Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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STATE XIM'S.Alttchun. Wells' will meet! about the last of this progressive theories: i is :\11'1'1halllin\ \ rock wide running ::11'011111h; (' entire building.Thi !surveys! for roads down t the peninsula. The
month.-The recent !settlement of the for its enlargement He will' begin with an I -- morning, about o'clock! Sam Jen- Tropical, Peninsular and Florida Southern 1
city's debt\. has brought the old bonds into eighty feet building at tho n':.r of the hotel ; I kin, at lloyd's sawmilla* terribly mangled may: bo said to be well{ under way in n South
s, We may not make the claim for1chui: the market. One lot of $::'orH.O14 ottered tho first story will bo of rock and. two upper I'' by the bursting of the button saw.Vile Florida direction ; and, (rom what we could
which is made from some other counties, at 12.*) (cent, but\ we understand the oiler was stories of brick.. The old l building will then was !sawing: slabs: when: the saw tlew to learn in n recent trip up\ the country lively
that it I is the native home of the orange tree, declined ; in fact it must have been, a hut, for nil that, we Ll'1lcvl'our county would were 1'1'1'1'1ma.II' at twenty and no with a four story brick ediii"I'. It will be thrceinche.M Ivlowtlreshoulder I l and through roads may be expected both expect to
not compare unfavorably with counties takers. An; oiler: at eighteen was al: I No made, built and furnished in modem+ ..1.\'ll'nllt! supplied hits right breast, tearing: the hash! in a terri( roach )Leesburg about the first t of March[ and
making this boast.! The rearing: of young but we did nut learn whether or in>t the bid with all the modern conveniences, such I hll'lllIlI'I's: soon as \pos'-lhle Dr.) K. S. Tampa: !by tho end of tho year. The company ,
nod the maturing of older groves!; amp tho e was ncceptad1'ruurnht< already bearing are encouraging; ; evidences The first thousand ton of railroad l iron billiard saloon, etc. Mr.[ prawn started the !lto\\l'lllhC'\ \ ,{ How of blood{, but !says! he dues of capital' and! has displayed great energy ;
that orallgc culture in this county is a high fur the Pen=acolaV\ Atlantic iiilroad; will progressive spirit in Ocala.: Ho i I.* indeed I not think Jenkins can survive. .Jenkins thus far by completing its branch line ,
remunerative\'( industry. It is true that arrive in our harbur some time dining\ the the originator of the "boom 'I that I 1"1 carrying a colored I man, and has; a wife and three! of fifty miles from Pulatka to Gainesville in
every locality, even in this county, i 1:4 not I present month, and thereafter a thousand, ! equally well suited to the culture of this and tutu monthly are expected until the contract weightiues to our pockets, told we hope\ of the l Florida Southern Railway by its past! achievement, there is no room to
kindred fruits, but there is not a foot of dry i is, l'tllllpldc'1.rl'1 might state, in connection that he will reap the lion's! 'iare',: of its ben shops at this place has constructed a brake doubt that it will' bo one of the first, probably -
, land in our boundary where they will not with this piece of news' that the elfts-cabt: /: grow and produce, if moderately fertilized+l, steamer: Mobile[ has been chartered I by the Monroe.We misplacing the brake.) This obviates the ; South i 1101'111.We also have every confidencc .
cultivated, etc. One of the largest groves: in new road,l and will shortly'I b,' in our waters. see in a late copy of tho Union that necessity of unscrewing the !same; save: n in the Jacksonville\ Tampa t Ke'y
the county i is upon land that would not This boat \has been secured for the I purpose Mr.[ Stern has returned fray his: trip I to great deal I of time and labor and makes the! West road being built, and if the work is an
have yielded, when first rcelaiaicdsix bushels of transporting material between, this!! and overlook. Captain' Duval's survey; and states handling, of the train. much safer.-/' \ of corn per acre, while now it returns to Santa Rosa county, as: the contractors for "that, he found' water from two to three feet be, the completion of this lino of road will
the owner a net income of at least $:?,1I00) t the first thirty-five mile will operate on deep the whole way." We cannot think SH mlt',.. compete with that of the Tropical, Peninsular
annually No owner of land: is acting widely both !sides: of Kacambia: bay. The great de that he went, so far as!: the survey made by Quite an Interesting bear fight, took place: and l"lorldn'Southern.h There is likewise
who fails to do something in the direction mans for labor, which has been occasioned Captain Duval. It is probable that he found one day last week in I'anasoll'kco: hammock considerable faith in the construction of the
of orange culture ; and the immigrant can I$' this new enterprise, i is gradually being the low, fiat, marshy lands which lie at the For some lime then! has been n large bear Live\ Oak, Tampa t Charlotte Harbor road ,
have as good opportunities ollcrcd hero as supplied, and from present appearances we southern limits of the present cattle range, prowling recklessly, around in that vicinity, and it i is thought by some that tho chancesof !!
ho can reasonably demand in any other section presume the head I men will abandon: the which serves as a kind of dividing line between occasionally visiting the farmer img pens its being built as early as any of the
i of the State.-Atlvucnte.JlicE. idea expressed in the outset, which was to the country explored by Captain Du- and\ playing fisticuHTwith every dog became other roads are pretty good. It would certainly -
.-William Trapp, ex-member of the send West fur workmen.-l\-nmrvl! Ad- val and! the country u in which Captain Hen- in contact with It is said ho has a great bo n desirable as well as a paying line
Legislature, living in the Joncsville neighborhood rnnrc. dry's and other stocks of cattle gra/.e. Captain weakness for tiog-fights. A party of hunters of road. ItVlll bo seen in another place
about fourteen miles west of llrrnando.The Duval found dais, same low, Hat belt of a few days since, thinking that bruin I that the company has entered into satisfactory -
Gainesville, brought into our oillcc}\ on Saturday orange king of Florida, Mr.[ .1. .\. land and this :slough, whit i fs, miles and had; had full sway long enough together arrangements: with Mr. Disstonto built; ,
a sample of highland rice, which i is Harris, of Marion[ county) has, decided to divest miles in width, mid has prevented' tho cow- twelve dogs and went in pursuit of this road through his territory.--.s'unan<<
noticeable in several particulars. The finely much\ of his capital in Fernando hunters from extending their range any further him. Soon after entering tho hammock Tribune, ,
developed stalks arc heavily headed with connly lands, to bo planted, ill oranges and south. The cow-hunters, as Captain they struck his trail, and alter following it a
t the grain, several heads measuring: \ nearly afoot lemons. Last week he purchased from )Duval alleges, told him that: it was impossible short distance they found him tearing up a A 'l'BnnllJL'; 1I0LOO..I t'S1':
each. Last year he planted about halfan Colonel( \\'. J. Ilarnclt the hitter's titles to for him to penetrate any further south bohtble-bee IH' acre, on which stock wintered. His(I present something over three hundred acres of the than given point ; no doubt. this self-same; he was in a fine humor\ to receive time dog. KKVUI-TI\ LOSS OF MFB': AND I'UOI'KUTY I.VWOODrtRKH
crop is a quarter of an acre of the stubble Kulmnks laud, comprising the beautiful elevation net-wo'rk of ponds, lakes and marshy: cypress To cut. tine story short, wo. will\ give the result IN MICHIOAN.From .
,rf worked and rattooncd. His experience called\ the I'ubanks Hill, on the heads, hut the invinciWe\ spirit of Captain as: related by our inf Inter. The bear 1 t the northern and northeastern portions
with rice as a forage crop is corroborated \by t'11Octlaatla( prairie, and the lands: :adjoin )Duval) found a way through these! and\ whipped\ the dogs by degrees, so that the fun of Michigan[ reports are coming in of
other farmers, one now having A fine crop ing. On this, tract he intends to plant out a then he found that the land gradually be would I hint, longer, at I the same time keeping very disastrous wood-fires. Tho long continued
of the third years' rattooning, after successive : fifty-acre lemon gro\e. He also bought a canledricrund: more fertile until the rich some of them between, him and the hunters I drouth has! rendered everything n'c
use for feeding stock." With such\ actual tract\ of iOTi! acres from )[1'. William\ Hope country: which he described in the Awomientitled /, the hunter not being able to advance dry as tinder," say tho Associated Press dispatches -
demonstration that rice can be made a upon which he also, m intends to plant omit extensive "tho Kvcrglades: partially myth.{ ." beyond a (:c'rinillllii'ltllllcn: owing to a mud- "ami numerous! partly cleared tract
staple crop, wo are nut surprised' \ that the t groves of "elll i-t l'ol'lcnl fruit When ]IJefore going; further, we will nay that before sink. At this time one of the gunners attempted of land covered with brush, decayed timber
practically convinced MtlHlt they \\ould such experienced men as )[1'. Harris invest the article was put in the paper we a Hank movement, but bruin out and\ other I inflammable materials, fiord the
not exchange their rice for corn: crops for in Hernando\ lands iv safe guarantee is given handed the proof to Captain )))11 val for correction flalikl'11lailll, dogs: and t'\'cr.thlllg else 'Fl to best: possible lIIllillllfor a rapid spread of
farm use.-Aluclina Aduncate.JfrailJ'oi'd. of the county's future prosperity. III purchasing and ho markrtl: \ the word rolling as other hunters\ say that the flank mover was : (lames, carried by high; winds, which have
a portion of the Kubanks: tract we mistake, and we intended that it should betaken last been going through (he wood: with the been, prevailing. Sanidac and Huron coun
Row AT.sTAJtKE.-Saturla night the lie.groes fear that )1\\'. Harris and the other buyers of out, but the comt-VvL.or:; .* neglected: to bear close at his: heel, *.-Iscsbitrg" Advance. tiny arotltOscgnes of tho greatest dcstruc, ,
gave n fair and festival at Starkc: and that land: have purchased fur themselves! : a do so. and hence Captain Duval's statement Linn 7which.t ,1 Uyrowins. positively. ,appalllng.r-r!
during the evening H man by the name of troublesome lawsuit. "'l' hope, however, that in that we were nii..taken. In everything IUII.1l0.ln01'1;S. In character. Ilundred.sof\ ftrnmshave: al rea Abe heed, from Lawtey, put in an appearmice. that the aggravating complications surrounding else Captain\ ( ]Duval) says: "that we been reduced to blackened: ashes.! Stock,
Some of the men questioned: Ales it may bo amicably and satisfactorily were correct," and fully knowing his: responsibility Mr.[ Reynolds, engineer of the projected crops, farm buildings and fences all have
right to be there, which was resented, ami removed, without legal warfare.Itfookxrille .- we are satisfied that Mr.[ Stern railroad from Rowland's ItlulT to Tampa\ been swept' away Men[ women and children
in a few minutes quite a serious row took Crttcctit.JllllsboroiiyJi.. turned hack before, reaching: this land and Charlotte Harbor, made a preliminary' have !been overtaken by the flame!, and
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.L '- of the route as t far south Uronson!!
plUCC, III WHICH elnlr {IUIMJII3 {IUOIV I'Ult. \rh11r.: [ Stern stopped at 1'unta K.ia: : on survey as several lives arc known to have been lost
Four of the party were wounded. Reed, not Dredging 1 in the channel i i""* again in progress his!' way to this placee were fortunate last week. )'l[1'. Reynolds informed us that It is: feared when full accounts are received
having any friends was compelled) to face : and Colonel Larkin Smith, the engineer enough to meet him, and !spoke! to him regarding the Savannah, Florida .t: Western Railroad that the loss of life will prove terrible. The
!' the entire party alone and wounded three supervising the work, thinks that a his trip. ]Having) heard from Cap- i Company' meant business, and as soon as a little hamlets of Anderson, Richmond and

of them He was also badly wounded, having nine-foot channel, sixty feet wide, at ]low .tain Duval, and being informed I by him, route was definitely determined upon dirt Charleston, in Sanidac county, arc all reported
been shot under the left arm and over water up to the wharves, will be secured that it would be easier to reach this: country wO'I\'ll/l'\ hl'okclI.-C Key Journal. to have been.';:.wiped 00. out, while Port
the right shoulder. He was also cut under under the present contract. The channel from Key West, we advised him to continuehis THE j'Y."lI.Clr.AnNTI: <' Rou>.-Sevcveral Hope' Vl'rorUlilIsand Hadac. Huron coon(
his shoulder, and from all accounts, is probably should be buoyed, as stakes are too easily I trip to Key "'('Iot; and then 'get some of inquiries having of into been made/ ty, are reported wholly or partly burned up.)
dead by now. We were unable to learn knocked down 1I11111li )llac'e,1.-Mr.[ James : the men who were with Duval on his: survey concerning the work on this new line, and People are flocking to the shore of Lake Huron
the condition of the other three men who T. Ever purchased, while in Savannah, a to go with him, but he concluded) to questions asked us to the terms of tho contract from tho interior of these counties, (lit
were wuun Cll. Four of the party were ar- boiler, engine, etc., which will bo put up at do so and to risk the! chance of finding it at this end, which wo could not answer the rmiy refuge from tho devouring lame*
restcd.-A Mr. Thomas ami another man his place at Shiloh fur tho purpose of sawing without a guide As we have before stated, we called on Superintendent Chipley Some were overtaken by tho spreading fire.
by the name of Andrew, living In the New lumber, ginning cotton and grinding.Tampa ( .- we do not think ho ever !got there, !but returned I for enlightenment; and will now state for Not less than twenty deaths aro already reported ,I
River settlement, about midway between Trltiunt.On disgusted with the trip before he was : tho information and satisfaction of our readers but it is hoped that these statement*! \ '
Starke and Lake Butler, had controversy, Leona half through.-Kty'cnt]\ Democrat that OIK of the stipulations agreed upon may prove Incorrect. In Tusola county f In
growing out of some disparaging remarks Sunday next, the llth lust, an additional Oraiiie.. between the road nail the contractors is that tho next tier of counties hack from Lake
made by one of them about a mutual female train will be put on the Jacksonville, About twenty more colored hands fur the first thirty-live miles out from I'ensaco-: Huron and south of Sugiiiaw, fires are all
acquaintance, and they had agreed to J'cn'acola it Mobile la ...halllJe raging, but with less severity The losses
Railroad, running at work on the extension of tho South Florida completed by till 25tli of November are overshadowed by a moro terrible condition
fight\ ,; duel! to settle it. On the morning appointed night, very nearly on the old schedule time llailroad to"Lako Tohopkaliga arrived on 18S1. This does not include; however, of things. In adjoining counties the
the two men, accompanied by their in force during tho former administration of Tuesday, and were sent out on the train: in tho bridges; over ]Iv-cainbiu bay and ISluck- same state affairs{ exists In I.upccrcoun)
respective! friends, met. Among the Thom Mr. Laird, the present: superintendent. By the evening. The great trouble with these water river, as: these structures will not be ty the whole country around Saginaw: and
Hay City ii! ablaze from tho
as party was: a negro. Andrew had with )him the new schedule trains will arrive at Tallahassee in n finished state before next June. There tak
colored hands is, the large majority are so ing: (tIr('. Reports of many losses to farmers
his two sons. Before the principals hall taken from the east at 8 o'clock\ p. ui. and very trilling and good !(\nothing. The railroad is! now a large gang of men employed on are beginning to reach here"
If' '"x their positions: the negro shot one of the 8.50 a. III., and leave, going eastward, at O..TO company pay their way up hens! and either side of Bayou Texas, and the probability DKTKOIT, MICH., September Telegraph
/ young Andrews. His brother ran to a neighboring p. in. and 4....) a. 11t. This night train will bea numbers: of them, after working 11 day or is that in the next thirty days our people communication worst of the burnt is en I i rely cut of oil' with the
I )parts region this state
house, where ho obtained a gun, and passenger and mall and train the will see an iron horse steaming around ,
express two, quit ami !become vagabonds: in the so that reports are yet somewhat fragments..
hastening back, in his excitement, accidentally day\ train freight mill accommodation train; nullity, We do not want our county stocked China Point and up the "shores, of Kscambiu ry, and it is hoped exaggerated ; but there
shot one of the other men. The negro and the arrangement cannot fail to be of with such trash.., and fie railroad !'IIOIIIIIhavo bay There is also! some talk of the company aro many fears that tho worst ,U far from
then started to run, but three or four guns i great benefit to the patrons: of the 1'0\11.- sending u locomotive to Milton having been told. The complete destruc
some legal hold on them, to require by thou of Richmondville! / Sanilai: county, is
were fired at him, some of the shot striking Floridlan, them to work after bringing; t"elll.- steamer, to operate in Santa Rosa It is but confirmed Tho villages of Carson, Charles
and shattering his arm.-Jacksonville Union. Ma,"on. C. C. Ueasley, of Maithmd, was in last reasonable to suppose) that this step will become ton and Tyre are retried to be completely{
Clay.A SALE or THE OCALA HOUSE.-; The sale of Thursday, to get a large bill of lumber from : neces.sary in consequence of tho delay destroyed of Delaware and Ashley Markln partly BO. The townships -.
correspondent ot'tlle New York Jhme. the above hotel, mention of which was made San ford Mill for the construction of a roomy which will be experienced| before the gap between Sanilac (county and, Uerghani and, Sherman Austin and, tn
Journal learns that Mr. Isaac Craft has purchased in our columns! some weeks ago, was consummated house for Messrs. Adam k Co., of New the two counties in bridged. The Purls in Huron (county are burned over,
in Florida about 400 acres of land, or last Wednesday night and )Ir. York, for whom he is agent. The house Peiisacolu." & Atlantic move steadily for and (deserted. Crops in these townghiuswere"'
nearly the whole of Magnolia, and is, at this{ C. )(. Drown, the new proprietor, took will comprise eight rooms and a cellar, and ward-I'entncolti Advance. all The harvested remains and of nearly all of are now ost.
i\ family
time, erecting a fine hotel on the St. Johns charge yesterday. The change of manage- will be erected on the coni| any'. land, near A New UAii.HOAD.--We see from the Atlanta Redmond, were found in well seven near,Charles namett
river, one mile below Green Cove Spring, to ment in this hotel is a notable event jn thematin Mr. has Constitution n bill has been introduced ton, they having entered the will for shelter
which place! he will lay a in order '.I .-_.. "r "' ___I.. ...._ ., y ..r_ _.'._ Kcdney's. Mr. Ucasley already -. . and being there suffocated. The charml
tramway / ui isuaia. jir J'.0I. nurrm, me niu cleared m tile sir.
the ueorgla
sixty acres there fur: firm and setout legislature by ttharpe, of remains of
that his guests may enjoy the baths at GreenCove. proprietor, took charge of it on the 1st day IWO trees, and will soon have it all Macon, to incorporate) the (;Jeorgia Southern Charleston, Henry and u family were named also Vasnla found in in w
The new hotel will have running of January, 1857, and has been conituntly planted After the trees get started they t Florida Railroad Company. The proposedroad Paris township and Mrs. Decbert and her
water and open fireplaces in each one of the at his JM wt ever since. Ocala was but a ham. will be budded Mr. 1 lea.-Icy has the timber is to run from Macon to Dul'ont, (ha. ., children were overtaken by the flames antI
150 rooms; the halls will be heated with let then and the burned to death. M1.
measured but forty also! cut down on seventy-five acres for and thence to tho Florida line. This road In Watertown
given steam,to and the the utmost attention will be feet front. It was built in 11'1.>1. At that the Name parties near Apopku. Mr. J, when built will run through the best timbered named Dennis, have township it is another believed family, been,
perfection of the arrangements time there were no sawmills in the country Wayne Spitler 'has the contract for building and richest cotton belt of Georgia, and burned. Two families, named Tbornton
for draining, ventilation etc. }Ir. Seavey and the weatherboarding wa, made of the house. Messrs. Adams. t (',). were for will oilmen up one of tho richest sections of and I ce. it is feared, fell a prey to the
will have the management of this fine new cypress Ixmrds gotten out by hand. It was tho butte that has Ha me*. Near Richmond town there was a
merly of Richmond.., but are now doing never heard tho shriek of gale, carrying the fire with
house which is a that.
to be rapidity .
completed good owned Mr. .
by Josiah Paine now of Quit- business in tho locomotive.: It will often
bon for the Florida New York rlty.-&*ah Florida connect on the r.rcventt.\1 escape. Yesterday after,.
tourists. -Green CuteIZtcambla man, Ga.8 goon ai Mr. Harris purchased Georgia line with .a road through to Lake noon t of the wind changed, and
Spring.. it he began to nuke additions to it, until it Journal.I'ubutrtt.. .City and thence with the Florida SuuthcrntuChurlutto this. it is feared will add new destruction bvsending ,
finally reached its present length The beautiful I I Last! week rattlesnake !killed Harbor! in thU "State.' Thi< the flume over sections that had ism,
t Engineer: Wells the a was on Captain will 'caned. It was much cooler last night, which
the western division locating; engineer on row of oaks, which I N now its principal| Ellis: place near Orange Lake, which make one of the moK direct lines to the U in that respect favorable, but the wind Is t
of the Pensacola & attraction, were then no larger than the orange I measured six feet six inches in length, was North and Wcbt for passage, and the transjiorUtion high and the country helpless. There) are
Atlantic Railroad, i1l i about cast lgns of rain
without which
forty that there
now adorn seewte
our fix inched in ot fruit and
of Pensocola tidewalka.1 : four and a half inches vegetables, and will to be no deliverance.
preparing to cross Yellow Mr, and Mrs. Harris wilt Loth missed across the head, and had eighteen rattles.Kome be one of the most profitable rood in the Theboard of trade of IhlVcity ywtvnl
river before starting for the *.:
Choc hatcbeo.. from their old 1laL't'tlt and theIjoiiMf. will not wiake- ': Htat U.IQ" appointed c-MninissiopertUiwJillcU
mt --. )larvlk.. contractor, hu,* relief for
Major Piekett in char?'h of the corps on the really look natural without them. iSut it comrn'u'tJ the envtion the destitute communities! a"it'ls very evi
of the
eastern division is about eight miles west orfarialllla. will soup undergo an entire change and Florida AT no time sing the war h,4s there been ;dent" that u large wort in thotdlrmLyi 1 1'V
) working in time direction of the will bear resemblance Southern Railway: |ptl*IWU"'l'r dej ot ut this such guierul confidence throughout faet.I: I ourd'torx. Hundreds of famili'iirKM" ?tall
Cbocktawhatchee where no to its |tnent frhape, I>Itrp. The limem-ium of the building will\ i and South Florida in the several I IlruJ'1' their property and thi+ yersr'n ,TI P*. an. ;; .
his party and )ira Brown, win 5 if! iiotud for 'lit.. energy and be 1U by'JJ fact. with M platform eight fvt I railroo are reduced to a condition. "t'HI.t .. 'I i, 'r .. V
\ which
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WHAT TJ TIIK (JALWltnt \ F jor's!: immaculate gaiters: and the big owl's ago was here on a itt: :! Patty goes into Mr. Henry lUew, discussing his client with additional lengths of ladder, stirred by a 1
I head with the red I glass!'! eyes!'! that used to wild ruptures about small provocation engaging frankness-"thin meanest little simultaneous impulse of frolic, to join ,the ',:
\ adorn Hiss: \ ImvfniaMc'ran's( !' hat) just in I t lie was \'er\kind to her f I poor, forlorn screw 1 ever met with I hope he'l with mad game of follow\ my leader (and that "
I Is the gain ? time to prevent his master! from burstinginto little woman. :!'! Corbet was delighted draw his business from us that !1111 Think' leader Congo{ ) over tho rout'of llrockwood. t
J t It one should run >t, and then quarrelled furiously of his disputing the servants' to 1 There can never have been !weirder sceneunder ..
!l Ucli And at the last!:! with weary I pice, which seemed iminfnent. : with Idll. I beliesc' he used. disre month's wages Clad recommending us. to the slurs than that monkey) 111t 1 I
' ,if. and Win to the goal, lord tint his yearsA \ : What did it mean ? 1\dlililal la t' about her lollk(' '," send that poor little black prince to the llrockwood looked as hlg asa
,!J elect: harvest field of waste and tears, "'c speculated( argued, betted, nearly 11101 kc\' ?" I \ Union, lie makes mo sick, he Ilo('!!. I can'l the half h ,hG The roof t ran up{ into countless '.
Of tltrllHtill\llcl"f hurled trust! fought over it, so disproportionate grew the ,rhy. yes, she had one for a pct just stand! him much longer. 1 must stay down and ridges, now and descending sheer
.I 4 tlon?' llich with dead !hopes and hitter dust, excitement in the dull stagnation of ourlives then, : nasty: thieving, mischievous creature here till affairs( are W011ll11 though.,Luckyfor abysses of bllckn. !, now opening into
i 1 t tunrlis And strife! and sneer and ceaseless (pain, in thu: lym'ggin) and got no nearer the I'verOllt'; hated it. and/ it ended by mo the Major's great wide plains of lead rooting with tn'lch" I ,";;.
.1mf What Is the gain ? truth. Once the solution of the enigma! (nstil/ )poor; \Inol'Iarlllil.r: IrlJkwoo.1. )Iujor :Inrilier. from Ireland ?" erous )pitfalls of skylights The great stacksof .
kcaltete' seemed within our grasp! ( -thanks to Mr. :'or: Iut" doesti t know "Yes ; 11.II't 'Ol sec him ? He's here chiuneyseast black shadows across ourway
; What is the gain ? Terence OTIahcrty. :about--but Miss Corbett) called man- ali ullis alfe'clionatecousin ; an owl flapped out at us ; lights bcallto )
When having reached; u sunlit height, He visa /local "squireen," proprietor of lunrrl/swil.lcr. and a time-serving hypocriteone } isn't overjoyed haYI him ; but he flit. about excitedly in tl.c; windows that I.
4 stat Through hiirren sweeps' of gloomful night, the beforcmentioned\ bog, whom in defaultof day at clllHr. and begot up and said, seems 1 l'lll IIUlldpl he'll stay a week, overlooked( our course ; the servants turnedout
Hoping to see beyond the J hAS other society, we IIst'llto; invito continually good-by to quite pnlit'lyllll left the and/ ('evidently doesn't!'! mean
!lair lands: of hc.mty 111101'rCllt", to mess |/litCcntoucc. Ilis I lu after before thlo; ('!" we four lunatics, in evening dress, ran. halloed -
tint Tfcierc lies before, stretched far away him, and the guJe tell that there had scrambled and peri I
S He was heavy enough when !sober'! later monkey left orders with HeWl'lIt on to me slipped led our
f stet 1 (Unto the confine: of the dayA on great on ]Home I'ule and the departed the butler that if ever it was to bo disposed search made lira wi. thoughto necks more times than we cared count .
t per Isolate and shadelcss )plain, glories of Ireland and his family : 'I lie of ho'lllikl' it. Next day Miss Corbett did I moral certainty none cxi tcl, I s Cor- without the smallest chance of ever (coming .
;I: ..Usf What Is the gain ? fightin' riahertvs," duellists of note in the nothing but. cry and moan after him-saying bett's ways being well known up with our quarry unless by his own goodpleasure. .:
the ? brave days of old when (Castle Flaherty! was that ho had deserted. her, and that the 1u1 r. Jonathan Manllier took possession in Carmody) III good training from '
)f\\ 1st sail for What months is of cold gain and toil kept tip 111 princely style, and "the \'Iar'tIII monkey .should I bo hauiged-so: Parker, the due (our c. Mr.[ Blew extorted some concessions long practice, kept well up ; then the boy,
i,: .the'I' To recoil. the cellars would have; flooded the country butler, took it away and sent it oil' to Major from him by representing{ that his nn ex-slnter it uppearcel ; then we four at ,
.' Across:: wide seas'!, where for miles around.1' Marillier without telling her" conduct would be !4C"r'" criticised t ; by "the varying distances. JOlathnnInrillr: hail
doo\ Only to gather strength 1 and roar himself Fred.i I began and : quite taken heart of grace leended, contented 1
iltellleel ald
A louder challenge/ than l before, O'Flaherfy was mixing{ some \hl'lI .tollelll my Iof', county, ns Jonath:1
f'r, thick and dun whisky ami i water one evening before departing the f: of seeing all the starting in life ns 1 local magnate, "as! soon himself with surveying us from a
Ami when
(find through\ fogs!:
( !, romancing the while gloriously, family UiIUzzll'.lni': myself. as Khoda could travel," he was amenable to distance.
last is
The coast at won,
t't' fro No haven rocky from the .storm-vexed main, when suddenly a black figure descended I 1 wish your friend eould be induced to reason.Ho Congo took it easy, now and then disappearing :;
w with n swing; and a bound from somewhere, make SOIC advances to :Miss orbctt'said actually asked us to dinner one day entirely into some hiding holeamongst
!I3 What I is the ?
; gain
t ltnf nrl: alighting on O'Fl.ihertv's shoulder1'. Congo' my lit; her. I'm sure he would have a 1I llenjor': [ Marillier departed I should the chimneys. When ho did soI
i tI, '" What is the pain ? of cour!'>I'. lie clawed fast to O'Flaherty's good; chance of the succession" say:I :\ :spent a fair share of his I noticed that Carmody marked the place be-
Indre 4" The race I is won we wee the light, hair with one hand and plunged! the other That \lariIIicrwilI never do," I replied time at the rrtof', and was deeply touchlll fore dislodging hint .
!, We conquer where the storm-winds (fight; into the scalding: brew \presumably in search: emphatically "Jllot that sort of luau ." at hearing 01 ( narrow escape of heiress At last, alter a steady run of fifteen miuutes -
tio' We show the way to those who wait ofsng.ir ; then, chattering wrathfully, upset! It's a shame Fr.da -sluilu ., he seemed to conclude that it was timeto
I; With faint hearts by the walls/ of fate: ; the boiling mixture on O'Flaherty's l'gIIIICI "I'l speak to Miss Corbet myself: to-mor Wo found the party to consist: i of Mr.[ Blew, dispense with our atenduncl. and accordingly
1 Our banners flutter in the van vanished with a lock of his", hair. ; I know .she likes me. Nfo I you shall the :Marillier cousins, ourselves! and Lord made for "holl'. hardly -
': Of battles fought for thought and man, O'Flaherty's language was forcible, ; wellit go and tell her what a fine fellow her cousinis. Allonby, I big jovial squire of the ollllochool I keep him in view ns he flew u)to 1 hi'>her )
: raw And ignorance and. darkness wane.Tins might b r',. Marillier IIJlolo 1 1r(1 in the i We'l drive over together The dinner was magnificent, level and round to the front of the Tug
l ;, is the gain.MAJOR'S handsomest: manner, but the blood of the never came oil: Once only display of family plate which attended it. m Ild with a mighty leap gained 11
i descendant of the "fightin"' Flahertys:! was I in our lives Wlt Miss CorLt'lt alllllll'itinctlto I Parker waited-under protest, ; in fact it was marched opening at the ofthlcuek\ tower.
hieI TJI1 MOUKKY. up, and I mere words: had! no I'owel"w np- meet the moment of Mr.f Jonathan only out of consideration for :Major! :Marilli Carmody gave a Jllnoo" of tri
n I extM1l1Ce pease him. Marillior's arrival all outsiders! like er that he condescended to remain underthcsame \lph. and was after him Congo
He demanded, the instant! execution of ourselves. were gently and unobtrusively roof with )Ir. Jonathan, he informed;l danced and defied him madly.I He was sale
"(1 ,. When I, a very young subaltern, first Congo or the satisfaction of a !gentleman. kept from approaching ponrul11 woman, lime Itw'asadisnlalceremouy: The cou: r. Joined my regiment (the Royal Manx Fusi- "Are these your only alternatives asked who 1'llli'III''hll'r and shakier every Sun were har1 Yonel fdllt tcrm Blew I lookedbored they came, also Jonathan. The gardener's'
I J ,to.I' !) tho depot) hud been for some six the Major[ gravely."They day loor11s:\ Tatty's ('Vl1 Ill nose bore Allonby and the Major grave boy s\lrmellup first, but retreated in dismay -
,311 1 'i'iI months stationed at the delightful town of are" blustered Terence signs /lIth wlt'lill.t.{ and we heard of no and curiously absent from a vigorous onslaught of Congo's. .
t I t Bally 1I0 glll, county Longford, Ireland. "Then [ accept the latter," said Marillierunhesitatingly. new pets being Jonathan was captious and argumentative "'Never mild the monkey !" shouted the
I suppose lilY brother> had by that (One night came a furious peal at the hell, when! ho wasn't boastful, talking of the Major ; turn out his hlding{ -}place."
t"th t titnd contrived to exhaust all too resourcesof You're' n gentleman, bedad exclaimed: and a mounted groom delivered l a note !from changes: that would be made when the 1 looked at Manlier in amaze. His voice
f the neighborhood the way of amusement O'Ffithcrty,51tddenlysobered. And if you Miss Tatty begging my father to come without place had a master." was cracked and shaky with excitement, his
tiI j jI for on m my arrival I found them red think that dirty little baste worth figlitin'about ; delay. 1'Il drive"I," I called out to t Where's that pine-apple?" he suddenly face deathly pale, with a grim, desperate
I I'tit It.6! '' ucet d to three topics of conversation : First: Terence 0'Jt'lahc'rty'slot the man to him, plunging into some:! clothes ; and 111 asked look about it. In his disordered drc..scl
I I a,snipe-shooting{ bog with u bird in it lying begrudge you the pleasure Still I'd be quarter of UII. hour we were on the road, Parker looked slightly (confused but replied tangled. hair no one could have recognized
; '.e. within reach 'Second thcsayings doings ready to overlook it and let bygones be bygones greatly wondering what had caused the with dignity : ".\1 accident tins:! happened him as the standard: of military propriety so
,8 of thu three Miss McCrans du/.zling{ beau- if you'd give mo one single decent summons.Lights( to it, 1 believe, sir ; but Il inquire." well known to Uallynoggin.!
1 :'J, tica, ,daughters of tho local t' solicitor, who reason for keeping{ the haste" were in the ISrockwood windows "What has!'! become of it ? insist on Then followed a queer scene. We all gotas
1 t.; kept n "cirge' and resided in a stucco villa A pause, during which we all grew breathless us we drove up. I One !I" clanged from the knowing l""Parker! close under the tower as we could. Someone
with QI tcllalllaro" painted on tho littleJl'cl'n with excitement tall clock tower over our heads ns we passed: had llropleared. but one of the /sent up more lanterns and l clothes-
gate, on which tho manly forms of Maurillicr looked as imperturbable as under the echoing archway that led! to the footmen replied basket into which the contents of poor
two or three of tho Hoyal Manx: were gen- ever "If one reason will afford!; you satisfaction big hall ISrockwood was rambling old "The monkey, sir"- Congo's treasure-house were flung, he me'un-
I tI orally to be seen lounging in conversation: )[r, O'Flaherty, I don't !see how I red sandstone pile smothered in ivy, look Ill not stand it !" broke out Jonathan. while lamenting 'or with
,wIth tho lovely Oer'ldino or Norah Third can in fairness refuse you. I keep the beast ing gloomy' mil ( ridden enough by I.! always that. .Ton k(' :,' whatever. happens impotent wrath from the top of the tower : I
I Major: Marillicr's monkey, and why he kept because expect him :sonic: 11a\0 to bo worth daylight but iHisitivflv' i gruesome in. the Yesterday it was tie sugar-tongs ; First the sugar' tongs, also the crown of the
.it. .4,000' a year to tile small I hours. 1 was:; i left by: Parker; : who: ; old family)' plate, heirloom I today the de>s- missing pine-upple ; next my fathers gold
I 1 1k 1t The snipe became bore now and then And that was all we ever got out of him his head) dolefully when I lluirec after his Bert How any man can reconcile it with eyeglass missing since the funeral and one
.one's interest in Oer'ldino's bewitching I got (leave in January and started homeward mistress' with one candle, spaciousvault his :sense: of what is simply honestto of Parker's shoes, also n lmandfut{ of livery:
Irishism or Xorah's, conquests might even : joyously of a llnln-rool.) surrounded by grim be the means:! of making away with another buttons, nppm'lItv. wrenched 1 oaf! That
'Hag occasionally: !but tho mention of Congo's/ My father had; )been, promoted to a good portraits ali gone Corbetts, staring man's property I can't cnn'cve." seemed tutailf 'recent pilferings ; but
name or of his latest iniquity brought excitement living{ in the country since I left home, nail out white from their dingy backgrounds. So he fumed-the Major cllg under a of rubbish:" came n collection
into our flattest moments directly. the first week of my visit was spent in seeing The gloom ,and the stillness grew so appalling a pear with supreme indifference. l eillentl'clatin from his earlier days at
Congo was a beautiful little creature, with and being) seen. My[ sisters Freda and that I fairly jumped when the door suddenly The whole big suite of rooms -yellow Urockwood, : a faded and battered workbasket -
long soft fur dark face and paws, and gentle Jcrlie[ trotted me all over the place displaying opened admitting a truly awful u apparition drawing room, blue drtwing-rootu, music- once brilliant' with satin and beads ;
mournful eyes, tho temper of a wild! cat the church, the cow, the pet old women, -a figure with disheveled black room, boudoir and conservatories illuminated a gold-topped smelling-bottle ; a set of'!
:and, the morals of an imp of darkness. He tho schools, the new pony-trap and the ringlets in a hawl-patcr dressing gown, for our benefit, but felt all too narrow kitchen skewers ; J prayer book, and an evil
was: supposed to reside in a house made of a points of view They treated'mo with a rspect ':- (':e'urrying a bl'clru\)1\ : to enclose the explosive elements of our smelling maC!, which on investigation,
i '., wine-coso in Carmody's. the Major's servant, { and consideration thai was! .'entirely "Mr. Marillier'I presume," I retained 1P proved I to have: been! once a tongue highly!
,. 1"- room ; but except for the purpose of secreting novel ami for which "suspected I had to : sufficient composure I ( : to remark. Blew, 0\111 at last walked the Major out decorated and frlh.t with lace paper. We
his plunder in tho straw, never was thank: my uniform (which I had been implored "Yel. I'm Mr. Marillier[ Miss Corbctt's, through tho conservatory on the terrace. It got quite lt it, but it began to feel
found! there by any chance to bring. with me) but which trasscvcrthcles only nephew. I've not the pl'asurelfour was:! aVurmish' February night-such thingselo chilly, and we made. a movement toward f
h eVery device that tho mind of man could gratifying. It was: all very UC'Uailtull'l sir, mlt at Inother befall now and then-and a blazing moon friendly attic window opened for our de
conceive, and Carmody hit upon (a fresh:" one pleasant and 1IlJIIIl'Iik1111 I quite forgot; :! hI ha"I' make ; but for a "'0 walked backward and forward for a turn scent.
onco week at least, failed to secure him. : how very much in love with Xora McCranI stranger to just now is-you must or two, and then leaned over the balustrade, "Stop, please," I iulploretithelinjor ; "onlya ,
''lie bit through leather and rope, untied I bail: begun to be one short week ago in excuse II saying it-a-a species,of intru looking at the expanse of lawn and shrubbery moment longer ?" His voice was husky
knots, picked locks! dislocated chains!' and Hal ly noggin.My sion." ) and the woods beyond, all wonderfullyclear and queer, ali his hand, I laid l on my arm,
:ttVonllcll: by flying\ like a demon-spider : mother, in the\ pride of her heait: took "Miss: : Corbett sent an imperative summons unit distinct in tho white, still light. trembled violently."Hurry .
up and down'every passage ami, staircase in me! to pay visits with her all over the country : to my' father," I r'plcil Suddenly a spectral outline flew over the men Is that all ?"
the place-Carmody swearing in his wake so that when the first\ Sunday came I .)Io"t extraordinary I very extraordinary lawn, followed by a very buL!>tmtialligure "Every; bit, Mr, except) sonic torn papers
Jill ho }gained some coign of vantage whence round 1 felt quite intimate with at least half proceeding. I am Miss: Corbett's natural in hot pursuit.. anillter. A t
it was impossible to dislodge him. the congregation. guardian and protector.. I'm her "Congo! exclaimed Marillier and I simultaneously. .OWII." f '
To appreciate the l situation one should "Who was the funny old lady( in a yellow nephew) She only took the name of Cor- 1 JOt' I't it rt.cal Holly noggin Down came an armful of ruLhbhlon"
have. known tho Major, bonnet and furs:;, :sitting" ; under the pulpit!"' bett with the property.. Dear, dear llhoda ?" by kicked it over .is:! it lay at
Ho was a Mcdatl and 'dignified personage: asked after dimmer ought to have been hero now ; / lady can Congo it Wa'. Jledodged[ Carmody rOlndl'ounll gutter. )Iore family plate, ha I ha !" and
} :about flrty.'cry quiet and I rather precise :\li'l8 Cmltl'ltot' I(rock: wood." said. my bo of so much use-such a pity to have the fountain and then-attracted lucked up a tin flour dredger, batteredamt
and t "old-maidish" in his ways. always mother."You know we called there on brought your father here at this time of I presume by the ,brilliant range of rusty:< "'hat's this inside ?" A big
suspected that ho considered' himself created Thursday, but she was out." night And I Dr Iturnaby refuses to let me lighted windows-made for the terrace came (envelope full of papers was doubled up and
by nature to bo the regular) pattern of the And the little nigger with her1' see my aunt. Khoda should, have been here, up and over the side in three swarming crushed into it.
I, ; British ofileer and gentleman, and intended 011 That's a n.ulI'ril'un prince, her but our baby-our ninth-is only' four days leaps, chattered I recognition of his master, Family letters That is my affair/ said
,, I his dress!, demeanor and! conversation to be latest pet, son of Oko Jumbo King of old-or she should certainly have been with and then to make all safe, seized. a trailing Jonathan: Hold the lanterns, some one.''
1 instructive l studies for us youngsters-each lionny.)I She wanted a heathen to convert her dear aim ut. Hear, dear, it's pityto bough of ivy and swung himself. aloft, up to They were damp anti discolored but the
wr was so perfect' in its way. 1 can't imagine herself and the missionaries had no end of detain you hero !I" and so on IHtlU lIIaUI- the ornamental stone-work above one of the enveloped, linen-lined, still hung together.
why wo didn't detest tutu I think wo were trouble to steal this one for her, as she insisted 4h'n'tlln a querulous; monotone, while I listened windows. Blew looked over his shoulder.
.f rattier proud of him and considered:" him a on his: being!, of good family," ( erty to the dock chiming the quarters all Up' came Carmody."It's Last will and testament of -,I he
{1 credit! to tho regiment. Ho was u thoroughly explained."She's woudeied whatever Wil going on.Mr. the housekeeper's best. bonnet, yer. rend "I think, )lr. [ I had better
I I ttI good, kiOd-hcttrtcd fellow an fund : wild about pets" fredacuntinued, Jonathan Marillier hud talked himself honor I Flues just dancin' mad after him," take charge of that," 111 arilit'r.drew it with,
; and it was generally understood that he :11111 /she changes them once a fortnight at to sleep in his arm-chair when my father he panted., out ceremony from Jonathan's band Sup
could, if he chose do everything better than lets: Tho place was just like a parrot- entered hastily:! Congo proceeded to dissect a mangled mass pose we go down and look this oar, gentlemen. -
!\\lybodyelJc, Ho didn't often choose and house 1 at the Zoo( once when wo !first,; came, '[1)111. min' boy, we want you at once," of black stun, part of which seemed composed ."
generally held aloof from our sports ;amipastimes and tho next thing wo heard of her was:! mil he hurrfl'.lmo oil. Most extrlrlila- of giant grapes, made evidently of We lef Congo and his tormentors to adjust -
not only refusing: to enter his that Dr. lUmiahy was furious at being sent ry freak of the clear old lady's! She has some inedible substance, for after tasting li l differences! :: and descended.
horse for our steeplechases:< but actually declining for one winter night i to see her kangaroos. lall\ wilt.avill/-t/ _'.010' to me .\ one, Congo wrenched oil' and cracked the Such n set of dirty, disreputable !
to lend him to Miss: oruhIc'l'rall: The clillllleUSII't agreeing with them. She least 1'1 t la\'o : and tht'l others spitefully till he took to pelting Blew the drnwin -room mirrors Jgurcl, : !'
t for the same invasion kept talllnnkt.s once and they escaped and to go to She has taken a fancy to with them. one had had time to think rl'f.ted. tn\
His dress! w usa study of cut and color, were 11'\1'1 found. Xo one tired cross the her. I cant witness: the will, of course, sowe )Iuriier meanwhile was: talking to Car- :My father started from (quiet and
P from the parting: of his hair, to the toes of his park f.'r months t after, as they were ,supposedto vant you. Tho rest of the mOIlCOI'S mody. stared in amazement at our 1 nap but
# bouts ; but I think his rooms impressedi\ mo be hiding there" to the county daril('..., as I expectCtl'Notlt- "There they arc rlull.cnuugh, I'll be stared more when he beheld appearance our plunder, It !1
tI most-such combination: of military I heard a good deal about stairs bound I heard the latter "Two r
precision more Miss Cor- hug to that l sor, reply proved to bo, as we all one of Miss
with feminine prettifiestrophic) of hdt'l eccentricities before long. She had "'0 1'lIt're.11": Curbett's room. The old fine'active boys, and ladther enough to go Corbett numerous usse.l, wonder of .
t warlike weapons, lace flounces to his shelves taken 1 violent liking to my father, and lady Ilt bed, supported by weeping up, a church steeple, let alone the roof." wUllcl1! in favor of (Jnstavus Inll Adolphus
and chimney-board, tiger skits! \'rcln'l-wurkl Used to send for him constantly, much to Miss l'aUIn the gloom I could just I\IIllalltl'rM ?" Marillier asked.I larilcr. of II, M.'s 112th Itegiment
; ; antimacassars: military models valuable Freda disgust, as she had. to drive him to discover u )pair of very bright eyes lookingout thought it ratticrane'peiulitnrc of I force :\ leers !). Royal
tilt! old china Ho had some engravings Ititickwood-" tho man," 1 ('compound of of I hatchet: face surrounded by voluminous if they only wished! to recover the lonllct. I gave chcer-I couldn't help it did
and I photographs about and gardener, butler and coachman the old 1 housekeeper \ demolished.
over being inva trillings. !'urkerund now hopelessly Congo hac put Allonby ; and we rushed at him to
c t, tuu" fireplace hung" lartro; water-color sketch! lided. Tho old lady's grn..t consideration! Wt'I'O- present and the doctor. On I it un, ali Allonby. who halljl"t come out, him t ,befurewo remembered Jonathan's congratulate
Brook wood. Leicestershire mugnificejitold ) in life was the disposal her large property', the hearth several sheets of torn blue )paper{ was shouting with laughter. presence He raged, talked of
I baronial reshlellcu-whil'll. without which was absolutely under her control.; !moulkr'l-tw previous will I supK| >setl. Very well, very wel.lljor: Marillier," and vowed he'd!turlllcl fight it conspiracy but-
i tutu lightest;; foundation for the idea we all Her prospective Ilir were as numerous as 'Il lew wih writing 1tcrial'l'IS on said Jonathan's VIII'C wlllow.h I've lllcw assured him he had /no chance-Uhe out ;
agreed W be tholajor'lj: birthplace or inlier- her \\'I'IS. and as Onl'l dIU.'. I table near bt.l found my servants in new OICC; document was all right and
(Rice, of which he had been somehow "She II end tell I can't be to regular, and I
by dying illl tate or leavingevcr.vthing "ll just you, whispered! exited: replace your IrtC"- think he was sharp enough to !see that the
wrongfully deprived. to the. or excitement Here hi* remarks were cut short
county l'hl.il. my ; any .liscu".ltl ) COI- Major was too good fellow
: t af. There was also 1hl writing-table, surrounded father used[ to say on COIIII 11111.from milaN be total; She is quite ration d ; I can go who made one leap( on to his head and a him some compensation t for his not to make
by. laden bookshelves at which lie one of I the numerous illf'\'il'WI be bad with t"lift that." second! into the rIlOIi', !. Marillier[ sprang melt, if he gave i disappoint
:spa It, most of his spare time, elaboratingand( lit'r 1'1 the subject. e ought, in t common l 1 I s your l non, Ir. livers ?" asked n after him. Hespc-dlike lightning r through) At last, about midnight decently.
revising his great S'f which to for her fa the bed Then the whole suite of we quieted 1 down
decency, provide hl'lIllt ser high shaky voice 1101 give rOll:, across the and let Marillier tell us his
vvo w rWOllt, to speak with respectful\ admiration. \'alt0 and that unlucky little ,Hrl'II. mil me tho pen. she tta"lt'llltlt'-- and I Into the (deserted dini0s rumn, hal, "My good cousin :: stun .
) $4y Now imagine, over this scene of so I told her." '. quick ,! See here !I" when wo came up with him, we found him juarrelled with inc in, 'limelcourse "' Corbett.
peaceful 1Irolrh.tr} a four-armed fiend nun- Next day i was Well. I think the old Parker held the light while she made 1 ravaging the table' his cheeks. stuffed with "tfie week after the he aid,
paging; ,; in his train ; ladhn'nu\.t up her mind at last. She has shaky but perfectly legible "Annubella." .\ preserved fruit null nut> Allonby tried to New very mind how the d! wi'n made
y { mnyingull manner impish pranks, hiding sent for nephew from I.O(1on-her natural tap {ante to the door ; she threw the |1"1 \a napkin over him. but this only protlucctl The new will! I and the \ about.
bottle of llrilliantine," carefully nnourked I heir-and 1\\111'1 wil in lib ':nlr. It down. "It's J.tathul? Keei, him out a fierce chatter, and tho crl'atur. now distant cousin-were both new favorite-a )
in the Majors bouts ; swallowing is 11'l'n' right and 1i I saw it signed, t He'l nitrth'rtilt' !"and then ti:1 buck "j".ech- seriously mired, kicking over the |>ergiie. and I was ready to on the premises.'
c ver)' stud! )ho l possessed, under the delusion 1111 ( and th\ one destroyed t ; raced back as he hud ll l 11 IC, Out on the ter ..t-ument was missed.go, when this precious
they were bon-bon->r l bombarding him that 1 is her regular custom before she signs less.U! was .I Ir. Jllthsl Marillier. We 1 hustled ra.up the ivy, appearing for one nronu'ntgrinmiiug Miss: t'urbett: Xuthing would t'CII-
( with freshly-corrected proof-shcctscrumphd, the I\W one" him out whi scant ceremony and returnesl over the hattlcme-ntcd: parapet, the \Vhy I that J bad nut Iurilint' t
and chewed into pdll.t-IUhl you'll have What's the new tlt like?" asked 1 tier to the Dr. Iturnaby shook hUhead \ut bi on the ril e-tC of the roof I I !IJIlI 110 80 I cal't 'uctre.
jame notion of the never-failing; zest the existence tie "laslieconle? -" It'* u question of moments now" against glue ky. lowt\'cr. 11. I had hud. some T
i of Congo gave to life in UaIlYllu 1ln. 1111, such a'horror!t" broke in Freda, mid u: he Miss ( 'rlwt'.IIUI fell buck hout him !" Mirieked Jonathan, half I t'lle flue flint COII'? doings,?, and the idea struck '
9 t Why did he keep it? looks like a little Jew tratlosulau-aud hismanners on the "lllkl Mi.. Putty aloud f mill if. I Ic'l got the nut-erackersIAsoy-! of hunthig IllO him(luyliuight have the I chance I
; .'vjiuo of Congo's performances:: turned him nn insufferable. I shan't go near I fit sobbing) ; the unsigned I wi slipped 1 ereign tu IIlm wll get u gun and brings I the f I down ull1'n'JtilU him of
livid with rage, but never drove him to condemning Ir.I'kWIOl again during )Ir. Jonathan glue I! from the' bed and 'I at my (.'t useless him down.;' wltrfr chief justify
the brute to exile or execution."Kvery slay." i I /heap oi w UuIH' |! 1101'lItHrt".Iw "I'llgive lentu any man who ( bring tpdf wih!i r1 *" C"rKU' of cviurse, uni l M
r : man Iiashispetetruvngane'e"heOH ) Marillier. I exclaimed., "I thought I I ,..il "h.t-ll\r,11 l'i>l'"ii .0..n< .0 I. It |pa>,.sed Mi to'J alive!" khoiitcd the Major.'UI Imth! I L f !hope{! l I htnl chine! till her
wont to KHV. Muilhm serenely. I wip.i had: let with Itrockwioid boture, but j jcouldn't from the jumr old h .lv h.nnU into (hegrasp you are. Mr!" aangout a Nouw.1 tl have renlerecj.it useless-
i i /y': t ,1t.t i.. ,;,,111', imagine when. I t>f )'lr. Jonathan' M.uiUiir.My i ; boy, hurrf\iiirf forward with a 3rlll'lIlr'l on his WIll I f'Jun.l"ho 'had dil intestate tbt'l
( /tts,':r *'r tlhl'4'i ir Major l Marillier\ Whit: on earth are yon talking about ?" father !b :.iy-t: >i'it.iiU5MthecIijmct.too|
.i.f e iijaror i'. being vvdli'l than vvbeii u rumor I aid tin- :scirls logi'ther. "1"n'l" hs!I...t'\t'r j ,,!-il lu,lip>. llenlllciated He placed it ugalnit the wall, and I tip the valuable alert i tu miss! ant haye ttirmodyon
.f tb It t t' ''ijJ*I wvas! 1'1"t anew.iIo 1l lla11.hl'l I bad done 1"Freda, at Ut- in.teral, i.fiourse. I went, and Wlt. lip went ('unniMlw' with u Ill h,1 evyr arrival here"
",,(,n'ft the brat,, : { lie ulus many: hidiTVn'hoUi I gan : "TIJIt.I'w' MsJ.ir MarHlu-r[ that found MUM \ in the same rrrltgl with u .WIIlJlIJ\in Ids tii tli, I'p! went )[ Jallh.r. clllh,I tllt'Itt'r>: Wa cleared, and any tory
;u. ju.igpie. My bed was one, p..r ) I'lt.1'0.> n. -Mb. 4' ut't U',c.>m- ',risk; v-.u.i.! MKit| from I/ndoii.. ri-pre- rll\'r. 1""tlll: "Come UIIII one 110 I uf l'tdoplu!l W like to her then lost '
l air! Ilh'
j 1J.IrrMNIy'1 ltltcking! : -hruhl l,, raw of tlut :Mj. i ia. :distant tu' tilln' yo'ars < limo \awful :.1.l that Marillier"raid 11> wtlt 11 full'iMcd 1 by two 11l1 with I: ",'nI ( unit, i.Js 'iolu'lof frndns *lila lf) into ha left the th rl"Mw ('

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ty member. The said characters being 111 .. s It.ll l.\VAY. (7'ur( ,+dngs. Tlou'r'dlI/,,d .....,'mmrd.mjal,

their perfection Inconsistent with old bacbclorhood -: C.\ 1:1): Leave St. Marks: I .12.t! )' 11.111.
too! Frc,ht's unpaid i legacy being] On) and fur Sunday, Aug :2!>;, I issl I, l'w m.rnger Leave \\'II k II 12.30a.m.:! : ) ,, 1:4\::
,I., Mill!' a, small grievance with him, 1 have i 1\ OK11IK'' Trains on this road: will run as follows .lrrivc'l'mlllathassc! "'. 1.40p.m.CONNECTIONS. ) .
strung idea that he intends to discharge:; all ATLtNTICGUlI'.1V1'.ST I INDIA THAN- : ).'u"t.Iil.: : Jack-Milt --..-.-
his obligation with one graceful\ net, and pro SIT UA1LUOAD, )Daily, Express.: .
vail on her to accept Brol'kwuud-plu the Except: .'IIII1.Hlilr.. ): i :\.

muster. I hope' so, nt last Any more? PENINSULAR I UA1LUOAD: ljoa\o Sav.tnnah for limb East;: nn\.West t bound trains meet at
The little Mack prince-not much convert Hilid, Brlll/rll ) Florida............ ...... l'(J p. m 10.15 p. 111. Live Oak and connect with 2:15: (rain on Savannah u. S. M.\II.. .NTiAMHIIll
1.11. I'm afraid-shivered; miserably throng!h ( ( / Lea\e .l.soh.............. a..ln< p. m 2..111III.\ : : I'lortda1'cstevmi Railroad for --- -- --------- -

a few more months of England: and then, .VMIFEUNANDINA LeaveVayeruss........., f>.05 j 1'.111. 1.:1.: 1\.111. :Savannah; and Albany. '
at his own earnest petition was dispatched Arrivoatc'all.ihan; ...... 7..1:11'.111.: 7:12: :! a.m. Passengers,:; for Chatlahoocheo Uiver Itoats! Will leave Cedar Key:
in rare of a party of missionaries from Llvurpool ) t it JACKSONVILLEHAILUOAD. : \ : .lrrive.laclsmn.ilie.\ ... .,1\11'. ma. s.l5! 1\.111. connect with steamer H.hl'l'I'1Jo'l'rlll: hnm
I hack to his own sunny Africa, and i Leave I Jacksonville..... i.a:1. l1). 5.25:! p. m Thursday: for Vpalachieohi.: 1'In.and FOU} NEW; otUl'VmW: : : OTHKR) ;

to.ik Congo with him.-Temple Jlar.VADULK Arrive at Live Oak; ...... IU5a. in.Leave every every Saturday\; for Columbus, fatly: and Eufaul.i Fit I DAY.FOU .
Lhe Oak'2:! ?) p. hi. ; Ala.Connects.
In Jffict: Mny Cth, 1',31. ; ,
+ 1'I, SAIL. ( Leave Callahan......... 8.40 ;a. m. Ii.!.25:! p. m.Arrive with steamer (G.f Gunhy Jordanevery

r The columns of the Northern papers: contain Wayeross..ll.lO a. III.Lca'c :Sunday for .lpalh1 luI' l1), Fla.! ? and '
001:xu- SOUTH. Wavcrox-; ........ n.io: p. m. ever'v 'I'1I1'i'llhlfor. Columbus, and EufaulaAla. ; la1H'I': : AND) HAVANA
freiucnt) mention of canoe contests; !. Arrive at :.lesup........12.35 1'. m. 11 .0.. p. m. .* EVEUY: OTHER SATURDAY. I
which arc becoming quite a feature among; Leave Fernandina: !0.00 a.m. Arrive Savannah....... 3.00 p'. m. :?.I"I a. in.Passengers (Connects at Lake City with trains on the
the diversions: of the season. The subjoined Leave J (/lrt'll Komi. U. 17 a.m. from Savannah fur Urunswicktake Florida Central Railroad; for Jacksonville 1
Leave: Callahan. I 10.52 a.m. Ihe Fa..tIail: arriving at Unmswick (n l''rllanllinn11I11 Cedar
and St. Johns Itiver
notice i is in extract from oluhor
an an
Leave Dutton) : H.111. p. mil. \WILLIAM( AMES:\, PARSONS A: HALE:, Agents,
ntc article in the New York herald : Leave: Brandy llranch ................11.3s tun. Passengers! leave P.runsvvick at !0.30:: n. 111., Key. (General Passenger Agent. 0-131: Cedar Key: Fin

Within two or three\ years:! there has sudden Leave: Haldwin : : p.m. arriving at Savannah: 3.00'p. m. _.. .. .. ._- .-- .. --- .- -.-..-- -. --_..
ly appeared in American: waters a boat Leave :Maxville..I2.1pau.: : : Passengers for )Darien take the Fat Mail,
so small iiinl, apparently so dangerous that Leave Lawtey 1.1:11'.111.: Passengers leaving Macon at 7.00 a. in. 1 FLORIDA: CENTRAL: RAILROAD.iOIXll I \ sI11i iiit SCIII.JtTI.la

the beholder wonders why\ the lirst pull' or Leave Temple's: ........ ............ ...... I 1.2!) p.m. (mall except :Sunday) ronnci t at Jesup with -
wind does not capsize; it and drown the solitary Ll'ayCtarkl':; 1.3S: p.m. the f'u'otIail! :: for Florida. ( WK"T.Leave Tin STEVMEKt

man who acts a* l'aplaill11.1 crew Leave Thurston I..M p.m.' Passengers from Ploiid.j 1 l\\ the( fast1ail' ( Jacksonville ..................... oaf; A. M. ..-- '. .. -- 1
Tins boat the modern canoe, i is the result: of I.l'U'C'uleltl.. 2.:111.111.: connect at Jesup with \train arriving: in Macon 1.1'1"c'hitl' House..................... .:-IJ: A. M.;
an almost inconceivable amount of study Leave Gainesville........ ............... 3.30: : p.m. at 7.50 1 p. mil. daily (l'Xl'I'I'tlIlIcllI":; .) Leave Haldwin ........................... 0:30::\ A. :M. JST.f JOHNS } S | CITY: POINT ]

and experiment. The consequence i is that l.l'aYl'rrl.lltln.lo. :3.52 p.m.' Palace Sleeping; Cars on the evening train .(':\\'JI\'II\\'lIll........................... !>::55 .\. M. s____11I ______,
although the craft is shorter and narrower; Leave: H.itton 1.07.I p.m. daily: :cttt een Savannah and! Jacksonville, Leave Sanderson..........................10:.JO .\. M.
. than an ordinary rowboat, and carries Wi Ll'aYI'rl'hl'r.. 1.20: ) p.m. Charleston! Jacksonville} ', :\1wol1l\lIIl: : LenveOlustee.:, ............................11:21: .\. 5I: .
much sail as a small cat-boat, it not only Leave Hronson fUll) )p.m. Jacksonville.No: Le'avl'It.:: Carrie......... .................IL'A.: :M.
declines: to make a practice of capsizing, hut Leave OlterCrck.................. ...... .'J.lt! }I.III. change of cars between :Savannah: and Leave l ikeCity ..........................12:15:! 1'. M.
lives and moves along on water of which Leave! Rosewood: ..... ........ ........... U.10 p.m. Jacksonville 1Il1Iacoll:: and Jacksonville.Passengers ): Leave Live Oak......... ......... ......... 2:30:: r. :M.
larger craft are often afraid. In respect to Arrive Cedar Key........ ............... 0.55 p.m. leaving Macon at ;.::10 p. m.connect IA'ltye.In.lisun.. ................. .............1:15: r. M. t 1
appointments and rig, it is! the most adap. Epic, SOUTH. at Jesup with the evening; train for Leave Ilrinoll..I.I. M. -

tive boat in the world. A given amount of Florida daily.Passengers Leave Tallahassee .......................' S:50: ( 1'. M. '
canvas may be bent on a :slender mast! and Leave: Cedar Key:: 5.30: a.m. from Florida by (the Expresstrain : Leave Quinoy' ..............................10:2H::! p. :M. "TILL" leave Fernandina for Jackson vill*
handled with no tackle but a lift and sheet Leave Itosewood......................... (fi.lnni. connect. at Jesup with train arriving Arrive Chuttahoochec W\'l'r..l1iO 1'. M4IOINU and Palatka, and intermediate landings .
or when wind fails both mast and boom; Leave Otter Creek....................... 7.00 a.m. at Macon I at 7.05 a. in. daily on the St. John's River, and Savannah
may be unjointcd like a fishing-rod, and sail Leave llronson................ ........ ... 7.4lU'.III.: Passengers from Savannah for Gainesville; IlT.1.l'I'C : and Charleston, as folowa :

and spars snugly stowed along the gunwale, Leave Archer............................. 8.10 a.m. Cedar Key and Florida Transit: Uoad take Chattahooehee, Hh.er.1:10:: A. :M. From Fernandina
while the double-bladed Leave Button 8.3S: :; train.Passenirers .
: paddle becomes the a.m. the Express Arrive Quincy............. ............... J 5:52: A. M..arrive .
The boat sail leave Arredondo S.5S a.m. from Savannah for ::Madison FOR JACKSONVILLE PALATKA
}propelling power can on any 'Tallahassee......................7:30": M. AM ,
lake or bay without regard to depth of water Leave Gainesville. 11.3.! IL.III. :Monticello: Tallahasseeand ijuiney' \ take t this Arrive Drifton ......... .................... 0:35 I : .\. M. jRfl- EVEUY AVEDNESDAY.-.

or may ascend and explore any creeksix Ll'a'ellelt) .10.30a.m. train. Arrive Madison.........................11.30( A. M. ,
Rct wide and six inches No Leave Thurston.10.5 J a.m. I'assengersfrom Tallahassee, Mon(
deep. won Quincyt the Arrive Live Oak.......................... 1:40: 1'. )(. '.J' From Fernandina
der then that the has become Leave Starke. a.m. t ticello and Madison take Express: train
popular, and, that grave canoe fellows who coulilnot very Leave Temple's..........................i 11.'JO) a.m.Leave meeting sleeping-cars at Teheauville' at !H.W Arrive Lake City......................... '1:001': )(. FOR" :SAVANNAH' ANI CIIAIILI'.s'rOSi"EVEltl' :
: Arrive Mt. Carrie........................ 4:31:: P.M.]
be hired to club .ll.7! a.m.
taker Lawtey
join a running or Maxville p. m. EXP1JK.SS.Leave : : Arrive Oiustoo.................... ......... 4:51: r. ]M. Jo'mnA Y.-ei.
yacht as a gift, can get an immense amount Leave :: ( : : p.m. ALHANY :
Arrive Sanderson....................... 5: 101'. M.:
of business comfort! men out and of a members canoe and of t the that solid Leave LI'I'l1Iral1ll Italdwin' branch.................. 1.101'.111.i$11.1111.: :Savannah daily at....... .I.:?:') p. in. Arrive 1 Darbyville I) ............... ......... (0:20: 1'. :M. Close connection t made with steamers with for
: Irnfessiuns ) Leave Jesup ........ 7.15; p. n1. Arrive Haldwin. ........................... t:45: P. M] }1l'lloll'iIIlInll Enterprise, also steamers
form the majority of the crowd that I is Leave Dutton l.llp.m.Leave Ll'lwc'I\'beauvilh' ........ 0.35: in. Arrive White House.................... 7:25 : for Oeklavvaha Uiver ; also at Savannah
p. : 1' M.
gathering at Lake George to take in the Callahan.......................... 2.22: p.m. with New York
part steamers l for Philadelphia
with its Hart's Uoad. :3.25 i Leave ])Pont .......11.55) 1'. m. Arrive Jacksonville...................... 8:00 1'. M.
t congress :! regattas and afterward,, Leave )>.m. Arrive Thomasville .....,.. .'\.001\. iia. Boston and Ualtimoro.and at Charleston will
breaking into small squads to set out on exploring Arrive Fernandina 1.t)1 p.m. Arrive Hainbriilge ........ 8.1ft! 11. in. CO SI.l.TIOXI'\-At: Hahlwin with A., (I.I' I. & steamers for New York, Philadelphia, Haiti-.
cruises along the leaser! rivers and TraiiiH daily, except :Sundays Arrive Albany ....... S 13 I; n. in. \ I. T. R.; R., for Cedar Key, (htinesvhhiemind more, and with Northeastern A :South Carlo-

Canadas.lakes of the northern border and the __ __ ... ---A- Leave Albany ........ 1.4ft p. in. Fornandina, and all ,points North mind linn Railroads for routes North, East and
Leave Uainbridgo ........ 5.00 p. in. West ; at Lake City for Tnl nltI "(Albany, W Ht.
The! pioneer canoo: of the Cumberland: PENINSULAR i UA1LROAD.: Leave Thomasville ........ K..I 1;;) p. 111.Arl.h'c :-4\\'l\Il1Inhnllllnl1 points North mid West: ;; FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER ACCOMMODATIONS.
1 which arrived here at the beginning .01' at .lneksomiville with St. Johns River Steam -
'' Du Pont ........ 1.4.1 u. III.Arrh'c'l'l'hcllu'lllc .
L (traM\\ Jlranch.) .
summer, has returned from a visit of a ........ 3.55a.m. ers. J.4.:4.fdJ.ltoY:: : ,
month t to the waters of Barren river. Ky., (.OIN( SOUTH. Arrive Jesup ........ Ii.I.) n. III. "'. \i. DVVIDSON\ : Master Transp'n. Through Tickets and Staterooms: secured
and is: making daily and nightly trips in our and all information furnished ut ufllce corner
river. A few days ago she went down the LeavcI'atldu: Junction..................' 2.15; p.m. Arrive Savannah ........ II.05; a. 111. Centre and l'1'0\1I1Itrc.tll. ,

river some miles under sail carrying two Leave Santa: Fe................. ...;..... .'{.IS 1'.111.LeU'l' Slcc'11tngearsFull through; between :Savannah 20-ly C. A. NOYES.;
passengers;; : beating down in the teeth oj'a Hawthorne ....................... 1.05 p.m. and Albany\ daily without change.\: Undertaking. -------- ----.---.- ---. -
bree/e :strong enough to raise the "white Leave Loehloosa.....'..................... .I.J5 p.m. Connection at AllIIII1111ih' with passenger ; For Tampa and Key IVowf!' ,
caps," and every one of these glorious Leave Orange Lake.................... 5..10 1'.111.' trains both ways on Souilivvestern l Kail- it. 31. in\i>iitso\.
moonlight nights the dip of her paddles: Arrive Ocala.............. ................. 7.00 p.m. road to and from Mac01lolIfalllu\ : Montgomery VIA
!startles the sleeping denizens of the silent Mobile, New Orleans: etc. rn.iME'A StoaiiiHhlu CO'MUUllYING I.IL.
river above the city. So easily I is Mm handled Nourir. :Mail'steamer: leaves Jlainhridge for Apalachieola -

that a young lady who 'never !'awt: Leave! Ocala..................................5.15 a.m. and Columbus every.:: Tuesday allllIIII'da :
canoe: sifter a few / live-minute lessons in the Leave Orange Lake. .................... 7.21) ml.nm. S.m '. s ''
use, of the douhlc-bladed paddle, was able to Leave Loehloosa............... ..... ..... 8.150: ( a.m. Close Connection r.t IJa'k "lIyil1" daily
} .cruise with. her attendants, and I set off on Leave Hawthorne........................ 0.1it.ln.: (Sundays excepted) for t Green: Cove :Springs:; .. .
a by herself away over the glassy Leave :Santa 1"('........................... 11.13; a.m. St. Augustine, 1'a lat kn, Enterprise, Sanford,
river guiding her boat with perfect case, Arrive .I\IloJ\II\'tlou.... .......... 10.15a.m. and all landings on St. Johns river.
sending; it along with scarcely any conscious:: 'I'raills on It. it A. It. R. leave: junction
ell'ort, and returning at pleasure, feeling -"---' --- --- going west, at 11.37:; a. in., !ami for Hrunswick

confident of her ability to.make the three- Jo'EHX.IHX..J.CKfo'O: ) "ILT.B: at 4.40 p. m., daily, except Sunday: 11NIEIt'l'tKER.17F'I'II ( THE U. S. MAIL.
mile trip back to the city without mishapsof Through Tickets sold and Slecpitig-('ur
any kind. If our young' people, and UAILROAD.In Iterths and Drawing-room Car iccommod.i- ST.. FEUNANDINA': ) ) )0'1.ITHLJJ ..\. -

older ones too, knew half the charms of lions secured at lircn's, Ticket Olllco No. 2:. : of time staunch and elegant Steamers
I Ibis new exercise, there would be twenty of Effect flay Mtt, 1881. Bull street, and at the Company's' Depot fool ONE the above Line will leave Cedar Key
these little fairy boats in our river before of Liberty street ]"") HnJomTAI.LW) : ; USES::;. every Monday at 4:00: p. 11filr,
next summer.:\asheliteAlncriemt. JAS. L. '1'\YLOH, ) WOODEN) : COFFINS) AND CASKETS:

GOING SOUTH. General Passenger Agent.J. Telegraphic orders promptly) attended to.Itlscr Tampa, .llanateo,

,f A II.U.PY ClUNG Leave 'erll\nlllna..11.tO mt.ni. it 5.30 p.m. TVHOX.. Master Transpoilation. u. .. .. __. ..
\Ve have been telling the who Leave Hart's Road.11.4.3: a.m. it 0.01 p.m. ]I. S. HAINES, G"Ill'r,11Iullu cr. 30 uiul Ocotin Stt'ikiiiliontN.MALLOUY'S tad Hraidoiitowu,

gentlemen I Arrive Jul'ksonvillc..12.r.o pul..C 7.0.31'.11I. ... _... ._ .. .
have been supplying misinformation to the ---- --- -- --- ---- and every Monday' and .Thursday nt 4:00p. ;: }

Northern public for the past fifteen years CiOIXCJ NORTH. JACKSONVILLE,
': 1 RAILWAY.On .
out of their own abundant stores that they Leave Jacksonville.8.20 a.m. & 3.10 p.m. 1.'I.Olell\ S'I'1.tMN1111': MM I'niita Itassa", stud lies 1Vcrsha
were mistaken, ignorant and utterly misinformed Leave Hart's 1oael..O.45 a.m. & 4.15)1.11I.) and after Monday :May 2, 1881, Trains
Arrive 1'crnandiua..10.25 a.m. it 4.50 )I.m. on this road will run daily as follows\ : -tfU
about the .
South. Theastonishment Double Trains: daily except Sunday. --:- Connect ions nada, at Cedar Key with th.
with which 'they record their discoveries! Florida Transit Railroad from and to all
now that inquiry: has begun in earnest, is .. Leave Lake City.........12.30: : p.m. Only IHrccI 1,1 no to ft(>w Vorlt.O points North and Wrst ; at Punta Itussa wltJi ;
Leave Welhorn........... l. 'O p.m.LoavcJIouston Steamer for Fort '
the most: remarkable of all phenomena con- CONNECTIONS ............ 1.38: pan ... :1. fine U-vel. Myers, Ogden and

nected with the subject. They consent to AT FEU \N1HN.\, FL\., Arrive Live: (Oak::=.:.:. 2.00 p.m.: l --- ;L : TL1'111 Through Tickets anon bale at Feniandina -

inform tile press of the South about the With Xew York and Fernandina Steamship Leave Live Oak.......... 2.30:: p.m.Leave Jacksonville, Gainesville, and Cedar

wonderful things they are discovering, and Line from New York on Tuesday, at 9 Custcr........ ..... 2.18 p.nI Ke' ', at greatly reduced rates, for all principal

return tof linn what they have known for 11. in. or 4.00 p. Ira, and for New York; on Leave; Jollavllle.: ...:....... :3.30:: p.m. < ". ( points} on the Gulf Coast.

years as if it were all new, by them discovered :: Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains. Leavo.! :Madison: ............ .$J.45 p.m. ..J.1.. UU'IIIN. Gon'lAg't,
], and half the time they talk as if they With Georgia and Florida Inland Steam .-. : FINE; ST1;.%MS1111'S.11'ESThRN 13 Cedar Key, Fla.
Leave Greenville I ...:.... :)..1.) )p.m.
had created the new conditions and all the boat from Savannah
Company daily exceptMonday Leave Aucilhi........... : "'JXS.e.I' ..
time as if the South had just begun making : ; for Savannah daily l.'xceptunda/ \'. : (1.1011.m ... ;:, ST. MARY'S mVJ Ut'j>
no allowance for the years of earnest work With Charleston Steamnerfrona /Savannah Leave Orltloll.n.lo: p.m.) : ''!'. HINis 1 :4, :-

done while they were ;doubting ami denying. mill Charleston Wednesday and Sunday; 1.uvo.tuntieellu.: t \ ........ 5.')) p.m. QTKAM
C'lTV: OF 01 1,LAS
Some of the phases of this new I learning are fIr Savannah: and Charleston Tuesday and Leave Lloyd's:::-.:::.. 7.15p.m.- ; : - wLeave ,

exceedingly ludicrous. No great wile ago Friday. Chaires...... ...... 7.10p.m. CA1T. RISK.
' I
; we found the leading Republican) journal of With Steamer Flora from St. Mary's UiverLandings "------
this: country informing its: readers in a column Wednesday and Friday ; forSt. Arrive Tallahassee\ ; :..... R:!.) p:in.aveTullahasse : NE: of tho above Sreamori will leave TOSBS&TUB

of editorial thai Augusta, Oa., was Mary's River Landings on Sunday and > ......... $.50 p.m.( Fornandina for New York every Thursday

about to make an experiment in cotton Wednesday. I.cave. Midway.. ._.............! .:'W p.m.. on arrival I of afternoon trains from a
manufacturing: whereas Augusta has been AT f.U.LAHAN. I x-aveQuinoy) ..............l0.2S:! -jun.-- Jacksonville; and Cedar Kl')'.

and manufacturing is the recognized cotton manufacturing for twenty-five centreof :years, To and! from Savannah at 10.45 a. in. and Leave:_)It. Pleasant......11.01 p.m. -- !oct Thi.s we'11 line, having; no transfers to make ; It.ItlAUTIIJ fcTKAMHHHFLO .
the f South. The 'O p. in. Arrive Chattl1. r..ll.50p.riiT"UOIKO ') ,
other day New Eng .. ;
land AT BALDWIN, fL\., ;.. .-==O.--" :; ; _.. .::;=::::;:..:::-:;:: Captain Hu'u \ (>HON. Captain _,
paper gravely announced that the FEUNANDINA: AND NEW: YORK,
South was about to experiment in the mans To and from Tallahassee at 12.20 noon WEHT-BT. )UU.IIIIIVll4l0X. -

u(4t-ture( of artificial ice, but that Eastern mil 1.00 p. in. ( Tuetilayt, Tbursdayaanm&murdnya.) Offer the .1i1" DAILY BEItVIC1'-1i: :
ice men would hardly find it interfere with

their business, whereas artificial ice has been AT LOCHLOOSA, FL.'., Leave Tallahassee..... 9.00a.m. lll-SiT): AND CHEAPEST: ; TUANSPOUTA- -
successfully and! cheaply made in the South With Steamer for all Leave Chattahnoc1ll'c.10.10 a.m. Tho Flora ICUVVM Fcrnandina! 8t.Maryt

for more than ten :}years. The ignorance of landings Orange Alpha Lake points and Arrive St. Marks! ........ .............10.3ft a.m. TION TO FLOUIDA SHIPI'EUS.: River landings. every Monday Wednem&Tand
on on arrival of Pen- '
the Northern people is giving way rapidly to insular Railroad'rraln } ,-rl'hlrnillg on Tuesday, Thorn
a knowledge of the South based on interested (GOJ.NC EABT.Chattu. Vegetables und Fruits will rweivo 1:11'f.'t:1ul: day and Saturdays
inquiry, and it is a fortunate thing for AT OCALA care: in bundling The Martha leaves Fprnandina for barn
Leave Uiver.... 4.::10:
the South that the real value of this field a.m. pints every Tuesday Thursday and Katui-
With Stage; Line to and frum Hrooksville Leave Chattaho once... 4.3: !
was not known before, or we should surely a.m. ASSENOEU[ ; : ACCOMMODATIONS' AUKFIRSTCLASS. Jay-n-lnrning every Monday, WednemJat
daily except Sunday. }A-aveMt. Pleasant..... 5.15 a.m.
have and "'ricJa '.
experienced what one of the most absurd )
of all the old granny newspapers of the Tuesday Ocala and, Thursday and Saturday' ; from ]eave iulney:...:.:...? 5.52a.m: -
North call "the northernizatlon" of the and! Tampa on Monday, Wednesday leave Midway. i.41 a.m. The trn'JiuUhJi(; ore o lit red tilt ads Through HUN" of Lading
South, and thereby should have lost Friday.AT : -- -- raiitag of u DWELT: LINE: WITHOUT
many Arrive TalfalTasMieT.;: ...:. 7.M:: ani7 '
valuable features which will be retained, in. CEDAB KEY, FLA., leave TaIIaItUlt... .. M.IJU a.lII. ANY (71AN( 1'>: I. Conntftions made at IJ! )" MALLOUY'8 LINK of Rteluucr tc) nil
dividual! characteristics which ought to be With Steamer Miller to and from Pensaco- -? --- Vrnandinu with till Kh'ulllhoats for all points on the St, Mary'n.
preserved,just as the North possesses many la on Monday and! Friday, Leave Chairi-s'. H.&i u.ni.: 'Nints on the St. John's, (kklawuha. and
peculiarities which it would be unfortunate With Steamers Clinton and MJTMI* for l.c'tive IMW a.m. .. ndiaif Rivera, and with the Tran-.it Itail- ('Iutti(. ('ifnneetluu'.

for the whole .country to lose.-Xaihville New Orleans on .Friday from New Orleans: 14ave \tunticellu(( ;:..:...-..-H.t.; all.: : -- room! at Fcniandinu for all railroad I stations

A m ric'JII.-- un Saturday ; from Havana and! Key West leave Drifton......?..... ;y.15 a.m. timid Gulf portit in Florida'HEIGHT Javunnah made with Stcamen the New York! ('' ,arJ5tuJt. alma
--- ------- on Friday; for Key West and Havana, on leave .\ucilla.-:: : : :..i.l0.1o"u.m": : ---'---
FOR SAM:, Saturday. : AND "AH. I': (Jm) UATEHAS ::
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EXCHANGE: ( With Florida Havana Mail Steamship LOW AS 11V INHIJU;(''f LINES;
OU or improve. dh'llroI' (/oinpuny'H Steamers for Key West Tam. 4-ave Matlihon..::........11.40 .:i ,
}>a on Monday and Thurwlay. <--ave Ellaville.1.5.5\ :! p.m... 0.30 a.lIt. for; l'asMnger.. Facurhiou'lste and Tourists
(Throtigh Rates awl Hill
fiO ACHES; OK} GOOD With Steamer : of Ijulinji will timid this>! a very attractive trip, alt tluxtnor
UlCH "Iintllfln the
Thursday's. leave Luster .... ..:.. 1.22 pjn. tn all i M"i n tll. 1 J is and
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respecting J routes, rate., Oak........... := to ,
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on this Island; fifteen sieiYs under cultiva etc., upplv to ;( 1thrrof( tha'abore t teantgrrscvtn t*
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-1 iS iSt -- -- here visit. Miss into Mr.[ uhiscusshiig his client with additional lengths of ladder, stirred by I ,.
t W/TAT IJ ; immaculate: gaiters, and I the big owls ago was on a Patty goes Henry Hew. ; I
,Toth with (the red glass eyes that used to wild about him on small provocation engaging '!'!- t tho meanest little simultaneous I impulse of fiolio, to join the "
t Miss! Lavinia ul(d'rall's hat) just in t ) rtl'turl\'Nkillcl to her. poor, forlorn screw I ever met with. I hope he'l withdraw mad panic of foluw my leader' (and that '
What is to prevent his master from hunting Itlp Woll\, Miss i !\ Corbet was delighted his business from Us, (hats ull Think leader Congo) rout'ut Urockwood..
If one should run ) tears or ollcring chuM' ) reward, cither of him at frt, and t then quarrelled furiously of his disputing the servants' (ails to a There can never have been a weirder scene'
: (juc1js And at the last, i iclu seemed I iii iii I uient. with j I. I believe he tised disrespectful uumoml t im's wage"; and rl''o/melll1lj us to under the stars than t that monkey: hunt, {
" nnduar Win to the goal, n did it mean ? language about) her ton! k,." send that poor' I little lo the llrockwood looked IIglsaslul v/llJeb/ '
1t A harvest field of speculated) argued) belted. ncarlj- .The monkey ?" I Ploltell Union lie mal.eme sick, I he does. .I can't time I half high t. The 1'11 i Ilto !< .,
Of turmoil and of IIt over I it, 1 so disproportionate: ,\ grew t the Why, yes, she 1111 nie for a pet just stand him much lun ('r. I must! stay down peaks and ridges, now and descending sheer
itII Rich with dead ::! I; in the dull I stagnation of our then, I nasty, thic\'ill/ mischievous cream here til affairs are wound up though.. Luckyfor into abysses of blu'kl'/ls. now opening into
II And strife and \! : I in I IJallynoggin: and got no nearer the ture. Uvcry; it, and it ended by 1e the :Major's[ COll'." great w'ide plains oflcl\t rooflgwlth treacherous -
(5ItIt.tI'. What Ii Once the solution of the enigma! costing: poor' : Major( \1ur'uh her HrIci\oOI) "Major Marillicr( I from Ireland?" pitfalls, of skyli ht!. grat stacks:
/ within our grasp-thanks to :\[lr. :Miss Tatty doesn't' know (!xuctl\ .Yes ; didn't you see him ? He's here, of chimneys cast (black shadows IC108S our
W What is OTIaherty. quarrel was: : uhollt-hllt Miss Oorbett> called man-monkey and all. His aflcctionate way; an owl flapped out at us ; lights (began
; teie When, )having ) he was a local "squireen' ," proprietor of him a sindlcr! and a tllle- ('r\ilg hypocriteoncd.iy cousin I isn't overjoyed to have him ; hut Ill to flit about excitedly in tl.c: windows that .
star Through barren I beforcmetitioned. hog, whom I in dcf.mlt; at dinner, Itl got up and salllgoo.I seems I cool[ hanil; says he'll stay a week, overlooked our course ; the servants turned
I' 1as Hoping to sec! /society, we used: to invite contin -"\to her quite politely, and left the and evidently doesn't, mean to be turned out out on the watch for Congo's descent, and
: Lb lir lands of ,. to mess place once. t His i luggage was sent after before he Ch IUH'!" wo four lunatics in evening dress! ran, halloed
1 tionstel '*.uero lies before, to' was heavy enough when sober later }him-and the nami hey. He left orders with lllcw went on to tell me that there had lippedl scrambled( and I perilled our S
r rf Unto the confines on Home Uule and t the departed the butler (that if ever it was to he disposed been 1 careful search made fora will, thoughto necks Il'S than we eUT.d to count,
f per1tlis A desolate and of Ireland and his family : "The of II'fllih I i I it. Next day Miss Corbett did I a moral certainty none exltet, Miss Cor- without the smallest chance of ever coming
S J. What Is Flahcrtvs," duellists of note in the nothing but cry and /10:1: after him-!say belt's ways being well up with our quarry unless by his own good
days of old, when Castle Flaherty was jog t that he had; deserted her and that the Mr. Jonatlallarilll'r: took possession in pleasure.! Carmody, in EoUI training from
S \ 1st What is III'' 'in I princely style, and t the clar't monkey should. be hanged( o L'll'k'r. t the due (: [ Jew extorted some concessions long practice, ket,1 ; then the boy,
the To sail for months cellars would, have Hooded( the coun( butler, took it away and. sent it oil' to) Major from him representing that busC0J1IIUt an ex-slater it ; then we four att'murvlmig
r'I I Across wide scan for miles around.1 Marillier[ without telling her.:' would he severely\ criticised by "the t ; distances \Jonathan Marillicr( had!
Iit Only to gather ) wa1lIIixln him-elf some When Fredatopped: I began my story county," and as Jonathan quite I intended takl'l heart of grace and ascended but contented
: : A And louder find dial when Ui (I \ ami water one evening before do- and I had the M.lildiol of seeing all I 1 tflefalllily starting I i in I life i as t local magnate, .as soon himself with surveying from a
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whi S lug!, romancing the while gloriously! 1 as 1'\zzl'llu' as Uhoila could travel," he was amenable to distance.
The at 1)1(11.
't fro haven rocky from coast :suddenly a black figure descended l c I I wish your 01 lIt be 1111'c.llo. reason. Congo took it easy, now and thl'l disappearing
;; No a swing and a bound from, somewhere make !IlIIc'ucl\IHl'g: to :Miss He actually asked us to dinner one day entirely into some hiding hole
1: an5fln : What is h li". on O'Flahertv's: shoulders. Congo 1.Illhl'r.: I I'm sure lie Corhct. \' a before Major Marillier ,departed. I should amongst the lfilmll' 's. When he did so
What is !- '. He clawed lust to 'Flaherty's good I chance of t the succession." !say that the :Major spent (1 fair share of hltl'lIe I noticed, that Carmody marked the place before
fi i! The race is Wln. with one hand, and\ plunged/: the other Tluuttlurihhucr(: will I never (ho)," I replied at the rectory, and was deeply touched dislodging Iii iii. SAt
1r2. Wo conquer where : ; i thelcaldillg brew presumably in search\ CIa. punt icmul iy. "He's J not that sort of Ilall." of Freda's( narrow escape of heir last alter a steady run of InN'U minutes -
We show the way !: ; then,, chattering' wrathfully I upset .I'a shame !I'' :said Freda I indignantly. ess-ship.: u I he seemed to conclude that WIS time
With faint hearts I ; t boiling mixture on O'Flaherty's:: )('g-ll\nll: \.l !speak to :Miss Corbett myself to-moV- We found the party to consist of Mr.[ llew to dispense with our utl'IIlce. and ac
I. '1)S Our banners :; with a lock of Ids hair. ; I know, she likes me. XI'! you shall 1 the Marillier cousins, ourselves and Lord rorllllglyale for hard
,j\ mn Of battles fought (' language;: : ; was forcible ; well go ulIllll'l I her what I fine fellow her cousin A ) a (big,jovial squire of the old I !'chooI hc\ \iew as he flew up to a hllh- )
wo And ignorance bo. Marillier apologized III the i is. drive over together. The dinner was Ir lIitccnt. worthy er and roulIl to the front of
I Thi'ls :$() /manner but the blood of the That interview never came off Once only display: of family attended it. hall and mighty leap gained. an
: of the "lightin"i Flahertys was: : in our lives wcie Miss I Corbeltand I destinedto Parker wa'ttcul-uinder/ protest ; in fact it was arched opening at the ton\) oftlcoc.tower..
Till}: MAJ and mere words had no powel."to ap\ meet. From the moment of oI Ir. Jonathan only out of consideration for Major( )Jril- Carmody gave a Wil !-
ex him. larill'r'l arrival ul olt-i.lers like er that he condescended to remain IIII\h. and was after like a cat. Congo
demanded the instant execution of uur'I\es gently I / unobtrusively same roof with Mr. Jonathan he informed and defied him madly. He was safe
I When I, a very or the satisfaction: : of a gentleman. kept from approaching the pOlrohl woman, lime It was 1 dismal ceremony. Tie cousins until we could get the ladders up. At last
5' ioined{ my regiment ( \re these your only I alternatives?" asked who looked feebler and shakier every Sun were barely.on speaking' term ,looked they came, also Jonath\. The gardener's'( '
:: ICCM!) the depot :Major gravely. day. Poor Miss Patty's eyes 111oe hore borld. Allonby hungry)', and the Major grave boy: swarmed up[ first, but retreated in dismay -
: jft months stationed at (' are," blustered Terence.! signs of much weeping. mil we heard of no and curiously: absent.( from a vigorous onslaught of Congo's.
i' th nallynoggin, county I accept the latter," said Marillier new pets being adopted. Jonathan was captious alt argumentative "Never mind the monkey)' !l'' shouted the
; ,Iauppo.se: : lilY ( I ati ugly. One night came a furious peal at the bell, when ho wasn't: boastful:: talking of the Major ; "tlr out his hiding-place."
i't Unio contrived to !: : a gentleman, bedad exclaimed alt a mounted groom delivered a note from changes that would bo made .when the 1 l looked at Manlier( in amaze. His voice
i'f t of tho neighborhood suddenly sobered. And if you Miss 1'atbl' ;.:'ilg my father to conic without place hud master.." was cracked and shaky with l'xctementlill
mont for on my that dirty little baste worth ligh'tin'/ llda"Il\ i drive"," I called out to Where's that pine-apple?" he suddenly face dcnthly pale, with a /\
.duced to three topics Terence O'Flahcrty's !not the man to him, / I !ole clothes ; and I in a asked. look about it. In his disordered dress jind
f iziluo.shiou>tiuig-a ( \( you the pleasure. Still IM be quarter ci.mmii, hour we were / the road, lurker looked slightly confnselt but re- tangled hair no one could have recognized
(, et' within reach. Second ; to overlook it and let bygones be by greatly wondering what had caued the dignity : "An happened him as the standard of military propriety so
/ of the threo Miss! \ if you'd give mo one single daccnt 111 moils'. to it, I believe, sir ; but Il inquire." well known to liallynoggin.
ties, daughters of .1 \ for keeping (the baste." Lights were in tie HrockwnOl windows What has become of it ? ilht on Then followed I queer scene. We all gotas
If.f.f.I kept a "car'ge" and r pause, during which we all grew breath as wo drove up. ) 1" clanged from the knowing I" close under the tower as we could. Someone
f.t with "Castellamaro" : with excitement. tall clock tower over our heads as we passed .Parker had disappeared but one of time. sent up more lanterns and I clothes-
lI'eelgatl', on looked as imperturbable as under the echoing; archway that led! to the footmen replied : basket, into which the contents of poor
S t two or three of the : "If one reason will afford you satis big hall llrockwood: was a rambling old The monkey, sir "- Congo's treasure-house were flung, he meanwhile
I orally to bo seen ( \Ir. O'Flahcrty, I don't see; how I red sandstone' pile :smothered in ivy, looking Il not tit it !I" broke out Jonathan. lamenting piteously grimacing with
t ,with the lovely ( in fairness refuse: you. I keep the beast gloomy and JIH1 trlllcclough', by .1 always monke\' whatever happens impotent wrath from the top of the tower :
,Major: Marillicr's --I expect him someday to he worth <1'lg'ht. hit 1' il the Yesterday it was'the sugar-tongs ; First the sugar- tongs, also the crown of the
f ft. : n year to me. ) 1 was left by Parker who old family plate, heirloom to-day the dessert missing: pine-apple ; next my father's gold
!, The snipe became \ that was all we ever got out of him. his head dolefully when I inquired after hismistress I How any man can reconcile it with eyeglass missing: since the funeral, and one
t .one's interest in ;' ot leave January\ and !started home : : with one candle, in a spacious his sense of what is honest simply honest o'f Parker's !shoes also 1 handful of livery S
Irishism or Norah's joyously. vault of a dining-room, surrounded by grimlrtraits to be the means of making away with another buttons, apparently wrenched oft: That
hag( occasionally but : father had/ !been promoted! to a good of dead and gone Corbetts( staring man's property ., I can't conceive." ll'elelllhe total ofiiis recent pilferings ; but
'immo or of his latest ; in the country since I left home, and out white from their dingy (background So he fumed-the Major the while peelinga under a layer of rubbish came a collectionevitieuith
citement into our week of my visit was spent: in\ see The jtlool and the stillness grew so appalling i near with supreme indifference.The ,. dating from his earlier days at
Congo was a being seen. :My sisters: l-'rcda and that I fairly jumped when the door suddenly whole big suite' of rooms yellow Urockwood : a faded and battered workbasket -
long, soft fur, dark trotted, me all over the place, display opened admitting 1 truly awful apparition drawing room, blue drwln.t-room.; music- once brilliant with satin and beads ;
I tie, mournful eyes, church, tins cow, the pet old women -a figure with disheveled black room, boudoir and conservatories illuminated 1 gold-topped smelling-bottle ; a set of1
S ;S and the morals of an [ schools, the new pony-trap and the ringlets i in 1 shawl-pattern dressing-gown, for our ltenlblt felt all too narrow kitchen skewers ; a prayer hook, and an evil
: wa.'i: supposed' to re8 of view. They treated mo with 1r carrying n (,l'clru91 candlestick. to enclose elements of our smelling mass, which, on investigation,
wine-case in (' and oonsidt'ratlon thai/ was entirely "Mr. Mtirihiier, U presume" I retained party. proved to have: been once a tongue highly
.,-S room r but except for and(! for which 'I'suspected I had to sulllcient composure to renmark.S. Blew and I at last walked the Major out decul'all'III\11 frilled with lace paper. We
,. 'ing his plunder in m)' uniform, (which I had been im Yl', [I'm Mr.( Marillier, Miss Corbctt's through tho (conservatory on the terrace. It got quite excited at first, but it !began to t'c
found there by any ('\ to bring with me) but which was only I nephew. l'\o not the pleasure of youract1utaiuitaimce was I warmish February night-such thingsdo chilly, and we made 1 movement f
)every device that :. 'gratifying. It was all'CI'\' sir, and at 1\1 other time befall now and then-and a blazing moon. friendly attic window opened for our de
conceive: and allt and homelike, and I quite forgot; should, be happy; to make it ; but for a We walked backward and forward for a turnor scent. S
once a week at least,'h'u very much in love with Nora McCran stranger to be !here just now I is- 'O./ must two and then leaned over the balustrade, Stop, please," implored the Major ; "onh-
'Ho !bit through begun to he one short week ago in excuse I saying it-a-a species of intrusion. looking at the expanse of lawn and shrubbery a moment longer?" His voice was husky
'knots, picked! locks lIo jti II. u u." ) and tho woods beyond, all wonderfullyclear I and queer, all his )hand, laid on my arm,
always: ended by I mother in the pride (If her heart: took :\Ib" Corbett sent! an imperative i summons and distinct in thc white, still light. I trembled violently. 'S
uj and down'every : pay visits with her all over I the coun to my' father," I replied. Suddenly a spectral outline flew over the Hurry I men Is that all ?" .'
the place-Carmody so that when the first Sunday came Most xt'uorllllurr'I A very extraordinary lawn, followed by n very substantial figure Every: bit, sir, except some torn papers
(till ho gained some I ( I felt quite intimate with at least: half prO'C'llillg. Miss Cofbett's natural in hot pursuit. and litter." .1
it was impossible to congregation.: guardian and protector. ri her Congo !I" exclaimed Marillier and I simultaneously. "Sond it down." .
'ro appreciate the \' Vut.::! the funny old lady: in a yellow nephew. She only took the name of Corbett "Doesn't it recall Uollynog- Down) came an armful of rubbish.
have. known tho ) ami furs, sitting under the pulpit with the property. Dear dear Illmdaought gin?" by kicked it over as i lay at his feet
,' flu was a sedate i after dinner to have been hero now ; a lady can Congo it was. lledodged Carmody round( gutter. )Iorc family plate ha I ha !I'' and
,, i :about forty, very } $ l'45 Corbett (ot' llroekwood.' said my be of so much use-such a pity to'have and round the fountain. and then-attracted he picked up a tin battered
and "old-maidish" t hues'. You know wo called there oil bJollg-h your father/ here at til' time of I presume by the brilliant range of ami r ).. .' \ 'lour!Llrelloer." A big S
S\S 5S suspected that he / but she was out." li And Dr. luirnaby refuses to let \l lighted windows-made for the terrace,came envelope full of papers was doubled up and
by nature to bo tho And t the little nigger; witllll'r't' see my aunt Ithoda should have been ( up and over the side in three swarminglell' crushed into it.
Hritish oillcer and )iu That's a real African prince, her I but our I Iab-our ninth u -is only four days chattered a recognition of his master, Family letters! That is my ahair," said
LtI his dress, demeanor : pet(, son of (Oko) Jumbo King of old-or -hou\l i certainly have been with (' to make all safe, seized: a trailing Jonat luau Hold the lanterns, some one."
instructive studies umy. She wlItelllIwat hen to convert her dear Illt. 1h'lr, dear, it's such a pity hough of ivy and swung himself aloft up to They were damp and discolored, but the
I ;JJI was: 11\) perfect in its and t the missionaries had no end of to detain you here !! and,) so on ho maundered the ornamental stone-workabovo one of the enveloped, I linen-lined, still hung together.
I ,I Ht : why wo didn't detest to steal' this one for her, as! she in- in a .,querulous monotone, while I listened window mew looked over his shoulder.
rather proud of him :: on his being of good! family," Ucrty to the clock chiming t the quarters and Up came Carmody."It's I Lct; will mil testament of -." laread. -
4 credit to tho r(' wondeieil whatever was gl-Ing on.Mr. the housekeeper's best bonnet, yer.honor 1 think. Mr. ) I had better
; 'I 'ough!ly good, ki & < hO'i wild about |nHs." Freda continued, .onalhalInrilll'r: talked himself She's just: dancin' mad after him," take charge of that," larlller.drew it with
and it was \ she changes tllI'lIollce fortnight at to.. il hii nrm-tluir when my father he panted out ceremony from Jonathan's hand. Sup
1 cuuld, if ho (chose: do Tho place' was just like entered to dissect
a l' lTrut- hastily.!: Congo proceeded mangled mass- pose wc go clown and look this o"r, gentlemen. -
4 Lj LjS anybody else. He at the Xoo' once when we first came, "To/, my boy, wo walt you at once," I of black stun": part of which- seemed composed ."
generally held the next thing wo heard: of her was mil I he I hurried u me oil. Most extraordinary : of giant grapes, made evidently of We lef Congo and his tormentors to ad
; pastimes!: not only l>r. Pturnaby was furious at being sent freak of the dear old lady's:: She has bole inedible substance:! for, after tasting just' differences, and descended.
horse for our "tol'pl<' .! winter "ninht; to see her kangaroos made a new will leaving; XL'U.OdO to me At one, Congo wrenched oil' and cracked the Such a set of dirty, disreputable as
clining to lend him climate wasn't:: agreeingith; : t them. She least: 11 ('' 1101lfe interest, and tlll'l its others spitefully till he took to pelting Dow tho drawm.t-rool; mirrors '(' tigurct anyone
for the same occasion.Ills tame: snakes once and t they escaped. and to ;go has taken 1 Jimcto with them. time to think of it. i -
S: dress! : was a \ never found. XI one dared cross till! her. I can't witness (the wil. of course, so )1\rill'r meanwhile was talking to Car- My father started from a quiet and
'S from the parting) of for mouths( / after. as they were supposed\ we vant you The rest III money goes stared in amazement at our nap(', but '
( t boots ; but I think \ : hiding; there," to the county charitie.s, u' expected, 'Nothing "There they)' are ready enough I'll be stared more when he beheld uppcnrtlc our It &
most-such! n (' ; I ', a good' deal about Mist that bound I heard the plunder.
more IXir- to t man duwotaiN. sor, later reply. "Two I proved to bo, as wo all one of Miss S
cision with feminine /' eccentricities before long. She had We entered Miss Corbett's:: room. 1heol t line, active boys, and (enough to go Corbett's numerous JU'S8Ci1, wonder of .
5 : warlike weapons, !! violent liking to m)' father and lady sat uptight in bed, supported up a church steeple" let alone the roof" wonders in favor of (Justavus Adolphus
( slid chlmnt.'y-It.I >a/'ll, t to' send fur him constantly, much to lug Miss '.lth'. In the :11)01 I could just' "And lantl'rs't' Marillier a-skcd. )Iarlher. of H, M.'s 112th Uegimcnt,
sutimacassars: mil ,\ disgust!:; as she had to drive him to discover pair of very eyes looking I thought; rather an expenditure of force Manx[ Fusileers !) (ll'al
} and old china. Ho wood-" time nun," compound of out of :Icitchet: face surrounded by voluminous If tliov onlv wished to rci-ovnr the hnimot T. ... ..,. ,.,. T '._n' '.,h' ,. ..
I .>
gravings and phuto butler and coachman, being inva: fllll. Parker and the old 1 housekeeper now llopelessly[ den"olsll" ; Congo had; put Allonby* ,; and\"nIt"ulun we rushed at i him ncin to it--so cut-!

jS tuo" fireplace hung" ; a '. Tho old lady's gravest:: consideration Wl'I'U1l'sellt., and the .IIctor. On it on. and _\lolby, just come out, hminm,before we remembered J congratmutate han'
BrOOK wood, ; = was the disposal, of her large property, the ( several shcl'ti of torn blue paper was shouting laughter. presence. He raged, stormed, talked olnt of t
), coJitold !baronial :; was absolutely. I under! her control.; !-lluiltrl.l-tll previous wil I I Very well, very well )Major Marillier," "plrl'mil vowed he'd con-
1111'1'1. tight it out but
,j\' iho slightest f .\ I ( heirs Jonathan's ;
'. ; prospective were as numerous as lew Ile writing ltirill. said voice at tho window. I've I him he had
I BewUS8Url'lt no
-: agreed to I be tho ) : ''It.ts. and nearly as often changed.; table near the bed. found my servants in new mourning once ; all cIJnl'I'the
itance, of which ho 11 end (by dying intestate: or leaving ", Unjusthatbho telN you" whispered I can't bo! expected to replace your brutes" think cuJl'nt he was righ and regular, and I
k ki wrongfully. ; deprived. .thlllg to' time county charities," my the doctor ; any disctivsion or,excitementmay Here his ) were cut short by Congo Major was enough a fellow to bee that the
There was also u ; used:: to say on coming home from bo fatuI Sho C is quite ration.il ; 1 can who made one leap[ on to his head. and a him somo to good for his not to make
rounded by laden the numerous interviews he had with testify t. ." second into the roo iS. Marillier sprang ment if he compensation in disappoint
ivic.it most: of his '. the subject. Sue ought, in common "IitlulllIrl., )Ir. Illvew: ?" asked a after )hu. He sped like lightning throughtho At last about gave decent) .
revising his great ')" to provide for her fllthflllul.1 ser high;: shaky vuieu from thcbed. "Th"/JI\e whole suite of rooms, across the and let Marillier tell :his, we fuictCl down
ration.we were wont Now to IIII : \ and that" unlucky little .\frkall.l\lI.t I' time ,'l'il. Quick"!" she :, ( litlt' and into the deserted dining-room. hal, )Ir good cousin,u the :late story : Corbett. ,
told her. jlg
"I See I hero when wo came nil with him we found him : with
Huceful prolrlt't\-u day it was, Vchh, I think time old l"lrk.'r held the light while she made : ravaging; the table, his cheeks stullcd with the\ week me after in due the coun, he riaid,
P" lnK, ( ; has made up her mind at lat. She has shaky but perfectly legible "Annabclla." A preserved! fruit and nutlonlJr tried to Never very mind how the l will was made. S
pltxyingall manner of ) for her nephew from 1.00hlnn-lll'r| nat tap came to the ;1.1fri; she threw the pen throw a napkin hil. only produced The new will and the depute came about.
A tuittlft of heir-antI made a will in hU fa\or. It I down. lts J.lathulI' Keep. him out a 'fierce chatter, and the creature, now distant coucin-Wl'r.*. new favorite-a ver)
\ both
; corked, in thu : ; very right and II In.. I saw it signed! I : I He'll[ murderme"and! t h(1 lAck"1'''ch.I seriously !I'ur'll. kicking over the jiergne, anti I WU rl"\ll.r to on time premiscI::
4 stud he .'! go, when this
witnessed and time old
very pO' olio destroyed ; I raced back l he had ('mite. Out on the ter. document Precious
Lucy were Lon.\\' l1s. \ is her regular ClHtUIIh'fllT\' she signs 1 less.U was Mr. Jonathan Marillier. We bin- r.lCf. up the ivy, appearing for one moment vince Miss was Corbett!C1 N'otbing would cn-
fLiWJE" with freshly-corrected '% one." tied him out with M-ant ceremony and returned grinning over the hattlcmentcd the it.vii I I luaU not puriomeu
ami chewed into \ \' '1I tho new one like?" asked to tho bed, !. liurnaby shook his next high on tIme rltgl-te of parapet the roofagainst however), I Ylo"ia do fco I can't C\lctve.
.4>}me notion of tho ( ; u Has he come?" nt-r-I h'a.I-"It' a question of ml\IC/l11 now," the sky. Jef. I Iialt hUll rle ?
i istence- of Congo gave such horror !" broke in ., e'l'e -011S o'l doings and the idea struck S
I IVeda, 111 u. Il i>oke Miss C.rlwtt'.lllwl fell backon hot him Jonathan, half that
ill WhyU h lie keep it : like little Jew tradesman-and his I til II'l.s Patty broke into aloud fomut fr. .HlI'l "hrlekC theuut-crckl'rl! Asovercijrn of me hunting some him(la) I might have the chance
E" Some Congo's (' are iuufl'enible. shan't go near I ti I't:luhil ; (Il' unsigned wi slipped to the man gets' a gun and brings the I down and convicting him of
livid with rago, but wlloll a:;: iin during 'I Ir. Jonathan Mar-' the lied ,\.1 at my ,' 1 useless.IUMI him down." theft |My chief object was to justify
dcnining" the brute to stay." I I "' | > and I : that I IOIltHr'kkw .I'll give ten to any man who can bring that 1 )1"1! Corbt of course, and to
iS11i. S "Kvery: man has hN t.lTllti !1" I exclaimed.! "I : wn"'IIII straw f I clung till her
r thought I ; 11 ,1 ..1.1 ;' -to it )':">ed him back alive! shouted the Major. death hlvo
''w, ' Ii ..... l iCt l.. mlii-." imaginewhere.." | .Ir. Jonathan M.tiiUiir.My ;, boy" hurrying forward w-ith a ladder, on his I found he haul died intestate then
; i \I -. ..r I, i* IIIW" \ \'imtt on earth are yon talking about" father. I It ...t\ol I ..pt'mstfu.Ily. Xu nllii |,- shluIJer/' yoti mar gue that I thioughmtbejaimcctotj
S valuable
n..r..r in l eiiiK \ l tin-nirU to/tlher. >i.n .hi. |I. >* $'\0.i. J Heotliciatcd [ He "placed it against the wall, and up |he the alert tu miss, and have kept Carmody
1 ill it t' :ij! WJ: l JI"t / 1 \: !lt'tt. Whrn I hid d.iiuFieda. be .at C,.in.ier.il, ufuuirse. 1 went. and went Up went Carmodv with lantern "so ever since my arrival ''a'r"
(U wasn't, tliv IIt.t % I "Tlnt'MhvtiTV Mil.if MarilluT that found nl.\( in the ItO carriage with aclsk twinging. in hU tettb, Up went Major 1 Marillier the iuiysterw& cf.'url. and 1)tn
tar-lii'lv* w. u Jiurfpie.; ( l Miss I'.itty( 1.\h.-I" i' *(" ttV .m-. y M.IKitor (from I/tndon.. repres.tilui shouting: <'ome along-some f I of ends. peoie, who her the Vii) Jat
an-J tli>.'#''' t tit 5wa.s (. ( I | ti--i4 alw: l ul lin.. Yi. Jlie tiiin eiiiplo\isl' h\' Mi-* l'uriI."Ih" Ulewor Kivers !" -- one I everythuiR may care U. know that the

S CUniHKh'k: ,}";*;- : : i oo-iMit.; 1 di-taut one, ami four ytar4 'I I on a\fut e-ad, that )Irll'r. t.l( Up went all. (Inn' by two men with I s'nl't Major (now and ;js Colonel t lrmllJ of Militia himself) into has left the the n1' -

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ftlized-ideal t of flic-KnglMi: tuiuiro; ; and l'I-I nnllroncl4.!' 1"I.Omn.'tSTtm\: : I 001X0: I'.AsT-ST. MVIiKH 1UVIMOV.Titctiltiy :1UG.1N II. NEt : '"$
ty member. The said characters ___..n ._ UA1LWAY. ( *, Tlntrsdnystrad'aturdays.)

t their /perfection inconsistent I with old L bachelorhood CARD; ) Iea\e St. Marks\ .................. .........12.(5:! 11.111. -.' ......
null Freda's, unpaid legacy beingtill rpIMK On and aftir Sunday i Aug :is! isni I, Pas*, Leave Wakulla................... ......... )I2.0a.m.:! : (r ,,;,' -/
!' a small grievance with him I have ti\ OF tin eager TI"tll1III this road will run as follows Arrive Tallahassee\ ....................... 1.40p.m.CONNKCT10NS. ) .
strung idea that he intends to discharge all ATLANTICCHILFit WEST: INDIA) TRANSIT ; Fast M.iil.: Jack'ville :--.-

his obligation with one graceful net, and pre :: RAILROAD: )Daily, Express.I'.Mcpt : r hi af _
\'niloll her to accept I hruckwood-plus the : }:tllllt\\.'. Daily. ) I: wai"

}, )JH sh'r. I hope so, at least Any more? PENINSULAR) 1 \ RAILROAD, Ll'n\'Sav.uinah:: for llolh Hast: t and West bound\ trains \1I1'I'lat
The little black prince-not much converted ll'ii/i/u Jlntitch ) Florida: ............ ...... 1.: 0) p. 111. lo.tr p. in. Live Oak and connect with 2:15: trlilllll\ :Saaiuiah : ) S. ::".\11_,._ S'I'I': .\ JI H 1111'N
I'm afraid-shivered lIIil'erah1thl'uugh ( ).('n\'e Jesup.............. a..tfll'. ni. :!:I\I". III. \' Florida. .\<:. Western: I'ailroad t fur .------ ------- _--
a few more. months of Kngland: and then .AM Ll'lIn'.nyl.ro1\:!.......,. f .0,"> p. m. I.15: a, in. a'aIlIHthlIHI .\Iltllll\'. I
at his own earnest petition was dispatcher' .\rr'I'nt (.allall\II...... 7,4:11': '. m. 7:12: u. in. Passengers for ('lm, nhlllll'lll'I' River Moats Will leave Cedar Key
: :
in care of a partof missionaries from Liverpool Arrive Jacksonville.... 8.40. p. m. 8.15; n. m. connect with steamer Ucbeci'ii KvoHnghamevery : !;
i back to his own sunny Africa, and I ) [Leave Jacksonville..... 7..V: a. m. .V2."i:! p. m.Arrive Thursday. I for Vpalachicola.' Fla., and FOR NKW: ORLKANS) : KVKRY: : uT1tIR1'1111)Al'

took Congo with him.-Temple liar.1'ADDLK at LiveO.ik: ...... II."MI.( m. every ..ltllI..I.If.lr. Columbus, ( 'a., and Ku-: : .

In Jtf't'ct: May 67/i, 1.$1. Leave Live Oak......... 2..25:! p. m. I'.tula\, ,11a.l't'nuccts.
r A\I> SAIL. / Leave Callahan: ......... 8.40 a. m. (Ii..i: 1'. m. with steamer ('.
The columns of the Northern papers contain Arrive Wnyoross..ll.lO a. m. :Sunday: for Apalaohicolu, Fla., and
UOIMJ: SOVTII. )Leave: Wavcross........ ji.'io:: p. in. every Tuesday for Columbus, and lUifaulaAla. : FOR Iny'EHT: ; AND hIAVANA1:1'1:1t1'u'fliEltSAI'UltlAY.
frequent mention of canoe contests, .- ,,Arrive Jesup: .........12.'V: > p. in. 1 I1. + which arc becoming quite feature among Leave Fernandina: ........ ............... !0.00) n.\11. Arrive Savannah........ :5.00 p m. :2!. the diversions of the !season The subjoined Ll'anl't'll I ( Uoad...... ................. '.1.17a.m. from :Savannah:; for Brunswick Florida (Central I'ailroad: ; for Jacksomillo!
Leave Callahan' ........ ......... ......... Ill.;,:! n.llI. take the 151stlail, arriving' :nl Ilrnnswick r : Fernandina timid Cedar
notice is in part an extract from an elaborate Leave Dutton............ ......... ........11.22 a.m. p. m.1'assoiigcrs. timid :St. Johns ulcer WILLIAM, O. AMKS: PARSONS) .t HALF:, Agents,
article in the New York [Herald: Leave Ilrandv Itranch ................11.3S, a.m. leave P.runsvvick at !9).::.o a. m., Key. ( .

Within two or three years:! there has suddenly Leave: Italdwin .................. ........12.03:! : p.m. arriving at aIInah.l'p.: m. cncrall't''sc11get'Agent.I' -,- .- -, -- f-13t Cedar Key. Fla.. .
appeared in American: waters a boat Leave Mavvillc...... .....................I 1-3.! :!:' p.lIl. Passengers\ I for Daricn; take I the Fat Mail ----- -- -- --

so :ml11In.: .I apparently so dangerous that Leave Lawtev ............................. 1.1:11'.111.: Passengers leavingincoe at 7.00( ) 8. III. LOIUDA;! CKNTKAL: ; 1IA1LUOAD.COINll : ) Stil"I': n NCIIEDELEI

the beholder wonders why, the l first 1'1111'III' LeuVC'FcimmPie''s: ......... ............ ...... 1.29p.m.!) (daily except Sunday) 1'01l11l'1"t atJt'np'ith: -- r
wind does not) capsize it and drown the solitary Leave Starke .............................. I1.n1.Leave : I the I'nIIall: : for Florida.Passengers / : WI-VT.: TIIK STEAMfSlW ,

!man who acts as captain and crew Thurston ...... .................... l.llp.HI. from Florida<< hv I the fastleil Leave Jacksonville: \ ............ ......... S:15: .\. M. ,'
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boat Leave Waldo......... ..................... 2.31! I with train arriving in Ma- w'- --ter r
Tins the modern canoe, i is the result of p.m. connect Jesup 1.1'1I'C'hill' House..................... tit: :l I A. M.
an almost: inconceivable amount of study Leave (iainesville k'.3.:\ 1'0111117.,0 p. ni. daily (except!, :Sunday.: ) Leave Italdvvin ...... ..................... !9:30.1::! M.Leave {JST. JOINS | 5, | C'ITV POINT )
and experiment The consequence<< is: that LI'a\'Arredondo ...... ......... ......... :3.52; :! {1'.III. Palace Sleeping Cars on tin-evening I I traindaily Ial.h\\'llIl........................... !l:55: : .\. M. tit, .1It....... __-"

although the craft is shorter and narrower Leave Jtetton I .1.07( p.m. lot 1: (ween Savannah and. Jacksonville, Leave Sanderson..........................10::.U) .\. M.
.... .................. ...... I.I!)
than an ordinary rowboat, ami carries as Ll'a\Archer.. : p.m.' Charleston Jacksonvillennd, and Macon: andJacksonville. .
p LeaveOlustce.............. ..............11:21::!I .\. :M.
........... ............... 5.01)
much sail as a small cat-hoat, it not only Leave llronson p.m. "
Leave Mt. (Carrie............... ..........11:15: .v, :al.i '
Creek.................. ...... ".10
declines to make a practice of capsizing but Leave Otter p.m. No change; of cars: : between S.ivannali and
: i Leave l Lake City .........................12:15: I'. Dm.
Io c\\'O\lll...... ........ ........... ( .IO( J.\;
lives and moves along: on water of which Leave : > p.m. Jacksonville :and Macon nn.I.J\C'k1': : Leave Live Oak........ ......... ......... 2'iO::: r. :M.
.............. ......... 0.55
Arrive Cedar
larger craft are often afraid. In respect tot Key p.m. Passengers: leavingIacmn at 7.-'H:: p. m.
Leave Madison: ......... ......... ...........1:15: r. M.
t. appointments: and rig it is the most adaptive lINn :XOKTll. connect at Jesup with the evening train for Leave Drifton.......... ............... ......i.40( r. M. -.t1t..... .- _
, ; 1 boat in the wort I. A given amount of Florida daily.Passengers: Ix-ave Tallahassee .......................' 8:51)1'. M.
canvas may be bout on a slender; mast and Leave Cedar Key........... ............... 5.30: a.m. from Florida: by the Kxprcss: Leave juincy..............................1(IM::! I'. :at. ""TIIl.I'nyc' I.'ernHu1ilrorJnck onvill..
handled with no tackle but a lift and sheet Leave Rosewood......................... 10.101\.111. train connect at Jesup with train arriving Arrive Chattahoochee Hiver.........11:50: i%. Mooi and Palatka, and intermediate )landings .
or when wind fails both mast and boom Leave: Otter Creek........................ 7.00( n.m. at Macon at 7.05 u. m. daily. : on the St. John's! Rivor, ami Savannah
may be unjointed like a fio.h lI-ro\I:: and sail Leave: Uronson....... ......... ........... 7.42: n'.m. I'asscngcrsl'rnnl: :, Savannah: for (!ainesville\ NO I-.AST. and Charleston, as folows :
and snugly stowed along the Leave a.m. Cedar and Florida Transit Road take
gunwale ; Key
spars ,
... .. ....... Leave Chattahoochco River......... 4:30:: A. M. 1"1'011o''rnnnl1ll1l\
while the double-bladed paddle becomes the Leave Button ............ .. ... 8.38a.m.: the Express train.
propelling power The boat can sail on any Leave: Arredondo ........................ 8.5S! a.m. Passengers: from Savannah lor; Madison, Arrive Quincy....... ............... ...... 5:52:" A. M.lrrivc'l'allalaSSc ,. FOR JACKSONVILLE: AND PALATKA,
)lake or buy without regard to depth of water Leave (iainesville............... ......... B.3.!> a.m. Monticello, Tallalmssecand. '{uincy t take this" ( .I.......... .............. 750:: ) .\. :M.,
or may ascend and explore allcre.k I.l'uye'aillo .......................... ..10.30: a.m. train. Arrive Drifton ......... .................... 9:35:: .\. M,. jW KVKRY WKINKSDAY.-t
six Act wide and six inches: deep. No won. Leave Thurston: ..........................10.51 a.m. Passengers from l nineyt'I'alhthasscc, Monticello Arrive Madison...........................11.3Ut: ]M,. .
der then, that the canoe has bel'ollll.'crr! Leave Starke................................11.] 1 a.m. and Madison take the Kxpross: train Arrive Live Oak.......................... 1:40: t'. ]M. "" From Fernandina
popular, and that grave fellows who could Leave Temple's...... ....................11.20: a.m. meeting sleeping-cars :\Telicauville' at 'Ml!) Arrive Lake);: City....... .................. 4:00: ) r. !M. FOR SAVANNAH ANI CHARLKSTON
not be hired to join n running club or take Leave Lawtev ....................... ......11.37: a.m. p. m. Arrive Mt. Carrie............... ......... 4:31:: 1'.1\1. -
yacht as a gift can get an immense amount l"'II'claxy )le ...........................12.29: !) p.m. ALltANY\ KXl'RIWS.; :: : Arrive Olustee.................... ......... 4:51:: r. M. ,7t '' EVERY FItI1)AY.-tTi
of comfort out of a canoe and that solid Leave: Baldwin ...... .. ................. 1.101'.111. Arrive Sanderson........................ I 5:10: I'. M. connection
Close made with steamers forMellonville
business men and members of the professions Leave Brandy Branch\ .................. 1.21'11'.11\. Leave Savannah: daily nt....... .1.2.I.} in. Arrive Darbyvillo...... ......... ......... 0:20:: 1'1.; .
form the majority of the crowd /that is Leave Dutton ....................... ...... 1.41 p.m. Leave Jesup "' ........ 7.1.;"> p. in. Arrive Baldwin........................... ((5:45: I 1'. M\ ,. andEmiterprise,11151 t I with steamers
for Ocklawaha lliver also at Savannah
Leave Tebcauville\ ........ )).:(.> p. m. Arrive! White House................... i:251'. l\I. i
gathering at Lake Oeorgc to take part in the Leave Callahan.......................... 2.22 p.m. .
with steamers for New 1 ork .
Leave DuPont .......I1..V) ji. in..1rrt'e'I'homasville Arrive Jacksonville............. ........ 8:00: r. M. Philadelphia.Itoston
with .. .
congress: its regattas und afterward, Leave Hart's Road............. ....... :3.25 p.m.Arrive and ltaltimoreand at Charleston; with
\ ........ .
breaking into small squads to set out Fernandina ............... ..... 1.00 >.oia. in.
on exploring p.m. Arrive Hainbridgc ........ H.lrtit. in. V\I itI.TIOXo\-At: : Italdwin with A., G. AW. steamers for NeW+ York, Philadelphia/ Haiti-.
cruises along the leaser rivers and Trains daily, except Sunday.PKNINSULAR Arrive Albany ....... S .I 15a.m. I. '1'. U. lit, for (Vdar Key, (Jaincsvillc more, and with Northeastern & South Carlo-

lakes of I the northern border and the .. Leave Albany ........ .1.15; p. 1)1. and Fernandina, and all points" North and Tina Railroads: for. routes North East; and
Canadus. ---- -- -- -- -
'fhe (,cave Itainbridgo; ........ 5,00 p. in. Wl'lt'i; at Lake City for '1'lllIhall"I'cIhallr,, West. '
pioneer canoo of the Cumberland: ... S1tVauuah,11n( all )points: North and West i]
: I :; RAILROAD Leave 'I'hmumsvillc ..... Ht5p. in.
arrived here at the ofsummer -
,4 at Jacksonville with St. Johns Hiver Steam
o has returned from a1..lt 1)t'a ( Waldo Jlfdnch.) Arrive DuPont ........ 1.45a.m.: .
Arrive Tcbeauville\ ........ a.5.$ ) n. t1). ers. J. H.ld.a.nOYI
5 month to the waters of Uarren river Ky., "'. M. DvviKrio.v Master Transp'n. Through Tickets! and<< Staterooms: secured
and, dOINU KOL'Tlt. Arrive Jesup: ........ (6.15; : a. in. : ,
is and o'urriver.
making daily nightly in .
trips Superintendent. and all information furnished at office corner
A few days ago she went down they Ll'a'c'ullo Junction............-....' 2.15 p.m. Arrive Savannah ........ !11.05a.um.> Centre and Second. streets, ,.

river some miles under sail carrying two Leave Santa ..;. :3.18 p.m. Elc'pingears: run through between Savannah : 20-ly C). A. NOYKS.For .

,passengers: beating down in the teeth of a Leave Hawthorne .1.05 p.m. and Albany daily without chan c. linderluhing.It. --.- --------.--- ---.---
bree/e strong; enough to raKe the white Leave Loch loo a....:.. .1.15 p.m. ( Connection! Albany daily l with( passenger : Tampa and Key 11.cMl" ,
caps" Std every one of I these glorious p.n.Arrive trains both. ways on South western Kail- :,11. IIIM: > IKSO\: ,

moonlight nights the dip of her paddles j road to and from Macon Kiifanla: Montgomery ., ..1t, VIANftMUHNliip
startles the sleeping denizens of the silent Mobile, New Orleans, etc P"Ion ;. r/l.litlh'.i CONS LINE.
river above the city. So easily is: she bandied OOIXII :Noitrn. Mail steamer )leaves liainbridio for .\pa- '..:.i:" ''\ ,-.ft' 1':. t'. (f'
that a young lady who never saw acanoe Leave Ocala. }.hi a.m1. lachicola anti Cohlllllm'1'! .\' Tuesday mid :\- #5f'
after a few livc-niinute lessons in the Leave Orange Lake i.20 t l 11.111. Saturday. '. '- "" --' "'J

use:! of the dnuhle-bladed pnddieVas able to Leave oohloosa) 8.30a.m. Clo"e 1;connection .Tncksonyjllo! daily 5 + Kai l ,
dispense with her'attendants, and set ('fl' on Leave Hawthorne. 0.15 1 a.m. (Sundays exccptcd) for lll'll.it Cove !SpringsSt. :: > Y ,. l .
a crulso by herself away over the glassy Leave Santa IV. l..t5! n.lIl. Augustine, Palatka, Enterprise: Sanford. '"
river guiding her boat with perfect case, .\rrivc "'lIhle)Junction... .......... 10.15 a.m. and all landings on St. Johns river.

sending it along with scarcely any conscious Trains 01B.. it A. R. IL I leave junction
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effort, and returning at i pleasure, feeling going west, at IL'57:\ a. III., und for Brunswick
confident( of her ability .make the three- J.'En A JX.JACRSOVII.J.1o; : ut 1.40 p. m., daily, except Sunday.::) I1NIElt'1'.1KEU.: CARRY1M5 THE U. S. MAll
mile trip back to the city without mishapsof KAILROAD. Through Tickets sold and :Slecping-Car:
any kind. If our young people and<<1 lierthsand! Drawing-room) : Car accommodations FIFTH ST.. FEn ANlN.\, FLA

older ones too, knew half the charms of &('curl'llnt Hren's Ticket: Olllco, No. 22:! a:: of the staunch and elegant Stl'UIIICnof
I his, new exercise, there would be twenty of Ii Effect( M
these little fairy boats in our river before of Liberty street. BURIAL ROltKS: ( METALLIC: CASKS: every Monday at 4:00: ) p. )\., for
4 next tlumrner.Xas/t.ille American.A JAS. L. '1'.1 : )) .:x COFFINS AXI CASKETS: :: ,.
(10IXU' BOUTH. loncral Passenger! Agent.! Telegraphic orders promptly) attended to. Tampa, )1............,

A HAVPY CllAXGE. Leave 'erllmlllina..11.10 a.m. it 5.30 p.m. .1. S. Tvxox. Master of Transpuitation.! ) ... .
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n" We have been telling the gentlemen who Leave Hart's HoaoJ..1l.43 a.m. & 0.01 p.m. ]I. S. HAINKS: ;, Ocnor.il Manager.: 30 ISlvor tiu(l Ocoiiii hlethultoals.MALLORY'S And Ilruideiiluwu,

Arrive Jacksonville..l2.501'.m..t 7.0;; .
p.m. --- --- ----- --- -- -- ------ ------ "' and
have been supplying misinformation to the \tmlay'andThursday; at 4OCp. .: )

Northern public for the past fifteen years GOING xonm.: TACKSONVJLLK, PKNSACOLA!: AND m. for
out of their own abundant stores that they Leave Jacksonville......8.20 a.m. fe 3.10 p.m. .'111I... ICtlNNU" 1111(1 Icy "'..", %.
; MM: :
were mistaken, ignorant and utterly misinformed Leave Hart's Road.......0.45 a.m. &. 4.15 p.m.) and after Monday May 2, 1881, Trains .
.Arrive 1'ernaudina..10.25 a.m. t. 4.50 p.m. on this road will run daily as follows : {
about the South. astonishment .
Double Trains Cwtlu'ctlnns! made at Cedar with
with which record daily except Sunday. GOING \\'}>T.T.tllro Key thi

'they. their discoveries r.......tve ('if v .........1"111.., '". ()irly IUre' Lint lo Xc' Yorlc. Florida 'I'ransit Hnilroad from aid to aD
that has in jjuivvJt.J. l 'tIf.III. *v
now inquiry begun earnest, is 'points North and West ; at Punta Hu"1I. with,
Leave Wclborn............ 1.20 )p.m.
the most remarkable of all phenomena connected CO N1WTJON Steamer for Fort l\JYCJ1l, Fort Ogden, amid
Leave Houston! ........... l.M p.m i4
I'illo I.e.\'eI.
with the subject. They consent tot AT FERNANDIKA' .\., Arrive Live Oak.> ::::..-.:. 2.00) p.)O-: ---- ---- : Through Tickets are on sale ut Feniandina -

inform 'the press of the South about the With New York and Fernandina Steamship Leave Live Oak.......... 2.150:: )p.m. Jacksonville' iainesville, and Cedar

wonderful* things they are discovering, and Line from New York on Tuesday, at 9 Leave.: Custcr: : ....... ..... 2.18 p.m. _ Key, at Jrl'utly.r'tIH'.1! rates, for all principal

return tohem what they have known for a. u). or 4.00 p. m., and for New York on Leave )Ellaville: .......,.... .{.:'JO p.m. )points on the uhf Coast
years as if it were all new, by them discovered Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains Leave Madison........ ... 1.15 ))1.11Lel".c \. J, M. OALPHIN. (GC'II' Ag't,
and half the time they talk as if they With Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat __._ TIm FINE: STI':.\l\IHJ1JJ'1 1 1'S, J't: Cedar Key, Ma.
irecnville. ..:...... 5.1.) ,
had created the conditions! and all the from
new ;, Company Savannah daily
Leave Aucilla........ ... ) ,
time as if the South had just I'gun.lllakln Monday ; for:Savannah: daily except Sunday. .." : G.IOp.m.Leave .. FyST.L1ftY'H mVJm"ei
no allowance for the years of earnest work With Charleston Steaumerfroni Savannah Iriflnn............. (i.Up.ni. 0.\1"1'. H IN IIS:: a

done while they were ;doubting and denying. and Charleston on Wednesday and Sunday; Leave_ Monticcllo.,,.,_... 5.'.IO J p.m.! STKA3I T>ACKIT: .
: 1U'.iNY
(::1'1'CU' C0
Some of the OAI.MS,
of this \
phases new learning are fur Savannah and Charleston Tuesday and J. .
Leave Lloyd's' ............ 7.15 p.III., .
' i exceedingly ludicrous. wile ago Friday Leave Chaires\. .. 7.10 C\! 1''f. RISK,
we found Unloading Republican journal of With Steamer: Flora from St.Mary's: RiverLandings : : : :: : p.m. _____
this country informing its! readers in a col. ; Wednesday and Friday ; for Arrive Tallahassee..... 8.:.! p.m.- : of the above Steamers tll leave VF

limn of editorial that Augusta, 5a., was St. Mary's River Landings!' on Sunday and l.cave'faliahass.' ......... H.50 p.m. ONK' for New York every Thursday 4
about to make an experiment in cotton Leave Midway I ........ !) : .
Wednesday. ,
:: .y.luJ p.m.! .. __.._ on nrrl'ulIf afternoon trains from .e.or-: ...
manufacturing, whereas Augusta has! been AT C'ALLAIIAN. Leave Quincy.............. .:*'; 1'.11I. '" Jacksonville and) Cedar Kl')'.
manufacturing cotton fortweutvfiveyears, This line having no transfers to make THE!: fcTKAMBIittFI.OItA
Leave Mt.
and is the recognized manufacturing centreof To and from Savannah at 10.45 a. m. and : porn _. __ betweenFKRNANDINA ,
the South. The other day a New England 2.20 p. in. Arrive::! Clmatta, i (' ...11.50) .) pjTnT MAICTIIA,
.:. '
paper gravely announced that theSouth AT BALDWIN, FLA., = :===--= ) ANI NKW: YORK Captain ] IclzAlttsoN. Captain _.

:: was about to experiment in the man- To and from Tallahassee at 12.20 noon GOING WEST-BT. MtKKS VISION.. -

ice f4fture men would of artificial hardly ice find, but it Interfere that Eastern with i. and 1.00 p. m. ( Tttettlays, Tlturd"J' and tfntimliys.) Offers the .t-f'1" DAILY 8ERVICK.ticTho

their businasa, whereas artificial ice has been AT LOCHLOOSA, FL'., Leave Tallahassee....................... 0.00 a.llI. ItKST: AND CHKAPKST) : TRA>'HPORTA- -
successfully and cheaply made in the South With Su-amer A Mia for all and Leave <:Chattaho4 chee...................10.10 a.m. Flora leaves Fcrnandina for St.Mary: ?*
for more than ten years. The Ignorance of points Arrive St. '1'10TO FLORIDA HHJITKR.S.: Kiver )landings every Monday, Wednesday
landings on Orange Lake on arrival of Pen _
:: ;,;
the Northern people is giving way rapidly l to insular Jtailroad Train.AT and Fii a knowledge of the South based on interested GOING Y.. I'T. Vegetables and Fruits! will receive special day und Saturday,
inquiry, and it U a fortunate thing for OCALA. care in handling. The Martha leaves Fcrnandina for same
the South Leave Chatta. River..... ...>0 a.m.
that the
real value of this: field points every Tuesday, Thursday and Batut-
With Stave Line to and from Urooksville Leave Chattahoochct'... 4.'if:
was not known before should i a.m. I'ASSKNnKR ACCOMMODATIONS ARK day-retiirnlnK
or we surely Monday Wednewdat
every ,
have experienced what one of the most absurdof daily except /Sunday: (/cave Mt. Pleasant..... 5.15: a.m. FIRST-CLASH; and Friday, ,

all the old granny newspapers of the Tuesday Ocala ami, Thursday and Saturday; from Leave juincy-.......:.:... 5.5: a.m7: -- .

North calls "the northernization" of the and Tampa on Monday, Wednesday Leave lId war............ fl.4111.111. The traveling public are ollcrcd tho ad- I Through Hill" of Lading
bouth. and thereby should have )lost many Friday.AT Arrive Tallahassee: .....: "S.'M:; ) a.m. vantages of a DIRI'X.T? ; LINK:, WITHOUT .". .
dividual valuable features which will be retained In. CEDAR KEY, FLA., Leave Tallahassee........ 14i$) a.m. ANY CHAWJKS.: : Connections nude at 1).y MALLORY'8 LINE of rftcamcr U> .IJ)
characteristic'S which ought to bepreserved Fernandinu with all Htcamlxmts I oints on the St. Mary'.
With Steamer Staler to and from I'cnsaco- -- --- for all
just as the North possesses many )la on Monday and Friday. Leave Chaires'.:.....:..:: .M.-ti: aTni.: ,: oints! (all the /St. John'H, (Ocklawaha and

peculiarities whHi it would be unfortunate With Steamers ClitUon and ihrgnn for Leave Lloyd's-............ 'J.o.s u.1)(. Indian Rivers, and with the Transit Railroad Clone .u..at"dlou'. '

.for..mtric the whole -4-ountry to Jose.-XathvWe New Orleans on Friday ; from New Orleanson 1.A1\; Monticello;::::.-...-9.4m0a.m.T; --- at )Fernandina for all ml I road stations '

r ( II. I Saturday ; from Havana and Key West Leave Drifton....... iJ.15u.iM. timid (Julf forts in Florida music with the New York, ('Cltarkti! i a alma

-- "FOIl- --- -HALE----, Saturday.on Friday! ; for Key West and Havana, on Leave A. ucill...::::.:.-..:.IO.lO-t&.jl-; FUKKJHT;[ AND>> I'AJ4SINflla( : ; It.\T1-H: Savannah Steamer.

R )<:XCII.\ fa: for improved With Florida) & Havana Mall Steamship! U'aveJJrecnville.10..1;) a.m. -- AS LOW AS JJY JNJ>JJmr LINKS.Rates : OOOD) AfX'OMMODATlONH
I dt'l'rop- .
0 3 ;li
erty, Company's Steamers fur Key \Vestaud Tampa l>-ave ...... 8.1, .
on Monday and Thursday. Leave Eilaville..12.5.5; : p.1)(... G.30a.lIl. for; PaxstiiKenHxcursiouLste: : and fouriirt
SO ACRES: OF noon RICH : With Steamer for; .... .- ..ft'oThrough and Hills of lading: will Und. this tt attractive trip the
J"ttrprile the very ax
i-ointa on Uive Custer......... ..... 1.2' p.ni tu all I'"I1its. is
IIUlIOCKS1>, Sua-annee River on Thursdays at 6 a. in. Arrive Live Oak.......... J.40 p.m. For jmssage or furtlier infoniiation, apply scenery abundant irnina.'muLwllfgators, and' otliw
For information ) game art ;,
respecting routes rates Louve Live Oak..... .... 2.10 tu : j
this Island fifteen ? p.m. .
on ; acres under tr Hither of
etc., apply to :_ $ the wbov<} Ptfamew ecu t*
tion. For information apply to A. O. MACUONEI41.. leave Hcmston..VM::2.3215.111.-: : ;: : -- It. W. CO11T1111'1K. Agent, (hartcre"l for eicurrlou: iiartie! $atiiiv; Unit.

E'. SUHRKR: (;('n'l TiVk..t and 1'1.v, .\cnt. Lt-avo .\\' ,,").... 3.(1) p.rn.uh'e IV'"wmlI For further int'i.'rmfttlu'p'pf"ya<>.f

31 Mansion: r- louse D r.. MAXWELL, (en') Suj.t. ::1- ."\- l Ukdfy..)- ..,..-... Say P.(its. .:""r''. :,..",.. C. MALLORY J'i'rIIu.t): ) River A (;New 0., Y >rkv r.MJ 25v31a3: : A. JJ..KOYt-HjtAf Feniwidj, ,. >}i.'I.Hp .

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J ; TILK' : FLORIDA- -MIUKOK:. ,. fug. that whatever benefited the State in any IUIToll IdI COIl n 1:81'oxinxct;. I (Icgrec. from the state; ; : of trance: in: width): Till; l'JUS1' KAlLltOAlt AXU

.. quarter was a )benefit to the whole. Different time public mind) has existed since the 1st of T/I anvAT lXI'OSIT/O.
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:- : 0'SA : : : : :' ; I
a 1 ; TU1WA' }<, HiKrTRMiiKn: 10," mi.; localities suit! the tastes! or means! of different Tin: VSKS OK ADVMtMTV-:XlrOStTV": : OK, Kill i July. It I is found with surprise that parties, The enterprise c of tlc Trn.lt ltailrondCompany 1 .

1.t -, -- -- _.--- ... ----. .-- I people, and. we are! sure that no one U.\I.IT\-'l'Im I'UOllVflLK: : MIolIT SLTI-I.Y and factions within 1 parties, still ('xbt-Illat the in IIltlertaklllJ. up nn own exhibit expense

.t To thrlt VllOVlT OF COTTOX-llALSlXa. who desires! to settle in Florida can fail to II}' \IWTITKS--SMAM.KK: \ : l'UO"l'c.T\-" : these number half-brecds and !stalwarts, for tie great Atlanta exhibition is certainly

.tr Considerable discussion is going oti it I find some locality, employment:' ) or productive t TICK: .:.'ifll.I III1\ :,+T.ll'.ItLt'1tF-: Tammany and null-Tammany, Democrats, to ('omlm'lIclellll) deserves!! to be seconded

,r '11f )labor which if lie is reasonable luau sut Rt.I''I.TIIP.; and A certain in that section
<)utllern papers! as t to the value of t'lltoll- a uFs OF Ucadjnsters straightouts.! ni populaton

I Cud} producing, a* shown by the planting opera. will suit him. The best: advice to give to I utsr, ivre. sense! of decorum has repressed the Ikpublican of section the of the State can I!liner lines.larger FrOI and no

i.j i und. lions of the last few years.! It I N! alleged 01.I any one is to invite nn examination: of the :'1FavAscl'rENN.: : :': :: : September (G!, 1.t.1 t press! from its usual active partisanship more characteristic exhibit of the productsof

elect; the. one hand, that considering; its!! ndapta, resources of the country, and a personal' investigation It i is a difficult matter to practically cm pending the solemn crisis of the President1* Florida soil be obtained }.'rol it long

p n l tlon. tion to our !soil and climate, its: limited\ arc;1 of all points which seem likely brace t the idea: hal I "ssweetarc the uses ofI illness. Poor human nature, however, is nnd, short cotton of the finest, rll(>
staple, corn, oats, rice and rye, sweet amiIrih l
a 'r r; mnrl.(l'l'r .. of production, the trained labor already: cm to meet the views of the inquirer.' We hope' I adversity., The discouraging, influence of nut cured of office-seeking and spoils} and\ potatoes, cane, sugar and syrup nnd an

)\ (1US4i! played in its production, its certain mar. (lie Atlanta l Exposition: will give a very full this long/ lrotradt'llla'ollth! has! suggested! ,) to cannot longer be narcotized.) The year 1881 c'IH' (>!\'lri.t. of vegetables and all thesemitropical

( : thcaltole ketnble valve ns a money 'crop, that tlx productions, and some philosophical mind that there were Iii not so far distant but that plans arc laid characteristic of Florida,

: South will find profit in (pursuing tile culli e'I.' I I ,liltt rt,' suitable t to a many !blessings and good results: attending. and schemes instituted,) operate on the 'can'lti\'e be obtained woods, ;building besides) these stone,,sped lime omens rock! of,

\I stng, valion of this crop. farming population. it. Among the first of these is the general next Presidential struggle. clay, virgin soil, natural fertilizers!' and

\ hl81tiOll On the other hand the low prices of the lu!'l t absence of malaria, the fruitful "source: lit' The' people arc not likely to have anymore many other things, t'tl bo sent forward

few years, the fluctuations ill price seldom I .S I'1.;G ULd 1'1)1. frbrileehiseae. Many noxious: kindsof weeds say; in the selection of candidates, ) which will be intelligible to those {'Xtllil.
business if it the Florida) exhibits nt Exposition :
be distinct ing
I' stel the r There seems to a also cut ofT The ) is better hereafter than have had heretofore. tie
benefiting the planter, gradual wearing arc ground : prepared they with view to in Florida.
\ per out of the land in raiding! it, the necessity ol f may lie so. called. established! in this: country to receive the heavy rains!' which will Masses' will manipulate conventions, party and make themselves homes in genial cli

dis1st using fertilizers largely the high cost! of pro, -that of speculation. Hhas grown larger succeed the dry season\ and the thorough exigencies! and) considerations) will controlthe mate where there is a generous soil. The

visions and other money outlay, indicate! year by year, and now extends. to every penetration of which will create the o/one appointments oflice, and matters will Transit Company have placed the whole

i; the that} the South commits an error in making, branch of trade mid commerce.According which willgivc additional. fertility totime soil, go on as they have heretofore. The usual energetic thing. under man the Colonel!supervision I). S. Place of,that of most
t to the old laws of -
dom this her principal and absorbing; product. puliticalcanuuy says a newspaper philosopher. The virtues remedy is the arousing; of. the natural practical In doing this the success of the undertaking

There is! evidently u good deal to he said prices were regulated ,by the cost of production frugality)' and careful economy will he promoted good sense of the voter to refuse to i is assured mil the confidence of the peoil'

r wh this If the cot, plus the cost of transportation to from of ) nomination and) forcing throughout the whole section secured.
$ on both sides of question the necessity: : husbandingthe support an improper The of this exhibit i is to
c market. Prices consequently varied hat making
t H.; ton crop were subject, to the ordinary lawsofslll'ply I diminished )harvest to 'meet the demands: each 1 party to put forth unexceptionablemen. jlrpo'e of the world, which will

j I n. and demand, it could doubtless: be! slightly from! year to year, wages remained which will be made upon( it. The peasant:: Whether any system can be devised! cal 1, n"'clbll'el tie nUenlol 1 t to the attractions! .

}i fin regulated so as to command. u fair return for nearly5tatiounry'amidalltime elehurolswhfeh i class! of Europe: we know, arc frugal and by which machine busses and trading, politicians of i East and I South Florida. This: purpose
entered, into the cost reproduction' of a will certainly commend itself to all.I We l
in crop
;. the capital employed in its production. As cOlllcI/f) estimated.Speculation saving beyond any of our own people, compared can be overthrown, is a question not want to see tic varied) I'C'SOI'C'S of this section

drdo, the world advances in civilization and commerce ) safely ) with whom we are at all times: wasteful very clear at present. The question of reform utilized. the wild land recnllcll. the

readies out its arms to new and more ( first: grew out of the system of and extravagant. As a rule the foreigner in this respect iilllll'cus"c>cl in a general fertile. acres c\llvate.l. and \ no

F distant peoples! the demand for the manufactures exchanges of our own products with thoseof : by his close frugality, prospers in this way at this time in consequence of the as- better Ictholl IOW oferC'fl than the one of
; other countries.! It i is now more largely patronizing the and doing -
J In{, of cotton increases in a healthy ratio country on lands: which American would. haSl'illaliollll\It no practical movement has so through the! xpo"iioll. We ,
\ carried} home, I, 'rnit
on at by an organized system
tvIn to its enlarged area of production and I it starve in attempting to cultivate the German yet appeared to effect any change. The only therefore, urge all to interest themselves!' in

\i l ought to be a safe and remunerative, crop.A for inflating or depressing prices. slm i i.kecp'rgrnsvy' rich beside his neighbor remedy we see is to fix the tenure of office this behalf. Hunt up something to send oft"
hi The basis! of operations' i is usually a real or and let Colonel' Place know what it is.11'e .
i!: very intelligent Southern planter now who I is:' bankrupt or making a bare liv in general, during good behavior and takeout desire to call the attention of
imaginary deficiency or overplus produc c.pC'cal
t e. A- in public life, claims that cotton raising! cannot ing. "A (penny saved is: two pence gained," the factor of the spoils' of office from, the citizens around (; to the value

now be made, profitable, in consequenceof tion. If nonesuch(: exists, the speculator endeavors is the living rule! of action of these hardy" political contests. I losses and machines of making I good exhibit of the sand) stone

tocrcaleacuuse.! I llespreadsrcportsof: : would then have interests to besubserved. which abounds in this vicinity. It is undoubtedly
the organized and powerful combination (people of foreign races: who have been no private :
the deficiency in article necessi, 1dll'ap and valuable
great some :
I! of"peculators, who combine to put up (pricesin trained in_ the u_ school of_ 1I1l\'t'rsih'____ ___nHOlllcthillgof ,, .- building oll hijlih'),e ,
and, having previously: l purchased' large "aleriul.111 uti1c,1
.. I'Ji' the spring to stimulate production, and to tlii is: necessary to be learned DI.111GI.17'10X'O'1'ES.. Let it be advertised, ) at Atlanta.: If i
', 'rt them down in the fall when the cottonis tock! put by our own people, both in the value of We are again under obligations to Samuel quarry up e
ascertain or he creates! the impression' : that there will ; suitable shapel Ir. Place informs us that he
ij i ready for market. They with of all the minor of
making use sources profit Fairbanks! agent for the following abstract!
be and when the will it to and there have it
large surplus crop', mar convey \tlnta.
: J1 great accuracy the quantity of cotton raised, and I in husbanding using to the best of the business at his office in Jacksonville niii'dc" into a : wall, that all
ket ill to sell
sulllcicntly depressed( buys at
\, and have absolute control to fix the price. advantage our resources. The comparative' Letters received in August, .;0(5(; ; calls received may see it adapted, to 1 valuable use.laiarsrille .-
!' j.t I'" The planter has no power to struggle against an scarcity of all kinds poultry( in our markets in August:: 33 ; letters answered, lit' ; ( Sun nail Jiff.

the crushing power of this combination operations' when carried and of eggs the limited supply of vegetables pamphlets: sent by mail, 3"'J ; from oflice, THE: ATLA.YTY: Ixl'osmTlox-Elsewllere: we

"" iI which 1 holds him in its toils. He i is, to all out on large scale is to disturb all the the difficulty of procuring many articles 101 ; papers sent by mail, 20 ; from office, :oO.: publish a circular from Captain D. E. Maxwell it

1 retail markets and to enhance the prices' of The agent mails all State papers:' sent to Superintendent' of the Transit Kail-
el' intents! and merely an overseer to found
purposes usually to be in Northern farmhouses
f '::1 : breadstuff: and other articles of subsistenceto his office. road, in which he calls on the people all k
; tt t produce the crop of which they are to derive such us dried. fruit, vegetables, pickles along the line of the road to assist in getting -
Ii.t.r the great discomfort and injury of all\ that The letters received were from 31 states, 2
the benefit !, domestic soap, baskets: scrubbing brushes a creditable exhibit for the exposition
.r ; There is at present buta moderate amount ,large class of our people who live on wages etc., show how minor sources of territories, 2 foreign, as follows : "I take place in Atlanta, commencing (ron

'!1k and salaries, which aro usually fixed and many ..Alabama Arkansas; ; 3 ; Connecticut, 2. the 5th of October. The Transit road ;
of accumulated in the .South to
1 11 capital assist !subject to little change. profit are neglected) by the Southern farmer. Delaware 1 ; Florida, 70; Georgia; 5: ; Illinois has taken the matter in hand nnd employedMr. '

1 tho planter, and being unable to hold The business ii Such abundant rains: have occurred in England : S ; Indiana! 5 ; Iowa, 0 ; Kansas: 7 ; 1) S. Place, nn experienced man, to'go '

'f \ his! crop he In u..tlell at the price dictated speculation a game of ) as to have injured) their grain crop to Kentucky, 10 ; Louisiana: 1 ; Maryland, 2 ; to Atlanta and handle the exhibits from this

:; I' ,! by the cotton ring chance: in which the operuturstrusttuluch, the extent of one-half or three-fourth., butit Massachusetts: 21: ; Michigan, 7 ; MissNsip.pi section and along; the line of the road. This x

The of cotton, confined and their high opinion of their own'sagacity. 2 ; Missouri, 2 ; Nebraska ; New Hampshire move on the part of the Transit'I'oad is independent
I production being: While a few make fortunes the great ill doubtful whether we&hull have any surplus 2 ; New Jersey, 2 ; New York 30 ; of the convention which met inJacksonville
to certain limits and tho extent of the crop in this country. Fortunately for them Ohio. 12 ; North Carolina\ 12 ; Pennsylvania, recently. This makes no difference

being usually ascertainable with proximate majority fail, but the opportunity of making they arc dependent upon us. Hu'sialaas. 20 ; :South: Carolina, 1 ; Tennessee 10 ; Colorado as the end to be attained i the

certainly, it affords a surer field of operationto a sadden fortune keeps: their ranks 1'1111. it is abundant harvest Wisconsin; 12 ; Virginia. Vermont; sale.l' hope to see our people, take hold
reported an unusually '
and leads to combinationsto cover hlr l'rop. Texas, 2 ; District Columbia, '1 ; Idaho, 1 ; of the matter with the proper' VII.c have
the speculative ling than any other crop and the Danubian) provinces will be Canada ; England: 5. From north of the some public-spirited men in Cedar Key, and
I in the commercial I
the area of which may bo indefinitely increased orations or, slang to create enabled to export !largely. Time fertile wheat: I'otonmac,161 ; south of the I'otonlac,11i.I we hope to see them make u more

!' like corn or wheat. '. slBfci curler. growing region. Jjijrdering, the Tigris und It will be seen that Florida continues to think we should cooperate with Captain
Fortunately breudstuIN: will not keep, und i Maxwell and Mr. Place up our interests are (
The only remedy seems to boo In promoting Euphrates: is already made use of as a 'be Inquired about from all H'ctlons9: ''fall more identical than with other sections of s
the holders must sell and the lIIarkctbreak y
the manufacture of tho staple at home soon source of supply to 'meet deficient harvests! and winter comes on the letters and demand the State. We are satisfied, too, that the
'I and, direct trade with the when\ it has been put up merely on Transit road,. will do all t that is in
.' foreign in India. and Kuro'pe.: !btcamship: lines connect pamphlets will increase: addition to required

I : through home ports, and if necesary speculation. with Mediterranean, : through the the letters! of inquiry and) applications at the furthering_ the 1 interests! of those living along'
'' This feature of the business, the perishable us route. j>ir. I'lace iniorms us: mat lie will
.. u Combination of Southern capital) in natme of breadstuff's, grain; and meat Suez canal and a projected line of railway, Jacksonville agency, very many. arc receivedby \ be down here one day next week and talk

the interests:! of the planters: to maintain has introduced. a more mischievous system less than four hundred miles in length will thc Commissioner at Tallahassee.: The face to face with olr'people., and see what "

fair average prices. of speculating in futures, by wiiicfi the give direct communication: with the Mediterranean railroad land commissioners, the Disston can be done.-Cedar Key .Juttnutl

amount of capital required, to be used is: ports Wheat nihe raided by Land Company, thc many lancIllgt.'lIts. editors i" AN EXHIBIT FUO.M THE Tit\NSIT R.tti. lOAn.
Tilt rOPULATlOX. WAXT.The ; limited to the ditl'rreneebetween the present .
I market price and its probable rise or fall. the fellahs of Mesopotamia at a less; cost than and private persons receive hundreds: of The otliiials of the Transit Itailroad have
convention held) in Jacksonville I taken the course to collect and
immigration proper
arrange -
Nothing: at all is usually really bought or on our Western:: prairies, and the transportation letters, which would swell the number of an exhibit of the resourceof: ; that ,I '
A although not as largely attended' as sold, but the speculator' :stipulates to sell letters received thousands por
when the Syrian Iailroall i is completed( : to each month. tion of the State through which it runs,
it should have been, was: nevertheless. articles to hu delivered at some future time
an The und have to work in
recent Immigration and : businesslikemanner
will hardly exceed that from ..luterica.Speculntnrs Exposition gone a
Important beginning towards concerted\ at an agreed price. 1 le relies upon ins: judgment to their
1d' accomplish object. Mr. 1)
as to whether the price will be higher ; will make the most of tho apprehended I Convention held in Jacksonville on the
tion.! Self-Interest is: supposed tlht' the S. Place.of (who, by the way was
or lower than present prices at that time, scarcity in this country, and put 24th ult., will, no doubt, result in increased the man the\ultlo. convention at Jacksonville .
most, Importullt'lnccintho to effort Hitherto and buys or sells accordingly.: I What he -
up the prices of whatever can be put up. exertion to illustrate Florida. Several counties should have selected to do a similar service -
what private effort has )been made to induce makes or loses will be determined by the have local for the State,) has been to
: market price at that time. 11' he! has agreedto i Abundant rains have been already reportedin formed immigration societies engaged gather
immigration has been local and with contributions fur the exhibit and
sell at a lower price he will try depress I, some portions of tho North which have which will i issue county pamphlets and I, to the attend
the leading! purpose of bringing immigration the market and nV arrangement and exhibition of the
verm. This is (the de
been Miileritig from drouth, and it is not too uups. same during the Atlanta Exposition.: He
( into certain counties and localities.: Of t'stIlIJlt'1'pl'culatlll\l in futures in
? upcrutiun late to benefit their corn crop. General rains The many new railroads" now being rapidly has already. Issued:: immense numbers of circulars
(his has to but the so largely: in this ('Olllltn'. Its: etl'ect
no one a right complain
upon the prices to the consumer is equally will doubtless "soon follow, and with the i l constructed! will render easily acccssi- asking for articles and objects for tin-
effect has been to obscure those broad exhibit and for information
) and of the location
injurious us: the older} mode of operation.It growth of ra'In the pasture fields, stock LIe sections of the State which: have been of those without his
general advantages the State which is simple gambling: and nothingel.se! but knowledge ; and Ilism.tholl
; will be kept up' without resort togndn. leglected, especially the Gulf counties ; and as might have
would if known, bring III a much more I soems: to !be equally beyond the power of LCI'I (xpcric. arc
law or public Opilll lI. In .consequence of the dry weather the already South Florida begins: to realize the well considered, and have : i ef
widely diffused immigration. In many parts: fective. Tiie parties; charged with similar
K temperature III'c.t'n the mountain country x-nefits. The railroad from the Chattahoo-
of the North tho idea has obtained that duties on behalf of the proposcdtstatc I ex
1'lorida! I is only fruit-growing (1'I'S T l;l:1'L i,1'7'I A'Q, is much higher than usual, but with the chee river to Pensacola is being pushed forward hibit would do well to adopt) :Mr. Place'splans.

countryand HIIl'ITOl'n ;\t' Cot-Nty, Y.1 1 constant breezes and the cool nights great and probably in twelve months will The Transit Toad, people were never

(lint principal production is oranges, eon- August :29! 1HHI ) comfort is experienced be This will bring West Florida known to half-way do anything they un

fined to a limited area or no-called belt As the fur c'olllett"1 dertook and it i not unlikely that they will
I subject: planting oysters forrimarket !It H fortunate that Florida escaped thesevere in {'olwction with tile Atlantic, :
i Learning flint to bring! a grove into bearing ha- been brought; before trIO people' Gulf'anl have the largest and lot interesting Florida .''
and with the railroad North
storm and great tidal wave which system East exhibit
at the I
of the I Exposition.' who
I Those feelas
from the seed or stock Ii the work country prupusctogiveymu m\ experience -
nursery III planting oysters fur maikct in jverwhemled. the coast! of Georgia and South md West. Proposed roads from Macon ( all who reside or do business :m\'IIf'

of many years, people naturally give up the the waters of Chineoteague bay, this eoun- t'arolinasodisjistrously.. Amimdiihlamdwith tome and .\tantl through Middle Florida along the road or in the country. it traversesshouldelran

ai Idea of settlement unless they have the ty. This bay makes in from the Atlantic interest: and a pride in seeing 1
its high; elevation above tide water, could tu one or more of the good I harbors between their ; a'
means of purchasing\ bearing grove or ocean. I planted llJlltwo acres ground soo m section well represented: should address
1 those approaching the bearing bushels of small oysters, and' allowed 1 them not, in any event, be very much affected by (\-dar Key and Apalachicola will be built. Mr. Place at Waldo giving him information

i \ age.'there to remain down until the third. \'\'a r. I then !Mieh u tidal s'a rc. Then that magnificent section will come to of objects known to tht'1 as suitable

;; uro thousands of eople i at the l'UIIIII\III'l'lIIH\lI"lill, ; the oyster= thud dur i 1 was pleased to meet here a day or two lll' front, und from the Suwanee to the Chiola for exhibit, or forwarding to him such nrt.
ri North who with very moderate ,capital ing the third season 1 took up of good priumeOyster. tIes or objects a they can contribute.-
t: a since Major O'Brien, a !son' Captain O'lJricn > from the Georgia lino to time Gulf
could establish\ themselves: upon our public.! and shipped I. 100 bushels, returning : .I.. ._...... .___. __ wi I rii'l. ,
t the culls to the )olantiuigground for the next of the United! StatesArmy.and a grandson of rape,1.f:1 1 "I' mitt t .t .nl.JUllen iroill
(lands and
or private make for themselves
season, and during the fourth season took lcrnardo! Lequi well known an old citizen 1011 Island and New Jersey ", the :\orUI.'r Savannah's lluHlnetm. '_
productive farms, obtain a good support, enjoy from the same 1 bed :3o"' \bushels
: Jn"tll'rilIH'| The Savannah
(>f :St. Augustine and an official of the :Spansh Northwestern farml'r. who sow Mwning Aeira i issued: on
good 1 health with of a fair The 1,700! bushel: : sold for Ml eclatper" bushel I wi
L prosit an When 1 t government before the ehange of l1a6.... ;and plant reap ami dig, und with the modern September 3J its annual trade edition. Fromit
upon average.); planted mvousters I
a competence as tho result of a few years' lal
the bottom was eotnparalivcly hard, Major: 0'I1rh'lI is I well known in railroad drI I agricultural labor-saving 1111"IlIts. from a we gather the following facts and figures

'or. In fact little more. would bo nNpdatathan \ but immediately on the top tlll'l'cH'C' a lew cles as the cllk'ient general .manager; ami 1 sifperintendent sulky plow to a reaper steam in regard to the export trade of'the Forest

provision Cur u ) .car'lIlIIpl"nt in ad inches comparatively\ lull ; tho tide was of the Cole line ufrailwaysex- plow. They will introduce the best breeds City :
Vance Tim orange grove would come in strong, running over time bed', onto at extra
low tides the oysters were, for the most part; tending from llristol; to Memphis, und timeline of domestic animals, the best methods! of Sea Island i slur.
due time the addition bales : .
us Inexpensive to
uncovered.1 1 diem Iohalluwlltl'r the best now building; und i in part built from progressive farming, for they will have rich Upland cotoll., $MjO.3J!
.other ,
r improvements. The land itself, epee for planting, I\.'; the oyster U nearer the sun Chattanooga; to JJr.unswiek' ti la. Colonel I soil 1, twelve' months in the year to Kusin, barrels........... 49 ,5l; '20,024Mtf!
fenced l and plowed would support mod-! and the shell will be much harder and the culivBtt 13'.81J 425.0.V.
any will be and' Cole hi obtained the requisite charter I and harvest, not be subject to heavy ex- Turpentine, gallons.... "
erate-siied l. frugal: and induitrioui( )plant stronger kl't.'PIIIUl'i1 longer Lumber feet. 37.3
family in .....
in trati.Mt to market while thin deeper the fur extending hi-J road from Home to Atlanta Itt'nse of winter feed), barns, ('cllri and. fuel), Timber cubic.. ..U,057XJO ).41
a plain .,,.
way. .. 311/J27
water the softer the shell. In my planting and the road, f'ollltImta, to Maeun is which annually absorb so much of their Cotton seed, founiL. ( -1..3JJ
{ It 1 h important: that the idea should be 1 sought water not deeper than I from four to i U,70o ,
i now progressing i so that we may look for tho crops North ; nor will they be scourged with! l'ovilons.; ... ....... ... 5,151111.04S
M1L made clear that Florida is a safe and reliable eight feet. I do not approve of dredging on Flour ...
completion of an.ndc! >cndcnt line from I time grasshopper!! the Colorado barrels........
: man' new beds 1 ) a* the I'n'llc' ; covers up and kill;* ( potato bug, )1 IS7
"uur l country.Ve need bone and ..
much of tho new growth, but alter the oyster Chattanooga' to the seaboard) in the course!! of I the terrible cyclones, floods and. blizzards, Other alure. ...."" *"**.*. 33.300< i
:i new to give growth and value to our (a- have been ton/ed until they \htfeoinescarce I articles...... .... .... .. 8jlil
hick often
the ccunmingyear.' A short extension!! of furt j \ sui sweep over he West.: These
cored: )and. \41 ihould therefore und I wish to clean' the bed fur
2 2v ,.ich facts 'in regard to Florida will) In. replanting, I then use and up would! Tl''UIO"HWUI' live miles from Sterling; across the St. Mary | new-coming lieu ,'i! assimilate with our Total exports.......... .........$27,710,431

luce tho, immigration, thither of class of the use of the dredge. After cleaning; river near :$t. Mary. will' connect the Cole present imputation, socially and j polticaly.uJlllmth There were also shipped! todomestie i orts.. "

a up the ground) I allow the land to rest for at system o.: 1"i u.U! with, the I.'l..rjt! | ..ystem at will b we during the )'er. 8.0a bales of Mea island amid

uiitll farmers or agriculturists!: who will become least one sea l.Il1UJ by giving! it this rest Hart's road, anti from its II'" i.tlh advantages say to the home jieople mutually( Llnctit'll: Cheer 8 do 391 Jll hale.Jl upland t cotton ; 50.5U4 barrels -
lulu permanent ttaltlevsts. and develop the experience has taught; me that the replanting up and 4.[ casks of rice ; K"0: barrels
z will produce much better than if to both system'* will undoubtedly be not seek other lauds, remain and enjoy theprosperity rosin : 11,59 barrels
country} as only it can be developed, unOer4jv oysters uf stunts ; 10;: .: feet
hIlIlL'tlhltd'I'IIlIh..l after being cleaned built. }', that is sure to come in the"near sawn lumber and 4,205,920 feet hewn
hand of Intelligent und hardy labor.We up for oyster ground' needs rest ujx.n the You have waited timber ; 1.>sThc tonnage auriiiB
and, diffu.se information in regard to all | >. brightening, and a Anuericunvessels!! cnter ,,13U.& tq953 ,-
The Hpproaili of the fall election) for some I I.f !uln assured ;and tonnage
Would lit glad to have the of )lai :
t'SI'ri"II"t| the old homestead cell tonnage total
urU lIt Suite (urol.he.lor will the 3J WI.010 ;
( our! M correp your oy.ter 1luutl'fS.Oirrt'lmcdt"t'c J>ttk* the state orliee lit New York and Virarousing fgiula | abode ml)
mix .H.Unti t -,:id theloTul press, wlih!. :I'm! fcc: >J. wttrillt l'ai-.... 1:1: : public attchtiunin I 'of content and comfort, and the old-time i-E. tonnage ot'\ $.,j entlre'' from (foreign 1 tr I
some -Irani
0f.Wn -hospitality, b extended with a liberal band 141,311. : : : ( :(u. tlnll".


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Till: SOUTH AM IMMKHtATHtX.VAI.VK The change must! be wrought slowly I utulgradually. I the influence exercised in metro, by bodies :S.SSSSA::: NN NNHHHnn 000 11UUIJU: NN NN SSSSSSs i

: It is" not probable that very many and persons who did, not much regard the ::; \AA NXiN HH Kit 00000 Illl Hit NNN NN SS

OK TIIK: ma'TIIKKN=' KXl'iWlTIOX: AS: ANAin'KRTIsKMI'.XT. immigrant will po therefor the next few popular will. \1 Ir. Hayes\ accordingly\ was sss A'AAA NNN NN im im 00 oo uu URN-NX NNSSSS
years, although the Atlanta Exposition: : will cautious: in thoextrome.: Ilontiemptednothing :::SSS: AV ..A.NX N XX HlUUt 00 OOUUItU XX NNN SSSSdSSS :
: : : exert!. a strong influence in favor of immigration for which ho did not bl'lil'11(1 would : AAAAAA NN NNN Illl Illl OO 00 [Illl UK NN NNS9S: \

It is n noteworthy fact that the South has by showing tll lie immigrant, as! well have the fullest: popular' Mippoil.' lie was ss: .v.\ .\.\ xx xx nth nn ooooo uu im NN NN ss
always been shunned by immigrants. It is as to the capitalist, the great Ollrt'l'.or the King Lou." ami\ for u free p,'''Ih', needing; SSSS4:\:\ : .\ .\ AAXX XX IHtllllll OOO UU ]UllXX XX SSSSS
an important question whether a current of South and the change that has come ovei but little government, "Kimt ,"//ot" is the
immigration will sot in toward the near' I'll. it. Hut the signs: are unmistakable that in light king.
turc or ever.! As tot ho fact mentioned there due time worthy immigrant* will seek the If Mr. Arthur should bccoino President:
is: no room for doubt or 1I1'nlaFor\ half .\ Southern: states'; with advantage to themselves ho aNo will bo conscious that ho I is 1I01ll0rl'Iliall
centnrv immigration has been lion ing from and that part of the c'lIlIIllr\-\"III' Ilis: Accidcncy," as 11 Ir. Johnson' was

the Old to I HID New World in u !-itl'IIIIH1'1". )WItcrnlL styled t and every consideration of prudence

ing tide' 'hilt It 'has never taken ft !nuticrl) [ and regard IiII' hi:< own MIH-OSS and good Wholesale and Retail Houses.
irl'cliolllllh'r rewliuguurshores.'l'cn, million UXFOUx'ICi t AI'PItIIih\'SIOSS. fame will lead him, we hell,'vt', to make
foreigners! have been added to quiet, administration ; because be must see
population A correspondent' who seems to be one ol
that. (this is what the ,
hut'cn' few of them are crediterto those! fearful souls who can believe no good country now
to the South Immigrants nre now poiirin of Viee-President! Arthur, writes to say, Iii.'urgently/ than four years ago/ di"mauds.I'nlike : .
T.vler'and Johnson, who were countrymen -
into the country in unprecedented and still
iranting all have written to
you t unmoved ht t the current"I of generalopinion I
increasing numbers but for

; homesaijdemployment \I Ir. Arthur's probable conduct if
: good unfortunately -
Mr. .Arthur i is a iv-ident, of the
they look to Northern cities t tll he should become President, 1
the nuuntfaeturing centers: of New i'.nglamland : still thhvk'you! have myitted to consider the ('Olllllll'I'l'iIlIIlWlrt'l'oli14. lie knowsjiy daily
( the Middle states!, to the converse with men what tlll'thlllk and
tural) rof.rionof" the ?rth\vest great, and agricul to tin* cl'rlinlthllt reall'1'l' tll'lIt-the Mr.power Conkling behind l would the throne hu. the, wish! :and h,' is not apt, to make mistake I AM twO 1 CONTINUALLY LAUGH: (JUANTITIIW: OF GOODS, SUCH ASFLOUR

mining districts of the far West. Ever since greater than the throne itself.: which opinionated and in the sense in
the close of the war the South has invitcil, Several bo said to which wo speak, ignorant; men, would be!
things:: can reassure our .
certain to IlIa.I'! He knows that the industries
and tried to to settle
encourage immigrants correspondent, wh l'h'l' will proceed to
within its borders. The advantages and attractions suggest to him. In the first place it is a little I and enterprises: of the country, requirepolitical
rest t, and can only alarmed and
of the Southern states have been :
absurd it of
: is: not, to nuke bugbear
glowingly pictured I I in pamphlets': 1 1: reports, ?.Ir. Conkling. lie is now a private til.l'n.Hllll I injured l political he turmoil but and tonl'u'ion.Anit GRITS MEAL CORN
as: i is not n fool, a shrewd and .
public documents: etc., and these: have been whatever ambitions he may have t for ,
quick-witted: Iran ho is not likely to make
scattered in :
over Europe language.Earnest have
every the future he will advance as a private -
such blunder, fatal alike to his reputation
efforts have been made and
special person It has: been asserted: I that Mr.Arthur ,
aivd I his success: as: our correspondent (fears.:
inducements held out Southern :
by agentsfor would call 11 Ir.lnkling"o! the Cabinet
:Suppose: however, that 'II'. Arthur should
r the purpose: of encouraging immigrantsto : in Mr. I'.laine's: place ; but this is nonsense. \'
advise with Mr. ( "mklill fronuenlly and beguidod
selcctouthlrtI::; homes, lint all in \ain. :
Mr. 'onkling( is: too vie and too ,
; .'
by him. What then The ex-Sen:: .
Between 1810 I\tIlI18 t 0 three million
nearly shrewd the 1111.Ill'\ "
!> : man to accept place,
aliens landed in the but ator i is a man: of large: (-c-xperu-nce; in {publicallairs ,
the last
country ; could nut, probably, be confirmed if he HAY OATS VKKlt AND BRAN
shows that 1111of them ; be i is an honest man: ; IHI., a strict ,
census scarcely settled should be lonlKli {enough to accept. "'I' ,
in the South except a tiiir number in have no doubt\ !. Mr. ( 'onk illg would like to Republican. :So: far: as I ublirallliirsurecun-.: '
(corned advice would bo valuable: : tUIIIl\
Missouri, Texas and one or two other states. be President, but to become :Secretary: ol '
President] Mr. Conkling has" mi the "Ihlrhalld.
; \ Are the causes: of these significant results :State would put him at once out of the:category
and unchangeable ; very serious faults! 111'11'11I1"1' ; bo is n
permanent or are they of I'rtsideiits.tOi't'ewcr t
poviblo : ,
bitter hater, awl he imports pi-rsoiial feelings
and removable ? On) the :
temporary answerto Mr. Aitlnir, if he :should become President! ,
this question depends) the answer: to the will nothing much lifeamid into his politics to too )great: an extent
want as a quiet
whether will for his! own good." To be moved I in his policy the and Car Load.
question immigrants alwaysavoid I'l'il'lulIl'l'Itioll"l with Congress, and he : By Cargo
bt t this side of :Mr. Conkling would bo
South will time
the in in
or turn that will take "great care not to throw such I a II re- hut I Ii
groat'folly :Mr. Arthur, it would be avery
direction for satisfactory conditions: of employment brand into the :Senate\ as a nomination that
improbable blunder. Many men cherish -
and settlement which they now would '
challenge \ oppoitiOlllllll'rl'ate -
their own resentments! : and :are moved by
seek in other parts of the ('uuntrFortll- intense feeling.
the is not hard to'sol\'c and them, but \'('1'fl'\s' are allortod\ \ by the resentments -
nately, problem If Arthur homines: President! ho will
more.fol'tlllllltcl\ solution i.s favorable.The : think first of himself and his own fame and :111the enmities: of others: We ..'
do not that Mr.[ Arthur seated. in
rea'IHwh I immigrants: have not goner :success! lie will l tint sacrifice himself foreven suppose : I AM THUS: 1 KN'AHLKD: :\ TO SEL1'fO ;
in' could be induced to go South are plain. intimate friend, Mr. the Presidential chair, would turn a cold
so a as Conkling. : ;t:
shoulder to his ancient chiel'uutl loader but "
That lIIan01' the aliens: crowding into our He will aim to hurmoui/e his .I\I\lll1ot : t "
: party .
nothing i is less than he should '' .
: probable !
: gethimself '
ports worthless and objectionable, to say to divide it and rend) it to pieces It i is: ourbelief "
of the and} criminals i is well into hot water to gratify Mr. Conk' :
paupers that he will In- much more apt to ignore ." ,
lint ling, especially: since the ex-Senator: has become /I{.
known the hulk of the immigrants old friends than to attract opposition! o'vvn '
belong to the honest! industrious and thrif and wrath toward himself by favoritism.We by his mitt a private citi/.en.
working classes. to this XII We repeat our belief. that iI.i Ir. DEALERS .I"* AMI :LIES EVERYBODY
: They come cuua1 repeat that we believe Mr. Conkling too
Arthur should become President: he will be ,
try to livelihood and to find coutf'ortable
earn a wise and too shrewd to accept' anplaee under .
homes Where the conditions most think his own man: ; he will see that his only road:
arc [Arthur, but also we Mr.[ Arthur
favorable to these ends there to success lies in maintaining till'i.\ / .f quo;
k immigrants are too shrewd and too ambitious to call
most to be drawn. Now in the and he will bo anxious, above' everythingelse
likely past into his Cabinet a manlike Mr. Conkling,
there has been in the Southern states industrial : to allay the present fears of the country
no whom the public would at once regard as
l by keeping in ofllco\ the who
social or I'olitlmlllllvantal;('!! to attract the real President, with Arthur acting as: ill men are --.\'. T1IK -
now the important administration places!
the immigrant. Nor ]has there been dummy figurehead.\
f J merely an absence! of these The disadvantages Our correspondent's fears seem to us causeless and. avoiding everything which would tendto
that would have been encountered there renewed political turmoil, and, above all,
k : therefore. Of course it is possible that
until u very recent time by the thriftabo] Mr. Arthur as: President would give great any l'ourbC'hich would compel him to callCOlIgfl's
ry rer from a foreign land have been so ; together before-its: regular time of
positiveand heed to Mr.: COllklin :i advice Hilt what of
conspicuous' as to prove decidedly repel. that ? A President) must listen to many meeting in 1I1'l'I'lIIher-\/) / l lorIfcrnhl..

F lant. While the black night of slavery: rested people. Probably every President' has given -- VERY LOWEST PRICES.

upon it the South was: cursed with the more heed to the counsels of old friends nOUIXSON A ('<>..

o social and political evils of which slaverywas than to those of strangers ; but Just regardfor II Wholesale and Retail Dealers) in
the chief cause, and with an industrial\. his: own good fame and success! will prevent -
and commercial stagnation that was but the Mr. Arthur from becoming time creature Drug* .HtMlIcliH'M, Fancy <>(>o
natural] result of those evil When it or tool of Mr. Conkling or any other man. NOTIONS, PAINTS, OILS, .

emerged from the war slavery had disappeared The man nor in which alone he (111COIIIC C'llOlllii'Ul: 1.'c'rUllzt'rH. lUC.: << .
I but evils hardly depressing: were into the the that the
Presidency, knowledge
; '
horn of the reconstruction period, with all public doubts his capacity' the fact that lie No. 75 Hay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA.J TllH PUUL10 itt'OUDIALLY IX V IT KI) .TofttX\: AM INK: MY STOCK 0.

its extraordinary features and gross abuses, comes untried and has his name to make- t 1 lWe; !'cllut :Savmiihli.prices.' r. ,M -.. ,,< .* .. "t..... .} '. ;: '
and the f.l'riotl of political] turmoil that followed all these considerations: will move him to ;:1.r Scud for quotations', 12-5ply: .t ; > "
\\' Southern :states -- -- -- -- 'H.. '
were overrun keep near'him rather men with whom he ;
with political tramps and carpetbaggers has had no intimate relations than tutu to ST. MAIIVS Mull SC'IIOOI,
and reported Southern outrages were of whom in the view he
public would stand ST. MAItY'S. (;JKOIUHA.EXERCISES )\ .
almost daily occurrence in the confessed, relation of pupil] ht teacheror /
;. That this COllllition of thing/ with the industrial GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
: servant to master.!
:: : : : ( II'l'11 Ihi I SCHOOL::
stagnation, business I inactivity and To retain, for instance, the present Cabinet rI'lm he resumed the first Monday III
general that have long reigned in would be of Arthur's
poverty one shrewdest September ]Rs1'llOrnl1\ h ; of
the South, !should drive immigrants from its
strokes, because with these gentlemen he
BUY:; and OIULS for the best Colleges in
borders is but natural\ Bat now the mischievous has 111\11110 intimate relations, and it could Georgia: gllll 1'1111 teed J.POl' J. ,
causes: that have: heretofore been never be suspected t that he was ruled or controlled Circular
working against the best interests: of the by them or any of them, or that addressW.! '
Southern states have disappeared: or are fast but the 'natural relation! between a President : .10
disappearing The :South has experienced and his constitutional! advisers ob- Principal.Ci'roccrics .
birth and --- -
new has entered upon new life. tained. -- ------
A new industrial South is the '' ami I's Provision! !
; taking placeof Those who, like our correspondent' fear .. .
the oldp1)liticalSouth.] The coullt1'\1\I1I1 that Mr. Arthur will make himself\ the mere -- -- -- -" ---

its people' arc on the high road of industrial !shadow! or exponent' of what they would "xcaa 6I'UII'XU..
activity and business: prosperity.! The repellaiit call a "Conkling policy," seem to 'us to be iS and C'l! AXI>>LEltY.Im.LI.n .

social and political prejudices of the poor judges of human nature. It i is: natural E AKlllJ.S: : AND CONKiCTIONiUS: ; : ,
past arc hut disappearingand i even time solitl for u man drawn /tllleh'IIIfrom obscurity

South of yesterday (' to bo breakingup. : into great prominence to aim to prove his: I UOIth
In short, the South I Hlaily ('(IIltilig Into own capacity to till the new duties to which

closer harmony and sympathy with the he is called without the help or inspirationof (roC'rh'H; Cigars' mill TobuwoM,
North, and the two are fast becoming one. his former intimates, guides or acknowledged I-
Under these circumstances will immigrantscontinue superiors. We have little doubt thatit 'l'o'ANl) FANCY A11T1CLKS. : :; ON TIIK: LINK: OF\ TIn: HAILUOA1M] : AND '1'111lU'I.n: CANNOT

to shun the:-Sonthcrn: states in the was largely because: Mr.[ Tyler wanted to 1)01u'Cr1R'r1tA: CALL AND BUY, AS I GUAUANTKK 'ro SELL AS LOW AS

future not. Will they desirable have in the past? We think ,prove to the world 1 that he was as lit to he Weddings, Kntertainmcnt.s: and Picnics, TIIK SAME GOODS: : IN Tin: 1 HAMK: QUANTmi'S CAN UK UOUQHT IN JACK-
immigrants probablyseek President] as General; Harrison[ that he struck furnished at the shortest notice at rock-bot
and 4'md.in the new South the attractions out so curious a course fir himself. Mr. tom prices, at SONVILLK: Oil NKIGHUOUING; CITY. I 11.\VI'! KVKIIYTIIING: IN STOCK

and advantages that were wanting in Hayes, like Mr. Tyh-r, the beneficiary UIIucc.l'nt ANGKL'S: :: IL\K EllY.: THAT ANY ONK: I: CAN-IKASONAHLY! : WANT
; the old South ? We think will. There ill
they though a different way, had the <'entre Street t .
aro in the South no natural barriers to shut same desire, and, according to the belief of '-'::1 Opp. old Hlliltlill .

out iJllml rntiol1. Neither Its climate nor his earlier friends, took great pains to get l.0 .
physical geography: nor soil. nor any lack of rid of these intimates of his obscure days - --- ------ -- ---- -- -

natural resources: is unfavorable to immigration. when he entered the White House, because I

The question of immigration: or no lie. feared that if he countenanced them it :
immigration turns on economic and social would be supposed that it was lint IIf who GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.

r considerations. The main point \flth the I was ruling but they, standing! behind him. .
average Immigrant will he whether he can : Indeed, it is said that he owned to a friend *:',(:: '

there find prolitable employment and u comfortable that this had been his course and wish! and "1I't-

home. hut his great aim hud] been to' either send .. ;", .

In the consideration of this subject the out of the country alienate from himself This Hpaco!! r'I fur.A. ... ,
colored ]labor] of the South is not to be overlooked. his former intimates, in order that the country ;

] The blacks now number about six I should not supjtoso{ that he was inspired u. XOYIM.ro : TOBACCO AND CIGARS.'
millions there, and will continue to or guided or influenced by their counsels. -
ply rapidly. They are native to the mUlti'j "'0 do nut mean to say that .Mr. Arthur
unil used: to its system!! labor. Hut ] a-s President: would be COIIHt'il)!>h"IIIIJVctlly <'; <>i>r ami Ship <:handler,

of prolitable employment] of the blacks will so low an ambition as this. We believe ]him

always: bo limited and never equal] to the to have genuine ability and I initiation of Ids' ....:H AIIIS'I'IA.

coming requirements the South. Negroes own. Hut [it must bu evident to him it certainly !
may do tlme'% ork in cotton rice and tobacco Is to everybody] eNe, that lie is totally A Full Stock of FURNITURE

fields and sugar [plantations] ; but the industries mined, and that he has ,still to win for 'himself
of the South lire destined] to grow IIImagnitUIlc' a rank among tatC1lIll'n'ell of mimotic.rate ,

and multiply in variety The abilities. To be utterly| led or controlled

South i is now buying agricultural products L y Mr. Conkling, therefore or hy any one INCLUDING-' _
which it might better, and doubtless will in else of the {prominent and conspicuously

time, raise itself The production of wool able\ men with whom he has heretofore act .- -- .

and the rearing of cattle can be extensively ('d, would be to airs thisopportunitv\ of dis- ii. I.illrl: "flliiu: : Chamber Suits Tables Chairs \
carried on with advantage. The South can playing to the country and the world 'his f\
be niadoa wiue-prlxlucing country and an own ability to rule to frame '
u policy arid lmXt'X.1'I.OHl'JA: ,
extensive producer of tropical fruits. Its onduct the administration of the country's 1 Bureaus, Rockers, 'Vh t 1ots 't SI

valuable w\ltl.. and useful"' minerals qresub- affairs. It is not supjiasablethathe.ayoufig. UK\LIK: IN .

y l-tmtialsnur\'C'S of wealth. Its mannfactur- energetic and ambitious man, will make the Lounge Bedsteads Mattresses
lug resources:: ure beyond uestion. The under fatal ,
c1 progress ho to his own reputation. 1'Iusc I'uinILy f'aroccrlew; ,
which it has made in recent years in Hut another consideration of equal ini|>or- .

the manufacture of cotton has already] at- tame will we believe, restrain him from n \>i' 4 t
traded the attention of the world, and such
mew course as our ('orrl'limlt'llttiNa[
r mill are going up every dav. lUadvant- course, namely, calculated to create needlessoliteal l'ttOYI'l1txt: I ;-;. .tSl'I'111: MOST: .ACmMMOItATIM( F.MPLOYKS: IN TIIK: CITY.

' ages for manufacturing its own chief staple > turmoil und confusion: injurious to i ;

are so great that it can be but a question of the country's advance in proi>erity. If hetcoines .-- -; '
time when the !South shall become a great ( Pnid-nt he will be in the strongerftKcnsfanaccidtntall'xKiitivr. t

centre of the cotton industry.] : Capital ul- : lr.III\\"l'j I'I (:U-f''llt'h4'1I1I rely '" rtttiuh" ''HOICKGOOD" :
np !
ready begins t.. tlow .
liberally in that direc- came In with this ..1i"uLilitawl he neverceasrtl -, "
tlo'll. and with the agricultural anti industrial tob'Consciousof It.* He knew; that ; 1crcxET ,
development[ of which the country is his title did) not rest: on the decUiou of (he t.'f $
capable mu&t come new demands for white the .IU! < > '
people at p n ; that the majorit) had J' : \-.1\1 ; :,:
labor and new opportunities for the industrious not choM-n bun, but that he filtered the .
ltlr'i/'lll/ riMtoT-uiuNi ; '
; :
thrifty Immigrant. 'i'
We do not esict White lion** a* the fruit (It" (mu'Promise '" '**R <' ; +
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to m-e' any considerable title of imiui- in which juslid and the i opuur! will\ were .., i.If.. '. \\i't, ;,_ I *,** : -.''<-tIofl': '':" .
rraUuu set in suddenly toward the Smth. but aside in the interest of IHIUV, md) through I '' ', Second : l
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f'' sUll'1Mf.' COUXTr. vinery Truck farming has !been extensively (a:\iiMi: mitixrroitY.United : I I- ItARER: COUNTY Assessor of Taxa-Thomas Harco, Cotton

Watermelons -- .T"lgt'-H.. D. Davis Sanderson./ Plant.:
engaged in in this vicinity. sum/ ,
To the Kditor of the Mirror : slate* OHlccrN. Clerk-V. .J. Pons, Sanderson. Collector of Ret'cnllc-I.'rcdcrlck N. Fov,
raised in their season in great quantities.
LIVE OAK, FI.A., September G, 1881 arc !! t\NI OFFICE GAINESVILLE. Khcriff- \ C. Herndon, Sanderson.AttetsurnfTtuief Ocala

The Suwancc river I is unusually low nt Peaches and the LcContc pear succeed RrfIPlller-J.. A. flames, Gaincsille.Jlecelfcr -George I'. Cunova, San Fort Superintendent of Selools-H. C. Martin,

t this time. this is the well. CIIARI.E.S MIMM". -John J.'. Rollins. Gainesville.! derson. McCoy.
: Generally rainy season! MONROE COCNTY.County .
Malachi Collector of Rt'I'cnuc-JUchard Kennedy,
Martin Tallaliassoe. \ -
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J 1Tli but there has not been such a drouth since .1 A'jir IMHAX () UTJl1U:.U Darbyvillc.ftiiperlntcndent. Judge-Clias. S. Baron, Key "'(.!>>t.Clcrkl'cte'r .

: 180., when the ponds and many of the lakes 1>I
went the slreuins low and for scv OliiMee., Sheri/ George; Dcmerritt J Key West.Assnwr t.
dry, ran ,
Judgr Thomas Settle t Jacksonville.Marshal J .
i ; 1II WHITE ; liltDFORI ttUNTY. of TaxesVulter C. Baloney, Jr.
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crab after fine pasture was aflbrdci -.1. II. Durkee/ Jacksonville.Clerk J # '
;f nndclcc years San Francisco/ dispatches/ of (the 3d bust binds Jndac-3. It. Richard, I'rovlttclIC.Glt'rkHiry I Key A\ cst.Collector.
'-Philip Walter Jacksonville.!
.( where the people were wont to catch fish\ of Jievcnuc-Wultcr C.
/ I announced the nin"acre of General Carr / F. York Lake Hutlcr.Mcriff Maloney,
'I Hon' : from these waters. To show how dry it is with his entire command of 110 men nnd INTUJXU; : ItKVKXUK.: : )-\V. W. Tumblin Starke. Jr., Key Wrest

and has been, the Sntvnnee river, at Blount'i Collator Dennis i: Eugnn, Jacksonville.COU.ECTOHS : Assessor of 1'tt.l"e8-\ C. Wuinwri ht, Lake Superintendent of Sdwvls-.J. V. Harris, Key
Ii 111nr 7 officers by the White MountainJla'hes, We t.
its exit out of that OF I CCa+TO119.: Hutlcr.
miles from
Ferry, twenty miles from Fort Apache NASSAU COUXTY.
dust'tkal' thirty-five Collector of J//'ellllc-nunherr/ Hayncs: ,
John W. Howl l rVrnandina.Edward .
reservoir of lakes ponds and streams the ,
; Col. Subsequent dispatches, however, partially : Hopkins Jacksonville.! Santa Fe.Sujierltitendeitl. C'udyJUdgc-Minton J. Baker, Fernandina. a:

telex l Okefenokee swamp, has only depth of six contradicted. the report. The following John I F. House, :'t". Augustine. of Schools-I,. H. Rhodes, .

I stng..1. inches. This part of the Stale, and the lower official report in regard to the nflalr was .1. M. Currie, Cedar' : Key Starke. ClrrJ.-J. A. Edwards Cone Fernnndina.Assessor Fernandinu..
IIKKVARI COUNTY.County : SIcriff-l'l'll.r ,
\ hut part of Georgia, has n fine forest of yellow received at military headquarters in San Judge-Jaiyes: \; A. McCrory, City of Taxes-Win. II. Garland/ Fer-
tio pine. The land is ordinarily good for farming Francisco : State OnlC't'rH. Point. 1I31111111a.i .

steps producing corn, rice, !sugar-cane, sweet FORT APACHE:, September 2-8:30: n. III. EXECUTIVE: : DEPARTMENT.Gurcrnor ; Ulcrk-\. Stewart, Titusyille.Asuettur i Collector of 1'ellle'urn'lI P. Scott. Fer-
\ and 1 island cotton. The boundary Jlurracks Arizma of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses!'! Geor- iiandina.Superintendent: .
t ii' potatoes sea To AdjutantGeneralVhipplc\ I -Win. I H. Bloxham Tnllahn" :<('. : ,
pc of Schools W. :1. )(Iaholle '
Goeenror-Livingst gianna. } .
line between Georgia and Florida Wn.'ifor tPursuant* ton W. Bethel -
t l, die in until it to orders from the commanding el, )\( West.Secretary ()'ollt'rlf !CI'r/ll/f-P.. M. Platt, Lake Jcs- Cullahan.
Is ttit.1 many years dispute, was general, dated August 80th, to nrresttile! Indian of Mate-John L. Crawford, Tal sup Orange County. on.\\UE l'OU\T\
(! the 1 I by Colonel Whitncr, of Marlon county (lnct Nakny Delklinne as !soon! as lahassee.Comptroller! Superintendent of Sclwol.-A. Grady: ( Lao County Judge-R. 1,. Summerlin, Orlando.

it.1 r tIf" and Captain 1*. lloustoun:. of Leon coun- practicable, and a formal request from the -"'. n. Harncs!'!, Tallahassee.Treasurer \ rllng('. Clerk-J. 1'. lIugh('}'. Orlando.

; t ty, on behalf of Florida, which !survey was< agent dated the 14th to arrest!< or kill him, -Henry .\. L'Englc! Tallahassee. ('1.\\ ('ol'NTY.: 'ltrritT-ThotllJ: W. Shine, Fort Reid.

nmi accepted by the two states. Hut, however or both, I first hoped] to arrest him when he .tftonley-h .,,'-George: 1'. Itlll1l')', Talla County( Judije.-3. T. Copeland, Orange: Awnsor of Taxes-Jmnes: M. Owens, Fort
i 'vhif' came to hold his dances/ and incantation?, hassee.OitniHitsioner. Park Reid Fla.Colleclor.
fro well satisfied the authorities may be, those but he did not keep his appointments. I of 1.awls Hugh .t. ('orlc.,'. Clcrk-O. A. Huddington, Green Cove of R'I'CII1lC-'Xtt. Poyntz, Orlando.

who live on the boundary line are not. They sent an Indian !scout with a message that I Tallahassee.Hiiieriiilenileiit!rings.!'! Suprrinlcilleltif Schools-John T. Hecks.

E an( remind me very much of the characters who wanted to see him. On Sunday, August of! 1'/I1d 1 c JII..t"IICtioll-I':. K. Sltcri.O'-JlulIlhC "'. DeWitt, Green Cove Fort Reid.
ti I fin 28th, I received nn evasive answer from him Foster, Tallahassee." Springs.AsucfMr:l. 1TTXAM: COUNTY.Judijr .
'[ 11(1 II : could not be located, as: represented by po nnd next day marched with troops, I 1) nndF / : .Adjutant-General Yongr, Tallahassee of Tare*-Win.
litical !stump speakers in ante-bellum times : Sixth Cavalry nnd Company A. with 1IUUE\U OF IMMKilUTION.Commisniiincr Collector of Ileecnue-\Vnt. S. Plummer, l.'lcrk-1V.1': Forward Palatka.

They were in and were out, scouts the command/ numbering six officers\ -.\. A. Robinson, Tallahas Maxvillo.Superintendent. Sheriff-Thomas Shully.
; 'tloFl Leaving the people still i in doubt and seventyninesoldiers and twentythreeIndian see. of Schools-M. F. Geiger, .\1..llr;. 'JrTimmollS.: .
Whether the snake that made the trackIs scouts. I readied his village; on the Ulerk-U. C. Long, Tallahassee.Sitefial Mi.ldlcburg. Collector of JCI'C/lIlC-.J 1'rice. j ,

I m going farther, or coming back. :80th, aid arrested the Medicine Man. I to professed .J r/e/l 1"-Samuel Fairbanks. Astor roLf.Mi 1 couxrv.Cnuntg Superintendent of! Public Schools- J. W.Strickland. .
:_- entire willingness to come with me, Huilding( Jacksonville ; I). S. Place, Waldo. I
'J.wlii Sometimes they arc in Oeorgia and some Judge"". M. Ives Jr. Lake
I and said he would not try to escape! ) and! City.
}\ limes in Florida, and sometimes in neither there would be no attempt nt rescue ; but SCl'KEME: COUJIT. Clerk-John Vin/ant: Jr., Lake City. COUNTY.
: l state. as we were making for camp, our own (,'hiefllustice'-l.. M. IlandaU, Jacksonville. Sheriff-J. W. Perry, Lake City.Afnemmr (CUII/lt"JILIIlC-\ II. Parker, Perry.
: 1%: r jI and many other Indians({ opened fire upon -I ssocrute.fu.ticcJ.Vcstcott, jr., Tallahas of 7il.l'ell-I. W. W\'crsLnkc City. Sheriff{ Thomas Osteen, Perry.
I As one travels: down the Suwancc, he will us, and kfllcd Captain Hcrting[ first/ and ran see. Collector of Tafcs-3. L. Parish, Lake City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.

,,1.ii..r. meet with some very excellent farms on off with the animals already turned out to 1Jci'ltC1t.ticeIt. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of Schools-JuliusPotsdamer I i Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin

I "+'')'ily.t. both hides of the river. Mr. E. Brown and ,graze The Medicine Man was killed as !soon! Jacksonville.! Lake City Perry. k.
., '\ commenced tiring wedrovcthcm Clerk-(C. H. Foster! Tallahassee. DC\'AI, COUNTY. County; ( Treasurer). S. Sutton, Perry.
they .
the Peoples on the east ,side, and Mr. Bar-
County StlrI'c.'lor-H. N. Cox .
it .t uI' off after n severe light, in which we lust CIKCVIT: JUDGES.! County' Judge-William A. McLean, Jack Perry.Collector
licit Cone, Mr. Goodbread Charles Cone of -
shot in the hackby
Captain Herlig. who was sonville.
f' Clicitit-Augustus! E. Maxwell, Pen
I 1"t It Mr. liroward and many others on the west our Indian scouts as lie turned to get hisgiui i. sacola.: Clerk-Thomas 1.. Huckninn, Jacksonville.S7crifUriah oj' TIIJ"CsH.. Peacock, Perry.ST. .

.t 1. t Hide, have fine farms and are making good \ : four privates were killed, and/ one !sergeant Second Circuit; -David :Walker, Tallahas { Howden, .J1\1'k.ol1Vl1Ie. JOh N'S[, COUXTY.County .

1. c.. crops. Mr. John V. Brown, on the cast side, and three privates wounded--two mor see. .."I.wessor of T.rrs-A..1. Prevatt Jackson Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. Augus.
tally. After burying the (l'all1 returned/ Third! Ci/"cllil-K. Vann Madison ville.Collector. tine.

at is u thrifty farmer. rapidly as practicable, arriving on the 31st. Youth Circuit-Juiucs :\[. Baker Jacksonville. of JCI'/1l/lc-)1oc; J. Brown Clerk-Hartolo F. Oliveros" St. Augustine.
The country: skirting the Okcfcnokee I is Sonic' of the Indians I had t prcccdcdaml killed I Jacksonville.Sttjierinlcndfut! Stcriff-Hlllllon Hernandez, St. Augustine

\. famed for tho excellent wild honey found eight men on the road to Thomas. Next Fifth Ci'clu't-.1allll's H. ])tlwkin Gaines- of S<'hoots Albert .1. Russell .1ssroorof Taxes-David L. Dunham St.
morning t they made demonstrations against Jacksonville.
a there in villo..SiV. Augustine;
largo quantities.! yield from this post and;t attacked it in the afternoon, /t Cirruit-H. 1,. Mitchell Tampa.ftetenth HAMILTON CorNTY. Collector of Itcten ue-Joseph: F. Llambias!'!,
t domestic! blls! quite large, and forms one but were repulsed. Our total ]loss is : Killed, Circuit-W. Archer Cooke, San fordi'ourl St. Augustine.Superintendent! .

i of the staple products of this section., This! Captain C. llertig Sixth Cavalry ; seven County .1Ilrl/t'-H'ltry. Culdwell J. Stewart, Jasper.ClerkJ. of Schools-C. F. I'crpa 11,
privates! of troop I H., Sixth GII'nlran,1 one :St.
: AU lIstinc.
has been a propitious for gathering
year : Sheriff: James M. Duncan, Jasper.!
of E.: Sixth
: private troop Cavalry ; two privates Calondiir.KIIM .
f lioney. Contiguous': to the swamp the trees of Company I H., Twelfth IlIthnlr'ouIIIItFirst \'. .Lea,'..xor of 7i1.Tes-.1. ]to Hunter Aneruni.Collector H'lnr.n; COUNTY.nutylulgeIienryS.Casshly. \. .

are scrubby and sparsely set, but further Lieutenant C. G. Gordon, Full/ TermSanta :! flKCTlT. of llet'/IIIIe-W. 11. H. McLeod, (', Leesbnrg,
Clerk Thomas
'olumbia' hey, Lcesburg.Sheriff .
.' away the timber improves"" The !loill is! very Sixth Cavalry, in leg ; one sergeant of troop Rosa. M t Monday in October.Walton County. ]i. Roberts J. S. Dyches, Ixesburir.Assennr .
E.: and of 1) and
one private forty-
/ troop
t kt poor, but, being low and flat, the grasses! arc 4th Monday in October. Ancrum. of Taxes-U.( P. Wall. Webster.Collector .
live horses and I ten mules killed, wounded
Holmes] after 4th [ !
Wednesday! Mond.iy;
fine and boil good for cattle. Tho of W. Ryehes,
range nnd l1Ii !'illg. command/ behaved: with in October.Washington. ItHKNANDO< COUNTY.County .

settlements are few, and/ the traveler may the utmost. coolness! !! and !gallantry: and encountered :2d Monday after Jth Monday '"dgc-"". T.. Frierson, Hrooksville. Lcoburg.Superintendent of School*-.\. C. Clarke,
1 ride for miles without meeting n habitation. the danger: hardship and fatigue in October. I 8\/1 II t'n'iI1e. .
,. with the greatest dIC'rrl/llIl's Jackson, Mouday after all, Monday in Cleft-J. C. Law Hrooksville.Sheriff .
Thirty or forty there were large ,
years ago In spite of the sudden and most traitorous/ October.Escnmhia.. J. H. Mickler, Hrooksville.Awm SUWANEK COUNTY. '

herds( of cattle here but the owners, the la.nlers .- nature of the attack in the midst of the bt Mond.iy in ]December. or of. Ta.rcs-Frank E.Saxon, Hrooks- County Judge-M. M. Blackburn: Live

the Ilendrys!, Sparkman, Jacob Sum- camp, the officers nnd. soldiers sprang to Thillet! amended section 2 of net of 1-Yb- ville. Oak.

r merlin, Yates, )lIzdllll1l1 Mosc Harbour, the their arms /and theft.cii the plan of massacre ruury 10, 1879, und doc.lot change the Collector of R.t'cltllfI'1.. Townsend Clerk-Robert A. Reid: Live Oak.
; and subsequently! held their" post, and Spring'1'errn. Brooks'lIIe.Sljll'rillelllt'"lof. Sheriff(( -John R. Sessions. Live Oak.
handsomest man in a dozen COUntlcs rdrove are ready for further :service. T1II1" Atseivtor oj'Ta.re.If-\
C1UCUIT. Sd'lluls-l). II. Thrasher, Sessions! : Wcl-
i their cattle to the more extensive ranges of We require fifty-nine horses! ami ten pack Fort Dade. born.

the southern of the State when tho Indians nulen. 'j he officers here /are :Major Cochran, &jinti TermTuvlor Collector of Itevenuc-Robert ]... Allison
1 )part ,Twelfth Infantry ; Captain if. :McGowen 1st Tuesday" after l.t Monday in 11I.L/ !<''IIOIOCGJ: [ COUNTY.County Live Oak ,

were moved to tho Indian Territory, 1) Twelfth April. Jndf/e-H. L. Crane Tampa.
commanding! Company Infantry; Superintendent of Sclwol.-.J.. 0. Jones
.1..1. f' 11 1"'M.1. tl .l.ii.ntr.nmit. .. (1 I, !Kivlli: I'HV.airy Madison, Monday in April. CU-rk-Wni. C. Brown, Tampa.Xhiviff ,
f. lull' O11'ypastures. it w 'II L 1Cr(3 IIOtV ra111oC I'\'''U First .. .. .. Cordon, .... -- Live Oak.
I Post A. M. Stanton Hamilton, ith Monday! in April. -l). Isaac! Craft, Tampa.
Y1vt This country is! well adapted to ; !! Quartermaster voursi COUNTY.
:Suwunec/ 1st Monday at'tl'rIth Monday slssetsftr 'Jutes-S. E.:
commandin.: .; Troop., who moved forward of Sparkman, Tampa.
the raising of A few miles south the County Judge James Chandler
sheep. in Enter
with the skirmishers und most handsomely April. (lllcrlorf fC'I'/'lIlte-'V F. Huns!', Tampa.Superintendent ,
country is high and rolling In the rainy l'1C'1lr'ltho\ savages!! nut of n bushy bottom Columbia, 3d )10ndaftl'r 4th Monday of Schools-"'.P. HendersonTampa. I prise.Clerk-John.

season they do well on the high lands': nod close to the rampV] ; lI.l\'nter. regimental in April.I.aray'ttl'. A. Dickins Enterprise.
( Cone
Sixth (it th Tuesday after 4th Monday JErnm..() Enterprise.
in the winter and spring the (Kit woods supply quartermaster Cavalry, adjutant nnd in April.Fall Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter

I :" tho necessary food. Fifteen or twentynarks eunrtnanling'I'rsp I 1) after Captain 1lertig'sdeath }Term- Countii .!IIIIII'-.J. H. Christie! Monticcllo.Sherifr prise. ,I.
; ; Second Lieutenant Thomas Crane 1st after 1st in -T. 1\\. Simkina, Monticcllo. Collector of 'Veltue-Johll H. Jordan De-
Tuesday Monday\ ,
south of the is Ocean ,
:I swamp pond, commandingCompany A. Indian scoutsand
IF' .' October.Madison. Clerk-W. C. Bird Monticcllo.Superintendent Land.
I :'ItI from which the Ocean pond, or Olustee battle of Howard's ('command( Troop D, Sixth I Cavalry of Schoolsr.. I t. Taylor, Superintendent of SI'ILJI.A.
;'!;. .1 Assistant 2d Monday: in October. Cranshaw\ ,
'. takes its 111111I('. ; ; Surgeon George McCreary, Hamilton, 4th Monday in October.Suwannee I Monticello.Ci'ttnti t Enterprise. .
U. H. A. who besides
'r skilfully performing
( Teusurer-W. :\1. Girardeau Mon
J ;' Traveling down tho Suwanee one continues professional dutiH, used n rarbincoHcclunlly. 1st Monday after 4th Monday ticcllu.blleclor. 'II WAKUI.LA COUNTY.COIdI .

to meet with good farms, well tilled ; My young son, Clark M. Carr accompanied in Ol'tohl'r.l'oillmbia. ( uf J:1'1.t'/IIIl"-JII.t'ph! Palmer, Mon Jlltl/f-W. A. Cites Crawforltvi1lc.
3d, :Monday after 4th Monday .Sherijj-W.{ 11. Walker
tho negroes!! become ,greater number and tho expedition, and deserves! to have his ticello. Cruwfunivilll'
October.Iifayette. Cft'rk-Nat.
mentioned in the IL Walker, Cruwfordville.
name dispatches.! There
the plantations larger. The colored people are forty-five civilians here who are ussi-i-! fith Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor/ of 7il.res-J. P. Grantham, Wautceenah. Superintendent Schools-W. T. Duval

are evenly dispersed! through the white settlements fug in the defence of the post, and I am ra- October.. Crn w ford ville.

I and make 'good citizen Near theup'r tioning such as 1 required it. I arrived with OUBTI1 CIRCUIT \FAYETTC C-OUSTY. County Treasurer'\". "'. Walker, Craw-
(risoners.two of whom belonged to the f>j>riiif 7'a1ll- ('uuutllllulgc--\V.J.'Dixon, New Troy. lord vi lie.
t tP \ spring, on the Columbia side, are the Ninth Cavalry ; they fought! bravely, and I $t. John's 2d Tuesday in March. .sltertjf-Thol1las{( Walker, New Troy. Collector of RevenueV.. H. Walker, Craw.
P farms': of the Turners. Tho Rowland's Bluff shall\ recommend/ that their offencebe par: Clay, 4th Tuesday!\ in March. Clerk-Ilowell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.

Ya, Railroad: will cross! tho river at Hlount's doned. Hnfdford. 1st Tuesday in April: Superintendent, &/lOols-J J.C.Ramsey, New Aifenor of Taxes-C. R. Reynold Craw

Ferry, I received no dispatches: from you later Baker, 3lI'I'uesday in 'Troy.Couirfy. fordville. .
than August llth, till after my return, then Nassau, : Tuesday I in April.1)uval,1st'P11esday Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
Joiii'4 further south, we pass! into Suwance' camethosoof the 15th, which are the latest! } : in May. 'Troy. G. .'. A VERY,

county., Hero are the lower Suwanec now nt lurhd. I am confident that the Indians Fall Tt'rtll- Cvllectw of Rei'eme-Newton Sapp, New

springs, which have the same medicinal have been preparing fur this outbreak St. Johns Tuetnlay in September. 'Troy.

properties us the upper. Here, also, is: the for six months.( (Cooley' who is here, saysso Clay, 4th Tuesday in September.Hradford : sl'Wrif Taxes-.\. S. Acklcy, New Troy.
; also Phipp. whose employe"Cullcn, was 1st Tuesday: in October. UIIl' TY.
tine plantation of the estate of Thomas killed. There have been only a few Indian Baker, Tuesday:! in October. L IVERY AND HOARDING STAHLES.;
Carat Judge-Win. 1'. Byrd Tallahassee.Sheriff .
U\1 There around in October. ,
ter. the Nassau.
nro large Iinforl'bts pea to-day. Tuesday -.\. Moseley Tallahassee CARRIAGES
in this county: and large turpentine (Sigurd i ) ( '.tilt ('ollllllan"in;.:. Iuval,1st Tuesday I in November. Clerk<:. A. Bryan ,Tallahassee. To and from AND Steamers WAGONS und
While lamenting the death Trains.
farms, prominent among which are the distilleries by treacheryof FIFTH rinct'iT.Suinter ..SuperiutenkatofroilsI Henry f.Fclkel, CONTRACTS FOR "'- j
ClIl'tnllH'rtig and -the /men who fell Tallahassee.Toosurer HAULING, ETC:
F.t of Mr. Huir at Padlock, Henry with him I am rejoiced to that the Spring 7'rlll-
: 'Al Monday in March. -*J. Demillv.) Tallahassee.Collector :
/ Wood, at Live Oak, and George C. Rixford, massacre of Carr's' command i is not true. Marion, 1th Monday March. of Rn'I'/Ule-O.- C. Pearce, Tnlla- HORSES: BUGGIES, HARNESS
at Ulxford. The Rowland's Bluff Railroad (Signed!) McDowELL, hassee. CARTS
Putnam 3&I'Puesdayafter 4thMondayin! t ; AND) WAGONS_
will open) up large tracts of pine forest Major-icncrnl. March .4sseasornf Tojreii. A. Croome! TalloliasilHJ. JSe-TERMS CASH]

which have never hud an axe in them. In The White Mountain Indian reservationis Levy, 4th Tuesday alter 4th Monday in prOtlice and Stable-First. Street near
I! located one hundred and !sixty miles north March.Alaehua. I EVY -OUXTY. Street WharL 49-tf
what U known us tho Suwance Bend, are as lilt Monday after 4th Monday in __: oL.
of Wilcox, near the line of New Mexico, the County Judije--" II. Sebring, Hronhon; _
tine farming lands as can be found in the March. Clerk-J. M. Hareo, Hr>Jiison. Stoves and Ti1 ; ;;:-----
tribe numbers about in 11'fhe\ '
) can: Fall TermSumler
( State. Hero Dr. Peacock and his son have Sheriff-J. K. Parker, Hronson.Assessor .
and muster 400 warriors. This is: the only tribe : 1st Monday in Octolier. of Taxes-I.ouis Appall, Hronson. \v. I-
I their plantations, grow large crops of STRKKTY
of Apaches which have not been whippedinto :\larioll,30.1 Monday in October. ColUet'tr of lln'aur-J. Ira Gore, Cedar ,
('Urnul.1 ilea 1 island cotton. Mr. Irvin has a Putnam. 3d Tuesday November.. Key.XiipcrliUendeitt. Second Street, opposite) the Post-Offlcr
good farm in this section Besides his cattle subjection They were moved into theSate I""vIth Tuesday' November.Alaehua of Schooli-J. H. Mtnden- ,

: he ha-sa large lock of sheep, which prove Carlos l'\8en'ntion,1't.'Calh'llantl returnedto 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Hronson. *' t-r rr..i-*'**==':<

quite remunerative Sheep, for the amountof their old hunting-grouuds! where they November. SEVENTH ftlKTIT. \MhOX COUNTY.Gmuty .

money invested, better than have been ever since Judge-R. M. Withcrspoon, Madison. -

pay any __ .__ Spring Tt'Tn- .
branch of husbandry in Florida. hooky and Stationery.no u Orange 4th Monday in January. Sherijf 8. M. Hankins. Madison. i r eta'PIf' i::

:From" this |part, which is one of the boot -- --- .-- ------.-- --- \ olusia, 3d Monday In in February.Hrevanl. March. Clerk-John M. Heggs, Madison I
1st Monday
and wealthiest in the county, it is twenty HACK- J) R I: "". Made, :31 I Monday in April. Superintendent. of Schoolt-V:. S. Tyncr,
miles to Live Oak, the road leading, through Full Term- <
Trt'a'urtr-S. R.
niity Smith Madison.
dense forests of Wholesale and lie-tall Orange, 2d Monday in August" ,
pine timber. As one approaches VoluMa. Monday in September.Hrevanl. Collector of l:4Tt'nue-I. II. Warring, Mad-
live Oak the lands become thin. icon
4th Monday St-ptemltt-r.
not Hat, but high and Anchor of Tr.ut'U.>. Watlsworth: Madson. .
1u1 ner; rolling. Live I Dade, :2tl! Monday November.. .
Oik is situated at the junction of the Jack. Ami 'nTSI, MANATEE COUNTY.

Bonville, Pensacola A Mobile nnd the Sa 59 WE: T 11.\\ STKKT, County Olllrerw.AUicnr County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee. ... s' :: r

vannah, Florida Western railroads It .* (ru'NTY.(7vuuly Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee

has a [population of about hOO, churches for J.CK801I.U:' FLORIDA.j2rr.Srliool Jn Atf** r of Taxes-S. J. Tyler, Hradentown
different denominations school-houses \ E STOVES
the :
I tkrJ-J. A. CarlWf, Gainesville..SAtriT Collector of Rn.t'lUle-larion G. Carlton, RANGERS: ,
n weekly_ newspaper| .The Bulletin, and u J'op.'l:5h.:
John W.Turner, Gainesville.; TIN AND ) '
number of mercantile houses, one hotel, at llookh tiStle.Npcciat11y'-&Z .iMfMur' of n.tt'-t lleorge W. Hawthdrue, Superintendent of &luJtI-FeB\ J. Seward, I HOOFING -JRON WARE, "

the depot, and several: boarding-houM.. Mr. llawthnrne.Mltit line Level. AND GUTTERING:

Hull who made. an improvement ou theM 2br < < 'of. J'eiiu.-ti.l'. Thomas, Gaines MARION COUNTY.' PUM1-3, DRIVEN: WELLS
: A Family Oarriusrc: III |n'rfivt' running or- vile County Jmljf Samuel F. Marshal, Ocala A Lrge ETC. '
.Earthy gin, Jm a ginning taL1i hruent. ler. "Soutsfour.- lias': I lx>cu but little used Su/"ri.I'I.Jc'Hl.. uf .(CAool-. N. Sht-aU, ('I'Tt-ltnltt'rt Balhw-k. Ocala a, ( IUIlI stock or Stoves tin Iaarut. Give nitall.
u1 Colonel. White'l bias a very large scuppernong pply to W. U. C. Drat ie. U.\lu\'I\-iI1l' Sheriff\. H. Crutvhtlvld, Ocala uglier, rutbe col1lpare sty Iri(.. s! with those of f
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ImUIT IN THE SO [Tilt. made out with cal('. Another lti I Legal; AdiertleiuenlN.XOTICI 25 to 50:: PELt DAY Heal r.Ntale.

It \Is surprising that our brethren In.the hug feature is I the red or dark (' -- .--- -
make the fangs of milk teeth, while the Tin: FLRIIt
\lo not eflortsto
!Southern States:) greater : : or IM-OKPOKATIOX. BE MADF. by using the
share of the prohts that attend portions of the permanent teeth EASILY
clear and pearly. The successive ratlVJ \ rOWN IMPROVEMENT: COMPANY.I'emaiidiiia .
These status ought to heL MKxTlY
fruit-crowing. ALL ; TIHWK: PRES::
land of fruits, for the soil ami l'IilllntnLro permanent teeth make their KNOW W. II.McUlnnis I
: That we, ( Yuleee, J. -
adapted to them, and the absence! of rigorous through the gums, in advanced I ; William UawsonV.: 1 II. C. Durvee .
in the winter would about t the following, dates!'! : The llr ,
weather exempt Calvin U. 1 Dibble.) I[
Thomas Kydd! Henry'K. : CTOR.:1.1. ,
the hazards that attend fruit one year ; t lie second pair at one \'
them from I :. Dotterer, and! G. Stark, all I of the :Stateof
in the Northern state And yet half: I the third pair at t two years I It. 1C. Line
raising Florida, under and 1 in accordance: with theprovisions Towns" on ,
there is not half as much fruit raised in months; I the fourth and last: pair: I
of act of the :St.ite of Florida,
Mississippi as in Missouri, and not a thirdas years It will be observed I that hd I entitled ".\11 act an to Provide for t the Creation .\ITHat: AXI itocit-' And C'edar ICey.Offers .
much \In all the Southern states together appearance of the first two pairs :
of and! to Prc.ciihe: (their I (Jencm -
as in New York and New Jersey. The severe I interval of six months. while! alter Corporations! Powers and Liabilities," :lpPI'on'll11. HOnING ;,11.v<:HIMitv.: -

weather of Inst winter killed nearly all pair comes' up nine months after gust Nth t 1WW::, 1I11.111n act of t the I Legislature I
the fruit above the line of the Ohio rln'r. cessors. For backward grades,
mit'saul l'lIlitlr.1n net to I l'pl'ailln
breeds the i State, to Lessees and Purchasers a largo
unimproved eruption (
There were few cherries! and berries and
Provide for the Creation
six months later for of act Cl1litlt,111I1al't to We it, number of the most eligible and desirable
there are no peaches and I plums except what ('arllpnir I of Corporations and to Prescribe: t Ihl' rh'l'rnl ill any part of the coulltr) mean
from California even with t them the mouth is full Lots, suitable for Business: Purposes, or for
are brought and the :South. ( Powers and Liabilities, and I to Recreate and\ I are prepared I to demonstrate the fact.
The few baskets of peaches tliat reach St. years and six months.-AYw }'ork/ ( City i or Suburban Residences,
\ ami Amend I the Sections I Repealed by They are operated by either Man, I Horse or
Louis from the South and retail at; $1.50 to said lid" March I lib 1 .ill!), dohereby
$1.75 n peck, only show what the :Southern approved Steam: l'o'l'rIHI bore very rapid. They UPON EASY TERMS.[
associate! ourselves together; I m as a corporate
7/0)1' TIIla. JiltY VRVIT
states: can do if they would set about it. \ body under t the name and! style of range: in size rrnl1'I'1I1 I ltl1': INCH: TO -UFEET

The demand for fruits in t the summer in the Il'fl XLI. THE I l: RKACH: ( I HOTEL) AN1 I II> ROAD: I COM : : I IN' i DIAMETER t : : and will bore to Liberal Discounts on Values allowed industrial to.
great cities is almost insatiable. It grows: W. H. West has started a fruit 1'\X y. The prilll'iplIl11111'1'\ of business:\ of parties engaged! in manufacturing or
and i is never satiMicd except III 'aimer Island :San enterprises, who will erect on the propNty (
every year .loaquin( ( said Company: shall be in the City of Fer- \
seasons when the local i is large. .\ contains but purchased substantial! improvementsfor
crop building now a !- / lIalH1i t tilt' :State: of Florida.
mat in
ANY iti:<< I in ,
orchard Tennessee Arkansas
thrifty : flier dryer factory\ sizeith a (' I 11 L That the business: of Mid (Company
or Texas bearing even half a crop of from 1 four to live tons i per day. shall be to build! and manage a hotel and business.INDUCEMENTS I .
choice fruit, would be worth ju i ..t now live places for three more' of I like !size, ii necessary accommodation\ on Amelia\ I Beach( I I) :: : : TO MANUFACTURERS -

!times the area planted. III cotton, for every in as the business, is (' I and! to obtain the right of m.iintaining\ and\ i They will boro :Micrrssfnlly! and! satiM'.icto- : by exemption for a tC1Iof several years from
peach in it could be sold III St. 1.oui'.at.! 5 they are needed. The dryer toll road connecting\ the beach taxation, otfcrcd by tile cities and
collecting on
Ml kinds of laith! Soft Sand and
to $7 a bushel. Of COllrlueh prices as seven feet square it holds sixty i ) with the'City FernandinaIII. rih' III towns. Apply at ,
these could not be obtained if the crop in I inches, with bottoms of cloth of 1. That:I the capital! stoik I of the Company I t.il\l'i; ttllll", Bituminous Stone Coal, Slate, ,jfffl-Oillce cor. Beach fc 7th sts., Fernandina.

Missouri and Illinois is pood ; but even then iron wire, :so'en meshes to the shall be ten I thousand\ dollars( divided! I Hard I (Pan (Gravel I I Lava, I Builders'! Serpentine P1-If-. .. .-.--.-.--....-----
the Southern crop could be put on t the :St.: which rests the fruit while )' into' shares of till I! hundred dollars each, and! Conglomerate l Rock, and guaranteed .
Louis market three weeks in advance I of the dryer is in the upper story of I the i with privilege\ stockholder'''' to subscribe TIII ri.ouioA
local and this would ill- ul'(, easy: sale and above the I heater. to m.ike t the \ l'rbe: :
crop directly : ill (A) omtc-eigimthm, ((1)!) one-fourth and! (i) one-
at fair prices. Teaches! are sometimes killed I lishment runs\ : two patent (' half :hal't'oI-ll'n per centum of all subscriptions Smuuu.!. They are ugh ht'l'lInllill, simple In AND IMMIGRATION[ COMPA'Y

i by scvtre frosts in the spring in the :South; as a capacity of two tons each per t of stock t.m bo paid when such .subscrip construction, easily operated, durable, amiacknowledged LASH

well as Missouri and Illinois ; but the I two i-I Pii c-i marets, eorcrs and sl lion are made, and\ the remainder: as maybe ) a.s I the best 1\I\111110-t: practical 0FFI1tSU4OO)4) '
fact that we are receiving a few baskets: of like capacity.From ordered i by the Board of I Directors) of said '
this fruit from that quarter shows I lie great the pitters or parrrs I Company.IV. Machine (extant.\ They arc endorsed by some Acre*'

advantage which it possesses: over this latitude placed on I the I trays t thence to I I That I the corporation! icreby)' created of the highest State Olllctals. \\\. contract

in exemption from the haz.irds of win thence to t the heat-room, then \ shall date its corporate existence tl'olllihe for prospecting' for Of tile most '
ter, and presses the importance: of turning below, where it remains and is \ cllor tiling I of I these article- of i incorporatio'n }
r, the advantage to account. The railroad connections over for live or six i days. It i is I as required! by the acts as aforesaid I ACCESSIBLE::; AND DESIRABLE: :

between the South amid the North for packing and i is pressed into I and shall continue: for t the term of lIil1'I\.1. .
are now so ,general: and accurate IIi!! to insure and fifty-pound boxes: for nine \'t'tirs. I COAL, GOLD, SILVER, COAL OIL, :. J.VNI* IN TutikTATi ;

Southern fruits against the delays, tho costs warm-room hasa capacity of 100 : ( \". That the business: : of the Company shall 1 I
and the risks that attend shipments: from the drying; i is perfected! with grcat-r I be conducted by Board (ml' live (.">) Iircut- AM I" At.r. KINDS: or Mix 1 : Kim: *. ': OF FLORIDA,

California, and if early vegetables may be in less heat than in t the dryer. ors, to elected by the I'Itol'khol.Il'I'S on the to new settlers with
profitably sent from the Southern to the room in this way greatly fll'r'n ':' first :\lolI.luof March in each: and every At only $1.25 per aero ,

Northern states in April and May, surely pacity of the dryer, and at no year, excepting t that t the fir.-t election shall Also for !sinking' A\'ll' il1'db: and! (CoalShafts' : I the privilege of selection in parcels of 40

fruit-growing in the :South; for Northern cost for fuel. lie held at such Unions t the undersigned!' corporators etc \\"e also furnMi Engines, Boilers acres or more. 'l'h'I"hluls are located on
markets: would he still more profitable.l III drying 'potatoes' the i of shall determine
or a majority Rams: llirsc.l'owcrs amid adjacent: to the \line of theATLANTIC'
There is ten times as: much fruit consumed: process: till'al'l' washed clean, upon. Said I Board of I Directors shall Wind-Mills:!, Hydraulic ,

in our cities now as there was tw'nt'eal'S trays and thrust into a steam-box. elect a President: and Secretary and such Brick Machines[ Mining I 'I'u"IoPort.:\, I

ago, and the consumption ot it is: constantly end of thil'tyfinllillllh:o\ timetire other subordinate officers as I the business i : of able Forges, Rock Drills) and! :Machinery of (1ULF! ANISTI'ST: INDIA
increasing with the ability of the people to and t the skins: stripped olf by I the Company\' require. kind TRANSIT CO.'H II. II.,
buy it. When the people ()the South learnto care is necessary that the potatoes VI. That'lhe highest amount of indebt- all

bestow a part of the care and attentionnow too much cooked, or they arc ness or liability to which said; corporation jJD. Good! active Agents! wanlcd( in every : extending from FERNANDINA: on the Atlantic

given to cotton on garden and orchard drying. After peeling they arc can at any (time subject itself shall be twcIII '. country in the world. KEY the Gulf coast
to CEDAU: on ,
t products cultivated for Northern markets, press with a tight-fitting plunger live hundred (:$2,5UO) dollars. AddressYESTEKX : ,
they will have*taken great step in the im forated bottom and pressed VII.[ That the said Company shall be thus: affording to the producer cheap, constant

provement of her hitherto neglected advantages. trays!, which move on tramway vested with all rights and privileges' which \ : : MACHINERY SUPPLY: DEPOT; and rapid transportation to the best

.-SI. Louis Republican. secure an equal distribution. the acts heretofore referred III can convey.VIII. markets..
--- -- -- -- -- ready, for the dryer, and after ( In witness whereof, we, the parties ;rill Walnut Street,
THE RAMIE AND ITS USES. hard! are placed in a grinder and aforesaid have hereunto set our hands and :SAINT:; LOUIS, MISSOURI[ U. H. A. Tho belt of country traversed by the Transit

pulverized. They can be cooked seals the 18th day of May, A. H. 1SSI.C. state R. R. embraces
Tho ramie, rameli, rhea, China grass or : in what Paper you saw this.
wild hemp-it is generally known by the minutes by a little boiling: water. WICKLIFFE-YULEE h : .
last named term in this country, where it is There arc over 2,000 dryers in .1. II. MtCiINNIS: ------------ E'EIIV'tItIBTY OF SOIL
indigenous: assuming much prospective on tho coast. They are made of W. S. RAWSON( ,
"sizes, according to what is! required W. B. C. Dl'RYEE:,
importance; mention has already been made to be founltln the State a largo,: proportion
Their cost is from $75 to $((500: and T. KY 1)1).
of it used in what is called
as producing
cosmos wool. It.belongs to the nettle of capacities to meet the wants of C. B. DIBBLE.H. :. being peculiarly adapted to the culture of

small growers.: The fruit dried K. DOTTF.RKR: : FuctTs and Early Vegetables
family, but is stingless.: Its stems: grow : ,
and in bunches tilled with and worth from 50( to 100) per cent. :2 11!) (1. STARK, : '
pith Timber
straight aunt T1m.e Large; Coinjtnct of
sun-dried fruit.-Stockton( /( .. ._ .,
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surrounded by IL librous man tlo cuvered by a make these lands worthy CAREFUL EXAMINATION
thick redskin the fibers themselves: are bound FOR SAM:

together by resinous substance. It is a LOUISVILLE.STOOKMi.N J> In.nLIJ01 I' CONTA1VINUlive by manufacturer of LUMDRUAND

perennial not annual, like flax and A rooms, with Closets. front Piazza, DAVID LANDHE1H & SONS, Philadelphia P% N\VAI. HTORKH.NEW. '
hemp ; ago increases strength and fertility, / : Rl' IItXtl TIICIH/ bflTI.IRrt/ 0'I large Yard, Orange, Lemon and Banana
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and it reliststlruuth and wet, though it is injured KF.T. Trees. Centrally located. lood title, etc. -- -- -- -- : 8ETTLEIW:

by frost except: the roots. In France LoUISVILLE; A IIg. ;)-The city t For further particularinquire at this iciuAiti
i ic attains a height of 2 to 21 metres, and flooded with stock, a number of office. 4-tf $1,000
in its Eastern home twice that. It can be bringing I in all I they can spare to I .. Purchasing hind from this company furnished .
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)propagated from either seeds or cuttings. unable to feed them except' at : My son, J. .T. DICK1SON, J a., was murdered with entire free ptusagt on tho Transit
The leaves when dried make the tough Chinese Several who were approached\ on Money Saved Is" :.Honey Itlado U by a mob III the town of Leesburg, Railroad for family\ ami personal effects

s.'. papca so well known, and the green at the stock yards, said! that even if : YOUR ENGINES: ; FROM Sumter County Florida, on time morning of
ones:: are good fodder for cattle. Kxcept that (posed of their stock at the sacrifice PURCHASE $UW) on a 10) Horse ; $'.!tJO( the 15th of July last. I will pay a rewardof to the station nearest the land purchased.
its luxuriant growth requires its: THOUSAND DOLL.MlS for TITLE COMPLETE: : being derived! 'by
manuring compelled to replace the same in Oil A :20) Horse, and $:150(1() on a :50 HorsePower ONE: : : the ,
cultivation is most simple ; hoeing and digging ; full prices, it; would he cheaper Eng 11t'. Send for our prices before purchasing arrest of the murderer: with!. proof to convict grant from the United States and purchase
are needed only the first year, for the what they had no actual use: for them.
: Engines; dins, l'rl'ol'il'Sw and from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE.
plant itself thereafter grows so luxui iantly as fall season. A number said that (;rist Mill.s. Threshers, or any kind of \Ia. J. J. DICKISON.August ) .
to smother all weeds. It is estimated to yielda
: compelled, if they kept' their usual!' chinery. Wo are Mauuf.ictiirers' Agents, 13. 2m! : : SOLICITED.Descriptive .
worth $200 ;.580 hectare. The
to $
crop per of head on hand, to come to the .
and] guarantee; satKfuctiun: in I ualituntl '--- --- ----------
4,000 or 5,000 kilos! of leaves are reckoned to *
.haul out corn to feed on. The
pay for cultivation! besides 1,500 to 2,200 kilos are gleaned from }persons living in No.price.13.i Meeting street, West; side near Till': SlliV I'Oll IHHl. )vis and CIUCULAUS mailed on
: of tiber from which 1,200 to 1,500' kilos application.
Shelby, Owen, Spencer, Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
of white Belgian hackled linen can bo spun other counties. Throughout the CIIAS. W. LEWIS: ,
April I), 1s$13muu.I'roIcsslaIsul:( : .
English and Belgian makers now buy ramie general thing, theme has been no Laud Commissioner.Ollice .
reads thoA' In time cdi-
from China at 35 cents a kilo, selling it after for nearly two ( m EVERYBODY :
consequence Beiu-h and Seventh Sts.Ifitf .
hackling bleaching and spilling at $1.40 to early corn is entirely destroyed, ", ) and IlimlnesM!' '' (' lrd"", : newspaper' throughout the ( cor.

$1.00. jl'lic tenacity of the fibre is to that of late( crop is Lit) badly damaged; \ that _____ __on ____. ___ year to come everybody will I (find! : .. ,
flax as R3: to 80. The Chinese make the coarsest rain the crop will not be more I. All tho world's news, so presented that - -- -

nets from it and fabrics resembling the finest i yield. In many of the sections WM. it. C. IHlltYI-a: the reader will get tho greatest amount of J. II. PllESCOTT.Style \

batiste.'The removal the glutinous substance I crops are not only I injured by, : information with the least unprofitable expenditure .
inclosing the fiber is the most ditli- drouth, hut small water courses i-: : : / of time and eyesight. 'I'iso.oi -

cult process but for that and the separation dried up, and the stock is .> long discovered I thcgoldellll1l'fln r>ctwccnredundant
from mechanical CKSTUK Sr., NKVH H. 1 R.: DFPOT, Fit,
the woody tissue means for want of water than lack of food. } fulncssand: unsatisfactory brevity. .
arc now employed with growing success. son from Oldham county to-night FERNANDINA: FLA.Hay I I. :Much: of that sort of news which depends .
Culture of the plant is progressing in Southern water in the section I have just: :-. less upon( its rccogn/.cd; Importance Comfort,
France and the highest expectations scarce that whole families have to I than upon its intercut to mankind. From

are entertained concerning it. In India in same water for washing purposes, Corn. Oats.! morning to morning: the .Vim prints a con- AM
1870, the Government recognized its value --- ------ -- ----
P. this is all they have to give their tinned story of the liven of men and women,
by offering a prize of !.' ,OOO for the bust machine drinking. J.')II N 'h'( U'FIN, and I of their deeds, plans loves, hates, troubles. Durability.
for preparing the tiber; only one ma varied
This ill and!
chine was offered and it proved imperfect, -- -- ----- ---- / 10 NT It A CT O R .\XI) B UI L UBI R.Alachua :. than story more romance that was moroInten'htlllg everdevised.

but the offer has been kept open How far I[)ATiXTS obtained for new III any

this curious plant is suited for cultivation or for : : I Ion Street, I between Second and Third I ,
this country does not yet appear, and it ('''. Caveats, Infringements: III. Good writing in every column, and
seems to have attracted, thus far, comparatively I and all patent business promptly FERNANDINA) ..\. freshness: originality I I accuracy and decorum .
little! attention from Americans. I to. INVENTIONS: THAT JL\\)0: : ; Orders in the treatment of every subject.
Xew York Tiinet. REJECTED: ; f may still, in most ': and estimates from a distance carefully IV. Honest comment. Tho .SWi habit is

.. - ented by us.! Being; opposite' the attended to. 25-tf to speak) out fearlessly! about men and things. I -
cut Ollice and \ > --- -.---,-.--, --.. \ candor, in .
TO TELL THE AGE OP SHEEl engaged;!: : in J .\TJ Equal dealing with each political Hating largely Increased ...,
NESS; ;: EXCLUSIVELY: ; we: can jwirty, and equal readiness: to commend .
The books on sheep }have seriously misled emits in less time than those who O. N. OAKIX,. what is praiscjvorthy or to rebuke stock or Foot-wear, In both line

any flock-masters sheep owner will on this tell you subject.that Almost after a from When Washington.Inventors send model (C:: CONTRACTOR}) BUILDER, Ca what is hlamablu, in l Democrat or Republi and medium ;grades, f am enabled "

year the sheep gets a pair of broad teeth we make search in t'-e' Patent m.vi.. Absolute Independence of partisan to place before IlIy'e"litoll'-!

yearly, ulllllf you show that his own threeyearold advise as to its }patentability! free MlXfKUTl'UIWMOri.DIXCS / organizations but unwavering loyalty to ,
ers" a very largo assortment! or
*' have four of broad teeth he
pairs Corresjiondenco conlill'lItialfl'l true Democratic principle.' *. The Semi bolicvcs .
can only claim that they arc exceptions and able; anti NO CJHAHfHUI.l: -::-;: 1 UH.\( iItS.\VJ'I1 I: :: AND that the government which the constitution Hoots", and Shoes 'made by the
protest that they do not exceed three TURNED: BALt'STLli.NEWELS.: I: ; : : !.
yearsifage. : IS
ENT OUTA1NED.We gives us is a good one to keep. Its -
Now these ca.s! are 'no exception; refer STAIR IttiVflI! ; ) ) B.TIot'HlIl' .\\''';>1- most competent and "skilled,
by pcTmi.-wion: \ to the notion of duty is: to resist to its! utmost:
for all well-bred sheep have a full mouth of master! and to the / : 1'i1lIi.\TIlIXH, jMiwer the efforts of men in the Republican workmen. These 'oods were
front teeth at three years oil}. Some old un l'o.st-Oflic WEATHERBOARDJN: I : i;t I snm
Money Order Division! party to set up another form of government
improved flocks mav still he found in which ington. ForsjK.fial references <{ .\S/J FlUIt.ING. ,in place of that which' exists.! The year 1HSI' i purchased! for CASH, and are

old the mouth but is not full until nearly four years vice, terms: etc., address I and tho years!! Immediately following will only exchanged, for lie Namecommodity.
fortunately these are now the ex- C. A. SNOW & probably decide the supremely( important
Stair and Church WorkA
ceptions. antI should! not be made the standard ; This,
2-tf Opp.Patent Office, contest. The SUit believes, thai the victory will be deemed

as they so constantly are. In Cotswolds, .. -------- --" SPECIALTY.DOOR.S : will he with the cople us!! against the rings a pleasure after
Leicester seeing
examining -
Lincoln} South-Downs, Ox ford. for the rings for plunder, ; ,
monopoly nut
Downs, Iliimpthire-Downs. and in the S I YI'S ) 1'A111.0 ft ESi'.t
advanced Merinos even AXD WINDOW FRAMES; time rings tor imi'crial iMiwer. ": and learning.. at ",Iudt'xCrt"IU..I"
and In the grades: of all Our terms' areas follows!! :
these, dentition 1:4 completed from half a Bi-twivn Centre jiml _\ OF ALL 8IZt::;. For tho Daily "JUl', u four-juge sheet.oftwentyfight low prlees these

year to a year !rller. ,The milk or lamb 1'1I..t onice! Box \1jani \. ('columns the price by mail, CjoodM are offered.

teeth are easily! dutingnNhod from the immanent IVrnandina Fla. jKist-puid, / is 5.i cents a month, or $11.50 uyear
or broad teeth by their smaller size ,:_. or including the : ;ir.Iy stock or : Sunday
-- -- 1tter.l n1dhtpaJl'
and! by the thickness otthejawboum.arouuid .
4 i their fangs where the permanent teeth are IV. 1(. IIAIJK.MCJIIT, ; is U"cents nheet of month fifty-six column, tho 1"VICXIHUlxa GOODS IN worthythe
price a or $7,70
still enclosed. As the lamb approaches( a HAVING mvntly m.ived and Aotvr. I"'t.pnltl. a year, .attention of those desiring;
old the broad J ( I RooMs I I
: year exposed: part of the tooth ton
The /Sunday edition of the Sun [ also .
becomes worn away and narrow fangs projecting to furnish meals ..t all hour XVIIof.lXM.1MI IttmiLnviliif line Goods.
above the gurus stand apart from the best tylo u/lClut! T:> :: AND STOCK; DEALER) : : ,.. "hed HfparuU-ly\ $I. 'U a )'l.imsl-paid., *'
each other, leaving wide iUI rvallf. JhU Is JJ .\ The (price W the MVrJ/y Sui C' gtlt |11I1 <''8tifty..h "Order left to my selectionwill
columns,, I *l
even more marked after the first pair of immanent 2 r EXTREMELY: : 11)l'ltlCl$ : : ; Dealer In Ice.TEXXEKSEK : !! u year, post-paid. reeelie t'ar..rul and prompt
teeth.have ... : For clubs of ten tending *|10. we will cnd! "'* .
) come imp overlapping : .; : IIKKF : I an extra free. attention. '
each other at the edge, and from this time I gnaruntej, f.. nit the taste of tH'J-cl.\/ry.1 Addrew copy I.?.\%.. 'J-SGI.\NU.: J-

onward the number of small milk teeth, and fastidious epicuaA trial i I.* all I BttMitf SfKKKT WlllBK, Publisher of The Su,,. J H. PBBBOOTT.
of broad permanent teeth, can usually be 35 MM ('( 10-tf! FERXAXDIXA: i'LA, I :ai New York City. --3n. Ferundlun-IT F.a.y --

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THE'FLORIDA MIRROR vertisements' contained) in this issue : Ash- n., Tin; MINI: l)led, Teacher Wanted.

i r ;. ,.. _. mead] Hros., stationers, book! cllers, bookbinders On Sunday\ : September 4th, of paralysis, Wanted, a lady) to teach small neighbor ,
: 1tr: lnA I, OFTIIKI'KKMDGNTTn: :! : I.OXO: MUNCH ,
To.f ---- -' have at all times one Mas. )[ARfI.\tET: M. Kr.t.i.v, wife of P. 1 Kelly, hood school. One who ran teach music
\ ioij'i::. riiAii; $i.on roii MX MOSTUX.Itcjlccttonft. and printers, CONVAMX'IXO. aged 47 years Jlcijuietcat in }>ncc. l'rCrl'rrl'lt.ppl to (J. A, M\LI.KTTR: :,

.- --- -- of the most complete stocks in their line On SaturdayTart) \ the physicians agreed to seplO 3t King's Ferry, Fla.Abffre .

.f t'I south of !Savannah\ The firm is reliable and
move tho President" from the White Hou( c Range of Thermometer -'-- ---

Gxt ranks No. 1. Any business! ( entrusted to to lllhrron): Long Branch, at the earliest to Tax-1'fiyers.
.: linT Simeon Crandall bus been nppointcil po'tina4cralCrand.il them tuny be relied) on to receive careful attention. possible! moment and on Tuesday morning HOR"EY'S tiRcn sToun.JL I am now ready] to receive tax returns for

V : cl 1' ) I pnst-oficc, Nnwaticonnty.The / last the transfer w us made.) The Associated -- -- .- ,-.---- the! present year.ollice Itlank'returns G. Stark's will store he. corner furnished
aunty over ,
tt6irnA pilot conimNsioncrs! have H'NI"CI) S. H, Hubbard it Co., dealers in hardwnre. Press! dhpatehes: '' contain the following ac. -" is c'i- :.: ne 1 of Centre and Second streets

I'' Mr. Thos.! Irfw-icre pilot on the St. Marys! This: firm is too well known all over thp count of it : I.a: -t M:: '_: I WM. H. GAHLVXn.:
,( (lU'i'i't' bur andrivcr.Lorenzo State to need] any special' commendation of At !pH-cUtly :3.10: the .President\ was! carried, ----..-- - I 1'EHs.SlHs.llIrl'h 10, 1881-tf

tic ])cllnoll ('n, the famous! New the Mirror. Mr.I Hubbard! one of the "olid) from the sick-room: to the express! wagon Saturday............... s2 fli 88 R7 S\\ I -- ---- ti.
t' te1 whiih had been l bm/ .ki-d up to the steps! of Sunday.......... ...... X.1 8 r RS, I'll 8t-:. I 1'rlvatc Sehool.
York c caterer died) at Sharon Springre- men of Jacksonville. the front portico, by Irs. Bliss, 1:1'urn: Monday ............... Ra: x;i RI! 87 SE.'ftiestlay Mrs. It. )E.: Alexander will open n permanent
i Stll Robinson: it Co. keep none but purenntl ............... 1.:. I
rcntly! aged 71 years Hy and! BoMiton, ficncral Swidtn, ('olonels s2 bfl 8S 17:! private school in the Baptist church on

1 hA Mr. C V. Hillycr, deputy collector of tinloins !- reliable drugs] and medicines and cell, !:ol'kl'1IlIHI ( Coibin and Me"!sr, C. O.I \\.ctlllCf'ea) )'........... RJ: 87 88t t) 8S-t-:: :. I the Kith of May, and solicits generous
Thursday; ........ ...... 8. 37n !) R:1:: .
tto at this port, returned from Connecticut both wholesale; and retail. They have P\"("- !RockAM-ll: and Warren Young, who re- : share of public patronage.;:!; Terms liberal

sib on Wednesday) and h at his post! again rything usually! found) in n fin-l-dats drug muinci' ] with the patil."tllIrlll] his removal ,I lav..::':.: __ s s, s __ 1' 7 _W I Apply at the school room between the hoursof !
I to the depot.' Ho war reclining in a peaceful 8 a. in. and 1 p. m.
I J10flch The National) Hoard of Health hndviicd! ) istorc. Great care: is taken in compounding : ) position. flu: ,the bed 11)1011) which, f'Jr..o i FF.RXAMUXA: May 8, 1881-:3m. \

I of the breaking out of cholera nt Amoy and) physicians' prescriptions many cl.I)!!, !he. has hec-n fullering! and tight- IK/AT:. -----

I: i Shanghai(, in China, and) Bangkok in Slam. Our lady readers) \ll'r"aplearn\ ; fome- lug for life. His right; hand was lying upon'\ I For Rent
hiV breiist while his !left was'streloliwl) tort Fertiandliia.IIII .
the arm of A desirable! residence on Seventh street,
Wiesbaden) to the London) thing their by consulting !
:. A dispatch from [ to advantage
; at full length upon tile coverlet His !high; : near Centre. Apply' to
t UJ::1 Dully Acu'' says : "It is rumored that the advertisement of Mr. K.Schof'icld.: 31 Ir. Schu forehead was! covered by linen cloth and JOHN HKDOKS,

>. at King of Wurtcmborg has) been converted to field) is agent for a great variety of sewing- his!. features, though emaciated, were patient :Saturday, :Sept.Sunday : \" 10...... fI:2I.I.: OW: I'. M. 3.-tf: Railroad: Oflico.AtlvcrtlNcuicnfs. .

::, i::tt (Cat I 101 '!in.V. ." machines and) attachments as! also for the and resumed! in expression.i A small I platform \,", 12..10:51.I1..10:11:: 11:1.1 100"lo1lfla :::; h _h__ _____ ._____ __ _.
had been
) orritod from the portico to
\ r Mr. H. Thompson )has been appointedlocal I celebrated: ) Hulterkk'H patterns.7'Jte the wagon, and\ across' this he was tenderly Tuesday! 1:3..tt.JI: : 00:00: 't Net 6 lam Wednesday\ .....,( ) ;; 00:18) : "
? agent of the Transit Railroad in this --- --- and carefully' carried and deposited III the : :
TrattKlt Jtnllroml and the State, !. Thursday I "J.-)......00:5M: 1:33: '1'. 1 There whatever in
who hay ben wagon.:!; was no mishap:
city vice W. H.iiley; Tucker,
t i .l1ttl J-.x/tlbll. the transit ami when!. the horses were Friday, "Hi...... 1:5-1": 2:28": I

f promoted to )'nrllrlllt"ter. To the IMHor of the Mirror : hitched) to the vehicle? and, started at 5:30:: for I it TTOUNKY; AT LAW,

f ,> 'fhe Texas Pacific Railroad )may been completed I rc'/ulln the Union of I the rah the proceedings the 111'1'0t.' a feeling of relief took possessionof .\\KKIVK1) FLA.
1 west of Dallas> to within eleven milesof the bystanders for III the opinion of FERNANDINA,
t' Birk
} of the Supervisory Committee at a Sept.\ : Joseph! Baker, Ryder: Rio tic
; ; Itt''a El Paso. 'frack-laying) at the many the mot! l'eriloll'4)1ortllJlI) of the journey Janeiro. e I
; meeting held on the lit h, at the olnYe of the IlI\ell1'CII acuiimplMicd. y'|ll'l'il\l attention given; to collecting. ,
\, ',-n, rate of two miles! per day. The to the -S. P. Florida, Usina. Huvltllnnh.f ()IJk(! over 1 lorsey V Drug Store. 42-Gnt
chairman conveyance was )preceded depotby "
!. P. Planter, Scott, Charleston.
I T. W. Palmer ]. brother of Dr.> J. ) --- --
the remainder of the
'JIJ' carriages conveying "
'i It seems the committee: were called) to. 0-S. P. Florida, Usina( Savannah. FOR
: '; I n. Palmer] of this city, has opened a law party which was to'iiccompany\ the Presidentto HEADQUARTERS
10 S. of
gether iii order that they uumighit consider] time S. City Dallas! Risk: New
"' ,,:i' 1 and will Long Branch. As the express wagon u'lxn MACHINES 01LS
'.. olllco/ over Horsey's[ drug store, York. I ,
I .' .. advisability of abandoning the State exhibit moved away from' the Executive: Mansion S
!' "" make Fcrnandina his home in the future. from the fact that the Traijsit Railroad: the President feebly but cheerily lifted his U.E\REIXSept. X.IWU> ATMCHMENTS AND PARTS.!

I, tr The( fltl'nlllcrrllltcr arrived. here on Wednesday I left band and I waved farewell to the inmatesof 3-Schr. Annie ].:. Chase, Brown, New THE] HOUSEHOLD, NEW HO m.
had determined make display
1-,1, < ) In place of the City Point, which will to a separate( the house, who had assembled) on theporch York. DOMESTIC WEED SINGER
i' have und seeing that a division would result in to wish him fod speed on his journey. 5-Bark Estclla:: Loring, Montevh1eo.h CHICAGO SINGER, ETC.
; bo laid.) for two or three weeks, to a
'i/({ up the failure of both parties." It would he The wagon was then driven slowly through (!-S. P. Florida Usina, Savannah. Every lady should examine into the merits -
:','''.'' new wheclIHll'plieelIn( place of the one lost! gratifying to homo people to know, what the grounds of the mansion and" down 8-Sch. Annie L. ](Henderson Hen of the quiet light-running 'HOUSEHOLD"

;. ',\'" > week before lust The I'lantcr Is commanded! Pennsylvania; avenue to the Baltimore and derson, New York. before purchasing a Sewing Machine.
u Captain A, Scott. construction to put on this call'of Major Potomac depot, the horses: at no time being !-S.) 1'. l'1lIltercott:; Charleston.
by Hutilers Hemmers Tuckers Tuck Folders
Russell. Does> it mean that in consequenceof driven faster than: a walk. At the hl.'aelor : ,
Connecticut National I Lace and Fan .Attachments Otis'l'lait.l'rs
The 1st Regiment IS l-ORT. ; -
the determination of the Transit Railroadto each horse walked a man ready, to assumecontrol
.(]ttardd has voted to extend) Its Yorktown of the animals in case of need. S. :S.; City of Dallas> :!! Risk, 915 tons. ; Young's:; ', Andrews and :Magic

trip to Charleston, S. C., and the Pacific{ mail make an exhibit there will be no The ride to the depot was: accomplished" Hark Joseph: Baker, Ryder,'.'50!) tons. I'laiters ; Tracing Wheels. Tape

will bo chartered for the encouragement for making a State exhibit? without any incident worthy of note, the Brig En\\. Johnson, ))Ollllt'. 24S tons. 11'aSllrl'f'ltlt'hille: Belts.
steamer Acapulco UiasCutters Wheeler it Wilson
Or is it intended to force the Transit Rail crowd which( followed was orderly; and anxious Brig Carrie 1'llIhlin toll. :.Tjfi: tons. ;
trip. The governor and stair and) state officers -anxious not only for the safe transportation Brigantine Sarah Ann. Buckler, 2SI tUII!!. Glasses! Bru-h Pads, Bobbins, and
road to abandon) its ? III view of
project Wrenches Shuttles Bobbins( Needles,
Sch. A. it E. :322 tons. ; ,
will accompany the regiment.A of the patient but iKo! to catch a Hooper\ ,
marvelous gold discovery I is re. this! uncertainty to purposes, it will, i per- glimpse of his faic. This it was: not dilllcult Soh. Hattie (J. ))iXOII, Sawyer, 32S ton)!. Thread Cutter, Check and Feed Springs, etc.

(maps' not'bo out of place to make some inquiries to do, as: tho curtains. of the wagon were Soh. Agnes 1. Grace, Fountain 37(5( tons. .Agent) for 12. ISiillorick & CO'H
ported l in tho Central Hills, thirty milo which or not be considered rolled( up to ('llablt'IIII.' Pr'-Mdont to breathe Sell Roger )Drury, Baker :JUO(, tons. Patterns and I Publications. Send your address .
from Jca.twootl.. Dakota. The vein, which may may the pure morning air which at that hour Srh Daisy) :' E.: Parkhurst, Hooper, 3V) I for Catalogues and, Metropolitan Fashion ,
pertinent but which are certainly not W
I 'Ii four feet wide) I is alleged to "contain more had t not become sultry tons I Sheets!-free. ,
and to intended to bo' impertinent. The depot being reached, the horses were Sch. Sadie Willeut, Watts: 10!) tons. E. H. ( OFmf.]),
r precious metal than quartz, rllll Has: there been a division between the detached from time wagon, which Way! backed Sch. Oliver Crosby, Hutrliiusnn, :2Urt tons. I I 12-Om 81 W. ll.iy St., Jacksonville, l'fa.scIIooiJ I

$lrtlOOU), ) > (to the ton in time foundation." to the selected for the removal of the .. .
managers of the State exhibit and those ofthe up car --- -- ----- -- -- -- -- -- ---- -- --- --- -
The Chicago Times has a thrce-emlunui report President, and the same. gentlemen who had I'

of tho hog crop in the West t, which indicates Transit, Railroad: ? Hy what: cou-e o before performed the duly of I transferring! : : BOOKS !
reasoning docs: Major Russell arrive at the the patient from the Whftc ]Ilium.- to the
I .:, that the number of hogs: I-Iollc-Ilnnr.:
conclusion that ''a division would result in wagon) executed their dilllcult task of removing \
( ter less: than t last year, and 1 that they lire of him from the v\aion to the railroad l lear .
the failure of both parties? L.\ RGLST: STOCK I IN THE: STATE.. ATASHMEAD
small: size and in poor condition, There i is : though they mutt with sums slight dilllcully t.
Does the Supervising Committee know : in doing. thi owing to the fact' that
not the usual number\ of pigs, and there is a : .
J1 that tho Transit Wlroad: Company deter the /flooI' of the cur was rather: high. The .
deficiency of food with which to fatten thelll
delicate task erfurmrl and
mined on making an exhibit at least! a was l Miocosstully BROTHERS
for market.Judgutent. without to disturb", tho patient. ,
< appearing
: H month before tho calling of the State convention r
for $1,0(10( ), against the city of Whon tdethecurbe was transferred., I 1

"I; Fcrnandina and) in favor of Sanborn itlloyt, on the :2llh! iii t.? the Itl'II"1I which ho had: 'been carried, I thus :21! West Bay Street, .1ACKSONVILLE;, FLA.. f
J 1 :I'," I In the interest of united action, will (Colonel ) far; and placed, upon; a spring bed. which had!
,I .f' I; was entered in the Circuit Court this \
\ : r up Haines abandon special!: exhibits for already been prepared for his i reception.The .
week. Knit was brought; on city seripwhich remainder of the party ha'illlIrl'lll,\' U'hoh'ult'" and Itctail Publisher" Booksellers, Stationers, nntl
the line of his road, both in (Icorgia and
'iI. taken their seats for the !signal
':\ 'j' had been presented for payment and payment departure
I. ,, Thesamo Florida: ? t.mtsgiven, and ii mimidsilenceatt I : I, the train Dealers in Tojs', XCUN, and Fniioy .Arlioles
refused] the treasurer.
I, by city Is it quite certain that, notwithstanding began to move. A delay of sonic minutes

(,r linn has n Mmllar judgment); against the Its exhibit the Transit Railroad Company intervened, however but at ( :.'!t11<> exactly the I'riuliiix, Kiiliug and IIllIdlll:;.
own :
i ," county of Nassau for $2,000.:! ) train Marled on HI journey. The party who
I would refuso substantial und materialaid accompanied tho President l t, exclusive of the --
Tho valuation of taxable real estate inNew
'iI,' toward the success of a Stato exhibit? railroad attaches I consisted: 1 of twenty person A .a'

: .m.\1'f" York city for ISSI .shows an increase has such aid been asked: or is i it expectedthat *, as follows : )Irs. iarlield and daughter BLANKS: AND BLANK BOOKS for Counting Houses:' Railroad and Steamboats, A

4; over last year of thirty-four millions, and.) it will be proffered l ? Mollie ; Drs. Bliss, Agnew, Barnes: Roy to order. LAW BLANKS for Lawyers and Justices of the Peace.
i }" now t\g rt'gatl's)70,735,111,1.\) The valuation burn, Woodward.C; <'lnel timid Mis. Rockwell .
,)fJ, I Does Major Russell have so poor an 01'111'Ion and! their daughter Lulu : General; :Subscriptions: taken to all Papers and Magazines at Publication prices
of for of taxation
..94I personal property purposes I of tho resources of tho State and the Swain, Colonel( \ Corbel l'r \'atol'crl'tllry:;
Send: for and Lists. Send for
: : our Catalogue Price anything in line and
i, ( shows UII increase of eight millions, and Brown, Dr. Bovnton.. Mrs. Dr. Edson, C. O. our yon can
\ do.t''., ., Is now $20V-12SIK: )!) ). The increase the tux public spirit of its citizens! as to Mippo.se that Rockwell and Warren S. Young ; three colored get it. Orders: by mail promptly attended to.We .
p:'''' it is! I impossible' ; to have two successful: exhibits White
levy over that of la"t year is, in round numbers ll'I'\tIlI4-D.mlcl: Sprig, Mary have recently published : Index to the DceisloiiN", ot the Supreme
\ Atlanta? It is to bo hoped not. and Eli/ahcth ('ulcr-nl"o! accompanied the I
$2lI: (XOOrt.( Despite this Increase, property party Court: of Florida. By U. 3[, Call. l'apcr-prlcc $3. Two "t'IU'buft'" the
I do not know by whom it was first f pro
has to be taxed $2.f> per $100 ugaint I"'SI.'II that there boa building the AtlantaExposition Ixixo: BIUXCII September 0.-The special 3Iiit. By l'. Jordan Paper, 73; cents ; cloth, $1. Orange Insects (Illustrated! ). 1
$:.!.53 levied) last year, on account of increasedappropriations train arrived at lllberon :Station at 1:10: p. i
': specially devoted to railroad exhibits Paper, l. Any of the above Hooks mailed to any address on receipt of price
l for tho various departments.Tho ; hut, it I is presumable, from its adop in., and reached the cottage ten minutes la- i

I bank clearances In Chicago for the tion, t that it was considered an I important ter. Them were about two thousand persons ASIIMI .tI) BROTHERS, !
feature of the enterprise and, in view of in the vicinity of the President's quarter" .J2.1 JACKSONVILLE* to
week ending September:' 3 were $norxlIOOO, ), the fact that tho entire space; was quickly Regular troops were on {guard, und FLA. '

f \v 'hlch is! more than double the usual amount engaged by railroad companies in and out noditllculty was experienced in preserving:' ,

und U! $15,000,000: greater:; than that of tiny of tieorgi.i. it i.s not greatly lit Wondered perfect order. No pound was heard.Mrs.to Oar-mar S. B. HUBBARD & CO.

previous week In the history: of the city.: at that ut least one railroad,] company in the quiet of the neighborhood l'n'oi.cll'l1l'4 ;
j from
Florida\ "should have had a desire to place field upon arrival )passed : JACKSONVILLE:
The grl'uh'rurt( of the Increase is:. due to the car to precede the couch. She looked .
the of
t productions our State side by side .
t gigantic-; operations of the successful l wheat with those of our sister I states. It may not, l'ull11111'' not at all worried Dr. Bliss: .said -\-'TlIOLEUII'XU RETAIL DEALERS: IN

corner, which culminated on August 31-st by some,it.be considered laudable to have attempted in response stood the to journey interrogatories extremely! that well the, and patient Hardware, Stoies"' Doors, Sash, Itliiids! Paints, Oils" ,

und tho settlements: nnade,11Messary thereby. If, in making such exhibit the Transit that his pulse has not been higher than lit(. JMYPUMI-S. LEAD AND IRON PIPE. SUGAR MILLS RUIIIIER >AllllM'
(General; business however shared in the the attendants STEAM IMS FITTING l'I.UlUu"WNIl: TINSMITHINUlll
: activity Railroad does not represent: Florida, will Colonel Corbin. who accompanied HE1 LTINC. AND: :

i t :111.1hl'lpl't1to swell this total, which some one please rise and explain who or upon the President to LOUR Branch, ;;.AOHAZARD'S I'OWDEItlLlitjtED FENCE WIRE. 42-tjanl, "
what will be ? L. has just said, in re"ponse to question*, that
is 1 all tho more remarkable from coming in a represented
the President HttMid the journey remarkablywell ..
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.Minimer month LM Letter ; that upon Hearing Long Branch one :: IMPORTANT
t Time following is a synopsis! of tho hip-- of of the party nuirges.ed that it would soon be NOTICE =
Remaining in the I'ust-Ottlec'at Feinanditu which the
meats made and business lllune nt Charleston time to take a bath, in reply to
Nassau county, Fla., Sept. 8, 1.SSI. Persons President saidVc: need progress just now
for the year ending September 1 1,1881 : .\t town and station -
more than a bath. every
calling for these letters must advertised J. & T.
Cotton upland, bales.. CtO.970 $27-l5iOOl: ) ') say along the route inassof humnn beings KYDD

viva I Island, bags..... 17.217 l,8: :fOk. : were congregated to witness the passage of

Rico" tierces.............. M,N 71 1,500.000! Battles. Win, Hachclor, J. H. the train. In most instances! tho multitudewere Aro clearing) out their largo stock of
SpiriU turpentine vks M.3.'j(1 800,000 Cook. Lizzie Camp, J. H. standing with uncovered beads and

Ro.slu.bbls. 131,417 .VW.OOO Denefield, Mike Flahang. Joseph exhibiting feelings of sympathy. Tonight; SPRING SUMMER
I' Phosphatcs.crudo.tons lo. .I$:S la 0.1N10 Ferrell, Bon B. Uray; C. W. everything is perfectly quiet in the vicinityof AND GOODS

Lumber, feet......,.....18,010,857 :?,OtI0OOO, (larviutP.11'. Uarvln, James W. the President's quarters) and every one ,
: It Cotton goods, domestics llutcherson,8. B. Jackson, Fannie expresses a feeling of gratification that the To make room for Fall purchases which are now arriving. '
; bal 1,0>t,11b0( Morse, J. M. Hunter, Julia patient stood tho trip tt> well. I
,"Fruits vegetables etc. Murray Mollie Rowntree l I'obirt
t The change since
L- packages ,. 500,000 Thompson, Gaire, Williams. Dotter ,
-- Williams, Issabella has been almost) marvelous. The doctors FROM LOW-PRICED TO FINE

f. Value of tuples........ $3
Manufactures ftfrtiliuTs(including ).) 0,915,000 The following is a lit! of unclaimed( )lettersat decidedly bracing effect. On WednesdayDrs. IM1U2A1XS IX DRESS tiOODS-A and complete stock. consisting or

.Vholexulo and retail the Callahan peat-office : Barnes, Reybum and Woodward withdrew SUMMER SILKS, ALL-WOOL LACK HUNTINGS LAWNS, LINEN. WN8 DAR

trade....... 23.050.ftX Samuel Parmly, Nathaniel Wild, at the wish ot'the President. lr. Bliss EGES and GRENADINES, SWIPES;; : TARLL 'ANS, VICTORIA and PERSIAN -

Nelson Johnson J. T. Meaull is authority for the statement that the President at low prices. Summer MllkM-from Fifty Cents upwards. LAGents'
fjrand f' total.....??? 171.211,000 Isaac Royal, Kd. WhitHer.

-- _-. Harman Win, Jl.'t1'I'Wrlht.; is convalescent.ISoot Fine Furnishing Goods
Rufus (!. Robertson Thomas Edwards, -- a Specialty
Death of J/ru. J; Kelly. and Shoe ,
James Thompson, Charles P. Cross, 1
U fa *Ith R fi-eling of profound( regret that Simon avid Thompson. Mr. J. H. Prescott is now sending forwardhis Our Improved Dollar Shirt is the beat, unaurpas Iefl In fit and oualitv. .r

we chronicle* the death, fl'mtaralp.ls., of Thomas lull, Honron Roberson. fall stock of boots and shoes! as fast as lllearhrtl and Drown Cotton at Wbolcwle) ) IMct. Print oF Loomn l
Willis mad,'. shipment of to-tlay will rents 10.1 Slieetine 35 at
i UTa.1'!: Kelly, nee Traverse, which occurrednil \ Mason A E.: Jenkins they are 10 ; rentN
Elias: Haren. J. M. Voll.Cye comprise a complete stock of staple A l'U-CoC tplfciidid) Standard Prints"
Sunday last. Mrs. Kelly was well beloved Morrow. Curtis Williams, fancy goods, which t-bow H very perceptible 6 rents nor J'lIrd.

in this community, where she bad retJdod Allen Hayes. Jerry Hampton improvement in stuck, finish, style anJ ;lt-IVe are Agvnt for KVMV & ('0., IcmlingClothlersuf! New York

; for many )"etr.5. She wasa devout and William Jones, George: Urandy, price and which will convince the nublic ."\J.14 8.Ull'U$ 110W scaly' 5.o> tt-lctt-IIllty of them from I115 to HUlt
MissCvt-beyamstum: 31. C. Kalloek, that no pains have len spared to pleae his= Fit uar.mtt't't1. per
of the
adherent Catholic
faithful faith. Her
i'a Allen Richard, Robert I... Harm, many put runs. to
death will be mourned by a Urge circle of 0. M. R.bson.nJt.'r..tJ' Joyce, __-- -- -I. ,fr.'I..it our ulll ll\.II1'O you that, while tt'6Y do
not lieU(
friend and acquaintances William J.nt'librahlll11 Joyce Married.TrckCR inferior (,lends we arc time (11..ap"NI Dry Coodi 11011" from l

-- --- Samuel! Jam ley, Josh Walker", -lIi\Nt.-On August; 21. at the Flori41a. Maine to

Our Jacksonville .4ltrttceste.su., Dennis Banks, Edward Harris, residence of the bride's in Baltimore CT. de ''T. -
William( Glen ,. W. W. Ckwte, bv Rev. John U. <'. \Manna, Jamai U.Tiuker.'of .
The Attention of 'the reader of the Jirrvri Mat. Hill Manllalladay.: Fernaudiiia. and MU \clolil' h.H :. r" .,rk ,)//li,..\ 1 J- I'-t! 1 N.E.Cr.'eD; amid'flr i

especially) called) to the Jacksonville ad.e Jouv U'Doxtu\. M

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THE'FLORIDA MIRROR. vertisements contained In this issue : Ash-! OA. Till! MKXlt.KHMOVAt. Med, Teacher Wanted. ;1

a mend Bros., stationer", booksellers, bookbinders On Sunday September 4th, of paralysis; Wanted a I lady to teach 1I'mnllllt'ighhor..
=='=--:::'=' "': ':' :;=-=- :="' '''-'';:: :::':: :- =: : I. ((KTIIEl'lllMDEXT TO 1OXU nH\> .
,TO I.on A YKAK; $J.QQ FOH NIX MOXT1IS.Itejlectlonfi. nnd printers, have nt all limes one (ll.NVAMXCINU.On CH- )I1t. MAIUIVIIKT. KFU.wife of P. Kelly, hood school. One, who can teach music

t .. _.u__ .. .. _.__ ... - .' of the most complete stocks in their line last the aged 17 years Jlcrjuirtcat in pace. preferred. Apply to G.h A. Mu.LKTTn: ,
Saturday; physicians to
ti .
: : scplO 3t King's Ferry, Fla.Abffc0
The firm Is reliable and
.r I south of Savannah move the President< from the White House ---.---
( Jj,. ranks .\ No. 1. business entrusted'! toth,111 Range of Thermometer
:i !! Any to Elberoii! Long Hrancli, at the earliest to Tax-Payer

ii nth: Simeon Crandall has hcen appointed. postmaster may be relied on to receive <,nrcflllnt.) possible) moment, amid on Tuesday morning FOR till. WT.EK HOKSEY'S:KNTUNO imro FRIDVY WORK., 8EPTEMIir.nO. I am now ready to receive tax returns for ./

t ele \ at Crandall post-ofllcc.aUCollllt '. tention.S./ last: the transfer was made( The Associated _.. ---_ .. the present year JIIank'fl'turlllwill be fur.nishcll "
t' tio, The pilot commissioners have. licen eil Htihbard it Co., dealers In hardware. Press dispatches contain' the e c = at my office over G, Shirk's store, corner
'; following. account : of (Centre and Second streets ,
I I. Wind
;;, 1iad :Mr. Thos. 14a!!sere ai pilot on the. St. Marys! This: tirm is too well known all over the of it : 11 -; WM. H. GAIIIAXP.

': IM 1'I )hnr: and rh'cr.Lorcnzo State to need any special commendation of At precisely! 3:1": ") the President was carried :: J.'JoItNNIJlSInrch 10, 1831-If

'I a lito Dclmonico) the famous New the Mirror. )Ir. Hubbard: one of the "olid, from!! the sick-room<<: to the express! wagon, ------1. R:1 8T R8 Hi S\\"o ---- ---- ,

: York caterer, died at Sharon Spring: reeently men of Jacksonville. which had, been bn< ked' up to the steps, of SJ: kn R8 Nil! 8K I Private School
I s but t the front portico, I by Ur:<4. Hlhs, Itcyburnand : / Monday ......... ...... 83:J Hi HI! 87 SI'I Mrs. I!. E.: Alexander will ft -
aged 71 years.Mr. Hy Robinson: t Co. keep none l.tlrCand llovnton, General I"wllimllnncl'! Tuesday! ............... N2!: 8j( 8si 87 F:. the open church permanent
r hJtto/! C.. V. Ilillycr, deputy collector of customs reliable drugs and medicines and sell Kockwfll and Coibin, and Messrs.! C. o.) Wednesday! ........... HJ: 87 Nt!) N3 :S1'; :. the Kith I'rimtp"choolill of May, und solicits B.iplist a on

.", at this port, returned from Connecticut both wholesale nnd retail. They have everything Rockwell: and Warren Young, who remained Thursday..,.....,.... 81 I Hi 8H! S8 Hl. share\ of public patronage. Terms generous Itbernl.I'ph' .

on Wednesday, and is at his post again. usually found in a lirst class! drug with the patient ,during his: removal Friday-- --..-.......-.-...-...-...-...--SI -Sli.. .---!)- 87V.- -..- .\ at the school( room between the hoursof !
stpi to the depot He was reclining in a peaceful : H a. m. and 1 III.I .
The National Board of Health Is advised! store. Great care is taken in compounding p.
position on the bed upon which, for so i I FKRXAXWXA, May 8, issl-;3m.Vor .
'I ( H r of the breaking out of cholera at Amoy and physicians' prescriptions many days! he has been suH'eringand light Jl.Ull.\14". I _______

1st .'l' hall hal, in China and Bangkok, in Siam. Our lady readers will, perhaps learn something ing for life His right hand was lying upon I Kent.

(i' tit .\ dispatch from Wiesbaden to the London to their advantage by consulting!' thendvertiscmentofMr. his breast, while his loft arm was !M ret died\ Port o/ J.'rruundltw. A desirable residence on Seventh street,

!g! t"k DlilKewl says! : "It Is: rumored that the K dlOfielt1. :Mr.Scho- at flll''hl'Utl14 full length upon covered: the by coverlet: a linen cloth His high and JCIOII WATER.: I near Centre. Apply to '

King of Wu'rletnberg! has been converted to field is agent for a great variety of !'ewing'l his: features, though emaciated, were patient Ratlll"dacl'l.:: .. 10..... 0:2: !) .\II. M. !): U5lM.I. IW-tf' JOHN 1 HnilrO\l1 i I HEIHIES Olllee.,
an.n 1 ami resigned in expression A small I Sunday( 11......10:11: 10:30":
Catholicism"Ir,1V machines attachments, as also for the plat ..
Monday, 12..10j1.: 11:1) ----- ------- ----
form had I been' erected' from the to :
t. "t ) B. Thompson ]has been appointedlocal celebrated Hutterick's patterns.! the wagon and across this he was portico tenderlyand Tuesday: 1J..11:41: : II JOOO( : New Advertisements.T. .
of the Transit Railroad in this --- Wednesday I L..IHO.i( "
): .. agent carefully carried and deposited! in the : 1I0I'i)::
c; I city, vice W. Bailey Tucker who ]has been The Transit Itatlroad and the ,state WII UII. There \sasiio mishap whatever in Thursday, 1.00)8.) : 1JJ":: : IV. I'AL TIER,
ffa1tti promoted to yardmastcr. Exhibit. the transit and when the horses!l were Friday 1G...... 1::54" 2:28: I

To the Editor of the Mirror : !hitched, to the vehicle nnd started at 550:: for A TTOPiXKY AT LAW,
has been
Pacific Railroad
The Texas com:
; ftt I read in the Union of the fth the proceedings the depot a feeling of relief took possessionof AH1UVE1).
; pleted west of Dallas to within cloven miles the bystanders: ; for in the opinion of FERNANDINA]; FLA.
of the Supervisory COllllUitt'e at, n el1t. IS-Hark Joseph! Baker Ilydcr Uin do
F... of El Paso. Track-laying progresses! at the many the ino!<>.t perilous portion of the journey
; rate of two miles I meeting held on the Oth, at the ollice of the )had been accomplished.The Janeiro. Special; ; attclltiolJ'n to collecting.
per -S. V. Florida Usina. Savannah '
\ chairman. conveyance was preceded to the depot Onit-to() over Hors(' :c Drug Store. 42-Gm
i t'" T. W. Palmer, Esq., brother of Dr. J. the "-8. J'. Planter, Scott Charleston.' -.-------
by remainder of
conveying the
l, It the committee called together carriages "
seems were
tl -S.. P. Florida
: Savannah
I D. Palmer, of this city, has! opened a law party which. was to accompany the President HEADQUARTERS> FOR
L "in order that they nlight, (ol1l1hlC'r the 10-S. S. City of Dallas Risk, New
; J
to Long Branch!. As the
olllco store and will
i over Horsey's drug ,! express wagon York. jiAC'inxKs OILS
advisability of abandoning the State exhibit ,
IlJO\'cllaway from the Executive Mansion, Siuri\c
\ make Fcrnaiulina! his home in the future.
from the filet that the Transit Railroad: the President feebly but cheerily lifted his! CLEARED. : .", ATTACHMENTS AND PARTS.
I r The steamer Planter arrived here on Wednesday left hand and waved farewell to the inmates Sept. 3chr.nnie:; Jo;:. Chase
\ had determined to make a separate display, : Hrown, New TIE HOUSEHOLD, NEW HOME
HI1E J 7. !!. in place of the Citl' illt, which will of the house! who had assembled on the York. I>OIJ<:tTlC.; WEED[ SINOEIl
} he laid up for two or three weeks to have a and seeing that a division would result in porch) to wish him God !speed' on his journey 5-Hark Estella, Loring, Montevideo. CHICAGO SINGER, ETC.
: the failure of both parties. It would be. The wagon was then driven slowly through ( -H. I*. Florida Usina Hanannnh.Ich. .
., i\\ '_ new wheelIppllct in place of the one lost Every lady should examine into the merits -
.. ;,.l..1 gratifying to some people to know what the grounds of the mansion) and downPennsylvania 8- Annie L. Henderson Hen of the
Ii" quiet, light-running 'HOUSEHOLD":
week before la !< avenue to the Baltimore+ and derson, New fork
1 construction to this call'of before purchasing Machine.
on Major n Sewing
1 by Captain A Scott. put Potomac depot the horses: at no time being !)-S. Planter: Scott, Charleston.
Russell. Does it that in Ru tilers, Hemniers, Tuckers Tuck Folders
The 1st Regiment Connecticut National mean consequence driven faster than a walk. At the Ill'/Iciof ,
1 of the determination of the Transit! Railroad each! horse walked man ready to assume! IS I'ORT. I Lace aims! Attachments ; Otis' Philters
.Guards( has voted. to extend its Yorktown to make exhibit there till 'be control of the animals in case o'f need. :S.; :S. City of Dallas! Wok, 01.-) tons. I ; Young's, Andrews', :and Magic
trip to Charleston, /S. C., and the Pacific/ mail an no The ride to the depot was accomplished Bark Joseph taker, Ryder 'Jrnl: !) tons. I Plaiters ; Tracing Wheels. Tape
steamer Acapulco will bo chartered for the encouragement for making a State exhibit? without any incident worthy of note, the Brig I'vlX.; Johnson, 'Donne: 21H) tons. Measures! Machine Belts
und Or Is it intended to force the Transit Railroad crowd which. followed was! orderly; and anxious Brig 'arrie Puddington, .130: tons. Bias Cutters; Wheeler A Will$un
ii trip. The governor and staff state offlcerri to abandon its project? In view of -anxious not, only for the safe transportation : Brigantineal'Oli:; Ann. Buckler, 2t: I tOIl' Glasses! Brush Pads, Bobbins and
will accompany) the regiment. of the patient, but also: to catch a Sch. A. it :Hooper: I :322: tons. Wrenches ; Shuttles( Hribhiim! Needles,
A marvelous gold discovery" is reported this uncertainty as to purposes, it will pcr- glimpse of his face. This! it was: not, dillicnlt Seh. Hattie G. }Di IXOII. :Sawyer, 52S tons. Thread Cutters, Check and Feed Springs, etc.

in the Central Hills, thirty miles haps, Ilot'be out of place to make: some inquiries to do, as the curtains! of the wagon were Sch. Agnes 1. Grace, Fountain. 370} tons. .* 'r-Agcntfor E. Itntterielt A CO.N
which may or may not be considered rolled lllp to enable the President' to breathe Sch. Roger ])rury, Baker 31K ton:>!. l'attcrns11111 Publications. Send: your address
from Dcadwood.: Dakota 1'he'ein., which. pertinent, !but which are certainly not the pure morning air, which at (that hour Seem Daisy: 1J.: P.ukhurst, Hooper, 3.>0) I 4 for Catalogues and Metropolitan Fashion ,
\\t four feet wide is to "contain yt
alleged more had not become m It I')'. tons. Sheets-free.
precious metal than quartz," nnd to "run intended to bo impertinent. The depot being reached the hordes were Seh. Sadie 1VillcutVatls,1(19: tons I I E.: H. SCOFIELD>,

$150,000) ) to the ton in the foundation." Has there !been a division between the detached from the! wagon which was backed tick Oliver Crosby, Hutchinson, :aXI!/ tons I l-.Mim: 81 W. Nay St., Jacksonville! Fin. I

managers, of the State exhibit nod those of up' to the car selected for the removal I of t the .. -.-- -- _ -- -.....-- ---__
The Chicago Tuna has a three-column report .President mod the who had! 1
same gentlemen I'
of the hog crop in the West, which indicates the Transit Railroad' ? By what: routec o before' performed (the duty of transferringthe : SCI-IOOL:

; that the number of hogs is onequarter reasoning! docs Major Russell arrive at the patient from the Whfte House to the BOOKS !
i, conclusion' that ''u division! would result! in wagon executed their dilHeult task of removing
less than last and that of
year, they arc
him from the to the railroad
the failure of both ? wagon
small lzu and in poor condition. There i is 1 parlies car, though they met with some !slight, iii lliGnlty LARGKST: STOCK IN 'l'lm.IT.TI'/ AT t
Docs ;
the : Committee know
not the usual number of pigs! nod there is 1Ilclicil'lICY \ Supervising in doing this, owing to the fact that .
of food with which to fatten them that the. Transit l 'ilroad. Company determined the (loot' of the ear was rather high. The ,

on making an exhibit at least:: :a delicate tak was performed "Mieec',fully and ASHMEAD BROTHERS 'a
for market. :
v/itliotit disturb the
month before the calling of the State convention appearing patient. ,
Judgment for $1,000, against the city of When inside the car he was transferred from

Fernandina in favor of San horn & Hoy, on the 21th nit.? the hl'llull which he had'l been carried thus :21 West Hay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
In the interest of united action will Colonel far IIJtllac'I'd upon ;II s11ringhed. which had ,
was entered up in the Circuit Court this \
Unities abandon special' exhibits for already been) prepared for his reception.
week. Suit was brought on city scrip, which The remainder of the ha\' "
'party: ing already Wholesale" and Retail Publishers, Booksellers Stationers
the line of his road, both in Georgia and and
had been presented for payment and pay taken their. seats for departure, the !signal

ment refused by the city treasurer. The same: Florida? was given, and! amid silence, at fio.::!!<) t the train Dealers in '.'0"',,", X..us and I"nu.rCIt'I..N..
Is it quite certain that, notwithstanding began to move. A delay of some minutes
linn\ hns similar
s u judgment against the its own exhibit, the Transit!! Railroad Company intervened however, but at (!::81):! ) exactly\ the Printing, Killing and Ilinding.
county of Nassau for 2000. train started on its journey. The patty. whoaccompanied
would refuse substantial and materialaid the J'rcoidl'llt. exclusive of the
The valuation of taxable real estate inNew : : --
tl York city for 1Sy1 shows an increase toward the success! of a State exhibit? railroad: attaches consisted of twenty )persons
1 over Has such aid! been asked, or is it expectedthat as follows : Mrs. Garlicld and daughter AND] BLANK HOOKS for Counting Houses, Railroads and Steamboats, : '
last year of thirty-four millions and Mollie ; Drs.) Bliss, .\ lIt.Barnes.. Her- BLANKS
it will be ? to order LAW HLANKS for and
proncrcd Lawyers Justices! of the Peace.
now aggregates $970,735,109. The valuationof burn Woodward.Colonel; and 'I vs. .
personal property for purposes of taxation Does! Major Russell have so poor an opinion well, and their ;daughter Lula : General :Subscriptions taken to all Papers' and Magazines at Publication prices.
of the resources! of the State and the Swaim, Colonel Corbin Private Secretary
shows an increase eight millions, and public spirit of its citizens to flill'pnsc that Brown, Dr. )Bovnton, Mrs. Dr. Kdson, C. O. Send for our Catnlogul'1)11 Price Lists. Send for anything in our line and you can
Is now $209,212,8119. The increase the tax Rockwell and Warren S. Young; ; three colored get it. Orders ,by mail promptly attended to.
leyy over: that of last! year is, in round numbers it is impossible: to have two successful ex- sl'f'ant'llniel Sprig, Mary White Wo
{ 2300000. Despite this Increase, hibits at Atlanta? It is to he hoped not.I and Elizabeth: Cutler: -OM! > iiecojnpanied the have recently published : Index to the Dcei.sioiiH of the Supreme
has to bo taxed $::.G7 per $100 against$2.53levie.l t do not know by whom it was first proposed party. i'ourt oT Florida. Hy H. )1, Call. l'aper-price $3. Two Years A huff tbe

that there be a building at the Atlanta: loyal BIUXCII September fi.-The special .Mast. Hy F. Jordan: Paper 73 cents ; cloth, $1. Orange Insects (Illustrated -
: last year, on account of increased! .1..'.y". .... .;.ti..n..... ....I...'..'...;-.J',,"., .I.'n.1. ... ,, to roil rt,at l ex-_ train arrived at Elbl'rontntioll:; at 1:10: p. Paper' *!1. of the above Hooks mailed to address ) .
\ ,
appropriations. !. for the various di-nartmcnts. hibits ; but it is presumable: from its adop m., and I reached the cottage ten minutes la- any on receipt of price
{ Tho bank clearances in Chicago for the lion, that it was considered an important ter. There were about two thousand persons ftYlllll.tlBItOTlI1:1t5: t

week ending September 3 were $90,500,000, feature of the enterprise ; and In'iC'w of : in the vicinity of the l'rc! the fact that the entire space was quickly ters. Regular: troops were on guard, and 'JACKSONVILLE/FLA. '
which U more than double the usual
1 engaged by railroad: companies in and lIt no dilliculty was experienced in preserving .
and $35,000,000 ,greater than that of any of Georgia; it is not greatly to be wondered perfect\ order. =No sound was heard to mar S. B. HUBBARD
previous week In the history of the city. at thai at least one railroad: company in the quiet of the lIl'i hhorhllclll. Mrs. Garfield & CO. .
k E Es Et arrival from the President's i. ,
Florida should passed
The greater part of the increase is due to the have had a desire to place upon \CKSO\VIM.F., I.OKIOA
to the coucll. She looked ,
the productions of our :State side by side car precede .
'gigantic operations of the successful! wheat with those of our sister states. It may not, calm and not at nil worried. Dr. Bliss: said, ""TIIOr.E.II'xn, RETAIL DKALERS IN
corner, which culminated on August 31st by some, be considered laudable to have attempted in response to interrogatories, that the patient 1
and the settlements mado.nccessary thereby it. stood the journey extremely ,well and Hardware, Sloes, Doors, Sash, JtlimK, Paint, Oils,
]f, in making) such exhibit, the Transit that his pulse has not been higher than 1)0. jra-I'lIMl-S.( :; LEAD AND IRON PIPE.: SUGAR MILLS RUBBER!
business !however shIfl'tiln
the activity Railroad does not represent Florida: will Colonel Corbin who accompanied the attendants BiaTING. STEAM AND GAS FITTING PLUMBUVG[ AND TINSM1TIIING1'ftAlul'u:
nnd helped to swell this total which' the President to Long Branch "-
some one pl'arise!! and explain who or upon jI.tAL'D5 POWDERBARBED FENCE WIRK. 4">. '
!is all the more remarkable from coming in a what will be represented! ? L. I has just said in response! to questions, that tjanl, p
the President Htolllhe journey remarkably
Mimmer month. -----------'-- -

U The following is a. synopsis of the thip- LM in the of I4f'ttf"'SHl.rt1nining of well the; that party upon sugges.ed' Hearing that Long it would Brunch soon one be -=IMPORTANT NOTICE =:=

lIll'ntlmal1e and business done at. Charleston Post-Oflice'nt Feinandi- time to take a bath) in reply to which the

for the year ending September 1, 1881 r na. Nassau county, .'111., Sept. 8, 1881. Persons President said : We need progress just now
culling for these ]letters must advertised more than a bath. At every town and station
(Cotton, upland bales 010,970 $27-l.IiO.KV\ ) say along the route a masoof human beings J. & T. YDD

Sea Island bags...., 17.217 II'iil.OOO:! ) : were congregated to witness! : the passage. of
Rice, tierces........ ..... : Hattles. Win. :
53,871 1,5.00KH) Hachelor J. H.Cook. the train. In most instances the multitudewere Are clearing out their largo. stock ofSPRING
t Splritsturpeutinceks. 51,380" 800,000 I.izzio Camp J. H. !standingvith! uncovered heads, amid
i if Rosin, bbls.....,.,.,....... :31,417! 650.000 J>Denefield Mike Flahang. Joseph exhibiting feelings of sympathy. To-night)
Pho>phateslcrude.tons 1 OS,183LuniVer UiO.OOO( ) Ferrell Hen H. bray, C. 1V.Garvim everything i is perfectly quiet in the vicinityof AND SUMMER GOODS
feet...........,..18,010,837 2,000,000 P. "'. Marvin James "'. the President's quarters, and, every one .
Cotton: goods domestics 1ulcherson,14.11. Jackson, Fannie expresses feeling of gratification that the To make room for Fall purchases which
f 4 4t 1,000,000() Morse J. M. Hunter Julia patient stood the trip so' well. are now arriving.MEN'S r,
"Fruits vegetables etc., Murray, Mollie llowntree Hob:rt
packages: ................ ......... 500.000 1'hompsone; Williams. J Doctor The change since the transfer of the President AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING '
Williams, Issabellu has been almost marvelous. The doctors ,

Manufactures Value of staples........ $30,210,000 SAM'L T. KipDEtt. P .M. think the ocean air will henceforth havea FROM LOW-PRICED TO FINE GOODS.
ferttlluTs).......... 6M5,000( The following is a I lint of unclaimed lettersat decidedly bracing fleet. On WednesdayDrs. HAIUJAIXS IX DRESS GOOUM-A full and complete

Wholesale and retail the Callahan poM-ot lee : Barnes, Ileyburn and Woodward withdrew SUMMER SILKS ALL-WOOL LACE BUNTINGS, LAWNS stock consisting or
trade....... ......... LINEN LAW BAR-
!'" 28.050,000( ( Samuel Pnrmly, Nathaniel Wilds at the wish of the President l)r. Bliss EGES: and GRENADINES, SWISSES: TARLETANS VICTORIA

grand; total............ $71,211,000 Nelson Isaac Loyal Johnson, J.Ed.T.Whittier.Meaull is authority fur the statement that the President at, low prlreH.' Slimmer ilkt-from Fifty Cents upwards.and PERSIAN/AWNS

Harmun Win, Jeffrey Wright is convalescent.Hoot t

Death of Mrs. 1\ Kelly. Rufus (?. llobertson, Thomas! Edwards, ,ami Shoes. Gents' Fine Furnishing Goods a Specialty.Our
James Thomp.son, Charles P. Cross .
:r It Lim with a feeling of profound regret that Simon Copton, Daviii Thompson, Mr. J. H. Prescott is now sending forwardhis : Improved Dollar Shirt is the bent, unsurpassed! in fit and I 1

we chronicle the death, from paralysis of Thomas! Hall Honron Iljbcrson, fall stuck of boots and shoos! as fast asI I lUenclied and Brown Cottons at Wholesale Prices quality

Slrs: P, Kelly lie Traverse which occurred Willis Mason A. K. Jenkins they are! made. His shipment today will 10 rents 10.1 Nheetiug, 25 cents Fruit r Loom a& ;.
Elias: Haren, J. \. Voll comprise a complete stock of staple andfancy
on Sunday last. Mrs. Kelly was well beloved A case of tplendid Standard Print" at 6
Curtis Williams, good, which show n very perceptible rents! per 3atrd.
in this community where she had reeidoJ Haves Jerry Hampton improvement in stork, finish style and 1 if- Wi' an- Agents for DF.VM.N at' 'O., Icwlln-: Clothiers

for many years. She'asl\ devout and William Jones, George Grandy. price, and which will eonvinee the public }o'\I.T, S.UU'I.1now: ready; m ""-"" of Uwn\ front or New York GSty
Miss Cvhbeyamstum, C, that have been l to ph\"o hU > $" to I,5}
faithful adherent of the Catholic faith. Her Kallock: no 'pains spared Fit guar.mtl't'l.1. per HUIt. :,
Allen Richard, Hubert L. Harris utrons.
many l :
death will be mourned by u large circle of O. )I. UllbsonntlersGu Joyce, ----. -- sU(1 ; r..1 vi>it to our establishment will convince you that

friends and acquaintances. William: Jones, Abraham Joyce, rrled.Ti.t'KEfII.txxtOn inferior HIIt"Mli. the are the Cheapest: I>r, Goods house. while we do not sell
I [ | MJIUILI.. LJUI, Samuel Jarnley Josh Walker, August 21 I. at the Florida, from Jlalue to ,
Our JacJcaonvllle Advertisement*. Dennis Hanks: I Edward: Harris: residence of the brides in Baltimore. J de ,
The attention of the readers of the JiVrorU William Glen. W. W. Owte*, by Ut'" John D. C. \Manna James It.Tucker. T. XgDrw _
Mat, Hill lal')' Halladay. <>f Fernundiua. und! Mb Addle E:. i \ \.rli. OtlUv. v .
.I especially called to the Jacksonville att.Y ._ Joux tS'DoxiUP\ P. )[. J Ihmu, of Jldthnol')111.. I $:i ll'ulkrr; titer t. J n-t ,{ N. Cor. ('>ntre'antl' Third 8t.., ,
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