farmers COUNTY OF NASSAU.To : : 1 .:, I\\ \ \
from freezing if the mulching came con : .
of the South will ask thcniHlvcs the question C. A. Williumum nnd II'tte .'-You oro ;
When applied
tact with the tree. properly
however, i is left around the trunk Do my animals have 'any green food, hereby notified that a writ attachment; ...
the mulch being spread' outside the radius between October and April, the answers of has been i: of the branches. The following from an experienced nine out of every ten will I bo "No." attached, to satisfy the demand: 1 of James)

and successful grower is a practical !i. Farmers now frequently feed their horses 'Meddaugli] ami Wile" amounting to.i:!,:\ *.

reply to the points raised, ,'i1.. : and mules on oats, and t find it cheaper' than Now, unless you shall appear: before J. A.Illlcrnvinn .
It has been urged: that mulching makes '''corn and fodder ; but one horse requires at : a Justice of I tho Peacein: and for

an tree tender and. more liable to bo' least ten bushels: of oats per' month which said County, at hi j* olllco at Fernandina I Fla., -
killed orange by a freeze Ueliev ing a statement of are worth about $(}-nearly double what itis on the'JTHi day: of August: 1ss|, nt 10 o'clock -I-=-r

,I. this kind, I was kept from mulching for I!! asserteil: by those: who practice it in Kit a.m., 'judgment will be rondeiod against )'011.

nearly three )'cars. Then I only began bv a ropo the ensilage! sjstem would {'O-t.-XI'II't J. F. MIlDDAfOH: WIFH:,

trial of a few trees at Ii!":>t. I am satisfied f by York Cotton.SILK Plaintiff.Fernandina .
careful experiment and observation that no : Fla.) June 2.t t lss;|l.
harm can conic to trees on that account if cuLTUiti; i\ Tin: SOUTH.A ------ -- -- Sls
Old trees and I trees In Justice, **, C'ourt.STATF .
properly: young few months ago an association was
trees just sot out, and trees, bearing fnu hundred formed in New Orleans for the promotion of : OF FLO IS:I DA,
oranges each have been alike benefited. silk l'ultllr'olrs.: ohn) on, a lady well
Trees that were mulched last winter came known in the literary: tiiclcs I. and for a longtime George'liitirri! \\ :-You aie hereby notified ;g
that writ of attachment has been issued
out of the freeze much better than those as: one of the! best of public schoolteachers a !
that without And aaain): t you and jour nropeitv attached, to
were mulching. now, established herself with a *mall\ colony r\
during tho present dry weather whilst other uf worms at the Fair Jrounds, in order satisfy fho demand of W. li. Thompson, surviving 0

trees are becoming: yellow and curling I the to be near tho mulberry trees: whiih lire partner: of )Dickinson V Co., amounting SiJOB
leaf at mid-day, the mulched trees retain a plentiful! there Her location( there was: an to S'L'O.'J.: ). Now, unless! J'on shall appear}

dark green and healthy color, and continue experiment in behalf of the association.Hcri before .I. A. Kllcrmann n Jusfic-c I of the
Peace in and for said County, at his ofilco at
growing 'right along.
tay wasshoit! but furnNhcd ellcfJlIl'lIg1IIj [5
"The object ion that the roots come to the :\ data by which to gauge the ultimate :success Fernandina, Fla., on the'Jilthd.tv: : of August, H .
surface and prevent tiller culture with the of I the association.To.those \ A. 1). l si 1. nt 10 o'clock n. in', judgment .

plow or cultivator in clIn!>e'1uenceof mulching women who would like to enter will be tl'IHh'fl'IIII/lIinst/ you.

is of little force. I do not think trees this new field, who have no mulberry trees, W. 11. THOMPSON( -
should be plowed 6r cultivated here mulch we would say that the leaves of the Osagc: Surviving partner of Dickinson t Co.,
has been would bo with advant Plaintiff.Fernandina .
: or applied orange furnish a substitute for mulberry
age. The hand-hoc is the only tool I would allow as.fOIII1.. Worms fed on the Osage. orange' Juno HI. 1881. td

near a growing orange tree, and, besides, will make silk, but not of as good a qualify X OTIC'ifKNOW i :O ix o Ii.10 t \'.' (iN:
nnv snrfacn :\ )mini? in like 111 a 11111' call ps when fed the mulbeiry. The work
as upon'
the roots; to ;develop-I at the t topoftheground.The ; ; of setting out young trees of th'c white mulberry -

few feeding roots that arc cut off in a which H the best variety, should be ALL MKN: 11Y THRSK PU15S-

good hoeing, no more injure the health and attended to at once, so that in the course of That we, C. W. Yuleee, J. II.McUinnis .
life of the tree than a slight pruning of its a the worms could feed abundantly :'!, William Uawson, W. H. (J. Durvee -
year ===:EJ<>C> .A..N"J: :)
leaves and branches." up'on their leaves. In this country the mulberry Thomas Kydd, Calvin H. Dibble, Henry .
For some time orange growers have recognized tree grows so fast that one after k; Dottercr, and 1 O. Stark, all of t tho State of "

the fact that clean culture during planting the careful farmer can year rear his: Florida, under and in accordance: with tho i".. .'. ,' .

summer was injurious to the trees. To obviate (crop of worms, whereas in France, ho must provisions of an act of the Slate of Florida,
this many methods have been resorted wait after planting live years for his trees to entitled "An act to Provide for tho Creation

to. Some have ceased cultivation during grow large enough to furnish food for the of Corporations and to Prescribe their General
these months, allowing the weeds and grass IIilkworl11Xt'w York Cotton. Powers and Liabilities," approved August
to cover the ground. On the whole this 8th 1808, and nn ait of I the Legislature i .

method has proved unsatisfactory.! Pome HICK HULLKll.FATEXTLII of said State, entitled "An net to Repeal un ,
have planted cow-peas, or other crop draw act entitled an act to Provide for tho Creation

ing lightly upon tjvc soil, affording shade in of Corporations nndi to Prescribe their
summer and fertili/er in the fall ; this mode JUNK 14, 1881.-Ml. 243,01i.( General Powers and Liabilities, and to lie- PRINTING HOUSE

of culture, so highly praised by the doctor, An invention of )particular interest to our create and Amend the Set\lions Repealed by ,
i is practical and efficacious. Still others have Southern readers, also to those in India and said I act." approved Manh llth 18ill{), do ,

mulched their trees to accomplish the same China, has' just been )patented hy Mr. Joseph hereby associate ourselves together ns n corporate

result Voyle, of (Gainesville, Fla., Uni'ted :States of body. under the name: and style of

Thp most! common and least expensive America. The patented nachinc is cheap) TIm IU-UCH HOTKL AND) HOADCOMPA : [-

way of mulching orange trees is to spread durable and ellectiye, easily worked with NY. The principal \place of business\: of ,

dried or partially decayed vegetation, devoid little power. Its object, to enable tho farmer said Company shall be in the City of Fer .. : : I .
. of woody fibre, around the trees at the cx- to prl'pnrl1llis rice for home use with lit nandina, in tile Hillte of Florida. \ ,.. <.."' :.<;')' .)'","'-,1,

tremity of the branches. (Gras, weeds, tie trouble from day to day, without inconvenience II That tIll business of paid Company "' .r."j. l,". i'l., :: ",'I.c"'J'.-", ,'

straw, pine needles, the undergrowth of the or loss. Ilice in tho rough will ,shall bo to build and manago n hotel! and ,' ': J.", ': ':":;''' :',!;,; :.

pine woods bagasse and similar substances keep for years uninjured ; freshly cleaned necessary accommodation on Amelia Ik'uch \'::, : ,:.Beech Street, Opposite. Egmont Hotel '<:::1: < \ '
are thus utilized. One or two cart loads to rice is much sweeter than that which is: kept and to obtain the right; of maintaining 11I1(1COIlCl'tillg -'.. ; .. ... "
each tree, according to its size and the space besides being subject to mould and insects toll on rOlulc'lIl1n.tiJlg the heath .',." ..' -" ',. "'"1'f., :," <: .:' 'J:\'.';
to be covered is sutllcient. It should bo when hulled ; hence the desirability of keep with the City of Fernaiulina.III. ',' .. .' 'r ': ? ; '
clean surface to ing it in the rough, or unhulled state. The ; ,., """ ., ,. I'f"'. '' ." ; ti'o'. .; ;. :,:;' :"
"spread upon a deep enough That the capital stock( of tho Company 'f:.* : '.;< >./., .,: r :;\', :I..r'.,'
prevent the growth of weeds and rals. Tho peculiarity of this machine is: that the rice shall bo ten thousand! ; : >\ "" ) 'b.f !"t

space between the mulching should !bo cultivated running through drops out of thc way of into shares: :,! of one I hundred: : dollars I dollars divided each, /.. ,' ,,-'- -.; : ; ;.,:' :( ; / ;;: .:{ : ::f: .J>,.

in some green crop to shade the incoming grains, so that thero is no long with privilege' of stockholders tu subscribe '\" '. .' .\ .. ;"
ground, and affording either fertilizer or additional continued rubbing of cleaned rice with uncleaned. in (fA) one-eighth, ((1)) one-fourth) 1111(10)(J) onehult' : :.-:-
mulch. When tho mulching becomes On account of tho various sizes of shares-ten !per centum of all Mibsciiptionsof '
thin it Miould be remo\cd and the rice grains, it is not desirable to try to hull stoik to lie paid, when' such Mibserlptionsare ) '

space covered by it should bo enlarged as cleanly at one )passing, but to hull u portion made: ami the lemnlnder! as may: FERNANDINA -: VFLORIDA.

the trees increase: in "size. A top dressing of or the largo grains, )passing the unhulledagain be ordered. hv,' tho Hoard.I uf Directors ofgaiil; ,., .
lime ashes or potash will hasten decay and through the machine, and repeating} Company.IV.: I :i' t .
quicken its action as a fertilizer, whcro this till all is cleaned. In this WRthe rice is That the corporation hl'l.hcr'ute'll '. -, (i1 ; ., .

result is desirable. The writer has used not broken, and none is ground into flour I. shall date its corporate existence! from the ,'-......' '.1".1...".'., r.' .
oystershelllimo for this purpose during the This machine will remove the hull from the day of filing of theso articles of incorpora "'iI"'"' .

present some year older with excellent groves the e}fect.In entire. surface and rice without the rice in thus any wav hulled injuring will sprout the germ and; and tio'n.shall as required continue by for the the acts term us of aforesaid. ..)'::: : <;: :\ ..- ;,.. > ..::':: .,: ''. :;/.ij..; :- '

ninety* ----- ; '
has been mulched with the very best result. grow, Iy! this means choicesumples of seed nine years.V. .. ,. '-' ---.. -, .' '')-''',. ',.:J"ri. :.; \.,':. '..""f !:t; ,. ,.:, ...,-:'; "
In one instance where tho trees were large have been !selected ami distinct varieties That the business ofthe Company shall -,. I,. f < .. .- ', ... .. 1, .' .'. !.fi'7.it!, .' ;"'<.',''''JoY:,; .'l1'1'I;' 't .' '' !,'f'".' :1,
enough to bear two cart-loads to the tree, discovered. These hulling machines bo .'. ',, ,: .. f" "' ; < '
conducted .
may by a. Hoard of five jiroct- .; ,
((5)) __ .
load be made of any desired size from !>; .J'ir'J'' ; \' ,,.., ,, ., .., .
covered nine-inch
cents ,
costing twenty-five per ors, to be elected bv the ,
stockholders} "
on the r' :. ; ;
the entire surface between the trees. The diameter face one-fourth rollers to twenty or more feet with first Monday of .March in each and every ,:. ,, ', : "::.. / : f.l$ : r: l" .; .

.rees, in poor condition when it was applied a the diameter which will year, excepting that the first. election) shall P 1" ,"" ;" "
Soon recovered showing remarkable vigor.. hull from a peck to n hundred bushels be held v ';
an at such time the '
The mulch lasted two years before there was hour. The rollers have, one u soft face *, or a majority as of them undersigned, shall determine l corporator Having uddo ,

I which wears out and the .
necessity to renew it. a hard upon. Haiti Itourd of Dlrectwrs bhall '
Last year I combined the two methods: of I grooved faco which is ery durable. Both elect a President and Secretary und lIch SKII.fI'U'OHlOIJ': :. who know how to nso tile winie, we are now" "

mulching and turning in green crops. The I laces are, however easily replaced by new other subordinate officers us Ihf business of "

loose earth was first carefully removed from i, ones when required. U can W adjusted BOas the Company may require. l'rel'\Tl..I to do any and Vvery kind of printing
to hull only tho largestand hardest ; ,
about the roots of the trees. Two cart-loads grains VI. That the highest amount of indebtness )
of rank weeds: and grans, freshly mown I of a sample, the small soft grains passing or liability to which aid ('MJHl'Iltioll-
from then through;; unhulled. The rice hulled by this
a neglected bottom were spread can at any time oiihjectitsclfidiallhc! J t twenty-
around each and covered lightly with the machine has all ofthe. bran, gum and sugar, live hundred ($2.tilIJ) dollars. ,

earth which had been removed. This covering I also thc germ, and in this state can be VII. That the aid Company shall bo

retained. the moisture hastening decay, cooked 1, having a distinct taste different to vested with all rights; and privileges( which

and absorbed: escaping 'gases, rendering it ordinary commercial rice, and is, of course> the au'tlllll'rctnflJru referred i to can .

much more valuable o-s a fertilizer, I thus I much more nutrition than the ordinary '''n. In witness! whereof we, the convey.parties

secured an efTlcient mulch ; and, at the same rice. From this brief outline our readers aforesaid have hereunto pet our hands and

time, a better ,fertilizer than a green crop can Judge for themselves the advantages of beuls, the 18th day of May, A. 1). 1HHI. '
grown upon and turned into the soil being I this machine over the old system of hull c; WICK'LIFFH YULKi: :, FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING '
ing. In India it will be incalculable CARD
larger in quantity, not derived from the soil value J. II. M<' to men'bants and others us it will !increase! /
sustaining the trees, and applied directly \\ H. HW OX.
the market value of the rice.
where needed. 1"I1I1I'urticu. W .
)U. (C. DUIIYKK.: :
lars can be obtained from the invcntor.Yew .- .. ,
Cultivating the -
: orange trees by. mulching KYDD.C. -. .
entire surface Is profitable under home circumstances Yurk Cuinmcrrial Jmtrnal !. I H.: DIltULK J ,:: {;;... -:1.: ; : < ,. I. ,
: ;
; the feasibility pf its general ap -- n. I';. DOITIIMI: : : ',,- .
plication; remains to bedetnomtrated. Where i.'OK NILI:, .?> (j. HTAIIKPATITM ." .. ., :- :
the trees -- '" ;
are small -
shadingbut a ;
of the ground young it would be costlv jetton and OU I-XCIIAXOJ': : for I improved, city proj.erty .- obtained. for new inventions! ,. ., "' '. ,\

Itrhajw( not practicable Mulching individual T T fir for !JlIl'rOvcrncntH in old /i: A* fixity '. .
trees, however; U inexpensive certainly AO ACUF.S OF HOOD: UIC1I alld ones, Gaveata Infringements, Trade-Mark[ ..' HUH a*" C'lieup MM" utty oillt-e .., Florid,,.
benehclal-and i.Viltent bIlShll.'II1I promptly attended .
can safely be recommended .
tn, _
for general adoption. It h especially valua IX\'JoSTIOXH: THAT "AV ': KKN: .' ..;
JU.ncrUU: ..
ble upon! low and wet lands and upon dry, on thU Inland ; fifteen acres under cultiva may tltill. Sl1 In08t vw*, be patento < ,. ': :
poor 11011$. On the former' tu.'re the prox tion. For information apply to by WI. jjclnjj om {!;lte the U. H. 'ut. -' I "
ellt ,
unity of water furcea the trees to feed near F. C. srilKKK a:.OfUec...; : ulI.I engaged in PATENT JIUHI. > 'i ;'
thelurf.we. the KXCLUHIVKLY: we can pccure ;. '. < ... ':
mulching nourishes and 37 Mansion: House.. Iat. ; I 1 .
.. .. ._ cub in IIIM tiiuo than those who : '., '.. ,
protects(' root ; UJK.IJ the latter it affords --' -- are remote ":'" ,''':k '. .' ; .: .ik',
from ; ". ,
an efficient fertilizer, and renders the tree Honey Kut Ml In" Money .Hade IIPiruciiA When\\4fchington.Inventont .'" "'I''; ,,::1 *J'; i!',!.,;,, ;'';: ot.c. ';,,. ,,''t.", .'.' ". --' "O''f\lt'.l.1".; ; ;,:,',' ',:k'.-,,'i:.).. ,
.Ies.i. liable t? IlIjury from suri' and dronth.t. .- K yom KNGINKS: FHOM we nuke warch in wnd t'jc Patent niudd or sketch .' .' 14'<"',........'.,.,,-,.",".' .' ." '_ : ..,, r,.;', .\; "" '_'_' Jf', ;

Lake il.MantJU, in FloriJ* .jricuUuri. save *!("<> on a 10 Horse ; $'.!"> odvite act to iu |-iilaMItv/rt0/f/aW! Oflice./! and 'I. : ':J"i, ; < ''' .7 ''r}3'q:Pii i';:?::, "" ,
George, FLJ. qf. '
June gj, ISSl, on a :iiu IIorM, and p-MI> on a .'IU HorsePower ( C. nresj>ondpno.. t.ndei.Jlaf!{ ftreaJn.. ", ,,' <, ... : '. .' .
KXS1L.IGE SOU'l'/I EJI II1(". Send for our price* In-fore j>urcliajin at.le; IUI.I xu C'HAWn: *"" MTrefer ; ;
FOll ,
THE ;! :n.rfl\t"JI.; (lins, I t'l'Slot'M. Haw nndIrist J XT .'" Olrr.\JX'w' ';" ,) It.. iT . {
TI e bjrli ,( ; I1MIuail general ( any by |*rniMuu to IheCitv .P,..*f fur.l'IUi'llSUI J1JNUlNU "
r f.the 5J>te" f preservation of We arc Manufac-tureri*' Agent*, fUw-tt'T. tilltl tu .tile ul..til1h ...It-lJt '.,r 111 : ...J ,,,.1.1X0 tu S kt'ii"ollc..
( ;
months OTage .Ir e 11116 "*tuck during the winter and guarantee .att..ruiiun In ou.ility ami I'l..tCJUkt' Money rdr Division; in Wu hIngton. < .M. II..; .'e, on'ei' ", .,;,;;, ;;, :; I'V.I''I'1 ;

are, that it is thought to be exm>n. i.rice.. WALKKU: : LOU)). I'orfiH.vial refi-rvuw, circular It' '".." (.,." ?" \'Iin ,
ive -.er.
r and
that the* U enou h ret'n paljo S'o. 135 Mcc-iiiu fctrevt. Wii-t *liMe near vic'to. teniH, t tc,, uddrtito "

turage ( Lblllab1e'withuut it, u to the u. Charleston HuU-l. Charleston H, C1. C. A. SN'OW A. CO,. PLonll). l\'I.'nion_

Ittwe: the most 'intlh>llt and l'raetlc-ll April 0, ISSt-- tnu :i-tf Opp.putt-m oiliiv, Wu..hingtuii.: 1),C, octu; <<\

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'; :1 : hold l their against! all corner". Last (1;mu;;;,!I. IIIUEC'l'Oltl': .
: I TJll: rnEJfcn NrfTIUN.ILI'1sTL' own : "I f \KKIl tXt'STY. I I I Assessor of. Taxes-Thomas Barco, Cotton

l i To the Editor of the Mirror :' year the enormous triumphal arch at tin 1t..IC. Slates C'UIlII''I.TIII1lc-H. I). Davis, Sanderson: Plant. '
\ O/peers
t'" 1 .,. PARIS, PRINCE, July 25, 1881. top of the avenue represented, M. Ktmbcttr. ., Cltrk-F. J. fans, Sanderson. I ISIlerffU. Vollectoof Kcvcnuc -Frederick N. Foy,
I, tNn OFFICK, O.UNKHVILLK.nr : Ocala.
( C. Herndon Sanderson.
]It has been marked+ by more than one historian giving his hand to an amnestied, .Comma Martin
( \t, I' Superintendent of Schools- C. ,
< ( A. Hamcs, Gainesville.\ A" f ; that the ilog days seem to have exercised nl '
r a powerful influence over the mind IN his remarks to tho members of tin Sitnei/or-Gcnrrnt/ .... Malachi 1 Martin: Tallahassee Collector of JlercHiie-Richard Kennedy, 1 MONROE COUNTY.County .
Paris Darbyville.KiipcHntaulcitl. / Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Iey'l.! .
\ and temperaments of the people of American Institute of Instructions at .St. Al
M TIUCT t'OfHT. of Schools-.\. J. W. Cobb VrrJt-Pcter T. Knight, Key West.
Dr. J. I.f.:
having the Rev
most of their revolutions bans Wednesday
important ,
,? Olustcc. /rrJJ'-Gcurge( (j> A, Demcrritt, Key West
educational ,7rt f/* -Tlioinas Settle, .1/H'kstH n'i 111'.
of the Peabody
occurred beneath the fierce rays of a. !summer Curry, agent Assrisor of T'i.tes Walter Maloney[ Jr.
1 fund, speaking with a full knowledge of cdu' f m sun. We arc favored to-day with true rational progress and needs in the South, C'rrkI'hilip'alter, Jacksonville.1NTKU.VAI Judge-J. II. Richard, ]Providence,) Key West!

j'. July weather. The bright blue sky is undimmed urged] with much earnestness the ncccssitj: : 11KVKME.Dcnnii : : :. Clerk-Heiirv F. York, Like Itutlcr.Khcriff Collector nf ficvenuc--Walter C. Maloney,

,1 by single cloud, and the heat, i It of government schools: there aid in founding Before the and war, maintaining there' Cdrv'tor- ) )Kagatt: .J nck'loll! ,.ilil'. Assuror of W.TI/.1'C8-W./ Tumblin C. Wulnwri, Starkc.ht, Lake Jr S"lcdllfcllrlellluj'Sdtwls-.1., Key Nest! 1 V. Harris, Key

must be confessed, Is rather too excessive to wore: "universities, academics, and private t'Or.tKCTOIW: OP CUSTOM' Butler West

.-" ., be qualified comfortable, but the population schools enough, but common educational facilities John W. IIowt-11, )Fcrmindina.IMwurd r.lrrifJlif Ilcvcnne-Itunberry HaynesSanta :NASSAU COUNTY.

never wore a. more peaceful and orderly for the (poor were entirely wanting Hopkin"! Jacksonville.: :\ Fe.tiiiMriifrndcnt. County Jud'jc-Hinton J. Baker, Feniandina. '
Ilppenrnncc. The streets arc crowded with There was nothing corresponding to a pub. John.F. House, St.! Angustino.J. I t f SeIQ'H4-L. It. Rhodes] .
t f lie school system. Now every state has its M. Currie, Cellar Key Starke. Clerk-J. .\. I'M yards Fcrnandina.
:f holiday folks, bent on making the most oC school law, and taxes! are laid, to !support IlIn\\IW: COUNTY SllcrW'-l'cI'r: Cone, 1 Fcrnundina.

.?j'., the di\y. The fourteenth of July i is esscnll!. public Schr, ds.! These are paid for the most Stair OfllcorM. County Jndf/e-James A. :McCrory, City Assessor of Tares-Win. II. Garland, Fer-

I h ally the people's festival. Other classes! that willingly, and encouraging progress has Point. nandina.
"1 rallied to the Republic honor and keep been made; out there is, anil, without government KXIX'CTIVn: : KKPAHTMEST. UI'rk-\. A. Stewart Titusville. Collector of J"t'IICrnrTl'n" / F.Scott: Fer-"
havp aid there will bo for years, a lack (Im'efH'ir\\"11H.. II10x ham, Tullnliasso.Leute \: ...IIISet"Iof Tmcn, -Wallace R. Closes, feor-! nandina.Superintendent.
)l' "J it too?hut the working orders treat it with of teachers! school houses, and apparatus: >i'nit-wcfii' f-]A\lnfftni\. Ileth- gum na. / of SC/Ole-W/ .\. Mahoney,

especial ,'enerationl\IlIl tho efforts which The Peabody fund, the income: of which i- cl, Key West.Mvrctary Collector; of Ilrrcnnc--F. )r. Platt, Lake Jes- Callahan.

they make to render full justice to the grand used for educational purposes in the :South. of Nttitc-Jn\m\ I.. Crawford, TalC sup, Orange County. ORVNOKCOUNTY.County .
/ l' In amounts to $3..VJO.fXMi.: )( Outside! this more laha.'l."I'l' Superintendent o!f Scfiools-A, Orad,)'. ki Ju astonishing.
] of the
r day year are really than $(}yWO.OOO) has been given by the North <>n>]>tr 'w: the ordinary boulevards] and streets housesare for the same purpose, but "mere taxation 1i'w'I'cr-Hcnry .L'Kncjlo: Tulluha.s.i\ (>c. cItY COUNTY. Sheriff--Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.

.", tastefully decorated], tri-color Hags natu and beneficence arc not enough, says 1 Ir)", Allf/l'y-Gcl/t'/-Ol'orgc( > ( P. Nancy, Talla\ County Jitdi/e-,1. T. Copeland Orange Assessor of TU.KS-James M. Owens, Fort

;: rally occupying I ho post of honor. The average Curry. The illiteracy there is "appalling.: hassee.Cvinntiiifl'Hirr. Turk Reid Fla.Collector.
thinks that he has done his to use his: word, which, indeed, was sufficientlv of Isintt*-Hugh .\. Corley.Tallahassee. Clerk-O. A. Ituddington, Green Cove of Jaclllle-Xat. Poyntz, Orlando.
: i", ] well known before to all who watched :-3prin; M. Superintendent, of Schools-John T. Becks
: duty when he has displayed a couple of specimens the discussion on the Hunmidcbill! last Winter tin]>crntcintt'tit! of 1'iiMlc Iiixti-tn-tion; -I K.: K. Sheriff James W. DcWitt, Green Cove Fort Reid. .

\,. of the national colors, relieved, per or have rend: Judge Tourgco's:' written Foster, Tallahassee. Springs PUTNAM COUNTY

haps, by a Chinese lantern or tw'o.' The views on the need of schools in tho South. .AtljtititHt-dcnrml.:. Yongc, Tallahassee: :! Assessor of Tajrett(-Win. Conway, Kingsley. Jndre of Pfou"lc-B. Harrison, Palatka.
The fact that there arc :Wf.UOO( ) white anti, IIL'UKAU OF IMMIfilUTIOX. Collector of ICI't'IIIlC'VIII.. :S.:; Plummer, Cle'k-\V.' 1"'. Forward, Palatka. '
OUITUT, however, docs not content himself SIU.OOO)( colored tIIil'rate'ol'r..'! In the South; n.IJIIII.RifJlle/-A; A. Robinson, Tallahassee Maxville.Superintendent. Sheriff-Thomas :-Ihall)'.

\ with such a tame show, and it is to what arc making ,13 )per cent, of the ('lItiro'ote of of Schools-:M.[ F. Geiger, Assessor I -..-... I',.. Timmons. ,.I.
f, that section is in itself tolerably strong argument Clerk-}l. C. Tallahassee.fyfcml .
termed, the t/uartiert excentriquct; that one Long, :Middleburg. Collector' of Revenue+ -Joseph Price.
for some such ,, 'stl'lIof national Agents! -:Samuel Fairbanks. Astor .
Superintendent of / "UUrSchools- .J.Y..
must turn to form anything like an adequate ('ol.t: I1I1.\ COUNTY.
aid as: that proposed in the Burnside! bill Huildinjr, Jacksonville ; I). S. Place, Waldo.HITPKKMK Strickland.
idea of the capacity of this people for According to the !statements of the llcv. A. : tonir.ClilifJiifttre : County Judyc-W. M I. Ivc! Jr., l like City. TAYI.OU COUNTY.

tasteful and original decoration. The nar- I). Mayo, who followed Dr. Curry in giving Clak-John Vin/.ant, Jr., Lake City.
K. )[. Randall .Ta 'ks C'OIwl".TIll1JC-\Y.[. Parker l'erTJ.S" .
the teachers of St. Albans some 1'1'IIltsofhig ( ( itvllle.Asnrintc Sheriff ]. W. Perry Lake City. ,
rower Ihetr'cet,, or lIme the better does it recent ohsen'atinnsamongtheschoulyill! : the Justice-J. Wcstcott, jr., Tallahassee. Assessor if Tare.L.V. Rivers Lake City. ('/'/(Thomas Osteen, Perry.

]lend itself to careful and elaborate ornamen- South; there is: a most! inviting field, there Collector of Tures-3. 1.. Parish, Lake City. Clerk-John Calhoun, l'<'TlT.

.. (aliens. Traffic there is little or none, and a for educational effort The }people are in a .Lssocbrlcluetiec-it. B. Valkenburgh, Superintendent, ofS'c/wig/-JuliusI'otsdatiter/ 1 i Superintendent of Sctool-T. J. Franklin,
mood to welcome) heartily short to make Jacksonville. Lake City. Perry.County.
i barrier hastily constructed ]leaves the inhabitants any
s the condition of their children, better' than Clerk(C.' II. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY.CiummtyJndgcWilliam. T/t.ofI''r-D.! -3uttOI1l'l'rrr.: .

I undisputed masters,of the ground before their own, and to help on the work. Poor CIKCU1T JUDGES. A. McLean, Jack County l/rt'CI'Ol'-n. N. Cox. Perry.

j' their doors. Then they set to work families are making great 'Ia'ri//iccs to give First, ('i/'cllt-AIIJ.II.'Itus; K. liaxt'elI,1'en- sonville. Collector }of' Taxes RevenueAssessor S.-II. Peacock .
p with a will. The dismal thoroughfare, the their children an education, and white girlsin sacola.' Clerk. -Thomas Ituckman, Jacksonville.lirriff Perry.ST.

dark court, arc transformed, as if by tho the South evince a strong desire! for higher Sfcond Circuit-David, S. \V'alker'l'mtlhthassee .... ( -Uriah Itowdcn, Jacksonville. JOHN'S COUNTY.
J instruction. Normal schools arc greatly Assessor of TIl.res-\ J. Prevatt, Jacksonville mll/'l./l/d1t-\1.: [; R. Cooper, St. Augus-
into oasis of smiling -
wand of the magician an
t t. needed for the training of tpathl'rs.-X'II Third e'rrut-K ,Vann, JIadison. tine.
E bowers, decked with verdure and brilliant York Tlmet. 'unrth' Circuit-Jamr-s, 1[I. 1 taker, Jackson Collector of Rt'I'CIIIC8CIC J. Brown, Cl<'rk-Bartolo j,'. OlixcroM, Augustine..

with banners, colored ]lamps, festoons! T -- ville.l'"tfth 1 Jacksonville.Superintendent. Sheriff-Ramon Hernandez, St.; Augustine
of variegatedpaper, and a hundred pretty TiiiTsiix roit IHHI." ; Circuit-James It. Dawkins! (;Sainesville. ( of Schools-Albert J. Russell Assessor of Taxes-David L. ]Dunham. St.
Jacksonville. Augustine.Collector/; :
j trifles. It Is really touching to see how tenderly : reads] the SUM. In the edi S.rlh ifrnit-JI.. L. JlitchclI1'anspa.: II UII L TOX COUNTY / of Jit'ten>f'-Joseph: 1'" Llambias,

the poor bring out their trophies to EVERYBODY: : newspaper! throughout the! Sam, lit ('il'cllitrehl'r Cockc, Sanford, County Judye-Henry .Stewart: J.us-j.er. :St. Augustine.Superintendent.
enhance the beauty of the scene, how carefully year to cOllie everybody will find : tlcJ Caldwell, Jasper.Sheriff of ,': 'tool.1-t' ]1'. Perpall.
-' they arrange them one by one, and I. All the world's news, so presented, that Court C'liloudtir. -J.lmes Jl. Diincun, Jasper.Assessor :St.; .\ugusl c lIl'. ,
the reader will get the greatest! /\ of 't'MfF.lrl'ors'rY.I -
T"J'.f-.T. R. Ancrum.
h'l1Ial1 when of
; how patiently they wan I they information with tho least unprofitable/ expenditure FIRST CinCUIT.Jill Collector of laClwt-\V. II. II. McLeod, Cuudylmlyr.-llcnrySussslyl.e, :; (''huro, ,
w.i are in their places: and make one alteration of time and eyesight. The Nun \ / Term- Columbia ClI1ty."l'l'I'illetfclle; Clerk-Thomas: J. Ivey, Ixesburg.Sheriff' .
a after another, until the tout ensemble, is per 'long ago discovered 1 the goittl'lIl11l'an between :Santa Ro :u, :2d ilonday: in October. b' / oJ'.rllOols-Jo H. Roberts ( =J. S. Dyches, Leosburg.Assessor .
small is redundant fill I neKstind unsatisfactory I brevity Walton, 4th :Monday in October. Ancrum. of Tajres-G. P. Wall, Webster.
fect. Then, too, wherever a square : ,
II. Much of that sort of news which\ depends Holmes! Wednesday after lilt Monday Collector licfenuc-John \\'. Dychc*,
formed by tho meeting of a few streets, e8- less upon its recognized importance t in (October. HKIINVNINI COUNTY.County Leesburg.: .

trades have been raised, from which bands than upon its interest to mankind.: Fromnorning Washington: : Monday: after Ith :Monday[ + Judyc"'. I.. Frier on, Itrooksvillo. Superintendent of Schools-.\. C. Clarke

1v of musicians or plpularpcakers,, may delight to morning the SHU prints a con- in October iSumterville.\
tinned story of the lives of men and women, Jackson! :'M, Monday\ : after 4th :Monday in ( 1l'1'k-J. C. I. ,\\'. Itrooksville.Sheriff .
the assembled crowd. ': available "UW.\:": : COUNTY
Every Ot tober. -J. 11. Mickler llrooksville.Assessor \ .
and of their deeds, plans, loves, hates trou ,
patch of ground has been brought into service tiles This: story is: more varied anti] more Esramhia,1st: Monday: ; in December. of Tiires Frank K.Saxon: \ Itrooksvillc. County. / Judye! -)r. )[. Blackburn, Live

today, the result being that the inhabitants interesting than any romance that was ever This untended section 2 of act of February ) Oak.
dl'vlged. JO, 1870: and does not change\ the. Collector of lleveiiuc-P.r.. Towni'1cl\I t, Cerk-I A.. Reid, Live Oak.
of each 'separate' district cunf' so disj : ., .
tle" "t'rljf-Jolln 1,. Sessions Livehmk.
MIL Good writing in every Column; and :Spring: Term. 1. ltrook villc.Stii \ .
'I j>!osed, enjoy themselves to their l heart's: 'don- freshness, originality, nl'CIII'al'11I111 dceo- TIIIHD ('Wl'l:IT. / >erntendent of He/lOo/s-H. II. Thrasher, ..ls"I'sSIol Tares-W. II.[ Session! Wei-

tent, without wandering far from their basis rune in the treatment of every subject.IV. &l,rimj! Tt'I'lII- Fort )))1I11l'. born.
Honest; comment. Tho Sung habit is 1st after 1st Monday in Collector of RcvenHo-Robert" Allison,
of operation. The most popular gatherings! Taylor, Tuesday : : Jllr.I"nOHot'l COUNTY. Live Oak.

arc tho balls; that are being held in the open to speak} out fearlessly! about men and things April.) County .Jndije-II. L. Crane, Tampa. Superintendent of .SrlwQfiJ-J.. C. Jones,
\ Equal: candor in dealing with each political Madison[ \ :2d l Monday ill April.Hamilton Clerk-\\'iC.. Brown '1'1111
pa. Live Oak.
streets, three or four at least in each urron- ;
party, and" equal readiness to commend 4th Monday: in April. IIaJJ'-D.( L-aac Craft, Tampa.
f, disscmcnt, and at which the votaries of Terpsichore what i is }praiseworthy or to rebuke Suwanee, 1st :Monday after 4th Mondayin ..lso'lIsoif Tuxes-S. K. Sparkman Tani[>a. vor.nJ.'OUXTY.:

will disport themselves! until long what is blamable in Democrat or Republi April.\ Collector of JleeenurW./ F. Ituns, Ttimpa.Superintendent (1oullty.Tlld/t-Jalllei: II. Chandler, Enter .
z can. Columbia, all :Monday after 4th Monday: of Schools-W.P. I Hendersonl'umpa. prise.
after to-morrow has dawned. Fairs athletic
VI. Absolute independence of partisan in April Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.
Tt sports-the latter rather unseasonable organizations, but !unwavering loyalty to Lafayette, Oth Tuesday after Him Monday ( JEFFEllSOX.: Sheriff W. A. Cone! Enterprise .
Democratic The Sun, bc- Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson Enter- .4
.tt amusement! in this! tcml'craturo-concertll:, Iruo principles' in April. ,
balloon ascents illuminations |!C\CH that the govern sucut which the constitution F all 1't'I'lIt- County Judye-], 11. Christie; : Monticello.fiheri'd' prise.
Mi j processions! gi\'l'lui: is a good one to keep. Its Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in :-T. it. Simkins Monticello.\ Collector of J'Velwe-John B. Jordan, De-
"' < and fireworks, such are the general features! notion of duty is: to resist to its utmost October. 'INI'-w. C. Bird Monticello.[ Land.

} of a. programme which the mayors: in each Power[ the efforts of men in the Itepublican :Madison, :2d I Monday: in October. Superintendent of SdwJV.. R. Taylor] Superintendent/ / of Sdwols-A. Cranshaw,.

district have done their utmost to render a 'party to set up another form of government Hamilton, 4tli Monday in October. Monticello. I Enterprise.

,k ; ti l' success. It would be impossible to attempt in place of that which exists The year: 18M1and Suwauutee,1st: Iulltltylnl'r, 4th Monday County 1'I'C''ItIll'C'V. if. fJirardcau.: Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY. .
the immediately following will III October. icello.Collector.
J years County J/llfJe-\V. A. Giles! : Crawfordville.
,a: the enumeration of the "events": that are probably decide tho supremely impoiUuit Columbia: Monday after 4th Monday; o(' Jlcentuc-Joseph,; Palmer, }ton- Sheriff-W. II. Walker, Crawfonl villc.

: taking place in every corner of l't rit: to-day. contest The Sun believes that the victory October.\ icello. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
will be with the people as against! the rings LarattHth after Him Assessor of Tiucs-3. 1' Grantham \\ nl1.
C The Temps, the largest paper published here, Tuesday Monday: Superintendent/ of Schools'-W. 'r. Duval
for monopoly, the rings for plunder, and ill October eenah. Crawfordville.
,. \ : abandoned, in utter despair, the idea of recapitulating
the for imperial
rings power. LAFAYETTE COUNTY.
foi'UTU CIRCUIT: County Treasurer-W. Walker, Craw-
( .:i j thl'lIaU, fno or two of the Our terms are as follows\ : S/II'"II Term,- CountiJudye, -W. J. Dixon, New Troy. fordville.

; 7 f most interesting features may, however, bet For the Daily Sun, four-page sheet of :St. John's :2d Tuesday March. /terW-TlltJmas J. Walker, New Troy. Collector/ of R'lIut-\\ 11. Walker, Craw-
mentioned with the simple premise that twenty-eight columns, the price by mail, C'buy.4th'I'ucsday in'll1rch.. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. brdville.Attestor.
put[ -paid, is M cents a month, or $rt.50( a Kradford l I"t Tuesday in April Superintendenof&houla-J.C.RamseyNew ( of TauB-e. R. ]Reynolds, Craw-
Paris vast and that human
a city, no creature the
year ; or, including Hlln"ptpl'r, nn I5aker 2d: Tuesday in April. 'roy.C'oinUy. for vitle.
I (1 enjoys tho gift of ubiquity. eight-page sheet of lin '-!ol* column: the Nassau:! :Tuesday in April.Diivul Trl'fL.wrer-J. M N. Peacock, New -S S "

One of the greatest boons offered today price is (i) cents a month, or 7.70) a year, 1st TUl'IIIin, May.Full [ 'roy. < G. F. AVERY,

a post-paid, 1i'/'I11- Collector! of Rtt'elulC-Newton: Sapp, New
to the population is tho performance gratis(
The Sunday: edition of the Sun is also, furnished -
:St. John's :2il! Tuesday in September. Troy.Assessor
of favorite pieces by many of the principal t separately for $l.'J'l year, post-paid., : \ C Clay, 4th Tuesday in September.: (:l Tuxes-..\. Ackley, New Troy.
,. ? theatres, headed by the Grand Opera. and The price of the'eekly\\ eight pages, Bradford I. l I.4'1'ucsday in October. .
the Theatre Fruitful: The doors were open Ifty-six columns $1 1rl'nr, post-paid. 1 taker, :2d! l Tuesday in October. C.'llvrd Tallahassee.Sheri1 LIVERY
\\ .
For clubs\ of ten fending) $10 we will "send County Jwlye ,
at 1 p. m., and it was an amusing sight top an extra copy free.Address .' Nassau. :IVl Tuesday in October -*.\. Moseley, Tallahassee.Clerk CARIU.OESXD WAGONS "
E witness the people forming the queues/ at the I. W. EXGLAXD: Duval, Tuesday in Xovember.F1KTII U. A. Bryan, Tallahassee To and from Steamers and Trains.COXTRACTS .

s jKjrtals of each of those temples: of art, and Publisher of The ."i/l/I. CIRCUIT SUJH'illlewleut of Schools-Henry N. Felkel] FOR HAULING ETC.:

t patiently waiting, like the IVri at the gate, _39!! ___ __ .. w.Ylrkl'itr. tfjiriny' TermSumtcr, ;5d-:Monday in March. 'fu t InIJa.oeIC'C.rl'II'i'er.T./ L. Demilly. Tallahassee.Collector FOR SALE : '

r until their turn for admission should come. I'.)st-0/Jiec' Abffrr.Office Marion: lIhonlti'r: [ in :March. of 11rt'enueC.! I'ean-e, Tallalassee. HORSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS.;

i Very respectable crowds they were, too, and Hours+ -Prom 8:00: .\. M. to i ( Assessor Taw t-H.! A. Croome, Tullahas- 1 "TERMS C.\.Hlf.;tisrOtlice
Money Orders: and Registered U-t tew from March of
j' as quiet and orderly as possible.: The Hallcs
8.00 to 1.00\ and from 4th in and Stable--First Street, near
; A. z1 : P.M. ; :2.00; p. M.tu Levy, Tuesday after 4th Monday l ee.
always well to the front on such occasion as 3:150: I'. :M. Sundaysfaun 10:.';) to llio::\ A, M.AK1UVAI. :March.Alaihua, LEVY cut'XTY.CUUllt Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf'

? I this, have by no means belied their celebrity AMI MsTUtrUKK OF TUB MULrt.Northern \lont1ayul1l'r4Ih: Monday[ ; in !! Judne-W. H.Scbring, Bronson; --- -- .. .. -

f to-day. Tho decorations<< are simply superb, Mail" -Arrixes: daily nt 10:25:: .\. M. March. Clerk-J. :MItareu, Dronson. Stoves. <<, and Tinware. -
Closes 5:00: I) \'. M. /',/// TermSuniter-. ."/uTiff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.
; and the "dames not content with
oneS Extra Mail, : 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Ta.ttlI..ouiippelJ, Bronson.CUleitor W. NTREETY
dance, are doing the honors of two. In the For jKiints north of :Savannah Marion, ad; Monday in October.. of Rtt''lwe-J. Im Gore, Cedar Second Street ,

J I fourth arrondissemcnt the Hue St. AntoinoU I onlv, ('\\se .10:00 R. :M. Putnam TueMlav In Xovember. :tfVtSufMriHtendeut. opposite the Post-Office,
Cedar Key and Transit RailrwdArrives. I Levy" 4th Tuesxlay in Xovember. of Schools-J. 11. Mt-nden- \
decorated with tho banners of the divisions .,! .
.................. ..................... 4.00: I'. M..loHes .tlachtra,1st Monday after 4th Tuesday.. iuXovember. hull, Hron ()J\. ; 5--'::: ':=- .
of tho quarter that played a part in the (.' ......................................... 8:45.: A, M. \DISOX COUNTY. '=;5. ?
I t capture of the Hostile, St. Marguerite, Cupudua sal\ Florida SKVESTII CIRCUIT.
t' -R. M. Wither.-: Madi-
Judye poon
I' tin Murals, llluncs Manteau, and so on. .&: \ I'. M, ttpriwj Tc'rmOl"o1ng p" County

This I is the most interesting and attractive ('lone!* .... :5,00; p. M. (', 4th Monday in January. son.fiheriff: M. Hankins, )Madison
Jacksonville- ::::I. Johut River Volusia. 34l 1 In February.llrevanl. ,
spectacle.: In front of the bazaar of the .Vrrives.10:1: .') A, M. :OO) r. M. Monday Monday: in March. Clerk John M. Begs" Madison
Schools E. S.
Hotel do Ville Is gigantic triumphal arch, Closes ...10.00; p. M. 3.00: J'. M. Dade, 3d Monday in April. S Siifterlntcndeut of Tyner,

.' which It has taken a. good week to erect, and St .1[(",,', and Trader't Hill Mail- F tlt Term- Mucltson.CuIll[ Tffuurer-8. 8. Smith, Madison
.Vrrives Tuesdays and Fridays! ut :2:150:: r. M. Orange, 2!ti Monday in August", Y
with the In. ltere M, II. Warring Mad- r ',4py
which I U embellished following Collector of >uto YKi':
Clones Mondays and Thursdays at 8.00; A. N. Volusia :!Monday: in September.

!script ion : Hommagedu Quaiticr: St. Meria St. JirwV (,'a., oy- llrevanl., Monday[ In September.Dade son.Assessor of Tajcet-It. D. "'I\I wortht Madson. .
: la Republique." Thetjuartier Lit in is profusely .\rriVltulltb: }'1i and Thursdays at *:.00 A. M.Tuesdays :2d Monday in November. .
the .t and Fridays! ut :2:150: 1'. MV'eln'Mlay'sanaSat'da's .
decorated students I
keeping tho
\ ut D.OO .\. M.Tuesdays .
festival with their wonted dash and spirit. l.ln.i Wednesday.. County tlfllrerN.VLUIH.V County Judye .Z. T. Crawford), Manatee. .

The Sorbonut', the I.'l cs, Pantheon, Lux Fridays and Saturdays at 2:'>0 p .M. COl'XTV. <'lcTk-Hol.Jt.'rt K. Griffith, Manatee.Sheriff .

embourg and Observatory are brilliantly illuminated !S.ML 1'.1GunELL,1'. M.rrlvate I. t-U""I1 Jm//e-Junius C. Uanlner, (Jaiucsville. ".\. Watson, Pine Level.
Tojrtf 8. J. Ilradentown
Aror "f -- Tyler STOVES;
-------- --- -- -- -- HEATERS, RAXGERS. i
to-night, and the coup d'MU Bit- School. Collector of t"'eJut'-lfarion G. Carlton,
Clerk-J. .\. (HirlUlc, Ualnesyilltf.Sheriff .
perb. The place cU fMlo18 adorned witha Mrs[ It. Alexander: will (ll'cn tll'rma-| { { John "'. Turner, JJainrsville.Aurtmr \ l'opa..h. : TIN AXD ShIEi: T-IRON WARE

fine rcpoiior, surmounted with a statue of icnt lmflvateselull. in the ll.1ptht duiixh: \ '>if iff* 4Se >rjC \Hawthorne[ ,,u/eriulculrrd Level ofShools-1'elix J. Seward, IOOF1NQ 1 AND GUTTERING(},

I the Republic by Lenoir. The Luxembourg the Itith of May[ and solicits u generous Hawthorne.Jleettr fine MARION COUNTY, PUMPS, DRIVES: WELLS, ETC.
ban of public ivatronae. Terms liberal t\ tf Renate-4t. Thomas+, (iainoille -
Garden; however, h severe In it* simplicity. Apply at the svhool ruom Ix-twin-n tlnhourit' \' rtiunt-t Jttd'je Samuel F Marshal, tcala. A large stock Stoves on hand. Give mea i

In the ninth arrondissemcnt the Avenue H 1\. 11I.31\.11 )>. mm,. Sy.rrlsfraleut r 1 .'kA.Nlr-\\. :Shouts". Clerk--R>>U-rt llulWk' O.oula. call and compare my prices with those! of

Trudaluo and! the. 'cr hwrll1 stnvU still 1"tltl.LJI! May! 8, i1-.1m.. t.laiucat lilt'. a "f'ri.ff11.. CrutehtleM,.(knla. ,. yt her houses, lure cwterc.'l'H .
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economical i oic J.880. ,
the most
3tULcin\o' OUAXGJ: TIl118 farmers of France ( "1
country in the world except: Chinn) have : : JIOIWIJ: CONTAIVIXO
in nn article in your Issue of June found (ft to be by far the cheapest means by AllKSIHAlIU Closets, front 1'iazza, : \ \,, ?', .
the nil-
c [Dt. 7., II of, mulching Mason calls in question trees as n menus which food con be )preserved fur stock. The large Yard, Orange, JA'nwlnnll Unnana : :} ;\, ;:
vantage orange ,
and curing maize / title etc.
actual cost of harvesting Trees Cl'ntrnlh'II'lItl.lnIJ .
article would .
[bf;culture. From this one at It francs, or at this :";"/j"i? '
ensilage is there estimated For further particulars, inquire rT1 E. ., '
Intro. H : ;
he of recent -. .
[conclude this practice to & :
methods ;tO cents per' ton, and the cost' of raising the ollice. '1'tfAdierlisomeiilN. 'f ,:h'' 'j"-, .'
;p Iduction, an imitation of Northern in crop we know to be not over $l.f>0 per acre, I -.- ...- .. .. -- ..- .- -- v,
land its usefulness miestionablc orange without manure. land in the South that 1.'Jnl << ,

{Ct tture. It has, on the contrary, originated produces 13 bushels of corn will yield 2m) _.._ ____._. I '
[With our oldest' grower ; is the result! of tons of cured ensilage: the total cost' of III .Insure**, ('ourl.

[practical experience,contimini and Is being) generally which will be about $lo.rl 0 or $11. Now thisI : ;! OF FLOIMUA, .
[adopted after long experiment I than two horses' STATl COUNTV.
[iiasdemonytrnh'ditspracticnb1ltt'. The doe supply' of forage is moro NASSAU
surface can (eat in six months, nnd if even one-half To C. A. )U'illi'niiison ami 1I';(':- 'Yon arc .
,: [torts to mulchinga liability, producing to injury from the quantity of the corn now fed is i also!' added, hereby notified that writ of attachmenthas .

I. aid.>t and The increasing more feeding roots a tree has the which will \>c nmple, the total cost of feedIng been issued against you, nnd 1 your p property I

cater will be its vigor As the orange is them for such n length of time will be attached, to satisfy the> tll'matHI of Charles 'FLORIDA MIRROR

jnturnllv n surface' feeder, these roots must about $-'K.r:J >0, or $3.'.'1 each i)er month Under .\ngel, amounting to $:"'0ow, tnkss. you

iiccessnrlly be surface roots ; and by cncour- the present\ system of feeding corn und mull ni'ear' before ,J. A. II'rmal\n, 1\ .IllS' ". '.
I''', hug their formation, mulching i is really ucnctit fodder, the expense of each )horse is about :thee of t the\ Peace In and for sail (Counh', nt _

1 '' to the tree. It also obviates the ne- $i.rlQ per month. his ofllce at Fcmnndina, 1la., on tho With to ,
ssity of cultivation by keepingdown weeds The assertions' that there is enough\ green das' of August!' t\. D. 1431 1, nt l 10( o'clock n.nt.,

nd grass ; renders the soil more porous and }pasturage to be had in the South without judgment will be rendered ngninst: you. .

Friable than hoe or plow : and not withstanding : the introduction of ensilage' are refuted by CLHU(11: ; +::1., .

the roots are near the surface, protects the bare fact that there is: no preen: grass t to Plaintiff.I'M ;. r. .' "

t the trees in drouth by retaining moisture be fiUlHll\ortlt of Florida after the month _1"l'I'II:1IlIlin:1.-- ...... .... ..., Lt.Icon2tt.I..-., -- l. .
of November and the blue of Kentucky ..
grass -- --
from above and drawing it from below. The '
and Virginia, that lives nil winter, is!' Ill ,.Iiislh'O, C'ourf. : "
{force of the f first objection i is therefore not -----STE I lVX--- :
I apparent. There might be liability to injury frequently covered by snow, and more or )less : OF FI.OIUHA.: >.. :. ': ". .

f from freezing if the mulching came in contact inaccessible to farm stock. If the farmers STATK COUNTY OF) NASSAU ,
; with the tree When I'ruperlappllrd, of the South will ask! themselves the question 7'd C. A.I U'llllnmimii and \lI'ifYnn\ urn

[ however, a space is left around the trunk, J)'llIIr animals! have: any grl'clIholl hereby) notified that a writ of; attachmenthas

the mulch being spread outside the radius b'tw'elktobl'r and April, the answers: of been i issued\ against you nnd your properly -
of the branches 'I following from nn experienced nine out of every ten\ will Ile "No." attached, to satisfy t the demand of James

nnd successful grower i is n practical !i- Farmers now frequently feed their horses K.: 'Mcdd.iugh and\ Wife, nmonnting toaivs: .
and mules on oafs, amid find it cheaper than shall before J. A.
reply to the points raided: via :; Now, unless you appear !
"It has been urged that mulching makes: corn and fodder ; but one horse requirement, ]EII'rmanl1.u'.lu..til'l' of the Pence in anti for

an orange tree tender and more liable to be, (least ten bushels of oats per month, which said County, at hisollleentFernandinn\ : Fla., -
;: killed by a freeze Believing statement of are worth about .f('-nearly double) what it : on the :'Ttli day of Aligust, ISM I. at 10 o'clock -1-=

.i sc-- this kind, I was kept from mulching for Is: asserted by those who practice it. in Ku a.m., judgment will be rendered against you
nearly three years Then I only bean by a rope, the ensilage system would cost.-AVw J.I 1 K.: MF.DDAniH) VMI: \\'Jlo'J.:,

trial of a few trees at f first. I am satisfied by I York Cotton.SILK Plaintiff.Fernandina i .

careful experiment and observation that no j : Fla., June Uo, 11\1'11.|

harm can come to trees on that account if CULTVUI: ix Tin: () V1'lI. -.--- --------- 1,0
applied. Old trees trees In Juslirc'N, C'ourl.STATK .
properly : anll'otmg .\ few months ago nn association was
trees just set out, and trees hearing five hundred formed in New Orleans for the p promotion of : OF FLOUIDA) ,

oranges each, have been alike benefited.Trees silk culture. Mrs. John-on, n lady well COUNTY OF) NASSAU:!
that were mulched last: winter came known in the literary circles, nnd for n longtime T;' (Jeorfff \JrMtl/lU-'You\ IIrt.lI'rhv notified
out of the freeze much better than those as one of the 'L'flt of public schoolteachers that \ writ of attachment has: been issued

that were without mulclling.nll now, established: herself wit ha smimlleulo ngain! von, and your nropeity attached, to
during the present dry weather whilst other ny of worms nt the Fair (rounds; in order satisfy the demand of "", U. Thompson, surviving !' ,

trees arc becoming yellow tool curling t the to be near the mulberry trees, which are partner: of Dickinson A: ('0", amounting I Ii Iy

leaf at mid-day, the mulched trees retain a plentiful there Her location there was: an to $i.tj.'.!.>. Now, unless you I shall appear I

dark green: and hlth'olor, nnd continue experiment in behalf of the association.: before ,J. A. Kllermann: n Justice of tho

growing right along/ Her totu}' was short, but furnished: encourag Pence in and for said County, at his office at i
"The objection that the roots come to the hug data by which to gauge the ultimate !success Fernandina, Fla." on the 20th day of August, f1 !$! I =ga .

surface and prevent after culture with the of the t assucmatiun.To A, I D. 1W1/ I, nt 10 o'clock n. m., judgment y.

plow or cultivator in olllcluenceof mulching women who would like to enter will I )be rendered! against you.

is: of little force. I do not think trees this new field, who have no mulberry trees, W. 11. THOMPSON, -
should bo plowed cultivated where mulch we would say that the leavesof the Osnge Surviving partner of Dickinson it Co.,

has been or would bo applied with advant! orange furnish a substitute for the mulberryas Plaintiff.

age. The hand-hoc is the only tool 1 would allow food. Worms fed on the Osnga orange Fernandina, Juno 18. 1881. td

near a growing orange tree, and, besides, will make silk but not of
as good quality NOTICE: or IX('ouI" i itTv'r N:
surface in like
any manuring manner causesthe
ns when fed upon the mulberry. The work
roots to develop at the top of the ground. of setting; out young trees!' of the white inul- -
The.few feeding roots that arc cut off in a },err\'. which is the best vnrictv. should ho TTXOWJ.lJ MiN BY THKSK: 1'HEM- .
( good: hoeing, no more injure the health anti attended .'- 1.'.\'I',!. Tint WI'. r.v. v.in i ir .. ''. .
to at that in the .r.\
once, so course ofa \ j ,
life of the tree than a blight pruning of its year the worms could feed abundantly' dlriinni.,11'illiaun i ; Hawson;: \, : It i'iJv Duryee t :. .-"I\
leaves and branches." Thomn.s Kydd Calvin! Ji. Dibble ; :S'OOI ..A.N"X> .
upon their leaves. In this: country the humi Henry '" .. :
For some time orange growers have rec- berry tree grows so fast: that one year after K.. Dotterer, aunt 1 O. Stark, nil of the State of .
ognized the fact that clean culture during Florida, under mind in a'corllall'with tho ''t, '
planting the careful farmer can rear his: .. .. \ : ,
summer was injurious to the trees. To obviate crop} of worms, whereas in France, ho must: provisions of nn net of the State of Florida, .:':" ',:. .\. !
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this many methods have been resorted wait after planting five years for his trees to entitled "An act to Provide for I lie Creationof : ; .b. ;

to. Some have ceased cultivation during grow large enough to furnish food for the Corporations! nnd 1 to Prescribe their dencrul ('I'<&>-V,, *: ;:. :' .,
these months, allowing the weeds and grassto silt-worms.-Xew' York Cotton. : Powers and Liabilities," approved August :"'>1\tI.i)?,' ;";: '. '\,' ,..t.' ':;' :
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cover the ground. On the whole, this 8th, 180S, nnd an act of the Legislature "l> !i.... \. .. .
method has proved unsatisfactory. Some HICK of said Stnte, entitled "An nit to Kepenl an ":'l'.;':'; '
have planted cow-pens\ or other crop drawing act entitled an net to Provide for tho Creation ,
lightly UpOItI soil, ntlbrding shade 11SllI1mer \ of Corporations nnd i'to Prescribe their
and fertilizer in the fall ; this mode : JUNE: 14, 18.SI.-NO. 2t3,01i.( cameral; Powers and Liabilities/ and to Ue- JOB PRINTING

of culture, so highly praised by the doctor, An invention of '\particular Interest to our create and Amend the Mullahs! Repealed by HOUSE

is: practical and efficacious. Still others have Southern readers, also to those in India anti said net." approved March lllh, 187!>, do ,
mulched their trees to the China has just been Pntenteelhy
accomplish same t1rJoseplm hereby associate!! ourselves together ns! a corporate
result. Voyle of fainesville, Flu., United States of body under the name and style of
Th9 most common and least expensiveway Tho patented machine is cheap, TIm mUCH IIOTKL: AND I !lOA]) 'COM(

of mulching orange trees is to spread\ durable anti effectivo, easily. worked with 1'ANY. The principal place of business! of

dried or partially decayed vegetation, devoidof little power. Its t object, to enable the farm said Company shall be in t the City of Fernnndinu -
. woody fibre, around the trees at the cx- er to prepare his rice for home use with lit. "in the State of Florida.

w tremity of the branches. Grass, weed, tie trouble from day to day, without inconvenience II That the business of wild Company ,

straw pine needles, the undergrowth of the or loss Hi'lIn the rough will 'shall be to build and manage u hotel anil;I .. ,
pine woods, bagasse and similar substances keep for years uninjured cleaned) .;>
; freshly necessary accommodation Amelia ]leach, Beech Street :
are thus utilized. One or two cart loads to rice is much sweeter than that which is: kept, and to obtain the right of maintaining and I Opposite Egmont Hotel :: : 2 : .

t4 each tree, according to its size and the spaceto besides being subject to mould and insects collecting toll on road connecting the bench ,. ,' .
be covered, is sufficient. It should be when hulled ; hence the desirability of keep' with tho City of Fernandina. ..
spread\ upon a clean surface deep enough to ing it in the rough, or unhiilled state Thopeculiarity I II. That the capital stock of the Company "
prevent the growth of weeds and grass: The of this machine I is that the rice shall be ten t thousand\ : dollars, divided a

space between the mulching should be cultivated running through drops" out of the way of "into shares of one hundred I 1 dollars ench, .. I

in some; green crop to shade the incoming grains, so t that there is no long with ]privilege of stockholder) to subscribe "f" .
;: "
ground, and affording cither fertilizer or ndditional continued rubbing of cleaned rice with un- in (i) one-eighth, ((1)) one-fourth timid ((1)y) one- ", i':.
mulch When the mulching becomes cell 11 ctl. On account of tho various sizes of half chare-*-ten centum of nil 'r"-
per .
thin it should be removed and thespace rice'_. grains_." ,_ it. .is_ not. desirable" to. try.. to hull tions of stock to be paid.I when such subscrip rnhserip- : .:,. .
covered bIt should bo enlarged as tmeanly in one passing, Jilt to null PEENANBINA.
a portion Lions are made, and the leimilnder -; : 'FLORIDA.
.. as may ;
time trl'etllncrt\S in size. A or the largo grains the :
top dressing of pacing unhulled tie oruereq ny ino Hoard ol Directors of said ,', ..'." '. r .
lime, ashes or potash will hasten decay and again: through the machine, and repeating Company. : j-C .

quicken its action as a fertilizer, where this till all Is cleaned. In this way the rice is 1\', That the corporation hereby) created 1. :: ., ;,.;, : ,. !..,.}> t ..f ;J{'.<> ; : -\:.\ < : /; '.'...
result is desirable. The writer hay used not broken, and none i is ground into /flour. '" ,. ,. ,, i
shall date its ( .0'1.,1"1. \... ,, ,'ii. ;t .' .
'orpotatll'.dotcJce: : from (tho' ". '_ : "," ." ,OO;> ..".1' .' ." ,., '
This : \O\\ '
machine r\,
lime for this will the ," ... _
the remove hull 1" ,
oyster-shell during from the day of filing of hellO articles'of '.t. ,, .:,. t" .
present year with purl"lOse. I rice without in any way injuring the thou Incorporn- ,.. G'.a'. .: ? t." ): ":ji; .', (Ij.', 'r ". '; \.
germ ; ns required by the nets us aforesaid '' r.".{ : .If'I a '> '" : ...
a In some older groves the entire surface and the rice thin hulled will sprout nnd ntHl1'hl\1l continue fur the term of ;" '" ; i ';''LJ; .i" '' ', w. .;" ; 1..1:4;: ;,
this Jlillt'tr"nino :
grow Uy -
has been mulched with the very )best result.In mcaimhoicesamplcsof ,
one instance where the trees were large have been selected, and distinct varieties That yenrs.V. the )business of the Company shall .(,}k},;,:,',( ;
enough to bear, two cart-loads to the tree, discovered. These )hulling machines! may bo conducted by u Hoard of five Jireetors \ .
be made of d'Mlretlllize ((5)) ,' ,.. .. .
costing twenty-five cents per load, covered any from nine-inch to bo elected( by the stockholders] the 1' ', "
the entire surface between the trees. Thetrees diameter rollers to twenty or more feet, with first Monday of March in each and on .fj-; :, "
in condition when it was a face one-fourth the diameter, which will every 'i ..:
poor applied, hull from \'c.\r. excepting that the first flection shall .." '.:' *
soon recovered, showing remarkable lIr. a |heck to n hundred bushels an be field at such timoas t tin ,'. t. .--
The mulch lasted two years before there was hour. The rollers have, one a ttoft face porators-, or u majority of them undersigned, shall determineuiKin. cor- Having allot! { XKW '1"-.: A.VI :KKW VKKHSKS tu tour' otlice/and I
which havinj,
necessity: to renew it. wears out, and the other, a hard Said Hoard of Directors "''; 1,. .. '
Last year I combined the two methods of grooved face which is very durable. Both' elect n President and shall SKii.L..1.u.: WOUKMKX: who' know ;how tit use i' ; milprepared
Secretary, and such the
laces are however UI\JC, we )
mulching and turning in green crops. The easily replaced by new other subordinate officers the arc
loose earth was first carefully removed from ones when required it can IKJ adjusted' so the C-onmtiny us business! of '.. : :,
about the roots of the trees. Two cart-loads as to hull only the largest and hardest grains VI. That' the may highest require.amount of indebt- to du any limit every kind of printing". .: ::1
of a sample, the small
of rank weeds and freshly mown hoft grains passing ''
grass, ness
or liability to which said .;:: ," '.
through iinhulled. The cnrriorutioii
from a neglected bottom, were then rice hulled by this can at time subject itselfshall
spread any be
around each and covered machine has all oftho bran, gum and twentyiive -
lightly sugar, hundred ($.,rrxq; dollars ,
earth which had been removed.: This covering also the germ, and in this state cum be ML That the said ,
Company: shall )bo
retained the moisture, hastening decay, cooked, having distinct! taste, different to vested with all rights und
privileges which-
and absorbed escaping 'gases, rendering it ordinary commercial ric, and U, of course, the acts heretofore referred to
much more valuable at a fertilizer I thus much more nutritious than the ordinary '''II. In witness whereof, we, the convey. t
secured an efficient mulch ; and, at the same rice. From this brief outline our readers aforesaid, have 'hereunto set our hands and
time, a better fertilizer than a green crop can judge for themselves the advantages of scabs, the Il'1tlla\ of A. 1)
May, 11*<1.111.
grown upon and turned into the soil, being this machine over the old) system of hull : FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK
ing In India it will be of incalculable : ?:, TO A VISITING
larger in quantity, not derived from the soil valuo J. H. M JIXXH, ., CARD
sustaining the, tr'es11I1 applied directly to merchants and others, as it will increase \\'. S. IL\\\'$()X, ,
the market value of the rice. Full .
where needed.Cultivating. particu W. it. C. DUItYKi : ,
'I mulching; the lars can be obtained from the inventor : :, '
orange trees )by.: T. KYDD.C. .< of '_ -

entire surface Is profitable"under some circumstances yew York (.\iuitnercial Journal IJ. I M HULK. -- .. ,., ,. 't'."L':44.!: _'J,.xw.,..1',;;,:M'" n .'r-;' ,'l'r,..,:.,.A',,.'.{. .. '
the .
; feasibility general ap II, K.I: iniTTiniit.r ( : : .. : ; ',.1_'" >. '.
plication remains to be demonstrated. Where ion MM:, 2'.1 the trees _.. .. : ', 4, f. '1' r\ .p< 7 "'i)1'.H .',.a',
are young, shading but a small 0- "r. :; ;. '
por ., ,, J' .
tion of the KXCIIANUi: : for Improved city obtained! for .. ,, : ; : : .:
ground, it would be costly nndIll'rhal'd Olt property -L new f inventions ', 'r .;. .,t.. \ <{" ',:. J. ..' .. \ .
-- for -r .
i not practicable, Individual "r improvement in old '. ,
Mulching : :r. AM '
trees, however; Is inexpensive-certainly I IW'm:. OF GOOD, IJICII ana one,.all Caveats. Infringements, Trade-Mark : .r Neatly. . nut'. as' .. (''heap' .. art, aay. Ofllr In .'Ior"'",
patent business
beneficial ) ,
-and can safely be recommended ,iiromptly attended y ., t
) for general. adoption.! It U especially valua- HUMMOCK LAND) to. INVENTIONS THAT J AVI'; IKKN ,ff ).:*,
.: .
uu upon lOW and wet lands, and a ion dry, on this bland ; fifteen acres under cultivation. U..nunu: : may still, in most cases, 'be patu .,< (. .
F1 "oor IiOlli On the former,.where the prox For information, apply to 'ntCiI !113" *, JJclnjj npirfwlte' lime U. H. ,I'at.

11 unity of water forces the trees to feed 1 near 1'. SL'JIUKK: vV'J: *, -ngage.l in I'\'fl:X'f HUHI. .
the urf.w-e, the mulching nourishes and 37 Mansion House. j'.ACLUrflVKLY: : we can secure I1<1t. .' f :' .

protects the! roots ; upon the latter It affords .- -- -- -- --- '- -" cuts from la less (time than those who are remote .e... "... .,.,--, 4:' ,*: ;#...

'l an Ics" s' liable to( send model! sketch ; J> #0I'
injury from 9"1 and drouth. or .. JIj .
,!. //. J/uin/fe, in flM-l.lt ; YOUR } SfHSI'W: )){ we make starch in the Patent om(. ami .... .;....;' ....'.,.'' '--, 'cIt1.7 !','..
Lake (; Ayriculturltt. $100 on a 10 Hone ; $II) advise"' as to iU \ \\ ,J ('" .. ,\:
\vAvt\\\A\\\y\ .
eor/t, Fit.t June \ : 9f charge, ..... .. ,1'" '... \
Zit 1881, : ,''1'..
e Horse and $:34(*) ;wu normpower ,
r on a 2i> on u U/rresi( ondeiieM ciiiilliK-niiaf f; ft(... reason- ... .. .... "
E\SlL.tGE Engine. Send for our \prices!> 114'taro pur- able; anal Xu ('HAWniII: I
The FOR Tin SOUTH. charing F.iijriuw: (items, Pre*...*. Maw: and 1N'f: I 1' OUT.\JXIW: IAT- .. .. .' . .
oLjtions 1113.le *" the general introreservation Orbit lill,;. Threshers, or kind "r )(a. \\' rvfer "- IWtsend jt
Iluction of the silo any by |I'ernmlr.iuu i to tla4' (its ."....t. your orders.. (IMUXTIXO !If
i i. forage fur I"tt-lil of of ehinery.I'e arc Manufacturers( .Agent, 11I:110\\ttr, and to tic J'llIj..rluh..ll'ut| 'i.f the 11111)IApjaiitl'It111.1\(; to ()tll(' "'out.
rnoutls the use uf IItuck during the winter and guarantee MtisfuHiun in finality und I'<*..tfllif< ) Money Order Division; |111 11'tuim. side the Htate. Order for either;; WU, i'We.;: ; ; "
are. that It i.+ thought.. 1Jt' WAI.KKK A U>DU. : v. 1 prompt p i.tentloi. ; '
pensive and upt'n- p rice, ingUm, Fur >>|ieiMl 1 refi-rcnw... flrcularr. from a, .\.I, '
I luruse obtainable, that'there in: enough green i pus X o. 13.; Meeting; street. \\" ...t side, nearCllarl.ton vile, term, ,.U.., addrt> <; J f _... "i ,

*\>> to me ex. Hotel. Charleston. FIrillJ ;. C. V. A. SNOW k ('0.t P'LOnlllU
In e, the mo.t intellgent ()
and pmctical .\ l! -

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;' "t' : THE FLORIDA 'MIRROR.P L:411Nl: Tilt COllMXt-STOXK., for sea. She carried about) eighty or one flange of Thermometer II I I Cripnen' and. two (Children, Mrs. C. Hogan

hundred passengers. The St. Johns had! avery FOR Tilt \\r.\K: F.XDIKO FRIDAY, rover! 12. nnrl child, Miss Ella Prince W. E. Palmer,
P ; Fbn ; TUB CtRPMnMM AT Till NEw fJ'I"C.! )P.\I. heavy iron plate justnnderneath where Randolph Stickney, Mrs. Josephine logon,
r HM A YKAll $LOO SIX MOXT11S.llejlcctlonft. she was struck and it JJIIR."I! Duru STORE
1 tncRcit ox Tiinwnvv. was this plate which J. ThonuisEd. Holt NcIlieTufoef, L. Schutt
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- -- --- -- stove the bow of the ttrcakvnter.
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: I The cornerstone of the new St. Peter'sClmrcli i 1'eter KorolIkof. Herbert Reed l, Whcaton,
-. .--- a T. (1auf R. W. Southwick, .\. McKnnb(
; of this laid. with appropriate I 1Vind ues, ,
city was Use of Lemon es I C.1 I 1;. I'assinorc, II. I'!racl,0co. M. Barbour.

tl The exports of Key West! for (the weekending ceremonies, on Thursday afternoon For all people, in sickness or in health, I- :. ::. ::. ,; Cargo steamship' City of Dallas/ from Fcrnandina -

I July.30, ore estimated at :$17,3V: ). Hcv. O. I' Tlmckara, Rector, assisted! i \by lemonade I is a !safe' drink It corrects bil -------1 81 8.i M 8.') 1-\1\ ;. for New York, August 11 : 4.V barrels

I : The Slrathmoro opened 1 yesterday to the Rev Messrs.Veller( Slurgis and Iticknell, iousness. It I is a specific against worms I 83 87 88 80 SE. i rosin! 87 barrels spirits 200 lops cedar,
t with taken. officiated. The music was rendered by the and skin complaints. The pippins, crushed, I Monday( ............... 83 fj 80 85 HI<.. I 178 boxes cedar, 50 bales bides, 10 bales vanilla -
r I' I public\ c\'eryavailable room may also he mixed! with water and sugar, Tuesday ............... M 88 Sf' 87 HI';. U bales cotton, 20 kegs nails, 8 crates
s! f, K.x-Govcrnor Drew arrived on tho train choir of St. John's Church, Jacksonville, :end used nsa.drink. IXMUOII juice is the ;Ge..tIInli.ft'orhutlc Wednesday........... 83 87 88 811 SF.] i lemons! 12 packages sundries

: :Thursday evening, and Is! stopping at the who kindly volunteered their services for remedy. known It not only I Thursday ......., ...,.. 80 02 !93 89\! SW.Friday. _

.Mansion House.Kentucky the occa!'ioif. The services commenced. with cures; (he disease, but prevents it. Sailors I, ................... 81 U2 1.12 89 SW.I Private School,

..' \ Tennessee and Ohio suffer' the responsive! recitation oft Eighty-fourth make daily n!V o of it for this purpose Aphystiiun I Mrs( II. K.: Alexander: will open a permanent \.
. J' arc suggests rubbing of t -
the'gnms daily !school in the Baptist church
lug greatly'from the long continued drouth, Psalm::! followed by a lesion from :Scripture : with Union juice to keep them in health .II I MAR1XK.I'ort the 10th private of May, and solicits\ a generous on

It and crops are badly injured.The \. the :Nicene Creed' anthem, I'lIfl'rugcsnn,1 The hands and nails are also kept clean, ; share of public patronage. Terms liberal
prayer: The stone then being put! in white, !soft and supple' by the daily use of rcrndtnltna.HIOII Apply at t the school room between !the hours
family of Hon. J. M. Baker, Judge of lemon It also of .
i : prevcnlschil- of 8 and 1 m.
position by the architect, Mr. U. S. Sohnyler, a. m. p.
this clrcuit, arrived In thistity! on Thursday, blains. Lemon is used, in intermittent fevers WATEn.Satul'llay FEIIXMDis: ; May 8, 1881-3m.
'. the Rev.! 0. Thackara, "striking' the stone mixed with strong, hot black tea M.I0:33
and are stopping at the Strathmore. ; or colfeewithout Aug. 13..10:36: : r. :M.
thrice with the mallet, pronounced the of. sugar. Neuralgia\ may be cured bvrubbing Sunday, 14.1121: 111:42":
I Mrs. W. J. Young and child, and ]t. W. ficial laying of the same in the name of (he the part affected with Lennon It fs"allluhfe Monday, 15...... ...... 0:11": For Sail
t Southwlck, were among the northbound tlac also to cine warts, and to destroy JO..... OU":: 1.07: \ Family Carriage: In perfect running or.
and Ghost
passengers; of the Dallas this week. Father, Son Holy t, as cornerstone d.indruiron the head by rubbing the rootsof Tueslay\\ay, 17...... 1:33: : 2.00Thursday : II der. Seats i four lias been but little n ; of edifice to be erected by the the hair III W. I). C.
an with ,it. _. 1 IS..... 2:32: 3.05Friday to DtniyKK.Public :.
,; The accounts of the French harvest ore name of St. Peter's Church to he devoted to I 19. 3:31: 4.02: III --- ,- -----
List Letters .
of ry
'" not t favorable, and It appears (that the yield the service of Almighty (bait ns a house ofprn'er ,I School Notice
i will bo less than last and scarcely equal forever to the doctrine, Remaining in the PUSt-Otll'Cat Fernandina i- AUR1VF1)
year according
i .Nassau county I Fla., Aug. 12, 1831. Persons The public schools of Nassau county will
1 I to an average one. ministry!! liturgy, rites and usages of the calling for these letters must\ say advertised July 0-British brigSelulatto, F. H.George.( he opened on the first Monday in Septem

1 : State Treasurer Henry A. L'Englc; and Protestant Episcopal: Church in the UnitedStates : 7-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, her All teachers desiring )positions in these
Bailey, W C Mortise( James Sava unnim. schools: are requested to scud in their applications
America.. The choir then ,
;\ c family arrived on the train from Jacksonville sang Brain, Cczar I'i'octorVillie T 8-Sch.: Hattio (ti}. DixonV. O. Sawyer to t the county superintendcntas earlyas
: yesterday, and ,have taken quarters at an appropriate hymn, and the Rev. Mr.Wcller :' Baker, J P
the Strathmore. Rector of St. John's Church, Jacksonville Camel, Mollie Roberts, R J) 11-S. P. ('It.yof Bridgcton, Fitzgerald in school room No. 1, Fernandina, ut nine
delivered address ]Ferguson, Lillie Robinson, Anna :Savannah.! o'clock a. in., on Tuesday, the 27th of August -
a interesting; f
Senator Call gives a proper reply to the Feller, Alois Steward, John "-S.S. City oflallasRisk, New York. or at Callahan on the following Saturday
j )hasty communication! of Mr. Hardce, and dwelling on the claims! upon the i English Giles!, Salph Sims, John I "_S. P. City Point, Creaser, Charles : W. A. MAHONKY[ ,

states the true condition! of the Spanish speaking! people, of the church about to Graham John Scott, George( ton. Superintendent of Schools.
f! claims halter be erected The Rev. Mr. Sturgis followed ]Hart, Sam Scott, Henrietta. I 11-Sch. S. C. Evans, E. Sylvanus, New 1'ERNANDINA: ; August, 1881.-.It.
j j. t with some stirring word upon accepting Hays, Hen, Solo, Elener, I "_ YorkSch.NorntandyAdanisNctvo. : --- ---
I ,1 Among the passengers of tho City of ]Ingley, Annie Scott, George !'! 'k. .
Christ a-s the chief corner-stone in daily life, Mitchell Kmer Thomas "-:S. P. City of Bridgcton, Fitzgerald, I For llcnt.
Friday of last week were Mr. Queen
Utulgcton on
.j j' ) 1\" In the church. The choir tendered the Masters W K Savannah.DBP i A desirable residence on Seventh street,
j and Mrs. T. Kydd, on their North. During
j' way Gloria in : and the services concluded SA l'L T. RIDDKLI. P .M. .\HTED. near Centre. A ppl.to
i, their absence Mr. James Kydd will rep JOIIX llKPOKB: :
resent the firm In this city with a few appropriate .
the rector and the old doxology.
by Buenos -- ---- -
f t 1 The .schooner 111: 7/ ,Jones, Falkcnbnrgmaster The cornerstone contained. a copy of the11rll'er.Uook JF!""MK. ::,>.daughter-July 22d of, at Edwin:0 o'clock S. and p. m.Mary(,- little K.; 8-S. P. City of Bridgcton, Fitzgerald .

,,:while! loading at Leak's" mill, sprunga a brief history of the parish, a Roux, aged one year and two months. Savannah. A young man: as partner with 1000. A
1 leak on Thursday afternoon, and the handsomely engrossed list of the officers of J'of of such is the, kingdom of J/oair/i." I -Sch.Philadelphia.A. L. Henderson, Henderson. I steamboat! : engineer preferred. A good open.

.water gaining rapidly,.she was taken below the same for the current year, a copy of? the TO JKSPIK'S MOTIIKR. I "-Bark Timoru, Slocomb Scotland hug for the right man. Address! :
\ Colonel ReedV mill and beached for a sur journal of the last Council of the Diocese of God smiled on jour babe, and ere sin could 10-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald Cn\s.Fernandina K. TAYi.oR.Fla.

vey. Florida The Churchman and, Church Times fade SaVannah. _. ,
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RcnllJIIefoSefl l'r down with loving care. 11-Sch. Maud Briggs, Bryant, Phila I *
A sensible correspondent of the Union of August (nth, Spirit of MtunoM, 1'liridn; ocn in" bud to 1 the t throne was conveyed.furl delphia. Notice to 'tt.'rlI.YC1'S.I ,

I .. calls attention to the importance to the people Union; of the 10th and 11th, the local papers was Made to blossom! in beauty there. I "- I etta, Rich. Philadelphia. I IHch. am now ready to receive tax returns for

of Duval county of taking some steps to of last week and, a miniature plan of the She is not dead, your child. affection, "1"r- .H. City Dallas, Risk, New York. the present year lllank returns will be furnished
12-S. 1' City of Bridgcton, Fitzgerald, lat
of Rut to the in my ollice over (G. Stark's store, corner
4 promote tho development tbcagricnltnral proposed church.A gone join ,angels that school Savannah.
It I : interests of the county, and to !induce Immigration largo concourse of people attended the Where she shall not want your kind protection I of Centre and Second WM.streets.II. GAKUXD.

f of (that character. ceremony, among whom were quite a number For Christ,! our King, the' Lord himself I IN roar I II I FHINVXWXV. March 10, 1881-tfXow 4

from cities and the delhi rule. I Bark Sabine, Ellis, 813: tons i -- ---- --- -. ---- - -
1 neighboring
By referring to our advertising: columns despite i I II Bark 1'Mella, 507 tons. Advertisements.

it will bd seen that General J. J, Dickinson unusual extreme heat of the day, it proveda Angels of Life ( Death alike are (His ; I Brig Eva N. Johnson, Doane, 2f8 tons. I

offers a reward of $1,000 for the arrest t, Very entertaining and pleasurable occasion Without His. leave they pass no threshold I I British brig: 8elulatto, George, 178 ton*. I Jtt111'ARn. b ,
--------- .-- .-- o'er. Sch. A. it E. Hooper 322 tons. $1,000
with proof to convict, of the parties who '
t'" The Sti'ainer St. /ohnn in Collision. Who then would wish, or dare, believing :5ch.1V.1I.:: Jones, 297\ tons. I ,
murdered his son on the 15th of last month. this..Igaihvt. Sch. Hattie 0. Dixon, Sawyer, 523 tons. My son, J. J. DICK1SON) JR., was inur-- 4'
The steamer SI. Johns of the Charleston I I
This I Is in addition ton reward of$."1110( olft'rCtI ; His, messengers to shut the door? i Sch. S. C. Evans: : !Sylvanus! 281 tons I I I8eh. dered! by a mob in the town of Lee burl:!,
Savannah and Florida Steam Packet Line, I Normandy, Adams!, 543: tons. Sumter County, Florida, on the morning of ;;
by Governor Bloxham Dear mother, who parted in tel1rl\Iltlln pain I the 15th of last. I will
which is running during the I!II III III er season : i I -- ------ July J'an reward {
With dear little ,Jessie child of love of ONE THOUSAND: DOLLARS
s The Northern cities arc again complaining between New York and Branch your MEM01UNDV.Passengers for the
Long came God grant patience till meet I IIn arrest of'the murderers with to .
you von again proof con

are reported in great numbers. Event Friday. of last week, The ftlllllwing account ADDIK HAXXA.Jlttltimore per steamship, Clti/ of Dalli: August 11 : I J. J. DICKISON.: ..w
the watering places do not seem to have of the collision! : is extracted from the New Jld.tpastC. 1SSI. \ Mrs.[ W. J. Young: und child. .Mrs.( A. H. August 13. 2m l

been exempt. After all Florida bus great York herald : ..

r reason to rejoice In the comparatively cqua- At quarter to four the Long Branch boatSt. .

bio character of her climate, even in the Juhim started! on her return trip to :Sandy: NOr-rIOE.
warm months. (Hook. She! had on board fully six hundred
% passengers, : !, and among them (.,'ner11irant: ,
i Tho collision on the 5th III t.11I New York Jesse! Seligman, Russell Sage, Victor New- rnilK t COMMISSIONS:: OF LANDS: : ; AND IMMIGRATION( IN with tho Assessor and Collector of Revenue to examine sairll'el'titi. ') i
'harbor between tho&. Juhns and the steamer comb and\ many other gentlemen' equally: I pursuance of nn Act of the Legislature, entitled "An Act to I' cater of sale, on the FIRST::; WEDNESDAY IN SEPTEMBER, l'
enable whose lands: were sold for taxes assessed prior to the A, D. 1831 and if said examination shall
t Il.rllkwatcr demonstrated tho staunch character well known. Tho passengers' on the upper )persons I ; upon they find that the t
leek were suddenly startled at beholding a year 1877 to redeem the :same" having returned the Certificates of]i taxes assessed against any such lands shall have been paid for tho 1
( 1\I,1'huilll of our favorite Florida steam large steamer bearing down upon them Sale of Land sold for taxes assessed I prior to the year 1877, which years ISi7. IS78, 1879 and 1880, or shall then be so paid to the Col
er. She sustained ion damage, and proceededon Captain Vogel was in the Pilot-housc and were purchased by the State: I lector of Revenue, for said years!, then the certificate of sale shall be J
her trip. Captain Vogel exhibited great saw the approaching: vessel, which proved ]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! ? tl'
i to ho the Jtrenlu'iiter, going to Lewes, Pel., and by advertising the same in the PloridJli'l"/)/' for thirty days, The following are the numbers of the certificates and names of '
skill and coolness and tho t
< prevented panic, dangerously near to the o\\'llt'r or agent fJf said land, (hut this Board will meet together( owners, to-wit :
which seemed likely to occasion loss of life "_\Oer blowingonrcnstomarvsignal whistle

Ii On Thursday morning, as tho steamer ," said ClIl'taiJl'o l'i, of time St. Jolt 118, Sales''' 0. flay: ''''7.1. Saint" of January, 187O Continued.

t)% 1'01of; tho 'Charll'tltolI'ul'ket Line, when Interviewed, which i is always done No. No.Certificate.. No.Certificate.. No.Certificate.. >..
I wll was about! leaving this I port on her way hardly clear of the pier, No. 11, which. we fiO..1.I! J I) Clarke 159......K B Hall 00 ....John W Rilcy 120......Daniel Woods '
south' for Jacksonville, she broke part of were leaving: The stl'ull1erlrf".lIt,r when 81......Estate Joseph Wilson 100...... 01......Josiah Sikes 127....,Daniel P Wilkcrson
her steering gear. In consequence of this sighted! ; was at least up as high as pier No. 91.......lane Harvey Braddock: 101...? 03......Daniel Sykes 129! ......F I) Whiting & Co .
20. Tho St. Johns at this tine had, of course; 92......I A Lewis W2..1 04...... W
the trip couth of hero had! to be abandoned. :' George! Dykes 134......Owner unknown
hardly any head'IIWe first discovered a 93......Stephen Drummond 103: ......:Vbe Hibbard r.J.\: ,William N Starling 135,..., t
Her freight for the St. Johns wus transferredto tug-boat with\ a canal boat on our port bow. 91......J J Edmundson: 107......John McDermott 00......A B it J L Sweeney 130..... "
: the steamer! Jlosa. The City, lint I is now We blew ono whistle for the tug and canal J.",......Jos Crews, agent 108; ...... 97.....Owner unknown 137..J Williams rr
lying at Centre street dock, and the damage boat our ship still swinging out hut not yd 90.; .....Toncy Edwonls: lli.!)...... ,It.. 93..... ** ** 138.....Paul Francis
parallel with the current. Seeing the flraiA- ......(; 1170...... "
r to the machinery is She t'I'' I'lIrgc Henry I .. 101.. ... 139! ......Charles Alberti!
; being repaired. walercoining on I blew two whi.tlesforstar-: 101......Eli/abcth Hughes:' I 171 ...., 105......John Sykes 142......Haggarth Williams
t will leave for Charleston to-morrow. IxHird To make the signal: more distinguishable : IlII..J A Mclntosh 172...... 100......Owner unknown 143......George; Robinson

Rev J, H, Myers 1), !>., until recently 1 made the whistles at least ton 111.,....Joseph Haddock, Sr. 173..... 107 .,... 144......James McKimlree
seconds apart, und, in fact: blew the signal 175......William Phelan "
I 112......Plenty Jackson 108..... 145.....John B Lewis '
,pastor of tho Presbyterian( church in this twice for the Hrcakuuter. However I got 113..J W Lawton 170\ ..... 118...... II 110.....Moses E
city, assisted by Mrs. J. H. Myers, will open no reply, neither from the steamier nor the Hi.HO.......R L Rowe 179.....B C Parker 119..... It 117.,...:Thomas HaddocK Levy
'i on the 20th of October next, a family school tow. U|>on this I slowed, stopped and ......Daniel) Sikcs 180( ......Owner unknownm.i .. 120:! ..:.. .. 149....Clcmant S Bowen
backed my vessel:. ]In the meantime the 117 .....John I bikes 121..... ..
at his the cast side of the 154......Owner unknown .
14 orange grove other steamer: continued to approach the St. llslier'cSikes; Hi::...... 122: ......Mary[ L Bryce 155) ..... it '
St. Johns river, tliirtylivemiles above Jacksonville Johnt amidships, and linallv she struck 1K3! ; ...... II" S
: us 120......George) W l.yke'< 1 123.....Jus PTuliaferro, agent 150 ii ..1NalCN "\
Both Mr. and Mrs. Myers have about thirty foci u'alof\ the bow on our 123.\ J Wllker'I I 11'\\.')...... 121.....W II Thompson 157,.''..''.'. -,
(had long experience North and South, (in starboard side; ,cutting intotimefenderstreaks l.Vt.( .....John Corvell : 1 W!...... 125: ::......\\111'11111'illgat ( ,
and covering board. Even: at the throe whet 157.15S......Sarah:: Field 100.... N.,ali WatersLN 1'-:'.
the vocation teaching and their scholarly I signaled her the .V. John had '.' ? '
hardy storage !......KB: Hall : 191... Morgan '-
attainments are not unknown to the readersof way" of March, 187. .
Sale of January, IS75. ; .
When the
the J/ The studies will bo those steamers curve together imams 41. Estate Edwin
f Tur. Hoyt ..
of the passengers; were on the lower dock ..t.I.: U halt 1 )1......R L Rowe I 7-1..U Sykes ,
: usually pursued in first-class institutions! comfortably seated the bow and enjoying) rut......"'(Rry Gonez I............Daniel "Sikcs ,i; 43. I 75.OWSykes" ,..'"
embracing a full course in English, in the them f perfect stampede. : Hnllt.lock 12J .....William Starling I' I 77.""D II Higginl>otham
2..Jllne Harvey
classics: and mathematics ; also in modern Everything was; aban 45. ? .
French j and Boned and there was u helter skelter scram $J..CIl'lIIant H Romero\ 10.\: B it Jno L Sw ccney i 40 ..... .. .. 78.1) lUgginbotham' .
languages uirticularly{ German. ble for the after part of tho boat. Tho life MI.$ .....Nalley A'Bowen 127......Edward: Taylor 47...... : .. 79.1 II Hull, agent
Throughout the entire academic curriculum preservers:: were grasped and confusion and f\.')......Mary I.ouiza Bryee 128..J C Walker 'i 48_... '0' j ems' 30.....Geo Johnson .
there will be J lessons and lecture in ancient dismay ruled the hour. The captain came 8I; ?...John J1ufoN 131..J H Williams I 49. .. :J<-. ni 81.A Johnson
out of the pilothouse und shouted ....imou 133.1lam Cone I' 82.....Benjamin Johnson
.uud modem history Further particulars that 8i. Chaers :! O ? iiit :
there was no danger and no one need bo tll..Ahraham( CoJ'it.n 131......" Ill1s Cusou 1" 83.....Lord Jonas /
f. and terms can be obtained from Mr. Myers. afraid Almost instantaneously l the ship's ;tl.I J F' Clark 13.3......David B Him", >inhotimn I 52. .. '.. 84.Plenty Jackson

.' 1 We are pained to record the sudden deatli boats were ready for service and the crew at ui.: .....Juy Crews. agent 136..JIL'Mm. Ryan ,');1.. .' .. M.85 .,...Talbot Little
.. their The after boat 131..1.' .. : .....Mrs J'H LocketttI'J..I.
of the wits of esteemed fellow-towns- {posts. was already almost 9-I..J J J'hnlUlll'On: Tracy 54. ,,'_, ..
our in the water when the order countermanded A IIigglulalttaut 139..0wner unknown 55' 0\ ., 87'''''Mrs Mary J Morgan
.1 .man, C. V. Hlllyer, }:Sth which occurred on -there was not the slightest danger 101....?Elizatmeth: IIughCII IH...... .. .. 5" :.. 88.J A McIntosh!

{ the Gth inst.! at TarrifTYIlle! Conn., whither : of the St. JoAn going down. Some of 1GL.FC&IIlligginbothact 152....? p" 57..... ? .. 89.II Mattair "
s.u the had to spend the summer with rclatircs. the passengers were terror-stricken, and sev 100..1\ state Harn' Jones 1M.......W J Wilson M" ? 00......J ilcKindrce
gone oral jumped on !board the llrtaltcoatnthillk. 107.nufns: C King, V" A1ml.. 1.:>11......"'atl Although Mrs. Hillyer had been in ing-thus to save themselves.: One man, in 71'ulte 157.......11 en 1")' Clay: 00..'."... .. .. 02......A Primus ,
ill-health for some months before going to his fright, left his child on the 'oi/. Johiu to lO i..1V .t J Lonen 159....,..(it Klfrvy Ket'bler 61. .r .. 93.....Wm M Starling
s Connecticut. in May last, yet the gradual take care of itself, as best it might. Another I( ):...,.Plenty! Ju l.'k'ltn ( ,'}......Thomas Phelan 6.'. ? .0 ''ip i H......F Whiting, agent -
man, a lewder, .left behind him several 110.Iknjanmic Jontan 191..J Eli Gregg ft3. ', K 95.h0 Clay
but marked Improvement in her health thousand dollars'. worth of jew dry,defining 11.J"hn: 11 Lewis I w:1..S: A J WiUin 04...H.....Mm N A Bowen 90..Mrs Louisa Prino
since reaching there seemed to encourage his life more precious than his treasure. 113...,..11 Lawton ltH..Thmnas"'11,011 05..Alden 97..J 8 Braddock

her. friends in the belief\ that she would re There was indeed, an exchange: of pas>cng- 11.......WilllJorhm lID..,..William Swearinger CO, C 8 Bowen Spear PJJ...."Jas PTaliaferro, agent I
turn In the full entirely! recovered. In the ers, some men leaping from the lirtttkiintir lW..Jatb l'hlllilt8 'I 1t'i' ......PhlneasN Wilds 67.""A Cannon ".John Anthony
to the St, .... 100..A Buir
t/vAtu being finally carried to San 117 .Gt..t.I1l.'lIry' 68..0 J F Clark 1
.ubsenco'.or any particulars, wo venture the
dy Hook J\\.A Higginbotham
09.Jas Ilezzzaut.Ulidmert
that this fatal termination tho called Ids Sales of January, lH7tf."
opinion Captain Yogd to chief olhYcr) Davib 102..George Henry
result of some new and unexpected disorder. Mr, Burns to ascertain the extent of the 2..Jalllt.'I RotJtuntJoseph j' ......Andrew Higginbuthum 71.:.....J J Edtnundson 103......Charles Knabb ,
damage, and when this was found to be the :3...... U BufordNuncvA I 49..11 L Higginl>olham 72. p: 1H..J II Mooney y #
On receipt of the telegram announcing the breaking only of the guard, the order) was 4...... llrtwfnMr 52.ltenjwniuuJonltn 73...?..?.J Pykes Hughes; 105......John Svkes .
aid news Mr. Hillyer left immediately! given to go ahead. The other vessel I, when U...... MACrew. .M.....Plenty Jlu'kl t.JJ. 100.....William \\ mgate.
for Connecticut. Wo arc sure that he car the danger became Imminent, backed'; water "....,.J ries with him thejieartfdt sympathy of the I hard but she had gained too much headway 43: ..,...J J IMmundson: 55.J A Mclntosh Done by order of the Board '
I to prevent the collision. Her bow was comm.sblerably 4-5,..,..H Gruenbuum .">0--..BO hltl'I I ;! dayo r July 1 1881. .
entire cprtiuunlfy' ,', :,! Mi *uddenand tl'rrtL1oberc&vf'romi .! damaged-*o much 6tJ that she hoist l 4oth Hugh. 57.Henry MalUir[ / J.un 1ftiihFF1Cisairnn

;: hume.iiuttly to put Lack to her iKnk I to relit ..:-\I,,$ Ilhggihtmutlmant .5erk,1'ttcr' U\I"''' tJJtn'1.. :. -J. A. 1uWdtwy Clerk .. :,t. ,. :_. w.> r
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