Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1 STATE xiAlachna.:;lrs, This 'l'IrIIOrl' will go than ever, and we there i is room for all--which. is tree Its'tii suited for oranges;: wo would say the high prised at the improvements that were going
is: rule has Atlanta worked up her I magic pine lands, out about) Levy ville and time :Sum.: for+vnrJ'. Mr. A. I). Key 111114 just coos

l + better growth )Do not say to 1dm that he will wam-c river,, and the new territory. annexed plrted a two-story addition to his boardinghouse

I TutOr.Lie=. SumE-MCNm.: ".-netween town- glad toJearn the interest that I is: felt for the starve for he will not if III' is sober amid industrious fronthariu a county Oranges: do finely III ::'Ox3() feet, which gives him a large;

tits (C and 12:! soutli, and ranges!!! 17 an.l 21nxt (fisheries, for they help to bridge] over a season : : After a time manufactures: will theOulf Hammock! and several are planting dining-room and six more bed-chambers.

1 or 3(5-miles( frllllllorth to south, and 21iiilcs of a short bacon crop, and the exchange be added to our commerce, our rajlroads: will out trees in there on a large l'alcJr. With this addition, he can accommodate
I Turner I do as well at llron: on as! any other fifteen or twenty boarders. Dfr.ASPen-
from c.it to west the oldest settle- i is not a \bad': one.-Captain \V..1 extended and our agrlcmiltut4divcr5Ihit' anges
ientsand l densest population of AlaclmaLunty who lives about ten miles from town, on the and inmproveml.'e have but entered on u portion of the county, but the soil being dry is having a neat two-story business

t are embraced. The attractiveness: of road] tu White Springs: knows how to grow period of progress which will bo! even more poor considerable fertilizing is required. If home constructed, which will be for rent.

||hti sect ion may be Inferred from) the fact cotton. He informs us: that he had: this: remarkable than we have experienced during there are any who 11111ht'hnt wo say theycan Dir J. A, Macdonald: has n'filing; house 20x

'+ hat it has been selected successively by In- season picked'and I ginned 1, by the J :lilth i instant, ;\ the past few years.:: l-t every' man put bo convinced, by taking u personal ob 30 feet, two stories high, with dining;;-room

fdians, Spaniards, Englishmen and Amerifcans four bales of fine :Sea; 1..1\llIl1'otloll.:\ averaging his shoulder to the wheel, and, whilo pushing servation. The severe cold last winter killed and kitchen detached, nearly completed, for

in the past three centuries! for habitaiiin. ; 170 pounds] from his t"o-horse farm.He along ill our grand forward movement, no trees in this county. It was rather a his own residence. J. I'. Donnelly has just

Large grants named by the King of plants: his, cotton\ from seed of the! first let each, and all of us:: cherish the philosophy: benefit, as it destroyed the insects and I gave commenced the construction' of ft store

pain lire still the familiar names by which l'ickl'lll'a'h year, and in hive :11\1111 half feet I of cheerfuliuss. Hocanse.< times: are good new vigor to the treeCalnr h'fy JournalMarlon. I, building l for 0!, 1)I Clifford], :30x00 flt. at Ids

they aro called! today, and embrace the rows, one stalk left. to each eighteen inches; now wo are not compelled\ to have, a panic wharf at Lake Kustis. to which he will remove

.' finest bodies of land in the county. They in the row ; the distance allows: the cottonto next year, or wilhlllltlcc.1I1e. Panics result We are Informed that Captain A. I n. Johnson his stock of goods a.s soon as finished.

are inferior to none in the State for natural spread and yield fruit His experience frlllll violation iff natural laws. Hard times will soon commence the erection of n The second story\ will be reserved for town-

fertility, except, perhaps I to the red clay should be an example to others and beneficial do not come from years of profitable production magnificent hotel at 511 vet Spring.! I It will !I hall purposes, anti will bo a great conve

land) of Middle Florida, but they are equally to the cl.l "lIunit-Lakc City lic/jortcr, but are due to destructive agencies, contain fifty-two sleeping-rooms, largo parlors nielH''e nlso had the pleasure of n call

durable. The oldest! towns are Newnansville : Ituval. such as war, pestilence, famine, etc. There' dining-room, bath-rooms, billiard-] at the Semi-TrHpifnl, office, where we made

in the northern part and Mtcanopy, Last month there were 3,300,000 feet of is: now no cloud in our hori/.on' to threaten I room, etc., and all the conveniences of a the acquaintance of its genial proprietor,

Ju the southern extremity of the county. yellow pine lumber shipped from this port I I disaster-nothing h rctnrtl our progress-and modern hotel. The plan alone cost; $,'300. Mr.'oigt\ It is perfectly wonderful how

Ncwnansvillc, years ago, was the county 3OJ 0,000\ ) feet to domestic and :.?SSfjOO) feet faith and work will give us a future of prosperity The work will be immediately commenced, Orange county Is building up, and West Orange -

seat; before which it was an advanced postin to foreign ports, >4,243,000: for the and happiness:: unexampled.-Mayor and we will have more to say about it as: it is petting its full share of the boom?'

the Indian territory. A large tIllllll.t'e :I same month last! year ;ill decrease last: month Tarblo announces: that the new bonds will progresses--Wo have been reliably informed South 1/(1"11 Journal

population] mostly enterprising Georgians, of 876,4(10( feet :So far this year there has been be exchanged for old on the 1st: of November. that arrangements have been made I'ulnam.

settled around it, and soon surroundedthemselves 13,718,200: feet of lumber shipped from this One operator bought over $30,000 of between the Peninsular] Railroad Companjand The alligator teeth business is quite a

with bountiful competence. Although port (not including that shipped by way of the old bonds last week. Sellers ask: from the Hauknight lino of steamers to fUll Florida institution, and beginning to assuino -

the war disastrously affected. the Fcrnandina) against 3 ,jRHHU: feet for the 23 to 23. IJuyers offer from 20) to 231. With
a daily line between Silver Spring and the largo: proportions. Mr. Fry informsus
place, the hard-laboring farmers around same time last year, an increase this year: of a settlement of the city's"debt our present upper! hikYs,.touching at Lcesburg and all that he has sold over $300 worth within'
have contributed a good deal of trade to it, boom even will receive a new impetus.1'ciaaculn .-
I lOUmMl; feet.Vttecs the lat
other lallllill This arrangement will gi !' thirty days. They aro used n great
while they have prospered' in n u\ll11Il'grcl". \ OK THK XOMThe: schooner Gazette. .-f I i into effect on the! 10th of October.- The rates-! deal by jewelers for pins, earrings and

Many of them make ana save money; iney Magnolia, which met with a disaster!:! on :-;tUlbliIl11 JllllHbo'ougll of freight and travel have been considerably other fancy jewelry.-Mr. Fry, one of our

live in the Hunt picturesque' portion of the ..\ ; bur, as reported in Sunday's The engineer corps: of the';'Live Oak, Tampa l'l'lll1t'cl,1II111] the advantages: to bo derived most skilful taxidermists, received twenty-

county. The larger proportion of the ]landis Union, is: now I lying partly in the marsh it Charlotte Harbor Hallway arrived in Tampa by the citi/.ens living on the river and the three beautiful pink curlews one day Libtweek.

i open hammock, and the pine land Is about two and a half miles: North river on Thursday: of last w'et k---mum Friday
up ran lakes will bo very great.--Colonel! James Mr. Fry informs us that ho has also
mixed with oak and hickory growths, and from the bar, and about half a mile from St. a lice to Kallast 1'.lillt,1L11I1 on :Monday left to 1 I.. White leaves this week to commence II received some extremely handisoinu Brazilian

,.) the latter is quite as hilly as the former. Augustine.: Her freight, which, with the continue the survey of thciroad: to Charlotte survey of tho Hamilton Ii.: :ston pllrl'hu1.'l'OI'.IOnOOllO birds: of most exquisite colored plumage '

Out of these hills springs of water gusli.While exception of the deck load, was: considerably] Ilau'hur. Tire party was made, up of very acres. Ho will bo engaged: Jn the \besides number of other novelties]t iu,

fi there aio many extensive-open!' plantations damaged; has been taken to St. Augustine clever gentlemen, and their brief stay: in work about twelve months, providing the'Clthl'I'i" his line Ho is now filling largo orders fox
there arc !-tiIlIlrge areas of open hammock and placed) in a warehon.se subject! to the action Tampa was much !
very Captain stuffed of
land \\ sis: favorable as it h has been thepresent specimens Florida birds from New
and! pine awaiting !clearing and of consignees who have all been no- John C.; Reynolds: showed u= his continuousprofile year, but it' there is: much ot'IL "rainyscusan" York, Ilohton and Pittsburg.-- Captain
Colonists counted I the thou
occupants ,
( tilled. Captain Spartle and crew were still of the route SIlI'\'l' tlh"lLivc! Oak Hawkins finishing
ry sand: conM! make elegant homes in that it may possibly require cighteeimonths. ; just driving piles:! for
productive on hoard.) ) It seems that sho < leak to this IDS IIIH With
section of our Jt is i not sprang a point, just the exception Tho company\ have acted wisely Wallace1 tfe Cashen's log pen at tho new mill.It .
county. between St. Johns and St. Augustine; : 's, of u few miles just this! side of (the engaging i is
known whether wheat will there, butevery in ; t'ulomiel1'hile for tho workNo a very largo one 'and well made The
other cereal will and grow cotton tobacco and the pumps:: had to "e01'1".1. manfully Wilhlacoocheo! river, nod u few miles!:! between man in this; :.Slate; is better qualified for Piles forlho new wharf there will bo drives
: : ,
frails l lx-rrie and to kct'plll'r free. She tacked twice in tryingto Crystal \'l'rlllltl :Spring Hill, in Hernando I it, He I i is: accustomed: to the swamp urnbogsuf .soon. When this Is completed time Captainwill -
v.nci vegetables' are
make time channel, ami failing: the last county, the route ism level and! I
very Florida and knows what i is resume work on the railroad wlinrC.
at h.mie. :'Ili ,Lllol'}' is situated in the vicinity exactly .
time was carried among; the breakers!:! on the suitable one for the! construction of the road: ,
of lower and denser hammock and hd'oro him, and is: a thoroughly" compctonsurveyor. Ito weight of the ]hammer on the pile-! '
I bar which she
llnally thumped over, not, and Captain Ilv'ynold.ssajs hecan improve it He i is of West driver is 2,000 pounds 'and Itvi
. injxod ]lands. The natural growths and I a graduate : Point }: cast iiiSavantiali
however, until tho rudder had been driven \'l'fIIIlIch. when the line js to bo definitely] full
crops ore l-iJuilnr The town is embowered and !tl'ltlllll important position in the IMIgineering :Jlt has u fall of thirty tint,
through her saloon. The tide ebbs _
up now o uto.t-al Coisl l'rO/1i.1, "
III old, orange grm'es1 lIl'h attention has: and flows in her hold.NEW corps in the Western territorh-M which makes It give u very foiviblo blow.

'' been given ,by the farmers thereto ft nit, fiiucic YAIIU.-Colonel William Mac- /.ron. before the war, and !had ho not resigned i !his -Our, .l.W. C. Hargrove; of IIi hv: city,

vine and] segctablcculture. This departure Williams :\11'. I'erl'lar.Lo. I II g'4 Indiana. colony position to cast !his:: lot with that of the has j just returned from Hernando county,
Palatka, is on n visit to J, L.
from time custom of cultivatingfield; crops Burch, our brick .maker, for the of reached: : the city on yesterday, having camped' South he would t,-day, in all probability, where he has been to purchase n tract of
purpose I
alone, has not only kept up tl.c business ot getting information on bricks.. The Colonel I the previous night on that Miorrs: of Luke I bo holding. a high rank in the United Statesarmy. land Ho purchased( :oOO acres: of good hammock

the place, but bids fair to become tho means has: discovered a clay bank on tho Florida Jackson.!!! The part con-asts of the following He promises to writo tho lliiintcrdioccasional : land, little southeast' of Hrooksvilho

of 11I,1 d!
dependent. The business of the placeis millions in it "-of bricks. Success: to the nine ; :\Ir. H. J. McCoy, with a family of progress of tho survey, giving an IWl'urntetIil'riptioll ex-Oovernor Drew & Cu. purchased! 3CCO

i gradually expanding and its rising!; cnterpiise.! Such men as the Colonel attain five ; Mr. 1>. 0. McCoy, with n family of of tho lands embraced .in tin acres, J, A, Harris, of Ooula, 500, and I u Mr.

prosperity seems now to be \\11 assured. success: because they deserve it. five1r; S. Mayo, with u family of two ; Disston! IHII'cha'Iwltwer ho writes cat Croon, of Middle Florida, 400 cres. All these

At out time It was the county seat! and :Mr. n. Herr, with u family of two ; Mr. F.llicklc bo relied on us being entirely reliable, and purchases arc adjoining/ each other. The

maintained a seminary of high grade. Friday Major Russell, Chairman of the with n family of three, and Messrs.II. ( we shall look forward to his letters with intere.st. fund J.s regarded as very superior. Mr. Har

The citizens represent many states and foreign Supervisory Commit tee, received a letter from M. Noble, Henry Honcycutt, fieorgcHoneycutt 'fhey will form an important featureof grove says tho trip (from Ocala to Rrooksvlllo -
Mrs. Henry .\. L'Knglc of
countries. They are intelligent, eco Tallahassee and Richard I Mayo, young gentlemen our taper, amid I all parties interested\ ; in by stage-coach is wearisome and tedious -
+ nomical and attaining a condition in life fur stating that she would present! the Supervisory without families. The entire party that I portion of Florida will do well to avail I .journey, and that a railroad will bean

which they have been long heroically struggling. Committee with the flag for the Florida numbers thirty people, of all ages;, and the them"lve.s of tho opportunity of reading undisguised] blessing to that section oT
Building at the Atlanta
The sightly orange groves and vineyards Exposition.\ Timeeommtumittce train, consisting: of six wagons: created considerable them-Ouria Manner, tho :State. Tho Florida Southern will item
that will abound there will always feel very grateful toward Mrs. interest it filed into along
for as tour,. Thesepcojile Monroe. directly.-There arc three or four
L'Knglc liberal donation.OKINOES. .
make it
an attractive section. Situated near arc of most excellent!! reputation and Wok-urn that! an effort is being made bj Massachusetts gentleman! who have orangegroves
; Orange lake, about four miles .-Tho first regular ,
from1he'traekuf ; shipment of appearance, and were welcomed at Norwalk in
cordially of this
some our citizens to induce the Alexandria county. P. Ou
the Florida Southern Railway, with i oranges this: season was received yesterday. here by many citizens who visited them and lino of steamships: plying between New Jlillbourll, Nu. 0 Charles! street, 'Boston ; C.

which the town will bo connected by u The steamer Okeehumkee brought cJoWiltwcllt.fivlI talked with (menu. They have been forty- York and Havana, to touch at Key West. 11. Hlllith, 473 Main street, and D, K. Fra-
. I branch road, producers will have the facility boxes from the Ocklawalia river two days on the road !from the zlcr MS' Main
neighborhood &; Our ineixhant.s: will ha forced to take such Cambridgeport, Moss.
they have long needed to their The oranges, while juicy and well
get crops to flavored of I';VIIIIS: V iIll', Indiana which was: steps if tho Mallory line continues to ignore are tho principal owners Mr. Hlllboiirn
market. This new advantage will bring the were not particularly fume They had their "'
$ starting point. The whole party was tho claims: of Key West, us they havodiiiing has ,00 orange and lemon trees in his
lands!: of that section t into dropped from the trees and ,
rapidly market were gatheredup
taken charge of by )(r. Long and quartered' tho past' month. Our cigar manufacturers which arc in n very flourishing condition
and materially increase the areas of the and shipped more as an experiment than ,
varied -
ut tho (
fairgrounds, vhere they will remain having made
have had
,,1 el to decrease their force, as tlll'1III'c. a remarkable growth this sea
III'rclll1l1tublpru uctiulilt of all classesof anything >lc. 'flmGkeehuakeealso brought
long enough; to"e them an opportunity to had son. The forest
no means of shipping their Wllrl'H."r stumps have all been =
'people, and Invite numbers of new setjjers. fifty boxes of lemons; and several boxes of look about them for removed
.-Gatiuifille Advttcate, I limes. Captain Rice says that if the demand think IL place to settle. They see no reason why Key West should. bo iso from limo,grove. For n twoyearoldgrove

.:1:: L.tnI't.tcnrd.-ltcvJ.1'.IePass for the "dropped"oranges some of going on to Ilernando county. latt'lIl11 she has been, when limo steamersplying it is a smart:! one. There are, also,
,, !: whoseresidence warrant, he The expedition U under the command of between Now York and Havana have grapes, pear, olive, apple and plum'fret'S
i is a few milt from has no doubt but that
Archer, laid regular
on shipments Dr.
our table\ last:: Saturday a number of exceedingly will be made from the Ocklawaha : Temple, who has kept a most interesting kept up constant:: intt-rcourso i with tire latter growing; on time/ same place; C. II. E11mlth'flconsists
journal of their <
luscious, looking and palatable peachesof river.Union. pilgrimage, which he port. Havana, though a noted pest-hole, isin : of a ten-aero grove mostly' orange

late varieties. His trees bore heavily Lsciintblu. promises: nt for pul,1il'atioll1'lor, constant communication with New Yurk, trees, fame age us., Jlillboiirn's, and shown

The The Levy. whilo Key West with only an occasional equal thrift. Some of his trees have a few
peaches arc white and yellow freestone English steamer Merchant, chartered ;
and of large size. The trees will have ripened by Haring Hros., is at the railroad wharf OK\XCK GKOWINO i.v t.tn'-Stllllc writer case of fever is debarred) of all intercourse choice oranges variety.on this year.In order His to fruit push is the of a very

all their fruit within ten days from loading cotton for Liverpool. She will be has been disparaging Levy us an orange with that city. To our mind, if there was forward us! rapidly as possible.Mcssrs; groves, Hil-

now It te invisible to secure varieties for loaded by J. C. Graham A Co., of Selrna, and growing county. We are glad to see that a any competition with the Mallory line,, the bourn and, Smith have combined to send
our peach-growing will about writer in the Jacksonville Union takes health of Key WCHtVOUllllfl) Improve in the down from ISoston u schooner-load of ferti
section to rill the demand carry 4,.WO bales. She is the pioneer the lizer, about live hundred barrels
: from May to November. The Peen-to steamer of the winter fleet and scores disparager to task and shows ixmclusively eyes of Mallory Co., that their steamers that way saving something on the in cost nll,1n,

m and honey i peach, the DePuss and Good. one more mark in time fapldly lemrthenine that our.county. can produce as fine oranges would perform their regular trips.-Key West{ well: us the trunsiiortutimi i\t thr-lron.trn.-r.. n____..'_,.a.

omul varieties:, supplemented by kinds to tally of Pensacola's boom.- Cotton- -as well- as any outer in- the- Mtate.- The writer in the Newt. J'utuJm Jvunly, Journal._ .

be found in the mountain 'pur of Tenner lumber and naval stores is an established Union alludes to the fine orange trees of Dr. The ten thousand isle 'have heard the PRESIDENT- .

see, North Carolina and Georgia, with our feature of our port-J'cmacola Gazette. J. M. Jacks and )fr, J, M, Ilarco, of Dron- resonance of their first gospel. Chuckalns- Garfield'n favorite poet ,vas

own excellent kinds, would give us supplies )[r, Perry )1, DeLeon of 57 son, and makes our mouth run water now kee was visited about two weeks fcinco by Tennyson"In and the" poem he loved best was
almost from frost Kroadway, think Parson 1:. J. Hull, of the Mernoriam. The following familiar ,
to frost. The early and N. V., balm just purchased whence of those largo and luscious liaptlst church ,
a of land stanzas
late peaches promise to be of great commercial theputkirtsof Pcnsacola. .piece oi' oranges of. Dr. Jackson's. The attentionhas and three others, who were on their way to from this poem, which he qnoted in
value. Mr. DePass purposes to have a and third mile fur between the beeond not been given the cultivation of the Duval's discovery, and being like St. Paul, an address on thedt'l1th of Lincoln;and which
jKistsj the
nursery and plant out purjtose of orange in our in reaily at all seasons and at all were more than once applied to himself af
an orchard of the late erecting buildings for the county as some) others, but places to ,m
varieties, of which manufacture of those who preach, collected! the inhabitants ter his accession to the Presidency: have
he U the fortunate, Os- commercial fertilizers. have given it a fair trial hate of that isle a
sessor, and we wish him PeLeon is one been well 'oether, about forty souls all told new and melancholy interest and elgnificancu
the largest Htible] of the largest manufacturers of fertilizers repaid and we dare say no finer and de -
: suaccy.-Gaiunil/e.taltrocala in trees fruit Ii livered we believe the how He was, indeedAs _
or first
this country, and propose to ran bo found In any part of sermon ever
Columbia. the business! ber engage the State: than in JACV)'. Tire pine and hammock heard m 0115 of the ten thousand islands of Koine divinely-gifted manI'iuse
From the lumber ,J'nuatola Advance lands of the L'verglades.: Parson Hull! Is \ life in 'low estate began
low being shipped from our county scent )evuliarly n gifted ,And on a simple
i, this county, and the demand fur lands increasing OrB adapted to the growth of the orange. We speaker, and the M.VIIU must havu been picliircsijuu I village green ;
i it is probable that there will be sacula has been! ,-The prdt.llCnt| of Pen have no hesitancy in saying that no better and grand on that far away and Who break his birth's invidious bar

:b more money in circulation by January than long looked for, but its pres- (range growing section can 1.10 funnel in the lone Hand, which K" with one or two exceptions And grasps!: the skirts of happy chncn,
ent And breasts
rapid growth is tho
there was AII the first of a surprise even to its State than our the only settled! in thU blows or circum.Ami stance.
this!: year. True, most fcanguine friends.. What own, unl**, possibly, south one vast archielago grapples with Ills evil star
been done I ;
of us. Dronson |ll of unknown ami "
tottonishwandthecrop sauandtime! corn I fir the U precisely in the same lat. uimirveycd! fast-
crop was holly injured, but these will be what past 1t'C4NIIt only a promise of itude of Orange Lake, in Marion county, neeses.-Key't\ Democrat \\ ho makes)' force Id* merit known
i is
the And
near future. Our iivec to clutch
city will she golden keys/
madu the around which
up by returns fur timber are some of the finest "
alone. Orange Jo
grow I.i wealth and population. orangu u mighty Watts decree:::,
*-Kvery: year farmer go fmu this place Lt) Population groves in tire HtuteluclutllllJ the fine We And shine| the whiter ul thu throne
bring grovesof visit
: bUlJru"lllf. It takes women and chil pail u fl) the Lake; Kustii:. kettle.iiient .,,.. ;
the Gulf Boast, and l there! Mr. James A. Harris and -
pack up lare Oren to make rltica, urlll when Rev P, P. hut week driving )Ir. 5, II. And, moving from ;
quantitie of mullet amid uw umicr 1Thuli)p. It we up high to hl sir.
bring them weru aked what
lone IItei"t+ in take him 1I<'Ct1'lIor Gnu; there who Ulll''U\.16
the un
.k by hand: and tell: him .edLIH of the way on bin way to I4-ti Grttutr'seruwnit'" !opd
f ''R county we thought best burg and f Bumter county. Wu TJu. pillar of u ooplc'' Iwi".
s were
lIur. The .Intro of u world's desire' ,

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TH v"' 'fHANA TOI'Sl, rustic: bench from which her daughter had two in my pocket, in blank ; and, should you basket of ;provisions! and send us off in the life ; and she adds, that nt her ripe! ngn j(,..
,I; "; j just! risen.! "Come near me, and !hear me cn.r-'I 'Jrccl 110Ik' "I'ar that had done duty beforoOi ful reIIIIJ or tendency: to look i rlr\\al, ,
;j{; 1 To him who tn the love of nature holds) !:! with attention." "One-only I one, my lord Duke," wild many ""mll'r' day rlwhlc. To all hntl4pnUi U (' wilciI!! I kill
g.oo Communion with her visible forms she The young girl obeyed), taking a rustic Mine, de :Sohmgf, rising. but Nora the, whole thing was 1 summerday's fl'l'lng ( youth,
'akM! stool In'diented by her mother."Since What, Marchioness, ; yon, too?" frolic ; and I am afraid l we II requited Of course every WOIII is not Umwt\ \ j I."(
t A various tn \! )language; ; for Ids gayer hours voti left the seminary you have II One blank !signed and you have my her ready sympathy with all childish it was certainly I I lit) fault of hers to expo''
She hl0 voice of gladness) and) a smile lived in till retirement suitable to a young;; eternal gratitude. fears and'troubles\ by making her anxiety tOt much of the young ; why, .Ml(! isl.k|
j And 1 eloquence of beauty and the glides girlof.your: condition, who 10110111.1. not appear "Forso little ? They are worth no more (lit I this occasion the subject of our thought should they believe the old ? \rilkll, ,
: Mr (' Into bis! darker musings! with n mild, in' society, save at her marriage ; but than) pinch of snuff Here, Marehioncsat -*, less mockery.. It svitsailay'sjiiurmicv! to lind nre no testimony.t No ; hit Ole may' u,|,,
I .. on Til V And healing sympathy that steals! away that moment t is: at length Ii rn veil." your discretion., out that old: man and to bring him back (that they ('UI believe for the work'l sake'
'I'll Their sharpness, crft! he is: aware \\hcu What say yon, Madame?" cried. Jeanne, :She; took one, thanked him nnd left the with us. Persistent inquiries of various:! individuals and, I in spite I of 1 prejudice or nearness, up.,,.,
i thoughts looking i Ii I' hastily. fll'u' rtmuent. Soon' after a domestic! came: to inform i at length brought tis upon the h'llln little I ol what J 1'achel 111(11 lll, tutu \\ |111, ,
1; .)(fSJ H Of the last I hitler I hour come like a blight I say that I have arranged a marriage, Jerome I liottvart hat Mine I desired I to right track ami late in the nferll wo is exemplified i in t the 1 I V I'l and letters of mi tim
Over the spirit and sad images! such 8M f have long desired, for you." see him. He( found! her in her library. l letter ('IWI I in sight of I tho man we W/lt11 He Lt'T of women of ripe 1)):('. Not to ,\),
)ftl t Of the stern agony ami ehroiid, and pall: For me:?" in her band."You wa.s 1 small old man, lllewhllt the other t I ladies of great ability and culture IJI1lc
gcrsSweek And breathless) : darkness nnd the narrow 1'i'r" yon ; what I Is I here In the news I that have your master's: conI tI'll'C I years of Ialor-sitting at his cabin door a very Ignorant old country dale11"-"
:* house can surprise; \011"? Have you never thoughtthat can safely accord vou mine?" 1fkllli a pipe, his little ral,1hIJ his Godwin's, moot hcr She puts!> succages f0tnusages.and ,
U : Make thee to shtiddcrand grow sick at heart : it must be.. sooner, or laN-r?" The clerk bowed. 1mg daisies., I He long : had. on I the whole, a hidebound, ,
h Mr( ]I' Oo forth. under) I the open sky! and I list \ralllIl1el": stammered Jeanne III dismay. You must t leave at once for ParU." hair, and 1 :!t of (Olnl'II1I'C that even sort of intellect : but what wise 11111'. |I\
t Norlfc'busilj[. To nature's teachings, while: from nil : Jerome I looked his Sll rl'ri' !'('. gave me the idea of 1 lOvetlls / unscrupulous I ly, penetrating' ,fetters she writ ; (01"-
around "'Come calm yourself," saul Mine de So- Take /'lterllIIlllIwalt/ the reply. It character. To 0 our till'loillll'nt.! he Godwin, himself I forty.fie, says> at henlemli,
1 J Earth and her waters nnd the depths of air- lange colil lit. The marriage; will I lake may prevent t the signing I of I the coti tract." drew Nora apart, in we that he felt ns I I fIle hud now no one to counsel .
Col?, Comes: a Mill\ \'oice-Yet u few days, and place in two months! and, the day after tomorrow "I will go, Ma lame/ quickly replied! the! had come in search of him, and the few him nnd take care of hll. lint, to gi II (tit I".
: nntioj thee I shall bring yon to choose; yourtrousseau. rlcrk. Ho nt once "aI mmteml and ret i rosi.tII. words we heard tht'l(exchange (' were in Irish. type common enough something Ltt\'I'I'1,
; hlbitlI I. The all-beholding mm! shall I see no more : ." dame dc .Solange flew to her window, to assure They were lot long, 11)'c\'cr..II (coming{ to I Da'me I))urlclllntl Uuchcl tim ke t Ihe Illtll('
r fu all his course; nor yet In the cold ground, Jeanne' stood, for a moment thunderstruck. herself of t the route he had followed nn understanding, for Nora SOII, came hack of Frl.cerl'k, Mr. Coventry l'atmrea' -
.. 'CaI. \Vher.o thy pale form, was laid with many 1'ale speechless, her hands joined together, and on seeing him take the road to Paris: a to us, looking I more contented than she hud 1llh(11: ( i :Ever"i: ; 'Ollln'ml't.t her any'
I. IllS II .I tears: !she' stared at her mother."It I 'flash of joy illuminated her face. done for some days! and she told us that if da) (ordinary society. Nothing can Ut;
I f the J1 I Nor in the embrace of ocean shall exiwt t j j is impossible," she said, at length. i (to 1" she> murmured ; 1I0W. 1 fear t lice we would let the Illlal have her place in more beautifully i wise t than her IItl; nnd
I Thy image Earth that nourished, I thee, lii two months, Madame) ? Impossible."' no more!" (the car, she shorter way across though it is true t that a I poet, wri fellcitous ,-
1 'Th hall claim "'Jar impossible! ?" demanded the :Marchioness. the fields, and I meet us near home.It ( things for her yet I the h' has something

tic cl[ Thv growth to bo resolved: tit earth again, I III. wa.s growing dark: when l we arrived nt of Richardson's truthfulness. Siuh .
4 A'lll'Io'lt each human trace, surrendering upThine "I I know not-I was not prepared. Oh) I II Holiday HOI'.c. and, Granny was on the lady IIut110 need to ask for toleration from' ,
: t'nO' 0 I, individual being, bhult thou go I conjure( ( ".011-1 do not wi-h to marry, Jeanne had upon one pretext and another, i. steps looking out for us. I remember she clever young 1'eopll'-Thl Xjwtator.Koal .
Asp To mix forever with tho elements, mother !" cried the young girl, sinking on succeeded, I in postponing' t the dreaded union I. kissed: us all as we came in, but was not quite
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( t the j To be brother. to tho Insensible, rock her knees. with de Lanoy, chielly under t threat of retiring gracious to Nora, whose 11101 she still I I regarded s'n'c.
,p I f' And to t the sluggish! clod, which the rude\ Marchioness started. I into a ('(iii\'emit. Meanwhile events:! did, with favor. were all very __ n __
store swain Have I you any repugnance; to marriage?" not long delay in overturning. ) the project of tired-Ugssie indeed WI!> carried I in fast
j kno\\N. Turns with his! share! and t treads) upon. The \0, Jtfudamc( !'' the Marchioness. It was soon less a question ltl'p-O() t hat We could give (Granny no account Till: 11.0 I 1)l"OWX t
i' i" oak It cannot he against 1 the one! I propose to with t the nobility conquering higher): of our doings until wo )hCl'n refreshed -
H city Hnftll. Hcnd. his: roots abroad, and pierce thy you, for I have not named him yet, nnd you :' position Luau of securing I hose! they alreadyoccupied. with upper lad nU'lW\: mXT COMPANYlYriiuiidiim ,
: It i. mould. have not seen him If he be young; i intelligent The revolution began. :Meanwhile' I in another i part of the premises '
; cit1eitIics Yet not to thine eternal resting place gallant and of high birth, would you The Marchioness: was one of t the first to the "charmer" was at work. When I
rouldst thou equally refuse him ?" f.lllllllller I t the revolutionary! She was came to the children
Hlmlt thou retire nor X"r prepare younger/ i ,
'f wish All I whoever he may lIe !1'' cried Jeanne, I tried, condemned I to death and I executed for bed, she told us that before' he would par
} trips carried by 'iIi0tiiHi.1.I the Ninth Thermidor. Jeanne! who was take of refreshment t he I bad called (for
:1 f Cjuch! more IIHlIif, ccnt. Thou shall lie away ( any I Tonus on It. J{. Lute,
iscxi down I toe. tie' Solangn,; .suddenly raised her Known for her myriad kindnesses to the 1 pen, ink, and paper ; and having I tOT the
I A VVjtli patriarchs of tho infant world-with hewl.II l'iiemi you love another! Jeanne people, was not only spared !but protected! I last I into slips, lie ;proceeded 1 to write on each And C'odar Kr.v.Offers .
kings, .covl'ret11u'r face. There was!> a pause. everywhere. :She! was returning one day, piece some mystic words, that no one should
va.s, The powerful of the ('Ilrlh-the wise, the "So you avow it.S'ehl, AINs i here N from the! i Saint '.faJ.LIllnartl'r} whither she on any account presume to read or try to ,
r I )iyoWq. good, your cfioice : To be preferred to the Count had been called by one of those! good worksto read. This done, the papers were rolled up .
(;OIl8t l Fair I forms, and hoary seers! of ages past f, do LuIOthe man or your love must unite which she had devoted, her life ; her coach into pellets, and placed with( ceremonies
4 All in one mighty sepulchre. The hills i in u high degree! the advantages of beauty, was! turning the place of the lltleldc Villf, that none were allowed to witness, in every to Lessees and Purchasers a largr
r. rend Kock-ribbcil and ancient as the sun-the intelligence and fortune. Name him I lIall'Chllll when it was suddenly stopped) by nn immense rat's hole that had been discovered. II they number of the most eligible and desirable
Opl valestrelc1iIiig ut once I Hut why this silence\\ ? Is his crowd uttering cries of 'triumph. were removed or touched not only would Lots, suitable for Uusiness. Purposes, or for
I TI'i.V. #;1 in pensive. quietness between ; name so shameful, so vulgar, that you dare The people had just taken the Bastille A the charm be broken, but probably worse City or Suburban Residences,
I I Tho venerable woods: -rivers that move not pronounce it? Speak, Miss:lI"! number I of workmen approached! the vehicle i. things than rats would visit the house. The
Joc C'; fn majesty! and tho complaining brooks 1 io not question" \ me," sobbed .Jcamm ito. and one of them rudely opened the door charmer was then rewarded in money by UPON EASY TERMS.r
i': pac!! That mak'e tho meadows green ; amid poured "That is to say that you blush! to confess A t sight of Jeanne, so beautiful\ yet so good, contributions raised. among/ the servants ; fl'
two round all, u" your choice. Let there be no more questions he involuntarily I fl''olh'1111l1l1 uncovered."Whutwoufd !. they would not ask the mistress to pay: for J.iherul Discounts on Values allowed l to
i anti .' Old ocean's gray and( melancholy waste- : you will espouse: :" the Count de Lanoy. ; 1 you ?" demanded she in a proceedings: to which she had consented\ only parties nltd in manufacturing or industrial
1'l Arc but the solemn decorations oil ." gentle \'lICC. under protest.! They "scrupled, not, how enterprises, who will erect on the property
it t .': ..foIinI.. Of the great tomb of man Time golden MIII, My r mother for mercy's !fake1! 1'ardon, Madame," stammered: work ever, to feast him liberally upon her good purchased .substantial i improvements!!
t ,I Cove The planets nil the Infinite host: of Heaven "EnoughI"/ cried the Marchioness, sc\/-\ mall but one ,"f the prisoners!' : we have things ; and after eiijoyingtimis repast he If for"residence, or in which to cOltul their
}1 t ; Are shining on the sad abodes' of death lug Jeanne by the arm. "No praycrs.no just; liberated has: fainted.! the house. business. '
r" I A t Through the still lapse; ofngcs./ All that tears! I I will it I I dare to hope you willlJot Bring ,him here at once-quickly.!" exclaimed We were too sleepy that night to think INDUCEMENTS TO MANUFACTURERS
1.'ridlhat.ll tread forget this. Now go I" .J The globe arc but a handful to the tribes Jeanne arose I tremblingly I !saluted and Those, who loved the man approached and but next day they were the subject of many taxation, offered by he several cities and -
IIctt: That slumber in its bosom. Take the wing quit the arbor. placed him I in the coach. surmises ; and by the nferonl curiosity so towns. Apply atjStfOffice
f Of morning, traverse HarcaVi desert wind The maiden aided I in placing him beside far overcame the which we cor. Beach & 7th sts., Fernundinu.
their Or lose In the continuous wood II.Mine. her : in doing so, she was:! permitted to see had at first regarded the that 10-tf
thyself .
prohibiton. _._ ____ _ _
Jlot? rolls. his face. She could not repress a sob at the
Where the Oregon, and hear no sound we on the bold
do with imeredIrows
olllnge remained gal THE FLORIDA
isLIngi i Snve: hi-1* own (13.sitiIigs-yeL-t the dead are aspect of (the wasted visage. The fainting thc'papl'I-lllfUlsiti\e and irreverent little
l'ollllcrilO't'r\ I the discovery she bad
man "seemed to hear for his
eyes:! slowlyopened .
there people'' that we were,
: millie She took letter from the encouraged sOlchat.nm1frald. ,
And ,millions III those solitudes, since I first at her girdle, broke the s'al111I1 rapidly purse and remained"fixed upon\ Jeanne I by Granny. Having first made LAND
IIiscOlltl You Miller much ? asked the latter in
The flight/ of years began; have laid! them read as follows : a sure that Nora was well out of the way, we OFFERS
voice trembling with tears.
downIn shut ourselves in the where
up play-room
III few the
contract that unitesylni
a days
their hut dead there The. prisoner's features relaxed into animation the rats hud favorite hole. With the
teaifr : Iolt'ep-the reign Count a
to the dc Lanowill lie OOOO.rcM
,\ signed. hell
: he moved Ids and with effort ((
sucll, ulone, %; You know it, for I have warned: until ; : lips an of a knitting-needle, George
f In silence from tlio living anti no friend the last You choose you! : extracting one or two papers. On each there Of the most
: moment. can between "
b Jeanne I" murmured he almost inaudibly
,\ 'Take note of thy departure. All that us. was written a rude couplet, containing someexhortation
breathe I to the rats to depart from the AcCFssi: IILE AND DESIRAULELAM'S : '
;j't "Reproach not yourself, dear Jeanne i it "
1I Will shrtrc thy destiny. The gay will laugh 11l1nt'ollr fault if I have dared to love ; "You know my name? house. This i is t the only one I fully remember -
thou art the solemn brood of you. Jean ne !I" the prisoner! stretching t IN
gone, 1'I'Iellh"1 : .
I: iti Hud I been wiser, (colder 1 had been to-day his thin hands: toward the / TiE
itourwhii care less!>! unhappy I Hut near YOU I felt my soul Countess. Black rats and white I blue rats and gray STATE OF FLORIDA '
I I. Plod on, snl each one ns before will chase\ Holds ,
\; ', His favorite phantom ; yet all these shall refreshed like the in springtime.Whatever Who are you ?" she (cried !her look fixed Go down to rrhouse, and never comeback
leave may come, be thrice blessed for upon him I in nn anguish of doubt impossible this way. At only $l.2.i per acre to new ,('tler with

:t ri Their mirth and their employments) and the for happiness the world: : \' have gln'lIl11c. Forget to express."Jeanne' : More merciful than his forefathers, our the privilege of selection in parcels of -In
\ tile world for
ast' me or me" shall !I" charmer had
shall not sought to compass-the
I I come love nnd acres or more These lands are located on
nmljnndi And make their bed with t hel'. As the long you equally everywhere."Adieu Jeanne uttered 1rry of horror, nnd fell death of the vermin but only to them
I'Ii train then. Jeanne !I' Adieu, for a few upon her knees before him. on to the neighbors !II (a and uljael'll to the line of the

:Ii Of ages glide; away, the sons of men, hours! or for ever !1" The latter wit up, amid resting hhnrms upon suppose the rats had already accepted
l1oJ+. The youth in life's green spring, and ho who The letter Jeanne's she! hidden had just I'eall. while confirming the shoulders: of her fur whom he had suffered this rh .thlicnlnotire to quit ; for notwithstanding .ATLANTIC. GULF AND WEST: JXl.TlASIT \ )
left her III
passion, '
a rea'QfO he murmured : our interference with the properworking R.
i gltoffe I In I the!goes full "strength' of years, matron and the:\ same, de Ignorance/ relative to its (dijelt.tl "Jeanne (nUll! is good I have seen thee of the charm, my recollection I is CO.8 n.
maid. :Solange; trembled I the I thought of ngain !I" that the bouse was troubled( with them no extending fr.11 FERNANDINA; on the Atlantic
seeing I the romantic epistle' : of a child! compromise She drew down his 'face until it
pale Chambcr'a Journal.
t I '"tr And the sweet babe and the gray-beaded her projects. On Jeomi flu depended more.- to CEDAR KEY, on tho Gulf coast,
( touched her own, and wept her thanks for
I;r t! m 1 tlr Shall man one-by OliO bo gathered to thy side the realization: or annihilation, of all herschemes. the blest deliverance. Thus at last were ll'OMKX: AT FIFTY. thus affording to the producer cheap, constant -
thought threw t the Marchioness
omctStatf-. fly those who, in their turn, shall follow t they brought) 10 t'lllt'r-ta'sO! sunderedhea'rts. under ant rapid transportation to the bestmarkets.
(hem.rto : a desperate\ rage. :She would Krofcxu: :. It is absolutely untrue that tolerably .
I ; have I in her baud" the heart of I the young 'fair condiiols. I woman 1 is (if we may
( tsi: t live, that when thy summons comes to girl, to mailer it, to subdue it ; I if needful HAT VIIAJIM1XG. repeat erdu phrase) "played out'1 The belt of country traversed by the Transit -
weeli jilin to break it. when .she has seen forty-live I'ni goes H. )It. embraces
The[ innumerable earavan which movesTo M llIIe. de Solange\ bent her steps, towards the well, or even not very ill, 1 WOll1n "more
pur I that mysterious realm, where each shall, I house calming the while the torrent of passiou There is no perfection in this world, and frequently than not takes: I new departure EVERY: VARIETY, OF SOIL
; Yortr take swelling within her. As she entered sit it happened that once upon a time Holiday at about lift)'. It is: preposterous to assume
t'. II'! His chamber in tho silent halls: of death, the mlon tIme}Iuko) }De) Lussac. who attended House-for so I call it in my fancy now that wonll of mature ago! is likely to be' 'to be found in the State, a large

wh' Thou KO not: like quarry-slave\ tit night.): as the confidential adviser of his oung protege -\\'UI\ :! troubled by strange visitants.: Singular bt11111t'r growing daughters, or her grow- being peculiarly adapted to the I.roportll of I
} Scourged; to bin dungeon, but 1I.llIllIt"ll1l1,1,. t the Count de l 1\II0\r.lIroCl', exclaiming noises were beard ut the witching hour effectiveness of ntcll'ct. in aptitude l'UluC
for soothed with I that "dlnst tone of (the aristocrat who of night and bells were rung unaccountably, for "subjecU"I new or general StI-TnOI'IC\:! and Early Vegetables,

) vhc ICy nn unfaltering\ t trust approach thy grave: feels: hiniadf in the presence of inferiors : when all visible hands were in !bed. Nora, !.Jrlghtnes'4 and Slsc'ptilJit\what might and The Ltirye, CumjinetIndies (!f Timber
:. gras Like ono who. wraps' the drapery of his couch II t'ruli: a clerk. whom 1 brought\ from Granny's favorite maid !began to grow pale be cal1..I''lalt tho'"r'n'h sense of make these lands worthy of CA J. E.V.l -
: About% him and lies Ihlwllt..phmmllt: dreams.HYIIIW Master! I Durocher) and who brings you the and to go about after dusk uneasily, amid the WOTI, upon thl"suppositions, we r JFU .
:I, grcA > I'ttUtnMAItAMK /It/'Illt. terms of t the contract." with scared looks. Nor was she much comforted have just made, so much the superior being, .Ul..U'10.by manufacturers of LUMRKKAND :
1 1 J1 ?il toe. deSolange\ then perceived standing\ when certain depredations: on Granny's that it'time daughters, and the sons, too do X\\L STOIU .
libcFe near\ t the door a young man \vimuse face ",stores accompanied ,by other sutlicientevidence not feel it, there is "something' wrong with
\: Ill SOLAXGK.. seemed ll1l.t unknown to her He stood immovable convinced (the household: that them, It must, indeed, be grunter as 1 preliminary NEW: SETTLERS:
r ,
one hand hidden in his: breast. rats were the cause of the disturbance.: To that there is love heh\'ll'n the busbuml -
del' KJtOM THK: KKKNCII OK KMII.K: HOt'VKSntK. \ uti bring' t the cuplIf t the contract ?" Nora's mind, rats were scarcely' less terrible and the wife, nnd that the young people Purchasing land from this (company are furnished
((0 hthy demanded )1 miut'. de /Solange.. than ghosts ; indeed.! I am burl, her fancy invested are good in harness, and above all I in with ciitlre free the Transit .
We transport you to one of those grand The 'Ollllj.1I1all\ presented in silence, tiioh'ithmers : them with some of the terrors of the I themselves ; !but with I these Inchhioli. little pl8fQe on
I hotels of the Pompadour era: to t the ]avilion he held in his hand. supernatural more is: needed. _\nt thl battle is to be won Railroad for family anl j ersonal cflccH

.. of Mme, do Solange. :She; took the papers\ and opened them for One night, coming into our room with a along the whole gray hair is a gray to the station nearest the land )lrllL.'ICtl
f' It was near the close: of the year J 1773." perusal: ; I hilt scared v had she glanced at t the candle when we were fast asleep, she spied hair, a crow's foot a crow's foot-and thes'e TITLE: COMPLETE: :, being derived i by
Tot) At I the moment our "story, begins a young writing, when she, : trembled. The clerk black spot on my sister" B,$ rc'b pillow a rarely cOle to the young ; but "certainly" from the
girl t was seated in a retired i I arbor nt the end raided his head."This "'sNit] which lied( precipitately when the light as Lord .LcOl says, "it j is no though grant United States and purchase
'fl of tin alley of vines and roses.! She seemed deed is not byIater Durocher" appeared.! With a scn'ul1lthilt rang through persons' in years 11'1 la\'c, tlll' more from the State of Florla. .
ill nil the splendor of early youth. Her air she said quickly. the bouse, Nora fell on her knees and was ullabit. jiulcliruntw niitdmnua pulfhcr; for
::1 ::\'esti,. was ut once m" ''lc.st and provoking and her "I \\'rltl'it under his dictation," replied praying und crossing herself frantically no youth can be comely)' but !by pardon and CORRESPONDENCE: SOLICITED.Descriptive .
A1ILL ('o tuUle participated this double exprekion *. the clerk."You when (iraunv hurried Ill. She turned 1 her (considering the youth as to nuke up the
; :She drew u letter from her IHISOIII.ud ( ?" entreaties to tier mistress' then, and dillil1tul'ur ; comeliness." It is: the mistake of giddy :u-a and Ctt UflIfMeti' !* mrc of !being unpcrceived opened! it I I. Madame." (:runny. bbo wept before her and implored ud"ll'cllcor sand blind conceit tu suppose ,
', oJu"l. )' and read it OUT in 11 low tone 1 ll.iv- What is the mutter with _\',,". lar"'lllI110"1 that she might-that very hour-be that I woman of Jih' cannot be exquisitely CHAS, W. LEWIS,
f: lg/ I'mMicd, she was: about to fl'.Lllh u uln. ?" tiskcd: the }Duke) hastening to her. allowed to go III search of u man (she had beautiful, (' command a man Land
I AT';' When the sound of footsteps on (ho gravel "Noth-nothing !" /gu>pd m1 l1n('. de So heard her mother sj>eak of him) who' >va* throughout I the whole range of his nature ; Commissioner
I the .,. walk of the /garden: caught; her car. Hie lange in an altered tone. She had ju-t recognuedin |Lw,sesfd of -n charm fatal to ruts. The lives cannot take up all the gladness of life ami Office cor. JJejwh and Seventb Sts.
ujekly returned the letter and almost 1 ut the the writing the clerk! I that of of the innocent children, she said, might be beautifully radiate it Iaiu. for him al'l for Itj-t tf l .
hva( airto"in! t UI'tJt \ tko vntrance to the arbor was no room for doubt. She: rai od her eves : for if lU-s>ie's guardian angel: bail not ing out, with I sad hc.rt. the miserable life PATEXTS obtained for new inventions
Mu Mme, do Solang 1I was tall richly ,dressed now to t the face of the young man. won {l'r- sent her Nora-into the room ut that moment of the very 'lur. Hut even with the i*>or or for improvements in olti l
.. n.'lt' Itl.Lu! firm\ of step ; nothing about her recalled ing where she hud before, encountered the rat would surely have Micked the I the general rule holds ; und among thl'1, one Cu"cah. Infrngelenh.Trade-Mark, !
'' her origin. She was of a sort of aristocratic The seminary of the Visitation came hllll'l hvvct-t child's blood Granny did not like borne of the pleusuutest, brightest; handsomest and all patent Inm'I.th; attended!
; ,;" f'Ice M.nii.ur.Vhat she lacked\ was not (iiict' into her memory. :She; sought;: to know I the rats, certainly ; yet .she. was very unwilling : women are women of advanced maturity, to. INVENTIONS h BEEN
\. distinction was lif,'. Her robe of velvet! i by what fatality a (toor clerk hud won the to lend her countenance to the practice but released INI the pressure of the care.s j It.X..nu: may still, in most cases, be | ,
could not disguise; her leanness, Slut the love of her child ; Mie only thought: with of mvult arts ; but it was not in her long to and tll: young chidr1 bring. Such <'nttl lidng opitosite the U. S. lot
lividity of her visage was: observable: beneath that promptitude of ambitious minds, that resist i tears and entreaties lleside, the girl: women may even be lJlrv(1 take fresh emit 0111cc. anti lt tn .L B t'i iii PATENT: HUSh
/ thi, the enamel with which she bud covered it. this! young man must I IK ,put tiAide. ut any %va s half wild with terror ; so there WliIlothing start in mental growth ; they. I and NK"4 JvXtLUSIVELY: we ( secure jutcuts -
T.F. U wn only in the gaze that her wonderfulrnew price. for i!but to ('I'llt. Early thE net mixing; more with men, r'a,110re in less time th.U those who ore rmolt
WIt.m4 could, be seen ; all her \'Itulltha.1 While her mind was burning, racked by a day CrUILprumls,. her she should' b j |>er- knowledge and become more agreeable companions ( I If1 \ushington.,
i I4kcu'r't'u u there, and her gray eye glistened thousand Illf'rnIIIl'\t-! ..:., the Dukeand'M.dii !1. ( to go II of the lm. whose than ever. These remark !become : Wht'l Inventors send) model or sketch!
f ften' with a light; difficult to bear.Icunne L-uioy nitinue'l to ionverstgradually name tsvwi .hc did not know. and who "cad.lluwl",1 more strikingly true, as we carry our eyes uiw I. we make search in te aijd
who had barely escaped u surprise and imperceptibly rising, to a louder (key.A ,; h might: liiv-dir long since wnll1 the scale of money mil cultur. I advise as to its patentability Patent OUe.
.Ux>l trembling) with her head bowed laugh\ from the Count suddenly, broke the I without in.parting bi. ."-i.-i I to another. Itch'I. who WI always i.'role at fifty Corn"poltlclce contidentiaf fees* 1N.
: 'at sight of her. anxious: pre-omipmioii of the: Marchioness: Noni ijit lit tiu- n-i .0| u.>' u''ia:, ,iitn-eytoI| years uge that she cit I. ; re PAT
.1'1VI" l looking "for \"uu," -aid Mine, de and forced' her, so tn speak, to listen in .ur ru.II, ec ,t.M *,. ktxp t.-r elf awake just ItS she did at fOlrtt-u 10lt nr I"Lrkulu; that i nvl1 T IS u.m\xo\ CHAHG1. : UNLESS
) ftolnnge, In u \oice the harmony tit'whldl "Sot the Colonel: 1 knew nothing about it, and did not thereby' improve her mentalcondition. she had on the whole the aiiia opinions !' 1.e refer h. Po tiiuster
i to the ( >
hal something metallic in it. Are M. do and.Inclinations. llrmiiol City
saRi!, .von Linoy ? ai at thirty, only that the and to Superintendent m.f the 5
lone? lIe did not quit the Ita tille until afterward Next morning, when we knew that bu i. background or her life richer with l' Money
: e1J Atomic\ Madame: ,' replied) Jeanne. '*. Besides it i i" the "l1r t way. "'It)'. lies* was in hand, all of us who were old gathered experience: and wa connected ington.t-Omc tor Order Division in \8h'
*. I would speak with you," said) the leslie de cachet Ii the must Christian institution i iiou-h in fit-1 interested in it were for escorting thought bhe laid: stress WE'l the vu'e. terms etc.special refereius, ,
4 mother, il) a more than usually hf'r'l in I lie kingdom I use ihuufor Nor on her way ; all,) what could' tedness, meaning! no doubt, that conle.could wlrC

i tone. lheame".. time Mating herself on iuy cf! and friendI" have always one or that L.t of Grannies do put }pack us \ a take bIrd i-eye views better than in earlier 2-tf Opp.I'atent C Ofliev: A. SNOW, Washington A ('0..P.1 '

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TKKES: NEAR A TKLKOUAril: WIKK. ME; CARD Lt'itvt'St.1lnrks......... ............."..12.0.1) n.111.
II-l: facts III this connection I On and after Sunday, :\II;.!. ::!S. 1 1881, Passenger 1 Lcau> \\11 k IIlla.. 12.0a.m.:!

Some been instructive brought to light /by 1[. Mon hgny! OPT1IK Trains on this road: will run-us I lil.1 Arrive Tallahassee............ ........... 1.40p.m. .
have examination of poplars honk-ring FI.OIIII.THA) : ) :-I1'; RAILROAD! lows : firstIniL( Jack'villc
riy ill recent road I" Belgium, between Roche- Daily, Express.: CON NlC'I'IONS.

put ortuml; of R )Dinant. :The part in question| I isionic PENINSULAR: :: R:Al LROAD, Except l : t +nnday. DailyLeave Hoth, East: and West )bound trains! meet at

4.1i(1I.1IUclrt'M< ) In length, anti l runs west ((11 title! JlHlltcIl,) Savannah for Live Oak and connect with 2:15: train on Savannah S. .M NTHAMSIIH'fc[
wardit is i level fur some distance, then Florida................. 1.20: p'. nt. 10. IS p. in. Florilla'c tl'rn Railroad for U.. _......_.. ..__- _
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ri"es' gradually to n height of M metres AND 'Leave .Jl. lIp.............. ::4.401'. Ill. 2..11I11.111. Savannah: and .\lhulI\'.
though: i a weed, traverses, a wooded plateau 1.'lmX.XIIlX..IACl; ,OX\'JII.I-: !Leave Waycross: ......... ;}.OI p. m. 4.35: 1\. m. Pus-ongcrs! for Chattahoochcc' River floats Will leave Cedar Key
) ArriveutCallahan...... 7.43p.m.: ) 7:12a.m:I :! ,
"00) metres:' in extent, then descends, still RAILROAD.Jtfcct : 1 connect with j steamer Rebecca Evcringh.iinevery
through wood to u plain., A tele rapt wire Arrive .1 III'k!I II II'i Il,'.... ..4i )p. tot. 8.15; 1\. inLeave Thursday for (' Fla., and
I .... 7.:17a.: 5.25 Columbus\ FOU
Jacksonville ml m
rl1nlI near the row of Virginia {",11) 1 Arson the 1' every Saturday for On.( and Eu-: ) .
north side, and It IIpp'nrg that out oe lI'ar'y Iii ; flay 6111, 1MI.UOIXO Arrive at Live Oak...... 11.45 1III.. f.mla, .\la.COIIII'ds.
5M) poplars forlllin this rev, SI, IIr II sixth Leave Lhe Oak......,... :!.2.1 p. mlAuveCallahan with steamer ll.! (lUllt.Jmtall(
1"ive been struck by lithtl.III Itanlly any I ......... 8.40 a. in. II.::!.) 1'. m. every :Sunday' !for Apalachicola, Fla., andevery '.,. ,
struck III the ether The 80UT1I. Arrive at Waycross..ll.H> a. iii.Leave and Eufaula ','
row. Columbus
Intvo\ been !: Tuesday! for ,
......... !0.30: mArrive FOR KlWE: 1' AND) HAVANA
trunks have been mostly struck on their Leave Fernamlina........ ...... ......... !0.00 a.m Waycro s: p. Aln.
south side and nearly opposite the wire Leave Hart's Road. 0.47 a.m at Jesup) ........12.35 p. in, I 11.05 p. mArrive Connects! at: Lake City with trains! on the EVERY OTHER SATURDAY.PARSONS .
different portions of the road Snannul....... 3.001'.111. 2.00 a. inPassengers Florida Central Railroad for Jacksonvilleand
(comparing Leave ( 1111a hl1l1.. lu.5: a.mLcaxe'Dutton .
it is found that in the horizontal part none : ) 11.22: : a.m from Savannah for llrunswick St. Johns River: Fernandinti and Cedar. -
orthet\I( :!!)) trees show injury from lightning, Leave Hrandv' Brunch .11.3S: a.m take the Fast Mail, arriving at. Itrunswiek u I l' ey. WILLIAM: O. AMES: ,
oral most only one (a doubtful ease! ); but as Leave llaldwin :'. : p. m. iencral 1'1I s'ngl'Tgl'llt.. .t HALE, Agents
p.m Passengers leave llrunswick at 0.30: a. in.. ... .
the road rises through the the i\v>es Cedar Flu.
Leave Maxvillc( .: : p.m -- ------- ----- 9-13t Key
and the wooded arriving at Savannah 3.00( ) )1i I. in.Passengers Ol7lDA
quickly' multiply, on plateau Leave Lawtey 1.13: p.m { CENTRAL: RAILROAD.CKSOXVIM.K. -
as many a.s nine out of fourto entrees, or
rent have been struck. On the !slopes the Leave Starke 1.38:{ p.m.Lcul Passengers leaving Mat-on( at ..OO'II.. flu J.\ Fi.A., :Sept. 12: 1881.
is 25 l'l'nt.1.: ( distinguished (daily except' Sunday) conm-it Jesup with
proportion! per Montigny ThurMon 1.51 p.m. Commencing this date, trains on this road TUB 8TK\MKRH!
: three kind of injuries : ((1))) the LeaveValdu.. 2.34: t the Fast Mail( (for Florida.1'ilgscngers will run us follows :
and detached limited ofthe p.m from Florida J by (he' Fast (n11'01lIle.t \ 1 .-
bark torn on a part Leave (Jainesville: :3.8011.111.:; liOIXU \n" T. .-- '. DC" -
trunk ; ((2)) a furrow straight or (rarely) at Jesup with train arriving in Macon '
spiral! made on I the tree from near the wire Lea; vo Arredondo :Lr211.ut. ,, at 7.50; 1'. ml. daily (except lIl1da\'.) Pastenger, JAn7. f ST. JOINS } v J CITY; I'OiSTJ]
down to the ground ; and ((3):I) n peculiar! oval Leave B.I p.m' Palace Sleeping Cars on the evening trail (Leave ..Tncksoll\'iIIl'.1l:0: a, mil. 0:10: p. m. __ .. o_ r.:II
4.2! "
Leave .
p.m LeaveVhite 1I01l l'.I1a7": !0:45 I: ';
with axis and daily between Savannah and Jacksonville
wound, longer vertical lips
Leave Dronson :5.0t '
colored light brown. XOtile furrows, p.m (Charleston and Jacksonville) unit Macon( mind Arrive; lIuI..will..ll.5.
duo the Leave Otter Creek. 5.40 p.m Jacksonville.No I Leave( llaldwin.......... 10:10: "
which are probably to most violent
most Leave Rosewood. nrh ,villc......... IOM:: It "
discharges, are relatively frequent cm
the pl\lcauIUl.1 on the western: !Morn, which Arrive Cctlar *
the storms usually reach, I first.! M. :Montignyis UOINU NOKT1I. Passengers leaving Macon( at 7.30: 1'. inconnect (Leave Olustee! ........... 12:08: a. 11\. u .

opinion that the !lightning i while (provoked at Jesup!: } with the evening train for Ll'U\'lJ1\It. Carrie........ 12:20: "It ............,. 'wi.n. ""':'
by the wire, does not strike this first! Leave Cedar Key.. 5.30:: a.m Florida dllll '. Arrive Luke City....... 1:00ArrivoTJve :

then the tree hut strikes the tree directly. Leave Rosewood... 0.108.nt. Passengers from Florida by the "Ilrnilll'III1IU'l.t () k.-------:: ---2-:4.f: a.: m. WILL' leave Fcrnandina for Jacksonville
Ills conception of the process is to the following ; Leave Otter ,. 7.00( a.m at Jesup with train arrivingat Ani\'e'l'nlluhu\l.'ll......, 8:00: II Palatka, and intermediate landings
effect\ : Suppose a tllullller.C'lolllll'IlIlrgl,1 Leave i.-I211.11I. Macon(' at 7.0.5 a. in. daily. Arrive Chattahoochcc. 12:25:!::? pin. on the St. John's' River, and Savannah,
with positive electricity. A long Leave A 1+.1I1 a.m 1'a"sengersfrum Savannah Ii'I' (;l1i IINlvi Ill', -_. and Charleston, nit folows
telegraph wire under it, though insulated, Leave Batten $.8S: \ 11.111. Cedar' Key and Florida Transit Item i take Arrive (Juinesvillc..... 3:22: p. 111.
tension in Leave Arredondo 1'1.1))011.111.\ train.Passeniiers Arrive Cedar Key...... 0:55: From FcrnamUuaFOIl
acquire as negative the thEXl'rl'I!!
may great ........ ...... ......... : "
(tuinesvillc 0.35: .
nearest part as if in direct communication Leave a.m. from Savannah: for Madison, Arrive Oca la .... ........ 7:00: JACKSONVILLE: AND PALATKA.6fl .

with the ground, and the tension i is greatertlie Leave Waldi.10.30a.m. Iollticcllll, 'l'lIlIahalol'clll1tl jnincy take this ,
nearer to the cloud. While the inductive Leave Thurston.0.4: n.llI. train 1101 Mi EAST : EVERY WEDNESDAY. .\;

inllucncc affects the wire most, near objects Leave Starke. a.m. Passengers!! from! Quincy, Tallahassee l Monticello ( Vtifscnger. Mail
Leave 'l'l'llI .11.:20 n.llI.lea'o'lawh' Arrive Jacksonville.... 2:00: tit. 0.50 n. m. From Fcrnandina
such as trees, share in the I influence and Madison( take the : train p
to their conductive power. The according \' ...................... ......11.J711.ln.: meeting sleeping-ca's at Tcbcauvilleat Express} 0.11, Arrive White House.! 1:2H": (CIIH"Arri'e : FOR SAVANNAH AND CHAKLESTONj& :
lightning attracted in the direction of the Leave Maxvillc( ...2.2t)11.tu.Leave !) p. m. Bald) will.......... 5:55: ".

wire, yet does not .strike this, the insulating; Ualdwin'. 1.10p.m. ALBANY EXI'ItI!ESS.LeaveSavannah : Leave Baldwin.....,.... 1:10": EVERY It'UJ)A Y.'.
presenting an obstacle to its Leave Hrandy lirunc.li... 1.28 p.m. Arrive Darbyville....... 5:25: "
and rapid escape. It finds a better conductor prompt Leave Dutton 1.44p.1n. daily at....... ".2;) p. 111. Arrive Sanderson! ...... 1:10: Close connection: made with mtcamers for
to earth in neighboring poplar wet Leave Ca lIa hall.. :.22 p.m. Leave Jesup ........ i.151.} in. Arrive Olustee.,......... :3:54: ellonvillc and Enterprise: also with steamers
with rain From the facts indicated it results Leave ](art'/I 1: 3.25: p.m. Leave Tcbeauvillc ..... .. n.:!.) j p. III. Arrive Mt. Carrie....... :3:30: for Ol'kllwuhlIUn'r ;t also:' nt Savannah
Arrive Fernandi.-ia ( Leave DuPont .......11.55: with slettincrH for New Tu>rk. Philadclnhia...
4.00p.m. Lake
that of two similar houses, one built p. in. Leave City........ :3:30:
llaltunoreunil at Char'ston'witb!
Arrive Thomasville ........ 5.00 -- --- -- --- ----- ---
on a plain the other in a wood, and having Trains daily, except Sunday. a.m. Leave Live Oak........,
Arrive liainbridgc It ........ 8.15 ii, 1:00: p. m. steamers for New York, Philadelphia, Haiti-
a telegraph wire fixed to them the latter is ___ ____.. u__. I Arrive Albany It ....... HI..) a a. in. Leave Tallahassee....., ((5:30: more, mind with Northeastern A South Carlo-
the liable
more to injury by lightning, and Leave Chattalioocliee.. 2:30:::\ line latlrlads'for routes North, East and
the danger is if the wood Leave Alhany ........ (.45 p. '". .
greater enclosing PENINSULAR: RAILROAD! : --'- ---
? I the house be upon an ('lI1illence.-/II/tJ/t Leave Ilainbridgo ........ !').()IO() p. in. I Leave (lu'mcsvillc l .,...:. 0.35:: a.: m. West.
Times. ( Waldo ):"(lIIcll.) Leave Thotnasville ........ 8.45 p. m. Leave Cedar Key....... 5.30 FIRST-CLASS PASSENOEU; ; ACCOMMO- '

UOIMI HOUTH.Leave Arrive Dul'ont .t'. ........ 1.45a.: tit..l U-aveOcala.. ............... 5:45: DATIONS.
IJUIJrlXG WITH Till; 1'AItASOL. rrivc'fcbcauvillc ........ :3.55\ a. in. -------
; Waldo Junction....... ......... :!.-ti: p.m., Arrive .Je up .' ........ 6.ISa.iii. :Mail( \ train connects nt Jacksonville with Through Tickets and Staterooms secured
The other evening the Jester was bathing; Leave Santa Fe. 3.18 p.nt. Arrive Savannah II ........ 0.05 a. 111. the Savannah Flori.laVl'tl'rll! Railroad), ami all information furnished at olllce! cor
his eyes in cold water, and Mispciuk-tl the! Leave Hawthorne 4.05 p.'m.Leave : ; and tit Lake City with the Jacksonville, Pensacola tier Centre anti :Second streets.
operation long enough to remark : Lochloosu. .':.1.) p.m. Slcepingcars:: run through between Savannah it Mobile Railroad for, Chattahoochcc may.- 'O. A. NO YES.
w II'i can't her and( Albany daily without change. .
woman take( parasol; to Leave and intermediate slul --
Orange 5.40p.m. olIs.
heaven when Connection at Albany daily with l'a"sl.iiJcr
she she won't
dies he
happy Arrive Oca la. 7.00 p.m. trains both Passenger: haul! connects! at Italdwin( for For Tumpa mill Key West,
there. She will come back: after it. ways on Southwestern Hail- and from all
points the Florida Transitor
An imprcssivequietfollowed dogmatic OOINU! NOKTII.Leave road to and from MIIUOII, Eufaiila; Montgomery Peninsular Railroads VIANfiMiiiisliip
tatcmcni, and the parasols of the court :Mobile, New Orleans, ere
knew some of them were in for it. Oca la: .5.15 a.m. Mail steamer leaves 15ainbrid. for Apulachicola j. :s. MCELROY: rli.tlli'4t C(/'S LINE
\VewerethrivingUlisafternoon"theaggrieved Leave Orange Lake 7. 'n 11.111. ): and! l'ulnnthusevery: Tuesday and Master Tmn>ll"n..
Leave Lochiooxa W. M. DAVIDSON; .,
Jester resumed "and the : S.IO: n.llI. Saturday.Close::! Superintendent.
shaded princesskindly Leave Hawthorne....................... !).15a.m.' connection rot Jacksonville .- .
head with her
ol. It : daily
\\'ara Leave Santa I Fe. !4 I. 'i5 Hooks it ml Situ Ioncry.
was very kind indeed. It limited view n.111 (Sundays exccpU-d) for (;ireen Cove :Springs! .. ... .. .. .
\1'aldoJunctiun..1OJ5! -'''-' -
of the l'olllltry, at times, to my knees and : a.m. St. Augustine 1 Palatka I : )Enterprise: Sanford, '- -'--- -

the dashboard:; of the wagon Whenever we -- -. ami all) landings on St. Johns river IIOICACi IIIIKW,
met team, especially it' the road was very Trains on It. it A. U. 1 It!. leave junction
narrow, the princess! lowered her parasol' between FERNANDINA; I .t JACKSUNI'If.l.hILAIL1t0AD. : going west! at 11.:1111.11I.: and for Brunswick: : Wholesale and Retail ,

myself and the passing wagon, so that at 1.-10 p. in., daily, except Sunday,
I turned out by faith, or Mood on my head Through Tickets sold and Sleeping-Car 'OOOItS, KTATIOXI3RY, CA11RYINO THE U. S. MAIL.

to latch a glimpse of the Colliding wheels. Bertha mind Drawing-room Car accommodations
..' When we tlarted down a steep hill the lit Kffect May Gth, 1SSI., secured Urcn's Ticket: Olllce, No. 22 And MUSIC,
:) dropped the parasol between me and the Hull strcctrand the (Company's: Ieputfiut ONE of the staunch and elegant! Stcainei

horses! and I trusted to the good sense of the tOIXl> HOUTII. of Liberty street. l 50! WIST: DAY KTUKT, the uhovo Lino will leave Cedar Key

animals to keep out of the ditch. When we JAS. I U TAYLOR, every Monday at 4:00: p. m., for .
met any acquaintances to whom I wished to Leave 'crnmHHnn..l1.tO a.m. it 5.30 p.m.) General I l'assel1gerg'lIt.. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.JWtichnol .
bow, she knocked my hat into my eyes. Ixjayo Hart's Road.....-.11.43: a.m. fe (i.Oll'.llI. J. S. TYSON.'\ Master (Transpoitation.. Tampa, Manatee, .
When she would point my admiring gaze to Arrive Jacksonville....12.50 p.nl.1L 7.05 p.m. 11. H. HA-INES: (1l'lIerall\lnnngcr. 30 Ami
some exquisitely tinted llraidciittmii,
autumn leaves bhe -
fiOINO NOKTII. ------- ltooU a Npeclulty.tomRlver :
jabbed u projecting parasol rib into my eye. 'JACKSONVILLE, PENSACOLA: AND and every Monday and Thursday nt 4:00p. : '
When she turned to speak to any one in Leave Jl1ck \.i1Ie..H.2H a.m. it 3.10 p.m. : HAl\\',\Y. mad <><>oaii Steunihortts.I ) m. for
the rear seat, she rasped' the back of my Leave Hart's Road......0.45 a.m. & 4.15:) p.m. ---- r tn-rr---u|' IL.I 1 1
neck. Oft a.s the carriage struck a Arrive Fernamlina...10.25 a.m. it 4.50 )p.m. On IIIlIlnJ'tcr Monday, May 2, 18.H1, Trains MALLORY'Srioitn -- Iu u to, ItiiNNU uiul Key "rt''ta'

stone or lurched over a rut, bhe prodded my Double Trains daily except Sunday.CONNECTIONS. on this road will run daily as follows : .

long sulTering head with vicious little jabs. GOINO WKhT.: >A NTIAIVIMIIII MM: -

and I drew sat my('ruuchL'tllmd head down bent between but mv the shoulders: Leave Lake City..........12.30: :; }p.m. Connections made at Cedar Key with tbt

less parasol still pursued, have remorse beclIfIltlt Leave Weiborn........... L:t) p.m. Only Direct UUP to New York. Floritla Transit Railroad from and to all
Leave IullstOI1...... .,.,, L.'W:\ points( North nn(1Vcst; at I'unta Itussa with
: rasped and and all AT KEIIXANDINA FLA. p.m
prodded from .
: _.___ '_ Steamer for Fort Myers, Fort Ogden 'and l
u mistaken: sense of kindness. Woman's With New York and Fcrnandina Steamship Arrive Live Oak.......... 2.00( p.m. fine Level.Througl .

unselfishness: and kindness of heart always Line from New York on Tuesday at 0- Leave Live Oak........,.. :!.::10 p.m. ) Tickets ore on sale at Fcrnan

prompt who drives.\ her to And hold if her the parasol man who over the drives man i is u. tit or 4.00 p. m., and for New York on Leave_ Custer_ ..........'_".'". 2..&IS I.I---:! __ ___ tina, Jacksonville, (CJainrsvil! ; and Cedai

allowed to choose fur himself; he will choose Thursday' after arrival of afternoon trains Leave Ellavillc: ........... ::1.:01'4111.:: Key, at greatly reduced rates, for all principal
sunstroke in prefencu to the With Georgia and Florida Inland Steam Leave Madison: ........... 4...,') p.m. points on tho Oulf Coast.

('. I do not complain, mind parasol you I mere CVl'rJo'till boat Monday Company from Savannah daily except Leave <5reenville..i; ; : =: 5.45 pjn, -'--- --.-. THE; FINE STEAMSHIPS, '13 J. M. OALPHIN. Gen'l Ag't,

ly make a simple( statement\ of plain fact. With Charleston; lirSavannahdaily h'lIlIIerfrurn except Sunday. Leave Ancilla.....,...,... (i.JO p.m. \ Cedar Key, }o'JI.ft"ST. \.
Savanna'hand :
:*'horses Any! man while who has: had to drive pairof Charleston Wednesday and Sunday ; Leave Drifton; ..:.::.:::.? U.to'p.inT". : ,. \AUY'H: RIVER -

some gentle-hearted woman 1 for Savannah and Charleston Tuesday and heave MiMiticeUo! ,,. .5.50 CAIT. H1NES: ,
held parasol p.m.
him knows .
. over what I have :: :..
Imll rl'l. And when the holds an umbrella Friday.With Steamer Flora from : Leave Lloyd's............ 7.15 p.m. -- CITY 01' AMAN, S'I'Il1 P"C{; C0311'.tNY.
it h infinitely worse. Then the man is! ut. Landings t.lary'll River I 'uvo Chaires...... ...... 7.40() 9.11.Arrive .
terly and on Wednesday! and Friday ; for CA1T. RISK.
hopelessly extinguished, and the St. Mary's River landings 'I'nllalutasc'e..:::: 8.25
material world is on Sunday and p.m.
to him
chaos of alpaca and whalebone., only a.wild' blank Wednesday. Leave Tallahas.se; ......... ti./ii p.m. ONE: of' tho above. Steamers will leun''rllluuHIIII

ton Ibtvckeyc. -Jtitrliny \CALLAHAN, Leave.Midway........... 9.31)'p.m.: for New York every Thurs

To and from Savannah at 10.15 a. mil;and Leave Juincy i ;:..........:..10.2H pjn7: : "- -- day Jacksonville< on arrival and Cedar of afternoon trains from : r "'::'>L---- '

Undertaking.ic. 2.20 p, in. Leave Mt.l'lculunl..II.M- p.m. This (line( having no Key.transfers to make THE BTKiMErW .
AT BALDWIN, fL.\. Arrive ChaU --
-- River..11.50 p.inT"CJ01.VO : betweenFERNANDINA FLORA
.11. To and from Tallahassee -===-=-=-==- MAUTJIA,
IIE DInSON. at 12. 'O noon. -= :::: =
F and 1.00 AND NEW: Captain RICHABIMON. Captain --.-.- --_
m.AT -
LOCIILOOHA, FLA., ( Thursdays and
Saturday) Oilers( thelIES'r ;:i DAILY SEnVIC.!

With Steamer Alpha for all point[ and J.'I&vo Tallahassee........................ 0.00 allI. --=- ,
landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular Leave Chattahoochee..10.10 I AND CHEAPEST: TRANSPORTATION -

Railroad Train.AT Arrive Ht. Marks...........................10.3. 8.111 mini TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS. River Tho Flora leaves .'crnnn //na urStJlar y-'e
_- .. landings every Monday, 'Vt'tlnf'ttlal!
OCALA. and ilay-rl'turning on Tuesday, Thurs
uouru 4BT. Vegetable and Fruit will receive day and -
special Saturday
With Stage Line .
to and from Drooksville in .
.. daily except) Sunday, Leave Chatta. River.... 4.80: j a.m care handling. The Martha leaves Fernnndina'tot'' same

Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from IA-ave Chattahoochee... 4.39: a.m. I'ASSENOER: points every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturtlay .
Ocala and Tampa on Monday, Wednesday Leave )Jt. l'lea-sant..... 5.15 a.m. ACCOMMODATIONS ARE -retnrning every Monday, Wednesday
UN DEn T A. K I: It. and leave: -" -- Fl ItS'f-CLASS. anti Friday. ,
Friday.AT lluincy..7.:..:.::. 5.52' a.tn. ':)

FIFTH ST.. FKRNANDINA, FLA CEUAB KEY, FLA., J.cl1ve 'Midway..........? (JAln.lII. The traveling public are oflerwl the advantages Through IIlllH or Lading ..

-BURIAL With Steamer MilUr to and from Pensaco- Arrive Tatlaharsee..,.... 7.:111: a.lII. of a DIRECT: LINK, WITHOUT 1
D nOUI->;. J.rALLJC 88S! : la on Monday antIi"rit.tay. Leave Tu)lulu* S.UU 8.m. ANY elf A NfH'IoJ.: nnectlons mode at by MALLORY'8 LINE Steamers' to all

,; telegraphic 1VOOUECOFFINS orders promptly: un attended.\ With Steamers Clinton and Morgan for h ive'ChalS'..,.::.:MT.= BIaa.m: ;:--.-.- Mints Fernaridina tho with all steamboats for all iwlnts on the St. Mary's.
to. on Ht. John's
New Orleans! on from I Leave Ocklawaha, and
Friday ; New Orleans Lloyd'a..... 9.0Ham.Moijtkelio.M..ru.X .
-- on Saturday ; from Havana and Key Weal I __ .. .. --- Indian Rivers, and with the Transit[ Rail. Close Co'un..dloltuiwlo'
Honey Muted U IA.'avtt ) a.riir rood at Fcrnandina for
Honey Mule I on Friday; for Key West and Havana railroad stations.
PUItCHASIYOUR ENGINE FROM Saturday on Leave Urlf\on.............. 9.45 a.m. and molt llf'ttsln FloridaFREIOHT ,ylth 'th New York, aiarlostpn and .

+ on a 10 Horse ; $3Jiion With Florida A Havana Mail 1.'vu-A Aucilla.-': .........1 0.1 0"ii.n, Savannah Bteamcrs. .
A J t Hun, and $300 un a, 30 JI'IrseI'uwer I Company's Steamers; for Key West Steamship and Tain-! I. 'II ve (rt'Cn vllle.I0.35 a.m. : AND PASSENGER: : RATES

eha hngine.. : .send for our prices before pur- pa on Monday and Thursday. (x-ave-)llld- liso77r.T7..1L4o"a7rir! --- AS LOW AS DY INDIRECT: LINES.: I noon ACCOMMODATIONfor
Hf.n&ft"t! '" l' '
Grist 'nU't"llhl'nI'ul'* c'Naw kind of Ma-and With Steamer for points on the 811,,'um'C (,ave, Klluville.: ....... ...l2A'ip.m.: $ .. 0.30a.n10 b- Passengers. Excursionists: and'Tourist,
any '- .
Through Rates and '
River ]tills
tthiuery.o are Manufacturer Agent. on Thurs lay* at 0 a. in, lnvo Custer.........."...... 1.2'l p.ru to all is'Inta. of Ladlnc wjll find this a very attractive trip, as the

land guarantee satisfaction in tmality and For information respecting rout*.. rate, Arrive Uve Oak.......... 1.40 p.m.xavoJUve For jusuage or further infornmtlon smiory fc grand, and alligators and oth.
"flf'l". WALKER A UUD etc., apply to Oak.......... ..IO p.m. to apply game are abundant.
\... 135 Meeting; street. Wtt '--- -'.'-- ___ ____ >1"r Either: of the
lx.arkstun: Hotel Charleston! hide near A. O. MAcliO.VELL: Leave IInnlltun.........." 2.3j"\m.: | .R. Wi. SOUTH WICK, Agclit.. rharteretl for exmrsion can bf

1 '. April 0, 1S13m.till' C1 ? Heu'! Ticket anti '':4IfJ4. .\8"*, IkU.t'llJorn............. 3.K pan: 1"-ruundhu.. lor further Informatioirtfpj'ljr iwlto t at to any time
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I : of 11'1 and ('\'l'ntH'ltelun', A". )'., .
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: Times, orr.xtxo PAY OF THE COTTON F.\IIIMTIO\: :
:< :? \) : IOS8IF :MVJCV T() ( -CAIHXETFKtKNIM (tU1)'PK9'-- Srlfrmr:r. .
m) ; : TO ItF.WAUtl, IIT LI:AT: s ; /,.i.LYlIS1 L\lIF
..OU1'JDl.7'I.lWI ATLANTA October /-Tbe opening 01 ),
; m ONIExr.MY: : : I: ( TO rt'xtml-Jnx1:4: .\ uiticlo recently published. in New International : }
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M evoked
1'''IS,;. : !, ; ; / : ; AND: ro.NKMXu:> : roxFni. Orleans paper: on the'wl'alh of Louisiana in degree of III Coton: mind enthusiasm Ihu, ,?,

on'T ( : : ) ; :< : !) ; To the' I.l"'for /ellirror : tlll.r hinds erllh's c.l illl'rull...! comment promises the best results.Tbe .
out many crowd. in attendance
II Irilg
b ) WAPIIIXUTOX' 1 n. C., October! I nlltlel'll'rl' was \'NJal';
; ; ; 1P91. of of thc
Iltcrc eotilHltcs ruillt Thepiixilion was completely ti : .
: .
,1i1'a t ( ; ; )\ : Those wlrti predicted, that President Arthur forests of other states. There are Southern us the seats and standing room 11',1 II from WI It

> \ would) walk strictly in the !steps of his states which do not possess:< 1 large Irl'11 the speakers' "tll
of wild land scarcely as by the
predecessor and) be the ttI'hltI yet The Fifth States Infantry amid tin
gerf ( executor of the political
i of time lumberman The of these
ii I' axe vlll late City Guards were drawn in
wec.l : I will of President Garficld i rather than lands is Mire to, increase from 1 our to year, l .' stand;l, contrasting well wiHi 1(thc frol'1thl. beauty'

# f, M : :' ; : : I: : a l President( 1 with tin individuality 1\111111 will as the rapid devastation of 1 the great pine ulll'glll'ltbut; tiled the ptuilioii: in tin;,

: : of his: own have J begun to learn that ries Michigan and Wisconsin makes lumber .
l they
Nora rOi
I r, ; dearer, tumid the time l i is probably not far On the speakfrs' ) .
hits I ( : r were mistaken. It is said, by those who distant when the South \\1 find in the forests stuI1111' Hi'l'l.tor.Il'I'I'ul ,
OO\.Ctl Colquitt
t C.. : : ought to know, that there will he s'cP"gchnngl's t of its mountain und its ! Eliot :
4 ; in the Cabinet and in the oHicial/ plains n source of immense wealth. The ;. Carolina ; lieu Dali1oorhl'I'1 II,;
anti!t ( rugged hills and valleys ofVest Virginia, Indiana and Hon. N. II
: personnel the government, both at home 11110ltl, of At
hlbi ( Eaotcr! I''lItlc1111;: East Tennessee .
i and abroad: It is: doubtful if any member abound' ash: and IUIIH The called
r IlaIll' assemblage e was to order 1 by,
t t hisC a : 1 ( t of tho present Cabinet will hold his portfolio and at the! rate the extermination Oo\'crno Colquitt. I Prayer followed, l' I :
1 until the regular session of Congress' : black walnut a is :advancing g in (Ohio and Indiana (Right Rev. Robert W. 13. Elliott, of ,
i. the I will soon bo thc )' important :source I in which he invoked the blessing of :
convenes It would be idle to guess who of supply of that fashionable and overratedwood. II'UH'I
I 'TI p I., I on the JxpoitiOI: and its: r( llt:, and
,! will constitute! the new Cabinet. The rumoris A great deal of valuable hard-wood prayed of President Garfield
i tic si (' ) that t timber i I is also found I in Northern Georgia;
t : mfr Ihoutw ell will be made Secretary might have n good effect in drawing the
i ing 'I and Alabama and Western Arkansas.! of the whole
;: of the Treasury Ho held this: office under people I'ollltr.coH'r together
The forests of the South more extensive
Ir their daof '.
.A I \ !. (Grant; : and is thoroughly acquainted with 1111' those of the ;Northwest. and in Then ;.; the \\ of tin
theIItor4, the routine of the department. He i is, moreover have only b'cl invaded( I (here amid thereat buildings 1.II\'I't 111 grounds,) DirectorGeneralKimball (

l t: i In accord. with the Grant, COllIding points mills could be built on railway to t the Exposition: .\ !oliatiol,
; lines or near bays and navigable tidewater Governor Colquitt, In accepting the tendei
t kilo I ;; and Arthur wing of the party. streams licginning i nt t the Dismal Swamp of the buildings and and, In

} i I : :< ; It is: believed that l'I'I'-:
.city: ; overhaul the Treasury Department of the Atlantic and the Gulf nimost to work bad ever bl't'l'II'r exceeded. It looked,
Galveston, and extend back into the conn- '
chic I, fr11I'uult to attic, and, to txplna'e'r)' rat more like enchantment than the npplicntinnnf .
1 i try, us rule, far us the tide Milling hard work. shareholders
I I" I'II were
: The 1111110
the I \ ; hole! in it. This department: is !largely filled operations in this vast tract are Usually
I ,, than satisfied t witli. what had bl'CI ;uroniplishcd.
rip ; ]; ; : with, I the political household of the late secretary II"JISlal scale, to supply I local market. .

1 t is eJI ;: : 1I1Sl'IIator :- Sherman. who forced' Fear: river,in cart!! Carolina The address of welcome by ]run. \
ut in Georgia, on the Suwuncc 71'\/1111
( Hrlt\\'il'k 15. Vance of ;North Carolina, ,
I .
\ \rl.hllrtolea\'c the New York custom-house
Ai and at IVnsacola: in Florjda, there time value of 'fiP1(111i'1
I wl\'Il ( : ; : : under imputation of dishonesty:! and mal are, however, u few large mills which ship frlbl1I'I'idcII' ', and its 1'1.'

I hy p : ; administration.:< it r.Shcrmmnlitthethnught lumber to the North and to the West III'llil' in lilling the South from its impovciiscil agency( ;

then that Arthur would. be President of the .s. Alabama/ Mississippi i p ranch Louisiana I : cOuill: realizing the drl'lls Ponce
con ) I their m own needs from t their own for and his! iii' their adventures
,,, ; i UI'II' Ll'OI 11'1
Statewith to
rell p power mercilessly ex- Texas, which used: to draw heavily through this land III't of the fountain;
.if!1( I, ol'' I !: poe, the inner management of this immense upon Florida and the Northwest has of late of recuperation and riches He concluded

0( : department' !and to discharge the large citoitfuye opened within her own limits an almost by saying that the members! of (lie Exposition i.
TI boundless source of in the pine barrens
81ppl' extended to human soul that
1 t Joe) that Sherman has appointed to lucrative traversed, J by, \ railroads in the every
l to of f
1 ) (
r : : 'ollllllII\\'thil; triumph p peace:
f places.:< Many relations of Mr. her.wan eastern portion of her immense domain. curtesies of the (

l 1 I 1 pnc.J} I are in the Treasury Ipartfltefltcueul'tmenl The development of the lumber industry in I the South, and the hospitalities of 11'11f

.1 \ has been that section has reduced the price of build, city of the South. We stand
i iind': t charged with extensive i enterprising
f ing material nearly one-half, and has aided
in the shadow of Thelentil
"' great calamity.
f f .r obiI' -, peculation and many expect disclosures from greatly in thc rapid growth of the central( of President Garfield has effected. no

,: CnV] the Treasury Department scarcely )less startling and western! sections of the !tah'. In fact it portion of the country more deeply

'' : than those that have been made in the may be said to have advanced the grade of has aroused among us tllnlleHouth. :

,: Q i I ) Post-oflice! Department.) Ex-Secretary: : Fish, Texan civilization, for the new settler, now timent I chivalry and loyalty. l''erICI.Let. us nilsee
t I,'rjc{ puts'" up a comfortable three or four-room that the re-union caused 'by his deathmay
hail"JHM General Grant, and Mr. Conkling, arc cottage instead of a mere box, and the little never perish from among us.

mentioned'! for the place of Mr. lllainc. shanties which used to be (the rule in the -

thei f ) I Gossip is rife, and newspaper men, who havealready substantial rich prairie farmhouses.(country are fast giving place to JT1'lo 1'in' VU.UI.G FI BIf L.

I t arrived III large numbers anticipate Jute is said to be the most profitable
lICit The most important' lumber region in the thrl
lstft ( : un unusually biterestiagseasnn. from journalistic South yet to be developed! stretches clear produced. At present there seems to ,
limit its demand. In
to Louisiana
( t standpoint. It is conceded, that across .Southern Georgia and Alabama from .
b4I i the Atlantic to time rivers that flow into Mobile are being made to culti\'lte it.
: this will be u very stalwart administration, Factories are also going up for its! manufacture
Iiscon Itav. This whole almost bo
region may
in sentiment, ut least, but such is the composition said to be an unbroken pine f'rct. for the all great interest generally is manifest
ed in its .
of Congress that President Arthur clearings and lumber camps arc so few and production.It
lcuv I is quite generally known that the cli-
so fur apart that they only increase the im
will be and unable to ,
handicapped give pro iniitc und of Florida i
of and loneliness which soi cpecall1 h
: effect to ultra blue stalwart- Ire8siof immensity adapted to culture, :
j. suclI; IUUIII'Clllolitieul woodland spaces with their vistas of 'samples
:< 1 been found to excel tho jute lints of other
:! nominations will
bi. Al hi" flnt tall, straight tree trunks make upon taetravchr's
::1 ; ; mind. Since countries. Two years ago some of it was exhibited
for confirmation the State of Georgia
I. depend : on Democratic
: Iii \ I built the Atlantic & Gulf and the nruns- at our State Fair in Jacksonville.and .
i: ittwo. ( Senate.There. was highly appreciated! by some gentlemen
wic & Railroads I with the proceeds of
I are those who energetically insist from Calcutta, India, who were formerly
bonds sold in the X und then repudiated,
wht' : that this will be an Arthur and not a Conk- this section has ortl accessible to lumber largely engaged in the exportation of jute.

I! ,,., 'f'j ling administration., but those who have ing enterprise ; but it is: of such great extent A of sample the board was of sent trade to I of prominent Cincinnati member, and it
that the clearings thus far made arc
iil\i iI :el'iI hastily eliminated Mr.I Conkling front national as insignificant a penknife comparatively notch \\18 not only very much appreciated, by the

nn politics! know little of the past and upon n big log. In fact!it is a vast timber\ business: men of that body, but called out
from the trade of
journal that city time highest
I i'' 1\1\11" see little of the present. Senator Jones, the reserve from which the next gtI'rulol encomiums and
: endorsement.
/ will draw its when
:: Hit ; : : President's host, went yesterday to Utica, which supplies tho It occurs to us that the farmers of Putnam
I lie nearer to great centres of population -
IL I and U now in conference with the eX''nl or. in the North lmlJ) be exhausted. county would do'lIlo get some teed thecoming

I Iij l l : This is not the only' straw, but it is enough, And what will the country do when the year, that they may bo enabled to
in the culture this fibre. A home
break the camel's back Southern forests are stripped; ? the reader engage
of!, if not to at least to k.hc'rc will thoonc hundred millions dcuuumdexists: to bOle extent already.) '. C'upt.
Ii \ : : show which the wind blows. may Charles A. lirusle
oft, I way ; of people who will in the of Ibcrvillo parish, Louisiana -
: : l\'e pn'tcnl has advertised
\ just in the New Orleans
'J a'! I" limits of the United tltCS I hundred years
1'r\ om.\: i ( 1/-.ITI OF SAMUEL 1'AJJUIAMKS. hence get (their lumber? Perhaps ill' part newspapers for 100.000 )pounds of it.
.. It is selling ut li' und 15 cents per pound..
( The elderly portion of our city l population frOl1 Alaska and British America north of
informed that for its
... were last week gratefully tn.at\.1 to a return Canada, hut we may he sure that a large portion U'C a factory manufactory
(?'t1 of their genial esteemed l fiiend Samuel of the !lpply'il come from scientific dm be secured here in a short time

wc'it : Fairbanks to ant" native house Ho bad forest l'lIllnrl rr I on upon lands not on the pledge of planters that they will cultivate

= : conic f'OI the Southern climes which he adapted. to farming in all parts of the conn- I certain number acres of it, enough
to the
pu bad (' learned to love and adopt for hislifts try. Forestry is a profitable industry in keep factory in operation. A machine
:" Yo ; | sojourn and to some nearly all the eountriesnfl':urope. To plant for the decortictition of jute has been invented
(o fwhit l ( weeks with relativls lur"tit friends!11'111 the pines: )firs Ill lurches for tlC timber they by Mr. Albert Angel, of Newark, N.
will furnish when full i is J., who, in a recent letter to N. Arthurs, of
scenes: of his youth, hut, alas,UIUII thc mysterious grown regarded 1 1t
i New Orleans, says lie will erect factories tit
changes and chances of this mortal h'rl n j justmtsseasibleabusiiessveulureus t
flIrt : various if ho be the
i ilV, he I U!Ulll'lIly called hence, and lust evening to II.t out young apple tn'c with a view to points can assured that
I WlRi : their future It i is farmers will grow sufficient jute to justify
.... i yields up existence at the residence fruitage a long time to
;i gr of his mother, on Arsenal street, close by the wuit for returns but the business!! l is not for tlC expenditure. Mr. Angel wiys :
:; ;, Y '" place of his birth. Tie city was this morning one 11rtiIJ only. The forests on the Wo do not sell any machines but erect
rl' l startled bth 8\1 l intelligence( that he Argyll estates in Scotland are the results! of factories where the jute grows best, and buy
;, ul : : hail expired ;uIII'lly, of heart disease, und time intelligent efforts of three successivedukes. the green stocks from the planters:ut I Iindprice

t that death Iolllrllh(' period of his In tree culture each generation per ton. The Angel Company has
;v ,1I t contemplated festivities: among his kindred' plants fur the one to hollow Whenever a now a facor\ West Point, 'a.anl. the
If Ii I! duce r :! !; 111 : of frieiuK His family here tree i is felled a sapling U put in its place, and farlr: there have 300 t'n'of jltoplultl'll
f which
will be
thus the forest while ready soon for the rcull.
fo'I': I is one among the oldest, most es'clllll yielding steady f''I'Il .
: prominent in the history: of the city, and' ( is never I'xhl\otcll. The time will
: : I .We have been ,
th ; when in Northern invited to erect a factory
brief sketch of his life will not fail to 'be come Maine. i'i the Ap
deeply interesting to all our readers.Mr. .. palachian ;\Olllt\il[ beltof theMiddleStates, at Xcwber. N. C., where the planters have

I" 0'r I Samuel Fairbanks, eldest son of tIll and on the sandy plains of the South there agreed to plant 3,000 acres next year, und i

.Tut. fY : late Jason Fairbanks, had t few days previous will be (:great forest farms where the raisingof 10,000.We if find we want it. the year after:
: conic from his homo ut Jacksonville, trees. for timber willlt, as stable nn industry Virginia and South Carolina
:< well "
1 t.I t.t : 1'llriJa. and his sudden death, resulting !the raising of corn upon the W'ler alaptt to the growth of jute.
.. 1 I '" ( from disease of thu heart, was quite unexpected. prairies Resides, coming generations'" will gigantic affair and I am sorry it
t not ('On81111 I umber at the rate tit which timeprtscnt can't lie made hti.lll.r by letting 'the1lllltl'N
I Mr. "'llrIIIk.was hot in this cir.lt the one i.s devouring it. Farmhouses have their own use.
I ,. All. } old family residence where the lta will bo built with 1 further view than sheltering favor of selling machines, but an
lUl' :' ( i I : now stands, on the Oth of ()ctuber,181 und the tint occupants( trick, htone andiron inventor" does not always have his owi

1r ant \ was conscqiii'ntly! nearly sty-three i years will be more used for building material.A wuv.
t' t of age at the lime of his death. He leavessurvivitlg forest will'not' be felled to fence a farm Two )'ca'r from now a factory could be, no
I : MtthA'\. : him his .wife" one !Ol und two ,\read\' slate f is taking the place of shingles. doubt, secured for this S.tinn, if the farmerf -
( duo;hl\r. Ho received his education and' barhetl-wire for fences ; iron : of Putnam county would engage in

.. ( \ > in the Ilellevillo academy, the French college 1.I has almost banished wood for bridges! und growing to some extent the fibre Two crops
h I ut (Inlr\'al. the'ah'rluwu academy for the beams'" of substantial city structures, per year can be cultivated on the same !pits-e
und Professor while tiles and cement of land. A prominent gentleman ot thiscounty
L on Academy street, ut lharlr' I are rapidly coming
: lIre '" \vl"r)"' academy)' nt Clinton. He :. in use for tltuirs. When we | is now in correspondence with Mr.

: DIt '" Union !College at Scheneetady. where he lion of u Jllllr..1 lill)11 ha10111a.. .\ngt. and before many days we shall be
Ii "" "" .C "" graduated in l.VW., In 1842 he married Juliet sumption of IIILt"r may lut hens great; as at ti lay before our readers the rc ult--

.j **.'Iirj : : | second daughter of the late Wiiummilh In'clt-'r I'ort Tr"ul IltlllJln ('uunty Journal, I
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,.'i town where,he remained IIilI'Slt ullli IS';>, wh"l THE: country 1 is properly disused: to Lo tout-Office Noitce.Office .

t '' ( t I! he removed to Florida and hl'l'ulI1 a mom- very generous toward the family of the 1 lamented Uvurt--Vrom 8:00: ( A. N. to 6:001 M-
1 tI'eT tier and manager \f the extensive lumber (JarlU-Id The private Money Orden and' Registered from
mills of Fairbanks!A Kro., which he carriedon !lbS'rlptfI KO A. ii, to 1:00: p. N.; and Lll'J M.
with great t1I'I81ht success until they i I likely to amount to f5urtU)0.) The nine*} : p. M.( Sundays from 10:30 |to 11:30:o 1 A.M.AHKIVAL ,

x \III ( Wlr' Lut\'lt t) of the late of Congress U now in favor of a l'lLIl provision AND DEPARTURE OK THK MAIU(.

t : civil : the war he engaged fora worthy of a great and i .\lrtluH J/'
: time In i|wj} er mi at )1Ulll..tl..r. Va., but Would it not be well, while doing MI country.much l'lO' ::U p. )
t returned to Fl<" In 1S.i IntJ (engaged in 1.rtrerJlail--
] | commercial pur.iiits fir a f.(1" until for the Garfield family to rt"\e the rather. For jviiiits north of Savannah

t ( !url\I:1: It(l 1572. Ill ll and stingy provision fur the widow only, (.loC........'.................10: *. MCftlar .
I ( Fur the 'la'; three yew itMr J'Sirbonks has Abraham Lincoln She received the min.Neill Kfyand 7 msltRailroal-- :
been the Mvrtt try lill.:" -f he Imreuu j ) hal! of the which
!IAn ; 'l : of Immigraliii.. i3toli..etl. (b.. the Statenf' then f:iUm7, and for'l'ar'lllurr about was has Arri\e............................. 4:00: r. )I.
t' I': >> Florida, in whi." | ,,iti.\n his energy and had "IIL ion of $3.000( a tt'l year.\\UI Of"hl course Closer............ M-w. 8:&A. *,

I l r efficiency been. recognized a of very the services of Mr Lincoln are appreciated II tit k'loridaIrriyes..n-*

I great value t*. the new State. by a grateful country He! accomplished' his ..,.........?.w 4:00 r. *.
.. Mr. }':\irll1k. was a man of quick per work and lhel just as victory was assured. Closes ............,.....-,......?........ 5:00: r, N.
w I f ; rrpiiiui and great (industry.' He possesseda Why not !his family b trt\to with; JacttonnUe ami St. Johnt IUrn-

'f ; miud'aud rciiMkatly Cm\rebel1il\I "(ant terse\ \igorous and |[ as Utrald.much generosity'- as BUY other-Rlo" Arri ......._..... : 4. M. 5.00 r. *

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JlMLllOM SOTKS. Florida Railroad (Company: are all ready togo Legal: A ertiseiueul., 3.OOO. I 1881
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LKIXUHIO it LNPIAN RIVEII RVILKOD to Lake Apopkn) whenever the titles to the .:/.;'{,

TilE,-Articles! of I Incorporation I lm\e lIl'UIlfill.1 lands donated are secured, nnd guarantee' ALL MKX- BY TIIKSK() : t: PRKS-: ::; ';1i: \ \ :. .1 ,'.

H. Jl": Maxwell( I,'. II. Papy and 1W. K.: to have the branch completed in time tomove I .[ }: That we, C. \\' Yuleee, J. II, .'-:' .;; .'
by I MdiinnK William llawson, W. 15. C. DurviV. THE .
the which will : 'j '
for railroad from Leesbitrg to coining orange crop,
Agnew, U I Thomas: I Kvdd, Calvin B. Dibble. tll'"ry ,.
Indian! rhcr. This will be branch! or exteuton ho the fir t of next February. The proposition I K.: )Dotlerer, and (J. :Stark, all of the State Ill' -

of the Tropical Uallroail, thus conncitingl1'crnandinu is!! a business\ one and fair and just. I Florida!. under and in accordance! with thl!

: with Indian river. If This: proposal enables each: homesteader to provisions of nn net of the State of Florida,
; i entitled ", Provide for the Creatioiof
\1111\\ to \
this is constructed wilt\ render the Indian obtain immediate title to Jits homes-lead, Corporations: nnd to Prescribe. IheiMicneral .

river I'oulltrv accessible and within easy i and further enables him to derive instant Powers and Liabilities" approved) ) .An

reach from the North and greatly enhance benefit fl'I(1tlw( I transportation: facilities insured gust Sth I 1 INKS l and an act of I the lavNlatunof
and to his at greatly enhanced said; State, entitled ".\n act to Repeal) an
development. The names .of the see property '
its rapid MIRR0R
net entitled net to Provide for the Creation FLORIDA
jncorporatorsgive promise of t thecarly build- I value.I -&>itth Florid* Journal.MVCOX of Corporations) and to Prescribe their
in of the road Let the railroad boom continuc t DlUTNSWICK, RvaUOMI HXTKNBIOS. :: (.ieneral Powers: and Liabilities, and to Recreate '

to roll.:-Jacksonville Union. .-The speedy I completion of this: the 1\11,1.\1111'1111 the Sections Repealed: by
said: act." approved I March( 11th. 1S7! di
We are assured every day of the bright most important) link in the railroad system hereby associate ourselves together; II is n corporate

prospects! of our i!thmus town. The Tropi of the CUll' :-I"III1Icalt.," I is now an assured: bodv, under the name and :style of

(Peninsular road will be built to Lcesburg fact livery: foot of the line (elghl '-nillc TIn: HKAClt 1IOTKL AND ROAD COMPANY. (-'
The prinl'ipul1)1') of business 1 ol
to connect with the Lcesburg tt Indian His: 'orKoad miles) to .\11:1111has been located and the said Company shall be in the City of Fornandina -

giving us transportation with'I he contracts duly let out. A )largo force in I tiic State of Florida.II .

:South:: and West.:! The Florida! Southern is: amounting to near one thousand live hundred I ( That the business of said Company; ==ST shall be to build and manage a hotel I amineee
hand i is at work under the direction
now being rapidly built to Oeala, and from busily
! there will be brought to Lccshtirg, reaching; of :skilled and experienced. railroad and to obtain) the right of maintaining and

la-re in January so we are assured: ami then experts, and it I is,; confidently expected that collecting; toll on road conneeling); the beach

continued south. The Jacksonville A- Key the extension will be f finished by May( 1882.: with the City of Fernandina.III. .
) ( That'the stock of the Company
West road, the route for which has already In the meanwhile the Rome road: is also all "hall be ten capital thousand\ dollars' divided

been surveyed, will\ also tap Leesburg. From; under contract, with everv. prospect of completion into h'l'of: :! one hundred dollars rach, '

these indications: we feel 1 assured that: our in July next. This: will form a with privilege; stockholders''' to subscribe .

town, which i is now growing; so rapidly, will throiuh, connection from Brunswick to in (Jone-eighth)shares-;ten ,per(J ) centum one-foiiilli\ of all andJ subscriptions ( ) (1111"hiliI' -I r. -

().)become the most important\ inland BI'I"ll.l l, Teiim-ssie, and thence to Memphis, : (Mock to he paid when -in-h subscriptions )

town of South Flor lIa. t Her commerce in the same stale.! Colonel Cole f failing in are made and\ the I'ellltilldl'r as: maybe

now will compare favorably with any town his: cfi'orts tr obtain a lens of the Cincinnati ordered. by the! 1I"1I'11uf'; .Pirci.tors of said; 51 I

in the State, with three or four exceptions. Southern, turned his: attention\ elsewhere, Companv.IV.. That the corporation hen-by created

With hw railroad from Indian river to t lie and has succeeded in making a most satisfactory shall date its corporate) oxisteme from the

Withlacooehec iher the Gulf! III.ttlalllic arrangement with the I Kentucky) day of filing of these articles of incorporation

will be connected on the South Florida, coast Central, by which a line will tc built from :, as required. by the acts' us aforesaid, H
and shall ('olllllllle'ltlr tho Itrm of ninety- O
in aim-wit dircet line, which will lie of P.iris to Livingston: to connect with a road nine .
great advantage.-Lceslmrg Adi'iiucr.PnssuOLV now under construction from Livingston toCaryville I: That the business of the Company) shall WO

& ATLXMIO 1\I1lo.\I-ln: Tennessee, which will give n continuous be conducted by a Boaril of live ((5): ) Director. 8'
line Knoxville Cincinnati to be elected; bv the ! recent interview with Mr. W. I). Chipley, from to first Monday( of March in each\ and everyvear
Vice-President and Superintendent of I the wholly I independent 1If't the Cincinnati I i Southern. I excepting that the first election :shall

Pensacola it Atlantic Railroad. we gathered The distance from Dalton to Cincinnati lie helil at such: tiino us the undersigned. corporators
via the Knovvillc & Kentucky Central will he or a majority of them, !'hallllt'll'r- I
the following I'nrtlcnhu's'dati1' to liar road Said Board; of Directors shall
only ten miles flll't(her t than it is by theCincinnati lIIilll'l1pl1l1. !
and its prospl.t'e: make them public elect a President nnd :Secretary, and such :1
for the benefit of the people) of West Fiol Ida, !, i Southern I -practically 1101"i nrt. The other subordinateollleers as I the business of + _

who are so deeply interested in the I success gap between Caryville and Paris is also under the-Company may require.

of the road. :\11'. Chipley informed us, that contract to be completed by July 1st, ness VI.or That liability'the highest which amount xaid corporation of indebt-

the average number of men employed on 1882. The)(acu11 & Brunswick Railroad holds can at any time subject it>elf shall be Iwcltt .-

the Pcnsacola end of the road i is one hun its own bravely and is doing 11 fair business five hundred ($.,.'"iOO) dollars.
under the excellent management of Mr. J. VII. That the said Companv shall be
dred and ten ; that the number would have
vested with all anti which
}1. Edwards and his associates. Its sale and rights; privileges ,
bivn greater, but owing to the ditTlculty of the acts heretofore referred to can convey.

procuring carts and other implements to projected extension was n fortunate event VIII. In witness whereof, we, the parties ==:ac>c> .A.N"J: :)

work with, the contractors have been compelled for the )people' of that section and, indeed, aforesaid, have hereunto set our hands and .
for tire whole state.-Macon Corropoiideuce s.eaN: the HUh day of :Mav( A. D. lR H. J
to employ a smaller force than they C. WICK'LIFFK( ( (: YULKK, :

otherwise would. They give satisfactory assurances Florida Union.rOf'NNlolIlIl. J. H. McOlNNlS.W. : .

of increase the . _. S. RAWSON,
an of working force -- -- ------- --
W. B. C.; DURYKK: .
at the earliest possible moment. mul IIiisliiCNN Curd*
.. ._ _. _._ T. KYDD, ,
--- -- -- -- -- --
The bridges: that will cross:! salt water to- ItOIUNSOX A CO., C. B. DIBBLF.:.
wit : those over Bayou Texar, Bayou Mu- H H. E.: DOTTF.RKR: ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in "
:J5 II (J. STARK '
latte and K-tcnmbiu Bay are to be constructed .. _. __ :..._, ; .
Unix*, Fancy <:OO<|M, "' .4
of creosoted piling. The limited capacity JOB PRINTINGI 'HOUSE'
of the
creosoting works at Poscagoula renders ,
Chemical Fertilizer*, ).:tC!., A MEETING OF) THE STOCKholders -
this work slow but the work AT I
as on No. 73 W. Hay St., JACKSONVILLE( FLA.fii of t the Bench Hotel and Road
other parts of the line will go on with all : We sell at Savannah pric1' \'!!. Company held in the city: of I'Vrnandinn. ,
possible expedition, it is not thought that ;}: )"' Si-nd for quotation -i2-5ply on the iL'th 1 day of September, I 1881, pursuuntto -

the general progress of the enterprise will ------ --- -- ---- --___. ___ _,--h__ noticeduly advertised 'for three weeks,
a.s required by law, it was lesolved by a vote
be delayed. Under the contracts( these three T. "'. lALMiit: of three-fourths or more of the stock of said

bridges are to be finished by the first of next company) then and there represented, that
June. Work on the Bayou Texar bridge A TTORNKY AT LAW, the articles!>I of incorporation -ulll111'HCIl
will Hotel! and Road Company be HO amended Beech Street, Opposite E mont Hotel "
begin on next loI1l1\ '. In the >
, as: to extend the! limit of indebtedness: or liability : .
steel rails and other material for the to which said corporation can at any '..'
section between: the I scllIIblland Choctawatclice Special attention given to collecting.: time subject ll'lclffWl1I twenty-five hundred

rhers will be transported to :Milton _.Office._____over__Ilorsey's____n Drug Store, 12-Om_:_ __ ._ dollars heretofore, tosiv I I thousand dollars: ,
iu provided by section (:I tofnn) net of tho .
by the steamer Mtbilc, which is now being WJI. II. ( DliitVKIU"I legislature; of the State of Florida, "entitledan

fitted for that purpose. nails will also be ; net to nineiul nn HI"lo provide for the ,
sent to Chattahoochee and the road from / KX.KRAL CO DJ( MKRCIIANT, creation of corporations: nnd to prescribe

that point to Marianna( will be with thiir. j-eiiiral\ )powers nnd liabilities, and to \; L .
.pushed CHMRR: Sr., NEVU R. R. DEPOT: ,
reiiuet; and amend the sections
all possible speed. repealed bysaid FERNANDINA i.-i-: : FLORIDA.t
netApproved )Man I II. 1H7!). .
Tho surveying corps of the western end FKRNANDINA, FLA.( of the road have crossed the Choctawhatchee Chairman: and Vice-President. :
Hay, Corn: Oats.r WILLIAM B. C. DCKYKK ', ',.' .' .. '
having gone homo ninety-nine miles east of -. -- --. ; ; : ,, ;
--- -- :
Secretary and Trcasuier. .IINOTICE ,t I" '. '* ",(," .' ., .;J ,..... .,.<.. : ;
it. $ :
Pensaeola ; the western corps are now due .J\'II S 'h'UI'I"IX. -. --- ..--... -- .---- --- --- _.- --- ', ->., .. I"r/-f '. \.h.. ,'< (.f.jiI..l(
at the Choctawhatchee. : :, : "!1 '. ..!;i.1. :" J
\ O NTR A CT O R A NII II UI I.IHn.: '''' :' / .. : .
: OF _..._ .
On the 10th initant, the contract for grading INCORPORATIONor ,. .- '' ; }<>: ';' :
and for all work the iron THE:: ;.
except bridges, :, Alachua Street, between: Second and Third, 1 ,
Mr.satiuc: ; & I ,' ,.
for a section of one hundred and five miles IM> v\ UIYKHICAIMtOAU ,

will bo let. This section: will begin about FKRNANDINA, FLA.Orders COMI \ \ I'

thirty-five! miles wist of Pensacola, and will : and estimates from a distance] (care Y authority of an Act of tho Legisluure i -

extend to a point near to nnd west of :Marlanna. fully attended. .to.. liVtfW. B f of the State of ]Florida, entitled Having a.ldcd NI 'V "'VIINJ) NI-JW .
-- -'USSEH
The iron bridge spans for the road -- --- -- -- "An Act to Provide for the Incorporation of t.o our ofilce, and havinSKILLKI
K. '
n.iX.OII'I"litNT Railroads: and Canals," and 1 February ,

are now being built and 8,000 tons of rails .\ litth! 1874.! notice! is ap\rovc,1\ '' as ) WORKMKN: who know how to use the!. name ,we are' now ''
have been purchased for the road. A vest-el said j* rt*.
WIlOI. I.\LE ANl llETVIb required by n't. that a company has
now loading in New York with 800 tons of AND STOCK DEALER: !been formed under the name of the prcparcnl .to. .do any and every kind of printing/ "';:!: .

steel rails wftl 1 sail for Pcnsacola in a few BUTCHER AMIHealer LKKSRURO: ; ,t INDIAN: RIVKR HAIl.. .' :, '- .' T "':tt. .

da 'II. Mr, Chipley assured us that if it was In lee.TKNNKSSKK ROAD COMPANY, I .{ ,:' j, ... .I'" ,',} ," .-; .\.

possible for money to control the labor, the : BEEF A SPECIALTY, to be invested with all the right*, powers, d

work will be completed by January 1st. 1x J. privileges ami franchises conferred 11)1011eonipanies )
It is : STRKET Wiusr, formed under said Act for the ..
gratifying to note the evidences of
10-tf 1"ImNANDJN.j.'I.A.. piirH| >se of constructing, maintaining and .
ienergetic spirit furnished these and ._ .. __ .
by fact/ -- --- '- -- ------ operating a railroad for public use! in the .
twe are hopeful in the belief that when the LAIItI> A: IIAIIHI.S, (MinvevMiice of l'rKon8 and 1 property. The
[]legislature main )line of said railroad will I I be about (HO)
meets ngain there will be direct '
[line of rail communication bcUecu a Pensa- BLACKSMITHS AND SHIP-SMITHS, from eighty a miles jKiint* In on length tho Tropical; will be Florida constructed Jtail- FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARDK

')).' and the extreme eastern portion of the First St., opjjosite Avery'a Stables. road nearly due west from Leeshnrg. in

State.-/fc/iMewfa Advance Kuintrr timnty, 1 Florida : thcjii-p liist to ."'
-; ArOJ'/H BatM-n SOUTH }"AlIUII.nUL. All kinds of repairing done at short notice Ix.f!!!bur/, touching. ; the Miutherii |JllrtlulI of .
anil at rcavmahle rates. t j Lake ,iritlin, tin- north*'ro jxiint nfjm
J.\II.-Tlic Altumonte. Apopka und South HarrU tlteiKv ,
--- ; tn l I.ahs Kt: \* and Dura,
.Ipopka committees met the officers of the 0. H. OAKKN passing; through Orange nnd Hrevard coun I ',
juth Flqida: Railroad here ties, tuu point ut or near Titusvllle.' In rw .
Company CONTRACTOR dian ,- .. : j< >**# <
River: with brandies to Uiku '**
jrt-eably to ANIJ BUILDER AiMipkn .* '
appointment, on lost Saturday, :
and d. *
LakeTohopkulitja, in Orange HIM! Bre- .. 4P '*3$?
lie secretary of the meeting promised to UNt'rAcrvRJK yard counties. 'r..I, ,. ., .'.. .Nt'aU.. ""a .RH.,. C'.al- Wf', ....y Ofllt't''Q''lorJda-. .;. .

Fiend us the official proceedings, but as he D. 1-:. MAXWKLL.FRANK .\',: ('.. .. "-:.'... ,", '<', '- < ". I .. n; ,',... .. '-., ol. :., ..-..'r...; .fii"\-->$ ''''' .-tf. .-.Il.

j failed to do so we will give the substance of :MOULD1NO.S, BRACKirrH, HAWED AND .....3m II. PAPY. ." "..... :. .: ,,> ,:, -" :- ,. -> ;" .':r.1'-i' ',b :Ji!:
[the result arrived at, The committee TURNED BALIWEIW.: NEWELS. 1W.: AdNIJW.AVCJIL ; : 4.. tt'. :; ; ,. .:, ; : .. : .-.: _.. ,. !; :
, .ntt'tl their subscription. pre- :STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVEMTROIKUIS : : -- -------- ----- -- ..."'."t' "-1>'> ..>."""i','"" ... <. "'.,,' '. _'_-1J.1'!. <' .. ',. \.,. J.. : ,\
On their being tilll ATJlINU '" ",, .... '. .. ,- >J': < v.1' ."'9; "."T ;' .1"1 "
. '" -: '''' ,". }
" vTJAKKR3 I'IUI': J ; < ,
l. it ) ..
was found ..
pMjdited that onm 1,800 acresiMWribed. WEATHERBOARDINO.: "t.. \, < '. 1f ":.:'(_.' .j". '! : ..;'
_. ,. ,
; representing about fJO.CKiO INU UD }o'J.oOlt- .. -. -.t-'f"'P.-.,, .""ttIt.: ...._ '
were AND ('ONJ.'JfrIONJ.U.: : ;. : ., : :"" ''> [homestead land, to which the owners could ,.:.'. ." .. ,1 .rN" '. ., ,, .

[give no title To relieve! (thl| U cluw, Mr, J. Stair and Cluirrh U'ork'A CIIOICCC .- .. ; '.. ,,'oi, ) .... .
IE. Ingraham president of the South Flor'Ida I < : ,
roeeriex, Cigarx, a ml Tobaeeon, J.." ;' ;" ';
Company. 3 id they would

[loan each homesteader the !sum newwury<< to AND WINDOW }' :\ )':'''; TOYH AND FANUV AUTICI.KS.: i ; ; ; ; tS .1_ '

eonaruute for their lands-*uch parties to Ufo".ALI. :!IU-4. fn :' .. ,tt": ; :l : -r. r.. iSIIIS () ;
Weddings .. .
.cet.(1 theland auJ.jcrit1! KnUj-laiui.i-ot; I IVtiU
to the railroad Font Office Box 171. an *, .ide th Htate. Ord.n recdrij '
and rfve fumi he Jan
eompan) security fur the U-Vrnaiidina .w.
amountmunpr ,,
torn : '
prices at .
.. . '
: loaned at ten C'tllt.lutt'l't..t -- ." ,'." ."... ..;. ..,,
ir -
one : XJIUROR OmCE l7pr -' a"red7o d" .\NfHJ.'S; IIAKKIIV.IVntri'KinH.: '.....:., .. << I.'"X.On.IDA -
tw.i. or three year* time. Tlir South TIlt 4 i < .... l\lIUUOU.. _
knd Job Pnntin- all kind.*. 23 ,'. ,
oM .
Opp | O. JlnlMin:*.
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= Tins: .lt\LOIU1)A..it1U1IOlt. the first\ of 1'ebruary,19Q1! I t. for educationalpurposes I llrlb'111,1'(1T111, ( '. I powerful I wrier, with a very large knowledge '!- .TIn: .U'TII\T.1 JXl'Sl'U\
In the South : We-t \'irginia'i'eitcheri : of nit \'ll-1ntc/tIJWI.l A", ) .,
-. --, --. -.. -_ _----.-.- .. Times, r/'Jr' r OPEMXO PAY OF TUB COTTON KXrnM-v: |,
-''' : I Institute: &:?.{H.III) ; Normal Insti- UO !lII' MV.NV TO( TXl"-C.\1J1: UtIIHSKSFIUKMH :
t b'.1 TIll11)r1) : OQTOEI m: 8 I iYai, A L\ltF l'IW\l IN AATIANTA T'r IC.
.' .- -- -- lute at N'ashvhlles'holurshupil.I! : North! : TO lir.WlUn: ANll: AT I.KA.ST:! SOUl'UDl.7'IMUi; ,1.\/18.t : Odlht'rThc op'nin'-'
Till LATK SAMVKL FAlllUASKS. Carolina institutes. and schools, $I II.1: ; :South: OM: : ENEMY:: TO rf.\tn: "' -JO.M.SAM : .\1 article recently published l in a New International, Cotton : t tb
1f[ ;
oil'lTI{ Our State 1ms !sustained a great loss! by the Carolina, $1,0.- ; Georgia. $.'i.00:& ; Floiida.: : > r'S: :I.IS1J: CO.NFKK( ; Orll'llI' paper, on the considerable wealth of I,Louisiana in dl' f'lf interest it lXI"litlllokll 1 I "
unexpected demise of the Kite agent of the $:lOOO( (): Alahantal.1'lMtIktsisdppi$3jt: : ; : :{ !) (); To lie JjiUlur uf tlif Mirror : timber lands creates brings out comment promises the best results.
in the Southern proand The crowd in attendance
r Bureau ,of Immigration, 11 fr. Samuel Fairtanks. Louisiana.! I,7W( ); Texas! $I.
,,)[rsi :$1,000; ; 'fCI\I\'s. I'e, STi.SOQ-(total.l $;10:3,: ;.'). Tho-sc wlfn predicted that !President Arthur forests" of otber Itlt(.". There are few Southern ti"! JI\lliol and standing room in front 1'11"
1 :. )r Mr. Fairbanks! came to Florida in 1852 in would, walk strictly in the steps of his! states which do not possess large areas! the speakers' stand.
COi111isPoXIIX'CC. of wild land scarcely IUIl'ht'll' yet by tlc The Fifth United States
gets thc of thc State. IWI7'OIlIAL predecessor, nnd bo the executor of the political ; 't Infantry nnd tin
1 the( early period' of growth axe of the lumberman, The vlite of I. Gate City Guards! were drawn front
wee)I Jacksonville was then l hilt II small town ami will of President G-arficId rather than lands is sure to increase from to year, t the 1 Itll,I I' cltrllftllLt,1 t 11'1' IJII heautvund t tr it
TUB OE.M-tlU:" MorilXIMI: -UCM.WU.:" OF TIIK President with (the rapid of (the great pine.
: 1INor the timber business: was just! beginning to be a an individuality and a will us ll'rl'tatlol dl, Jll'll pavilion in tin;
Floss or TIII FICTIONS: -AUC.NDA.NT of his ries of )1 and Wisconsin makes! lumber background.On ,
have idJgal
He bad own, begun to learn that they
: (
I regarded us! a profitable industry. 11111 the time H probably not far the stand
i I AI) llrcvioll'f acquaintance with the IJ\I!>IiIlCI
hllslCC r but very soon mastered! every detail and : .!> FUN), .:TC. ought tin know, that there i will 1 be sweeping of f its mountain sides l and( its .V sandy' Eliot: of Texas:; t'x.O"vcforUII'l''oliluit,Ibl, i..!|

natil systematized and formulated every step from WATMITOWN:" N. Y., October 1, 1881. changes in the Cabinet and in the official plains source of immen' wealth The : Clrlll; 101, 1 Voorhees ui,
has. devoted a week to the rugged hills and valleys! 111'Vest'irginia, .J Hammond :
The of
hlhl the purchase of thc timber lands: to the final country personnel of the government, both at home Emter K'Jtll1'lId;: East Tennessee lanta.Ilidilna.t uld 101 At

t "' Bale of the cargo. The firm of 1"lIirhnllkl! it funeral equiesof the President. Considering and abroad. It is doubtful if mull)' member abound' il : ash and maple, The assemblage e was called to order by

C a I Brother contributed: I largely to the timber the number of empty-headed audio* of the present Cabinet will bold bis. portfolio and at the rate the extermination of the Governor Colli II i Prayer followed, :\

I hilt : trade of the St. Johns river, giving by itsncccss qiiacions( : : people who have seized the opportunity until thc regular session of Congress black walnut 1 is advancing in )1 In Right Rev. ltobertV, U. Elliott, of II us.
the of making themselves! conspicuous, ltillHllluol be the only important source in which he II\ohlllhe( blessing of heaven
I others amt ,by convenes. It would be idle to who
encouragement to guess fashionable and overrated
01 tllt on the Kxpoxition: III.t its results!! ,
: TI gutictitality nod promptness in filling or le nonsense has: : been uttered and less folly will constitute the IICf'lIbillet, The rumor great deal of valuable bardwoodtimber that the death of President (Gurliehl:111la'c,1 .

I lie si tiers causing a diversion of the business! committed: than might IIIn'III'I'1I expected. is that Mr. Uoutwell will !made Secretary ( is! also found in Northern Georgia might have 1 good effect in drawing the
i fn I The fact remains that the whole people havein and Alabama and in \ ('ltcmrklloI of the whole ( closer
lg'I from other ports, to the port of .J Jackson;:! of the Treasury.! He held this office under The pine forests of the South are more extensive ,in people their' country and) together,

.A dllHurlll!; the four years of the a becoming; manner testified! their respect Grant, and i is thoroughly acquainted, with : than those of the Northwest: and olltiliol; sorrowThen of ,

Ihestorl civil war 1\1\ r. Fairbanks held the commission for the memory of )Ir, Garfield, and. their the routine i of (hcdepartmeiit. Hcis I moreover have only been invaded.! here and thereatpoints buildings and ground,prt'Wlltallol by DirectorGeneralKimball ( t til)

r of quartermaster in the Confederate sympathy for his family. It is: to be hoped it in accord with the Grant, Conkling where mills could be built on railway to the I':xlH.' dims Association.
will last longer than it 11I.lllIlhc case of )Ir. lines or near bays and navigable; tidewater Governor Colquitt, in accepting the temle. ,
of and l Arthur
kno service\ and by a vigorous p performance: wing> of the party. streams. at the Dismal Swamp
Beginning of the buildings and ground I and i li
city the duties:' of that office largely 1I !'i.II'llllIc Lincoln, whose! widow last year, as rite was His believed i that I'n'i.Il'lItrthnr: intends in \irj.illla: the pine belts follow the coast doubted whether thecncrgy bestowed on tin"
d landing from an I European: \ :\ steamer in New to overhaul the Atlantic and the Gulf aimo.t to
: Itt Gyrations: thc armies at the front. Upon Treasury Department> Ilri' work bad ever bl'l'l ('xI'ccIII'11 It looked
York bid 1 to stand aside.! by a policeman and( extend back into the country
tidetllo 1 flit evacuation: Jacksonville by the Con- from vault to attic, and, to explore every rat lonlilw : Ihal nllll'llj"l ,
let Sarah! Iicrnhnrdt.! the actress! 1-11: rule, as far as the tile run" Milling of hard work. The shareholders!
(to : : pass.
J I federate force: In 18'J.) the mill", includingthat l hole in it. lhlsdcpalhuutl' I is largely filled operations! in this vast: / are usually than satisfied with what had ncniinplished.

trip! of Fairbanks: &( Urotbcr, with over a :Notwithstanding: the !solemn season of with I the political household of the! late !secretary upon a small scale to supply a local lunrket.Along 1'(1

is CJ million' feet of lumber, were destroyed!! by mourning, thousands who speak' in subdued now 1'lIat"r'III'rlnllll: who forcedArthur the Cape fear: river in i-.orth ('af- I The address of welcome by, Hon. 71,11"1
1 Mr. larfield, in their hearts, at IJrunswick; in Georgia: on the Suwanco : :
tones of are, lila \'anU'etif'North! Carolina 1'01 I .
\1 order of the Confederate commander, a very to leave the Now York toin-housc and at Fcnsncola: in Florida thcic O\'d Thl
: .J tcd the value of
''I. II'neI !J injudicious and unnecessary destruction: of thinking of Ir.rthur. Speculations as: under imputation of dNhoncsty! and inaladministration. are, IIWC\I a few large mills which ship ton-jicnker as fOr'ill1I( \ staple, and its cut

I property, the m.ichinery of which might I to lIiClbiru'tnreuJrl'all\( lgc.lllI.. Much :)[Ir. Sherman: I little thought lumber to the North and to the West t Indies. lining 1 the South fl'\1 its! ,,'nlII'II ';,\

; lIyoW' '1 have !been removed and been made: serviceable gratuitous and impel tinent advice is tendered then that Arthur would he President of the Alabama I :Mississippi and Jouiiall com'iion! : icalizing the dreams of !Ponce\ ilu
con him l those who have heretofore. ; /ul'pl\' their own needs fl'ollllhlr. I\\11 i l and his in"" their adventures
the as the Union f t forces i by United Slates, with l I 11'01 ln
to Confederacy, : l I 1 I power mercilessly to expose ests I Texas, which heavily
'rein lillt through this land in of the 1 fountain;'
No r, retained the city font few weeks only at that abused him ;and his friend Iresident..1r the inner management this IlIIlIIcnllelLl'al'llIl'lIt upon and l the Northwest, has of late recuperation and f1\t!, He concluded

1 i "IIIC. thur lee: (':lllc.ln l !special Hussion::! of the Senate / and to discharge: the large en- opened within her own limits an almost by saying that the members of the Kxposjtibn i.
p11 art, to meet on t the 10th of October. A IV wRepublican boundless source of supply in the pine barrens extended to human soul that
in RichmomMr. every
of four that Sherman has
j ,After n stay years! tviiruije{ : appointed Iu.cl'lltln'I'Jacl'14 traversed the \ railroads in the
by 1'\V
Joopats could add, anything the of '
have had the check to ,
triumph peace
] Fairbanks returned, to Florida and engaged papers : relations of
I Many Mr. Slier- cast'r portion of her immense 11olaill. welcome to' the curtcsics of the people, of
J' 1 .+. In mercantile pursuits, which were advise the 1 Democratic majority in the Senate man: are in the Treasury: D'partllll'lIt-oIlO development of the lumber industry: in I(he South and the hospitalities' : of the most

'; t Ami two. however, uncongenial to his tastes, and to elect a Republican: presiding! ofllccr. of them has been charged with extensive that section has! n'llucclllht price of build enterprising city of the South Wo standin

\:\ ) which lie abandoned in 197 t. Ho was esNcntlallyu It is generally supposed that :fir Haynrd will peculation( and many expect disclosures:! from greatly ing material in thc nearly' one-half, and of the has contra aided! the "llllow'of I great (calamity. TIl
Jog rapid growth
death of has effected
\,l :' nv.j'r man of literary tastes, an oxtcn- be elected to that olllcc, and certainly no the Treasury Department scarcely less startling und western sections of the tllh'. In fact it portion of l'n.llh'lt the Garfcll deeply than the no

,; iJ' tdve reader and an able- writer upon literary more appropriate selection could be made. than those that have been made: in the may be said I to have advanced the grade of'T'exan South. It has aroused: among us every sentiment .
AFrii'- Those who think that the death of Mr. Garfield civijization. for the new settler now and Let all
( us
and political nubjects. He was! a frequent I'o t'omce Department. Ex: -Secretary fish 01 chivalry 10YI11\
of the and bad a happy will restore peace and harmony between General Grant and :Mr. puts up 1 comfortable three or four-room see the reunion (' his deathmay
hall t' correspondent prcs.s Conkling, arc cottage instead of a mere box, and the little never perish from among us. "
way of presenting subject in an interesting thc Republican factions will soon sec mentioned t for the place of :\\11'. lilaine. shanties which used to be the rule in the '

IIci manner./ Of late years he had devoted their mistake.: Already the contest has begun Gossip is rife, and newspaper' men, who have rich prairie country are fast giving place to UTE riiii L'oAiixo FI IR
tlielilut l substantial farmhouses. .
) much tiuretopublicamid private correspondence in the primaries for" electing delegatesto already arrived in large numbers, anticipate I The most important lumber region in the Jute is said to be the most profitable fibre-

Mil ( to promote the settlement of the :State.! the county and state conventions.. an unusually iuteresliugseason from a journalistic South yet to be developed: stretches! clear produced. At present there seems to be nolinrittoitsdenutud.

His practical and sensible manner of i presenting Crinkling himself will go to I the state 'Oil'C11' standpoint.! is ( that across Southern Gcorgll and Alabama from In Louisiana extensivepreparations
: made cultivate
I to
'ollelll'c are! being
give tion, seeking admission as bolting dele the Atlantic to rivers that flow into Mobile '
information and the candid brief
this will be a very stalwart administration, Factories are also going up for its manufacture -
1119 information embodied in his gate. Hard and bitter things are said of him lav.! This whole region n11al mot be and is manifested .
and reliable / in sentiment, at I least, but such is the composition said! to be an unbroken pine forest, for the great iltCfl't generally
cons articles! and letters have drawn to the Statea by the press! III his own city of Utica. of Congress that President Arthur clearings and lumber camps are so few and in its production.It .

[, such icav I large number of, valuable citizens. Although The long drouth has at last been relievedby will be handicapped and unable to give. pronounced so fur apart that they only increase the im is and quite generally of Florida known is:, especially that the well climate

,1 suffering times! seriously from ill- an equinoctial rain storm, and (the forest political effect to ultra blue stalwart- I thc pression vast woodland of immensity! and with loneliness their vistas which of adapted to sui culture, samples of it huvinJ
I'' f.rlI fires have ceased' anil 1 water for man and 1 I been found! to excel the lints
health his! mind, seemed 'always clear and 1 '1' i-.iii. All his important' nominations will tall, straight 1 tree trunks make upon the jute
vigorous mid he did ; bcii't has returned to swell the spring and countries. Two )"car ago some of it was ('X-
'work mind.
:tr an amount of depend for confirmation: on a Democratic traveler's Since the State of Georgia State Fair in Jacksonville
which seemed impossible. He was thoroughly fill the wells!' and channels of the streams. Senate. built the Atlantic A Glllf and the Bruns- hibil'lllt our ,
Jr highly appreciated by gentlemen
r wicit Railroads with thc of 8011'
i\ It" f ly devoted to the interests! of Florida 1"111111 The crops:! have been cut short and! high There lire those who energetically insist bonds sold Albany in thc North: and then repudiated proceeds from Calcutta, India, who were formerly
nuns\ his death the State loses ,'u1unhle'urk'r\ prices! for provisions will prevail. Knowing largely engaged in the exportation of jute.
that this will be an Arthur and! not a Conk : this section his been accessible! to lumbering

W'll't. ill the department of lIu IIIItflltl! llI. this, Floridlans: should at once plant their ling administration, but those who have I ; enterprise ; but it is of such great extent A of sample the board was of sent trade to 1 of prominent Cincinnati member, and it

f Genial his! manner, with a sense fall gardens and put in their early potatoes, that the clearings! thus far made arc comparatively
l dray( strong hastily:, eliminated Mr. Conkling' from" national as insignificant as notch was not only very much appreciated I by the
'f 1 i nnd, of humur, amid a large fund of story and anecdote etc. ) politics! know little of the past and big log; In fact it 1 penknife is U vast timber business! men of (that body, but called out
fi anti. lie could not fail to be a pleasant 1I11l1intt'r'lItilll There is one feature of Northern towns sec little of the present Senator Jones, the reserve from which the next generationwill est from encomiums the trade journal and favorable of that endorsement.city the high

; companion>j well as a true and which cannot fail to attract attention-tbc host draw its supplies when the pineries
I )[ l'rcidcllt't went yesterday to Utica, occurs to us that the farmers of Putnam
if I
l which lie nearer to the centres of
faithful friend neat, comfortable homes of the people' and\ and is in cUllfl.'rCII'e with the exsenator.This great pop- comity would! do well to get some seed the
loW ulation in the North shall be exhausted
1\ 1Jt'IngJ Mr. Fairbanks! was a valuable contributorto the line condition their streets(:, are kept in. i.s the. coming year, that they may be enabled to
not only straw, but it is enough, And what wi the country do when the
I oftI', tho Mirror as well iw to other papers and I A great contrast to the generally neglectedlook ; if not to break the call'I': back, at least: to Southern 11'1 stripped' ? the reader engage demand in exists the culture tosonmeextent of this fibre. A home(.'apt. ';l

( wo hall greatly miss his useful and timely of our Southern towns and streets. The may ask. Where will tho one hundred millions alrUly.
1)-, show which way thc wind blows. Charles A IJnisle, \I' Ibcrville parish, Lou .
f' of who will in the
", I\S'i and admirable coin! in a udultl.nms! city which I am now visiting has a population ; limits:, of people the United l\'e hundred lf'lcnt Iialll, has just advertised! in the New Or

[' 1 ( uf about 11,000, but it covers as much! DK.iTH OF SAMULL FA1KIIAXK& get their lumber tltes? Perhaps 4 in'YJI'HlJnce part newspapers for 100.000) pounds of it.
omistat THE fJU/:Sl'/O.V OF OFFICE: I .
I is
k ground as cities of 50,000. people There( are The portion of our city ; I from Alaska and British America north of I selling ut 12 and 15 cents per humid
:- In tho matter of distribution of ofliceybetween chlcr' pupllaton are informed l that factory for its manufactory
few residences in blocks, and every house is:, were la gr.lt11 I>' t treated I I'II! I Canada, but we may he sure (lima large pert be I
cJm here in short time
t'tswet' the two factious of time Republican "ccuf'd
of their friend Samuel t of the supply' from scientific I
'lIlllulll ,tl'l'111'11 tiol
set back from the street with wlll'ollle the of
ample grounds on pledge that they will cultivate
party the Mouth has little interest.! If the Fairbanks to his native home, lie( bad forest rultre (' 01 upon lands not 1111tl'
for shrubbery and shade trees. livery: house in all of the I certain of acres of it, enough
watchful jealousy and) disposition to carping come f'ull the 'llh1 climes which lie adapted farming parts coun the
I pUb' !looks in perfect repair and as though newly had learned to love and adopt for hislife's try, Forestry is a profitable industry in to keep factory in opcrtoll. A machine
criticism tho of each shall force for the decorticntion
Yoff'T on part upon pursuits, to nearly all the;e.untriesofBurpe!; To plant ( lu" been invented
:.1t 1 lb.o Kxccutlve the necessity! of making such painted You can pass! through miles ofhandsome : !with oJourl1111 relatives and l (' 1(1'111 someweeks the pines,V, firs and larches for the (timber they by :Mr. Albert Angel, of Newark, N

.1! '' 111 appointments shall, upon| their intrinsic streets without seeing a shabby or scenes:, of his:, youth, hit, alas.amongtbo mysterious will furnish when full grown is:, regarded l New J., who Orleans, in u recent he letter to N. .rthlll of
\ neglected placo. One wuuhllhillk they were changes amid of this mortal there us just 8semusibleahusinessventure: as fl'S will erect at
J merits, satisfy the general public, that will 111't' various if he be assured the
can that
all rich men It I ii (the force of example and its, bo is Ildlll'IIIY11 hCII(, and last evening to set out young; apple trees with 1 view tothllr points
wh bi3 a largo gain, Perhaps no condition of future It is farmers will grow sufficient jute to justify
) up at the residence! fruitage. long time to
Ils cxlstt'lHe
Their 1
krlu" public attain could! well have been worse public spirit. city tax about one per ot his mother, (I Arsenal street, close by thc wait for returns, but thc business: I is not for tlC expenditure. Mr. .Angel says :
gr&ill tluu those days of General Grallt'tll\lltnlllll- cent., 1\11.1111 tins included:, the school tax, place of his birth. The city was this morning one Jtnlrtlol only. The forests on the We do not sell any machines but erect

tration when with assured Congressionalauppoit which supports' very large scholastic population. startled by the sad intelligence that be .\r [ il Scotland are the results:, of factories where the jute grows best, und buy
an the
stocks fixed
with several graded schools. The bad: expired suddenly of heart disease, and intelligent efforts of three successive If'l'1 fJllh{' planters at I
lib(:. in any event to his administration, that death had cut short the period! of his dukes. In tree culture each generation pCI toll The Angel Company' bas
I niJ: hu nude appointments which were unfit in state and I county" tax is about one per cent. contemplated' festivities tntonghris kindred plants for the one to folio, Whenever a now\ factory at"ct Pumt'a..and thefarmers

doe :' : themselves and cast discredit upon the government. also! which covers: everything. and their hosts of friends. His[ family here tree is f'II't11 sapling is put in its:, place, and which will(' be have 300) acres of juteplantcl .
The fund for I is the oldest esteemed and thus while yielding ready soon furthe ,
Mrs. most
fo',1 I Iilly, Mr. Arthur will not be likely to Garfield and her dill VIC among llr't. steady revenue mill.
in the of the and is never exhausted. The time will
dred has reached prumlncllt history city, a
; nuke that mistake, filth I we may hope to sec $323.000.: : There are many brief sketch of his life will not fail tubecite'.ly {'\U' when in Northern Maine, in the Appalachian .We have been invited to erect a factoryat .

the better class of representative: men nomfhnted. now who (}iie.stion the propriety of raising Intl'r'itill'to all our readers.Mr. .. Mountain[ belt of the Middle States, c\er. N, C., where the Ilullttn haveagree.

I',. kj !\ If such is the case tho Senate will such large! sums of money to pension the eldest son of the and on the sandy plains of the South there I ( if to plant 3,000 acres und
j j children of an ex-President. T\vo hundred late Jason Fairbanks, bad a few days previous will be great forest farms where the raising tolm wu want It. the year after,
Tu have no difficulty in confirming his appoint-' come from his home at Jacksonville, of trees for timber will be as stable an indus- "We find Virginia un8uth! Carolina

1'h j h went', atlhu .Southern Senators will not und fifty thouxand dollars was raised for Florida, and his sudden death, resulting try as! the raising of ('orl upon the Western well adapted' to the growth of jute."

lend themselves! as allies of any faction to General (i rail t. So far us Mrs (Oarlicld i is from disease the heart, was quite unexpected. prairies Besides, coming generations will can't"This is I gigantic affair and I am sorry it
concerned\ a liberal provision, for life is conceded nut consume lumber at the rate ut which thepresent made still larger h)' letting tiellhltr
.1 es obstruct: the proper und legitimate( exerciseof have machines for their lI .
be Mr. Fairbanks was in this city, at (the one is devouring it. Farmhouses 0\1
(to right and but it is, alleged bur
: \I\\ the Kxecutlve power of appointment, proper, : old family residence, where the state armorynow will bo built with a further view th1\1 sheltering WIS favor of selling machines, but oninventor

mat h han Their only responsibility is to see tit the Illness that the tendency is to creating a claspension : : stands, on thc mh of October. 1818, andwas 1 the first occupants. Brick, Mono andiron ) does not always have his! Inn
fund for President";,.' families like be more used! for building material.A wuV.
l of the )person nominated.( With bis m ", cotiM'qiU'ntly nearly sixty-three years wi Two ..
tboso provided for the royal lIIIOlIIId! that of age at t the lime of Ids 111uth. Ho leavessurviving will'iiot' be felled) to fence a farm.Already years now a factory {'onfdlc. n.
MI' party relations! they have\ nothing to do.We doubt, secured fur this
him hilt wife, one son and two slate is taking the place of shingles I section, if the farmer
this is in
-" IIOJHJ in the appointments(, to be made not accordance with time spirit of daughter He received his early educationin for roofs and barbt'ml-wire for fences ; iron *. of Putnam county would engage in

I,I thdla '" ill tho South we hall have decided improvement. our institutions. I''. the Belleville academy, the French college bus almost banished wood for bridges und growing to some extent the fibre. Two crops

: The of Mr. at Montreal[ thc Wutrtowl academy for the beams of substantial city structures |*r )year can be cultivated on the same piece.,
I appointment Jay, HUSH .f." /> SlI'/i/JT I-OI'.fTOt.s. on .\1'11'1tr'.t., and at Professor while tiles and cement are rapidly "lllng of lan.t A prominent gentleman ot I this
: 11M the postmaster at Jacksonville, was rccog.ulzed \' ) \lem) at Clinton. He entered I in use for Ito.rVhen we haven population now in correspondence with Ir.ngt .
H ;, excellent Ill view of the vliocts of the drouth at the .0 : of hundred millions \ and before days shall
LIlt an appointment! and was Union College at .Schencctady, where hegraduated a the yearly consumption many we b
.......eM!., concurred by men of all parties. If theadministration North in tho very large diminution of the in tN.'i-S.: In lS4i- be married Juliet of lumber mav not be as great a!at.1.r'tut..C lay, b.fre our readers' (lie rcsult.Jtitntiai .

;, yin' prim' r l will place: its appointments i'| otatu crop, there is doubtless line opening! ,second daughter of the late William York TI/"m,. (' !.
: Smith, and ) into business at Water-
,.'its upon the ground of fitness, competency and for the Southern fanner. The supply of uld town, where t'lt.'re.t r Illlll..1 until 1&V!, when THE: country is properly disposed to bevery '1-ost-Office Nonce

fI' high character, the Southern people will |potatoes at the North will lC''l'r-\' 81)\\11111 he removed to Florida III became a member generous toward the nf the lamented Office JQIWI-"rom 800; ( A. )Z. to 6(0:( f. M-

IhpR6 Award to it confidence ami re>|nrt. A strong the spring' and there will be an excellent and manager of the extensive: lumber Oarlield. The private family Money OrJl anl Registered LUt'frumm8M0
mills of Fairbanks Hro., which he carriedon subscription : A, ji, to 1:00 .
market foe new Southern 1t\"t"t cVith : P.M.; and! : r
tffjrt will doubtless bo 20 )
Ti made by men who is likely to to f-XMl.um.
with ails until mood) to 3:30:: ,
t a Iittl\'Irh't'tloll which be great energy su't' they I amount 1. M. unca1 from 10:30: to 11: A. N
will claim to have Iwcn pne excrllotce the can readily given were burned, at time beginning of the bite of Congress l U now in favor nf a public ARRIVAL DEPARTURE THE MAIU>,

friends and) *up|>'oitcrs of General (rant, to with pinc-Mraw, ", or hroom-traw, the crop civil war. After the war he engaged fora \'Iiol worthy eta great and rich pro'. .\'urthuH, JIiArrldal). at 10:25: A, M.

receive recognition ulIm that ground alone. will' nuiluriMjuite curly and command u very time in a paper) mi ut Manchester Va., but not be while country.) ::O r. )
doing so much
; 'uuhh
remunerative returned to in 18IW( and engaged in wt'I L'rfri'JIll il-
i "I They will point to (their record at tho Chi price.' Of course! !oL'ltll'tutlll': commercial pursuits fur I few '('uJ until for the Hlrtlt family, to revise the rather For points north of Savannah
C3?o convention as an evidence of their stal- expensive'' but it will j'ay to make buratl0u: ui 187.. plea grc stingy )provision for the widow only, closes..............10:00: *. M

:ysail 'WartUiu, One of glue Immure conspicuous member the Innotmcllt.h.'l't't. pot H too* sell. In the FIT the I;'; thrtv yeartr. IVnrl.anks Abraham Lincoln 1 She received the un. Cedar Key and Tram!t RailroadArrives
Northern towns at retail at five cents been I the sccri't art uud ..> t >f f 'ht Bureun l balance of the year's salary, which was
:* <.': the Florid delegation to Chicago has i lot'r 181tl ,
: ... 4:00 M
of 'I. r
Immigratl'j. v- Stale nf :iutkl, and for about
c hsr alie. fly, it to ..4t.11 )presented himself Mr. pound equivalent to $i.GO JK.T bushel.! Florida, in which.th.J.UI 1"itl')1 bis tit energy and! hau! |Iluion of $ ,100 a year ttl'ollhe, Of course has (.lose'...........M.......................... 8:15 A. )

Arthur; but received u n' u.r. We bopt- IhUi Throe an the dry Jersey otatoes.| It would efcenha\ bevn re'gnizCI a of very the services of Mr. Lincoln are licit FloridaArrives. -'

a foretaste of Mr. Arthur's course. stem that there was, an opening for Florida! great .{ < he new State. by a grateful country He appreciated his ............. 4:00 r. aI.

i .. -. ---- truckmen to nupply this Jenntml. The Mr. :'Irtan. was a Ian of quick per- work, and clN just as VJtrv accollllshel Wil a 1f1. I Clows ................................. 5:00: r. >l.

r i I The following aunts have been distributed l lj pric is about equal tft ibo ."emriC"t'' for ('piul: great Industry He possesseda Why 10t !Ids family b treated with Jacksonville and St. John IUf-

j by the; lntitods t .of the. I'eabody' fund ,sine! orangwi. mind rciiurkably!, and CU\rebe1ui I as and Igru.' |j as Herald.much generosity as :u) :- Arrives...... ............10:2'A. x. ;:{ r. *,

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J,1.1:0,1I XOTKS. Florida Railroad: Company' ; are all fl'lIt.t1. I Legal:; Ad\'er< Yemenis.XOTICT. -iaao- 1881

goon with the construction of the branch : '. ,,

LKIXDUUO .t 1:0IlAltavJn: : R.ul.RO.teArticles .- to Lake Apopka) whenever the titles!'! to the I : : or 1 ('Oitl'111i,1'1'll/1. /.' .
TilE: tr;;1.,,.'
have boon lands donated t and ..... .I..'"
secured ,
of Incorporation+ are guaranteeto ALL MKX IlV'l'hfl':4il':1'lll: : ': i- a

hn.. E. 1LtxwdI,1'a I t. I'III' and l::. have the branch completed In time to11W'C [, KNOW: ;;. ThillH'. C. \\' Yulcee, J. II.Md.'innis. ','--';
Iill.1 I William Rawsoii, W. 1). C. Dur- THE ,. .
railroad from the coming which, will '
fur u orange crop .
W Agnevv, yi-Thomas KyddI'dwiii: ( I li. Dibble, HenryK. '
Indian This will 1,01IJr.lI1'h or extension bo' (the first of next Februiry. The proposition i
river. I Dotlcrer" and ( of the Tropical 1Iallro.nl, Urn con- is a bu"incs\s one and fair and jii"t. l"ll.rid.ltll.h'r and in accordance\ ; with the

netting, Fornandimi; with Indian t'pr.. I If This propos.il' enables each, homesteader to J I provisions of an net of the :-Iall'of Florida
!entitled "\11 act to Provide 1 for the Creationof
this i is constructed it will render the Indian obtain immedi.itc title to bis homestead, Corporations and to Prescribe their (Jen-/

river country accessible and within ea'y and further enables him to derive! instant cral Powers and Liabilitiesapproved August

reach from the North, and greatly enhance benefit' from the transportation facilities insured Mb. lNij<, and an act of the Legislature

rapid development.! The names: .of I the and to sec his property nt greatly enhanced of said :State entitled "\11 ",'110 Repeal tillIII.t
entitled an act to Provide for the Creation FLORIDA MIRR0R
jncorporators give promise of the early build- \'"llIc.lItFlodd" Journal. I of Corporations and to Prescribe their

tag; of the road Let the railroad I ,I boom continue Mvco.v it ]hut' swlcl... H \II.HO.\II K.XTK.VMox. : : I General Powers nod Liabilities, lad to Recreate .

to roll;Jackfnnvillc Unum .-The speedy completion of this, the und Amend the Sections:; Repealed: ,
said act" approved' March I lib.. 1M jl!>, dohereby
We are assured every day of the bright most important link in the railroad. system ns-souute ourselves together as a corporate .

prospects of our i Nthmus town. The Tropical of the "Cole Syndicate; ," i is now an :t" lIrl'tlfUl't. hotly under the name and style 1 of

1'cninsular rond will be built to Leesburgto livery foot ot'lhl! line (eighty-nine TIn: I1KACII: HOTEl: AND\ ROAD COMPANY. -
The place of business of I .
connect with thcLccsburgit: 111I1Ianli\'pr:, miles) to Atlanta; has been located l and the said Company: principal shall bo \In the l'ityof Fer-

Road. giving us transportation with I the contracts duly let 'out. A largo force 11\llItinn,1I\\ the :Slate of Florida.

South and West. The Florida! Southern 1 is amounting to near one thousand live hundred I II I That the business of said Company =STjE .a..1Y.I [= .'
now being rapidly built ID Ocala, nnd from bands, i is busily! at work under the direction :shall bo. (to build nnd 1II:1ltn: 1' a hold anal; .
necessary accommodation Amelia\ Beach,
there will be brought to Locshurg, reaching of {Oldlletlilt experienced. railroad and to obtain) the right of maintaining and

here in January so we area-wired, and then experts, and it is confidently expected that collecting i toll on mad connecting i the beach i

continued south. The JacksonvilleKey the extension will be f finished by May, 1882.: with the (ellIII' Fernandina.III. : .
That: the stock of the I Company
Nest road, the route for which has alreadybeen In the meanwhile the Homo road: is also all hall be (ton capital I thousand\ dollars, divided

surveyed. will also tap Lcesburg. From under contract with every prospect:, of completion into' :stares of one hundred dollars each,, '

these indications, we feel) assured Ihat our in July next. This will form n with privilege; stockholders' to :subscribe: .j '
In ((4)) one-eighth, (Jone-fouith) und ((1 Done-!) I -
town which is now growing so rapidly, trills through connection from Hrllll wick to -I r'
I half sluiros-ten !per centum .,1'all lIh"'l'rip.ti.lUslIl'OllIl.k
won( become the mint< important inland lirNtol, Tennossic, and thence to Memphis, to bo ,paid'l when Mich, subscriptions

f town of South Florida Her commerce in the same !stale.! Colonel Cole, failing in ( / are nude, anal the I'l'llI.tindl'r ns may ..

now will compare favorably with any town iii'; ctl'rt'; tr, obtain a lousjof the ('illc: llllati lie ordered by the IJ.urd of.Diivi) tors of said; 5| I

in the :State, with three or four exceptions.: :Southern;t turned his attention, elsewhere. ( Compnn 1\'. That Iho corporation IWI.h'I'l'ah'.1,

With (the railroad from Indian river to the and has succeeded( in making most satisfactory shall date its corporate existence: I'rnll1lho

Wilhlucoochee liver, the Gulf and Atlantic: arrangement with the Kentucky: 1 day of filing of those articlemil' incorpora- { : nP +M

will bo connected on the South Florida coastin Central, by which a line will lc built from lion as required{ by the acts as aforesaid, BJOB I a
and shall continue for the tuna of ninetynine wpm e1
which I'.iris to Livingston, to connect tvitlt rol.l
almost' a direct line, will be of : tI year:*.

great 1111\,11I tagc.-Lrenburff Ailfitncr. now under construction from Livingston I toGaryville \'. That I I Iliobn"iii0"sof I t the ( 'onmputvshall:

l'J, S.H'lL.\ it ATLANTIC l.v! u.noi.-Ina Tennessee, which will give a continuous hp conducted by: a Hoarll of live ((5); ) liroct-) 0
i Hue from Kno.xville Cincinnati ors: to bo elected. by I the stockholders' on the
interview with Mr. W. 1). to i ,
recent Chipley, lint Monday of March in each ant.) every
Vice-President and Superintendent of the wholly independent, of the Cincinnati South year excepting that the lir"t elcttiunshah I

I'ens'olatlalltic Railroad: we gatheredthe ern. 'Chedi'tutneefronm Dalton) to Cincinnati he hold<<1 nt such tune ns the undersigned cur
via the 1'\:mmxwiihe tC Kentucky Central will Iw porators1, or a majority+ of linn( halllh'ler.
following particulars rclatheto the road mine :Said Hoard of I irectors shall z
and its Wo make them only ten miles f'urthcrthauit I is by the Cincinnati i upon.' :
prospects. public elect a President and Secretary, and such,
for the benefit of the people of Wot Fiol, ida 'l\llhl.tII-pl'al'liclllr\ nothing.; The other subordinate: olllcers iw the luisine-ss of + -1_

who arc so deeply Interested in the successof gap between Caryville and. Paris I is also tinder the ('ompanv! may require.
VI. That the highest:. ninount of indebt-
contract to bo 1st
completed by July ,
the road. Mr. Chipley Informed, that ness or liability which said corporation!
ISH2. ThcMacolut Brunswick Railroad holdsits '
the number of at ln
average men employed on can anvtiulesubjectitselfshmilI twenty
the Pensacoenll\ of the road is: one hun own bravely and i is doing a fair business live hundredVHioHoIlars.( : ) .

drcd and ten ; that the number would have under the excellent management of Mr. J. VII That the said Company shall be
i M. Edwards and his associates. Its Hale andprojected vested with all rights and privileges! which .
boon greater but owing to the of
difficulty the acts heretofore referred to can/ convey
procuring carts and other Implements to extension was n fortunate event VIII. In witness: whereof; we, the parties _:ac>c> .A.N"J: :)

work with the contractors have been compelled for the people of that (section and, indeed, aforesaid have hereunto set our bands: and .
for tire whole tllte.-.1fIlCQla scaN, the 18th day of May, A. D. 18HI. ,
CorrcfjwndcHceFlorida .
to smaller force than J
employ a
they C:CWICIvLlFFi: ': YUI.KK:, 1
otherwise would. They give satisfactory assurances Union.I'rofesnional. .i. H. MrCJlNNlS.W. :;. .

of an increase of the working forceat -- ---- -- --- _._._- .- --.....- S. RAWSON:; .
the earliest possible moment. anti IIiiMiueNM ('urdHh W. U. C. DURYKK I : .
__ .__ ___H.u P. KYDD.C. ,
The bridges that will cross salt water, to- A CO. II. DHWLF[ :. ,

wit : those over Rayon Texar, ]la'ouIu., HICOIUXNO.V 1I. Jo,:. ])O'lvnmm.i1 : : ,

latte and cambhi Day, are to be constructed Dealers in (J. STARK. t
Drug, Medicines, Fancy Goods, ... -.. .S3"5i.AT PRINTINGfB011'SE
of creosoted piling. The limited capacityof ''
the creosoting works at Pascagoula readers ,
Chemical Fertilizer, Etc., A MKKTINO OF TIIK: STOCKholders -
this work slow but
the work
No. 75 W. Hay St., JACKSONVILLE: 1LA. of the Beach Hotel\ anti Road
other parts of the line will go on with all ..ZilWe: sell at Savannah Company, held in the city of Fornandina,
possible expedition, it is not thought that : Send for quotations. .J -;l'lr on the lath day of September, 1881, pursuant -

the general progress: of the enterprise will .. -- -. .-- -_. .. .-.. ---- -,..- .---- to notice-duly advertisedurthree weeks
as: required by law It was resolved! by a vote
be delayed. Under the contracts these T. "".
three IMLMUIt.A of three-fourths,, or morcnf the stock of said
bridges are to be finished by the first of next company then and there represented, that

'.. June. Work on the Bayou Texar bridge TTORNKY AT LAW, the articles of incorporation of said Bench

will begin on next Monday. In the meantime FJmN.NIHS.FLA.. Hotel! and Road COIIII'UII.he so amendedus \ 1 Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, -t: ,:. '
a; to extend the limit of indebtedness or liability .
steel rails and other material for the
to which said corporation can at any '
section, between the 'Jcambia and Choctawatchcu Special attention given to collecting. (timo subject itself from twenty-live hundred 1

;' rivers will be transported to Milton : ( dollars, ns heretofore, to six i thousand dollars,

by the steamer Mibilc, which I is now being 1-6i as provided by section (::1)t) of, tin art ut' the '
legislature:: of the :State ot Florida, "entitledan
fitted for that purl'o! c. Rails will also be net to amend lei 111.10 t m provide for the .
: f1mCII.NT.GrXTIr.
sent to creation
Chattahoochee and the road from corporations, and to prescribe
that ., Ilitir general powers tuna liabilities( and tore t i
(point Marianna will he with
all possible: speed. ; ST., NKU It. R. DKPOT, ; iiact and" amend I tile set-lions repealed )by FE11NANDINA yJ: = FLORIDA.
FKRNANDINA: l>ui.ll1l'I. -Approved) :lurch. I1. 1711.i. !I. ._:
The surveying corps) of the western: end }"I.\. < STARK '" '

of.having the road gone have some crossed ninety-nine the Chnctaw miles hatcher east! of, ..Hay. 'n _,_ (_ 'oru_ _,__ Oat. ___ .____u___ WIM.I\M Secretary I'hairman II.: and C. DricvKK Treasurer.and:' \'ice.l'r(. idc.llt.41NOTICK .. 'i" ". tV"; ." :' ; ; \;;;; ;: :y'!, ;;;:: ':' } .::;

Pensacola ; the western corps are now due JA.IIIS 'h'H .'1"'.X, .. --- -'- -" '_ .__ __ '_ 'T 0- ..__ __ .' L .. .L' .,..,,,.l- ,, .. ) r' ,
at the Choctawhatchee. -..", 1" ':r'i:; \,' ,': ''' ''''::-'!\' ''iI
On the 10th instant the contract for gradIng CONTRACTOR AND II UI I,1)IIt: : OF INCORPORATIONOK ;; ; .- _11 p.--s.; : .'; :; .....:... ;,;,: ,
and for all work except the iron bridges Alachua Street between Second and Third, THE ,'.." V' ; ,1" .:"" .
for a section of one hundred and five miles LEESIIURG.l .XUI\X UI"JUUIJ.no.U .. ::1, '.

will be let. This section; will begin about ;Y ,

thirty-live miles east of Pcnsaeola, and will Orders and estimates from a distance carefully tiuthorilv of un Act of the LcgNhi-

extend to a )point near to and west of Marl- attended. to. :'JVtfiv. BY lure of the /State i.f Florida, entitled ,
Having added
1'Y.NJ: ) NKW
a'nna. 'fhe iron bridge spans for the road I(. n.\IIUX.GII'I\! '" -- -" -- "An Act to Provido for the Incorporation of PRESSES to our onice arid having

rare now being built and 8,000 tons (of rails Railroads and Canals! ," and approved February 1 -
AGEKT, Wlh. 1871.' notice i is hereby\ given, ni SKILLED WORKMKN: who know how to uso the same ,we are now p'
have been
(purchased for the road. A vessel WHOLESALE AND llCTMh required i by said act, that u company has .- .

now loading in New York with 800 tons of : AND) STOCK DKALKlt: .: 'been formed', under the name of theLKKSIIITRll prepared to do any and every kind of printing.! "" -, *
+ steel rails will 1 sail for Pensacola in a few BUTCHKR .tsuDealer A: INDIAN: RIVKR: UAIIr- '. <

days. Mr. Chipley) assured us that if it was in Ice.TKXXESSKK ROAD COMPANY, !I .R I' .

possible for money to control the labor the : IJKKP A SPKCIALTY. to he invested with nil the right, powers,

i work will be completed by January 1st, 18$3. BROOM privileges and franchises conferred nj,on
companies funned) under said
pct for
It i is thepurjKsc ,
gratifying to note the evidences of an

[energetic spirit furnished by these faces, and -.l'J-tf-- -. .. --. FKRNANDINA.-. .-.. FLA. operating{ of a constructing railroad for, public maintuining use in and the .

|we are hopeful in the belief that when the LAIKU A IIAICIU.S, convevHiice of persons and I property. The
legislature: meets again there will be a direct main line of Maul railroad will I II", out (80)( )

,line of rail communication between IVnsa- -IlLACKSMITIIS AND) SHIP-SMITHS: eighty from I' miles|wint in on length tho; Tropical; will be Florida constructed Rail FROM A 500-PAGE. BOOK TO A VISITING CARDw

',l.r and the extreme eastern jtortion of the First St., opjKwite Avcry's Stables road. nearly due _west from I.re<,hiirtf. in
State.-rens .. AH kinds of repairing done at short notice IxHbur/, touching the wiutherii lorl of J, ',fi, .
AI'fJJ'K.\ IlutM'ii |purl
SOUTH ., .
FuiKini UL. und at reasonable fake liriflln .' ,:''' :: ,. ,' '. .
rates. the iiorthtrn :
1)\1I.-The Altuiuonte and 11. |" of bake ; .. .. u. L ,, .x... .. .
South Harris : .t .
AjKjpku -- -- ----- ; thence to Ltkes lmistls: tin.I Dare ," ,' ,;,-" r roo' ;,1 r .,' .1..1. f ; ea w 1
popka committees met the officers of the O. N. passing: through Orange: and Bra'turd /. .j''i'f.
OAICKN coiintie .
.".. ,. .. t- ", ;, \ ; >iA ( <; iJ7t
i. .
uth to a point .< ; r ;:
ida ut .
or Titusville. .
l"IIW: Railroad mat In ,
here : .
Company : '. 1'"' t<; ) '. a
CONTRACTOR ANI dian River: with branches to l.iko AiMipka .; ..,. .t,. : 't. .. : / ; -I : a t :G;r.., <.' .o i':: ''''
ree ably to BUILDER
; appointment .!:
on last : h *;' ,
Saturday. and Lake Tohopkuli, in Orange and<< lire- 4 r ..J.t.. -:;J1'.t" '?! .' _
A... '
io secretary of the meeting promised: to USt'J'\CTt'RIWf yard (:Olillti,-.. ,{: Neatly and us Clieup lut'uHy. Otllre luI'IorlsJa: ::' tRr

.'" *sn<\ us the official proceedings, but as Le ll. Jo:. MAXWELL. .,; '. : ,.. _'I' t*:. F
; fclled to do so we will give the substance of MOULDlXOrf, IIRACKEIHHAlVKI;)) AND FRANK ll. PAPY 1 .. ,
the result arrived at. The 'rUHSJH.LUl'iTlm.:) : ..., NKWEW. 4-1.3111 J.::. \\'. AONKW.: ., .. '''' :'':'1. 1

committees pre- sTAIR RAILS, WOOD>> KAVKSTUOUrillH. -- --_._._-- ------- ., ,' : .;;
enlt'JIl their -- -
subscription. Oil .
their being ,
r Iaiditc'1 it was brand that some 1.fo O) aerewib'cribed W.a'1'l lJaWo.HU.: Nna. A 1'/titND. \ '.

representing ubout,0110, wereiomesteod 1 NJ.tND FIAOIt, .AND : -' -. 1" .. ." '> .. ..
INO.Ntttir 13AKERS CONF1XTIONKR.S, leri'1)ou't 1' ..t. ; ...
lands to which the owners could : !... I .!,t. R '.." .
give no title*. To relieve this flaw, )fr. J, and Church CKOICC ; '< :" 4
r.E-!: Ingraham president of the South FlorIda 11ork .
A '.: : Groceries' {'!gars, and Tobacco .-
Railroad ( '
Company, said they would

an arch liomesteader the sum necessary to DOORS AND WINDOW FRAM131Ol''ALI; TUYH AND J-'ANCV .ARII'M; : -
nimute for their $ ..+.nd urdcrofor'i'RINiING : : :
c4i 11&1111.-.11.-1. parties to4ee(1 riI1.I' your lilNDINO' ,nd I UI1IJ.VO emt3leemt. ou4.'i
the"Ian.! aubacrihed to the ;"'. Weildings, Elite 1aiul""lItH. nnl) "
railroad Post Office Box 174. l'i."lkti. Hide the Huu ie. ird; ; i "
furnished at the .:i",n -t nod.- n for either wilt reedv
ompany and give security for the amountmoney Jan4 .it'eroajidino r, at r.IC' .I.t. prompt utteiuloiTfVow IM, Addrsuui' '
Fla. ,
.- :.!_.., torn prices, at ,' t. ." .. "
r loaned --
at ten pier (cent Interest, on '( UK illRKOR OmCB ri-- -&odu A.vaiL'i:: HAKKRY.: .. : .. L'LOTt1TA
roe, two or three )'eaN' time. The Suith 1 Ilok and) Job Printin- of a\!\ kind 4 Centre hired IrilTTLltt[ .
23 Opp fM |', O. UI1IJ.lin (CtU

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:. Tt'ov /"!/(/ CITY. first 1"elternI8ot.lieri: they had seen. Not PIt) I --a; : R.ILnln1C'TOIty_ r BAKER COL'NTV. I Atsctsof of Taxes: -Thomas! Uarco' Cut'",

1\ _. with their officers, Captain Tucker had been (.'ollnfylwl1e-H. I). Davis, Sanderson.Clerk < Plant.
United ,
-, ,. iTs EARLY NAME-TUB PRESENT: PROSPEROUS! in the Virginia: army, an officer in the Sec. Slates Officers. -F. J. Poiis, San l'rson. Collector of I'I'CIIIICVrcdcri'k X' vOcala. ,IVSuperintendent

I, 'CONDITION OLfSTF.K A REMINISCENCE ond Florida Infantry. lint they went to '.,\Sf) OFFICE, OAINEHVILI.K.Kcyistrr : (Sheriff U, C. l Herndon, Sanderson.)( '
-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville.: .I|jw*. w of Titjccs-George 1'. Canova, San of Sc1"III1.f-H. ((', Jartjn|
: OF TIIH "LATEPLh.tS.1NTNESS. UN- their work like veterans. The enemy had. n Jcl'ci/'cr-.1ol} I F. Rollins. Gainesville. derson. I'ort McCoy.

I I I, : !!\." goolllolitiollnllnlclllg, their line The! Federals Surrcyor-jcnrml-Malaclu[ 1 Martin[ Talla Chllceloof !:rL'CIIIIC-Uiclll1r.1. Kennedy, MOLAR( ': COUNTY

To (the J-illlor of the, Mirror ; had several other batteries ami each Ilns!' e. Darby> vi i ill l l c.Sujcriulrlllcllt. County! Jinlflc-Chas. S. Daron J Key \\\".",

;11)1 M' '; OLWTEE, October 2, lR81. Confederate had to look to his immediate. lilSTKICT COURT. of School*-\. J. \\'. Cobb* ('It'r ;-I'd'r T. Knight, Key 1Vest.Sherifieorge :

f Lake has population of about l.r>(00 the rattle of Judge -Thomas: : Settle, Jacksonville. Olustec. / A. Demcrritt, KW c t
Tj 1 City : a front. The !boom of cannon, .11f/r..I.ftl-.J. II. Durkcp) iinvDronii COUNTY.Coitiify Attestor of Tares--Walter C. Maloney'/ :
..Mrs.gcr .. !f and)( Is eligibly situated where the Florida musketry and the !shouts of excited, spirited C'lrrk-I'Islip[ Walter, Jacksonville. ./lIllyc-J. R. llichard, Providence., Key AV'cst.Collector.
I't 1 Central and tho Jacksonville 1'ensacola & York Lake Ilutler.Nher&V. of KcvcnueWalter C. Malone
men, the officers! directing and encouragingthe Clerk-Henry[ F. \
L 1. rM : Mobile l railroads join leading from Jack IXTKUNU: KKVENVK.: :; : // ''''. Tumblin. Starke. Jr., Key West.Superintendent. '
and the
... men on both) sides!, men responding Collector/ --Dennis ]I'tigan.fa'ksunvilie. of Schools-J. V. Harris ,
Asf s',r of Tajres-X. Wainwright, Lake Kc\
the Chatta-
sonville to Chattahoochee, on with. (lire and cheers, made it the COLLECTORS:( OF CUSTOMS., Uutler. West.

wee1Xor hooch river, and is among the l first settlements hottest kind of I fight, with the most dogged John \\'. Unwell, Fornandina. Wlii-tof lkernue-llunbcrry Hayncs: NASSAU COUNTY rvCbItatyJutyellintom

M or towns in the interior of East Flor determined intention to win. It was! at 1'dward'; llojikin4: Jacksonville.:: ? Santa Fe.Stnurintcudeiil. / J. Baker, Feriian-I
111It first called Lancaster in honorof John p. louse St. of Rcho / was : this time, when the noise of the battle, in Augustine.
.1. M Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fcrnantina.SheriljPeter .
Currie Cedar
,{ bus Judge, Lancaster. The name was mild for all of its fury, readied Olu tce, two miles: Key. IIUKVAIID COUNTY; I / Cone: l'ernandiuo..l .

C.imti.: those times Florida, like other new countries away, that awoke the echoes throughout County Jnlvt1-.JallH'S A. McCrory, City I Assessor 'if Taxes Win. II. Garland, IVr-

was tho haven for wild reckless spirits the pineries and (told to the commanding State Ofllcers.KX Point. nandina.Collector.

hibi l and although Judge Lancaster was rough general, as he rode. along just: after crossing ; ECUTIV I'EPA UTM KXT.:; CM,-,\, A. Stewart, Titusville..IwcMor nandina. of Ilrt'etutc-1Varren F. Scott.' 'I-Vr.
flfn't'rllllr11I.. P. I Rloxhani Tallalms of Taxes-Wallace R. Moses, Goor-
f. did ,
011 the lawless, the name not conveythat stream that General Oolquitt was ,Schools
'C Olnstee) Lientennnt-fSoreriior/ / -Livingston: \\'. Bethcl gianna.Qtllrclvrof. Siiperiiitemlent of W. A. Mahoney\
his''' ,: fear the good citizens would impress hard. pressed, and sent the order "to fallback Key West.Secretary JlI'cw*]l'\ J.I'lattLake Jes-:'! Callahan.

the the desperate with, and they called Alligator beyond the breastworks 1 ," that were f Mule-John 1.. Crawford, Tal sup Orange County.S"jlcrilltcllrfrul' OUAXCJE; : COUNTY.

f( for the powerful Indiantchicf Alliga situated just outside the bay galls on till! lahassee.Comptroller. of! tfchooln! -A. Grady.Grange. La County ,"lflyr.-H. L. Summcrlin, Orlandu:
'T: t -W. I). llarnes, Tallahassee. Clerk-J. 1'. Ilughey, Orlando.:
lies tor, who at one time go\"ernl'llthnt country, west side of Olusteo branch,, the battle going 7i'crl.U/'c/-lIenrv A. L'Englc) Tallahassee. CLAY COUXTV.County \:; Sheriff( Thomas: W. Shine" Fort Ileitis

which brought terror to the evil-doers, keep on on the east side. There was no regularity Attorney-General/ -George 1'. Haney, Talla Ji/ lyt!-J. T. Copeland, Orange .f, ,l'.wloj' Ta.res-James M. Owens, Fort

ing : ing them away, knowing the people were in in l firing, Load and (ire at will and hassee.Commissioner! Park. Hl' d. Fla.Collector.

.A earnest. Alligator enjoyed quiet and)( pence, do all the execution yon can," were the Tallahassee.Superintendent. of Lands-Hugh A. Corley. Clerk-O. A. Ituddiitgton, Green[ Cove Superintendent of Urt'l'lIltc-Xnt.He/wols-John t Poyntz,T.Orlando.Reeks'Fort

thestor the citizens and were soon enabled Springs}
e company officers'/ orders. On )pressed!:\ these of Public lastructiort-E.! K. Ulicriff Jaiwn W. DeWitt, Green Cove Reid.
to assist! in building the railroad to two companies! looking the cannon in the Foster: Tallahassee.A Springs. PUTNAM ('OU T.JU"Ir. \ .

kilo E their town, and tho necessity for so fearful mouth), each belch of lame( carried death < -(Jeaeral-.L1':. Yonge, Tallahassee A .yc..yC/r'if Tn.re.i-\\'m. Conway, Kingsley.:; of Pmlml-B. Harrison, Palatka

I city n name having passed! away the townspeoplemet and destruction in their ranks ; 'hnt, never ItUKKAU: OF IMMIOUVTION.Commissioner Collector of lievenue-Win. :S. PI u miner, Cleric-W. I." Forward, Palatka.
\ -.\. A. Robinson, Tallahas Maxville.tfuncrliitendcnt. ltl'l'W'Thomusholly.::; .
II and said they would give it the very appropriate daunted, on they! went, receding the ire( of see. ( of ,"icwul.f-I.! F. fteiger, Assessor-S. K",Timmoiiii.Collector .

chlctho' name of Lake City, nestled and 1 1i the infantry, until they had killed\ or drove Clerk-11. C. Long, Tallahassee.Special Middieburg.I of R"t'cllllc-JoCel'lI! Price

surrounded us it was by so many beautiful, every cannoneer and infantry support from Affcnls! -Samuel Fairbanks: Astor COI.t'. "II.\ 'Ol'\iTY.; SttpcflntcHilcnt; of Public Schools-J. W.
Building, Jacksonville) D. S. Place Waldo.SUPREME Strickland.
; ,
trip sparkling, clear lakes, whoso sheen rivals the ground. The Federals having only County Jwhje-W. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. TAYLOll

I is c the full grown moon. There are u number horses with the assistance of the COURT. Clerk Jolm Vinzant, .1'r., Lake City. COUNTY
; of residences embowered amid Chief Justice.-E. M.\ Randall, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. County Jirlyc-1V. H. Parker, Perry.
A pretty ::< men, to drag away two guns from their :.1.t ssociuEe.Irutice-J.1Vestcott, j r., Tallahassee. A tsxrssm' of 7h.rclII.. \\'. Rivers:Lake City. Sherijr Thomas Ostecn I Perry.

kr wascon,1 shade and orange trees that stood the beautiful, slightly elevated position! in the Collector of Taxes-.1. L. Parish: Luke City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perry.

I by'( severe test of last winter, telling that this thick black jacks. Two of these historical A l ssocittc.lustire-1t.11. Van Valkenburgh, Sitjierinlendent oftichool.i-JuliusPotsdamer:'! : Superintendent/ of Schools-T. J.) Franklin: ,

-, neighborhood ran grow the golden fruit. guns tell into the hands of these! raw troops, Jacksonville.Clerk : Lake City. Perry. Treasurer-D. S. Sutton
-O. H. Foster: Tallahassee.CIKCUIT IU'V.M rOUXTY.County County Perry.
( -. Growing in the yards arc n number of rare had the metal of which the
rcnNo that proved County 811"'I'I/Or-D. N. Cox, Perry.Collector .
JUDGES.1'7rst William A. McLean Jack
Jitilyc/ ,
r 1 trees!, shrubs: and( (lowers-the India rubber Confederate soldiers were made: on every sonville. of! liercnucAssessor -
E. Maxwell
1n j 1-1 tree, tho cork tree, from which the bark is battlefield, making most brilliant feat and/ CicuU-Augustus Clerk-Thomas K.: Duck man, Jacksonville.tihrrlff of Tares-S. Peacock, Perry.

taken by sections, the scalped part growingover crowning them with well deserved. laurels for Second Circuit-David: S. Walker, TallahasSCO ]-Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.

,n r I Joe and forming new bark ; the beautiful their gallantry. Asxrsmr' of Ta.rcs-A. J. Prevatt. Jackson County Judge-M. R. Cooper, St. .\lIgustinc. -
pacsuit 'Third Circuit, -10. J. Vann, :Madison.Foiiftk ville. .
in midwinter The
that (lowers
tw"" japonica, Ocean Pond is about one mile to the Circuit Jamiii )r. Baker, Jackson Collector of Jlerenuo/ Moses! J. Brown, Clerk-Uartolo F." Oliverosi[ : Augustine.Sheriff .
t yards: show the taste and handiwork. of Te.f north of the station, on which Messrs.[ Ep- ville. Jawksonville.Superintendent I -Ramon Hernandez, St. Augustine/

t o Jolj f( 1 f fmcd ladies in the pretty (lowers and plants.On ginger it Russell have built a large steam Fifth Ui/'CIft-J.UIIC'8; B. Dawkins, Gaines 1! ( of Schools-Albert J. nu!>- Assessor of Taxes-David I.. Dunham. St.
ville. sell Jacksonville.: Augustine.Collector .
: :
\! I .SV.r//t Circuit-U. Mitchell:: Tampa. HAMILTON COUNTY. / of Joseph F. Llambius,
r the number of trees the streets
': >II great lumber day, shipping it to the S"L'I'IIIIt.'ircuilrl'her Coeke, San ford St. Augustine.Superintendent/ .
; CountiJidte Henry J. Stewart .
fl'. ,}If arc I lined with rows of large oaks, and the seaside, where it is transferred to vessels to '-J. Caldwell- Jasper.ttficrlff' Jasper.ClerL : of! Se/wlll.y-C'( Perpall,
b I
!'f.1t. \ line courthouse and squaro arc densely fill orders. Ocean Pond is about two miles! : Court Cailciidar. / Jttmcn M. Duncan I Jasper.Atucfimr { /St. Augustine. .

hair! \ shaded with large water oaks (that remain round. The business is carried / of Tnjrc, -J. R. Hunter, Ancrum. SfMTEll COUNTY.
across, being FIRT CIR'CIT.14t,1 : .
i I net t clothed throughout tho year with their Collector of RCl'Cllllc-'V. II. 1 H.[ McLcod[ I, 01111I1, Y .1"dye-II[ell ry .Cassidy: << Leesburg.
Rtnsella of good. business /-
the on by Major man Columbia 'IC/'k-Thonla J. Ivey Ll'Cshu'g.SltaiJ.J. : / .
I : grccii leaves, shedding in the spring time, Kosa, Monday:: [ in October. County. / H.
is .
who that
qualities, sees everything kept Syrrintentetttrf.'cbools-Jos1mua I [. ]Roberts : Leesburg.Issr.
noljgivl i the new growth pushing off tho old. Within Walton, 4th Monday in October. Ancrum. ..xor (f 7axes-i.1'.1Vall, \\'cbst'r.
moving. He has tranl-roads: leading out into ,
btt Holmes, :2d Wednesday afterHh Monday: [
: i Collector JevclLue-John
hundred of tho court-house of W. Dyches<
three yards : ,
the woods for several miles'in different directions i in October.Washington. HHKXAXDO( COUNTY. I Lce.sburg.

Hi: In a charming lake, clear and deep. To the that transfer the logs to the pond, iM. Monday. after.ith Monday) ( I County, Judijc-W. L. Frierson, Itrooksville. Sujierinteudcnt>: / of Schools-A. C. Clarke,

i right, skirting! tho town U: another, to the tumbling them into the water where they in October. Sum,'rville.
COTlea" Jackson: :yd Monday[ : after -Itli Monday: in t'/l'I'k-J. C. Law, Urooksvillc.Sheriff .
left )another, and I on the opposite side of the
will indefinite time free from SUWANEE COUNTY.
keep an sun October. -J. 11. Micklcr, Drooksville.Am'Mur .
i hi ati town arc others-why not .'allit Lake City ? cracks or worms:!, until wanted I by the sawyers K.-eambia.: : 1stMonday\ in December.Thys of l\u-es\ -Frank lO.Saxon, Urooksvillc. Count'Judgi! -M. }[. Blackburn, Live

M4i Tlieso lakes have the black bu.'s, pike, Major Russell ha ten miles:! of railroad !- act ainryic\l| section 2 of act of'Pl'1, -v. Oak.
4i 1 fur bream, perch and other fish, and< fast spring : ruary JO, 187jarid[ does not change the Collector/ q//' hcn'enue-I'. ". 1:; [. Townscnd, Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
Ii : Iron and an engine/ that he intends tome :Spring:; \>rm. > Urooksville.: 'JllaUT-Juhn II. Sessions, Live Oak.
tho government\ sent out the German carp, in laying south into Bradford( county, to flllltl CIHCUIT.Sjifiny Saprriateurhsttof Schools-D. Thrasher, tlsscssor of Tares-1V. 11. Sessions: Wei-

li 1 f( t ttttl.' which were taken In charge by Mr.[ Jesse: Fort Call\ on tile Alachua line, for the purpose 7h'IITalor Fort Dade.( born

"j ..' 1' Wood and Mr Mark Cline to raise, and, un of penetrating that fine section of pine : 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday: in JIII.LMIOKOUGH( / COUNTY. Live Collector Oak. of let'clUte-Hobert. F. Allison,

;; wtII instructions of the gov'er11nleutdistrib- : timber, and north of tho mill to the Kuwait April.Madison. ('tmlltyw1JcIf.! L. Crane, Tampa. Superintendent; of Se/wols-J. 0. C. Jones
I [ id:! in ,
: Monday April.
; Front about Clerk Wm. C. Drown .
ute. their fish: pond next year, Tampa.Sheriff Live Oak.
river tho head anti into
; to to
x. ee Georgia
[ in
Hamilton[ -ItlrMoutlay)' April.
it B.I Isaac Craft .
1. ;/ : Tampa.Assesmr
F1 1 east; I they will bo able to furnish:: the country get the timber from that section. The members Suwanee, 1st: Monday:: [ after 4th :Monday: of Taxes-S. 1:. Sparkman, Tampa. VOI.U8IA COUNTY.CbsuityJadgeJautes .

d:r .... I with young l'arp.s Dr. Baldwin is the of Ute! legislature, it seems to me, werea in ,A'ril! Collector of Jtevenuc"-W. F. Iurw'l'aiiiSuprriidenderit / II. Chandler Enter
*t'm an.. benefactor of Duval county so these gentlemen Columbia, 3d Monday:: after 4th Monday of Schuis-W'.1'.1lemidersun: pris '. .
,1 nn \ little hasty giving the State's: valuable in Clerk-John W. Dickin.s,
April. Enterprise.
s (' will be for Columbia, and 1 every person timber lands: away to railroad! companies in Tampa.
a lIt1 0 Lafayette; t Tuesday( after 1th Monday Sluriff-W. A. Cone, Enterprise.)
\ ; wanting carp will bocheerfully'supplicd.The such largo quantities as 10,1)00) ) and 20,000) in April. JCFFCKSOX. Assessor of 7 xc8-John Anderson, Enter- r,
tor fruits are varied and numerous, there acre to the mile, when individuals[ buy the Fall 1i'rm- CountiJmlijc" J. U. Christie, Monticello.ftherij prise.! ai
i 1 lands, pay for them and at their own private Taylor, 1st Tuesday! after hot Monday in ())'-". I Simkins/ Monticello.Clerk ) Collector of Rct'cnllc-Jolm ll. Jordan, De-
i t. are grown oranges, quinces peaches:!, plums expense! /find it profitable to build time October.Madison. -\\'. U, Bird, Monticello. Land

yI l! Japan: plums, Japan persimmons, LeContc standard-gauge mad with: heavy engines and '!Monday:: in October. Superintendent a/' Schools-W. R. Taylor, Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,
z cars, to move this timber to their :Monticello.County: [ ,
i pears pomegranates, )pecan nuts, black and away Hamilton, 4th Monday: in October. Enterprise.!
a9t mills cut it into lumber nllI' .' er-1V. )1. Girardeau Mon
transfer it ,
up Monday after 4th :: [ WAKULLA
i f white walnuts, almonds: all the berries except'tlic I Suwannee, 1st Monday COUNTY.Countif .
t IJt.; I to shipping. It seems they were a little t ticello.Collector.
.,' !' raspberry i tho strawberry ripeningin in October. Judge-W. A. Giles, Crawfordville.
h ; ; hasty when all this can be done and put Columbia, :M Monday after 4th Monday[ in of :1.t'ellllf'-JoS\'ph -
8hfrW'-W. 11. Walker
; February and March and bearing abundantly money in the pockets' of the men engaged. October. tiedlo.AsuesMr. Crawfordville.
in it. CHARM MIMM*. of Taxes-J. 1'. Grant ham, Wan- Cle/'k-Xat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
t4hat' : the! fruit delicious. Lafayette, lith Tuesday after 4th Monday Superintendent of Schools W. '1' Duval
I, 'I: liesides tho ginning! establishment of - -- -, __ .__ ____ 'm in October. keenah. LAFAYETTE.: COUNTY. Cr.l w forthiIl'\ ,

: .Mcs TI!. Thompson it Hart, Mr. Alex lliget J. II. PKESCOTT.Style \ FOUKTH CIUCUIT.Sjiriiitj County Treasurer-W. W. Walker, Craw-
it Y(1, Term Countii, Judge" J. Dixon, New Troy. I'ord'ville.\
fat", low and tho Messrs. Clino Brothers have $t. John's. iM Tuesday: i in March. Sheriff( Thomas J. Walker, New Troy: Cullecto'f 1lccenice-11iII.lValkerCraw-,
"d): iJ largo gin-houses! :: where tho seed! is separated. Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howcll Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.Assessor.

\ { from tho cotton. Fit, H rill If 01'11, lilt Tuesday in April. Superintendent of Sclwollf-J.C.n..nsl'y. ,. New of Tares-C.! R. Reynolds, Craw

r7ta J : Going cost, about four or five miles from llaker, Tuesday in \ Troy.Countu. ford villc.
t Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April.Itval,1st 7h'rMu/'er-J.. N. Peacock, New --
lake City, is Roberts', steam sawmill shipping y Comfort -
1 Tuesday in May. Troy. G. ..'. AVERY
r f tho lumber to the Atlantic ports. Near Fall 7'crm- Collector RI'I'flll/c-Xewton Sapp, NewA'tsessor

1.a 1 t there was Burnett's turpentine still, with a ANIDurability. :St. John's, :2d Tuesday in :September.:: Tro)'. I -
{ al turpentine plantation of eleven thousandacres Clay, 4th Tuesday in September.llradford of 7i.rf's-A. S. Ackley, New [ray.
; 1(1( in October.
A 1st Tuesday LEON COUNTY.Cluumti1Judge1Vui. .
of pine land. Tho trees were boxed, Baker iM in October. AND '
t and once each week hacked and dipped, the Nassau, :Ul Tuesday! in October. '1'. Byrd, Tullaha.'I.. l'e.811I'rijj'A. LIVERY 1
tic Tallahas.'.
t t Inn 'al 1st in November. Moseley CARRIAGES
t1 crude turpentine poured 4nto barrels:: Clerk-U. A. Uryan, Tallahassee. AND WAGONS
r brought on wagons; to the still and there distilled. Firm i-iKciriT. H-rintendent,ll..dlOulll-J Henry I N. Felkel, To and from Steamers and Trains.

jl ) .. Turpentine and rosin are bringing tyring TermSumter Tallahassee.Treasurer: CONTRACTS FOR IIAULItG Errs
: fair :M Monday in :March.: -J. I.. Demilly, Tallahassee.. FOB SALE I
prices now. Marion[ 4th Monday in March. Collector of Cct'eroteC. Pearce Tallahassee. HORSES
+ Twelve miles cost of Lake City is Olustec! Putnam, :3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in : : HUGGIES, IEARN F.4: ; ,

remarkable a watering place for engines!, IIuviiiK largely increased' my Mardi. .A', e...?r of Tiu'e*-(!. A.
1\ a wood stud and a grocery, where the stock of Foot-wear, in both line March.Levy 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in LEVY COl'STV. ,; : rOnlce and Stable First: Street, near

:i thirsty may "Vet up." It takes its name 4th after 4th :: in Broom Street Wharf. 49-tf
iintl Alachua Monday Monday
grade' I am enabled County Jw"eH. Sebring, lironson; ..
I r from tho small stream beyond> to tho cast! :March.: Clerk:-J. M. Harco Itronson. -- --- -- '-

and whteir has also given the name to the to place before: my customer Fall Tmn- Sheriff }. S. Parker Dronson.Assessor Stoves and Tinware.W. .

11At t rt largest and severest) bottle fought in Florida *" n very large assortment! of Sunlter,1st Monday inOctober. of Tases--Ixmis .Appell' Dronson.
Marion, 3d Monday in October. Collector of Rtt'ellue-J. Ira Gore Cedar P. ,NTREETY,
during the late war. Both armies lot severely Hoot, and Shoe' made by the Putnam. :3d Tuesday l in November. Key.Superlntemleiit. ,

:- the field being hotly contested from most competent and Nitiliedworkmen. Levy, 4th Tuesday in November. of Schools-J, B. Menden- Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,

s ,, one extreme of the lino of battle to the Alachua, 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall Dronson.
These Goods, November. ,
other I cunnot go into a detail of the history were CIRCUIT.Spriny MADIhOX ttUXTY.
,' In" at this time, but will mention! the gallantry purchased for C'ASII, and are Term- County Judge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madison.

.f: and spirit displayed. by two companies only exchanged for the Name Orange, 4th Monday in January. '
"" .. raised about Volusia, 31 Monday in February.Itrevard Sheriff S. M. Hankjns, Madison.
r one Orange Spring, Marion Thin
commodity. will
-1' be deemed Clerk John M.
.'. 1st Monday in :March.Dade : Hcggs,
vtr\;:; s Putnam and Alachna counties!, by in Superintendent of &hool-I':. S. Tyner,
: 3d
.1 l u pleasure after seeing, examining Monday April.
Captain John W. IVursou, and the other in Fall Term- Madison..
Madison and Hamilton counties! commanded and learning at whatextremely Orange, Monday:: in August.Volusia : County Treaurtr-S. S. Smith, Madison

by Captain James Tucker. now a low price these' 2.1 Monday[ in i September.Hrevard Collector, of Rf"enUI.:: H. Warring Madison .
I 4th Monday in September.Dade .
J: resident of Jefferson county.. These com.t floods are offered ) :2d.! Monday in November.Comity Assessor of Tmes-U.: I). Wa !sworth, :Mad:
the extreme right of the ison. *
I, t parries were on ;tr- fly stock or CIITMJH.VNri'll.MSIIl.VU : : -
line ; in the progress of tho fight it brought MiNATCE COCSTY.
Olllcers.ALAOIirV "
CiOODS is worthy County J""ge-Z. ''. Crawford, Manatee.. cj Ktti.l
them in front a four-gun batterythesame .
: OOVNTV.innty 'Iuk-Hobert. S. Griffith Manatee.
steel guns commanded by General the attention of those desiring; <\ Jml<-Jiiniiw C. Gardner Gainesville. Sheriff .\. Watson., Hue Level.

Bragg;: in tho Mexican' war that bear a hl$. line fioodi.frOrders. \ ...bltl'IIMlr of TIl.rtl-t J. Tyler Uradentown
Ckrt-J.. Carlisle Gainesville.iff \ Collector cf Jierenue Marion G. Carl ton STOVES"IIEATER:
," -' toricul record as making the tttrning-point ,; left to my selectionwill Poiuuh.bujierintendifnt. $, RAKQERS.
the battle of Buena Vista when the John W. Turner Gainesville TIN AND SHEET-IRON WAItE,
; In ; receive careful and promptattention. AeM, >r of tire.-4ietrge \\'. Hawthorne, of. School*-Felix J. Seward,
r battle hung on a. pivot General Taylor rode Hawthorne.Wcrtur Pine Level ROOFING AND GUTTERING,

.r up to Captain Bragg and ordered A little of 1lerruttc-fi,1'.Thomas: Gaines MIKION \'WlTNTV. PUMPS, DRIVEN: WELLS: ,' ETC.

i moregrape, tllr.'\ 'Those companies were J H. PRESCOTT, ville.tfiirinttnilrut. \mnty Judge Samuel 1"'. -Manual, Ocala. A large stock Stoves
t on Jwind. Give mea
I. e f .*.Aool.thl"u:: ('krk-RHh.'rt
.' their first battle and the I 4-3m llull.iek. Ovala. call, and of
novices, tits being f'erimudiua. I'lu. Gainesville. compare in v )prices with those
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t i ", Sheriff Crutchtivld[ ( 'ala. other housys, 'ht-ru or'tUcwLerv,

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l"OSSllltrITnS IN TlIl: conxl"IJnlJ. If fi.h, however, be applied without any Ito: ; :$::;a-() PER BAY ,1SSSa: AA NN NN minim ooo imuim NN NN sssss
" agent being used fixer, the ammonia
: as a
/ ,-i" ANNV NN1111 UB 00000 llll Hit NNN NN SS
weeks I have seen such nn as formed, from volatile nature whlIlntho 555 S .AA AA NN N NN UB! HII! 00; 00 Hit i irvKT NXS,<;S

Within{ 0 cornlil'1dil few hl ('rops 111 the carbonate form, will, very possibly, he UAS1I.Y: UK :MAPK J by using the SSSS! .4 AA AA NN N NX HHUII! 00 oomum NN N NN ssss.qi
of expended with the first Hut, under
extent Ne crop. CAN 00 ]HIt HIt NN 11'NN HSH
f w Jersey liS t to !o-lIr ,I IVICTC !" : AAAAAA NN NNN UB UB on
n circunlstanceseren
southern I"1"v<>rjng with some of the any injudu'iouscomposting !55 AA AA NN NN lilt UB 00000 HIt ]Hit NN NN S.9SSSSy
prise nuts. the phosphate' of lime contained 000 lilt HIt NN NN HSSSS
hcli'llif ltdlt'l NX XN l1BBIIB
sev'lIt.hll ; AAA
( l in :
owel':4 nfcrclislthe the bones: of the fishes will last for
of their csti-
I corn 1 : maximum f'l''ernlml: ; so, also, will much of the nutritive
InislicN i named > R.
IflIIC hun.lre and
111;Iat most of the mineral I portions of
lble? the itloa'ltn'1
') they hoot Vinotiv lie[ ('arlllbaotcl: which may he used.< 09.'Til { will ']declare an Ilbsllrl!-
hundred J'ollr lIioulHI pounds ot fish would! yield,

1 its 1VIriItllltttthestkiing of that IdunettI: on decomposition, upwards of hundred I 'lal, .t1TGEU ,\NI KO('Kiii -
has been I
\ d'Ill; > pounds ammonia t the which, when added
oftener chiimed, than nccomli to lIitrog"l'lIolli'llllldothcr matters to be found Wholesale and Retail Houses.

1Ij li hlil I and that the methods of estimating i i lilt the earthy bases comprised in such composts nOIUX :U\IIIXI.ln': : .

.. ciiployed, arc not always biitliciently nccu- l would" if planter or pulverized charcoal a
rite to establish the facts had been U C'IIII'4 a fixer of the volatile

v, party! of gentlemen interested Iii thissubjectUrs. principles, prove to be ample to fertilize anacre ,
I' i !.'. M. liexamer and A. II. Le- I of the I We it.
i, of land and prepare it to go through a any part country. mean .. ,
C. V. Mapes Henry Stewart I -- ----------- -,-------- -
;1 faux, ytessrs( rotation of four or live years: duration productively ind a'rc (prepared to demonstrate the fact.
RIIII, the writcr-latclv 1I1 pectl'lh(1 crop on \ and ''llhh' at tie end of "
; cither :Man( Horse
Island and made texts They are operated by ; : or
Farm, Long .
" rural which ti'mc the soil would 1 be greatly better -
scale ami notehook.Vc ) :Steam Power, and 1III'o'er! rapid. They 'I
with than it was at the commencement, provided
". \ selected five representIIIRabout clover or grass had entered I into the rotation range/ in Size from T1IKKK: I INCH TO1}
in various portions of the field,
e and followed wheat after corn. KKnT IX IH.'Inl'lm1111: : will bore to
and weighed corn aecnr.itely,
: We have: no analyses of fish to enable ns
1l11l1.qhell11 seventy pounds of cars, whih I to Mate in detail what: are its constituent elements
I'-ivc ] of shelled) The \
( ftv-ci ght pounds corn. quantitatively andfii.ilitatively blltwe
) ;
corn froiii each stook weighed respectively:; know that it consists ol| bones and gelatine AXY It I/p1111tEI: ) a/141''I'11l

11,139,101,110:? :! and 114 pounds ;; total, MSnounds' oil,, animal and] other matter-that the FLOUR GRITS MEAL CORN
h nn average of 117.U pounds. As-:;
\ l'OlIl'4/1re
sorter than those of land animals! ,
these to be a fair the si\ty-
Miming and will
more readily decompose:; and give
t two stouk in the plot nave n yiehl nri.I.2: : out their phosphate) lime to the plants They will bore successfully! and snlisfaeto-

)noiimls or a liltle over Jot bushels of seventyDOiiiuLs And] we know from analogy that the animal rily 111 all kinds of Earth, Soft :Sand: and

'. each My( measurement of tinirround matter must 1 be, very similar in constitution Limestone, Ilitumiiioiis Stone CIII.:! Slate, .
was 1::0 by 310 feet cinal| to ai.:. >"0 1
to the tle-h! of thoox and other LanHuiI.ll'rs'
Hard 1'an (Oravel Serpentine
feet, or n tri'lle over HTi-lm) of an acre.
sntiare terrestrial animals, and such is the
us case,
L tcndingthe calculation we have the rx- and Conglomerate' hock, and guaranteed /
that it I Nju-tas intrinsically: valuable ma HAY OATS FEED: AND BRAN
tnionliiiary yield of V22: : bushels acre to of Wells in ,
per nureNow, then, it I is our purpose to show make the very best Quick '

The variety was lllonnt's Prolific white of what the organic parts of the latter con Sand.: They are light-running! simple in
dent usually: eight-rowed, ears of medium silts:; so as to anive at the value, relativelyof
durable and
size and length about like the ordinaryci"litrowcd the former. Twenty-five percent, of the construction: easily operated ,

: yellow. The stalks weir large: bulk of fish, independent of its bones and, u('knowledged as! the best and mot practical
anti averaged,! about ten feet in length. The fat is SLu'liineextant. cmlorsed
composed of (ibritie, a substance idc'i- They are some
great yield is not due to the Size of t the ear tk! lll with tlo.hAcenrtlimig *
(but to the number on a stalk ; I t found some I of (the. highest State Officials. We contract the and Car Load.
to (hay l.ussac and Thcnard); By Cargo
with three good ears and a nuoijiu onaim too) parts of fihrill arc composed, of carbon for prospecting for

those stalks with more than that number 5Ul; !;, hydrogen; 7.021? oxygen IlMiSo, and ','
]had been removed for seed, to the extent of nitrogen l 19,9il.lecurding! !>: .
three bushels of shelled corn, which, addedto : to :Mulder's analysis, fibrine I COAL, ((50LD :SILVKK; COAL OIL,, ".
the above increases the to J'i bushels
yield consists KM( ) of
in parts carbon MJlfi.(; nitrogen
per acre. AND AM. KINDS III' :hslmlJol.1 .' '.
I.rv72, hydrogen; 11.(11>, oxygen, phosphorus : -

of With interest this to remarkable k'now 110It yield before: us, it is and !sulphur '!M.) ,. I, AM THUS KKAltLKI: ) TO :HULL: TO. :fMV"-'V: ,, \':,;;, ,":' -.
was obtained ,
So, let us take cither of these analyses and ; } ':, ", \, "
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and] whether, with the Mime variety, culture q'.I!:' 'I > ; '
and treatment others call achieve the tame the conclusion is iriTMstibly; fixed upon' the Also: for sinking Artesian Wells and l'nalShnt'ts ] ., ; .,' ... t
mind, that I formed of fish
a l'OllliUI1-t in the
results. cte. Wo also furnish Engines, lloil- ,
way we have proposed, would. not r
The field, Mr. Carman tells us, had<< been only alll'X'cllelll. quick acting immure prove, )but ers, Wind-Mills.: Hydraulic' Hams, Horserowers. I

in meadow and pasture for seven years, and that its effects would tell for Urick Machines Portable
many, nulrtyyears Miniug'I'uols: -
had received manure in that time.I The We DEALERS, FAMILIES: EVERYBODY
believe lint when its
gelatinous Hock Drills ami : of
soil is a sandy loam, so prevalent on Long; matters come to be taken into the account it. Forges, Machinery ,

Island ; was plowed in early winter ; in will be found as rich in the elements of ammonia all kinds.j '"

spring' harrowed and rolled ; "corn manure or nearly so, as guano ; then why .r.,(1001) active Agents! wanted I in every
at the rate of 309
pounds per acre should it not of t
prove IL manure grl'nt'ILIIIC? country in the world.
was applied broadcast to the last
: previous :
should! be
Why neglected those
; by : owning -
The seed AddressWSTKRX
harrowing ) twelve
to Jibbing
? I
drills '
fifteen inches in -A'I'
apart or rows about such shores submit to -
extnrtionnteprices, .
inches four feet high apart.it received When the another corn was several of and light weight; in guano when their own : MlCimEKY( : Snl'lIIII'OT\ ) : ,
waters are filled with guana in the form of
the same commercial fertilizer at the rate of fish. 511 Walnut Street, .

one hundred pounds per acre, and when two Of (the comparative value of .
feet high: another of "potato manure" at thus compost SAINT LOUIS :MISSOURI, U 5..1.
composted, we no hesitation
the with same the rate.cultivator The crop and was hoed worked twice saying that one load will go as far as: would rte State in what I'lIper'lHl saw: this. VERY LOWEST PRICESTHK

twice .inhl two of either stable or barnyard manure.. /
kept level, no hilling allowed. The culture! ---- -------
it will be seen, was not expensive. The three

hundred PU\II\lscorn] manure, at$10 per ton, I SILKWORM CULTURE. Q 50opcREb UNDr CUtTiVAllO'fIN ..

cost $7.a; ; the one hundred pounds potato >.,'t. A"i'c/io/M, that best of all magazines

manure, at $13 per ton, cost $2.40 ; a total of young people published by the Century

$Oi3 per acre, or eight cents per bushel. Company, New York, favors us in its August SEND. -
Now let each farmer take his pl'lIcilanc1 issue; with a In'ntlollofjl: ( Nellie Kossitcr t SEEDS
estimate the cost of this crop based on the a girl of fourteen who received the Pennsylvania AT4l J nEN 4( r Byt 1 1'IIItMO IH COUDIALLY INVITKI) TO KXAMINK. : MY. HTOCK OF
value of labor in his
own and
locality, sec Agricultural: !l'oeiety'sdiplonua for her IAll,
whether such results arc worth an experimental success in the culture of silk, adding the'fol

trial on his rounds, What i is theIt'crago lowing written by her concerning; silk culture : DJ.\VID.I.A m "=''TH p' !). PJ If.A.

yield per acre? I have no statistics : -- _h_._
on hand) giving: the yield in When ----- --
average I
per acre first started I had) about three -- -
New York or New Jersey, but Illinois is one hundred
of the worms which I 'procured througha It 1411': ; .\ ltd>. GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
great corn
states of
inter the friend of my father's. In a few days I $1 000
Union and I find
agricultural report.for shall probably possess one hundred thous ,

ISiS the average yield per acre, reported and. I have made three l hundred dollars My son, J. J. IIChhnN.1a., was murdered -

1 by counties: varies from seven to forty-nine, this year, and 1 hope to treble that sum III ) by a mob III the town of Leesburg.

4P while the average in the state was twenty- the next twelve months. It requires careful !Slimier'County t t Florida, on the I morning I I flf

+' nine bushels. The yearly average from 1800; watching to keep (the worms in good health. the 15th' of July la-.t. I will )pay reward,
to 1873 varied from eighteen: to forty bushels: They require) constantli'ednrgandsotrtchuw' of ONE THOUSAND( J POM.AIW) for the I MAin: A Hl'KCIALTY OF) SUPPLYINd! VESSELS WITH

while the general average for that (period( is they always need attention at four in the arrest of the murderers, with proof to convict

given as thirty-two bushels. morning. They will only eat mulberry I or t h'III.!

I think the general u\'crnglof the Eastern:! oSJ orange leave I have a permit to .1..1 I. D1CK1SON I ) ,

and Middle States is higher than this but not pick those leaves in the park. When I cannot August; 1 I 13:!, 9mTHEMOST
so high as it ought to die, and it'such
excep procure sufficient amount of foliage to t
tional crops as above cited will induce trials feed all the worms 1 to be I hatched
and expect t I STORES and C1L
experiments with NDLEJtY.UIALEIiH
varieties fertilizers
us many eggs) us 1 cannot ]provide for .
or culture that will enable us to equal or at the time. Kggs: thus frozen will live for

even approach such yield, it will go far toward over two months, and, on being restored) to POPULAR

answering the query presented to the a heated room, readily butch. On the other
Connecticut Hoard of Agriculture lust winter hand!, they die unless always in a ALL'EWINC

namely, "Whether the cost of moving of seventy to slxt '.f.f'c '. ('('t'IIII'raturt'

the would corn not crop produce nf tile the West to the seaboard" morning I sold! ten thousand eight I hundred : : ON TJIK LINK OK THK UAILUOAIW: AND THK: UIVKIl CANNOT
same at
crop home. eggs fixed on a card-each card I is .
covered '
-JV. y. Tribune. with little globules the size of pin-hi-ads WONT UNNING 1)0 Iti't1I'llt'ur4N CALL AND BUY! AS I OUAUANTKE TO SELL AS LOW AS

-- -'-- -- for one dollar and seventy-five cents. Had TIm. SAMK: (A>OnS IN TUB. SAME UANTITII S CAN DE BOUGHT IN JACK-
FISH AS A MANURE. I kept them for another fortnight I : -
In reply to some inquiries from a South have sold the little worms for seventy five EVERYTHING: IN' STOCK
Florida cents a hundred ; but then I have thousand THAT.ANY ONK: CAN HKASONAULY; WANT.
correspondent, the Union gives the -;
\ and thousands) of t'grrsM"fjleev, i following, from
compiled reliable son ret* : -

Four thousand: herrings, alewives, or the LOAN AMt FAT 1'ORK.

equivalent of that number in weight, of A recent :
other kinds of fishes, if formed into any English writer insists I that I he

post with twenty double horse-cart loads com:! of coarsest fe<:l and! nursed Berkshire fur three that can uwntlixandahlo be found), if well GROCERIES OE

peat marsh river or pond mud, or wood' to vtsl AIL KINDS.
mold, would the develop jiiu cle III n puMure or st rn,,' yard,
mass, in MX or the
liS ('a.onClltl8 and ,
fight 1 weeks into a body of efficient ferti be tlll'lIl'TOl'erl.)'fed:may
lizing manure. 'brought to a weight of flip/ pounds in eE

The mode of forming the fight or nine months, and in such hogs both 1 1VI4tt .
t would
comjKist It'UIiIUIlI fat will be
of the
be 'lirxt finest quality and
t. it layer of the earth used, when
twelve inches thick ; over this spread a thin say the market.l'rnpl'rl'urNI It command the top of TOBACCO
layer of Holies is claimed that to-day (the AND CIGARS.
sprinkle or sow over the highest price : .
fishes arc |paid for the long'uo-'II
a portion '
of plaster or pulverized) Irish .
hogs or the
charcoal: then earth, and so continue until coarsest quality as judged 51 .
by jwpular showyard standards. 0 y
the is
heap are
of hob sow planter ; over tho last !laver t-unous facts stated I in illustration of thjs! : 51
or t-harcoal. and finish
the heap by, jciint. A noted breeder! sent to the Royal( FT
topping it HIT with twelve inehe
of the earth Agricultural H.K-iety's exhibition two {old 9 5V'I
or nut.'rial used taking care to males: Esyt A Full
one of the fashionable the Stock of
give up the a cone-likw tildes, so us form to turn to the water heap, and dress of pure old Berkshire Stock type The former other $() FURNITURE

loss by the escape of the volatile ulllIl'ren'nt took the premium of course, mid the owner i a ,,-

J-'hdl, u* a manure, N gases. straightway sold him and bred from the 't '.'- (
hupped to IK ., v
a other for
fleeting one. It [is stated by same that it very will commercial purges 'f he mos>t .., 1 y ---- -INCLUDINO-
last famous c caterer of Ix ndon
hut fora > do not buy prize
year or two but
; we believe
lungs' The
that its fancy bacon curere' ul'' avoid
liability o f the
soil U dependent or continued effects in the dumpy and excessively fat and fashionable 10 Chamber Suits Tables
Chairs .
upon{ the and .
with whuli care skill! fctvle, \Wtorexandning the "As I0 ,
f the Smithfield
[Iw iiunagml.: If compost fish, be made from fish may (Club-awards( ,. with a member of a popular EQl1gt. ALWAYSLIFETIME Bureaus .
formed into Rockers 'Whatnots
comIpovt firm of bacon
mudo of alternate layers of either c-urers, said ; "Now we will .,SIN DADE ,
E peat. take you tel U prize
marsh "
mud<< worth ]
or of considering.
remunerated, or other any unbalances of the containing substances Arriving hi book there the man (lr bacon opened{ I 0 IlyeA L7 STv7 Lounges, Th Bedsteads, Mattresses.
note "
and read
|und..unI'O.eoJ) vegetable matter, : TIle wor.t bag:' in j
Irharoul and i* |Jot'flllIHf't1| M or the bhow. His c )Jllp anloll displayed! hi* :
Ifhe annual. |hurt of the ti.h has !become until dctotlll..l..t. own note" and recited : "The worn hug In *
!, alum shoveled the hall. It was an animal that wuull I Tit I': MUST ACCOMMODATING'
over mid :
i plaster he ( fresh have delight the premium IXT1IR, : crrStA..N"SOR \'
addwr. the carbonate of giver of many r ,
I will, by uniting with the ammonia a "h.flf the innxt highly Improved'* J'ov8oJ111aF1t&[

.., the planter, be transformed sulphuric into the add of hogs in this rountry. Imnrnvii "'within ? o. ". ,
an indi of their
ammonia llmf
and, as Itrgtetr,
Mich be .
a (( 30
jIllJtaratiHly I SQ.NEW YORK
and remain ,
to be .uh
lut-mly avte.1 ux.u| and taken I bv' the FOB HAM CHICAGOILL. : : '"
rooU of the up I IIOUMK
!isrowiris: plant, to which it will AMMIItAULK OONTAIVI.Vd ] F'S
gradually give eu1t lien of nutriment-ami Closets, front Piazza tD ORANGE MASS ,
thins wih!: iu large, Yanl. Orange Lemon
mrlioratingaction be prolong and Itanana ..E-:.} 'rJ
tkroiuli Trtr4t Centrally IrJCatt>d, :
| M-veiul i-ror, amiring each looU title, ttc. ,
highly h.nrlnctiveyklsl I ., year For further particulars, Inquire at this II.'V. :t:,.: .
olbw. j I.J''I.4:
I 1! as 25 Whitehall. ) ;$., AtUnta: ti... Second; ; Street, l"I RNANDIN.tt

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< / TH FLORIDA MIRROR, A LAttan VLSfiKI WIUWl lW. others living near by to check the fire, but Xew Advertisements.A Ill Justice's!' !' C'onrt. 6

t" without result The building together with OF FLORIDA.
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yC ::: == = =: STATE
X.OO A r/-.w; '1.00 POI SIX .'IOXTILS.HcJlecttomis TItF. n.RKLJlf U ARIIOKK POL'TIJ OF TilE n.\tt- some lumber was entirely consumed. in i\ FAMILY NCIIOOI ON Till] t COUNTY OFNASSAI:' 1I

I .,.. -- A TOTAL LI)''ITnr.l'nJtW'r.f). short time. The property was for ST. JOHN'S. To Jama Oirrollitni are! hereby n,,
--- -- -- --- -- --- ----- managed I tided
that a writ of attachment
Th American bark Alllinal'aptnln{ :\ those interested! bv Mcs rs. W. B. C. Duryet ISlI\Cll! against 811(1! has been

., ison, wa wrecked: the south breakers onThursday I! and (Fretl W. H J1I<.yt, of this city, amid ;vas!' riMIi: ST. JOHN'S( FAMILY[ SCHOOL, i, lathed, to satisfy I i! :you lime demand: your of}}011'I ropl'J'I\'is at
returned JL east side of the St. John's River: nt 'I
t' 'o. Mr. William Lawtey and family., night last The Albimi was! n New insured for $:.">,OUO. III the ino!>It attractive places upon the river one i ulUountinjt to $1I(; .'iO. :-.:ow, ulllcI!! v.musiiui)'

this week. i York vessel, and cleared from Navassa!' onSeptember -- will open' October ::;'Ilh, under, t the care and{ appear before \V. .t. rllholly ,1U'li.c of
About half of the Florida cotton crop }has! 12th for Baltimore with 14tHt of Letter* Instruction of RKV. J. II. MYFIM[ : : and Mla I the IVareinnnd for said Bounty, atiil'! n...*
.. f been harvested guanoin MYKUS.[ : .\ pleasant home and ins nt Callahan, 10'1.on the :3d day: of ]lw-o) 11\\.
/ Remaining In the I'ost- )llleeat rernandi- J thorough
I bulk When three days out she commenced j>cr. 11WI, at 10 o'clock a.m. judgment;
j' The steamship Man Antonio, will sail from leaking. She experienced, easterly na, Nassau county, Fla., Oct. (G. 1881. Persons strmcthomii Address.!: Session n.J.of 32 \\cek". Ii. MYERS.( I': bcrendercd. ngam"tyounnd[ your proitcrtv will

New York on October 10th,, In place, of the railing for these letters must advertised sold. In pay the debt
: winds: and\ bad weather nearly the : say 4rt Florence(', St. John's Co., Fla.
t : .. i I Dated this IMIi day of :September; ,V. l 1))
Cityf"llIM. --- -- -- -- --- -- -- '
j' entire trip, ami\ on :\rOIIl1la't! t, 1SS1.
.W Judge Settle and William Wntkin Hicks during (the heavy northeaster which pre. Alevander.Mrs.Nelly ]feet. Frederck IXSTItU TIO\S IX )).\'t: ( IXO.OX I J. 1IAMITUX JONES W. II. LKP: :,

r are mentioned as aspirants for a position in Burrow"! J. B.Biiley '..land. ( 'apt. 5. Jo:. I Partners doing business: under the linn,
vailed on"/ the coast the first'parl '
l 1 (( 1'.
i. Arthur's Cabinet. I'rol'tM. .1. M. TltisDAY:: } AFTERNOON, at three i I name of Jones I Leo, PlaintilK t
this week, !she sprung a serious leak. She B.Mial.ChnilcvB.xillc I'rod tordt S. October 12th. the underigncdwill _

A dancing school for children will be made considerable! water, and from. the na Willis l,ammmny, Iloagen open a SCHOOL( FOR }DANCIXU(I, for ,, ..'()I: SALE T .

opened at Lyceum Hall on Tuesday!! next tore of the cargo her pumps' soon became Ballnrd. N. F. RawN' :Alex. children nt the Lyceum'" Hall. Instruction I () \It KXCHANGE: : for improved city prop,
nth ('liur .l John
< < I
> HouIlIl.rcl'Icl
Sec advertisement.1 oll will be given every Tuesday and Friday j L i-rty
}I choked. j She; wag headed! for Savannah, but Clarke, Leslie L. Jossner, 'Then alKernoons. !I ,ctoCil'g
has closed. :; OF noon 1uc'llifAMMOCK
J The Mexican n cml'tract
government upon the water gaining fast, and it !becoming D.Migherty.James). tllch, dipt. :Simon: II, ..t "Terms f for a course of 1 12: Lcssous,111. I
for draining; the valley and City of evident to the captain that tho vessel D:>ser,, Mrs Marv Reeves, Capt.) J.Spalchcr. J. MHS. F.I B. LIVINGSTON LAM
Mexico 'for $!JOOOOOO., Davis, Al lev. D. Mrs I M.Stephen' | on this Island' ; fifteen acres under culiivi! \,
Miss .
I.u'! could not reach that port he squared away1'for HUH'1Ils LouisaDnarc !", Lewis Mrs.SiinimSrs.Mr'i. H. BALTXELL, I lion. For information, apply' toF.
John's School conducted 1 I
The St. Family Tewhcrs,
Fernandinn, hoping that the high spring W. Maixh :; Temnv C. HtTHlmn/

by Rev. J, II. Myers!., on the St. Johni river, tides! would permit him to enter this port. 1 Floyd, Charles! A. Shim hmCI1"on, n, It. _Miss__!! .ANNIE____ _TUCKER n;_ n,_ Pianist_____10 37 Mansion House

li will open October 23tli. I'orlt.rrs.: Emma Stone, Adna N.' .
At three o'clock on Thursday she was beating ST. .IIAKY'S IIKJII S( IIOOI.. --- -- -- --- -- --- ----- -- -
fr Democratic State Con Flennny. Clms. C. Ham.IlInllllrr! Groceries
The Massachusetts and
off the bar, and, the captain says he Golden: Molly Shale/ James! : :ST.:: MAILS, GEORGIA.: _. Provisions.ii. .
--- --
}has nominated the Hon. C. P. -
ventlon but there Greer, John Smith )Dan M.:\
hoisted the Hag for a pilot, was no : ,
Thompson, of Gloucester, for Governor.' Green, L. Saunders! \\'. M. TIm: EXERCISES: : : (OF) THIS SCHOOL i:. I)OTTI:IU-aC; ,
buat to be At 7:10 the
pilot- seen. : p. m Yes-
The grand jury for the District of Columbia Hoimes.Cant.Charles Sallet. Henry be resumed, the first Monday in
11.k sel came to an anchor in seven fathoms of Knowles, Joseph P. Thomas. Columbus September, 18SI. Thorough preparation of riERNANDINA: FLORIDA; ,
found bill against Guiteau for
has true !
a water, with ten feet of water in her hold. Mengail, Bartolomc Thompson. Mrs. L. F. BOYS and GIRLS for the best Colleges in
the murder of the late President Garfield. Georgia guaranteed.For 1. DItALEItIN: :
ci The heavy northeast wind prevailing and the Jordan Thompson, J. J.
( .. Snow fell in Vermont on Wednesday last, Moore, Miss Ella Tjivlor, Miss! Anic4MtClough Circular, address!
heavyset!' soon drifted her, On the!loutll break Flue
}V, WRIGHT Family Grocerle'nAND
and in several parts of New England: the Milncr, Frank A. Williams!' T. M.Whitmorc. 1. ,
( i tic ers. A portion of the cargo was thrown over- :Mixer, F. M.:\ :\\IN!. '1'. I.. 40 Principal.HEADQUARTERS .
thermometer below the freezing point. .
hitr was board, in the hope of lightening the vessel, Mason, Julia White, Sandy L. ---------- -- ------ 5-
The City of Dallas arrived here from New Luc-ilia Williams S.'llcnrvWhite FOROEWINC1
but it soon became evident that she would PROVISIONS.
t York on Thursday morning at 7 o'clock John.SVM'I. : MACIIIXKS, OILS
I8 become a wreck and the crew took to the ,
) with a full freight and largo list. T. HWJr.LL' J P. M.
\ passenger boats, remaining under the lee of the bark NiKti.Ks: :: ATT\CIIMKNTS: AMI PAUTS.
'. The,delegation of the French governmentto The i is the list THE HOUSEHOLD NEW HOME.DOMESTIC.
until about noon yesterday, when they were following of letters remaining .
al w the Yorktown Centennial arrived New in the post-oftice at Callahan, Octo WEED), SINGER[ Customers can rely upon getting CHOICK
picked by the pilot boat Jennie Lind/ ,
by York on the Steamship Canada orr Wednes up her 1,1881 : CHICAGO SINGER: Eic.
Captain Bell, and brought to this part' Jonah Bates, Nelson Crumlin GOODS, asNOTHING
day. Every lady should examine into the merits -
{ .
rct When the vessel struck she was drawing 231 Col. Hull, A. Roh!'on. of the quiet} Ii ht'rllnllill "HomKiioLii", ;
W. Aldrich elected United
N Nelson was feet! of water. It is: not known whether W. R. Crawford, George Brouse, lefore purchasing a Sewing Machine BUT TIm: FINEST
i Senator by the Rhode Island legislature, on Thomas! Rush Wm. Newson, Rulllers. Hemmers. Tuckers'fnck! FolTlers BRANDS
there is insurance!' on \esscl! or
the 5th inst., to succeed the late General any cargo. Collins Green, .1. 1). WilIK Lace and Fan Attachments! ; Otis' Plaiters / -
tI'J Bursidc. Only about half time effects of the crew were Afred Taylor, II. M.:\ Ijinar. : Young'Andrews'/ and :Magic: in
saved. The vessel lies about, two miles JOHN-; O'DoxAU) : J Postmaster.ltatic Plaiters ; Tl'ldn'hl'C'ls.. Tape( are kept stock. .

r I ,p tat It i is reported thnt Germany hns completedIts from the beach due east from the main Measures!, Machine'' Belts. I ---0.---------

underground telegraph system, and has of Thermometer/ Bias Cutters; Wheeler it Wilson t
light-house. \ large number 01'p'oplo
h' : cities and buried Foil TIII: WISER : Glasses. Biush m Pads, Bobbins! and I This spare reserved! for
connected 221 towns by IM.VO FKIDVY, ocronrnIl0imy'l i.
: .r drove to tho beach yesterday to \icw the HKCU: sFOIlI.: Wrenches : Shuttles: Bobbins, Needles, I

t ,II, !) ;. wires mid cables.A wreck .\ portion of I the upper works of the ---------- .. ---- -. -- Thread Cutters, Check and Feed. Springs etc..2CAgent .\. it. \ovis.:

If, strong northeast+ gale prevailed here bark came ashore! during the day. : ;: ;-: for Itiitterick A C'o's I
1 I I In during'Wednesday, and I. .1' a' \ViolS 1 Patterns and Publications. Send jour ad- Grocer mill
afternoon nil (
day Ship Chandler
r h' The Allilufi was 801 tons register and was ':'1 lres! for Catalogues and Metropolitim:\ ; I-'aoh-:
j y f 'fhurila! :,'. At 7 clock Wednesday night owned in New York.Important ion Sheets-free. 0

I 111n cautionary signals, were ordered up by: the ---. -- --- ;aturday.;, .:== I 1 O S3 I fI\:\ S2 :51 K: E.: H !-:COFJJ.r.Ul.GIII : FERNAND1NA, FLA.SCIIOOL .

,1 .( z chief signal ofllcer. to Truck rarmrra.Mr. :Sunday ................. iH: S3:! fI:1:l sh I 1:. : 81 W. Bay Jacksonville.. Fla.

hi'sh' '. \.. :\.rOI\lIa.y ............... S1 t+J 81 I :I I"C.: ------ --- ...
A telegram received by Underwriter hells: : I.n. Papy. General Freight Agent ofthe 1 ucwlay ......... ...... 1'>00.:1/ : 81 I I':: SI;, -- -

Ilk;? of Jacksonville, from St, Augustine! states I 1'lorhd.t'fransit Railroad: has, been in l.II1Is.lay.. ............ S1 l'ili; 1'41 S:: : K, : BOOKS

Unit Uic> biLj Jf' t'land, which I cleared. from m correspondence' with a large: lil'lor fruit and h.IIrlI1a ........ ...... 78);JI') 7$ ii!. ii I Nl I,:. S !
gl I'riday I ... ..... ... tO Sm 78 NR,
J It tills; Pmt for Ivr1''' Amboy, N. Joi, ;|) the l ht vegetable packers, which) ; correspondence indicates .:::: .: : ._

i CQ in st., is ashore on Bird i:!1I111.! that they will locate at sontu\ p.}}jjit/ IUN'I:. LARGEST: STOCK IN Tim I STATE: ATA&HMEAD

'll, on (the Transit Railroad.: That it will bo a
: The public debt was diminished by $12-
I: 1 good tli\'f! fur' the vegetable growers: of Purlcf Ft,rerinintUnu! !! ,
!p-)0,0ty:) !in the plinth of September: and by OTHERS
I"l'" f,i ( Florida: there U no gtlesthonUS they state !MIMf!: w'VTKn: ,

,'; $37,000,000) ) in the first quaiter of the current that they will require from one hundred and( Saturday, Oct. 5...... 8:10: ) .\. M. $::17 r. M.
it '. fiscal: year That is: at tho rate of nearly Sumlay, !9....., D.O.J; :; 1)1"):
tl'i $150.000,000 a year, which Indicates! that fifty to two hundred. hands, mostly women.In Monday:\ 10..... 0.4.: 10:0: 21 West Hay Street, JACKSOXVILLE( :, FL.U'hoI'sal .\.,

i t I. : safely bo'rcduced $100,000,000( a their last letter to Mr. Papy. they. say we Tuesday: 11 ......10:212 : -) 1O1'J'l'lhlelillay : ,.

t,, lit,r : taxes may want the farmers! to raise the vegetables; for \\ ;!,.....11:11": 11m":: (
und Retail Publishers Itooltsellerw Stalioiiei-N and
) .. year. ......00 00)() 041:01 ( ,
;; ,y. :' tat and we wish to contract) : for l."iO acres of Thursday! ; : "
Friday, 14..07". :::! lN):.r).> "
The Internal Revenue Dealer in Toys News and Fancy Articles
sat;;ar.eormi,100 acres of tomatoes..r: acres!: ofpeas ,
;If I' eaI : (' out on Tuesday the largest number of stamps 20( of lima beans and shall require .
.. !, acres! ENTERED.Oct. Printing and IUncllll .
been in ; Killing ;:
I'i 8rF ... '' tver known to have shipped! one } nil kinds of vegetables Wo' wl Uli also 1-S. P. )David Clark, Ward. :Savau-
hundred and twenty-five mail
: I\t day, One to contract for fruits and nystrs": Theircorfl'sOIH1'tlcc nah' --
F .
fl. II pouches were sent olf, containing over thirteen "-Br. bark Royal Tar, Feikin, Buenos .
I, rI \ indicates business, and this! AND BLANK for Houses Railroads and!
of a face \vrcs.h Counting; : Steamboats
': million\ PI f revenue stamps will make a market( at home for 'M. Nevins W. C. Wicks BLANKS y
; large quantities : 4-Sch. C. .
f to order. LAW BLANKS for lawyers and Justices of the Peace.
I Inn1 value of $! S'JlOOO.\
of vegetables that otherwise would seek Charleston.:: t
$ h Point Creaser Charles taken to all and at Publication
f. .. The Macon Telegraph saw, on Saturdaylast I distant parts. 5-S. City Subscriptions Papers Magazines prices.

,i ,Qf f the largest boiler ever made in that sec Substitute for lilaclc Walnut II 0-S. ton.S. City of Dallas!, Risk, New '' ?('nt1li/r our Catalogue and Price Ltats. Send for anything in our line, and you can

,If .:Cs t" lion Its capacity was eighty-five horse- ''arkliarkentine111n.1I.1)ktz. gel it. Orders by mail promptly attended to.We .
of l Mr. F. 1). Whiting, who is well known to
,; >" Collins
.... power,J\Jltllt measured eighteen feet in length tho citizens of this community and along St. Thomas. have recently: published : Index to the Decision or the Supreme

"J' r by live feet in diameter, with a smokestack tho St. :Marys river as an experienced! mill- .. "-S. p. David Clark, Ward, Savaunab. Court ol' Florida By R. M. Call. )'aprr-price $3. Two Years Abaft the

(s!!.j. .!. ., sixty feet long. It was manufactured Ma- man, writes The Mirror. from Boston! the following Mat. lly F. Jordan Paper, 75 cents; cloth, $1. Orange Insects", (Illustrated).
Drew of Florida, and
... cur for .
.: t I letter the black CLF.RFIJ.Oct. : of the above Books mailed to address of
I\ suggesting : gum of Paper, $1.11) any on receipt price.
I: I was on its way to hit extensive saw-mill in 1-:S.: 1'. David Clark, Ward, :Savan;
I'y this State.' the South as a substitute for black walnut. nah. ..\SlnlJ .\)) RKOTIIEllK,

J. f.JM i t )Ir. Whiting is now in Boston, and has ,. "-Brig J. How laud, Catharine, Perth 42-ly JACKSONVILLE) FLA.
to tho Milwaukee[\ liejwWfcm
iva { _, A special dispatch made careful Inquiry in regard: to tho matter A III lioII \'.

}' rt of dated: WllItolllWis.., October 1, from prominent furniture manufacturers : 0-S. 1'. J David Clark, Ward, Savan

W ,.". says: A terrible' tornado swept the valley To the, Kill'or' ( nf the .Mr: 7-$. nah.s. city of Dallas Risk, New S. B. HUBBARD & CO. ,

it, f1 r a short distance west! of this town on Thursday BOSTON, MASS., September 27, 18S1, Yorft.

!":.t 1't ,-completely devastating! n place eighty/ There seems to bo great alarm among; furniture "-s. 1'. City Point, Creamer! Charles- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA,
ht roils wldo and. five or .six miles in length. manufacturers over the disappearance ton.
k iiitc > of black walnut.: It was once very ': AND' I RETAIL: DEALERS IX' .
and is TOUT. 11TIiOLhSA1.1{
houses! barns, out-buildings one
li1 E Eli : Many plentiful all the \\\oI<'fIlIll\lI'H nUim west.
: l' 1 grist: mill were demolished, and about u ern states and in Canada: and was extensively Bark Ruth Topping Truit.Barkeutinc 1 Hardware, Stores, Doors, Sash, ISIIuds", Paints, Oils.",

1, lf dozen were seriously injured, but used Err fuel and fencing It is now Ma"cotte! Bulkley, fil'o! tons.
ofI .. persons difilcult to obtain except nt very high! priers Brig I''uI.: Johnson, D.iaiu\ :2M I tons. ;PUMPS.: ) LEAD AND IRON PIPE.; SUGAR MILLS. RUBBER AND LEATHER:
11 J ( none were killed outright., The damage to The Toronto Gl'jbe thinks the be.t substi- Brig Laura. :lJlttfcflII.i Ions BELTING. STEAM AND GAS:' FITTIXG. PLITMUINO) ( AND TINdMlTHlNO.AMARU'S f'

I 1: III), t'I property could not bo closely estimated, but tu'c for it mav be found in the black LirJi ;chi. A. it I;. I loper.322: tons.S 7.jJ'- POWDER, BARBED FENCE: WIRE. 42-tjanl 3'j"
I f 'h. C. M. Xl'villS'iI'ks, 384 tons.IJarkeiiliiu' .
will reach 50,000.. which abounds in all parts of Canada.
1; tI Win. I r. ))ft.'tz.Collins,437 tons.
\ -- ---- -- Nnsv'Ir. I Editor, it occurs to mu that the !
: $Inwtrd-.n Intelllooice 1111"1111. hUH, : gum of the South, which i is found in Bark Royal Tar, Fclkin, 717 tons.

r : The one great want now felt in Fenmndi- large: quantities there, would make a most MEMORNDPofsengers .\. J & T X-Y-DD
desirable substitute for the'IU'k'ullint.! It from New York per steamship a1a o _
I } na is an intelligence otllce where servantsand is a close-grained and beautiful wood.! It City of Dullit October 0: Mrs. Anna T.

employers can go und make contracts, does not easily: split and can be stained to Blank and child, G. W. Taylor and wife,

and where recommendations are tiled and exactly resemble walnut. It i is. in fact, !suitable Mrs 1) Halsev and child 'w. K. Turner,

; t can bo seen. Servants! now have it all their for nearly all purposes that walnut is Air. and Mrs. W. Arnold., Mrs.: J. Myers,
now used. It is true that the gum tree is Master I:. Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. K B. Elliott .
t t own way ; they feel that they can leave employers generally found only in tho swamps of the Albert I'u!>ku, J. Shean, P. H. Wait, .. ', ,_
a with impunity, or if discharged for South but the growth is usually: large and P. IMieljw, J. W. Foster W. C. Bellows Dr. NEW: ', 'I'' .'

any offence no matter of what import\ they free from imperfections, Hilt mean can: J. S. Bagg, T. W, Mus('(', Judge J, U. Knott,
easily bo devised bv which it ln harvested and Biz children
can S. Adam, wife mother ,
consider it will not injure us t they can
it for market. If I remember aright the Mrs. Augusta Jocknmn anti two children,
j, i iIt get employment somewhere else and repeat black gum will float in rafts ns readily Timothy Mnhon, P.Cofrau. 8. 0, 'rorrin.

their acts without fear of trouble. No one pine, and as it is found in great quantitiesin : ton. I.. Midgett, 8;Martin, V. )h Randall,

.. ever appears to question a servant or to ascertain the river swamps) it ran be cut and takenin A. I). Stroll, Mrs. M. Park, A. Paulson, J.llauser. .
rafts to the mills without a large outlayof J. Martin.
any facts as to the cause of being capital, thus giving remunerative ems Passengers from Fernandmafor New\'ork i

; f out of employment. This is all wrong. It plov lent to the lumbermen of small means.If \w steamship ttty ff ItttUti, October 7 : 1leKenzil" -" FALL GOODS !

works to the injury of all ; 'it gives/: assurances some of the enterprising mill-men of .\. ) Mr! Artier and wife, AdolphMichaelson i

to servants to do as they please, your locality would ship a few sample lots \\'. J. Young, Sari I Arguit, Jus.o'ugan -
f of this valuable lumber to representative } S. J. Hayes. J; M. Dexter.Abtfre r'Now
: ( .and they can find places elsewhere no mat furniture" manufacturers in the ?>North taking a

; tit ( ter how bad they have acted at their former care to first thoroughly; season! it, its to Contractors. 1

homes. Had we an intelligence office here urent value Ii" furniture wtxxl would thus> 1'romtsaU ill be received until 20th October 1m m

,.and If wo would resort to it and employhelp } heeomo industry known,would nnd thus U a new and t profitnblo 1HS1, for work of clearing right of wa '-
) developed andjrreitlv and also for furnishing Arriving for Every Department.
grubbing grading
an ,. only through such an ofllce, much of enrich the people' of your important crubftitii lI\llll.1).illg tho rails OP line of the 1
the trouble and which now arises and rapidly growing
State.F. .
WIIITINU. Tuoriovu Fu>Rinv R\ILKO\n,
1 domestic life would bo removed and .
In ,
our -- -- for two sections of twenty miles each, con- .
1t we would have good and faithful help. Let The jntttnn S-nc-lUll Iurnetl.<< netting on the muitli, near Sumterville, with

,. some one start the otliee, it will pay and. The sawmill at Dutton becoming' to the tho work now in prngrc 1
r !;SKvitication and. prortle to be been at the
}: cave every family many troubles. If such creditors of John Lynch, wa 11t.oln't'11 t by a:1h't)1'| Florida Transit llailroad: l t\jiumny[ J. & T. KYDD

) ,lii-;' Alf office cannot lie put in operation, let each firo on the night of the 20th of September. Fernandiuu, Fla. ,

: t,. and every family in town promUo to employ The fire U 1 supposed to have originated from Bidder) will Up ivqulrod to jicctfy,' the (

one unless possessed of a recommendation timu within which the contractork. will
no ,
sparks from locomotive(' which passMphnrtly ,
4 I. In ciimpleted.. New York Office, ( Cor. Centre and Third Sts. ,
from the last employer, and this! before the (lames were discovered. 1-. II.; MVXWEJ.L } ,
P -
.J J will end the trouble Every effort was made by the watchman: and 43: :Supi-rintciulent.! ... S3' Walker SfM" (,'. t I ; IVniantllna..Florida..

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