Florida mirror
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00054505/00134
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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 17, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
oclc - 33834378
notis - AKP5868
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System ID: UF00054505:00134
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ST.ITI; xinvs.Alnchua. !several IIt'Wlntt'l'lllmlOo1: added. She i is to be I except Sunday) leaves: I nke I Oilv at lan:!: 1',1 I t tension i is now being built, and. from tbenoe tang on (tn these lakes a line of steam yachts" '
supplied with new carpets and furniture. m.. arrives at Live Oak at :!'p. m., Madison. through Dartow. in folk oounty, to Tampa. fur freight haul pleasure purposes.!' Ian l I is!'
The :steamer: has rooolved a fresh coat of at .1.35p.m.:: Monticello nt l 1.15\ p, m., and 1'ho Ii"ton Company arc granted: the' privl-( hl'hl'l'rr high on these lake border*, and
Mr.f cinic, turned the fax-booka over to lhecn\in- ready to make her first trip up thc river in except Sunday) It'a"e'l'lInalII: : "eo at 1:45: a. the lands: thus I'cl lltIUI..lu'lfl'01H\ their pur- vhen once they got their eyes upon it, nre
ty commissioners last Tuesday.\ Ho has executed a few days.: Cnton. 1t'., Monticello at WO: II, m., irriveant Madison chn: ..e. Mr.I Ingraham also} secured the State sure to want some of it-that is, if they intend .
hi- work well and made: a very complete A ItxI: IWOl'o1: Poxiiox..-The Dillon syndicate at 7'V::: a. m., Live Oak nt nH: 1m", grant: of lands :along tilt! lino! of the }proposed I to locate anywhere in Florida. Me!'!'!r9.
r assessment\ of the taxable \property of through t thcirsuperintcndcnt: I t, Colonel Lake City at I::! \1The 't. Marks: ( Dranch .ranch[ ) to Lake Apopka! lie further Informs ('haso :and\ Chapman have secured prize in
the county The following are the aggro- 1. Coryell, have: contributed the hmd: +.one trains leave Tallahassee ivory Tuesday, : us that t the :South: Florida Railroad heir two miles of lake frontage. Hilt
gates for thcyenr : Number acreslaiul) 105, amount of $:)00, to bo I awarded 1 1 in I premiums I I '1'lIl1l'tlIIlhl: :Saturday: at.V.5 a, \1\., arriving Company will iuunediately'cumtruct a forty- hough the price they pai,1'n!'! high; they
increase 19,117 ; number of acres improved, at the coming fair of the Stato \Park Association I nt :St. Marks at 7 n. in. : ivturniii1.;, leaveSt. room hotel at the terminus of the railroad can sell every foot of it to-day at a big ad
37,005, increase l, Ut. : value :*' lnilMJ! increase I in Fdmul'Till' awardsill\ be ; :: Marks: at 7l"a.: f m., arriving at Tallahassee on Lake: Tohopknliga: and another at the vance. \Upon the t banks of these lovely
$.3j.0t: ; value! town and city lots given to the best: ':specimens\ of fibrous ti"l'I I at\. m.-I'fari'liiiH.We lower end of Drnhma Island, which is: nttho lakes! these gentlemen propose to build their
$:13.1,83:1: :!, increase $:iu,7st( l ; niiniber horses, sues, dye MuM'starch plant. etc.ilh the !still hear of largonndncrcasing quantities : lower end of Lake} Kissimmeo' thirty- own. Their plan, as Indicated by a large:
mules and asses 2"i4,:: < increase UN! ; number hope of awakening greater interest in the of cotton! within thoorritory of the five mumbles south of Tohopkaliga, on which map, embraces n park over a quarter of a
stork and I neat cattle 1(:,:W7, increase tS-:: ) ; production and preparation\ : of these valuable ,Jacksonville: Poimeohi & Mobile Railroad: island:\ the railroad: company: havo some tilt milo by four hundred foot wide, through the
number sheep amid goats JJt>$01 ; number hogs: staples. The list will bo publihedshortly being. hauled by wagon into toorgia! ) and to acre: of land.: They }propose t'I1Ut} on two centre of which, lengthways\ runs the rail
7;?!)3: value of animals: $:.!;,.).o."ii; : value personal \ by Major lit+scll, the :secretary of the Savannah road: to get tln> benefit t of the now elegant: day boats: : to run between these road. A neat and stylish! depot will Iwi
property, except animals. $'J'iJ7.' (),( :?, increase the :State Fair, and we feint t that it will Gcoruia; Railroad: Commissioner's low hotels, anti another boat, fitted up with erected, which\ will bo about one-fourth of 1\
value personal comfortable accommodations for tourists, mile from the lakes This park will beplanted
'J,071 ; aggregate property awaken a hearty: competition upon\ the sub freights. The beneficiaries of the diversionare
$ol9,730 ; aggregate value of allrol'C'r'\ ject. The action taken' l by, the Ii] .stou purchasers the towns of DainbridThomasvillo, hunters, etc., which latter boat will make with orange trees: nnd it Is!: also proposed -
1 ty $1,873,173, increase $310,00: ( :,! ; total State: i is most commendable, and i is an evidence Juitman and Savannah, in Georgia; and the trips, ny: circumstance! will justify, from the to plant five roof trees on both
tax $15,801.32: increase $l,033.W: !} ; total county of the interest they feel in the development Savannah, Florida & Western: road; ; its victims Drahma t Island Hotel down to and around I sides of the railroad for the entire extent of
school tax $,iG, 10.34: increase .::1 ,'ion( ,11 ; of Flnritla.L'lIiuII. are (the towns of Qulney, Tallahassee, Lake Okechoboo. This: gives an outline of their lands: which will give over n mile of
total county tax $:")!. ,003.1S( : increa"'et4s'7-:! .J:1 ClIn b la Monticello.[ Madison[: \ Jacksonville\ and Fornaiidina the scheme which is to bo immediately developed. orange grove for future tourists to enjoy tt s
3:!. On the matter of the special tax levies Nature, ever bountiful, provides for all in in Florida, and our FloriIrall: Thus! for the first time in tho history they ride down the peninsula. Business:
made to meet the judgments; of Lawton and I'taI18.-I''I'U/IOJII i of Florida will\ the great Okechobee lots for stores, po t-otl1el', churches, schools,
herbs mud of /
sickness: or health: The roots!
Dennis: the tnxhookohow: a total assessment each section restore the debilitated of that Levy Lake mud surrounding country, made: famous shops'! eto./ etc., face tho park on both sides
of$11'J3S.75: : :;, which will give to each section, and I the medicinal springs: are sufficient 11 f r. Hose: ; one of the superintendents of the by the long protracted and bloody This) arrangement; will keep( buildings away
.fV>00.37.! :! -S'tn' nndltee. for all ailments. We are led to say Atlantic & Gulf Coast Canal: and Okechohce Seminole war, be made: accessible! by first- from the depot and! help( carry out tho idea
J'nd/at'd land Company: who has bivn hero. for sometime class:! steamers: and tho South Florida Kail- of tho proprietors to build up the prettiesttown
(his much by the many: expressions: we hear
A good first bale ot long cotton of the season. :Santa;: KOSM county, about four miles, from decided to build the I first lr'tlgo I boat at this I htllltcrsI.llil'iInl: gentlemen. The west! from time depot is: located Hannibal
Bradford county could have enjoyed the F.ogia :station 1 In scrofulous or liver ('tllII'plaillts place, and have contracted with Mr. Pilling- Month Florida. Railroad Company: are to be square, designed for ft church for colored
honor of sending to market the first bale of ; it is given the highest: praise-and to ham to build the hull immediately..\ All commended for their forethought in thus people, and surrounding it are lots which
long cotton this year if the I Hon. K.: J. Wainwright those whose systems:: are debilitated by long the timber and :supplies) are ordered, 1\llIlI1C- giving facility of access: : to (his: fabulous: : region will be sold to negro families! of good character -
had: known how !smart a farmer he sickness n visit is almost a certain return to tive work will begin on Monday next. The and the future will most assuredly! confirm who\ can be depended upon for work In
really was. This gentleman had a heavy health. It has long been known to all or machinery will arrive from New Orleans in heir( good judgment.-South 1'lurlila the family amid in tho grove Residence! lots'
bale ginned and packed, and could have many: of our oldest citizens, but to those short time., The boats are! to he on the improved Junrtml.WINTI.II. of one acre and upwards; are plenty, nnd
scntjt to market on the :20th of August.' If who have recently come among us we wishto "elevator"\ plan, of sufficient( \ capacity : 1'\IIK.-\ : This: i.s the name given to many of these have a line lake frontage,
;anybody; can beat him we should like to tender this bat r.)rtuatiun--it is an old to cut one 111111half miles per month the new town ju+t being started on the while nearly nil havo magnificent lake
:1 know who he is.-MayorKeith has growing tradition that the KngliMi once made: brick They are to he of the latest and most Improved South }Florida Railroad, four miles: north ol( views, (I rove lots of from two to ten ncrcs
in his front yard u prodigy in the way valuable: at or near I'cnsacola: that if the pattern, :and ready for business: in this plan: And fifteen miles this sido of Sanford each\ are provided, 1\0 that the 111:11who .
of a budded orange tree, between three and :spot could bo located the clay would be im about two months. Tho qiiiintimi of draining by Messrs. Chase, of Chicago, and Chapman lives: upon the lake-front lot can have bin:
four years old, heavily laden with fruit. m'lI"dr"aluuhll'. The "eternal fitness" of Lake Ok'c1wLeefill soni' be finally settled of yht.. :\t'htlwlts. Tho name is veryapproptiate ten-acrc grove, If ho desires it, not a quarter
I' The lower limb are so full of well-grown its discovery, just when the old city i is ulo'ing \ in the afilrmative. Mr Hose says then; for the plan contemplates: one of n milo away. Two beautiful, high and
oranges that they have to \\iu supported) with forward in her irresistible:. progress, will is no) doubt of tho success of the undertaking grand park of six I hundred I acres, tilled with commanding! lakc-fromt lots have been' set
props.) We wish it was so that this young :strike the public mind It seems eminently as the plan has been suivcsnful, in Louisiana beautiful winter homes. Winter homes for apart: for' hotel sites!: and one of these Messrs.Chapman .
tree could be taken up, root and branch, and appropriate that it should be brought to under much, greater ditllfiilties.! -feilar Northern families of wealth i istho main idea and Chase! will give let any competent
sent to the Atlanta: Imposition, but there i is light just: in time to add millions of brick to Key Journal.Wo /. I of lie enterprise, and one that is: sure to besuccessful nand! reliable party who will erect thereon -
'. III) use talking about it. His Honor would! \ the monument IVnsncola's: marvelous: liar lit. for tho .'titter of tvcll-tu-dn largo hotel for the accommodation of
.'. not take the biggest ail )prettiest one hundred vauccmeut is rearing in solid! blocks ofbrick" ., met to-d.ty the lot rat's im;.curly: uI \the people in the \u7oareoomiiig; to Florida tvitmtcrryluesty.'; And right hero let us soy,
dollar bill .in Uncle, Sam's treasury forit. C'til1et's"'C'n going> : far as England Florida Southern Kaitrtetd- wh h-I-Iu.ievo: that to I'Ipt'II,1 their whitens Is: rapidly lnereaslug should this meet the ejjjf of some hotel man
We arc satisfied that it would put Bradford and Italy for the lIIalt'rial-untl how liken "dirt is being thrown at :Saitip-'on'rt: ; ':' Point." and, will continue to increase until every looking for"a'n opening;: we can unhesitatingly :. -
f county ahead of any section 'of the romance does the discovery read. It is located The survey is definitely l tutted ns far ns arable spot ground is: occupied, mind assure: them that tho hott 1 business! : pays
:State at Atlanta on tho orange question.; upon tho )beautiful i cllyiew )place of Millwood, leaving that puce a little to the the high pine lands upon tint! borders! of UK handsomely! in this \region. The Digelow
His Honor has about forty very handsometrees Messrs. Arthur and Moses Yniostra! on Ks- right running south. The preliminary survey beautiful clear water lakes of Orange county and Park, located about one mile from Winter .
on his lot, most! of which will\ be hear cambia h(1': ( Arthur is about lin --fol\r from that point to Sugar; hammock was are rapidly, becoming known: as vastly supe Park Station, upon J hake Mailland, were
ing next season.-ftfarkc Telegraph years old, but knew nothing of an old Knglish ; made yesterday, nnd will bo completed to rioI' ill point of health to the malarial districts filled to overflowing! nil last winter 1 by Northern
Columbia. kiln UII the place. Along the bay at Ocala !by this evening. Those! who certainly t of the St. Johns river, and a purer ail people. Tho high plno lands: of this vicinity 1
"-0 cannot possibly attend to our business Dell view the bluff sixty! feet high, and the are in \position: to know. reiterate the previous healthier region we firmly believe cannot bo are free from malaria and havo many
...... ) and answer the numerous letters daily pouring sand and soil drifting from the bluff had assuranco that, their cars will bu in found on the continent of .\lIIel' t'a. The other attractions: for time seekers of health
.1' s in upon us by every mail, so we shall hidden! from sight for more than three- Ocala ninety days front date-.-Ocaht Lace location of the six hundred acres they! have l\Iull'lclllIfl'! such as: hunting, fishing: l boating
x try to !satisfy many inquiries by the following quarters of century the kiln so often fir C, )[. Drown, our successful) real estate m-ured Is us beautiful a.i picture, The etc, etc. Hundreds were turned away
statements : ThU locality is as healthy spoken of by tradition, but always regarded dealer, has made two sales this week to t tract embraces:: territory about one milo last:: winter because they c'l1l1tl.not get accommodations
as any in the United States ; insects are not as) mythical. On the top of the recently discovered Major W. H, }Dial) one of the most:: successful : : square, through the centre of which runs and there will bo five hero next
annoying in the largest portion of Columbia kiln are pine trees growing two feet and progressive business: men of )(IIIi- the railroad, and on the northern, eastern! winter for e'Ol'nllO last A half dozen first-
county ; 110 epidemic disease has ever visited in diameter. The wheel of progress has soy Fin. One tract was till famous Uip and southern borders of which are those class hotels: on (the shores: of these deep
this county, or spread among tho people opened} its long-hidden arches. The line of Drown place,, ," one of till most noted, placesin three lovely lakes\; Muitland, Osceola am clear wa.er lakes would bo kept full every
from cases brought here ; lands are worth the I'cnsacola it Atlantic road was located the county. It lies about five miles southof Virginia, giving nearly two miles of lake winter and fortunes arc In waiting for those
$t.2o:) to $3 per acre ; lumber is plentiful ut directly across its centre, and last: Friday the Ocala, nnd was the first place in this frontage for residence lots.: The entire six who shall build them. A few good board
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& to $15; per thousand} feet ; peaches, grapes, graders in excavating a cut brought to view county in which an orange grove was started hundred acres: I.s: now covered with growth ing-bouses! kept in first-class style, will pay
i plums, oran'gcs, pomegranates, the long-buried tiles and bricks. The !bricksarc for profit after tho war. After the close of of tall and gru'l'full'ill1( and a carpet of handsomely: during tho winter season
;" and pears are the fruits chiefly raised ; cotton unlike any shapes} now used In this sec that event and the consequent disruption\ of rich green grass, with no sign of a town save Messrs.Chaseand Chapman havealrcudy contracted
' sk, corn, sugar and rice are now the chief tion-being eleven inches long, seven wide the old system of things! Mr. Gip Drown, a half dozen cabins: of original; homesteaders :: for the erection of one, which will
e crops ; the water is excellent ; plenty of public and two inches thick. Tho tiles nre about the father of : lands subject to entry ; local merchants the same size, except that they aro only hud been dethroned, and that the citizens of platform known Oscoolastation: f/oni UK here aro good-opportunities to make livings:;
keep all articles necessary ; freights are reasonable about half an inch thick They are both Florida would have to turn their attention fact that it i.s one mile duo west of tie Illinois while IJUi"lingII' orange, groves. It must
; telegraphic railroad offices, a remarkably bright new-looking, considering to other timings, so in the summer of 18ft( he settlement of that name on the east ho remembered that this region Is cvnijtanttlnly -
postal money-order ofllce, churches, schools: the long time which has elapsed before set out eighteen acres of his: land in wild bank of Lake Osceola. All[ around (lie tract new, but there! are now within a radiusof
and hotels in this town ; very few houses to they were resurrected, antI they arc as good orange trees and budded them the same are flourishing orange groves and !Jl'autifulwinter two miles of Winter Park Station at least
rent, but land is plentiful and material as the day they were moulded. Specimenshave year. Mr. Brown dying a few years afterwards homes! and) the land would long ago fifty families of cultivated and \well-to-do
t cheap ; wages range at $l5 to$75 per month, been deposited with Captain W. D.Chipley the trees were neglected, and most! of have been secured as u town Mite had. it been people' from tho North who are attracted
owing to skill and employment ; many good ,Vice-president of the IVnsacola them perished. It is: as handnomo place jKissihlu' to purchase it, but cortuin contests, here by the delightful cliunuto and scenery,
water ill sites hereunimprovcd ; a bank Atlantic road, which opened the kiln, and as there is in the county, and Is! as: well now satisfactorily settled, prevented. No one and the adaptability of the soil to the culture
!is needed ; this) is the county town. Its ex- also a vice-president of the Atlanta Exposition : adapted to orange growing, as the twenty can look it over, as we did the other day, am: of tho orango and other semitropicalfruits. : .
ports I last year reached $375,000, not including to which place he will forward them trees around the old homestead: will testify.These not nay that it is just the place for a town These families embrace all classes
lumber. If you want a home in Florida for exhibition. The bricks!: will be accompanied trees are thirty-two! yean old[, fresh and for'a collection of winter homes, which and callings. Business men like John P.
come here.-The drouth has cut short the by a specimen: of the clay also, cut and vigorous in appearance, and aro heavily is tho main idea of its proprietors No words Morton, the wealthy publisher of Louisville,
tobacco crop, and already the advance in from the bank In a solid mass. )(r, Dartel- loaded with fruit. There are one hundred of ours can paint the picture presented by K.V., and W. C Comstock, of the Chicago(
leaf tobacco this season ha reached sixty man, of New Jersey, a practical, potterer other trees on lie place bearing and one those three beautiful lakes!' set like crystal Doard of Trade; medical men like IrlJe.cr.:
per cent. Now there i is probably no part of looking for a location delighted with this hundred more just coming into bearing, and gems among the graceful pines with which M. Iof, Illinois and O. C. Haskell, M, 'D.,
the country where this crop, can bo more clay lIe made several jug handles of it, the crop this year !ilt estimated at one thou. their high and winding banks are thickly of idSnchusctta! ; millionaires like Lewis
profitably raised than In this part of Flori and says they are the first he has ever made sand boxes. One hundred acres of the land studded. They cover from 3110> to 500: acres: Lawrence of Utica and J, M. Willcox, of
0 da. The only drawback is that our people with clear water "-a term readily under. is still virgin forest ; one hundred acres are each, their shores are delightfully: Irregular, Philadelphia) [ ; military men like Colonel E..,
t are not acquainted with tho manner of saving stood by potterers. He threw cold water on cleared and was once heavily timbered ham with a pleasant:: and convenient rise (rom H. Llvingston[ New York and General
: and curing it for market. A tobacconistlast them without cracking, and stated that it mock and one hundred] and sixty acres is i tho water's edge These waters aro as clearas French and Major Marks, of Georgia f; ccclplsiastical ,
year, seeing sample of the leaf grown: was the severest! test k'nown. Our opinionis excellent mixed land. The price paid was crystal and pure and soft as ruin-wattr ; men like nevi N. Robinson, former*
here informed one of the merchants that it that a largo establishment will grow nut $10,000, and as big as this may sound we no green scum is ever seen upon) their! surface ly jnistor of the Second Baptist, Chnrch of
was a choice sample and a crop! would bring of this.-I'fiiiaculn Gazette, think that Major Dial has struck a bonanza. ; they are from, twenty to sixty feet Ht. J.ouls. and Bishop! Whipple, of''Minnesota -
buyers. If a.few of the Virginia and North Leon He also bought eighty: acres on Orange avenue deep and full of tho most' delicious fish. It ; statesmen like Governor Sinclair of
*' Carolina farmers would but come and try it, TUB NEW HtutDvLF.-1'he Ml schedules two miles from town for which he ; is only a little over a year ago sluice the railroad New Hampshire ; lawyers like Judge Wilkinson
the business would go on. If our people on Jacksonville, }'clI cola& Mobile and paid f r>))0. We applaud the Major's judg-; : that great civllizcr\ penetrated Into of South Carolina ; educational men
would grow enough for home use It would Florida Central railroads went into effect'on tent and wish him! great JlIIC't'f8. and hope ;, this region, but its beauty and Its healthfulness like Professor IJurt, of LouinviUe ; scientific
save $::OOOO, annually to this, county, which Sunday the 11th last There are now two to claim him as a citizen as wdli a ta x- had becomo known to the outside men like J, C. Stovln an English civil engi
,, goes out never to return. It Is a crop which trains per day each way, Train No. 1 (daily) pay er.-Ocuh 11/JIw.er. I world, and wealthy men from the North had veer, etc.,'etc. Such men as the above make
requires two years to realize from at first, leaves Jacksonville\ at 0:10: I'. m., Lake Cityat O.taIlYf' I 'built winter home, upon the banks of these up ,,' satiety that would be pronounced
but when once the business i is started it goton -* 1:10 a. m., arriving at Live'Oak at ::13 a. The assessment! roll of Orange county foots : 1 'Uutirullak(... and planted orange groves, "g'nx1"tlij' the most: critical In ally"part ol
fl'gularly.-l.ake Wily JUiturter I m., Madison! at 4:25 a. m., Montlcello at 0 a. up H total of 11,700,001); an Incruawiof$100,. ,. borne. of which are now bearing.; Since the the wurki'wJElr as tlclijhtul'alltI healthy
Jtuval. m I I m., and Tulhthaasctf at 8 1&. III., and leavingfor 000 over last year's B.i3t'l'JoIUent.-Uy agree. advent of the railroad score of others have tt,t1iiliat'p. i can Lo tQuntJ In any part of the
The steamer /i'oi ha been thoroughly ChatUihoochee ut 9:30 a. m., where It arrives rhent between the Piston' Company and .1 come lu, and In a very short time the shoresof sure"orli1wltl\tiu.ilitlc\-secWcrtns will ai gratifying the 'invalid and the plea-with
overhauled, and U now one of the hand- at 12:2in.. Train No. 2 (daily) ,I Governor Dloxbam. )t r, Ingraharn 1'rwi- these fair lake' with a frontage of between n magnificent 1oc&i.tiClnr& """wo predict that the'
KOineot, a* well as the mo t commodious, leaves Chattahoochee at 2uO p. in., arrivingat dent of the South Florida Railroad, tai secure nine and ten miles, will be Mned with future of Winter rark.wUIx**' { steamers engaged the up river business.: Tallabawec at 5:lO 1). m., and leaves here the relea-w to. the South Florida Hail- abucccwion! ofjbcautiful villas hurrouudcil sanguine exiw#atlon'joClll i : _prnjector
While at Savannah her hull was overhauled going east at 0:30: m.. Muntkcllo 7:10 aJ Originally fuming here 'h u't'eaa ch pf With,
1' at p. r Conijiany, through tho land of the
by orange grove This I is mi fancy I picture. which they have found, they?Have deter
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and boiler retired( l. and new decks put I III., 3Iadi on at Ih50 p. us.. Live Oak at 115 Ii U.ton .pun-ha-' ?alternate vvcuMxtiuru i but one that Is certain of a tlt-Uxhtful real I.Z4tii I. mined ohm a IIl'rmalh.lt home tW' Ut"-'J\U-
Sims her return to this city the upper 111'1 i a. nt., Lake City at 2v; ) a. m., ami arrive at fur ..is mile on each aite! of tho road from : r have been extended, the saloon widened an4 Jacksonville at U50.a.. m. Train No.3 (daily Ud.U1ct'J to LaU'Toli-JptiJi\ :! n l, Mlrrw, the c". hali- churtcrwl for the purp-ue. o( Lint liepur1e(. of their tow.t- .., y


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oSl'.17'I: xmvs. !le\'I'lIIH'W stateroomadded.\ : h. :She i is! to bo except :Sunday) leaves lake I Oily at 12'ft: ::\'> p.m. tension i is now I being \built i and from\ t thence thug, on to these lakes a line of steam yachts!t tI'M
suppliedith\ I new carpets :and furniture ., arrives at Live O.ik at :2! p. m.. Madison I through I'.artow, in 1'01"lIlIlIty\; to Tampa( freight) aril pleasure purposes.( Ijind is
I lu c1utrf. and The Dillon, Company ore r\II'llthl1: ( iris\'I.i hl'hl'l'r high on these lake borders, and)
: The steamer has received a Iresh coat of at I.:*) p. m., Monticollo( at ila: ( p m.,
Mr.( (leo.. \V. Hawthorn t assessor of 1 revenue paint throughout, and will probably' be Tallahassee at 8 p. in. Tra n No. 4 (daily: K g> of "dl'dill.ttllto; :; lands elsewhere' for well it may )be, for wealthy Northerners,
turned the tax-bnok orel'to tlio county ready to make her first I trip up the 1' \'l'l'ill except Sunday) leaves Tallahassee-: : : l-l."i: a. the lands thus relinquished from their \purchase. when once they get their eyes upon it, are
t commissioners hv>t Tuesday. lie has: ex a few days.- I'lihu. m., )Monticcllo 0:50: ) u. m., trrivcsnt Madison Mr. Ingrabam also Cl'lIrl"thl'\ State star\ to want some of it-that I is, if they Intend -
('eutCtIlis work well ail made a very complete A "iKXKKovs: HnS'\l1ns-Thc: : Disston *yniliciup at 7'V:: a. m., Live: Oak at {nti: II, m., grant of lands along\ time I lint'of the proposed' to locate anywhere In Florida. Me!! rs.'base .
of the taxable of Lake Apopknl: He further Informs ( and Chapman have secured, a prize in
assessment property ; through theirsuporinlendent\ Colonel Lake City at I 12: m. TlieSt t. Marks Branch branch to \
the The following arc the !; us that the :South; Florida RailroadCompany heir two miles of lake frontage Hut
county. aggro-: 1.l'urycll\, have contributed, the h\II1IolI\1 t trains loavo Tallahassee\ every Tuesday,
gates f rthe 'cllr : Xllmhl'rm'l'l's: 453, in."), amount I 01'oil! oO, to he awarded I in \premiums i Thursday and Saturday: : at ."r. ?"> H, in., arriving will immediately const forty- though the price they paid was high., they
increase W.1t7111Inhl'r; of aero improved 1 at the coming f.iir of the :State: I'arkq"IIl'i- at :St.: Marks nt 7 a. in. : roturnimr! \leaveSt. : room hotel at the terminus of (the railroad an sell every foot of it to-day at a big: advance.
37OO.i! increase l.iUt : value :j:1otn:1 !), tH5!) increase I aliiui in lYlmi.iry. The awardsill bo : Marks at 7:1": I ) a. mu., arriving! ; at Tallahassee on Lake. Tohopkaliga\ \; : 1111Illlllthl'l' at the Upon thc banks of these lovely
$.:3Kil: : ( ; value town and city lot!! given In the best t specimens of fibrous (tissue at J n a, m.-Fhriilhin. lower end of Hrahma( : Island, which i iat:, lakes these gentlemen\ propose' to build their:
*53.S52:\: :{, ;): increase $5R,7sl! l ; number 1 horses, dye stud's, starch plants etc., with the We still hear of largeand\ h1'reasiuggmut\ tho lower end. of Lake Kissimmeo, thirty- tnWlI, Their plan, as indicated! by a largo
mules ami asses'l,3d0:! increase\ l"i ; number hope\ of awakening, a greater: interest in t the tit it'" of cotton wilhin i tie -erritory of the five miles south of Tohopkaliga; on which nap, embraces! a paik\ over a quarter of a
stock and neat cattle ir.V57: : increase l.'W: ; production preparation of these valuable : Jacksoiuillo; Ponxacola *; Mobile Railroad\ : island the railroad; company have some 400 tulle by four hundred feet wide, through; the
"_ (IHH) number of I HI. They to put on t two centre of which! lengthways, runs the rail
number sheep trial goats ; hogs staples Tho 1M t will he published, being" hauled by wagon into icorgia( ; and to acres 1\1\ propose
7,2)2!): value of animals $:!"IIIIii"lIlue! > ; personal shortly by Major: Russell, the secretary of Savannah: road: to get the benefit of the new elegant) day boats to run between these road. A neat and stylish depot will im
I property, except animals, $::!'i7.5' () (! :!, increase (the Stale Fair, /111.1n1 trust that it will (teiirgia!!: I Railroad:: 1 Commissioner's\ low hotels! ami\ another boat, fitted( up with erected, which will be about one-fourth of n
$'.),{)jl ; aggregate value personal property awaken a hearty competition upon the sub freights. The bcncficiariob! uf tho diversion comfortable accommodations for tourists t mile from the lakes. This:: park will be
$.jHli.' O : aggregate value of all proper ject. The action taken by the Disston purchasers lire the towns of lUinbridgo, Thomasville, hunters, etc, which latter boat will make planted with orange trees, and it is also proposed
1 $1.873,178: increase UO,002: :! ; total State : is most commendable, and i is an evidence Quitman and Savannah, in (feorgia, and theSavannah trips: as circumstances: will justify, from the ::! to plant five rows of trees on both
tax $1.3, nt.3: increase $.,03J.)0: : !) ; total county of the interest they feel in the development I Florida'stcra: road ; its viotims Drahma Island Hotel down to and around sides of the railroad for the entire extent of
school tax $.G1U, : increase t,7on.l-I ; of h'Inrida.-Cniwr. i t are the towns of Quincy, Tallahassee' Lake Okcchobeo. This gives an outline of their lands, which will give over a mile of
total county tax $:J,00.1S, increase.. :!7- l;, ('(lJIl bitt, Monticello, Madison, Jacksonville\ and Fernandina the scheme which is to be immediately developed. orange grove for future tourists to enjoy ads
32.: On the matter of the special tax levies! Nature, ever !bountiful, provides for all in in Florida, umid' our lo'l l'hlrllil: I Thus for the first: time In the hiitorr they ride down tho peninsula flushness:'
made to meet the judgments Lawton and Is-Konowi i of Florida will the great Okechobee ; lots for stores, post-atiice, churches, schools,
sickness or health The herbs and roots! of I'OlI:
Dennis, the tax-books! show a total assessment Levy. Lake and surrounding country, made\ famous Miop., etc., etc, face the park on both sides.'
each !section restore the debilitated of that
of$ll,2:5S.7:J '->, which will give to lltchfGO,3i.SIlIt sufficient Mr.( Rose, oneof the superintendents of the by the long protracted and bloody This arrangement will keep buildings away
section and the medicinal springs are
:; and B c. :; Atlantic it Uulf Coast Canal and\ OkechobeeIjuul Sem'molc war, bo made accessible, by first- from the depot and help carry out the idea
for all ailutcnls.I'c are led to say
llradfortl.A Company who has Ill"lIlal'l'l) for sometime class\ steamers( ant) the South Florida Railroad of the proprietors to build up the prettiesttown
this much by the many expressions we
good deal i is now being said about the of the efllcaey of ) David's Springs in past, informs us that his company have for all class: (\'isitorg-ln\'alhl:4: tourists I in nil Florida.: Ono quarter of n milo
first bale ot long cotton of the season. :Santa; Itosn county, about four miles from decided to build tho f firstVlnilge! : boat at this hunters-ladies. and gentlemen. The west. from the. depot Iii located Hannibal
Bradford county could have enjoyed the scrofulous liver place: and have contracted with )((1'. nillin South Florida Railroad Company are to be square, designed fur a church for colored.
Dogia .t:ltiOIl, In or complaints
honor of sending to market the first: bale of l ( :: it is given the highest: pl'llii'e-Ulll to ham to build the hull-immediately. All\ commended their forethought in thus people, and surrounding it aro lots which
long cotton this year if the lion. K.: J. \1 aio- those whose :systems, arc debilitated by long the timber and :supplies are ordered, and active giving facility of access' to this fabulous; region will be sold to negro:; families: of good character
wright had known how smart a farmer he sickness l1l visit is almost a certain return to work\ will begin; on Monday! next. The and the future will most assuredly confirm : who can be depended upon for work in
will arrive frontew Orleans in t their judgment.--Soamfl. I'hrida tilt family and !in the Hl' i"enlot"
really was. This gentleman had a I heavy 1 health. It has long been known to all\ or machinery good : : grove
bale ginned and packed, and could have many: of our oldest citizens, but to those a short (time. The boats are to be on the improved Jonrmtl. of 0110 aero and upwards are plenty, and
sent it to market on the 20th of August Ifanylodr who have recently come among us we wish "elevator'1\ plan, Of sunieient: capacity \\'u; rlm I'AUK.-This is the name given to many: of these have a lino lake: frontage,
; can beat him we !should. like to to tender this info\'lnatioll-It is nn old to cut ono and a half miles per' month. the new town just being started on the i while nearly 1lravo/ magnificent\ lake
t 1 know who he is.-MayorKeith( has growing tradition that the Knglish: once: made brick They arc to he of the latest ami most h improved :South; FIIII'hlUailrOllI; four miles north of views, throve lots of from two to ten acres
in his:, front yard a prodigy in the, way so valuable or near 1'ensacola: that if the pattern, and ready for business in this place And fifteen miles: this! side of Sanford each are provided, so that the man who .
of a budded, orange tree, between three and spot could located the clay would be immensely about two months. The question: of draining by Messrs.[ Chase! of Chicago: and Chapman lives upon tho lake-front lot can have his
I four years old, heavily: laden with, fruit.i valuable The[ "eternal fitness" of Lake Okechobeo will f>omi be (finally settled of Massachusett.s. Tho name is very ten-aero grove, if ho desires! it, not quarter
I' The lower limbs arc so: full of well-grown its discovery, just when (the. old city is moving in the ahlirm uttive, !Mr Rose lays there appropriate, for the plan contemplates ono of a milo away. Two bountiful, high and
oranges that they have to bxs !supported with forward in her irresistible:. progress"' will is no doubt of the success ">f tIe undertaking grand) park of six hundred acres, filled\ with commanding lakefront lots have been set
}I1'Opo'c: wish! it was so that this young strike the public mind. It seems eminently i as the plan has been) successful in Louisiana l- beautiful( winter tmonues.'i muter homes! for apart) : for hotel sites, and one of these Messrs.
tree could be taken up, root and branch, and appropriate that it should be brought to under much greater llillil'ultil'I-Ctltll' Northern families wealth is time main idea Chapman: and Chase will yu't' to any competent
t sent to the Atlanta Exposition, but there is light just in time to add.l millions of brick to J\ry JI)111'I1/11. ) of the enterprise, and line that is Mire\ to bo and reliable party who will erect thereon -
.. no use talking about it. His Honor would the monument Pensaool.i's marvelous 'advancement Marlon.Wo successful:, for the flMiiber. of W'ttlltOpoople \ u largo hotel for the accommodation\ of
not take the biggest and prettiest ono hundred is rearing in stolid blocks of met, to-day thcMmj( \'>Y in mi coups ot t pit in tbu North who are coming, toFlor- wliiter :guests;. And right!; hero let iw: say,
',' dollar bill in Uncle Sam's: treasury: for brick: edifices-even going far as I England Florida :Southern: Ruilrtmd, who l.lievo that Ida to upend' their win I era Is rapidly Incrcas! should this meet tho ejp.of som! hotel man
it.I'c arc satisfied that it would put, Bradford and Italy for the JIIall'rial-ullll how like a "dirt is being thrown at ?uilip' county ahead of any section 'of the romance docs the discovery read.! It is ]located The (survey is: definitely l.icatcd as far n.sMillwood : cry arable spot of ground is occupied, /aunt assure! tlil'llIlJlllt tho hotel business pay!'!
a :State at Atlanta on the orange question.; upon the beautiful:; Itellyicw }place of leaving that place a little to till) the higi iiine lands upon tho borders of tin handsomely in this region, Tho Digelow
His Honor[ has about forty very handsometrees Messrs.[ :; Arthur and Moses Yniestra, on F.s- right running south The preliminary survey hcatrtIful'letr water lakes: of Orange; county and Park, located about one mile from Win
on his lot, most of which will bo bearing cambia hay, )[1'. Arthur is about fifty-four from that point to :Sugar; hammock, was arc rapidly becoming: known ns vastly superior tcr Park Station, upon Lake Maitland, were
next season.' -Clarke Telegraph years old, but knew nothing of an old Kng made yesterday, and will be completed to in point of health lo the malarial districts filled to overflowing all last winter by, Northern
Col II lit 11 la.Yo dish killl' un the place. Along the IJIat Ocala by this evening. Those who' certainly of the St. Johns: river, and u purer am people. Tho high pine lands of this vicinity
cannot possibly attend our business Itellvicw the bluff N :sixty feet high, and the are in position to know, reiterate the pre. healthier region we firmly believe cannot be. are free from malaria, and !have many
... \ and answer the numerous letter daily }pouring sand and soil drifting from the bluff had vious assurance that their cars will bo in found 1 on tho continent America., The other attractions for tho seekers of health
,p'"' s in upon us by every mail, :so we shall hidden from !sight for more than three- Ocala ninety days\ from date-Ocula Lucoit, location of the six hundred acres they have and pleasure, such as hunting, fishing, \*>al-
try to satisfy many inquiries by the following quarters of century the kiln so often Mr, C, M, Drown, our :successful\ real 1 estate :' secured as beautiful I a. u picture The inn etc., etc Hundreds were turned away
statements : Thi.i locality is as healthy spoken of by tradition, but always regardedas dealer, has made two sales this week to tract embraces I :: a territory about one milt last winter beausethey could not get accommodations
as any in the United States ; insects are not mythical. On the top of the recently discovered Major W. II. Dial, ono of tho most successful square, through the centre of which run and there will ho five hero next
annoying in the largest portion of Columbia kiln are pine trees growing two feet and }progressive! business men of Madi- the railroad, and on the northern, eastern winter for c'ernile last .\ half dozen first-
county ; no epidemic disease has ever visited in diameter. The wheel of progress: has 80\1 FIll One tl"act01 thin famous Ulp and southern borders of which are those class hotels on the shores 6f these deep,
t this county, or spread among the people opened\ its loug-hidtlen arches Tho line of Drown place," ono of tho most noted placesin three lovely lakes, Maitland, Osceola aid clear water lakes would bo kept full every
from cases brought here ; lands are worth the l'ensaeolAtlantic road was located tho county. It lies about five miles south Virginia, giving nearly two miles of lake winter, and fortunes are in waiting fortho.se
$l.2o to $3 per acre ; lumber is plentiful ati directly across its centre, and last Friday the of Ocala, and was the I first place in Ibis frontage for residence lots. The entire six who shall build them A few good boardinghouses .
I i $5 to $I;) per thousand: feet ; peaches, grapes; /graders in excavating a cut brought to view county in which nn orange grove was. startedfor hundred acres: I is now covered with growth kept in first-cla.ss style, will pay
\ apricots, plums, oranges, figs, pomegranates, the long buried tiles and bricks. The bricks profit after the war. Alter the close of of tall and graceful: .pines and a carpet of handsomely during\ the winter season,
, and pears arc the fruits chiefly\ raised ; cot- are unlike any shapes now used in this section that event and the consequent disruption\ of rich green grass, with, no sign of a town save 'f'ssrs.Chuseanml Chnl'lIIanluwcn contracted
ton, corn, sugar and rice are now the chief -being eleven inches long, seven wide the old system of things!, Mr. (!ip Drown, a half dozen cabins of original homesteaders for the erection of cue, wliich will
, crops ; the water Is excellent ; plenty of public and two inches thick. Tho tiles are about tho father of C. M[., at once saw, that cotton: a saw. -nmill, tho railroad and an open be ready for thirty guests by December 1st.
lands subject to entry ; local merchants the same size, except that they arc only had been dethroned, and (that the citizens of platform known as Osceola&tation, grunt the Here are good-opportmnittes to make livings
keep all articles necessary ; freights are reasonable about half an inch thick. They are both Florida would have to turn their attention fact that it Is one mile duo west! of the JIIi.! while! building up orango groves.' It must
; telegraphic and railroad offices, a remarkably bright and ncw-looking, considering to other things, BO in the summer of 1800( he nois settlement of that minute on the cast! be remembered that this region Is cmtjiaruUnit -
postal moncy-ordcroflice, churches, schools the long time which has elapsed before feet out eighteen acres! of his land in wild bank of Lake OSl eola, All around.I the tract ,/ new but there aro now within a radium
and hotels in this town ; very few houses to they were resurrected, and they arc as good orange trees and budded them the same are flourishing orange groves mid beautiful' of two miles of Winter Park Station at !least
rent, but land is plentiful and material as the day they were moulded. Specimenshave year Mr. Drown dying a few years afterwards winter homes, and the land\ would long ago fifty lainllic.s' of cultivated and well-to-do
cheap ; wages range at $15 to$75 per month, been deposited! with CaptainY.. i). the trees were neglected, and most of have been secured as a town site /had it beenpossible people from thin North who are attracted
$ owing to skill and employment ; many good VhilIt'y,\ -president of the I'ensacola it them }perished. It is as handsome\ a placeas to }pun:base it, but certain contests, hereby the delightful.climmate and scenery,
water.n ilI sites ure here unimproved ; a bank Atlantic road, which opened the kiln, and there is in the county, and i is as well now satisfactorily: settled, prevented. No one and the adaptability of the soil to" the culture
is needed ; this is the county town. Its exports also vice-president of the Atlanta Exposition adapted to orango growing, as the twenty can look it over, as we did tho other day, and of time orange and other semitropical .
last year reached $.)i5:000.: not including to which place he will forward them trees around the old homestead! will testify. not May that it i.s just the place for a town fruits. These families; embrace all classes
lumber. If you want a home in Florida for exhi ition. The bricks will be accom These trees are thirty-two years!! old, fresh and for'a collection of winter homes, which and calling: ImMne.s.s men like John 1).
come here.-The drouth has cut short: the panied }by a specimen of the clay also, cut and vigorous in appearance, and are heavily is the main idea of its proprietors. No words Morton, the wealthy publisher Louisville,
tobacco crop, and already the advance in from the bank in a solid mass. Mr. Uartel- loaded with fruit. There are one hundred of ours can paint the picture presented by Ky., and W. C. Comstock of tho Chicago
leaf tobacco this season has: reached /sixty: man, of New Jersey, a practical potterer other trees on the place bearing and one those: three beautiful lakes, set like crystal Hoard of Trade; medical men like Ira leer! ,
per cent. Now there is: probably no part of looking for a location, is delighted with this hundred more just coming into bearing, and gems among the graceful pines with which M. 1).,..('f Illinois, and C. C. Haskell, M, D.,
the country where this crop can be more clay. lie made several jug handles of it, the crop this year I li: estimated at one thousand their high and winding banks are thickly of ifflwchusetts' ; millionaires like LewisLawrence
profitably raised than in this part of Mori- and says they are the first he has ever made boxes. One hundred acres of the landis btudded. They cover from 800 to :500: acres of Utica, and J. M. Willeox, of
.. dam The only drawback is that our (people with clear water"-a term readily understood still: virgin forest ; one hundred acres are each, their shores are delightfully irregular, Philadelphia( ; military men like Colonel.
. are not acquainted with the manner of saving by potterers. lie threw cold. water on cleared and' was once heavily timbered hammock with it pleasant utid convenient rise from 11. LivingstonHof New York, and General
and curing it for market. A tobacconistlast them without cracking, and stated that it and one hundred and sixty acres is the \vater' edge. These water are as clearas French and Major Marks, of Georgia ; cock
year, teeing a sample of the leaf grown: was the severest teat k'nown Our opinion excellent mixed land. The price paid was crystal and pure and soft as rain-water ; .slastical men like Roy Robinson, formerly
I here, informed one of the merchants that it is that a largo establishment will grow nut $10,000, and as big as fliis may sound we no green scum is ever Keen UJMHI their sur pastor of the Second Baptist Church of ;
was a choice sample and a crop would bring of this.! -I'cnsacola Gazette, think that Major Dial has struck a bonanza face ; they are from twenty to sixty feet tit: Louis, and bishop Whipple, of'Minnesota p
buyers. If a,few of the Virginia and North Leon. He also bought eighty acres on Orange avenue deep and full of the most delicious! fish. It ; statesmen like (Jovcrnor Sinclair, of
t Carolina farmers would but come and try it, THE New 'UEDtLE.-1'he: full scheduleson two miles from town for which he is only a little over a year ago since the railroad New Hampshire ; lawyers like Judge Wilkinson :
the business would go on. If our people the Jacksonville, l'ensacolattMobfleand paid $f(3< ($). We applaud the Major's judgment that great civilizcr, enctrated Into of iSonth Carolina; educational men
would grow enough for home use it would Florida Central railroads went into effect'on and with him great success, and hopeto this region, but its beauty and its healthfulness like Professor ljurt of Louinville ; scientific
save $20,000 annually to this county, which Sunday the 11th lust There are now two claim him as a citizen at well asatav- I had! become known to the outside men like J. C, Stovin an KnglUh: civil engi'
,, goes out never to return. It is a crop which trains per day each way. 't1"o1in0, 1 (daily) payer.-Octili ]ltJlwef.Ju.ge.. j world, and wealthy men from the :North had racer, etc.,'('tc. Huch men liS the above makeup
requires two years to realize from at first, leaves Jacksonville at 0:10 1'. in.. Lake r but when once the business is started it go4-s 1:10: a. m., arriving at l.h'c'Uak at 2:15: a.m. I. The a.'lIIlI1UJJt! roll of Orange county foots I IJt outiflJllakoJ and .planted orange groves, "gmxxl"i1the most l'rltiCllln any part of
on rl'gularly.- City Heater, ., Madison at 1:3.5: a, m., Montictllo at fi a. upii total of$1,700,00"; an (increase of$100 some of which are now hearing- Since the the worda Yith as delightful mid healthy
Jill vat. i m., Tallaha-swdat at 8 a. m., and leaving 000 over last year'u a.i ;,IJImt.-1Sy agree- advent of the r:1llroallllCor of others have tt Hiinar( .'a* crni b04<)un The steamer Runt ha been thoroughlyoverhauled for Cliattihuuchee at 9:30 a. in., where it arrives inept' between the 1Ji1,ton Comjuuiy! and come tti, and in a very short time the. shoresof ock'eriiWf1laithe Wotrdwhl\1auUticij( ,for gratifying invalid!, and the plea-with
and It now one of the hand- at 12:23 p. mu. Train No. :2 (daily) I Uoftnior( Dloxham. Mr. Ingrahani, President these air lakes, with a frontage of between n magnificent looo.tlon-.t, predict that the
so nit*t, as well as the moat commodious, leaves Chat tallUl.JChoo at 2:30 1'. in., arriving I of (the South Florida Railroad!, has ccureJ nine and' ten miles, will) he lined with future of Winter l'arlwUl: cxuewt the nuft
steamers engaged; in the up river business, at Tallahassee at b::3l' p. m., and leaves: here the release to the South Florid Itail- ufcuccesaion of beautiful villas feurroundot sanguine exxMaJiait| 1 )CJ(|'tIrt\praOriginally > : .

While at Savannah her hull was overhauled : goiiig east, at C10: p. in., MonUvclIu at 7:10 p. : road Company, through tho land of the by orange groves. This. U no fancy .picture, which they coming hare hcre'ta'seat found, they*h have of lstealth\ktt'-l ,.
and' boiler repaired, and new decks put ill : m., MadUon at 9:50 p. m., Live Oak at 12:15: l>U"tou pnrrha*', time alteruateeveusxttuns I but one that Li certain of a deligbtful; reali. mined up-m a lttrtlUUH.'Ilt j h"u i !/r7.>UNelm,
t ;line her ret am to this city the upper decks :. a. m., Luke City at 2.Via. 1"., and arrive at .I for .ix voiles un each *!Me uf the road (rulllCJrlUJtW z.iti.u. Already the (Central Canal (Company ty, and will bend every vnerjjjr .t-, f1 .3k'" D
have teen extended' the saloon widened J Jack nvHe! tbVJ grand' ruts esys of their tow ._-.1- ..vt
at Train
r au > a m. No.3 (daily to lake! Tuhopt..li: a, x !YJtr'J (hccx* has Vu charicrvU for thw purpose of put. Jkp.rrfrc. .


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r Frank will 1 yiju, ?" She sank on Mrs. Pierrcpoint's face, a softer "righ- faith in other thing, which you nearly destrovcd -
all forgive
out agaln! a sky bright with me :
TirE standing:
I FIG ..1I1mCllANT.I : it seemed I will not I deeply
Tot I II the glory of t the Ilc'l'iilllnJt'41a: \'. Mrs. Pier- down 011 her k iec!", and relieved' her excited ness in her e 'e-l'\'er' one, \ this Ifeuk. 1\11
II that
-I rrpoilit drew a low chair to the open window mind with one of those long; (fits of nobbing, Frank, even this I \\, worn-out' creature.The I grieved the hnpiI'Il'I1 I

!, In the name of the Prophet, ligs !I"' and lay back with closed' cyo!! She such as only) wbmen know. woman closed' the door! daik; lh'l, without (1 but I appreciate cannot. l'nel'osiy. ,
the narrowstairs accept
Through the drowse of the noon afar could( not I believe it. could not realize: it ; u word, led! the way up (shook at, She stood like statue before him, her
':; Co Came' droning tho Arah vendor's cry, that for which she had given up so' much r\n-r, x1.-wmmrriulI.u'ch.; : I which croaked she stopped before everystep. hands extended, her face uplifted toward .

nnd As he threaded the thronged bazar. was her's' at last, her very own, not held, nt The way which lies between, Prince's (Gate" On the second story: stl; the joyful tear of a moment ago
:: With the courage, that comes of faith, the caprice of a sickly old; \ man. Only six Whitcchapd' is' neither short nor pleasant a door No l\ockel1: in thcic. I'll h11 lay on her cheek i; t the smile was frozen on
Ho neither had thought nor care, month.! and he11'1 free ; long dreary there is whole series of cuts and windings sullen htr lips, but the cheek was ghastly pule
f ; t the janitress, ;
Though the lip flf'tiO) scornful Greek might months! of self-depression they had: been ; and I unexpected( I t turnings' to be takenvet. ; iit you've the same('UIII' paltl't showing t the visitor: into there was no color in the full lips.! She felt

ft t curl hut they were over, and her reward was neither locality experiences alllerinllS, the and (the door her. as if ole ole Wl'Ie stabbing her ammo! her
room slamming
t t1t4'L Or tho insolent Frank might stare. greater than she had ever dared to hope !
inconvenience inacceiwibillty
she had from t the comparative Minnie was not sorry for the respite! ; now heat blood was flowing, drop by drop, as
do her never
: to justice,
( ,
ticE .1 : of the other. had! for which, consciously she .
In the name of the Prophet, figs 1" that the moment
herl'leU'with' unworthy I cOle
much occupied' speculation. The glaring; July sun boat down upon t the she had shapedthe Ho had quite gently, quite imper
: unconsciously, :
A traveler, loitering near, .) :She: clasped her hands t tightly together ( or !iok,1
Half screened in n niche's deep recess, and t the fingers of her right hand: pavement\ ,shedding a fierce light on all latter part of her lifo, she fet I vague 10181but whose expression lie .
\ Turned languidly round to hoar. in contact with her wedding, ring. Poor around ; making I the staring geraniums\' in fear a terrible anxiety ', though ) dO\\'I : h(1 careful: to repress in voice and

Out scarce liad the Arab passed Mr.came Pierrcpoint I I He must have: loved her t the flower-boxes look redder t than ever, and in Itcr heart lay certainty of success dif words, seemed conveyed to her with all the
ttste. bringing) nut sudden points of brightness! in) all I I herdoubts. force by subtler means she
Ere a ripple that seemed a sigh, very much to have made such a will. Hie: fusing a strange happiness through more sOle ; felt
Blurred faintly the calm of his lips and really did federy for him. that lie steel harms and glossy; coat: of Mrs.( She glanced around her with tender paralyzed by it. Suddenly her own nets

broke ;died suddenly.sorry No should, ever Pierrcpoint's carriage; horses!'! !!, which stoodthe 'I scrutiny, and her eyes filled( as! she noted amid motives stood before her in ni their miserable .
had: !so / one
In a haze on his! dreaming eye. lie able to that she had not respected his' impatiently champing )before I the door of a the pathetic little attempts at refinement smallness ; she seemed fed dimly
dip say certain house in Prince's fate.. jarvis and of the surroundings. at greater nnd nobler, to see
'. She and, taking I n key from/ amid I the utter something a
rose, :
l'f. of the '1" melllOr John, one on I the box of t the victoria, the lo\rrty between herself
f. Is In the name Prophet, figs her watch chain wont toward an escritoire The room was large, but miserably great gulf stretching anti(
!,: tij Ho listened with a downcast face. standing in a far corner of the room. On other standing on the hot pavement're fitted and furnished, yet somehow it was this man-a guif'nevcr to be spanned.

_ This Moslem," ho said, "is brave to own the she paused before a tall mirror ,set .1))' no means in a good temper."Haven't stumped witli t the unmistakable mark .of "-hel Frank censed speaking there was a

!i t1 His creed in the market-place. ; into way the :wall and stood pensively' !; observing I no patience with mi\ M U culture and refnel'lIt The patched Wi110w pause ; he stood: with his held thrown back

: an While I, with supremest trust, her own reflection. whims I ," said I time coachman grumpily ; was open), alll Slelt of mignonette and eyes fixed straight before him ; Minnie's
'vc And a hope that can know no shame, Whit(-chapel I indeed I and, on such a day wafted in from the pots on the !sill ; two anus nervously to her side, her
rk Not once III tho midst of this multitude :Minnie Pierrcpoint was not IL tall I woman, as tli!'." or\IS three lino engravings hung on t the I wall I hl'al Irnlpet f'l her bosom ; she made a few

k 1 Have I thought of my Prophet's name." but the exquisiteness' of her proportions 'I May be, she's taken to distric'visitin': ." (one, she remembered' with a thrill, she liutlgiven steps the door, ; Frank came forward amid

c a made up for, any deficiency i in height; ; nor suggested) John 11IilII, !)'. him) there a sot of book-shelves, held it open for her as she passed through ;

I f lii In the name of the Prophet, figs !I'' was she very slight; fur her twenty-two years ; Not 'er (contemptuously--that's. ) not with t I t their I ;we!I-worn\\1'"001.1, many of tll1 the folds of her dress touched him and she

;, Iii No vagueness about tho way indeed) kind friends were very fond of 'or lino. Mark my \\'ol'lllho's up to some those: I little brown-backed: rellIea'el01, felt his breath on her forehead in time narrow -

tI'' ilrtl Ho honors: the slow muezzin call, prophesying' for her an obese middle age, game or other" Jarvis never finished: that umes of which she had been rather jealous' doorwnv, but she did not look up. i

i I'i When his hour has come to pray. grounding( their prophesies on a certain, by sentence, for at t this point I the door was! flung in) the old days. On the table was a blue I 13ack, back through dirty, crowded streets,

\ ( It; matters not where ho be, no 'means unbecoming, fullness and rounds open and Mrs. I Pierrepoint came forth to the vase: with creamy flowers! in one of which to stately mansions and pleasant parks.
i !.
; His worship his faith reveals! : !s in her form. outer air. "
I had fallen on an of The for ever amid for ever I She had receivedher
.' Fm Would I have the manhood, amid these !She: !stood for a few minutes peering) gravely Wliitochapcl. or Whitechapd," as Earthly I Paradise.' 01l''OIIIC sentence nnd there was no reprieve

i crowds: into tier own large gray yes!", critically Jarvis said, Uie mi- II'I" bad ceitainlyshown sounded outside, then the han- relentless and implacable foe held them
To knccln' the Arab kneels? observing the curves of her short nose and Jnotstrls 1
no cureles-ness' with regard to toilet turned ; her heart beat faster apart ; there was no hope. rOn _
had often
Ii red lip1, which latter, some one : '
that afternoon.!
.l "In tho name of the Prophet, figs: !" told her, looked as t though/;; sonic bee had Perhaps some< stitr-lJfl('keol people might ami faster ; only h\,' a mighty effort did she and, on ; were the nt 111j1)women crowding '.
raise her to the tall : pushing fiercely
Ulfll'mgtoward eager
It sinks to an echo sweet, newly stung them. Perhaps it was this have considered costume hardly suitable eyes figure
for tho bits of foul meat,
Yet floats to me back with sting which brought the flush' to her paleface her. cheapest more pitiable
pungent thought
: ; to one-year-old widow she had cast off
; him this back .
Some people said, speaking of not than t lady leaning i in her luxurious
1 stood
Of reproach in this foreign street. and sent her into the corner where
the heavy dress, bonllet.1111 mantle, demons
crape : with the of
that Frank (
It bjd.s that, with faith as bold the escritoire. She sat down on the floor, to which she had so rigidly adhered during whollv admiringly llolhnmwMli carriage, d'spair
f As the Moslem's, I bravely do and( unlocking it. pulled out alittlcdruwcr, t the first twelve months of her widowhood, .a lily, Ind the simile was not altogether and. self-contempt gnawing at her heart?
in the lines of She could tho before
; All things whatsoever, or great or small, whence carne n fai nt scent of rose leaves, t tied nnd soft wcb-Ii ke i-ehoen. Something sec long years stretching -
41. transparent! the tall, in the curve of the exquisitely her, and for the first time she realized
1it In the of ribbon. took it
name Prophet, too. together with a Slip fgu
my ; material, with a dark line rippling;; down it, .
supporting the fine, what she had forfeited and her heart sickened ,'
tt and let it lie her .
: -Margaret1'mton. out carefully, tenderly, on
which lost itself and then in the ;
e'I'now fair head with its face and long delicate ns she came within sight of her
._ lap, with her hands tightly closed, above it. was'soft pale great
--- folds. Her lint and of
feathery, features, might have suggested! the most house and thought of the emptiness of all '
Then her thoughts wandered far -
MRS. 1'iEflRE1'OIN2"Sunt. the Kensington away beyond some graceful, indefinite shape< ; in the frontof grnceful of all flowers, but there the resemblance ]her splendor and her wealth without lo\'e-
room, beyond
; her dress were two halfopenedroses
j London. She is wandering, hea"- censed ; there was no flower-like Trample Har.JIOUSKUOLD. :,
great, smoky
p of .
u deep creamy .. .
I weakness or mere sweetness in the ."
gui II'Sfltrol --
with its
(lowlva deep'Devonshire lane straggling ;;- She stepped into the carriage and repeatedher "
dntstts cti>omiet/ vldiuu vencnlur ararat, vegetation growing up the sides of its orders of the to the grave face with its well-controlled KXOWLEDdK.CIIKAH i

J K.ccijHintrjuc;: tencs/ quos vivaria mittanl.'" reddish banks. Some one is by her side ; John, "Number 2 morning St. obsequious lips and deep-set eyes. I,

!t and they arc laughing nail talking softly toether. the IScthtial Green, nhb'!."IJuildings, near He came !slowly toward Mrs.. Picrrepoint, :- COOKIKS.-One pint cream, two ,

I PART i.-PRINCE'S OATE. ) As they emerge from the lane an I An observer :Iulelm penetrating than the who arose and stood calm and! pale before, cups sugar, three eggs, two teaspoonfuls i

Tho funeral was over ; the great mourning ivy-grown church comes! in sight. A picturesque footman might lore have remarked a rather him. A faint, almost Illrrcl'ptihle flush soda: four teaspoonfuls/ cream tartar ; mix assoil ,;

coaches hud deposited their highly, respectable old house, built of red sandstone, nestles I higher note than usual in the well-trained sprang for an instant to !slight ; possible to roll ; nutmeg or cinnamon .
: ) burdens / close whence white-haired clergyman and fleeting as it was!'! she saw it and gave it bake
at the door of tho 'large : by, a voice, a brighter sparkle' in the eyes, u faint i ; quick.
house in Prince's Gate, and people standing parses out into the chllrch-\"al'll. quiver in tie full red,! hips: but John |her own interpretation.. LEMON l'unnio.-I'tit; in a basin one- ,

in little groups about hall and dining-room, Again her thoughts take her (hack to the thinking about the long, hot journey before WI'i "lIr. "Picrrepoint, he said, bowing";'; quarter pound of flour, sume of sugar, same

I,,I;:' were beginning to grow quite- conversational deep lane. Once more it is summer, and t the him-envying his mistress the luce parasol gravely, this is an unexpected" pleasure. of bread-crumbs and chopped suet, the juice

''I'I and to forget, in t the light from t the freshly same two people arc there together. only which made her look so cool and comfort- )fnnie's thought was, How dreadfully of tine and the peel \ 1
thin he is !I" Her gootizelilemol grated
pale looking words
and before.
unshuttered windows, what cause had they are not laughing talking as able. two eggs milk to make it the
t lrought them togethor.Wlien .- She is standing still, with downcast face, and were : Ill
S The carriage time door ; )( consistency of porridge boil in a basin for
a man gets beyond the portion of her companion, pale and trembling, looks, Picrrepoint lay Inlt.d fl'OI with wide and(1. You see it is a case of Mohammed and one hour ; serve with or without sauce.A .
lifo allotted to him by public opinion and down upon her from his great height. lips which the eyes short the uumountain.0L1 did not come to see me,
parted through
came ,
the Bible, ho must not expect to bo very The train of thought broke off suddenly. quick breath. She could not think her so I have come to see you. She spoke Goon WAY OF COOKIXO OXlXS.-I is a i

:t ti deeply mourned when ho does die ; and Mr. Minnie stroked her letters and pressed, them head seemed in confused whirl, half; delicious lightly and with strict Snincrsonalitv, carefully good plan: to boil onions in ;
1 clear of the familiar "Frank" it diminishes taste of that
Pierrcpoint at whoso last: rites his! friends to her lips. half terrible. she tletrong vege
had just assisted i hail outlived by two years: Poor Frank"she! thought ; "poor Frank I was to., the reward To-day of to-day months ofIMIleniulnnd and the formal "Mr. Quornham." table. I i is!'! way of sen up
j !' those t three l score and ten years of Scrip- It was cruel l of mo to break his heart like There would Frank was puzzled. Pray sit down," he onions chop them after they are boiled,

;I \ (ture. Under I ho ('ircuUlOtanCl''ilmmollcl"llto! hat-hut I was so young, so easily persundd \bo self-repression. for that for said indicating a chair and l speaking with amid put them in t stcwpan with a littlo
; was prepared
; ,
:' grief at his loss Wlnot to bo expected ; it ; and who can resist the Dean when he I I'trugle-sll was! but of ultimate marked formality. milk, butter, salt nnd popper, nnd lot them
I Ii was 'reserved for disappointed legatees to becomes argumentafll? And Fran-how Frn she t'rrill\ Her: whole Minnie obeyed, feeling somehow a little stow about fifteen minutes. This gives them
j i I ( I' mourn, as: a waggish; cousin, a" briefless barrister terrjblo ho looked tlrc day ho came home 81't'ICllllI a sweet fcvtr, swayed "prod being chilled and frightened. She hud told herSelf a fine flavor. They can be served up very hot.
c. from :: and hNlhI'nhont it. I don't I I\ over and over again that such would bo
whispered! to his neighbor. \fF' Cambridge igal inward joy," such as !she HAKKP MACARONI.. -Break tip ns
: Upstairs! t tho newly-made widow was sitting think I shall ever forget his t'.ice: in the since the. old,! rectory days ;/ot joy experienced enhanced her r'c'ption-her fear had no solid foundation macaroni as you desire for )'OUI mUc1,

( with clasped hands and pensive eyes!", lane-it makes mo shudder to recall itViII! perhaps by its want of'a 1 sure wus only the recurrence ofa certain it on to boil in tepid water, so as to allow it

}I- shone in her dainty boudoir. Tho sunlight, he ever forgive me, I wonder?" :She: foundation on which .to very rest feeling of something).! like awe, which she to swell. In twenty-five minutes, if soft to

falling upon I her, called up points( of gold I in leaned back against the wall with closedpycs. Absorbed in her own was not had always had for Frank, eYel in the days u fork, drain it through a ('olalder. Butter
\ ;, the rich brown of her thick, coiled hair, and and a soft !smile broke over her face ; till she had been borne thoughts far i familiarplaces when she had tyrannized over him. n deep dish, place layer of macaroni, thensprinkle

I put to severe test the delicate! pureness of how inexpressibly! sweet it was to be able to that she was aware of beyond the of .1 did not know where you I lived ti the over i suit ; cover with

J' her skin. There was a tap at the door, and let imagination loose and think freely of scene. When she was roused change reverie other day, when the Dean told Jl she grated hll'atll'rulls miclepper little grated

((11 answer to her subdued come in a tall Frank Quornham to recall with a less sharp by the unaccustomed hiIIt! froIl'l', h0111" and saal: ;i it" must be I great change after cheese. Fi up in this manner, and

gentleman: entered, whose stout< proportions pang! of remorse:, those far-away days: before smcll.s, she looked around her!with a little Trinity. lay bits butter over the cheese of the top
:and sleek: gray head seemed thoroughly in Mr.' Picrrepoint had dawned: upon her hori- start of suprise1 horror. .Yes, indeed. College is the little bit of layer Bake in a hot on'l fifteen or I went v

keeping with his: tlerical coat and gaiters.:: 7.01), Frank curate Whitechapel It seemedimpossible. which comes into so many otherwise minutes ; if left too long in the oven it will

Mrs. Pierrcpoint.t rose and stood gravely before Looking;; back, it seemed to her that she I. Frank, with his= ult nasensitivenett3 poery lives. I Is something to store: up In dry up and become tough nnd unpleasant. l ,

him 1)o you want me, uncle ?'* she must have hl'I'n'r impulsive, very childish to external surroundings!'! his shrinking one's mClory.
said. and very helpless' in the hands\ of tho from nll.thill ; "I think it ; one lust need a TOMATO C.vrsrp.-Tlie Journal of Commerce

You had bcttergo! down stairs, my dear," people about her One's) memory is apt to ; )his. keen harsh delight, or in discordant:thusoft the, or harmonious unsightly great many pleasant memories in "'hite- gives the following directions as having been

bo answered ; 1\11' Wormit is about to read grow rusty with respect to one's self; we the beautiful.She chapel.. in use in the edior's family for fifty years :

the will" nearly always look upon ourselves as timeproducts the Though'n Whitcchapcl is: not without Take a bushel cut thel'llI small

"Do you think it better that I should bo of certain causes setting i down l any endless saw rows of narrow houses, crowded, from whose streets, the its charms, when one comes to know .ict'c.Ioil, \I t soft, then rub thJ through
every ', ( two of the best ci
present? thing unsatisfactory to the charge training window hard them 1 \ quarts -
faces of
Yes, I do," said the Dean, deliberately ; and ('ircurn tllllr('. "Ah if my aunt had were licerimigflCiI, worn halfstarvedpeople T think it would take mo a long time to del vinegar, one pint of salt, one-quarter

Jt it; was your husband's special wish. Now, only whipped me for stealing her hornbookI :: far out over the sills;, with the were leaning find them out," said Minnie with a litloImgh pound of allspice, one tablespoon of black
my dear Minnie, if you are real\! we will goat :: should not now he here !I'' whimpers the characteristic of their class She was wondering how she pepper one good-sized pod of red pepper

I once," and, taking\ her on )his arm, lie wretched criminal on his: way to the gal- harshly ller to over-the-way street, screaming give She conversation a less impersonal coul, (whole) and five heads of garlic. Mix together -
S led his niece to thodrawlll -rooill. where the lows. acquaint for she felt that very soon the tumultuous and boil until reduced to one-half
> swarmed
people, includkig Lavycr'ormtiit, hud as- So :Minnie forgot the remarkably clear tlce the Clul.ln'l, in the over, Iloorh'ls,the on inner emotions must burst through the the quantity.'lmen cold steam through a

sembled. There was a little hush! as the wi sighted intelligent! young woman who had dialling footway crowd round roadway the "costers' barrows outer crust of composure. colander and bottle, sealing the corks. It
dow came into tho given to Mr. the hand will keep two or three as fresh whenfirst
room ; naturally enough l'ierrepoint long eliciting oaths from the who There was a little Mr. years as
she was the subject of no small' amount of promised to another ; and substituted in her lounged, and swearing about men the leaned back in his chair pause.rather Quornham Mrs made.-llccluingc.PANCAKKS .
smoking ;
speculation and ('urio ih'. When a man dies memory a creature of her own imagination ) tapped the weariv'I t ; FOR LUNCIE .These made

possessed: of something like ,('"0.000 a year -an innocent, unformed thing! much pavement.Mrs.: Picrrepoint shudlef'l and dosed her licrrepoint.Coot She had ground meant to be elll) of eggs flour and milk. The just Ire projior-

ids posstblcinhcritorsucquiraan IrnportulIl'CwhIch more picturesque! and in every respect. more eyes, and a terrible four struck her like a tious to up to the denouement very: tion arc one tablespoonful of flour to each

they have never had before. All eyes satisfactory.Long chill. What if Frank should be ill. dying? slowly nnd carefully, feeling her ground tit erg To make smal beat two eggs
turned openly I or furtively! on: thoyoung iig- she sat there, deep In such thoughts, He thoroughly Iancuk's.
g was always delicate, and tho life which every step ; hit she hud miscalculated her \ Then
ure sitting near the Dean, looking'verv pale with closed eyes and half-smiling lips. he mu-t lately have boon leading must have own strength-!she could bear tho silence two tablespoonfuls of four, work into a

and pathetic in tho heavy crapo dros.s. When she awoke from her reverie the sun tried him sorely. the coldness\ no longer ; she must set at rest thin paste and ductile hater by adding the

t1'tti Then tho first tones: of the lawyer's voice had set amid the air was beginning to blow What a long'waolr was her destination the wild\ desires! nnd terrors raging in her milk and eggs and a Grease the

in directed hand.It .every one's thoughts to the matter in chilly through the open Willdowhc:: How slowly was the carriage moving :She: !bosom For a moment she her face pan with n piece of sweet lard or butter, and

rose! hastily, a little shocked perhaps= at her called to the coachman to drive faster, but mum her hands, then clasping them tightly together stir briskly to prevent adhering to the bot ;
was not along will ; in spite of legal own abstraction ; it seemed a sort of disrespect he answered that he was going at greater and looking straight at the young tom. Whel the side is sufficiently ,.

intricacies minutes repetitions, it took hardly ten I, to time old man lying in his Jlcwh'mnda rate than usual ; the ) I wa? man, she spoke in a clear, high voice : turn it. Leave the cakes folded, .
to road. There
were II few legacies! grave and Minnie, as perhaps you crowded. lie dared not "I dare with sugar or honey und butter between the

to relatives, a few to servants, hut the testator : have seen, craved, like most of us. her own .\t, last t they (emerged! frl the puce.milorocrtnvtleil me hero to-day.say you Frank are ,surprised after all at that seeing has folds, or sugar alone. If this be too solid,
unconditionally bequeathed the hulk respect as well as that others. If her notions add more ( and
thoroughfares less
closely inter If it eggs use flour A slight'
of his huge his 1 were to other than
; property wife Mrs. Minnie lappl'lIc any
: grandeur, it''l'n they lacing network sprinkle of
of small
may streets-to the right to less grated nutmeg be an ad-
one and
Pierrepoint.There any great noble I wi
seem to you (oh, hi h-lIliJ\d'l1 reader !) to round by the to the right : ,our .
was: a )hush, a pause" ; If the widow have had a tinge of meanness in them, we the carnage Il'r before again, then not nave come. I have L"l'l very tliton .
had: been an object of interest before, she !should set them down to the Itojptl 1 lll.ty block of cruel, very wicked-but remember I was
i particular twist high, \' hou e Pierrejioint \ THE thrifty people of the Maine coast have
)1r. ;; Oh Frank
was one something like and : young won't
awe now, which Inexperie'H'cl1
nature and
: training: hul'cn to her fdt her invented
;; ) color coming and! going, and a new chapter in the business. -
were turned upon her. Her face mind. :She: had } you ItWOI't you give me back ttrlile
was meant, she told\ herself to her heart faster f faster. There arc no
beating mil She ( in the Muine
palo her full red gotout me once and I threw sal'tln '
very ; lips pressed= tightly think things in whatnlof'rell away
over a general thatnight..lier and
together her bosom wav told the lal to drive on ; then she waters, and no gro\E on the main.
: and 10
rose follfpfor a thoughts Imd insisted: on gathering : knocked steadily at door with You land ; but there are in abundance
moment she closed her I crazy a great were willing take
worthless herring
C\'l's-thtt all th1 tf my
was deflnitencs and she, half
uiiconxoiousIv chalk 2 inarkcd'on that
A little in and
which self I quarter, cotton-seed oil
pau,c, now otter
: She turned to the Dean and you my worthless self
in low
spoke '
a given herself to their
trclllllo1"tftoc up delights. scorned an ago, the nound of a scuttle within all I have." ant in \ in the Southern states, amid
: There was an irresistible charm: in recalling/ followed L by the : the business
of new in
Ple'ase, undo, would you see to all these the long past nllllill figuring a still happier o;, and in heavy tramp advancing Frank Quornham sprang to his feet the bringing the Maine is simply that (f
fOItt'l moment Minnie I delicate nostrils herrings and the '
people? I have ordered dinner for them at future }lint she checked) herself suddenlv" herself I quivering, the pale cheek cnfon'elltil
to face in
fIu,1 with together the
hlx ; I should like to go upstairs." and fl' worn-out glowing for un instant with a pink I same tin box f'lng
rising rang tho bell for her msi sullen-looking Hlsh them sardines
cr woman, \\'h. Mood in Iil'ntwOulcr as packed in olive
Minnie oil.
"Certainly, my dear, 8alll time<'It'I"yman, Jenkinson," she said, when the ioumamiappeared before her."Tho Pierrcpoint, too. had risen, and are said to be
offering! her his arm, and looking at her with have letters come for me ?" stood exactly facing him ; Lit when she saw twenty-two establishments on
any lives the coast
here I be, in one
1eIr. tll'rnham that action county where this
no little respect-he! had had no expectatioiiL "..t great number, nm'um. I did not like lieve !wif of his she came nearer and [ vo
Y""Ihl rs. in her book (cation carried nn. VhedifticuTty"jn;
Pierrepoint IIWtt'IC'laton' into his timeBUIriorsize
from tho dead "
man, and consequently could to disturb up eyes ; a sudden thrill of
rrjolc the more thoroughly in his 11t'l't's Yes, o'f you Course Please' bring them tones.' (pain ami dread und ))0)passed through her ;. of the Maine herring is. ovorl -
uj sullen
naturally come cutting off with t'he'jYead" about
fortune. cxpresiongathered -she spoke '
good "Certainly. I quickly) hthe words
to mo and tho candles.
r' suppose you now. light 1 shall thereatiti pn
two inched
dine in lltuiclC.o; was Mi'picion I his 1ips of the shoulders reduce
will,. your own room ? not want again to-night." In few : s>o a to
.t No, thank you, uncle. Jenkinson will moments she you was impatiently} I turning a overa said hote'.'IIltlmlng. in her glance as she Frank, dear. I can't help being rich," the headed fish to the size of-the sardine. The.

'r1 bring mo up some tea presently.! I am not little pile of blaekrlmlllCII1J'cllllrt'J! all .I wih'to She stood with flushed, uplifted face and detruncated and ,' sr-
hungry." bJm, Minnie went on extended han s : her breath dines are })packed in pure cotton-seed in
: and
t the went
containing Mine stereotyped form ofcondolence. with ; 01
Mrs. 'lerJ't'pu\J\t went back into her bou She ojvned each. (Jill'. then 1{.mtillll.1 tilrt at extremosuavitv- of there was a half smile on her parted lips, tin Loxe stamped and labeled the

-- : doir, which led into the grout empty bed- shaking her head with a hiahf.disgtistetl Illnt'r and a great tear gathered her eye, which usual' trendi words and marks in imitation r

;' oiit. She would stay there alone that evening movement, two. and began pacing the little 'fheOIn put her lllUhh on her llil' roll'tlllowl her cheek. of sardines and ttlt to the trade as sardine

_ i and would not ttine. Not thlt,1.i a rule, room with impatient footsteps. I 11111'k'l1 tlgiime zmncmiu1)romnsjii.t hl'r. .Iiow h' at the llall": I luorhall did not hesitate ; the in pure olive Of course it is a fraud,
: he was indifferent to delicate Itlr 1)omt't iC "Oll'il flush had ,! from his but how in the name goodness to
'ooker-on "No !sign, nn token, (she could not help set. 's cn'h' cheek his whole are we
the contrary, 'there was a good deal of the thinking.) "I might have 'xl't't'h|' it-bo ,. 'jil 1 11".\ i i'di tn 11im busy 'hoitit time.' I face was white, even to the lips, but there keep up with the fraud. we eat and drink in
"Ult see the
epicure in her nature; it wai this veryeplciirinnNm 1 is. very )proud. a I shall hau hard I ( )" urgent l i.usimie.s. VI'I'utkularlv'1:. was no faltering in the low,deliberate voice : modern age?

which kept hr f.t! ting to-night work: Hut one thing I fed. I know-Frank iuie.eummtru1ljii II'r ,- her "Mrs. 1'ierrepoint.( ," he said, let there -
''Il' ;IIH-I 1I''Illltl..r, fnorv exquisite feast In U not irrii.itii.ii. l.it Ipcaklng i be no When old Comuuioiou.eyamuerbij lived inafivehnndreddollarf.hanty
( a man to love twit-co; his a note hfehcr th In-forr. misundl'rtaIHlng ]etwel1 us. I
.turc for hcovlf; .ht would not >.pr.il! the of- :u.wuy" nobler and stronger dlamrterwlI"j hal' not hud; in I' I ) (C form of hop | he little though

(C<'; (dther banquet by indulging\ j Imlh? nlway firmed faral..>vo uc.. muoh of .l.it.i: 'is f'll't-V Il'cr make anlice which sacrifices the happiness of two that one of his boys would buy thremi.
u I
at the same! Hint. There was u sort, gulden She s.U-ppt.1 1 \J\ll) ImrUil I lurf v In her band, The ke r. S' give 'VI 3 tea early." i hives out of fear of the world's judgment lon dollar palace and never feel th.
U 'lit (In the little nl m. a soft breath of iumiutr \l hue iiu> low w'mnIIup defiantly, yet with a cer-i nut there is barrier between expnditure.
tisir Irii-Us.l t throiiih l-or I tain "").'itoi-f of protcctivencss 1 u: greater _. _ _
I bl.ivdng in through the open window ; IhIJll' : thin she flung Imck ht-r III,1 ti n !. fm-v n hit-It Iho other and! prim than any difference of station could have THE Marseilles- -
ii.ty'u4 the' rook! of! the !houses she couldMJX *,-* "I"kf' 'lluu.J; t II.thu.tlr fdt. I rllCl Once I trusted believed in correspondent of the Lon.
1i .. "i'uty.in pleaav ( ul. don ]Jail ;Wj
,, states of
(1 ,of th* f tree in KensInjMi Gardens, \nl f'1 Quurhul you, ready tu that from the 6th
: ;" Only u year-a yeur-a yej.r! (Hi, tbt I am l&r Then > u flush IIHIII my life for you Ily April the 7th of r

tlc'lJr j > our own uct you destroyed t that //ufth ; of trooj o tt hate gone to .[.fJler< ., :OJ}'ruda

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Legal Advertisements.OTICI Itailroad \"\ X.\ H, FLORIDA: A.: WESTERN lolXH l'\i: :
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\ : or IXCCnU-On.\'I'IOX. ] CARD: LeaveSt. :Mark: ......... ......... .........1 2.1\., 11.111. ,- ....'. ... ..
I' \) IIIllalh'rJIIIl:1: \', .\11);;. :2S, 1S81: Pa-s-! ]Lcau- \\'II k\\11\.......... ..................2.\1111.11\:\ ..;. -
1TNO V ALL MEN) 11 Y THESJJ: pIIIS.11 : or THK: eager; Trains! on this 'road will run as follows Arrixe Tallahassee....... ...... ........... l. In )p.m.CONNECTIONS. (1'

EN1'S: That Wl" C. W. "ull''c, .1. It. .1'CLAN'I'Ihl'LF&, WEST IXD1ATRANSIT I : Put' Mail. .lack'ville i\i

leUillni:3: Wittiam 1aw'on: W. B. ('. Dur.'pe. RAILROAD Da.ly.tMtnday., Express.Except ])ailr.! : ...w.:. .:..::...;.... ..":'-.. ;,:':."a.
Thomas: Kydd, Calvin n. Iibble) ]leery .
1 I.:. IJotlerer, and (I. Stark, all of the state of PENINSULAR: : RAILROAD, Leave Savannah: for Both East 11111'l. t bound<<1 trains meet at
1"lorillalIl1ler and ill nceorlan'o! with the HilMa l1/1l/lc") Florida: ..... ............ 1.20p.m.: UU" 1'. tll. Live Oak and connect with :2:15: train on Savannah US._ 3IAII.__.. S'CE.tJISIilI's
provisions of nn net of the State! of Florida, ( Leave ." .!llIp.............. :tat p. m. :!.41) n. 111. I Florida & WcMern) Railroad for -
l.ntilled11 act to l'ro\'i.le for the Creationof AMFEUNANDINA > Leave Wayero"'"*......... ;;.11.) \p. m. 4.i5: 1\. m.Arriveat Savannah; and\ I .\Ihan,..
Corporations! to Prescribe t their General Callahan: ..... 7.4.1: p. m. 7:12: :! 1\. in. I'assenr'r'I11r'hitttuhaoacheo t River Boats Will leave Cedar Key
Powers:' and Liabilities!' ," approved ): : Arrive Jacksonville.\ ... 8.40 1'. m. H.tn.. iii. connect with steamer! / Rebecca: / Evcringham:
gust sth, 1808, and an act of the Legislatureof 1 Ix'ave Jacksonville.... i. \.) a. III. 5.25: ; p. 111.rri'p l'\'l'ryThlll''II.\' for Vnalachicola' Fla., andevery FOR) NEW]; ORLEANS: EVERY. OTHKHFRIDAY.

said State, ('lItitlCll11 act to Repeal an .\ at Live Oak...... 11.15 ml. m. :Saturday Cur Columbus, (ia., and Eu' .

act entitled an act to Provide for the Creation In Jtf'ttIOINU:] .1l1lJ Gill, lSS. Leave Live Oak,. ....... 2.25 p. In.I rail la, .\.ht.I'unnccts. '
of Corporations and to Prescribe their I leave Callahan........, 8.10 a. m. 4.! :!!;' p. m. with steamer! (i. Gunby Jordan

General Powers and I.lahilitil'I.un.l. to Recreate Arrive Waycross..11.10 a. m. every Sunday for: Apalachicola, )"1,11., andevery
and Amend the Sections Repealed: by ( SH.UTII. leave Wavcros; "*......... !>.no:; p. m.Arriveat Tuesday for Columbus, and "EufaulaAla. / : FOR KEY; WEST AND IIAVAN.1UV1R1'
said act" March lltli )esup..t2.h' :! : \p mil. 11.05p.m. ; OTHER SATURDAY.PARSONS .
hereby associate!' approved( ourselves 187!), do Leave Fernandina......... ............... !>.INI' ) a.m. Arrive Savannah..p.' \11. !.(n> a. m. Connects at Lake City with trains on the !
body under the : together and as u corporate of- Leave Hart's Road..... ................. !JU7 a.m. Passengers! from Savannah for Brunswicktake Florida Central Railroad for Jacksonville -

THE BEACH HOTKL AND name ROAD: style COMPA Leave Callahan......... ......... ......... I 10.52 n.111. the Fa-t Mail, arriving: at Brunswick (Ii and St. Johns River Fernandina and Cedar I
NY. The principal of business of- Leave Dutton............ ......... .........I1.:: :! 8.11m. 1'. III. Key. WILLIAM O. AMES, & HALE, Agents:
said shall be \place the Leave Brandy Branch...............H.oS:; a.m. Passengers leave Brunswick at !\1.:1\:: a. m., General Passenger! ..\ \ Cedar Fla,
of Fer- 0-13t
tHI.II11ina,1Ithc Company State of in Florida.City Leave: Baldwin ......... ......... ...... ...12.0:1:! : p.m. arriving at :Savannah: :'J.OO p. III. --- ------- -----. --.-------.,....- { Key,
II That thc business of said Leave Maxville..................... .....12.33: :!:; p.m. Passengers for t D.irien take the Fast Mail.
be to build and hotel Companyshall and; Leave Lawtcy ......... .................... l.l.'lp.m.Uave : I'a"sengei's leaxing Maeon at i.llla.. in. IfLOHW.nXTHAJ: RAILROAD.iOlXO SLIMMER SCIIEIl1LEI
accommodation manage Amelia a ] Temple's: ......... .................. 1..: !) p.m. (daily except Sunday) connn't. at JeMip) with -
and necessary to obtain the right of 011 maintaining Beach roof Leave Starke ...... ........................ 1-: S ...111. the Fast Mail l for Florida., ( \H:"'r. THR 8TK\MKIW: '

collecting toll on road connecting the beach Leave Thurston .......................... 1.51p.m. Passengers from Florida by the Fast Mail Leave/ Jacksonville: ............ ......... 8:15:t: .\.111. -- ..
Leave Waldo............................... :2.U! :i I train, in 1.utulcctt ( -'
with the City of Fernandina. p.m. r ; Jc up with n arriving a' Leave: White House......... ............ 8:53: : A. M. I
III. That the capital stock of UK Company Leave Gainesville i ........................ :3.30: p.III. con at 7.50 p. m. daily (except Sunday.) Leave Baldwin ...... ..................... \0:30:; A. M. { ST. JOHNS I ]1 (ITY 1-OI\TJ} q

shall be ten t thousand\ dollars divided Leave Arredondo ...... ......... ......... :5.52: p.m. Palace Sleeping Cars: on tin- evening train Leave Darbyville......... ................. 0:55: A. M.Leave *. *" *> -j"VTTILL n
i )into shares' of one )hundred dollars each, Leave Batton ......... ............... ...... 4..Oi p.III. daily between Savannah and l Jacksonville, Sanderson..........................10:10: .\. M.1e.tveOlustce .
: with privilege of stockholders to subscribe Leave Archer.............................. I,11.1.: !) Charleston and Jacksonville and Macon and I ..............................11:21: A. sr.

l t in ((4)) one-eighth( ) one-fntrth and (1)( ) one- Leave Bronson: ........................... r..IIlI'.III. Jacksonville LcavcIt. Carrie..........................11:15: A. M.Ieavo .
1 subscriptions Leave Otter Creek................. ...... .i.lei }I.II1. No change of cars between :Savannah: and 1 I-akc City .........................12:15: I'. M.
; of stock to bo 'paid when such subscrip Leave Rosewood\ ...... ........ ........... fI.1B< p.m. Jacksonville and Macoti and Jacksonville.! l.'u\0(11.i\'l' Oak......... .................. :2:30:: P. M.
lions are made, and\ the remainder as:' may Arrive Cedar Key........................ fI.rJoi? p.m. Passengers leaving Macon at 7.i0! p. m. IA'UYC Madison!' .................. .............1.1I: :} r. M,

1 l Ite ordered by the BOlI'llof ))Directors! sail! O01SU SOUTH. connect at Jesup with the evening train for Leave Driiton................................11.10lit.. ._ .

Company. Florida daily.Passengers Leave Tallahassee ....................... 8:50: I'. M.
1\" That the corporation hereby created Leave Cedar Key.......... ............... 5.30:\ a.m. rl'OIlJt'lol' lla by the Express Leave Quincy.............................10:28: / I'. sr. leave Fernandina for Jackson villtV -
3':' shall) date its corporate existence from the Leave Rosewood: ........ .................. I i'l 011.I II. train connect at Jesup with train arriving Arrive Chattahooehee River.........tt ::501.: \r and Palatka, anal intermediate landings
day of Tiling of these articles of incorporation Leave Otter Creek....................... i.IM) \l.III. at Macon at 7.05 a. m. daily. on the St. John's River, and Savannah
j as required by the acts as aforesaid, Leave Bronson....... ......... ........... i.":! n.nl. Passengers from Savannah for Gainesville, ClOtNU t:.\s1'. and Charleston, as folows :
..... ............ ...... 1'\.111(
f and shall continue for the term of ninety- Ll'ayerl'hl.r........ a.m. Cedar Key and Florida Transit Road take Leave Clmttahoocheo River......... 1:30: A. M. .. From Fernandina
, nine Leave Batton ...... ........................ 8.3S a.m. the Express train.
'q years. Arrive .............. ............... 5:52 A. M.
.. Arredondo ...... ...... ...... ...... $.:$ a.m. Savannah for Madison
V.'j'hattime business of tlie (' shall Leave J'I:' CII l'rs from FOR JACKSONVILLE: AND PALATKA,
011I1'\11\ Arrive Tallahassee: ....................... 7:30::; A. M.
' Gainesville......... ...... ......... 9.35: a.m. \fonticello'l'allahasseeand take this
1't be conducted by a Hoard of live ((5)1)ireetars ) Quincy Arrive Drifton( ......... .................... !11:1.:: ) A. M. ,EVERY WEDNESDAY.- S:
.. .... ........ ..10.30
to be elected by the stockholders on the L'u'eVnlllo .......... .. a.m. train tiltlistIi..11.31)
111:, I Thurston...... ...... ...............10..)I a.m. from Quincy i Tallahassee, Monticello Arrive A. M. '
first, of March in each and A'n'C Passengers
Monday everyyear Arrive Live Oak.................... ...... 1:10: I'. s1.Arrive From FernandinaFOR
that the first election shall Leave Starke.................................11.11l.III.. and Madison[ take this! Express: : train
excepting Lake ....... .................. 4:00 r. M.Arrive .
City :
be held at such time the Leave Temple's...... .....................11.20: \l.II1. meeting sleeping-cars at Tei>eauville at U.K SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON:
as undersigned cor- Mt. Carrie.......... ...... ......... 4:31:: r. lit.
.. .......... :
Leave ............ 11.37 a.m.
porators, or majority of them! shall determine Lawtcy: .A. p. m. ..... .... ..... .......:. 4:54 .
Arrive Olustee) .. : r. M.Arrive ;:EVERY FRIlAY.3i
) ....
LeaveIttxvillc ...... 12.2 E1'IiSS.leave
l Said Board of Directors shall ............. ... : : !) p.m. ALBANY : :: .
upon. : : :Sanderson! ........................ 5:10: \'. lit.
... .........
Leave Baldwin ...... ..... 1.101'.111.
elect a President, and Secretary, and such Leave Brandy Branch.................. 12811.111.:! Savannah daily at........ 4.25 p. m. Arrive Darbyville..... ......... ......... 0:20::! I'. M. Close connection made with steamers for.

other subordinate ollieers! as the business" : of Leave Dutton ............................. 1.11 p.m.( Leave..le Sill:" ) ........ 7.15 p. \11, Arrive Baldwin...................,....... 0:15: \: r. sr. Mellonvillo Enterprise, also with steamers
the Company may require.VI. Leave Tebeauville ..... .. 5\I.\.i> : {1'. m. Arrive'hite House: ............. ...... 7:25: r. 1\(. for ftcklawaha Uin'fi also at Savannah
.. .. ... 2.22!
Ix-ave Callahan.... ...... .. : :
That the highest amount of indchtnosy p.m. with steamers for New \ork: Philadelphia
....... .... ...... ,
Leave DuPont .I1.rt.p.tll. Arrive Jacksonville. ....... 8:00: p. lIr.CmlN.t'T1Ool1l.At
or liability to which said corporation I leave Hart's hood: ....... ...... ...... :L2:! p.I II. Boston and Baltimorc.and Charleston with
Thomasville ..... 5.00a.m.
Arrive. Fernandina ............... ..... I.1 I ) Arrive
p.m. Baldwin with A. G.
can at any time subject itself shall be twenty- Arrive B.iinbridge, ........ ...15: u. m. : : steamers for New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore
live hundred. ($:!,!iOU) dollars. Trains daily, except Sunday. Arrive Albany ....... H"i) n. 111. W. I. '1'. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesville and with Northeastern\ & South CarloUna -

VII. That the said Company shall IMS _______u_ _. __ Lea\11.\lbany ........ .1.-151'. m. and Fernandina and all points North and Railroads 'for routes North, East: and
I vested with all rights! and privileges which Leave Bainbridge! ........ 5.00 p. m. West ; at Lake City Tallahassee! Albany, West.FIRSTCLASS.
the acts heretofore referred to can convey.VIII. PENINSULAR: RAILROAD, Leave Thomasville ........ 8.15p.m. SII\\\IlIIalllllntl all points North aiul West ; ];
In witness whereofe, the partiesaforesaid at Jacksonville: with St. Johns River Steamers I'ARRSmmCCO)11IOj
( l mllduJ'IIII'i ''.) Anivu DuPont ........ 1.15a.m. DATIONS. 1
have hereunto set our hands:' and .. j. s. MCELROY) ,
Arrive Tebeauville ...... :1.55:{ a. m.
seals: the 18th day of May, A. D. JMSI.1.C. uoixa sorrn. Arrive Jesup ........ ((5.15) a. III.ni'c W. M. Dvvinsox, Master Trans)"'11. Through Tickets and Staterooms secured
; WICK'LIFFE: Yl'LEE;, Superintendent.Undertaking.I t. 1\1\111111 information furnished: at ofllcc, cord
J. II. McGlNNIS:;, Leave "'11111" Junction................. :!:.t.", p.m. .\ Savannah ........ !).115 n. m. ner Centre and Second streets.

\\'. S. RAWSON, Leave Santa Fe........................... :5.1S p.m. Slee dimgcnrsruu through between Savannah 20-ly C. A. NOYES,
W. 11. C. DURYEE: ::, Leave Hawthorne ....................... .1.0.*> p.m. and Albany daily without chllll e. .
T. KY)))). Leave Lochloosa.......................... ......i p.m. Connection Albany daily with pa!'!scn-; -- -- Tor Timlin iiiid Key Went,
C. B. DIBBLE.II. Leave Orange Lake.................... 5.40 p.m. ger trains both ways on Southwestern Railroad it. 31. inxi>iitsox.
E. DOTTERER: Arrive Ocala...... ......... ................. i.'Mlp.III.< > to 'and from Maron( 1 1'uflulalomit: : VIA

2!) (i. STARK."I (I01NCI NOUTII. gOl1l'rrIohill', New Orleans! etc. rilASIPA Steamship CO'S' LINF1
.. Mail steamer leaves Bainbrld: ,e fur A pa.
-- -- Leave Ocala....................................").!.*> (.tn.. )l1chil'Oll1l111l1 Columbiu every :Tucs'lay: amSatunlay.
Groceries and Provision" Leave Orange Lake ....."........;...:... 7.20 a.m. .

Leave LocJtoo1a.: ................... ..... 8.">0a.m. Close connection r.t Jacksonville" daily I

II. i:. OTTIICII, Leave Hawthorne........................ 0.15( a.m. (Sundays excepted) for I Green:. Cove Springs: ,
Leave Santa Fe.......................... n.> ..' a.m. St. Augustine, Palatka Enterprise Sanford,
Trains on B. it A. R.1: R. leave junction,
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DKALER IN going west, at 11.J57: n. iii., and for; Brunswick

FERNANDINA: tt JACKSONVILLERAILROAD.: :: ; ut ".10 p. m., daily, except' Sunday. u IEITAKER.Fll"1'J It CA1MIYING THE IT. S. MAIL.
fine l'uutily Groceries Through Tickets sold and Shed 'ing-Car

Berths and Drawing-room Car accommoda [ ST.. FERNANDINA, FLA.URIAL .

ANn lions: secured Bren'a'I'irket Ollico/ No. :2:! ONE: of tilt staunch and elegant: Steamers

Ji K/cct Mty fitli, l8N!. Bull street, and at the Company's' )Depot foot the above Line will leave Cedar Key.
PROVISIONS.Customers of Liberty street ) ROBES.:: METALLIC CASES.: every Monday at 4:00: p. m., for
(iOINO SOUTH. General Passenger .\gent. Telegraphic orders promptly attended to. Tnmpa, .Manatee,

Leave Jo'crllalldina..ll.tO a.III.5.:10:! p.m. J. S. Tvsos.luster of Tran; -poitation.' ..
-- - And Hraldeiitotin
can rely upon getting CHOICE H. S. HAlXt:"( ( :"lTACKSONVILLE. ) ;
Leave Hart's! Rtaa(1..11.4:3: a.rn.1L ((.OI p.m. Generalianager: Kiier mid Ocean Steamboat

GOODS, as Arrive Jacksonville..2.30; p.m. A: 7.05 p.m. ----- -- ____or. ._ ... .. .------- -.-. --------.... and every Monday and Thursday at 4:0l: >

GOIXU KOKTII.Ixavc J'E: S.Coruj) MALLORY'SFMHtniA / p. JI\? for
tl \fo111Li'lt.111JVAY.On : .
Jacksonville.8.20a.m.: t 3.10 p.m. .'.....n ItaNsu,, ami- Key 11i'est..
Leave Hart's Road....,U.45 n.nl..l ".15 p.m. utJtll1th'r' Monday, May 2, 18.SI! Trainson .
Arrive 1'er'nandina..10.23) a.m..t ".m p.m. this road will run daily a.n follows: -

are kept in stock. Double Tl"itdaily except Sunday.CONNECTIONS. UOIMI WIH.: Connections made at Cedar Key with tilt
Florida Transit Railroad from and to all
Leave Lake Cit.I 12.30! :!! p.m. Only Illreet 1.1 lie to New Yorlt.f points North and West ; at Punta Rassa with

Ixmve Welborn........... J. Jj) p.m. Steamer for Fort ( Fort
Myers, Ogden and
Leave Houston............ l.JW p.m .. < Pino Level.'I'hrougb. ,

AT FKUXAXIMXA..\., Arrive Live-Oak=.::.. :!J"'I!,.iii.: --- ." I"-\. Tickets: are on sale at Fenian*

Leave Live Oak........... ::!.:lo p.m.Leave <( With New York and Fernandina Steamship \
Custer! ........ ..... :.!..I1i p.m. "lliVN'.; Key at greatly reduced rates, fur all princK-
Line from New York on Tuesday! U
.. the
< pal Gulf
; points on Coast.J. .
This space, reserved for a. in. or 4.00 p. 11t., and for New York on. Ixave EllaviUe........... ::1.lo-I: ) p.m.; -: .-.... ......", M. GALPHIN. (hen'! ,
I Thursday after arrival of afternoon train*. Leave Madinm,........... 1.15 p.m. 13: Ag't,
-.. .. THE FINE STEAMSHM'S; Cedar Key, Fla. .
.\. n. XOYKS, With Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat Leave 0 Greenville.,.....::: :di'.JII.

Company; furSnvannahdaily from Savannah except daily Sunday exceptMonday Leave Aucilla............ i.10( p.m.' "'I'S'I'nX: TJ X.\H, U-BT./ MARY'S RIVER I

Grocer nii l Ship Chandler, With Charleston Steamer from Savannah Leave hrinon.::. ..::.:. IS.-10 ,.iii.; 0 c.\1'1'. II INJ]>: !,

,, and Charleston on Wednesday ami. Sunday ; Lea_ Monticellor........ 5.50 p.m.' .. CITY OF AMAS OTJ3AM TA
1 FEn .\X])) A, FLA..tGEL for Savannah and Charleston) Tuesday! and Ix'avo Lloyil's: ; .::...:.:... 7Lip.ri.I.t ---- -" ,

Friday -uve. Chairti...... ...... 7.10 p.m. QAL"r. IMSK.ONE .
With Steamer Fbifu from St. River
Mary's -----
Landings on Wednesday and Friday ; ,for Arrive 'Tallahassee,.,:.. /h.25: p.m. : of the above Steamew will leave
Ix-ave Tallahasse...,..., (.5O 1 :
St. Mary's River landings on Sunday and p.m.' for New York every Thursday

Wednesday. Lcavclidtvuy._n ..............._!I.m:!!_j pnl.Leave ._ on arrival of afternoon trains from

AT ('ALLAH.IX. iuincy.....?.....10.2H.. : p.m. Jacksonville( and Cedar Key. HTR.iMKIM:
Tliis line having no transfers to make
To and from Savannah Lcave )lt. J.It.II"ant..1I.0& p.m.
at 10.45 a in. and _..
A FRIEND, VAT ---- ---- -- }betweenFERNANDINA 1''IOItA )J. ItTJI. '
". p. iii. Arrive I' !!a.m\.r..IJ.mp.m.: ,*
.. :: : ._ -- --- Captain' RiciiAniwo.v.
BALDWIN, .1.\., ---- =! c. : Captain ..
To and from Tallahassee at 12.20 noon

1 CHOICE and 1.00 p. m. Tuetdayt( T/.urrduyxundSalurdtya.) OfT'crs tho .s" DAILY SERVICE.ThJFffora .-!!J..i.

(:roreriett, Cigar, and Tobaccos, AT LOCHUXm, ELL, Leave Tallahassi-e) ....................... 0.00a.m. BEST; AND CHEAPEST; : TRANSPORTATION -
With Steamer Leave Chattahoochee..................-10.10 a.m. leaves Fernandina forSt.Mary'j
TOYS AND F.riCYUTICLES.. Alpha for all itoinU and. Arrive St. Marks..........................10.35 a.m. TO 1..OHlU.RHII'1'Jm8.: River landings every Monday, "'c nCtillav
landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular II .. '7'r .. ._ and J.'riday-r'turniug on Tlusday'rhurs:

Railroad Train. fiU.SO f.\I4'r. Vegetables" and Fruits! will receive special: day awl Saturday.The .
Weddings, I Entertainments and Picnics: AT OCALA. care in handling. Martha !leaves Fernandina for !sam- .
furnished at the shortest notke, at roc -bot- Lave hatha. River.. i.niu.m.:; Taints every TuesdayThurstlay and Satur
tom prices at With Stage:, Line to and from Hrookaville Ix-ave (''hattaho I ANGEL'S BAKERY, daily except Sunday. Leave Mt. Pleasant! ,.... .J5 a.m. and Friday l

Centre Street Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from IAa\ JuTncy:.:.......... 52a.nj.- ; .- : -

23 Opp. old P. O. Building. and Ocala Friday.and Tampa on )InndayVcriue o4lay Iiaal e Midway........... i.4l a.m. The traveling public) ( are oH'en-d<< the advantages TI.rouahnill" of Lading

Arrive TaU '',;.:..:.*.-7.v: ) n.m. -- of a DIRECT; LINE;, WITHOUT
SIM'S IMKLOIt ItKMTAURAXT, \T ('tD.KEY', FLA., Leave TuhlahIatlle........ "O a.llI. ANY t:h1.tNi1'.Y.J Connections made at by MALZORY'8 LINK of Bteauiew to nli
Fernandina with all fteamlxiats for allixitnU joints on St. MaryXClowe
With Steamer Miller to and from Pe -
la on Monday and Friday nuaco- IAuye Ch rt'lt':.:.......... 1'.4S: a.III I: on the St. John's, Ocklawaha, and 1
Between Centre and Alachua]
Leave Lloyd's.... 0.08 Coniievtlon
With Steamers ('lil tJalill Jfori/a for a.m. Rivers and with the Transit Railroad .
New Orleans on Friday ; from New Orleans IA'3\ 11ontk..II.,....... !>.OU ajiir at Ftrnandlim for all railroad stations
}'JmS.\ IHS-'. FLORIDA, Lrave ami. Gulf) in FloridaFREIGHT made with the New York Charleston! an4
on Saturday; from Havana and Key West, lruton............. IJ.I.1 a.m. jtorta huvannah
on Friday; for Key West and Ja'ana.ol&. '1.';ve :Aucnla..7..1o.lOa.nKGrmiviMe :------ Steamers.
Saturday. : AND PASSENGER)/ : ; UAT12JAS :
recently moved and fitted Leave .10. 5 a.m. fJOOl) .ACfOMMODATIONS
HAVING up With Florida A Havana Mail Steamship .. "
- f.OW8 BY
ROOMS. I am pr'i'arell Ix-avo WI1III'44..I1.i".m
Company' Steamers for Key West and Tarna .
to turnWi ideals at all hours gotten up in |> on Monday and Thursday.Witli Leave .;lIavill ......... ..12.55 p.m... ( JM; a.m. for IWcngers.. }:. i'imrsionltlta awl Tourists
IJCot style and ati ;TlJrough Hate and. hills of lading will find thin
the J -' : u very attractive trip' IlahScenery
-Steamer Enter ptire. for ]>ont! *t on the Leave Custer.........:.... ::!.ll.IU, to all llt'nt! : \Jas grand, and aihJgatorstalid., as othngame
Su.vannee River, on Thursday at II a. m. Arrive Live Oak......... 1.40 For further
or !
: p.m. passage Information apply are abundant. .: .
: Fur information fyv.Jitf
.I..OW S..PiZ
raprrting route rates '
etc., apply U :: 1.tul e -Live Oak........,_ 2.10 p.ln to Either: of the above Steanim tarn 1charterei >

1 guarantee to suit ,the taste" of the most _\. O. M IMNELL; leave: Hi tu-tan., .... 2.32 ;:.mm,. R.. W. POUTmr. ;Agent, ] for excursion 1>:lrtI'Ii at auv tIiu",

I fastidious epicure. A trial It all I ask.: ( ,,"'l Ticket and Pav". .Agent. Lej\ts Wtl lion i............ 3.U) p.m.. Ft-rnandina. ,10J'uth"r Information ii .p27 ti3212v3 ", .
-. C. MALLORY .t CO.
35 HIM; COOKK. D E. M\xweu. G.u'l -- --- *\. 11. NOEcr: Agent .
. Snpt 21 Arrive lake! tl7y.T.7.) .... 3:.IS p.na :: J'ier'U: Ea-st: River, New York. :-t! :? KernaiKliaa'Fk'l'H x





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TUB ]FLOKIDA ? [lnOH.: larks The great railroad< / I have no doubt it will afford you and all
.__.. __ _..--- __ u the West being possessors of large quantities ) ( citizens well it docs -
: ns
::: = = our good as yourcorrespondent
f 8ATURttAYHM'TKMliKK of lnnd, and being desirous! of building TUB MlOfTII ((INtIXI'I: -IT.S! : : know
\ 17, \Wl. : << much pleasure to that the
'ToGe .- ---.-- << _.._. ----- up and settling {the country tributary: to J''olt-TIII oirsr: nuns: I ( i I hole State is now a unit in the matter of a
I Il PUllLW IXTMIKSTS.it them, keep[ large numbers) of agents in the u\u.w\v! : ) :' ,' : State ('xlihit The F'IoridaTransit Railroad{ :

is quite} natural that we should l wtl- field to direct immigration into their own: SUVAXKH: : TKX.V.: .; i I : .1 the hu\'t chairman,I'l'cllcll of to the(he supervisory propositions)' committee made by,

tl l( come all enterprises which promise! to he of channel! Other agencies are nt work to There is n dearth in topics! : and will throw all heir( work and energy

::1 benefit to the State, and especially\ to any locality procure InlJorersII1111edHIli) ins! for new en evinced! in the general into the State exhibit, and the amount of

' 'telegy : In which we ourselves! arc Interested., terprises. Low passage rates: across the Northern press. Trie\ expense! to which they have already: been '

u:< It is, therefore, deemed an ungracious! act to ocean, cheap fares by rail to their
'({I tol criticise. 'any projected! works of public imrovcincnl. or free transportation' nre pre' the sick!; President ; it !has !! making one grand exhibit by and under

l IIi; aI | A journal which independent I ferred. These companies have the mat by the forelock and : the authority of the State of Florida. Inconsideration

/. enough to do so may expect to be in its t turn ter thoroughly organized, have been long for \'iec.l'rc1Iilelltrthllr : ) of (his Mr. n. S. Place has

f criticised by the jealous anxiety of those in the field and meet the immigrant President. In this the / ( i coequal been appointed with a superintendent n. 11. Elliott at Atlanta, in, T'

I stat who think their Interest are touched, who even before he sets foot on the immigrant dent gets! well) will seem a ) i : h (the (Cololle arrangement of (the

link can only sec in a candid\ expression of opinion ship, and! arrange: for his ulterior destina! I The two topics, however, [ exhibit. Both of these gentlemen pledge

t1. hostility to their favorite project.! tion. Those companies': have: ample means interest arc the great themselves! to the'I.'n" best interest of the
State and of the individual<< interest of the
4 stet We have had in the legislature from time to to incur the outlay, and as nearly all (the i railway schemes.! The first exhibitor..

I pet lime, ni! well as before our Hoard of Internal foreign immigration comes to the hurt of which: touches nearly every : This relieves us! now of any discordant

diet Improvement projects which, from their fair New York they can operate' successfully! in and, high prices of food' pi II eh I l feeling sentiment or action within our borders

promise, havo been sanctioned by those carrying out their plans and the :store; diminishes!! time and unifies all efforts of a State exhibit
t, of the State's power, capabilities and re-
I'.. tb7i bodies! but which were shortly !seen to be I As the great hulk of the immigration income from bare !support ; << sources. Of course each county, may enter

t.i! tie mere schemes of public plunder m n wholesome this country for the last! fifty years has: gone falls heavily: upon those I 1 that noble rivalry, or rather emulation, as to

r! amp ventilation of which at the time would to the West and the foreign: population has or chance( work: ike out a I which can make the best show.
I The chairman of the supervisory committee
t; trim have been of great service to the State.V'e \ I become settled there, it follows that all the while it affords the k confidently expects I the committee tC 1) endorse -

if frc, \ had recently the exhibit placed before influence which is so potent in bringing out 8l'l'Ul'ulouspecul.itol": to i ; him in making (he above arrangements

;.1 i any us of State: grants of land in aid of railroads, relatives and acquaintances: from their native fering1 of the helpless. To I : as! the very best for nil parties concerned

l' iii amounting in the aggregate to double the lands, is exerted to bring them out to rors, we have the dieadful : and cllnilll\of the State.
( with Colonel
Mr.( Place now cooperate
1'I (n1r quantity of land owned) by the State, and join their relatives: and} countrymen already Michigan[ forest! tires, in : i :): : t, Elot in antanti" ni the ('ollti(1 of the

yet any member of the legislature; who here. persons have miserably 1' 1 t ) ( and wil (ole to or write any one

I jI jt t tic shoud have been independent enough tll op' We arc not sanguine, therefore, as Florida flames! nnd fifteen thllll+: :; :: who may mi upon him, in regard to any. \'

pose this indiscriminate and extravagant: is a new field, and doubtless 1 considered, a been rendered homeless. It : < 1 :::: > ; !) l'xhibis'tll'\\' desire to make.
tFtI > (; ( ? ..111 \\'- (' let us go to work L
I I mt grant of the public domain would have: hot and unhealthy one, that very much immigration for those who have no : (!> !) and build us a building for Florida exclusively "

1 1I r f )hind himself a target; for abuse! from some from abroad will reach Florida pine forests of the Northern I :!!) !) ) (; ; for her exhibit, where we may heat

I I 1I I ryilE quarter.It through): the efforts of the nii1: 1 :: !) ;;:; to our fruits we have actually growing
is a favorite reply to an incontrovertible We have had some experience of another ('(luhlol'cltr. Wo have ('\' lay
;!) ):; at the Exposition. such: as bananas in all
I.CI. {e1rf statement of fact to impugn the motives class!! of }people who have been gathered together trouble in our Southern, pirn- 1 ( I ; 1! : stages, oranges from the bloom to fully ripe

I.i i of the writer instead of meeting fairly the as colonists and came out in a body. beyond the burning;; of a few : fruit, cocoanuts: in full, fresh life, anti our
r As is taken in the selection of the ;I exhibit will l ho, the cynosure: of the wholeExposition.
id question! presented. extravagance in public \ no care or an occasional: outbuilding. ::
This we cannot do if we are
!' (
) I'ttcr expenditures is censured<
Lt l accuse the censor of being sore at not having beyond the contribution of a certain amount the pineries: of the North \ ( ; :: A prompt and liberal contribution forwarded

I his! share of the spoils. If an impracticable of money to the common fund], they are apt' pine trees: arc never, to Mr. J. M. Scliumaker, treasurer and
tt scheme, or one of doubtful utility is to consist of persons of small means from thicket, close!! enough to \ president of the First National Hank of this
city, will accomplish this very necessaryachievement. :;
criticised: then the critic is throwing; cold cities and towns, ignorant of agricultural! thou The fire runs along I t.
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t IrA water on a grand scheme public improvement 1 pursuits' not at all inured to out-,lour labor ping up tho pine straw and Time is short yet we e(1 get it up if we

because it does not happen to benefit or to the hardships which new settlers in fallen or dead trees, and soon: ;: will Colonel Elliot Illv'i to-day for At-

\ .',, his locality. If a doubt is suggested as to any country must encounter. We hope) the want of anything) to feed] : 1lta.: and he possibly will i ; can. very best arrangements -

the probability of four or five parallel' railroads Disston company will not make the mistake pinery, or hem lock woods, ; Let. every patriotic citizen and every man

r tr,1P4trt( : to a given point findingsutlicicnt business of bringing out colonies of this description.As growing pine trees! with rc t who desires to build up his, State, and thereby -

[ lo support them\ if built and questioning a rule, the class of people who would be growing low down and a I' << enhance his own personal interest, take
hold with will and make the exhibit
I therefore, whether they will all he built, valuable settlers in Florida are too independent dry bark, which takes fire i I i grand success.a Respectfully, truly

ri + the questioner is: supposed to be making\ the to be willing to come out as colonists, once started iii one of ('! : ; 1 A. J. lr.HSEr.r;,

f suggestion in the interest of this or that railroad to settle upon lands already selected, for sweeps through and ( : ) (Chairman. ._Supervisory)' Committee.ro ,

t or of Mr.( A.'s or Mr.: B.'s project. It is them and under conditions! and restrictions! everything in its path: It i i
evidently easier to impugn motives!! than to which interfere with t their.freedom" of choice sable wall of t fume, which ( : ;) SH.ILL jsKxvroii ;/; 1.JESlJ. '?
I 1 : :
f answer ar UII1Cllt... and action.: powerless to a lItrol. Its ( <<1

It is u curious: fact .in connection with railroads An excellent plan adopted already] at the strikes down Man and beast: : I ( .11':".;' vinws: ON TIn: IXAIIIMTVO.VKSTION.

t t that too much\ cannot: be said to induce West Is: to get up excursions! at low rates out unless thot heavy rains i .

their construction.! In the outset no from all points from which immigration! is mercifully sentto; stop: its: W.\":iiix I jToxSepteinber7.-Senator Jones
amount of (flattery, compliment or (terms of likely to come, with the privilege of remaining The other topic which : i of Florida, in I communication to the Star
gives expression to the following -
11 endearment! \ are spared, upon nil. concerned ]long enough to examine the country, mention Si tho rival railroad ( ) views evening on the inability question) :

j Et I Ij in them, until the work is completed\ and and with a drawback-on their tickets if theypurcbtise each striving Hto outgeneral{ i "There has been great confusion of lan
1 1I
) i iI \ ; ; then they become objects of sharp'criticism, the company lands. Such excursions the control of line J .0C un111 thought on this subject. I first!

)1 \i\ censure! and obloquy.<< Their charges! heir are gotten up everywinter from Tennessee Thousands: : of im I' 11tt{ arc nltlnn at that anv umleruur time be government two Presidents) there; cannot that.-

I schedules, their management, all are subjects (Georgia, etc., to Texas: !, Arkansas, control of gigl1itic' .., when the Vice-President takes the office of

I of continual criticism.On Missouri, Kansas. and other states beyond bine at times amithen President he ceases to be VicePresident,

\ t the other hand, the railroads make the the Mississippi, i: and the constitution speaks for itself -
it\ i: best! provision for themselves they can, work helped the immigration into those states: : and then rates: arcjcut. It is, ] inability: 'In case of removal '01 t the\ President

'' 1, up a public pressure! / to obtain liberal land Most( of the surplus population( or rather sylvania I tail road Company : from office, or of his rc resignation orinability

grants from the State and right of way from the immigrating: population of all\ the region Sertgerstrout Chicago to : ] ; to discharge the I Jowerilll duties

\ I corporations. and individuals. We tutI't', intaind cast of the Mississippi[ i l l I ju the Southern states distance: of over one, / ; ; l of said I office" the same Is it .not: clear from on this h'VicePresident.

u company which is building, profess has gone to Texas. With a sufficient effort out of this $.">.:'.) pays $; language that the office of lJc-itent. in Case

\ .; edly, the cheapest sort of a railroad, and much of it could be turned to Florida, and panies between'etv York ] of inability, devolves on ,! ,

t. which lug received n. very large land grant would prove' very valuable acquisition to taining only twenty-five !! under the same conditions and with the ,I I

\ ::: which will more than P pay for building t the our State. They arc hard-handed healthy, share of the fare. The Inrr<,, : same resignation consequences or death as in The case last of clause removal of,

road ; yet, not content with this, is: trading strong: young menlio will take hold at trade seeking an outlet at : ] the section confirms this view, and Congressmay

Ii". along its route with the inhabitants: to get once in on intelligent way of our fields and !noon force these: roads to provide by Jaw for the case! of rl'n1ml.

I,:' additional grants of private lands to in lin- forests! (to their own profit' and our advantage : principles. I cannot but death President, resignation or inability, both of l the

(t; .. duce its line of location through this or that Hal"eI'\1I hog and hominy, they will thing unsound in all this : ; officer mil shall Vice-President act as President! declaringwhat and !oIHh

neighborhood, setting communities: to bid. adapt( themselves: at once to the: country, We know that until quite '(' officer shall act accordingly; until the disability

against! each other to nIlVIIW8I1Pl'lIsclllocliliutrrl"lts with no misgivings and no homro:; l'I.IIl'oIs.: share of the railroads: ]: were ( ; i is removed or I President shall be

in the location of depots, etc. This: They will come to stay. debt and were 1'1}'illJ.t tlll' elected. In one (case the office absolutely
on the Viee-1'resideimt, leaving the
\\ doubtless! a clever mode of procedure, reversing The rapid development of Texas is shownrecently nothing, and generally former incumbent dispossessed! of his otlieialcharacterand
the usual order of things where railroads the
terest. How can they all \ power, same as if removed.
by pI't'par'lll1tati'tI! ('!!. No less I than
lire supposed} to pay for these! things: : Initcad denly I so P prosperous} ? It is In the other case Congress is empowered 1 to
: miles of
1,031 : railway have been completedin designate an otlicer who net as President
of being paid for them. Hut not 111:1
may all of them are putting 1ar
; the, year ; within two years forty-one/ additional until the disability j r10\ll. or a
this exuberant liberality have the ('\'c1tualcffcd towns of commercial importancehave market, and we think it not ] 1residentshall be elect.'r') student of

of making a company: which shall' been within five year, or a much the constitution \uh. tulll' difference
reached! :
I by rail or have
have obtained lands enough to. lh.fl'Ithe sprung the story of tho failure of the in the language of the two clauses. I
into existence: and the value of time state'sproducts was the intention of our fathers to keep
cost of its road, indifferent to its! muintenaneo cific will be repeated( in
: has: increased: from 1 $57,820,111 in187H7 l halls of Congress away from the ('r"utill of
if it bhould !lotl'rll\'o' profitable l bound President.
a An otliccr
!) to $!V;!lt;lWIO: in 14,0-SI. The cotton enterprise. deriving his title
It may seem to be a great benefit to u locality The commissioner! of j from Congress was not to be tolerated
u' ': tie
of tin, ;; !
t stah.altol: chief reached
crop staple, Presidential office
to have its four or live almost l parallel nessee! estimates the one moment longer
the magnificent! total for the year 1880-81 of i cmerg<<'IH't'Itif'r1) This: jealousy did not
roadoLllt.IC: there is only business! : to tobacco
Support :
at 57 ;
N ; 10.2I7! : bales. The following is: an exhibit, crop per cent., extend c.ln'ii.h.nt. This ofliciul _
one and that business! is, divided between ;
j I based, on exact a figures: and calculations. Of at .r>7 per: cent. The general] ; was brought into no other purpose
,r' I ic them, \\hat prospect: I is there that they Northern thaij.to. take (he Presidential office incase
i the of corn :
amount and value of state staples for the crop of
Deriving title from
will continue to run nt n loss? 1'hwill
I year 1880-81( : Cotton, 1.1iO.2Ii: < bales, value thought, will by (Hi per cent. I the same source as: the I'reidll.IIIHl extending
uithcr bankrupt, and then lie bought up and
:"; ; muins: quite waim' in the over the same he
I $ .711,115 ; wool, .tIj71.lJ) :;; )pounds valued time S'r'icl"
consolidated, or they will combine upon was: not regarded by constitution
at $1,751,525 ; mules, 12,2i: ;:;! 03, 1'011l1.tovaluc: the nights are quite cool. : as al'I'cltUl'e
.bib. rates to keep! themselves, if possible of Congress, and hence no fear was
$It7lHIJ ; cattle, l head ing places'' are leaving for
781,271 from his
c from\ bankruptcy. The object of the road including; apprehended : holding the full term.
tlrivo, $1."itIJ,01.IllIr.es:!: ; : and mules, 2S.175: and colleges are resuming :
w to benefit themselves! and the land grants I
i is
Itiit head, value $lIOS,750 f ; grain, :3MiV:! oar- summer 1"'etll\'Il.II'lTIlilig : Post-Office Xottce.
are looked to for indemnity for thojrijk.i ol I
hlnI'Ulu(> ftfU'i75!) : lumber ! mine, Uh"111'r.. limn
construction If land grants "rAMVe .*0 ; : 7SINrI,3p!: Office -From 8:00: ,\. M. to 0:00 I'. M.
fret, value $.').M'.WI:! ; eotimi sl'esl l cake and Money Orlcl and llegistcred Letters from
nil who seek them without; PR'the
oil, tl.212,315: : ; miscellaneous$ products ( OO1) .(Ii $' : 8:00: A. M. to 1:00: p. M.; and from 2:llt) r. )r.
1\," utility or necessity of their projects, we $tit$7:! :! ; btigur and molasses: $)1I70! ; The commissioner of u to 3:30 p. M. Sundays from 10oO:; to 11:30: A. M. .
laakouu I unwise: use of the public de111 stn.
I IFair total value, $ ):.,!)iiltlkl.:: No data are ut hand the following t>en<*ihle advice : > ARRIVAL ANI 1>EP.VKTI'EE OK THE U.tIIF. t
and candid: criticismp\ beneficial,, to I I .
? by which can be reckoned\ the 1\lIIltl111tlf I of Tennes.sj.il : Xwtheru JAiiV-Arrives daily at 10:25: .
(ho public and we hope to see at all times, \.JI.
money brought into the state by immigrants ItfttKU' OK .\ I I Close 5:00: P. arm "
indejieiident dNnmion of public mutters<< in j' MINKS .VXD :\ J -
and others amid by !invtstor in real estate' I jtra&I r
our Jotutul'ft'U.: N \" PE and personal pro' |'erty" although!, the amount hi view uf the drouth of the !! only doses..... .... .... ..10:0: A. M, [
,CFFKOT OF THE IHSSTOX J't'/N from the'**} sources must be verylarge.. I whiehliAsprcvailed! : with Cedar A'ryund Tr>tntit Kiilnml

CIlAst'OI'' muiGKATlOX" tensity not only in Tennessee .\rrivt.s............ ................. 4: 0 p. M.
Since tho treaty uf IKIW.( .s.iysil.e! P u-t.n j out the great corn lot'lt l of .... ...
tIIS .... ............... 8:45: A. a.
The second payment of fc;NouO, having Herald, the ditf) 'rent trilot"'f of Sioux Indians\ I now evident that there will Wed -
made this it becomes e,ni t for the ensuing year, ltri.J-
(tl6l"n : A
upon purchase\ .
have cast the country about SP..tioii.uM)J. rule might in the markets .\rrh.t'........................... 4:00: p. M, '
clatter of strong probability that time whole ueurhyi&N1OiMayear.) That i I.. much less Meureity und consequent hi;; I Hoes ................................. 5:0: p. M.Jiiduonville I.
transaction will l>e consummated, if withinhe'iacam expensive than Indian \\tI".liut" it I h
( of the paity.Very ful if the Sioux Indians, have itvrhed L half thy ii. UM11 udopi every reasonable I Arrives' .......mt.......10:25A.M.: ::01 P.M.
x t strenuous: efforts arc being made to nit every (particle 1 .......... .
'lo .10.110
of the money disbursed by tho government I' which fjni lie made. to act as :i C .. .. : p. n, 5:00: p. M.
dispose of tho lands: but we shall probably on their account. Much of it Micks; on the cur be aavcd. that all St. harms tend TrutWt Hill J/mV-

runt: *<-,MUiy deddul results until next win way tu the hands of tin middlo men. The whkh can I Iv. put lit \ ; .(. h I \riTI"l.1 -1 and. Fridays) ut 2:30 r. N. .
The Hb .tot aftnpany have mo. and sold wit h..11' KicrilUt I l1u't1 Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00 A.
ter. > } every be"t work done for the Indian in the last Keep no m ,i 'l..rwIh the : )
; )
live prompt them tu procure settlers> on fifteen\ j-ears-the only work that I.. really III'Cl'Mlra.'r' y mr next t \" St, J/ary', a'.., vijif-- .
land but it Is not an matter to During the ; '! Arrives lllIla"an.1 at HOU: A. M,
these *, easy satisfactory N the ii''ivt>r>it.n i of lon.ono of comparative '' Thursdays !
deflect the tide of immigration which has Its them from roving (bawd l v f vugnh..nd.} ul a'+tnme i.riirv| comfortable Tuesdays* and Fridays at 2;0 p. tt,
true I fr 4ll I (lie Mock which it ( W''lu'I\'sandSat'I u's at 9.-00 A.M.
'Northern Kurope: from continu. all tinus liable to becomeh'w-tileinlu ; ;
wiirv 'l.tt.t. 'nrlu, l.+srp| over." tow full lu.i TU'hwI.I'Ilnelu'I '
j re; to flow to tie Western htatca and ttrrl self-au.taising (people. v\ hkl kith! yJtl.I valuable i-u> ; "! | } ., Saturdays at :::r "M. j

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Tim VLKCTltlCAL IX JXlll1II1'Oy the exhibition WI1C'i>ited by M. M. Leon I :denounce a man: to the goven, nunt olTleialsas :' :SSSSS:: .\.\ NX NNunnnn= ooo isuisuu NN NN= SHSSS
I'AKIS. Say, Oambetta, ('oll'lall\, Clone, and a number \:' :a Nihilist: and then, withmt warning, be SS: AAA NNN= NN nil Mil 00000 HIt Hit NNN NN S3VAAA
To the J'dltor of the Mirror : of other dbthlguisheilpersnns, M. i is a elzed, taken away, and his family never\ ...: NN K NX fill fill 00 00 UK UU NN N XXBHSA
Coehery. "
PAWS, FR\XCI:, AngiM Lit I, Dial|1. the 1linister( ; I !see, and p possibly never hear ,i.f him attain.: ?;$.'i44: : : ( AA NN N XXIUUUI (OO OOUI5KU NN'' NNN HSSSS
A ramble through the Palais of Posts I :and Telegraplo" l I The legal: max'im: that It is better that u sss:4 .\.\.\.\.\.\ XX xxx nil 1111 00 00 UU UU NN NNN f:8.:4:
: do 1'Indus- ing the honor" of the entertain bent. Without 1 Ihinurand guilty tutuhotdd -apethan: Ihat SSV \.\ NN NN11H IHl OOOOO HIt! flit NN NN 5,9SSSS4 :
trio, now that everything i is in proper work I for lie( moment going into dctaiN of the ing order, I is a pleasant occupation, even to I various systems' I mention the completely reversed iu the may !splendidelleet t
('zar. There the guilty and the innocentsutler )
uninitiated visitor
an however great produced, by, the llruh Company.who: : together, and, as in n-ithcrcaso is
may he his ignorance of nutters electric, lighted crime the here would
up one end of the )buildingilh \proved\ assumptioi! :
cannot but be impressed with the enormous forty lights j driven from' one engine, and the be that: all vvotv innocent And, yet it is ,

expansion! of the us yd. only partially developed extensive! arrangement: ,.Mcs-ri.: : .labloch- too possible: great that a ,I headway if: ,Nihilism: ,! this has\flan\not\\ will obtained give and Retail Houses.
The Wholesale
long row of iuuncnregenerators koll'ho: : whirling around have something; turn As regards illumination by the lIl'.II1- making arrests: right and )Ml t in time a
.,' about them terribly overawing to one who descetlt system (lie large portion of the dissatisliel\ \people\ will
elegantly-hung :Swan:
be taken out 1I1'111l't Kuropeai, empire, and
is unable to gauge their exact power' and a light and tho'eof JIrl: [ ,
l IMNon: were ii istin- the C/ar may find his:' peace: 1 I'sy disturbed,
timid person, knowing that the electric current gui!'hed( among all others ,by the excellenceof \ without rl'lixlllLin: the !least f his imperial\ .
is being-conveyed above his bead by a the light, unattended: by the : '' usually prerogatives. Hut i is I the 1:0111:1111111': : tlynarty, '
ami t the system upholds, W'rth maintainhug : ,
myriad of wires with "
a velocity beyond nil
: with electric iIInun inalion. They ; at !such: a )pi'ice1:? N it 11"1 t \ satin'on ,
human calculation, might well be excused I'I'oltH'l'lllI1nrc( brilliant light than: could the divine right to rule when: his( right can I AM miYIXd ( () TIXtTLlrAltOl': IJUANTITIIW::\ OF GOODS: SUCH AS

forgoing into, bodily fear lest: by any mis.chance have: been' nttaineif,f by any combination: ofgar only be maintained at the cost! of the lives
something should "go :and happiness: \ of thousands: !' wrong"and: .ltllrller without
:+, losing; any of the pleasant -
people\ who have the same right to their
annihilate him with a single Hash ofaiti-: loftnesrt candle-light.. lives i and happiness I that t theai" .i,Il'lIlol'! birth
finial lightning The more courageous observer gives! to (he CirWiwi: tin"\l)1 l.
however, who leaving leis nerves at "''\ ',\!',\,., \,-=1'he 1ow-lloiiso[ country t in I FLOUR GRITS' MEAL CORN

the entrance of tine palace, trusts in the skill the western part: Al.ichua county, in a II iOIl\S4 6 V ('(>.. s st

of modern electricians! to curl the mighty generaliev, comprises\ the section wateredby Wholesale: and Hl'laillI'at-\) '!< in .

power they so confidently wield, has: ample the Wacasa sa river, ('IIW'l'l'k, Santa IViher. "" 111-:"" JIt'.II.'III. 1'nnc1lolls. ;
food for reflection and intelligent research and their tiibutaiie, to the :Suwanccliver. ; NOTIONS() ::, 1'\ IXTS, OILS: i

in the wonders )prepared for; him. First t and For convenience !sake we will say the I <'ti<>iiiicil IVHilizors. !.'.!<<<'.. ..rii'J'.:"l!.,: I

foremost: among these are thearious! systems \part: of the county we! speak\ of lies between XII, 7.W.; May :St: ., ,I.\l'-O\\'II.U:: :, FLA.We HAY OATS FELL ,AND""I I.AN '
producing the clcctiic light, which will: : townships\ (n and ll': ranges 11 1 and 1 H, south Zt'; ". sell at s-avamrib: : )I"'icesSend ,
be for the I first time exhibited to the public\ and east. AI tin- route recently surveyed 1: ,'j' for quotations 1 JJ-r:;ply I

', to-morrow night. livery method of illuminating furllit'I LhcOik:, Kowland's: Illuir.x; Tampa;' '. ,,
by electricity i is displayed in the Kailro-id:! from the 1,11111', fn l Hronson.in): Levy --

grand ball and upper room1' of the buildings county on the Transit: Hlilroala, \ "'I''I THE MOST POPULAR
the latter : through that: !section of our \territory de -- 0 F' ALL *- v
: being mostly lighted; by the a the and Car.Load.
small incandescent lamps of the :Sw.m: scription it, however general\ will be of EWiNCMAEH1NES By Cargo .

Lane, Fox and Edison: patterns. interest to the public As might be expectedin I

The workd-ftnted inventor of :Mcnlo Park, ( Floiida), where there are' many: :streams,

who for the )past few years has! )been startling there ,is much overllo\yed land ; but when et&NT U ::T I
Europe with the extent and variety of one travels through it, lie 1 finds that it i is' ;" ,

his discoveries, has filled two rooms with exquisitely anytbing\but a level country. Neither is it 1 AM: [ THUS KXAHLKD: 'l'( HI.r1ro.:(
finished instruments for tele- all\ pine laud. There are areas of magnificent "' .":'.', ,
graphic, telephonic and lighting purposes, virgin and !some ufcoltivatedhanunucklairds. ;."''1 "'
besides a host of less important apparatusfor : If the tinvelcr turns his face westward I- '\1'\\ ..'

the application of electricity to a number from' (iahncyvhlhe.titer: passing Jones-' '

of domestic purposes for] which it has ville, his course is over an undulating, dry, t DEALERS: FAMILIES I EVERYBODY
not hitherto been lI eel. From the ceiling high road through a magnificent) i f pine forest ,. ,
pqEIL1 It
are suspended lustres of sixteen and eight over rugged lime rocks, by natural wells .

candle lamps, similar burners being attachedto and deep! chasms, until he reaches a road t .

the walls on brackets easily moved into running north and south, through the Cow

any position, and provided with taps that creek and Wacasassa settlements ; and beyond --AT 1'111-;
1 render them as I'eadil11anagl'llblc as any gas these! still are the settlements up and

apparatus. The Edison: lamp may be simply down the east side of the Suvvanee river.

described as a small pear-shaped glass vacuum Taking the roads from Dromon:! by way of irfi1c .

globe, inside of which is fixed an exceedingly Joppa, Wacasa! post-oHicc, or Jenningsand
delicate arch of carbonized bamboo Frankland to Knight's mill, on Cow p., 5T T

no thicker than a hair, which, becoming creek, one will pays lakes and mill seats, 1 A f 5 I VERY LOWEST PRICES.

incandescent by the transmission of the through beautiful, rolling pine land of remarkable E

electric spark, emits an agreeable soft light fertility, some of it the best in tho 5UREQUgo ..
county for the production of sea island cotton .
by which even the most delicate colors can .
be accurately distinguished. These lamps, It invites larger 1\I1l11110l'e rapid settlement -

enveloped in a larger globe filled with water, by working men of moderate means. w; Gt
have been applied to mining work for the In the sectio'n we have included by the land is TIIK: I'lHlLKJ( 18 CORDIALLY) INVITKUjTOiKXAMINK: MY STOCK oh'

purpose of averting accidents from explo line, there i is a very considerable population

lion.: To mention all the marvels: of the of honest, sustaining farmers, tail it is ALWAYSORDER

Edison: rooms would require columns.: Suffice capable of supporting a greatly increased h\l I

it to add that in addition to other tele- number. Not far 1'1'011Kllight's mill is FortWhite o I

phonic apparatus is: the famous singing; ; on till Santa Fc, to which point the ef % L7STf GENERAL MERCIItANDISE.t: !
river is for Suwanee river
telephone, which successfully: carried navigable :
\ LI PETI M E fc uI'
the human voice in song from Philadelphia steamers. There, during the war, numbers

to Chicago, but does not reproduce articulate of rich foreign cargoes were delivered SURPASSESjOTHERS .
sounds. to the Confederate Iuthoritil'lfillt!

\'- At the opposite: end of the palace, in the return cargoes of cotton shipped! on block, &&fo I MAKE: A KPKCIALTY (II.' SUl'J'LYJNO \'INSIiy'1VITll': { ;
ade-runners and, there is still some trade ..,i< ,
French gallery, in the stand of :MM. L. ; 30 UNION SQ.NEW YORK ';. '.
)[niche it Co., of Paris, whose show will b'tWt'l'lc'it 1ens: on both' sides with Cedar
particularly interest.lnterican visitors; inasmuch Key boats From Knight's mill, turning CHICAGO ILL --C. .

as the firm ]lias successfully solved the towards Ncwnurmille, occasionally approached 09) ORANGE MASS.

difficult problem of effecting! telephonic) by :some tortuous: bend' of the Santa = ; STOItES anl"l ())IANJtLERY.

communication under the sea by means of Fe river, there is more' rolling and heavily H. 'J..J..l.J.I.....,. uDKALKKS .
the Ordinary telegraph cable. The experiment timbered pine country, acts watered thinly ,13 -'.') Whitehall! : ., Atlanta, Ca.HKAlMjrAHTr.PtS .
settled and in ( --. .. .
some places ruggedly -
which was carried out last Easter between hilly ---
Calais and Dover was inado with the and broken with extensive beds of outcropping : 1' )ltSEWING

improved electropbVjne," and full satisfaction rocks. Dut, taken all\ together/ JI.U'' 1 X ES, OILS,
to all who witnessed it. Words the mixed hammock and pine land country : $, ATTAUIMKXTS ASH PAIITS.
between line drawn from the
spoken on the French coast were beard as lying a Natural TIm noFSKIIOLD[ NF.W: HOMK.DOMKSTIO. .
distinctly at Dover as though no water separated Bridge' on the Santa Fe, river extending : : Wiii: : 4IN( Ell, TIm: HAM: JOODH/ [ IN THK SAM: JUANTITIKS: CAN UK': BOUGHT IN JACK-* '

the speakers, and could, it is said, have about twenty-seven miles south to Archer, CHICAGO; SlNUKIl: Kio.Kvcrv ; SONVILLK: OK NKIO1II1OUINO CITY. I HAVK: KVKUYTHING: : IN ;STOCK
Transit Railroad and situated lady should c.xaminc Into the merits THAT ANY OXU CAN UKA80NAIH.Y WANT.GROCERIES .
the west
on ,
been carried to London with equal ease. (
of iiiitt.|, Iighlt/ -ruuuhug; "Horshiioi.n"[ ;" '
Another valuable invention M. :\[aiche'si. of that line (an average of about twenty-five befoie purchasing: ; a Sewing; Machine.
is that of a means: for counteracting induction miles wide), to the Suvvanee river, is one of I:In/liters, lie-miners, Tuckers, Tuck ]Folders 1,
in cables and land wires, thus supl'rcs.ing the richest in soil and.tiutber of any body Lace and I Fan Attachment; Otis' Plait- ,
crs; YUIUI.t'lIdrl"s', and Magic
all foreign sound*, which have hitherto of pine land of like area: in the whole State. I'laitera ;; Tracing; 1Vbeely.'l'apeMeasures \

r. prO\'edc1n insurmountable difficulty in the Walnut, pecan and peach trees grow thriftily :Mjibinu lielts.Dias OF ALL KINDS.
way of successful telegraphing when a number and bear.rirhl : also peas I potatoes, pin- Cuttcm; WIWl'r.) & WjJoJIIIIjJUSl'l ".. "
Jirush: Pails, Dobbins" and /
of wires, all working at the same time Bars rice, oats, corn, sugarcane pumpkins!!, Wrenches; Shuttle\ !, }IVibbins Needles, i
are in close juxtah'ositiou.: The apparatus vegetables! of all kinds, t figs, etc. In the Thread Cutters Check and Feed] Spring: ; etc
illustrating this new triumph science in southwestern part most of the old and new fli)-Agent fur i.. ISiif lorloli *V (0'>",i

the regions of electricity is of the greatest: population have settled ; first, on account of Patterns for Catalogues and Publications.and Mtropolitan I"elld'IJII Fn I' address li-I- TOBACCO AND CIGARS.

interest,-wluhlst its application to existing telephones the superiority of the range for cattle around ion 1"11f.'l'b-f'l' ,

: removes the most formidable obstacle the CoW-House, and then for its gooJfwatcr, K.: II, HCOF1KLD.12Cm :[ to

which has hitherto prevented their use fertility, schools, churches! nearness to river -. .-- ..81 I W. Day.. -St.-, Jacksonville_ ., Flu.1).t'V1 -. etA
) from Maiche also and railroad<< transportation! and healthful-
becoming gentral.r, exhibits :N'I'K obtained for new inventions
a new battery: requiring no acids! and HC'I H. They make plenty, cultivate their! .1_ --- or for improvements in old
+[L working for months without examination, groves at their ease, hunt and fish, sell cotton OIM-S. Caveat: Iufiiugcurcnta.'i'rude-1Jttrks; Full Stock of 9RNITURE
*;: an :improved system of storing electricity for live bountifully, are given to hospitality ami nil: loat..llt lm"inc.'' promptly:! attended ,
lighting purposes; aml'last, but not least, a i pay as they go and are Independent. A : ) ; nay Mill!, in most "U'tI.! be! patented :;:
telephone, or electrophone," by which, at geologist would find curious things in this i ]bv us. ping; opposite' the I'. S. Put- -HWI.UUISU-
I the receiving end, the listener hears his: message little-known country above inadequatelydescribed. I. emit Otii'.v, and t'II:1l'\l; in I PATKNT: DU.SINKSS < .
: KXCI.rsiVKLY.: ( : I .
.-Advocate.TUB can secure pat- '
by !simply holding a cup to his ear,similar ) .. cut in hay! tout tiKin tli"--c who are remote Chamber ;r
to that of an ordinary pneumatic tube- from Wa!>hington.Wiifii Suits, Tables, Chairs,
HU'l. ian has again begunto
: no wires or other paraphernalia being vi"i-I government liiu-ntorn xentl moilel or sketch,
its terrible law of sus '
ble. This w simplicity iUclf. < 5' put: into This practice consists in arresting and sending we make, search in the Patent ()tJ\'l'\ and Bureaus, Iloekers, "TJ n tuot.sLoulIg'cs : '
Rectal advi I "o as tu it. juti-iitaliility fne H/diary?,
.\ rehearsal of the: illumination of the to a life-long exile in Siberia: those who fl'l'lf'rL'U
('irri>poiid J.'IU'C confidential *OIl. :
; Bedsteads ttreth
Palais de 1'1 uolu!>trie took 1'111t'0 thiic\'C'ning, are suspected of being implicated. in plot* able ; and NO CHAIKii; ; UNLKSH, : 1'A1'ENT es. 1
again the government. There ii is not .the "
prior to its being thrown open for the iny least form of trial, the authorities knowingthat : I.S OUTAINKD.: .
\\V refer l the Postmaster .
Iy <)
lennission City
spection of the public to.mormnight.. The they do not pnsoJltos: evidence\ which
.. t : anti to the. Siii-friiitcndent tof the
"i" ,, , building, was' lighted up 1'osl t-Otlhv Money Order DivMou I in Washington. : l': fl.\- IN THK: CITY,
they do is to seize! those whom thetUll't| :
two For ci'jal references circularser.
enormous electric lamps, one of which in without the; chanceof : |> ,
con line them prison .
terms tUaddr
was directed towards the Place de (U Concorde communication with their fril'lIIhulIIl relative I vice, f_:;
C. A. SNOW A CO., :
making the Colunne do Luxor tand *, and then when convenient number I'-tf Opp.Putcnt! Olli.v. Wu-blhgtoii, D.C". .
collected have them sent acroMthe ;
out of the have been ,
darkness like of light, -- - -
a pillar
I thousands of mile* of doo'.ate: countryto S..A.N"E
while the other projected its to the I'Olt KlMi.DKUUADLi EJSf'S
rays up their future prison home in l Siberia. It is
extreme etui of the Champs Klyse'es. The hardly (>oible fur one in this country\ to A ) : : 11tW I': ( N'I'.11\I\i'N'I'.11\I\i 1
effect on entering the exhibition win almost .i understand( the horror of this despotic proceduro. five rooms, with ('btoi4s, front Piazza, .. "
Xu doubt many of those who are ere Yard, Orange J 1-cmun und DunanaTrve i .10
blinding, so intensely clear and brilliant wa*-. arrested! ere plotters!!, I but also among the "VntralhImrated.( !. O.K..1 title, ttc I "" ,to. .,. ,.
the combination of every system' of illumination number are tl o ne who have n'Vi'ri"tf'rteol For further |1r.rtkulo1J'1o, Inquire, at thisi.fflw. :".:'
she**n. In the Course of the evening tht'IJI'of:1, in "coii'pirado An enemy may; 1-tf Second Street, FERNAND1NAI, : :?



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f COLUatDIA COUNTY.OSB the neighborhood., It is always best to go 1 (i I3XIJ:It A I* !>11C RCTO ICY. -l I"I".1! (1--' Assessor of Tuxes-Thomas Darco' Cotton

with ladies they betterappreciatc I tho beauties / { : ....
; Ignited. SlnloM! OUiccrM. Collector of Rrrenve-Frederick: Foy, i
of nature and can point out fine parts Clerk-F. J. fens, Sanderson. .
nEsT ,
t.VND H.\IKK8VILLK.Kcijmhr .
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Sl/t'riff-U./ C. Hcrndon Sanderson.Assessor
better then one can sec ami Sup'rrintcn'tcnt, of Schools-U. C. Martin,
to advantage/ ,
f BTATE-rcilTUCNEF.: SMUXcH. -li. \. Barnes\ Gainesville. of 1/1."r8-neor P. Ctinovu, San
To the Editor of the MirrorF.Ci1TVCNIE : enjoy everything so much more when they 1'I'I'i"CI'-.J..II1J .F. Rollins Gainesville.NurvrynrftctH derson.Oillcclor. Fort :McCoy .

I : FLA., September 13. I dilate upon their loveliness. It I is to Kchtncnee ; 'rut- Malaehi! Martin, Talla of Kcmiuc-Ilichard Kennedy. :MONROE ('OUXTY.CIwt West.
Baron !
Chas. S. Key
Judge" -
of ]hasscc. 1)arbyvilleSnperumeirlenl. !!
I' As before mentioned, Housloun is I on the spring, about sixteen/ miles JJI| Tltl.T COURT. ( of ,)'chool-A. J. "'. Cobb, Clerk-Peter T. Knight/ Key ":e t.
I atK' !/ Jacksonville, Pcnsaco1a& Mobile RailroadWhen Lake City, a great: basin of water, large:( Olustee. Sheriff George Dcmcrritt, KeyVest..
I'I for boat to twist around\ in, so Judy Thomas\ Settle, Jacksonville Assessor of Taxc--Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
elf Ruwjinco county was formed from enough! a "I/r..hl/l-J.. ] [I. Durkcc, Jacksonville. BimiFORD COUNTY.County

I part of Columbia it was made the first shire clear and transparent, that the white sand, C'/rrJt'Philip Walter, Jacksonville.1VTKHNU .//It1c-J./ II. Richard, Providence} JeWe Collator=t. of Itcl'cIIICtiter C. Maloney,

rn tqwiiy and remained HO until Live Oak ever moving and\ glinting with the boil of ItKVEXUE.Collator : :. Cle.k-H'l1ry F. York, I.akeButler..tiicriWW. h., Key West.SlqcI'inlcnetr.
W. Tumblin St.irke.Aiscssor .
I II loomed up as a railroad junction. The lands the water, I the pebbles and rocks. The ',water -Dennis Kagan, Jacksonville. of Titres-N. (!. Wainw, right, Lake / of S./lOutS-J. V. IIarrt.e)'

I L11t north and south of Houstotin arc very good, moss, grass and plants appear just an arm'slength c'Or.LiiTOlJl; OF ('['STOMP.1"1u111. :!. Imtler. West.! ,..

t 1 and In ante Mlum/ times large crops of sea below the surface ; but so unreal! .' '. llowcll, Fernandina. Cullf'rto't" Ifi't-tnitf! -llunbcrry{ Hayiu"!' XVSSUT ('OUNTY.Qmlll.JwlvclIlnton J. Baker. Fernandina. to

Island cotton were made, when the (fingers Far, far In-low' is the bottom, unit should one EII\\'arlnClpkin i Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Kiijirrlittcitdciil. ,
,"Schools I.. U. IthodcsSI .
of ,
John I" House
\ of the nation's wards could bo controlledInto of our ladies fall overboard, weighted down J. M. l'urril''Ilar Key : : ark c. CI"l'k-.J. A. ldwards! }'('rl1II1tll1t.SIn.iffl'dl'r .

gathering the fleecy staple. They are with the lead in her tiding skirt, she would IIRKVAlll COU.NTY.County Cone. Fernandina.Attitror .

i,. free now to do ns they please, and as they be a lovely water nymph.' So near: and yet Stale Officer! JtnVjc-James A.lcCrOl'::\ ', City of Tturrs-Win. H. Garland, Fernundina. -

do little so! far, down, down this deep pool, !surrounded Point.Clcil.
J please to as fts possible! particularly Collector of lcI''jllC"nrn'lI F. Scott Fer
I.XECfTlVE: : DEPARTMENT.iocrroor1Vni. '-\. A. Stewart, 'fitu vllle..f. .
), dlb in cotton-picking time, when they arc rode by, the beautiful prismatic colors that ( I). Bloxham, Tall.ihasxe.: Assessor of T"J"'nllH'e: 1 H. Moses!', Geor nandina. s
l" pendent, having a patch of yams to satisfy alight on the moss, grass rocks and plants, Li'lllcJlfl/lI-/ol'l'l'Iwr-Livillg-toli, : W. Beth- gianna.Collector. ll Superintendent; of Schools/ -W. A. Mahoney,

l"j l"L, Etd "gaunt hunger," they make most exorbitant a flower garden of most exquisite: shading cl, Key West. of J'rrrnue-F./ M. Platt, Lake Jes Callahan I .
I demands: for their precious labor, get and colors, as they wave back and forth in the Sccritnriof;! Stutc-John L. Crawford, Tallahassee. sup) Orange; County.tiiijwrinlcHdrnt .
II. I,. Summerlin Orlando.
of( ,Srhooia-A. (ira ly. Li Judy- ,
ting one-fifth, and oftener! onc-fcurth, of the evcr-agitated waters, giving all the hues and COlljllrJlll'rB.). Barnes, Tallahassee.! Grange. (''lcr.J. Hughey/ Orlando.

value of the crop for gathering it. How in even more brilliant tints than the rainbow. Treasurer/ )Henry[ A. L'Knglc: I Tallahassee.: : <'1.\Y corxTY. Sheriff -'flionwt W. Shine, Fort Ileid.Jjtswwr .
1- The fish hither and thither seemingly (ttirtiey-Generul-George: P. : Tall I of T"u-is-James :M.: Owens, Fort
1f 1' the world is a farmer to make any money disport homey, t. County/ ,/llIl1-J. 'f. Copeland' / Orange
f PA growing cotton when such excavations are I near enough to bo caught with the hand, hassi0.Commissioner. Park. Held.: Fla. Orlando.
+ Collector "f' J:1'1'l'IIIIC-Xnt. Poyntz,
)f Lands-Hugh A. Corley. Clerk-O. A. Itiiddington, Green Cove
!' made into his pile? nut If ho is determined or remain in one !spot' fanning themselveswith Tallahassee.Superintendent. Springs. Superintendent of ScllOolf-.JIhn. ; T. leeks,

l. to raise cotton to feed negroes on, there is their /fins, and looking so vise out of / / / of! ['/lUi,. [Instruction:. K. Sheriff J.imcs "'. DeWitt Green Cove Fort Ileid.:

Ali'Ott no wad of getting him out of the old rut. their great large eyes. They are very tame, Foster, Tallahassee.:; Springs.Amcfmr. PUTNAM: COUNTY.

I These good lands arc well adapted to raisingcorn yet it will take smart angler to make them .frljIl1wl-l'lIcr"I-.T.B.: Yongo, Tallahassee of Ta.rrx-Win. Conway, KingslcyCollector .Jiidrtc of rro ntc-tt. Harrison:! Palatka.
HUREVU OP IMMUIK,vTIUJf.:- of Jlercnue-1Vn. $. PlummcrMaxville. (:Ir.k-\\'. Forward, Palatka.
)t potatoes, turnips, oats and rye, and take the bait ; even "tired Jack, with all ('ollllilis..iolll'rHohillSOIl, Tallahassee. : Sheriff-Thomas!C :Slially.Assessor ) 1

\ tons of splendid! grass, that can be fed to his patience, would fail ; and there on a 8iii>eriHtc, dsnt of( Hcols-)1. F. (longer, -S. 13. Timmons.

: ,q cattle, and they have fine woods pastures! ledge of rocks, basking. in the sun's rays, the (}ler '-11. C. Long, Tallahassee. Middleburg. Collector of Jlnenne-Joseph< Price. '
Special Agent! ,Samuel\ Fairbanks. Astor Superintendent, of Public Schools' J. \\ .
Itr where cattle and sheep can feed and fatten. rough knotty alligator, with his pop eyes Building, Jacksonville ; I). S. 1'11I'e"aldo.. COU'MHIV COUNTY Strickland.
/n Iti This kind of farming requires few hands, nearly on top of his head, awaiting to picnic !SUPREME COURT. nl/lIIfy.Jlltl/-. Ivi-x, Jr., Lake City. TAYLOR COUXTY.County .

i i. and the farmer having-wcll-filled barns is on a pig or negro picaninny ; as the, ChicJT".tirc-I': : Randall, .Ja'k lInville. Sheriff Vlak-.John/ ( 3. W.Vinzant Perry,, Lake Jr., Lake City. City. Judye/ -'\'. II. Parker, Perry.Sheriff .

>aFI always an independent man. boat sits on the water, it has the appearanceof Associate Justice-J. Westeott, jr., Tallahas Assessor of TaresI.V.. Hh'el'lC'Lnke City -Thomas Osteen, Perry.

i.I The next station on the Jacksonville, Ten- resting in the air like Mahomet's: : coffin, see.Associate Collector of Ta.rf's-J. 1,. Parish, Luke City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

I I sacolaA Mobile Railroad is Wclbo'rn, a station and when the water i is struck the sprays /flyaway Jacksonville.ClcrH Jualiec-1t,11.1'an. t : Valkenburgh, Lake Superintendent of tit-hoot*-Juliuspotsdamer i Perry.County Superintendent. of .Schools-T. J. Franklin,
of some local trade. 'It is also the station like beads silver. Wo float out and (-V. II. Foster, Tallahassee.:, 1)UVU COUNTY.Cbndy.TnrlyeVilliamA Treasurer). S. Sutton, Perry.

19t;( where passengers get off to go to the look to the right and, sec another largespring, cmul'CIT JUDGER. McLean, .Tack- OlllllflSllr"o-l lletriiueAssessor >. N. Cox, Perry.Collector .

upper Suwanee springs. The lands arc fair, and here another, and then wo are into the Fi'fst (.'licult-Augustus Maxwell:: 1'en- sonville. of/f Ttl..rcs-H.-II. Peacock, ferry
fa first-class pine and bodies of hammock. The Echtucncc river, a broad: stream three hun sacola.! Clerk, Thomas K. Itiickman+ Jacksonville
dred wide with dark trees Second Circuit-David S.1Valker'J'allahas- Sheriff( =Uriah BOw,len, Jacksonville.: ST.! JOIIN'V COUXTY.
( pine timber is very good,: the farmers are yards evergreen
Assessor of T/X08-A. J. Prevail, Jackson- (//utlllly./lltlU/J-+ f. 1 U.: Cooper, St. Augus
thrifty and arc doing well ;''their corn crops overhanging, mirrored in the clear, white see.Third Circuit-V. J. Vann, mIa lisun.: ville. tine. .

I arc short, owing to the drouth, but where waters. The current carries us on for three Fourth Circuit-Jmi; <;s M. Baker, Jackson- Collector of J1'CJlIlIJfse J. DrownJacksonville' Clerk-Dartolo] F. Olivero", St. Augustine.Sicriff .
they have bocn worked thoroughly the or four miles over the same transparency, i I : =llamon Hernandez, St. Augustine
tf farmer docs not complain. Their cotton is and its briglrtness and transparency is l lAst I ville.Fifth. C"rcu/ t-ftuues II. Dawkiii") \ Gainesville. ftujicrintcndcnt. of Schools.Albert J. Russell .1.qsc".qQj'If Tujce*-David L. Dunham, St.
f I :. Jacksonville: Augustine.Colhitor; .
doing very well, but the caterpillar has made in the sombrons, brandy-looking liquid of SUt Circuit-II. Mitchell::\ Tampa.Scicntlt 1IVMU.TON COUNTY. of Iiereune-Joseph/ : F. Llambias,

its appearance in different places, doing the Santa Fe. Following this: stream about CVTHIW.. Archer Cocke, 4ui: ford J. Stewart St. Augustinr.SIIaillfl'lulCJ11.
County Judye" -Henry Jasper
some damage. ten miles and tho Santa Fo is lost in the Clt'l'k-J. Caldwell, Jasper!' of Sihooh-(C. 1 F. Perpall,
r :St.: .\lIg,, tilll';' ,
I Within seven miles of Lake City is Dig. same sombrous waters of IheSu wllnec. Both Court' Calendar.' Sl/l'riff-Jame( :: Duncan, Jasper. M'MTKU
low steam saw-mill lumber of the streams and for A mentor of Titles-J. II. Hunter, Anorum.Colintor C-OU.NTY.
t Taylor's cutting arc deep navigable
t .. ) KIllsT CIRCUIT. of Revenue-11'. 11. II. McLeod, County Jndije/ -Henry S.Cu!<:idy, Lcesbnrg,
\ ', for shipment on the railroad to tide- deep draught steamboats. Full TermSanta Columbia County.; (Hcik-Thomas J. Ivcy, Leesburg.

j \ water. Within four miles of Lake City is a There are a great many: similar springs allover H.nsitl Monday in October. tftiperlnteiidenl' of Schools Joshua ) f. Hubert ....,u./.iff-J. Dyches, Leesburg.AwtsorofTajres .
<.'t. I Walton, 4th :Monday, in October :>! .\nefUm. ( -(tt. P. Wall, Webster.Collector .
the ,
'ttf splendid waterpower, known as tho Ross State. The Wukulla spring, Wa-
,iI Holmes 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday / of( :: '(" ('-John '' JJycJ Il'\,
..': mill, where lumber is made that formerly knlla county, is remarkable for its extreme in October. HF.UXVNHO COUNTY.County Leesburg.Superintendent: .

I was consumed by the local trade, but lately large size, transparency of water and great Washington,. 2d! Monday alter 1th Monday Judge"'. L. Frierson, Brooks- of Sdool-\. C. Clarke,

i H Hp Ht. the proprietors of the mill arc drawing it to depth, being eighty or one hundred feet in October. ville. Sumterville.
; : Jackson:' 3d :Monday: after Ills Monday. in Clerk-3. C. Law. DrooksvUle.\
the railroad and shipping H. They also deep ; also remarkable as having kept in perfect October Sheriff J. B. Mickler l Drooksville.Assessor SUWANFK COUNTY.

have in operation the McCarthy[ cotton gins preservation: the entire skeleton of the 1 ,cunlia,1st: Monday in December. ofTu.ics. -Frank K.Saxon: Brooks Cuiinty, Jud'jc M. M. Blackburn, Live ;

for cleaning sea island cotton; tho'only kind mastodon. About twenty or twentytwoyears This umeudcxU >cctton 2 of act of February villc. Oak.
"- Jo, 1371) all does not change the Collector of net'eIIllt-I" )J.. ',Townscnd, Clerk-Robert: A. Reid], Live Oak.
of.cotton grown I in this section. Th< :'pro4prictor sinCO'tlte skeleton was gotten out and Spring Term. .,'fc t.TIIIUD. Drooksville.Superintendent. Sltm'ff-John II. Session, Live 0 ik.Asoeimor .

has': made a decided Improvement. on placed[ in a house of :Mr.: Ladd'.s: on the rail- nncuiT. of Schools-1). II. Thrasher, '11i1.rcs-\\. Sessions, "'eI-

the McCarthy gin, which, ho told toe,'would road between Marks:: and Tallahassee, intending ftjririixj TinnTaylor Fort Dade. born.
of Revenue-Robert: F. Allison
enable him to gin four and five hundred to remove it to a public place to be 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday: in mr.Lsnououuit COUNTY. Live Oak.

pounds: of lint cotton a day.*' 'lie also has put up ; but, unfortunately, the building April. County. Jndije-II. L. Crane, Tampa. Superintendent, of Srlwors-.T. O. C. Jones,
Madison :2d Monday in April. Ul. ,k \Vnl. C. Brown
Tampa. Live Oak.
in operation a rico mill, cleaning tho rice was burnt, also consuming the bones of the in .
Hamilton, 4th Monday April.Sutuucc'e Sheriff 11. Isaac Craft, Tampa. .
made in the neighborhood. This waterpower mastodon. The mastodon seems to have 1st :Monday after 4th Monday Assessor. 0/1.1.rrs-S. K. Sparkman, Tampa. VOI.UsIA COUNTY.County
is like a great many others, the water been very common in Florida. A numberof in April. Collector of 11'1:11111-\\. F. iuri.><, Tampa. / /J -James H. Chandler, Emiterprise. -

Is supplied from a largo lake with n fall of tho bones have: been gotten near the Nat. Columbia! 'M Monday after/ 4th :Mondayin : Superintendent of Schools"'.1'. Henderson I Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise: .
April. '
lltf twenty-five feet perpendicular, making n ural Bridge, III this and Alachua counties, Lafayette, Cth Tuesday after 4th :Mondayin : Tampa JF.KFKRSOX.Count : :- Rheriff-W. A. Cone, Enterprise.' : ,.I i
valuable location for a cotton factory The particularly the teeth. Lately large quantity April. Assessor: of Tuxes-John Anderson, Enter-
D. Christie :llmtticello.i.hrritf. : .
/ > .I"lt'-.T. prise.!
J. t 1*. Coats tho Willimantie and the uf the bones have been Fall TermTaylor .
gotten from the ) (.
Simkins Monticello.
1st In \ It. Jlh''tlr'l Rel'/we-Juhn/ D. Jonlan, De-
lit Monday
: l' Clark's O. N. 'r, will have competition before Withlacoochec river on the southern borderof October. 'l'ucs,1ayaftl'r Clerk-\\'. C. Bird, Monticello. Laml.Superintendent.

ti many years roll around, Where there :Marion:\ county ; and near Jonesville, in :Madison, 2d, Monday in October. Superintend. of. Schools-\\'. U. Taylor, of Schools-.\, Cranshaw] ,

is such fine power' for turning machinery, Alachua countIS, found a joint of the Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticello.County Enterprise
Tre.smcr-1V. )[. (Girardeau Ion.tictln.
and so much pitch-pine wood generating spinal bone of the Hazard species, that measures u wan nee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday::\ .
I in October. 'uulIl/; JIU1JeA, Giles, Urnwfordvill.
m steam, and the very best! raw material for ten or eleven inches in diameter This Columbia, :Monday::\ after 1th Monday ('"Il'lo"l llrreuue-Joseph Palmer, Monticello. "'heri.lW.. H. Walker, Crnwfurll\'ille.

i, making first-class spool-cotton there will bone is in the show' window of Dr. McMil: October. Ierl.at.: 1t Walker, Crawfimlvilte.
soon be some persons to make use of it and lan's drug store at Gainesville Fla. This' afuyette, (ith Tuesday after! 4th Monday kcenah.Ass<'ssor of 1/1.r1:8-J. 1 GrnnllHI1I'al1\ S"pcrillit'lldent of &llOJL(-W. T. nil\'al,

it out in its native land into beautiful in October Crnwford\'illt'
spin species now extinct. l.VFVYKTTE: COUNTY;
; FOVHTII CIRCUIT County Treusurer-W/ W. Walker, Craw.
thread and fine laces. There is at Tallahassee who .
n gentleman lordville.
Hixon Xcw
% Sprints TirmSt. HII/II" Jut/ye-.J. Troy.Slurir ,
Columbia county is a splendid funning has a collection of the bones of many animals i John's.!! 2d Tuesday in March.Clay =T11011I11 J. Walker, New Tro)'. Collector of Rt'I.tIllW-W. H. Walker, Craw-
county and very healthy Like Suwaucc, it now extinct. Florida is rich with cu- ( 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Imo vel11lawkius, New Tnmy.Superbdendruof.lwvlsJ.C.ILam4ey. ford vi lie.
Uradford, 1st Tuesday in Apral.Haker New Assessor of Ta.rl'oY-e.' H. Reynolds: Craw-
has very few negroes, and they are so even.ly riosities, and were they collected would forth yule.
:Tuesday! l in Troy
April.Xassau ,
't ] scattered among tho whites that they arc make un interesting museum. 3 made good citizens. There are two communities To return to the springs In Marion county Duval 1st Tuesday in :May.: Troy. G. F.1'IItY,

where they arc a nuisance and a pestto is the Silver spring, so largo that steamboats Fall Term- Collector/ of Jlevenite-Newton Sapp, New

the neighbors tho neighborhood of go into the spring. It is seventyliveand St.Clay John's, 4th Tuesday 2d?\ Tuesday in September.Bradford. in September.: Troy.Assessor of Titjce*-A. S. Ackley, New Troy.I.FOX .

t;. Dry Prutrio and the Myers plantation a hundred feet deep, and so clear Tuesday in October. COUNTY. IVKRY AND

r wliero they) make too free use of other peo that a live-cent piece dropped over can ISaker, :2d Tuesday in October. [;nutty Jadge-1Vm.1'; Byrd, Tallahassee.! L BOARDING STABLES.CARRIAGES : .
h>i/ < When bo the bottom where it Nassau: 3d Tuesday in Ol'tohl'r.lhl"a '"
': ( ple's property they are caught a seen at appears SIt'fiJl'Insd'y, Tallahassee.: AND WAGONS
in November.
"e.I ak rigid application of the law has n reformatory larger than while in the hand. The wonders ], 1st Tuesday Clak-U. .\. Bryan, Tallahassee. To and from Steamers and Trains

.!.;...1 effect equal to the'orklnb"'J* of a benevolent of this spring have often been talked of, TirmSumter FIFTH CIRCUIT.fyriiuj Tullaht.l'e.Tff'II"I".T.Superintendent.:; of S'/honlit-\Icnry N. Felkel, CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.:

society: where prayers; are held for but a spring of much more ]beauty, and novelty : 3l 1-Monday in March. I,. Demilly. Tallahast.t. FOIILE : -

them, From the, extreme northern boundary is Blue ping, in the southwestern part Marion 4th Monday in March. Collector of CreTutleC.. Pearce, Talla- HORSES:; : BUGGIIIS, HARNESS; .

on the upper Suwunec and Okefenokee of Marion county I have gotten in a boat Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th :Monday:\ in hn.l .Is<,,'. CARTS AND j WAGONS.
March. .4asrxsor of Tajce*-(J. A. (Croome, Tai lalmas- TEIlyiS G.ISIIZt
to the extreme southern boundary and out to tho middle of the
swamp pushed spring, fOf1ce anti
Iii Levy, 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in See ;r' tahh.-Firt: Street near
on the Santa Fe river it I is one vast and was; delighted with what I saw. The March. \.. LEVY (OINTY. lJroom Street Wharf 49-tf

l forest of splendid pine timber, interspersedwith artist, in his most extravagant flights of Alachua, 4th blondaynfter4th Monday in (busty Jwl'Ie-W. II. Sebring, Dronson; V. ,. _
occasional spots of imagination, might lay on canvas the most March. Clerk-J. M. Dan-o, Dronson.SheriJ stoics and TinwareW. .
Lake City north to the the brilliant colors, but would yet fall short of Fall T'rm- }'--3. S. Parker, Dronson.Attestor -
lauumlXli'k Sumter, 1st Monday in October. of Ta.tt1.ouil4! Appell), Bronson. 1-. STilEKTY
lands arc I lew, with many 1118, what he would here bee, and the delusion i is Marion, 3.1 Monday hi Ktober. Collector of I''ell//e-J. Ira Gore, Cedar ,

ami very sparsely( settled. wonderful as to the depth of water. The Putnam. 3.1 Tuesday in November. Key. Second Street, opposite the Post-Offlce,

mentioned, the lands are better from Lake boat has tho appearance of sitting in a largo Levy, 4th Tuesday In November.Alachua Sujjeriitttndent of &l.ooJ.. D. Menden-
1st Monday after Tuesday in M
City to the Suwanee, and up( that river are owl l the water appears to be a few feet deep November. ronson.

more thicktYllOpulatt'th, below the boat, and, as the eye is thrown to SEVENTH CIRCUIT. MADISON COUNTY.
South of the Jacksonville, 1'cnsacola A either side, tho earth and moss seem to rise Spring Tfrut (btur/yJudye--1 It. )(. Wither:
Mobile and Florida Central railroads: and the same distance from the boat. Tho colon Orange, 4th Monday in January.Volusia. son..o.htriff-S.! M, Hankins!!, Madison ,
y .
in 7
w south of Lake City the country is high and and tints areexquiil: te. The rainbow, in ..3d mat Monday Monday in February.llrovanl. March. Clerk-John M. Dejrgs.! Madison = ,./ %' t'a.

Aft rolling, free of ponds or bays, and of super!. all its gorgeous beauty, does not come up to Had,3tI01ulay\ in April )11lt Superintendent!I ()n.UmIlJI. of Schools-K.: S. Tyner, >. tk I1

ur ftrst-elass lands. In some sections the the: brilliant and varied hues here seen. ThoWckiva Full Term- 7i'talun.-S. 8. Smith: Madison 4
S 4t
is fascinating, as one ruled through in Is Orange, 2d? Monday August.. Kevenne M
/ Bight Orange county, a VolusJa, 2 1 Monday in September.Urevard.4th Collector of H% Warring, Madison -
r these'magnificent forests and pineries, andover spring; the Homosassa and Crystal, in Ilt-r- Monday in pteUlLer..1e .

the gently undulating country, the nando ; and all over the State, are like }),\. 2d Monday in ;November.C'otiufy L Anetsor. qf Tojre -D. 1). Wa.lsworth, Modson. _,1i;:_ :;;;_._._;:_' t, 1

IIRYYYf contrast: presented to the eye of the green springs. CIURLKS' :::: MIMM. MIXVTKE COUXTV.County i

grass with the fat, sleek kino browsing over. .. OHIrerM.' Ju/11Je-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.Cltrk i

the rise and depressions, the yellow bodiesof FIt NAM:, .\LC1W."XT\'. -Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.

f the stout pine} and their long,, pale, {\>uiify Juilyc! -Junius C. Gardner, Gaines l Sheriff-.\. S. Watson line Uvel.Ae ,
il EXCHANGE: : for improved city property **/ r and the clear blue sky above, he O ville. STOVES; :
leaf, HEATERS ;;
green Cttrk: -J. \. Carlyle Gainesville ':/ Rereuue-Marion G. Carlton, RANGEI;.
4 mentally exclaims, How beautiful 1 While SO ACRES: OF GOOD, men = .o.hniff-John "', 'l'urnt'f' Gainesville. l ipa h.Superintendent. TIN eND SHEET-IRON-WARE
in the mood sentimental come with us and A**<*#>r uf n.rt*-George. W. Hawthorne, of Schools Felix J. Seward, ROOFING ,
ahorseback ride through these wood Haul t borne.fJWcctur Fine Ixvel.; GU1'TEnnmI.'U1IPS

enjoy did and we will take you to a spot >u this Wand ; fifteen acres under cultivaion. ; of Ileuetiue-U,1'. Thoiua-s,Gaines MIRIOX COUNTY. DRIVEN WELLS: : ETC.f .
as we For information, apply UF. ) ,'ilIt'. County JIt,1Vt'-t tiMimfl p. Marshal], Ocala Alarge' .
that la lovely.: Wo will not go alone, but C Sl'HRER: Sujxviitltnilt.U of A-AOK/*-"'. N. Sheats, Ctfrk UoWrt Hullntk, ealj. i:a cull, and atexkoft.tov1sonbaud., CH"e.hIe %

- accompany some ladies and gentlemen of 37 Mansion: llou>e. U.l Jw'me.. Sh<> with. those" of.

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AIrIC:1'o VAllMKUS. h -five ((25)) new to science. It !is tmpn+"U>1o action of lime a? n manure I is entirely regulated i%25 to $50 PER DAYAN Heal ';!!'ICnt.('.

In view of the short crops nil over the for any person who I is not familiarith\ nt by the form and manner In which it .
I least some of the ordinary labors of the entomologist i is to the soil (Juick lime "hol\lllhe" Tin 1'IOIU\ R
country, Professor William M. Ilrowno, of ) EASILY: BE: :MADE: by using the
to imagine the amount of sharp used for heavy anti tenacious h,>il\l4, as\\ell\ C
Athens, g'r." the following timely advice celebrated OWN IMPKOVEMENT COMPANY
and steady search and research ; close, concentrated those containing a fair m nuantit vegetable T
the farmers Georgia in the SOllllfrlFarlll.,. application ; careful, trained study matter. On the other mind, if the soil be

rr's.i/onthly. It will apply equally n.* well and delicate manipulation necessary to light and friable, with little \.Diablo matter -
to the IIl'hil'11II\- valuable results in this new In it, caustic lime would in such n case '
fanner's of our own State : FlorhlIid1 ; but :Mr. -hmead, in his gtlict do more harm than: good. Mild; lime oughtto VI c'roaE.1VELL ("run u elllul,

1. Cut, save: and put under shelter every but enthusiastic and indefatigable: way I is be used, Ireatctlwith a mixture: of earth: Tuvn", oil It. It. Line
\blade of grass upon your farms. making most: (gratifying progress, mind informs and exposure) to I the lit lIJsh'ric, air, from ,
2. Sow millet Immediately on the richest us!' that he will, probably, add lit lcat which it takes carbonic' acid, which takes Armit: .AXI icoc'ic-: And Cedar Key.Offers t
S" snots that arc available, 11111'on will he two hundred ((3)0):: ) ) new species of insects to away a great deal of Its caustic properties.The .
able, 'probably to cut nnd cure u good crop science during the present year This large diHl-rent i circumstance" and condition UOIUXCC: :IIIMKY: ,
of millet hay before{ frost. number, of eour-e, includes many: speciesof of soil will not allow a uniform practice to :tIn -
f 3. Prepare thoroughly an unusually e more interest: to the ornamental": : than he adopted ; but judgment and, experience
"turnip patch," enrich it lihl''allv'ith\ \ a tile" (' )mlOUOiC entomologist) but allure ought to regulate! the application of all ma to Lessees amid Purchasers a large
good superphosphate, I\nI8llw, rut.il,agisccd; very valuable: from\ a scientific standpoint, I nures. Every farmer should study his own any part of the country.: "'0 mean it, I lumber of tho most eligible and desirable

t in drill, and will add to the fame and reputation of soil, amid Ihl'ldlhe would be )able: to avoid and arc prepared) : to demonstrate the fact. Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for
4. Save carefully I all your peas and i pea our young townsman, who richly I deserves the misapplication, of good m.mnre. Before City or Suburban Residence.! ,
vines, and if as 1 fear Ii' the case to a wale more honor and profit' than he 1:01 lit nil likely theintroduetionofartifici.il manure*, lime They lire operated by either Man, Horse! or

extent, you have fields of corn stalks without to receive from an ungrateful Republic. WII'IIIWrC universally used than now. which team: Power, and bore very rapid. They UPON T'av 'Al.'lt.Ho.Liberal .

corn, cut them down and euro! them in helps: to IH''OIIII for'l ho I'oort"'op:< of closer, mango in size from THREE: INCH TO 41

shocks for the use of the stock' It is ut- Oit\NK: : I INSIXT; : *,-A treatise on the Injurious and the til1kllll\ ot' I'IIbillg gn.1, turnips, It FEET: : IX DIAMETER: : and will bore to Discount: on Values allowed to
t. terly vaiil\ now to expect they will make : and, Beneficial Insects: found on the i i9 essentially lIl l'", lrthut a "'ipldy! of lime parties engaged in manufacturing or Indus-

corn Orange{' Trees: Florida, with four original\ should exist ill the !soil to 1\I1'1'! the re'll\in'-' trial enterprises! who will erect on the property -
5. Sow largely small grain-oaN, rye, bar, \ photo,lithographic plates, numerous figures incuts of the various crop"Every) : culti )purchased\ substantial improvements )
)Icy, wheat. Prepare and manure I the land IJI\ll\\"l'nh'-thl'l'I'\, Will id cuts, illustrating the \'nh'll'lanIIH"'II u supply) of lime for the .\\\' iti:ttutii; : mi TinThey fur residence, or in which to conduct their 1
well, obtain the best seed, and ,put it in care difi'erent insects treated of, by Will II. Ash- proper building up of its 1'lrllt'\III'I'\ mural, In l>u"tines.*. ""
fully Ilyc and barley should be sown as mead Jacksonviiie,1'lurkia. Published: by combination with pho:
l'urlIn September as possible. Oats sown Ashmead: I trot hers.\: -FiliI/II. fOI'lJIi'Ilar I' portion of the skeletons of the by exemption for term of years from 4
and satiSfucterily
the latter part of September or early in (October animal who feed upon) the < rots, A soil will here successfully taxation: offered by the several cities and F
produce the best crops\ : 'h'at-hmlll AXOT1IMS IXin'STKV VOlt may contain large supplies of every ingredient in all kind of Earth, Soft' :Sand: and towns. Apply) at
he sown in the third or fourth week of Oe- 1-.0 U I1U. which require: and still be unable : Bituminous Stone ( Slate
a crop\ Limestone, : \J\II zi'r Otlice cur, Beach & 7th !sts.! Fcrnandina.J .
civilization makes strides\ into tllwn..te to yield them to the plant, they being : Builders'
Hard 1':11Uranl lawn Serpentine
0. Select rich from ._ ,_.
spot, in0totwoacres
places of our :State, startling in an inactive :state, as it i is ouK. that portion -- I----
in extent, break it deeply, and sow !lucerne mmcntsarec1)nstautlyoccutriug. Practically develop: of the soil which soluble in water which and Conglomerate Hock, and guaranteed TILE FL01CIDAF

in drills Keep clear of grass: and weeds: for we know but little of the !ll'rat'aille: and iniportanct' N available as plant fo.id.' AIIIInlh'sis of to make the very best of Well in Quick
the first year until the lucerne "takes the soil which tell\ its composition; i iil of
't of the resources with which we 11:1'cIl'l'lI only : :UHI. They arc light-running, simple} in i
ground and I you will find that it I is the endowed nature. little value unless can hllIhe activeurmitter AND AND J IMMIGRATION Co tP.\' {
by Hay by
day newdisci
mot profitable patch" on poor farms.: iveriesarc being made and new minestit' ready' to be taken up by the crop. construction, easily operated, durable, and ,

If these precautionary measures are taken wealth being opened, which, if properly' Lime acts upon the dormant matter in the acknowledged I ns the best: and most I practical' OFFERS )

speedily, we can weather the storm." If not, handled must become the fountains of future soil, mind !performs the importniit\ function of Mnchino extant They are {endorsed by some '
I see nothing{ but ruin in the immediate future wealth and : In the wilds of rendering these active Clay: -.,,ilol: generallycontain \ UOO.OOO Acres
prosperity.\ of the highest: :State Official*. We contract
in which .
merchants( !:! as \\'ellu"l farmers\ :South Florida, so within Ih'III"l'h'clll'"ta: h and !soda
growing abundantly as to
Of the
will be involved that lime lib- for prospecting for most .
be regarded: imo u nuisance: and coveting tho and we know by experiment
Wiu.mt M.: BKOWM; ,:, surface: of the earth for hundreds of miles i : orates thes-p or lIlIll1l'1clII'ntCCOl'ttill to ACCESSIRLE( AND DESIRABLE: t tLAYmat
Professor of Agriculture, etc.OKXAMEXTAL is: the wild jute This plant attains the Profs'lrlr: lime helps!' to form a valuable -

height. of ten feet, and furnishes a fibre as class: of salts known ns "IILlcili"Itl's COAL: GOLD, SILVER: COAL OIL, : IX TifF: 1
AND KVOXOMICThere valuable for manufacturing! purposes as the or alumina: which has the power of absorbing

E..YTO.1l0LOG r. plant cultivated in India from which the i ammonia from the atmosphere. Lime AND AM. KIN-IM OF MiMitVM.Also : STATE: OF FLORIDA, i
of i N neutrali/es time neaps in the .<'1\11\I1Il sweetens "
are entomologists '1,,<1 entomolo jute commerce obtained If carefully .
gists. The one devotes himself mainly to planted and tended, the Florida plant win the herbage, beside: supplying food for At only $Li per acre to new settlers! with

the collection, classification, preservation doubtless: he forced to produce fibre longer, the perfect growth of the crop: )It is : fur sinking Artesian Wells and! Coal the prlvilege.uf selection In parcel of 40
and "mounting" butterflies tangheramid liner t than that obtained il'1)mit thought by some to be a wasteful practice to i
moths rare .
Shafts etcVo also furnish. : Roil l UCI'l'oll.r nun'e.'Thesu lands are located on
: Engines: ,
its allow lime to in immediate contact :
beetles, etc, for his own pleasure in exhibiting in wild state. Four qualities of fibre can come <
and the adornment of his apartments: be produced. That from the 10Wl'I'l'xtrclII- with' farni: -yard manure, thinking it would ers, Winll-tills\ Hydraulic: Uams, Horse- and adjacent to the, line of thoATLANTIC.
while the other actuated by far nobler motives ity i N used for bagging, cordage and paper cause n loss of nmnionia ; but they overlook Powers, Brick Machine.' :Mining Tools, Portable f

spends laborious days, and, sometimes that fl'OlIllhi hl'I' portion of the plant used the controlling! influence con etpicnt upon Forges, Hock Drills and Machinery of (', UILF AND WEST INDIA
"anxious nights," in trying to discover, for mats: and the backs of carpets A thirdquality the action taking place' in the !-loll, The action TRANSIT CO.'S 11. 11.,
hunt down nnd exterminate, if possible) a is combined with linen, while the caustic: lime upon a mixture of farmyard all kinds. ,
few of the minute but insidious and powerful \ very finest. portion is mixed with :silk fabrics manure and decayed organic matter jtl- Good active Agents wanted every (
destroyers of our field crops, fruits and and its employment has had much to )produces most:: valuable fertilizer, vi/ : nitrate country in the world. extending from FERNANDINA on tho Atlantic t

llowers.! do in lowering. former high prices of that of }motfShI! IAntebeshlc9beingaplant Address to CEDAR KEY: on tho (Gulf coast,

Several of the !states: have been wise and valuable material. food and bringing into useful condition time thus affording to 'tho producer cheap, constant

liberal enough to appoint state entomologists The city of Dundee, Scotland, is the largest several organic and inorganic matters: in the WESTKRX: : MACHINERY: SUPPLY. DEPOT) nnd rapid transportation! to the best
; in all cases' we believe, with very manufactory in the world of jute, amid its soil, also improves its }physical character,
marked and decided benefit to the agricultural importation of the raw material from Indiain rendering stilt and tenacious clays more friable 511 Walnut Street, markets.

community ; and wo see it .stated; in 1S70! reached the enormous amount of3aaJORM ami easv! to work. However, the use SAINT LOUIS: MISSOURI, U.S.A.:; The belt of country traversed by tho Tran-
"the papers" that Professor C. ''. Riley I ; ; : < ) pound: The Advertiser of that of lime renders a supply of other manure
sit ]t, n. embraces
formerly of Missouri, has been reappointedto city, in its i issue of the :.M tilt, contains the necessary: and under a good system of husbandry State\ in what Paper you saw: this: 1

the position he recently held and following significant; and encouraging article the increase of crop* will inereac _
: resigned ------ -'- --- --- -
the of Taking into EVERY VARIETY OF SOIL
as govern IlIcnt ('ntolliologbt ut Wnsh- : quantity manure. account
ington. "A Philadelphia gentleman, well introduced the various functions it perform) Hi is 7

This h a gratifying circumstance, and has submitted to several of our leading one of our best lIuturnllllanurcs. However, to bo found in tho State, a. largo proportion

r there i is a special jitness in it, as Professor jute spinners in Dundee, this week, a it cannot be expected) to produce its full effects Q being peculiarly adapted to the culture of
Riley, though still a young man, has specimen of jute as' it grows in a wild statein immediately after being 111'1'1"-.110- ,L 0DR M U c ZM Hbm-TItOric\L
t achieved a brilliant and enduring reputation Florida.<< Although rotted by an inexperienced bile Ilcgttter. OFDER FR C mR C FRUITS and Early Vegetables,

for his thorough researches in what we person; this specimen is valued at _.._-. .___. _, ,V"V1'.1" __ N'eo Qtolprrc p ul\l\i1'I jJeirge i, Cwnpact Bodies of Timber
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,, l'lIl1l'l'actil'U1 and economic entomology about JJM a ton. It is short; in the length :' ; : : mnke"tmjc lands worthy of CAREFUL KX- s
but \'l'rfair in both fibre and color. FOIC ':. scb 2 ,ca'
Wo doubt not that millions\ of dollars have Mr. A311NAT10N by manufacturers of LUMBKU! "
i been saved to the farmers and horticulturists Lindcrman states that there are in Florida }DESIRABLE: HOUSE; : CONTAIS'INXfive :
of this country by the careful and laborious immense tracts of )land parllc1larloIlIitnhle A roomswith Closets, front Piazza: DAVID LANDRETH & SONS, Philadelphia Pt AND: NAVAlTSTOUKH. i i'a

investigations!: of Professor Riley for jute cultivation, the soil rich, with abundant large Yard, Orange, Lemon and BananiTrees. -_.. -. .. .
into the wnys.and habits of the "Ilocky moisture from tho overflow of a largo Centrally located. (Good title, etc. NEW SETTLERS':
Mountain Locust" or Kansas grasshopper, lake1) and rivers, ami a climate ns well For further particulars, inquire at this ICKWAICI). '*#:
the Colorado potato beetle, and various other adapted for the purpose as: that of Bengal. office. 4-tf $1,000
American insects!:! injurious vegetation ; Steps arc about to to he taken to introduce ----- ,- ---. .-- Purchasing )laud from this company<< : arc fur- 1
nnd his great success in ascertaining the cheap labor, and it is probable that beginning My win, J. 1HCK1SON, Jit., was murdered nIslicd with entire free passage/ _on the Transit
cause of and suggesting remedies for thehylloxera will be made next season with a regu Money Sal cd IN hooey Made 11PUUCIAS1' 1 by a mob in the town of Leesburg, 1 tail road for family and personal effects:

) in French grape vines, has given lar jute crop.\ Dcntiis tt Angel machine : YOUR ENGINES: FROM Siimter County Florida, on the morning of
the station the land
to nearest
him n well-deserved and world-wide fame for preparing the fibre, mentioned in :Mr. {' $100 on n 10 Horse $'.'00 the 15lh of July' last. I will pay a rewardof : purchased
which we, as Americans, should feel proudto Drumniond's report, which we )published on a 20 Horse, and $JJOU on :a 50 IIorse-1'uw- ONK: THOUSAND) It ]DOLIMKS for thearrl'.t T1TLK: COM1'IErbeing derived by

uphold and foster. yesterday, will go far to lessen the cost of ; cr I iigine.: Send fot our prices before )purchasing uf the murderers, with proof to convict : grant from the United States, and purchase

To the orange-growers of Florida, Louisiana production, and Mr. Linderman h confident : 1':ngines, 0 Iris i presses, Saty mind them. from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE.
and the few other Southern states upon that if advantage i is taken of the resourcesof Orist hills Thn'l'hC'l's, or any kind of Mu.chinery. o< J. J. DICKISON.August ) .

whose warm and sunny borders this most Florida will soon contribute largely to 1Ve mire It\llIIlI'llIrl'r; \gl'lItol: J;a. 'Jin : ) J : SOLICITED.
attractive nnd delicious fruit may bo successfully the supply of jute for manufacturing Purposes and guarantee satisfaction in quality and --- -- r;

produced, it should be a matter of ,'' price. WALKER: k LOl U, Till: SITS EDIt IHHI.EVERYBODY Descriptive: M.us and ciKCX'iABs mailed outriplication.
interest!: nnd pride to know that we have in Now .c18 equal $9O! ill our currency in No. I'A't:\ Meeting street, West side, near .
our midst a young entomologist! e labors other words, the 1<'lol'ill.tiIrt', illll.crfcrt1preparcl \' Charleston: Hotel, Charleston( H. ('.
promise to be most: valnablonnid and wanting in length: was appraised ; .April) 'I lssl J-:,1)t.I'rok'ssionul:11141. CIIAS. W. LEWIS: : '

especially to the extreme South, mad who by experts at four and a half cents _. _. .. .. .. ; : rl'lItl..llw Sun. In time ctli Land Commissioner, l
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has already shown the great extent of his per pound. As before remarked, proper cultivation newspaper throughout the Ofllce\ cor. bench and Seventh Sts
researches in the production of a unique and would greatly increase its value. As lin.sIncsN (Card year to como everybody will find! : 10-tf
invaluable monograph on insects it )has been estimated that from two to four --- -... .. .--- .-.-- .. --- ......
orange -'--'--- ----- ---- -- -
the only work of the kind we believe, tons can be raised to the acre, it can readily I. All tie world's news, so (presented that
ever ;
IV JI. II. ('. 1)nYla
the reader will get the greatest amount of J. II. PItESCOTT.Style \
published, and one which has already attracted be perceived how very I lucrative such a pro'duct -
information with the least
small share of notice and can be rendered. It must certainly attract unprofitable expenditure -
no -
commendation / 1 ENERAL: COMMISSION: ;: \ MERCHANT of time amid eyesight. The Nun -
the attention of
from scientific men in our own capitalists) and agripiilturists. longngodiscovered
time golden mean between
and other countries. CKNTUK Sr. NKR.I:. H, DKPOT) Fit
: : redundant fnlncs.sand.I unsatisfactory brevity.II. ,
We allude, of course, to our townsman, eisagrand upportmmityforpmersnusofmoderato
William II. Ashmeud, author of the work means, who come to Florida for FERNANDINA FLA. Much of that sort of news which depends '
above alluded tort gentleman who, for the purpose| of going into the orange culture less: upon} its recognized importance Comfort,

many years clo>ely engaged in business here and who must have nn income for Hay Corn Oats.JA.1II1.S thut.pun its Interest to mankind. From

and (elsewhere, has still found time to make their maintenance until their groves: come _.. .. morning to morning tho Sun prints continued AM i
a profound !study: of his favorite science, ami into bearing. A few acres of jute, hardy ----- ----- -- story of tlio \liven of men and women,

to gather up most interesting and valuable indigenous aril exempt from! the ravages of Meiiri'I\, nnd of t their I deeds, p plans: loves, hales, trou 5 Durability., j
collections in both ceonomieand ornamental injects, will furnish them an income until bles.I This story is more varied and more I j j
their fruit bo harvested.The AND BUILD: !:, interesting than that I
entomology, ('spccla.llthe. former. For a golden can CONTRACTOR any romance was ever
few years past: Mr. Ash mead has devoted I plant is found in abundance along devised: js
himself most assiduously to the investigation the St. Johns river, and pretty generally Alaehua Street, l'ltwl'l'lII'cOIltI: ami Third, III. Jood writing in every column, and
of the nature ana habits of insects I through East: and South Florida King cot. freshness, originality, accuracy and deco-
found on the orange tree, and his discoveries i ton ma'ct' he dethroned in this section by FERNANDINA: FLA.Orders rum in the treatment of every subject. ir rIlavlug
in this: hitherto almost this new and formidable rival, owl there lire
unexplored and IV. Honest comment. The
estimate from distance carefully Siin't habit is
field are carefully set forth in the little volume many who would gladlylock to the standard
to out about -
attended fearlessly!
to. iitf: speak men and things.V. .
of the fresh for honors.
already mentioned. aspirant! M .
: candor in
--- Ko.ua
--- ------ -'- dealing with each
It will, doubtless, bo a matter of surprise, Even: ns the saw palmetto, long regarded) ) litical and po largely Increased' iuNtodc >"
4-umbercr of the soil has !been discovered O. S. OAKIX, party equal to commend
even to' observing to bo told as u : of I'oot-uear In
orange-growers what i 11 praiseworthy: or to rebuke both flue
that, the tree of Florida Mr. to be valuable for paper( pulp and other COX'l'H.HJrOJNH
orange what I 1'4 blamnble in Democrat
Ashmead has found seventy-one ((71)) differ- l'nrpeJ'le, so the Florida jute, hitherto considered IJUILDER: or Republi and medium grade' I am can* 2 2blcdpluce

ent species of In l'Ct8. Of these, )however, a pest, mav become a boon and can.VI., Absolute Independence of partisan before eiiNtom-
but blessing" to thousands: of our citizens. )1 tNCFA(7U10'm'MOlrLMINCS ..., my
thirty-four ((31)) are injurious, and out of organizations, but unwavering loyalty to ".1
these only about fifteen ((15)) injurious, or Fine specimens of the plant can he seen true Democratic ; ornIlootH iIi "'ery lur&t'Norh.'ut'' of
from which the growers uf t he very oran e&hou IlJ in the office of Colontl Coryell, superintendent : Ulr\'J.aT: :+, !:.\\\'IWXIJ lieves that the .principles The .tiun be ;. ,
which the and
government Shoe
apprehend any serious! damage .The others of the Okechobcc Jail Company! Tl'RNED BALUSTEItS.; : 'NEWEI.S.STAIR : : constitution made by theutost
gives'us is
a good one to keep. Its
-'rl'l'llmcn's Bank RAILS WOOD IUVKSTROCUHS. : -
building, -
are not yet sufllciently numerous to produce notion of duty Is to resist to Its utmost eoiiipeteiit and Hlcilleduorliinen.
much Injury to the tree'or fruit' As this i-* a subject of exceeding: ini|>ortnnce : HIU\TJlIXCi: the efforts of in the
power men \ ,
>ose to allude to it in future WEATHERBOARD-: : Republican These Good \VertItI.rt'I.'d > ;
Mr. mead's studies in .the "Scale Infoed" we ,pro[ again ,arty to net up another form of government <*

wiH'prove of the greatest importance, articlesL'uiwc.. ISO AM. (FLOORINC.. in! place of that which exist The year 1X81 for CASH, and are
not only( to orange-growers, but to agriculturists 'and the
years following will
LUll AS JLIXUKK.. only eYfbanged Tor the
generally.; as discoveries/ respect Stair and Chords: Work probably decide the supremely importantcontest. namecommodity.
ing, their time of hatching will show he Nothing in the whole range agricultural Tho Nmt believes that limo victory Thin will be deemed -
thrt' -broOlJed-i, e.. some hatch twice ayenr opinions as lime as a fertilizer. People for monopoly, the rings for plunder, and/ u 1.1t'.umrt\ aifter weeing, examining

and .others thrice ; and hence washes for seem to have agreed to disagree in referenceto DOORS AND W.XJIIJ'nAIJ\ ; :''' the rings for IlIIpt'riull'o\\'r, and learning at whatextremely
their successful extermination should be used it, some holding it to light ns! u most valuable Our terms arc an follows:
V at the hatching time and no other. manure indisjiensable} to plant life, OF ALL SIXES.: For the l holy Suit, u four-page sheet of : low price these t

Of the above large number ((71)) sixteenare and n ceded in copious! quantities, while! Post office Box 171. twenty-eight column, the price by mail, Goods, are o ire red.t t
nets to science, and' most of these ((1C) others regard it ns of little value at u real )Jan I Fernundina, Fla.W. tl[ oat-paid, h 55 cents u month, or fo.VJ a .
are parasitic or beneficial ; in other words, manure, but of great value &i a mechanical _. .H___. __,___ year; or, Including the Sunday! 11S111'r| i an .tJ. ply stuck or <: Ix'r: ::,II.VN: ;
they prey ujwm and destroy those other in- agent. Under the circumstances the best we tight-page I sheet) of fifty-six: column! the IT'KM.SHI.VC! ,
sfrcts which are injurious., : Mr. 'hmead can tilt J N to give nil sides of the question 1(. IIAI'IC.VIUIIT, Price[ 1 is fi.\ cent* u month, or $70 a year, .. Goons IM worthy
has bred from scale insects, aphides, and time coming from whut would becomsiderlgood .\I. t.ST: tfct-pald.. .the attention of thoe .IeMlringllne'iioodii.
larvu and. eggs of many others. Most of authorities, amid leaving; our reader to make wal.E.m.ttc; avn KKTUIEl'TCHER The !Sunday edition of the Sun U also fur. "
these are their own opinion: To thU end the fi>l- misted .
extremely minute and averageonly up : AND STM'IC DEALEU.AS : 1 rearately| for Si.'JOu: year, post-paid. .0. '
from one-hundredth/ to 4even-hun lowing; l N m.idiMip from a jmj.('r by Mr. R. : :, The price of the Weekly ,Sun eight l 1-uges, g"' irorders left to my selection
dreltbs: of an inch in length, requiring| ; )powerful Ciordoii. published (In that lea-lint. L'nxINhIierindical In lee.TENNESSEE fifty-fcix columns, I IJt $1 a year, iHMt-nuid.
mticr >copes to detect and render them the Xurth British AffrifutlnrM. Fur clubs of ten tending $ltJ; wo will end will reeelve careful and prompt
visible. Lime says )lr. (Jonlon, i I" one of the most : : BEEF. : .\. SPECIALTY. : &u extra copy free attention. '

Mr Ashmead has'" also, mode pedal important natural manures we )1C !H.tS. and Addre I. W. KNOLANI: .... ..
studies ofoak-gtllsduring the)pa..t wiuter.and the value of its application to the soil has HR'to.uu n Wiunr, Publisher of The >u>'. J H. PRESCOTT,

has already discovered) : and described twen been known from very early 1 erimshThe! / I'J-lf .FKRNANDINA: ..\, I ;3!> New York City. 4-3m Feruamllua.... Flu.


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Itilk County and the Tropical List of Letter
t I. \otlcc to I'm' Sale.
Railroad.On Remaining Jn the l'ost;
MIRRORS -Ofllceat Fc-rnandi-: \ l Proposal I will bo (. \ ,,' Carriage, in perfect running or
:I j : I the 10th of August n large 1I1nts-JIIl"l't'! na, Nassau: county, fla., Sept. 15, 183l. Persons tier,1s81 l t. for work of four Has been but little mod.! '

ing: of the citizens of I'olk county was held :!! calling for these letters u1lstsay advertiwd grubbing; and grading, W. U. C }Di-nvfcK.
t ItrJ1t cttotts. at redlllllat which complimentary resolutions : crocs-tics and I laying the -.--. ---
"!,, were passed: in regard to the liberal HattIe, William Count, Francis 1'Inr.w.TJtot'r I to Tax-Payers. ,

;1 \k.; Mrs. A. 0.' 1'. Stark was! a passenger! on the policy towards the settlers pursued by'J lou, KSe! )) : for \' ready to receive tax returns for

,'"t' Wc. tern 7'c.nn, which sailed! for New York 1). L. Yulcc President of the Tropical Railroad ; >.w.n. EdKferrs:. netting two on sections the south! of I year. Blank returns will be fur '
Gfttis, Daisey) (/Green Joseph, ollice over , Stark'sstore, cor
yesterday and olFeringJlie company representedby Moore. I'I\\:, n. I'urdylantesIi. the work now in progress.Specifications and Second, streets.WM. .

I. General A.. K. IJtirinldu!' died at his res: !. Mr. Yulee the right of way through, their Parnell', Sally ((2): ) PhillipVijc]| ofllce of Florida and II. OAHLVSP.

f; itenco in Bristol on Tuesday! last; of spasms! premises free of charge. The resolutions Simmons, Patience Perener, N.ilhiael W ., Fernandina: Fla.Transit: : INIII'dll0., 1831-tf
Slawrmer K'aisis :
of the heart.Captain were transmitted to Mr.( Yulcc by Mr. J, II.Humphries Hell: hlvira Sterritt: ( Jan.es. Hidden will bo ", .. ----..---- .-
: Turner
Mr( M.
I' : secretary' of the meeting, and inresponse White-hurst, Phillip'illitlln M time within which. the \' ,\ch (.I'U ('InenCH. '..
1). E. Maxwell, Superintendentotnc Oeorgo W. be completed. _.
I Mr. Yulce has! addressed. } the following Waulbug; :SusAnnaliHKMI ; : -- --- -
I Florida Transit Railroad, returned from D.) 1 '1'. W. IMLMIHl: ,
the North on Wednesday. letter to that gentleman : lcv.! J. (Brallt} VOK, Jacksonville ponTAon: Fla. M: :;
UocKDRtnoE AMJM! 51'nxNis'A.., [ -. -- IY AT LAW
The Fall Term of the Circuit Court for September, t 1S8I. j SVM'I T. RinpF.t.i., : P.M. /'or : ,

this county will convene at J'celllJHall] on J If I/umpfirirs, /> \ the third Tuesday in October( ) SIR : have rc\:(' \'ellile( resolutions In Mcinortam. tim Address H.,"

.. adopted at n meeting of citizen of 1'olk )Died) ii| this city 1 on August :Wth I limed] :: ]given;I to collecting.
Mr. H. n, McCallun editor of the Union, held Medulla( the 10th of August MHS Ei.Kiun: I
county, at on Smnu: in the wountcentl Hoi-soy's; I! Drug) Store. H-C lu
returned last week from a four-wceks' visit last which, by instruction:, of the meeting year of her age. 'J'ol'cnt i

f to Tennessee, much, improved health you have had the kindness to transmit. I When death I the insatiable! enters a dt t3'. Address a suite" L.of" / \(; XVAVS SIICIATS.:
i'' The spirit of the meeting and the tenor of 'household an.1 takes from the domestic; circle "
L It is expected that the star route cases will its action are very pleasant to me, especially! : those( tvhnse) tottering limbs admonish i I, : :STOIIY! ,

It 1 come: before the grand jury of the Criminal as evidencing an interest the progress and them that their course is well nigh run. Teacher ( HY AN ATLANTA LADY.)
this month after the completion of the internal improvement while we grieve! at the se\erancc of the ties Wanted, a ladv to teach I
Court Washington! ,, '
system projected and adopted by the $tate and miss their loved presence! wo citn hilt hood !school.. One who : ialiui-sfs! i\pialion:
r local cases have been disposed of in 18.,}5. That system of trunk roads. with remember that I they have obeyed the inflexible preferred. Apply to B J. .

The newly-elected] French. Chamber of j judiciously located branches to local centresof t law of nature, and have found in the !-eplO.'Jt: SI'i"U"c'I OK, t
I trade, and the fine water avenue of the ;grave rest:, from their labors.) : When, : END OF()) A DREAM( LIFE.
been received! I again
have ,
Deputies,so far ns returns ;; l I
i St. Johns! river will meet the reasonable he enters unawares and snatches from a Private S ,
will consist of 4f>0 Republicans, Uonapart-- wants of all parts of the .State. mother's arms the little one on whom she Mrs( R i J.::. Alexander : "'I:I'IU"XI: \\'S

;, (1( : its, and 41 Monarchists. I am happy to be able to assure the citizens has centred )her mother's love, the blow, rent private school in the September 17th will contain
'of; who composed the meeting that the though overwhelming at first, brings in its the HUh; of May, and I ( chapters of an intensely!' inter
President nt
of the Elberon
: The condition work now in progress from Ocala southward wings those! comforting words of our Divine share of public patronage.: entitled Elijah liathurst's Ex
.; : ,) I :N. J., has gradually improved during the will go on without interruption to its Master( when ho n....umcd. the form of man Apply at the school room the End of a Dream Life;" by td ,

:I It last week. For the last few days ho has contemplated terminus. This assurance I and shared our sorrows and griefs; Stiller; of rt II, 111,111\111 p. (). ( n: MAY WITT, of Atlanta. yr"4 i
I been allowed to sit in an invalid, chair a would, of coqrsc\ not give without I having the little children to come unto\ me and for FF1NASnLN.tlimy: 8, : /: to anticipate the interest or fore-
:: :" np warrant for making it. bid' them not, for of such is the kingdom of .- -.---- lJlelit ol our readers; we abstain '
)\ A?. i short time every day. Very truly and respectfully, yourob'tsv't: God ;i" but when ho selects' as! hi.'I'Idim one For lieu .. an outline of this charming

I .:' : The second class steel armor plated turret I). L. YUI.EK.: who has !safely passed through the dangersof A desirable we feel assured will be read n
.. residence
J childhood and is and all admirers of
-- just entering that (pleasure by "
: :ir ship and ram Conqueror was launched reccntly Nassau County and the Atlanta J'x- when a life of happiness is opening before age near Centre. Apply, to !fiction. The: story will run "y

i y{ 'tt,,1 at Chatham She 'Is over 0,200 tons, 11Os11 lOll, her: when 3.i-tf : / live or six numbers of the

f .' and her engines arc of 4,500 horse \ : : ( NEWS.:
.:tt. power FER.VANDt.NA, September 1 I.1);, 1881. "Death braceUnhoused unawares, with his ('cold kind em .. $2 year, $1 for six months.
Her Ilrlllament will two
k'i', i; To the Citizens of Nassau County : her virgin soul from her fair Hooks! and ( be sent by Money( Order Regis

: ;'1 The barkcntine Mascotte arrived in this Having been appointed vice-president, for hkli IIg.plaee." - ,- 4:1' I'Xpre'ss:( nt our risk.

:. port on Sunday last, with a cargo of brick Nassau county of the Immigration and Exposition we need, all n Christian's faith, to recognize II 0 It A C1 J :: It :! J. Savannah II. ESTILL, (,ta. v

: I' < hay and general merchandise, consigned to !! Society of Florida, I take this occasion the troth that "lie duct all things well."
1 i Wholesale: and
W. A. Sanborn. The Ifaicotte is a new vessel to call upon all citizens of our county Rut a few weeks ago we saw Miss Elfred I IBOOUS \"' HlCai SCHOOL,
model and C25 tons among us in all the beauty of her youth and ,
of handsome register. to .\
exert themselves to the end that the advantages innocence, and to realize now that she has I MAUY'S, OEOUGIA.:

jt.?; 1' Samuel I Fairbanks, Esq., Agent of the fur of Nassau may be fully demon been snatched awnv and that her sweet
rcau of Immigration in Jacksonville, lettont'j.1 strated to the vast throng of people who will smile will never again!; gladden our heart, : I : : : I'-::; OF THIS": SCHOOL
r, ills! us with grief and sadness. \ resumed the first! Monday( in
!; ;' the City of Dallas for New York on Sundays visit Atlanta at the forthcoming Exposition And thou art dead, M; and fairIs 5911'1s'r f( :! 15 \Y :; : I I lS$1. Thorough preparation of
: ':s{ 'ast. During his absence the business the finch an opportunity will perhaps, never aught of mortal birth ; JACKSONVILLE( :: : ) ; : JIULS: for the best Colleges in !r'

j odlco will bo conducted by ex-Governor again be offered. Let nil unite 1 in making And form so soft and. charms 1'01'1I1'1), : ; (' .

Reed collections of such articles ns will bo the Too soon returned to earth. address '.,.
C \\ C. WHirJIlT! !
Though earth received them in
t In another column Superintendentiaxwell means of inducing people) to locate among And lieu'tha her bed, J..frS'hoc Itoolis,, n '* Piincipal.
:! spot' the ( \"O\\"elllla)' tread ,
calls for proposals. forclcaring the right us. If we would 'have taxes: reduced we I In carele.ssness or mirth, .. _. ..
; of way, grubbing grading cross-tieing etc., must t
Ids Florida Otis class! of citizens. This will enhance the A moment on that grave to look.. "
on the lino of the Tropical Railroad SCHOOL: BOOKS !
for forty miles south of Sumtervillo in Sum- value of property, and for every dollar of c'. ;

tor county. increase: in value there will he a corresponding Range of Thermometrr 1jx

'; The wheat Minnesota' will not be decrease of taxation fly) having our lOKTIIIi WKKK: KNDIXO: KUIDVY, SEITBMHKH: Ill LA1 .STOCK: I IN THE: :T.TJ.1': ',
county thickly settled our educational. HOU-SEV'H wtrn trout:. 3
,. so! large this year by f five or six million bushels __ .. .. _
1""IJ" .
will bo
vantages promoted, churches erected,
as it was lust year. Nevertheless tho estimated .:.:.: ASIMEAI f.
p villages spriugup, and prosperity binilo uponus. ;:; :: :: WInd : ) BROTHERS
is 33,771OO01bns1
d ,
aggregate c= _I ',.
J. 1- M t:
which represents a comfortable' degree1
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( to of agricultural prosperity..' 'JilP' Hy) authority of the convention that appointed Sat unlay............... 81 89!) un I'3 RE. I :21!I West Bay Street, JACKSONY1LLE, FLA..

r' has me I have appointed Messrs.! Henry Sunday.............:.... IH 00 IH fH W. ,
4 Governorr Wiltz, of Louisiana; I issued >avis:'!, John Owens, "'. \\'. Mt Cully, John Monday ............... f8n\ 89) S4 I HK "'lwl'slIUlld ICclail }yf
r;. a proclamation calling the' lieriffs, assessors N. Moore and O. "". Lewis, a committee to Tuesday ............... 82 I $3 t't 8i 5K.11'ednesday. Iluolisollors, Slafionors. and t f
th0 ............ tj:1:
HH 87 I'tJ 5K.Thurvday .
und, tax-collectors of state to a conference -
push h forward the objects of the (convention Dealers! in TojstMis! and Fancy Jr"'ItII'hl"n ,
........,....: s84(/ I HK
: : 1' at the State-house in New Orleans, who are respectfully! requested to exert Friday" .. .... .. f411"G, j.; S4 Sl'1Lf :
;:':q, $ on October 19th, for the consideration of the themselves in behalf lIf the Nassau county :' _: ::.::::'- :__ '- ;: Killing and IUnclilt:;. E

'. fl$1 grave defects in the laws regulating; assessments exhibit Mr.( "'. A. Mahoney, one of the committeeon 111 IN -'-

t, : and collection. of taxes! and licenses. transportation, will give all information .

,V.., : The Dublin correspondent. .,.. of the Times relative to shipmcntofgoods.and, have them lrt of J'crnandtna ].)* LANKS:: AND) BLANK HOOK: for Counting Housea, laill'Uall1111: Steamboats, .( "i
forwarded mud returned free of Jiatle,
to order LAW BLANKS for and
expense. Lawyers : of the Peace.
"At at Klltullali Gal IIIC.II\ WATKK.
at ', says : a meeting way, \\'. N. TIIOMPXOV
n '.,1 Mr.( Larkin, of the New York huh Wurld, Vicc-PresidenHbr Nassau County.The Saturday: $ept.l7.2:51, :?: A, M. 3:22: J'. M. :Subscriptions: taken to all Papers:'! and Magazines at Publication prices .t : 'J.
made a violent speech, in which he declared -- -- -- -- Monday: 'to 19.! ..... 4-f2: 5:0-1": Send for our Catalogue and Price Lists Send for anything in our line, and you can 1

that Irishmen should not pay rent except Florida llnlldlna nt Atlanta Tuesday ,, :20...... [t:33": 5:53G.3S: : get it. Orders by' mail promptly attended to.We ".

; at the point of tho bayonet or the mouth The suggestions of the chairman of the Wednesday, 21...... r.:21": \ : "
iy of the cal1 \on. The land( act, he said, was supervisory committee and( Su peri n tenlouts Thursday: :2-2...... 'j'lIj:<> to 7:1J": have recently published' : Index to ho Derisions! ol he Supreme .j' 'l
Elliott and Place have been !placed Friday, 5' Zl: ..... 7:42: : 71: ('0111'. of Florida. By 11. M, Call l'apcr-pril'efJ.:;: '1'woUI'tI! Abaft the .iii:
r: : a fraud in the hands of Messrs.! Ellis A: Mi( 'flu re,
:; architects uf this city, who kindly donate 11u.t.' Iy! F. Jordan( Paper, 73 cents ; cloth, $1. Orange! Inserts (Illustrated). i'j""
Cincinnati cannot her bacon South,
; the plans fur the building! It will\ be AHR1VKD.Sept. Paper, :$:::1 Any of the above Hooks mailed to any address on receipt of price. *
) The Ihquirtr says : Orders ore }here for bacon cruciform in .shape\ a spacious: portico and 1(1( -:S.:: :S.:: City: of Dallas Risk, New .e...,
to go Sonth, but cars can't: be had, because vestibule occupying the head of the ('ross. York. .\SIBIRnnO'I'UI'US: ,
supported by four palmettoes! in their 12 ISark Mnseotte, Imlkley New York ,12.1
), f they are standing on the track full of natural y JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
state, :3ux'h) feet. The transept will he 13: -S. I'. Florida, Usinn, Savannah.:;
t ,, ; grain which the owners are holding for lOOxiSOfect: along the centre of which will 11-K. S. Western: Texan, Hines New

;. higher prices. Sell your grain or unload it run a table or stand IM feet long 1.n J) feet Yoik. S. B. HUBBAKD & CO.

and let tho cars go back. If you don't, demurrage wide. On the sides of the walls of time transept "-S. P. Planter, Scott Charleston! f .

t j will soon eat you up." will he shelves and bins for the dNplav CLR.RED. JACKSOXVIM.I, FI.OKIDA, 0 t.
of general products, while t he tahlc Ia 11I1
or !< ,
The London Daily: .\" ,""* states that the described:, ) above, will he exclusively, for the 5. )10-S. S. City of Dallas, Risk New ilOLUSALE AND BETA: IL DEALERS I IN ,

: s Russian journals> publish terrible details> of of display the cross of fruits form and will flower he divided The remainder into two .5 -I'ch.ptIl'1I York.; 1. (S r\'c.: Fountain, r' Iiurdu arc, Stotes, Doors, Sash, fluids, 1'aints, Oils, .

;diphtheria, now epidemic in Hm8 tIt is reported rooms, one for the reception and the other for 1 tall IIfibre.is -PtMIS; [ : LEAD AND: IRON PIPE :SUfiAll MILT, liUHHEll AND LE VTlIEU
I that in certain communities and. parishes the Board of Immigration and for the newspapers "-Hark Hattie G. Dixon Sawyer, ItELTINO: STEAM AND OAS: FITTING. PLUMHINO( TIXSMITIIlNfJ.[ (;. '

:? all tho children under fifteen years of the :State, thus atlbrding, "1'juO New York. ; ir1l.\ZA1W'S: : POWDER, UARHED FENCE: WIRE. 4'Mjanl:
feet of isSeim.. Roger Drnry, Baker, Haitin ,Sr
J ,, have died. The origin of the attack dates iipjare and vestibule.space The over ulllll1b.\'o the of i the orJco .'.
from 1872, when the disease first; appearedin fruit Htand and grain bins und general exhibit 12:?-Hrig 8trah111, Fdanchford, Trinidad. :_ IMPORTANT NOTICE !

Hessarabia, Since then it has spread far shelves: compel \'hitoni in their promenade .. =
13-:S:, P. Florida Usina. Savannah _
a 1. and wide over the south of tho Empire: and thus to pass compel immcdiutclv the uttl'IItImill by every exhibit, ; 15-S. S. Western Texas, lines, Now
whence it lately began to make rapid \ insiH-e-: York.
progress tion of article.
towards the east, and then northwest The height is twenty feet from !floor to- 1G-S. P. Planter: Scott, Charleston J. & T.= KYDD

x In Pultawa, a province of considerably less plates, and the centre of the roof is ornamented IN J'ORT.

e than 2,000,000 inhabitants, there have been by n sk being of upright' ; character: Hark Ma"cotU', Bullde)', 025:!; toes Are clearing out their large stock of
all four sides of glass, through the Hark Joseph Hakcr, Ryder 30!>! tons.
: 1 .15,513 cases, of which i 13,703 were iata1. centre of which piussi-s! a large flag-staff, from Brig Eva N, Johnson, Ioane.143 tone SPRING AND SUMMER
; 'y -- which will float a broad! streamer bearing Brig Carrie Puddington, XW: tons. GOODS '
Captain lope flroneratedIt the namo l l.Omn.while) from the ridge 5d m. A, it' K.: Hooper, 322: tons. ,
a+ 1 of the roof on cither end of the transept will Sch. Daisy E. Parkhurst, Hooper 350 To make room for Fall purchases which are now arriving .
r will remembered, that weeks
v some rise state from which will float State flags, tons.
; Ago the steamers St. John and Ureakwuttr The building will l he warmed with f four heaters Sch. Sadie Willcut, Watts, 1(19! tons.Sch. MEN'S AND YOUTH'S CLOTHING ,

; collided as the former was going out of her placed in and around the building and Oliver Crosby Hutchinnoii, 2l Yi tons.1'assengers r

; Berth, foot of Liberty street The collision:: time[ most tender tropical or semi-tropical FROM LOW-PRICED TO FINE GOODS.11A ,
fruits vegetables" or flowers will be protected NcwoeAtcD.t.
caused great excitement among tho }passengers from the frosts and ice of that region. Of Fernandina fofNew K<;A INS IX DRESS 001)S-Afull and complete
theSS. Johns and course, the building will be from stock consisting of
of produced much temitporarilycomm.structed
; steamship City of IMltu, September 11 : SUMMER SILKS ALL-WOOL LACK BUNTINGS LAWNS, LINEN
and, while strong and safe will be f IHR
talk at the time. Some parties were disposed .
erected on thecheapestpossibleplnn. : A LaVinc, Samuel Fairbanks, Mrs and EGES and GRENADINES: SWISSES: TARLETANS, YIC1'OlUanli
"Captain Vogel of the St. Surely l Miss Champion Mrs. 1-:. 11. Crapo, Miss Nellie PERSIAN LAWNS
to censure Johns.
our citizens ought to realize the importance tit low prlcoH. Summer Nllkt*-from Fifty Cents .
'it will be seen by the following note from of erecting this building and at once remit Craiw, Miss Nettie CrajH), Miss Maggie ...
United States. local of heir contribution Crapo, Mrs. A. Martin Lemming II. K. White
the inspector steamboats in money to the
Furnishing Goods
and wife, J, Darling. Henry Heishler, J. a
who thoroughly investigated timewhole' Mr.[ J. M. Schumaker. of this i-ity.-l"lIif/l. Specialty.
Wendel.! Crook K. F. Barker E,
affair, that Captain Vogel i h honor. Ludrig ,
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Crawford, J. Macintosh, John Sherman: Jail. Our Improved Dollar Shirt is the bout, UUJ1rl"\'iSl..1In lit and
.-Abandoned quality
; .b1y..lndicated Schooner Toured tunelbrt. Floyd T. P. Mayes.l'asemigelx Itlearhed nud Drown Cot touN Wholesale I +
l' OFFICE or VISITED STATE LOCAL ) from Fernandina for New York Prices. Fruit of Loom at-
IS PECTOIW or STKiM: YKSSKLS! aNew } POBT ROYAL, 8. C., September r 10.-The ''x'rsteannship U'o/crM Tttiu, September 16 : 10 cents | 10.1 Sheetings, 25 ("ellh,.

YORK, Septembers, 1881,J steamship ('ilyof /"uw, Captain: Risk:, from Mrs. A. ('. F. Stark: \V.T.' Jones Mrs.( 'l'. Tilson. A case of splendid Standard I'rlnt! nt O rents per jtird. .

'Leo Vogel., EQ.t Master Steamer, St. Johnt ; New York:, "l tel'lh"whell twenty-flve. \I Ir. Harber, W. l:. ];ray, S. J-l Keniian, ; ti- We aw Agents for 1JKVI.IX A, ('0., leading Clothiers
SiB,By our decision) rendered this day to miles 1 southwest by south of Frying Pan (U. W. Rig: s, Jas. Clark. From Jacksonville : FALL SAMPLES: now 200 of New York Citt. )
George U. N. Tower, Esq., supervising in- Shoals fell in with the schooner Lurle Wheat Mr. J. J. I Manta, C. 1' Smith and daughter, ready; styles-sty of tJl'Ufrom! 815 to fc35 per auit

roector of this district, in the matter of the ly, waterlogged! and abandoned, with all her W. Matthews and wife Mrs.; 1:. E. rock:, Fit guarantetHl.!
_' :"collision between fcteamcrs St. John and masts! and bow-sprit gone, ant I took her in "'. K. Turner .F. \\ Reeve% U. e.<.' lupbell, fif A visit to our establishment: will t-onvince you that while '
Breakwater you are exonerated from all tow' and brought her in this: morning to port John Slierilt', Elias: Plain. inferior Goods, we are the (lienpet"' Dry foods we do not ell
blame. ItespectfullyArTts no 'al. The Whrattry{ is loaded with resa\visl Cargo steamship Wtttern{ Ttiu from Feruandinu 1'lorhlu. House! from Maine to '
JAYo::, lumber from Jacksonville to Baltimore and
for New York, September 16 : 74
Joux K. hnll.\n.| (from her appearance, ns she !'> Ken now eases cttUr. 25 iswkalea| merchandise ;2ui' T. cfcs T. KSZ'T= '

United States l...0. I lusttslsr New York OIUl'l', ,
-/'eui York Commercial Advertiser.<< und during the hurricane. ? 55 l.aea cotton, 2U,3iO feet lumber. : sa'1'ullrr. Strt'et:' J n.t! t i X.I-:' (.)1'. Centn unit 1'hin18b., +
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