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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 12, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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VOL. II I. FKUXANDINA[ 1'L.\ ? SATURDAY' ( NOVEMIlKIl: l I'', 1881 NO. ;; l..I ,
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81',11'11'fW8, I t }bea'atifiil to beliold.' ] livtrything; i is paper their" w.aN'ortli.! ne+iiU'- oranges: ilie Uk/- Mr. Uav.: (ofKnuland: ;:\ l who bought the Hodg. of their traits! our customs: 1'1 rail: ,.' to the

j i ly and, tlioroiuhly! \ dune ; the drainaggood : "' iv l"ulIl..rolh.hl, : lifty-siven bales: of cotton, son place last t year, together! with one hundred visitor from !the outside! world, and justly: pr

.11(111111I, the !land; are laid out and the trei.- ninelei-n: I thousand I !'hiittli.sand l I I : twenty-nine acres of the Thompson )place, i is !Improving for wo !ta\'e' nothing in common' \\ \- \h the

CitI.VXKiifS r( : : PuoIHVTS (UK') Al.ACUfA I \plauletlintheiti( '.) tperfectorderintagiuobh'] : : ,, IlIi'l.1III1.lII..I'.II'Iap.i./.1/! : [ l.. 'IIII'ill1'11011.. i both purchases' : and proposes I to balance: of the I'liion ; even, with tl. Stat! > ,

t.", ., Y. -Tho grow inof: cady'tnhl, (' j I and they are all in that thrifty and vigorouscondition \ ler1: "lIbl" I' put out twenty thousand: orange; tree. :Mis.s under whoso laws! wo \live, wo find! teirSelvt9
; ,r N" inborn anil,! Western markets: is i largely' which !indicates proper attentionand A N 'm'11' \1:1--- }1.1. (\illahan is making Turner, of (Cincinnati! bus purchased: thoMoFarHnd a* far rcnioxod, in ciMum, feeling climate!

I t;, iWi .1 1 by the! farmers: of this county. This I practical! : kiiuwh'd. "''p. Wo I found )growing arr.mii '11I1'111: to 1.IIIIIII II"l'hi'! wharf the : ) : !place, and has engaged Captain and production, as: if we were of ('1\1\\ : and

::0, !iii!\"iry requires' care on: :account of oC";:!- I ; there -ranges\ peaches: : grapesof several; foot of AlcaniK sh"rrt1! tin, lor (the charter Wingato to plant\ out ten acres in orange they of (irccnland.! !: We export\ In-tiy to

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i II, ,it t ind safe one when tannin t; houses are toes, and. many kinds of I beautiful I /llowviv, ies! : and: f 'I'< the' / piesent\ will make it KiV'ishnien.ind: ,! are quite wealthy. Captain everything wo need from Ihe same place? .

I'llished!' wliicli will, loubtedly: bo the and 1 all combined, forma modtl:! }picture oflovelineHH twenty\ .il\;I ,' foot \. ild (I'.illahaii.mts: : a WiiiJC'ito: : :a native of 1'ngland: : !is the and: strange! as it may H''II. we ('al go to

a no distant d.iv. piles: uf very cied- ] beautiful n) the eye and gratifying I I railroad t track, but says I the co,t to him 1)ioncrchin led Idol ('"IlIIII' lll"l to this garden the capital of New 1'urkts quickly :alII fmas '

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""n; jiiMMini'in' : : trees have been!) lutt'tI.'r ;- planted, one year H..O la-t; :lurch. and thisyear 1I11'e are sorry fortbis, ., as it would 1 addt !in the State t that I i has .such vast resources of capital It) our .)\1 far Southern: State t

.I (' thrifty: ; growth! tad\ no doubt/ I he t gathere.l: a crop of :'J:,;>.)') :a.s line I \ our city's( /facilities; dlr l business, :1I1lhl'I\(' soil as this great: inlf Hammock; of J.'CHIIII Levy \\'" need, ( ('lla laws suited to on; situation

.. :rill\ freely.! \V.iliiiit and pi. cm: trees I peaches: as' we have ever :wen.: Jli.i ri,.-( crop :fit and :idvanco I our forward movement\ to ( )'. It has a :sub-.oil< of clay :and! I lime and place as Ont'l nr ollUers Mini tin,

.. :i > '!r-illy on Iiickory-hcirui' : land.\ Figs I will be proportionately: lartie, ,and his u'ondtrop have, another wharf! w'Ith railroad connection. which makes it inexhaustible., Tropical present rules strangely out of tune !tor, our:
ami b'-rries in !arv varieties., abound. of I'fiitiicitlii/ a./l'tf fruits, as well as vegetables of all kinds, city and The
) I } peas for this year" it. it'\\\ !in full] !hear; -- \ hlal'I I'r'lll! wh'bil!
"J iu; of t field! po.i: rum be nu 1 U' in ordi-! logo IIi 1 i.s grape vines were heavily fruited 1I111. ii1IHfrtt.tra may be successfully: grown there without a Florida and/ returns without scei.i. KeyWest :

i i r,: >.....: ns, and !peanuts, ""lIh'-'I> and ,1min I and his fig trees : \'". in t hinging: : ; and all! !from ) I'u \\\Er.--: : Colonel, larkin Smith informs particle of manure.: On a 1'1'1'1'111'b.il., careful with her en('nallots, her tlati,.- taina ;

li. :produced without limit for; stock. the \\ild: ""'I"I:! ill the: short pace: "if twoyears. us that tho :appropriation{ dredging' observation convinced, us that nearly: all rinds, olives and! other fruits found, mi\\ here

A nunbrrofBras! "C nriku!! excellent: : bar' 111 din The, doctor has also: !given i considerable our channel has: been expended, and! that this vast: territory may lit loelaimed by a else in the Tinted State-, !is: like one \ isitinj/

"is: ll'Hiris'i.. : Thc" begg.ir-wco.r'; I ;rowi' attention to the} raiding: of poultry, and the dredge; will leavcsooii:! for Apalachicola.He little dilthing ; a great deal (,fit lies:' high Italy and never, seeing Rome Ayisn, !i is

\', ;: IuxuihuttlycyerykiuI'1 -.tuike'lun: !now lists! quite a large number. This shows I :says that our channel can be !deepened, enough for cultivation without any drainage) only !tilt) miles 1\1 Key West to ifuvan.'i

,ilily and fatten, ainl BOHIO planlcispul what knowledge. and labor can ;accomplish.UU.I.V..I.T !' to :a depth of twelve feet at low. tide except whatever. In a few years sugar farms; will and, steamers ply regularly in the vvintei
It ip[ t tor hay. It !is valuable: : .substitute! for tlild (')//'r. at the mouth of the 'river: where the rock: be opened} in tho hammock: that will rival in months and fares are reasonable ; and win

i'' ..)'.'!'. Oats) are hoc) ,uning a iple: : crop, anti 1:I'lf(lfll/'cI. :shoals: up to eight' !! feet ; :audio deepen the extent and productiveness, the I'tuluuts.light \,11,1111 like visiting Havana, the capital

-I'mar.' !h.< 1I1.l te Stl. Iitdinn: tAr:i i. i iihmtoti,, f 'oi'nr..H"'P' P'_' _"_ ,..- T.'lluU__.... ___' {.in.. I'.i.lilford .::....1., tnaniRi:, IIliaL. ,jionn' j..n u WIll -iu.n' l .n<.- plantations Cuha.--tVif'ic'( Kt'///'IIfl/. of the t'lll'CI of the Antilles ? TII' day is

I In-. all who cultivate the bull, std t in proportion ('lJl1l1ty1'0) : now worth from $I.i:!."> to thimk4'toutIIUNI; ; ( it i is: highly important .Utll'/oll, not far distant Whl'l Key West! will be more

to the intelligence an .I thoroughness *S.nn) and I $]o.OO( per acre. \\'l! still I lricplenty that a large appropiialion be made\ by the Tin: Nell: (Tartan AT ( 'list-'I'heilydica-1 fully known and appreciated.-A'u HW}

tilt( ''i is the (>!'Oltllct. On) hind: ,l that coulil' he-' ': !!! tit'p p public lands.subject: ; to entry.! Mr.[ next ( '' ingress; :;:; .t, that the woik can bo, completed tion of tho IIl'WIt'thorli"t: church at ultra )1'1/"Clf.

made to yield I an average of -i.vty! bushels of S. J. Temple) one of our largest; :MW: millmen by the time this; point is reached by last t :Sunday was! witnessed: by the largest O'tai Ufje.
(tra't'l :the: :IrIIh(' majority of our farmers has of land within Albert I of ,the Ar
a large. body lying I the railroads\ projected to it, one or more of gathering wo have :seen since the election. r li.ln'l propridol
iii"! ontent t with twentyfiveTheea<;-o with easy: accesof the city, which !he is tillering; : which will probably' lie here by January The church! was packed ,from thecntrancoto Illtol'lr:-< (If Jacksonville, has ie

: .'. 'Y"i i the ground' can bo' worked: :C'IIIS, alto to settlers: 011'l'I'Y reasonable and accommodating : 1.:1.'e I :! :specially commend this mailer to the pulpit' and at least one hundred! could ccntly! arranged for the purchase of a tine

\\'..:'s have been a d"iwhack: in planting! ; termlie I is oiKring a body(! of :L'OiK ."),- our members, of Congress, and would\ also not get admittanceOcala tent 100 representatives tract of land I adjacent t Orlando, for thepnrpe"e

'Ii f';'n'r acres! :' ainl, :giving thtin belter ciiltiva- (> :acres! from which! :.settlors can: select snrdlor : suggest: that I the town nnd our business i :; men :; ; Hawthorne( I l'-V ; Anthony (Place of transferring his: biisines-,> tin

;' t ti: "I, By improved methods} cioppin.} : the large tracts: to suit themselves near oras interest:. themselves' in urging it on their at- :and other stations!> along tho lint of the IVninsular portion of South Flol'iI\, :Mr. Bdwel' is

i; 1 r\- demanil for corn coultl he :siipplle; 1 by far away [from town as may be tlL' il't.l.- te'iiion.! !It is not the fertility of the soil I'ailroad: ; and the neighbors: in the one of the most :successful< : and 1 widelv k"wl
{ t'.i farmers: to the consumer,; of the county. 'i'ude Ttlcyrityh. tho nursery men in the United States, and bus
I'' :so much as: it is the climate; which constitutes vicinity oil lake, for! several miles around,
I It'( i- i ii destined\ take: Position. a t" n staple; ('"I Ill blu.L.1KE long in the
S' 'mill 1.'lol'i< chief. recommendation( turned I out en ,must Fully live I hundredpeople I teL'1 engaged propa/.iMon\ of
('" .p; ". '.tll as ;i forage: plant ami' a table noco'i "iTi's( JJ\roiiT: Kiton snrrr.MKLi( : 1 TO though the soil is by no I means so pour as were present. An excellent seimonwas tropical 1 and semi-tropical fruits and plants

;. The highland: variety ;is now rec :\'0't:m iiEu I 1 l.s l.- lielow wo' give statement its general appearance: would seem to indi, preached by Itev. Dr. Heidi, formerly This industry which he has heretofore; conducted

;vitK much attention. It grub! large) ,, of cotton(, cotton spoil, hides, oatu!, etc., (':ttc. We think, on the contrary: it is a Atlanta, !but UO1'1'1..idl'lIt: of LaOrange; : Female largely in gteetl-h.tises ;tit I under
:?'tr 'ug)' :stalk, crowned) with abundant grain; fl'1I11Ihe Lake ; glass he believes _
:shipped< Pity .kl'olII'lbl'/ great 'mistake to endeavor to represent: our College.( .\ collection svas! taken up, can be successfully: managed
.,.1.1' ] it ,'alll be made' to uvernge forty bus'icNt : two mouths: cndinoycntber I 1,18 s1. It :soil as: being better than it naturally is. It and when the I'lah'1' returned to the In this favored; locality in the open air

t t"< > the at'I'<.'. I.ifcly patented, iHiincry! f.)reh nnu.t; lie membered} that the cotton! .seasonis ;is, indeed\, rather fo.'tunato that; the! peninsula altar and the pickles counted, they amounted and it is this conviction which! }has 'dl'clllt
i -.iniiv,' rice !U ready to 1 bo; introdutvd! by tardy this year, owing the planters tiik- him !in this case. The future
) :; of Florida\ does not possess: (tho lich!. alluvial to something upwards: of four hundred prosperity of
ilventorlkiug, here. Arrowroot, cassava, ink; advantage! of the almost, unparalleled j> \ soil found in (Louisiana; : for it it did it and thirty dollars.; This! Mini, we understand South Florida: is going to depend\ largely

kumpty, and other, starch routs and Irish tine picking season.:< Its11uu1'lalsubebnr0e: would 1 bo entirely' too stickrjto I be the resurtfor was largo enough to pay oil' the indebtcdnc.ss 1\,11\ thesucc'ess or failure of such expert

..,mil .-Wiit, potatoes' tanyass, cabbages and in mind that produce from this! county is invalids and! touri ti seeking\ a mild! winter ) of the church, and provide some: merits!, by men oflll'li"l'll'(' and enterprise

i iutlrunpktns" !quaMies'! : turnips,, parsnip shipped! : fl'ulIlb'l! Oliistte and Welborn tlePHH. climate. .\:-< it !is, jho soil is suited for needful articles Io ':.iles, Alter the servicesa like \Ir. Hin'lJ We are glad to welcome,
'-, CHI-umbers'! tomit: egg-plants, I: beam, | We have placed a safe figure in making him and
the tropical and semi-tropical I I fruits, sVhIi): cgrowth spUndid dinner wa-ll'ol'rl'II.: which provedample hope\ that the most gratifying slel'cS -
n'.uis.; beets, radishes, and melons of many; the! estimate to find! tlloIlue., ; tif I shipments : uurcltmate! t:11f'l': ; do not wantit 1'1/1'1111,1111,1 the fragments Unit wore wi attend u his charts here. The more
pieiogrow :Iii well and to as 1 large; sizes : from our city depot : 010 I bales: sea tm'Ici mutt, left would fill I men of this stamp wo have the ..
however" that in the foregoing many: baskets.! The church !is \ m' r. inviting -
h'-"rc as t ti.cy: do anywhere: in the world. The i island\ cotton! valued at $!t I bale $.s; Ifioi)
0pcr ,
; we mean to (ilisps.rage' our soil or apolo- a credit to tin county. It u: built in !good 011' portion ot the ttl will he m ide.Ortinyc .-
w ,'.1.I pi' '-'irio: abundant! all.1 1 !good for the IO.JIKI: pounds! ]hides, at 1 iL'e: : per pound" 1, $1JJ ; ,- girt for its absence excessive natural( fertility st>'leui'11'nrnlshcil with nice pews!, chandeliers Conn tit llrjioiifr.1'ntinnn.( .
::1.i ''i\' i''t t .1' the year, during which ..kino.10 ,>: ; I Il.'s: 1 tons: cotton( seed,, at $11 [ton,
per ; r.. the latter i is adequate' Ii any: industrious bell a handsome! organ: etc.- Messrs.: .
.
< r. 1 K I.lh, Jioises: !mules, and bur, keep !; Lit.:: Pita winter ; {farmer to do well.-Simlmul/ Trilnuir.Lrnn. Harris and! Ilishop, the owners of the mammoth Tin (hlt: Cuor.-Tsually ut tinsea,
provision for animal 10w, pounds: ', moss, at le per po.iml: ,, :iluO:: -
groves of Orange) lake, in this( county, son of ( year tp'l'\latlul as to the incoming
:t.i'i rai-iinr: tie -
wciul.l be
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otter buiinesi. '
( a != $ I,1J22.! We will add to lid next is;" uc tho
o. u
I i.: 11\ c'diivniing: ; cotton. The gr wing of amount and' value of \\,1)1,1 l and: lumber, IIEMII (It' HON.': 1 C. W.\I.I\IW-\\'c: it It' :are maiung preparations: : :aunt will commence orange! crop i is: I ,matter of daily occur
pained to hear of the death. of marketing their fruit in about; ten days< ronce, not 1
t' -: "I, 'o i'toni C'uhiseed: Is a new industry; which! our\ reporter neglected( to take from !this gentleman : only among those interc-ted I in
which took place at his residence in They have: excellent shipping facilities. The the fruit in a commercial '
MI.t i-" ".s"JI.introdUCl',1! by Jf. Ell; !l-IIZI. n the company's books. Tho shipment! of : way. This year
I'd.an.,1'i! : ) i i.; i-n;;:incil,:, in cigar inanufaeiiir- syrup! and sugar will commence this month. ( /ia'I"drtlt'1)lttlty' on Saturday: evening: last Peninsular 1 Railroad: : runs! on the dividing so far; 11'01 being an (exception to th' geurr
lie was tae of ih' line of the two I groves.: Ruth' gentlemen al rule, is one of
circuto
suu K. peculiar
'j .in( 1 it bulb! fair! t') bepoino: a largo and To the kindness of our affable} railroad agentsat hitfJcorgts Walker -tancc
n, im-v-iii.ikiiii!I" : { one. Su :ar-cano i.- aiWlticl't'ntile I this place we art! indebted for our abilityto and' nephew of! Judge II. S. Walker, Sr., I..a'IH'I'l..tl'l I largo! packing-houses, and the and I wo see indications on every slur: of n

: '! :, } .table. crop. Like all other!, proilu give to the community the above correct of this city. The disease of which he died railroad company has! given each a I sidetrack disposition to impart reliable information I"" -

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I'''i"--u, ,: iraMd, syrup male from cane i.; for 1'l'lducc-l"kc City AV/w/tv. fulUltuontof contract for building the! I'lIl8:11'111.1 're to fore been a great drawback ami! annoyance of fruit. "'0 have taken Home pain' to in

''i, I"I' ''I-L :.iml II'Jt for cxlu .ir't. The .i-lupt.i- CorioN nioM .\HWI.\II-\\"c noticed during : it AtlanticU.nlroid: in which enterprise but this is now happily over 1'01'11 ourselves as to the crop and its ,.(,"(!
ti'in''' of the: still aiul cliiiKite to the cultiva- this week farmers I living at distances from : he tuck waim interest. As! a citizen COllie 'Jhcir crop this year will be about lion in the counties bordering on the t

ti i Hi i( ta .ir-ctine must be rccrigniiedby the Lake" City varying from twenty to fifty [Walker was; held! in tilL highest; : (,.,tcCIII.II the same as last, year -<)fita llniunr.Fourteen J.lnllnil' its tributaries. We give the results -

fact tli: ,tt iii-arly every firmer: annually milc.s! hauling their cotton to this mar [ Is'TH{ he was: nominated I : the Democratic miles!: !fmllOl'ala there is a tract of our ellorts as t follows : The crop'

: r t..11.' .. :a "IT >p of it, and paysai: laueli iitten- ket. Tliif. is due to the business: of our me'- candidate: ,!: /for the State .senate from ( ;iadsdoncounty ) of land containing ;'toi/ acres! which Dr.Kutt will l'X'Cl.t that of last; )'I'h by 10 to 1;per

:M i 'ii :t"> it.I. t.) his ('IrnLIllI i-utiu'i. Sugar cliaiit.sin tillering inducement to tho producer and was elected l in a district which ono 111'ollr most\ prominent citizens: ,'cIL. but the average Duality of the fruit 1 i-

;:.., i u'I I ,\ rc: ; i, l being heavy ll'tid tn transjtoit, superior to other places: and! the excellency then! /for; the first/ Urn >ince In'jS'] failed tochoose purchased Six years ago for the sum of !$ ?' if .I iri: it.'o prohibitory: :and.I the market of our ginning establishments! in a Republican: \ ...lIl1lur. lie proved) and, \Vhich!., wn loam, ho u sold,1 last week for will average larger and,1 brighter. than u ua'''

1.1, :i i -i.nil., lIJincm'CU\t'litsuOJJ'toll\akt' preparing the staple! for market, besides we himself: fiilighteiid lrgislntur:: and I wondi'tinciion the sum of :$; .'J"IIJI.: : This ii: only one of the cuts} groves! of one }hundred thousand an>i

(i'' ... .I i i. .- J fur export.: Nor will! change:;; understand that many of the numerous by his unselfish!: devotion) to the many instances we might; cite ut indicating upwards, ; will run very uniform as quality

II" II',: !''l I tin: !.\test ImpAned inachi'iery gins dotted throughout the country, run bywaterpower interests of the! :State. Mr. Walker was the increase in value of real estate" in this Some large groves the fruit of weh! ; has

I ,;'i, ':'1'.1 1 r'o pn'pare! : all tho elates: of cum- have shut (down on accoimtofthe noted.\ for. his integrity( character, !hisall'ability : county during tho past; !few 3'ears. LunU 1)1'1'1 heretofore; classed good, and tin-

'" t,: ifor the trade are iriUM.lueed long t1OUtI00(1! / prices; tie paid for of manner, his: moral walk and! the that can now bo bought for from $10 to $.'!<). }year small, rusty and more or I le,, :llh'ltt

-I6.li.is: are begiuuingto: !learn that sea! island in this lIuu'ket.--J.Ikc 0t / /:.Vwa Mincciky of }lilt friendship.' ) These elementssecured : per acre, lying close up to transportation, with insect, and' uuil Droves tlwllI.: : pro.
'; .isias wt.ll a; (',.)dart: factouwi, do ( ', : for; !him the lovo and r'I'.t <
I :, '.! tiilj-livd! | whero the tau' mtiteiJai Jtuval.THE associates: and, neighbors, Who will join their more than double in value, and wo know of turn out sunnif I.. ".,-I wi *.1.... .t..,.
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: .', : cotton I.. r.-gret.s at his tent no investment: from which the The
j the main :suploof: ) Kkcrruif IW'IT is J.vt' >lo\\"lM.E--\t unexpecleil ( Ii with the capitalist! sale of the fruit O! '.1 about half do-
1 .> 1 Ills! tho Wand 1, grief 11111IIII'I'II'S' : of hii relatives and ('ollltllllako !;n'allIroit/ than the I
e>oa or 'ug st.t:11,1 tho nest meeting of the City Council a }petition the purchase y.cn grlJ'l"has: to I('l'rtlil extent dvmonn I
: '. 4 : !j ; 1 the superiority of tlc liter will )hu presented asking pernds.-'Jon! to community generally.I The remains! of the of these same! lands.- Iunn.Monroe i/ed the ,market, but \\'t' look to a --eUlo l

'..HA' in tlu; markets of ciavannah: era !p< k-s for win. to be used in lighting deeeaod were brought !ti this city yesterdayevening price .for fruit at the grove which will pay

I I.l: t. >n and Liverpool. It I is: used I for various places of business in the city by and, Were buiied this moiningat i KKV WK.ST.-This weird tropical Isle! the the producer fair price, and allow u margin
s- .,.- :.;.tl1ro a.J, laces and the fiu-t white electricity.! 11 o'elfwjk, fr.i.n, the Episcopal.: i I church most southern of Uncle Sam's great dominions : for buyers.: (Ollllblol men have lived

-. .' .' 1 i- .lIItllIl'"r1r the wh>ilecroppeiacroKSt THE li.\r.-The HrlIrlof! INlot t'ommi.-- l''lIJ.idiU!, i is a gem of no ordinary caste ; a wee off the IIi, of 1.'llrll oranges long enough
,\'hnti,'. Sonia day it will I b,j spunand, simmers have received) reports from Captains' 11'e'U. bit of land covered with the .strange tropical and growers ought, in ju"ticl t<, themselves,
THK (
w .wn ut home, and the manufactured uftie.i.rted John Johnson and 1 H.: 11. Litimcr, Jamesl'aluny ) j lets lf.tintt'r.11'e learn from the plants! and fruits ever blooming (lowers, tl.1 at home, and not *hip on
!Ic clever l'IIISIllleut
: proprietor of the Gulf
over the coniiiu-roial world.! and HammockHouse with u climate as'temperate, I f tho commission
William J/IHI&J relative the and ns free from men '
: to wlou'f'r ldl
-t< h", .( .t-lt urute. Captain ('. U. Wingute, that rupiil cold ) i1lell'
condition of the St. Johns bur for the weekending and biting winds as Southern Italy. Cocoanuts did inducements, can Ml fruit why don't
Mr. H c. Dt-uton subitaiitial:: improvements, both
revenue cullt'ctlJr.lIa$ :Saturday, October :Snh.;:t During): the Awl present trees l. graceful and picturesque ; date theypruvutheir faith by buying and pay,
m.idc! 1.116' trip arollnll1l"rl i olI of the week prospective, artthe order of the day in as luxuriant fur ;
t .' T.4x- IOlllI- these gentlemen ,hated! in four vessel* that K'Ltion. and delicious as ever grew in ill the orungesthey wuut.Tlteeypreys -
.':I'r3 are complaining} : considerably and! took sit out, and! report thirteen feet flf liavo Ainon many otherwlio! Arabia's 'burning Hand ; tamarind, oranges: timber on the St. Johns river bo
('11 U'.Ullt of high taxation. )IanrIIct water on tie! !bar at high; tide. gone there recently tins following gentlemen and :Spanish! !lime trees ; the thorny cactus, said to be nlmo.st IncxhU"tl.lt.. In may
: "II i at the deserve quality(
particular mc'tiliori because
appointed time and ,
place thlllkIII : including the wonderful( It will
SOME MUIIB cochineal in favorably with that
I'tEvstN'T grow compare of
it \\i
; :-h.-ir J-.th'cno.-Uurlng supposed that have any
:
taxi-s they and
would means
be the same as last the month of October 1,5-10 boxes of enterprise endless variety, shading (the! Me and giving other locality in the world.! The trees are in
and fctjfhViciit'
.r orangct
brought tojieeoinplish deal
tt" only that amount ; but (pulsed:' through the tity, of which numberthe .\ tr. u great : it that tropical appearance peculiar to Wtt tllL many of them showing: u trunk
-n they liisliop: and! of Ohio
nine to settle found MII. who have ll'un
had IlIoIia'f' llel
they for
hut hundred
the
Okeh'tmkee something ( traveler\ one ( '
.
brought ex- t..t-nlllt free
T& bnxe from '
: These owned land t
\
n. in the IaUIIIII'k
.my enough. Hence considerable. oranges for the mo..t part, were mull arrived 'for om J time, |Ilt'cht to (1ml( on his visit to any j>ort of Flor l'ul'ulatl'l to Injure it or impair 1&1ttCl''t its
'ii.l.mit very on value
well tulII"yla.t, and to locate n're
am..nSai ]
cypress
as Incoiivonk-nce : projiosc. ida but only seen Monroe made the best
b.tei|--i u,,..I| to tax-paY"'NH)' the h'lUlII I avenging: eighty-Are to the box. This tstiuutu and plant: a grove( at unt'e. !Jr. <]ilencronn ImillilJl" of l Iand. county. The shingles, as well us stave*, and plank for the
: our
..*. .M>... :aryl I Cill/\ilt. mutes u total uf 2HOOIJ oranges au.1Vi fl', who alx arrive I City arcalso in keep manufacture of sugar-boxes! ant] l.arrefs.
khiptnent. made reiently ill with 'her The'
; trees
: tropio-al growth, uregirlleilund when
blpptsl through the
; N'w Yur: city during the pastmonth. from 1 Hiiglan:i ; 1, one-story prin the.L''Ullhl
; on t-aturtlay will\! reach propone buying; land and ('11'1111.with are cut and
This: does low. 'Hat roof of the ll'u.l uuwl.1 to lie a frctih.
well many -
,, piuzias Ilt
very considering dief
t.::
i iKe eommencin
uu conies, when
folJo\vin i'lturadayr: ; and orange grove' on an cxtentivo .tttmdcd lattice-work tt they tire II.u of
,
.'I. si I i.1) l .r..n New York I tt that orange* Biro unusually late thisyear. "nc.i',0 'liateIyH Mr. wally; whl.purcha" ) where, loung swamp and rafted to the mills! where! tit
ii )
on ing : a hammock
: fanned by the are t Into '
: Wtl.IIC1f'j delightful Ilwcl lumber.-/ */%itkj Jl-v
A : r" thi the <
; Marinm
t. i
,hlaee the (nllowi ng : pl.tcu I Ltd year, is trade winds, the J.
fcicsta.
evening -
Tu& Fnn.-Tbe !is
first ( !.
rv, utur sidpriivnt ofplcketI planting 'njoy((
;, Milt tt large number of Xotlce to
orange treeswadtuihiis Ou the
orante url'-'llIQ thl' ; writ, the great iulf of Mexico 7'uz.n'le1
TUl"zl.W1 on
\, city on other) %
: silltvr imjiroveineiils. Mr. Jlccutuiug. J- (;. I am now to
nlya the
W. '{hlted the place of evenjnjs on the east tl1.tlulltfc ; 1'l'twf1IIUCIt ready ('heftatr ui d Coun
tl .1. Itetttuer UkeJiKmtet, th r. of Xew York, has U'jught giantsof ty Taxes IIS'S1 for the
1"l1ln.. about; one niU from being in all two hundred the K. (be boa and' laved by the waters o'llUv yeuf lltnlin.v
and of each in the /J> .
T iev nty iiiiie X. Miller pltlwstet. will! ;>rein prlntlnois | :!
lint >,11 bull
j J findrts4leisui
UWl'Q cut n tblr plum aa boxes, \VUliinpneJ! hour ttttmr tube sfeatuvr a this /llowery hie, with hcrliftccn.! thousand of I Third I ttreet. hill.i ,
.
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t'.1 j yeh: it/go, Iud b bI DOW a L+lctttf9 landed, tho oruptfw were Ju wt&Twi tat Itubl t'lertrettI i that; out 7-i wrv;>> ofa Inhabitant% lay a hu y thrive of fmlmtri- WABKKN\ Svorf.:'
uf 'Kly cietraI.in C-olIeH-torof
oranjje trees. oil . artfjKvullar in Ntnt Fernandina, ., UJI .ilcr i 15. Is.






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I ; wIL t---nQ1J. i No use keeping it for 111('." aid tr. Holt. wa down on his knees' beside her, feeling nun ? And !!o the \programme!! made out, and what wn antis'. their feelings mu-t have been ? lie, left valuable article on "Animal: I I" ,"

When the fair vnmu !!pang$ with tier touch when, dinner was over the girl scent upstairs Kill you please 1 go and! tell them at mourning ; and she willing straightway to which we take the liberty of IIdj,:, ,..
k; of at at?. to change> their dri".'. and make ready hunt(', Ir. Cameron, that omc, one may listen t to the love vow of another 111.!r It follow hig'i'hnliteron( ;Meat f !*, i ': .
+ Peeked the woodland ways! nil !In beauteous for their walk.It come anal hl'I1 mo? Ourhou) -e i is only a wa! with I gray, harvard face that tho youngnia'i lit of the readcts of time Uf,', I.
!'! grfn.HoscbmU ; was alway a plwurc to them to go to few Hold! I, tit' tlJI to the right! at last ret uttit'd: in the late evening to The writer refern-d t to don I ; ,-

: then I found, wondrous sweet and "Colwhi! MaryV r Belle had long ago announced .I had better help you tnlcr, I think," his lodgings, to his overcooked tatele. 1 gard meat as ab!olutely neceaiv. r, >
)t that -die meant to married said ( olIn. walk and! di tnrhcd, fr tle : health and but it f
4 pink : ii'-vcr Con "l 1:lI ? dinner, to : ,!sleep !trt'nJth. t >:1!,-
i T.tvelU-r bloom tlmn the eye had everNVm i, but to be "just\ like ("I\1.in Mar,'." HP helped her to 'Ne! they Went 1 few Having n bra\'(- soul he trie-1 b) tar'! ,\,1i.l- \1o( !, hltl'lItral": 1 :
t :'Iu'l1.' As! I if you cOIlIIIl.." had[ sneered her big, tcp!, but he felt thcquiver of pain that wont self! (more; than ever into his work, al,1 !I ('I. ,(, who live mostly oni '.,
t fchoolM brother Turn.Mi. through her a. thl hurt font touched) the overconi" hi' trouble :: but it was very hard are cOII\eleo to conunw a lai _, .,:,
1 In autumn day Wootns tho olden; .'!!s Furnival wa a tall graceful woman, ground, and Moppe:. work, and a'Chri!tmas appioaehod ho got I to obtain nitr.--, -I' .
t rod with 11 tender face framed in hair which had You nin!t let me l'lr'you plca.'. You friend I to ln.k, uftvr his patients 11,1, then enough) ) to feed, their tissues an: "
\nd, the b-id: I sought" where they grew of early los't it" color and turned gray. She won't mind ? 1 car:, qnllu! ea!ily." started l for Scotland.l The weather was very means of IrocnrinI health an I -: I', "
wv old I : *. lived!t in "The Jlum-h: !UOII'! !!!." where slit Thero wa a" union command: request t in severe, and hencared his Perthshire hOII'tn Meat, duty be dividi d i i ielates ii.,
I Hut my iMi "'I"nln!! nos! .ting hurts!! I had been born. Father and mother\ brothers hi" word, alt in 1 moment% 1 Kllicc was lifteilin tremc-iiilou" now!torm came on ani','! -red and white Tln-e 'i.:, ,. .
found' !1.Vi'ondrou 1. and sisters, had departed and "he was his strong ntm!. blocked his way and, when at lat he, in their means of yielding m':>, "i> ,
I *!.vcet and i fink, hl the autumn alone ; and yet wenit" rambling jia!'!'a e. Thrll.1two fields the'l'lt Then reached 11o\I'I, the illness he had t"'l'l l lcd! meats have the greater a.n.: "'.::t tgenous i'
b i goll.JiMirts its quaint parlors, ;., its!! i:Id-fashioned: garden, through the dim !iJel(( gate ahead 1trlljln) a1il: ; t for wCl'k oi/ed and utter ) alI'!! nutritious ii:. i :.,:. ':
i t bright and plcavuut I place! shun)' upon by swans to with 1 bang and IIlicc'aid quickly [ ) him, J Helple'as a bal', meats are less concentrated, are m- ,'J i >'. .
: have their springtime. when hope'sro the mistress! serene eyes and made Merry : racked ith \nil, ga'ping for bll'lth, 11r, contain a less per cent of nitro.-t :,"".,
) 9 t !!ebnds! grow by the voices of the children and young '>h. please set me down, Dr. Cameron. while hi. ltle !;:l-eyod.[ steadfast: grayhairi'd rial and, Il arc less nutrition-[ Vr .. '
I And the bud of hope hearts will c'crhohl} folks; she driiphtcd/ to have about her. Mr. That is my father, I expect, come to look for ', flitted about his room, ainl easily digested than red.

dear\ Holt of porley Orange: was! her crusia. and 11.111,111 will be !, frightened." wuit'llol him. hand] and foot, and prayed The red meats include beef via!. :.
t : But they fade away, ne'er to come ngain : to hi" children: "Cousin Mnry was the rut (Colin placed, htrqtiiclly down, and in a I l Ic\'cl to help her boy to live venison, pnntrr. duckar. 0 t .
i No young hopei! of spring in lifev's: fall ap fountain of all !goad!: thing". :She, \\'a" to minute up came ::I' H"ltI' 111\urt figure. \ crisis had, Culle aHII"I'I.! an1ho and one galt', : ttim, ; ,"
I pear them the rond! designer of rhri-tmasfranu": l ilk: bad been atri her father bein;: was beginning to mend her include potiltrv. fish and shill! I i.-: ',.
and charade", the giver of charmim. ;presents alarmed, but I CII't his alarm was retiiovrd what wa'the .day of the month ? Tie 10th: white meat of birds i is nutrition' ..:," ,
hall we count them wise, who, when rosebud organizer, of picnic in the pleastnt; when bo saw his Kllice standing in of .alllal'hl' -ail' it wa. and *-! cHiri-sted.: a" a rule.

] )* die\ "timincr time, the, I'P"L of all l nur.''!, the the tield, ahead \\itl I ,'olllgfl.How) beside hi*.1.11 to I the wal with' a !;)!h. They would Young meats, as veal 11.II'\ i: ',. .
{ IVithregr'tf'ltears !sluaBsodimtheirgnze. kindest of all ciimfortfr". 1'"h" it was who her he did not klo\ a1. lie illllc I lied : by this time, ala Inc nutritious than older meat. Veiv ,'!,i .
# f That they 'relyee Cfolden-rod hath drove Kllice: into !iflIlehalll'flry, week: for She l'rietolt a" ho approached< 'I : w ns lot ') well after this for, a day or two, i i. hard! all, tough so that thn,' -' ,
S blooint-d I, singing lemons! ; Mile it was: who wa" keeping Inn't) she : papa; ; I have only' and! the new born IL-ht !in his motlW's face ble and! nutrition* meat come- fr .
a t ': I Like a frill-.':! of gold by the woo
j 1 l,, way was no end[ to Cousin Mary's kindne es. good us to bring me home." convalescence, and, in the late ..II February Animal: are usually killed'! 1st'1 1 b';, ,
who when So the girls, were a" merry a* lark, and as "And who the d.uce is Ir.) r'amcron':'" he! was back in :lrhlch ulll l at because the meat i is filter and K.,, p-" i
them Wilt !
\( Shall wee-omit. die, younghopr happy[ .'! ijiiei'tis (Mf! that old\, ex ,rt's.iun \va fir Holi's lir-t thoniilit ; and, it was work again than if the blood remain-d, I.: ,

?. Mourn their, early: Ins with regretful tear, yet incans nnything). that nnny< June! afternoon with !'inic titrio-i that he made his; ac- The town was [plaearll'o in all direction* !should be bled to death ns --1 ;a-I .': .
., dint as they covered the village: library knowlodiin"ut-:i'id! remarked that ho with announcement, il foot-long letters, of Meat propi-rly cooked i i- mon. > .'.. ,
vision !scarcely !see
a :;; 'Till True with heart.;vealth that they comes can! in life's later book", and 1,1:1Ii": : < Furnival all the IK>IIH> would now", rljje\ him! "f !tii1' charge, the coining of :leading?, Cabinet minister to than raw, but badly cooked burn' '. '.
) # :? news trace and liell1 were doubling and "I fear .li." Unit's; loot i i. rather badly "peak on the burning} questions:! of the day. ; to hardness increaQes the lab-ir: + 1)l'n.| ,, .'
f'.y. year littintr] till'1"", and. Kllice. with a hig dama.'i-il.: and outfit to have immc'M-ite ::1.1. on the evening of thus event, Dr. Cameron toll 111diz.liol.: \ and \lure- h- j 1'\\ ,

I I O 1'ather mast kind all the Mowers: are apron over her pretty pink dress!, was patunit. tlelllion. "aid[ (>linS honostlv kilI"ni.l. \' wai one in the cr'at crowd of excited l0urbhment to thej-e: vv Im ( un :. '
thine, I :fm a shn' 1)r, an,'I 1 //'Ih311e tt people who waited 1 tar the opening "I the it. J Haw; meat is more nutritionthai.' : !, .
t :' And, every va!'on. doth its treasure: )bring, Tlll'Iw.l! been hard: at work for two hours, gi't' my u "i.tlee. if you wil alow! 111 c." doors of the treat tU'1 hall llii was which i is i.nich cooked. :\r\] all! .."\ -
And we, thy hildren arc as dear: in fall nn.1I\ ;.. piles of lean tidy books were III- :0 tlrl was nothing it to say well above most people's IIn,1 and a'vyalooking cooking: meat rCIO\'CS fOJ,' of tin'' > :
i As in the joy and. innocence of spring mot, complete when handmaid; I Jenny "ye". between her two helpers! ; Kllice( round, he sass! a fu.\ from him, ment. 'l'hielcstw'ayufcookingther! :? i i- "
opened I the door. at last got home T1!'! foot was found to be a tall, elderly' gentleman of hid.acquaintance' which renders the meat more easily ihi.! : '.
Help! in to gather ro e-buds! gracefully: ":t gentleman, [please! III: HI.: wants tone badly 'prained : the doi tor bandaged, it carefully wlj, nod,led, :u11il- ble and most nutritious.
And wear them with a morning sane! of teat, In the library lie i., please. 'iy.:' and then strode, tit( to Middlebam.! Hello. Cameron ( ;Had to see you hack Stowing' properly! secure then' end-'! 1 1. ;,
..c: and'Mie handed: Miss I'lirnival a card. The 1 He had! thuurlittbuut: Kllicc:![ Holt at the Hotter, eh ? Can you get to 1e1,1, as than any other. l I'oasting; I coiws. next j in -, -
Vet tvmilrl w-* bless Thee forTh)' latert mistress! looked at it wondoringly.) and then beginning of his owning walk and now, the people! between gave the young doctor curing :all the nutrition 'the food I ".-,;.,, .' .
;; flow'-r. left the room and crossed the hall holding?; after this !small! wh'l'ntIT. what wonder that he continued-" I have fool all !making it easy of ,1.tol. i Ill,, ,r..,," ,' .
{ t i y,: The <; >ld"ii-"o: 1 that bloom". in autumn it in her hand.: Who could, John Colin he thought more ? Hi- profession 11.1'1' I la..a1l'OOI, to the entreaties of two oltil.aI5'.il1in'le.l ill. a :) \ \ day. -M. ll. llvulnml. Cameron, M.( I II),," be? him keen. in leading da1Ute and ti" ltle young ladies who \. h to retain a* miuh as of tin 11'1-'
.:,' : .' A tall I young t man, landing by the window glimpse! of the girl had l :shown Ilch. ( great Iran, and, 1lY wlr\ I tritium: d'IJ'lt' in time ln..ihle: ald -i, '" ,'
i) :' a p( Tin: STORY or.1 I1 SIT.f turned ahe t'nt'I'l..1 and I bowed, and t .II'at'01'1( ">oJ" matt be. and,h thoughtful for ill n't like my job I wi 1sh you \011.1 place it before, a hot lire, or in a hot "\/11.m "t
'1: i'. fiiid. with a milf, as he ;gave her a letter : others, and what a ')111/ort, of a h'lll she care of one of them. You know Hiss Holt, the out-l: of the process, and Sri hardi' n t! ..
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l' ,. I'AKT: I.Vhatold Thi"v ill[ explain my i intrusion, madam.:' "eeined to biyeVIuat! a sweet motherly I think :?" ( part, ali[ thus prevent the extid.if! :11 ol
Mi.s Furnival read! : face Mrs. Holt had, and' how fond I of : Culn's [heart gave: a great throb, for there, of {albumen and other nutrition Prin', i iple i-
r f. \ ro.lillbhoutwaysCIIiltllllll'iCS'ht ''lc 1)u"-eager.li '! : + .1NII'"M. friend. JI'tr'.'/ Furminl : other all the t'mil.secmeil,l 1! When the y e.e1: Kllicc unit ;.talll g hy a [pillar.As *.
\\ ii dispatcheson
r <|veer Whs/ innocent 1 hear bv aide! wind that \1111\1'1' still man got back to hilo"Igings' and fOli,1 ev'eryhndy : !-o11 saw him I Jld. came into Iloiling is a wasteful way e>f eonkin, ;i:.'
r /p. his tIICnr errant i I"' conspirator [ I living at Dorley. Long years have' pasedfiiice gone to 1l'11 mid his prim ugly room" her face. He his war to standing I less: we secure the water cniichcd. by the :albumen I I

I Little* -' Jones did, not know what !she we met : but it j is to me an impossible in darkness, the place lokl'.1'n' dreary incontrast ground I Inside her, and bent down and said l that has I'xutlec from the; m,:,,
:' '.i. .t llny as-he along the Held thing; to think that my whoa! sweetheart t with that 1!')Mower-M-ented lamp-lit ti) her in i a low voice Moiling; extracts: twenty thirty per' l'l'll. ,,f
was about' trll'c.l.! : June morning wayI Mary: can have cast out :an old, affection, In parlor at Dorloy) Cir-n-ro; and its gentle home It wilclJllt me to take care of Misibolt the nourishment the mass of meat m'i-'
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\. /, ) Horley many-colored Grange. long meadow this faith have .desired In,' good .son to call Presences; He; wou'd: ('etailly're''IHltl to ale" tains-it 1l'10a large per' cent! of tl i ':'-
; "t't WN'II wit!, dewdrops;', the upon you. I want to hear about von, and( the bidding Mrs. Unit had given him ando Waiting in an evor-thickcning crowd for a game matter and mincr.fl: salts that "'I' \ -- ,
gtaes; weighted yet will ill. How gratefully Kllicc had, ail of hour is got under ordinary, tcmneed..
rev-cornered in her hand was the want you to know him. You like him a : ) quarter an \
\ 'f i th itch that note set u-joing ntrain of /Tor. his own worth, I well know : but at liritju "Thank you," : !she bade l him+ (;iood, e'rcunlstuues' a pleasant experience, but lit If the meat only i i.< to be cunsuitnl" I Ishould I. :
I : ; !in and wa Uthe to u of the end he kind to him fur the sake of night" and how pretty' she looked as diesaid tie did Colin l'alm'rol mind\ his foot, being \ be plunged, ,1 into boilinu watei 0,1'! .
I 'i j I ;I event dcli/ht in.Jenny beginning Your old friend, it.! trodden on or his hack boing dug into ; these seared orhahleiiedon: its:outer !>ourfI'f U'i-! j: "
_ I I : mid' her to the back' door MAKOXKKT ULAKK CAMEUOX. things even added l to his happiness:;, for was ill; water coagulates the allll'l in t1!.,' I

I J 1.i an,I:into the!\ 1"W old, way kl ,!III'n, anti presently! Miss Fuinival put out her hand, with curs: I'M'.T II. II not screening. and, 'indeed.riving hK "rosebud"!her from if truthmust annoyance. meat withinlie., and! se-cures masT10 the| larger the' mass" ip':, ,-(

{\ ,', old Susan; : put her hl.lm at the door of Isles Hal 1'irie.tnws.) After this:;, though Dr. Main looked after he unfair hare of air and neat the the ,.
: which :in the '1'hi.s 1 is pleasuie to me, Dr. (Cameron. Colin walkclo\'ro tol,1 a quite L1'ill.r amount .1 nntrun-i I'H''ur.,1
-. ; \ breakfast: ro'iiu mornings was 1 the sprained : theJrange "
fIIt. the doors\ tied I the .
h\ in which .,
;; >t op)! + water ( mi it t -
j '; ? school rontn. too' and :!.d.l 1 : 1'niy collie into f the other room :and t have! tui ( unfreqiiently.t He lawn tal.In'Jnlll1l' It ',
ijfit 1IYl'l [ 1 took, : and after a I t. abroth' the liu.ltrun, 1
t "Mi\** I Ililii: here's letter for you from with, me, and tcll.- the history' of all these tennis with < ; aril Belle, and I ct'ila.t with a\l' thet I place the h.i 1,1 1".1 ;
tee and in/- .
times the orator speaking mall pieces, placed in raid
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\ silent since I heard at'your great \yas \.1. i iand I
; Mi** Furnival. s )'CI': i1 !O long the school-boy brothers ; and\ .
t" with raised'
( "wly to he.n1
t responding a boiling
va veryl :
When! 1 IJIhei:! had read it she pot up 1 from mother that I really did nut reuogui/.e Sybil were e-pecially! devoted to him 1\I1il'IHC;. Bat little Colin 'lthu..inli. ter this i,, / the can be lit
01'IIlIke tl. end l of the table. 1 to ." "On 1lal.1to: lI11 TIl I.at \f fl'I' -
Ellice wastill
4 \\wr chair at : your name ali sorry say afternoon, while from a of hopeless loss t to, and ,still i it of some value in ':
\1 \ ihildren, with work So the man stooped his Mil head lie the sofa, the children ;.t-c ti''nl1. "
)w. yet on your ; yomu; obliged to on were unbounded almost dazed, him. The[ and it with !I'l.i.
I mixing ,
: there's dear- Jack, get) that sum tini,hcd, through: the t two I low doorways, and I followed I hl;ini? a'>oit him :-\1ilol, his knee and hope hail I was hot, and Kllicc took oft' her trio'anti (". and other etables. potatoes
before I eoniibick ; :111,1'hil.:, sit up, and lab hostess into a loii4 <|Uaint room, iineilinx+ Jack examining: a svon'' ( [ knife with all he little dear left hand bare of Itisavvi-e vet; in all t
salt her ( iivii i
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hold your pen right : "l"shan't i be longaway' al.r. roses. Well it might for there were /sorts of tools) combined with wlln'hil l'U.tll nearly '
i circlet there When communities
!" the all rings-no 1ltalllail : to consume !ouj> .r b'i: !I :
on mantel-piece: rove in said ,
} ro"I' loukill1 :suddenly"Kllice : the anil they were the outset of the meal, it i is al 1dil'lclh.I
: .And thenlie (llittcd[ out into the hall: andthrough at the open I wind I 1II'IS in III 1\.11\ of I (.:ill't walk a 1 Iit. How did! she t proceedings : were over he said the I0eal I' ; > ,
I' l the tvideouct'1"r, into the garden. the tea-table) which !'otoJI l !) get home that night she w.is hurt?" waiting' for a chance to get away, to t tllae1 1 UI.I. intt-tin.-!
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1. II where1"the I MStree's, were holding 1 ; up a\ their i ered with diinty white damask and delic.itc Colin l.uu'hed, a* he looked across to Fl-: her : tl'l, '), a l lolli..lt'" the t--u:: .1
but will It
I 1 bonny red headand t'n-' warm air was: full old china and! shiningjlvur; all,1 1 lice :and said. I earried. her" "It is a curious 'question: you once. enables Ill tlllh n. e.i-il\; .1'-+'
the of bit and the scent of ripe red' strawberries.When .. hcalcl'll please tel me your l'ol-il'" fiI name ?- F cst more !solid h t' 1, Jay be -1"11'' :.:, .
& t of liununinu' s / Was she heavy ? inquired 1"
1' the I. :.rhil that t' I knew at your within it. It 1 hs'-tcns, the, Il'l'I'Nill nt't t n I",
badbeen
woodbine.Down (
'l'rl'IIIlof illtrrllll.tlllll Did) '(1 like carrying her' aill.wk. Kllice: said] with ,
Mrs. Uraillenow gastric
"SheU the
juices
I I f the I l-nu walk to the left she went duly pel 'rll'd: and! the Doctor was There was a little pause, and Ihll I II c- look. 1IIIPI'l'Iarcs. [ status' i tits .
where the red currant bushe. talking to :' Fui-iial: he and !. a wondering! pruperilutics.L'et'f)
I" f .t'f aniunt; : a 'on1' lanl'l..llow tor !> !, in a quiet tone :
ail Colin, with is the
\ ,-*, I 1,11)ail poor a must nutritious meat, lug! '.,
; large !straw !wva* It) la- seen bobbing\ up thl'l at the time pretty girls whosi-acquaint: J.uk." :
i but what i is her the ,
rush of most digestible .
great : / js and is t .1! '
th\kflllll' l proper( i
be had I.n sml
\ made.
t 1.111'.1"WIl.. II'C lenly (One was in he glanced 1 toward the soft next 1
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and
[ oriel i Illlico here's white, another in Llatk. and \'n lhriti,11 name' invalids children. Very rau'rir flu(: :' .
}It ,' I" Mother, dear a : another all a rtu yglow'in the fu0lying there, "
she does suit .
: Kllice. stomach The Hi ,
and I olio like I the ; :n.w"t."E'l'I'y lot tie vv 'r. \I i
:'I ;: note from (' >u-in Marv. !! wants: us pilk. rose- mote rosy than could \elllto,1: for bythe
one calls her Illice, except u It was my ii a forty jearV ,
1 girl* to an: toil help her Mils afternoonith Poor i Kllice It was embarravdn to bu in niinset light that was :streaming in : : 111\ical Illtil'I' I.'
'r r ;, too, see, and \ve had to aelillerence !seen cases indeed ,
,
name Jake ;
t t" : ii lot of librarv book*. I'll !say 'yes, I sups this trim, covered l up; with IUl'Ir Sudan'sgreat through the low /\v. I you lt
will'Th.t' I, >o we called her draco.; did auree with the stomach! 1'o-k; :-
a' lot
i i p+re ? Therno rea: '"" why'w shouldn'tgo kitchen aprons! came: a time that autumn inlildlehll. "
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!ik said (Colin. liarder
( 'Thank digestion than
you, I"-
? l Hostess' and guests were all l'l'd..r IUlo11
: sorry wlt'lIlho [ and Cameron busy
t : WI"l'r' fiber i and ,
t I '. Mrs.] Holt tnoiijhta moment, and then nevt hllr.1... pa-sml. Colin I': Ji''I for lighting i:1 har.1 i j. ilij-t m t-
I 11.1.tk' ll.'a \101) rvuT in.No ble, but not for invalids ami i:
; i Mid : :No ,".:I.tallll\ *a I.all mean: h'el so entirely thrown into the society of the <'hildren down in the !' ;
'c' .; ;\ Why 11111'1 (mete; and' Uelle come and men only since his .settlement at :Mid'.lle- heated streets; and, back-yards! ; all when! !r.s should grow under his fl.r now, pepfic The (llesh: of ducks, gee-e and wi+I' ,
!; those bam that this he as he walked home under stars. fawns is not easily dige-stcel. The flesh. i-t
r help YO'1Ilath..r t currants ? : daintily-appointed[ b.urd' ;al,1this at.t. the WIJ.t was over and he could feel -ll. .
n t, They art' r uning very !i'IIII, my dear" group of fI'IIWI seemed to him like a few evening hours his for a walk over o'clock the next day he v.is grouse, Iartridl's.alt pheasants i is m neaily '''
';: "I'd like to help." slid F.llieo': ; hilt Il' getting I glimpse into the "House! ) Heauti- to found the O\I place empty of the standing in the [parlor 1'1 Doiley) ." n!range, t i
F I must not, 1 suppose' ," and, then she went ful" in Blunyan'rallegor', while to his tcllustg'e'ts prt'senre flrlehe had made it ,dear to him. t;uitecasually waiting with agitation ) the entrance l't I Fish forms an easily digestive! food, uinlo
; :I bu'k thro'i-th the sunshine. the addition' to their as it were new1)t' no importance, Mrs. Molt Wh'llh,' camethe 'lIull : I !"I is well titled I for tlc neiuri-h.icnt: oi invalids -
illrolltu and '
spoke with the )' love J ehildren. 110 Ile-h of the' !!
i The mother hendiiidown\ to the ripe .party .I this world-experienced! he w.n'told that daughter and my niece e-arnestly. ,
a' I j: rt',1,I clusters (had -still th-- picture in her rye man gave a peculiar I interest and are gone to Paris )1' Miss Furnival."They and the mother gave with tears and smiles and ;.lur1'Olllre..exceptionMl li-h shbo ,'',
; : ai. the lithe, -traijrht w :lute-robed figure! ;.1 to 'J..ill.\lr "':always pVas.int! (li'illll'\( probablylay till the ssprimr.! That was I the permission he crived.: Kllice wouldsaon a. 1)111 oumht. al.ll"II'1[ ,!- i I' ,
.; wjth the d lark: -haired head, so diinlilyjwiisod : ments. 1111 tea wusou l Ilr.l'alerol> ru.se', wi beginning of'an ill-tinu for [poor Colin. be in (from the village" she said.. Then as l po-sible. Fish that: contain a I i marc II ., ,
% i [ standing! : : againtho; htckground: ; ; and. witn a courteous ,expression nf regret at He tsar o\'rWIJrk,', nod that helped to make he would go and meet her. nitre easily digestible' th:1 th"-.' !t1'.
) 1! ,< ; the old r;d\ wall! on which) tho apricots! were le.ixitii such, good e>,jiupan: ',liIIH'lllht go !himllxI" anil di-tuibed at the thought llllicc'd heart. [had[ been fluttering with a contain: much, a* re-Is:; ml.kl'!' 1 :,,1 I '
'; r peniin to age I Hr.) Iail. the village llo..t.r. wi.! of his Knghsh, rosebud aiming the fascina- happy unrest all the day and she !had l gone ring. Thcijiulity of Ibh lle-sh, do,'eaiI'- '
( ;' How pretty the child !gets ?" she said\ tot l.kl..llllm to come over and uisitlt,with lions of Paris. From tile to time he heardof into thi. village to qu'ut it by seeing some lt upon the /"r 't they eat and, I the p.i.whiih !:". ,
1, t :;; herself a'ul! her mouth and her eyes Mulled !him II dillKnilt! c-i-: >e. So he was initiated her ; how they had been tit Versailles and[ the poor old people wh..lolJkl.,1 her theI Thetse that live in :1,_:,
s l ::'i. and Wteiu'd[ I into the expression that onlymother's in! the easy geography; Of Horley and went Fontainebleau. and to balls and thlatt.., and in;.r as their best sunshine., 111111,1'wlter"( il not haveo sw e, t ,.
1 j facewcar.; his way. what a delightful place Paris teas Hut a I'.utall the 'quiet feel, as turning a bendin pure 1lor a. tlu that live m i/t.u. .
: : A few hour' afterward, amid\ the che'erfulcJuttt'r '"li afterward I Grace and ).II. set On' I wose time wa to come. the road she Id Dr. CUlit'WI. f.wl to rllli I ttrI.. .
; !II' dinner, the atternoon arrm: "e- homeward, having u call to ; on tl.eway One l'II'I I December) afternoon he was face. She tried to lecover her maidenly ov-ter-, are digestible and nutritious
in >nt* were .1i"'nsl'll. a.. all other familv ;des while Kllice: stayed to help MUs Furni walking up to his rooms to dine, whl'l hew composure[ and! made !some! vague remarkabout digtstiLh' :1.llluritiou when raw..rt.than r i' \'
tail were, in Ail I conclave. Mrs.I (Holt sat val number the books;, in corrojiondenee[ ai joim'llln' 0:10: of his fiie'nds, Llewellyn the weather He made n) aISWl'r. wllH fri1 The hind KL-S "f I'i '
with h>*r back to the op n window, agiin.,t with thecttao.uc.: llc would go home Cobbe by name, a merry, loquacious rattle- but took her !hand, all,1 said gently earnestly Irol''rl\' ;'' area verve.isi.v. ;., .h -',
: '. I which the hlin I tIt:>ppel gently in the warm by til lie-UK" ,ne +aid\ later tl>. looking into her svvcvt, downca-t fact : fnrl of feiiNl.
'j' : : htveie. her hu-t'und' op-\ ; ..!ite ; Kllioeon: one ( .)lain Cameron: wis walking homo: to, :Mid- la" Ulu, I "ay Cameron You remember "You know what I }have come for. Mav Brat is a c-jiice-ntrate-d foinl. and -bmixed "'
: i }t. :.ils.'Ith( Ja.-k and :Sybil un either hand. ,11'hal in the Huila l by the lidll.U\. ("rll Archibald :?" I have it." : with vegetal- to r'IIll'l it eaitihle. i,'\ 'J .
r 1"" Mini c ;1'111011".1 U.>lle on the other.Dalle .\ to SihIttt. wti'I; i ion the bight I r',,il. Ye>s," Hr.lil. Cameron ; .he came to She stood, juoment' quite silent and still Hulk ot f.od contribute-i n-. : \ ,
\ ': f was next in order! to KHieo: and ju,t '11 1111. nearly til' ful.[ was ri ingelt-ar ( Juv's1 just t before I left. Hut I never knew Then >he lfllllcr ryes to his, and in them this l'H'\ 1'egttatuo+1 i is valuable. 1' ; -
,' i ["'!I'k fromhiu! 'f.'r go.nl." a l")nny, ti I gilll'l ; the air of fragrance him ." he read thl Iwpl\ answer. Juch tho amount of nnuri-l,n," L'"
\1
Jraiewu ful wtl You Mrs.( Holt wa at the yields u healthyeevente'">-Mr-olil: lassie. (; 11'01 I bUwsoming h",11 ; a nightingale Fortune i is raining (; on him may i :
k4 : I + the orphan lIil"'I"\! )lr. Holt-tall, tair- sjngi.ig III the I I larch: spinnev.[ in Wel. hamefully \01 He door waiting for them, and with her washer
;' haired, graceful still in .I"l'p mourning garment Colin l'.ll'.lol. agate, listening, t'ljO\ ;llr has got 10"t good, 1Iriihinn. lias husband, who. catching Kllice into the l'u.t-01Jicc \.Ottel'. .
i" t for the 1 I.."- .>'' '...r ':lot her."Fifteen the I 10\'l'lnl"' the time. As he* ..!,,.II i been larklnsabont: theC'oiitineiitfor month. embrace of one arm .shook hands) with the Oyice ll'Jlr-rom' s.m1: ) :,t t-i 0''>t'Money '

i !I.. '.- "'iv :.tIr !" aid I )ir. Holt[ I + til zWt't iltUIIH1 about him! or tw). and now. in Paris: he has picked up doctor mini I told him, he had stolen; a march :l"o" .i. M.Orders to .ant.1 Ilegistcred I L. !:..' -
.c[ a in answer t"> 'r-" v t.:,'. ,"' We couldn't beginlairving ;: his mind turned 1 to 'ac \ > hud h'eutalking a wife-stud a Middleham 1.1)' Think of upon him and that his permisMon l was yet to 3:31): p. M. : r; Ull fr411 : .O. :
till\\\ t-i .wk-tl1l' dew was noheavy. aver with Or. Main. and to un o|,enitlon that You may read his i if you like.It to ho fnt. SUI1trol 131( ; to 11 < I
;' : 1 d i... > .i'f think we hall get into the ,I I1.11I trait w.f live-d to take to-morrow )is fun to ll.il the "u\'crllt\'ci\ these engage Theh3t tea 11 together, aad' afterward \n' \L/,\Xl, _1'I'\ITI11: ot Til: V t'-. ;
!; meadv '"'i-day. 1 H'[ we\er t the gea.s \fjj'n' and with jlu-xe* thoughts IIU"I .-, vision! of .1 fellow illlnl\! ; Ir Hot cometo plaved at :Ol childi game fur Jack 'urtm daily.. at. lo ,_ IClu"ls
,
\ \'( high and I think we are in for u lung a dark-haiivd! '. wth: kind \'1'1,1\ iittb- that pass, eh, (Cameron" and! :\Iil's bcnttt. and tJIt'1 Dr. Cameron Jlttra 11)il- iN' ,
pM.U of slur -. ,' Ith'r. I don't remember brown clever .'. 1 F..lue.: rove [ be going.
; I I | \ : a il: ;11"l': j [Dut[ as the young rattled on, his com- For
!. liner daytime and 1 never h..tlll betterJotuf her-a pretty 1lh'.1! u'!...'jt tin! aj paiiion's! : lu-.irt stood mal still "Mother," l klut'ro.i, the glowing HreHt [iKiinu' north of Savannah ,
o hearth at tender comical unll, (.Iu.e ,..,, ,. "
men thin: tiiis tray.father. Mary would have been if she haIII..1 ; au.l This! ( was the letter : flther" a C'uLr : P. .11
i ," ,>aid Jack. "laayTomand 1 liar- then tl.young lan t-cilt u tt'lller DEMI : : Thanks fur your congratulations half wale r'lcmlrJIH'l. and the two .\ A'eymnd Triuil R..ir'J.jrri.t' ---
; rid! I'mcome t..tlllrr,1nftl"rlloon\ and ')' [ ilaughtcrlessvKlowvl mother in l"Hil hack Hat you must send! meaiieithcr kept their place, a. tnotnett'sPause ..................... I I 1)M' .
I II my babe slowly "'eclestial l'ol'! ...... .... ..... ',
;. w'II'k in the havtleld? her tiny t'ru.I-IIII.in thourth l'ullltn'. batch, fur 1 do not goto India alone. rose roy 11't ... .. ..
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; J : 'i('S. my ia.f. though I guess;! itS more miss I' The old Colin strenAe The dearc-st I sweetest and prettiest of wives red" 1)a: d I W.1 oat int > the hull with her ., ')rtll-
( riiief than work that \"Ill !II lt.) !" on. But tl udde'nly; *topj>eil. startled, a*, will As she halls from the I 1'uver1 }h e.t/ubt "1 I shawl from the wal ArrivesClones .................. ... ...... .
f '" accompany 11' and vvraii'Hil it u' -- l heui: then! .............a. .. ...
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: 1 t. "May Jte* ieeonus too pleudwl t' .\'hil. on (he other side on a high tile, lie MW holt of Middleham may know I I;, 'I
"'.j You might e-all at the Vicarage, girls," (ll\,;ure seated on the gra.ss. : her hII> Mutt Mv y'll"Jceful. grit' in,; tho: do a:!ct h'r .,n in: the still 1 lrk- Arrive-s Jiirkvmiillit'l it.jhMJ:;, I -

s aid the mother} "and ask for tho children 1 1 anything the nutte? Can I help chaos nul.ln: : give-s hel'su'lf' : ne ( u forniicht :. lies*. .j-5: x. ,1
to come and ckt nd a long; afternoon and you &Id I thl'l a> lie re\-ognizeJ the white ut.1 we by P. an'I II. mi the V:th There with his strung, tender: arins. abo-it l11trtw. /. JGrg'rm: ....... .1110 I'. t: :.
a J | 'rlj.r.KVOM: c i'id! 1Il:111.'e! : to' take a basketf fol..in the twiht. in quittututhrr tune. lie of next .ai. Iltr. under the shinin.', stars, ptire hear to id Tiatlfr't Jtlll; .1./
1 .> rurrrrl'tt.. Th--re are .' ;3' n>.I l many things said I. Wh:1 mah'r. Miami Holt:." On *o met ftly-devUe-l!! 1 pretext Colin pure li tart, pure lips t pun* lijk.., they u.ve Amve-" T-a a-lay 1 and FriluUon \ ._' -

1 fir you in do MIJ your way. You must take 1 i iu Poor Huh. Dlice: [ .' wry Uravw till [lartcil fr '.n }l1). ..vil'-nevv 'bringer, an-J .trode their bethroth) l kiss-Ibuu.hoi.l HW& {the .' .* MoiulaysandThurwla'v-. i -
bwidli of oU !k'U\.I''rc.r and call then, but sinMeti : be Ud.ue). 1 Miry', fir!.,
it .? rugs to til friemilv v.)1 ict and helpful along, not knowing not l'anl{ whither .Arrive-, T ,
I ; and see how thai l poor little Harry Caswelt: pre- etice ove>niMu* h'r. and hJ burst went, with .1 I bitter;pain : about his Mondays and. Iur day at "
r I i-." Into I\al. and "dl. !"Nd.\! : : h jir', an I -ilent, hitter mtcrics against theipieltv .( CILWTKJt a\, .1" T.' I TUtb)"* a-id l'ridavs at -' a""J

And there :il the rortnUjhUy'( ; to leave "Hour "ILlli.l11'u. but i thouglit n -b*> lyivouM of .:..t"n.l 1Uteo-ab, tlio-! tonntco with the 'lqr"IMr, (It a .:loses \\'dn'iW.tn.tat\iay at tt.M''
r\ 1 tit MM.( Utr; .lw'I," iilH fra'4s'yoti\ ; )haveAM .\ my (jut hut. a i Uuely. di i !lime not know, had "he nut | I, writer tt cnJ\b in thaI \ Ttt'Il.ll1"lan! ,

\ with it, unciw Jtareu't: y uu.'M ." 1M'U the wwnl. were 'W by dim, that shim wai tats queen ;among 1\l Ix'r a elcci'llly rcaXiblw J I'attl 1'rillJr: S..tuL.Saturdays T. IJ1PEL1.at -' i'"' 'ji


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I r 'IMF CA15I: ) --- On and after" Monday, May 2, 1 UWI, 'I'rall; .

.. ,.I.a-TiMI!: KL-I.K nCvCklC1': HV AN ALVO- j On) and after Sunday: .\UI1'' :LM, 1 i.s 1'I1.i \1'.1"-\ on this road will run dally; I 1010\'s ; d -'t. z
inn OP L \TI: srm.m.: HFTMB ltdknv -
I eliger Trains on this /II'will run a!!
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i ithe only' animal that can bo taught ].'f,01l1l.Tl: :.\ !' lILI1Lh0.11)) s : I l'\t."t Mail, .lnclt'villeILilly art(l WI:T.Loavo '
.p'Mutt{', ,. quietly on an empty! tull1ae I I. The Kxprexs.; Lake (City........lio 1 p.m. C

i: ,p' ,.'.111'011'resent all ellbrt to coax; them !, I'KNIXsUhAll I l KAIMIOAD'ulth FiVivpt: Sunday. Pally.Leave lc'u111'clhrn............ l.'Jup.m.Leavelloustoli .
I .r ; of the laws of nature. ........... t. { __ &t :t.
'I' !, M violation I ( \\ /?." IIr",) :Savannah for : \.11 ,' : "
""!.n' roars in the forest t until ho has i Florida........... ...... 1.'.'1I i\.111., 111.1 15 P' 111. :Arrive Live (Oak...... :.111)' P.t1.lcatr -

.' ,unl,i,| his prey, and when Inha* devouredin' AXP Leave\ Josup! :'J.H) |'. in. ::..J" a. in. Live Oak.......... -..:;0> p.m. ti. \ : S l l 11' 14 I

I', sleeps on'r until I ho needs I another I l-'HIJXAXDIXA:I: ,V:. JACKsfOXVIt.LKItAll.ltOAl : I.cnveVitveno' !' .1."'") \p.' m. Lto:\ m. Leave (.11-11'1.: ........ ..... .I IS p.m. U ---_-- \! .
The horce will paw: all night in the Arriveatallahan.. ... TiUji.t in. 7:12 a.jn.\ .
,1,v I: '\lIclllw; pig:i will! squeal HI the pen, I H. .lrrivehu'ku'it\'IIle.... rf.Mp.m. :x.b": a. m. Il"I\1 Kllaville,..,...,.,. :a.O.111.:\\ \, tome (Ailar, Key

;i- ::1! all rest 1 "i sleep 1 until they are fed.\ I Leave Jacksonville. 7.--;;:' a. in.VV': p. in.Arrive II'a\ Madison.-l.-l'-- .- > ".11._-- _.- 'i

i' ,. animals, which chew the cud have theirbcl'ure! In 1,Pert Wit, 1881. at Live Oak. | t 11.1 a. in.Leave Leave ti ireenvillo:...:..,. +"i. 15 1,111 FOIl XKW; OKLKAXS KVKUY: OTnr ,
'H'" ,II, pruvisinu: for a lute meal ju"t i Live I Oak! :-VJ.: :> 1'. m.Leave Leave Aucilla........... IL tO p.m. F1MDAY l i l ) .
,, > oil' to their nightly; slumbers.\ Callahan: ......... ij.l1'' a. in. u,/::;) p. m.
?' pninu ...... ....... .
the habit of 1.11.11.II'I
Mm'" i :an\ train himself to yoi.vu ofTti. Arrive :at \Vaycross.11.1"" a. nt. 1.1'1llftl. .
....... 3.50
without% a preceding' IIIl'aIut\ onlyaiiM' I Leave Waycro-; !1111> :: p. m. :llntlllo. p.m. -------
o' j ping> As he Leave Fernandina.............. ...... ... 1MH1 :a.m. ll."t" -.-'- '7.1,1I'n1.
Ionsyears; !! practice. l'Oll1l'I. Arrive at :lstlh..h: : in. 1' m. Leave Ilo\ts.... ..... FOK ]a:Y WI,>: T AXI> .'
,I., i | woYld, nature is i too :strong for 1 him, heave Hart's lh :ttl. t',178,111.Lease !' ; Arrive Savannah: 3.".) p. 111. L'.oo :a. m.Passenger Leave ( ...... .... 7.10 jpjn.Arrive n.\\
......... ........K'.W/ ;! --- F.VF.UY: OTHKII
,,Ii! |h' ulna! bo feel before; ho will sloop Atoinaeh : (Lallahan... ... ':' n.tn. : from .Savannah I for I'.nmswiek: : ; '1\lllal-, :; !::: 8.25 : SATt'1U1.11'I
'::1'], ;,,.1'! t is small and when perfectly' Leave Dutton .11.._ a.m. take the Fast. Mail I. arriving at Hrunswick: Ii i ip. S.50, p.m. I
I.ent'I'allalausac..t
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tlltl, II. if no sicklies: (disturb: it, sleep followsnaiurallv Leave Mrandy, I'.ranch .ILI'.S 1 ; a.m. Ill. ...... ....., ',)...!!! p.m.! -
Ifcildwln' :!. : l.ct\ Midway p.m. __ __.__ ___
and inevitably.! As li l'-li'n,1"o: ''1 Leave p.m. Passenger: :: leave Urnnswirk at d.'iH:: a. t1)?
!u stomach: begins 10 empty.\ .\ single; LeavMa.vville I I'-'.a\:\ p.m.' arriving a1'i111mdtI:; i p. in.1'as.scngers Leave (;Juiney......... ....lO..N p.m. PAKSOXS.: \ lL\TB. Atren-;
,:;,; ;j'l, i; will make th,' little sleeper! rost- Leavel.awtey l 1.11:; p.m. for; Karien take\ the Fast I, Mail lalivcit. l'il.a HIII".1 Ut'! p.m. 0-lOt Cedar Key !F'.

'' -- two will waken it ; raid! if it is hu"hcd Leave TcmplVs\ \ ..'.. 1..tLeave : !I p.m. Passengers leaving Maeon at 7.0() a. III. Arrive Chatta. : 1 --_._ .._--- '-- ------.-.. 11

,, ,11 to l repose l the nap\ i is short, and three Starke. .. 1'S:; 1'.111. (daily! except: \ :Sunday ) comurt at Jesup with li\I..1 .iO p.tn. it S1IE1)t'Llr: :
)jni'' :illl end to the slumber. Paroirorte: I.o.two'I'lttmi. ..ton t.M P-m. 1 the Fast: Mail i I I for; Florida.Passengers : SIUI 1
," ,, ;r M.itvotie m.iy close its eyes again, Leave:\ \\ .. :L'.HI: I p.m. : from flotilla! hI, I the Fast :Mail fiOIXO 1visr-tul.. M VUKS 1UV1S10N. -.- ..
., without: either funl or some :stupefying! ; )Leave (iainesville. ::10:; p.m. connect at JcMip with tram arriving ill Macon [ ( Tiitwliiii/t/ 1I//./llISid .iS'lltl/llIS.) Tin: :': \)1:1.1 : '

.. i u i' will not sleep, no matter how hc.ilthy Leave: Arredondo a.il; 1'.111. at 7.;">o p. m. daily (except: \ Sunday.; ) Iclvc'fallthasse: ('... ............... ...... 11111.11. a"----- ui -----' -

,- 11:1'l',: \' Not even an angel.; who" learned Leave linttolt. I.lIi> \p.m.Leave Palaci: Slot-pine; Cars on I the evening train: I Leave Chattahoochee......... ...........10.10a.m. j 4't'.I)1 1ti'' 7. .l ( POI i'I
minstrelsy: \ in a el'll".liall'h"iI'' can .\ I Lint: !' p.m.Leive daily: between( Savannah and Jacksonville, Arrive St. 111\oI...... .. .. ...... ....... 10.35 :a.m. 1 I I I 'IT\ M
,i !ii.il.e, : to sleep on an l'1I11.ty11I11I11I'h.: I r.ronson 'r>.01 ".111. Charleston: ( and Jacksonville: Maeon and -. :. _. . : .-=.: '= --:: -' --- -
We ':-(r the aft-1lttotcd illustration "!ll'l'p' Leave Ittcl'.rl.l'\\ ruop.m.I \ Jacksonville.No\ :: -
:. .I i I' s\vectly as :\infant,1'! ,'' because 1 th's' Leav 1 lloscwood. ((1.1'i; \p.m. change\ of cars between Savannah and UIII I.V
vniii r of a child followsimme'iiately: ; Arrive Cedar \p.m. Jacksonville :and la"1J1all..I Jacksonville.\ ('lint Itt. liver! .... t"1 a.l.I.pa1 .

,1'1', i ih i i" eoniiiletcly tilled, with whole-! 1"IXli'UTlI.. Passengers: : leaving Maeon at 7.oO::\ p. in. Chattahoochee... .1.III.I.! :!!> a
!
i t'! ii id. The sleep\ which eomex to adults connect ar Jesup with the evening; train for Leave Mt. I'leasont..1.a.m. lrJL.'

1 ,iu 11"111'1',1.: ; ; :and wheniiiiaeh Leave: Cedar! Key. f>..::11 :1.111. Florida daily.Passenger's Leave C Quincy, ......... ..... il.;':! a.m. ". '
i !I" ,,- is nearly or sluitr'tpty.( : i j.. not' i.cllI'W."I: :!. 'n.lo' 11.111. I : from\ Florida J by, the i Mxpresstrain : Leave i1i'locty..1 1 ;' H.ll a.m. '4 ;;
: 'le-typo I I: \, of infantile repose.\ There I t i-* L'-ave: (Otter Creek ;.111'< ) i.m. \ connect at Jesup with train arriving ._ __ ..
all tin,: dili'i-ronco; in the world between the Leave 1'n'onson: 7.l I:! 11.1\1. at. 1ll'lIl1nl. 7.O5, a. ill. daily .lrriwc'fallallasscc.: .:..,. 7.tna.lll: "\ leave l''ernandina for Jacksonville)

_La vie-p! nf refreshment:: and the :sleep of ex I Leave Archer. :-.lfi: a.m. ; ":Sengcrsfnn ii Savannah: for; (laincfville\ Leave Tallahassee" .......,.. K.ooa.m.- )"- ---. -- ..- and 1'01.11)ld illl'lltdinll Savnnn.dand landings

e haustion.To Leave llatton S.SSa.in.( : : Cedar Key and Florida Transit\ l Koad takl'111I'1',1' Leave Chaircs'......... ... 8.1.:! a.m. ; on the l.Joll': ; Wn'1111... .
: sleep well the blood, that !swellthe Leave .\ ', S.'s+ 11.111.I..a : \ '"'' train. Leave "........ ...... D.i.ia.nl.' ( 'llal\lol. I '\\1\\ :
"P \ 'n- in the head, during our 1111hllllr": \1' ( i iainesvLlle:, !ti.i,11.111.' :: Passengers: from Savannah for Madison LI"yl. --- Fernandiiii1.:
mint How!, back\ loavinga: l greatly diminishedvolume J i i i Leave WuUU. I0.i0a.m.:; ;Monticcllo.Tallaliassceand: I : (Jinney! take ibistrain. Leave: ;Monticeilo: ..:::.:. 11,1iia.lu..I ) ; Froll

k 'behind, I the brow that lately throbbedwuii l Leave 'I'll II I' I0..ril I :a.m. \ Leave I Ilifol........ ....... t.l.i) .. cull JACKSOXVILLi: : A.M. l'\L.\Ti.\
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It siu-h; vehemence. To digest well this Leave I:Irk l'. II. II II.I I I. Passengers: from\ Quincy i Tallahassee: Monticello Leave: -.\uI1\.1.11: ) :a.m. KYF.llY: WKI: >XI':>J\Y.-': -
1 l,:.n,>il ;needed" at the stomarh, and nearer) Leave Temple'-\ : 11.II 11.111. and Madison take the I-XI'I'I': train Leave ( I,11'11'i I ......... 11.: a.m. ,
; iiI','. It is factestablishedbiv 1.117 Tebeativillo _.- _.-"----
tli fountain-: ; a Leave I Lawtey; a.m. meeting sleeping-cars\ at nlll.1l1! Fernamlina
nd i,1 the l possibility of ('(1UtI'IIlletinll that ,Leave: Maxville........ ............ ......HVJDp.m.!: \ P\ m. Leave llnllion..I I 1 II I.{n a.m. FI'ol
the of Leave; Kllaville: ..... !12.55 p.m,.. (n...0ti.m. FOIL H.\ C1IAIJLKST' N
sleep :aids; digestion: and that process Leave I'uldwin"1! P-- ALP.AXY KXPHF.SS.: : :: :. :: .. \\X.\t \ W

; !.!,;< tin j i.* conducive to relYo.shingloop.) It Leave Hrandy (Hranch: l--s- p.m. Leave :Savannah daily at....... t..:!,; p. in.Leave Ll'I\1 Custer: :......... ......:. 1.22p.m.! FA'KKY: : FUUAY.-.
lie noargumonl! to convincon.of( :- mutual Lone: Dutton) ..,. 1. II \p.m. Jesup: 7.15 p, in.Leave Arrive Live Oak .......... l.lo \p.m.

relation.: The drowsiness which follows: Leave Callahan: ..... ............ ...... ... i--! : p.m. Toboauvillo !n.\I\> :! j\P. m.Leave I :ntw Oak ......... :.III j>..m.Leave ._. Close connection made with, !11ll'110':
the, well-ordered I meal is: itself\ the testimonyof :: Leave Hart's I Uo.id, :!I.-'."> \p.m. IL.Viji. : 1lelluttville 1ntrePl1Sc,111,11! : with seuni'1's -
1 ) Pont in.Arrive "
u :
........... lIt
nature I to this inter-dependence.-Journal Arrive Fernandina\ : l.mtp.m.' 'fhomasvillo" 5.oiii. III. 1OIl.t"I. : >: p.m. for OIlwuha Biter: ; al.-o at Savannal.
Leave .......... aI'p.llI.'
: I/; f'l ltlll<.l'CC. Trains daily, except Sunday. Arrive Hainbridgo:; .: m.Arrive \\\,1.,111. with N's1'nrk.. Philadelphia]
Albany s..I.i a. 111.1''l' \. Arrive Lake City........ :!. I.;' P.m.rnISII Pioston: and Hallinii'iv.aiidat; thtl'llHol will
1, 1LCcTiifil'l _ __ __
u. l Albany: : I 1. t 15 p.m. : 1'T'I': IIKI iilytSinx.(7'irrslrla steamers I IiI New York I 'hintl'llhia. lialtiinonv i'
As; the problem of making electricity subservient and with NultheA,- : ( arloliua .
I'KXIXSULAU. 1 : UA1LUOA1)I : Leave Hainbridgo ;5.UO {P. in. ( ; TliHff l > niitl titttintiiys.)
to the needs of mankind becomes: Leave Thomasville S. I.iP,1)t. d'II' Uailroads: for North. Mast and
b.-it"< understood, the ties to which thepower ((111i1,1/, ') 1:ml/C'lt.) Arrive DtiPont) 1 1.15 I \a. in.Arnve Leave St. Marks........ ......... .........12.05 1:! :n I. West.FIRSTCLASS. roll.

i 1- put multiply[ in number. Not long siorrii.Leave ; 1. Tcbeauville :>.r),; a, m. Leave Wakulla.......... ......... ........1.1i1)1.111.leriVC'I'anallasee :: ; .
" airo: the experiment of replacing: the ordinary UOINU .......... ........... 1. fit p.m. 1.\EXcaI: ACCOMMt'-
li(Mo I
Arrive Je'> ; a. m.
up . ) .
.
.I.j
Waldo Junction ---- -- -- ----- --
oil. head-lights l ; ; of locomotive with electric p.m. Arrive Savannah; l>.t)5a.) m.Sleeping I\.Tl
." burners was tried with :MU-CCSS. The Leave Santa: Fe. -.IS: p.m. ears run throtijh; hl'lWl'I'1Ia'all: COX) XKCT ION'S.P 'I'hrnugh'fiekety ami Staterooms seeureoand

cNvtrie! spark threw. brilliant glare on the Leave llawtlmrmf, 4.05 p.m. nah: and Albany daily without change. oth Ia..t:: \1'IIHIIIIIII'ail( meet at all information furni-hcd at ollice. corner
:; !path' of the engine, which made: everything Leave Lochloosa. LI") p.m. Connection Alba'ny daily with \passenger : Live Oak and connect with 2:15: train on Sa Centre and Second fclrccK:
'i- perfectly discernible for a great ,distance Leave Orange Lake: -r..IO< p.m. trains: both ways on South.western: I hail \:11111. Florida it Western 'llailroad; for 20-ly C. A.\ :.-
nlll'a"uII it probable that with a light Arrive (' 7.1111,, p.m.} _.- .- -- ---. .- ---- .
) road to and flairIu; 'un, Mufaula: ;Montgomery : and I Albany.I
:,' MinViont: \ power it will bo found, possible CUII; OJ:1'1I.. :Mobile, New Orleans, etc: Passengers for Chat'tahoocheo Uivcr P.oats' 1.01' Tampa" Hurl Key AVtvst.VIA .
to detect obstructions: on thc track whether Mail'steamer: leaves JSainbridgo: for Apa-\ connect with steamer l Itchcccu Kvcringham: ;
k placed' there purposely! or deposited by aCCIdent : Leave Ocal.i..r.l.") n.I 11. lachicolacull'ulinuhu. etcry'l'ucatl.ty81111 cvel''I'hnrsday" for Apalachicola: Fla., and '

,f in lime to slow "up' a train or bring it Leave Orange Lake 7.20! a.m. :Saturday.:: : every Saturday bur ( '0\Ilhll (Ja., and l Mufaula A1IIVV SlouBiishii C'O'M I.IM,.

to a full stop. Simultaneously thi important Leave Lochloosa" ..... ......... ..... .... S.Iiii. I a.m. ( '1.''ill' connection r.fc Jacksonville daily Ala.Connects. : 1' _

improvement, the solution of the Leave Hawthorne. '.I. 1.\ a.m. (:-:IlndaysXePPtd: \ ) for (i nvii 'Cove, Springs; ( with steamer n. UIIII.Io111 _4
l problem of l l'IIII'I'yingl.ll..tl'il'itr I for. a 1111tive Leave Santa I',.. !II. I.i a.m. St. Augustine I I Palatka Mnterprise, :Sanfonl; ) every Sunday for ? d ,
power on railways has at length; it .\\Vdt\.dunl'li..I1.1 lu.b" a.m. and all landings on :St.: .lohni rivt-r." every Tuesday for (\lalall.oll/ : KufauhiAla. : C'

t seembeen attained! The construction of .. Trains on 111 .\ J U. I:, leave junction, :
--- -- -
t the railway: on which it i is proposed to put going west, at 1 I.i:! a.llI.. all.llill'l !runsvickat Connects at Lake City with trains on IhoFlorida ; J.DJ'

the, -vsti-m into operation wa, begun: in the FH11XANDIXA: &:: JACKSOXVILLKItAlLltOAD ; Lio') 1'. 111., daily, cxeiot t Sunday. (Central Ilrlihvall'nr: / Jacksonville .: : -
latter par: ; ,of "September, when workmen Through; Tickets! :; sold and :Sleeping-Car; and St. Johns; Kivor: F'rllldill; ali CedarKey. ,.. .
li'-jan' to break ground at Portrn-h, Ireland, erthsand: \ I Irawing; -rornn'ar accommodations I WILLIAM u. AMF.S,
i'ir' rtftvtiich are to run to the famous.jam's Secured I Hrl'II'ojTil.kl'l Olliee General CAn YtXO TIE: :. LII.OJ .
at Xo. H'J:! Passenger Agent.ItKSIUAHLH .
( ; : Causeway.( Capitalists\ of reputation} Li Itfect; JIll Gt/i, 18S1.ilIXi .
!) Hull: street!, and! at !the C Company's I liepotfootof
ar-' s.ii'l t Liberty street.
in the new system of railway opera JAS. I.. TAYLOR! \'or: S.'1.1':. : of tbi staunch and elegnnt SteaK."i>
tions. and their estimate i is; that the cost of < KOUTII.
I the will leave Cedar U".
( ;ii-neral Passenger Agent. : ; IIOFHH: : CXTAINIXJ I ( 1111'el(
drawimr: : ears hnn electric motor will be Leave FerWlII'lilltl..1) a.m. it ft.'M p.m. J. Tvsox: Master: \ 1 ( Trans-portal\ iOIl.H. 1\. with ( front Pia//a, every Monday at -hull; 1'. l1)? fur.
('t'"n I less than the small sum of two cents a Leave Hart's I 1:11:111..1: 11. W: a.m. iV: 0.01 S. HA I X F.S Cil'1I1'rallalln: I1'0'11' Cloolls.
p.m. I'I'. :'inOItlUA : .(', ami liananaTreo.i. :
large ; L"IIIII
_ II'al
.
wH! Vn idea of the immense reduction of
'
Arrive Jacksonville.I'-/iO, T Ili> i H. Tampa, lttllliltl'l',
;::; p.m. }Pin Centrally loran (Jood title, t '.
fare: ;and running expenses that: will follow, if CKXTKAL; ItAILltOAl: (
tue new enterprise proven successful: may be (inty, MUITIF. 1 uilir For. 11111l'1' i':particulars: : inquire at this ,\ue U.'uid'utu\u,
'I' -I 1tfTUB
gathered fl'OlJIhl' fact that it now CO-Is3: JAC-KSONVIU.K:, FI.A., Sept. I1.!, 1SSI.Ctjuimeming ;! .
)
Leave .r'll'ksnliville..14.a a.jn. A 8.M I p.m. ttii(l everylaltdny and Thursday at 4t (
('-'11 Is (per mile to draw cars by horse-power Leave Hart's 1 Uoad.....:!t. F|;) a.ru, &; -1.15 i P.in. ; this date, trains on this road -: MSLV I"U I ISHI. m. for :
on M tiMiuwny similar! to the one which it i.s Arrive l'crnunlllna..1U.2.i a.in. I'" L.riO will run as follows : p.
p.lIl.
pr"I"\\ I)uilil.11,1 even where' steam isemployed (iOIMI tvnrf.1itvgayer. I'nnlii Kassa l West.Connections .
an< Kc.v
the cost rl'Hl'h1I1'01t: 15 cents. In IKmble Traill'lllaily: except! Sunday.COXXF.CTIOXri. JIB VKllYnODY: reads the Sun. In ( ('IIlioJs..f
.1,11. .
vi.v IIi' tilLgrcat dilleroneo it i is to be hopedt.iat \ this : throughout
cxpcriiiK'iit I ( may prove the new plane ------- ----- Leave: Jacksonville.Ilii5: a,"in, !)1.1111'."m.Leave year to elll' eve"11'\\I/l'I' find I II. : made: at ( dar J Key with tin

,I it.rely!: lc.ihletud practical and its adopi..n : Arrive: White Hall\\'ill..lI.r"j IJIIII"l..Illi: !): I5 \ All the world's news, so presented that. Florida Trl.i J Uailroad from ilnd; to ul.points .
in America I bu event not far distant. reader will the amount of ; West jit Punta I'u-sa .
may an get gicale.st Xllth nli ; Win.Steamer
.. laldwin! ........ "
AT FKKN'AKIlINA \ I.l'IIVI 1O0:| for .
\ war of rates, such as the Past few information with the lea.-t unprofitable I'l't'r. -, Fort Ogden ..ui.Pine
w i .u wiim-ssfil l under, the prevalent scale With Xow York and Fernandina SteamLine I.t'IVI' Parl.\.il: ( .. 111Ji;; penditure of time ami cyc.Mght. The Hun Lcvcl.'t'hrough.

oi' pi-ii: i i s, could 1 hardly be possible' when the ship from New York on 'rue'jdalit !n IpnnlllcMln 1 I : J"1I : oci"I"ln'I'cc the olcll.III'alll/l\.l.1I |; Tickets al'eI sale at Fei .".
..
: .. ... ;
-..dito" lie cut into readies the low figure of ( I h. .L li'oSa. m. f i I i dina Jacksonville, iainesvillt and C .
; u. in. or \l.oo p. in? :t1\l11 1J' Xew York onThursday Leave ...... 1'H: I'l"II II ca Il : UI' unsatisfactory brevity. ;iKey
a t d w cat.-. a mile.-.\Vic York Timea after/ arrival afternoon l.llie. : nt ; :
trains.With .
: Arrive Ijike ( 'ity........ lion: 1i. )lu1 of that sort of news; which depend greatly rl'lhHI'ellt. 1.,1'l Pant
(ieorgiunn.l; Florida Inland Steamboat pal points on ( Coast.
---- hJ its importance:
Jti.iAo.v JUn.u.111'1:01'1:- ('otuPnty'ruin, Savannah: daily except Arrive Live Oak, :.::::.. 'J::15 II..f'n : than upon\ its 11'01 interest recognized to mankind. Flol J. )( UALP11IX. (i.-i'l 1 A. '

, .11 I.n', Monday; I ; for;Savannah: daily i I except Sunday. .\ 'I! 1llal.1'.l.. KKI: morning to morning the .e1111 prints con L":: lt'llal Kl'I.. .1.
With Charleston Hteumerfrom Savannah Arrive 12:5 i m. ---- f
1' n'sf and
ChUUlhIJOcll'l' t-tory inen
Tn U-.n. Jiilm II. Iteagan: of Texas, has ---- -- thllll'o "t'll WOIII'I.
'.'. .tt.! t ti :a letter to the Executive; rommitteu and Charleston! on Wednesday and Hunday ; Arrive:(i'iainesville: :'i:2'2 p. m. HI.lol their deeds, plans, I.YL", hates, troubles. ,ir-KT. MARY'S UIYKU: : ->
for "Savannah and Charleston TU"' day and Arrive Ce Key : more
i'' I in ]1 1i""i'l'i: i I rive!! Improvenu-ni < (m- "tori 1oll''llil.d
\ Friday. Ocala ":0u interes-ting : any romance that was ever ).\('KMTMSnsll
vi-ntion to bo held in St. Louh on the :!Mth With :Steamer J'lont 1'l'llllll"t. IarV'H tth'C'rJ.allting'1 '- devised.III. STIA.II 1 C10JI.I"\ "
:
-. -' in, wliieh: he says : There f-fl i sugg I'''- GOIMi E.VKT.
on Wednesday and Friday forSt.
i i .,M II... eirculur' which aecompanio.s' your : ;Mary's( River landings on Sunday ;;andWednesday. t J'U'tlt. .1/'lil. 0000 writing in 1'\(1' column, and a.
'' 'f invitation, l t l which recommemls the Arrive Jacksonville.... 2:("I p. in. n.r ) ti. in.ms fl'!le"s. originality i 1 i accuracy and decorum "
ivi-meiit" of that great riverasa nntionto AT f'Al.LAIIAX. Arrive Whitti HOUM-.. 1:2.0" (1II": ) in the treatment I of every feiibjeet.IV. !I J 3'T"s.i'i' ;

''. 1 stand on its own merits ami to he .lrrivealshvtn.....,., ft.V: : J Honest comment. Tim San, habit is'tosinl.lutti'urlessly /!iwJ.0:
'ii- >:ne i-teil from any other ulJj'ctot'ul"- To and from Kuvannuh at 1D.4. a. 111.1111,1 Leave 18 ildwin 110; ; ubouttu'nnulltluitgs. -

; .;.! !.iti; ni. .\.. this is u subject which has :?.::ti) p. m. Arrive Darbyville. f>::23 \). Ivpial; candor in dealing with each poJitical S'I'I:, : JIAISTIIA,

1.1! I- 1.1 i .\ t-./'l'lIpiclllIIudIOf my attention AT HALPWl.V FLA., Arrive Samu'DJon..,... I II'I: | party.ld+ equal readiness to commend \U:1
(1..1( : : To and from Tallahassee!! nt 12.1:!?) noon 3::' what i.s praiseworthy or to l'clkl n.f.\lV"I
l.uion to it. This subject has been several and 1.14)1,. m. Arrive Mt. Carro....... :;::N1 what is blamable in Democrat or J
tin,. .iisciis.-eil In the House Committee on !clullCUll.
Leave
Lake
) 3::') .f
li SEMI-WKEKLY
( "iiimoree, and I fear that an attempt to secure AT 1.0CKUHWA i FL-\. -- ._. Absolute Ji SEIt1'It'I'stzThe
VI. of
separate: for that great Leave Live (Oak.:::.:... 1:00:' I p.lu.i.l'Ivi.'fallahaMS'C. ;: : iiKlepemlencu partisan -
appropriations
tt.'I i k will result in ..lilure, Oneof the evils With Steamer .\\lj>) i for till points and I li:30:: organizations, but unwavering loyalty to Flora
landings Orange lake arrival of Peninsular IA'.WO .. %'jn I true Democratic principles. Tho A'i believes l'al'rnRIUla fur Ft.IbIY-
w.licit; las :so fur attended rellbrts wt river on Cbntaholdl((! : Uiver
that (
which the ,
J.tilroa.l constltntion 'dll' (
and harb- ,r improvements i is that we have Train Leave U.LVle.:..... l:a.afl. ni.Leave tlC JO\'rll'lt 1 to keep. Its and Friday-returniinj on '1'ue.uty'fhurr

b'-en unable: to take up a given number of AT OCALA.With ....,.. >+;0 I uotol of duty\ Is! to resist: ule to' Its utmost day and !Saturday.'.
w' rks of improvement und appropriate Leave Ocala. :15 I'hq
_f: power the dolts of men in the Republicantarty Ilrtl !raves. Fi-rnandina for satin
Stage Line to and from Jirooksvtllo -' {
'
1IIoIIL'CI1IU. to them. Partial
I complete ,
train to another form of pointu every ThnrMlay and Satur
daily except .Sunday. Mail connect" ut Jacksonville with ( up government TU.ly.
appropriations" for such work are very exp.uslvc tlioHavunnah. Florida : in place of that which exists The year ISrtl Illy-rl.tImlug Monday, ll'trlnsday
Tuesday, and
; to the government. Hut I have not Thursday Satur.layfruul; \\'t.r lairuar .
aid I the and .
.-...1.I.1 the time when any but u general hill, Ocala and t Tampa on Monday, Wednesday i : and at.Luke City with JIc.OII'jll'I'l'l1:1:01 yearn immediately the folowilll wi rlduy.Tliroii
Mobile( lUiilroad probably'lcd.lc
ami
'
\\ai-h would cover the more important Friday.AT tllat.dtultcoul.llntcrrcllate I11'1'IlV the h Hills of
I
stations. ( : victory
'Olt..t. 1/lc\
'
ikin all parts of the Union could be ctlJ.\ KEY I.IHIIJ
FLA. with the
connects at Ualdwin for people against the
wil1c rings
;' I. I il'i believe sllglr trail /'t
.H' not the
i.1Ui-e-itatives and :-:('Ilatllfrum you can the get At- With Steamer Miller to and from IV-nsaco- and fr"l all points on the Florida Transit monopoly, the rings for plunder aunt by. )l\I.LOHY'1 LINT: uf Stunner,, i a..

1.rii ,i. ti-! Pacific, and the "great lake states la on Monday and Friday.With or Peninsular Itailroads. the rings |or 1lllrid power.Our UI Jlary's.Clolt .

J ,'"it a bill for the Steamers C'liutijn; and Jf> < < for J. H, MrKLKOV.Master: h'rJI' an as follows :
ii'\ separate: improve- tr i tn
For the I> oi' .. rb-ans Tran .it'n. page t
the New
I IIM it Mi! i->" i1i. Nor do I believe on Friday ; from New Orleans'
oil 1 IMI, ,! of this! kind run be 1'I. **! wliich Saturday! : ; from I Havana awl Key West, W._M.:_ U.11'IISOSupcrintendeut.. twenty-light columns, the prieo by lai, made with
u .1.1 cents a month, or tho New York, nrlvt
Ir .j.i--; to improve the water (if 111p'Jr- o!> Friday! ; for Key Went und Havana, onSaturday. .Honey Saved N Jlon Hade 11 pIt.pait $0.1) (1 tol a*.
the .Savannah
year :
iion ol' (hi- Fnion, diicoiiiu'ctod with provi"us : Kxtjfxivs 11'llliJ Sunday paper, an Htl'III.'n.
PFUCJIASF: yon FIJOM i-ight-i-agc llfty-six eolnmns, the
teoi-of- :- lor the improving the witter of other flU 1'- With FIrilla.lIu'ull" Mail Steum-liip .1. 1'. and save $H'.' on a 10 Horse ; A.ttouii j prim "\\t til cents h'l ot or $7.70 u year, GOOD .1CC't)11UOP,1TIoNr
I'uioh. I tllIIll'rt. IIJtl
cannot now ( '>mpany'Steamer* for Key 1S't taUtt Turnpa i'Jft Horse, and 'jI< on U JUJ post-paid.
ukto state the reasons fur this opbdon: butt on Momlay and Tit urn*lay. cr KiigiiKKfiid: ; I Jur--l'uw.
our prices The
M r- N 1.1 no doubt l he im-mber of tbecon.i I Sunday {.HUol of the Suit In also fur.ukhetlParutely' for Passengers Kxctmiontets! nut Ttur''l
\ .I' ,; \vii." under.tand and can* 1 state. them-, With rtt'uuehC'.r p' hit* oi the Hu tutee ohai-ini. Kugine.iiii; ; -, 1.\(1. Saw und : fur Sl.'Ji' a year JKlt'J.uil1 wi find this a ver>' nttractivttrip, a. c. ,,
.: j --try. I make thi"", t4tement because River, on Thursday: at ft a. m. .
I I .! ,. '", it might:; litt niftirtunStefurtleCUU- Fur in'.trma.t1un rwpeaUjs rout**, rate, We ore 111Illf"'iJtStlb.. tt.lx lumn.s, fe $| a year, tKst'l.aill l. game abundant.ith .
..I i -;It" take dwtinvt gruundt t.Q' a Iv+' etc., apply to ami*) ."unUU' Jat"ul.tluu! dub of ten fending $10, we willVendvu ""1{ >r of the above Ptanwrw (ini lJ

;; ", >."..prifttfnq fur the alilIsdppi. I 'V lACOONILL. w M .- W.\I JU, i111). .tr 'oJ')free. cllarterrtforexcur>i ion i parllti itatty'ullt
i 1. ire mi ditfti-ulty voting Cur i rneh tl Oeo'ITkt.au4 f'ov. t. N13;. "fr.to "k. near .\irc W.WH.Xn), Fur further infonaatlon tipj iv to
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!u .r.' Iuffoehvo many ot...... UOttI4E", : fit. i B- aztrtltllp1'l .JI*. ... .flirt18,1 ton !HewI "hur u.8. ,cb l'ntdlwtterof Tliol4au. .JOU Ir1CW\ Ui j .

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t. 1 ,1 THE!' }FLO'UIDAMIIMIOK: ; : I : : posits! : found fit the bottom of ponds) and TilT SITL'ATWy I.\ IKKLAXt). 1-toric. Slush arc the power and facilities' of os postmaster at Lynchburg.., I ti lm,,. f, ,";.

I; =:;:-:. .- o. :. -- n' ..-, ". along the banks of streams. Some: of I these The arrest of Mr. Parnell and other leaders the press!! that men ami history are t given, us lag letter, addressed, to Presidentrl,,;,'.". !"'\.
deposit) (* shallow and contain Judge) Rive*, who i i. United! states I lij.Judge .,, -.
3 :: .*.1TCIl.I1XVI. JI1JE11 u, is;. lire verylittle naturally produced eomidcra'ile) ', excitement it were, by instantaneous! photography, 'to f for District/ : '

v I t __ fertilizing material, cither the deposits being and at one tine n collision' seemed to dwellers in hamlets, and our public men was read : the't'r .I \'r:jrl' :'.

fi 1 too recent or so mixed with sand wahed. in be imminent. The League leader.! at thcj see' the judgment of posterity in the
: .. x1'1.11'lIIIT1 ) may "
)[Ir i :. S 11t-I I am confident ,
\ yon ,
with them a* to Five but a small percentageof : I last meeting: ventnrtd nn the desperate! expedient criticism or time praise! reflected from the factory : informed of the .1-m 'I' '"
I"f, The 15 i.!ton llcral'l devotes! a long) article! ) pcrly: exigencies ,,,Ir, J,
II organic material.: On the other hand. in "f issuing manifesto the farm horse and the miner's vass in the !state, to .11''
1 to the "1 iihjoct\ of a new !part)'. It argues that :a dcclarinj; :, camp. wl'II you an.] ,Illy::|, ,.
1 there :is no appreciable difference between the valleys of !'tretllll'Iaidl have a considerable against the payment: of any rent whatever To return/ from this digression. I began! : to Republicans: look wih. 11 !h contidi-iKi. |f,?,'r
basin, and have received the the o\'rlhrnw of I IllttolIl!< and tit> .,!.
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deposits The
t either the principle1! or the method. of the government immediately took measures write something about the private improve of a Republican; in ', Statis ;it,
from overflows during a long) period of t'lll1l'pro1the:! league altogvthcrai' tll1 and the of the Real: result be insured "I t
ment. growth if
1 two !rr<>at 1"litkalp:1I'ties.: except in name, : ; ; city. estate This wil the 10\1'111"11,,,, ,
and that the great objective point of both i ito isley year, the muck deposit often several feet rl'fu"al to obey the laws: of the l.ind. Many agent say that: such activity has not shall ((' \ countenance nn<] :aid.I ,,f
.. in depth and'I consists( of rich vegetable deposit I Irish administration., Time' !session ,I.f .t
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and your ,
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priests << bishops have taken strong been known here for several There
secure; the. spoil! of 0111('< It say* that, years. court at this place acquaint :'
and decomposition of unquestionable' ground against: this/ option of the League" arc nt this time fewer houses vacant than 111' with! t: "
i both, Republicans awl Democrats) in the ; political situation hl't.and lead* m,<- to ill,.
platforms they adopt, profess! adherence, to value and! denounced+ it as revolutionary) and com ever before, and, all houses situated: in desirable dorse and urge the application of \r| r'|u.

all manner reforms+, but neither part will We recentlyexanminell. such a muck bed.I iministic in its tendeat",'. So far as can now localities arc readily rented, nt prices f'lrlllltham: for the post-offic'1 in thi> itHe \'
t b' t on the premises of 11 Ir. C. 1)). Furman at bo i is resident of this city. the son ni-'a;
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t. :l do anything! toward carrying them into efA seen, the Leagno l'art.atc' likely to be ranging; from five to ten percent in advanceof I! influential gentleman :

,4 >ct. Fairbanks. .\hIC'h1lC"Ullty: lying on the abandoned I and the Land) Laws will be resorted the prices current lust year. The class of )walh11,1: : ettll'mat of education. und basin:alI'1.

iY" \ m 1 Upon this it niay bo remarked' that the margin of Rig/{ Hatchet creek )rr. Furman to to bring relief to the tenants. houses' !sought' t, too are of a higher; order capacity. Roth father and. son arcacti\ci\

=, Republican: party has. now been in power fur has taken out many hundred, load of this Public opinion in this country i is again, than those in demand: last sea+on The :and zealously engaged in the canvass. al1;\|

I' "1 and, composted it with) lime and, applied it the extreme and revolutionary, I measures!' o r northwest 'cctl'lI1of the to lead his appointnient could not fii to imunt
I the last twenty years ; that: the evils which = city seems our coalition and advance th
I 1 are complained( l of have grown up underlie (gcncrou Iy to his orange):, peach, and other the League. The feeling of intelligent! amnonpartisan though in Georgetown and on (Capitol Hill 011 tickets, state :and county. COIIIII'ndill"prospect t* "i f

P J : control!, :and) have been permitted, if not fos tree 1111,1/11I:1,l /m tlQ'I1 it) for fertilizing his vegetable ; men i is that the grievances the demand i h steady and the prices:' a littlein ,+ application I to your lil"otLh., 1' ,considrra! t

feted under its administration of affairs crops. The result has been entirely arising! : from extortionate, rents! should bt advance of hist '('ar0: great i is the demand tine, I have the honor to be your olM-dii-m,
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t servant, .\ 1 "
opportunity\ of trying a J Democratic) ad satisfactory! and speaks for itself as to the submitted fairly to the tribunals organi/ci : for residences! in the northwest section ux RIVI-S.

i valueof muck of this descriptiumi.VChave! for that A demand 1 for n local self- that still 'omment on such ('ollllll't on the pan,
t ministration prevented by the illegal purpose. II many, uncompleted, arc already n judge on the bench is '. It "I
1 seizure' of t the Presidency. Many( of t the good seen no trees anywhere looking better than government like that of our everal states or rented. During tile past year a larger number simply .1s rlefll Such UJICf man 'ar.\i i'unfit 1,1 i,

j 'I' men in the Republican party favored. a Mr.( Furman's, and as the soil is what i is Canada: would be recognized' /: as but just and<< of substantial: t i dwellings i have been erected sit in judgment (' man I and man. fur

r; I P I } : clan: );(- in order to obtain reform they were called second class pine land the test is a proper and doubtless: would bo granted, if than in any season for years.: The out in ;> great many cases which mu't nece.iriy!

i 1 hopeless of obtaining under Republican as- fair one. Mr.( Furman: has probably iif, >ts) asked, for with unanimity and through, the look for building: next season is bright and come by political boor(' !him prejudice{hi,is reason and would ioll.hI eluull'I:I
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That
]pa
I ;' tndin: <'v. The herald cannot, therefore, trees thus fertilized, all doing! well and presenting proper chan 111.1... On* people' will !soon get argues well for the advancement of the capital letter alone, uili from the fact that, it commits

1 !' ,{ say that the Democratic) party would notc.irry a thrifty growth. This muck deposit tired of raiding funds! to support u fruitless:: of the country. a member of the. Federal judiciary outright
along the creek is' at least six i feet in to tile doctrines of ,
; or wrongly directed, itnti'II. r'III.talilli, mind 1
the lIIeulCutl'oIof reform
oat
t j thIlare therefore renders him
; t I i enunciated; in their {platforms until, the 01'It depth, and to all appearances almost: inexhaustible. .\ )Ir. Rclpaih.: : u :\t.York! correspondent Till XOriMHKR LLKCTIOXfi. on i issues h'tw(1 debtors fairl,1"

Hatchet creek is' a considerable in Ills !super-serviceable zeal to assist According to the latest: :; advices the state llll which he might he uI,1 l'rl.l-
t : 1 portunity having: been Horded them, they upon c'all'llupuJ II
_ !It 1 have: failed! to embrace it. stream with a broad bed<
i 11 The Ilemld the along its banks i is' I immense.Mr. trill, in America to boycott the Irish! linen the Democratic} ticket The I legislature rather. than just judge. He I'
4 gives following diagnosisof peached and! stripped of the ermine he !liau
has other fcrtil- Democratic in both branches and nearlvall : >
employed no manufacturers of lflti-t becausethe __ __ '
j i tin! orL'in/ and condition of the Renubliv" : : t m manufacturers ___ n- ever sliown binm'etfsurealty to soil in the
!' i can party : zer except an inconsiderable amount of stable are Protestant Irish. The! suggestion the Democratic state officers arc elected.In miry slough of politics.-tfitvnnnnh; AVics.POLITICAL .

J i The cause of thi unsatisfactory state of manure and has kept !sixtyacres! of field, has met with the unqualified condemnation Virginia the coalition between the Re- .

I I attaint f'+ to be sought/ in the history! of existing orchard and vegetable garden. in a high state of the Irish oran:; ", and Rcdpath. was adjusters and the Republicans appears to ASSESS31LXTS.

i parties The Republican party a* origi! of cultivation by this means. This dry sca"IfIi 1 severely sat down upon.SQU.INUI1RING have been successful in securing the electionof The unblushing exaction of political as-;
i; r willnrnllll.l..I., was exclusively! an antislavery i is / for s-essmeiits from otliee-holder s:: bv the new
1 / veryfavorable getting it out and the Repudiation! ticket for governor and
: 1 I party, it being expressly understood 1tt1 tbhcan "fate Committee tests the devotion
:, among its founders; that on all questions! not he i is taking' advantage of it to procure a TIIK FEOVLK'S the legislature. The New York Republicans : ( ol )ft. George William Curtis and other

; r, relating to slavery the members thc party large quantity of muck for future use. The JHJ.n-r who hold. the securities of the State of Republican advocates of civil !'n'ict reform

w 1! ', ci: should, be free to act as they individually practical experience of such men as Mr. Fur The Senate; has jn.t parsed: a resolution of Virginia, having contributed to the allianceof to the cause which) they preach is paramount
!saw' tit :.Such; arrangement probably in American politics. The first
: an was ; named
fy man i is of gr'at't'alu(' than theory. investigation; ; of the contingent expenses of the negro vote with the most ignorant gentleman
necessary under (the circumstances" in was : prominent member of the
l order that all( men who felt the evil of slavery the several departments. This has !grown portion of the white voters of the state, to State Convention that called this committee

i' i : might be arrayed together against it, un- OUR CO.U.110X ll0.HJS. out of the( developments' of petty stealing in secure the election of a repudiating, governor into being, and has congratulated the people -

'" distracted' other matters of less transcendent One cannot literally have a railroad to the Treasury }Department.) From the tenor of and legislature can no longer complain of the State on the change in the management -

I', 1 importance. The slave power was so every one's door and we are still dependentupon the debate on the 2th! tilt, it would appear of repudiation in Virginia.The of Republican politics which was
i mighty and strongly l intrenched that it i iI is in\ol'et in its appointment. Rut so far as
J' c I fi ,doubtful if it could have been overthrown, our common roads:: fur the hieans proper to overhaul the expenses of the Senate result will be, as in Tennessee! to bring eye can see! there is not the slightest -

,it A except }by a single-hearted!i : devotion to that of reaching the railroad the market house! itself. )Ir. Beck sxid : The organizationof ; out a combination of the best t. elements of reason for any such congratulations on
!t end but the effect American politics wan the part of a genuine civil service reformer.
:
y the church, etc. As a rule our roads in thirty-nine committees that we have authorized society to put down' the rule of the worst!:
t. ; 1, k in tin respect unfortunate, that it rendered Un thecontrary thc "Ilalf-breetl"cum.mittee
,'! -v";?' ', the Republican/ party ill adapted for any Florida. are just what nature\ has made them. at this session when not over ten and Virginia, will carne! out of the contlict I is practicing al the old<<1 fashioned

t to ), i m f' work except that for whirl:! it was founded. 'n some parts of the countrytime soil is firm of them have had anything: to do, and thirty purified: of such men as Mahone, and regain methods ot "spoils system in

t'f'' I i \1 And now that slavery is gone and matters and roads are good enough for the light! use odd clerks are drawing; six dollar a .day for her andl'11I1: << name !sooner or later this. loliticl campaign n with quite as much
c of a different character have come to the a decent opinion as its
u i front, the Republican organization is t found i they are put to, but in general they are very committees that have never met, and the Whether the success: in Virginia will compensate "Stalwart" predecessor! public ever did., The newspapers

I i' divided against itself" and unable to i indifferent, full <
!j' : come to an agreement) on any issue! of the place, and low and. miry in others ; in a Thus: we have all the machinery thirty questionable.The! has addressed to office-holders in the State

day. This want of t agreement exists, not wet season almost i impassable, and in a dry odd. .l useless committees.; There is no complaint \ [ Rcpuduitors'( majority for governor is and Felerl service, informing them precise-
;. .' only among the leaders, \ <' as conspicuously ly what sum in and cents they are expected -
nail{ season! deep in sand There few about that., Nearly is estimated at ten and the dolar
I 1 it among the rank file, and is are portions $3,000 a day now thousand majority ) to pay committee's treasuryas

!. tlllmo.diltelmanlfl'st' whenever a living of our\ country where one can drive any distance taken out of the pnblictrcastry-!! : that way, in the legislature on joint ballot at 13.JM a percentage on their salaries toward the

: question is brought up for discussion It with pleasure. and not a gentleman' : on the other side has' expenses of the current Republican: canvass.It .

'r r 'I matters ant' what tho question i I", whether I, We }have road laws, and occasionally n found any fault with/ 'ft. They have those I L Jl O.I It NOTES. n (enough for Mr Curtis and his followersto
.f r ; administrative reform or financial reform or i reply that the Democrats' are no better
,". w t' any other of the numerous measures now i road overseer starts out with a number of clerks now, their own appointees for their! which i is!! the answer they have )" hitherto

;; ,prominent before the people, it cannot hef' lands! to work the roads. He has a general own personal convenience.1 THE (iREEN Cove it MEUJO
: .' / idea that the road: should be heaped up in According to Mr.f P.ockS ,.statement which We had a call last t Wednesday. from our exhibition of abuses of this sort The
f'" : : trouble with such Republican: apostles of civil
: ; party ranks ; and si long as this want of he middle, and he trenches the side of was not denied, over $(jIlOOt), <>0 was squandered friend R. "'. Davis I'::+
;;', agreement lasts! the party is well nigh; worthless ) tho road, scrapes up the soft earth I into the for services not performed by committee Spring & Mel[ rose Railway: Company, who I. that it is paramount they do not recognize

as an agent of reform. We dwell thus middle, and shows at least that he has beenat clerks during this brief. extra session of the with Mr. A. F. Vogelbach, the general superintendent as:: paramount in their prattices.hllcHr;
inuinlv the condition, of the reach the
on Republicanorganisation they pinch a political canvass
'' work. If rain follows' his' soft earth Senate. was on a visit to the city. their
t became it Is the partill power independence falls short of their doc
:s :; but the Democracy is scarcely less! discordant makes a sticky paste: and a poor road becomes There is certainly great room for reform Their )purpose was to obtain from the tru..- trine. It will, be a wholesome :and novel

t : f.. :, than; {its rival, and the only question\ worse for the unskilful work which about the capital.! There are buts of unnecessary tees a withdrawal from market of the lands event when they rise to the consist'IHof

t I on which either party nl'tnS a unit is theI I has been done upon it. In working Florida clerks, doorkeepers! pages and sub- along;: their Hue to which they will he entitled an unqualified ;denunciation of the practicesof
f question of the ufilees' their own partisan associates, when
they
} s ,{ roads it is best! to disturb our light soil us orticialsof all kinds.UKKVT on completion of the road. In this there to
( The Ifernld !says: 1 It is sometimes asked if anew stigmatuc Republican political assessments -
;m t little as possible.! The roadbed should be they were readily' successful. From Mr. as corrupt anti! oppressive" without at
is to be organized what Issue
on
1,...,..' .ti party packed as bard as may be and surplus water n.ISIIISGTOX, Davis wo learn that the work of grading the same time being guilty of a senii-apnlogy
I ::. is It to !stand< ? This question it tries to answer for by belaboring'the Democrat in
turned off culverts into thl'l
by lowest! places will bo commenced by the first of December
t by saying that what they want is a that cunnecion.-S: 1' Jlerald.
All fallen timber should be cut out, and : 1MP110VKMKXTS: IX TIn: WHITK HOUSE' with the expectation of completing the distance
f f national: / party, that will bo a party of progress.
i "A national party, animated by the washes' filled up. TIIK 1'KKMHEXT's' TIRP: TO Mw VO1tmL--I'uL- to Melrose, 32:: miles in five months UxnnK the caption "The two suits into
,
I The best: system for making i good. roads we ITIIN OK SOMF.riUMi KifiK:: -(iKOWTlt OF From Melrose to Gainesville the distance" is which two get themselves "
!spirit) of progress and working up) reforms, Gun'rnol tit
s\ can thlk: of would be to let out to the lowest TIIK: NATION CAPITVL.To \ but 17 miles and it is not likely that the Cotutitution says : Yesterday Williman-
I beciw-e it loves' to do so, and which whileavohliu
: ;: a destructive radicalism\ O'in'lI ana bidder each section of road to he kept in the Killl'tr itf the Mirror : road i will st1)fIslumtof that place. The road tic Company)' did some work against lime, in

!t. \ stolid conservatism, shall ever be ready to repair, by contract, and levy a highway tax \\\'II\\ 'nTXo'Clllhl'ri: 18S1.. is to run through: one of the most attractive which the; old father was vanquished. One

'. 01 vdvance with the :\,I'nnl'ln'lmt1'4' of society. to pay the expense We believe that with For the next four weeks;; Washington, will portions of Flvl'irla.-J-'cQnullti..t. of the features of the day's doings was to be

i r ." !such a !system 1 we should have! better roads devote herself almost entirely. fixing" i. We have good authority for saying/{ that the making of the two suits of clothes from
at a less cost: than under of road for the !; sinn. The.President has to
any system l' gone UK seed
i The ideas of the Herald are very hazy. No the Melrose 'Green Cove Springs Railwaywill cotton. Bright and early a number
j' working basal t the calling out of hatH 11. New York ; some say to vote, others sayfor lieut fact I of people went out to the
f I reform was ever begun. on general princi\ ; aClomplh'J by May nExt grounds to see the

: pdeyThere' \must! bo specific evils! to correct a purpose romantic and matrimonial. One .\ 1hiladelphla company: of capitalists have process. A little after sunrise a few individuals

I I and specific good to be accomplished. Xo I OIIAXGKWe ltnOllrCTlO tiling i is" certain ; he cannot vote, for he has the enterprise in hand. The survey has on hand for the occasion, steppedinto

quite agree with the t'hriilinn in its failed to register, but who will say hecannot been filed and work will of the patches the
mere talk about a spirit of progress' and advancing soon COltCllce.There tlle on grounds, und
r with the Ivancing wants of society criticism' upon the exuberant and highly get married. Of course, the elaborate fix i is r'lsmto think that the railwaywill almost: in a twinkling the cotton was:: picked

i will ever form theba.is: of action. colored talk of people on theul'l'l'r-t.: Johns ing' Unit i is going on at the White House be extended through Gainesville to the ullpillne.1 At twentyminutes first to seven it
the
t ,' about orange\ gnmwing.'e have recentlyseen lit'l'arl'l't frescoing, furniture upholsteredin Suwaneo river and that steamers will be way entering Kit*on
i The /fern/.J admits that the Republican: put picker : at seven o'clock it went to the fuss:
l a !statement that the orange crop on old gold regildiiijf, and other exquisite Johns and it Pevey cards thence to the
I party f is a failure, and cannot bo relied upon l \ on the St. Suwanee rivers\ to run railwIII'at.,
r; for reforms. There are specific evils to beremedied full bearing trees would average :.tkMI' or111111 details of boantirtcation! may have nothingto in connection with it.-Alnchun Advocate. built by the Lowell )larl I' pan .
I \ : per year.'e doubt whether the do with a permanent female occupant. Then it rapidly found its stay to the speeder
,I % and specific good to (be accomplished. \ built I by tile City Machine
writers\ know the meaning tlw'orll&'l'r' But the personal interest taken by the President A POLITICAL. J U I G 1:. Providence. From Company
there
? t .I The )Democratic! party professes' a tie- it went In the
: sire age.V have heard; of a I'lItI"IIIIUwho in the new installation of the old mansion It is ('onc'l'.lel throughout the world that Fails t Jenks frame, and was soon what the,
:: to reach ltut h. )Let its' professions 1 \ (be
t" !said' the price' of land averaged; from two to would iil'I'IIIt\ least, to inBcatethut he WIIl'1 thcjulidat'of a :tltl or country be- observer was ready to pronounce thrl'a.1
',. tril'l1.nn.l then, iffuinulwantingl ; let thela't" \\' This taken to
was
L i twenty dollars} The true average of the knows something about mural decoration, monies partisan lllltial. the rights and I Crompton )loom ant
: party Hj'crt itself' demanding\ that specific liberties!! of such are seriously processof weaving '
orange crop is what gut:: lie gathered fora and the testbetic Itolitmonty of the. home of- Justice that had watched conlnen'tl
measures shall be adopted, and planting\ endangered. is:: no longer J JLind CIU,1!: the cotton
t" itself lhll',1 i issues. series of )'c'aN.c'' arc satisfied that for of-well, let us say the K.xocutlvo of a great and impartial, but sews with: januJo., eyes as it passed frur stage to !tal grew until

UplJl,1 I full I I bearing\ ,; and well-established' groves' the nation. JVrhaps Imo,.will live alone for three and,l becomes biased whiuil'al } cupriious. the aisles \\rl 1111'kel up. Everybody
i The Democratic party proclaims! Itself in (' H'-IKV it is wise wanted to see the
wlrk going As
average one year with another for any I five years:: and t four months in these splendid loIL\'cl Ial Ill'nthat the cloth on. soon
favor .11' an economical administration of )llllaloUktr tllt; a, emerged frl the loom it wu
the government absolute honesty and integrity yours: will not exceed) seven hundred ll11H"1o"tul.lo : hall* and luxurious boudoirs, but it i I" the wllui} alJf ,partisan 1.1'hinuiun", taken to the dye buu t of N" Spencer Thoma -

I : oranges to tho tree and some Willinformed most! inappropriate! cave for an anchorite/ amid that bench should never IK permit- and dyed. As soon a* it was dried it wn ,
in ott1eial.teilmis: : a sound currency, ttil to bo lowered into the of taken to the Whreler
persons!! think that is too high th.lt1111":: ever invented. "Furniture h sh'I'1I arena politic it WiNon exhibit,
a legitimate devoinneiit of the interests ofcommerce *. where the suits were cut out-one for ( -
Hut eten at Iin.ltlllhlre,1 to the trceor$7.friper :; I ordered rrllln"-Jt..' York and it U expected il't'rnor
If this be and Lolmiht and
true-
m) for
a tariffup.m foreign gixul* which sane man can one Governor Hi ellw.
burden 1'1\111111\ the i profit of orango culture ) that everything will be completed\ doubt l it-then the United :States\ truly' in The Mlk which had been
,
shall thr.th Il'a"r rurni"hetlt\
possible upon I"i quite enough |to satisfy mummy reasonable anil the mansion\ : ready fur occupancy by IL distressing plight. Thu l'\ll'rl judiciary ney' Brothers and which WIS .
tho consumer, and to some extent' fr It'll the tike .. especially is uuturfutmslyl'urti.anmaul: U con m3I1Uf.l.ture. was tl'aIThe of
i man. orange, all other good tho :; Hh in t. The cast room, with whithvisitors making
the abolition of internal revenue! excise ttmtl&oth in solemn l division* from the the suits was commenced. cutting
+ M'' tho issues of the thill; igsrtsluiresguosli'arJul: l la'ioiioiis treatment to (the capita) aro familiar, will be >ench.as well :\*' through jH-rsonal acts, givlug done by Atlanta's favorite tailor'Ll, Mr Gross was
taxt'I.m.m; : daywhich mind its production refurnished ttiul time wood work I'viilfnw in the whose and
deptvnk) ; on the throughout\ thaf C'llllf' justice isriyarded tate ability utanh.t'l: l"rfO
7 l dematiU it* action i b civil service reform, cure it hts received.emeus will be carved in mo lorn and elegant designs as H'lol.hr to l :, success. tion m his department of the work. Th -

: 5 and, believe, it would take up} this A striking! evidence of thin. has but recent- button holEs were lalt' at the rate of two

t i Mibject. if in power, in a practical and r.s. K\I'OSITIO\; ; y ht'l'l PI't l'ntf1 Every: one retileniberxtale minute !by H. L. phelps. of New York, on I
; All the government deparhut'utsartbefng !hilm-!! -. :iti..n )' the Fvdri the, National Machine buttonholo -
t.lkl'll
effect.ve! manner, BO! as to secure the greatest A corresjKimlent of the Savannah .\''u'a repainted and rvplayvU in projK-r condition.! i ,' Jt.1 Rive., nt' \' : 1'me titniithsfnc machine. As the l'IIU1a! the suit

efficiency: : In clvill'cn'lce. and removing! tho' mentions\ the fact that on Monday over :y>," Hut it is not the government alone that is i h.! urdfivd tluarr..',t ali tri II came completed from the hand of the

evils: of time present!! |..y&tein.WE 000 people visited Porcpaiigh'" ; clrl'ulln that laboring improve the national'eat. of government "ifc.TMi'iw.ai. did'j'ld( :<-:.M that : '11111\t'llh til,1\.ulI,1 I theev-eningthe: Go\erllf
{ they not violate
I black
I..I' h,1,1""lc suits
VALVK' 0V Ml'CK, city, and more t than WIM, "' 111\101 l over one ".,1- 11I.ll'r.'pmit I for the ti! ,nisaudsofvisitor by placing negnitvhlnt cr (Th.l'I'll Ch'll'o at sunrise dangled, J"lt from cotton from

lar, and the balance over seventy-five cents :* who eomu, every will: 'r to tpcnda idfivd until ,) understand. .x11 1 ineligibly the stalk,. S* much for Ilew-"I'mlt1.fast '."

?; p UK. 1'Oau.t:1YCPFRIE\CK.: a i p huibm: 1 min. and yet trains ran lo the 1'Xlllh-: few days, or u tV\v month: In Washington! 'lie ;: pvr'orm of' them, the duties which would: nldl/r

I There has been a good deal of discussion' tion with hmrdlytivelca( "-\\I;/(""* to a cur and I tocn;:\;;ein it. t.ishionablopiivties; ; to view limbs r111I same ju lge f"tTt-on:again their as juries.l political Nu,v J1ttua"tlrCnt'rl; James will \'i"i" Florida

i in the> r"jm us to lie( value of muck at a fertilizer robably less than l.unOjNvpte, at fifty\ cents, its historic! an I architectural: monuments ; a't'I111.. if 1st ,, in more 1 obnoijom I next week on a lle"nr trip and remain
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r one party claiming! for it great value: tu see an exhibition worth mow tunny man I, toKt'its art colleUKiM' and, e j>cc5ally, to ,ut formerly: It struts that during about twq weeks.

r and tilt i tlier that it was almost valm-les woman or child than nil the fitvusvt\ that hour' in tit,. tWit Itei Ulative" hall of lime ('ul'i. lie iWwt: Iii> > the tie! Uuittsl'h"i.! States :"lIatt onv The -
of
.? rt Meek i. the 'itti| jl'l'r ht.L tvl, /4uue men, who thjujh Jiving, are hIs ,e'i ThuIhv,;t1t1:1'attt; IUU, fife, It\a.lju"t m r irinlirmifmm.a,' Mite' JIouso at Austin, Tt'xni.3'
= .' L I. p.4. t. 11iHl' completely,destroyed by fire on TJmn-lay.







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THE FLORIDA iMIKUOU : NOVEMBER W.cominodiou .

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Aeunrtv's; B.n--Th! I'M' feet in height, giv'tig; the light gleaming: \ 1tJIH: \'.\ UTEllS: Foil( ) ,:--I: .v .v ;xv xx' nnnim ooo r.uuini NX NX sssss: ;

[ 'iin.Mno'-l delightful summer resortVH from tho diadem nn altitude of C">0 feet. The : i.ic'iii\is: OILS, :-S; XX' NN11H lilt oouoo ,HIt, KHNXN: NX M
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,, Siivi\ VAAV\ 00 Ill( ]lit NX N NNSSSvv
Florida, 1 partly: in Calhoun. I but cable brought; 1\\'- at; :ai-cmint" \ of the riveting\ .", ,\TT.\' nMIzTs: .\:\I' I'AUTS. SSS NVN XX nn HII 1 00 OOIIIMMI NX ;XXX SSSSSVVV
| 111' vNV N \\ I IIlmll 00
I" the/ larger; portion in \\Vhiiujtoiif : :: of the parts of the Itthl' other lhr.Stll'fllltwfL THE: 1HH' lmOl.p. NEW: HOME.DOMESTIC. ( SSSS3 SS: S .(.\.\.\. XXX JIB WOO 00 ]HIt Hit NX XXX :SSS;
WEED. S1XUEIJ,
:: llll NX XX b'HSSS
connected with the tin 00000( llll
NXim
waters arc SS A \ A A NX
Its! ('lll'A11U( ( ) :S1NOEU;} ETC.Every : : '
) mid rioi-tttn Xcarcr tn NX UllHIin OOO Ill( IIIINN NX SSS! ;
farthest I I"L AAXN
k" 'cs ; the one :S \.\
,, tw (pa Charleston.t'lidor }: lady I\IIIIIll'Xlllllil\c Into the merits
'lit, formation. : crooked and shallow: of I quiet \liglit-rtinninn "HorsKiioi.n"
[, ,', navigable for small \'( M\'I ls: only.L 1 this cplh1Ihe| \ Charleston\ A'cic" het'oro purchasing\ a :Sewing; )Iarllille.H .

ti about three miles wide 'from nnd (}'mr ,1' says : IIllhoroc: Henuners, TlIl'I"'rh'k Folders,
I It )til' | I+ from: On\ next Sunday; : nuvning. to accommodate [race: alll Fan .\tttl'hllll'lIhclli": ,' Plait-
[ ?, t,') point, and its depth: varies the incn-asing winter tra\el! for Florida ersYounjrX; ; Andrews'" and Mnjjie1'laiters :

,., .n, to twenty-four feet. All along the Charle-toii\ Savn!nlatl Hallway will ; Tracing WheeN. T.ipoMeasure. and Retail Houses.
| .m 1 ('. ':.i-t of the! Gulf: a :<.\1\l11IUr begin;( to ran a spivi.il! limited passencrtrann : .*, :Machine: ),i Hells. Wholesale
the tbrotuh! to ,Jackson tins Cutters Wheeler & WINon
lormed at a distance from the land makini trip : ;
[ \ '11 vine in eleven hours., This: will be rtrl'at; (Masses, llnish\ !Tads Ilohliiii, and
\\lf, n.from I one to three I ,miles. The en- convenience to the traveling public 111\llaI,1 Wrenches ; Shuttles Hobliin", Needles,

I to :St. Andrew's, across: this \bar: i N set'-. t.llIil' growing populatity of this favoritt: Thread Cutters, Cheek :and Feed Springs etc.
il ,. for 1':. lliilt *rlfli .V ('oNTa'tterns .
; feet, deep (see: United States ooa t route. tf-Agent: --- -
;1 'n During the \past six months a great deal and Publications. Send your mi- .
marked] 11hu's the clianR" .
11'\'" 11.ll'q] of work has been done on this road, and the dress for Catalogues nnd Metropolitan; \ h. .
nun thence due east, until it crosa'the road-bed!, track, rolling stock( and engines; ion :-IIl'l.b-frl'I' !1l'
tin.., co-ist. thenco running norlhwestR.'ui will compare favorably with those of any l;, H. SCOKIELD.: I AM \UlTYlXd CONT1NUAMA LAIMJM}: JUAXTITII-S: OF GOODS, SUCH A3FLOUR

JI.h fturmill's. i'hedeptIi, after crossing: oilier lino in the stat "or Hotiih.: About 1 fifty 4-2-ini: ( SI \\'. llfty :St., Jacksonville Fla._
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thousand empties have been put -- -- -- -
new -
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H but is nowhere 1 less
niter bar, varies, down ; the 1.ludlhml tin-. city to Yeniassoe-, ) ATIIXTS obtained I for new inventions
K'"I,, vveiiteen, ) feet and frequently as mu,'hR a distance; of lift y-nine miles: has been laid I -,---- or for improvements in old
tnvntyfour This part: of I the I I hay isR with now fifty-pound; steel! iail.- made by ones. Caveats\ Iiifringculents'il'adc.Jtarks:
miles long and 1 from two to twoR the 1'enn-ylvanm :Steel: t Company ; improved :ami all patent: !business promptly( attendedto.
I I,, ii l our 'A'iiarton switches have been put in at all 1 INVENTIONS): TIL11.\ .\ \1;: MEEN1EJECTED ; GRITS MEAL CORN
'I! nalt wide ; it is perfectly laud-locked: the stations between Ch.irleston! and Yemas- : ( may :Mill, in west c.ises, be ,i>at- ,

RimiiU.: nn excellent harbor, free from theR.vy --e, and the entire I line has lioen overhauled.TvVo entel bv its. I'.eing; opposite, the, t'. :S.; Patent
rolling of the sea. At t the western cxRomiiy now dots| have jtist t been (ini-lied, om'ee, and engaged\ in TATKNT l: IH'SIXF.SS :; -
sand bar has been n:.e at ( ;iralnmville.: Ibis feet long by thirty \::; \EXCLUSIVELY: \: we can Mvurc patents I
of this: bay a : feet in width, and another. at ireen( I'oinl, in less time than.: those who are remote
Rrimt'l, over which the depth I is fourteen' nu-a-uring one h'indu-d and\ thiiteen feet in from Washington.When ,

R After passing: this bar the depth in the li'ir.'th' by thifl": '! in width. Two newtank" Inventors :send model( or sketch, HAY OATS FEEl ) ANJ) 15KAN '
RiiHiii" l'halllll.laril'i;, : ft'UI1f'JU' rlCl'lI to I !have: been \built, one at (rabamville! we make: search in t'-e' Patent OlHee' and ,
: and the oth'T at liavi-nel's.:: ]Rich:.\ of the :advise as lo its patentability: !. .f ,'r nf char!!,'.
feet, until the }headwaters': : of the dilBroiit l- tanks han of thousand gal- conlidential fees .
tty : :- capacity: : tw.-nty (Ciirrespiindenei' ; reasonable
bays are nearly Tl'achl'c1.h 'l1t twoKilos bins and is supplied,l by steam: power. The : ; and, NO CHAKOE\ ( : r X u1'1': : -
above the inside bar this b.iy opensBitoa work! at the I Savannah'river: : 1 1 crossing; is pro- I ENT IS 011TA1NED.We ; .
crossing favorably.: : One-half the piers I refer perniissinti\ to the City 1'ost-
beautiful bay of a trinngumoral -
most open for;, the III'I" II"'alhl'Ikp; have been hourly I master, and to the Superintendent of the
wring an area; of probably not ouulpictedanti t the erection of the iron IVH.OMiceMoney! Order \Division in Washington. the and Car Load.

B.. tlian: twenty! square: mileIts shores: spans of the, brid'I' \\'iI11wJ.lili on )December 1'orspecial; rl'fl'rl'IICl'l'I.dl'cularl service By Cargo

Be bordered I by a pure sand beach ; this: isB t. New life and t vigor is displayed: in the terms, etc., address I
( 1IIlIIa: l'llIl'lIt of the, road:\ at every poiutaud C. A. HXoCO..,
:ulcd by the tall pines and the magnificentBtTgrocns the business of the line is sll'alililll'rl'ls. 2-tf Opp.Patent \Vashington,1).C..

whose: branches are interlaced in;;. | ------- .
Btli numerous vines and draped with rich; IXSTKITCTIOXS' : IN DAXC'IX: (J.ON ,

-toons of the Florida moss, all these addm rmi.siujijnu Cured. I I AM: THUS IONAHLKD TO SKLL; '( _
An obi physician' : retiring; 'from active TUESDAY AFTERNOON three '. .
ThisB.iy
natural beauties of the bay.
the : ; ,
to '
; practice, haying: had placed! in his bands by o'clock October! 121: h. the undersigned, < '. : ',
he called, CI'ntmlIHI\ the northern an la} <.t, India missionary: the formula of a will open SCHOOL:; FOR) DANCING, for ,

B'jre'; of which is, or rather \\'aooliluatell the simple\ vegetable nliudy'for, !the speedy\ and I children the Lyceum Hall. Instructions .

B\vn of St. Andrew's. Alas it was ivan p'i'lll'tti''tlt euro of(Consumption/ \ I'ronchitis, will be given every: Tuesday and Friday ,
(Catarrh .Asthm-i. mid all Throat: and. hungalfvclions afternoons.iJTerms.
Bnly burned during the \late unpleasant- a No a positive and radical cure )'- for acourse of 12 Lessons, |$!i |. DEALERS FAMILIES EVERYBODY

Bsi." On this site repose the earthly reHaini for (reneral l )Debility) and all nervous coma Mits. p. 11. LIVINCSTOX, ,

; of the late Governor Clarke, of Geor- plaints, after having tlroroiighly tested: its Miss II. UALTXELL,

l.i. The i is marked by a beautiful wtIItll'rfull'lIl'at powers in thousands: of Teachers.MISM .
grave .
cases, feels it his iluty to make it known to
,
Pianist. (
I ANNIE TUCKER JO
Ruble ,
From the northeast
moonnientn his suffering felhiws.'\, The recipe will be sent no.n .. _ __ ____. ___ __ .
B;lu of Central bay what i is known as Ea tBv free of charge: to all who desire it, with full FOR SALE, -A'I' T1I1---

extends: for a distance of nearly thirty directions for preparing and successfullyusing.
\-:\'Cl'patil'nt i is also entitled to a lt EXCHANGE for improved dt'l'rnl'-
Riles, and varying in width from one toBur ()
copy free of" THE Ci)\iI'LIT1 I'HYPICIKN, erty
\ miles many points jutting out [into theRitcr a \\'lIl'k.lf nearly fl'! )<) pages: containing over t(0 ACRES: OF GOOD) meHlI.UDIClI'K
form several bays of considerable size, 1 O'') formulas.; The latest: and best, family I
( LAND)
I u depth diminishing toward,- the head, but medical work out. Addresswith Ftamp, or on this Island ; fifteen acres under cultivation. ,
Ir.\t..
E.
stamped s'If.alllt't'ss11 envelope,
vigable; for vessels drawing ten fl'l'Ilpiite HUM., liil N. Calvert! street, Baltimore{ Md. For information apply to VERY LOWEST PRICES.
P. C. SUHRER r ; ,
ft to the extreme limit. Many large and .
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57 Mansion: House.
Rep bayous into these bays, affording \d"'l.tiS..Ul'ufH..
open .. .. __ __ h
Bui harbors and excellent locations for ---
'-ro'sliiounlllucllhlliiuC' "( Cards \0
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tuber mills. :Several largo creeks emptyto nOIUXSOX.1::. ('0.. .:
East bay, rendering their waters suita- II AVhok-sale and Ketnil Dealers in -----'I'. "- '.-- IMI. Iliu-.- -- ---- I .. ,. ..r +_i' "vt

Pf fur the production of the fhr-Guned :St. I>Mts, .fXcriiciiu's "'auu',' (>gods], THH PU11LIC I IS CORDIALLY) 1 IXVITKI! TO KXAMIXE: MY STOCK OFGENERAL ;

llrcw's, oyster. From the head of tide- NOTIONS 1'1XTOIL:: 1\.TTORNEY: AT LAW,

liter in one of these creeks, the Wetaft" Clu'tciical' I-Vi-UIizorx, I'.lr.: << .
FERXANDINA, FLA.
to the Chipola, a navigable tributary of No. 7o W. flay St., JACKSON r.u:, FLA.JK3 .

Apalachicola: the distance is but eight \\'' s--ll at Kavanmh prices. Special attention given to collecting.Olllce .

lies: From the northwest: angle of Cenil .. ).t"t" Send\ for quotations. -J2-ply: over I1orsl' "' J Drug :Store; .. :!-fimWM. MERCHANDISE.'
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| 1 bay extends another arm, this, at a dis- ST. :H.iiiv.s 1I1 (;11 SClaOOL; ii. C. in ivii::,

lice of about three miles, divides, one :;'MAUY'S; (JKOIMJIrnni ; .\. I
.mdl running west about thirty miles long GENERAL COIIISlOmnCHAXT.: : : ; .

Id from ten to fifteen ", itle. It extends to : EXERCISES OF TillS SCHOOL:
I will be resumed the tir-t Monday in CKXTIIK ST., sn\u II. R.: DKI-OT: ,
thin ten or twelve miles of Choeta vliat-
Septeluher,1.l./ Thorough) preparation of MAKK' A SPKCIALTY! OF SU1TIA"IXJ "I SSI:I.S WITH ,
lie lIlLY West bay covers an area larger, HOYS: and (G1UI.S: for the best Colleges in FERXAXDIXA, FLA. a .

I'.hably' than all the others, hut its waters Ueorgia guaranteed.:
Hay, ('oru, Onls.
I- not so deep. It is: bordered" by extensive: For Circular, addressW. '
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lie fure b. The northern arm runs north JAMES: 31 e l-t, its total __.40_) _. ___ __ .n __ ____I'rincipal.IAIKI __!.-
length being about thirty miles > AIIA 1C 1C IS rO XT R ACTOR AND UUILDER.: STOnES
II width from one to three miles and and <
ll'th in channel fourteen, feet to within B L.CKSfITIISXD; SHIP-SMITHS; Alachua Street between Second and Third

I'ht miles of the head.! Cattle steamers 1'ir t St., ol'l'llitc'y'* Stables.
PIm
ANIHX.\
FLA.
.Iwillg fourteen feet go up and above All kinds of repairing done at short notice ,

rlllcr'l bayou, which is about eight miles and at reasonable!rates. 41 Orders and estimate fruin a distance care ".

l m the head of the bay, where two largo Notice--Co -'l'an.I-u'I"S.- : fully- -attended- to. .. -'-" -tf DKALHUS ON TIm LINK: OF TIm UAILUOADH AND} THI'l-ItlVEU CANNOT
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I eks, Cedar and Hear, mid 15ayoti George WILL beat the following; places at thetime's \\'. K. HAIlKXHillT- ,- DO IJKTTKU: THAN CALL AND} BUY, AS I (]HJAUANTKK; TO SKLL; AS LOAS

Jipty, all arc navigable for several miles, I stated below, for the purpose (>{ .AllKNT THK: SAME: (300DS! IN THE SAME QUANTITIES CAN UK; 'liOlHHIT IN JACKSONVILLE -
liesc creeks and bayous being very deep, receiving; the State and l'c1J1ItTaxes for .
WIIOI.Y.I4.\U AND HKTUI : OU ANY NEHmWJWNU: ( CITY I HAVE EVEHYTHINO: IN STOCK
I;rd good anchorage and frhortI'urves the ,present year :
very Odoin's Jlnmcli! Monday. Nov. 7, 1881 BUTCHER AXD STOCK DEALER: THAT ANY ONE: CAN KEASONAULY: WANT
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are required for loading and dis- :
ASUJc'ulC'r
I King's l'erry1'uesday: M,
|.irging. and! for rafting logs. Above Is a ]Dun n'.s ( reek, Wednesday." !H, lit Ice.FEXXESSEE ,

Itement! of facts in regard to the form, size L. W. Higginbotham's, Thllr-clay. Nov. 10, : : ; j; B EEF A SPECIALTY: I

I1 I depth of the waters: of St. Andrew's bay, issi.
IliiPt-d Hrandy Hrancli.: Friday, Nov. II I. 1881 It ROOM SfKKET "'" \/tV,
from my own (observations having Callahan\ Saturdav.: "J'.', W-If FERXANDINA.I FLA.
GROCERIES
In u tlJlIstUllt'btur: for the l last thirty 1hrL'.Iol'1.'l'IIll'SlI'\', i, --..----------- -- OF ALL KINDS;
Iirs, Asa !>l1l1\lIIt'I'Tl'Sort its! natural ad- ( 'wu. viil''l'hnr'lhp ,'}, o. S. O.\IUS.:
IJakerville, Thursday! r f1, :
ltuges: cannot be Mirpassed: in the South. COXTItACTOHXD
Amelia, l'riday" .1, .' .
1HIILDKR.
le
delightful: sea breezes: by day nnd the \\'. F. SCOTT,. :

'"llr.t'ltI.)" night render it a mint deslrelate Collector of Revenue: Nassau County M.VMKACTrKMMOULDINGS

': [in !summer. You ft'd.liko you Fernandina, ((tuba !;*>. iKel. 49! : '" TOBACCO AND CIGAHS. / },
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I re in a different zone. Fish are abundant ----- HH.\CKI-rS.U! : 1J AND > '

I1 I fine ; both salt and! freh water fish can 'iH' 6INCINPAATl TURNED UALUSTERS: NEWELS.: ', : ,:;; .

--aught in abundance, by just enough hi- --- ,.. ... STAIR' RAILS: WOOD EAYESTROUGHS : : ,:ft.:', ,

I'l'.L'ive KIM to the sport (;irwn turtle, iVEEK'LY SHEATHING
I in-arl, faniiufor its TIMES WEATHERIJOAIID-: : [ '
e/gs, unit the dcI'u -
V' _. ..... p- J IX<1.\ ""'.- A Full Stock of
: viil heir, t-.in easily l be tiLtaiiud ; 1J F LOU 1-: FURNITURE;

l'l I,*. 'all'pJ, and oibcrshell I fish aroubunrit has for more as the than k-wllns forty! JIf&It'r yefirs f.tUI''e mMntnln. ltIXAsitlon It 1W. ::'f. ,

: But above! all ranks the oyster. not ranks above all oilier jnlixu/ 'ton, irillu. Slur and C'luircli 11'orlik!; .
I-t-IU-d nee, and in the m (11t4 ro.! !because \ '
even if equaled, by the celibnttudrft.lk --INCLUDINOGlia'iiiber
UJ? Just the kind' of paper' the l ef P'ewant. -
During tho months of Jqly, Au. nertkty\\ .: Tlnif rovers the whole ground A SPECIALTY.: [ '
fir a fln-t ( lru>s ftmll It !' larger .
1.t mid September last they were very fine aid btMttr t1.in any Iilgh-priced weekly of. DOORS( : AXD WINDOW FRAME: :* Suits Tables Chairs
|!\.1. ThU bay I.i alM>ut forty-five milenI'M i .v-1. the i-t..ilr! ; an n-iulliiv niatttT versa ,
r' Her MTK.-e, N more enttrtaiulu: rug lii- 01- AIL BIZ)'::-.
) und l twt'iiiy-five west from your town. lIr.ct.w'. und yet It costs fast () lee liox 174. Bureaus, Rockers Whatnots

Jw .11111Ic delUhtful; to have a railroad to I1l"r CM: noLLAn A YEAK. Jail IVrnandinu, Fla.anil ,

:Such a road might wi-ily bo built, but Iu't Our Rstnti everywhere my It 1* the .curter Lounges Bedsteads
j".per in the head to eanvlU-li for, and readers Mattresses.
I' build it n->w. I have saidMtri'tiiiHi [ t<1I01lht'ruJllil.tn.r. ,- of one year are 10 pleased that they are ire nonlu Matioufrj.WJiulewtle '. ... .
to ri-n<".v their subscriptions.
Courier. Kight fIlf"J'iJty.te *- I III
tolumnt fir one rtullar a year, uuu thonio.t <
liberal terms to club Rtcnt*. )1.I(51; U II I; .
fHiigantiv otatup of IJlKTty to bo placed I'I..clrnen fopies fie('. Hvii.l for one before THE MOST ACCOMMODATING! EMl'LOYMS: : IX THE CITY,
"UIN'
iblng for ai.y |>ni HctI.lt a island in New York harbor:, u ft. 'J' wt'., :;jj; Walnut btrtstt CiucmiutU, U.THE and lU-tail[ "

lit form 13); feet high from wio-.c| brow ......--. BOOKS STATIO.MIV..llMl: : I ;

.1.! -Jr> Il*; -hi will ruble tho t.'rst >bipst

\. (.. .I' .rf. i,. .1.. near l'JIIll.ctlUthut: it DAILY: TIMES-STAR!!, MI'S (', .

: :,. :Hm Erg'( page, fctrty-f'a'tt cnlttmnt. Only "'s: S..A..JSrBORJSr ='
ls.itit la alniut ::
cifb- !oUMrka > ('ar. 83 for .(& montii 81 no ;.H! W,,;,;r lUy hrK; rr, ; ::?
'' ."'t".. or two yaM hence aj tn-v-t. !Ithl"le for thr inontliM. JllUlthelarge't.rh! ula .

of hammered copper, the tsjfnse fulvenblnK tipn of any IUt'tHum paper In and Cincinnati.the beet]hater. the best for JACKSOXVILLi[ :; 1"IUIIIir'Nt'Jauol : )_\. ?

III,: lama I.) the j'\''uple. fir Trance. Tb reader who, would .know of tbas world 7t;
doings proiiiUly a the news
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : NOVEMBER l 12.

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I' Till: OLD 11[ \ IO1' Eighth Arrondissemcnt in which the palace i\UK: A I. imtlX'TOKV.: I \KF.tt COUNTY. I ,,"IJSCaror, oj' TrtA'fe-Thum,i m, I' ]

,r To the Tlilorof the' Mirror: i.s: "situated., This!: formality\ will bo witnessed! County Jnje -l.] D. Davis, Sanderson.: Plant.

A WtLUAMsiiUP.u: V.v., November 1h 1831. by the residential household and, the Mulled State* Ofllcci-H.! 1'rk-l'" .J. Pons!!, Sanderson.<crij Collector of lkrcmmre-Fr/ |h( ,.' ." .NSuperintendent
I..VXD OFFICE, G\INK.Vn.t.E. }'-V. C. Hcrndon] Sanderson.As : Ocala.
I A letter from this vcnertblecity nnd quondam friends( of the famil '. Luncheon, to which ) of Schn, ., ,
TM-CS 1' Canova San ir
$essor nf -tJeorge ,
Rcym.ter-L. A. Barnes Gainesville.Receiver \ .
I : capital of the OM Dominion, will contribute only a few guests, including the Papal) Nuncio -John.. F. Rollins, .Gainesville.;: derson.CMlrrtnr. Fort McCoy.[

} to the variety and, I hope, in some degree have been invited! <
to the interest! nf your co rr'l'!'pOI IICII('e. afterwards, :'!, followed )by a !short prot hassee. Sanderson.Snjicrinlcmlent: :,! Comity Jniljc-Chas. s. p-:, ,I', i;.
tt Schools! A.. J. \\'. Cobb, CII'rX'-l'dcr
l Until the Yorktown Centennial went ufrthis cstant! service, M. Wilson belonging to the WSTRNT coriiT.Jnd'jc of KnL'ht.: K,I'\ \\
Olustee. Sheriff{ (
and the gubernatorial campaign were Reformed: church. The:! Roman Catholic -Thomas: :Settle; t Jaeksnnviilie.ktrslm'ilJ. KIl\l>FORII COfXTY.O Assessor of eurgcA.Ieau'nii Taxes--AValt.. i.i .
J II.[ I Durkcc) Jacksonville.! 'i i \;:
rivals in agitating:: the public mind in. the; service, conducted by the Vicar of St. Phil. (7grl'lmiiipCa11er) Jacksonville., inty Jit'l'/c-J. n. Richard, Providence.) Key West

Old\ ] Commonwealth, but since then the ipps dc Rotile, the 8t. Gcor e'!! of Paris, Ulc/'x'-l'lir\/ ( ] [ York Lake llutler. Collector,' of 1I.'I'clIl'c--W.IIII'r < \'
J J-nns.\J.: mnxtr.. Jr., Key West
t Funders and the .Readjustees have ]had 1 full will be celebrated in the private chapel of 't'I'lffW.' W. Tumblin. Starke.AsxcMnr ;,1
Collector-Dennis: pagan, Ja'k ( nnr.Lm(1nlzs of Trues-N. Wainwrighl, Lake .crintcwlcnlofSch/, 8d"o.Q> J. y. !I.i
swing in this particular.The the Elysce, subterranean apartment; which {' : : OK CUSTOMS.: 1'utler. West.

management of the Centennial exercises holds, only about fifty people. After the ceremony John '\'. Ilowell, Fcrnandina. Collector of Ikretue-hnuherry 1 Haynes, NASSAU' COUNTY.Coenty.Jutlyclfinton : .

!'\ has been extensively ridiculed l and the hnppycoupletwill!' leave! for the chateau }';ward( Hopkins! Jacksonville! Santa Fc.Xitjtcrintenilciit. J. I Bat) ,] ,
f unfavorably criticized. nut under the circumstances ofChcnoccaux, where they will spend John 1-". House, St. Atlgll tilil'. of Schools/ -L. 15.: Rhodes, diva
Stark I! I' Cleric-J. A. Ddwards .
the affair/ IlIalH\gcllIhont, few days return asuite J. M. Currie, Cedar Key. Fenium':
tt was as priorto lugto ofapart-) BKKVARD COUNTY. Sheriff=Peter Cone, Firn,m., .
/h well ni could have been expected.( It cannot IlIent ill the Elysec.; ; The President will County 'Ittve-James A. McCrory, City Assessor of Taxes,Wm. 11 ( .. '
Fm : be truthfully Mill that Yorktown is an receive II political friends in the afternoon State' Onl1''' Point. nandina.

8 Pi' attractive; city, while its population I is 2.V>0 From the above' programme it will be seen KXKCt'TIVC: DHPAKT.M: : >XT.rUI'l'mWIII CM:-.\. A. Stewart Titusvillc. ( ,/lector J:1.t'I'IWe'rllrl'I'11 !F. :s
1 Assessor/ of Tuxes Wallace R. :Mosc (! nandina.Stijterinteii'lcntot'Scio". .
l I). Bloxham, :-!! less: than that of [Fernandina and [its hotel that all unnecessary display has been dispensed '
,; -Livingston '\ IJeth- gianna.Collector. ) .1--11' :\' ,1t\
1: J accommodations far inferior to that of New ( with.. The proceedings will throughout el, Key West.Secretary of ICI"clwe-A. I). Johnston: Or- Callahan

York, or even Baltimore. Boats\ and temporary be
t ]hotels partially sheltered+ the multitude while not even the traditional, l'X' ] of Sduls-\ Graily.; LaG County Jittlye! -n. L. :Sinnni: ,"
C/JIIItr"llcr-r.1I), IJarnes Tallahassee.Trrnviirer ; i'ange. Clerk-J. P. HII he\'
: Orlar.i ,
while lust :
the the "
( jam pick-pucketq of the trousseau and corlelllc tie
; )position: noCM -Henry .\. I l/Kngle: Tallahassee.AttoritcyGnicral : : CLAY COUNT: '. tI'I'"l'-TIIOtIaS, W.: Shin.!I 4. !F, ,
t nail the men of the Ninth Massachusettsregiment has( taken place. Rumors are current of ( 1'. Talla Assessor of Taxes .
I / ( -Uwrgc Raney: Comity .Iltle-J.: T. Copeland, Orange -Jann: '" M +i I'
i rendered, the lot of more than one presents rich and\ rare, of laces silks and 1 hassee.CiiHimiful'iner! !! 1'ork. Reid., Fla.

: I visitor: anything but a happy\ one. !'atimll'uch as Paris. alone can produce, but / 'if L'imh-Hugh A. Corley. Lork-O.:' A. Huddinglon, Green Cove Collector of 1tl'I't'//IIc-IidJard/ : +l !II I. t'
Tallahassee.titilHiiiilrmlint. Sanford.
1 t 1 If there was anything lacking: in the these have been shown only to a few friends, / ; ; nf: 1'nlilic 1/, Il'IIIatJ'L-l:. K. Spring,SheriO-Jammes: W. DeWitt, Green Cove .'l'dlll'lId'JlIl? of XicxiJ ;'

management of the affair, our distinguished timid the female world has on this: occasion Flirter, Tallahassee.!! :Sjii'ings.Assessor; Fort I Reid.: :

p : guests took the will for the deed,I, been deprived of one of its! most esteemed .llj/lrtlll-( (;/111',1-.1, .1':. Yonge, Tallahassee ( of! Tit.rcs.-Win. Con way, Kingslcy.l PUTNAM: l COUNTY.:

and perhaps\ recognized the fact with all of : privileges the contemplation of a costly lll'KK.VU\ : OF IM IGR.yi'IDN. U"lll'ct'Jvf 1t.'L'CWt.rill.. S. Plunimer, Jml'jc of 'm//h'-n. HarrN.iii; : ',i I'
( lunni&Siocr-4.'t. Robinson' Tallahassee. Maxvillc.MiiwiittcwlfHl[ \ :
u+ t that t the location( of the festivitieswasjnsta i lrhlaloIlICit. Mitllc. Grcvy has )little taste CM--W. Forward, I'aL ukm.;,
t "f; ichfJllJI.! [I. F. Gciger, MtCfij()-: Thomas Sliallv.
little too far South to have ensured the ]hearty for the feminine delights toilette effrencc, Clerk-R. ('. Long' ; Tallahassee.tfjierial Mid'lleburg.! .1.'CSOI'-S. ft.: Timm.ins.Collector ; .

cooperation;; of the entire nation and is much happier[ when accompanyingher : Afient'K Samuel: Fail'hmks.1'3tOI': COI.UMIUV: (C'OUA'TY. / lerrnti'-.1; "'ph| |I pi, ,

olio( father on a shooting expedition in time Handing; Jacksonville ; D. S. Place, Waldo., Coiin/i/ J.ulyc-1S'. :M.[ Ives, Jr., Lake City. Suinrinfeii.ile.iit( of: J'lto/ie 8i'I< it, i

woods of fount Sous Vuudray than when STl'KKMK; COfHT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake (City. Strickland.
Chief Justice ft. )r. Randall: I I Jacksonville.. TAYJ.mi {l.t\\"n.i| :
KheriW.. i
3 : 11'1'Lnke,
occasion. in successfully: \ using every effort/ to indulging in Parisian! festivities.In ;' City
.lsoeimteJte.< ": -J. Westcott, j 1'., Tallahas maim (:f Tare*-L. W. \'t'TS'Lake City. CrHlltt.'I.1I/1l:1r-: If. 1'arlvi-r.: \p-"
I complete its:! extension from Richmond toI of the Parisian IJtireaux dc ,
: one Police SI/r.W'-'nlOl11a
see.Aisociufe Collector of TrIT.
i : 1 Newport News, with branch: to Yorktown. Correct ion Ill'11 l', n few days ago, a hardy son .J,(acc-n. 15. Van Valkenburgh, $'e'jm('i''nlrxt/crrtnfSchnul-Jtmliusl'uts.hlmer. ,,; (//( /"/'-John C. Calhoun, Perry.

When the first train passed! through the ancient of toil, accused! stealing a pair of trousers, Jacksonville.! Lake City. Superintendent of 8ctoul.T.. j. Pram/
CICl'k-C. II. Foster, Tallaha<;sl'c. Perrv.Co'uiity.
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uv.\n COUNTY.CemadyJrulfcCilliautA.
town from where I write, which has was discharged by the sitting magistrate, after
C1KCTIT JUl'CiLS.!:\ McLean Jacksonville T'I.WlJw-II). S. Sutton. ]1', -i.r
ueeii reposing ill n." isoiuiion for centuries!, a long and patient' investigation of his First Ciicnit :. County SU"/'I'/'J/-D./ ] N. ('ox, Perrv.
( -Augustus B.1miaxwelI,1'cn-
the scene was (exhilarating interesting case, on the ground that the evidence sacola. C'krl;-Thomas l:. I'uckman. Jacksonville.Sheriff ( Colltctur of lct'clmur-i. 1 H.! Hardee !1"1 i

i; a The entire population turned out to welcomb brought forward against him was! insufficient Second C"Cltil-Davicl, ; Walker, Tallahas -Uriah Howdcn, Jacksonville. Assessor of 'Taxes/ :S. II. Peacoek. iVi :

it ; horses::! and cattle were panic-stricken, to establish. his culpability.( Ho continued see. Assessor of Taars-A..J. Prevail' Jackson ST. JOllX'h: t'U5TY.C.uOmtyJrnIyeM. .
little Third CI'cult-Eo; : Vann Jfadison.Fourth ( ville. 1 R.: Cooper. :M. Ai
ran with however { i
negroes screaming fright, to keep his: seat on the
( Ci'clit.IallBJ.ker/ ::! [ Jackson Collector( of 1.'t'I'CWCfoso J. Drown, tine.
while more than one vencniblelady of color }prisoner's bench after his I\c'lllittallll\(1( been v iJI C'. Jacksonville.Sujifriittcitileiif!: CIt'1"k-Hll'tolo: Olivcros, St.= A>

I 4t remarked as!: the engine came }pulling up the formally, )pronounced. The ]lawyer who had Fiflh Circuit"" / -James 15. D.iwkins> Gaines of Schools-Albert J. Russell : S/'W-HIII1OI1: I{(Hernandez:: A''

rp% grade, 1'0 thing, he tired now ; jes li.sscn conducted his!:! defence, observing that ho did ville. Jacksonville.: .I.., cssor'f Tiwcs-David:\ L.1 Dun!!' ,
1 V.r/'i/ Cil'cllll-H. T,. )Mitchell Tampa Anuusline.Collector. :
: how lie pant. .HVMILTON: COUNTY.County ( :
not informed
move, him that he was free togo ;
1 Sercnth ('il'wlArcher Cockc, :Sanford of Tem'cue-Jo.1lI' : F. LI.in
Concerning politics in Virginia identified about his::! business, if he had any. He / .Iwl:7c-HlIr: .1. Stewart, Jasper.: St.= Augustine.b'opm'ioleubrE[ .
!'lcrl.-J.
( (C'aldwell) .la-perT .
: with the State debt of course; those who shook his head, slightly, but did not budge. Coat't 'aloiuar. Micriff, ( James M. Duncan, Jasper.J of Sehonh-C. F. I'1

don't own any bonds( seem to manifest greater By this time, no other case being on hand, FIRST: CIRCUIT /(W.wf of Tuxes-J. It. HUllkr.lIcl'Um.. St. Augustine.) I

s 'I concern and'! anxiety about their settlement the court was nearly empty.i Again addressing Full Term- Collector/ of Itl't'ClIIlC-W.( II.[ It.[ McLcod[ !SUMTirit COUNTY.
R : Columbia: County.Siifwuttai'teiit County Ji l jc-Henry S.C'iissidy.:t Lci- .
than the creditors of the Slate do him, his:'! defender inquired with some Santa Rosa, 2d Monday in October.
Schools Joshua II. Roberts Clerk;-Thomas!' J. Ive.V .
!. Walton Ith ; in ) of Leesburg.Sheriff
;c; I about their own property. The former, zealous irritation why the deuce he did not get Holmes, Monday October. Ancrum. ; :.-J. S. 1)yclll' Leesburg.'Assessor ) ; .
afterIth
,;+;' I t politician, compose a majority of the up and go ?" "IStcp this way, a moment, in October.Wednesday Monday( : JlrU: :' .\SD') COUNTY. : of 1i.I'CS-U.'. l1'allVehstt t,

'l- 'i. f Kcadjiutcr party. Mahonc's attitude at please" replied the steadfast sitter, ''and let Washington! ,, :L'd Monday after( .Hh Monday County ..IwlvcL.. Friers'on, Brooks- 1 Sumtcnille.Stijterliitendent Collector'of. Jl'l'l'IWC-.I. R. G. Hanin

t present: is sublime, but only so as illustrating I me whisper in your car. I can't go until all in October. ville.
;' : r the power of the man to mould his own the witnesses" ::! for the prosecution' have left Jackson;: 3d Monday; after 4th Monday in Clerk J. C. Law Itronksvillc.Slmcrir.r. Sumtcrvillc. of Scl/fJol.y-\( C. ChirK
the ('OUI.t.nd October. ( 15. Stickler, Drooksville.Assessor .
i t fortunes, using men for motives with: which .\ why, may I ask ?" ; Monday in December. of Tuxes-Frank K.Saxon: I'rooks- 8CW.\:' Ir.: COUNTY.

: to shape them as complacently HS the mechanic Because of the stolen trousers-don't This act amended section 2 of act of February ville. County Judje( 2 M.[ :\mI. Blackburn, 1. >

: does sand While! the coalition of you understand ?" -1$70\11,1 does not change the ('tlI'l"lrn'If/ J1'cllllcI"L Townsend!" Oak.
t What about tile Spring Term. l.'lt'/"X'-Hocrt] A. Reid Live Oak.
;; 4 t'l' rousers ? Drooksville.:
the
( Readjustee with the Republicans: caused Only this!, I've got 'cm on." THIRD CJKCTIT.Sjirinij : Sttjirriiifciulcni of He/wflls-D. II. Thrasher, ::;Sheriff John 1:. Sessions Live Oak.
i many white men to withdraw in disgust A curious piece of intelligence has just / Term- Fort lade Assessor of Taxes-W. II. Session-! \..

). :l'I I from the former party, yet the secession i is been received from Mexico. According) to Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday;) in Ittl.U'UOtOCGII> ] COUNTY. born.Collector El.'t'clwc-Uo1'crt : ,
: not the journal: which makes the announcement, of F. A"--
11any means commensurate! with the April.Madison;
Comity .Jui/ Ue--lI. 1,. Crane, Tampa. Live Oak.
Don
: Carlos has! decided on taking his in
1; Republican accession. John W. Daniel, the abode in that country with his wife up[ and Hamilton: Monday 4th Monday in April April. ('l".k-Wm. C. Brown, Tampa. crintcn'lcnt, / of School*-J. 0. C. Ji,

r' J Fonder candidate: for Governor, is so very children Before: arriving at this determination Suwanee, 1st Monday after 1th )'fOlll1.j'in 5'Rcrif-1)! Isaac Craft, Tampa. Live Oak. I
i. the Duke of Madrid[ .tjw/wwr of! Tiij-en-S. 1J.: Spnrkntan'l'atnpa.:: VOLUtflA' COUNTY.County i
}popular throughout the State that the Read )prudently inquired April.Columbia' .
;, t "; justees: themselves believe he will be elected. 1 be distasteful whether to his the!presence in Mexico \would 3cj' Monday after 4th Monday Collector/ of! Ul''rlHCP.of/ Schools1C.1'.1euderson'rmu JJurts; [ Tampa.Hujtcriiittimlvnt Jtttlijc-James H. Chandlo: Ln
authorities.::! A satisfactory in April. prise.Clerk
} I There is one feature which you have doubtless reply \\a-, however, returned by telegraph Lafayette) : (nth, Tuesday after 1th Monday[ III pa. -John "'. Dickins!:, KntorprSheriff ;"'. I
: : considered pertaining to this campaign to the effect that in a free ]land( like in April JEFFCPSON.CSnurhtTn.lgoJ. '/ \\'. A. Cone Knterpri-c) ,

t r e and that is the remarkable degree of chlmlt Mexico every one was wclcolIeI'oille.l Jlill TcintTavlor / n. Christie, Montiecllo. .1s. l.'sJ'JJ''f'. 1il.l'CSJoIIIllHllron; 1 KM:
t ; ? I i tie that he did not conspire against the tranquility 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in //cd'l'-T.. H. Simkins, Monticello.[ prise.
'; expression which Ills: been paraded<< on of the republic. If the Mexican paper October.Madison. Vlerk-\\'. C. Dili I, Monticello.Snnriiteinleitt Collector of Jt'1..t'II/I.-Jolm II. Jordan+ fi.
t both sides during the canvass The leaders is correctly informed, Don) Carlos may Monday, in October. :: -of Schools/ -'\'. R. Taylor, Land. t

? I I are spoken of as champion1*, knights: cavaliers therefore be expected to settle ere long in a Hamilton: 1th Monday October.Suwannee Monticell I h. Sujicrinteiuleitt of Scl/IJul.f-\/ C'nmsii.,u t
l'I. ete. Reports: } of meetings commence country which, especially to ono of Spanish 1st Monday after 4th Monday C,Remit i 'CSII'CI''r.. M. Girardeau, Monticelln. Enterprise. I
I descent, presents: many j features of interest. in October !( WVKUI.LV COUNTY. s

I with : "The knighliest knight who ever I Columbia, :Sd t Monday[ after Hit Monday in Collector of ll'l'muc-.Jol'l'1h} Palmer, fon-- County Judyc-'.\\ .\. Giles., Criwf\>'' "'
broke a lance tin the Plumed Knight of the TIIK Orange City (Volusia county) Times, October. ticello.Assessor. .SIcl'l.1T-\'. II.AValker, ('rawf, "'h.jl1.! f
3 Valley, l Hurry of the West, (oode! ( ) John of of (October> :22: in an editorial about lhe, Lafayette, Cth 1'uesdayaftcr! 1th Monday[ of Taxes-3. P. Granthlm'au- Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordvil'Snjieriiiteti'lent t

I \ the 1 East.: The spurred Knight of th'o Shen- orange industry," has the following : in October keenah. ( of Scho To the man [ FOU11TK J.\r.\YF.TTE COUNTY.CountJii : Crawfordville.County
vthcai.italitisaalready that, CIRCUIT .
andoah scatterqdiiis charged] down upon the: enemy and and to the poor man it .is only\ question of Sprint! Tt'I'lII- 1 ( r
: cohorts to the winds," concluding :\_! years. The first work of fort l h'ill .
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'. starting may :St.: John'o:;. :2d Tuesday March. ,hl'l'iThma! '! Walker, New Troy.Clirk e
with quotations from Ivanhoe, etc he attended with some self-denial, and some Clay, Tuesday in'March. -Ilowell Hawkins, New Troy. Collti-ltifof RCIYOue-11'. II. Walker[ ( ( ,
F i ; And upon the slightest provocation: the actual hardships! but" in a. few years when 1 trad ford, 1st Tuesday in April.\ S't]>erintentlentofSchoolj .C.Hamsc ', New fordville.Assessor.
knights for combat time grove grows into a thing of beauty," it IJaker, :2d!. Tuesday, in April.Na Troy.County. of Taxes-('. P.. ReynoMfordville. -. '
mcel the)
on "field of
I' & docs literally: bbecomea joy forever" The -san, od Tuesday in April. Treasurer-J. M.[ N. Peacock, New .
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honor. fortunate( owner becomes, as far as work is ,
r Duval, 1st Tuesday: [in May.Full Troy. --- ----
: I I .1 lrpoa) of duelling. A politician is concerned, a prince lie need not strike a Term-. :. /ulldllm' of Jt't'elUtXcwtou Sapp, New G. I,'. AYKKY: I
: placed in a decided dilemma. when ho lick, for his grove will give! him ample' means St. John's 2d Tuesday in September.C'lay : Troy. '
receives -
f! for its own and its rlitster'ssupport: while in ) him Tuesday i in September.ISra'dford .. &cslfr nf T-t..1'C8-\. Ackley, New Troy. f
.. a challenge: in Virginia at present. If a !?hammock, swung; loose to the sport of : : 1st Tuesdav! October. I
}lie refuses to J fight ho is considered coward, the'breeze," ho takes:i his ('a"c. and muses on I ..Tuesday in l Octoher.) I CON COUNTY.Ja1 d

I and loses his influence, in a measure, as:: a the growth of a real! harvest. of !gold." assau.1. <1 Tuesilay in (October.Duval ) County '! c'--Wm. P. P.yrd, Tallahassee.Sfieritl' L IVERY AND BOARDl.V.; !> > :. : : .,
I'' It was doubtless! the reading. and belief in Tuesday in November. ( -.\. Moseley, Tullahas.ee.Gterk \ ,
a leader: ; if ho accepts and one or both of theparties '
such' gu'hIlll!: tho inevitable consequent -(. A. b'rvau,1'alahassee.Stperlntevitlent c.lmJ.oJsXD: ; ) WAG'-VS;' I
,' f f arc seriously injured, the affair is: disappointment:: which caused recent set FIFTH CIRCUIT.. oj Schools-Henry Fclkel, To and from Steamt: .!r.n.. '! ;
:, ''i i t 4 condemned: howled about' by the pressas : tier in-'VoluMa county a )fr. James Ridoout: Spring TermSumter Tallahassee. CONTRACTS: FOR HAl'LIXi.
; "J j i being barbarous, and lie also l becomes to visit Charleston, S. C., with a view to removal :Sd I Monday in March.Marion Treasurer L. Demilly.) Tallahassee.Collector > ,
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disqualified thither where 4th Monday in March. 1t.w/Htt-C. FOR SALE :
; in conference with f C. Pearce, Tallahassee. III
.'; t- for holding ofllce in the :State; ; I if the Commissioner of Immigration of South Putnam 'h11'uesdayaafter. Ith Monday[ in ; 1I01:SIIS: ; BUGGIES, HARNESS.CARLS :: 9

neither is hurt t lie Matteriscalled a French Carolina lie reported, according to the :March. \ _ts.Qf'ssor7 '. -G. A. Croome! ')'allallI.E"Y :\ AM; ) WA.JZ3KTERMS :!
f :' duel" and ridiculed by in the Clnrlc-ston A'ewt and Courier, in an extract Levy 4th Tuesday after 1th Monday in "see.' CASH. -. ::
every paper .
:e from that pni'l.r }published the same issue March. COUNTY. ;ti't'Ollkl\ and Stable-FiiM vSf.: '
;: country, and\ the parties are likewise dis of the TYm/".vthat there were some /fifteen Alachua! lilt Monday after 1th Monday in CmntyJU.hle1f.LSeyring, Rronson! Broom Street Wharf 4!"

t qualified other families who would probably follow :March. Clerk-3. )L IJareo, Unmson,.. ; -- '-:- .. .--:.: ._alnevca- smr.!
,i The present campaign is the most energetic him fronl.eVnihsia county to South hlrolinl Full Term- Sheriff{ S. Parker, lironsoj). Stove, and Tlnuare.W. .
: which has been carried on in Virginia if he settled there. Sumter, 1st Monday[ : in October. AtsfMor of Tuxes-Louis ..\ppt'l i Dronson. --.. -- -....-. '!
4 1 for' and marked has The orange business is a yood business, Marion[ 3d Monday' in October. Collector of JI.'I'I.'JlIIC-J. Ira Gore, Cedar P. KTKKETV: III
years ability been displayed Illlllpa'lng business, but such extravagant Putnam. :3d Tuesday in November.I.t Key.jnjiernteiulent. .. I

a- on both bides ; arid while time tight language! concerning it is calculated to.;jHo\ a -vy4th Tuesday November.Alachua of ,""dlOOlif-J.; B. Menden-( Second Street, opposite the I'ost-Oflice I:

#( goes on, the man who has kicked up monj great deal m more 11:11'11tMn\ good. Tho frac 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, Dronson. '.... .

t fuss for his inches, who is more heartily.despised lice of creating, on paper, a laznan's! j p ara- November.' M4PI.-JON COUNTY. i I
disc anywhere in this broad land i is one tlmt gEVEXTH CIRCUIT.Spring Yr iw II
r.R by one class! of citizens, and nccresin- should be deprecated.: Florida does not wgut Tt'rnOrange County Jtulifc! -II. M. Withersi")on, Madi w IIi

cert-ly beloved by another class!: than any }iieople to come into her borders who seek to 4th Monday in January.. son.

it. : i ono who ever t figured in polities before, gloatson live, without effortS'hilc it is, perhaps, olusia. 3d Monday in February. Sheriff Clerk John S. M. Hankins Madison.
true that M. lU-ggs, Madison
a lazy man can exist with l less: ef/ Brevartl.lst Monday March. \
,, the bccno maliciously: I SYLVAN. fort in Florida than in any other State in the Dade,3d Monday in April. Siijierintetuletit; of Schools-K. S. Tyner, +

lTn- --?-<,1"--.. it H -Jj-. <->4)1I"lh'-....... )"wn..1..v..!....,... A.I.M..t.l..."" .I...'._* h.. r.n TV-,,, Madison.
"* 1TOS'1S
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i ; 1"! aossu 2'Ko.ir TIll FIIEXCII use. "rsueh.Set (Orange\ Cd Monday in August.Volusia (..vullt1r..asurl'r-8. S. Smith, Madison \1

;': .: CAl'lTAl t l forth truthfully and correctly the exact 2d Monday September.Itrerard. :: Collector of Ikreute-M. II. Warring, Mad "''I
3 1 t i j: To the Editor of the Mirror: situation of affairs the ''prt'isedifkIil- }. 4th Monday: !in September.Do ison. I !1
t ties to bo encountered, and the probable: I> :2d l Monday in November.County Atseuor of T utes-15. D. Wadsworth: Mad
.r ; PARIS, FKVXCE, October 21, 18SI. 1 benefits to be enjoyed in consequence of a [x011.

The wedding of the resident's only child, removal to and settlement in Florida, and+ M.\ .\nE COUNTY. I(t
f you will have immigrants who will OUlOI'' mutts Jailje-7.. T. Crawford U
Mdllo Alice Grevy, with M. IanklW'ilson, not be Manatee. ..
disappointed, and l leave the State, after a ALU'UU.COl' TV. Clerk:-Robert S. Griffith. Manatee:
Vmler-Secretary of State at Ministry of Finance brief experience ing the day Junius SSherri-A. S. \l'atsunl'tne evel. I'
they en funty Jmlje- C. Gardner, Gaines ..
,7 takes place at the Elysees to-morrow tered It. ville.Clfrk. AwtMr of Tares:;. J. Tyler, Dradentown I

<. morning. Except: for lima presence of the Mr. Rideout may or nun not have been a -J. A. Carlisle! Gainesville. Collector i-f Jt'l't'lIIle.13rlon G. (Carlton I 1 :
HEATERS '
minister!, under-sccretaries, and the desirable: settler for VohisU count.Lut. ; he S.-r l /i Julin .W. Turner/ (!aine ville.Anetvr 0 Popjish.SujifrtHteinleni. ; : RAN ERS (
presidents evidently belongs to class of dj.sappointed ( of aj-rt-George W. Hawthorne, i\f &-hools-Felix J. ?eward, TIN AND SHEirr-IRuN IV { ''I
K of the two Chambers, the ceremony ones, whose l>\' visions of a life without 1111't horl 1Otlkft'Jt \.:.' Pine Level. ROOFING AND ({UTTKKIXO.
: 1 'l r will Us conducted strictly t>t famille. The labor basest: Ul')1just; such "stutf as that (. IkmiL1IC.IelmtOmlGablesvtlle : )[.\Juox t')UXTY.F ITM1-S "
DRIVEN) : WELI
: ciyil marriage will be j IIt'r rined in ono of ltUotl..ll\t.urt', have U-ei: rudely dispelled by O.mHtJ J..l/.Sanml"l: Marital O (
't AUr
: $ time! practical result of thyjr wntlrl'7. Supcri'ntoiJdlt Of SfcAaofcV.\ N. Sheats, Cl ; the the
reception rooms call Ioi
by
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., olbt hoiusss
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Legal ,\cl,.('t'( a"' .'111('" IN. Iteal INtufo.:
TIMES. weather tnakrlcol'lI but makes :
IIAJW jump light
,
: I'LllIAY1N
,t n.in TO $25 to: $50 .. -.----,---,. ----------.
oats and saps! the juices of p.rat'l'r: : 10cality -
,
O'I' J( I:. Till! 1.'ICnUJrl'OWN' ).\
DEFECT IN COTTON CTMTUK.: has: its extremes of cli1lltte-Ih- one
,,0. ltr\T: cultivntion ill thenth crop'liits and then another-and the prudent. \ T A MEKTIXCI:]; OF THE STOCKholders -
." .etliods; : of cotton Rosu IMl'UOVUMKNT[ ]: [ : COMPANY
'1' \tllctun l careful examination. farmer will not set all -? under one EASILY:: P.i:: MADK: l I'r> using the .1.\. of the 1 leach t Hotel 1 and

:' 1 j twill l bo t much) to d with the genera\ {\ hen--;. c., rely upon any garlic ull\r crop entirely c celebrated: ('Olin liily': held in the city of Fcrnandinnon .,
r I' "ery itself\ thelL'thday:! : of September, 1W I pursuant -
The cotton plant
,,,,11 of profit./ elt for three weeks, 1'erutuidtari,
< I" to notice 11111f1lln'l'll
', 'eoiis tree, with 1 a root sinking ..usmy I.MRI\SIMI: TIIK Sroni: OF Lt'I.} .-A
"i, 'd,_ .1 p tree of Its size, and I, though, 1 anu Connecticut farmer says: !that he makes more DTI: ca-rOR. as required thrce-fourihs m by' law it was of resolved the stock by of 1YOC!said 'towns, on It. It. Line,
;in this climate, it I is perennial in the manure in the winter than he can find time of or more I
I, thatthe
'00 I and a tree, in fact, hcrevcr the per- to haul out in the spring by: hauling! muck company then and t there represented of said (Heach And ('..'dnr U.')'.
articles of incorporation :
I't '?II', ,..impedes t;, can grow. In its cultivation 1'1'01111I:1lt marsh in hillll'ighuorhll\lllatlli WIM: Avuins .\ \ n HOCit: Hotel and !Road Company be 1 so amended
eh.iratteiistic 8houllnot it his 1 Inch
niiHinl this !spreading over barnyard" ; over
r u',:.' ,Iltl'1l and flmt of all things, the soil his cattle are allowed to run at will, the stable as! to extend the limit of indebtedness or liability

: : I''iL prepared; for tho growth! and t fer- manure being wheeled on it as fast: a'* 1101114.;; MAcinxauKV.: : to which said corporation can hundreddollars at anytime
''I ,',, ,' of penetrating root It made. An analysis i of a :sample of the mass subject itself from twenty-live Olfers to Lessees and rurchusers: a largo

: ','1 n; the lll'l'\'h'] \ in the older. Atlantic was lilll1Hllo contain :.!-'.I'O pounds of pot- heretofore section to \thousand I of net I dollars of :tin, number of the most: eligible:( and desirablo

cultivate at \'l'rrhallow\ depths 8sh, :23.1)0:! ; pounds of phosphoric acid, and as provided by (3)(: ) nn suitable for Business or foe
:- '" i I" legislature: of the State of Florida, "en lit lean Lots, Purposes,
criticism is not so applicable 01.'JO:! ) pounds of nitrogen to the ton
.I i uh|i the time in former in any JI:1l't'III': the country. Wo mean it, net to amend nn act, to provide for (tine City or Suburban Residences:,; ,

t (m u, present as for years::-, ItFimiMi: FOR rOC'K-It:; is not onl'COI1' and are prepared. to demonstrate, the fact creation of corporations, and to prescribe,

;I/,/ ,null,,' there is yet the room surface to great the improveBreaking depth of 011in the way of !saving' food" but it I is! the They are operated' by either Man, Horse or their general powers and liabilities: and to UPON EASY TEn rs.
? clutof man; to furnish his! stock with comfortable reenact\; : and nmcnd the sections repealed l by
t:, ir four. inches has been deemed sulli- bedding. in winter. This. can be :Steam: Power" and bore very rapid 'fhey said' net" Approvedlarch' 11, l 1MIK) allowed
Values to
and till"en''
cultivation Liberal Discounts
in iUnary : fol-( done, too, with but little trouble! or expense range in size ]from THREE:i : : INCH i TO -11FEKT } 0. STARK, : on
,, opening of the soil was
i 11 'I" ; up tolerable 1 by thus utilizing the refine fOIIll'I'\ straw IN DIAMETER:, andill bore to Chairman and Vice-President.:' parties: engaged in manufacturing: or indus

,i I.. II., :, in small cotton! grain planting, possibly! but one prac-eer-: and other material, and converting it into WIU.TAM ii. C. Dnni't:, 11' :enterprises who will erect on the property

; I, >i i I' iiu-iir great risks: for deep ruute'll.. excellent\ manure, .\ large: uiiount of the Secretary: : and Treasurer.. I _._._ .._. !l!- purchased substantial improvements
liquid' voiding of the farm. animal:'!, and
I' :'' rich bottom lands of Mississippi i, I which would be otherwise lust, might bo AXY RI'Q1111tEI: ) JI l"VtI1 NOTICi:0I') INCORPORATION: for residence, or in which to ,conduct their

.q, the \ saved :; SllIlIll'1'tllU rO\ll tde be business.INDUCEMENTS i .
) the
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is this deurfaco yen : can OF TIM: :
,,,11 river bottoms generally, -
;I, '. cultivation only slightly felt, made to answer the purpose neatly as well, I.la'tlnrn: :! <<: ..v iS1/1,11 J( : IU\'I' ) : TO MANUFACTUU-: t

:' .t'f. it, would not restrict; production and thusafi'ord, a l'al'itallllatl'l'ial for applying Theyiil bore :successfully and satisfactorily n.\II.lo.\U ('OJSP.\\\: '. KI5S: : by exemption for a term of years! from
to heavy soils!: ; sawdust the same Indeed
I' -anmedegree ; but on tlu'uplllllls : there i inn farmer who cannot find :ample in all khiinlof. Karth: :S:<.1't. :Sand:: and taxation: offered by the several cities and
particularly, the root of Jio of Act of t tho Legislature
seasons -
\ authority an :
material of some kind,I or other to ,answer Limestone, Bituminous Stone ( 'oal:1111:: ,', .BY towns.: Apply at
to
,It! ennnot penetratell1kil'llt1y: pronij of the State: of Florida, entitlcr"An \
,-"" [). The: soil may he highly fertil- the purpose, 'and I. if he would consult Hard Pan 0ravel, Lava: lluilders1 Sorpen:: Act to Provide for the Incorporation\ ) : of! ),jB-Olllce cor. 15each: & 7th !>ts", Fcrnandinn.Hitf .
his best interests of it.
\ so dispose
hut the fl'I'lilizalio1'II: I: t11 ; the stir.L \ ;l and! Canals and, February )
tine! and\ Conglomerate Iwk1111: guaranteed Railroads: ; approved ._ _.
.- too dry to give nourishment to the COM. Tut IMU IV:'TS.-If/ the lower part best of Wells in I''th' 1-71.: I notice is hereby\ given, arequired .- -- --
to make !the QuickSand.
1" ,-, and, below the surface neither(' of a post t from. ju-t above its IlItlItII..llkpth : very !by said: act, that a company: hind Tin: l'f.CJun.\

TI :- iu>r the applied fertilizer can make e in the ground is immersed in boiling; tar for They are light-running, simple in 'been formed I, under the name of the

? ,II' -nil., This 1 is, to a certain extent, the a few moments: the sap will be expelled 1, :and 1 construction, easilyoperated, durable, and LEESWTRU: : it. INDIAN) RIVER) ; RAIIr LA D AND I IMMinitATION COMPA'YOFFKUS :

curt of d.imago to the crop the present: scar its place, in a great m'a.ul'l'lIpplil',1 by acknowledged. as the best:; 1\llIlll1l-t: practical! '
) '
Im.DU'.Hi'
J-: ,Iii, the soil, otherwise well prepared' by the the' tar, while the deeper or interior portion' : .
iiilpral, application of fertilizers, loses theo of the post t is atlected. if by rapid, soaHining. : lfaclmiueextant. They are endorsed by some to bo invested with all the rights; poweisprivileges '

\o ,>f its pulverized surface because of the Till."lit for heating the tar may be, of the highest State plncials. Wo contract and franchises cmit'crred upon OOO.OOO. !4

drtluth. The contrast: is much greater! in al'asnnli made I ijf sheet iron set in a furnace of stone for prospecting for companies: formed under fIlild., for the Of the most

e tho present than in one with the A barrel of the tar will cost about! three dollars purpose of constructing, nuiutainiiur am'
usual[ amount of rain, although at all times ;, and :sullice for about 300 posts: operating a railroad for public>! in t theconveyance ACCiSSIHLK: :: AND DEStUAIlLE1AXIiS

ilic liirerenco between the free growth of of and TholIIain
persons 'propeity.
I |],l.ints on deeply cultivated lands:: and the To rnr.vr.xT Snnni TKOM Isacnixncnr:- oTIIEES COAL, (SOLD) SILVER, COAL OIL, lino of said railroad: will !be about (3O( ) : IN THE

J-tintcd, production on very thin soils is suf .-Dissolve]): : a pint of whale-oil soap in eighty miles in length ; will. be constructs SfA'l'1:0F: FLOHIDA,

ficiently apparent. It will he impossible) to six gallons of \\aim: water, into which stir a AND\ Au KINDS OF MIXEUU.S.: from a point on tho Tropical Florida, ]Railroad .

\unit, wit I reasonable certainty on a full quantity] of sheep manure until about the nearly duo west forma Lcesbnrg, in At only I $1.:?; per acre to new settlers, with

'" I nip in any season without a full and com consistency, common whitewash, and apply Saunter I County Florida ; thence East: : to the privilege selection in parcels of -10acres

i. .Mete reform in this one of the methods of it to the trees for :some two or three feetab'ove ANo for sinking Artesian Wells and Coal Lcesburg, touching the southern portion of These lands located
or mare arc oil
cultivation. If tile soil is: not thoroughly ; ground sheep will not even rubthemselves Shaft' etl'0 also furnish Engines t, Roil Lake Srillln, the northern point of Lake
Lad deeply broken in the upland cotton against; I trees MO treated I. much Harris ; thence to Lakes Kustis: and Dura, and adjacent] to the line of tho
I less them. The should be ers, Wind-Mills( Hydraulic Rams: !, Hor1 application
(fields, we now know that the cotton crop gnaw passing: through Orange and lire-yard I counties
: occasionally in case there is much Powers Brick Machines Mining Tools: Portable ATLANTIC (nULl AND WEST INDIA
will not attain its usual yield per u'rl" and repeated : !, to a point at or near Titusville.: on In- ,
[110 j possible state of the market as to prices rain to wash it oil': ItesideS protecting the Forges, Rock Drills, and Machinery of align River ; with !branches to Lake .\ 'ol'klmill \ THANSIT CO.'S:! U. II.,

tan atone for this:' deficiency quantity.: trees it keeps oft injurious'insccts, smoothes Lake Tohopkaliga Orange and lire-
all kinds.
.\ striking illustration!: of the value of \bet the bark and fertilizes: the ground around. yard counties: extending from FKHNANDINA on the Atlantic -
methods. of cultivation is afforded by the time trunk. jtioo.II1c:! Agents wanted in every ]). E. MAXWELL: ,
to CHDAll KEY on tho Gulf coast
-pedal of John II. Jones, a planter of in the world. ,
crop FITTIMI FOWJ.S Fort )L\TKET-TIIO: earliest country FRANK B, PAPV,
Ijlogansvillo" Ga., whose limited plantation hatched chickens: e easiest fattened as are Address) :,; U-Sin: E. W. At N 1IV.: thus affording to the producer cheap, constant -
Tif eighteen acres !has produced. almost\ as \ and rapid transportation: to the best
those with shortest legs, long-legged! 1 fowls ----------
[ouch per acre in 1881 as: it did the In .Iiislico'N ('ollr'.
\ being far the most: dillieult to fatten Feed markets.Tho: .
shallow
1 iss-i'), when all the light and and water well dependent WESTERS: M.U1I1\KKY: SUITLY DEl'OT) ( : OF FLOHIDA,
as being cooped they are :
belt of traversed the Tran-
STATIC country by
jilotijjhcd soils did better than attiny
probably, on what is given them. Oat-meal, 511 Walnut Street, COUNTY OF NASSAU.
time within ten :years.:: The report of 1:01'n-1II1'1I1111111: hal'I\-lIIellllllix11 with milk To Jtimc Om'ollYOII arc hereby notified sit 11. It. embracesEVFJIY

this planter's !success' is direct and, unlloubtcd is the most: nutritious food that can: he given SAINT LOUIS:!, MISSOURI( IT. H..A. that a writ of attachment: has been

entirely authentic, and his only them, and is in the most suitable condition issued against you, and your property attached ;. VARIETY: OF SOILto
[point, of marked distinction!' was ptir State in what Paper yon saw this.DhVID.LANDKETH&SnriS. : to tho demand of
to digest. It is useless to attempt to fatten satisfy Jones: it Lee,
d his cultivation. Tho soil\ is reported to .. ,._ bo found in the State largo
.. fowls when at full liberty\ ; they (may he --- ---- -- -------- anuuntingtotitZ,5t1.:;(;: Xow, unless: vnttsmith a proportion
tre
l>o the usual upland, which on the average brought into )good. condition, and that is all! ; appear beforeV.. A. Mahoney( a Justice of being peculiarly adapted to the culture of

has not yielded l more than one-quarter ot'II there can be no excess of fat unless they arc p "-' CRES UND vERISOD the Peace In itnd for said! (COlI\ltylIt' )his:' olllcoatCallahan SKSii-Tiioi-icArj Fiium" and
[Vile; per' aero tho present summer" in (3 corgi a OUITIY)1TI0 ( the ;: : Early Vegetables,
Fla. ant of
December
cooped on day:
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1. I \11.1 the Carolinas!' ; yetinthis unprecedented- 18S1, at cluck a.m. judgment: will and The Large, Compact Bodies of Timber
|l y bad year it gives!: one hale and a quarter nand
per
FKKit ron noitsiis. bo rendered :I.taill"t'lJlt) your property: make tll1 re to tho deep ploughing of this more
killful planter. AVe expect to interest some of our horsoowncrs sold, to pay the debt .L1l/N.f TlON by manufacturers of LUMBER
Dated this 8th day of A. H.
September
\\I The difference between one-half bale per with the following, which] we makeup ISS 1. AND NAVAL 8TOlu .
'irrennd tho would be 1'1'01111111 article in the English: Lire Mock
present crop everything Journal: J. HAMITON JON1W J : W. II. LKE: :,
, to the cotton the NEW: SETTLERS
planters present year,
and it would have saved, them from most In the last, says: the writer, horses: are fed ( PHUA.; Partners doing bnsinoss under tho firm (
r bailey, and it is idea with : name of Jones it Leo, riaintifl's.rot'eri .
mbarnissing debts to the fertilizer dealers. on a popular Eng _u. _._ .. __ .. .__ __ Purchasing' land from this: company arc furnished
lish ,
officers, who have lived in Persia and
In n ,good year their free purchases of fertiluers -- -- -- -- -
would have been wise : but in a year Syria, that the change of food. from bailey to KI\VAII: ). < <'S mid I'eo\'lsoiis.[ with entire free ]ms nynm\ time Transit

"f extreme drouth, with shallow plough- oats" often, when imported, produces: bu rnt- $1 000 -- -- --_. --. -. Railroad for family and personal effectsto

,n(! it has been comparatively worthless to ness: in Arab horses. ii. i:. IK>THKIK: : the station, nearest the ]land purchased.
them. Tho applied stimulus does not reach No men understand better, or so well, howto My son, J. J. DICK1SON, ,1m:., was murdered
the plants, or the plants cannot avail thcmIves : get blooded horses into galloping' condition by a mob in the to1of Leesburg, EUNANDINA FLOHIDA TITLE, COMPLETE; :, being derived by .
;", of the stimulus. as English grooms. They don't! and .Sumlcr County 10'101'1.111.1)1\ morning of I{ grant from tho United States and purchasefrom

n It must: of course, bo apparent that other f few of their masters do, know the reason the 15th of July last. I will pay n rewardof mAi.iu: IN tho State of Florida.
p crops sutler equally from\ shallow cultivation why oats and beans are the best food for put- ONE: 'TlIOluSAND> DOLLA1W( :! for tho

; corn, in fact, probably su Hers worse in thug muscular ileshnm: horse: Theagriinlural ; arrest of the murderers, with proof to convict Fine Family Grocerio14 CORRESPONDENCE: : HOLICrTI n.
the present year. The corn crop has been : chemist steps in here, makes: the matter ; them.

? lost I for the same reason, and generally it very plain, and shows that if you want J. J. DICKISON.August AND Descriptive: MAPS and CIKCULAIU mailed on
was reported during the early part of the pace: Indian corn,although nominally cheaper : 13. 2m

suutmercotton endured the almost un'er is not cllC'up nt ail According to lr.Voelker'aand --. application.
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1'10VISI0NS.Customers ca AS. W. LEWIS: :!
-drought, better than corn. All crops suf- : otlur chemists'( analysis, wo o 0 .... ,
for from restriction of their growing rootsto find in round numbers, in' oats, beans and Land Commissioner.:

a thinly ploughed surface lying on a hardr corn, the following constituents! : THEMOST POPULAR Olllco cor. Dcac.'i and :Seventh! Sts.

') impervious subsoil, and these defective Oats. Htaiis. Cora -, O F' can re-ly getting CIIOICF 10-tf
methods cultivation in the median- Wator. I.1 .:) .,' upon .
mere } 1 t > 11.-J -- ---- --
i al sense, have cost the planters of the Nitrogenous or muscular SEWING MACHINES GOODS
South; heavy losses in tho crop of 1S'-<1. ] producing compounds : nsNOT1I1NCI J. II. PKESCQTT.Style .

A writer in the Southern Planter and Fnrmer 12.0 2:>>.5 10.5 t IS f2 a t'CNT --; .'J. ,

of Richmond, ,".\., for October, attrih- Starch and! other non- ; NEST -
HUT TIIK }o'I I5HANDS
rites lmiv UNNING'
suceesainvhoit growing) solely to nitrogenous heat and,
!leen ploughing. He raised fat Fit
twenty bushels producing compounds ,

'"' the\ acre: on land previously supposed to ...................53.7: 43.5 W.I .
1 Ioc- worn out and practically abandoned, Til. as ready-made fat.. HC) 2.0 7I! are kept:. In stock. : Comfort

;".-ing no manure or fertilizers Under the hullwfotilo'oollyfiIJre( 10.0) 11.5' 5.0 .!' ,

d systi'in of farming: in Virginia tile lands Mineral I matter (ash)... 3.0 3.0 :2.1 : { AM

lure never attained one-third of their pro- This space reserved for .

motive; capacity: and one can scarcely form Total........ ..............KMI.O/ K o.O JOO.O $'- Durability.

m I'stijnato of their powers of production. The 1'u1l.i never used.I as a horse feed in I .t A. H. NOTES: ; ,
!
ploughed; 1'1'011eidlt to ten inches deep] and his 1
"! country, but it might bo u-eil as well)
,
IIlrue.j( .
: up .il that had not before been I
:is not owing to the fact that Southern
our
Grocer
ii-ncd for if I and Shll' (::11111..11(0,
The \y.-irs ever 111.1ll'l'l1. or cow pea, as we often call it, i is '
le8'101tUl1jlhl the present year in the really a bean having ehe-mical
partial failure of tho cotton crop, not only \ : identical with those of componentsilmost the )kidney I 'vE5 FKltNANDINA, FLA,

"n dry uplands but many other badly man- bean, which i is tho bean to which our Engjsh ,
aged soils: should speedily ]lead to a more li ( refers.
::'liorod!.!:h reform in the methods. of contemporary( I -
: the prepar- The English; writer goes on to state that ANGEL: A rim\n: ,
ng soil fur ctittm.- Itrad trtett. when, from cause, there i is
any difficulty in I Having" largely. increased
r ...1UllCUI.'l'UIUL"OTIS. jetting a supply of time best oats: an exct-l- I BAKIatS AND CONFKCTIONKII.S: mytitovls.
lent mixtnru.may be. made of crushed corn 1J :* or Toot-wetir. in both flue

mil LeulIslo'.the-y'rOIlQrthll of two third i 'CHOICK .
+ nf
EXTERMINtTtyu an I medium
T1IK Hor! ;-ANT.-fist ttl corn and one-third: of beans, which exactlyifibrds I f -T v : grade; I -uur cuu-

'Ilflne: about as large tut" n pint-cup and after the proportions of anti: I Gro'cries Cigars unit led to pluee before .
wasiiiiu! it thoruiigidy and txnici-zingout all tlesh-forming! Toluu'('""" my custom.er
at-forming! fo()().
"urger'\\'II''r holes'prinkhitine Timid forms white the sugar in The all ants the Bran is u very valuable (1)1111 a stable for TOYS AND FANCY AHTICLKH.'Weddings : ;. a Cry large aNsorlmeiit of

trap. educing the inflammatory ctl'ect of oats and toots and Shoed
m made by tho
cue sponge to get at the tugar. and by '
beans. Made( into
mashes has
it
,
ituniLTbing the sune. in )hot water the ants and ]laxative rHect but a cooling!; Kiittrtainments, ami Picnics( most competent and Mlcllleduorliiueii.
wilt l be scalded and the trap bo ready for .set- : ueij in exw-ss, rsatially u.rnNJie.1 at tho shortest notice, at rock-bot-
in a dry state, it is! apt to form stonysecretions .
These
11111, U'Uln. in the bowels I font priced, at JoodH were
of the ]horse. Stones
To lit ST.X-K or LICE. Take much I t> ANGKL'S IIAKKUY, purchased for
as \ (' from the i-xrcsMve use of bran CASH, and sure
*:
-trd as will grease the animal all over (for :i'W. ,. crave been taken out of ]horse after death 13 4. 23 Centre Street,
about t '. Opp. old 1'. 0, HuilllinIJudlIlduJ only exchanged; for lie
a 1"UII'l), and after ]heating tho- vi-ighing many pounds. When cawtii[ Hqs No !-; aamocommodity.

ujjhly: dissolve therein one-third of its! through thfv appeared to he composed of a I, E Q l1gl. ALWAYS Thta will be deem
weight of halt und when cool !lard .ryhtalUiie! \ ,;'.
sufllciently mass: deposited 1 ju regular! O
.. ed
ut half ( ----- -- u pleasure' after
a pint of kerosene r -
llegin'ot; the rings, resembling\ : appearance theconcfiinc -- Mcclug, examining -
""'ISO anil go to the h/ or. the mix- of wail! tJD a n. ii. 111.\IIEItSO: ,
'tire in thoroughly: with the Pain:I: This," yearly rings phosphate; ; magnesia they proved atidamii'tnia. to becnurpuscof l I Ia Ia and learning at what
_
_
ayj gcntlcinati who has trial l it, hats in Millers' lionu-a are particularly subjected ., ...J\----. T. .... evtremely low prieeti HICNO
eifi-rv in"tiiiictf ,pr , oat for me. after !having tried ttirboiii- :ip! ,: fl'fJt are offered.Jly .

.. \11' .nr Ji..vH-tioii of sa/safras root and .1 1'AJIII/Y St'IIOOI ON Till: OTHERS iY' slock of GK.VTljKJIKVitIT'It.MSIIIXCJ :

.thcr...rredly, .remudii-a, all to that no if purpo the remedy! and here amouuvineeil ST. -JOHN'S.- doI118o1l11? *& GO. Io"'''.' fj.. ._ 0III GOOnS is worthythe

,! I
I Hpplie.1 !
thoroughly, shock III'
; any JOHNS attention of those
11.1. x,r'' be frets from lice" in two dayi.>> 'l'JIIAT. UI the St. J".UIII.foo'uoor.. \ ,, 30 UNION 8Q.NEW YORK dcsirliig
'
I 11'! ;i. "when ufu-rw.ir.U they "he at' the
most attractivei.taem upon lie] ricer, CHICAGO
A VITV soft ItHIl'InO.1 i ILL.- ---- \
will OJKTII (ktitlH-r :,5ltl1. under the care .11.1 l I left to weleetlouwill
i>.\ ....{.F1EIJ o''ID&1''O.-Tu' ,show the au. iLstriution! of IlEv. J., H. Myru and M w. i O RANGE'MAB S.If ITM) IUTAKIU. my

(autagraa, of diver itif.) arming. It is: well )(nR.:: .\ pl *mint Inline and thorough; 'in- I'I, FIFTH ST., FKUNAND1NA, FLABUItlAL receUo ('urerulaua" prompt

cnovrn that a rainy 'IOn is: unfavorable! to tniction. Scwiuii of 'Ai: wt u e corn crops.' !but MU: the lutadoxv and .iddrss! HKV.: J. H. MYEI15: ', RODE. MCTAUJO: CASES.
411t1' Jn.uturt s a b.>oiuinj aunt l hut W ( I'KKPLia: ) : J H. ;
; ; *u dry, ricTviicr, Ht. J'Am! (Ju., Kb.: I 23 Whitehall COFFIN.S A.NU C'AHKEm PjElESCOTT
M. "
\11antt, lla. f'llruIltfc orders .
promptly
attended to. 4.3mt: ru.uulluaa. .Ju.






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THE FLORIDA MIRROR\ I : NOVEMBER 12.THEjLORID .


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The Results of the December Freeze Lint' of Letters

MmRqR. The result of the severe cold of the 2Stl Remaining in the_ Post-Oflleeat Fcrnandi* MALLOllY'S STEAMSHIP\ ] LINKS'] '

:: _"_":Zc:--0: : :: =:::: na, Nassau Nov 12 .
MOXTJIS.Itejtectton of December !ast, upon, the orange trees in \ cua11ty,1'iA 1881. Persons
8.
; calling )for these letters advertised
mnstsay:
.. _..__.__ __ u_____ __ Florida, has been awaited with much inter : :

*. est. We arc now in a 1 position to speak reliably A1.ton, .1. )r. Gadson; ( Jane New York and Florida Nassau l\Iatanzas

i Upon this island the damage: was Allen, Rev. Collector Hart. Agnes ,

line CurontUit 1,503 tons confined\( to the freezing of the fruit, and the Adam., Ida M.[ J Howell[ Samuel: and Havana, Cu a.
'fhe steamship ,
Brookins Fuwnic Jones, .1. B.
bunion, of Mallory's 1 Line cume in on Weilncsday I!- dropping' off of all the! leaves, with the occasional Battle Sandy Love, :SimieBradsuHl : ,, -' .

morning with a very large freight cutting down to the ground of weak McElroy; Mnres, Katie -": -
g
and list or sickly trees Along the line of the Transit Martha: Pinklll'HorlL) iw K h a i
passenger! Creek, :Sadie!! Williams: LusiaWilliams.
far IArdiel' the
of the Railroad, as same Des-lea P$ "" W** '&
Alachua county boasts of one Ilettie Katie **
t effects filIo\\'cll-the stripping of the !leaves
largest hickories in the State.; Near the Santa; Evans: CJeIJI'ge't'h Amy
and freezing of the fruit. No fruit has beet Ecbcler, C. Whithausen! 0. W.nir.i .
Fc river, nhothu Natural Hridgp, there is:
borne in our city the present season, and we : ton I-OSTAOK :
a hickory measuring thirty feet around the
think this is the case along the Transit road Cleveland it Son, Jacksonville, Fla. 4 S t, ; .
)base. as far as Starkc.: At that \point some trees S.wn't'1'. Rim.ELt, P. M. v

The dry season, although somewhat re
to be IIliat
bearing fllllyI\'I
+' oontinui". appear pretty Please: examine ((110 trouble to show) our
Bowed occasional showers still
/ ) : Waldo and its The
vicinity groves on fine stuck of Dress Goods before ordering or .
The wells and streams! throughout. East Floiiil.i Orange lake did not lose; tIIC leaves, or show purchasing elsewhere, at J. t T. K watt V.Bugg .

arc quite low. Driven wells can probably -
any injury from the cold except the loss of
i be relied in places to supply) Coal, &3Btir8&SX&i&THK
/ many
upon the fruit, nor has the crop of tho present Lime,

3 water. season been apparently injured, from thai Feed.I .

The cotton crop, although considered cause am now loading, and will clear: from thepott
-- ; FINH) I :s'I'1'AJL51II1'r'CIrY ; --
short in East: Florida has' the of New York, in a few days, the
rather a crop: There a good deal of complaint of
schooner Aili Marker, Fernnndin.i.. with
turned out butter than was expected, or the fruit splitting In the groves around Waldo, 250 tons of Coal Also, Hay, Corn and OK HAN A.vrovio. l..1It.: '['( )% .

dry season has been very favorable for picking S.lIIta Fe lake and! Hawthorne. This: !is attributed Lime, which I will s'lInt low figures upon t.+'UAPE OK1 TJaONLY : .\...$, 1 ,::: .12: ':['O\v,

: and the whole of the matui ing crop will to the drouth, causing the fruit to arrival at wharf. V.\.ltON I )..1'y.I.::.r. .1,.iON I'O.\: :
51-tf W. H. C. Dunyirc.A .
be gathered.. stop growing and then, the rapid flow of sap 'VJ.1': :ltN rrNx.\.H, 1.tH 'I'U\: .

In addition. to the large number of persons' after the rains caused; the fruit to split open. special line of I Dress Goods' of every description -

coming to Florida by steamer and rail we The loss from this source\ is estimated! : at 25; bought at greatly reduced. prices at

)3. bear of many parties: moving in from Tennessee ) to 50 pcr cent The large groves: of Messrs.[ d ___ ___ _J._ _it_ T. Kynn's. DIRECT LINE TO NEW YOJRK.ONK .

and other States, bringing their own Bishop and Harris: are said to have eSl'al'llthil ( The meetings of Wccapopkn Lodge, No.

) teams and stock Most[ : of these movers difiiculty. 2,555! ; Knights of [Honor[ aru held: on [the

t bound to the southern counties. Texas ---- -- first and third. Thursday evenings III every.
seem }: of the above HTKAAIKl: will sail fr-.m FKRNANDINA; FOR NK\V: Yni-t
'
month 8 o'clock at Hibernian Hall. :!
The Line. ut '
; was largely settled in this way. Mallory .\. U. ldlu Dictator. ;\ Y THl'llSDAV.AKl'KUNOOX.: ) ( on arrival (.t f aftenio-ui: trains ti'Inu.i... ..
( It will be seen by their advertisement in Er.r., sonville, Cedar Key and l Peninsular: Railroad.
The continued dry weather I is very favorable W. J, WOODWAUD, Recorder.
our columns that Messrs. Mallory it Co.hn'e -- -- ---- Tills I-ine. iKivInc;: no TrtntsiVrs' bikn>t>ii EVriiHurfinu: and :few
and
for maturing late cotton, planterssay York: f.m-rs the MUST::; AND Jt'ICKI'XP( : Tlt.\X -I'0l\'L\'nOX
TOlI11'l'Els;
put on their New York, Florida: << and Good Money for Had. : : oi'
they have never had a liner season! forgathering FRUITS, VKGiTA15Ll'N; : : and others
i Havana Line four fine steamships-Cyf Send us Confederate Bonds, with the
r ;' cotton than the present They will Sun Antonio 1,112 tons Male of Tt'xad,1,512tons coupons attached your and get the highest market The traveling l I'nhlic fire om"'l'(1( 1111 advantauzes 1 t t'1'a )Iillls1') LlXI': Hill l"N:-:!i'I:.
consequently( gather more than they anticipated. ; price for them. We are to-day paying P.1SJ'D: ': Al'<'O DIOjATIO) ) H TO FLOt:1JTIfUFT) : !) eJI.\ ;(ln!: : lJIakilll ccunncetiuns ,
CaroiultletlMS 1 ).! ; Wt'+l'm Texan, 1,210 lit 1.'IH"nt: ; : with Fl WnIS..
; \ t\ .r.\'KHIX\'ILT.o
The qualityhnisosuperiorandvery I ] :*:: tons. the offer open ; however "first come first HOJ\D fur J.1C13SONVILLI: :. :roil, thl'lH' by S,l'alHl'to/ 1111 points on the :-r
clean and bright The Western( Texas, so well and favorably served," and those who arc prompt, will reap JOHNS, OCKL.\WAII.\ curl\ I IN1)rA'i) : 1IVlI.: : :: :L1I.i with tit, FLOHW.TIL) \\; tr
Alachua planters arc hauling cotton seed the benefit. Communicate withA. RAILROAD for ALL STATION'S:; :! and Olil1I'OIfl'S OF FlOtUDA\ ] ; :and with II,
known in waters will between Fer-
our !, run PENINSULAR: : RAILROAD for( OIL.Cl'lIlI'elill:
SILVKU;
at : SI'RING;
J H\\s & linn. : with 1l.t111lIl'l's
to Lake and selling it at $13 ton. ,
1 City per nandina, Nassau, Matanzas and Havana. 50-2t Savannah, Ga. for LAKE; WKIR LKKSLTRc; and ALL WAY LANDlNOft. ON 1'Hi: Ul'i'l'I'! I:
We some of them will then buy fertilizers
suppose improvement OCKLAWAHA.[
The great in the size and -- -- ------ i
y not half as valuable at $50 per ton Silks Sarah Silks, Satins, Brocades, Plaids
class of called for the
steamers by increasing
;47i .tril) AFTER J.ti UU Y Gill iyy"::
,
1Fw
,
x to improve their taint With an oil mill, 1\nll"l'lngcs to match, at J. it T. KYDD'H. .
travel and freight to Florida i is very gratifying -
: i. the oil cake, after the oil is expressed, would ----- The favorite Iron! Steamir: WI1STKRN: ]: TEX.will run! between FKIJNANDIVNASSAU : { I \
and i is trust the to
we only prelude a Instruction in Latin, Greek, French, German MATANXAS; and! 1I.Y.X.'UBA.( .
p ,1 be more valuable than the !seed "still more frequent service: and still larger the higher mathematics and the Eng:
Passengers: : to Cuba have the privilege: nf Nassau
branches 1 : stopphig: in either goini ir
"i i The wild olive, or mock orange, is one of ships. The patronage given the Mallory i lish will be given to those: cll'.irillg'it returning.
J
either privately or in classes: nn'H'lIing
A : the most ornamental trees known. It re- Line, as' shown by their large passenger lists, in the week Terms!! moderate References TIIKOIKJII HILLS; OF I.UHX'>; TO AM Z'OIXTN.

l : 3' :' soinblcs the orange in its dark green foliage ; shows! the public estimate: of the valuecont- given.

1 1 is straight; and comely in its growth and an fort and cheapness of this line Those "vl Ming further information will For freight, passage rates, and schedules, further/ information, apply to

please: address Wai. J. TIIOM\P! 1C. \\'. KOUYmVICK:, Awnl
i : evergreen. ]For ornament no tree could be -------- ,

'J' more beautiful: They grow readily in every The Florida Daily Times." Fernandina: Fla. FKRNANDIN.V, FLORIDAC. .
H. MALLORY( & CO..
.. ".,. j part: of Florida, and( are easily! I propagated We are in receipt of the prospectus! of the Range of Thermometer Pier 21) East; : River, New Turk 51.u

r from the seed. new daily, which will be issued about the FOR TilE WEEK ENDING: FKIPAV, NOVEMIIEU 11.iioiiMov'rt -
t
---- ------ ---- :20th! inst. at Jacksonville, by Mr. Chas. II. / :: : \ iwru "S-TOUI:.

I New Itutlroad Schedule.A Jones, late utAj>]ilfton's) Journal/ Ul1lIr.. G. DRY GOO33S. DRY ( ()()JR

t new schcdu1Cgoes into operation on the M. Harbour: late of the Chicago Times. The I : I 15 51 I Willllc

I Transit and Peninsular Roads on the 13th. editors make the following announcement t&ili'lrdny. e. : :
J. & r-l-'o El Y'DDHave
H w. r-. .The south bound train will leave here at of the position they propose: to take : ..:== I G3 iO 70: G0! I XIUllllny -;. 0 -

; 0 a. nn., as at present ; 1 leave Callahan at In opinion, without. being neutral, the ........... :.... iO ia 'j.1 73 E.lhnulay -
; 10:45: Baldwin nt 11:50: ( Waldo 2:12: p. in., Times will be. in the strictest sense; of the ............... 73 Ili i7 75 ::01. received, :and will continue to receive, large !shipments] of

Gainesville :3 H 03> and reach Cedar Key at 0:20p. : term, uli'trmleiit., : Wearing no I livery re- Tuesday ............... i.J 78: is il) HK
: peating l shibboleths, and actuated by nouitipathics VVcdnesday.I I ........... 75 70) 7J UI"".
n m. or antagonisms; i the !sole!criterion Thursday .............. i4 ill0) :; --I) :-g. NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS.
:- On the Peninsular: Railroad the train will h y which men and measures\ will he judgedwill Friday.i I .... 73 iii, iii N .
I __ __
be :::: :::: : :: _
Waldo 2:15 Hawthorne ;3.05 what we conceive: to be the public
i t I'l heave at : p. m., : ----
interest and welfare. Should injustice he

i l '. and reach! Ocala at 5.20 p. m. done to any one in applying this: standard, M Alt WE. OUR I41 (if] SALES;::; enable u- to ofiei, the-e Guols; ,,; .at such low priivs as cam: .
i : North bound train will leave Cedar Key nt the opportunity fur righting it will bo afforded -
I'OI.t'of Fcrnandtna. fail to attract those who Reliable (;01)1') : Low lines .
In frank and candid. want S'rlros. Oar ] !
1 r 7 a. in., leave Gainesville 10:10: a. III.,1V'aldo a spirit.To
the industries of the State: and the .IIIUII, 1W.tT F.it.
: economics
,
:t: at 1110; a. m., Baldwin 1:10: p. in., Callahan .
J domestic life, particular attention Saturday, Nov.I 1'1.: ..... 0:00.M.: 0:12: 1'. +t. Dress Goods Domestic Goods '
t,; : I c.'; 2:50: p. m., Hart's Road 3:10: p. Iii anal arrive and an unusual amount of :space will begiven. Sunday, 13.: ..... 0: 11" 1:0.2": ,

i'\+; ''J'f at Fortmndina at 4,151'. Ill.J. There will he a )permanent department Monday, 14...... l:32:: 1:5'2: Goods .
Notions
'' ,I t' The Peninsular toad I will leave Ocala at for the }<'nrm, Garden and Household Tuesdav, ." 1.;...... 2:21:: 2:45: : ; .. Fancy Hosiery, ,
J. ," and contributions for it will be obtained Weilnesday, 10...... ;!:WI 3:3: "
4 i' : + 7:45: 1\. in., Hawthorne at 10.0S: a. tn. arrive from able and authoritative Goods
II' writer's.UPou rhursdav/ Ii..J:OS" 4nI:: Housekeeping; ( ,
: k .; I. nt Waldo at 11:00: a. )n., making close connection matters pertaining to the household, Friday, .. 18. 5:03I: 5'U":

Wit1! Transit train for Cedar Key. .especial attention will\ be. bestowed: Clothing' Cloths Cassimeres
,
I ; ;,_ f I',: Passengers l leaving hereto 9.00); n. m. reach --- EXTIUFI: : : !

I'k Cedar; ::\ Key nt fi.35: p. in., and Ocala at 5:20:: From Mrs. Gurjleld. Nov. 5-Hark: Ornnis: Shackford Ito-ton. .Hats, Caps, :Boots :and Shoes
Tho letter to the 0 Florida Usina ,
F following Secretary of -S. P. Savannah.
.: \ p. m. the Garfield Memorial mass-meeting, 11'hlnt 7-British Dark JillKih'h'II\ J). J. Gentlc '
? \ ; Trains leave Fcrnandina fur Jacksonville kitchen Portland.' ncn Furnishing- ooi14
Hall 'tl Lyceum September 2 been
at 11:10: a. m. and 5:30: p. m., arriving in received 9-S. 1'. City of Hridgeton, Fitzgerald,
: Savannah.\ will he found complete and attractive, and will repay inspection before pu.tba' n.

4:;,' j f'' Jacksonville} at 12:50: p. nn. and 7:3.vi: MKNTOU(I :, Omo November, 1881. 9-S. S. Carondelet. Risk, New York. ordering;; elsewhere. .
'Frailty leave Jacksonville: at 8:30: a/tut. and Mr. Fred H*. iron .
Secretary, Fi'rurttulin,1.7a. : CLE\KEI: .
i I 3:101': in, arriving) at Fornandiiyi: at 10:23: DK\U) PI., : I um requested) by Mrs. Garfield Nov. 7-S. P. St.' Johns, Vogel) Charleston. New York Oflicc, J) {f N E. 'or. Centre and, Third .-.- '4-

n. in. and l 4:50: / p. ui. _._ to return through;, you to the citizens 7-S. P. Florida. Usina, Savannah. Walker:;: Street.t J I( Feinandiiut !-".
- -- --- IVnrmdinn: her sincere thanks for their expression U-S. P. X'ity' of Brid0'etou, l Fit/;;Nal.l,
'J''tlst Travel. of sympathy with her family: and Savannah. DRY GOODS. DRY. GOODS.

t Tho time between t Charleston and Jacksonville herself! Yours, with respect, 10-Sell. Silas: C. Kvan: H. Sylvanus,
0. (>. ]:OCKWELI" New York.
\ has been 1'1..lul'.t."Ia the Waycrossroad !
---- 11-S. S. Caredclet Risk: New York.
to t l'\'l'1L hours. "'I' omisionally'ob- ,'ltlt Tomatoes In November. "-H. I'. }.'lol'illn,1y.iua, Savannah.is SCHOOL BOOK: 11LAIKiliST !

!strvo .statements in \some of our exchanges: Vd' take pleasure: in acknowledging, ; the rout. .

t; ,! relative new lines of travel from.the interior receipt from\ Mr.[ J. '1'. (lams of basket! of S. S. liorinqtiipTi, fchevauri,1,2(2: ( : ton!>!. .. v

{ to the St. Johns river and thence North.Siuh very fine\ fresh tomatoes, raised: by lam in hark Oriuus, ..Shackford; 4Soton.s.llark : .STOCK IV THE STATE:; ]: AT

: expectations:( so far as through travel his: garden in tlds city There; seems to be James Kitchen; 1)). J. Kitchen, .JU!),
hark Xonll lrdl. Gibbs" 413 tllll!!.
<
h i is concerned, .\ necessarily unfounded By no reason why t this delicious ASIHIN.LAD BI1OT1EIS
vegetable n.LrklIcl! Campbell. 1'aton, 421)! sons.! ,
f no }possible combination! of attainable speed} should not be cultivated in tho fall, so as: to Hark Tsko (Rus.s.), Merlin, 400( tons.: ,

I could p.I issengers; I leave: Florida by any river give ft supply fur market during the fall Hark Royal Tar (Hr.), Felkin, 717 tons. :_West Hay Street, JACKSONVILLE.: .,
Brig Etna (Ilr.) )[McKenna 41 1 tJl1S.
route as rapidly as by rail. With a close month }
Brig OilorilliU\ llollaiul. 418 tons
connection at Callahan, a p person leaving -- -- -- cli Alice 'l', rltllllt Handy, 2.Mj: i tons. U'hoh.nh' Ilttel Iloiall 1'iibIisIierM! KooftM'Ucr! Stationers,. :IntlDealers

Gainesville: : by the Transit, Railroad would Forewarning* of Frost. Sch Palos l"hlrhlrI'j: /t tons.Scb. In 'I'U
News aiul
j s, Parity .trtielew
I reach: Charleston: \ !In fourteen hours. So Sergeant: J. W Smith has: rl''Ch''t1I1noth'r Stephen Itennett, Douglas, :213 tons. << ,

coming from Charleston by the night train letter from the signal i authorities at Wash, Sch.:. It I. Potter. Bhnrer, 3l'J( tOtlli.NEoIK I'rlutinji; ICulIug{ aunt UhuUng.

t ington, directing him to confer with the _\\DA.l'as.cngt'rSp .
they would roach Gainesville at 3 p. in. next fruit-growers and get: their view and desires --
k j day or Ocala! nt 5 in, with reference to the promised r steamship CarwuMtt, from
1' forewarning (' Rick and Mrs J AND BLANK Jl OKS for 'ounting
of frost for this State the New "orkrs son, BLANKS Houses, Ilailroads and Steamboats.
--- --- : as department ile-
( The F-ijinont. sires immediately! to commence taking observations. Rick and servant, Miss Alice Clancy, O I? Made to order. LAW IiL:INKS. for Lawyers and Justices! of the Peace.
Alden nnd servant Miss Nellie Haiusen, A
I The Egmont Hotel will be opened at an f..rl't'lwith. Dr.Sergeant: C.;: J. Ken Smith At once 'con- }Fisk Capt Geer. Mrs A C F Starke. Mr and Subscriptions' taken to all Papers and :Magazines at I'uhlicutionlrkl-s.
worthy Presidentof
( i w t' early day, under the management: of Mr. the Fruit-Growers' Association,,who stated' Mrs Samuel Wilson, E F Verner, Miss Florence fiend for our Catalogue and Price Lists. Send for anything in our line and can

t i j Geo. W. Kittclle. The well-earned reputation that it would be necessary' fur the depart" Edwin Alspaugh!1'lght.n.RentR, Jas Fagan, John, John McKlnl Asbton'., get it. Orde.rs by mail promptly attended to. you

;.. of the Kgmont us: one of the finest and lug ment cold furnish waves that forewarning would reduce of approach the[) tern-. Mrs 11 E ('oz. Miss[ Alice W Call;Mr and Wo have recently publL-hed, i : I ..tlt'1: to the Derisions of the Supreme

bet furnished hotels in the South, we are perature to or below ft! degree, tho reports Mrs John Ilutchinson.! Master Hutchinson. Court or Florida. P.y: R. M. Call }'apl'r-precS3.! 'I'wo'urs Abaft the
I l\SurOtl, will be more than maintained by to be sent to the signal ortice in this Harry Fisk,'John Wrllkeur and wife.Mrs F.
and )In'l' Jordan.
,: city Sarah Calvin and infant. Mrs Mu&jie-.Lyon, By Paper, 73 cents ; cloth, $1. Orange; InseHs (Illustrated: .
,
Ir I the J new manager: who will be stimulated by also to Sanford from which points the forewarnings Mrs M II Urewer, Mrs Mary Mur shy. L II Paper, $1. Any of the above Hooks mailed to any address] on receipt of
would be disseminated price.
'. i i'" the Increasing influx of winter visitors of at the expense Stowe, Chins Miller.[ Dr.A L Van.Uwater, T

the best class to link! the Kgmont( a credit to through of th fruit columns growers of,the by trnhn.telegraph As( i and C Fletcher. Mrs N Miller, J T Mar tlen I Roht .AMIMiVI: IIUOTIIKH.S, .
heavy Gamble, F 0 Gup>ill, A (i Chapi>el, Thos '4Z-1)' .A
h Fernuudina and to his own management. frosts are formed at 40 degrees, it seems: to us DeuUon JACKSONVILLE.: .\.
Harrahan N Wright. < F Win
I : Mallory'a -Xew York, Nassau and Matan- that, for the benefit vegetable as well us
llt'ul1)1 Dvrver Ed 1 Dwyer tern Ih'll'C
las Line will run t to and from this, port, and given fruit grower of approaching, the forewarnings cold wave-* that should would IH J Colder. \\' T' Dubois: 11 H Griswold', Obas S. ]3. HUBBARD & CO.'KSX'II.I.I
f Dawes Moon, John B'toth wife and .
bring to our city a large travel.lllvcraml reduce the teutlwrnturo below that point, George ,
./ .- --- and two children John E: Plt'SIn J F Day-;
thus: benefit the vegetable as well as the ...\(.. FLOKIDA7IIOLESALE
: W J Warn ,
Harbor Toirtng fruit-growers throughout; tho I"lnte.-I'"iul.. sett:1isCDaggett, SyIve"ttrIVarl,1

l W. It C. has .' \ .. --.-- : 14 A very. \ : AND) RETAIL
Major Dnryta : \ \ arrangements Cargo: of steamship! t'nminlflet, for New DEALERS IN

.t t) ._.. far placing: a good l *steam tugboat We call attention this week to Kvdd'snew York, November: 11, S.u; a. m.-132: bales Hardware, Stores, Doors, Sash, isiiiuls, Phiut OH,
t + I iu the 1"1'Il\1.,1I11\: harbor and will advertisement! of their drygoods stock, cotton, 4U3: : barrels" rosin, 151 barrels spirit, I ,
-- -- ..- 501 boxes cedar 3-S 10:11 cedar 21ti: "e'PITMPS, : :> mo J'II":
loners ; : packagesoranjrei t ; Vrffo eo"\l: MILLS lUTIH1F LTUf.il
> 1 boon bo prewired 1 to: receive for towing Special bargain [in Dry Goodmt U\Vi halt-t inks, !M 1);ICkage.nnerthamlix : : B ;ITIS0,. :. ,\:> irilNd.. IltTMUIN) ( UD 1'iN:; J.unu.\Q,. .tND:

rafts, etc. J. iV T, KVI>D',*, and 10\ 1 passengers, ..t'JtthMW'31'JVV'1)EF, JURUKD rEM.1:1\nl.: ,
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l'.ll'f; J'"S.' beailtiliil, to beliold.! n\" thing j i-* pr-'per-' theii \\',iN. : irth.: lle
i I ly and lhnrn! ll.'hl t' ,d .no ; the drainngi1 i" '""',k. ,' brought: fifty-:- vt'u bales: of ,,cotton :son place last" year together with one hundred visitor( from the outride world, and I jitly: s.

..l1tfdllftr.'rio'L'i good, the !lamN: are laid out and the test nineleen thousand "hii l I.\< :and twenty-nine acres .rthl' Thompson place is: improving for \\ h\\'e' nothing in common \\rli; the

: : :nl'g rltOl\l''t"! <'>>. ALACHVA I planted! In the' ni- '.t perfect order imaginable, inlyeelaI1vu'U'i : p.ickagi1' '-" '" ki"nnitlt. I'uloit./ both purchases! and proposes! to balance: of the t'nion ; ('\'l'lI.with, tl I .,Slat'! ,

1' '. I. =I'lio gnr.viiv( : of early vegetable; ( :and, they. are all in that thriftl'I11d vigurotn. 1:"(.,, /IIbl" put out twenty thousand orange: tree".. Mi"sTurner !under whose haws! we live, we find itur' clvf

: ,r\: n-.liern and Western markets: is!! targets' II! condition! : which indieaten! proper attention .\ N'w: Wll\m.--'lrt: t\lilahm i'uMaking! of Cincinnati t, bus l'lIrl'1lu"I'l (theMcFarhnd as: far rcmoNed, in custom, feeling. Hmatc

t',,, .\" <.1 by the! far1lH'rlof!! this county.: This I and practical knowledge.V found !growing nrran/'mentx: to c Imlll II''l' his wharf: the place and has! engaged; (Captain and production, as if we were of ('111,1\ anti

!i'i': rv require? euro on a'couIII..t'-aI I theiv crange.peacbe": : grapes!! of feveral! t'Olit Alcanix! :ytrec4: nn,ler the charter Wingate: to plant out ten acres! in orange they of IiI'l''lIlan.'t.\ export ni'tiy to

i 1.1 I slurp' (fnsts! ; but it will ba\ u perm i- varieties flg, eamphnr.\ : rice pea", tonia- };r.ulte 1 him by the city. lie Wtl1"1'! creooted trees for her. Several of these parties nreKnglNhmen Havana: : :11)11't'w York and bnv, .i.Mrlveverything i

,. ; nui alone when canning houses ore toes: and many kinds cif beautiful Itower*. ':'.': ana:I I''r the' pioscntill make: ittwenty : and are unite[ wealthy. (Captain wo tieed from the same placo .

i: il.shcil;. which will, undoubtedly, the and nil combined!!! forma model picture! of ,live feet \. ihi .illahaii' .ints a WiiU'itc: a native of F.nglaml, is the and strange! as! it may: scent, we c.oi go (to

,it no dUtant d day Aisles of very civil' loveliness "\' to thet-yoand gratifying railroad, :\' track but/ :-t\1: the ru't to him pioneer who led hi* eountrymc'i to I thi-s !garden : the capital of N'evv York as quickly and foas <'

1 -liv i are Ir.lacc.l.i : LeConie: pear and i to !the "!tit''!. 1i: fir:-t peach tree was would bo.fiKM.(; ( which he can not :o.tallfl.ill.t spot of Florlo1:1.re: know of no place little money as we can\ to Tallaliathe:
II."C fur; lids,! it would addt I in tho State:: thai has: Mich vast: resources of, capital city of our own far Southern! :State:
1'1 I j jusimmon' : trees: have: been! intiv- planted one }'!.-:\I' ,II i/i i, a" Im.1tal..It t : and this: are sorry a:* :
I I. .,n" thrifty\:; la growth! .11I01 l, no ilotibl I year he gathered n crop of :i)1);: as: line i our city's: iVilitM-s Mrl I 111...ines"and }benefit soil as this great < inlf Hammock of Le\y \\'(' need peculiar laws suited to on. !situation -

', :cM !frcvly. Walnut an.l pn-m: trees poach as we have: f'\' '\, !i'I'i. II i.< gist crop : and :nhance our fitrxx.ird movement to county It has a subsoil of clay and lime and tilacefS often nr oiluer* 'God tin(

.. ': i i 'r-illy on hiek'JI'}'--hl':1I'i!*: !land.\ Figs, I will be proportionately lart'e, and his Su rind have another wharflth railroad l connee- which makes it inexhaustible. Tropical present rules strangely out of tune I I"I'> on1:

.uul berries In !lnre, varieties, abound.\ I j lc'I"I\'f\ peas: for; this year i JMIOW in full bear t'In.-! -/'Nf"I"' a'1rtll fruits\ 11'1 well as vegetables of all kinds, city and island. The I person wh visits

.y: t'i"; of! flt'ld pea: ojin bo made in ordi-\ i ntr. I his r.lpct1l'! were heavily: frll tl'lt. /l1".lmrolltll. may be successfully grown there without :a Florida and returns without seei.iKey J ;

i r '.;- us, ami peanuts; gouVvi> ami chuiit and hh fitj trees arin !bearing; ; and, all!! from lint I'nXM.I.: : :' ( Colonel l Larkin :Smith: informs particle of manure., Onl rcrrnl'bit, care 11't'st'it Ii her rociwumt.s: her 1.Ittlla! ;
1 I"> "prod.ioed: without limit, J An1\ tuck. the! wiltl'o1oI1 in tle: short: tpaCUnf; : twillycu us that Ihoappriipnatioti 1 for dredging observation convinced us that( nearly all rinds: olives and other fruits: found. now Il'rl j

:\ number i of graces" nnkoexcelkiu: bay m.dui '". The doctor lia.s aNo given corisiderable our channil has: been'' expeiiiled. and (that tll :oI'a"l territory may be leclaimed by a I'bl in the Fnited State", I is like one \'isitinvItaly

: ll' ,'urwlt' : Tho 11,,, ,,:lt'Wl'l'I"1'0"1: : attention; to the raiding of poultry, :and, the dredge: ;: lea\c.sooii Ap.dachicol.i..\. little( diuhing ; a great 111-alll' it lies: high and never seeing Route .\1.; it I"

: lllxlIIl.lnt1.\I'\'I'rr kin I of stuck! : 1'1'1..1011. now has! smile[ a larj-v number.\ This show-t lie Says that our channel can be !deepened enough tilrr'IlltiVtliullvittil'Iltllnydratllagl: only tat miles from Ky't to 'Havana:

;' ..,lily 1111.1 fatten!, nod Bomo, planters( put what !knowledge;: ( a'ltlll1l1.r canbPor.n aceolupish.llilltln to a depth( of t twelve fivt at i low. tido except whatever. In :a few years sugar: farms: will all steamers: ply regularly in the winteimonth.2

it ip t' II' ha}'. It i i.* n tahtnI: : !t' substitute fur / ( rnrktr. at the month of the fiver: where the rockMioaN be opened in the hammock: that will rival in and fares: nre i reasonable ; and: wino

-. Oat* are becoming; u st:iple crop! and U"llIlf""ll.Ih : up to eight feci ; and to deepen thl'cllanlld extent, and productiveness' the famous sugarplantations would not like visiting Havana, the capitalof '
ry :Imlayh'Hitlcso., Imm'liauurIisplanted\; : \ f'orsTY lr.tns.1.tutLs: in I IJradford :: at that point it will t require\ he of ( Cuba.--',(' ,' A"I'/I./0l/1'1I1/1. (the ((2UI'CI of the Antilles ? '1'h' day is:

!, ; all whn' cultivate the soil, unit l in 1'1'.11'1'thJ county arc nn\v; worth from :$I.2."> to think; about $11,000; )( It !is: highly Important .11" Plum. not far distant W"l'l Key) West. will be morefully

: to the! intelligence! alll I thoroiighiics, of :$$.00 and $IO.K( ) per ;acre.e! till 1m cplenty that a large appropiialion be made I by I the Tin: Ni.w: CnruniT t'ltI\-Thl"h'll l'a.thlll kllWI and :11'I'l'dltcl1-K. .". lice'

tilt i is the product. On) i land that could he of public lands t11Ij"I't.lo entry JI r. next Congress, 1',1 that ,limo work can be completed of the new Mothoili-t: church at Citra: O"I"tIII.

quote t.' yield, I an U\"CI'uJ.r:: sixty lni-heb" .of I 8. .1. Templi', one of our largest: :saw: ,mill, by the time thi-i: p'lint is readied by last: Sunday was witnessed: by the largestgathering Opts Iyr,

u'rn' > '. :hue af;tv, the majority of mir farmers ten, has: a large body of land I lying within (the railroads' : projected it, one or more I of \\'' have seen :since the election. Albert I I Hid well, proprietor of the Arlington

HI'' 'otlttaltwith twenty-nvo.. i'hccemewith easy access of the city, which he is! tillering! ; which will probably be here by January, 'i'hethuds was packed, from I theentrancelo Nurseries of .Jacksonville! has ie

.' .:"''I] the I'IIUI.ll'ln! bo worked: ( ins ali to srf flogs!! on very reasonable. and accommodating : I ItVVe:! specially: commend this matter to the pulpit, and at least one hundred, could! foully arranged l for the purchase ,11 (line

".,,; v to have been a drawback: :, to planting: : tcrjn.. He is I oiliring a body lit'i,- our members I of Congress, and would also not get admittance. Ocnla sent HKI' ) representatives tract of land adjacent tin Orlando, fur tint

1. \\ am-.* :and, giving tluin belter enliivaly HOO acre from whiclt! .settlers can\ 'l.it'd111:111: : suggest that the town and our business: '1Il'1IInll'I'I'o.t ; Hawthorne, I'_'.Anthony; Place purpose of transferring his", IJ inl':- ',> tin

t ''I I.i ] improved mcthodofcioppin.ilhei ;: ( or large tracts to suit themselves as near' ora : themsi-lvcs: urging it on their at- I and 1 other !stations along tho lill01' the 1'e- poition of South Fluri.1. 11 Ir. Bidwel is

i demand' \ for corn could heMipphe' ; I by far away from town as may "l'dt1'il'l'll- te'ition.! 1 ( is not the fertility the soil ninsnlar I'ailroad l and the neighbors in the one of the most .successful! I alli.l! } known

t'" t farnors to the consumers! of the county.'s ::!irXi' Ttleymph.LKK so much! as: it I is the climate which CIlI1o.ti-1: vicinity' of the lake, for several milesaround: nursery men in the [IIll'll States :.md m huts

I ll': ; \destined: ( take 1)u'-Itiu)1 a" n staple, ('''/11 mlJI". 1 lutes S, mill Florida's recommendation lilli' turned out f'It11'1,.'''. FilII.111'. ( hundred! long bI'1 engaged I in the hrh'a.'.:111 nf

(" '; >. li th a> a forage: !plant and a table no- ("ITV'H UM-OUT KKOM SCITCMHM: 1 TO though, the soil is by. no means so poor as lieu'Pit'vire present. An excellent seimon tropical and semi-tropical fruits' am''I! plants

l'I'i i '. The highland variety is now ruin Noviimima I lSI.-I: helots we give a :statement < its general appearance would seem to indicate. was preached, ,by Kev.: Dr. Heidi[ formerly.f This industry, which he has heretofore1 l'OI'

(I. ; \' ': much uttl'l)tioll. It grows largo: of Cotton, cotton Ted,, hides, oal-t, tile, We think, on the contrary: it is: a Atlanta, but now (President: of La< ;irange Female ducted largely( in green-houses! an I under

+ !ti ins'! ''tall(, crowned with abundant grain, shipped from the Lake City depot for the glen( mistake to endeavor to represent' our College. .\ collection was taken up, glass, he believes can be 1'I11.Cl..ftl.I.; managed .

id.I it ."lllt be made, to average forty bushelsi two months! cndin;; November I 18*<1. It soil as being; better than it naturally is. ItS and when the plates' were returned to the !In this favored locality in the open air

i i fll't'rl'. Lately: patented u-hiticry for mur.t be remembered, that the cotton season ; indeed, rather fii.'tiinate\ that the peninsula altar and Ihe nickte.s counted, they amounted and it Is this conviction which has decided

,.1''i inin'r rune is ready: t to I bo introduce! hyit is tardy: this&\: year, owing to the planters of 1'lorida does not p'i.s.sf.ss' : I tin) rich alluvi.il to something upwards. of four hundred I 1 him in this ('a!( The future prosperity (.1

!' \iiitor-livinii! hero. .Arrowroot cassava, ill;; advantage of the :almost (tllk'I'I s ilill found in Louisiana; for if it did it and thirty dollars. This .'\11111. we understand South Florida is going to depend I. largely

kitiupty, and other starch roots 1I1\1111'bli fine picking; season. 11l1\11,11l/iU! lie. would! be entirely too sickly tll'l' the resort was large enough to pay oil' f the indebtedness upon the success or f.llllt of such experiments

I Iii d! ,-wiit potatoes I lanyass, cabhages; and in mind that Irllllul'fWIn (this county is fur invalids and toutNti seeking: a mild winter of the church, and provide some! : by men of I intelligence' and (enterprise

i i' :p'unpkins !squashes' : turnips parsti i shipped! from U.'e Olu.steu andVelborn( depots. d' lllall'. As it is, jho ';'Iill'! suited for 1I1.' 'llflllllrtidl'i besides.: Alter the services like Ir, Hilw"! Wo arc glad to welcome

Ile! riii'iimber-i\ tOlnaIOI'iI'g-plallts., \ .. (: A\ve have: placed a safe tiguie; in making the tropical' and semi-tr>pical fruits, wln :-'e a l'ltllt1illllilllll'I' was :spread, which proved 1 him, and, hope that the most gratifying: success

,,'.t:1). !Lc..is, radishes! and melons ,of many the estimate to find the& value. of bbipmenN growth our climate favors.: ; +. ,,'to do not want nn11)1efnrmilluud the fragments that were will attend (his efforts", here. The more

; .-i u'-, grow us well anal to us large! sizes 1'1'011UtiI' city depot : 010 bale.s; sea it understood: however that! in the 1 foregoing left would fill many: baskets. The church is men of this 1'It\11 wo havo the l'r.! ., inviting ,
.i 'ai:!- they: anywhere in the worlil. The i..I..n.II..Uol1"lIllIt.. lilt $9i! ) bale 1 $ ) the
\ per .s l.tliM ; ; we mean to.lis'mtri.'uurMolt: ( : :; or apologie a credit to tin county. It ii built in goo'Style 1 our Itrliol 11 State will he'l ide.Ommje .-
\1 .h.I. ; i.-. -i rage: is abundant: In'lgoutl fur the 15'jno: ] iotinds hides\ at IL'C: : per pound" 81.o lJ l- for its: absi-iic-i.. of excessive natural fertility and furnished' with uicepew.clluolc: t County Hejmrlcr.I'ulntint..
a I ; I' 'Il..! the ye.ir: during;\ which .kino', :-:!!J ; I P.H tons: cotton set'ilat $11 t per ton, ; liers bell halll
I r.s: the latter is adequate'( for any industrious : a olllcllrgall, l'll'-Messrs.Harris : ,
,.' I' g .itt, hoises! mules and: hog-,: keep! Tl.Tl'JV! :! ; : ;; sacks: oats, at : ptr' : :sack :>lih; ; : farmer" / do wl'll.-SIIII/tll/d Tribune.I. / and IINhop: the owners of the mammoth Tin C ht\O: : <11.t.sllalr ut thu, season
,.it \Vitu winter i provision for animalr.iliii' \-, (10,000( pnundd: moss, ate/ JUT po.md'M. \ -
of of the ,
lake
Orange in this
,' .con.DKVIIIOK groves county, year speculation as to th<' incoming -
> '; ,' would be a better business! $! -\IlI\! ->j.: \\*e will add to this next issue the '
llox..1. C'. :u rnulkingtirrtiaraliunyaunt' WiIIl'IIIIIIIIl'lIec'lIarll'IllI orange is: matter of daily
( WALK KB.: -We me I occurrence
'I. > I : cotton. The c'rol
ilt.vutinj: ; growing of amount and value of wool and lumber
pained' to bear of (the death of this gentleman their fruit in about ten clays not ull) among' those t I intenstcd I i in
t''I.' > i'loin! CII0,1[ li
"J' a new industry which
: our reporter neglected to take from
MI .' '! : which took place at his residence: h inad They have excellent shipping i facilities 'I'htI'rlsiunlar : tho fruit ina commercial: L} This' yearso '
soi'.ly; introduced by 1I. iaitenza.: n the company's h<}ok". The shipment of
i1, j is I, < "dcn county on Saturday evening; last.lie I:tail mad runs on (the dividing\ ; far from being tin exception to thgem.r
I 'all.: >-1 I'ligiged; : in cigar: munufaetur- and will commence this month.To .
syrup sugar
line of the two groves.: ISoth gentlemen iii! rule, is one of circulu
watlie son of lln- lat.: leorgo K. Walker peculiar: -tumcc
.i i i it bid fair to become a !large; and the kindness of our alFable railroad agents
ii ill '.<'' 'm.:iking one Surar-cane another at this place we aro indebted for our ability' and nephew of Judge 1 11>, Walker, Sr., ha\oereettuI large packing-houses: and till and \\ sec indications on every stit: > ul a
: ) : of this", city. Tlio tli"l'a"C..r which he died railroad company' has given each a side disposition to !impart; reliable lf"l'lIlati'J t tthu I"""
to give to the the above
community
correct
,lirat; i was contracted while superintending( thefullllmentof track Jetting( : their crops! to market has public as to the forthcoming
btatement of the l.rL of
export part their crl\
t' "' "iu a- and syrup wade from cane ii i: for 1'1'1)tll1cc.-I"I.C City Jitpurler.Cofio.v / a eon tract\ I for l building i I the I'lii- -retofore been a great drawback and annoyance of I'lit'c have taken nome pains tl) il'

,. I-L and! not for export. The adapt.i- ( Irte.u1.iIaaa-11'e11uicet1during! ( Mteola; Atlantic Kailro.in: which enterprise 1 but this !is now happily over form ourselves as to the crop and its condition

)In'' ;" .. of ilie: soil and climate to the cultivati this week farmers living at distances from he took warm interest. As a citizenMr. cosmic 'Iheir crop this year will be about in oho counties bordering on time t-t
Walker held! in the the same as last r'ar.-(J"II( wa the
: highest esteem.
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i i oi ; ;i lr-cune must be recognise I by the Lake City, varying from twenty to I fifty give results -
fad t t'i: nearly firmer In I IsTS he was: nominated: the Democratic.candidate Fourteen miles: from Ocala there J id a tract of our efforts as'" l follows : The[ '|
every ; annually miles, hauling their -coiton to this mar Prep
for the of land containing :ini" ') acres, which ])1'. will exceed that of last
'ii "- .1 "IT ip of it, and pays: much mitten ket. Tbi.s is due to the business of our im"1- State senate from li.iiNdcricounty ; : year by 10( to 1;pt'rI'C'II
i '! t"i it ,: to lilt corn and coitoM.! Sugar chants; in( offering inducement to thu ami was elected in a district which Unit, one of our most prominent citizenstinrehitgel but the average quality: of the fruit t I-

I 1\ !n'.', being! hea\y ait idea to transport; \ superior to other places: and the producer excellency then for; the first: (tint intv Irf'JS'; failed to six years ago for the. sum of j Oils; ), much: hitter than ('\l before. TIll orange

'i i',i n": i.igo prohibitory and the market : of our ginning e",tabli>iimc-nts in choose a t Kepublican: senator lie I pruye'1Iliuiscll'mui and Which! w c. learn, h<' sold last week for will average larger and brighter; t.\1 luna'and .

v.l-1.!! ill, no Inducements( to make prep-iring the, staple! for market, besides we : enlightend 1 legislator: : and won the .sum of :*::$.:_">.i. This is only one III' till groves of one hundred tlJU"IIII",1:

: . -- for U pOl't. Nor will a change! ; understand that nUI1or the numerous distinction by his unselfish, devotion to the many instance: we might cite as indicating' upwards will run very uliflrl as tu'iuJliy.|

Hi ,i I'd! the! lat".t inipri\ed( 1Il\dl .lt'rr gins dotted throughout the country, run J bywaterpower interests ,if the Suite. )((1'. Walker was the increase in value of real e..tate in this Some largo! groves the fruit of w:0'!: :"I ha*

'' '.-' -1 I' > prepare all the l'Iu"Ci of curl have shut down, on !ucc'unlri f 1lt1tl'lllir his integrity character; Insatiability : county during the pat few years, Laud Ill'I'1 heretofore' classed a! good, and thi-
I
,1' irfo..' the trade are introduced: I the long drouth. (;uod pncv.a.'O: paid for of inanmT, his moral walk and time that can now be bought (for from $10 to $:I u 1), )year Hinall: rusty and 1lrt or le-n ati"l'ttd

1 "i.i.l, : ; >U are bogianingto: lei'.rn that sea Mund in this market--l. kc Gity !AVr- shire: ily of hifriendsliip.I i These elements, per acre, 1 lying close: up) to transpojtation, with insect, and) again proves that I.:. '.0 produced
:'i, 5 secured for him the love and will, within the next three or four rather inferior
bl">. sis will a, ottoa: factoiiedo err, respect of his years tri t will this Y1
,: 'itahlUJictl where the j.uv mateliul lIlt t.'tll. associates Lad neighb..rs; who will join their more than double in value and! wo know ofno turn out some of the bt fruit in the Stati

". cotton i.- the main ta..lc.llf. '1'uxla.ex; 't uttIartrraJACasnsvna.n.-.1t regret at lib une.\peited death with the Investment from which till capitalist The salts of the fruit III .)1 about hal.a uo-

.. I ll is the .ou island, or I I 1.1t: \'. sta- the next meeting of the City Council a petition grief: and sorrows of !liU relatives and thecommunity could make greater profit than the pnrcha-u 11.1 groves has to I c'rt11 extent dmorai

: !.' ; and' the btiperiority of th} liber! will be presented asking }permia:ion to gi'iier.illy. The remains of the of these same lands.- Licun.Monroe. iicd thu '"Uarl.d, but we look to -cttled

goer', in the 'markets of eiavannah; creel pok-n for win. to be usedia lighting, dcceu.'ed were brought to this city yesterday" price for fruit at the grove which will pay

1 i .1 i' m:\ and Liverp.,ol. It In ned for various places of business in the city by evening; and Were buiied this 'moiningtit KEY Wi>r.-This weird tropical We! the tlC producer fair price, and allow u margin
'..r-thital. laces 11 o'clock, fr.j.n the 1: church.Floriitittn. most southern of Unc-h for '
and the fiK'-t: whitoII.llIearJr electricity.! ipiscoj .-- Ham's great dominions buyers.! COlllhlol men Im\1 lived
; .\ the wlmle' crop jteiaerohst TUB U\t-1'I.e: Hoard of lllot Commi.> I is a gem of nn ordinary caste! ; a weebit fIT the profit of Florida or\ICJton ; t-nough
,"r A' .'mtil'. Some it will bo ..,._.. __ u_ __ > Levy. of land Covered with the Kfrnnco trimicul.. and ought in justice
day spun autl I"I1IIHm'" imru receiver repiris( irom Captains] -----.0- .. & .. ..t. growers b<, themselves.
TUB (;
w '.v.-tj ut home, and the munufaLtured urti- John Johnson and 1 U. 11. Uitimcr, Jamesl'alany IU' )H.\MM H'K.We learn from the plants and fruits, ever blooming (flowers, sell ut home, and not ship on t'olsIAIICUt

,'I 11'-+ e.\p..ited ovir the commercial world.Mr and William J/uu6e relative to the clever proprietor' of the Gulf IlaminoekJiuuse with u climate as'temperate and ns free from If the commission! men who Mich splen<
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,Ii., 1"" .1lI'uclile. Captain (!. it. Win ale. that rapid cold vrinds did I
biting inducements
condition of the St. Johns bar for the weekending as Southern Italy. Coi-oa- can t-cll 1 fruit why don't
and
II 1'. Den ton, revenue collector, has :Saturday, October inh. Daring the nuhfttuntial; I improvements, both, present nuts trees, graceful and piclurescue ; datesas they prove their faith by buying 11,1 pay.
and
n..ule. me" trip around of prospective" art the order of the day in '" luxuriant and delicious' lug for (thu
a poriion the
count week these gentlemen piloted in four vessel as ever grew !in oranges they want.-The cy-
that
TJZ-payirsarecuulplatnhlgcoti: and took section. Among; many other-, who Arabia's burning sand! tamarind urunt'lf'' press timber on St. Johns
t'tertbty river
H < out, and report thirteen<< feet ofwater havo ; ; tlC may bo
<,'u> a.. ".uut of high taxation. Many mJt on the: bar at high; tide. tlemen gone there recently tho fulluwhlggrn. and Spanish (lime trees ; the thorny cactus, said to be nlmo.it. illxlltihlt. In quality(
"II'" nt the de-serve particular ,u IItion. 1 IM.-CJIUSO:
( it
appointed time including theIerflll will
and plate, thitsk- SOME IIJUE 1'i.e\Htvr ('(cochineal: grow in compare favorably with thatofasiy
riot-KOi. it U
"' '- :'h.-ir' taxed would be the Same as last month of October -Iuringthe ; Mipp-Mcd[ that they have iiieam and enterprino endless variety, shading the We and giving : other I locality in the world The tr.l are in
.", arid' brought 1.5JO boxes of oranges; fc'itHcivnt foa'-complish) u great deal : it that seize '
only that muuunt ; but (pulsed: tJirough, the city of which tropical appearance peculiar to West many of tlt1 showing! ; u trunk
w' -n, they number\ \ Mr, I.ishop and! Lou. of Ohio, who haveuwime' IndiaVities. el'ul
came to settle found for
they hadiny something that the traveler ono free
expects \ ft'ct-tllit'I
the Okthmnkcc ) '
brought ua boxerf. Thesejranuco land in frmlalIcfl'.t \
: m the liuUII1ttk for BOIII time ( calenlaled
cllou h. Hence to /find Ids to it
ton&iderable"iilaint on visit: to of Florida injure" hnliairits
for the ,. any port 1.1
( in< t part, were mull arrived value. Of thu
very on Monday last and to locate cypress
are
the
among ai well projiose but brat
: as Incuiivenk-nce only seeu'ht, Monroe count '. Thu, malll
averaging eighty-five; to the box. This tbti. and ) bhingics,, us well slaw,
plant at plank tor
h.tt''t'n} |! (" { to taX-l'aYt'N.-Uy the a grove oiuv. her fJIeniross buildings of land : 1'11 the
bteam- : our City areaho
,< slate mukcfc u total of :Y1tit (J oranges; and! wife who ubu keep;: manufacture of kugltr-tuumxe'a and l l.rres.!
t .M. arrived
< an.I City idiot nienlly lug with her The trees
hjpment made l tropical growth, one-story principally a re girdle I, 11.1 when they become
bippe! through the
N1w York on Saturday will! reach city during; the pttstmonth. I I from Knglanl: ; I, prop.we; buying; land andfommuncin \ with low flat roof, of the dead, are cut and allowed to lie
This dues many piuzius ulli I II'l.th.
.. very well considering the ct when
sums,
'. :aii they (
-\ : the following orange grove on un cxtenfcive are J
i'Lurndayr and thale.lly lattice-work where 0
'i-. ..1.:1'1'd: Pram ; fact: that oraiiijen a- unusually late this ,(N-;du imme\ Mr. Evans: whpurchaifd loun;; swamps and rut rit to the millwhere they
New york on u'tdnes- < lug ii: a hammock, fanned by the delightful,, / arc sawed into lucmhit'r.-1'ul'dk.111ritd.
: ;d 1 r- icJi till!> plarethefoUnwiue Slunuuy. yt-ar. lie Ma mm pl.icy last year, is trade winds the evening iewta( is .
Tua rn/IIT.-Tb. enjoyed.
fiit regular shipment of planting;, out a i large number of orange; trees On the W"t, the frill Sot Ice to 7'u..
great of "Ie/
picked ftrrirvd in (him. Mexico on
-. '. since wo orange city on Tuw- Will nuking other improvements. 11 Ir. jFt j-'. {). the cast the Atlantic between lul now ready to J'dve State ai.d Conn-
>THte l the of ; such
M A. place day: evcnlns$ on thettwtmtr (jU4pw, there !tiituiu;, of :\,"\' V.rk, has b'night site J"'. the giantsof ty Taxes Msetl }year Iv si, m \'
4'ehhmx, shout one mile from being iu nit two hunlre and .#"*nty.illt' X. JliUttr lJ1aIft, ttnd will .ea ul\lllan..lllY thu waters of each, utlkv, in tho />!; *-MIbuiij\
i 1'1'urst trw cut a lira"hW Ibis ll'ivvtry isle l with her fifteen "tr\.t. .
vra nn &.tit. pbe boxeL Within ons hour: uAr UH* w'rluPrlujnlett l'l.lJu ttlJrattt'xt thousand I of 'hl.1 ,
u .iv. year ngo, ludit U now a vtCJv.B Ue unaaiee : L phut; out n iu-ri. of Inhabitant*, I lay n inns thrive of h..lUottrl WABHKN. Situ.?.
sere iu 'n4nd >
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w (llctor
a ** rwajr eUnro-l, iu ut'Jlv; tree. oils ouU. Our people err Nvuliar in .'oiie, I'Vrnanilina. of HI'\'ulc, FJa., Oct I'-r'her Nus 13.>tt't 1":1 t'IIIr:






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: use keeping it for ate" said t-;Ir. Holt.l -I'I wa tl"1 on his ."1l'l'beside her, feeling tmn ? (oh, }beaten how di'i'rentrifler; nf, \clrtlt'lt In life lute t i N- "'

the programme was made out. and what ,! ami.**. their feelings mu-t have been ? He, len nrlde on "Animal I '
dinner wrv< over t the! girl" wintniv Will you please go and them at mourning ; and/ see. willing!! "traightwny which, we tlke the liberty of 11'1 il l.. '

) change their drf-1 and make ready. + I h 11 1( Dr. Cameron' that tcl one may listen to the love'ows of another, lan : It following"Chnptrr on Meat. i .
r \ 1 walk. I ioiio nnd help ino? Our home is only wn with a gray, hatvmd: fter i. Mi.t. th.. : young] lit of the render of, the 1.I; ,
1 : olw\ '" a 1Jr.1\1Iurl: :! to I them to pi to I few Hold l.d t'\1 tlll'l to the ng1!.rt." : man at last t T"lil:1\.1: in the lnb.' (.' .ulli to The writer rcfirn-d! t'., : II'ltrll .
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: ) )rar "'.o." )lent had long ago an I I1at 1 1 better you, ton "elf 1 think," his lodging, to hi" over-cooked meat as nb olutely ticccv";ai I :,
t : ."' that be meant .never to married, said) Colin. Ill u manage to walk ?" dinner, and[ to ..1tlrhcl. rl.'tk.s !!eep and I !trengtb, but i it fol j'. ,
| t ': 1 I be "just I like C'oiHn 1 Mar' >'." J II1 I helped her to>' tile! and they. went n few Having a hrl\'slulll: I (tli.l totht! >'.u' "a.f obtaining roneentraU' 1 '

if you could! be." I.lIct IH"'rl't' her big, steps, but he felt thoqtiivcr of pain that LvcntIhruttgh self more;: .. Iltn his work, and Lio'-I. C.tll..e. wlln' mostly on u '.
t I *>y brother Tom., her n" the hurt foot touched the f''rllH hi trouble : but it was very compelled to COlmnll a lar., .'

Ftirnivnl WT a tall graceful woman ground, and I toppe:. work, and as rhri'tmas approached he got 1 bulk in order to ( nir"/I":+ .
F i \ tender face: : framed in hair which had Y"I.tHUt let tnt carry you. please.: You friend! to l I' "k alter ilia patients!, and thl"l enough to feed their !I'S :I ; .
I : ; los-t it* color mind turned gray. She won't t mind ? I ('I"'. qnllfc easily.! !started for Scotland.: The weather was very means of Irollrln/health an I ,
; ;1 in "The (Church\ house" where !she Th'rl wa n" mttdi commnmla!request! in severe, and henc.tred! I I I hi* forth1ire!' home Meats, lie di\M.,i ,

I [ ) .''' born, lather and mother, broth hid word. and in a moment: HIHccwa"' lifted n tremendous snowstorm came on and clashes-red 111 white These d.in ..: .
r : si i..ft'r", had .h'l'lIrl111I11I1 I he was in his strong nrl!. blocked his \\':}'. nnd when nt hut ho I their ntc1 n 'i.f 'icl1lt "', .

,. ; nnd yet were its! rambling t tnl -"anw, 'hrol.h 'two fields they WIt Then reached Kl/owan the illness he had been Ucd meats have the ll' 0'i.; :.
t \ parlors i its!! ,.ld"fa>bioncd gurdfti, : the dIn silence the: ahead struggling against for week!lllz,1 and utterly gcnoii" alI'o nutritious mat-1 :., .
unit I'll'nlIIlJI placc, idiotic upon by !WII\ with n !bang, and I''llicc aid quick- prostrated him. Helplc as a baby, meats are less concentrated, are m":

( !! '1' !serene eyes and mnilc merry 1" racked, with pain, :!{IIIt.l. hllth. belay, contain a less per: cent of uirlp':, ...
,I i ) voices of the I children and yonne oh. please-, set me .hwl., Dr.[ Cameron. while his little sa,l-t-ycd. !tlall, t, gray-'- rial and. s-o are less I :, .'II' .
E t i she ddiglitctl/ l to have about her. Mr.[ That i is my father 1 expect, come,to look for haired mother tlittcd about hie room and. easily digested than red.

t' of l Dorley) Mrnngn, washer! cousin+ :and 1( and he will be si frhhtencI"h waited on br'all. hand i and foot, nll.l prayed The red meats include beef, \ > ..
I : children: <'ouin I lass- was the N> Colin placed )h : and in aminute to Heaven to help m 1 her boy to \ venison, game, poultry ', duckr, :' 'i

I I of nil !good l 11I1t1!!". :Hhe waY to up came Mr( Holt's stalwart figure. \\a'i the crisi i" had'I comeandpas!ed.l and and one k I.luf iish-salmon. \i '
I the grand designer, of 1hri 'trna"framf:! Kllice: had, blcl afraid of her father icing, be WI! beginning to 11"1.1. he n ked. her include pOllr', fish and sh< !l i;: .
but bis alarm what the of the month? The 10th: white i is nutrition ,
II'I, the giver of ('harmlnI'r( alarmed can't sty was removed was day Jlnt : .:
t the organizer of picnic" in the plruiiint when he saw his IJIIice; standing !in of Jallahe -aid it wa' and Colin turnedIns dim-sted., as a rule.Young .

r : (' time, the l>f" !! of nil comforter- She( it wa who! her he did not kinnt from Adam.She he in the lied: :, by this time, slay Ho nutritious than older wntYen' .
i ; Elliee: : into Miildlehnm. \ p'pry1'1'1.. for cried out as ha approached' : was not so wel alh'j this for a day or t two, i is hard and tough so' that th" II '-'

is ; le<-!vtndie! : it was who was keep Don't he frightewl. pupa:; I have only! and the t'\ in his mother's face hie nnd nutritious meat CJIIK-S f- .
I + at school for another year. There hurt my foot, and hr. C'amcroiiw\ been so faded, ; but again strength 'returned and that are in middle life.

a ) end. to ('Otlatltaty! ( 's kia'llles5e9.: good us to bring me hOlc." convalescence, and in the late days of 1'eb- Animals: are usually killed 1 1%. L'1 .
3 3i girls were n" merry as, larkv, and\ as "And. who the dance is Dr. UlCI'OI?" ruary ho was back in Middleham and. at because the meat is w hiter nnd K. |I' '

# I as qin-t-iis( ''if that aid expression wa Mr. Hull's! Urn thought ; and it was work again. than if the: blood; rcmnimd I L... ,

i \! nnything), that unny June af with !')mc II',' that he made hi" acknoxvlod The town was placarded: in all direction !should(' bled to death, ns s""!| :a. .
f ; { as they covered) the village library ,n"iit ::1.1 remarked that ho with nnnttC'l'Jenl., in foot-long letters, III Meat( t'rlllrly cooked i I" more" .
and told, Miss Fiirnival the li'), t (irlLee( nnd' ISello were doubling and I "I fearIi-' Holt's foot I! rather badly "peak on the burning 'questions of the day ; to hardiics. increases the labor 'oi( i ition I''

the covers and lllire with a big) ,laJa I1 sir and on-'ht to have immcili'ite'! and on the evening! of thi" cn'lt. Dr. Cameron and iliircsti. and loses i it- j i"\ '

I ( over her pretty "fink dress", was: past- nlhllon. ":lj' c >linS }honestly kindly was one In tin-. m rent crowd of excited yielding nourishment to those nhm >,,-
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y I :rm doc'or aft11ftwill,1 fall be glad,l to people who waited t for the I opening t > of the it. Haw: meat is more nutritious th.i\, .

,' had. \\'eelllmr,1, at work fir two hour": give my u"i..tallte. if y'o uln1I'." doors of the great town hall. His head! was which! is much cooked. Nearly .+i I'! .,V V
: : ;.- piles of clean tidy t bOnk were al So tl'rl was nothing for hlt say: well above most people's, 1111' tutu ::" waslooking cooking':: meat removes some of thment. ;
.1 complete,1 when handmaid; \ Jenny ye"." anti between her;two helper Kllice: round, he saw, a .', from him, The best vmi'ofeumnkingthl.nwlkh } : ;- ,
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+ 1 \ I the door. at last got home. T'ic'! foot, was fltl.' to he a tall, eld'Tly gentleman of hid acquaintance' renders the meat more easily 111!;_, .'
ma'ani. want to the doctor carefully i and said- ble and most nutritious.
: : gentleman/ 1.Il'a"e. : badly prlllH.1 : hilllb wIl 10'\1.'
+ In the library he i i", I please.I 'iy." :, and then strode, off to :Middleham.lie ( (aJcron (Olad" to sec \0\back.Hotter Stewing properly! Mc ir-5 these 101 1 ., .
: IH! handed l Mi"s I F'lirnival a card. Thc had: thought about Kllice: Holt at thebeginning eh ? Can you get to mo o And as than any' 01 her. Uonsting: ('III' tH'j'! i -, "
F [\ !' looked! at it wondcringly.' and then! of his evening walk and( now, the people between j.aycthe young doctorpassageroom curing all: the nutrition the fo'm d l i ,-,!.; y

I t room and. crossed the hall holding after ti i.small' adventure' what wonder that he continued, I have foolishly and milking it easyof digestion., In i iing. r '. .' .
+ I her hand: Who could. John ('rltni he thought! more? IIi" profession m made+ \"ielded, to the entreaties of two politicallyminded as in all other! 1S'nys..f cooking, nu ." t
I 1 ,, 11. D.," I be? him keen in reading character, and.1 this little young ladies. who wanted to wish to retain as much as lei ..ill\.t th." .'

young man, standing, by the win glimpse of the girl had shown him much. hear the great man, and my word. Idon't tritious ihment" in the l1 alo I ,
I : I turned, -> she' C'lItIl'l.1! nnd I bowed, nail Couragio'is she Ill t be. mural, thoughtful for like tny job I wi" 1111 would: take place it before, n hot fire, or in a 11"I j

:a !sniilo, as he gave; : her a letter : others, and what a good sort, of a home she"coined care of one of them. You know Miss Holt, the Oltt of tlc process and( so 101.1'11. t1 r !!.. :r
1 \\ explain! my intrusion, madam.: :' to have: What I sweet motherly I think ?" nlkr part, al.1 prevent the .
I : rurnival read. : face JIr[ +. Holt bad all how fund, of ouch; Cllln'l heart gave: a great throb, fur there, of the{ albumen and other nutritionpi, :;:. .' k

I /' alii,{ friend, .)['"'.'/ }'w'lIjI, : (it herall the pirls 1:111'.Ihen! ti young) 11,1'cl, as Klliee Holt'-fandiiigby: a pillar. Ill'
; : I l bv a silo wind that you arc still man got back, to hi* lodgings and found, everybody As she saw him, :jlat shy light came into ]toiling is a wasteful way of elkin.r., -

r ) at Hurley.') Long years) have passed, gone to lied, and his prim \inrly 1')1 her face., Il 1.\.le li' way to !ta1lgrotl.t less we secure the water enriched by the :i '-
: met ;; but it is j to mean impossible in darkness, the place looked very dreary in I" her., :1.1IJcut down :1(1 buineti that has exuded. from the; 11." ''
p' ; to think that my school' !sweetheart: contrast with that !!lower-"cont''d. lanip-lit to hl in a low voice toiling extracts twenty to thirty per' c.-n- V .:(
/ : can have cast out an ..affection.. In parlor at J'JrlOraH( !!' and its gentle hOle "It wi.l'I me to take care of MissHolt thc urishment the mass! o'f 111'it c '.-
t ) < + ; [ : .l to let ." tams-it removes large cent of f .
IIH\\'t.Ic'irc,1 my good 1 :.son to, call 1 presences. 1( wfl.1 certainly re")jiond 1C'ailili : per tIl : -
: I, / ; you. I want to hear about von, and I the bidding Ir Holt bad given h\n. ali \ in an ever-tldckenlmr crowd for I :panic matter and mincr.yl, salts th.it.-i :' -_ .
I ; t t 1 I \ will n,aln. How Kllice: had said an hour is under ordinarycircumstance" terns
: you to know lien You like !him go Jrltel'nly quarter IIt. HCC'\
; 'f l own worth, 1 well know : but at tint "Thank: you," ) 'Ie him (fondni t pleasant experience, but little If ) only N to be ,'111,111' '
: i : to him, fur the! sake of rlht" ail.how\ pretty she looked as she .1,1l'olil C'Hn\rll mind! his foot being hnul.IIH plun/ed I'lntIIoin: water, .\\i .,

t :l Your old (friend said it.! trll.le1 his hack: being, dug into ; these eared or labllu.111 lukr surfaie. 1! :.' .
I MAKOXKET HLAKK CAMEKO.V. thin!;" C\'C1 added, to his happincfor was big wa'r coagulates" the albumen in t'' ".
I" he not screening his "rosibud", from annoyance Jlat.l."ll'S, the nutritionprif: i.p'. "
I I 1 \ ( : I'ltrnival put out her hand, with (:or. ini-.T 1t. and, 'il.lt'c.l. d\'ll.,' her if truth within the nuts. The larger tin mi--; :'

\i\ ,' i i :; tIlC .". After this, though Dr. Main( l looked after must he told a quite share of air and meat, the trreat'r the amount of nntnin" .
'. .; is!: a pleasure to rut-, Dr. Cameron.( the foot, Colin walked over to the \ .'
: I : : : sprained ; the doors, "pHII.ull If the water in the 'I t -
J : I y : 1 : ) /) into the other 1'01111( 1han.\ tea Orange not guise ttly. Ho played lawn tallII-rIJ'l the rush n .l l..t. place, and after t a !I h.i"I'II"\! t i tbe ll..,.| n-" Ir'I widel. II > I '! _
\ ; ) "', and l tell me the history of t all l thl tennis with (;race: and, Hello, end cricket with time the orator was speaking. and the I inrsmall {piece", 1 1l' tl"ll'lt il ,10! \.0.-, ;.
great .u '
I year: It I is !so long; since I heard of thdilol.boy brothers ; while Jack and\ vat audience responding with ('ntll"la..tlc1lalt and n'r.Ih' lal..1 to boiling h'tt..1'' .
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"1r ;\ that really did "not leeoKid/e! Sybil were especially: devoted to him. Hut little did Colin hear. The tcr thiloilin! the meat (':1 Il of very I In .
.' : : I am :-'ol'rto' say. One alh'r"n. While Kllice was !ti revulsion from a sense of Implies I loto tie value, ,still i i" of some value in t'iii." :
I : voiuu\ man !stooped\ his, Mil head obliged to lie on the sofa, the children unbounded. almost dazed. him. The chopping .10. mixing it with I U, "-
: I t h the t two low doorways' and followed I i },angina! aho.it him Sybil on Ins knee and hall 1't was hot, and Kllice took' off her clove", and other veritable*. lltatll"
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; : : ', into a Ion.' quaint room m smelling; Jack, examining: a wonderful knife with nil and he sawher little dear left band. bare of It 1'11 wj-e.cu-toin in nearly :al i'j icomniunities i : t'
roses. Well!\ it might, for there were of tools combined with it, when '
: ) ; sorts: :\hl all rings-no fatall'Ialn: circlet Iherchell! to l.m.111 oup "I IP'i' :
'a'o! the mantel-piece, ro"ci; looking in said suddenly, : the proceedings' were nail they were the outset of the 1'nl because'lt i is ,i! '; :
,' j open\ wind' IW,. roses' in the middle of louse (:in't walk\ a bit. How did she for a chance to o\'r.get away, he said to directly by the and inn.tin''.-. '
] :HahI(., which stotid there ready, cu\- get h"ll\that night she' was hurt?" waltill': tern the blood and 1 nouii-bes the ti-u:: >;' "

f \. \ \ (billtwhite damask: and delicate Colin lavuhed: a" he looked I'I'O"S to Kllice "It is a curioii" question, but will youplease once. I enables the stomach to ci-il\:. ',

:i. J ; i 1 \ and. shining:; silver, nut 1 heaped-up and, said: I carried her." me ('on..II' full name ?- gc-t mort solid l food. that may be **>"l\\ JM.: .
i' { ':: '., stra vhurries. Was she heavy}' ?" inquired. \'Ioil that ( tel I knew your at bouse: !" within it. It hs'-tcns the l'\'r11! "I| t n I .

t the ceremony of introduction\ had '* Did you like carrying her' Jack. tiht is .Ir.(. IJraillonow your," 1 Kllice said with ga.tric juices, anti prepares the st' .nth, |L i V
r 1 I I duly l'el'l formed''I: :and... the Doctor was There was I little {pause, and' then the I II) c- its .lltl,' .
a look. '
t. 1 t f j \ : 1 I : !>! to Miss Furuial: he laJw''Ill\1)w\ tor !said. in a quiet tune : wondering"Ye". I kl.\... said poor" ( 'nll. with a Iruler I the must 1ltritl.J1 m.-at. slur! :
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1 I i \> at the three pretty girls whose. :acquaint Ye.. Jack: : great rush of : "IJlt is her is the most dUe-tible. anti i is j-roper' !t.. ., .
t ( he bad !so SUtUt'II1II.I!
i J'f'f:i' : : :another' in blalk.: and another all (hero'was a rosy glow(tit the face lying there, .Miratia nal Kllice." she' all.w.'T"1. Kveryono In\'llil-: lot suit the stomach. The writ r. I

,,1 :'t ( ; : like t the rose-. won'rll"than could be accounted. for l by calls her Kllice: ( was my co"i : 1.1ical, of forty years'11raetii, I I J. -
Kllice It was embarrassing to be! in the thnt.1 in
set light
"In "tr'ulll name" too, you see. and' wo had to make a seen' very f\w ewes indeed where muti;
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;'f t !I \ : : I trim, covered .up with one of :Susan1 through the low wlnd'I\'. ditlerence, wo called her (irace.i did not acne with the p..; K -
{ \ : kitchen! aprons' There came: a sick' time that ltttll in "Thank. you I ," said Colin. harder digi-tion than '.lllatl I'-!
g : ,*. :and I guests were all\ sorry when the Middleham( al.llr. Cameron was very busy fiber is close and hard. Y"li"Ol! 11\1"11 is n... -I -

+' t I t ( hour was pa-' ed.\ C'ulin t.aiiierun bad for weeks al11 \\'ck-l lighting di-ea-e :'llIolgth 1'.S 1sT III.No ble, but not enoiiiih so for invalids ant .:\ -
i V d!1 : : I so entirely thrown into the society of ,. children down in the squalid' !summerheated his peptics. The lUsh of ducks, gci-e and i .
i ; ; only, !since his .settlement at Mid'dle-!!'. I :tr'd' and backyardand! ; wbe-i .. grass ItlolI.l grow II.l'r ft stars.IOW. fowls is nut easily digested.: The \ mgrouse 1

i., \ : that I hi 1IIItil.\-alp"int.t hoard. and at last the ".I'"t was on'r and ho could f.1I he aid three as 11 o'clock the h011 dahe( was partridges and pheasants tl,1 II '.'
J5y
group to him like few evening hours his 0\\1 for a walk over Jxt ) ( ,
: ; ; If a glimpse into the 1luu"e ISeauti-: to Hurlehe) found the place empty of the rangerailing 'a..i11"01.1 easily digestive food. am:

f + : in I tunyan's allegory, while to his fel- presence: that had. made it dear Ut him. t,cite the so !is well littcd for the nouri-h.jifnt! : ;'
JIr( Holt. When she came, man II'
;F J :'\. the impromptu addition to their casually: it were. news of no importance, spoke( earnestly, with the ,'In'lu\younl 100.Im.l solids and diildnn. The tk-h of tl."I( '
of this intelligent, ho tell that daughter and nu niece
My
I : world-experienced was ; the with tears and smiles and sturgeon arc ( -1'':' ,
gave a peculiar interest and I piquancy l'tri'.with Miss 1-l-'umival. They Jotll'r"u 'XCl'pII'lS.ili"h
; I ; are gone to be Kllice would lie bled rot; as .'- t t'' ,
111.ll''h'n
.
the permission ( O"1 l
: I ;: ; in )Maty's always pleasant'! entertain will probablytny till the sprit That Wlhthe P\(I as po-sible. fish that contain lid.
: from the village, 'I'lletlhe'voultl a '
i : .. When tea was.,\.1 l Ir. Cameron ruse, beginning of'an: ill-tiule for,poor' Colin.He soon Il in her.Kllice'd h,1 are inure easily digestible th"contain -u' ''

\ \ ; : ; 'I with a ,.ll.tl'II" expression of regret at ( wasoverworked.nndtb.it hclhtCdtonlakehtui go 1\.1 had 1\.t been with much ns ceN. tlal ;,n i .
I \ \ : !! such good company': -.liIII\ \ must go anxious and\ di-tuibed at tho thought he-art Hul.rln had a The oflUh mlk'I. .
Dr., lain, the doctor, who:, had Il' hio Kiulisb I, rHdl'allhl'1 the fascinations happy unrest all the day uii "hI gone n 111'ln.' .I .
'il.lrl'
{ into tho \illago to quit t it by seeing some of p I ,.1.
\ him to come and consult with of Paris. From I time to time he beard the old people tvho.loukeulf'orhereutnlug whiI thel\','. Those that live int.... '
', ; Oi a dilllcult cii: :So, he was initiated. of her ; how they had been to 1'crsailtesund poor do not have t .
their best sunshine. IHI Wltl'It s" .s\\ ng.
easy geography.! Dorlev and and to balls and theatres, and as
welt F"ltaill'blI. fled bendin pure a flavor as those that live in ,
Paris 15ut) Hut all the quiet as. turning a 1"' V
i \ what a delightful place was. a streams.
Dr.) Cunuron f.wt.J running
the road, she met ,
: l afterward (iraco and JMIc) .
set l'li worse time was to come.Ono < >yterare ,lj .
: having a call to lake on ., dregs'' December afternoon ho waswalking face She tried to iccover her maidenlycomposure liirt-tible "tlnl.llutl'iti'.l" .
made remarkabout UI.1Iutritl"IU raw or -I ti \
\ while Kllice stay e.I to help Mi.' Furiii- up to his r"ul.to dine, when ho the ,weather.and He I some made.\'gUL no amWl'r.hut than when fried. The wl\1 hind !>._- | i-
\ ( nuuihur I the books, in bis friends Llewcllvn "t
: correspondence was jol l'dl"Iu: of properly fricassd.I. \ ,
t took her hand and said gently, earnestly area very 'ajiy < -
; : the catalogue. :hc would go home Cobbe by name, a merry. loquacious r ttlo- of food.M 0'
into her sweet, downca.-t face : fnrl
booking
fields
: : ; sue said I. later pate. knotwhat I have for. ,,at is a concentrattnl l food, andb."
I ; l : Cameron w. walking homo to \I(iii. Oh. I say Cameron You remember.lrchibtthul have"YOI it." come MayI mixed with vtvetals to f'lhll'l it e.i-u\. '' .
I : in the thiste the field Ur'aille "
: by \\ ? til le. Bulk uf'ft'oil. :
'( [ ; '.\' (toSillttviHuh i i. on the 'aIrUI. Ye said Dr. Cameron ; he CUl to S.'io stood .moment. quite silent and still. this contribute-i 1.'':> : \.
tom'I l Ii -
Then lifted her to his, and in them .n.1 Yegttal valuable n
: 1 : : ) \ 10"1Irl at the full was riaingclear' ( ""uy's',jut before I left. Hit I never. knewbun ho read>Ih the happy answer.t-yes much the amout.t of nouri-hn' i I""

I l ,I golden ; the air wu 1111 Jrr.Ult wdr" You may bo sure .Mr( *. Holt was at the yields as by the bulk it hh.-J/.li /. ;'
;
C i !a hhisiomiug! h".1 tl,' I ; : nightingale Wel. F"rlUl U raining favors on him
door waiting for and with her washer
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I 1 1' sjugiax in the larch spinney.. in shamefully partial fashion. He tu.m. I1.1-UINcc Xotlci;
husband who. Kllice into theembrace
r ; \ le.I.'il"l a j.t,.. l"ttillt. .'ljU\ ilmg la. gut I good appointment in IIU.Ia.. of shaI'ndwt'th the Otjice( ll'i r*-From Sr.t.gm: toMiwiey "Jon' I
.' t \ I ,, : ; loveliness of l he ,!".H\\ 1 larkinsabont tho! Continent l t monh doctor mutt' one told nrr him he had stolen marchupon ( Or.II'1 and Hegi-tered i 1 I., !: .
4 1 ; > l l I I in tlH sheet intluenco about. him! or tw,), and now. in Paris be luu picked' up his a JtMi.t.: M. to li.u-. M. ; and ""I .
that fr./1
b I : : : WII,1 turned to the ease !ht' bad been' ; a wife-and a )1I.I'h:11; lady Think of be him, lu.l {permlo..i'Jn was yet to 3:31: p. M. Miiidays from to t:1 t. \

.j. ; t ; over with Pro Main, and to an opera that You ml r.:1 letter if you like. to tn.They I tea all together, anti after .umn'.\L \. I l-EPlBTfBE: W3 OF Till \M.' .
l I tout tea \ take phuv to-morrow. It fun to superlatives these en : ,
hxetl js 111' \ fur Jack Mall" -Arrives daily at 11' _
\ ]{ with }hc"thoiufht* mhuled'} lt\'Iill of 1c.lli'ilw"I indulge II. We Ire not come w Illll\tllt xiine, chihhh game Dr. Cameron .urti Cluses .. ;) ml .

l I \ -! : ,.l .girl Wl: kind eyes anil l little to II\t I pass, Cameron1 ul.l b ].jetr { clever K.lue.}: ,!1.,'> tailed I ifs young man rattled on, his companion's rose and said" ho must (going. points north of Savannahuimilyrloses.
till looked the
"Mother lire-
J! : a pretty 1\1,.. She wa. o a'!,..-it tin, a:j Ia'.Irt stood still. lit hearth at, f Cher"llro-o with a tender glowing comical gal.., ,
: : would have: been if she had ii vedutul the letter! :
; This was hOt,, Trnutit
; ball settle or mid the two Cul, 11'
1 tho young 1:1 octet a tender thought 1)1 COUIF. : Thllkl for your congratulations kept their places n'1cmLruwc., after a -\r '..."U"i"JIj--........ .1' ,"", .

1 \ I Ins daughterU-ss widow oil mother in on my luck. Hat'un must end me KHiee: slowlyroot', \ {' moments llol'l ...."". ........................ -.
3 ; )' frugal home in tho North Country. another batch, fur I do not: goto India alonl. 1\l"e jilt ,) ) ?' """(,-
awont: out i the wit Iwrl'I'r. .
; .bird t ut t sin ceased I and 1 Colin strode Tho dearest sweetest and prettiest of 11t! hal Arrive*. .. .
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I Hi c.iu-ht shawl I the wall .... ...
i r l I Hut ho suddenly stopjK.nl, startltil, as, will acetnup any nu A> she hulls from theneighborhood and 1 ; it nl> >"pi, Il'. !frl'tL.I. tvnin ('It'sei ......... ........................
other know 1 'I
side high stile ho of MiddU'hnm wr.\'i..1
; I I on a a you may \
\ 4't. ;
,; t: !e: !h1 in: the still darkno JIbulti''Ill J.II1.. -
l seated on the grass, her,lam-Mis> !Holt. Mv l graceful, gracious on 1 .\ ................,.,.14)wi.t. M.
(, \ !s anything the matter Can I 11teIP : : ,' gives herv'Ifmo in fortnight .
I l'lw .. .00 :
lIi" There.'t itlt his tender: about ? .
strung arms
I : and. th.1 us I ho recognized the whi.' "ai by P. al.1 t O. on the 12th under tho shining ./. Jturift, mut T-ler't Ifm Jjol:
to
!! : tho t\\ili/ht. in of nest II.r. "Iar. pure hear .
il .
: 'lultluutlrttlc '
Tuesdays and ,, _
.J' heart lip* t. Ihk, ihev \rrn' FrS'lays
pure pure g. e
; l : What is{ tho matter, Mi* Holt? On some .\fty-dovU! >ed' pretext Colin Iurt .
i little llllicc ) vil'iowbrhger and strode their bcthruihul kila-l"u.lwU UQ ltthe( ( )1otdaysandThursdays > .I -
1 ( I 'r had 1..l.1'Cf'bravo till {juried from hi ). St. .M'iftft. ( a., ouly
kV [ bat the Midden : and caring, whither he /tIU -
; tr11IyIlt help along, Itt knowing, 'Ht Arrive Mondays( and Thursday .
| )( '' \ (\'" ""' alhllhl burst went, with a bitter pain clinging about his .I C1I.I I'T Mi h TUllaan.l rri.laut :
tears, and I mi.l. Inikv.h! : lwr, nn I ,.n."t. bitter outcries against thocrielty o.JII.. : ...
fV
:
*
j >.ttipid[ 1 '. but 1 tiia-uht n .body of rtd, And' Kllice: .oh, KHice: !- l\.IH'Cte1 with the /Vuirfc t'.tmfr U a Closes: A.t.n.j.wlm.Iat.iayf 11't: at !.

V r ) ; ever come, and my fool hurt < bad[ di I gut not know, h\.1Ihl not been shown wI.hlfhnurttr\ who conduct in that TUlt'a. .1WI' ,
1 1 llofore) the the his wv- e lod and Health: lr111an.I Stull.1' at 1 .
V i : wupls were said. .1.ItlT by bii'i. t'lat .she was queen among paper r.a.l.l. .\ t1 V E1 l'1


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r.tTI.YG iiM'oni: sr.'t; ;;;'l.l. I I"IIJ.TI Inilr1/1111'i. AVAXXAH rr.oitln.v: ,v wisnitxll.MLWAY. : ; I J. ACKSOXV1LLK lIH.rnt.:1: I .ICI\or_ tints ON'nl S('UI thoutt-;.
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ri 'MK: CAlll On :and ,11"1'llllta: ', May 2, Wl, Train? .
,t II: Kt't-E nlViK! : -KI: > IIY. AX AI'\'o. 1 ta and) after! Sunday, Aug. :2s: 1 K olI: l t'il"!*- on this ): wil fiI dally: as follows : _, .
.F L\TI: frrrr.m.Mini .
O\TK ( or TIIK follows 1 t

clitfcr Trains on this rftad will run a*
i t- the only animal (that ran bo taught!:: )' {. : ).\ TUANwlT\! ItAILUOAl) \ : last t Mail. Jack'vllle lOtXM, W1T.Loavo ) 1 '

.,, ,.i. iiuictly <>n an l'III'Itlllnnd\ ,. 'Ilie I Daily, Hxpross.K.Vfopt : :'; 1 Like. (City. I Ii:! "" l 1..111.

J [ .ation'rcscnt! all etlurt"; to coax: them 1'KN'INfUr.AlJ: 1 UAII.UOAl l), : ;Sunday. )Pally.Leave ; Leave .dbOI'I:O p.m.)

,:":! :i s'inlaliolof the laws of nature. ( l tt'ttitfa l finch,) Savautiah for Loavo ) 101 .} t: 1.11 ____ .Wi t, *.-.
"n: roar* in the forest until! liP has Florida! ."..,..,,..".., l.'np.:! m. IOJ I.; p. m.Lfavo Arrive: LivoOak. :.flll..II.

'I i, I his prey" ami when ho h:1", devoured\ .\xr Jcsup!' .............. ;:1.} .'I'" p. Ill 2-Wa.: III. Loavo Live Oak....... li.. \p.m. S. : SHU'S

!,,, sleeps on'rIItll lie needs anotlicr \-'KP.XAXDixA: : ))) : JACKSOXVIU.I;: :: : LeaveVuycros+......... .1.o"p.) nt. L.'JS: : :i. m.ArrivoatCallahan heave Custor: }!.I I t 11Mi. U --___..!_._.._._....\:1_.__ ..- .
in the
,] The horse willa all night/ ( ...... 7.Up.1 in. 7:1: -' a.m.lrrivehtrkt'onvilla. .
:,;, ami the pig will squeal ;in the lion, 11.11 L1lO.11)I ... IHp., I m. Mo n. lit. Leave F.llavillo........,.. 3.,0p.m.::

i- 'i'' nil re,t ot !'oh'l'IIl1lil\ they are sal Leave) Jacksonville: ..... 7.'":' a. m. r.2.") p. 111. Leave Mmlisoii.: ............._.L4- p.10.-__."_ Will 1c'. \ (1\,1\1' 11'y
animals which chew tin l'II,1 l Bate their Arrive at l.iveO.lk...... 11.Ha. tn. ; .-- "-.-I"' ">.
test.OOIXO J ; '
III 1 j'i'rt .ll.t, nh, t I.l.in.-CI..I\'ih.: P' XMW: I : :> OTHEDFlnlLY :
? II' 1'1'01\'I-i: 1111 for a lute meal just before leave Live Oak! .......... -'.-)."' p. m.Leavo .\11111\. (hIt) p.tn. Fnt oItI'XEElY I )
11 in,' on" to their nightly; slumber. Callahan .......... *.III i'> a. in. (l.iVi \p. mu. )
/' train himself to the ha)>it of Lease Priftou... r.lop.m.
:
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',1"1 i :\! +ot"rlt. Arrive at Waycross-.ll.l": a m.

i,ins without a preceding meal, hut only 1.caveI''lwern;,,!>:......... !I.O:! p. tn.Arrive )Leave Montioollo......_..- .o.flO- -p.m.- ------ -
of 'adIcl' Ai ho 0011105' fl'IIr.'rnlltlltltln.. IUH a.m. III.'JI., ll"-: ll.M.'S\ .
II',i I' liiiiir yeah I : lIp..I: p. m p' m. Leave Lloyd's. HAVANA
,. 'ie \\1I1'1.llIalllrl' is too strong" for him, \\I'II\'l.1tart'1I !I..I 17 lI.tl1. Arrive Savannah, ........ 3.11.1> p.' Mi. 2.a.( m. Chain"\ .. 7.11.11.|(| Foil Ja:1: : ANT )
i i i'I'|. itm't hu foil before; ho will sloop.\ A Leave tallahan. tn.+ .;'- a.m. )'II-:
'!,/ ',1 I'. -tonueh: I i"* small, and when perfectly Leave Mutton .ll.2'Jn.m.:! take the Fast Mail, arriving at Hrunswick ii; Arrive ittllahaste'. 8.5J. p.m.

;tilli, il.I if no sieknc-s: disturbs it, dcep follows!: Leave llraiulv Mranoh ............ .11.31 t :\ a.m. Lonvo Tallahasso. S.fiil p.m.
and incs itably. As 411 Leave Haldwin : \p.m.eav. p. in. Loavo .......... S O.lp.11! .
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,n.ii,' ii .(liy 1'-llnnJtnl'4: Passengers: : leave:\ llrunsvvick;> at O.\l1n.> :\ tn., \o\\t\ .5I -
':'u -omich; : begins: 10 ''lIlpt} .\ single e' Ma.vvillo( .t'-'.:tl:' )p.m. arriving at Savannah ::1.\111' > 1''. 111. I,eave t uinoy; .:!'ji.m. : & I t\Tf Aeon-:

; i ;; will! make t h,' little sleeper ro."tt -caveLawtcy I : l.ii; p.m. !Passenger' fur Darien take the Fast\ Mad.j'assengors Mt.l l'ieastutt.l t O-lSt ", I' Key. !P .

.. 1 t\\'<" will waken:\ it ; :ami if it i is huhedn .e.ivo TclIpi.s.) ......'.. I.-1: !' p.m.eavo \ '. Icavim Macon" at 7.00\ a. m. It'1 \411.11. -- .- "--.----- .-- -.--.--- -' -
to repose the nap 1 is: !'ohul't. :and three :Starku! t.." i II.tll. (daily o.xcopt( Minday ) connect( at Josup with Arrive Ch.ittu. 1 : .I.I..I1iO.111.\ 1
;.v ;nn end to the !slumber. !Paroirot-io: .e.\\'Thui'ston' L"'l p.m.' the Fast Mail for Florida.Passengers SII "Iit SC'IIIt'II: : :

:. ;,' ".in'otie m.iy closo its eyes a.rain .cave Waldo.. -.:*l p.m. from Floiidn. by the FII Mail: lill.\o W1'>T- MT. \ttKS l 1'\'tt( .

........ ......... ...... .'?..'it1 Till srKA.MI.l--:
ainovillo!
\- :"ii.: 'it titlleI't'u"1 or "nllirsfllpl'Iyin! ; } I..U\'I' )p.m..cave i connect at .1t--nip with I tram arriving; ill :Macon ( Tlc,ilniin, 'dl8( dtul t>r1tlu rlrq/s.;} ) t ta
Ilaltl'I'IIiw Arrodotido\ ... ... ar,'! 1IJt,
will II"11'1'1', no healthy > p.m.
:u I l': at 7..i n) \p. 0i. daily (except Sunday.) ------ -
.. II, i\' lie.' Not C"'l'1I1I1I angel;! who learned 1.I\'l.lIultol1......... ......... ...... ...... 1.117< p.m..oavo I,, Palaci Sleeping Cars\ on tho evening train; (Loavo: Talllhassl.I'. ii.iina.m.Loavo -- t' '"
i' in I'l'Il''litll'hoi\ .\ t./: pri.1.e I Chattahoochoe.lo.iOa.m.I j ST. .IOE\K 7. .c' PUI ,
i minstrelsy: a : \ daily' between :Savannah: and Jacksonville, Arrive SI t. Marks: ..... ... ......... ...... .Uj5u.tu.:\ 1 I I CTIY 1
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., i i'! c to i '-h'"p'nil an empty! !stomach. ) lye' r.roii-on! "p.m. Cha'iloslon: ( Jacksonvilleand! :Maoonand! : '.- --. __ : : ._H__._ .: _.. __:: *_ __M ___ ti
Weo: the ,oft-quoted illustration -loop-} I..a\'l' I II tcr( o.lt, ) p.m. J.ioksonvillo.No i

.'sweetly :'H an inf.tnt,1' I because thii i !.oav I Co'sowood.: ....,. tt.l'i p.m.rrive change: of cars between Savannah and 10O; 1\"'1'. < ...- .

',n'ii r of a child follows immediately after .\ IVdar! K(' \p.m. Jackson illo :and, Macoit and a Jacksonville. Loavo Chatta. I Itivor..... .,::01.11. .' .- _

.M.I' .h I* completely tilled with whole. Passengers leaving Macon[ at 7.'M:: p. m.connect Lease Chattahoochoo... .!Ltu: a.m. r t .
; i I. i. ".I 1. i'htslecp which oomo.. to adults' U01NM SOUTH..eave at ..Iesl1Wit\ 1 the l'S'l'llIlltill it for Lt'a11.: Pleasant..... '"..W HW. ( / "\
"hP after part.ikingof food; and when' Cedar 1, '. fi.W: ii.m. /.1\1\
: "III'" : : \ (
I ii. : Florida ddly.I'assl'rigrrs!: .
Leave ( .............. 0.52 .
i nLu'l/ j is nearly or quite 'empty: i i- not .civ( I Itosewootl!........ ...... ...... ...iJ.IOa.m. ) fiom Florida by the I K.xprosstrain : \ Quincy : n.ll.Ll'a -- -
/ ........ ... o.H;
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'I! : 'type of inlantilo\ roposp. 'I'hore i it I."a\'l' tutor (Crook i. Iii \,111. \ connect at Josup with train arriving Io\ny. -. 1.11. _.._.__.- -
rt'ncein I the world hot the .. I Arrive Tallahassoo l ....... .: < leave Fornandina l )
:1' I ': ween Ll'aJh.nn > T.l'Ja.m. :It. Macon[ at 7.I:1'' a. nl. l1ail '. :11 a.m. "TILL ''I.JIk"'ol"llt

.t .I-,, j I' refreshment! and 1 the sloop of oxnniisiion. .oavo .\ :-.11111.1\: ; : Passengers: from Savannah: I fordaincs-villo l leave Tallahassee l ....:..._ 8.00a.m.') : .____ _.. and P.datka.and IlIll'III' 1 I

I.l'a\'l' Hatton .s..a: 4 a.m. (Cedar Key and Florida! Transit Itoad, take base Chaiios'............. ..1311.11.: a IfS on the :t. John's !n'I'1 :I.n1.jl11t '{
I'n'I'P\ well the blood' that swells the leas i! Arredondo :+;.',:( a.m. tho F\pross: train. ( ns 1 t''b41' : .
Leave Lloyd's..... ...... 9.11> $ 'IIll.st"l.
v n- in the he-id, : during our busy\: hours Leave t iainesville; I'-' ::;' a.m. Passengers! : : from' Savannah I for Madison ? l.tl.---
.; ii'H-i tIt'swliatklravintagreatly. : i l !: diminished, Leave Watdc. ll\ .:!o a.m. :11u12tjcclhu'l'allallassecuuul: (Juincy take! this l.o.uo :Monticollo; i : ..:::... .Iiin.12.l ]From Fornandi.uiFOlt .

t v" ihimebehiiidthelirosvth.it: lately throbbed,
\\ miMicholionionoo.. To ili e.t'yelI this :>1 / a.m. I'1i'scngersfron1Quiney'I'tllnllussoe, Monticollo I..1ve.1neilla.: \ ; .::::...-:10.10 l ) :a.m. .
'1\; ,! .< necdid" at the stomach, and nearer L'a\'C Templet..... ......... ...... ......1 .' / a.m. I and Madison: take the llxprcfs: train Ii'rotlvillo..lu..i; :: a.m. .psr KVF.ltY: WKUXKsDAY.rjiFrom : : )
w th, l'oiint'iiii-1; : of lif.'. It I is I a (fact-established;: Leave Lawtov ... i 1L":;" a.m. moiting sleeping-cars at Tcheauvillo: at !UII LI'a1 .. -_.- -_._-
'h hi'v 'ind the pos.jbility of oontr.idietion, thatrleop !heave Maxvi'llo I .liVJ'Jp.m..oavo !: \p. 111. Lc'n.C Madison I ......... ...1 \l.-io a.m., Fl'IIJI.llllnm
aids diuotion.\ and that the of l.T"1( Loavo Kllavillo j .... ..l2.%5 .. (; :'1111.111.Leave .
) : : process flit'''hvi0 \p.m. Al.HAXY KXPItMSS.Leave : : : :: : : ILIII.. f. SAVAXXAH AND ('JI\ILE-T: N

-; .,,._.' -lion i i.- oondiicivo tooonvineouof to refreIiing'Irop.: It 1.11}( 111':1111IIrtlleh. L-5 P-m- :Savannah: daily al........ l.2"p.. in. Custor( : :......... .....-..1.122p.m." .- : : ; ).\Y.-

II noargumcnl 1 ) t i this mutual Lease Dutton ..".. 1.11 p.m.' Leave .lesiip: ........ 7.1") |1'. in.Loavo ,. Arrive LOak.; .......... l.lo p.m. ).i- EnIFlW. (
relation. The drowsiness! which follows ,oavo Callaban: -.-- ,.nt. ..... .. % Close with (to
\ Tcboauvillo ..... .. !0.:1,1') : j m. Leave ; 2.10 p.m. 1'0111'1101 1.11 Mcamois
itelf\ the 0.1 :: : __.
wl'lIorII'rl'll1wal is
the : testimony !Leave I Hart's : :3.23:
; \ p.m. Loavo )PuPont! ........11.;';, '. ln. :Mellon 11/1/ Kntorpiiso, also with sieam-
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c.t nature to I this I inter-(lelmntlenreJoiernul Arrive Fernandina 1.11"1'.111.TI'illl Leave Houston............ 2.2:! \p.m. \ .
...... 'sfurOclshtsyaha Itivor: al nt :Savann.tl.vithstoamor.sfor .
.lrrive'I'hutnasvijlc! o.uiia.) nt. el ; o
r i'III/1ll/'C". Leave .......... :5JKI I
I:" daily, raccl'tuulny: Arrive Hainbridgo:: ; ........ s.l.la. in. \\'dl'I.I. 1.1. \ : \"w''urh.. l'IJh"I.llhi"'

'' L'LIG'1'RIG'I'1'1: .\\'I'I't'Ihallv ....... .'4..I.1 ') a. in. Arrive Lake City......... .".1 1:, p.m. Huston and Haltim; < 'i-o.and at ( : will
-- -- )Leave Albany; ... ..... I 1.1*) 1'. III. tioixo I.:: : nll'ISIiIX. steamers for I Now York l'hlnII1'ldn. L l
\1 1\KI
.Ys the problem! making electricity, subsjrviont l'E: IX-'l11.\it:' ItAlLltOAD, \Loavo Hainbridgo\ ) ........ .i,0,1p.III.. |' ( /'wciioTlntrinl'1'p/ 1'-11. ..) more?, and \vilh XII thl'.I '1111'1 arlo.
to the needs of mankind: hec.omcs'!i 1 ,ca1'Thoinasvillo ........ .4..I 11P'. in. ,11 8./II.t.II. Jinn Itailroads: : for routes Xorth. Fat andWest.
1'i; I under-tood, the u"c3 to which the ( llilld'i /l'IIlIdl.) Arrive 1111 I'ollt ........ 1.112. III. Loavo SI I. Maiks........ ......... .........i2.i.i) 2.01 .

povvori i' put multiply[ in Mumbor.!I Not long tiOlMt HofTll.Leave ,.\1'1''l'\ Toboauvillo ........ :;.ts; II. all.lrriveJcsttp Lea\o Waknlla......... ......... ......... I 12.0a.in.Arrive :: .
a'- oil head-lights' / : of locomotive with electric [ : Waldo Junction................ :!.I.j p.m. : m. ,--- -- ---. --_... -- .. --- .- ) ( ) .
.\I'I' \'Savannah: : ........ ii.n'i a. in.
'" burners was: (tried with :success.: The [Leave Santa; To. J .1S p.m. Sllcpi0gi.ai.slimit throiuh hl'lwI'1'1i Savannah ; CONXF.CTIONS.) : ( '( Through Tickets and Staterooms socuroo)
r"t e'i' ','trie, :spark threw brilliant glare on the Leave Hawthorne .t.n.;> p.m.Leave ; I 1"t: I trains and all i furnished tit
and I Albany; daily without change.I'annctiott Illh 1110'I';' J"111.1 ( moot at lill'lltun 011'' I'o
: p.ith' of tin-online, which undo everythingpertirtly Lochloosa. Ll"> p.i.L'as't .
;. : itrctts.20ly .
\\illi train
I Albany: discernible! for a great distanceahead. : Orange Lake) fi.lOp.in.Arrive .
) trains: bothva s on, SoiuhucMein: Uail- Florida it Western Itailroad for C. .\. NOYL.I'or -
And' it i is probable that with a light ( ': !. i.IIOI'.III.CWIIII < > > \'lll1nl. _.
road to and from )Macon Kufaiila: : Montgomery : and .\ \'. --- -- -- --- -
N (sutliciont: \ power it will bo found! )possibleto ) NOUTU.Leave Mobile: Now Orleans, etc: Passengers! for (Chat'tahoochoe Itivor I'.oats; Taiiipu ami Ivry "'t.>t ,

"1 detect obstructions: on the track. whether :Mail'steamer leaves Hainhridgc: ; J for Apalacliicola connect with steamer l 1tI'l''I'1: l'vcringhhm: _
placed: there purposely or deposited by accident ( ./5. 1,3 a.m. VI V
and Columbus Tuesday and cwelw'I'l11rrstln\I for' Apahichicola: Fla., and
every .
:
in time to .slow up a I train or bring it Leave Orange Lake 7.-i! a.m.Leave r.1111'.1 C'O'S MM..
)
Saturday.Close'connection Saturday lor Coiiimbn.s! (Ja. and IIufatila : SliMitiitliip
to a full stop.<< Simultaneously with this! important Lochloosa..... ......... ..... ..... .S.Knn.m.Loao : ', r.t Jacksonville daily every, .\ la.1'4III'ls. .(
tho solution of '.
the .l"
improvement Hawthorne. a.m. (Stinda.vs) o.xcoplcd: )) for (:irooii 1 Cove Springs', with steamer n.! (hnnhy.hrdaulevery
\
_
prohlcm of employing, electricity! I for a motive Ll'n'elIta: : !F. ..... !i.1' < a.m. I
:St. Augustine, Palatka F.ntorpriso: :Sanl'ord! Sunday: 1 for' Fla. uuttlvery < .
J.
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S (power on railways has at length: it Arrive \\'al.\.fu\l\iJII.\ \ ... .... ...... lo.lI1.nl. aii'l all \lallldIII\ .
,
landings on St. Johns river Tuesday ( \ .N "
;..,'111... been attained. Tho construction of ( : 1'1' : Ell'allla '
---- ---- Trains on ]H.! IIA.\:: I It. I K.: leave junction l Ala.: "
t'io i I" lilw.I."II which it is proposed to
'
1 put going west at I I.,171I.;: m.. and\ for' Hrunswickat Connects at, Lake 1 City with trains on (Hits i .; waL I
.
tin > vsteiii into in the
operation
was begun
when FI'nX.X1IIX..J.CKtOXYILI.I': ) ; :; I. III \p. in., daily) reel pt :-ulIay.) Florida ( ''Aural t l lih'oedbr I :\ \ / Jacksonville du t.., -
I iitoi: pir: ;: September: workmen ,
I b, 'j!in to' break ground at Porirush, Ireland, JIAILHOAD.Li Through Tickets sold and) Sleeping-Car( \ and St 1 Johns: l.'iver: Flrlaloilll and ]CedarKey. 's .ay.+. +I' .
\Ik'rthsaur: \ l Pravv ing-room Car accommodations I \V i o. AMLS: ,
in1( ,,:aUI'I'.dl'hieh.. are to run to of the famous: scoured) at Rren's'I'ii.Let Oilier, No. 22: c kieral I Passejiger Agent.I.IFOr CAltltYIXJ. (; TIE I'. s. .111 1 1
Causeway. Capitalists reputationar'said
Infect'( M l to" bo interested in thK lint enterprise

) in the new system of railway operations \ of Liberty! street. .1.\H. L. TAYLOR : S.\ I, g or the ( -,
:and their estimate is that the cost:: of ; BOtJTII. ON stalldll\l elegant Slcai. ""
dr.inm: ears, by an ('Ie.tri'lIIntnl' will\ beovii (;ioneral I Passenger Agent. PKSIltAHLK) : : ; : HOFSK: : CXTAl\IXi I ( of the I above Lino will have Cedar I iv '.

les> iiian the small sum of two cents a Leave Ft.1'I11111'lillt..ll.h H.m.\ fi.'M) p.nl.Lettellart' J.1 S. T\ soMaster: : of. Transportation. 1\, live ro'mis, wih Cllllts. front Piazza, every Monday at 4"o: I p. m.. t fn-;

null! Vn I idea: of tin immense reduction. oft'trt $.I. :.uu(1..11.(3a.lii.: \ fi.Dl p.m. U.S.. : 11AIX:<, ( ktterllllanegtr.! : _: _. all!' largo: Yard, : Lemon and HananaIrcevi.
-
Arrive Jac'ksnnviihe..I2.I> 7.05
)p.m.OtM5 H Tampa, .tlanad'c,
1 located ;
loud
and running expenses" that will follow if "I{ IUIUU.CfS'I'IAl: : 1 L'AhlRO,1ii..l.u'lauvliii : 'l'III'.lly title, rte
tin1 new enterprise prove.hUccessfal" may be.'rttuered <( :oiUHTI!. For flltll'I' ': ':, inquire( at this And Itraiilrnlonu.and .

from the fact that it now costs: l3nt Lca: \'c iacksnnyjlle.K)11.11'. ,'.. ::1.111)1.111.) ;:, FLA., Sept. l IL', 1.S.SI.; ; oilico., -1 itfism.
c mile to draw cars by horse-power Monday and Thursday at 4iK
per ltuwelhtrt's Rrru1..JI.I)8411.l': 4.15 )p.m. Commencing this date, trains on thia road '.'U I: NUX! a'uu, every
on -i t rr.iniwiiy! similar to the one which it isIK..JI will m. fur
Arrive l'trllnodiua..1O.2,11.111., : IU.I: 0 run us follows : 1.
ed I I p.m.
> to build\ and) even where steam is .
''lItll"\'l'd| the cost roaches: l.:) ("clIl,;. In Double) Train daily except Sunday.COXNKCTIOXS. liOl.MI; : \\ IVT.Loavo ] ".> VKJtYIHPY: ,the fiitn. )In thoodi- .''unit Itassa aiul Ii('4> XV't. t.

vi' .vif thi.- ;great dillcToiKV it is t'll.e hopcdt I'i1O IJrr. ..t//i/ j tOlls of this newspaper throughout the
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...at o jierim.'nt: the Ja.kslll1\"lIh..IIII.; ) a. in, !I.IOI.\ m. everybody will
may prove new plan Lt'lIrc'JII\ year II 1111I1 fill : Connootions made at Cedar Key with tin
i oil..l I'd is;; feasible and practical, and its! adop- ): ( 1I01l-l..11: : !0; 15 Florida Transit t Itailroatl;
1 .1111 so presented that from and to nhpoiuls ,
in Arrive! lialdwin........ KM I WII'I.IIIH'WS
t"ii America bu event not far disuni.
.\ of may sUl'h1:01 an the few- AT rEUN'ASIIINA ..\_, Leave ll.ddwin: ,......... 10:10: 1'101'1' gll..te!>t amount oi Xoitliutnl West ; at Punta Iasa! win
war rates : pat Steamer for
with the Fort
111 'llall'l least unprofitable expenditure Myers, Fort Ogden, .ll',.
Leave ...... "
Parbyville ]II\\
>
;
w 'i.i wituc-sml under the prevalent' scale With New York and reruaiulina Steamship of time and eyesight. The our
"I I ,p.-ins: could, hardly bo possiblehcn! the Line from New York L"avo !Sanderson ll i-2: :! longagodiscovered l'iIILl'\\| Tickets
on Tuesday, 1110! t betv\eon are on wileat Ft-i
i I.
Cldl'II'al
Leave Olusteo: .....!.... .
.1 I' t to be into l'Ma.' m.:
cut reaches the low ofa
tiger u. in. or Lou )p. ln.uld'fr: Xew Turk on I rei, lundant fill nossand IIISatjsftrtory, I i (brevity.i 11111,. Jaokhonvillo, t .a
L"lIn'It.: .
Carrie
1rrh'c ."> Cailldl'il'ul
:
:
t I- I\ i em. a milo.-\ew Y<>rk 'Wmfti. Thul'o'Jadlt.r 111'1'1\:11,1' :
: 'rrwult t ruins.VithCieorgiaand .\ laiko! Pity.: ....... litu: H. )1\1 01 that sort of news wlihh doponds nt greatly rllllc.1 11'1 11 pi:n. :
:
.
\ Floriila! Inhmd S'(':1111- -- """ 1 its roeogni/.ed palpuintsill 111 ;fulf ( Coast.
1I.I' G.1.1' oX 1U'1:1: IJIlIun- boat. Company; from :Savannah daily except Arrive! Live Oak: :.:,::.. :'JI.5u."n7.: upon its 1"11 intoro.it to mankind.: importancethan ]'runtnlurluag J. .1 UALPHIX. it-n'l A.Coi'ar '-

./\1'. Monday ; lur1'asanM11hduiiv" : except\ Sunday. Arri''e'lamlullaeet'A pI":< to morning the fun prints continued 13: hey I Ia..

Td' :lon. John( H.1 [ Itoagan, of Texas, has and With Chadc.stoii Charleston Kloamcrfrom Savannah Arrive.CluUtjdiooflu'o.__-1J:25-: -.-p.- I. I story of the lives of MIn anil women --- -

'.'. .it 11\ l.-Uer! to tho };.xl''ulln.I'nllllllitteu' f Savannah \Vednc-iday and Snii'lay ; Arrive (J.iinesville. 3:::p. m, and! of their .ll'l.tl. 11.ls. loves, hates, troiiblis. ; tHT. MARY'S iivinOTiM. ; : : >
and
i ,in :M.ssis.ji.pi Itivor Improvonu'iit- > Charlc.-ton Tuesday anil Arrive Cedar Key'. : This story I: varied and more

v: <.'niion to be \hold in :;t. L-Mits! on the 2iithvvldcli J'ri.iay.With :Steamer I'lum fn,,m St. tar\"'!! Ulver Arrivehulht......-......... :0'1: -- devised.interesting than; any romance that was ever ).\.UT: I/1011'.1?+ 1.I .
ii' : ho There i i" .
says : a "suggos-; Ijindings arilsu
Wl..hll."clay anti Friday for
L i 1.1,', I tincircular which accompanies, your St. Mary's Itiver landings on Kunday ;and /t\T.1elt.il.. IIL (;Jood. writing in every column, and ..._

!J''invitation i which recommends the \\','dlll 'lay. .\rri\l.ad lol\ic.... :. I p. to. 0.5O a. m. froIIIC"S. originality, accuracy and deco-( -
'\"''m.'iit: .of that great tln.ra..oa natiorit '.. 'iIS" ruin in the trcntll'liL t of every -1.,
,. AT fALLAIIAX. Whi. ) 1:2. 'subject.
: t stand ;l
its
> oil own I\1critluIJI') heM Arrive tJt7 :
: : 1\ Honest: comment. 'Chu'ioE.l )habit i is 1
":'lie' tell! from other of Tu and from Savannah! .
any object ap-) ut 10.45 a. m. and Leave Jlildvvin. :
] to out t f le.sMy about and. t
:11 speak men things. "
; ;'I'-i'i.: ; _\ thlfluJoIII"jcctWItehhu1I! 2: h o p. in. Arrive } -
i.l i i i'i-t t .\ ".irs occupied much ut'uy attention! AT BALDWIN .\., Arrive l'arhy\.l' .. ;: ". 1. Ivpial: candor in dealing with each )j.ojitioal STIAIII: : JI.\ nTH.CUltnin .\ ,
I |II)
: party ( readiness to
.u. i I t.'ioiiLht: I Ilo equal commend -
bog to make a !suggestion in
: To and Arrive Olustce. 3:5 1 what i -o .
'1 from Tulluluu&rc at 12.1: ) noon : ) or to rebuke nH'n.\IV
r 'itioii to it. This subject has !boon several lrl"l'\ol.tl I
Arrive )It. Carrie "
.
and 1.W what is blamablo
I in. 3il II or Republican.
tau discussed In the House" Committee on LavelakeCity '"llocrut
3J: .
( 'iiuineroe, and) I fear that an to secure .. : .f HI:) : ,
attempt AT I.AlCIIIAJlU. Ft\., -- I-WEm\ tL-
jioparatu! appropriations for that great Leave Live Oak; .::.:... : I;. in.. VI. Absolute independence of partisan ji I.8ErYIl.

\s..lk will result in failure, One of the evils With Steamer .Ill,)'n for all joints and I.n'c Tulllla'loo.l...... Iji loc: organizations, hut unwavering( loyalty to -
w.l: has :so far attended) otiretVorts at river landings: on Orange take, on arrival of Pen I'.i\o !(. .. :: true Pcmocratic principles. Tho A'K/J believes The Flora )leaves Fernandiun"rSt.3Iury'r/
_
and insular It dlroad Train. that government which! the constitution Itiver landings every Monday. \I'cdntsdn
harbor improvements is that haveb.in (i tlC
we Leave ; iIL ville....... !>..' a. in. I is and
i us a good) one to keep. Its Frlca-returniiiij on Tuesday'flutlrr
unable: to take up a given number, of Leave Cedar! Key. f '4Lruve \.f
AT OCALA
works notion duty 1 is to resist to its utmost day 1111 Saturday
of improvement and appropriate Ocala) ..... ....... .V15 il '
clloits of Martha[ loaves
With Stare' Line __ power in I-Vrnandina for
money enough; to complete them. Partial : to and from JSrooksville 11l'1 tl Republican sam
appropriations! for such work are very exii.iis.ve daily except Sunday.Tuesday Mnil train comicciut Jaksonvillowith I !lrtl' set up another Irl uf government points every !.lay'I'hursl1ty mil Eaton
; to the government. Hut I have not Thursday) and Saturday, : from the Savannah Florida \ Western lairoat.: I'u'c otUmt which {' year ISrtl day-returning: every Monday': \Veilnc-i.dax

"eu the time when any but a general bill, Ocala and Tampa on Mon-lay, WdlnewUivand and tit IjikeCity with the Jackson\ I h'l. and the yearn immediately fol'J\vill willpruhthly and Friday.Through.
1\ uih would cover:: the more iniiorUntrks ( Friday. sacol Mobile Itailroad for llltcl'luIIOnwllntcrmcdlate : decide) the .I {'I

-rks m all parts. of the Union could be AT ctlJ.\lt KEY, FLl., nations.Passenger {'Ultp..t. The .UI. 1.lic\'L that the victory Hills 0. I.juliiiff
train connocU at with (h(: ( as against the rings
I. I d'') not believe you can pet thel.r Haldwin. fur willc people' !
{ M-ntatives and :Senators from the At- With Steamer J/.VA-r to anil from IVnsaco- and from all joints on the Florida Transit fil monopoly, the rings for plunder, and ly MALLOUY'S LIXK(: lfllu.r" m

I 1.1''. t'i-'! Pacific, and the great lake states ]la mi M'jmlay and Friday.With or Peninsular tailro.ids. the rings tor follows (points on the St. )Mary's t

( .j[", ."'II a "soparato bill)) for the i improveIIK Steamers Clinton and Jf'r!!',,, for J. H. McKLItOY.Master: : Our terms.are us :
I, it "'' ilie Mi>aivnipi.' Nor do i believe Now Orleans on (Friday ; (runs New ().-leans TruiiM/n. For the I>,/il} Sun, U tuur-pag{' sheet of Clo\ ('O"I.tSUI

.in\ I""t'. t thin! kind can be po. ed which Saturthiy:; : from llavunaand Key West, W._M._ ).1 VJJOX. .Sujorintendont..Honey _ twenty-tight columns the I.ricl by mail,
j'- ', ..... to ju jit.tVe the waters of any p<,r- mi! Friday ; for Key West 1U111 Havana, on >il K Jluuc' !1"IJt'lai.i. U 55 t'l'lti a month, ir'jIJ U mado with tho Sew Yoik. ('I Irll-111 .u..
t.'iu of the Union Sat .Ua disconno'-uHl with proviHi" tin lay. : paper, aneightpage tt'Ull'\
-.' lor improving till water of other JMJr- With Florida & Havana Mil J) LtIMi'OI'H: IXHIXI'>i FWn fcli'rt of lifty-slx columns, the
t, ,11ui, the Bteuimhip 1., -' ; price is ii5 cents month GOOD
1'uion. I cannot now nude-r C.iiupany'.s Steamers for Key Weatund Tampa on a 2o Horse, andJOo 01 on u iii Jlr .1 I or $7.70 U )'cur, ACCJDIIllSSfor
un.to Mate be Hur.-\
reasons for ihis 4bbiuionhut 1""t'I'I\1,
t I 1'1.' wi'.l: no doubt be nteniburn of the con- un Monday ant! Thursday. .r Ingine.: : Kendf. ,"I | rice' before pur- IUI.1)' edition of the Sun 1 la also\ fur l'LS'Il'I nutl Tutinsiwill
t.. .,i- : ...ivn under.tand andean state them. With ;iu-altlens fS>r u-.inU un the Sitivanee t'II""I: 1gjlle.', 1:1,. 1.r..lI HIW and nishej a year this a Jxcurlon1t.
'lurtd.fur $1.2. trip, a*
(
.' I' > ".iry. | makethU: statement bacaux.- lUvt-r, uu Thuntlayn at fi a. tu. Orist Mills. Thrc IHr. ..r any kind! -if Ma The tie Vi.. cl IIJbt'lai.l, 1 II grand, and ttro'E allijratow nUll -tSu(ttScenery'

i IO.N I i it might he uufortunate fur the (tilt!. Fur infonuation roi etijis J'QUUW. rate, chjltery1'11 l arc 1IulufaetittM'Jcnb.. tilty-klx culu/l.o. la $1 year, imst-paid. game abUuhlt.
.:.It" take ditinct L oxtantU fAsEp Iy etc., apply to mi< ifuarautee lat! lllln (fllalt. nnl For (Iu ten fending $10. wo will Vendtn '"Kither: or the above 8.fQ1 tin\

..';.r.rlation for the bf J blJJlpJ. J ,\. (0. }1.uDOl LL. W tlrie.IS* Miwtlu(WALKKU ntns-t; cV\V LCI extra ropy fw. far excurpJun: l'lrll. any' Mint)I.Churh'rc'

I .,J. iv'e no ditJiculty toting forhuohiu M Ca.eu'I Tick ..m X'i..Igs iit. 'HoU-1. Cbarlvst, ,. .Sw, ner .\ItrL (W. J'SOH.; For further infonnatliin t ij 1;.ir; to

.' I 1"lrfe4. sore many other, would D E. M txwKi!., Grn'I' 4lupt. 2! C.1nwt.n. ; l f. l-: :..1. : J' 111t. JUIIJfIt'IIA11r..t'. .
n. New York City. 25v212v3
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'I' m 'J.iiIE'L[ ']: -DJ\\T\ \ II:i I:OIt posits found at the bottom of \ponds and TilT SITL'ATIOX L\ IRKLAM, i t'irlc. Such ore the power and facilities or aa 1 po tmaser( nt r' 'IIhJttg. Va. ''J]

along the banks\ of streams., Some of these The of that and history arc! given us ing Ilh.r, a ('!: tl l're.itl'll ,
-- .-. ... .. ..- .--, .- arrest Mr. I'arnell and other 1 dealers the press' men JIIt, who i 1' ..
ttnil,1 |II.i
depo\ 'its are shallow, and contain very little naturally produced, considerable excitement it were, by instantaneous! photography! t to )!(' (the l llt ,
J .1Thl'1.11'. Anl'IJl1G V, A*. h'Sl. .1.1 llr Wl..trr n \
'' t .. fertilizing material, either the deposit\ being and at one tine n collision' : seemed to dwellers in hamlets, and our public met : :

;'I\ ,I XI;'" iM/rrr. too recent or "I) mixed with sand washed, in be imminent. The League; leader at thcjr may see the judgment, of posterity:; in the "My DfxttSiu) am confident y.;i

: with them as to give but a small! : percentageof lat niPi>ting ventured. on the desperate expedient criticism or the praise reflected} from the factory pals informed of the l'XI ,t ". '
-- The 1! J/crnbillevntcs 'Jong article l'Ilt.r'a
Ii a MI I r.! ton ) organic Immaterial On the other hand in of issuing! a manifesto, declaring the farm; house, and the miner's: camp \ .
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to the siibje't-t of a new party.. It argues that look .
the valleys of streams! which have a con against: the payment of any rent whatever. To return from this' tIt, ,,rt'sst lon. I l began t<, Republicans withjiiuci'i, coati! ,II
dille-rence between the overthrow of Itourbonism ,
I1 there !+ appreciable and t .
: "
I cither the principle or the methods I, of the sidcrablo basin (\\1\11.a\'l'\ received the dcpos' The government immediately i ( took measures write something! \ about the private improvements of'a Republican in the I'nited Mali, n v,

1 its! from overflows during a long period of to suppress! the Lea;,"roe altogttheras inciting and the !growth of the city. ]Real estate : This result will be insured if the in,.v, ".

,, two ;gr"-.It 1"litit'alp,1I'tic!!, except in name, years!!, the muck deposit! is often several feet a refusal: to obey the law: of the land. Many[ agent; !' say that such activity has: not !hal receive the countenance umi, ,,I'
of both i i'r istosecue
and that the point '
great objective administration. The ,
!sos-im
I in depth\ and, consists! of ri<-vegetable ele! [Irnh prie ts! and bishop have taken strong been known here for several }cars. There your ;
; the\ spoils| i ) of olllec. It !says thnt court at this place acquaints me
]both, Republicans: and Democrats, in the posit and, decomposition of unquestionable' ground against, this action{ of the League, are at this time fewer houses! vacant than political situation here and leads nr'w., ,

value and denounced it as revolutionary communistic ever before, and all houses situated: in desirable dorse nnd, Ire thl\pplictiol of Mr i

- 1 platforms. they adopt, profess adherence, to We recently cxamineil: Midi a muck ll',1Oil in i its tcw!('.)!-::. So f.tra", can now localities: are readily rented, nt prices' ford, Stntham fur post-ofnV" in ti'I', ., .
I all nlannerofreformis, but m'ifherparty will ]Ic i i. resident of this city the .
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1 i i the premises of \l I r. (C. D.) rurman at be seen, t the League party arc likely to be ranging from (five to ten percent in advance( wealthy 1 and influential gentleman soil .
do un\'tiling! toward carrying them into ef- ,,'
Fairbanks! Al.ichua\ : county, I lying on the abandoned. I and the Land: 1 Laws will be resorted of the prices current lust year. The class: of young gentleman of education und, 'lm; '', ',:

I fect.upon margin of Rig Hatchet creek. Mr. rurman to to )bring relief to the \tenants. houses sought, too are of a higher order. apactn'lth) father and son arl'al'I.! '
fllc this it 'be remarked that the
may '11 in the
has taken out many hundred load. of this Public opinion' in this country i is against than those in demand last season. The ( ( cin\iss, ., ,
Jtoptihliiun. 1 party has now been IlIpO\n'r for his appointment could not fail I to ,M. ,
"1 and composted' it with lime and, applied\ it the extreme and. revolutionary measures) of northwest section of the city seem,* to lead, our coalition and, advance the ,'
the last tw'ht.'l'ar.i. ; that: the evils! which pros ]I"" ji "
I. I. of have under its generously to his orange, ]peach and other the League; The feeling of intelligent and though in Georgetown and on (Capitol Hill our tickets, state and county .. ( 'eunnitinlii'"
arc complained : prow up
i .1 trees, and has used it for fertilizing! vegetable non-partisan men is, thnt the grievances the demand is steady. and the prices a little hi.* application l I to your favemible cunsi'. ,
control and have. been permitted, if not fostered tion. I have honor to beyourohi ,
1 crops. The result has 'been entirely arising; from extortionate rents should' be in advance of last. year. :.So great i is the demand t.e Ab.x 11" ,
e under its administration of affairs.The set'alt, : I Rrvi-:
satisfactory: and speaks for itself a* to the' submitted fairly to the bunals organ" !ml for residences' in the northwest section
opportunity\ of trying Democratic J administration ( on such conduct the
)
I vatueof muck ofthiildeH'ril'tioll.rl' have for that purpose.' A demand til' local self that many, still uncompleted, are already, CnllWlt, on i 1',1'' i >
was prevented by the illegal a e on the bench is tlntmcc(-".mi\', f jt: '
seizure( of the I'rl'!' 1 Mr. Furman's, and as the soil is what i is Canada, would be recognized as but\ just amid her of suoitanti.il: dwellings I ; have been erected sit in judgment between man amid l Ilan : ''I i

j \\1 men in the Republican party favored a called. !second class! pine' land the test is a proper :and doubtless would bj granted, if than III any season for years. The out in :Ii great many cases! which HUM Il'I".1, \
1' I chang": in order to obtain reforms they were cnlHlf"rC'\ him hi* reason would, bed u 1.,:. :
I : hopeles of obtaining under Republican ascendaix fair one )Ir. rurman has probably .r>,ooo asked for, with unanimity: and} through: the look for building next season is bright, and by political prejudice and pasion T'I' n

; ) The lleraM. cannot therefore) trees thus fertilized, all doing! well and presenting proper channel Cur people will soon get argues well for the advancement} of the cupi- letter: alone, tiido from the fart that it ,>r n. .
1) \ v. ,
1 1 a thrifty growth.. This muck deposit tired.I of raiding; funds! to support ti fruitlessor tal of the country. mils :member of the Federal j\lidalY': i iright I'
I r the Democratic would not
that
party the doctrines .
say to of
repudiation', .> ,'1 t
along the creek i is at least six feet in wrongly directed agitation
I :; carry oat the measures of reform they have thl'refne renders him incapable of twirl' ''!' .
depth and to all almost inexhaustible. : A Mr. : tYork Till XOVKMllKR KLKCTtOXS.According '
Rclpath. correspondent
y, l i cnunciite-d in their platforms until, the opportunity appearances\ a circling on hcwC''nleltu": and l'rl'.I.,
f (Hatchet creek is a considerable in his: super-servii'eable\ real to assist: !! to the latest advices. the state tors! upon t tl
f afforded them tl'ol
I, havillgheen they stream with a broad bed, and the .deposit the Irish agitation, ;proposed to stir up the election: in New York has resulted in favor pas". shows him up a* a i political wirepuller
I \ have: failed to embrace it. rather than njiist judge. He should be impeaclud
I along its banks! i is immense. [irihh in .America }boycott,, the Irish! linen of the Democratic ticket. The legislature i itDemocratic ,>
{ The Ilfruld givc.s: the following diagnosisof [ and stripiK-d" of the'rumine Ill 1 b'> '
I
Mr. Formal by' other fertil- manufacturers ) in }both branches, and nearly aU
the origin mud condition of the Republics employed' \ of Iielfa-t t bueau-e the manufacturers ever shown himself so ready. to soil in tli
j zer except\ an inconsiderable. } amount of stable are Protestant Irish. The suggestion the Democratic! state of'lcers: are elected miry slough of politic*.-Mivnuntih; Petra!

J party : I manure, and} has. kept sixty acres! of field, has met with the unqualified condemnation In Virginia: the coalition between the lie. .
The cause of this unsatisfactory Mate of
I attaint! is to be sought! in the history! of existing orchard and vegetable garden\ in a high !state of the Irish organs; and Kedpath' was adjusters and the Republicans appears to POLITICAL.( ASSISSMIXTS..

t' parties The Ilepublican' party, a* origjiiiilly of cultivation by this means. This dry season !severely sat down upon. have been' successful in securing the election The \nblll.lln, ; exaction of political as.

I f organised, was exclusively an nnti- is very favorable for getting it out and of the Repudiation ticket for governor am 1I(' III1 frm ofpiee Committee-hnltlers!tests by t the the devo II'll'lUulCn.ltate \\'

f slavery party, it being expressly undcrstooelamong SQUAxinmixaMOXKY.Tit ItJOltLl.S the legislature The New York Republi
{I. t its founders that on all questions! \ not he is taking advantage of it to procure t William Curtis and other
( i relating to !'IWl'rthe: members: of the party large quantity of muck for future use The I c.uiswbo hold the securities of the State oVirginia 1 l'puhlil'nlh'ul'atl's of chi service reformto

t I j :' should be free to act as! they individuallysaw practical experience\ of such 11I111S Mr. Fur- The Senate has. just pijed a resolution of having contributed to the allianceof in the American calC w hich thepn'uel. \aTllolllt named

; !, iiec.csi.irv tit ::;u.h1n under arrangement the circumstance-was probably in man is of greater value than theory. investigation of the contingent expenses of the IH'gru'ote with the most ignorant was 1 prominent filt member of gentleman the

enter that all men who felt the evil of slavery the several' I departments. This: has grown portion of the white voters: of the stateto State Convention that called this committeeinto

A ry might be arrayed together against\ it, und'istracted oun COJI3I01ROil.S. out of the developments of petty stealing in secure the election of a repudiating, governor being, and has congratulated! the people

r' ': by other matters of less t transcendent One cannot literally have a railroad: to the Treasury Department. From the tenor of and. legislature can no longer complainof of the of State Republican on the change politics in which the management was.

:: ; importance. The slave power was somightv one's door and still the debate on the 2Hh! alt, it would repudiation in Virginia.The .
r involved
I and so'strongly infrencheil that it I IF is every we are dependent\ appear in its appointment. Hit so far as

F{ t f doubtful if it could have }been overthrown, upon our common roads, for the hicans proper to overhaul the expenses l' : of the Senate result will bcasin'1'cnnessrctobring the public eye can C(thl'T is not the slightest

lJ 4P except by a single-hearted devotion} to that of reaching the railroad,I, the market house, itself. Mr.[ Beck !siid : The organization: out a combination of the best; \, elements of reason fur any such congratulations:' on
the part of a genuine I civil service reformer.On .
"i, / f' end ; but the effect on American politics was the church., etc.t As a rule our roads in of thirty-nine committees that we have authorized society to put down the rule of the WOl'btamI thecontrary the neHalfIJrl'e.I". committeo
in this unfortunate that it rendered -
z 1- the respect/ ill ,adapted for Florida. are just what nature has made, them. at this session, when not over ten Virginia will conic out of the con flicpurified is practicing all the old fashioned
Republican i
,, k party any
II. ;. t work except that for which: it was founded. In[ somo parts: of the country the !soil is: firm of them have had anything toils, and thirty of such men as Muhone, and regain methods of the sn-callCd'tbpUlls, system in

f i And now that slavery is gone and matters and, roads: arc good enough for the light use odd clerks are drawing; MX: dollars a day for her ancient good; name sooner or later indifference this political campaign decent with quite as much
of different character have to the to L public opinion as its:
front a t time Rcpuhlie-an; organization come is: found they arc put to, but in general they are very committees: that have never met, :and: the Whether the success Virginia will cum Stalwart predecessor ever elid. The new'!

{ diviiied l against itself, and unable to ndiirerent, full rtf roots: palmettos, in some members; of whi., perhaps, are not here. penmate them for the loss! of New York is }papers are full of copies of h.ttl'rJhic'h it

j' f conic to an agreement;; on any issue of tins places, and low and miry in others ; in a Thins: we have all the machinery of thirty I questionable.The! and has addressed to otlice-holders in the State
Federal service infer
,: day. This want of agreement exists, not wet season almost impassable, and in a dry odd useless committees.\ .. There is:\ no complaint I llepudiators"majority for governor is: ly what sum in and iingthmnprccise-cents theIre expected
only among the [leaders' butt IUilt'1S conspicuously about that.. Nearly $:lOdO) is l'lotilllatcIIIIII\\ ten thousand, and the majority ; dollr
L I among the rank and{ file, and i iI isimmediately season deep in sand. There arc few portionsof u day to pay con1uitec'! : treasuryas
manifest whenever a living our country where one can drive any distance taken out of the public! .treasury In that way, in the legislatures, on joint ballot at 18. a percentage on their salaries) toward the

I question} is brought;; up for discussion It with pleasure. and not a gentleman on the other side has expenses of tie current Republican canvass
I I is whetheradministrative JIA 1 1.K O.I It XO TES. It is enough for Mr Curtis and his followers
what the
matters not' question! found fault will// Yt. have those
I reform or financial reform, or We have road laws, and occasionally n any They / to reply that the Democrats are no "better,

1 any other of the numerous measures: now road overseer starts: out with number of clerks now, their own appointees\ for their which 'i i is the answer they have always hitherto

,' 1 'prominent; before the people, it cannot Let hands to work the. roads.. He has a general; own personal convenience., :' THE (;iiiKcv: COVE it MEUIO I\u.r.o\n. given when they have faced withan
exhibition of abuses
of this
i \ brought forward, either in Congress or else: idea that the road. !should, be heaped up in According to Mr. Rock's statement, which vVe hail a call last t Wednesday from our trouble with such Republican: : sort f civil The
1 npostles; e>
;, :: I: where part'ranks without; and.causing S') long a as division this! want in the of the middle, and he trenches: the side of was not denied, over frH)0! ) )) was squanderedfor ) friend R. "". Davis: E.-+II., of Green Cove service reform is that while they preach

,J 't : agreement lasts!! the party \\'lInlh; \\oith- the road scrapes up the soft earth. into the services not performed by committee Spring it Mclreise[ Railway Company, who that it I is paramount they llo not re-cognize

I j.' 1 h'14'4" an agent of reform. We dwell l thus middle; and !shows at least that he has beenat clerks: during this: brief. extra: session of the with )[r. A. F.; Vogelbaeh; the general superintendent as paramount' in their practices. Whenever

'; ':, mainlv on the condition of the Republicanorganization work If rain follows, his. soft earth Senate. was on a visit to the city. their they! reach independence the pinch falls of short a political of their canvass doctrine -
: becaino it is the III ,
: party
,i: ,. t, ; but t the Democracy i is: scarcely less power dis- makes a sticky paste! and a poor road, becomes There is certainly great room for reform Their purpose was: to obtain from the trustees I will, be : wholesome and novel ,

f ti :: t eordant: than its: rival, and the only question worse for the unskilful work which about the capital. There arc 'hosts,' of unnecessary a withdrawal from market of the lands event whl'1 they rise to the consistency

( : I ,1' on which( cither party acts as a unit is the has been done \11'01it.. In working Florida clerks! Iloorrel'cl'Spag-es! and ,subofilcials along their Hue to which they will be entitled of an their unqualified} "''l'IUIICLtiol of the practices I

question} of the oll\ees.\ : roads:, it i ii best t to disturb, our light! soil as of all kinds. on completion of the road 1 In this dare to stigmati/e own parti.1 Republican (: when they.. i
The Htrnld( it is sometimes asked if politicIII11l.!
says : anew little as possible.! The road-be.l should be they were readily successful: From Mr. meats as: corrupt and oppressive, without at

1 party Is to be organized; on what issuer packed as hard as- may be ;and surplus\ water WASIliXOTOXUKKVT Davis we learn that the wurk of grading the same time heingguihty ofa semi-apology!
r; I it to !stand! ? This question' it tries to answer fo thl'l by belaboring the Democrats in
first of December
t turned} off by culverts into lowest: places.! will bo commenced by the t that con n eetiun.-.1*. l". n
by saying that what they want is a All fallen timber should" bu cut out, and : m1'no'EMENTs: IN TIn WIUTK HOCsETIIK :: with the expectation of completing the dis lul[

prI : washes. filled\ up. i-KKsi KENT'S! UKP: 10 :\rw: YUlimi--I,):'- tance to Melrose' 3J miles in five months. UNDER the caption "The two suits into

\ The best system for making good roads: we !irtiN, OK so F..TlllxU E::.., ;-( UOWTH or From Mclroseto Gainesville the distance is : which,two Governors get themselves," tit I,

t spirit of progress;; and, working up reforms! can thk!; of would be to let out to the lowest TIn \TION\L r\PIT\L. but\ 17 miles, and it is not likely that the ConaliIdionsuys : .1'esterdaytimell'illinman; 'I

t, because! It loves to do so, and which while : bidder each section of road. to be kept in T" the K'Utnr of the Mirror : road, wilt atop short of that placeThe roadis } tic Company c.lhllome work against time, in 1
\ ,
avoiding destructive radicalism well
1 ': : as asa repair by contract, and levy a highway. tax WASHINGTON, November; IS, l. 1 to run through: one e>f the most! attractive which the; old father was vanquished One

stolid conservation, shall ever be ready to to pay: the expense We believe that with For the next four ,\'(' Washington: will portions of Florida.-I'convmlft.We of the features of the day's: doings was to be ?
vdvnnce, with tho advancing\ wants of society
I .." such a system we should have }better roadsat devote herself almost; entirely, 'fixing" have (good authority for saying that the making of the two suits of clothes from

: a \less cost: than under any system of road for the session The President has gone to the Melrose it Green Cove Springs Railway: the seed cotton BrLht. and early a number i
The ideas of the llerall are hazy. Xo
1 1i I very : working based: upon the calling out of. hands.oIMxt3K New York ; snide say to vote, others say for will bean accomplished:;; fact by May next. of people Wl'lt out to the grounds to l'l the
t reform we'er begun on general princi
i a purpose. romantic and matiimonial. One .Philadelphia company of{ capitalists have pre>cess. A little after sunrise a few individuals
: pies .There must !be specific evils\: to correct,
( ritonVCTIox. thing is. certain ; he cannot vote, for ho has the enterprise in hand The survey has on hand for the ol'l'a"lol, stepped I
I I and specific\ good to be accomplished. Xo
We quite agree with the Huriilitin in its failed to register; but win will say he cannot been filed and work will soon commence. into one of the patches on the grounds: and ;
r mere talk\ about a !spirit of progress;: : and advancing criticism: upon the exuberant and highly I get: married. Of course, the elaborate fixing" There I is reason to think that the railwaywill : almost in a twinkling the cotton was picked

.'\. i [ with the lI'I\' : acing wants: of society colored talk of pcoplcon the tipper St. Johns I that i is going; on at the White House[ be extended through Gainesville to the uJllilllet l At twenty minutes to even it
will ever torn, the la-is: : of action. UI i way, entering first the Kiton
J; l '.., The Ifs I admits that the Republican: about orange growing. We have recentlyseen : new carpets\ :., frescoing; furniture\ upholstered Suwanee river, and that steamers will be put picker : at seven ti clock it went to the Fuss

\ a statemer.t that the orange crop on : in old gold) regildint, and other exquisite on the St. Johns\ and Suwanee rivers to run it Pevey cards thence to the railwh'ad.
party i is a failure, and cannot ho relied l upon built by, the
Machine
full bearing trees would average 2.UMI( or details of eautification l may have nothingto in connection with it.-Alnchun AJrocatt. Lm\1 CommpanyTlcu
I for reforms. There are :specific evil to l beremedied rapidly I its to the sjn-esler
I foU way
\\ doubt do with female
lIIg)4l'r( year. whether the u permanent\ occupant. built
J and \ t to be City Machine Company of
c specific good accomplished. hII"
; writers know the the\ But thc interest taken the President .POLITICAL JUItGK.
moaning wordaver- I {itersonal : by I'TU\'illI'c. From there it went to; the
( Democratic party professes lull ag'o'l' have heard of gentleman who in the new installation of the old mansion It is: conceded throughout the world that Fails tt Jenks frame, and was soon what the
1 t It' Tire to reach: both. Let its professions be when thoju.1idfof u :State or becomes observer! was ready to threadThis ,
said the\ price of land averaged from two totwenty would sevni, at (least: to intricate that he country I'fUIWIJ'e
tried and 1 then found let the amid the rights"and was to loom and the
I wanting, newparty partisan political ; tLkt1 1 Crompton
i dollars.' The true of knows something about !mural decoration
the ,
n average ; cessof
liberties such state or artserious prI> w c The crowd
assert itself that country : <:\illg :
demanding
I t specificmeasures orange crop I is what jan:: be gathered for a and the aesthetic belitmviit of the home of I ly endangered. Justice:, is no )longer!Jiland that hind l watched )11t1'\1 coure the cottonas

It t shall !be adopted, and planting series of )'l'aN.c' arc satisfied that for of-well, I let UN say the U.xecuthe: of a great and impartial, but sees with junnd\ccd eye. it lel frul stage to stage grew until

r \itself upon defined} issues.The : full bearing and, well-established )groves theaverage n:1IIIII'l.'rh"I'i lie-,will live-) alone for three and bee nit's biased' whimsical. 1 and\ capricious. \ the. were blocked up: Everybody
Democratic party proclaim! Itself in H--IKV it is ll'lievl."IIIall wise men wanted to see the work going As sooilas
of economical administration of one year with another for any five years tend four, months: in tim! splendid} that judicial oulcvrs should keep themelveiwh the cloth emerge.! from the Oi IU41 it w: .

favor an years: will[ not exceed wen hllllclrl..i I mirketablo : .' halUiind luxurious lIolul ir:;, but it U the > fl> aloof from 'partisan. machinations tlkel to the dye hou** of : Spene-er Thomas

I the government, absolute honesty und integrity oranges to the tree, and some w\ II- most; inappropriate\ cave for an anchoritc, and that the bench should never l II e permitted and dyed. _'O.soon as I dried) it wa"
in official: Iot.li.n.: .. sound' currency, informed : to !lie lowered into the arena of poli taken to,the Wheeler! A Wilson exhibit
persons' think that\ is too high. th.ltatun: ever invented. Furniture! has where the suits
were cut out-one fur Cnvrrnor
the intcrcMs
of of
i n legitimate devuloiatmit! Rut even at the hundred to the trccor$7..r lKt'n ordered from" sJrvIrk, and it is expected ties.If this be true-and no sane man can Colquitt and one fur Governor Bigelow

commerce, u tarift'up.n foreign goods which per MI, nun the |'rollt of oraugo culture that everything will be completedand \ doubt it-then! the United States. i itruly in The silk. which had been furnished: bv Cheney .

shall throw the least possible burden upon\ is quite enough;:: t t', satisfy nay reasonableman. : the mansion; ready for occupancy by a distressing plight. The IVderal judiciaryesjwiallv Brothers, and which trims of Am'ericanmanufacture

a this consumer, and to some extent, fr lint the tike tho'JOth with whkh \\t notoriously partisan, ami is constantly. was ready. The nuking of
inst. The ,
( 1 oraiu'f', all other\ !goodthingsrequirestfood :! > cast room i both in 1 llU dvi"ioas from the the suits teas commenced. The cutting was
the abolition of internal revenue excises : : i-aMul I, la'toiimi.treatment visitors! to the capital are familiar will \\c, bench, as well as through i er>'onal acts, giv- lone by Atlanta's fivordtetailor, Mr I Gro-s, ?
s N : tares, An>'>ng; tho issues: of the day which vvidvnw thai in thU whine taste and!
and its production depends on the refurnished. throughout, and the) wood work iur (country justice Is ability guarantce-d: i'erfrc
r dem.vi-J it> :action is civil service reform, care it has received.CIIL'L'S will be carved in mo lorn anti I elegant: tIe. regarded a'Fl'mlh' to political, ue-cess.. NoD in his department of the work 'fit
A of thU has but receutly button: holes were made at the of
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rate
Swlicve it woul.take this
; :and, uj r trikil' t\o I
.
- _- 1 liigl\1. I prtll'I: 1 IJvtry: one remembers minute by H. 1..1'hel.t, of Xew York on
a Mibject. it' in {power in a practical and r.v. 1.ntOSITIO\; .\ the government\ depart! { menu are being tni' !II.n.I.l) p siHti t.ikt1 by the Fedrt timeNattonal l Machine a'IIuntHtt.l-

s {, efTeet.ve manner so as to secure the greatest A correspondent\ of the :Savannah; : .\'''''' repainted and rx'placed Jn projtr{ condition. .> ,!.. ,>, ..1 Virginia! come monthsM'lo hole machine. As the .! .uit'

c efficiency: in civil service and} removing the mentions the fact that on Monday over ,:U,- But it is not the government alone that is: wit. !h.< or.It-r.-i l the .trr. /: and Iri dpc came completed from the hand of the p
.
,> : :. sut; 'i'ld.-'t :1 ama: num itiwea'.fliKLMiisutheyibu tll.IN.IU.1 l in tlief elingtheGaverlerwore
evils: of the present system.! Olio people visited .'UTl'IIU\g l'i: circus that national of :
1 laboring to Impl'tthe x-at government 1- I out \' ..1.tl'I their {, >cii>iic Till VALVK OF Ml'CK. city, and! more t than 1IIINIIIIUI.l t ( overone.I d. an I Il'r"IJ.lr'1it t for the i.'i'uisaiuUof I Jl'J.IH"r'), -whu th.l''I- chat at unris dangled, tlew- from

j lar, and the bul.nice over seventy-five cents visitors who l'tllIt''cr whimt.'r tn spend a sl.1111 unft understand: :UI1 1 intelligibly the stalk*. S mooch for Cot mlltnel.en"t1| ,.

I 111:. rtUU\N'ii! KAPUUK.NVK.. *. 'p'ImisMion; and yet trains. ran to the Kpuaitioa : :. fl',1.1)10., or a f't1U'luth", in Washington! 'mO iHT'onn! of them: the-' l1tiwhid1 tllir would Xovthi : Po ---

There ha been a good Beat of discussion with hardly 1 \'IIII.'t'ue'r"| ; to U cur, and to eiigjye; in itt.i t .hiunahe! "uU.tivs ; to view .rt'ltn"julge figures again as u )K htical! } ;tuaster.tt'nl'rd1 J amt wl'hl Florila -
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in the ['"im, as to the value of muck us a fertilizer probably lev" than l.<">p.t.pleat" fifty\ e't'llb. its historic an i architectural monument ; .{tlt, ant If p-a-iMc.. in moreobiiosinu[ .* next week on I pleasure trip and remain

t one party claiming for it grt'at'llu(' to see an exhiliitioii worth ini.retotiny man, tu Ht Ih art cotlouitin: ; and 1. especially, to timedrhttt light th:.in+ tai fornu-rJy the< : }United It "eem States that Senate during about two.-weeks.- :

and the ;';her that it was almost talueles\ woman or child than nil the circuses that hear, in time, two I legislative" ).1I H* of the {'ul'i. Tuirs.iv! n') the il'mmt i of t ntinniu'rifji&ij !on The Stute atu.tin. Texas, "3"'mtttdr
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Muck is the general name'applitsl.} :o the dei | ('\'N1..ih l tier Is.: ul.s4>mo ,"cnl who, thju l t. .;h li\n! r' niv hU- ,( $ &"rsMiu., ih* Uttdibtcr, a,'oiuuv, \ destroy Iuu.'l'lJ by fire on Thursday.

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,/1ii'i' i* about 1 llutlleps: Iluutntcrs1'uckers'rm'k Folders. ,
,, point, nod its depth varies frun On next Suml.iy;, nuvning.; tu/ accommodate I.Il'I'11IIell'II1tt:1l'llllIl'llhl: : (Ui,,' Plait-
; ,0 fl'l't11 the increasing i winter t travel fur Florida, ers ; Youiifi's, Andrews'!' and! Magic
,4?, Il' tn-enty-tbur alonj the Charlo-ton and Savannah\ 11I1Iwuwill I 1'laiters I
I ; Tracinjj WheeK Tape
I i. '1,1, c,>:i't of the! U'llf: a s.md: bar begin! to> run a speci.il limited\ passenger ;\Measures: ; at'h jill' Hell1. Wholesale and Retail Houses.S

"ii formed, at a distance:: from the Kind train making the through\ trip to Jacksonville lias? CntterWheeler; >v: WiI'Inll!

.I'I ,, from one in f, three )mile The[ onto in 1't'\'CiI! bourn' Thh! will he a great (liaises, llnish Pad, llohliin". nndWrenrhen
.It" 'lie convenience to /the traveling) public and add ; Shuttles, Bobbin! ', Needles,
., St. Andrew's, across. this bar: i Is !I:1 {'\'-. to the of this favorite:
,P I growing populatity Thread Cutter, Cheek and Feed Springs! etc
:1 n feet deep (see Pnitetal's::: coast route. /WAgent fr l:. IhIU'rh'li .V ('()*S .
and i is marked by buoys ; the chin During\ the just !six' months a great deal Patterns and 1 Publication, Send your address --- "
"( dlh'.1, until it then of work has been done on this! ro.id, and the for Catalogues and ;Metropolitan( Fa!Ii- .
", run-. thence erodes road-bud, track, rolling' stock and! engines; ion ltl'I'Ifrel':: 'I"
tlx'Cimt.t thence running! northwest!' will compare: favorably with those of K. It. SCOKIKLD.: OF GOODS SUCH A3
any I AM[ IlltYlxn( CONTINUALLY( LAIM1K( : QUANTITIKS : :
h I ,111 tbur miles. The depth, after crossing! other lino in the -tat" or South.: About fifty .4-Miin st W. H:1..Jack'lll'lIIt'. :: Fla.
thousand( new oro*"tics have been putdown ... _
niter bar, varies, out is nownere mess -- ---- -- -- --
; the road h from Ibis city t Yemassoo, r,11'11'l'S: olt.iinedforncvinventions
[,,?I ,,'venteen feet, and frequently nuii hwiityfour. a distance ofiifty-nino miles, has been. laid j ()1. fur, improvements!' in ,,1.1Oll
This part: of the bay i isH !' with new fifty-pound;' Okll! rails made) by (' Caveat", Infriugenieuts'I'rmude, ; ( I

I, i: ,''ur miles long and from two to two the iVmisylvamn Steel ( '.,mpIIIY ; improve-d and all !patent business!' promptly attended

., half wide ; it is perfectly I {land-lucked, 'A'iiarton switches have been j l'ut, in at all to. (INVENTIONS: THAT[ HAVK: HKKN11RIKCTKD ; FLOUR GRITS MEAL CORN
the stalions be'tween Ch:irh-ston! and. Yemas.: : : may still, in! most c.iscs' bci ,
in, nun:: 1\11 excellent harbor, free (from the woe, and) the entire line lIah"I'11: overhauled.lvo cnted bv us, IJcing; opposite! tinV." :S. fats
L.iw rolling of the sea .\t I the western c.\- ) new ,depots have jn>( been CmMicd, cut om'cc, and enirau'etl\ in PATKNT: lU'SINKSS ) (- rk

,..",ny' of this bay a sand bar h.n been o.e: :at (iralrimvi'Me: ', flit livt loagby thirty' : KNCLUSIVKLY: : we ran secure patents a
feet in width, and another at ( been I'oinl, in less time than those who are remote
,I.'l'r, which the depth i is fourteen
rill'
nu'a-uring one li'indicd and l thitteen feet inIcnjrth from Washington.
\ After 1 parsing! : this bar tho depth in them by. thiriy: feet! in width.! Two new When Inventors;; send model or !'!sketch

,II, ,, channels: : varies: from fourteen to tank have; he'cn built one at (!rahamvilleand : we make!; search in t'-e' Patent Olllce and HAY, OATS, FH13I ) AND RAN, '
the other at Uavi-nel's.:; Each of the :advise to its jiatenlability fnv nf chnriCorrcspomlenci' ,
us t
htv feet until the headwaters of the this .. ) / /?
tank has:" :a capacity l of thousand
twenty ;gal: cojilidential tVes
; reasoniihle -
.
|ri,>;nt bays are nearly rl'nchl"1.hl'l1t two lonand is "iipplied. by steam power. The ) ; and, NO (CI1AKJK( ; : 1'NLF.SS: PAT-
tiles above the inside bar this hay opens\ work at the Savannah; : river cms-inn; is pro.irrcssiuj KNT IS: Oin'AlNKD.)

(ltd a most beautiful open bay of a trhngut : ;* favorably.: : One-half .of the piers \\'e refer by permission to the! City\ Postmaster t-
for(' the new r.iilroiid I hrid.e;; have been nearly : and to the Superintendent of the
\ iverinjj an 31'1'of probably' notrlhan completed, and 1 the crivtion! of the iron Post-Ollice Money( Order Division in Wash .
-, ,': twenty !square' milt-- Its sl'o:4es' : spins: of the bridge will begin) December ington. For special; references, circular, service By the Cargo and Car Load.

\\o bordered. I by a pure sand l beach ; this: isinled 1. Xew life tllld'i, "r i is displayed: bi the terms, etc., address, !

: by the tall pines and the magnificent! magement: of the, road at every point, and C, A, SNOW: ('0",
the business!:! the line is steadily increasCured. 2-tf Opp.l'atcnt Olllce, Washington D.C.IXSTICI'tJTIOXS .
kergrecns whose )branches are interlaced irtg; ,
----
iith numerous vines: and draped with rich: : IX IAXC'IX. ,

Ltoons of the Florida moss, all these!' add- l'tJIIsl""llInn .

14 to the natural beauties of the bay. This An olil, physician: retiring from active TUHSDAY AFTKKXOON; at three I AM[ THUS[ KNA1JLKD) TO SKLL: TO _. ,.,:" :
practice haying: had. placed in his bands!' I by ON,'l'Iol'kOl'loIJl'r I''lh.: the undersigned. .. "
.northernre I ; an Iapt; India missionary: t the formula of a will open a :SCHOOL: FOR DANCIXO( for ;"-, .f.' -..
simple! vegetable! nliudy'lor' ) the M ccdy and children at the Lyceum dull Instructions "
Lvn of St. Andrew's. Alas it was wan- p'-ini'ini'iit' ciireof.. ( 'unsiimptioii I! i lironchitis, will he given\ every: Tuesday and Friday ,
July burned during the "late unpleasant-! ('lIlal'l'h.lhlll'I i. :and all Throat and. hungalTlclions afternoons.Jltf ,

'S.i," On this site repose the earthly re- :for Jeneral!' aNo Debility:a positive and all UIIIll'I\lli'ul nervous complaints cure *Terms for a course of 12 Lessons!' !! I.MILS. DEALERS, FAMILIES: EVERYBODYAT
,
I.iins of the late (J"\'( ru"r Clarke, of Ueori. after having tln,roughly tested its : 1'. It. LIVINUSTON, ,

The grave i\! marked by a he; titiful Wtlltll'rfllll'lIrltli\'l powers in thousands ofcases Miss H. IIALTXKLL< : ,
feels it his duty to make it known to Teachers.
lirble 111011 JUIIeIi t. From the northeast Miss: AXX1K: TH'-KKK
hiM : Pianist 10roie !
Lie buttering folKnvs.: 1'hl'l'lciJtl' will be sent .. __,_ ___ '_
of Central what i is known ---- -- - -
bay, East h
as free of charge, to all l who desire it, with full .
kv, extends for distance of nearly thirty directions for )preparing and successfullyusing. SALE:, TIII-:

Jiles, and varying in width from one to Kverv: of1"patient is! also! entitled to a Oil KXCHAXdK: for improved city }prop
free TImE COMPLETE l'IIYSICI.txna
copy '
lur ,
miles, : points jutting out into the
many '
w (11..01'n'arl (OK: )
pages, containing over #0 ACKKH: OF (:iOOD IUCH
jitcr form several bays of considerable size, .WO 1 ) formulas., The )latest: and be>t family ,

depth diminishing towards the head, hutvigable medical! work out. Address, with ptamp, or HAMMOCK[ : LAXD,
stamped-addressed envelope, Dr.) M. E. on this! Island ; fifteen acres under cultivation. -
for vessels: drawing ten feet !
quite UEI.I., Kil N. (alvcrts street, Ia timon', Md. For information, apply toF. VERY LOWEST PRICES.
to the extreme limit. .Many large and .- C. SriiUKIl) ( ,
ep bayous open into these bays, affording: Neil' \41,.ertrsenlntss.fiO1t1NSON --- :U7 Mansion!' House.Irol .

l',d harbors and excellent locations fur _. .- .- .. .. ,_ h _

Jiubcr mills. :Several: large creeks;: empty'o .V ('0.. >sssioiiu111nd. IliiMinoNN C'ir dss ,
II
.. ,.
--- -
East bay, rendering. their waters suita-! e "'ile-alo. and Ketull: Dealers in '-- ----- ..
T. "
1-\I.. II'nt: t ,
fur the production of the far-famed: 1)rus, Jh'dit'hu's. I"a..u',' Goods,

liilrew's oyster. From the head of tide- NOTIONS. 1'IST011.4: : .1\1'TOHSI'Y; AT LAW, TillrUHLIU: : IS COIIDIALLY) INVITKD) TO EXAMINE: MY STOCK OF;

liter in one of these creeks, the We-ta- ('li
"' to the Chipola, a navigable' ) tributary of No. 751Y. Day :St.: JACKSONVILLE:, 1"1..jj ...\. FKUNANDINA, FLA.

I'1 Apalaehicola!: the distance but eight \\'C' stall) at Savaiurih .prie-es.. .....{'inl n, .nUl'nll"..._.......". ....h.. ,"".. t.,... .,.....'In..II... ..II.;;.
: From the northwest angle of Cen- .p--Send for! 'quotations. .t'.'-.'Illy4'l' dl( (lice 1 over IIor!>I' "M' )Drug Store.! 42-f>"m

.l 1 bay extends: } another arm, this, at a dis'cc -- -- - -- GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
MKV'.S: 1I1 (.11 SCHOOi; "'J'. ii. c. i) iJKViii: ,
lit'llIollt threes miles! divides
,
one
MAKY'S; (iKOUiIA.riiin ; :( .i I
.inch running west about thirty miles long GENERAL: COMMISSION :\lImCIIAXT: .
d I from ten to fifteen wide. It extends to : KXKHCISKS: : ()l lo'+ THIS SCHOOL '

thin ten or twelve miles of Choctawhat- _L will be resumed the first! Monday inSeptember CKMTUK: Sr., NKAU 11. Ii.: DKI-OT) ,

ie lIu)'. West bay cu"crl111 area larger, :BOY;; \ and, IfvSl.(JlULS: Thorough for the; best preparation: Colleges: in of FKIINANDINA, FLA. ,1STOIIES', I MAKK: A HPl-X'IALTY OF SUl'l'LYINd:SSI:I.S WITH, '

'bably, than all the others! hut its" waters! Georgia. guaranteed; i ;.

not so It is For Circular: hay, 'orn Oaf.s.
deep. bordered by extensive ,
addressW. ....&....--._. ------ '= .
C. WUKiHT! ----- ----- ---
ueies forests. The northern ---

,t, its total length ln-ing about arm thirty runs north-miles -jo( __. m __ ____1 Principal: !! --__ ",')II:S'Jlcf "I.'IX, .

'J width from one to three miles, and 1,.11111t HAKIllS rO XT IIA CT 011 ANi D 11U11.1)EL'} ; and <<
JIIl1.NJLERY.
I'th' in channel fourteen feet to withinlit l LACKSMITIIS( AND! ) HHH'-SMITIIS; ,
miles j) Alachua Street, )between Second. and Third, I
of the head. Cattle
bteamers I; l'i"-t" t St., oppo:,ite.lvery'o Stables.:
twine; fourteen feet and uIJo'orlm'r't FKIIXAXDIXA, FLA.
go up All kinds of repairing done at short notice
)bayou, which is: about eight miles rind at rtaumahlcratcs.. itttt Order and estimate* from a distance
(arefully -
in the head of the where w--- ----- ','
bay two "
largo attended
to.
'
Notice '!'sl:\:>111 !.).t f DKALKIJS: : ON TIm LINK OF TIm: ItAILllOADrf
'('k$. Cedar and Hear, and Bayou d'corge'pty J't'l'N. -- -- -- --- --.----. ; AND! TIIRIlIVKIl CANNOT

all are navigable for several miles. I WILL beat the following 1'lal''SlIt the R'. K. HAUKXKJUr, DO IIi7FTEIt'rIiAN: : CALL AND} IllTV, AS I OUAUANTKK TO SELL: AS LOW AH
tinu- stated,( below, for the purpose!' j)f .\tit:.'< TIIK 8AMK: (300DH} IN TIm SAME
n e ('reekslilt! bayous being very deep! receiving the State and County Taxes for IT, QUANTITIES CAN UK: 'iJOUOHT IN JACK-
:jrd good( 1 the VVHOI.K.SMK ANt ItETVH: SONVILLK! : Oil ANY NKKJlIIJOItlNO: .
anchorage, and very Miortarves ,prt'I'lIt'car: : CITY I HAVE KVKHYTHINO{ IX STOCK

are required} for loading and disarging. 0"11I':0lnUIt"I: Monday.( Nov. 7, 1881..!. ErTCHKIl: AND) STOCK DKALKU; I THAT ANY ONK CAN KKASONAULY): WANT.GROCERIES "
King's; : 1'crry'I'ueiday, s, ANIDriller > I
and fur
rafting logs. Above i is
: a Dunn's) reek Wednesday." !J). in Ice.TKNNKSSKK .
tcnient of facts in regard to the form, size 1v.IIiggirmbotImata's'I'bur! : ,.mi1yNo\'. 10 :
;
:
1 depth of the waters of St. Andrcw'.s !hay, ISM.llnuidy. HKKF A SPKCIALTY: I

lured from my own observations, having Hraneli.: Friday! Nov. 11, 1881 KKTHI.M; STHKKT Wir tar,
Callahan, Saturday, I::!, I'1hrL' ltf
'n a constant visitor; f 'r the lust thirty 1 II .. FKUNANDIXA. FLA.
: s Uoad.: Wcdhftxlay, :!. ---- ---- .--- OF ALL -
-- KINDS.
rs. Asa! !summer resort its natural ads l'ourvitii-'t'bur.dty. :I, o. s. OAKIS- :

'ltages; : cannot be surpassed in the South. IJakerville, Thursday, .,, .
:
Amelia! Friday, II CoXTIlACTOIl .
1.
e delightful sea breezes by day and the W. F. SCOTT,_ AND IHIILDKU.MOULDINGS : .' .

'd breezes by night render it a most desk- Collector of ltevt'sue, Nassau County. '

,e! place in summer. You feels like you Fernandina. October 1.). ll'iiSl. 4J! M.1NCYtlTt'kr-4

rein a different zone. Fish: are abundant .-.- IJUACKKTS:;, :HAWKD; AND i. 'l'OJt\CC( AND CIGAKS.'V::::./;

1 fine ; both salt and fresh water fall can VS|! IjINCIHMATl TUIINKD I1ALUSTKUS:; NIJWKI.S: : -;". .<< .

taught in abundance, 1 liy just enough hat v-- STAIn lit: II S, WOOD KAVKS'TliOrnilS : .

give zest to the sport, irwii turtle, '
SHKATIIINO::
WIEEK'LV ,
.' :u,-urt, ftnnal. TIMES
for 5U e,.:gs; and) the de- WKATHiiMJOAil: .
_.
'-uxifl lid!, can easily be uLtaimd ; V'- a..rn..r.rwhas IxnJFLOol: '"'. A Full Stock
of
!10,.. .scallops, and! othert-hell fish ar"II\UII.\ for more than forty ye*" mutntnlnH Its ... ,_ ':'1l, > FURNITURE
if Hut r..IUf'n os the lttllUmq \>f'JJt'r f>t\heVevt.. a I-J. ;f ,
above oil ranks: the oyster, not ranks above all othera JM ('Inu,11)11, In flu '"''-
i-lled, even if equaled, by the celebrated ghee, nnd tn the estf nn tt lu readers: bM'aUq- Xlnlr aii l ('!tur11 11'urk"" .
it 1'4 just tile kind Jr tuber tile t'f '
I re 'ant.
rn.lk During! ;' the months: of Jql '. Au 71.e I1PeLh, 7':111.1'1 covers the whole ground A SI':JCIALTY.D00113 : -INCLUD1NO- -
, fir a t\r..t dru.4 t.&flllly Jfll1rrt&J. JL h
i : Jargf'r
411,15ePtCIIIllt'r I lu
: they were very line n..rl bt'H'r tint Imy hl h-J'rh.'Cl '
!, .il. Tim{.: bay N alxnit forty-five miles i :, ..t the r'Ii.l/! '; Itr rt'utllrllC rnattertwversb weekly of. AND WINDOW FKAME.SI:: Chamber Suits, Tables Chairs
,- uer Mro l4 more ,
; ,
!"ii ammo] twenty-live west! from your town.r ..,..ctlw', tiinl yet It costs emrt ul&ll.. !! uuU lit* rust OF ALL SIFs.; ;

, midte\ delightful; tu have u railroad to BUT OM: DOLLAR A YEAK. Janl: Office IJox 174. Bureaus, Rockers, Whatnots

Such a road might nily he built but jn't Our Raenti everywhere say It ii the f'n.ff'Ct Fcrnandhu, Fla.ami : ,
, build [".per in the field to 'aIlVWoJi for, and roadirs Lounges Bedsteads
it n'I have said h.rejjsHl'tsHr cf one I/) Mattresses.
f nou.,: year are pleased that they are jre UOoli6! ,
$
'- ( ,. JIlT;-,)" ", C'lurlfr.gigantic to -n-.v their sub-icrlpilous.! Eight naye- tntiouety, ... .'.
t'ijty-tix rUumnt fur one dollar and I
a year the .
iinj..t liberal terms to club Rtctit 1lOIZ.1I:1)UEl1. I V
fur ; statue uf l.ihertyto he pl.ucdl HjiocUnen copies fle '. Hv-n-l lor one before .

itedl l,H' land) in Sew York harbor, a ft. 'ruin 1 iu4M iblnj, jjy Walnut foe BI.y j'Hjr.)birttt' ., Ciuctoiual Artdr'f'f'c.l, O. lvhul-taJe a'ill 1t4.tuU13UJJS. TIIK MOST ACCOMMODATING( KMl'JXJYKri: : IX' THK CITY.. :.. '.

tit fori.i t:.)) fevtb.! from whose| brow '_.. .,. .t : -
-1. -( '!;"In! STATIOJIIV.JACKSON ,
rt will (mile the
great rhilu| THE DAiLY: 7MES! -
t t" !i. .it i" ui near OJinjiletioii! thut it StAQJ ,'I d

: .. :*: in INl fititi.i ji aliuut eleh'I lthence 1"gril! page, tarty-fight ciJamnt. Ih ',. or's: 9 I1'SU', I .

.>tth.| or tv.of .. ylar4 tit in->t. It 'forthreernontLI.oilnr tyear,83for.ltnonthr H&H the large-ten, 81 ula.no '-llt \\1or 11\>) $rio rr, I S.AN'"EORN"JS:

male Upn or any IWT In Cincinnati. .
haill/llen"I e>'pj>er, the >* ] tIe bert
tJl ns4? advert ftmg medium and \.rr.u:; .
'm U.rne + the beat 1'8fo'r for )''..U11"irN'laool :))).\. "
IM Fly Ihl'll pt uia! tf Trance. The' reader who woulJ know of bit worUI* w 1tJSecond

tu; wilt .ran.| on a 14.tr.tal) of ,uonry doings p&rteO.a>AuJftv prouij.tlr* imt-starCluctnua1,0.tut the news can Ins lo>

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FLORIDA MIRROR : NOVEMBER 12.


---,. ----- ; -t -'--- ; ;; :--- -- COVXTY.County I Assessor/ f> JV/a-fS/ -Thoiiia- ]:
n.urm
Tin: out IJOJll ONTo Eighth. Arrondfcsemcnt!! in which the palaceis 1 (aENEU.tL iIIII'TOlil'I: Point]
Jit,l'jc-n 1). Davis, Sanderson.
the, Dlltor of the Jlirror : i situated. This: formality will he witnessedby > Collector of ]:t'l'clllle-l'tl'I" .
r Untied Stale! Olllc'('.'" Ul'r1.lJ.. Puns, Sanderson.llcrf r' \
1Virtt.ursnulu,1't.: November 1, 1831. the Presidential household and. the U. C. JcrI1l1ollIlkTflolt: Ocala.tfuwrinfcnilcn.
: ;
$ -
t.SIOrF1($, G\IXKSVtt.t.E.: ::
A letter from this venerable city anti quondam ) friends of the famil '. Luncheon, to which flCITItfcr- A. Barnes, Gainesville.Receiver !' ..l.t'CI'Sof Taxes-George Canova, San- FortMrCoy.: / [ of School. I 11 I, i

capital of the Old, Dominion)' will contribute only n few guests, including the Papal Nuncio -.T'lhn F.1trlliu". Gainesville.tfurvcyor'Gentral ;: dcr: Smith
1?,
tf to the variety and, I hope, in some dc, have been invited, will be served, immediately -Malnchi Martin, Tallahassee. Sanderson.OMertor/ rf Jcr'cllllc-1-eming] County Jndtjc-Chas. S. P,n-", "

greo to the interest( of your correspondence.' afterwards, followed by n !short!! proto : f Schools-.\. J. '\rKHjicrintcmlcnt Cobb, Cl'r1'-1''ter. Knight:: }o\\, \\

1)1!) t I Until the Yorktown Centennial went off extant !service' M. WiNon:! belonging to the WT11NT COt RT.JtttleThonms I. Olustee.County. Sheriff{ George A. 1I'l11l'J'I'ij" !>\
Settle, Jacksonville Da.1t'FORn ("ot" T\ Assessor of Taxes--Walter! < \
Reformed I church The Roman Catholic :
H. this and the gubernatorial campaign were Marshal-.1. 1 H. I Durkee, Jacksonville.ChrkPhilip :Key West.Collector.
II mind in the service conducted( the Vicar of St. Phil- / .TI/tl'lc-.I.: 11. llichnrd: Pi'ovi lance.
rivals in agitating: the public : Waller, Jacksonville. Clerk )Henrv[ F. York, Lake llutler.Meri of RCI'CIiIleraltl'r: <
'... .j Old Commonwealth /.Iineo'tll,11 the ipps de flunk, the "St. George's" of Paris, is TtIt; .\f< KKVEM'E.Cvlkctor /-=\\'. \\'. Tnmblin. Starke. Jr., Key West.Fupcrineulctt! .

Fenders and the ,Rcadjmters have had full will be celebrated in the private' chapel of -Itennis: Engnn, Jacksonville.eoMn !! AMctt'irofTtut-es-S. C. Wain\\ right, Lake West! oj' c'w' *-- ,1. \' ,

swing in this particular.The ': the Elysce: a subterranean apartment; whichhohlsoulyoboutfifty fi.tssAt'
/ of 1ercaue-liunterry' Ilnynes, ('lt'STT.County .
people. After the ceremony
Centennial
management of the cxer- John W. Howell Fernandina.
Santa Fe.Sqerintendcrtl. Jttdifc-Hinton, J. pj; |
: dies has been extensively ridiculed, and I thohappy couple will leave for the chateau Edward: npIki1Jalk, : ol\\'illc. / of Sfhwh-li. 15. llliodcs, dina. "

i unfavorably criticized. But under. the circumstances ofChcnoccanx, where they will spend John F. Home, St. Augustine.J. :\ Starke.: 'la1o-J.. A. :Edwards. IVrn.m'Sheriff ,. ': .
.suite of M[. Currio, Cedar Key.Ml RRF.V\RI COfNTV.County : :Peter Cone, Fern.in,', '
the affair was managed( about as11t few days! prior to returning apartments .
11t 11 James A. McCrory\[ City .I/sacssorf Taxes -'m..11. (f", '
,
well ns could have been expected' It cannot in the Elysfc.: ; The President will Jiulge nandina.Collictvr. .
I .ale 0 fiicers." Point.Clivk.
f t"j' be truthfully said that Yorktown is an receive h political' friends in the afternoon. EXECUTIVEfloverHor : ; IIF.r\U'r'oIlXT.: -\. A. Stewart. Titusville.Awvror / of J:1'1'cnllc--nrl"I! I-l ...

'. attractive: city, while its )population' is: 2.rMO 1.'rullthe above programme\ it will be !seen' Bloxham! Tnllnhn of Titxc,*Wallace H. Moses, (!eur- nandina.Sttiicrlntendcnt. ,
Win. D. !ll'
-
I less than that of Fcrnandina arid its hotel : that nIl unnecessary display has been dispensed LiculclI"lf-( mcl"llOrLivi IIgston '\". Bethel gianna.Cullectnr. Callahan. of Seluol.--lV .' ',:

I accommodations far inferior to that of New I with. The proceedings will throughout Key West.Secretary of Hcvenvo-A. D. Johnston\: Orlando ', ,

York, or even Baltimore. Boats and< temporary be distinguished the most rigid simplicity of! Slate-John L. Crawford, Tal- ]: ; / Orange/ / county.Superiutcntlett "f t IfcJiools. -.\. Grady La / .TlIIlgl'-IL oit.txuECOI L. Sunmi-NTCnwlg \

i ]hotels )partially sheltered the multitude while not even the traditional "ex- aha"] Jongtroller-1V.+Ocl' D.) Barnes, Tallahassee.Treasurer : : Orange. Clerk--,1. Hughey" Orl.uSherijf : -< i l".

t ; while tIle dust, t the jam, pickpockets pobition::; of the b'oiarscutandcorhrillcdeno-( -Henry .1/EngleTallahassee: ('1.\\ COUXTV.f -Thomas: \L hiJl" !t',. "

1 nnd the men of the Ninth Massachusetts ccs has taken place. Rumors are current of .WfI"/lcy-GI'II'I'u/-h'orge 1' Raney Talla f ii1!! Jttilyc: -J. T. Copeland. Orange He-id Aosrsxor 1.rc.-.Iatnl'. :M.1 <
Fla.
the lot of than rich! and rare, of laces !silks' and hassee.Coinmifxi'iiier. Park.
I rendered one presents
more .
regiment, of Lands-Hugh A. Corlc) Clerk-0. A. Htl111ingtolGrl'CII\ Cove (Wltctor of J: 'enuc-I Ricliai: I'd l I "
Visitor anything! but a ]happy) ) one. !satins' such as! Paris alone can produce, but Tadhtha'see.Superintrudtii. Springs. Sanford.Sinwintendimt I.

1 I If there was: anything ]lacking: in tho these have been shown only to n few friends, of! 1'ullic JiUtlritctioii.. K. Mrri/, =James W. DeWitt. Green Cove of Si,moot---.1 :

1 management of the nllair, our distinguished und the female world ]has on this occasion Ft,-ter, Tallahassee.Atljutitit.iinrrul Spring::. Fort J Reid.:
3.T:. Tallahassee 4.srssornf Kingslcy.Cvllertw l't.TX.It"XT: \',
t i Yungo, TLrc.-1Vni.Conu-ayl ;
the deed been of of its most esteemed
took the will for deprived' one
guests
i lU'KRAU OF IMMIiiKMIOX. 'of JtL'Clll'm.: S. Phi mummer, Jnd-jc: of /'t'UHlh'-B.{ Han: -;'..ii. l I'
,t anti )perhaps! !' recognized the fact with all of privileges, the contemplation] of costly (('uttnmissiour-A..A., Robin-on\ TallahasClrrk :Maxville.MiHfriiitctulpiit. f.1"I'l'-\\. F. Forward, Pal.uk.: ,

J tH that: I the location of the festivities was!' J just u bridal outl t. Mdllc.[ bevy ]has little taste SCl'. / f Kcltwth M.[ 1'\ Gciger, S/icrtj-Thomas Shally.

r' 1 little too far South to have ensured, the hearty for the feminine delights a toilette cffreiice, -R. (C. Long, Tallahassee.Siiecial : Middluburg., : .1.I 'I'CII..IlrK 1 Tinnno'ns.Colltctnr .
..lt1I.d.Slllll1d Fail'hanks.tor!! of Tt'I'rllllr-.IcN'ph PiSuierinti'itU'Ht ,
cooperation% of the entire nation. and is much happier when accompanyingher : COM'MntV iotNTY.Cnntilif :
Jacksonville l'lal'c''alilo.. ,
D. S. ( of J'ailic .si
Building; ( ; ) '
m Tho enterprise\ of the Chc1IIll'ake.Ohio: :; father on shooting! expedition in tho .lad -W. :M.[ Ives: Jr., Lake City. Strickland.) I
Sl'I'KKMK; COflir. Clnk-John Vinxant: Jr., Lake (City.
t { Railroad, tray very commendable upon tho woods of Mount Sous Vaudray than when (7&iJvtirc-E., M I. Randall, .Tar'ksonville.AfKi'iciale b'1mriilr-J.! "'. Perry, Lake City.Aviffnr T\YIon ('ot'M I .

; occasion( in successfully using every effort, to indulging in Parisian! \ festivities.In .//I..fin'-J./ Westeutt, j r", Tallahas. f Tare*-L:. "'. m\"l'r: : Lake City. Cr'llItfI.T/III/i'-( I L Paik.-r.; P. I'i '

I complete its:: extension from Richmond to one of the Parisian Bureaux dc Police see. (,hector( T ) 1 Awjcialc Jmlicc/ -R. B. Van Valkenburgh, &i'H'riHlciultHt I I X"wl'ortews, with branch to Yorktown Corrcctionnclle a few days ago, a hardy son Jacksonville.Clerk Lake City. Sit in'rin temlent of'chno1s-T..I.: j FJ'tI": ,

When the first train passed! through the ancient of toil, accused: of stealing a pair of trousers, -C. J I. Foster, Tallahassee.uucriT DfVM, COVXTY. 1'erry.

I t town from where I write, which has was discharged by the silting magistrate, af- JVKiis. Cumin J/IIlvc-\\'iIliul\/ A. McLean, Jack County Tt't'fWll'cr-l.( } ) -uttOIlI':: < s
County ::!Surveyor). N..l Cox, 1''I'-\',
been in its isolation for centuries ter long and patient investigation!' of his sonville.Clirk .
a
reposing! First ('jrcllil-\\lg\l E. Maxwell, Pen- Collector of 1'I'CIIII"-.1.. ]II.! llardet !1'.' ,
the m scene was exhilarating and i intere"tin g. case, on the ground that tho evidence sacola.Second: -Thoma) F. I'tickman\ .lack'\onvillc. Assessor of Ta.ns S. II. IVacotk. I'l'

i ; The entire population\ turned out to wclcomb\ brought forward\ against him was insufficient Circuit-David Walker, Tallahas Fhrrift:-Uriah Ta.l'l's-\IJowden. J., Jacksunville.Asitwor Prevail Jackson. "ST. JOHXV 11)L.TY.County .

.: it ; horses! and cattle were panic-stricken, to establish; his culpability. Ho continued see.Third Cil',1/it-I'.r.: Vann, Madison.Fourth ville.Collector Judye M. R. Cooper! St. A aIi

;' I little] negroes ran screaming with fright, however, to keep his seat on the / Ci"'IIU-.1aml':3\ Baker, Jackson- of hcrcnue-Moses J. Brown, tine., Ii'I
't.; Jacksonville.Sutfriiitcnieiit. ( /,' '/-BartoloF. Olivcros St 1. A'
,
while more than one vencr.J; >]lelady of colorremarked prisoner's bench after his acquittal had been ville. 'Ii
i, tr Gaines ( nf fichoulu( Albeit J. llus-: \ SlierRamon! I[Hernandez: ,VAsscswr i
Cl'-citit; -James n. Dawkins,
Fifth '
:
The ] who had
the the
1i as engine came putting up formally pronounced. lawyer ville. sell Jacksonville.!; of Taxes-David L. Dun1'( '

(y':,f grade, IVi thing, he tired now ; jes lissen conducted defence, observing) that ]ho did ,sV.r/'i Cil'rl/it-H. J.. Mitchell' Tampa.( .I1.\ II1TlX COUXTY. Augustine.Colintor: :

t : : : how ho pant. not move, informed him that he was free to Seventh Circuit-'\.. Archer Cocke, Sanford County .I/lII:7c-lt'nr/ : J. Stewart, Jasper. St. of I.:t''cnre-Jocplt F. 1.I.ui<

[';. Concerning politics!:! in Virginia identified go about his::! business, if he had any. He Clerk! -J. Caldwcll!, Jasper' Augustine.Sniffli'ttudiiit of S'hC./ F. l'St. 11

t. ,,; I- with the State debt, of course those whodon't shook his head slightly, but did not budge. Court Calendar. Micrff( James M. 1 Duncan, Jasper.' Augustine.

) :': own any bonds seem'to manifest! greater ; By this time, no other case! being on hand nUT: ClUCCIT.Full J W.wr of ff 7i.rc..t.JCt''IIIlr.11. Hunter. II. H., Ancrum.Collector McLcod., ; SUMTEIl CUUNTY.Catly.TudjeIlenryfi.'as. 1

2 I'' concern and anxiety about their settlement the court was! nearly] empty.] Again addressing Tl'/'lIt- Columbia County.Supcrinteuleat; / : -.ill\', Lie .I

;i than tho creditors of tho :State::; do him, ]his defender inquired' with some Santa Rosa, Monday in October. of FdtOfjls-Joshua I I. Ilob- Clerk-Thomas J. l\ey, Leesburg.Sheriti .
Walton! Ith Monday: in October. =: 3. S. Dycln-s, i Lecsburg.'Assessor tl
i about their own property. The former, zealous irritation why the deuce he did not get Holmes, 2d! Wednesday after ,1th! Mondayin [ : crts, Ancrum : of Taxes-G. P. \rnl1.'c'IJ; to. 1
1i' I of the and ?" this!! moment October itnitxvxno: : ('ot"=''iT\,
politician, compose a majority up go "Step : way, Collector'of 1erelue-J. H.: G. H.tn"'
:. Rcadjuster party. Mahonc's attitude! at please," replied the steadfast sitter, {mil ]let Washington; 2d :Monday after Rim Monday County/ .lull fc-1V. L. Frierson, Brook! Sumterville.Snjierintrndcnt. I

mo whisper' in your ear. I can't go until all in (October. ville. of Schoolt-.\. C. Chirk!: 1,
present is !sublime! but only I so as!:J illustrating
the witnesses for the prosecution have left Jackson, Monday\ after 4th Monday: Clerk-J. C. Law, ISrooksville.Xlicri E;u m t.t'\'ille.
: ; : r tho power of the man to mould his!: own the court." October.. {/-J. 11. Mickler, llronk!;ville.Assessor SUWANHC: COUXTV.Comity ,

J ( fortunes, using men for motives with which .\lid why, may I ask ?" Escambia.: Monday[ in December. uf Tiurcs-Frank K.Saxon: I'rooksville. Judje! -)L1.. ]Blackburn, 1.
Because of the stolen trousers don't This act amended section 2 of act of February .
: to shape them the ::! Oak.
as! complacently ns mechanic
understand ?" 10, ,1; ,'-au'1 dues not change the Cullfftw r f Ilt'r'entic-P. M. Townsend,
Robert
: does sand.: While the coalition of you : Clerk- A. Reid, Live Oak
I J What about the trousers ?" Spring'rerut.Tlnru llrooksville. S/meri-: John R. Session, Live < >ak,
ri' ; tho Readjusters! with the Republicans: caused Only this, I've got 'em oil" ciiiccir.Sjirinij Sujirriiitciulcnt of ScIll1H., Thrasher, Assessor of 1.l'I'Sr. 11. Sessions! \\

j,' J many wliito men to withdraw- disgust A curious:: piece of intelligence] just! TamTaylor Fort Dade.: born. 1

j'. ; from the former party, yet the secession is been received from Mexico. According; to 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday: IllLLFISOKOrGlt COfXTY.County Collector of lct'cllIIc-HfI'l'rt' l"1'' .I 1.I

r : the journal which makes! the announcement, ApriL .ltl'lye-H. L. Crane, Tampa.Cliik Live Oak.
not
commensurateith the
: by any means Don (Carlos' has decided: on taking up his Madison. : 2d Monday: in April. -Win. C. Brown, Tampa.' iierintcndent of Sdwols-J.( 0. (f' Ji 1
u ; ]Republican accession John W. )Daniel: tho abode in that country with his wife and Hamilton, 4th Monday; in April.' ,Sheriff I). I"aac Crum Tampa. Live Oak.

i; t Funder candidate: for Governor, is!: so very children. Before\ arriving at thiolllct'rlllin-: Suwance, 1st Monday[ : after 1th! Monday. An.ie.mtr of! Tujfcs" -.-:'. l:. Sparkntan'l'amnpa.: Y01.t"t'J.'nt' T\ :ti

f, t popular throughout the State that the Read ation tho ]Duke of Madrid. ]prudently inquired in April. Ollel'l'f! U"I'l'IIIWP.. J Buns, Tampa.HitlicriHlciulcitt C'ountt/.ltmtt c-Jaumesii. ChandK L
whether his presence in Mexico would\ Columbia! 3>j Monday after fth Monday ; of.'chant.-1V.1',11ender on'faumpa. pri"l'.
".;, Dusters: themselves believe ho will be elected. be distasteful to the authorities. A satisfactory in .\1'1'11.T.ar'ayl'ttc. Cft'1'k-.Tohn W. Dickins, Ent"rlr:- tl

There is ono feature which you have doubtless replyas'' however, returned by telegraph Wh Tuesday! after Ith Monday ."f"Flr.sOo\. ltCl"iff-W. A. Cone, lnterprise..lssesJ ; : .

y I. considered pertaining to this! campaign' to the effect that inn free ]land(l like in' April. n"wltl.Tllrlqc-.T. 15. Cliri-lie, Monticello. ,' 'l1il.USJU1I1Illlcr'lon] Lit; ..

t Ic and that is the remarkable degree of chivalric Jle.\ico every one! was welcome, provided 1 Ill 1'am'faYlor ...hrri/j-T.! : 11. Simkins lont C'do.UlekW. pri'-e.
that! he did not the after 1st in
conspire against: tranquility 1st Tuesday Monday "' t 1 1I
C. Birth, Monticello.tfiijterintemlent Collector of lft't'IIIIe-Jolm Ii. Jord:m
which has been
t expression' !! paraded
: on i { of the republic. If the Mexican paper October.Madiion. Srlw"lsI Taylor Land.,
r I both sides during tho canvass The ]leaders is correctly informed( Don) Carlos may 2d. Monday[ in October. Monticell: ). of Siij( >ei-inleiulent of Sdwullfram, II< I!
therefore be to settle in 1th Monday in October.Stiwannce I,
Hamilton
t are spoken of. as champions, knights:; cavaliers : expected ere long a County Trca$urer-" l[. Girardeuu, Monticcllu. Enterprise
which, to of hot after 4th Mondayin
country especially' one Spanish Monday
] WKUI.tCOl'XTY..
etc. Reports of meetings commence
descent, presents many features!:! of interest. Oi tuber. ,
with : '"Che knighliest] knight who ever ( 'olllllliroll )[ntlll.aftcl' Hh Monday in (.Wkctor of l.t'NulC-.JosI'plt Palmer, Mon (JJItlfIJlvc-\! .\. Giles, Crnrl'StcriW' ,!. '
ticello. : IT.,\"ulkcr, Craw!' 'h';",
broke a lance on the Plumed\ Knight of the TIlE Orange Cit'ohl( !>ia county) Times, OL'l.lhl'r.J.nttl'ette. assessor of U's--J. 1' Grantham, Waukeenah. UlcJ'k-Xat. Walker Crawfordvil'Supertilendent '
C.th after! 1th [ t
Mondayin
t i Valley, Harry of the West, Goode( ) John of of October' 2'in: an editorial about "the! Tuesday of Schot-ls-W. T I" a"l
\ October.
I orange industry: has! the following : I..\f.\Y F.TTE COCXTY.
tho J<:at.; The spurred Knight of th'e Shen- fOeUTI CIRCUIT.Sj Crawfordville.County .
"To the man withc'alital it is already that,
\ \, untioalt charged. down upon tllt'lnl'm.)' and and to the poor man it is only a question} of rini TI'I'm- CwntiJuilje': -''{. J. Dixon, New Troy Treasurer-V W. W.i'lc.'i:.' (

: 1 HcattiTCiTliis( cohorts to thC! winds," concluding : aJj.'W years. The first work of starting: may :St.; John's.. 2d Tnodav in March.[ : f-ficfij":-Thumas J. \\'nlk'rl'W Trov.V fordville.Colltclor/ .
(
Rtt'ci1ICII..
of Walk
(! 'rJt'--IImvell Hawkins: New Troy. :
with quotations from 1\'anhlc etc.( he attended with some self-denial and some Clay, 4th Tuesday' in March. <
c forth viiIc..Lst'ssur.
}
actual hardships: but in a few years when ltr.lford,1st Tuesday) : in .\l'ril.lhk..r. &iij>ernli'intent Itf::;rlwJls-J.C.Uallue; ', NewTroy.
i And upon tho slightest provocation tho tho into( of t.rC8n.. Ileyuuid"! : 1'I.
grove grows a thing of'beauty, it Tuesday: in April.
'' knights ineel for combat on tho field of does] : literally become 1\ joy forever." The Nii--au l 3 d Tuesday" in April. County 7j'lUJ'I'r-.T. M. N. Peacock;:, New fordville.

J 1 honor." W fortunate owner Incomes!:J. as far as work is Duval, 1st Tuesday, in May.F Troy.
He '." Cwtctor/ (f Jt'l'Uue-Xl'wton Sapp, NewTroy. G. AVIIKY, I.
f 1 .1 <)s of duelling. A politician is concerned 1I'ril1l'l' need not strike a tll! T".m-. ,
t ir jt lick for his grove will give! him ample] means St. John's 1 Tuesday! in :September.Clay ;: i-"M'>
a '; t placed in a decided dilemma when ho receives for its own and its master's!support' while in 4lh Tuesday in"September.Bradford : (4:1CIJSOI'. '!I'7(t..rc.t-\. :S. Ackley New Troy. h

1 ,, a challenge: in Virginia at present. If a !hammock I'Wllllom'o. to the sport of 1st Tuesday in COCXTY.lit "

ho refuses to J light ho is considered coward, the'breeze," he takes: his ease, and muses" on Maker, 2d .Tuesday in (October.Nassau ,lit Jmlije! -Wm. P. Byrd, Tallalutssec.iy IVERY .\Xtll:0.\I:1JI-'t: : : t ; .- d' '
{ and loses his influence the growth of a real harvest of gold. :3d Tuesday in October. $ -\.'Mo, Tailahasnvc.GJtrk L
; ; : in a measure, as a ( : < It was doubtless the reading and belief in in November.
Duval lt Tuesday! :
C. A. Tallahaiisec.Siifxritttt C.lUJ.Gl'XH: WA' ;i"VS'
llrynn, i
leader: if ho nC't'ptstnlt one both of the
; or such gush, and tho inevitable
consequent FIFTH aunt.Sj 'lulettt of Seloc.i.-JIenryN.I'elkel I Tu and from Steimi'i ,nCONTRACTS .
I parties are seriously! injured, tho affair: I is, disappointment, which caused a recent settler Tal1ahu iI'
\ "('e.T1'ellJIIrt'rJ. .
InVolusia >rn Mr.[ James
Hideout;
t c.)luleJl\u'lIIUHI howled about by the pressas county a :8d Monday in )[arc'h. L. Demilly. Tallaha:ee.
to'i it Charleston, S. C with view
to FOP
a g\I.E
:
J as being barbarous! and he also becomes disqualified thither where, in conference with removal Marion, 4th Monday in :March. Collector of 1t'UlLUf-C. C.' Peartv, Tll1ahu"s'I' I'a
; IIOIISBS:
:
In GU US HAR.1XCAR1S ::>.
for holding ofllco in tho State if thoCommi-wioncr Putnam, 31 Tuesday after Hh Monday illlarch. ,
't ; ; Immigration of South 7i1.r1'G. A. Cro TaUalia ,AM: { \L\' -
) Assessor r/ ')me,
neither hurt tho matter; Iseallnla"French Carolina: he reported according to the Levytth Tuesday\ after 4th Monday in !see.' i TFUM.CASK.; -.,

J duel"! and ridiculed by every paper in the Ch'ullton1'11..'$ and Cvurierln an extract March.Alachua: LEVY COUNTY.Couaty : ,;:tt"'Ollil'l' and lbl-Fir-l St!t' '
m from that paper\ published in the same issue I. Broom :Street\ Wharf. :.
i country, and tho parties are likewise disqualified. of the 77m '.Mhat there were some fifteen Hh Monday after Hh Monday in Ju.lw-.W.+ H.8-pring, liroiison: ; -.- ir.r-? I's
t ;: } other faim'lies who \\ould probably follow :March.Ftill[ Clal-J. )i. lisireo: Uruusqn., : ss.c I'I'
TermSumter.- SIIt'riff-J. :S. Parker 15ronsoj Stoic! until "'hnnr '.
'r I Tho is tho most him froll ,.Volh"ia! county to South Carolina > (
present campaign
\ energetic if he settled there. 1st Monday in Octolier. Assffitir of! .us-.oui= Ap]>ell, llronsun. -- -- -------
J which has been carried on in Virginia The orange business a good l.mslns, Marion, Monday in October Collector of Jtt't'we-J. Gore, Cedar "'. I-. JiTKEETY,

I' if for'y'ears' and marked ability has been displayed and a paying biHiicss but such extravagant Putnam ;3d 1"U.lta in November. Key. Second Street
JA'vy,4th Tuesday November. ..<. .VcAW J.1: B. Mention- Opposite} the PustOtlktSTOVUS I
r \' ] on both bides ; and while tho tightgoes language concerning' it is calculated to:do a after 4th in Hjn-rnteiideitt of *-
> :, great deal more harm than good. The practice Alachua 1st Monday Tuesday hall, Itrunson. '
tho who has kicked
on, man moro
r up November.
of creating, on {paper, a lazy man's i>ara- MADISON COrXTY.Comity .
:, (uS11'!:! his inches, who is more heartily \e[ aiuju-here in this broad land is: one tb)\t '. 'SEVENTH CIKCUIT.Spring Jud'je-11. M. Witht.' Madi I'r
spised by one class of citizens, curd nroresinJ should be deprecated. Florida does not want Term* : IM.ln

: cervly beloved by another class: than anyone j eople to come into her borders who seek tolive Orange, 4th Monday in January,. son.Sheri, -S. M. Hankins Madison.
without! effort. While it is, Volusia. 3d Monday in February : I'R
perhaps,
Clerk John M. MadisonSiiitrMeiuleut
Bugs,
i ; who ever figured in polities before, gloats true that exist Hrvvanl. 1st Monday March.[
il a lazy man can with less ef. of Schools-11, S.
l on the sccno J1I3ticl usl SYLVAN fort in 1"lllrldthan in any other! State in the Dade, 3d Monday April. Maduon.County. Tyner,

> Union, it is equally true that Florida has no Fait Ten*- Treasurer-S. S. Smith, Madison 1J I't
t aossn I'noM TIll niExcii Use for such. Orange, 2d Monday in August. Collector of Rtynmtte-lt. 11. Warring, Mad
F C.VITAL. Set forth truthfully and correctly the exact Volusia, 2d Monday in September.HrcvardNth i

+{ r :4 situation of affairs: the }precise ditHeul-, } Monday in Septeuber.1).ule2.1 ison.Assessor of Tiires-11. D. "'nl sworth. MadM1NVTFE I'a
To the Editor Mirror
oftht : ties to bt encountered, and the probable! Monday in November. Ittil.

.t PARIS FRVXCE, October 21, IS,;\ I. benefits to bo enjoyed in consequence\ of a OOl'XTY. I'f

The wedding the I'rtsitiert'sottlychiltl, you removal will to have and immigrants ttlement who in Florida will not, and bedisjppointcd (0Ilu1" OIHrcr. County Ju>lje-Z. T. ('Crawford Manatee.

Mdllo Alice; Grevy, with M. Daniel Wilson and lethe State, after a .....ucuv.Ctl T\. Clerk-Robert $. Griffith. Manatee.

s Under-Secretary of State tit Ministry of Finance brief experience, cursing the dar they entered (\uiity Jtulje-Juntos C. Gardner Gaines hrrilT-.A. S. Watstin Pine Ivel.A .
( Tares
$$ef str of -S. J. Tyler Uradentown
it.
'
takes place at the Elysoes to-morrow
t for the of the Mr. Hideout may or mav not have been a ville.nrk--J. A. Carlisle! (Jainesvillc.; Mlector. vf Rl.rt'uue.larlon G. Carlton HKATKIIS: BAN: .ERS
morning. Except presence desirable settler for Volusia county ; but he .\,-,,;, -John "'. Turner (!aiiu' ville.Attsur 1'o4tash.aalterittte'uieat TIN SHKETIP.uXHOOFING 11 t 'F i
ministers, under-secretaries, and tho presidents evidently belongs to A class of disappointedones / / a'j-rt-Geor,c W. Hawthorne < Pine' U-vel.
7 > of the two Chambers, the ceremony \\hose rosy visions: of a life without HawilionuvJttttM[ ;* AND GUTTERING:
f ; will lie conducted s-trictly en f mille. The labor based upon just: such stutf a* that (\ : of fl.'fIIiK-J! I.C. Den ton,, Gaines HARtOX (')C>TY.V PUMPS, DRIVEN: WELI,
ti f
quoted above, have been rudely bvili ville. -1 (]hoots Jd.l SllnltJI:1 Marlial '
dispelled A Ur
:e*t"Kfc of Stoves on hand
I ciyil marriage will he j 1'r tJrl\t\'J in one of prat-tiiM) result: of thyjr uture.-l"'t.(. &qio._ t (1 Ssbaolt*W. >, Sheats, Cftyfr -Ut brt Jlulhx-lt, ()eala. D1.-nti1.1 3 call, on .\ ixmjiur priit- \\"iwJwtl l

; :': f the reception. rooms "by the. mayor pfjjjo 1(411, (;! ncniU.. 4hsri j-' \. ;11. Crutc 4Uoa.l, Ckala. ''i j Item 1?wy t wvr.L.'rHB : :'".

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lUll TIMKS. weather makes corn jtttup, but makes light $25 to $50 IM311 DAYc I... Advertisement-.---. .-- Kent INInto.TIII : .
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oats: and saps the juices of Jru!>ol, Kvery: locality n'I' H'(':. : .nIUO\
has its of climate first one
IN COTTON ctL1'Catd.Ian : extretnes -
,n ,UrVT, I'KKECT hits and then! another-and the prudent 4 T A MEETINO( : ::- OF THE STOCKA -
I 1 crop} COMPANY.
of \ Road rOWN IMPltOVKMKNT
.II''.thuds unlcatrcfu1 I aaminationcr farmer will not set nil his eggs under one AX lUSH.HE: ;MADK[ by using: the holders of the Uoach Hotel and
., be 1 found; ex hen. ;, Company, held in the city of l''rnan.innIll ,
:' ( \ do with the !{ c., rely upon any parluular crop entirely. celebrated (
\ ivrv much to genera \ the lith day of September, 18S1.:\ pursuant
t ,,;,?? (10 profit.. The cotton plant Itself\ notleoduly advertised for thl''l'l'l'b, Fcrualadina t
I rout. striking w h'R1\'I( THE ::3 runty or [L\ l'In-\
', ,,-ooiis! tn'l'1t I u law it was resolved by a vote
','_ -\11\' (Ire or its size, and, tI hough an Connecticut fanner says!! that he makes more\ -'V' 3C: crrOR.: as of required three' -fourtlt4orstoreof by time stock of said! Toniis,. on II. 1C. 1ln., I

in this climate, Its perennial in the manure: in the winter than he can l trod time then and there represented. that '
II company And ( .'dur IC. .
the haul in the hauling tutu k \v
smut a trcc> Jn fact, wherever peri to out spring by the articles of incorporation of said Brach
I'' .ii i 'Mnvu'9' : can growIn its cultivation from salt marsh in his neighboihood and! lvILI: Alillli; : AND It 0 ( n.. Hotel and Road( Company "010 amended
: I'thld characteristic 1 should not spreading it over his, barnyard, over which
iniitial I ; to extend the( limit of indebtedness\ or li- -
,,I' ? ,>iten, and fin: 1> ",",r i; 'w prepared for the growth and fer* manure being\ wheeled on it lnll fast: a:* nOltl%(1 :n\'II.S 1RY.: : subject itself flt1tw'ntyli'l' hundred\ Olfcrsto Lessees and\( Purchasers a largo
of penetrating rooK It trade An analysis: of a sample of the mars' sixthousniddollars
:
; ,
; i, (the habit in the older Atlantic was fi'1II1I11o contain L':!.NJ pounds\ of l t- dollars as ,'as herl'lofl1rl'l! nn to (:al\) of an: act of tho number\ of the most eligible\ and desirable

? cultivate at very shallow depth, ash, 2o.<;0 pounds of }phosphoric acid, and \legislature of the :Stale:; of Floridn, "('nlHle.l:1llnd Lots, suitable: for llu 'inci
,.:|;i the criticism is not so applieuhle 01.15): pounds of nitrogen to the tOil in any l'rt'of the country. "'e mean\ it, to amend an act, to provide for the City or Suburban lic&idences: \ ,

t t tin/, present time as in former years, llF.nntX'i{ roil :STOCK.: -It I is not only economy and 1 are prepared to demonstrate: the fact creation of corporations: and to prescribe,

O 'II there is yet room surface for great the improveDreaklng of- in the; way ;of saving: food! but it i is the Thl'te operated by either Man, Horse\ or their general powers and liabilities: and to UPON EASY T]1' IIS.
to \
\\I the depth
? ,: duty of man furnish his stock with comfortable reenact; and amend 1 the sections\ repealed I by
four, inches has been> deemed :sulllu Steam. 1\1\\'l'I'IIIHI bore very rapid.\ They .
r bedding in winter. This can be said act. Approved March 11 1. 1S7D.O. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed toparties
',I, i Unary i cultivation and\ this vcrlPI'II'ltU \' done, too, with but little trouble or expense rango in size from T1IKKK: : INCH TO 41 i. STARK,
of the soil I in manufacturing or industrial
was engaged
: <> up and Vice-President.
i; by thus utilizing the refuse fodder, straw FKKT IN' DIAMKTF.l: !, andill bore to Chairman
.in cotton ,'lanting-a tolerable prate and other material: and converting it into 11'tt.t.t.ut B, C. )DruYi-.t:, enterprises, who will erect on the property

.'. illl'lIr mnll great grain,risks possibly for\ deep but one rooted cor-\ I excellent manure: .\ large imount of the _._Secretary::: and_ Treasurer._ _.. ... _u._ .___,I IINOTICE _t purchased:; substantial improvements

liquid' voiding of the farm animal, and : OF INCORPORATIONOK for residence, or in which to ,conduct t their
1 j'' ;" which would be otherwise lust, might be .\ .'4nl 4HJlln:1): 1)L'I''I'III'they
,, ,, me rich bottom lands of MUs.isMppi: '\ saved: )Kveii; sand! from t the roadside: I can be TIII: I"t in-I.: }

::1 .' ..river bottoms cultivation generally only slightly I is this felt lctiriaec made to answer: the purpose! nearly as well\, I.laNDUTn: : (<<: .v USlei": ":!: 1XMTOKMEXTS) : TO) MANUFACTUUKI5S ::- !

.' 1-1 i it would not restrict production and, thus ail'ord l ('al'itallllatl'rial for applying will bore !successfully' and atbfaetall ()- U.\II.Jo.\n ('O JPSY \-. : : by exemption\ for term of years from
sawdust the ]Indeed -
mate; decree ; but on the uplands, und to there heavy is i no:soils farmer; who: cannot same.find ample rily! in kinds of Kavth:: ;, Sufi( :-\:\11.1tIll l taxation\ offered. by hc several cities ami
of tho '
Act Lcpisla-
the root of .he Imthol'it01' an
t -.fa"on lOt) p.irtieitlarly MilhYicntly to material of .oine kind or other to answer Limestone: Ih'tnminous i Stone Coal, :Slate -.3) tune; of the State of Florida, entitled towns.: Apply at
) penetrate prolop. I
":1I'\ The: soil may be highly fertil- the purpose, and if he would consulthis Hard. Pan ravel, Lava, Guilders'! :Serpentine : "An .\l'llo I IVovido fur the Incorporation: of ):::1"--0 l1Il'e cur.! Brach & 7th sis., Fcrnandinn.Kitf : .

.ut the fertilization is:: wasted ; the sur- best! interests: would so dispose of it. i' and Conglomerate: Hock, and guaranteed Railroads anal Canals," and \ ute d February .- -.- .... -_

too dry to give nourislimeiit to (the ( '0.\,. Tut nut 1'0'T1I': the lower part make the of Wells in Quick I'.Hli, 1>7I. notice is hereby given; as
fo veryhest iioin.v
: below the surface neither the ahoil" required by said act, that a company has: Tin:
j',, and t of a post' : t (from ju"t illtl'II.I".11kl'th ]
.., "- ii''r, the nlpl1l'll( fertilizer can make use: in the ground l is immersed in boiling; tar for Nand They ore 1i ht-l'lInnin;*, simple in been formed' under the name: (ml' the

:i .,' iil. This i
-' of d.imago to the crop! the present scar place, in n great, measure, !supplied by as lie best and most\ practicalMachine 110AD COMPANY, OFFERS
,: ii (lie soil, otherwise! well prepared: I by the the tar while the deeper or interior portionof
:Ii'i'rnl application of fertilizers, lo'col.tho: the JMI.M. i is alVected l as if by rapid sea-jon- extant. i'hcyareeudurcdby'sonicof : to bo invested with all the rights, ,powers, CH O.OOU ACI'4!
u-> )f its pulverized surface because: of the ing. The! vat for heating; the tar may be the highest State OlHeiate. We contract privileges: and franchises ('Ollll'I'I"l'l1,011\
.j.mth.; The contrast: i is much greater in :a made uf :sheet; iI".t in futnaee of stone.A for prospecting for companies formed under wild Act, for tin Of the most

>casnn: like: the present than in one with the barrel of the tar will cost:: about three dollars purpose: of constructing, maiutainiiuj mind ACCESSIIU.E: : : AND J DESIRAI1LEIAXI
usual l amount of rain, although at all times: 1111ullicc: fur about uiH pints operating a railroad for public use in the
the difference between the free growth of conveyance of persons: and property. The II.S IN Till
!l.ints on deeply cultivated lands and the To Pnuvr.xT: 8111':""' molt: IXJCKIXO Yorxo COAL, (!OLD) SILVF.ll, COAL OIL, main line of said railroad: will\I bo' about (S0)(>|)

]>tinted, production on Very thin soils is suf- 'rtmit...,--)Dissolve): :; n pint of whale-oil soap in eighty miles In length ; will be> constructed: \ STA't'1OF: : FLORIDA,
Jicieutly apparent. It will) be impossible !U.mnt > six gallons: of warm water, into which stir a Ax 11 AU, ]KlXIifl oK ltxeil( .tt5.!' from\ point on tho Tropical 1"101"111Hail.

'. wit I reasonable certainty on a full quantity of sheep manure until about the road: nearly due west 11'011Lp'ihll I' i inSumter At only $1.'_,; per acre to new settlers, with

rap in any season without a full and coin- i consistency of common wllltcwa-hlIIl\llIp: County, Florida ; thence East: to the privilege of selection in parcels! of -10airc.s
.letc reform in this one of the methods of i ply it to !the trees for some two or three feetab'ovc Also for sinking Artesian Wells and Coal Lcchburj, touching the southern\ portion of or more. These lands:: are located on
If the soil i is ; grllllll1.'h.'l': \, will not even rub : ]!loil Lake Urillln, the northern point of Lake
Ultivalion. not thoroughly Shafts", etc. We also furnWi Knglnes; and to the line of tho
ant deeply broken in the upland cotton themselves against! trl'l'110 treated, much. Harris ; thence to Lakes Eustis: : and Dora, adjacent
ilcliK we now know that the cotton crop Il''sgllaw them application\ should: l be' ers, WindMills, Hydraulic liams: HorseI'owers passing.. through Orange and Jlrl'\"I\I'Ill'UIIII-
occasionally in case there is much Brick Machines Mining Tools, Portable ; Indian ATLANTIC, (JITLF AND WEST INDIA
will not attain Its usual; yield jier acre and. repeated : ties, to point. at or near Titusville. on -
io po-isiblc state of the market as to prices I rain to wash it 011'c\ thlj protecting (the Forges, Uock Drills, and Machinery of River ; with branches! to Lake Apopka TRANSIT CO.'S:! L{. 11.,

an atone for this i deficiency ill 'I uan tity. I trees! it keeps\ oil ill-'uriou"ins'ct' : smoothes, nil kinds. amid Lake Tohopkaliga, In Orange and! lre-
,\ striking illustration! of the value of bet- the bark and fertilize the ground around yard counties. extending from FERNANDINA. on the Atlantic
the trunk. ;f- (!uo,1 net \Agents wanted in every I). E. MANWELL: :
methods\ of cultivation afforded by the : to CKDAR: KEY, on tho Gulf coast,
of John II. Jones, a planter of country in the world. FRANK B. t'APY,
special crop FITTIXO Fowj.8 Foil MAKKET.-The earliest thus affording to tho producer cheap, constant
Ga. whose limited ,lU'mi E.: W. AONEW.In : ,
jlogansville, plantation hatched! chickens: arc easiest fattened us are Address:
,T has produced almost --------- !! and rapid transportation! to the best
eighteen acres as
;; those with shortest legs);: 10nJ.-h' gl'11 1 fowls
,niich per acre in 1881 as it did the prolific being far the most: dilllcult to flitter Feed Justice'' ('our(. markets.
1 is*). when all the light and shallow\ and water well\, as being cooped\ they are de WKSTI-UX: M.UII1\KKY: SUPPLY DEPOT, STATE: OF FLORIDA.)) The belt of country traversed by the Transit -

'loughcd:: soils: did better, probably, than at pendent what is given them. Oat-meal, Ml Walnut :Street::; COUNTY OF NASSAU.
my time within ten years.: The report ofthi's ('orn-mcalllllli barh'\-\1lCalllllx11 with milk TV Jitincn 011'1'/)11.-\011 are hereby notified U. It. embraces

planter's success is din'ct.Iul, unloubtcd i is the most nutritious food that can; be given SAINT::- LOUIS, MISSOURI:;: U. S..A. that u writ of attachment has been
entirely authentic, and his only them, and i is in the most suitable condition issued against you, and your )property attached EVFJIY VARIETY OF SOIL
pint of marked distinction was in the depth to digest. It is useless to attempt to fatten State in what Paper you saw this. to satisfy the demand Jones: it Lee,

>f his cultivation. The soil is reported) toe fowls when at full liberty ; they may bo -.---- ---- -------- -..-- amounting to $(;::'.5 O. Now, unless you /lhall1I1'11'ar to bo f.\1\111111 the State, n largo proportion
the usual upland, which on the average brought into good cOJ,1itionaIHI that is: all ; before "'. Maboncy, .1U'Ilh'(1 of being peculiarly adapted to tho culture of
in* not yielded more than one-quarter of a CRESUNDE --. the I'caccinand, filail, County, at his otllco
there can be no excess of fat unless they arc p R I HIm-1'u.H'w.u.l"lUI1"S: and Early: Vegetables,
..iale per acre tho present! summer" in Georgia I ERlsou Rlbr'iPD Callahan, Flu., on the :I'd day of )Decem)
cooped ________________ Bodies Timber
ad the CarnlinmV't- ; in this unprecedented.t her,18,81 I, at 100'<:Joek a.m. judgment( will and 1 The Isirye, Uoinimct of

} year it gives one bale and a quarter per I'KKD FOR HOllSUS.Wo SEND D S bo rendered against you nn.i your )property nuiko these lands worthy CA111WUL EXAMINATION
.,-re to tho deep( ploughing of this more ...-. .F pS mould to pay the debt. by manufacturers of LUMBEU
of horse-
to interest
expect : some our iry
killful planter. # D.ited this :L'Sth day of September, A. 1).
The difference between one-half bale perure owners with] the following, which. we makeup $ ; J JJDhVID.I 1ss1. AND NAVAL Stouicfi.\
from an article in the English Lire Slul'kJournal
and the present crop would be every- ;, HAMPTON JONES:: & W. H. LEE: :,
.lung to the cotton the yea'r : NEW: SETTLERSPurchasing
planters present Partners business under time firm
doing (
In the East: says the writer, hor'eollll'l': fed. ANDRETN &SA'1S.' PHitA-i
ind it would have saved them from most of
name Jones it I Lee, Plaintiffs.Groceries : .
on bu'ler.11,1: it i'llL popular idea with Kng- land from this furnished
mbarrassing debts to the fertilizer dealers.In : company arc
_. .
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lisp olllcers, who have lived in Persia ami --- -- -- -- ---- --- -- ---
good year their free purchases of ter'ilizers with entire free patntiyc on the Transit
Syria, that the change of food, from barley : and Iroil.sioliM.'
: would have been wise but in ici\VAiei:
: a yearf .
often when blindness Railroad for family and personal effectsto :
oats Sl,000 -
'> extreme drouth, with shallow\ ploughny imported, produces: - ---- --
it has. been ('omparatively'orthle s to \ in Arab horses.Xo ii. i:. OTTIICIIC, the station nearest the land purchased.
:: men understand better, or so well, how My son, J. J. DICK1SO.V( JK., was! murlered -
them The applied stimulus does not reach TITLE: COMPLETE: :, being! derived by
\ to get blooded horses into galloping: condition < by a mob in tho town of Leesburg, xnfFLOHW .
:'lie plants, or the plants cannot avail them- ] .\ ::- _\, frottt; the United States and
Suiutcr Florida lie Im grant purchase-
.U-es of the stimulus.It as English;; : rOlllllS. Thl'cloll't, and I County, on morning ofthe
tl\lht. of course, bo apparent that other few of 1I1l'irJ1:\ t'r-l do, know the reason i 15th of July last. I will pay ft reward; II\ .\I.1m IN from tho State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE.
crops siillor equally from shallow cultivation why oats 1\II.lloans, are the best food for putting of ONE::- ]: THOUSAND::- ) DOLLA1W)( ; for tho

t ; corn, in fact, probably sutlers worse in muscular flesh h an a horse. The agricultural ; arrest of time murderers, with (proof to convict \- Fine Fautily Groceries! : ::- : SOLICITED.Descriptive .
the present The corn has been chemist steps in here makes the matter them.
I lost for the year.same reason, and crop generally it very plain, and\ shows that if you want J, ,1 I. DICKISON.( ::- AND :MAPS and CIKCUI.AIU mailed on

was! reported during the early part of the pace, Indian corn,although nominally cheapir August 13. -jni application.

-al better than corn. All crops suffer other chemists' analysis, \\'o Commissioner.
from restriction of their growing rootsto find in round numbers, in'oats, beans and Land
a thinly ploughed surface lying on n hard! corn the following constituents : THE MOST POPULAR Olllco cor. Beach and :Seventh! Sts.

''Jt impervious subsoil, and these defective Oats ]:((11'8' Corn O F' ALL'SEWINeMAGMJNEB V Customers can rely upon getting CHOICE 1JtfJ. .
methods of cultivation, in the mere mediannl Water. 13.3 J t.5 11..1 --- ---- --- -- -----

: sense, have cost the planters of the :Nitrogenous:- ; or muscular GOODS, a9xo'riIINa .' II. PllESCQTT.

South; heavy losses in tho crop of 185.<1..V producing compounds ; .' ... /,
writer in the timtherii j'rwtrlIltl Fernier 12.0 123.3 10.5 '

of Richmond.., for October, attrib- Starch and other non- UNNIN ::- BUT TIm FINEST:: BRANDS -
'ltc's hits success! In whoit growing solely to nitrogenous heat and CHT Style Fit
k-cp ploughing. Ie raised twenty bushels fat producing compounds ,

', the acre: on land previously supposed to ...................53.7 43.5 W.I are kept In stock. .
!" worn out and practically abandoneding Oil as ready-made fat.. I 8.0! 2.0 7.0 Comfort,
'. ) no) umannroortirtilizers. Under thed Indigestible: 'tillro 10.0 11.5 5.0 .
system, of tanning in Virginia the lands Mineral matter (ash" )... 3.0 3.0 2.1 *'f' AND
have never attained one-third of their pro- This! "space' r'I'l'r'tfor\

''tiiftive capacity, and one can scarcely form Total .100.0( KM i.o lUt.O ,5 1I' Durability.
Hi, .stiniato of their of A. it. \ovis: -
powers production. The bean is never used u." u horse feed in t .
I niched from eight; to ten inches deep, and his: country, but it might bo l1"'l..1 as well, .

turned, up s-.il. that hail" not before been is not owing to the fact that our Southern I (Grocer and Ship ('lmIHIJ('(',
.H'lii-d for vv'irs: if ever til.lll'clor cow pea, as we often call it, is '
Tlie lesson taught; the present year in the really u bean, having chemical
cnnilsncntsmlimust FERNANDINA: ::- ::- ) FLA.TDAKERS
.
i-artiid failure of tho cotton crop, not only : identical with tho.su of the kidney I ,
'In dry uplands but many other badly inan- bean which i is the bean to which: our lag
ited\, soils should sK-cd'ily| \ ]lead to a more jsh contemporary refers. --' -
::'lmroti\<'h reform in the lI\'U\III'i.of propar'tig The Knglish: { writer goes! on to state that I .\Xa"Jnl'Xn: -

: the soil fur cotton-llradstrertt.AdJllCULTUlt.lL when, from any cause, there is ditllcuUy in I Having largely increased my

jetting a supply of tho! l mast: oats, an exctlent { AND CONFECTIONERS: ,
I sleet U'
XOTKS. Foot-ueur. in both
mixture,may bo. jnudc of crushed cornind .. flue
\ beans.in'the-proporti'in of two-third( nf I '('UOICZ HIM! iiu'dlmii' grades, runt eau
IXTYil,1INtTIXU: ; Tim F. HOl"IF-AST-fet: "' "
a corn and] one-third-) : beans, which exactlyutfl2n1'the
MH cltp proportions of tesh! : -furnlhig and: I Cigars' my eiiMtomeiH -
washg; it thoroughly and squeezing all 'at-forming Jew*!. I
'h w'Ie I.T .p.-iiikl.-iine whitesugar in all the Bra is: u.very valuable food in a stable for TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings : it very lur;;u iiNMorfmeiit of

larger holes. This forms! tho trap. The ants educing the inflammatory effect (coats aixljeans. I Boots' mill Slioe.W rondo by the
r" mashes it ]has
a cooling; I I Entertainments and Picnics
most
j autnersing the same: in hot water the ants ro in polo ut uiul N killed
and laxative effect I
; but n*:*! in excess: IMpirially yl"as furnished, at the slmurteat'nogee at rock-boU
will!
be ,
scalded
1(11) and the trap be ready for se't- in a dry state, it is alit to form stony I U IU priced, at .' workmen. The" Goods' "'ero.Hlr.'hn".tI
)i aaln
secretions in the bowels
of horso. Stones
: "ANOEL'S BAKERY;
To llui{ ST.K-K LicK. 11 I } ''f.rS", and lire
or : -Take a.s mueh ( ( from tho excessive use of bran &* 'entre Street

,red as will grease the animal all over (fur i\ have been taken out of horse after death I 23 O.p. old 1'. 0,1)uhiuing.Ilndrlulclag. only exchanged 'our tho sumo
>w. about a und and thouglily sawcil! I
(H> ) after heating weighing; many pounds.: When ALWAYS
; dissolve( therein one-third of its rough: they apin-ared( to be composed\ of a EQUgI, commodity. '.'hl.. will be deemed

weight of salt, und when nuflicicntly cool mrd, crystalline! mass, dq wilted in regular t u pleasure after
--- -
"hl( halt a pint of kero ne. Begin at the ting, reM'inbling in appearance the Clll ('f'lI- '! : 111\1)1I1tioN--- Neelng, ex-
ic. 1i
'"'>:se and go to the hoof, rubbing; the mix- trio yearly rings; of wood ; they! proved to becomposed : : iimlniiiff, and learning at what
I lure in thoroughly with the hand. This"uy ( of phosphate of magnesia anduuiuonia. extremely
.! gentleman who has trif it, has in Millers' hors.is are "particularly uuVecfel tug zz gfrkHFTJI low prices these
er.-rv nistjuii-u pr-iveJ: itself (ii-rftteilv: etftctuai j to this malady.-J/ud'/e Jlft/ltter.: LIFETI ME ftood mire offered.j&r .
fur nu-, after liavintriwl l'llrb.lw ,
-. ,11' .iin- -oetiou of Ktviafra1' ro'H.soap mind .\ \1114\Y SCI1 00 1, OX Till? SURPASSES 'OTHERS@o. ;f lJfI :My Ktoclt of Ji\Tl4iMKX'Ji:

.tli.-r rl'Ulc.til'i, all to no 'purpose, and amol.iiviiul.l ST. JOHN'S. I'L'ItMSIIINCJ GOOnS is
... worthy
.rfettly. that if the remwly here '
\r P s rti'i-litsl] thoroughly] ftwk of any 'hJF ST. JOJI.V TPAMIIY SCHOOL i the attention of those desiring
11>m x"' l.c fjveij! frmu lice in 30 UNION 8Q.NEW YORK
tWit day east aide oi' the St. John". River I IIT 'fine 11111
('. ,. at flue' I ( ootU.E .
w.itrjj:
aft>rwar.li: they shell, the .
the th'
of must attr.triive j.laiv
,* '* upon river, CHICAGO |IU.- -
very m>ft and clean. will >eii October 13'th. under the mend' \ > ?r Orders left to my selection
.tj 1 care .
X
It E It .\ I(1': It .
t.v..i.irttu F'uMtxu-Tu !lllotJu! ada institution hit HtJ": II. Mv'Ets ami) Miw.IVEiis. tc:) ORANGE'MASG. will receive
iliI11.11: of diversitu-d! tarlUill It U. well > A j h'l Ieuotut hoitu- and thorough in-'I' ST., FKUNANDINA, FLA m careful and promptattention.
,ItI1'JWU that a rainy season U unfavorable to itriu-tiou. So i..u nf Zl \\' 't'kf.! r on SAL. : '
111e corn crops. butts" the meadow and \IMrt'l! HKY. J. II. HVKKS.: II BUIII AT* RODBB. MITTAUJO: C.tSi q.

.tntl juatun-a a booming; and 81) dry, hot -IIJ l"lvrchc1.:; J:Ju,'. Co.. "'1:1: I 23 Whitehall JI- r.. PtiP1.li.: : -:. COFFINS::- ASU CAHKKTttorder J H. PRESCOTT; ,
\tl-illh
U"
ldogrullhic promptly. attended to. --Jm l'e-rllanuUuu. 1'111.w .








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THE FLORIDA MIRROR : NOVEMBER 12.


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The Jlrmills of the nccembcr Vrcczc.The List of Letters
THE MIRROR MALLOllY'S STEAMSHIP\
LORIDA LIXKsNew
sevc're cold ] >
result of the of the 28th Remaining in the I'yst t-Odice at rcrnandina : -

:-= ==-::-',-, : =:'- =-' --t"--:7:: ::='-:= -:::': -:== of December :last, upon the orange trees in Na*"au county, l'lm.Nov. t 12:?, 1881. Persons .
t.M A r/:.t n'Jt.on] Fort MX iioxrits.Itcjlccttnnft. ( calling for these! letters! must:\ say advertised
+: -- ___u___ _____ ..-.--. -- 1"lorhlha', been awaited with much inter :
--- est.I'e arc now in a position:! to speak; 10liably. Al"ton .1.3d. Jadson; Jane York and Florida Nassau, Matanxas,

'I'pon this Island the damage was Allen, Itev.: Collector Hart. Agnes '
confined to the freezing of the fruit, and the Adam! Ida M. ]Howell[ I. Samuel and Havana, Cuba
tons
Tile Uric steamship:! Curomhh1,1JON Brookins, Favvnie Jones! J. B.
burden, of Mallory's Line came in on Wednesday dropping, off of all the leaves, with the occasional tattle Sandy Love, MmieBradtwrll .. '.-, '

morning with a very large freight cutting down to the ground of weakor : McKlroy; flares ]Katie '
sickly trl'I..Alon the line of the Transit Bugg, Iurthl'illkl1l'r.: Dora
and passenger list. ('re'ekSa(1ieI'lIIhants Lu ia
4 Ilailroad, as far us Archer, the saUte !
Alachna: county boasts of one of the ''''I'Il'Hl'ttil': Williams, Katie
effects followed-the stripping of the leaves!
Near the Santa Jivans: George Wvte'i: AmvKcbcler
t IargesthickoriesilltheState.; nnd freezing of, the fruit. No fruit has been: ]; C. Wi.ithauscn, G. W.mr. .
Fee river above tho Natural Bridge, there ita
borne in our city the present season! and we : .], FOR I-OSTAOK! :
l thirty feet around the
B hickory measuring think this is the case along the Transit road Cleveland: it Hon, Jacksonville, Fla. I

J,1IlP. as far a? Starke. At tint point some trees SVM'LT. ilrni.u:tr.. I'. )1.

The dry season, although somewhat relieved appear to be bearing pretty fully, ns also! at Please! examine (no trouble to show) our

by occasional showers! still continue'! Waldo\ fluid its vicinity The groves on fine stock of Dress Goods before ordering, or gqsro'w ? J3G y.y ,
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The wells andstrtan throughout(; Florida Orange lake did not lose,; t their leaves or show purchasing elsewhere, at J. it T. Kvnu'c. ; ? 1P5 I >

ore juitc low. Driven wells can probably : any injury from the cold except the loss of Coal, 2S S S i. rTIIK {?'

be, relied. upon In many places to supply' the fruit, nor has the crop of the present LIme

} water. season been apparently injured from that Vced.

The notion! crop, although considered, cause. I am now loading, and will clear from the -- : n.sn:; :-.Tl'.UHHil'---. ; [

rather n short crop in liist: Florida, has! There I is a goull1eal of complaint. of the }port of New York, in 1few days! the

turned out better than was expected' or the fruit splitting in the groves around Waldo.Sinla scbornter.1'1t 250 tons! of (Coal.Marker Also for! Fernandina Hay:, Corn: with nnd cpr," OK WAX" A.vrrosro, l.UU '1'1 ? .

diy season has been very favorable for picking Fe lake and Hawthorne. This: is attributed Lime, which I will sell at low figures upon I4'FAt1V11.3 OK "1A1.XAJ-t, 1 ,;-12 '1''ICA.ltO :\...

: and,< the whole of the maturing crop will to the drouth,, causing! the fruit to arrival nt wharf. ="" i)1L71': .1UN "1'O\ .
51-tf W. B. C. Ul"JtyF.P..
be gll t h crcl1.Inllh1ilioll. stop growing and t then the rapid flow of tap lvLsTJ.1tN 'r.Ix.: r-;, 1.10: '1'0:< ,"-.

= to the large number persons' after the rains caused the fruit to split open. A special: line of Dress! Goods of every description -

w coming Florida by steamer and rail we The loss! from this source i is estimated at 23 bought at greatly reduced prices at

);' bear of many parties' moving from Tennessee to 50( per cent. The large groves of Messrs. .- --- .. .J._ -,t. T. KYM/S. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YOlUv.O .

and other States, !bringing their own Bishop and Harri'lIrc: !said to have escapedthis The meetings of Wecapopkn) Lodge, No.

teams and<1 stock. Most[ of these movers dililculty. 2,5,55: Knights! of [Honor[ arc held on [the

seem !bound to the southern counties. Texas --- - lirst: and third Thursday! evenings: in every NK}; of the above! HTKAMP.RS/ : ::: will sail fr-in FKUNANDINA: :; FOR Ni\V: V.ia. :

t largely si tiled in this way. The :Mallory Line.It month, at 8 o'clock, at )Hibernian 1 Hall. 1.1I11'1l'1tS1): ] [ :: ) U .\F l l'EHOOln arrival (.f afternoon trains: than .I"F .
: was .\. 0. MeDo\hM. Dictator.W. '
: I.'o"'illl'l'elar! and IVniiibiilar Uailroail.
t will be seen by their advertisement in Key :
weather is favorable WOODWAUH, Recorder.:
The continued\ dry very
our columns that :\Iesrs.Iallory! it Co. -- + -.---- This IJne* Iltt\'hit; TrunsSVrs lMu'i'a SVnr.tixliiia and :\'c.\\
for maturing late cotton, and planters' and York rnVr< the MUST: AND:; (WICKl-M'( : TUANM'OIiTA'i( fO :OIIIl'l'El: :: 01
have/ put on their New York, Florida Good Money for JSad.
say: they base: never hllllliner season forgathering FRUITS, VKWrrANLl-N.: : : : others.
Havana Line four fine steamships-Clynf&IH cnllls Confederate Bonds, with tho .
: cotton than the present.' They will The traveling public are uttered! till lI.t\"lll1t01l'1{ '.ft: ]OI1n'T) : LlN11nu1: l'\'I: : ri:.
attached and the
Antonio; 1,412tons Stale of Texan, 1,512 coupons ;get!; highest market
/ ; TO :
PASSED ACCOMy1OIATItNS) FLOIW"ITlfOF'I'' l'IANttlt: .
than anticipated. : JIIakilll! '
they (
consequently! gather more price for them. We are to-day paying
tons ; Carontltlet, 1,!if)),,"! ; Wl', lcm Texan, 1,210 1'1I1"'l'tilln lit I'L1.t:1I1LN.t: : J: with FCI-.UlHX.\: ::; ; I\; JA'KsoN\1L1E( : : ItAII)
nnd ;(i.OO 1000.00 for them hut cannot leave
also :
The quality is superior very per :
> ) : tons. the Otter )however "first come firstserved ROAD for ,J.ISO; VII.r.I':, II lit(I tllenre)( ,by' Sttanu'rs 10 1111 i'lIilll.'I on the :-r;
clean and bright. I open ; JOH-\, OCKI.\WAII.\ IXPT.\: lil'lli3: : : Ltl.i with tlI11 FLOHW.TI( ) .\" II'
The Jr/I well and favorably and those! who arc prompt, will
seed TUU,80 reap RAILROAD) for .\. .LLl'TIO:; ':; nnd UULF 1'OR'irf: OF Fl.tllnO.all.1( ; : with tl),.
hauling cotton the benefit. (Communicate
AIchlllplmt'rs: arc known in our waters, will run between Fer- PENINSULAR:; \ILROAI: I [ !t, ) for, OCALA, coiiiiwliiiji: ) at SILVKU: 81'KINO:; ( with, Sunni
t to Lako City and selling it at $13 per ton. nandina Nassau, Matanzas and Havana. 50-2t) A. hl.t.ts .t-Buo.Ga., crs for LAKH: WF.IU.! LKKSni'lJd: ( and ALL WAY LANDINGS i: OX '1'Jli: UPI'I'I-
"'c some of them will then buy fertilizers Savannah; OCKLAWAHA.
suppose The great improvement in the size and -- -- -----

not half as valuable at $50 per toni called for the Silks, Surah Silks, Satins!' Brocades, Plaids :
class; of steamers by increasing I 4s-4)S .\ 1I> Al'TRR JJAXUAUY tiff, SSS'Ji-. : ,-\
i, 4 to improve their\ lands.Vitll an oil mill, travel and freight to Florida is gratifying and Fringes to match, at J. it T. KYPD'H.Instruction .
very
------ The favorite I INn Pteaulcr1'fSi'1:12N: TgXwill '
between I''t
: run l N.INIiyt
: the oil cake, after the oil Is expressed! would and is, we trust, only the prelude to n in Latin, Greek, French, German NASSAU: MATANXAS; :; ati.l HAVANA, CU1JA.Jiff .

be more valuable than the seed., still more frequent service and still larger the higher mathematics suit the Jlng-:
: Passengers! to Cuba have! tho, privilege: of toppini' in Nassau, either goini\ r
1 i' The wild olive, or mock orange, is ono of ships. The patronage given the Mallory lisp branches! will be given to those! desiringit returning.
either privately or in classes! any evening
V 1; / the most ornamental\: trees known. It re- Line, as shown by their large passenger lists, in tho week. Terms! moderate. References TIlItOIJ? HILLS. Or L.tUltii> TO ,AM '()LNTS.

I somblci the orange in its dark green foliage ;if' shows the public estimate! of the value, comfort givl'n.'l'11O. V
For and .Mliodnlt" further in lurtattion
rates
I freight, passage or apply to
it :straight, ; and comely in its growth and anevergreen. and cheapness) of this line. ! please: address! "'M. J. TIIOM, 1C. SOUVIMIIVIC'K, .ttc'rtl',
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For ornament no tree could he
The Florida Titnes." Fernandina, Fla. FioHXLHX.l"r.nHW.: .\ _
1 in JaUy
',1 I more beautiful. They grow readily everypart C. H. MALLORY & (CO.' ,
.' j of Florida, and( are easily propagated We are in receipt of the prospectus of the IltUIC/c of Thermometer Pier 3) last; River, New York. 51-tl

:- 'j Horn the seed.\ new daily, which will be issued, about the20th FOB THE!: WEKK: KNIUXU: FKIPVY, NOVCVU1KR: : 11. -

:)1/ I --, --.--- -..-- ) inst. at Jacksonville, by Mr. Cha-s. 11. Jlnly'l4: : iwro STOKI:.
-- DRY GOODS. DHY GOODS
: j 11 Xciv Jin II road Schedule Jones, late of At]>l
: 1 A new schedule, goes Into operation on the M. Barbour" late of the Chicago Time. The I I a I I \Cintl

i Transit! Peninsular Koads on tho 13th. editors make: the following announcementof I,. .... M JO i P""I JL-"*V FCYDJJ
0
.. .The south. bound train will leave here at t the position they propose to take : Hatu rday..:== I G3 iO iO C9!! NE.Sunday ;. .
L
.1; 0) a. in., as at present ; leave Callahan at In opinion, without being neutral the ...........:..... .. iO iJ;, 74 73 E.
,, 10:43: ; Baldwin at 11:50: Waldo 2:12: p. in., Times will 11('. in the strictest sense of the Monday ............... 72 fh 77 75 ( SL.rnesday Have received, and will continue to re-u-ivc, large; shljiini'tits} of,
< term iarleheudent.Vearing! no livery, repenting ............... 74 jX is ill 141';.
Gainesville\ :3:05, and reach Cedar Key at 0:20p. : \ : shibboleths, and actuated: ny no 11'edneslay'............ 7.5) ilJ itl ii :SE.'Thursday :.

r in. Antipathies or antagonisms, the sole criterion .............. i4 ii!) M) HI I SI g. NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS

which and will be .... ..... ..... 711 N. ,
On the Peninsular\: I tail road the train will by men measures judgedwill Friday... :::. : __. 73_ 70( 71_ .u_ :___
;.; .leave: Waldo at 2:151'. m., Hawthorne :305: he what we conceive to be the public -----
Interest nnd welfare. Should injustice lie
,,s;,; ii ml reach Ocala at 5.20 p. nt. done to 111one applying this: ! North bound train will\ leave Cedar Key at the for righting it will be af-
.1 opportunity
\ of Fe"II"ll" fail to attract those who want ilcliabli' OOODj 1 : AT Low Prices. .Oar'linesDress '
I. 7 a. in., leave (Gainesville\ 10:10: a. in., Wuldont fordeln a frank and candid spirit
I r To the industries of the "State and the economics IltUH, WVTEK.: .
'. J 1110; 1\\, m., Baldwin 1:10: p. in., Callahan of domestic life particular attention :Saturday;: Nov. 12....., O.dO.v.: 0:12: r. ;M. Goods Domestic( Goods
2:50: p. m, Hart's: lload 3:10: p. 11\. nnd arrive and an unusual amount of !space will\ be Sunday, J J3: ..... 0: 11" 1 1.0.2: ,

1 :i at Fcnmndlna at 1.15 p. m.i given. There will\ be a permanent' department ) .Monday, 14...... 1:3-:: 1W: : Fancy Goods Hosiery NotionsHousekeeping -
'fhe Peninsular Road will leave Ocala at for the "Farm, Garden nnd )Household ( Tuesday ." 13) ..... 2:2: i.:4.: ,
,i ..f ," and\ contributions for it will be obtained Wednesday! 10..... :UII": 3.3S: "
; I, i\ 7.45: ) a. 11\., Hawthorne at 10.0H: a. m. arrive from able and authoritative writers. Thursday, 17..... 4I:OS) 4:31:: Goods( ,
'\ Waldo at 11:00::( a. n n., making close con Upon matters pertaining to the household, Friday, 1$. 5:03": 5'fj"


nectionith! Transit train for Cedar Key. .especial attention will be bestowed. Clothing, Cloths, Casshnercs,
-- nxri:un>.
Passengers leaving here at too): a. (n. reach:
; J'roiu Mr. Garjleld Nov. 5-Hark: Ormus, Shatkford: ]io ton. flats Caps Boots and Shoes
G Ccd'ir: Key nt 0.35:\ p. in., and Ocala at 5:20: : ,
1 \- Tho following !letter to tho Secretary of fi-S. r. Florida Usina, Savannah.
\' p m. the (Jnrlil.'ll, Memorial 7-UriUsh Hark James Kitelien, II. J. Gcntlc '
beldat
1 Trains leave !Fornandina for Jacksonville mass-meeting: : \ Kitchen, Portland..\ ; Hcn 'Furnishing( ? ( ()or14
: Lyceum )Hall( September 'tl< has been received
,' J Ii at. 11:10: a. m. and 5:30: p. in., arriving in : 9-S. I'Savannah.. City of Itridgeton, Fitzgerald, will be found complete D.J111nttradhe, and will! repay inspeitlou. befrms pubu' ii.

Jacksonville} at 12.:.'>0 p. m. and 7:33.p.: i in. HECTOR, Onto, Nuvcuhcr2,1881.Mr. 9-S. 8. Carondi-Iet Risk, New York. ordering, elsewhere. .
I '* Traitfn leave Jacksonville at 8:30: a/m. and Pl1l: Fefiuitullmi .
B'I Ifjyt, Stmtary, 1'la. ; 'I'LE.\RtlI.: .
t ,J 3:10: p. m, arriving at Fornandina: at 10.23a. : lK\uSiu) : I am requested. by Mrs.[ Jar- Nov 7-S. P. St. Johns( Vogel) Charlt"> New York Ollicc, ) {f XRCoJ'l'ntroalUl'rllil'! t( 1\11'14:51): p. m. field to rf'tllTlthrulI\ h you: to the citizens of 7_S. P. Florida U: ina, :Savannah. :S3;: Walker Street. 1 J [ Fernainlimi: +.1" :,
--_. ------ Fenundina her sincere thanks for their of
ex -S. P. City Bridgfton, Fitzgerald; ,
f"'J'tlHf Travel.The herself of sympathy with her family: and Savanutth. DRY GOODS. DRY. GOODS.

; t time 1 between t Charleston and JackKomllle : Yours: with respect: 10-Sell. Silat: (t. Kvan: I']. Sylvanus[ ,
41 C. O. KOCK.WELI.. New York. --
j has been reduced via the Waycrow
,) i ----- S. Camh-let. Risk New York.
11- S. ,
\ road, tot even hours.. ,,'t' occasionally ...{% Tomatoes Xovembrr. "-s. 1'. Florida, V.-ina' Savannah.ix SCHOOL: BOOKS .! !

: serve statement1* In !fomeof our exchanges JVA' take pleasure: in acknowledging; the I'O1iT.S. .

a x ; t relative\ to new lines[ of travel front,the interior receipt from Mr. J. T. Gnnn of a basket! of S. IJorinqaeri, Ilchcvauii.: 1.,' 2tonol. L.\ Jlms'r: ; :M-OCK; IX TIIL' SI'ATi: AT 4 v

f t to the St. Johns river and thence North.Siu'h very fine fresh, tomatoes, raised by him in Hark Ornuis Shaokford., ) tons. :
t. Hark James K'.tehen.: D. J. Kitchen, 4'J.:
l expectations: far through travelis
so a
his: garden in tills: city. There seems! to be
Hark Nonjureil. (iibl>s 413 ton .
:2 concerned, (\ necessarily 11 1fo IIII 1(11. Byno no reason! why this delicious[ vegetable Hark Alice'auphell. I Katnii, 42!) sons. ASIIMEA.1) BROTHERS. ,

'. possihlo combination of attainable speed should not be cultivated in tho fall, so as to Hark IVko (Ku>l.I), Merlin, 400( ) ton*.

\!\ couldp.leeuersleave I Florida by any river give a supply for market during the fall Hark Royal Tar ( Hr.), Felkin, 717 ton" :;\\Vit Hay Street:, JACKSONVILLE..,
Brig Etna (lIr.) McKenna. 414 tons.
rail. With close
route as rapidly as by a month
Brig Odorill\ unhand 418 tons.
connection\ at Callahan, person leaving -- -- M\, .11iee'I3r1tunl Handy 25tit >ns.Soh. "'hoh.nltntHI Retail Publisher!' ISooltseller*, StatioaerH,. and

w; linesvlllo: ( by the Transit Railroad would Forewarning* of Frost. I'jdos, Kldrid e, $V\j\ tons.Sch. I>eaers in Tojs, .Ves and raU.Ucl('**,
( 1'1'CehTlt: : ton in fourteen hours. 80 Sergeant J. W. Smith has r'l'irl.'linnothl'r Stephen; Hennett, Douglass; 215 tons. .
I letter from the signal authorities at Washington Sch K.: II I. Potter, Shurer, 3l'J tons.! ; i'rlitting, ICuliug: and UhuUug.
from
coming l'hnr1ctolhy the night train ,
} directing him to confer with the MEMOKVXDA. '
they would! reach Gainesville at 31'.11\. next fruit-grotvers ami get their \icvta and desires r. --

day, or Ocala! nt :5 p. m. with reference to the Proiosel 1 forewarning Passengers i>steamship! CuroedeletfromNew AND BLINK ( for house
and Mrs J Counting Railroads
O Kick
York-Mrs oi, JJJOKS : and Steamboats.:
__u_ ___ of front for this State, as the department desires BLANKS
k The Eumont. : immediately: to commence takinobservatiotly. Rick and servant, Miss Alice Clancy JIuiuvm, 0 H to order. LAW BLANKS. for Lawyers and Justices of the Peace.
I Alden and servant, Miss Nellie A
The Kginont: ; Hotel will be opened at an I r..rl"l'l.with. Dr.Sergeant C. J. Smith At once con- Fisk. Capt Gecr. Mrs A C F Stark Mr and Subscriptions' taken to all Papers} and Magazines[ at Publication prices.
President
t early day, under tho management of Mr. of tho }o'ruitUflIwcssodation Kenvvorthy,,who stated Mrs Samuel Wilson Jas, B F Verner John, Miss Ashton Florence Send for our Catalogue and Price Lists. Send for anything in oar line, and yon can
Fagan,
1 Geo. W. Kittelle. The well-earned\ reputation that it would bo necessary for tho department Edwin Al'paush SleijlitH. A Benta John McKirdy.Mrs ., get it. Orders by mail promptly attended to. ,

of the Kgmont; us one of the finest and ing cold to furnish waves that forewarning would reduce of nPlH'ua"h. : HE (Cor Miss( AliceV Call/Mr and Wo have recently publi.-hed! : Intle; to the Decisions, of the Supreme>>

\beat furnished: hotels in the South, we are |>erature to or below 82: degree*, the reportsto Mrs John Hutchin on. Master Hutchinson. Court of Florida. Py R: M. Call. Paper-price! $3. Two Years Abaft the
wife Mrs
Wellkeur and
: l assured, will be more than maintained by be sent to the signal office in this city and Sarah Harry Calvin FUk, John and infant. Mrs[ Ma jrio\Lyon.MrsM Jln..'. By F.Jordan. l'aptr. 73; cents! ; cloth, $1. Orange; Intcvti!' (Illustrated .
the new nnnager: who will be stimulated by also to i Sanford' from which points the forewarnings of the, above ook
H Hrewer, Mrs I Mary Muri'hy. L H Paper, $1. Any I> mailed to any address: on receipt of price.
} the increasing inllux of winter visitors of would be disseminated, nt the! ex- Stowe, Chas Miller\ Dr A L Vamwwater. T
|"nso of fruit growers by telegraf Bull .vsinuvi: lueoTiir.its .
C Fletcher Mrs N Miller, J T Mar.kn, Itabt ,
the best class to nrike the F.gmont a credit to through the columns ofthe'l'"iOl .
heavyy iambic F 0 Oup-ill.\ A (i Clumwl, Thos *4g'y J.\CKSOX"JL1.J- :VLA.S. .A
,
? Fernaudina and to his own management.Mallory'a frosts are formed at W) degrees, it seems to us 'S'rilat (' F DeulslnI'n] __ ,
Harrahan
i ,
: New York:, Nassau and Matanzas that for the benefit of vegetable as! well us: ht'lIn.)1 Dwyer Ed l Dwyer Goo U"lt'C

Line will run to and from this port and given fruit of N\\"l'rs approaching, tho I forewarnings cold waves that!should! would!I.... J Colder W T Dubois\ H H Oriswot.), Chas B. HUBBAKD & CO.
lUwes <; Mare, John Both' wife and ,
bring to our city a large traaveLJttt'cr reduce the tcm >eraturo below that jrije
| jKiint.and .
John .K: Mrs J 1JJd -
I two chlldrt-n. Plesy,
-- thus IxMietit JAt'KSOXVII.LKlf7"HOU
the vegetable as well as the J' f'I.Olun.\ ,
irett, MNtCP.i 'ett, W Ward. Sylvi UrWard.
uld Harbor Toiclng fruit-growers throughout the State.-15iun. '
has -- ----- K: L Avery. .VLK AND) RETAIL DG.VLiiS) : IX
MajorY.. B. C. Puryee perfected arjangeuients Cargo of hteanifhip Cnroinklet. for New

$ I : for placing a good>steam tugboat We cull attention this week toKvdd'snew York. November 11, rl> a. m.--Wi: bale Hardware, StOU'i! Doors, ffei.Ii! UliiuN, I'nintv, Oils,
,t ( iu the FcriiaMdin.i: harbor, and will advertisement= of their dry-goods stock. cotton, 4 M: )KirrvU rusln. 151:) barrels: spirits, I
-- -- -. -- SOI boxes cedar, SS 1 I.v; s cedar, juickagcs f. ;"'l'loIr:; .I.AM axa IRON PHI:. SUOAU MILLS ]UT1HlfjI1'111I' U'.\TIJf.a
f : soon ha prepareto: receive orders for towing ij>ecul bargain in Dry Goodi orIIUI..) Kile* hides, t M packages: merihandiac DrI.T1SU.; : isTJBAM 4M HAS nTTlN'U. PLUMBIVU un 1'J '41'1t4NR.

; : l' raft, etc. .. & T. KruD*. : and 10 p'1 stingers, | ..\Idll'S POWDER, DARUGD: FExiJVtJ:.. a ,. .4.tjanl
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