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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: September 3, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
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.
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General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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"r STATE SEWS.Alachuti.' ant work will be carried on is concerned, the I sing an interior position sumo thirty miles) under Governor; Heed's: administration )rr.1 ready set out, which is the largest number

if projector, )Ir. J. (L Walter, having planted I from the coast, which, )protects t it from the lP.. ('hail'l'lit: one time member of the i yet planted by any one individual Mr. l:.

.,:' his foundation pillars last week. This news I force and bleakness of the wlmls !sonu'tinnesexlericnced Legislature; from Leon county, and quite O. I"icko and Judge Locke have about tenthousand

The Itegister and Receiver of the United( will, doubtless be hailed by the community ) immediately on the coast: especially )popular in the community, has of late led n Llcutcnant-Govcrnor! Bethel and

States Land Office( this city, have prepared a with a great degree of satisfaction, and byway I in the inter season. The bay allbrds: very retired II life.i -Kconomitt.i Mr. (1. 11. Patterson are also having cxtcn-

circular of instructions to commissioners to of encouragement we would !ay to Mr. I great abundance and variety of fish and us: Now that I the construction: of the now hotel live groves planted, and there are others to

be appointed each county requiring one, Walter that the popular idea that such an II III fine oysters: us are to he fOl\ntloll the roast, has been commenced, it has become n tear from.Key of the Guff

to take testimony in cases of contested preemption institution will excite )prejudice, and therefore besides presenting! as tine u sheet of water matter of frequent inquiry on the part of The report comes to us that one or two

and homestead entries and final: I be surrounded by danger, i is popular for boating and sailing as could.1 l he desired t those who have not kept pace with the enterprise Spanish smacks arc in tho habit of l fishingon !'

proof. This will be a great convenience to fallacy. A steam laundry i i'll\t need which by tho"e fond of aquatic spdrlFor (those from its inception' what !sort of n the Florida coast: to the detriment and

the large number of settlers, on United 1'e.nsacolu: has long felt, and we venture the fond of exciting adventure, the catching of looking building it will Ire.1 brief description : injury of our own fishermen. Tho Antonio

:States: lands, and a great saving of time, labor prediction that the undertaking will not tarpon, whipparecs, devil) t fish suid sharks in of it l'rimthe plans and specifications ins several times been seen catching fi!h,

and expense to all concerned. The instructions only prove remunerative+ us: it should, but the lower bay: oilers the rarest Kind of spurt will, therefore, bo of interest to many readers 'and for days together she lies in Anclote

are so full and clearly stated that create no ill-\\ill l whatever.l\-n, ir
(iU any one of business experience ran accurately r may be enjoyed for a very long season. wood. with brick pier foundation\ ( In the ready to run out and fish at any time. We
llcrnnndo Mention of two sulphur springs within a refer to this and
perform the duties of commissioner.WALDO : shape of a IT, occupying three sides of a ask; closer surveillance
AND FAIRU,VNKS.-The former place: The way Hcrnando keeps Hush with few miles: of Tampa) should not(. be omitted. hollow square. Its front on k'arttrC'ct! over boats carrying the! Spanish flag upon

;' situated at the point of departure: of the money is this : From January to warm weather The largest of these is between lour I\lHlli\'o (or :200-foot street, us it is sometimes! culled), our coast.:' Spain places every restriction

i Peninsular llailroad to Ocala, and of the she amphibiates in the swamp) cutting miles from town, on the north bank; of the will be 1271& feet, and. on Monroe street 122:!: possible upon American fishermen trading

Lake Santa Fc canal to Melrose, will give and selling cedar plants crops) and ships Ilillsborough: r'r.. It i U some thirty feet feet, while the west front, on Adams street' with Cuban ports, and if our smacks, in addition -

proof of its business capacity and importance vegetables north. In the summer she stampedes wide, boiling up from the cavernous depthsin will be M feet. Its! elevation on all three of to this, have no protection from foreign -

during the progress of the! trade season. her cattle to Cuba, pulls fodder and ; the subterranean rocks with considerableforce these fronts. will he three stories, about 13: boats fishing in these waters, their
cats watermelons. When the cattle stain and empties into the river through a business will
Building improvements have steadily progressed feet in height from the ground on McCarty soon play out.-Key \Yest Dem
pedc subsides she gathers her and run of over one hundred yards in length. It ocrat. :
and others are in contemplation. It crop street, and over 60 feet at the fl'aron tho opposite .
is a centre for cotton ginning, cigar manufacturing starts the fish boom to booming ; and when is bordered with high banks, and i is susceptible side. There will be a twelve-foot pf-{ ,Putnam.

fruit and vegetable growing. lIr.Entcnza that blows ofT she ships oranges and sells of !being made not'only a very beautiful uzza on the south and east fronts, extendingto Tho steamer Osccola, of Hart's Ocklawalm

> the cigar manufacturer, has demonstrated her cotton, and gets ready for Christmas. So but as fine a bathing[ place: us any similar the roof, but having only two floors, at Line, was launched last Saturday. This

the practicability of raising a line there is an inllux of money nearly the year springs in the :State.::; Another strong sulphur the first and second stories. The general uppcarance steamer has been on the ways for some time

quality of tobacco from Cuba seed Other round.-A: visit to White Mound Spring, spring, but of much ,less: capacity, is of tho from dimensions and has,been put in complete order, and she
building
judging
gentlemen of enterprise, but retiring habits, better known as Wicawacheo Spring, on about six miles east of Tampa, on what is as given in the architect's plans will be ready ,next winter to accommodate

push whatever they take hold of to comple Wednesday last, gave us pleasure. The known as Six Mile creek.k llolh of these and elevation, will bo hund.somo and the traveling, public. Colonel l Hart never

tied without noise. Fairbanks, on the West spring is an exquisitely:\ lovely specimen of springs) are accessible by both land and imposing. The main very entrance will be on does things behalves( ; ,when ho has steam-

India Transit Railroad, a neighboring place, natures enchanting freaks. The water is water; and there is not much doubt but Monroultl'cct er to repair ho makes it'complcte.-Mr.: R.
/ about the middle of the
I of which the indefatigable Charles!! D. Fur- clear and pure, and the extraordinary depthof that at no distant day, as Tampa grows and block, and the, ladies'! entrance will be .on K.: Van Alstlno.is,having forty acres cleared

man is the father, is a place of health and the bowl of the spring gives it n light the country "settles up, they will he fixed up the IcC'urttreet of the 100 tract he recently purchased at
side.
In front of the
t industry, for which it is especially stilted.r blue color. All objects under the water appear and become! utilized for bathing purposes.In latter the street will bo divided! along the' JMue 1'ond. On theso! (forty acres, just\ ns

Cut up into small farms, it affords places of to the eye in prismatic colors,, novel the matter of health Tumpn cannot .be whole front of the block into, three soon as the land is property prepared, will

I resilience and grounds ample, for fruit and and. pleasing.! The spring: and the run are surpassed by any city or town in the South, tions sec-. bo planted out 2,000 orange trees. This cx-
I ; first a sixty-foot street next the hotel
vegetable cultivation, in which the whole alive with fish, which arc as visible to the in all seasons of the year We refer with tensivo grove is only the forerunner of many
then small
a of and trees
park
} population are'cngagcd. It promises to add eye almost as if they were floating in air. confidence to every medical man of t the grass other valuable places that will springip
eighty feet wide and tho side
1 .f considerably to its numbers before the year To the lover of the beautiful in nature no place, as well as to a number lit'melli'liJ officers on opposite and beautify tho goodly lands in the western
another
sixty-foot street.
!r closes.-Advocate. description would convey an idea of its of the army who have been !stationedat Tlrisarraugemiient portion of our county now lying waste.-
will add greatly to the of the
loveliness. Go and see it, and you will behold Fort Brooke at some time in their service, appearance Vnlatla/ Jferald.
JIvadfordad pt lace,. The ;grand stairway will 1 bo in the
as charming a spot:!) of water as can be to confirm our assertion of 1'111I1'1being peculiarly Sumter
# That Bradford county soil is peculiarly eastern! wing of the building, at the rear of
found in Florida. It is of unknown depth. exempt from all grades of malarial
w1lllal'tc.l to orange culture can be proven the main hall upon which tho main entrance Sumter county continues to improve very
At a recent sounding the line descended ocr fevers. As for yellow fever,' tin're has been section
I in many ways. The fact that we have a opens, which i is 20x10, opening into rapidly Every is improving eo rapidly
ninety feet without touching bottom lion.W. for the last ten the '
none Tampa
great number of trees in different sections years, us handsomeestibtilo containing the office. t that, after, an absence of a few months
H. Hastings has''erected warehouseand result of internal and external
of the county bearing at the ages of sevenor u proper hygienic On the right of the main entrance, opening only, one loses sight of the old land-tnarks.
wharf there, and i is now runninga heavy measures and there I Is no reason why
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eight years, is conclusive proof. Mr, J.M ). from the vestibule, i.s! a short hall leading to The forest trees are being cleared away for
grocery store. lie sells goods cheap and as it should ever in 1 the place' except'
reappear the
Johns, of this city, has a great number the billiard-roont\, which extends! entirely profitable cultivation of fruits, vegetables
rapidly as ho can have them shipped) to from disregard of internal (Jounliness and and field
J of trees between seven.t andj-ight! years old north end of the east wing and l crops In pll1lof the log huts
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him. The of efficient
navigation AVicawuchco the neglect ofustringenUU k l :
r24x40u
now bearing large, juicy oranges. On the quar ]Jl't Wl'n the billiard-room handsqmo residences lire being reared, showing -
nin
river is no longer problematical It has been antine. That Fort Drooku tll\fl\lllllo\ made
lot where we reside,belonging to Mr. Johns, time main entrance fronting tho street is that h''wealth of tho county'is rapidly
done, is being done and will bo done.Crescent. .- a resort during the summer fur the troops a
trees seven years old can now be seen bearing reading-room 10x21. Immediately (increasing: and she will soon bo one of the
JJ/'uukJsL' stationed at Key: West, as i is the case now, i is opposikarc
richest in tho
State.
large, heavy fruit. Wo know of no other the barbershop and bulb-roonis. On the Tho Immigration will

section where orange trees will bear atseven IIlllsbol'OllOh another evidence, and probably one of the left of the main entrance there is a bo very largo this winter, and we advise

o P years Wo have been informed by parties Tampa is located on the east bank of the strongest that we can odor, of the recognized 10x10, and adjoining itoccnp-receptionroom those who have not fully decided when to

who have resided in Orange county that the Ilillsborough river, about three hundred healthfulness of Tampa and vicinity 'Faintpa's -, ing; the corner, is the parlor, 2l.\3! feet, como to do so quickly, as,lands arc being
trees in that with yards above its mouth, and near about the climate has the average temperatures of settled
county, constant attention Next conies the ladies' entrance, opening rapidly up.-"A meeting of the citizens -
and heavy fertilizing, do not begin to com centre of the county. Between the town Cairo, Egypt", though two degrees north of from McCarty street into a hall 0x30 of Loesburg and vicinity and others in
\ and Ilillsborough buy the south lies the the parallel of that place. Tampa is in north con.
on
with the trees the the Interested
pare ._ growing on natural netting with the main hull, and containingthe county in n branch railroad,
u latitude 28 and
soil of Bradford in coloror thrifty growth.- military reservation of Fort Brooke, comprising longitude 82.2S0: .w est. The laclics'!itllirclI e. Immediately adjoining to extend from Lccsburg the )Yulco road,
'' one hundred acres which i is of average temperature, from twent -flve years
titarke Telegraph. one this mall 011 the left in the direction of Lake, TanasofTkee, will
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fronting on McCartystreet
the most beautiful, park-like places, with its observation-from 1825 to l IMI-Is for each meet in '
Columbia. is the Lcesburg on Saturday September
dining-hall, 39x50! from whicl
majestic live oaks festooned with their long month, season; utid the year as follows ; January ; annonucementivldclr r
:ltd This
The farmers, we are glad: to learn, have opens, occupying the southwest corner of wo arc requested
drapery of Spanish that is 01.5: ; February) 03.5' ; March, 07.7
moss
gray probably ; to make public through
the
had columns
better
. luck with their hogs this year the building, tho Indies' ordinary 15x20:
to bo found on the Gulf coast of any of April, 71.8 ; May, 70.0 ; June, 70.5 ; July, of the Advance is which in
than
for i subject
some time, and the demand for with store-rooms!, pantry, dish-rooms am worthy
the Southern states. This reservation boundsthe 80.7 ; August. 80.4 ; September, 78.3 ; Oc the
high-priced Western bacon next year will bakery, extending next the !street and earnest consideration of every man in
town on the south, and affords a delightful tober, 74; November, 00.9s/ ) ; December, 02. occupying
the Tho of the
country. object citizens is
probably bo lessened by a better supply at tho remainder of the west wing Back' ,
promenade for those inclined to For spring, 72.1 ; summer, 80.2 ; nutiimn,
pedestrian
home. to correspondence with :Mr. Yulee anti
Every pound of Florida-raised ba- of the dining-hull i in the carving-room arid open
exercise. The town itself 73.10j; winter, C2.38; for the year. 71.9. The
,t; con adds to the wealth of the State and com- occupies a back. of that the kitchen, 23x30, adjoining (learn upon what terms the.brancld.lo built. '
level santI plain from fifteen to feet annual average rain-fall for fifteen (CaR
years
fort-of its citizens, because it !is that much / twenty the dish-rowns! and bakery. The sccomstory Our people are earnest in their efforts toss-
above the sea-level,and its present observed at the military post' :: here where also
1.\1\ saved at home.-Every white boy- in this corporate contains a long eight-foot hall extending cure ii broad-gauge road, BO that fruits and
\ the
limits embrace 100 thermo metrical observations were
'-\1 town above the of fifteen is acres, originally donatedby the entire vegetables can bo shipped to of the
ago years employed length of each wing, the bedrooms any,
the United States for a town, of a quadrangular made) is 55.47 inches, which I is divided as Northern and 4
in some business. We have tried to opening on each side. On this Northwestern cities*without a
shape with river front of follows between the four seasons : spring, story
a about
think of one unemployed; and his name there are six bed-rooms 15x15 transfer, and they are willing to grade theroad
half a mile. On the north and east of the 8.50;> inches; summer, 28.21 ; autumn, 10.0:5: ; seven rooms Ynleo '
does if Mr, will
not occur to us. We are glad to sec 9x15, and twelve rooms 12x15 cross-tle it and lay
town, for a distance of between a quarter winter, 8.01. As for insects, such as mosquitoes ; making
this, spirit in the lads; it means that they I Ii twenty-five rooms in all besides tile iron. Wo hope the meeting next Saturday -
.i and half a mile, is found the same level fleas,etc., they are not very troublesome a largo
tire willing to earn a living and arc proud of lineri-roont, and the staircases bath-rooms will be largely attended.-Leesbury Attvauce .
: plain, with what is known as a scrub growthof in Tampa and vicinity. In fact Tampais .
their ability to do so. Is there another town and closets. The .
third Is
various well)) free of and has been story similarly arranged
kind of bushes, saw palmetto, etc., pretty fleas forseveral I
jin; the State which can say as much.-Two and contains tho : Suivanee
HUIIIO number ol f
l..v when the country rises to an elevation of years, ever since the town authori-
gentlemen from Northern Alabama reached ties bed-roows, of the same sizes, besides two On lust Wednesday morning two of the
about fifty feet above sea-level into open prohibited running at large of hogs, '
this place last Saturday, intending to jour additional occupying tho prisoners out of the eight confined in the
piney woods, without undergrowth save the and I if any family or household: is: troubled spare: corresponding ,
ney to South Florida to purchase homes, ordinary wiregrass; and) thus it continues to with fleas, it is owing to the dogs and cats to tho staircase and hhicu-roou+. Many county jail, made their escape. '' It eeeios,

but they were so well pleased with the appearance the HillsLorough river, some five miles distant allowed on the premises.! There are no of tho rooms arc en suite, and they are to be that on Tuesday evening, after they Ju\
of the tow" and its surroundingsthat i supplied with all tho modern conveniences.: fed, they, took the sewer, a piece of iron
in its southwesterly course from the chigoes (jiggers) in Tampa! : nor do we know ,
they concludea to go no further. One northeastern corner of the county. On the of any in this section of the State Nor are A large water-tank with its system of pipes[ weighing about one hundred pounds, which
is here now ; the other sold lib mules, renteda will supply each floor with was located inside of the and
water and the broke the
west side of the river the country is not so house-flies: bad, as many suppose. Small cage,
farm for next year, left,his'wagons and building will be lighted with manufac- bars. Having made their way out "of the
ants and roaches gas
high as a general thing, with more wet weather are, however! not uncommon
started for Alabama on Monday for his (am. and cypress ponds, except along the and sometimes annoying to housekeepers tured on the premises. The style of finish cage they then knocked off the weatherboarding -

fly-Late City Reporter will be simple, elegant and. tasteful and will and awaited dark to make
Ilillsborough bay shore, ,where it is generally ; but with a little caro and trouble good
Jtuval. these bo the subject of further description when their fMCape.Lont two o'clock on Wednesday
elevated, or at least appears so be- pests can be kept in subjection. Hut
The third story walls of the St. James extension cause of the soil, as a rule, being less otni- in the way of insects of all kinds Tampa the structure approaches completion. The morning the;guard was' startled by

4 are about up,and preparations are being pact and more porous. Though on this has about as few as the most exempt of contractor, Mr, Alex. McDougall, speaks' the falling of a plank, and rushed around to

," made to run'up the fourth story walls, west side are found a good many nice elevated Florida towns, and no more than we have very confidently of his ability! to complete the place from whence the noise came, and

i both on the extension and the old brick knolls and some small bodies of ham- seen in Charleston, S. C., Richmond, Va*, his!' contract by December 1st, according to found that a largo hole bad been made In the

building.-Mr. R. p. Moody is soon to mock lands, well adapted for orange grow and New York city. In conclusion, we I its terms, lie will be assisted in the supervision side of'the house. He at once gave the

have his residence on Julia street, near the ing and vegetable raising., Such is the general must say that If anybody wants further information of the work by skilled and experienced alarm,'and made for the gate to )let In assistance. -

r corner of Duval, rebuilt. It will be remembered character of the country for some milesin I I about the place or its vicinity, he builders and workmen ; and it may' as it came. ". After unlocking the k

that the house was partially destroyedby the vicinity of Tampa. But to return to orate must! come and look for themselves. be taken us a foregone conclusion that by gate he ran bock to guard the hole and to

fire some time ago.-On Monday even- the latter. Tampa is laid off in acre blocksof Schools and churches are both here, and the the first of January. 1882, the'hotel will be i prevent the escape until assistance.arrived.

ing the 8:40: train from Savannah not arrive 210 feet square, with streets eighty feet people are courteous and clever,-TamjtnTribune. furnished,under lease and filled with ;nests. In the meantime two,of the prisoners had

here until after 11 o'clock. The same wide running at right angles thus securing Since the foregoing was wrltteu' a change jumped out, one going over the fence and

r train due here at 8:40: last night did not ar ventilation and cleanliness::, so essential to Leon. I II has been made In the plan! whereby, without the other through the gate after it had been
rive until after 2 o'clock this morning. The I change in dimensions> "the unlocked. No blamo.can be
any attached
all Southern towns and cities. Probably We regret to have to announce the death relative to the
delay we.understand, ft due to the necessity about thr e.tfJurth8 of the town is built up, of Mr. Charles Powell Chuires at his home in I positions on the ground floor have been sheriff or guard, a* they had done every-
of salt
using water in the boilers of the locomotives transposed! placing the main entrance thing-necessary as they to
though by no means compactly, few lot. this county The deceased wan< a son of imMiCarty thought, keep
it being impossible, since the street, thu-l 1dil'lt' entrance Mori- them Nt.,. The has been
being occupied\ more than one family or Maj\lr Benjamin Chaires, a wealthy and on cage. well chained: !
storm this to get fresh water at Savannah for business place. At a result of this nearly prominent business man of Tallahassee in row street, t.Iurlor on the southwest In. up, and a daymd night guard employed1 '

purpose.LSdon.FJcambta. every yard is filled with orange and oth rseml.trolIcal the eArly history of the Territory of Florida, stead of the southeast corner, the billiard I II I. to prevent further\ trouble. This cage cost

fruit trees, which give! the and was one of a large family of children, I and batb'.roolUlIllnd barbershop In the west Suwanee county $''OQ5l1! anti has proved to

In the order of improvement, and steam town, when viewed from a* little distance, I only c te of whom, we believe, now survives wing, and the dining-room, kitchen, etc., in be worthless-not even 03 lard M, ":,the.. 'old

enterprises we are able to now state that the quite an umbrageous and somewhat picturesque .\ ali er married the lamented CoioudGeorg (he east or Monroe street Vi\n\ /%.-Floridian. jail: J JYb1c1 vrtti thrown away a3U eless.i'utletin. .- .

project referred to by us in one of our July appearance Some of he advantages lire Ouk '
Ward
T, who fell, instantly kUled, Monroe .. ,
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steam laundry, U of the location of
Tampa are its proximity at the lieud of bin
a under full operation tI o far a* the constrnc-. to one of the largest and moot beautiful regiment near Williains- Cocoanut groves are being planted on several WhUtaker., the colored cal:Iet,waute. to exhibit '

tion of the building In which this inprtt bays on the Gulf; and Lu'1. :Another Mst!! -r war wVhe wife oftort of the key and mainland. Pr. J.ltarris .,V, his ear on the I Itxiture platform fur
ctUst, yet posse. Mr, \ Howard Oainbjc: ; 'comptroller) hu* about seven: thousand l plant,; al. $.1(0) u season,




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ST.I.7'n 'I WS. ant work will be carried i is ,
on concerned, the sing an interior
position some thirty miles under Governor
1 nl'Cll'I'Illmi
nlst ration. Mr.I
,\ ready set' out which i Is
.. the
.. projector Mr. J. 0, Walter I largest number
having planted from the coast, which
't- \: protects it from tho C. P. Chain"*, at one time a member of the
't: Aladnin. his foundation yet planted by any one individual. Mr. 15.
lost week.
pillars This news forte and bleakness of the whuU
sometime i
i Legislature from Loon hurl
county, quite O. U cke and
',' The Register and Kcccivcr of the tlnltod will, doubtless be hailed\ by the community experienced tin > Judge Locke have about ten
immediately on const in he community
especially popular ( IIIH of late led n thousand,
States Land Office, this city, have prepared n with a great degree of satisfaction, ,\and byway in the inter season The hay affords a very rlIre.llifl-/'I'ollol/li. #. Mr. Liculenant-Governor Bethel and
(I. 11. Patterson
: circular of instructions to commissioners to of encouragement we would say to Mr. great abundance and variety of lisp and as arc also having 'cxtcnivc -
,.f be appointed in each county requiring} one, Walter that the popular idea that such an fine oj stow as are to bo found on the coast, Now that tic construction of the new hotel groves' planted, and there arc others to i
.:' to take testimony in cases of contested preemption institution will excite prejudice, and therefore (resides presenting as line 1\ shift" of water has been commenced, it has become a hear from.-Key of the Cuff\ ,
I. and homestead entries and final: be surrounded by danger: is a popular for boating and sailing as coull) he desired matter of frequent) inquiry on the part, of The report conies to us that one or two
proof. This will be a great convenience to fallacy .\ steam laundry i is need which by those' fond of aquatic sport, For thoso! those who have not kept pace with the enterprise :Spanish smack arc in the habit of fishing
the largo number of settlers, on United Pcnsieola has lung felt, and we venture the fond of exciting) adventure, the catching of from Its inception, what sort of a on the Florida coast: to ,the detriment and
States lands, and a great saving of time, labor prediction (that the undertaking will not tarpon, whippurces, l1c\'illish anti: sharks in looking building it will be. A brief description injury of our own fishermen. The Antonio
and expense to concerned.\ The instructions only prove remunerative, as it should, but the lower bay odors the rarest I kind of sport. of it f'rlmthe plans and specificationswill has several times been 'Been catching fish,
arc so full and clearly stated that create no ill-will whaten'r.l't'I'lI'tJlt Advance. ( Sea-bathtng is convenient, and in this climate therefore, be, of interest to IIUrl'all.: and for days together she )lies in Anclote
7 any one of business experience ran accurately may: be enjoyed for very lung season. ers of the FlorMian. The structure is to bo harbor and other places along the coast,
perform the duties of cOllllllls iJncr. llcrntindo. Mention of two sulphur springs:: within a of wood, with I t I u brick pier foundation, in the ready to run out and fish at any time. We
1'.tt.oo.tsuF.\ ,VXKS.-The former place, The way Hernando keeps Hush with few miles: of Tampa should not, be omitted. shape of a U, occupying three sides, of a refer to this and ask closer\ surveillance'
situated at the point of departure of the money is this : From January to warm weather The largest of these i is between four and five hollow square.) Its front. on McCarty streetor over boats carrying/ the Spanish flag upon
''i Peninsular Railroad to Ooala, and of the she amphibiates in the swamp, cutting miles from town 011 the north bank of the ( 200-foot street, as it Is sometimes' called), our coast. Spain places every restriction
'I .' w Lake Santa Fe canal to Melrose, will give- mid solli'ii" rml.ir., plants- crows. and shins. 'j. HiIlsborough ilv.-r. Iti-i, sonu thirty. feet w ill he- t--;. A. ,.".'I't.. .. "II"11,1... nil".. .ac..a........." ".., I"I-" possible upon American fishermen trading
r i. 1' proof of its business capacity importance vegetables north. In the summer she stampedes wide boiling- up from the cavernous depthsin feet, while the west front, on Adams street, with Cuban ports, and if.our smacks, in adf -
,
during the progress of the trade season. her cattle to Cuba pulls fodder and the subterranean rocks with. considerableforce will be 80 feet. Its elevation on all three o dition to this, hnno protection from for.clgn
I Building improvements have steadily progressed eats watermelons. When the cattle stampede and empties into tho river through n these fronts will he throe stories, about .13: boats fishing in these waters, their
: ; and others arc in contemplation. It subsides she gathers her crop and run of U\'l'rOne hundred yards in length. It feet in height from the ground on McCarty business will soon play out.-Key Wed{ Dem
is a centre for cotton ginning, cigar manufacturing starts the fish boom to booming ; and when i is bordered with high banks, and is susceptible street, and over 50 feet at the rl'aron thc opposite ocrat. ,";'.1".0'
*Athtatn
L fruit and vegetable growing. Mr. that blows off she ships oranges and sells of being made not'only a very beautiful side. There will be a twelve-foot pfnzza Time steamer
r Kntcnza, the cigar manufacturer, has demonstrated her cotton, and gets ready for Christmas. So but as tine a bathing place us any similar on the south and east fronts, extending, Line Otceola, of Hart's Ocklawaha
the practicability of raising a Tinequality there is an influx of money nearly the year springs in the State. Another strong sulphur : to the roof, but having only I two floor, at steamer, was has launched been last Saturday. This
{ of tobacco from Cuba seed. Other round.-A visit to White Mound Spring, spring, but of much ,.IONS capacity, is the first and second stories. The general appearance and has been on tho ways for some time
gentlemen of enterprise, but retiring habits, better known as Wicawachcc Spring, on about six miles cast of Tampa, on what is ] of tho building, judging from dimensions will bo put in complete order, and she
push whatever they take hold of to completion" Wednesday last, gave us pleasure. The known as Six-Mile creek. Both of these as given in the architect's plans the ready ,next winter to accommodate
without noise. Fairbanks, on the West spring is an exquisitely ]lovely specimen of springs ore accessible by \both land and and elevation, will be very handsome and tmveling'public. Colonel,] l Hart never
India Transit liailroad, a neighboring place, nature's enchanting freaks. The water is water;; and there is not much doubt but imposing. The main entrance will be on docslhingsbychalvcsvhenhchnsastcam;
I of which the indefatigable Charles D. Fur-. clear and ]pure, and the extraordinary depthof that at no distant day, as Tampa; grows and '' Monroe street, about the middle of the er to repair he makes it'completc.Mr.? R.
K.l
Van
man is the father, is a place of health and tho bowl of the spring gives it a light the country settles' up, they will be fixed block, and the ladies' entrance will be on Alstine is' having forty acres cleared
I industry, for which it j is especially suite} blue color. All objects under the water appear and become utilized for bathing up. the lfcCurtstrect side. In front of the of the 100 tract he recently purchased at
Cut up into small farms, it affords( places of to the eye in prismatic colors, novel the matter of health Tunipu cannot purposes.In lie latter the street will bo divided, along the, Blue( Pond. On t these forty acres, just! ns
fit residence and grounds ample for fruit and and pleasing. The spring and the run are surpassed by any city or town in the South, whole front of the block, into three sections soon as tho land is properly prepared[ will
vegetable cultivation, in which the whole alive with fish, which are as visible to the in all seasons of the year. Wo refer with ; first, a sixty-foot street next the ho bo planted out 2,000 orange trees, '''This extensive -
t If population are engaged. It promises to add eye almost as if they were floating' in air. confidence f to every medical man of the tel, then a small park of grass and trees grove Is only tho forerunner of many
t-" .considerably to its numbers before the year To the lover of the beautiful in nature no place, as \\'(,1ns\ to a number lit'Illelli'lli. officers eighty feet wide, and on tho opposite side other valuable places that will spring up
f closes.-Advocate. description would nnotherlllxt.foft and beautify tho goodly,lands in the western
convey nn idea of'its of the army who have boon stationedat : stn'ct. This arrangementwill
I lira dfor(I. loveliness. Go and see it, and yon will behold Fort Brooke at sometime'in their service, add greatly to the appearance of the portion of our county now lying waste.ltlatka .-
c" That Bradford\ county soil is peculiarly as charming a spot of water as can bo to confirm our assertion of Tampa being peculiarly place. The grand stairway will bo In the Herald.
well adapted to orange culture cun be proven found in Florida. It is of unknown depth.At exempt from all grade! of malarial eastern wing of the building, at the, rear or Saunter
t in many ways. The fact that we have a u recent sounding the line descended ojer fcn'rls:! for yellow fever, there has been the main hall upon which tho main\ entrance Sumter county continues to improve very
great number trees in dill'erent sections ninety feet without touching bottom. Hon. none in Tampa for the last ten. years, us till opens, which is 20x40, opening into a rapidly. Every: section. is improving t to rap
of the county bearing at the ages of seven W. II. Hastings! has'erected a warehouse result of proper internal and I external hygienic handsome \cstibulo containing tho ofilce. idly that, after an absence of a few months
or eight years, is conclusive proof. Mr. J. and wharf there, and is now running heavy measures, and} there!, is no reason why On the right of the main entrance, opening only, ono loses sight of tho old land-marks.
M. Johns of this grocery store. lie sells goods and it from tho vestibule is short hall The forest trees are being cleared
city, has a great numberof cheap as should ever reappear ill the! place except a leading to away for I
trees between seven I! eight years old rapidly as he can have them shipped to from disregard of intern'I Jeanlines l and tho bill iard-room, which extends entirely the profitable cultivation of fruits, vegeta
7 now bearing large, juicyoranges.. On the him. Tho navigation of Wicawachce the neglect of a stringent.., ,''wItt l efficient quarantine. across the north end of tho cast wing, am bits and field crops.! In place of the log hated
lot where we reside, belonging to Mr. Johns, river is no longer problematical. It has been That Fort Brooke should bo made is '24x40. lietwren (Iho billiard-room am handsqmo residences arc being reared, show:
trees seven years old can now be seen bear- done, is being done and will bo done. a resort during the summer for the troops the main entrance, fronting! time street, is n ing that the"wealth of the county is rapidly

; ing largo, heavy fruit. We know of no other Urooisi'ille Crescent.Iltllsborouyh. stationed at Key West, as I U: the case:! now, is reading-room 10\21. Immediately opposite increasing, and she will soon bo one of the
section where orange trees will bear atseven another evidence;, and probably one of the are t the barber-shop and bath-nonis. On the richest in tho State The immigration, will
t \1\ years. We have been informed by parties Tampa is located on the cast bank of the strongest that we can odor, of the recognized left of the main entrance there is a recap be very large this winter, and we advise

I \\j\ who have resided in Orange county that the ITillsbnroiiL'li- ri\'er., about than Imm1r..". >il" healthfulness of Tannia. :and vicinitv.., Turn- tion-room 10x10, and adjoining it, occupying thoso who !tavl' not fl1l1v" 11ecldcul.__ u__.. whl'n...._.. 'n_
trees in that county, with contant attention yards above its mouth, and near about the pa's climate has the average temperatures of the ,corner, is (ho parlor, 21x3:!I !) feet coma to do HO quickly, ns lands are being
and heavy .fertilizing, do not begin to compare centre of the county Uetwecn tho town Cairo, Egypt, though two degrees! ) north of Next conies tho ladies' entrance, opening rapidly settled up.-"A meeting of tile cit.
\ with the trees growing on the natural and Hillsborough bay on the south lies the the parallel of that place Tampans in north from McCarty street into a hall 9x30, connecting i/.ens of Lcesburg and vicinity and others in
soil of Bradford in coloror thrifty growth.- military reservation of Fort Brooke, comprising latitude 28 and longitude 82.28: : west. Tho with tho main hall, and containing tho county interested in n branch railroad,
Starkc Telegraph. one hundred acres, which is one of average temperature, from twent '-fi\'o years the ladies'staircase. Immediately adjoining to extend from Lcesburg to the Yulco road,
y Columbia. the most beautiful, park-like places, with its observation-from 1823 to Hll-is for each this hull '011 the left, fronting on McCarty in the direction of, Lake.Panasoffkee, wilt
i 1 The farmers, we are glad to learn, have majestic live oaks festooned with their long month, season atul the year a.s follows : January street, is tho dining-hall 31)x50! ; from which meet in Lcesburg on Saturday. Septemberi.
had better luck with their hogs this year drapery of gray Spanish moss, that is probably 01.5 ; February, 03.5: ; March, G7.7 ; opens!' occupying tho southwest corner of 3d.: This announcement! which we are requested -
I than for some time, and the demand for to be found on tho Gulf coast of any of April, 71.8 ; May, 70.0 ; June, 79.5 ; July, the building, tho ladies' ordinary, 15x20, to make public through tho columnsof
high-priced Western bacon next year will the Southern states. This reservation boundsthe 80.7 ; August. 80.4 ; September, 78.3 ; October with store-rooms, pantry, dish: -roonms and the Advance, is a subject which is worthy
probably be l lessened by a better supply at town on tho south, and affords a delight 74; November, GO.)3; !) ; December, C2: bakery, extending next the street and occu the earnest consideration of every man in
home. Every pound of Florida- bacon ful promenade! for those inclined to pedestrian For spring, 72.1 ; summer, 80.2 ; autumn, pylngtho remainder the west wing Hack' the country. The object of the "citizens ,is
t ta, adds: to the wealth of the State and com- exercise. The town itself occupies a ;73.1; winter, 02.3; for the year. 71.0. The of the dimiing-bull is tho carving-room, amid! to open correspondence with Mr. Yulee and
fort-of its citizens, because it i is that much level sandy plain from fifteen to twenty feet annual average rain-fall for fifteen years (as back of that tho kitchen 23x30, adjoining learn upon what terms thoj ranch be built
f\\\ saved at home.-Every white bojvin this above the sea-level,and its present corporate observed at the military post here, where also the dislu-ruonis and !bakery. The secom Our people arc earnest in their efforts'to secure -
\.\} town above the age of fifteen years is employed limits embrace 100 acres, originally donated I the thermometrical observations were story contains a long eight-foot hall extend broad-gauge road, so that fruits and
v in some business. We have tried to by the United States for a town, of a quadrangular made) is 55.17 inches, wliiih is divided as ing the entire length of each wing, the bedrooms vegetables, can be shipped to any of the
think of one unemployed; and his name shape, with a river front of about follows between the four seasons : spring, opening on each side. On this story Northern and Northwestern citieswithout
does not occur to us. We are glad to see half a mile. On the north and cast of the 8,50;> inches ; summer, 28.21 ; autumn, 10.03:} ; there are six bed-rootns 15xl., seven rooms transfer, and they are willing to grade the'
this spirit in the lads; it means that they town, for a distance of between a quarter winter, 8.01. As for insect, such as mosquitoes 0x15, and twelve rooms 12x15:! ; making road if Mr Yule will cross-tio it and lay'
are willing to earn a living and are proud of and half a mile, is found the same level fleas, etc., they aro not very troublesome twenty-five rooms in all, besides a largo the iron. Wo hope the meeting next'Satur
their ability to do so. Is there another town plain, with what is known as a scrub growthof in Tampa and vicinity. In fact Tampais linen-room and the staircases, bath-rooms day will bo largely attended.-Leetburg Att- ,

(.ro .)IIn,. _the! State.which can 1 say: as much.-Two various kind of bushes, saw palmetto, etc., pretty well free of fleas, and has been forties and closets. The third story is similarly ar- settee
>gentlemen hunt l"'orthern Alabama rcal'hedtbis when the country rises to an l'levation- .-----, fir-- se"cral .Yearl!.. c\'cr- u -IIlnl'n.-.__ tl.A..,_ 6..n.__.. .. .n..I.L......VII- run-, ed., nnd cOlltnhll...._n... tI.n,.._ _.'''.."A. .".........IU"I.1.... v, ,ibeti I Iuvlulee.On .
place last Saturday, intending to journey about fifty feet above sea-level into open prohibited'the running ut large of hogs, -ruouts, of time name sizes: besides two last Wednesday morning two of ,the
to South I"lorida to purchase homes, piney woods, without undergrowth save tho and if any family or household is troubled additional occupying the space correspond.. prisoners, out of the eight confined in the
but they were so well pleased with the appearance ordinary wiregrass; and thus it continues to with fleas, it is owing to the dogs and cats ing to time staircase and J liucn-ruou. Many county jail, made their escape. It seems) t
of the to. and its surroundingsthat the lIil1sLorough river, some five miles dill.tant allowed on the premises. There are no of the rooms aro en suite; and they are to be that on Tuesday evening, after they had been'
they uoncludeoto go no further. One in its southwesterly course from tho chigoes (jiggers) in Tampa, nor do we knowof supplied with all the modern conveniences. fed, they took the sewer, a' piece of iron
is here now ; the other sold his mules,renteda northeastern corner of the county. On the any in this section of the State Nor arc A large water-tank, with its system of pipes, weighing about one hundred |>oun bj, which
farm for next left his' west side of the river the country is not louse-tlies bad, will supply each floor with located
year, wagons and so as many supiwso. Small water, and the was inside of the cage, and broke the
started for Alabama on Monday for his family. high as a general thing, with more wet wea ants and roaches are, however, not uncommon building will be lighted with gas manufactured bars. Having I made' their way out 'of the
;
.-Late ('it!) Reporter. ther and cypress ponds, except along the and sometimes annoying to house on time premises. The style of finish cage they then knocked off Lima weatherboarding r

Duvat. Hillsborough---,,-- .. .bay shore- where it Is gen. keepers; but with a little caro and trouble will be simple, elegant and tasteful, and will and awaited dark 'to make good
The- third-- story wails or the St. James extension erauy cievuicu, or ai least appears BO because these pests! can be kept in subjection But be the subject of further description when their escape. About two o'clock on Wedmsesdaymorningtheguard
rj are about up,and preparations are be of the soil, as a'rule, being lest oflnt- in the way of insects of all kinds Tampa the structure approaches! completion. The ; was startled by
ing made to run up thefourth story walls, pact and side more porous. Though on this has about as few as the most exempt of contractor, Mr Alex. McDougall, speaks the falling of a plank, and rushed around to
1 both,on the extension and the old brick west are found a good many nice elevated Florida towns, and no more than! we have very confidently of his ability to complete the place: from whence the noise came,' and
building.-Mr. R. l\: Moody Is soon to knolls! and some small bodies of ham seen in Charleston, S. C., Kichmond, Va., his contract by December 1st, according to found that a largo hole had been made in the
have his residence on Julia street, near the mock lands: well adapted for orange grow. and New York city. In conclusion, we its terms. He[ will be assisted in the super side of'the house. He at once gave the nil
corner of Duval, rebuilt. It will be remem ing and vegetable raising. Such i is the general must Hay that if anybody wants further information vision of the work by skilled and experienced alarm;'and made for the gate to' let in .assistance
bered that the house was partially destroyed character of the country for some miles about the place or its vicinity, he I builders and workmen ; and it may as it ,came. After unlocking the
11 by fire some time ago.-On Monday evening in the vicinity of Tampa. Hut to return to or she must! come and look for themselves. I be taken as a foregone conclusion that by gate bo ran back to guard f the hole and to h
the 8:40: train from Savannah did not arrive the latter Tampa is laid off in acre blocks Schools and churches are both here, and the t the first of January 1882, the'hotel will be prevent the escape until assistance arrived.
here until after 11 o'clock. The same of 210 feet square, with streets eighty feet people are courteous and I clever.-Tampa 1 furnished,under]lease and filled with guests;' In the meantime two of> the prisoners had
train due here at 8:40 last wide running at right angles, thus securing Tribune. *Since the foregoing was written
r : night did not arrive a change jumped out, ono going over:>> the fence and
ventilation
until after 2 o'clock this morning. The all Southern and cleanliness, so essential to Leon 'has been made in the plans, whereby, without the other through he gaud after it bad been
,5 delay, understand, is due to the necessity about three-fourths towns and cities. Probably We regret to have to announce, the death' any change in dimensions,"'the relative unlocked. No bhmnne.can bo attached to the
of using salt water in the boilers of the locomotives of the town is built up, of Mr. Charles Powell Chaires at his home in 1 1I positions on the ground floor hare been -sheriff or guard, M they had done
it being though by no means compactly, few lots this I transposed, placing the eyery-
main
Impossible, since the county; The deceased was a son entrance (lit thtult'rueeessary'as they thought- keep
I storm, to get fresh water at Savannah for being business occupied more than one family or Maj ,
this purpose. :' place.is filled At a result of this nearly prominent business man of Tallahassee or// street the parlor on the southwest !Instead up, and a.iliy!end night guard Is'employed! .
yard with .
Eticambla. every fruit orange and other the eirly hUtory the Territory of )' ( of the southeast corner, the billiard to prevent further trouble. This cage cost
In the order of improvement and kteam semitropical town, when viewed trees from, which gives the and vfas one of a large family of children, I and bath-rooms and barber-shop in the west Fuwanee county $20,050) ( and has proved to
enterprises we are able to now state that the quite an umbrageous and alittlo distance, only le of whom, we believe now survives. wing, and the dining-room, kitchen, etc., in be worthies* -not even as safe a4l.ho'oM{ t
:i project referred to by us in one of our July Home somewhat picturesque A sis* er married the lamented Colonel the east or Monroe street wing.-Florutmu. jail l, which,,was thrown away as|'-U.fcle&' .- .
t I issues and relating to a steam laundry, U of the appearance.location of of the advantages Georg: T, Ward, who fell, instantly killed, Monroe Uu Olik.Jiullean. ': '
under full Tampa are its proxy at the Feud of his it- .
14 operation so far a* the regiment near Williams- - ,
constric iuilty to of C+/cliLmUUt
one the groves are being
Lion of the largest and moot! beautiful burg. planted 1 on several Whittaker the colored
building in which this Import .i. Another sister was. fife wife of of the ca.1I.'t.waute to exhibit '
bays on the Gulf I keys and mainland.
coot and Dr. J. V
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yet '
Mr 1
posses bert Howard GainbJ; tan on the lecture: .platform for
eonytrollerI Harri ha* ulxnit seven thousand 1 plants aK fj.000unen.son,

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l ."TILCD ATlI'US'1'AIiT" were aware, was destined also to affect that lodgers, and through ono of them she met ually) for the faults! of a positive character Her teacher criticised: but there Iii n dif

1 IH"I I" ,... listener's whole future life.CitAPTEa East lake, lie asked !her to sit for one or arc usually! as strong as!'! the soul in which ference In criticism when the critic is u
BY I'BAN STANLEY. -- twopictures] ; and that sort of labor suited they dwell l, nnd there is little merit In friend interested in you ns well ns! your
It. her.: Eastlakc was!! delighted with her beauty merely negative goodness! such only because work nnd when he is simply' looking on
To"tyFt.'t and manner and recommended her highlyto "it is never tempted to be otherwise.A your efforts as on a crowd of other When
} ::, I. Walls speak sometimes and tell strange Carrington who wns!! then busy! on his! new came to her, /and her features he could persuade her from her easel,
j : Till death us part: histories," said Frank Ambrose. "Amber- 'Undine.' Her spiritucllo loveliness( fitted gained degree of beauty from her content Charles played cicerone nbout London, especially
iL ; So speaks the heart, mere, the Weston homestead, whose grey well the character of the water maiden. She cd spirit. to the haunts made famous by Eng

When, each to each repeats the words of walls we saw yesterday, beyond Clover Hill, knew how to play her cards, too, and Car When Mrs.:\ Weld was resting and she was )land's gifted writers, for he was n man nf'C'ultimtcd.intellect

l- doom ; is nestled among our grand old mountains, rington got Into the habit of calling evening nt liberty Ilonoria would take her painting ns well as sympathetic!
lt ,Thro' blessing and thro' curse, close to nature's throbbing heart. Many n when her child was asleep and Honorin materials and transfer to canvas views of feelings.One .

t For better and for worse, day have I spent In its rambling halls and busy at her writing.It the beautiful country around them, for she afternoon, while waiting for Ilonoria:

H Wo will bo one, till that dread hour shall quaintly furnished rooms, for Mr. Weston took n great; while to paint that picture, was! fond of!sketching, indeed was quite pro to lay aside her studio toilette and walk

come. wns a father to me for years ; I owe to him and before it was finished the child was! taken ficicnt in it. The picturesque rums of St. with him, he noticed n letter in Frank Am-

4t if. nearly all that I am. sick. The mother pronounced' it ncold John beyond the old lloman wall, and the brose's familiar handwriting! 1 lying on the

Life, with its myriad grasp, "Josinh Crawford, Mrs. Weston father, and did not seem to realize any danger. The wall itself were her favorite rambles, especially table. Ignorant of its contents, of course ",
Our yearning souls shall clasp, was a sea: captain on the Massachusetts! coast day the poor IIelicll she I !had left h home! the I'hu-nix Tower, whence the hapless his fancy had boundless field for conjecture. .';

Dy ceaseless love, nnd still expectant won nnd, was a true poet at heart in spite of his quite early for her last! sitting nt the studio, Stuart king looked on thc defeat or The thought that possibly! there might be
rough exterior.Vhen he settled! IlearDeer-) the something between Frank and Ilonoria
der ; and little sufferer breathed out his life Ilowton Moor
In bonds that shall endure, ing he very much astonished his neighborsby in Honoria's arms. One day Mrs. Weld went with her. They !struck him forcibly and painfully. Stung

Indissolubly, the fantastic! name he gave hii: home. "The last sitting was! over, thc paintingwas walked by the Goblin's Tower, and Honoris by the thought out of the pleasant, easy' life

Till God in death shall part our paths asun Ambormcrc was taken.from srfme legend of finished, but it was already forgotten, settled herself at a little distance from it, to he had been leading, the words so long delayed

.. .' der. the Baltic sea, whither he had made several for the artist: was looking into the eyes! of n' sketch the Water Tower with its! blackened, were spoken last, and Honorin, like

; III. voyages. living Undine, for whose sake he was quite ivy-hung ramparts and the Vera quiet I'ortia, wished she were "trebled twenty
"Thc house was built of those !small! bricks willing to play Sin tram and wrestle with stream in the near distance. Mrs. Weld was times herself" for her lover's sake.

Till death us Join. found in houses antedating the Revolution, Knh Icborn. Aynestionaanswer,and Kate delighted with the picture, /and declared that In his letters to Frank Charles had only

0 voice yet more divine ( and with manY'JlllllcltVlnllo's, with wide Leslie was the promised! wife of the great Honoria must go to London and study casually mentioned Ilonoria, but in JIM

r That to the broker( heart breathes! hopesub- ledger. The fireplaces were larger than we arti t. To make n long; story short, they meeting all objections as to how she wouu next, after this particular day he spoke
limp ; ever see them in modem hou es, and had married for of her and his visits. Frank
were a month later and sailed get along in her young friend's absence bj more freely was
Thro'And shattered l lonely hours blue tiles" which would drive\ you nrtistscrazy. Italy. It i is! now more than a year since her arguments which silenced if they did notconvince. an (' : between the lines! and

powers marriage, and she has never sent one wordor easily divined his friend's secret.
Wo still are one, despite ofchangeund time.IV. lurry over the introduction, Ambrose" I line to those who ,litlso) much for her in Kate would have considered Honoria out "I'nm glad you are with her so much,"

:.', and get toiho Charles.story "I'm not a jury, interjected the days ofh'rnd\'r ity. Carrington, thinking of her mind to refuse a kindness! so; resolutely ho replied "She' is a friend of whom any

; she was in debt to the Weston for her tltjtelluull so little to be expected, but man might be proud This letter set
with healing hand Frank his and
Death its at then
laughed impatience, lodgings sent n check to them fern hundred it was not until the young girl saw that bj Charles more at case, for his sense of honor ;;
Shall knit the band continued
once more : dollars soon after his marriage, which was refusing she would scriouslotlcnd. her"ben was keen and ho had feared to appear dishonorable ,,
.Which needs but that link which "Thc last time I there the
ono,, none was was day
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returned Ilon efactress t that she to his friend.
instantly politely
though by yielded. ;;i
sever/: : the I house was sold. Dlr.Veston:\ had died
may "
I thro' oria. Perhaps it might have been better had she Affairs were in this state; and Ilonoria was
Till the Only Good before to the last that his
some years hoping What heartless !I" not done if could with fresh interest in her work
a woman 80 although we always laboring n 1
Heard felt and understood would their homo.
family ways keep "I don't wonder call her the result of actions wouldone life looking beautiful to her when r
you so, responded anticipate our was so ,
Our life in God shall make us one forever. Did he leave no son ?
Frank "The whole affair be happier for the ? bright day a handsome carriage stopped
deeply any knowledge one :
H noria I is nn only child, and her
-- --- was affected.Miss Weston, and n few months nftcrward At any rate it was with a happy f heart nt the Landons' door and Mrs. C'arrington
father business assistant for time before

\, 110NOnIA. his death. some her mother who had long been in that Honoria went with Mrs.:\ Weld\ to London alighted.

,- -.!,,- "lIe had (been drawn intosomcdis.istrous feeble health grew rapidly worse, undo withan and on arriving there was placed: in Ilonoria felt n premonition, of evil as that

BY CATHARINE W. BARNES./ which ruined him and then invalid's fancy, begged to be taken to Avon Con way's studio, where she was to lovely face and graceful figure stood on the
II IIf speculations Ambermere had to be sold Ambermere. The old house had been vacant work for six months and then return to threshold. It was prophetic, for from that '

f CHAPTER. Having no sister, Ilonoria became for some months so. ns it was in my Chester, if not needed there sooner. hour began a worse trial than the poor girl d
quite charge, I wrote to Mrs. Weston to tOI'e.llnd "I cannot think it had known and it let her life and
," Tho righteous Lord loveth righteousness attached to Kate Meredith who had (tied ) come I right to stay away any ever ; hap-
i.. : his countenance will behold the thing her friend from childhood and I do not occupy it for the summer. She longer" she told Mrs. Weld. piness out through a hundred tiny wounds,
I.j'j' that is just"rtalnu XI i viii. think her influence has been at all good. I died before fall, and now Ilonoria alone in "Think it right !I" That was the keynoteto so skilfully delivered she hardly knew it. a

ofi' Artists call it "studies from life" when told something about her tho other the. world. Her mother toward the last her character. She was very conscientious Mrs. Carrington's regard for Ilonoria was

living beings arc reproduced on canvas or in day.:.you was very exacting, and the poor girl had a in all she did, and her teacher would of a patronizing nature, as in her opinion a

marble, with silent lips, and eyes gazing Charles! nodded, and asked : "Is she a hard life." often tell her she was too exact he called i It useful' though hardly ornamental friend.
} What is !she going to do?" sincere in her work. Mrs.cl1 had But she heartless
.only I on a world we cannot sec. In the at- relation ?" not was n thoroughly womanof
,ten live ears wo whisper our secrets, and theyare "No, only a friend. Shortly after Mrs. "I have an offer for her from firs.Veld( begun to learn nil her moods and tenses' und the world,_ and when she realized that 4

buried in eternal oblivion, but the most Weston nnd Ilonoria left Dcering, Miss Kate who is nn invalid and 1 ordered abroad to go how any distrust would send her into'her. the girl she had so undervalued was a wo-

e. eager questions ore never answered, and the married Cameron Leslie (tho handsome with her as nurse and friend.Vith all the self at once, us some animals: draw into their man loving and evidently loved, she smothered

most tender caresses meet no response. pcaini)), and went with him to Leroy, where',,care, it will (be a change for her. Come with shells when touched. Mrs. Weld never could her frail regard as ('trectually.ns Othellodid

Another study from life is his, who can they bought a line house nnd started at once i me. this evening and I'll introduce you." persuade her, either, into any acknowledgment Dcsdcmonn. The desire to win admiration
,r find in the living, sentient humanity about upon the top wave of society" With pleasure. Your story has deeply of her relations with Mrs. Carrington was passion' with her, nnd having

him, constant source of Interest. "But what had become of the Westons?" interested me in her." for she never enlarged upon her persona been told nil her life she was a queen by

Frank Ambrose and Charles Kvcrard were "Charles, you can't hear their story and Frank laughed meaningly, saying : experiences or showed how deeply she felt right of beauty, she was notiwilling to see
f discussing this question, one afternoon in not hear Mrs. Leslie's also for they are so lie careful my friend.Vhen' n gentle the betrayal of her friendship. the. quiet dignity and noble womanliness of
fI
\I the law oflieo of the former, in the little completely interwoven that I cannot give man acknowledges nn interest in n lady Finally she tl1th'rself entirely into n Honoria Weston admired by any one of
that interest bears but one interpretation:" picture which !she' ) have in thc Charles Ik.
town of Deering. you one without giving\ tho other also." hoped to next Everard's social standing. She did ,
: t "Frank Ambrose was nn alert and vigorousman "All right I only thought you had forgotten "I couldn't think of enteringon n contest: exhibition and she hardly; gave herself timeto not understand his ability.
keen and sharp-sighted, ns befitted his their:' where you evidently have the inside tru f k.1 sleep. All her vague longings and Professing great interest in Honoria's picture

;[ : (profession, but genial, true-beartctland kind. "I arrived Ambermere: the night before said his!:! friend good naturcdly, "nnd my thoughts for months past now found an out which just then absorbed most of the

Charles Kvcrurd was an artist, imaginative the sale. Thc next day the sky was cloudless interest is largely owing" to your vivid i10\v' let through her brush and in gratitude for young artist s time, she was! very apt to hap

"t Ji in his tastes;' and subject. to what his friend I the air was chilly with the icy breathof ers of description ?* the feeling of rest and reverence she alwaysfelt pen in when Evcrard was present.
called fancies.' coming winter and tho old house, standing Frank made u low how of thanks, ajid the among thc hills, she culled her picture Truthful and considerate to an unworldly

They had been speaking, a will which among the leafless trees, and utmost two gentlemen left thc ofllcb/ to dine l and "The MountainsVhence Cometh My degree, Charles had never allowed Frank's
t \ the lawyer was to read that day to the heirs despoiled of its furniture, looked desolate then make the proposed call. f': Help." practical wisdom to influence his judgmentof

# 1\\: of a certain Mrs. Weston, and ho was telling enough Tho acquaintance thus made pnJved a In the foreground rose the rocky height of Mrs. Carrington, and his artist eye for ;fi

\ Charles something about them. "After.tlio sale the Westons moved to the pleasant one for both parties, and Mr. Eve- Caernarvon with the old castle rooted on its beauty helped mislead him ns to her real

qi' Now, there arc some people," said he, city Leroy: ns you know, an overgrown, rard lingered in Peering until Mrs. Weld crags: and the whole range of those grand nature, so that despite his feelings for Ilo
continuing their previous versation/'who crowded place, nnd 1 the country girl's first and Ilonoria left for Leroy, whence they mountains, the refuge so often of the brave noria he half believed the plausible stories
I',. are of' were to sail for Uurope.) Welsh people in times the of her false friend
never-ceasing subjects etudy,- and. I impulse was to fly from its ."bustlennd past completed
claim that it is more interesting t to examine confusion back to tho glorious (' .t' striking view. Her nature, though not impulsive Rufus Currington was in Egypt, but his

Ii. them, as I do, by actual contact;.looking at ty of our Deering hills" ClIAtTER III. ? in expression, was deeply religious!! wife was visiting at her broth r-m-Ilw's in

their deeds, ns well as their faces than it is Why do you so dislike large cities ?" interrupted A great: ship has swung from her moorings in tone, and fitted her to enjoy thc grand London.!

: Uk 1 1a' 'to paint portraits, which are as blank as the his friend. "Man alive I what left I he shores: of thc New Wprld be- and sublime. Charles Everard wns only human, nnd n

}ly 'walls ft.. .....on-- tt which-- they* *-*hang.! .. f. wrtlllilvn.. .\. ilfi- u-itlirtnf" firms ?'* hind:and bearing proudly her livingfreightacross : steadier bend than his might have been
I' ii-- uns\Verel1lillarles, nut your studies tied! made the country;; :but' man made the broad Atlantic cast anchor in the CHAPTER IV. turned under the eircu unst maces. He rather

cease with the person's breath, while the town said Frank, sententiously I ; and beautiful\ )' of ( ul'l.'nstowlI. How gladly After Miss Weston left Peering. Charles enjoyed his new post of father confessor, for

!' n., mine can survive generations. IIuVt.'II't'ouMecn then after u moment's pause, ho continued : did Mrs.Veld:\ and Ilonoria leave their close' Evcrard seemed to lose much of his interest Honoria, much as she thought of him, wns

f,' ;t portraits "so full of expression that they "Whenever I touch on Ilonoria Weston's quarters on the !hip for thc lovely sceneryof in the place. Frank had wondered that her apt to have her own opinions and it some;

\ almost speak but? relations with Kato Leslie I always feel sad. the Emerald Isle I The girl's! heart was! influence kept him there so long for the artist times happened they were better than his
I "Almost, not quite answered his One has reached critical period In life when still sore within her, not alone because of had no family and he was, therefore, a while K-itc, though ready enough generally

itt friend.Weston "IJut and also wait learn until you see Honoria ho comes to doubt the divinity of human her mother's death, but because of the neglect bird of passage, with no settled home, in with hers rarely expressed them in his presence '
somewhat of her nature.. Miss: West on wus thc most trusting of Mrs. Carrington, for her friends deed was an artist only when the mood a delicate had its natural 01,
Kato Meredith
.b will friend, to of, and. I imagine" you creature I ever knew ; she believed others were a part of her very being and she could ; seized him. That thought was what prompted effect localizing there was; a change, (but r
., como my way thinking. ns much ns they certainly had reason to believe not accept their changed relations with her Frank to encourage the acquaintance not its magnitude! Honoria turned to her i
t ho
I. \b:, As spoke, steps were heard on tho stairs in her. ]Kato Leslie
outside isn't exactly unscrupulous and not feel a )pang. Her clear grey eyeswore nut) mutual liking of his two friends, ns when
/jgf but she is decidedly tickle, a a new look of sadness, but they were Honoria's more steady nature would doubtless -
t t "There had ,better said Frank, nro the heirs, and devout worshiper of social I success, and like as brave nnd strong as ever. restrain Everard's erratic flights, and his of the Exhibition.had( brought heron n sick t

ti you You hear and retire to my inner room. the astute French statesman, sho 'treats In her tender deference to Mrs. Weld, ns hopeful, sympathetic disposition would bed. Far away in that little Chester cottage

i j F. can(the artist see without being seen..', every friend to-day as if ho were to be an they leave thc ship, it could be seen; what brighten her too serious views of life. sire lay for weeks in the delirium of fever.
As the
.-" obeyed request: n bluff enemy to-morrow.. Sho trims her sails to her own sorrow had taught her. Now that Frank wrote her often kind friendly let- Mrs Weld wearied of seeing any illness but

looking man entered and followed by' several suit every= wind, and it will take a stiff gale her own mother had gone from her, the poor tern and occasionally spoke of Charles. Ho her own, and, though greatly improved herself -
x other men i'he "
persons women ordinary to upset: her boat. girl thought she could recall acts and noria's felt it
; of law many replies were generally lively accounts a personal: injury that her paid
ll,' desks paraphernalia and tables and a ofllco lay about Hadn't( she any real regard for Miss:\ Weston words that it wrung her heart to remember. of their journeyings but as he had companion should bo sick.

J. on ranged against! the sundry book cases .. V In her accusations! she was hard on herself long been her business adviser, she wrote So, for days together, Ilonoria was left almost
wall
wero of volumes containing I suppose I so: when it did not conflict and almost believed I it bindingupon her him of a desire she had begun to cherish of alone till mind and body were nearly
)1!; ,'long rows considered bound. in tho peculiar with her own Illtert. t8. I hoped, when they to make life a sort of penance as, in some repurchasing Ambermere. Ho replied that : exhausted. Mrs. Weld was also offended nt
sacred
toca yellow A door with glass so to a law library. went to Leroy, that the Westons and Leslies manner, an atonement While: this morbid -' the place was in good hands and he would her engagement, and showed the fact so
panels partly shaded (by u would not meet, and for (time did. condition of mini] Mrs. Weld's
curtain led Into that inner some they olfer !let her know i if it was for sale. plainly that Honoria found it almost as hard
Kyerard had retired sanctum where not, ns Madame Kate was too much in society seemed to open a path which would lead her Through him she knew that Mr. Everard to bear as!! Charles' silence.
FrJ and; in which one to spare time for the Westons who had from shadow that
out the was darkeningover had sailed for Europe: but she had not One
could the yet two three
easily months
fancy legal webs were woven to hveenrefully: nUll work hard. her life by thinking for and watchingover seen him. One day while she went by and then
was busy in
that were destined to a report came that Mrs.\
t entrap unwary "Finally the Carrington had
report came to them after her mother's friend. Honoria re-
was really a little room otfIr.!\ Conwav's studio that
joined her
I\ f flies. husband
R ( two or three years, that a widow maul noble this i nnd and Charles Everurd
Ambrose young enough to see therefore gentleman suddenly I started I from his had.
Frank to
was strict up
a business child gone Italy. No word
man were living in u tenement house few but without little or message had
not hesitation
n accepted, a work to grasp the hands of a visitor
in business hours und just entering come from either
,
therefore the necessary streets till': and the during her illness and it
,
description the who
mil agreed: so I''r.fct.tl charge of an invalid at times was the room.
work connected with for hcr
I tho will was soon )' with Mrs.:\ Leslie that Ilonoria felt irritable and often unjust.It Wh)', Everard, when did arrive?" back was a bitter awakening, a turning
you to
::3 their
J. over Everard sure it vas sire, especially as fur some lIIonths seemed iw if 110 one would ever fully Avon Conway and the American artist sources of all the new ana
beautiful
Charles was deeply interested in had (been Mild that Mr. Leslie was appreciate the possibilities of that questioning emotions springingnp her trust
wore friends but
great and
the faces using ever always heart
ar-
watching eager clustered about the tul. to realize the ,
s. sir table in tho outer room. money heavily. I happened to have eager nature, or read aright that character guing, so, as they immediately started a discussion it seemed delusion und'whlch. ('\ '""- r
some leisure! just then, and, being in Leroy clear and with its faults to her, sing had been II
had pure as: crystal, Ilonoria found an to v- IjIIl
Mrs: Weston been "a opportunity ing. She felt
faithful steward culled at the \\'l."tons. when Honoria and its keenly the iluVased coolness
all
usked l on the surface, 'Irtueshiddenllke furtively watch the visitor's face.
fi lie and had done so m ootl me to go with her and see; i If the in the depths anti make allowance She began of Mrs.Veld. and it intensified her longing
in her lifetime con report was pearls ocean to realize then what she had been
i; culetly, :, that parutivcltattle unconsciously for homo. Mrs. Weld
n correct They were, at that time, keeping for its apparent inconsistencies. Certainly desiring for time did not care to return I
5. of this world's some the
past for
goods a
wa left for the lodgers not like Mrs Weld. year or more yet so when Honoria
woman
u renewal of that
ns
help to quarrel over. The acquaintance which "had
artist kept watch We were directed to a wide, but ill Kate Leslie the cared proposed going bactirnlone she eagerly
her last
kept : on contrary never made
f the I till he detected memories of Peering so pleas- nsrrecd. The .,. .... _. .,./
tho >
company street, thc exni n o! -.f' i. m.r T
.. voting prominent features of I .
Ul WIIUHI Ilia iriviiil umi which were what frail barquesher-ship! sailed over if ant. Itut. of course. she__ only__n_ .L-.",,,.t. .oil..I. ...!,.? don Ilonoria had---insisted '
H "
SpOKCIl. saioons
) WU3: ana tobacco stores she only arrived Palely in port, for sho behind on-paying only
was
11.G" more closely ]her
easel and.
*''r delicate face ho looked I left the
: on, but there abounded and seemed steady accepting the price of her
to find lessons Yront
of in it employment. generally incapable remorse, or. even regret impression on Charles' mind that she MI'!!.
-H pride the either Weld
t ; largo grey eyes: Street cars, grocery wagons:, and while youth und beautywere hers.:! did not recognize him or did not desire so there was but little salary coming
?; to do
to
resolute
pot expression, ami. ono heavily laden her which was
gtn"r. to their drays were constantly (pacing Her husband's confreres ryecl'r the so. paid with a few cold I
tilt a ra\h.\ depths us into tho und repassing. Miserably i rugged and dissipated beautiful American Madonna, as she, was Ilonoria's absolute] truthfulness words of farewell that were
cb : crept deeply flowing river men and. lounged was!'!, at blows to the affectionate iKSifflKters
tu women
vit ,were \- on thc street called and Honoria wall: constantly hearingof times a positive injury to her girl.
word a cle- .as', read which gave too corners, and half chat children played and Kate's social successes, for few l'eoplecan wig. refuse to believe there is among those nate that Irs. Weld did nut know

could gaze: lu "' ', personal property\ quarreled t i in the filthy gutters. resist fire charm of attractive manners or in our prosaic age as devotion such to u thing stood at present, or she might haveTiad
additionally
eta ,1'3 It "My companion' face sad nt to beneath the surface if that is principle. the satisfaction of
breast trauslr *" grew very care go It made her appear timid torturing Ilonoria by say-
'P 1'a+ r.t' sousaud dollars t the bights.I The day had been fuggy, and agreeable. It wa hard to detect the false ; which Kate Meredith something of' lug, "I told you so." .

huh her'Mn.Vwton'a lit l101h.. -BO this bum time approach of night made the gloom thicker ring In her voice, or the insincere light in The latter believed never in could be accused. Still In mourning-robes for her mother,
self-assertion
few thousand so I that the lights burned and the !her Honoria sailed for America
and dimly
a five -w eyes.If : Jived up to her professions: and and was met on
I g'limn. found that barely eon church spires loomed through the alone is the prospered the by her
was Of up mist worldly success thing to besought but did so only after a sort of mental and A Se" steadfast friend Frank
.. 1eltt>r t'gacies. -wed like giant structures.
then Honoria might better neverhave moral. of .
gymnastics
Il i was! not dustrtb \ audible to 811all} \ colUlUe'norl& thltibut '" '* Think of it,' said sire 'a homo in such been born ; but if the development ofa tirely incapable.The which Ilonoria was en- The sale of her last picture had completed

d quietly varloua unttl some ire place, instead of among the everlastinglu noble nature it I the more desirable, then next time Charles Everard visited the the her purchase! money for Ambermere and
sat \ facclllushewand and struggling as her life has been escort soon drove
2 partial studio he asked if tUe artist her
w"___."-...In... tho will Then her. to "8 she spoke she 'UVIr' one hose it has been'more( successful than that ofMrs. named "'(}:)ton. had not a pupil SfttffiW, seeing her"*$ .taWM.Sd

'Ikt8'qutl'8ugestlon; : pWiknuothe '\\ 'felt cramped by & It. and who Carrington beautiful, wvalthy und ad "Yes," said Avon Conwa roniisinij an early visit. During her
matter for whicheaid worn gi veil (,rlilsoraglimpsefromnature ;} mired. ) "an Ameri- : absence he hud S* well T
4. call
id him a grntcfut gliicc : than 'w, of the blue line of bills be- Honoria knew that Kate and her husbandwere tug \\illLandonV fcrM"f ?considerable<5 talent, who is stay legacy that with her writing Investect and her' little

word Charles Evo-: wuudha') Viva" in Italy still but she hoped they might When Charles reached she found herself virtually i 1'3lntlug',
his
As the T, rty- left too friend room, her oM wlnu. Mir Leslie?" asked. Mr. not meet, for she never would. be woman of to Ilonoria, asking hotel he wrote limit she was unwilling to Idepndent.'sel.1
) f
hb I permission
back to native -.;. to call, in a fish
ra about her I"nmWbat: yoml her : t-d.: the world enough to feign the l love and confidence few concise, manly words and Idlene. Life :ad taught her too much
Jto U Tell me more ha I"tt Did you find toot her and\ littleEverard. she! had ceased to feel noria answered them as such Ho- for t. So the
she
saying beCame
reliable .tnctfO face greatly lute.. They were After a short Continental tour, nvistlyaloiitf that in the in the heat Arberrer grounds -
a .ahl law 'cr, vcry evenings: she was at
think. liberty an
toM j
; She wakes IDO savs, the you not, I Yes. Miss \\eston ,Many ')do.Yby ; liar Mediterranean( and as far as Greece, lie came once and then adise for hundreds of the earthly little waifs iktr
once. again till he poor
at be.
;Shakespeare Stanwood home l I Mr \\,1! and Honorh returned tOJ sent out
.IC or wbat ot their graces: reI *i :* tug- came quite at home in by the charitable
lUi'n. the societies
fJu to SOlne kInds !' She ha hud III.\Or. but had bcc'ni\IIIjt.) as and &. "Wi'; the I ,tatrtL'wbrre: I j it is th..I.I\.cu. : 4 iu string time pleasant : pleasant English Jare cities to breathe the fresh of our i
them, but as i enemies in her pawning! article of Jewelry irhy, T'he'ln\'uli,1. still fit-trie! ., ,' u.l( they went 5nlV when 31ngliil1 home can ramble over the country air
terrible depths urllu't help ilIstTtL one J Ii: taken to the green fields. in +
by nerve( nd ))1elghta or unsuspicious heart has while pined, 1 t.' b'untifu'| '. Ctr, '?, I ut onto: tit Mr.*. \\Y.d; fi ivndliving near the inmates. Honoria hearts of the world her heart went Alone
I was out to those In
: Site was very sensitive
uuble \\'oml1u. I the ofChtMrr to the
lovely curious i Shecemcdo
hff fuW"<
|ifc.bptoften '*? her tl'+ds to pit-rail*, near which"., a I with her golden hair, her fresh tetnrpleztuuitleit itiCSr I* deeply( at;'...luM d tn her attentive comMull. any herself mental and she atmosphere in which she found her lame little cndition.with and she invited one of

win 'hh naLl11'e ingtabouttb rou you \ Ulitlit'd hcr ,",un.inltbeni\ ncbielati Itctit.'Cl- the IIIO. tI 1 ttli>, hud nuoexl her through two''m nraesU l. I : society. He wih ( .
t11aet you : at glint \t {113''Q > -\i esdiiriugtlitlrtrip.and" Iter\.t, but neither did he never Frul the *
withhold she could
IU-W desire H. into an I cent face stun \ i"Lf' iH-culiaritlos dgradu'I '! anti hu just "Beautiful see
(: himself 4 III't.h Iii Mr.u-e se practical Mountains '
I W criticisms
trial >\11 ; and
thf!! "' 'lLVing Charles to do the Umiorui, IH.' UII\ ,,,\crrf > I\'' ill the cons hlll t oe.('ui\;tti" were hl\'aluat.J on her farted herselfoontinually sbe cm.
juying ucnr Such
bht t IL attda jntnd and 1 treatment mad by s saying :
D1 t. hotly f;
t'1airand which, tai miu the
: ll wit'ttkltwork.tbut' +erfet'tly lit her Lt.. t. of
arnt lltory" inc \ Itreng.h the
*-"" the : 1 "'Wi l their t was l1u\ ; r'.. 'fhee 0 ( hills we bless
IwtenerwMlm'lyttt \'I\\l."rt1u: hod.
.sane, lots. live min theV estons anti to ... our fatlen'
..u thl'f
tune that thenight haiti kite ero Gad"I
+ r thq
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THE PLOIUIllltnOlt : SEPTEMBER 3.

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J Nearly year passed! quietly, but usefully, I HnilroiulH.ME AVANNAH, FLORIDA *; WESTERN; UOIXU tUST-IlT. MARKS MVISION.(7tcniayf ;.rr- M O II O A N LIN:

f by, wlien one day, In her wniuleringthrough -.-- ------ -- .. S RAILWAY.On ( Thnmlaysnttd Set urays.)

t a hospital! Lcroy, whither she often wenton CARD I.eavo St. Marks......... .................12.05 a.m.
charitable errands" Honoria was asked to" .L and after Sunday" Aug.: 28, 1831, Pass- Lcnvo \\'a kulla...,......,,....,..........12.30 n.tl1.
'r what they called the troublesome ward OF Tit R ginger Trains on this road will\ run as fob Arrive Tallahassee........................ 1.40 p.m.
where, on a pallet, worn and bent with ickI ATLANTIC, GULF & WEST:; INDIA) TH AXSIT lows: Fast Mail..lack'ville
ness she recognized Mrs! Weld. Remem Daily, Express. .
bering only the kindnesses received, and forgetting RAILROAD, Except: !Sunday: Daily. CONNECTIONS.

I the last few bitter months, spent together PENINSULAR RAI LROAD, Leave Savannah for Both Enst: nail West bound trains meet nt "
Honor! after a few kind word, hur Florida................. 1.20p.m. 10....; p. mu. Live Oak and connect with 2:45: train on Savnnnnh U. N. MAIL STKAMNII118Will
ried to the superintendent and made arrangements (H'nMo ranch) Leave Jcsup.,........... 3,401. Iii.nAO a. m, I.'lorhWe! tern Railroad for .
for transferring the invalid to Leave Wavcross......... 5.05 p. III. 4.35' a. m. Savannah and Albany.
i Ambcrmcre. The hospital authorities were Arrl'l'utt'nllahI7..IJI.: : ) 1\'. 7:12: a. m. Passengers for Chnttahoochco River Bondsconnectt leave. Cedar Key
.i very willing, and she was soon In a FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE: : 8.40 .
sunny, Arrive Jacksonville... p. in. 8.15 n. m.Iioave with steamer HebrclJ'vl'rlnghom: '
V'; pleasant room furnished but RA I LROAD. Jacksonville! .... 7.35: a. in. l 5.25 p. in. Thursday! \palnrhico1a, Fla.nnd FOR NEW) ORLEANS: EVERY OTHER
daughters every .
watched with a devoted care. Arrive at Live Oak..... 11.45: a. in.Leave :Saturday for Columbus Oa. nnd Eu- *, FRIDAY.'
It proved that she had lost her .... every '", .
1 t: property In Ctli 18.m Live Oak... 2.25 p. m. fUlla11\.
L in Europelnll was obliged to return home, i/cct May Leave Callahan......... 8.40 a. m. i.25 p. m. Connects with steamer l1. Gunbv Jordanevery >. I ,
I' I but was taken ill on reaching Leroy five Arrive at Waycros..ll.lO a. III. Sunday for Apalacldcola, Fla: and KEY .IIAVANA:
months ago. Doing delirious, no one could OOtXO SOUTH. Leave Wavcroxs,.,...... 0.30 p. m. every'ruesday! \ for Columbus, and Eulaula FOR WEST AND
find out where she I lived, and having no Arrive at.)lIp..12.3.' p. m. 11.05 p. m. Ala EVERY: OTHER SATURDAY..
1:1.//: friends in the city she was carried to the Leave Fernandiua....................... 0.00 a.m. Arrive Savannah....... 3.00 p. m., :2.00 n. m. Connects at Lake City with trains on the "
? hospital, where she might have died except Leave I Inrt' Road................ U...i 11.111. Passengers from Savannah fur Brunswick I.'lorie'l.'lItrul! Railroad for Jacksonvilleand .
:V for Ilonoria. It was a heavy cross the brave Leave Callahan. 10.52 n.m. take the Fast Mail, arriving at Brunswick 0 St. Johns River Fctnandina and Cedar
r girl now took on her shoulders, but she did Leave Dutton.........11.22:! a.m. 1'. m. : WILLIAM O. AMES PARSONS & HALE, Agents,
t'f not shrink. Physicians said Mrs. Weld Leave Brandy Branch .........U.3S a.m. Passengers leave Brunswick nt 0.3tl a. m., Key. General '
Cedar Fla
o might live n long time and would always he Leave Baldwin p.m. arriving at Savannah 3.00 p. m. Passenger.Agent. 0-13t Key, :

:;:. bedridden growing more exacting and difficult Leave Maxville. : : p.nt.Lcavc Passengers for D.irien take the! Fast Mail
:" 1 to rare for with advancing years. La\\'tl'Y 1.13: (p.m. Passengers leaving Macon at 7.00 a. m. ] LOIiIDA CENTRAL RAILROAD.OOINO HtJ'llUI SCHEDULE
)k\:'", ..111111'10' the days, weeks and years parsed Leave Temple's. 1.29: p.m. (daily except Sunday) connect at Jcsup: with -i'"
>)\J on, full of labors, but also full of the satisfaction Leave Starkc .,. 1.8.8:{ p.m. the l'nst.1111: for Florida. WEST. TilE STEAMERS :

,:.\i which only hers with work faithfully Leave Thurston 1.51 p.m. Passengers from Florida by the Fast Mail Leave Jacksonville .....,............... 8:15: A. M., .--- --- ,-
\,, done. Perhaps life might hardly Leave Waldo. 2.31 ...111. connect at Jcsup with train arriving\ in Macon Leave White House.................... 8:53: : A. !sr. ** nr
.,\'j tt !seem worth transcribing, as it is often easier Leave Gainesville....................... 3.30p.m. at 7.50 p. m. daily (except Sunday.) Leave Baldwin ........................... 0:30: A. sr. (t ST. JOIINHJ l 't| CiTY POINT J]
:.v'if,' to concentrate one's powers on n great sac. Leave Arrcdondo 3.52 p.m. Palaco Sleeping Cars on the l''CIIIltram Leave 1)I\rh3.vil1r.......................... {):5i A. 1\1.
) \ rifice or brave act than to travel with unfaltering Leave 4.07p.m. daily between Savannah and Jacksonville Leave Sanderson! .........................10:40: A. M.
'.r f feet the dusty highway of our daily Leave Archer........................ ".:"I!) p.m.( Charleston and Jacksonville, and Macon and{ . ...
I-cavc Olustce....... .. ...... .i..11:21: A. 1\(. .
s life. Leave Bronson 5.01 )p.m. Jacksonville Leave Mt. Carrie..........................11:45: A. M.
Leave OttcrCrcek. 5.411p.nt.I.cavc No change of cars between Savannah and Leave Lake.City ..........................12:15: r. M.\
CHAPTER V. Rosewood. (5.10p.m.Arrive Jacksonville and Macon and Jacksonville. Leave Live Oak.................. ......... 2:30:\ p.'1\(.
Cedar : ........ 0.55
Key p.m. Passengers leaving Macon nt 7.30 p. in.
Leave l\luI1l on..4.5: I'. M.
Spring-time lad'come, again and in the
e Ambermere; woods the anemone, hepatica UOINQ NOIITII. connect at Jesup with the evening train for Leave Drifton..............................0.40 r. M. or. .- '\
and violet starring the of Florida daily.Passengers. Leave Tallahassee ....................... 8:50: r. M.
were mossy carpet Leave. Cedar Key. 5.30 a.m. from Florida by the t Express: Leave (Quincy i ................,...........,10:28 J'. M. "IT TI. LT. leave Fernandina for JacksonvilleTV
the forest. The little brooks
were rippling Leave Rosewood......................... 6.10 a.m. train connect at Jesup with train arriving Arrive Cljattahoochee I lth.cr..1l:50 r. M.OOINCI and Palatka, nnd intermediate landings
joyously by and the title birds were build- Leave Otter Creek........................ 7.00 a.m. nt Macon n( 7.05 1&. m. daily. on the St. John's River, and Savannah
ing under the garret eaves. Ilonoria looked Leave Bronson................ ........... 7.42 a.m. Passengers from Savannah for Gainesville, EAST and Charleston! as folowst t'''
at this perennial renewing of "all green Leave Archer............................. 8.1111\.111. Cedar Key: and Florida Transit toad take. '
l things on the earth" us one listens to a Leave Batton 8.3. n.m.Leave the train. Leave Chattahoocheo River......... 4:30: A, M.Arrive From Fcrnandinn *
sweet hymn of praise. Arrcdondo Express Savannah, Quincy............................. 5:52: A. M.
8.5811.111. Passengers from for Madison FOR JACKSONVILLE PALATKA
One afternoon she was leaning against the Leave Gainesville....................... 9.35 a.m. Monticcllo,Tallahassee and Quincy take this, Arrtt'c'I'aihtilnssee: ....................... 7:30: A. 1\1. AND> ,
Arrive 1)riftoa............... 0:35: -
rough oaken side of the garret window-cas Leave Waldo .10.30a.m. train. : A. 1\( ;.' EVERY WEDNESDAY;

ing and, after a long. earnest gaze at the Leave Thurston.........................10.51 a.m. Passengers from Quincy,Tallahassee, Mon- Arrive Madison( ..........................11.30 A. M.
river always so beautiful to her, she bent Leave Starkc..........t...................11.11 a.m. ticello and Madison take the Express: train, Arrive Livo Oak.......................... 1:40: r. M. .\;.From,..- ". Fcrnandt'naFOR .
her .... ..................
head thoughtfully, while the sunlight, Leave Temple's. a.m. meeting sleeping-cars at TeboauviIIontO.10 Arrive Lake City 4:00: t'. M. SAVANNAH .CHARLESTON
creeping across the coil of soft brown hair Leave awtey a.m. m. Arrive Mt. Carrie........................ 4:31: J'. M. >
low on her neck and making pathway Leave Maxville .12.2!1 p.m. p. ALBANY EXPRESS.: Arrive Olustce.................... ......... 4:51: p. M.Arrive MT EVERY FRIDAY. t ,
over the dusty floor on which the little Leave Baldwin'. 1.10 Sanderson....................... l 5flO r. M. connection
motes seemed to dance, rested at the half. Leave Brandy Branch..... ............ 1.28 )p.m.p.m. Leave Savannah daily at........ 4.251'.111. Arrive Darbyville............... ......... 0:20:: 1'. M. Close made with steamers for.
shut door. She was rending letter : Leave Dutton I."" I.ln. Leave Jesup ........ 7.15: p. m. Arrive! Baldwin........................... 0:45: p. 1\1. Meltonvllle and Enterprise, also with steamers
"Dear friend it "how I ) Leave Tebeauville ........ 0.35: m. Arrive White House................... for Ocklnwaha River" also at Savannahwith
began, can Leave Callahan.......................... 2.22 p.m. p. 7:25: r. M. ': '
best ask you to forgive me'll will tell you Leave Hart's Road: : ...................... 3.25; p.m. Leave DuPont ""' ........11.55p.m. Arrive Jacksonville.................. .* 8:00: r. M. Boston!\ steamers and Ilaltintore for New.and York at Charleston, Philadelphia with,
and Arrive Tliomasvillc ........ 5.00
a plain :story; let your true, generous na n. 11\
Arrive Fernaudi'iu ..... 4.00p.m.) CONNKCTIONH.: Baldwin with A., (1. A steamers! for New York Philadelphia Baltimore
ture he judge between us. The letter had Arrive Bainbridge ........ 8.15a.m. ,
been handed to her an hour or so before, and Trains daily, except Sunday.: Arrive Albany ........ R..5. n. m. W. I. 1'. It. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville ammo with,.Northeastern & South Carlo-
recognizing Charles Evernrd's writing she Leave Albany ........ ...45 p. m. and Fernandina.! and all points North nndWest lira Railroads. for, routes North, East nnd
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,had preferred reading it alone. The writer Leave Bainbrldgo\ ........ 5.00)1.) m. ; at Lake City for Tallahassee, Alhanr' ,West.!
went on to cay that lie was at present in PENINSULAR: RAI LROAD, Leave Thomasvillo ........ 8.45p.m. Savannah, and all points North ; FIRST-CLASS: : PASSENGER: ACCOMMO
1 Rome, and.the day before, during a walk, ((1I'1Itl" liraiich.) Arrive DuPont ........ 1.45. a.m. nt Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steamers DATIONS.
had been the means of rescuing the Cnrrin:;. Arrive Tebeauville ........ 3.55: 1Ill. j. s. MCELROY: ,
tons from by a carriage accident ioiNU; SOUTH, Arrive Jesup ". ........ 0.15 1 n. 111. W. DAVIDSON, aipsterTransp'tmm Through/ Tickets and Staterooms secured

Both were rendered insensible by the shock: Leave Waldo Junction....... ......... 2.45; (p.m. Arrive Savannah ........ 0.05a.m. Superintendent. ? ;, and nor Centre all information and Second furnished streets. at office,'cor*

and taken homo, where he had done what Leave Santa Fe.................. ......... 'US: p.m.. yleepimgcarsrun through bttwccn Savannah .- -- 20.1y q. A. NOYES.
he could for them. It was first thought Mr.Harrington's Leave Hawthorne ....................... 1.05: (p.m. and Albany daily without change. tJllciertul( II';. I > 9. -

injuries were mortal, and after Leave Lochloosa......................... 4.45 }I.III. Connection at Albany daily with }pa: they were attended to the servants begged: Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.40 p.m. trains both ways on Southwestern Railroad it. n. HIMHH.SOuxi \, '
him to see Madame. Her face was as whitens Arrive Ocala............................... 7.00p.m. to and from Macon, Eufaula: Montgomery .VIA .
the pillows of her couch,: and her
eyes Mobile New Orleans jtiq 'A Steamblilp CO'M LINE
etc.
had ,
a wild agonized look. She shrank from OOINO NOUTII./ rl',
:Iiail'stcammer leaves for
its. gaze and Then asked if he ,had! come to reproach Leave Ocala.................................:).4.; a.m. : and Columbus' Bainbridge every Tuesday A and palachicola ,\ !...
her. without giving him time Leave Orange Luke ..................... 7.20a.m. Saturday. f '
10 reply she burst into a. torrent of words, Leave Lochloosa.................... ..... M. IO a.nl. Close connection r.t Jncks-ouvillo daily ,
between from which Honoria: ho learned and that the separation Lt-iivo Hawthorne....................... 0.15a.m. (Sundays cxcep'ed) for Green Cove Springs, .

and that she had himself was Kate'swork Leave Santa Fe.......................... 9.5 a.ln. St. Augustine, Palatka, Enterprise: : Sanford, .
managed to prevent Arrive Waldo Junction.... .......... 10.1 a.1I1. and all landings on St. Johns river. W 4
11 letter ho wrote to Chester ever reaching ,
Trains B. & A. 1 R.: It. leave .
there, that when she told him Frank was to'' ---.---- I on junction,
Ilonoria she :. going) west at 11.37: a. m., and for Brunswick. !
spoke falsely and much
more marry that he to,forget. In FERNANDINA it JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. ::: at 4.40 p. m., daily, except .Sunday. > iitTAitiii.FIFTH CARRYING THE 1L S. MAIL.

conclusion, ho begged\ Ilonoria, if she was Through Tickets sold and Slecping-Ciir -
Berths and Drawing-room Car accommodations ST.. FERNANDINA, FLA. t,
willing to hear him in to send a line
for him to Mr. Conway person s caro in London secured at Bran's Ticket Office, No. 22 ONE: of the staunch and elegant Steamers
The letter was long, and more than once In Effect May fitli, 181. Bull street, and at the Company's Depot foot the above Lino will leave Cedar Key
llonoria's tears blurred the page as she read. of Liberty street. n- URIAL lldllKH.:. METALLIC CASES, every Monday nt 4:00: p. m.,'for' .
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JAS. I.. TAYLOR WOODEN COFFINS CA KI' 1'S.
J t Warned by the darkening shadows to descend GOING HOUTII. ANI .
<1 she sought her room and wrote the General Passenger Agent. Telegraphic orders promptly attended to. Tampa, lU.1I1Riee. .

r. single word Come." By dawn the next Leave 'rnandina..ll.10 a.m. & 5.30 p.m., J. S. TYSON. Master of Transportation.: --- -- _.---_.._-_.._- ----..--_.. -..--- And ,
day' it was on its way to Charles Everard. Leave Hart's Road......11.43a.m. & 0.01 pan II. S. HAINES, General Manager 30 Sliver and Ocean NtcumboatN.MALLORY'8 ; + Ilraldcutowii,

When he arrived she met him frankly and Arrive Jacksonville..12.50 p.tu..L 7.05 p.m .. and every .:& Thursday. at 4:00

sincerely, too noble to appear aught but her GOING NORTH. l'J'XH.COI.AND: P/w;.'.torj
own natural self with him. lie told her JACKSONVILLE RAILWAY.On ,
Mrs. Carrington was incurably insane, and Leave Jacksonville......8.20 a.m. & 3.10 p.m F'40IUnS'I'J /\IHIIJJ-- Punta IlaNMu undflCey. Went.
had been taken to an asylum in England. Leave Hart's Road.......0.45 a.m. & 4.15 p.m. and after Monday, May 2, IRSl, Trains LINE. : '.
They agreed/ to not let Frank know Arrive Fernandina..10.25 a.m. & 4.50.p.m. on this road will run daily ns! follows, : -f-r: ;'..

his na'me had been mentioned by Kate, for Double Trains daily except Sunday.CONNECTIONS. GOING WEST. Connections\ inside at Cedar l Key with tht
that would have.injured the friendly relations I'lorlc14'frant1t! Railroad from and to all
between them. Dave Lake City..........12.30:\ p.m. Only Direct Lino to New York. points North and West; nt Punta Rassa with
1 'Vel born....!....... l. ItJ
ave .
In her new life Mrs. Everard was still in 1'.111. Steamer for Fort Mycre, Fort. Ogden, and '
Leave Houston.......... 1.38
many ways Honoria Weston, but her husband ::__ : p.m _____ ::. _. Pine Level. ..
honored her steady rectitude and reverence AT FEUNANDINA, FI.A.,' Arrive Live Oak.......... 2.00 p.m. ".",.iM Through Tickets arc on sale at Fernan
fur pure, and holy things. She well With New York and Fernandina Steamship Leave Live Oak.......... 2.30: p.m. 1 dina, Jacksonville; Oalnt'8vllleand Cedar ,
knew that in tho intimate companionship of Line from New York 9 Leave Custer......... ..... 2.48jun. t Key, nt greatly reduced' rates, for all principal .
on.
ml\rt'il'lllife perfect trust born of perfect respect a. m. or 4.00 p. in., and for 'l'lIl'Sdaykat Leave Ellaville.: -:::.-:...: :3.50:: pn,.: ------ points on the Gulf Coast.J. a

and honor, has the largest influence in Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains Leave Madison)............ 4.45j; p.m. M. GALPHIN. Oen'I Ag't,
making that ]life what it was designed to be With Georgia and Florida Inland Steam ---- THE FINE STEAMSHIPS, 13 Cedar Key, Fla.
by God. boat Leave(frmilic.:5.p.IIl.; :::::: ,

Captain Cranford's stripping trees have Monday Company; for Savannah from Savannah daily except daily Sunday:! except Leave Aucilla............ 0.10! p.m.l.cave1.riftou. _. WKMTKHN 'rl:X'H. ,1rST. MARY'S RIVER %

grown into a stately forest at Ambermere, With Charleston Steamer front Savannah .:.::=::.:( opm-----: : :-a C.u"r. HINES: ,

braving alike sunshine and storm, and so, and Charleston on Wednesday and Sunday; Leave Monticello.,.,..... 5.50 p.m. STEAM '/"lOMl'ANY.
bravely, is Ilonoria bearing life's vicissi- for Savannah and ITV: or AMAN, PACKET .
..,-tucks, realizing more and more that the Charleston Tuesday and Leave Uoy .jJ............. 7.15 1).111.) ----
Friday
' 0 ',T record of our Jives is all wecan carry with us With Steamer Flora from St.Mary's River Leave Chaircs..........,. 7.10 p.m. CAPT. RISK.ONE tj)

? 'into that "mysterious realm where each Landing Wednesday and Friday; for Arrive !! ....., 8.25: p.m. : of the above Steamers will (leave'malltlilla
shall take" his,!chamber in the silent halls of St. Mary's River Landings on Sunday and Leave Tnlluhosse......... 8.50 p.m. tor New York cryTliurs. ft4.jJ 1.

death.It is Wednesday. Leave Midway.........., 0.30: p.m. day, on arrival of afternoon trains from ::
glowing autumn evening as we look --- --
AT CALLAHAN, Leave =:: : Jacksonville and Cedar Key
Quinry .10.28
last
our on Anmber ere. Beyond the hills p.m. TilE8TIIIER.i: Y
the sun is sinking &allied in a flood of rosy To and from Savannah at 10.45 a. mil. and Leave 1\1t.l.leasant..l1.01.p.m. betweenFERNANDINA This line, having no transfers to make
and golden light, reflected from tree! and 2.20 p. m. Arrive Cliatta.JliverZll/'O:. p.m.OOINO .---;-- -- FLORA JIAUTIIA
stream and hillside. ---- --- RICHARDSON. .....
Charles Kverard: and AT BALDWIN, FLA., ---- Captain Captain ---- .
AND NEW: YORK
his: wife are under the great oak tree on the ,
To and from Tallahassee at 12.20 WEST-ST. MARKS DIVISION.Tuetdayt -
lawn and the noon '
as rose changes to purple and -
then gray and the gold melts into the blue and 1.00 p. m. ( Thursdays und Saturday) Offers the &&* DAILY SERVJCJ .--.

Ilonoria turns. to her husband And whispers, AT LOCHLOOSA, FLA., Leave Tallahassee........................ 0.00 a.m. BEST ANn CHEAPEST TRANSPORTATION -
softly : With Steamer Alpha for all Leave Chattahoochee...............:..10.10 a.m. The 'Ioru.leavcs. Fernandina furSt.Maryhr
The riddle of the world is understood landings on Orange Lake points and Arrive St. Marks.........................10.3.. a.llI. TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS.Vegetables River landings: every Monday, Wednesday
Only by him who feels that God is good insular on arrival of Pen. ; and Friday; -returning on Tuesday, Thur1
Railroad
As only he can feel who makes his love Train. eAT and '
GOING EAfeT. and Fruits will receivo 8|>ecial day Saturday.
The ladder of his faith and climbs: above OCALA. euro III handling. The Martha leaves Fernandina "for same
On the round of his best instincts, drawsno Leave Chatta. River..... 4.30 a.m. .t points every Tuesday,Thursday and Satur
lineBetween With State Line to and from Brookaville. Leave Chattahoochee... .1.3)! a.m. PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS ARKFIRSTCLASS day-returning every Monday, Wednesday
mere human goodness and divine daily except Sunday. Leave. Mt. Pleasant.. ..... ;5-15' a.m. and Friday. I' ,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from -Leave---- Quiiicy.- ---..:.,.-....-.. 5.52a.m.- -- i| ,;,
Ocala and
With But judging God by what in him is best and Friday Tampa, on Monday, Wednesday. Leave :Midway............ (0.11 a.m. The traveling public are offered the advantage Through Bill of .... ir
a child's trust leans on a Father's .,
breast." Arrive Tallahassee:...... 7a.m.: < of H DIRECT: LINK; WITHOUT I
AT CEDAR KEY FLA. by MALLORY'8 LINE of I St mm't'o
all
ANY eIJ.\ (ns.: Connections mndo at :
Leave Tallahassee....... 8.00 a.m.
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-- : the St.
--'T Fernandina with all steamboats points on Mary's.' ;
for all
With Steamer ) '
Miller to and (rom ] -- -- -- .
FOR KALE, la on Monday and Friday ensuco- Leave Chains'...==. :iii: .m-: Iiointa 'on the St. John's, ) klnwaha, and .

R EXCHANGE for improved city With Steamers Clinton and Morgan for Leave IJo 'd'a.. 0.03 a.m. Hh'.. and with the Transit Itail- | Clone Connection .

0 property New Orleans on Friday ; from New Orleans 1.11\ Monticllo......... 0.00 a.m. road at I-Vrrapdina fur all railroad stations!
on Saturday; from Havana and Key West: Leave Drifton. !.I..I.,) a.1II. and Gulf port in Florida made with the New 'York, Charleston' and

, SO ACRES OF GOOD HUMMOCK RICH LAND on Saturday.With Friday. ; for Key. West and Havana, on Leave;:' Aucilla i ..............10.10: a.m. FREIGHT: AND PASSENGER RATES: Savannah Steamers. -

Leave Otl'enville..lt).
a.m. GOOD ACCOMMODATIONS
on this Island ; fifteen acre under cultiva Florida it Havana Mail Steamship -- AS I.OWH BY INDIRECT: LINKS.: .' .
For Company's .Steamers for Key West and' Tam- Leave MudLton::=::::::11..0. a.m.
tion. information, apply tn l>a on Monday and Thursda} Leave ] Ila ville............1 2.M p.m... 0.30a.sm0 for I'wol>Cng't8. Excursionists and Tourist
lO.. HUIIIIKR, With Steamer ;Jir'Througb: Rates. and Dills of Lading will find this a very attractive trip as th.
37 Mansion House. Su.vannee Enterjmtt, for \*Anon the Ix-ave CU UT... 1.22 p.m to all points, scenery is grand, and alligator and other.
--- -- For information River Thursdays l at 0 a. in. Arrive Live Oak......... 1.40 p.in.IxaeJveThik For it io age or further information, apply game are abundant; _

? I'or Sale.A etc., apply to _respecting route, r.1tf'H. ... ;........._.._2.10.!p.uu __ __ to I j 'r Either of the above Steamers s can b*

Family Carriage, in perfect running order A. O, MAtDONKLL: L-'uve Houston( .........,. :!.:tJ p.m. R, W. 60UTIIWICK, agent, chartered I fur excursion f-arUt at any time.

Seats four Has |been but little used. Gcn'l 1 Ticket and IW*. Agent. l..can.dt.un.. _. .... :3. ... 1.r.0ltY & CO.
.Ipplyto ,Vt', It. I IT. DfBYfcE. D Ii MAXWELL. Gen'J Suj.t 21 tuii- A. H NOYF.f Ag t..23v2 .
,- Lake City.3,15#mF sn""; Pier 2>J E:**t River, New York, '. :2-U t I : Iv3; Fit lind.i.U:. VI*
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TIlE FLORIDA MIKUOK.'sATunDA lations collected in cities and rural districts, vite our people to try the coming season XIJ1 TOll I.U. COIU ESI'ONJIJ.YCI;. are just!'> ns! good as any that can be imported' : !,

that they produce criminal classes who are The vicinity of Fernandina, both on the nnd will be much more tractable mill COn.!
-= =- :' :c'- -::=-::-:::- :' =- '' island and mainland, offers supcrioradvant! -
I 'ISSL1174T habitual criminal following crime as a tented, as experience with those!
'BRPTEUBKR; S pur employed\
r ages. The soil Is good, temperature equable TilE LONG DROUTH AND ITS CONSEQUENCES: -
------.. -.,..--------- -..- ..- -. .. suit, and studying how best to. rob those who transportation regular, cheap and convenient PRICES NEXT STRING has shown. Liberal rations and sure wages
11(011
PROBABLE '
IS TO HAPPEN? have anything to be robbed of and to escape and the locality nearest for ship- will keep them from being drawn off to

1 1l i The New York Herald, impressed with the detection.If ping. Add vegetable growing a canning FLORIDA PLANTERS ADVIJFD TO SAVE. other work. With such additional force as
factory to use the surplus{ (when shipments! \ FORAGE AND PLANT FORVOE CROPS
iiT certainty of Mr. Garficld's death, on the 22d. we have fewer large cities and smaller! cense to pay), and we shall add largely to TENNESSEE VOLUNTEERS IN may be gathered near by one hundred milm:

devoted ft carefully prepared leader to a discussion population nt the South, we escape this class our resonrc('s. The days of large plantations FLORIDA'S WAR ETC. of the road could be put in running order be-

1 of the position of Mr. Arthur as an of robbers and can generally reach the occasional arc passed, at \least until labor can be tween this! time and the first of January.Alnchua ._

incoming possessor of the Presidential chair. criminal who nets upon the impulse had resident and subject to control, which, SEWASEE, TENN., August 30, 1831. / Advocate.
while any person! can enter a homestead or
'I The whole article will well repay perusal, : of the moment, and has not the train purchase a home for a small sum, does not The long continuance of the severe drouth, THE GEORGIA PACIFIC UAILUOVD. Tho

l : less from any positive value it has than ns! a I ing of the professional thief and robber. We seem probable, for a good, while. which extends over so large an area of the Baltimore; Sun of Thursday says the contract

i V { reflex of what is going on in the people's have every winter a number of these well- Silt/I ERIU Eq. Western! country, alarms alike the producer for building the Georgia Pacific Kail-

I, mind at the North. For the last eight weeks dressed adventurers, gamblers and confidence i This crop is A .pretty, safe one to raise for nnd consumer. A very considerable advance road from Atlanta, Ga., to the Mississippi

f I'r i ( there has been atruce.an enforced suspensionOf men, but they generally prey upon profit. The early shipments bring largeprices. in brcadstuffs and bacon has already taken river was signed Saturday last by the Georgia
and the is in whichto
long
season a
one raise
the factions of the the Northern visitors either from fear place, and speculators arc operating to
# hostilities between two or flhip.Ir.: 15. informs us that his )'ie1l10n Pacific Railroad Company of Georgia, and
,
Republican party Shortly before the assassination policy ______________ a little over an acre of ground, the past season prices beyond what there is nny present necessity t the connecting railroad companies' which

of Mr. Garfield the administration !' was 0,000 quarts, and net sales over six for. arc to be consolidated, making one
OUR COMMON JlOAltS. company'
r wine of the 'party hail achieved a !signal I While we are so-much interested in the h\11Hlrelllollars, HOI'S. I In Kentucky the tobacco crop is well nigha from Atlanta, Ga., to Mississippi river '

victory over the stalwarts, with much hu- projected railroads. which are now so prominent This vine will grow nnd yield well in Flor- failure, and the pasturage has become so The construction company which takes the

miliation heaped Mr. Conkling, their ida, and, maturing early, will sell at insufficient that all kinds of stock are being
upon in the public mind, we arc in dangerof a high contract for building this line of from 450( to
acknowledged leader. Mr. Conkling is not rate. The Brooklyn Judge" has grown a pressed! on the market. There seems now a
500 miles i is the Richmond t
that roads Danville
Extension
forgetting good !
common ure f'w'lIIes for last
< his disposition' fact the !\ twenty-five years for promise of rain, but so far it is little more
noted for forgiving !
1 not less necessary than railroad, and, in domestic use, and picks from the same vinein Company, which was chartered and
his character Is best known for his vigoroushate the same season two well matured than a promise.In .
fact, arc of superior importance to our interior crops. organized for this purpose. Its subscriptionlist
and unrelenting hostility towards those This year the first taken off June \'ieof the certainty of comparatively -
towns. A manufactory can be placed cror.WitS has completed for capital of $5,000,000.
ho deems his enemies. The President had, 1, and he is now second crop. short crop of corn and meat, and conse-
t- The board of directors
alongside:! of railroad and he nearly independent OKRV. having approved the
he deemed treated him badly so much quent high prices in the spring, it would be
I' M ; of any other means of communication Our truck-growers: would do well to grow list!'> which had been signed forthatamount,
that he felt it due to his self-respect okra for the part of prudence for our Florida planters -
i so own shipping abroad: a constant bearer made the first call of
but the farm product1! of the country: twenty per (cent upon
f to resign his position ns Senator from New for months, bears shipment well, and in demand to save all\ the forage they can, cut and
are raised over a wide urea of country and the stock, payable September 1st. The
.\ I at good Okra be construction
I York and, throw himself the countryfor prices. can only cure their crab-grass, now usually left in the
upon depend upon the copunon roads for t transportation grown :South:; und there is no competition, company thus has subscribed
vindication. Ho evidently miscalculated fields, plant millet, and other forage
rye
a to the nearest market town or railway I therefore, from other sections capital af $;.000.000. This, it is said, means
tile power which the bestowal of place K:IiI} PLANT crops in the pasture fields, making up their
I station. The cost nftransportationISdepend the early construction of the road frontt

and patronage gave the administration, nnd Here a prolific bearer, bearing I'arh11111 cane syrup so as to keep and help out the
emit upon{ the good or bad: condition of the until frost. This vegetable will pay well to lanta to Mississippi river, in the interestof t
forces which spring rations.
he undervalued the
opposing roads. If, upon good roadtenbales of cotton grow and ship. the Richmond Danville Railroad
syndicate
of his Florida readily raise all she needs of ;
the administration under the can
leanly( .
can be team in while FALL SQUASIIE4.'lime : which controls of
transported by a one day, a, majority the
skilful and sleepless opponent, the Secretary: liostaiNarrow!\ and other superior varieties corn and meat, but she certainly docs not
on a bad road it takes three days totransport stock of the Georgia Pacific and of the
i of State, would marshal} against! him. Had mature hero months before they do do It. Corn and bacon sides come in by the construction
the same quantity, it is clear that the bad North. They would, find a ready sale, and company.' "-Macoii Telegraph.
i it the contest been adjourned Con d1ng might car load and ship-load, and an immense
condition of the road entails more than dou- are here of a larger{ size.
It has been matter of
j have regained power, but his cause went amount of money is paid out to the North- always surprisethat
ble the expense upon the planter than good charters
f down, his followers deserted him and, with would MOlt LAW AND LAW.A west for these articles of daily consumptionwhich nearly all tho for railroads:
road do.
A newcomer, seeking n loCation
bitter of humiliation his should be at home. south on the pE'ninsullshould have fortheir
political produced
1 a sense [ well-to-do-farmer and
for would Le'cr respectable man
1f farming ,
1f life and power closed upon him. purposes ) in Missouri:' has been shot while making an The weather in the mountains is notIll terminus Charlotte Harbor, a place that i is'
greatly influenced by the condition of the
f On the 211 of July the bullet of a dastardly; attack upon a jail for the purpose of enforcing that could be desired.. Almost constant by no means inviting ; a low, swampy place,

assassin seemed to overthrow nil previous roads, nnd other things being clual'oulet mob law. The probabilities arc that he breezes purify the atmosphere and keep the infested with insects, and other causes nut
I v pay much. higher price for n farm connected was shot by the prisoner who was to have I I
j Ij, calculations and give a recast of thc.whole will a market by a good road than for been hanged. Thus: it comes about, througha I. temperature cool during the day, while the agreeable:; to tho living. Unless the bar at

situation by putting Arthur, who had been long cultivated And pernicious error, that nights are just cool enough to invite sleep the entrance at that place: has wonderfully
connected with bad road. It is
I placed on the Presidential ticket to placate one a a mat- I an excellent, perhaps, and otherwise!\ law- and perfect rest. I am surprised that our improved there is, or was not some years ago

Conkling, in tile probable position of Mr. ter of importance the farmer in every way. abiding man, has! so far given a criminal, a Florida hotel men do not establish them more water than there is at Tampa at flood
The wear and tear of wagon and harness, professional: law-breaker, the advantage of
Garficld's successor, with nil the vast patronage the hardship stock which and him that he is justly shot for violating the selves for the summer in these highlands. tide. The Macon Telegraph says that it is: '

and power of the Executive office at his upon worry law, while the real criminal has become the Supplies of all kinds arc available at comparatively the finest! harbor on the Gulf. How such an

i disposal. However decorously the surface strain with a load through holes, bogs nnd agent of the law for its enforcement and up- low prices, and the season is much erroneous idea could have entered the brain
heavy sand\ ; the worry and impatience of holding. All this bus out of an erroneous
grown
of things has been kept undisturbed by the the driver, causing him often to vent hisspleen view of punishment, and of the intent longer than at the North. Two large sum- of the editor is hard to conceive. There is

rival hopes and fears of these factions, there of the law. The real purpose!'> of the mer hotels are now in successful! operation Pensacola, St. Andrew's Bay and Cedar Key

j jI a, has been no day or hour since the 2d. of July upon the poor brutes who are doing law I is! to make criminals feel that it is An ever in this vicinity, at Beersheba and Mont that surpass by far the water depth nt

I jI that their future has not been uppermost in their best over execrable roads ; nil tell present, overshadowing avenger, to make Eagle, and there are more people domiciledin Charlotte Harbor. Tampa ought to be the \ tr,
upon the prosperity! und comfort of the society feel that the law is:' always cast about
1 V the minds of these waiters upon Providence. farmer, who is unfortunate enough to be locAted the citizen, and that he who lifts its shelter private houses and boarding-houses at terminus for railroads. With the dredgingof

What will Arthur do? Will ho furor an entirely bad ing folds to strike the citizen in his personor this place than would fill\ a good hotel of respectable three miles, which would be at n small ,
on a road.
I new cabinet? If so, will not Conk- flroncrtflllls fit once beneath 'its rnrsp.Protection'id dimensions. Good inducements expense, ships could go to Tampa. Tampa
!, Again, with a good road he can send, to : not in the arm of the sheriff
ling certainly bo the premier, and will it not market frequently the lesser products of his the policeman, but in the moral force of an arc offered, and the investment, it is believed, Bay is one of the finest in the world, and

bo a Conkling administration 1 Will Conk idea. Punishment in particularca.ses is only would be a very profitable one. presents! unusual attractions and facilities. S t, ,
farm
1 poultry butter small fruits
1t ling allow his enemies to enjoy the fruits of eggs, :' vegetables to uphold that idea, und not to satisfy! the During the Florida war Tennessee responded Even if Charlotte Harbor should become

office ? What obligation is ho under to doan etc., which aggregate a large sum in feelings! of the injured although the law allows to the President's call for volunteers and the terminus, it would be suicidal for any
the course of the year. that the injured, filled with the idea. of
? Did the half-breeds his friends or sent I believe road to leave out Tampa. is bound
/ spare To the market towns it is of quite as much revenge, may become the law's assistants.!\ two regiments there to fight Tampa
consult his\Vi hes? ItLsourturn now. Thousands Tor this moral force the mob, sometimes the Seminoles, and I occasionally meet one to be the central outlet to the Gulf in that
importance that all
of the roads
leading to
will now come forward and profess it composed of excellent men, mistaken and of these old volunteers, who takes pleasure section ; the place i is healthy, one of the best 1
should bo 'Pq.1I gOIllqrll.cr'J, Towns owe mad. with passion: substitute a, mere brute
h that they had stood by him In 'goad I report their growth and support to the farming force, which\ 'speaks to the criminal and to in describing his adventures in the then wilderness places for invalids in Florida, and will, no

L.I.I II 'mid evil report, and never deserted him. In country of which they are the natural trndc the public, and to others criminally inclined, region of East Florida. The Floridawar doubt, become a great resort for pleasure

I.! ,, fact, it will appear; that nobody had deserted % hy I no sanction, I by no high authority. For is an old story now-forty years have seekers. Railroad facilities will bring the
centres. The around them will
country settle all(
him, no one hud kicked the dead lion. Tho that such punishment! teaches the criminal passed since the red warriors were trans- place up, and-ir a few years: it may be count
'I'r up according: to the intrinsic worth of or other criminals, he might just ng well
I !trail thinks the ,lion and lamb will lie the lands for farming purposes and! the convenience have been kicked to death by a mule. It is ferred beyond Mississippi, and but few ed( one of the growing cities of tho Gulf.Palatkn .-.

down together in a sweet and placid [political of access to market. \ no new prop placed beneath the overhang ofour own people now remain who, in olden Ilirald.

millcnium, in,which (the generous stalwarts 1'eoplofill ing law no strengthening of the temple of times, by turns pursued and pursuing, tray
travel ongood roads in preference to justice: by wise new exercise of authorized
}poor a THE SALT IMtVSTliY OF THE
will insist the half breeds versed the forests
upon keepIng pine glades and
\ ones, and they will travel with greater, frequency power. It is not the entire social Ordl'rl'l'ak-! swamps
Ir all the offices, in sweet spirit of self- when it I is pleasant and convenient mug through its authorized channels: to all morasses, occupied by their brave and wily COUNTRY.

sacrnco.Vith. all this family dilllculty the men. The law's restraint, on which we rely foe. Census Bulletin No. 245 just issued, contains -
to do so. As a town it affords better .l'
grows for is not in time of crime the preliminaryreportof
Hulltli has had nothing to do. It has given protection, onecase -- ----- Special Agent
i it stocks of merchandise and market for the committed and punished, but in the thousand RAILROAD NOTJS. W. L. Rowland: upon the salt manufacture
,'ir Mr,Ourliehl, In his contest with stalwartism, small products of the farm. If the town l is cases! which are committed, because of the United States. The number of

t an undemonstrative uielicenee in the apparent well the law hangs liken suspended sword over establishments for the production of salt
with thl'8so
supplied
principle involved. as to render the every man who intends l" criminal net, nnd SANFORD, LAKK KUSTIS,& OCALA RAILROAD. .. has decreased from 39[ !) in 18GO to" :2G4 in v
1 cost of living small: with an abundant because he feels that I there is 1880. During the
supply : an nil-seeing Mr. K. O. Rchrer, civil engineer, of Lake same period the amountof
SOCIAL it gives the town und /firm hand behind it. salf produced: has increased
CllIAfKS AND INFKLICITIKS. growth by the coming: eye a : Eustis has the from 12,771-
in of additional inhabitants attracted Mob law i is:! the voice and the act of passion completed preliminary survey 793 bushels to 29,800.208 bushels showing
1
by
I that of of the above road as far as Lake Eustis that the salt
speaking: by no authority save! I industry is now carried on
Whether it be the season, or the comet, or these advantages. The growth of the town the passion:' of the moment. It speaks only arriving here on the evening of the 17th. by larger establishments, requiring much

whatever be the cause, the record of social, advances) the growth of! the l"nml'.1iatl''i" to the victim. It is exceptional, and thoughit The line as surveyed, commencing at the more capital nnd producing proportionally

a i crimes has: of late fearfully Increased Onepeculiarity cinity. Hut town cut olTfrom the country pursue crime hundred times it will, in saw-dust a larger amount of salt. The following
I each case be l'xceptional.Ioreover., it is pile three-quarters of a mile southwest amounts of salt
F of these recent crimes is thealleged by miserable and almost impassable roads were produced by solar
)
criminal and teaches the lawlessness and of Sanford, passes south of Sir. Chew'splace evaporation : 888,96 bushels! : from sea or
I respectability of the parties, undo must, necessarily: bo retarded growth andprosperity. ) want of respect for law which wrought the north of II. L. DeForest's, along the bay water, 014,158 from inland lakes or nat-

the curious feature that well-dressed! peopleuoemcd It is:' therefore, the common interest crime it has )punished., Under its reign the south margin of East Twin Lake and ural deposits, and 2.91)3,000) from subterra

I: on that recommendation alone, to of town and country to have the best :, criminally inclined feel only that it is, as along near brines. By artificial heat from subter
t between them and mob law, lawlessness the north margin of West: Twin Lake, ran can brines t the following J
amounts
have been able to victimize all sorts of possible roads: and bridges, and to share were
against another. Within the few weeks produced
past through Dr. Bishop's grove, through til- : by kettle or pan process, 8.853-
+t i: people .eminently respectable appearing freely in the expense of maintaining them. we have witnessed in Tennessee two cases rich's, Lcfiler's and Wellslager's beyond 821 ; by steam evaporation process, 1615331.
groves -
s man, well dressed and of unexceptionable They are more important than railways. of hanging for rape, a crime which, more There is capital of $3,225,740 invested: in
t and south of Dr. ::
a.j1 There market than any other, rouses in a man the fiercest Montgomery's and the industry ; the greatest number of hands
manners, appears as: having beguiled were thriving towns! long before
if- sentiment ofdeadly vengeance. In one case, WilliamIarkham's grove at the Wekiva. employed at any time during the
I ; thirteen respectable women into a marriage, railways! and good turnpikes and yell at Chattanooga; the guilty wretch who deflowered Here at the Wekiva, the surveyor 5,005; number of wells:\ 539! ; kettles year 9,347-was
t with systematic theft and kept roads built them and and murdered his victim says ;
robbery forgery up sustained was speedily will be the pans 1,051 ; settlers: C61 ; grainers 533 total
of
greatest: difficulty ;
:, accompaniments, and yet to have escaped them. It is:! comparatively) easy in I Floridato punished by law. Honest wrath mav exclaim grade-the valllO) l L i I1 aterialy; used l1urin n the year P
approach on this side of the river
in its indignant that instant death being $2.00557(5.
so
capture or conviction for several durIng have fair and passable roads. We haveno rage Michigan leads in the prod tic- v fc
years, -
must follow this crime, but to what pur- much higher than that on the west side. turn of salt, having x E
I ( k\ which ho has been preying upon socfety rock, and !but little mud to contend with. .,........-,-,?. /2i".>..i..mil.. i..tin...f. w".n..11 t u Im t.in.ra nfli. ....\./_'..;.troKI.w ,_A From thence on it passes over an route eis oi solar evaporation produced, 2.094,830! 153.500 bushels bush by K,
virtue of his Let the State and conceited eternal torture to the easy the
by respectable" outward appearance \ Agricultural Society odor a applied Mr. kettle and pan processes, and 10,177,505
past Sawyers place, Lake of the
Woods
criminal could not atone for the crime, and bushels the
tor by steam
and his readiness: at forgery He ventured premium the best ten miles of evaporation
country
that he deserves no I less, calm reason asks, and the north end of Lake Joanna to the New i: the list process.
raad.f rkJ8next with
tt at last: one step too far and made: u respectable of what o -> nearly
avail has it accomplished the end ? shore of Lake Eustis, near Clifford's wharf. and Ohio and West Virginia
and highly-connected ladyu TllUCK FAltMl\G. It rather dwarfs:! the crime for tho mob to The line I is just twenty-six miles and next with nearly' 3,000,000 bushels-
x { Richmond his victim. Her friends made say by its act that it believes atonement can runs each
4 It was only in the year IH-lrt j( then two bo made: by the destruction of the guilty through splendid country the whole dis

common causo to ferret out the scoundrel, men from New Jersey came Norfolk! and wretch. Culm reason 6.1)C.: and will estali.IWi tance. The estimates! of the surveyor will Host-Office Notice.

and ho is likely now to meet his deserts. commenced raising vegetable for Northern it, that there is and must bo no crime bo sent immediately to Dr. J. N. } Office Hours-From
Whether his previous victims had nofritor society cannot aild'viii not reach through Bishop! 8:00: A. M. to 6:00 P, M.
market The varieties: grow \\i-ro but wo to the law. The highest triumph of law is: president of the road, who is now North, Money Orders and Registered Letters from

more likel.I\refcrreJ to let tho wrong; go start with. I"rml'ar to year the business where society stands angry, tierce, tumultuous and we hope{ soon to be able to chronicle the 8:00:: A. ?' to 1:00:: P. 1'''* and from 2:00: P. M
unpunished rather than to incur the publicity and the ..twayitiij and but to 3:30: p. M. Sundays from 10:30: to 11:30
expanded list increased In lS1iO : back forth self-con. fact that it will be.commenced at an : A. M.

h of exposure, is not known ; but the quite large area was planted, and the kinds tained, l'um'altiJl! and abiding by the day.South+ tToridit Journal. early ARRIVAL ASD DEPARTURE Or THE MAILS.
.
conclusion is: natural that a selfish reluc eiubraee.ltwelve. law'ser.Kct.. Then ..oclet'topcaks in thunder Northern Mail-Arrives daily at 10:25
varieties. The businessva.s tones which all men hear. Thus it spokeat THE FLORIDV. !SOUTHERN ,RUL\Uy.-1t is Closes A, M.
; tance to'expOlc! a scoundrel him free toII. resumed in 1865! and has 5:00: P. M-
foul
t46 now a"MuJ\f'lllarg Chattanooga when the wretch was hurried highly probable that the Florida Extra J/rl l- _
V prey on others until those were encountered proportions{ daily steam-hips); required to his lawful doom. The cases where will have much Southern For points north of Savannah

who crime.would No doubt> make great no compromise social crimes with to move the crop for u |
many manths. The list including small fruits, inul classes 01J1thu words of Ktyantl TrarsitJlailroad-
passion und
compounded ( tho ) they have employed are very greatly pleased ,,Arrives,................ ......
are rum unwillingness of now I is over forty different kinds, und the fury. When society thus sneaks through; ..........,.... 4:00 P. \I.
at the treatment and the cash for their labor Clost'S................. .........
'the victims to encounter the notoriety which value fur the of 18.") the mob it may convey its will that speedy .............. 8:45A. :\(.
it seems, the special business of the Northern milliontolla upson.* was over one death shall\ ho'meted to the criminal) but it they have received, and willle'r)' glad to it tat J'wridfl_ .

to give its readers.; f'J.> Jt. has &i>okcu" without effect t. because the crimInal continue with the company. Large additional Arrives.......................,............... 4:00: P. M.

press' At Norfolk a very large nrpcifec' 5 1-*. incurred recognized no lawful authority the force can be gathered from the Cluscs .................. ........,...?. 5:00: p, M.
Criminals at the North have learned that in the making of hot-beds, ulhllits. I voice.Wlifit. western Jactionnlh and St. JA .

t .#ooxl clothes: and a good address are wont to to force and protect plant 1 Heroin Florida its ju.-t indignation comes forth part of this:!. county and from Marion, Arrives, ....................10:25:+u Kiver .
.I.Id .If .It .It calm aii t t'ron" thrum :li f'i" authorized being encouraged by the of (I loses ........ A. M. 5:00: p. )I. ,
'disarm suspicion, and they alt1'1)itlnll trnck ;< .certainty getting ...............10:00>
V
-funning can be pursued much h':>iiI tImoutbpie. o* nocl"ty. lh' !'c-. >n conveyed their wages. We should P, M. 5:00: p. M.
,,; tin-lit .slrt3 of Ibis knowledge to prey tiH>n I cost, and sent forward' much earlier. As in L 'ur" with Ut rid ni'-aniiu .I'll t the criminally would not be difficult suproje that it Arrivl'8 St. ,\lar aUfl Trader', hull Jail-

the uUSII: >4II<>cUng. Confidence gtlmcsIIlIl'ht- all untried industries, it i is, subject to mistakes iiK-lii.il l nv o.::iUL tiiiu! the flat of to get quite a number Clox'l :: Tuesdays and Fridays at2u'JOp.: )I.
of hands from Mondays
the all- amwcrto' ''' allllwal' '(orth. Thisis I jwrts of Columbia and Thursdays ,
religious roles etc the [ II"' Suwance at 8.00 A. M
itckliig., arc lighter and
,
contingencies! but time and exporience solar of and St. ) iry't
n tr'it' !ht- j people Tennessee will Levy counties if efforts were made In Ga.t otlyArrivemiMondays -
forms: of genteel-dressed crime. Forgery, will remedy this. Wo look to see, in have, toon or Lite, to nr+rgrulse. If they do those sections tu ant1Tlrur, iavs at SO0
secure them. M.
raUeJ checks, mock marriages, etc., equally the very near future, tiuvk-farmtiti; a large not rw'iil4. it there I U infinite peril ulund.Xloi There is no ,. Ttlt'it1a11 and Fridays at2SOp.M.: A. ,
particular advantage: in ;
ah.unJ. and' n In a' i h tl1l' 1OO1\\'t'r of the wind which return drawing laborers' \.l.'Iln'l'da'und8at'da
profitable industry.'v: mil) *ntio articles from remote iii hariot of whirlwin.ti.-Xwl/u'il/t carts
u ( or from other TUl'ltla's
,
it Is one of tho.., conditions. of largo popu. not as yet much grown, which we in-1 ,.1 alt ritlll' Those that be states. Fridays and\Vetlnesdays, }
>. may t'nli.totl'tllu'lltl'r) the. work Saturdays at 2:30 p .M.
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FLORIDA MIRROR : SEPTEMBER a.

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('.rdllt II. E. DOTTKKEtt,
l-roft'Nlltlollnlauullh'NIIIC'N"
TIll: GALE. ; committee, unit out his force engaged at went flying in every dire lion, but no ono -,------.-...-.-
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work, but trouble experienced in getting was injured. The Tybee beacon light WHIt1O'l'lf FLORIDA, '
hands under the circumstances. The mayor some sixteen tl'l'tllllt of its way. This "')1. II. (1.? lUJUYKi':, TJ1KRNAND1NA
THE FIEtlOEST AND MOST MSTKl'CTtVK STORM
gave instructions for the prisoners who are light was lit at a very great risk hlr.. A. PKVLKR' IS
KNOWN-SAVANNAH lUOIIT tN TIE: serving out light sentences at the barracks to T. Sanders. who watfed through the water / 1 F.XKRAL; COMMISSION: ( MERCHANT,

TRACK OF TilE HURRICAXK. bo put to work on the streets, and what waspossible :, breast high to do so. He also, during the Fine Family Groceries I ,
The storm which passed: over this t section was done. The mot !I'rlluoj, heaviest: of the gale: went up in the big light CKNTIIE: ST., NEAR R. R. DEVOT, :.-, ,I
structions the lines of railroad and the and wound up the clock work which supplies AND '
\
,
of the the 27th lust. of FI, V.
country on was one )principal streets were removed sufficiently \ the oil for the lamp. FHRNANDINA: -

the fiercest and most destructive to human to admit of the )passage of vehicles. ------ OnfN., PROVISIONS.Customers .

life and property ever known. In this city SAl KATE OF ENOtXKEU FITZOF.KA1.1. The dale in CJuirlcttton --haCorn-- ---,.------ -... --.,-
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and harbor, although the wind wns blowingvery About 9:30: o'clock, while the wind was was attended' with consldeinble destruction, JAMES: : IcGIFEIN, -
hard, no damage was done cither to blowing ,violently long iron spike In one
storm CI10ICK
:
the
getting
and equally as severe in great can rely upon
was
of the harf against which the steamer A N D B U I L D K R,
\\ posts
the shipping to Savannah and
or ,
property. mill Cv ricr : CONTRACTOR
Jf. IS. riant was 1 lying, was on tho pointof of 1J74* The AVir says .
vicinity, which seem to have been right in being forced into the side! of the steamer, In the eastern and southern parts of the AII'hl1t'l'd: between l'l'ot1l111ltThird, GOODS, MNOTH1NO
the track of the hurricane, according to the which was jammed up against the wharf city many wharves wcrelhll\\n "l'11. The section

Savannah AVuv, have sulTorc.1 fearfully from the strong current. The chief engineer of east" of F.a- Bay, between Ijmrons and FKRNANDINA, FLA. ( BUT TIIK FINEST BRANDS

.I the destructiveness! of the terrific tempest, the steamer, Mr.( Richard Fit1. l'rClh1jul\1pl'l Calhoun streets., including some dozen Orders and, estimates! from distance. care-
on the wharf, and with an axe, commenced squares, was submerged In the depth of attended to. 25-tf
and present woeful picture of devolution" cutting! the wood in order to got the spike! several feet. The Battcr.v wn also submerged i, fully----.--------- --.--- --_._--,-- -- arc kept in stock
and ruin out. lie had nearly finished, when one of time water running along: South Bay 0. S. OAKEN
the vessels that had broken loose from the in stream.. The made lands In the southwestern -
We condense the following from the
veryfull Savannah, Florida & Western Railway portion of the ('itWl'e also under CONTRACTOR: RWLDF.K! ANGEL &; ritir.xi),
AND ,
of the Morning; AVics of Monday[ : \
reports wharves struck the steamer. He then attempted water. Roofs and window blinds were
The hurricane (which was reported in the to spring on board the Plant, and, blown down in various parts; of the city.! MVNl'FACTt'RTSM01'IWNS T>AKKRS: AND CONFECTIONERS:;,
Gulf! by the Signal Service) had its coming I I miscalculating the distance, fell into the The shipping' in the harbor\ being warned of

this way heralded on Thursday night. river and did not come to the !surface after the storm, rode it out safely: Communication BRACK: t KTS SAWF.D: AND CHOICE;
; Throughout Friday it wa blustering and! wards. Mr.( Fitzgerald was a very skilful with Mt. Pleasant" and Sullivan's Island TITIINF.D ,RAUJSTKRS: : ,, NKWKI.M: ,
threatening, and the afternoon especially indicated engineer, and had many\ friends in this community I, was cut oil and the telegraph wires were sn STAIR IL111.S'OOI) KAVKSTROIHIUS : CJrorcrieN, Cigar' nod Tobacco! ,
that we would probably have the bv whom he was highly esteemed. i damaged that it was 111'I'C"rto:\ take the SIIKATIUNO
: ,
full the night i old and! Sunimcrville\ :! bring them TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.:
force of storm. During Friday Ho was about twenty-seven years dispatches at nut WKATHl'.RBOARDINOANnFI.OOR: I l l:l:I( -
the violence and velocity of the wind in leaves a wife, a very estimable lady, a native to the 1'11h\' rail. .\ colored sailor of the ( )! -
creased, the direction being from the 1'1\"t- of Jacksonville Fla., to whom he had! sloop Claudia \\'nlllrnwtll'jll\ !>t off the pier 1NU. Weddings, Entertainments, and Picnics,
northeast, and continued throughout Friday been married not quite a year. The deceased at IIcnnctt'8! Mill.AtJAlX( furnished at tho shortest notice, at rock-bot
night with scarcely any abatement. The tide was u brother 01"r '.oplauo[ .T.kllll'11"" Fitz t>rtld, ., flair land Church Work tom )'ricl'-nt.,,, '
was very high in the fiver, and the reports owner of the !steamer Jf. H. I'lnnt, of Captain HOW.FUL.. IO.t;" ANGEL'S BAKERY,
from Tybee were to the cll'oct. that there wasa Fitzgerald of the steamer City ;/ A SI'F.CIAl/i'Y.: :::;' Centre Street
perfect gale, hence the !steamer Plant did HrMycton, and also had brother living in 2:1: :',- Opp. old P. O. Building.f .
that night, and the few Tybi-o Jacksonville J Fla. A MARKED tMl'KOVFMKNT !> TUK rnrJ'wRNT'H \))001n:; WINDOW FRAMF.S:: J :
residents in the cithall! to remain At \
over. > '
The remains were taken to Jacksonvilleand CONDITION: SINCE OVK AST UKI'OUT. t
SI.K3.PostOiUVo ;
daylight Saturday the wind increased in violence OF ALL( : : .
and raged with an intensity! that rendered interred in the'athiOliecenietcryof !that The condition of the: I'l't +jlellt has materially Box 171. : ;; ;
pedestrian\ unpleasant and rather city. since last Friday." On Friday Jan J.'l'rllllllitilllt.'la.. ; ;

dangerous.The TYBEE t5L.tsn.\ Improved __._ ______ .,.__ _,_,_ .. ..L._____._.__ i reserved fort
evening his mind began! to clear up and :Tiff space
damage during the 11aWI.e.: however, The intense anxiety which \prevailed ,,'. K. B,1I11CNIG11'V" JftjE0*'
The of the '.
not as great as might have been expected.A throughout tho city to hear from Tybec way he became rational. swelling .'g'A.'' '
number of trees in various portions of the relieved\ yesterday afternoon by the arrival parotid gland began to dicreasc. Pus was AdF.NT, 11. WOVEN,

city were blown down and in the suburbs of the stetunttig) i'ul'e.CitI, which left herein : discharging from the car and the incision WHOLE8AI.K ANn RETAIL '
the fencing suffered ; several of the telephone the morning for that place. No; intelligence I 'fhe of the President's AND STOCK DKAI.KU: Grocer mid Ship Chandler,
improvement
communications interrupted : had been received from there since more freely. BUTCH ANDiealcr "i $\ "
limbs of trees falling across the wires and the Pliant left on Friday morning, the tug condition was maintained during) in IC'('. i\FERNANDINA, FTA.q .
bearing them to the ground, and the streets CaiKMchcc, which left the city on Saturday Saturday and Sunday::; and he continued_ "gts'' .
.
B E E J V A Hl'gCIAI,1'htOo V i :
with branches TFNNESSEI: ,
and sidewalks were strewn turned again and "
morning not having up taking liquid food by the mouth\ appa'cntlydige5tiug !!1';:
leaves and China berries. So fierce was the known at tho time what was her :
it was not Mrs.( CJarlleld'sfamily ] 1 Stmcirr: WHARF\ ; ; -
wind that it was impossible for any one to fate, though Inter in the! day it was found it. Dr. Boynton, :": : ,: J
protect himself from the driving: rain. Umbrellas out. that she had landed her passengers at physician, made the following statement 19-tf FKRNANDINA l FLA. .

were practically useless, as the wind King's Landing, and afterwards was driven in; rwgard to the President's: condition ...-- ..- ... --- -
turned them inside out as soon as they were ashore Wilmington Island. As the Jil'-i
raised, and there were a number of wrecksto rat City hove in sight thousands of people to n reporter of the Associated( Press on == IMPORTANT NOTICE =

be seen along the streets. Within one lined the wharves l and bluffs to gain intelligence \ Monday:: : .
square on Bay street Wl'l'eoeen three umbrella of friends on the island. Were it not for the advent of scptictcrnia -
wrecks, and the number of damagedand The wildest rumors had prevailed, and in tho President's case he would now be
bent parachutes it would be: almost impossible though bad news was anticipated no one convalescent. The stomach trouble of two J. & T. KYDDArc !
to estimate. dreamt of the terrible fate which had befallen weeks ago, glandular complication, stupor
During the forenoon the wind shifted to the loved ones of some who were in and delirium, rapid pulse, loss' of strength,
the northwest and blew big guns, and again town. etc., were all duo to this cause. The wonderful clearing out their largo stock of'
1 to the north and cast in the after Tho wind, which hnd been increasing vitality! of the President enabled him
t. 1 noon from early in tub morning was blowing at to overcome all of the dangers! and compli SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
The steamer Plant on Saturday morning the rate of seventy-live miles an hour at six cations attending the wound prior to tho oc- ,
started for Tybee, for the purpose of bringing o'clockl\nd shortly after this tho house of currence of the blood In his ,
up those who were anxious to return to Mr. Henry Solomon, on the ocean front, case scptiaemia! hud unfit ruined the very To make room for Fall purchases which arc now arriving
the city, but found it impossible to make a which was supposed to he one of the most foundations\ of life, producing a condition .
landing. The wind was blowing at the rate substantially built houses< on the island, was much resembling! typhoid fever, attended MEN'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING
of :bixty-cight miles per hour and the water blown down. In the terrific gale'which was with stupor, delirium and great prostration.The .
w was washing over the wharf. raging tho mishap could not be seen by the of digestion !and assimilation FROM LOW-PRICED TO FINE GOODS.
About 7 o'clock the gale seemed to gatherin neighbors, though: it attracted the attention had been pretty much arrested, so that, \
fury, and was accompanied by a tremendous of some colored men near I by, who com although he partook of a sufficient amount ISAItUAlNS IX IHIKSS
driving rain, which continued uninter- menced the work of getting the occupants of nutritious food, he' becamegreatlenia: SUMMER SILKS( ALIr-WOOL LACE BUNTINGS, LAWNS, LINEN LAWNS, RAREGRS -
,
auptedlv for hours.A out. A few minute!!after tho ruins took lire, ciated i and exhausted. The blood, besides
feeling of uneasiness and apprehension lighting up the entire beach. The neighbors being vitiated by the absorption! of septic : and GRENADINES, SWISSES: TARLETANS, VICTORIA and PERSIAN LAWNS

generally prevailed, and words are inadequate among them :Messrs.: ( II. I*. Smart, D.II. matters, had become more and more depraved nt low prices. Slimmer Silks, -from, Fifty, .Cents,upwards.. -
to decribe the fierceness and destructiveness Kennedy and A. ]:. Abbott,' rn<;l)( of the gale. The globes on scores in tho terrilie storm and rendered every assistance to assimilate food and transform it intQ Gents' Fine Furnishing Goods a Specialty.Our .
of the lamps were broken by the falling and succeeded in rescuing Mrs. blood. The President has been laboring

limbs and the lights extinguished.. Dark Solomon, wifo of :Mr.: Henry Solomon, and under tho influence of this blood poisoningfor Improved Dollar Shirt I is the best, unsurpassed fit\ and 'quality.lllenched .
ness was thus added to the appalling character their son Nathaniel,from the burning muss. some time, and during tho past week-it ,
of the night. Mrs. (icorgiana Wolf, wife of Mr. Joseph" became evident that unless a favorable and Brown Cottons, nt Wholesale Prices. Fruit or I oom ntIO

:Many: persons were afraid to occupy the Wolf and daughter of 7. Falk, 1'sq.: and change soon occurred his vital powel would ('('nbq 1O- I Sheetings" cents.A .
upper stories of their houses, and there were her little Halle and her On 1 for the better I
daughter
"oungbrother give away. Friday u change case of splendid Standard I'rlnls" at 0 cents per yard.
hundreds who enjoyed but little sleep, remaining Joshua Falk iithe noticeable indication it :
perished was tho first\ of
We arc Agents tar KVM\ .fc CO., leading Clothiers of New York City
all night in' apprehension of fttr' .
up flames. These nnfJrtunllto'ictlms were being an abatement of stupor and delirium. .
trouble. crushed to death, as :Mrs.Volfs: ( skull was This was followed by the appearance, of FALL SAMPLES( :: now ready; 200 btyles-sixty of them from >SIS: to $.S per ", ..It.
About I) p. m. the signal otlicc felt the found to be. fractured and no cries were other favorable symptoms, which indicated Fit guaranteed. '
l' force of the tempest, and the roof was borneoff heard from those who were afterwards that tho blood being eliminated, "
. except tens
poison Sell
and the instrument smashed. Mr. II. #,,r A visit to our establishment will convince you that, whilo wo do not
rescued. The bodies were recovered and that the system I was makingun effort
"'. Ford the olllcer in charge, remained at Sunday morning and brought up to the cityon to rally from the terrible 1f'preslio1caused inferior! Goods: wo are tho Cheapest, I)ry Goods" House, from :Maine 'to

his the till the last moment. The velocity tho Forrtt City. An examination of the by tll'l t kemia. The problem was now to Florida. !i"iT.
of wind at the time was estimated at (s 0 where this house had stood showedthere sustain his strength until nature could further lrjssc T.YZ>
miles hour and jt is thought that it ,
an was not a vestige of it left except partsof elimiiiHlu tho poison. .
reached 73 miles later. the foundations., the embers being scattered Tho President was weaker on Saturday New York OlHcc, ) 17'tf { N.J Cor. Centra and Third Sts.,
The tin roof of the Morning ..""elL's building in Beacon )pond Le'o1l1.1:: r. Falk than at any previous lime, yet his conditionwas 83 Walker Street.:! J 1 ')"'(Fernandina Fla.
was torn up and carried oil'; and the ruin lived in the house belonging to Mr.( A. less critical than on the two preceding

poured through in torrents, flooding the Lefller, but ids family, when the :storm came days. On Saturday it was more a struggle
composing room, and the compositors finished on, sought refuge at Mr. Solomon's, us they with exhaustion, the cause of exhaustion W. A. SA N BORN.
their work ankle deep in water. The .
thought it a safer place. having, to some extent, been removed whileon
rain continuing, the water forced its way _. ... ..
The flames from the burning building cast the preceding days the exhaustion was ---------------- ----- ------ -
through the ceiling into the various departments a dim light through the heavy rain, and nearly as great, with no apparent abatementof
of the oltlce, including the editorial added to the terrible scenes then being en- the cause. If the blood poison continuesto
rooms, the bindery, job department, and acted on the island. Albert Page, colored, be eliminated, und no more septic matters
even to the press room and paper wareroom got his:. hack and leg) broken while assisting are absorbed, the President will I slowly
The damage is very great, and with the wind in getting out the inmates of the house. but surely regain his strength. In his present .
howling! without and rain pouring within, :Mr.: James Jones cut the bannisters and condition it is not impossible that there
and a plucky composing force working manfully pulled out Solomon. Hannah further of
young may be. a absorption septic matters
in dripping clothes, landing in six Spring,colored, had her leg burned. James bringingin with it"el'iollscompliC'lIt1IJ1I9, Z WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, Z
inches of water, the Sunday Telegram of the Joyce in the employ of ,Mr. ROOM, the but it is confidently hoped that such will not
s S 28th:! was gotten out. The like of it has butcher r, rendered valuable services. The be the case. No irreparable mischief has occurred -
.
never' been seen before and wo trust sincerely destruction which ensued almost immediately vital
to any of the organs, and recovery -
will never be witnessed again in our following this calamity was fearful is moro than ,prolmble. As the pro ,, .
experience.At )Ir, 1'. C. Roterau's house was blown down. cess elf digestion anti\) assimilation become Rail Steamer and Sail "
one o'clock a. m. the storm, in a measure (One of Mr. Rnwo's houses was blown away. more fully reestablished, better Mood will be By ,
t, a -J subsided. Rain continued to fall but Mr. A. Ix'fller's house, occupied by Mr.I manufactured from the 1 food, which, as it O 'f .r O
the velocity of the wind decreased to about }l"ulk'sfllmil, was blown down. In the row circulates through the system,' will stimulate: .M1:
thirty miles an hour, coming in spurts. The of cottages owned 1 bv D. C. Bacon .t Co., to a more healthy action all the functions of OF''m::
worst of the storm was considered over, and those )lessr!!. J. G. I fey ward the body. The process of repair in the cr1 pqoo:
the is that the hurricane mo'e.1olf luerarui I
impression and E. respectively, were blown wound, which is now nt n complete standstill A LARGE STOCK
in a southwesterly: direction towards Oalvcston. !- down. Mr. :: house t
McVeigh's unroofed
was will be reestablished. The discharge of tI
The ram fell, however, for some but of the remained there I
many guests pus, which has almost ceased, will again become Z.Z
timo longer, and ever and anon tho wind preferring it to other places.:' In fact, all normal as to quantity and quality !
would burst out from the northeast with
a
the houses: were of course injured more or granulations will spring up and the womdwill
fierceness that would excite for the moment has The bathing-houses t and dancing-plat rapidly heal The glandular trouble,
fears among tho hundreds of anxious watchers forms were swept away and piled away off although tho result' of the septic und depraved 1 .
and workers throughout tho rite that in the woods: and the beach presented a condition of the blood will become
the terrible hurricane had not passed entirely clear divested of these structures and J F1JBNIT-rJ.BE [ .
dun
.. epaco not only i annoying, but a ;: t-roiuH-ninpli-
At ln the of horror ,
away. t night came was a* smooth as a billiard table, the sand cation, und its subsidcixv\ : \ was a \ 'n' Important 00
to an end, and\ daylight dawned upon sucha drifts and hills disappearing before the all- element in hringinguboutthefuvonihle;
scene of wreck and ruin as has never before -
powerful cyclone.
change: in the Prt-sident's condition.
been witnessed within the memory of :Many: who abandoned\ their homes took I
the oldest inhabitant. 'fhe memorable storm Wednesday the parotid Dwelling had
shelter the woods in the hammocks,and AND- <.
-
of 18.SJ though, in the opinion of some, possibly others made their way to the Ocean House, decreased" materially in size and improved e' z
as severe, was not as destructive and where Mr. Ybanez t'll at their disposal very much in appearance. All the patient's I '
ptolotiKcd, and the damage was not as gen- whatever he had. Here the insatiable storm
era!. Throughout the entire city, from the vented its by deluging the lower symptoms indicatedadecidedchangeforthebetter. GENERAL MERCHANDISE ti
power 'Y
eastern to the western, und, from time northern floors with water\ CVerything was done to The parotid swelling had diminished } ,

to the southern borders, .there is not a asbi: +t the unfortunates and make them as xo' much in size that the patient could ,. '"
street or square which does not show theeffects comfortable as the occasion would permit, move his jaws with considerable facility and "
of the frightful gale of the 27th of On this side of the island slue has cut .. .
a .
.n -
feeling this to be the case he asked fur a lit ; -
1831 ----- '
August, which will into "
pass!! historyas itself through, through which the water ----- ,
an event that brought in its train fearful ran, making the )Beacon pond one large lake tJe'bet'f..teak. A >mall piece' was given him '1, .

desolation, woe and destruction. The sight and the settlement a long peninsular. and l lu chewed it awl swallowed, the juice, '
presented in the early morning hours can In addition to these, Mr H. J, Vatican,
His pulse during the morning fell to 95, the I '

-, Streets scarcely were be understood blockaded\ from in every u description.direction, the *telegraph' quarters,operator on the sand, and hills the,signal near the officer lowest it ha '('ach'll since the 8th) of August CALL AND EXAMINE OU STOCK. :s:

and were rendered impassable to vehicles. Martello toner, were in u bail way, threatening During Thursday tlo! jatirnt; held ids,
Large trees, huge piles of tin rooting, bricks, to dUsolve in wrap lumber at any own. Tu{ jluiidiil. ItIw.lillg! uinl l wound I' -'
broken pieces of wood and debris of "
kind every; minute, the ot>ratliij room taking! flight were (II nth doing well. lie ;
;; were seen which could
ever way one
about djrk. )tr, C. C. Klweei: theoillrer In
look, Kven i pedestrian: found it difficult to charge o( the work, with assistants, went to take; nourishment with incrruscd ri.Uh.Tho .. I i'' .
.
!make their way along the sidewalks, Tho the rescue, and carried Mr( Vatican und his fjiic tlon of Hit Piv-Mt-mV ruiiuval I '",. ;. .
( importance the obstructions of .getting the principal streetsof family,fur safety to the light-house.( from the White I louse i is again discusseul by I _. ,/l :
: as speedily as possible! *
t wa recognized; and by 7 o'clock AldermanAylwwortli. .\ UIUVK: ACTIUS. the uttending gur';c\nos, but no definite con- W.

r chairman of the..trct't und lane The lumber for the kt-ept-r', new hou e c1um iunbaryetIptenarrivelml.l A.. SANG Y@" Rev., .

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : SEPTEMBER 3. .

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PRANCE, United States, Belgium and Sweden undoubtedly ( IMICA: : i, ..11t1:( 'rO It'". BAKER COUNTY Attestor of Tkrcs-Thomas Barco, Cotton

carry ofT tho palm for the extent -- County Judge-ll. D. Davis, Sanderson.dfrk IMant. -.? T,
United State O l'erlil. Revenue-'Frederick 1 I ,j.,. 0)",
TilE ELECTRICAL EXHIBITION. and general utility of their exhibits, but -V. .). Pons, Sanderson.Sheriff Collector of

To the Editor of the Mirror i even the tlrst-named country I Is far behind( LAND OFFICE, OAINE8VILLE.Register : -U. f,. Herndon, Sanderson. Oca la. of SclirQls-H. C. Martin, i
Superintendent
1 I fC -I,. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Assessor of Taxes-George P. Canova, San
fT PARIS, FRASCK, August 15, 1881. hand in its preparations for the opening Rr.ccn'cr-.John F. Rollins Gainesville demon.! Fort McCoy ,

The French government, and notably M. day. The manufacturers of electric-lighting 8I1Tt'rIrJr-Jrllr.rtIl-lalacl.l Martin( Talla Collector of Kcvcnue-Richard Kennedy, MONROE COUNTY. ,

Cochcry, the enterprising Minister of Posts apparatus have, perhaps, more nearlyreached hassee. Darbyville.! County Judge-Ch&*. S. Baron, Key West.
Tl' than those of DISTRICT counr. Superintendent of Schools/ -A. J. W. Cobb, Clerk-Peter T. Knight, Key West.
und Telegraphs, in convoking,: a congress of a stage of completion Olnstee. McriQcorgQ A. Dcmerritt, key West.
lIflur-Tlloll1l\ :Settle; Jacksonville
+ electricians, and forming special cxhibi. any other class. Foremost among them Is Iarshl-J./ H. Durkec, Jacksonville.! DRUiFORD, COUNTY. Assessor of Tares-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,

lion to assist their labors, have rendered a the Anglo-American Brush Light, Company( ClrrI'hllil' Walter, Jacksonville. County Judge-J. It. Richard, Providence Key West.
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marked service not only to science and In. with an imposing array of elaborate and INTERNAL: REVENUE. Clerk Henry Ii'. York Lake Butler. Collector of Revenue-Walter C. Maloney, .

du try but to the world at large. The practical decorative electric lamps, and the ncros.! :+ary Collector-Dennis lagau.Tacksonville.P4L1jrTOR.i Assessor ltcriff-W..Ta.re8-N.W. Tumblin C. Htarku Lake Jr.Superintendent, Key We t. of Schools-J. V. Harris, Key
of Wainwright,
application of electricity, excepting tot machinery for working them. These, with OF CUSTOMS.; Butler. West. .

t
as Is proved by the fact that no sooner course, call for special notice when the illu Edward; Hopkins, Jacksonville. Santa 1e. J. Baker, Fcrnanilina. t

r has one inventor made some valuable add!. mination of the Palais de I'lndiistric com, John F. House, St. Aueu&tine.J. Superintendent of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, '
M. Currio, Cedar Key. Starkc. Clerk-J. ..\. Edwards, Fcrnandina. .
tion to existing apparatus than another mences. For the present, however, the exhibition BREVARD COUNTY. {Sheriff'Vein Cone, Fernnmlina.Atsesmr i

steps Into the field with something yet more is only open during the day, the Installation Stale (Olllcer County!! Jiidijc-James A. McCrory, City uf Tara-Vfin. II. Garland, Fer- A

perfect, only to be again distanced by a thin of the rnotivc-machinery npt beIng Point. nandina.
of KXKCUTIVi: DEPARTMENT.Governor : : Clerk-.\. A. Stewart, Titusville. Collector of Ret'C/lllc-\'urrell F. Scott, ler-
discoverer, and so on ad infinitum. Not onlyis yet sufficiently advanced to allow
-Win. I). Bloxham Tal1ahas.sc.! ..18llcllooj Taxes-Wallace R. l\101leOeor-!'! nandina.Superintendent.
the machinery which past research into its being lighted up by electricity in the Lu,1tcwuthGot'crar-Livingston, W. Bethel gianna. of Schools" A. Mahonev,

the depths of electrical science finds application evening.. _. ______________ Key West.Sccrctary f.MlcctrJrof Ret'cJtllc-lo' M. Platt, Lake Jes- Cal lahan. ''
undergoing daily improvement and THE SUWAJtEK Sl'IllXO. of State( -John L. Crawford, Tal sup, Orange County.Superintendent OR,\NiECOUNTY.County .
tho marvellous force lahassee. of SrllOolo-A. Grady, LaGrange / .hulye 11. L. Siimmcrlin, Orlando.
but
amplification, To the Editor of the Mirror, : .
Comptroller-W. D. Barnes, Tallahassee.: Clerk-3. P. Hugliey Orlando.
which at present serves chiefly to convey SUWANEE SPRING, FLA., August 20. 1'reosl/re-IIenry A. L'Englc, Tallahassee. CLAY COUNTY. Sheriff-Thomas W. Shine, Fort Reid.

t from point to point our words and.voices In sight of Ellavillc is the junction of the Attorney-General-George I*. Raney, Talla County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor! of' Td.rrs-James M. Owens, Fort
and to light our streets has probably yet to railroad hassee.: Park. Held., Fla.
the
find utilization in a thousand of which Withlacoochco and Suwanee rivers, Commissioner of Landi-Hugh A. Corley. Clerk;-O. .\. Buddington, Green Cove Collector/ of Revenue/ -Nat. Poyntz, Orlando.
ways
tho Suwanee and "Old.
I bridge over Tallahassee.\ Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Becks
inventors of tl.e: present day have not Columbus." In the early settlement of this Superintendent( of Public IJIitmcUon-B. K. Sheriff James W. DeWitt, (Green Cove Fort Held.:

dreamt in their'wildest, flights( ]imagina part of the country, Columbus was a placeof Foster\ TlltJaha-4: 'c.AtljlllrllliGl'llrrulJ.B.. Springs.! PUTNAM; COUNTY. -;

tion. The initiative so boldly taken by considerable trade, where merchants accumulated Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor( of Taxes-Wm. Conway, Kingsley. Jndne, of l'rnbnte-B. Harrison, Palatka.Mcfk .
France In the furtherance of ft science which BUREAU OK nl IGIt.\TION. Collector of RCL'Clllte-Wm. S. Plummer, / -Vf. F. Forward, Palatka.
fortunes this the head of Commissioner A. Robinson
being Tallahassee.
Maxville. Sheriff Thomas Shall).
may bo .cal d upon to ,revolutionize' the navigation on the Suwanee river during Superintendent of ScTtools-l\r. F. Geiger, .1./1"/1illl'-8. E. Timmons.

world Is, therefore, at' once 'opportune and high water, when boats could get over the Clerk-II. C. Long, Tallahassee.Special Middlcbu rg. Collector of Rct'elllle-Joseph, Price. ) I ISuprriolettie'nt
The fellt8-8ulIllc1: Fairbanks, Astor Public, /lOoI8-J. W..Strickland. .
( indicative of remarkable foresight.' exhibition COLtT\I; COUNTY.. / of
: shoals" between Columbus and
numerous Building, Jacksonville ; I). S. Place, Waldo. .
:' I of clectric ty.Will show the world Troy. Colonel A. II. Cole was one of the SUPREME COURT. County Judge-W. M. Ivcs!' Jr., Lake VitroClc'kJohn TAYLOR COUNTY.:
exactly how far the science has been' carried Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
r : I principal merchants.: Ills large store-house, Chief JIl.are-B. M. Randall, Jacksonville.! Sheriff( -J. W. Perry, Lake City. I County Judge, -W. II. Parker, Perry.
; it will 'place before our eyes in condensed ai well as the other business and public Associate JIl'llce-J. Wcstcott, jr., Tallahas Assessor of Taxes-L. ,v. Rivers, Luke City. Sheriff:Thomas Ostecn, Perry.

Ii :,i. form the results of ycarVof patienttoil houses, churches and private dwellings, see. Collector of Taxes-J. L. Parish, Lake City. I Clerk, -Jolm C. Calhoun I'errv.

J jf I' in laboratories in ev'ery' part of the civilized have all disappeared. The railroad made Associate J'Mtice-n. II. Van Viilkenburgh, Superintendent of. Srhoo/s-Juliusl'otsdoner, Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin,
Jacksonville .
11"t '
; ibe' Lake City. Perry.County .
and will incite xhlbltors
globe; new depots of trade ; the merchants, moving Clerk-V. H. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Treasurer. S. Sutton, Perry.

i f! r'" themselves to renewed emulation by placl'ngtheir off to other places, left their houses CIRCUIT JUDGES.Firttt ,County Judge-William\ A. McLean, Jacksonville County SUrt'C11orVox, Perry. .
<- work side side with that 'of their Collector Revenue 1Assessor
by of .
I' i
i :\ vacant; desertion soon caused them to decay Ciicuil-Augustus! Maxwell:: Pen- \ .
Ta.rC3-H. II. Peacock
: foreign confreres.' The struggle for supromacyin and to be removed, and of all this once busy I .sacola. Clerk-Thomas; E. Buckman, Jacksonville.!'! of Perry.
;: the first International exhibition of : and inhabitant i Second Circuit-David S. Walker, Tallahas Sheriff Uriah Bowdcn, Jacksonville. ST. JOHNS COUNTY.
and
II '\:<- the kind will have the" effect. of allowing town people only one dwelling i Assessor of Taxes-A. J. Prevail Jackson County uduc-)1. It. Cooper, St. Augustine. -
I. see.Third
: remains : the captain of the ferryboat eltcl/it-E. J. Madison.:: ville. .

.,. 1I electricians to observe tho advantages of one that passes over the Suwanee an occa- Fourth Circuit-James: M. Baker, Jackson Collector of Revenue Moses J. Brown, Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.
$11 system, the faults of another and, by comparing sional traveler. ville. J ackoll! vtle.SUjlrdnlcmlell\ Sheriff-llanion Hernandez, St. Augustine-

II I '\ notes, to start with fresh zeal on the Fifth.: Circuit-James 15. Dawkins, Gaines: / of Schools-Albert J. Russell Assessor of Taxes-David L. ])Dunham. St.
The soil is about Columbus
generally very poor ville. ) Jacksonville. Augustine.
immense field thrown to their inventive
Y open its chief and valuable product being Sixth Circuit-U. L. Mitchell, Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. Collector of Keren uc-Joseph F.: Llambias,

genius. The congress, in the meantime, the pine tree. The population is sparse, and Seventh Circuit W. Archer Cue ke, Sanford: County Judye Henry J. Stewart, Jasper St. Augustine. .
will deliberate on tho. thousand! and one Sujicrintcndcnt' of Sdlonli-C. F. Pcrpall, '
not much farming carried on.. the people Clerk-J. Caldwell Jasper.
.)' ;i) '' knotty questions which have yet to be solved being principally- engaged In the lumber- Court Calendar. Sheriff; -James M. Duncan, Jasper.lssessor !St. Augustine. .
In connection with electrical research, so of T".reI1-J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. SUMTKK; ('uUNTY.C'oanlyJtdycllenryS.CnsidyLcesburg

that the dual l undertaking of tho French business. FIRST CIRCUIT.; Collector of RI't'cnlle-'V.. II. :Me: Lend, ,,
Hamilton county has some very fine farm Fall TrmSanta Columbia County.Suprrintcndent Clerk-Thomas J. Ivcy, Lccsburg.
government will aid at onto tho scientific ing lands, both hammock and pine. Those Rosa! 2d Monday in October. of Schools-Joshua H. Roberts SlurijJ-J. S. }) '('hcs, LCl' bnrg.
I': tho mechanical and tho 'conunerclat'inter. Walton, -1th Monday in October. .\n erulll. ..J".c.'soof Tares-G. I'. Wall, Webster.; "
., about Jasper arc of n very superior quality, Holmes: 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday: Collector of RC1'CIIUt'-John W. Dyches,
J ests bound with
up the'gr.eat movement IICRNANDO COUNTY.
.
yielding good crops. Previous to the war in October. Lccsburg.Superintendent! ,
I' which is at' present taking so large n holdon the farmers grew wheat in the neighborhoodof Washington: Monday\ alter Ith Monday County Judge-W. L. Fricrson, Brooks- of School.t-A. C. Clarke,
our everyday life. So rapid is the march in October. ville. Sum terville. .
of that If Belville, on the Withlacoochco, and gaveIt Jackson, 3d Monday: after 1th Monday in t'lt'rk-.T. C. Law Brooksville.\ .
improvement ten years hence a up becauso there were no mills to prepare October. SIIf'rO'-J.( B. fickler, Brooksville.Asmssor \ SUWANEE COUNTY.

r similar exhibition ''were'to bo held in tho It for use. There arc some large scupper- Escarubia,1st:< Monday in December. of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks County Judge-M. M. Blackburn, Live

!same building the apparatus shown today make This: uduml'llttt'l1.tioll\ 2 of act of February ville.Collector\ Oak.
vineyard! where they good
would as'the ong very JO, lSiU, and does not change tho of 1lCt'CIIltc'fownellll! Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
lr jut probably appear as antiquated ... '" I wine ; but owing to the drouth, tho grape ::; 0 Brooksville.\ Sheriff John 11. Sessions, Live Oak.
''Rocket'' locomotive-of, George Stephenson crop Is short this year The ]lands in'the Spring'1'crnt.TTI tin Tntct1T.Sj.ritll Superintendent/ of SchrQlI..II. Thrasher, Assessor of Tarea-" II. Sessions, "'el-

I tit in the eyes of railroad engineer of tho eastern part of the county arc very good TermTaylor Fort Dade. born. '

-;} present time. This" result would, however, pine lands!, growing the long cotton ; very 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday: in HtLLSBOROUCill COUNTY. Live Collector Oak. of Revenue Robert F. Allison,

t bo owing in no small degree to the impetus little short is cultivated in that section.In April.Madison. County Judge-H. L. Crane, Tampa.Clerk Superintendent School -J. 0. C. Jones, r"
( : :2d Monday in April. -Win. C. Brown, Tampa.
imparted by tho interesting show that Paris Live Oak.
(
this county, on the west banks of the Hamilton 4th in
!''t Monday April. Sheriff). Isaac:! Craft, Tampu.
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now oilers to the world at large. Suwanee, arc the celebrated Suwanee Mineral Suwanee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday[ Assessor' of 7"I.1'l's-o'3. E. Sparkman Tampa. 'OJ.C8ICOUNTY

The Exhibition of Electricity was for- Springs, upper and lower, where tho diseased in April.! Collector of RevenueV. F. Buns, Tampa. County Judge--Jainv* II. Chandler, Enter- +
mally inaugurated ''this morning, by tho Columbia, .'Monday:: [ after 4th Monday Superintendent of Scwuls'V.I'. HendersonTumpa. prise.
from all parts of tho country, who in Clerk-John W.: Dickins: Enterprise.
I!' April. .
,:,<
visit of M. Jules Or vy, who together with visit them, arc restored\ to health and where Lafayette, (ith Tuesday after 4th Monday JEFFERSON: Sheriff-W. A. Cone, Enterprise. t
t .
his wife t\n many every year. year
Cminlii, Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticcllo. prise.
R and was received by'the Minister of Posts Fall 'J'crm- / I
I und \ ; was a goodly company at tho lower spring, Taylor,* 1st 'l'ucsllayaftcr 1st Monday in Sheriff Tt II. Simkins, Monticello. Collector of llct'c1l1te--John ]l. Jordan, Dc-, '
Telegraphs and lt Berger, tho Commis located seven miles north of Live Oak. All October. Clerk-\V. C. Bird, Monticello.Superintendent ( Land.Superintendent.

I I',}" sary-General. (iiPii the available houses and rooms were crowded Madison, 2d :Monday; in October. { of BcllOols'V. R. Taylor, of Schools-.\. Cranshaw,
.
I ,,{.:, Before going into the details of each sec- and many persons\ built cottages for tem Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello. Enterprise. }
;; tion, it may be well to describe the general Suwannee Monday\ :; after 4th Monday County Treasurer-11',1f. Girardcau Mon WAKULLA COUNTY.- .
Tho I is
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porary use. upper "spring not surepassel ticello. .
4't in October. County Judge-W.A. Giles '
if fail of the Palais !, Crawfordville.
do 1'Industrlo
under
coup !! in size, depth and superior advantages Columbia, :lid Monday after 4th Monday:: Collector of Jct'c/we-Jo-cph:! Palmer, .Mon Sheriff-W. H. Walker, Crawfordville. ,
\ Jts present aspect. Tho great' hall, running for bathing, in the United States ; and October ticcllo.Assessor. Clerk--Tint. 11. Walker, Crawfordville.

from end,to end of the building, U divided the waters contain many medicinal proper Lafayette, Gth Tuesday after 4th Monday keenah.! (if Taxes-J, P. Grantham. Wau- Superintendent of Schools/ -W. T. Duval' ,
in October. Crawfordville.
Into two nearly equal portions, one occupiedby ties beneficial for skin diseases
especially \FAYETTK COUNTY. County Tt'Ca.,
FOURTH CIRCUIT.Sjiriny Ij'CI'W.. Walker
Craw-
the French and ,
the other tho
by foreign
and all cutaneous eruptions and rheuma- Tt'rll&- ('oodl Judge-W. J. Dixon, New Troy ,fordville. .
exhibits. The former is distinguished\!: by a tism. This spring is located about fourteen St. John', 2d Tuesday'ln March. Sheriff=Thomas J. Walker New Troy. Collector of Revenue-VS. H. Walker, Craw

bright display of tricolor flags 'suspendedfrom miles from Lake City, and the same distance:< : Clay, 1th Tuesday in March.tradfurl,1st'fuesday Clerk-Howell Hawkins, :New" Troy. fordville.
the ] in School New Assessor of Taxes(!. P. Reynolds
gallery surrounding the hall, whilstin from Jasper.. There is a good hotel, where : April. Superintendent J.C.Ramsey, fordville. Craw-
the latter the national colors of almost 'visitors are well fed and cared for, which: has Baker, 2d Tuesday in April Troy;
Trca."rcr-J. M. N. Peacock New
:Nassau, Tuesday in County ,
every nation in Europe and those of the been full, tho guests coming principally 1)uval,1st Tuesday in May.\ Troy. G. F'. AVERY,

United States, serve to mark off the sections from Georgia many prominent persons from Fall Tcrlll- Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New
Savannah and also from Florida. The
't spring St. John's 2,1 Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. :
apportioned to each. Viewed from the &
gal-
,
bursts out from the foot of a high hill\ with
4th in September. Assessor uf Taxes-A. S. Ackley, New Troy.
Tuesday
3i lery, the effect of the hundreds of pavilions, n perfect rush. The boil is so great thatit
Bradford in
1st Tuesday October.
\ all the exertion of the hest swimmer LEON COUNTY AND BOARDING
some of them elegantly constructed of sculp requires Baker 2d in October. LIVERY STABLES.
Tuesday
to brca the rapid current. A Count'' Judge-Wm. 1'. Byrd Tallahassee.
iI r tured'wood and stands heavy :Nassau. 3d in Octoher.Ih'ut .
I ; open covered with rope is made secure to the sills\ of tho house Tuesday Sheriff .\. Moselcy, Tallahassee CARRIAGES AND WAGONS
1st in November.FIFTH .
the delicate'Instruments used! In the'all'lI- which hangs across the spring, tho bather Tuesday Clerk-U. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.Siijicrintcndent To and from Steamers and Trains

,-cation of electricity extremely interesting taking the rope splashes about in the invigorating CIRCUIT ofSchooU-Henry N. Felkel, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING '\
and not "altogether devoid of healing tluid, and many a boisterous Spring} Tt'J'IJIHumter,3d- Tallahassee.Trfiuurer: ETC.
', ? plctur hurrah, for its curative qualities, has gone Monday[ in March. -J. L. IK'inilly, Tallahassee. FOR SALE :
csqueness. The latter characteristic is en- up from this spring. It is twenty feet Marion, 4th Monday[ ; in March.\[ Collector of Rel'CllUO. C. Yearn, Talla- HORSES, BUGGIES:;, HARNESS. a

t tx hancedby, the hugo lighthouse which, rising wide by forty long, and ten or more feet Putnam &1 Tuesday alter 4th :Monday: in liassee.AssetMr, C.\llT AND) WAGONS '
out of un.,ornamental basin encircled with deep ; what it is at the boil we cannot say. March. ,f Taxes-O. _\. Croome, Tallahassee PErTERMS C.1SII."'t5.
foliage forms the: most The water having! been drawn from (the I.c'ytth Tuesday after 4th :Monday; in l"'r-Olhce: and Stable-f'in.t Street. near
striking feature of spring and blond for two hours will :March.Alachuu.; LEVY: IfjUNTY. Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf

the show. It occuplest he centre of the hall, not be pleasant to drink, and when 4th Monday after 4th Monday\ in I County Jud>)c-"'. I I. \'hrlng. Bronson; _._., I .-::. .. ___
and when illuminated at night will shCl.1'a confined in a barrel or close vessel March.Fall Clerk-J. 1t t. H.m'olJnmson. Stove and Tinware.W. T

brilliant flood of light round the whole becomes putrid and of a mot disgusting, Tt'rll&- Sheriff J. S. Parker Bronson.Afsemmr .
sickening taste. Fresh from the spring it is Sttmter,1st Monday in October. of7it.trI.lui>Appell, Bronson. p.
building.! The south side of the hall, beneath cool, ami all the families of the village use Marion\ 3d Monday\ in October. Collector/ of Rneuue--J. Ira Gore Cedar STREUTV,

the upper stories of the palace is occupied it. One can go to the spring and drink an Putnam. 3d Tuesday in :November. Key. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office _

r't by the steam and gas engines used indefinite number of glasses of the water, Levy 4th Tuesday in :November. Superintendent of School*-J, B. Menden- ,
j to work the generators from which the rcqui- each glass inviting\ the drinking of another, Alachua. : 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Bronson.!
without feeling uncomfortable. On the November.
:
opposite
site force of lighting the exhibition and I MUUKOX COUNTY.,
con side of the river is another spring' of SEVENTH: CIRCUIT.
ducting various experiments will be derive! similar qualities, but not so large, on the Spring 7'rll&- County Judge-R. Witherspoon, :Mudi-;

KI ctricUy,as required for work of.this kind lands of )Ir. Win' Turner Orange, 4th :Monday:\ in January. n.llrri.ff8.
We could ; M. Hankins Madison
give
q numerous instances of
r rr has not yet shaken itself free from the aid of where dyspeptics came that were unable to Brevard.Volusia. 3d Monday\ in in February.March Clerk-John M. Beggs, Madison

auxiliary power but efforts are already being eat a peach or piece of watermelon, or enjoy Dade, 3d Monday Monday in April. Sujterintendeut of &/lfJulI-E. S. Tyner,

mode to use the force itself, and a small the table pleasures, who after having drunk lull Term- Madison
the water for a week, could eat with County Treasurer-8. S. Smith Madison ''tr iIpp at1' 4
impunity in .\ ? r.4 i.
engine ,exhibited to-day, which derives its Orangel Monday ugust.Yolu"ih
what Collector of Rt..tllUf1(. Warring Mad-
they pleased, and others with \, Monday in September.Urevard. ,
'.. motion from a aeries of batteries, is probably the rheumatism, who were brogMit on bed 4th in l September. Ison,
i destined to find a host of f Imitators and im! and had to be carried to the spring on lit Dade, 2d Monday Monday in :November. Atsotor of Tajcet-B. D, W Wudsworth Mad-.

bt provers., In front of the long row of engines ten, put in and out of the spring' and after 14)n\ .
having/ drank the water were able to M\NATKK COUNTY
', go on
and boilers is placed perfect battalion of crutches and finally\ throw them away and ('onlllf OHlrer*. County Judge-Z. 1'. Crawford Manatee

t dynamo-electrical generators of the Gramme, leave the s''|,'ring entirely cured. The spring! ALArill't ('''CST\'. ('ll'f'*--Robert B. (Grifiith. Manatee. ,

Siemens AUlance,' Mertens and other well. is situated in a region{ where the pine tree booty Jmfi/tf. ...Junta C' Gardner, Gaines Ml'iff-\ S. Watson Pine Level.
towers far above tho other growth. The A *eMtr of Ta.ra-S. J. Tyler BrudentownCollector .
,
patterns but as large numbers of .. ville.Llfrt\\ STOVES
known
: HEATEIW.:
night dews distill the resin from the lung of Ret'awe--liurion G. l'l1rlton RANGERS. .
-J. A. CurlMc, (h.hwiOilleSAt'rWJllhn -. ,
these machines are still in their packing. .
!leaven and the
drooping soft, cooling breeze W. Turner Gnlusville..irse.sor \\ L'opo&h.Superintendent\ TIN AND
< cases and only a few have been connected nako sweet music as it blows through be A of Georgo "'. Hawthorne of SrAoob-Fclix J. Seward, SHEET-IRON WARE,
rtjri- -
with their motors, a detailed description thousands of .Holt-ail:; << like strings. hearing Hawthorne.Jtectur line Level ROOFING AND GUTTERING, .-
away the unhealthful odors and bathing{ tho f.\ Thom Gainesille MARION COUNTY.Cktuntif'Judge TUMPS DRIVEN
leceute-i.1', :
J must be reserved until the exhibition has earth I. giving; 'health ail buoyancy to the of WELLSETC: : ,
Samuel F. ) :
1 more nearly attaincJ/compIetlon, 11\4.I'It lid lux, in thi" (, .'nUhtr)'. \ Robert Bullock Marshal Ovala. A large "tfk or Stoves on Ilunel.
/jU'r/t'J"l.'i uf fSchm>l -\\ N, rheuts, (Vrt Ol'ul:1.S4triff a 'UII, and ( Give tie
In the foreign .sections.. England, the I'll I RIM MlMMii, t. ..illl ,'iII,,'. '. A, B. Crutchikld! Vala. other houses'Onlparc. here '('f Illy dscw prices hcrl'with those r of t b

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PIG anoirixa ron rnorir. sap to flowing, and then a cold snap following 7th of :\(1'l' do not generally plant cotton $25 to $50 PER BAY Real Kfttnle.Tilt .,

We arc trying to encourage:: the cultivation freezes it and damages the tree. Sawdust before the 20th of April, and. sometimesas
of the fig especially!" about our immediate thrown a few inches deep over the late as!' the 12th"'of :May. :Made In1lt season : FLORIDA
vicinity, and, I indeed, nil along the Gulf roots! makes a fine protection All of those 1,;HIli pounds of reed cotton on one acre EASILY: UK: MADE: by using tho !

coast, where it flourishes with almost wild protecting agents must be removed in spring planted (Oth of :May, and did not usa: any fer ct'lebrltl'llVXCTOR. 'rOWN IMPROVEMENT' COMPANY.

luxuriance. Can you not, in the next Sun of course. In case where the young trees t tilizer. LU'It! season wag a good crop season

day's issue of the llegi.fel''e your readersan have made nn extensive growth, it is a good with ns, I worked 21 horse (' aver bunds: I ,,.

article on the proper time, method, etc., plan to check the growth and harden the hoed cotton Over one time chopping
of planting the cuttings ; telling them how wood by cutting around them with u spade: out to stand ; cultivated shout. two feet ten l Feruaudlna

to repare the soil what fertilizers to use severing the surface' roots. This operation inches Itl'lWl'1rIH"4, chopped out about Towns on It. II.And Line
and giving generally such information as should be performed about the last of Au width of n hoe, more or 1o.:s. one stalk and ,

will tit) for any one to work by ? We intend gust.In. two at a place; land: rolling, gravelly, someplaces \\' la.l.: .\ laU': it ADROR1XU IHJ n.- Cedar Key.
; to plant about twenty acres ourselves? selecting a site for a fig orchard we must!; : : sandy, somo spots u-ry rll'ky.Ind: (' i I :
a 1. l ))w. S. UAKXKS. make choice of a well-drained piece of land, a good crop'of corn also: and will have !
r, East I'ascayoula, Miss. and it is always 11l' tlf possible, to have it to sell ; worked mostly upland in corn, and -
: Mr. sloping a little towards the north. This: j 'j Barnes is
the "Mexican Oulf secretary and treasurer of" is most! unfavorable for the dangerous winter variety cotton seed, which i N a very Offers to lessees and Purchasers ft large

a which fact gives his letter Canning Company, growths already'mnentiuniil.-,1fnhile Rfginfer. large boiled kind in any part of the country: Wo mean it, number of the most eligible and desirable

showing that fig culture special is to be interestas "Now fir tiditor, has any one done any and 1 arc prepared to demonstrate the fact. Lots[ suitable, for Business Purposes, or for
encouraged
better, considering the cost of fertilizers and Suburban
City or Residences,
by one of tho solid concerns of our !' TIll 01l0JrI.\'O COTTOOllUlt.. cultivation : $.i.i worth of acid phosphate, They are operated hy either Man[ Horse or 1

country. We have often urged our people $8.50 worth of cotton seed, :and the hire of Steam Tower, and bore very rapid. They UPON EASY TERMS.: '

such to put out fig trees, telling them that just one hand for the year at $i$? If any one range in sire from THREE: INCH\ TO 41
concern would spring up at an early WITH FAVOHUtLK ,nTlnnNU .1NCRKAKI: > has done better let him conic to the front
Values allowed
Liberal Discounts to
on
j day and buy all the fruit they could produce ;- FIn: !' IN DIAMETER, anti will bore to
A'RF.Ann'iiti: YIKM :M VY 1lll': .'I' with his much cultivation I \ costly fertilizers, parties! engaged in manufacturing or industrial -
at remunerative prices'. If had
taken they LAST KVU's. etc."-.(''u' lor* Cotton.XOTICI enterprises, who will erect: on the property
our advice they would
now you see, \ substantial
- -- -- purchased improvements
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be making a good thing of it. Hotter late The following, from llrndtrceft, gives reviews
AVThey ) nla.'I'II 1 i
than l.t'llIld.rCiM'IUt'u1""' ltEQtintla for residence; or in which to conduct their
never, however. There is still a good of the condition of the growing cotton business.:<
opening presented foraspcenlation in which .
h' ------ -- ---
of the :South : INDUCEMENTS: TO MANUFACTURERS
there be risk. culture crop
can no Fig will ,
pay ; : : or IXCOKIMHJATIOX.K .
1' there can be no reasonable question on that We today: present our report of the condition will boro, :successfully: and sutisfacto- by exemption for a term of years from

point. The Mexican Oulf Canning Company and prospects!; of-the growing cotton NOW ALL MKN BY THKSF: TltKSKNTS :: rily ill all klndi of I Earth, Soft Sand and taxation, offered at by tho several cities and
iw will bunil the than be on July J 'M. The informationisgatm-i towns. Apply
figs can broughtto crop
i ; : : That we, C. \V. Tutee, .r, II.
them. lint that ered from TOO reports from all the important Limestone t Hituminous: Stone Coal, Slate ${f-Otfll'C cor. Beach it 7th sts., Fernandinn.TIIK .
says one, concern may:
+ McGinnN! ; William UawsMm, B.C. ))ur. ,
'; have ceased to exist before our fig trees, vet cotton-growing) counties in the South, and ,'''c, 'fholllj\ Kydd.Valvin |II{. Dibble) Bl'nr"'K Hani: l'all1':1,1 I : 1.1Hlliht: (!'!!' Serpenstine --W-tf- .-" -----. .-

t' to be planted, could come into profitable may be regarded as fairly complete.\ It will Dotterer, and l G. Stark, all of the State::: of; and Conglomerate Rock, and guaranteed FLORIDALAND

t : ,, bearing. Not at all probable ; but even supposing be seen .hatl'ineeollrlast report the weather Florida, under and in :1l"'II"llalH'lwith the to make thcvemybestof Wells in QuickSand
such should be the case, there is still has been tine, but rather too dry for the the
of act of State of Florida
; no risk. Preserving figs is rapidly growing poorer uplands:' Asa result, the plant on provisions'ntit1l'llll.\n act an to Trovido for the Creation, ; They arc light-running, simple inconstruction ) AND IMMIGRATION N CO IPA'Y

into a large and profitable business, consequently these lands i is small and unpromising.. This" of( Corporations maul to 1'ri'M-ribo' their General easily operated, durable and

} if the figs are in existence some one is especially the case in South Carolina and Towers and Liabilities! ," approved August acknowledged as the best and most practical ,i OFFERS.
i. will be ready to takethII1ne'erf'ar. Hundreds Texas whore there is a large proportion of ', .1f: "
8th 18(18( and act of (the '
, an Legislatureof Machine extant They are endorsed by some
k of the and where the drouth most
preserving establishments would, uplands, wins said State entitled "An act to Hepeal' an ?: 000.000 AcresOf
to-day, bo building along our coast was it severe. In contrast with this: on the richer act entitled an, net to Trovido for the Creation of the highest State blllciuK We contract \ .

;, known that the materials to keep them run lands and river bottoms the plant is in very of Corporations and to Prescribe thcirll'ncl'IIl for prospecting for iiy': ., the most

ning were at hand. It is one of those line condition and most promising.In ( Towers and Liabilities, and to llecreate
branches order to show the value and ACCESSIBLE AND DESIRADLE:
of business in which the demand clearly and Amend the Sections ,
Repealed) by .
now greatly exceeds the supply, owing entirely amount of cotton affected by each report, said March llth 1879! do COAL OIL ;'"
not GOLD ,
approved COAL, SILVER
,.
,r r to n scarcity of the raw material, hence we have based our cOlldl'nsatiullon the acre ourselves A(? tANIK: IN THEESTATE
hereby associate together as a corporate '
have little dread in the planted in each\ and state thus
we to way of a glut age county ,
body under the name: and style of AND AM. KINIW: OK :\hS.ILI.I'I.Al ; OF FLORIDA,
in the additional calculate filirlth :
ti market. And then we have an enabling us to very { actual TIIK BEACH HOTEL: AND ROAD COM- VAt
stimulus in this outlook of the cro'We give -
newrefrigerutingsystem present \ TANY. The principal place of business of only $1.25 per'acro to new settlers, with
tabular ,
herewith
of statement
shipping perishable fruits, just going a showing condition
,' into operation. It will enable us to put our of crop by percentage of land planted said nandina Company, in time shall State be of in Florida.II ) the City. of Fer- :to for sinking Artesian: Wells and Coal the privilege of selection in parcels! of 40

figs upon distant markets at the North\ as in each state compared with last year : That the business of said Company Shafts, etc We also furnNh i Engines, lloil- acres or more, These .lands are: located on

fresh and good as when first picked from the Letter: Equal, Worse: shall he to build and manage a hotel amid crs, Wind-Mills, Hydraulic llann, Horse- and adjacent to tho lino of time'
trees. Doubtless the time is
rapidly et. It'rct.
approaching p'r't.
per } necessary! accommodation on Amelia Beach
that shall find all the Northern North Carolina........... :30 20 fit) and to obtain the right maintaining and rowers, Brick' lflchlll'lillin: Tools, Tort-

I cities luxuriating in their fresh figs and South Carolina.......... 23: 18 50 collecting toll on road connecting the beach able Forges, Hock DrilhVand Machinery of ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA ,

cream, with a demand for figs) that shall Georgia and Florida... :'M 2!) 41 with the City of Fernandina. nlll kinds.dBOood. TRANSITIONS R. R.,

throw entirely in the background the most Alabama ................... 40 15 4.5 Ill That the ( of tho Com
active wanted in
t extravagant demand yet known for our earliest Mississippi ................. 38 21! :XI: shall Jbe ten timousaul\ dollars, divided Agents every extending from FERNANDINA on the Atlantic

) varieties. Louisiana ..................32: 25 4J: into pany shares of one hundred dollars each country in the world.
to CEDAR tho Gulf coast
+ The species of figs cultivated in this country Texas .............., .......3: 1J( 71 with privilege of stockholders to subscribe Address KEY on ,

r, is known to botanists as Metis carica. It Arkansas ......... .........31: 21)!) 10 in (A) one-eighth, ((1)) one-fourth nndJ( ) one- thus affording to the producer cheap, constant
is supposed to be a native of Asia. Like the Tennessee.................. fi5 :31 14 half shares-ten per centum of all subscript WESTERN NACIIHERY: SUPPLY (DEPOT) ; nnd rapid transportation to the best
and the it is divided into
almost
apple peach, an tions of stock to bo paid when! such subscriptions fill Walnut Street, markets.
endless number of varieties, prominent Total United States.. 31 22 47 and
4 made the remainder
,
v. among which is the Brunswick, tho Brown are as may SAINT LOUIS MISSOURI IT. S. A. Time belt of country traversed by tho Transit
.
; It should be borne in mind that the above bo ordered by the Board of Directors! of said -
Turkey, the Brown Ischia,the Black Oenoa, figures are based on acreage planted, so that Company.IV. State in what Paper you aw this It. R. embraces,
the Large Blue the the Lemon
Pregussatta, in estimating tho out-turn of crop allowance That the corporation hereby created
White tho Nerii the Alacanta the -- --- -
White --- --
must he made for the difference In yield per shall date its corporate existence from the EVERY 'VARIETY: OF SOILto
Ischia and the Celestia.
w between tho good and lands. As of filing of these articles of --
ry Of the several varieties the hardiest. acre poor day incorporatio'n. -
pcr nearly nil the Innds rf"r>(l wnrsn than Instyear as required by .the acts as aforesaid! in the
?' haps, is the Celestia, it succeeding( -furil r ; be found State large.lroportlon
arc uplands: and which the yieldof i and shall contlnuo'for the term of '
North upon ninety-
than any of tho others. We have cotton per acre is light: while all Jands nine vears. being peculiarly adapted: to the culture of

+ Tennessee seen it growing the quite successfully in it Middle reported better are the richer or bottom V. That the husincls'of the Company shall oR o R on=a a a rn m ea' SIMlTROl'ICAL!: FRUITS and Barly Vegetables: ,

; where, it owner was partially having sheltered given a from location lands, where the yielder aero is heavy the be conducted by a Board of live ((5)) Direct 9 n I undo The Large, Compact liodlet of Timber

probable yield of crop from present ou.tfookIS ors, to be elected by the stockholders on the -
the northwest wind. make these lands worthy of CAREFUL EX
really better than our figures would indi first Monday of March in each and *
' In climates suited to it the fig is entry
naturally
.UU .A T ON by manufacturers of LUMBKK
cut<1. year, excepting/ that the! first election shall
institution
"great with
a little
cultivation, always bearing grooving in its Of course, the actual yield is: very uncertain be held at such time as the undersigned corporators DAVID LANDRETII & SONS, PhiladelphiaRKWARD. Pa. AND NAVAL STORES
season .
,
and yielding RO cnourmously that and depends on many contingencies, or majority of them, shall determine -
: people and especially on tho weather for the next : upon Said Board: of Directors shall .- ---- -- ----- -- ---
find profit in out orchards of it for
planting NEW: SETTLERS
few weeks. Generally speaking i is elect President and :; and such
5 the of the.crop a Secretary,
purpose! fattening hogs with the fruit. .
I As intimated now in a critical condition, and the plant other subordinate olliivrs an tho business ol $1,000 i <
by such
; 4 climate lies along our the Gulfcoa correspondent-none, could a needs quiet, slow rain. If it should rain the Company may require) Purchasing land fro.m this company are fur

},' possibly bo better suited to the requirementsof too heavy or too much, will'ant will be VI. That time highest amount of indebt- My son, J. J. DICK1SON) Ju., was inur nished with 'tntire fee pa sage on ,time Transit
v damaged liv shedding_ nil fcturf. u to which said tiered mob in the of
the The belt new ness or liability corporation by a town Lccsburg,
growth. fig extends Railroad for ifamily and personal eflects
inland from the shores of the proper Gulf about growth, which; growth\ will be tender and can at any time"uhj.t shall he-twellt- Sumter County Florida, on the morning ot'
fifty miles, though, as already stated say late and greatly subject to injury by wormsor five hundred ($2,500): ) dollars. the 15th of July last. I will pay a reward to the slat'on'! nearest land purchased.

# of the hardier varieties succeed well,much some frosts With favorable weather hereafter, VII. That the Haul! Company shall! be of ONE THOUSAND DOLLAllS for tho TITLE: COMI'LETE,-.being derived by

x further Nprth, or further inland from the in view of the increased acreage, it is'prob- vested with all rights mid privileges which arrest of the murderers, with proof to convict grant from tho United States and purchase
And soil is able that the yield will equal that of last the acts heretofore referred to can convey. them.
sea. our exactly suited being of
a sandy character which is an year, but no suflicicnt reason now exists; for VIII. In witness whereof, we the parties J, J. DICKISON. from the State of'FloridaCORRESPONDENCE- ", -
Indisp'n'lahlocharacterIstic. ,
o't;:
expecting a large aforesaid, have Jll'r'untl"let hands and 1:5.: .
k The fig cannot bo made to crop. our August; ; i.'m .
<
do well in a clay soil. In Southwestern Special inquiries have been made as to the seals, the 18th day of ;.May; A. D. 18X1. _- : .: ". SOLICITED.
'IO"P-
sea island cotton crop. It is.rcported as being C:J. WICK'LIFFK YULKK' t >
Texas about
San Antonio
as fot instance
the tig is next door to an entire, failure on, very promising in South Carolina, Georgia J. II, :11cliINN15V Tin SUN FOR INHI."' 'Descriptive >>.\it and CIRCULARS mailed on

account of tho clayey and characterof and Florida. In South Carolina the \ 8. KAWSON: application., .
the soil. The tree waxey luxuriantly and weather has been a little dry but with a W. B. C. ))UJtYJ':E, ,CHAS1: W. LEWIS.
grows slight rain the yield will be large. T, KYDI.
to large size but bears fruit. Land Commissioner.Otllce .-
no .
reads the Stm. In thocdi
Telegraphic advices to July 2.sth state that C. B. DIBBLE) EVERYBODY
Nothing could be
more simple than the throughout the cur Beach I\I1C18cventh Sts.
the weather newspaper
throughout the South during II. K. DOTTKUKU' : ,
culture of the
fig. As already stated it
to come everybody will find : tn-tf s
the past week has continued clear and M 0, HTAIIK.r year
wants a sandy soil and into this abundance
of an warm. A few light local showers are reported -- I. All tho world's: news, KO presented that -
vegetable matter must have been
worked for best results It is a gross feeder but not enough, to do any good. )ATK\TX obtained for new inventions the reader will get tho greatest amount of J: II. PIIESCOTT.Style .

and takes well to almost any coarse fertiliz- This continued[ drouth adds to the injury I -- or for improvements in old information with tho least unprofitable expcnditurc .

ing material. Stable manure suits it to great already reported to crops fur want of rain. ones Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand of time and eyesight. The Sun -
Special: telegrams to liradntfeeCt state that all longngodiscovered( thcgoidcn mean between
perfection-a compost of leaves, grass or patent business 1 promptly attended
weeds and stable manure makes it grow likea the local rains have visited portions of North to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVE: BEEN: redundant fulncHsand unsatisfactory I h.c\'ity, Fit,

swamp vine: Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia; Florida REJECTED may still, in most ('Mes. bo patented II. Much of that sort of nC\\'Il which depends -

The fig is usually propagated by cuttings.A but Alabama it does, Louisiana, Texas and Tennessee, :' by us, Being opposite the II. 8. Patent Ies4 upon its recognized importancethan Comfort, :
good time to put out the cuttings H late not appear that they were of sufficient Ol'ice. und engaged in TATEXT; BUSINESS upon its interest to mankind. Fron

in December, after the sap is well down. If extent to prove material advantage. : : EXCLUSIVELY( we can !secure pat. morning to morning the Sun prints a con AND

to to be started in nursery rows the rows should advices, Front MisMssjppi'nind! Arkansas no cuts in less time than those who ore remote tinned story of the lives of men und women,

e, be opened to the proper depth and the cuttings of ruin have been received. What from Washington./ and of their deeds, plans, loves, hates, troubios. Durability. "
laid one foot apart: on the side of the the! crop now needs most i 18 a mild rain When Inventors "s,inl model or sketch, This: story is:! more varied and more

a furrow with their heads an inch above the throughout the.cotton region. Damage by we make .search in Vie Talent Oflici. and l interesting than nny romance that was ever
surface of the ground, each bearing n bud. droutli has alreadv been done, and every additional advi i! as to Its patcntahiMty free of rhnrye.Correspondence' devised.i *

Pound the dirt in well around them, until disadvantage day without of the situation rain'but add to tilt f<>nlldt. >iitial ; A-es reasonable Ill Good writing in every column, and .

the furrow. levelled up, then throw a ridgeof ; and NO CJIAItiil-: UNLESS: i'.1'rEN'f freshness originality, accuracy and deco-

dirt over them to the depth of three or IS: OBTAINED.We : rum in the t treatment of every subject
four inches. This must remain undisturbedtill TOO MUCH JIOKIXG. refer by in'riiiintinii to the City l'ost-tmaster '
the fig trees are beginning to put out in A correspondent calh attention' to the and to time Superintendent of the IV. Honest comment The Sm, habit is: -
to Mioak
out
spring when it must be cautiously removed great amount of unnecessary work in the Tost-Ollice lIt.v Order Division in Wunh.ington. fearlessly about men and things' .

with the rake, care being taken not to loosen way of plowing and hoeing till cotton crop 1"'Orsllecml relrrcncc*, circular,service \ Equal: ) randor, and iu dealing readiness with each poHtical lIan-Jug largely Increased my

) the cuttings.: Under this treatment they will .lie says: "I think that three times plowingor terms, etc., nddriy what party: i is equal to commend stock, of Foot-wear' in both ,fine
praiseworthy to rebuke
right off like rooted about C i.: A. SNOW & CO. or
grow
plants.In !:! to the row, is sufll- ,
what is hlanmhlo! !
ease where an.orchard is to be established I cient in ordinary seasons, and I have coma 2-tf (Ipp.I'atent Ollice/ Washington, I D.C. in Democrat or Republican. und medium grades, I am enabled -

it would be believe ____ __ ____ ____ _._ i ,.
best, perhaps, to put out to that most of this work will ,pay n'I H h ______ I VI. Absoluto to
the cuttings: (nji.the some plan) where the well and land will not wa..h a<* badly if cultivated SIM'S IMSILOIt JU'S'fn.X'I': but independence of partlsauorgulll1.uHon plaeo before iiiclistoni.

trees are to grow, thus doing away with the with a side harrow with three or true Democratic, unwavering loyalty to ors u very large uMMortmeiit, of
necessity: of and the four teeth twice the .principles. The"6uM believes -
transplanting, temporary tp row. First thing after
Between check'of.growth that would result. cotton is up, sweep the middle, then harrow government constitution Shoes made by the

A year in growth may be gained by laying: as soon as convenient, then chop out, id : .' FLOfl1).1.HAVING notion of gives duty UN is is a to good resist one to to its keep utmost Its most" competent and nkllledworkmen.
aft his
season of the The
year and putting out our plan. next time run twice with a
the rooted layers' next winter. -' The process small"I eagle sweep, then sweep tho middle power the efforts of men in the Republican .. These, Goods were "
re'entlynvet and fitted to set another form of .
of laying is simple A small tree hay. after some time hoe up party up government
then ,
very harrow
; over and ) I Ci JtOOMS: I in of that purchased for C'ASII, and
alt ? which
log on it many, branches may be half cut the work is done preparedto place exinti The year 1881 are
off side turnUh meals at all !hours, gotten up in ana the years immediately/ following will only;
on one six
inches above the base and "Last season we averaged a little over ollethonsandJlound8 the best style und atjJfdEXTUEMELY probably decide the exchanged& for the, Namecommodity. .
bent supremely Important
over until the branches come upon the of 1ilJ'cotton to the hand
ground, or. it may often be' wrenched over we did in cotton contest The Sun believed that the victory This will bo deemed

) without cutting. It may be held down by after planting.! Plowed and harrowed thirtysix 1 ; LOW I'KICES.ttXI ; ) will be witlMho people as against the rings pleasure' .after seeing examining
for
i cither pegging or weighting. Cover the days in all after planting and gathered monopoly, the rings for plunder and
,
I guarantee to suit Imo taste of the most the rings for and
imperial
branches well with earth, leaving only the 37,113 pounds seed cotton, and only used fastidious power learning nt what
epicure. A trial \ilall I ask. Our terms follows
head of each 'klngout. i ;: are a.s ;
They will prompt. eighteen hundred pounds acid phosphate:! 3-1 extremely low
SIM COOK: For the prices these
ly take root and may be removed from the composted! with thirty-six hundred wunds I' > Dally Hun, u four-page sheet of

old stalk at the proper season and set out asa of cotton seed, applying the compost at the 'II. twenty-eight columns! the price by mail Cocas are offered.
'independent trees. rate of COO pounds to the aere. Used! thirty! Money Muted I* Money Nude II post t-'niel, is: ,55 cent a month or $<.50 a &
In eoruc situations the fig loads stable and : year; or, including tho Sunday paper, ancightiage ; My stock or CJKXTLIUIEN'MFUnMSIIICi
4 may require wagon lot manure, 'put it PUItCHAHH YOUK i ENGINES: FROM of
slight protection through: the first ai.d second on two and one-third acrcj; cultivated, : $!tllu on a 10 Horse ; $'ax> sheet fifty.sU columns the GOODS it worthy
1 (;
winters t>f its growth to prevent killing twenty-seven acres in all-tleven acres fertilized on A 2> Hoive, juidW! on a :30 Horse-Tow price .S rents a month, or $7,70 u year,
down by frost This protection is usually tliXI'f'u ut-rca had nothing. The unfertilized er Engine. fiend for our prices before pur- i ( m t-Paid, the attention of those desiring'

effected by wrapping the young stalks with land being fresh, averaged about 1,. <-ha>iii';' Engine. Gin, Presses, Saw and The Sunday edition of the Sun U also fur- flue Goods. -. '
-
old backs,or with grass A good plan is to 150 pound* |per acre while we had five acre Grist Mill*. Thresher! lIT any kind of Ma. liUhetl separately for $1.20 u year, post-paid. .* .
throw a pile of trash over the roots oreven of land (twdth crop) that fertilized with six chinery. We are Manufacturers' Agents, The price of the Wttkly Sun, eight page, .la ir Orders'left)tomy. welectlon

m; to bank dirt up over them for the purpose hundml pound of cotton seed and acid and guarantee satisfaction in quality and. fifty-six columns i U $1 a year, |iost'paid.. will recelw'a'cur 7 tul 4; -
of keeping them cool and holding: back a phosphate to the acre ((.ur hundred of wed Price. W\l.KJm & LOI>D. For clubs of term fending gift wo will lend putIIII'OUI."

t winter growth. It Is invariably this winter and two hundred of acid phosphate), which No. 13T Meeting unmet, \\'et tide, near an extra copy free. attention.

growth which cause* the young treed to be averaged II", bounds tu the acre. (om. Charie ton J ut..I, Charleston. 8. 1?. Address I. W. ENGLAND J H. PRESCOTT
killed. \ warm spell of weather starts the menwJ planting 23d of April, and finished( April 0, 1831-Sm. Publisher of The Sun, ,
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r THE l<'L !l MIRROR: SEPTEMBER' 3. .
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: THE FLORIDA MlRoR1' -The Atlanta Exposition.-- Died When old Commodore Vanderbilt I lived In MEMORANDA.

1 The attention of the readers of the Mirror In this city, at the residence of Mr.( F. B. a five-hundreddollarshantyhclittletliouglit Passengers! from Fernaridina for New York
-== that of his boys would buy a three-mil Western{ Texas
one per steamship September 2-
A YEAH FOR SIX MONTHS. is called to the following circular, issued! by Papy, on Fifth strt'ctat 3 o'clock a. m., on :
feel the
Tothi i.OO ; $1.00 lion dollar }palace and never expenditure J. W. Howard and wife C. E. Abbe. A. Boi-

'\ .--. -- -- Captain D. E. Maxwell, General Superintendent Tuesday! morning, August 30th, of conjes- _________________ tel Master Boitcl Mrs. Boitel, Miss Boitcl, ti
'r h Mltejiecttons. of the Transit Railroad : tion of the bruin, Miss( KLFRKD: SEEOAR. in -- Thermometer- Colonel Reed's nurse. :From Jacksonville:
the 17th of her The funeral Range of Mrs E. L. Oetchel. Miss Humphrey, Miss :
year } services -
J Cuchand IIf. FKKXAXMXA, FLA., August 2i, 1'!?1. age. ENDIXO FRIDAY, BMTEMIIER: 2. Mrs. Cewien Mr.and
Ir Jacksonville FOR TilE WEEK : Lillie M. Lees Mrs.I A.
A, U. and wife of ,
Campbell were held at the residence of Mr. Papy .,
: The Atlanta Exposition having been determined IIORSEY'S DRUG STORE. M. Crocker, Mrs.! S. S. Crocker P. M. Pore ;
4 Ii elect/ registered nt the Strathmore this week. upon since the adjournment of by Rov. Owcii 1'. Thackiira on Tuesday! ofternoon -' -- ----- ohcr, Miss F.Varger,1'. W. Striker, James .

::1 tion I The tl al11 ago,by the recent storm to property the last session; of our State Legislature, und the remains' were taken by Wlnci Booth, 15. Robim.! :.

in Savannah. is said! to be( more than from special train Wednesday 1 morning to .5'1Saturday. ... :.. c.. Cargo steamship' Western Texas from Fer-
i markdust and there being no appropriation I. M (I:! nandina for New York, September 2 : 883
$1,600,000. which funds can be used fur the Quincy, Fla., her native place. ---.-- - barrels rosin, 80 barrels spirits, 93 cases
'i purpose ce
............... iO 8-t 8.i; 84 B. '
tic The Duval House Jacksonville;: has been State officers are in the unfortunate I.MKMOKIAM.. dar,122 logs cedar, 37,759 feet }pine lumber, 1'-.
our SE.Momiday .
Sunday ................. 80 83 86 85 merchandise. t
; leased to Mr. L. W. Scrovillc, of the Kimball position of being unable to make adequate It i is the same-Death's old accustomed ............." 81 81 80 86 SE. 8.1 packages. ,
House, Atlanta, ,for a term of two years. provision for making such an exhibit at work-to steal into the household garden Tuesflay ...,"......." 80 82 83 83: SE.Wednesday. --hot-. Rent.-- -- --

lt1 nnd pluck the cherished (flower near its full ............ 80 84 83 82 SI.
t Ii \ No application for space will be acceptedby I Atlanta as would be satisfactory to our citizens blossoming time, to crush the bright hopes Thursday............. if 84 83 83 SE.Br Two or three rooms" in a desirable location -

i the managers of the Atlanta Interna or creditable to t themselves. In view of life's young morning, and, regardless of 'riday.................. 82 80 85 '\". Address, II., this office.

tional Cotton Exposition after September of this fact, the Florida Transit Railroad the agonized pleadings of friends, to leer at I -

1:; perfdisc:r.. 10th. Company has determined to undertake, at I the tendercst care, the prayers of devoted MARINE.Ibrt .
hearts, and all\ that skill and love can do. To rent a suite of rooms in a house in the
so\\ It is estimated that over three hundred its own expense, the work of having that A few months ago C she came amongst us, city Address "L.," Mirror o nce. .

', ,ti i is tlj lives, mostly colored, have been lost in the portion of Florida along its line, and the i bright and happy, and little did we suspect of rernandtna.

j i lit! the vicinity Savannah! during the recent hur territory covered by its connections, represented } that so soon we should hear only the saddened HIGH WATER. 1'rtvatc Scliool.

F.t tiff ricane. at Atlanta, and confidently expect to echo of that once cheerful voice. Saturday, l'pt. ....... 2:48: A. M. 3:27: 1'. M. Mrs. It. 15.: Alexander will open a permanent t
I am; make such an exhibit. as will fasten the attention She needs no nilogiumi! to perpetuate her Sunday, 4...... 3:58: If 4:3-1.: private school in the Baptist\ church on
} would claim .
Lieutenant Commander Edcs and Lieu. memory, yet friendship the 5...... 5:00'1: 5:30: If the 10th of .May( and solicits a generous
\t wh and interest of the thousands of small tribute her
\ tenant Spalding, U. S. N., were killed by the privilege nl'adding one to Tuesday: II H...... 0:12": 6:36Vednesiny : II share of public patronage. Terms liberal.
;F fro 11.1. people who will undoubtedly go there with worth. In infancy Elfrcd was adopted by \ If i....... 7:07: If 7:29: II Apply at the school room between the hours '
of torpedo at Newport, on ( und :Mrs. anil
explosion a her Mr.
II unilni< the expectation of learning something more grandparents, Scegar, Thursday, 8...... i:58: If 8:17: II of 8 a. tit. l\1ul1 p. in.Fr.KXAM .

h I Tuesday. than is now generally known of our varied brought their up nnme.as their It was own with child great, even reluctance assuming Friday, 9- 8H: If 9:01: II IHN.May 8, 1881-3tn. '

t Inv Kx-Senator Conkling is reported as' haying productions and attractions. But in orderto that the grandmother, ifpon whom falls the I Xotlce to Tax-Vayers.

3 \: drc purchased Hobins n's Island, just below make the desired display, and to make it heaviest the burden of this atliiction, was ARRIVED. I am now ready to receive tax returns for

:1, tlo the Thousand Island Park, in the St. as effective as possible, it is not only important induced rearing to accept a child.the l ;renewed but as her responsibilities own children Aug. 2(5( -:Sch.:! Daisy! E. Parkhurst, Hooper, the present year. Blank returns will be furnished 1
Charleston.
;. F..1 .nwrence. but necessary, that there be a hearty had all reached maturity and left the at my olllcc over (J. Stark's store, corner t
29-Sch. Sadie Willcut, Watts, New of Centre and Second streets.
,"i! mawrf The injury to the rice crop from the stormIn cooperation entered into by every individual old home, she felt that this little one would Haven. WM. II. GARLAND.FKRXANDISA .

i South Carolina has been very serious. residing or interested in the territory to be add to her its idol.comfort, and took her into her 30-Brig Carrie Puddington, Smith, : < March 10, 1881-tf
How
heart and I
as faithfully conscientiously
1 J \\nl rice in and June I is Boston.
The young planted May represented. -----
!she was brought tip can only be "-S. S. Western Texas, Hines New
t. Iii 1 considered a total loss. :: Feeling assured that a deep and lively interest known by those! whose privilege; it was to York. For Kent. t
cVi.i ? in the work would be at once arousedif know Elfred at the time of her death. In 1 Sch. Oliver Hutohlnson A desirable residence on Seventh street
I W. 1[. Babcock, the able Jacksonville Sept. Crosby, near Centre. Apply to
this sweet flower of womanhood was
l' rtede respondent of the Savannah Newt, and editor the opportunity were offered 1 our citizensfor young Charleston. JOHN HEDGES,
combined all the qualities( that make life estimable "-Brig Sarah Ann, Buckler, Rio de
pro tern of the Jacksonville I Union, paid joining in carrying out the project, a and beautiful. Nature having endowed Janeiro. 35-tf Railroad Office.

tor our city a visit, with his family, on Sundaylast. liberal and prominent space has been secured her with more than ordinary Rifts; of 2-S. P. Florida, Usina, Savannah. New- AdverliNeiiiciitN.ST. -.- .
iiiUi.f mind and body, she was fitted to fulfill noble .
i ; which, it 1 is hoped, will be entirely : CLEARED.
j .C' mission upon earth, but "God touched
I: The schooner Lucie Whealley, Captain filled with the best specimens of the agricultural her and she slept"Sweet Aug. 27-Sch. Elwood Doran Warrington, MARY'S HIGH SCHOOL,

tV Sipple, from Jacksonville Baltimore, was mineral, natural and manufacturing Elfrcd I Even as the fragrant lily, Philadelphia. :ST.:: MARY'S, GEORGIA.
resources and productions of our State, broken from the stem still exhalessweet incense "-Sch. S. C. Evans, Sylvanus, New
a' lost in the hurricane. The crew'were taken York.
will tender recollections
"' so ever come EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL
off by the steamship Chalmette and taken to : and with other things rare and curious. of thee when wo remember the many who 29-S. P. Florida, Uslna, Savannah. rplIE JL will be resumed the first in
1.1: The services of Mr. I). S. I'lijce. of Waldo, Let Sch. Philadel- Monday
Adams
I fall While it the Normandy,
New York., (who without doubt, well known, to most asleep was yet day. : September, 1881. Thorough preparation of
,j story of her brief sojourn be simply this : phia. BOYS and GIRLS for the best
in
of the readers of this circular have been Colleges
arrived this ), "
The WCtcrTtra8 safely at Pure in life, beautiful in death." -Bark Sabine Osborne,:Montevideo. I
83 secured. He will receive take of Georgia guaranteed.For .
charge "
Wentworth
;30 Sch. Kate Cox Trini-
She ,
Wednesday morninglast. came
on
port classify, and attend to the transportation of Too cold to let the gazer smile. dad. Circular, addressW.;
directly in the wake of the hurricane, and all articles intended for the exhibition and And yet too beautiful for tears." 3D-Brig Rabboni, Coombs, Philadel C. WRIGHT,

f !f although a heavy pea was running but little will have an able corps of assistants at Atlanta GRAH.\M. phia. 40 Principal.Itoolts .
fy as well as "all the line." All ---. --- --- .- -------.-------
wind was experienced.The ]. along Sept. 1-S. S. Western Texas, Hines, New k '
and *
correspondence on the subject should:! be addressed List of Letters York. Stationery.HO .
.
lfudsot'which arrived in ---- --- ---- -
him --
stuamship to at Waldo.As -------
2 S. P. Florida Usina Savannah.IN .
Remaining In the Post-Oflice at Fcrnandi- ,
New York from New! Orleans on Tuesday, the Exposition is to be opened October5th It A C 15 1MC15W: ,
t the of the it is important that there be no delayon na, Nassau county, Fla., Sept. 1,1881. Persons TORT.
brought crew ship Sandusky, the part of any one interested( 'this enterprise calling for these letters must say advertised Bark Estella, -,507 tons. Wholesale and nl'tailBoon.s
which was wrecked in the, hurricane. The and all ore earnestly requested to act Brig: Eva N. Johnson, Doane. 248 tons.
't' Sandusky was Iumber*laden and bound promptly-first by notifying Mr. Place as to : Brig Carrie Puddington; 330 tons. I STATIONARY,
1 from Pcnsacola to Liverpool.The what they desire to exhibit, and at what Benjamin, Louisa }Dorsey, 1) Brigantine Sarah Ann. Buckler, 281 tons.
n '" point it can be delivered by them. French, W. b. Fit patrick. MichelGreen I Sch. A. & E. Hooper, 322 tons. And MUSIC
J steamer David Clark, l having been disabled Due credit will be given to each )person J. (G i Johnson Mary Sch. Hattie G. Dixon, Sawyer, 528 tons. I

during the recent gale at'' Savannah, exhibiting, and particular mention will be Jones, A. C. Jones, Charles I Schr. Annie E. Chase, Brown\ 250 tons. 59 WEST B.vv STIIET,
I made of the Mango( Parson :Miller, Jerry I. < 370
name and place of residence of Schr. Agnes GraI'.1 Fountain tons. I
the Florida will h service between
}perform the producer or maker. Let each and everyone :Mason!! Charles McNcul, AuamMarchall Schr. Roger Drury, Baker, SCO tons. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
1 11j Savannah, Doboy, Darien and Brunswick. feel that success depends upon earnest Hcttielorri8. .: Michael Sch. Daisy Parkhurst, Hooper, 350
!
I" '.*.! Jn consequence of this only semiweeklytrips and united effort, and act accordingly, and Morris, James J. McCampbell( Ernest tons.
." will he made by the Florida this city, tho result will be not only creditable to our (1,mrco, Jacob Smith, Rowland Sch. Sadie Willcut Watts, 100 tons.
State but worthy of tho pride of each }par- 8.\ I'L T. RumELL: P .M. Sch. Oliver Crosby, Hutchinson, 290 tons. 7.-i't"SdlOOI Rooks it; NJt'cJulty.-r;
I it arriving and leaving here Tuesdayand
,. every I initinnt;
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Friday 'I'n.. E. MAXWELL, .

One of the resolutions adopted at a meeting Superintendent Florida Transit 11. II. NOTICE. I
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'of the' Supervising Committee of the
The Strathmorc.-
Atlanta Exposition reads very much as .
though Colonel Elliott bad the happy faculty To the Editor of the Mirror : milE: COMMISSIONER:;:; : OF L.NJND) IMMIGRATION: ( IN I with the Assessor and Collector of Revenue to examine said certificates
FEKNANPINA, September 2, 1881. JL pursuance of an Act of the Legislature, entitled "An Act to of sale, on the FIRST: WEDNESDAY 1 IN SEPTEMBER: : ,
of getting some ,one else to crack the Please deny the rumors that arc current as enable persons \\ hose land.s were sold: for taxes assessed! prior to the A. D. 1881 ; and if upon said examination they shall find that the
nut, pick out the,kernel for him and then I to the Strathmore year 1877 to redeem the same," having/ returned the Certificates of taxes assessed against any such lands shall have been paid for the .1 .t,
let him cat it; else ,why should he have it being injured by the late Sale; of Lands sold for taxes assessed }prior to the year 1877, which years 1877. 1878, 1879 and 1880, or shall then be so paid to the Col
placed in his discretion to divert articles Intended storm, I officially visited and examined it were \purchased by the :State:: : lector of Revenue, for said years, then the certificate of sale shall be
both during and after the gale and high: tide, It is ordered that notice: be given through the Clerk of this Board, returned to the owner, or otherwise disposed of as the law directs
for 'the State'eihibit, and place themIn and found that it received no injury nor and by advertising/ the same in the Florida Mirror for thirty days I The following are the numbers of the certificates and names of
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that of any.((1)) ,railroad exhibit he may to the owner orngent of said land, that this Board will meet, together owners, to-wit:
1 xi choose. was it in any danger of so doing. The building L

crosses a break or indentation in the
Tho results of one day's test of thcfe- bluff Sale of May, 1874.No. Sales",* of January, 187G- outinuc''.
which it is
l located
on which it has always .
I .
ceipts and payments of the banks showed a been intention C mlicnt To Whom Assessed. No.Certificate.. To Whom A.ses.ed. No.Certificate.. To Whom No.
i r ri rl our to fill and protect, <: <: I Assessed. Certificate. To Whom Assessed.
a ." total of 284000000. A Western contemporary but which has been unavoidably deferred. m......G J D Clarke 159.E B Hall GO ...'.John W Ililey 126..lanielVoods

i shows that in the year 1880 the trans. Into this ravine the water flowed this :81:\ ......Estate Joseph Wilson 100...,. 01.Josiah Sikes 127.....,Daniel P Wilkcrson
actions! of the New York clearing house! at unusually 01.,....Jane Harvey Braddock 101. 03: .Daniel Sykes 12'J..P D Whiting & Co
high tide, but did no injury to the 02.....1 A Lewis 102..... G4.George W Sykes 134... .Owner unknown
} t amounted to the almost fabulous sum of building; nor could It have done any shortof 03; .....Stephen Drummond 103: .Abe Hihbarll 65..,..William N Starling 135: ...?.. U "
\ f I 37000000000. Of this volume of businessno several feet higher water. But as the IH..J J ]' tll1\lInd80n. 17..Johu; McDermott GO.A B & J L Sweeney 130..... "
: 4 /. 'inore than$1,500,000,000 was effected with t.)......JlIli l'rl'agent 1(58..... 97.Owner unknown 137.,....J II Williams
"JJ J cash about sound of rolling water beneath the house IIIJ..1'nneyllwartl/l: 109..... 98...... 138......Paul Francis'
tendsto
I or percent. Everything is always disagreeable and alarming to the !93......<(George<: Henry 170..... II 101...,.. U 139! ......Charles Alberti!
9 t tr in rel\8othe' use of checks and drafts, and nervous, we arc now getting the material on 101......Elizabeth Hughes 171". 105...,...John Syke-s 142...,..Haggarth Williams
I J. to render the actual }possaso: of money from (the ground to shut out the 103.J A Mcintosh[ 172...... 100.....Owner unknown 143.,....George Robinson
hand to hand between individuals lest and sea. 111......Joseph Haddock, :Sr.:: 173: ..... 107 ..,.. .1" 144...,.,James McKindree
The gale found the Strathmore in u very 112.....Plenty Jackson 175.William 1'helan 108...... II 145......John B Lewis
'f1 less necessary. unfinished and, consequently, in a very cx- 113: ......J \V Lawton 17(5( ..... 118...... U 140......Moses E Levy
\1 : 11 i......11 L Rowe 17!).B C Parker 119...... II
The City of &111 Antonio, of Mallory's New posed condition ; but no injury resulted and 147.....:Thomas; HaddocK
I \ 110....Daniel\ Sikes 180......Owner unknown 120.. .. II "
149.,.,..Clemant S
York and Texas Line, put in at this port on only enabled us to profit by it developing '. II Bowen
Y 181..... II II
J 117 ....John :Sikes:: 121...... 154...,..Owner unknown ""
4 Sunday night to clear her discharge and ell'osedl'oinb. (is..GeorgeSikes/ 182..... 122......Mary L Bryce 155..... II II ; /!

bilge pumps and fasten down her after boil I desire to make this contradiction to the 'O..UelJle W Lvki J 3...... It II 123....,..Ja.s P Taliaferro, agent 150..... .1., J
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or, "Which had become loose! the hur rumors afloat that the who would 12:1.\: J Walker" 1 185..... .j. ".. 121.'VII, Thompson 157...... .* .
ron many enjoy 150; ( ......John Corvell l-! 4i...... 12.>......Will ia III Wingatc .
'bi. ricane. The &in Antonio was her way this delightful& season on the beach may 157......Sarah Field I 1111)...., Noah WatersLN ,? .

from New York to Galveston, and encountered not bodeterred by them. Respectfully)) yours, 158.....KB: Hall I 101...... )lor alL Sales,* of Mardi 1878. .'

i. the full fury of the gile. She had to RODENT S. SCIIUVI.ER, Architect. Sale! January, IH75." >> i .
41......Estate: Edwin
heave too for over thirty hours. Her Ironhuttel' ---- ----- I 411......13 B Hall : 121......11 L Rowe 42......Owner unknown Hoyt I 74.D S .kl'S.

rL $ were stove in, and the saloon was Atlanta Exposition.To i. 51......Mary( Gomez 123.....Daniel) Sikes 43...... h II 75..0 W Svk.a7G
'flooded. The captain reports that the storm the. Editor of the Mirror: $1..HlIITBl'nJlllllin 12 ......George W Sikes j I 44 ..... u .J H Williams .-
WAIPO 82......Jane Harvev,' Braddoek 125..,...William M Starling/ I 45' .. i7..n H IIi inbotham .
was the severest he has ever experienced) September 1. liowenNancy ) l1i.\:! B tL Jno L I 1 78..D HiRginbotham
83;......Clemant S Sweeney 4(5..... '
i Tho San Antonio had just undergone a general The work of preparation for our exhibit I is 84...... A Bowen 127......Edward Taylor 47...... .' $.! II Hall, agent

trim. overhauling in New York, preparatory| progressing satisfactorily all along the line. 85......Mary Ixniiza BryreJohn 128,.....J O Walker a Ii 48...... '' .Geo Johnson '

'to taking the place of the Dallas on the New We have had but a few days to work but we 8(1( ...,.. Buford 131......J Williams 49,..,. ". II 81.A. Johnson
have each 87.......siiiu; >"n Chaer 133.....AVilliam Cone I 5()...... JJ2 Benjamin Johnson
hour
York and Florida Line "improved shining and a 01......Abraham Col,on 134: .....Willis Casoit 51...... .' ', 83.Lord Jonas
} spirit of enthusiasm is manifested every 02.,...,0 J F Clark 135......David B Higginl>othuiu :52...... II" st..Plenty Jackson
; ; The City Ftolnt Damaged. : where. Let all work with vim for the next 93......Jos Crews, agent 130......Jason Ryan 53..... *. 85.....Talbot Little

The 'line'steamer thy J\>intt which left three weeks and our most sanguine expecta- 04......J J Edmundson 137..L P Tracy 54..... '? 86..Mrs J H Lockett
09....,.1 A HigKinbpthain 139....Owner unknown 55..... :: .' 87.Mrs Mary J Morgan .
Jacksonville for Charleston on'Sunday night, tions will be more than realized. I). S. P. 101.....Elizabeth Hughes 144..... 56....., .' 88.J A McIntosh .

put I Into this port yesterday morning and 1041CX1.......'C&In Higginbotham 152..... 57..... 89.H Mattair
t ''came' to this: city, having lost her starboard The Railroad Litigations. ......Estate: Harvey Jones 155.....W J Wilson 58..... .' 00.J McKindree .
E Ea Ek 'up On We have received by mail a'nrinted copy 107.....Hums King, Mn It inJ, 150......Watson Baker l 9...... .' 91.....Willis Norton
.wheel., Monday afternoon, about of the complaint and affidavit) for an inJunction Trustee 157......Henry Clay GOCl...... .. 92.....A Primus .
,5 o'cloekwheu off Sal'do, the accident oc and the injunction granted by one 103.....W tt: J Lofteii 15
t curred, The sea_ was not rough, nor had she of the Justices of the New York Supreme 100......Plenty Jackson 165......Thomas Phelan. 62....., W..P Whiting, agent
encountered severe weather. It Is Court, in the case of Frank II. Sherwin )10......Benjamin Jordan 191..J Eli Gregg 03...... 'a 05..E 0 Clay
any pro- against C. I). Willard. Calvin H. Allen, 112..John B Lewis 193..8.J Wilson 64.Mre N A Bowen OO.lrs Louisa Trine l
tE turned the accident occurred from Bomcpor- Adolph Engler and others Mr. Sherwin 113.....W Lawton 104......Thomas Wilson G5......Alden J Spear 07..J 6 Braddock .
Lion of the machinery giving away. The made an application a few weeks since to 115..?..WillU Norton 195......William Swearinger 66..C 8 Bowen 98......Jas P Taliaferro, agent

E wheel being of 'iron, Immedia.ely sank and Mr. Justice Woods: of the United States Cir 1 10.....,Jackson Phillips t 11W{(.......Phineafj Wilds C7.....A Cannon O'J..John' Anthony .
cuit Court, asking for a special I term of that 17......George Henry fi8..G J F Clark 100.A Buir ::
was Dot recovered. She continued on her 101 ..... I'
A
court to reopen theorder continuing the sale ) Higginbotham .
or 1870. ......Ja9
voyage, however, but the wind fresheningup of the Jacksonville. Pcnsacola& Mobile Railroad Sale January, 70......Robert Dezzant.Da via ......Georire lIen _
considerably and the sea becoming very at the special term held at Jacksonville 2.James Bezzant 4Z.Andn'w'IIigginbothamS..Joseph 71,0 J Edmundson l03..Charl ee a{b'
in July, which application was: refused. The C Buford I 49 ..,..B L lliginbulham 72......E }W.J II Mooney
deemed it advisable to Hughes
rough, the captain injunction granted by the New York justice' 4.Nancy A Bowcn 5:.',.....lU'njuiniu Jordan 73......J 105..J0hn Sykes .
put into this port. She made the passageto simply restrains Willard, Allen and Kinder C.Mrs I M A Crews I 53; ......Plenty Jackson ,Sykes 100......William Wingate.
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this city, it i 1. stated, just as quick as she from selling, 6r in any way disposing of the 0......Jus Crews M..Tol1Jt..rt Little
wheels. The road and its branches until the final judgment / 43......J J K'1inundoi45. \ 55......J A McIntosh[ Done by order of the Board
a would have done with two of the court on the trial ot the cauo: ......11 Uraenbaum :ili...?.11 O Moore this 27th day of July, 188l.
3t steamer will leave this morning for her des upon iu mi'rtts-a thing they were not at 40.....KHzabtftU Hughes 57.....,llenry Maitair r JAMES"McGIFFIX
J1. all to do iu e"ent.-l'WfoitliaH. 17,.,...Alex lliggiubotham W..l\tt..iUow\ ,. Chairman.
t tination.-;$u M.&aA !Pews, August likely any Attest: : J. A, KDWAEIW Clerk -

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