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 29, 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
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System ID: UF00054505:00140
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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I -VOL. 111. KKKXAN1MXA FLA.1 SATURDAY, OCTOHHR) /'U!), 1881. nn NO. W. II

line will 'receive' the mails instead! of\ going i it''I:11 those intei'ested.omewhere1: \ about the -1-t olIVccnibcr I I 1'11 Kn"USI'lO.
Atlantic line :111,1'l' can; ;aNo say, in thisconnection : 1 follow sonic of the ;
Iy11:11'.ti nil/II \ by which time 'tettil probablygain : ,. Tll' 11'11 prj'muulsullercl
closed I onSaturday toOcala..s'n.i C /i
I that contract was the Atlanta I I.xpusit1onPrizes
I Millh-ie-nt! knowledge, of I the !subject! to I nt ) :
Al(H'h 'tin.M. : ; for T.IMMI' kegs of :spikes\ which isconsidered "('II f"/(", ;bo able t to lay down :some definite plan of ,I for, tho host: collections I'OII

WATI-.II W.vYs.--Noxt to thoof :amplyullloicnt\ : to complete the There is no longer; :any necessity: (for this thente.ttltibitethotedetirousof I I state-s. l'II'l: the society

,I' \,II \" I's"il. purity' "f Wllti; and' "(>lllth'ijKJ elitire'0rk.; While there may he some little gui-im the fait\ that n great deal of\ the trade operations into Iii it should lose no tiim in making I, company\ 11'II\\io\II., \ ;! that the shall fullest .
going; (
I' r'dll\ CIlant'ialetlncutinnal.Ind delay experienced\ l in this I'I'at,1'1I.kd.\ t, at of JetVersoii!! county th: lie- 'ollrillll 101' Ixllllll"l
should the
1theadVt: : tumult.
and" I their plantings. a s t they \ \ allr IH-t 1'.1 il 1 II'
7 \ nerel' ; conditionof: .\1 a 1'1 111:1: "county, the same time the work: mou-s on lusts it longs I to Monticcilo I \ I. the \pie-sent season: has I made during I the \present 1111111 tit."-FIt>. 1111'1',1111'01. Tate in whl(1
.' '! transportation: and travel' areImMiuluoiments still not ,do\ for p.'ople to Miller their ;anxiety been secured: by the merchants: of\ 1 Ijuitman\ : ( I'xhllitor located .t>'t.tK( )

Ih,' t t.i'I''I ili'ios to\ immigration. These. to get the, bitter of themVu.. /nW.i .111! :and Thom.is\ille, to the: tlt'll'illll'III of\ this I riil( 'ID./ 1'lltnaii.'t'he Prizes fil l'ol'llul' of I forest; pro tridindividuals.
I ducts I open I iOI
'' increased meet rnnci't \place. This: loss: of\ trade i i- in conseiuencoof | .
have been greatly: to" freiiihts! now carrie'd, up the St. Johns I ClassJfs.For host
I f I Ki: iNH'F--'flit following \ the lower froiiiht tariffs: prevailing on the I collection of forest' ,products, including
,..Ml.'inand: of growing population\ ;agrioul-( l PI.OIUIII'uoiM. \ rIN! \ : I are enormou. The 1'itfi came in min Sun-

nir.l and I I trado. The Transit Uailroad: from I : \paragraph\ which t is l'IIl'OI1"I.in\ g in/ Savannah. Florida Jacksonville,x Western, Pcn-aoola 1 Uailway: it thanthose Mobile \ I day morn ing; last loaded down to (the) ;1I111'11 ether useful: hlld.wood 11'1:1111'11/,1, ";lllIi /hI.and in t
/ \
Cedar Key, uniting the At1' its nature, is lipped from the timber (circular on the |III o'clock, '
I','rll:!111"11'\",, to fonvardcd. to :She: VVDS due :Silurday: night at stctiu11s of logs, I in planks staves
,,,1',',. and) iulf of Mexico[ runs nearly east of :Messi/ : i. Uobcrt: c'oltart .V: 1. On
VM I nt far from I the "centre of I slit dated'\ \I.ivcrpuoltletnbcr3I:\ 1 : The arrixals: :Savannah: and on morcliandise: ivt |i iIol'a'y freight. Mut when :she all'h'I',1I't Adams, loeshooks, lIIa -( railwayties
'i' goods\ the diffcivne-o in t the t two fieiuhttariffs !: bent I work, timber/ prepared;
O.IIIIP; -\'ilh., five( towns the month have been small as compared ;
..n.iv' '. Including during Savannah of the warehouse here, l'I''lil'l..llh(' (Cap'ain iiv !'nlnrati.II. or otherwise to resi's -
alai' '! Milii.es' \ : have been settled( em this nad wilh the siin: : month la-t; 1 year: but, : -that is (from (Juitman to : \ : to take on the additional, amount of the City decay, or in any other 1'1'11

!dun the past twenty-two years, to'alVord; the stunk: !still remains" hea\y: especially of :and\ from :\IOI1I t'I'II" to Savannahis; considerable l'nt!/ freight awaiting : To do whil'l may :suit the fancy: or 'ul-
1\ ,. of trade III -rounding hrwn timber. auction the hewn t timber \ and givers! to the merchants) ofneighboring -lll'lll'l1 (eo'f; the exhibitor.) ..... ;i tl'OO)(
,' ( '1111'1'-1 t Hy I this required all the pnco on the upper\
I-For> the I best f
I ; town- decided l advantage Class t! t e>
i.iihorhoods\ as they have grown in nil III' ((1'2,7 I feet an'l'ap'"x) Ailu ininii:, / fiom fens : Joorgia: the by thosmokestack. eol'diol
,110,, I ( reali/o decks, ami l even "\spare room up t the iibove--nimod: fII'1 s
,1'0: .iiul \prospereil\ in agricultural: \pursuits s.ii-oa! aveiMircd; \ :!((1)d/ \per foot and by \private : : *. It enables: them to a greaterpercentage and : Tho old hors fairly I!groane-d 111 Ildi\ioual. ni the produtt-s "

l-i'ini tho'1'ralsit, at Waldo, the Peninsular i !; :saleawed: \ tinlhrroh.t'ti'et:! averatre h.is; \ ; ,profits on heavy goods, under her load but her POWl'I'I'IIIIII'hilll'Y from: tl. 'n111 : 2(1 i

Kailroad: : runs :south, on the east :sjdc ofMian.e been :sold al.Ii.1i! (!: (; per load:, c. i. I'., and hewn :sell if they would below prices prevailing: : I her fll'WII'I., 11,1h.l : .. I'I'Iehl,1 Sanford Class: :.ti-:! -lacheiis. mo. !e>s, fungi I,
of relief\ but \\,1'o\llt"I\ etc.
Marion T and, of inferior v-o feet ; : 1"11'1' have: had promises' 11'1'11
I laketo X-ala. county timber\ ( iualiy| ) average; at I o'clock. At 7 .
: on
roaUxod 11.lIighl : HIIVMVKIK: : fait (;.EM'.HVr. l'OIt.KTlo\:
been \ ;and it is now
.ipeiis, an $inviting; :section of Alachua: tit at l."nl.. per\ 1 foot, eijuay( ; :and there is \little 1111'Ita'l'" not ; o'clock on Monday; morning she was still ,voiaet i.TfKVL i-noi'tuTs.

rapid :settle'inent. From. \ iaim-sville, the doubt that this nautl'ill advance! ill value, imperative\ : upon our business: : men to dosomething disclaiming; freight. The' Siinftml nnd Arrow I-'irst: Second

-niiiity, :seat, the Florida, :Southern' U.tilvvayruin : in ''' !I''llIl'lll't'| of the :supplies\ of pine timber : ; to remedy the evil. It will neverd0 being both undergoing repairs, is the causeof Premium. Preminin.
advaiu-e inprice permit this valuable* trade todopait' : Class 2.;>1.-( !eieral) tins
east with the terminus Palatk.i, on being !so \limited l :and the ouch an ine-ioaso of freight to the Iloso.
demand from our merchants: must I make :saerilie-es, en leetiun'f agriculturalproducts "
FI'll'i,1.'olllhl'l'lI wood. The
II.e-ot.: .Johns/ river. The : of this latter : Hut IIit'ge11eral fi'eighthmisinessIissgreatly

,roses the Peninsular at Hawthorn, this: t the I Continent I good, and better prices: are C')11I111'1'III S. It' necessary: to retain our business i- increased in the \past two weeks, taxing the for 1..IIII"ihllt.o by a socictv >

county, about twenty-two miles east of paid, on the ro-t. Pitch \pine flooring is inquired prosperity ; and wo are\ happy to learn I full rapneity all the boats to carry it.- or other organiat'ion -

C r ai 1Il'\' Ill'. Nearly midway between, these ( for, but there is great dilh'ctilty in that they arc dis11layimigii'letrrutiuttinn\ : to I'titiHiniuntil" l't Jnitni'tl. I I >)00.00 -.II.OO
/ ""
/ '
similar to these. Our) Class -..).).-Itcst: and
t\vn place's: at Perry Junction) the main getting\ : It ip.ions, and this prevents sales: act upon :suggestions: : : : :
number fruit farms fullest: col lection of
make the Look at tIll'I'l'at ,
nominal valueis:lU(! t.i. in merchants willal.tllte required to : III
trunk of the Florida Southern runs !south being; made. The s. agricultural
along the west:, side of Orange) hike-, ('l'lt'1'al"IIIr ,1'; I 17 per :standard.Vw; iW/j Ailrnncc. prices of all kinds of goe ds equally\ as favorable grape arbors, orange; groves and orchards or grown on Oll pl'oll"filll... 100.00
budded as I those of ( ;icorgia 10\\ II". In many different kinds, just Marte-d: along the banks ofthe Class 2.*( .-For the best:
; its immense orange groves Cotlsilc,,.
The charter of lines !prevailing prices arc already' fully. !' St. Johns' Ih'l'r. from Unterprl-o: to Jacksonville. bale of,t e-ottem, other'
of wild trees.
mi the :Soiiii'times\ we hear of complaints! againstthe ; :\ low, and in mutt; instances: 1"\\'l'I'lhall 1'nThomasvillo. Look at the immense amount of than long; staple'. I.lHIO.tlc
this railway grants the right ot e-otjstruction railroads (The bale to become the of the li,-
I alleged\ high freights of our Otherguudsarea\ little higher.: nuniborsof: immigrants, that properly j
from point on the Jaik-otivillc, Peiisaeolait : l'ulil:11111 teruatitmtlI'uttnn I Exposition.: )
Mobile/ a Uailroad the :southcin part of but the following statement: however that The\v must he brought down and such f.utsthoroughly : 11\ M.t-t: 1"lolidl.; for the express (Class: 2.>7.-For the best bale other

: with may be, "illhuw: licit there has been.au disseminated among: the people ; purpose of developing fruit. Wo venture than long !'lall', J'01 the state in

the (111111'111; Charlotte Harbor, !together have increase: of shipment: of cotton and receipt\ and then our lost trade can: I I" restored. All the assertion, that it will not be long, before which the located *... $\). a number of branches. The company; I Class the* best hale of
.iif.-I"lr up
for the three months\ l
nearly\ finished grading from (Orange) lake to of freight at 011I',11'\,01\ that is necessary is proper effort: energy and Floiida a'illrankaunnghetir.tfruit growing land. long staple em ('xlabiliol'I) (")

I lr.1lallnd! ; lire having the route :surveyed ending\ ), (k-tober) I this year" over the preceding enterprise, and wo are ready and anxious to Ill: in tho l American FIIIIII.-Mr.Colo (:Mass 2.:7//>.-For thl'II : ,
I : : and with others from : oil exhibition*. 100.noClass ()
in northwestern dirceIIon year give our merchants: every assistance in our Dunlap :-01, i-Iullo
Ihl'OIlhI:1l'hlla; a Cottonhipped: \ lass: ] !.Ml Our trado must \be retained( nt all Illinois-, arrived last we.'k. They will :settlein : :hi7R.-Corn, beat: ,10)l'l stalks "
to Lake City The) have displayed: Cotton shipped\ I HN>, bales: ..VtoKccsiu \power. with IUls.. .>.b M()
;.:rent energy; in pushing this important\ enterprise hazards, and it will bo by cooperation; and this ("lllIt Mr. W. T.. 11'I'wl'rl so11-hI- Class ,'( ;b.-col, best two bushels: ,

and will, no doubt continue to : 1stFreight t ........ ................. ......... ill perfect unity.I I -M bring with him other families; which willmake Class: :Hic.-oll 1I't two bushels",
build their railway both :south and: north IJoimr.uY: ANI: .ATTKMIT\ MIUHKU HY .vNixiio
I received 1 b'\'l .$ls:{I.t! ii i!) small themselves. .\ yellow 10.0
with the speed largo capital can command. Freight; receivcilK.xeess 1 ..II.' .................... 1,75 .iU : : \\' \ :\:' .--Just: over the Jefferson a. colony among ( 'lass 2(iil.-Oat1, black, best two
This railway is tlc-IIII'llul'tlllll"l.t: ; with thetieorgia --- county line, III the southwest: corner of Madison small community sit'tniruols lake u 'IOtl1'11'11'1t bushels. t 0.(1)

I ; ; system:: of railroads.; It will afford/ : : in I Isl l............... ............ .ia.1! ) near; the stocky Ford biidgo, Mr. ( L! \\'. They 1\1 linked by home ties Class! -'li'w.; -Oats, white-, best two
from the evidence! beforeus and. their another ..f.. 10.00
satisfied hu..t.b.
\\ t
arc dependence\
much needed facilities 1 for; travel transportation Applewhite\ has small: country: stun, and UII11011 (Cla..t' <; Itico; upland.1, best two
and settlement to, by far, the most:, I that Colonel Allengeneral! manager; will several times during: tho past lew: months: cpiuents them together il 101111: of' union. hn51i: -Is 1.-. rough. 1000Class

productive and densely populated portion do all in his power to give! tho public reaMMiableand when the proprietor\ wa. 'nh''t'llt.! it has been There arc place-sin IUtll:1 county where -'r. ;;H.-I I liev, upland 1, host: barrel
fair rates.-(illifll""l.t.IllllHbo'ouOt small colonies ( nut suit- e-le'iuisod.: .. .._. 2-" (
..fthi" county. There Ii also a l'IHlll'III'I'lall'd entered. and robbed by parties unknown. 'ollhllle oOI1I.1 ..tl
Class 2(>7iHot: display: : : varieties: !
oxtail-ion of the (;icorgia e-oune-ction On last Saturday Mr.'.(pplovvhit.was absent tlble. {'altll.l'lh of IULIII Hall much rice, 'rough hind cleansed,

tit Live (.Ik. on the Jacksonville', PeiisaeolaiV :Steamboat; ; route No. 10,100, from Cedar : and left Mr. A. Mann to guard the lollauel':1 1(' I 1'lhl; and. it 1 is :-li III the not ''llaf. one bushel, ............. ::)ll

: Mobile I Hail 1'0\11. through I the extreme I Key to Tampa will be discontinued t I I from \promises. I It was not long before; a negro market and has the adva11hlgcnf good water. Class 207M.(; Fullest: and most: tastefully

western! part Alachua, by Uroiison: on the Doe-ember) 1, l'hl /and in lieu Ihl'rl'ol'Inl':: woman entered/ the building\ and was discovered .\'lo schools they must: l""Il atl'I'. et1'1'IIU..t cereal ananged grains display in the of ear the..\.arioiis ... .10.00(.

Transit road: Tampa) bay, now being !surveyed. :Service; will bo established: from Tampa by making her exit through; the gable not expect il find their old homo advantages Class: :(i$'c. -Potatoes, sweet, bcM 1

This, when completed, will make \Peru and Parish to Palmetto ftlrl '-lIllIl' end with a bag: ; tit'guo.ls.. Mr.[ Mann 1 halted( ill ue-oiintry that is new and :sparsely : two 11..ll.ls.......... ...... ....... ....... ltt.t(

the. fifth railroad \projected through large mile! I, three times a week, ;and mail messenger her when she sei/.ed an axe and rushed l :-eltll'.I-fal'Ill'I'oItl. : Ile t Johns river ( 'la..1 Potatoes, sweet best
two ., largest: ........, I 10,1'81'lass
,. buns of this two of them cutting are beginning to fl'I.llhl I importance 'I' cultivating bl"bll. .ill. ..
-i county service willlw established from Palmetto upon him like an enraged l tigress; evidentlywith ( II ( 21((8r.- I test: and largest: display: .
it c impletoly across nearly centrally.! A to Manatee, I raids'ntotvn and Palma Sola, the intention of mnrdeting him and ve-gclabh-s I for the XortI'rlllll'I.t*, of \\nrietie-: sweet potatoi's, not

/number/ of hikes are navigable by light- as often as re-iiiired.| TIll! attitude of thedchartmcnt thereby getting: I'hlof the sole witness: of her new fields are being prepared, for the less than one hundred. bushels: "

draught :steamers.: One steamer is: employed \ toward I ysiurstctiin i of t the country crime. :She: :struck: him in three !places with :nprillgcrops. Propcily\ )' managed. the truck 1'lIt of four \.uri.til./. 1.11

in/ the carrying; tradj! on Orange and Lochloos.i and towards; ; all of the country is to furnish the fearful weapon ; on the band, shoulder, business! will pay especially now, as the facilities 11..11'1: :icI.-loUnl.seed, best two 10.00

lakes: which: are connected. by a deep all the mail service that is necessary.Tho and Mead, and when sindiscovered. ( h<- was for t transportation IJ.'lwl'1 this place, l : : :/'.-I5estolleetlon: l'"UII( .

..tl'l'IIII.lInther: has been built for carrying new system of supply will give Palmetto (- prostrate and in her opinion d'ad.hl': fled and New York will bo rapid and :<11'1'. Heretofore. seed, lot less: I than six vncli.1

through; a canal cut between Santa Fe lake :Manatee, l 1'raidciitown and Palma :Sola; fl'OlIltllO scene of her crime with the, fleetness wo needed I moro equitable tariff, Class one 27I bushel,:,. :: each..best... ...... ..... 2-YUO'
-Sugar, : barrel
lad Wald) at the junction the Transit and bettor facilities for bearing from t the cane,
each an \ week, and while of a doer, leaving:: behind the bag of raw. 100.00(
:and Peninsular railroads. Thc canal, when} benefiting: the supply of I those plarcs'iiI plunder she had purloined. from the store.Soon arms o! Industry)' our products to the* places Class 27!').-Sugar, "It.half barrel

omplelod, will atl'ord ample)\ and/ cheap save the government an expenditure of several :: after Mr. Mann/ r."ee.ived:, his injuries where necessity: )' demands: fheni. We learn sorghum/ raw ..... 2>V<))0

means of transportation to a large number thousand dollarspcranbiunt"\ .So writes the man \\' carries that mail from Driftoti I that new rates of freight between the t Ht. Class: 27lc.-Sugar, best half barrel
beet, raw. 20.00
of industrious, practical" I fruit-growers and the second assistant postmastcr-geiiend/ to to Perry 1'111111 ail'al11pcarauce.( He dressed Johns and :Now York will in time hit published Class 27l/.-:Sugar; host t half barrelmaple .

tanner: of four ctiuntits..1t this time there fieneral; : at Manatee. by tho Charleston Line.-We raw
Jliggin; --Captain the wounds and I had the !sufferer convcve-d say I lO.oo
is a small: steamer that does a good business: John' C. Reynolds: chief engineer making to a neighboring hone. where, nt last. jic- good deal about the Oeklavvaka, river. It is Class! :ilr.--\I\:' best gallon cane*,
in the vegetable season on Paine Prairie, I .subject that suits III I ... ............... 10.00
the of the Live Oak) it Charlotte over It.WI' .
survey Tampa\ counts. ho! was doing vi-rv well.\ The negro: I --W"I\'r tl'I' (:lass: 27 1/'.--Syrup, be-st eir-
which has !been ovcrllowod l for two or t three Harbor, J liiilro.nl: returned here with woman has not been II rrc-lt't: 1.-MmtMCitn /,, know that tourists will thank us for directing hlll.11 .. .a\11 .'

years by the stoppage of its undergroundpassage. ; !I his corps last: 'I'IIIII'-II.I! : l )' morning; from his it III;011. I their way up\ this marv1'clous' st re-am. ( ): s .'M\ij\ .-Honey: in tho comb ((

: The Santa Fo river has a deep, : :survey of the, !southern part of the lillc down I.con.. Just' to think of Im\'lil all day longon an best \1 pounds! .r,.la)

navigable channel from Fort White to its : to 11 H-afinmdc; the mouth of Charlotte unique steamer nnitt'tl! to the rh''r0
Harbor :-TltWlltUln''ulI': :' nOT: ; > .-Wo are! per- just : CottOn to bo the growth of 1HHI to be
entrance into the :Suwanee, and the latter at the southern extremity of Big (Jaspirilla mitlcd by Mr. W. O. Ames' of the Jacksonville other model would do, and yet on one of ginned and baled without unusual manipu

aver which is the western huun.larofthi., .; island lie says: \ that there are no IVnsaciil.i it Mobile Uailroad! to copy thane steamers you fare .sumptuously every lotion, of which fact the jury shall (h''idt.t

t county, is navigable for steamers from (Cedar engineering ditHcultie-s) of any magnitude; it; lit I following\ extract from a resent letter to day ; through and through the wildest and pick"-,( 1'1'.11 the sued or carded by
Key: on the iulf.; It is I'I'CII. thereforeslat reaching Hoca (;irlllll''ith a railroad., From him 1'1'011I11': W. II. Pillow, tho strawberry most t""lal'.scenery)' imaginable. I Beautiful I to 'for ruled the! out grand of competition.pri/e ($1,000) to Competition I b;..-

\Machua not second to any county in the Live Oak here the distance! i i. KiS milts unit nioss-e-ovcred trees confine-d
shipper\ aMo''inglbe facilities to bo !provided 1 111',101. palmettos, palms /the bales which ll\{ '\1 the
tate in the number convenience! and excellence fruit hereto IJoca (;irando the distance is un"I: for the !shipment! of this fruit from stationson ( and every variety of flowers in geneionsprofusion. lower [prize ($100)). J'ltri'1: for {cotton to I lie

of inland rail and! waterways for miles. It vvas just twenty-four) from the I that road the l'OlllillI'a;: : \JII. It would h F.vcry: now and! then your steamer open until : .

public use, tho attraction of the tide of immigration time Captain Reynolds !left here south : if Strikes against the banks and
going; seem as there could hardly\ : be gi\en or tl'I'llI-lj.ht-; A STlllUlSU HUM OK.
and the: elevelopment of opulentresources. until his return. The captain and party left I ('xl''C'.tcIIlJlom and. better imfuccmcnts nor ed Il at night with 1 blazing The
ljltwuollrt'UI Philadelphia of the
{ 20lh
Alnclntu (1
yesterday on their return home.-Mr. J. the people of this heel ion to enter into this: top of the pilot-hunse, and cl.c slates, on very good authority, that New?

Lucamltiu. P. Duulap) ehief engineer: engaged; llll making very remunerative industry., The extract Itut W'JIII'rfll. weird! and sublime' No tourist York syndicn'te, Mipi: *,sed to consist n of "'.

I'IKJII inquiry at the custom-house! we the survey of the route of the Jackson follows : "Tho arrangements pr |>oscd should omit a trip ) the O'klawull, river. II.1'anderhiltJ.'IV.either :elglllud othrrx,

learn that no invoice papers of Steel rails for ville. Tampa aud) Key West Hail\way from will give the IK.-O-.TIU of your section egtull! -/ chase III\ I.OOO.KM( imrchased.) acres of land in ulout to trolls J pur.

the l'cnl'aI'ulaUantlc road have yet been Medora. in Polk county, to Punta J toss! : lit facilities with those enjoyed \by parties along Ilk(11ITIlt..fu.lrr.. Hamilton Di-ston, If this be true l"Juridl, and \\f

rejceived. Concerning the several car-luads the mouth of the Caloosahatchio river, re- the St. Johns river. I trust I shall be foundto Mr. I"'. II. Papy was in t/WI last week, In see no reason to doubt it, it I is stirring news

ol' iron seen at our elepot this week we are turned here Wednesday with most of his I appreciate' whatever assistance you may the interest of the 'Jrolilcl Florida lUil- I piles up additional proof that the mom

informed by Sujierintendent 8altman.li that party. The distance run was! alont 120 .be )di"|Mi.scd and enabhil to render) in work- mail He informed! several! of our citizens BUludlI. way capital for investment in the country, and )that' is turning thrcwdolscrver '

these ratite from Pennsylvania, and are* in- miles.! The country for tilt northern half lug up the \business, and hope it may prove that the road would certainly l IJo built fromLeesburg outside our lmi" see the dawn ot

tendtal for the two tracks on the Museogeewharf of this: line is very good!, but fur the other benefit\ to the people of your section, us | to Indian river at an early day. It the great future that opening for ''lorld '

and improvements at the (.nJ'or bay sixty miles it is level and nut so good. Mr. sincerely de-uire to make it. As to my plans, will I be dune before going In the southern : Wi h of Vanderbilt)+( and! Disston united! in the
our feolituelea.
terminus of the main line. On theMuscogee Dunlap met Captain F..1. Hendry, !Jr. they must, dejw'iid upon t the !-x-oplc of that 11 rlt 1,". This h another railroad enterprise look for 'tIIIK results ut no distant we may_

wharf, alone, about one and a half miles of I.angfol'tllll other prominent citizens of section. If they go into it, and I plant the that will I boo great incentive to the riod. )

rail, will be laid, while /$& '/(100 feet of heavy Fort Myers, and reports the people! down fruit in u flick-tit quantities. 1 will locate an growth of I/-e-.sbnrg.-We arts informed There It no question/ but that the DisMoiv
I timber and ;tOOo! (creosote. piles will be there much interested in the Jacksonville that effort Is purchase done much to callthe atten
at Live made
agency Oak or some other convenient 1 strong 1)11) to purMSI tion of to the
necessary t.i accomplUh this huge;\ undertaking Tampa Key \Vn )Hallway I'r"jl' .-The I I point and furnUh refrigerator*, crates, ,-| the |1"1.1 wldi'li was drained lu.t winter I I ) he mOII\'cI11Hn! )sere, alI! in this great\ it invcstntrttt'It has boeo

t Yet w /Inly lit) advance pajrs have steamship Chair, belonging to the TampaSteamship : baskets, etc., at as near same rates as Jacksonville for the f.lr 1"IUIIJ'i. I It now I perfectly I ;, large Advantage to the State.-Union. f
It.n re--i\-ed at the toni.uiiisu| has been I, and I
notifying Company : withdrawnfrom rates dry with
as I ('UU. and cover the necessary CH\'crOJ grass. Ifunderdrulne-d, I,Ii
tlicm sir the shipi-uni of iron bar our new the fruit trade between Central America I extra expense*. I presume III)' supplyof it will be un excellent place for the fair. i i Florida Schooner '1 IJNh'exx.1S'Asntsurux .- .

road wi- can, neverthIehs. shake the iCralif."IIIj and New York and .placed on the route \\w would have to come/ from Jacksonville will cost only tlfl'0) hope the fair <-omtnittee I- .I I Oct, 'r ''-The 6igu'
( .
: oin"uiiccmi-nt that: on the Mb ill -t. f'llUew Orleans to Havana via Ce; Ur corps .tllllt .ht I'luwart Hreak wate r.
Key and the to work
I Item of freight on ice from wi gn in earnest, and not ti schooner ,.
paj.trs wensigned and forwarded hi Vke'rtY.l.leot and I Key \Ve>t. Mieleft New Orll"ltll" uri her J i there and waste uf the same would have to allow thl1 illort&t| matter Ui lag.- fJlJ'ru tain Kichar,lx", wilt 1'" 1.11/lrn//lu.crew, from, (.. "

n.iple-y, from dew Yrk, to the fir"t trip Fridey.---It is .:Ii.l that the TrOhi.itsl j! l l-e provided) for. I hall return to Jack+ nl- ."Vlil'e. dar Key. 'hfor ; York with a curguI .
nr-t that the hark t..trl11& was then Florida road will ttoOm ins 1 running tuWhitewville I \ lilt, tl.. .lIt the --- I of pintlii/ >nb r. wa rUI Into ff II\r";
; loth' I5th it
....It''Ol with 2.-rj | or Nuvtiiilvr. A ,1 luck; exi"U in r ft-rence Hi.ihwl-i the night of thin 2-r>i|, in \
; .t\t'l 1 rail J t1)
; and debtined toCnJC01J fillet-u linn IhU idt.fthe ( 1-1 I | \* .
unit Uo'llt.t; like "
I'1lla'j "turr"ut'/I; iiM' -tiinat& fan t(11I1I )I Ir. 111 whlth .
I fC Stralham. u Mahone "M-liooner 'trrh'U %v b"-
('iii Ir.nl J" for the' J""I..at'a! .t xhere Mp . I nisi.
*' r iJrahaiu 1S'h.uu's ,
r- !> loAf..'.... tJr li'.iUl\t tufltiu'Ju" "..tut,, with I ."I"411-I"r: at L/m-hbuy.. Va. t'ut". ,, ,iMtwsprit aud\ jlh-t,+ d,4'sehouuer -_-1tl
was letiklng tetdly.! -'VUUf.


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11 ocroni'it.We : once tho crossed keys lrIIOlllil}? tlip foot 11'I way' gave admission to I steep road) that led I wll'I'. n'w( I'1 -'lunke tine turjrt1 tittempt. any -aftc-r nipiliohial (.t't.. Tin i. --
of the crosx. hut now only two fragments nrc to the !ummit/ 11,1"1 one -Me of this gateway ." wllito; of nn egg is t.t, it d"| ,
to indicate, them. A jrood) many gncs>ed 1 ran a long, Tudor with .I the. "it all .
thcc, October with. saddom>e1 emotion lef low building 0. > (., crie younger ( II(': : nullify poi-oii, aiitagonui. ..
\;' greet helon ed oriisinally to a ('r"lill'r'or t I' thick-shafted windows, ovi-rgrfiwn by l.c.irt'stotigue cannot have c-onie to light fir nothing." '",,11.1, than any either agent -o n.n. ,

Wo know 5 that. tlioii\ eomcsl to ban witli. knight ot Mime Italian military orh.r. and ('('llrad h., In its front were f'lr,1.II. I have little more to tell of this curious tainahle1. Hut. while taking the n ,",..
cuM, smile, Hy .rove, 1 I\illlot\ know it wa. II"I"rar \\'. al.ll'' the nearc-t to the road : chain II'rlall(' hy which ,the fifteenth and and eg-r, scrid for a physician. Tin ,

\ Kvery: charm. of th,- land-oapi', (ciie-h. hrrc/e, A idea, worthy of / fo'r Lynn; lilI"c.lf. 1111 old lady nicely' dressed, wh"1" l\'I.I'lIt. the 'lillI'ltl eenturie* were !o clo-elv mlvi-cii< in eirelcr tei ::1',. tiiue-. u1" |
What .
a capital : your for "became hilt ; niinutex i i.
hldiIIj'III !'l'rcs WI"'III tlc'lair. The wn* at dice IWt'IIt. death,
from the hr"Ilt tllll'r.
occnti" ,11'1
in the hilt f,1'\' "oro I 111.1 rtlt \\ ( ".. wa found "t'ul\. A" re-gards '" and alm.->
verdure of sweetunimer I .fl.f.
All (ho witrmth ami the l..lllg. 1,1,1 : uI !
it AtidI
Hood *, so is alter
while. IIII"w' lea\'I 1 long look, by kissing hil. l'xall.Ilt for th,: of time-, with llll'l are" dc-truetive from, their ad i 1 i, ,
I and, never "u ; daughter w'ill
we'11,0 twenty My have told \1*omethingofour 11 brass in Itrntcombe' (Church.Search .. "-"I'"III'llh' the cure is an alkali: .
Though,: Iice1ockc.il, ami enriehcel in lavihproftlMon I I, petted) though I've Ic'all.,1, it :e\eral: ; condition, Ir'lil'r!,' she was then made: in tll ellllat the eif hartsh:>rn is one of the -.freingi-st ,(\ \|,
times Now, to think of jour ''illll!it out "aillrl'llly., I 10111 lhl,1, t wc-l-- ca-tle. under t the pntence "I i I fil old. ami, i, in 1111.tI'r\' houseYou, I

With colors iint-rald ami amber amiwine like I that !' I come '"I under, : roof founded by my ancestors coins" ttt was t.1l'l..lthe ca ; and there, exactly ly tei )peiur out some into a teacup, an 1,1.i '
-, Never wa Ilti'JIlriall: a-'toni-lic 1 I though they little thought that I between the door) and the remaining hie; it on the wound with: a coium., ,
"Kvidently): "(' 'I'd' were Hruton's widow' would have, no other dowerlioiie. line Keliif is. almost .
The. hot. he-clic glow whic'h foretells ili-!'>II' 'I pi-oina, in -traight; was 1111,1 instantaiu-oiis. 1J'I"I' p\
ill '
for to hrinn to li ht', .
r'Crc.1 ul"wlr,1 I e-hest of French It ill haveno
lillion, ; gold CoiIIJ.\ '11kl. ye harlII'r'? Well : '
Tn carnoM. of hope i i'l loi wanting than the youiif; 'man merrily us Inpointed to a : .My: IIlotl'ral,1 father were (.OW.ill..I'1 amounted to a considerable sum, (\'el inthoi1 saleratus is an allwli )Kvcry: trillinL
thine. tiny r,1 parehment I lying in the hollow in 1'1 they IlIt/rlt.; "we are the days ; and in her character both as cook in the lain! hl. that. 'We an '
/0\\\ 'lrillll.ll"'o'r,1 The ol.llal. last of the rl"C'. Hut .. hope n.t.rh'lrII'JIHr. owner of the -oil nnd nlady, of the manor, eating ours-c-lvcs ill I" thegraveby H- ,- "
Fragrance floats from (he 'flowershich ian ('raf II:1: I"l/lao; ( lrl :lil up I Ku-tacodoes: : not know t the proverb )r.. Hrltol had no difficulty in appropriating l alt use-:and the u-e eif' half a thiniin \, ,
nourish the cross., indentation' the //1"1', tllt 'the IIIHIIIi". : is
summer dews ; 'IIHI Brltoll..II\.a" it openly. EI..taC! Walters did indeed) a week (xtrl\llnl Moisten: n \
fiove: rcquitoel<: informed\ every MIDI; I that root of the Ilad.) wa' preset 1 ; in the hack a cat. 'I \'ol'II.lowlrl.IIJ' tl.IJ11 her mother ,required water, and' ii-o t same as I I
wu Iwarol.'hll'c'lcVlllc'll. of the figure1 WI!! a fijuarecavity, now containinu'a The awkwardm-s of (tl' meeting being I him, on his : ', to take the \01 have -alerattis or pom<,. "

( though !gorgeous, thy glare rlll,1 !IiI"' parchment. Sportively once "lrll''III.t.' few 11'a-al" r little "parties name of Hruton. Hruton Jall and) some of cupful of boiling water em nnuieh I, ,
(garlands) flourish/ /* the c'o\'lcr, spoke theie' was, 111,1 sat tfwlI 'I t that the lands" around, have 11 back a.he:, stir it, and in a few moments' \u u
In bereavement/ of "Mimtiicr mourns! silent naturally too. a : ot gravity over hi.s night was as each hinl.Tliy face, and that of the curator, as they Almshou-e, No. I. ('llikly'a\ I('r:learned / comeHustace Walters I'rnton is swer t "" pnrpo-e w bile the phy-ii, iai.
tenderly IIlIroll." the "lip "''IIdll: )' fin'f : 1I"r. of the curious hi-tory of the family a great man in the county ; and, Mrs. Hrutoiilivis coming.L'cmeniher.
death) lines! are symbol- hopeall' do- >, >rs !striifk ,their ''ila I whose la-t di-cendant. he was to wed. The in hope that the long-dormant, peerage the principle : tin hit., ,

parted stroke h.f"rl I the Tudors rose to rule l/llC'1 Hrutons of Hrutcomhe had been great in the I may' yet be revived, in his person. Their acid), 'the cure is an alkali Have we hot' I;l,
Thy garish appointments[ aro type" of, Kiitfland: as different from our : land frlJl1 Stephen's time, and until the IlflOI is yet Tumli-m "-" At Length." fore neivv lookeel I ,' I tin,
the formWhich wr.1 could he! imagined.. I low lil. ('"ulll Wars of the Uoscs! had held the barony' of negro wilt ran out, when the wasp 1 > Mmade ,'
joy take. 'lo ,delude us, and we, hrokenhearted Il. who thus c'ltr-I"c hi.ecrel : Wimborne ; but then, 'taking the wrong us .holler threki, .
right hand, at ; ., perhaps of his fate, I side, the harll.11,1/ h11 lo-t;by attainder, 7//A TS A110 UT It. I /'/'/.\.'.. of we-cil" rubbed(,the-caught part up in 'five nutes '

s-ce them drill ilown the wind like "thy imagine; how and wll'l and where it would 'though half I the.. ("talcs came back: with the First, it !i1 our ,duty to he happy Jf it he niaelo iis happy in wl'll,- p\

leaves: in the !storm.in he brought! / to ligltall'r.! .h..I.o the -er.ipup : j 'lin.il! :Tudor victory.. They lat)11 ongiitlieiing our dutv to e'liltivate patience' ( politeness.only \\liV// to the, light ; 101 nuleiy :sera\Id"I 1"\1'1'.110 in the c \ wars ," another name for kimlneelfcontrol( / place, you know, "three" and 'all i''tl- im
six word, of ( "" '. ''"' .the riaht right time amf gentle-lie.-1 because all thosecontribute
: itnurors sii'onn //////'. i"(111./ : .id"11 Ii. ; but. regarding / ", pies are : at,'! ti ,
turn a iiiKrlnn. 1.I"w. I the vague siguuture.; I the kingreturn a-a precedent' tubee.xpected largely to the beauty of social life, it i is all again you tal { up thti .' km', .
H.oI. I I!." in all fntlile (1"111'1', they spent the more necessary 'to i-ultivatc! happiness.What of plants ullywlc.rlII of vvhi< Though tho plague, of tenirits hat not yit .A.< fir from I the jal. as from/ ,the pi-fjua,' i much money' in alri\, : Jacobite !IIIIII' more di-mal' than a row ofour f.iees: ? have Ilf"I'or" leI" in it. If men II
fallen upon it, thenc.its' ; \\ithiu the. narrow 'translated \\all.r. companion's; henclit. i t along with Sir Watkyn Wynti. and ''I I f' What more bright and pl"a-atit. and, altogether only' to gather uji principles ilII'al oi I
.SIMS no morepicluresiMio! little "town It is I\'idellll\a 11'lIllfanllll. al\ll I I 1'C'IIJlilgailfll ie-ults. This was the. be lovely ', than happy laughter' and 1 djlali"I., how much, easier it would t I"'I'< '

than I Moiikttioor. It lies among hills on the think of .some :lllf, though intentionallyagne. ,,11'1 i II. completed by extravagance.Cradiially III'rl'lo"k"? Dmit 1,1' "hrin; :a Il of kio\ : deal, and') tei apply our > '
borders of .Shropshire and. I Hereford-hire, \ Ole. is ceitain. 1:de It. ,cannot lld"III' reaching 'for miles 111IiaIC'lo your, darkc-t hour when: \1 ed.'e, successfully to the practical purp"' kl'\.< -
.Home thirty miles from :Shrewsbury.: / The w.1 .tllllir Jasper 'ld"I.. on every side "I 1:111"111,1: Keep;, had been litlc dal", \v ho does not know what care lifl'.
!latter Moiikinoor[ yields to as! the county replied the curator, who hud not I.arl'dlII.lld\ ,111 tll J.r male Hruton 11'al"t., runs: in to tell yon of 1"IIl brave
f fI town ; hut it !solaces; itself' with thoughts of: got the better of his purpi-i*. and wouldhardly oil'., !! "" hy debt Illd r'grlr. the frolic1 e;r new adventurehVr'; 1.11 aglow, her :OTLSJacksemvillc :.
the days when its gray old, castle' was a have 'marveled now if the blade had Ilal"r.I"w.l., for" which the castle beendecited shining eye'sasclondh-s, as summer sky ? .1.H./liW.\Tl.U
lal is have
princely residence, ami wlxn, it lorded) it 'far: appeared; and, reunited It-elf tothetreti-ured I I in Kli/ahith's, time Yl'I," you: lake answer doubtfully I I "but; to another daily. t.ikiiijj
iiml wide: over the marshoseif! Wales 'Of its hilt "To 'think that 1\1 handled it scores from the, 'family: llis. widow, the ,\a.s0 her happiness is not horn of duty hut of ignorance the full As-ociated' Press di"l.atll"* -

priory hut. a name 1'Ill.ftJf its castle, I mills of till!' myself!" ,,11",11,1,. of / cteof" ruins and I 1 few* ina- she is haplY heenu-o shp er', not Thi"e\ candidate for public favor wil>
r such as Kenilworth can do no more "than: .Ye*, it is plain Ihatllli I defined ; hut ; having /no relations, hal rcalixe what thing is IiI She make its appearance about the 15th of tut
match : of its church, well, the townsmen I"i'r it will do, me little good, ; I {e.xpct it is sought shelter in 'the;charity' of her, ancestors. cannot see the inevitable wen-s roll upon ,
say it is ,the !second parish church in Kng- 'the hold,I h.iroii's' plunder-receptacle, I hlll1 The name' of the, family' \ wa-still greatthrough the h"rizol of her future, like alhl'I'ill month, and will hear the name of the 1I<

I land, and! look with !scorn' fin 'the! tall spircsofSt. I church, .seems a funny place for it !! the I'olltliol. 1 kept' up by' 'the clouds., That i is all true, hut this tit f>iilly Timrf. I is to he independent mpolitics.

Mary's at Hlln''Nhun''hdlll'r it is : ;dlt. You :11 there is nothing ('1"-11 inscription "nlics of 11"1'lIr ; dlll'eh full of their mains, she brings \11 at lea-t 1 a Iwllwlllar\ Tie prolwlI' announces that

the second parish <:church in F.ngland: ; I Ill':r'l'It. monuments I and halfoccupied' by their pew ; happiness because sheherclf io happy.Whatever special attention will be given to the iiielutrics
a know not ; only one (iner/ have I seen ; Nil "The : in w.irking order or it their arms over the villayc! inn ; the! ca-tle, the el"l of her happiness the "
I.. that: as far II!! I know/ that may I"* .Oil ; hut would not have been fi'III'\1 by you, sir.It 111101'among sightseers.Frch mere fact of her possessing i confers, it miothers. of the State anel the l'lO'lllie.' eif elome

I.it St. Mary's it certainly: el.ics excel, .nave in wil :lrl/'i.1/ "011 III Olr tll\I, who are from the reali-m I the matteroffactness Ponder this. If it possible, then !tio lifo, and) the a-siirances are given
it itij painted, glasHonor[ WUCTO honor is ,111('. '" 1I''ht'lloli..H.( : of London life, I these I things seemed) is it not our duty to cultivate this jjift which, that regular correspondents! ) have been -, I

Hut grand as arc !till' wooded, hills rising 1Illls 1''IIC' them may' lake some to '\alteI1 I'IIIC "'uIII'o from his window in of nlltlr., mo-t surely imparts happiness cured. in New York, Washington, and othci
it around it, interesting' as are its historical' Ihill I r' out "I'i. for I a'm not at all the II all ga/.ed\ upon the" ruins, that to 11 \ ? .
i iI monument, Monkmoor lies! out of the! road:! versed in such Iluter. jf :t. Peter "revealsany seemed vaster, by lilt like some patchworkdream Thc'r are men never sati-fied unless they IJI'or'alllc.lf.' (.
I[ of tho crowd of 'traveler and only n few, avery more of 11'I C'l'rl. let me know." of past ald I'n..II.. in which the have! t Irie\'all'l. men who-e cast'sa 'n111'' the proprietors and editors
i few artists come hither in !summer, attracted And Walter* gave hi II'ay !" to the old. imagination' ,tits in every improbability. Hut ; gloom liomex, IIC'1 Irl'lc'l have are :I(! r". Charles I H. Jones late of J'/'If.

iI it t chielly I hy some old timlier houses: genthman' who gladly promised to do rto, he was ('OlltC'11 If not "' \.t descent never: experienced the placid, sweetness of to8"rll, and d'corge M. Harbeiur, I't
ciital| tojitiy 'that (Chester: can "how. =Notwithstanding ,- and before leaving took'a last ;glance at the in \ which his own IOIg, that truest hl'lim' : which is as distinctfrom the f'hiftujn 'linta. Ile.lr that )1 r. Jones i

"1i 1 :: : one August morning twoyears relic ere, with its parchment safe in itshrea-t, ,lwilldlc'o to a shadow' wOllo come vv'itli his I the ecstacy I that some cal a native of (ieeirgia. ) Harbour la'lI"1" arc.ielent
i .. nun, Kiistae-o; Wate-rsu.veiling barrister, it was 'again consigned i to the glass ease.Another ; ald, for, her he knew that "hli.. '' as it is from t the depths) of WOl. of this! Mate for the pa-t tWI years,
of ; and more she would There: and alas and has recently' been UIIIC'l.,1, witli the
lod'rall'Illih' II"l'ralc'li'f' half h'lr'! talk h.t\\'I'C'III"" two accept nothing. I'roiu the hands Wolc'l. they are more (
j tune, found him IJutcheiV How, eintsido the Angel Hotel, atollkll"r. and others, who, to u-c It is a rather experiment
we need only r"llow'alt'r" a; ho strolls ., I'rolll 1 lr\l"x. arc Icn'r happy unless : ale
11" [ / He had 1"(1 merely' passingdlonglho back to his inn, thoughts naturally Xe.\t morning IJeatrice took him to seethe 111'H'C liI'rhl<.'. TlcIlu"t have previenis) similar attempts have rc-ulted
; Shrewsbury. and Hereford Hail-: of the odd, discovery, and his brain 111 lt church, of which I need} say nothing some pet woe to cherish Inllliiakl' ml'h of. 'failure. This city I is not sutliciently popuhuito -

I way, intending to spend some weeks of I the work, seekingomc:"clue which might make save that tit was a Sonier-ct-hire church, wit hIIC' Life j is 1'11 enough of trials to furni-h 11(1 sustain two dailies, furnishing. tie ,I...

summer vacation: on 'thoVve.. when ( lie !it not altogether. .f ltil". JIHHI'IHH : .: .
i o' old i'n [ KnollWoods down the aheand ,I their con, \ ami
sight ta (.11,1':1110 Mary t"lrlltt IHKI-IIHI, ne muiu.Tcii over ins n-n ; 11'llaf", make '1IIt '"mOl,. In i. il I eiut Mflile UIII"'II' "tll'lSlhcm
) inunencumbered sackcloth with cities, all with population laigel.vin
J lllll, 111,1. rejoicing so that the r begged his however, he huolllW I personal interest ; mournful ostentation."Ceimo .
,youth, hail determined to asked Il called for 11111,1.1111 was but a receptacle eif pait Hrutons, whosemonuments and look at mo !" they cry" out to excess of Jacksonville, have each but ejiiu
and "cc.thc; This was the third lort r. of all : the I the most wre-tche'd of fir-t-class'ilaily. drawn vervclosely
stay place. mill ite as he WOIII. nothing of it..Next sorts, from stately elligicHin Ias'cr.b- am Ial"ll's lt.
day of his stay, and it wa'll wet one ; he had morning he continued his ,route:11 to the stone, armor to mural, tablets, telling eiftjuoheo I. full eif grief as I You hi FI ) tie masses of the
.I'CI the castle ho had, nceii the church ; he Wve. and among old, friends, to of and Watorlem cadets, werethere.. must hOllr me and admire me and, think people have; lomr Ill'l'l ('111111,0 to Il"wil

I' had,I admired 1 tho black-and-white: house', whol he related 1 the incident. it lost many'much Witlil the altnrM-ails. wore the oldest roc- well of me, bccau-o 'there, never was any jiarty organs. There nre" 111 l'UI \l in the
mid the !shield-hearing panels at the Hull ; he of it.s freshness.I He henrd no tidings offresh the family ; for there had the tablets (\'llurl so atllie-tcd ail ?' For c'olfurt. "H >oiith, hut,I \'Nlal percentage' of the
had: heard: all-and Ihlt \'r'litlc.-that discovery I'rll I the museum-keeper' ami'I bras-es he-en, placed which Iwo he-en point olt to 11'1 some creature sunk in element ('' ,' :. It itrne i-
\ I was to Il '''iI'III'ollt } ( noun him-elf. Yet of 'taken from the castle whc'l it bail, deeper elepths. hit she speaks out with th.nt this is an "oil'year" and hut littlo
its he rcmartcd to the Hoot' *, the:' billiard, table 11.101 II moments'llf\" of iHe, I thought he caught 111'cl lift tei du-ay nearly dllll"alla c'clllr'after 1(01'1: "Not so Her lot has consolations.Mine attention l is now giH'n'tll gC'll'rl lollil'1
was only IIh'rlf., and Barnes with the himself unconsciously eotiningovcr I the the rest of the pilo had ( el..r''C.,1 lias none I hear the palm of wfctch- \111, however, the issue i is juhl.l. .'
marker: Irc to ( 'monotonous., So old hall/1'I'rd : .(Jit'tntum a and Ic-ft, i in front, of the r, !' I twobrasses edness !" :Shame: upon you ( ( one tllls aro in battle array, there will Inapt
< the Hoots regarded: him with I tI"hlflllir ; titm n i>!#i'inti. J"a.11' let into the pavement, one eif whicliaU'eotcd Shame to cumber (Joel's earth to be very little telllll'ilr' independentpapers. '
.. the el would have had. I loiiri-ts in with 11"101: laments, doleful In my humbloopinion 'the 'Held here
curious :
\1: gladly I" A ji-ar had l-tllll! by and I once inore" Ku our I..r a IlIalllHr. Heceinld your I
thick l locusts, 1111, ; that, wished to tace'Walters was speeding down into thecountry not conceal I his surprise, and Whl'I'c'atri'I'I.k'o fal'I :your discontent! If you -pent half is at present entirely' too small for the publication -

; 1 il.i 'tho bet hy such stray ones as lighted Hut he was no lunger I the nuem- I 1 him tho n'a"ol, only pointed the tile and strength' that you f1'r to thecherihingeif I of more hallwlaih') .
l down wherefore, !! 1 remarked, the Hoots in I Illw. 1 day or two -ince'a specimen oi
; I ('lllhl.i'I.IIIIllilll.I''alll'I'r, la-t n'ar.Il' to still almost as clear.as em the your 1t'arlrIIIl..llliCtll-
was looking doubtful what amiisemenl" he young II who' was day it Wa'I'1I1 Fmm 'the I inscription below tho ('llhlt. of that Ilosol l"ll"i- I cloth manufactured in HIIIIIll'. I'otlalo,
should to the 110 the weirld would. be the freim the jute, 'fibre. The fabric-, although
: snidest carry solitary guo-t "ta\'illi) with friends in had fal it simply appeared" that it 'wa'l .Aymer dc ness Jihc'r
another lie looked down the \011",11,1 the for ; coarse, was uf a firm, stre ng texture-, and
over day. h'llll loveitli her UIIII"kc' Il'r tll,1 hiswife. Jrloll.! Lord eif Wimborne, who .died in t"l peiorer your' presence.There ,
street hut the Itroa I late a"illl" in- Now, he waon his way 'to be introduced III"wal',1 II, and li'OII the crosseillegs are1 hitter griefs in life' !-who will was prillc.llll'several colors. It i.s 1.litHII
I'I .s|>irati..n ; 1'1. wlwl he looked, up, did I the ,to I mother, her only it wa" \'idlll 'that ho was a e-iusadc-r., tI'II\' it ? There aro pangs of 'Ii..alf'lill.' that three crops' can he raised 1 in Smith Florida
I Jt ;" Butter" \Toss. I'.ut his memory proved true living Illttl'l'rl'oll'l 1111tf fixed for the Hut it wat not cither II thc.le facts that as- ment, qualms of doubt, agonies annually. Several spe-cimens; of Jutland
f to him HP' lions of Monkmoor; "I.llll. 1.1 shafts of fibre obtained) from either will
.i' "., ; were not' ', Heat rice's | he knew tOli.III,1'alc'r,. ; but cla-pe-d "to his that picre-o ,1..P. grief that rail l'n'flt plants: ,
f" I f i ohll-tc',1, little, save that, though ot'Io..ililll family: ', she. tei be seen, was finelyengraved ('xlr"I"l'll Hit tll back is ever ''ith'o to be on e hillIiol in the Florida 111, at Atlanta
I ,', .. said he with heaily.slap the idenlie-al swonl, if arms ( ( ho hoped 1 i impeJus
'. (, tlI'JI' .i. : /had ""C'I a".lt to go out into the asa whose 1'lri"l. lie "IH' tlO .hll 31 \
wlrlo will be given this
},. \ on I Ilio to heild our cross are to certainly j.rolitaliliindu '
he examined
1'I\ ... ',1I' 111 "you've 1'"C'I'I !governess ; and having once Ila.lc up his hit at I year nl\aIIHI'r. '. .
tf machines
new for the
I.r.t 111-4111. jusl the dav for it, with the 'mind to l'iok for no wordlv advantage by the ago. neath thc I\'rlatill .\11". ( iriofsaretei ) preparation
.thlll e-lso\ or ou might ail l.eiok his-weirel Heatrice be- are to be overcome of this material aroannounced u-
+! r.illlollill'r > match, he had checked attempts on her at ; what an odd In'I'c'oIC" 1" fall'
4. 1 1'1'I : Hill, or to Wigmoretiastle part to explain her lII.tl"'I"r one !I'1 he crieel."Why tor tho sale they interfere having hC'l'l recently inventcel in New Oi

; or tried lor a trout !n the Teme ; ay, rived I at Prome he got into ally his 1'II'a: (',', how clever are 101 with the perfect elevHopment and hL'hdestiny leant.It .
ami. the iliy after tl-lIIltOI I here's uoriekctmutch : traps, and was driven oversiv will that is I'luiteii celebrated sword,'ll aiming us 11'1'' \'. Wo are to .In tl others j is full time for our people to I bo l'lill I ;
I f Hut "- some eMirio'H lill' II''l'r' as wo would have\ them do unto 1" "hut the-ir various exhibits in readiness '
t. thil"'l hilly (country to hit \ [ How did you know anv thing about it ? ti" tl
lIali\ .
y.I at the now, '. hdroth"ll not' there and wait for Fair at such Irlil.ll' aSH|
11111 II'ard I.I1.'lrlt \ lage of Why, have wo arc totop \lnlta. \1 >
Irlitl'.IIIII' 11.1 C'I"ral'llaloll 1'11 .
.. fi ( the : 111.r"II'iahI.\ \01 "do nntei" II'wooI ( cereals, -
: i' tll'lIil on I.n, np ( 'atlotnct, dnwii at / got to us in rlllrl.c lu"l Ic'II" 'oUOI plant-
11.ltl. iu'fuirc' at I Il 1'Ifl'f shon sir." alighted" thal Irll.Itl'. him 1,1Il' in I "Oiloar.no' It hat been lo-t liumlrcels unto ourselves nNo Ii'C ,) ha\1 othersdo 1II'illur'l' e-utiositio'. etc., etc., sliouM,
f here tUl'lIl'I' into the I i"ll"iol broad; S..mer-et if he 'were'" 11.11.,1. of p'ar; but i waprcentcd t 'lei this Aymertie / ) unto I:. If tll'tll make n- happy f Itlll.1 without ,Ida ', as the buiUni.is .,
as to the /1'I'jt-4 nuiiierous small or few 11,1 htiiigatilied, \/lh'r. Hrutoii by the Pope', while on Ihe'onisadowith what N tIll sense II' itil down meekly tobo now ,leady! f-ir their reception. Fruit*
J JI. t.r lll.'III'; Monkm'tor, with it-' ,,1.11. rlhl. pointed out a 1..1 tlc II the way di-tancc,1111 and 1.lwll'ol I I"ow he had') obliged "miserable ?" "'lhil;Ilr-d\'. neit in should lot be (llc'lc'l for display until tin v
"iM-i.itions, could well supply collection of neighbor's lies have reaoheel maturitv at eithcfwise an unfavorable
I I fhe were not tho Pope il and as ho waerne of our surroumling the seeretof
I"\'l'r I'
1; .; it.s '.\1. in which, ll the Hoots nt the Angeluiel !lll'rl'l'l II\tl "I.t\"d-I"II.11I1111'r. and -aid the greatest of' theohl lorol" "if Wimbornetho true happiness\ ami one of the, noblest illn'-i'l may be given tei stran
I. wer in.my curious' things ; and ourli.tro sorts II' foolish Ilc'things in III.l.1' II' the -worel,I was IfC'1 carrieel Ihi..IIC'I'CIIIalb. l I"H\'C'r(iiiil has given lit is our power tei liftemrselve.s ger.There will be hut few oranges in pr 'tcr '
though no deep 1111'l\'II: got Hut 'lhlII' ." abovethe heavy' atmosphere of condition irl'\'i'Io to the 15th of N'ove I
an'hour verv rl:11 tran.h..II.I. .lII.ralhlllpn' / to ho heeau-o her. Florida be vvi-ll tilled, with.
through I''a.allTil' onntor 111.1 hospitality at length "And what became eif ? a-ked Waller ln'll.ta/lc.I" happy
r ri wh-> outride the 1 I" Ma- a stop! to our hero's philandeiing. tllit -, fully e-xpe-ctini: the of his large ali varied collection of articles, uiiitrating -
kne\V Kiimethin of the things he had c"trlatol Those aro but scattered hints, hut three of the i-tate.' within few dav-after U
t tllcr. ; ( oiiu>, Kus, I mu-t take you home. My I urmi-e, which came ill ,| I
.,i f' il 11:11'tt: not so '"ll'l as to ho re his au' 'mother will ho. wondering 'what has happened ;- It wa- lost with Italph do Hruton at tlt'll may ho useful to remember': Happi- OpellCel.Ilicli l
r"t witilt-trl"l'! There was a jjooil to 11... Mentimer'Crei" He waa great ally oftho Il. js I ,111) Happiness may bo culti 'lllt.11011,1 :l'II,111 I live. em.iitic .
t ..1",1 1U'-\ :tins, of NheIN and l' 'f' "This i i. what has happened,I to you :" Far: I ot' p"lfolI nml alter hit death \-a..1 11"lil'l' Iie' witMn, 'not wihout intelligent( man. well ]-teil' as to lie"
.1I 1.111".11! ijuicklv' la..c.'llnf' ""I the about ninety -. his son- left lil country I l.'aljih: wat the trea"II'Ii("in thc'I"II.n'I. lanels, prlc '' facilities for tranportatii"productions
rri! 1J\1 il and .. formed 1 i hhlllaliCII..1: -hi. replied, tlll. told l l.i-t '. yofl kl" "" : .\' 'ruotttl words) : "I have I'arl"\ ,'l'., of 'his particular so'tiHo
-I the : the collection.ulnt "ildll: whatsoever I could al-e> act atagint for -ale,
greater state therewith
tI' 11'1Ilut| .t 'lfl, I have something to y n' lir-t Ueatriiv' I have :" 1'1 the sword, or at am, II 1'' till
: t tI. < ; old, |\.Ifllllh'"h. with thenaiues I You know how very INHIP vvoarv ; 'hut.oitremember !least (thl' !11 ; and! tho Hrntons, shall: get: ith.u' tent !"-('I"/tII AVw*. fruit and other articles. Such enterprwould '.'
of ) pav. and the ivmil.l. ,
I.. ,t' rtrllll'r 111,1 :idney you wlllI not let me talk aliont a:: yit. lollr as tlu-y may 1:1'l' ,lost I cither.Pcnacola' (X"III., .n. n
wy"t'ri.I'i: -' .I h'rllfl', riis'tyarms I it" it," cried /.,- : ; and) he Irdl\ rl.I.1th l'OIXa.. heavy
i ,.JI' and arni'tr' --'ill t! thereinjiienty hat Joadcel and ,1
were "
II. ( .1
\111' I want you to talk about nothing ( ti"lo\'r\ of tho (tll' IUI. Wo all have a hornir of heing poisoned English: ,
and.-i-I ':: .fth.- nl. whom I di-like -he great a car eif tith "
if give clovvto ll'Ulh'rih
kllldll. you now darling. ( \ 1\II II.t 1'111,1 any 1. without exactly !
I Imt why sand Lal '
dust tin 1 MI tin. ,' in all : ulll.rIUulllA < hr l h.nbor
Hut I mu-t tell Yon thc ) found in it. She could l..llll.ih tl.ll'n.I,1
it U. Poison i lli o'r
siimo inteivin : !I' ".1'1 oiie >\\ father was in debt\lluW. my Hot so 1IIIrall'I1 the two, in hastened II: : 1'1 tl.h ami till raHru.I) Icalng Ilto intirior
which "rIllil. I 11 along and \111 h.ll'l ; 1(11 t'Xcif'lll'lIr. blood, or both. Poison* are of -.- there is thl
''< 1"1 a c''II\ illdl. .I hlI: I the people !. Ihe hall, onlv 1 t( Mr-. Hriiton alt ', ( the one is tho result of medicinal agents taken no t'a"ll wll' she tlwulIIJ
pariii-ularly Ilru'h.1"Ih'n: : jl..t "ihein, t [ feelingonoUil 1.01 upas a cotton jMirt of considerablportanee. ) I''
!ltiI..1 "III.th'r l''rill' "ill'jI.'II' into the stomach or the other .
Wits hllore 1 "hy "" "IIII'1 ln'llalilll. The railroad Wlt
I tsl-lss-titj'ped eu"eal "ith""t or an I during the recital not so hcr>. (IIIII\'t 11'1
|. t<. \lt."l:. whih| was, loekcd. tle ruinwhicli penny 11'1' "Ut1 'a' : tho n1 uf bites or I ing creatures. Mieldle Fhiridais i iK-ing vigorously puslJrom '
Ill* iu'|uirol! history 1.r'n'r. W..l. worth ; to any' "The Hrutoii nutl.t 1-ength. ibe- 'l"t.UI. two i.whidl, if generally Iwith (extremities., and there'is
fY it And ''
Oi" we had no rchtini's IO 'IMi i 11"1 inc fulfilled ,' bring r'II'
: yet you a klown ul.1 -
: to that .,
e\pl lined r"ll'IIN'rl"wllll :1\1 the 'members/ from Iv-cauil-
':1. Ildi\
\\.1. tll"I.I lt"I\; home what was to hisin her'.* '
li- 'Ill 1'1 : dowry. List; n, 1 explain my ideas. thousand- lives haveswallowed
jis 'tly Ihe ,11.11il 'l'r':1 you and other
{ .lta W e-ounties vvbo
"And, of
11111'1.1 11.1 He.itrice?
''C Ifl
you There of tho chatelaine I la'udanum
ir t t nient, ,ulI"llt\'lIh'I : "S he /had i was. alf"wl\ 1"11 I l"i'lll.dlc.rhl'r able to reach | din-ct. in .. .
WI. > > to take Tllah..t'
a \ ; oldamhoues about ilu .1.11..h. haalways been arstnicor
Y'. i 'near Cross, 'I1; 1'1"11 1111' u any \oiIIIIUO thing put l"IIt without 1 .
: ,
< lurtil'r'M a hUll where she had : \ as at prese-m
.Ii' r ,if tho "1" rightly .{! ten ..h"1'iil.l tradition, of u-,- that the l.i.( baron tonMinful| "t rlll in a gla-.s of come by the long lirciiitotire.ute thrmAlaliamaainl
\I" The hill 'II.sc otherAnd she it still tl'r,', in our family: 1 lull intrusted 1 to him :large sum of money, water, 1',1.1.1 warm, stir, and >vvallow it '
i from Ilfl' is sijd to lio of Ceorjfia. Ovtr four IIIHIH-
built .
only 'for
I.\itl deH-ndenls.| raissj abroad bv' him-clf .and other noblisin I quickly, .itrl 1 instantaneously th" .
\ work
and I .
AII.li make to have belonged 1 t to JasjuT I .mtll men now on that .0
: mind coining there? :t'
1lr. Karl uf ,. tho \l't t for ihe L-mfii-tri.-in can f. Thitreaurt : > .1'11..1 will, Ii thr' >wui! not a'I.I. road I betwceii the
'i 1..lhf.'k \\ ho was there It wa-old the Ai-ulachii-ola > ivei!
d flolto! l hy the Yorki>t in thu of the 'her | how ri-ing pridesii-meii tosiilVen it U ".iid I ho 1"11".11..1 uooii : |1"i..o"Il' :11..la..-, dUl' to be ahsorhed Manannu.Somo .
I 51 ivs. | that war i it I 1'.110 al.1| words. The alh\Hr t at il was ','i 1'\\1 that ihe Kirl .if March ilt'n',1 :Ill taken. into II bliniel ; 111 aw : : 'fuu-n-siilt-have I I.1"1 .
Hit Ilti'I'Ilhl. say was obtain.
came not in .
hut it ati-lits| 1"'l'l
j.l |t' "J-n"' Ix'1'1- -n hi. "il'I. ; al.1 |i I" n.tcnvpi: I hem' iii.l bi'fuiv their >on a* the vomiting' 1'.| -, .. :,' "\'. iaichiot .
| > thl' I I'J fr"f rice
with that :
11..IS". t: 'loii | |n ifc trllhl" 01111'1 mind. .he told him un.U'tsfui' "iit. iiipi (.. j 'il. be main hodv.No ,, white of one (I two new l' ;". e.: ilu' pnrIMIC ; J.a-ulwavs {r"1. .
uUiut their \ -
/1.1. fortune" until thve.itlte > doubt, iiiroioraii'lniu concealed inIhe antagonizing .,; idlitI 1..11 IWIT.
i Hirtioi
> ,' t''t '" ii liaHV (I any "l ( : of the .
t I 11'1il| 111'1| a M-elle a> old Coillitrie ;- i t hill ; ( t th'iiui'ii wor.l. this the vvhu-h have f thip |
1".1 only relates to pol.-on left
) ; at 1"1 prolitahl'
I' |I. and
1.lli"1 valuable
rl,1 1"111" wil. | ,1\\1 r' can Oi :1.! |1.0 .. 1 grain i- H..I.ftwral
"I nlII. I moneych rlt MIshould U-t tlu* ro.id. r n m.-mb.-r
. tat .
.h i
( "' r. ,' lan. JI..I.im. tl"rillJ.I it ,
"fl.lill) a ih-iiuiMl ;ii
1 : 1'1.W i I it. 111'1
wli"1 r. \ i-a more : !: whicli i to the h'ul1'
1.1 '0 ,,"i ; d.t' ""' "at" tlhl: t on rlglii .' .- ., .. \. j 1' p 1"1 H' "IUI asMMiii It' -oil
r 1'11 \orv
tl" i -i 1 ..1 '\ i' ,t' 'l tlie refer*, dull.I less, (o the I'lion g j
,. I..f\'ji. r H0)' I h"tt I' "4".'" !a... walls u el ( .*..1.! it .x- '. I'I".. ., ,. ,.,\1"., .f \ ..tt.th n.ht ,:' Which 1" In..i.l. | are i> its cultivation i-.i-.isy ami inok'H-n-i'| .
II.v. : ffrtf
I' \ ,: :.', llu. ... | .JI"'I'| WHrtMM ; l.lltllu th,! yil.l.t JWd.-; !..
Il | .
.. ,.4' tu II s J. i. alv 'W'"il .
ot. Il..tk. ta .if
iru- 41-
miaj.e i it
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nJt1JIJ.t1''JUu .
n' l he
.\ \ fjllllJ ;, IlwlII t '.,
tU'li' 'Ihl. tnt i' '
'- '" ,. -J', .. 1 ..:1'1't' I.' ... ,Uf I "'I" t 'r fma "at I In.l. .... I l.t u.-i> iinrUntatui>u-y.| without .luct.-ir. //. /;., w ..'rt..i.ti miv.\II...

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I Railroad.- I ;: PKNSACOLA: ( AND I .ffi"3: 0 c: .t X I. I X I: ... :
,' t -.VYANNAII. FLolilDA: Wl'.sTKItNIIAILWAY. : : I 1:01111' I
Il ncl'lo.Ol.1A'I 1 LTI1'h.'h1!allJS.111'1'1 j ..J ] J.1 111t: ]KAILWAY.on .

1 I : (1'\1:11 I I I and) after Moml.iy, May '.', ISSI I '1'1:111'
most important question euntl'I -
the l'DIJ.
ji.rjips| : On and after Sunday: !: An;:. '-'*, 1 1"i..I.l 1'ass- on Ibis road will run dally as 1111\* : '
tlic general Mibjcct of tran: OK Tin:: .
with poe road will folio.
(, 'I eiiger Trains mi\ this 11111 as '
.'? i of the great fnluro route for I'L,1 >I,11/,1: TIJANSIT: : I IJAll.UOAD: ] \: ) .vs: : Fast: Mail. Jack'ville not NO WKST.Leave : .f(:, i

:\\11011'I, |I IU| t.1'1'1.1' Mississippithe : : \, U.iily, Impress.F.vcept : : I Lake City.........1 111.: :." p.m. .- "" v *"f ;-
\ IIH ........... .rte.-fcxJ
ri-NiN: I >rL\u 1 : IAII.IOAD.: \: ) ;'IIII,1a\.'. Uaih'. Leave Wclborn 1:1111,111 *

,I".,i'II I.. I sca-co.ist. Our great strength ( \1',11ntwell,) Leave :Savannah:: t for LI'a\ Houston: .......... la".II .
: .\ I S .
,, ,.xp"rting. / nation lies in our capability Florida..... ...... ...... l.'O() p. m. I III. I.-) p. hi.Leave Arrive Live Oak. .......... -.'.tl p.m. 'U. ,._. -\.I. .- _-- !
,ih,,. production of food) supplies\' : and AMt I .lesup. :.inp.. Ill. 2..ttII. 111.I Leave Live Oak...,...... U..
hulk. of our :surphu for years to come I'IiltS.lNlIN.1:I: ) \: .IACKSONYII.I.I: ,: ]' 1.:1'n 'I.I.I.+*. .-1.11.-11''. m. \\v: 11. m.Arriveat Leave Coster......... ..... :.MH p.m. Will.leave Cedar !Key
? Callahan"' 7.np-ni.: 7l''a.m.: :
,,hurt" be drawn from the vast tract drained KAILUOAD.I :' |i' Arrive Jacksonville.: ... s. 10 p.m. s.I5a. in.Leave 11'11la: \ ill(.......... :H..7:; h.I.
ill, upper tributaries of the 1 Mississippiu 1 I I : Jacksonville. ".:\15 a. m. 5.'.'5 II'. in.Arriveat II'U\ :\1101"11' ........... I 1.15 I p.rtl' Foil NKW: OJ.I'J'Jmy: : oTIEr.FtP. .

]lm the call of the St. I.uuisferchants! in t/n-t:,' % sib, WAliOlXU /. !Live Oak..... t 11.1'ia. in.Leave Leave I ttrrnlilir.'I'. 11 p.m.
Convention to the !Live Oak. :-V-;' p. m. Leave .\I.illI............. lUll.1..
I:'xrliange. fur a promote Leave (Callahan........ :S.IOa.; ni. li/5 h. m.Arriveat .
r IH'IIII'nl of navigation: 1111 that I :-tl'l'all,1111' \ S'OfTII.cae Wa.cross.. ....II.111i.Ill.1 Leave Drifton..... ....... H.III! | p.m.
I it"I branches it i is :stated I that I \ "within 11'8e1'eyera...... !t.'to:: m.Arriveat Leave )lllIt( IIII......... .r.1.111.. Foil) l.l'VI'I'I': : AND: ) HAVANAKVKKY :
........ ...... ......... !M.IHI' p .
'I"'I"r"L of states and tcrritoiies drained: by : I'ernandina: a.lIl.I.I'aIll't' .... :: 11.05) eave : : : : Y. t
I \ .. .'lesup: .... .i.I: m. p. 111 1111\,1/0.....:....... i.I1 p.i; o'HEJ'tPA
.Mississippi and I its: mivigahc} 1 I tributaries" 1 I ] : :< : !ii.J7a.rn.eave : < ,
lit Arrive Sacalutah.t: rnl )p m.J.oo: a. m.1'assenjrers Leave t ...... .... 7.10/J
piodaced\ IHI per cent. nf, II Il'I'Urll. 7:1:1 per I 'allahai! IO..V'a.m.: from Savannah for Itriinswiek 'lalrl' : .. _. .
Vnt> 11;, i-f the wheat, S3: per cent of the oats, .eave Pulton t( II.-':' a.111. take the Fast Mail arriving} at llrnnswick ii Arrive Tallahassee...... v 2.i \.111.
cent of the tohaeeo\ 77 per cent. 1.I'ln'llrall,1\: Branch. 11.:{ < a.m. Lrtler'1'allahu"se......... ::3.;,O) I'AKSONS: 1IALI-2:, Agents.,
'HI \\1'the per eott'in and <(G4< ; per cent of the lire I'.aldwin.cave \ ......... ......... ...... ... 12.113: >.m. ]t. m.Passengers leave ISninswick: at !i.0:! a. m.. I'a\ Miilway........... 0.:0:!!) \.11I.l..a.I \ flat
? t : Cedar) Key,
,Irv;. of the whole country." 'l'ht'il'ethe lu'\\.illl..I: I.cave I---: :!::1! 1'.11I. I arriving at Savannah: :'l.oo\ ) 1''. III.I Qtilncy..............10$14'1: 0.1:1- J- ----.--
'..niil'icts which makeup a very large! part I of Lawtey l.l-'t: 1'.111.Ll'a'I' \Passengers for Darien, take the Fast :MailPassengers : ,.
1 Temple's. 1 I.:,".' >.m. Ll'a111 l'I.I.IIIII..1111 sIt11111:1t: sCIIEI)111,1': :
I ii, ,I'vp.irts.! and the exchange! : form I leaving i flacon at i.') a. n\.
:Starke: I 1.:'Is; Arrive\ Chatta. \ 1 p.m.I
commodities eoiiMilutcs the bulk ofnr .cave 1'.111. Jin.\.I1
,:ii.'i) \ : (daily except Sunday: )' ) connect Joiip' ) with
riiiiiinerC'' with IIlhl.I.I.III1I1II.Il.,, (Conse.iiiently. : Learc'I'hIli'toil I. >1 1'.111. I the Fast: Mail for Florida. TIIK:-MI.ltSST. I

the route which; these take 1"11111Ihc ld'tllt''ah11.\". :.VI:: I Ijcavc 1'.111. Passengers! from Floiida by the Fast :Mailconnect { nol.Ni Wl'Sr: --ST. \VHKS 1'1'1"1" :. .. .
----- -- ------- -
;it: j ,;d'thl'interiortoIheseacoastfIrshit'tllellt : : ( ;lainesville: :>. ::01'.111. Macon 4I eI r
1,1. train (in ,
with arriving -
at iiml
.lesup: } ( 'lIl"! ( : abroad will determine the points nfiiclhity Leane.lrrl'11on111I\ .. .3:! ,, JOHNS 7. 'ITY" IMII.Vr'VT'ILL :
: at ; .;,ot. 4l. daily (l'xI'I'1'1lllllday.' : )
..... ... ...
in trade Thepurls .i-ave llatton .l117I.111.Leave Lene'1'illaha'; "re.. ... .. !il.oo a.m. I I I 'I f
and nf profit foreign : : .
( Palace Sleeping Cars 1111 (he evening Irnill1."h' ......... ..... ... r'---' ._ 'j+ -
will Archer. ".:"' '.m. 1 .I'a1 I Cliattahoochcc 10.10 1 a.m. ---- --- ----
;, tlar'Jugh'Ideh enjoy
and!pass and Leave P.roiison" : ;1.111 1 1eave 1'.111. \ between Savannah: ami Jacksonville' Arrive St. :Marks: .... ... .................H>.:!5a.m.
of handling ,
'hl' hem-lit shipping- Charleston: and Jacksonville' and Macon andJacksonville. .. ...
I will have a strong hold t upon! the trallie that ( )ttert'ret'k I -Vlo 1'.111. I "
'oI1'1 to the country in return.! There is no Leave: llosewood: ..... ........ ........... I,1111410..Irriye '( "!'" No change. of cars: between Savannah: : alill.1aekIIII'ille \\ XII I".\!T. i \"
likelihood that any one route or any <>ne Cedar .' .) '..ni..cave : and Macou and Jack"ttllville. Leave (Chatta.1 \\i\r.: .... ,L.'lOu.m.::

purl will monopolize! the business! but that ttutau MIKTII. Passengers: leaving Macon at 7.'iO: 1'. in. Leave: Cliattahooehcc.( .. ,l.i:(!II.tll. ; I _
through! which it can be carried II111 to the connect lit Jcsiip: with the evening i train for Leave .Mt. Pleasant..... 5.15a.m. ..
best advantage will rapidly} \ gain an ascendency I.l'a\.I'I'\al'\ Key. .">.:::41< a.m.: .

overall others..Vc'v 1.,-.';1\ l' Kosewood: ....... .................. '.10 a.m..eave ). Florida Passengers daily.from Florida I by the UN: press: Leave Jiilncy......... ..... 5.52a.m.. : leave Fernandina i
York owes its present position to the Iltll.I.I.rl.\'k........................ 7.tH'< :1.111. trailll'IIIItH".t lit Jcstip' : with train arrivingat Leave. Midway I ...:...:.. < L a.m.: I : _' m TT and i I'111atkit, 111111 flr.Jaekoll\'ih

.'jn-m-Ktaneesi of the 1i tt. The settlement .cave 1hIIi)..4n. 7. 12: a.m. :\Ial'ollllt 7.05 a. m. daily. Arrive Tallahassee...... 7.50: a.m. i ings on the St. John's J\r/Jt Navannalrand 't
:mid I development! I 1 of the I Western\ country t Leave: Archer. :-Ui; a.m. Passengers! : from Savannah. for ( :.dlll' \'illt., I.ravc'I'alllthassee....... M.oOa.ni. I 'hurl'/OIIII, as ;_ ::
from thisdireetion! ami the Lease IJattmi :S.i.Sa.m.; :\
proceeded mean Cedar awl Florida Transit, I load take
Key :
... ... .. N.l.'l:
a.m. 1'roni I'VrnandinaFOI5 .
nf followed] the advancing Leave Arri-ilondo\ -s.! >s a.m. II'a\'I'hulrl's'
the' Expl': + train.
........... ". '
line of population and industry! to bring .ca\e ( :Jainesville. : !B.>-5: > a.m. Passcntrcrs: from :Savannah::: for Madison: Lloyc.s. --.- 11.\X -.--. -..--. ) JACKSONVILLE] : AND 1'ALATKA
kick their surplus products. The Hudson\ .cave Waldo. .!<>.'!'> u.nl.l Monticello.Tallahassceand( : 1t Juincy take this Leave.MonticeHo.: ..... O.tMla.in.
river and, the Erie: canal gave New York a l Ll'a\Thurstoii.1 O.i> I a.m. t train, Leave Drifton...... ....... U.I!' : a.m. J..*" KVKUY: : WKDNKSDAY.fiTrFrom

water connection( with the great lakes, ando [ Lave :-t; a 1.1".. .' a.m. Passengers: from Juiney, Tall.lm""I'I'1011. : Leave: Aucilla.:...?.,.....10.10 1.11-- I'crnandinivFOU
with the grain fields of the West: and the .eave Temple's! 11.111. ticello and :Madison take the Kpress: train :!
great system railroads in its development Leave Lawley: .1La.m.:? meeting sleeping-cars at Tebcauville al il.lo LIll'O.I.II\.ill..1.\.II.III. \: SAVANNAH CHAKLKSTON:
spread'from: / this I'oillt'l' '\\'ard. Duringhe Leave Ma I vville 1'.'.::"!) p.m. m. Leave Madison: ...........11. II) a.m. \XI
the South and those )p. Leave F.llavillc: ......... .12.55 .. (n.:11:: ji&KVKUY): i FUIDAY.-tVy!
( days slavery in Leave I'.aldwin 1.101'.111.1.1'ln'III'aIl.Y .Illt.1NII'IIyss.]: ] : ::: :. p.m.
___ __._._ __________._. .. __
of the and reconstruction industrial \ Hranch................. L2S: t .
war : an p.m..cave Leave: :Savannah daily at....... I. !.-I p, m.Leave Leave Custer, .........,.... I.22: Close connection made: with steamers fat

i nurse h.ul'icl'I'III of, transportation across' the country! to the, tlll'lIillgthe eastwardfrom Leave. ]iMHtmi(Callahan) .................. ......... :1.11!._"_' p.m.p.m. .lesup: "" 7.15; j p. 111. Arrive Live Oak....... .:IIIIOIl\'III. and Knterprise: also with t'al'
: 1 Leave ...... .. hirer Savannalwith )
1enve'I'eheanyiIli: !)l.'t5 j p m. i\.yk. O'kilwall : ,110 nt :
the Upper Mississippi: \'a II 1'Fwm i Leave Hart's: : .\. .VJ5: p.I. : 2.11.11I. :
these: circumstances the ports of the North Anive Kernamliiia! :.. IINlp.ll1.| Leave Dul'ont "" .......11.55' j 1'. m. (Leave. Houston............ :2..T2:I p.m. steamers I'nr New York. Philadelphia.I'nstniiand .
Viautit'coast 1, and New York in particular, .Irl'il'I'hulIIlISilll' ,).00 II. Ill. \Yrlhnru.k1N: ) : I5altitnoreand aU'hlrlt.t\1 wit .
) li.Il1.
Tl'aill'aily\ except lIlIlla, ;
; New
derived Arrive Uainbridge\ s.5a.| m.Arrive :-1'IIIWI'Ilr YOlk, !
Now how1vi.r.
have great advantages. 1IIIadllliu.
: .\n Y\' Lake ( : Li .
the sectional barrier i is removed, and\ -- Albany I s.! 15 u. III. ity..t. p.m. 111011.111 Carlo-)
tin ivgion of the Missis.-ippi: \'allei"o far: Leave Albany I ; 1. 15 p. m. liolXU: I iVHT: -ST. M.VKKS PIVIsloX.: lint Rail roud5 for routes: North 1';".,t niui
filled, up that its people no longer look i back PKNINSl'LAlt I : ; ( : U.I1I.I: :.1I i iI'.l Leave Uainbridge: "" .i 1111 p. 1. ( TI"I';+liii/x mill tfititrilityn.) West.FIKSTCLASS.

to the eastward for an outlet! for their pmihictiniis ( iI\\ .> llniitch.) Arrive L'an'Tllllllla'illl'Dul'ont .. S.I'-Ip.1. 15a.m.in. Leave St: Marks' ......... ......... ........1 1L'.0,"> :.111. ( : PASSKNUKU: ]: ( At'COMMOJ -

They anil are looking fur the most: linlXO: SOt'TII.: Arrive Tebeauvillu :[..55a.m.Arrive I. Lea\ \\11,1111................... .........1:1: : !1.11. >.\' :
I'duiomictl profitable ruatet11lie( :sea., Arrive Tallahassee: ............. ........... 1.10) p.m.CON and Stateroom securedand
They discovered that the 1i.I.il'l'i'l'r: : rVtt'e\1'i111uJinction I 2.h-' p.m. Joiip II ti.l5a.; : m.Arrive 1. _. '_ ___ _. .h .__n'___ _._ _. .__________ Through Tickets: *
audits tributaries constitute a natural system Leave Santa Fe. :;.IS p.m. :Savannah; !).o5a) m. MOTIONS.Hot all information' I furnished at otlice corner
nf transportation by water which has Leave Hawthorne !LU.i p.m. :SlcehiiIgrlr5eun} through; between\ Savannah (Centreand Second'eets.

Ial'I'I'lofu1"1'11 \'l'I'i i inadequately: ( utilized i Leave Lochloosa................ ......... I U"I p.m. : and Albany daily without ('hall\: ; !. I{ 11 111111,1'I..tlllllc: trains 11\1 at 20-ly O. .A.. .NOYKS.Tor : .
:and they are inquiring' whether it is profitable Leave Orange Lake. .i. to p.m. Connection Albany daily with passenger L \\'lak 111,1 t'llIlIt'l'l : : 1'llril; on :Savannah - -

} to :send\ so large n portion of their bulky Arrive Ocala: ;."> pall trains both \\1I'i'IIII :Southwestern; llail- Florida A: \\'l..I.1 Uailroad for Tampa and Key "t'H'.
commodities to the Atlantic coast: by rail nrby road to and from. Macon J'.ufaula: : :Montgomery :Savannah and Albany.J'assengcrw .
tortuous lake, canal and river routes liOINO: NOltTll.LeaveOeala Mobile, :New /Orleans etc. for Chatlalioochee Kivcr )oat VIA

when the drainage: nf their own vallevsecks .-V 15 a.m. Mail steamer leaves Itahnbrillgl' for, Apa- connect with :-ll'allll' 1111'1"1 1'H'iIl11wl: .II. ('O.H LIN1:.
> the Stilf through mnigableehatuitL. Leave Orange Lake 7.-') a.nl.lean'e lachieola and Columbus every Tuc.sday: and l'\'l'ryTIIII'day 101 \ \\al\"I; \ :, I ld 1\:1-\ _n.

The l'artll'IIIC"'ith: which this inquiry ( I Lochloosa.............. ..... ..... M.0a.m.:: :Saturday. every Saturday I'l ja., all F.tt-
1 is pressed is calculated to arouse: those conerned Leant'1Iawtii.roe.. !n.I) 15a.1n.Leave Close conneclioii .r.t Jacksonville: daily .falla. .\ Ia.CIIIIII'I'ls.
'' in thto igh lines of railway, running Santa Fe' 9. F'ii.ni.; (Sundays 'xl'l'I"l'd) 1 for (irecn Cove Springs: with! steamer Il i. ( iuhvlgrdan' : '

east and west: those: whose interest:: are connected Arriw \\.alI11.I1I1Il.lillll.... .......... 1 10.1.<) 8.111.I'1I.1NOINA :St. Augustine, Palalka, ICnler' ]>rise: ;Sanford every :Sunday for Apalaehicola, Fla., and "'i' ':
with canal communication the ami I 1111 ]landings :St.: Johns river.Trains : every Tuesday for Columbus, and ]'::111111

lakes to the sea, mil l the scr-,Iorts who'c on It.I! >V:: .\. I It.! It.I: leave! junction, I Ala. { i ,. E
prosperity:! and growth aic bound up \vi h going Iresl.8t 1 11.7:! a. I., and' for llrunswick I ( ''oiniects at Lake City with trains on the 4': -
the business IIf sending the products\ of the ,v; JACKSONVILLKIIAILKOAI : : at .....1) 1'. m., daily, except Sunday.: Florida Central Uailmad) for Jacksonvilleand .. .

't West to foreign markets, to new exertions 1 : )). Through Tickets .sol(| and\ :Sleeping-Car St. .011' Riser, It'mIII'1' and CedarKey. CAIIUYINC; TIIK: IT. S. MAIL '
r for the )arutection of their own interests.: TheMississippi Iterths and Drawing-room: (Car accommodations .UIH.

: : : route threatens a formidable rivalry 14 (;:(lest :J/IIJ Gil, l.'i81. ('elll'l.tlllt, HrenV Tii-ket Olllce) No. :2'ltllll.treetu (icncral II SI'II'r l'1t. ,
winch cannot be regarded with indif- d at Company's( : 1I1'I'"tlillll
1 : thu staunch and
elegant Steamert .
f.-rcnee. It is the purpose of) the coming of Libert,v street.t u U 10it N.\ 1.E.: ONK \I above Cedar Kev'every '
r invention to urge a liberal I national policy liOINU. SofTII.Leave : .).1N.:; I.. TAYLOK, "hIlll'I'c '. .
DKSIKAIILH) : : .Monday at :
"! improvement for the Mi"sisgisippi! : river ieneral; Passenger .\ I'IIt. 1. ) flr
and in tributaries Fcrnandina......11.10a.m. tt: ft.'M: ( 'Mil., .1.1 TYSON, Master 1 live rooms, with Closets: front I'ia/.xa, ; .
wlicrelJall obstacles\ Transportation.
tonavigation Leave: Hart's 1 [ Jtoad...... Il.i3u.ni.I : ,l: ti.01 p.4l. large; Yard, Orange, Lemon and ISananaTrees. 'l'ulll.n. linualee,
may he removed at the expenseof II.. S. HAINKS: ( ieneral )IIIIIII ('I'. ;!:41<)
Arrive Jacksonville..r..riii] p.m. .v:; 7.05 p.l1I. -- ( '('ntrap) Iliad title 1 etc. .
the 'hole'country.. 1''ltll \
\\ The Governor of Ilrui l >iitown
!Missouri, in responding: the invitation to l:11INII11l4Tlt.. l LOIMDA: -: TH.\ UAILKOAD.: For further' ; : inquire(' at this .. ,
appoint delegates to the convention on behalf Olli('(. .l.t tfanil and every Monday ami Thursday at 4K:
nf) the state intimates i that what is Leave Jacksonville......s.'JOa.m.: it: ;i.lO 'Mil. JACKSOXVII.LK, h'1.1., :Sept. 11. I 11\' 1. .Itl I ll. t4. forI'liiila
needed N an appropriation which will U-ave JIart's 1hI LI1,1).1314.10! .\: 4.15 "Mil. Commencing: this date, trains on I this mad 'er Orouii Hh..u.luud,
Arrive Fcrnamttlinu,10.:5 a.m. ,V: .1.:;,0 will run as follows ItiiNMU and
;give us: six feet ot water from .St. l'<1ul to St. .Mil.CONNKCTIONS. : MALLOUY'Hrioun Key lV.>Kt.
Louis, eight feet from St. Louis to Cairo and Iuublc'1'ruius daily except. Sunday. liOI.MJ. : WTsT. .

ten feet from Cairo to New Orleans] with 1.//f/I., J//. >A
corresiiomling'\ improvement, of the :Missouriand ----- Leave Jm.k/Ooll\.il1l.IIII.;: a. III. !010>; ) p. r4. N'I'RIHII. LINE.tidy :. ( ''oiinectioiis made] at ( :llur Key with flu ,
Ohio rivers This is to bo lI.kcllliJr ut L'urt.Iite! I1t,11u'.IIi7 I : J II: I5 Florida Transit:! Uailroad from and to all
t the national: expense, and considering the Arrive: llaldvyin.1155Leave 'Ur.. Line to Netit .orh.d lIlilntsurtilutd West ; at 1'nnta Kasea with

political power wielded by t the states whose \T KKUXA.MUNX, H.\., Hallwlll........... 10:10: :Steamer for Foil' Iy'r Fort Ogden, and
interests are ill\'oIH'.III"1 the liberal spirit With New York and )'\'rnallllilla11':111I.: Leave \ .. |0fi:: 1'ine Level.Through.
in wliieh the scheme lias already been entertained :ship !Line from New York on Tuesday, at !II l Leave :Sanderson .. I1'J I : t \ Tickets are on sale] at Verminuma ,
by I' ingress:; it h is not safe to assume a. m. or l.oo p. in., and for New Y'o'rk onThursday 11Olll".l... I 12:0'5: a. in, \ Jacksonville, Olill/vilt mid ( Wai *
that it will not bo granted At all events. after url'l\"alofant'rllOolllraill,. Ix-aye )1. ( .. I lii'Ji: : Key, jit greatly ( ] all princi
tnOn an be little doubt that all needed and \I'itllikurgiaand) Florida] Inland :Steamboat \ Arrive Ciy........ iou; I.alloilht on the half Coast.
practicable; improvement of navigation nthese t Company from :Savannah daily exeept1ionday Arrive Live Oak. u --'- JT'i ". : .I.. M. 0.\ IX. (/elil.l't.) *

in great streaim of the West will be scured : ; tiirSavunnahdailyexeeptSlnnlay'. : ArmeTallahassce.... NIJO ; TIn: I.: $' : :: !:-;, W:. Cedar Key ]11..
sumo before --
way: years have- With Charleston --- --- --
many -
: I'5h'ulII'rfl"1IL Savannah Arrive -- -
passed.What' l. Chattahoochec. I ; 5 p.m.Arrive wisri'iic.\: ': .
awl Charlc.-ton on Wednesday] an will the effect be on the course of Savannah: and Charleston Tni-xlav andFriday. < ;aini-sville..r, :;:l.2 p. 111. CAIT. : tT. )1.JHI.n '
trad.-.l aud the development If< the different Arrive Cedar KI' '...;... U:55: 1) Q'1'i,11 ? : '
:sea-, |>'trtf.f the country ? Some faint sugsiMon Withl'allll'r: \ t'lura from :St.; Mary's !liver! .\rri\-Oeal.i-- .'.. ";oo .. ( II'V or DALLAS, 1)J J() I X .
may be obtained from the recentK'r.wth Landings Wednesday! and! Friday flIrSt. '----- ----- --- -
of the} :Mi+..i....iipi' i tralllc with all the ; Mary's !River: 1-andingH on HIIlIla111111; 1.01:1 .:tsr. n.\'T. IJISK.OX .
dKitiv.tnuisjc.s ;' J./ .tl-,iAri'h'I' /.
iw.ot' | of shoals and obstruction: Wednesday. .''Ul.I..11 ill..... .; n\v wutcr. Prior to 1H701 t the export II. h'IIII'rl 11
ATt.LAIIN.. Arrive "
trade by th,' 1011",'. 1:2': c\;\is Feriiandina for New vvery'I'lulrs-
Mississippi! jouteamountcdto "
To and Arrive i It-ildwin...... 5;." '. day on arrival of afternoon : -
little )In 1"7:1 it was nearly 51OMNtulis, from Savannah at UU5 a. m. and! train fll ; :
including over O.ono.OoO htislicU of grain, :?.211: i>. m. 1 Leave Haldwin( ......... |1:111rrin.Harln.il. ;| Jacksonville ami Cedar Key.

and I in Hv> over Sl3ooo I I tons, including:" more AT HM.HWIS .'I.\.t .\ 't:$:t .. i This: line, Ia\illl no transfers to make TIIK IT..UUJ..
'than .;' ),( ) busheUof raill. This year. To and from Arri" rlt'.rII...... |:111; betweenFKKNAXDIXA I' I, Oil .\ 11.\HTII A '
'fllllalll\ Arrive
+seP at 1'.211: I 1.Imalll I a.r: l "
Irom the opening navigation; {in February Captain Itun \UP.SO.N. ___ _
Loop. nt. Arrive Mt. Captain
;;.:; :
tu the 1st of .August the shipments of grain / AND NF.W YOH,
i11'e I-'ikeCity. ;SO: --
from St. Louis New :
to Orleans includednearly AT i>omi.oosij: KLAM ,
:!,5"0"OO bushels) of wheat and, (IIM-, Leave Live: Oak. 1:01: p. tll.1..a'cTul1all."I. Otters thu ,]1 J.\I. Hlm\'WI'"t' :
if*)) of corn. A single.tealller with a tow nf With /Steamer Atj>hu for all\ )iioinU and I I .(.. rjjO -

barges, has taken on one trip t!)!).571 bushels! insular landings 1'ailroad JIM Orange Train.Lake, on arrival nf JVn- l..arc ( 'hattahoo( lice.. :-.Vi: lllvST _\Xf rilKAPKST: : TKANSPOKTA-. The Flora leaves Fernandina forHt.Mary'tt

tlicr f wheat and IYi.H': ; bushels of corn, with I Ix-aved'ainesville\ :." :.. -lJViii.!:: 'I'ION'I'O FLOII.IJ'I'I'H: i. River landing.s every Monday WedncMUiVand :, .
freight, making in all over 10,MMltam9. AT a'ALA. Ix-ave Cedar .J .
Key. .r.: l-ndajt-retiirning I
io ; on TliiirtJ.
It i is said l that it would require 50 trains of .. ( and will 'u'laYt *
'J.tal.II' I'reeh'e.pltiul und .
ft5 Fri>
:Jo I caw each to bring the same bulk of methandise. ; to and from Hro..ka'illc11aily It.U\.llellu. : care il Handling.):. Martha '
to New York by rail, and it mix- except) :Sunday.Tuesday. .. Mull trainonne<-ts nt Jacksonville with. I"Jlllt3't'r 'I'u h'L\1 J-Vrnaiidina for .all
be calculated how many canal-boats of 210 ThLl.la and Saturday ; from the Savannah, !'.\ : ; : >: (.tluy'Chur911uy and utur-
tons each would be required to take it from Ocala and! Tampa on Monday( Wcdmnlavand and ut Lake (' rllriOt'.r\ the.lackwn 'Hairlal. 1'1'1 :I'XfEH'ODIfA'f J I tH'I... ( ; .\HI: '.Iu\-n.tnrll; every Monday Wcilntwlai "
the lakes l Friday. saealallubili:
t to the t' tAnoll'r statement i : Kailroad for ClmttahoiK-hen 1 .
made in this connection i is that such vast AT rKIMU KEY, FL \., : and In tertudiate stations.I'aswnger The '.
art!oes have I IH-II delivered in the elevators train ( at for traveling public are oll'cred thu ad- 'l'hrolr1 lllllw or L. flinK
11 New Orleans within the With :Steamer Miller to mud' from I'ciisaco- I and from all INtint..'llIll'IJ,, F'1 'rI B.LIII\II yaultugex nf u D/ltWT LINK:, WITHOUT
week | Ia
departure tlu
( :Si la mi :Monday and' Friday. PeniiiMilar 'rll"i ANY C1IANUKS.; C: made ut l It LINK of Steamers to
WIll + 1/mU, and that all\ the railroadsmining or Itailmadv .II..tIWI ) I\U.OJy'S uM
;; eastward frum the same p"icould With Steamer Clinton and I Mjry for J. S. : Feriiandina will all .t'lllltlt8 for all | lh UI .lar.lt ,
not deliver a like amount in a month. St. New Orleans on Friday ; from New Orleans :\ \Indium on ( Johu'l. OckluWIIU.and

Lnuis already employ in this business eight;, Ill :Saturday ; from Havana and I'v"l'.t.- \\M._ J\ YI!$IS. :111'rhlh| .l: lt. rtal'111t Feriiandina Itivcrs, and for with alt Transit Kail- l'loye ( 4II".lo.
t'ICt'al11r.sting $:ariiM//MN. ). and having a on Friday ; for KeyI't.t am! Havana, on railroad stations
; t-altaC| 'ro.illIO} IIII..h.l.+, while additions Saturday. llotey Sun'ed I, I.. U mil (iiilf |mru in FloridaFIIKKillT mad(; with the Xc\ York lY1ar1x/tun ansavannah ,' .

ar beiua; made! with a rapacity of over With Flori.U A lIanmi.Iltll: !)UHII.\SI': Yon 1:11it\I:4: ) I II" { Stt-anicrk>,. .
Steam-hip : ( ,
OOO.OOO) bushels $11/< on a 10 J lurse AND I'AKSIJNOKU: : JtATf i iAH
I 100'r tn'mth.till:: more Company's Meamern for Key Weft and I Tainpa 1e ; #jooon '. -
significant i U the| a 'J* Ilors4, and $j J on 'JO: ( A("\ ).\
: M3HUwith gn'IoIIIa\'iatlun.calculation: Hot in grain favorabu can- on Monday and Thursday.With cr hnglni Send for ,olr'rit't"\ I Horso-1'ow-before puri'lflli'f.KlJ'il" IAWI 11V IumlOr! :( LIXIHThrough :01 4t i 1'INH

te, -arrieil from St. Louis to IClrlt'Uut for .Steamers for j-oinU on the Sn'lanlr : < IVe-MfH.i Haw and! for Passengers 1 llxiinrsiohlstn and Ton rh+
t iut ltat
I ,(|
River T4 !tills|
f of .
on Thur-lays ut 5 Ijjilin"
a. in. met
Mills. Imd
[ ) vnu a bu.htl, while it wist* about a2: 'flrtllr..lr any kind of Machinery. I to all |M.Jnts. : this vi-ry atlrtkdtotrip I as tin
C't>nh to brinit from Cliit-ago to-New York, For information} reoixx-ting rouuetc. -... r'u", \ lre 3Iallllf.cur,'"' Agent, For or'further information I si-n' i N j'mnd, and ulatt"uu othet '
t 11t.'M anti other faei dt-tmn 1 I'trt..fllilltllir .. apply.. (Ill.! Knarantee { II quality and to i-assage ui.i.ly I gllllCart'ultlntlunt.

In all their Ix-.lriu..__ from th.s intense in I I1/1"'. W.\.II: .t I. )L'1). W. Jr,t. Hither of the uUiVi' IMcJiartcred ,
A. O.
1 ft.IWn
% IOSI-I.I.| No U I .Ig(',it. nU
Ilrual" .
and canal, and ftrein hippint; in <111'n''lYlrtand< I',,,), Ageui i << 'It'.t .t..t West side near lOlTI\JLJ ) for ekcun-Joii) j tt any tnt
Mi fart of the cjuntrjVv> York 7i"u. It K: fL. \"* tn. April II't 'J I. ()1I.OI0.( : York, .\, II. NOYIX Agent.
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I)/' I IIK: FLOIMDA! I : I [ mlO 1 :. (Camilng/ fai torie.-, fur putting np fruit I 1.1 I1.nO.1I1 \OTIS. 1 I to eommand the 'necessary capital to construct ir.t.s///Avm>.v. -

I ami vegetable*. nintiiii to lie introduced. : the r"atl-I'.tllI OiinityJuitiiinl.A I -

1.. X.I TUii/ )*. OL'TtHlKli; M.FLOHUtA /8'i/, Apalaehicol.i, I Cedar Key ami Indian |-'I\T .JI'o:sTim.Ve have 'heard 101110 \little Puoi'osniox' TO ItntniiiK: lt\t.\xrioK" : I! TIM': KKTt KX KKOVI YoliKToVV.V-'IMhn,: \\\1

. river ny-tor*. i if once introduced I into I the eoniphiining. ainoinr: our merchants' : ngain-t; J I Ft.ouitiSori in'i.x; RMLWVY r.Mu.isoMiCoN; : ( : KICIXI. ntxXt.M: -Tiii: !>i-ixki.ij-itic: < "i i iiMfK I'i '

i AT Till: ATLANTA :\- I' tnai'krt, would attract favuralilc attention the charges; of the Jacksonville:\ : IVnsacola:< >t: I TUMT.-Tvvoproiiiineiitand' wealthy railroad i :-TIM: rxvoutTK: I: xvx-mx, ,

\ l'W'" 1'10,Y. as our orange'i". Thev areas yet only known I I Mobile I Uailroad -Jiipmci-H' of (cotton i contractors from the West. Messrs.( Il'1 A' I '-.X 1t\HTI OK o| Kit II-Kf.kl: I -

,, The Florida building I I" draw ing near com I In our eitl/.ens mill vi-itors. Wo hope! the i Ii d('., anil we have taken the! trouble to ascertain Hammond, are here to confer with the managers : TII; llif 1'ilit'n' nf tin' Mrrnr! ;

f ff pl'lIolIlIIIII will probably bo. in complete' / ordT I Atliinla IXI.o: -iliollilll1t1rac.t attention to the 'bottom fjets of thc matter before : of I tin; Flon'da :,1111'\1\ Railway: asto \\\'I I'f:, October :: | -s ,

". on or before the lirft of November. The I (lie resources! of Florida not yi 1'1 t developed.j ( venturing an opinion upon the subject. He- I the construction of the Iala''l' of that The President, Senate: (Cabinet, i ,'

Wt t I"! completeness .of the. exhibits of woods, 'mineral I iiisTi.\at'iNiiin n"iI1'uu. fore giving I the result of our investigation! road: to the (iiilf nnd Lake City. They have i, guest-, army and naval (,II''I havioil'on "

f t ., etc., of "IhtrHlIlIlhl'l'lI States indicalconetliroction \ We loam that Sir F.dwardJ.\ Heed.: K.C.( .11. however, we wish I it to be, distinctly under made a proposition to the company)' 10l'I' a patriotic pleasure 0x1111-; ,

in which Floiida ought; to In- member, of the Knulish: \ Parliament, wili'I..il stood, once for" all lime, that wc-linll always ter into a (''"lral to build the entire balance I Yorktown the greater p.ut of |I'i ,

f very fully rcpicM-ntcd. JI(.,. 'l.IIIIw-pilll' timber [ \ Florida early in Novombir, having!; iniev ] be found on thy -ide of the people against; of the road from" (Ocala to Tampa :and,
i r:, is the most valuable timber in tin country \ certain hii-ine-' mailer* vvhiili promise j monopoly, or any imposition upon them orI to 1/ike: City, I distance of !","> miles, I, lived on the steamers all I'nited Mali! ,

: f not only for strength and "lIraIJiIi.)'. but to lie of groat lionelit to the :State; I infringements of their l'i.dltfllll'n'roatin'; ;; and to base the same completed by .11.I 1, ves-ols that took II11 down, and lmvseqiicnfly '< "

when finished highly is uii-urpns' : ."cd I as a Sir IMvvanl i" at tlie head of a groat enterprise [ Having "aid this much that the tenor of JS-L'. These gentlemen linve ju-t finished. : returned C'JI1"1';- 1

'. I wood. for; ornamental' purposes.Wo :< in Kngland! knowir as the MilfunlDoiks this article may not be misinterpreted\ ', wej I large contract I of railroad ('III t'lltiol in the military companies, and ho-t of \\\tt\\\ \\ ll, ,

Ii i !.hollllltI"o haven full pro-dilation. of at Jill'ol'.ll1a\'t'lI. which (lie \London j now say that wo do not think our people' Southwest I, and are I prepared, in every particular excursionist- left \\a..hilgtll, ), fnr y ,_,(

It all our roek!'. The coast can contribute Timm eharaiteii/.os as among the greatest | have any just rea-on to complain of the to undertake the work of hlildillA town but did not take theirhotelwith ih, ,

I largo blocks of coqiiina! :! or !shell-rock. The. works 4 of their kind in the kingdom.; Wo :<1'111 'management. of the Jacksonville, the balance (if the Floiid.i ,"lll'l to i", ami no.'lected: to take sullicent nioin'v' t,

:' St. Johns river can/ send its periwinkle !soil publish elsewhere a brief account\ of thceimmcnu //1'1':0 A: Mobile! Railroad.. When the ; Southwestern and Xorllwl''lel Il'lllilli I buy' :hotel, have al-o returnedvcir; > :
i' ; (' I manager, (Colonel. 11. Allen, tookcharge dragirledlo.k) and dis
.\lId 1 limestone formation.; Ahuliua:\ county I and eo-lly dock*. ; The lill'oa.I'olll'all isconsideiing; the proI I..I..1

/' I run fumi-h largo, .specimens' of the Hint rot! 'k I \Ve hope that :Sir Kdward will, on his arrival I of the road the iceeipts were not I position, and the negotiation i is not IIllik'l)I 1 think it 1 possible that you will 1 kn. \

a' combined: with !shell iiboist. ,: ,Archer and the. have a eordialeleoiiio, from our MilTiciont to meet the (pen-ex and during I to terminate in tll'I'Italll'of it. )((1'1': with certainty the composition ,II j 11), ,",, I

} (!dilll'tI'IIralli'JllIld! near Nownansvillo, with Slate authorities: and, that he will receiveeery July' and August we are a..III.l'lllhat he had \ Meesoii: .": Hammond have every necessary: cabinet before. (his! reaches you. -o I wil", .

I .,:./ I t tho lill1"lI'k\ {found' near (Jainesville: or tin- facility for" the examination of our I to draw on his own private 1'111111'110 enable thing for undertaking lal'g (',"I'ad' like till my letter with the many clever )1"p< .

,I, Sink and elsewhere.: Inonto! of these formations !great( rc. lIlIr'l'!'. It is: Very desirable for our the rl/IIII1/: do so-as no moneys! that the this ami, should they finally settle down on that are made on this interesting sul>je.P ."

lheI'ol".ri..l!( ; miiy likely dl''lfl'l'lil.' State to enlist capital from abroad I in our road bad, earned under the previous I management the work proposed: will be able to complete ut one thing; I is ('l'lllil, the mnnv Mate-

i/er.s: of !great( value./ There are also many ('lIlul'ri"l'ILII,1! \\e hope the xi-itof :-Iii' Ivl- were /turned o\er to him-theyhaving the road within the time lIallll'll This would that have h1 made, are! nothing more thai,

varieties of clay, !some of which are suitable ward l.'ced: may he so satisfactory: as to encourage 1'1 1..c. as per order of ('llrt. to be at I the mil of one mile per, cl-I'utIIH/ giies-ci, and while the sequel may -how tlcii

for pottery, some for I'lliidill.IlIah'rial.. .. and him and the associateshoin.. \vc pay the root 5vor-, !lawyers ali sundry para (."1.flllI' /. some of I the !guesses( : were prophetic, it ean

some for fertiliers.inch presume, ho represent.-: invent in Florida. !oil I'. 1'0)011.\) assumed\I control I of the .: FI.OUIHV SoiTnr.uv: --Me--iN. ( ;Jruelle lot prove that the President did not keiji

.-\ a collection: of birds as (ireenloaf, ofJacksonville road therefore, when it was depleted in I'I''l. were in town Saturday and Sun his own ('olnsl1 .Nor has any progress been'

1 t / has would be an interestingfeature. .tTL"\'T.1 EXI"USI1'lfJ..V.TIIK funds and rolling "Iwk, and with it-: roadbed II..t. in the interest of tie Flllril1Illtl.: made in discovering.what lrcld'lIl.\rlllr'?

1 ; In fact, Florida has so much thntis / in a miserable, nnd unsafe: ('Olllliol. i I j I ('I'l IhilwlThlv were Il.t 1II large policy\ is: to he. JIc has practiced a reticence

; peculiar ami novel that any of her, products : roTTllN DKI'MtTMFST.The : With the! old 1."ta"lill'l\\ rates of flllghlIllailliailll.tlill j|I number of our llll.ll', and stated the road which i is, toay the least, indicative of l'r
South has reason to ho iotul 01'IIcr
would' attract attention. A colossal: great j 1'1 no instance has an increase j I would reach Lee-burg by I the first of March. deuce, no inconsequential executive uttnbuto. .

I, map of the State, if it could bo made on first 1 great exhibition at Atlanta. The 111 made: -he has:; ordered UtHi tons of new I The section machine shops will be located So far: ho has made no abrupt departure

j canvas: would In- valuable.We efforts of New York to get up a world's! fl1rIlIulpro'cll : iron to bo placed on I the road at once ; heha 1 here, which )fr. (iruellesays, will ;give enployment from the policy of his ('<'! lr. All

have now but little time left, but that a failure, and a great expositionInvolves ordered that 31,000 instead of 10,000 ties to tit least two hundred workmen the nominations prepared by President flnr-

t ,should ho well employed.' If our people so much certain expense and cap per month be put on the road-bed ; he hnsalso and n! most of them will bo men of field previous to his death, have been sent'
ital, to nothing iif the world of I trouhle.that .
+ ,J;; couldco j what has been done' by other states, say tirdered new rolling-stock, etc., and I I i- family, our population will increase to quite in, nnd as far as can be judged, Ids own up
it require no small amount of enterprise
1 : pven! from' distant Kansas/and Texas, to directattention having every bridge on the road thoroughly ole thousand. He :stated that the road would pointments arc of good men.It .
I ," to undertake "so great an amtir.t firstit
i ,," \ to their resources at Atlanta, we tested and J'l'uire,1, Hvery man knows that branch from here to Tampa and Charlorte is now expected that the new ('abill

,,f, "I,,' are sure FloridiniH would feel impelled to was only designed to make a ('IIIIOlIl'XI'O' it will take a groat deal of money to do this, Harbor, making this the grand junction. nominations will be confirmed I. nnd that tin-
sition. The ft ton industry of the world i"lIlIIpol'lanl
". : emulate them in a field f MO close at hand. At nnd that it would be impossible for the road From Leesburg the traveling public, ean go extra session of the Senate will have adjourned

,'I II' {present Florida is almost Invisible the exhibition. the most to this country and to to ('11'1 sullleient for, the purpose if the present North by four different line. ; our fanners, by the 'JTtli ill!! After an interim
." "Kuropc. The main supply of I the heing :
; ,I Inn few days what she has sent staple tarill'were 10w'I.d. All of us fed a fruit-growers and gardeners will ha\'l direct of one month, the regular so,!ion will
,\ ; will be placed in her 'building. We hope it produced in the Southern states it.s manufacture deep interest in the road-it has cost the transit for their products North and West semble. Various candidatures for the,

1''f will not be like some of our State fair*, an has been carried to the largest extent (..11111) enough goodness:I knows-and we without I trul-fl'r. Immigrants will follow Speaker-hip are canvassed in political' circhhcre .-
in Jreat Hritain from \\hence the
" ; insignificant: exhibition, when !she has the may !' it, Ill not one of us would be the course, of the road n! t fast as the track is prominent among whom are exocretary .

i power to make it !attractive allllll l'flll. product has been distributed without it. Consequently' it is (111)wise tolet laid I, and these grand lakes and rich lands of the navy Robeson, ex-minister tiAustria /

," '':: I Our agents:can only be successful with the throughout the world. :giving employmentto the present management ha\'( a 1lr: just will be! sure to attract their share. I is tie KI- OI. )Ir. Dunnell, of Minneota -

,,J'1" l'or.lillllli.1 of our people. They cannot: ofthemselves a. large portion of the! dense population and impartial tl'lal In conclusion: we would opinion of these rirOf\llll'l that Leesburg! )fr. Keifer, of Ohio and )Ir. ti'ock. of
of F.ngland in her cotton
,. '. create an exhibition of Flori la great assure our readers that the receipts of freight will soon become the largest: town in South New York Mr. Robeson i is the favorite in

'. .\ productIf! they fail it will be the fault of mills i : and gi\ing, in its transportation nnd the shipments of ('OOI, etc., to date Florida. They left for (Ocala morning this: city, from the fact that he has long lived
I employment to thousands of lfm1)
who have failed to aid them. many are in excess of any pievious year, while hero ha house is '
, .")' those at home to stat the surveyors 'Tuesday en route I large very wealthy ali
!' "seafaring: men I and an immense number ofvcsels
'. ..'..,'J The location of (he building is: far from being cotton all other products are bringing better for Leesburg.-f t' trading in all The wealth of
"e I c' favorable, but was, perhaps, the best that seas. prices than for several years past. In view has been remarked that tl'f'are fevvci
, l: ': (treat Uritain bus! been enormously increased. Judge John C. Mcdchce Is Ao More.
of facts we see noeau o. for grumbling.M'iil .
J ,,' 'II"lell'l: obtained.THI ',. these I oil Ice-seekers in Washington than I is usual.Doubtless
j; ;f, through it.s: manufactures. It is only within !, lieconler.On lie died at his residence in Madison !
I ,: the fact that the President I is \living:
t' a comparatively: !short time that the 1'nitedStates county, Florida, on the loth day of October
.,1 : MISSISSIPPI ntrrjt HOUTI:. the lib I called Mr.( Robert W. in house and is
D/lS-sj private ,
11 upon A. after a brief : ; has become rival ( iII
: a to treat inmanufactures.
r We desire: to call attention to the nrlld"pll"II.IIl I>avis, of this pl.uV, Nvhoservesin the Ic i.hl'l was in Abbeville, access than if he were in the White llouohai
1 elsewhere from the Xl'York Tile production of cotton. l'llac- South on the (itli day of September
ity of both lecietary and attorney t something to do with. keeping;: this cl.iaway. ...
f goods in this has been hitherto A. D. 101, the beginning of the ;
headed TIll I i RiverRoute. country proscut
Ti"S, Mississippi: : : ilrUl'lSl'elriroal1 from here to Molroso. Mr.Davis his four They, however will be here in fllr'l
t beyond score
mainly: confined to the! limited of century ullln.t
: i ." It is barely a year since Mr. (Conk-: portion was l'ourll'OI.. and obliging. He took He in the yearA. before the first )(Monday in nl''crll'r. The
ti. years.
I". ling in a speech at the Cooper Institute.:, ( the United, States known the New Kng- in giving; the information which I 1)). I ::1. while it Florill I I<,territory, and, prizes of the patronage of the two hou-es of
; j i 1 lalllll'llllll'l'wlH'r... : has been Ih'a"lr Madison
\ manufacturing \ settled t wilderness inhabited
which listened to 1.1I1l' leading politicians : Ilu'I
" Il was !sought. He assured ,me the construction of I Congress, to say nothing of a new C'abimtvvill
carried to I the greatest perfection and I by Indians:!! all but Ii.'w'hitl' on a ;
Yolk, ami in the a
J of New published
! : the road would commenced be irresistible to this
l 1.1 I just as: soon place which" he named Chuliotah (which an all1111 rn
profitable contest earned \\itli (d'rcatUritain
N.YOl'k Tiinnt, ridiculed the idea of the : on
as I the surveyhould beeompleled. A company lean! in the Indian tongue Pine Hill), pa'jioits crowd.No .
f fiver" route as menacing the trade of Xl'Ytll'kIUI.1 \\- in many foreign markets.: It i is natural in Philadelphia, Peiin., have: bl'l'l where he built a largo, lineman-ion: in which doubt, there will be some very impoit.int
announced I with great emphasisthat l therefore, that an industry in which he J1."ill.d at the time of his death. He'a'!
awarded the of ollicial and ,
( building (consequently a
r the North and the South are alike interested, 'IIIIr\.t tll'rlla,1 lll' largest. and 10.1 successful planters dUUgCI
tint natural, the llIl.\'itahh'IIIIl'! of t trade
The capital was raised in Philadelphia.The in )lllli.II county. He was I man ofsterling number of milor I I po It I'l'. \\hcllul.igh.
# I' ind commerce were from the West to theMast us producers and manufacturersliould: excite of force of character
I :surveyors. lia\e arrived and ( : integrity. great official I likesitant I'otniatvrdcncnilTyner (
[ -that the :Southern route by the Misisippi :-- 1 : aery great interest ami u de-ire, by a 'IIII'IH.t of boundless generosity and andhad
tj t\ .". the !lr111,1 a report may "soon be expected : 0.1 down, many : little I
j cotton exposition to show to the world theprogress the entire confidence 1 I 1I'a..itilll
t. : : hukcd' capital energy and everything. from tht'I' As Mel( rose: is in thenorthwest citizens. He was for many yearJudge\of crafts are !\alowlt in the \Ol'll'X. Many(
which has been .
: made: in both the
; ; That the |p""r. impecunious South! ('"rrHr of Putnam county ', your the Territorial Court in Madi-on (county', who hold office now lust make way for I the
J, .-mllllIlIl. control this grand Western:, grain departments, of production and manufacture. many readers feel IlIll'I."t..1 in the enterpiie. and prob.ibly did more than any other man: friends of the new Cabinet Oll.l.'.. Moreover
towards developing the resourceof the
I Ii
\ C "IIII1It'I"'l't.whkh was: bound toiek the \\'II'II..1 the proposed: l road i-not a the Congress that will on the
lie of the 1 "I'IJI.
: Notwithstanding all the calamities ofar COlnt11,1 lltl' ; was Oll' most
of New York. The llal 'lIll'lIlllladl' ,
i ; port < by mythical creature, gotten up like many Iwll\, in building\ the Peiisacola! tV litilf fin-t Monday of next month will be morelargely
the Tiiutt vvill I MI calculated to arouse nitontion the impoverishment of our people, the dis.ruptiun .
others, only to decoy the innocent public, Railroad, and was the 1I..t individual compo-eil of new men than any that
/ ; alllll'rl'ah'lIlarlll in New York and Kalrrn of our system:, of labor the! folly by Our legilatnre !stockholder in that corporation. In the year has assembled for that
This means
1 .\.0..111 thisconnection and oppre-siveness of Federal legislation unprincipled !ll''llator .\. D. 1SI5O he was elected to represent': years.
jMirt-s. ,
t I lllllll'II'l I tOI'I'\'lIllll' granting county in the :State; ( which many old members mil 1''lulor Ica\'E 10,1thclr
the 1.till
cotton of the :South has ,
draws attention to the import.mice crop steadilyadvanced
of charter rights to bogus concerns, Tallahassee in 1 Kssl. ; and was the influence in Washington. The tl'l.llll'
1' 'J ot the ship canal, as supplementing in volume: and improved in qiiality whose fortes lie in the sketching of fancied dent of that, C4II\'lllol which "",('Ir'"I- meaning in of influence i-
: t I thU I immense, tr"wllltrain'; trade which isdiseciiding until now it Iris attained to six millions ordinance of secession.Judge \\n..hlllgtol
lines of road and out to friends clientmale
; on paper, selling power appoint or m
: of bales. Intelligent cultivation and the. (11) McUeliee was a member of the
(" ..'.. the Mi si--ippi, and, by a ship useof charter rights tl"II' jd, companies. Thespeculators -*' I Presbyterian Church at ( ..lklal.l. and formauy'yearsa female, to clerkshipIt is said a new head/
.: .I\IIIIIII\.I'tI.... Florida the mouth of the fcrlili/.er> has nearly doubled the
( to :>t.Marys
ruling and I was such at the will be the ,
,hull.1 be Mocked by J1W. Wehepeak t'lll'r. placed over public printing otlloThis
t ; will ".1\(111.... long detour around the !since the war. time of his death : \a'l the principal blip- immense
for the Melro-e( rua,11 fair degree of establi-hment alone >
<" "" di' pes:! of Florida, with the attendant dangers \ The improvement in machinery and skill port 1111III"talt that llr'h. For the 1111.ptint'1
; t uiiiitii Journal.TIIK hundred
1l'I'l""I.-//11 I last took persons.
> f. and enable .ships andteamer' to load/ in manufacture: has enabled (thl' factories ofNew fl'\ J"lIths ; } looking forward to the meeting of the new
Ii ny elevators from the barges on ships i\ pasingdirectly ; Knglutid: : toiliivt- from I the market all RVH.KOVII. -Captain Colson, one of Synod at Jacksonville, which he expected I to I Ont H.\ILRO.\-We Iaollr" wh'i"11

-: ( 1I to tluir destination ; or, if made foreign; made cotton ;:eNIII
I :.t deep\ >hip canal, will ;give ;greater! di-patt \\ hll h hud been exclusively imported Railroad was in town I few days !since and ,II before :Synod's meeting he was called I Melrose( Railroad will I- of great Jl'lti ''

I :.ind safety to \l'S""cK' loading at New Orlcan.ind from raigland, is now siippl.uitod by po-ted/ u.in regard to the road from Marianna ( : awa:1.1 hi l'UI more.Although IlIm.1 upon earth will knov adjoining l'OUlllil'l'Ill\ ( advantages to mil,

bound for Kuro: |'e.iri.ir American m.muf.icturi: ..r>. to t'hatahtll'lll'l'. He IlIli'rl. us that in the latter p'ar of his life he I own county will be more illl'tlatd.\
: In tliu meantime the :South; has not been about six hundred. hands are now at work I had losses of property)' and other adverseblasts The survey was commenced lu-t week Itlt

j '. In: .1I1I: IHJl.\'t:. idle, and cotton manufactories have ;':-Olll'lIl' upon this portion of the road and thatmany I yet he was never known to murmur is being 'lrlu I)'. The pro
r ,; i or ('oliI.III. but was alwavs an.1I IrN''ltl.1
One of the mn-t encouraging feature- more nij| lly in the :South than in the West.Already more could be obtained if the (lul.- happhe; seemed to look beyond dll.'ul t the { motors of Ill' IU'UI business: anil will

tlic piv--nt condition of )Florida is the tendency sixt.v'-"'even cotton f.u; 'torus have tors had implements.. Captain t'ul"ol will I and troubles of ('lrlh.ll.l through (he Chris-'ar/: begin trllllr a.s soon as the survey ing part

to enlarge. existing md to introduce I been estahli-hod in Georgia; : lone -many of c"'IIIlI'II.. c'lltrd \ about ix \\'ltk, '!i, tian's f.iith and h"pi to realize tllt enjoy, shall have a'olll"h'll:!! work No pm
.' fields 1 ( have in bid for (as far as lnt. in the tle-h could ) the ;glories ;
i..W enterpri-e.- The lumber biisiof them' III''C'r)' large capacitywhile many Il' Milton put u I and happiness of the C jl'tl'tll."C c State has a better prosjKti

.t.".> I the :State !ha- grown I immcnclywithin others are either' now building< or contemplated another '\Itrl |eyond Marianna. He iiiow i- and those who knew him Ilt'cllh'orll,n,1('oil only; I than this, running as it doc--, through soin>

the past year and\ new mills are n''ntiMiitly ;- l. and oxi-ting; factories; are enlarging) I nuking arrangement- procure '! think that vyhen death (' I tl him of the best timbered land in Florida ami

I I going up. New orange! !grove- arotu'lng their capacity. : "-craper>, one of whiih can r'lIhlII" much but the clo-ing of this night lite, and the affording access to our lake regionan";

I constantly planted out nnd old ones'' It needs no argument tohuw th.it it inu-t dirt a-cuht men. >!,'.,,r-. Milton ., Hiker I|I dawning MiCharlotte of a bright.\. Do/ier eternal was.Ia)born". in Cambridge I other points in the interior by the qun-ki-

extended. Truck tunning, notwithstanding\ be morn profitable, other things being equal, and \\nlk'r..V Howard: are al"l pushing f.ri i'.I, I South Carolina on the 2Sti! dav of and shortest: route from the nictroi>olis. His

the rather unfavorable: eerieuee| of the to bring the machinery to the vicinity of the want their work .\IIIHI !>1'H'1 miles of the ;|I June, l oj, and was married to Judge MoStlittt [ I i ju-t now in order for croakerand doiiM

present year, will, it U !!said be greatly' enlarged cotton fields than to carry the cotton.to themav'hinory road havobocn gradol.-Miiri'imm ( Wrftr.ATI.VNTIC. ( that on the time'Jlth she day was of J.tIIIItr.of ISSt his, l'n II take a back t'nt. as all their combine"v'florts

next "pring ; the extension of the especially xvhen there I is a large Sr. JoHN" iV INDIVV RiFK: RAU.wiv. : .- jo.\11'11". They lived in their Floiida hlr'r home for : c'allvai nothing again-t the onwai)'

lailroads now building to South Florida margin of difference in fuel and motive .-Thi-I i- the iiimeof I new road ju...t m'r.than I quarter of a century"-, and until march of pror; ( We look upon the ran > '.> .
will enable the vegetable business to be car'ed l owcr. Northern capital I N! now seeking to organized; by J. W. t'llkl'.lflllll.. ; N.R. the !t''tltl.day IIfU'l Is'iS ; (lIl day' mi an c-tahli-hcd fact and c-re I fewh' *

<-;: on with utmost entire immunity from ally iu-elf\ with :Southern capital in the establishment : to will be able '
plan ro
I to leave that mint all*
j the Influence! of la to frosts."' The culture ofstr.iw manufactories,'", at the :Smth.experience ; W. and di ,ti ion that t.'rll (
Railway ; W. T. and J. Sylvester, now of j ret ; on day .he vi>ited Mot; hreakfa-t 1'u.1 Jacksonville in alM.ut f'"
lorries has'" proved successful:, and will having !shown that cotton nianufactures Palatku both ul.t i | railroad men ; and S. C. I I.lal., and on her return home at evening I I hour*, tral"ll'II.I..IIIt an hour or two. iim'

I |M> :.n-roo>ed. Wo learn that the exjKirtaIKO ean bo: carried on more profitably at Ming, of thii i luue, ul.1 which is to run between I) t to, she vi-it died ; and Judge MeGehce's[ last be (carried home again in time for MIPJT '>''.
was Moseley the
of I'rcfch lisli, from the Gulf coast I is asfcuioing the South than at the North.At Palatka and :. Augustine, and, from I and on Monday, at ,.\nluA lal. same ht. he I'lall.died.i I *five:lino days oa-a Usually Mund to accomplish.Hre trip which now< .laa

comparatively )large \proportions.Tho the Atlanta K\po: ititln'l' have here to a point on the Indian river Itrevardcounty. Their remains. nniI beneath the ."/ 'iiiy.

"jK>uga trade, originally confined to Key brought before the eye the cotton growing The preliminary |lol.N| have IHH-II ; JJln'l of Oakland thl they l.n"I""so I

Wot, has now become a profitable pursuit: in the field, the cotton gin, separating, it (from I a I transcript forwarded to thep: \ which they delighted to sing Ids I.IH'thl'ilur'l I ( 7'11 \11 C.Ul.11I .
1'111I11".111'1 prialli i
p ovrrnor Morgan declined the
in the vicinity of I"I. Marks and Apalachirol.i. the *eod, the various clavsi-s\ of machinery ,' : ..It.I' f,.r ti.I; The road anil through h faith to c'mh'lllatl j,>\ I of Secretary tuning of the Treasury,
by which it i U curried through;; the \"IIrit..l/ run through tin- 1'lllltl..1 "I. J.lls. wii in life beyond the tomb. Hc.Itin1 and has nominated Charles J. J-V."
Of uuuufaciurtt. have a- yet but few.Wf prooeM.c. to t finished goodThe planter ii.uu. 'Volu i.t ;i id Hn'\'arJ The length of friends can feel that the departed have found of New York in his place ; also Postmatwientral '
that bliss for .
uiv turprlst;" *! I hat no one lias been found hi bits hU cotton the nucliint-t. hi. gin> und tho rov I \\1.- in (do neigh)Mirhootl of two i them, .faith vyhich"t they In' nought ii ht and; that with inglorious (which nominations James for reappointinentLotli Lave ', '
.i yvl t.> lutroilui 4li,* luanufaihire ur cot. cunling m.i.'himtlu' |....mt. the "'loll.| hundred mile*. Next wot.k we lhl be able I Ito friiol11.1 that: now hop. j f It w understood (Lat )btu Ir. Howe continued of Wi"

tot) aetr oil. Oil factories are springing, up ing machinelc.. The vtit >U* thins i i... !I"- l ,y !v>l fire our lilt1 Cul |>articular*. j the. new :. thl r..I''I''t1 i, rnlln. will mxid _Attoniey-k-n nil >IrMr.

in v vt-ry x>utltm st.t.., >iul they an ,'..n- f,>,re you it u gl.ttuv 'or vaniiiiatl Hn: I t T -'lUleiiien. who have ,. enterprise in .IU..I art the die in tu1.lnl" h.

.... ...1..1. vd1 J'rvd bl\", ,',.111 1", rj"", ", ii.tnd..ire exp rienced rirntlul''rtuJ.| .ible' ri,. U, ...,. A FUIKM t r[l.t. lUaine I f" eSII.tft\ to rttir! Ih'f(




Til! [ 15 [FLORIDA( ; ( MIKKOIS[ : OCT01JU) [ ; H ',H.)

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Xnttcc If 2Y ..rVirwi Real. I'stale.;" LegalVT .\." eelISP111N11d.1. .->.,-.....s AA NN X\: imumi\ ooo Imlltl\\: : : XX SSSSSKKXNX :; ::
ready t 10 receive :-lall'lIllIl: ('01111. ----- KI: : : XX :SS:
i mi new : Sul SS .\ .'iA XXX NN HH\ \ HM OOOOO
.1'usr5' a5'cxoifil for the year I l\s.almy| TIM: I'Idi111.I .VrnowN :\0'1' : :. I -s ,VAAA XXX: : : :NNHH: \ 1111' 00 00ltlt KK XX X XXSSSKK : : !
I tlu ill the /:"/"/'*'** printing e-t.iblWiment( I I A MKF.TINU I : : ( OF TIIF.: :STOC1C-; 1''I :i- :SSSA: AA NN: : :NN: HHHH OO OOKI. XX X XX :SSSS.SKK :::: : :!
Tl"1 MIWI' IMPIOVIMKNT:( : : (COMPANY. .1 holders of the Heach: Hotel\ ) and Egad: :\ i :SSSAAAAAANN: : : :XXX: : IUI HH OO 00 HIt XX; XXX SSSKK :;:
"'.\Iltl'1:: l\ SCOTT.i Company: held in the city of Ft ruandina.on :SS;: \ VA A.VNX XX: hilt HH\ OOOOO KIsSsissi : XX XX SS.
..ikvttirnf' I Revenue: for Na"aii: ( 'UII'11' I the iL'th: day of :September.; \ \\.1.! puiuant : : \ v\ .\.VXX :XXKllllHIl\ \ 000 J KI: It KKXX; XX :SSSSS: :::
t.\.rl1 IIulina.. I'Lt, October i I.:.. 1 I'"1. rernandinii.Touns i to not(ice duly a Ic'rti'ell'"rthit-et'" neck, ;
required 1 by lots', it was ie-olved) by a vote
- on I{. 1C. Line.And of\ lhtrtr-I'ulll'Ih'! "1'111"1', the stork of said:I ,
'"o.h..o Tu\-IH; ."1's.' eomp'inv' then until !there represented' I that I I II
1\I LL bunt the following places at the 'edar !i.\> I the articles of incorporation of said' Heath\
I time stated: hl'loIi II' the purpose t.fivin.1 Hotel\ and Koad: ( Company:( \beo amended I,
: the :State: and, County Taxes for as /to extend the limit of indebtedness\ nr, liability 1
care-, III vear : to which -aid corporation\ !, can at anytime Wholesale and Retail Houses.
;iihiiu IIrlllll.h., Monday' :\0\'. 7, 1 IsKinu's -*!1. ; "Mihcct| it-,'ll'I'rotll\ twenty-live hundredtlollais.a'sheretofore 1 w
OU'eix Lessees and l'III'I'IHI..t'I'
: Ferry Tuesday., *. to a large ; ; to ..i x thou-and I ,dollar-,
(Dunn's t rpl'k.rl'tlrll' ,hy." it, number" of (he most t eligible and desirable as provided'\ 1 bv section (::1)!) ot'an\ act of thelegilatnreof

|Lr llijnrinhotliam's: : Thursday., :\11\'. 1 II'< Lots, suitable for; Hu-ine-s\ \ Purposes, or for the :State ot Florida( "entitledan ,

'"1.I 1. (City or :Suburban: Residences, act to amend an :act to l provide t for; the, R
I Hr.\II.\\ llrallr; I I. Friday I ."'"\'. 11. 1M| "I.allahall. I. creation of\ corporations' and) to pic-< iihe 4
:-III1:: ,lay. I ll': their, general powers and liabilities, all.10\ '
II irt's \I'oad.: \\edne-day., :1'. I'PON): !I'.ASY: :: TKIJMS.Liberal : reenact; and amend thr sectionrepealed: by 1 1I

i ineville. Thursday.: ."., :said\ :act.\ .Approved\ March 11 1 1"71.I. I If I AM I III'YIM\\ CONTINUALLY: : 1.\1(1): )K: (iUANTITIF.S OF OOODS) :Sl'CII(: AS'KLOTTR
liakerville.; \ Thursday.\ .'!. Di-count* on Values allowed, to ( i. :M'AKK.Chairinan : I .

.\ll1di:1, Friday I. I partle" engaged in niannfactuiing: or" indus and \' I'I'.I'\\" "-I.\1'I11.\ (

W. .I'. :-1l i'. ll' :enterprises' .., who will erect on the property \\'II.II\M 1\\. (C. Dfi\ir. .: : :,
( ..Hector of \1'evenne: Nassau: : Count I\'. i :Secretary: ainl Treasurer. !iinl'It'C 1
I puichased' : substantial! improvements _
IVriumilina t October I 1". 1 I' 1. .b l:
I for; rtsideiice, or in which I to conduct their \ : I OF I INCOKPOI5ATION c \ ;

\SO.V: .\ ('0.. biiincs.s.1NIH\ or TIII l': (GRITS: MEAL CORN

HUOJH. and Kctail: I Dealers in : \ CKMKNTS: : To :MANTFACTFKI1IIS : \ :- 1.1:1'Snl'S: : :(: .\: I\1)IA\ KlVI'.lt: ,

Drug: *" Jledirine. I'msey C.ood. : : :, I by exen.ptioti I tilt' a l term of years from' 1e.\II.no.\U ('OJI1'.1N1'.

NOTIONS) : : 1'AINTS.: :: / I.S.:: taxation' tillered, by I the! several; titles andlots :
aiithoiity ;an Act of the [LcaMadue l-
Chemical Fertilizer: I.'...... !". Apply atT'1 JY/ nf tilt Slate: \' of Floiida: entitled l

\" ;.-, 11'.lidyst..JACI.:-; ):N1'11.1.1':, FLA. .,./ 'Olliee cor. I'.eacb tl 7th sl I"., Fernandina.Kitf "An Act t to Provide farlhlt I Incorporation, of\

.' We sell at :Savanirih; (priceSend -. I _. 1'ailro.njs:: \, ainl I ;:ntal: -," and approved\ I'Vli- HAY OATS FEEl ) AND IMJAX
.<". for, quotation I'--'iply: nary i ll'tli!' 1571 I notice is lierehy. given, as
_____ u. TIH': 1.'I.on I n.\ reiu'ired| by said: ', :act that a\ company: ba-
'on S.1LE.:. hull lorincd, under (the name of the, I

KXCHANUK: (: : : for improved, city property r J AND AND I.MMKMIATION: : : : II'\'Y LKF.-iHriKi: : : ; ,V I INDIAN: 1:1: \1m IIAIL-1 ,
10.11 COMPANY.
.so .\ACKFS: ;:: ))1' (;()01). KICH:( to be ill\t.-It.\\ with all the rights., powers,

MAMMOCK LAND: ..1'rciff privileges and! franchise: conferred( uponcompanies \ By the Cargo and Car Load.
on this Inland ; fifteen art'c.s under cnltivation. I ) the, this formed;' under said .Act for /the
For information, apply to purpose of\ constructing, maintaining; and
.1eeiSSiuid.1X1)( ;:: :I : : ) DKSlIlAMLi) : : :
F. C I:. SltJIKKK\ : :, operating a railroad I for !public use in the
House! convevaiice! of\ anil properly. The
;(7( Mansion 1\\11'4: IX: Tilt persons
___._____ ._ -0-- _. _.h .__ main line I'allll'ailt'nad: will llal' about (:-0)>)
STATK: OF FL01MDA: eighty miles in lennth ; will be constructed ." ., ..
: obtained for inventions
JATK.\TS for improvements new in oldones. from "a !point on the Tropical Florida, Kail-: i ..UTIIU\ INAHLKD:: SF.LL: .' .' -
or I At only-il.:: I ::!.) per acre to new 'cttlers, with road nearly: due west 1 hum [Leesbnrg. ill:1I1111t.1' :'; ; TO TODEALERS
Caveats, Infringements, Trade-Marks, .
the privilege of selection' in parcels: nf .10acres :-: County, Florida ; thence Ka-t toLeesbnrg < '
:and all patent )business promptly' attended I Ito ,
These, lands l"t'alt'lo11, touching) the slIlIlhl'I'1Ifll'l\ inll of .. "
INVENTIONS: THAT HAVK: HKKX: I ; or more. are t
Lake Itrillin the northern point i t of Lake
IIKJKCTKI: !;( ) may: still, in most. cases, lie patented .and :adjacent to the line nf theATLANTIC !
Harris t thence to Lakes: Kn-tis: anti Dora,
the 1-I: :,. Pattnt
by us. Being opposite
Olll'ce, and engaged/ \ in PATKNT lU'SINT.SS \ 1. I Jt'LF AND: \ ) WEST INDIA: ) passing through, Orange! and Itrevard 1 counties
i : KXCLUSIVF.LY: to a \point at or near Titusville. on Indian : AAn.L+ 1 : ]l.liJS MVKRYJJO.DY:
: we can seempat TltANSIT: :: CO.'S 1 K.: II.1: lliverilli: ; ( branches to l Lnkf .1'', i'kt ,
ents in less time than those \\-ho are remote\
and I.ake'I'ohopknliga; in Orange :and lire-
from Washington.Wlien
extending from FKKNANDINA: : the Atlantic surd counties.
Inventors send model, nr .kl.tl'h.WI. ,
.' make Search in t'''e Patent Otliee.! and to CKDAll: KKY: on the (!nlf coast, ]1)I. E.: .MANWKLL.FllAXK : .
( : 1 I B
: t. PAPY.llJm
advise as to its patenntabiIitstrren/'rhnrye. thus allording to the. >rodncer cheap .
) | constant '
:: I K.: \\ AUNF.W.In (: : .
Correspondence (4)fl thkntial; fees reasonable and, rapid transportation to the best _00__ ___ .__ ._ _____ n -- -AT '1'111-: ,
; and NO CHA1KJK(;1: UNLKSS: : I'A1'1X1'
markets. Jiislirc'M Court.STATK .
We refer by )permi.ssion to the City Post- The belt of'olllllr.11'1I't'l. >t',1 by the Transit : OF FLOUIDA: ,
niaster and to the :Superintendent of thePostOtllee I II.: J II. embracesF.VF.UY :
.linnet OOIlYOII are\ hereby notified
Money Order Division in Washington.
that writ of attachment has; heeljs.ltt'd
; For-pL-cial: ivferenees\ t'irclIlr.t.l'\ : : : VAIMKTY: ()Jo' SOILto a
i again-t; t you, and your propcrl.v at
vice terms l'tl'Ildrl'
tached to !sati-fy 1 lIu'III'llIllilllof.1 \(ones it' Lee, VERY LOWEST PRICES.
C. A. :SNOW & ( 0., be found in the :State: a large proportion ii'"iO.
:2-tf \ :amounting to $ i ) :Now/un less! you :-hall
being peculiarly: adapted to the: culture ofSMiiTuoiiru. appear\ \ before "'. A. :Mahoney.a Ju-tice! of\
.- -- ; i'It'rrsattl I Iu'lyegetable; ;, the Peace in :and for said! ( County, at tilt ohijeeat
and ItiiNiiioNM Cards ( 'alahian) Fla., on the ::1,1! day of December
.. /and Thevi', CmiifHirtImlifit nf Timber '
-- 1HSI l. at III ,, ,'lol'k.tuw.jtltlglllC'lIt will
T. "'. 1.\ 1.IIac. make these lamls worthy of\ CAHKt'l'i7A"- I be rendereil against: 'olllU\l1 y our'property
..IMI\.ITI' by niannlat'tutu of LfMincKAMI sold to \pas the debt.
4 TTOIINKY! : : AT L.\W. : :N\VM. :Sl'olJKs.NF.W; : (Dated( this :'JMh i day: of\ :Seiilombcr: A. 1), Tim: PI'HLIC, \ I IS COIIDIALLY: INVITKD: ; KXAMIXK: : MY STOCKo'\
< 1$"tl.

t FKIINANDINA: : ..\. : SITTLIIS: : ::: .1. II.UII'TO\: ..IUXE\:; II. LEE.
Partners doing( business under the linn
:Special attention given to collecting. name of Jones U-c Plaintill's.
I'nrchasing' land \from) this company! are furnished ,
Otliie.; over I Ilorey's Drug; :Store.: P.: -Rul .
.. nOO_________.__ _'__ with eiiliff j'ri'fxMiifiii'; on the Transit -
ro.'ri..s anil lrotihioiiN.' GENERAL ; :
:. w.n. it. <;. i>i7itvii! : ':, Railroad for family and personal I cH'cct* ._ .,. -. -' "' -- MERCHANDISE.I .

.IX1ItAI.:: l'mDIISlomnCT: : ) : to. the station nearest the land purchased.TITLH I. ii. i:. OTTIHII:.
( : COMI'LCTK: :, being derived. by .

CK.NTKI: :: Sr., :SKXK: II. I II.: DKI-OT: grant from the (I'nitcd States and purchase.from I 11'ECXA\111\.1: ; : I : FLOUIDA.IICAI.KU( : II

the :State of Florida.

( 't)111U':Sl'OXnKNCISOLICITKD.: I I : ( : I [( I. .'
HHJ, ('orll. Oaf*. II sic a in I I y ii roverles

'-- .. y II Di-scriptixe M-> and cn-:<'ci\is: mailed onapplication. I
j.\ ns: Mc(:ii'Vip \, AM

O NT 11 A ("1'011 A :NI)D JIlT I 1.)1':1) : 11:, I I CIIAS.:: 11'. Liwis: PI I: ( 1 v I isioxs.Ciiloiner I : .
I I l.utol: |I'OIl.IIIII."t.r. STOILES<<>> and Chi ANDLER .N.

.11t'hnnStreetrhthseen :Second: and Third. j Olliee cor. lit';"'-!tt! and Sr: ; '1'rntb! :Sea, 0
I li'i-tf
FKIINANDINA.: : ( )..\.
I can rely upon gelling ( 'IIOICKODS. ;

Orders and estimates from a distance elitefully !! ,J II PRESCOTT.Style < ( )[ as '
\ attended to. iVtf I II t I'XOTIIIXH
I ____ DKALKIIS: : ON TIIK L1XK: : ( hi') Till: UAILItOADS: ( AND: Tin: 'IllVKIl; C'AXXOTDO

w. K. itAiTKMciir.! : Fit HUT Till: FINKST:: Hi\M: "Sare ) Itl'4I"l'IIt'I'IIAX: : : C.I.IXU! I BUY, AH I GUAUANTKK: : TO s :r.Js, r.OW.\H
Nil ItKTVII.: I.I)1''I'fIIIC
: AND STOCK DKALKIl: : :, Comfort, __ kept in stik.' .. : : OU ANY: :XKKUIHOIIIMS:[ : (''ITY. I HAVK: 'KVKIIYTIILMJ: ( J IX STOCK
AXUIeuler 1'11.1'y: ( )NK: IlKASONAHLY: : :: WAXT.. ,

In h.... a{ \M I

TIXXISsiIIII:1:1':: : : : : : : .\ HI'I'CI.Iry.: Durability. Thipac! e 1'1'1'0"1'\1..1 I for I II

llitooM :STBEKT WIIXKK, .\. It. \OVKS.

i9-tl' FKIIXAXDINA.:: : ) : FLA.C .

O. N.-OAKKS..-- --. (*rorer and Sliip ('hlilld"'r.I GROCERIES: OF ALL. KINDS.

ONTIlACrOK: AND) HUILDKIl.) : I FKIINAXDINA.: : ..\. j ..- .

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IIaiIii .\Xat4: & 1.'n Ixn.: < "
/; largely/ h"'r.'u"'d '
; : ; HUACKKTS: S.\ \\'IW)1: ;. my ,I' TOKACCO AND ( 'CIGARS. : r; "
"stork of Foot>1a1'ltr. in boll flue IIAKKUS: :; AND: : .
Tl UNKD: B.\; Lesnnooi1.1:1.: : : : : .. CONIT.CTIONKKS.fllOICI.: ) : : : I II
and ,,, ) '. I
STAIR KAILS.; WOOD) 1.tVFTItOi'11 : > .'dh.lI.ra..s./ I inn ona.lilril .

( ; ". :SIIKATIIIX'S.WKATIIKU150AIID: : lo |ilar<' before my rimtoiifirw !

: ) I: H tr>' large iiHsortuirnl' of (:rorerlev, ('Eutaw' had 'I'oba/'ro\. II I I ,

I INJ .\xi.FLOoil.Ntalr ( :. I
INtL I Uou' ulld NIlOCM IIIIMmost .' by. the ,, 'I'CI\O: \ND FANCY AKTIcr.lX: : i I A Full Stock of FURNITURE

and (.hur.... Work .011I..11. 1111,1 sltIIledlorlnaea Wedding1., Kntcrtainnu'titi.: ; ,11I't\ \ t Y

Tin-so, (Joo lt M''r<' liirnNbed\ at lilt'hu'rt! ....t ,if..life, at I'w'/.I.; / I
.\ SI'I-c: '1.\I.TY. parrhaNdir toni, prices. at -INCLUDING( : .-,
C .\SII. U lid are ,
HOOKSNMl; ) WINDOW FKAMKS only .'\.'h..I1/'d/ for Hie "same' Centre Si' reelOpp. .
> tiM !'. Jliainlior, Suits Tables *
O. lIuilIi. .
)K .AU SXhslt :| : .'ullllllud".1'" will |.o le.>ni. .; Chairs, ,; ..
Post Otlict. It-c 11.
ban .d a pleasure afli-r .. (!lId.'r.uld"K. ] '
I-Vrnandina Fla. MIM'IIK/ % I IIC. rcans, RockersVlutti )ts 1
/ Irariilni; atilinl 11. 11IX-UInSU\: :
: .
Itooliw and .Stationery.Wholesale etitrclucly lot. I.. I I Lounges, 11cclst ( a(1S 'Afattrcwses.TIIK
-- -. _. 'I pr < x" tlifM'ooilw !! .- .
I <* ar* o.ft'r..d. I I -\o. -c ;
1111 Ie .1 ('I: n Ie I.: n'. :

.* .viyMtorh" ii\Tiiui\vs: : ::.t! ... 'iJJI .. I, '
and lletail: .. ... : MOST ACCOMMODATING'/ ) )
i rniM.siii.vc; (:mn>s u worthyI ; 1 -l'w!. :";-6t;!. rl.ft_ <. ...... KMpJ.OYKS: : IN Till: IIT1'. .

]JOOIS. ST ATIOM.ICV.And I j jI he iilleiilldii. of hose, le", iriiiK 1 ,.. r.V "-- '

I fine < oo l".' I .
t' Order,, lefi ..\
ni eleHlonuill
> "
Hit W..r Uiy STREr, I l;
rereiearefill a.ad promptattention. C' X U I: Ie '1'Ii I; Ie. S..A..N'"BORN'JJ
J.U.K4'\\.U.:, r KI/iil\. I'1'-l--!
I't!':Ii\S\1111.1 0; n.I ..\

J H. PRESCOTT I ) '" tf.\l. 1:1t 1'-- '
I U ; .llr.\J.l.u' C'I! I:'' }
,T-t'r'S..h..ol hooksuISprrlally. ....\ j 1511, 1'erauwdhlu.l'IN. :, .). \\'hOJlI'; r1)I'I'IXS:, u n t .tShl1rhtraphir : '!'

I tr.lrtti pr'nn1'tlaud! |!,l |. S( cUIII Street, FKRXANDTXA.

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/M/tK/t covxrr. ter one was rrcctcd.( In the ground)* adjoining 611iIL11Ilitl'Qltl': : : ISXKKl: : nifNTY. I Tnxra'beenIldr. ,

1 i I.- n largo wtippernon grapery, vvhKhshows -; ; I ( iJl//llf//Il""r-l H.: I1.I Davi, Sanderson. I Ocnla."f .
It* COMMi I'Rr 'CCtrIXUEkwrut> : : that this: fine grape i ii .um.'s'fullygrown I'ulh' Stntc' Otlic(>rs. 'I''Tk-F.. J.) Puns, :Sanderson.&hrf : / 1""I/wr-I.'rl'II'I'j'k 1, \ t.

I Ui cat F FLomi'V i'nine m. in. I this! !"e'd lion.A I.XM OFMCK:, i\I.M->VII.I.K.jrut'f :. iff V. I'. Herndoii[ :S.ulderylln.: ( :
b u -L. A. Mirnes. ( ;aineyville. .INN,.NN4rtt'! r".J'r.-nl'II; } r 1'. ( 'anovu, Sanderson. : S"l'Ni/cllrt/ Sfiinilf-I ll f ( tl|
Tit t/.l..libro( thf Mirror : few mile further to the wt! !I- Darbyxille )'
J'fi'fitif-Joni] 1'. liuliins: ( ;ailll' \'ilh.. ) MtCoy.
J.I J.f J. S.X.NMHSO.V: Oi:!tuber 21. I lwsl.1 wheie State. :Senator: / McClcnny' ii .*nrei.!" ".'( I" ",''-M.ilai'hi:. Martin, Talla- t'nllirlnr nf /.Vmw-Kichnrd: Ki'tttieelv I MOXHOI: ': luf.NTv.

Two miles east: 1 of Olu) .tce station i it the largely engaged l in the tur-ntitic| and timber IIII ''!'. Darbyxille.) d)mt'i .//ff//r/' -( 'Ir". S. H.iroi;;, i I. I. .

1 battle-ground) of olit-tw.) or Ocean Pond, nIt busine This i is in the neighborhood) t M'-TIIIT: ufiT./ .\'UprriikUrlrllt nf: ."_'df'fIf/-A. J.1'. Cubb' I f'1'rk-1'etcr'I'' Knight.; Key \\-i, \

: xx-a: called,l I by, the Federal!. 1"011flf\ the of the Little St. Marys! river, a very pnttyand Juiliji e-'I'huua-cttlt'. Jack"oiiillo.. f)11I..tl., I .< SJ7-licargeA.IeIncrritt( K. \\
gel Mnrrhitl/ -J. H. Durk) Jack'onxille. lilt \Iro1l.: n.f.sTV.: Aw*'Jr nf /'axrg1'alter I c. M,1, :' .
1v effects uf that wild i ,day'work! arc Mill\ xi j ii- ) good) agricultural; country: and) i j- remarkable r'1'rl'-I'Jj, Ii Walter.,v.la: ';ksonxille.INTHiMI. OmlI1.1'1".1., I II.: itichard: Providence. Key West.I'nUirtnr. .

I I ible now, Seycutten years after that memorable a* having been the te-'id'-nce) of f'lcrk-Heiirv 1-. York I Lake Mutter. nf 1/1--Walter (I'1|
I : KI.\M: : :. .">,,,,'; -\\'. \\'. Tumhlin. :'taree..I.trrNNfrgt' Jr., Key Wet.Siinvinli'inJcnliifSi'lt'iii:! .
conflict. Large; pine trees'hot offjit )((1' Moses Kirbutir, a very large;: stoc-k man. .
o/I"'III'-lIl'lIlIi.) : .
t Kanan.: ; : Ja 'k"oii\IIIe. .
1-; N". I'raill\\ right, Lake .l. J1 "
b ri different length/ are lying:: in great profu- and at the. lose of the war: i)r a few )'CUJ"IouI"C'III"I < ot.t.KiTuhs:, ol- I.t -TOM.. Mutler.Vi'llnlnf. \:01: \ .i |1

!Ion, decaying) with time ; trots carxe-d by | wa< (he oxvner of iV*""""' head), .IahnC.. Unwell. IVrnamlina., iif' iillrTir'-Ihiiml'errs'' Hu'Ju'allia ",, x.: \" \ l-or.NTY.

f the bullets! that rained against them, and ranging over the prairies of the KWmmceand i Ivlxvtinl; ll'ipkiiis.) Jacksonville. :-: IV. n/'l/( 'I .1.tflcJintol .1. llklr. I ,
: John 1-. 111111..... thns'. finjuriiitfitil'-nl; 1:f .s.i7/W.. .-L. I M.: Ithodcs: diva )
4s I here and') there ran lie !"('CII the hones' of I about! okeihobee in :South. Florida.I ) :>t. lrlgu- '

horses killed) in that battle. The country i is )Ir. 1'arbotir i Is, now ,1<' I'1. The cattle biH-i J. M. I Ctirrie. < Vdar Key.Stnlr Marke. Sb( '..'/'--J. A.1dwanll'msrlunulios: '
naEVutu: I'or.NTY.tjimitlj :\ riff'; 1'eter'ous', lVrnamlini.
I level pine wood*, inter"por with what are news! re-piires :an fnergelic;: vigilant: man to I ./ufI-.I.llIH' .McCrorv (city. i ttf..i;*>"ir nf Tiifft; -Win. II. liati!:' :.,, |

'known M lap.I-I'JW, yet alluvial depositsovergrown I control it, and) a* it I isimpossible, 1 foraileadman Olllf'f'r" 1'oint... namlina.njlfrtni' .

t s but inai.'i.olii; and, principally, to look alter herds of cattle, )1 r. Harbour' i\Ki:: : 'I IIXi/ : l hl'XKTMK.NT.: : : ( 'lrrl'-\. A. :Stewart: Titus\illc. ( .,' nf 1'rl'-Warren F. s,..1! I F.
(i what it known as! loblolly bay: a sl|>eeics of !* large stock( has vanNied like the mist ;
l.iruti'H'liil-davi i-.i'ir- liixintr-ton i \\ 1 Mcthel. : t ;ianna, Sitfii i'dru'Ii'if.'rlnul1',1 M.i1 I !
r .. thetltagtllolktthat; bean actual I white (lower, before the rising Htn.To Key West. (\IIr"/t", 11"-1-i \'. M. (I'latt, Like .1;'!.- (Callaban! ,

two or three inehcs in length, and when the treat of liaibville.. on New fixer, f'. mtufif; i/t'. si'i/t.John I. I I'vim\vI l 11".), TalIaha' !sitp) Orange; (County.SHjKYtntfinlfHl 01\\1..kI'I.t: T)1111 \
there 1 ..cc. ( iif >'' "lIfll.1-A. ''irady.: l La i iOranite. ( IUlyr-l It.: L. '
fIlIlIJI"WII"C't frat cult. Yellow ]mine are bodies of a- tine I timbi-r as eau befouml :1111"I'' (I. iii< >\
('fIIl'//I'l-\r. D.) Mann-s: T.illaha>ee.Trt'ititftr ( ; ( 'I"'k-J. P. Hiighey. Orlando
vines, the delicate little yellow (lowers of ) in the 'JlllllrIt'll or fifteen miles
I -Henry A.1 I/Tnnlc.. Tallahassee..It1iift rj.xv "ol'\T\ ".r'.ll'TII.llla. shine. Fort Iten
t { wiell'e! olf a very r wect odor, prow away from the Florida (Central 1L: lrolt.: I '''!,-((;,. mriil-( ieurge I'. llancy: Tall.iha ; dimity ,1"'IYf'-.I. T. Copel.iud: l, Orange A'fff'if nf' Tuns; -James M 1 (o\viiis" : ] ,

S over the oaks.: .Myrtle, !>wanii pines: and) have lidden through this and. could, but admire "" "ee. 1'ark. ]:I.id. Fla.: I r

i-crub} Inhe+, palmetto bushes and/ ferns the beautiful: timber: The country i is (;'ontlui.Ninnrr uf Lmulf-.-Hugh; A. ( '''.rtey. ( 'It'fl.--I o.) A Mttddingtoii) (Jreen ( '''\'(' hector,' nf 1'firn HI'-Nut. Po.xntz t Orl.iin: t,

help to make: up matter that!. covers: the better than I Maker fjr agri'-uttural purposesand Tallaha.+ rlnti",-cc.'mtt'iit 1'ul.l; ; Springs.) Fort."III".ld: ;, ; nf S.<.ltijuli.John" T Jie-"n-,
iijn uf ( Iunfiueliun-1.1 1 JFo.h'r. J\. ,'m'lv'rijl-taunts{/ = DeWitt, (Crccii; Cu\e Il I
ground. In these t hie l'ket"I' cypress! |1M 11111,* arc mm h) more thickly populated, and yet Tallaha..ee.'ljiit Springs.: ; It. '\\1 eufXTY.Jii'lii : .

I Ii scattered') about. These are alight) depressions there i is room for many moreettler*, and .1\ ,,iil-lnn'f/il-. .E. Yunge, Tallahassee .J.I wttw nf Tari*-Wm. (Conway, King.ley.Cillrit'ii'nf :, nf 1'r"tde-it.\\ Iiarri I -'u. )',Italk.

II where water collects and stands from lands) ran: !be' bought; thivip. It i is a good Ill U\I' UK IMMH.KXTIo.V./ Jcnn'ie'i s:. Plummcr, Ctrl;-\\'. I'. Forward, Palatka.
( 'itniiititftomr A. I'uhin-un: Tallahas'lrfk .
/ Mavville.Siiirrttitriiilritt. -/u ,
the rainy !season. The water is clear, of a range: llreatttealld, hogs. ,!r-'rhnrntiy'batty! .
I H'\ _
nf Si linnli/ -\I. F. (;leigcr) .//.r.I. S. Vt. Timnioiis.nf .
1 hrt'ly-like color without deposit, and the After Darbyxillo) comes indetruetiblenndpho : ( \\l.C.( Long, TallaIHl""I'l' Middleburg.I ; (hllt'r/I" Ittniinf-Joseph Price

ponds are safe to ride) through and, will not nix-like Halduin-named 1 fortheclcgaiit "",n'l-inl A'/cnt.( '-:Samuel. tai 1'1'allk... Astor cul.fMlilX ruf.NTY.dnnt r: Nutnri'd'.niiliiit nf I'ulilif .dJI.* ,1 I. \\'
I Ituil.ling; Jatksnnvillc i D.) :S.: Place. Waldo.
I bog or mire. During the winter and') pring I l'lItlclllallllll,1 1'kiiful'urgeun Dr. Maldwin, ; ; % >i ,fI"I.I. h','?. Jr.. IjikiCity.i.'lrrk -Iri'klal". .

the most t of thl.m,1ry up. : of Jacksonville (Haldwin is! at the junction! / sfi'ir..MK: : conrr. -John Yiiuant, Jr., Lake City.Slrrff TX I-Uts iijfNn.diitHtiiJintyc '.
of the (7+irf' '/ii-Hif-r./; ;. :1. lall.1all.: .Ju'kuuville..lr"ri'rtr.nNliceJ. -J. \\". Ferry. Lake (City. : -\\. ii Parker, Perry
llclwcen 01ii'!tee (and/ Sanderson, / the lumber Transit! and Florida Central railroad; .
.( ; ; \rl' ;- ttIr.Tanlahay, J.I Nn'Nu.r r,f 1i.rc.-L.. hirers: lake City. >;/i.fl-T; I 0 I a" () '(' ,
railroad: built and jMTated 1 by. Messrs'f Two good hotels) and a restaurant feed the see. (.Wirtiir ;;t' Tw*-.l. L. Parish! Lake City.SiiiHrinfci'iiIcnt .rlck-.lolll} I'. Calhoun.II'rr) .

Tall..1fl'rro.llIhll'r leads 1111' to the north, hungry From( lialdxxin for twenty miles I L.4.rr5rl r .I'I.//'r-I It.I: ]M. Van Pal ks'niiirgls; ; ; nfSi-fiiHih-Julill-Putsdamcr i : : :'I'ltrl.IISlw *-T. J.) Fralkil!

i .I t.) the Okefciiokec) Swamp; taking on the, the country is very poor, and all the timber .I:11'ksi oll vii' |J.'. .. Lake City. I "' .
('f/--( iI.1"'uter1'ullaha: ). +
'e. S.
timber cut along its route. It connects! with t,f halving and) vrus.lh" ells'; )ms. been cut! lifVXI. fOl'XTY.: 'nuiity 1i'I/.tl'I'-J. Sutton llIYlul.ul."rJ.
/ l'/lwtTr/ : JI 1'1" ,1:01. .', ( ) X. I'ox, .
( ( It"ly.l.oIr/-\1'Ihlia111.t. :McLean) .I\I'k.
the Florida Central, and,I thus the timber I is [/out the hand / ; I
J'iifl ( "unlit; -.\ II.III" }:. Ma\xx !.II, IVnsacola. !somille.Clerk ;1"f /fl'U'-
\ taken to .Iaek'I/II'illl'llIlIlthcl'c :sold) to mill From Lake: City to JaeksDuxiile this country : ) ; -Thomas! 1 J.::. Mm'kniaii.: Jaeksoiiille.! .I....,.<.."/ 11.(. -:. II I','a,-' Ik. I PerryST. .

men, who cut it up for orders This linn oilers a line sheep range: ) where large S"I'u",1 ('irrlrim'-I.m' ) \'1'I i 1 S.: Walker: ( Tallaha.s- ."1u'rsJ1-'riot( Mowden: Jaiksonville.Attwtf JOHN'S, Irll'STy: .

1 'had l a road extending into 1 trad ford enmity flocks could be f.-d I and kept f.t. Indeed) the ol'I''. i'f. Ttuut-.\. J. Prexatt. Jackson-: 1 'nit tit;i Jinttif! _\1 It. Cooper St..111gti-.
1'1,;,''l I' ';,' il J. Vann xille. .
( /( M.idisoii. I tine.
the of the timber. will feed herds, of
for drawing: country large cattle and
J Jl purpose away : r"iilltL'fnil( -Jamvs yl I. Maker, Jacksonxille. ; (. 'nllcitiiinf' HiiTnitc" Moses .1. HI'''\\'(II(, ( ;; F. Oliverus, :Augiistino
[ The timber i business has become uf very :sheep', for the range i is ;jjuod.: Jacksonville.SiijuiliitiHili'iit. '''Jld-.larl"lo( ( ,; / I: mun ",'rIll'l.: Augustine;

.rHn----trwmt mill i-filii.ililfi interest.n I_ _r''ra1liettvhrn_ nn. __ on ( 'tIuI.FM:" MIMMS. I'ifth lirruit-hunch" It.1)aw'kin J : ", (d'aincsMI ; (,'/' Silimih Alliert J. Ius-: .1.1',1'i T-I.i: L. 1"1 : M
: ,:. )
\'ill si.ll .In.'k.iint1Ilo11tntu.T"x
.\ liiu-:
the mill men cut their logs into IUIIIL'r..Ioallcol 1'II.r
Vessels and sent! it to New York to Tin: ClUIJI1' 1"81'11.. > ( ///-11. I. ylifehell'i'antpa: : UTNT:\ "1"1 UiffinnJoseph' t I.'. Llambi.isM.
1 !*i-icitlt, (.'; 'et-\V. Archer Coeke I : .
SanfunlC'oiirt .
/ ( Augustine.HIM
f be sold on I the market: very often breaking. Thetlfrii]\ horn, ays the :sy:-tem is one CnitiitiJiiili, /''-Henry J. :Stewart. .Lt-p'r. >" ) /, .....'
,, I.'lrl'I.--J. Caldwe.11. Jasj.er.Shffiff ,+ /1,1 nf! 'dUUIN-( F. I'erpallt..llesrl :
of the ,
/most pernicious exils which atllicl
l those engaged i in the businev. XuI I the : : thnms.
James M.
1 ('nl %iular.mr Duncan: Jasper.
buyers are coming to 1'lorida) !seeking the a ('OIlIIIlUllil '. It is tll'Irillll'IIt.lllllike to the .I J....(....
6 6t lumber merchant at hi-" /mill and), taking theinspector's interest of the Mllcr and, the Imxer. Mad; TIIHi; : < IKCVIT.J'ull tUtctuf% nf Ilercm'cII.[. H. Mel.1, ,1ml/,'-Henry $:. ( '1"idy. L 'e-,.bur-

( (count pay for I the? lumber as Ih.hl..l.a.1e'rlllltl 1 the foitunes of thousands :Santa: I llos.i: _::.1 1 Monday, in Od"I'I'.l1toll Columbia!. County.SujH'iliiti'H'li'nt; .IeL-'Iranly,1..... : Ixey, Lce'sburj
; :nf."'dt,1-.1 0"I ilia II. I Hub:, \ /" ,'!> -J. S. Iyches) I.ll-Imr: .
: of once merchants and \\ lib Monday in (.(ktuber.Holmes. .
:soon as it i is placed.in: the vessel and hill of prosperous A
: (i\\i.
crtAncruul.. I./ "t'1.r.- 1'rall, Webster.
left them in I I after 4th
hopelessly \Vednesday
j bankruptcy: and Monday
t I :T:! ; lading are 1 signed.; The pine trees of Florida large: debts have turned) thousands: ; from in Id llol'r.ra..biujtoll.. / llhUXXMNi euf.NTY.d'niitit ( l"lJ". 'i 'i'irniKJuhii' 1\'. Dyihe-s

constitute one uf its most: valuable: products' mansions: into hovel, and. clothed with rags \ :!.1\ Monday after Ith Monday .Jitilye-W. I.. Frier-on.' Mri>ok;: .<- Leesblirg.SiijufiiiUmlctit
iif Sthniilt-.1. (C. I 'Ial kl'
{I i ami will /many times:! pay fora. railroad) run- !backs: which have worn broidcloth and in Odul'l'r..l' xille. Mimterxille'.
7ilng through those Section camel's hair. .\ !s-ytem" which thus intpoverishes Jatksnltl: Mondav; [ : alter {lilt I"II'\! I in 1'1-rl-J.C. Law. Mrooksyjile.Shi'fi .
,' nil ela-ses result in October.lscjuihia.) :srw.NuI: : I'I'. TY.
: must general dotiroinn ]. L'. Micklrr.! Hn">".ksille..IwvornfTitseif .
The next town is :Sanderson: the county uf trade. and to the unixen'al/ injury 1: : Ist.Mouday in )Dcccml.cr.This ) { ; << --,Frank: C.Saxon; : : Mrooks.xilfc. fl'If.' ._}1. :\1 Hwkllf l.lxv
seat of Hakercounty. Sanderson was named 1 of people' Ail 1''lahli..IIIIIl'lIt! which aniendiHl: 1 section: 2! of act of \Ibruary Oak.'

after Colonel J. 1 P. Sanderson, the first! president has !illl.for\ uncertain promises until the I lo I. ls7; and does not ehange the i'lilli'itninf, 1//1""f.)1.! Toxviisciid (> rk- Itul.eit: A lie-id: Live Oak.

of the Florida, Central) Railroad, jmd l sheritrcan no longer resist the pressing' : inxi-i :Spring:I Term. 1 1 r"",k.\'ill I': . taboo to takexhat i> 1 left, is certainly never 1 1111:' uic/ fit. Snjiirlii/ciiifi-iit nf .o.d/s-ll.) I Thrasher! .l-miimiir nf Tufcn; \\ Ii Session'e: !
,Maker county was named: ) alter Judge! Maker. reckoned in its. insolvency a1 a part of the ,.J'r"I'; ; 7i'rul'I'aiI"r (Furt Ia) le. born. (

This county is :sparsely fettled, the lands: wealth of a community, and (a :store whose' )1st TIU'.IIIftt.t! 1 l-t Mondnx.' in 1nLr siuuut| : It l'lInn\. ( ii/Fm rt"r nf Jft'tentH'"Itubert: F. Allison
) !shelves are loaded x\ith inerchandi! "u among: .11,,1'iL Lixe Oak. -
but !
generally arc
poor (illlJ".1"fH.. I L.
a people) xxho-o extravagance) engendered/ Madison :iM: \ Monday in April.Hamilton Crane, Tampa.Cltrk ."I'c..j/'Ito of ':rhaurN-I. O, l'. Jones
j ji ji jt
:short crops' of corn, nioderatu crops ail'sea! and\ I loitered 1 hy the credit system: has lilt Monday in .Prism ( -Win. { Mrown Tampa.Sheriff t Ilak. .
island,) cotton and first. e-lass of sweetpotatoes. plunged I them into :-It. 1-uac (Craft: : :('anti(.
crops bankruptcy, willle'I'f/ Suxvance:: l I.t Monday" after 4th Monday! : \11.1'11 t 1''l'. T'UtI"Id'r.JaJ \ .
add /much to the of'itself .h <(#""/ nf 1l.I'l'1 Sparkman: lal"I'I.i.llt'f' : .
11'henthehamniIicntvpennc'1rice prosperity: :: or its in (
1 April.Coiumliia' II.
( Chandler. l Kntcrprise.
neighborhood.There ( ''''' and) peas: (l.) well, also !sugar-e-ane. The is never rcmarkaMc business ( :;.1 1"lIoIa,1'11'1'. ills Monday ."l'r141t./I."t nfSi'hU.JN-\1'.1'. I ten'ds'rau'fuupa. I .
any in April.Lilayttte. (
\largest interests in the county are those of activity in a hou>e, and the uf .''I'I'l'-.lhl 1Iickins, 1-:1I1'rlri\:
i mo-t I : (;Tuesday after Ith. Monday' .\. foul, Knt '
turpentine! and timber. S'UII'r people have always 'olldud.1 that the lackufentcrpric J : KSON.dtmiti .
) heavy : in April.lill .1, ,"-,+s'rUt' ftrN-Jnlul Kntirprise.
operators these arc in this! county. The In such n place, is because of its: 1'alll'I'a'lor .\ / Jmlijf-J. i M.; ('hrltk'lonticcllo.. Anderson,

11 labor I is done l by The farmers find) h.'ing; the. poor house. Money is a hlghh'11I.I.t..lr ; 1st Tuesday after )1st Monday: in >/(... /1-1'// '. II. :Simkins: Montici-llo. ( '(.// i negroes. /
) motive IMwl'r ill t Iril It'. 1 Hut the tld) t tuber. 'Ink-\\
t'I a ready bale: for their products in the village! credit system has a direct tendency eat up Madison, I'd Mondav! ill Oi tuber." SH''IfIt.,1....-\\". U. Taylor, ( .'-'5'/ll'ojN-.1. Cranshavv

\I' and turpentine and timber antis.i :SIn: b th money and mcrthandNc. It hai )pruliahly lIulliltlllltlh: ,n.tay. in October.Suwannee ) Jlanticella.t.iuitl Knterprise. !t :

,i : ( deron does u very good! ) with the not escaped: l the notice of t the observing bt )[lomlav. after -Ith Monday ( lII"-\\<< \". M. (iirardeau; Monticello. W.\"t'L.ll'N Tv'tlI
that there is in every community a class of in Octoher.Columbia. t \
1 tanners: of the county, also the hands" working ( Jinl'je-W. A. 1 merchants who strenuously ad\'.oe'atc credit ( ::111\ \ Moinlay .nl'r.lth Monday in dJIfifiifnf 1'iTfiitit'<< Jose-jih Palmer Monticellu. +, CraxvfeirdxiUe
l + (; t. in the dill'r cut t'aIllJl!!. This county 1 (is in preference to a cash system.! Tin's at firstSMjjht : Octolier.L'ifa.ettc/ S"cI'il-\ Walker, ('rawfurth'ille.

famous as peach: country. Many hundred looks remarkably'strange; ) but on sec : uth Tuesday after Jih. Monday Aw'f.inf nf r"J'nt-J. 1' 1rant; ham: Wanke'cnah. .' I:. Wllktr., o l'rwCoJlrj( .
oud, 1 Sitrrintfii'li'iit < I' .
thought it appears' in :entiiely diller- in Octoher. .rllH'I.- ) ral.
1 : crates were shipped the pist. !season to joints .
cut light. These men are not '. Crwfnl'il.
generally overconscientious J.t''I'TTIll'ST\
.t in ie'orgi.i!: :and tha: North-many going 1'ewYork to and they, KOl'KTII I'WITIT. 1i'l.'u/- \\'. 1\\'. Walker, Craw
j very truthfully argue >yiciTcfM- (.'niiiitiiJuilijf-\\'. J. Dixon) New 'fruv,. fordvillc.djllirlnrnf.
it :\ ; haing; the very carli"t'lIrletie's a man ur womanvill hay' more, St.: John'.sJd Tuesday! Man'h. s.W-T"lIlIa: ,+ J. Walker, New Troy.' II'ren.'r11'.11.'alkcr.
are much liable << I 'raw
more to buy hat'they ,
i1P the very bent prices were obtained l. This i is not need and will better" xx I Clay, 4th Tuesday )Iardl. L'lcrk-Hovxell!l Hawkins. New Troy. fordx'ille.

also u great honey market. The honey 1'isbrought the credit system t than\ if they. prices were under compelled Mradlord; l Tuesday in April.Maker. fiufieriiitenitttittifl.rlmuli-.'.e.1 tau' ncy, XexvTroy. Ait"r*"f nf Tufa C. L. H\It.l", Craw:
:2d:' Tue-sday iii April.Nassau. .
in from the Okefenokce
to l'aJa
; country, pay ; and I : : here is flr,1ril'
J where the :Tuesday in April.Duxal. ( 'inintif Trfiwiirrr/ :M. X. Pcacoek' New -
danger aiNcs.
where the of is
mo-t it
\ J gotten from wildheey Peuple' l'IIlIlml'tIId.l l .Tuesday. in May.rttl Troy.
d !! without knowing it, anti (l. F. AVIICV:
\ in the cypress trees livery; tree taken \ / T.I/I- (df/ .ct"I' lirvrmir ,
i them they bankrupt,: themselves' il'lhl'1':1; << nf -Xcwton Sapp, New
ill-. lIr"I the destruction of the swarm ; but they do i nut) they bankrupt' the trader. In St. John's -Jd) Tuesilay, in :September.Clay Troy.AMiwr I #
t' that Ii of event the 4th Tuesilay in Sr.l'h.lHbl.r. ( if /il.rrs-\ Ackley, New Troy. 4
f I no -'l'l\lIl'IIl'l'\: us there are manymore any stem has: a dim tendency
make ltraJf.'rd.I'lut'.dty( in Octoher.Maker \ .
to cver\b.dy! >orer.MILl'Olllt uu: i\ l'nl'ST\.
t 1I\\'Urtl.I't! of wild bees than people in |1M I :'d. TueNlay in Oetaln'r.a"ul.i.l I AND '

::4: ). th.lt'l'f)' sparely !settled) ('ollnlr)'. You \ : I Tuesday in Octolier.Duval. .(...,'oa"//o//-\\'III. 1'. Mvnl. Tallahasset'. Ll\'Jly Ho.HUIXCT.l.: ": .
IHtCKS.These .ht.d)1"1) Tallahasseerirk '.
< ,
\\1111"111111)) it very interesting to go on a bee Tue-sday in November : ( '.\ : : ? WAOOXS; :
I : duckxxhich JlI..III.ill.t -lA. Bryan Tallahassee.fin nm.f'XI
'I"f hunt with u professional: hunter with his constructednear 1 iimt/ IIKCIIT.fiju'iiig / ut'II'l.'I,,,../ and Train*
the entrance to it lilltll'.llIa\'I'I1. for the /wl' : -'II'II] I ry X. I-VI kel 1"tl'IJl'l :
bee bait It might, be of much /IIlflillh'r. accommodation of American' Unit of t'atsteamships : TrrsiSuttter Tallahassee. COXTUAtTS FOR II.11'LI1Ts'( ;
f'i; : :'Al I Monday in March.Marion /I/'lI'el'-J.<< l.. Demilly. Tallahasstv.nf ,
<. est" to you to extricate yourself from themorusse were itispectctl 1 on :Saturday: by F III\U: :
him Monday in March. .''ullt'clor "
represeiitatixi-siif Dock) ]H..a..el; including ( C' IVareeTalla- JIOItSFS i :
; :
and 1IA1N1
; > 'at.daItrlr! vines :$.
: revuhingthrough Putnam :!GI'1'ncsd.lyalter hassee. H'iUU
Sir Edward: J. 'lice: I, K.C(C.H., M.P., the 'hail' 4ll13lurldaviii: :
t I Ii I ;,; your store (.).,tll's. 1'hebee hunter man of the c The ( March.Levy. .11'\ +(:*.."fi!f T;im- :J. A. Crodme. Tallahasset" 1'11:' AND WA ;JOX?
t hetdynalobYt.u'! '. wah.r.1 trance 1/1' the mijuny. lIIa"'Ollrl'lI. Ith Tuesday after h Ith Monday illIan'h. : ti" .\:>' ; "
}.i; splits through the graving duck and of the lock iTllliee( and Mable-Fir-t
) Street >
\ the I ):"'\' "'l' '. oral
are >T\
among greatest works
of the
from tussock. kind in
I jumps to tussock, brushes the Brom lrct\S'harf
: Akuhua. \ !
the kingdom, I the whole Illsturtday'after 4tti Mondav' ; illIardl. W. .
I briars!<< aside and, in the language: of Itarlleyllartiebl of! them heing l\tuittjiJinl'tr- H.Sebring: Mroi-.Mm; -. -- 'V. '- -..\. .
f.tllIIh..llll"JJ\ 1'1"J'l'-J. M. -
\ solid ( -
( rock \\ huh, owing Hariri, Hrmsoii.Sheriff .
I / when asked: L how he got through to the natural dip of the strata, is in tail leas -J. S. Parker, Hronson. SaO""N and ''uuarc'.

the briar patches in his bare feet, said, he places: as much a> TO feet deep) from the flu.k :Sumter. 1st Monday l in (Oetoln-r.. .1"**';*<>r i' Marion, ::.1 1 Momlay in Octolier.Putnam .
"stumied the >oints nil'lUll) coping. The exivution of such work in ti Cntli-rdif vf R..rflUcf'-J. I Ira Cion'! Velar "'. I-.
t t' | ) w tnt; (In' they dal\ water has been a stupendous : ;Sd: Tuesday in No\ember. i { NTKKIITV.Second : : .
; did not bother him." This 1 K : operation. 4th Tuesday Noxcmher.Alachua ) "t'I
,r- to extending over a 1 long; period. The hole of of ."'haJN--Ji l M.: )!<-"dt'JJ. Street, 11l't"itl' the lV* ( .
bOO the primitive "Florida: ) Craeker1: I, this deep water tidal work however, /noxvcompleted l t.t M. nihay'atter Ith Tuesday) in hall, Mrunsun. t.01c

it /genuine, pure descvnt.-homespun I ami the i immense i iron "lIi""oll. X..n'lIIhl'r."I't' MXUlMiN
) punts.hntnl'lot'1111 e-e'l'NTY.
KM) fret : rll Kefir./
long, ia now in its
shirt ; (place ; the water
slouch IIf palmetto' hat is thus excluded from the dink area, and 1 the >/," /1111 /i'r/- (vu"/y.llIr-J 1 U. M. WithcrsjHion, Madison. -
: without co.u. ur t'\'-'t. astride) his h pony between remainder 1 the work will therefore he ex Orange: I Ith Monday( in January.Voliisia .

- r his cart-shafts, hent on u trade, with ecuted I in tho dry. Thisill enable an in : ::Gs 1 Monday in February.Mrevard. Sheriff. *:. 1 1. llunkin,>, Mail I',IJII.

: his load of honey, potatoes and cowhides ('fl'as''tIIU1"bl'r) of men to be employ! 1 and. Nt Monday in March. /Ye ri-John M. He-ggs, Madi.suu
r.m, and when takes him ; to work continuously without tidal interruption IkldeG1: ) Monday in April.full Siij'rintiti nf! .-';<7ii i/<-I II.: :S. Tyner, Jg f
one up fur a green}' The dt!cks have been thus far exe Tfriit- Madisuii.tiiitity.

I'F they will be greatly di".ip|>oiitcd.) \. 1'. cuted withuutuly financial tts4taucrtlhatrvrr : Orange, Monday in August.Volu ; \ 1'/Jll4rn'-O-: ::. :Smith: Madison.tUlector .

Willis gave it u' hit opinion that the Southern from the great; Western HaihmCOlli.- .ia, :!.I Monday in >eptembe'r. Itneitue<< -M. H. Warring; Mad)
pany' which alone \ Hrex-ard Ith Monday in I ison.
cracker rould! lay the Yankee proent has railway acces September. :
in time > to them. Other) !';Iih\ combinations i Hade. :.:'.1 I Moiulay in un'1I11Jt'f. .l(ri'eaior nf Tiuft-)H. D. \\'ttd':! \vurt h. Mad' -1YTo
shade every time in a trade He made a Iirsetmiringthe rattle are, )however under ison. yyu

I (trip through the :South: and) saw much that consideration, and wctirc informed, making t'ounl Om..t'r'ClU' IT" : I 't'xTY.l'ulut' .
s favorably, Impressed him with these people.The gtwul progress.; Tho size uf the priiu-ip.il' Juilif/ -7.. '1'. Crawford, Manatev
craving tlot-k IUII" .'L .\ "'f\TV.
; inferred l from the :
Clerk ItoU-rt
tact t '' S. irillith, Manatev.
of Sanderson does
imputation not evcjtxl t'nat it lia> burl e\cciiIe l around) the tire,! 14uudy J.ultr.-Junite". C. ianlncr, (taints' Sheriff-.\. :$. ,Watson line Level
I iI ; : 'fifty or sixty )WnKIUS. About mile Kittrn. .which xxas tl.,attxl from it a few ville.CV. .'lesN"r nf 7Vixi-S.: Tyler Mra.le'ntoxxnij :

cast 1 is the tine residence of the widow) of rition weeks!; u;: ). Design are in course of prep for :
line of .
XYOI'I; steamer of .
Colonel) iiirganus., Colonel' (turgauus was John W. Turner, ( ialiu' xillc. l'lIh.S"Jtri"Jm"t'ul
g vater ize and ei.l'tl! than even !time tfty uf Aufvw : :*.
largely vngageJ in the turpentine (busiiu-os, It'MI?. Aivk't un.I..rl.;.., which are the latent Hawthorne.Mltttur ttxa4eflrge1'.11awlhorne, ]tine tawl. Seward: ItOOFJXO W.\
and accuoudatttl large fortune. He had 1 and! finest developments of the thriv :
a priuci- vf ltoeuu#-ft. 1'. Thomas fiainesille. MVIUO.N eH'MV.rtty .
pal Trut3: : -.Itlantir lisu'+. It understood i PUMPS, DK1VKN: : : K"-
the misfortune to have u very !lino residencedestroyed tit the \ J, ,,". -Saiiiurl .'. w.I.
new line will IKS largely > >ii trii. ttxl Marshal Ovaht A lar/es t4H-k
uP<'ri.lt'lldf'f.1 &'bo.L--\V. X :-:I'ab.liaill'S"iIl ofSiuvw on '"'
\ a by fire" but btl.u n another and bet with Ameru-ini aj'ital\ London 7Yuia. I .. j 'krl''U.I''rt Uulud.. ('la. u luulI Ch
a ali
; \ ( tkala. .1. 'JIII| my j.ri< thU .
\I 11)hlU .&or elnelllstrt

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I p.; FLOUt. DA 11IiflRO1 : OfJTOHHH ', .).
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J 1881.
l\1rl'I.W: ui 1'111; SOIL. fish liotm-. 1 ltHh:1'C' my pond. well 3.OOO.

Tlll niitoroftlie I Petersburg ( Va.) ftnrnl stocked with with whitt'pl.rt'll.hook} and lino black: can, ha"Inn'and e'hoire, cattHi.and 2.1 to' .10( 1M3II: DAY (

11 .'/?' !'II\I! the Importance of It soundfjcM. li:"h on 111\' table every dIf: I want them\ 1
j than) !joMni \'je\\ln! regard:\
r.' Cti.'C\ lIoll'"+ at little of no e.xpen. They are h not only a .
of the I !soil
'I" Iih'I\I'.1101ll" overestimated surd! recuperation: Fnless; : tK.| farmer great luxury, but afford( line !poit to" lhii;'-e : : .\' Hi : M.\nit;: I'.v wing) (lie T I-I: :Ii:
be fond of anpiinp be CA1IWI.
,olnnt :\lllIhdlt made f\\lr'I'! I
: the ot' hi. :
."M'vear: \ Ittiti rear'lie l' l'rllp..lhl'lIl f"rlililr,, ho 1"1 ,considerable. ,' profit Kvory farmerth.it I

j 1111' surety. bv I losing ground'I, and I will I I I I1 : has springs running) water on his jirciuise -
hilt i !\ couldvith little trouble or expense
"4)Iy,)0nrr ..r later be.1 brought, to want I if I.1 he does I 1, ) build himself Very a pond) and raUe his I ACT I OT'OIrfc.UI5I.I .
The 1 native I
J Mead I Iris rractice. or Iwill.II' own l iHi. There I is no healthier diet than:
: ot' I land I.i is the country'* Vital. I
,f'rlilil\ good fresh fUli. and nothinp. be pioduecdso
I of t this land 1 : : can .I'Cil'i: :! .AM KOt'Kiii -
linll the 1 I Imrpovomont ; :
"reir'th. |
; i limply: In constructing a \pond it i isimporlunt'lo
*" :I t" nlxkeItdouily11rtrbly have: supplied\ \ with as pure
'* the 'nation'! power' in the marts: of the water as \possible, :and nothinp; will conduce nou % c. J.\'III \ tllil': MIRRORBeech
each Individual
rhl I+.alsotrueot : : ; this cud FLORIDA
j W',"rl'\'\ to sn well as springor running
iin.1 man who N t'lI.rag-11: Ill far1111ti\ !zz. sunfisjido
l,111 : !stream": Catfish; and the common\
tt 1/dfoli+, then, that exhaustion oflhe Very well in !stagnant Hater as will al+o
which is not, immediately replaced\ i" aVil : the ( ie'rman in hili it .
J! the vital forI'ot' ii Ii.1.11x11 carp tnu.My pOlld" game any part of (lie' country.'o IIHMII ,
:' .destroyin-of: fish such black bass, trout cte.\ 111111
as \ ; the 1 tort(
\ and national prosperity: null decline! and :are prepared; In h 1\I1)II..tl'ltt'
i : Hate living \\alt'r:1I111 it reasonably 'pure.
,? itli 11111+t he looked for, In proportion to '1',11111 which we might a.Illhat fish\ culture They are operated' by cither Man, \\lfll'!<(' orStrain .

tko ralo',, of that exhaustion.\ Mow impor-- ha its :ad vantages:: over irrain-raising in : ; 'Power, and bore very rapid.: \ Theyranjro

Ltnt (then, that farmer+ Illokn,1I to theirx11) that a fish l pond of an acre or two will furnish in !'oil.Ih'lIl TlIIM'.i: : : 1 INCH( TO II
aull.trive, not only to prevent deplebut food, ,
+ enough too a large family
: support ; : !, ami will bore to
FKF.r: : Iltl.lJhl''l'lhi I
to recuperation.In \ \
,, but \promote while it ivouiresaii :acre of corn to :supportA ,
the occupancy; of newly cleared: hunt "ifgleith, ,"ithwlful'at\v'rlvcntonti..11111' -- --- ,
,< a tendency to a ,great vvn"' !fo of the ; be ,
.I. ulthoiigh\ the yield of the. 'latter may; reasonably -
t' rill fertility, !until the owner discovers \ farce:: : yet the profit after deducting; AXY; 1ICt'IIUU: : IIIi''I'Ii1:
)hack' and needs
the land'is giving: ; reeii- 1
that : the roct pl.ixvimr.. harrowing) planting) ,
leralillL,;,, : Put then the work I is too' burdeumif tending, gatherim.: ) (husking) :and grinding: t isexceedingly II IIt

"" and, ten to one recuperation\ \ i, never ; "111111vhilr; from. the former
adequate! to the nooo!
mi. wivis I to !so cultivate :and crop ato food (too, i it! I is all agreeable; ; pastime to harvest. ,: rily 1 ill all kind. of Marti, :'ott; :Nand:: I amiLimestone
smietl.ing. t..> the fl'l'lililYI'I'.\' year: ,
,1,1 t Slate
P.iinminons\ Mone I Coal : ,
varena, ( i most wotnlerfullielper.il 1 hut\ the
inner will meet her cll'orts in jn-t the right hard\ I'an: ravcl.! Lava: : lluildors' :Serpentine .- -
i This he must I he mindful Tin: SKV: I'"Ltxu CKOIThe falling; ) oil' intinsea
,iIIit' md right way. t ami Conglomerate; 1'ocK: /ami g1I:1I'II1'I"ahl'
i island cotton ill this ction! I is
and l then t the work of crop\
do I hy year: ,
'tn iMiii year the tWiility of the soil" heeonicsnip.ir.itively from! .;,"> to Ill| per' e.-nt. 1'111i.e.tllctlt|' np'Hi( the Icod to the v.-rv. best \\VlNin (JuickS.iml. H

II (' ea\V: anl; iiiexpen-i\e. ThUxthi storm' ..I'a month. ago.) which togetherilli :: \. They are liuht-runiniijj.; ; !simple in V II C h'r
which oiijht he the ilroiilli ul'tle.' pest summer! tllr01uhoutlhrrounuy .lotrahle' aunt l n17 !
to ,
; truo course. :always: construction, easily" operate.
in and the ri-c in I b. eadinil's: !: die
land i in
e I 1r-'It .d where the : now flood; outlook for the- next vcai'toour' farmers:: i is :acknowledged; : as tin- best( ami most! practical; ; r 0

'' but$h/ a word, about reenperalion.\ How i i.. not very hriahi. The teiulency all along' bus lllI'ldllt'I'\lalll. They arc endorsed liy !some ..... r0)Y + N '
been' to devote too much attention. to the : Official"'e)( conlrart 1i11'IW'' hl'y' 'I 4 -
,tins to he attained? I'loujjliiinr under preen of Ih'ldhl'o.1Ial": ; : M H
raisin.; of cotton I'll' the neglect ,,1'1'1'0\ isimis, Id9 lIf V
of the and readiest (
.IMIW, i M our eheape'-t: fur pro-peeling i for dW:
methods and one that every fal'lIIl'rl'all; cmtilov and a ilcpeiidence! upon !paving) for grist t ;and -
bacon of the of the sale of thecotton'establisliod. dpi jI
: out I proceeds I !
!, It ou/ht\ to practiced! I extensivelytliroiiihout \ .... 1 l
the )length and, hreadth of ourLiinl \. This system! miirht:: work 0
; COAL.) \ (iOLH) \ SIIA'KU\ : :, ( '0\1.1111.( > .
all great
if fortunately. right::; as I"I", tineVas: a : !Surplus! : ;
for there i is nothing.superior: ; \- III6I;
; oI i iI
of i raided in other sections'hell
provisions : a
there i is anythimj\ preen to turn\ unilir. -
: :anl'Ve play: a.I,1, that there almo\ alnay."should could be purchased, at cheap rates! and a .\ :' AM./ KIM'S' MI.MKVI.\ : : ,.

he, at s-oinc time in the !va-oii good cotton crop produce the necessaryfunds1 8

it: least.: t In our recent :article headed\ "OatsamlKyc' ; but. as in the present! !' season: when ,Ii N III .. '

: J: we 1\le'llhlt: ( we I.\ll'Ii",1. : fair the provision crop tit mhout (lie country Also I'msinking Artesian; \Vclls and: 'oal F H

nat nil our !sn'ct! -hMtato \patch 11\' !'oilllI'lIwin.r \ }' i is short! and high:: prices rule, and the cotton :Shafts, \\VaNofiiriiNli: l Undines: ) ; \\lIlil.I
: falls short hy third half; the folly I I
lhl'1111'1'1 in ndvanccofthe crop' a or a
the Oall'llllllllll ) _
: WindMills.. lianas: Horse
Hydraulic :
which the of of !such a ruinous system! agriculture:: ismanifest. er.s
plough wsn dipping: ; : crop
pitatoe( ) ; \ +. That oats; made a splendiil preen A Icird s'eason; f( ,rW2: will beexperienced powers Mrii-k Machines, .Mining TooN) \Portahle. -

crop to turn under manure; in the !spring in this county, but if the Ie.:<- Forges Hook: Drill-*, :and Machinery: ] of .
son it will teach i is heeded our fanners will)
lid.Iall ala"a '
U'orkinp on \ we can :\ \ ( all kinds.j.Tifiiood,
pay more attention I to diversified; j !
under in erulls.1)\
to turn sprinp at a
a vcrv, preen small crop cost--never! greater than that ofarea that the failure! 'will not bring) the vvoll of ( active Agents vvanlci': ill'Y

oats or rye, and the simple i hreakinp of ..tariationvithif reach of their doors. country in I the world\ .

the land in the' fall: to turn under the seed.Another 1. UM'f'l U,'. ( ',) X, "'.4, ,\Idl', (':<"

method, of recuperation, says:\ our -
:BOOK .A.N"J: :)
contemporary! h ishy pasturmp, ;!; to sheep. And \PILL ( 'I'1'1'I1The: ; fall: !season i is a much
here lies one of the greatest benefits that better one for; taking; till'1'lttill'I than any I \WKSTKKX: : 3l.inil\KllV( : nllJ.IIEtIOT\ ) ,

many a farmer could,I derive from this I ani i. other, and there i is a large! number of \plants Ill \\'illnnttruel .

inch: Take any Held, in any condition thatit that can be bo propagated; : .I in this way. The

m may, happen to bo in. Put as many! sheep o. currant\ I, gooseberry' .|iiimv and I the !grape: \ SAINT LOF1S. MissOFUI.: 1' :S. A. ,
upon' it illsuurucra+ can: pet their living among; fruits ; and the piivet\ honeysuckles,
from its. aud.sliruhs. Let them :Mate; in what Paper\ you saw' 111i..
prass:\ pasture! wiegcla.; : forsytbia, mock-orange, and many:
it thorouphly three nnr" Kctnrn nothingto other thimrs I i among ornamental I shrubbery.Indeed .

the land exceptvllat the !sheep deposit in there are :Oil many things; among;

anitural way: : yet the land will advance these! hardy: \plants, etc. t Hint will !prow well w Sooa [
in fertility; a market I extent. in! this wa."al\ it i is much! easier:! to give the REp CULTVAnjfIN!

Hut vhuycoulinuetogive; \ methods\ ? The list. of the things! that will not :prow /from fall 1 I ISCND Jt ": JOB PRINTING HOUSE
enterprising' \ : farmer who will think is able cuttings rather: than the things that will.I f1

devise hid own plans and methods\ and. The grgtt! difficulty is I that: I they draw SEEDS I '

the tlil.lIor1111' <<1 'olll.lill.wlIlIl.I. not art the ground I by fr'eexing and tl'lwill' )!. To : g l R fuN BVTO
were we to advance a hundred 1.' can only avoid this (tic cuttings need not be "d t out al I r -"' At IL.
hope that one example of /good( farming once in the pronnd, bni they mayhclicd 1 into I' UE E: '''' H

here an.l there will eventually !lead nil to bundles cadi after its kind\, and bmied, [jkVID.lANI r .:.T1F.o: ( !S.

a :yultrldprnticrand! t then \poor farms will underground" \ till spi-ing.;: and then \put out in -- --- PHltA"
be the exception and not the rule. rows where thev are to II'I I Of coursetheymnst

I be loukcd! after early in th.-spring; r
Ij I SMALL I'Alt.MS. or the buds will !sprout and rot. In .sandy j $1 000 n.: \.ucn.
land or earth. that keepspnod! Imld! of lhliuuu-, Beech Street Opposite Egmont H.otel. .
j; A novel feature of the bulletin riot heretofore -
" attempted by the Census Idireau i is cuttings may bo put III at "Ill" ', My son, J.I J.I DH'KISON) ( : :( .II:.. was: murdered I

! the ascertainment of the II '"II Iter of farms I \( ; by a mob in tb.<. ton uf. Leesbnrg) .1-. .>. r .

clllli'atl11c'l'ral! \ % hy the owners, and ,hy, (Cm.\ic I tx HOUM-.K.[ : -.\ correspondent! .if the, :Sumier; County', Florida, o-i ,Hi" inorninir/ of
tenants at a fixed rental or for share of' (icrmantown ( Pa.) 'Ttlfiii-nji/i writes : 'M'njic.I I the I I.IIi of July last. I till pay n reward: ,

trop. The table Ii given below with the in horses always comes/ on .suddenly, and i is of ONF.) : TIl01') -,\ '-'II> \H'll.l.MiS: ( : fr the

, addition of,0Crcent, tapes of each chars of farms very dangerous.! It I is ;a"llikl.I\'llI attack be I I I :I1'1'1''I..r{ tbmn. (Irer''. \\ ";'i oi-" 'lit' to convict t

i us compared with the whole unrulier animal away from\ home, on lie road/ and them.
; .I .I II'i! I'ISOSv I ;
here medics cannot be hail as at home.
KVKMS (I'CI'I'aBy :\). .
\II .o .I t hit; .' !
Animals while ill harness! I baulingprainto 111
On Fixed;I s.iy ; :
market if HtllH''I'IIjl't' down and not un- VERNANDTNAFLOltIDA.: I
OWIIC +. Mental.: :Shares.No. : : .
frequently( \ dil Have had' some cxpcrio: \ ee -
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NoA in such (cases! have never Used any kind of

p.e. ... p.e. No. p.r. medicine, and have never had a fatal; ) THE MOST I
.\lahlll1a.I.: : : ) .V:! :!:!. ss; I 17 1IIIHl1I' : norofethat "
has lasted: over half hour.
ArkansasjM.l'H: HI!t an -- or-Aui- '-- v
!H.l\fl! \ 17 tH.L'7ii! (I
While the horse i is down
and if be
( tI"l'slllll
Florida, .Kt.llH( ,'I.I lS I.' ::1.fil{ ;;)_ IP ,
(;Jeurpi.i: ...712x< .->l .".> 1S.V l.'t: 4'Uilh: :32 lay clown pet him down ) on his !side ; as .
.. boon as \possible get behind. him and beginvigorously ...._..... ...."f- "
:So." Ca .....11ttroll 2IUJ7! :23;l 2i'l; ; Ii 27 Is tf e -- .-- ''
to knead his I stomach between the 1'j' '. '.
South Carolina has fewer farms occupied short ribs and (Ito hind \leg;!; with the double I ,'",' "

by owners than any other -tlll('. the number lists; exactly as if kneading; bread and dip; CNT UNNINC '. '
reaching just\ ono-half; the total. Arkansas in pretty hard.. Almo-ainstantly it wiP give /
/( .
and I Florida have I the largest:! percentageso him relief; in mo.-t; cases nip will \pass from ,. ',' .

conducted the number being. ; tit!) pir cent. the bowels, anal in five minutes or less the If ,. """"1.
.f the whole in such of these states. nou thi horse will\ pet up\ cured.\ ", '
tlml'olhl'| number hl'in.ta; : per 1'111.01" I

the, whole '* TIlt iUestionlit | \ WItKCKS! OX Till! VLORllt.i COAST, :SKILLED; I : ) WOltKMKN'vvhn: ;: : know how to use tilt MIIU, vvivare mnvprepared

the relative value to a !state tit'lI1all The necessity of impnivinp the harhors
; '
l f.irms: and largo plantations i is one on which the
along of
coat Florida i is
cmphaiyod' 1 do\
bv to
different view an'lll'll. and I there is slrenpth I the number of vessels o rl'I"'lIlh'H'kl'tll I in \ \ any and every kind. of \printing.,

.. ",- in the \plea that the small: farmer cannot this quarter. inosf.f them trying\ ; to make .

hold his own sixain the large planter\ who some one of the! harbors a:* a IM.rI| of snfotv.' .
"an fertilize highly, drain tboroupblv) and From October( 1-1 to the Pith t there wore five

USD J labor-saving inacbincry lil orullv. Hilt I I vessel* u ,'k.IIt/1\ the 1'hurhlal'1.a-t. Theschooner gE i .
the !small' fanner works bimself and his .l .
I I MtiymJm was lost nil'iI. Angus.; 142V
family belp.' him. :and the great point is thi. : tine, October 1st ; '1'11111":01'1.1.01'1011'1': / title I .. .
one should frer .
tpactacrnrtlingl'to the
sloop was wrecked nt Mosquito .
Ills in, .in- and his conception of bis interest. I Inlet ; the sans day the American bark .tl-
:our: II f.lrlll""- will drop out if they cannot Li?'e went ashore near Fernamlina and the

in 11, ::1\I : "_- The stutninnot interfere: I brig / 1/,111/,1 ar Augii-tinc.: ; and II" the SIf rJG ,

'H' ,r11ItgIIi., : -, i.r iiiini iking) laws; : |nth( the brig /'<) /, r : 'ftm ; i'i, til.' doliliinof WilhllUI.I''j:
; Iii' \' din:(. TIIl'O:1.: Johns bar docs not m ,
''loin' III'si ,"lt 11.| Carolina I hiiiallfarm< are the this list and we mi.;ht make this an 111'11' u9\
i rde \.1' die d.t)', and tbere h is no indication, I"Itill' saying; "..IIH' few favorable; things Sti" 1
)I U -iurn t. the ways of the times when I In regard: to our but
th, I OWIl"lrt.i we roi-ogni:
: > 'r' r": wtiv many and the owners fi-w. : tile fact that hcu i is not ti harbor on thecoils'

Iho .cr. ,\viIig; h prosjK-rity of the ::0: tlllh. I, of FI'lrithai\; i is mt Mi"ccptibj\ .d.(
during tin past ilct-ude. hat l I' ..I'fn"IIII'1I1
sifbjeet '
oen a < great improvement : not one tint cannot be
and wondering! comment by: the mall better and more easy of cutrulrin 7'frEgUgl ,
I're>s nf the N'ortliern startbut; the JM.SSJ.bihties bad weather. That it i i.. talc duty of the Ii I IH.
(>f the /Mouth in the i Ii
future in
the general
government: to improve tllI1II111 tie .
i flw .Ycatlj and ( ,
way advancement and IIH 'h1'up us uu> (lllic> in I'loriilti. '
;growth, iniijricultnral full extent of th,-ir (cnp.-ulty receive np- 1o I ;
mid maniifucturiiig! indiMruart -, pcarsfMin the nnmlur, of'visscU ainma!!!,.. ALWAYS ,
a- yet swtrcely allu.t.-CI."rl'fm! -N* -
\ .
( nrami wrl'l'k''t14l11l1l;( this ('01..1. and the ccriuintv: .ty
< ul'jvr. that if these Jiarbors ORernL7ST "t ''''
were of more eis-. .'11. om ;; .' '" ;
trance and ;greater tb of water m.-iiiv. .,1'( I ; ,. ". .1.;: .,
." ,
FISH I'OMtS. tiat Iti..a..tt.J"o i vvuiiM! nverttsl. l, '.it.;r.' i : .;
.\ The work! ..t) the :St. Johns # :'f- ; "
writer i in i lit* 1.tI'H f ibiisptak.of) and I Fcrm.ndi-: .h. ''1 ; -
Itl'l i li-li jmnd : "S''111'. jt-nrsagi I ,'..Ilt'd",1 nabirsiprogressing: i \ ; ; and will in. II.Iltt1t I, LIFETIME : < -:':,,' ,. ? _....:;,I.(,., "
the HUM of continued tbcgovcriiinciii'r01 .II..1i -
, raising h'h in an artificial j\lIlIti. I tlllcompteii .
otli i for <-\\\i i but the mne.,itit.-of ('., 'demand that SURPASSES BOTHERS
my amiiM-nu-nt nnd' ;<.s a \ ) .
ury t.ir my uil.li' I t.' ')iriuteil, u IM.Iid| C'IVrriela1Mtllt Il\x.1- I the Hl.propriiitlon! fir tbe' llnproveiiiili'and \ -. ;": ,,; ?!' ?-. ,.

1\\11 ;.icre.of. ground hv Hirowuiy : \ particularlv' for the !Nt J,>hn.. hnr. "shmild! ) o1nSol lrUPk&go.[ \. {\,' ,',- ., ',., "'<, ..
bo lilwr.i! llnif the '
: up mi cnihaiikmeiit across tbthe.id o1'i w> ; Work Ian IKpllsbeil\ tn .
1 x.iI. ; 'I' "
'm-ii' M 'w in wbicti wererK'Vtral. "\prngir..ni ; -, .completion. ui the,very 1'.lrlil'.t! 1I"IItH'II' |1" -. 30 UNION SQ.NEW YORK 10
u inmy, ) j-.nd wa f.sl w ill "- 1'.Ir. .j.-/llcl.'IIO..ill.| I 'era.Fool' ; ,

".'i,i,, >' t-r alt the (time i.i tliv depth t>t from bHICAGO -- e : .t Iotl'6Mt'u'1yournrtler+ for I'ltl.NTINU J 1IINIM.VU and| IU' I.I\U t.} (.cs out. ,

the l ..-"|IM.InhMtoelal" ;iitlcet!; l with Tlwllt'xtJllillJwa..t"J"t.I'Jolralle ti.b,, which: .\ iK*>Ir.tblit" rt>idencenear J:,.""II". ;ts'cntI. Mrrt., i 9 ORANGE MASS. I ..i.I., Ilmfu.ttc.
I .Ktii *u o-e bid, in doinp by im! It..ur u C.'lItre.1'1,1>' It, I ,4'f
M.-IIU' ,is. a : r.llltil/ \
JOHN IItlM.E.i.J ;: ; <, 1' .V 31 I 1C < /lt
taut, 1411111 tew .
Iu'tLarrdi, tn ,inivrr the "Hf( Itailrtwl/tlh't 1'i:1'1,1; : -: :, ',, : -
.i \ --0 ";::;!{" ;
:: \\\'lIihloJll; : .. \tl"It., I ;.6 IIiJ ; :,
'.I 1"E1s: \" "ix.full .\;..'':,.




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I .
r THE FLORIDA MIRROR streets in which, railway: trains are allowed 0"(1\(1 Jury 1'res ntmcntn. I (LE \IFI'. .. \.\'r.h.'IHe'II.. ..
-- ---- -- -- -- --
to put down their tracks.! It i is simply! nn TV the IfvHorubk (Circuit Cvurt fur A"uu Oct 2J-!HrilMi\ bark llutli Topping.! Truit,

expedient to gel n cheap. right; of way. It (\iunty I Montevideo.I A ,'.\ III.Sf'IIOOf.. <>\ Till| ,, ;

1."} .1 n.1: J: ; 1!)1/IO J'u1.YLt JIOXTIIX.11eJ1ecdlo1le. seetllsai' though some I'e"plc'--'thollglll loo In concluding our labors a? trand Jurors: 24 -:S. P. City of Mridgeton, Fit/gcrald, S..'. JOHN'S.K .
,. -- much. could not be given nut of the public for the fall t''rlll"C Ihsl l llIC the Circuit\ Court 'I :27S.! :s. \\ t-tern Texas i Risk, New ; ST. JOHN'S: }FAMILY) M I ''|11"|< ,

property to railways whit** ns il\.1i\'lotll\l"l\ : for :Nav'ail! county' we beg le'the to present! York. 1' cast !side of the. :M. John'- nior : \', .

1 I\ they give very little.. tlii our final 1 h.ri':'vulnlent.1'e see no reason I 27--s. I'. City Point, Creasc-r.( Charleston. the not l 1 attractive plaeis: up, u, i I1 i ,
The *I'Ie! o7Xra", one of the best steamers 1 will open (October :"': h. undi-r t.i! ,
of the Mallory Line, left New York on Our :St. Mnry's eorresjiondcnt! mentions to waHeour own time: old that of the .. 2s-.=s. I'.l'll.\'rof P.ridgcton' Fitzgerald, instruction of 1 Iiv..l.! H. .\InB'i\ ,, .

Friday for 1\.rtI\llIlin\-her: : first trip to thiport. projected rn-w line which, if carried' out Court in preparing and rending; n lengthy :Savannah.: ht lnIt'l.: .\ I pleasant I home ami thstruct < ,
that such. I ion. Session of :a!_' weekAildress .
would appear to>> be! the nearest loan air-linc rah"'rt, believing, pre-cntrnents is I TOUT.liark t : '
} f other than tuber I Iti.v. J. JI I\'I-.I|;>
serve no purpose to ('I1 the
of the routes leading to the
The Milieu of :Secretary: of the :.Donate lia of any ; l/rlll'l I : Nonpareil' (til,"". Ho: ton*. I'i' Flol'Cll1'l''t.: John. (I. j,
tiloN of the the
Hart's lloadia: :St. Mary'.i and\. discharged
From -
t been temporarily filled by the election of Mark Alice Campbell, l-.aton 42l! sons.
c-Iicfdcrk the motion ling to )Eden:, on the Central road: would, j duties! with a proper appreciation of the reSpnuslhil'ttic" Mark F-ko ( llu-. )I..Ihrlmn4 i i.
} tile
Mr. Shober upon!
l sad I ) Mark: Tar ( Itr.1.> Felkin 717 tons.ISarkentine .
we !should) suppose, !fdiorlen the distance: between re'tiiig upon u lane endwivored : Uoyal ,
of Mr. ]I'Mmunds.Kev. : ) to arrive at voiiclusions in all Mn-cotte. Hulkl('" (i2":! "
ju-t \ TFF: : DAY) AITKHNOdN.: ,
tut' Jacksonville and Savannah: : omc/\ j jthirtyCue I "I
I S., will in the Presbyterian Markettine! i H. !lietz.Col'lin) <*. | s7toii O October) .
preach o'clock. ( I 12th.I the
II. : Yergor! matters' pri'M-nted 1Iilr our coiisidrrutioii. : amt| i'- .
mile I I .
or forty !* i Mrig: ; EIIIIr, ( ) :McKtinia.: 114 ton. .
will a I : ( Foil( : D.\N( ,
Services at open 'I\"
church to-morrow. f
on It been gratifyimr to us to' observe that '
'- Seh. PaloLldrid.e. 2-VI ton"'
I 11 I o'clock! a. in. and 1 at 7J! o'clock p. HI. All) 1Jl'fl1t'---/U; (' Mrtirlirc.In : I our county is exceptionally' free from crime. I :Sch.:, :Meiihen" \Mennctt: lioiijhi21"" tonSch. -. children will In- given the every Lyicum Tuesday Hall. ami In.-: ;I''1 F, _
sire; invited to attend the death; of Judge, Mciichec[ : Florida\ i Our olllcers have, so far as we have been : I ',. II. !1'111"1'IIl1rl'r.:: :at1! tuns.!" afternoons. ',1\
:-I'I.:. !, Silas: (.'. Kvans: : :-:ylilltll.'I: : tons.MK.MOKMI .
The I'hrili it/flutter hails from the city loses one of the 11I0 valuable of )her old : abbto), learn discharged. their duties taitli-! : ,/T'- TcrlnstiraemceedI21! I : L".. ,H. N I.

t of New York. It M replete with Florida, citizens who has! long been hide-milled I with I fully :and the :wvi-ral) county otlice visited' \. MK-: 1 F. ]IS.: LIVINi-tTn.\( ,
i' news arid, makes: an interesting ni'inn' from the State and has held position* of trust and. j we /find to be in a sitNfactory/ condition.' l'U..II\'I"M from New York per steamhipWntirit \ / T. ,

the )-'lori.,1ital\ : !' paper. honor. lie was a /gentleman: of the old ) The countyjail: we find/ in .1 fair condition.excepting Trfrt. October, i'( 'II King, C \\ i\'l'r. 1'1' Savage.wife ; .
The /fall: Circuit; Courts arc now being Ill.ld11..1 school, 1iij'h-tuin-d honorable generou" yomeslight repair. They arc/ alco and irlf: tit. Arthur Itoddy.: F O Hubbard. -
spirited num. lie w \"n leader lunch. in 'H"'llof which -hoiild, SntlilT. .n Ut1I1f:1I S'IICHH",
to note that the criminal Always public a g'o'J.11:11. : '. Frank AdamWin : Mr and 1
\ we are Mnall and the offences' in the :advancement the interest 'und\ be fnrnihed.We i :Mis :S: S Thomas; John Yates, Aaron :Miiith, :>T. MAKY'S.: :: ( ; JCIr,1.\: |: |
dockets are. wry Mrs. F I Wellman: and :X childri.ii. (OL-o: WWhitney.
h : : "
: .
prosperity ,1'1111' :State and guc.down to the find I hut there has been a louse! riuin-
of cbnraeter. rniii/ : IXIUCISF.S: : : TIMJL -. ,
charged generally a light l J 1 D Wattle*. "Calvin Oak.Ii: .- ; tI.( "
611 week has been harming graveit Ii the sincere: respect of bis fellowliticn her' of di-pening' : justice in city alT'airs. the II' Kerr .I'K M.iore. P A Collin. K I; L'eyn: ..IdMeplnn ,-. will I I be resumed the Ii I'-t M i I"" l I
The weather the pit\ : : f : who have al wayheld character dt 'eh't k having) !been i in tbf habit of t i,..u- : \ / Yori-and wife, Thomas: Marhall.Ilfnry ;' : :September\ I l 10\--\: I Thorough& & pnpuiI'.oYS \ i -
I( 1 -bright; clear days: and cool plea-ant i Jndd. Hubert: :Mithcrlaml.! I'-terSul-: h:( :; .and, ( ;MIJLS: : for the heel (1..1! '
in the highest! cMccin. ''II'a I'I'll II 1-: and !ubpo:nas without authority.
iI tw night.s. Our" new-corners cannot/ fail to be !livan! J \\' ) )lrllI'\'. ThoinaDclture), .1 I: ( :corgi uuaranti-ed.

1ia ple.ned with the temperature and bright, TiniTiiU ('011 ,.". I K right, J H Poore.: wife and :2 children.!I llis'( j For; ( Circ'ilar" :address
\rl/tU\/ school W. "C. WIJK.IITI' : /
(' examined the "uUIII\'uJ.I! Fl" l'nute. J II Kochlr-rund wife. Mrs ValIcndar. -
ninny autumn days. The ti.III1WillPlltl'IJI'I'! were/ imposed\! by board treasurer' accounts, and,, find them, i .\ [Muiilton Mart; (Gel J M: ( ; irover. I Prin.f i Ill|.
There i-4:1: great local demand fur lumber Judge; Baker upon' parties convicted at the satisfactory.\ also find, the! school luni-es I' Keith Frank Peilly.V: ( ;ray and wife, A -- -- --- -- --

for building purposes throughout; the i interior. a i term r>[ the Naau "Circuit Court which hasjut J Pierce. J I' io-.iy; : Mr-: .1 i Tripp and :! children l 1 1 -JlE.\HlL\lrnl-] : ::: I:
ill fair condition.We .
Charles! N [IJnmons: 'ico ( If
\ js\vix: <; :.iiAS'iii.Mis.: OILS
\ to closed.State .
I II The IICco.ucr generally have also examined( tin- county dc'I! (.- I. I)\\' ).dll. Luui,1'I\\'' CliarleDCoriiih( II
I put 111 comfortable' framed. re.-idcnecs: / in lieu :: vs. George North, (colored'. ) : I bn.ukirig bucks and find them correct aural\ nt'Itlykept \ FSteap.: if[ lsIIhyultanddne.pter.llrll'inrll.| I J.I."U.11.1: CIIMKMAMI: I 1 J'\ii-;

II of I the log house' of former times. into and entering a building: with intent I Mine( AnnaCincll.. Mrs Charles! Hovt. Mi"" J TilE! )IIOFM-MIOLD.: NFAV: Ho.Mi-;
I to commit larceny/ four in penitentiary. I Hor. .('\'. Mr and llrs1' .1/ YOIIIILT :and: son. IHI) Ih! ET1t.1EII.: ( : : :>iNitii[ : :;.
The number of visitors\ to the Atlanta ( ; years We extend thanks to the :State:: solicitor I 'aptain .\ H Criprien. Mr( A \N'right. ; and 1 'III( '.\( (( ) :MNOF.lt: ( : :. 1-, ,

I Imposition: is now increasing daily, and and! the honorable, c..llIl'lfo"" their attention 2! children llrsI' 11 :Spear and child.,l DMcndoa ) Ivery: lady :should cxaniinc: / ( into the me
I may be expected to continue large to the :-'tllt''S.! /Itoinan: Cribb (colored) : a ault : and! siwtrtiice. M I Horncr. J Kaufmann, .\ I ll\an.. its of! the' ijuiet. light; II II ill:;: "I hut) -i.imi.u
I fine of SxiO and) N :Snyder: J Schcer: '(' For-ter, It PincuLudwig -, J/ before .
lost-of the KxpoMtion: \ which, it !iv understood \ costs-paid. I*,mil Wr.sui, Foreman.Attet I'"nlw.il1;;: a :Sewing: Machine
C'rook. ( :ieo I'oehr:. .las \Doiv.'la-) !F 1 Itiilllei-: llenuucrs1'uckeri'furk FolderLace
:State vs. (Charles: Newman: (colored ) ; aggravated -
of : (C. A. :No YE.Clerk.: .
I will he the 1-t January. C Pratt and I wife, (ChaLundaieii.: ; Uichard \ : and. Attachments' ; (Oti>' piit|:
1 assault line of ..ill HI' :and costs 1 -
)Ir. \\'. X. Thompson has hown us a very I ; < Trudcman.: S.I FI'-t,1I. Reid: :'allllH'llIra\' i-r-s : Young'Andrew: -', :and MagicPlaitcrs [: ;
I paid. .\'tJ''', from/ ,;1. .11ru.1/ ton, M[ Hickv, wife/and i : I -un.I'Jnln'nnand( I ( & I ; Tracing WheelTape

I peculiar orange, grown by .\. Kicheiberger, State \s. Thomas lSrigg. (white) : larceny ; To the Ivlltiir of the Mirror : wife, W II ISeiini-: ;. LoKoy: 1 IS: 'I'pctnpsnn.luv' Mea-ures', Machine IJolts,

I Kl.: at Ocala. It i is a very light yellow, guilty :Sentence: suspended i in :Sr.: M.MtvV. ( i\, (October" '_N 1 i--i.; Mather[ :Samuel: ( 'oht! 'tl. 'Thos1'; Itoberts: I I Ilias:! t Cutters ; \4heelrr.kCVlson
utediunl, -sized! and' striped in/ light stripesvertically. consequenceof ) Chandler 1 : ( i W Clark, Thos Nooney.Pasentrers Ola...es, ltrii-h I I'ad-I 1 ISobbins: and.1
I with fiirni-li
the/ 1 bad health of the prisoner.In will your con-cnt. an occasional Yorl.-.li.III.
., It is said to he a superior h l to New :Sunderlaml WiciichcMnitllcs; : & IS.ibbinNeeilli: : -
? r 1; t t'd very the case of \\'. A. :-Sanborn. County ( letter from this ,section which contiibutesso / ( 'tll GetnctlV( VanlSu-kirk.. H ,C Thread. Cutters, (Check! and Feed :Sl.riugetc:

orange.; of Nassau: a mandamus was 5-+ucd! to thecounty largely the "rapidlyiuerea'ing Atwater! :I trs (C' Power, F.: 'SehonkopofVandwife I- '"Agent for I: : J..:. Hulloricli tV: <'o'sPatterns .

'd 'lyM ( The Yorktown celebration being over, the, : : commissioners ti levy a tax to liu-ine-s of your growing city. W A Day ]H( Ol-i'.,", .\ M I Farran.Cargo and Publicationsml/ : stew midre.s -
pay .
I of Meaux' Western 7V.r I Atlanta Exposition; now holds the field as said :+all"ol'lIhc\ sum of $::,ooo, the amount The lumber buaine-s of the :'1. Mary's! isincreain \ lrk-,I)1!) bales cotton. .*iO. packages inerehandic i ion :-11I't'b-fr

M I t the supreme object of interest. It will bring of indcbtidncss due him by said county. every month. (Our) mills are : .'::barrels;:\ rosin, 12s! barrelspirit14S -*. I F.:, 11. .-(OFIKI.l' ).

\ ,'-; tens thousand, of pv-Mlple to a better knowledge In the IJIKI warrunto cane of Falider et al.v.s. 'pour iille. and. our\ wharveare; always occupieii :\ empty beer kegs!!, (VJ' packages bide ,l2-ini:! (; sl l W. ISay: :St..larl; ,-nuyillr. Fa,

j of the :South; its social condition/ and I by ve.teiof large 'tonnage./ The
':J C. .\ Haley (.t al.. Mayor[ etc., in which/ : ; ---

\ ; ;its value. the writ of quo V'fI'I'UlIlu'ai awarded: .1 by :South American trado is; perhaps l.irg'-rthan 1)UY GOODS.; BUY iOOJS.

The .steamhip'fttrm}\ Tuciif, of the )Iulor Judge.\ JI.lkCr,1\1I appeal] ] has been taken to any :South: Atlanticeaport' ill |iroioiiion'| to

] lane, came in Oil Tuesday, from New- the Supreme Court\ and\ a bond) filed! in the tin: number, of our mill-

York, with I IK) passengers and! a very heavyfreight. .sum\ ofJunction$34N). __ _.__ ,_ The Mramiler7'nr: / ,, lately plying between\ J. & T.Hae YDD
;,; The Mallory lane, from its directness u. our porti t and.. I the upper St. Mary's' and
Ire timl theAtlantic.
; :' i iJ cheapness and comfort, will receive avery of JllHJ.llHH1JlPI. which. performed' : the service, so .*alifaetorily. -
neil'cd.un.l, will continue receive of
to largo
1 .. : :shipments
J lI\a..lw.. been Isith lrilvnaud
J large patronage this winter. you art!
I i Tu tir Kditur f: the Mirror: 1
The t'litfili Jls/iiutlivn: a newspaper! published :Sr.; M .\n\#,
\ ,. I under the auspice of the State Park It is with extreme! satisfaction( ) I call\ your service very ucvrptably.: Thiline is a \ery NEWT: LI & WINTER GOODS.

:, Association Ism been! n.ech'IThe\ Krm attention to the accompanying. ; article for great convenience to all, and every one is
ot. anxious to )lia\c it ---
J .. ': titjn; contains valuable information, with list \\a..I'lllIIo. from/ New Tusk (marked :special' ). pro-per. .
,', Fair Our canal we hope' to hale: constructed,\ in OFIl l..11tlSA i I? LiS; t'lIabll'IS to offer t these Gaud: at such .
v' nf premiums to be given at the State to From many sources I learn that the tide of : : : IIIprit't'I: as eaunt..tfuil

be held at Jacksonville; :\ on 21-t I Febrnavy, outbound Western!: commerce: : U irresistibly", time, but our great need at this time is a : to attract those: who want Ih'linhlt.1'; )( ) :; I..OW I'ricc.s. (Our) lines of
with the railroad! of the
\ \:! turning to its /natural outlet vithe: )Ii.-,; connecting' sy.-teni

\ 1882.Tho meetings of Amelia/ Lodge and Nassau ", isoil'I'1'ullty: all'its\ tributaries, to the! sea, cutttiiry'.Ilrearly, : then" are several talked-of: Dress floods Domestic Goods
projected lines, ande.. coniideiitly expect' ,
Chapter will bereat'tcbe held. in their whereby the products' of I twenty-two states
that one of! themill /reach: our hurdelearly. '"
new ball, third story of }Downey's) building, all.lll'nilor-ie": be borno/ to or from the I I :Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Notions,

Thiril and ( 'cill re11''l.tl.. A regular communlcatioii seaboard. at a cost or" ,tillll'" compared: to .
1 1 Dame: Humor: '\ gives: information of a new
] Goods
of the lodge will beheld. Monday { dollars\ and to the great! enrichment of alleta"es Housekeeping ,
/raihruad I amill.ination. which will t add another
\ .' \ evening 'next and a convocation/ of the of our countrymen, whether. theyle!
:1 I to ; .mising State from Cloths Cassimercs
: thoroughfare your pr' Clothing
h.lph.r"l"lm'y\: evening.The agricultural I or mechanic, consumers or producers. ,
'I 11 t the North, lo! >t and Wc-t. The suggested

; )i III press of the State "l''oll'I'll little lino is from. .\ Hart's Uoad: /: :Station: nn your Hats, Caps, Boots and Sloes
The/ writer in that article truly5iys :
\ i r pace to" politics that it will be difficult foru )Fernandina: and\ Ceilar Key road: to a point
II:\ II New York owes iupic.scnt/ po-ilioii to I the Gent IClncn's Goods
i new comer tull'llllllleh about the political: on ( :Scoria'- ;great ,road.: ncurthie !station of Furnishing' ,
circumstances of the Mudonrherand
: paThe!
\ complcMon. Wu have the good! I sense in IvKn! \ sterling; on the Macon[ ,t l ISruns-

11 f. Florida to consider our local and State: interTe the Erie canal gave New York IIwatl'r wick, Walthonrville;\ or Fleming\ ; on the will be found/ complete and", attractive, and will repay} inspection' before pnrcha-ini: \: oordering I
communication with the lakis
1 t .I I "ts as of l greater I importance l t than; I the l great ", :Savannah: : Florida .Western.: : This line is t elsewhere.
::11\111'0 with the grain fields of (lie West
It <(iiarrcl.s.. of the Stalwarts; and llalf-ISrecds. the shurti-s and, /nxi.-t direi! t from' and.! to all
1 Tammany and Irving Hall. Immigrants etc! etc Let cheerfully admit the truth !points!! in your :State, and lgill bo bailed with: New York Ilice. I f N.i E: Cor. ('l'IIII'1'IIIIl t Third :St.Fernandina: -..
or :
f of the statement/ and apply the. parallel.to delight! by all the coar! >t )people. It's projection Walker: Street:: i i j Fla
arc welcomed.\ 1111.11111 yueslions( risked.NVe \. I
( "doubt has originated: with (Colonel l
: 14 \ our own section. (One) of the rno-t eminent,
:* ; \ra"I'ho' will by it have connection
are ,glad to learn that our truck!:: growers engineers in this; country ensures me that in I for his'!great system ;railways that will be BUY GOODS. WHY GOODS.

1 are preparing; tea t >> plant largely of Irish less! than: two year..' tilltl" and with an epemliture \- the shorte-t and! quickest" to the Land ofFlowers.

< potatoes and ('lIhlta: ;cs. The Ia-t /named: of less than ten /millions ot'rI"I- : ." Our prospects' are brightening;: i

i1 il, ,' were selling;; at la-t ad\ieos, in Northernmirket.s lar*, the whole! of the vn-4 tl'll.1..r} the ::\Iio- and to encourage in the near our fatiireweculi people.Yours : ceevervthiug; !i: :; ci-IOOD: = BOOTCS !
at $l2..r:! 10t I> and the high .
e / pir ; si, .ippi valley and its tributaries;, repiecnting I l'ersars: : ", '
prices of potatoes will as>urc a good sale! in ; sonic thirty thon-and miles of navigable

f. I the spring for early potatoes. licet9\ will waters, null a commerce alrl'II.I'ahll'll at itartycof ThermometeFOR ,. I L.MMilXP( : STOCK; ( 1 IN THK: :>'T.TIAT:

also, we learn be largely planted, at the suggestion hundreds millions/ can be brought to the TIII: 11'1ih E.MHNI.:( .'uiaSYt.tTOtuIlS.. '
of the Noitbern cnmnUssion merchants IIO\t"EY'ao\\ t'at'n'-ruin\ :. I
f yc Atlantic: seaboard at this point :and l by> this ASHi\IEAD hl'O1HIIanS

means (and this,; alone) free the largest commerce --- : ,

\\'e are in receipt of the /VunVa ('Yflt' anew in/ the Fnion from the heavy trammels \ -I'.. .I-r I -I'-I'I I \\'it !
h of uramv and:\ other duo to whichit I. M I :iM I We-t I'av: :Street: JACK's-ONYILLF." ;::" FLA..
< established I Waldo by \I
paper just "t> r.
II. L. S. (;Ia.1Jeu.I'e\ have been surprised is at present unavoidably Mibjcct at New- :Suturd.iy.: -.:; ; .:== I 7.i is I 1<000: I NI':.

K I I that! Waldo>> has \nut before t this time been I Orleans', hoth for the local) towage and'I the: Nunlay ........... ...... ij 1'0 1'10: 1.. 11'holeule" mill Itclail lulilisli, ,, liookselUTH'' .Stationer*., and
1 1r 1c navigation (whether inward or ont \vard- Muudav ......... ..... 7l 7s;! !w} i1! I N.
applied with a newspaper, and! we have no TIH'\lla\1 1 :' ......... ......I ii: is jS ili N1. Dealers" in 'l'ob.cus" and I"nllrth.It,,,
x doubt that the enterprise will prove success- bound) of the Haliamas: and reefof Florida. 11'cdneslav.: .......... 7: I i1! is ili; N11'.

i'ul. Wo do not think the name/ u happy Thllr'I! i-l I 1-0: Nol t is I SII. .-rililillJ:. ItllliuJ: and IIhHIIII .

one. .111"W.pah'l'rlntlstbtantiOht its merits, lly the opening til'l the Florida' \ canal from 71t St_. MI_ SE.alaulx1I .
and/ Waldo. is by no means u representative :$t. Mark-, on the Cull', to the mouth of theSt.

'' Y # place of the cracker clement. Marys river, on the Atlantic, :more(' gigantic I. :. BLANKS; AND IlLANK BOOKS: for Counting Houses, Kail: road-. and Steamboats.

commerce than was ever dreamed of lint or FernamUita.IIKill to order. 1.\\\" ItL.1N: h' S for Lawyer and Justices of the l'caA\
The Spanish MeunshiplulirlnniCaptain: : for the Erie canal or thu Hudson/ will he WATER.
Subscriptions' taken to all Papers and Magazines at Publication
; prices.
do Kchivauru: arrived\
Domingo quarantine brought to one of the best harbors and most: Saturday, (t.t. a>...... 0:13I.. from Porto )tko, on thu :22d.! l She will salubrious jwrts on the )\\thl'l'I'UI.t.: .. :'K)...... llo: 1-11": :Send: for our
If be loaded by :Mr. I-awtey with cotton, cottonseed This' !being; so" and in conclusion, may we Monday( .. :'U ...... :::W"I: ; get it. Orders) \ by mail promptly\ attended to.We .
for United\ Kingdom;: TI&ellllvov.: 1...... 3il: I" :'talt: "
\ the She will
not say to tho.se afar off come ; to the wise Weilnesihiv, 2...... 4:2t: 411": have recently Iu \i.h11I(1t.. : to the DeeKioiis, ol the Supreme

leave quarantine early next week 1111tako u word is MiMicicnt ;" and add also, (for thel'omClu't Thursday: .. 3...... 5: \I" ::4s ". I Court of .Florida lly U, )(. Call Papc'r-price$1.| : Two fears Abaft the.Mnt.
In her cargo. She measures! 1,202: tons', and Friday\ 4...... ''i\:: !> "' tltI.;:
of those who have
already casttheir lay Jordan.\ Papir' 73;; cents ; doth $J. Orange ueeU' (o Illustrated; )
I is commanded ( : who
by .ll'tallI.dllmllrl\,
lot among-t tt3)) the memorable word<< 1.!'>TEI was formerly! in command/ of the A'urro of Ili.-marck I I : / llee1tixrnlprzeid.ntear'Yours

i J\tncf, which loaded I l here lust,year. I truly, .\. C. i Oct. :-"J! !-Hark wick.Nonpareil, iibbs., )lrnu!'- .iti I 1111.111: imonirits,

I .. of lIr"l Fitzgerald" 4-.'y J.CIO'JI.U;: : :.
l'l"u. ,
Tutnpu and/ ():ala unwilling; to surrender II I List of LtlteritRemaining 1.1-S.\ Savrtn'nuh.p. City FL's1

their utrt'etefur railway tracks. In this in the I'ost-OilKvat I-YrnandU, t. Scho4inerSila.sC.& Ilvans.Sylvanus: ; ,

j 1 wo think they !show! good eenueanda projHTappreciation na :Nassau county Fla., ut't. !J, l I">l. IVrsonsealliiii New YurkUuk S. B. HUBEARD & CO.
I pfI' of what is due to the public interest .. "- Alice Caiupbell, F.uton: llo ,
; fur (he-o letters mn>tsay
confided to their care. The experience t(11\\. J.1'I1O1'Ii.i.E:. ri.oitm
lhht'r-I ,
tlMtl ,
/ lia : 'Jii-S. 1'. Cit'ot' ilridgi-ton.; Fitzgerald,
of all tow ni having railroads: trllvcJ"jlllgtht'ir .\f1.'I he, J. T. I !ivon.\ Molly :-'1'ft,iml: h. .
i 11 7IIOI.I-XVI.K AND} KKTAIL: hl':.1LIIbS:
a r streets is that it i is H nuisance to have Cox: I Illu: 11\ Tlarrcll S.mint I .. "--S.: :S.Yesteru! T' ,'*a.. Ki-k; New

;r ;1 the locomotives whittling and blowingoil I IH trough, \\'. n. Jones. Joseph 1'I:. York. 1:I "rdmire.. S'OH'"oorM., SHI, Itliuils, .ul..I", Oih.f .
I)a\rs, Jane ;: .llh I'N. 1'umal : "--.:,. P. City Point. I 'rea+ir, Chars! '' ,
H. btcaiu, balded the obstruction und liability l"avi-.U. \\'. Williuu! :S"ott, Haiti": I ton i I' .. PFMIS.: I.KAH: % MI IKON: PIPK.: Sl'JJAU; MILI. IIIIIWU: \M. IFVi'JIKl.' : :
I. to accident.s. llusinoss IIOIIMand/ the i I "rjiil.. JUebfl $outt. .IKlscy.T. ,. fi---;. p. City\ vt- !11'it'tHu.! lltzgt'r.ild.Savannah. "::irixii.t :SFKAM: \:M.UAS Firnxci.; )PLFMIUNK( ; txu'flNSlll'flllNI1.; ; ; ;

I better cSass: : of residents] mv driun oil from\ '. :- %,\ Uu: >i'rm I I'. M. j I II'L I $-I! IIAXAUHV I'tl\\' \\11m.) IIAKIIKII FKXl'i: : WIUF:. ,.,.tja II I IN
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