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 15, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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Stlri:: 1'1:11S.: those of the climes from which they came. ty. Its reputation as winter resort dates (that timber-getters! !should relax their energies in his lake grove, commonly known nsMeans'

The city N orderly and the community law- hack nearly half a century. The principal somewhat, as the market wits! in a fairway Landing, to General J. B, Gordon

Alachua. abiding, fraternal and rllrisinc--tlac1'H1! business center of the county is (Green/ Cove of reaching glutted state lie further of Georgia, for $13,000. General Gordon

SETTLr.m:. TtI.-It will be seen Atlrancc. Springs, the county site, known far and wideas told us that at present there was in the Es-: will shortly visit the IlIke'l1crompl\niCfl by

TilE Yorso of Alaclnu county, Clay. a health resort, not only during the win cambia river '..'$,OOO sticks of sawed timber, several distinguished gentlemen, with a viewto

ly, consulting a map ter season but the entire 'l'lr-it magnificent and l$,OOO of hewn, which is an amount locating: "'c arc happy to welcome him

that the Transit Railroad, from Fernamlina Clay county is yet comparatively a wilderness1 sulphur spring having a marvelous quite in excess of the usual quantity. Below [I again to the Land of Flower, as his nameis
through I he Arrcdondo in fact much that of itspostoffices
Cedar Key, passes so so one
to i is showing There' has been : identified with the
reputation for healing. Up to the present September's : early history of the
and that Waldo lies on the cast! and I I is known by that its
name yet
Jrant, time the town's prosperity! depended, III very little tonnage offering since the date of ]lake region.-Ocalaicon..
Archer on the west of this great plat of magnificent location, diversity and character of soil, ease!
the main, upon the unceasing flow of health our last, and, in consequence, little activityhas'
land, and nearly between them is of access by rail and water, number, of Jbtiror.Auiuvici .
and pleasure seekers, but now that our railroads been exhibited in our freight market.
Gainesville; (in section 5, township 10, range spring, lakes :and rapid streams, togetherwith are We still for ready vessels for the ) LeAxiso.-The British bark .!ly-
beginning to assume: tangible shape quote
20)), the county seat. The railroad brought its valuable timber and mineral deposits an increased progress: must follow, ill fact United Kingdom and Continent 50s. and ties Stevenfon arrived on the 21th inst., leaking
these towns into existence, and helped to only require to he widely\ known
more She
badly. bound from
very was Santana -
has already commenced. Settlers arc coming W(! for Cuba $11 to $12 ; for coastwise, $8.50. *
settle in and around them a comparativelynew to draw hither dense
a poplllalion.lIollt Mcxico to Rotterdam
laden with n
in rapidly, locating homesteads and All vessels offering arc freely taken up at
Fairbanks and .\rrI'IIOIHloIII
population. three years ago the first practical attempt to Land i N steadily! outside figures. cargo of mahogany, and has been forty-two
o lie on the railroad to Gainesville! but induce immigration was made: and the results planting orange groves. days on the She
is Austrian bark St', tri 7> passage. considerable
increasing in value. Building : going on Engagements- i<-
having before described each of them, except thus far are satisfactory, not only to
and A.. ftroraoHMU sawed .tti 2s.( ll. of the same heavy weather that
briskly, both in the town vicinity. tons, Liverpool, ;
and Gainesville! will not
Archer we
those immediately concerned but to our
brickyard!'! been in active operation during Norwegian hark Jens liratull, -1)2!): tons, east has: hung about our coast for two }months!!,
here repeat. Archer is place of considerable whole people. Some of the statements! sent ami
and the is coast of hewn timber .to Norwegian was probably strained by constant laboring -
the past summer, product : England: ( ;
trade but i is noted, principally, for the ,
; out by our land agents were questioned in
and claimed to be superior to any yet manufactured bark Jferewartl, 7i S tons, United Kingdom heavy seas. A competent board of
of fruits Teach
cultivation vegetables. ridiculed by rivals in Southern counties, but
in ]Kist: 1'lorhlTlm'e: snw-nmiils- or Continent, hewn timber, -10s.; Brit survey examined the vessel thoroughly on
trees of early IlIdlate'arieties attain great the severe cold of last winter everywhereto
put Monday, and found her nine inches
ish hark 281 tons United leaking
one of them a largo one, thurutmghlyequippovl Mary, Kingdom or
size in all that section The
age and orange a positive! test, and the result is a successful hour. The
per crew demanded when the
: for cutting for export-find sufficient Continent, deals, J:5: 15s.! -I'enxarola Advance.JejJ'ertton. ,
fruit trees and do well.Messrs. .
and other grapes demonstration of nearly all which has
thou Immigration vessel passed' Capo San Antonio, that the
business to fully employ
Lipsey it Christie! have turned their been claimed .
master should her into Havana
has the ellect here elsewhere put or Kej
same as
0 are indebted to Mr. B. W. Partridge
attention successfully to a large nursery The county has frontage of about twenty- West, declaring that they would not
of fruit trees vines ; the new comer invariably has orange our cfiicient railroad agent, for tho fallowing pump
containg a great variety : five miles on the St. John's river, nearly the her across tho Atlantic but
end Surrounding lands are pine mania," and his principal anxietyis t comparative statement of the receipts of ,
plants. whole of it being high and available for settlements managed to reach
with friable, clayey soil, which gives to ; its average width from east to to get 1\ grove established us quickly as cotton at the Monticello depot for the years Alligator light, at Indian -

trees and vegetation prolific vigor and en west is twenty-five miles. The greater may bo ; his actions arc watched by his na 1880 and 1881! : Number of bales received Key, without their knowledge, and was
portion trying to get further the coast. At this
durance. Very fair bricks have. been made of the land is rolling, and a point on its tive-born neighbor, hitherto apathetic in regard from August 15 to October 10 1881, 2,180 ; up

out of the clay. But the principal products western border is said to be the highest in to such matters, but who speedily becomes received from August 15 to October 10, 1880, point vessel was spoken, and, tho ship's
infected and follows in the wake. situation being known to tho crew theypositi'cl
arc sea-island cotton, corn, oats, rice, peas, East 1<'101'.1Black\ creek, a stream of snlfi- 1,410 ; excess of 1881 over 1880, 770 bales.

potatoes, cabbages and all other kinds of dent importance to bo worthy of better There is scarcely township in the whole In 1880; the price realized for cotton averaged refused to work any more exceptto ,
that does not contain both United bring her to Key West, and tho wind being
The soil is county about $35 bale and the
garden vegetables : easily tilled name, I is navigable for large steamboats a per present 81'11.'IOnthc
the States and State lands: ; desirable homesteadsmay has been about bale.Consequently .strong easterly she soon reached here.
and $50
gradually improving
owners arc distance of twenty-live miles! to Middlcburg, average per
be secured within five miles of the Pumpers were sent on board to relieve the
their circumstances Gainesville; : whilst the for August
occupies at which place the stream is divided into two shipments
courthouse and less distance from most crew, who had no timo to do ship work
nearly a central position to the county, on forks! ,, one of which has its source in the u and September of 1880 only realized

the Transit Railroad and the Florida Southern northwest corner and the other on tilt of the other settlements. The Atlantic, $10,350, the shipments for the sumo period since leaving Santana, and tho vessel will be

Gulf & West India Transit Railroad: owns a discharged ns soon us possible She is consigned '
Railways a branch of the latter runningto southern border of the county. This large of tho present year will amount to $109,300.

1'alatka, on tho St. Johns River, and the Mrayii, together with its almost innumerable large quantity} of land near its line of road, f/ntcello Constitution to John Jay I'hilbrick.-KcJ Mist
much of it is valuable for cultivation and i isoffered Key.
main trunk being constructed: northwestand
confluents in the shapo of creeks and Leon. 1'ittmim.
1 south through the Peninsula. The two for sale at nominal rates. Up to ,
branches, bearing nearly every kind of appellation The building boom in Middle. Florida continues
railroads: will bring the city into close relationship within a short period settlers: have been debarred Mr. William Hargrove has purchased .
except an elegant or nppropriate to grow in extent and importance.
from locating on land in the vicinity three hundred acres of land in Hcrnamlo'
to the large and productive of
scope one, ramifies the whole county so coin llete- Following the erection of the Lewis bank
country, inclosed within\ townships: (5 and 2, I ly that scarcely a tract of moderate area can of tho river, except in isolated instances, and (ho hotel, we now have in prospect the county. This:: land is in what is known as*.

ranges 17 and 21, south and cast, and within\ bo found which has: not an outlet into its owing to tho land being owned in large building of u $'iIMIO, structure nt tho :State the Chuckachattco Hammock. Long years.,

which the great majority 20,000 countyinhabitants all tracts by it few individuals who withheld it ago wo used to take up in this noted sectionit
embracing current, and the result! is, as Asylum'for the insane, at Chattahoocb.ee,
have their homes. The city is from market. The Orange Park and Bayard was noted as tile place where the early;
nuiy readily be imagined:, our county presents bids: for which will be found advertised for
situated on what i.s called a black-jack tracts arc notable instances of this kind, settlers of that county forted during the
to the
series of undula
eye a gentle in this issue of the Fluridian, and the
dwarf red oak their river frontage alone extending\ : over Indian war No less than forty fain-
( ) ridge, on account of the tions. The various grades of sojAirc equally early commencement of work on Leoncounty's or fifty ,
well-known healthfulness: I\IHlpurity of the distributed throughout the all twenty miles. Both these immense tractsare ilies lived two years within} stockade made
county, new $15,000 courthouse, the
water of Mich localities. The soil is a deep bed sections! having, to a greater or less: extent, 11 now open for settlepert, and an examination plans and specifications for which: have just of logs. Thirty-five years back we rcmem-'

of silica, underlaid with pipe-clay nt a depth :share of good and poor lands. Our lake of the few I ItnprofC'tVpbtH all that'is been received .nt the clerk's ofilcoHTrnmMessrs. l' b J:.the. remains of.theold_ stockadry i.Il1,1l.th ,...

varying from two to twenty feet. Yet allover district extends: from Kingslcy, in the west- required to cause tho locality to be appre Parkins it Bruce, architects of Atlanta families that took refuge within tho enclos

the place there are large bearing orange central part of the county, to its southern ciated. To those who have had so much to Ga., and which are models of, beautiful ure. At this noted place there is to bo found

trees, grapes,as fine an orange and pecan nursery border, and in the opinion of man)' is time say about frost line," "orange belt," etl,'., and skilful execution. Besides! these tho best lands in the State. Somo of the

as can he found in the State, varietiesof most beautiful] section, being identical in we extend a cordial invitation to come and number of cottages and small a old settlers still live in that neighborhood ;

fruit trees, strawberries, flowers, gardens character with the best portions of Putnam, see for themselves, feeling sure that thcj have been constructed recently in and dwellings about they can tell much of suffering and privation

of vegetables in profusion and melons of extraordinary Orange and other back-bone" counties.In wildest of shriekers cannot hope for a more Tallahassee, und we are told that the ,and can interest the traveler with the relation

size, rare plants.ctc. U is stand its vicinity lies a tract of oak scrub land, severe test than that of last winter, and if, signsof of many interesting and thrilling: rem;:
progress are plentiful in the other
ing demonstration that there is not a foot which is, probably, the most unreliable of .after critical inspection of our groves, towns of Middle very i iniscenccs of tho Indian war period.-There
of land in the county, if it is not overflowed, all for cultivation ; it i.s: however, of ]limited bearing and in prospective, they shall undertake Shields, of the Jacksonville, Pensaccln J,und K.: is a body of land between Lake Harney and

but that will yield an abundant living to extent and interspersed with tracts of choice to assert anything more about "frost"! Mobile Railroad informs Luke Washington, of about four hundred( ;
that the first
anyone able to till it. But these healthful hammock land. Kingsley, Brooklyn Lake line," so far as refers to Clay county, we lot of two hundred tons of us steel rails of the thousand acres, of as line sugar- or cotton

and good-watered ridges are tho exception, Wilderness are the principal settlements shall take the liberty of declaring, in plain Sanborn land as can bo found in the country, and all

and not the rule, in the section of the county in the lake lli trlcf. Ui hland' :Station, formerly English, that they are liars. Althoughwe Bessemer patent, an made improvement on tho that is necessary to improve them is to cut,

between townships 0 and 12, ranges 17 and known as Trail Ridge, is situate on have no bearing groves of great extent process, by tho Pennsylvania a canal between Lake Washington and Elbow ]-

:21. Most of the lands arc hard-wood hammock the Atlantic, Gulf & West India Transit in tho county, there arc many fine specimens will bo Steel Works, have been shipped, anal creek deep enough to drop the level of'
or mixed-wood pine. The ]heavy hammock Railroad, and said to be the highest pointon and groves of small area distributed upon road-bed: immediately the water in the lake and tho St. Johns

urea, inclusive of the high open lands, peninsula. The new town of Melrose, throughout its length and breadth, whose this order on their arrival.be Tire early filling of river, say four feet, and you will 'cm..o tuaUy

extends from east of Micanopy to Painc's in the southwest corner of the county, productiveness and thrifty appearance successfully may considered as an exceedingly drain the ]lands, and then all that is required.
Prairie and the upper part of Newnan's perched on a knob between large lakes, is demonstrate the adantabilitv. -- -.. of thing for the Jacksonville, to raise a crop is to plow and plant, there be-.
lake Pensacola Mobile Hail road. In__ vIew.__ nf_. ,.in.
skirting the
prairie both sides .
on passing the projected terminus of the railroad shortly Clay county to orange culture.-Tlwmaii Jiobertt n ingnoIIumber or brush to be cleared a way. Itis

west of Gainesville, and spreading out to be built from Green Cove Springs. in Florida Ayriaillurht.Columbia., fact that every mill in the country is an extensive savanna, with a deep rich soil"cun.red
fanlike crowded with ]large orders und rails ,
from ,
about twelve miles northwestof nre also
around it is
country exceedingly fertile, with canebrake, and now used as.
this place, With half the being imported constantly: from abroad under I
periphery filling and ,
only requires tho
transportation facilities to pasture ground for thousands of
the great bend in the Santa Fo river, and insure Columbia county has several colored farmers very !heavy 11ut '. Krupp, tire celebrated cattle.'
a rapid development. The St, Johns
Orange J'ark, who make annually from $1,000 to $1,500 iron founder in has river is very remarkable.] ..
crossing ranges 17 and 21 to the west and the new and promising town in the northeastern Germany, just received It is separated from the
east. Within this area there are occasional worth of sea island cotton.-Sweet potatoes an order for 50,000 tons for American roads.f'lorldlan. oecan'throughou1..,
corner of our county, is perhaps its!! tntire length by a strip of ]land not
stretches of ponds and arc worth eighty cents a bushel, and over
cypress saw-palmetto more widely known than of our towns forty miles in
any width. Ifs
flats, but they do not give character to tile and settlements scarce at that Why don't folks plant some Levy. bunks are low ; the.
owing to the persistent advertising A schooner is i soil, when examined is found 'to'contain
r [ section, and even such lands will be reclaimed of its near town, to supply the early demand-- daily expected from Turn-

" and made valuable] in the near fu. been rapid and projectors.bids fair Its growth ]has The demand vegetables is good. Northern pico, Mexico, to load with cross-ties for the very little silica, being composed mainly or'
to be
|ture. Gainesville being in such a favorable During its three : permanent. cabbages sell readily at three times the Mexican Central Limited Railroad Com minute shells. At elevates! places] along th'o
years or no of existence of home-raised Tho schooner I is banks the coquina, a species! of shell rock
position relatively! to this extensive area of beautiful and price ones Just because we pany. capacitated to carry ,

jthe finest classes of land in the county ando been many erected, thousands costly dwellings have have none of the latter to supply the present 100,000( feet of lumber. She will run for can bo seen. Wherever this is found the,
and other
the railruadi crossing here, will orange demand.--Real estate is in demand ; about a year between 'here and Tumpico. soil i.s fertile and particularly favorable to
constantly fruit tress planted, acres *>( strawberries and
( prices firm and improvements -Colonel Lutterloh has just tho growth of tho orange. Live oaks! towerto
Attract and secure additions to the present market truck of going on con-: completed a

population of about 3OC)), and to its commercial successfully, and every no one description seems anxious grown to tinually. A man can always rent a houseto handsome concrete dwelling on K street, the skies, und their branches spreading

mechanical, political, educationaltnd sell out-a point which some one if he builds it here, and improvements near his present dwelling. It i is a two-story some fifty or sixty feet quch way, covered
well for its
social importance. The people of this future. The almost central argues position of Mid- on real property pay well.- building, and the rooms aro nicely plasteredand with a drapery of solemn] moss, and cypress; ,.

whole section ]have struggled under dleburg One farmer remarked in our hearing on real) cosy. The Colonel U also completing bay, gum palmetto and magnolia'trees, witlj4'
many together with its natural advantages '
lisadvantagcs, and all avocations have eked being located at the head of Wednesday that he would this week put up just in the rear of his dwelling a tho beautiful palm with crested crowd.

|'ut the prosperity of this city by protracted, on a magnificent stream must inevitably navigation ten thousand pounds of hay, and that he is I small two-story concrete building\ which is standing like a sentinel along its shores, and

|nest work Lately, capital from abroad ] make it the most important of interior not near done cutting. If others will doI I being neatly finished up. We are glad to the orange trees hearing from 500 to 1,000''

.iis. found here profitable investment. Two towns. Its delightful] our will likewise the livery stable and log lIIen will see that not only Colonel Lutterloli, but all splendid oranges.'euch, makes u maii'thlnl

tell: and many dwellings have been erected the attention of the tourist scenery In searchof attract not becomiHilled to send North for hay next who are building here, are showing a regard that he is in tho ]land of fable,; -this Is all a.

7 IIV comers from the North and else. the beautiful, and of / summer. Every i ound of good Florida :. for taste in tho construction of buildings. sober dut.-ralatta ''lferald.1St .*
necessity some '
ere. Citizens mho saved a little surplus paration need to be made in order that pre he hay can be Hold, and we believe it to bu bet -Wo omitted. to mention -previously. time-" John. j '.

ney out of their business have invested may be taken care of properly and with ter and'cheaper than foddur from corn stalks burning of Judgo J. F" )lcl>onell', saw and The pilots deserve credit for their1 timely-

In furnishing themselves with homes. A profit The rather straggling settlement U fur forage.-laic ('lly lieimrtrr. grist mill\ at Shell 1'01111111 this county. Itwas and heroic conduct in rescuing t'lh'crew! olj

"', .-|k is doing a very good business. There strewed about on the top of a high tongueof Escambta.SerTttraea's burned two or threo weeks since, and the brig / llou-laiul on tho morning. (h>j. V
"more tho loss
applications for rooms for winter ]land ] exceeded $1,000, HO we arc informed tith list
.lying between the forks of Black TIMBER Lemur They ran their boat up the lagooa
ts than can be ASP RKCOKO. by the Judge While the loss in
filled. Compared with creek and a pecuniary between Bird
doubt Island
we if and *
a more picturesquespot We are indebted the male beach
f years ago this is a new to Messrs. flyer Brothersfor scnso Is felt only by the Judge, the mill is ,
What and
)place. it exists in Eastern Florida. u with a force of
Prior to men
1871 the pulled over
ten following data relative to the timber loss her :
jbe years hence we will not )predict, i it was the county site, and in course of time and lumber business of great to that neighborhood. The (>eopo] the sand bar Into the breakers opposite the
> September We
Jts future shines much publish for miles and mile around all their ;
brighter in the got
-' may again become so, there being so many this! in it corn sinking vessel The crew. including a boy
monthly full, us is withIn ,
hope than did its replete ground at this mill\ and I
to| Its churches 'prlJ'urctlall their the
in iU
F advantage
favor for that captain's ton'
furmatioll. (the
icing the purpose.One We wuuld like to say to our lumber there. Wo oeeam1i
1'l'bcollallJ.llltist MethoJIst trust the Judge will\ be
of the and
settlements were picked
on the };t. reader up by the pilots. This
something in regard to the was
)fterUn, and other approaching fortunate enough to
denominations replace tho mill
Johns river is soon, the
Hibernia located only of
in the south-
-*Ing" and iU educational business season, but hesitate to advance In his own and that of his way nwcuiiig them, m life would
advantages, in em art of what Is neighbors'; inter nut have been
| known safe in tho
as Fleming'sMaud Mea
an for the to
that Various attempt reach-
p"t +thooU and the Kot Florida reason and condieting ests. "Cedar >Key Journal J
"" SemJk one of the mot fertile, tracts in the the beach, and their boats had
1 _\; we believe to ba opinion are entertained and ex- MacllllO \beeij l earrlelaway J
unsurpassed in the
::...!K The tocitty is composed of good fit- and county a large, containing number several of nourishing bearing groves pressed reference thereto. In conversation Mr. Panit-l F. Witthera has assumed edi, will give, We the' hope the nnthgritff of timls I port

|/rom Cunu California. and ( from one*. Truck growing hat born; carried on .* on yntft-rday lie expressed to us c' tteconlrr for our brave pilots: were h n" sE'i&.l'fh;ii.'fall f
ruin ; Marlon.
|will not uficr In cwmparUon Europe ;with "there than more luoressftilly and to a greater extent the U-lkf that the.winter' WOrk would fall I. Judge G:; '\'. .Means, on lui..r, <'>1r"tt'f1 imp Ibtt wrt'tlcJ.1\: : Sctl4ty4'ar.
In enterprising citizen
any other portion of the by artUi who '
(!Jun- far .hrt of thp general | did tit 4N14i1w111i' this
antlcijMtiou, an 1 of Orange puke, ha sold a half intefe t eimaroer.--Si '. ''r )
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\: Jr/Dmw- (JI I!V'S LAST U'OMW. "wild I lrlsll ruse! ," as ;he called his -I pretty t -I Harold was laughing now, and trying, as I know what I ;must; have -I thought'I ; I ;, bow be, -1 lost t in bis own thought! The "lrrl rt".,,
,. goldefl-buired wife with her. laughing blue thought; to keep his temper. We were fast: must have utterly despised mo, I hate miiyself foftciis, the expression of care fll.: frlil
x' "I'm) going to die;" the Widdcr. Green, eyes and "sunny Miiile drifting I foolish quarrel about nothing and 1 tvislt!: I {'oulolfl'l{ulikcthepnwcrs'if his brow, and be lookc I once Illr' tlc,
r 1'11I going to It uin't no) place fur me to !stay white hands: on his arm, "now'confess. fC'lrt that were on his mind I would never lie stood erect, 'his face; whiter and. sterner In.r orchard at lloschaiik:
In Midi world 'tis to-day: ; would I you ever have thought of the wild, have sunken as I Ills than 1 had overseen: it yet. Ilorrur-!sttirken and Nora is : RIIIII''I, a Mraiixc
Sncli works a and as ways is too mucli!. for' tno, mischievous: Helen :McDcnnot) if she! had not W chum I is this<< great authority 'ul('rl"lll?" at the pasion; I had. r.I".tl.; I stood Irl'lh- weight of I'allliIII her I hear: to-niJit.
Nobody can let nob idy bo, led von that madcap,(\ race over the down, be wont min 1111 dying to klow. ling, for I was afraid of him Ill'l, afraid to large h'lIrl roll one by one! down her pale!
tu Tile girls I is il,'uncc.l from top to lop, and yom had been Mire 1 wisiunnwuv with, "There he I is. I u-plied, IllllUnll\1 approach to speak. He !1'01< : Slowly chei ks. the soft breeze, stirs the npple' l h.nssolus : .
I, An' that's tlio whole o' what they know amid! pictured. rum( nt the font of a (chalk\ l'Ii.tr. opening 1 locke at my r.cck mid distinctly: the words (',111', but I felt and the pure petals fall upon lur
The men (is mad on bonds and stocks: or .something' equally terrible? Ah, you\ little tained u likl : of my favorite brother that he meant what ho said : .H'a\'l'1 forgive bowed, head.. A hasty ,1t'1 falls upon UK
li Bwcarin' and IIhol'ln'' and pickin' lucks, thought; I could make Princess answer Charlie. "Oi, Nora MePcrm.itt. Brut this mo green turf, and 1 hand I laid, upon her'
I'm rl'aillfraill [I'll\ be. hanged myself whip and bridle, MI \\'l.III"! "Who is it1' he asked, taking the locket IlIc'It' I feel as if I never l'OIIIII"! shoulder, and u well-knowmm voicehisiivrs:'
::' F.f dint laid on the limil I shelf\ And Tom would look down, with love In from my' hand. 1'11 he wC'lIlIIWUY, 111111 I left alone, XIi!1""
There ain't cretur but knows (to-day his ('\'c'lIl1ll1l Voice. and assure! I'r. that his Ic'J'li broke in with a peal of I laughter. I I 1t1'rh' 1lII't.hrllkc'l to utter words<< to Tho strong arms are around. her IItlC
t't in 5 mind\ bad been made np', his! heart irrevocably dear, dear! listemi'funtl: I I do bo sti .1 I n I I back-never WIll'lle'oic'(' pouring incoherent 'Ilalln.
I << way
limy any
I But never Mince was the I'olkllllil go free, lot: from 'the liniment he bad"' met the Move Harold is jealous of Charlie But once 1 wallll'lllil till the green brancheshid tions into her l'ar.'hal does it nutter"
I'IIIIJrculfulllfral1 crazy; they'll: hang up mire first. glance: of her blue eyes, and (that Tom bad wandered' away' among the,flowerbeds him UIIIIIII I walked away, Al the sorrow is forgotten, gone as<< Illn'nl; \
There's another' matter Ihut'Ii pesky' : hard, the IIlt'llIlrllllc, raw on the breezy downs and did. not hear, Helen, beaming to be alone with mv li \'. And :so we il the bliss of IICl.tlllIlrulll' tigain.
h I can't into a neighbor's, yard, only brought matters to a crisis-that I was with fun mid/ mischief: went on : "Don't "arll'clIIlov'rll"i I-under the pink and "Can you ('\cr 11', Nora ?" lie
'fu go How be you' or hurry a pin. nil: Bill I('hind, myell wandering; from my' tell him, Nora ; (there is nothing like I secret white blo-soms in the ollorchar,1, limit, uh. pleads. "And, Ill'lrl'III fouiul out my mi-.
Cut say what\ thepapers have it in : own story. mind more inclined to write about 11 I always.tell I Ti iu." if I could see him once nt his take by chance IIMII.V restless: wamlVrin s
In We're pleased tel MV the Wldder I (Green mv dearoister 1: I Helen. I'erbaps) : It 1 is<< that I "lie I is 1 very good' looking fellow, at any feet 11111.11 him how ho;was: mistnkeu-if: I 1 came across Captain Warner, mid been,
r Took dinner a Tuesday: with )Irs. J\.l'I'IW ;% hesitate:! to commit IOl'a\'ra\ record of those rate," said Harold !scrutinizing my' "rlllhc'risIln.l1 COIIII only hear his Ih'ur'OiC'I' whisper for lightened' me. The trltfoIfoId that sailed
i, Ii Or 'Our wurthy fiiend, sirs: Green, lotsmne sunny happy drays that I can! think of now 41 y only through' mist of blinding tears while tip with I smimiheI don't know that I JlIrolcllc.f that !night without a word orn to forgive and forget 11 and be my C \I
h Down( to B.irkhamstcd: ( to see her sun.' thc'happincM seemed blurred and indistinct: shall allow "olt" wear this till you tlllie message: fil ll'. Helen came to me in fears again"
% Great Jerusalem! can't I IMir from all the misery! that came after. who I lie owner of I this i good-looking l I fI'l' i to ask: for some explanation 1'oor little "Oh, larll. she *sobs how lila\I
t Without a-raisin: mnne, fl'lIl'r'M fur? What need is there to tell again the dear \ol't sprawl" I repeated, laughing in Nora !" she : There ain't no privacy so to s I i.v- old tihle-w orn story' which has been written r taking the locket playfully (from ( II. what did you say to And !i I', after live long years, they li'.ivcmet :
11 No more than if this was the judgment, so often in poetry and \prose: and, I is being him. \(, then, Harold( ,, what will \1 him ? His eyes<< wc'r1111 of tears<<, and he never to be parted again in this life.
day, ; ('enacted r"lIllife every day ? It i enough<< ;! pay' when I tell you he is an Ulcer in I cavalry could hardly Ic'ak wll'nll' said 'O.md-bye.' # *
i@I ,. AIIlu"i"r) meet In'-I want to swear f..r me to say that, after six of the happiestu'ceksof : regiment, and that he gave me this on (Oli, Nora, a mmm: l-t fC'lI'II' deeply when Oice: more I take up mv are to
Whenever I put my head e I in there my life, Harold Jtrmighton a.kedme the night before he sailed for IltU'?" bo c'ril'lllkc I WOII.I I Ic'lll.l\. mo promise be married to-morrow. 1(1rf all
ii' Why, even 'Old Hundred's'/$' spiled and to be his wil;'. I was+ sitting at the open' "What?" be! cried suddenly, :llrlin,; up not to tell you till bo \\'a, ; and betook its .rrow. seems: now more like a dream,
t done, drawing-room win low listening to Ilelen'.ycletirstyiet \ from his recumbent posture, the blond that little gold heart out of voiir wink-box, and only' wish at !present i is that I
t I Like everything else\ under the sun"' voiccsiuging;: ; und thinking, us: ru..II.lo\'l'r. his f.lc': "Oh, Nora, what did dear, und amid. 'I I suppose I may keep this grow my more worthy of Harold's love.'u may
Ic It used! to; be so solemn and si I\\- she sang of hopeless' : grief and I :sorrow, I how you say T' as a r, "ll'dIUI of a happy.I time that after lalkclll 1111'1'1 to-day under (Ihc'l'n' (lee
Praise to the Lord from! men below' ;; very far oil' nlll distantttll: I rllllhie H'C'IIII'el to ll'll'l wa.s convulsed with :1I1elllcnt. all, vas : simply! a IIII.takl." ""l'llath wllh'h1' discussed the or",iquct
Now it goes like a gallopin', steer, le, ant that life and love bad not always I a IIld, ( he, too, was enjoying the 1) n't Ilc'II.: I cried "Oh, Mop-you match ,live years ago, and. lroJllfoI,11' wastrunnions
j High; (diddle, diddle Ihl.rt'lIIltllll.rcl! laik background angry; storm' clouds: tamcrap joke, I repeated my statement'.; amid, the will drive 11' 1.11"!" wh1 he kissed IIC Ild hispercd ,
i No respect to the 1'Irlllib' ive, up and blot out the blue sky. spirit otlnifol'hhofoItzilll me, I added : "And Three long days came and, went, and I : "WI'I, darling the trouble I is 1:1:
and down 1 I I with it watched I and waited for Harold's, << return, for,
I t No m ,re'n of he was. hand I and glove gfiitlcmcn were pacing up never part over. \ both suffered deeply, but
I With all! the creturs he ever made. I the terrace, talking I earnestly: Tom was never, never !" I thought he would. surely come: back whc'l ( grant we may be happy now !I"
r t And all the jigs that ever was played, smoking; and the! scent of his cigar llo.itod "Nora," laying his hand on 1II ri, in I calmer moment ho had considered how [, I'II'CI
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i It Preaehin', to.i-but here I'm dumb in \plea-ant: I at the open window MS<< they "on('e for all-who I is i? 1 must know.; : little ground there was for disagreement.Alas ; Reid Eslitle.:
But I tell you what I 1'lliko it some passed backward\ forwatd. Then, iistluevcningsliadows "There i is no/ 'must' in the lIIat'r," tentlily I did, not know then the real Teas m ------. -
Ef': good' old Parson: Nathan Strong : : .deepened, thev panned, : und ) reply', spoken, in jest for we were all (that sent him away, and only flllclllhut
Out o', his grave! would come along stood, looking in upon us, und Tom called playing at crosspurposes.My : it was I foolish: II\'l'r'l quarrel that I few Till: FLORIDArpOWN
I j. An" give us" a stirrin' taste of lireJcdgnient Helen to come and( take a turn with hi III. harmless joke had hitter consequence1'{!, words w"It explain. And so> I watched
and justice is my desire I rose to follow|| hilt a band walaid upon To my surprise and consternation' be suddenly and hOl'cllullllnrl,1 at every sound'I, every DnOVI'': mST COMPANY.Fcrnnmlliut .
r. 'Taiu't all love an' sickish sweet my own, and the voice! that brought (th- I fllah'h1 I the locket from me and :step, and longed fIr the moment of his return -
r That m ikes this world und t'other complete. quick bio III to my face wlii-porcd: low and tiguin" C'XIIIIIII'el i, while his face grew, -the moment that never ('Ull'.
,, 'r r I earnestly' : Please stay ; have something graver and darker each moment. On the Here, Nora," said.' Tom, tossing letternoros.H
t But I law I I'm old I'd better be dead to say '0011.." other side were two locks of hair-mine andCharlie's. .. : the breakfast table to me. From ,
When the world's a-turnln' over my head ; Then they left, and. we two were left alonein Harold. who I conclude, has cuni'to his Town on 1C. 1C. Unc,
s Sperits talkin' like tarnal fools<<, the failing twilight. Later in the even- Yours and his, I suppose?" wild Harold, senses I'ost-mark Dublin ;; not so far off,
J Bibles kicked: out II' ikvstriuk! schools, lug; Helen C'IIIIII.llIluIIIV room' and kissed: me looking tin."Exactly. after nil:" Ami C'etlur Key.
j Crazy creturj a-murderin' round saying "Oh, Nora 11 irk,..', I am so glad : ( -and bo has a locket with my With my door locked I tore o"el the letter .
$ Hon.-.st folks better be tinder jtrunllcl., Harold; ,,< juit hen telling us, dear, hl'l is so Ii k.I'I..1 answered recklessly, for 1 was ant read) it all through to the end in I blank,
C &. fare-ye-well this uirthly scene fond of you !1" dare not trust: myself' to II I I his vrtusr: -(II': 4!, Won't 1111 more be pestered" by Widder write of those days of more than happiness: "Oh, I suppose: so, ; then, with tried to realize I nil.S.Goodbye .
O rttn." when to fulfil my lightest wish seemed the passion Ids voice, Enough: of I"! ran t the last: words .Ic'a- Offers to Lessees and l'uchn"cr 1 largo
j(, sole desire of II brave, noble heart-those/ sllJlr'II"cl insist upon knowing! I yen bless you and make you happy ; number of the most eligible and dCfollrublcLotl
"FIVE YE: IIS AGO" days when, side! by :side, we paced the shady tel'llrc01 to 11'1111." last wish is that we may never meet again. suitable for Business or for
lanes and, thought th.it life itself was too, '- !I' is rather too soon Surely the world is. wide enough tot us l'urpufolC
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short, for love gilded all and earth seemed to for that, I I f'pli'l indignantly, two !I"re.trs City or Suburban Residences,
This day tive long years lI o.1! Oh, how us nothing short of a p iradise.: That happy turning crimson: 11'I'lIlh glance and of biter !hal{' and sorrow (01J1.'c
lily heart aches when I think of that hot a-! time of light and sunshine-how it seemed( driving back'time hot Il.'al that rushed: to my dowl my ('hCl'kIS I read and '- lur- UPON EASY TE11MS.
'- LjrnoiMi: in the\ merry month of May, when (to fly-how the glad, sunny" hours glided by eyes at the first angry words that bad fallen old's letter, and saw too late the game
we tw I stood together for the last time inthe lint afterward they dragged slowly and wearily from his 1111 to ll'. cross-purposes we had been playing. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
111 I orchard under the apple trees which enough-those: long summer days and His fall' (' ; he went on in a lower ."Captain Warner the officer in the cavalry parties engaged in or Indus-
Scornjd bent down with their weight/ of suit still longer nights.\ Itsccnudin the dark tone : "Nora, I have! a rl'aSOl, dearest ; I l'e llelltVhlrJe'l regiment What
I pink and white blossoms, the soft chirp and still hours that the d tarn \\'ulIlllll'l'r break wouldn't ask it otherwise. did it 11I1'11 trial enterprises, who will ('ree on the property
: fin m of birds and insects mingling dreamily and disI'rseatleast: !, the outer darkness : and [If 1l'I'I had not spoken then-if we had Again and again I read those last w'irdsbeture purchased, substantial improvements
i hi 'the warm golden sunlight I!, flickering in in the long, warm days I used to think the been it might have been all so differe.it I could fully iinHcstand it a'l-those for residence, or in which td conduct their
the bright light; and shadow on the groingrass. sun' would never set behind the 'purple I But her el'lIr"ice broke in"Now last words so full of mingled sorrow and business.
I 1"" I can see it all IIIU 1 sit nero lr.> nrnntains: ; for, the lengthening, gloomy\ Nora do-i't give in to either reproach.
I'' sane to put it d iwn on paper When I sufferi.y twill.thl1114 Inure grateful to my weary t threats or persuasions ; he has no right to "I am gig away." he wrote" away to INDUCEMENTS: TO MANUFACTUKEIW -
,, mind to dwell up m (that day. a killtllll'I' heart when the sun of! my life was'set for 11-1 the one, and you must not mind the the other side! of the world, and in 11 human by exemptol for a term or ,)"CUI fn in
I lIl' rclte longing and remorse conies over; ever. Y*>tforall that followed I can blame other." *' probability. !hllllc\'l'r set foot Oi ItritUli taxation' oil'ered by the sc\'crl cities und
.f 1' ale."and I would gladly give ton of the best: t ter ono but myself; never, even in mv in- Yes," I said, ali hurt and surprised at I soil again. wal (' that I
., years of my life if 1 could live but one m ist thoughts, have I suffered myself! to his strange ; 01 know, Harold, lieanl of your engagement to Captain' War towns. Apply atIrOtlice
t+ I i port hour over ug:' II. But, alas it m,.)' cast doubt upon him. The fault, the folly, there are times when one needs all one's determination. ner. XoiI, think \'IIl it I is such a light thing cur Beach & nth sts.. lera\ll:
>t f not hel I Regrets and( repinings are alike useless call it what one will\ was all mine. And ." '' to a man's hll.IIIc-s: blight his 1G-tf
i I the lost: opportunity can never come surely I have suffered enough fur one foolish This I is mere foolery," he exclaimed passionately. whole life? D'CI upbraid
j t" again;: the day that I is \past and gone forever word! "It is as I supposed\ thou \ cry you that while wearing one man's Tin FLORIDA
:a t and tho word once spoken cannot be re- It was! ull chapter of accidents, from beginning .wdl-cJlo:4c' between us. likeness and being engaged to" him, )'Ol can
rat 1 Galled 1"lve'l'ar"IIIIVC'OIlIlHlllll gone since to end : but it blighted two livesand<< At that moment Tom joined I The opportunity lightly break that vow and unreservedlygive [AND AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'Y
.: i, '- then. Five times since that: day have the struck the death blow to all our bright hopes was lost, gone forever ; and, tl'iz- your heart to another? Who be is Ikllow
;r. ,. ., ,-tres in the orchard been whitu'wllh 1110:<<- and fancies. \Ve were playing l'o"irilc',11I11I1 nag the locket (that had been the innocent lot ; hit, fr,11 the LotOI of lilYheurt 'OFFERS
t. ; gums ; and when I see them I fl'cllI:4 if my lung;;-contested game of croquet one lovely cause of this most: strange misundcrstundiii<; I pity him 01. Nora yon-can never
t curt III Ullt.Lreak with the agony of reniotv'e IIftc'mulln-h.ll'n[ and Harold allll'ot Tom I held it up saving, "There, I have naiIemy know how'I you, my tnt and my last GOO.OOO Acres .
Mid tho weary longing for the hope\ that and mvself; our side, was lH'urlv'lcturIOlIl choice ; giiui1\-bye forever !1" Then, catching lovi.-how blindly and believed; and
i uever (mllll'!!. Tiiero are times in our life and Tom was tiiuniphant.( He: was a bad sight of the astonishment on the faces of trusted in lil! Now I that all 1: over, all Of the most
when u word spoken or left unsaid may alter player and I, being a "rover," was helping Torn und Helen. I turned from Harold who, proved false, I feel as if I could never have ACCESSIBLE AND DESIRABLE
{f: the whole tenor of our future, when we on mv' unlucky: partner mud taking a peculiar with folded, arms, was standing moodily re- faith in 1,1. woman or child u.aln'!
hold the scul.''s of destiny: our hand!, and delight in sending, lar.lll. die rival"rover gardimr me, and, exclaiming "Oh, if we Hour after hour i'ased { yet LANW IN THE
I t lire permitted to say the word that may ," bowling to the had never met !1" I hurried away with my each minute was bearing him farther and
[I: S y prove tine| turning point" of our existence for "There is no need to Il'II,1 rlullt. quite so min I in t whirl and my heart full of Lit r farther away over the wide blue sea-away STATE OF FLORIDA,
either weal or w.ic. Such u in nueiit was fir" he said, laughing ; "I mini quite tired reel ti Il t. to another country-thinking I had: hCI'1
.1 a "* mine ; 1\1I.1II11W. tive Yl'IIrMlllh'r. I sit pen in of walking up an 1 ,1"wI after my ball. A hasty step sounded behind me on the false.: while all the time my heart was break .\only $1.:i per acre to new settlers, with
han: I. thinking it all over, und C'l'r.worll. Now stand back, every I I'. Hero comes gravel, and in a moment Harold was besideme. ing for love of him. My engagement to the privilege of selection in parcels of 40
Mid eve ;.Y look come back to me as I though I the winner! Without word on either side we Captain Warner-what wo<< it ,A fabrication
the occurrence: took place yesterday instead: .Well done I 'ThI.'Tl"11I good shot I" cried walked on till we 1 reached) the orchard ; then from beginning to end Oh, wh1111 acre or more. These lands are located on
of 11'111I my ycawag i. 1 was stay- T"II\1 Harold's ball came Hying over the he and his voice was strangelyc not Harold ask me' One word and adjacent to the line of the
I : ing) on u visit with my married sister in her groan I straight as a die and hit mine, ttOlpl'lllIIC' indifferent, I thought explained all.
swoet' country home, mad a :happy\ visit: it which was unfortunately near the winning- "Nira" I have eunetusty that I forgivevon Again and ujall did Helen piteously implore ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA
\1 proved to nu:,for there 1 11I"t l Harold Brough- p,: Con the hero of mv lit'-. Even: now my "Now, then, I thal put this dangerous him. sister could I see me in the first hours of my .
) : band shakes as: I write his name" mil the character out of ; and then, Tom, \01 "Forgive[ me I Why r. it is your place to sorrow. Afterward the whole \irld might' extending from FERNANDINA": the Atlantic -
t i tight of i it brings back the romance of my bad better retire gracefully from the con ask for forgiveness I You II'ef scarcely have come ; but for one day I must be alone I to
t\. I i,: lif that: Is all over and gone, 1.,1,1 I away in le"t." said I Harold, hurrying up."No followed I me to sue anything so ridiculous." battle with my\' grief and r.'inur-e. and weepin to CEDAR KEY, on the Gulf coast,
tJJo'tlJlIl: of the past, ; but though' dead n.i-don't ; it's not fair! Haroldit's Yes, it seems I 1 cOle on I fools err.I'I" solitude overlie I grave of my dead hopes. thus! affording to the producer cheap, constant
I f I ; .. ;< never f.irg ittcn. It was such a lovely even- horribly mean of you to put me out.;' When the darkness came I knelt down and and rapid transportation to the best
big; whom I saw him tirst: -all nalllrl.I"ok. Hut I pleaded in vain. He was merciless spoke tarca"tkal.'l.t; as I glancedup proved that I might one CIml''t, Harold markets.
; IIh'r\ brightest an I freshest in (lie spring 0111) saving, as my ball hit the stick Ii into the my r with the eyes und tell bun bow be bad: misjudged, time.ncverhilt I
su.tsliiue.\ There visitor, I Helen thefa9s: I The belt of country traversed by the Transit
wa.s coming to Ie.l Ill: thai hud ever u smile and u soft look fur IIIU '011I11111 ; blr't
i eb."k-all. old gcnllenin-llclcn I my "Can't! it, Nora all I is fair in love now looking gloomily und cold into mine, my sorrow in my heart: and booed ( n, R. embraces
Sifter, told me, smiling; and after she bailS2CU ; and war." Thei suddenly. with a laugh that mv great love for him rose up in my heart might make all plain Harold told no one r
her hmtund start for the .station to meet had: more annoyance than mirth I in it, he an I 1 longed to throw myself into his arms -not en'l hubs mother-whither he was go EVERY VARIETY OF SOIL
Pint slid carried me off with her to pick added : and implore r"lv.lIel"-make any concession IIJ. and wl'"klclI thl'II"lllto months and
& wars furthe stranger's rlle"". "I wish WI(', tin end, to all doubts if \he would only take me to his heart into years, yet no tidings came, till to be found in the State, u large I'roportiln
t l\jor u11! Mr, Brought .n," she said "he and dittK-ulties ulhllm' I have put an end and whisper that be loved me still. Hut bis ut last Harold Itroughlon's name ceased to being peculiarly adapted) to the culture ofSEMITROPICAL
.Us<) partieulur,1111(1 so land of flowers I" to this game." next words brought rlmol blushes to fay be fllItOI'l %
1 I was up\ btuirs dressing: for dinner, und What did be 111\1? His eyes were fixed! face and! tears of.indignation( and pride to : house your home," said: Tom l'auIT and Early Vegetables,
\ wjadcri.ig r...IIh'W hat at I the trouble Helen on me so earnestly that I colored I beneath my eyes. and 1111'1, and so I I lived I min. as people will and The Isirye, OmpJr Jwle of Timber
.,' i tuck to nuke,;. me loik: my best ; but she! his glance ami! turned) away, saying us I ""Tnen I humbly beg Miss McDermott's live il tlile of all sorrow and disapjiointnient make these laiuU worthy of CAKEFUL BX.II.YI
J t LaIl hied. siving as site (,fastened u lovelyI kn tckcd l ab.>ut the lulls uneasily; : pardon I for all offences ai
t IKI:icti of lily of}the vallev in my hair, It n nit talk III I'III'I! I "uwc'III.with 11l'II'cUlllliteI.\' gesture Five years have |'assert, and 1, at the age of T/O. by manufacturers of Lt'MiiK.uAND
,, c to all III hlII.r of old Mr. liroiiglit m, dear." "IVrh.tpi: ; II'" imt "*.-n"e.. hu replied.! while my heart "y.nl 1 with mingledfeelings. 2:1.:! 1 am living on with the vague hope that NAVAL STORES.
t Then, hearing; the trap drive u.i the tive- "Now, Tom, cvnit.s that \01 arts thor has never quite, tiled-the hope that I shill
I t .uue, she ran oaf to we come t h'Isitor ; Ulrihl.hl'al'II !l" interposed Helen, coming Jlr. UrouhloU'1 request I U granted.: see Hundd net ore Idle Vlmrll C.lfI h nie- NEW SETTLERS
Mid l III'II U following: her, 1 fund them all up rulIIl! hJt with success, and quite Fora moment we thMlllld looked straight Yesterday. 1111 the II.IIU d\ar. affccti I.tnute
I 1 f e .assembled" in the .Iri vi n,.rtshu, and was im- rmixing, here are Nora and Harold ,pat into each other's eyes, each, I knew Ift'r- I brother us und, alone with him. I Purchasing land from this company! are furnished
.i .miali,ttely Intro laced by Helen to Mr. ing over the rules of crenel. !Hat never ward. misunderstanding the other. 'hl'l tnt him everythingt\\ us it happened I with entire free jtaaage on the Transit ,.
.. Broiighton who, to my utter ustonishnu-nt. mind, 111. if )your p.Kir lilll" rO\'l'r I h.idn l he situ| ke III 1 hurried voice, holding both I had loved und lo.st. Kissing me tenderly Rail mail for.family and
was: neither old n >r uglv. butdx'idedly the >t ,' thl cruelly you would have Iii)' bands III his : "Good-bye! It is all over be softly quoted the wordy of the jK>et : Personal effl't
reverse. In utter bewilderment, I Ilu.kCtlllt l wo.i.: between us, und I thank !Heaven that I discovered to the station nearest the land purchased.
'Tis to have loved and :list
AIm while I felt mv f.tco growing, crimson "It was all under" I said, half cross, my' mistake( before it was too late, btttr TITLE COMPLETE, being derived by
to have loved
i t with, conf I-i.11\. Mr. Broughton was tall, half amu-ed. its \\.' all sat under the lime for 1 woman may lakl or mar a man's hap Thal leVl'r ut all. grant from the United State
fcroad-sIiouldercJ.. : and certainly not more Ire und talked tdxiiit the heart and) uwlI.urclat
match, faintas
pi 11 ess. (lood-bvu !r' My grows weary my hope from the State
ban 3U years of age with u kind open face, y1 have I 1..I.lc'uluf determination," hl'I he left mile, and walking 1 few paces the days glide by, with never word from
and pleasant brown eyes that contracted fordbly w'd Hel'l to la..I1. toh"UI\\'t'f; fur,oct turned I. bis face softened und his voice Jaf.h. who. 'iterhafis, may be in a luuch-
T with bH fair hair and m iiistn.-lie-not lf.1 '' f.I' 011 Wtlh hV' changed to one of loving, reproachful en SUII tar: -ult l"lhl'ct.. but for that SOLICITED.:
fcand-ioine, B I far as! regularity of features th. nilit that the fate of bung onyoar treaty. "N >ra, you might have trusted) fl'. hope I think 1 should 111 ago have been
W.1l1t, but altogether brave and' manly lookj. reply" Oh, my darling, my (darling, camel! Oh, sleeping in th quiet llrdl-rlfl. Descriptive H\tad CIUCTLAB.S mailed on
t a nun who one intincUvcly, felt. was to "There lire moments," be replied !!,hied surely it i I.+ I mistake' It U I glorious> n II'thl month of application. ,
,b' hoii'ired and trusted. Such was my first one needs 11 un'lcl'll'rlllllall'1 ; but I III- He held out his arms. Oh. the pathos, May ; th..rl. ure bustle and cUlfu"111 on the CIIAS. W. LEWIS: ,
;Jrniiression)# of H-imld Broughton.. us. in theAwkward pure you i quite al.wulll to put IU en the yearning that one wool. or." c III- pier ut Kln,' tlwlI. The evening sun U Land lontr. {
.: I :, pause that fotlowe( btnkiM upi t'IIlt tftlil'Jm. Ibl't \'UI think MI, vc..1! Often: und' often since, Iht Mi shining on the ridge of blue mountains und cor. Beach and Seventh Cuunb Sts.
tll i bis face, IIn.1hen turned to Helen und yourself, Nora1-Miiiling up into my tilll'. h'11: of the night, have I wept vain, Uit making the deep' blue waters. of the bay glisten Ofc(
tr husband, who both 'l'm\,1 I hUblv "Hut it's nit' worth an argument: For ,h'ttl at the thought of that last, \1\111 und sparkle likediamonds ; and the mail .lUtC .
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? E sed. The. little mystery was soon ex'tklained pity's sake.don't let us fall I out aIN,lit tTt ttt'S'; which 1 I Il'jl'h'l !Lot was boat is steaming in, with the sunlight; dancing --
,, and tat much laughter.. There wasI I real trouble may not bt so far off (ruin any uplo.a that "I'lIt iirMr> w a" stronger.Weak I on the foam und! spray that followed in ion SAM:,
f.t' s' o'il 1 I Mr! 1?t., ig'iton ;" it was all Hflen'aa of u\" foullsb" I W** I felt proud! her wake. Standing on the deck Coco r11 \J fEXCHANGE: for improved city pn'prely -
I ; "lit.\ jr'ni"-iui "I l iii-inj than deigbte! lut tin l> l't talk in enIgmirts,1Lircld ; you areveryerr.r of the storm I 11 Irilat :>t> an l quell with uword : scanning the shore, his face bronzed an I ,
plct'.rttuf lur liule plot, riic 'lau.;h, how tday Clnrlie: was the l lust ero- all! re> u.l to bring him to mv feet aged I is Harold the hem otNora's 80 ACHE OF GOOD, RICH
.. wee u.-..k" the Kg of furmality U-twcvu us. gust playvr I evtT knew.. and he never did! 1 ruUirat-d Ids living entreaty)' with a in.>ck- 1 Jt"t )rr, Irlujhtun.. til light of anticipation !LAND,
and we *Km got on capitally: together, Dartflen 11\.thll hICI) tlI. !rag: little courtesy and laughed!-actually in his dark eyes us hr springs onShore on this:Island ; fifteen culin.ton. *
I a lwjy so bright and hurry and yet AIII who, [U tbUjrivat! player I! IIuhlI--i.! the fare of the man: whose ali hastily enters the train that I U For Infurwatun,arl\ tit
\ i .(\ t and loving -no wonder her Illh.I : It he a myth, character in 'book u\'lly
I I y .. u u or what n..hl1 II'ar.upte1 him to lake the first standing by the platform. Leaning luck 8U1IKEK.
idolirej and almost w rahlpPl-d| bin Charlie? Who can he be?" Or \\leu think of it now, and in the carriage he folds bbs arms and seeue I 37_ Mansion Jluse.. F-

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TUB l FLOnrDAIIHHOn:\ : OCTOBER 15.Acconlin '

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1 : : : : yir: M: o it (1.t N i i N i: "flj .
'll.l.H"S 01,' B..U1'1I'S I Itailrnndt.! 1"1.0W\( A: WESTERNRAILWAY. : I fiOIXU; K.VT-KT. :\IIKH DIVISION.Tuestlityf .

( S n I'' I1I .- .. -- .. .--..- ---- ..- SAVANNAH ( Tlmrttlnyf rind S-idirtluyt.)

Lomb.mlmi.,, the Po now 'l'DII-;: OAK1) [,ave St. Mark-......... ........, ......... I:l.tI.i 11.111. bc JkJJJy
to '$ 11I1l'h' I'dillll'lIt' IIi \)111111.1 inter Sunday, Aug.: 2-, I 1SS1( Passenger (.tine \\11 k It lIa.,........ ......... ........, 12.iOa.m: :: .:
irmViMrtHint-i T dnelly; due to OF TIIK Trains on Mlle road will run as: !follows Arrive Tallahaxsit1..,.... .......N.N. 1..HI..III..
f'IIl.rI.\, the increase .hl'lIIll) ._
forests ami the FLORIDA TKAXSilT: 11A1LKOAD : Fast Mail. Jack'villt -- -- .!F
the COII"Ca:
the ,1(,-'ll'Ill'ti"lIl1l IIII'rl'11I',1 denudation of the Alps.2ru Daily, Express.Except : CONNECTIONS.: : : .:;. <.{..... -,.

}r nch 1-iu.iiww estimate that tlia .lellaof l'I'\J\mT.\1t:: : : lUIr.nOAD I : Mmday. Dally. Both East: null West bound train". meet nt

hilt" advanced I at a tutu far greater (1litlslo( / Brie(,",) Leave Savannah f for Live Oak nnd! connect .ilh :l'l.l: 11'11111111 :Savannali '
; 1 1, KTI.tJiNllll'i
tuu Phone did 1 previous to tho cultivation of itsp'vr'iVm Florida. .................. l.-M. p. m. 10.15 p.m. Florida &: Western Railroad: for u. S._ .MA ;

nan it IlIlhe 1'.al'tl'rII UI\1I\.1 :t1ttswher-; I .\ if> Leave .Ic-up! ............. :8.40 1'. m. :.!.tn a. m, Savannah nnd .\I hllll: )'.

uutaiii slope has been stripped, inrii.ieiit FKKXAXDIXA: t JACKSONVILLE:; : Leave Wayrross! ......... ,",.011'. III.1.:1.; .; n. m.Arrienl ]Passengers-: Chnltnhoochce River: ; Iloati leave Cedar
) Will Key
ravines quickly form and ciiliirjrow UAlLltOAD.I Callahan...,.. 7.-1\1':\ Iii. 7l2a.m.AirixeJacksonville. : conned with steamer Ribcccii Everinghan

as to excite the IIlIl'lIti"lI1I1'j."I'II.o. .... 8.1") I'. iii. 8.15n.. Thursday for \ pnlurhirulu. 10'111,1111\1 I
thinli rapidity everv FOR NEW ORLEANS] EVERY OTHERFit
Leave Jacksonville I .... 7.5.> a, iii. 5.25 111I'rJ'I' \
and EnCouuects
SI. This is: especially: the case ercrJ'iiun'lav\ :; for Columbus, -
.; Mncl.IOp:1: : of Maryland, cJellrrtia In 1-tfect) M 1 wita the covered with i Leave Live Oak......... :2.25 p.'m. with steamer O. Jordai 1
Vlubama, previously pine Gunb.y
nnd fireMs:, The b.ack earth of Russia, one\ of Leave Callahan: ......... $' .40 a. m. II,:!,) 1'. ill. l'non'11111.:; .". Apalachicohi, Fla.., 111145evely'l'uesllaJ' 1I I -

tiiocli'ef" ldl1rCI':4of the ugriciiltnrul; wealth oiTir.> ; Arrive at Wayeross..ll.lO u. III, \ :\ for Columbus, ami EufaulaConnects :
Leave Waycro......., 0.50: p. ill.
is quickly cut into liege ) \In.
up Leave rernandina. .00 11.111.l.l'1. .
lit'rivinc! and the linest soil ill Europe, i:1I: heii'i Hart's: 1G k81' 0.17 a.m Arrive at .I'.MII'.I, 12..V:. :! 1'.111. 11.05; p. m. nt Luke City with trains on the : OTIIKU SATURDAY.PARSONS : .

r.ipullv carried uway to increase: the deltas"of l. Leave Callahan .. I 10.52: a.m Arrive :Savannah;; ........ 3.001'. 8). 2.00! a. m.Passengers ,. Florida Central Railroad for Jacksonville

the VohB and the D.m and to silt up Leave Mutton..I1.2 1 : a.111. ; from Savannah for llrun' vie k; and St. Johns Ri\er, Fcrnandina inn CedarKey. -

the :Soa of Azov. During the great llomNnf Leave 111"111111I1"1I1l'1I( 5..11..4411.111: take the Fast Mail, arriving at Rrunswick I 0p. WILLIAM O. AMES: ,

1.-J JJ nnd 1MIW in Franco and Switzerland Leave Rddw'in\ t-M: >:J |,.m. m.Passengers, General Passenger .! gent tt\ HALE, Agents,
leave Brunswick:' at O.0:! u. m.. .
the w.KHU'd soil.s: alums I'lIpl',1 beiiu wallll..j Ll'a'I.IIlovllll.: .'. !11.311: ;{ p.m -- -- 9-13t Cedar Key, Fla.)
the ofUiYYi.i arriving at Savannah, 3.00 p. m. ToRIDA I CENTRAL RAILROAD.JACKSONVII.I.K. ,.,, '
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BW.IV. Tno immunity'of provinces Leave l Lawtey .. .13.ni.: Y j- -- T-I J-1.L1JI

and Bergamo; from", lama" e by the Leave 'Temple's\ ( ........ .................. I.-"'> '. 1'etssrngcrs for Darien take the Fast Mail ( -- SUMMER: sc IIII: > UM:!

.......r t1,11)4\ ): of 1$71vue chiellv 1 hue to fortst.il ; _l.viSturL'i_.... ___.. __. .n.n.n.. ....._._.._._.._.._.__._._ 1.34_ : 1'.111.. __.., Passengers leaving Macon( at ;.(H) 8. m. : 11.l'l'l.: : 1:, 1881.
improvements.;; ;; : t During/ ten years: .1 tin Leuve'1'hnrturi 1..">1 ,.m. (daily except Sunday) (connect JcMip with Commencing/ this: date, trains on this road THE KTEAMK1W

ocpirtmeiit; of the Lower Alps lost sixtyone Ll'a'c"ald.I..f.. 2.:111'.111.: I the Fast: )ltaillr; Flor tIIl. will inn ns follows :
from Florida by t lie! Fast Mail( 1 .*
th ,u:+ultl acres of cultivated I s'lIl. !I''III. Leave (:tainesxille. a.\1! :;\> ,.m. Passengers: : UOI.NO Wr-: 4T.J'dANfiyei'. $- '. ---

tlieuvcts ut'tirrentM'; and the clearing/ ol Lctive .AiTcdoiulo..... ......... ......... :'i..r>:2 connect lit Jesnp a with 1 train arriving III Macon 'f/I. j ST. JOHNS | g J CITY POINTy )
i. i.m..m. at 7.50( III. daily (exl'I'Itullclay.:; .) l t
of tie .\rt 'lhe has resulted in
till forests: Leave Matton ... 4.07 Cars tlll'l'\'l1ill/-t train Leave Jacksonville 11:05: n. w. UIO.: .,. m. *
the covering up of seventy thousand I acres Ll'U\'Archer.............................. 121.11.! Palace :Sleeping: on / t tdntly I Leave White llun e..l1 :ai" 0:15): "
Ll'tWl'I'1IIa'lllll1l1h and Jacksonville
of jot.I'hllall.1 with barren. sand and gravel.It : Lt'Il\'l' ::
1),011'.111. Arrive; Baldwin.11'55 r
Charleston and Jacksonville: I Macon andJacksonville.
i is tnoiight by many that vegetation elevates Leave Otter 5.40 '.m. : Leave Baldwin. ...,...... 10:10: '

the :surface his much ns water de Leave Il11se1v11"sl.N ................... No change of bcW'l'lIlIIl1l1h! :; and 1
& Tliis, tuweverc.ln only I bet licensewaeii Arrive Cedar ; cars "
preit.: .
Key t.5p.el. and Leave Sanderson 11:22:: :
Jacksonville and Macon( Jackson vi lle.I'asse11gers .
itural vegetation is suttcred to
n decay Leave Olustee. 12:08: a. in,
: :
Macon at 7.0:! .
leaving 8tenunect
on tncgr mud III which it grow. In the case at Jesup' with the evening train for Leave Sit. Carrie........ 1l:1): :: -7 =
of cultivated crop, which only partly re- 5..0 "
Leave Cedar Key. > a.m. .\rm-eI-akeCity.. 1:00:
of Florida daily.Passengers ,. .. _.
to the soil this elevation the surface
t WI -- --
cannot take place; und its compensating) !/ effect t: Leave Leave Otter Rosewood! ...' O.lIla.llI.TAN) 11,111. from Florida by I the Expresstrain Arri.ln.."bak......... 2:45: ; n."in. WILL leave I'nJntknlIllIl! Fernandina intermediate((JneksonTilk landings .
lost denudation connect at Jesup arriving At rive Tallahassee. 8:00)
iK-ing is relatively
Leave 7.-I:: 11.111. on tho St. Jolin's River and Savannah
at Maeon 7.05 a.111. daily.Passengers ArriveCliattahoochee.Arrive 12:25: :: inIOINO .
from this cause alone. p.
greater Ll'aA".IIl.r.... tt.lii; 11.111. from Savannah forOainesville :.. and Charleston, as flows :
Hence! : it appears that one result of man'siiitlueiiee .
Leave Itatton s.is: 11.111. : p. in.
; by laying bare large I rm.ts.IIr land I Leave Arredoiid.. 8..rS: a.m. the Cellar Key and train.Paxsemiers Florida. Transit Road take Arrive Cedar Key....., Ii:."..) Io'rollI"crl1nnt1inn

f.ir cultivation, has been greatly to increase Leave (Oainesville: !. !>...ti a.m. Express from Savnnnah for ;Madison, Arrive Ocala............. 7:00: FOR JACKSONVILLE AND PALATKA,
the erosion of the surface. In some instances
Leave Waldo .: a.m.
however, the action of man ba!;$ lA-avcThurston.10.51a.m. Monticello, Tallahasseennd Juincy take this ( KAST. ; ..,- EVERY WEDNESDAY.- .

been; to check the natural transport of sediment. Leave Starke.11.11 a.m. trisin.I'iicngersfrom. 14rsacayrr. ,1I11n.

.. This especially\ { has been.done in the Leave Temple's! .....................I I.K) a.m. ticello and Madison( Quincy lake the Tallahassee Express: trllill.IIICl.tlllg Mon-, Arrive Jacksonville.... 2:00: p} mil. fl.50 a. m. From Fcrnnndinn
case of shiftin.: saim-duncs: and encroachments Leave Lawtev .U.:'I7; a.m. at Tclu-auville Arrive White 1I01l!>l'.. 1:28: Gab FOR SAVANNAH CHARLESTON
of the soil. Along that of the sleeping-ears" 0.10 AND
part Leave Maxville) .12.a: !> p.m. Arrive hanstvin.N.. 5:55: "
French coast which extends from the (n. Leave llaldwin 1.101'.111. 1' tit ALBANY EXPI5ESS.: : Leave Baldwin.......... 1:10: ;KVKUY FRIDAY.-Oa

rondo to the Adour.\ the sea throws up annually Leave Hrandy ISranch................. 1.2.4 p.m.Uave Arrive Darbyville. 5li3: "
one million two hundred ami. forty- \Duttou 1.14 (p.m. Leave Savannah daily at....... 4.25' }p. ill. Arrive Sanderson. 4:10: Close connection Hindu with steamers fo

live thousand cubic metres of sand which Leave C.illalian.......................... -.--' p.m. Leave Jesup ........ 7.15 p. ill. Arrive Olustee. 3M: llellunviihe( nnd Enterprise} also with't'tenJl1'
tiie wiiid h""I'oI1I1': into hills and, carries: in- Ixavo Jlart's J:std!. :I.:!.) 1'.111.Arri11 I.l'a; 'Tebeauvillc\ ..... .. 0.35 p. ill. Arrive \It. Carrie' :50::! ers for Ocklnwaha River,; also' "t b'avnnnnb
I t.III.I.1 overwhelming/ villages: and converting ..... with f'1'lIl1tt'r4litr New York Philadelphia) ,
Fernandina 4.00 p.m. Leave DuPont ...11.55: p. nt. Leave Luke City.,.. :3:30:
stream into "marshy' plllll The annual ... ..__ Boston. amid Baltimore.and( hunt "tun with
Arrive Thomasvillc ........ 5.00 -
a m
progress of the.e sand-hills was, so great Trains daily, except Sunday. Arrive Ha in bridge ........ fU5' a. m. Leave :Live (iIk.N.N:.:: l:00: -l} ill. !stenmers for New York, Philadelphia, Haiti-

that III "many' parts. of Bretagne the tops of 0 H_ __. _._, __ Arrive Albany ....... S 1.) U. III. LI'II\.eTullahll Sl'l'. 0:10:: ( ?.. more. nnd with Northeastern' & South Curiolimi -
l'II lIl.ll'\,1I ah>ii vo a sea of :sand alone marked h hti I Lenvl'IIHtllv: ........ 4.45p.m.( ( Leave ChattnlmoclMpe.. 2-30::; ) Railroads: for routes North, 1'at-t;- and

: : site of buried villages.. Tho amount"' ofduneland 1'KXIXSULAll RAILROAD, Leave Baillli'lcl ........ 5.00 p. m. Lcaveluinesville.: -::::::- --'--.):.{.) n." i. West.FIRSTCLASS.

in Western I:.trop. alone! has ((11 ubl'> JifiUU-h.) Leave 1 hint uasville ........ $..I l5 '. iii. Leave Cedar Key 5.30:: PASSENGER: ACCOMMODATIONS. : ..

ti"'emi estimated to euvernlure than millionncres I Arrive Du Pont ........ 1.15a.m.I [.('11\0 Ol'ai:1..N. ...... 5:13: .
; and still larger\ deposits exist ill parts UOINU SOUTH. ---- .- -. _.
Arrive Tebeauvillc ........ :3.55 a. in.Arrive .
of .11'rhea. Asia ami .\'I'"' <':I. The dcstruction 1 Lcavc"al.lo Junction. 2.45! p.m. Jesup ........ 0.15a.m. Mail( (train connects nt .iaeksonvillewith Through! Tickets and Staterooms sccnredA;
ciused I I ny thesehiltin.r! sands has. from thc Savannah, Florida'c ll.rt1 Railroad nnd all information/ furnished' oillcc, corner '
Leave Santa Fe. 3.1 IS p.m. Arrive Savannah ........ n.II a. inSlcepingears : .
nn l'.lrt.lat.., attracted the attention of governments Leave Hawthorne. 4.05p.111. and at Lake ('itwilh the Jacksonville- Centre nnd Second t-trectf. '

) : and the result hits been to check( Leave L"t'h 10011.\. 4....) p.m. run through between Savannah sacola it Mobile I 1 : Railroad I for l'lullluhoot'lceuIHlllllt'rIIll'llinh' \ 20-ly P., A. ''NO T.. .
and Albany without ..
daily ,
tiir!1 ravages; ))' careful planting.! Thus hasmil's change.Connection stations.Passenger -- '
Leave Orange) Lake.r:. 5..tO( 1'.111. '
at with
Albany daily
\ ill 'l'1I1111"Pl'lI successfully opposed, IIII"SI'lIaj.l'r (twin heels nt Baldwin for
Arrive 7.001'.111. trains LJlllh'a11 Southwestern Railroad I cnn : For Tuiiiim nnd lacy WON,
to the! of the! agencies which have on
and from all points/ on the Florida Transit e
caned tuuseendICSS wastes of drilling sands lioIN'J NORTH. 4 to and from Macon, Kuf.iula, Montgomery or Peninsular! Railroads./ VIASfonniNlilp '

I in iiand..Peru. and the United I States" and Leave Oeait..5......................;:.1.) II.III. Mall steamer, Mobile,leaves New Orleans Hainbridge, ere for j. s. MCELROY: A1i1'A CO'S, LINK, ".
I1 fie! devastation Aptllachicola rl"
which has
resulted\ ii'| the Leave Orange Lake ....<. 7.0 a.m. 1 and Columbusevery andSaturday. l Muster TnuiM: >'n. :. ; .-. -4 If
firm; ition of the l(tl,1if G.iscony, :S.ilom Leave l ochloosa: 8.30: 11.111. Tuesday W. 31(. DAVIDSON: : Superintendent.Hook .I

11111 I Brenne, and the Campino uliIIot': Bel Leave Hawthorne. 0.15 : .. .
n.llI. Close connection rot Jacksonville -
Jnao' daily
111111I.CI"lId'ITII' utl.
Leave :Santa: Fe.. 0.45 a.m. (Sundays excepted) for (;reen Cove :Springs;( : .. -.- .. -* and Stationery.HO ,. ,.
Arrive 11'uldoJlnctinn 10.15 --
a.m. .t. Palatka
Augustine, Enterprise, Sanford/ rh\.
sncietL JAsr.iACL's ov .1.\1' and all landings on St. Johns river.. RACK II It I': \\',
--- --- --
l.\'l'/n L 1(J l'tJJ!. Trains: on B. tC A. R. 1 R. leave junction,

It is always ilillicult/ to draw tlio line between FERNANDINA t\ JACKSONVILLE; i going west l, at 11.37 a. in., mid for; Brunswick Wholesale! and Retail

instinct and reasoii, between adjus- RAILROAD.i 1 'at 4.40 p. in., daily, except Sunday. CARRYING THE U.
ThroilLrli Tickets sold nnd I'ICl'IIIII. .L'! .t''lo\IItY
1 tine uetliiii duo to hereditary !! lIrBl'rths
susclcss Boons
par -
habit and adjiistivo action due\ to individual I i.11I1'U) wi IIg.rumll Car aceumiiii11HitIinns ;( ; ; ;
and l pur1i.ire i adaptation. But We may be In l;;fart .M ty jill,, 1SS1.GOIXO !>secured Bren's Ticket Olllee, No. 22 Aid MUSIC, O.

K-.t-t ditli\ lent in accepting as evidence ot Bull street, and at the! Company's Depot! foot, : mcn'

t.io latter cases where animals exhibit a 8OCTH. of Liberty street. 50 WEST HAY STIIET, Key-,

p itv.r of adapting' their uctioni to meet the JAR L. TAYLOR:, every Monday ut 4:00 1'. m., for
requ.rements of novel (:circumstances Leave f J.'ernandillu..lI.IO 11.1I1.5.30 p.1II."clive Oencral; Passenger A ('III. JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA. .

eir.-uul-tunces which cannot be :snpp'i.sed' : to Hart's Road...... 11.4.J: a.m. & (Lot (p.m, J. S. TYHON. Master: of Transportation.: Tnmpu, Itffuimfec,

have boon ofbiuliou'iitly friuent' occurrence Arrive Jacksonville..12.50, : (I.III.7.0..; (p.m. II. S. HALVES: General' Manager. 30JACKSONVILLE And Ilriiidcnfovru

1.th life-hist.iry of the M|eciw to have developo.1 iOINO NOllTII. ---- ,.:.: School IIoolcN, ulllvcr SIN.J..y..r;.

( instincts of mechanical resji nso in PENSACOLA; AND -- .. and every Monday und ,Thursday lit 4.00
th individual.! It is in view of this consid-! Leave[ Ju.ksonvilll..X.''O a.n.. it 3.10 p.m. ': RAILWAY. aiul Ot.e..i S .urnboI\C..... (p. m. fur' .

l'.ailthat: : the following iiiitances aresckvuil. Leave Hart's Ru nil.......!0.45 a.m. & 4.15 p.m. -- ..----.---------- --.----
Arrive 1'ernandina..1Q.25 a.m. & 4.50 (p.m. On and after Monday, May 2, 1881, Trains I MALLORY'S I'lintu ItiiNMu tiled "'(
Abrinlnvordsin on this road will run daily as follows : 11 'lt.
his .Ktudesdo Nu tin" Double Trains daily except Sunday ,_ 1

nn o.jvrva.ioii: of his UWI1II1J Ffu>e.i. Tile OOINU WKHT.: "'I.OlnnSTIINIlII.. I,I Ml.Only .
ants: were engaged in building walls, and Connections mndo at Cedar Key with the,
Leave Lake City.........12.30: : p.m.
w.ie.i tlio w riv was nearly completed there CONNECTIONS.AT leave! 1VeIburu..NN.... 1.20) Direct I.I no to New Yorh. Florida Transit! Railroad fn,in mid to all)
Mill: r..illIIIIC.1 an inter-p.ice uf twelve or leave p.m. points North und \\ ot ; at I'nntii Uuttu. with

li.leo'i! mdlimetres to bo covered in. -Foru FEHN.VNDIXA. Fl..'., ..Iluustan..NN.. .. -'- ---.-.. IM: ..p.m."--- :: Slcnmer fur Fort Mycr, Fort Ogden,- und

in niu nt the ants were) thrown out and With New York and Fernandina Steam- Arrive Live Oak......... :!.IM) 1.11I. ", --- -\ Pine Level.

th.':11I d inclined to have their wnr.;, buts ship Line from New York on Tuesday, at U! Ixjuvo Live Oak........... :!.;>I 0 (p.m. H fi 'llrlut1 Tickets are on sale at Fcrnnn-
t.i turned instead Leave C'uster........ ..... '
: tougrass plant /growing a. m. or 4.00 (p. m., and for New York on 2.14p.m.Leave ltla, Ju'kuu\'II( Gainefville, mul (('da
Ji cl 11:1-.Ir,.. till. i i.ijr. narrow leaves uf whim rail Thursday after arrival afternoon trains. Klkuille..77..i.: : !: : : I I'.jl---; -- .Y ) '. (' rutcf, for all' rrinci--:

t iA -tier. They ehll.tltl: nearestandv With Georgia: ; and Florida Inland Steam- Ix-avu lladiun..N... I t5 1'tll. -.r"' lull'ullht on the Gulf Coast. *
w >l its distal enl with damp earth un heat J.
Ctlml'all.from Savannah ---- Cen'I Ap't
til its daily except I.ruvcireenyille..N: : THE FINE: STEAMSHIPS: M.OALPJIN. ,
upcx just bunt down to the space to Monday ; forSavannah daily 5.15p.m. K Key'Fl
h. C l\'l'r\.I. Untortunately the h'n,1'a'l except Sunday (..l'avclIdlla.............. ( (
i-l too With Charleston.Steamer. :; from Savanmihuid ..... i.lOp.m. ._ __. a._ WKHTKIKX! TIJXAS.CAIT.: T
i-.tf.tii thv' extremity, an 1 it threatened l to : Charleston on Wednesday and Sunday ; [x>ave Iriftou..N..N. 0.40 p.m., ;: "bT. MARY'S RIVER Qt
< bn-.tk.
To prevent this misfortune the ants (','r Savannah and Charleston Tuesday and leave Monticello......... 5.50 p.m. HINES l I :: ,
'i.vc-1 l at the) base of the leaf until it bent
ul ,.ig its wh le length and covered tho spacerepiirtHl. 'riday.With Steamer flora from St. '[/'ave Lllyd'd..N.:::::::: -7.15 p.m.;;:--- CITY OF AMAN. STEAM PtcK1I'' COM1'AN'T.

But us this did not scent to be Bandings) on Wednesday and Mary's Friday River for Ix'aveChaires'_ -...... ..... .7..101'.11I. WAIT. RISK
q 1'i.ttf e.iough they heapeil damp earth be- St. Mary's( River Landing: on Sunday and Arrive/Tallahnssee...... S.25: p.m.
11.t'U the b.i>e of the plant and that of the Wednesday. i.lalvu'1'ullahaise......... H..10 p.m. ONE: of the nbove Sleamers will leave

leaf until, the Utter was sulliciently bent. AT C.U.L\ll\N. leave Midway\ .......... :y.ai: pjn.Ixave for New York every Thurs 1.
Ailter they had attained 1 their object '
thev -- --- day on arrival of afternoon trains
baM; l ni; (he btutreviiig-leaf the material's To and from .Savannah at 10...; a. in. and [ llnineyNN..10.2: : \>.in, Jacksonville( nnd Cedar J Key. from!

n.M iire-l |I.r building; thcarche I skit J.'JO: p. in. Leave 31(t. 1'IeasunL.11.01!! p.m. This line, having no transfers to make TIIK $TE.tMEWI l

ThU observation naturally: leuds to two AT B.\ f\VlN. FL.'., Arrlvo Chalta. RiverIlfip.Hi.- -- ;'" betweenFERNANDINA

others I by two different observers: Tim<, To and from Tallahassee at 12.i20 =- ;:--.7 == ...=: ....-;,..--:-=-.::::;.::::-: F I, 0 n.lAUTIA, "

u,loggridge.'.;r.iti.iu of I -Captain -- ----rjT .,.

l'l.rct..1| thniugh their galleries belonging tow AT LOCH LOOS A, FLA., ( Thnr IIl'flllill growing l on the l ', and 8EUVJCE.1E5
., ii.h waip rft rolel by two ants, one pullliU With Steamer Alpha for all itoints and 'x-ave: Tallahassee.............NN..... 0.00 U.II1. -
( at the Inc end of the root lUll I the other( 1 andings on Orange Lake, on arrival of 1'cn- Leave Cltattahu.lClll'c..................10.10 a.m. AND CHEAPEST: TRANSPORTATION The Flora )leaves Fcrnnndlnn for

gnawing? ut its libers where the strain wusrcatt'Joot i insular Railroad Train. Arrive--.!- .$1:.Marks.:::..:..... .....,.._..._..:...10.35a.m.. .: TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS. River findings every Monday, "'StMon',
until at length it -- ------ ---- --'- and "
gave way. AT OCAL.1.11'ith on Tuesday
A.cam. as prevl iii,lv tpioted in another (,,*1\1. 001.NO KA,;T. M Vegetables) and Fruits will receive H edal ,silly 'rlllu-rc.turtlg 'LuJ
ne-n III, ho ways that two ants ttotuetimescotu'jiiitf Htaze; Line to and from liruoksville tare in handling. The Maltha
their eir.irtt daily t'Xl'el'tUllliay.:; x-avcChatta. River-... &.;:11) 11.11I. li'av(8 Fernandina for .am
near the base one Matiouing itself :Tuesday, Thursday and from (Leave Cliittuhtkwhee.l.i: H a.ui. I 11111t1'ry Tuesday! ) Thursday end .
of u f.iotstalk: and gnawing at Saturday; PASSENGER: ACCOMMODATIONS AREFIRSTCLASS. lay-returning )
the nut of I Ocala and TallllJa on Monday, Wcdnexlay x-aveMt. I'Jcu.tqjlltU511.1I1.. every Monday Wonf
greatest ten ion
p > while the uther -- : und Friday, u 4\\
hauls up MI and twists" it. j 11IItlo'ritlay. xtivc
TJIH other observer to whom I have ATCEUAB KEY, FLA. Leave )lillwu ..*.. ('. It u.m. Tho '
re IIlllM
erred is Mi-dole who -- -- ...... traveling puhlio are offcm! the ad- ..rooK. .',LadlIK
I in Alii 8.iya harvest With Steamer: Miller to and from Pcnsaco- Arrive'rultaha.i.e.!! .... 7.:011.111.:: vantages of n DIRECT: 1.1WITHOUT
'rica that
lUjinu lie has seen the Ixmve Tallab ANY CIIANO t.'i. Connections by SIALLORY'8 LINK of Steamers
wirkersin several 1 la on Monday and Friday. )>w- '. M.ooa.m. made ut to all
(leave the inintat ----- 'Yrnandhm[ with nil Ktcumhont iwhlls( on the Bt. Mar'n.
for all ,
w ilo.i they hud With Steamers Clinton and 'salve (ilair&.N.: : ;
begun u cutting. ascvnd the J/W-JMW for .... M..jJ u.ul 1. '''lllIt.un the !bt.
b.4: l U 111I,1 ;I..I>l.i a" far &.olwan1"'t"u {lointai New Orleans! on Friday ; from New Orleans! x-avo Lloyd's....... IJ.O a.,,,. Indian Rivers, and John's with the Ocklawnha: and Clone
Transit hall
p iv tlile. The bl.1l.'a." thus borne d.iwn- m Saturday ; from Havana and K..yVC t, Leave Monticello.- ::: a.ni'M rlllIlut IVrnundimi COJJCtC.OI
., .. fJJJlJ for all railroad tatlon
w it a.id as tho for Vest 1
tin Fri-Uy Key
ant and
i raye tllll'l and 1I'lwlllt Havana on Leave Drifton. 0.45 mil Gulf om! In Florida undo with( the ;yew '
r.'illy 1 >eeme 1 that she was taking advamage Saturday: a.m. j Yurki Charlft n and
elf the! lever ue thu heave Aucilla.10.10 a.nu"Lcave : Savunnuh st'Jcn.
gaine.1. atid was brit;; With Florida .t Havana Mail Steamship FREIGHT AND
I'I.r tie "'aiuiii.Mit ( Jrwnville....... : PAHHENGER: RATESAH : "
f.ircoti l .ir uikui the C.( ins iian v'* :ott'UIJ1t'1'II I for Key feat and Taiuu .IU.35a.tii. GOOn
friauiv. Ji: tw..or thrtvcaetheiv iwiul on Mondiy and Thnnnlay. A-ave Mwlhi.n..11.41): LOW AH BY INDIRECT: LINES: ACUMMQIATiQ ,
l'. by* 4 iUvision/ of a.m. .
I.1b'lr.' that !ii tn H.IV', With Steamer for totnU the S Lenvclhlal'ille....N..1L55pui... 6.30 r.r Pashonp-ers. 4 '
w ale the cutter at than ( on usance a.lII. KxcurhlonfrfQ( 'tuu '4 owwt
.-. jFiT-Throuxh Rates
rr kept on with axis! huh hi'o(
i his w 'r< another ant climbed the itrau. liver, on Thursday 0 a. in. IA.'Uv.-ClUlu.r....;.,.. .NN 1.2J p.rn'' tn all points, Lading will 'Hiul this a very attractive tripi Nehto'CI'ry :

il.Ja-1, and i applta lie |Miwfrnt theoppwte For information re |*xiJnj; routes, roles, Arrive Live Oak.......... 1.40. p.m.' For pa-saago or: further Irifonnation I if grand, and aUgbtor; aud;
Er.i | )rilia( lever This/ p hiti.n mav-liave err, apply to L.etsve live. Oalf..... .-... :.lfJ 1'.111. tn applyR. / alI, abundant.jpi .

t 11.Ib i 1 a.imu n; Tme u.i" !of kntal. but it certainly lul A. O. )Mu-DONELL: L(-ave Hoii.ton..::7.7.: 2.32" p.m:; ; --- W.: fOUTfI.W.t'fit; eilartrrril Either l for of i-ur the>ion above fttmfn cent .
time J
J.o,.Md41'&kl( v .Iulltaf*' <*' WiperaUoiw- firn'l Ticket awl I.a.... Agent. leave Wi-llorn. ....?... :3/io j..m. fllallllh13.' I1'or Anther( Jlrtht ti ) .*
.tJI4./I.l/. C. 1L MALLORY CO. ,
D C. !
MAXVUL Gcn'l ) ,
tl1l't. :1 ..\ul''e A. 1$. NOYEfcT.
lakeCIty. .. 3.45p.m. Pier :0 lui't: River, New York 2-tl 23v212v3: }'e"ndlnl Agent., Fla


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THE Jj-LO UlnA II1uont: at Williamstown.! The allied armies!' soon RAILROAD .10TIS. until almost: In sight of the St. John This l1cnrl, all.l although m the Tinted! Statesf" ,,'I',

k, .., __, _. -.::- -. -:------ .. 0.I -'. marched down to Yorktown, nail Investedthe business we are certain the Savannah, Flor sal General at Liverpool made dilior'IH
; Hritish. forces under Cornwallis!' who search, he could not find a bale,
; : .I TU/lTJA ; ()(} <)UKK Jl, M81, Two MORE ILtfr.lmou's.-By'refercnce: !! to ida and Western would cheerfully) resign to he had reliable information that there althmldl I '1
numbered about f nlo.( ( With. the Trench "u'
I ., our advertising columns the; preliminary the Jacksonville, PCtIsaletmla and Mobile. The some thousand bales of Confederate cotton
A VLEA VOll lULIlO.I1JS. fleet blockading the mouth of the York river in Liverpool fortnight before. !
notices for the incorporation of Mobile and New Orleans! business: for the Atlantic a
S A writer in the October Scrilmrr makes ft surrounded\ on all sides by American two more Where it went, and the manner of its di-
railroad they would also receive at Pollard
Cornwallis's companies will be found, one to he appearance, cOII"titnleone! of the most
strong plea for justice' towards railroads. and French troops, only hopewas called the and to Its destination without touching in-
Tavarcs, Orlando: Atlantic Hail- carry teresting chapters of the unwritten hNton'
Ho mc 'ts the point that railroads: arc public in help from the Hritish: army h in New road, and the other the Tavares fc Lake our tatl'when under( the arrangement mentioned of the late war. '

highways, and maintains that they are In York, Mill numbering 17,000 ; but he was: Monroe[ Hailroad. Tavares: is: the new town by the Democrat/ the Tcnsacola! road' Why the money belonging to the Confcd,].

no sense public property, but }private corporation forced( to surrender before any help could started by Messrs.! St. Clair Abranns and the Ten"acola and Atlantic would, get erate government was not withdrawn from
and the Hank of England at the time
and. arrive. This event closed the war, and was of time
!*' like manufacturing, banking Summcrlin on the neck of land lying between the business over their entire length, from crush, it is not easy to say. One of the reasons

1 ', other corporations ; that the relation of the the result of the admirable disposition made: bakes Kusfis: and }Dora in the the Junction to C'hattahoochce anti: do no given is that the officer mivlu, :

railroad 'corpnr.it ion to the public is simply i by Washington! and Itochambean. 'fhe aid western extreme harm to the Jacksonville, l'ensacola and Mo I check alone it could be obtained was out ..n m
carrier. It is authorizedto of the French and fleet were absolutely part Orange county, an account London ill. And when he did return it way \
i w troops
that of a common bile. I .
I which we publish (in another column too late.
l construct n railroad and to exercise: exclusively essential to !success.' as given by the Lake Kustis SriniTropleal. "'e trust our exchanges! in the East will I Three attempts have been made by the
railroad the functions of a 1 It 1 not n battle but a siege ]by land to this
that was
: Treasury get .
on article and show where Departmcnt money
our are
Of the two roads mentioned, the copy ( us we
t I carrier. Deriving Its right by grant naval forces in superior numbers against nn The first was in 1507. Thc American minis
h common one to Indian river would wrong that we may either defend our elf or
be a good move, ter )Ir. Heverdy Johnson!'! was told by Her
from the state, it Is subject to the control of inferior force in an Indefensible position.It but as!' the Sanford, Lake Ensth! & Ocala own our error. We do not believe that the Majesty's government that the money \would,

the state to a certain extent, so f.iras: such gave to the British Government an opportunity Hailroad, which is already chartered and 1 builders of the Tensacola! anltlantic roadsought be turned over to the Pnilclll:1tatl's: ns e.\

\ nIt control does not violate the contract between of closing a war they were heartily their ecutor, but if the American: go"ertll11l'ntl'laimc,1
t ) active work being done for its early charter to build np the ownersof
the state' and the corporation or trespass I tired of, and it put an end to a struggle! construction the Jacksonville Tcnsacola and Mobile the assets! it must! he responsible for
t would pass directly through; the the liabilities of the Confederacy. This: view
upon the gal.rlght I !' of t the corpora. which Americans could not hare carriedon new town of Tavares in making its north road without regard, to their own Interest or of the matter was not entertained by Mr

1 tors. As comn\on carriers! they arc bound much longer without foreign aid. In ern connection beyond, we do not sec how the welfare of Tensacola and West Florida, John'on, who advised, his government nt

t to carry all persons (not excluded\ by policeregulations 17ft the American armies were in as bad or line can be cllI'tcre,1'irtllall: the anew nor do we believe the charter was granted the condition upon 'which the money could
over ,
!' ), and if they are freight roads worse a strait as those of the Cod fed, crates in same route until the first company have forfeited with any such expectation, and we protest be obtained.Mr.. Houtwcll. : I, while Secretary of the Trca-

IF all goods (under the same restrictions) at 1 Rfi I-J.: The French aid was just in time tosave made to the
: their charter by non-compliance with nga lv-t. any policy tending to exclude any ury, an attempt get coveted

.5 .I certain established rates" It I Is also said I them from final defeat. the provisions of the law under which it rail connection with our State, as! inconsistent !ti(> )IHHI, < ). lie sent the lion Kenneth K.iy-

they must transport at reasonable! rates and 1'1 .tell/8-.tllS.. was granted] However, we do not presume! \ with sound ]business!" principles, illiberal itor nor of of the North Treasury Carolina, to, then London, as now, to, Polic see if
( it is provided in most states that they there will be and utterly behind the :spirit of the could not be devised
it is always matter of astonishment; to any clashing, as all that is", age. I some plan by which
S not make unequal\ rates for the same !service wanted i is the road! ; and we opine there The day the Savannah: Florida and Western! the government might. obtain this money
i discrimination. one passing: along the business !streets of K\ arc without becoming responsible for the liabif.itics .
to different or unjust!!' builds
k persons its line to Chattahoochec for
city to see the quantity of fruit exposed for not two of the present members of the connection of the Confederacy. Hut he was as unsuccessful
dll\rt.ft'ell'oad but who would be willing to with the PensaeoKi and Atlantic, as Mr. Johnson had been.
sale and doubt arises as to whether it call
But who is to determine what is reasonable a surrender their claims ami! honors to that hour all West Florida will advancc'in Since Mr. Hlalne has been in ollice he has
is discrimination i { ? The merchant's all be !toll. but the supply seems always the any also caused to be made but
what without
l? I or other parties who would value and Tcnsacola property will be, worth inquiry ,
give to
\ same and the dealers'" are always on hand guarantee results.
I is increased any
t : profit by a speedily build the road.! The road must bebtliht. twenty-fivc: per cent more than it is now.
Peach must have realized Imandsunmeprices } The money will probably remain in the
his hence lie is clamorous growers
t freight upon goods, .-XUM/A riuritla[ ,Juuti.'IOTrnu 1'ensdfola Gazette.MOKL Hank of England's until some more
\ reduction of The stockholder as I I find that the peach basket\ which, I vault
for h vigorous course any thus far taken Ii
IS of the road on the other hand, de. now holds! but t twelve quarts, sells for one .\ :' : (iuvxo PKVKI.OPMEXT) KOK TEX.SV-: : urn STATIONS. jloptet.-XcI Orleans Time*. .

and half dollars to two dollars basket: ('OL.t.-The Marianna( C'mirlir says: : In last!
,, j sires return for his money invested in the n per week's issue of the Hainbridgc Jtemorrat) The recent shipping disasters on our coast,

tt t road. The calmed! managers of the road, and! there is ready sale for all that arc offered find the following/ : we following those of Ia..t year, seem to pointto ia ITTIAX NA J10tT10X

1 r it would seem, who know the cost of running This:- would make the retail price about four It is now an open fact that the Savannah, the necessity of increase. of life-saving We know that at the time when the Great

and maintaining the road, would be dollars per hu- hc1. It would seem, therefore, Florida and Western Hail way is to be extended stations. The coast although not a rockyone Pyramid was bui. bronze hnpl'III'nt were
t .?'t, to Cimttahoochcc Florida, at an early in general U ('. mallfll'ture tin
worth the attention of Florida fruit
L I the most capable of adjusting freights upon our day, there to connect with the road( now or dangerous on account of :shoals and was needed. It would probably have been

/ i the basis: of the relation between the cost of growers to cultivate late as well as ('nrlyI'l'adles building( from I that point to Tcnsacola and reefs is yet a diillcnlt one to navigate under obtained from Britain, Holfemia, Malacca.: ( .

5 1 transportation and the nature and quantity for the Northern market Pears are Mobile. This latter road belongs to the heavy stress of weather, and vessels: caught This fact lifts for 1 moment, and a moment
5, also in demand Le Louisville and Nashville Company, which is only, the veil that covers the mysterious
: at good prices. The
bo on a lee shore become and
of transported. Competitionwill
freight unmanageable of The '
early in
the strongest;: corporation in the South. The history: navigation. scanty)
moreover, como in and vary the stand ( onto pear, which would be much earlier reason of the extension of our road to ChattahoochcK cannot get a safe offing. There I'1houhl1c a !>scriptions the ago give: ns no aid. Only

j 'I ard. As regards discrimination, that cannot than any of the Northern grown varieties, is! by virtue of combination life-saving station on Amelia Island and on in I very ancient medical papyrus partly of;

,\ well be avoided.] For instance, the through would! command: good price, and as it keeps formed with the Louisville and Nashville: the shore between the St. Johns and St. Augustine the ago of Menchert-s of the Fourth Dynasty
which makes the Savannah Florida and we find prescriptions of foreign physicians.
m .pt' and vegetables is not well would reach market in good/ order and on Anastasia Island.11A !.
freight on oranges Western a most important link in the grand Hero is another indil.otiol of relations
i-; f r adjusted! by the rates of ordinary- merchandise ] The quantity of fruit consumed in the trunk line from" New York via Savannah to with civilized countries.The .
: North is Immense and if wo can add peach New westward. great document of Egyptian navigation
Orleans and
:. but in such :a manner: as to promote The advantages TER TRANSIT ACROSS t
I; the cultivation and.! export of articles which es and pears' to our orungn export as well as to accrue to the people of South Georgia by FLORIDA is the story of the l'xJediion of Queen
Hatasu daughter of L in the
being on U great through line of travel are
I arc worthless unless they can be p placed grapes, melons and strawberries, we !shall apparent to all. In the first place the valueof A correspondent.: of the Tine Level Advertiser sixteenth century H. C., to the :spice-land

market so as to pay the producer for hU", labor open up new employments for settlers, of avery the lands must increase from the fact that has interviewed Captain F. A, Ilcmlry, ((1IIt) Arabia Felix and the opposite coast,

". well the railroads and profitable kind. Everybody; is", fond of: immigration to our section will be stimulated who recently penetrated the !saw' grass of the al EIHti31, fleet traversed the whole
as as : steamships. for the reason that thousands: will see upper Caloosahatchce to Lake Okcchobee.u length of Sea, and probably, passed.
i ii' fruit and nickles to have been coined
81 with cattle etc. A uniform rate f seem 'The object of the into the
( grain our country annually who never saw it be expedition great through the Straits of Hab-el-Mandeb. Let
to buy newspapers and fruit with. :Many[ a saw grass," said Captain was to consider what this fled
per hundred pounds cannot be established) : fore. Being on the line of the Southern Ta- llendry us leans The Sea
in justice to the agricultural portion of ourpeplc. nickle makes:IlI mickle," i is an apt renderingof cube road tho popular route across the continent erect: two tripods or observatories one on is notoriously difficult to navigate for sailing -
t the old Scotch Our facilities for our section will advantagesnever the shore of Hickpochee lake and one on ships, owing to the prevalence of the
proverb. possess
; Fertilizers must be carried cheaper OkechobeeJakeshore1( ; which he succeededin north winds and the character of
before dreamed of. And the good results dangerous
1 than dry 1I11'V'l and fruits and vegetables! shipping our products to the North amid will not be confined to the towns-the doing t#der many trials and difficulties.He all courses but the narrow celtrn1l'hann1

1 must have: the lowest possible tariflT.. A fairtariff West arc c'rtainl"err far superior to thoseof country also' will) be benefited and built up. states that the water is high, but nothing In the time of Queen )[lta8u

: the railway distant California, and yet we find the New Orleans: ant Mobile will complete with .t to compare with the fre: certainly adjusted
ii can by llendry employed CJiptain C. W. of if not hostile tribes. Yet
Savannah for our trade and our productswill }possession savage
better than those who haven pears, grapes, etc., of California in all the Thompson with the steamer launch Jamle ,
_ peuple be sure to find the best markets and the (enterprise was safely carried through :
R data on which to work except their Eastern; markets. There is an old saying highest price. Already the work of building / ," and succeeded in steaming up the the let received the submission of the people

il.: wishes or comparison of roads}: or channels that 110 one i is so far from market as ]he who the road from Chattahoochec to Tensa- Caloosahatchee' through small canal which Ilnt. and brought back a great store
ho had ,
opened two ;years ago, into Hickpo of ( spice trees,
has nothing to sell. Let us multiply our cola is being pushed rapidly, and we have includingsmall/
of communication under divers circumstances.
dice, but the resistance! ; of 8:1TISS and which were planted at in the royalgarden.
the r.ssnrante of the management of the Savannah TIIbt's
and shall find that markets will
Hut railway officers should equally products we Florida and \\cstern road that other aquatic vegetation prevented him from .

': bear in mind their duty to adjust charges on open to us which wo have never dreamed of. trains will run from Savannah to New Orleans penetrating with the steamer further. As Eastern traffic was known in earlier times,
in eighteen months. time at the utmost to the practicability of the draining scheme, The oldest record 1 is. of the date of the
fair and reasonable b.iMi.SVRRKXDr.R .
a : Tin: CORY PHOSPKCT. tit "'0 are in a position: to he says it is a big thing a big undertaking Eleventh Dynasty. One of the sovereignsof
and that, while he thinks it be done, line founded
may this a l'olollon the shoreof
drouth know that the extension to Chattahoochec
Tllll AT rOlUCrOWx.i The which prevailed for so long; a he thinks Mr.[ Disston he
will be from Haillhrill Ilaines cro accomplishesthe the Hod 8t'3. probably at the most convenient
C' Major ,
period having: tl'rlllilll\tC'l.1\1I effort has been work will think often of his factory
\ i: Very 'naturally the highest interest in anyoncevenlof general manager of the road., made this saw point for trade wit Thebes by the
,; the ltevolutionaryll'arlycnucen- made to estimate: its effects upon the general statement to :meeting/ of gentlemen: representing and prefer to deal in iron and steel desert route. This carries us several centuries
rather than mud and
saw grass mosquitoes. further back than the date of Hatasu
Tho of nil the counties his line in hisollice ;
crop. great corn producing states the along; ,
;, the final struggle and surrenderof
i trl\tl't.ll1pon He says the quality of the IllHllt certainlyvery and, there is no reason why the kings I who
the -ml in and)
at Savannah, on : t. a
West are Ohio Indiana Illinois Iowa Minnesota. [ drained
f extra when
;, Cornwallis in the year 1781 at Yorktown few days afterwards he left for New Yok being entirely a built the Pyramids may not have had trading
Missouri and Kansas rich bed of vegetable mould and that it is
The year 1780( had: been disastrous to the ami has been there ever since. Aside from ; stations on the same sea. This clew
) American :urns The whole weight of theHritish In Ohio the crop I is! estimated: to have: been this we have other reasons fur knowingwhl'reul' so level that to drain one acre i i" to drain would at once connect Egyptian; with Chal-
several millions. That the water is at this
dean commerce. About the of the
; army had been 'hurled against!'; the damaged, on 111u'l'rag ', about r II 0 per we We speak/believe not necessary town will to be made time from three to four feet deep over the Eleventh Dynasty the cities near ago the old-

Southern states, and the small and badlyequipped cent. Indiana: stands. about the same an public. by this extension our but begrcatrvbenefited we shall entire l body, and,! the only natural outlet! is head of the Persian Gulf which was far
Ohio. Illinois", estimates her damage to by slow !seepage and solar evaporation. That northward of its had
4; (',mtiuenttlanti militia organizations : leave particular: for a future article. present lmits. I
about I 15; the Culoosahatchee has all it can do to take busy trade with India. ocs not
R had: been !subjected. to tho onslaught of per reports damage to '\0 submitted the above clipping/ to Vice- care of its own water, and to effectually drain matter whether thc tin I transferred

I #. tho flower of the British army, fresh from the extent of 00 per cent. Nebraska about Tresident Chipley and asked him what he the lake and I its surroundings a cut must be from Chalda-an to Egyptian ships ; it is
the same as Iowa. Kansas is credited with made into the Atlantic ocean. While he
victory European; fields.! Charleston enough to have established thc '
Ii \ upon knew about it. lie (' "Nothing what.t..I. continuity
believes it and will be done he
fully ,
of can of the trade. The
an average about .r 0 cent. )liI1111.otll.whldl remoteness of the time
per .
was surrendered, with 5,000 men\ and 80 "
cannon ,
:I: Bill, he 1I11IC'd.It does not contends, that there must not be any child'splay makes these distant incredible
is voyages
in May, ISsf O. The Hritish had then rather a wheat than a corn state, U signify i that it is not us!! the tmocrat, states." that a strong, determined effort must! ; but there is no re3S11: why the primitive

over 12,000 men in South Carolina, about said to have good average l'ol'lIl'rop. Kentucky Speaking for tho Gazette and! I'cnsaeola and be made, in proportion to the magnitude of 101l should not have achieved a;
I In and Tennessee arc known to have tho undertaking. One thing he is sure of much as those of the Phoenicians.' All that
; 2,000 Georgia and :2.0oO: ( in Florida with ly !!
} West Florida it I true for it is the
hope ,
we that is certain and
sure across
is needed.
j fallen at least ,11) percent. below the to make the equal is a chainof
\\OOU<> in New York. l'OSl
t l ;. nearly ; death knell to the illiberal policy' that no extension the 'peninsula of Florida, which ofitself. will posts for shelter and provisioning along
i General Gates, flushed with tho honor wont deficiency in the corn crop of the 'West: of our road should be made to the tend I to develop the resources of the lower the great route. The want of this aid forbids

f; t t by the defeat at Saratoga; of Hurgoyno" was of course, openetUa! wide field for :speculation Atlantic except via the Jacksonville, Tensa- I't'nlnsulnpeakinJr:: of the great Uis.>ton the idea of a trade for tin with Britainin
and heavy sums. invested purchase, of four million acres l of land he the of the
were in age
h! t t !ppointQtl' to the (' lllllll\ntll1f the Southern crcattiug pyramids.
cull and Mobile road The :Savannah Florida thinks it I is a wise step on the part of the The }; whether of
11 ;I army, but met an inglorious defeat at ('11111. a corner. The price ran up from 15 anti Western road ends. at Hainbridiie.: .. present administration! : and that! it will! tendto 't'Ital single ships, mast with one war creat or

; don and all seemed. lost. The gallant fight; to nearly :N> cents per bushel, and I immense I and that the terminus! of SM: : miles of railroad prompt .'Ir. tJl:;!>ton and associates'" !! to square sail, and a bank of oars. The rudder %

t i and complete victory won by Morgan with stores of('UTIIIU''llIlIlIlat'tlut Chicago., The owned of lIIC:1Iwill thereon carryout the drainage scheme which they was double, consisting of two great oars, one
by men \ stay have contracted. That while he has pail;
ii high price stimulated the each side.
his Undisciplined.! militia at King's Mountain hauling market on They are the prototypes of
the banks of Flint river N improbable. one million dollars for four million acres of the Greek and Roman S.
\\7'; gave the only gleam of hope for the of tho corn in remote rural districts: and If not allowed l to connect with the Tcnsaco picked( ) over and refused. lands, half a mil in the UuhttinjMtrary gale's.-I.. J JW-

i American cau e. Greene then met and defeated unexpected. stores were developed The )la and Atlantic and stud its business! lion will reclaim every foot of overflow !
Okechobee .
land around
'f rletln the board! of trade fixed upon a basis of Ioixt\'. lake ; one township
\ .I :at Cowpen and
2, r !, gave three : Florida's, road and through Tensacola) of which will be worth in actual value, The aggregate of income liable to incometax
wi a standard: and about the (!
nth ofOctolKT
4 new encouragement; to the waning hopes of with palace sleeper from New York to New more than the whole four million purchased, in England: has risen from $ ,OCO.fln(
i : the t )untrt. Cornwallis with his whole the corner broke and prices tumbled. lie states that the must practicable route fora :2
Orleans, it will build along the southern in 1870 to $ in 1580.fistOQtce .
force endeavored to retrieve the disaster, ami One good cffwt of the spcoulatii.nwas } drainage canal is to start at Fort Thompson : O.OO.O
t. .. .
border of .\lIl.alllaI1.1. the'r life out
the increase of ap ) and follow the course of Lake Flirt to -
shipping corn, which
i I # came near crushing Greene's inferior force of our Nest Florida line. '\'t' are not willing its head from thence due east into Hicktto-( yottce.

': .tflerab ihiLtntptr:
I 1 t forces under Greene Cornwall! turned fromGailfofd As corn at present prices will not bear miles cast to the eastern shore of the lake, Office llIIlrol 8:00: .t. M. to GOO p. M.
s tradition of half century ago. Nor l.i i this'! )hm Registered: Letters from
p i' 'Court.!(1ouse: in North Carolina exporting, the prices d.> not seem likely turitf from thence northeast! to lake Okcvhobec.! ( Onlcr .
all. The PciiviL-oU 111.1t1mti..', even with That the entire cutting besides the usual 800.M.; to 1:00: p. M.: and from 2:00: p. M.

.i buck: to_ the,sea-coast at Wilmington, N. C. ________________ the :Savannah: Florida 11111.t.otl'rll conneotioii. straightening: of the channel of the river will to 3:30: p. M. Sundays fnm110:3 to 11:30 A. .)

: (.Clinton st lIt a force Into Virginia to coii.crate TIIK Half-HreeiN, or anti-Conklinx men will be the life of the Jacksonville, be about six miles through soft mud. three Xoithem ARRIVAL J/uiV AND _1EP\ITlRE TIIK )UL.
to then three at 10:25: A. M.
with CornwallU and the lower HickKichce| to Lake Okecho tai)
; ,. ( as they call themselves, seem to suspectthat Tensacolu and Mobile. It wllll'lIrn' to it auitmtuense bee. This, when completed whether it Closes 5:00: p. M.
": Virginia; was ravaged.! G'lIernll'hitlil"'I having there is", a cut under the meal in all this business: for Host: South amid :Middle drains the land or not, gives a ready transitall FMru. Mail-

_- marched wfth u strong British force to quiet submission of Mr.[ Conkling's; friends! Florida, which t the Savannah, Florida the way to Tohopkalcga Ijike, the head For points north of Savannah
Petersburg. Cornwall! of the Kisfirnmee where it only, closes... .. 1 0:00 A. M.
\ III May made rapid to their management: of the recent stateconvention. and We.-tern will not claim At the same \ connects with .. .. ".. .. :
march ,with hU forces and the South: Florida Railroad, now licing constructed : Cf'd/lt Ktyand Transit RailroadArrives.
; ,
; joined
at .. Phillips t It I U strongly; suspected( .I that time, it will carry to Ole Savannah, Florida from Sanford on the St. Johns
t toCharlotte ... ..... ,. .. ,
at Petersburg on the 27th of May. After ) .. .,..... ":011' M
Ir. Conkling is waiting for the andVctern. business it couldlilt harbor via Hartow and
which line
ouTthrow large
.... .. .
.. .
several} expeditions into the interior the LevelYorif Union llue.. ... .. .... 8:45.:. ;
of the .
Republican state ticket in November fecnrc if forced to rely solely upon the Witt Floridn-

junction of the American forces under IAFayetteandStoubcn to vindicate himself as the true leader of mnertioii I afforded by the Jacksonville, Till .\rrll':0 p. v.

r f ln'l..1l\rJlwllltijl into the Republican (party in the state. They aUhave i ) IVnsav-ola and Mofiile. Hut suppose the Savannah I COXI'IlHIl.tTItCCOll."r ISTIIK .. ..... ........"........ :;p. M, /
lines at Yorktown. IMA'JC OF El'G1.A1I'.
the Washington had a 1 p.iinful presentiment that Mr. Arthur Florida: .:)lntI Western is forced l lthroned JuI'oUilk amlii.l. Johtu Hirer_

created the Impression that he was abont to will in due time, assert himself! and : Alabama by this ti-'lItlllllIt titan illiberal A contemporary, in an article lliSt'U..jll; Arrives.... .......lo:25A M.5.00 p. M

r besiege the Hritish!! forces in New York, in recognize that oiuuWrrfc which i I.* expected u>:<. ; not to-be tolerated in (these par the sudden, .makes rise in allusion Confederate( bonds recently Clones. .......... ....._10.00; .p. M. 5:00: p. >i.
the meantime liavinsj made an to the money belonging Mary' "'I"/ Tnuler't Hill Mall
S -
every disposl-( .of political hcd-fellowi, and that there will grrs-sivv; till,,-"'. the result.iiilliotb.it; the to the Confederate government'saccount
Lion f.jra' Mpid'tui( : ;,''h. of all hU forces IntoYirjrfitw. t bo initiated quiet I>lIliotitutiul\'t..lwurti: Sat 1mumah. FtoiMj and 'ml's.-nm would take. with the Htnk of KngUnd: which (.\rln.( Tuesdays and Friday* at 2:30 p. *
'fla,,' French, alter U for t: Mojidays and Thursday at 8.-OO A.
some reason, was )
; < iumH'JfUiGrasf fr Half-Hived l. in the more important it Tttllard\ all th.; freight and all these II1'jI.&t'nJ.t'N not withdrawn 111">>11 .
arrived I utf tbv, Chesapeake, andaFrench '; ..lil.t. \IL th rollapet of the Confederacy. Our contemporary fit, J/ir/, Ger., on1 yr- <
t'f'rfOiI' : whU.Ii we hope to ee pouring i is not mrn"'t'llI
1 force of ;3,5/X: ') men was landed at .. (through: IVnsaeola ami over 400 miles of its Hatenients. Arrives" Monday* and ThunI\1 at fcOO, M.

Jamestown Tho French fleet a8.Slloto.aliO Hannibal Itamlin has been nominated r'lorKU railnxuU and carry them through On the 1st day of April. lt&tU, the l\Jllft'tl. Tuexlays 11'trln'MOLmysandStt'iayaat900.t.) and Friday at 2:30 r. $u..

down the American ( and confirmed as minister erate government had! O.OiiO) to its
f in bringing troops rotaAttnaptolis plenipotentiary .UahunI and > credit Tuesdays
Georgia to Jacksonville by l'IO Wedneotlays,
in the Hank of
to England When the
,to. who arrival the :17th ScptcmK'r Spain. v.ayof. Waycro-s without touching Florida- i cam the Confederate cotton had tliti4ll.crush Fridays and SatunLiy.. T. Un'1JL at 2iW.P U.r. M.StMl. .

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,', ....TL..I 'T.I KXPOSIT10X.ATIAST Southern TJxprrisConipatiy: and hope to ob Legal .1d era iseutenls.OTIC! .

: *, GA., October 10, ISsl.! lain very liberal terms from t them for carry -- ----- --- ---. SSSSS::; : A ASS NNlUmim 000 RRRRR NN' NN HSSSS
I. for Florida to I lag small and valuable packages: of which : ,:, AAA NNN NNUR' HH 00000 HIt RIl NNN NN' SS!
\ V. the time approaches due notice will be jro'n.: Persons having SSS:\ AA AA \NN' NNim 1JH 00 00 HIt RR NN' N ,NNSSS
her in tliuhow { T !
1" hand, and ploy part I 4 A MKKTING; ( OF THK: STOCKJ. '
1"I' her .
" / the I1ntnl'llll such had bitter bold their packages until \. holders of (he Roaeh Hotel( ) and Road SSSSS:: A.A NN N NN Uinil 00 OORRRR NN N NN ssssAAAA.A
question '
artttncn the result i is announced which will be as :SSS: NNXN' Bn im 00 00 HIt 1m NNNN' !SSSWholesale
we best Jo to make our Company, held in the city of Fernandinii
what' ; : ,
J soon as received. All I AANNSSSSS NN III HI 00000 RR HIt NN NN s8
with I such I I persons living along I'AA
it articles I
and to till a! on the iL'th day of September, l lsl: pursuant '
II attractive,serve the one grand \ of the St. Johns river, or In the adjacent: counties Illlwth'etlill"llIh'crlisell for' (three weeks, : .\A AANNNN NNUIlllim 000 RR ntt NN NN SygSSH: ,
n. String Immigration, and the purpose. ob- to this will pack and mark their goodsas a.s required by law: it win resohed hy n vote

I, of elevating ourselves in our own csti- above, and add care T. T. Stockton, at of three-fourths or more of the flock of saidcompany :
sect and In the minds of others. The } : then and there) represented, that
111 i 11!latioll has come when Florida should take Those: alone::;; the line of the Florida<< : Cen the articles of incorporation of said Reach

1(1, time rank among the States. Here her op- tral. and Jacksonville, l'ellsH'ol\: & Mobile( Hotel! and Road Company heo :amended
I fit unity- and our advantage : wo see roads: will pursue' precisely' t the' !same course. as extend (the limit of indebtedness, : or liability

'I the hand of- our competitors before we make Those on the Gulf COl: :< and along the line to which said corporation can at any and Retail Houses.
exhibit. They hold n good hand, hut Transit llailroailand: its I tributaries or time subject itself from twell \.Ii'e hundred;

I 1 our equal them in most of their products branches! will also mark: as above, and carry dollars!' as heretofore, to six th1Lllllllulla: rs,
(' if we we can bring our best articles to the t front, Transit out the instructions! and\ add l care of the as )provided, bv. section ((3)) of an mt of the .

alll then we can trump the Railroad, at Fernllll ina, 1 earnest legislature of the State of Florida\ "entitled .

n I'liinccnt show of citrus and othertttropir t lish ly request each: Slate paper to copy anti pub nu act to amend an act to )provide for the .. ->r" ." .
t the above instructions in their lint issue i ---- -- --
cal I and semi-tropical fruit. I know of what creation of corporations and to )prescribetheir !' ,' do'' ,
"! I!write ; I know that with n little energy, !' and to urge their people to ship at once general )powers! and( liabilities, ami to "

pluck nndn good deal of hard work, we can As to fruit, that can be, shipped nt any rcciuct: and amend the .sections! repealed by
reward of public applause and time and in any quantity for exhibit between said act." Approved March 11. l-liO.: !> ,
the great } }
win AS
now and the middleof( December but I AM MUYING( CONTINUALLY( LAROK QUANTITIES OF GOODS: SUCH ,
sweep i ill the stakes" no hotly contested G. STARK,
for bv every corporate or State exhibitor in I earnestly recommend that no fruit but the Chairman: and Vice-President.
hest be sent
the field. to Atlanfu.Respectfully. WILLIAM R. t''. Drini.K,
lie idle and let the and Treasurer. I II I
Will our people OppOI"tultity Sccrctarv
pass? Will our live and enterprising A. ,1. Rrssn.i.: ): -

(lovernor, the loved child of a proud State, Chairman: Supervisory Committee. NOl'ICK: OF INCORPORATION

remain silent and see his State eclipsed! I by OK TIn FLOUR GRITS MEAL CORN

others of far less merit ? A word from him TIIK LVM Anor.M ntrlm\"lI.u-Thc: Misitnc: INDIAN UI'I'lt; ,
would set the whole! State in a blaze of ontlnisiain lands around Sumterville rank the
among U\II.UO.\U tOUI\X"; .
: and we could sweep everythingbefore I f finest
t in the State for old-f.i hion
farming aswell -- .
I have written line line"on ,
us. of what upon as fruit-raising. The ) Y authority of nn Act of the Lo isla-! ,
the subject we want and I know country naturally I"
) lure of the State of Floiida entitled
the effect of the things I ask! Our State i is hash pleasing and inviting appearance, with ,
\n Act to Provide for the Incorporation of
large and our interests greatly diversified 1, the open' 'undulating pine woods: reachingfor Railroads and CanaK and 1'd,
;, approved -
and each section and interest should he \ HAY OATS FEED AND BRAN
resented. Let our farmers send corn in rcp-the miles and miles in every direction Thispine 1'1(11'Wlh, ISI.I notice is harpy\ given as ,

car and 1 oats in the sheaf or thieshod in land, which I is:'! !supposed to bo the poorest required by said act that a company\ has,
been formed l, under the name of the
such quantities as will convince the mo-t : of riorid.i. !soil, is mixed with lime,
skeptical that we can grow our own feed
hence it is far to
superior' ) common
and rite in such quantity{ and quality, with IIOAD) ) COMPANY( t
land<<1, producing from twelve' to fifteen bushels
statement of amounts grown per acre, as will
to invested with all the" tights
overshadow the great staple of the North of corn to the acre without the aid of privileges and franchises: ; conferred, )powers,

west. Let there bo many fine specimens: of"Florida's fertilizing matter. Ledges of limestone rock companies: formed under sail ,Act for upon the By the Cargo and Car Load. ,
currclIl'Y"sweet( potatoes), they
be of coiK-triutint,', and
valued much abroad can seen projecting from the surface in }purpose maintaining;
are more highly than
operating} railroad for public use in theconveyance ,
at home. every direction The !subsoil is!' composed' ;
of and The .
Then fill up with the endless variety of largely of this :substance, ranging from two main line of !'aHIl'ailrcllUI persons will property.I )be, about ((80)) :, !

root crops-cassava, arrowroot, pi ndars, to live feet from the !surface. Any fertilizer eighty )miles in length ; will be constructed, :: ,:,: : ;:;':'..., ;" ;." tf-V
onions beets, etc. Specimens: of wood-we .. "_ :
have drummed upon this until our people placed upon the land will remain for years; from, a nearly point on duo the west Tropical, from Florida Lecshurg Railroad in 0' :', I AM THUS KNARLED: ;) TO :.n'L'l'O': .I ) .: "-: >:: ,:'J-\:' ,; : ',,
tired of it but want there i is chance for it "
are we some large specie! no to filter through the sooner County Florida ; t thence East to '., .' .' :;
mens. No sapling business will compare soil Mr. S: A, Curry has worked! his pino Loohurg, touching the southern portion of ;.;
with the exhibits from
great Texas and .A ,
kansas. ; need r- land fur years! and it is in a better conditionnow Lake Grillln, the northern point of Lake
Every not
county try to get
Harris thence to Lakes husks !
the largest specimens of wood, but let your than the day he planted his first crop. ; ,
passing and
: through)
1'reyard counties -
people announce where the largest trees canbo As an orange-growing !section' no better '
can ton point at Titusville.
l or near on Indian DEALERS FAMILIES
had the and

some communitiesget : be found! ; the very finest of groves are seen River; with branches to Lake Anopkn .
one, and some another, then, for our \ ,
State, we shall !sweep the field. Our best here. This is not surprising when the soil and I l.nke'I'oltopkaliga counti<'*. in Orange and Rrevnwl ,, -'

W soils make a goon exhibit goat specimensof ) contains so large quantity of limestone I 1) E. MAXWELL, '

rice or other grains, with statement of Like the pine lands, the hammocks are very FRANK 1J. PAPY, .'

quantity produced per acre, would make a ,
valuable productive, growing from twenty to twenty- 44-3m E. W. AGNEW.( ; ; .'
exhibits. All soils
very must be in .
five bushels of -- TIIK-- ", ': ':>'H_: < :: ;, ,J.i
the ; .
to +
neat boxes Specimens of building corn acre. It will not : ;
valuable/ In JiiNfiee'N Court. '_ ., .:. '. ", -J '
and other : J,' '
rock, should be sent be long before necessity: will force the erection OF FLORIDA ::*

from every section of the State where it exists of a railroad}, and then will be opened STATK COUNTY, 01")! NASSAU.: : ': ;,, :, '; ,:..];" ,_' ,
to show the vast extent of our other .
stone deposits. Send. in quantity. One to the world the f finest garden spot( in America. To James Om'ollYou lire hereby no .
tilled that a writ of attachment has been .
rock hero weighs over two tons Neat spec. -Suinter ..Adt'fl1lcrol"'NNlonuIIUHI/\ '
imens of one hundred pounds issued against you, and your property attached -
weight, more -- -- -- ------- ---- to satisfy tho demand of Jones A Lee VERY LOWEST \
or I less, will show well, very many other important '' IIiiNiuvs Cards
__ __ amounting to$(;i2..r(). Now, uulessvoushall
items may slip my mind Our la u __ __ __ __ before
W. A, :: Justice
dies could make fine appear Mahoiicy, a of
exquisite fsh-scale very, shell,displays palmetto of, their and H BBINSN L t'O.jt the Peace in and<<1 for said County, at his oflicc

other works of art, which are purely Florid- Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Callahan, Fla., 01\ the M day of Decem

ian. They will do good service, too in the Drugs, 3IMliciucM. Fancy Goods! be her rendered 18 tl, at 10 o'clock arm, judgment will
of decorations agait>tit you'ah> your property ., .
way preparing and sending .
NOTIONS, PAINTS, OILS, pay the debt. -' ,
flowers at such times -
needed.us All displays of as shells they will mosses be Chemical Fertilizers, Ta: ..., 1)ateill this 28th day of September, A,1)). TUB l'l ilJ.W IS CORDIALLY) ( INVITED: ) TO EXAMINE: : MY STOCK OF' ,r;

grasses! ferns, foliage, etc., etc., which our No. 7r; W. Ray St., JACKSONVILLE; ;, FLA.jffjff 18S1. .
ladies prepare so handsomely, will add Wo sell at Hur 11Inflh prices! J. I H.nrI'TO.JONEf & W. H. LEE: ;,
much indeed l, they make the attraction Partners doing business! under] the firm .
; of .g:J Send for quotations.. 4::-5115' of .
our department. name Jones -
As fruits I need --- ---- ,- ______
regards say but little 1 they ----- ----- -- -- --- --n ----
must form the great hulk of our exhibit ; we 'I', 'I'. 1-\ I.JII'U; ami Provisions.ii. : GENERAL MERCHANDISE.

must have all the best specimens we can -- -- ------- ---
- get, at all times and often enough, during \, AT LAW, J.:. OTTIICIK: : "
the entire exposition, to keep
up a lively
change two or three times a week, and there ]FERNANDINA; ...\. ; FLORIDA, \
must be systematic action on tho part of o etI
Special attention
given to
fruit-growers and collecting. .
a cooperation with the
Olllce over Horsey's! Drug Store. .12CniWM. :? / r.u.iu: IN I MAKE:
manager! here. Fruits must be kept on exhibition A SPECIALTY OF SUPPLYING VESSELS WITH[

until they are slightly soiled and I,' In.' I'niiiII (; roccric
then be sold to the best advantage and the ii. C. imitvi'i':, y N I

proceeds placed to the credit of the exhib

fruit is our special attraction, and no PROVISION'S.) ( :
expense must be spared to make it a perfect CENTRE ST., NEVK It. 11. DKVOT.FKRNANDINA : STOKES and CJI kNDL

success.! Those who wish to exhibit cotton nY. ,
for premiums should send hero for circulars ; : FLA. -i

for Transportation instructions.: is .an important matter. Hay, Corn OaiN.CONTRACTOR Customers can rely upon getting CHOICE'' ,

The man -- .
at home counts the
time required - GOODS: as f
to run a train of cars from there hero and JAMES McGiEFIN,
bases his calculations accordingly, but there / DEALERS ON TILE J.U":: OF THE RAILROADS AND THE
is a perfect jam of freights here and it will AND RUILDER, RIVER CANNOT
not be clear until we shall need our goods, TillFINEST; : IWAND3are THAN CALL AND 1JUY, AS I GUARANTEE TO SELL: AS LOW AS-

so we must ship early Alachua Street, between Second and Third, THE SAME GOODS IN THE SAME: (QUANTITIES CAN UK NOUGHT IN JACKSONVILLK -'

all articles! that are not perishable.! We will ---- --- .00- THAT ANY ONK; CAN REASONADLY WANT. .- ,

have our house ready before the first shipment Orders and estimates from a distance: carefully

AU arrives.articles from up-river coming through .- 0 -attended-- -- _to._. __ __ ___0.__ _8i_-_tf__ 'flllolI"i'\c'O: reserved furA.
f i JacksonvilleshouldbesliippedviaWaycroSs! W. K. U\trUXHI": II. ; .
road. All shipments! along the line of the NOYIIS It
Transit Railroad must be shipped via Fer- .AOKXT .0.

nandina. where the company has a special WIIOLtIi.LCXI) RETAIL (borer tiuil Ship Chandler, GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.

warehouse in which to place the goods temporarily BUTCHER AND STOCK DEALER: ,

Line" when they will be placed in Green J AYliJ'uJ'r FERNANDINA: <'1"XGI ,.\.
cars and come direct ;without hand in lee.TENNESSEE t
ling. Agents all along the line are instructed -
; : : : -----"----- --
to gives shipments. shipments t1 tt I'ItIENl)
All should be ad RIIOOM STREET .
dressed! as follows : Wiivnr 'l'O iCCOND
ATLANTA ExrobiTios, -19-tf--------. FLA.LAIKD BAKFI1S ,
Florida Department,
Care I). H. Place A IIAItltl.S, CIIOICKftrocerie .

Superintendent Atlanta, Georgia, IJ J.CKIITJlSXIJ! SHIP-SMITHS, *, Cigar' tutu Tobaccos,

The time has now come for everything tomove First St., ol'ptiite'erY'8: Stable TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.VYddings : A Full Stock of
lively and have no delay. The rapidity FURNITURE

with which our building moves is one of the All)) kinds of repairing done at short notice \ : Entejtaimm-utx: -
first and I'it-tic's ,
Florida curiosities" to these i and[ at reasonable ,
j>eople.ATTEXTIOXt rates 41 j furnished
L1. .s. 1't1&Ce. ill J'loitlfl_ n_ ____ I'"on lnn_'_, at the\Iollllrll"'t notice*, at riwkhottorn .
priri, at ----INCLUDING-

C Centre Street, ,

ONTRACTOR AND. RUILDER.MOULDINGS [ 2:1 OI')', 01,11'. 0. Duildinjit. ,-. Chamber Suits, Tables Chairs '

To the Florida Exhibit. .
I l lx cg to give notice! that we are now ready NANUr\CTUIUS Und'r..dll';, Bureaus Rockers
to receive exhibits ,
Atlanta of such articles ,
&are imix-rishable, viz; bpecimens of woods, : IIRACKKTS, SAWED AND n. in.M liiNo.v: : .

l of grain of every kind, of bales of cotton of TURNED UALUSTKRS, NEWELS. : Lounge* Bedsteads( ,- Mattresses

nbroiu, plants,of variety of wails, marl.pho STAIR IIAII.S, WOOD KAVKS.:
i hattf derxeiu, lire, etc. Their latter must TROUGHS!
be iii l-'OIUI>aet IMUCS say a box three feet .
long; and one foot deep by one foot w ide. with WEATHERBOARD.INCUso THE: MOST ACCOMMODATING .
1': [ '
Pl.0Y1'S: "
Ignition* adjusted in the boxes!: to make FLOOR. IN THE: (;11'S..A..N"'BOB.SrlSJ\ .

three filial departments. Each: package I NO.Nfalr .
should contain a concise written description
of the article if uiitl ('...
: a (product, how grown; .rt'h Work
upon what kind {,f sail, how fertilized!. etc., A
with tile exhibitor' name in full and 1001&t. A i+" l'J:( I.tLTV.

office ttddn-Mi, then marked u* follown: UNDIuTtui:11: "
,Florida Exhibit. AtUntare of D. S. D001W AND WIS'JOW FRAMUS: FIFTH hT.TRNANDINA; : FLApromptly
Place. !Superintendent! Florida ,
Exhibit.; .
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.? I JI. r. 11dISIIINGToM 1 13 per cent From comparison' with other
I papers: the average will be 10 per' (cent of CI/I/1/fy.T"t/Ic-H. D. )Davis :Sanderson.Clerk Plant. '' I.

I I. the Mirror State (Oflleer V. Samlerson.Sheriff Collector of flc.t''IUte-I'rcII'riek
il' silent letters. That means to I. Pon.s V' r'
TUB OFFICE-MPRKER.y-TiiE; PRESIDF-NT NOT IN four columns Issue taken\ up by these LAND OFHOK, OUNKSVILLE.Register : U. V. Herndon, :Sanderson.Asuessof Ocala. "tyNiinerinfetident

I' -MUCH PATRONAOfi: TO DISPENSE! -UUT per -\t.. A. Hanics, UI lw'illt": of 1iu8-0Orj.tC' I'. (,iI11US',1Saute of Schools 1 Ii, ('' Martin
dead of the relics of defunct '
'\: symbols past, J:1I't'icr-.I..hn! F. Rollins.Gainesville.( derson.Collector! Fort McCoy.
y. NOT TO CHRONIC HK\T3 ialtgilagesmnil skeletons! of ancient forms ofcacngrapliy' Malauhi Revenue Richard MONKOK COUNTY,
/. ; ; o"Sutrc'ryor-( : / Maitin, Talla of Kennedy,
ANI> nOnF4.TO It means! nmrcthan that ; sixtyfour hassee. Darbyville.Superintendent. .. Cllullly .IlUlyc-Cha. H. Baron }\

j' tlIC'EW"r nf the Minor : set in type ; one hour ol DISTRICT: rot'RT. of Sew"l.f-\. W. Cobb C/rrk-t'l'tl'r T. Knight, Kew \\111'l'1
stjuares up
WASHINGTON! I>. C.' October 7, IMI. and Judyf-Thomas :Settle; Jacksonville. Olustec. "rr.ff-UI.'Ur; .\. Ih'lIll'rriit, J J'l'"
each to set print
: compositor's" day up '
The situation here I Is full of interest, nml .1///111-.1. H. Durkcc) Jacksonville.. ltRMFOIl COUNTY. .11I..nll'lr 1 Ta.rt'.9--\\'all'r C. Jlullmev; Jr
distribute, costing: money for typo, lab >r, CirrkPhilipValter, .JuI'k ollvillc. County T"Ilc-.1. It. Richard, Providence 1\ West.
u'x not without novelty. President Arthur will
editor's time In Butler ('here,,' of !:CI'CIII/C-"'ultcr e.
Ink and paper, besides: : the Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake 1114er
x 'have to bo credited with originality, If not writing extra In advertisements' : nt t.\ri.IXU: KW.NUE.Otllerlor : : .ShedO-1V. ,,'. Tnmblin Starke. Jr., Kl'\ ,VestSttperinletdatof .
accused of eCCentridty.Vhu ever hoard nf -Donnis Kagnn: Jacksonville. Assessor of T the low rate of M cents: persquareof) 10' lines West. "cvNAPSUf
President that would not live In the White C'OM.KITOILS of CUSTOMS.: Butler.
a $:J:2 each i issue! or lt InoO a\ year ; or in solid John W.'Howell I. [Fernandina. Collector of Revenue-Hunberry Hay lies, : COUNTY.C'btadyJudycIlinton (
House I And, yet, there he excellent
may live 20S: columns of ": Santa Fe.Superintendent. J. :
I matter, I extra papers, IlwllrIIlIlJtkin", Jacksonville. : Baker FenianClerk
reasons for preferring to make a home of John I F. of Schools-L. B. Rhodes, dine
reading each year, or the! reduction of the House, St. Augustine.
\ the elegant and commodious private residence .I. :)f. Currie, Cedar Key. Starke. -J. A. Edwards: Fernandina.
subscription to $1.SO I a yoirl; I
1j of u friendly Senator The extra session IIUnVAKD COUNTY.Crnudy S/erW'--l'l'I( Cone, Fernandina.,
Again, we live In an economical age ; cannot Assessor of Tar.cs-Win. 11.
of the Senate will assemble In two lIar!!. we! save here us elsewhere.Vhnt Is Slate Olliccr.s.KXKCUTIVK Judge; -James: A, McCrory[ City nandina. : Garland 1, Per.

The regular:; session! of Congress! will convene there sac r.-d about such word as rough h" : DEI'AKTMr.NT. I'ointcr6'A. A. Stewart Titusville. Collector of JCI'rllllc-'arrI.'II 1''. Scott. IV

j In six weeks. The American plague of of off the (lol'rrlltw-\\'III. I H. l Hloxh.ini. Tllilallll sl'. Assessor) of Tares-Wallace It. Mo: cs,, Georgianna. nandina.
,\ lce-scckers is already) beginning to swarm to keep us from lopping ughI'hy' IJruleurul'(lot'craor-Livingston, IJeth1 Superintendent of Schools\\". A. Mahoiiov,

1 1h 3 .' about the hotel lobbies. President Arthur should our children be obliged; to learn two 1, Key West..SVrrrtnnj ('nllrrlurol'! Rrl'I'lIl1e-Jt'. M.[ Platt, Lake. Jessup. ; Callahan. "

,, '. languages, one for the eye, one for the ear? ; /' Ktatc-Johti L. Crawford Tal- (Orange County.Superintendent OK.\XOI3: COUNTY.
i is not I ignorant of their means: and methods. Why should at least one year of their lives lahussce.tnwplroller11'.1)J : : of Schools-A. Grady: LaG County Judge-H. 1.. Summerlin, Orlaiul

L .: lIe knows that he will be less accessible! to Harncs. Tallahassee.Trntitrcr rn nl'. Clerk-J. 1'. Hughey, Orlando. ?
be devoted to the learning. of )Jong: lines of ( A. C1.\Y ('oH Tr. /i''rl'llJ'--ThOlllai. Shine
t. thoolHcc-secklng rabble, with its influential -Henry L'Kngle. Tallahassee.: : Fort Reid
I Il'' hacking, at the private residence of :.Senator words!! by rote, parrot like ? Peak I'l'l.k.pill .1 WII//II'y-fc'IIl'l'IIi''Ol'orge 1'.1htney'ralla.hasst County Judge-J. T. Copeland Orange A**<'**or of Taxes-James M. Owens, Fort

lie, all sound alike, but no dilliciilty in 'e. Pa'rk. Itcidl'la.C'tllerlor.
i : Jones than If he were at the White House conversation oecur's1'hy should we carry C'liiniiiKKiwicr,; /1/Id.1-lIttgh: A. Corlc\.'. Clerk-O. A. Buddington, Green Cove of Revenue-Nut. Poyntz, Orlntxlo,l,

a place that the chronic office-seeker knows Tallahassee.: Springs.; Superintendent of /101I1,1-.J)11II 1'. Reeks'
the gh in such words" as cough, through Stt/H'riHtrntlriit; 1'itljfic fiittrnction Fort Itch].
) by heart and Invades/ at pleasure. But this nf K. Sheriff James: W. DcWitt, Green Cove
laugh, to remind us! that the gh once had u Foster: Tallahassee.: :\ Springs.' : I'UTNAM: COUNTY
is not the only departure of the President.
guttural sound now long ago obsolete? And .ldjlllll/.I.Uc/lI'/d-J.K Yon go, Tallahassee Assessor of TVfjr.i-Wm. Con way, Kingsley. Judge of r/lf"le-lJ. Harrison. Palatk-i.
After the extra session! of the Senate he should around the crysalis iuiiu\u: OK i.MMioimiox. Collector 'of Ret'clIle11I.. S. 1'1 II 111 IIIl.'r, Tfr-W.. lo', Forwardl'ulatka.
.ft why we carry
propose to live at :Soldiers' Home until (br+tmlddiorr-A.; ; A. Ilobinson, Tallahassee. Maxville.Superintendent\ Sheriff. Thomas Shally. F
J when the word has flown ? gratify suite
or .
Schools M. F. .
ntid-wintcr, whl'II.lt of Geiger, Ixxrador-S. E. Timmons.Collector .
repairs fogy, who Insistsiilc: Deacon) Trench, in Clerk-II. 0. Long, 'flllla ha s('(. Middlcburg.1 nf Jn'cI/ILc-Joseph Price.
the White I '
at spelling debt with the b, to show that it S/II'I'i"i.f'c'/d.::: .' Fairbanks.! Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. Superintendent; ; of Public Sc/lOo1-.I..
\ The Soldiers'! Home is three miles from the IJuilding, Jacksonville ; H. S. ?Place, Waldo.htTUKMK Strickland. '
I came from dcbitum, and is" related to dubi- County .I+tIle-W. M.[ Ives, Jr., Lake City.
city a most discouraging distance 1 for the : COURT. TAYLOR COUNTY.
Hun and doubt, for doubt it i is, if the debt Clerk-John Vinzant Jr., I/ike City.
average oillcC'seeker, who is not able to hirea ClilefJuntlre-K. M1. ihindallJacksrntville., S/'rrtf-J.{ Perry, Lake City. (, I/tIlIII./l/Illc-\V. II. Parker Perry.
be paid ; Ruth all that trash Colonel, spelledlike Aociatr Juttce! J. \\' tcott Tallaluissee. Sheriff=Thomas Osteen '
conveyance. The President has said that l' jr., Assessor of Toxed-L.\V, itivcrshtkeCity. <'rry.
the French pronounced like the Spanish ; L. Lake Clerk-John C. Calhoun
O"'cf"rl Tares-J. Parish City. Perry.
he is determined that the time and cnl'rj.'ywhich ; ..phllll: J he owes to the whole country shall Jacksonville.: Lake Perry.

I 1I not be wasted upon u horde of pestilent, guides to old roots to be kept up. wlIltilldlilllrl''s Clerk-c;. H. fister'ri IIIlIhnss('('. City. DUVAL COUNTY. County Treasurer! >. :S. Sutton Perry.

\ brassy beats! many of them of the type of years, and printers'time, trouble CinCUIT Jt'IMJMS. County/ Judge-William A. McLean, Jack County! Surveyor; -}). N. Cox, Perry. *
and ink that ought to bo saved for better Collector of! Ilerrmte--
Guiteau who hang around the lobbies of fiat (.'ilCllit-\uusluM; K. axwcll, Pen sonville'. Assessor 7/.rC.9-3./
( of H. Peacock
\I things 'fWhat .sacola. Ul"'k-Thomal 10:. Buck man, Jacksonville. Perry.ST. .

fit the White House hungry fur a place In N i the use of final c in words like! Xcconil Circuit-David Walker, Tallahassee. .o./ic.W'--Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville.Assessor JOHN'S COUNTY.
t which they hope to be paid from $!)OO to Jackson
delink.ck in clol'k.I\IIlIIIIJllbll' letters generally of Teuc.9-A..1. Prevail, County Judge M. R. Cooper, St. Aliens-!-
.t $1,500'or; at least three times: as much as Third C'rl/I-K J. Vann, M adison.Fourth vi ll('. tine:

I 1 1I they would be competent to earn as employ ? Cannot these ghostly: rl'lil'-Ibl': abandoned Cirwit-Jallll's M. Baker, Jackson. O"h'clllof lkieiiue-hoses\ J. Brown, Clerk-Bartolo F. Oliveros St. Augustine.

I, ; as has been done in other languages,,, vi IIc.I Jacksonville.Kuperintendent: I'a11ultulfermmdezSt.Augustine{{ :

: : in any commercial or professional and some genius invent somo! new letters tiexpress I Fifth Circuit-James H.! Dawkins: Gaincsville. of Schools-Albert .J. Russell Assessor of Tares-David<<1 L. Dunham. St.
j pursuit lie has said! that the Cabinet officers Jacksonville: : Augustine.: i
our extra sounds:4. discarding: hairsplitting
'I must attend to the ollleial appointments Slfth Circuit-U. L. Jlitchcll'I'anapu. HVMI1.TON COUNTY Collector of ll'l'cl/llt-Joo'ph lo'. Llambias,

:' of their respective departments' This difference1) like "e" in "term""i"in SVr
,w I! : will distribute the burden that has been in "firm." "u" in "furl" and the like, __ I Clerk-J. Caldwcll, Jasper. of Sdollls-C. .1'. Perpall, .
and add a year to our education anti seven Court Calendar. SheriffJames{ M. Duncan, Jasper.' Augustine.!
borne by the President to the
great part KUMTER:
r years to our lives. Hut t we can spell! -awfully. .' .1." r.q"0ot' I.r's-J. R. Hunter Ancriun.Jollielor .
shoulders of seven different men, and the Look at Fcrmmdina in two of its nio-t horrible Full TermSant.i !lIIT: -IKOUIT. ( of Nt"'l'IIIeV. II. II. McLcod. n./ltllly./I/IVc-Hl'lIr.v S.t'assidy!I Leesburg! ,
s fact the President is not in town, or not III.homo" 2d Columbia County.; Ce1'hllllla J. hey, Leesburg.
disguises: WIOII rrhgn lIaelll lell'o IH', or Uosii!, Monday October.. -J. S.
Schools Joshua If. Roberts Sheriff Dyehes, Leesburg.
Superintendent+ of
to this class: will do much towards Walton, -1th Monday' in October.
better yet, Pholoknaisnldeytnau, :md lest Ancrum. .I.Yxrxxorof'7lrxed-l. 1'. Wall, Webster.Collector .
? ?"Imes, after 4th
purging Washington of a moral malaria : Wediu'sday: Monday
this: be utterly illegible fgive the! key words : in Ot tnher. IIIRXAMX COUNTY Jet'cllllc-John i W. Dychcs,
from which the has <:4ul1 'I1. .
capital long : r< Leesburg.Superintendent!
First worll-Troll-V", scrge: iny-rrA, Washington, ld! :Monday- 'r.lth Monday : County Judyc-\1'. L. Friereon, Brooks- / Schools
/, President Arthur enters upon the Executive in October. 1 of -A. C. .Clarke,
t, -Ilfl-rllll ll'l', \\'c-da-i-sday: shou-A/, villo.Clerk Sumtcrville.
olfljc with more patronage, to dispense jucksuulil: : Monday, after! 1th. Monday in 1. ('. Law Brooksvillc.Sheriff .
I II. !p-ew pic, i/H-ut, s-c-rgeumt: ; :second I \Torll- October.INcambia.. ;; SUWANEK COUNTY.Cotudy .
than has been time lot of u new President in {( J. B. Tickler' Hrooksville.Asstssorof .
I.I I I.J' Ho has nym-/>/(. eWo-nel. A-' -it. pl-" '-d, ]curt-xn-e, : 1st )(.-.I.h', in nec '1II11l'r. Tujces-Frank E.Saxon: Brooks- JtdV1r.. M. Blackburn, Live
J'I a great many years one justice cou-M, k-ey/, chcs-tti-ut h-ou-ut. Tiihui'iP! }{ VlJal4.ecUoii "..of,lIl.t of February ville.. : Oak.
Supremo Court of (lie United\ States to And now let s homebody else I't\lHlnp for ill) iST-'V:) nd does not diangu the Collector; of Itcrcauc-f. )I. Townsend Clerk-Robert: A. Reid Live Oak.
appoint and will have another within a few Sjrino'rcrul. *" Jrooksville.Sitperin'ciident. Sheriff John R. Sessions! Live Oak.

months. There are three foreign ministersof the present: orthography, or rather scolio- Tinui CIRCUIT. ref.Scho+dd-D. 11. Thrasher, Assessor of 1'axcs11.. :Sessions: Wei-!

j i i graphy; and with this hung 1al'c\\.II.I.I Spei,+f/; TI'fIlt- '. Fort Dade. born.
the llrst class and two of the second classto / :
I gullewc (close: ) Taylor, lt Tuesday<< after 1st Monday in HIM.*DO ROUGH COUNTY' Collector of Ielo'l'/Ille-Uo p. Allison,
t select. There ore many changes: to be JACIKNNK. Live Oak.Suprriutendeut.
CountiJudge. L. Crane
4 f made in consular olHccs) ami many other __ 00-- .. .. __ __ .. 2d, Monday in April. Clr'k-1Vnu./ C. Brown Tampa., Tampa.' of ScJ.ool.J. O. C. Jones,

\ t a important judicial and civil olllces: to he Hamilton, 4th Moiulay in April.Suwanee .el,en:.!J--P.tr1) IM......aL .1'.1.,,,,..., 'I'atop.n. Live Oak. _' '
\ J. II. PRESCOTT.Style \ 1st after tth YULUSI i C OUVTY.
Monday Monday
fi 11 cd. Avseswr of T".l"t's-H. I:. Sparkman, Tampa.
in Cbhcr'tor County' Judge-James H, Chandler
\ April.Columbia Enter
of Rl'L'/IIIIt-\V, F. Huns: Tampa. ,
/ Preparations( for the reception of the 31 Monday after Hh IollliayIII prise.
Sd ool9-\V.I',1teudersun
Superintendent of /
t French guests: are nearly complete) and April. Tampa. Clerk John W. Dickins Enterprise.: .

:; J I nothing will bo left undone to I give; the descendants Lafayette; Cth Tuesday alter lth Monday JEFFERSON jriff-'V.. A. Cone, Enterprise.

>',1 I of our allies at )Yorktown favorable i Fit, in Full April.TermTuvlor County Judge-J. B. Christie, Monticcllo.Slierifc prise.As.ies.tor of Ttl.l'l's-John Anderson, Enter.

: Impression of the city and citizens of : t 1st Tuesday after It-t Monday in (;='T, H. :;: Monticcllo. Collector (lflt't''IIue-John B. Jordan De-

\ the capital of the United States.: I s Comfort, October. Cll'fkW.. C. Bird, Monticello.Superintendent Land.

\ I II IJ Madison: :2d! Monday in October. of 8d/llllls-\V. R. Taylor, Superintendent of SchotJs-A. Cranslmw
r AND Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. :Monticcllo.County Enterprise.
J lU'I'un.llW1:lJ. Treasurer-W. M. Girardeau, Mon.
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday WAKULLA COUNTY. .
I J Jt To the Editor; of the Minor : Durability in October.Columbia. ticello.Collector. .
rlk I I't l 3d 1 )Monday after 1th Monday( in of JCI'CIlIle-Jo8'l'h' Palmer, :Mon County JudJe-W. A. Giles Crawfordville.
t k A wandering tribe, called the Siouxs October.Lafayette. ticello..tssessor. hiW, II. Walker Craw ford ville.

Wear moccasins, having no shiouxs ; Cth Tuesday! after 4th Monday of Tares-J. P. Grantham, Waukeenah. Clerk-Nut. Walker, CrawliJrdville.1tl'Tillft:111lt .
I II They are nude of buckskin, of Schools-W. T. Duval,
k. I I With the Ih'sh"llll' in. in October. Crll w fo rd v ill le,
9 96 9t Embroidered with beads: of bright Idouxs. FOURTH clltCUIT.Spring County Trcasurt.-\V, Walker Craw

!. r Term ( J. Dixon, New Troy fordville.
I Now doesn't this look ciouxrious ? St. Julut's. 2d Tuesday March. "' / ('riff( -Thomas:4 Walker, New Troy. Collector of R'I.tIlUeII, Walker, Crawford .

f 'Tis enough to spelling one fiouxrious I ISI Clay, 1th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Ilowell Hawkins! New Troy ville.Assessor.

) u word! to the wise: Bradt, rtl, l.st Tuesday in April. Superintendent ofSchaul-s-J.C.Rams'cy J : New of Tu.resIt! Reynolds, Craw
1 Pray our language revise 15aker'd: I Tuesday in v\i>ril. Troy. forll vi lIe,

With orthography not so injiouxrious. Hating largely increased my Nassau at 1 TlIl'lclay.III"l'ril.: County Trefl.'llrcr-J. )(. N, l'ecol'k.cw
1 )1)uvaul,1st\ Tuesday in May.[ Trov.
Scribner's Miiguzine. stock of Foot-wear in both fluemud J11//; TI'I'III- Collector,. of Revenue" -Newton Sapp, New G. P. VERY, ,

t And it is singular this horrible medley we medium grades, I am Baubles St. John's :2d! Tuesday in September.'lay '\',
'. t 4th Tuesday in September.Bradford. Assessor of T..rl'If-\, S. Ackley New Troy,
call good spelling. The late prevalent
poetry to be To
re my customers 1st Tuesday in October.
t. which is: having; such a run, anti U sample Baker, 2d;! Tuesday in October.Nassau. LEON COUNTY.Gmnty .
a lery large assortment of AND HOARDING) STABLES.
t of which is seen above, it is to be hoped, : Tuesday in October.Duval lje'm.. P. Byrd, Tallahassee.Sheri'J' IAIVEIn"
will point the way to a better style of printing Hoots" and Shoes made by the 1st, Tuesday in November. (./crl.-e.! A.A.MOselev'I'allahassee.Bryan, Tallahassee.Superintendent CARRIAGES: AND WAGONS

I. < and! writing. most competent and skilledworkmen. FIFTH (IKCCIT. of 81"11/)4,11 Hen ry N. Felled To and from Steamers and Trains.

When a machine Is ren.lercil'IluelcSl by These" (:uocl.'t'I't' ""iriniTerm- Tallahassee.Treasurer CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC;
Sumter, :31 Monday March. -J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee. i
\ some improvement that supersedes: its most purchased, .urSII.' and are Marion, 4th Moiulay: in March. ('uflcTtu'tf lcreuueC.. Pearce Talla FOR VLF. ;

t J t imjiortant{ features! the practical manufacturer Putnam. titt'fuesthtyafter 4th Monday in hassee.Auesior: HORSES, HUGGIES: HARNESS: ,

\ !f at once casts the old atl'air aside. only exchanged for the same March.Ixvy. : of Ttues-G. A. Croome, Tallahassee C.U'fHXU WAGONS.ftrOtaco .

i t When U line of goods: becomes antiquated the commodity. 'I'hl"111" be deemed 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in Fft'TERMS and Htable--Plr.-t CASII,-' Street
March. near
It t merchant buys no more of iU When u new a pleasure after seeing. examining Alachua, "It11Momtayafter 4th Monday LI"I"tWSTY. Broom btreet Wharf. 4.tf!
Jiulije W. II.
Ciiunty + Sebring, Bronson
makes a superior product at less March. ; n ___ _
l process a ; and learning at what Clerk-]. M. Barco Bntnson. __
!f' cost the old method: ,discarded whether in F-iit TermSumter- Sheriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.Assessor Stoves and Tinwarc7W.

lr! the arts or sciences. extremely low prices these 1st Monday in October.) of Tujfct-Louis Api>ell, Hronson. -.---
Cioods, otlt. Marion[ 3d 1 Monday in October.Putnam. Collector Jet'flllle-J. Ira I STKKETY
are red. of Core, Cedar ,
1 r' Physicians! : no longer, give heroic doses of 3d Tuesday in November.Levy Key.

t 1t. t Peruvian bark Clearing-houses lessen the 2&* fly stock of
troubles of The 1st Monilayafter 4th Tuesday inNovember.
,. exchange. telegraph and I I IC1S1I1JOOI>S Is worthy hall Bronson.!
I telephone make olden times blush fur slow. MDISON COUNTY.
tht.1It'lIlIoll of 'those desiring : SEVKJiTH! CIRCUIT.barring .
I ness. The steam engine and the electric line (:ood. : TrrutOrange CututtyJudge-R. M. Witherspoon, Madi

: f 1 light vs. the dog-power and the |penny dip. ; 4th Monday in January.Volusia. son.

). Wtf have entered a new ,'ra. discarded old ir-Orders left to my selection ;3d 1 Monday in February.lirevard. Shrrff-S. :M. Hankins. Madison 1 1
Clerk John M, 1.
Begs Madi.sonSujifrintendent
hot in March.
Ideas, old machine old methods, except, will receive careful and prompt )Dado, 3d Monday Monday in April. of Schools-E. S. Tyner

and I U, not that singular, the "art preservative attention. Full 1'mn- Madison

1 of arts," the royal road to success, falls J Orange; :?Monday in August.Volusia ; County Treasurer. S.. Smith Madison.
i back toluolhevalways and usages ; the precious PRESCOTT, 2d I Monday in tvptenuher.Jtrevanl.4th Collector of Rn'tnue-M' II. Warring, Mad-[ "
In [:Ion.

." amber contains: the pre-adamitc tly. _l-3n\'- :. -= _-Fcrntutdlitu.l'lu.- _- ,,_ _t._ .- -_-= Dade, 2.1 Monday Monday in November.County September.. Assessor of Tare*-B. Wailsworth: Mad) 'Ij
: Such spelling. such defiance of rules but no ison.

{ wonder Dutch, Irish, French Gothic, .Honey Sated IN Money lade II M.\N\TEK (YIUXTY.County .

: YOUR ENGINES: FROM 1 Ofllt't'rH. Judge-7. T.
i Latin, Greek how could such a mixture be PURCHASE Crawford Manatee.
the $IOO on a 10 11 irso ; $;im.i .1L\cuiV.t COl'XTY. Clerk-RolK'rtS. fin filth. Manatee
1 uniform 1 Hut does It |uy to keep up these ". A JO: Horse, and $3:;500 t on a ;to Horsepower t\t\tity Ju>lje-Jtti\lus U. Gardner (Gaines Sheriff A. Watson, l"ino Ix>vel.AsMssorof .

;. obsolete forms ? Why do wet To make the. Engiiie: ; :Send: I fur our prices before pllr.l'Iu1..III Wire*-S. J. Tyler Bradentown

1 query practical, take the Mirror of October l ;': Ingiues: thins, J'f\'l' Saw uIIII ville.MrkJ.. A. Oirlislo.\ liiteville.SWT Collector of Revenue-Marion O. Carlton STOVES: HEATERS, RANGERS. .
Grist Mill*. ThivsKTs.! IIr kiiid'f Ma- I II P trash.Sulwrt5itnulatt.
amity ( John >\ Turner (Gainesville.A '
'The first first TIN
for criticism column
Ut ? "'lln'r '. \\ AND_ SHEET-IRON
<* are Mannfaetun'r, WARE.
Agents, -* of nrtt-Goorgo W. Hawthorne (Iftool.l'cllx J. Reward,
page contains 113 ,lines, tNa) words, 3,300 let. and guarantee Kiti-r.u-ti.ui in qu.ilitv, Und I Hawthorne. I II Line lxvel. ROOFING AND GUTTERING
tern ; of these 330 letters are ilent or 10 |>er price. WALKER: LOUD. I Wltcloof ere/ -Ci. P. Thomas, Gaines MVRIOX COUNTY.Omnty I'UMPS'IRIV1N;: ) ,
No. 13.1 Meeting : WELLS; ETC. I
cent. Page 2, second column 'hits 10J linen, l'hark'sttm i [stnvt. West ido, near ville. Juil-jt-Samuel F. Marshal, Ocala. A large stock of ,
Hold. 'Iarlciuu S. t' .Salwri.tenkll" of tWiOj>li-\\. :\. Sheath Clerk Robert Stoves on band. Give me
Hullock Ocsila.
1,300: wordy 5,000 letters, eilent) letters 7lW or .\April, ItiILI.; I Gainesville. SlltTi.fU. CrutchtleU Ocala oilier a oaf, stud (' 'I'l-aw- my prices with those of
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A T.ILl O.V Jll.\'Ull1 sonic rainy day: when nothing; prey's.tosnake r-------- (>)' 50 PER DAYCAN OLOOO. 188] .
,Icnt of the ell/llltl'll (1Clltlrllt11& nji' a year's supply''' of holders. Hits of
A correrPau to recommend the kcepk clean carpet\ or pieces of "comforts," are
wy'S it is, I for making/ manure, and the /good for the 1'111111:1111111: Cover with new I ,. r n-, '. x f F ,,," It .
,! of t'k%wuul,1% bc 1111 riht; bllt fof thf.l't calico and !sew\ brats curtain: ring 11 one ]HASII.Y: :: HH MADK ,by using the" ', t I : "'" >. '

tlwtt'the work is often/ done in s n bungling corner to hang, them h,.. You will not regret 'i,.: ',;:'.:" :
i Tie "'.mure I IJ nudeand then, IIItht an hour or two /given 'to this work TEC IEFLORIDA .. '. -.t

W.IY.gNat 1 iJritvof: cases, it it suffered\ tci Ciun HOIT.-Put into a saucepan one 'I .
Thl! \ j ;Irt, tlltan.norelm | quait of milk, with little grated. nutmeg, VICTOR.
tl.! theevaltic'
'\'J half of what N pounded mace, salt and cayenne pepper to
''''fle allowed to be lost, even when it taste Pick out, in as large flakes as possible :
mil' readily: be uviil. .It only requires the meat from four\ large crabs rescrving .
tlIi.tht; u.J.III1jt. of f.iu'hItWhichlrconfnl, the fat from the luck, amid u.Id to the 11'ILL .\ tTUnxu: ROCK.
1e+t alJiurl>l'. t I !e soup.\ Miv the fat: with a tl'Wi"oonrnl of
be obtained from the woods ami butter and stir it in, simmer gently 'f ..rtwenty
W1\'S;..MtitiL-s gathered in a short tiule, as: it i iI itami minutes. Just I Ioe' ,',11'1' serving alt i nOlnx(, II A(:II IM.lt\'.

il'lit l easily: scraped toother, The labor one pint of ream, let it get quite hot and MIRROR
d this it in the stable is more serve.J.(:!.) Put into a saucepan half tin
to ") Illltlll\'l'l\ ill the benefit It has: onion, a quart of milk and some shred \paisley 4.
than the sui ii, independent, of the, M\'ill"' :of ; boil, and then add the picked meat"uuci'pan in niiy part of the ('nlllltr"t.. mean it, "f >-: .'
\\1"11\\ i .I. II r' *i..t.. tittitli II....it nunnrc, but le man'' 'n' "I'"'' I' era s tin ne' to netts I. 11111 lire prepared
surbent as well UoC upon the soil, mill l'ot'l1I1't ', over the lire an ounce of butter They are operated by either :Man. Horse or I \ ,
land chemically and iiieihti.upon with an of tl and stir
the \ equal quantity mr\ .'
Steam: Power and I bore r.I pi.I. They
ie.llh', l' pcl' ,IIIV, clay and sandy soil them into the soup\ with\ hlllt'll pint ot very
Itch lulllI"t 1 'ba tae l "I ""I" J'\ .>at suit' !That cream beaten up\ wi i h the yolk and white III' range in sire from TIIIir.K: 1 INCH TO 41 -, ." "
flay been said of I leaf inld appliealnio t an egg ; add salt and cayenne pepper.' Let FEET: : IN DIAMIU'IMI: and will bore to ,, ':'> '.,
rniullv to muck, with the djl lcrencc that!. it it just:; come to the boil and serve. "

h}n t,1 bo handle: ,I once the advantages oftenor by arc thr,muchcreatiT. \vin.r\ (ft'Mno FII. :T 1'411l'l'-l'lIt up\ a chicken!. I .. -ST"E \ IVX= ;,.. "

it UP to (as'it Irnut makes excellent tillallo land of wash: and \\'iplit perfectly div, pi-ppcrand) ANYThey IUttIII1UU: : IU"II: .
salt it ; fry the |>nreuntil brown in hot
n w..i-te and a nuis mce.: Loaf 1111111111:18: theAluit.UJ butter or l lard' ; sprinkle with IImr. A.Id A ;
; of b >tn saw-dint and muck in two chopped onions, a little finely I mincedparsley
thai it will be dry enough 11a dI.or. two together with \pounded mace and a will bore successfully nnd, satisfactorily

after II rain, and fie l farther time advantage: thatit door two, and sweet herbt-thyme! and in all kinds of K.irtb: Solt Sand; and ,
be gathered at any durillg'tlae
nuv 1'our
marjoram. over u little white stock or
1'1 He-ride, the stables! are kl'l'trl Limestone, JlillIlIlillllll5tllIH': Coal, Slate;
l'r .
511 1111 broth, 11111 1 then stir ;gently to 1'1'I'\'I'lIt burning
.III so that milk will not be tainted whiledravi'i ; until I conked. TIIl'III1ltl, -milicU'iit stock Hard Pan travel, Lava, lluilderV) :S-rpen- ,

which is not the ease when the air is: and the liquor ironi one quart of oysters.Ituil tine and Coiiglomcrate/ Um-k, and /guaranteed \: -I r -
clKir.vd with foul odor' *, to My nothing of
I until it is
wanted. Just IIl'I
: of such: fouliusH the health to make the very best of Wells: in ( trick vs
the edict: upon|
put in the oysters and silt into it a tablespoonful : -
niilomfirtof I the stock and the mi HUT. of the gumbo liltt. Stir well to Sand. They are light-running, simple: I inconstruction I N "

Well bed led with line, soft material, the viable the bottom let it conu to the IIl.illlllll srrvcimmediately. easily operated I, durable, and I ) I"j

II wr will nffird I comfortable, dry !place aster b tiled as for curry, each acknowledged as the best t and most practical j
for the anlmaN to lie and stand upon. tlbliill'l. :
grain should he served I with it.lIlIllIho 5)s
Tins is what i meant:: by keeping; stock to filet is made of the tender Ial'hilll'l'xtant. They mire endorsed by same

mike m mure for the fa rill. Hut more is leaves of the sassafras, !picked in spring young and of the highest State 011I..1.11."t" contract
meant ; the m inure is n >t to be thrown rat i ''
dried I
carefully in the shade, powtUre.l tine, for I prospecting i for
carelox-'ly a'id allowed to be washed out bv battled and corked.. '
the rains evaporated h)' the hat tlion h. 5)fc i 'I
it sulfjrs le eh ir.;u! I, a-i it i is, with vegetable material.. i I1I1'1; 1:1.1111.1.7'S. COAL, OOL}). SILVK15, COAL OIL,
11 a'i: cass it sI.IlIJllbo: applied on the laid A sure way to gain the I favor of either the
as gist: a:*, made, or as soon alter as possible ; Kiijg of Itiirni.i or the King of Siant; is to AMI Ai.t Ktsirt: OKA 11INFU.tt.s. J
othi-rwise keep it under cover This should present him with a white elephant. Hence,

b<' d'me\ for ('lIrl.filII. manuring, when it whenever there are reports of such an animal I-
will III grass land. the 11I'I mat /good, fortifying I. having: been :-; \'eredanywherethere No. fur sinking Artesian: Wells and Coal .

it arain-t the winter, and favoring tin early are always prospecting pailijs Wlltl :ol'lOllt :Shafts:; : etcWe also furnish llugines: lloil- .H
tpring; "ta rt. from both Hurma and Siam; to determine
It I is important to spread manure: early whether it is really what it is represented to ers: Wind-Mills. Hydraulic Hams: \ Horse-( - -

and at once when drawn, so. that the entire be. It is tlieivfoie. somewhat surprising\ : to 1''wl'rs.lIrkk u-hines: : :Mlnin Tools, portable -

surface of the field /gets the benefit. If sonic lind that the agents 01'n menagerie: ; have Forges, Uock Drills, and Machinery of
)jurts are poorer apply m ire manure, but managed: to step in before the vigilant Oriental ) all kinds. ,
equally even. Then the /growth will all elephant-seekers: ami carry oh" want I N
co ne alike, and no full crop can be grown asserted, to be the llrst: white elephant ever iT-J and active Agents wanted in every
without. Always apply n brush-drag or harrow landed in Kurope.; Scientific observers will country in the world. t
; to even it. Care should be taken to in doubt inspect the new arrival and determine AddressWESTERS t
turn the m:inure under at the earliest possible :; his right to the description /given to i ,
c mvenienoe to prl.'l'lItVashllljt: tivvav him. 1'cudiagtheir verdict it may bu worthwhile :BOOK ANn: '
by ruins, and loss: through the atmos therein l'l'rhal'to:; consider the Hurmcsc:: test { : : mCUKERY: SUPPLY DEI'OT, ,

t the shape of gases. IX-ep ploughing; many points of an albino elephant. 511 Walnut Street
not be necessary, especially if the land is White crows: rats mice, and hares, are ,

lint to be cultivated I soon-a mere skin to common and easily distinguished ; but it i isditcrcut SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI: ( :; U.S.A.
cover, the manure; may be all that the case with a white elephant lie is not
requires. Of course it will be understood: to be considered: : as snow-whit'* ; vel' far State in what Paper you saw this. 1
that this: refers to cultivated lands: only ; from it. All the white elephants now existing t-
when manure is placed an lands: as a topdressitig ; in Slum and Bllrmu are of' a light m. u De
; no I ploughing will I be done-in that color, somewhat of! the same tint as: the pale
case we shall have'to take the chances as to freckles to be found on the.trunk oljordinarv Vijls UNDEltCULTIVATt 1flSND1
w"te-Jloliile Ileijiitcr. clcuh.mts. This; (Ii brit: gray i is uniform allover I

-- the spots on the trun.c being whiu. JOB PRINTING HOUSE
The depth of the color, 'however varies ; SEEDS
TO11ACCO S7't;MS FOlt OltAtfGETllKES. ,
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greatly, and there are often blemi-bcs in the P.Tt.I t8 ', *
shape of darker patches which wllultIl'Cm! _!
Capt. Jordan used 4.500 pounds of tobacco t., ruin an otherwise eligible candidate's AIL, :

stem in fertili/ing his grove with entirely claim. It has: "been, therefore, found .. ,, ', '. ;;
satisfactory results. The at:mils: were shipped necessary to determine some infallible DHVIDIAPIIFTy PH'I't. PHII.A.

here. At his request we publish: the following test:: points which, will demonstrate _______u_ __ __ ,
analysis showing the amount of volatile the right of the animal to his title

1111,1 I mineral elements contained in 1,000 The Burmese skilled men fix upon two of It111'.tlllMy /. .

partsIn : these tests as superior\ to all others. One is $1,000 -.:
1,000 parts 700 are volatile or escape as that the elephant shall (have 'live toes' Instead Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, ; '
l gas and 1II.ke on being burned and 210 of four. This is a good wI'lIf making son, J. J. DICKLSON'( ; Jit., was mur ';
parts are deposited tin$ ashes. The ashes arc certain ; but occasionally\ tl.c.-e are imlu'i.-! dered ,bv u mob In the town of Leesbnrg, II .:,; ,t.gym,
C"JUI'.IilJ: of the mineral constituents the tably black elephants which have the nacre I huniler County, Florida, on the morning of ..
tobacco! that which it draws from the earth number of toes. These are white elephants the 15th of/ Jill t' last. I will pa v a reward, .' ,
and wliien I is returned to the earth and used debased bv sin, laboring under the of ONH: THOUSAND IMLLA1W) for the
as plant food woeii the tobacco is: applied as! Kharmu of previous existence, and thl'fl'I I arrest of the murderer, with proof to convict
a fort liier.: The 24J parts of mashes contain fore ineligible for the honors accorded to the them. I
of I' Ita,,, U5.7J, ot'SD.la 8M!), of magnesia, real animal. The other test i is considtiolperfectly I J..1. HWK-OX[:; .
:j.-'O., ofl'mic 84.80, of pli isphoric acid Iil>>, decisive, no matter what the rccase August l.'l.: 1111'
sulphuric acid !113J, of silic 13 4, and of tint of the kill mav be. It i is this; : if FERNANDIM&
chlorine, which completes the '210 -1 FLORIDA.
parts, you pour water upon' a' white" elephant ,
10.30. he turns red, while a black elephant only .; .
Oi*these elements potash, phosphoric acid! becomes blacker than ever. This is the final THE MOST POPULAR \:1. '.( :;: .' ,. :.
limo are generally needed in Florida suit
test always resorted to in :\Mandalay. -
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may .
and have in lough the order available inic.l.mineral Indeed plant m ist soils food be will hoped pass these that the two animal tests triumphantly recently\ l.indcd'. If:I .. : ," ;;. I r j (\;..{ u. .' ::, :;..:'j::,: : ;, 'i, :' ': ";- Y, {jt '

except of these; kin,Is. By available {plant he does: Theebru will tremble for his throne, iljOMACHINES, ,._ il'...'..'FSicefis.V1 h.:''It ,:. >"..*'w .\ .1:. :,(' ( "?.;'<' 'i-'l.L'f'; t,117 '! }'''','' :_ ,n.z ,, I. .. .>, .
f od 1 wo mean foo I in such a condition that it and will take 13 ';.( ,-
no in the
more pleasure monopolies ,. ,., : '
can be received in to the circulation of the he has been >- :":::"" '!,f: s;{' '.'. > \: {
instituting/ so; lavish y .., :
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p.a.it. Fur this it must be capable of dissolving : "
of late. -;S7. J lIt that it will pass into the sap and -- ... :', ; <.
wall ittliMiig'i the minute cells of the '
plant '
Great 1'i-cinlnni lAnt. f ': "
it is, helping to build ups This is one reason ll : :
that ,1.Jcl.vinJ vcctuhltsamid I animal manure** The NEW YORK WKEKLY F.XI'KKHS: estab ,
ares > volhl.lule-the contain the mineral lisped in lHr: is not only 111\01)1' the oldest
elements in thjs dissolved state, ready for and cheapest: but IIl'ltIf the New York Having added NE\V TYPE: AlVIk) NI'\V I.IU:.NNI:._z tn our ""RIM'u"". an ftI'UnYUtK''__; _
Weekly Family paK-rs.| It Is MOWmaking ,

Use.Of the 733 volatile parts of tobacco, or for great/ and :Mioctwful effort to reach SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to usotho name, we are now '
9'tle.lrtll'ut' : to those who are not a larger and! more /general circulation than
Jumilur with the subject, of the 7GJ t pounds any Weekly Newspaper in the United States, t prepare to do and A .
that would go oil' in *>mokeon burning 1,000 and to this end i is IIlfl'n..l"n attractive list nf ADEDE any every kind printing., ,: .,: 0"

1''llll.11'10ftlllucCI, uiiinunia is the most im- substantial and attractive premiums to Qi.
single and club : :f,
l".)rtint. TIIJ am HInt s.) escaping: is not subscribers. The blngestablislieil : ?
S.KIWU: in the table before us but we believe reputation and iesMtnsibilitv| of 4 J'>t'\.t-: '. 'tt"j .
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it is a large Per cent. In order that an idea the Publisherwho not onlv 'publish'the 1 : ', :' t ,
of the euuitrativeriehness of the dmtlireu: Weekly Express; but till New York Uailv '
livening: J Express, is a 11Il1lll'tent iif; *
plants' miy tie formal we will aid 1 that guarantee
a ittoii tilre has only, 13, wheat :2)' the a.ol..1| faith that will govern their distri I '
1\11,1 cuttoii saxl37 parts ash in 1OOJ. This bution. wilts the iiianr other attractions! \ -jj

hh nvs, tlic great value uf tobacco. Vi>lu ln of the Weekly, Kxpress; it publj.hes! regu FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK
( TO
County Newf. larly, by authority; the Hrooklvn Tabernacle t(1J' VISITING CARD

Sc-rmons_ tf the Hev T. DjWitt Talma(-, i ,.
11. I), The II -
USEIIOLli KXO WLEliQK. zubscriltiou price. One Dollar a 5V51JfE
year, places it within the reach of all The ,
oflii-e of the New York Weekly J':Kxpres is
The easiest and 1 bet way to prepare to- 23 Park How, New York. 47 .u.

inatovs for t-atsuji b ; 1"iNtYil>z them witha ------.- -, ------- -- -- - ----- ....
.3 cltuu towel ; then Plato in 11 dripping-pan. T": TH obtained for new inventions
8111 I bike them u nil the/ tender. 1)\ '
are Then .
11- or for improvements in old : ;
you Wilt have dituVulty in rubbing tJiem "
IJUC Caveats. Iufrhl erllents, Trallo. lark1t
througii u nievtf, and will save time by not and all Illlsiu An Neatly and at* Cheap .-'
patent an
) ,' attend l lags any Office in Florida. -J
iH'ing for several obliged t4> cut them in slices: and"cook to. INVKNTION'S; : TILT JlA"I': IIKKN: ALWnY / .; <:)
nl-II L'TJoD: may still, in most cases lie iwt.ented eQUgt. ',. ,-..1, .-rm.. ;., ".,,,'., ,
A delicate and delicious dessert l III this, by us. Ileing ." ." ". "-, -' 'tJ"
: opiiwite the H. 8. Pat. -'' .' t., .. o11" t ,
IJate u r.p..m,;" cake in a shallow baking tin, emit Office, and engaged in PATKXT: HUKL ;:,., .. ," : : : .< : ;" '.--'HC. ,Jt"t'l.; !.,; ;t:' "
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s > that the cake will be about twit inene Nl-HS: KXCLUSIVKLY.: ; we can w-cure '\ t'r Ioc' -, ,. t. w\.t\ '!::' .,. _
thick: wnen it isd,me. Over this pour some cuts iii less, time than those who are remote pat. ': : fj : t :; -. : ', : .
.biitwl.,ru" patches ciutard! and JII+t More berving blice from Washington. LIFETIME M .' ..... ..,, I 'f- .. "' _" ).-i''j" _iJ,,'': ,", p'.V'I;"_; ;61.1,..;\,'... ,.t'::i
put a laver of them over When Inventors ..... "OJ' -
send mixlel or sketch ; ,' '
the coke Then beat the whiten of ; ;: '1' i : \ .l: J
eggs to a we make search in t'-e Patent 01111:... and RPASESJ.OTHERS _
froth and '
put the :.
aver When x'
top. you udvi>e as to its patentability freeofmuse.. ",
make the custard use the yolks & .
only preserving Vurrl"'I"JI..II'Jll' coniiMentiul : fees reason o. .-,
whites! for the tUIJ9. 'When able ,
; and NO rilAUUII t'NJ.I-XS: $ PATKN'T "
peaches Wed. are out If season orange* may be ; H: llltTAINKIi.: 30 UNION SQ.NEW YORK 't".. r
\\ refer by l permi-Miun: to the City Pout :'IIr-"(
To prevent blisttring; thi |Palm of your roaster! and to the Superintendent of tin- CHICAGO (iiL.-e-- ftDon't send: your. order for HUNTING III.YPIKO and RULING to oflicearotit=t

hand while ironing, make a holder of mostly I'ust-Ofee Money Order Division in Wash. tORANGEMA8 !"I'" .,. .. '_. .. -
thickl\et. ur paper You can u>another intun.o'ur; siM.fi.il i references, circular wr. m aide the State Order for either will receive prompt attention from us. Addre r,
holder liver thin, and l *<. prrvent the sureness : vice, terms, ('tI.., addrtti iit _. *;
sure t<. illow whtu one uiiaivtiAtoniedto ; ." _

it u obligeJ! Ut iron. It i If a gout! plan 2-tf Opp.Patent t:OJIw. A. H011'tt, Washington Ct),,.11.(". i 'U 25 WWtrliVl $t t., '.....a.u"I.: ..'. f.".h' -.' ... ""-ft.'c-,-'h,,' I LUIt IA, '''', 11iIItltOlt, h ,.t

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THE ? MIRROR AXOTllKH WIUWTilE / The Wreck oI1c1"10 Jtou-laml Olflbrd/ C 0 Mann, wife amid 2 children, A S Xew ,Advertisement--

(t' : jLORroA The St. Augustine ll'tr/l/i/gives/ the following Mnnn, wife and 2 'hililren1Is: ( May Mann ----..
:Mrs A ( J W and son Mr
Guinm Kjelganrd
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IIRtO n'STLfMLOST OS I'r.uc.I": account of the of the nn.SIIOCH.: .
:1.00.l YKAH; $1.00 J'Oll131X MONTHS.Reflections. coking Brig and :Mrs W F Silos, P F Wilson, :Miss!'! LizzieShort" ov '''"*'
; -THE CREW \VF-0. Howland which. cleared Messrs. Harbour Daniel ST./1)I I S'S
was : by N L O.ino. Geo A ,
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---- ---- --- -- ------ --- During the heavy blow of Tuesday the Milliard t Bailey: nt Kings 1 Ferry, with lIunl'Ir: and :Mrs E; D Ilore and 4 child 1

} brig /'111111Captaill, Robertson, of Monte I I lumber for Perth Ambny : rl'lIIfrelt Hall, :Mark[ 15n.mii A llorc., Mrs Win. Maggie Johnson Harmon, Isaac, Tim ST.side of JOHN'S the St. John's: (' im1'1'-:; ,'' '

A new daily morning }paper is to be established Christo, bound for this port, went ashore on I The brig, I. Jfimt/iwl, owned by Wither- Hiss: Hcdwig Lundbcry, K: K Perry, 11 I S:; of the most attractive places Upoll, ,|1;( 'r
spoon & foww ; in few weeks. I'elicalhank, north breakers, near where IIO-mlds, .J.\ Phillips, and daughter, t
; i in Jacksonville a the steamship\ City of Austin was lost. She !. O. Catharin./ bound for l'erth11I111)\', N. J., Mrs II Wilcox, U A Wcidncr, :MM Olive II instruction of U ;v. J. H. MYMW Vn iM"Mvnrcs. ,.
U with n of car lumber cleared t'ernan- A pleasant! P.
A German benevolent and immigration cargo Champney, Amo Feilit/.sch! (. W Hawkins, homemid'tlmr: f1
is a total wreck. The captain states! that his diva !bar, having loaded at King's Ferry, on strnction. Session of 32 ?I'">!I Ij'
society has been organized in Jacksonville. :MrsT I 8: ]Ritdnc( II T Stront, N Starr. G I L wel'ks.
..MlI colors were set for a pilot during the day, the morning of the .">th! I inst. When about Robinson, George Adams, Edward: Hudnall, Address REV. J. H. :MYPiN; :;

f About forty Jewish refugees arrived at but that none boarded him The sea was nineteen mile" Ci t of Fernandina she was A L Bailey, S Wanton and wife, Mrs U j' _.HJ _______Florence_____, St.__John's uV., ,.1"r".'?
( Cincinnati, O., on Wednesday, from Russia. and getting well inshore the by a heavy quail and sprung a leak Davis, Monseur; :Mi-s( Mary Robinson! Mrs -
rough ,
J very about ft 1'. III m 1.t the 1 same day.l She then laid) Lizzie Jackson, Miss Hattie Chestnut, Clinton INSTRUCTIONS Ix
In the recent Republican state convention captain decided to try to make the harbor to for about two hours and began to fill, Paul, John Uogert, wife and 2 children, D1\l'I1C C;,

r w :t held in New York, the Ifalf Breeds con without a pilot. The vessel !soon' struck on when *.hc. was:' put before the wind and ran John Nilson, C Armstrong, John Clark, KWavcrley I TUESDAY "

trolled the nominations. the shoal and remained fast. The crew staidon until midnight, when the water commenced( I Scott, W Simmons, Mortin-: o'clock, October AFTERNOON.12 h. the ot tlrc,1,,
; breaking over her rail, and into her cabin F Xeick': E: K F undelwit
per, J W White, Burgo\ will SCHOOL )
board until the next morning and I open a FOR lla l'IXHc
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company early ami forcastlo. At 12. midnight, the eatainheaded (;
: Wiebsocht, J Fisher, I 8:; Grass, II Cox, J Hope, children at the
1.I then ashore. The brig is fast breakingup. for shore, and made the light of this Lyceum Hull. ]nstructinul;
1.i declared a semi-annual dividend of five Percent came N S Ha/en, John Kinsney I Wright, S will be given Tuesday ')
every '
1.I on Wednesday last. She was eighteen years old, of 200( tons bar nt four in the morning of the fith. Hetried Brnsie, W H West.! I afternoons. and irit%
to her into the harbor
get but failed in
I I m1 I register and valued at $10,000. She is said Passengers\ from Fermmdina for New York I j.er Terms for a course of 12 Lessons.
Major Oeorge It. Fairbanks, editor of The consequence unmanageable condition per steamship Western Texas October 13, 10p. ) SI
I h1 to be insured. The l'untahinti/ was bound to She struck what I is known MRS.:\ F. B. LIVINGSTON" '
on as Bird Island
\ Mirror is expected home from his summer in.: :Mr N :Martin Mi!'s Florence All- I : :
,t in King's Ferry, to load with lumber, and was at the south entrance of this !bar, and is !spaugh' Mr G J[ Parker, Mr W It Kelsey, I Miss If. BALT2ELL, '
vacation a day or two. now lying at the mercy of the elements- :Mrs Sarah Kl'IIcvIrt, : K
in ballast when she struck.I'owlloatu Kelsey. Pianistalhers
( .' Herbert Bufllngton, a gunsmith of Jack. --- -- r being total wreck. The following'is the cargo ot the Western Mi-s ANNIE TUCKER, ,
\1 t --- -- Terut for New York ISW( bales cotton, 300 -- ---
sonville, committed suicide on Wednesdaylast as ]'hots.A : ST. JIARVS: IIHill
Archer. SCIIOOI:
logs cedar,170 boxes cedar 80! bbls
spirits, '
himself the bead of considerable interest to the '
i by shooting through case commerce To the Editor of tie Mirror : 13.i: bbls rosin, 183 bales hides, 20 crates oranges ST. MARY'S, GEORGIA

4 f The United States'Minister to Austria, the. of Fernandina was tried Thursday AUCIIEK, October 10 1881. .packages various, 8 boxes bacon. .
I before Justice Ellermann. The EXERCISES::; OF THIS
complaintmade (
Hon. William Walter Phelps has asked to TIm lIOOI
Cotton gins arc in full !blast. There is
a Notice to TaxPayers.I be resumed the first :
James Bell of the Monday\ 'i'in
be relieved as soon as a successor can reach by Captain pilot- brisk traffic in the fleecy staple at 51) cents September, 1881. Thorough preparation,
am now ready to receive State amid of
1 Vienna boat Jenny/ inc/nllcgcd that Captain Decker, cO\ln.I' BUYS and GIRLS for the best
per pound( the !seed. ty Taxes assessed!' for the year 1881, Colleges!! in
of the Athlete "did 1 the 20th of Georgia guaranteed.For .
tug ( on Sep
j The Western{ 'Texat brought! on her last trip The new boardittg-house; of :Mrs. Dardenis otHce, in Angel it Friend's store, on Centre Circular address' ,
tember, 1881, act as pilot on the Fernandinabar
several coops of fancy poultry. They were looming up. street.'V W. C. WRIGHT
by conducting the brig Sarah Ann to
M very fine birds and were consigned to par We are )pleased to !sec' the smiling face of Collector of Revenue for Nassau! County 40 Principal.
sea without having a license provided by
ties in Jacksonville.The James Skinner on our streets again. He reports Fernandina, Fla., October 15, 1881.
t law." The only witness was Captain Bell, HEADQUARTERS( I.'ORSE".IXG
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tax books for State and taxes Omaha as booming. He had a pleas-
county who swore that the captain of the Sarah Ann Xotlce to Contractors. MACHINES
ant visit. Late word from the other OILS
for 1881 have been turned 1 to Mr. Scott ,
over refused his services when offered, saying will be reellv'ltlntil 20th October
lows" indicate homeward Proposals .:!, ATTACHMENTS:" AND PARTS,
the collector, .and he is now ready to receive that ho could get Decker for nothing; that a flight soon. 1881: for work of clearing right of way- THE HOUSEHOLD, NEW
The new drug store 18I llttinir-un with
some and also for
taxes. :;ee illS notice. grading, furnishing
the Athlete towed the to DOMESTIC. WEED
!subsequently! !! brig SINGE( ,
fine furniture. cross-ties and laying the rails oi line of the
4 t Among the passengers who arrived by the! sea, and that he was certain no pilot from I CHICAGO SINGER, ETC.
place ,
now good.
c Weitern Texas this week from New York,,, the Excelsior or Jenny Liml was on board. very Every lady I should examine into the mere
)) W. B. has to in the for two sections of twenty miles each
Lipsey gone Tampa connecting its of the quiet{ light-running "lIO&S : "
were Mayor Haley and Mr. N. L. Gallo, and The witness cross-examination!'! said he :1I0Ll'
the south Sumterville
on near with before
interest of the Exposition.' Quite number purchasing! u Sewing Machine.::
Mrs. II. O. Gifford, of this city. could not swear that Decker was on board the work now in progress. Rufllcrs, Hemniers Tuckers, Tuck Folders"
of bo (
specimens will sent from Archer to ,
i The New York Democratic State Convention either the Athlete or the .S'ardA Ann. Specifications and profile to bo seen at the Lace and Fan Attachments; Otis' Plait-
Atlanta. ofllce of Florida Transit Railroad Company, ers Y oun '!"' Andrews' and
; ,
which met at Albany, N. Y., on Tues* The jury rendered a verdict of not guilty.A We Fcrnandina\ Fla. Magic
arc having splendid' weather for cotton Plaitcrs ; Tracing Wheels, Tape
5i day last, excluded both the Tammany and juror, speaking of the verdict after his picking, but too dry for "greens. Bidders will be required to specify the :Measures, Machine Holts

Irving Hall delegations from its delibera discharge from the case, said that the jury time within which the contract work will Bias Cutters; Wheeler & Wilson
trees in this heavily
I region are setting be
I II tions. felt that the pilots should be protected from completcd.o I Glasses, Brush Pads Bobbins, and
I for fruit S.iTT\Rirs.; D. E. MAXWELL, Wrenches Shuttles Dobbins
the practice by towboats of taking vesselsto .. .. .... I ; Needles,
t The returns from the October elections in -- 43. ,_ __ Superintendent. I Thread Cutters Check and Feed Springs( etc
Ohio and Iowa are as yet incomplete, but sea without a regularly licensed pilot of Lint of Letters ../Agent for I:. Itiitteriok Vs!

enough have been received to indicate that the port, but that in this case there was not Remaining the Poit-Ottlceat! )Fernandina For llcnt. I Patterns: and Publications. Send your :\11.

;i, both states have been carried by the Republicans sufficient evidence to convict, and that they' Nassau county, Fla., Oct !.">, 1881. Persons near A ,desirable Centre.: Apply residence: to on Seventh street. I dress ion Sheets for Catalogues-free. and Metropolitan Fash

it i I II gave the defendant benefit of the doubt. calling for these letters must say advertised JOHN HEHOES, I E.: H. SCOFIELD. s

t, in their minds as to his guilt. Had the evidence : 3.5-tf Railroad Office. 42.(111Rl( W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
The wreck of the bark Albino was sold
been more definite n con\'idion would Bacon, Charley Mangram, William ..
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:Thursday, by Thomas S. ]' ell!!, underwriters'ageut certainly have followed. Brown, Summers Nolan, PeterO'Kcarney .

[v to Messrs. Wightman & Christopher, Brown, FrankBrownMiss 1'. DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS.
The penalty is $100 for each otlbncc. II.
''t[ of Jacksonville, for $120, and tho cargo to : : Courtney, J'C'IIc1ariHliO:1I; : :: I I-uhcll
J. Baker, Esq.! appeared j for complainant Babatene. Miss Lucy Pine' W. B.
the firm for .
;:,. same $2i.All and T. W. Palmer, Esq., for defendant. Barber. Florida 1'. Pew, James J. & T. Iki YDD
\ j[ tho steamers engaged in tho Florida The pilots are certainly entitled to all the Clide, Mrs.: AnnaChiistopher.Mrs. Robison, Prof. El. A.

,I i travel, on their trips south,are bringing!!: large the law Chr. Robinson, Elmer A.Sandurs .
I protection gives them, and it is to Darling S. A. :Miss
i '. numbers of passengers, principally, as yet, be hoped that/ while in this case the offencewas Darby, John Sabberts, :Miss.I: til fie Have received, and will continue to receive, large shipments of

1 r I: home people returning from their visit "not proven," it may have the effect Floyd, G. C. tiwuin,1'. P.

.1 : r North. The Western Texas this week was of warning tho tow-boatmen at it (Gili'iorc; Miss Fanny Smith, May
taxed to its utmost capacity.The Ilearb, :Miss Hattie Taylcr, JaneIfeulersnnMissA1ey GOODS.
only by accident that the defendant: escaped i : Tomics, Dcngien> .

number of bushels of shell oysters conviction Heott, Edward Williams, Allen

taken this year from Virginia waters will bo ------ IlIni (JeorgeJohnson Williams, Jefrey
The Extra Session. Miss Julia \\'allaccIrs.:: OUR LARGE SALES enable us to offer these Goods: at such low prices us cannot
[ about and than third of
3,000,000 more a
In accordance with the proclamation of Johnson :Mrs. P. WheekrIatt.: B. fail to attract those who want Reliable GOODS AT Low Prices. Our lines of
'[ this: amount is handled by tho packers of the Piesident, the Senate of the United : Lewi", Mrs.: G. \"('lshlisii, : Nancy
f t Norfolk and Portsmouth. The estimated Mel, :Miss" / :Mary Wilso.: Mrs. Sarah
[, value of these I is about 350000. States met in extra session on Monday, October :Marshall: Jenkins Wheeler, Frank Dress Goods, Domestic Goods
r 10th, Thomas F. Bayard,of Delaware, Moore, :Mrs. Jennie Worton, Charl'sS.M'J. ,
I; Hon. Columbus Drew, Comptroller of the T. IIIDDELL,1)f.I.
elected President
was j ro. tern by n vote of Fancy Goods Hosiery Notions
f, 1 ,
State of 1o'ioridaduring Governor Drew's administration 31 to 33-Senators Davis. and Mahono voting

'j ,has been appointed State Agent with the Republicans. Range of Thermometer Housekeeping: Goods

', for tho Bureau of Immigration at Jacksonville On Tuesday, tho Senators-elect N. W. Al- Foil THE WEEK ENDING FRIIVY, OITOHER 14, ,

!r in place of the late Samuel Fairbanks, drich, of Rhode Island, and Senators Lap- IIOKSEY'B DRUG STORE.a ClothingCloths, Cassimeres,
it 'r ------ .
and has entered tho discharge of his
upon :ham and Miller of New York
were sworn E E E ,
duties. in. A petition was presented signed by : 11 .1' _,.: IIHt Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,

.' r of the l'ananuCunal Company 'I c.:>
\. .Tho manager members of the New York legislature, setting ----- - Gentlemen's

t., has arrived at New York from the forth the reasons why the New York Saturday.............. 77 80 80 70 XK FurnishingGoods,

Isthmus! and states that work on the canal Senators were ineligible to hold seats in the Sunday................ 7n H2 82 81 K
I It was advancing rapidly. Twelve hundred Senate. The Monday ............... 80 1013 R-I 82 NKTnl.hl will be found complete and. attractive, and will repay inspection before purchasing or
petition was tabled for future ). ............... 78 81 H2 79 NE. ordering el-ewhere.
men are employed at present in the excavations action Wednesday............ so 82: 83 82 XE. .

and it is expected to have eight thousand On Wednesday a number of nominationswere Thursday: ............. 81 84 I'll 81 I K New York Office, N.E. Cor. Centre and Third Sts.

I.. > at work by December.Mrs. sent in by the President! none, however Friday.-.84)! 8-1 --8-1- -- 82- --XE- 83 Walker Street }j 1{ Fernandina, Fla.,

'i i Marshall O. Roberts, whoso name directing this: section of the country

1 has been freely used by tho newspapers respecting On Thursday, Mr. Logan, of Illinois, introduced JIAR1XE.IVirf DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS.

a probable matrimonial alliance a resolution for the election of of Fer.nndina.

/, with President Arthur, has become so much Senator David Davis us President protein, of HIGH WATER.Saturday .

\.f.,. annoyed thereat that she requests tho pressto the Senate. Mr, Jones, of Florida, opposedthe Oct. 15:..... 1:19: .\. :.r. lI4: I'. M. SCHOOL BOOKS !

state that no tie beyond that of friend resolution, denying the right of the Senate Sunday, II 1(1..... 2:11: 'I 2:41: II
l'l l :Monday: II 17...... 3:HI" ::1:1:1":: :
ship binds her to the President. to reopen the question. :Mr. I-ogan's 'A'iivfiitAj' ', 18*.... 1.03: II1:24":

I ,. The car stables of the Fourth Avenue resolution was adopted ,by a vote of 3i'> to 31, Wednesday, ".. 11)..... -I'H":' 511"' LARGEST::; STOCK IN TIlE STATE AT
I'I' 20...... 5-1. ( "
I Street Railway together with about two Messrs. Bayard and Davis: refraining from Thursday, : : : :
: ,
Friday, 21...... 13:27": (0:45: U
I. hundred horses, were burned in New York voting. ASHMEAD
on Monday night. The flames set (fire to a The standing committees, as constituted! UNTEKEU.Oct. ,

furniture storage-house and the building, at the last session! were. continued.! 8-Ru: "!'ian Bark l' ko, Merlin, Doter

;' with its contents, was totally destroyed. England.: 21 Wc.-t: flay Street, JACKSONVILLE, }o'I\; .,
I. fury for the Fall Term.The 12: -S. S. Western Texas, Risk. New
I.I I. Tho loss is estimated at over $': ,OOOOOO. York. '
following N a list of the jury drawn .
;; = Throughout Southern Minnesota, North for the fall term of the Circuit Court for this *"' 12: -:Sch. Palos, Eldridgo New York. ".toleulc ami Ih'full.bUshers, IluoksellerN, Stationers, and

'it: 4 :". ern Iowa, and a large portion of Dakota, county, which ('OIl\'l'II'Iut L'l'clIIllIul1l1l1 Schooner: :; lass. Bl1I1 Stephen or. Bennett, Doug Dealers in Toys, News and Fancy Articles,

{{, {j rata has been falling almost! incessantlybince Tuesday next : 13-:Sch. I':. II. Potter, Sharer, New .

( ,JI!I the middle of August. The country is (;ItS 11 JfKOK.1. York. Printing, Killing and lliutllng.

;, ;J 1' flooded ; haycocks have disappeared beneath John H. Uraddoek, It. (5. Dval, 13-S. 1'. City, Point, Creaser, Charleston .

,I' ''t the surface the water; the grain is sprout Arthur Steil. H.: A. Noyes, 13-S. P. David Clark, Ilallowes, Sa- .

.': t ing in the stack, and scarcely ploughing N.Nathan A. Hicks Fouraker, J.Simon II. Dawson laghtsev., vannah. BLANKS AND BLANK BOOKS for Counting Houses, Railroads and Steamboats,

1. has been CLEARED. Made to order. LAW BLANKS for Lawyers and Justices of
done Richard Austin R. II. Jones the Peace.
," Oct. 13-S. I'. David Clark Hallowes Sa
Subscriptions taken to all
Papers and
W Clemhlowei Magazines at Publication
The Trade of .-1,'cl'l'r. ) vannah.
14-S. S. Western Texas Risk! New Send for our Catalogue and Price Lists. Send
Seorge W. Hodges W. W. Cushen anything in
{ a: Lust year the shipments from Archer were our and you can
S ., Edward I Colson: Henry E.: })()tterer. York. I IS. get! it. Orders by mail promptly attended to. .
indicative. "
of the productiveness of the
Sb section I' City Point, Creaser, Charles-
of country surrounding that place. PETIT JVKORS.; ton. We have recently published : Index to the Decision of the

St I' They were as follows : John Boothe, Thomas: E. Bliss, "-Brig I.. M. Merritt, Barrett, lila I Court or Florida. By R. 31, Call. Supreme
J. X. Jreon, Thomas Kvdd, delphia. Paper-price $3. Two Years Abaft the
QUO bales sea i island cotton, 210,000 ]::mil O. Mast. By F.Jordan.
Friend, W. W. MeCulley, Paper, 75 cents cloth $1.
s t pounds I : ........,............................ $1lU)! ,11um0 J. II. Bradley" J. C. Buford, IX rORT. ;Paper[ $1. of the ; Orange Insects (Illustrated).
12.000 bushels: c'OttOIlIet'll............... 3t!o0 Joseph Anderson, 1I1IfXcttll'!!, Bark I'sko (Russ.), Merlin, 4fiO tons. Any above Books mailed to any address on receipt of price

""J., 400 barrels: syrup..............."......... 8,000 Abner Davis, J. ('. Snowball, Bark HII\'ull'nr (Br.). Fi-lkin, 717 tons. .\SlnIR '
t I.aUp 100 barrels: sugar.......................... 1,800 Jackson Mizell, it. .F. Davis, Bark Ruth Popping Truit.Itarkentiiu 92.iy D BROTHEIIS,
12.000 dozen eggs.......................... 2,400 Monroe Davis. J. II. Stewart. Mascotte. Bulkley 025: tons. JACKSONVILLE FLA,
4,000 chickens: ............................. 1.000 J. '1'. Junn, William{ Mizell. Harkentin(4Vn.U.: DietCol'linM1*" tons. -
06' 8.000 pounds hides: ....................... 1,0(10 BrLj 1.lurn.an.lt: :; 457) tOIl,. r
y l q!? $,OOO bushels corn....................... 0,000 Services In the I'retbyterlan Church.Theborvicesat St-h. Palos, J EUlridge{ 2'xl? tons S.18. HUBBARD & CO.
hi'ri 100 bushels potatoes.................... 100 Si-h. Stfiiheii' Bciint-tr. I*oii i. s :245; tons. ,
W bushels rice...".............min....... 50 tho Presbyterian chunh will S Im. E. II. Potti-r, Shurer: :31!) tons. JACKSONVILLE
50 bushels: pindars....................... 50 be reopened on Sunday, October IGt h. Rev. Sch. C. M. Ntii, Wicks, 3S4. tons.MEMOKVNHV. I FLORIDA,

100,000 oranges.................."......... 1,000} H. S. Verger, of Nashville, Tenn., will 1111 ; : AND RETAIL ''k
ill 15,000 bushels: vegetables.............. 8,000) the pulpit the "THOU\U' : DEALERS IN'
during fall and l'a"H'IIl'J'1t from New York
Other trade, about....................... 00,000 turning win \\etern\ ; per >toh'mushlp! Hardware. Stores, Doors! Sash ]Ulinds
ter. Texas (Uti berl2 Mr.( Oil
Services: will be held u< usual at eleven > : : and Mrs C Paints,

Total............................ ...."......::1 l 3Ot.Q, I o'clock in the morning; anti half-past *evvn LEustU: Burr. H H JIIIM.1I W Gardiner, :Mrs tl1'1l'. un AND mox I'IPE. SUGAR MILLS
Miss Nellie Burr LEATHJ:
J P Bryan I : un
i llLYING. :,;Tl.t\1: O.\S
-.ltacA ua .fd''fJcat. '! in the evening. \Sh I'1''f'fIXU. I'LlnfmXn
Jinn C.\ W UD Tl S
,". Haley, lUilding, Mrs illi} 7J.T'll.\Z\IW'S POWDER, BARBED: FENCE WIKE.T S3ITIIIN; 42tjanlI '

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