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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: November 5, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
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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 )
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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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STATti MM'S.AlticJnni The same is also the ease, for most of t.bo vxteinivc I !short' : and, we !believe, us usual: made at a .I/.IKIO.V ('(H'\/'I'. J I, remaining are very !4Wl't the 10111 they
'hanit or --- remain i on I the tine (he holler I tidl'I' the.wine.
loss nn'rt 111 ,
--- and winding shore of the /great Tain- : to somebodyland: holder I
U pa: bay, which extends will up towards the tt'tumtlahaecr.: rrolitable' cotton culture, 1'111: IIOO.M 1 ir IMI: civi.n: Tiiuoniii: fill IOMri I- I fir Hiohelberger: has another large ,

tiuli-rstaiid twenty-twii car loads of heart of the county from its southwest cortier. l any l'oll+itet"tlde.ed')111lhhllc: : cell Florida, irriox: OK TIII: l'IXIS"I'I.\\t, II ivit.io\n: I'IOi 1'anasofkco! lake, in Sumter county _

\\ ,; arrived I I 1 by the Transit: Ilailroad: for The principal streams are the llillsborough : I !is a game not within llie, eompa\ of the VMONO: ( TIII: lilt \Xla: OUOVRS.7'd I that 1 is worth fifty thousand dollars lie ,.

,, i 1 hant-'ofliainosvilleyosterd.iy\ .1I101'11rliI' Alaliaand: Little Manatee: rivci-s! with card t*.-HconoiHixt." i' I tin''iiVix: n/\ lln' Mirror : I I1 ships many boxes of oranges and lemons y
; II. also had lira ( \\1, \, FI.A., November I 1. IS:>1. each year fl'lHI this grove. I \\1" given the
I Florida I .Southern a numer fl- 'ijlit list.-.\ cotton-seed! oil factory these! Lakes of varying i"il.l'lIl'l' found in in the city yesterday\ ami filed !in the otllec\ The Peninsular Kail: road having: ; been flu number of acres in bearing; Ill newly-ict

.v'"I'. the licit Is of this section. Sonic.nixing all parts! of the county' in whieh an abundance of t''I'tar"I'. State: seven.f new charters for i 1",111,110 l (Ocahi: has !given :an impetus to Marion orange trees\ on the south side of (Orango
which is felt in department lake, fioO, The estimate was under the actual
,, Yankee will soon take ndvan- of 1'1'1'h'nt'r fish different varieties railroad, navigation: ) atidJti'h'gr.ipli\ companies ; county every
,.._, ,n'iho; opportunity presented for a reinvestment. is found Those lakes, like I ho coast line, in :South;' Florida.\ JTho names: are (1\+ of business.: Owing) ; to tho excessivedrouth number I and lie, number of hoxcof

;ii"I 1ltin' The natives who are also free' from MvampH; and marshes: as a follows : The Tavares. ()Orlando AthinlioRuiltiwd : the cotton crop! for I the 1 present year oranges! that wonlcI" gathered l this H'UII,

? iii oIJI' don't appear to want to increase I I general( thing. Along) the ItillsboronglmndAlafia ; t the I Tavares; llrooksville \: Gulf( ; is an indiIll-rent\ one, but in so \productive a which is underestimated. Thirty thou-aml j

!?,, --The Lwburg! Ailrtncr says rivcrs! arc found (',,":.llkl'II"le bodies Railroad ; tla'l'utarevC .Lak111111'111': Hail-: climate (tho \lsrolsirrr\ : not dependent on one hove", at the low price of three tullnrr!

.,, iin'iii.u'hinoshopsof! Florida; Sntithii of rich bottom l.md.while" in almost, every road ;; till Apopka branch, of the South crop alone. They can always I vary their box, will be the enormous sum ofiJM.ooo!) ) fir,

i unirtay: will be located in that tlIWII.II part of (he county I there are small! !isolated Florida llailroad: ; the llsXt'tow' ,t Tampa Uayliailroail \ \productions, and havoa: bountiful supply\ (Iflseus live hundred and fifty acres. When these

Uriihcr, Pratt, it is generallytlntlcr- bodies of hammoi'k. lands. Though unable :: ; the Ki:<:oillll1il'l'",. Okcchobco A: rice, sweet 101:101' and sugarcane.They trees are in lulll'l'ulilll. t will not say what

,Lit si; Iine+!\ itll' will have the shop: to )boa I..t of such large bodies, of hammock, (iulf Navigation! Company, ;and the South( have also 1:11: galh'IISII; which tho sum will l'l'il'I, 111 it will bo I'alulll:>!.

," v ,...1t/t that ?-b'unaii'l' 7>r e. lands a" .ioiue of the adjoining counties, yet Florida Telegraph (.'oiupuny.T ll-ihn.i/ ..ff they 1':11( rely' for turnips! cabbage; lettuce, I reccivell this !IlIlilllltiul' from 1 gentleman

titlLLE.1, .. .\ WlMKU: nl -IIII'NII'-: i when the whole area of flip county is taken rllll'irl/ll. ,j tl.I", garden: peas: Irish potatoes, Il'., I l'l'Itl'llr reliable, ami who lives! in that

r !, .!(tiII wluit we have to write), I tUvoniiaincsvillc IlIt'lI'I msldi "ration, HillsboiMUgh' will II' N- Marian.v. that in any H'a""I, wet or dry, they ('al Il'l't JOI.

,", ( as a winter residence: onin age with any of them in produeingcaiKieity. The fall: term of our rift-nit b'uun.l'or\ this: make: : support, Ocala\ is in,lsrus'Itugcry fast. Now stores

t, ,,, iiK.'orni/::; testimony of physician.and If she possesses no large bodies of extremely county ulo'eal! yesterday, jind, lion. James It.Dawkins Tho building I of the ,railroad into lheruttl- and dwellings are going up. fir l HI"'WI

\ i HI'1'* and residents\ coining hers from the rich lands! i.cither I docs she poises any great repaired, to (Ainesvillo by thisnloruing'rtrairl1'ht'lt ty so IIMIJJ; i Isolated, has: given immediate i is building I new holllol the !site of the
is lands for which (here has hitherto Ocala Hotel which. (the best fur
,,; regions of the country, the reader can ittantity| ofey: pOIII'lallltThc: county -enfirlnlt'lnout'widt \'al1'1" 11.1ha
'itki1: it as'the I'l'llItuf: their observation' and .elevated and for the most {part, :.slightlyrolling ; viewed\ : in ton11c1'|inn with the in I boon little demand.Newcomers ,; li-h.t: table in the State.: Its reputation was

experience, and dismiss cud: fe.ir of being with a sandy soil on a hard: pun of crCst-trot' population, has Already{ been asuh-) are here in great numbers, alt established by 11 r, afid )11:<. Harris, mid kept

1II1 ll"1. It is known tli.it dry bind land: i is claymarl! or rock-tins lilt, two at a depth jertuf comment by the ;r.ult-jjuu'y in theirprescntme.nt land, purchasers' and agents give a lin.I."i up by the genial, hospitable host WIll now

lu-altliy. .laiiicsvillo i None of the highestl.iaecs : of from) two to live feet :and at an indefinite wherein w't'I'1', gralilied! tonolicotho pearance: (to I (1'ln, to the great tI'lIli IIII presides' over he( establishment: and gives:

| above) sea-level cast of the Suwanee: depth for the rock. The great bulk "I'I the thorough; inauher in which they :- hotels It would recall to an old miner every person 1 gracious! w.lt'olll.I .

river and t for this reason the cold is severe lands in the county i is peculiarly adapted to must necessarily have discli.irgcd thl' high I tho exciting days when : new lead: was: dis I have: not given an l\l'rtr\1 picture of

enough in winter to kill out all lIi thu'k(1 exlial.itions. the ;growth of orange;!; and other tl'l'l'tll'\ the ofllcc1/ \ to have: so justly ei'nphasiy.od'\i : t their approval 1I'II\l'l't't, and hundreds of anxious men this country but a II.lthfllln'lll' of what

The soil i is a deep bed of silica! citrus h family, guavas avocado pears: pineapples :and clearly defined I their objections P'HIl'lt into (the 1'1'1 adjacent, intent uponsecuring has fallen under my IWllo""l'I'\'alioll.! ( A few

which drinks up the rainfalls, or tll'yal'c and other tropical fruits, who"'e to till existing state of Affairs and: institutions l :claim at whatever (, t I Hero t the years since many of these new, highly improved -

oIl-.l ncd oil' on an underlaying: bed of pipe-\ growth! and, maturity: are also peculiarly! t favored within the county. The unerring seller and \purchaser meet, I 1'I't:11: i is pl.l'1 were in old fields II''i I'li 1

rl.iy ami by natural! surface outlets, in a few by our latitude, thc :!:sth! parallel\ of practical sense! possessed h>' Judge; Dawkins) llc'k the ('a..1 paid, and (he deeds n'l'II1'11 < forest r"II l'Y'ol'k and, j Utilol' management -

hours Most of the winter is as bright, beau north latitude, passing through I lie northern which clears away the l.ltrieacies of a case I\ have made : wonderful'chaiigc. A

tiiuland enjoyable' an Indian summer.Southerly \part: of the county. Mesldes tropical I like mist t before) ( the sun, and !satisfies alike A little over I year ago" two twentyacrelots wide field for enterprise and improvement i is

: winds, tempered\ }bv, currents\ of fruit-Mind oranges, corn, rice, sweetad Irish complainant and defendaitt, was itt'\ more were bought hya.tr8ngerl'ira,5n0' : : He open in this county, with 1 rich lsrospectiveresvnrl

air from the warm ( .,II I' on'oiioiudc. ,. 1 and the potatoes( sugar; cotton (sea 1 island: ), pea: *, and conspicuously "shown than on this occasion. has. recently sold one /' them for $10,000.Forty ( to the industrious and sagacious.

,\ on the other, niYefiod; .ortlalltk by the.un'sra's whatever other ril'lll'I'"I', '' are grown in the llnerrlugjusticc: has been meted out t"IIII, acres, bought nf the( fllo about two Will shall emulate such Ill'l Messrs.I Harris -

mostly \prevail during the whole wintor. (Julf: states are raised: in this county Tho :I and now, with some few unimportant) ; exceptions years ago for till, recently !'ollli.r $ ,nol. I and 1-llnp: on OI'II'lakl', or )Ir. Kicli-;

(Only when the IwavietlIowlo"III"I" jute and indigo plants,! are indigenous; to our the docket !stands'clean and! eraseduntil ('clll' give you many) instances\ of !similar cihu'rgerutlrabt. (CM.VIU.KS. :: )I+OII,

prevail in the Northand every watercourse soil, and the probability is i that the former I new' !inscriptions.[ illegality and injustice transactions. There, arc, however, still large

there has become !solid) ice, arc we visited will ere) long become! one of our staple production's shall fill its pager to await the tracts! of land to bo 1,1 llllll.al! which will .\1l'l'i'al the II l'llit. 'has been ap|>ealcd to

/hi'tv with killing: frosts. If the cold wavesapproach \ IH it seems to furnish a textile coming another tl.'rltl-Oda Laraa.J'elllsla. ( be illllr\I',1 and I make .,'sill,! homos'. run through for the l'I'o.tldilllof Chllll lie Sc"ljI'n'l: (

\ : us ;gradually: : vegetation !survives fibre but little I inferior to llax and, much superior 1'ldoll is favorable to the l'Owtl of (that wi supersede the uscof: hand labor to

and: all animal, nature is invigorated.. Where! to hemp.\ III the matUrof healthfulness T the orange, Ill gives: every'I "rlll't of MIC- a extent in Ihlth'llill of the
and dehirability of climate 1h1hh ho- We have before warned our people\ of the tea-pluntillImliat. '1'herevanholittle doubt
'11 many hundreds\ of people live! in houses (''>s (to the fruit grower and (lht agriculturist -
through which the winds whistle, as they do rough; county cannot be excelled, and: we great impolicy of raising:.the price of our i and he lay look I'll'wlnl to the day that our they inventors have thsirstghly.tulied will respond.\ satisfactorilywhen the subject -

ill our pine, woods, the cold of winter" is not doubt very much if she can be equaled! by lands to utu'omuncratvertul'1! IIItilil'ialli-( ,, when Ill can sit beneath his ,'ill and fig A free" introilution of clllcient 1uchin.l'I'
other in' the :Mate Tho burr, on account of the approach of railroads.In in agriculture in the East
county
worth speaking about There are !some permanent any only tree and listen to the I I bit 0111(evervarying wO\ld loonprsturt
!snot of the most flourishing sections of social revolution.
and Mime winter residents who have epidemic disencsare thy>e malarial: ori-! notes! ill( the( mocking bird amid his, 1 great At first
the Ignited; 1 States chocXC'reTt fy mill'ollhullli! : the field lahol'I'lt01111) Hlner home hardships
gill and of these
I
ottilt tasteful: homes for themselves: in nono\ uninmnrgrttfftypp; orange ( ,roes. hit in n very f"l'ar they would
iaincsville. They rejoice: the comfortsfhoy and h heiar"I! by no moans general, mostly blessed with. every facility lands: can bo Of) the young groves I visited I was find themselves forced' into 1 t'lmdiiiol! infinitely

now enjoy in contrast with the mi.eri prevailing along: the rivcrs.- THHIJIH Trlliiinf. bought cheaper than the prices' put upon most will those of Captain' ( 1). I.!!. better than !their present! one, because
some of our lands. facilitiesdo illllI'II'l..l would estab(
Transportation
i< of rigorous: Northern! willtl'rs.re desire :Iaxwllllli '. 1'. It. I'apy, situated; on illlll'O\'l'llgl'il'lIllrlllllhod"
Leon do increase tlio. Uality: of I tho soil, t 1I11'C (elevating andremunerative
|
: to have many more of them to dwell :Silver; Spring creek, aI'h :}"le hlroam.( nature! than the simple
with U". They will find that we do not cx- Tin'oriiTIIofsi( I: (Jri>; nox.-Our) county nor.enhance the value: of lands that are too They have a tract: of forty acres! six i acres of (..I' the !oIoil. .Machinery can do fully as tillilL 1ll'h

ayxorato the climatic advantages of this locality. commissioners, a* we understand\ : it, have poor to produce anything to transport ; illdl'ltl whil.1 are: in wild groves, containing: 5onotrees ,( as li"i'iollalcl for I the !'gl'"l'l'lliOI of Isis
udiipteda plan fur :8 court-house: for Leon all the' railroads in till! world would i 1111 Xorlhl1l'i'I..
.\llIltlll'lIth(')' will have fieedom ofcuress : 1,11.0.,1 in 1S70, onii(' IIll'l: beginning and
II Turkey
by rail from this place North, I Kast: t. county, to bo, built at a cost I, estimated', at not justify the lsuryhasciiinutl: t settlement to bear. The soil is t 'I, and I'ollllillSni much tho; "'lll'Iilu'rialmn' now France patent and II\I icrinany. -
from $l l.-tiHM; > (tll, ::( (MK). Let upon lands from \\liiclialiving cannot bemade lS. .tlole
We.t or South:; as !suits their inclination or SiM/ us! suppose\ it the ruullssincns.uitablt'( fororango c hers! : In Turkey) II1Y one who first depos
heir pleasure.! Accommodations for traveler only co"ts $15,000.'c! : \\nf have the tie of ; nor' can oranges: be grown on native They intend (In transfer their trees: into the' itrdrnls'illgsnett specifications( of an invention -
buildings ample torah! soil that is too poor to produce ollll'l'"roollI.t and pays an IIIIIIIIIIX of .*I bs obtain
till'U1ll'N'j( of any wi
anlartaiid: w. hope will bo ample for \ court adjoining lands. They haven fortune intlie :
all winter visitors ; but we especially\ !ill au ruinijury-ruilu, t'herli'r'tllC! / and probateoflke \ of the climate! Whoever settles, future in his( fine grove Colonel Cog: years,I provided patent covering ho works a his l'l'l'ildof patent tl1(

those who want to dwell in Florida, to come -all \tbo rooms needed fir lueeutlntyat therefore, on poor} lands !in this county, as ers' 11'l is just below (111'111. and bore :,:'.IO i\1 years id' its date. In Liberia no tlle witll 11
to traino-villo! and build their rcsidenees.Atti'liti'i .- a cost varying a little, with the length; of in all others, if he is too poor to buy fertilizers boxes last year on seven acres of budded I ho a patentee who is not the inventor or 1
.l<(li'iwiff.Tii. the sessions of the circuit l'Otflt-or\', will not improve) hi" condition by allycurt t rl'l'S. the legal assignee: and; and a patent is I-MI.I WII1
yt of hand work! IP'' \- *- he has other drawings s specifications( are filed and
.' I Hot mill for the extraction of oil from l.'iDper\ annum including fuel and lightsdtirirlg ; Near UrultII.. Monroe drown has twenty a fee of fifty dollars is paid to the govern
court's session. The rent of clerk's means 01 support man IIH l.uul/ allot labor II I. In If t
'LlbtI'il, invention \is not
( ti'iii: -.cd was' established in the t'nited I t'rlr young II.l' which have been budded I Ill tl
educe is $L,(1 it. It is uniUo.stiunably )both within three after the
upon
State-: at New Orleans In iSo'J.: Owing per annum ; of \probate! oilice | unjustand and are looking finely. Messrs. Iliizl'c years right to
the same of ('uurt- and dishonest to place higher prices i ldbergl'ro p.oll'l'h'd.111 patent becomes void. Tho
I ; rnunl ; sinIuuls
Mm d. 5., t't in themachinery, the mill couldn jury-rooms' V Illtlll adopting
with fuel! and iSoO notwithstanding the raiJroa.I".lhnllthl.it. l'IIIIII'i'l
lights
k.
per wet Our lust '
;t"I 1"'Ilt"l with prutit$0theettrrpl'Lesu trees, which they intend to inll'el!" (' pru\'l'tillllld 1ll'UII'ugllll'lIttl
\ nb.iudoiied: until about ten \ears court was in uieS -ion for one week With! quality! productiveness l >! will justify.Ai (to 111'ly.I"'l'lI acres. TIl of the genius and illll try i proof of :better
ago.
business dispatched as Judge) Walker I dispatches ><>)i>k \; -w. h"\vt'ver, nearly every city In the : orange interest in (his 1'6ill i. : Adam to pay the Ka: >ta tho cnotinousdebt
:Souili;' ha.-, eotton-seed oil factories, which U (and he uses no undue haste i, it IIL\'I) IJ'J:11'I.W I J.ichclbcrger. Air. I K. was I man sif'wealth it owes to that 11\littlwf rqiul.I.'CIIJllJI .
is not;
air op "i .t;, d 1 with great profit. One should! likely the term will average inure t than "dirl' (til late war I He ball good plantti-
one week ; or, for the ear, two weeks, jMdO It has often' been asked why it was. that. I
!b establish! ,1 I somewhere in !this i State to y lawver., and editors tatlon, w..1twk'd with seventy-fivu or JJ.\r OllJJS,
utiti/c the thousands of bushels) of cotton for (In; two annual terms. Hut suppose three h:1idNutty think generally(the more wrole"ltdllmol a man writes I eighty negroes, enough mules, horses and l Is it true, Inquired u ]JIJ'r\ J'I"JI'I I of

'''I'll annually: shipped away. )laJ1 11 fad;)- weeks- instead of two, then cost, per annum, the: I better he !should! do it ; (that practice" I cattle. Ho made plenty, abundance greeted I'ostmastcr Pearson yesterday "Ht '
r unr the hope\ of the :South; and) we are I will be for court-room including( } jury- makes perfect. So it docs simple manual him daily ami yearly. Liberal and gl'II'r1)1" nro&onoN)0, ( ) ) in the United t sjtatcs subtreasury
rlJu.II"l'Il-rk'lI. ) oiliee and labor, !but not *o in brain wurk.'h,11 rl'pJ'-Ieltl: a't.'lllllaliols 11'11 unpaid -
ti i in -' )iT> uiid ashamed to bo forced to ad- \probate ollice$14 n I \\ the brain is he was readyto assist all who t-kl'Illl money till several )'l'ar: "
actively at work ortt'rK
each. a man huc'f
or $l."x) for them !
HIP ih.i i-'inrida i is !behind her sister: States: nil. Now, what will write* speaks fast, especially! ; with the uio. The war closed: ( u out of his 'negroes, "Yes1' : 1'o.stmastcr.: "I :
ii MI I' ,h' ; ,!,; her lruluts.-Suli tllldee. be the annual cost of a coiiit-house, built at menial temperament. Tinslow. .- method-! and his CII.I'U.it.r closed 'him out of his that in round numbers they hold about \thatamount
an outlay of ;t15hOH'e( ( it cal mind will always do a thing \\'I\-illi\ belonging to careless persons whom
get by calculating : I kindness
i lands and by his / to friends 'he it "
i is
llxcu in bin, the interest tilt great ,virtue I is in doing well whatever it nn- was illlfJ"jlllo| for us to lied
on ,
"
outlay, cost of insurance
Ii may be an item of interest to know- "l'rtakt--Iut great and rapM' thinkers!: write II.rokculual. I lie tried merchandising ; that you }' :>c do to with this
and l w,- are very partial lu having the out- : on property( and loss by natural like they talk make no c.unl of the wordsused : got him into 1I1'.I' trouble. He managed to money, Mr. Pearson ?'
bide world know-that within the last f.teen wear und tear and outlay for repairs.: Ten nor do they dwell upon Hie formation, get I piece of tho' rich 'hammock skiiling I 'ongress session wi probably be asked at its
: h make
interest of letters or the of led of
percent crossing" their t's .II/t- IUl
\peranrluun on wellhccured 01 Ocala tKl,0Iii0/
money and
days the arrival of vessels at this port I. ting; of their i'.. tried tl' heiippornong grape, orange it.
may be obtained here, and, wcMipjMjse banana and .AVhy was not this done "'
numbers thirty-live. They, are continuing Napoleon given! the rl'a1'1')' clearly : sugar-cane.'. The sugarcane heretofore ?
to arrive and swelling : anywhere el.se in Florida. That, we for no man: wrote a worse hand than he dill. \\1' to fatipport him while his .Well, there U no ll' lllilitllllol to the
our already large /fleet 1.laltl.t
believe, is what the Liifus time funds of this
Clioate \'hl1
State has !it.self been or Horace ireeley! 'not bo
for ibis pay except After tllrUlt'r may
hard
season of the year. The "Seaport lug the present til, for all three were great thinkers III theirrespective oranges:came Oi laborand continued accounted for. The cannot fell
City will hold her own, you k/low-"eu- We will have year ; many persons paymore. professions.hays application and many privations, he when the parties to a money order may cor
( //a (iazctte. the following Calculations Napoleon : ".1 man occupied with now lou ti 3NUU, ( largo bearing orange trees, reel fatal Jiotllkt'lln the order and demand
Jtuval. on this basis" : Interest mi $15(<>oo at 10 public hiisincs cannot attend to orthography. < trees in another of their money. You know wo must always
cent., $l l.." ]lIis( ideas tiII\ulrcI'alcr part bu prepared to pay on legal :
per > insurance; Miy I } per cent., inu t flow faster than his .. 11t.'llalll
OUAXOKS.Yesterday morning the steamer the rate ut which il1III'UIIl'C'a offered hand* can trace lie has! only time to place : ') acre about two )years old in another .CUll' you gi'le a (general idea of the
Okeehumkee arrived from the Oklawaha the old on liisj points. lie must compress words' Into let place and lio acres of bananas that es way in .', unclaimed accu
river, bringing: one hundred and fifty-three euurt-Iwuse a short time before it ten and ,phrases into words, and let the (:al'Cltlll cold ,,1 lat winter, and from his Ilulatiul of money comes about !"
boxes of was burnt. $;:J/i ; annual wear and tear and scribes: make it out afterwards." orchard "Primarily it i i.* duo ton lack of knowledge
it!
lemons oranges, twenty-three boxes of repair*, half of one jx-r cent., $;>. Total One run HO (rain himself to write rapidly, he cutting fruit, UIIIICIIllli i to concerning I the oj-erations' of the law under
(tho
and three bales of cotton. This i is cost to the plainly and correctly\I bu it must be a habit Atlanta Exposition. which the money)' order system!! I is
by far the largest shipment of oranges! made county JKT annum, $1WM O.- of thought with him. JSut:' as a general A" in Mr. Kichelborder's ruse, it l is no holiday Then great IUIpcolle who oralllzl'l
; so far this: easou. Captain Uice, of thOkcehuukre e duct from this sum $1"-1.) the present annual rule, rapid 1 thinkers write rapid 'hands, and I frolic to bring an orchard into tl .r'i, are habitually
rental paid for the use of : courthouse their words are IlaU'1I1'l'lt.. and their letter bearing t overlook mime of
thinks that the number of boxes necessary but 'hard work, continued anduwney details in tllury
half formed.
Show makingout the
buildings) /11I.1'e havens the difference me a lawver or un edi / 1I'IIl'utiol order. II-hl'l'6
hhippeil will now j nt rcae every week un- : tor who writes a clear plain! and neat haunt Mr. hclbcrgcr: hat 1 peculiar they may get the name of the payee wrong
til the middle November, when' the ship- I $1,350. :S al, if we are correctly in- and I I will ,how your u clear and methodical orangu growing in Ids grove ; it is of the II they may neglect to notify 111) ntah):
i "I.IM.J OUSUM-S j formed, our county (commissioner projto mind ; one wllo.tUkl'S time! t') (Ihlnk ami !Then t ulll tho to the'
will site pt./'
0111 in full bla,t.- ttiMrfi, i thinks, usual very thin kin, and of )' sate| I N bo money
hlowly. very sent
to involve the
.
They
in are never men for man who has
':';111 Hint louiity an annual loss of an rior I tru\'cllJ left
I 11,?").), in lieu of the excuse ufIuN| ) or $150 emergency, nor are they olMiand in a talk I I I 1."ur The Orange alternately striped, thu toWI. where tl (rl'r i Is livable and
JlllltborottyhIn !! or writing.; Their' expression; It : (live me I with (Jl't'l'l and )'clo\ resembling exactly who may) never /.tlr! again Xo le
for '
>cr annum, court-house
Inv < ,ult'ClJ4..t. j building lIr'lat! tune.: A man hhould. however write his j i' I the or Mm-k I gal provision hu* IN"'I made for advertising
and munificent' bay, rivers | is the way they projione to *|IIt'J1.1 the money, I II name a* I'I..tiulyI" |.o,,:-IIJI(. That I is one IC'I that\ orange, (\llille for these |. .', '. Tho individual! amounts
smuil.T.trains, numerous lakes (health- I j wrung from un impoverished IIl'ul'l\ by thing 'he should\ II., well for a bad I autograph growth, grows on vines. J lulu particularly which go to make up the large MUM of nil"
mesv ullt| irnate| ) this,, (|juubowilgl! ) m natrou* taxation. Would( | (lookUt 1 if u man 1 It ashamed; bit. name I the very fine quality in taste of the ,aid money order in this office arc general
cuui> .> tn>bably one of themthin 1:. J/, (I., in tuniuuitltru'f.. 1 ly eakiiir.] ; *' und have no
a* mar In orange. I "iI doubt
perfect luri.v l"I..IL'I"WcleIJcr&er'/
: pend hU own, if himstlf in Much a I been forgotten tho who lUl'
natural Mr. : person sent
wh.ntaes fUt it i.i Kichelbcrger made, the latter .
j 1""UJle tu 1n'I! h. condition! of well I
Iotl'uuiarIILurri I"atfC m by the
| /- 'mcnt pcr on* who
as Tim Umente I J t. vvtro t
ilnutli of Mr. reteivo -
,. om.uniy.. Ilerutattltneisslevoidu, : f are ulu-tellt1a (,(the j,e pleof<< thhemtnty ? the! ieorgu I'ralt.ecut.ur..r :.September and f k-tobcr, from bit varietyof tlclIpu"tut| ('("which! ) a(rearsunahl
w oi..u', I IlI'ihJ Uw.t Huiufct A'lr" M Dud barrel
Ualmoet ) ttcupporiiong twenty of vvim fir .hlf. money-oriU'r
entirely -The cotton plfkltiif hi Halt ; ; hl.Inl'l
'i- 'II )jtll.,.> w.l d!tnrn tu HMJ water'n cOze. (!untx U Ur. I'raU was :Siyiar* of a\t n..'I too IIr fo f thevrnetitIslltsr 'l klll that yltaltit'e'veryye.ir. hat,"ItNu"le tu cunteiid. with, Lit
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roJIt.I drawing to a elate. Th+ U Htcl.l/ot I II ." or nthvr d.n
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cruj of duo I'.itatka 11.-.1.1. I take all 'n' the the > ;;r.'' lMY .lejbiilely
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sititn'iiiirini: \ YOU CM.V, "Allow me to I'O\'II/I 1111,11(' "lilJPII-, (ib.i come in, sir, pray, if '\1 do not It is 1 private subscription l'll, nndtakes Struse''cifsvltat hi" eccentric1 netim.' :,
I ly I then sternly, ,, { t I mind our poor room. Jack has: alsvays I'\el place at I the 'Mnrlboroujjli h 1onI11. not ] 'Idtu burst! upon, his mind. Supp.. ."
lid svith, another caution ngaiwt !11'11, (talking, (,I you. I Ie'! nil tllllt. not: 1 bit far from Ill'I'('. I tl \ \: "' him recognized him ; what svouM xi! ,
When things don't ;gotosuit!' yoit .di is I I. a* had occasioned) I tho catastrophe.He hurt." My I won't he Il glad 101 '( !" There are three other 1\k'i"-l.Otd. I He I tt tuild have roll\Ilnl"ull' I I",. .
; i And the world 't'(-fll4 upside! ilosvn.Don't I ( then turned. to his (companion.: She Heron Archrr I.II\C'I her into )01 close violin, and double htii-". .- ilh't' ( un:>rtuunto. I 01 thIs. us he sasv; the barrier l In I
wnMt: your t limn, in fretting, looked 1 better now : t lie color wit. returning dark 1'0011 at fflt'('. He f was (- 'lulh..ln. Inll one must l be got." 1 between, thl'tl.111! k neW that! m n.i ,
I Hut drive nway that: frown. to her checks."Thank ; I fastidious, man, 111110 whose artistic taste "WII, see what 1 can do for si 11' svas JTI near, be tinted not gist- .
Sifl('(! lifts I N oft perplexing; : you so much,." 11. said I grace ""1' rarely: nt tiU! I! I 1/1. t there I was no sign of !11.llh'rol. I Archer, dlrfllh'11\ou"I' (if recognition or seek her !i '1'i'l much) I the sviiM \plan she: handed, him the molie-y he ha,11: di"gust I in his faeo a* I, .* eyes roved over the. shan't lose I the I IWI lulll'ul Itl I can In Ip, it. frtm l/.kl longing.
To I bear IIlIlrlnl"l.rI\lv.I I I flllI": Where 1 is the boy '' I am, sorry. 1 1 dirt nnd ,t"ol..Ir. arol"I, : /1,1 people svhodecla'red Is, this (the music ?" I I His one hope' now svas that sinrecognie n' .
(1 And.. smile svht-nevrryou can. hope he I is not 1i81.t." I I 111'11' d.ui-el illie him to .. Ye-s ; i'1 mostly' walt/es. 1 have I played Ilil. and yet( Unit sva- ;a i < i i
He j is over there," said her ('018 ':8hiithI. their tasteless, ila\li: tirrooms fl./of lilt with these IIC'I' before. They are good, fellow : lianfiv 10111'IJ. The pl.i"" I .
Why should you dread to-morrosv, pointing to( svbere I tlH I hero of tho t event t 'tVfl4itriitIy (' 'I 1(81 (.rilldoll. svould,I have stared at him I *, and i I we can get on vety well I I know raisciisoincfce't from hall, and I b"< '
And thus despoil to-day ? the centre of a "ympatlily.ingnnd admiring in umnx" mcnt now. thc\'IIl' sorry for Inc" I most prominent (,I 11 t the plm; i iin i- i
For when you borrow trouble ('I'lw,1 The place( se-eme'd fiI (,It' children! of all .oThl'', not lu.1 time certainly," wild, !1 which the girl WI dane>iug' s\a I'
You always, have: toIL pay. "I I :.hlliel so like to' speak: to l1II-lo itg('!alt six.".". and in .I.ill' !stages of dirt Heron Ardicr. nt his watch. "HI Ihl'Ilatlorl.1111 she, Mood din.-- i
i is a oolol.llIInxilll, know he i IM not hurt." she said ('II (' and I raggcdiiessThere, vas nothing arlull,1Ihal you ktTow what I've Statin- I. any 11'll'lt she mi, bt i ,' .
; Which 1<11'111,11"[ often \prcaehcdDon't -- I svill bring him over here," said llennArcher. I svas 'not wrddl"lllId I hilclu11111 unsightly ton ?" Iii take your Il'Ihilkilr' 'VI'-'l' I lii'iu-and I Ih'I'? lie ..I'' .
eross the bridge before you I "TII crosvd, j"I! dispersing' you!see : i but I Heron I! Archer, spoke) pleasmttyto "Yol, ir1! all the { raised d'svell on the hUllatiol HI.h a nsvould < '
Until the bridge is reached.You I All there comes I now he i is lot' the svondering urchin, ami H'nll't himself : his (Ihl\, 'YllI/j, stared at his bring. 11' ) lrl 'I'dlll in' ,,.. i'
I II IS : svante-d." 1.1f1111 on t the I ricki-ty chair, i, by t Ilc I fireplace visitor Ul if he thought he had suddenly think of looking at the platform lbto '
be much fishing. I I .
might; ; spared I lie crosse'd over to t the 1 itty. :and made hinisc-lf'soat hioilu;- I they t'O.i1II 1 lakC'1 leave of I his senses. avert his eyes!, but eveiy nn-nn i i
If you svould keep ill iiiiiiii'L'liJ .esil! .The lady wants to. speak to 01. :111"l ; gazed in wondering admiration, amiMr I Yes, I I." laughed: I tPI'(1I'II'r I amusedly. !stole I glance: nt that (OtIII: I 1I"I < ,
thought; ) that good and afraid svere hurt" she aid.: : *. Murphy! ln-relf forgot to bll,1 for her I .Whv not ? I 1,1.1) fli1lS wil. and: Illl' 111 who danced 1-| ,
Arc alsvays )here combined. No';yon, sir, not a hit, thank* to you" sail osvn negle-ct and nntidinc-ss. I HI'r"l Archer t really I seems! 10 t II' cursed the fate that held him he-re, ,-!, i .
svithi.tIIOtIgII Ill'll
I There) niuf be something! the lad grateful I tit,"'t believe I've got learned 11 about tin family.. The father 1111.1'11! in I knesv of oiti-vhiirhi 1 don't." to I hal-III'IIIIIl'I.' while any of the
And ; : you from roll in wealth' so much as a bruise." worked I" compositor! at a printing' ollice in .(tb, sir, you cannot 1101-11.1 I thing ; ill"i less vapid t throng were free to SV.M >
You )may' mis vur'I'Iiut. casket The lad, svith the dust and mud of the road Fleet; street ; Jack t the eldest, 1 lad 1 of 18:!. not fair to give you trouble ; youhizt't !smiles and seek her hand in (lit' dilI'' I
I precious' CV&-!: health.And )I. on hi" 101'1 clothes) nnd, Ioal'l alil" and I face, sold (lowers tool fruit in the streets ; the intermediateaged been always much, too good, to me a* it signal wa given, the music !struck up' 'I|,

'oll'rl'1-lroll and !sturdy lo"kIII\'lhili: but an inviting object ; hit children went I to school ; the is. My I life i- oil long) debt 10'Ou." I'lianically be played the selection fr in, I
though :
have I 't' ; I III lady's'f.ice full of "Wle(01111.,111! younger' ones tumbled about in the dirty "Nonsense. I have done lile enough." 1111'1 before him. and uselessly he -tr.\i, -
You : an I'llIpl.I'"r
(AIIll'arlh miy t has 'many t trials! and sympathy, ) a" she I ')II court at home. There svas nothing, ; \pathetic" exclaimed 111'01rc'hll'. sadly: at khi\ fll turned asvay%' from t Ihl.I -
Which) I consider worse). beard( in ('(,1 1." of I time many more of I tin or sad: in. t lie story ; it svas onlv "Il very t the wasted 101'111 all features bl'forl in the 10"1 below.I'.ut .
Hut whether joy or sorrow events! and trouble" of his life than that onaccident. <' e-eiinnion-plae-e very drears' ami very often him. in vain. He-spite his elfoits." )li, ;.. ,
mortal to be beard ; hiindre-d ami thousand in the I In hi" heart' he knew, how little benefit solves, his eyes would turn to that i-.nl'
''I'willlllal.c Kill up( vour YOIII'alhway span.brighterTo She got hi* address and bought; a" InIY g/'C'IIlI.'. and suburbs lived, similar Use-", could be done him ; how short a span of life grace-fill figure, wit h her crown of ,i- -
Miiilo whcn-vcryou, \ can.ii.mnoii' : of hi* primroses' as:i svould (ill her basket, : similar fates, told similar] stories remained for,) the troubles t and perplexities! of bail and. snowy)' floating I't'h.. \
: nnd paid him treble the value of her pureliae. Heron .\ 1'.11'1 1'1'\\I that well.These I. earth.Thcr. !standing still while t the !sides ss-i r. -
i 11'0111 lad roof (to, 1-11-1111 t 111'11. ;' was a IIIOfelil'lle.i 'llIl I He I through I their evolution". I Her i-y< i i. \ .
II A ori. 1'Itl3tIosIs. '11'1 e-utting .short his thanks: and, blessings and,! (' the many: -that 101 Archer Irkl' 111'ullh', l carelessly)'IOl/I-lli'l'e-lhIIIIII'' I lb-i l" '
she turned to (the spectator of iitrgeiitle was (enough for them. They' drudged on in "Come( ," he said, I \ made, up, Iii)' .\rlll'rhollel! asvay.: 1111' \\ -
/I.\I'TIn: .-now TIII: KO.MSXCK mosx.: svith a grave bosv svas about t" an niniK".. indill'ere-nt (fa-hilll The-v Wefl mind., I shall like the duty immensely.You 1',1 : !o. Like some 1-lll tin .
Chancery; Lane: i i'l not a very I likely i spot' darilalc pass Il1t I IC'l'fJ1'111 svas not siminded. neither happy: nor wrd..IIl'o, neither '\"con know I ali fOld, masquerading.' This! eyes met and held his, osvn, and : th,
fora romance to have its beginning. There 'I. 1"'ltt'lllIof the I'C"f'\H', ye-t t utter wil 1 be, a new (hardl'rlo come out in. (Jive .distance that separated them \allo' .in,
is no poetry about it. I It i is a long) unsightly, Pardon me," he said: abruptly.' "Tbisia i'4 harreiine-ss: and 11\lvlill'1-\ such nilexistoncc li' the II.II' glance' of mutual lecognition. -I.) .
dreary ,street filled, at certain times' of t the neighborhood for a lady. (Can I IKof !('('II', to I Hl'rolI'l'h'r I a more You arc only jikitig.si r surely,. pleaded remembered. him lie ('Iultlloll.t no Icn,' ,"
lay\ svilh II0i"(11111.1. 'bustle enough, as whitevigged /1Ijh further assistance- you ?" pitiable fate. Ilallhe( sharpness of utter poverty the young man. ul'I"I.ili) any one 1 fora burning wa\'e of ( swept up (to Inbrosv -'
\ ; I barristers: hurrv along t the narrow "No ; I thank you," she !said grneefiillj : the pall" bitter struggle.There you kl"\happened to be at the bal?" and the startled glance told its nssntale.
pavements, their hands filled svith briefsand but firmly. I knosv my W:"'. I am ('1(151tO ( nothing, tl ,do here, lolhill to I Thee is 11 chance of Ilal I I no :.
law papers' or business! men I run dosvn Lincoln's 111 Field", and I(;.lalll'llIY: relieve-, nothing to e-omfort. one in this neighborhood ; l"'l'l if 1 1\111' recogni.ed His I 11'11.t beat high, despite the pain auth l
Oil their way to Fleet I street, or t the t trallic of father there. well enough," thesvoman, said. I should not care. I would only be IJllllialiol, that oppressed him. .\ least
carts' and (',ill" and omnibuses, and :such plebeian lie l'IIIllot say more. He would have "Well I enough I No wOlller the vi iittr.siglietl one eccentricity I the more my friend- to lt lil'lnll'l hil. That Ih".1; *
vehicles, wend along to the wider I thoroughfares given to have detained, her-ti thinking I i low hopeless it seemed to chronicle., svas "Wl''t hl' 'old olhl'I:, though ja\
; beyond. have al'.lllllt( sweet low voice-to have urge her to make things,. 1 ltll.Il'r.! (to ogivee'leanliness .YOUI nets of eccentricity are all noble her IHij11111 kept his bead: turned rl'1-1
A group of t hIITI'Itcr""CI'C: standing one ga/ed; again into the soft shy eyes, but he alit! tidiness tlc ( and I and generous,"" lie murmured "How few the I rest of the t dance.Wiicn .
spring morning under the I gloomy arelisvay hallo( \pretext to de-lay her. He could hit neatness to the elihh'l'II. I l I not believe of your friends, know you really as you are?" it WI over t the various ('oullIJ
I leading, to Lincoln's: Inn. They! were svigged! her bosv, and, svatch IloJral'IIIilIrc that prodigal 1 one day and !lilt i It j is just as \l.1 they oil) not," said Heron gnu to promenade around the '
1 1i and gowned, and talking i eagerly together;: of ,Illrl through the / archsvay and deprivation at other times was good,! Archer, I No man I bears being Archer lilt\.t that slight figure svith anxious
1I.i some case of! peculiar I j interest svhich svas occupying 'alli-I it-for him-all t the sunshine antIhrighitnts management : hosvever, lie wa> too wise to turned inside ;011,' you know. There is always wathf11 e-yes. She elid not make the,
,I. t the p"hlicIIind.. of the young spring III '. urge anything at present.. He sat there and a little t something about ourselves circle thl''OII., but1"'cult t svith her
'Here I comes! J Heron Archer," exclaimed That wa* low (the romance be'gau. chall',111 t them all, and made friends winch we like to keep dark. Hit we II'I partner through : ( 1lllllg to the re
ono of the group. "Looks! as if i he IIII/In C"l'l dirty crying I baby, and! yet he wasting time. i I gets late, and I must go freshment-room. With I, / heart nnd
posver of work on hand, doesn't he ?" could: not summon tiI (-tlutrag(' to ask', Jack 1 home and tOIII'I\'lIllg dress. Where dowe eager gaze I be watched I I her i renppearanee.Hosv .
. The young man alluded was! svalking) I Heron ,\I'hl'rl'lt back to his ('iihlnlc'rsiii : (that ole question) burning on his, tongue. 1-i-il I galc'r\ he envied! the man by her side ; bosvbe
leisurely, along. He Haw the little knot of (the Temple, 111 Ihc'l sat himself dosvnnnd Ho rose at last to go, and his eye fell upon a ; Ihel i form I believe." wondereel, what he was !saying to her, or
talkers, and recognizing two with a tarciessIltiti Ilpllo bring, hit mind to the work be large bowl of primroses in the window.He Whew- .1! ThcI the guests have I full!! she to him Thl'I again came the, summons
svas about to pass by. had,! Mire-ly no work in legal pro I bent over them for / mlllHlt View of us ?" to play, and ns! the plaintive i wait/ nil rose
"tHayrl"her," cried 011('. "Jlavc you flliOI entails the t perpetual II'awill, 01 "Have 'oucr "l'l lady again ?" YI'. Pra\don't (carry out your word", nnd fell, he snsv her ngain floating round
Imnrd how Cray1': Wood I is going on ? Your every available sheet II paper, girlish he ,I svith a curious wonder thu. \ :any thing happened' that might the l'uOI to (the melody his lingers! gave
friend has not a leg to !stand Oil" 1I'ote. whihn" t the, sole Iis(' II' time i that lkl'IIIJIllh', throb in so odd a fashion make 11\'J' it ?" forth.
Have you turned him into n o irccnsviehpensioner Ii higers Illt Heron Archer 11,1l as I he waited I for the answer. t"Oh Heron 1''t lauIII1 .TI t n'l if anything The situation svas! torturing in the extreme
already ?" asked I Archer with i t a that Illorilg.lId none of, the drawings yes, sir !" exclaimed Jack enge-rly. ('011.1." lie ll.lly. "Nonsense, and as (the hours svent bv and! he !sasv
smile, as he paused;( h"illt'lhe111I11 who had !llbll'll lol! them, all up in dis- "She came round here the very. next da,'. :Ilallllol; mv mind!, is laeh. up. I will be her 1'011110, Iei'pI'II. surrounded, all met
I, addressed, him. Heron I Archer vas a tall lt h.t-al. save one !ktlhhih dis So kind she svas, too, and gave mother I half great 111,11'\\ I 1-hal come round I 1010 W no 11'11 her a"l'lll'll"'l''', and
well-built i I young fellow of some six 1111.1twelll pleased hil 1 t than t the one' a sovereign to buy some' clothes for the baby and bring your guineas with. 1('. If Igot could, guess nothing the ;.IJll imrningin
j ty years, svith nothing i very remarkable, asvay III a drasver: of his writing alI spoke so nie-e to m(', and wanted to you a ileputy now you would be I loser her young! passionate IH'I'I. he felt that,
about him save his powerful figure and a table, ami I then in a most unsettled frame of knosv if I 1-11 (-0110 I do anything for me. I by the transaction." his self-imposed! task grew eae-h monunt?
; certain: / /),I-hllll/llrl',1 expression of calmness mind he put on his hat and svent out to get told her as liii I should like to be errand .I would rather,lose it twenty t times i over more hateful and i irksome' that i svas almost

and determination, about the 18('('. The I some hild... boy in a shop and she said she svould( speak sir, than that 'Ol!-llul,1 l'l'IC'I't your deter IJl' 'ol.I.lli", strength to carry it through, .
clear\ gray eyes and\ short-cut hair and droop- i svondcr if I shall everse-e her again ?.. to lair t father about i toe ; and 1'1 sure !she initiation of to-night. lint; ('everything must have an end, and,nt
\ i iuj; moustache svere just j I the characteristicsof : he thought, impatiently.It won't forget, t though she do seem a grand! I 11-lalloL I repent,it," laughed t the young last the I final, waltz svas em the desk. How
many an Hugli: 'h/llall. and 1 it is probable' svas strange for I fae-e to haunt l.illl1-0. lady, and svas dl': l..I1o be'autiful, and had hlll hllmcln'll\< !ood-hy! holy gladly I he I played it-what 1 svde-ome relit f
that I in a crowd I nc .me svould have t thought He svas lot a man svho held women of much lots of gold! money in her purse." and go to bed nlI! /1 I 1-la1II..k to fed each bar, eiidi I page brought hi/llI'lr-
of !singling\ him out as being in any way aci'ount. or ever trouble-d his head about $II' told you her name, I suppose, ?" ]r. Leigh to look I in to-morrow." er to the ('oldllial of his unpalatable,. duty
: r rI hotter-looking or more remarkable) than his t Ihl'l; hit now, suddenly ', he ('ollleilot put ojuiestil tutu' the visitor svith w.1 I assume-d, .\in! without waiting to hear t the. grateful Thl'I out crashed (!od !save the (Juccnl",
rI fellosv-men. this pale I ssveet face out of his I i 1illl. or VLtrelesMlue. thanks the invalid would have uttered, he and he wits free to go free 10/'lll h011
I Yet he was so unlike most of his i friends cease to hear the 1,11101 I tluit Ilw, iuii.irai, I No, sir ; she didn't." hurried from the room. and chesv) the cud of sweet and bitter, fancies :
!winy
I !,, ,' and associates: as to have: won the appellation voice*. The voice I 'l Jl''iahoIII'a"I'11 his .Nor where she lived ?" All throughout his nnd wish, svith vain fierce wishes, that
I of "cci'cntrie.: t "" and almost every one rather exacting fancy one X 0, sir." Ar.-hcr a 111home Iron lie had never placed himself in so false 1
never
gave "l'rill'
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svho' knesv him declared there vas: something weakness': it svas t I'la PI'rlt'l. I'wl'IIIOU',1lllal'1 ,I I feels a* i if the world 1 1 had eccentric. ; it good[ jokl he position. The money was in his hand, and
about the young: man IIlhlllllll (Quixotic \ voice, and! he heard one l'm\'II"llt'llr Il''olIdl'r dark and empty again. He thought. and 1'II'II it would \a1 benefit 1 his poor consumptive with rOi youngStannton's roll! of III1Ild, r
I and clever, though he wa".1\ queer fjllow like this.Hosv takes leave of til family, and with a bunchof 1 protege, in \hol he had a his I : arm lie hurried emt of the tin i Mi ng.) At
enough; all t the! same.Kven ( it lingered on his ear: all t through I Hintday primrose-s'" in his hand (the pretty ydlosvtlosvcrs most unusual interest for years fll to I t the entrance u t a crowd I of cubs and I i I carriagessvere :
: '1I)\\', as he stood I listening: I to the : I losv many time be found hilll"elf"azi : alsvays associated now svith anything awkward or ii (' lats still I vtuit ilig. I it' paused 1 110111111
chatter of his frieml" bis : svcrii roving I into vll'ailc11'1).1' i in a vague' 1'1 \ : I ,\ that he '
eyes I' her) goe-s asvay through the noiy dirtycourt to hini"clf from such an act, it was a probability "ag11 hope might !sic ( thee
t'lli h.lrrnhl'al'l',11I1'' svith masses of sweetpah 111'11. yet ulsrnys laving t that I same: :softiiittSiC al.1 so home (to his lIIII.111'l' that never crossed hi" mind lie was 11r' she left was in his mindHi'I sasva
r ; primroses, and then to the face: oIho\ I floating Ihroll Ihl li l II imagination accustomed i to do, strange I and very gentleman call I a cab, II.llh1! t u go back to
buy !soiling them I and while he appeared tobe'listening and I thrilling t ) bis sshole svith its IIOf'Charity had! brought him no reward this i ever troubled IIi Ihilg' nil explanation the portico for tsvo t ladies, one, elderly and
I to the I intricacies of Cray vs.' spell rarely shiav let! doake-d svith tin-
time of them. had: grown :accustomed Ill great are ;
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Wood his", thoughts worn !speculating as to I. Pooh, this i"" all iionii.i', I !Ial f"lgt : II. to his ways by this\ time, and ceased other-yes, it was-the myterious 1-ht..
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bow many of those hunches: the I boy svouid her IO-111'W" he :said svith I, angry impatience to wonder when anything eccentric or startling who luttl I1o changed I Ih'alilllll"(11 tenor
lid I in :such mi unlikely locality as this, as besought tii"('taI'hI that night. I He* AX Kl'CKXTKH': : 1."ollTIOltlhl'r readioil their of his I life'i A mass 0 was
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where men had no leisure to listen t to na had t forgotten other \0111 so e-asily-had .\ week went by, I hit, despite thepress .1 j is the earsHe possible for legal round her head and I shoulders 1,1, tinygloved
I ture's! messages sent from mossy' Io\lIk'lIlIl,1: l'al..1 for; them so lightly svliy :holllc it not of business and the I tact that lie svas at wnrtal argued his friends. IIJ. He hand rested lightly on her (''II'IIi.
dim, green wo.uls, I but I thought; ;only of work be the same now ? Why ? \ & II' could last retnine-d I on I great and! i important, case, I profession two, !straws for his, own inter ion's arm. Herein Archer lll'Ilis hat low
cares
mrl /IInlle\-"l'tlin" not anssver t that question; ; he only knesv as Heron Ardier ('01111 not get this fancy%' out never." 0\1 his brosvs, ilnd !lrailt'.1 cars (to
You sliould have: ht'ar.1'lIl11nl": \ speech."" 10I'Jrr.I111, yi-t to-morrosv, passed on, of hi.mind. t'st" Archer paid no heed and went catch theAli reel ions given to the cabman.
N.lilllerhl'l.t I Ur,1\"t i ivriing; young\ barrister. and days: came and svent., and tIII11 '" hum That fair.'l'l.t fae-e Moated forever Iwforl BllUl'rn still 1 in his So it was no wonder L- rectahla! Yale."
'. I It svas lirst-rate-ithd neatc-a thing 11i"llelll',1 I 1\'('" and stir of life svas about him, ali he did hiieyes. and I haunted his il reatns. :I.h an on nWI way. '111 said, ood-hy.
that friends and acquaintances gave upwondeiing 1 hin'ryoi'c' ( I
his usual work and tried his ttuualself experience tei his I life i and perplexed
:: to. Thl'rl'l'all be no question as to to 11111' svas nesv i at him and arguing with him at has b'C'I 101-t delightful evening. Ii
tho issue of the I jh had. that t a tli III W h'rl' and worrie.il him accordingly. He hl'lIr,111 "
ease now.( W you 111'1'a" ( last, and suffered him to take it unmolested.That i many thanks till the tickets, nut! the cub
idle in it all.Nothing. and morl'of the girl, amiol gradually
> Ixvii In cmirt. Y.IIIro .such an do:.;. more sasv no he i I drove
l Why, bless the nun !1"' lie exclaimed III svas the :same 'quite.. TIH.II\lr began to (think i unlikely he shouldelo \1.just men want what and! w/h"1 I js I oil.That was Till. Yet no, not quite all, for
11III1I.ement.$ svhere's. he run (IU' to? I I-hv'. had gone out of life, and it sva* cnl, il ilid. so. thing) many decorated, with I lying o ill t dose to llemnArcher's 1
Jove-the li'iy's down !1'' commonplace.One S One c\'clil.t.i ) j just as be was putting( li.I A large, .lofy hal, 1J.ulr "I'I, .a\'III'lt.' of faded

f What pliu-ky; thil"t'I' he's: got him evening lie bethought hinisdf suddenly !. bis papers aud! thillkill ot leaving oil w.rk II osvers, ; a inviting, wellpolishedlloor to lowers of I'ni hiii'OS'S.! They must "'boquet! tidl1 I 11'111'1'
p out I" (''(('181 IlLtL t the aroused \Pullins.\ of t the barrosv of primrose1' and remembered for the day, a 1I0l' wa' brought to I by a looking very of and i-, elress mi !-11 Mcppt-el iiito) the (' I
.. dancing I''I : emptiness lt'
a space l
also I that he had I"Iad! little t few hastily : ;
Hl'I' how I that horse is kicking-he eaiitr tl r.lggI..lurldl. 1 l'oltailC't t and \'pl'II'ra lights rellected back bynumerous snatched t thl'1 up is' miser might
hold him. L.'t's ami, And 1 dress lie resolved to and, : bini they evidently gave t
1 go help. 'regardless go 'l ; perhaps 1-1'rwh.d lll'' mirrors t this was t the scene t that Inatdll'llt guild They were I prerimis'
1(11'1
I of dignity: and svigs the four friends the girl had already: done, 1-1; he might him deep I'olll''rl. for lie put em hi* hat, met I Icroitirrhier's; l'n'i he entered (lieIarhlllrtIuughu than gold to him. He>thrust them into bis
rushed to the scene of the accident. hear of( learn where she 1"1 The lockeil 1 his r"ll and vent out at mice.He ) Itooms. He I had exclaimedto breast l. and thl'I. dizzy with confused i I Ii t"'I'. -
i How had it iK-iMirred? Hosv do' street accidents thought was it! I Itul. I He I put i illlll'XI-, hailed the first passing hansom and I the other musicians that Stauntonsvas and tholhls11 plans, he. sprang into u
ever occur? It svas all so !quick\ -soMidden. l'IIlhl without of time. svas ,lrin'l rapidly to the northsve-st of London too ill to come, and he ,, Ollg! sent asdeputy halol dose by, and was driven nil'jilit
The buy hud.. been :standing; by his It svas about six t o'clock whl'l I be left his I lu a small, 'mean-looking street of t this and though they had : home through the l.ale'l''t dawn of tin
/.. birntsv a m uu.mt before, a subject otVp,>ctilatiou chambers, and svent on hi* 'rrl"1 Such. district( he alighted mil! dismissed the cub. evident; wonder and rC'imrl.lllillwilh spring day.
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Vi its had I A few I the :street brought him to the tn'al',1
till I Heron Archer's wandering I thoughts.Sonif were nothing nesv to hil. I steps up I
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certain sullen deference a" plainly superior
.f. :; one had I beckoned I him across (hestreet. si-ore of poor pensioner; on his bounty, and house he sought. "l CHAPTKU: HI.
Without looking right or left he did! more good in hi quiet) 1I1'1-tl'/tli.lu. .\ moment later and lie svas b""tlu'er to thl'I"lII \.I in Ill) WII assumed j.
darte! 1 acnxs, and the I next instant svas lying fI: hill thll many 1 ,millionaire svith his a slight young figure lying, on : : any : ) or for he II\liii iiiliny )- I HOW TiE ROMANCE .::I.II: .
I them ,
under/ I the hoof-s of a horse tjuick as I lightning pompous' donations.: 1'\11 there i is more inchanty 1"101. i Ii.IllI'll blu" I room. I In one corner lent II IU\\'t" to "l'/'I'l' svas I It svould be impossible to describe (1'
I Heron Archer had: !I'el the danger and than mere IUII'-lhU the actual stood a littered 1\1 svith music. all way ll.rl'lr to representedhimself. amount of Ilf.lolHIlilr i svhich He-run I .\1 1dlt'r .
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) riishe 1 to I the rescue. I Il. strong hand, svason momentary relief 1 i'hily. 1"'t' -ilit''. the iu-trumciit. though )plain was solid and last I \'ioll..I' inth.t UMII himself "
the reins. I IK> 1. ,' I ,' allil.a; back on .\ kind! svord, a tukl'l.of i-ympaths /smile good of its kind and looked igularly out "I The people began: to arrive at in large t I he Il'xt %l'as too gene:
its haunches the iii liii ,' of occasioning cni'oiiragemeiit, an ""I* 'lplr"I' place among tin- shabby furniture (,I II/IIbl'n. 11111rll'r sat with there at the I to let his invalid protege :mow wl.t lileeuitnic .-
a nesv catastrophe by the I upsetting tion of 111:11.'I: 'rl" to I"kt'l:: ills room."So. piano: :11! wltdl(1 th/ a certainimiisid ue-timi 'had cost him, and so in
it and of hift'-aII ill suffering ," :said [ ile1tl'rt'lrl>t'lth' one of t lielilateN light of his evening's itiiteuutture d-
(it' the hln"ll cab to svhich h'IIlgI.II\/11/ temptations tlue. svhich you are ; again I attetil and I ordered 1 as
the boy slipped, like an ei-1 1 thiMiigli; the ('I t so little( to tingiver. linger I 111"1 I in the 1 liroirlll'r "ltlv. us lie bent over the 'l'rIOI iIs brought him the SUI for which he had pMI -> "'
: .! the to play a waltz, and while his ling-
plunging ho.if,. (' mind of the revipieiit than: the, gold I which young 1111. I am :sorry to he-ar it. h/.1 de-arly.
11,1'lialt'li I ifotes
ere 11U:; Ihl'I.I''W'lt II i. p.inipoiisl offered ;111.tl, illtr.II" Iwrl'Ih.1 TIl pale wan face lit up brightly at sight irs struck tIl 11,1 the powerful full I rh\th. Yt the quick eye of the faithful youth
mic brought out sweet melody,
'"illll"IIih to give Isi'tIII'l'. Sn far ,' (equivalent for any other express-on of of the welcome visitor ; the youmr manmade touch semi) Ihs'o'.tt 1 th'f'1" something ani"ivith -
Hut the hal"'ll'l\ an l't'lp.ll. and sympathy.After) an effort to l'ist'. l ut sank back directlyWhile (the pianist's eyes 10\.1 carelessly from group ( (. Amidst his own pain
I half hour's he violent( tit eif shook him lo group of the II'il tloating figures, mllIl' md! Weariness he that
there
that occupant w.I"lall.'hl'I, the horse an svalking found! the u (coughing; saw svas glonnunlshadow
wa released it 1-111)\.1 manv: signs of court be svas in ,so.irdi .'. It W'I" dark 11,1f'II. I from limit to foot.The was l'OII'iol that !iI',! "ti hl.1 for himnew on tie noble face lie loved ,nut
t, temper; at the treatment it had\ received, 111.1 and fii of 11 .,-,,,bll'! teienu-nt'at: one strong mau by 1 hi i'. side lot ikiul svith n Iensatnn. It di::iroscd Heron .\rdUr wasw "'
r.IlroIIIIl' .snorted and shook! I its head, ,>f svhich paused alit! 11".I'1| inc.vpivssihlicompassion, at the slight figure, Dance after dance followed now. Heron to:o be as l'alll\11! careful as onlv frank. Inn
I altogether h'han'III, I a manner quite lliI. .\ thin' Illt"II111111 ,11' the .1.Ilr. I, I h,' thill pale lac-. and delicate, attenuated Archer' lokl' less at the 'Iall.l'. and more ct ami! untroubled, natures ('ati be. and'vas '
t'tl'il i.j:; a wdl-hrukl'l bunion ('lh horse.IVr'i "I>es ln' here?' he asked., I feature. it his music, though isis. thoughts Wl.r. far8I8) > not hypocrite enough to hide his mi- -
e," !:1 svas nesv to the business. -.," ""\llrlh) W"I.I.., surveyingher "UI"" lie "till," In'li.1! 1 see what it .'nough from either and! his lingers mess Iul'sfllhI -.
'I.i lady hl't'.lllllrll"1 She appealed to \ iillrilh evident surprise. I is ; you have e-aiuhl I 11':1 .1,1 again. Younnis't "11'.' did their work with. mechanical preci- knew you svould I repent if : 1 fi-H
11r 1 '.1 .\ ,' : to Is he in ?_'I I see him ?" he continued.The take care of yoiir t for I day or t \\0. i i"ii. It must husi- been nearly 11 o'clock, taut of it," said the in valid looking sadhit
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(vLsl.. "This i io I horrible 11"11-11'I I WoII:1 rei.irded him doubtfully.'. You wi [It' 1111'lt again then. \Vhat i is it ,, w hl'l In .uddcnly ,to.lllI to rl'I'h, 1 set of I his friend's (.1ll" for friend I i indeed I,
\, h,' '" frightened to death all the tini"i 1 l have, 1'ht' lad, lus'm !('1 doing anything: 1 II'a" for \ll lumvr.s I Iviug on 1 .:, 1./ tinplatform.! .\, j Ih'rlurdwr 10'1 to 111 in the tnn-v: -
IJ" '" in the cab.' %v r.aig, has be !" he questioned anxiously ; .!II'IXolvl:, *>> unfMtiinutesjti., I .I i lie turned liuito' hi- seat II. ,'yei, fell mi if that much li"u, svord. \'"It .
I 11 I er face. was very p.dc. Tvso $fclghteiusl I I or nuyb..' you're om of Ihl'll ..!!IIIII'IIhl the ," ,I faintly. "I I laid udi a goodengagement ; I group just forming into tin- figure at bi, 1111 one who knew 01.; i has tr-.n
cv.'s in.'t I Ihl('all glr.iec of the young I bar- I'hal'' ugin." for to-night mid up to an \'nllf the room. He i-iaii.-d ;,* i'a. pi-to| j ,'ou ; am I not right ?"*
I, IL need "llh! ) second bidding.S ,1 1," ho aivl svitli his !pleasant smile. luna ago I svas in hopes 1 sli! mid bo able to I >hot Imdstnu-k I hln. Thenin I!iu- :Ilr-! If'rolrdltr looked asvay fr"l tin
.4 : iji." lie said sternly t I the man. .You i i .. J H ith 1 your ,uppositions are svrong. 1 onlysvant keep it. Hut I s>t-it is no u-,-. 1 wrote to I Iiuh .1 the lhb-thl'J', facing a (}Iul.li"nilg fa.l. Y(V Itili.lnt )la--
are ;t very l..dl'3"lrin'r.\hsd iiu busiiu'vi to see if Jack ha,aot't'r theetlectsiifhis you, 1 thought you might help me. I tried I yanN ,l lalt. zt..1 l I tinobject ,if IlisIt.al.1. ( .Oll erne ; hIl i it is 11 matti-r. '
like this accident the laii11.lt dtputJand cemld not. I was to Ids lilt dreams these two l harm
i t ) c )me dashing d\vn u trcvt other l\ Are you to gut a th"uLht. s 1( tunic t Itt vex ytillI.
It at t'l.rat a I .a' you;!'* her?" have tWI gUil.I:. It I is siuhaloss tl lilt' \ h1at :ll' tal ;in,' tn her Iartlr. What troubles ye.u is lli' trouble -
TU: : m r* m.I.".nme! mlky rejoinder, but :0 Ye". An* you 11i" '-'It''Ilhlt.ocllt': : It I j. : you know "O/l one who can nul her face wan tl.11 I :11.1ht1. turned uissvered' t the young t-adly. "I '
liCT >t li"ll.1 j ; his steed ut that 'r"IIIII' ortlr uf, svliik kept thu horse I'ro.u running, uvtrldiii tai, II)' place'; UIIit U >uvi! ,hurt until. way frlll the Will "tronjrtt' 11(1 other friend I in the mal world you'f! .
I and' Henm Archer 1 I I toalight. ,?'> .lt' t\flainu-d 1 with 1 iddI '1"1','rn .. A. U." the ball. .f Heron Archer .(\ (. I and ilul,, I i w"llII IK otranire imKi-d 1\if lit '
h She trembled 1 wry UUH h. \.*. "WUHall l WII'J r 1 1lTqn.7 t::.,. as he u .1'(' more |1.1.1 his I'.t. the ful vcre grateful for ul) tl"J'ndi, S'.OI<










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i. thll .1l'KtiON\'II.l.1: 1 :, :
.,. 1.1I1'111\ blindfold, n .path that was strewn on her sheik I liluill, shynit 'idil ( J' JlIIIII:11,1,1\\\: '. 11.
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I''l' I \\1',11111. "ilencctl him with I I an inipn- I with victims to the .luggiinat.t of f.iKo 1'11"I eves that Ilallulkl..1 MI proud" 1'011111 -
.I'I[ 'r Irehcr lie hated thanks or outlI pohtitude tom,'' answered 1Il'l'1I11l'dll'r.. "I like! tohave their'lat 1 inciting On and alter Momlay, May!, ISMI'I'rhut'son 1 : ; .I \
turn' ri-sture. nnd woultl have always: avoidVl'll'enoniny 1' : 111l''l'4 unhandainod: to ace my wav: 1',1,111111'( '.',-.ill. !111'1.l.t !there Ibis 1-0.111 will inn daily as li.I"w1: .- ,
{,,' < ., dear lufoi'oino: ; to Iii 111\\\' where ,..It'h'I'lIl1i.- was no within tin in now.
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hl'clI 1 :"T.Leave II
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1" I I' 'I the lKilg.i.athadhconin\ <<1 5(011lealsunl( \ ) to what cadi motion tend I: I "I l have an old aciUaintaiuo| of" YtII'1 (!tointiodiiic H'I:1 .11A t tu.
saidb.shl'ully ::<
; slue 1
JlI'.11'rbict', : Lake ( 7
to. l .ilr..I:1
: C weary d.ijs .j 1IC'I' "'It.IL a restless, unhappy' being >on\ jon \.1.
his heart tIlrutlieIIVreslbe; the other. "I I \' me ? ........ L'JU)
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lived-tho longing must he, then, laughed: ; : \\il 011'011ih 11'.lIII.II.
i had ; in : Indeed, ........ I I'Is:: pmAnivo t
III lilin-clf to the street and trust. te, wIIIIIIIIIIL di.nigo l'nIP'll' ('('" with you for : lake one : II li.lllwl"1 all ho Ll.nn.lllI II. S. :11,1iit S'I' : .\JISII :

tI go fM' another glimpse of her-l'allll'; something, old ho.v Hut IIOa tnuolotlust1 I It it su-niul to him that I"I 1 I UNO Oak) ...... HIM) ,. -'-_. _
rh.11' e "" Mrongly that he nt last usolvedI t g.ave: !'oil" l'l'i.". 1 have something; t to t: 111'1:1-111101; some. cold disolato 1 1.Iltl"I'I hackin Leave l Live Oak........ .'..':i I \.11. f fFoH

over, him I to" it. 1 Ho[ took the I train to 1 Edge,0.id : I till.von. IM.VO'U 1'1'1111'111111'1'( IIlll'll\\: ', omomonths I \\' \0111.11\,1 ( and find. led himself in his now Lea NO l'I..I.I......... .... :.IS p.m.Leave \il leave It'11.11 Kl't' t
ytrl(1 and I'l'eut t there walked overtuAiii.li \ ago! III"\\', when you l'II"hl'II'lIlIoIl'\\ I hi: 1111111' 1111'1' 11I11'l' ) f
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\1'\11', xavealad. hut sdlingp.imroses" the 11,1 I tic-no gn:iwing pain EII\.ill... .. :1.111. [ [: !
He knew' muhingoftnc ncigIlhilt I I' !hoi V" hoofs to I throbbing 'i\v; : : [IVIUY: : 011\
Pale ; .. O1JI'\XK
of and illthtIl I of I that suddi and hopeli-s lo\o of Ins.s Leave ladi..II.... .; \1:1 \.1. : .
illnt H'arl'ldll -
" bor, ,,IP><><,1 l. by I wish II",! at I last l ; \'u,4" exclaimed 1111 I 'on .\1'1'111' o.igoily, I >ho paueil beside I l tho I pi mo. ami there sat Leave ( in-cnvillc:..... S.I.1 *> p.m. FII.\ l

it a'1 1raIgetatlr0luttanre I came over I himit as he sut down the glass! he had:. him in the. ,I \11111"1:111111. : I radiant 1'11111111.,1 look LIMNO .\I.iln....... .. i.Ut! > p.m. i
tested I then1 I lormanv
had 1 I
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hi f.ieo: ,
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: that he was Nery neatly! '"I'I'! ut of laising\! to his lipsWill ) 'n lot Lea ) ........ li.jo) p.m.
nl\'l'r"C I \ t' .
ti setting fool Wllhlllil.III" thin I date s.,y \1I1111:1\'c: not forgotten I ,i long: day Idn"I. I'Oll KIJY: WlXl':: HAVANAiviitYonniisATUiDAY. I
biik without cvin I ..... ft .M" j \XI
introduce .
to 111I1 ,
need _
tho hansom l'? is: no y"l. [l'a\ 1'11. 1.1.
he still stood I, I looking, IVith 1 I longingMsilovvn ; the I lady who was: in 'hl'I.t : .
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While : :
sue.hesnii, ( and ,'1'1111'hl'l ...... .
the street, jet not d.ningto ycnttuc \\hat ol her' askul! the voting\ until I lliillg Leave Lhnd1" 7,1311.u1. .
(. indilleiem. ll.ough his in whom ol fills 1' shame evirfound (.'haires' .. t
through it. I Ihodoor of one ol t the I villasnrar with1'11':1111111',1:' 1t1ill hands Leave "li'l.1'-1' -" --- '
was"poned I ; a sliiiht I.:!:I .\'011111.1:111'1'::: heait throhhod! \ wil.II.at the mere nuntionol I a ic-sting phll'.houk, ( undoistnnding waimlj: at Anivo Tallahassux.: :- .'_>:i p,I I--:

'tine ilt)\Nn t tit. steps, anti in another see-ond( .the I idol of hi" du'ani." I l with tho this\oiing, II ilII. l.rlyr't'allahassr......... S't JMII. h PARSONS l tN. HALi:, AlIt, i

;|lie,: \\':is face to lace with the object of his vv.i"' [It'no:* ;hs 11'lIrillll"< a pi'isonago thing, thin said: (the tin nil iMiownelI'ulliiiH u'r, who t 1 I last His that eyeS tinned was mi appoalinglv to In'r. "\.11 LIMN: Midway......... !!> :>!p.in. M"t! (Vtlar Kiy, Fl.i.sir.io.111:1 I

tlinllgllts. the I tllhltrstlnlh-tto1V," he said in low cainesttone" Irate ( iliil !$* .m.LOJINO -.- -" ,---- -- -- '
Jit-started :lilt 1 colored 1 1 luimiisiy.I The I 1 Hut to l>e'in, at beginning I I.y..i p -- ---- !
him one rapid\, giant :111..1 then was asked' out a lew nuhts uo to :an '.\1 i ia '. ?'It I p.m.Anivo : t44C11E1)QILI: : : %
look that -
girl gave into liit'h the !home' given hv 'It.->. Pialloid Well tier :tike: Hashed him an exquisite : rTllI
,'cI| nth It NN.IS a nioinii.t w << a i Chatta. !h.I.I..I1r,1 pool
he had oniltind !
iiiintioti"Ie; and oxperieiui" of jcais si'modcpivvdid rooms\ vveiecrowdcd! usual: and" .Ineng the I niouthan 1'I.I.1 of him biith I'llI :l lilt ho could I: f'n':.NNII:in{
ilivindv'. 1 tor I (
who
.\ftcrl short imlodsion! iit'I'IIi.Irthrr guests: w'ISt'oillg: lady: sing: \
<1. I ndmcd: hundiiilfi'ld moio xiill\'ling. : | M \In(. MV'tsItlN. ----.* j
l' thc't of nil illtrotinttintl.'e a --
desperate. :she was still !in 1 "l.geul, ,ivor I hall 11,11SI'.l\ -- ,
liar. Inirrjing grew\ along up the toad ho hadHist bowed< --lo,iked, at each' other and, behold, it I'' 1 llow,I lul it lomoabout"ticnsbie' he had asked I ,I Ihtiii:1,'*, l 111'I... ttml f>'ntiiitl>ii/i.) [11'i'.I, ( I I ,h-[ | (''ITV' IM>IAT ) ;

oil the heroine I the h:insoin Kb-did :-Iallllol laterti11, let .. ..... )
t trIVrl'C,1,111111. forthwith lit1 stalled: Wa I and fioamo-iir: 11'1' Loivo Tall ihassoo, .. ... .. .II:.11. Vs_____ _____" '. ______ _* ;
'' and I ulidingto AI'I
him was ... .... .Ki.lOn.ni.
m pursuit i I. .\ fe1II')1II1'111 brought t.'I. you :speak I I do not know ," 1 Leave (Chnltaliood.oo. ..
lui side. :she moved cb-se to the wall\ .is it I Heron .\ v'h't i's f ice was averted hi' glass Hie he-aid of mohow Anivo :M. Minks..... .. ........ ........lutiatu.ttuONui ) :: .
In.. him to pass: ; perhaps\ ..ho pu-"sid to was liftl',11" his lips, but Mr. I I'litlln-M-,'rtain- he said: in a \nicothitlell hI''m'in like play.ingr. anaee'ompanimciit -- .I ,-/i J"/ zL,
I the melodv
those eager hIlIT.\'IIIJ; !loot longed. ly I thought) he had caught: an oxdam.itionnot I to \ '
whom rN: S'I'
dannd \
hesitated, looked uluifr saintly from his fiiend's. << |lips. "Then she came to me 1111' .
.\I'I'hl'l' passed: ,
Hi ion | to her, and was so lull ofpiaise. i.eucc'huttl liiver.... t..0a.m..
asked
i.
However, he piociedcil\ \ t
he 111'
Then, with thcCuirlgeuf: dc-spiir, t"II
bu: < s.e:] inning! n:* her singing Wobeiamegieat ami 1 cannot LcaNiChattahooe'bee... ..:!) a.m. > _
raised his hat and spoke abruptlv: : : was as : ;( 111c ; 11'1'1 J1"I'I1I"-lh. ,:
i is Mt. Pleasant .... .! "MIDI. .
Pardon mo I 1 pivj, hut 1 have: soughtMIIIo : fl'ielll. I recalled to her mind tell all-: 111 : enthusiast Leave > ,r, ,.- 1

loll'I I I have so pitidi( to explain, the incident\ of the luimroseHio\ : : lememborod "Slio: js'! .1I'l'c Il'I'11I'hl'I' Lea\o (iuincy.......... ."i.VJa.m, "\\7 [ l Feinaiidina for JncksonvilU

')pi give me the fivorofa: : ft'w woids with it unite will, nut mud ombariassed: Ittally. LeaveMidwaj'. ....... I;. II11.i11. I ( interniotliato landings .
at the mention( of the occurrence! so I ".1w15110swill\ : I-ought to have I bettor ongagcinc .. -. M 1111 l'allkalll
yliI, I introdueed to 'nts thud dance music, :.lr1vc'1'allahasstc,. .... i.O::<> 0.111.l.oave'l'ttlllha4.ee. on the St. .oll.I'1I', mill. :-a\III1;
with d.. mired th! lt'd.\ was lot 11c
Hiodiew hois-elf\ srtddcn.talcly : :!: 11:1'
up bier lather\ -(queer olll'lJal'-lIlwlY" going to she i'll"illl to speak hl'l fiii-nds, ...... .. .silOa,m. nnd ( 'hdl'.lulI, a" folows :
hauteur."Mr -
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: :; !" she ad: <|imkl.v, "jou II.INO law aboTit somi'thingor otlur I uuividaiiinvitation tu-ni, gives this party that I IIIY pity i.eaVe'hellos'.......... 8.I.J a.in.UMNO 1'ioin }"lIHl\lilll
spoken more I than a rosy words alieady. to their house, and am going! tjioie as I can pl.ij, as 1 havenoNer; had the 1'1.1:111'1': Llojd's....... ,.... !IHHn) .in.Leavi1 .
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\ ami only yesterday it all FOU JACKSONVILLE: AM.
toth.it1'What of plav'iuig ,
bo for to tn-nlurrun'hat do MI.I :say : jet IAIATKA
explain
There can nothing) yon : ; :::
i -
I told her ol Ihat 011gagoment Montiecllo l i !
Aiche'r thought tit'it vva out a"nlt01. : : u; .
heron
,'. Allow mo to <". call' ir1:1'Iliyv1lN1S1)AY.t5: : .:
11I
wlndi I p.i
COIH-I
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)
"I cannot I will not. Yuii must hear nurc1(1thepurpu.chu ho did not tii knowledge at the Mailboroiuh lioonis: and Leave l lltOIl.... !U" ____ .

ill(' !" ho cried pas.iollatdy, foigttling\ ; all \ that, and ih.Mgid; the subject with wh.\t hlI I should hue lost it hit for your kindness Leave;;-\IIi: ilia::.-.-.: .-.:.- ID.Id a,m. 11'01 FenianiliiuxFOU (
prudence and reason in the fear that hl'mi'ht spud 1 he (11111(1. ( utainl.N! fate w.f nirainst:: t and how that genllcluui.. as \'Ol were, ircenvili.,1n,3.ia.nl.:
\ him for henwas this empty-headed prattler tank place, and fat with the hand; 1I\ SAVANNAH NM tll\LEHTO:
"You think 1
leave him now. mentlicrthan \01 nl'
: b.oughf. the next day and, Madison...... ..II.Id m.
what I am. It was all mistake, suddenly put loiwaid into the viiyjilau tutu mo tunic" } r.\1 : F.VIMIY[ FIMDAY.-8T
I ran explain it-only \listen." ho lovotcd. and that without a1, (1I. floit sir, when I told her this her ojosweio\ full i.oavelIhavtll! !(:':":' .::PJ.Vip.m.I : .._t1)n.u1.-? ( --- j _

she:: glow MTV pate. or desire to force' d.iiimsta.Kis to his of tears t shogiew stiangdj i agitated i 1 I. and she : v;Ciister; .......... l.! p.m. Close 1''llll..tol made wills !'ot'atl'ri fo
while for himself no hope of sm'h : name, and wheiejou lived I, and I Oak .. also with steam-
I have made a mistake, she said scorn- will, was I..kl'll,01' \ .\1 Live .. 1.( p m. :1llol\ih' 1111 I
full"I took Jou fur a 1'ntlelllall-IIII1'e. good I' irtaute. all about,; jon, and told mo 1\11'; tll'e011 I Leave: Live Ok..... '_. ) p.m. \ : OlldllWlhl HiNi-r ; also nt ta\llllt
As .dinnirvasovir: ho took his' had I done her great service. And I saw by : with for Now York,
II t' had need of pro(1t'tnenmviurc mcol'IIIy soon as 111'1111'1' lhil11l'lphil
Leave l Houston ...... ::
that doing her to-night I thai she was glad (to .. J.'IJpm. 'ennd
l'I'I'Orollr induct to-night; has given it to leave, legndltssof: \ the fait by so 1:111'1' ; Huston and Italtliun nI.CIIIItol wit.
inc. 'Once moio, will you allow mo to pass, lie was IIl1i\'l'I'. all011'.111101'1' unsod.il:\ and IId111 a ail.11 if, indeid I hive: hem [11\1; 1\'clburn..1ut.. : ) p.m. steamors for New fork, l'hillll.lphia, lali.

or must I letiiin home I piolietimi'\ !" 1''I'III\'i\ : t than ever. All that e\ening i hop of tiny use in tho matter, or'"I'se' '- AIM! LttkeI'ity....... :l 5.15 l i.ul. moio, nml with Northlitl (

The bronzed and manly face boor her :isxod I his time in snlitu': niiisingand bitter Oil, .Iil, 'ol have done me the ( OIMI 1?Vsl'-HI1. MVIikS DIVISION.Timiluy linn flail rutIs for routes North, Knst nnd
icgutsinvdghingagaiiis't his link in a manner most ini-stimahloseivico i 1 I haveevirioioivcdfrom
Ih'lth-hii looked 1 at her !
pale as : eji's
Wc"t
grow ( ,*, Tlurartlyrln(1( tiittintltii/i.)
tooth but to such the reverse of philosophical.IJaily any 11111:1 being !
with ,
iui"peaknblo
vvoids there ('ouhllc rerI but olio answer lie : next moriiing, as he was hiistly( mgaged No wonder; Jim Staunton; 11.1.1 up in Leave !t. Marks: ."",'...............lH.l"( n.m. F[ HKTCr.1.\: J NihI ,I'O: I :I.l.Tl

took oil' his hat and stepped! aside.uch ; 'with his papera' knock came at Ids ama/ement at thosu impulsive wolds. Hut i Leave 'I k ulla........ ....... ........P.d:! a.m. :
shame: and agony and humiliation in his ollieedoor, and ill answer to his pel I'mission: as he saw the light in the Noting man's (eyes Arrive Tallahassee.... ... ...... i.4Omiii. Through Tikl. ami Staterooms secured
heart as: would have touched, her now with in rushed I 1'uHii.s.. the glory and gladness in hist.uo:: beseemed --- : : and nil furnished: nt office, cur .
an infinite coinpission' could she have read "Look beltnever; say 1 don't ii III you agood tOI'ealL moaning beyond what the words ( .O NNI''TIONti-: nor Cc-ntro and Second. btrccts.Hdly : .

its meaning nnd! its cause. I turn" oxdaimed tl :voluble pleader told him, and the. grateful he-art icjoiiedthat Holli l: istand Wist: bound trains meet atLive C. A. NOYK8.:

Hut she. passed on withoutn look or word .. I got thb h'lcrthi"lI\lIrllillg'! and thoughtof for all tho hcndils ho hid l'l'I'I.h'I'11 at I Oak and connect with H.I.: train on Sa -,-- ,--,-

yet in her own mind she :seemed suddenlvto i you imincilintdy.:; 1'\'c brought it on heron Archer's hands, he had been able to''I \'aI111. Florida. Wesloin .Railroad for I'oi Tniiipu IIIK! Icy "1<'('Nt,

ltd what a poor pitiful thin ; her pride at 1I1H" .." inike one return nt last. a\lllah and Albany.P.ISSCI .
w as. "Is it another case ?" 'questioned ,\uhercoollv. \ lire the 1''l'lIillg'a'l ovorlliroti[ .\11'11'1 : igi'i' for Chat tahooe hi'o UiNcr hunts VI.V

111'111rd'r: wont homo, his heart fullof had heard I'rll her lips, tjf th*', logiot she eoiineit with' slcamer Hl'II''I'1 EVI.rilhll ) C'O'.S
bitterness' jet aching with a fit-no 1111- "Case Will. I don't know about that. had felt fur her misjudgniciit. I'r: the evening ct'ery'l'hurulay: for .\ I'l.h:, andevery rl'JISh'ulshll -- I.IXF.
,.alj.lil'lllolIginr, ; that had never been his lot It depends on \oiirsi4f, I should( say," an- was over ho had" lit her see, too, in some Saturday (lor ( '4\\'allltl'ola.., and Kufaula -
bet"ire. sw rt'eul rullins, laughing; i over his i joke. degree, (the tenacity and devotion II that Ala. '
"It is no Use I can never sit things "Head: it for ynur.01f." swilt all sudden pn.ioll hidi had wits \ !. : '"r
straight in her eyes," he thought to himself. Hoi..on .Ardur took the pielty little fmil- up like ll.imo in his heart on that spring every CHIliId! 11'lll'0.. : lilllll.011:1, ., 111.1 j 6 .
!llltaril'
"IIIII1-t I try and forget her." nine note held out to him and began uad- moining when !fuelhn'i. liiM wet 1'\'I'I'Y Tuesd.ij' for Columbus(, ami EulillaAlI. : 4
How hard ho tried, and how e-tju.illj' futile tog it with careless: indill'erenco. the lint Ami tuflerlv'ardc11, afterward the roinaneo .

hi" etloits were In-alone knew. For'love line-, however, he !otal'tc.11111.11I1I",11l.t. ( (! neiv- ended as all such lomanu-s should (Councils-' lake City with on the
was never yet compie-rcd by trying; if indeed ou-ly up to the \'NrOlll!' of his hair Puffins md ; and in !tlu1 next spilng!\ Heron Archer rioiid.i (Central Kailioad for trail Jacksonvilleiiml I j I

it is love worth! 1'IIIilll.II"' the name 'wall'lll'llhilll with\ no small an.usemeiitlliskeen ; led to tho altar the gin lie hail wooed and :; Johns liivor. rcinandina and Cedar CAJMlYINi( 1'. S. MAIL.
Ho woikid hard, mill began to Imd his eyes had dcteited" sonittliing the 11'11 for his own. Key. \ WILLIAM 1 O. AMKS, TIn
talents iceognuod, and to taken more prominent night; before ; his su-pic'ioiis became ceitain- 'fticr0 1 ) was one odd t thing about the wedding (icner.il Passenger .\
position in his profession:, than had Vet ty now as he oh-eivtd !lie yuin tug barrister's .pl'olllai", and! that was, (baton theluiile's I'IIt1"Ctt
been hi-.> lot Yit even now the man's innate evidmt agitation.This die-ss and in her MIOWV bl'lll as O J of flit' staunch. Ill dogant 'llcn
SAM::. tho above Lino Nvill ( CVelar Kov
consciousness and impatience of the was what I Heron Archer mall : \\'elliisiiloiigtlnpath tutu aisles IIH' 1111, cave .
petty hv pot'i'isies and simulations 0 I'all buineis i. lt.vu yl[it. 1'uirtxs-.1s we intend having '- Wl'f' (.lll'I'l'IIJlldll'l primroses.. \ DINIUAHLi: l': IIOl'Si/ :; CONTAIVINd' [ every Monday[ nt .1:00 1: p. m., forTampa

lite begin i"to threaten his prunicuI.ue- a carpi't-danco to-night alter the music, Only two people : what it IIalll,1111 live loom", with Closet", front Pia//.i: ,
I vviite to ask I you if von will kindly<< b.inga. they weie! the two for whoin I hit marriagente .1 Yard, Orange) Lemon and HanaiiaTree" ,

l'I'S'l.One evening nt a dinnor-partj1-given hI'fill fril'II,1'itll joii., Wo are lather short ot. united luails as well as haml-i, null before ( ''IIII loiated.
eminent member: life h'gal profession( get tIt'auc1. whom the fiit.no. lay I a [all of svvoctand For paitimlai", i1lluil'c tt thii
I hu made a 'l'l'l'dl lh.it xo overthrew conventional With kind\ le'gard*, xery 11'I11r'Ollr:<, gloifius promise, that they :should olllio. i-tr nnd every Momlay and Thursday. nt 4.00:
rules ami tlootiine-s of legal lifoiis PoltV :MoKl.IhON." 11'lIet lUll troadtogithc I t ,- AlltliuYunmuni. p. m. for
to array his colleagues' in indignant I ; opposition 1Il'nlrdll'l' laid! tI.1"11'1till' letter and Hit IT HIM! O'UI SkattiIutI
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against his 1llldlhazank,1 wevvs. looked up\ at his fiiend's lace. IMinla Itnssa ami Key ('st.
Allow solicitors fo 1 plead 1 in c-ouit1'" ex- "Well," he said\, with assunud: eal'c't'ss- 111U \cuis 1'11; VOI.\. M I .\ LLOUY'S I

claimed eminent (l.T. WII\'. Archer, 1\(''''''. .\ reporter aske-d Jaim. N. :Sampson; the
you must be ill.UI. hitdi :i thing; Is\ unheard Will ?" niimiekfd) Pullins. "And is that, Note-ran detective omplovid at the : -Iroas- 1"IOSt n.\ SB IA JIS 111.1 X I':. Connections !made nt Cedar Key with tluFloiida

of. It goes against) all tho tenets of our profi all I your gt'ltitlllc'I''I't: you pltiund at nrv. to what tll(- 11''rlllll'lt dete-tivos at- Transit Railnmd frm and to all
..s'ion. You surely tlon't mean whal yousay the haute of sieing jour haniNomo he tiibutedthe sudden IriOi't'...so in lute 11111111'111'hl'cll'"iIlS. ) Only' OiroH IJne < o \<', V ?" roine' again I ? l) )ll't jon care to ionic?" of dipped and \vhidi Steamer for Foil Mjors I Fort Ogtlon, and)
.
.. !Imlee-d I do," was the calm icjoinder 1 should like to ver.v nun'!h," nnivveiidHeron ti.ictett so IIIllllll'lti"1\ of hate Mr. :Simpson Pino Lt'Ncl.

There is prejudice against the idea I Arctierslowly. hut "- \ ajd \a' 11'1'It1'.1 known "* \., Through Til'd') are on sale at Fcrnnu
know, but the generality of )people who arc XUWI don't pll1luJ\Y of your conseienti- I that nine-tenths of ) 'd'll d dint, JatksonvilhCainosNilk', mil Ct-dai
no: lJ.u'ri.h-r.i ihmk ami<< agieethat it i is most\ *DUS ,.,tniph-s bv tlmloitlock," laughed Puffins. in this city'bt' Cubannumberot silver L\ \'\ Key, lt 1'l'll 1'1'111''clrtl'l, fur i nil I l

desirable! iltt! itors&now their own taseaiiiudi 'lt'sallright. You're mutually! In- coins wec; damped; togi I'III'r in I roll, and Liu ;/j h..iA 1I pal points 01 tlt( CIII.' prml.
bi-tiirthan\ wed'>, and their intul rut- teri'stnl in e.uh other-it'novval of ueiiiaint-| I less Hups th:in it takes to wiito 1111 aicount ,' ow w. J. 1I I JALPIHN. (Jon'lAg't,

tion on hval points ami technicalities is nnce ; topics i of cunvu'rstliui, priinroHt-x: :11I11IHUllhulliC of it : hole is drilled! through the whole lot.Thcv.iluoof Tin I:: : .: .:; 1 J-:: Cedar Key, Fla.
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(suite u, lorroct It is my opinion that ore !horses, scrvi< os rcnulOreul. I. gratitude the silver obtained by \punching TI'.DIIII- ----'---

Iontin' present course of thinjj will hegone <:LI'. There's the cast- plainly Mated. !' I holoof uual size in a'coin, ,sl:, that fur 1b'1s'1'1:111'i: ;x.1si. z7 's'1'. L\HY'H lll\'lIt'GI
<| changt-tl.\ \ The I'olldll'lill points I have to ''till. (ood every n-ll of twenty-live juaiter dollars the"hl.I '
Yon :iu a traitor to jour order," smiKd morning ; sharji ; I shall be here." t' one <|U'irter dollar is obtaim in : ( .\1' HINiS[ : ,1C1FIT'

the ,'n-it man good-liumorctllv. Then he was gone, noisy and voluble to .1111'lt by running a dull through: the roll. (' n.I.I.S. S'I"1) COJI-\X\:
He\ still thought it a joke. .No i mber ofth1' the last. Hut Heron Ar'hcrdid little work Mr. rIII."OI; s.ivs, also, that many of the 1'CU' -

li-4.d \profession in hissanemiml (excepta tint -day. only 'lllIlgtalllltoll was nstonjshid ]Illncbc' ,"ils conic from Moxhonnd South t'.MT. IJISIv.NI I .
a >!Ii i< n n'i 11 II,I have put tirwurll..III'h a by the reedpt of u live-pound note America, where our silver coins einulato

atarI:11g.. : opinion. sent hint aIlOIl11I01l..lv. and posted in theE freely, and rarely oseap'- Iltlatlll.l''r.: O ': of the above t'1111'rli lenvorcriiatulina I,1 J
You uri' throat advtaating district: of l.o-idoii. lor New
cutting your own bv all hem 1I11e If } every ')1111'11. .
Midi I heresy, Arehc-r." said I one of It was there that Hi'ron Archer's rt-stloss- 'nt'lllhIIH\C, (- Ic j'unohing c/f (Oil', ilay, on arrival of anl'rlOOI trains Horn l, c. ,._.,... i
his companions: also a Larri"tl'r.'hl'ro hells first had taken him, for his mind! was hilt with little success Only I\I convictions : Jai;'ksonvilhand /Cedar K,', .
would we be if your views of the case were too unsettled and perplexed to allow of his for the ofi'cmc have 1"01 made in tin ThU I 1(', having,: no transfers t to make TiE ITKUIFJt
taken and acted upon? Things arc bad as sitting in his C'hlll1hl'rrlJllld! she be offended years. Mr. Simpson renharktl that while betweenI'TIJNANIUNA I' 1,0 It A '1,\I'.'I\,

it i'. but we should bo reduced to bread anti I ?" ho thought She must hear his the business of "punching arid filling coins Captain IticiiNin>KO\. Captain .
thee) Xot bad faro when we purchase it with hell, then he dared! not pursue the subject lals. the business of Hwoatinggold coins by -

clean hand ami clear conscience"," remarked any further. Fate must settle it for him shaking them up in u hl'kkil bag I is attributed ; Oilers the :1"- DAILY HKUVlCK.-ft\;

the young man. in the time to come. by thc detectives[ to the denizens of -

"It might; suit you ; Ll'illl's'ou have At f H feharp, en'IIII" be had said Putllns Chatham' street Hy shaking 1 bag /wltail. HINT .\XI rilKAI'UST: TKANHI'OUTA- I'lorulcuves Fernandinn
other means. Yon are not sold v l'IIl'IIll'lIt drove up to his friend's chambers iif a han fug ion' (ujlpl for tlrc' hours the result ingold TION TJ TLOUIDA HIIIITJIUS.: 'Ca landings Monday'cdntstla I'orSt.Mary't
on what you make. Hut &n for me-no, south Heron Archer had !been ready since 7, Ih.t ( about $.1)l. Mr.Flovd. : and! Fridajreturning every i on '1'ue ;
thank you. Social martyrdom It not in but naturally ho did not inform the lively the chief dork of the assay olllcc, VogotabloH and Fruits will receive Saturday. tlay1'hur5day
special ali
my lint Human nature is all more or less barrister of that fact. that the government rules to in ) '
tl
l tare Martha for
bt'ttbh ; I lay no claim to exemption from He was strangely nervous and. agitated, light-weight gold ('"ilol(1'1': rlllllllt, and ulliilg. ,oints 7ut h'IV' FI'rnalllill faint
that one great fault. As for you, Don Quixote though he trove to hide it ban unusual tended! to keep ttudi coins in circulation.When l every tluy'fhursday and Sntur-
: : .
\( ( 'O yI : ilay-Khirniiig \
and his windmills\ are nothing to the amount of coolness and indifference i ; and! a gold coin le-ss than twenty je.us ol.ili 1.\HI'Xflm DIU.TJXKm ; every Monday, Vtclnesduinnil .

way in which you persistently: fight againstprfmdiceand : when he reached the house and was inhered abraded! to more than 1 |>orccnt.iif Its \'ul.no FIl.ST'I.ASS., Friday.

111I11(1 .I\Jility.\ into the drawing-room; and heard his nanieunnounctsl it isstami.nl( 1 with an ''I/' at Ihe sub.treasury 'rItrough lulls
.Heron. Archer laughed. in conjunction with that of Pjif- and returned! to who Over oilers it Tho trn'll11111'/ are (f.r'll iho nd- ol l.udlul
You are rong," he said : "I do not light tins he absolutely trembled at his own temerity instead of bcinj sent to tho mint '! oh.je vnntagc-x ( I ; IAN h':, WITJUU' (
.jaiiist( iniH>s ibilities. I 11l rilANUIX by.MALLOUY'W LINI1: of Steamers to n
| am wiser than that < t I U to force the holder to take it \S\ COIUdio18 lt !
liui in\ warfare I is MTV nearly as useless' asu A moment and n fair white.roJ.oclliure! Hay ollioo or lint to be tuM at its real tl\I". 1'1'1'111& with Ioh'uml/4latl for all points 1 on the St. Mary'w.
1 tliil There is nothing so stubborn\ asestablMtiid stood before him, and his low bow ami ap- InMeud! of it into 'points tho St. JohnV, (kkluWlla, and .
rules, so impracticable un prcjuWn ealiiig I look were met by u half timid ax>|- a/uil. The will is 11'that Congress cirlnlaliol has Indian !iron: and with the 'nuli Itailroadut ('IH. ('oll..Uoi.IILI .
IllI'c. noetic ,dance that filled his heart with won- made S'i'inn Ft.r111111, for nil ( .tatlllls
roletmiiigmutilaUsiorevtnabraidiNlioin.
for
> 1I"t leave them alone and take life dt-r. He hoard I'utllnV intro-hution.\ and tlr any pri and! (illr ports II Florida with the New York, CharleMon nndSavannah

as i It \i. '" uskf.1. his friend. "You w"III,1IJl'IIIUdl was conscious of l lning t'xtullocl as a "Itiu. uon think hat all pioet that have IIIY,1 hts\ '; Steamers.iOOD .

lu.irt .mfortabe! allllI4) should ve.l ing light in mv own prot'tosioij by that worn ilo rn ht-yunul recognition in ym.uurrXU: I'.tSSl)':Ntlalt UATIIS
> Is "" > much 1ll'u"alltl'r tu walk along the well-intentioned IIIlhVlllal, but her smile nt.tlal..r.The litll-! AS I.OWH HY ( 'CMMDATIONS
vic.aullIJ f'lI.t'IU'llt par. IMUIUXT: WSKH.Hates .
"j.aiu of usiuiii liiindfuld; than tu have the and glance wtre too much for ids ..Iazzll'llIClhl' l I ) when ,pu-e-u has lieu
>.uU... -. ati'\1ml (rulllolr:11 and be told. 'fhe whole to MVUIII smooth 1 w.rl fur IVsongcrw. Excursionists and 'ourbr
N v. ur path is full of holes ruumllll through use tir brought to that lu onilition t'Throuh: tutu! Hills (f will find thU[ u uttractiNo
trip
Ullcll'lltIII., l, roul.lIIUIU.1 he could find no Wlr.l. in IJwltll ur other to all iu'Ints.! Ju.lhlS very as tl
aulaiir way \ln\ be>:ih'lI hundred) i'ncii.i an\'r hor greeting. : Mr rj.I.\.I| CUWtjII'N that artih..lllw.m"( For Meiiory It gaunt I, and alligators ami
further
j' d!I ill Miin.l pa-sage or informati, apply arc abundant. ,
i game
v.ii misery and ull With ready tail the young( h..tl' tiru'wthe .i ilvi-nain '' is'' 01' 1.1II.'r .. That i is u.t ..tat ui talkative t'tialn away. indm '.l fi-r.r.-t- 'IH.HIM-. tl (Ilithtr I: of the abovi 14teunuerrtan ltihartcnil
I : IU.I hut Ii"' tll4"r.i.r Ki llhl.| | H W W
t' V i hill tt> u lad>' bv wb'irtti; \\a:- .t \ a' sour It, n" ,ttiato/n -tfil\ i i l' \", deteitii .iif :01'1'1 Il'l'l.. forcxcnnloi juirtlm at ally Up
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W '0 I w .tltt I rt 'u. r "If I 'ill hafj"lail'thltll < hair t" H.runr>':u anuiiuui ,', ,Iwt! : I I'\rlla I" na. lor flirt In'r Information
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Tl f t ; :;' j;!ILtI;;;; f 11)) .\ 'l I: li(1H.: 1 : Leon( wa carrying.' In addition- tfl lit,. ''l tc.1 I Till' XoriLMltr.lt: 81'trt VLLCTIOXS. -I'I navigation- of the( : 'Irish;'"channel t"ns well;'as I I I["" I'LOJtWA'fi ritVXCll- : -ell\' 1';t'f I

huisurtluutahlC I II
mid tax she has! railroad 1 the lrili.sh! channel seemed ever
: ordinary: county) a In of Charle '
.._. I a cetm-tcry ton ;HI' ,
,t t bond, lax, sold III Tallahassee: a city tax. Publicinterest: i is mainly I'tIIWl'ltrHIl',1, ) ; and every year viiltiahlestonmhips \ daughter of (ill'/ Count IV" I .

S.I 1 TfTTW.1'fJl'H.1l11W} : : ,i881, ,- I Theseburdens, falling; upon) a comparatively! ': 1 upon Virginia and New York., States in which I : we're lo:t. some! hues with a flnl'rullM sof I kindred arc loW 1'111 visit to '

A'W; .1 COXSTITVTIOXAL small wldte. population) )principally\ engaged;:: ; the (lenient! of uncertainty I is very great. j life, on those 1.\lIg'I'Otl channels of approach I!t States, in connection. In the with"( tb.bin,, \ '

I VOXI'KXTIOX. in agriculture, (Ih,' least t productive' fall In Virginia the 1 11"1'\111'1.. honest ,debt-I to !tin.Kiiijlish: commercial ports. I, teltllulal II 'llalll'I'lt.C \\Eli copal\ -. \\\lt\, ,

;i. liavo their nttcttinnrecalled Iursuitr, cannot: but be' felt, to' a grievous ex- paving' people ol' the state are confronted Sir IMvvard\ .1. Reed, the president of I 1111 II II \ ,' 1111 his|, ",t\' :?'
Our people will :soon I
constitutional tent. with a I'oalitiollf a few, white {: (lee Milford I !Duck) Company' nt I meeting I'raiueunl, the I'nited State I IP'ly ," v .
OK] to the necessity of a 1''I'loialilll in the earlier of'I
into discussion of allied the dense I of the held in as portion I 1 "
increased Without entering any demagogues to mass ignorance company 1011101
I the those of Aehille Mm( ,
convention :us they slj-upglt' In pay' I I They are ( : uAmerican ,
taxation which, )notwithstanding: this particular ease it occur to us to !say ') embodied. in the negro vote. Tartysticcj October "t, I ts1 l, made a very interesting! ; wife, (Catherine. Tin .

: ; / and, hai something\ of the! prevalent, improvidence ( "s I is regarded! apparently by the leader statement of the ('nlllliiol of the work' I are em losed 1\, a 1,1'n, k wall, < ,\ .
incaii",
01'
k our increase! population' : I cement, about ten feet'gIL'Ilt'. ii"i I ,
The
bodiesentrusted the of eolllpl'tlO11.'
and rcekle-sMie' with which oft he party now us lime which are on eve
been 1 levied.This I 1. I I Ic'IIIIJlIUI !'! in the ciiclo-nn, ,
10,1'
with public. all'alrs( make appropriation of important valuable than publii, he interesting: to American graves d"
ini-cra 111.1 f'ltlwil11 each other in the middli ,
1v I is In Jrrl'lIllarl: t caused hy our : II 1111' "I>i t
ble :system of management:\ : under our present public( funds\ or, incur iIntl', -htcthtess in a manner / hlllr. honesty and! plinciple. readers : I squareside: IIIII, IIIIaf: ,!:- ,rl.,, i

) of 1MW; ) whit would] he, considered: highly reprehensible To aid, Mahonciu( this contest !, Most lll' you ,doubtless knwthat the passenger memoratc Illlt il III'' "i.d 1.
constitution The constitution I 1.\ll'l'lllnt- truffle America and, this i similar ', and ,
in life. We have 1111\\1". ha* .l at I between : I They ;are : : DM i ilion I''
was dcsignd i hy its franu-ri to )pcipctuatetheir private I 1'111.170 "el'III\'I..1: la".1"I'"Iall\; ('0111111- is e-normou, and, it become !ll'CnnII'I'e I front the same: way. a* if the\ ,
\ own power hy vesting. all appointments fore us an instance in a neighboring county, i administration at Washington i 11,1 larg! ;' enormous, not only year by year, I tirlll' by 1"1"-1: pe.rhap-: I ,\
mandamus has been i Mied, to 01)1.1 of sent into ( month 1, and I can assure exIJ' '* totichiiu '
1 to oflloe in the hands of the Governor.(; where( a : : \ ( sums money are being but almost 1 by loUll; II 11 I; 1
( of I that I u i fait experiene-e, be1causeiit of some loving sentiment (tin" s;t tpicsscd '
pclthIr\ of a tax of I :sit mills in the aggregate I state! from New York and! cNevvhere: to \1
ticket! "
\ t who was to he elected hy general; Iay has happened of late that of the heart wh"111'' i
1 They supposed' : that with the aid then-olid t : (' to pay oir judgment' against: t thecounty I the poll tax of the ncgrois' and :-111'1.' Ihel''II friends\ of (1"1"111) bl'1 unable to otail II ccdcnts. wi..1 111' unworthy of a thought i

Nra ; vole they could a always l carry the election incurred in the one instance f for no \ (' I'lI rl\l.lalill'\ '. The result 01'lllllt.. iilaces in any of the ordinary, :-llnl-ldl! shafts are about live feet high, will a 1 1i

t negro visible; necessity, and in the other for hllitI-1! may be to place the state in the Ilalll"llf 11(:. 'lllIan' had to put up i about ,eighteen inehe on each: '
I of Governor.In 'I'hejnil having the Mahones etc., and, to ill..i,1 (l'I'oII11Iallol, Illg to I the top in the form 01'I iin "it.,
lso a Democratic (Governor: was! elated, (Hg nn expensive county jail. : 1.1,1"llrg"I'< : eX"lll""J they 1'11111] 1\ '( 011.' commemorate I'liiict' '( .'
a burned down the! county commissioners: prostrate I the honor 11'l'll'.il'\ of Virginia.Ifso.it ( ; : IIi-I., .
I liy a narrow majority: ,I although) counted I I by some' unusual methodorelc, have had : who died on the ltl.r1! ..",- "
out hy the canvassing hoard, was, under the advertised for proposals to build a new jail. : will boa bitter mockery)' UI"1 the' to' goby nil-about IIlt-II: get here' at till.I i agedolyears' ( ; the other \( \1"1'i '
in I the. have I am g'oinir myself: to America in the etursC llrl.: who died i
declaredto Two proposals' : 're put by :-a ntiI party eulogies ) I"'olIdle '
'mandamus (Couit whiI \I'UIIIlIlll'lllli
of the Supreme 1, ,
: of few a least! I wishto .
j a years.1t
11li.
one at Hldllll'l'' l'" for' cash payment' the the virtues of' its distinguished; men IIIYStl Iarat a"l'll.j ,
,
have been i elected( \ ami was i'
a rated.\ The first and lint dillicnlty Governor: other) for tne-hiI'll more pavahle in county 1 have just been f'OIIIII'IIIIrlplat' Y lrklll\I, matter t that'we 1'1 obliged, to distribute husband and wife lived on a {1laltII', .'

r tt encountered, in then+( of lhi; scrip. As! the county had no cash theyurclgllcd By the census of |.sso;, the white population \ ourselves: over! a number\ ;of ships to get .lell'crson, the adjoining county to I.., ,n'
I' Drew appointing
the scrip' proposition, : and,1 a t jail ( of was s{:.ti,7.Vi.! and the ('oloT.1pOl'llaliol passages at all, under circumstance* wIdel which i is located the capital:! of the M',-,
\power. The constitution clearly \irgilli.1 are agu to us at this till of the )year.. :short of the Leon lint I lhad >
/ built at a co-l l "I' $\\,1)110.:!, we I believe payable ; < ::: ; ,, II: :a white preponderance I'lt'al. ti..III''l'-1,
placed' the responsibility( where it gave the was nlij !\ Hut ,- i is not so much llgli..1: h'aftic I ldlll'll. Tallahassee 1 was I til 1'1' ,
{ and, the Governor; ought to have unflinchingly in scrip. of about HIIIHHI.( I'pon this tu4 a" the ; it i is mainly American 11"1 (; wllt- of their personal intimacies, and the 1 n i "
f fI f' power td Thenlp: was duly i-slied: in the \Usual number of white : i is small, weAnticipate ever we may ; about (lie American nation of the prince and princess, or as tine "
fj j r exercised! this responsibility' the 1\IIlie.II" I think; we must 1,1'11' i"illfolwo. i more familiarly] 1\,1\1 of, l'lloll,1 stool Mi-
of county that
: the debtpayingparty :
shape county'varrnnts upon l
the best: "t'ldol! ability.Ve \ 1\'II'II'atlc if we ,do, lot know (that they \\'llt\ II hI very Seurat, 1\1' pleasant: houselmi,, ")
I ; \ think he would 1 have: done\ MO and treasurer.I The holder,1 I the scrip presentedit : of Virginia will achieve that I I sucre'ssill quick in their movementsami they want to I words in ( UIIIOIg! society of the capital[

made good appointments, hut very !shortly and of course, was told! 1111'1'1''I' nofiimN. this contest which every honol'abl.I man: he \'l'olli'I'alll in their movements. J i Mr! *. Murat might; at (the time ,111111 t, -
I i it, in the are aware i of it, I to the weird of 'I. > .
1 of convention"nf lid thereupon hrllghl11: must desire: At the ll'liol of IS.sO the \11 already 1:1 Ilaliol, I'llil
afterward\:* system: county
Americanelasses
that (the : in
c the )Democratic) \party were initiated I !, for United States District) (Couit on the warr.uitH: regular )Democratic) 'I ticket lolled hNt-l\111* votes; you: who wf'aliltrn'lll liJl'l-e: il-/ numerical 1'll'l; (allltlil'gllia, : ,hl'llIliful though a yoiin person '

!the purpose' of nominating i i : county otllcersto and, obtained judgment I for the whole the Rcadju-tcrs: : .'!:1 l,.">-7 and the tl'pllllieal force to-day, and are (constantly increasing, widow, her husband: Dr. Cry! of Virginia., ..

i I the (Governor.: This seemed to relieve theGovernor alolll lie has followed' up\ his judgment t ticket Sl.OLlt., If there is I complete fusion: have lall'- up their minds that the system having; die-d shortly after marriage ller
and the of the and I and the of taking them on to Liverpool, and giving father Colonel Uird Willis, of Fredericksburg ,
with! mandamus; lav-payers\ of the I Rcadjiistcrs Republicans
,, ; ol'hi'! constitutional: : j I to appointments' and! devolve<< it upon county of Al.ichua: are now I'UII'III\II, to same vote icast, of ('llr-I'lhe: fusion ticket there, after pacing: through l fog I; on the coast It not many years after the purch'aseof! the,

I i h a nuiiiher of irresponsible\ : ] members of the settle] in cash: IlIl'jwltllt (11t1l1-ls: fll, will have the! majority, hut it is b"ll'n',1, of XIII'lhnl(',, after long delays at the bar, ', and lived, at the time of the marriage -
Ii i after I, transferred I into I oftenin of his danghtertvitli Colonel Murat. in
t At the election of l tike 1 this was while it is an acknowledged fact that the bid that a large number of those who voted theHl.ljllIll'li'ket being i-llal lugs
party. ,
\ rains and other hindrances of that of
a : wa" one !some
heavy frii
1 1h further extended hy having a } rlJi'rllll1 \h ieh'a'! made and a""I'Itl'I'a" !at least : : List, year will tot vote for kind,I, I U a system which the .\lcrill peo style1 1 in Iht blilillhih|p'illilin.lI'II'lt: of the e'ity

.U j f election for county olliccrs, under! which rtic-tlur l higher than I the 1 cash price the the fusion I ticket this, year; but t 1 politic i make !Ill n'l not any ))0111 di-posed\ tl put up 1 It: was! ,," ,1 on t Ill'Ircl: Olll''uare! !oolluil

S 1j K IlIIlIlIof (Ihl.1 present coonIll eiali in party would have IWI'I'I'1 1 was an improvident :strange bed-fellows. They have made up! their minds, -and I e>f the; present' (,1,1)) on ) t j
the of the I can: state'that: with afllll, knowledgeand corner oflhesyuareseparated I by this !>oII'I'lt. ;
on part I
j \. i
) the State hove been appointed.It I'rlcl'l'lillg j II I -.InoUT'Till] authotity-to come to Fngland; direct, and on the range of block: on' which the ,
1"., .HIM ; needs 110 argument to show that such a commissioners, who are no longer in olcl'. UXlO'l hy landing 1'1'01 their '1'aml'I'' at Milford.Ilear hotel stands' ; eir, in distance, not more than

f tI system !is a mere travesty: of a republicangovernment This miserable system of minttnaunge- We publish to-day a !ll'll'11'1 Ill.1 ( hear). Milfoitl( I is to he, :ami certainly a stone's t throw from thr'tulhwest: eornerofthe
I fI 1 in the with interesting reading' (' 0111 will be the for the American Ira flic With the ofTllallgissee
; and, ought to he \put an end tug ment has plunged half the counties will "doubt, Hereafter \port ; Capitol groimds. growth
/ readers no
: enjoy. ,
,
and though 1 not at all unmindful of : in ', I the Bird!
The only remedy a ('oll-tituliolllll'oIlVl'lI-: State into debt all if the courthouse! at these supplements\ will be a f.'alll'l' tit'our the immense conservative 11 force' which necessarily dwelling grew ,1-(11'lllr11tll': ( HIIIll, the moss:
LI Tallahassee to he built on we edition. The conductors 01 like it fell
tine twill "I'il \out. HUIIIlrll exists in a place Un'/1'001,1I11 and wear "I'l ( ( ,
; and,!
if asked for ournilvie, reply lalglwg" ;" labored for years, spent in (tll' Irl\ril'lll' rights eif the great steal into decay, In ISM O), tie "building was: demolished
TAXKS.There of I'niich/ : Don't to this proposition' or any 101..1,1'1'"le: :, in, their'I'Ijil'llotahli..hI : the ( \ : run their lines thence to and the tcv who knew it as the
paper Ihat011,1 completely meet New York still I do know, a* a matter of marriage: shrine of Murat know it no
is the fact I that our taxation similar charaeler. Here( in Nassaucounty and State, \il
of of this
no : fact, that all t that will powerless: longer in the light of that tilillllol. or as
\c'rl'tltr
i .5.5E1.5i is: much higher than it :should\ )he. itt we get :along capitally with the tie I and they indulge themselves: in the, pleasingretlectio'n to prevent a vast .\I1lial: between, the sombre! habitation wlich il Ilar-

ii is: however, not just: charge, this upon' the of Lyceum Hall for the two weeks time inevery that :success has l'rowlIl.llhlir ef :Milford and New York ; and that trallic will scarcely attracted the eye the traveler
iJ i 1011. The lal'I'llIIill1' which the just as as :.u : who passed: from' (the summit tit the hill to
executive ofllccrs of I the State the is SOOI cal
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< r even year in which :a ( 0111'1.111"1 11'1..lel.an.l has t e recipient from every section I'OII'IIl abl.hll' ,
J Iill hl1 be put upon I the route :after the railroad: in the public ('oadl
3 legislature. It is the result: of several causes, the of courthousebuilding of Florida and I regions be- '
save I'WI ,
I
I l'x\l'nse 1 tie of the Milford Docks them-elves.! say this ole years: after the death of til prince
\ the \principal one of which is i our ill-arranged which, h111'III,1 as: we are with debt, itw'unlll yondfc" are pleasing\ + to us whl'l we reflect on with coii-iderablc authority.'. \\l'ln'ulal- the princess, wishing to be l'al' th companions

< i !, ; < i iIl press' Company, and we know, of course, a 10"1.t home al,1 I
nf State and The State
county government. 011' ,11,1 011' plans for serving the public bet.Ier that that \\'a. not fully :successful in its recent tiI'1'1: of that place-, where her hospital:
tax is eight;.; wills, olll'.I'hil'lII's\ : than under than we havcY-ver' done before.At appeal\ I to the public+ ; and perhaps thatis : ,dispensed with a grace and simplicity

,Il f k the! Uadical rule from IWiSto( 170( although saw YOJIK ILICTIOX.: the 1'riiutlasked of the \past summer a not surprising, buenuseyou are well aware worthy of her Virginia training miaflccted -
solicitous us when we were going lines in this her residence in the household,
H little higher than for the last: two years.! that the other great steamship by :
'4 The New York election !is: likely to be a to l'I"IH'1 the size ol our !sheet to a summer '( have h'l'l built up by more or less of Louis 'Xnp"leollt several times during
1 This State tax, wo believe, could he, by measures \-I' replied that we would not country ,
,', close tu(. The iuu in the RcpubMean : slow "i'Iel'I'', and jl'lel'aly from' the enterprise her widowhood and after he b'IIH I'mperor. -
I of retrenchment alone, brought down \'n' lld..I rl'IIH'I'lt all, hut wOII.I.1, early in the com originally individuals.It :1 llrl' mother, Caroline, was the
f'I
rants between Stalwart-! and h Half- .rmll'
In of
,1 0111'plal
I to six mills, certainly seven, as we haveIleretnfuru :11'111. enlarge. pursuance i ivery rare indeed ste-amship' sister of the first Napoleon'" ;; hence the tie J
Blec.l has apparently' "lI'1 so far overcome we give our readers the extra of this line to be created by a limited company: and which prompte-d !Louis to make his Amencan :
) i! shown But our main trouble is: H* to \prevent double nomination-. On the 11"rilto. and will continue to make this a put at once its work ; and I 1II,11ot: \ 1'011..11 : Ill'lhll'of his imperial family
iu the! management of our county aHairs, by feature our a In .1.lIlioll \this
.
I the troubles, have :11.\1' (llillll. t would he done now, but for When Joachim .1( (
I other I'letlat :
hall Tammany to this, \va t lut, size of t t the American is lost the throne of with the of Napoleon
f, which three men. irresponsibly' appointed, wil 001 I t this 11.'lal,1 overbearing : Naples\ fal
also! been in a similar manner smoothed four columns of additional '
) gain and will he satisfied, the the States
have: the power to plunge the county in debt \\UP'I'.IO I' in its! urgency, sun carne to :
M over. The 1'l11 in "both cases lias \probably I space. in that waif il' no other. Thetlnllilc I He lived fil time in Louisiana, and aNosettled
I
:and double the! rate of taxation.t The[ ( :o\- Our ( ha ilc'I'I'a"I'l, so that i isditllciilt ; is revived underauspice's few miles before
'lrl'llatilll i St.
been to induce, good, degree asshown Kxpiess Pity being a 11.1,1\\ Augustine
1
senor nominally appoints a !live commissioners I ( 11"IIy. to :supply promptly the demand for tvhieht\ will, it i is Illen.I. ensure its he removed to Middle Flordarll'l ,
Hi' the diminished in
1 who have 11l'l'1I011,1 for hy perhaps\ avery by Iq.-II"lliol: the paper with oiir present I'adlilll'WI': are tll'IJ! I British company does not his father: was capture! on til XI'll'olal
New York city :and the absence the usual in an improved' 1 water motor : ,
; I small fraction of the Dl'IIIIIl'I'atie'oll'rs I! now having put .rollllllyut\ upon the American line a shore in his frantic attempt to J'oola\I.1; \
1 tmlicin of a warm canva; **. Til( general expectation capable running both( our large cylinder '' suitable\ for the purposes of his kingdom, after he had I lost it. 111a"l
1iE iE of the county\ in a scrub nice. Three of these: is that this apathy be on the presses: in our job-room*. With thl.ll- the Americans, they thI-elves will I do i so. l'UIIII"lll.t (to I be shot, tin the few moments
;1 commissioners constitute 1 a quorum, and, \'i creased: facilities: which (Iii. wil give we That[ I l'al say, because I am myself engagedin respite preparation' he drew t..1 IiIm'lft -
whole favorable 1 to the Democratic ticket, as will be able to promptly every demand.We for such : casket 1f miniatures of, lu'srlu ,
the
have absolute 1 power over the} I property 1 f of 111..t \preparing designs: : -l'I'W:? I e> ;
their thorough, or,,11 IZt till in the large have i increased l t the 1'I'l on the editorialstall' 1\11111 1 quite sati-lie-d, that vessels and looking upon the group, called I l the name
the We have the at tlC
county. spectacle every cities will bring 1111111' Democratic vote inupport : ,and enlarged,l the I I ,' of our regular will he built, if the want is lot supplied in of Acliille, 15111wtsthn 1 a wail 11'011leln 1 I
tt'rlll"f'Olirt I application 1 for a mandamus\ ,' 'tiale another Now what does this ? of destiny. : his ,
way. It'al' HIa
of local candidates.Mr. : \ \'hih0 101'
Ui the county' commissioners e>f some e-ounty wires for specials the coining winter This American traffic means not merely the for the soldiers' rifles !oIHIl',1
; to levy an ;additional la' The legislature: : Conk ling's friends, it i i- thought will more largely; I than has ever h"I'1 d.11 by apaper commercial I snevcss: of the present ) knell, and silenced the music of sweet voices
: allow the llalf-IIreeds to run the ('II'dilll as in Florid; i. In (.word, the l;u(1; will UI.k.*, 1.11 it nl'an5t11e large increase of our that floated round the i..lo01' his sons: on
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enacts solemnly a law that mi more than u they controlled, the :state ( It not only maintain, hut .lr\a.. itpast cllicieney dock system! there That i 1" what it means, which he closet his eyes The! ol-Ihl'i-ol
certain rate of county tax shall be imposedby : 011\1'111"11 and energy 11j giV' the 'people lit'this bee'aus'e the ships to he accommodated are of Caroline, of 1'ruice-fur her ( 01'.11'11: nativity
I '\ the hoard of county commissioner! The would lrhahly01 he very distasteful to city: and State, I the fllll.-t: and' Ih'.II.tII'W" : live or six hundred feet long of considerable is merged, in the events of her eoiitincntal -
,I. the county e'ommis-'ioners: cieate a debt judgment
ta. i iS. party on the ticket for state a'an i..a. Jll.lrlh: for, the future. It staitl.touh well{ a* I tilt that 1'OIII.laliol for lines child! of Virginia, whom he took to his ho-
if is obtained, 111\1111 mandamus !ioouI'I: tll evidence the 011"11. iy '\\'!'- in this city hastood'since > of "such. steamers: must he ample, and mu" f levy an addltional. thus overriding I the II' incapacity ofhl' half.I'I'l.I' : I Ithorn. we have had any knowledge of include{ large areas of deejf water. Hut i is France and America united in defence a

IIt'lor the legislature\ at t the will of any I three to obtain 1 tllIhlll'll success without II It is ('III'll"l'rl'.II\ moitgages.owes lot only what: the ('\line: wi t require'\ It century' ago. A half century ln. Whl'l the
the Stalwarts. The ., and l isiu a "u llIII,1 healthy that the lines another
t commissioners. leadership 111 11,1 II Illl"hl. is a loral certainty existing dil" war had ccaed, tie was cousecratid -
1 county New York is evidently alarmed' and condition in every re-pcct. It bas no hobbies or at any rate some of them: will he obliges!, in tin- a.ilencr -
S., : Thv question !is very naturally asked how Trillll belongs to Ill rings, seeks to advance I if possible: to make Milford a port of ('al. }lrdt 1'hyllliallliol.-Clrr.l;
1 i is It that with the increase population\ \ andprospeiity seeks to !stir up' I the party Illlllew tlt' lal.rial illh'I..t of no individual or set as soon as olh"1; competing I lines run

It. I : the taxable( property. of the State : York, at the Presidential: ,.I.'dilll of .., but is free and independent interests Milford to :, \ York. It isuVcided i that the The* ijtuirantliic Station. nt S"lJflo.
best .
1 IS!*I.! IHIII'II 0\1' 1,1'\1 hundred thousand to labor for the ;llnll'"nl'lt II the ,\lIwri11 pa".engerwill not ho t.k"1 lpthllri..h The fullowin? byIr.11'm.
1 1t h not increased ? There lire1'1"OIHi of this city the "1'11.1baooi" Channel, and he to the 111rltiol flll..b.t
:Ial' .
subjected )
H. incharge
and r. ( ;iartield'.s wa a .
: t for thi" One of the most: important is that vul.s. : majority hit : of the "Illiul goo.\-II/I\ delays :and inconvenience which I have of the Eliot. :u\lluh Quarantine Station

I : 1 p'rlol1nlpro1'l'rly in money, notes, bonds, -M,03.'t.\ : The state i-about :as likely! 'lo go out The "'/1/ ha: *, by its enterprise\ dilL'cnee, myself cxpcrie'iice'd.1HSSTOX'S at polo, we till !in the ISrunswick .fd! ,-

4' etc.. entirely escape\ : taxation. .\ -II/I. n way as the other on the "II'rl ticket. all the ability with which it i is l'on.hll.I. t her f/d A t]>/ .

I \ great 111'al,1' the improved propeity' of !the entitled itself to the warm .support' al.1a'\ .Sl'lICULATlOX. "The station costs the general governmentabout
TIIK HOLLAR VOLL-TAX.: $10,0001 annum. An appropriation
t country is in homestead entries: for which tronage of the !press and people' tf Florida.It Prominent New Turk capitalist' are about of $:{O.'MMI| wag asked for of the last Ce.ngre-s

a) I patents have not IHVII, issued: :and hence! are The New York 7'ribau'say.; : dispatches IlIt'ccutitaint'tl: the latest attainable completing negotiation the purchase of hut it was refused-very unwisely', we think

f > ,> claimed\ to he five from taxation. Again, I is easy: to understand the wrath of tin newreceived through the Associated l.OOO.OOO acre-s: e.1 lant In-longing to the Florida The inqwirtance( of this station is conceded!
Land! l'nun The price to he paid is, ,
I Democrats, because of han) who know of nt-e-e-s-i
: Xllrtht'rl its anything
i the new orange gruwllll'h have not come money 111"1'1'1'1 sent to Virginia reportthat to the : Press.V1': pllh1..h with Ih'a"urc $1 jH-r,I'rl', ali the lul'huln arc to hu\1 hal(. U i is 10I",:,', by all 011'ports from

7 into bearing!; are valued 1 as unproductive' I1'I'"hlil"l eauHthere.. I COMa dollar to modest statement of its future purpose*, and the \privilege of \ > ) additional Georgetown, S. ( to St. _Augustine.. Fil ,
certain i \ voter in wish the l'ui>m acuuliuu8nrnt'ttie I acres. The was 4ouonoO{ I ,' and has of -"
t property, perhaps, to a (extent properly II1 tl.I'\Illf\\ Virgi heaitily IIrlllll"r'ha'l' 1'1'0\1 great h'llli. although <
niH.r"r //> Ihf tux. acres, 1'.1\\' : acre was paid. far only have for hits
'I" tiffirom 1, poi huts achieve 1'lt. (
[' t so. Our system of av-esMiient is miserably succc-s I The sale of the first liiuI1'(''to the New pitaK triM: our immediate(lI'

<: "l'i'i.'liH11111 our colored (population The TrUl4t makes an a.lli."lol \\.I'al- York capitalist will \pay fil whole purchase tive / Congress will give this Jllrr..lnta-

constituting'; nearly uoe-half of our whole culated to attract attention. The negroes in ..tltlH'.I1.111.1.H.1.0 ///, : .ooo.ooo upon the other a.OtnumOacre's attention, and, cooperating; with other (Congressmen

population, pay hut a trilling; proportion of Virginia have now 11"1 citiensfor t fifteen ron will be e-leT pmlt and the originalpurchasers from Carolina to the |>eninsula.

the taxes assessed: not oven paying the jMill- years, they arc able-lMidii-d) 1 talk rers, and :Mil ford i i- (tho seap.irtofSouth/: Wales, near : no -wi. r<: l.ooo.ooo acres at practically see be "ta"lihe1 to it that the on Sapeln sound c\Imlt'\ basis. What station i.n is;

Rf tax. which goes to the school fund have the !same facilities 1'.1 (earning; wage* :t. Ann's 1t':11 The haven i-I said to "I' Not a hail trade for Dis-ton. A terriblybad f \\ thousand dollars I from the ;

Our taxable property ought; to show a and 1"I"lrlll property a- thr 111'1.1111 the line-t harbor in the world. I i i. firmedh.v one iII the State of Florid=selling to treasury when e-ompared with the loss gC'llrt of bite

large increase, not by adding to the valuation yet the 1j.11"; says as the n''ult of nfl'l.t! a ';\' running !inland nearly twenty him iro,1l1st.at ; l'l'lt 10111' tnilliuusofacresoflaud.t.i' of and! ,Itirlllnt to commerce of one or m<""'

"f real estate already listed! for a full i year cnjoj) ment of the privileges of citi/cn- miles tu 1.I wll. which 1"\1 be reached I II. byvcscN our Southern f.t'1 seaport Cities in through, should ine>tl.tl'a.tl't tfi-!.

validation, hut hy putting on the. roll the ship' they arc unable to pay the sum of one I't:.Iut t"I"l!l11'1..,. in breadth ..1 Pulley? Student Xrnrly Aanhyjctateil. .- f'tI\municipal quarantine creep It i is next

'i personal property now so generally\ omitted I ilidlar tu filalitlal'II..ln', to fate Con- from inu' to two mile The harUir, is to to impossible to keep it out unless i jsolat.-l

f ; and l any l'\'al"lale not li-ted.: i sc'iuently MveutytUcthousandil'illarsmutbe : loci feet in depth and protected liv a rut; ..1 Douglas I H; Kiehelherger.: twenty' one \'t'IT as is the Saj>elo 'lrltnt,"

scit into Virginia h)' Northern Republi' hill.. The has the extraordinary ri.cofi" ut..m of a planter il Oe.ila'Fla.. .. cone -
II.lt
city on m hit in TAI ;
Saturday) ; ( \
i JIIJJ.I
i; I ('Olr'J'r jtKiirs you ('ue."l')' to qualify !" "'II '-II\ I thousand I negro :: > feet. The haibor is das y ot :I\lroadl and ti General; 'l'illsmof Maiue. and'III..nwith registered .I Will nnen Tuesday J'LOllJ December f.J'.Ul and continue

) IU'II.11 .\"(7S. 11':1' II"I. for the rl'I'I.lalllll II' the large enough tu meet the ltl".t lan.ls ofcommerce. ut the Grand Fnioi: H-itcl. He ua during the week. The prlliuIr

i'R The KroiMiiiift discusses". the I proposed\ : cvpciidituru stlh' debt, a large. ( ,rUt,u of which I i Nowiudby I promise. to l-o the great sea student in I Maine college. J'lrl' t'\'..h'rI.i. I i occupies four column* of the 11'I'Mi"., ., I!
he
of ;H3UM( ) to build new courthouse I Jt'\lhll'II" a't tho North. jwirt of (i rl'at 1'ritain.A morning which was found ul"I\'iu'u. in hisroom coven every department of tiel.l t'II'I'artt'n
in gas was t'alin le wa products{ fruits, flower*, ladies' fun* ,
in Talhihaxsee. JIow lar the criticism I would not be surprising if the Debt1'aycr gigantic enterprise wa\" inaugurated! taken: nn (n"I'tl.* to the (\1': tn''l'ltal' and domestic! household industry

., I is just nn I proper In tint: case" we have no of Virginiahtnit'ct'tniedlsgusthrlwith (H'r,1 't".1,111',at Milford 1.n'l fll the I.a-t evening he- had MitlU-iently f"\'erll The State IS mach indebted to the enterprising

means o. ki: ,twin.;, uth.! >u.rli s\e have this perfi'inutuv and let the Kcpudlationits PnrNSeCIf$ establishing 1 new 11.1 .11"'ri'lr| to accidentally say that lie after must hn\'t turner! on. gas managers of the fair, who have now f."r
having extinguished" the four taken ri.k,
seen i.llu-ions from time to time of the have &&I'lrHI", as the :"rtl.r 1( ;h'rlllih limy the (1'81 steamship line run light !lt! .will U able tu leave the hospital trouble years audexl'ense9 on qf themselves so admirable the a .et tI': .

heavy luir l-'ii'uf titxutieri:roo. the county o(f' 11.ulU\'H' uvm. \ tu de.!hr.l it.$ pia; 'tu ("teat Hrliutu. The dangersof the within .- dav-. ehibit.n .

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1 111.Uo.11I01'1:8.. / great "urpht of tames Sundays! are oh- Xntttv tn 1'tf.l';(11"1. I I''o AA NN NN IllUtltll\ OOO BlUHm's:::'
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1n 1- er\ed (in tluMpamp) !" as strictly as in I'.tlat- \ am now really to n-ccive, Slateaud: (Conn- .: .1.1,1 XXX NN lilt Mil OOOOOU ) ) Hit lilt:4:\ : : :i f

Movi: is llvtt.r.ovn l'WII.1"-< kn, so flrnoc wo could !seen kind of work (ty'I'a\ a't! assessed!" ; for lie( "e.ir 1ss 1 |, al myo'tllce I I.!>;." ; 1A AA NX x xx nn nn oo oossrss 1m : :SSSSSSSH:: !
,,n U: ; in tlie 1..prts.. prinlinon establNhtnciit, NX X NN 11111111 00 oOIUmt: :XX; :; 5'X : : :
In portion' to know i j" tran aete 1 there beyond I he :! : : AA AA SSSSHSSS i
/iitleinan a : 11l'1'1.tI.r: I part Tliird xd-rt. SSSAAAAA XX XXX 111HII\ OO OO HitX xxxnn :

i I.,,' speak": W(' Icnrned. yesterday of feeding and rariju; for the stuck' and In- W\isnr.N! :>i 1'. !SCOTT, I SS \ .\ AA NN NN liB 1511 OOOOOs Hit t: : xx xx: :SS'SSSSS
I Collector\ of llevenue: for Nasstn I County. :: ooo IMINN :NN :: :: :
T. .nisvllle! & Nashville tnanngcincnt bor.-rx. V.'e don't think they carry on a : : >: hided to romltletethe :-:1.11II:1.IlItlf: !Sund.iy! school, but a1I.\ i is quiet! :and, orderly Fernandina' Fla., October I 1.., 1 I'ylAolice I
n.. if under the moral 1IIIIIIt'I1 anti police I
termed, the Pensncola
,, it is now
i ,?. I' regulation of our own latt-abt,ling city.I : to'191 \-1'it jors.I .
,Division! of the Louisvillensh: -
I I i WILL beat the f.IImill places at the'
,.\-tiin., It will remembered that !j I .1 <'[./:. I.\' .\'/: i r.s/MIV/. .1 I. times slated below, for the: \purpose 1 off Ir i

i his important branch: was abnn-: The prc s t is now (lie great moulder o ", r the wile of the Pensaeola: : road I public opinion : in the ,slow day* when the \present year: ; Wholesale and Retail Houses.

of the lint thirty (miles i steam :and 11'11': I'aph1'1'1' unknown, the orator Odom's, (, r.raneh' Monday, :\t 07., If*I.King's l I.
iinpletion in the I.; the and ofi the "
| mini, i pulpit Ferry, Tuesday, M,
' Junction to I'cpton/: but 1'1.111.1,-- the I idea1, which! the "
/ I huntings, gave shape to !Dunn's Creek., Wednesday.! ; !tl.
?11, ,tits; in railroad> all'airs h.wl'l.rol1t\hl multitude received on all great question' ; L.V.. IIigginbotbani's'I'hursitiy: : Nov. H>,
I I but those days have passed, and the
much more prominently to tl e : nw.iy IS"'I.
-i Louisville it 'a'hvillu'unl orator: has given place to the lightning I'.randv, \ I'.ramh! Friday: :'\0\'. t 11 t 1 1s"+1. A ,
:hal the I press" :and men now look to the columns of (Call.ihan: :: Snturday, I 12: "
..11 I, has wisely determined that to I tl.e newspapirsoti all great questions, w h l'l h. Hart's L'oad.: : 1 Wednesday., : '!. ..

this: coiinectlii} link III a great air er secular: cientilie, or. religious.] Hence it Conev'ille, Thursday; 'I. I AM \11111'1\II''O\'I'IXhAl.1.\< ;: (Ig'.\\TITJIoH':::; ( (noHl'CII\) AS
11alflol'o.ital i I. that the press: has: Krome an engine ol'ln. I;.ilcrville'I'liw'silay, ::1. "
the West i i'i a ( impor.ind -
t .
: cakitlable, but with al "
: power ; power oconns Amelia, Friday, i I.
hence the conclusion. We did re pon-ibility! ommen"urate with "'. F. :>( '(0'1"1''',

i ,Ira u'" to when the operations would tilt tnlhtence\ exerted. It i is unfortunate, 1 Collector ievcnne: Nassau: I County.IVrnaudina .
I.ut were told. that the work would he' I ho\ve\er that this ie'pon..ibility often rests : I Octoln-r b">. | 'l|1. (iiIT !
lightly the ...lIdud..f, public jour I
: next\ year r'p\'I'I'oUIIW\ means nal". Ill upon the \ il'.t'( in.my the newspaper\ I C:<>RQ100\ A: ('0.. FLO I UK GRIrrS: 1\ [EAL CORN .
,l'iy part of 1s.,..'. astheieis i hut a ha: tie I higltcr: minion (ban to maki* money.\ I I ,
1)1! ::.ip of thirty mile" between Iel: tnnI'itlr.lppl 1 for its pnprivtnl's;\ and I therefore, anvtliiinrami Wholesale: and 1L'lailll'ah'I': in ,
Nations in an unfinished, everything" that will add: to the ircle, of Qrttg'= +. )I eta iriues.! I"u oe,' Cuucl .
I ( itireailefs.no,: matter h.\I' itllleel'11t or immoral. I j NOTIONS.: \PAINTS.I : OILS.::
,,r I.. Thus \ve shall'uftinu'to live in nnitinii linds a \place: in its columns. If :Michobjectionable i
1 Clioiiikonl' I'orlili/.oi-s.! lilt: .. iI
of leaving: here' some morningIn matter were\ confined to theMcavnigcr
I \ ..lieet.. intended to "applythe I :\11, ;.". \V t P.: iy -:1.:: JACKSONVILLE: : FLA. I
ill l'Il1Ia-l''II./- \
and
'i ,ikfa-t I : dining\ ; : -
cravinws, of the low and \'kinll., the evil i r iVt' sell" at Savannah: : t'ri'es. HAY, OATS, FEEl ) AND .IlllAN,
,
,
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I 1,111I"' would not be !s' t great" but. unfortunately, II I"<* Si-nd: tor quotations, I'-oply

1'ixdlrnl..1:: & ATLVXHC n: .viiiiovn DOTS.MI \ ,- the .daily' j-iv-s t i-. to :a greater or, less e\tent: : .
iH"-pon-il>'le (for; dNbing III Ihl' 1\111"1 at- rose SAM:.
\\'. I1.11'ells: engineer in char,' of the, ; up\ j
tractivetyle IIIIII.h that i is impure! .and deinoraliing -
\ ,
', locating ) haixijned\, to take: I 1X'II.\Ni11lbr( : improved l'ity prop-
\\ -.tern crpst ; especially( on. the Illilld"It' theyoung. OIt) .
.in iippnintmeiit on the New Orleans .\: I'.t- It i- sums I tini"-. hard, for the conn-i- I city..so
oad.Ir: [ Davis Miecceds him.----Thei ;tilt inn* journal: ) to draw: tlie line beyondwliic .\(1'1:1OF: : OOD.; I:11111.1.IMt'K: (
II'i : and Car Load.I
rin'.t cleared fm.o New York .h! it i is inadmi-sible; to go' :and he maybe I : ( LAND), By the Cargo .
i K /milts ,
under tnltivatill
s. sometimes led too far: by the example:: of on this I Island ; fifteen acres
last week for PensaeoUith! SilO tons of others who aspire to lie called- enterprisingami For Information apply toF.

-tcel rails for the IVn-aeol.i: .\: Atlantie road.\ progressive," but a conservative I I restraint I I'. :SFIII5KU: l : :l t:,
alwaji holds him within era-iinalilc ;!7 :Mansion[: J\\ Oil"".
--.\. .r. Lane & ('II. are pusher.They will l lbring
bound lt. There, is a class, however, who
I.OUO men from the New Orleans it revel in the publication of the most\ disgusting ; :: 'I'S obtained for new inventions

IVil'iLto: work on the IVii>oal'flla.llallth': detaiN of evi'iy scandal: ami dote on l\'I'I- -- or (for improvements'\ in oldones. I : TILl'S: KNAIJLKD: ; TO SI'Ll1'O\:

-Omnibuses() will become. feature in IVntacul.i giving: the particulars: of the most shocking Caveats, Ilil'riligeulcnt''I'raue-1lnrks,! : [
crimes The |vrniciou << intluciice of these: and all I 1 business promptly attended
when the new Fnioo depot i is: tintehed. t patent:
is incalculable ; to them i is largely; due thecorruption to. 1 INVKNTIONS\: :: THAT IIAYF.: /lJoEIU..IE'TtlllIa : :\
.--The Columbus (< !a.) papers\ : state of morals and the iilarni- ,
public : ( :\ \ :still, in most t cases: he 'mt-
that Hates & Young, contractors on the ing inciease of crime This fact i is becoming i-iited by us.: Iteing: oiiposite (the F. S. /Patent '

bridge piers' at .\palIl'hkol.J'i'l'r., have to be more and\ more\ understood, and Olli'ee', and engaged; \ in \PATHNT IUISINI1SS DEALERS FAMILIES: : EVERYBODY
these are the !signs of ofllll'ro\\'lh ofu healthy
started their arrangements immediate ::: HXCLFSIVKLY: : : can se'rtrepat ,
senlinu.'ntagaiustjtiurual' of thN cla!' Murk The Louisville: Bridge Company have Itoston: ,'/JfIl'lIl/lIl0Iill tliissavs, "There is a from( Washington.i ;

the contract I for the iron spans and drawers.The I growing feeling in every healthy community When! Inventors, send model, or !sketch,

-- l'clI'aella & Atlantic contracted for i against the journals which make it tl.ir"pl'l'ial we make search in the Patent Ollice, and 1 "
object to minister to perverted l taste advise as to its putctilabilityl'rreril'tuulr.l'urrc '.
7.0410< kegs of spikes -1allll'duy.-l'clIOI/cIIlfl: ( .
by l'l'l'kill g out and I serving in a seductive ''palulen'"oriliuctitbll ; fees reasonable : -\1' Till I ':- .
.,(hanrc. form ,1i:< \ll'lillI'allllal'l; and licentiousrevelations. ; and NO ('lt l!< iK FNLKSS:: \PATENT
There i is: good reason to believe
: IS (OUTA1NKD.1
AT a meeting of the incorporators of the '
that I the clean newspaper\ is more highly "'l' refer by permission! to the City Postmaster -
Florida\ Midland & (Jcorgia Ilailroad: held prized to,1IlllUn: it was four or live years and to the Superintendent\ \ of the
saute I two weeks ago in the oftice of Frank ago. It is also) safe to I predict that as \people Post-Olliee honey) Order Division in Wash

W I'ope, KSJ.; of which\ meeting a hasty in all ranks of life, who wish to protrrttheir ington. Fort-peci.il) : referene'sciretilarser-' :
own at least from (contamination: become .
notice was made: at the, time in our local column. more conscious! of the pernicious i in- vice, terms, etc, address C. A. HNOW & ('O VERY LOWEST PRICES.

Captain. II. Dial was elected, president tluenccofa certain class of journals called IMf i ?D.C. I
: ( Opp.l'at'ntOllkell'a; 11:10/1; / ,
and Frank W. Pope\ 1;,,'1., secretary "enterprising, because they arc ambitious to
serve up dirty scandals, they will be careful .
aril The of
treasurer. act incorporation was
to see that the ,journals then, 'permit to he 1'rofossioiial! and IliisinosH! <'ar ls",
read and on motion, J. If. \'lItworth, read in family circles are of the ('Iuthat -- -

Angus Paterson, "'. II Dial and Frank W. never forget the proprieties of life. Already 'I'. "'. AMIiit: ,

Pope were appointed\ a committe'eto \prepare men and! women of refinement and healthy: I THF.: PIMMIfJ\ : IS: (COIMUALLY r INVITKD HXAMIXK: MY STOCK OFGENERAL
morals have had their attention called to the TTOI5NKY I I I I t AT LAW, << .
and books it Madison! .1\
open (subscription pernicious influence of bud, lilt'rallll'Llltl

Fl.i., and other convenient points if deemed have made ('OIIlIlIl'IIlahl1'111'1; ,. to counteract FKItNANDINA: : \ FLA.Special .

necessary.: .\ motion was made and carried the same I by causing sound literatim' to I

that not more than ten per (cent of the capital be published and sold at \po'.mlar prices.The.se attention given to collecting.:
efforts! ; :ll'tJ.orkill silent! but sure Otllce\ over Horsey'.s' Drugstore. liM'nn
stock Mibseribcd': should be paid! in tit revolution. The best authors .. : MERCHANDISE.
are more genwally : -- --- ---- --- -- ---
anyone time after sixty days lIoti'c.} "'c read to-day than at any previous time 11'11. ii. ('. i) iruviiKNKHAL : :,

are greatly pleaded to know that such enterprising The sickly: sentimental story paper, and wild
ranger and pirate story book are :slowly /""\t : COMMISSION: :: MHIICHANT: (
the named
spirits, as gentlemen
k : yielding the field to worthier claimants. To >..J-
above. have taken hold of this importantmatter. the praise of the decent newspaper it may f '):1'In: Sr., .,: \lt I It.: 1 It.: DKI-OT: ,
--.l/ I t.l.al'ECLJ.TY i i: : : :
: OF
:SFI'PLYIN) i VIINNULS: : WITH
tutu has been read for FKKNANDINA:
years by youngand : FLA.Hay '
Oi'ii ILur.
rtfAn BIILlst week was old, it lias developed, such a healthy

quite an interesting: one In railway affairs in tone and such a discriminating taste, that Corn, Oats.f I

Tampa. The return of the engineer corps the literature of the slums: has no admirers.I'ortunatclv _._ -- I

.of the Jacksonville! Tampa it Key West the number (,such families: .Ii11Lli! JIc'CHt'I"'X, I
increasing in the land and increase
are as they
Railroad: l after completing their line of survey the journal that\ di-vote itself to s-h-k- lOXTIlACtoil AND HUILHI'It.: ST<<>>RES :IIIG! UIIANDLERY.IHl.rms

to Punta lta: "sa, and on the same day cuing revelations: immortality will be .

the t'lIgllll'corl's of the Live Oak, Tampa compelled) to find its :.supporters) : solely among .\Ial'lllla1ln'd: between t''oIHl11I1 Third,
those classes; tJatI'al'll'e\ \ vice or crime, or
A Charlotte Harbor camped: at 1'tvu-Jlile FKItNANDINA':: : FLA. .
are ambitions to learn to follow in suchways. ,
liranch: and several of the party came into ."-Z it i'ut.
tnlt u. They had completed their line toG'aspcrilla Orders and estimates from a distance! carefully -
Hand and came back highly A sum nun BXTlU.U 1..t1'on. attended to. L'.Vtf! : : ON TIIK: LINK: (OF TIIK: ItAILItOADS: AND f Tim: HIVKH: CANNOT

pleaded with their route. Then on Fridaythe Hot alum i is a rcr' nt suggestion; as an insecticide. "'. 1(. n.\t1U % ICHI'I', DO HKTTKIt\ : : THAN (L\ I.rl AND) HUY, AH I OUAUANTKK: : : TO SKLL; : AS LOW AS

ri.;!ht-ut-way \partyreturned, having gone It will Ill.-tmyreuandhlaekaiits, AfiKNT. TIn: SAMK': COODS: IN TIIK: HAMK: (lU.\\TITnS: CAN UK: IIOUCIIIT IX JACK-
cockroaches, chintbu s, sjii.r\ :l. and, all,
some forty miles along the route of the Jack crawling pests that infests our houses. Take UIIOI.KSM.i: AMI KCTVII.BFTCHKit SONVILLK: : OltXY NKIOlinoUINO CITY. I HAVK: KVKKYTJIINd: ( IX STOCK

souville'I'autpu&" Key West Railway, and two pounds' ot alum and dissolve it in three AND) STOCK( DKALKIJ: :!:, THAT ANY O.VK: : ( '.\X :: !-;():\.\ ,v WAXT.GROCERIES .

si-cured the right-of way without any material or four quaitxof water ; lit it "stand on the ASIIUOuh'r
dim'culty or obstacle prescntin.: itself. lire! !until the alum disappear\ : ; then\ apply in loo.TKXXKSS I
; it with a hrll..h while II'url11I'lhll hot to I
The next thing in order is work. We want every jtiintuul crevice in your closets, hi.il- : ::: I':1ItlI:1'.1: : : HI'I.eIA: LT Y, .

to see this commenced at both ends and ill stcads, pantry. sM.vi-s| and the like Hrii-h; HKOOM :SntKirVnnF; : ,
tin middle, nod the crevices in the| Hoar\ of the skirting or
that will look like real earnest H'-tf FKnXAXDIXA.: FLA.
III'Ih..artl.i *. ii'yon suspect\ that they harborvermin. OF ALL KINDS.
business.-uf! ( CtMint 19' -- .
OUrrM. If. in whitewashing i ---- ----
ceiling
a ,
o. N. AKIN: ....
.\I.oxu Tilt 1,1 SJ--The Palatku Journalftays plenty of alum is added to the !lime, it. ,
will aNo serve to keep insects! at a distance. C/oNriiAuroit .
: Improvements\ along the line of the Cockroaches. will flee the paint that has been AXD JIUILDKU.MlNTKAtTl : .

1'IoridaSauth'rtl:, nail ny, between here andfiamesvillc. washed' in cool alum water. Sugar !barrels
nut ),IIX."illl. be freed fl'OlIIlInts bv drawing \ 'KIM I
.
are taking place at almost
every wide chalk\ TOBACCO AND CICAUS.
) a mark hist around the iilgof ,
station, and some of them are quite extensive the top ..f them. The mark must be unbroken \U)( LlISS; nit.\( 'KKTS: S.\WIW: ) AXD)

Felling tree-, ditching, c1l'lrillgl'lallt- or they\ will\ c'I'l'11111\'r it, but a continuoin TUItXKD JI.LUHTJo:1t.a'JoI.: : : .-.
ing fencing, building houses: 'stares and chalk line half an inch in width STAIIl IIAII.S WOOD KAVKS-: :

saw! milN, enttins logs, preparing ground will set their\ depredations! at naught.Hllcp. Tnolai11nTIJI) [ : : [ CJ.

I oiaiigi Droves" etc.. i mainly tie order 1\JHt-01Ji'c \ WF.ATHKnnoAIlDIXU: : : -

ui iiii|I'fl i\viiivntt. It i i-> really\ 'Mipris-ing at I ()ffil'e ilonrt-rrtmi S.OO A. M. to (UNII'( N. V.M. FLOOItNtitlr A Full Stock of FURNITURE;

the general extwtt of the work. The logging ; Money[ Orders and Ucgi-tcrtil letters from I I5O.:

camps) are in full blast. George M.Urittain AINI.\: si.\ to tail: |.. M. ; and from ::.oo r.11.
to ::5-Kl::: ) I-. \\1(. Sunday from J0jo:: to 11:0.\::: M..11nIS',11..tNli \ uu l ('hili" '" Work
whose camp i is nine miles west of -IXCI.tr1115OltttutleI
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fjEI'\R'fl"U: OF Tilt MUIX.itftlifrn .
1'alatka. has now forty mules engaged in \ J/'i/V-.\rri\"(... daily at lo.m: .\. M.Closf \ A :SPKCIALTY.DOOIW : ); ( .

the want and a large force of The'aiding' 5 im .
uu n. : I'1\( () -
Httra Mull- ; AXD WINDOW) FUAMKSOF : Suits Tallies Chairs
.
,
i i- piled with logs and his entire ,
I For i iMiinU north .,Savannah::
"amp presents! u scene of decided! activity.Mr only I i'loses\ ).(.) f M. Post Oflicc15o\ I;t. ALL Sl1'S.: Bureaus, Rockers Wliatuots

IJrittain. as we are informed, will supply Ctilnr Keyttutl Tf(limit liiiilrintitArrives. jan Fernandina, Fla.Hooh I ,

tile new hteam saw mill of this place ...... crawl r. M. i Lounges Bedsteads
with logs, while the logs brought here e 1""t1 ......... .................. .............. $:1.i 1.. )I.1I'.IIf Mattresses.
: : : fromWallace
\\ l-'l'iri'l'i uiul Matloiiorj.Wholesale '. I
Jc ('a..heti'r Ulllwill g'I to Jacks .\rrh.t'. .4io r.r.. !

Minvuii ;" supply the wants it( their mill at ('I"'iI' ......... ................................ ..:I\i) t'. )I. lIon.\tl: IltEU'. I
that place, UritUin will also tupply\ the ,1'iri-pnniltr tint SIiilin* /HrrfArrive TIIK: MOST( ACCOMMODATING KMPLOYKS: : ; I IX TIIK: CITS.A.l"reORrsrJ\'.
liemill -.10'i% .\t. ;).1.) p. )I. and ltctuiiS'1'i'1'IA11:1t1'
of the Florida
Commercial I Company
.
( 'Ioc ?.1OMI1'. M. :.UI: P. M..V. .
now ready for work two mile west (If )f',,"'x unit Tfiiilff"* hill .Mi- noons, : ,

J law. M .. ." The capui-ity' of this new team Arrive* Tulaj s and Friday! nt 2:1) ... N.Cloit .

uiiu > j'liKKi Ui-t uf luiulHT |Ilt'r day. Thwmu / tlon'lavau'i'fhursdays( at HI.I \. a..sy. Ami )II'SU',
M'tfift, fi',.. 11/1/-
+tt.jan operation last Tutwlay. The Arrives.. MoiuliyiiidTburs' .layi at "x.o' \. u. Vi WKMT \IJ n' Siam,
t.j0', a LIU \VulLu-fit Ca-ihcn'm-umpun-vt-r! )' TneLiyi'' full Friday* at :?:.''J> 1'. )I. :::1

Hue ones: and in great number,. The camp ** 1Vc4n'sdaysandSat'ilayr at !);
itself( i< u niiA-t lnj..in"->. iilt'- tf..I r. It ha 1.ltncw Tuela>>. Wctliutwlayn, -
F'riday' and Sattlnlays; at 2':?" P MS .
ht u.'l".ar.au'. of u small (ettU-ment. with a JIL T. ItiuutM.: |I'. 51. ; IIuukH Second
ii Kperlul5 Street, FKHNANDIXA.







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Inh.'OI"I", AVAXXA1I, 1.'l.olJlWJ.OTJ.H: : ::; :: I (; LNI: U.tI: IU"I'On"lIlh'd : iVKii( : : i-or.NTY. I AfKcttof of Tiutci; --'ll"l-I p:,, ;
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l RAILWAY.I Plant.
t ('ukuf.Jnrlc-li.: I). Davis, Sanderson.
,", riiiMi:; (CARD' ) S UI'w Oliicerr.' ('lrk-i'.l. POIIS, :Samlersoii.ijf ;; Cot/irtof of! lf/'C//I'-l.'I'.dl'I'j/ I k v

r rI 1 1)1I1I1I.ll1ftl'r :Sunday: A11g.; 2.S\, "I.SSI: Passengcr t.vxn om I OK TUB Trnins on this road will run as follows J/I"I'r-L.. Darnes, (!ainesville. .I.tYtYRV1' '! T'i.rrx; -(Jeurge )P. Catmva( Sanillnlnf ; of ,1lcnds-.Ii. ( 111'tirt.Ic'o

FJ.OHlII.TIU) \:OIT; RAILROAD( ) : I'Vt Mail. Jack'villc: Irl'' '(',.-John 1-. Rollins: (laine \' dcr.nl. ( )'. '
Daily; Kx press. ....tfiirreyor-ffrii'-riil Malar-hl Martin, ( '( f 1rrrlHt'-I'ieuting II. Smith. MoXItOi I I.:: ('/\:
PIININSHLAR: I J: 1\: 11.1:0.\: ) F.xcipt: Sunday.; Daily) I has"('I''. :Sanderson.Stifirriiiti: County .Inrlye-'has. S. '<1'.,? |"
I i Leave Savannah t for 'Htlfitt 81'/11/(11.-\. J. "'. Cobb) ( '(rrk-l'tier'T. .,
( \ll'nlflo\ l lira nth.) i i"TitT: t' '1'111. i:if Knight. ICrti< \\\.
Florida. : ...... ...... ...... t.:'" \p.' III. 10.45 \p,. m. Olustee. >611.1eurge..Ielmtcrritt;;// ) K,
AMIFMRXAXDIXA ...... ...... .. .'\ 2.10) Jnigr'-'I'h44nles Settle, .f.lakrlhlville..llrrr.hlulJ \
I Leave Jesiip' \.10)1.) m. a. m III1'101:11) : lofXTY.Coitiifi .l.wfiwr "/ 7a.r'eN--\1'alter I C. M 1i I;, ,
[ ]: LearnI'nyrr4i 4. ...... .. .i.lJ.il.) III. 4.55: a. in. II. Durkee) .lnl.k; !< \" \ Key West.Collector. .
:: : ) ) *: .1.1ACK.SOXVH.LKRAILROAD. :; Jni1'ji>-.1. Il. ')Providence) .
\ Jacksonville.\ /
Walter
11'rk-l'hilip
ArrivcutCallaliun( .. ... 7.J-11-1"-: | 7:12: a. Ill. ] .:- nf
)Lake P.utler. <
I ) ( // )'/ Henry I'. York, : UCI'CllrWa1er 111
Arrive Jaeksonville.... HAil) \p., m. $.15 a. m., IMHtXVI, IEKYI.M: ; : I':. A'In'Ii1J, =1\\ \\'. Tlllllh1ill.Iarke:: Jr./ Key \\\. t

;{VS Leave Jacksonville..... i..".; a. in. 11.311! p.' III. \jllninf\ / -Dennis) Kagan: ; .Tu.k"oll .1... it'ir{ / f Titfc*-\. C" Wainvv right! Lake 8"jc////:, ,, r f'' '//uul8-.1.1'. I1.I
In '/: May Leave Live Oak .. ....... :2.25! :! p. m.LeaveCallahan < orI.iTols| ( : OK cfsTOMs.: \ss\r
( ......... !'4. III> a. III. (i.25 \p., m. John' W. Howcll( Fernandina.IMwurd nf! 1"III'-lIullhl'I'I'r Ilaynes, l't"T\
i ,: Hopkins, Jaokwmville.! Santa: Fe..vqrlnlrnlell OJ"'y.llyrHi"tolIaklr 1 ,
f.or.vi MifTir. .Arrive
4Vnycrtiss..II.n1I441. I
dl )1'/-' / II. RhodesMnrke. d i :(
'
John I" House.( St. ; 111.
(( Augustine.
!> :;
Leave Fcrnandina........ ...... ......... !O.UO() a.m. I Lea'e'nyl'ro" *"""" I.lIp. III. .1. .r. t Cnrrie, Cedar Key. : : ( "cl'-,L A. )Edwards: : >
: I 11.05 : 1'\'lallri"
f Leave Hart' Jvo.nl: ( .............. ......... !).l7u.ni. Arrive at .I1.1<1It'-I.! :" ) nl p. III. llliKV: .Mill I'Of.NTY.' ft tier iff( --Peter ""olH. FI'rlialdilll
Savannah. .... ... 2.IK) .
(Leave: Callahan', ......... ......... ......... 10.52a.m. Arrive from Savanmdi.on p.' for m Itruni\M\k a. 'm.Passenger (.\ "'.hut'tr.-Js\\M\\ .\ McCrorv( (CitvPoint. .Awfwr of 7//-\\1.: ( !.M I .
Leave Dutton ...... ...... ......... ......... 11.1'-:! n.in.' I : SCnCt' Olll..t.r... nandina.Collector.
Leave: ISnuuly' Itrancl( ................. I 11.S! a.m.' lake. the I'ast Mail arriving at 11i'1I1I.wid! Ii KXIITTI\: :, i: I.II'\IIMI.NT.: : : ( 11'/-\ A. :Stewart.: TitusvMlo.AIHIIVIH of! Irt'r/t Warren(' I F Sinandina. ,, i

llaldwin ......... ......... ........ ): 1'' III, .
Leave : 12.0.5p.m.' ( l'a-" leave l'.run"wick) at !O.5n: a. III., (; /' '/(.,/--Win. D.) ]1II.lxIHIII1.! ''/ 7b.rs-4\ltllace, \ I R.: :Moses, ( (.o-
Leave: Maxvillc.............."..... ..".. 12.M: : p.m. engers: J.itrlYUlnl-r'rirwr--Living( ttllli'. I gianna.Jrilln: f"lf/n'io/rrolr'n't/clronls-11'.1!/ M
Leave }Lrtwtev ......... ...... .............. 1.1'J: p.m.' airising t Savannali: for Dari) :}.IMI lake 1 11'11Yscllgers p. the III. Fa-t Mail. i cl, Key "''1'1'0 I. ( '/fur I ll.'r'r'D.I ). Johnston, (OrIamo ) 1 Callahan.: :
<;n
Leave TcniplcN[ ......... .I I I---) 1'.111.( > SiTfft'ii-i/' X/H/I John L. (Crawford | Orange) comity. OU\XKICOI: : .NTY.County .
f ..... ...... .. .... ...... .. .... L-'M: J'asscnjrers Ic.t'i11giav11 at .no) a m.
Leave Starke;
: ,
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\p.m. lahassee.CtunjilfoUrr. i $( crtti-iiiti'nt/ 8/1.11I11//-\ (Ii" -)1 h'. Li Jnilye ll.: L. Suniin
( : "IIIH..taLlc\. : il <" '", '
...... ,.... ...... ........ 1.51 (daily except :Sunday' ) \ r
V I.eavc'I'Imt lolI p.' 'u. the I':1.1Inil for Ii' rila. -\\ D. liarnes, 'I'alla I I I lIa" (; range. ( '/" /'-. [1'. ]Ilnghey, Orlando.
:. ........ ......... ... 2.tl! : : / ,
Lplve111. I. ....... : p.m.' from the Fast Mail Tri'umirif-Henry .\ L' I :Ingle.\ '. : t LAY fOl'XTV. >'6ril1'Inntas'ilttle;/ : : F-.tt. I
Floiidithy ) !
Passenger"
Leave (lilll'ilh.: ........ ......... ...... '!1.m:!" (
: p.m. \\iili train in Ma- AlfofHcy-di'iirriit, ---( Jeorge J'. I Itulley i ( .1a1 li/i- J. '1'. Awfftnr of. Tn.rc.i--James ,n.Reid. !
connect at Jesiip' ( arriving : / // C'opelaml, OrangiPatk. Il\I.
r
Leave Arredondo" ...... ......... ......... !. >- \p.m. hiissce.V Fla.C .
t .. ......... ...... ...... I eon at 7.5o) \p'. III. .daily 1 (exec'pt :Sunday.;, ) .
Leave l.itlnu! .... ... -L"7! ...
p.m. '
iiiiiiiiitnrr Lund .\ ( illfct Ib'vcniir ',
I Palace: :Nleepill'a's on the, evening tJ'ailittaih' / llngh ( 'I--O.( ,1 P.itddington, (Jroc-n. (CoveSprings. < of / Riehaid( i II I i ;
Lell'I'I.dler....... ...... ...... ...... ...... I.'-"') \p.m. I : Tallahas.see.XiijH'fliilciulfiif. : :Sanford.lfiifirrnteiiilent:; .
and Jacksonville :
r r+ Lcaveltrunvtal ...... .. .... ......... ...... hilt! Ll'Wl'PIIa'allllllll! : '
p.m. '
Charleston and.lark 44nvillcan(1Pubrunani1 / nf I 0"'it. //. '' '/" : X/ / James W.\ )DeWitt) (Jieeii CoviSprings. : ,S'i7 )/.. -John '
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: ( ; (T//// ( I I1'uIt : :
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Leave Ollcl't'n.e1.1'1I'C \, ......... ..... S.10l.n' ( Foster, ( Tallahassee.Ailjndmtfi\' Reid.:
,
I Rosewood,\...... ........ ......... .. (;t.lHp.m.Arrive Jacksonville.No: : : .
of between Savannah and I ('/II'I"-.J.1'\::. Y t it 111', Tr: : 7'/.iv.y Win. (Con 1 i 1TTXVM:
change cars : : J.w.wi if way, KingsleyCiifliittif (
(Cedar Key ......... ...... ."...... Jacksonville/ ( 111111 :Macon I: :and Jacksonville.Passengers 1:1'1:1'DDW.: \: \TlIIX. ( of HftfHiii'm. S.: PlummcrMaxville. Jnili/f 14'ulrIte-1.! Huilisoli' P, i
\ 1 t.oix; < NORTH.: ': leaving; Macon at 7.'io:: p. m.connect 0'11I"111I1'-\! ; A. Robinson! f1l'F.. Forwanl" Palatka i "

I at Jesiip with the evening train for tfit/u'fintenih'nt ii.f l''("0'I( I F. ( :iC'igerMidilleburg. { i :: .
Leave Cedar Kl.:1):; a.'II.' scr.f '/I'I'I:. C. Tallahassee.tfjircliil ..11.iJ'Tloll:1.a1Ir.
Florida Long!:, : .
Leave J Rosewood: ; ........ ...... ...... ...... /Ii. III a.m. daily. AI/I-II/K l Samuel 4 Fairbanks. .1..I..ur-S. 1. IIllIon".
from Florida liy I the Ilxpre.sstrain : : 4 4 ,
Leave (Otter) (Creek ,........ ...... ...... ... ".oil) a.m. Passengers with Itnilding; .Jacksonville! I D.) S. Place "' COI.I-MI.I, t-orxrv.' tit ,of! 1/11"1'-.1" I" '1'" PriceXiiii'iliitemcnt
connect at train aimingat ; : ; ,
id'UV4'Irnusun........ ......... ........... i.l:! 11.111. Jcsup n""H./llI"-\\'( ', :M. 1Vcs..Ir., Lake City / of'itulir; /; A'rl+ovf'.I( \
II I Leave Arelier. ...... ..... ...... ...... ...... 1'K.II'I a.m. Macon,. 7.05) ; a. :III. tllily.I'lM : : si 1 I'HI'. II.01'1: r. ( '/rrk.Itihn'irlxunt/ : Jr., Lake 1 City. :ll'i'kl.ld.

I Leave Nation: ...... ...... .................. S.I: ;>! 11.111. (Cedar Kc01111 ngcl's1r14111StVnllmdlfurlltlnlt'1VIIlP Florida: : Transit, Road lake, C/i.I"dI'r-J-: :. 1. 1:111(44414tark: ""' Stifi-iff=.1. W. Perry. Lake: (City. TAYI.olJ COfXTY.:
l L"lIvcrl'l'llolIl"( ..... ...... ...... ...... 8.5Ha.m. the : trniu.I'a'senmct" : Axfurin/f! ./nti'('--J. Wostcott, jr., '1':1 I : .I... I'. ..II'. of! 1."f'II-I.L. \\'. Rivers, Lake (City. riiitiiJiiil/i-; -\\'. H. l am ker,1'Crry.
Leave ( ;Jaine.svillc......... ...... ......... !)I.a.; a.m.' K.\press : Savannah for: Madison !see. ('''''''1'1'11i''I'.I.}. r.. !ParNi: Lake 1 t'ity..wprltilh'nlfrnl Sim-+ i$( '-'I f homas) 11..1/, I Perry..
j Leave Waldo( ...... ............ ...... .. ... Ill.,1)11.1,1.Leave | from : Atirnlii .1".11'-1 R.: 15. Van "'. .:(', ; tiftfdtiHili, -JuliiispotsdanicrLake : : Clcfk-John C. Calhoim. ferry
( take! this
.II I Timrston...... ...... ......... ..... 1(1 I<'.;"> n.m.LeavoStarko i train.Passengers M.ontictlloTalahasseeand( : iiiincy I l .1 ad'"I'( '"vi III'. City. .'""I'I'I."Z.'t( ; of sv/cj//.s( -T. j. Frank1'I ,

,J 1.j i I 1.., : ; ........ ...... ...... ...... ...... 11.11 I 1 n.III. from ( Monticello ( '/,'/'/--(C. I H.[ Footer, Tallahassee.II ) : IIt'\'U. ror.NTV.iinnty 1 erry. ,
l plitcy'ltllaimu'.t
.... ......... ...... ......1!11.20 County; : S. Sullon
j Leave Temple's a.m.Leave and 1 :Madisi take the K\press::. train <' !' I rIr ..lU'i.iFlfitf ':.-. / / .!/lI/'II'-Wil1iIII1.\lcL":1II/ [ Jack-) 7i"/"I'I-I. J'errv'oiinii
I "J Lawl\ ...... ...... .. ....... .....H.57: a.m.Leave 1 Tcheauville\ (.'iiriiil Maxwell: !'ollvilll l : < ./ \. ( '11x I Perry, ,
H Maxville i) I ......... ...... ...... ...... 12.2:! !) p.m.Leave I meeting sleei>ing-cars al !>.lo sacola.tfirwul. -Augustus 4 Clerk-Thoma.s I M.: llnrkwan.laclunvillc: Collet-tor/ of i\,1'-.1, II. Harde'e: I'rrr'.INNI'NIP
; .. ... ..... .... ( ) I 1'I.' m. : .. of :. l I '
1 j Maldwin'? ... .. ... 1.10p.m. ..11.1.15I'XI'UI: ; ::-:s. / {';trllil-David) S. Walker, \ .NTUriah:// I:.. 1en.fack.ntn ill e..I. 7il.II" : J 1':1'1.: :, Porn
I Leave Hramly; ( Ilrunch.... ...... ...... 1.2.S::! p.m. Ai I 1il./'I'//-\. Jacksonville. sr. jonx's .
I < ." Leave Dutton ....'....... .................. LIt \,..111.L'aJ Leave :Savannah: daily'IIt........ -1.25 1 : 1'. na see.Tlilnl tartan. 'r nf Prevail. l'ol'STY.CII"'t.'YI.71.
j :'. Callahan: : ..... ................. .... 2.2p.lIl.:! Leave Jcsup ...... .. 7.15. 1'.111. ,-,/ ( ;"rai-I II.: J. 1'uulIndf.ti11.; (',,111'/ if 11(1111111-loses .T. Drown Ii I R.: (Cooper, :'tI(II-
I. "
'' {'furl-.fUhes.I. taker '' ,
\ : Ll'aJI.ul' Road( : ........ ...... ......... ::.2.; p.m.' 1..avoTI'I'all\'ilh' ..... tI.:!5 p. m. : Jacksonville.incrinte i 11.(
I," : Arrive Fernandi.'ia ...... ......... .... 1.00p.HI.) Ll'an'DlIl'olit) ........ iI .; ; p.m. ville. i ''I/-laltolo F. Oliveros.:: .Augiistui<
',.1.r Arrive Thomasville ........ 5H( > a, in.Arrive Fifth Circuit-James/ 1. Dawkins. ( :; >)IlS"I.-\1I'I.t! J. Russell : "'% /': l'-ltII''' Iler11mdrzt..lu: "' iuiiArxeiwif '
\E. / Trains daily, except Sim 111h13'. ville.Sijli:. Jaikso' ( 7 /. ..- David) L.I
: )Ij.iinbridge; ( ........ S.l5a. m. If / 11 II Ial. N I
r,, Arrive Albany ....... s .1.!.i n. m. Circuit' -II. L. Jlitchcll'I'uulpa.I : IiIMII.'I'44S: : COfXTY. Augustine.l'oector :
i', 'i' I Leave Albany ........ -1.15 p. 18. ;Srt'i( Clrfiiil, -\\'. Archer" I'ocke: ':: ( 'dim/if .Inlyr-I( Henry[ J. :Stewart, Jasper.Vlrrk ltf.//I-.N'!/ F. LlambiaSt. : >

I'Jo.\ I \ $(IIL.It RAILROAD) Leave Itainhridgp. ........ ;),1Hlp.( ) 111. / -J. Calilwell I l, Jasper.Sheriff :: Augustine.tfitiii'riiileiiili; .

,' '.' ( \\\'nlih\ Il//,.,,.) : I Leave Thomasville '* ........ X.I5p. in. ( 'O:II'C ( .:tlrndur. {,.{)'-Jt tines 1. I Duncan) Jasper.Awnmir nl of! "s'tool..*-( '. F. ['Pepall'

I.Irrivc DuPont) ........ 1.15a.m.Arrive nf/ Ta; ft*-J. 1 R.: Hunter, Ancrum.IWrctuf St. .\IgI..liH.nlTm
I I Il1. I.OIXIt; KofTII. TcbeauviHe' ........ :!.55 11.111. i ntsr l'IItI'I'rr.Ntfl / of 1.'t'1'I'/II/-\\'. 11 1 1ieieud[ {COfXTY.

'1 1I Leave: ICuldu,11111t14411........ ......... :2.45! p.m. Arrive Jesup' ........ H.15a.; in.ArriveSavannah alllHu..a Ti-fiis- 2d I October. ( ''olumbia County.; (1uoly.forlJ('-Icnry\ :.1( 'h..idy, {.,....I/.IukTholll'.1 I

\ I I t'f I l.ellVualltll:: Fe......... ......... ......... :J5.18; \ p.m.' ........ !)..o5a.m.Sleeping ":''t,44-Nh: :Monday Monday.. III October.Holmes ( A'upr'riofrnrel41It/(1lOlY-J44.I118/ II. Roberts ( ('/ Ivt-y, Iec.Iurn.g .

I\ : I }Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... .LOap.111.' :: ; cars run through\ Iict ween Savannah l :2d. W'c1IH'c1aalh.r' 1th :\ Ancrum. ,lltJ'-.1.[ )1 .l'll'. II"J 444'1 .

'f ; Leave Lochloosa........... ...... ......... 4.45 jun.Leave and Albany daily without change.Connection : 1 f in (October.Washington. III.UXVM'O: : cofXTY.nintii .1..1.1.,1 / (J. I'. Wil. Webster
I ; II C Orange) Lake....,......,.....,... fi..IO.111.\ ( at Albany dailvvvith passcn- 2d after Ith. \ \ 11'1'1'1 t I.i Jlamiltoii.
I : Monday : \ I'rooks-
Arrive Ocala..... ......... ...... ........... 7.OO( i>.m. ger train) both wa1011 Stilll Iltl'l'"tern Railroad in October.; ( .lwlye1L./ Fricrxin. :Sumterville.ffiilicfiiilemU'iit.
: (to and from :Macon, lnfnulaInnt: : ville. tfcliool.t-.\. (Clarke,,
1 I/j': J F i! iOI.Xll: NOIITII. gomery, Mobile, New Orleans( \ elc.fail Jackson( :"M 1 Monday. after Ith \ / .. Cltrlf.. -J. C'. Law. P.rook.sville. Snniterville. If C
Odllh) I t r. /: .ltl'l'W'-.I.1 15. Mickler, I P.rooksville.Afn'fuur I .
1 1 I Leave (Oeala................ ...... ...... ......5/.1.; a.m. ) I I "ll'lIl1ll'I.It'aHainbridg I t ,! for Apalachicola } llscainhui: $ :,:! 1.1.Monday in December.) 1. of' Tiucct--Frank M.Saxon: ; Urooks-: SfWAXF.K: IXifXTY.County .
i''','". 'I. Leave Orange (Lake .. ....... ...... ...... 7.2Oa.m.Leave : ) : and Columbus every Tuesday and( This net amciTdcri section :2 of act of ville.Collirtur'. : Jmlijc-M. M. JJlackbnrn, Liv..

I' ': \ ochloosa. ( a.: ..... .............. ..... $.::n a.m. :Saturday.Close t t ruary' 10/ ls7Vand! does not change\ ;; ( / / of 1l''IIIII-F. M. Towiispnd! Oak. .
: ; : Leave! Hawthorne............ ...... ...... 0.1.) ; a.m. connection Jacksonville daily :Spring Term. llrooksville.Siijufiitleiulciit: CI'r.Hol'l.'lt A. Reid!, Live (Oak.Sheriff ) .
I Iit Ll'avoallta:: I'e..L. ..... ...... ......... !)I."(5; a.m.' (Sumla.vs excepted, ) for (liven Cove Springs, : TIIIHlll'IJTll'. ; ] ) } John R. :Sessions, Live Oak.Ammtinr .
.'rive\\1ddujUlh't 11'II .... .......... 10.15 a.m. Augustine:: Palatka, Hnterprise: \ :Sanford;: ( Fort Dado. drlcrl8-,11.'i'bra'her" 7a'cs-\V. II. :Sessions.Yi: ,
; 1:1, and landings; on :St. Johns river. .tipriJi'rrm- born 1j
I,, Trains, on H. &. A. 1 R. I R.: leave junction, Tuvlor, 1 1st 1'111..1:1aft.1'. Kt \ / 'r'I 1I11.II-IIOIIII'.m: .; ... .I. r0.1I"9.1"rIJJ \'. Col/ertor of lct'tutr-Uulcrt/ : F. Allison,

f I! going; West at 11.:>7 a. in., ami 1 for J11'1I1I.\\'id! kat April. H.[ L. (Crane: Tampa Live Oak.
"FF.RXANDIXA ..1ACKSONVILLF.RAILROAD.
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I Madion : [ in \.
I Monday: April.Hamilton
1. 1.1111' m., daily ( Sunday. ( 'lrk-\Cn1. (C. I'rown Tampa. rf.ghouls-J.(1.1'.Jua(
: 'X"l.\t\ 1th :Monilay in \ "1/w"'I""I'o -
I Through/ Tickets and :SleepingCarlicrths ( ( .Vpril.Suwanee S'hrrijr1.I"ltae( : ( 'alt. Tampa. n' '
'I / and I Ian ing-ruuut 1 Car accommodations 1st Monday 11It(1'ItI\ ) ( \ .I..r./' (!l1:1.1.--: ::. I M.: '.parknta11'funtl'8.\ J Oak'U''' \ COfXTY.mntif .
secured al I Itren's'l'i'/ .: t OHice! No. 22 in '1'ril.| ( 11"/11'-\\. I 1-'. 1 : !
'olic't'r't
1 .1I:1" 7.SWIIOIMl /. / ttriY1'nutpa.
& l.oi'Ct /\
Columbia : .7lolI.1.IIIft'r[ Ith. JiKlje( -James: J I. (Chandler, Kntoi-(
.'. t'j Hull; ttl't'et,1111(1! at the 1 Company's: Depot footof ( ) 'M: f..n fieri ntciulf at nf( *.rh \ Libl'rl1011'1'. ('(. in ,.lprilI.at.tyctte] \ .
T.i I
1; Ii : KofTII. .IAS. L. TAYLOR( ith; Tuesday after Kb )( : (7rrk-14111' Ik-J) ins, Mnterjirise.: .
.1EFFIINOS.funnN ; : : :
I I
I j 1] 1 iicneral Passenger" Agent.J !. in April.J'.ill \. S"li'-\\ A. Cone, J-Interprise.
::" \ I)" Leave 1.\.I.IHIII.1iIll..11.. 8.111,1.4: 5o;: \4.nl I S.' TYSON: :Master: of Traiispoitation.: :, / 'I'm- / / Judy?-J. 15. f'h rbtic. :){Oil t l'cllo. 7ixe-Jolul. \ \\ .\ '" lint! :r
: Leave: Hart's Road: .. .'18.111..1iO' ( [ ttlu' '!$))' T. 15. Simkin.s Moiiliccllo.Clcik ( .
I), \14.114..trrIVClacksuIlVillc.2,5O14.114. 1 II. :S.: I I 1.\1 I\ t--:::, Generalluaagcr.; :ftiT Tavlor, 1st TlIl'llaIInl'I' I I-t :.loII< > / prise.
: .t 7.05 : \\\ C. P.ird Monticello.Stijtrniitemlfiii Colltctur
I : p.m. ( ).-tucr.[ of ln'I///eiJoll 1. .orlll. li.
t, 1 1r 4 COIXU: .NOItTII. 1.0JlII.'E: Tlt.\I. RAILROAD.: Mailison:.. 2d 1 Mi.I day in October.Hamilton tit. 8l'1umlllJ J R.: Taylor, Land.Snifrinte.Hilint\.

j Ith :Mojulay in October.Suvvannee Mont 1'l'I Ho. ( nf Hctiwlit-.\. CranshawHnterprise. ,
{> ; Leave .lm.k"ollvill..S.1I. :! a.m. it :t..1o p.m. JVCKSOXMJ.l.K! : :, Fl.V., Sept.: 12:!, \11\,0(1.(\ :! I 1st Monday: ) alter 4th :\ .. ('r'IIIt/II Trcni.iii\r-\\'. )(. Girardeuu, Jlontieellu. : .
qI Le.ue Hart's Road: \.!1.1.' 11.11I. it .1.15 p.m. (Commencing thit date 1I'8fn.44n this road: in October.( t WAKfI.1.A COfXTY.
I Arrive I'erlantii118..1U.2S; a.nl.' it Lao will run as follows : Olftol'lm' /1u'rune-Joseph l aI44erI(8r\ -
.f1 p.m. I Columbia( ;; Monday! al'l'I.lth ) CuiuityJa< Je-\V..1 Uiles, Craw ford ill''
\1 1'J I )Double, Trains daily except Sunday.CONNF.CT1ONS. i>oiM: ; wr>1'. October.Lafavette" licello. Klierii'\ Walker, ( 'raw( niviIIc.,
I II.
i'umnni/ff. Mail.; GIlt'i'u'Mday after lilt ) Aineimnof/ Taj-fn. -J. 1'. firanth.im Waukcenah. Citric-Nat. Walker, Crawfordvillefrijvriiileiuleiit ,

( i i I Leave .I Irks441IVflll'i 11 lna;<> a. m. !tlu): p. m. in Octiiber. I. of '1")1'T.. Duval,
() Leave White House..Ut7::: ::15 Forum, I I'UMTir. \KAYKTTi: COl'NTY.: Crawfordville.Cuiuity. "

J., ;,, I Airive: lald\vin! ......... 11-55 .. "prirty'liv'id- -' -. O//II".lIIIIII/-.J. 1)i 1444cvv'i'rm.'. i,'rttsrrrr1'1'. Walker, Craw
.vr FKUX:m : VMUX'V: I Fi.iv,, Leave. 1'aldwin.......... ... fordville.Collector.
1. \. |On: :St.; 'John's.:; 2i Tuesday,I in March. 'rifc Thomas: Walker, ScV'FEIy., ( !
With New York and Fornandh'.. Steamship Leave Darbyville) : ....... IO't5::\ 1'1,1Ith Tuesday in March.Hru'dlord Clerk:-Unwell Hawkins! New Troy. of lrrrutc-\1'. H. \V'al kcr.Cr.ttt-

Line from SeW York on Tuesday, at !0n. I Leave( :'alld'r"oll'; 11:22: I, 1st Tuesday in April.F.aker Hiilteriiiti'iiilt'iit"j'8rlln".I.1 C..Ia I:: tnsey, New fordville.I
in. or l.oo 1 ) p. 'm., uiiil tor New York; on Leave: 1 Olustee' ; .....::::::: I2.osa.: : r.i. : :2d J Tuesday iii .\pri !. (I'roy. A*//etf lt 7it.res-C. I R.: 1\'Illl: 1 I Mfordville. .

: Thlll..laIIlh'r arrival of afternoon I trains.With I Leave Mt.I Carrie C ........ I 12:211: : I" Nassau: :;,Tuesday in April.Duval. dnuitty 1h'l/lll1tW-J. M. \. IVacock! Sew. t .
.. I Georgia; : and Florida Inland Steani-\ Arrive Lake 1 City........ I tIN:' .. I 1st Tuesday in May.lill I' >y. -- .- --- --. .

heat Company (from. Savannah: daily except Arrive-1 Live--Oak...,..:., 2Vfa: ;,. ni! \ 1m- Weclor<< nf 1:1.1'It"I'-New' ton :$;app' New (:. 1'. .lVEitY.

t 71'1IIlatirSa'UlIIHlh; ; daily {'xl'cl.tullda: ; \'. AiriveTallahassee..... S.dtl(:( :-:t. John's: :Tuesday! : September.: ; 1'roy.

; With Charleston c4teaux'rfrutl: Savurtna'hand \ : .UriveClmttahooebi'e._ 12:25: :: \p. nl. t Clay, Ith, Tues-dAy in :September. .tsae'tOrnf'Thrrs-.i.t4.Ackley. New Troy.
r 1 I I Charleston: on Wednesday and undnyBrh'.tnn'Brh'.tnn ; ---- Pira'dford, Tuesday in October.
; .1rr'VcIi.tiursefllc.' : ,.,:, :!?22! .7ir..;: I.KO.V: t'nt''tTY.C'ulsdl.ludr441.1': .
:
( for S.uaiuiuli and' ( TlIl's.I:1uilli. : P. faker 1 :, 2.1! 1 1'1'11ewlny in October.Nassau .
I 1 Frid I-t iy, Arrive Cedar Key...... li55 ;!d Tuculay in October.Duval t I 1yrd'l'ull8ba.see. T 1V1IRY AND 10.IWI11) : :
[\ j II t With( Steamer Ft m from St. Mary's !River: .Irriy..a' !.tt.............. 7oo, 1st Tuesday in November. ::j r1-\!(} .. .G'itleV'8lldlaa.u(,! : .. ". .4
1! I t Luadingn: Wednesday and "'r.lali'r{ -- --- --- ----- Utri'-(r. A. Bryan, TalUliaxmv. CARRIAilI.S: ( : ..45111'.1)55( )
; 4;III\l: KVST. .
;1 1I :St.; Mary's Rher; landings 4 tm l"u"I:11I11t1, I'tuufHfft'r. if./ (. FIFTH < \luirir.ftjirliiy S"lw"1I/c'ltd"ltt. uf Stimuli-Henry N.IVlkel, To and. from :t'alcn and Trui.: -

I W,.d 1Il'' .\ I'l'i.1a'I"...,1illt...... :2:0! TifinSumtcr,3d- 'I'ullalIt\ Me.TrcusurcTI. CONTRACTS ( HT,
: r'iiia.
'I.'r ip.iu. m. JOJ IL\'I t.
,,
Arrive White .. : ( :: l Moiulay( in March. I.. I Dcmilly. .. see.Cullectwof .
cu.t.vnvx. 1101\ ..
IS"! <
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1 1i I Arrive ; Marion, ith )Monday in March, JfiTcuur C. C. Pearce Talla- t'ol
1'aldwin......... ;5.55 "
'l'nuul from Savannah al 1\1.1.:1. m. and I Putnam: : t1i'IlesIlyaller\ It h liassee.AfxeiuMf. HORSIIS.::: 15FJiIIS; HARNJISS.
1f Leave Haldwin........ .. '
|1:10|
2.20: ) III. : March.Levy. ,.. ( CARTS(
Il' .\nin'arhn.ilh.\ .. uf nl.r i. A. (i'rooine, Tallahas AND) WAON.XifTIIRMS ; :
I \T I vj.-:: 4th after lilt : : ;
11.11.1,111FLt. Arrive Sandei-son; Tuesday: '" CASH. Q.,
: ...,.. I d-jo: ') ,
'1\) and from Tullalia.ssop at .\rrin.OIIl.tt.,.. March.Alachna. IKVY: col'XTV, J-OlMce and :talll'Firt Street, near
1 'JO
t : noon ::11'i: Broom '
:!, 4th Monday[ erItIt )("" \. Street \\ 49-tf
( \\ II.
and 1.00) p. nl. Arrive Mt. Carrie. :tni:: 'uIIllI/IIlt/ltl"/ Svbring, Iroiison! ;
,; rf J.'aI.ukl' City......,. ;'i'anLiave :: March.Fall CM-J. :>L Itan-o. P.ronson. .-- -- ---,
AT |jnCIIUH>S\, FLA., TI'rIlt- ,...,, ./.ijl'/ .}. S.; Parker Itronsoii. Sh'tN tiiul Tiinrurc.
I Live O iik. ioi' : :Sumler; ( 1st Monday in October. ,
: p. m. .h.r 1, l Louis
of .iY*- Itronson. --
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With Steamer Alj>hn for 11loints\ and Appell.\ -- ---
i I I..an.-ullahl. ,, .1 in October
: Marion
I
(;juLeave ::: > ', Monday[ .
("II\1''H' ltI't'I/lIt'-J. Ira (!lore .
i
1 landings on Orange) / J.akc, on arrival of Pen- Chattuhoochcc.. :: ;:u) Putnam 3d Tuesday in November.IA Key. of Cedar NTKIITY: ,
{insular J ILiilroad Train.AT -
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Leave tiainesville. n.ti!> : a. 11): 'V.V, ttli Tue-sday' November.Alachna iijH-riitfiilfnt of .dIIJl-J. M. Mcndenmil Second Street, opjHKsite the Post-Ottice
oru\. Leave Cedar Key.... ... .ri.ui: .. 1st Monday after 4th TlIl \; Hroiison.

Leave (Ocala....,: .. November.
.
With Stage: Lino to and from Hrooksville .. -\j.: hKVKXTII: : tllUTIT.Orange M \MSoXot! :xrv.CvHHly .

; daily: except Sunday.Tuesday Mail train I- cu11mcts;I i at JacksTmTiUeVnTi;; : ';;:l'riTcTII&- J/ltlIt-H. M. Witherspoon, Madi
TIII''Niullil' : Sat unlay ; (from till' Nl"nllllah.'Illriola \ Western Railroad in
.
mid(h'aLI81141 Tumjia on Monday: Wednesday and at La kit City with the JacksonvillePen- ,,4th Monday ilonday in January.Volusia February. ann.Shrrif=ti. :[. Hankins. Mailison.Clerk .

Frida. sanhtS.lubileRailroad: : for Chattahoocheeand llrevard.1st.tutday in March. -John M. Hoggs. Madisonfiufieriiittmlfut

\T ('.:\I\K KKV: Fl..\., internusliatu ilation ....../ :
Dade, :td Monday 1 : in .'t 'ril. : of "<)yIi-I K.: :S. Tyner,
:: Passenger train connects at P..ddwin for 1uIt04J11.OllIIII.
Fall Term
With Steamer( Miller to -
and fnh111'tusacu ami
from
l.t on Monday and Friday. Peninsular nlll'Cliuts I on the Florida Transit Orulge'l.l.lunday: l \ in August.Volusia Trr or Railroads.J. .
/ \ 2d Monday I in :September; iWtetornf 1.11'1+/u('-M.{ H. Warring, Mad- l t t
I With Steamers Clinton and Ji-(/ m for S. McKLROY.Master: IJrevard lib Monday in September.
,
...1 tt4r 11 New Orleans' on J.'rhlfrolll; New Orleans Transp'n. Dado, :2d MomUy NovcmU-r.. son.Ae.*or 411'! T.IJ't'I-II. Wui'.svvorth I Midson. -
on Saturday ; from 1I1I'IUlIl11t1 Key West, .\\M._ H.\) \'IPo'O: X. SuHTintendent.|_ ''!.__ ) .
r on Friday ; for hCyVext and Havana: on M'NTEE: if.NTY..
Satunlay.\ 11ouCJ' Sa\tMl is ).lloiifi Jlndt' U ('ounO' Olllctrs.uciifi .
4S TJ.) l'RCHASK; : YOFR KNUINRS: i ) !FROM (iI.dy.ltulge-'f. Crawford Manatee.; -.'
With Florida it Havana Mail :Steamship; n+, IUII'l' sMU\( ) on u JO Horse ; $:'I.M'' \ t'oi'My.' 'lal'I.IIt'rttil'iUilh.: : ; Maiiatei. .

i 'ompany's Steamers for \Vtxtand'l'unl4 on a 20 !Horse, and. $jI1I) on :i :M; HorsePow 'u+) /ly Jiul.Hf-Junins C. Oardtier( < ( fihet jf .\ :S.: Watson Pine level
pa Monday; 11\1,1! 'l'hldl;". er F.iigino.: Send for our prices before[ purchasing ville. .Iiaraxort1\ Firm-:*:. J. Tyler, HrItI'l1tuW1Olcdur

I.I I. With Steamers( for )jwiints) on the \'alll'l' : ; ; Kngines: ( flits:. I'rcssi. Saw 11111Cri..t \ (7e.k-J..1. Carlisle, ( ;ainovtHe.NArrnVT ff: Hi-rfuue-- :Marion: < 5. Carlton, STOVKS, III-LITKIIS: HANUKRS.TIN .
River: m Thursdays at ((1 t a. m. : Mills.\ Thre-shers, or any kind( of Ma( John W. Turner, (iainrtvUIe. "opa"h. Sl1IFT1111S.IUF:

For information, resK.vting| routes, rates, l'Ilillt'r't, are Manufacturer: ,Agent, ,(1$1'( **..f nf mt -( Je irge \\-. Huwth( \nlwriuttIlIkij Siitonlt-Fclis J. Scward' AXI :

(.t(.., apply) ) to and guarantee( atMaction in quality amiprice. Hawthorne.Cdfftnfuf. I i'u Len1 IOOFINJ AND OITTWUXO.TUMI'S : .

: A. O. M\cDONIILU: No. .1.1: % Muting WAI.KIIU; ,stnvf: \\'LOFD.''>:01 Jde" nearCliarleti I \'ill,'. JIT'CMMe-i.1'1lwrtu- :}'*, ( ; Jur-atutu u \t 144' t''Tlf 1 \)[ 1 lJ\'JX) : "1:1.: t

f Ocit'l l'I'fcket and( 1'.1....... .\:""\'lIt.j n Ii tteL( 'harliMun, S. C. I "lfIt'l1eltkul t/ /o Irvulr-\V. X. (' Uuh.r Itulltit!;. 1. lthQ ty A law .tovk> of StUun 0 \ .

) 1 K.: M tS; %t LL, tleit'J Supt. :21 April !i, I iKsl--Jm. U..hl\10\111.. $ / Vu1clifleM,' ui-dluttdtruulvlrv. mv grit owith n.
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1. 0'113. "therI bon., arm r eLee.t.: .

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-- TO KW.sir/rrVOTATOHS.l f bought) about flo \(midi( of tobacco: and I ,". ,_)..). tO ,,". ...).. O IMU' DAYt' I! l'gfI .\ ,I't''U"i"IU"lIhoi.I -Heal-- -INdtfo.--. -. -. ---- -- ..-..
easily kept if theytint throve \\ lao embarked); morccvlcn-hcly/ in its I '
i,"lalm'/lIII'I' } I XU'I' 1C1',. TIII: rH.oiciuArnowN
""' cullnre. .l1Itlllhl' of half
in the time. They I amount : an acre, II
,1I"l.,1 proper
i i before they are dug, by tak- harvc-ted f'OlII7i! :! lorjisri:!: word( All were II I i T I A MEP.TINd: : : : ( J1.' THE: :STOCK-:
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tried
Hotel and Road: .( IMPIOVIMINT: : : COMPANY.)
th-gro'ind' and well 1'11'1I1',1 with the result: and |11111'1'0'e : 1AN EASILY: Hi:: MADE: \by wing)\ the 1.holdl'l'" of the (Each '
'tn
i! ii them on the nm.ltiPItheIII. ;; I planting: \ largely. thifall.(. Mr. 1 11. says: that celebrated' ;\ Company, held In the dlyof I Fcrnandimi: ,
v\ing,.* hard ami dry, they' are ready. ; I an ncrciii' ,rich hammock: land will readily i on the/ l PJih: day of :Septa tuber, 1 IMS) pursii-
yield ten thoti am1 which i 1,11I"li'PIIIIIah'I'I'li"l.,1, for three weeks:<, lYriiamiiiuit
ponmN, at 'Jii ant
will ,
sticky surely
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,till-,,, \\ rarrmyv take of them. I cents per pound (his. .*:2t>n. Me fnrlln-r says: ; ;as relinked' by I law, it was; resolved! by 1\ votoof
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1 i any may I < V'X O 3? ,, ,,,,,.,- with( this I will state I hut I that no crop:\ in Florida i-: -o easily /groles iitobacco I three-fourths or
excuse for h.ning-mail: potatoesihes it reipiiring but. little skill and :a i company then and there represented, that ,\ ml (',.,94ii fiv..
i II i to have large one" I I'111l' small! amount) of work.: 'l'ne..hm !?eed I t'rotnIlavula the article' of/ incorporation! : of :said (P.oach s,
', \\ 'cnnXU: ICOCI&IOKI -
'I" i 1,1. AT amended
be
-ml them, this can [lit- ,done by :select- : ; :are required (" '('1'I'a"oll., howe\er, Hold and Road: (Company *o
I i Troll I the largest! ones-thost* with ;as the weed degenerates'if{ / seed from I that I a* to extend tbe limit of imlcbtcdne-s' or !liability i.

skin. I have raided them :so largevnildhave I grown here\ are replanted.'e I \ <; 1.\C'IHHn\: : : to which' :said corporation ('UlIlIlllllr
i \ 1 to be cut i into many I \\ would uisji!csf that: while our farmersaencrally time iiihjeit itself'ohl t twenty-live hundred" Oilers: to Lessees: and, l'urelascr,: a largo:

;, ink, them i: and when cut to" bake I : are determining to diver-ify the it- dollma'slithrm' 'tol'mt'tusimthuusnatlllolhirs, number of the most: eligible desirable!
the Is 1'1'01'1II"I"l'1': :<1'I""I1'llal' they apply to Mr.I'ntcnxa a- provided by section (::1)t) mil'mitt act of tbelegilaluroof
i i,,' flavor: ol potato destroyed. I the ; of Florida "entitled Lots, .suitable. for Hu-ines.s!! Purposes! or for
,
for ecd' and,) instructions State:
"for saving them. P.uild, ;:: : \ Ion planting :
N ,\ i, lithely the plan of seasoned: ; lumber, \vith} I the :same, and give tobacco: a trial. /It willprove ill any )part: of the( cuu11tmy.'e mean it, an act to amend an act, to provide for the 'ity orSubiuban:: \ \ Residences4: ,

.. ;- ate.-, l'orl1I'l'o"I) &, studding and joitIn a* ready" :smile: ;as bacon,: corn, cotton orwhiky. and tar prepared: to demon-Irate: the fact.They creation of corporations: and to prescribe: a
M wall up with inch boards in-ido Thoii-ands; \ err annually: sin-nt mar operated by' cither Man, llor-o orsteam their general powers and liabilities: and to UPON EASY: TKIIMS.: :
; allll'lIl'I,l ( ;: with s-iwdu-t, fromill: ( by our people for the "Iillh wl''d'h( recmul; : and amend the sections repealed by
,
.tk. '
,, t :; I'uutrend bore \ 1'1'rapid They
'I ; March I1 I IS?!II.
.aid, overhead. I :should, havetated! might) as \\\,1111'1 not> In kept! at home. Why, said: 11.1'1'1'0,1 Liberal I Di-counts on Values! allowed to
"r If /fanners: only made: eiiouirh fur I their hon'ieconumptioo range in size! iVoin THREE: : : I INCH: ( TO) I U] O.T.It:: : ,
the walls there mti-t! be air industrial
,
II.L; king; engaged I in manufacturing: or ;;
parties
MI the wall' all around" I the house! they\ would find it .a profitable FEET IN: DIAMETER I : :, mind will httto! (Chairman i : and, VicoPresident.WII.I.IXM .
,\ -, MI.,' fourteen inches( : apart, re-ling; on crop and a greataving ill tin course of a H. C. DnniK.Secretary : enterprises, who will erect on the properly

_v the outside: end of vv Inch !should benitli I year. I __ : and 1. Trca-urer.; -IINOTICE I I- purdia-cd' : ) !substantial Improvements
the outside wall, and, the end on To give the reader: :a better, idea: nf I the -IHcos. -- residence in which to conduct their
for
A Itl'CI'IIUU: : in.raii: : : ( : OF I INCORPORATIONOK ( : ; or
,-ni", ulevated about four indies to )pro.iiir .< of/ IIIP'al'lIll'l'/ m with tobacco culture! in
i e\\, from running into the potatoi. I tin vicinity Waldo, and) tiNo (10 sbow to TIIKB.t:8 bulness.INDUCIMINTS i : .

., ,in tube-should: \ be i madeot, dry boards what: proportion it has already attained : <..siss'KCi .v IIHAicivr.ic: I ;( ; : TO :MANUFACTUHF.US ml

1 hurt inches and twenty-three" inche- even in it" infancy ill this county! we \\ ill Tlieyill hurt !-uecc:<:fully amiatUfaeto- ICAIMCOAI t'U II'\X\'. : : by exemption for a term of years from
the tube will extend into the Mate that :fir, laili-n/a: bought!: >1OO:! worth :
mii- ril\, ill all kindof I'arlh:01'1: : S.iml; ami -- --- taxation, offered by the! :several: eitItsfind
.'ightcen' inches. Then(( run a wall mii grown (here this !m-a-on.: He expects to buy authority of an Act of the l LegislaHue -
tL i-
Stono: (Coal :Slate; ,
Mituminous :
three or f iii times that amount from the Lime-torn 1)1 towns. Apply ntCfOllicccor.
"[ -i i {ii of the hou-e, till'PI.'t/ /from the of (tin* :State; of Florida, entitled
farmers: of (hi- eontlly next Hard Pan < nml.( Lava ImildcrScrpen" :: ) F.caeli: it Tilt Ms., Fcrnandina.
.i: ii-ide stall\ tliree feet high, to hold year.IMI'Oll':1.1"1'u : : "\11 Act to Piovide\ for the Incorporation of( ,? ( : :
i putat'K", : This you can: divide into -' line :mail. Conglomerate; (Rock: aril\ guaranteed \ Railroads: and I I Canal-," ,and approved '' lilt h
;- /; F/ 1't;/: 0 Jl 1IltiTill 1'\1'
,g's, if'on wi-h.i Then I'"i'Ihe\ dour with to make tin \ery' l'0-t. of Wells\ ill (;JuickSaml. ruary\ l'lh!' I 171. notice i is hcrcoy %(' h'I'
:, :,..lIIl'1hillcl-e to the mouth of ha I i I: 1.'I.Onll\
-.ua >ir ; up : required{ by !said; act that a company: : !
N in tube-, and.( the hou-eis i I'pad111'1"/ : t'MTIIrvrr: :- -ii.xt.. 01 I-HI, E: TO 1 I't 1 ixi"nroiir.wtMV :: I They are \lis-ht-running, !simple in been formed; under (he 11.1111"I' the

tube overhead /fir the air to ,' tiou, ea-ily operated, durable: .! amiacknowledged ) AND IMMIGRATION! ( COMl'A'VOFFKUS
: \ ,I"-a large : :: : : or IKOIIN: 1111rsn: ?"-ttaut : I.EESllURO: : \ :( ,v INDIAN: RIVER: RAILROAD L,1\I
,- ,,11'1'|> which should be !ten by ten inches! For -omc lilac paI Dr.: l'. ,I. Kcnworthy as (lie lust: maid most, practical:
: ) COMPANY.to : ,
nf (the-e tubes might be covered (inidewith ( :
All of thi- ha- been in rnliotsrllhynne
with 110tbi11ec'tant
end, wire cloth, and( you have a rat city corre-pondcnce 'I'IloyOil' be invctedvitli! all the rightpowers,
pri'iil' house, and one) that potatoes will keep the chief/ signal; olVu-e. for the puipu-e' if of thohighe-l! State OrtlciaN."o( ( (',,"II'adI privileges; and franchiseconferred,\ upon HOO.OOnC'I'4!'

the weather i is: /freczim, with cotton! or : of constructing, maintaining. and
/ of ;
/fro-ts in
forewarnings:! ( : (this: :Mate I'mthe
ACCKSSII5LK: : AND DHSIHAULKI.VMiS :
wool to exclude the a '.- Ui. Late, in ll
FII'III.lOIl1U. benefit of fruit and vegetable-grower.-" l'0\1.. < !(ILD.. SILVER:1:, COAL OIL I conveyance of persons:, and \property. The :; IX: TIIK
\\e are happy :umiutiuuutIhat his; efforts main nine of said: railroad! will I be about (HO<>)

Fl: un'AXil PRODUCTS.A have met wilh111'1': : a- will be. :seen by Asn: A 1.1. 1 KISI: or :Mixriivi.s.: : eighty/ miles! i in length I ; will be constructed: 1'1'1W:: : FLORIDA) : ,

of/ the New 1'upland: /'"/'- reference' to the following letter, received fro m'a point on I the Tropical Florida Railroad ''."
correspondent : a nearly duo west Irom Lee-burg, in At only $l._ > per acre to new sett: lens, with
IIIfI( \>. .\. P.allard. of \1U! : Frllnt11'.t:; New day or two I from (the War
\ Department,
ago :Sumler: County, I'luriilthc11ec; Ea-t: to I the privilege' of/ :selection\ in parcels of 40
aeooimt York i -jives of/ the!' the capabilities following) ; Florida/not unfavorable: olluc of the dtil'l'igI1111: olliccr.! t tlivi-iou of Al-o fur sinking! ,rll'oiall'd! \ ami (Coal Leesburg: touching the !southern portion of acres or lilt II''. These( lands are located on

In treating I this I topic I ;am well aware that telegrams :and repoiifi.r\ : the bcnclit of commerce Shafts, dl'1'' al-o furnish Engines: Hollers Lake Jrillin, tlie northern point of Lake and adjacent to tin-! line of the

only approximate !statements; can be made. and agriculture t : Wind-Mills: { llyilraulie Rams: Horse-: Harris ; I thence to Lakes Eu-lis and Dora

a\lli\ 'I even these are varied by it dillercnccs \\'.\siniiioOctober: : 1 17, 1 iNsl.tfrrgcilut 1. Powers, lirick Machines, MiningTool", Port- 1 )ties massing: to a I through point at Orange or near and Titusvillc.1I1'\'al'll'OIlIl'!on Indian ATLANTIC\
soil and, methods of cultivation, and\ nearness ./. II\ '. Smith. Slijnill CorjiK 1'niU'il a1)lo Forges, Rock: Drillami Machinery: of River ; with brandies: to Lake mopka TRANSIT:; CO.'S 11. It.,

to, or remoteness. : frollllH\\'hmble waterways Miifi-s Ariity, .liul..">niillil'l,,r! or railroads.: I now : from 1110"1 \ :Sniidi\ST: (; at : ('.
speak : : o once to'et'Ir. 1. .1. vard counties.I : l'xII'I111illg'rl'OlIt FKRNANDINA on till Atlantic -
knowledge of what can at Cres Kenw"rlb Pre-ident .p.1"C"I"llIdi\'I';" Agents; wauled in every
Florida
Fruitrow!
i D. l E. MAXWELL: ,
to CKDAR KI'on: the (hilI'"OUllt.
rchtl'ity, I'nIIHIIIII'OlllllFlorida., ers': Association: and tell him I that the :serVice country i in the world FRANK B. PAPY ,
,
Of the orange! banana, and pine-apple I I1 thus: allording to the producer cheap, constant
i is: preparing to furnish theforewarningsof .\t lil"res.- -II' |.:iat IV. AUNEW.In : .
(':\speak with more certainty than ot any. frost to the orange growers of Florida, .. _._ and rapid transportation: to the best
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other product., Upon each. acre of ground spoken of in letter /from this office in the .Iimtiee'.s, Court.
rkcts.
seventy-live orange trees may be !siiccesfiilIv \\"EN1'UaflIIUra: : ( : SIl'I'I.HEI'O'r: thin
early part of/ I the current year ((18S1.) : )\ FLORIDA) ,
grown ; :some \persons: plant more than The 8T.TI'o' The btltofcnuntrytrnvtrstlly: the Transit
phm of tldO'J''i: : ('" is a very simple NASSAU.To :
oil Walnut :Street: 1. ( 'OlTNTtW : : .
this number acre, but I will assume i:sev I
\per omit''e propo-e! sending t these forewarning .lumen Ol'I'IIYOll{ are hereby notified : R. H. embraces
enty-live trees a.s a basis! of my :statement ; .-* to Jacksonville, and, perhaps to Sanford SAINT: Lons::, :MISSOURI/ :' : U.S.A. I that a writ of attachment has been
when in full it is far within the I truth
bearing Florida. It will be for I ho-e interested E'lmYUmTY: OF SOIL
issued and mtttarhtdtmisatislvtime
to estimate l.r, >0i) oranges! as the annual yield in the orange bu-iness! to disseminate the information :State: in what Paper you saw this.DhVID.lflKDPETH : against; t. you,demandmPJonesS your properly Lee

ol'ClIl'h realize $tree 10 per, and 1,000 it i1I0t for them at all, which diUieult gives to to (ho-e: who are 101 be, benefited<<1 - .--- -- amounting\ ::',;ii:!/ii). Now: nnlessyoii: : shall, to be found in the :Stair: a largo proportion
thereby This di-seminalion: ) othe/ forewarnings helureI'. A. llIholl Justici of to the culture ofSKMITHOIICAI
being peculiarly adapted
,
the aggregate) of $1 l,2:!.; per aero per annum.A appear < a :
be
/grove: of live acres would, therefore, yield United :Stales; niu-t, further without than expense telegraphing to the !oyE RI50 ACRESUNDERC CUlTIVATioJfIN the I'emiceinmhul for said ( County, at his olllcoat \ FRUITS' !! and Early Vegetables,
(Callahan I'It.It ., on the 'Id lay of December
$K.li"per: \ annum. Many orange growers: in from this office to .IAtk ,till ille(( j and The Jlwliea f Timber
,litl'l'I'I'ntarls\ ol'the State: have informed me : :- and, perhaps I t 'pia1D$ .1t ISSI I ut cluck a.m., judgment will Jsiryf, t'onijHict (!
that the average' of full grown trees will 1 be, :S.inford.Attend 1.this SEND SEEOS be rendered I again-t, : i you and I your properly make these: (lands worthy of VARKFVL' KX-
to
matter, and inform Ibis
nearer 2,1? ))UO than l.ftoo) oranges. I believe omc of the results \ :' l C"T fp t !sold to pay the debt. AMIXAT1OX) by inaiiiifacturers of Li'MiiKit

this is true, but \prefer adhering to the safe IIda)1.. of0111'. '1 F.. P.ii.Kiiri.Mn charts: without:. l r k EN rl1 MI-NAl' 0"TO IL. Dated! Ibis :'J.Mh day: of :September, A. D.IHM1. AND X.w.I'fllltlI'I: : ,
estimate.Orange
: 1-t I.kimthi! ;;, I', y. Artillery.From f" ; '
: HAMPTON: JONESt: \\ .
) trees that are three or four years .1. : II. LEE:,
N SI'ri'TLF.RS: : :
old when !set out, may, by budding\ be, the above) it will be seen that arrangements ;: &SO JS. PHIIA. Partners doing Lushness: under till linn
brought into healing in three years ; the ; /for fiirni-hing forewarning- name of Jones tV Lee, Plaintill's.iroeeries .
Pllrl'lllloll1lal1l1 (from this fur-
this city are being made) at the chief( ; company are
!signal
lir-t crop will be. I light t. but upon a live I'rer'I'l' ;:
will be suilicient to office, and) it i ifor those! interested) Intake unshed with 'Illite1'1", jinstinje on the Transit
'quite !
support an
\ < and Provisions.ii. .
ICIWAKI>. "
ordinary, family until the next crop is matured. steps to di) !'''cminate! the information. Persons $1 000 ---- -- .- :o Railroad family and personal' cllcctsto :
: desiring (fiiither information will address ,
Every 'succeeding! for -
11erofyeurs: 'is h'ILvicr mnlheavier.crop, until n num the Dr. C. J.1 I\cn worthy, or Sergeant J. :My son, .I, .J, JHCK1SO.V/ : Ju. was murdered IL: OTTIUIIC: : ( the !station nearest the land purchased

maximum: is reached., An orange grove, '\'. Smith, :Jof this; ('it.-..//c/.v/inV/f [ ',,Hlt. I by a mob i in I the I town of Lcesburg: T1TLK: COMPLKTK: being derived by

}lr"I"'l'lyJ'l',1:\ for, will continue to bear for :Sumter (County, Florida, on the morning of' I ERNANDINA: : FLORIDA): grant from the United :States and purchase' :

more tlian a century, and thus the fortunate XI'l'I r/;; dR.t s.s/s. I the l.r>th of/ .I ill v last: I will pay a reward from t the* State of Florida.CORRRSPONDKNCF.
proprietor of one has; a pcrnlane11Lsl'nree\ of A nitniber of the wild grasses! that grow of/ OXK: THOUSAND DOLLARS( : for I lie/ 111'\u:1t: INfine

wealth and ample\ leisure well.SOUT111IN '.' in the middle and 1I0I'tllw-I'l'lIl'tal's.: grow arrest! of I the murderers) : with pl'OO10/ convict ) : : SOLICITKD.
ill Sulllli I'loriil.i Tin" wild
CULTUItI:111I'ORI': otts'as;; they are -culled:; ;C grow; i heie; ;abundantly ; .1. .1.I DICKISO.V.Angiit \( : I Descriptive' M vi's I and I'liuTi.Aits mailed onapplication.
and to the height 01'ocn'lI! feet, on : l.'i.: :I'm AM
Tin W ll:. common )pine land. Crahgra-s: grows: luxuriantly .

Dr. Curry, agent!': of thc }Peabody Fund Association on much of our cultivated land I ... PROVISIONS' CHAS. W. LEWIS: ,
!speaking recently at :St.:: AlbanVermont -, where: the land fertile. it attains tlie heiuht; -- LUllll ('OIIllllsl'iolll'r.OI1l'C. .

made the point that Ihl! :South; (three feet or more, and as: t/lh-kl\-ol'l/ : as I I THE MOST cur Moiich and Seventh Sts.
before tho war in \proportion to white popu\ ever :saw it in the middle states. On the I POPULARSEW1NG H -tf

lation! taking man for man, sustained! a lager :- lighter !soils it is I lih(' "Ilonest.iulnm[ Norton" : Customer! can rely upon gelling CHOICE[ .. -.-- .. ----.--- .
number of colleges, with more professors\ : said of !'O 11of the eggs he carried to market I MAEHINES .
more !students and a )greater! annual l co-t -not quite !so good.1 The !smutgra-s 1 !springsup ) : I OOODS: : itsNOl'iIINU J. II. rilESCOTT.
thanWi done in any !section of the Union. spontaneously in uurytr'I4') mum flourishes : I IS
The same thing i is true of academic and almo-t if not quite.\ every month in the ,
iirivatechooN, If the census of IMiOas taken year The( i rOIl. ra"nr g"oo"gra111'1! I often ICNT UNNINCI I JUT THE FINEST 1JKANDS

by the l'lIilcclitatc.'s: authorities: be correct heard it called in boyhood, and) I 111"1'oW- Style, Fit,
the white population\ of the Northern foot, grow 11 tidy. The Itermnda also /flour-
States in that year was.hearly W.OOO.IHHIIIIIII! ) ( ) isles here, even on moderate good soil and are kept in stock. i Comfort
of the :Southern; only a little'ovcr K.OIMI.IKKI.( ( ) once sot it is hard to upset-just) wlu.t it -_._- .-- ,
At that tim- the North,; had -J05 colleges, theSouth "should) iie highly )pri/.ed for ; must being caiIv AM

:; :L'72: : tho North 1H'7 professors, the destroyed) by tramping) or pulling up. This) f-paco reserved for
South 1.4SS ; the North hal, *_' >,OU !students, Many fu'nm'rssttnm 1 scared I to death) at it. be>-" ; I Durability.Ilaw'ug .
the South :l'7o.V, ) ; the North paid; for theeColleges cau-e one plowing will not kill it out. !If it
*I,:>ll.:mii;{, tile :South\I $ilWi.-ll: ( ." did' I would have but little ii"- for it. Why I .\. it.OYIS.: .
HP dcnlored the present illiteracy. thelatintioflimeSuhthiandseelmltd don't men getcared and,) triad) andrife I ,
i-ulortMl( ") ) I and rip about crab- ra-s. becau-e! it i is I bard( (Grocer and Ship C.'haiidler: ,
to imply\ in his remarkthat he was! in favor to kill 1I1I.II'l' ri.lof'? How about\ time nuti'ras I

of aid from the United :States: ( iovcrntueut. which grows so abundantly IIIIIII'III'I': ? : FEKNANDINA: : FLA.
Ho can hardly have reflected, lintyever I Do they kill it out? No grass'oxcc-l, the I

that I the effect of "such action i in the 1 Itrrhiwl.mfarhogshorses, ('atl tie 1 !sheep, ). goals, .
pre-cntj-tate: of ourcivil !service would! be to ; :&/1111111 else: thut like gras.Iteidis -- --- --- - I -
Mipplant the :State; "schools or reduce the intlucmv / the above, we have several kin.Is .\ (ar.: a1"IUI': n.

of local. seiitinient uj>oii the conduct of millet which ,grow ahundantlv ; aNo.-ome! : largely Increased! myNluck
and teaching's) of the "schools to minimum, tineSpini-h:; : (grass, Mexican" clover) and (iuimagra I 13.\ ''.Wi AND J CONFECTIONERS: ) or Fool-wear. In both
mile. as it :suggested in some quarters, the ..s which latter grows "six or sc-.cn I 51 G lineanil

moii.y iippropriuteil' by Congress for education feet high h, and stand-! ) thick. ,\11,11:11,1: >' we I ruoiciiroeerie.s : medium grades, I am oiia-
!in the :South: be handed over to the have: the Para, a {'lIhaI'a./ ..;", thij: I is said' to bled lo
Stator heat the ( ('I art and TobaeeoM place liel'ore my ciitttoiuTM >
authoritie- lie until according; to world. and all other gras) ; and ,
the ja'I"mmhitdit'thctat; authorities. In n weeds\ both for hay and gracing. It is said I i a Very large assorliiiont' of
word, national schools in the South it is to, cover alleys ten feet w Ida i in one\ '( JUKE TOYS: AND FANCY AKTICLIX
ft ar. ..1 I. WI'II.11'l') but a reproduction of the (tar. /:oll'IltIlIfuI'm.ltl/. 'ar.'I''I' ISoolM" wad NlioeN" etude by the

Frcedmaii's, Hiireau, a political) propaganda.TOIIACVO : ; : eEgtJgl-' \\eddings, I Entertainments, and l Picnic, most! fo in pole nt nail Killed
TiiKMK\xixuorCiimuiooriiKK.: -(icncral furnished: at the .shortest: notice, at rock-bot
A. I', iordon, Abbeville,', ,\Ia..lmol: written tom prices, at work.."... These CJooilM; were
CUi.1'UllL.Iu :. a !letter to the Columbia) ) iitcfjirlff.(,, in which ANOEL'S: IJAKEKY.Centre : purchased fir
iad-deu in this he, of the ('.\SII, and areonly
county State, tobacco !speaks !times when the Indian.. in << I Street,
habcin (rrovvn to considerable profit fora !habited that t ,,(s.It t ,,". Anionj other intcnting I[ :M Opp. old P. O. (Uuilding.Undertaking. erehiuredsir the Nameeommodlty.
numlK-r of ,'ca'r,' fair juulity: of thf i I ; jioitit-; in his letter i- the following : AYE
1.1"l'i'. prodiici.nl there, a portion of The Ilmcr-e: syasconsderulbytbrln-I: ) ( r'v Tills" will be deemed

which. N "sold in Jacksonville and the rehiaiudertuiliaeilly dian- the" beet i" ititbig IrolilldIII the westside : a pleasure after seeing .
I I cigar: makers III ( uin- of the C ChattahrMj.-hf-c( ; and for many' ex.aiuliiliiK
, ic. '1. IIIM: > II.SOIM : \
.\ and
after
years they left the country, the whites : i < i iLIFETI learning at whatextremely
Until recently we were of opinion (that found& it al mnding with deer: turkeys and II 7 low
< '.ld'1> tell was the only county in the State will\"t..*;. and) it was resorted to much livliiintcn 'I {" prices "I..HO
r team .-i I vv' toli.n-i-ii., We have since I partied I > While on the subject of Indiniinaiiiis ;. 7\ MQ II ..T" ""j- fj14 i, (:;oodM, are offered.

from Mr I M( EnU-n/a, proprietor the cigar : ., I willl gilt the m"aniti',i of the numuCliattaloKMlilf. jsI I .. .;, r .
.I'aeKiry ut Wuldo. (however, that the i : It i is i Ited: It..d| iimloli.taine .' I .217 My Mtoek or fJI-\TI4KMi.VN; ,

farmer r .uii'l ah mt that plate! |hove given I the nuine fr the. pla-it a trial and with remarkable sueet I I river between Kaf.oil.i: and "'iiutilhn! ". fia. n; _
. illav.. that last year he sent to Jluaita I They n..i-d thir-mt-k a u paiui when) they attention of thoxe dcslrlug
" f-- 'jo; i-itilv. of seed and di..trit'II..I'' l ltlii went ..11 thf war !imth. The |IfI.Ii". rune a .\ 30 UNION GQ. NEW Y0r.j; + fine (Jood; ..
''m : n', '. ",-1111. tthe.* r,--fusw| t' wiw them( nil and I li/inl t'. wear off. I triwl to r..t the piY-Orderx left to my selection
r. a> tlItthtvw..uldrtsehvehim t rttlrhfr Indian to pilot me to the place wU ie they t- 9 ORANGE MAS ; Jt1' > IICTArjl : Ii 1. IC .
their Ian .!-.. .\ few 1&<'h..IIII'OIl his )iifc'ges. got thi. |paint ordvibut (they Jnva'rialily re- HT.. FKIIN-AXDIXA. FLA will receive careful and prompt

tioii. liovvi-vr and) a. nl .ive >tai4il I. with. fu-eil) tod.! > ii. (Jfit Putt lif foiiml I have noiloiibt 0 : attention-. '
tine ,ii, .',+- From Mvrral who ,phinte I It wmntimilwoflrtsmt, ViilllC" tit ..- ) l'lllAL; P.OHHS. MKTALLIC: OASKS. ,. ... .
(HlrltC.) }
only a 'j'iarter ...I'Ui! Ufl"Ir.. Untcjizu 1,1" I. it hiteball 11. St.( ,I'KKI'M-X Atlanta:': lia. ') WOODHN) :: COFFINS: AM (,'.\MKFl'$. -JJBJPRESCOTT| ; ,

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR I pail': !III foreign exhibitions) and also! in the "tldIn/ / .VfMvif MoresThere .u(11.',.,. I nurse, Mrs!'! i: Methone: :Mri!'! .1 I S ; \ ('l'H'I! IU'I" S
Mrs J PTaft Whitman: Mrs! I I1) )) \ --- .. .
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Centennial, and they unitedly\ nfllrm ( ha: boon' a great deal of activity 111
:=-- spirit! of turpentine' in this market latelyand I (Cha-< Atkinxoit' Mi-is Llhhie Ura7.ee, .Irs S11/i11L '
the 1I0IlIa.ll' at Atlanta/ I Is in oy (
: tfJIJ ATho n.11 1 ; ,'1.00 Fun SIX .1fJ.\'TJ/. display every nn advance) of hall' a cent on Saturday II. :Stroii.u :ami two I.i'it's. 1 Lawti-v.:. :-: 'H'
\ rerllectonenf! the! most\ vnriedcllllpll'tenPith ; wns noted. the market closing lrnll"at liltyonoeonK :. Woodallj I ; Mf. (Cornelia 1'Cooilall. Mr. JOII.VS.
', ll"Jr"'IltlIIH, that has been, Van Hor 'IIalll'l: : ShantortI' .\ : :
11 exhibits
h in-tructivu !
ever
The Wilmington tnnikft do-ell. I '
: : :\ :-; I- .i.tII,1'I, ,
I' 11.1 I Whitman. F M I lleynold, Mrs FM I : I H#
I broiniht; together. steady at .it! cents, and the New York market t .. St. .John's li\!
U.jfI"1/I brought; over one hundred at ii.li t cents. The stock on hand at :Savannah ; : noliK three children. and, two infants, I '.. ,
# t The orange trees about town are putting I is 5I: m: cask* about half of which ion is: 'I I'ichiird-'fin.: :Mrs\ I P r lich.ird-on.! ; II :: ) \ places: up.' ';, '
:3!'nth> unth ,
passenger.:: on Wednesday.There and I I. .\ Hiiilhut. :\\11"- 1 I. .\ Hiirlhut :Miss ( i' ti
on a vigorous and'healthy growth' : shipboard, and when the quantity in tinhands ', J, II.
in Michigan on the Mb, 'I I Mrs J I IV Hi Mrs ) :\ Mvn.s I
was !now of speculator and pniobnsors is .doduetod I trade Chirk -llol'
I1 scarcely: a truce Is l left of the injury rercivedfront : : homo ami t tt I ,
t and, a heavy,, froM ill Texas.! I \, it will be seen( that thenl'eringatnek{ : :\(astr'rV'illi, (. Paitnlee, J W I 'a\.HIHIIIglI ( i iAV :: of : !
/ the cold, snap last winter F.veti: the I Mrook-. .1 FFill: -. Jr.J M I V.: :-4aloi II, ll t'pk+.
de IVrnamlimisailed is light!. and) the thai
are(
Tho aunt; and (Countess very !predictions I:I'J.. II.
""lIlIlIlIr-I'I'\' treys !seem no horse for tlt.irIii mm.h. (higher figure's! will( be. lo.-ichod. The I t'plon.J, I llnnta.: Mrs.: .1) I Manta. John/ < ; Mi.I i.-,
1'York in thetClIH'r ': :St. .(John's ,
la t week from :\ I ( :( i i
: jI1 ; t f c'r experience.( : : The cold.I weather Iroveilthat I stock on hand at Chariest f 1 m on Friday lIt IVey, l/opold I'iivare.: F.: Meiimtt, .I
h .\'o"J'I/1 fur Havana.Services was 2Ois; ( casks, from which- ( will have: to I'I be : :Simpson' I : I' (iarvin., Stephen( (Coon J::
1 11v he ,J and,
church tomorrow while till'I crop' might; destroyed! deducted, StUirdiy's; ,exports and the number i I Thompson, Mr" A I It: Thompson, M I \(' : %: UV 8),\ ( 1\<,.
1
:; at the Presbyterian thin trees kept! out of bearing lill'IIIIC !-l'a! J =N Mishop.: I H I S Allen. >!Ij!-" Cllen: i E: I
morning at 11 t I luck and, at iOill ::: : len \ri:01 Irene Allen, Walters: Mrook::, 1ln : '
"t'tlll) permanent, : injury to the orang'treis; The, stock' Wilmington on i iI : : AFTiiNooN: ; ,
the evening, Ucv.: Jr..: YergoroHieiating.The. !: need ln apprehended. on this island from/ anydegree the ;!'\th wit I IJUKI! I casks which, is less: :than I :; >llnaii.: : l 1lh:! I the nn" ,
I it has been at that pmtiu seven years, beinjjtho (Carjto: steanisldi| Sfntc of Tf.rni, from, '' ) ( "" Pol)! 11\| ) \. ]1\ ,
Hutu (l1i'.I'(11f' took :.il 12: bales: of cotton 01'/,1,1, whichsc are likely to' exporicnce. York oil' hales :
namliua to New : : cotton. '
fit-si instance:" during; that period' when" it : /' Hull. (In -1
on her return trip. We are glad; to see the I was less! than :iII"1IIk": The !stock af Now hoxesrttlarl'ir4rcdar( : : | ; ( 12: !) ': "! !' : Tuesday MM" i

shipment{ of cotton resumed 1 from this f port the heretofore I York on the :'JTlh tvnv.dulruvks.f:! : which :21 barrels/ rosin, :3 iI} packages; oranges \! I :
The post-ofllee' at place: :2.? .",on casks wero in I he. bauds speculator: piu'ka.m.s! :< hilt'stO: ::() f packages" ; iner.11itlise: a course. of I _' I 1., *,. ,, "'s j.
The weather has been charmingdur- known ( Mills, the! PeninsularI'.iilrond I '
very as Camp's: : on and Mock
U-aviiTg the offi-ring :
exporter ; F. II. t.IVINu-i'; < i \
ing the past week, a seasonable ruin occurring : is now ,designated. as (Campville: \l.dno/ cask*. (From thin foregoing! ; it will be The< meetings of Weeapopka: ) : Lrnlgr-:;' II. MALT/K.

m on Thursday:: succeeded. hy quite cold. and tho station is known Dixie. Th"! cnterpriveof I seen that the available -to I k: in the four na 2,">:'V!: Knights of Honor, are! held on T' ,
\ -.IIII''IIIIlrkl'f": : is only about ((5,000. cask! : = : '( ; :, PianNi',
'
north wind.The the ( Mrothers: ,do-trves recognition third 'l rla in ;
nil
Camp llr-it t llll'- evenings es !! .
1 I-
i and lid.ilh, the light ncciptit' is nntkii'atr --
; three new passenger: coache": whii h ; in Home form 1 but we! think the will canto: : II! sharp: advance which will ,I month, nt 8 o'clock( :, at Hibernian Hall. !: si(;is M('I H'.H..

:arrived, this week for the Florida, Trnnsit railroad, station' and! the poM-oHioo should' 1'1'01'1'1',\' remunerative! to (he producers.HiiniHiitih ( :- A. 0. Mi-IlfiNML.) : ) ",, : \ ';-:, (JF.oUtilA); ;

:Jaill'olI'I'e i : ( I mado I i: by Jackson!\ it Sharp, have borne) the .ime: lJallll'to avoid confusion .\rirs \\'. .1. Wnonwnn, \Dictator.) '

j jt jI I of \\'ilmington,11c1; and, uncertainty. Wo had for a longtime I' Ilnt ;of; : TiCltcrii;: II(1' : : : : iS.: or THIS: : -,, .! "
Instruction\ in Latin, 1iI'l't'k. French, ; :: ( the first 1 M J ,'
its 1 F.:. S. Carew, of Am-dondo" Fla.: i.s its neighbor! Hawthorne:: carrying; at Remaining I in the I'ost-Ofllceat! Fermiudimi man, the higher" mathematics( and the l'\|' : : :: Thoronirh pn u.i, ; I ,
I the !same time the names: drab-all; Jamestown : pulpitI'I:1.. Nov. I, t 181. Persons I' : ( ; for ', '
gathering; cMnumbiii.: s! grown since last crop ;: Nassau: : lish 1"IllI'hl'owilliI: : \' given to those' de ; : : the lx-t t < :

Tim is the earliest: of the season. Heisal:>:o and Hawthorne. The Messrs.! (1.\111)1: ] :' calling for those letters must,, soy advertised it, either privately or in .:lasses! anv '\'!' :\ ( t ;\ : .
have created( within two years/ a i promisingvillage I I I in the week. Terms moderate, : .) ( :oI
'
.
: '
beans
secondcrop."
in !
indulging wax ,
; {given \\ C. \\1:11,111\ : i
: ; have: built a line steam !sawmill, established Muller, Frank Mnmd.iut.: ./.losepliMuni" I
TheIcallll'r (I. diitiby Jonltii/ of the People's Those! wi hin>!: further. information I'-- ; ,
t 1 a stiirei! cotton: gin rtllIl h by steam: ,, Osoar "I'ohrrll 1 K. please, :: address. WM.l .I. THOMV, _. ___ __
Line, bound) for Apalachicola' froi.i;\ (Cobcrl\. (Colinnn (: Mrs. Satilliel.lison '
4 : built many: dwelling houses ami\ put' out Ciishiug : Feriiandinn: : ) l"\ 1:1'1':1FI: : : : ''U;
f Miinbridge< sunk oil' Cherry :Shoot::; three Klisa: (toldeii, :Morrv
!several orange groves.We : "\ (' lIZl"i: ': !N. ()10. (.
"
.I1111 II. F.
t mih's below Miinbridge: at two o'clock' on IIi.ard..roseph| } Gout! Mom-1/ for Had/
She learn (that the Peninsular I:tail road\ Mm-k, James, Soal: Major: Send: us. your I Confederate\ 1:1111'1wilh: = : : ) : '.\" -.. I.:' \M> I p\ii;
t =No 1i'c'I't'l'(1 lott. W.Hheavily :
!
the.'U'tuU.: lias established. a flag station between Lochlo'ifti Williams, JamesIIILH !: coupons! att.-iched:. and ;get the< highest; ) : : ; ), NI1I(1i1: ( :
)loaded: ,1 with machinery. KOI ro.-rvcii: : :. ket piicofor. them. Wo are to-day 1'I ; ; ) '. \rr:1II:1:: :: ) : : :\( i-.it; :,


.. The Xmittfr CountAttrnnrr/ / contains the :: and Citra( to he called Inland Station, ,1. 1)). Thoi.i.is: ( iaiue-svillo i flit: :s-><>.UO per' $1.111111,011( ) ( ) for them( but e-an'ii'.t: (CHICAGO( ; siNii: ( ; : i
for the convenience) of (lie residents: ill theotl'er t > open' ; however "lifst como : examine info tin.. ,
:
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noticesof railroad incorporations' : SvM'i-T. IIhii.t: I' y1 r. i
following' [ [ '' ''i i. "
.
what is" called: I the i island between' Orange; !served, and those who are prompt' will | :: ( -ru11ting''Ilor: -; nni I i
Indian Iliver'I'i! \':lit' 'st' Lake the benefit.! Communicate. with
Lec.shurgiV:< : ,
;
:Mm-him-;
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and. Louhloosa lakes. Thenare several fine In .Mctnoriain.TO : ) a Sewing \
Tavares Orlando it Atlantic: Apop-' .\. Hvvs & MKO., '.
1 Monroe, : : I : :<', TuckerTuck' 1'nliiI ,; -
1I on the iIalld.11.1\ a ii number( others
I groves 0-2t :Savaiiual, ( !
ka Branch South: Florida, I tail: mad; Tavares.Mrooksile.t : I : (' :< ; Otis' I'l.i; ;: i
+ TMIIA in NT.Lav
1y under WilY, Mr. \\ llnsign; ; 01'1'11111'-4-: TIM' : rniKNps: : OK MI-: 1' ; :: Andrews', ami M.igh. !
br
y ? I : her gently; down (to sleep,
see is about commencing thirty-acre groveadjoining ; ': \\'heels'I'.Ip:: (' .
,
I whaif and lumber wharves With pale; roses on her breast: desirable:: rc'sidenee, on Seventh :.1 Machine. Melt-
The Il'alll hip : that of Messrs. Fairbanks and. ", \ ,
:
:l ,
I ; Tears will( not her presence keepiod IIl'al'I''lItn'1,1( \ ,v to
1 : \\'heelrrtlCit
It adjacent have presented, a very busy appearance (Clark. )Ir. Kusign! : will {prove valuable), ( ; ., ,ealleth; her to I His I rest.Softly JOHN: Hr.iMiCs'J : ;r: ( :: : ; I'ad.I..lohin", \;. ainl,
t during\ Ihe past' week. A very largo; :.T>-tf Uailroad:
to our State. ,
acquisition:\( \ ; M.ilihiuNeeilli\ i : .
E.t E. of has been .discharged. into ; close her loving eyes: r-
freight
amount ,
( ami .
:
We had, the pleasure of a call from .II'. l'. Linger; kisses:; mi her: 'brow. ; lLAIii) 4V 11 A It KIN, : : FeeilSprin (.
the cars ,tf the Transit Itailroad: :and hrgo U.] HuHfi'icU{ A < 'o''s
al'IIllIlIlllll' .docks awaitingshipment. II. Jones: the accomplished e.litarof. the Could, you see! 1 beyond' ( he'kiev; > LACKSMITHS AND :- '-:- )" <'atioll", Semi, yom, ,,' ,-;
r freights are piled' 111'elail.r. to 1 he. :soon. {published. in Jacksonville. ; All her beauty now ; J y ( and Metropolitan' : l'-i.'

I We learn/ Trollslr. Jones that the ('ould:, you hear her voice again!, : First .St.; opposite\ Avery's: Stables.All ) : :

!: In I order to transfer t the passengers; arriving main : of his ) will be), to assist, Jesus, calK me to His homo, kinds. of repairing done at !short i E. SCOPIF.LD: : .
t purpose paper not"' hearts would fain an11' at reasonable: rates. l: : l :St.: .Jacksonville;, !Fli. "
: Keep me
here on the ( 'i'I'1'! J/' tltcOl'I'I'! Sundaymorning ill promoting thin development and progess your
i t.i I the Fernamlina: it Jacksonville! of, the :State.:: / I Ho anticipates' a large circulation

I I, a ,1I Ilailroad will run an extra train: from hereevery I outside. of its borders! and. the enlargement 1 I earth-born: mayTenderest grott:; cold ; DRY G ()()]) t ])I ,Y GOODS. f

Sunday, leaving the depot' at !n> o'clocka. ( : ties here riven :
the
of the of information through
I area ) lent: (iod) callcth I toll j, lull,| ,
\I t 1 lit llcturning, leave Jacksonville:: at 5 with
+ press' 1lr..Ioneshvlhorutgidyinlhuteti! ; To reunite in Heaven.
,
t tt ty I clock l''. 111 confidence in the future of Florida, and its J. & ri YDD

!! I' The Transit laill'lla.1 l has received( four rapid' growth in the next: live '.t'aI'-4.: There Words That; of would choer,soothe scorn! and lost. and bless! weak,

I very elegant:\ new coaches from Ihe well-: i is a wide field open to journalism in Florida, !Listen, then, to Christ who speaks: I Have received, null. will continue to receive, large !-hipmcnls ofNEW

\ I known linn Jackson\ : it Sharp, of Wilmington in which wo can all play a useful part.'e: I'll leave\ not comfortle.ss.Trust : r

} I Del.) They al'l1"l'1' handsomely: ; have: objects of interest enough sit homo
1 your darling to His( pare: FALL & WINTER GOODS.
ilnishcd \\ithout and! within and indicate without furnishing: our readers a rehash of Leave a my'teries alone ;

} {the growing trallic upon' that road.. The the stale political' : gos.-ip! of the Northern/ Mid, j'OI1l'lrcuJ'11I, bo bravo (to boar
---
company\ put two new coaches on last press, or Iho dishing up for their perusal the The ('I'lIsoIllrat: wins: the crown.Feriiandin : .
9 ; F. Ol'U! L.lWIr.EI:( enahle} to oirer these Goods( at such low '
: :: in price as curl' '
1f., .y spring. crime and scandal which occupy large: aSpann I ;!, October :L'li! I ls'81.of \ .
Rt in the dailies\ of the I.ll'gcl'l'itit'i where fail to attract those who want Hcliablo ((1OODS) >: : AT I.o\v Price I Our line- otDivss
i : Mr. D S. Place, the active manager of the .
,\'>, Florida. F.xldbit: at Atlanta, is in the :State the sensational and. the 110\1,1,11'1', craved, for 1111/( Ttn'i'inomrtcr

,\1 t.1 t.) ., urging; ; the immediate. forwarding of art ides! 'as 11 morning[ repast 1 by (the vitiated( taste of Ion TIII: wn':1IX..IX"IIOIISKY'S: : :: \ hitter, KIIIUVV, \sioitt, :XOVIMHII:. : I: t- ] ; (xOodK. Domestic Goods,

: ..>.." from every portion of t the State. We hope' the community. .. --- ". .--

II.f'.": 1 :IL prompt' \, 'response\, will he made: ami that, Fancy Goods; Hosiery, Notions,
} lHIc
\\
t having; i the building I I, it, will be well tilled ilh .UlIl'1a't. I 1-: I .11.. I M I V Housekeeping Goods ;

\' every ,description' of products' : from all parts Wo observe" :: that our enterprising\ neighhoi's ,
?
;
'> ot the :State.We ;at Jacksonville: propose' to have' a pub- Saturday.I .:..== I l7"l I ill I wl 1 riK: Cloths Cassiineres

lie market; in each of the four \\ardsof: : the 1I11t1IY.: : ........... ...... i$ /,>11 I is S1.11u1111a' E. Clothii{?; ,
desire to call attention to the card ofJar. : : ......... ...... ii: I ij I iU 71'1 I X.

; Thomas: who." proposes( forming' night ('it. 'I'ii."...liv ......... ...... \ i8 I .It S h. Hals, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
I classes for any of our young men who may Fernaudiua: : had: In tier also: take into consideration \\'cllIl'sI1ay............ 72: 1 1..I.s 1 ) 7): f.: .
:If.. least :; i," 7:! (liti; N". { hymen's Goods
11e...ire to avail themselves of the opportuni ; the propriety having at ri"ay..1. ..7 I ( i Furnishing ,
tf Ijf I Ii; //i.i lion: (Ii;(1 1\11'
ty. .1[it'fh1)nlathriii,,"' testimonials,, of I the one public' nmrket. Our present! !system: is :"_

:,; highest!,;\ order from. the John Hopkins I'ni: of the most primitive and suited. to a population .11.UI.U:. will 110 fountl complete ami, attractive, ami will repay inspection' before, purrha.iut]' ,1>

Mr.sily: in M.dtimore of his ability as an instructor. ( of about one hundred illlllll'' 1I1I1I:01.: ordering elewhere.Xcw .

t ".. It.Olll! wishes li...h, I thereseenisno! : moans fort IIJ" I'C"'lllllldlIlU. '
by which the fisherman can ascertain" who II Wit h.vrrn.:! I York Ofllce, l,1 l {( .1CIJ': ( ('1'1111'1' and Third Sts.,
1 .\ linn of railroad I I contractors have takena \Valker: Street.DHY ,
: :: I i Fernamlina! FlaDKY :
I will buy, or the consumer who has lish to :Shilltrhty, =\uV. 5.. ...... 7O': ,1. :V. ill':: ?
contract: to build twenty-live miles' ol'lr's-{ Sun'lay, .. 0...... j.i: $:1531n11uny "
oIdl.411: with all articles, of vegetables and I'I
: .. .
: t t' tle hurl: over and, near LaUo 1'I hlflrtrahn. : i...... :;::.4;; MSt1:; GOOJ3S. GOODS.SCHOOL
farm products.' :: A central: market is: greatly II .
P
I We hope\, when the proposed railroad: from Tm'1.1.l'I,..... !tk23:: : !I 1.11.: I
JII'l'dt.d.h:111: : : we remain in swaddling: "I..hwlfnr, ,..... ): 1O1::? h
the Maeon it 1'runswick KaiU:
ii :Sterling on clot lies I forever.77r 'l'hurrday: ...... 1(1; (/; l1ua": :
I IS road i is constructed: it will be l f.1I11I.lpl'ldl.t i Fl'iday, U..I1 : 11:10 II BOOEIS'I. !

i cable to build a tre.stlouero.ss, the intervening: .
Miifr" 1'.J.'lIH
.sffviuiK/ii'ji ofThis
1 'ollIIill'S between here and :St. : FS I'k kFhi.Oct :. .
; : Marys, so
I that our city will be on the direct! line. fine !steamer, under command lor (Cap: ( ::0.---1.!< : I'. 'ity of trlllgdoll: Fitscgerald, l.AIttiKST: STOCK( IN: Till: S'I'.1'f1.1'1':
1 \ tain Nickei'son, came in oil Thursday morning Savanna.Ii.Nov. \ .

i i The Spaniel: ) !Creamer Horimjurn; Captain' ; with a full freight :and passenger' hit 1--.Iri 1:. ? o.lmiHlI.11I.. K. Holland: ,

r.v'hevumvs': came up from. quarantine: to the' The .sv : --'SeJi.: : Alico{ Turlton C. II. Handy,
steamshipharfon: \ TncMlay! and began: steamer! of I ..*"!'* tons register:, and. draws It.e,.ton. ,

taking in cargo. The ISnrinifiien: / is a very cloven. :and\ a half: feet of water, and can consequently "--:S. :S. MDrimiuen' (:SpJin.: : ), I II. IJclieverrari : -
55"s handsome: and trim \ev..el with great carrying enter this port at any stage of .\1' ('ILo, I'.1:. '!'I l We-t, May: Street J.\( '': O\\' LI.E, FI.A..
.. ,: ', :2-S.:: I' of Mridgeton. FitzgeraM,
City
capacity.: :She: wa- (built near Liverpool, water on the (bar., Her cabin accommodations : Savannah. !

i.. of iron throughout 1 and in tine condition. : are "I'a very superior order, but arc at :t-S.:: S.: State of TexaNiekei, I ZS'IiiIe ah' untl Ilflnil aublislu+, ItooKsolIors MlnCoucrs! and

Mr.I Lawtey i is loading her with naval stores, New York.
present' ill lIml' l'lIt for the demand on this .
1)ealcr in inul "'UIIrCic'h's
i Toyso\ s
"s! d cotton !seed, etc., fur the I'nited Kingdom.We route. If continued on this. route it i is pur- 4--: :. I'1 City of lridn'eton! Fit/ erald, ,
\ Savannah. .
:< t'lIrllial1y.It'Ollll' the return of the |I4l'ctltoextendthe saloon: dirk (the whole "-s. I 1': .: St. Johns, Ynyel 'hllrlt.tol1.: rinthiK., ICiiliuK and Itindin

,.. 1 S noble steamerJtlos.. to Florida haters length of the ship. She is admirably'' arranged ri.t\KKi: : --

'" t The .'/. ./i>A,.. is oneof the most! noteilsteamers for comfort, and will( bo a i">pular Oct 31-:S.I': City of\ r.ridgetun. ;, Fitzgerald,

y J of tho day.: The happy combination of ship 11tilt' line She is considerably: (' larger :Savannah.Nov. AND) II L.HOOKS for Counting Houses, Itailroads: and Steamboats.
BLANKS
'. the staunchness of the sea steamer, with the than any other of the vessels: h'I'l'Iuf'I'l'rlln- OIBarkt'ntllll'. II. !)eiU. Collins, I to order. LAW ULANKS for Lawyer and Justices of the Peace.

PR l elegance: luxurious and roomy! accommodation ning to this port. :She has made 100 trips to 4' '_>-s. !Philadelphia1'. city of Mridgeton, Fitzgerald 1, :Subscriptions: taken to all Papers and Magazines at Publication! prices.

.Yxl'. of the :Sound; steamers' make her a deservedly (Chll\1' toll, and the present i is her 10M trip :S.'ivunuah.:
Send for our Catalogue unll'ri'l' Lists.:: Scud for anything in our line and
can
great favorite.\ Captain \'II geh, her tlllt1'W\ Ylrk.'hl': l't1'W York on :t-:Sch. Quaker City MeNeilly" Philadelphia. you
it. Orders by mail\ promptly' attended to.
", skilful and courteous! comiiauder| is identified :Saturday; and for the first! two days encountered .. Fitzgerald I get
of Itridjjcton
4s. p. City Wo have recently published! : Intlt'x to the Derisions 01' the
with her rucees.anti I i>opularity. !severe head winds and a very heavy Charleston. I I Supreme

:' The annual report of the Lighthouse rain storm. She brought 155 passengers;, in "-S. :S. :State of Texas, Nickerson; I Court of I'loriila. Hy It.: M. Call. l'apcr-l'ril'c. Two Years Abaft the

r Hoard says: that the new lighthouse; on the (cabin a largo: part of whom were taken New York I Jh,... My F.Jordan.! I'aptr, 75 cents; doth, $1. Orange Inserts (Illustrated .

American"Shoal: Florida reefs, was eompleted to Jacksonville the morning train. IX I-OUT. i of the above Jlooks mailed
on 1':11'1.1'| f t I. Any to any address on receipt of price.ASIMMYI .
: w and lighted; fur the first! t time on July! :S. S: llnriiuiurn, IVheverrari.: i,2tuus2: I : .
)15th ht..t. It is in \perfect order and completes Mark Nonpareil. ( iilih, Ili: tuns. : > niioTiinits: ,
1.r i the chain of lights on Clio Florida 1'"".,t J.:,.""till ,flU'. H.lrklil'l' Campbell. I atop, 4t: !tl'Ons. J'-'ly JACKSONVILLE.:. "1.\. ;'

,. reefV, In order tit complete the svstent: of TV the 1.iiturt/'the/ Mirror : Mark r"koUuO( : ), IlerlinWiiHtms
lighting: : hl'lWl'I'111'W Kiver Inlet, :\. t',, and WI'), Felkin, 717 ton.
; The time from\ )fdr'"l'to.It.l"I, by 1 private Mark I;: ivttl'1'ar (
< :,t| Canaveral, Florida there is necessary (trig? I-tJia.:: ( lit) )!l'K* 111111. IU tons.Urij S. B. HUBBARD & CO.
V to W established two lint order lights. The conveyance or (the :':\111"t'| Canal, it' ; .lrila! Holl.in 1. 4ts.. tons. I, ,

report says one) at Capo Fear. North Carolina hardly an hour ; from "'al.1.) to Jacksonville. : No'h.Ih'(, Tarlton, Handy, :230? ; tons. I IOch. i

ami the other midway between St. Augiistino by rail,just three and a hllfhllurs, making :; Pulo! JI.lrj.lel'"i: : ton*. I JACKSONVILLE: :, 1'i.O1t111.1 ,
Florida, mid Capo Canaveral, Flori I :1.) ton.
:Sell. Stephen ]Menuett.\ I'niglavs!; ;
the time from Mi'Ironto; Jacksonville
da, inu-t bo l'ulI'itrlll'tl't1.'holl.1: \ Congrest : Sell. I':. II. Potter, SUurer. Sl'J: ton*. I { .\U: AND wrrAiL: DIALIIW: ):\ :\
,; :mt horil" these structures t plans and estimates four and a half hour, and yet the lava :- iluj. l'.1t-4ns: :Sylvanu, :3 : will bo IloUJlI1ittl..I.-S111Ih! iitrr.'pringcoutraTtingthe lime when the, PI.I1I\SI'\ I I't'h. IlliiuN, I'aiuis, oil,

At a meeting of exhibitor" at the Atlanta Ureen Cove :Spring; it; )Mflros lUilroud; I (Ubuilt. I'v .4'yen per steamship ."t"1# t Tausffrsru jKflTJU'S.: LKAUsi: > IRON l'Il'Irn.I: : )(ILLS:. IIPMMFU: : A\n IFVTIIFlt' : ; :

Kxpositioiiheldon:?'1 inst., th(' statement *uy* it now it.(tally lake the day: .. New York. Xuvcmlw a : I1 1'.iintan! l I''I hll'i; ( IUti'tt)14J[ 111Altlti't'LltNs'(J UI' TIVSMITHlNfl

was made that many of 11":11hUH":' taken tu Ut".IUll'J\b\: the ruim4 trlC. M.( \\sr\t: Mr. WCtirUteiiso"(: thriuildlda! tiui4}. I:1: : : : : WJUK.: : 4.-tja. ll


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