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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 20, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
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Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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crnr.. TIT. PERN.ANDIN1FLA.., SATURDAY AUGUST 20, 1881. NO.. 39,

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eminent lands that arc high, dry and well ample in resources, and firmly and wisely |
sends the shippingof Jeff'ergon.
STATE xtH'S.Alaclttui.: maud for our staple that j
suited fruit-growing. Tho 1lnclulrc thr'e.IllIartC'rs settled In its !'! to achieve the '
to : purpose great t,
all the civilized! world to aid our com- Whilst the excursion trdin was!' returning
obtain of a mile hack of the fiver; this is work it lias in hand. Its northern terminus .. Inorce.-From Hycr's circular we from .Jacksonville on last Friday morning.n .
to the majority of people, is on the Tennessee river, atorncarGuntersvillc .
objection }
quite JIM 'i
This morning the council had a meeting the following quotations of freights : Thereis man, said to he named Squire Green, who
v:ho come to settle on the St. Johns river, but ; its southern! terminus oil tho line between
for the purpose of opening the street selected very little change to note in our freight lived near Bailey's dill In H'is' county, persisted -
the time is when Ilnllwill be gladly Florida and Alabama in the direction 't
coming : ,
since last. Hates to the United the notwithstanding
hy the Florid.i Southern Hallway through market our in leaning out of car, '

which to build their road. The authorities' Kingdom :m
of the railway selected West Main street, JCG ; Cuba$13 to $13.60 ; cobtwise$9to" i9J! >0.rentucolii that it was dangerous and a short distance land opposite Orange Mills[ below Palatka creditably informed, was projected i

is high, and there are many pleasant situa- and inaugurated hy Major Waller S.-0 or- ;-
running west of the public square, and the (;azrtlr. east of Live Oak his head came in contact
tions. The river fl'Ont8111'e all taken but don, of Jackson In this State and
up county, t.
council l proceeded' to take steps to open it I'rantfliti.The l with a wuter-tank, or something( equally ns
killed. just. back of the river you can select fair pinelands as already intimated, is,in the hands of men 'J
up through the entire corporate limits They irresistible, and he was instantly ;
pa't week has: developed\ t the fact very i with of hammock here and who mean business and who
a patch :! arc cntirclyt'olllpetl'llt
appointed n board of appraisers!: to appraisethe On Saturday morning an old negro man
!business will
plainly that the square timber there suitable for tho truck business All to
value of the land owned by Mrs. J. Harper of named :Sam'Wright, living on or near the accomplish that whereunto ;,

llcvill, through which the street willhu'e be quite an item in the trade Apalncjiicola ; Dr.) Scott plantation, was coming to town in these lands will in a few years, become they have set their heads and hearts., It Is :

to be opcnel1.-0atI/Clfl'/'Ue/ Sun and Iles. the coming winter. It estimated: that n wagon drawn by two mules. Two miles valuable for orange culture, in fact it h expected that the Muscle! Shoals Canal will 'f?

One of the largest live oaks in this county not less than forty or fifty cargoes will be ,from town the mules became frightened nod pretty well demonstrated that orange fruit be completed in about eighteen months or !
shipped to Europe by two new firms, that
in is in tho'old and grown in pine lands is' superior to that two )'l'nrs. Its completion will give ample
and no doubt the :state:! growing for the season's business.A ran when man was! thrown out
are preparing '
(jcunop)'. on 1lot owned by )Ir. J. II. now saw-mill will he erected at once at instantly killed. Application was made to grown in swamp hammock.-The rising transportation by water from tho Northwest ;
new
:Stokes. It measured G feet from the ground for the of sawing deal AfWliitrintil.. n .ilistirn of tile peace to hold town of McMcckin.on the Florida Southern to Outitorsvilli'. the ,most southerly ointon
Apalachicola,
22 feet in circumference, and its brandiescover and other small purpose store an inquest, bu't. under the circumstances, he Hallway, is destined, at no distant day, to the Tennessee river: After leaving Guntcrsvillo -
storage necessary-to
an area of nearly a quarter of an acre. of hewn timber Besides the vessels deemed it unnecessary, and ordered the be one of the most picturesque In the State. the proposed railway will cross tho Alabama -

Its age of course, is not known ; but judging cargoes needed! for the square or hewn, timber, it will body bur l'd-jlQllth'dro Constitution.Marlon. Situated on n hill almost oval in form, Great Southern, the Georgia Tacific

from the immense size and very slowJ.rowth which rises from four beautiful, encirclinglakes (which will ho completed from Atlanta to
take about one hundred and fifty large vessels .
of this kind of oak, one would sup I the timber and lumber !' the mansions that will be built on Birmingham us soon, ns the, work can be
to
pose its age to be at least one thousand years. destined carry for Cuba sawn: and coastwise Mr. F. D. l'ooser has sold ids place near its crown can command n magnificent view, done), and'the Selma, Homo A Dalton Rail
Kuropean
No doubt its large and spreading branches from the mills, already in operation.The town to IV-1. H- Mikes, of San Antonio, over hill and lake, ofMoMcckln's grove of roads ,These connections will give to this''
ports
have been shelter and protection for the redman finest, pine and lumber in the Texas. The property consists of an ordi- 1,000 bearing trees, Munroe's orchards of now,road a very ,commanding position 'j it

I from rains and storm hundreds of world is on the Apalachicola cypress river and nary frame dwelling and about fifty acres of oranges, grapes, lemons and figs, ns well as will enable it transport ,freight and passengers :

years ago. land partly set to orange trees the price paid the thrifty abodes of many smaller farmers, to Southeast Alabama and Floridaon ;
streams to it, and in inexhaustible
ARRF.I1oNDO.-This place, besides being a quantities tributary and can be bought at the low i being $7,500. This gives:an indication how on which the dazzling green of semi.trop terms which cannot bo controlled by any

vegetable centre, is the first place in the price of $1 to $G per thousand feet. Other rapidly Marion county soil is appreciating' ical fruit trees gives prophecy of future of tho great railroad syndicates whose lines!! :

county we have heard of at which lime is timber men beside the two mentioned are Dr. Fakes is a fine gentleman and will soon wealth. Through it all winds our lively now penetrate this state. The line of the

manufactured, from the rock for building now in Europe making arrangements for be joined by his family. lie and another narrow gauge, binding us to our brethren proposed railway, to"make thcsho 'tcstroutc

and fertilizing purposes. We understandthat vessels, and we are informed that about gentleman, Mr. W. I.. Helm, of Kentucky, East: West: North and South, and showing from Chattahoocheo to Our tersvillt', would

Messrs. & have who has also bought near town, happened us Florida out of tho lethargy of
: Thompson Temple put twenty cargoes await their arrival. Five Spanish, run by Troy, crossing the Montgomery& Kufuula -

up a patent furnace there for lime burning, years ago when we predicted for Apalachicola to visit Ocala by accident both gentlemenwhen English ,and ante-bellum quietude, wakingin Railroad between Montgomery and UnIon

s which is kept In mil niswt I mgin alai nay, i" the position that she assumes:! now in leaving home being booked for South ,I the beauteous sunlight of a new dawn. Springs, and tlic Western Railroad about

supply orders for both from Ocala Florida, but were so much pleased!' with our -Tho blind mosquitoes have in their ?
purposes put
Ciiehaw, ; thence would
the lumber, timber, fish and sponge business ; run by Dadevillf,
and elsewhere The building lime is bar- county, the thrifty appearance of the orange appearance/ in Palatka. This Is the second Oxford and Gadsden
we were called "Colonel Sellers: but to Gltnt'rs lIIc. A deflection
L' a relcd and the fertilizer sacked for shipment, groves, the quality of the soil and the law- : time in seven years that we have to record of :
less than miles
wo now say that in less than three years!' we forty would bringit
being separated into these classes. This is abiding character of the people, that they at their visitation! The blind mosquitoes havo
'
will see, at one time, not less than fifty to I hy Montgomery. The, advantages to this
*an industry which can cheaply introduced once determined that if theru was an laden no '
sting or poison: attached to them. The "
sixty large vessels in Apalachicola ba.loJ.l1Ing ) city of opening n direct communication witli
(and carried on at a number of points ; and in Florida it walt in Marion county, and arc arc harmless' and we are dependent I
and upon tho roads of tho
unloading:, miscellaneous Cllr;,IWS. Erlanger'syudlC'ate,J by tap-
,;lit is only necessary to suggest it, to enterprising now numbered among our enthusiastic citi n strong cast wind t for their \L Itatlort. Like
the
before the Alabama
Apalachicola war was a great salt ping Great Southern ; with the
x men in favorable localities, to open zens.vc hope they will never have cause!' the locusts of .
Egypt in swarms
market, and they como Colo syndicate by tho
it'r arrangements are now being tapping Selma,- Rome
al iltp, a considerable business in this branch of to regret pitching their tents!! with us, and and beat against the
windows in d dwellings
t' ''a perfected to load! the vessels, from : & Dalton with the Clyde
,1' I Europe ; syndicate by tapping
ahianufacture. that will be
followed host
:) -Ataehua Advocate. they by a of others on time river like
with salt The probability i is that we will raindrops in a storm. the Georgia Pacific, and with the now
minded.! Marion[
similarly otters
r i Columbia have guano works started hero this winter, county: afraternal They are ephemeral ; in twenty-four hours Tennessee riversystem, which will be openedby

"'There was a gentleman ki town last Sit which will help to drive the boom which greeting and protection' tons manyas : after their appearance_ they die. Millionsof the Muscle, _Shoal l Cnnnl, are really too

,
will make homes
'r iird.iy who intends putting up a turpentine Apalachicola is now (ii). The demand! is increasing on her' 'bounteous: noil. them como up) out of ,the water, full.: great to bo enumerated. The southern
Ocala extension
I till in this county, between this point and day for store-houses and Jiannrr. edged.. They originate from tho deposit
every of this
.
now giant if it
.comes
by
fi ; jdincsvillc,just a* MOOD as the track is laid ilirrOlimr; .1101'.'oe., r\f flutirrr. tee know not_ nf_ ti'lttif. Hinmilni. ,
*, ninlvlint. the iiftfil. it, for fimnn of n __.. _............ Afjtiififfi>nr.ptr, tasty nvnralmilitnr Mm Hfinl.goinery .. t

t jle desires to purchase 20.0UO acres as soon our enterprising citizens to, erect .tlhou ''.a ......We........have-, Deceived from M..Gcorgui Watson- .it is they: arc called! }blind, and, yet, in Southern, jor j it it -butthebcncfitT'to' ;
Cs. F ) ,tuay.absorb .;
i assured on what line the road will be dozen More-houses and one hundred neat guava raised:! by !him I weighingsomeHCVCIIounccspear 'swarms, lJioy"inako "forllib I lamp or firelight : tho' ', of ..
city n route direct to
milt---1Ve understand that the contractor cottages for the accommodation of our fast ( I'1lIl1p'II; ) and of u most delicious Their prcnenco originates no malaria Chattahoocheo ,
are not to be
building the county jail has been increasing population From the taxbooksof flavor. Mr. Watson in forma us that his tree or ficknoss. As their season is shortwe C'ullnot'lto overestimated. ignored ;f they

warded to Mosrs. Thompson & Hart. We and fruit was the result of three seeds Cannot something
the county we see that the wealth of the given can tolerate them with some degree ofpatience. be dons to
bring this
? rust that it will be new through line, by
l $t r more secure than the county has increased this year $10,000 over ,him by a gentleman from South America. .-The success of orange and vegetable -
Montgomery ? is the
a tone. Our commissioners will doubtless last year, which makes a good showing. But They are larger and richer in flavor than the culture near Palatka, entirely refutes momentous questionthat \ :
i to it that it is. A brick vail a foot thick common of confronts her now. We learn that there
the
that
and will
with all of Apaluchicola's brilliant guava country, do objection and the MICCCSS of the few
pros- is doubt
ill not alone prevent the escape of prisjcrs. pects, we would not advise: any of our large finely in this climate.-The American bark who have made cJI'orts: at orange culture no at all about the building! of the

We do not remember who built the Aberdeen, Conk master laden road. Somo of the men who! (lied time application .
land with show
tho
: owners to place a high price upon their mahogany soil and climate to be most eminently for

"1 Id jail that was burned, but it was cer- property when a purchaser presents himselfas arrived last! week, having been broughtin suited to that business. There oretrl'CIJ ,incorporation have ,all the
: jinly-apoor affair. Messrs. Thompson it PilotVelters! !means required, and much more. Others! of
by and three
to scare him away, but bo liberal in : men from the twenty years of age in this! locality hem

'' art, the present contractors, we hope will prices!' and terms, for you will thereby en. : schooner Madgie, When boarded by tho and In point of size, vigor and fruitfulness, including MajorValter $. Gordon

idoubtcdly construct it so as to keep pris- hance the value of all other property It is pilot the vessel was helpless, there being but will compare well with tho best In the State., and his brother, General John It.,Gordon. ,

|ors secure.--There will bo but little hay characteristic of the Apalachicolians to be one man on deck and she was drifting at There are also:& many young havo all the energy necessary to push: it to a

red in this, the middle, portion of our liberal, and we feel satisfied that all who the mercy of the winds. Site loaded at Santa have been established within the groves last decade that speedy completion. To an, outsider it looks

inty, owing to the ravages of the grass Cruz, Cuba and two after ns though self Interest would induce the
contemplate settling in Franklin county will days sailing tit ruckun that have been pronounced pro- 1.
grin or caterpillar These' have made their by persons extensively jectors of this enterprise to '
be extended liberal inducements Apalachl'' unknown shoal, where she remained two acquainted with tho builditbyMonlgoumery -
irance since the heavy rains, and march cola Tribune. days. She subsequently experienced heavy Sumter ) orange grovesof but the cost of the additional thirty
,
Orange and
Volusia
solid column. through fields, eating the Gadsdeii. weather, and serum both her fore and main be equal to the best that have counties, to or forty miles to bring it by this city is! a'
.,r. ell emu they ever seen small cum
: leaves ut vvvrytiling in their The largest'tree in masts Later( on the compared to its advantages
this county, probably crew succumbed to to thciragu. The cold that to us,
a i to the stems. Fodder crops have been in the State of Florida, has been blown the malarial fever, which they had contracted : visit the State snaps sometimes and it behooves: our business men snot real
do
: certainly '
;
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Jed and no more ,harm
several 'to'wnke
report their rice crops as down by the wind. at Santa Cruz and estate owners up to what is
:' As it lies in the swamp one by one fell sick to orange trees: in this I section than going (
at Tampa
rely ruined. They have proved disas- it reminds one of the huge giants read about The master, on whom everything now devolved whatever on, anti to realize the near possibilities of I
=.(,; us to the may be the cane.-l'alatfa the
forage and many rice crops of in fought situation. Wo learn that the
# f' school-boy days. It stood the monarch against tho disease until the Herald. road will
I section of the county. This is the first of our forests the vessel was turned bo a narrow minirp., ntul that the\ cstlmat",1
u on roadside near Tulogee over to the salvors, when Ri. .TnhLHY. q.n'_
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we have been troubled with theses.Like creek, near Providence ho fell u exhausted. lIe stood cost will be about $0,500
It was a live oak at the wheel Tho Daytona moil-carrier per mile for the :
City Reporter, tree and measured for three days, until 1m feet brings Indian whole ruute.-JlfontffQniery Advertiser
thirty-six feet in circum burst open, river pine-apples to this market dug 0.PKOOKESS .

.lonel Coryell Dtu'd.has had tile ference. It's ago can never be known. It there not being a man on board able to relieve and finds ready sale for them at every 20 cents trip, OK TilE Souru FWBIDA RAIIlioAU. ...
hall in the
was a large tree from the date of him. On Saturday he with .-We
the earliest all LU each. are Indebted to .
f' '}'rl'e man't Bank ---San Mateo pcoplo have made Major J. T.
: arrangements
building
thoroughly, recollection oCthe oldest inhabitant" A crew, wont to tho United States Marine Hospital Champney for Uio following
with information
Intel lIe tho
contemplates before tile scale' sight of it will repay the ride of the visitor where they have the best attention i people at Pelicero respecting our railroad which
opens to remodel the have : creek to make a through road from tho for. will be grati-
stage, it
carJ Jferalil. and will
Quincy be
noon: able to join the tying to the
vessel.
mer place tho majority of our readers
ami otherwise put in first-class condii to Matanzax river near tho ; The
Key tJt.t: Gulf
i and to supply} new scenery. The hall Uernundo. Oranuf. inlet. The coast lands are being bought and South Florida ILiMroud Company has secured -

|be handsomely decorated and will be Quite a squad of cattle-lri\'rli left. Brooks. A most substantial settled upon by many who have groves on from Mr. Disston, tho purchaser of

died with hairs instead of benches, and ville last week to collect a !herd in Southern addition to the Kanfordsawmill the St. Johns. We have room and a welcome the 4,000,000 acres of State lands, a gift of
40xGO
:-. used only by first-class: companies Georgia. Cattle-shipping to Cuba is,reach. in, which feet in size: has, been completed for many more.-&. Auywtine Weekly{ every alternate section along tho line of the

,, nnd story x>f the building has also ing mammoth proportions, and there appears lath machine the shingle machine and Sumter road, upon condition that it builds the road

j,' i thoroughly to be no abatement of the and other attachments to the to Tampa, and.completes It there In three
repainted, and. now yearly demand. mill The immigration
will to
pre- be Sumter
-k .-The lands put. The shingle machine is county tills years. It will be continued
F n entirely different appearance from belonging to the Eu. about fall will be larger than through from-

jit did two months ago.-Unimi. banks estate, containing twenty-two hun ready 'and Mr. Martin, In charge, Those who have any previous year. Orlando. It will be finished to Uartow in
.
they will settled here
says
{ furnish
the whole hailing
Escambla. dred acres and located near of Orange from one year. These alternate sections
extend
.;t-..- : busIness ,season" of Pensacola were sold last week to ex-Governor BrooksvilleJ George; county with the best of hawed cypress and Georgia,- state, Alabama that Mississippi and Kentucky not only along the line of road, but six unites
pine
F. Drew & Co. shingles from this on.-A telegram a large number of their back (ruin the line
the This is each
year" in this year 1881 for a valuable tract of friends side. Tlie Apopk
from
I Mr. J. E. Ingraham to )Ir. are now preparing to emigrate to this
-- the summer business land. The sale indicates the E. It. Traf- branch will be built after the >
is much opinion the in main linaia
ford county the fall
civil
r than that of the autumn leading men of Florida entertain as to the .engineer of the itoutli Florida among them men of finished' to the KlIslmmee'river.[
winter and
twenty
,
lUilroad means and inJluence.
J' .:It is really large. The harbor shows bright prospects: of Ilernando county.:1utonly has bought, advises a him of the fact that he large Immigration from There the will also be a miles south of Orlando. It bad been the intentionof k

tof twenty-nine cx-Governor Drew and drawing-room car and a new North and the
to build
large Captain
vessels from IngHs company the
u : Northwestern Apopka
engine for states.
the The
buUide but several other road, which will bo Agricultural and brunch
the shipped
district | straight
prominent and
via
well-in through South
mostly foreign }<
hrun Apopka
'ruIt.GroweTlf'lII5OClaUon
|vely squadron of various craft formed, gentlemen of Middle Florida have liately. Mr. Tratrord.also informs! in! [still endeavorIng to Charlotte Harbor and it Is owing only to, 4'
more invested that two miles of the extension is to procure labor Immigration, and the recent combinations, inducod
us than the ocean largely In Hcrnamlo land- already we by the
roob.I
.1,. h of July thirty.five goere. During vile OrUC I&t. graded, and that the work will bo pushed hope the effort will be crowned with success, pisbton, that purchase and erabroglio In the charters -
vessels of size I caused the
for the
'
change
forward for
I most serious the
vigorously until impediment to the mutua
; two steamships, entered fA'mIe&ed.-SQull rapid benefit ot both
the har- Jllllfborouph companies. There
Fkrida advancement Id no
Journal. of the
during the same time county Just now is the doubt that had the amount In lands

r fith cargoes of timber thirty-six The town election on the 11th in t. wentoft' ZVtfc. scarcity of reliable laborAdvance.ICAILItO.tD ; been raised! at the appointed time the required Soot!

and lumber; quietly, and the The Florida Ilailroad
following Com.any
gentlemenwere county commissioners | would have bad
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I eighteen sailed for wereiu ttexniun this
ports of the elected Apopka branch
Cingdom for the ensuing year: Mayor, the Unit three day of this week. NOTES IItructlon long ago under con.
two
to Holland two They t and. lu all
to G U ,
iiTobabUity.it
Fparkmari levied would
; couuf'lhQ'uJClarke a tax of fw) cents on the have been
1111 1 Iwo to Germany 41 10U, which, ciiitiime4
through
one to to
Tortugal, one to Jlruil Itelgium, W. 11. Henderson, I), Ghira, T, 1':. Jackson added to the State tax, makea $1.70 on the TuneFLoali4t. ; ALABAMA NOUTHCBM; KAIL. Harbor under an ft11'eementyitl Charlotte Mr. Diw-
;
,( Hepublie. one to the and J. IV Wall ; marshal and collector '100.( The total amount of taxable WAT CoICP.UY.-As noted in our Issue ton, tw In the line from Orlando. :At it it
'" one to Uruguay, and Jutfl'OIIt elerk In property of now, we have, it is] to be
\
the
; and feared lost
treasurer the
Josiah county yesterday, a declaration
'4 American Ferris $307,77 J being for tho
,; |*>rt$. The awU'are ; / an Increase Incorpora through line unless It'will
> v be
; ** ** rot taxe the Count im
*- \. I Brock over taxable tion of this mammoth practicable
way. property of last railway to build
nationalities-.Anletcan year of project was acrwH the low
UrilUh }
Dr.
JI. T. Lykew h** 1,400 beef $5i4lJI-llarl filed In the south of the swamp
'; .'Austrian Norwegian rattle In lift r./lnut.IJnI. office of the secretary of state i oint at -which" the J'Oall'wiUlltt
a Swedish:; on
pasture in the southern flopped at
'
I of Monday lank prevent
part
Hcmando The
k Igian.I'ul1uua.e I'utnarn. movement like
.. ; ,German French county, 22mile* the most of ouracIvHi t 0 blame for ehrrraainhlue'wblej

k -indicating the wid'""preud de. ment.Ttuatn TrxUJ4t.fromT4rt.ju.awaHInjhip sla' Jn1htj down the rirer public be
.Lk by surprise But for of green ..
tiiervkquimatrartuf t!tate and all that it It lice aurora AI. .J oteo"MiWUN a
tn.v a g uullltt movement, full of life, tu the of \I. by lU..t 111 n.,4
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t 'Jt1Ir.t.v rATUiiE! $ AX ft STILL I Cotherstone absolutely shivered it was so her bv her Cnnin Hamilton of Jleobarrj- Hamilton )hail bee-n dead ten years, he her face upon his breast.

WA.TE'US"ti like that other voice She al-o told him that! her father had not knew-and naturally she would. Lc glad to If Colonel' Ctllttone.!flr'an of lo'e'o

I c Ye*, sir I .10i; only it i 1'1'0 hard" with been dead many month, and) that she had know there was some one who took an interest rudely one-and twenty years -
apreatsigh. been both to London and Pari In fact she in her only child-that Mrs. Hamilton fore, \IINI. on thalulelorlnr.; Hamilton
I I Clear ia memory's silent reaches What i iJ9 !t.ard-\'our we rk ?"' was so communicative that he thought: he of (;Jcnharr\. had had but one chll,1Colonc,1 of> Glenbnrry inol'lrt"leh', Ill
,t : Lie the pastures I have f-ecn, \o, cir. I don't know that I find the knew everything there was to know about Oth'ntonea well aware-and made up for it \\111 he \

I Greener than the sun-lit spacesWhere work so hani. I could always groom a her ; but notwithstandingherapparc-ntcan t certainly if he wrote a few lines she could in the hotel with the signof the BlackSwanat .
;, I the May has lung her l preen ; horse! well and the stable work I soon pot bur there was one trilling circumstance not take it ami"! and it might be a comfortto York It would he hard! to say who was '

.r i' Needs no sun and need no !starlight used to. And I don't mind! the men : they're which had she mentioned, would have her. I the most surprised at the event which f.il- '

,1 L To illumine these fields facesIs of mine rough, 'but they're good natures], most of spared him many a bitter heartaebe. She And so Colonel Cotherstonc sat down to lowed 1. or. rather, at the, announcement off .i
,1. For HIP glory of dead them. But it's the non-crmmis'iont+l officer did not mention it. however! lie took her his writing table to I IN?n to his old I doubt whether the officers when, the lx1 (
,' 1 the sun, the stars, that shine. I can't tand them, sir." home and sent his trap away, as she wished) love" Mary I Stewart, the mother\ of that exceeding evening after dinner, their chief announced

I,d:' rj t More than one I count my pastures \\"hnot?" him to examine and 1 determine' the full ex* wayward' young gentleman Private that he was going to I be married, were as

: A? life path growetn long; I can do with old McAHi.-te-r: sir," said j tent of the dog's injuries.! He wa! introduced Kdward. Jones, F trop. thoroughly SupriCas was Ned Hamiton. "
J ,: r Uy their my! quiet: waters strayingOft ; the lad eagerly, forgetting his drawl f ; but I to the aged) grandmother, who took quite a "She called him after me, too," murmured when, 1 free tan again, he (' .'1
:4 : / I lay me and am strong. the !crgE'Jlllts'in F tr"uP-O.i Lord !'' with fancy to him by reason of having hitch toI the (commanding officer of the Cuirassiers mothers room at the Black Swan ; and. lam )'

tf. And I call each by its giver, another! 1'1"h. "If I please one I di!'please I, school goodness, knows how many year as he selected a pen. Poor little perfectly' certain that his astonishment did

;'h;:{ t And the dear names bring to them another if* having manIntl'r.!, and) previously'-with! lib great-aunt. She, too, Mary," not equal his mothers, when she f"1lil1Io\,
' ,;:. Glory as from shining faces each thinks he ha' a right to bully me as mentioned Hamilton of <;Jl'nbarn', mid I.was easy enough to write November faithfully IMward Pothersfone \- lieI }

; : In some new JertL lern. en haul as he likes. Becau they've pot a few iiH-ntioneil him, moreover, in a way which under the printed "Cavalry Harrack, all those years. Perhaps the most thoroughly .
c shillings worth of gold lace on their jackets did not how that any large!; amount of love York." whi'l was already' stamped on the amazed of them all was Colonel "

n If Vet 0 well can rtmemlicr. I supf o" (!." was lost between the'm. paper, found the next part scarcely -tone himself.To ,

.J Y Once I called my pastures! l.ain "Which, they have won by their own He does) not always! behave very respeet- sx> ea!y. His most natural impulse was to the intense amusement of the whole '
'.{ And the waters were a torrent good conduct" r'j'Jilie) the Colonel. "I'll fully to grandmamma.." Mary confid to begin, )1' dear :Mary ;" yet when he had rrpiment his wife calls him "Itie. The I'

\ Sweeping through my life amain tell you what it I is, Hamilton you're a him in an undertone. "lie calls her old written it ; thought it to familiar, so took young ones say that he grew having

i VI Now I call them '.Sl VHA and stillness! voting fool), with only little further to go lad\,,''.' and she a in't !bear it." another sheet. Having put another "No ho heart, !o manase* to pet his brains exchanged
I Brightness of all happy thought, in the dil''Ctlon'ou'I'C In now to find yourself Confounded cad," thought} Mr. Cothcrsbmc. vember 14 at the top he began, My dear for one; but if one of them goes a

Where I linger fur a bles!ing; : at the devii.r' I :'tlno..lumiltol-t little wrong in duty or any other resi+(. In-
,a: From my fare!* that are naught. You know me.sir.." the lad gnsjxd."I They found, upon examination, that Fluff i !hal say next ?" he said) aloud.It very quickly find out that the chief s brainis
: ',',1 I know tour-pa.ople," answered 1 the was not; very mueh the worse for his accident d- took time to write that letter, i as keen as ever it was in the days when he

a ': Naught? I know not. Jf the power Colonel curtly. He had: almost !said' "your ; and) l little Mi"s Me wart wa romfortcdbejond but at )last he accomplished it. It was not \\a popularly believed to be altogether deficient

', Maketh thns his pastures green, mother' :' but changed the word in lime to measure when the young Cuirassier' n't'long, and it wa- rather !otif. in certain internal arrangements of
i Maketh thus hi* I ri i r rI Out of waste firs heavens serene : for your own, mind-I will J give you one I' off ho' would, he all right again. have only this afternoon discovered that ;,

j i I can trust the mighty chemist more chance I If I more yon out of F troop j limit of course, he called I next d,1to ask your vjn has enlNted in the Cuiros-icr under = Legal .\ ertisentenls. '

Of the May-land and the soul, into Sergeant-Major McAllister': *, will you after Flutf and! a!rertain if MiStewart' had the name of Join, He has b'cI five | __ _- ;
And the faces of my dead' ones give me your word to try to reform ?" I recovered) from her rri ht. He was also remarkably month. in the regiment, and though a" yet Jiinllfc's ('our.. i.t

.! Pledge no waste within his whole! The cfirn!-on tide flushed anew over the attentive to the old<< lady, and won he is impatient of restraint, I am in hoj I OF FLORIDA.) ,;;1
H: C. Gannett.COL lad's fair facea rush: of feeling (could that I her heart as easily he did that of her granddaughter. that we shall make a good) soldier' of ],, t STATE NASSAU COr STY.

'I l ,( \' darkness l lot' tears?) il odcd into hi< azureeyes. I For some few months!! this kind and, in the course of a few year, that he T, C. A. WHHfintton; and IFifc-Yon are J .

He forgot that he was only Private of thing continued. IMward CothcMonc will obtain his commission.' Any interestof hereby notified that a writ of attachment ha.> "
OSKL CO THKKSTOSK.It .
-- Jones, and that the tall man with the stern grew more and more happy ; Iullittle Mary mine, you may be sure, he will not want. been i<"ued ngain you and your property a
bronze' face before him.wa that awe-inrpir faded somewhat, drooped as dots a flower Believe lire my dear Mrs. Hamilton, rot attached, to satisfy the demand of Charles '
rr\ cherul/s face under '\
just a ,
which was met Colonel 'Cotlicrstone's forage- lug; being the commanding officer! ," Colonel ', for lack of water and !'un..hine. :Sometimes faithfully your*, Anirel, amounting to $:_). Now unless you ,

can he Rat bolt upright in his chair angryeaze Cotherstone. one of the strictest martinets i I she' frightened him. she )looked) so pale, so KnwABP; LE GEStF COTHER-TO.VE." shall appear before' J, A. Ellermann, a Justice -

j) I: Saturday, as afternoon. .A cherub's face,smooth one in the servie-c-he forgot it all. He wan and I fragile ; then again she would That was the letter he wrote and of the Peace in and for said County, at

and fair: which had as yet not the f.iintt-t: only remembered that he. wa Hamilton of I'brisihten I nrhen lie appeared and throw him Threedays passed, during which, he receivedno !( his office at Fernandina Fla., on the nth
and that this the fir-t real into fresh tran" of love and of A. D. Vl*! at 10 o'clock
j signs of a mustache; a face with languishing : Glenbarry, was : I ports happiness ; r'ph'-a fact which worried him some day August, a.m.,
kindness old :McAllister'1'' that he and the until it will be render azainst
t azure that went straight to Colonel' except so pretty 1'1:1Wl'lIt on was what. On the fourth day, he received judgment you.
eyes
lO\'e\'r.
had met with for month In the impulse" played out tir one fine morning in June ANGEL
note hand from :
1 Cotbcrstonc's heart' in spite of his! anger and a .tV 't1T. Vl.\JIE..
of the beheld out his hand and the crash He had in for half
t. moment came. gone him to call and her at the Plaintiff;
r the popular belief that he was in the fortunate asking see
j of of adamant In. said) heartily "I'll try, sir." an hour, because he knew Mrs.I Stewart Swan Hotel. Hack Fcrnandina, Fla..June 2 181. kIn
possession lump
l' y ''. l a Colonel Cotherstone laid his would 1 be visible in the
just fingers << not so early duroi
; ahead of that too frequently inconvenient i He to be just going out when) JUth'.s .ouri----
j t in the outstretched hand fur It moment. i Mary looked) so bright and fresh that the hapJled
organ The scene was the Colonel's quarter the him, ?o he thrust it into OF FLORIDA
Very well Hamilton, I'll take your voting I> I.li'r'a!< tempted to take her in STATE ,
in the cavalry barracks at York ; the his pocket-not without a certain feeling of i COUNTY OF NASSAF.: }
t r J time between 3 end 4 in the afternoon ; wont, he replied gravely. Now you can his arms and kiss her' calling her by every t'Ulcrm- the sight of the daint., deli To C..1. l lilfl.mi Wife:-You are ,
dranaJti'lJUq'ltr.. Colonel lid ward Ie GcndreCotberstonc ) fond endearing name' lie could think, telling -and took his the hereby of attachmenthas '
't wailto
When the door )had rioted liehind the lad her and and how heloved
over over over again '
t \ lie did .
:
McAllister and town not
Sergeant-Major po vcrv ( ; been issued against you and your property
1 Private Eiwari Jones F It Colonel 1 Cotherstone sat down again in Jabs -how veryery dearly he loved her he called at the florists, half and
1 Troop. was :! way, attached! to satisfy the demand of James ;
<
arm-chair tried to think. But thftik he his little Scottish la ,ie and deal d1
Private Edward Jones who a good flower for,his buttonhole whiterosebud
: owned thecherub's bought a :! "Meddaugh[ and Wife,amounting to$3i.8a, ,
could not. A vision of a cherub's face under more in the same ',! face the 'languishing blue eyes, the it was He met H.Jl' that Now, unless you shall appear before J. A.Ellermann .;
t \ a forage came persistently between him of her? She drew) !back never whis- them.But
lithe ( cap never: knew and with .
and he chat
long limbs: alealso a bad char stayed to f'Juticc of the Peace in and) for ;
and his thoughts. How was it iKTcd l the faintest hint of that secret which
I many years
I' acter. The description would not h dawdle a* he would he came to thelintel said County, at Fcrnandina, Fla., :
that such head and" face had lingered between her and him-the which hisnfkeat
secret
just a
largely ago
plied at all to the- chief who was at last. Every one who had been in on the 27th day 1SS1. at 10 o'clock .
made ami with in his memory ; just such a cherub'sface mice or twice' he had stumbled upon.o York knows that is the rendered
far from
; .. stalwart a sunburnt, rugged i'l not very a.m., judgment will be again you t'
t taco and) hair plentifully besprinkled with anti under a forage cap? And yet there \ she clung to him with an almost despairing Cavalry Barracks t the Back Swan. Colonel J. E.! MEDDAUGH .VND WIFE.Plaintiff.. ,
: gray. Nor would it have done for the Ser- was a difference. The mother's sweet blue! passion, which made him feel uneasy Cotherstonc went amid asked }

a P scant-Major: who while owning the most eves had. looked straight into his! own with I in spite of his happiness ; she twined for :Mrs Hamilton. "Was )I hal. Hamilton Fernandina Fla.. June 18S1. :r i
never a shade of the ;shame he had seem in her soft arms around his throat and cried '' 2 !
irreproachable character --
was fat and bald, at home? ('ertainl gentleman
i.'I and moreover did not jo| stets a good feature those of the win that very ..lannll the for incredulously : step this ?" ) 'oulclhc In Jii"tice.s Court.STATE ;;H)
"t onhii broad, red) countenance. age cap from under) which, the mother's golden !. Da you really )love me, Eddie?" way : OF FLORIDA, ::1
I curls had) strayed bore the' :gold band of Heally) my darling" he answered. And so they led him upstairs and ushered) COUNTY Of .\SS.\l
Sergeant-Major, you can said l Colo- I
,i Huh) Collier-tone curtly ; whereupon go' that an officer instead.) of the simple yellow of the And then she broke from the clap of his him into tlC room, where seated bthe To George \\'liltr\ >y :-You ,
I' having saluted), dingo n. loving arms almost impatiently, though the fire, was a -: lady with wavy golenhair fled! that a'writ of attachment has o'Clii"ull i

,. pretty personage sure; that Private Jones departed was,coming feeling HeVa., not altogether l'M.in. his mind, lovelight still shone in her azure eyes, the with soft/ blue eyes,and two against you and your property to

in for a in-verc wigging. as he put it, theColonel's that big bronzed soldier. He knew that, in dimpling smiles still played about her tender hands outstretched "to greet him-his old satisfy the demand of W. B. Thompson, surviving
t going tu it"Mm spite of his stern words be had treated Private ) mouth )love, Mary Stewart. partner of Dickinson & Co., amounting
4 I .. But Colonel! Cothcrstonc give I j lroper.' ) Immediately Jones a great deal too easily, else he "I shall try on yourcap." idieannounccdcoquetti How can I thank you? site ('ril.U I to $: 5.2Now, unless you shall appeiar

act about the task which he hud imposed would i not havernlj.tht> !MTgeant-major : hly : then stuck the goldenbordered have tried for. all these five nlnth3 fnd before J. A. Ellermann. a Justice of the '

himself. An obstacle away. It i not altogether: ir\ial for commanding little:cap on one side of her head, and out what my hoW:1 doing. I couldn't pcr.sla.lc Peace in and for said County, at his office at
upon not
coming between commanding officers veryoften otluxT to talk to refractory soldiers turning; from the glass looked at him with him to come home" and I have bens }.'t'tllanIJna. Fla., on the 2uth day of August y

t i and their presented itself in the as he talked) to Private Jones,and yet- passionate love filling her blue eyes, love unhappy about him '' at 10 o'clock a. in":, judgment
I' hapo of that troopers dainty cherub face with the No" he muttered. "I couldn't be hard which she had caught from his. The sound "alas he never written to you? will be rendered against von. '

r fair waving hair and the languishing on )), who came and looked at me of a carriage stopping! without caused her to "Oh yes ; e\'t. week regularly. But I W. B. THOMSON,
f f eycsso! like another face: that he had known azure with diary's eyes, and talked) to me with turn her head, and when she looked at him did not know that he was in York. His letters Surviving partner of Dickinson *t Co.,

long ago and loved. At I last, however lie Mary's !soft tongue. Poor little :Mary !" And again the smiles had frozen on her' sweet came from London, and the only address Plaintiff.Fernandina. .
>s f forced himself to speak straightway his thoughts tlew back to the mouth and a nameless horror had taken was a London t-ottl. He sid )he June 18. 1881._td

$ And how long ia this state of things to little scene enacted over so man't"oll'!' ago the )place of the tender tIht'lllch; a mo was not in"prison, but culln't tell me '
continue?" he demanded : and which hud been recalled so vividly to ment before was shining in !her: ej' % s. any mom. NOTICE OF'IXCOIU'OIMTIO.X.
sternly. his that afternoon of wiiich "So. he bas not been in prison." Colonel F
memory a !scene 0, my d.ulinvhat is it? the young
sir teucebut (. the principal incident was a cherub's face soldier cried in sudden afright. Cothe'rstone answ erel smiling! .as thought KNOW .\J. :'tfl BY THESE PRES ,
long legs nrrvoll..lr.an.t under forage of the near shave he had had in that respect. C. W. J. H. ,
; lowered his until the Colonel couldHO a : cap. It is:! Hamilton of Glenbarry, she answered YuIC'
a eyes "J didn't quite understand letter," JttliimnisViiliam I W. B. C. Dur-
longer see them. Once their withdrawn Naturally, before lilward) le flendre Coth- in a hoarse whisper. your \nun.
;ry from him he able gaze erxlone had; obtained/ Ids regiment, he had What is he to you 'othcrstonc cried .nidJlrs.IIamiltonpresently. "Why should \ e, Thomas Kydd, Calvin B. DibI.lt'nr>'
to
was fluently
i enough. Usually\ Colonel Cottiers-tone speak held the resjK-c-tive jiositions of major, captain nasaionatelv."Heismv. he be ashamed e>If the profession he has taken E. Dottcrer, and G. Stark, all : '

did hot, tind himself at los for words. lieutenant and) cornet. Well, it was i -" up-too much ashamed even to tel me what :Florida, under and in nccortlncl with tin-
; a
; .. Now, look here Jones" he saitl11I.lIy.' when he "':\.* only Cornet eothe tone, and Your what? For God's sake "|*vik. and it was? Why should he have any restraint provisions of an act of Florida, -

yet with suilicient firmness to make his, but two-nnd-twenty, that he was foolish let me know the worst!I" he said) fiercely. placed upon him? "Have timeother officersso enttlen act to Provide for the Creation
to fall in love. i much restraint? and to Prescribe their General
wor.11Im'rt'ii\'e.! we must have chan enough He will be my husband, she answered, c
}, a e. in voice almost inaudible. '. "My dear :Mrs. Hamilton,your son has camlimited. Powers and
Almost every day I hear of some freVh misdemeanor At that time the CtiirasMers were quartered ( Inbltic alPr\'t1 '
idleness, insubordination, work ) at }IMinlniOili. an.llt was in the modern With almost brutal roughness: dither- :said the Colonel kindly, wonderingat gust $th, 18T.3, and '

#, Lair done or left/ undone altogether;,; infringement Athens that he and lib fate met. That stone thrust her away from him, caught up ignorance. of said State, l'ltll"1n act to Repeal) an I
,> of rules absence without leave. was one-and-twcnty years before the opening I his cap and gloves', and strode out of the "lowenlbtt'tI? act entitled l'ro\'idt for the Creation
fi What is: the end to be?" of this story, when Colonel Cotherstone .I house where he had S|>cnt such blissful' mv regiment as, an officer, of Corporations and) to Prescribe their

Private Jones shot one swift/ glance at his was fiirty-three, a tirM-rate !'soldier and considering hours and where alas ho bail had such' u he"t.1iI" General I'owt't and Liabilities, and to Recreate t
_, all : bitter blow and he never her : Mv boy a common soldier? Amend' the Sections Repealed b
chiefs keen'angry face, opened his niouth things, fairly |opular, though his saw again. )
.
\ ; corrected Colonel Cot her.
'; if tn but ended officers, esiH-elally the subalterns/ l I private ., said act. approved! :March: llth. lt>7l>,
a* speak, sir The
| by remaining; quite| >elieved : following day came a piteous note ofexplanation Yes "
stone gently. that is what he is.
lent. The Colonel however I in u theory\ of 'standing I hereby associate ourselves) together as a corporate
continued: : ,now manyears -how her' father had wished' it ; "
cried the )little
& "By what rhaln of clrCUIU"tanC"ou" which declared him to be minus everiil : how she had given Hamilton the promise to "My"boy, woman, brokenly body under the name and style, of

came: to en Hit I don't know ; but if you important internal arrangements' :!, one of : please her father when he was dying; how soldier) my Does boy he, Hamilton have to of Glenbarry, a THE BEACH HOTEL AND 10.CO, I
t imagined for an instant that your birth which was a heart, the other being, the bowels : she had not had courage to tt'lIliim earlier, ?" groom a horse, PANY. The principal place o of ,a;
would to ride of compas-iuii. He pray sid Company shall be in the City of Fer
|>eriuUyoii rough-shod over certainly was very because she had never dreamed he could "
everything why made mistake hart!. They all vowed l he had not I she "Certainly. nandina, in the State of Florida.II j '
you a Because n single care for her ; how was very, very unhappy "And to do stable work?"
gentleman because soft/ put in his whole but I under That the business of said Compaumyshall
you are you can i composition, they 'erwlth a great dash the "Yes."
peak hair a dozen languages, because you were wrong.! A oft place he had, and the adverb, and a woful blister jut below I Does he have to salute) ?'' b to build and manage I hotel aliu.t.s.'rv
; have got through your fortune and madean unruly lad with! the cherub's> face had been how, though she must keep her promise, "Of In you accommodation on Amelia Heat-l
fool of ) I lucky;enough to tin.it out. l'OIr. spite of himself a smile and to obtain the right of maintaining and
utter be would
yourself you cannot excused she: love her darling Kddie: bet all broke his fae-e. .I
over hope that is beaili
not
vcrvhard collecting toll on road the
your duties or have your misdoing' As I said In-fur, l IMward: le n nlrIth- her life long. for connecting
with the of Fernandina.III. .
h passed over without puaishmcnt. I dare en>tone was tWI/.anl-t\\'l'nh'' when' be fell in And that was the end of it. A few<< weeks Not t(him.," she said, impatiently. I No That City the of the Company
say it's hard for you to )be restricted!, to obey 'love for the first indeed the
only, time. He later lie saw the announcement of her raar one would f mind saluting you of course ; shall be ten thousand dollar, divided
t the non-commlss.Ioned officers, to turn out was driving along Prince street one afternoon riage in the irate| 'rc, and then he tore her but the others You don't'I.3t to )into shares of hundred dollars each, T
of your bed at F o'clock, to 'live with men of when a i-mall! Skye terrier letter and himself she one
managed; to up set to forget her. On i is obliged: to put his up Sf) -with a with : of stockholders to subscribe
a different rank from your own ; but you get itself under the horses heeN, and in the whole, he buiceeded) privilege
fairly well. He ludicrous imitation of a salute! -"to all the in ( one-fourth and U
(4)one-eighth(1)) ( ) ( )
should have considered<< all! that before addition ont
to that
you I one of the heels pa*ed tlll'ehim.cl( heart and soul auto his profession young subs, to the riding-maj-tcr, even?" half shares-ten centum of all subscriptions
brought yourself down to your present ji>siUon. i over it. At every period of his life lldward: with what result we have seen Hesucceeiled I t He certainly has to do so,"answered the of stock to be per when such sub-vrij' i
V\ ith paid
\ your advantages of education! Colla-Moiie )la.II.'t'n as keen as ti hawk& is in making every one. even him Colonel.
you might gt your commission in the popularly MipixiMvl to be. and) \'hio" of elf believe of the lions are lu.I( ana the remainder a maybe
/ a he was u man consistencyof .Hamilton of Glenbarrv salute, touch his ordered the Board of Directors of said
course of a few years, and win back the |,oaUion guidon-haired jrirl dres>ed l in black who littered stone and yet when Private Jones, hat to a riding-master!." ejaculated :Mrs.: I, by

you have lost: ; but while your present I a piteous cry un.l'ut! two little black- I brought; }din in receive a severe lecture, not Hamilton. "I it is absurd utterlvabsurd I Company. created!
you the
bad I conduct continues 1 can do for t1 That corporation hereby
nothing glove) )hand* out to re-t lie the little animal for one 'but a dozen misdemeanors, came !" 1' tinday i

you, I cannot ra.s you over the heads of who was howling frightfully! caiiMsl l !him to I and, loole-d at him out of Mary's blue eyes, Whilst he remains in the ranks it must of llte corporate "xht"IIC rm
of of
men who do thcirduty conscientiously! men I pull up the tl".1pVith a jerk:and jump" and talked to him in Mary's soft voice, he be done," said the Colonel smiling still at ting tut articles incorporation aforesaid ,
ulioiu I can trust If you do not chose to I I "Oli I am sorry." he said ,lending"wu'l could not find it in his heart-his adamantine her vehemence. us required by the acts as .

niter your present ways you must makeup ,', the little creature now whining pite.usly' in he-art-to bo hard on :Mary's boy. Then he shall not remain in the ranks! and shall continue for the term of ninety-
nine .
your mind to remain a privatealwavo; there its young Inbtrt.* arm! I am sogrieve, The vision of the cherub's face under a she How soon I have him years.V.
.
.s no favoritUm, in the army. \ou have I, I hop it's not much hurt" forage-cap threw him back with jviinfuldis.tinctncss ''t"a t'rt1 ,1 That the buoirm *softheCompanyshall
been five mouths in the regiment be conducted by a Board of five ((5) Directors -
now and The
girl' blue + half drowne
,
"
oyc is they to the! 11 "
m time, one-and-twenty years ill take ,
'k those: five !UI\th"oU have utterly wasted.Iw4vs ). were in tears tla hetl! an indignant glance at I before, when he parted from }Iar)". He realized "and 1 leave you him fora my' a.Ji he asked until, to be c'etel' bthe stockholders on the-
or first of )March in each and every
Monday
.' behind the
r< shielding; yourself fact }mho, that afternoon November 1 advise
Saturday to him
that by birth lira a gentleman, by birth Wouldn't IKJ I you buy ofT' year, that the first election shall
you you hurt slieaskel& blunt- that )perliaiis he had been very hard upon You would do what t for ?" the be txCl.tng
and by education I tell you sir, those two Ivointingto; time wlice 1 us she spoke, "if'I her, l. >or little! soul! He might at h'Uot widow me time a the undersigned cur
facU are a disgrace to you;simply a diJi that had gone, right over your lIoh'1" have clayed and xaid a few &kind words to faltt't,1 I would "" porators, or a majority of tlem. shall deter
hand
touching her shall
'ace, instead of a blessing and an honor.A 11'hat do I mine upon. Said Board ,
:: ; cm I to lie1t!( you 1" 'he nH..I, the poor< little woman! who was bound to a for a moment. That
was a advance such
elect
yet I have kept you out of the degrada-' wisely Ignorlllg the que.hun. "{fin I drive man she hated.. That she hated Hamilton i for Colonel Ct>ther>tone ; but great the old influences other a President and Secretary, and of
thou of the cells but 1 find that punishment home 1"' subnUnate officers as the business )
; you there could be nO) doubt (or the look of were strongly at work in him the
by fines U of no avail-the punishment of a "I Iiat PortoMlo she t may require
answered l help. loathing and horror which leaped into her I don't know why you should be good CI1\1' indebt
) falls l highest amount of
idle simply U'Ovonr mother Ies.>lv. .he \1
us realize.his proclaimedh'er l to she bald
eyes presence: rather
t 1'rivatu Jones! lintel I I Ids: .1".n crimsoned Please let me driveyou there" he urged. feelings plainly enough. Ah, dar t thunghe hared tf forlornly." r b or liability to which said corporationcan
badly to
s jutor and
"":. 4'';' by shamed blushes, and repeated ColonelOatherstone's "Let me hold him while you ;pet in, and had got from poor little soul to 11 I Yet very ?' drawing you nearer vet- taking five at any tlnle'tlnhjet itself shall b twenty

concluding words: then I'll )lay him ever so carefully on your "I-'r darlingbut he felt now that he her hand. ant .I ($21) dollar bt
VII.
;' That shall
"My mother, air? haP d i i had been cruel) to her; he might; at 'least, i I was unhappy," she said t &iI Company ).
*' Your mother, sir," returned the chief And so he had' his own ,,"li'', and that was 1 have answered that lmeart-brokendespair. I They were s both simply. vested with all rights and privileges whid.the
I' | the he
If have no consideration for a little of Edward I I I standing on rug; acts hlrt.rOr, referred to can convey,
you peculiarity l'uthl'r.tone'' s. dog letter anti Mt perhap' have made her J a )large, fine, upright figure in tweed
Emily for yourself, for the honor of He took the dog from her with the bear : gray ; VIII. we, the partiesaforesaid
your utmost lot Ittoi hoard to Hum jlY al.y) it was she, a dainty thing in purple velvet )looking win whlrf
your old! rums; .... :sham at the contempt tendcmevi and without elicitingakinglecry! ; I Well, at all evnt... he teat o>.t been ',artl absurdly to be the mother Private our hand al,1
of)'.mr <.rti vrs no dread of what the t'nluf t and when the had mounted into the hi-'h. ultlnt] the l'II'v that *sts ..:.." ntnsolmg I Ip Jone- young tl.,. the mb-day of May, A. nl"'l

-, all ti.!. will 1 : 4Vr who l hurt' ron never "TO. uibi.ir. J the young 1 htdv'" na'...' wu Mewart-Marv I He had mv.; ."+l all alonjr who Private j hand. 11'13. RAWSON.

; 'fife s !Ia.I tamvl away in confused silence, Stewart-and that{ ,.l., liv.sj with >her jmnifiu f- }, Jon.. rraMv. wa. though until that tery afj d dto j o WieHJ"ou went! and-because W. I C. DUUYEK,
'. Answer line." tliuuJered the chief. i .'ther, whu'li! >t too utUti g's out Su! cuM .f.." I. he had nut been quite <-rtain. lie !; 1., away ; -- T. KYU

!I. pjf ia Uien! f r the first time, "p''&fc<- in him. toil, that khe was beviiiteen, arts tl.nl& : St r t.s h.tjf. letter U Pits mother wuuld.tu I 44 Wrll ?' lie eagerly .HecausIteeuuse CL n U .

L. r1,.. watt trawling '( >iw threat i'Iund Fluff, the injured Skje, had been given U. ynv' _*..!. Sl lau wus M widow now. |1.'hrMIUI I :kt1, you 1\'*she said, hiding*-- S> O.11. bl.\m.. DOTTKRKK. : :





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THE FLORIDA MIRROlt : AUGUST 20. ,

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t Rebeccii Kvcrtngliam: I .i.'f.-if'" 1IOltebiaN Li Y1; 3
with steamer
1'IOnW.W1'STlmHAIJ.W. ; connect:
SOUl: OF Tim AVVASTAUKS 01 Railroad. s .\Y. every Thursday Apalachicoln) Fin., and 1,
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FLORIDA. every Saturday for Columbus, Ga., and Eufaula -
rni.ME CARD '
The rapid of South Florida Ala.Connects.
improvement
"'n, cross!' Short Utie.AVANNAH Jordan
(I. Gunby I
with steamer
In the last few years has made many, who OF Tit K: Il
arc living in the more Northern states desirous every Sunday for ApaluchScola) Fla., and l
of learning !more about the decided .1Ti..lN'f1CliLi'C11'IS'C l INIiA'rli.Ae \. On and after Sunday, June 20, 1881, Passenger every Tuesday for Columbus, and Eufauln:

advantages:( of tropical Florida. When lh Trains will run daily over the 11'uycross AI\:
SIT RAILROAD
tide of immigration first set in, the greater Short Line as follows : Connects at Luke City with trains on the i

part of the .people were led here by the desire PENINSULA HA 1 LROAD, IVt!" ;Mail.Jack'villc( : Florida.Central. Railroad: for Jacksonville' i U N. 'IAII NTI1A9ISIII1N 4
Express. J.'l'Tnan.1I111IIncl CedarKey.
of engaging in the fascinating pursuitof and St. Johns River
orange growing The great profit that an ( 1Iill.10 Branch,) Leave Jacksomille.... 7.35 a. m. .I.:?;) 1'. in. \ :

yielded; not to mention Arrive Jacksonville... 8.10 p. in. 8.10 1\. in. General: l'ay ngcrAgent.LOI11IA Will leave Cedar Key

'1r orange home beyond grove the reach of the cold biting AM:" Leave Callahan......... 8.12:! 11.111. i.22 p. in.0.15p.m.. ----- .-----.- -------- ----- ..--- -

wind,*, ,put; people to thinking. If others FEUNANDINA I .t JACKSONVILLEUA1 ) Arrive 1Cayeross,11.07 a. m. ; CENTRAL HAH.ROAD.OOlNd !FOR-NEW; ORLEANS! EVKRY; OTHER:

I'amolth and found home, and in a few LUOAD.In Arrive Jcsup.............12.35 noon, 11.05 p. 111. FRIDAY.
? saw an sheltering their Arrive llrunswick..... 0.00 p. nl. (i. 10 n. in. WKST.Leave .

years the labor orange of their grove hand, Arrive Savannah,....... 3.00) p. in. :: .OO a. m. ....... 8:15 .
cottage, own why Jacksonville ........... .f : \ M.Leave -
l could they not do the same? Ifotl1l'J'4I could Leave( Savannah for White, J Ilou 8:53: A. M.Leave r

leave snow-clad hills of the North and Kffed May 6th, 1SF1. Florida................. l..'O p. 111. 10.30 (p. m. Haldwin ....se..e....................... 5 9:30>>>:: A. M. FOR KEY; WEST AND) HAVANAEVERY
.......... 7.0 7.00a.m.
in Florida find a climate mildand 1 delightful Arrive :Macon. 1' mil Leave Darbyville.......................... (51:55 A. M. OTHER SATURDAY
.... O.Wi;C 8.50 .
.
}' in ntid-winter, where vegetation was as rankin ; Arrive l'lulrll tofl p. m. a in.Ixwvu Leave Sanderson..........................10:10: A. M.

December or January ns in :May or June COIXO flOVTII. t'harleston for Leave Olustee..............................11:24: A. M. -
l Florida................. 7.01III.& 3.30: : ,7).
where flowers bloomed'every month in the Leave 1'Vrnandina............... ......... 0.00 a.m. Atlanta.......... 3..V\) 12.50 noon p Leave :Mt.: Carrie. .........................11:45: A. M.lAave .

year, why not they ? .And tea when this Leave (Hart's Road.............. .....,.. tMTn.m. i Arrive Arrive .,......10.00 a. m.m. ,45| 111.Arrin'1lulltgllllll'r Luke City ..........................12:15: r. M.Leave PARSONS HALE, Agents,
same land and sky was a part of their native Leave Callahan! ................ ......... 10.( ."!:: a.m. Augusta '... p. 8.00 p. 1.10:1 k......... ......... ......... 2:30:: r. M.IA Cedar Fla.

country, where they would meet brothers Leave Dutton........... ......... .........11.2 a.m. Arrive \\'a ) ... )>.3: () a. m. !).10 1\.111 p. in., 'UVC Madison......... .....................4:45: r. M. 9-13t Key '.
,t anxious to greet them and make them feel Leave Hrandy: Brunch ................IL.IS: a.m.IAWC hlllgtoll. Leave Drifton.............................0.40 r. M. -
that they were welcome! to their sunny !skies! .. ....... ....... Lv. Washington daily .. .. ...... 8:50 SUMMER NCIIEIIJLE !
Haldwin: ...... .... 12.03: p.m. 11. ,t. P. H..............10.00 10.30 a. in.Lv. leave Tallahassee:: ..... .... .. : r. !II.I.l'ln'l'
and broad; ,l savannas. Knowing this; numbers Leave Maxville...... ....................12..TJ: ;: j 1'.111. 1'.111. (111 i"l'r............... ..............10:28: r. 'M. -

came, and where there was a wilderness Leave Lawtev ............................. 1.13.111.\i .limited Washington daily..... 11.:1011. in. Arrive Chuttahoochcc River.........11:50: I'. !M. THE RTEAMHIWNT. ;
a few years ago thriving l towns and handsome Leave Temple's( ......... ...........,...... 1 ::!"J) \p.m. ( express) lit \ s
Ar. eYork ( : O F.AST. ,
(homesteads tell their tale of success.Orange : : .............................. l.-'t8:t daily, .r------)1 .
Ll'II'cIurkl':: \p.m. 1' U. U........, ......... (U5a. in. .'.. 'O p. in.Ar. Leave Chattahoochco( River......... 4:30:: A. M.
: six ;; grot and cy are now on many spots the where Leave Thurston ...... .................... l..r l p.m. hew York daily I Arrive Quinsy....................... ...... 5:52: A. M! (l JOHNS l I ?a {t(,19lYlOTNT]
seven eight years since lofty LI':!\Waldo............................... :!!..'II ;p.m.
and thick oak towered in (limited )..... 3.50 p. 111.Ex An Tallahassee....................... 7:30: A. M.Arrjvo .
E their pine clustering Then Leave (Gainesville........................ 3..W p.llI.IoI'a"e I'rc1(1111)express'. Drifton\ ......... .................... !(1.5>:: A. IS!.
primeval splendor. orullgegro't' Arredondo ............... ......... :'l.V2:
p.m. Jo'IItluillll1i1)' except Sunday Arrive MadNon..........................11.30 A. M.
of but the enter- ::
were only thought; ; Leave Hatton.............................. 4.07 }I.ln.
; sow Arrive Live Oak......................... 1:40: p. M.
pricing immigrant the fertility of the TIME.To .
Lt' 1\Archer.............................. -I..: 9! p.m.
Arrive Lake ......................... .
soil, knew the adaptability of the etiniate to Leave Hronson ............ ............... 5.01 p.m. Savannah....................... ......... ?J hours City ::001' M. .
vegetable growing! and planted( a few acres Leave Otter Creek........................ 5.-10 J.III. To New York ..................... .........471 hours Arrive :Mt. Carrie......................... 4:31:: 1'f.. -
i }
; for (the Northern "markets ; mark the results, Leave Rosewood..... ........ ...........
J ho had tomatoes, bean, peas, cucumbers Arrive Cedar Key....................... G.,")} p.m.} To Augusta.................................1-11 hours. Arrive Sanderson........................ JV.40: r. M. .
and so on, in market h'forl'the snow IUl1dh.al'l'c.are.1 To Washington I ..........................:38 hours. Arrive Darbyville.............. ......... n( : J() r. ])\r.

in the :Middle States' The vegetables IO1S(1 SOUTH. To A Him hi...... ...........................10! hours. Arrive Haldwin, ........................... 0:45: 1'. M. WILL leave Fernnndlna! for Jacksonville

'a brought: fancy prices ; an acre netted Leave Cedar Key.......................... 5.30 a.m. To Charleston .................. ..........14 hours. Arrive White House! ................... 7:25: I'. 111.I I Palatka, and intermediate hind-
;j, more than forty-acre !field of Western: corn ; Leave Ilosewood ......................... (UOn.m. Arrive Jacksonville..................... 8:00: r. M.CONNECTIONS. ings on the St. John's River and Savannah

.................. .. and Charleston, as blows :,,
he chuckled over his success and trebled his: Leave Otter Creek .1. 7.001\.111. THROUGH SLEEPERS..JOBJacksonville ::!. : .-At Haldwin with A., G. it

: acreage ; his neighbors; caught the inspiration Leave Itronson................. ........... 7.2 a.III. W. I. T. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville From Fcrnandina
v and ready money was thereafter plenty. A leave Archer.............................. 8.10 a.m. > to Charleston.tflJacksonville and Fernandina. and all points North and

1, boom of success was started and every year LeaveHatton .............................. 8.38: a.m. to :Macon. West ; nt Lake City! for Tallahassee' Albany FOIL JACKSONVILLE; AND' PALATKA,

it spreads. Who can blame the immigrantfor ; IXKIVC Arredondo ...... .................. 8.58 a.n1.Leave ;jB-Jacksonville Montgomery.: Savannah, and nil points North and West!
; EVERY ;
loving; his Florida home and to boast of Gainesville........................ !n.3 a.m. at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steamers Ji-iT" WEDNESDAY.-)?i?.

ii its: advantages; and advising; those whom he Ll'ave111.111 .......................... ...10.30a.m. Passengers taking the :Savannah sleeper j. s. MCELROY From FcrnandinaFOll !
has left at his old home to conic to the Sun Leave Thurston............ ..............10.54 a.m. and arriving at Savannah! at 2.00( n. in., may W. DAVIDSON Master Transp'n.

land where millions of acres of fertile land Leave Starke...............................11.11 a.m. remain in the car until the usual hour of Superintendent, SAVANNA AND CIIARLESTON".W'EVE1tY

untouched as yet by the progressive!" hand of Leave Temple's...... ....................10.20 a.m. rising in the morning 7 a. m.
man, invites him. The far southern corm Leave Lawtev ...................... .....11.37a.m. Only one change of cars to New York. l<'IUIJA Y.-

t) ties of Hillsborongh; Polk.Ianatec und Leave :\Ia x vi lie ........................... ..2.29: p.m. Passengers going to Montgomery\ and New Undertaking. Close! connection made with steamers for

Monroe offer all that the :seeker after a t rop- Leave Italdwin ........ ................. 1.10 p.m. Orleans take the evening train.Passengers -- Mcllonville and Enterprise, also with steamers .

ieal home may want and even more. If he Leave Brandy Branch............ ...... 1.28 p.m. from lino of Transit Railroad li. III/NIERNON, for Ocklawahn River; also at Savannah

is not content with orange; 11111ctultle; Leave Dutton ........... ...... ............ 1..1 p.11) take the evening train ut Callahan at 0.25 with steamers for New York, Philadelphia,

growing, the !broad savannas and the ;gra ty prairies furnish grazing for countless Leave Hart's Uoad...................... 3.25 p.m. Passengers from line of Jacksonville, Penfticolu tt steamers for New.York Philadelphia Baltimore

herds of stock with plenty of room for Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... ".00 p.m. it Mobile Railroad either take trainat and with Northeastern k South, Carta-
All Live Oak leaving 2.431". m. and arriving
more. arc conversant with the profits
4t. Trains daily, except Sunday. at Savannah 2.00 linn Railroads for routes North East and
M, of this business! ; if money can be made at a. m., or train at Jacksonville West.
when four to !six" months winter feeding leaving at 7.35 a. m. \arriving atSavannah W
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% is: necessary, how much more can theseprofits at 3 p. m. FIRST-CIASS PASSENGER; : ACCOMMO

be! augmented) when the grazing is PENINSULAR I RAILROAD), (Connecting at Savannah with steamers for DATIONS.
found as good in mid-winter os in the heat New York, Philadelphia, Uoston and Haiti-
Tickets and
Through Staterooms
( WiMo Jlrnitcti.) secured
; of more.
+ summer. If strictly tropical climate is
und nil information .
desired, it i is probable that :Monroe county( is: liOINO HOL'TH. Connecting at Charleston with steamersfor 11NIEitTAKER.h'ivi'I Centre and Second furnished at office., corner
; the only one of the State wholly below the New York Philadelphia and Haltimoro. streets.

fro,t line, and where coooannts, sapodillas, I.e"c'uhlo Junction................ 2.45 p.m. Trains on Hrunswick iV: Albany Railroad ST.. FERNANDINA) FLA. 20-ly C. A. NOYI. .

alligator) i>ears and other :strictly tropical Leave Santa Fe. :3.18 p.m. leave Junction daily (except Sunday) for -Tantl a --
."
fruits can be grown to perfection. A cocoanut Leave Hawthorne 4.0. p.m. Hrunswick! u at 4.40 p. in. null Key <<'Ha,

grove i i.s 8l1rpOoll.'d. as we said: in our last: Leave Lochloosa. .1.-1. ,') p 1'.111. Through Tickets sold to all points, and BURIAL I1011I METALLIC CASES. VIASteamship

issue! to present greater hopes to (the planter Leave Orange lake. 5. 10 p.m. Sleeping-Car Herths! reserved ut the Savannah COFFINS AND CASKETS. r lllll'A1
than even the famed and well-merited Arrive Ocala. 7.00 }I.III. Florida it Western Railway: ofllce, No. Telegraphic orders promptly attended to. ':O'. LINE,

orange ;,'rove. In the first place a cocoanut fJOI1'\O yonm. 11 West Hay street ;,, aNo at Ticket OIllco _.._ u __ _. ... .._ __....__... _______ "_" _
tree will bear about! u.+ soon as an orange Macon it Hrunswick Hailroad/ corner Hay noot" and
grove and pay even a better profit ; the first Leave Ocala.. a.lit. and! Hogun .streets !II\lll\t Ticket OIllco Flor Stationery.ITu .
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cost is about all of the incurred. Leave Orange Luke .,. 7.20: a.m. ida Central Depot -- -- -. -'-- -- .
expense Jacksonville. Fla. nTi iTiiw
Leave Loch looolu... II A <: >
: 8.30 ,
a.m. .
You buy your land and plants, set them out JAS. L. TAYLOR a .
x and further cultivation Is Leave Hawthorne........v. 9.15" a.m. General :
unnecessary, except Leave Passenger Agent. Wholesale
Santa\' and Retails
0.45
to keep the large bu-lics (down and ifyou a.m. H. S. HAINEH General:
Manager 30
want to this Arrive \Vnlt1oJUlH'tloll.... .......... 10.15a.m. -;
)put same land in -------- ---- -
.. vege- --------------
> :n'
1 uiuies a win prove uouuiy proniaoie every -- -- I JACKSONVILLE, I'J. S.COL.ANI> BQ01 S.\.J.IONI .ARRYING
year. In the second place, the cocoanut I is '; RAILWAY. THE u.. s. MAIL.
F strictly tropical, and in Florida they do not 1.'lm ASI>JN.J.GKSON'JI.I.I And MUSIC),
.' grow north of Monroe and Dado county. On and after Monday May 2, 1881! Trains ( -
The land It. LUOAD. on this road will run daily as follows 59 NEST Iv! STRICT "
on which they can bo grown is : ONE of the staunch and elegant:: Steamers
limited and the demand for them good with 4 UOIMl WEST the above Lino will leave Cedar Key

, high !prices. In a future i mane we will given In Effect May 6th, ISSt.tiOI.VO Leave Lake City......... 12.30: pan JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.. every Monday at'4:00: p. m., for -

calculation upon the profit of cocoanut Ix>ave Wclborn........... 1.20: p.m.

grove and of vegetable raising on the Flor IA'U vo l Houston........... L38p.ni: Tampa, Itlanatee,
', ; .: ida{ Kevs (the of ----
garden spot the world.- Arrive: -
_. BOfTII. Live Olk.zmpi: :
AVyVtt\ Democrat.THfi J".i1"St'hool Hook a And llraidciitowtt
Leave Fernandina..ll,10a.m. A 6.30:} p.m. Leave Live Oak........... 2.30: p.m. Npeclally.'titye ,
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Leave Hart's 1:01111..11..311.111. it 0.01 }I.m. Leave Custer: ........ ..... 2,48p.m. -niver-i''ld; und every. Monday and Thursday'' at 4:00:
;
SUN! Ocean Ntcnutboals.MALLOItY'y :
i FOR 1881.EVEHYHODY Arrive JacksonvJlU.12.ftO: p.m. it 7.05 p.m. ''Leave ElFaville: ............ 3.36: p.)l------- p. nu.for

I GOING JCORTII. IA'ave1U4lifloll: ."......... 4.45 p.m. I'uatu ICaNNU und .
: ( reads the Sun. In thct-di- Leave Jacksonville..... ( : '_ Key iVewtiConnections <<
8.20 a.m. t 3.10 p.m. Leave Grt'; ll\llIe'-:: :: : 5.45
N newspaper throughout the Leave Hart's Uoad.....0.45 p.m. ,- .
year to come everybody will find : Arrive 1.ernunJiua..l0.25 8.01..0 4.15 p.m. Lea- >Aucilla... (0.10 p.m. I"I.OIUn.S'I'):.\'IHIIII. JINh b

'' : I. All the world's news, so presented that Double Trains u.m..t 4.50 p.m. 1Ijjlftlr\ ; ;.............-'6.40'11.1)1, -- made 'at Cedar Key with the);
daily except Sunday. Florida Transit
Railroad from
Leave and to all
Monliccllo.
the reader will 5..r 0
information get the greatest amount of "" p.m. Only Direct I.liu to New York points North and West; at Pnnta Russn with
*with the least! unprofitable expenditure Ix-avo Lloyd's.,,,.... 77lTp.mT Steamer for Fort :Myerit, Fort Ogden and

of time and eyesight. The Sun Leave Chalrcs'...... ...... 7.40p.m. Pino Level
f a longagodiMJOvercd thcgolden CONNECTIONS.AT .
mean between
'
redundantfuhu'ssand unsatisfactory Arrive Tallahassee.; ....: 8.25 p.m. Through Tickets are on f ale!at Fcrnan

rir II. Much brevity. FEBSANDtNA, FLA., Ix-uve.Tallahussc! 8.50 p.m. dina, Jacksonville, ;Gainesville:'and Cedar
of that
sort of news which dc- With New York Leave Key, at greatly reduced
z' pends less and Fcrnandina Steamship Midway...... u.3 p.m. rates, for all princi
upon its recognized importance( Line from New York --- ---" pal points on the Gulf Cna
t.
than upon iU interest to mankind. From a. 7)t. or 4.00 on Tuesday ut 0 Leave (?nhlcy.............10.28 p.m. ----- J. M. & .
't'. p. m., and for New York GALPHIN. Gen'lAK't.
morning to morning the Sun on Leave Mt. I'Ieasiuit.11.01 ,
prints a ( 11'.11I.Arrivc' 13
:011.tiLIll'.t
4 ; l story of the lives of men and women Thursday With after urrh'uloC afternoon trains. Chalta. ---.- TIll; FINE: STEAMSHII-H: Cedar Key, I la.
:
Georgia and
Florida Inland ;|yjpr..lLWf( p.m---
and of their deeds, plans loves, hates (run' boat Company from Steam ;. .--=-=-- : =-= -.: .... WISTJKN TEXAN: ,
Havunnnhdally --- 'iJ"s'r.
IJll MAllY'S
ThU except' 111VE1t'tSTEAM
story is I1Jre"arlell und more Monday U01NO W.ST-&T.: MARKS DIVUIOM. ,
; forSavunnalidaily
interesting. than any romance that except .Sunday, CAIT. HlNIiS:
wall ,
devised ever With Charleston Steamerfrm Savannah ( Tue tlay', T/tumlmjs and lurilaya.)
.
, ,, III. Good writing in Charleston for Wednesday! and Sunday ; Leave Tallahassee.!! ..... 000 a.in. CITV OF n.' I.I."'H. J'cJE'r'COltll.AN
J' freshness. every column and Savannah and Charleston: Tuesday and Leave Chut tnlaoodll.e................. KUOiun. %; '
originality, accuracy and deco Friday.Witli:. _. Arrive Murks..... ... ..._..... .H CAIT. RISK.
t rum in the treatment of pu..UUu.........111. .st.._. ...m.... .
every subject. Steamer Flora from St.)Iarr' River =c-----:;= __--==--....=_-.=-_-.=cc-= -
h 1\'. Honest comment. The .SW* habit is landings on Wednesday. and Friday ; for
U,., _____ to\speak. Equal out candor fearlessly in about dealing men with and each things|juk )- St.Wednesday.Mary's River Landings on Sunday* and Leave Leave Chatta.CliattalKJochee.River...... .4.3Oa.m.1.30 day on arrival for of New afternoon York everyThurs-trains from Il 0-:0.: ";;: =...>1.:=:-... ._.1 11
a.m
litical juirty, and' equal readiness to com AT CALLAHAN. Leave .It. Pleasant..... 5.15a.m. Jacksonville! ami Cedar Key THX nE.UIJM!:
mend\ what is praiseworthy to rebuke To and from This lino, having no transfers to make
what Ii blamable in Democrat or or nCllulJli 2.20 1\. in. Savannah at 10.45 a. in, and Leave QuTncy.:..= 5.5TaTmr: between FLORA MAIITIIA.;

j can. --. --- Leave .M: III wa)'............ 0.41 ULIII. Captain RiciiAKrwoN.
AT U\UIWIS. FLl. Captain ---- _
-
1. Absolute Arrive --- ImNANIHS.ANn .
independence of TallahlUSee.-u.tis NEW YORK
partisan ,
1 T. and from Tallahassee at 12.20 -
I organisations but unwavering loyalty to noon Leave Tallahassee...
anll1.00 8.00
f true Democratic>> p. -- a.m. Oilers thon.'iT ;11"'DAIJ S 'II
principles. The Sun be- in.AT --- -- tVICK'tlFTt
t lievcs that the government which the con- LOCHLOOSA, FL.'., Leave Chaim'............. H.43 a.III.- --- -

,y i-Mitution gives us h a good one to keep. Its With Steamer Alpha for all taints and Lance Lloyd's?........ 1J.01j a.m. : AND CIIEAI'ISr'rIIANHI'OITrA'rloN : The Flora leaves Fcrnandina

; notion of duty is to resist to iU utmost landing on Orange Lake, on arrival of I'en Leave I-mticellJ.; ........ 9.00 a.ni; TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS. River landing : forSt.Mary'e
; every Monday'
f power the efforts of men in the Republican insular Railroad Train. Leave Urifton..H 9.45 a.m. and 'rldaY-J't'turniog Wediiemfajr

: f party lace to net up another form of governinent i leaveAncilla.IO.IO"'ii.III. Vegetable and Fruits. will receive: special day and &turda)'. on Tuesday Thurs
) << of that which AT OCALA.
exists. The 181 care in
and year Leave Hrt't'liville..W.M handling. The Martha leaves
rnancliiia
:r the yean Immediately following will With 8wte Line to and from lirookaville a.m. for earn
:; ;}fit I? probably decide dally Leave "-""- -- polnts.eVt'ry Tuesday Thursday and Satur
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f'" IKKEN PASTUKKS: AX It STILLWATMIS. Ootherstonc/: absolutely shivered, it was so rby! her Cousin! Hamilton of Glcubarry. Hamilton had been dead tl'1 'caJ: he her face upon his i breast.

t like that other voice. She also: told him that her father had not knew-and naturally)' she would be glad to Colonel Cotherstone's drl'ul of lo\'e was

e: ; Yes, sir, 1 do ; only It is so hard," with been delulmony month", and t that she bad! know there was some ole who took an interest rudely interrupted one-ami twenty :years before .
l a great sigh. been both to Iiondon and Paris In fact she in her only I child-that 'Mrs. Hamilton when, on June muormmimmg, I Hamilton

Clear iu memorY silent readies What is so-hard-your work ?" was: so communicative I t that he thought he of (ilcnburry had had but one child of Glenbnrry turned u\loinoflulrtlll'llc

I Lie the pastures I liavc seen, No, sir, 1 don't, )know that I find the knew everything) there was to know about Colonel Cotherstone was well nwnrc-nndcertainly made up for it when

It Greener tlian) tlic 811 n-Iit spaces work so hard. I could always I groom a her ; but, notwithstandinghcrnppnrenteandor if he wrote a few lines she could in the hotel with the sign of the Back Swannt

1. I Wlicro the May lisa flung her green j horse well, and the stable) work I soon got there was one trilling circumstance not take it ami!, n\lli might be a comfort York. It would be hard to !) was

; .,f' Needs no sun and need no starlight used} to. And I don'tmind I t the men ; they're which, had I she mentioned, would have to her. the most surprised, at the event which followed .

i: / To illumine! these fields of mine, rough, but they're good I natured!, most of spared him many a bitter heartache. She And so Colonel Cotherstone sat clown to or, rat Il'r, at the announcement of it,

',I : For the glory of dead faces them.' But I It's I the non-commissioned!. did not mention it, however I He took her his writing table to pen un epistle to his old I doubt whether the officers whl'l. the next

"I ; Is the sun, the stars, that shine cers, I can't stand> them, sir." home and sent his trap away, as I she wished love, Mary( Stewart, t the mother\ of t that exceeding evening after dinner' their chief announced

i WhIIOU" him I to examine and iJc'terllihll'the full I extent wayward )young gent'mnl Private that he was going to be married, were ns
: More than I count pasturesAs
:
.' : ., one growctii my long "lean do with old :McAllister I sir' ,"' Mud i of the dog's Injuri(':<. He was introduced Edward: Jones, F troop. thoroughly surprised as was Ned Hamilton,

J I I their my Hfopathi| waters straying ; the lad, eagerly, forgetting his drawl ; hilt I to the aged grandmother. who took quite a ihie called him after me, too" murmured when, a free lon again: he entered his

-: By quiet and the sergeants. in F troop-O, Ixml !" with fancy to him by reason of having been to the commanding officer of the Cuirassiers mother's room at Black Swan ; and Inmperfectly
Oft I
:, ft And I call lay each me by its am giver strong., another sigh.) "If I please' one I displeaseanother. !' I fdllJlIlolllllll''S knows how many years : as he selected a pen.. .1'001 little certain that his astonishment did,

:, !r. And the dear names: bring to (hem! I t's I having I so many masters, and 'UlJ'I-WitlaldS! great-aunt. She'! too, Mary." not, equal his 10thl'r'I when she found how

:1' : from shining faces each thinks! lie has a right to bully I I me as: mentioned Hamilton of Olcnbarry, anti I was! l'afcnolgh to write November faithfully Edward Cotherstone had loved her

1' Glory In as Jerusalem. hard' as be likes.: Because they've got a few mentioned him, moreover, III a way: which 14 under the printed "Cavalry Barracks all those years. Perhaps the most thoroughly

;: some new Si mill i migs' worth of gold lace on t their jackets, ; did not show that any large amount, of love York," wld,1 was already stamped] on the amazed of them all was Colonel

lost! between thietii.Is found the next, part scarcelyso Cotherstone himself.To .
I Yet, 0 well I eau remember, 1 suppose.' I was paper
Once I CI\lIcI1111Y pastures, pain Which they have won by their own : lie docs not always behave very respectfully ems '. His I most natural impulse was to the intense amusement of the whole

;{ t, And the waters were torrent good conduct] ," rejoined' the m Colonel. "I'll l I to grandmamma" Mary confided to begin! "My dear Mary( ;" yet when he had regiment his wife calls him "Eddie." The

,'\ Sweeping through my life amain 1 tell you what it I is, J Hamilton you're a bini in an undertone. He I calls her 'old written it lie; thought it too familiar took young ones Say thnt he grew tired of having

,: Now I call them peace and stillness, young fool, with only a little further to go lady' and she can't bear it." another sheet. Having put another "No no heart, so managed to get his brains exchanged -

Urightness! of till I 1'I'P' )' thought, in the direction you're in now to find yourself "Confounded cad," thought )Ir. (Cotherstone. vember 14 at the top he began, 2Iy( dear for ole ; but if 01C of them goes a

Where linger for n blessing at the devil! > Mrs..Hamilton( -" Ittc'rOl in duty or any other respect\ he
the lad found examination that, Fluff What shall I next?" he said fiumds out that the '
From my faces that are naught. You know mile Mr> gapped.' They upon say IIOIIt very C\ickh' ( brain
"I J know vour-people' ," answered the was niit \'l'rlIIu'h' t the worse!, for his accident I took him sOle time to write that letl'f, is as I ever it was in the days when he

,i ; Naught ? I know not. If the power Colonel, emty) I He h I had: almost t said, "your ; lHll little Mi"s Stewart was comforted at last he accomplished it. J was was popularly believed to be altogether deficient -

", :; Maketh thus his pastures green, mother," but changed: the word. in lime to beyond\ measure when the young Cuirassier very long, and was stiff. in certain internal arrangements! ofwhmichm

I Maketh I thus his: fnictwlltcT!',. people ;i"' "and for your\ name's" sake--not assured her that when the bruises; laa.lptLs"edolf 5'1) dear Mrs. Hamilton," it ran, "I a heart was one.-IAmloll Socict, .

Out of waste, his: heavens: !serene'! ; for your own, mind/ -I will h I give you one lie would be all right again. )' this afternoon discovered that ------ -- - ---.------, ----.-
I can: trust the mighty chemist more chance. I If 1 move you out of F troop But. of course, he called next day to ask \011 son has enlisted in the Cuirassiers under I.ognl J\",'( .

J I Of the May-lands and the! foul, into :Sergeant-M.'ijor Mc,\I I ist'r's! will I you after Fluff and ascertain if :Mi iss Stl'wMtluul the name of JOI'''. He has been fivemonths r ----- .'tslu'uhi.r '-- --

And I tbo faces of, ,my dead ones give me your won';I to try to reform'; !" recovered from her fright. He was also remarkably in tile' regiment, and, though as yet : st (: Court:

; Hedge no waste within his whole The rrim:
,: -- I ir. C. (ianmlt.COLONKL lads fair face, a rush! of feeling\ (could that her heart as easily as he did that oil her ranll- that we !>hal lake a good soldier of hill, NASSAU COUNTY.

darkncs! lie tears) flooded, into his azure daughter.) For some few months t this kind and, I in t I of a few Yl'aT t that he To C. A. Wlttirniifon and 1 Wife: :- You are

: r t (JOT1IIil1STONI. eyes lie forgot that he was only' Private of thing; continued. Edward; ( Cotherstone will obtain his commission. Any interest hl'rcla\notified that I writ of attachment has

t Jones: and that the. tall man with the stern grew more and more happy ; but\ little Mary of mine, you may be sure, lie will not 'nmmt. been issued against you. and your lmroi'ertyattachicol '

: bron/e face before him.wns' that awe-inspir! faded: somewhat, drooped! as does a flower Believe me, I)' dear Mrs. Hamilton, most to satisfy the demand of Charles
I :' It wasjust a cherub's! face under a forage lug being .the commanding officer," Colonel for laC'of\: water and suimshmi! l1l' Huincthncs faithfully 'UIT Amrel. amounting to $UO. Now, unless you

; cap which met Colonel 'Cothcrstone's angry Cothurstonc, one of the strictest marti she frightened:; him, she looked so pale; so i EDWARD LF G ENDUE: COTIFn TOXE." shall appear before J. A. Ellermann, 1 Jmsthee !-
bolt his
gaze, as he sat upright in chair one nets in the fIl'n-I'e-llc forgot it till lie wan and fragile ; then again, she would That was the letter he wrote and sent. of the Pence in and for said County, at '
afternoon. A cherub's face smooth
; Saturday and; : which had only remembered t that I m I he was I Hamilton, I t of brighten; when he appeared' and! throw him Three days passed, during which he received his office at Fernandina, Flu., on the :itl
fair the faintest
!. of mustache as yet face not with Oll'lIll1lT"-I and( t that t this! wu the first: real into fresh transports of love and! happiness ; no reply-a fact which worried him some day of August, A. I). 1881, at 10 o'clock l.m.,

i; I signs azure a that went; n straight to languishing : Colonel kindness: except McAllister's. that he' and so the pretty. play went on until it WIR what. 'On the fourth day, however, he re- judgment will be rendered against )'01.

f Cothcrstono's eyes heart in of his and had met with for month In the impulse played out. for one line morning in June ceived note by hand from Mrs. Hamilton, CHARLES ANGEL,
J :
: spite anger of the moment beheld(' out his hand and' ] the crash came. lie had gone I in for half asking him to and sec her at the Black Plaintiff.Fernandina .
the belief that ho in the fortunate
I : popular was said heartily. "I'll try, Mr." an hour, because he knew Mrs. Stewart Swan Hotel. cal Fla.. June 2.">, 1881.
of of adamant
[I ': fctead of)possession' that too frequently H lump inconvenientorgan. in Colonel (Cotlierstone< j just laid, his:; fingers would not hll'I"ihll' so early in the day. He happened to be just going out when Iii JiiNtircN Court..------

I ? r' The scene was the Colonel's: I in I the outstretched han'd; for a moment."Very Mary looked so bright and fresh that the the note reached him, FO he thrust it into OF FLORIDA,
quar well, Hamilton' I'll take your young soldier was tempted to take her in his without certain feeling of STATE
tern in the cavalry barracks at York the pocIH't-nlt COUTOF NASSAU.To .
i ; word' ," ho replied 1 gravely. Now you can I ibm arms and kiss her, culling her by every I delicate
tenderness at the of the
time between 3 and 4 in the afternoon ; sight dainty, C. A. Wlltiamton nnd 1i'sfeYou arc
dramatis Colonel Edward Gcndro go. fond endearing name lie could think, telling 'hnrlltl'rs-nnd took his way into the hereby ell that a writ attachment
,
t t persona1 When the door had closed behind the hid her and and how he nol
: over over over again
"
J t I Cotherstonc Sergeant-Major/ McAllister and town. He did not go very quickly, though ; has been against you. and your property -
i Private EIwarJ'. Jones 1, F Troop. Itowned was Colonel (:othl'I tollc sat down again: i in his IOllhow'l' \ery dearly ho loved her he called ut the florist s, half way)', and attached, to satisfy the demand of James
"I arm-chair and tried to think I I But thftik he Inss-ie and deal
m lal' 'olflh a good flower for.hte buttonhole white
I Frivute Edward Jones who the bought a E. Meddaugh( and Wife, amounting to $35.8: ,
-4 cherub's face, the languishing blue eyes, the could not. A vision of cherub's face under more in same strain And Mary, whatof rosebud!, it was. He met some people that Now, unless you shall appear before .1.. A.

f! long lithe limbs!, and( alas, also u bad character. a forage( cap came persistently! between him her? She never drew back, never whispered he knew and !stayed to chat with thcm.I Ellermann, a Justice of the Peace in nnd for

';, j': The description would not have ap and his. thoughts. How many years was itago the faintest hint of that secret which I But dawdle ns would, lie came to tlC said County, nt his office at Fernandina, Fla.,
that Mich head and'face had lingered between her and him the which
secret
ju.st a lay hotel at last.'crY who had been '
plied at all to the chief, who was largelymade one on the 27th day of August 1881 ut 10 o'clock '
and stalwart., with sunburnt, rugged in bin memory ; just such a cherub'sface mice or twice he hall) almost stumbled upon. York knows that It"ls not very far from timeCavalry judgment will be rl'I"l'rl'.i against you. -it
and! under ? And there No she to him with almost despairing a.t'l
a forage cap yet clung an '
,. face,and hair plentifully besprinkled with Barracks tn the lack Swan. Colonel J. B. MEDDAUGH AND WIFE,
Nor was a (difference The' mother's sweet blue passion, which made him feel uneasy Cotherstone went halland asked
would it have done for the Ser- Plaintiff.
$" gray. eyes had looked. straight into his own, with in spite of his happiness ; she twined for Mrs., Hamilton. tl Hamiltonat
t tccau t.\Iiijor: who, while I owning h the most: : 'I! !' Fernandina Fla..June 25, 1831.In .
never a shade of the shame he had seen III her soft arms around his throat, and cried home?" Would the --
;r irreproachable character was fat and bald, "Certainly. gentleman -
those of the son that very day, and the for- incredulously)' : Justice' Court.
))1 and moreover did not :! feature step this way ? "
a good
possess:
', t onliU broad red age ciijm, from under which the luot.her'sgoltl- Do you really love me, Eddie?," OF FLORIDA,
d't countenance."SorgeuntMnjor en curls had strayed bore t the gold ImlHlof Really) my darling.; ho answered And so they led him upstairs and ushered STATE COUNTY OF NASSAU.To .
you can go: said Colonel instead of the of the him into tIme room, where, seated by the ; notified
:._ Cothcrstone an officer simple yellow And then she broke from the clasp of his Gcnrc/a lliipYou are hereby -
curtly ; whereupon that fire, was a lady-a lady with golden
t dragoon.: loving arms almost impatiently, though the wavy) that a Uaehmelt has been issued:

,' personage sure, having that Private saluted Jones, departed, feeling Ho was not altogether easy in his mind, lovelight still shone in her azure eyes, the hair, with soft b'lueeycs, and two little whitehllnd against t you, and your property attached, to

: pretty for was coming" that big bronzed soldier. He knew that III dimpling smiles still played about her tender outstretched greet him-his old satisfy the demand of W. B. Thompson, surviving .
in u severe wigging, he it theColonel's
I or. as put ", spite of his stern words he had treated! Private mouth. love, Mary Stewart. partner of Dickinson & Co., amounting -
going to give It-'hll "
llrol'er. Jones a great deal too easily else! he "I shall try on yolircap." she announcedcoquettishly How can I thank you ? she l'rleJ.U I to !$:2.2.(! ;. Now, unless you shal appear
But Colonel Cothcrstone
: immediately
( have tried for all these five months to find
would not havt !sent.the, !sejgcant-major ; then stuck thc goldenbordered before J. A. Ellermann. a of the
: set about the tusk' which he hud I im
posed I himself.I An away. It I is not altogether iMiial for commanding little cup on one side of her head, and out what my boy wa'doing.; I couldn't persuade Peace in and for said l County, at his office ut l
m obstacle not
upon between veryoften officers to till k to refractory soldiers turning from the glass! looked at him with him to cOle home, and I have been Fernandina Fla., on the .UUth day of August,
coming
commanding officers mum he talked to Private Jones, and! yet- passionate: love tilling her blue eyes love so unhappy about him !1" A. 1). 1881, at 10 o'clock a. III'., judgment
I t and their presented! itself in the "
of trOO\ler'l\ No," he muttered, 1 couldn't be bard which she ha.ll'aught from his. The soundof Has he never written to you ? will be rendered against you. '
cherub
nbapo face with time
fair hair and the onary"s: ( boy, who came and looked at me a carriage stopping without caused her to "Oh, yes ; every week regularly. But I W. II. THOMPSON,
waving
i like another face languishing! azure with Mary's eyes, and talked to mo withMary's turn her head, and when she looked at him did not know that he was in York. His letters Surviving partner of Dickinson & Co..
that .
lie had
m' so
t eyes, and loved. Known ( !soft tongue. Poor little Mary I" And again the smiles had frozen on her sweet came from London and the ollmi. Plaintiff.I
E long At last however ho
-: forced ago himself to straightway: his thoughts flew back to tho mouth, and a nameless!' horror had takl'l dress was n London post-office. He said lie Fernandina, June 18. 1881. td
speak. was not in prison but he couldn't tell mo
I And how long, is this state of tilings to little scene enacted ever so many years ago, the place of the tender light which a moment '
he and which hud been recalled so vividly' to bcfoT'was shining in her eyis."O uny 10re. NOTICE OF'IXCOHrOIMTIOX.KNOW .
continue? demanded sternly. _
his that afternoon of which what is it tho No. he his not been in prison, Colonel f
Jonc.t memory a scene my ; 7' young
Private maintained
a discreet silence darln.t Cotherstone answered.sruiling as lie ALL MEN BY THESE; PRES
the principal incident, 'hl'I'lIh'face, soldier tholgh : ,
$ was a ( \ ( afright. : .
but be shifted his long tIc:; legs nervously, under a forage cap. It I is! Hamilton of Glcnbarry," she answered of the near shave he had had in Unit respect. That we. C. W. Yuleec, J. II.

'u and I lowered his eyes until Colonel could! Naturally before Edward: Oeudre Cotherstone in a hoarse wldser."Wlat .I didn't quite understand your letter, :McGinnis. William Ravvson, W. B. C. Iomry.e -
u'o longer h;<*e them Once\ their gaze withdrawn ; Hamilton, presently. "Why should \ Thomas Kydd, Calvin B. Dibble '
had obtained his regiment, he hadheld is he to cried !'illlfr. Jl'lr
i.'' I from him bo) was: able to speak II a. tho respective I positions of major, you Cothl'rtone Ihllld of tie profession he has takenuptoo E. Dottcrer, and O. Stark, nil of the of
cap
I : eat!)' enough.:; Usually Colonel Cotherstono tain, lieutenant and cornet.'ehi, it was He is ) haled e\'el to tell me what Florida under nnl in accordance w ith theprovisions -;
did not find! himself at a loss for words.
i when be Why should he have any restraint of of the State (If Florida,
.f was only Cornet Cotherstone, and Your what? For God's sake 'q'eakand 11
look here
I. Now, Jones he said kindly, placed him the other officers entitled "An act to Provide for the Creation
with Hulllcient 11 but two-and-twenty, t that bo! was foolish let me know( the worst !I" be Paid fiercely. upon lave
yot cm ness to make his "
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enough to fall in love Hc will bo mhu.hand.," she answered, so much restraint? of Corporations and to Prescribe their General
1 words impressive, wo must have clrnll e. My dear Mrs. Hamilton, son haso.- and Liabilities August
approved
in voice almost inaudible. your
At that t time the Cuirassiers a lowers
Almost every day I hear of some fn'sh'' misdemeanor wero quartered -
idleness, insubordination work at Edinburgh, and! it was:, in I the modern With almost brutal roughness;: Cother llttdaid tie Colonel kindly, wondering 1fGS, and an act of the Legislature
of said entitled! "An 11
act to an
i half done or left undone altogether, infringement Athens that he and his fate met Thatwas stone thrust her away from hll, caught up How Ilr enlisted?" Hl'll'
act entitled an act to Provide for Creation
his and and
of
gloves out theiIUsC
1- of rules! absence, without leave. one-und-twcnty!! before the cap
k j ;. opening "He is, not in my regiment as an officer," of Corporations and to Prescribe their
.
where he bad such blissful
bo when
What? I is the cud to ? ; of this story, Colonel Cothcrstonc spent
he skid. General Powers and Liabilities and to Recreate

(I'rivato Jones shot one swift glance at his was forty-three, first-rate soldier, and, considering hours, and where, alas, lie bad had such ,
What I My boy soldier? and
a common Amend the Sections by
all I I bitter blow, and he never saw her again.: 01
thing his UCll'all'd
chiefs keen angry face, opened his .mouth m ; :* fairly popular though A private," corrected Colonel Cother- said March do

; as I if to speak, but ended by remaining I si officers: especially tho subalterns, quite} believed The following day came u piteous note ofexlllanatiommiiow !! stone. gently. .' Yes, that is, what he is." uct. approved ourselves together as a corporate -

(lent. The Colonel, however, continued : in a theory, now of many j'ears'stand- her father had wished it ; "My boy cried the little woman, brokenly body!oclta under the and style of
what chain of ing which declared him to beminus several how she had Hamilton the name
circumstances promise to
By you given ,
Hamilton of
my boy, Glenbarry, a THE] BEACH HOTEL AND ROAD COMPANY [-
came to enlist I don't. know but if important internal arrangements, one of please her father when he was how
; you dying; soldier Docs he have to a horse The of business of .
groom ,
imagined: for an instant that your birth which was a heart, the other being the boweU she had! not had courage to tell him curlier ?" principal \place
said of Fer-
shall be the
1 would )permit you to ride rough-shod. over of compassion. I It' Il'rtaillh"'lIg: very because Ill had never .lf'tlUI't he couldcare pray Certainly" Company the in City
nandina State of Florida.II .
everything, why you made a mistake. Be- hard They all vowed he had. not a single I for her ; how she \\' very, very unhappy "And to do stable work?" That, in the business of said Company

cause you arc u gentleman because you calllIt"Ilk soft spot in his whole composition, but they : \'er-wih n great:; tlahlter the 11 Yes." shall be to build and hotel und!

hal f dozen: languages, because you wero wrong. A soft place he had, and the I !Ih'ert nl.1! blster beow- Does he have to salute you'?" necessary accommodation] manage on Amelia 1 Beach
; haft got through your fortune and mado unruly !all with the cherub's!! face had! been i .Ill must her promise "
; : Of course. In of himself smile and to obtain the of maintaining and
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spite right
an utter fool of yourself, you cannot ho ex- luck)' enough to find it out. I she would love her darling Eddie best alt broke over his face .I hope that is not road the -
very collecting l on connecting
cuscd your duties or have your misdoings As I said before, 1' Edward' (iendre! Coth her lift long.And ; hurt! for him." with the ol of Fernandina. bl'acl "

passed: over without ru.l hlllent. I daresay crstonc was two-and-twenty when he fell III that was the end of it. A few weeks ot to you," she said, impatiently. 1 No III. That the capital' block of the Com
it's hard for you to be restricted, to obey love for the first t indeed t the time. would \
only, He later Ill saw the announcement of her marriage one mind saluting you of course ; shall be ten t dividid
pany
the non-commissioned officers, to turn out was, driving along; Prince' street one afternoon in the {tapers and then he tore her' but the sthmers'ou! don't 'l1al to say he into shares of one IUslll.101tr.! each,

of your boil at ft o'clock, to live with men of when u small\ Skye terrier managed to letter up and set himself to forget JI'r. On is obliged to put his hal.l! up so -with a with privilege of stockholders hUllred to subscribe

: a different rank from your own ; but you get itself! under tIme horse's; heel, and, in the whole, ho succeeded fairly wl'l. lie I ludicrous imitation of a salute" to all timeytting in ((4)) one-eighth(1)( ) one-fourth amid (U) one
should have ('considered all! that bl'foro011 addition to I
that one of the wheels passed threw himself heart subs to the ril1in "
ant profession -la tl'r. even ? half shares-ten centum of subscrip'tuns
brought yourself down to your present posilion. I- over It, At every period of his life 1 IMwurd with what we have seen. He lIe certainly has to do so," answered the of stock to be per paid when al subscrip I _

'With your advantages of education Colliers-tone 1111.1'111'1'1111'1 keen us a hawk is", succeeded in making every one even himself Colonel. made ana the remainder
are ,
you might get, your commission in the popularly/ supposed$ to hI'. and! vision of a believe he was u lan of t the consistency)' Hamilton of Glenbarry salute, touch his be ordered by the of Directors u of 11)

course ot u few years, and win back the 10altion o 111'n.h'uirl'll jlrI.lrl'slIl'tlln black who ut- of stone and yet when JOle!, hat to a riding-master !1" ejaculated Mrs. U0T1

you ha vo)o"t. but while your present tered piteous cry. and put two little black- brought In to a severe lecture, not Hamilton. .I tell you it is absurd, utterly Company.IV.. That' the corporation created I _
bUl; conduct continues I can ibm nothing for gloved hands out to rescue the little animal for one, but u fC\'C, misdemeanors! came al'siml I !I" shall date its existence hereby)from tin1
you; I cannot pass you over the heads of I who was howling frightfully mused I corporate _
him to and looked at him out of lr1 bllE 1''C "Whilst he remains in the ranks it must day of filing of articles of incorporation
men who do then-duty conscientiously, men pull I up t the t trait with a jerk and j jump (lOW II. and talked to him in )[l1rY'1 voice he be done,. said the Colonel, smiling still at tLl'Sl the aforesaid,
us
required acts
k( whom\ I can' trust. If you do not choose to Ohm, I am sorry." lie said bending overtime i, could not find i in his Ilart-hl'adamantine her vehemence. and shall continue by for the term as of ninety-

alter your present ways you must makeup little creature now whining pitcouslv in hl.'art-to ban (I Mary's( boy. "Then he shall not remain in the ranks nine

if: 'Ih your mind to remain u private always j t there its! young mistress" arias I am grieved.. Time \'IoiO' of the cherub's face under u she criet)l. How soon can I have him r! V. That years.the business of the Cormmpa1mybhIall
.. $$7 is no favoritism In the army. You have I hope it's not much hurt." threw him bark with tli. leased ?"
is V been months in the fogI painful lie conoluctetl by a Board.of five ((5)) ______
now live regiment, and Tho girl's blue eyes, half drowned they ) the take Dret. __
\ thil' yearsLiefore' you my he
IlIcuut-t\'ntr Wi ors, to bo elected bv stockholders
'U: those: livo mouths( have utterly wasted were in tears flashed tit a.hic nkl the
you an indignant glance when he parted froJ Mary. He reulicd him fur a few lonth first Monday of ) in each and
shielding behind the fact him. : nnt enI'"ear
"r" always yourself in
that
I Saturday Iftl'rlool November I udvi-e. you to buy him off? that the first election shallbe
excepting
that by birth p\1.ur<* n gentleman, by birth Wouldn't you bo huH" "hCIIokl'tlhlllllt- I, that perhaps he had been very hard UpOI :You would do what is best for me?" the held atuch time the undersigned curporators
and by education. I tell sir, those two lv. pointing to the wheel a
you us she spoke, if her, little soul I I He might at least widow
poor shall determine _ _
faHl'rtl or of them
fiicU: ure n disgrace to you,'simply a disxVacc that had gone right over your body ?" I have clayed and said I a few kind words to \ I wonld," touching her.hand t rajort. shall

; instead:: of a blessing and an bon')r. What can I do to help you?" lie asked;; the (toor woman who was bound to alan for a moment. That was great advance elect upon President of Uiretor! such _________
As yet I have kept you uut of the degradation wisely I Ignoring the 'luc lIulI. Can I drive she hated. That the hated Hamilton for Colonel Cotherstone but I the old t and Secretary unt. of
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business )
; of tho cells ; but I find that punishment you homo?" there could be no dl\h for the look' of were strongly I at work in him infuc.'nC' uU11 fUOTt1inuto officers as the

I by lines i:*<< of no avail-tlio punishment, of a I live at l'ortubelio" she un \vcred h"lpIl'88Iy. i loathing and horror leuped into her I t 11 don't know why you should be so good tle C. 11cn the may highest require amount of 1"lel
tfno falls mother. I
hlinply ulOlyuur us the realized his she said
presenceproclaimed tome '
eyes rather '. "I be. -
forlornly.) ness or liability to which said -
(
L'rivituJouOs; lifted\ bit, faeeuhL crimsoned Please; let mo drlveyon there he urged. her feelings plainly enough. Ah, jtoordar haves badly to corporation -
you (
very yet- at
0/ by shamed blushes, and repeated Colunelethel'ltone'li Let me hold him'hll.., \'Ult.t in, and I ling-he had got from "poor little soul to Yet what?" diawing: nearer and taking can five any thle'subjlet f"lhhul b tweimtY'I
(
: concluding words : then 1'lIlahllll ever so carefully; on your '. poor darling"-but he felt nOUISt he her hand. That $2,5)(loUar; I*
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"My( mother, t'lrT" lap." had been cruel to her; he might, at least, I was unhappy," she said simply. I \ with all the fald Company .hal
Your mother sir returned the chief _\lhIISO he hud. his, I s \l.'tc rights and privileges wlilttle
own Wa\ and that was have un 'vered that heart-broken, despairing They were both standing on the he
rug heretofore
fctornlv. If you have no consideration for a little peculiarity of Edwan: t'otliersti.ne's. letter und *o, perhap. have made her j.! a I large fine, upright I figure in tweed; In referred to can l'nnVII ;

I your family (or yourself, for tho honor of He took' the dog. from her with the itIImu.ttemule'rimtss lot less hard (I bear than ) it was.Well : she, a dainty thing III purple velvet gray, lookingabsuribhyyoummg wIn whlrcft', the hands! anilseals < ___ ___
your nl'l\ lump: : n,) sham at the contempt ami without elicit I 1mg a si imgle cry; 1, at "'\\'lt. lie dad Ir. .1.1) hard to he the mother of Private heruntu set our
41 the
of vunr urti ,('ri, lit) dread of what the end of and! when" she had mounted into the high!: UJKIII Uiythat WHS t'U., consoling I I Jone ,. 18th-day of May A. l). 1881.C. .

all' litis will liu, does (he thought, .of the I trap he restored! it to her"gentle kevping.;; On \iut. Hoy. w.'j ji I w.\ug, \>evlally[ when "Why were you unhappy, and when ?" J.; WICK'LWJ'f: Y U LE R

,. your the way: d. vvn to l''rt4lt4dI'Itmugathmermsi\ that they tU\'f 11 t..I :.('r to keep them' .tll ht.ll |'i he asked, pos es.-injj himself of the other Ws 1.. I.GNSIS.,

: mniii.Ir' the young IUlh"IIII\HIIt.; wu. Mewarl)(lurv "-:"vud; all along who Private j hand.

Tin lad tanu-1 away In confused:: Mlenee. tewlrt--tul.1 that .'.hj t.vod with her promt- I, JIU" n'lWAS.. though until that very af. I I .Whtuou went away ; and-because-- \V. U. C DUUYKK.
,. tbunJcrod tho chief mother WhO did .. SU" ,,.l.i' ... 'c T. KYDD.
Answer me, I n t often g u out : <- Ii'rm! ,1 i h.11 not Ufii quite ttrtain. Hew 'I' .
; 11* bpoko then f.t' thii first rime, Mn.kc' 'Iu him. ton, tlut _he vvus! bcvrnU.ru, anti .llt .I'-ivd if I letter Ut bis mother would dopunt. I i : Welir1 lie asked, _" C. U. DIBBLK.n. .

; u' 4 twfr" ,drawling yoke that Culoncl Fluff, the injured Skye hail been given tu .1)' 1 Sbe was a widow now. i I..ra ul .Bx-au I loved 'tsglrl"Jkus 10, bluuai : 0..8T.VRK E. ruvrn.HKK., :



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4 THE FLORIDA MIRROR : AUGUST 20.or .

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BOAC Tim ..wr.iT.wtsThe OJ Rstilroadsi.C.11tU ,
SAVANNAH for Apalachicola( Fla., and
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FLU Ithif. I every Saturday. for Columbus, (la., and Eu-.

of South Florida rni.ME faula, Ala.Connects.
rapid improvement L n'lI c'rosII Short Lino. I
Jordan
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I in the last few years has made many, who *- or THK: with steamer fl. ninths
are living ''u the more Northern states desirous every Sunday! for Apalachicola, 1'ln., and
of learning mure about the decided 1 t ATI.AN'rICIULI'&WEST1NIIATR.1N.:: On and after Sunday, June 20, 1881, Pass- every Tuesday for Columbus, and Eufaula:
ginger Trains! will run (1.liIuver the V'aycross Ala.
advantages tropical Florida. When the
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tide of immigration first set in, the greater: SIT RAILROAD. Short Line as follows:: Connects nt Luko City with trains on the

part of the people were led here by the desire PENINSULAR I RAILROAD, 1VtLeave : Mail I Jack'villcExpress.: Florida. (Vntral Railroad: \ for Jacksonvilleand U !H. MAIL STi:A M Nil.! I'M
and Cedar
of engaging in the fascinating pursuitof St. Johns River Fernandina ---- -
orange growing. The great profit that an ( Wit t.10 Jl11,ell,) Jacksomille..... 7.35 1111.. .i.2o p. m. Key WILLIAM 0. AMES
; Jacksonville.... 8.10 111. 8.1 On. in. .
yielded not to mention Arrive p. icncral Passenger gent Will leave Cedar Key
a
orange grove AXI .. ( (.22: .
home beyond the reach of the cold biting lcuvc Callahan.... .. 8.12 a. m. p. ut ---- ------ -- ----- -------
wind, put; people to thinking. If others 1.mX.\ IHX.\ & JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. \Vnycruss,11.117 n. m.noon. 0.15{ ) p. m.AIM "TUORIDA CENTRAL: RAILROAD. FOR ..NEW ORLEANS EVERY: OTHKflFRIDAY. :

rulueSuutIi und found a home, and in n few Arrive Jesnp..............12.35 ,, p. 111. .
saw an sheltering their Arrive llrunswick..... lists, p. m. 5.30 n. m. OOINU WB: T.

vcars cottage, the labor orange of their grove own hands, why Arrive Savannah....... 3.00 p. III. 2.001m.. Leave Jacksonville ... .........,t....... 8:15: A, M. -
.
could they not do the same? If others could Leave Savannah for Leavel'hite House......... ............ 8:53: A. M. ft
leave the :snow-clad hills of the North und In Elect J/iiy 6th, /..W.GOINO Florida........... ...... 1 .''O p. ul. 10.150: p. m. Leave HaIti in ........................... 0:30: A. M.Leave FOR KEY WEST AND HAVANA :

in Florida find a climate miltl and delightful 1 Arrive Macon........... 7.50 1'. iii. 7.00 a. tit.Arrh'l' Jhlrhyvilt...........,.............. 0:55: A. )(. EVERY- OTHER SATURDAY. ;
.... 9.KO: 8.50
in midwinter, where vegetation was as rankin ; Charleston p. m. n. m. Leave Sanderson....,.................... ...10:40: A. M.I .

December or January ns in May or June, SOUTH.Leave Leave Charleston' for caveOlustco............... ...............11:24: A. M. -
Florida................. 7.10 m.a. 3.:101": III.
where (lowers blulllllcd''cr',' month in the Fcrnandina: ......... ............... 0.00) 1\.In. Atlanta........... 3.So t a.. 12.50 noon Leave )It. Carrie........,..............,.11:45: A. M.
year, why not they ? .And ton when this h Leave Hart's[ Road...................... 0.47 a.m. Arrive Arrive : .........10,101. m.11\ 1.45!) JII..Arrh'c Leave Luke City .........................12:15: r. M. PARSONS i same land and sky was a partofth'irnti.ocountn' Leave Callahan+ ......... ......... ......... In.:;:! n.ll1. Augusta .. 8.00 p. Leave Live Oak...,.....,....... ........, 2:30:: I'. M. Cedar Fin.SUMMER .
.
where they would meet brothers la'ravelnttmt............ ......... .........11.22a.m.: 1 Montgomery.... l).."0 a. 11\\. fl.to a.p.111.Arrive 11\. {1.wave i\1lIlison..5.:. r. M.litjivn Key, .
,, anxious to greet them und make them feel! Leave Hrandy Hranch ?..."...".'..11.3S: mien TN. \\.m Washington.lilntrfmi .1:1il", Drifton.......... ....................0.40 P. M. -
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that thH're welcome to their lIlIIskil's Leave Haldwin ......... ..................12.03p.m. 11. .t n.I'". 'R''OW'......'..-.-.-.-.-.-.'.10.1..o III, 10.30 n. 11\. Leave Tallahassee ....................... 8:50 r. )M. SCIII'JII.I:
and brand; savannas. Knowing this 4' numbers Leave Max ville..........................12.33: p.m. p. Leave Quincy..............,........ .....10:28: I'. M. -

came, and where there( was a wilderness Leave I Lavvtev ............................. 1.13 p.m. Lv. Washington dailylimited ) .... ()..1O a. u). Arrive Chattahoochee River......... 11:50: P. M. THE_BTEAMKIWW
a few years ago thriving towns and handsome LcuveTenlpe's.( ........ ...... ...... ...... I2J1: p.m. ( express not NO EAST.Leave ..
Ar. New York daily
homesteads: :! tell their tale of success. Leave Starke .............................. 1.38: 'If" --
p.m. I'. R. R......... ......... U5 a. m. 5.20: p. in. Chattahoochee River......... 4:30:: A. t[.
Orange groves are now on many spots wheresix Leave Tliurston! ...........?............. 1.1".111.: Ar. hew York daily, Arrive Quincy) .............. ......... ...... 5:52: A. M. j ST. JOHNS l) g |t CITY, POINT ]
seven and eight years since the lofty Leave Waldo.......... ......... ......... ... 2.:111'.11\: "*
;
and thick oak towered in (limited )..... 3.501'. in. Arrive Tallahassee......... .............. 7:30: A. M. + *
pine clustering:; Leave Gainesville......... ......... ...... :3.30: I express}
t their Then p.m. Express: daily. Arrive Drifton......... .................... 9:33:: A. M. '
t primeval splendor. orangegroves 1cave.lrrcdundo...... ......... ......... :3.52: p.m. Fast Mail daily except Sunday. Arrive Madison..........................11.30 ,\. M.
of but the
were only thought ; enterprising Leave Button ....... ..................... 4.07p.m.Leave .
? Arrive Live Oak.................. ....... 1:40: I'. >t.
immigrant the fertility of the TIME.To :.
saw Archer................. ............ --1.2!
p.m. Arrive Lake ......... ............... 4:00
v, soil knew the adaptability tliccliinateto Savannah........ ......... ...... ......... 71 hours City. : p. M.
) Leave Hronson ...... ...... ......... ...... .3,011'.111.
4 vegetnhlegrutving, and planted a few acres Leave Otter Creek........................ 5.40p.m. To New York ...... ............... ........171 hours Arrive )[t. Carrie........................ 4:31: r. )t.
for the Northern markets ; mark the results, Ixnivc Rosewood..... ........ ........... 0.1(1( To Macon.................... ...............12 hours Arrive Olustee.................... ......... 4:54:" p. M.

J he had tomatoes, beam, peas, cucumbers Arrive Cedar Key......... ...... ......... G.55p.m.pout To Augusta.......................... ,....HI 1 hours. Arrive Sanderson........................ 5:40: p. tt, "
and so on, in market before the snow haddisappeared To Washington i ..........................3S: hours. Arrive iarbyvhlle............... ....... (5:20: r. tt.
in the Middle :States. The vegetables ooiso :SOUTH. To Atlanta............................. ...10! hours. Arrive: Baldwin) ........................... 0:45: p. M. WILL )leave Fcrnandina Jacksonville
r \ brought) fancy prices ; an acre netted Leave Cedar Key: ......... ......... ...... 5.30: a.m. To Charleston ...... ..........., ..........U hours. Arrive White House................... 7:25: r. M. Pulatka, mid intermediate landings -
more than n forty-acre Held of Weft em corn ; Leave Rosewood! ................... ...... 0.10 a.m. Arrive 8:00: r. M.CONNECTIONS. on the St. John's River, and Savannah
I he chuckled over his frucce! nnd trebled his Leave Otter Creek...?.......... .....i... 7.00a.m. THROUGH SLEEPERS.tiTJacksonville : : : .-At Haldwin with A., O. it and Charleston{ as folows! :,,

acreaehisneighborscutghttheinspirutiun; : Leave Hronson................ .....,..... 7.42a.m. W. I. T. 11. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville From Fernandina
+ and ready money was thereafter plenty. A Leave Archer................ ............ $.1h a.m. to Charleston.JtSJacksonville and Fernandina. all points North and
boom of success was started and every year LeaveHatton ............ .................. 8.3Sa.m.: : to Macon.if West ; at Lake City! for Tallahassee, Albany, volt JACKSONVILLE AND PALATKA,
R''( it sIreads.1'luo can blame the immigrant I.eave Arredondo ....?...... ............ 8.58 nom Jacksonville to Montgomery.Passengers [ Savannah, and nil points North and West ; EVERY
for loving his Florida home, and to boast of Leave Gainesville........ ...... ......... 0.35a.m. at Jacksonville\ with St. Johns River Steamers ,- WEINESPAY.'tiigFrom
;' its advantages and advising! those whom he Leave Waldo ............ .............. ...10.30a.m. taking the Savannah: sleeperand j. s. MCELROY,' Fcrnandina
has left at his old home to come to the Sun. Leave 'rh u!'Ston..........................10.54 a.m. arriving at Savannah at 2.00 a. 11\., may W. M. DAVIDSON Master Transp'n.
s land where millions of acres of fertile land, Leave Starke............. ...... ...........11.11 a.m. remain in the car until the usual hour of Superintendent., FOR SAVANNAH AND CHA11LESTON:
untouched as yet by the progressive; hand of Leave Temple's..................... ......10.:'O a.m. rising in the morning, 7 a, m.
-.; man, invites hint The tar southern counties Leave Lawtey ........ ...... ..............11.37 a.m. Only one change of cars to New York. bE'yEUY'I"HIDAY..-

of Ilillsborotigh, l'olk.anat'c[ und Leave :Mavville: ......... ............ ......12.2J!; p.m. Passengers going to Montgomery and New IJiuIcrliikliiR.It. Close connection made with steamers for
:: Monroe oiler all that the seeker after a trop t Leave ]Haldwin....... ........ ......... 1.10 p.m. Orleans take the evening train. .1- 1 Mellonvilie and Enterprise: also with steamers
ical home may want, and even more. If he Leave Brandy Hranch.....,.........,. 1.28: p.m. Passengers from lino of Transit Railroad 91. HKNDKKNON, for Ocklawahn{ River; also at Savnnnnh

is not content with orange and vegetable Ix-ave Dutton ........... ...... ............ 1.41 p.m. tako the evening train at Callahan at (0.25 with steamers for New -York, Philadelphia) i

growing; the broad savannas: and the grass Leave Callahan........................... 2.22 p.m. 1'. m. Boston) and Ualtitunre.and nt Charleston with,
covered prairies furnNh:; grazing for countless Leave Hart's Road....... ...... ......... 3.25 p.m. Passengers from line of Jacksonville, Pen.ubi'le steamers for New,York Philadelphia .Balfl-
herds of stock, with plenty room for Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... 4.00p.m. sacola: it )1 Railroad 1 either tako t train more, and with Northeastern, it South, Curto-
Live Oak .
at leaving in,11nd
more. All are conversant: with the tits 2.451 arriving
of this business ; if monev can be pro made Trains daily, except Sunday. at Savannah at 2.00 a. m., or train at Jacksonville Thin West.Railroads for routes/ North, East and

when four to six months! of winter feeding leaving at 7.35 a. m. and arriving at !
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is necessary how much more can these Savannah at 3 p. in. FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMMO-

profits he augmented) when the grazing is:: PENINSULAR HAILllOAD, Connecting at Savannah with. steamers for DATIONS.
found as good in midwinter as in the heat New York, I'hilml'll'hlll1o'ltoll! and! Haiti-
Through Tickets nnd
Staterooms
(11( uttlo lh anch.) secured
; ; of summer.+ If atrietlytropical! climate isis i:: more. und nil information furnished .
}( desired, it is probable that Monroe[ county is loHq SOUTH. Connecting ut Charleston with steamers IJM> iitTAIiit.FIFTH : Centre and Second ut office, corner
yy the only one of the State wholly below the for New York Philadelphia and I'altimore.; streets
fro,t line, und where cocoannts. snpodilla:' Leave ',':lIdo Junction................ 2.4o) p.m. Trains:: on Brulll'wkkIhany: Railroad ST.. FERNANDINA: FLA. 20-ly 0. A. NOYES.

y,,: alligator ncars and other strictly tropical Leave Santa Fe........ ......... ......... : .i3 1'.111. leave Junction dally (except Sunday: ) for -
fruits can oe grown to perfection. A cocoanut : Leave Hawthorne .......................4f3 ".111. llrunswick, at 4.40 p. III. For Tninim stud Key W'CSt,

grove is supposed! a* we said in our last Leave Loddoosa: ................. ......... 4.45; p.m. Through Tickets sold to all )points, and ROHE8 METALLIC CASES.. VIASfcniiiNliIii
i issue, to present greater hopes to the planter Leave Orange Lake........:.. ......... 5.40p.m. :Sleeping-Car: Berths reserved at the Savannah BURIAL) : COFFINS AND CASKETS:
than even the famed and well-nlerited Arrive Ocala..... ......... ...... ........... 7.00 p.ui.OniNO Florida it Western ll.iihvuy: oflice, No. Telegraphic orders promptly attended to.: l"AM1'A, CO\S LINE,

orange grove. In the lint place a cocoanut NOIITH.Leave 11 West Ray street ;, also, nt Ticket Olllco -. --- .- -.. ._.. .. ----- .-- -- .
tree will bear about\ Macon[ it Urunswick Railroad: /
# and C'L'IIIIJl'tl.'r as soon as an orangegrove Ocala....... ...... .....................f)."5 a.nt. and llogan corner Hay HooltH iiiul Stationery.
the first I>Itl'l'I'tl.II1\1I'nt Ticket Oillco _. .
profit Flor .
pay ; Leave Lake .......... .. ------- --- ---- '
m' ccMst i is about all of the Orange .. ..... 7.2n n.In. ida Central Jnck"oiiville/ -- -
T' You buy land expense incurred. Leave lyfjchloosa............... ..... ....8.30a.m.: Depot, .IAS. Fla. u on A ci2 i) mw, '
I\IHlpl\IItl.', Net.thelll I. TAYLOR
and further your cultivation i is: out Leave Hawthorne.........i.............. ;0.15a.m. (ictiernl ,
to keep the large bushes: unnecessary down! : and, ex.Cl'pt if Leave Santa Fe..... ............ ......... 0.-151\.111. II. S. IIAINEH: General Passenger)[ Agent. WJiol1'ICal11111111 Retail

want to this land Arrive 11'nldoJuuction.... .......... 10.13 a.m.FKKNANDINA -- l1l1l1gl'r. 30 .:.- y ,
put in -
\ you .same vegetables --- --------- --- -- --
it will prove doubly profitable everyyear. ----.- .----- TACKSONVILLE:; PJoXHACOND: [ Boons| S,1'.1'1'IONIat: : VAIUIYJNO ,
In the second place, the cocoanut isttrittly tl MOH1LE: JtAJI.\V A Y. THE u. .s. MAIL.
x tropical, and in Florida they do not & JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. .,...1 JIITNK'',.
grow north of Monroe and Dado On and after \funitylay 2, 1831, Trains -
county.
.i The land on which they can be grown "is on this road will run daily us follows : 6!) WEST HAY STRICT, O NE] of the staunch and elegant Steamers

limited and thedcmand for them good, with -' U01NU WI.HT.Leave : of the above Line will )leave Cedar Key

, 1 high, price**. In a future issue we will given In Effect .May Cth, 1S81.UOI.NU Luke City.......... 12.30: : p.m. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.IlooItM every Monday at'4:00: p. m., forTiiiiipit
; calculation upon the profit of a cocoanut Leave Welborn..... ...... 1.20: }I.III.
,;w : grove and of vegetable raising on the Flor Leave Houston..,........ L38 pan JVInnutcc,

.? ida ICfy'et Keys\\ I. Democrat.TIIE the garden. spot of the world,4r .- SOUTH. Arrive Live Oak::.......- 2.00 p.m.:-- -- ;,)-Sc"ool u And Ilrulilcutovrn

Leave Fernandina...,.11,10 a.m. & 5. rU pout Leave Live Oak.......... :2.30 u.in. NIe'JIIUy."fh i ,
Leave Hart's Joud..ll.43 a.m. & 0.01 p.m. Leave Vu!>lter......... ..... 2.48 p.m., -RI, -'-- .. --- -- -- and every Monday and Thursday at ,4:00:

i SUX FOR IHHI. Arrive Jack8onville..l2.50 p.m. it 7.051'.11I. 'I." vo Ellaville.:: .:.......... a.30p. ..I..-- --- --- 'er und Ocean NletimbonlH.. p. m. ,for

UOINO NOllTII. Leave Madison............ 4.45 }I.tn. MALLOIIY'8Only ..unh, ItiiNNu nail Rest\
+ EVERYHODY: readstheSnt., In the Clti.l Leave[ Jacksonville......8.20 mien & 3.10 p.m. Leave (irecnvillcTi.:: .!...,- /5.45: --- .- Key *
: p.m. .
:
l year to come newspaper throughout the Leave Hart's Road....?'0.45 a.m. it 4.151.m. U'avcjXualla..,,.........'. 0.101'.111. I"I.OIUJS''R' IHIlII. LINT;. -. .t'
everybody will find : Arrive Fernandina ...,10.25 a.m. & 4.50 .
t I. All the world's news, so presented that Double Trains p.m. Leave Driftnn.:............ (5.40'p.inT: : -- Connections made at Cedar- Key with the
Florida
daily .
the reader will get the except Sunday.CONNECTIONS. Leave Monticcllo......... 5.60 p.m. Transit Railroad from and to all
greatest amount of
I ? Direct LJiio ( points North and West
Now at Punta
o York Russn
information --- ; with
with the least unprofitable expenditure i Leave f.loyclC" ::. : 7X"fpjnT
... : : Hteniner for Fort I lye\")(. Fort Ogden and
of time and eyesight. The Sun lA'aveJClialrca'...... ....,. 7.40 pin l'illl..evel.. ,
.
longagodNcovcredthogoldcn
'-;: reduudantfuhlcssandunsatiaftclorybrevity.mean between Arrive Talluha.ssce:::.T.. "sTSTuiu;: :---- Through Tickets are on Bale i at Fcrnandlna -

.- l II. At FEnx.NDINFL..\., LcaveTallahal\.c..,...... 8.60 p.m Jacksonville?\GaincHVllle:'and Cedar
< y Much less of that sort of news which depends With New York and Fernandina Steamship 1.L'Il\"e'. [fdwlly............ 9.3ip.ni, Key, at greatly reduced rates, for nil princi(
its
< upon recognized importance Line from pal points on the Gulf
New York Coast.
.... than upon jU: interest to mankind.{ From U. uu. or 4.00 p. 111., and for on New Tuesday York, ut on 0 Leave I..t..u'cIt.Quincy......:..:....10.28 11.11.1. - J. M. GALPHIN. Gen'l Ag't,
morning to morning the Sun prints:; a con [ Pleasant.?..1L01 }I.III. 13
Thursday after
arrival
tinned of of afternoon trains THE FINE: STEAMSHIPH: Cedar,,Key, } ,1 :story the lives of ---- -- ,
ml'lIalwomen, With and Arrive Chatta. River..ll760\\.m.:
and Georgia_ Florida Inland Steam- !!___ \ :
of '
their deeds '
plans, loves, hates, trou b oat from :Savannah ==- ::::..-::::==:-- = IITIXAN: ,
hi.' company daily -s'r. MAUY'H RIVE ,-
This except .
,, > story is more varied and more Monday. ; Savannah UOINO WKHT-fcT. MARKS DIVISION.! tSTE,1M
daily
interesting than any romance that was ever With except Sunday, CAPT. IIINIiS: ,
(
r. devised. Charleston Steamerfrom Savannah Tueiday, 7'huraduyawmd&aurduya.) T>A(:KITTHK

, III. and Charleston on Wednesday and ; 1CayuTahiaima.ssee. (Lou) a.'II. CITY OF AMAH, CO.1tIl.A
-mc freshness Good writing in every column, and fuHi r Savannah und Charleston Tu<'!Hundayt' Leave ClmttiliaMliW...................KUO aim. fGAIT.
!
rum in! the originality treatment, accuracy and deco F'riday.With Arrive. .j t-it.: Marks..? ... ................{.: .') a.,4, It ISK'
of .
Steamer =.
'f t every subject Flora from St. Mary's River :=-' --- :---=: -=:. -== -=
1\'. Honest( comment. The Snn't habit is I endings on Wednesday! and Friday ; fur 001 NU> RAPT ONE of the above Steamers will leave .

1 S'to Htioak out fearlessly about men and things :t. Mary's River Landings on Sunday and Leave Chutta. River.... 4.-u; nom day arrival for New York every Thurs .,.
on of
I \ afternoon -
Knual candor in dealing with each |>o- Vednesday. Lave Chattahoochee... 4.30 a.m trains from
f htical irty.j and equal readiness to ccm- AT (',\LLAIUN.'fo Leave 51 U. 1'Ieasant..... 5.15a.in. Jacksonville This and Cedar,Key HTKAMEIU
line
.
elll.what having no transfers
praiseworthy and to make
to rebuke from
or Savannah --
)
at lOA -
a. m. and Leave betweenFKRNANDINA
what !* blamable Quincy. 5.52"aTi7i. FLORA ,
MARTHA
in Democrat or Rcpubli- 2!.20:: p. in. ,
I :c... [' can.' AT BU.IWIX, FLA. Leave Midway.. 0.41 a.m. Captain RICHAKMBON, Cuptain
"' :
1' 1 Absolute independence of partisan To and from Tallahassee Arrive Tallahassee....... 7.30 aan.: ----- AND NEW.; YORK, r
I organizations, but ; at 12.20 noon Leave
unwavering to Tallahassee.. .
f loyalty a nd 1.00 p. in. H.OO a.m.
DAILY
true Democratic principles. The fun be Otters the BEnVICJ< .
Leave --- -
'i lieves that the government which the AT LOCULOOIU, FL.'., Vhalr.'Ii'........:...: H.43 au -

,j titution gives us is a good one to keep. con.Its With Steamer alpha for all }ohits and leave Lloyd'H............. 1I.OS) a.,?. IIEtfT AND CHKAPKST: '!'UASHl'OUT'fIO .- The Flora 'cmandina (

I', notion of duty is to resist to its utmost 1 Hidings on Orange I ake, on arrival of Ten- Ix-ave ;;;nticcllo.... 0.00a.nl. TO l"I.OJUHUU'I'EllS.. JUvl'r landings every :Monday' lIrSt''lury''

power the efforts of men in the Republican in(isular Railroad Train. Leave Drifton............. .45a.m. and 'rhlay-rl.tnrnlng Wednl.'tIlla.J

',. in Iart place to of set that up another which form of government AT OCAtA. Lave c .........;:.10.10 1Ll1I. Vegetuhhti in and Fruits' will receive special day and Saturday on Tuesday,, Th1u.
exists The care .
18X1 handling.PASSENGER The
year !slave Martha leaves
,rand the years immediately following will With Stage Line to and from Ilrooksville _nrt'eJ1ville..JU.M. points Fernandina for'Dam*
,probably decide the supremely important ally except. Sunday."ueiUlay Ix-ave Malison..I: I. jJ --- every Tuesday, Thursday
'
? aan. ACCOMMODATIONS day-
,. .; AUK returning : Wednesday
every Monday
Leave ,
t Sun ,
nVr1'The W'eves that the Victory Thunwlay and Saturdaytrout Ellavllle..12.55 .tll... and
ftaoa.in.
Friday
,: F will be with the (cala> and Tampa --- FIIUST-CI. VSH. r
| fur monopoly! the people as for agaiftst the rings and Friday. ou Monday, Wednesday 1.t>4ve'ullter.i ......:. -.. 1:2 ".,"." '- .r .
rings
rr |the rings for imperial plunder, and Arrive Live Oak.......... 1.10..m.. The traveling public are offered the ad Through_ Kill or Ladlugby '
-t pr1,r, Our terms are as follows power. AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., I. -8\'e Live Oak........... 2.10 p.m. vantages of a DIRECT LINK WITHOUT
: --
;' '' Fur the Daily Sun a four-page;, heet of I la.on With Monday Steamer and MiUtr to and from r naaco- i I/eavo IIoustonT...-..-.- 2.32'-': (1.11I.-- - -- ANY Fernandina CIlA (aCUIIIIl'Ctions mode at Ishils MALLOHY'S the LINE of Steamers to all)
t with on St.
r Friday. all :
twenty-eight: ;, (columns Leave 1Ve1borm. gtcamboaU for Mary's.CIoMo ,
the price by mail With ...... 3.00 p.m.Arrlve all
i I,(* U M Steamers Clinton and points on the St. John'
.t-paid, Murgan for Ocklawaha
.year: or. including cents the a :Sunday month, or $0.-50 a dew. Orleans on Friday ; (rom New Orleans Lake tty: ....... :0.rm._ ) Indian Rivera and with the Transit ,Railroad and Connection F
F paper an o n Saturday: from Havana :==- =-=--- = -- .. at Fcrnandina -
eteht-page theft of fiftycolumns! and Key West --y::: for all railroad stations V
I price ii, bJ cents a month or $7,70 a year, the, orSa unlay.1 Friday; fur Key Went and 1I8\'allaOIl ( GOIfO EAST-DT. MAKIMTueidayt Utv1slnr. and Gulf farts In Florida Savannah made: with the New York, ('llarll'tihua ;and
IM.t'l'ai.1. Steamers.
Thurnlayt and
Saturday.)
The !Sunday edition fof the Sun U also fur. '''omjMiny's With Florida Steamers& Havana Mail Steamship I....ave Ht. Marks...........................12J.L5 FREIGHT ANJ> pASSKMlKK 41ATKS:
a.u1.
nl-hed fie M-pjiraUly: f.r $)|/JO a year, po-t-naid.. I a: on Monday and Thnn for Key West and Tain- l.ca,\\'akulla. .............?......... ') LIII. AS IX1W AS IJY INDIRECT: MNKH. GOOD A'O UtODATION

price of the UWl/y XUM. eight -' (> With Steamer + Liy. Arriveraliahaitse......,............... L40p.nt.
fcftjrlx columns, Is *l a year, \*) li3k\ 8u Eulrr1riae, fur ]N>ints on the ........ m erThrough hates und Kills of for PuMBengerx KzcurnlonUtd and Tourists
{ I River -
annre
Fur (iub"1 of ten ) on Thursdays at (t to all Lading will thud this
Moling 11Q| we will Vend For Information a. ml eSN.rIOS: point. a very attractive trip, as the
an extra copy free. respecting routes, rate, IlIth For or further scenery f U grand and
.lti.lre54 V.KXOLAXIl.: e test apply ta live East an1 '\'f'tIt boltnd tralIra5 meet at to postage. information, applyIt. game are ulnmdant. alligators and ,, If"

Pullib., of TAa S.u., .\. O. UuDONKIJ: vatmirab Oak anti 'tJJlIU.'t1. with ; HI St.. W. lair Either: of the above tetUnCF'1
31 Ot'I1''rkkt't. F'lurh.t 'Vcwtcni OU'rll'JC"Kf'Jlt" (';III l>*
arvl 1'iu*. .\ggriit. Jwilroacl fur (,' arttTwl for
excursion
New YnrkCity. U R, 1fuWkU. savannah IIlhl tIhamv. .Fenminlina i\artiest taste
,, Geri'J 1 1. Fur any
SnJ4 :1 C. 11. )1.\ further information
I'usseugeo fur (,'fJat'tahvwl.C6 I.JJHty .t CO., apply! to
IUv'r'J1tJUt. '
:
Iltr 2U Ku-jt: A. U. NGY
r: .1. a Rlvtr{ : Sew York. :=-al 33.:1:13 WAgrm::
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F THE FLORIDA i: Minuc. As this question} will sooner or later come EDITOJIIAL COIUllSI"ONIJ' the Logos; Club was! held in Forensic! Hall HAXG1XG IN THE HALAXCE.

'. ; \ -__________-_____ = up in Florida, we suggest Hint the Georgia An address of great power was made bj"Professor -

'1 SATUIDAY, .If rIG UST ,4U, 1881. plan beat once adopted, and State aid given THE UNIVERSITY OF THK SOUTH! THE COMMENCEMENT : John McCrady f Professor!! of Biology TUB GRAVE' CONDITION OF THR TRIDENT FOR

._ .._-___--- --_-.. __ __-- to tithe} Live{ Oak Colored Institute, upon con F.XF.n'IIIF.sERM01'f BY REV.MR. n distinguished !\ explanation THE LAST THREK D\YS-POMH SMOHT IMPROVEMENT -

,T'i: : t HANKS AND, MONEY. dition of its rcccivlgn the State's students DimnvtK-ADDRESS nr REV. DR. of the purposes of the organization, which ON THURSDAY-THR SUDOEOS9 -

;:i). '. Mr. J. J. Knox, tho Comptroller of the of that race. It is not worth while to discuss Tl'CK Ell-DKOK; KM: -A LUM SI CEL were declared: to be tile confutation of the CONSIDER THE CHANCES

'"; ; Currency, makes the recent convention I of any abstract questions of the.rights and F.nnATlox-touoS CM'B, CTC.SEWANEE theories and assumptions( of that school of FOR RECOVERY BETTER.A .

1' !\ u ,tankers at Niagara Falls the occasion of d c' equality of the races before the law. Thee TF.NN., August 15, 1881. scientists represented!: by Huxley, Tyndall, decided feeling of anxiety, in regard: to

1- livcring a very interesting report on th best interests of the white and colored race The Commencement of the University of etc, in opposition to the received truths of President Garfield's!. condition, was createdin ,

:. .' whole subject of the currency. The whol render mixed. schools impracticable, as they the South comes!'! six weeks later than at religion and the propounding and maintenance Washington! on Monday morning last,

!: amount of money find representative Money; arc certainly necessary. other institutions. This is owing to the orrangcment of the verities of religious belief)' when the first official bulletin was pub

.... hi the United States on the 1st of May, 1881to 1, of the school year, which is dif- a full discussion of the results of scientific lished. Them'residentdidnot rest well during
THE SUMTEK M VIM Kit.
.' stated in ferent from all other colleges, North or research. Sunday night. His stomach was irritable,

\ t, (Gold cOin./ ..................n......... $520,000.00< The Governor of the State has very prop, South. At this university the Trinity t Tern The objects of the club were warmly and he vomited several times, his
Silver coin............................. 172,071,327: : crly-offered a reward. for the apprehension applauded tempera- v- .I
(i;' I 1 y --.. It is begins, the first week in August and terminates by the several bishops! present In ture being considerably higher than the previous -
of the murderers of Dickison.
,$,. '. Total gold and silver coin......$092,071,327! : young just before Christmas. The usual long short and eloquent addresses. day. At 12 o'clock the bulletin announced
L .. also to the credit of the county commissioners '
Ix I ------ vacation of twelve weeks then ensues, and The Commencement week at Sewanee that tho President had not vomited
'f.: X 1 Silver Certificates.............,...... $3! ,157,9K!) of Siimtcr county that they have supplemented -
school! exercises'! are resumed about the middle terminated with a feeling of great satisfaction again/ and had been able to retain the nourishment -
: j f Legal 1 tender (U. S.) notes......... 340t j W1OK this action of the Governor by an
I, I National bank notes................ 3o2XM.VJ7Total of March, and continue until about August at the progress of this noble institutionin administered luring the morning
s : i : additional reward of$500. General I Dickison
... I 1st. The purpose of this! arrangement its efforts to build up the great educa- dressing. The discharge of pus was free and

f. : paper or representative has himself offered. a further reward of$1,000 is to subserve the convenience of its tional development of the South on a basis of a good character but his 118
greater pulse was
: of money...................... $738,730.523: thus making an aggregate stun of $2OJO, ,
4 t -- patrons who live in the Southern states of!sound Christian morality, true patriotism temperature 99. The, feeling of uneasiness"

Making of coin....................... $((102,071,327Taper which is the largest!'! sum ever offered as. a re- All parts of the South are healthy in the and high intellectual culture. throughout the country'was manifested by

;<'. .,I ..................................... 738.739,523Total ) ward for apprehension criminals with- winter months, but not very generally so in Among the trustees! present were the bishops the numerous inquiries at tho Mansion,
t \ ---- in the State far know.It .
1 as we
?> : so the warmer portion of the summer, while of Mississippi, South Carolina Louisiana aside from the many requests for tho latest
'l.1 i f coin and paper...........$1,430,810,850 I IJ be disagreeable to the mob of
may tho location of the this Western Texas and Arkansas Genera from tho several executive
: Of the coin the banks hold $140,000.000() m, in Sumtcr county to l find themselves university upon news depart-
I \ i thetreusury$158,000,000leavingin tho hand: lynchcrs denounced murderers and to find I mountain plateau is all that could be desired J. Floyd King and Hon. )rr. Blanchard, ments. During the nfternoon the irritabilityof
us ,
of tho people nearly three hundred millions, I for health and pleasant! temperature members! of Congress from Louisiana, and the President's stomach returned and he
sentiment arrayed against
or about six dollars per capita for the whole so them.!strong! We a public hope that public law and public during: the entire summer. As many families General W. It. Cox, member of Congress, of vomited three times. Although the after-

Of the the banks and: leave their homes in the South for summer North Carolina, and Colonel Whittle, of noon rise of temperature was less than on
population. paper, jnctice will be vindicated, and this mob
1 treasury hold $100,000,000 and the pcopl spirit and mob law will bo crushed out in resorts! it is much more convenient to Georgia, etc. F. the previous day, his pulso and respiration

have their sons at school at that period and were more frequent, his pulse being 130.
eleven dollars
+ ; $572,000,000, or,nearly )rr cap our State in the few localities where it ex
o l r'. 'ita.. From data obtained' by the TreasuryDepartment have them at home in the winter. Sewanco THE STATE LUNATIC ASYLUM. temperature !99.0, respiration 22. '1

i the /lI.tuallse: of coin in ban ists.The of Dickison i is, consequently! crowded during the hot Tho information obtained from the at- ,

r- transactions amounts in the whole United] murderers are probably weather with the parents and friends of the A GI.1MPSK: OF ITS INMATE AND ITS MAN tending surgeons was to the effect that while
,
well known in Sumter county, and if tho AGEMENT.CHATTAHOOCHEE .
'I t States to loss than 1 cent. and of students, who find it a very pleasant placeto tho indications were that the President's
: paper
per them
efforts now being made to apprehend Ft.A.. Juno 13. 1881. ,
: to but 4 cent. 95 cent ol f spend the summer in. edifices wound was doing very well, and was apparently -
currency per ; per shall result in their conviction, or in their Being near by the grounds and of
All receipts! at the banks being In drafts and]i enforced Mexico: South America The Commencement sermon was delivered the State Lunatic Asylnin, I called! for the not the cause of the trouble, the fact
flight or
sake of information concerning theoor unfortunates could not be concealed that the patient was
checks. in St. Augustine's! Chapel, on Sunday 31st
it will be to the State. ,
advantage
an the deserving objects of thoState's
There in the United States 2,100 nationul of July the Rev. Alex. I. extremely weak, and that his disability was!
arc The( test of the orderly character of a community by Drysdale, benevolence, who have been visited!
a. l' ; banks and 4,420 private bankers and is not so much the total absence! of rector of Christ Church, Mobile,"a clergymanof by the greatest aflliction that humanity is such as to cause anxiety. It had! been* determined

,. banking associations. Boston has fifty-follr crime as tho prompt enforcement the laws marked ability. Mr. Drysdale is a grandson heir to. From Captain W. B. Sims, the efficient not to disturb his stomach by per

'national banks, while New' York has but of the late John Drysdale, Esq., of St. and courteous commissary, whose! mitting him to eat for the present, and nourishment -
of crime.
and the rigid punishment books arc kept in the neatest and\ most businesslike i-
forty-eight; Baltimore, with as large a pop Augustine one of tho most! distinguished'! manner I learned that the total was being administered by means of

ulatlon as Boston, has[ but sixteen, Chicago CROPS FOR 1881.Tin's members of the legal profession in Florida : number of lunatics at the present date is injection. The surgeons explain the difficulty

ulno and St. Louis five. There is but is subject of interest now, in view before the war. The services in tho chapel ninety-nine, several having been discharged by the assertion that the President's .
It has reached 108. Ho showed
ono national bank in Florida! and not more of hoexte !sivedroutlmswhichhave prevailedin are made interesting by the music of well- me recently.the requisition for the rations of yesterday stomach has failed to respond as it should,

than ten of any kind in the State. the Southwestern! states. The Philadel trained. choristers!, who thus acquire a which consists of bacon lard flour.bcer hence the 'determination to inject nourish

.' The total capital of the national banks is phia/Vew gives an outline of tho prospectof knowledge of vocal music, and a noble organ grits (alternate rice), sugar, coffee, tea, ,, ment.
and tho number of shareholders syrup, dried apples twice a week and vege The following reports of his condition afl'taken
$505,000,000; cereals so far as is now known. While under the direction of an accomplished organist tables. from the window of
Looking an
,; 208,480. there will bo a falling our in the average pro- adds volume to tho full-voiced choir. office I sec a most magnificent garden of from the dispatches of the Associated

The national and state bunks now hold duct per acre of wheat in the Northwest, On Sunday_ evening missionary. sermon.. the finest vegetables in great profusion, Press :
of and tho deposits OJ which baa been cultivated altogether by the WASHINGTON, August 15-11:30: m.-Although \
$1,023,000,000, deposits average tho increased amount of land put in wheat by Bishop Howe, South Carolina, was listened p. I,
lunatics under the direction of there has been
Captain a feeling of anxietyat
of the 629: savings banks is $881,000- will, it is believed bring the crop to a full to by a very large congregation. Tubberville, the able and kind-hearted fore- the Executive Mansion[ all day, no alarm

t OOD, making in both classes of banks over average. Tho wheat crop in Europe is afar On :Monday evening: the annual contestfor man, the exercise being found to bo a treatment was felt regarding the President's condition

$2, OOOOOOOIJ of deposits held by the banks. average, and hence the foreign demand the prizes in declamation took place in which works ,much good of itself and until late this afternoon. The fact that none
as diversion of the mind, gives relief and of the attending have entered the
Of tho banks make of these deposits surgeons
course: use this will not be
ipoii country very great. Forensic Hall. The instruction in elocution contentment that otherwise could not be ob. business: apartments of the mansion to-day,
i and it is understood loan out all the Corn is more uncertain. The early part has been for several years in charge of Professor tained. The poor unfortunates take great occasioned an unfavorable suspicion, which

; deposits they receive, leaving only their of tho season was not favorable, heavy rains Lowry, who has been very successfulin deal of interest in the garden, and originate tho evening bulletin proved was warranted.

: capital as reserve to cover losses, real es- have been followed by long drouths. Im- methods of planting, killing vermin, etc., Since tho bulletin was issued there has been
investments training the students in that ml1stcryoflanguage which though peculiar to themselves, arc a constant arrival of anxious inquirers at the
tate and
working expenses. immense areas! have been planted in Kansas so necessary in public life in this quite good and effective. There scarcelyany White House. Tho room of Private Secretary -

The savings; banks keep but about live percent and Nebraska, in the former state amountIng country.On vegetable that is known in this locality Brown has been crowded all tho even-

r in reserve,and are hence very often In to over four million acres. Thelmmenso evening admirable address but what I is planted, and dally the tables are ing. Among the first to arrive were J>ust-
Tuesday an loaded with them fresh and sound. Thereare rnaster-Gcnertil James and
to the of AttorneyGeneralMeVeagh.
difficulty owing
nonpayment extent of devoted this will
to.
country crop delivered before the literary societies by
was also forty acres in oats, with an expected Shortly after came Assistant Secretary -
loans secured! upon real estate and the over- It is believed produce a fair crop. Davis Sessums, M. A., a talented alumnus of ;yield ofSOO bushels, forty-five acres in corn, of State Hill, !Secretary:! Windom, secretaries

valuation of collaterals. Tho oat crop in Dakota :Minnesota: and the institution!'! one acre in sugar-cane and three acres of Kirkwood and Hunt, Second Assistant -

The business of tho savings hanju ills) evidently .Illinois promises to be good. Rye is also a sweet potatoes: growing, which number of Postmaster-General Elmer, First Comptroller -
On Wednesday the Commencement ora-
acres will be increased as soon as tho oats Lawrence General Francis Walker;
( ,
not confined to the poorer crasscM, as fair crop, and early potatoes have done well.Of tion was delivered by tho Rev. Joseph L. arc harvested ; and as the soil is fertile Associate-Justice Harlan, General Sherman,

the average amount of each deposit, wa.s hay there will bo a large crop ; n cool Tucker, of Jackson, Miss. The keynote of heavy cropswill be made A large number General Drum and many more of prom

35071. :spring and abundant ruins were favorable the address the of continuous of peach trees arc full of this delightful fruit, inence. Secretary Lincoln is in New York
Tho number of borrowers is! not stated but was necessity with a pear orchard in prospect! and there is and Secretary Blaine is in New lia ipslmire.
t borrowed the crop. ___________________ effort in accomplishing the best aims of life. about half an acre of scuppernong grapes. Both of these gentlemen have been communicated '
the amount is
equivalent to $120
"" 1'lUOI.Yl.t POLITICS.The The aimless lives of the thousands of young Thus, surrounded with every comfort, the with by telegraph concerning the
for each inhabitant of tho country, or $840 who idle their best in the appearance of the inmates shows that theyare serious condition of the President. Private I 1
contest in has mcn away years j
political
for each voter, or $000 for each family. As Virginia now well fed. As decently clothed, they Secretary Sweet said to-night that; he expected I T
;. ,the banks are largely located in the North, assumed a definite shape. A small section lassitude of country stores and desultory wander about within the wall, or are "1'aLt'lunder ; Secretary: Lincoln to return to'Washington
of the Democratic party support tho Reads employments, vacuity, was well portrayedand the brmd-spreading oaks, the lookeron to-morrow. One of the attendants
it is thus icon how large I is the control held
jester ('Mahonc) ticket. The Republicanscalled the manliness: of a true and worthylife without information, might not judge upon| the President said at half-past ten
by tho banks ovt'r. the business interests of that they were the confined inmates vf the o'clock to-night, that he did not consider
exhibited in contrast. The
; that section, and how easily) they can\ control convention at Lynchburg which strong lunatic asylum. the President's condition necessarily tdarming -
legislation of Congress or of tho split into two factions, the straight-outers speaker' brought the. force of Jruccfulom- They manifest! great respect for the Sabbath ,although it certainly warranted anxietv..
any and tho coalcsccrs.'! The latter adjourned tory to aid the charms of his scholarly and day, and gather under tho trees to He had not vomited during the past six
vtftto I legislatures: which affects their inter without nomination practical I discourse.. listen to a sermon from one of their number, hours, and that his sleep hud been perfect. !
ests. This power they used effectually! in a separate agreeing to or some minister: of the Gospel!: who happens natural. In the opinion of this gentleman:
obtaining the veto by Mr. Hayes of the support time Mahonc ticket. The 8trai ht- Tho evening of Wednesday was devotedto \ to bo in tho neighborhood. These everything is being done for the patient that

t funding bill; outs nominated Wickham for governor, who the contest of the two literary societies, meetings, too, arc attended by the oflldalsof professional skill can suggest, and he feels '
let-lined, and they adjourned without Pi! Omega and the Sigma Epsilon: for the the institution. In talking with many of quite sure that morning will show an Im ? :
n It also appears that the whole tendency of a tr...<_Min__ iinfiirtiinntnH I_ find _that_m_ they nrn _n._t provement. The members of the cabinet loft .;
and
uuniimutt for
the banking business of the country, as at ion. prize cups oratory essay writing. cheerful as could possibly bo expected under the Mansion for their respective (homes at 11 I \ .

present conducted, is to depreciate the valueof This: leaves only Daniel Democrat Debt- Thursday the bishops, clergy, trustees of the c'rcumstances.! with feelings of great respect o'clock, which hour the patient was still \

gold and silver as and to Payer, and Cameron, Mahonc Ilepudiator, the university; faculty, alumni and gownsmen us a general thing, for the officers, and sleeping naturally and quietly. Drs. Bliss
money put paper the kind remain
gratefully acknowledging treatment and Reyburn at the Mansion )
(during
: money, i. e. representative: money, in their as the candidates in the field. The Democratic preceded by the choir,. entered the received. There are lucid intervals the ni ht. Assistant Secretary Hill deemed

place. Coin is evidently considered. a born ticket will poll the body of the party chapel in brilliant. procession. Tho venerable when the darkness of mind i is broken and it advisable at a late hour to-night to inform

: by banks-: and by their e\lstotlll'l'-but the and some Republicans. The Mahono ticket chancellor, Bishop Green, now upwards their thanks are overwhelming. Alas it is Secretary Blaine of the unfavorable change
will pull the repudiating. element and In official not always so, and the night settles upon in tho President's! condition in order that
a considerable of of clad the
mass[ .00ho people have Mitllcicut) faith in it eighty years age,
them again, and de<'p.fclt sympathy} i is only he might: return to Wu hlngton.
to bold in their hands. $300,000,000 of coin, negro vote. Thestraight-outcrs hav- robes of his office, presided, assisted by consoled by the fact of the judicious and EXECUTIVE fJANION. WASHINGTON, August

while tho banks.bold but $120,000,000( ) to secure lug no ticket in the field will likely stay at the Rev. Dr. Hodgson, the vlce.ebancellonarra'etl kind treatment which they experience. They 10-8:30 a. m.-Official bulletin.-The President l-

4 their $353,000,000 of notes.IIIXtD home The 1 issue is, therefore, uncertain, in the"gorgeous silk and 'ermine arc in excellent hands Dr. J. II. Randolph was somewhat restless and vomited!

but favorable to the Democratic) ticket. robes of office sent to the university from superintendent| has long been known as a several times during the early part of the ,
SOIIOOLS.'fenuessec model gentleman and one of tho most successful night Since 3 o'clock this morning he has
T1IK OFFICE OF J.l'J-I.lUSllJl.VT. Oxford several years since [as' a token of practitioners of our State. With excellent not vomited and slept tranquilly mast of
has a State University at Knox administrative talent he combines the time. :
friendly\ rClUcn bralice. The degrees and diplomas a Nutritious cnemata are success
yule/ supported mainly by state funds.: Rich Tho New York JlrraM, in a leader of the conferred tho graduatesof kindness of nature with a sound judgment, fully employed to sustain him. Altogether

county is. entitled to scholarships in 11th inst., discusses> the general anxiety and were upon that especially qualify him for the position.He the symptoms appear less urgent than yesterday -
( Its proportion disinclination of tho people to we Mr. Chester the schools, besides a considerable num- I is now assisted by Dr. W. B. Forman, afternoon. At present: his pulse is
to population. A question has now Arthur succeed to the ber of bachelor degrees. The master of arts who is. now passing!! through a third year of 100. temperature 93.0, respiration!! 18.
arisen to perplex the author!ties of tho school and attributes( Presidential chair, degree was bestowed upon two of the students his duties, anti whose aid is invaluable. He EXECUTIVE: MANSION, August 10( -12:30: p, .
to know what shall be done in reference to it to the feeling that Mr. that distinction is! a young physician of high promise, and m.-Official bulletin.-The President has
a number of colored pupils'who have been Arthur was! not chosen with any view whatever who bad earned high probably, for his agl'I is.as well I acquaintedwith been tranquil, and has not vomited since
: to his fitness fur the otllce. und a by passing tho rigid examination prescribed the intricate and hidden diseases of a the morning bulletin, but has not yet-rallied
awarded tlcholan.hllThreo plans! have aversion the general by the university. Several gold lIIl'dals.for mind, which develops into insanity, as can from the prostration of yesterday afternoonas
.' !>cVn suggested. One to employ special on part of tho people toleputy the highest proficiency In Greek, Latin, oratory be found III the very oldest institutions.!'. He, much as was (hoped. The cnemata ads
teachers for them ; another, to have them Presidents.: The remedy whuh! till'Jl'rllll'I.l'tlpoot'S certainly, most thoroughly enjoys the confidence ministered are however, still retained. At
at different is tit so amend the constitution etc., were awarded. Orations in Latin, and esteem of the poor lunatics, who. present his: pulse is HI, temperature,
taught hours from the other ns to abolish the office French, German und English: were deliveredby look to him as one of their best friends.I respiration IS.EXECUTIVE ..

classes ; and the last to make no difference and giving tho the students us. usual. The day was understand that additions are soon to be : : M.\N! 4 ..' tit place them in the regular classes! ignor'ing [Hiwcr to tilling a vacancy to a joint assembly the made to the white female and colored male pfflcial bulletin.-Tho l'r hlcnt'811)'IJll'tolJlsare
closed in to
.,' the distinction of color. This question\ of the two houses of Congros. This a manner .very gratifying buildings, which, though they have not been still, grave, yet he seems to have lust no
be young! people, by a grand Commencement uncomfortably crowded have been quite ground during the
the
seems to mode in which the modern { day, and his condition on
.:L- ....*'.t1tWlsc1y und promptly met in Georgia)' writer would correct little iopat Forensic Hall. full. The board has not yet determined the whole I is rather better than yesterday

n largo and generous appropriation by the any difficulties On Friday; afternoon the monument recently upon the necessary improvements and additions lie has vomited but once during the after
,.., Hate towards the support of a colored Univerily which present tbemuse!yes. J: 'H'rclll'tflr but will do Sum, it is expected, on to. noon. The enemata are retained. At present .
.. In the city of Atlanta he constitution has long since departed,and erected by the alumni to the memoryof morrow As U well-known the buildings: his pulse is 120, temperature 1'8,9. respiration -
time usual: process of getting over con...,titu- .Professor Robert Dabney, LL. D., of Virginia are finely constructed! and could not be de 19.
There in now in full operation an excellent ficient in any size and accommodation WASHINGTON
tional difficulties the first professor of metaphysics and respect except August 10-U p. in.-This
l'.Olkoge.11I Nashville, railed the Fisk N to construe it to tit the the senior of the which have to lx extended in has undoubtedly been the most unsatisfactory -
professor univcrsitywasunteilel.
University, built by the Jubilee Singers, ase. ____.._______.. ________ proportion to increase of population in the day of the President's illness. Early
I
.
:State: and then increased rate of insanity, showed
morning signs of less his
well ANOTHER hope for
which Is and! : S\"NIll'\TE.-\\'C
equipped provided for shown
were on Rev. Dr. F. A. Shoup, formerly professorof It is source of great gratlfica.ion to know recovery, and the cabinet officers "
: tho of the colored yesterday a sketch 6t the route of the new !, depart- '
higher education race.: H.. mntlii'inaties 'the deliveredu that the most complete systems exists in the uncut officials, and others of
Florida railroad. It is to be built In' university, more or less ImHirtance. -
by the II.
would be suggested! the Nashville I management of t the institution, and that the called
as by H, Want at the White House to obam .
j syndicate, and will be rain from 1 mint iwr; \ ttinjj and appropriate" \ address condition of the patients is of
: American, altogether the bet plan! to place Live Oak, Florida, southward tu Itronson, i a subject anxious indications. With a few exceptions
i upon the mv< ioii. In the citing the and kind solicitude by all persons who time official bulletins
: the l'nlu'Cl1stl1..nh. in the Fi,k University Tampa( and end ut Charlotte harbor, the have been referred to asanswers
I ; connected with the administration.
tlllhit i harbor in the South. The road Alumni Assivi.itiitu held t hum: initial meet* I Iing are to interrogatories, as t.. the patient'
and to appropriate funds fur that !purpose lte twu hundred and sixty miles long will and Time atMitvts wa delivered by Fielding I a citizen of Florida I feel a great pride in the condition there being little beyond what

out of the revenues of the State University.The will run through the hc.t l orange and ,fruit Vaughan. H'I", |U. !S., O, 1':., LU B., of Alabama :. fact have that been our bereft Ior| of mind fellow-creatures, thoughtfully, who and of hey callers contained! to ay. While the number
attempt to make any satisfactory arrangejucnt (wuntry in the wl.IIoI, It will serve as during the day has been small, the
extension an : an alumnus ofthe institution, \\ htchI.II.I'l..1 fully receive that full measure of benevolence evening being co: mmsidere)
at the&tate, University will bo tit use ;w..IIII"h.' Florida Western -. ) in all re-HX't.s| :, already bestowed with those who timemustcriticalperiai 1 -
road.aid trill! make up about I'Ulii; Jiun- u by u charming p JMHMU by n. N", have been here hare shown
,, disastrous the University l unfortunate tired miles of mad In the hamNuf this ..y n.ditatc.Snraomi4.1rtci > ltamuc,1'! :*]., of Louisiana.On ... a liberality beloved and. State sentiment that in will increase the most intense anxiety, and,if not by their
us our andeo11nuerve.'barle
grows \ imputation conversation, hate
for time colored' V.udents. < by their actions, mani-
Saturday evening u public iiui-iing ofe' *, in Jaettvnlle L'niun, r'ted that in their respective opinions the

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case had reached 1 an extremely critical tcaspoonful of nourishment was t.lkennel Kent 1.!I4tn'( r .
This opinion has!' not been confined Ill"rind. this f.ictva:* proved! by his firm )pulse. Before iwT miKYEE : SRNANDINA, FLORIDA,
a few persons, but may be said to have been the noon bulletin was issued the President I. THE n-OKII 11. C. l
almost universal throughout the city. The !had partaken of koumiss four differ DEALER IX
physicians have avoided com"ersing as much cut occasions! ,and! expressed a desire( for more. IMI'UOVEMENT: COMPANY.lYniiiiMlliia (ENERAL: COMMISSION.MERC1IANT, }
4 possible, especially with member: from the Of course the: nourishment was administered rpOWN Fine Family Groeerlo. tt
and the CKStnK ST., NKAR: It. R. I>':POT,
press, greatest dilllculty ha been in very small quantities.! Previous to administering -

experienced supplying thedc11mandsufthe the first quantity\ of koumiss, *'J'A AMDPROVISIONS.
public for the exact condition of all'airs at Mrs( larfield was silting by the! .patient's FERNANDINA, -

intervals throughout the dav. bedside: when !he expressed himself as ti
The one good feature of the 7 o'clock bulletin feeling comparatively well, and inquired if TOWIIH'" on It., K. Line, Hay, Corn, OatM. ,
is the rifle in temperature which i N -----
it was desired to try the strength!: of his -
6-10 of a degree higher than it was at noon, stomach by }permitting him to have nourishment And Vdur Key.Oflers JAMES: t.U..N. .

and 4-10 above normal, which is nit indication and expressed a wish for koumiss, AND BUILDER, Customers cnn rely upon"getting? CHOICE:
that there is still! some material loft, whereupon his wife gave him his first jxir- CONTRACTOR a

however slight, for fever to work upon. The tion. The fact of the President having !suggested GOODS, as "
vomiting referred to in the otllcial bulletin the administration of nourishment!! is to lessees and Purchasers u large Aluchun Street, between Second and Third, ':#,' '.

,. .I is said to have been very plight, and was!' the considered! by the attending !surgeons! as an number of the most eligible and desirable FERNANDINA, FLA.. *
result of the patient's drinking ice-water. It indication that the irritability the stomach Lots suitable for Business Purposes, or for NOTHING BUT THE FINEST URANDS
was after drinking he expressed a desire to is subsiding, and that iii consequencethe !! Suburban Residences, Orders and estimates from distance carefully S
be turned on his side, and the disturbance patient commences to crave food. Considerable City or attended to. 23-tf

his body is supposed to have irritated his anxiety was exhibited about 12:30: UPON EASY'' TKUMS. -- .-_ .. .... ..-, -'.- arc kept in stock. )
stomach again which is now extremely clock on account. of a lIght delay in the O. S. OAKEN,

weak. The only nourishment the Presidenthas bulletin, and the ('ont'nt101' the bulletin, Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to ANGEL FRIEND,
had today has been by, means of eno- I when it was read in Private Secretary in manufacturing or indus- CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
parties engaged
)mata have,been which retained., as shown by the bulletin, Brown's room at 1:1: ;)o'clock, did not allay trial enterprises, who willl'rt'l't on the property TAKERS. .AND CONFECTIONERS,
the anxiety because of the announcementit \ substantial improvements DLiNUr.tcrumwaMOd1LDiNlS !
While the evelllllg bnlletill hn hind. the\'fl'cd eontainett in reference to inflammation of purchased in which to conduct their
for residence, or
of warding off all apprehensions: of a crisis the Iarotidgland, and until the assurances business. BRACKETS: : SAWED AND CHOICE
during the night, there are grave fears that of I the and attending : ,
consulting surgeonswere INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS TURNED BALUSTERS, NEWELS,
Groceries Cigar, mill Tobacco,
,
will
the morning not bring much
encouragement obtained to the: contrary, great apprehension by exemption for term of years from STAIR HAILH, WOOD ElVES
the
Owing to extremely debilitated was felt that a lIemitt serious the several cities and! TROIUJIIS, SHEATHING,
otlercd ,
condition of the patient, it lias been complication had been encountered. Dr. taxation, by WEATHERBOARD-: TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings .
impossible to ascertain:! anything at all from Hamilton the first of the towns. Apply at -
was
surgeons applied FLOOR
J&O-Ofllcc cor. Beach it 7th f t ts., Fernandma ISO AND
the sick room since the exciting build to for information regarding the in- ING. Entertainments, and Picnics,

was issued. This is considered unfavorable Jlamcd gland, but beyond n statement that _.111-. t-f-,.--,-----.- --..-..,.... ---r--- furnished nt the. shortest notice, at rock-bot-
indication, as the surgeons usually have it \\'Inothin of a serious character, the THE FLO1CIDAr Stair and Church: Work tom prices, at
been quite communicative leit to the doctor was disinclined to talk He intimated ANGEL'S BAKERY,,
cabinet officers. that he could not explain the a(Tec- A SPECIALTY: ; Centre Street,

EXECUTIVE MANSION, August 17, 80: a. m. ion to a non-professional! in the brief time AND AND IMMIGRATION': COMPA'Y 23 Opp. old P.,O. Building.
Official bulletin.-The President has passed he had at his disposal\ and left with the remark DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES:

o a tranquil night, sleeping most of the time. that it was nothing: to cause alarm OFFERSOOOOOO OF. ALL SIXES. NIHI'N. PARLOR RESTAURANT. ,

He continues to retain nutritive encm.Ua, I ._ _._ _._,
----- --- Post Oilico Box 171.
and has not vomited since the last bulletin.: ,\1'.'-* Between Centre and Alachua

His general condition appears more hopeful $2;) to $50 PER, DAY Of the most jan4 Fenmndina. Flu.W. ,
than at this time ------
yesterday. Pulse 110, temperature FERNANDINA, '. FLORIDA. .
98, respiration: 1$.
K. 1IAUKNH.IIIT
(1AN EASILY BE MADE 1 by using the ACCESSIBLE: AND DESIRABLE:
12:30 Official bulletin.
m.- The
p. Prci- AGENT recently' moved and t1ttt.'d11
,
celebratedVIOTO3FL
dent's condition has not materially HAVING
changed I.VNIW IY THE' JlOOMS I ant preparedto
since the last bulletin. Hc has been WHOLK8AI.K: AND RETAIL
tranquil in
furnish meals! at all hours, gotten up
and has slept sonic Has not vomited, STATE: OF FLORIDA, BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER, the best style and nti3EXTREMELY
and nutritive enemata arc still retained. : : ANiIDcalcr

Pulselll, temperature, respiration 18. At, only $1.25 per aero to new settlers, with In lee. ;:- : LOW PRICES.-

dent's 7:30 condition p. in.-Official is even bulletin.better-than The it Prcsi- the privilege of selection in parcels of 40 TENNE S S E:E 11E':E PAS P E:CIA' L T Y, X*
this morning. There has been was WEI.I. .\ V(B.atNn ItOCICIIOKIXG acres or more. These lands arc located on I guarantee to.suit the taste of the 'most
no vomiting BnoolSTJIY.T\ WIIAKP fastidious A trial is all I ask.
during the day, and the (,lIelllata continue to MACHINERY.: and adjacent to the line of the epicure. .
19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. 3.) SIM COOKE.
be retained ; moreover, a teaspoonful) of beef
extract has twice been administered by the ATLANTIC, nULl AND WEST INDIA ---- .--.-
mouth and not rejected,and small quantities :
of water swallowed from time to time exciteno 5 in any part of the country} We mean it, TRANSIT CO.'S R. R., = IMPORTANT NOTICE! S

nausea. The wound continues to do and arc prepared to demonstrate the fact. -
well. At present his pulse U 11:. tempera They are operated' by either :Man: Horse or extending from FERNANDINA on the Atlantic -
ture 98.8, respiration 18. to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast, ...
Steam Power and bore
11 p. m-'l'o-day has been a much more very rapid. They thus affording to the producer cheap, con-
favorable one than yesterday, and a general range in size from THREE INCH TO 41 stant and rapid transportation to the best J. & T. KYDD'
feeling of reassurance has been gradually :FEET IN DIAMETER: and will bore to .
f gaining. The interest of Ihoday has! centered; markets. .'
upon the condition of the President's stomach The belt of country traversed by the Transit Are receiving immense additions to their already largo stock of,, oW

from time to time, and great encouragement ANY IIE: DEPTH R. It embraces
has been derived from the fact that the
SPRING SUMMER GOODS
nourishment taken naturally! the President l. AND
EVERY: VARIETY OF SOILto ,
has been retained
They will bore successfully and satisfactorily -
When it was!' decided to give the PresidentA
cooled infusion: of beef, Dr. Bliss informed I, in all kinds of Earth; Soft Sand and bo f found in the State, u largo proportion Men's and Youth's Clothing, '

him of the purpose,and he seemed perfectly Limestone, Bituminous 'Stone Coal, Slate, being peculiarly adapted to the culture ofSEuTlwPlc.L
willing to.take it. After the first quantity Hard Pan Gravel, Lava, Builders' Serpentine 'FROM LOW-PRICED TO ,FINE GOODS. .
taken the showed : FaulTs and Early Vegetables,
was patient signs of improvement and Rock and
his pulse becoming more firm Conglomerate guaran. and The Istrge, Compact liodles of Timber DRESS <;OOI>N-A full and complete stock, consisting orSUl\m1tSIL1, :
teed to make the best of Wells in ,
and regular, while it was considerably less very QuickSand make these lands worthy of CAREFUL EXliMlXATlOlf
ALL-AVOOL LACE BUNTINGS
frequent, being as low as 100 at one time They are light-running, simple in LAWNS, LINEN LAWNS, BAREGES and.GRENADINES

This improvement continued from 12:40: p. construction, easily operated, durable, and by maniffif; turerrt. .of...LUMIIKH \ :I, SWISSESTARLETANS, VICTORIA and PERSIAN.LAWNS nt low ItrJeH.nuru""H'I. .
when the first teaspoonful taken AND NAVAL STOUKS. .. Summer
m. was acknowledged as the: best and most practical NilkM-from Fifty Cents upwards S
until after 1:45: p. m., when the second was
administered. After taking the nourishment Machine extant. They are endorsed by some NEW SETTLERS Gents' Fine Furnishing1 Goods
the patient slept calmly on both occa of the highest State: Official- We contractfor a Specialty.Our .
sions. He awoke after the first without
expressing any annoyance from nap irritabilityor prospecting for Purchasing land from this company are1''furnished Improved Dollar Shirt is':' the best, unsurpassed in fit and quality,

the weak condition of his stomach, but with entire free Message on' the Transit Hlenchcd and Itrowii Cotton at Wholesale Prices. Fruit or Loom at

when he awoke the second time he: remarked COAL, GOLD) SILVER, COAL OIL, Railroad for family and personal effectsto 10 rent ; 10.1 Sheeting, 35 rciitN. .

to the surgeons that he tasted the AND ALL KINDS OF MI.NKIUIX.:: A of Standard ,
the station nearest the land purchased.! case splendid lriiitM" at O ceutN" per yard.
liquid. At this time he barely escaped be- '
ing nauseated, and the symptoms showed '* TITLE COMPLETE:, being derived by &3F Wo are Agents for EVLIN &fc CO., leading Clothiers of New York City..
1 Also for sinking Artesian Wells and Coal
\ that the stomach would not bear anything / grant from the United States and purchase Spring/ Samples' now ready; 200 styles: -sixty of them from #15' to #25 per Niilt.'
,' Shafts etc. We also furnish
Boilers
Engines, '
more to-dav. from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. Fit guaranteed. ; a
One of the nurses explained the situationby Wind-Mills, Hydraulic Rams,' Iorscl'owersBrick
jZSS-A visit to our establishment will convince you that, while we do not sell r
"I the President's
saying : sponged Machines .
Mining Tools, Portable : : : SOLICITED.Descriptive : '
throat quickly, and told him not to think of Hock Drills inferior Goods: ., wu are the Cheapest Dry Goods House from Maine to
his stomach and he would be all right. Forges, and Machlnery.ofull Mvrsand 1 .or"I...
UUCTLAIW; mailed onapplication.
This suggestion! it appears, was compliedwith klneb.7.J.OoJtl. acc
and the disturbance passed! : away and active Agents wanted in T.YDJ: : :> .
vomiting occurred. Dr. Bliss It was every CHAS. W. LEW1H: New York: Office, '
no says country in the world. tf N.I. Cur Ce ltrc und Third Sts.,
then determined that it would hu best not to Land Commissioner.OHlce 83 Walker Street i 17- | l"eruandina, Fla.w. .'
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Address
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give'any further nourishment by
except cor. Beach and Seventh Sts.
means of enemata for the present. -
WESTERS HACIIUERY SUPPLY DEPOT 10-tf
I ; The hope of the night is fouiukd upon the. A.
action of the patient's stomach and! as' it 511 Walnut Street, SAJSTBORN.o
II. PRESCOTTistyle
t the confidence of his J. \ .
i gains strength recovery ,
i I increases, and vice term. SAINT 1,0UlSlISSOUm:: U. S. A. t _. r
State in what Haw :
EXECUTIVE MANSION, August 18-8:30: a. Paper you this. .

p : m.The President has, passed a very comfortable Fit, ,
night, sleeping well the greater part
of the time. There lias been no further I .. ,
vomiting. and nutritive enemata are still re Comfort, 1.

tained. This morning his pulse I is slower, ; '

and his general condition is better than yesterday : : .' : : : : AND Z: WE HAVE'JUST RECEIVED ,:.- 'Z '
,
98.8 at the respiration same hour.17. Pulse 101, temperature t'y*..: ?:.:!: :/ii', : : : "; : ; : ,. ::: Durability. 4By.

12:30: p. m.-The President is suffering ;

some discomfort this morning from commencing .
inflammation of the right 'parotid' Thin "space reserved for .' Rail ; .
gland. In other respects his condition is Steamer and Sail, .

somewhat! improved.and especially his stoma .\. II. XOYEN O
ach is becoming I less intolerant. lie ha .
asked for and retained several portions of
liquid nourishment, much more than )lie Grocer mid Ship Chandler, ...-- m S '

could swallow yesterday Nutritive enemata Having A LARGE m :
largely IncreuNcd STOCK OF ,
continue: to be used' with-success. At present FERNANDINA FLA, my ,

his pulse is 10S, temperature93.4, respiration Block. of Foot'tveur. in both line,

18. and medium H : Z
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Dr Agnew left for Philadelphia on the t ts am enabled (

limited express He will probably return to. :, '::::._Si: ,, .'.r :,.> ., to place before my eiiNtomert .. ?.
morrow In order that Dr Hamilton may goto ., P' 1 I.,
New York on Haturdav. ,:S S :',r_ S ,:' : a lery large nNMortinetit' '' of
.
6:30 p. m.-Offlcul bulletin.-The President Hoots''' ..nd. Shoes' made by the ] .FUnNIT-Un [
bus done well during the day. He took CO I
additional nourishment bv the mouth this IIIOM"' competent and Mlcilledworkmen. GO

aternoolwith evident relish without subsequent The( Goods,
nausea. There la some rise of temperature were
but his general condition I U rather Money Sated IH hooey Made. IIPunCU.Sf purchased lor <:.%SH, and are ,

better than at this time yesterday. Pulse : YOUR ENGINES FROM only ----AND- ; ......;, ,
L exchanged for a
103, temperature 100, respiration 18. $lfJJ on u 10 Horse ; $iUO & the Mimecommodity. ', : a
EXECUTIVE MANSION, 10:30 p. m.-The on a 'M Horse, and I $3 morning bulletin was generally conceded at Engine. fiend for before 4:: GENERAL '
our prices !purchasing .. MERCHANDISE. :i
f." the Executive Mansion to be the most favor Engines, Jinn i Presses Haw and u pleasure after Meeiug, examining i' ;

able which has been issued since the Presi Grist Mills; Thresher, or any kind of Machinery and learning at what :
: dent relapsed. Dr. Agnew'a departure for We arc Manufacturers' Agents ,.. "
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is.,: .Philadelphia on the limited express provedto and guarantee satisfaction ality and extremely low prlccM these .t ," I/: ,: ". :_ ,
l be the signal for a decidedly better feeling i.rice. WALKER
"" .X in all quarter'! and convinced' many doubtful \o. 135 Meeting jtrwt, West: side, near I ,..". :"::.'- "'" ',' ,':'f'F', "#'.'>"> a ....4 .
< ont that the case was progressing satisfactorily. Charleston HotclJprharltittoii.H. C ;:.V My stock of UEVrijEMEVM s" "S '" '-b'';, ', .,
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} .:.:/' he did not consider his presence necessary, attention of those' desiring AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. .

i.,: as' everything was going; on as well as po<> fine <:ood.. ... 4 .'\""! ",,, .... ,
_im bible. This acknowledgment from the con. ',. .;.;. :." '. ,
'-. ..', <-&. suiting surgeon was looked upon as an extremely 1JS J'tf' Order left I', m> "' .........01. ."
: ..,t. ;}-, favorable indication, and all who OR ORDER FROM ,REc,4rf. will I : "
, ;: heard of it experienced l u rf'newt\lllJope) and receive. careful and promptatheist ,. .,. :

viewed< the situation as being undeniably ... : '
I l twfnty-f boom earlier. The j a- : J H. PRESCOTT, : :

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I MIDDLJ "' 'O----;; ;:; appearance to the paser-},y. .H has three I (aXI: n'I,. 11111iCT01t1': I BIKER COUNTY. ( Assessor nf! Taxes-Thomas ]Barco, Cotton

stories and a basement, with two wings. County Judge-It. I). Davis' Sanderson.Clerk Plant. '
United Slate OHieerN.MXI -P. J. Ions, Sanderson. Collector of RCI'el/lfc-'I''tl) N. Poy
THE BEST COUNTRY FOR ERVXTINO: COTTON MAN The drawing-rooms, parlors and
I t\'t; I VPACTORIK8,: -THE PLANTATION OF MR. COR- room are spacious! apartments!, and his library -IA.: Barnes, Gainesville.Receiver Terxrs-Oeorgc P. Cunova, San Superintendent( of Schools-11. C. Martin{ ,

'! NELtffl COYLE ANI JUDGE MC GUEE.I is well filled with choice hooks and i -John+ F. Rollins.: Gainesville.SurveynrGcncrnl derson.Collector. PortlcCo: .,',

To the Editor of the Mirror : literature.To / -\fl\lachl\ Martin! Tallaha f P.CI'Nlllc-Hit1um1 Kennedy, MONROE C-OUSTY.
; r Darbyville. County Jud'/c-Cliw, S. Baron, Key West.Or .
railroad the soil i ia ec. ;
of the !
I.: GRF.ENVILLK;, PLA., ,Augu t 1(5( 1831.Middle the north DIsTIUtT) COURT.Judge Superintendent' of Schools-\. ,1. "". Cobb, *-Peter 1'. Knight, Key West.

Florida offers great inducements mixed, good hammock and first-class )pine -Thomas :Settle: Jacksonville. Olustce. Sheriff George/ A. ]Demerritt, Key West.Assessor .

'1 for; manufacturing cotton. Cotton can bo laud Going cast, Madison county. h I tho .1ltl.IUlI-.J.; II. }Durkee) Jacksonville.CVrrA BRADFOND COUNTY. of Tares'-.Waller C. Maloney, Jr.,

'1 bought from first hands, the producer, without first! to grow profitably long or sea island -Philip Walter, Jacksonville. County .T/lluc-.T. It. Richard, Providence l Key Wc t.
I : f Collector of Revenue-Walter C. Maloney[
CV v*-Henry P. York, Lake Butler. t
commissions or cotton both long and short being grown, as IXTFRNAL: REVKNUK.: : :
:t expense of freights, ; Sheriff; \V. W. Tumblin, Starkc.Assessor Jr., l Key 11'est.Sopcrintcndetlof: .
;k waste from sampling or tearing of bales. suits the farmer, although there is more C5llertr-Dcnuis Eagan: Jacksonville.COLLECTORS of Ta.res-S. Wainwright, Lake / Schools-J. V. Harris, Key

t 1 Operatives can bo gotten cheap, and !supported short thAn sea island raised : OF CUSTOMS Butler. west
C'ltAKLKH: MlMMS.THE Collector of Rcirnuc/ -Bunberry Haynes, N\""H\U COUNTCauIIITwlgcHlntnn \ .
4 j: cheap In this bread and l meat producing John W. Howell, Pernandina.
: Jacksonville. Santa PC. .J. Baker, Pcrnandina. -
J-lwurllHol'kln
section, where all tll('art Icles of food can c'-
1'11,1,1 John 111011, St. Augustine.J. : Superintendent, of ,SclIJIf B. Rhodes! .
:; : be grown in great abundance on the !same I. M. Currie, (Cedar Key.Slate Starke. Clerk-J. A. Kdward.s: Pernandina.

; plantation with the cotton INTERNATIONAL: EI.KCTRICAL EXPOSITIONJU1K8 lIREVAIin COUNTY 81criff-1't'tr.'r (Cone, Fernandina.'k, x

; The :Messrs. :McDougal have now in successful :' SIMON'S AMENDMENT TO THE County Judge-James A. MeCrory, City nandina.Assessor of Tares Win. II. Garland, Per
OHIcerM.KXKCt'TtVK .
,I i I operation at Tallahassee!! a cotton factory COMPULSORY EDUCATION: RI t.L. DEPARTMENT. Point.Ulc.1-\. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Revenue Warren P. Scott, Per-

j running eight hundred and twenty To the Editor of the Mirror : Bloxham Assessor' of Tares' -Wallace H.Ioses, (:icurgianna nandina.Superintendent: .
(frn'rr'm n. \ Tallahasse.JJentcnauGnt'rrnor1Avingtot .
oplndlcs! that gives employment and support I'AHIS, FRANCE, July 28, 18S1. '\'. Bethel : of Schools W. A.1ahoIey: ,

to a number of hands! whose weekly Preparations for the International Electrical : Key West.Secretary Collector of 1:1I'C//lC-1-\1./ : i'latt, Lake Jes- Callahan. .
OH\NOKCOUNTY.County : .
I arc spent with the merchants and Exhibition to be opened in the Palais of Stutc-John L. Crawford, Tal sup, Orange County.Superintendent
wages
: I lahassee.Comptroller. (!( 1 r1W-\ Grady< La Judge! -R. L. Snmmerlin, Orlando.
property-owners in that city. The :Messrs.:, : dc 1'Industric on August 1, were commenced -W. I). Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. Clerk-J. 1'. Hughey, Orlando.

McDougal aro managing this business at'aI I immediately after the close of the Salon, and Tl'rmllrcr-Ih'nry A.1'EngleTallahassee.I CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff{ :': Thomas W. Shine Port Reid.

I t good profit on their investment The surplus arc now being actively carried on. Hun AU/'r/r-/clIernl-lIeorge/ ( 1'. Raney, Tat In- County, Judge-.L T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Tates-James: M. Owens, <'
.
Itch Fla.Collector
!' cash of other capitalists could be profit I hassee.Commissionerof. Park.
in erecting
dreds of workmen
engaged
are ; ; Lands-Hugh A. Corle)'. Clerk-O. A. Buddington<< Green Cove of Ue/'cllllc-Xnt. Poyntz, Orlando.
ably applied to their own benefit, and the the necessary stands, and already an enormous i Tallahassee." Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Becks.

1 r f i. general promotion of the wealth of the community lighthouse rears its head from the I Superintendent of 1'ulHc, hslrucliot-E.: K. .SVirny James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Port Rei.l..

f ff.'i in which a factory should be lo'll middle of an artificial basin, on which will Poster, Tallahassee.AdjutantGeneral Springs. PUTNAM COUNTY.
1 cated. -J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Tares-Wm. (onway, Kingsley. Judge of 1'rob"'e-n. Harrison, Palatka..
float a number of miniature craft propelledby Collector of Revenue""m. S. Plummer Clerk W. )P. Forward
1 ItUKClU OF DUll OI T 10 N. << Palatka.
i r 5: The crops of cotton in Leon, Jefferson electricity. The French railway com- (Commissioner A. Robinson, Tallahas :Maxville. Sheriff Thomas Shally.Assessor .

if ':l:' and Madison counties are looking fine, but panics will make an imposing show of telegraphic sec. Superintendent of Schools M. P. Geiger, -S. Timmons.: .

I" \s' ; the corn and potato crops will\ be short of apparatus. Half the building will Ulak-R. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. (, Il/I'ctl"f Il.'t'cllllc-.Josepll Price. '
\ Special Agents-Samuel Pal rhanks. Astor! Superintendent of Public Schools- J. \\'.
', the usual yield, on account of the drouth. exhibitors. The COLUMIlt\ COUNTY.Courly
be
foreign
occupied by
". Jacksonville D.I S.! l'laceVnldo.. Strickland.
Building ,
:
;
I :i; There is a practice with some land-owners most interesting feature of the undertaking Judge-W. :M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. TAYLOR
SUPREME: COCHT. Clerk John Vinzant Jr. lake COUNTY.
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City
I ',I of renting their lands to the freedmen, who will, doubtless, be the illumination of the Chief,Tu. tircE.. )[. Randall, Jacksonville. 81criff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. CountH Judge! -W. H. Parker, Perry.Sheriff .

I .' 'l+ work it year after year without recuperation, palace by night, when every known systemof Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas Assessor of 7xC,9-L.. \'l'I'8Lnkc City. : Thomas Osteen, Perry.
or returning to the soil food necessary for electric lighting Is to compete for suprem see. Collector/ of Tares-J. L. Parish; Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, l'erry.

t P ., ; succeeding crops, that would be very exhausting acy. A tramway, worked by electricity, will Jacksonville.Associate Justice-11.15. Van Valkenburgh, Lake Superintendent City. of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer,, Perry.Superintendent of Sl'Iwols-'f J. Franklin,

h i ,'j t to lands in other states. Those who run from the Place
; I manage their land different make it more re.f' of the Palais dc i'lndustric. CIRCUIT JUDGES. County Judge-William A.lcI.ean: Jacksonville / Slln'Cl/or-n. N. Cox, Perry .

', S. i munerative. The principal crop grown by Henri Rochefort is not at all embarrassed Collector of Revenue
I First 'jt'cuit-Angustus K. Maxwell Pen-
f'; the is cotton giving that almost Cit'rk-'fhomafol Jo.:. Buckman, Jacksonville. Assessor of Tates-S. H. Peacock, Perry..
(, ': i i negro crop! by the commutation of Jessie!' Helfmann'8death sacola. .
JOHN'S
'; .I their exclusive! time, to the injury and sentence although weeks the In- Second. Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallalaas- Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville! ST. I COUNTY.
{ ago .t.', t'Ss"r of 1kn''l-A. J. Prcvatt, Jackson County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus
'. ': partial cultivation of the corn crop, whose transigcant had informed the world that the see.Third; tine.<< *
Circuit E. J. Vann Madison.
: : ville.Collector
yellow leaves, slender stalk and diminutive unfortunate woman had been murdered by Fourth Circuit-James )[. Baker, Jackson of RI1'e/lltc-\loses. J. Brown, Clerk-Bartolo P. Olivcros, St. Augustine.
i1 and and weeds,gives the solution! Jacksonville Sheriff,/) Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine
': I. ; ear, grass her jailers. Now :M. Rochefort declares! in
.J ville.Fifth. SujierintcndciU/ of Schools-Albert J. -Russell Tares, ]David) I,. Dunham
S a.ssessorf St.
i l of cotton being ao cheap and corn so high hU: modest way, that her respite is simplydue Circuit-James n. Dawkins, Gaincs- Jacksonville. Augustine

: 1,1: Those who farm different, notwithstand not to the Czar, but to him. Krapot- ville.Sixth Ci.rllit-H. L. Mitchell'Tarnim: HAMILTON COUNTY.County Collator nf R'I'I'/IIIr.-.Toscllh P. Llambias,
I i'" ing the extreme drouth, will\ not have their kine the Nihilist told him St. Augustine.Superintendent.
Ii 1 )), so. Seventh CircuitV.. Archer Cocke, Sanford: .J/ldflc-Henry/ J. Stewart, Jasper.
)t field meal-house in the Northwest. of S"'wJI.C. 1,'. Pcrpall,
t corn or An unscrupuloiH': swindler, whose plan fICI'k-J. Caldwell, Japer .
St. tll1l'.
I t :jf. Among the good managers in Madison county consisted in working on the sympathies of C'ourl {'nlt'II< Assessor! of Tores-J. R. Hunter, Ancruin. '
is Mr. Cornelius Coylc, who has three \
; the French for the inhabitants of Alsace
4 '; poor FIRST CIRCUIT. !
'l Collector/ of Jl"l'l'IIUt--W. H. II. McLcod, Judge-Henry S.C'assidy, Leesbnrg,
plantations in successful operation, with an and Lorraine, has been captured by the Foil Term- Columbia County.Sujierlntcndcnt Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Lcesburg.

overseer on each, the hand going to work Paris police. This man: named ]lichenbrauncr : Santa ]Rosa, :Utl? 1 Monday[ in Octoher.Walton of Schools-Joshua ]h Roberts SJrriff-.J., S. 1 Dyches, I,cesburg.Assessor '

$i I with the blast of tho horn and working had list of benevolent 4th Monday( !in October. .\nel'u 111. l of Tares-(1. 1'. Wall '\'cLst'r.Collet"lQr .
If' ,\ procured a Holmes, :2d Wednesday<< alter -1th :Monday of R'I'cuuc-John W. Dyches,
i :' under the orders of the overseer. His corn, persons who habitually supported, atiau in October IIEUNANDO COUNTY. Lcesburg.Superintendent: .

I cotton and cane are looking clean and charities, and, armed with a forged letter ufrecommendation Washington, Monday: aftcr-llh Monday: [ County Judge! "'. L. Prierson, Brooks- of Sihools-A. C. Clarke,

I t f thrifty, promising good return for the core in October. ville. SulamterviIhel .
himself out collector
gave as! Jackson, :Monday: after ,Ith Monday[ in Clerk-J. C. Law, Brooksville.Mcriff .
l, 1"t' bestowed on it by the firm yet kind discipline [ for various funds.: By means: of this: October. J. Micklcr, Brooksville.Assessor SUWANEK' COUNTY.

f j'' r h exercised 1 by Mr. Coyle. system:, he had for some weeks realized about Escambia.: :\fomnin) December. of Tares-Prank K.Saxon, Brooks f'onnfy Judge M. ZlI, Blackburn, Live

1 i The lands about\ Moscley! Hall are mixed $20 but his reachedthe This act amended section: 2 of act of February ville. Oak.
\ daily, manoeuvres having 10, 1871), and does not change the Collector/ of I&Tcute-l', M. Townsend Clerk. -Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
f with large! bodies of hammock, interspersed cars of the authorities, he .was arrested Spring Term. i Brooksville.Superintendent. .....Je.iff-Juhn R. Sessions, Live Oak. .
) (' extensive tracts' of fill<<)'.pin6 .t land. Assessor Tares "". 1[.
i through' while\ on one of his nefarious fexpeditfons. TIIIUI: CIRCUIT. of SrwolsH.. Thrasher! of Sessions, Wcl-
In this neighborhood tho arc good, Port Dadc. born.
; crops This ingenious swindler was in the habit of Spring TermTavlor -
l and where well cultivated the corn is fair. 1st after 1st in JlIIL DOltol1GU COUNTY Collector of P.ct'me-Hohert F. Allison
hiring a cab by the day and leaving it in Tuesday Monday)( Live Oak.

i' Chulcotah is the plantation home Judge front of a house with two exits, thus cheating .\pril. County .JI/doc-H. L. Crane, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones,
Madison[ Monday: in April. Clerk-Win., C. Brown, Tampa.
John C. McGhee large body ofcrlch ham Live Oak.
.
the
driver of his fare.
Hamilton 4th : in
Monday April. Sheriff) ). Isaac) Craft, Tampa.
3 mock land stretching to tho north of the St. M. Jules Simon's important amendment Suwance, 1st Monday after1th :Monday Assessor of Taxes-S.:! K. Sparkman, Tampa. VOI.USIA:; COUNTY.

t ; Augustine! road His largo and elegant house to the compulsory education bill running as in April.' Collector/ of lCI'/lIlC-\V. P. Burin! Tampa. I I Count.ludue-JAllles I[. Chandler, Enter-
Columbia, Monday after 4th :Monday Superintendent Schools-W.P. Henderson prise.
i overlooks thgt highway, which in days follows : "Schoolmasters will teach pupils in April. of ClerkJohn'Dickinll, Enterprise.

gone by was the thoroughfare from East to their duties towards God and the country," Lafavette, Oth Tuesday! after Ith :Monday Tampa. JEFFERSON. SheriffV. A. Cone, Enterprise.

j Middle and West Florida. In East: Florida came on for discussion in the Senate to-day. in April. Assessor of Tares-John Anderson, Enter
County Judge-J. B. Christie, :Monticcllo.Sheriff prise.
j It is known as the Bellamy road, called after Full TermTaylor "
:M.Ribiero opened tho debate on behalf ='?. )J. Simkins, Monticcllo. Collector of fet'l'1l1le-Jolm B. Jordan De-
1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in ,
the contractor, who cut it out and! built it, thccommittcc by urging the Senate to maintain October. Clerk-"". C. Bird, :Monticello.! Land.

'j 0 )Ir. John Bellamy. When the road entered tho text as proposed by the committee, Madison, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-W. R. Taylor, Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,

Middle Florida took the name of St. Augustine In preference to the amendment introducedby Hamilton, 4th Monday: in October. Monticello.Co'tnty[ Enterprise.
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from Smvannce 1st Monday after 4th :Monday Treasurer! -" M. Girardeau, Mon \VAKUI.LA COUNTY.
whence it leads. ,
M. Jules Simon. M. Jules
1 Perry: took Inactive in tied in. .
October. County Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
From the balconies around this
extending part in the debate, opposing the motion Columbia, 3d Monday after 4th Monday Collector/ of Rt't'cwc-Josel'h' Palmer, Mon Sheriff W. II. Walker, Crawfordville.
i4 house tho view is fine looking over a broad on the ground of its incompleteness October ticello. Clerk-Nat. Walker, Crawfordville.
of The from the fUIi after 1th : Assessor of Tares-J. I'. Grantham, Wankeenuh. I ICrawfordvilJe.
expanse country approach and danger." The Minister of Public Instruction Lafayette, Tuesday Monday Superintendent of Schools' -W. T. Duval,
highway leads through broad avenues of in October. .
4 objected to the words "duties
towards FOURTH ciucriT. L\FAYETTE COUNTY. County TrelSUl'er'Vulkcr Craw-
I live oaks ,
to the which the
S up plateau on "
God, as being at once too positiveand Spring Tt'I'lII- Countif Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy. fordville.
t house !is situated, where tho eye is regaled too vague. M. JulcsSimon's text, he declared :St. John's:,!. 2il Tuesday in :March. Slu-ritf Thomas J. Walker, New Troy, Collector of Rn'clwcH.. Walker Craw-

1 with,a perfect wilderness of. rare flowers and would! naturally lead to the question, Clay, 4th Tuesday in March.Bradford Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.
shrubbery of native production and choice "What God ?" This 1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Rarnsey:! New Assessor of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds, Craw- w
of their
}I exotics from tropical climes, of which the argument Baker, :2d? Tuesday in April. Troy. fordville.
prime minister was too much for the Right; Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. I County TrClI.fllrcr-J. M. N. Peacock, New
} rich products of Mexico were made to yieldof G. I'. VERY,
who displayed great agitation, and a member Duval, 1st Tuesday in May. Tro)".
J their I beauty and novelty, arranged in artistic exclaimed, "Frenchmen have only one Fall Term- : Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New
:St. John's :2il Tuesday in September. Troy.
'j taste and order Here is the graceful God "
that of the Christians. The proposal, Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Assessor Tares A. S. New
t't 3 chaparral. Grown under the guidance of the of: Ackley, Troy.
.;' M. Ferry continued, would result in endless Bra'dford, 1St Tuesday in October. .
LEON: COUNTY.County AND BOARDING
hand of culture it presents a shrub unique confusion, and, quoting Lord Beaconstield, Baker, :2d? Tuesday in October. LIVERY auCARRIAGES STABLES.
and to look but in Nassau :3d: in October. JudieT. C. Und, Tallahassee.
pleasing its wild Tuesday
: upon ;
he said .
Ii that to allow schoolteachers to comment Sheriff)=A. Moscley, Tallahassee. AND WAGONSTo
Duval 1st Tuesday November.
native luxuriance in Mexico, is a terror to and from Steamers
on the Bible'would be to create an independent Clerk-0. \ Bryan, Tallahassee. and Trains.
the horseman who should attempt to breach and very powerful sacerdotal FIFTH CIRCUIT. Superintendent; of/1001-1 len ry N. Pelkel, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC. "
( or through it. Here, in numbers Spring Term- Tallahassee.!
pass great r
class. M. Jules Simon replied in clever Sumter, 3d I Monday in :March. TI't"lIl1frcr-.T. L. nl'mlllv Tallahassee. FOR RALE :
U the maguey plant, from which the (avor. speech, urging the Senate to insert his Marion, 4th Monday[ ill March. Collector of R'JIIW-C: C. Pearce, Talla HOUSES, BUGGIES, HARNESS,

Ito drink of the Mexicans is made ; as the amendment in the bill, in order that the Putnam: 3d Tuesday alter 4th Monday inarch. hassee. CARTS AND WAGONS.
bud begins to put out they cut it otf and a duties :\[ Aisesior of Tares-O. A. Croome, Tallahas- TEImS CASIL.-t1g
of children towards God should not Levy 4th Tuesday<< after 4th Monday in hee. ;It-OtUce: and Stable First Street, near
y bowl-lihapl'l1l'avhy is made in the of the
top be omitted Broom Street Wharf.
which might bo the case with March. LEVY COUNTY. 40-tf

f plant ; tho sap exudes into this bowl, and is the original text lie continued : In voting Alachua: 4th 1Gndayafter4th :Monday in County Jiulge-"". H. Sebring, Brotioon; .. -. --- .

dipped out as fast as tho bowl fills, yielding for my amendment I shall be accomplishing :March. Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Stoves and<< Tinware.
about a barrel of juice to the plant. It Fall Term- Sheriff/ S. Parker, Bronson.
U then put into vessels and cattle hides an act of profoundrespect and adoration Sumter, 1st :Monday in October. Assessor of 7 utll.oultppell: Bronson. W. P. NTHEETY
I towards the God whom I have proclaimed Marion( :3d: Monday in October. Collector of Ileivnuc, Ira Gore, Cedar ,
where it goes through fermentation, and at during fifty years of teaching, and I Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Key. Second Street, opposite the Post-Ofllce,

its proper stage is drank with the name fondness am happy to have this: opportunity. Those Levy, 4th Tuesday: in November. Superintendent vf .'X'1jKJlI-J. B. Mcnden-
Alachua, Monday: after 4th Tuesday in
that the German drinks his lager. The hall, Bronson.
who do not like to imitate me are free not November.

maguey plants that are growing at Judge to do so." The house then divided, and by SEVENTH CIR<"l'IT.Spring MADISON COUNTY.
McUhce's have been allowed to grow into TermOrange County Judge-II. M. Wither! >poon, Madi :
; a majority: thirteen votes adopted: JulesSimon's -
tall, flowering stalks adding to the beauty 4th Monday In January. son.Sheriff igiistfj;
,
amendment. The result
a I of the in S. M. Hankins, :Madison
of the Volusia, Monday February.Brevard.
Near is
grounds. tho
by
cri scuppernong voting created much sensation on account 1st Monday in March. Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison :
vinery and the vines filled with this excellent of the ardor with which the amendment had Dado, 31 Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools-* K.: S. Tyner. J. '
gra\, and in the his Madison.
( garden are Smyrnallg been Fall Term-
trees, loaded with delicious fruit. The opposed by the government. Orange 2d Monday<< in August. County Tt't.il.9url'r-S. S. Smith, :Madison ,

Judge had a very pretty orange chard, but ",' I.SMYA.\ Volu in. Monday in September.Iirevarl.4th !ison.Collector vf Rt'l"c-I. II. Warring, Mad >

the past severe winter killed the trees down 1Y FEMALE: INSTITUTE, ) :2d! :Monday Monday in November.in September.Rule i .Is'es3ol of Taxes-1\. D. "'t\&worth. Mad j \ ,. ,.

,. to the ro t.l. They are now putting out new STAUNTON. VIItGIXIA. ison. .
:k, xprouU. The orango tree is of uncertain Opens September :20th. ISSl. Ono tf the I MAXATiE IX1UNTY.County .
age County OHIrerN. !
FIRST SCHOOLS YOUNU L\ua JudgeMR Crawford Manatee.
this fog ix TUB
in of Florida
: i part depending on the severity UNITED .:: UT:8.: Surroundings: beautiful. .\Z.\\'IIl' OH'NTY. Clerk lloU'rt S. Gritutu Manatee 'I

of the winters, although at Mr.Coyle'tt. Climate unsurpassed, Pupils from seven- (-'ulm'fiwf.c<< -Juniiis C'. Gardner, (;ah1l'lI"lIIe. Sheriff .\. Watson., Pine Level. I
: ten miles to the north, the orange teen States. > Assessor of Tajces-ti. J. Tyler, Bradentown STOVES HE.\TEIIS
; I trees were only partially Injured Much depends TERMS: ( AMONG THE BF.ST IN THE ('ter/-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.! Collector i f 1:11'f/mt-3Iarlon G. Carlton RANGERS. ru

the location UNION. Board Washing En.ilis.hJNmn.e; Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville..U / 1'olash. TIN AND SHEET-IKON: WARE, A' t I
on whether there are l.atinl-'rench[ (nt'rlllanluhtrulIIl'lIta'' Music, .. lakes, pools or swamps near. Water seems etc., for Scholastic Year, from September to Hawthorne. line Ixvel.! ROOFING AND GUTTERING, a

; to bo a great protection to them. JudgeMcGhee's June $;?:ti. For Catalogues( write to i.Wcctor i ; 1:1W: I. A. UAIiltlS. D. D., ''*'lit'll, Jtulyt---Kimui-l ... Marshal c.
residence 1 Is built in the Elizabethan lV-aa.! A (large steak!, uf Stuvw on }hand.) Give
President, SiiprriuletuleHt s.:1"JOIIX.. ,Cheats i'ktk Robert BulliK-k me S
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tye! and \cnts a 3.1 ','. j a call, anti compare with of
rr jir very imposing Suunton, Virginia. Gaincille. .>\1 l'iJJII. Crutchtu-M lk la. my I'rit"l'i: those Jr
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E'.nlCI11XG nxu LAXHS. IloH'll"l' dall<, matter into pine-land soil ; the point engaging our attention at present 1880. '. .. 1aS1.

i is great danger of not ha\ing I' The problem which people are now most dcsirousof '. ,,,, "'1 ,

SHOWING HOW THEY M,\\. HE: KI.IT': ff TO A enough in it. con! oqucnty! the pine-land I having solved is, ,. .
TUB 8TATK OF nUTII.ITWITIIOl'T farmer should be supplying it In some way, HOW TO KF.tr\'l'rI1'iF.I\SII:4: "' \. : '
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KECOUKSK TO ANY OK TIIK: SOCAM.F1) at every opportunity.\ so that they shall not only beself-su.slainirig ; :: : <, ; \;,

: HINCIiKS.: UMK within thenm-lves, but shall also afford a t, ,
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Some months ago it was nnnntinml that is anotherelemcnt in which oursoilsare usually margin ot'lroflt) sufilcicnt/ ItIJ.in'lIh.llI to i : "

in the course of the present: season we would seriously I deficient. They do not need it so their owner und his family.\ In our cflbrt to ,,:: ..: .: :: ,, ;" : : "1:: \. >'f .' ,oj
publish an article setting forth how our pine much as an element of plant food as they doas I solve this problem we will suppose: !that an .. -" ... ', '. 1 ,. '. "l.'i.f.. ., ..... .., .
land might bo kept np to a f.iir state of fertility a mechanical agent to aid in the rapid I industrious man has: just immigrated\ to our : : .
without recourse to any of the socallcil decomposition vegetable matter. There pine region and possessed: himself! of, s.iv :.t>: '< ,>: :>" : ::/\tr: :;: .
manures. The nnn01I11l'llI'nt aroused is 1Ilurulllillle enough for most crops to, forty acres of hunt. To save time we will ." ( .: .'"
no small 'degree of interest and caused us! to make out upon, and here it cannot be sup supiNise: that his possession has upon it the .' I ',. [ I... ,
receive many letters, some of the writers expressing plied \egetable matter applied to the soil usual little pinccountry improvements consisting .
a strong desire to see the article at should be first heaped and thoroughly rotted of a few acres of cleared. land: with
as early a day as possible, and p.imo expressing else a large quantity of it in a raw or the necessary cabins etc. MIRROR
doubts as to mir ability to do what partially: \\' htate may cause the crop to Our "new-comer" what could be consistently FLORIDA
had been proposed. T.ic; )promised article !, lire-fang" or burn ou't during the hot and termed ::1I/l'xlrl'lIIcl'poor man. He
would have appeared) ere this but for the dry weather of :-turner.. Along the coast, owns u'horse; which is his only live Mock,
fact that we were waiting for the results of where shells are abundant, this: lime dellciency also a cart, a plough, and I'rllbahltlOl1lo
certain experiments that were still i under may be easily; supplied by burning other .simple I implements of I the h husband
wu\'. AllIs now settled to our entire satisfaction shells ami applying the lime. Shell lime is man. With these he is aiming to make ft
and the present: being as: good u greatly superior to rock lime for applying to living for his family oft" his few nonproductive
time in which to make the publication as sojls. acres of pine land. His neighbors; tell
any likely to be )presentede shall now Tilt: COMMKItmt: PiUTII.t/KKS: : him it i is nlll folly unless! he has money.toevpend -

proceed to have our say, prefacing it with do well on our l' 'lIl' lands as n general rule, in the pun-hate of fertilizers, w Inch he .1 .
the assurance that there is nothing in the provided we ba\e added a sufficient quantity 1 has not. Dv close rubbing he may: have :' .., .
way of mere thl'oryalluut the matter-it i isthe" of humus, but without this they will enough to procure his food !supplies through -STE! :_ lYJ'J I: "I,
outgrowth of our own practical experience not make much of a crop. Cotton !seed meal the season: but not dollar the expenditure ;
and personal observations extending: is one of the fertilizers in common use.: and of which could be risked for any other purpose. "w1
back over twelve years of pine land culture it will make most crops grow splendidly It'the Looking IIr01l11l11l11l0n.t; his neighbors ;j .
in the county of Mobile[ and state of .Ala other condition just named is not want to see how they manage/ to live, he notices :';. .
bama. ing. Few people realise this great need of the excellent results coming from the application ;,
As our article will be read by many who humus :ami hence go on blindly raising fair of farm-yard manure, or rather from .
arc unacquainted} with the natural charm'ter crops by applying large quantities of com "cowpenning.1 If ho had rattle he! would
of the soils under consideration, it may bo mercial'fertificrs I double the quantity l actually be "all\IlIlt up," but he has not, neither has:
well ,to .devote at the outset a few lines tooneiiy reotiired for the crop, perhaps.) In he the means of procuring them. Dut why
uescriuing tins extra application they are; growing their are cattle so useful: I as I fertili/.iiig i agents ? --1- -
Tim tioCTHLKN TIM" I.AXDI. own humus with expensive fertilizers, when What particular elements do cat tie, of them
Upon them, with many deciduous tree- they might as well have picked up in the selvesVontiibute to the soil ? They contributenothing. -
growths, grow several species .Southern:; or surrounding woods or have made it by They nre' sillllI.\' the collectors
turpentine-yielding pine, the predominating turning under a fallow.! You may take a of fertilizing elements\ : -nothing i more.
spceie.s being that of the long-leaf pine perfectly dl'\nllllll entirely exhausted piece And where do they collect, and what In
known to botanists as Piling/ AuflrnH*. The .,pine 1:111111111 give it cotton seed meal at the woods-every place where vegetation is
pine lands of the countries up North are extremely the rate of two thousand pounds to the acre, seen to grow', ami they collect a certain character
poor, a circumstance which 1\IIIIIhc first year it will not bring you much of ,plants, such as) our "new-comer"
naturally leads Northern people to look very of crop.. There will be more ol the plants sees grow ing all over the uncleared! portion
with misgivings/ upon the l'illl'lanl'4 of the under the ground than there i is:'! above, for of his forty acres. Years ago a larger portion Q ;g
lower South ; but our pine' lands I differ ma the land is making an cIT'ort to supply itself I of the pines had been cut awuy and
terially from Northern .pine lands. That with humus. Ne.xt year you will get a fair converted into lumber for some foreign market \
they are not lands of first-class fertility, naturally crop with less meal for the dcc.ompo.sc-d and in their place a thick growth of o
we arc ready to admit, still they roots of the preceding crop will have young oaks and hickories and. persimmons
compare favorably with many lands in other brought to the soil at least a portion of the bad sprung up. He saw his Jll'i hhllrs' cat-
regions that are seldom mmh complained lof vegetable matter needed. If a liberal blip- lie feeding upon the young and tender leafy SII 'i
on account of poverty. They are eminently ply of decomposed pineal raw or other non- sprouts of these, and it suggested:; an idea-
better than the landmaking! up the noted 1i.'rlili7.int'l'gl'llltioll/ had been worked into they were simply maklngu collection for the
gardening: and fruit districts of New Jersey, the soil prior to applying the cotton seed neighbors': truck'patches.. Was it not possible .
as about Vincland for instance, which contribute meal one thousand pounds would have for a man to collect as) well as a. cow?
so largely towards supplying the demands shown far better results than were trained by. 11'Ai/not ? -

of New York citv for fruits and vege applying the ton. Upon this thought he acted. With his cart I I --- ''''''"fi ''-." .. ,.,., .......:.."'..,...- I I-
tables of the various Kinds producible in Among other commercial fertili/ers used and horse he repaired to the woods, and, ; '
that particular latilude.i on our pine lands the phosphates have usually aided by a pair of pruning shears, he had .
Our nine lands consist, usuallv: of a dark, given pood returns and where one is:: soon filled his:: cart with leafy and Micculent
., sandy loam, resting at the depth of about not particular to have the crop use up all sprouts of the oak, the hickory, and other
one foot upon a clay loam, which, in turn, the food in its year of application, nothing! deciduous growths. It was not much of n
at depth of from three to four feet, rests is superior to an abundant supply of ground job to collect a cart-load and in throw it .
bone or raw bone meal. Cotton seed hull upon a pile in a corner of his field. lie
kept .
upon u stratum of strong red clay mixed :,
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more or less with sand. These clayey sub ashes has worked its way into considerable nt his work, and the pile rapidly grew to Immense .. ....................... ,- ,. ,,..,,,. '. .
popularity with us as a'fertilizcr and it is and and .&;;;>>'-"" '-"" 'j.. t ,
soils proportions, bcinggrccu
are looked upon us being of great advantage succulent '.' \':. ..:,':-,' \!,\: ;
to the agriculturist, holding, a.s they undoubtedly good, making up the soil's de the materials soon heated, and underwent ';: .I :, ,",1 I::';I'v: ;,,',; .1i'" ';''
do, his fertilizers to the !surface, always ficiency in potash, and, to some extent, sup a thorough decomposition, giving him I ,1.. .'; .. ", ,. I 'l },,;.; !; ," J.,;! 'j
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elements.FARMYARD of > \ '
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supply good 'i '
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easy reach: of his plants. In some of farm-yard manure : 1. .! )h''jo',,
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the lower situations ," so far us related! to <' I'. .. .. ,. .. ... ;. .'(.tJ ti!h '. .w'U: i : ,.'
-_.. ,., .. these. clay. ullller-. -Iraia MANURE.Dy properties, as was 'j' ', ; ,.r Ii...,""',. ,:.:.'....."J.JAq.;;
arc wanlllg, 111 WHICH I..ISC! ll 13 MlllU 1IOIII this the ever spread unonany niece of"noortmie land.
the surface down to an unknown depth. cattle, hogs we, sheep mean, and droppings the ikl'. This of horses never, In truth, it was really a better manure than .,', i: '' \X'T\ :,\ ;',1" ;,.:,.: :: ':

The sand in such situations: is usually white fails ; a bountiful supply of it invariably that gathered 1thl' cattle, owing to the .. I >(
on the !surface, but an inch under finds it brings bountiful crops:: on every character of fact that all its elements I ivvere there, none
mixed with a black: (organic) matter which our cultivable pine lands. It gives the soils having gone to supply that want in the animal '
gives the land a much greater degree of fertility everything they need, including humus economy, which had prompted the cow ;
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than an inexperienced person would hence plenty of farm-yard manure is )plenty making her collection. PRINTING HOUSE
be likely to suppose it I'o !'csscd. These: of everything with us. The only trouble Tho ',problem was bolvcd. Our "new
white lands are considered: our worst lands, that we experience in the premises lies in comer found that he was able to make his ,
but we have found them only worse so far our inability. procure the needed supply own farm-yard manure, independent of the
as they arc less capable of holding fertilising of farm-yard manure. If we have plenty of block power usually employed and, having .
agents to the surface, being, consequently, stock and; will give them plenty to cat, they a will to work, he made it. At the proper
more easily exhausted by culture.Dy will make the manure for us, of (course but time lie Mircad it over bis land, ploughed it
aiding our pine lands with what, In where are their supplies: to come from ? Ofl in, and planted his crop In planting his '.
tho'uld Eastern States would be considered your enriched land, says: one. That might Irish potatoes he opened a deep furrow ami ","' ,
1 a very moderate quantity of fertilizing elements seem all well enough in theory, but it would filled it with freshly-cut grern and succulent: Y'. ..',
T' wo arc enabled to grow upon them not work out to meeting of both ends, in branches from his oak woods., Upon these l h." ..,.,' "Ji- ; ...
good crops of almost anything we sec proper practice. It would be too much like perpetual ho dropped his )potatoes, after which he Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, '" ; .:;. ,,:,.
to plan motion, or an effort to lift one's self threw ridge; over (hem in the usual way. .'
An average specimen of wild surface soil stairs h)' the toes of one's boots. It is impossible up-- When the time for )putting out his!' sweet-po .' f.
taken from our pine uplands: and put to to prevent a watte in some tatoes hud arrived, he had his ridges all + .
analysis, shows about the following results, hence each year must find the farm receiving: way, ready, filled with green matter on the same '.. ; 't I .
According to Professor E.: W. Ililgard, formerly less in return than it gave out, and, as a plan. His-neighbors WNl' ',IIIZl'lt at the result '. '
of Mississippi, but now of California. consequence, running gradually down. We -large crops of both [Irish and sweet- ,. .' : .
Depth of soil nine in 'll's. potatoes on lands without ..' ': -' 'I. ,' "
< Thoroughly i must be after making good the deficiency. It poor either cow- : ; j '. : .
dried it consisted of I II'otnsh may be done by helling crops or stock mill penning or commercial fcitilizers, wns 'omethingbo .j '' '",\1'. ',.' .' ,

............................................. 0.200 buying fertilisers or it may be done to I unreasonable! that they could wircely ; '
Soda ............... ......... ........ ............... O.lXW extent by cultivating and turningunder some air- credit their own sense of Mght. FERNANDINA :.d'Mf;:

Lime ....................................... ......... 0.131 feeding crop!' How done makes no difference And so it went from year to year. On (he . '_,, ... ; FLORIDA.
Magnesia ........................ ............... 0.11'12' provided it can be done with land of our "new-comer" was: ft sandy '- : .!. \{'" ,' .
profit : '
Drown Oxide of Manganese............... 0.140 when Mich i i.s the case, the question isMttledas :' ; ridge covered with saw-palmetto.. Dy some ., ," : .:.::.>;" .,. ;
Peroxide of Iron................................ 1.j2: i to the success of pine-land farming on means he learned this wus among; lie most '. : ,; '
Alumina I i ........................................... 2.358' large scale. In days past most of our pine-a rich of our potash plants sn ho hauled it to .,'j., "
Phosphoric: Acid.............................. 0.033: land farmers deluded UKJII| their stock for his grounds by the tOil It did not rot so ,
Sulphuric Acid................................ 0.021: their success, but the time when their old quickly as did his oak and his hickory, but, .
Organic matter and loss.................... 2.IKH: : methods can be conveniently curried out is having things now in good condition! he ._.. '---- -. -_ -. ,
Insoluble nutter............................-.. SW.352 rapidly passing away. They sent their stuck could nflbrd/ to wait on its slow motions. ," ,
A specimen of sub-soil taken from twelve into the wild range to gather their own food, There was no giving out of supplies. Trim
inches beneath the surface at the same spot, and such as came home at night left the result ming the brunches from his:: tree-growths '. ,i .
gave the following showing : of their labors to enrich the lands: of only made them limb out more thickly and ., ;> .
Potash ..... ........ .................#.......... 0.41 their owners. It was like bees gathering present a larger surface to work upon. The! ::., '.
Soda ................................................ O.OiJOLime. ( honey-they went forth every day gathering advantages which they presented due to the "
._.................. ........................... 0.075 the fertilizing elements! indigenous to the trimming, were astonishing ; they almost )Having added KKW 'I"'I.INJ> WKW
Magnesia.......................................... O.Sl'.l wtMxls and bringing them back: as valuable seemed to realize (hat they were vieldiri" 11 I'UILSSILS to our'office. ,, undhaying.
Drown Oxide of Manganese............... 0.142 stores in the evening. This was called 1 valuable crop! and that it wan no longer/ BKHLKI)> WOUKMK.V ; :
Peroxide of Iron............................... 4.14S ('OWI'NSISIJ. pointed 1 that they should ('oll\'crt themselves up- who know how to O t'JIO IlUr J(". we.are now. .V"-
Al u nIl lIa .......................................... 8.87!* Into lrl'clI. .. ::<' '> "'
Phosphoric Acid............................... 0.023 The stock were mainly cattle, which/ were There was no swamp on the lands of our prepared to do any and every kind of printing, 1''''.
Sulphuric Acid.......................,........ 0.020: penned at night within certain enclosure "new-colIl'ri"; had this been otherwise he '. ,',< .I>, ,
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Organic matter and loss: .................... 2110 until the owner deemed the land rich enough might have used it to advantage, by ndxin" "
Insoluble matter................................84.02S: for n ricllltl/rull"lrI'IJSS| then he mo veil bis swamp muck into bis (compost, and by willcring /! .
iu order that his
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These tables, while they do not fehovv tlio while be might enrich another swamp growths for his heap. Jneluding
best lands in the world, show land that ing the acre site of the was::! breaking and plant : long mews. all| of which ro\\'tllIl\vollld have
could be considered the )preceding; lot. Crops been found decidedly rich in
not. by any means, raised on this plan were often ments fertilizing ('Ie- .
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reall'cleligllt lie
worst.: Taken In from the wild ttate they fill to look at, and there might: have collected pirn-straw!
was had be
usually !produce some kind* of crops for two where tho'III' and the land received never a failure ter of Ills needed it for humus; but the charac w .
or tiiret* vears reasonably well without aid, attention. No finer proper fertilizers left no such necessity in
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but after"that a fair return must! be made to (croj of sugar-cane, existence ; and ho might! Iiavecollected pine FROM A
corn. jMitatoes, turnips, pumpkins melons cones had 500-PAGE'BOOK TO
them else they will no longer pass muster and even cotton ever than, i contaiii they Ix-en convenient, for they A VISITING CARD
'as productive. Aside from the chemical ( grew we have a larger KT cent, of p<,tah (ban any -- ,
rCtllentlyleell growing under ftner : .
I'rolcr) manaCIUt'nt H Mithrn growth known C"" : .
agents in which the foregoing table Ilu'eShowlI perhaps. .
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/ MIAMI tit be rnmnflrilth C'lV deficient. cowix-niiing foregoing may r'llIllikl'lI11 imaginary .'.,... .\ .
IIf their needs usually from the fa IIt'r. IIktl'Ie. Illlfr. II.,.,> ">./,".:,._ ......I... .,*. f,* ........,1.. I'l .1 .. .' .,5. .. .. ..>
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one greatest luWl'cnnlllg is Kill. practiced tocon&idera-! thing will work" "* "" > *** 111..1110 .',.' .. '." ..t. '1.c ) .., :, .,;'I(:.. >. t-, -:.', '
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start time.
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very II able extent in many !localities along 0111'l'oa4t. solves the l.r"IJl'JII.-JItJ.iI.) Kratirr.iATiTN .. It" """ .1 ,,

I or decom| osed vegetable IICUC8 matter, to prc\cut longer, but, a-s it a matter cannot of be course.niado (profitable Our lands much are -, --. -..----.. .-, --- ;\ ;' ,;: : :; ;:; '" ', 7' /" b" :? : ; '
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packing." Persons not acquainted with becoming: too thickly bottled to admit of it. obtained iurnewInvvnUonsor ; : : ? ::3 ; : :
, sandy.soils, would! beoj>t to think them incapable a* so much stock will eventually have eaten for improvcmcntx( in old! "r : .
i of packing and becoming hard under out the range to such an extent to one*. Caveats. Infringements Trade-Murks! ,; JVeatlj, autl iali Clip u,. uuy Ollh-c In
as: have: lllill nil : .,Florid .
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i culture, but packing In dry weather, especially rendered their sustenance Iui|>OHsible on the tu. IlUtent 'IJlIl'lhH'M promptly attendediMMP '.. < .. < ,
f over the clay sub-soils, makes up old )plan. Then a cfllllgeIIU"t.. conic-the IX"J'S''IOX-J' T1IT "AVK: JIKKX:.: ; \ '., .
one of their worst feature Dut it I lf not farmer must fall uj>oti *HUC plan to make <'/ltCiI U may btill, In mobt cases, tit patUSt .. ... .. .. .. ,,t
'- hard to prevent : an abundant supply of almost lilj own lands self-BU aHng, bic 'he will by IM"B "I'l"*"" I'1' U- H. Pat- ,
any kind of vegetable matter t>eU them no longer have a uoufljpl number of ifllJJlilen? ;':B t't l I" 1'ATKXT DUHI- ,. :' ,: .A ,
and leaves them "mellow acres :" KXCLUHIVKLY: ,...,...' ", I"IIW :\''<:'' .. .
right a-s as anashheap" not his own to bw we ran wx-uro patentf "
constantly raking in )bi.s "
iii: l(*" time '. J( '' ,.. .. : ;
through all In than those who 1.\-" .
seasons. apply ...
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as were. We as.ert that thi ore remote. .. J '1i' "
from ) .. ..
it would of \\"ulthlllgtUII, : 'J... -
ing vegetable matter course, be change can t be made easily enough, and : .. 1-'T' .j;. ; ''\\I {" '-.t\i. ''
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our When .
beat to make use of something qualified to assertion ii ba!ed niiou what we tuuie, and In ven tors ftnd model or itUtcb, ., ...,. I, .hh11J .; .-:';{;," 't'i4J'=\ .
also the needed we make search in t'-e Patent ; ;,.! "t:' ..
supply fertilizing elements, not merely lat Ofllce, and : : ,. .
but in where this cannot be 111"11W we think. Of courso advie Wi to iu .''''-.s. ., .. .,!; .. .. :t"
done then b. ;
case it would be an <-a.-y matter t<> make our lutentabiWvrrA other charactered nutter: fchotild be used lands Corrl'lll.almcc'1\'c vnntSdeiilU ft.", HIJ.., *
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self-kustainlng, uud ; reason- '. ; : h.f .
even highly '- '
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such a pine straw, the various pineyvwoodtgnis.se c mid we always get M market jorour profitable. ,,:Me x'r; IS ulIll SO (:U.\WH: ('Sl.I-J: 1>>.\1'. .I--. .. .,' .,:* ,, : ." "
and broom hedge. These will make prudiuU. mrr.\Jxl'U.: ... 1I" .
at good figure* like ,
as mechanical agents to prevent "pack- the JM: : .land regions New, Jersey they gt in \\e refer byrmi| iuii to th (.'11... |I'.t. ,.r.11o,, send your orden. for, PI 11 NTNO.'" IUNDiN l47u ':
already <
Ing as any other fepocie*of vegetation, and alluded maatc'r, flll'llu! lh* :"Jfriutendent; 'f, uiffiva: toIde
but
to. uch u thing i is nut to be ( tl n i. '" ......
they will add vmiethiay to the fertility of the l>ected. 1 throughout the 8mtheru pine coun. tx-:. IWHlffliv Money Order HirM.ni in Wahington. I- the8t, .Onler, for either; ':111| | revive 'II' "
'{,I soil, many opinions to the contrary notwith try at prex-m. tin dexirable a state of: af. Jur IIII| tial r tl.r''U'lcinular.: : wr. pruuipt attrition from A;'
standing. experience tells us that there lair* will probably c mc in timp. me, UriiiM-ti-,, wit!r,1of! .. .. '

U little danger of getting too much'... decom along our great railroad line*, but that wpwially U not .,-., Opp.pjUciu***. .\. 8.VCM' & CO.. PY..OU'Il).( n nluh .

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THE FLORIDA MIRRORS : The Atlanta Cotton Exposition. of this road, I is projected to run from Live I 3IAU1XK.ltit r----------Private School.: :..

-----------...-- -- ------_-.-...-----.- -...-- ----- I To the Editor: of the Mirror: and Oak Charlotte Fla., southward harbor 200 to miles.Branson, Tampa \i Mrs H. E. Alexander will open a permanent .
::.OV A I'KAtli tljno'tvh SIX MOXTltf It is n well known fact that the "Atlanta i of rcrnamltna.HIGH lrimt08chool in the Baptist church on ;

._ ., __.- _' _ee_ _.._.__._ .. -- -- -- -- Cotton Exposition; \ ," which was, at the outset SOUTH Fl.OItW.unuow OAUOE.I) i I the 10th of May, and solicits generous .1 1I
This road, which i is completed, from the Ii WATER. share of public patronage. Terms liberal. I ':
ItrJIcctlonH. intended only to exhibit I our cotton St. Johns river Sanford Saturday 20.1:2') 4:50; \ I between the hours
l la., to Orlando, Aug. : A. M. : r. M. I Apply at the school room ,
''i; \ interest its cult tire, fibre, seed, manufactures twenty-five miles south is to be extended to Sunday, 21...... 1):18"): 5:45: of 8 a. m. and 1 p. III. ..

Tho weather since last Sunday has been products<< etc, has grown Into what Lake Tohopkaliz.1, thence to Bartow and :Monday, 22..... UOG": H:30": FF.IIS III'i.\: ;May F, 1881-3m. 1

t' oool and pleasant: be termed World's Fair." Themanagers Tampa' bay, giving direct communication Tuesday. 23: ..... 0:50: 7:11Wednesday. : ------ ,
may well a between St. Johns ..... j.II'! "
will river and the Gulf. The << 2t 1:32": : '
,,- Miss! Jeannie Morrison re-open.her have, from t time i to t time, :added! Hamilton Disston) : syndicate! has agreed to Thursday: 2.1..... 8:10: h ::21" I'oiSale.. f''

school on t the 1st ofSeptember.! department after another, until almost give land for six miles on each side of the I:!I i Friday, '..10'.v...... o."'41"( n.oo": I A Family Carriage, in perfect running order.

:.:. Time Tcmpleton Star Alliance will open every conceivable thing that Is useful, ornamental proposed road I, Scats four. Has been but little used I I, i
the in Savannah next month I I II Apply to W. B. C. DCKYEE. .
season or curious will (find a place in the HOME somiF.RX.A I .\Run'J-tI.: ____ ___ 1
Hon. J. Wcstcott, Jr., Associate Justice! immense: halls of that Exposition hill, called the Cole charter, has: pawed I i Aug. 14-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, I I H

'f;; of the Supreme Court of Florida\ is at the All sections of our own country have become the lower house of the Georgia legislature, I I Savannah Public School :foUce.I -
Strath to authorize the construction of a road from ir-yeh. Elwood: Doran, Warrington, I The public schools of Nassau county will I'I'I. t the
more. Interested, and I many foreign nations I'onie: ) (la., southward' to the Floridalinc in Philadelphia. ) opened on the first ;Monday in September.
The Mirror is Indebted to Hon. 11. II. ;\f. will avail! themselves of this: grand opportunity the direction of St. Marks! with branches to "-:Sch.; Mary Queen of Scots, Iingc- I. All teachers! desiring positions In these :

;'. I I Davidson for a copy of the Report of the exhibiting their wares. It i N a maiden Atlanta t Macon f Columbus and I Brunswick tier Boston.Sch. schools are requested to 1'IHlln their applications

;l, a! Smithsonian Institute for 1879. South to show what she Ga. The bill authorizes consolidation with "-: Earl II, Potter, Kent New to t the county superintendent as earlyas ,t
effort of the new other roads: in (Georgia, Tennessee and to meet\ the board .
H. II or Florida York. possible, examining ,i
Marcy
J. 0. and wife
Marry, Esq., can do. The managers rely upon the Southern so as to make a continuous line from Chattanooga 17-S. S. Western( Texas, lilacs New in school room No. 1, Fernandina, at nine
stud wife, and Mrs. ,1. C. ;Marcy, Jr.. of Jackson I people, native and adopted, to make the Tonn., to St. Marks: Fla. This is! York. o(.lock a. in., on Tuesday, the 27th of August

vi lie, are stopping at the Strathmorc. Exposition; worthy of the fame it has already part of Colonel Cole's great scheme. "-S. 1' City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald or at Callahan on the following !Saturday. :;

?' Secretary Maine, through ;Minister! White it of I'oiit'or.ATf...\ TI('. : Savannah W. A. MAIIONEY
acquired and to make worthy "
of Schools.
the relatives of Baron This road,I -Sch. Kate "'cntworth, Cox, Boston. Superintendent ';
tit Berlin bus invited from Pensacola to the Chattaboochee
'
the continuous throng visitors that it is 18-:;. I*. City Point, Creaser, Charles P.U'i."III'i.Augllst: : 5, 1881.-It.
river KK( ) miles has
; Centennial fairly ottcnIIn.l'r
Yorktown
,'Stcubcn to attend the
Will Florida} do !her ton .
expected will attend << and contracts have been ----
taken
Chief Justice Jackson, of Georgia is mentioned way l'J-S. 1'. City of Bridgeton Fitzgerald,
;
If that railroad for the first ,
part ? It is not enough a : twenty-five miles from each terminus. 'or Itcnt.
Savarialn.DEi. .
4 by the newspapers as a candidate for i .
company here and there, or an i isolated A desirable residence on Seventh street, z
j the caused the death of Justice The railroad from this city to St.' .
( vacancy by Augustine \RTE(
creditable
make Centre. to
(\ county, or individual even n << near Apply
:39 miles is in of
construction :
I Clifford. is process Aug. 13-Sch. Wm. TI. Jones Falkcnburg JOUN HEDGES, j
1 exhibit. What we want one granddisplay and a strong 'force i# now employed. The ,
!
The called 35-tf! Railroad Office.
.' immigration convention, by of all our manifold product Let work I is expected to be finished this winter. New York. "

f'l, :;[ the Bureau of Immigration, will meet in us place side by side our cereals: and fruitsof The road will be a narrow gauge. "-5. 1'. City Savannah.of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald ------- h

+ the Circuit Court ut Jacksonville on Hero in unlit shell are shown the long Notice to Tax-layers.
f' room
"
the northern and central parts of the State that Florida 1C Sch. Earl H. Potter, Kern New
i the 21th inst. steps' taking towards future I am now ready to receive tax returns for .
j, and the tropical products\ of the southernthe grandeur and Van York. )
prosperity.( Hip Winkle the present year. Blank returns will be fur. .
t i The schooner JI; IT. Jonc, which was pear and the cocoauut, the peach and has aroused from his! slumbers} refreshed 18 S. S.York.Western Texas, Hines, New nished my office over G. Stark's store, corner

r' I i beached below Heed's mill on Thursday last, banana the!strawberry' and pineapple. Let us and rejuvenated.Union.List __ I 19-". P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, of Centre and Second WM.streets.H. OAKLAND.FEKXAXDINA .

.r was hauled off, on Saturday no leak being exhibit great quantities of our finest oranges of Letters Savannah. March 10 1881-tf
: : -
j f r discovered In her hull. She sailed for Nevi "-S. P. City Point, Creaser, Charles
j of the
and represent the magnitude orange llemaining in the I'ost>> -Ofilceat Fcrnandina _. .. .
ton. -- -- -- ------ --
i York yesterday. Interest ; let us exhibit large masses of our Nassau: county, Fla., Aug. 18, 1881. Persons New ..i(11'crtlseIIIcnts.' .

t/ i; Ben. Bird, the colored man convicted of lime and building rock as proof of the calling for these letters must say advertised IN I'ORT. ---- u

the murder of Policeman Nelson, at the abundance with which large areas of our : Muse Brown Samuel Bark Sabinc' 843 tons. Foil SAM :
I Bark Ks-tclla, 507( tons. .E
I time of the riot at Alsop it; Clark's mill, in State arc supplied. Our timber exhibit may Burke, Hannah Cony: man, Louisa Brig Eva N. Johnson, Doane 248 tons. J)8mABI.t-) ; HOUSE: CONTAINING

{ r Jacksonville, on the 25th of June, last year, easily be made to surpass, in quality and variety Drew, JamesJohnsonJacob Edwards, Latmorc I British brig Sclulatto, George, 178 tons. 11... five Yard rooms with Lemon Closets: and front Banana Piazza,

I was (executed In the Duval county jailyardon that of any other state With all Glovcyer\ Willcrmincr Sch. A. & E. Hooper, 322 tons. Trees.large Centrally, Orange located. Good title etc.
Kceth. ;Mattie Ingraham, Capt. D. P.Mickcns Sch. Hattie G. Dixon, Sawyer, 528 tons. ,
I Friday. of last week. these and the curious!, useful and<< beautiful ;MacKey, Lula I. T. Sch. S. C. Evans, Sylvanus, 281 tons. For. further particulars, inquire at this

!10. Mr. I). 8. Place, traveling agent of the Bureau habitants of the sea, wccan make our exhibit :MooreHenry Mattox Henry Sch. Normandy, Adams :513 tons. ot1\\('(. 4-tf

; of Immigration, has gone to Atlanta, tot the most instructive, attractive and profitable Mossess Jas.:I. O'Ncil. Timothy Sch. El wood Doran Warrington, 235 tons. ----- ---- .
Price, GreenParland Parker Nelson Sch. Mary Queen of Scots, Langelier, 109!! F'OR'SALE' :,
of that will be there. lint an exhibit
1 look Into the arrangements for the Exposi any Mary( Thompson J. W. tons.

s r tion. He will lay his)" ideas of how Florida will cost money time and labor and Smith, Abble Sooken, Fannie Sch. Kate Wentworth, Cox, 078 tons.MEMOKAMH. Oil EXCHANGE: ( ; for improved city property

will best be represented ot the Exposition; to be made under the auspices of the State it Williams, Jessie Wilkerson, Thomas i ------ ,

must have mend The Governor has Weeks, Laura Weeks Nancic 80 ACHES: OF GOOD. HIGH:
l before the convention to be held at Jacksonville a << appointed I .
1IF.1.JFon VOSTAOE:
.1 1- t: on the 21th. a commission, and the commissioners Thos. Wharton, Charleston, S.C. I Passengers from Fernandina for New York HUMMOCK: : LAND,
.j have called convention to incut at Jacksonville per steamship( Western Terns, August 19 : T.
V a this Island fifteen under
Istx'L'T. }{ P.M.Argret [. on acres cultivation.
Thirty gallons of whisky, four gallons of WIIEI.I. ; .
A. Hugcs N. L. Gano wife and three children.
,
: \.
.
the 21th inst.. to devise waysand For information apply to
: i gin, eight gallons of port wine, four gallons on ; 1) L. 1Ioytlln,1, wife, Mrs. I I. (1. Hood,
F. (0. l'iuJtmm
I Jlangc of Thermometer
means to make the exhibit. Let each and, Mrs.( II. E.: Combs, Chas. J. Molder Madam:\ I ,
'r I I send to that FOR THE WEEK: ENDIXO: YUIII.Ynit'.r W.JlOItUy'8 C. rU 'lIl'1s. From Jacksonvillefor
y1 every county delegates convention Baptistc I _.
of seized in this -- --- ---- ----
gallons gin, city on February : DRUG STORE.e Mrs.
and something can be done New York : ;M. D. Halsey Seymour

,i 10, 18S1 by special agents of the internal D. S. I'r.\I'.:. -- --- --.-- .: ..: .: ..: Camp Mrs. J. C. Lester, L. H. Armstrong\ $1 000 IUlt).

'. f revenue department ire advertised! by Collector -- --- I. = ",11\11 and<<1 wife\ Miss Mary O'Hara, T. J. Cochran ..
Eugan; to be sold at Jacksonville on I JacksoncllleuousNe'e"' .'[ ,'(' Healthy I. >:'1 -: ''" I Mrs. Longson and three children Miss Longson My son, J. J. D1CK1SON: Ju.. was murdered

I' Rumors sickness! in Jacksonville Cedar :: ::. LSaturday D. Gum fries!, Usef (lumfries, E.: B. by u mob in the town of Leesburg, ,
the 2t)1: ) hllt. Key and Key West, of a grave type of fever, -- -- Comb, A. (v. Corp, O.f 1.. Hohb:4: lic1,. L.Mariner. Saunter County, Florida on lire morning of ;
!: ............... I 82 89.! fO 87 tilt. i h
S Captain Thomas. Ellis of the bark .tia- have been rife for the past week: While we the 15th of July last. I will pay a reward
Sunday .......... ...... 7M S3 R:3 f!:! N'Monday. :. I
Cargo steamship Western Tern from Fcrnandina of ONE THOUSAND DOLLAH3 for the r
him do not give credence: to these reports, it is
now lying at Bfoome street wharf dieta 711 82 RI: tit XI':. I
a suddenly in his cabin Wednesday morning well to remember that there is more danger 'I'ncsday ............... 80. 83: 85 f4i N I':. I for New York August 19 : 397 bar.rels arrest of the murderers, with proof to convict I:
rosin 130 barrels 107 cedar them.
from the unexpected source than troutwhere \Yl'tllIC'I\1av............ 82 81 ;) IH N I':. I spirits, cases .
'
'
a last it is supposed of heart disease. The yellow fever i is known to exist anal 'I'hursday..f: : 81 8.1 I fiG 1'1 ( ': I 7 eases cigars, 1 bale cotton 43 packages J. J. DICKISON. :I'

t 1 hotly, encased a metallic coflln by Undertaker therefore it is well to be on the alert.7':wjiu Frllla .................... 1'3 87 87 &li 1 I'-m.. I sundries 1 bale skins. August: 13. 2m /
Tribiuir Clli.iVe .
r Henderson escorted Amelia ,
tf was by cannot: speak\ for Cedar Key and Key
'a Lod o F, it A. M. to the steamship \Vetlern West but wo can for Jacksonville, and! we NOTICE. t

Texas, and will bo forwarded! 1 to .i i is lato speak\ from tho records and the statements

ut it home at Brooklyn, New York. of our city physicians\ when we say that '
Jacksonville is as free from any typo) of dangerous
lk A race took place on the beach on Tuesday sickness as any town in tho :State. rpHE COMMISSION):;:;\ t OF LAND.S AND J IMMIGRATION, IN I with the .le"essorand Collector of Revenue to examine said' certificates .:

p 1 last for a purse made up in this city and There is not the least bit of foundation for J. pursuance of an Act of the Legislature; entitled, "\n Act to I of sale, on the FIRST WEDNESDAY: IN SEITEMBEH,' .j

$100 stake : dNtanco half H mile. the statement that "a grave type of fever" enable persons whose: lands were sold for taxes ai'l>l'tolsell11rlor to the A. D, 1831 ; and if upon said examination they shall find that the ';-
money exists her('. All we know of hero is two year 1877 to redeem the same," having returned the Certificates! taxes assessed\ igainst' any such lands shall have been paid for the ': '
Three horses! ran. Mr. Jones, of Callahan, cases of typhoid and one of malarial fever, Sale of lands sold for taxes! U SCSI'IIIII'ior: to the year 1877, which years 1877. 1878(, 1879 and 1880, or !shall then be so }paid to the Collector .. i

i ('IJt'rclllpray; stallion\ ;McMurray it; Brit. either of which is: as likely to occur anywhere \\purchased\ by the State: I 1 of Revenue, for said years, then the certificate of sale shall be t: ,

I tai(, of Jacksonville entered their bay stallion else as in Jacksonville.\ A weekly It is ordered that notice bo given through the t'lcrkof this Board, I returned to the owner or otherwise disposed: of as the law directs. ;,
Picnic and sorrel and monthly statement of the healthfulness and by advertising:; the came in the Florida Mirmr for thirtdav14, The following arc the numbers of the certificates and names of ; ,j
Mainsail. Mainsail ;
I mare of this city" as well as the city sexton's mortuary to t the owner or agent of said land, that this Board will meet, together I owners!, to-wit: .
,, won the race in three straight beats. report, is: published in this journal,

; ,The event drew quite a largoconcourseof our and if any serious sickness exists:: ut Key
'people to the beach. 11'tstorCedar Key it U unknown to n.s.Union. : .- Sale of '."" 1871. : Sales of January, 1876-Continued.
i ; No. I No.Certaficate. No.Certificate.. No.
t To Whom Assessed Certihcnl To WIolII.11I.1.l. To Whom As..essed. Certificate. To Whom Assessed. _
The --- .
\i \I'l' application of Judge Birdseyc, of dnttcau'n Attempt at Suicide.WAMIIIMITON 00......G J I) Clarke 159: .....E B Hall m ....John W Riley I 120.:! .....Daniel Woods
New York and E. M. Cheney, Esq.) of Jacksonville 81......Estate Joseph: Wilson 100( ...... (!il......Josiah Sikes 127......I).mir1 PWilkerson: rJ h
I I attorneys for Littlcficld( Sherwin : August: 17.-A report waycurrent 91......Jane Harvey Braddock 101..... b.I..DtOlrll-\vkrs\ I I 129......F I) Whiting it: Co '
I (I. : and the Jacksonville, Pensacola it Mobile hero this morning that Guitcau had !>12..I A Lewis lr.2. II 04......George W Sykcs 134.: .....Owner unknown ;If
\ attempted\ to kill one of tho guards at the 93: ....Stephen Drummond lR3"'Abe: Hihbard 05......William N Starling 135....., 1
Railroad
1 Company" made before Justice jail but it was stated at police !headquarters H..J! J Edmundson -.1H7..JohnlrI: >I'rmott fi..A B & J L Sweeney 1315.( ..... ,. '

; f' Woods, of the United States Supreme Court that the report was without foundation. It :95......Jos Crews, agent 108...... 97......Owner unknown 137..J H Williams .! I

', ut Gloucester, Mass., on the Oth inst., for a is learned however that tho report was !90......Toney Edwards 109..... ." 98 J ..... to 1l8..Pllull.neii:

j tpeclal term of tho United States Court, to C.true.)McJill At an early of hour the this morning, as W. 9S......George Henry 170...... 101...... to.. I 139.: .....Charles Alherti! : .
one
guardpassed: Guiteau's 101.,...Elizabeth Hughes 171..4 105.John Sykes 142.......Hapgarth Williams ,.: '-i
r reopen tho order confirming tho sale to the ( (cell he noticed something wrong,andentered 172.. ... li 100.......Owner I
103: ..,...J A McIntosh : .. unknown 143....,.George llobinson.James j jl+
Dutch bondholders, has been denied. C. I). the cell ; he found a knife in luitear's ; 111......Joseph: Haddock, Sr.: 173: ..... 107 ..... .. 141...... McKindree.John j *: .

Willard, 1'S'1': lion Wuyno MacVeagh and possession' and demanded it, but Gui- 112:!......Plenty Jackson 175......Willhun Phelan 108...... II 145...... B Lewis "_
team refused to give it up. McGill drew a 113..J 1V Lawton 170..... 118...... II OJ J.l6..Mos's E
Henry H. Jackson, Esq.: opposed( the mo pistol and a struggle ensued llIlh'nu made 111......It L Howe 179)......B C ParkerIt..Daniel 119...... 147...,..Tbomas: HadVlocK.Clemant Len"I.:r;.

tion.A. desperate effort to secure the pistol andsucceeded Bikes ISO......Owner unknown.. 120...... II.. 149,'..,.. :S Bowen \. :

Washington dispatch says : "Supervising :: in getting it away from McGill. 117 ....John Sakes: 181..... 121.....* i" to 151..Ow uer unknown ;
After a severe struggle Metill! regained possession ...... II 122......Marv L :
118......George Sikes 18::! Bryce 155...,.. ;
.,
Inspector :Mort of steam vessels reports oI'tho pistol\: which being diselrargel 120: ......George W Lykes 183...... .. 123......Jas t P Taliaferro\ agent 150...,? II.. '"- ;J
: that during the 'fiscal year of 1880-81! there during the scuttle brought other guards to 12:1.\: J Walker'Ifr I 1gi/ ...... 121.....,.W II Thompson 157...,.. II .. .

i were 208 Jives lost of passengers and crews his EXKTUTIVK assistance, and Guiteau was disarmed. (!......John Cor veil 180...... 12')......William Wingate I

upon merchant stl'UIII4cls of the United : of M.uslUs.n IIot 17.-Major 157......Sarah\ Field1.V 190.... Noah Waters ..
Brock tho ;\It.trl
\ ''olltalll'olirl'.rl'e *(......1;: B Hall 191......LN Morgan Salon of March "' "'
1N78. c I '
titates from explosions, fires, collisions, snags just came to the Executive Mansion:! "* was ,
and accidental summoned by the telephone moment ago Sales! of January, 1M75. .
shipwrecks drown logs and 41.Estate Edwin Hoyt 1..D Svkes '
and was informed by the policeman whom 121......R L Howe I IM. ,
miscellaneous causes. Among those lost 49......EBHall 42..: .....Owner unknown 75..0V( t-h'kf'S '.
by he had dispatched to the jail to ascertain ......Mary Gomez 123..Daniel Sikes ..13...... .. .. "
I 70.....,J Williams.. '
shipwreck are included the victims of tho what truth there was in the rumor concerning 81......Henry Benjamin 124......George W Sikes ..I..... .. II ""......n H Higxinbothum\

disaster of the steamships ('itvof VtnCrus Guiteuu's attempt to assassinate a 82.....Jane Harvey Braddock 12.).,....Wilham M Marling I ...').,.... .. 1. <"......I) JIi rillhotham: "
and the guard that the guard was standing immediately .. Bowen l6..A:! B it Jno L Sweeney .16. :
!, City of .t1pella-12iJ persons. Compared M.: ,. .Clemant y .... 79......1 H Hall
with the previous there has been outside of the door of the cell, when be 84.......Nancy A Bowen 127: .......Edward; Taylor I 47...... ,. 80......Goo Johnson, agent
ai year noticed that the prisoner was acting in a I 1'!.').....Mary Louiza Bryce 128......J C Walker 48...... "' 81.......\ Johnson
Increase of eighty-three in the number of strange and unusual manner ; as he (the Nl..., ...John Buford 131..J Williams 49...... II .82..Benjamin

lives I lost." .. guard; ) thought was trying: to hang himself. 87......Simon Chaers 133......William Cone I 50....,. .. 83......Lord Jonas Johnson I
-i 1 ji I The guard opened the door and upon entering 91.,....Abraham Colson 134....,Willis fusion 51...... .. 84:.....I'In1Jackson l
.ircter.To .I the cell Guiteau seized him and a !.t..U J F Clark 135......David B Hi] ?illhot1ulln 52...... .. 85......Tulbot little #

the Editor / the Mirror:, scuttle ensued l, during which tho guard drew 03..,....Jos Crews, agent 130......Jason Ryan. S3.: ..... 80.....M rs J II Lockett '
his pistol in self-defence. and it was acci 137......LP Tracy 54...... If 1
Weather very cool-74, 80 and 70-and 94......J J Edmundson ".....Mrs Mary: J Morgan.
.4 ,: dentally discharged. Hearing the report of 99..,....I A Higginbothainhes 139..0wOt..r unknown.. 55...... ;1 88.....,J A Mclntosh .
windy;; very suggestive the autumn. the pistol another of the guards .. > .
"Y rushed to 101..I-lizal: U. ...... 50...... 8'J..1I Mattair
4 Cotton looking; well ; some caterpillar In the scene and separated the men There 104......FC& Higginbotham 152..*... U 57...... It .11 90....J McKindree( -t

place, but not enough to do damage yet. was no damage done by the discharge of the 100......Estate Harvey Jones 155.....W J Wilson 58...... .. 91.....Willis Norton ,

One of most weapon 107..ItufuschingMrsliisg, 150.....Watson Baker e 5:1.: ...., to" 92.......Primus $ F
our
citizens
prominent .
.
was TruftteV 157.....Henry Clay M...... 6 113..1VIn >
bUfied'to-llar. when we Interred the remainsof .1EII'JUILIl0.1PS I.Y IrLOR1II.ATLANTIC > 10S...,,...\ & J I/iften 159.Godfrey Kecbler 61...". .......' M Starling

Samuel T. Fleming. The death was very 109......Plenty Jackson 105.....Thomas Phelan 6')...... $.......r.' putting: agent
'sudden GULP A WEST: IXDIi:! Tit\:O.tT. 110...... Jordan 101..J Eli: Giveg 63...... ,)
,from congestive_ fever. Benjamin u. JJJ!1 .....Mrs Louisa I'rine
The Waldo branch is completed from 112.....John B Ix wi-s 103..8.\ Wilson .r. kH..Mrs N A Bowen ......J 8 ,
Archer Braddock
.The folks away visiting' friends in Waldo. Fla., to OcakL forty-right miles and 113......W F Lawton 194.....Thomas Wilson ......Alden Spear ft*...... I'
f the North : Mrs. Lipsey, Mrs. Dr. Neal, and the contract retuiirents! completion to Sum- 115.......Willis Norton litt...A William Sweuringvr (It)......(J H Bowen !99......John-J1" Taliaferro, agent

.Dir and )Irs". Jas. Skinner. AH reached terville thirty-five miles further south bv 111i..J:1l.bon PhilUl 190.Phintas N Wilds 67.,.....A Cannon 100 ....A Buir Anthony 4

their destinations safely. All write of the Christmas From thence It ii to bo extended 1 117.......George Henry 08......G J F Clark }l.?.....A Higginliotliam' .
rui
I Brooksviile to 'J'lunl'il..J''UO'ILU' | 09......Jas BezzantRobert .
<*. ;
,. hot weather In Nebraska etc., and that they T.u.r."E Sales or January, IH7 .)...... DavisJ : 102.Gerge Henry
\ W i>T. 103..l'harlt'll .
miss our cool breezes. The 2.....James Bczzant 4S:......\n<1n'w Hipginbotham 71...... J Edmundson WI..J J Knb ..
Tampa, Peace: Creek A:: St. Johns River Bufonl 1 49.....B L HijrginlKithaJii 72..I., HughesJ I II Mooney
DK; Neal has been appointed tlp\'CiaI81"tut .Railway Company has been a..Joph O I IlL.Jllhn k
: tier this reorganized un. 4.......Xanl'HWl'n 52.r..lU'iijamin JonlanA3 73...... SykesDone iXl.lVilliani( '
of theEntomological Commission to investigate name and it baa several: of t Jaikwn Wingate
corps h.J! N M .\ t' eWr I : ......Plenty ,
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the 'cotton worm, especially to seek engineers in the field\ surveying a line to t'......Jos rrews :M......Tolb tTt Little
Tampa The J't""tls to be ofutandardgaugt' -43.: ....J I' M..J A Mclntosh( by order of the Board, this 27th "
J EdmundsonII
should be <
antidote
for If any found theMirror and, it I is said, will be soon1IImt'nwt.. : day of JIII\.:'. 18S1.
Moore(
45...... Givenhuunt 50-; ,...BC
rbt. Informed ofro ulUs.
jnrjl| > SAVANNAH FLORID* W ESTKHX.: 40I ......l.:1iZ31K.th: lug liesIligglut.othatu 57.......Henry Mattair JAWS 1lilr1-'IX. t.'I1.1irm"
;i;Ar, Auu" 1., lss1 ,Ntt.uTARis. A new road, which H to be an extension *.......\U-x -&.,......IVter R',w,- .\ttl..IJ l J, ;A. }: WU"'t (1 'rJ.;. '.
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