Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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transportation We wish him every success.The rat. interest we will give Huh information
STATE XEll'S.Alachna. speaking of the cold wave of December ;SO IWfc. Florida. able to do. And first
surveying party of the as we are : a* to
and 31 1 1S>0: averted that it injured the orange 1-:: I.\TIII.\ Omvo-The! 1Il'h;) just;
within a few postponement of the sale of the Florida\
Southern Railway are now
and trees "all over the :Mute; reached; of the death of Chi poo, the chiefof :
crop Indians mile": of town, and tho work along t the whole Central This sale was postponed by an or
b\nllof Tallahav.ee
make for suchan the remnant of a :
Well only excuse we can
H'M'TO'c are line is being rapidly pushed! forward Tlio tier of Judge Pardee upon the petition of
K. M. 1 ['I
))t\TJI OF MR. assertion! is: on the ground of igttora tiee. on the 10th of October t. II'lOtl'.1
to chronicle the bo grading i is finished as far as Ocala, and! the Spencer Trask, who, we understand! holds
pained to be upon The man certainly did not know what l he Seminolc vurrioray near as can
which I I Major N. U. Gruel I le, states ono hundred and niiu superintendent,
gentleman hundred '
death I of the above ;young was: writing about, or cNo ho was guilty of learned, was a little over one yearsof \ [
in this city on Saturday back that time cars will ho running to Ol'allhy State of Florida bonds, which arc :apart
occurred at his'! home wilful mi-representation. The orange crop age, and had\ up to a few months! :,
and 20ih of next month. Mr.[ 0. H. Williams of thoso exchanged for Florida Central'
painful the
: week after a long : in the huntand! annual
of last was! not i injured i in any of the counties: south t been able to engage:
illness. His funeral took place at the Episcopal of Sumter, and very little, if any, ill that, festivities of his tribe, but,has at last had to : ono of the contractors, left Palatka bonds, and placed by I.Ittlelkld, or some or

church! the following day at 3 p. in.. and wodoasscit that not the tenderest succumb to old ages lie Vully participatedin last Wednesday for Ocala, where he will his associates, in the hands of Coddington
[. county ; for this with u for sale in 1S70 or 1S71, when Littlefield .tCo.
Ilcv. E. W. Mcaney performing the last sailrites. vegetation vas injured in the vicinityof the long :Seminolc war, and at time (time commence the grade place

'!. Mr. Hampton had been a resident o/ Tllml'Irl', therefore, oiler u health Billy Ihowlegs his companions were de force of :520 u hands. immediately. All three were luxuriating in the great harvest
at time being of tho contractors will soon beat work coming which grew out of the l,00000 ) bond swin
Gainesville several years, one fat and pleasant home to all who are di-- ported to the Indian territory( in 18 .a, Chip.
brother Mr.[ W. \\'. this This is the mast; encouraging die which ho manipulated.! These bond-
associated' with I! his posed to cast, in their lot with us.-Cucumbers. co and his band managed t->elude\ their pursuers way
Hampton: emlitorof the Times. Ho subsequently bean and tomatoes are in and have: !since lived here and there in news we have yet received, and kills all were not among those sold to the Dutchmen,
engaged in the practice of law, peas though ol'lato doubt as to our long h'e\ll'tnel'eH1! ldington l-
market, and of nice size ami, thn"ur.-The the Kis immee! country, )!: years
taut owing to feeble health was! forced to of the Tropical Railroad reached their main camp has been about twentylivemiles .-The steamer'diwn: ]\ has been purchased ever since lie received them unt'i: !
about three surveyors by Messrs. Alexander St.:; Clair after the Uradley decree in the Schuttc caIn "e.
abandon his profession years Itrooksvillc on :Monday. They will probably -' east of here, near the Catfish lakes

11.50, since which time he was a confirmed reach here some time next\ week.-A Though not actually cnga'ged! \ in the memorable Abrams and; Summcrlin to ply on the lakes deciding that case Judge Bradley! aflirmed

invalid until death.-GninesvillfJiec. thou-und acres of llnlllre being planted in Dado's massacre, in ISIVi: Chipco wa between their new town of Tavnros, and that the Florida bonds which had! been exchanged .
lakes Euslls Harris and for railroad bonds and I in tin-'
massacres and battles ofmillorimportalll'e. other landings on !, were
river and what present: at many
1'c'aLle LVMIS SEi.tcTKn Fun SCHOOL vegetables on the Manatee[ ,
THE In talking over his past Dora.-Our palmetto tree contains a sap, hands of loan fide holders for value, werea
rrarosFllon, 'Walter Gwynn, who has i is more, these lands are rich hammock.Oranges .-
career, ho always expressed regret, for but which by evaporation, I becomes a superiorglue lien upon) the roads for whose bonds they
the summer selecting! pub- are riill'lIing'err raphlly.IHl1rgc
been engaged past deed, which was the killing of white The sap i is obtained by tapping the tree had been l'X<'1I\\lgl'tl.\ Under the Brad '
school under an act shipments will soon ('Ollllllcnco.-iulf (JJft one
"for- ,
lie lands purposes infant by tossing it up and catching it as: it similar to the manner in which the sugar decree tho Jacksonville, Pensacola & :Mobile
1820! which gin.sthe j'/Ol't'"os.
20 :
. of Congress: of May lands, in came down on the point of his hunting maple is tapped.! One tree will! run as much road was sold, the sale confirmed, and the

State authority to locate anywhere Last week, in speaking of deepening our knife. The usual formalities peculiar to Indian as two gallons. The glue produced i is used road t turned over to the t trustees! of the Dutch)

Tallahassee, Newnansville, Augustine channel, we stated that Colonel l.. irkin Smith tribes were through with at his' in shell work, anti it I is thought[ that if introduced bondholders The Florida Central was also
in lieu of deficient IGth gone
and Tampa districts, and informed estimated: that the rock at the mouth of the death, six fine horses and many fat hogs it would supersede all other muci sold, but the sale was not confirmed. for the
in the city Wednesday, -
sections, was had his labors river could, be removed to the necessary having been shot and killed at his grave" [lages with cabinet makel'8l\1Hl hook-b lHlcrs. reason that other parties came forward and

us that he completed most of depth for .f:::<\'>00. 'Since then the Colonel in and Luis: rille and hunting.necoutrements, together Orange growing i is undoubtedly one of ofl'ered a higher price for the road than that
luis selected about 73,000 acres, :
lie Ilernando and formed" that in a recast: of his figures ho with cooking utensil, were buried tho leading enterprises: in Florida. Xo cropis at which it was bid off at the said sale. The

which is in Orange, Sumter, found that it would take somewhere in the with him, so that ho might have the use of surer or more rCII 11\11 erll h'o. It requiresonly court directed the road to be readverflscd

folk counties, Ilernando The furnishing more from neighborhood of:$;:[a'OtO.\) Of one thing, how- them in the "happy hunting grounds." The a moderate capital to establish a grove I\IHlsoh1. This sale was p08tpOIlCllo1\'o by

than any other county.will be turned proceeds into the ever, there is no\ longer any question, and remnant of Chipco's band now numbers but of four hundred trees. The wild orange order of tho phiintitY's attorney, and last
this land
the sale of
school fund andthejnte'rest that is that our channel is! susceptible! of being three warriors, with their women, children grows in this section of our State, and is week it was again postponed by order of

treasury of the common the will be expended, deepened to 12 feet at low lido for less and! negroes, and the chieftain's mantle has easily: transplanted and grafted with tho Judge 1'urdec, who granted a temporary injunction ,

on same the schools. than $llHOOO., The $.: 0,000 appropriated by descended on the shoulders of Chipeo's oldest sweet variety. The cost of transplanting upon the pctltioli of Mr. Trask,

toward the support of public the two last Congresses has deepened it to i) son, who will bo known in diplomatic building is limited at ono dollar per tree ; who is the holder of the whole or a part of

The land will be placed understand on sale that at -a very- feet, (&) feet wire, and with the exception of circles as Tustcnuggcc Tu musky. There are one hundred trees may be set on tin acre, tho Coddington bonds, as:; we have before

early date; and! we desire capitalists : the little patch of rock at the mouth of the other Indian bands: residing below, Okceho- but the most experienced orange growerssay stated. This case will be heard at the next

'about have half of expressed what has a been selected.to purchase Weqrc.not river, the work for the dredge i is in soft mud lice, but they are steadily decreasing in numbers that seventy-five: to tho aero will do term of Judge Settle's court, which meets in
channel of
to what will bo the price"niked which is easily scooped: .n p. A and persistently resist;t every effort of much better in the long run, and good trees! the early part of next month. In view of

prepared but say not less than $1.23 per 12 feet of water at low tide I is better than our government to ameliorate.{.. their condi will produce from fifteen hundred to twenty- tho magnitude of the interests involved
presume the St. Johns bar wlicrc 12 13
over only or
much of it is valuable land, and thou-Iliirlow Ilifu/'mallt"j j five hundred oranges. The fruit docs not wo presume it will bo heard as soon as
acre, us feet depth i is had at high tide.-Tampa Tri-
would readily bring from $) to $10.-Gainesville lune. Putnam.Bankrupt nil mature at onco, tho same tree showing the court convenes. The main question

Bee corporations jn other places the blossoms and green and ripe fruit at tho wo l'resunic-though we are but a layman

Levy should teach our city fathers to be careful same time and thud fruit season covers tho period and make no pretention to legal

THE n.60'J1Y.Taxes are. high. The From the large quantities of Cedar Key the management of the finances. Just at from October to ),[IIY,faeslurg Achnnce.Sinnmcc. acumen-will[ bo whether the Coddingtdn

. people are complaining, and justly, too. oysters: which are every season transportedto this period, when I'alatkn may be said to bonds are entitled to be considered as being -

Though, perhaps, they themselves and not Georgia, I am inclined to think they arc take a step in aJ''JUlcvhen her prospects AUEA,SOIL AMI CMMATK.Suwaneo county in tho hands of bona fide holders for

the otllce-holders are rcsjionsiblc. The opportunity favorites with your good people. It has been open up for tho better, wthould. _be admonished contains an area of about seven hundred value, as wero those which had. boon sold to

was presented them last year by my experience in my travels that where not to saddlo her with a taxation that and fifty square'miles, or four hundred and tho Dtlt li.' 'In I '5tlier' 'words': VIicJtTier these

which-they could havo inaugurated! measures these bivalves are best known they are most may bo onerous: and oppressive. The time eighty thousand acres. Of this territory, bonds should bo considered ns Valid as

that would have brought relief from appreciated Their peculiar flavor, differing to open streets to the river is important, and over two hundred thousand acres belong to against tho road as were those held by the

the heavy .bnrthel1-wo havo been carrying so much from those on the Atlantic coast, the time will come when the population will[ the United! States government, and subject Dutch, or be void as against the State and

f.,r years. They have refused. to avail themselves recommends them to the most fastidious, justify tho expense, not only on Lemon to purchase at government price-one dollar road as were those which; had been returnedto

of the opportunity. They voted almost which causes the demand to be far greater street, but Front street leading to an open and twenty-five cents per acre-or to actual the State without having been sold., Upon .

solidly without regard to party, against than the supply. This supply, however,can ing northeast on the river. It is so easy to settlers under the provisions of the the merits of this question we do not care at

the convening! of n convention None for tho revision be largely! augmented by giving the same make ordinances ; to issue scrip and bonds. homestead act of Congress, at a cost of this time to express an opinion ; it is beforetime
of the State Constitution.
care and attention to their cultivation on the Much of this kind of public legislation is about eighteen dollars, including all expenses courts and will soon meet with judicial ,

that the .organic law, foisted: our! upon us by Gulf as bestowed on the Chesapeake bay sometimes done at a risk that parties in a for tracts of 80 to 1GO acres.! Tho decision. As to the suit of Sherwin against
aliens and! the ignorant of population,
The iiilf furnishes best planting grounds private transaction would not dare to enter State owns thousands of this. area, denominated C. I). Willard, C. II. Allen, et nil, in the State

was a fit instrument for the government ofa south of the Chesapeake The laws of the into. Thrco or four thousand! dollars for school, seminary, internal improve- Circuit Court for this district, the facts are

sovereign of such people.convention But they would feared be the ex- State of Florida give protection to this valuable the opening-of a street just now I is a little ment and swamp: and overflowed lands, and about as follows : This suit is brought to restrain .
pense a industry, and offer to every oysterman more than the town is i able to.I. stand at this which can be purchased at from seventyccuts the defendants from receiving, transferring : -
than bear. Better in
they our judgment
however, that'taxes be somewhat increased the opportunity of making a good l living. period at l least.=The finishing up( of four to ono dollar and twenty-five! cyits) or in anywise disposing of the property -

Yes, if industrious; adopting: a plan to carefully new stores and othwr improvements keeps;: per acre. Largo tracts aro also owned by known as the Jacksonville, Peiisacohi
ona if thercaftcr-they arc materially
year foster the finest beds and not indulge things mechanic is capitalists, whoso agents not to
reduced. We arc gratified to observe busy Every employed( are disposed and Mobile llailroad, which was purchased
in the wholesale spoliation of important and the common laborer finds no time to extortion on the honest immigrant propos by tho representatives! of the Dutch bond
that the State discussing this sub-
: press! are
jcBl rationally, dispassionately: ; that they beds, which is too often done when the quantity loaf. Everything is lively and pleasant,andif ing to cast his: lot among us. The soil is folders This road was sold under the Bradley -

seems inexhaustible, a fortune awaits we keep on wo will become generally a fertile sandy [loam, with a subsoil
great people decree given in the Schutte This
are losing sight! of party interest and looking ('n l'
The increase
many in our population in after awhile. From tho of clay, of cultivation 'and well
theVeltire; sources information easy suit was managed and
tel ( of the whole people without the winter and the fact that conductktl'to a successful
Cedar Key oysters we arc led to believe that European adapted to fertilizers. There are verylittlowasto issue! by C. D. Willard ;;i
regard to party, creed! or color. They are !being called for in K-q' Washington -
are all of the
parts immigration will, at tin early day, turn to lands or such us cannot bo easily made the
beginning to realize the fact that without a :Southern the City, us attorney and) agent of the
country, arc reasons there is a the :South Tho Northwest tho available. The climate is
coustitutional great opening vcry'pleasant, both Dutch
convention the State govern- bojidholders, Adolph Engler being-
large growth in the
consumption, and min. heretofore for immigrants, has been winter and summer, the mean temperature Trustee and
ment crfn never rid.itself of sinecures, and less the is increased holding tho bonds for the own 1
'that as long as sinecure positions: exist, the demand supply prices will, no doubt so as advance.: to meet this found uncongenial. It is said that many express in tho winter months being about 50 Faren- ers. :Mr. Willard (had associated( with him

"people. must bo taxed to support them, andas immense! business is now being, done An tho purpose to seek: homes in Florida. licit, and during the summer, say from June Jacobus Werthcini, LL. l)., a lawyer of Amsterdam

long'as they pay high taxes for that which IWi dealers of Cedar Key with all interior by Now that our great railway system leading to September, tho average iJtIlout&/) / 85, Holland, ns the attorney for the

Brings no return', they will be kept poor.liee. .- cities and towns in Georgia and South Caro South, and especially in Florida, opens up n The mercury very seldom!' above 80 in bondholders in Europe. The understanding

G"iIIC81'illc vast domain, easy of access, where crops of the shale. mid in the summer the nights are and of all
lina. Hundred and hundreds of barrels purpose parties was: in the event
every description can bcsucccsfully raised cool and pleasant, having tht"ellctlt1 bf the
tho validity of the bond
11lll8bo'o1l01l.T.uu'.t tierces and hogshead of full was t established
are moved to say nothing of the great fruit-growing intcrest breezes from both the Atlantic and Gulf. It to settle their affairs and
week last reorganize the roadson
AS A HOME.-We very frequently every season empty packageswere will, no doubt, attract the attentionof is a nmatter of no little surprise! to those who tho basis of what is
see articles in the Florida and exhausted and h'sh were from known _as the Memorandum
newspapers the better clashes of ttiropo: to our fairand understand it, that invalids should seek time
rian. That "
in the of Northern Cedar Key to Georgia in hulk the plan contemplated
correspondence papers by car' humid
haul of the
: The rivers
sunny great railroad mo- lakes and the formation of
Jacksonville .
load and from and Mobile
from Florida, recommending certain portion present! indications many noi(>olics, controlling thrroutes from New sea: coast, in preference to the more salubrious -

)* of' this! State as a winter residence. shipment this season will have to be made York to thn West! have hvretoforu had full and equable climate of the pine lands formed U.\lIronel Company Such'a companywas

With/U due deference to those, papers and in car load lots. Tho 11411 this season are very control of Castle Harden, and the thousands i of the interior counties.-Suivanee Cuunty : under the general incorporation
act of Florida and
correspondent, we claim that it is not onlyas largo and! sujicriorquality, and are sellingat that arrive there Hut the tide will I 1'u?mphlet. now a body corjiorate;

a winter home that we can recommend prices which,.when compared with past and i is changing.( It cannot, be change -- -- of tho State C. II. Alien is president of
our section of the State, but as a home for seasons, must? be very remunerative to deal the '( of the JMILllOUJ NOTES. said com pay ; its directors, we believe, area,
'yo' intelligent Immigrant that
all the 1 year round. We have never found ers. Our Gulf mullet fishermen\ do not usea the' Northwest has Messrs. Hobert Walker of Tallahassee, II
in 3ny section of the State any j portion whereit forty-horse.., power engine to draw in their year, with untold disasters!: visited, while, year hero after the I'1iNII"\COU: it ATLANTIC IJOTII.-A. J. Lane L. Hart of Tulatka, James H. I'alne, of

was more pleasant as a summer home. seines, a* the North Carolina herring fishermen products of the soil &; Co. tarried up another gang of 58 men onthe Jacksonville, and Ilobert I', Dodge; of \VahIngtou .
are sure with/jtcarcely
The hottest time of the day here is from sun- are forced to do, but-it the demand continues disaster .to. Interrupt the .oo'ulnry in his a JlubiJ to Mlitonon\ Tuesday. They go City The roads were to be turned

rising to about 9 o'clock in the morning. .At to increase. as it has for the past'*tsca- Peaceful pursuits.-J'alatta, JftritlJ, *, 'to )fork about 20 miles cast of Milton.- over to this company. Tho company was:

this hour a breeze springs up, and i is usuallycaontinue'1 son they will have io adopt the same means praders aro at work grading the site of the then to issue its bonds fur not exceeding

without intermission until about for catching the mullet which run in schoolsof SiimfervWe 'J. new" depot between Wright and Helmont $12,000 per mile for the entire line of conn

daylight next morning. Our nights are delightfully thousand, and the supply then,no doubt; sad were pained to leant yesterday of the streets.: Crossties arc being delivered at the pleted road; these bonds were. to be) i fcsjied

pleasant( and we can sleep with will be largely increased No fish is more and sudden death of Mr Georpe T. : same point? also large quantities of lumbcr- in two series the tiNt series* to he equal in

comfort and wake so| refreshed by the night'srest palatable! than a good fat mullet nicely Broome, of Helena' formerly pf New York -Huge pile of steel rails are I being made amount to the principal and IUhn'l't' of what

its to enable us to stand the heat until 9 broiled and our Southern cooks know how City He left llro Thursday"afternoon a along the old Muscogee track preparatory are usually! known M* I'ensacolaand Georgia

o'clock. In the sun it is certainly I hot, but to do this perfection Shcepbhcad) will soon hU little be/ore"' dark and on Friday morning to track J laying.--GcraMGritnntf.ofColum. bond, and were to be paid to the holders of

the heat is so much tempered by the cool be plentiful, antI our Northern visitors can and boat was found driven) ashore his hat bus, Ga., arrived on Monday anti\ \ went to tho 1'ejjsacola: and Georgia Umdi for the surrender -

and refreshing breezes that men can work in indulge to their heart's content in this favorite oars were also, found, and not far from the front to take a" place on the engineercorps. of said bonds and were to constitute

the sun all day and not feel it more than in I of theirs of the finny tribe. Has and the the boat beach hU body was f\ uudw washed U|1' on Mr. Charlie Joseph of the name a first lieu on the roa-U The baud of time

a more northerly climate. gentleman trout''I trout are plentiful, and of good size. Hut in and}Ir. Hrooine was well advanced city i is ji4i .tant to life engineer on tho first second.series were to be useij to put the rooms

Maine who came here with his family in 1 I few black! (Uh and r"ll snappers have been citizens year, was quite-a favorite amon-our:' rCllltlc u C)'.-/'-"*/ <>/(, G'tsette. in thorough repair,und for division: among
all of
1870, told at that he hail not J lost a day's i caught, but as soon as! Northern dealers commence sad whom deeply lament over the TUB KAIUJ.MH SI-IT*.-Wo have been in. the partita In Interest.--Jartiwtilte l'dw"

work on account of heat since he had been : to send in their orders fishermen will (l\'Currcl1.t.-Cul'tain Edward, theenterprising terro ated concerning tho nature of the new _.

here and that he labored with more tw I turn their attention to these, and meet all and accommodating manager of railroad litigations mentioned in the Union t .l'ottci,,to 7'ux.l\1.

than where he came (rune. Our winter cli- demand Later in the season we will furul the Leesburgh5'slverSprirk&,; : Transit UaiU and the effects these suit will I am nowjfettdy to m-rJ ve State and Couu-

mat eon Tampa bay i it jgtt; about j.erfect. Acorrespondent I' h you with a statement of shipments of road Steamboat Gimjany aid IHJI visit this )have on the final settlement and adjustment probably office ty Taxes!r'AfH-nmxl for the year laid at
}fit }
week. Thi' tJI : JprUl vrintbHt titatiUshnment"
new MUD 1.6 tyrtainly; :,
of the Geee (Wf fyrlny, writing I fi.h and oy+ter from Cedar Ker.-\'rre'ltP'- : a great of throllroad Interest to which they refer on Third street
euvtnkImeeto-this -
(rum Clay county some week since, I di+titmAivihV, .. !!I4'l.tlun. where there* Wed not f'')a-lflqu.ue tj a full ?", 40 1V Akft :S"It't)1"t." .
... >>o much answer to
produce ruNc4 that Cotleetorif<< Revenue :
reghiros quick thesKj t1uUi but fur : a'sattCoutt' -.
qua a* it J* a matter of
gen- Fcrnandina, Fla., October 13, IN\1.

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{ .- flit ROVXD OF l.n\'Ki\ huge this& mornin'\ secin'! ns there 5 Iii n dials o' dcnly marryingjthe, dandified
London-bred the bundle gently from her, mull letting hh t the Worrocks' would 1 have
milk in the pantry He grinned till lift'red ) of the I ch\.II ",'
,I 1l1IlIIiC into !sight:: enjoyment of the\al.t family Squire in whil they were with huge figure carefully sink lllWI into the begun to !suspect tlat tll' sick woman/ |L?,'j

a liis f'wn joke. Her looks might ha' turned, to the np tOWI. 1 W4'/great blow chair which Mrs. Warrocks hurriedly not taken III ,! llltullt' schrnr.|, \, ,.

T\vo children; [ ,down 1 l 1\> the shining 1 strand, itHMir, !1" Again: he stooied) his ngcd; back lation young which the m mothers, fll )prompt conso brought forward for hint Where shall I winning back John to '. in |I"J: | ?,
With eye ns bliions! the MUMIIUT sea, marriageable .in ?" generally. Fin seemed nut :
to the hoeing nf the potaloc". while the yellow ) the ll': unwilling ; |h,.,
;, While! Hiii sinking sun )fill" all the land !huttcrlly' now hovered. about the straw JirlRII village were. willing to nilcr him "The first! von come to, the one (,I the he should rcuillltle Ih"bt
J. With the ',IJ,1'. u piMcn mystery ; Ilt help hits I will of top." I .
} le\'er thilk ) 111lfl'l',1 got togethir. ,
hat, ni Iftrv'illg to Beta look of the! wrinkled Oi1 \ : '
t Laughing: !aloud nt the mimow's, cry, face beneath it, nun) not succeeding.( marrying, after this, he \cppah'II, lil andagain. The speaker doted, her bright eyes and well,1' she would say inarri.igM' i, ',

I i iS r .Ouzing) with I jov I Is on It y !snowy )breast t, Not I more than 1 three minutes!
S s f.; Till the first !sturlnoks: front t tlic evening sky, the strong quick blows otho/ pa the till lll was continually to be seen either) in explanation she hail made, and the excitement sand, that mule finite happy. l'lll'lld I s !,

W l And the :'I1Id'er1'1' ) : stretch t I over the west anvil Iloyal Oak. or reeling away from it to of her rearonscd feelings about her Worrocks! us know .
blacksmith's hammer; rang out on the his \'ul lilt : ,|
lonely cottage. This "
: WClltOI lot' husband had nearly exhausted 16er. 1,1 cm'
in the adjacent forge ,All, muttered, Stephen in the Illtilll.th-
A soft green doll 1 by the In-coxy shore )Hi[ <'ks, looking; U' from his work, "I ers their!! via ,c who k\l 1' John Stinison, in I strong voice, and in i 1I At, that very moment a '1"\III'lt\ ,
if he
,. A sailor lad and ;a maiden fair ; told her. he! would,l not be idle\ long." .\ sudden like that it meant tl carry formal manner which: would\ have not been the i-mttchellalr was very loudly ,:
all the I t"il
HInll'Ia"I'I'd, in Haul, while the talc of yore resohe visited i t the speaker. "I'lIg'aim' wIIIIIIe better far hil out of place in reading, the public notices on ferts room
not think
Is borne nir.iln mi the listening' air have :a look( at little ]Ksther mpl!!!'. Jt is to him to but of thouuh marrying. The vicar spoke time church door, began with the topmost \'I, it
For love l 1'1 young, though love I bo old, worth twopence lime to see her pretty with \ John. listened to him/ letter. Neither it nor any of the others the youngsniitli, hanging his!! hca't,1)It'll.;, :,

I/:1:' And love alone the heart can till ; face: through the any All faces are not 1 dogged respect) so !l1011 s the reverend which he read after it had: anything very hide the reddening dllkg, .1 shall n, t. '
And the dear old tale that has been told alike not female : the gelltll'lIJ1 had hetl speaking the specalil the content" They were just such! marry.."
even tins! Jtesting!
t tx ," In the tlay gone by it !cpoken) still hoe against the hedge lie went down thegarden young nail reduced smith went himself straight there to to the state I loyal: ) Oak : an honest umctonatl! sailor bus Then a rejoicing light came into the -i i '
'kl l of stu band, tossing on the write to a WOlal'S glittering eyes.!
his rhenmatic- lPI.
path < ns
A trim-built! homo on sheltered )bay ; "lil1l'lIelllt'i-: would' let I him, and very soon \\.I"l( tine5y\ her quicker than him 1'lal Miss loving wife at home on land. Some particulars The strange friendship letwc'cl 1 Est: 1 I i-

;' ._ wire looking nut on the glistening; sea ; he was stooping' at the window, of the ne.\t to hal,1lpoll /n''I\ were given of theoyuge that was being 111 and John Stimson 'I become ,,tn,; '

Ki, A' praver for the loved, one far away, cottage brushing its glass with the broad:\ llrlrhilll ht'I'8.II. made, 'calelllatoll' were roughly gone; common talk of the village Some: ,.i(

'' And prattlinir! : imps beneath the old rooftree brim, nl'hiystrawhat. asliesutilcdanlnnrll-i Cl'l in the habit o leaving tracts into of when his pay became the 11 raliellam, about it. Taking ( i'

x 4 ; ed, and spoke merrily to some one within. nt the cottage in his Ilell"8 lflllo. as at due ; hopes!! 01'greater prosperity, to to stand l reach of the you. _

: A lifted, latch and a radiant fare If the! reader will\ look through the cacnienr every other house in the rilajI .he had cOle in this humble way indulged, ; and always smith's arms they tohllal that he had; < >'

By the open ,door in the falling: night ; as well ns Stephen Hicks he fir she di-continued+l calling marriage frequently recurring mention of little been long in tip I'r'\' t.

: .\ welcome home nod a fond embrace will see that the only occupant' of I lie I bhl'l h- with Ifarrictfm1dt.s r was spoken of as!! being. Kst'hcr: came chiming, Fierce temper darkened 1 his '')S\'l'l.ti s ir.s t

From the love of his youth and his children i smith's sitting 1')011WII little thl'\-t1: ue 1)r. It would, lie 1 expected' 1 she said that "It's Il-I am little Esther," more thanonce hearing the hated word, but lie soon quit 01 !tinnd :

.t h'inht.An : child,) 01'IIhollt, three with eyes!! ns\ blue nsgltuny if she went to the cottage she should say said the tiny golden-haired, figure, sitting if he growled j'lth.a( warning s '

of the sky, anal u Hood, ofgoldencurl.s; something/ ;about that matter, ami it was too on the h.'issock. Her name sounding' came no further explosion.. Some: tll't ,

9 nsfd; man in an old arnl-chuir ; pouring over her shotil,lcrs!!, Mie lay upona silly 1, t"pi 1)1, her to speak upon. However out in the reading gave her a feeling of im women held long whispering: talks on (rrsubject i!I.,

7; ,A golden, IL'ht: fl'ollth western sky ; !llIIalll'd. hugging in her arms a somewhat .111 IlfW 1I11SPl11t the forgo; one,lazy, portance."He: with JIrs.11'ornecks[ \\ 1I'I they wi" "

I1i.4! wife by his side, with her silvered hair, gaudily ,lres ellI1/111. the gay ribbons when J"III was standing moodily within it, knows" it is Y01. But you lu.tn'tbe together drawing water at the well o'r; ii
And! time open, Book of ( !od close by. of/ which had, indeed, offended( Miss Ibmy'snntiunsofeconumy not working, and banded in through, the tiresome, remarked her lolhl'r. suddenly fug clothes on the gn'l'l,
:Sweet the bay the gloaming falls 01'(1 window to him a thin tract entitled [ alert again on these occasions ; the
on It .
was little! Ksther'spresence : "She has got some notion in )her I Iam
And bright I fc the glow of thocveningstar that The JI'llkard'!<4 itnnm'Sorimething in brightness in her eyes seeming to threatento Ill':11
; ; \ : there I had I for home months t : sure, said Esther J Hill's not \ery .
But dearer: to them are the jasper walls blacksmith's his IIWlllt'r 01 (lie paper her melt intou falling tcaras !hoi00kcl1110wI "WII"(
past; made the panes a sort of takin/ 11'01 "I can tell that by In ,
rooted her to for nt the child whom she must have known she tl'mlwl''dl'lat\e r
.\lllllhe streets ut' the Land afar / She
d gulden show-window, against! which nearly /1'lell Before she
every n .
t saw was so to leave behind, in the rough ways klIIII"11 >
nose: in the village) flattened, itlelf'It sometime lll "I'lbl'I'allv; \ ol'NIOi iii. (01 across and fetch him, I used to see hcrsit ""n
An ohl churchyard on a hiII--1e other during the ,1.1tho ull tel take up the big hammer ion her chair door
outside the and
green or eyes pel'r.ll )! (living the From; time to time Ksther I Hill gently interrupted smile tit him
Two lyingtill!: in their peaceful' rest ; \ :( within An injury to the hip of little 10111l"'IIS implement :a the as he went by. But his mind was so full

The fishermen's boats going out with the Ksther; made ]her bedridden. so that every it mighty flown:: swing over :, he. brought talk reading to explain kllpthinJ' then that he took no notice of! her :Ni'
the or to of her dead hl
tideIn body knew where to find her. She; notthe'blacksmith's open pages with a crashing ;CIH'I'lly' to !
1 : was 11"1 says go across. aunt ? That!
blow Then the le'il\01
( John Stinisonbegan
A :' the fiery glow of the amber west. child ; it was!! the fact of ( ling II'which made her put 1 puuc O\'I', she has o' HOle sort I would, risk
her bands afresh his
; (JIll I.1l'cn's laughter; and,the. old,Mews sighs, her not leing his which made, her presencein inches to her temples and leap up several he color the changing ever-and- my life ; and I think she might show inutrconfidence
with again affectionate
When as came on more
1. The night that follows the morning clear, the cottage so curious. I H\'ral. !'II unstopped in me who took her intolrll'utvu
A rainbow bridging, : our darkene'tskies "She is nil the I shall have I her cars to ltl'l to w'laatfohn Stun passages! He read iinontly and well for one door
; : ( family or as her and the She has .t
ills station in life his uncle had him chillI 11"fl'II..t
son might be in sent
round :Iill 11)Y glared at ;
Are the of our lives from year to ever want to have, tall, broad-shouldered little minx as fond us if
L'li-imhera' Journal.ESTHUVS lieI over the hammer handle, she found) it to a schoolmaster! in 1 J'ighhol'illiaje: to "
year John Stinison would say ; "al,1n8 I have was tips ; have evening lessons. OWI father, a111 fonder
got to bo both father and mother to her can't bo said
I.t "Kvcrvthingin the world is hollow butmy way went on until ho was a big, nearly fullgrow'u 'Vellt marriage; one nf
1 STKAXaK leastways!! with Aunt Peggy Worrocks to the ( because death 'llpreventthat."
11EQUEST."Ho II\ill"! youth. Possibly the knowledge thai
help !he'J be ns much as I can about man his : Jf Esther': Hill is: here month longer ;it t
'r Miss Kay was so terrified thatshe fled overtime reading was not bad ( John to goon I
age. IIl.l surprises me, quickly UIwel'cll Mrs.[ \\\>r-
with the letters and not but
Esther: it he gathered, was an )green 'holewI\1 at a rte she h\.1/e\'l'r\ rocks I with ]less sympathy than a relative of
Litle wi have been
; is quite spoiling her, nnd neglecting and she passed into the equaled since her girl h Ila 's. But long beI further encouraged by the constant the suU'erer should have shown.
his I own work. If the ribbon tin t the doll ; youngsmith's I fore she had 1 the p space JohnSticmynn's murmurs ofallmirtion, he heard close
l'r open
has cost anything, it has cost sixpence JohnStiimon's (charge in 1 singular:: flay Tie village angry strides!! had( carried him behind his chair from Mrs. Worrocks, who It was l very simple mystery after all, (this

.t ftk ''t, ridiculous!! love for that child will had only known horns yet 'stnor once more in at the inn hoar not having received much schoolllg herself, of thp poor young !sinking mother who w.is
eight:: months, -about that period having awaiting death) on the 'Vorluks' health, and
be the ruin of him. "I know what we can do with was!! looking OVCI' his writing
1 It was Miss[i ieordana( : ; : Hay who uttered. elaplc,1rH'l'\ her mother, whom tbechildren, hi ini, Snnire htOWhl'lI! after this with cver-wideninir eves as if the knowing before many more nights!! had passed JnhlsStimson
for distinctions sake" ehrl..tele,1, "l>ig Ks \ ; ; what those black strokes; and, knew it fulThele could he little
this prediction, a moment after leaving tho kind of thing had gone on of turns incanl
timer, returned to her native place after years!! months iliiiI was short of miraculous. But doubt that I"tI'I': was: fast: ap ;
blacksntith'scottage.!! The starched. upri ht- complaint was lallc the nothing at (
nest! of the speaker's; very sti'F' tall figure, of absence, bringing with her this!! one chilI way in which the smith's work of the local length; Esther Hill, speaking in her most preaching ; tay bY.11a)' the fair fac giewmore :
She was herself!! unearthly in its but the last
r and the sour look upon her gloomy face, already! 1 wl,1Iw., young its was falling; into arrears, to the hindrance musical \o'I, asked the smith to stop. She beauty 1
'i she was, and the old who saw her remaining r vigor of the frame wasted quick
suggested I that she herself not of the farmers and else '' :
was likely to Poor
i < ; arrive, pale and. fragile, pillowed in a chair ly. Her \'okl (though the music of it got
endanger nnv one at present by winning too fellow I he has had a knock-down, kind of "Perhaps, John, you'l come in again
mucht'love."ylornin' in the trrier'8 cart, whispered to one another when even softer, was growing; fai/tl'r. and she
Fir blow stud think of for but you are III read the
; II'al nothing lot other
that i had to oftener for the
she was not lone for this world stop painful breath
to ? I'd take it kind "
to you, Miss. came over the to wait awhile and sec if he comes his me very of you if \01
old Hicks the bottom Most: of the 1'n had) n dilllcnlty in calling Then the speaker hurriedly went ing.
hedge as oftvliuse senses.
$ i Stephen wouht. "
her her married, of )[ Esther I can't off longer what I
/ name rs. thank John Stimson put any want
garden t the lady had just reached, Luckily for John Stinison there was one : you witha "
Hill they remembered her Ksther: to to John she began when
; only as kiss say yon, tficy
straightened his back from wing a hoe to the in the and she the most t un Ktty ?
Leeson (the of the of vilnc. happened', on the Wednesday to I l'i,
2t daughter wheelwright likely ,
potatoes the older silo, John do seem who had decided Little Ksther: whose pretty face was cushioned evening '
"I' '.I to have got very fond, o* the little nn. That the village, whom 81111 of thl'l followed to upon a most astonishing plan in connection in the palms of her fat bands, the elbows rocks'left together in the front 1101 of the 1'-

; is whit she calls herself, only nicer than I the grave in the neighboring churchyard with him. Mrs WorrocKs early one evening resting on her knees, kept silence on cottage "I hope ain't hurryin' yon

\ i", can But it hprrttytosee. her so tinyand more than n dozen years ago. While yet a knocked his lour her hassock till the question was rather imperatively in it "too much ; but I haven't any lol''

iII{; 1H.'ak so big playing together You'll young girl she had gone away to take service If you please, blacksmith( ,*' she began, ina )\llt'I1 Then :ti looking at tunic cfl'ort to The sit poor slltirer made t wonderful
in the her
l' family of a farmer nine ten pillows "I r
1. 'I hear his anvil before or the I John who to his she shook among
\, ringing lIl\t\ again you'reover hesitating half-puzzled way- women
miles distant Two three have waited I could. Arc
': or changes of situation i her little as long as you
of the
the I know. village lately
', ,\ ': Miss H.iy green had stopped, quite startled, at had removed her still fU.thl'r from John Stiimon were ,very pf;. rrlpectlllna,1.1ressing I "I heal1 do it, mother," she said sure, John" Stimson, that you shall nour

1 f', the "ighto'f. Stephen's !rather soiled and torn the little village after her father's death, for Illn.1; fur the freedom with which they 117myr ? How is that ?" And the sick marry ?
she had lost her mother still earlier and in There was a of the nek
: ; woman s face Hushed with cPlickedllenil.t) ,
r straw hat, rising; mi 1 the other side of the spoke of him behind his back- If you something nearly checks and forehead of tho
the end womanhood found smith."I'ni
budding her
privet fence. Not that so" familiar an object ; please my niece, Ksther wants you to like. anger young .
living in of tho little thecoast. JI certain of it, he said l looking in
one !seaports! on He is so high I couldn't. reach him. up
seen in the broad noon sunshine" which just just come across and! !< her. up

,;, .. then tilled the village; was likely itsclt'to: There she was seen by 1 good-look, John) Stimson's; face, as he heard: this, :grew: His head is nt the ceiling" he shame-faced had been wonderfruru the book in which
ing young sailor, Alfred Hill by name, who From this it would that it tho"i7.e )'Cl1llg.
addressed scent
v.' have: frightened her. Possibly it was the even cloudier at by being by was
: wooed and her. married l Esther Hill )him of late to rend t"
won They were of the blacksmith which had fixed "
'' gliinp-onf: her own uncharitable-ness which woman, anti one who brought : : to : so her
':1.: she !la1')1' just one second of surprise" asher 111,1 soon got 1 comfortable humble home of him from another of the same 1 IC-l-lO sex. He little Esther in admiration since 11 l'nlI'l'11 E\"er"The' Iigrim's Progress;
their own, in which little came to be .But I down to me you're a man o'
told\ can come your
4 I mind her another beheld it through E..tll'r thought it was understood by lhl'l that he you word she said her '
\/ IIccill'ntallu'crht.'arill;; her words, that the lht111 the joy of these had forl'swol'l the111. His i floor was closing Stimson, stooping and bringing; his Illal ,fierce in keenness growing:: inmost

: gave her the shock. But, unluckily, Miss dll '. the village, for Esther Hill without but 3Irs.11'urrocks from the vicinity of the ceiling to the littlecreature's their ol'parenty
\ l 01 to to his heart .
hail relative there Worrocks trying pierce and ,
; Hay was not the one to let her thoughts: !rest one lt'l y ,1 wo : who seemed Illt'l'"tnI111 all, took 1l hborhool1 "In that 1 "
; no IOlger ) having !been html f- The the mater ail, was Ids rather
lan by -
1 upon that unpleasant: explanation of the 'olU.t. heart of grace, and : won't bo tl'io process
sister i of : 'c dogged answer, given however without
: 1'"Ull'r'llotlHr. was called aunt by but she and ,
courage, finally
: matter. She faced round' to the old man, hl'l long) to ask yon anything.. ; from
i'I her without any qualifying of the degree of; her for the kiss. flinching her look.
J :, lo..kllsOllrt.'r than ever, and snapping' the There came into the ) linda put up cherry lips At a "I "
'IIs1ih's am so glad John, and the
quc-tion into single words with her sharp relationship. 'Fheinlelligeneeastolsther'sfortunes of the fair, seen stlhl'n impul!! she slipped her small anus speaker
9 ; 1 picture fading reached .
came' in letters through the post, round his rcutneek, "I will kiss tlel'OI!! h'l'r'm.tell arm so us to tom :i ihim.
white teeth, she said : on fine davs propped on pillows in lavlllg ;
1 "and some year nnd a half hl'fur our outside up 1 again, for bdn' ( to niotimer" "Ion't think I was douhtil' you, hut
"I suppose yon hoard what I said, Mr. chair the Worrocks cottage door us you goo poor
: little story opens ; quickly on the heels of a 4.There-there lo?" iult n is anxious. you an
1 Hicks ? he passed to and fro. His better heart pre Ely that',1 Iatientl -
a 1 "A \\'orll-rHo' ;, a word like My hearing letter :UnolHingt Alfr"llilm.llwcnIroloh'll \ait.l.. and il a rather shame-faced way he y said Esther "Cole to me. Wg quite sure you do never mean to marry: I w.u ito
to ho ask you to !! tak
orlon t like tiresome little something.
i isn't t'con.llal" men girls wm\ou
it '
as good as once way : across. "
1 the Il cOle my Ktty ? She nodded! ', t"itmcbtlouth' ,
1 ( which had an c
: "Then you I h\,11111; rijrht:: to hear' it, was otlr pistl' edge, stating that the ().o Tho breathing of native air had been of John Stinison dl'lnot' let Etlo till he ward other side of the, ,
\ the angry reply. "I was: speaking) only tomyself the ship in which he had sailed, had {lien no help to the young widow. Her strength, hail returned her second kiH. When lie ;. at the foot of which lay the sleeping' 1"11 chili
t though all that I sail; is unite' true, if slowlywas only too But left the Worrock's two big The little face
I urn lost collision with an iceberg; in tho North Hurly ( bilg Ilweling lovely was calm ns a cherub ,
{ certain. of the
him indoors
girls family
f'; Sea. 1'.timer Hill was left with her eightl'nJncnthsol,1 as she 1':11.1h.. grew in 1 :: the soft breathings !seeming to be drwl
Old Ftcpltei1: wrinkled HushoU'iilittle : quarreling in tones which must have
> visage
) ) the of II'l'tilels", ,John Stini sorely from the of Paradise. "I have thou ,
\ girl as only memento of her nil ; -
: und lifcjynlly lilted and let fllIlijotl\ shaken the nerves of Esther Hill.
H gallant sailor ( her son, when he passed over firs Worrock's Htralg'cto it all over John. Todd find hoar '
f : the boo on which he! leaned. "One can't hu.hlnl1 Jradnally own threshold little his mind say, tho young smith did lot cross the your
as was predisposedto
k health sank by she'wrote to very lonely when you began; to get old, un<:
help one's: ear.s he.iriiu, ma'um. It !is Easier 111 } village in the direction of the
.. : Aunt Worrocks asking if she could yield to female charms in his, present green HI.ILiol by that time she'll be growin' She
f any day for uottousetheir spare 1 but instead ho went right back to the :
anybody tongue, mood checked his first
corner her cottage,for and child '1 :awkwardly moodily full o' love, John, and she'll keep you f1'011
hlr"tlf ,
>1' if they don't w'NIrwlut: they say heard than and came to a stand, if smith cotagc. The door the lonely dwelling .
since the doctors sadthe'only[ thing that "l'gII'lark, as ot goin' wrong in any way. She has got ;.
for one not to. Iwaf that I is said\, just the ) WI rather behind him
; .} : on beauty of the face that ) banged heavily ,
1t other could restore her was going back. to her native so ,, Iefllll'rof you than you know, for I'e K-, ;,i'
f; .ileolyonrutvnLet.e.ltrsarcbusy: [ lir. eagerly smiled at him 1'1'01 tho big pillowed as if he expected some eyes were watching her buck from showing it, us I wanted, to >,, "
t } whether those they belong; to will or not. So .hnir, .1 drizzlrng rain was (that day) fa1lljot him. But he did not reappear again outside if you would+a take to her yourself, and I
f.ira-s I see, the child has: done John Stim. 1 wroe back, explained Mrs. Worrocks outside, preventing Iv-thcr Hill from that night.Nest think like her bit ,
son nothing but good, t11)a'tau, if I may have long !afwrjto one of her nearest" gossips! in at the floor, and making her short, panting Ig flay the sounds of his hammer on don't =you?" a Johl <
nil opinion." the vitittmc''saying: ns I would tn' for few the anvil : heard you
u were more tl
and heavier the hearth flelll'n ,t hough
on Tho volume had .
breathing go from th.blacksmith's
< ; "Certainly, you may have an opinion, months, bat; one's house must be tine's I even. cOle he wasry ill-tempered to those who square knee the slipped
to Hoor without I I"
L' Mr.( Hicks, though; I do not task for it. Put )\1 Mt I permanency. I was right in tcl-I Thank for across, John," brought work to him About ,noon getting; "' -

a ;lyr it is remain that tlll1illll:< looks on the child log her that for how could I know ( 1 I she l said, !pn'tting yon out coining thin, worn, alabaster- into :furious debate with a wagoner who lie making was any attempt to aback stop it this or recover i
as a big d'ltir!\ himself to play with /lIltlWll.tl' emu had mOr' than sixty 1 pounds in her ;: hand toward him, "They tell me wanted a tire mended' l, John Stinison Hung of which takell11tel'Iy his .slow-moving'honest propn-

time over her that should be betteremployed. pocket? and i it i is everybody's duty not to un looking what I good scholar, ] yon are. sort of off! his) It'ather apron and walked straight had hail no inkling h efureLan, brl: '

\ The tracts I leave at his cottage dertake burdens wl\:1 they han got enoughof writing n;;, Aunt 11'arrocicssays, .1' matter out of the forge leaving [his would-be customer You do like her John !"! tb':
t.a m repeated >
f I do not believe are more than looked in their own to biggrowin'girls there, after him
I1'nr. having t"l to yoga It was that made me so bold as to looking open- mother, speaking now in an .
spite off the change which he professes, I o )' fact i.s, Ivsther onghn't mouthed. But even this timche did agony."I .
5 I OWI send for you I have quite lot of letters not go do," he answered, his wide fm
u intending to !leave a new one with to have been so close w|i' me about her money 1 to the inn, but down eyes
yon See here ami she '
turning thoroatIH.lefor the bed. But '
on there is
my Aunt '
1 I j but I think I ion-it postpone it." giving the matters. It is clo.sencssjtm\\t tl5)it. I moan fr')1 began to p"or111(11 among the {pillows for some the open e'cnilIW that name was heard urwk'hcn look -

I bundle' of t tracts iii her I hIIwhito flutter, among relatives" us causes no endtodittppointments. : thing "The ship never touched at aj ort back at the Worrocks cottage, reading more trouble dashed the sick woman's a ,
J +i I doubt, are not in frllllt.lit' mind 0 the old to Esther : quickujtation
a to
: without his posting one 1,11 me. But I am : Mtl'r li at his first words .\unt \\',
Wr profit. by ;good reading. It i is idle your telling It was under these drl'11 m nu'o's-that t ttimer n not so strong as I was, 11,1 reading makes 8<) things went on for .of that rocks bus two biir girlsuf her tit I n .

j t )' mo, Mr. Hick-, that Stiwson" Is not lov- Hill came back to the village, The .mv eyes swim. I CUl..listen. w(1 enough, week. Night after niirht John"Stimson was after. If BUr grew? up with C\1 them; tin, i
In. that child
\ to exce.vj. hectic tlush upon her dl'kR. the bright glitter ; however anil yon .JOI.t Know wla a comfort missing from the Ked Lionand'every evening break her temper, sweet as it i". ( ni ,
Prw The 010111\:111.: Burin this, speech had restrained of her eyes, and t the t transparency: of her : it would b'e if von would over he passed in at the Worrocks'door.' He every bit of life out of Say ani t. i

himself i ulllIIl1'.llIly.'hll'ntJy!: he skin[ due to her. illnos, made her look very to inc. TThat was why I bothered aunt to ask worked now, too, nearly the fullrcgulur her, John All the women Ilr in the) .1'1 '

;1)ei. nrj.tnt to treat )Liwye-r H.111.IIhh'r! ; with 'I' bl'\ltfllll': she was helped from therartier's you to smite across Alfred's writing isn't hour at the nnrlll the day time Vapidly full of their own matters You are the: oly "

I all respect.' S'l i\iMfs\ iiu-l: :vitro to him a iltl relative's cottage at time back of< Very bad, though he, n-edtosay his fingersere arrears Wl'rt.hcng overtaken to one shed have a chance with, ,\ '
little tenacity <.: viiunn. I don't wish to'' the green. More[ of; ,: b If jbs ; i .
., thal Ole thebyjstanders" too : ) a you cansKrOvthetime everybody's ( curate, on one mean to keep single and you've
reason" :Iaill"t your better knowledge.; Miss\ told another that she would have. b"l'l the I | t 'i i\ would l II'U.trouble you of his visits to Ksthcr Hill ut her unnt'll'ot- Tile that SOltllh'. She'll promt-back

,: F U.iy he began, taking: oil' the dilapidated ro>e of the village in days gone by if Ihl :j n\ti6I' i b J.being I good scholar. tage, said to her : you'll only love her well." .Ia"ou '

straw, hat and 'revealing his scantygray I hat!tt\pl.IIUllnl tl'NI, Then the looks :!..Jspne: better in the village, nor so good .Well, Mrs. Hill, 'Ol have: done what I Little Kither might somehowhave kll' '*. '
I 1''K-kb, :as if t to sotti-n. or perhaps, uKo, to en- to 1 INther'-s: little girl liut; tl),' curate and Lawyer Kay, of course: could nut do, nor even the 'Squire.' You that her fate ''a' hanging in uir. S '

: i'oriv his "1":1: but I never knew unybrwlyyrtwhoever who, besides her mother' regular' features, put in Mrs.( Wurxocks. who was looking onand are winning John Stimson out of his moodincss. stirred { the bed, tie i.I

hurt eitherthem ':!uruthl' already had the glory of 1,1'ltilut palciuld listening, curiously, with her shoulder ." from UIOI the clothes drawing rosy! .

by l Ijvin' 'em too much\ providin' it was hair. There was blt'Olt as to her propping the -tall mantlepiece., She felt l'ourlsthersntilelfrontlien 'illotvs, Then large blue opened.) As; th"1 slowlv she -

;genuine, as John" Stinison's: for little Father: prettincss. bound to say something having been the she called the child to her, and caressing her I John Stimson eyes a bright smile soon flitted us OMT "

f 1 am" sure, is. This unexpected arrival of Esther Inf(i means of bringing;: John Stimson there."I Bod us much us her weakness would let her. said face

I rally said never heard; anything so ridic- with her ,tlerl's child[ (divided tho \' gl1lltt.. lady, 1-Jttv; and hearken to the Ppoakingin a shrill whisper towarJ.th cu- ''Isn't she pretty ?' her aI'!

i. nl >'is. Miss Kay, impatiently; waving gossip i with surprising C\lt. which '. I was your father wrote U, miles rateV i-ar : exhausted mother. whi"perl' ,'' ', .
m oft'l butterfly that was fluttering; too near. hail happened only a few days hlurl'-the an' miles '." I think he is getting a hit fmd of Kttv." Make to bil ly 1,11 I

: To prevent her judgment; U-ing furtherabusea jilting of John tiil"I, the young blacksmith This additional olv er\'aton bv )(r."Yor.- l\'rtail1\'. if K-ther: )' hail;[ a busy." hate bleep again, lacy.:
: bv such wild opinions as those of I| by Harriet for the lillllI11''ll
Mapleiset'tmdbuuseclald rocks was addressed ltte Esther, plan bringing I i back The child obediently begun ,
to turn '
I'h'phclHicks, she, without adding so much j I i ias at the 1al1 It was expected that these two was Mttin nit n hassock lt her moth 'r'i to a healthier frame of mind she !scarcely to: the wall, but she >

- a, ;. u good morning; turned uliyut hastily i wouM shortly have ICI'1arri.1, for feet, her upward-tnrntl blue eyes intently could have acted more wisely! thal getting ing over her shoulder stopPCI lillwa
at John.
: from "hint and with a r" more than I i iever John fUUlt.
,! in m-hed .rather than walked :across the' had serve+l his apprenticeship, diiil nearlyttvsrlve (hi.l. without 01(.mlfting' her gaze, gave t nod ', ordinary und commonplace u!'Ul'n.biIC" their mother. are you wanting ? asked '

village green in the direction the large red months ago and the l courtship reckoned in her aunt' direction.Meanwhile. contents were, the letters gave true history "I "
want to
.brick;, : house, with the bright; windows[ In hack fouror live yen John had sue- K-tbyrJUll brought t rather of warm ulfet ill between two: human be whining measure hands, was tie tau>

I ? which her father lived. cmKsl to the forge, aid h.i-1 been living; largo bundle of oldcreased letters from [ings ; and their | "lullnot[ but In 111) .
II'r1"I John
sug.gist an Stimson -'
gl 1 1W 1t .. ;1IiI't"": I mould have liked a new tract, forthev're lonely bachelor life since Harriet[ putting 5'imuewhrebchindjter." | >. yevldeutlyhail! that love, in spite of the of the the strode acr
: f.1t his "+>
i :'- comforting reaJin', sail tho old off t 1'iII ill month utter numth. The 1 b't'n 1'lllu\'r inalrv times already binith's having been I so was against! thef the child's dosed gigantic l'tt\1 -
\: mail.: Then lie went on with u buckle : IJtkr 1.11.1 the previous \uxk-by tupixttyfacv If httiriu good. It'll n r. But l'nlll.jilttl. tiny white tiue'a"It
; } them'llll you any ,,111' any
a tli was swsrt'whmieh the K":
+ Imlllt'n | two
,. Hut it's as well she didn't o into the cot- l I I 1lop"llt
i' ; ollow.hvarte4. Clul'tl' sail- be little trouble, said John Sttmson, taking .rl"1 during; ; the visits of ."hl Stiuln herself having;in\lta She i>rt'ed 'h '


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.- kl1uc1\CR-\- ogaillst the (II1l1hllll' with old Stephen. Hicks over the gardoi I AVANNAH: FLORIDA A WESTERN: I: 1(1.01:111.\: CENTRAL: PvAILROAD. INcrr and Orenti Ntciunlionf
I' ..ticn Ili Dud 1 hedge. She\ disapproved of the frivolity ot' RAILWAY.Via .
1'11' 111
shucklel tit the I l'rl'I1Ce J. FiA., Sept 12. 1881. BO.11 o ic (i A x i-1 \ L'tr
her lips hI hI' kis clllr hllll, this giant of u young /fellow )playing will \CKSONVIU.K.
',,. ,he put up" Night i night. Yer.' 1iig; ." whith little Etty In the broad forenoon and looked IVicj cross Short II IIP. Commencing this date, trains on this road

null 11111'I'r'r for the !smith, !she turned over on sourly, standing at the bedside, while tin will run us follows :
I Wattle big fist and the little one were matched tog On and after Sunday, Nov. <8 i, 181* Pa"s- ooisu tt'1'T.raern. "" \

to the wall.night Very Little I I ," I the I smith! I anVing gether. eager TI':1il1111 rini over the Wayeross: I\ [flr. J/llil.

svercE" f'XI'lIt that, the name by which hehaul 1 never knew time so wasted !" !she muttered. :Short Line us follows\ : LI'n.Tncksoll'ill..11:0: :) a. in. ?)::10) p. 11\.
to call IcrIre lVt ]fail: .lnck'villedaily LeaveVhtite House...11 ::Ji" \1.1>: l"> "

conk wcnt hark| toward Esther Hill chair It did not much signify what she thought Express. Arrivo l'.dd\\in: l ll'tW "

talk had nearly drained: the !sick orsaid ; the smith ami Etty Wl'fl''O lost in \Daily Leave lUldwin: .......... 10:10: "
Tie I, long of her last vestige of strength, but! their own fun that they tiid not hear her Leave: Jacksonville..... U.uo) u. ,).;,01".111. Leave )Darbyville. 10.:.' .) u. S. JIAIL STi.V31SIIirh: >
man: words either of them Arrive Jacksonville.i ... j.00 m. 8.110< a. in. l -
had no breath left for words she ?lllpverlv ; nor was! even aware 1' Leave :Sanderson; ., 11-::
it I ;she ;questioned him with her bright eves ; when she] stalked out of the "llIagl'lIth'ril1g' )Leave Call.ihan, "' : ......... \5M a. m. 7.7' p. in.Arrivo Lea\e Olusteo.....,...,. 12.0S: a. nt.I '
the overheard eared old at 'Wavcross..l I a. in. \0.;':-\ mil..lrrivc Will leave Cedar Key
: rlllilg! him, however, with an ul'lilh'IIiIl' soliloijuy by tluick- p. I Leave Mt. Carrie. 12:2: !)
iv: not; to speak loud, lest the child should Stephen Ilkks'nsteof:!:: t time Miss Raj-: at Josup, .......... l..lip.:! ill. 11..1\11'.111.\ Arrive Lake City( ?.,..... Ill: ) 1,__
g'r, Slimson was much pus-zled. was ,quite out of her reckoning there. The Arrive at Brunswick.. (UN'p.' tut. ,">..: in.Arrivo FOR NEW ORLEANS: EVHIIY OTIIEFiFRIDAY
It?''tr How, John could I look after her?" ho asked! I first dozen\ strokes with the hammer, or rasps! Savannah: ; ...,,.. Wn \p. 111. 2.I.i! a. in. Arrivo: Uvo'Oak, : l 2: "in.ArrivoTallahas.M'0 .

"I couldn't wahI: III dress with the file f John' Stimson pave: when ho Arrive Charles-ton...... l n.ll1> > p. m. )5 .0' a. in. $:-W
l.w-ilderedly" ; was back in the forge more than made up .\rl'c Augusta,10,3n) \p. m. .1.15 p. in. nln' Chnttnhoodll'e.] _12:25: : p. in.
her I1wtlcr, face cleared I : she I was 1'1'1" for the pause: there had been in these short Arrivo Macon[ ............ i."lIlp.1I1.; 7.lHin. min .\rl: v-SainosxiiTo: i : : ,... :3:22: p. mil.

m'li EtI\8 fur thl. ]It' ..LuntVorrocks way absences ; such freshened: vigor he unawares: Arrive .All.inta,......... 3.5111m.> 1:1111: '> p. mil. Arrive Ced.ir,\ Key...... (0:55: FOR Ioay'I': : AND HAVANA

1' thc eagerly whispered. "she aopldt put forth. Arrive :Montgomery... 5,11(1( !p. >tit. Arrive Oeala....:........ 7:00: EVERY; OTHER :SATURDAY.PARSONS : .
lwl, ... !\1.111<> .. ..------
across tool 110 ail that till! 1tty: grew One drawback there had been to this Arrive \\1I hil1gttln. !11.3111) sit a in. ---
III"' enough to look after herself; whiHi. won't !smooth happiness. H. of, course. became Arrive linltinwre.,12a5: \p. in. 12.0111. III. GOINU FAST
/'long first. There will he a hit more than: known to (Worroeks: 011 !Esther: Hill's Arrive New York (I limitoil oxp'ss) :Jj.A'.i'! p. m. J'a. Cllqcr. .1/l/i/

death, that she had left I the ...ixl "IHitl pounds Arrivo PR.R.U"(; in. ;..211.111.) \ Arrivo Jacksonville.... 2:001".11I.: 0.50 a. m. iV\: 11.\I.E.g.'lItl!,

every-ling : 1 behind her ; and no sooner were they acquainted Arrixo St. Louis......... 7.00 p. rn. Arrive1'hite i house. 1:2S:: 01S:I 0-13t Ced.ir Key, Fin.SIiiiMII .

"d ings:c. That would belong to you" with this: tact: than their ull'cctiont \ Arrive Chicago........... 7.m p. m. Arrive Haldwin......... 5.V: --------.-. -. -- --

IVfore. the words I were out, 'ollng'Illith t 'r he child suffered\ a marvelous increase' TIMI:. )Leave lUldwin........ .. 1:10: "
his to a height taller John Stimson's paying ..1untI'urroeks very : : ; { S'IIIn.'I.l-a:
had: drawn figure! Arrive! D.irhyville' ,..... 5:25::
than Etty: had ever seen it. liberally for her miurningand {'\'l'lIill"bits Savannah::;: ....... ......... ...... ..... 0:10: hours Arrivo Sanderson...... 4jo: "

If I was to take her." he firmly said l, I to look after ))011ditl not satisfy them To Now York...... ...... ...... .........I.i: l" hums Arrivo Olusteo! ........... :3:51:: THE =STKAMr.KST. : I (

,-oiild\ take nothing else" Thl'we..l'. her right; guardians, they said, Washington ...... ..................:\1:111::: > hours Arrive :Mt. (Carrie........ :3'iO::; ,,- -.11 L
At that moment' I Ralph \\'orrock*' moil ami; in fact, it w.s impossible! for them to To Chicago: .,.......,......... .,.... ...... l 1\)!> h wars: \Leave Lake City ....... :3:30:: i\I-\ d' "
li.u-sh voice beiran' to growl in the kitchen do without her Tho blaiksmilh was not To St. I Louis........ ............,........4')) hours.TiiRorun ? .- ...----- ----- { J01IXS : n I{ t'lTY POIXT
lu-iiind them 'lie had come in by the back related' to hl'rl"l they were, But the loveof Leave Live Oak,...:..... 1:00: 1'. m. I .*I < ( *!
SLEEPERS.j : : : "'--- *''-------
\\.iy from working in the garden Jut then I the another hail been too crafty for the greedy :; I.l.a\'cTallahll.O( ()....... 0:30:

ton", the shrilling i tones of :Mrs. Worroeks pair. 'l'luecarate produced} a document in ff-Jacksonville to :!,'nl1lH1h. )Leave Chattahoochco.. 2:30":::

funded in front of the cottage;( ; she was the nature of a will, which the dying woman Gainesville' ........ 9! .35: a. nt.11ai1 .
driving home before her the younger of her had, left in his: hand Jt bequeathed both .Jacksonville: to Charleston.f Leave Cedar: Key........ 5.30:: "

irk who was crying at not being h allowed the money and the care of Etty to John' !l- Jacksonville to Macon.: : \Leiivt-Ooala: ......... ...... 5jl5: .". .
.. ... '
Stimson.t i -- -- '
to( play longer in the green. :Mother[ and -- ----- -- -- ------------- utlli
''!L.II1: liter were making for the front door "I J told her I'd have nothing to do with Jacksonville to Montgom'y.rer [ train connects: Jacksonvillo ihi( t41i *"

and would, pass through the si'woman's the money," exclaimed] ( the !smith on learning : Jacksonville Washington.. the Savannah: : Floritl'cloll'rn Railroad: ,
slum John Stimson went toward: the ; of lh1:<. "She oltgit ll t to have done .; and at Lake City with the Jacksonville 1 Pen- I LT }leave Fernandiuft Jacksonville 1

threshold : his plain, straight fowau'd mind it." Only one change of cars to New'ork. !"nellla.ohil.[ .: Railroad: : for Chattahoochee -\'I and Palatka, and intermediate landings

was perplexed f. and at any time it only He would not rest till Lawyer Ray had Passengers going to lfontgnmierynud: Xent'l'all \\' and IlIterl11l'lliatt.tation on the St. John's River and Savannah

moved( slowly. "I'll think about it," he been brought into the matter, :and a formal :! lake the evening train Passenger train connects! at Baldwin for and Charleston, as folows :

said, passing!! out of the doorway as Aunt 11"I'lllmll been drawn by him, settling the Passengers from line of Transit Railroad:: and from ulll'"lIIl' on the I Florida I Transit ,

Worroeks and: the screaming girl arrived on money on little Etty w hen she grew up. A take the train at Callahan. or Peninsular Railroads.j. From Fernandina

the threshold. copy of this legal document John' Sti mason Passengers from line Jacksonville' Pen- s. MCELROY, FOR JACKSONVILLE: AND PALATKA.

A ei reu instance happened eaily the \day nailed, on the wall of the forge, close by his l1H'olaInbilo: Railroad: : either take train Master Transp'n.

which would have quickened I John :Stimson's: big grimy bellows. There it gradually became :at Live Oak, leaving 2 \p.m. and arriving at W. M. DAVIDSON: Superintendent ;EVERY> : "WEDNESDAY.-: .i

thinking if he hlll\1ot got through with it too snlike-stained to he legible, but :Savannah: at 2.. .) a.m., or train at Jacksonville _n_ __ __ _. -.. r
already, which he nearly had done. Bu that did not signify, as all the villagers\ by leaving at 9 a.m. awl arriving at :Savannah -'I'II1: SHX FOR 1SS2. From Fcrnandinn
tw'el1' 10 and U o'clock in the forenoon that time knew it by heart Ralph \\'nr- at o-K: : > p.m.Connecting FOR SA Y.NX.HXII: CHARLESTON

1 here WI\'i:1. sudden, hubbub at the cottageson : roeks, when in his cups, came several times' at Savannah with steamers furI'W

the south side of the green ; in a few to the forge I1nllllllllt.\ y to-do. The York, l'hiladl'lphiao..llIn\ and Balti : will make its iifteenth ,:.EVERY Fmn\\ ." 'c

minutes news fl'al'hl'lllhelIIilh' in his forge smith," he ...aid. had no right to come between more.Connecting. T"JIISlTXfol'lHH2> under the presentntanagcutcnt Close! connection made with steamers fo
little Esther Hill hall either fallen or relatives as: he had done. If there was: at Charleston with steamersfor
shining: as always!, for all, big ::\1 ell 011 villt' and I Enterprise' also with stnorers
been pushed down the redbrick steps Icaltng : justice in the country, Etty belonged to New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore.I
} and little, 11I1'1\11111\11 gracious, contented and for Ocklawaha River: : also at Savannah
them'hen this hind boon'repeated what Tickets sold to nil rail
The points hy
into the'orrocks' garden. report : Through
; Republican and Democratic, depraved with steamers for New York, Philadelphia
unhappy, I :
seemed to John :Stimson sutlicieiit\ and connections and : !
was that one of her legs was broken. Down n number steamship: Baggage
and virtuous, intelligent and obtuse Boston and Jlalt 111ol'l'.lInlt at Charleston witL"tt'Ull1l'l'I
tumbled John :Stimsou's:; hammer and I the of t times, he, on the next visit laid his clu'cln'll1hl'lIlI-rh. Sleeping-Car\ Berths:
The Kim's is for mankind and for :New York Haiti-
light woman : Philadelphia,
had been to the hand half-tipsy IltlphI'urrocks': and sections !secured Company's Olllce in
giant never seen cross
young kind of sort but its genial warmth is and with :Northeastern A;, South Carlo-
..sheer every ; more, ( :
Village green with such speed before. shoulder and by pressure forced him Astor's building.: Hi Hay street, Jacksonville,
for the while it hot discomfort lina Railroads
good, )pours : for routes North. East and
into the road There in Olllce.J.
Roughly: pushing; aside the women who parlor'out and at 1)epot'1'ickct .
subdued on the blistering backs of the persistentlywicked. West.
were gossiping! ; at the cottage door, he strode a voice, he said : E. ])lL\YTOX, .

straight into the room. "Come'round to the back of the forgo.You Ticket Agent The of 1808 of FIRST-CLASS PAS ENOER ACCOMMODATIONS. :
"I am come for Ill.rI"! he roared .\ nice are kind o' related to Etty, and don't GEO. W. HAINES: Agent. .,0 kind. Sun It discarded was a newspaper of the forms a new anda .
would have if she left want her to see me knock 11ownlln\hodv as many ,
life tbc was: amongvon ;
multitude of the superfluous words and Through Tickets and Staterooms secured
here." lie spoke as if little Esther had she has once called her uncle. I have some l'E H.'Or.AX[ }) 1\1\111111 information
furnished olllce
JACKSONVILLE phrases: of ancient journalism. It undertook corner
iielongeil to him for years "Come along, regard! for her feelings, Ralph Worroeks if RAILWAY.
Centre and Second\ streets.20ly .
in succinct unconventional
to :
fresh :
report a ,
haven't. Come' behind the
YcrLittl.., he whispered\ to her; "you you forge
must come to own home with me." Juste id of accepting this considerate invitation On and after Monday, May 2, 1SH1, Trains way all the news of the world, omitting no C J. A. O"ES.I.IXE.
your Ralph Worroeks was already on his on this road will run (daily us follows : event of human interest and! commenting
Giving a hasty nod to little Esther's: pale toward his upon allairs! with the fearlessness! absolute For Tampa tiiul Itv IVtvsl,
and agitated; mother he, stalked out of the way own cottage as fast as hisunsteady C10INO WI-ST.: independence The success of this experifnent -
legs could him It was his VIA
cottage with his ('anully.helclIJlll'llcn; ; willing last visit of this kind to the forge. Leave Lake C'ilr..12.O:: p.m. was the success of the Sun. It effected

JOtty resting quietly in his great arms. If anybody comes: here," John' Stimson Leave Welborn.........,, tau p.m: a permanent change In the stylo of American r(1,1111'4Sletnuslilp (,'()*ti ,

The wondering neighbors looked at the sick shouted the next day, when Worroeks was Leave Houston........... l.5S p.m. netvspa sers. Every; important journal
woman, l but much us this occurrence had Arrive; : ;- k-: : : :'-- established in this ( UI11trill the (oxen
disturbed her she found strength enough to passing", "puttin bad thoughts in her mind, Live U: 2,111): < t)iip.m.'
smile. It is all right" she murmured, and showin' her their public-house manners Leave Live Oak,......... 2.'JU: I.ID. yearn past has been modeled after the .Bar.
thankful I'll knock 'em down as flat as a piece Leave )';\'erill1pOltllllt journal already existinghas
hands in
clasping prayerful
been; modified and bettered by the force
of iron under --- ----
big sledge-hammer !I'
ness. "I asked Cud! for it in my Leave: :: .. -l.1.I> : '
my prayers To hear than Ellaville..... :! :!< p.m. of the /S'mi'jt example
this would
and He has answered me. She will he cared have thought he had himself say never you seen the Le'htVCMttdiSnll.: ........... 4.15 p.m. The Sun of 1HH2\ will be the same outspoken i

t for the; Lord and I pleases am\ ready to send to go the nowhenever messenger to inside! of the Red Lion door. But the truth Leave Greenville; ........ 5..1'-I-,. l. tint Ii-telhag and interesting new s-!

l'allllir the river." was that short as the time was, he had already Leave Aucilla?........... (1.10 pan pa tier.
)Her thoughts, being at last relaxed on the turned' into another kind of John Leave; Drifton..:.. .:::::. -(i.4fp.m., -- abundant Jly u liberal use of ufl'ords the means shall which make an
istimson than the old The dead! prosperity : we
subject little Esther; had flitted straight ] one. woman Leave Monticello:: ......... 5.50Irnt. it better than before.We .
at in the ever
lying rest churchyard-though it
tl) Johll:1I1I1"on's:.": Her words reading were of "The prophetic Pilgrita'sProgress of is: certain she had, in her mother's heart Leave; Lloyd's: ::.:::::,::: 7.15 )pan I'halllll'int all the news, putting it into ONE of the I staunch and) elegant Steamere

Leave Choi res'. ...... readable and its tho above Line will leave Cedar
what was soon to follow for that very night thought[ more of her child's good than 01'his 7.10ji.iu.) : I>hUl'l', measuring! importance Kej

the messenger; arrived, and Either 1 lilt !peace.fully -had! bettered all his: life by so strangely Arrive Tallahassee; ::-::-S.:!.") p.m. not by t traditional yardstick, but every Monday at 4:00: p. m., for

passed away. She, a few days later, leaving him her daughter.- Band by Leave Tallahasse......... .S.50 p.m. by its real interest to the }lc l'le. Distance first Tampa>> Mauafcc

was' laid to rest beside her parents in the Etty's hip straightened], and she was able to Leave Midway........... !I.I: !) p.m. from Printing House Square is not th6 ,
walk with a stick ; then John had to take consideration with the Hun Whenever I\nS'-
been village led churchyard.by her mother's LlIl'kily.littlc talk of Etty dying had to her to church regularly. Soon his heart us Leave Quincy...:::::::...10.28: p.in: :!--- thing happens worth reporting we get the Ami lirafdcufown.

expect her to go away, and she did not further well as his manners, were, changed. The Leave Mt. PleasantILO(1)w. )particulars' whether it happens in Brooklynor and every Monday ami] Thursday at 4W:
two, moreover, showed such affection for in Hok 1I1Ir:!. for
understand her loss. Arrive i ChattaTllivor.I ..11.50 I.III. p. in.
one another that everybody, in the villagewas ; .) ____.-= In polities we have decided opinions ; and
This was how the smith when our !story won to admire it. John, in course. of -- --- -- ------ --- are accustomed to express them in language Piinlu ItnNNii and Key "'(,,.t.

opened, though unmarried and likely to remain time, wnias! much respected for bringing up) OOIXO WEST; -BT. M.UIKS DIVISION'. that can bo uIIIerotooll.0] say what we
: SO. came to have: a little girl beneath Hill if the ( Tuedayft 7'/w/'sd"y.1111111 think about and That
Etty as doing of it had been Saturdays.) men events habit istlmunlvsecret Connections made at Cedar Key with th
hiroof.. On the doctor examining her it '
proved that though little Esther had not some irksomeness steadily got through from Leave! Tallatinraec: ...........,;,.....,... O.oOn.m. of (the S.", political course.:\ f Florida( Transit Railroad f'l.h mHl to ahjiofffts

oroken a limb she had seriously injured her solemn obligatiollillstl'alt! of having been Leave Chatfcihoochee...................10.10\ a.In. The Weekly &: m gathers uto eight; pagesthe North and} West ; at lassa with

Lip I Rest and new growth the surgeon said as it of was it.As ,. tho pleasure of his. life at everystep Arrive St. .:Marks........ .................10.:5. ;: n.lIl. An best AgrieuItural'Departrhcjit multl'r fIr )the seven dally rnjcqualcd issues'' ; Steamer for Fort Myers l'1'A.1} ( and

only could work the cure, and by his orders == ==.:::: ===-:=.:::.: ---- ..= Pine Level.
; '
she grew up, Etty even won Miss merit full market ; and a liberal
upon reports proportion Tickets
l> had lie the the are on sale at Fenian-
tv to day through upon\ GOING : Through
: whose IAST.
Ray, tracts from
t that date were less of literary, cl1tificund, domestic intelligence -
hit Ic bed which John Stimson: had l set for Jacksonville, 0'aine.sVille. and Cedar
: : up llna
Ilti.lluilY"dcctl'l1. Do you know, Esther Leave Cliatta River.... 1.30: a.m. complete'' the Weekly I ,'illlanl at .
lic-r in the room of his cottage nearest to the dear" years after said that lady, her hair in Leave Chattahoochee... ,I.m: a.m. make It the hest newspaper for the farmer's1101I00cllIIl,1 gr'ut the reduced rnc for nil prlnci}
t'"i Gulf (
But bur her mother
> temper as said the! interim having become quite gray ami Leave Mt.: Pleasant..... 3.15 Wan that was ever printed. pallUlltS
wof the and she J. M.
sweetest was not lonjj Oen'lAg't
somehowtanking her much leis plain'"' do -- '- Who does not know and read! the G.\LI'IIX. ,
'1..(ft, Leave Quincy, andlike. !,
alone } 5.52a.m.
; at the finish of every job of work : > Key Fla.MARY'S .
you know that I once said: to old] !; Sunday S/llt, each number of vrhlelj
Stephen: tk.l1
John was sure to step in from the forge, and I Hicks who has been Leave. _Midway 1 ...... ( 1 a.m. ; -- -
so long; in his grave, : __ Goloonda of Interesting literatnrcwlH! the
the, two hud one of their games together.; poor man, that 1 feared you would be the Arr1\.o'l'allahasee.: ...... 7..ttTTuTi.: Lest poetry of the day, prose every' line ; S' iiVjil-: r%
Thru (
for Ix'twecu-times she had the ralltlt
ruin r.f )Ir. Stimson. But I don't hesitate Leave_. Tallahassee...,... rt.no a.m... 'worth riuding<< news, Jinmor-mattorenhughto
' doll\ ever in the villain' John had -
wen : ; to admit ----- -" ------ AC'ICirr:
: that I )
now was mMuken. LcaveChalres' Jill I n good-slxed hook, and infinitely more I Stat
HI -ile a special: : pilgrimage to tho country There s..1:1|: a.lIl. I __ (10JI-\X":
was no need
whatever l'111H1l1
Miss than
tuivn tu buv it. In the matter of ribbon, asM Ray 'lhollt.lllC-itate why LeoveJoyd's. !)'.II. n.nl: 'ur entertaining any hook bur
to make admission'
this ---------- or littlo'fIf
1Ha said, he hud, been positively, ext for when a man who began/ life \ ,' I tx-ave l:Monticcllo........ {'JJHOa.m. our idea of what] a should
r. f.: t luunl: : Nor wa.s this all. The fact of thovplid [ newspaper
smith Leave Drifton .
turns himself) iut-i a nnakeroPagrieut 11. 15 tau be pleases sun send for th( HUrl. / A
< '" alone in
drll.\'ill the smith's front
left tural implements' his forge beeominc a factory I.'a;( vocil ....Jii.IUulati: ; Our terms are as follows : :.. .-cF i _
I- ?mil, imw without parents, \but with so
he cannot fairly be said to be ruined in Leave (l For tho fuur- .
-'i reenville.lu3.a.gt.: l"uly Slut a age sheet] of "
uigelv substitute for them made
picked a __ _...
any ordinary meaning of the ...
term. This --- -'-"-- .L.1..1'110 twenty-eight (columns the price hIlIliI.
her surprisingly interesting to everybody.! Madisoi: .11.-10 NTIA.MIK: : .IIAHTH.
was what had. happened to John Stim- a tn, postpaid is M; cents ,
: a month or $0.50 a
Boih the children and the grownup inhabitants / Leave )Ellaville...... ...12.5-5 p.nl... :
found their way to the window sometime son, or, as hei.how spoken of, :\11'. Stimson. > 0.30a.m. year : or, including the Sunday paper, aneijihtpugw Captain RICJIARIMO.V.MIWEEKLY .

during the day to look in on her. She, He is s-tUlimJiwarricd'. however, and more Leave Custer......... l.22p.iTT: ; sheet of fifty-six columns, Abe -
somehow, seemed'now to belong to the than eve {Cnt D' now to remain so, for Arrive Live Oak....,.,... 1.401'.111. price is: 05 cents a month or $7.70 a year,
whole village ; it being c\'IJ'hoIIY'liltuty to his whenever tliq topic{ is mentioned ho shakes Leave Live Oak... 2.10 p.m. pontage paid : J S l1 VICE.->
beads no longer as brown as it once was, Tho Sunday edition of the Sun is also -
"lilt at her and cheer her. If when .' leave IIolJ : fur'Wished
any and says :. ........... 2.32 p.m.
"111' knew that Etty wags sleeping, the dlill- "I know there Lcave'elborn: ;........,.. 3.J1) separately for. $1.20: u year, postage! The Flora leavcs'Fcrnandina: f. '.
must be marrying liy __ 1'.111.
some h __ paid < I landings \\'ctlnestlny
"i-i-n were the a- Monday.
uuisy on they were HieI' every
i-hccked at once, that she green might not be. disturbed. body, or the worl'ollid not pet along; but Arrive Luke CUyT........ :3.45 junGOIXO i. .. The price of the\ JI'ftHy Sun, eight page, I-riday returning on Tuesday, Tlmrilav -
a family came to me without the trouble flfty-eix ] I In
columns $1
of ) F.MIT-HT. M.tItKS IJJJ N.Tuertlaya a year, post-paid. and Saturday.
wedding. Etty will have to marry for for cJubi'of ten sending $10 will send The Martha
John Stimson was not long in doing more me." ( Thrn rdtyawut'$455rfaya.X we leaves Fernandina for same
than get back hU former light-heartednesY ; It is \-f;rlj yt extra copy free. points every; Tuesday, Thursday) and Batur
the dead woman's gift tilled the void in his 1 understood the that she will shortly do iAuve Ft. Marks ,.u..........12.0..") a.lg ,*f Addrii I. W. ENGLAND) day-returning every Monday, "'cdn da1

heart. little Esther; became the joy of his so. In-coming wife of the junior partner LeaseVakulla.......... .....*............12JWA.nl. Publisher! and Friday. .
who is
t succeed
life. Hu quite vanished from the Red: Lion A red brick" mansion to ,Lawyer,'cn'little Ray'smaller business.", than, ArrIVoTallahassce................,:,...... 1.9Upau.\ 52 :New York City.

and the work at the forge had never been Mr. is Through ItlllM or fluting
Ray own,
on the east side of "
t-miiil out in such quantity and so promptly the village green and certain I: '. GON I'C'1'IOXS. H13VN. IMItLOIt KIISTAUUAXT: ,

and well. But always, when the hammer being built fur Mr. John Stimson rooms, who In it is!are to noth.-East; : anti West hound trains meet at "'*! by lIAI.OHY'S LINK of Steamers to ul)'

'ea.--d I than ringiiv or the bi-ll.iws grew quiet for give up! hU house in the factory yard to lib Live Oak and connect with ::15 train on,ftuivuiinali .1- Between Centre and AlaiJhia, *) Mary's.
MI minute. :
nc a Etty tiny voicejriid
manager., Florida Western Railroad I far t. >
r, .. tinihed from be inner r
, I wait )"-'a. Very Big. was the gentle Mon.>y SiutMl I* Money Miulo II Passenger! fur Clint tuhrxichee River Boats : : FLORIDA., .,

:)' tonnect with fcteamcr 1t-'I': ('(" Evcrinhaiii: ; .. made with tho New York, Charleston. nom
.Hasit grown any ? was the next re- Pn'u.sJYOUn ENGINES: FROM every Thursday for *'palacldcola) Fla.. and Savannah Steamers '
. .
> :k. a* th.- smith quickly appeared at the "' on a 10 IIfJ1e.11);
every Saturday for Columbus Ga.
I and Eu-:
I Lit"ttk on a 20 Horse, and hew. on a 30 IIon. -1'uw- I fanla) Ala.COJIIHctlf. rl''ntJmov.l 0001). ACCOMMOELVTIoSin'
(1"11"( er Engine.: Send! for HAVING ; fitted ui> .
h.tit tirin
-uteu ;; wtu gone our \prices before pur- with steamer n. Qunby Jordan I O ROOMS I f
u.ii; .I rt -:1.! f >r the tluui,&ii.hth timei i basinEngines; Gins, Prv'';es, Saw and every Sunday for Apalldnlla) J.'la. and to furnish! meaU at all hours prepared for }'Iujr.. ExcursionWs( cult Too _stn
, I i- .j i i.;. .' .i tttukt-lM-liere j.iUt- b--twtt-ii theY (Sri ;t Mills.\ Threshers, or any kind of Machinery. every fuewlay fur Colmubiu, amid Kufaula, the bet style und ut gotten un in will ti.1 a very attra< Mvt! < trip, aah\

> -IMI.US Ktty's little lund war ,l:1'U\\'lno: We are Manufacturer*' .\gents, Ala.r' is grunt], and allL and other
>tin --lulh..tau.Uur; be two were and guarantee satisfaction; in quality and Connects at Lake itt with trains game are abundant. N1 _

;i< .!1.,> I.) IK of the MIIM Izr.. 11 iNI1t.Jr. price. WALKER: & LOL'D.No. Florida i'vHtrul 1ltilroa.4for Jacksonville 011 the ?& EXTIt1MELYLO11'_ WCE3.-ft: .#0* Either: of the above can b
ttmt ,
r> n '11' iterr:-nnte'ltrttt-distributing U5 Meeting street: Wtl *IUnear anti St. John IUvr, Fernandina and for excursion i>irti
.. C\ilar cu.rt'J.t
\u-'." ,1) "'\1' of .h, .. Ia\.j-h! al cowt' arleston!, Hotel.! (Charte-tim! 8. r. Ke)'. WILLIAM O. AMKS:. I puaranU-o to suit the taste of tho U1u..tI lor fwta"r information AUalU'
0-1":1 1L:l11.,1 ,'if -I fta pttlk fi stidloiu
.nun,; April 0, US1 !m, General J'a '':If'r ,!!I'nT. \I:35 epicure trial U nil I ask. JOIN rtKIfA'l'IIB : O .
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FLORIDA. Mnmoit. It will be observed that the ordinance\ establi IMl'AIiTIAL I
JVlinS"GVlTiA V'S mules !hauling them, ns well ns hire of hands I WASIIJ.vGTO.Y,

r -..---.'.-". ..... -- -.-----. -.", ! year ; no duties arc aligned, or limitation hardly. for pulling the rails: in I position. ;;;;
a.mV./U r. XOVEMllMl. M, IS81, ecms )possible to empanel a jury I Tim STATE! BEYOM: I'OTOM "
I - upon his leisure made., It is a deliberatevoting in the, case of (Juiteau, the members of Fences arc very expensive, and a majorityof UA n' r- ; 1'.
them In\UTlm"
arc wholly unnecessary. The lat : KX-CXBIXHT nnll'rnI' : .
i 1'111; SALAltr (I' Jr.1 roWe /:. of salary of &!tno} )per annum for nil which shall not have f.rlllctlor exprc ed moans places the expense for building; nnd : PIIAM f'OOI.EIt\-TIII: i IVHERVICK :!,

have hitherto lefrnined" from any adverse I future time, unless the Council are cmboldened an opinion. It i is diflicult to suppose' that repairing farm: fences during 1870 in eleven : "",1'

; t critir-Nm! upon' the City Council In by the f1H'! <:ess of this movement to there is a person! in (the t'nited( States, who is Suuthchrnstatcsat@tyil.i.-64:1' : 1 '; \ :)Jj\'h\ ('ounl\"'!! Tuft lU.MNK; :, J\Mts!4 ANIHUNT ;:|
{ of these thirteen millions of dollars ; juvi POXB.
fart it may l he> said that ns n rule its opcrai still further increase it, which i is not improb) able to read, who has not formed and probably !,proportion would bo enough to buy e'crl'OW, To the, Editor of the Mirror :

i lion were not noticeable. At the spring able.The expressed! ) on opinion in reference this sheep and hog:: within her border? Instead \\'A 'Ili.;; November
n 1 ,: ('lor.tion the Oo\ernor. upon, the statement justification of this appropriation of atrocious crime. of continuing I to fence large, firm, Jet us To.1 ]12,1 lxs)

!, ;'r! of facts r/l1lre,1 i! hy the act of the Legidatuie the tax-payers') money is placed, upon (the The world,) has! greatly changed since the fence the pastures! only, and tll'reba'e From Washington we look across (till'j,, |1', .,
w this: great: annual outlay of menevnno1) ruinous mac upon the hills Virginia.) Viimn,
had one of our l1\r-t worthy ground-lir.t, that the Council I have recently recent- old] : law ,
p ; appointed\ English was established that jurors waste! of t IIIII,'c r, Will not the intelligent named. from the virgin Queen \1it, ,
r. ritucns to Lie!! office of Mayor. The obi l imposed) upon) the :Mayor the e.xtraordi must not have formed. or expressed in* opinion farmers!4 of Howard[ ]Uutland, Hazard] eldest and! ::: '
moot of
;' W Council ignoring the action of the Governor I nary duty of making a full showing of the in reference to the case! they were called,I II. Warrior, lust]: : Macon, Sodfrey( ; and Vine- majestic the colonial; .
m I \ille districts get a petition; tcihood. Hut yesterday, on her hiv. ,
:+! amt. the net of the ]legislature i: appointed nn bonded, and floating indebtedness of the t.) try. The essence of the !system was nn our ordinary order up nn election on requesting the subject *and, was celebrated the event !that ( "

ti ,.1 i election fur city officers, and the present Inv city and putting before the )people a plait' impartial tribunal. If a juror had read the of no'fence," to be held before Christmas a--I ii,: :

i, <'umbcnts received the votes of their t11lhet and practical plan for 'rjlIIUsuth; indebtcdncss. evidence] or been present! at the examinationhe ? We cannot have: a more suitahle or our independent' nationality, nnd prdj, .'
time for this election. the brightest and most wonderful book
propitious Let
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gi t rents only, mostly:: of the colored rare, the must almost necessarily have formed and I us notdelay in
: until our farming lands, lie out uncultivated the annals of peoples. To-day, Virginia ,
: j confidence in t the It seems to us very clearly the duty of [tile expressed! either for ; ::1.;
r i iJ eouseryativevotcrhaving! ; an opinion' or against t for want of timber or means to keep humiliated and debauched, '
t: r1 notion of the Governor, not participating( ;: in Clerk and Treasurer to be! able at all times t tl) the accused It was not diflicult in there! them fenced.. Let the general good be considered iveariulrsorrow's ; >
exhibit full showing of (the indebtednessof < ,: the election. The :Mayor mid Council chosen a days to find jurors who had not formed an
nail decision in favor of VOW, and her obligations
: the "nofence"law.1' repudiated T'i.',,
.- bv this c*.)"trte election did! not (in any rev the city. Thfaindtbtcdnevj' must! t nccesI opinion Intelligence traveled slowly ; 1:. !>? iiiMacon Tilefffajih. hills of Virginia look the
across!! Potnn,, ,
(o-prctreprrstntthe l'ropeJ'ty owners or the intelligence I sarily consist; of bonds and. warrants duly newspapers were few and seldom i issued:! of- I 1
Washington with its !.
of the community., a matter If registered.! If the Cleik and Treasurer is unable \truer than once a week Examinations AT IT AGAIX. upon marble Cajnti"

j fact the tic-tor* of the present municipal) to do this, his olh'ce must: be in a singular were; conducted\ somewhat privately al\tllhe The Economist f, commenting on the report' the White House and the T1't'u.ur ,III'r r t1:
United !States: in these ,
i hody erc "taxpaycry"hutboan, insignificant { condition.At community generally simply knew that a of Disston's) sale of lX"KiO, )( ,( ) acres at $1 per ; see tliecau-< nf oj! -.
and ruin of the
\ extent all events the duty would seem to be avery crime had been committed and perhaps that acre, aid : Not a bad, trade for 1)isston-a grace once beautiful .UP'chaste. !>'!

I Notwithstanding, (the fact of this one-sided slight one for, any one to )perform, am some one'was accused: of having committed terribly bad one for the State of Florida, In the Capitol, of the United, tat

election, we should,I, nevertheless, he glad togive ought to be easily )performed, in twenty- it. selling to him at '-'."> cents per aero -1,000,000 senators conspired p and leagued with ",<'Jnpo..tate

the :1ayerand[ 1 Council! credit. if they had four !hours' by a competent! accountant.' Now the( .daily paper'ith its zealous and acres of land" Virginian Two Presidents, of Hi,'
United, States executed the
'I, ,show a ,le-ire to advance, the interests and Xext, (lie, Mayor is i out of his )profound. persevering reporter, I finds out every {incident Whereupon the rioridinn says : Very pact' of cousincy ,I".
and the
i, t tL \prosperity the city, Since their induction, financial !skill and' tvisdon, ,, to put before the of crime the, moment it is committed soon the whole )pack, Tracy, Blanche and through Treasury, everyta.t-

.( into ofllce they have: never rendered' any people a plain and p practical )plan for nfumliny [- livery detail with the1 minutest circumstances: ( Sweetheart, will join in the cry, but we hope payer in the United States ofAumericabahlr/ ,

L t. account to the public of their receipts or expenditures. fuck/ inilditfiliitti.We ,,, i is:! given to the public Not on one day only, Governor Uloxham and :Mr. I Dis&ton> will colons, has )been made accessory to the crime

( They have occasionally published are not quite sure what this means but for days and weeks, the public is made survive it." And againVe: :shall not he In all the bitterness of her degradation.,

r ordinances, but seldom, any of their We know what paying an indebtedness familiar with every circumstance and incident at all surprised, however, at any assault! Virginia has the wretched consolation' (that

I proceeding"' The[ city i h largely debt, but means, but that is clearly not contemplated" ; the illustrated::< papers give a picture these parties may make on our present :State her shame, was compassed not alone by traitorous

have ,, far The action of the Council instead of administration, ns their is settled son, but by the Senate of the United
they / ,0 as we know, adopted no contemplating of the criminal, his past: history: l\Iullife arc purpose

r i, measures to )pay off the. debt in whole or in paying the indebtedness. ::!! looksto exposed and made public ; the telegraph carries and fixed to fight it to the last! man and the States, by two Presidents of the United

ij"' part The powers' of the board. seem to havebeen increasing it at ]least $7iK per year We it to the most distant part of the country last ditch, even if it takes nil summer.." States, and by the Treasury of the United,

concentrated ill the hands of two of its also think we know what funding the indebtedness and, the whole people are familiarized mlnntucnm We pectfully suggest! that the Floridianis States

; ,j. ? officers, the :Mayor and Clerk, the latter olfij Means \\'e have halo, good deal with the subject. It is a part of the not wise in making an approval of the If there is an honest taxpayer in the

a0f q j! K ccr 'being also Treasurer and) Collector, assessing of experience in Florida in this matter of news of the day, is discussed on the street, in Dfoston i sale a test of the support of a Democratic Union, let him reflect that the money lie

I : then collecting: funds as Treasurer, having large amount of scrip }put in circulation the market, in the factory, in the workshop, State a''Il11i n btrntion. The policy, or paid into the national treasury has passed

f and then as Clerk, drawing warrants upon in such 1 volume as to cause great depreciation and in the household. How then is it possible impolicy of the sale' .the piicc obtained, through the hands of government employe's'

I himself.! Ceitninly a very loose mode of ; then bought up by speculators ; to /find twelve intelligent men to sit on a jury etc, are legitimate subjects of criticism. The into the corruption fund, Mahone., If

71 .: I I procedure.At and then a funding act and the accumulated who have not formed or expressed an opinion people at large, irrespective! of politics, have there is a man in the United<< States who n--

:I the time the present: Council went. into scrip put out on a cash valuation of perhaps in any case which has excited public interest entertained ami expressed. different opinions members" the legend of civil service reform

I office the established salary, which for many fifty cents on the dollar, funded and required, ? And how much more so in a case upon this subject We must confess to surprise honored" with the lips of tho p party of

; !: : year had been paid' the Mayor: was $:'JOO per to be paid to the holders( dollar for dollar like that of fluiteau's, when the victim was as to the tone taken by the Floridian moral ideas, let him{ know that hundredsof ,

tJ.f year, and the fees acciuing upon cases tried with interest. the President of the United States, when it i relative to such discussions. experienced. and faithful postmasters were

: before him,. All previous mayors had been It'rlay, I' this: is the proposed 1 scheme which is diflicult) to suppose that a single man exists OUR MAIL VACILITIKS. removed from their offices Virginia l Ioy
: Presidents Garfield and Arthur in '
: ; satisfied::< with this coupon' sttion. The city will require addition of $700) per annum i who has not formed and expressed an compliance
The establishment ,
of a fast; mail between with the with :Mahone.
I was largely in debt, and there seemed! a neeasily to the :Mayor's salary to incubate. But the opinion ns to the guilt or innocence of the this city and New York, which will enable pact

L4. l ( for reducing expenses" instead! of increasing apology says he is to put' forth to the people a prisoner.To our merchants! and business men to receive A PIsC.RL'XTLKI }:\- .\ IStT OFFICTU.

\i i'k thou, There were no extraordinary plan t to rf uulow, rfr coin/ / has two mean- find! twelve men who have not formed their letters and reply to them tho same Perhaps the most thoroughly disappointed
'ki day, has long! been nn object desired mill Hunthorne would b
i greatly as say, ntnr!
'i "erviee-s (lo bo: performed., The city enjoyed ings-one of which i is! t to pay ,back the others an eIou'11oIlI, it would be necessary to go to i and l the Central Railroad has always expressed hearted one" at tho
unusual health no great works of to fund over again : i. c., to ,fund again the lowest and least intelligent of ]human !' a willingness to put on a special : )presenttime

,1i; :, public improvement were going on, and the what\ has been already flln.1c.1.'c. arc not beings and select twelve of the most ignorant mail train between Augusta and Savannah is ex-Postmaster-icneral( T 'ner. It
for this ,, was he who first discovered tho star route
turpo e, provided the postal author-
city gave no external evidence, of the labor aware that the Mayor is a financial expert, men in the community to try a case demanding '
ities Washington{ would so arrange the villainy His great mistake was (that he did
1". of its oml' al". It was conspicuous) by the unless! this ordinance is evidence of it, and the highest intelligence in >'il.of schedule. of the fast mail trains that the
not turn the lights it, but concealed, it
absence of doing; nnj,tiling noticeable Hut we do not sec that the duties imposed under the character of the defence bet up. Northern mail could reach Augusta in time upon

nt last the, Council has girded up Its strength, this head require any increase of salary. It must soon bcQunto a question whether to enable it to he transported here at an early! in a napkin. In due time, the little patent
hour of the day on which it reached that reformer, Mr. James poking about in tile
., the mountain: has labored and produced an Hut the apologist: further gives as a reason the jury system! is of any further value in city. This the 'authorities !have so far not pigeon holes of the department discovered

I ordinance were going to say, but for of this fourfold increase of salary, the criminal: and with
i our prejudices! against: punning, a )/ard. 'fhe duty of snpenising; the repairing and improvement have attracted public interest, or, indeed, service, which will bo somewhat of an improvement Tyner's discovery, brass band accompaniment

public were not aware of the vast! labors of of Centre I street, from the river whether it is not greatly overrated in all upon the present facilities, is threw a flood of calciumsplendorupomtimewholebadhusiness.
about to be established by the Central. :< Now
(he :Mayor. His patriotism and devotion to to: the eastern boundary the city.." cases! as a means of securing a just: and Impartial The Richmond it;:; Danville Railroad: has, Tyner, driven by the angel James from: the

... duty\ must: he emphasized' by -well, as Mr.Micawbcr The distance be :snpervisecliswe should decision as our readers know, recently purchased the
Washington to Danville'a.. and there what he might have done and ]have
t On the :2Mb:! + of October an ordinance was 1. so far as we see, will be filling up a. MALARIA.Typhoid connects
with the Southern liix of that been the bitter bolus
sys rolling of
y I +" published, which, under, the fourth section few depressions t :: with an occasional, :: load, of fever has pre.ailC'l1'Crr extensively tem. 1'el'ntlthe: Central.litis.effected an disappointment

i : provides that the :Mayorshalh be allowed! costs shell. We should think the repairs could at the North dining the ]late summer arrangement: \with the Richmond it;:; Danville under his tongue, and impotcntly:

sa. : to,be collected from the guilty parties tried before bo made in less: tlwin a week, and us the City months. It has generally been attributed to by which the.mail .which leaves New planning revenge.
I York fit !0, )p. m. will reach this city-by special Apropos of James! I am told by those who
:. him, and, further provides that ho shall :Marshal roccives-: (,<]$ per year, we should; malaria although it has been quite prevalent mail train-by 12:40: in theafternoon/ or around him and who
1 1. :. receive :also a salary of nine hundred ($!tn)0)>) Buppuse the duty m ll'ery well be im and fatal in the, vicinity of supposed in about thirty-seven\ and a half hours from arc intimately know

\11! .dollars per' annum,' payable: in scrip, and pOsl.'Il.upulI him, or on one of the idle policemen healthy summer resorts as elsewhere.: the time of leaving New York, and the re- him, that he is really the greatest humbug; I
\t, f f. at same\ (time as salaries paid to city clerk : From the statenientsoftime turn mail for the North will leave this city who ever spun fame for himself, or tried to,
{ gull treasurer, marshal and )lolie '." who adorn our corners priis.weshould! via Augusta: at 4:40: the same afternoon. climb up in the world on the suspenders' of
.t( The indign'\! .itSon lI1\nlflisll'llln the community The' apology, we are constrained to 'say, judge that it has been far healthier at the present the mails are received via Charlestonat

ii",f ,. bv this increase of the salary of leaves, tho post ion of the Council in a: worse South than at the North this, summer. The 11:35: : a. m., and leave for the North at 4:15p. : other men. They say, he really knows;: nothing

Mayor from :Jjou:: to $! :)(), has brought ont IInnl condition than before. A weak dt'fl'lIel.ls long, continued dry weather has doubtless min.By this arrangement, therefore, while about business or public affairs, ami
'. : ( lllgy, published the Union of tho 13th; the interval\ between the arrival and departure that, for all the eclat he has gained in this
That( not be charged with more damaging than l silence. The community injuriously afiected tho water supply, and
I we may: : injustice, of the Northern mails will be about the star route business, he is indebted to the advice
I. we1 append tlw apology as follows : W,":. i i\too, inU-lligcnt to deceived by such he: gases generated in sewers' closets, same, still our merchants will he afforded a ,

I .. d* 'tI1S.'SII'S.\' FI.\", Xov/ ..; n jveuk apology, and too wise to allow the etc, always create! discas*: inv' crowded double opportunity for transmitting their and to the work of an almost unknown I
t f Tit the. KUfrMf' / the Union correspondence to the Northern cities. This employe1 in the post t-omce department. I
: sit
twain* of the tit} tv remajn': in such hands Copulations, whether a city crowded
.\t a recent incvtinnot'lho City Council an advantage they will appreciate, and the It is expected that all the members, of the
linance was patsed: increasing t ho;salary if.( it can be avoided. hotel in the countr. The greater dryness tral road deserves credit for its efforts to cen-j Cabinet will have the I
retired before
\ ol the M iyur trainJJOO to S'JOO) per of our Florida climate; and the prevalence of mid to our mail facilities. present
j Thhnctiori{ caused'much There will, however, soon he afforded 15th of December, but the work they ]have
I I, comment on the Till;-IttaSlY Will': the Atlantic and Gulf breezes account for a
: : ; "tl''l't.4. and, is "i-everely criticized in tho tit- the healthfulness of line opportunity to our citizens to secure done for the principled of civil! service reform a
In criticism genural our peninsular!
a upon paragraph in the } I)
t't l>i-esa today, it being claimed that there is no still better mail advantages. present the will live after them The Secretary of
j' good 1',1"tmor, the change, and that capable fiainesvillotoon.. the subject of taxes, the Mate With the observance. the ordinary regular; mail leaves New York at'J! p. m., but
'r' men conld bo found, in the city who }'lIl1I1'1'LSAIft 't.' ys. rules, of health, tout some wire in reference there is a mail devoted exclusively to newspapers State has placed his son in one of the highest

i ; \ould perform the duties of Mayor at much if (UP?*true that tho tax "hurt\t'l in exposure to heavy dews and night air, the which leaves that city at 4 a. m. This and best:: paid places in the department
: k, loss: salary than: the amount allowed by tho Alach i\' is in the main \ i of mail overtakes tho !Op. m, train of thc evening The Postm aster-General has made his son- ri
Florida should bo
county cd 1 health
to average (n exceptionally i
before and transfers its
new ordinance.'ith view of mail to that
I ; a ascertaining ..jftnleCllon1'e what in-law of New York nail
UII"lebt postmaster
!, what I fc'n und! if tiny existed for the in pll l is :* connection good. train, and so both reach Augusta at the samo city I
t hero between
('ren'c.0111'' correspondent obtained tho following constitutional ..amendmcnt'ill that matter and a, 'Oo hour. The authorities of the Central are the Secretary of the XUhas placed thr w

; i !statement! from a member of the : ? On our.eseemed XO-FEfCK L.t ll: very desirous: of arranging i with the PostOt1ice of }his sons on the permanent pay-rolls\
explain examin
; Council, which bo considered authoritative Department: for the I 9 p. m. train from that e
may department. Pity must a1it
ing the tax-books of the they resign,
; : county it is not dif The no-fence tionis ;
agitating u
many New York to inako the
; : and' explains the causes that I led to same time all the
j l ficult to see where the shoe lolnches.1'bile' of the qUit and is through is were in the morning of their administration :I
adoption of the new ordinance : the State portions h. occasionally way as : now made by the newspa-!
: is
;. Uvcry: .iVninistralion! of the past !six or n better: tax rC'lIuetem higher th:1nlt the would be with mooted in this Stati> T>e largo areas of vacant l per mail train until it transfers its mails to where their usefulness to their families

j' '. seven., years has "Ilellt time, labor, and the Alachua are just IIO'W daggering, people under of a land giving! a precarious- but !still! possa- I time !Op. m. train of the previous evening. is just beginning to be felt.
; people'money on fruitless attempts to If this i is done the Central will arrange to
t 4 ji, "restore: the finances, of tho city to a healthy tax load for of ('011111t"es. Last year the whole hole pasturage, and the apparent interests of transport!! the mails to this:jity( titan early JECO.VOJ/r.
s '.F condition. The present administration has county puri>osos (proper.\ !MhoolYmdMMxinl a large number of settlers who raise a few hour in the morning, AncJeUspatch{' }!! : a JA MIND WORK. .
}:?'; recently imposed( : upon its Mayor the extraordinary ,) was eight and a half mills, while special. train North with.. tlen'at' o'clockof (The I JCaniaa Farmer says economy of tinw.s
'. t his year it is fifteen mills, six mills of tho cattle will make !it verydificut! { to obiain f
Yt ; duty\ of making a full showing of ncrease the evening of tho sameUji.\ : .;This, it an element in a successful life which we
a the boudod( and. iKutiu-: indebtedness; : of (hecity J having been made Ih'l.'l'So\n. bvitdgmunts uch a law. In oyr 'neighboring state of \\,1111'0 readily seen, wilt,If carried ont be are all prone to o'erlook.1)(1' in nothing

I 1 ; ofpreparing and putting before the j t against that't'1 the county. it n'tthij'hlh ; (Jeorgi.tthe, subject t lias been remitted to the of decided advantage to ourpierclianta! and are the stray moments more important: thai 1

,: : ,jK-ople a .pal.i! and pr:1'til'allllun( for fl'fill hi. and: how; is tax: a constitutional ri"oito complaint. icople Milder a local option, allowing each business: men, and the opportunity secure in securing a w ell-furnishal:: mind Man:
t (!n;: Mick \mdcbted.iiand. ; also! the further I convention to this change \ 'iIl.be. otferetl our community attempt to excuse:, their iiii<>riim-i> of Uu 1,
reined it?
countuei vote for itselt's an evidence of
t tt niuy oi p'is. m i i : s.torrvlaugthe: repairing; ; o>i or about the l.>tli inst. At that date the current events of the day, Jth'e! bimpU-t l ;' 1 2
e l I and improvcitu-.i Centre 1 street, from the The, t'lori'tliin does not 1"um deep( enough" t the progress ofLtJiemovement.there, we npr ,PoMmnster-Oeneral m ami the G!eneral :Super principles of science by setting up a claim

river to t.u: eastern, boundary of the citv. into the subject. County debts are made by r I'lind tit! following.! from the Macon Tel intendent of the Railroad Mail Service will that they have no time to acquire such

-, These are services which require} intcllt*'j county" olllt' ;lls, who! derive their oflicV !lfflp4"> Visit this city' on business, and if a committee knowledge. It is a mistake, however, to assume
I. gc'iico and nrat'tical \badness i l experience, tfie frond : : of our proihment citizens, most interested in that those following even the most exacting -
qualities\ { { : nut available except fora monovconsideration. For thertnnt services the ( overnor. Tlu-v have absolute control counties "of Troup and Spalding! the desired change in the running of the hausting labor, cannot beceime reasonaW1-' )
the City Council to : finances voted. in favonrtf, the no-fence or stock law Northern mail trains it accomplished. well info 'lllt'll. Hut to do tut1st f
lla- may
1 propose pay Mayor OUT of the county and they are so they
several hundred and 1 :
Icy about $:>tn i in city warrants, in addition by majority We merely mention this fact and throw out ee-onomize, time.l'ruhably .
>on iblo to no one Has the Putnam had the law for their 1ml t
l I to the !',tl'tor) heretofore paid the rcsj) fW'JYuuever passed the suggestion, feeling sure that all who feel among no class of people -
thaeltv; As these. duties are made huperu known a county commissioner l rembvcd( counties by legislative enactment upon petition the need of the improvement will heartily there better opjiortunity to apply ('COIOIU'in I ml mlI

/ I tive, t.id: payment ought! in ju"tlc0 bom because he assisted creating county debt of the proiH.-rty holders. Cowvta Hen- aid the railroad authorities! in effecting its this respect| than the farmer. Now. tlm' ,
x .i is l available and elerinite, and Jvockdale and Campbell counties hauall con 1I111 mntion.-.i.:,,,,,fIh"e'fl.. the long winter
a 1 city warrants Hut let the county commissioner be elected voted the law and evenings, draw near, eat
in favor to-fcnce
\'If ,
: being worth about two thirds of I household should .,,"
theirlace lay a plan for tht
by and bo amenable to the people, and the price of lands': in each countyhas advanced II
responsibility The hours
it would tho which will
require otherwise
juiyment of $..5pl'r I slip by mug>
month in warrants: duriiur,! the live will be fixed somewhere.We 25 per cent., and more, In consejiie'nce. To till Kilit'tf nf the JJlrrnr: proved. A course of reading, carcfull ,*
l: ariluItUI".11l'OIU1t in Geor-
months: remaining; in Mr. Haley!4 s term top lICl'i.U convention, among other gia' will tinallv Uvery adopt; this:: sensible) law, butu1y l'F.US.\XC'lS.\.\., November 12. IS,1. let-ttcl and diligently pursued around th'>
the $3nO.: ) liresiJe{ will)
:iv' : things, to l put an end to our present irresponsible will fail hlu so until it is too late to In \'il'of the recent action of the Ive. make home much amore atlrol'
1henitiii recelhNrefureshuntsthus and'really
; increase the culture\ an.111I'
t"h.ItIIPlt. ;.-- jkiy. ut firs pcraunum,, 'v and objectionable{ system of np- \'lth\'littl"J.ibb retuwiningtiumberofauy''should value.the authorities hereby they gae away the tellcttual force of all who partidl'lh111.' 1 1II

',' IIP'I( mouth., frv'r>i November 1 < (pointing: county officers. :. best counties county of the State"keep", llce'i'h act I funds of the city would respectfully ask if besides yielding bountiful Immt-t! ii, "

:c : "' I SSI, to M.irehsfl1a; ,i......,...........$375.(>u in this ilUl"lrtlllnn\ttt'r., :Let lI\d.it speedily be done before i there i is not now an ordinance intellectual( realm, it will ]lead to tho'J-; +"'
: The Mime, ut SJ-Niwr:! annum............ 83.3A The llartow the forbidding studious habits, and give u fund of u+*'"'
: Inform-in p'lhlUhod I at lUr- aunual'wastc! of timber begins! city Hirer
any or employ front
Actual increase being information
am'unit of in 113)01'- e-n- which can be made un1 I.tl.tItIn
Halev' tlarv tow, I'oik c-miity, in timerunner pine! woods ,:\11..111the 1 erection of new fences and revpair al'll l, as an Individual the E..
compensation &n .>f 1,11 Let us: nave the forty cents in any contract practical affairs of Iife Hy all clean'
t r (consideration for extraordinary du ,: of l-'Wida. is:: one of the neatest and bctprimeJ JU.T hundred lines.) fur splitting the r.alls,81101 herein the city is concerned. Utilize the spare moment adding to yon med

fu>a 1Iu ll1J llll................................. l.rot of our State exchanges. I cost of Use and wear; and tear of wagons till'J J I SrSiC1:18EJ mental capital. It i U the best inve'ti'i'1'yuu : r
can possibly make.



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r fxrs rJ"V.i.YA'oir.; HEADQUARTERS::; FOR SSSS3:: :: ::; .\.\ NN xxininnn oooSS illUIlll XX XX PSdSSMl

,,-Hvt-d( anal indintiiotis editor of 11Ald18 Siu'i.\: ; JJ.U'IIBM: : OILS, : ,\.\.\ NNN NX Hit HH OOOOOSSrf IMI XXX XX SS
.i'?. '\, has : among I the. ; .", .\ HMKXTS..:: .\:>ill 1 I'AIITS. : .\.\ .\.\ NX' N XX' MH flit Of) 00 hltSSSSS :1 1U"! NX NNSES:
11' 1':,, t"r Leon cntultvfurldle I 1 years Is.:)-, I EGETAal r.; :; \,1.1 XX X XX HUDll 00 OOSSSAAAAAAXX XX X XX :SSSS3Ml :
Tyt4 THE: ]HOUSEHOLD( : : ) : : .
I that
Y and Las discovered!: Major \ XXXIMI! liB 00 00 :
". ". I, 'i*ilivwanl; on property\ appraised\ ; I at VSIC I L14p<1 j ; ?\;{ < \ : ('CHICAGO"\\\'ElmOiOlm; : :: : \ ''-', I I,1, \ taxes for the years :Mated; MM ,I Yf < 'ii&W,;, .,,n": Wsv: AANNN imnm! 000 mi mixx xx sssssMMMl
',,,;,re.'atCll only :*1KJJ}$, <>ra t fraction 1 Ai tiJf.l: .rweRpi :/ lady should examine: into the merits
'"'I : the $lix'0' ) worth of property J ji. .1,70: ; > of the 'quiet, light-running\ "lIorsKitoi.u'1; : \
,\rM.'l'yMioon,l I for taxes, and 1 says' : tr-t.V. rag, ..:','''',mw W before punbasing: It :Sewing; :'I1.'hll1lll1hor \('. .
he were living 110h'I\" under '. lielmuu'I'i'1'tlckery'l'nck l Folders,
:Suppose,::.,,. administration, c//llill1
,rIII.., were possessed of the bovean) unint 0:.If \..tit. f.I' ',lLW "".. ; YOllllg'l'Ihl'I" aril Magic
1101.. I'rtll'l'rtr : what I would,I be his I MX. \"") : ( 1tI;$ ) l'lattcrs'I'racingVItecls.1'apo; and Retail Houses.
:,.:' ni. for twelve months: ? .Ater riling has been In 'onlltnnt J$ ;, r;(< (4 ;Measures, ;Machine( Celts:
,in- calculation! which any one who > >v \" I'ull'I'rltc'ell'r: ; A Wilson\
.tMn: vrritthey: would be$2,3l2.2: \I: :! > use by the public : : I f nf$ Glasses; Mnish" Pads, dobbinand
than sixteen times as much as in -t% ; Wrenches ; Shuttles, P.obbins, Needles .
n., mort.111\11 lyls, for aver twenty ycars.A'; '*) /,;" :") Thread[ Cutters, Check and Feed :Springs, etc.Agent .
,7 1RKt' .. 'r.i.?- for F.? lliillorieh .V ('0'''' .
that '
'a ire inclined to the opinion' ournlrmporary and Is tho brat prepnration i i*","* '. --- -- -- ------ -
has made an error in his! cal- :(-.'.' -a .. Patterns'and: I Publications. Send yt-ur address .
,,'1oatintt\. According to his lall'II1l'.lIt. the ever ihvrntcil for liKSTOJlING 1 The for Catalogues and Metropolitan[ ; Fashion 1..
of Leon county are paying) up- Si hl'l'tfl'l'e.t .
1'1:1., : .ptyer.". ,,( tOO:: on every one thousand{ dol- OUAY HAIR TO 1TS5YOUTHFVIt ,I Stato E.: H.I :SCO: FIELD. I AM JJUYIXO COXTIXITALLY I/AIIOK: : QtTANTtTIR3 0V, GOODS SUCH AS

I ,I.ti m', perty owned by them.Ve know! COLOJi AND Assayer 12-: <>tn 'tt'tV.liaytit.Jacksonvillel'la.!
is onlylM mills, -- -- --
I I p."; it! the :State assessment: : and
I ,, uurelv the county' authorities are nut LU'E. Chemist 1).\' 'J\TS obtained f'JI'IH'W inventions:
; ",;,tn\i\/! tiri-nty-four mills for county pur-' JL -------- or for improvements in old
In this (Jefferson) county the entire It supplies the natural of Mass. ones Caveats, Infringements: Trade-Marks
l! Stet: county and \bond' ) aggregatesi ) fond and color to ho hair : and and all patent business! promptlv attended
i, .Mt\' mills! or $ tOO on e'N.IIIIC. thouI. glands without btatnlny the to. INVENTIONS 1 : THAT HAVE[ : ItEENRE.JKC'IT.D : FLOUR" GRITS MEAL CORN
1t,1, dollars worth of property owned by the skin. It will Inrroaso amithicken leadingPhysi : :\) may still, in most: cases: bo Patented l
f, nzen : and if :Major lay\\'ul'll\ now liv- i by us.: ? 'posile! the U. S. Patent -
the growth !i'l, ,<" and: in this county, and l returned! prn\er.\ ClanS tutee, and engaged in PATENT ItUSl-
|.\f the \'alllcnfiliUI). his entire tax would hair, prevent its blanching endorse EXCLUSIVELY:;:; : :[ we can secure pat-
|i ii. :'L4tl.OO: \ instead of$2'H2.20: : : : as the Kamclaims and falling: oil", und thus j: cuts in less time than those: who are remote
\, (,./ he would\ have to pay in !Leon AVERT BALDNESS t and I II fruit'a..hington.

I "mfV. V S recommend When [Inventors send model or sketch, HAY OATS EKED AND BRAN
But' oven at the reduction we make on S I it we make :search in t''o' Patent Oflico, and ,
Imr contemporary: figures, t the present rate I It cures Jtl'1lhllErup.:: advise:; as to its patentability free f charge.Correspondence .
Iiif taxation is: oppressive\ and when com- lions and DiintlruiT. As n I as a. confidential I ; fees: reasonable -
|l'arcll| with that of (tllt -lI'llllm{ days: is really HAIR IItESSING it 18 very I greattriumph ; and NO CHARGE\ ( UNLESS: : : PATENT -
Itititragccnis ; but it has, pcrhap, been made, desirable. giving tlio hair a : I IS: OHTAINED.We 1
necessary by the extravagance: and fraud of silken softness which ail I refer by permission to I the City Postmaster
light, \111':01: of, Republican"government, and I admire. It keeps thin head in medi. : and<< to the Superintendent of the
liiio;; continual; enforcement; of :a constitution clean, eivcL't and healthy !'ust-Ofite Money Order Division in Wash the Cargo and Car Load.
thai A'.igovernntent an cxpenBivo luxury I ill ton. 1'orstCClitl references, circular,service
| In probability, however Democratic I t terms, etc., address f fI
1'1110111:1811011: bo, able to remedy the evil.Mach _' t'r.r'C'.i .; : :.-,. ,.. Jfn,1, C. A, SNOW it CO.,
I ( has: already been accomplished in reJilacing ,"-'-.=-- :- ', ).-.. -' ...' 2-tf Opp.Patent Otllce, Washington, D.C. .
the rate of taxation During Gov.Steam's ;t. ) :O/ .
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:: administration we paid an aggro-; i" \,.\"\)" '""'":;::' : JXN''lnltn'IOXS IN J\XIX: '., '
".ate tax of:251!; mills on all we possessed-or.V 7 ". ,
'. JI 0 more on the $1,000 worth of property, Gf \ TUESDAY AFTERNOON: at three AM THUS KXAHLKD TO SELL TO

than wo do now, and yet the :State Treasury TcK1\ lls DYE I () lI'clnekO\'tolI'r( 12th:! tho undersigned
and its of in-
was always depleted, evidence r
much 'iatetl.-.llonii-
.tl'h\lne\ \ deprec
\-ello WHISKERStrill children, at the Lyceum Hall. Instructions
Constitution. I will bo gi'e1crN)' Tuesday and Friday r
Ihr. bnrd to IIUOITX or
chaniri" n afternoons.jfciT'Terms.
xt-Ojlcc Xottcr. BLACK: lit dlHcrc-tlon. n.lnIn/ ono for a course of 12 Lessons: $ I.MRS. DEALERS FAMILIES: EVERYBODY

Office) 'lIIrs-l-'roll1 8:00:( A. M. to GOO: P. M. preparation it is easily applied, and : p, U. LIVINGSTON[ ,
Money[ Orders and Registered Letters from Miss H. :
rO; <) A. M. to 1:00: 1'. M. ; and from 2:00: p. :M.D products n permanent color that will 1I.L1'ZELL.Teachers.

|. 3'iO: r. :r. Sundays 1'1'011110:30:: to 11-0:: A. lr, not wash oft. Miss ANNIE TUCKER, Pianist 40FOR
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Northern Mail-Arrives daily at 10:25: A. :M. SAM, <
Closes R P. HALL & CO NASHUA .-AT 1l l :- .
5:00: r. M. N, H, :
EXCHANGE( for improved city
I'ftm .Iftil- property :"
Sold by alt Dealers In Medldot Oil .
'01' points north of Savannah ,
only 1 (closes,; ............................10:00: A. :M.Ctilnr - ---- -------- SO ACRES: OF GOOD, RICH

l' / Key nnd Transit JtnilfiutilVrrives GET THE BEST. HAMMOCK LAND .

.. .................. ..................... 4:00: 1'. :M. on this Island l fifteen a'rl'S1111 .' cultiva,
'fuses.! ........ ......... ......... .............. 8:15: At M. WFBSTEjNEWUNABRIDCFp tion. For information; apply to < 1' ( VERY LOWEST PRICES.
, \\\'et\ FluridnVrrives EDITICVwrrN ++ b'. U. Hl'lIHER
) ....................................... 4:00: P. 111. 37 Mansion House.( ,
1 [loses. .................. ....................... 5:00: r. M.Jarkaoantille DICTION AIPUPPlfdlfNTt : .
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1t cold St. Johns I liverVrriVes -

1'I .....................10li5.M.:: 5:00: p. :M. l-ro't.'sdouul and HiiNluesM, lards
('!loses .........,............10:00: p. M. 5:00: I'. :M. If intend -- -- -- ------- -- .-.--- --.- -
I .S{. JTnr.'aatd Trailer's Hill .1n.il- you noino day to getWEBSTER'S 7'" W. IMTTORNEY .! .. It, .. ... .

1I [loses :\101\111\\8111\11 Thursdays. at 8:00: A, M. AT LAW,
1 .SV. Muni's, Gn., wily "DO IT: 1TOW."
Arrives Mondays[ and Thursdays at 8:00: A. 111.I FERNANDINA, FLA.
" Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30:: I'. M. THE NEW EDITION

,! I' "'cdn'silaysandSat'daysat9:00.t.rsloses : Contains over 118,003 Wore Special attention given to collecting.)(
Tmeday'sVednes(1ays: : Ollico over Horsey's Drug Store. 42-Om;
'I and at 1D28 Pacs, 3000 Encr vln n:, GENERAL
Fridays Saturdays 2:30: p. M. ---- ---- ----- MERCHANDISE
'! :S.tur.1'.1tr11DELL, 1'. M.jVoflce. Four Paces Colored Plates, UMI. n. c. iUYii! : ;:,

4600 X EW 1V.onns and IlIIiu/s .
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i Six months after the /first publication of Bio; :pliical DIctionary .

,J liis I notice. I will present to tho County of over: 9700 ICaraco.Th : CKXTUK ST., NEAR R.: It. DEI'OT,

ludgo of Nassau county my final nccoun't "mo 1.A-Cr.laii! t lets
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vouchers as administratrix of the Estate Iisii Dii'iiiiuivry. FLA.

, If Liberty killings, deceased! and ask for a Hm 3000 EIlj.ra\'lngllIl\rIYt1lrp .-1' \. ;.
|nal discharge; a.s such Administratrix, ..,,,tut many IIi any other ict'ry., .5i. Hay, Corn, Outs.JAJIKS r' N ,
school and family should hate it __ __ _
Il' GEMV lirMNis! Every t
Administratrix. caiiKtant reference. oo1.oli Jlc11'1'IN-; .,
l'I 1<'ernullinXo'mler: W, 18X1. GET THE STAinJAKD.
Salt rf \Yt1xtcr' iJ over 20 tlmptho CONTRACTOR i AND UUILDER: and 'CIIANIL
I ,. ", of any other; series ol ictilJllilri", RY.
Consumption Cured
i T he "hi hest authority of the Courts iu rTt Alachua Street, I.twl'en"l'IInd: and Third "-, .
I An old physician, retiring from active deflnition.-Chicl; Justice Waite .L ,
I' active, baying hud placed in his hands\ : by An almost universal authority la deck!. /l FERNANDINA: -
II ii East India missionary! the formula of a Ing tho meaning of words. ."..., FLA.: .
111'Ic'l'getaLle' for them l other DIfctionary hay been bought by ,f.' .,..>;" .,M: .
remedy speedy No Orders and estimates from 1.4e "
distance .
any State to supply its Schools. N :. a carefully ; .. ." ; ..
t e rrnianent cure of Consumption, llroncldtis, which nine-tenths uttatduhta.q: '., :2.3-tf nBAJ.JoI: ON ITJIIJI.LI': ..01 TIn MJrUOXDii
litarrh, Asthma, mill nil 1 hrllat and Lung Dictionary of tho of tho D ---- -- .. .:.... ..-- : AND TIIf1UVEILCAN\OT" ;
country are baser! -- -
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., U..lh'o..d"", I I JAVAXXAH, 1 I'LOIIIDA; ) .\: WKSTI'-ltX::; : : I (H: : lat.\: It 1 Ie 11'0: It"'. 1--- n1 1\ Jn: l'tJ' T\. .cpsor"l 71trea--'flnnnll5 PM1:

) __ -- I I I IIAILWAY.On I I (1n.h/ .IuJ./c-IL: D.) I Mari> +, Sanderson.! I Plant. '
IHtbl ..ltt'rI Slates Officers.I.VMl "' (9rk-1'.1. Pon, Sanderson.m'f (Jtdtcctor t!t Ilrrerlttr-1'reki.i, K '
flllMB: ( .\ IW) I (kala.S"prl'III"t"1.
ami aHer Sunday, .\lIg. 2. 11o1.\ l 1. l'.i"seiifier fit HIT. \lSI\'IIU:. /' );/ -I'. (1'. Herndon" Sanderson.! ; nf '

.\ OK Til K; Trains] on this road will run as follows lrgrxlr'-L. A. Parties, ( tlinerville.IrrC1'r'rJn1111 ; \ .Ixarsxnr nf Tufff-(ieorge) 1'. (Tanova, Sannf : 1.'tlt [ic'uy( rf118J.1 t

1.'l.omH.TIL( ) ) \ :OIT; KAILltOAD : )-'II..tInil.) ; .lauk'villc F. Kollins: ( !ainc!,ville.\ demo.idlrror. I lo COfXTY.County .
Daily, FiXprt": ....Surveyorirnrrnl Malaeld 1 I ;Martin, Tallahassee. : ( f'rll/lt'-Flemlllg/ Il. Smith( i ICF
PKXIXSULAK: I 1L1IL1 I : ).\1)}), Kxt-ipt: !Sunday.> I Daily.Loave ) :Sanderson.! I JHilffc, -riw.; S. 1111'111. I h(9rrkPeterT.
:Sa\aiinah t for ...*'ilrrill//It1I'1't h-.\. 1. \\ Cobb, Knight h I-l'\: ', -
( HVjM'J/ AVrtnr/1./ ) : I ISTIHT: 'ul.ltT.1 {
v i I Florida..... ...... ...... l.lMp.: 1 III. lo.4" p. m. ; (Olustee.) ../'frlr-lll;( e .\. 1111'tri I. K. \\
.AM: Leave .1.FeMip..... ........ :8.18( p. m. 2.4: ( n. 111 .1'1f1/-TII"llIa., i : I It', Jacksonville. 1I1t.\1.I..rw. ) '.fr NTY. .hq"' ''Jr of 1I.'r8--\I\l'l(I'. M i r", ,
.ilrtrxlrnl-.I. H. Dnrkee) .lal'k FIKXAXDIXA: ) I A.-\ .1ACKSOS1'Irii:: Lease Waycron*......... 5.05 ji. III. 1.f::i II. lit. Clerk- Waller Jacksonville.I.MtUXVI \ ('minly,7lr,1.! L'. Ilit))1rtr.i. Providence.ritrk Key West.Cnllector.
Philip ,
.\.call.lI\Jahall.< : \ ) ...... i.13p.ln! 7:1'2: a. in. -)Heiiry I'. York:, hike ]P.utler. nf! AVfc/if/c--Walter t I' tI!
KAILKOAD.: Arrive .larksonville.i ... :MOJi. )11. 8.15 n. m. ItKM.Xt: : ;. r'''''II'ri.tJ'W./ Tnmblin. Starke. J 1'. Key "\: t.8"c"tfl'.

Leave' Jacksonville.... 7.">5 a. in. ;,.'.'.i 1'. in. f'ultti-tiif, t Dennis i! }F:igan: Jacksonville. .1..QCIt8'J/'lIf'. Ttijfcn. -:X.' (C, ".nlllwri.rht.; t Lake < ; t 8dIII8--.r. \ \Ii\I r

1I.'ffl'rt ..1fGt", IRS. Arrive at Live (Oak) ..... 1 It.(5a.m.Ixave I ( ('UI.J.tc"III|; OK CfSTOM: :*. Mntlor.OitMitr\ ,.. .
[ Live Oak.. ....... -.-':, p. in. nf! I'trmnr IJunberry Hayncs, x.lP+.\ 1'nrNTy.(9j8)l'l.Gvrhtr1Iiutnn :-\ .
Leave (Callahan ......... 8.10! a. III. Ii..i( p. m.Arrive John. ". Unwell IVrnandina.IMward : : Santa I Fe.&ijuvintrnileMt. J. Ilaker I ,
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C.OIMl: HOL'Tlt. at Waycross..lLloa., m. < Hopkins, Jacksonville. 'jl'//IIIIJI-L.: 15. Ithodes: .ll:. J
Leave Wayero-;'.!'......... !11 io,:; 1'. m. John }F. House) :St.; Augustine.) :stnrke. / A Kdwards, ] :
Leave Fernandina: !).00 n.111. Arrive at Je!'np.....'''' I 12.5: :! 1'. m. I II.O5 p. m. J. )f r. l'utrfel'whlr. ( Key. IlIa\\: HI' .I)I'.STY. ."f'/'l'-.J." ; \ \ ( -1'1:1"111.:
I Leave Jlnrl'1Itowl..... I..li!) 11.111.) Savannah ........ 2.ooa.! ) ) m.I'iisseiijii'iN "r/j-l'llr l'tlFltlall,1111
Arrive .oop.m. I .
: ( i 1
\' Leave Callahan 10.52a.m. (]',isms ..T'rW.--.Jaltl, A )[Mcf'rory, City t .r.1. II "i '
from Savannah: / for llnmsiiktake : Ntn( <' Oflirerx.KXKCfTIV [ nandina.
111 11 .:!'ln.uL! Point.
I 1.Leave cave I'.ramly 1)ntton., .llrancli ................11.3S\ \ a.m. / the Fast Mail, arriving) at Irnn\\kk! s Ii; : : i.: I'KI'VUIMKXT.infcfiinf : I :-\ ( '/'rk-\ .\. Stewart Titnsville.Awtwir \ Collector of II't'rlll'url', P s..
i :!.(: i.in. p. in. ,'/ Twer' Wallace\ 1 U.! ;Moses, ficor-; namlina.Siiiirrintfinli'iit.
P.aldvvin ) llloxhain Tallahusse.
Leave ) ) ( -Win. I D. )
leave Hrllll"w f'k at !I.\fI> :\( a tu nf
I arriving Savannah: p. m.Passengers (Callahan.
IN'rl/II-\. 1 D.> Johnston Orlando
I, Lawlev 1.1:111,111 West.Secretary .
cave for lIari'lIlake the Fast Mail[ Key '
Leave Temple.= ".. I.;") '.in. nf sinli -John I.. Cravvfoid, Tallahassee. !. (Orange/ county. oUVNuf.rol; \TY.
Leave :Starke; : .<. I I.3411,1)1.:: Passengers! leaving: ; Mat-on at i.IHI< ) a.\\ilh III.I : : fi"licrt;>itt'itili',a! nf .'.dIIIII'IJrnh'/ (! l La ( 'IIII1VI'J./ L. :111111'Ji'1 ; ,. '
I ..... 1.51 I 'laityX( ((' itSunday'(11)111(1tatJc: ) "II I' firan-re.. I''I Htighey .l, ..
mit t Leave Thnrslon) 1'.111. the Fa"l1; iI for i'Iiri lI.1'ISS)1gtrs : V )sIJtrullrr-11'. I D.) Iiarnes'I'Llllahasset.!
Leave Waldo, .......'.. .. :2.31! :\, '.in. I a from FloiidLhy. the Fa-t ;MaileniiiU'Cl TfitiMnrif-Henry .\. L'KngleTallahassee.: ( t\v ( orxTV.fintnfy .S'/'I9-l'hnlLIs\V.Shiue. : Fm It; i I'lxxrxxr :
a ....... ......... ...... .".:11):!') ( : ? T .
I Leave 0tines)1lle.( > .in.Leave I at Jcsiip\ \\iiii train arriving. in ;Ma- Alfin'ney-ieiicfiif--ivnrfV/ ( ; J'. KalicV: Talln- .I1111W-.I./ 1'. Copctand\ Orange "t t \1 1'1.I
:3.52; :! I: Fla.
Arredorido Paik.Cli'if
1'.111. hsissee.C"'inifuliiiier. ld.
at ) :-1I1I; la.\.1) :
ton i.IIII' I ul I. daily ( exePt
Leave Ilatton; 4.07) '..in.Leave ] loot' Sleeping: :\ (Cars! on the evening train ; nf /.0/111/--1, / Hugh[ .1. Corley. --O. A. P.nddington. (Green (Cove thl'I'Io'\ nf 1: .\.IIl'r.. ..... ...... ...... ... 1.'-"' pnl.J : Let\\ecn\ :S.ixannah: and. .i.ickson\ille, Tallahassee.) : :Springs.Mer: ) :-:: .I.S"c .
Lca\e J ilroninn fl.1I1<>1 '..in.Leave daily Charleston nnclaokvnlihandla.untunl: / SiijK'fliiteinlfiit, nf, I'nliHi fiiftfHrttnii; :. K.Foster !/ James( \\' lI) Will, (Jieen Cove ;,rh'n,lrnt I!,.Schunlx/ John l I !

(IticrCreek........ .......,. .i. 10 i.in. Jaeksiinville.No i : I Tallahassee.A \ :Springs.Awmmr\ ) Fo-.t ltci.1.:: .
Leave llosewood 1: ) i.1'5(; ': i.in. change: of cars between :Sa\annah, and din
Arrive (Cedar \ <11.!.55: ..m.IIOINO .Jacksonvillo/ ;Macon: and, Jacksonville.Passengers ; op IMMIOKVlIoX.'iiiiiiifflnHir / nf 1//1'111/-\\. S, PlumiiKT. nf 1'rul '/( '-15. Harrison. P. i

1 t NOKTII. leaving; ; ;Macon: at 7.0:! p.' III. ( -A. .1 Itobinsoti: Tallahas Maxvilktfuiiefiiiteiiiteiit-. (7rrk-11'. Fonvanl" Palatka I
((lIIII'lal Jcsiiii with the ('\ ( iilni: train I her :<('l'. ; n/' firhftiilt-;M. [F. ( ;il' .:.!:l'r. ,,,./jJ'-Tlllla.) l SlCally.::
Leave (Vilar. Key........... ......... ...... 5.30a.m.:: Florida, daily.Passengers / 'heel-l ll.\: Long Tallahassee.Sjiretnl : I : Mid[j,lleburg., \ ; .. .. U"I] ]. Timinons.l.'ttltfrtnr .

I I Leave Itosewood: ............. ............ (;i.in! a.m.) from) Florida by the llxpre.ss: \ ; Ai/entu I Samuel:: ) Fairbanks. Astor! COI.I-MI.I) v iiifvrv.Cinnttif .. : nf! liecrniif, -. o"e\.I l 1 l Piici,
Leave Otter Creek ......... ............ ... 7.00) 11.111. train eonncet at Jesupith train arriving P.nilding: ; Jacksonville: \ ; I D. :S.; I'Ill'(1:11,1.,in.FClI.IK Sil/ii'filitCililcilt/ / I. I'lbt,) ; lnwl, *, .1 I i\
.. ........... I ..1"rlV"1.; Ivcs. 1'., I Lake\;: (City. ', .
LIBr"" lIiI.; ....... ....... 7.12a.m.: at )laC'lIlIlIt: 7.O5) u. Ill. ,laity.191.'se11gersfrunl SI ) : ; < oflfr.Chief 'I'rl.-Joltll Stiickland.
I Leave Arelicr...... ...... ............ ...... 8.1a.m.(! :Savannah; f forUainesvillo i ( Yin/.ant Jr., Lake (I'ily.Sl'I'I'W'J. I'OfXTY.Ciinitii.tinte : .
I Leave: P.allon ...... ...... ......... ......... 8.38a.m.Leave :; ( and Florida Transit, lion: : ,! lake / .(II, VdarKoy .Ixxoride.lt; 'lire--,1.] Westcott' Tii.rrs L. \\ Acute: : r Ls flu' ; Perry
jr.Tallahas .IJI.*rMtr nf > City.
t .Art tdindn ...... .................. 8.58 a.m. the Hxpress;: I train. : ,Sln''i0-'llionlw..tern, ( ,
... .... ......... !u.Ji> see. Wirtnf nf 1il..I.J. L. ParMi Lake (City.fiiiin'riiiteHileHfiifrthiHtti Perry.
Leave iaincsvillc( ...... .. a.m.Leave : ,, '
Ila.1b; (7rek-Juhn
Savannah I
from ", : ( (
Passengers I Calbonn. .
!: ( 1I1l:1' Perry.Siiiierinteinlent
.1. III'"IIJ .//1"-1: 15. Yan Yalkenbnrgh: (\ ; -.Il11 i:. .1'! I ;.la :
... .. ... Hi.30a.in.
.... ...
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( Waldo ...... .... ) ;)[lo)1littll0'I'allala'seruul: ) (Leave I'll lI'St 1111...... ...... ......... ...... 10.51) a.m. train. Jacksonville.: ( i Lake (City. ::1
j ... ....... ...... .....11.11 /(';'/--C. I H. I''ter'I'allahas: er. 1'1'' \1. OifXTY.:-\
Leave: :Starke; ........ .. a.m. 1'11.'at11gers frf\1II (ll ui11ey'I'alla)1asse!i ( ;Monticcllo [ Cniintij: : Treiintifet/ D.) S. Sutton,
I (Leave Temple's..... ......... ...... ...... 11.Li: ) a.m. and Madison take the! K\prc:: train <'iiii: 't 1'11' Jl'hKP.) : (:'onehJdyrI'illialn.l.: .. ;\Jc Ll'nll, Jacksoiuille. Cniiiitii" .\Trgo-I1., \. ( '11x. Perry Perry

: Leave Lavvtcv( ....... ...... ......... ...... Il.'i7: a.m. meeting sleeping-cars: Tclieanvillc at '..i.loi. Fi'xl1'111; -Augustus ]JJ: ;Maxwell, IVnsacola. Cnllee'torf ) II. II sin lee: !I', ''
\ Leave )1x ville ......... ...... ...... ......12.2:! !>11'.11I. m. : Clerk=Thomas: !I''.. ltIekllILtll.ILlcLsiIlville.) .: .ixxrxsnr nf;\ i/tr/I"-.1. ::. I'aItk.\ Perr !1'
i (Leave 1kt1.I vin''" ... .. .. ........ ......... 1.10 '.in. ] AL11AXY EX: l'm'-:4.:: :: ...:u"' owl( (';I'I'/u'I-j.l\'j.l-) :;. Walker, Tallahassee. Micriff/, rriah Pmvvden, Jacksonville.A 1/.I' '
t (Leave Ilrandy I I r an('h...... ...... ...... 1.28:! '.in. I.+. I'III1/I/'f1i''II-\. .i. Prevatt Jackson ST. .TfIS': fOUXTY.
tt Leave\ Dnttoii) ...'........ ...... ............ I I.It I I '.in. Leave :Savannah: daily,) "at..1...... .. "!:.i 1'. III.J.'U'l' .. Third/ ( ';/,1'/11-1.1.; ] : I fall: Madison.: ville. ( "':'/ Jmli/e-)r. I: (1'1111.:1: : .\1 I IIi i-

Leave (Callulian ...... .................. ... "!.22:! '..in.Leave Jesiip *' .. 7.15p.m.Leave 'mirth' Circuit; -James: M I 1. I lliikcr Jackson: ftillcclnf( if Crrrau-loses; [ J. Crown 11('. .
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t ( I dirt's Hiwl:( ; .............. ......... :3.25: P.tn. Tcbeanville: \ li.5: 1' m. JaeksnnViIIe.Wld'riislcfrlral\;: CM.--llartolo F. Olhcros. St..18gl) : Illh'1,1rO'Caulnn '
./ 4 I Arrive I Fernandiia: : ...... ......... ..... 4,0)p.111.Truiur )) 1.'a\'l.lltll'ollt) ........11.1,1 p. III.Arrit'l' ville.Fifth (';//'I'III--J.lIlIl'/. Davvkiiis. iaines-( ;: nf }'v7i'/ ,"N Albert' J. f Kus-: : Hernandez, :St.: .\I"I nii,
...... (
I: Thomasville .. 5.Hi) 11.111. I Afuffinif ,
: sell Jacksonville.II ) I..
;1 daily, except( Sunday.:; Arrive Hainhridge; ........ M.15a.: in.Arrive ville. 1t'1i//: -a\t Illhalll
Firth Circuit; -\\l. L. )litehell'J'a111p8.: : VMII.10X: OfXTY.
Albany] ....... St5a. III.Ll.av ) .
IIil SactI") Circuit"'. Archer ( '",'kl'allJ'.rfl:,; ( [ J. Stewart Cnllcetnr of! llii'eiuie-Joseph F. Llaml.i.i-1 :
I. (' Albany] ........ 4.J5p. m. iunl1117'lelry) Jasper.Via :St.; Augustine.Sniii'fiiileiiili.
PKX1XSULAK: I ::l! 1t.\I 11 :o.11)), Leave\ P.ainbridge: ........ .i.IHII') III.I *-J. chldvvell. Ja per. ; nt S, hnnlii-( '. F.
( !Hfi/riV I ) Il,." IIr".) I I ,'Thomasville< ........ S.15p.m. ('onrl (.nlt.u'II. SI'rW'-.IIIIIICi'( )J. I Duncan) : Jasper. :t PeipaiiSt.
Arrive DnPont ........ 1.15a.m. .I11. I.OIXO:-\ HofTII.Ix'ave Arrive Tcbeanville' ........ :3.55:i a. m.Arrive i Four: I11811r. ,, ItcrriiticV., 11. II. )McLeod, IoI'lnt: I'OfXTY.:-\

I Waldo, Junction....... ......... :.!A.. p.m. Jesnp! ........ (i.I.'ia. m. / .:tll-::/alllItu'll.TI'I'n-: : :'..1 Monday; ) in October.Walton ('olumbia' C'lIl1ty.SIu.tld'mlt'lIl; Olll.ldur11 Thomas 1 J.'11'.1 I ( 'as,.idy. LeesbinCUrk .

1 j jI I L'avcalllll:: Fe........ ......... ......... ::.11'! >.in. Arrive :Savannah; ........ !).o5n.m.I) lib Monday in (October.Holmes ) : ; r'cfiehnulJINIIna!/ ]II. ]Kobcrts ;/-}'J. :S.; Dyches) Ivcy, 'Leesburg.Aummor Leesbnrg.Sheriff I /

jj Leave Hawthorne ................. ..... .1.11.11). SlttpiIlgarsrun:: \ thnnigh between! Savannah :M! l Wednesday,! after 1th ;Monday[ < ; Ancrum. ; "" THJ-IS-< !. I'. Wall. Webster,
j Leave Lochloosa.......... ...... ......... 4.15 Mil. and Albany daily without( change. in (October.Washington), nr.nxvMio: (of:STY.iiinli \ ( 'vlleetvr Jlerenne. It. 0(J.
Leave (Orange) Lake............... ...... 5.10 1'.111. Connection at .Albany: dailvith) passenger : :iM Monday after Itli ;Monday, (\ ./ Jn/ye--11'. 1.. Fricrson. i'rooks- :Sumterville.Siiiicfinteiiilt'iit: ,11: .. J\uilol.
Southwestern. Kail-
1 trains IIf.lh'II (
1'J on
j Arrive ( 7.00( Mil.liOIXU in October.Jackson ville.
J \ mad and from Macon Ell: tiiI1 Montgomery '! chnnhA.' ( 'Iarkl
to \, I f
:3d; Monday! after 1th Monday( ) inOctober ( '(i-rk-J. (C. Lon I'.moksville.Sheriff : Sumterville.
; :NOIITII.-\ ;Mobile. :New Orleans: ) etc.
/ .1. II. Mickler, P.rooksville.
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Leave: (Ocala?..... ...... ... ...... ...... .....5.45 a.m. )fail steamer leaves It.tinhridge: for Apalachicola .- I llscambia: : : b'l '! itl+lay ill December. Is.essnr'it' Ttuct,-Frank K.Saxon: :; P.rooks) ,
I Leave Orange) Lake ..................... 7.3'u.m.: )' !: and (Columbus every Tuesday, and This:' act amciTdt.! section :i of Ml of 1 February ville.1 //dJI-! M. 1I'kIJI, I.iv

II' Leave I t ochlonsi' ; ...... ......... ..... ..... X.O:: 11.111. :Saturday.Close; : 10, 1..jU".u\IIl does not change; the CnlMnr nf /aclIlI.-F. )1[, Towiisend, Oak.Clerk .
Itobert t \ Itcid Live 0 k."ltrW'.nhl .
connection Jacksonville 1.
{1 Leave' Hawthorne[ ...... ...... ...... ...... !0.15 11.1 11. 1 ) l rot I : daily :Spring;l : Term. 15rooksvillo.SnjMriuteitttciit i I : (,, :
for. (ircen: Cove : ) I K.: Live /Oak.Axueimnr .
l Leave Santa I'.......1))..I.-, iv.m. ( IIIIt1aYl'XI'l'l'tl'fl) Springs TIIIUII i-iKcnr.. ; of Scho'iti/ -D.) I [L Thrasher, Sessions
.\\\.ull11.hllldillll., .... .......... 10.15( a.m. St. Augustine, Palatka, Enterprise: :Sanford; \ tfjifiiiiTrnii; Fort I Dade.) born.Collector. ".,7iJ Cs-1C. H. :Sessions.i; -
and all landings on :St.; Johns river. !
Trains, on) P. it A. 1 K. It. leave junction, Tavlor' I 1st Tuesday after 1st. Mondav, ill nii.i.siioiiofin: ('ol'S t\'. i nf Hei'cniie/ -Kobert: F. Allison'

going \sest.at l 11.117:: a. III., and for' llruiiswiek April' \ 'minly '//lII/IJ-J H.[ I.. (""rate, Tampa.Win. Live Oak.
FF.KXAXDIXA: : ) .\- JACKSOXY1LLF: at I 1.10 p. 111? daily, ('X"l'\'l' :Sunday.Through ; )Madison 'Jd!. ;Monday in April. '71,'/'- (C. )1'nnvn, 'l'anlPa.14hrrj11)1"awe \ : 81/1'/11/,0"1'/ nf ,tidlnult-J' O. (C. Join. '
I KA1LUOAD.in Tickets ,\ and I :Sleeping-Car; Hamilton tth Monday in April.Suwanee (1'1':1:)n. Tampa.nf I L t
Hcrthsand Jll'lwill Car accommodations :: 1st Monday: after lib Monday : 1-:. : .
.yl I -rloll\ .1.xxrxsnr 7'<. \+-S. Sparknutu'l'unpa.: : \ \ 01.1',1ll\n'
secured,I at Ihen's'I'iiket OHice) Xo. !:J in .1 .rii. ( ',Ilrrl'u'.1 Ji-mnn'-\\'. 1'. P/nn: s.Tampa.Stiitcfiittemlent tindy./alyC-James, H. (Chandler, Kute.i : .
iw iffect: May tih; 1,1181. -o1J''d.lln.11I1! ) the ( '01111'\11\11: I Depot) foot, Columbia, :3,1: ); [1011.1.1al'l..r. lib Monday. / nf! ."; f./tna/x-1C.I'/ ]HendersonTampa. i>rise.
It E.! .I of J.jlol'rl'o11'1'l'% !. in Ai >ril.Lifaycite. : Cltrk John "'. DuJvins) : t
} (I 1 IIHIMI HofTH.Leave I .IAS.: L. TAYLOIt:, : ; Dili; Tuesday: after lib Monday jirrn: : :.' ox.Citunlii ) ': '1':1' ,l'rlri\?

tt ttk lo'l'I.II\llIliIlU..1I.to .S 5.30:: I ienerid( : Passenger Agent.J / t. ill .April. JiiJiti--J. it. Christie. ;Monticello.ftimifr t 8lli''oll'I" Anderson, EllIi'l' !
\ a.m. p.m. J\tlt: 1i'l'lII-
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5.'I'VS Master
\ : :\ Transpoitatioii: } T. 15. Simkiiis Moiilicello. .
L\\"clIurl.l4ltol\lI..lI..U: I ) ) i : U.III.lUll: ( p.m. Taylor 1,1 Tuesday) after l 1..1 :Monday\ in ( \
ll ::4. IIAINKS:: : ieneral Manager. :.To ;
i Arrive Ja'ksln'ille.1,51): I) p.III.\:. 7.05); p.m. ( )Ktober.Madison. (.'leek-1V.} C. P.inl} )[olllln.II.lrl.llc"rI.ut .. G"I.'dol'llI" I/C'f/leJ.ll 1 15.i J.rllu. Di)

1 LOt 1 : 11I.\1 C11XTKAL I : KA1LKOAD.: : :'Jd! )Tonday, : in October. S,') ; nf ,SchimlfV. I K. Taylor, :
if liOlXO) :XOKTIl.-\ 11 t )1lift it thtn. Siifiefiiifenilciit; nf St'iond.1.. CransiuivvEnterprise.
in (October.Suwannee .
I Hamilton[ Ith Mojiday
ifr. Leave J8Cksnln'il1tK..11: 81111..E :3.lo! .'..111.1."lIn' .J \'KIoOSVII.. :, FI.,1.:: ,l.12:!, 1881. : ; Nt, Monday sifter 4th Monday[ t'ouitlii Trcl/.+)orr-11'. M. iirardeau: ;Mon[ I : '
; Hart's 1:01\11.\1.1..11.111.: !) & 1.15 j 1'.11I. (Commencing (this, date, train'n this road} ill ( "Irt11her.CIluubtw. ttrcllu.bArelnr. I W.Kl'IIl'OI'T\
t't Arrive Fl.rJlal\llilla..IO.: : a.m. A; 1.50) p..1n.IU1 will run as follows : ( ) :3d: ;Monday' after lib Monday: in ( nf AViv/iifc -Jo-ejib IVdim-r, Monticello. Ctmntii Jailyc-\\'. A. (;mi'', ('ll1wf"hil.,
I : $'hrr&-11') H. AValker, ( 'ta w ) .
IifJlSIi'J > r. October.Lafavette) / .
i } ) Trains daily except Sunday. TujriK J. 1' ( t t 1 Waukccnah.
i .I wi'MOi' of I1l'11nlhllll. rA---Xat. J It. Walker CravvfordvilleS.iijteriiilemli'nt
lith 1 Tueslay after dill Mondayin \ ,
it .1 I isxru/rr, Jut;i.LtaVe 1 .
.I.u I 'USOIIN'ille.llO.( (October.Sjtfllt'f) ; lt'1 T. Duv.ilCrawfonlville. ) ,
Ii : : > a. 111 \Mlo): p. \III.\\ 'ut'NTV.rinrif. .
LXFAYi-rrri (
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COXXF.CTIOXS.Vr ) Leave White Iluu..c..11:37:: '" !\1:1.>: n'l tl'lllWITt.. '
{ I .\ldn.llal.1\\ill..I1.! l :..; '1'+'r 1v.Lt.lt)1n'sI'rtie"layi8- ( ./ Jmlfie-"'. J. 1)i) till, New '1'1'0)f.fI.I ". County) Trciiurcf-\\. !lkl'' Crw-

.l FCUXVMMXV.: : :-\ .'1.\., Leave P.aldwin. ......... 10K: )) :! t larch:\ ..''// I 'tlla'4 .Walker, New''roy. fordville.

( .\ With New York aiul FernandiiSteam) ; Leave Darby\ille; ....... |OJK) ::\ I (Clay, Ith'I'ut'Isy in'Mareh.; ('icrk-ilowell Hawkins, New Troy.! lilIfl'lnrletrate11'.1I.11'alker., Craw -

ship! Line IVoin\ New York on Tuesday \I!> 1.11\1' :Sanderson: .; 11 ::! itraillord. l*t'1'uc.II.'In April. Superintendent) nfftchonl*-J .( '. 1'amscy: :New' fordville.Amwif. nf I .

f fi a. in. or -l.oo 1'. m., and fur :Xe\v' York; on Leave (Olustee. I IJ.os: a. m. 1 hiker, Tui-sdrtV in April.Xassui I. 1'roy.hmdy fordville. 1i/.I'I-l' : Kcynold- I i i\
Thllt..laUnl'r arrival of afternoon trains. Leave; Mt.I Carrie. I U'--Hi!: I ) :;,Tuesday; in April.Dnval. 1i'l'l/ItUr'u-J. M. \. Poacoek/ New .
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.. AVith ( leirgidIw11 Florida Inland :Steamlh ;\ .\ 'I'i\'l'Lakl._ -'City I .. .._ _. 1I4); __ _. Tuesday! in Mav.i Troy.Jlftlor C- ;-.- I'. -AVIKY-- --: ,
,.it Company\ from Savannah daily except: Arrive Live Oak) ."..". '_'::15a. m.AiriveTullahassce /-i,1l TermSt. nf t ltt'I't'IltrX(!w lUll 1':11'l'W\
.1e )iunday1'rSn; daily exeej>t :Sunday.; S.U\:( ) :: John's. : :M Tuesday in September.Clay. 'J'ro\'.
e With'Charleston'' Steallltrfmnt :Savannahjnd ; \ Arrive Clmttahoochee.\ : \22::!:> p. m. ( Itli Tuesday i in September.P.mdford 1 .ixarxxol' f /Vires\ -A. S. .\('klIT.'w:' Troy

Charleston on Wednesday and Sunday : Arrive c(;; i 1I\\ ith''j: ::: ;:::!: 'j; .---- I 21'1'11cwlay! ,1 1st[ Tuesday in: October in (October.Maker. )' .l.KoX: OfXTY. 1
for) :Savannah and Charleston:; Tuesday: andFridiy .' ; {''uuilll'/IJdI-\\'III.'. 1;:vr'c1'alllhlsstc.\: : :' .\ : :STAHLl.s:
Arrive Cedar Key...... li55: Xassau, :3d: Tuesday': ill October.Dnval Ll'JY1
: Arrive ( Oral....:... ... ;:" .. Xovember.riFfii .Sherj.1.! > :Mosylev, Tallahasst'c.: :
i I With :Steamer F)rn frolll St.Mary's: liver .-"--- ---- I 1st Tuesday ill ('Ial-I'. .\ Jlry.m; Tallahassee.tiiitrintfHiteitt ( '.l1:Ui.1II; < :: AXD WACOXS(
HI I Landings on Wednesday and Friday ; forSt. 1:010"t': : < iitci' ir. >1 Irharls-henry :X.' IVlkel, To 11.111'01 Ht'ICT and Trar: -

lj :: '. Mary's: !Itiver: I Lmdings: 1'1I111aall.1! Iitssrtyl.,.. Mill. *"/>rnif! Ti rutSnnuerc- Tallahassee') COXTKACTS FOK: :' KT.FOU .
I \\ ,hll'I.I '. .111 ie.laeksnuvilk..2l1: : p. m. (i.5oa.; m. :; :: Monday in March. 1'rtusrat'r-.I.' I L. Dcmilly.) Tallahassee.t'ullivtor 1.\'L\I.
\r l'\I.l.\U\' Arrive White Mouse. !lS"::! /0:18Arrive ;: II Marion, 1th Monday' ; in ); I.trclt. nf Jlftntiif) -( '. ('. Pearce, Tallaliassee. SVI.E :
I 1' : Haldwin......... ;5.55: Putnam 8t1'jUsllayLitter tth M onday in I HOKSIIS:: :, P rJ( < nI:: : I LIE:' :-::-:,
1'1181141 from :Savannah at 1\.1.1t.\) : In. and
l Leave Baldwin 1:10: ( .\I: 1058;
March. .Ixxtsxor "f 7ilxrs-l1. A. C 'ruuAut''Iallalla-
) : ) \
1 1J ::'Ilp. III. .
.\rri\'t'lIarb\'villl.) "
.V-tt: !: after 4th in 2j : : : ;
Ll'.Jlh Monday' iTJmls:11.
J J .NT IIV1.PWIN\ :1. FLA., Arrive SamU'rson..... .. Tneilay H'I jr-fl (
I 1:40: March. :\' ( OJIl'c UI.I t :Street near
\ 'OI'Sl'\
'1\) ami 1 from Tallahassee at t ::: \) noon Arrive Ohtsteo. :3:51: 49-tf
.\I'hllatlh Monday after 4th I )[Mondav in ('uualqludr/r-11'. I Il.Sfbring: ISronsoii lrll lrl'l WhatI. _
and )1.00 p. 111. Leave Arrive :Mt. Carrie. :3tO:; larch )1. lUin-o, P.ronson. ; -__ ___ TD a.
I laleCity. :3:3O I ; CI.TJ'-.J
-. AT 1.0CIII.OOSA.\., : 1.1111 T1raISltulter- .. ) :; ItroiiMin..l. Slo.uti", 'hnnlrt'.
hate Live Oak......... 1:00: ) )p. m.Leave :; 1st Monday in October .I".i'J.Pllk'r Appell, 1 Iron son.Cntltctuf -- - ----- -
With) Steamer Alj>ha for all\ points and Tallahassee. I"::: ); llIri'lI3 landings on Orange! I talks, on Ilrr1I1111' IVniiiMilar Leave Chattahooehee.. 'Ji.'W:: Putnam 8i1\ Tnesilay in :Xovember.Levy .

1lailmad'1'rain.: Leave ( tiainosville.:..... !I.L1n-: : 1th( btIOIi.ll1)Tue.sday' Unl'l'tlh Xovember.Alachua in .II"11rd"t( f S1luI-J. II, :Mcnden- Street, opposite' the J'ost-Olet.

AT 0 "\l.With .\. Leavetlar Key. 5.30: Tuesday hall, Uronson.
Leave Ocala..:. 5:15: :Xovembfr.Tirm' :MVMSOX' l'UI'sn'
:Sta: ;:e Line to and from Hrooksvilledaily -- --- tot\HtI: : I IR.t'IT.fipriuy .
except :Sunday.: Mail train connects at Jatkstnn'illewith i rU"ltvJldtH:)[ Withl'I"HII.lldi: -
Tuesday '1'1111..111Illlil. Saturday\ ; from thl'I'\I\:1ll11l1h.\ V'lorida .v: Western Kailroad, Orange! 4th Monday in January.: !>oOI.
..klll1111 Tampa on Monday l Wednesday and at l.aJ..lll'ih' with the Jll'k"OIl\'iIIl"I'l'lh Volusia M! Monday in February.Hrevard /Iri')1. Hankins. Madison.[ 11E
4 mid Friday. i sacola: Mobile; : Railroad for Chattalumehee 1st Monday March. :M..Heggs/ Madison i ,

.\T CKIHK 101.1.\., and) intermediatu stations.: )Dade) :3d Monday in April Snf/>eriittiulent! of .Si-hayl*-K.: S. T'll'\
: Passenger train connects at P.aldwin forand /'. // TrruL- )1 IU hloll.
I : "'it Steamer:: .V//// r to and from 1"'I1"IWO. from all points on the Florida Transit /Orange, :: ,Monday: in August.Yolusia l\xintji Tre"urer:;. :S. Smith:; Madison.[

: f ',' la on Monday and Frittay.t or IVniiiMilar I:tail roads.: :'Jd I .Nfonday in :September.15revanl. : Cnlltrtur nf! hrrruue--I. H. Warring, Madison .

.,I I. With Steamers Clinton and :llargnn! for J. :S. McKLKOY: : 1th Momlay in :-;1'lll'IIII'I'r.1I.I .
\e\y Orleans on Friday I ; from New\ Orleans ) ;\.ter Transp'n. r ,!fT
i i on Saturday ; from! PI&UIIal.1 I Key Wivt.on _W.1._; I. D.\ "JIOo) :: :Superintendont.Sa ; ._ j"1. .
: Friday ; for Key Pest and. Havana! on M VX VTK.K; (uUNTV.
timed is .Honey .Undo U Olllt.t'rs.I.'lIt' .
J Saturday. : : YOFK! IN/IX1: ( [ ':>; FKOM) I ( 4rvul/.IU'lrr-/[ Crawford, )1:11 1'1"rJ'J.lu'rt c .
With Florida} tl\;: Havana: Mail :SteamshipCompany's ; IFKCHASK\\'l' $100) on a 1.llIor.t'N; ) .\ \ 'III'\T\: ( '/ :S.; Orillith. )luhilt: (''.

Steamers for Key W''Io1 and Tainpa :. on a 'JO: \ I Horse, and $300; on 1:0:: lIlU"i a-I'uw. ('un a hi Ju I ) on :Monday; and Thursday.With er Kngino.: !: Send! for our prices before purchasing vlllo. .liviorq/'Txrx-S..1.'I'yIcr, llnidcntownCvllcrfar
71 Steamers) for points on the Su.vaneeUiver : ; J Kngines: ( iins. Presses, :Saw; and( tTtvlr-J.. Carlisle( aineville! t: Hcn-ttue--Marion: ; (C.;, Carlton( :STOYKS, ) ;, linATKltS: : ltAN(! KHs.:

on Thursdays. at (0 I III. m.For (Hti..t :)lilt+. Thre-shers or any kind of :Ma[ ...htTtJf-JolllI( W. Turner ( iatn.ivillc.jtifn Popa>h.SvjtrriHtrnilrnt. TIN AXD SHKtrr-IKOX. WAKP:
route, l'Ilillt'ty."t, are ):Manufacturers'[ ( ,' Agents, *./- f .ufji-Oeiirge. "'. llawlhorue, .i r/iW -lYliJ.. Seward,
information n-s-jitvtins nuts, Pino KOOFIX. !
and guarantee ttati.faioll( [In iiiality| andprice. Havtliorne.tlttftitruf t l.\'d. .
i-tc., apply In WALKKK .\: LOFD.Xo. \ Hrrct4Het. P. Tltunui, Oaines-; M VKION e<\1'sn'. : )!: : : .>. *_

A. O. MuDOXMLL:. 1:5.1: :Mi-cting: i street Wit .side near vllle.SlIJHrSlltl. (\untyM 4/f-t$ umitl 'M r [h.ltal, Ocalu. A large i stock t"tU\IX.1.:1.( on 'it I
fii-n'l Tirket and l'is.-.. \ll'lIl. Charleston I Hotel.I Charleston :S.: t'. Illll :it I/ .<>/lll(>/..-W. X. Sllltkt, ('bk-II.It'rrt: 1111'lk.< O"-:1:1 a eail.tnd: .
I ci tin)pa re :" pri "\ iili'I :
J) J)1: I \\WHL: tJon'l Supt. :=1w I April; !u I, 1s8t-iu.! :' laiue; "t illl'. >Vi..i, .t1 V 1 'rl;11 ,j"d O. ala 'Jlwl h.. whtr.. .' ,.\.Iwrt n \


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'THE FLORIDA'MIRROR) : NO1< I :\I flElt ;;.

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-- ; : ror.tro/;*. nbout I ", ... \ Q.1'wiI I .\.h '1'1i"'tcitl'IIIV.! Itral r.Htnfr.THI I
lion-- TO 1\1:11)'i: bought: $tl} u 01 th of tobacco, and! f. ) ,) t ( ) : ; ) ( MU: DAY :; .-.
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those- who embarked .. ;; I - ----- ----
easily kept if they are more extensively j in it1111111'1' .- i
,I' ,Ialtll'"lIrf'rl! in the proper. time. They !InI" the amount I of half :IIi acre, i iI \ O'I' ICE.: : ri.oitn
''I i n' -
?ni.il! before (they arc dug, by talc- harvested t ) from! .71 to !>,"." woiih. All tyro I iI I i T A MF.r.TINO: : : ( OF T1IK :STOCK-; !t
I well) deaecd! with the re-Milt! and I 1holder' of the lleacli I Hotel! 1111.1 Koad: O\\'X IMPKOVKMKNT: :: :: (COMPANY.:
n ,ui th-ground t cutting them, I | iir|>oplanting \iin;, !I them oil the grounl ; if the : largely this fall 1lx,1l 1 1':. sats: that : V. celebrated l lI 'oinpnnv., held in I the dtYlouf'rllall.lillll) .
'II',, .- hard anti try, they are ready, ; I an acre.f rich hammock land will readily on tbe I lith day of :Septuufer, 1 issl. purHii-

,,. wet 1 and sticky,, they will :surely ; yield ten thou"and pound, which at :'JOper ant to noticcduly! advertised fur Ihrce vveck!'", IVrnaiuliniiTouns.
.1 Inv, ,'HI'I'J1I /.11,1.ta. il' 111'1111'111., cent. pound. i j. ,*:!'n") lie further !''lVsthat : a* required by I law, it was resolved t ,by a vote
,K ; j ioii with thl" I will state ( hat I no crop in Florida is !' o easily grown n" V.i: : CTOFt. of three-fourth" or I1lOr'of the stock ot said oil It. It. Line.

,II', i' xeii, wishes: to have: largo: one!*" If thl' amount of work. 'Fn-sh' eed, ,from, I the articles of incorporation, of said l.each
I Havana: : are 1'1''I"ir,1'r! I nr. ii, ."CHn AM IUH'Ii- Hotel and. Koad: be so amended
lit tliein, this call be done hy selectnotn \ !'1'I"oll however : Company
'; the largest one+-those \\ ithkin. I a* the weal degenerates' if seed from that I, n to extend the limit of indebtedness or li- ..-
grown here are replanted.1.I't' abililv to which said. corporation can at anytime
I have thorn so largo I I r.oitix ii ,\ < 'IKM.KV.in : : .
\\' ,mid have to lie cut into many \ would "uiitircut!" that white our farmers t i ;ubject il"1'1 from twenty-live 1 hundred to Lessees and. Purf1ias-cr! a largo

", ik them ; ant, Wlll'II"Il! to hake generally determining to diversify:< theircrops ,1.IIII..i.. heretofore, tosix t Iholl.tIllllolll: number of the most: eligible and desirable!
il.ivor of the potato destroyed. i annthcren! : +,011. that they :apply\ ( to Mr.1'nteiiza ( as provided by 1l'l'thll:1)(: ) III' an act of (the
the plan for MUM: ,* them. lluild : f''r'et' and instructions for planting legislature of the :State: of FI.Jt'hla., "entitled! Lots, s-uitahlo for Uusinos-.s !Purposes, or for

t Mtiiely, of seasoned I lumberitli 1 ( I the same, ,ami give tl1.:1I'1'111ttin! It I will any part of the cntlntry.1'e mean it, an :act to amend an 111'1.10 provide for the City orSiibutban: Itesideiices: ,

;, .11',| .., corner pos' |!" studding and joist 1'1'0\11" ready, ale :a* bacon: corn cotton orwhisky. and) are prepared to demonstrate 1 I the fact. creation of corporation\ : and to prescribetheir t

io- wall I tip with ineh board. inside I Thousand* are annually: spentby They are operated\ by either :Man, .Horse or general power and liabilities, and to ;. \' 1'0KsY: : TKIIMS.: :
ale, ami, pack with snwdiist from. sill i m r people!' for the lilt by weedhieli 1 roeiuut: and amend the sections repealed by '
.iiul, overhead. I should have: 'stated! might nx well II!'! not be kept' at home.Vhy, :steam: 1',1\\1'1'.1111,1 bore very rapid.\ They aid! act." Approved :March II 1H7\ I.ihl.ralj"'olllll"\ on Yalues! allowed to
king the waTl. there iuut be air if farmer only nude enough for' their homeeoniumptioi range in i'1fmlll THIJIW:h : I INCH!' TO 1 H} Ii( I. :STAKK; : ,
''I i 1 ,
inV the wall all around the houoi ), they would HIIIIt n profitable niirr: : DIAMUTKU: : : :, and will bore to (Chairman llinl'ice- llkllt. plrtl: (" engaged: in inanill'acturing: or industrial -

'i fourteen inches' !' apart resting on crop and great saving in the course of uyear. WII.I.IVM. l It. C. Drim'K: :, j. enlerpris-es, who will erect on the property '

!ilnoutside.. end of \\ liieli should lie I | :Secretary: and, Treasurer. 4 11OF I purchased substantial improvements
.'li the outside wall, anti the curl 0:1: : Tn'l' the reader a better t 1,1":101', : I the suecos.s -- -y
.-"i., elevated\ about four inches to pro- of the farmer:' with tobacco) culture ill .\ \ ItEtt"IIUn: IU"I'II: :\1'11( I', I I INCOIM'OKATION( : : : residence\ or in which to conduct their

II ,i., .i r from running; into tinpotatoif.. the vicinity of \Valdo. mid al-"o to show to OK TIII,: business.INDCCKMKNTS: '.

,1,1, i tulii1", should! !be nude\ of dry bualI14entytlir.,0ii : what proportion it ha" already: attained !, ra:! nl'n(. ,v IM IA\ iiivr.it: : :: :: : \ TO MAN: 1'"IT) (

tliu-e, irH'hefoC11 t\\' : 'lit'" even in it* infancy in I this county, we will They will boie snceessfully and ..ali-fal'lt!. KAII.ItO.VI ('()M1'.11'. 1:1h: ::: exemption lor a term of years from
state that :.11'. 1:11: i"I1"\ bought! :!
the tube will extend into the : tunIi ..
mil* here this lie rily in all kinds of Earth, :Soft :Sand and -- taxation, oll'ered by ho! several t''It tll'* and :.
,.iirlitei-n inches Then run a wall mii grown season 1. experts to buy
-i I .111' the house, three. feet t from the three or 1 four time that amount from the limostono. Mituminou* Stone Coal, :Slate: -l I )1'aulhurily) line of the( of Stale: all of Act Florida of the, entitled I.egisla-) t town Apply at0Ollicecor.

,Mt1c,, wall, three feet high; ,, to hold farmers, of this eiriinty next year. Hard Pan: iravil.: \ l.ava, ltuillrt'Nt'rpcn i \ "\11 Act to Provide for the Incorporation "l' -) P.cacli\ >\; 7tlists., Fernandina.

p.tat'K-,*. This you e.m ,divide into I tine and! Conglomerate) Itock: \ and guaranteed : Kailroad: and 'I'nnaland \ February H5-tf
1.111'01 \ /'o approved
1'11'1'-'fl 0lt''l.ST111 \
wish. Then raise the llooritli
N > it'you ll'lh!' 1ST I. notice i i. asriiuired
to make: \ the very best of Wells in (;JuickSand. (
01.1 i .n 'iitielhing else\ up to the !mouth ill'tIlu's by saitl act, that a company,' \ has '1:111': :: 1..01In.\
: t\'uTli'sr1Tl-41'S: : : : : light-running. simple in |
v and the house: i is ready for ute, 1t.PiFtflTOII'lixl-'ll; i: 1 They are lieeii formed, under the name of theLIISIII'III I

\ ,,,' a Urge tiibo overhead tn', the air tope roiiw\iMNiis. : : I or) i ISO-TS,: :. IN THIS *, 'rvrr.. 'onstrnrtiun, ea-ily operated\ durable, 1111,111I'.1I0'ktl'I'11 : AND) IMMKIIIATION( COMPA'Y :
: : ; L'\\U
-, ," which should be \ten by \ten inches.J1 (For sniiie linn p.M' I l 0->: C. 1. Kenworthy' ( ; ,) as the best and! most practical:
,\ .I' these tubes might be covered ( inside\ I h KOAD) COMPANY.to : (OFFKUS( : :
of this tit( hew. been in eorre-pondence ith :'.lal'laillt'I'\lalll: They :endorsed' by someof
t-.IIi with wire cloth, and you\ have :a rat be invested with all till' l.j"I""I'l'I'; s,
n II! house, and one that \potatoes will \keep the chief signal; "!HI.... for I the! \pmposo\ if the highest; State Olllcial-, We contract \privileges, ) ,and I franchises: conferred upon\ 4100.000C'I.C'4!

,and tit Those "tubes you cantop up.hdi \ possible, of hat: ing the department furnish I for prospecting\, i for companies formed under said! .Act for the Of the mostACCKSSHILK

\\ the weather freezing, with cotton or t forewarnings of fronts in this :Stite, for the \purpose' constructing! maintaining; and
wool to exclude\ the air.- H"/.i. I.ott, ill Hume ; operating a railroad for \public: ue in the l ::: ; AND DKSinAULF.I.VM'S \ : : !: ;
benefit of fruit and
vegetable-growers) : ,
aii we al'happr :o :announce that iii. ell'orlshave : main line of said railroad will I be about ((1'\11)\ |

I'il UI TS .t\1 I'il O/) UCT'S. nut! with .success, as will be seen by AM .\1,1. KiM's: or! :Slstalus. eighty) mile in length ; will be f'ollooII'III't,1, STATK: OF FLORIDA!: ,

correspondent of the :New l lmlaiid) NII'- reference to the following letter, received aday from 'a point on the Tropical\ Florida lb.1'nn.l .!!-
At only $l.'J. acre to new settlerswith
nearly duo west from Leesburg, inSumler per
n( I., A. Hallard. of I 1U!) Front :"tr'rt'w: or two' from I he. War ,
Ill'I'Il'tllll'"I."nil'l' ,
York the following not unfavoralle: ago : :: 1 County, Fhuida : thence Hast: toLccslmrg the privilege selection in pm'clolIf 40
i l-o for \ ,.lrtesi.tll'clls and (Coal
of the \ sinking
ddd'ooiglld otlleer. division of t touching 1 I the southern portion of
account Sit the capabilities of Florida: ) acres or more. These( lauds are located onand
In treating) this topic I 111111 well aware that telegrams) I and! reports fi.r, the benefit, 1 of coin- Shafts: I.t.. We also furnish Engines, Iloil- Lake iritlin, the iioithern point\ of Lake to the line of theATLANTIC

only approximate\ statementean be made, in erco and\ agriculture : crsI'inl, Slills, Hydraulic lam! HorsePower Harris ; t thence to Likes\ F.usM and I Dora, adjacent

:ami, even these are varied bv diUcrcnces in WuiNiiToOctober: 17, Issl..5'i'rgr.wt *: ltrirkItrlilllt'v: Mining Tool*, Portable passing: through" Orange and III'l''al'I"OIlIl' ', can0; : WF.ST INDIA:
ties, to a point at or near Titusville. on Indian
and of cultivation, amt
oil methods *

/ nearness
; to, or remoteness from navigable; tvaterwtsor ./. H .Girlaui'il/e. Sintlit! Synnl, Curiut I'nilctlMutes i Forges\ I JIt'k! Drill, and Machinery! of River: ; with) branches to Lake Apopku\ TRANSIT: :; CO.'S! 11. ill,
Anni/, I'lurliln
: all ki'1I1 and LakeTohopkaliga in Hrevard -
railroad I now from + Orul1g1'11I1I
speak myowii '
Sr.ist.I\NT : (io! at once to see :Mr. ( ,1.Kenworthy .
from FKUNANDINA:!: this Atlantic
lie I extending on
knowledge what can done atCrosccnt President! .:#.Y-tod; active Agents wauled in every
Florida Fruitrow< !
City, Putnam county Florida. 1) 1 fo;:. /: 1.XnI.I"FINK : to CKDAlt' KF.Y: on the Bull coast
ers' .Association and! tell him that the service country in the world. ,
: B 1'.11'1'II31
Of the orange; banana, ami 'pine-apple\ \ I is thus to the \
preparing to furnish the forewarnings! AddressVKSTKI1X affording producer cheap, constant -
with more certainty than ot : \ 1v.: AdNF.W.In : : .
can speak, any of frost to the orange) growers of Florida __ _m__ __________ _._ __ and) rapid\, transportation to the best
other each of
\product. Upon acre groundsevcntylive !spoken\ of in letter from this ollico( in the '
orange trees (may be !successfulIv of the \ : : t l.flllHnSI1'I'1.: \ .\' DKI'OT Jii4li<>t'N ('ourt. inn rkets.
('al'lpart current year. ( I ISSl. ) ,
\ ) : \
grown ; some persons plant more than The belt of traversed the Transit
.I'l1lhil of lid"r'j"l' is 8'1'1'1'o' country by -
l : a simple
tin's number \, acre, but I will assume seventylive Ill'e very I ill Walnut Street; \, ( ( ) OF NASSAU.To :;: ,
trees sus a basis of my statement ; ( propose bending; these! forewarnings ; Jniiicit (.itrroll-1'u11 are hereby notified K. ll I!, embraces
when III full bearing it is far within the truthto to Jacksonville I and, perhaps, to Sanford SAINT: LOl'IS::, MISSOriM: :;: : T.S.:: A. that a writ of attachment has hccn14sucd
Florida. It will be' for those interested
estimate 1.W, oranges as the annual yield in t the orange business 1 to disseminate I \ the information :-lalt.11I what Paper; you saw: thi.. against you, and your properly attached
nf each tree, and it i is not at all\ dillicult to to satisfy; I he! ,demand of Jones: A: lee,
realize :::10 per inn for them, which gives 1 to This those dissemination whoare, to of be the benclite'tthereby forewarnings - .- amounting :>:2..rii.(! Now, unless you shall be found In the State, a largo proportion

the aggregate\ ; of $1 1,221): \per acre I'l'r1111I1111.. l must bo without to the- appear\ \" Iit'lill'e1'. A. :Mahoney .Justice of !being peculiarly adapted to the culture of
A grove of live acres would therefore, yield gllllt.,1Iah'\:; further than expense\telegraphing r OVEm C ES UNOERC CULTIVATioflN' the Peace and for said ( '''"l1h..IIL hi* olliceat SKMI-TKOPII'AI. Io'III'IT."Il1IlIl! Early: Vegetables,
$1i.1i I:! It annum. Many oralll'J.\'I'O\\'rl i ; : inililferent ( Callahan 1 Fla., on the :'td day of December. \
from this otlice to Jacksonville, and, perhaps j NDllb 1 mid The Istryf 'oinjxict J'txHrs ( r Timber
parts of the :Stale; ha\'l.llIli/l'lIIl"llIJl' Sanford.Attend IMS\ at, 10 o'clock a.m. judgment) will !

that the average of full\ grown trees will be to this matter, and inform this ,SEND mac.. L'f f\-,'SEED be rendered against i you and I your property make these land.s worthy JMIKI'UL KX-
nearer :2oiiO than l.r> M o oranges\ I believethis ofllct' ff the results of illorls without l PO, 01.110 \pay the debt. AMIXATIOX by manufacturers of IA'.MHKU:
is true, but prefer adhering to the safe 'K your I l rJ1Jl iNSr.D Dated this: I'Mli day September: A. I D.IMS .
delav. WM. 1 I MiKKiiMMrn: At .\ :'oil'1.. :SrouiH.NKW: .
estimate.Orange. 1st Licit :;M.! 1'. I"i. Artillery." ; : TO GCE" : : m Il.DJ.VID. \ I..J.I.
) trees that are three or four! years HAMITON JONKS.t: :: W. It I.KK;,
old when set out, may, by budding; be From the above it will be seen that arrangements .' rmrrTH&SO: 'm. J Jn1A Partners doing business under the firm : S1't"1'1.1:15: : ;

brought into bearing in three years: ; the fur furnishing forewarnings to : name of Jones Lee, Plaintiffs.iro .
first. crop, will be light, but upon a live acre this city are I being) made at the chief signal I'lIn'hal-llI land from this company are furnished

grove will h lie ijuite siillicient to support an ollice, and it i is for those interested Intake I with entire free futnumje, on the Transit
IUn.: ( >orl<>s mill l'I'O'I'oIloII'ol.! !
steps to disseminate: nifoimation.
ordinary: i flll1ilIll1til' the next l'rois\ matured. Persons 1 $] 000 Kailroad for family and personal: I effects
'Kvery succeeding crop, for a MUIIIbt.T desiring fmther information will ad ,
of year is heavier and heavier until the dress. Dr. (C'. .1. Kenworthy Sergeant:: .I I. 1 My I son, .I, J. 111( '" 11"0\( : Jit., was murdered ii. i,:. noTTiiciit: : to the station nearest the land purchased.

maximum is n'aeht',1.11, orange grove, Sluithuf: : this cily.-.. '6'snnl'ill,' Talon..x1 I by a mob in I the town of Leesburg: TITLF.: COMPLKTK' : : ;, !being derived by

properly cared for will continue to bear for Sumter County, Florida, on the morning of I? IOUNANDINA I : : : : : FI.OKIDA) grant from the United States and purchase
more than and thus the fortunate n; (V/M.S.S/S.I the I'h 1
: a century, of July last I will pay a reward from t the State of Florida.COUUKSPONDKNCK.
proprietor of one has;. a permanont soiirco of A number of the! wild grasses that )grow (If ONK: ; 'TIIOI'SAND! ; : DOl.LAllS( : for the 111:.\I.lm: IS
wealth: tend ample leisure liS well. in the middle and htvcstern 111'1.101' the ,
: :states, grew'III murderers, with proof to convict
: : :: : .SOLICITF.D.Descriptive ( .
f South 1'lori'ta'I'he wild, oats, nr"turkeyoats then I'Ine I'utiiII y Grocerie N

," as they are called\ beie ahtnldauitly ,
: grow I..1. DI'i'(( ISOX..Illgitst ; : .
IllrOnn I and
SOUTIILUXTill and to the height ofCH'II: fl".t. on I ;: : t i l.'t.:; ail A NO ;MVI-H au
ll'Ali.Dr. common \pine, land. Crabgrass grows luxuriantly :; application.\ t

Curry, audit of the Peabody Fund Association I on much of our cultivated land, II III .. I' 110 VIs'lONS"I C'HAS. W. LIJWIS: ,
speaking recently at St. ,Alhan, I whore: the land is fertile, it attains the height -.- -- l.:uid ('lIlIlIlIis: Vermont made the point that "the :South, of three feet or more and 1 as thit'kld as I I
Otlice! 111'1I1:1111111 Seventh Sts.
cor. !
before this! war. in proportion to white popu oversaw it in the tub idle states. On the I POPUJfAfl

lation, taking man for man, sustained I: a lager :- lighter) !soils it is I like\ "Ifouestlnlul :Norton Customer can rely upon getting CHOICICOODS .__1 Hl-tf__ h __ __ _
number of colleges\ with more \professors: said of "some of the eggs )lie carried to market I SEWING MAEHINE13xiLIFETIMn

more :students and a greater annual cost. -not unite so good. The smutgrass: !springs\, ) : \ asNOTIIINli J. II. PHESCOTT.
than was done in any section of the 1'nion. up( spontaneously: in. our yard*, and flourish. I tFe '
The Mime thing I is true of academies: and es almost: if not 'Pllll''I'r month in the .

private .schools. I If the census: of ixijt as ta- year. The Irun-grassor goose-grass: as I often I C U NNINC : : HUT TIIF.: FINIWT 1 :" IIIIANDS
ken by the PllitCcta\ :; authorities, be correct IIl'ardltf'all'cJ in boyhood, and thecrow- NT Style Fit
the white population of the :Northern foot, grow Iii 11.1). The llermuda also flour ,

:Statesin; that year was -nearly' r.l.onn.onoaiid! ishes here, even on moderate good soil and arc kept in stock. F

of the :Mithern; only a little over N.ooo.oon. once set it is bard to upset-just wind it --- ____, --- .. Comfort,
At that tim-' the! :North hail :.U' colleges\ ) theSouth should bo highly; pri/e-d for ; not being e-a>i- '

; ( :172: : the :North In7| professors:, the destroyed by tramping e.r pulling) up.\, This rvservctur/ >Y ANO
South; 1.4SS ; the :North had :1'o.OH :students, Many: farnu* *e>em, scared( to death, at it. space I j
the South:; :i7n.V! ; the North paid for these cause one tdowing; will not kill it out. I I'Iof"1 Durability

colleges, $l->n.i: 1a::, the :South\ !$l.fiIj-WI: !>," IJi.I.1 would have: but little a*-' lilr it. Why I .\ it. ;\<> YIS.roc : .

He' deplored the present illiteracy of the don't men get se.ired and mad, and write \ I

colored, population! of the South, and I seemed and rip about crab-gras, because it is hard : a DE < <>r and Sliip (:'lian IIcr,
to imply in Ids remarks: that he was in favor to kill and 1 be rid of? How I about the! nut- I t1eE I

of aid! from the fait(.1. States ( iovernmeut. grass: which grows sn abundantly 1I1I1lrlll"l': ? ;
\. Me can hardly hrl'flel.tl'll.. how Do they kill it out? :Ne gras'exe-cK\ the! 'll1 1'1.1.1CI:1. .

ever that the etl'ect of such action in the !Itermud\.i for/ hogs: horses: cattle\ 1 sheep, goals
pre-entVtate of 0111' f' \service\ would be to ami all else (but like gross -- "" -

supplant the :State; schools or reduce the intlueiicL' Iti-sides the above- we have: several kin-la( : A: fill.I),
of local sentiment upon the conduct of millet which! 1 grow ,II abnndantlv\ ; also some I Having largely increased myNtock
and tc.iohing the schools to a minllllllili.II tine Spanish:; grass, :Slexirnn.lover! and iui- 13 .\ MUS AND: CONFFXTIONKKS: : ) : ,
II It':.", as suggested: in some quarters the nea grass which latter grows six or seven 1 gl ,''Gyr. of 1'ool-tt ear. In both Hue

111iI1IIT appropriated' ,by Congress for education feet high) and stands thick. And lately we rnoiriroci ; and medium grade, I am enabled
( in the :South: be handed over to the have the 1'llra.1\ ('uhagra-s,11':1,1: i* .Kiid to

:State amhoriric..,, to be used according; to "beat the world and (all other grass and Ifl <: 'rl<>M, C'i;';arH, nod Tolmcros, .. to place before my customers

the jn j '1'iuent. of the State: authorities. In a w t.1914. both fur hay and "gracing It I is wild i a ,' %ry large assortment
word 1, national schools in the South it is to cover alleys ten feet wide in one \'t'Ir.- : TOYS1): I FANCY: AUTICI.IX' or
ft 011'1,1.I w"ultll'l' but a ruiiroductioii of the ",,-. li'irtiiw Infufiniiiif. I I'I'll ISootN and Shoes made by the

Freed man's IJureau a political\ ? propaganda.TOISACCO ; : :\It Weddings, Knfertuinments: and PicnicH, most competent and Nkllledworkmen.
t: :\xuc.iicF11tmuuuruFF.-General
: furnished
at the shortest notice
at ck-bot-
CUI4TUIl1' .\. C. iorilon, of Abbeville, ,\Ia..laa:; written (lom prices, at These' (:node" werepurebllsed
a letter to the Columbia.V, ,r V. in which '
r/ AXJKi.S: :
In ( j'\lbt'nl'oullt! > in this State, tobacco. ho !speaks (tile times when the J Indian Inhabited IIAKKKY.Centre Ii.rNII.! and are

ha-: been grown to considerable. profit for a that se-ction. Among other interest ; l 2-J old P. Htreet only exchanged for the
Opp. O. ltuillliug.Ilnd.'rlulctag. Name
number No
of Yl'a'l'n. fair juulity ot'tlieI" I ing; points' m hi* letter i- the following : ALWFIY
w.-cd is pnidiuvd there, a portion ofwhi"1 The Kinersft: : !* considered I by I the I (In EQtJgI. commodity. This will he deemed
i N sold in J.vksouvillo and! the remainder dians the best )hunting ground on the westside I r .
a pleasure
utilized by cigar: maker" in (Jnin1 of the (Chattahooi-hro! ; and for many I after Mccliij, examining

y years after they left the country, the whites\ : I it. 11. 111UIItsos: : and learning at what
Tntil rvHvntly we were of opinion thatadJenwa found it ah umding with deer; turkev and
< tin* o-ilv!! county in the State wolve-*. and it was reported: to much by Th cvtrcmcly low price these
thaI .I\\ tob.ii.-! \\\ Ila'e': since Uarned I hunters While! on the subject of Indiaii t- (:ood* are offered.

from I .Ir. M I KnN-nza, proprietor the cigar I iiatues, I will give the moaning of the nume I SURPASSES % OTKCriS M .
factory at \Valdo. Itowcvtr. that the j 'Chjllahoochee.! It is !Il.'Illt"d.i and ob- I .jr Jly Ntock of (: I':%'I'..KMIJ.VK
farmers 1- ,11",1" ah HIt that place! liavtgiven "1 tainel 1 tll"alllf' from rock II '
a gotten!; on the I I I lt.MSHI4JOODM; ;
the pla'it. n trial and! with remarkable IN worthythe
sue- j river between J F.tifanla: : and Columbus, (ia.
.w llf *ivs that last he sent to lluvana Used this 1"11'1. attention
year They a. It 1 palm when the} of those desiring
f"n|; I' lity of set.1| and! di-tributwl 1 went on the war !imth., The lit'tiiut..tuna a :\ 30 UNION SQ. NEW Yar :; I ,- C r 11. line
them :am mg.; II.,' pl.uili'r. of that ""-('Iion. In gr.-nl ili-.tatiee after lliijiainl. It C'HICAGOILI.-Q. <\ t Goode.ryir .
\\ 11"1' tIJ..J
'ru, i MM ",' they rofusiil ) ...
to ow them red and hard
l-> wear off. I tried to get II'l'IIIHall" Orders left to
f.11 : t ,at they would rweive no return for to pilut me to the I.hll'wlwft.. they : c- D ORANGE MASS.II. IM t ; > I':: It 'I' ,\, Ii lilt.FIFTJI my selectionwill

Their lab"r. A few :1I'h'lllll'olt) Id. suggenHun. got tbi 1"II11t i or dye but they inva'riablv refused I ST.. FKH.VAXIH.VA.: FLA receive tol..1 and prompt
!howi'vr and I ,, WI!' ."'" e"O
u "It. \'t' *tau-d. with to d.i IMI. If it can be found I I I have no *
tine sii. ri..s From. several who planted I doubt it would be of jjrcsit value! tUl,llqo(.... I) rluAL KOHIX( I S1FPfA1.1.ICAt1F.4: IIUC.IIUO"J,
only u ij-urter ut":1II al'rt'Ir.. Kntcnza pie. j' ( "I'KKPI.I-H: : WOOUJo'lWl'IH: : : AMI (2AHKKTH.: "HJJ.r ESCOTT,
Whltcliall) St.: Atlanta\ (la. 'leli'
raphic '
'trlll'N.-I'rOlllllt1 attended
to. .a..sm) Fernandliia Fla.

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR l p.itt In foreign cxhibltluiH and nlio! in the Arttvtlu. lit II, \tn-at Sim-en Market. nurse, MM! I F: JSethone: :\rr.-. J S I'.ripham. AbIterlletnettt! .- --

; (Centennial\ \; and (hey tinitolly nftlrm( that "j There has! been' u great deal of tutivity inspirits I Ilrs.1 I' Tuft. Mrs Whitman: ,!! DT) Dunn --.- -- Sent.. ------ -- ----.

", ; A t 1"1.1: : ,tine run six .1/0.\'TII\/ the: tit shay now made nt Atlanta: : is in every of turpentine' this market lately, I'lta"tldll!>lllll. Miss Libbic( Itra7.ee. Mrs!! ..lasIf. A 1..UtlI.S'UOOI..
1 ; I
\ : : of the most! 1 yaric'lennupleteamid amid nn aihance" of half a l'clIIIIII :Saturday: :Stroim and two boy, :Mrs.\ Liwtev.Sam'lWoodall : 0"I'"
rClpc'IIlIlC ; wns noled, the market do'llIlplrOIllIt! (liIt\:- I Mis. ( 'orlulia'oulII.\ Mr'". Ellen ST. JOHN'S.rpHK .
Jtejleettonn.The Instructive exhibits. that /has: ever been, j' tine rrutr. The Wilmington I matket, closed! I Van llorseii Nand: :Shannon: W A Skinner,
x I I brought) I II},I'!lu'r. I'| steady. at 51)! edits, and the New York tnarket :M[ .\ Whitman.: F M I Heynold: MrFM Uey-: : :ST.\ ..JoI".DIILY ;*, .II",?.
I U-ffl"II/Irml.thl; ; over one' hundred. at ,.H cent" The stock i on hand nt :Savannah ; : nold", three cbildren and two infant1; II') ,CI'ichard'rin. JL east t I side. of the St.: John's 1'h:
,\ l tH14 ('n ;('rl on Wedne"day.. The orange trees, about town arc putting |i is :5in i :\ ,cisks; about half of which!. ison : :Mrs\ I 1) ( Cichardsnn.: "C II Jones ol the most nttracthc place" upon\ :
I' There was now Michigan ,m the 1th mi it vigorous and 'henlth)' growth, and'fcurcely I'hilhoar.I.I1I111. when the quantity: in the I LA Hurllml.,, Mrs I I. A Ilnrlbut. Miss. iertrude ; will open Octolur' tSith. under tl >"
ob trace is left of the Injury received, hand. :* .f'prrltiaturr' and puiehasers\ :\ : i is:! de I "Clark): Mr J W \Hisbop.: Mrs Miner, inMiiiction of I.KV.: .1. II. MVII.MvKit" ).- ,
and a heavy frost! in Texas.! ducted 1 I : A pleasant) : home and. th,, ,,
the'I !, it t will be-ecu, that: 1III'ot1'crill101'1.: h:: IIIo-II'r: Willie 1'III'IIIIl'I'.J W Ca\anaugh u the cntd 1 "nnIn"1 winter. 1 F.vcti: I
Tho Count atilt. (Countess! .de Pernandina: from \ I I I i" very light, and the predi-lions are\ that. I W Hrook- J i I F.: F.IIK, Jr. >f I F. :whin; 11 F 5trltrtIi I 1. Session: ; i of ;:1:'J weeksAddiess .
b sailed: \ LI"t'l'l'k t fm1lYork in the !small' nnrM'ry tree! seem no wore I for their |I mm'h higher Inures!\ will be icncbed. The I I 'id1)nI, I Itnnta, MrJ I llanta. John ( !od-. I Ki.v.: J. II. MHi J \ |I.i.-,
hitler! ; : The cold) weather I stock I I'tt I E) ; Florence.: St: 1. John's! i 'i,
r1v steamer AYi/y)' r/ for Havana.Services experience\ proved mi hand at f i'barle t m on FI'iolaIIlght[ frey Ltopold \ tu.1 Heniutt, J F ?
: that' : while the crop might; be destroyed l. and i was ;:!,(Ol")! i casks, 1"01111i'h will have: to he I Simpson:: i: I' (arvin; Sttphen" Coon" A J ItThompson :
the church, tomorrow I ili'dnet'-'l! Hitnrdi\ :Mr .\ 1! M I Nelson IXSTIirC'TIO.XS IJV
( at Presbyterian : > :; export" and the num I \ Thompson lAMlON I\f
i iI the of for ,.
morning at 11 o'clock nnd at 7in :-">" trees kept out bearing one 1'1"11"1111. ber of casks::" in the) haluN of +|,iecnlator< andpurchasers. I I Dr J I N P.Mmp.: I II i :S; Allen. :Miss Hllcii: I H: .\1.1.i

\ yet no I permanent: I injury to the oning'-1 retsneed : ( The slock at Wilmington) on i 1:11.: MKs Irene .Allen Walters I lrook! !', HA: 'ITE II.\) Y AFTin.NooN: : ,,, '
the Ilov. Yergcronieiating.:
1 1a' 1t evening, : apprehended' on this i island. fromnny, I thuJMhn: iIM$1! I cask. which i is! less; than Fast: man.Cargo o'clock) :, October l llltli:! the un' ;,
I t TIlt Stale r>f/ Trfft took/ ;slit bales of eotton/ degree of "cold which we sire likely In experience. it has been at that port in I'enm1'111'1.: being. steamship, Sfntr nt' T<'.4.i*, from ]Fernaudina I' will open n :SCIIooL"( ( ) I'tlt) !! 11.\\1\1 | .
her to the the (first. in.staiicc, : .during) that period' when it : I to \I'Yot : .il<_' bales. cotton, M7bi children! at the Lyceum Hull.
return 1 rip.'l' nre glad see IIM
on I Win+ le:,.''HIO I I r.:ask". The"toek at New I, >.ve r cedar,1: :1J"1'!1 1 log") tt,ihi'e' 1 12111) barrels: I'pi,lets I", will be fjiseii : Tuesday I
shipment I of cotton u resumed I from/ this:' port.' i The 1 post-olllce' at I the l 1 place heretoforeknovrn I York i on I the :27th was ."..:,111 I calks'I : of( which :L'l! I barrels' I m:>li in, 2tt<) packages, ; oranj.es\ II!) nnernniins.t&'Terms. HUM 1 I

The weather has been' very tharniingdur-: : a" (Camp's\ : Mills, on the! I'eninrntttr, I '!.;,.IHI) ca!'..ks wiro in the hands nf.perltlatolsuul )pin knitis slides... .'package-. mcrchantlNe.: -. for a course of I It:! i Les i ., ,i !II j
leaving the offeringtuck) '
ing the post: week a seasonable rain: occurring I 1'ailroad: is exporter : Mi::". F. 15. LIVlNj: ( i r\,.
1 I : now designated as Campville: \ l.onO cask*. From the /foregoing it will beseen The h meeting of Weeapopka: Loilge, No. : I1Ii
I on Thursday "uccecdcd by ijuite, a cold and the !station' \ known its Dixie.) Tlifentcrpri thnt the availabletx. kin four naal :\- ".' ; "" II. HALTXKLL.Mt ; ,
2, > {\ Knight" of Honor, arc held on the 'I"
\ stores markets t is about ( cask. I
north wind. only
the I Itmthers deserves .
'. : e of Camp recognition third '< ANNM : Tt"cKii:: :, l'ialli-t.
and this with t I the light. t ncoiptit I t is anticipated i Ill-A t und Thup-day evenings in every I .. .
I The t three new 1 passenger!,! / eoache"/ whi<'hnrrivcd ; in some form, but we! think the, \ \ will raise :a a harp, \ advance: which) will moiith.nt.SoVlock.nl\' llibcrniau dull ---- -
week for the Florida Trnii"itItailroad railroad I station i and. the shotUd I NT. .UAKY'K! ja.CiM M'UihH.
this .
\ ( : post-oll'ioc' prove' very remunerative to the \producer*. A I O. Id DONKII.: : Dictator.

1 1x I, : : were niado: I by Jackson) it Sharp, have borne' the ame name to avoid confusion ,vnvn4ntg X"/I, S1'.1. WOODW,,\nn, Dictator.) :ST. LInEoHtH.: :: ( 1.v .

Wilmington Del.Dr. and, uncertainty.'. had for :a I longtime \ I' r.tl4t'of Letter.: r]11i1 I;: i.NF.ncHKs: : : : or THIS/:; ", !, ," I

l lI lf li lt ) 1 F.:. :S. I'I I'CW. Arrednndo( I Fla.: I." I its neighbor, Hawthorne, carrying: at lU-maining in the' Po.' t-Ofllceat\ IVrnamli-: Instruction u m iu Latin (Brick) :, French,, ifer- will be resumed the first I M I "
the time theminutes of Urab-all James luan: the 1 higher I mathematics and\ the 1'nglish :-l'Ilelllhcl'.IS"1. Thorouirh ,
gathering cucumbers: grown t since last crop. I same: \ \ list: Na"sau (county\ Fin., Nov. d. L K SL 1 Persons pnun. "
will HOYS nini I .
jiranchcs liejiiveii to tho .e desiring ( Uir.s: f .r ti.o. i.( t .1.1I This/ H the earliest! of the .season.! ; lie is: also tout I I r). m'. The Messrs.' Camp \ calling for I tie! .e letter"; must say advertised I it, either privately or inh "!se", :any evening I eorgia: : : ;guaranteed.;

I indulging; III wax beans, secondcrop.Tho have: created within Iwo years: a promising : in the sleek Term" moderate. Iefcrencesgiven. For> "Circular at,!"Iresv1'i

I village: have built a line steam: :sawmill, es- Rattier: Frank Hroadouf t c. witn.: i HI i
flllldJm'III."flllc I''o1llJ' Joseph
steamer' 'L i
.1I Tho"e wishing, further inforinnfion 4"
I: will)
I Line, bound for Apalachicohi' ; fromHiiiibridge tablished\ store, a cotton: gin; run by.teattl, lurn! \ Oscar\ Colwell K. please aildress slits .I. TIIOMFcrnandina\". _...._ .. .._n '.h _. __. __ I'M, il.ifl.ll)1,1'.11i'I'lfig : i
(Cobei'l Colman ylr SathhhieIlistin :
built many: dwelling houses and put mt : Cnshing! :
} l Oa; sunk nfl'4 Merry :Shoot, three l:1i: a (ioldeii; )lorry : Fla.: : : : : F.II. ;

( \luiK's below Hiinbridge, at two dirk! on several I orange groves /lilpnrd .rOl 'P" Jolly /II. F. (load( Money! for l! I t: loit. She; ,,'t. learn that the Peninsular llailroad: \Muck\ domes Soal.;: : Major: ; Confederate : .
the :'tlst I( ult. No lives were : was : us your ( Iioti'N:' with "the : : :: ATrvntMKNrsMI:=" : : 1\1:1-: ,

1 heavily loaded, I with machinery.Tho : has 1' talIi..III..ll1l1a. [ ;. station between LochlonM William", James t c-oupfins\ attncbed:\ and get the highest market TIll: llorsr.lloLD.\; ) :' : ) NF.W: HOMi :.
0r t and ( hint to be called IMand Station 1// 1:1.11 rut: io.r.r., < : : : !price for thorn.\ We are to-day paying DOMITIC.) ) :: ( \\1 ::111.: ) :SIMI 1 4 : :
S'IIIifnIHIII1 Ailnnirr( contains the I for the convenience of the residents;\ '" in J. D. Thoi.ii; ;, ainc"vi1lc( Fh.: I .:'II.IH'I"'I'' "' $1,11111/.1111| ) ) fur tllI'lII.101l1 can'ti'it lerv'ethooli'er ( nicAo[ ( ; :siMii: ( ; : : I I

i follow, "tiC'l\"f railroad incorporations/ : what is called the island between ( :Sttl'I'I': I.ionr.i.i: ( ": ,. I' M.In r. I t. open'!. ; however "lirst come firstserved En'I':1,1\ \' should! examine; inio th II "
LcesburgiV.: Indian. Iti\er: TavarcsA: Lake : Orange! and those who tie piompt, will reap its of. flu' quiet, lihl -rnnning "Hui/ ,
: t n:' I I
the ,
and, LochloiKii lakes. There several finegroves benefit. I Communicate with
Monroe( Tavares, Orlando, Atlantic\ .\ pop- ; \ are! JIf'/IIII'lu. Mvvs before; pun 1 basing) a :Sewing: ) Machinel.ulHcrs .
\. & '
the iluulanda. numbcrof others :
on ilemmnnert1'utke.'I'ittk
i Fol-i;
kit Branch South Florida, liailrul'l1'avt0'ct: :
: 0--t:! Savannah, under, stay Mr. \\'. I'. Dnsjgn: : of Tennessee. : no run ruiCMH: OK' MIS.; I IMM\: I'. III' NT. Lace: and. FallIIal'hllll'I1I ; "Oh' I'hi/i ; I
BrookK\'illl' iC (nil; If Itailroad.Tho : '
I I is about conimeneinga thirty-acre\ grove Lay: her gently .down to sleep' /'",'' llent.A ers ; yllllllg.IIIIJ'l'w and :Manii.
Ii i I steamship; whaif: \ ami lumber\ ) wharves!I adjoining that of Messrs. Fairbanks': and, With pale rose mi her breast: desirable, residence, on :Seventh' street, I Plaiter": ; Tracing Wheel". TapeMeasures '
Machine' licit-,
Tears will not her ''your kl'C'P- "Centre. .\
adjacent; have presented a very I hu".v a11pearnnc0 : pre near 1'1.1.'I'
Clark. )IJ'. I'nsign) will prove a valuable.acquisition I -. during) the past, week. .\ very large; In our State. ::.i-I If Itailroad: Otlice. (il.i; ; <:ses, Jlrush. /Pad", nubbin\ !an.I
I .,\\1 amount of freight:::: has 'been charged into dose her loving eyesLinger Wrenches ; :Shuttles; i. IhhineoJI'. ) ,
r' ri' the ears 1 i' P II. Jones' ', the accomplished' cditnrof the ( '(101111)11.4(! beyond' the kkies I fur. I!. KiiKerieh ,V lieu..
: around. {' docks, awaiting ''Syll'I'IiS[ AND) I SHIP-SMITHS:
freights are piled' her : Patterns slid.. Publications. : S
( I" All beauty now ; Semi quill: d I !
new daily I to be ; in Jack.soiiille.
published -
". :soon :
,( !. Shipment I .dress for (Catalogues: ) :; and Metropolitan. : r-, :?
,",', \ We learn from Mr. Jones that the ,Could: .1011 heir her voice, again: : First St., opposite .lycry's Stables.: : ion :Sheets; -free. I

d i iII In order to 1 transfer' the passengers) arrivinghere main purpose' of his paper': will be tn assist" Jesus' rant\ mo to His: home All kinds. of repairing done nt short notice i 1-::. ii :SCOFIF.LD:( ) : ,,

; \ on the ( 'if'of: n'h1ll'loll''Q': Sunday. in promoting the' development' \ and. progess Keep me not," your hearts would fain and l at reasonable' rates 41 4Min; 81 I W. Hay St.. Jacksonville, 1-1"
morning, ) he( Fcrnandina: JacksonvilleItailroad ) : (Jive; unto of the Slate I He nntidl'all'salarge: : circulation ;

I II I : will run an extra: train: from here outside of its borders,11101\ tlll'l'nllrgc- Friendships: \ earth-born: may !_ row, cold ; DRY GOODS. UHY GOO] );;
,I I I every! Sunday, leaving; the depot at !U' o'clock!:: Intuit of thcarcaof information through) thepress. Tenderest I tics; here. I riven : .
a. t1) Itetiirning: leave Jacksonville at .1 P.ut (;iod callclh to His I lull
; : j t ti 31r..lnnesivthnroughlyinlhutde'ithmenniide11ce I To reunite ill Heaven.:
o'clock .
i 1' iii in the future of Florida, and its: J fe T. KlYDDHave

II i :.:': I iI The Transit Itailroad: has received' four rapid growth\ in the I next li\e year' There Words: of cheer c'l'IIII".t and) \\'l'lIkThat

.f ",' i very elegant: new coaches: from I the well- is wide lield! to in Florida would .soothe and bless.Listen .
a journalism
I \\i 1, open then, to (Christ who speaks; received, nail will continue to receive, large; .shipments\ : of
\\ 1.N' I ;' known I linn of Jackson! ,v. :Sharp; of Wilmington in which we! can all play a 11..1'1111':1\1.; : \ We I'll leave not comfort:-'-.

: ) Del.) They are very handsomely have: objects of interest enough at home
/ I :
l t.J'i. :. finished without, and within and indicate without furnishing our readers u rehash of Trust Leave\your all darling mysteries: : ) In alone His care; NEW :FALL I & WINTER GOODS.

,' the growing) Ira flic upon that mad.: The the st.do political' gossip of the Northern Rid jour beait.s: bo brave\ to (bear

company put two new coaches: !! on last: press, or the dishing up for tltl' perusal the The cross that wins the crown. ---

,. ] spring.Mr.' ciime and. scandal which. occupy large: Fernamliiu: I October 115! ;, 1881. I'. Ot'I! I LAltCH:(; l : SALES:: enable us to otter thoe, (ionds; at such. low prices as caii'K' '

1 D. S. Place, the lIeli\ manager: of the space in the dailies! of,the larger cities where fail to attract those' who want Holiahlo iOODS( \ AT Loa I'riccs., Our) line- ot

\ ; Florida. : Exhibit at .Atlanta is in the :State sensational: : and. the novel\ /are craved. for /,'lIlItI(' t I f Therininitftcr\

", ., urging immediate. forwarding of articles as it morning: repast 1 by the vitiated taste; ; of tint: TIII: \\'1:1:1IXIII: :: \: : =" .. rcinvr: \ :'xovr.Miu: l u I L Dross Goods Domestic Goods
noitiiv'rt: : nurii! sroiu:. ,
i r1 (rom every' poition of the Hla'o\ hope the' community.We 1 .. ,- ... ._- _-
.1 j'I j'I prompt rcspoii"c will be made: and that, :-: Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Notions
I ,', having) the building) it will be well lillcd with Jla rkct. I. I 5.1' 1Ci11tSminday ,
1 1'1.'. ::: -
1 .
every desciiption\ of products' I from allIlI'I\ : observe that our enterprising\ neiglit Housekeeping: Goods

q \ ol I the State .... al .Ju'ksollvilh'l'rol'/I' .>Ie to hate public Rut II I,)'. : :== //711 7/:/ ; ; Ii: t-:. ,

t' 11'desire\ to call: attention to ho I l'al'lof market in each of the four wards of thecity. :: : ........... ...... 7t '''l Si.. Clothing! Cloths, Cassimeros,
J ). I ,' \(01111:1): ( : ......... ..... ja I jj i!! 71'I I X.
t :Mr.I Thomas who proposes' I forming night 'I'nr.llay, .,.... ...?.1 it: ;S tali.11'c.lntsday Hats Caps Boots and Shoes
I 1 l clas"es for any of, our young men who may Fcrnandina: : had In tier also take into consideration ...,....... i:: 17" its\ 7/:/ I':, ,

l des'ue to avail themselves; of the opportuni : I the propriety of having at least 'I'hurstl/y ........ ...... ii.:\ 7'2:! Iili; \11'. Genileiiieu's .
.-1 "J I: j one public' mtirket. Our is 1'ri.lay\ .......... ...... .. .) ; I m f!. till11' Furnishing Goods,
ty. Mr. Thomas: brings' testimonials of the present system: :. :. _

t! order. from. the John I I'ni- of I the most primitive and :suited to a \
highest!, Hopkins \population \ JI.I P 1.1'1:. will bu found toiiipletc amt. attractive, nnd will repay inspection: before. purchasim' : < .'
> er.sity In HlltilllllrC"r his ability as an instructor of about one hundred\ inhabitants.: ordering elsewhere.Xew .

I It' one wishes. lisb, t there seems no means }'(".t nf n.'I'mlldlll"

1! h hr \ .\ linn of r.lill'OlIll'lIlItr.u.tm'I: have taken by which' the tisherman; can: ascertain who iinut w.VTUIS.Saturday I York Ofllce)\ \ J j,1::. 'or.. Centre and Third Sts: : "

:,)' I contract, : to build. twenty-live miles of trestle will buy or the con-nuucv who has liMi to Noy. I S..w jO.111.. 7:20: \ i'. M.Sunday Walker: Street I t IVrnandina: Flurasv : ,
!sell. :So with all artiilos vegetables and 0...... i.il": l'Ii.i: "
t work over ants near I Luko Ponclmrtrain., I Monday, 7...... JWW::: .S:5s: }!) )
't We hopu wll1tllO proposed> railroad: from f.lrllll'l'udlld"' A central I \ market is greatly '1'u"\\.,,". S...,.. i-)::!';? !H): ll- Jllt" GOODS. GOODS.SCFIOO'L .

1 ,r i Sterling; the Maeon t P.muswick ItaiN: needed.! :Shall we remain in swaddling, ,; Wednesday, !II.> ..... lO.mi; 10:2t: '.
( clothes forever.The Thursday: }J"")...... 10:1(5: ( 11:11:1": ;
road is constructed\
I ; it will be
fHIII.ll'l'Udi Friday, 11... ... ll:2S: 11:50: '
cable: to build u trestle across Intervening ..Is00EIS'I..1ft !
MfviHiK/ifji titutr/ of Trji'ax.
I six miles between here and :St.; Marys, so ix:: nouKP.Oct. :. .
This[ ; line steamer, under. command of ,
: 1 I that our city will be on tho direct line \ : Cap :jI"-> 1'. City of P.ridgeton. Fitzgerald,
\ tain Nickerson, came in on Thursday\ \morning Savannah.Nov. .
i The SpanN'i:\\ steamer nU'It/llfU, Captain with a full freight and, passenger' list. -l- Hiirf: Odorilla) \ Wm. ft. Holland,

1 p Iv'hevatiivs: : came up from iiuarantine: to the The taste t TI-JII I is staunch iron' I'll ilLtld: plll\.
f! a line
I 1i .h'.llIIhlhul'\' and "-Sch..Iliio Turltnn, ('. It. Handy\ ASHMEAD] I31I'OTIlElts) ( )
l i : \ on Tuesday! began: \ steamer of 1 1.-11.|S. tons \register and, draws. liostoll. ,
taking in'cargo. TIll Horinijiien U ..
a very l'1e\'III\II.1 a half feet of water" and can: consequently "-:S.: S. )Horinnuen\ (:S|':in. ), I D.) IJchcvcrrari : -
I .I handsome: and trimcs>i-l with great: carrying enter tick port at any stage of : Aricibo, P. It.: '!'I 1 West I Ray Street, JACKSONVILLE: FLA..

capacity.:\ She wa..I'lIilt) near !Liverpool) : water on the bar.: Her cabin accommodations 2-:0.1':: (City of Hiidgcton.' Filzl'ralla'alillah. ; ,
I i+ of iron throughout and in line condition. :-: .
are of a'I'ry !superior order, but are at :'i-:S.: N. :State: : of 'Texasiekewun: "'huh'.ah' niitl Retail I'ulilislier.s: Itooltscllors: Mi( i : ui<>rst and
11 I is her with naval
r. J.awll'y loading stores,
present insuineient for the demand on this New York.
I cotton seed, etcfor\ the I'nited Kingdom. / Duller in Toys, Seas nail "'un.raid '.
route. If continued on this route it is pur- 4-S. P. City Hridgeton, Fitzgerald, ( "" ,

We cordially welcome the return of the 1"I"c'llln extend I the saloon deck the whole Sn: ':annaii.
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S. 1'. St. Johns., Vogel Charleston. I-rilltln, Ruling and Hinding.
I noble ,steamer Kt. John to Florida waters length of the ship.\ :She> is admirably arranged l'UtII.: : .

1 TheoA"i. is one of the most noted steamcis for comfort, and will) be' a popular --
Oct. ul S. 1' of P.ridgeton Fitzgerald
J' i ia ii City ; ,
) 1 of tho day. The happy combination ol ship on the line :She: I is considerably largerthan :Savannah.: AND! 11 J.\\t'. HOOKS for Counting Houses: Itailroads and. Steamboats.
thu staunchness' : of the sea steamer, with the any other of the vessels; hl'rduf'1rt'tun- flllLrkl'lItilo\ 11'u1.11. DeiU) Collins, BLANKS
.i to order LAW HLANKS( for lawyers and Justices of the Peace.
elegance: I luxurious and roomy accommodation ning to this port. She has made 100 trips toialvcston Philadelphia1 l
:'J-S. P. City of Hridgeton; Fitzgerald Subscriptions taken tn nil\ Papers and Magazines at Publication\
''" of the Sound I steamers\ make\ her u deservedly ( and the present is her 101st trip Savannah.\ prices.Send .

.f t great favorite. Captain Yogel 1, her out of New York. She left New'York on :H-Sell, Quaker: City, )leXdll"l'bila. for our Catalogue and Price Lusts.\ :: Send for anything in our line, and you can

i i ,skilful and courteous cnminandcr, is identi :Saturday, und for the t first: t two days encountered .. delphia.! \ get it. Orders by mail promptly attended to.
,J-S. 1'. City of Uridgcton, Fitzgerald,
i tied with her lhx'l'sIUlll1"'IH\laI'Ur.: "severe head winds. and a very heavy (Charleston. I "'l' have recently published" : Ititltvv to lie Decisions"" of flu Supreme

W ; The annual report of the Lighthouse ruin storm. She brought (Vj passengers" I in; 14 "-S. S. State of Texas Nickerson; burl of Florida Hy 1 It.: M.[ Cull. Paper-price' $3. Two Yearn Abaft IheMust.

Hoard :says: that the new lighthouse) : on the cabin, u largo part of whom were takento New York. F.Jordan., "5
Hy Paper' cents cloth
; $1. Orange Inserts
; : American' Shoal, Florida reefs;, was completed : (Illustrated
Jacksonville\ the 1-0 UT.S.
train. IX
] and lighted;: for the tint: time on July on inoruint Paper $1. ..inof the above Hooks mailed to any address] on receipt' of price.'
t .till I last, It is in perfect\ order and completes S. Horimiuen' Hchi-verrari: 1iitous.
? the chain of lights; on the Floridareefs. IVi-sf 1:"U 11/1, '('''. Hark Nonpareil. iibb.>. U-'t:; tons. Asmir.Ai: > iutoTiuitsly : ,

,., ., :;. In order tn' complete thcsyMem, of To the h'llitor: ,/ the Mirror : Hark Hark Alice Fsko Campbell.( ltus.), Jlt'rltll.l4iH liitnn.4J: \ (!(:!!tllIlS.l oiis.. a=- JA'CKSONVILLi! ::, FLA.
': lighting; hl't'l'I'1l'W River Inlet, \. C,, and ,
I r<7 t C.ip: Canaveral, Florida there is necessary The time from\ h'lrl\"e to Waldo by piivate. l Park Itoyal: Tar (Chit), Felkin, 717 tuna:!

: to bo established, t two first: order lights The conveyance or the: Santa IV Canal, I is (trig Ktna.: ( hr.) McKtnmi.( Ill tons.Hrig \ S. ]3. HUBBABD & CO.'
Od.irilla.\! IIoII.ni t. tons.Sib. \ !
at Cape 'nr.urth C Carol!
report lIaHIC, ,
from Waldo
an to Jacksonville
; ;*ti !.
\liC'l' Tarlton, Handy, :: tOil!'
and the other midway between St. .Au
gu na.,..tine. Florida. and Cape' Cana.cral, Florida by rail.just", three and a ,: hours, making Soh. Pains, F.ldridge, 'S! *l li; ton. ..J.u.USOXl'l.onll: : ) ,' .
inust be l'lll"trUl'tl.l.Ohol11,1:: Congrcs. ; the time from Melrn';o to Jacksonville Sch. Stephen: { ItviiiU'tt\ Douglass) :, "" ;:13 ton.
uiithorun these structures, plans and csti four and a half hours, and yet tho Crttnt 'h. l V:. II Potter, Shurer: : l'J ton+. TllOlJ-:; .1I.1];: AND( IIHTAIL DKALKItS: : : IN
1 N'h. :Silas. C. Kvans: :-: 'I'alll2'1 ton>. 1 .
mates will be subtuitle'l.S'wtuunuh.li'ns..1t \ ocr Spring, contrasting;' the tlmo ahem the 1I1PIIUt\SII\. Ilurdutiro. shoes Doors Sash, Jllimis l"uln'IiI. Oil'S -.

n meeting of exhibitors at the Atlanta: Ureen ('0\\, Spring A: :Mflrose\ lUilrotfi I I"
; f Tam '"I'I'I1's.(' U\JI: : '
Iu ..er.erH. per steanuhip\ Mite 't R+ ; txn l'U'I-:. $ (; :
F.sposition heldon tliv2: >t lin>t., the statement "built, wy "it \now usually take tlu 11a'litu 1'1'1\11\\ New fork :A'ovembfr: : I I' laiueiuulwiftt I I11IT1\i: i. Ioin.H: [ .,XII ,1i.\S; \O. I'l.I'! Klliin; : axn'n. U'TIIEH:

was! made: that many of them: ha\o\ taken,; uvompH\ ) : the rumul 1 Irlji.'* )1.P Mr WClirUtviivjn" thnvi-MWrvuiinil! .3i KMIA&VKIVti I'OWUKU)} lUUUKD; ) nXI'j''lta: ( : :. 4j.jlll: >,lj

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transportation "'(' wish him c"erlIICI'lII.. ral interest the will give turh information
XKIVS.Alachna. speaking of the cold wave of December ;80 l'I1
of the Florida as! we arc able to do. And first ns to tinpostponement -
has -The surveying )party
and 31 1, ISNl, asserted that it injured the or E I.TIIICIIII''O !- .Thell'\\ just
ange crop and trees "all over the State." \'('al'hl'11'1 of the death of Chipoo! the chiefof Southern Hallway are now within a few of the sale of the Florida

Well, the only\ excuse we can make for suchan the remnant of bl11\llof Tallahassee Indians \ mile of .town, and the work along the whole Central. This sale: was postponed by an order '

PJCVTH: OF : IR. l:. M. llAMtTox.-We are assertion\ i is on the ground of i ignorance.The \ \ on the 10th of October( last. This line is being rapidly pushed forward Tho of Judge 1'ardee upon the petition of

pained to be culled, upon tq chronicle the man certainly did not know what hewn noted Seminole wllrrior, 'M \11':1UI can ho grading is finished far as (kall11111 thesupcrimiten(1ent Spencer) Trask, who, we understand, holds

death of the above young gentleman, whichxcurrcd writing about, or else he was guilty of learned, was a little over one hundred years Major[ N. H, Gruelle, states: one hundred and ninety-sevrn eight! percent.

nt his home in this city on Saturday wilful misrepresentation, The\ orange! crop! of ago, and had up( to a few mouths: back, that, the cars: will ho running to Ocala by State of Florida bonds: which are a

of last week, after a long and painful was: not.injured\ in any of the counties: south been\ able to engage: in the huntami! annual\ the 20th of next month. Mr.[ C H. William part of thoso exchanged for Florida Cent rut

Hlnes His funeral took place at the Episcopal of Sumter, and very little, if any\ in that. festivities of his tribe, but.lias at last had to : *., one of the contractors, left 1'alatkalast ;:: bonds, and placed by Littlelicld, or some <'t
following day at 3 in., Ocala where he will his associates In the hand of
church the p. county ; and wodoasseit that \not the tonderest succumb to old ago.; Ho Vully participated: Wednesday for C'oddingtoti

neB. W- Meaney performing the lat sad vegetation." injured in the vicinity in the long :Seminole war, and at the time commence the grade for this place with a for sale: in 1870 or l !<71, when Littlefield .\

rite. Mr.[ Hampton had been a resident of_ of Tampa.) We, therefore, olTer a healthful Billy Iiowlegw anti his companions; were deported 1 force of 320: hands, immediately. three Co were luxuriating) In the great harvest

(raincsville several years, nt one time being and pica-ant home to all)) who are dipoed ..- to the Indian territory( in IS.Vj Chip. of the contractors will :soon; beat work coming which grew out of the $1.000.000 bond will

associated with his brother, Mr.[ W. W. to cast, in their lot with us.-Cucumbers co and his! band managed t-i elude their pursuers thi w ny, Tin is the mo.-t encouraging: die which he 1111111 ipllatell.. These:: bond

Hampton, as editor of the Times. He subsequently pea' beans' \ and tomatoes are in and have !since lived here and there in news wo have yet received, and kills all were not among\ those sold to the) Dutchmen,

engaged in the practice of law, market, 1111101'lIit'l' :sue, and flavor.-The the Kis: immee country, though of lateyoars: doubt as: to our long needed necessity rail but, understand: have been held by Co.i-

Gut owing to feeble health was forced to surveyors of the Tropical K.iilroad: reachedBrooksvillo their main camp has been about twenty-live road.: -The :steamer: UtJt'im has: been purchased dington ever since he received tI:111lnt'l i

abandon: his profession about three years: on ;Monday.( They will probably -' miles" : eat of here, near the Catfish lakes by Messrs.: Alexander St. Cluir alter the Bradley decree in the Schnttc: caIn 'I'

mien, since which time he was a confirmed reach here some time next week.-A Though not actually engaged! in the111'11101'\ Abrams and Sununerlin\ to ply on the lakesbetween \ deciding that cnc.Judge: Bradleynflirntrtlthat I

invalid until death OainegvillfJice.; / thousand acres of land are being planted in able Dado's] ; massacre, in 1S3.: Chipco wapresent !'! their new town of Tavarcs, and the Florida bonds which had been exchanged -

THE I'rnue Lvxiw :-;ELtcrE1) Felt SCHOOL vegetables on the Manatee[ river, and, whatis at many massacres: and battles' of other landings on lakes Eustfo: Harris and for railroad bond, and\ were in the

l'cm'E.Hon, Walter Gwynn, who has more, these lands are rich hammock.Oranges ,- minor importance. In talking over his past: Dora.: -Our palmetto tree contains a sap, hands of lonn fide holders for value, were
l for but which by evaporation, becomes a superior a lien the road for whose bonds
been engaged the past: summer selecting pub- are ripening very rapidly and large career, he always expressed: regret upon \ they

lie lands 'fo -school purJlosclHler\ an act shipments:: will soon\ commence.-(iittf lost one deed, which was the killing of white glue, The sap is obtained by tapping the tree had been exchanged: Under the Bradley

of Congress of May 20( 1820: ( which gives the 1'r'OJrt.d, infant. by tossing! it up and,catching: it u* it similar: to the manner in which the sugar decree the ,Jacksonville I'ensacola & Mobile

State authority to locate lands anywhere inTallahassee came down on the point of his hunting maplo is tapped One tree will run as much road was sold, the sale confirmed, nnd the

Newnansville, Augustine Lost: week, in speaking of deepening our knife The usual formalities peculiar to [Indian as two gallons The glue produced i 114 usedin road turned over to the trustees: of the Dutch
districts in lieu of deficient, 10th channel we stated that Colouell.mtrkitiSinith tribes were gone through with at his: shell work;::, audit is thought that if Introduced bondholders The l"ll'rillCentral was also:'
and ,
section, was in the city Wednesday, and informed estimated: that (he rock at the mouth of the death, six tine horses and many fat hogs it would supersede: nil! other muci sold, but the sale was not confirmed for time

that he had completed his labors. river could he removed to the necessary' having been :shot and killed at his grave, ]lages with cabinet makers and book-binders. reason' that other parties; came forward nnd

He his us selected about ;;),000, ) acres, most of depth for $(!/rIM). Since then the Colonel informed and hi* rifle and huntingaccoutrements:;' together Orange growing is undoubtedly one of offered n higher price for the road' than that

which i is in Orange, Sumter, llcrnando and us that in a recast: of his figures ho o with cooking u II", were buried the leading enterprises in Florida No cropis at which it was bid oaf at the said sale. The
found that it would take somewhere in the
1'011countie8 llcrnando furnishing more I with him, so that ho might have the use of !surer; or more remunerative. It requires court directed the road to lie readverfiscd

than any other, county. The proceeds from neighborhood l of$littt)0.) Of one thing, however o them in the "happy hunting grounds." The only a moderate capital to establish a grove and sold. This sale was postponed once by

the sale of this land will be turned into the there is no longer any question, and remnant of Chipco's band now numbers but of four hundred trees. The wild orange order of the phiintiiT's t attorney, and last
that is i that channel is of being
treasury of the common school fund, and our susceptible three warriors, with theif1\ women, children grows in this section of our State, and is week it was again postponed by order of
to 12 feet at low tide for less
the jnterest on the same will be expended deepened and negroes, and the. chieftain's, mantle has easily: transplanted and grafted with the Judge Purdec, who granted a temporary injunction -
than (
$ by
toward time support of the public schools. $20,000 appropriated descended: on the shoulders of Chipco's oldest sweet variety. The cost of transplanting and upon the pctltioli of Mr. Trask,
the two last has it to !J
The land will be placed on sale at -a very Congresses deepened son, who will be kn&wn in diplomatic budding is limited at one dollar per tree ; i who is the holder of the whole or a part of
feet, (!G 0) feet wish, and with the exception of
early date; and we understand that capitalists circles as Tustenuggee t Tunusky. There are one hundred t Tl'l'l1IIa bo set on an acre, i i the Coddlngton( bonds I as we have. before
the little patch; of rock at the mouth of the
have: expressed! a desire to purchase other Indian bands residing! below Okocho- but the most experienced orange growers stated. This case will be heard nt the next
river, the work for the dredge is in soft mud
'about half of what has ,been sell'ctcd.'e : bee, but they arc steadily decreasing in numbers say that seventy-five to the aero will do term of Judge\ :Settle's court, which meets in
which is easily scoopedaip. A channel of
arc.not prepared to say what will be the price and persistently rcsfct every effort of much better in the long run\ and good trees!: the early part of next month. In view of
12 feet of water at low tide is better than
'asked, but presume not less! than 1,23 per our government to ameliorate, their condi will produce from fifteen hundred to twenty- the magnitude of the interests involved(
over the St. Johns bar, where only 12 or 13 +
acre, as much.of it i is valuable 1 Kind, and feet depth is had at high tide-Tainjxi Tri- tion.-/Inflow Ltfurttaud.I'trtnrtur..hj$ five hundred oranges. The fruit docs not we presume: it will be heard ns soon ns

woifld readily bring from $o to $10.. -Gainesville lt'IC. all mature once, the same tree showingthe the court convenes. The main question

Dee. Bankrupt corporations In other places blossoms: : and green and ripo fruit at the we l'rcllullic-thouh: ; we are but a lay-

Levy. should teach our city fathers to be careful same time and till fruit season covers tho period man and make no proton(ion to legal
THE n .. \rny.-Tuxes are high. The
\ From the large quantities of Cedar Key the management of the finances. Just at from October to )[I1Y.-Lccslury Advance.Smctincc. acumen-will be whether the CoddingtOn
people are complaining, and justly, too.
oysters which are e'eryenson:; transportedto this period, when Palatkn may be said to bonds are entitled to be considered ns being .

Though! perhaps, they themselves and not Georgia, lam inclined to think they arc take a step in advance; when her prospects AUCA, SOIL Axp CfIMnSuWlln'e county in the hands of loiui fide holder for
the office-holders are re! op.portunity
them last year by favorites with your good people. It has been open up for the better, we_'hould be admonished contains: an area of about seven hundred value, as were those which had been sold to

was presented experience in my travels that where not to saddle her with a taxation;) that and fifty square miles, or four hundred and 'the Dt li. "In'Stllcr' w trill:-Vhc"th"eVthehe
which could have inaugurated
-they ntcast -
ures that would have brought- relief from these bivalves are best known they are most may bo onerous and oppressive 'rho time eighty thousand: acres.: Of this territory, bonds should bo Considered n.s Valid as

the heavy burthens- have been carrying appreciated. Their peculiar flavor, dill ring to open streets to the river is important, and over two hundred\ thousand, acres belong to against the road as were those held by the

fwr They have refused to avail themselves so much from those on the Atlantic coast, the time will come when the population will the United! States: government, and subjectto Dutch, or be void as against the State and

years. recommends them to the most fastidious, justify the not Lemon purchase at government price1-one dollar road which;
{ of the opportunity. They voted almost expense, only on ns were those had 'been returnedto :

solidly, without regard to party, against which causes the demand to be far greater street, but Front street, leading to an opening and twenty-five cents per acre-or to (& tho State without having hl'I'lIl:1oh1.: Upon .

the convening! of a convention for the revi- than the supply. Thissupply, however, can northeast on the river. It is so easy to tual settlers: under, the provisions: \ of the tho merits of this question we do not care nt
be largely augmented by giving the same make ordinances to issue homestead act of Congress at cost of
sioh of the State Constitution. None claimed ; scrip and bonds. a this time to express an opinion ; it is before

that the _organic law, foisted upon; us by care Gulf and is-bestowed attention to their cultivation on the Much of this kind of public ]legislation is about eighteen dollars: including nil expenses :- the courts and will soon meet with judicial ,

aliens and tIle i ignorant of our population as on' Chesapeake bav. somctfmes done at a risk that parties in a ) for tracts of 80 to 100 acres. Tho decision. As to tile suit of Sherwin_ ___ nentnstC __ ,__!n.__
The "
was a Gt'instriiinent for the government; ofa Gulf rntsbesthebestplantiuggroundssouth private transaction would! not dare to enter State owns thousands: of this, area, denominated Willard, C. II. Allen, et nl., in the State
of the Chesapeake.: The laws of the into. Three or four thousand dollars for school, seminary, internal Improvement -
sovereign people. But they feared the expense State of Florida Circuit Court for this district, the facts mo
of such a convention would be greater give protection to this valuable the opening-' a street just now is a little and swamp and overflowed lands, and about ns follows : This suit i i-! brought to restrain -

than they could hear Better, in our judgment the industry, and offer to every oysterman! more than the town i is able to. stand at this which can he }purchased at from seventy thc defendants from receiving, transferring
opportunity( of making a good living. period at least.-':" The finishing of four cents to one dollar and twenty-five! ccyitspcritcre.
up( in
however, that taxes be somewhat increased Yes if industrious or anywise disposing: of the property ] .
adopting a plan to carefully new stores and othvr Largo tracts also owned
0 improvements } are by
keeps' known the
if materially ns Jacksonville
one year, thercaftcr-thcy are foster the finest beds and Pensacola
reduced. \\'ol\re gratified to observe in the wholesale ) not indulge things busy\ Every; mechanic is employed, capitalists, whose agents are not disposed to and Mobile Hail road, which was purchased
that the spoliation of important and the common laborer find no time to extortion on tho honest immigrant propos tho
State press are discussing this sub- beds, which is too often done when the by representatives of the Dutch bond
jet rationally, dispassionately! ; that theyare seems inexhaustible fortune awaits quantity loaf. Everything is lively and pleasant, and ing to cast his: lot among us. Time soil is holders.: This road was sold: tinder the Bradley

losing sight of party interest and looking The increase in if we keep on we will become a great people generally n fertile Bandy loam, with a subsoil decree given in the Schutte ease This
many. our population in
tad the trelGare of the whole people without the winter, and the fact that Cedar after awhile.-From the sources of Information of clay, easy of cultivation 'nnd. well suit wu.s managed 1 commduemEtltoaSuccess.:
regard to creed color. Key oysters we tire led to believe that European: adapted to fertilizers. There arc very little ful iksue!
party or They arc are being called for in all parts of the : by C. Willard, Esq,4', ; \ Washington .
beginning to realize the fact that without a Southern the immigration will, at an early day, turn to waste lands or such as cannot bu easily made City, as the attorney and agent of the
country, arc reasons there is
cotihtttutionnl : a the South, The Northwest: the available. The climate vcry.'pleasant: both
convention the State government large growth in the consumption and great open- Dutch bondholders, Adolph Kngler being

l'I1.1IC'I'r. rh tself of sinecures, and less the supply is: increased so as: to, meet this tin. ing heretofore for I immigrants:, has been winter and summer, the mean temperature Trustee and holding the bonds for the own- 1

'that, a* long as sinecure positions exist, the I demand prices will, no doubt, advance. An found! uncongenial. It is said that many express in the winter months being about 50 Fnren- ers Mr, Willard had associated.1 with him

"people 1 mint be taxed to support them and I immense business a purpose to seek: homes in Florida. licit, and during tho summer, say from June Jacobus Werthelm LL. D. .
:: is now being done by the a lawyer of Amsterdain .
as long.as they pay high taxes for that which lisp, dealers of Cedar Key with all interior Now that our great railway system leading i to September, t the average is about ft; ? to 85, Holland, as the attorney for the

Brings no return', they will be kept poor.Guincsrille .- cities and towns In Georgia and South; Caro South,11nd especially in Florida, open up a The mercury very seldom rises[ above 3O' In bondholders In Europe. The] understandingand
lite. vast domain, easy of access, where crops: ofevery the sluvle. nil in the summer,the nights> are
lina. Hundreds of all
: and hundreds of barrels purpose parties was, in the event
description can bo8uccessfully raised cool ItllIlllc.tlilUllt, having the benefit of the
lllllsborouph tierce and of the bonds
: hogshead of fish are moved was t-stabjishcd I,
to say nothing of the great fruit-growhig Interest breezes from both the! Atlantic and Gulf. It
T" I'\ HOME. We every week. Last to settle their affairs and
AS! A very frequently season empty packages reorganize the roads
will, no doubt, attract the attention l is a matter. no little surprise! to those who
see articles in the newspapers of Florida, and' were exhausted, and fish were shipped from the on tho basis of what is! known its the Mem.
of better clasps of understand it that invalids
Utiropo to our fair : should seek the
In the Cedar to oran lIlII I'lan.] That .
correiHjndencc of Northern papers Key Georgia in bulk by the carload and humid plus contemplated
sunny land The great railroad atmosphere of the lakes rivers and
monopolies ,
from Florida and from the formation of the Jacksonville
recommending certain present and Mo
many ( controlling therotites from New sea coast! in preference to the more salubrious
of this State as a winter residence. shipments this season will have to be made : i bile Railroad Company. Such'a companywas
York to the and
have ]heretofore had full equable climate of the pine lands
With ll due deference in car load lots. Tho fish formed under the
to those papers and this season are general \a'ofllOratfon
very control of Castle Garden and the thousandsthat of the interior counties.Suwanee
correspondents, we claim that it is not only large and! ohullCriorlluality, and are selling arrive there. But the J.I/IJjlJlet County act of Florida, and is now a body corporate|
a* a winter !home that we can recommendour at prices which, when compared with past and is changing. It cannot,. be will change, o of tho Stare. C. II. Mien is president of

section of the State, but as a homo for seasons, must! be very remunerative to dealers the '( "of the kept from Its!ILItOfP NOTES. said compay 5 Its directors, we bejieveare :

.. all ,year round We have never foundin Our Gulf-mullet fishermen do not use the Northwest'ye" has intelligent been visited immigrant that Messrs,. Robert Walker, of Tallahassee, II,

ftiy section uf the State any portion whereit a forty-horse... power engine to draw in their year, with untold 'disasters! ; while, year hero after I'JCNHICOLA. it ATLANTIC Porn.-A. J. Lane Ij, Hart, of I'ulatka, ,James 1{. {Paine of
: the
was more pleasant a* a summer home. seines, o.f the North Carolina herring fishermen products of the soil "' t Co. earned up another gang of 58 men ontoe Jacksonville, and Robert I', iM.clge I of Wash
are sure with
The hottest time of the day here is from sun- are forced to do, but Jf the demand continues disaster ''to Interrupt the yeomanry scarcely, a Mobile to Milton-on Tuesday.[ They go ington City The roads: were to be turned

rising to about 0 o'clock in the morning. .At to increase, as it has for the pastTjeason peaceful pursuits. .-1'u1t. lka Jlit in his to 'work about :2O miles cast of Milton.- over to this company. The company was
this hour,a breeze springs up, and is usually they will have to adopt the same means! proders are at work grading time' site of the then to issue Its bonds for not exceeding

continued without intermission until about for catching the mullet, which run in schools Starter lead. new depot between W-right and Ik-lmont $12,000>er mile for the entire line of: corn

daytigbtnext morning. Our night* are delightfully of thousands! and the supply then, no doubt) sad We were pained to ] yesterday of Hits streets. Crasstics aro being delivered at the pleted] road ; these bonds were to be i issued

pleasant>and we can sleep with will be largely increased. No fish Is more and sudden death of Mr, George T. same point; also large quantities of lumber in two series, the first series to be equal in
comfort and wake so refreshed by the night'srest palatable! than a good fat mullet nicely of Helena formerly of New York -Huge pile( of steel rails are being made amount to the principal and {mU.tvt of what

a* to enable us to stand the heat until 0 broiled, and our Southern cooks know how : City He left'Jjcre, Thursday afternoon a along the old Muscogee track, preparatory ore usually known n* riiMicolaand. Georgia

. o'clock. In the sun it is certainly hot, but todo this to (perfection. Sheepbliead will soon hilt little boat before. dark, and on Friday morning, to track laying.-;- OritJIflt.1of Colum bonds; and were to be juid to the holders of

the heat is so much tempered by the cool be plentiful, and our Northern visitors can and was found driven ashore, hit hat bus, Ga., arrived OH Monday aiid'' went to tho IVnsacola and Georgia bond for the Illr.

and refreshing breezes that men can work in indulge to their heart's content in this! favorite the boat oars were also, found, and not far from, the front to take a' place on the engineer render of Bald bonds arid were, to constitute

the sun all day and not feel it more than in I of theirs of the tinny tribe. Bass! and the beach.his body W \1UQI1-WalItJt.'t) up on corps Mr. Charlie Joseph( of the name a first lien on the roa-1. The bonds: of the
a more northerly climate gentleman from I trout are plentiful, and of good size. But in Broome was well advanced I city I is .i20I.tallt i to (\\fa engineer on tho first IIIY'-OUJ series were to be used to put the roadi'
Maine, who came hens with his: family in few blacktUh !arid red tnappcrs have been yean, was quite favorite among: our re.lIJ )'.- '',iamro/rt (jiuctte, in thorough repalr'otd for division
1870, told us! that he had not lust a day's I' caught but M soon a!I Northern dealers commence all of whom deeply lament over the TUB il truto.mn StJTIJ-We, have been in.terru tho parti** In Interest.-.Jartnnn-tite 1'ufau.among
ad .
work on account of heat tince he had been : to send in their orders fUhermen will occurrenctv Captain Edward:: *, the atetl concerning tho nature of the _.

here, and that he labored with sort raw I turn their attention to these, and moot all enterprising! and accommodating manager of railroad! litigation mentioned in the new > ;lottce.fo 7'uxJ1It"'M..
than where he came from demands. Later in the Ixt-sbur..;?, Hlv:: Our winter the "ea.JO'C will fur- Hprini"K and the fifccti these suit will am to m-ri ve State au \ Cmiii-
Tampa bay is just about l jmrfect.eli.I'J113tcon ul,h you with a statement of khipinenU of Steamboat (Jjnipany/pald/ : u-m visit'' thU have on the dual settlement% and probably ty Taxes: ;Aitxl fur the year Js.sf.atmy!!

correspondent! of the Greett {tof Satiny, writing !! thh! and oysters from Cellar Key.I .-(i.rrw;v#.- week.: Th14> i nw !lion i I.< tvrtainly u greate'nmyen'xnee of th--rail road interest to which adjustment on otllc-e.Third Jn!t.f&preu street: printing iMjutWuuent,
they refer ..
from Clay county. some week since, j I i much We d i>> not feel adequate t J a full answer to .lta'-,: F. S.OIT
ral-dj' Uat r"11)roliu'k[ ; thew Collector of Hcvrque: fur :s" *wm f 'i.
1l4IUIl:!, [but as i it I Is a waiter of :mjr{
.. gen- Fcrnundina, Fla.: October iTOL ;. INl.

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.t'{ run: Rouxi nr (JrJ:1"; tage Ibis mornin', secin' as there S.s a dNh!, o' I denly marrying'the dandified Ijudonbredvalet I the bundle:\ gently: from her, and letting his I the Worrotks' duelling\ would have ,,

t / milk in the pantry." He grinned till his of the Squire, while they were with I huge figure carefully sink down into the begun to suspect that the sick \voiuuit 1tlll hail\

red, gums crone into sight i in, enjoyment! of tar family tip in town It was a great blow chair which Mrs. Warrocks hurriedlybrtnght not tal.ln in hand this suitable scht'utrtvlnninr )

strand his f wn jok('. Her looks might lurlll'l! to !the young smith, and the prompt conso forward for him Where shall J Jbe. j back John to confidence in bert'
Two children down l h y the shining it coir !" Again he stooped Iris ngtd, (back l lation! which the mothers of marriageable .iii ?" general. Slresiemcd nut unwilling t tha'
With eye ns blue as the summer sea, to the hoeing of the )otatoe!l while the yellow girl in the should
little cluubt."i
k' nil the land ) village \\11 willing to oiler hil "The first. come to, the one on (the he retain 1 .
While the "inkin'tlil thin : about/ 'Ol
J.lIl1l'rllnow hovered the straw did not help r will never of I and Alfred
hll.II got
t With the glow of n golden mystery ; hat, as! Iftry'illg to get a look of the! wrinkled marrying after this, he repeated 11-111; all, tut} speaker closed, her bright eyes and hell,"' she would say.onn.1: Blt tOgther1: i \>-

Laughing.: / nlolllnt the its:seamcw's breast cry, face beneath it, and. not succeeding.Not \-M\n.\ \ The forge became silent and) John leaned( back on (the pillows. The long speech great htcn', .lulu\ ,. It Isn't tOie in a)th.n.\

razing with jov on :snowy more than three minutes It parsed beforo S'timsoii was continually( : to be either in of ( she had, made and the x- sand: are 'quite happy. t'lll'IIII.\It!
; tnn ksfrnntlieevenimrsky, !ll'l 'xplalatol ( !
Till the first
, ( tar the, strong: quirk blows of tho youngblacksmith's the Royal Oak or roiling away from it to (' rearouscd feelings about her Worrocks, as you know, le .
+ stretch wist.A !
rr Ami the ninlier, bars over ; "llf'rl.bltr
: hammer out on the anvil\ his 1 1t( This "
rang lonely ( age. wellt Ol.\lltilnth-f ]lo.t husband, l had nearly exhausted her. .
i in the adjacent forge.; ""\h," muttered Stephen ers in the village who bad ,tl"htt'r1 John Stlmson, in a iroll'n l'l. and in 1 At that very moment 1'U.I'I'II'l.t\I". n
!soft' irrei-n Ilelll.\'' the breezy !shore, Hicks, looking nt from his work, "I their hands: said, if ho lalt carry 1011 formal manner which have not been the 1'latch'III'r was very lotully goin',"
'I. .sailor lad ninl: a maiden, fair ; told. her he WOIII.lllot be ille long.; A suddcuires'lvevusuttltliesl'tnker. like that it wOIIIII.fill butter for him out of place in reading wOlfl notices on forwn'.1 il roost "

i Hand, clasped! !in 11:11)11fllile thctalc yore \ : "I'IIgtlan' not to think marrying. The vicar spketo the church door, began with the topmost Well, it ,10'SI't matter to mo," re(1liii i
1 .1s )borne niriin 011 tho listening( air. have look at little llsthor myself.: It is ( him, but
a though John listened. to him letter. Neither it nor any' of the etherswhich the yutulgsmith,11angieg his head so as ; ,
t: For love I N young) !though love ho old, worth twopence any time to see her pn.tlyfal'e \\lh a dogged rtspeot, so 11011" thin reverend he read after it had 1 anything very hide lie reddening hicks. "I I-hnl IIIMmarry. I'
?, And lovc'nlone the heart can till ; through. the panes: : .VII faces are not had finished the special in the content" They were ."
1:111'1111 speaking just
: !
And the dear) old talc that has heen told alike, not even female :&. Keating: the 'n1lg mih !>straight to the I Koyal;Oak epistles n an honest, affectionate sailor husband ThIl rejoicing light came into the sill !k

,'. In the day gone by is spoken still hoc again the hedge\! he went down I the and hiin..clf there to a stale of stu- on the sea, would, write to a woman's glittering (-('!

{garden( ) path as quickly ns his rheumaticstill'encd ,a'licd tip{, inc ;; .\ trini-hnilt home on n sheltered, bay: ; legs would let him, and very soon \Kay tl'il\ her hand upon him, with a Jesuitsurprising t cmegiven of the voyage that( was! being and John Stimson had become lh,1

r .\ wife looking out on the glistening; !pea ; he was stooping at the willow! of the next 1) to I h'I'.II i made, calculations were roughly pone HIl common talk of t the village. Sunn-of'ilil

I> .\.prayer for the loved 1 1 l one far away tllol.l, cottage brushing I l its glass with the broad: She had bl11 in I the habit. of 1 leaving tractsat into of prospective gains: when his: l pay I became the men rallied him about it. Taking car.1
\ And\ prattl'iiimps' : } beneath hril of his straw hat, as hesmilod and, 1)lll.l"1 the cottage in his as at due ; hopes et' greater lrmlwriy to to stand well out ot'.the loath of ,
ft ; and spoke merrily to some Ola with III. other house in 11e'S If'lllc come in this humble al- told him that lleoll
every hc had way IIIlnl ; n11 arms they
IJt III Ililo !
( not
liftellatl'h, alliIn radiant farefly the .ila :
.\ (lie rl'IJ'r will look through cl"e11l'lIt discontinued calling ; : Wfre'lcllth': recurring mention of little been long in picking np another
the door in the falling night Hicks he she .ohl'l lII:1rri"c 8\edll'llt
; ,
Stephen or
open as with Harriet ill. ,
1! Maples was ( came Fierce his fit !
j .\ welcome home and t'11is u fond embraceFrom and his chill will Sll' that the only oicupant of thobhcksmith's 1'lr. I would, be (ilnk1I! said I!,l, that; It's me-I am little ];sther'more thanonce hearing temper the hated huk'II'.1 word, but' he 1'11' II"it.t'd 11 ,"+I t,
the lovn youth little Ellhl'I'-\
( silting 1)01 was !if she W'lt to the cottage she should saysomithing sail the tiny iolll'I.hail'el figure, sitting and if he growled forth a warning time
dren htiuht.An child, of about three, with blue
eyes about ha" : '
that and ; ( further .
matter, it was too Oi 1111.'Jlllllg came no explosion. ole of tilt,
r gleams of the sky, alI Hood, golden curls silly I topij for her to speak upon. Ilowever out in the reading gave her fc.llg women held long whispering talks on tic:
nsod!; man in an old nrtn-chnir ; pouring over her shoulders. She lay upona ,
, .III now paused at the ftI'gC one'lay, portance subject with JIrsVorrocks( \h(1 they vvi-i-
A golden, IL'ht: from the western !sky ; hugging in her arms omc-- He knows it is Hut tn't
when John ,
the o'r
:1:11),1. I was standing' nmodily within it, you. you lu together drawing water at will day
HI* wife hhi' side, with her silvered hair, dressed doll, the gay 11"01l' working, and banded, in through theopen be tiICSOIIl" rlllarkl.1 her\ mother, suddenly 1- ing clothes on the green."She ,
And the 1)(1ru Hook of (Sod close\ by. of which hall; indeed, offended Miss I ]Kay's: lot window to him a thin tract entitled alert again on these occasions ; the
Sweet on the bay; the /gloaming falls, notions of It was little 1'sther's: has got some IlOliol in her head I Iam
economy. The Drunkard's) ) .Something in brightness in her eyes seeming to thrl'atrl "
d And bright i N the plow ofthcevcningstar ; : there I that had, for some months I his of 0001 the to melt intoa sure, said Esther Hill's not very .sweet-
presence manner from her t'ura'"he-Iolkcllclowl
taking falill relative. "I tell that by
lint dearer to them are the jasper wnIN past! t made the blacksmith's panes a soil of rooted her to the Jap'I' at the child kllWI tNllwrlt can her
snot She wlllshe II..t ,
And the streetof the Land far.11 lltlow which f,1' I IIIIIIenl ways on. I'cfore she asked ine'to "
gulden : II 1hOW-W against I nearly everynose saw: spread was: so soon to leave: behind in the rough Ioln' t"
tl in the village itself! at sometime 111.hlib'j'lhly: open across IHI him, I used! to see her sit
lIalrlH11 on take the big ham wo
all her chair outside the door and smile(
i .\ old churchyard a green hill-slde, or other .hlrillA day, the oyes peeping mer. (Jiving the ponderous up implement. l"tool time to time Esther Hill gently interrupted his at him
a he hHut mind
Two 1 lying .tillin their peaceful rest within : to the hip of (little the something as went was so full
; injury mighty over his tall head he reading: t to explain! ,
swing brought then that he took no notice of her. Ni she
The fishermen's boats going out with the Either made her In'llril1l'l, so that everybody it down the with crashIng or to talk generally"of! her lead: hl..han,1, '
upon open pages a sato me, across! aunt ? That
:. tide know where She was not Then the brief pa"ii" John 'Wi 'Ul
llltl blow, the of which made her : e over, ,
0A ;' In the fiery glow of the amber welt Ihe' black"lIIith' ,! ; it was the fact of her hands to ling temples and leap sev'put began afresh, his color (changing ever-and- she has I 10tion I think o' some she fOl't I would lisk
life and show
: ;' Children's laughter and .the old men's sigh, her not being his which made her ho the affectionate my ; might more
:, presence oral inches with a scream. When she 1)nstop(1td again as came on more confidence{ in me who took her into
i The night; that follows the !morning char, in the cottage so curious. I her cars to listen to what John Stim-t I passage, He[ read,I fluently and well for onein door her and the She has inad'e 11IWII
I;; .\ rainbow bridging our darkened skies, She: is 1 all the family I shall have, or a"Il I son might, be saying to her, as: he glared at his station in life; his uncle had sent him little,minx as I'hi.1 us if he : 11It

Are the round\ of our lives from year to ever want to have "hilIsay l hroall-sholllI'n.t I her over the hammer: handle, she found it to I I schoolmaster( in a l<,ighholilA village to father 1'1111 fonder" was (
own ,
year Uh was this
Well it said
got to bo both father amt( mother to her, until he full- ( :I't larl'iaC one ofthe
I"'I' "Everything In the world is hollow but way went on was 1 big, nearly gossips, .because death 'Ilpreventth.it."
I leastways with "\Ult Peggy Worrocks to anvil !I" youth Possibly the knowledge. e that
: STKAXGK IILOUVST."Hois my ruwl Esther Hill is here u month it
help", he'l be as much u I can about manago. Miss Kay was so terrified that she fled over : his reading, was not bad di-lo"cl John to goon surprises I me," quickly answered 101J1.
t with the letters and not hutha'c
tP the homeward at rate she had neverequaled than
with ]
G rocks, a relative of
j Little Ksther! it will I be gathered 1, was an since her Hut before been further encouraged by tho constant Il.'s'lpatl
girlish days long
; : the shown.
i: quite spoiling' her, and neglecting
orphan; 11,1 she halpa1'(1'ellll1lo the youngsmith's she had crossed( the ; John I murmurs of admiration he heard close! sut'r'r \
i his: own woik. If the ribbon on the doll open space! It very simple mystery after all, this
charge; in a singular way. : behind his chair from (Worrook", who, WIS 1
'he'i. Stiinson's strides: had carried him !
it has John of thp sinking mother, who
lias cost
cost: anything !sixpence. I angry poor young was
loge had: her as yet not having received much schooling herself,
only knowl SOII len'lI in at inn door."Ido .
once moro
death the Worrocks'
i", Stim. OIl'ii ridiculous love fur that child will awaiting on and
eight about that period havingelapsed his shoulder the
or ) was looking over at writing
not know what we can do with before had
bo the ruin of him. more nights passed JohnStimson
'I Since her Jot her W hOI the chi hln'l, said! with ever-widening eyes, as: if the knowing Jan}
It was Miss(i ( ;Jeorgiana Kay who uttered, lll. Squire \btOI, when, lifer this knew it fulThcl'e could be little
sake E-
(: what those black strokes meant
fo cbtildioll's Jrbtellcl "J 1' I of thing had, on hen of n.nl-tllrs .
.i this prediction, a moment after leaving the J.\ doubt that E!'>tl'r was Ihit approaching
? them to her miraculous. Hut
short of at
,, rll't years made to him of ti was nothing
1 The starched n""th', (complaint toivla' day fair face,
blackSUtith'seutklge. uprightness Wm ; )
1 er ofah'ence. bringing with her this one child. length Esther Hill, speaking in her most tathe grew
in which the work of the
locality unearthly in ', tho
stiT tall
of more
the !speaker's: very figure, Imlh's hit ,
She was: herself already widow, young as musical voice asked the smith to stop. She
1 was falling to the hindranceof vigor
face of the frame wasted .
and the sour look upon her gloomy remaining quickly.
she and the old friends who said
4! t tt' 1 suggested that she herself was not likely to : was, !Ilher the farmers and everybody else. 'Poor : Her voil'l; though the music of it got
arrive! and fragile pillowed) in John, in again
pale "Perhaps, come
1 fellow I ho has had l kind ofblow
at ,by winning too 1 noek-dowl )01'1 even softer, was fainter !> |
endanger; Inolle, present growing In,1 oLl
in the IlIrri'r' cart, whispered to one another when you are not : the others
and I think of for
: much love."Mornlif. ; can nothing i.hit reac bad to stop oftener for the painful breath
that she was: not lone for this world. to me? take it k if
to wait awhile and see if he comes his 1,1 very you you
i ill. the ing.
[ to *s, came over
Most of tho had dilllculty in calling the went
t hedge, as old 1 :Stephen: Hicks, the bottom of 11'11 1 8elll(' woull1" 81l'akcr .I can't put ell'any longer what J taut
her her name of )Irs. Esther:! Stimso'n witha
i", whoso garden t the/ lady had just reached, by Illrl'il,1 her latherLeoson Luckily for John Slil"OI, there was: oneperson : "Calnot you to say to you, John" she began, hen tf c'happened .
Hill they as kiss, ?
:straightciu his back from USIH. a hoe to the ; only rl'lJLl'retl in the village) and she the most un Etty on the Wednesday evening i to I h'
of the wheelwright of Little Esther; whose face cushioned
daughter pretty was -
9 there who had decided
t left together in the front of the Woirocks'
tho ot Tier side "John do room -
potatoes on seem iklInhahlullt
( the village, whom some of t hl'J followed to in in the palms of her fat hands, the elbows -
:;,1 t to have J.ot'n' fond, o' the little un. That the in the 10st plan COllIl'ciol her knees silence cottage "I hope I all't hurryin' you
resting kept
on on
nicer than J.rll'e l'ihhtillt churchyard with him. Mrs. Worrocks early one evening in it too much but I haven't
Is whit she calls: herself, only I ; any 111'
; dozen While her hassock till the rather imperatively -
a yet question was
Hut it kj to see her so tin' tllOr thal : I knocked his: door. time." The poor made a wonderful
I 4' speak. pretty sutcrcr
\ ,} girl she had gone away to take service "If blacksmith "' she began inn Then, still looking at
him You'llhoarhls young you please n'llt'Il effort to sit her pillows "I i
,; and !so big playing together straight among
1 in (the family of farmer nine or ten ntzzled, John, who l to his feet, she shook
I 1 hesitating,11111E wo-the have waited long I could. Are
t anvil ringingoiit againlJduroruu're WOIIII ns you
miles 11btUllt0 three changes of situation her little head
4-- I of the village lately were respectful inatllres"il John Stimson, that shall
: tho 1 know. very sure, you Hourmarry
over green, "
4y had removed her still further from John Stimson ; to'crake.amends "I couldn't do it, mother, she said "
i. Miss( Kay had stopped, quite startled at the little village after her father's death, for possiblv which Vhy ? is that ?" And the sick ?
the freedom with low
'i;; 1',1 theyspoke There was n quick of the neck,
tliesinhtOfStepbe0'srathcrsu1LslactltornI : reddening
mother still earlier and in hcl with
hn.tllolt her
she woman s something
!" :straw hat, rising on the other side", of the the end found; her of him behind his hackr you like lu nearly) cheeks Ill forehead of the )young smith.
I, privet fence. Not that so" familiar ani obj'ct.St11 budding WIIlhoo.l please my niece, Esther; ll, WUlt you to anger. Im certain of it," he said looking up in
', living in one of the little !seaports!! on the ami her. He is so high up, I couldn't reach hll.
come : -faced wonder from the book )in which
in the broad noon sunshine! which just just U'rO'-4 speak "
coast, There she WI'! 8'CI by a good-look John face, ns he heard.this, grew His head is at c'ing. ho had reading
then tilled the village was itself to ll"OI'1 h'CI
; sailor Alfred t whowlo'c.1 From this it that it was the
lug by name, addressed
have frightened her. Possibly it was: the young Hi even c\Ollil'r\ by being ( by a 8l'l'l Esther Hill had got him of late to read tu
and won her. ; were married, size of the blacksmith which had: so fixed
and who to
woman, one a her The
message Pilgrim's Progress"Everybody
of her uncharitable-ness which brought
glimpse: own
and comfortable humble home of little Esther in admiration since ho
( soon got !
'I. him from another of the Ho "
I same: sex l'ltcetl tells o'
she :saw<< for just one second: of surprise! asher me you're a man 'UI'worll
their own, in which little came to be Hut I can come down to "a 1
; it understood them that he she
thought by
mind, told her another beheld through Eltl'r was said, her bright eyes growing almost
the and I the of these Stimson, stooping and bringing his head
\ light joy ) had, them all. His door was closing tierce in their keenness, apparentlytrying
accidentally overhearing her words, that reached the llsthor Hill! forwol from the of the ceiling to the littlecreature's
gave her the shock. Hut, unluckily, Miss( : changes village; f.11 without a word of reply, but llrs.Vur- vidliy to pierce to his heart and read 1 it.
I .. ; had one relative t there, Peggy Irrock!! a w o- I
; rocks: who seemed to understand it all, took Ilijhhorhool "In that 1 am," was his rather
Kay was not the one to let her thoughts"" rest mater
who been hal f : by the
no longer having The ularlcll process
10. : lan young heart of added : 'She'you't be dogged given however without
1Il':1II that unpleasant: explanation of the grace 11,1 answer, ,
I but mustered and
sister of I Hsther's mother, was called aunt 1hl.'r by she courage, finally
here long to ask! anything. from her
; flinching look
; matter. :She faced round to the old man, you
': : I
; her for the kiss. At
aiR lips
without of ofrelationship. nsudden
qualifying the degree put
Nt nay There came into the young mind up cherry "I am so John.:' and the
t i, looking sourer than ever, and snapping the i 'FI1eilltv'Iligeli'CUMtoEther's smih's impulse she slipped her small anus glad, :ll'II'rrcachetllel'o
a picture of the fair fading seen her wasted to !
her $1i
quotiott Into lilllt'Ml.. with sharp arm so as i
) round his neck "I will! kiss
fortunes camein letters the great :
through post
white teeth, she said. : : on fine days propped up on pillows in a hint "Hol't think I was doubtin' you, but
and and half again for bein' good to
10mI year a before our chair outside tho Worrocks cottage door as you poor mother. mother's mind is anxious.
1 snpplhc'O\! what I said, Mr.[ art
., I Hicks'! ?" little story opens ; fluickh' on, the heels ot'n he passed to timid fro. His better heart prevailed "There-there said Itherill: Etty[ ,, that'l! ( to? iI1)a- quite( sure you never mean to Iou:
t Hill had! been tiently
/ COle
"A wOI'I-rl, >,, a word like. My hearlni'4n't h.tl.'rmnoUwllj' and in a rather shame-faced way he don't like tiresome little girls"1e to ask you to do something Wilou tak:
I as good as it once was." mate, folnw'c another muttered : "I'll come ulros.' men my Ett\?" She nodded, us to
a / hear it epistle the envelope 1 of whllh anominous of native air had been ofno John did 1 not ]let Ettio go till he bed on the other side uf "the" ,
had .
& Then you t no rl;'0t t.) was; black that The breathing tmsol tie rOll
stating the Otttrey, had .' second kiss. he
edge willoHer \'llcl at the of which lay the sleeping child.f
the "I the
reply. was: only to help to ,
angry speaking ) trelth
the in which i he had had been i young
ship t i left the Worrock's the ,.
{ big
:' : myself, though all that I s.ud\ is quite true, lost collision with 'sai'l this North if slowly, was only too surely ebbing. Hut dwell' The lovely little face was calm as 1 lu'ri' ,
( of the him indoors
,;:f I am certain." Hill n.1 with;il as she yodel. she grew (fairer, in 1 fragile, girls family : the soft breathings seeming to IrwlI
Sea. li-tlu-r left
t.: Old Stoplu\ > wrinkled visage: Ilusldll'ftt" : was hereiglttecnyi1QlltIlSbhl transparent; style of John Stini- quarreling in tones which must have sorely from the air of Paradise. "I have thouri i
> ( girl as the I memento of her lo\'liness" of Esther ,
shaken the hull
{ } only nerves Strangeto it ,
John. You'd find hou
little fall .
and hfcjjfiitly lifted and let :gilt son, when he passed jrorrock'sthrl'sho1l. al over your
t sailor (
the which fcallant hu..h\t1 iradually her own mind say, the young smith did not cross: tie when began to old, anti
+ ( 'f boo on he leaned. One can't : little as his was predisposed lonely you get
health sank, hy she wrote toAunt in the direction of the ,
help one's ears hearing, ma'am. It is easier nl.l \idtl female charms in his present village green ( by that time she'll be grovvin' up. She i>
S.o- any! day anybody I Ittllll'l' their tongue; Worrocks. nuking If she ('ouhllpare a m ",I, awkwardly dlI.1 his first moodily Liol, but instead hu went right back to the full n' love, John and she'll keep you 11111
In her herself child
; :' if they don't wi..what: they :sav: heard, than: corner cottage.fo ali begun remark, 1)n calo to 1 stand, as: if smith cottage. The door ot the lonely dwelling goin' wrong in any WiYill:: has got 1 t.,
i, fur one not to, hoa'r vhat j U lIitju"t\ on the 'since (the doctors l said the only thing l that surprised by the beauty of (the face: that so was banged: rather heavily behind him, be fonder you than you know, for I've kt i'

i P7t ;'I other side ot your own hl..l.t.. Ears: are busy, could air.restore her was going back" to her native eagerly smiled at him from the big pilowt as if ho expected some eyes were watching her bick from showing it, as I wanted to s. t

i t whether those they belong, to will or not. :So: chair A drizzlrng rAil was (that Ila\; g hit Hut he did not reappear again outside if you would take to her yourself, and I

1'Ir'i I :see, tl"o child has done John Stimsou 1 wroe back" explained Mrs.( Worrocks outside, preventing Esther Hill (rout sitting that ittght.Next think you like her a bit, John. YOI <\ <.
t nothing but good, /l1. 'IIIII.lf I may have long af\ft1 one of her nearest o""ipi \in at the door, and making her short, panting day: the sounds of his !hammer on don't' you ?"

t an opinion." the 6a'ill;as I would trr.ilr" few breathing come and go heavier on the hearth theunvl were hoard morcfrequentlythoiigli The !'lllare"IIIIC( had slipped from theblacksmith's

I ; \ j t 'Certainly, you may have an opinion, monthlsbut 0110'1 house 1 even. 11 very ill-tempered to those: who knee to the Hour with'lll h' ,

t Ii .. l Mr.( (Hicks'! though; Id, nut ask fur it. 'Hut houso.i'a permanency. I was right in tell "Thalkou for coming across, Johl," brought work to him. About noon, ('lill' making any attempt to stop it or n'o\1 :'
it Is certain: that Mjumm look on the childas ill' her that for how could I know then she said 1 putting out 1 thin, wor ter'looking into a furious debate with wagoner He taken utterly aback by this propo-' .. ,
i if \ a big doll for hiniielf to (play with, and had more than Uxty; t I pounds t in her, hall toward him. "They tel me wanted a tiro mended, Stimson flungoil' 1 of which his slow-moving'honest brai-::

wastes time over her that: should he better pocket ? an
('IIII'I.\)'t..l.I The tracts leave at his cottage burdens when they have got enoughof writing, Aunt Warrocks says, doesn t matterto out of leaving his wouldhl customer "You do like her, John !" repeated tli-'

q i I do not believe are more than looked at, in their OWI to boar, having t wo hi groin'g It was that made. me so bol as to there looking (after him open- mother, speaking now i in an agony
pile of the change which he 1'1'Il.':>!sl':>!, I I'I o' my) O'i tl. The fact i is, Esther oughn't semi for you 1 have quite a lot Ilt'r m ontheol, Hut e\'l'l this (time he e1ll outgo 1 do, he answered, his wide eyes t fi\i' 1
I I 1i intending, to leave a new one with you, to have been sot-lose! w i' me about her money from my poor Alfred. See here.111 to the inn, but turning down the made on the Ll't1 Hut there Aunt W/irrock- "'

t- but I think I must 'postpone' it." giving the matter I is i-lot.eness l\ke\ that, I li3n began to (eel among the pillows: some for the open\ fields That c\'ulni saw him !! name Wi heard( a look ,'
I bundle of tracts in her I hand a white flutter. ainong; r'latlno, as l'/HSt'l no end to disappointments. thing. "The ship never touched at L port back at the Worrocks (' more trouble dashed the sick ivoii ti's quick 1'\-

'. I doubt )'OIlUt\. hot in a frame of mind to without! his posting one for toe Hut I am of the old letters to Esther Hill.: ulUtion at his first word ..\unt Wo

pr-M'u, by I good r 'hill;. It is Idle your telling It; was under these clrcumstances-that Esther not so strong as I was, ami reading makes S.) things went on for \,1110,01 that nicks has two big girls of her own to I I. 'I.*

tt me, 31(r. Hick, that Stimson is not loving Hill came back to til''iLgl'. The my eves !wim. I can listen well enough, week. Night after night was after. If Etty grew up with them (tin.',' I
: that child to excess.' hectic bush! upon{ her ( ,, glitter lu.we'ver.: and \01 don't know what a comfort mi"sing from the led I Lion;,and'every evening break her temper, sweet as it i is. and tru* i

The; old man duriiu this speech, had restrained of her eyes., and the transparency: ,' of her it would! be if vou would read 'em over he passed in at the Worrocks' door., lieworkerl every bit of life out of her. Say pm'l t"l>

himself admirably.! Evidently: lie :skin due to her illness, made her hok'r.' to 111('. That was why I bothered aunt to ak now, too nearly the full'regular; her, John All the women in (' a.-; '

iiiaaut to treat Liwyor Kay's daughter; with beautiful: as she was helped from the<'arM"r"* \ou to (Ante across. Alfred's writing isn't hours at (the 1\1\1 in the day tlc, Rapidly full of their own matters. You are the u' '

all '('.'i eet. S-; i < I.;'.. hud ;given to him a ,cart into her relative's cottage at the-back, of< very bad, though lie used to say his tngl'rs'erc his arrears were being o\ertaklI. to I ly one she'd have a chance with it \ I

tt little tenacilv' ,: vinioii. I don't wish to the green. More( than one of; the '."\\ too big for.hoUlinx a pcu. If you 'al everybody's':satisfaction. The curte. on one mean to keep single and )you've {promi''i!.

reason ;uam::: ,t your better knowledge.; 1i..sRLY told) another that she would ]ha\h'tantcr sI|I"uo.> the* iml' 'i i .would uot trouble you to Esther Hill at aunt's cottage Tie that solemnly. She'll pay you back :.

," he )btfgan. taking: oil the dilapidated ro.se of lie village in days gone by if .he ,.uvti61' ,.'.being a pood scholar said to her : you'll onlv love her well.
straw hat. and revealing; his'! .oanty gray hud ttollw.llultlIg Item Then t the looksof ".'"Noue better in the' village nor so good, Well, Mrs. Hill, 'Ol have dime what I Little Either might somehow have knou "

M \'r 1 1'cla! :i< if 11" utten. or p:.>rhap-s, also, to enionv | 't'tutt\ to l.lht'r'l little girl, tut il) t'lrl' and Lawyer: Kay, of (nurse," could not do nor (\'el the '1/cluir. You that her fate. was hanging in the uir. >. .'

; ., hen shier ;U, but I never knew anybody who hl'. 's her 1.hl'r'r""llar features: put in )(\ Wurrocks, who was looking on are winning John Stimson out of his" muodi'less'Poor stirred upon{ the bed, drawing one ro-y ai -

:i5. :. yet who ever hurt eitherthem,elvesorbthers already hail the glory of plentiful! paleyld aftd I listening curiously)', with her shoulder from under (the clothes ; (tht'l shivvlv ;1'
', hy 1000'in''m to. much, providin' it was hair. There was but one opinion a to her propping thetall mantlepiece., She fell Esther smiled from her 'pillows. Then large blue eyes opentd. As soon as she -1 >

genuine\ a-, John Stimson's: for little Esther: Louu/to say something, having been the she called the child to her, and caressing her John Stinisou a lirght smile tlitted over r
#, tt I am sate, is." lrdtneN (' "' arrival of Ether I fill means of bringing John Stimson there. "'* Be as much 1\:her weakness would let her. said, face.

.- "I r-ally never heard: anything so ridic- with her fatherless child! divided the1",1 I a good little lady, Itti; ', and hearken to the speaking in a shrill whisper towurJ"th" cu- "Isn't she pretty" whispered heruli I'

i .. IIII'gs.'saitJliss( : Kay. impatiently} : waving; gossip with another surprising \' readin. It was your father wrote i, miles rateV. ear : ('XhUbtllot'lr. Then she quickly ui'-1-,!' *
t oil' a, butterfly that was fluttering; too near had \la I\' l few days In-fore-the I an' miles off." I think he i is getting a bit f">mlof Ettv." lke bleep again, Etty: I
To her further Ilt'IWttl bv Mrs. Wornvks tVrtainlv, if Esther had deeply laid; .
( {prevent judgment; being jilting lit l, the young blacksmith This mtitlonal oh..en'atol Hil a busy.
abused bv such wild opinions{ ns tho e of I Unril Maple, second housemaid I adJrCll lltle Esther, who Ilul for the bringing J.II Slimson back The child obediently began to turn ... :

; I! :Stephen Hicks, she I without adding/ !l r as u good morning; turned ul vut hastily I would \'ry shortly have been married, for : ttt r.lhl, upward-turntrl blue eyes, intet.tly could have acted more wjl'y'! : hug over her "lwuIJlr at John.

"1.f1., 1'nnt'Iint; and with a tVe more \'('rlthan I John Stl..un'l uncle Ralph, with whom hl .il'll on the tall LIIksnuth. The ting him to read over h\r II.U\.1l Jotter! "What are you wanting asked 1">"

,; : m u\'hl"Clr-.thtr" than walked: across the I had! ll'r\l I alprcuth'lohil died! nearly) ('hili, abiding her gaze, gavoanod dice, ordinary and ( \ ( ; I:, their mother.
j r j viilagetreeeinthedirectiotufthelarguree : '} brute months reckoned in her aunt' direction. contents Wt'r' the tl'UCI Ja\'la true historyof "I want to measure hands." was the hs "
Bf : [brick house, with the bright; windows, in back four or live year Juhn hahul"l''lll'i Meanwhile IMberJlill! brought a rather warm affection (\\ (human beings whining reply.In .

t Jt.'I'r,which her father 1i\ .1t1.! ( to the forge, and had! been living 1 largo bundle of oIJ/creased! letters fromynnewht'rebchindJier ; ; and their |>crii-a! lultllut but suggest UI instant John Stimson strode aif -
'. i I *!)')old! have liked a new tract, for lonely bachelor life shit('(. Harriet putting They evidently had that love, in spite r.t of time'tlK the Ihur his gigantic I brown +Ii.'

': thev're comforting readin'," aid the old I ,\ttthlrlIimi month utter .month. The Wu. rwu\l over Jab times ahed l )', having I been so cruelly jilted was against unllut closed tiny white till:.r-

J'-'f mail. Then lie went on with u buckle : lutkr ha.ll'I.ll.l the previous: vuxk.by the If heariu tu.'m' I do 'OI any good It'll till a rtsi'inHut! any one who ha'I'Ll't It was a short! )a'hieh the two |,laye l ut, E1: ..

*. Hut it'* as well the dida't go into; the cut- pivKy-faced hullot-hearted. 'luetl sad- be little .iJ John :tl ont taking lcM-m. 'hrI':! fie! visit of John Stimsn to herself having h'eutel it. She lr'11

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.- ,.knuckles fltaip1al -- -' ngainst the bin-\ ""7. null with old :Stephen Hicks( over the gardoi I s AVAXNAH I, FLOIMDA) A: WESTEKX11A1LWAY. : : J IfIOHII>.\ CENTHAL: HAILHOAD.JACKSONVIU.K. I It tier. and Ocean KfciiiubonfII .
'Ided at the difference I i I.1 7.(', By I.II'IIhl t hedge. She disapproved: of the frivolity or : FI-A., Sept. 12 tS81.I I i- )O It Ci .\ X LI\i'tom
1 her lips' to be kis-od! II fly billetat1,1 this giant of a young) fellow playingitl this road
'' t'f 'SJ up II':.;i I.ht. "W't.; Very Big; ," which little Etty in the broad forenoon and looked Via W'at j cross! Short (..inc.On Commencing this date! trains on '1 'j
follows ft
$ for the I smith', she I turned 1 over on sourly, standing at the hcd.ohi(, while the will run ns :
was: her name. big fist and the little one were matched to and after Sunday, Nov. ('., 1 181 I'U"II'! uoixu\ w'GST.I'dFAPiigri'.

tl' the .wall."NI' night, Vi-ry kittle I 1 ," (ho I !smith I mi- gether. enger Trains will run over the Waycross .1/l/il.

,wf.r' ht tliat; bring! the' mane lJ') whkh he 1 never knew time so waited!' !I" she mut :Short Line as follows : Leave .T:1l'kSI11\\.iIIl'.t1:0.i: a. JII. 0:10): p,111.
WI' IVt Mail. Jack'ville "
tlll'lIll h'r. tered. I Leave White House..ll:37: S>::15
'IIe I rani from C. hack toward: lstIier Hill's chair. It did not much signify what she thought ] );ally. Evprcs.D.iily.: Arrive P.aldwin.........11.CM "

halt l nearly drained: the sick orsaid ; the smith and Etty Wl'n'ln lost in I Leave Baldwin.......... H>:)IO "
nl)108111ofttlk 1) ) ; last! vestige strength i; but, their own fun that they ilid not hear: her Leave .,Jacksonville;! .... O.Oo a. ln. ;.">0 p. in. Leave ));\I.h\\'lIh.. 10A:: ) II U.S.. 31A11. STi: ,t SHIPS
words either ;of them Arrive Juck onvilc.! ... ( in. f.OO a. in.Leave It
had 110 breath left for word, *IC !stmni.'rrlv : ; nor was even aware i.OIlI' Leave: :Sanderson! 11Leave :--
I u? ;she :questioned:, him with her bright eyes ; when she stalked out of the cottage: uttering Call.ihan: : \ ......... !0.4! tn. m. i.\l71'.111.!' : Olusteo. l--'W:!:' u. III. '

: rniilg him, however, with an upHIl.lnll'( the soliloquy overheard: quick-eared' } old! Arrive at Wavcross.: ...! .1 .57; a. m. t.8t; 1 p. in.Arrive t.l'n'c11.. Carrie......,. 121rrin' :: !) Wi leave Cedar Key

; to speak loud. lest the child shouldter,11ot Stephen I ilks.: Wasteoftime: t Miss( Iay: at Jesup( ......... 1.:2111'.111.: ) 11.40p.m. .\ Lake (Citr........ 1:00: ) 't
much puzzled. was quite out of her reckoning there. The Arrive at Hrlln \\'il'k.. O.tM( > p. am, ;,.:;:1111. in. --- 1.'Or NEW: ORLEANS: 13VHUY OTHER;
.i'r Slimson was ] : : 15 .
John Oaks.::
: 2 in.Arrive
-If"l'Ih" a.
"II I II"+ jrm'l'flllht, I look after her??" headed, first dozen strokes with the hammer or rasps\ Arrive Savannah: 3.4011: > in. :2.:\.i a. in. e S1Arrive F1JIDAY.
"I couldn't wash and dressFttv's :' with the file John' Stimson pave when hew Arrive Charleston:, 5 I.tll> p. m. J.0" a. m, Tallabas: : >ee. :
I,, \vilderedly ; Chattahoochee. P-:2.: : ) p. m.
ay back in the forge more than made: up Arlrye.lugusta..1(1.11< p. m.1.15 p. m. ,
hl'r. mother's face cleared I 1 : she I was prcred' for the pause there had been in these !short Arrive Mucon........... illli' (p. m. 7.Mi a. III. Arrive (Jainesxille: : : .::... .'{::22! p. III.
,, ,] fur! Ihi+. "If Aunt Worrocks was IIb l'I1'l'I'h; th' hl'IIl'.1'igol'lle unawares Arrive .Atlanta.......... 3.5111III.' l'-V:? (> p. m. ArriveVi 1 ar Key...... (0:">.'> '' FOR KEY: *1:1: AND HAVANA

', she eagerly whispered: she would put forth. Arrive Montgomery.( ... :-1.11111'' in.Arrive Arrive Ocnl.i) : .....: .. .... 7W: ) KVKUY: OTHEll SATUHDAY.PAHSONS .
,pad, across: and do all that till! Etty: grew; One drawback there had 1 been to this Washington.... 0.30) (p. m. 11.11111.11.) > :. :

,ine\enough to look after herself\ whMi won't smooth happiness.! It, of course, became Arrive lIaltilllI.l..12.2) in. 1.W'III.: mlArrive OOINd KAST.J'afscnycr,
lug<'long first.\ There will lie :a bit more than known to the Worrocks;: on I Esther: Hill's New York; (Iimitl'll1'xl"S8)i ) :J.\I:i p. in. Mail.Arrive .
sixty br pound after my funeral and everyili'ims ,death, that she hlllld't the sixty-odd' pounds Arrive IMMMvtf: : ; a. m. .).:221)) p. m. .T:1C'k: :
is paid-ft! is what I is left of Alfred's behind her ; and no sooner were t they acquainted I, .\I'I'i\-\:;\. Louis........ 7,00<> p. m. Arrive White HOII:
'vimjs. That would belong to you." with this fact: than their atl'cction! Arrive Chicago. 7.00 1'. m. Arrive Baldwin......... 5.rM: ---. ---
words out the for. he child! sull'ered; n marvelous increase. .... 1:10 "
Before the were young TOil I:. Leave: Baldwin.,.... :
-iiitli had: drawn his figure to a height taller John :Stimson's; paying Aunt Worrocks very Arrive )D.irbyxille! ....... .r>::'J5! SLI11MIIt: S'IIUt'I.I: %

than Etty: (hail, ever seen it. liberally for her nmorningnail evening visitsto : Savannah:; 0:10: hours.To Arrive Sanderson: ...... ,1:111: j
.. If I was to take her" be firmly said, Iould look\ after Etty did not !satisfy then New l-Vl.: hours. Arrive Oltisteo............ :'Wl: TIn sTKAMKK.- 1
,- take nothing eI*c." '1'111'wel'l' her ri guardians: : they; slid, To Washington: .:MM;::\ hours Arrive Mt.( Carrie........ :3:::;0 __I

At that moment Halphorrock*' loud and; in fact, it was: impossible' for them to To Chicago......................... ...... l 1\1!> hours.: Leave Lake\ City....,.... 3M:: er <
do without her. The blacksmith I hours.KLEEl'EUS. .. ___ ST. J011XS | ('' IMUXT
li.n-sli voice began to growl in the kitchen was not To :St.; Jl: : ''" { ] \
I Ih-liiiul them lIe had come in by the back related to her as they were Hut the love of (Leave: Live Oak) ...:..... L:on) P.1)t.Iaavc'i'alltdutL.seo k <| < v _____V
'l'IlI:0l"l1l1: : : ....... WO; : )
. from working the garden.; Jut then, : the mot her bad: been'too crafty for the greedy : "
\\.iy ?
too', thc shrilling tones: of :\11'::<. Worrocks: pair. The curate produced'! a document in j 'Jacksonville' to ::::\\"allllah.J' Leave Chattahoocheo.. 2::iOLeaveGainesville _

sounded l in front of the eottagc;( ; she was the nature ofn will, which the dying woman ;\ ;: ....,. 9!).8iaiii.
driving home before her the younger) of her hail left in his: band.: It bequeathed both ) Jacksonville! to Chnrll' loll. Ll'IL'C.0:1\: \' Key....... .ri.tO:: '

\ lrl, who was crying at not being allowed the money and the care of Etty: to John' Jacksonville' to flacon( Leau'CK-ala ......... ...... :
: ; ; Mother and Slinison.( _71 _.: ___._ .n__ ___ .. _____.______JliL--.
in the
longer green
to play
.ni''liter! i ; were making: for the front door. I told t her 1M'. have: nothing to do with ji&- Jacksonville Montgom'y.. Mail( train connects at Jacksonville; with j2b -

and would,l pas: :* through the sik woman'sroom. : the mane," exclaimed( the smith, on learning Jacksonville to Washington.: the Savannah, Florida: Western Hailroad, -
t ..I"hllIilllson:: went toward the of tins. "She oughtn't to have done Jcr and at Lake ('itwith the Jacksonville, Peii- "' JncksonvilU l

threshold : his plain, strainhtfowurd mind it." Only one change of cars to, New York. :\l'ola.llIhill. : Hailroad: (for Chuttahooebce | 'I'III.tint(' landings .

was perplexed i. mid at any time it only He would, not rest till Lawyer lay had 1'assengers going; to Montgomery New and intermediate stations.; on :; and Savannaband
J moved\ slowly. "I'll think about it," be been brought;; into the matter, :and a formal Orleans lake the evening train.: Passenger! train connects! at Baldwin for :

i said, passing: : [ out of the doorway! as Aunt deed bad been drawn by him, :settling the Passengers: : from line of Transit: ,: Railroad and from nil points on the (Transit: Fernniidina a
.1 Worrocks and the screaming girl arrived on money on little Etty when !she JI'CWlp.. A take the train at Callaban. or Peninsular Hailroads.: From
.1j the threshold. I'OPof; this legal document John :Stimson:: : Passengers: !: from line Jacksonville, Pensacola.t J. :S.:; McELHOY: : JACKSONVILLE: ASP
j A cireu instance happened eaily the no.xt day nailed I on the wall of the forge, close: by his : Mobile Hail: road either take trainat Muster! Trunsp'n. FOr 1.\T.\"IA.

; which would have quickened I John :Stimson's: big grimy bellows. There it gradually became Live Oak, leaving: 2 p.m. and arriving at W. )DAVIDSON) >: Superintendent ) EVEHY: 11'E1)NISIAY,' a.

thinking if he had not got through) with it ; too :smoke-stained; to he legible;; :, but Savannah: at, 2.:?."> a.m., or train at Jacksonville \ .. .__ u.. u .
already, which he nearly had done. Bo! that did not !signify; as all the villagers;; by leaving at 0 a.m. and arriving at :Savannah 'l'IiE SUN FOIl 1NS2.rilHE 1"1'01 F'rll\IIHIH
tween'lOnnd 11 o'clock in thc forenoon ; that time knew it by heart Hal ph Wor at :0:40: \ p.m. FOR SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON

(here was a sudden hubbub at the cottageson rocks, when in his cups: came several times Connecting nt Savannah with steamers! for .

the south !side of the green; ; in a few to the forge and made! a noisy: to-do. The New York, Philadelphia: P.oston and Haiti- : S11'/ for 1SS2 will make Its fifteenth p- EVEHY: FllllA1 .-YtS,

minutes news reached the smith in his forge !smith" lie :said(, had no right to come between more.Connecting. JL annual rl''olutloll11111t'r the present Close! ( made, with steamers foi
little lather Hill hall either fallen or relatives as he had done. If there was at Charleston with steamers
management: shining ul ways, fl1111, big Mellonvllle and : also with !"
been pushed down the redbrick steps leading l- justice, in the country, Etty belonged to for New York, Philadelphia! and Haltimore. and ( "t'fI'
and little mean: and gracious contented! ers for Oel Hi\er nNo at .
them." When this bad, been what sold all 1 rail a\111 : \
Tickets to
into the "'orrock garden. The reportwas repeated Through points: by depraved
unhappy: ( Republican and Democratic with steamers for New York. Philadelphia
her broken.\ Down seemed' to John :Stimson a sufllcient number and steamship" connections, and Haggage;
that one of legs was and
t virtuous, intelligent and obtuse. Boston and Iktlthnmenml i I at Charleston),; with
tumbled, John :Stimson's; hammer and I the of times, he, on the next visit, laid his: checked through. Also Sleeping-Car Herths
Tho Sitn'g light I is for mankind and womankind for New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore I.
giant had never been seen; to cross the hand I upon hal-tipsy': llalph 11'urrocks'shoulder mid sections secured nt Company's; Olllce) itlhlor's sl'uleJ
young of sort but its genial warmth is and with Northeastern Carla
Village with such. speed before. ] and by sheer pressure: forced him building, Hay street, Jacksonville;: every ; Iflth
green for the good, while it pours hot discomfort lila Railroads for routes N(irth. East: and
Iou: hl)' pushing aside: the women who from the {parlor out into the road.: There, in and at Depot Ticket\ Olllce. on the blistering backs of the persistently West.
were gossiping; the cottage door, he strode a subdued voice, he said : J. E. DUAYTON, wicked.\
straight into the room. Cllllle '1'0111\11 to the back of the forge.; Ticket Agent. FIHST-CLASS PASSENGER:
;: The Sis of 1sf8! \
"I am come for her I" he roared. .\ nice You are kind (' related to Etty, and don't GEO. W. HA1NES:: Agent. :ISO; kind. It discarded newspaper of the forms and DATIONS.Through .
many ,
if she left want her to see me knock down! anybody as -----
lifelshc would have was amongvon multitude of the words and Tickets anti Staterooms secured
a superfluous
here."" lie spoke as if little Esther had she has once called her uncle.! I have some JACKSONVILLE} 1'1 H.\'OI\ AND phrases of ancient jOl1rnllli lIIt undertook und nil information furnished nt ollice, cor
l belonged; to him for 'curs.II along regard for her fl'clillUnlph/ : Worrocks, if UAIIW.On .\\ in succinct unconventionalway Centre and :Second streets.
to icport a fresh; ,
Little he whispered to ]her "you you haven't. Come behind the forge." leI
Very ;
must come to own home with me." In\teLil of accepting this considerate invitation and after Monday, May 2, 1SS1, Trains all the news of the world, omitting no 20-1y lA_ XOYES.
your \ nlreallon his on this road will run daily as follows : event of human interest'! and commenting
Giving a hasty nod to little Esther's: pale toward 1181111111'orrocks his was upon affairs with the fearlessness! of absoluteindependence. : For Tampa and H.>.v '(-"t,
fast hisunsteady
stalked of the way own cottage as as UOINU WKST.:
and agitated: mother he out The, success of this experiment
could 'arr.ltim.. It his VIASliMiumlifp
: legs' ( was
with his l'al'lullr.hl'l,11Jl1nlcn willing / Leave Lake C'it.12.:0:: .
cottage ; last visit of this kind to the p.ut.Leave was the success of the SU/I. It ctfcctcdn
Etty resting cjuietly in his great arms. 'If anybndycoule here "forge John Stimson Wclborn. 1.20: p.m' ; permanent change; in the style of American r(1t11i 4t ('U'S LIE
The wondering neighbors looked\ at the sick Leave Houston......... l.'W .
I Every: Important journal
shouted. the p.m. newspapers.!
next day, when Worrocks was : .: ._ ::. _.
much this had --
disturbed woman, but her she found as strength; occurrence enough to passing. "puttin1 bad thoughts;: in her mind Arrive Live! Oak......... this< ) p.m.; established: in this: country modeled: in the dozen
and show in' her 'their .. .. yearn past: has been the S'un.Every .
It is all she murmured public-house manners Leave Live Oak... ... 2.:101'.11I.:
smile. right ,
her hands in: thankful I'll knock 'em down us flat as a ,ieceof Leave Custer........ ..... :2.1$ p.m. y: important: journal already existinghas
clasping: prayerful been
modified( and bettered by the force
iron under -- ----
big !I'
ness. I linked God for it in my prayers To hear tile my smith slcdge this- would Leave Ella rille......:..... ;:1.:10; > )p.m.;: of the /SW i example.
and lie has answered me. She will he cured say you J.l'IIVClw1i 4.13
have thought he had himself the :< p.m. ThoS'iw of 1HS2: will be the same outspoken
never seen
the for; Lord and lam pleases: ready to send;to go; the now messcngerto whenever inside of the lied Lion door. Hut the truth Leave\ -;-:-l.) p.m.Leave -: ; truth-telling and interesting news-

short Aucilla............ pa tier.By .
1 l'allllll' across the river." was that as the time was, he (had already .i.10 p.m. liberal of the which CAKHYING THE[ : U. S. MAIL.

Her thoughts;: : being at last relaxed on the Stimson turned than 'the into old another kind of John Leave Drilton..:...,:::. (C.40 p.nt.-, : abundant u prosperity! use ntlords means, we shall make nn

subject of little Either; had flitted straight 1 lying at rest in the churcll'nrll-though one. The dead woman it Lea\c: Monticello........ 5.50 p.m. it better than ever (before..

u t" John Stimson's" reading of "The Pilgrim's1'rogress. ; is certain she had, in her mother's heart Leave r: o\'lf-:: ::.... 7.1.r p.m. "'0 shall print all the news, putting It Into O NK of the btuuncL l and elegant Steamen

: Her words were prophetic of thought more of her child's good than of Leave Ch: ires'...... ...... 7.10 p.m. readable shane; and measuring its: importance of tho above Lino will leave Cedar Kej
what was soon to followfor that very night his had bettered = not by I the" traditional yardstick, but every I)' at 4W: p. m., forTampa
th messenger arrived, and Esther: Hill peacefully -:- nil his life by so strangely Arrive :Tallahassee i i ;; ..... 8.2. p.m. Monday -
by its )(interest! to the poo'plo. Distance
I She later leaving him her daughter. Hy. and by Leave Tulluhussr........ 0 .
passed away. a few days : S..r> p.m.Leave ,11 an a tee,
from Printing House: Square is not th6 tln.tconsih'rution
was laid to rest beside: her parents in the Etty's hiJititraihtelll'll.; and she was able to Midway( ........... 01): !) }i.m. .
walk with a stick then John had to take with the Sun Whenever nnythfmi
been village led churchyard.by her mother's Luckily talk, little of Etty dying had to her to church regularly.; Soon his heart us Leave (Juincy l ...:::::::...10.2.S p.m.: : -- -- ; ]happens! worth reporting wo get, 'the .\.( I'.uldt..o".

expect her to go away, and she did not further well as his manners. wore, changed.! The .! particulars, whether it happens! in Brooklyn* and every Monday and Thursday at 4W:
understand her lo< two, moreover, showed such atlcction for i I or in Bokhara. p. nit for
: s. : } = =
one another that everybody in the village ; In politic'wu have decided opinions! ; and
This was:: how the smith when our !story was won to admire! it.: John, in course of arc accustomed, (to express them in language Tanta Itas". and Koy West.Qojincctions .
opened, though unmarried !\IHllikely to remain GOING WF.T-S'C. M.UIKS DIVISION.TueJaytt .
;: time, was as much respected for bringing up that can bo unllertollll.'l': fay what we
: so. came to have a little girl beneath Etty Hill as if tho doing of it had! been ( T/tunalayn ami Saturday) think about men and events That habit is made nt Cedar Key with tin

his roved roof.that On thou the doctor h little\ examining Esther had her not it some irksomeness steadily, got; through from Leave Tallah'affiee....................... D.oOa.m. the only secret of tlieSasia political: trse*/ ,1"101'1( Transit Hailroad fr 4hund to aljioMts

'firoken limb, she bad seriously injured her solemn obligations; instead of having been Leave ChatUibrincbee.........,..........10.10a.1n. The Weekly. roi gathers)Into eight pages North ami West ; nt l'I'' .':I"a with
hip. Rest and new growth the surgeon said ns it was, the pleasure of his. life at l'\'cry Arrive St. Marks......... .................111.:5:: n.1I1 the best i atteraf the seven daily issno.! : Steamer' for Fort )I'cr l'\J' Ogden and
stop of it.As An Agricultural''Iepartmetutofnin'qualedmerit ) > Level. '
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only; could work the cure and by his ordersEriy she : ---- --- -- full'market and liberal I'l\
grew up, Etty even won upon Miss reports; a proportion Tickets
Through a on at Fvriiuif
: had to }lie i the day through: upon the GOING KAST. 11'
Hay, whose tracts from that date were lessgloomily of literary scientific and domestic intelligence dina(
little bed which John :Stimson; hail set up for selected. 110 you know, IMher: Leave G'hattu. Uiver.... 1.:0:: 11.11\ complete' the Weekly Nun, and Key JUl'ksIIVlll" talnl\llf.} and Ccilai

bc-r in the! room of his cottage;: nearest! to the Ill'ar.'l'ars after said that lady, (her hair in ]Leave Chattuhoochce... .&1.311: a.m. make It the !best newspaper for the farmcr'sllOlL..cllOt.1 gJ'ut the Gulf (rtC.for nil llrncil.ull'OlltS
flll',,<-. Hut her temper as her mother said.w.js tilt interim( having become Leave Mt. ....,. 5.15 that 01 \
; quite gray mid 1 1oollll.hnw Pleasant: a:n. was ever printed.AVho J.
of the :sweetest( and 1 !she was not l" -- GALP1IIN. Gen'lAg't; ,
ux ----- :[
her does
',. making much less I'laiti-' 1 do Leave .......... .. > not know and read f\llllllk tho 13
1I ft alone ; at the l finish of every job of work know Quincy. 5..r>:! 11.111. Coda' Key,1'la,
you; that I once said to old Stephen Leave Mi I iel .......... Sunday Sun, each number of which 'j is! aluleonda .
lway .. fi.; l 11
.f..lm' was sure to t'pin from the forgo) andthe Hicks, who has been so long in his grave, __ a.m.: _. ( of Interesting literature?'wilt the -- -

... two hud. one of their games together. I IHur man that I feared you would be the Ardve'I'alluliasscu.: ...... 7.I5O:: u.u1.-leave best lntry' of the day, prose every': line r3 t3'r. :1.1I'JI":

Thi-ii for ln'twecn-times she had the :grandsi ruin of Mr. Stimson. Hut I don't hesitate Tallahassee: ....... s.M) a.m. 'worth rinding, news, humor-matter enough

iu ale,doll special I'n'r'l'n: pilgrimage in the village to the; John country had to admit now that I was mi tuk'II." tx-ave Chain; .::.::.::::. H.I.'J: njnT: -- -..-- to Jill a goo (.sized hook, and Infinitely more S'PE.11171.1(1IT C(!. -.\\1'.

t'iwn' tii buy it. In the matter of ribbon, as laIltllllit There! was hesitate no need whatever why Miss' Ix-ave Llo.)' .II.............. !JMW n.m: varied and cntcrtainin; than any book, big
to (make this admission' ------- or little?
MisHay :.said I he !had l been |xisitivdy- for when a man who began life as a village Leave )Monticello)( ........ O.l(N 0 a.m. If our i idea of tint newspaper I should
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1 1 r ijfant., : Nor was this all. The fact of; the smith turns himself into a maker agricultural (Ix-ave Drifton............. ...13a.m.Ixave be pleases yon send for the Run. '' / A

1 rniplfd. .,, )girl left lyinn alone in the smith'* front implements Ids forge bcrominc a factory -.\i c l a.-: : :::;=.J( .tu a.m. Our terms are as follows : :_.:.:..P 1
I- iitl, ill)\\ without parents, but with lot s 7 _
cannot fairly be said to be ruined in I/eave For tho Sun fuur
/tuily sheet
Ireenville..it.:& a -1.age of
"I.III\Y: \ picked a substitute! for them made a.in.\
any ordinary meaning of the term. This -- -- + columns the
-- --- twenty-eight price by mail
her surprisingly interesting to everybody. was what had. happened to John Stim- Leave Madison\ ."........,1 .- ain lust Judd, N 55, cents a month, or $0.50 ayear NTIA.MIK: )1.\ n'I'U.\,
lJui.li the children and the grownup; inhabitants Leave Ellaville; ........ ..12.53 p.M. Q.aOa.m.:
son, or
found their to the window sometime IIOXMIOW Miokvn of, Mr. Stimson -! !. ; or, including the Sunday paper, an Captain I1tcn.ttitOX.i .

during the day way to look in on her. She, He is stUli>}>Cojarried., however, and more Leave Custer.............. 1.:?' p.m. i-ight-jMigH; sheet of fifty-six columns the -

l>Minn-how "teemed now to belong to the than every f'J'tejn now to remain so, for Arrive Live Oak.....,.... 1.40 p.m. price is 05 cents a month, or $7.70 a year, :,SEMI-WEEKLY
whole village it being duty to whenever the topic Is mentioned be shakes Leave Live Oak........... 2.10 ...111. -pontage paid. SI RI'1CE.'tThe
; everybody's his bead. no, longer as brown ns it once was, '-- Tho Sunday edition of the Sun is also furnished ; -
mile at her and cheer her. If, when any and says :. .' Leave Houston........... :2.32 p.m. .
'II"- knew that. Etty; WlIeel.in", the childr I know there must be Leave. Welborn'........... 3.(>0 p.m. separately: fur. $1.20:! u year, postage Flora leaves'Fernandina l'.>r St.1Iary'Rrver >
marrying by some .. paid .
) '
I ------ --- landings every ,
r were on the they were '-' ) 1Setlpesdan
-hcckcd at 1\IJI".r once, that she green might not be. dis body, or the world would not pet along i but Arrive Luke City....... :3.45: p.m.1 The price of iio'Weekly\, Sun tight pages, and lu-rcturnlug loncJ Tuesday, Thur

turbo'1 1.Juhn. a family came to me without the troubleof i GOIXO KAUT-ST. M MIKH DIYIsI: N. Af ysix columns, I is $1 u year, i pfJ't.puid. 4luy und Saturday
Stimson wedding. Etty will have to marry for a For club of ten sending $10 we will send The Martha leaves Fernandina
was not long doing more me.1' Ttifftlayf( $, TlilhRdyrrnul SAt ttu ", saru
than back his 'f get former light-hoartedneM Thurwlay Satnr
the dead woman's! gift filled the void l in ids; ]It is nmk-r!>ti>od that she will shortly do IA'avr. ft.: Marks,,...........U..,........12.0. anj! fvAiMrcw I. W. ENGLAND, I ay-rcturlng everyIonduy, Wc-dnetdai

heart little Esther: became the joy of his so, bt-coming tile wife of the junior partner, hcare, '\ftkulla........................,...12.3o.Un. Publisher: IUIJ Friday
life. lie quite vanished: from the Hed Lion who ii i to succeed to Lawyer Hay'a business ArrivaTallahassee.. ...............i...... 1.41)p.ut." 52 New York City.
A red brick mansion _
little smaller than .....
very ;
--- Through Hill
and I the work at the forge had never !been Mr. is of
Hay'* own rising the side 1.luthl&
on east of "
mini out in such ', C6N.VECTJONS.BothEast I HUI'SIU.OU KKMTAUIMXT: :
fJualltitanllli() 'promptly the village and ,
green certain
; in it
l and well. Hut always, when\ the hammer being built for Mr. Juhn Stimson rooms, who in are to ; : and Vfnt bound trains meet at "'*;.. by MALLOUY'S LINK of fh.Jcl to al>
t'I'...- .-d 1 ringing or the Lt-1I4I\\'lIlrCW quirt forn".rr Live Oak :}; joints on the St. Mary'is.
and traiii
give up his house in the factory yard to his connect with 2:45 on,Suivannah : Between Centre and AluiJtaa,
than a minute. EUthlY voice uianager.1LOJI.y. Florida Western Railroad for ?
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r> 4rtied tile -died from the inner morn. Savannah and Altany.Passenjfers 'lost Cuuuer'tiinmade ,

1 want yin, Very Big." was the gentle Sued IH Jloney Jude II for Chattahoocheo River Boats FEUNANDINA, FLOHIDA.HAVING .

\ t Y. connect: with fcteamt-r Rebecca Evi-rini-ham; with tho dew York, ChftrUston) onr
Ha" it grown any ?" was the next re- lt tCII.SJYOUn: ENGINES: FJtOM every Timrwlay \palachlcola 1'la..nud L vannah Steamers.toiii .

.>..",:.., as, the eolith julfkly appeared at the us, and save $1M) on a 10 Horse ; $;ij..> every Saturday for Columbus' Ga., and J':
UnhideTh" lit a 's) Hun, and $:Jl ) on a :30 ]Ior..e-Tow- fanla, Ala.Coltnevts. u. moved and fitted .4CCOMMOII.1.TI0raI't'.

h.tm I-imw'uring! wits then gone er Engine.: !Send for our price* before pur- \ with steamer G. Gunby Jordan ( rl'.tntl'( IH. I am un f-

it.ii .ifri.ili for the thouiwii'llli timeinga ( basing: ln1- nt'tl, Gins, I'rv-ffn, Saw and every Sunday for palsldcola:; l>Ia-, and to furnish incaU ut all hours l'r'lur4,1 for I'assenpers.. E.xcurtiookts and Tp u
!I 'j i makf-U-lieve j->lrtwt--u the (iri"t Mills. Threshers, or any kind of Ma- every Tuesday for Colgmbu*, and Kufaula: the best style amid utrX'fnmmr.Y will find this! a very attnn Mve trip, ui,hisreiifry
.'J ttiat, u-9 );tt, little band wa growing t-binery. We are Manufacturer1 .Agent \Ia. .I is grand, ana nllL. tore and othej
!111' h'yttuuttitjgfctHI. hue two were and guarantee lIIatlllfU1lnn In finality amipriw. Connects at Lake Htwith trains game are abundant. _
'u" .1..)' to U of thit Pins *lu: MU 1:.&)', W.\[.J.a:Jt IOC}). Florida i Central ItailroailJ/or: Jacks! on ntyille the jl : _J/MV I'll!CES.-1Z f-ir* Kit: her of the above ttn\e can b

., ;1":1.: .: 'It her nanmnl .1.cJi"tributillg No. 135 Meeting rtre\?t. M*. 4 side, near and St. John,1iv.r. IVrnahtliiiu and Mar cJiartcml for eX'u"kl ptirtM' any pint.
wm1; !It t -.,..! o'ltif tho*." liit'ivish treniI' -.. Charleston! Hotel rUarKftuu! 8.
u..railI' arb; ,-ai.:.,- I h.,1! ,11"- '!IIII'I.till.; April) 0, 1W1 im: l'a.'":t'"r ; :!f'UT. (\_tltllu, epicure trial I Is all I ask. JOIN R'i.viniux( : .
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'; THE FLORIDA; MIHUOK.Titt It will be observed that the ordinance establishes IMPARTIAL JVUniS-GVITVAV'S mules hauling thI1Ios well ns hire of hands, I .

.*... -. .... .- ...... .. it salary for the Mayor of $fXI pci CASL'. for loading: wagons and driving team, and,
.SITCfilr.l-'-- }'. 1'rit't.'Jllthlt I.?, 1881. year ; no duties are assigned; or limitations It hardly seems! possible' to empanel' a jurj' for Fences putting arc the very rails expensive:! in\ position., and a majorityof I TilE STATE BF.YOXI: : Tiff. I'OTOM, \c'I'! ;' : .

) f ff . __. . -- upon his leisure made It i is a deliberate! in the case; of Guiteau, thc members of them arc wholly unnecessary. The \lint: In: 'UTlm" Kx-intttXET: O"FI'F.J-I, ( ,y1JV1S.VOTO.V. .
1 : 8.I1..tJtY OF .ir.t ron. voting of n I'ulnr.of. $Jell)I per annum for, ell which I i shall not have formed or cxpre?" ct 11 census places!' the expense for building; and l SEUVICI: SHAM t'ouT.EliS'Till.! I.," ''I'TII.T

( 1 +bt ( We have hitherto refrained from/ any adverso I' I future time, unless the t'ouncllnre ctnbol- an opinion It i is difficult to suppose! that rel'tirillJimll: / (fences' during." 187! in elevenSouthcVh \ Itt.UJfK:, J\Mfs *:\;,11
!states: nt $18, >i rti\ .7H.; ( libb! county'sproportion
t criticism upon I the l City G(ntncil. In to u cl by the success! of this movement t to there! is a 1 person in t I he United+1 States, who i'l i of tlc, '-e thirteen millions of dollars ; 1 HUNT im-n DOXF:.

fir, fact It may; he sold that ns a rule its operalions still further increase it, which is i not improb able to read, who has not formed. and probably would bo enough to buy every cow, To the Dlitor of the Mirror :

't \TCrl'lot/ noticeable.1 1 At the springdoftioii / { able.The! expressed 1 1 ill! opinion,1 i in t reference to this sheep and(l hog within, her !bottler! Instead( WAsmxifTox, November 1 12 1 1"' 1

,i the (OO.trlor.Il'un/ the statement j justification. of this t: appropriation l. of, atrocious: ('rime.'fhe of fence continuing the t pastures, : to t fence only,largo:and tll'rchVe fnrm It: 119 From Washington we ]look across th" 1', .: .

I;,4tv \, ;i; of facts; required/: by the net of the Lrgislart the, tnx-pnycrs' money is 1larl',1Il'on, the world has greatly changed since the this: great annual outlav of money and. ruinous mac upon the hills of Virginia.) Virgin _

,f, ;i tine\ had appointed( [ nun of our lno t worthy ground-first, that the Council' \ have. recently old English: law was established], that jurors waste of timlJl'rrill not, the intelligent named from the virgin Que('n, Vir-::i HIM,: .

i| citizens to tin office\ of JIa}'or, The old I imposed upon the Mayor the extraordinary must not' have: formed or expressed an-opin. Warrior farmers of:\Howard, Hutland: +and l, .Hazard Vineille eldest and most majestic of the coloni.il: l .

i i ,Council, ignoring, the action of the Governor; duty of making a\ full showing of the ion in reference to the case: they were callei. \ districts, Eatfncoltt: get up a Godfrey petition requesting!: teihood. liar! yesterday, on her hip_ ,

;t :nnd the act of the legislature' appointed an bonded( and floating indebtedness of the t.) try The essence of the system was an our ordinary, to order an election on the subject sand, was! celebrated the event that O'MI[; :

4: election\ for city officers, and the present iniimbents city and putting; before the people n plain impartial tribunal If a juror had, read the of "no fence,"" to) be held before Christmas our independent' nationality, and. prcG.i. i
adherents and practical plan for refnwlCmjsuch;; indebt! evidence or been present at the examination ? We cannot have: a more suitable or
; I received the VOWs of their propitious time, fur f this elec'{tiun, Let us! not the brightest and most wonderful' l book, in
Y 'i' only, mostly!: of the, colored race, the cIIIl ess. he, must almost /necessarily have formed am'expressed l delay until our f.lrmilt.lalHI3 lie out uncultivated the annals of }peoples Today, Virginia) ;r

t ,, conservative! \'otl'ri'IHwll1g confidence/ : in the It seems to us very clearly; tho duty of the nn opinion either /for or against for want of timber or, means to /keep: humiliated and debauched weariii", .. i isorrow's t''
Clerk and Treasurer to be able, at all times to the accused.! It not difficult in thn e them /fenced Let the general good)( be considered "
;' r::1] fiction of the Governor, not participating;: in and will ha'e.an election/ crown of sorrow, her fair fame I I h?,.-
i ii jj} the election. The Mayor( and Council chosen exhibit n full showing; of the indebtednessof days to find jurors who hall not formed' an and. decision, we in favor soon of the "un-fcnce" vows, and her obligations repudiated. T'i'

i l\\; bv this ex-)irtc election Ilulllllt.11I any re- the city. This-indcbtedncss, must necessarily opinion Intelligence traveled !slowly' ; law.--1'. 11. J.t ill J1"COII Tdcrrajth.AT hills of Virginia: ]look across the Potnn' .,,_

sprctreprrst'nttleprupertynttncrsorthein': consist: of bonds and, warrants duly newspapers were few and seldom issued! of- upon Washington; with its marble, (apiti, ,

{ ;} telligenco of> the community. Asa matter, of registered If the Clerk and Treasurer isun- tenet than once/ a week. Examinations; IT AdAIX. I the White House and the Treasury nt..I'I I t1:
able to do this, his oflice must; !be in a !singular conducted somewhat privately and the The JlcoHoiaift) ; commenting on the reportof / I
: were
; fart the clc I C't0rof the present: municipal United States ; in these, see the cati"? .of, iii l .
Di:;ston'ssalcof ] ,{X)0fKiO) acres at $1
f body, were "tax-payers" but' to an insignificant : condition t community generally simply, knew/ that a per grace and ruin of the once beautiful in., ':
r I extent.Notwithstanding. At all events the duty would seem to be avery crime had ben committed/ and perhaps that acre said : Not a bad trade for Dh'l'lon-n.' chaste! In the Capitol of the United( :Slate-:

the fact of this!! une-Sided. slight: one for any one to perform, and some out was accused of having/ committed terribly bad one for the State of Florida, senators conspired and col leagueditli ,m,

:: lection, we should. nevertheless be, ;glad.I to ought; to be easily performed in t wen ty- i it t. selling to him"at 2.i cents per aero/ 4,000,000, >I apostate Virginian. Two Presidents! of th,.

: Ihelhe3aynrnndCunneilcn'ditifthryhadr I four hours by a competent accountant. Now the daily paper, with its zealous and acres of lend United States executed the pact of con"pn.,.

shown a 11e-irc to advance. the interests and Next, the Mayor is. out of his 1 profound. persevering' reporter, finds] out every incident Whereupon the Florldinn, says : Very C}', and through the Treasury, every ta.I ; ,-

t )prosperity the city. :Since' their induction financial ,skill and wisdom, to put before the of crime tIle moment\ it is committed.IJvery soon the whole pack, Tracy, Blanche and I payer in the United States America, noonvolcns / / !
and for refundintj : detail with i the minutest i circumstances t Sweetheart, will join in the cry, but we hope ,
plan /
into office they have: never rendered any people a plain practical t : : has been made accessory to the crinu'
account to the public of their receipts! or expenditure. ) tuck ItidilitrdniM.We ) is given to the public Not on one day only, Governor "IHoxham and\ I "Mr.( DNston: will In all the bitterness of her degradation.

.*. They have occasionally )published arc not quite sure what this means.:' but for days:! and \\ecks, the! public is:: made, survive it. And again : Wo shall not boat Virginia has the wretched] consolation\ that

tf t ordinances, but :seldom any of their We know what paying an i indebtedness. familiar with every circumstance and incident all surprised, however, at any assault her shame was compassed\ :' not alone by trait

t )proceeding", The city i largely in debt, but means but that: is i clearly/ not contemplated. ; the illustrated papers give picture these, parties may make on our presentStnte/ !: :; orous sons, but by the Senate of the United

":F: they have so far as we know, adopted no The action of the Council instead of contemplating of the criminal, his past: history: and life arc administration: as their purpose is settled States, by two Presidents of the United

.. measures, to pay' ; off the! debt In whole or in paying the indebtedness! !looks! exposed, and( made public ; the telegraph car and fixed to tight it to the last: man and" the States, and by the Treasury of tho United,

part The powers of the board, seem to have to increasing it at least:, !$7'K' ) per year. We tics it to the most!: distant part of the country last ditch, even if it takes all summer. States.
,, also think! know what funding the indebtedness and the whole people are familiarized adnaitsciiiu '\'e respectfully suggest that the }'{()rirliUI
been concentrated in the hands of two of its we ; If there is an honest taxpayer in the
{ officers, the Mayor[ and. Clerk, tho latter officer means '\'e have had, a good deal with the subject It is a part of the is not wise in making an approval of the Union, let him reflect that the money lu

4,1x ,, being also Treasurer and Collector, assessing of experience( in ;'Iorilhin this matter of news of the day I is discussed on the !street: in Disston:' sale a.test of the support of a Democratic paid into the national treasury has passed

,.a then collecting funds as Treasurer, having large amount of scrip put in circulation the market, in the factory, in the workshop, State administration., The policy, ur through the hands of government employes\

'I 1r and 'then as Clerk drawing warrants! upon in such volume as to cause! :! great depreciation and in the household How then is it possibleto impolicy of the sale, .the price obtained into the corruption fund of Mahone.[ If

,r r himself. Ccitainly/ a'err loose mode of I ; then bought up by speculators ; !find twelve intelligent men to sit on a jury etc, arc legitimate l subjects of criticism The there is a man in the United States who remembers

#!j, ,, I procedure.At and /then a funding act and the accumulated who have not formed or expressed an opin people at large, irrespective of politics, have the legend of (,1\1\\ service reform

?,J? 't the time the present Council went into scrip put out on a cash: valuation of perhaps i ion in any case! which has excited public interest entertained expressed different opinions ," honored with the lips of the party of

olHcc the established salary, which for many fifty cents on the dollar, funded and required, ? And how much more so in a case upon this subject Wo must confess to sur "moral ideas," let him know that hundreds!

,! 6 r't year hail been paid the :Mayor, was $:200 per to be paid to the holders dollur for dollnr like that of Guiteau's, when the victim was prise as to the tone taken by tho Florldian experienced and faithful postmasters: / were

tit' year, and the fees accruing upon cases tried with Interest. the President of the United States, when it relative to such discussions: removed from their offices in Virginia by

; before him. All previous mayors had been Perhaps' this is the proposed, .scheme which i is:! diflicult to suppose that a single man exists OUR MAIL FACILITIES. Presidents Garfield and Arthur in compliance ,

.' 1, : satisfied f with this compensation., The city will require an'addition of $700 per annum who has not formed and expressed! an The establishment: of a lust mail between with the pact with Mahone.A .

t-.I i"' was largely; in debt, and there seemed ate/ to the Mayor's salary to incubate 1 15ut the opinion as to the guilt or innocence cfth. this city and New York, which will enable DI-GRCXTtKD KX-CAUtXKT: OFFICTU.

<:/' .. ,. i ossify for reducing; expenses instead of increasing apology says he is to put forth to the people n prisoner our merchants and business men to receive Perhaps the most: thoroughly disappointed
v; their letters and reply to them the same
6.. ;. 5 them. There, extraordinary plan to refitml, Xow, refund/ has two meanIngs To !find twelve men who have not formed
t', ; $ were /no day, ]Lay long been an object greatly desired, and, as Dunthornc would suy, bitter
J.\\4N4: service( *tn he) performed. The city enjoyed -one of which is to pay back, the otherIs an opinion, it would be necessary! to go to and the Central Ilailroad has always ex hearted one" in Washington at tho present

.1 t. unusual h'allh..I1() great works! of to fund over again : /. e., to ,fund again the lowest and least intelligent of human pressed a willingness to put on a special time, is! ex-Postmastcr-General T 'ner. It

;''.;," public improvement were going on, and the what has been already! tooled "'I' arc not beings:! and select twelve of the most ignorant mail' this train:!, jtirpo between, provided Augusta the and postal:Savannahfor ; authorities was he who first discovered tho star route

A : t city gave no external evidence. of the laborof aware that the Mayor[ is a financial expert, men in the community to try n case; demanding in Washington! would so' arrange tho villainy. His great mistake was that he did

'Ru its officials. It was conspicuous by the unless this ordinance is: evidence of it, and the highest intelligence\ in view of schedule, of the fast mail trains that the not turn the lights upon it, but concealed,, it
I do not that tho duties imposed under the character of the defence set Northern mail could reach Augusta in time
absence! of doing anything noticeable. Hut we sec up : in a napkin. In due time, the little patent
to enable it to he transported hero at an early
u, at last the Council. hasgirdedupifsstrcngth: this head require any increase of salary. It must: soon ooQl.4fle, question whether hour of the day on which it reached that reformer, )Ir. James poking about in the

the mountain has:! labored, and, produced an Hut the apologist: further gives us a reason! the jury system is of any further value in city. This the authorities have so far not pigeon holes of the department discoveredTyner's :!

I ordinance-we were going to say, but fur of this f uu r.fold t increase of salary, the criminal cases of great i notoriety, which made necessary! arrangements for,but mail 1 discovery, and, with brass 1 band accompaniment

our prejudices against; punning, nninj. The duty of supervising the repairing and improvement have attracted public interest, or, indeed, service provement, which upon will the be somewhat present facilities of an ,im i is threw n flood of calcium

t public were not aware of the vast labors:! of of Centre street, from the riverto whether it is not greatly overrated in all about to bo established by tho Central. splendor upon the whole bad busim'sy. Now

the :Mayor. Jlill'lltriotl"l101111: devotion to the eastern; boundary of the city." cases: as a means of securing a just and impartial The Richmond it Danville): Railroad hag! Tyner, driven by the angel James:' from the

duty inn-si be emphasized' by -well, as Mr.Mieawbcr [ The distance to supervised i is, we should decision. as our readers/ know, recently purchased the paradise of a salaried sinecure, reflects upon
Virginia Midland[ toad which runs from
:\ would say, by a t(', liwJlliu1.Oil judge, some half n mile The repairs required -- --0-------- Washington to Danville, \'uand there connects what he might have done and might have

the :2Mb, of October an ordinance was so far as we see, will be filling up a MALARIA.Typhoid with tho :Southern; linqs;of that system. been, rolling the bitter bolus of disappointment
5'y I, under with occasional load of fever has prevailed very extensively 1ccI'ntltho Central effected/ an
;. t' published which tho fourth section, depressions: an : under his tongue, and impotently:
I 1'ruvidcsthatthe t :Mayor( shall be allowed\ costs shell. We :should think the repairs could at the North during the late summer arrangement \with the Richmond & Danville planning revenge.
by which the mail which letlvesew\
t to.be collected from tie tried I before bo made in less flout week and as the, City months. It has! generally been attributed to
a ,
guilty parties; York at 9. p. in. will reach this city-by special Apropos, of James, I nm told by thoselio
him and. further that Martial rccoives-Jf pcr.cur) should malaria although it hits been quite prevalent mail train 12:40 in theafternoon
provides ho shall : 'fJ} we -by : or are around him, and who intimately know
r t } receive( also a salary of nine hundred ($900)t I> ) suppose the duty miglit; very well be imposed I and fatal in the vicinity of supposed in about thirtysc'eantln/ half hours from him, that he is really the greatest humbug
; dollars in and resorts aH.I per annum payable scrip, him of the, idle healthy summer :
I ,upon( or on one policemen turn mail for the North will leave this city who ever spun fame for himself, or tried to
+ time salaries 'itclerk
ut to
same as paid < statements of the press weshould
.t, mlltrct urrrmarshuluulp! \lice." I who adorn our corners via Augusta: at 4:40: ) the same afternoon climb up in the world on the suspenders/ of
The iudign' :; .ition manifested: in the community Tlitt!\ apology, \\e are constrained to 'say1, judge that it has been far healthier at the present the mails are received Charleston other men. They say, he really knows noth
South than at the North this The ut; 11:35: a. m, and leave for the North at 4:15:
by this increase of the salary of leaves: : the postion of the Council in ii( worse summer.t ing about business or public affairs, and
Mayor: from !?tfHi, to :$!Hi,1), has brought out an long continued dry weather has doubtless p. III, ]15y thiyarranenleutlhcrefurewbiletha ;
condition than before, .\ weak l1t'fl'nclf.ls ,
in Union interval between the arrival and departure that, for all the eclat he hay gained in this!
apology, published the of the 1Sth,;
more damaging than silence The community injuriously affected tho water supply, and of the Northern mails will be about the
r" That we acts not be charged: with injustice, star route business, he is indebted to the advice
-. we append tltt;apology as follows : tfv,, > istoo intelligent\ to deceived by such the gases. generated in sewers' closets, :same, still our merchants will be afforded a and to the work of an almost unknown

,' 4.f' V, '.:US.\SIIlS\, FI.V., \nY rY1*."" '.ii jveak apology, and too wise to allow\ the etc., always create diseasen:;\ crowded double correspondence: opportunity to the for Northern transmitting cities their This employe in the pust-otl3ce department
s t. To tht :ViVVW the l'1Ii'It "' whether in lit crowded}
I : !tmairs of thocitytV rtmajn'.in( : such bonds populations, a city
: advantage they will appr'iatean.l the Central It is expected that all the members of the
ri .\ a recent meeting I of the City Council an hotel in the The
greater dryncsa
I ordinance ifi6 can be avoided country road deserves! credit for its efforts to thus present Cabinet will have retired before the
f I IIi was paed: increasing tho8alaryof of Florida climate; and the prevalence; of nlito our mail l facilities.
the Mayor[ from i ?.1\II) to $U\)() 1 per year our There will he afforded 15th of December, but the work they have
however soon a
I This action ranye)+l'nntch, comment on the Tlllldi'F.1SU1f' 11711": the Atlantic and ,Gulf breezes account for
1 tine opportunity t to our citizens to secure done for the principles' of civil service reform '
streets, and. i is e\Tfely criticized in the /V- the genural healthfulness of our peninsularState. i
In criticism paragraph in the still better mail advantages.: At ; the of
1 upon ; present will live after them. The :Secretary;
it claimed that there
'YY' 1 i press today, being is no With the observance.of the mail leaves New York but
:f'; 4 .J ", good rctsunjnr,; the change: and I that capable Gainesville llee on the subject of taxes: : the ordinary regular at 'J! p. m., State has placed ids son in one of the highest ;
:#: >,e 'l' ruler of health tout some wire in reference there is a mail devoted exclusively to newspapers
-I- ,
u. conld be found in the who 1oridi eaya .
men city / I'J'r : which leaves that city nt 4 This and best paid places in the departmentThe 1
I. 1 1I would the duties ; lit i to Jews and night air the n in.
perform imich ?
Mayor to'-exposiirc heavy
; If if-Up"true that the tax inAlachibi
*: lumjeil\ mail overtakes the 9 p. in, train of the even- Postmaster-General has made his son-
,a a less,; salary than tho amount allowed by tho county is in the main inured topuyVmnty average of health in Florida should. bo exceptionally Ing before, and transfers/ its mail to that in-law : of New York city anti .
t ordinance With view of
new : a ascertaining : expense: :' and debts, w lat ioiinectionr good.XOFCfCK. rain, and so both reach Augusta the same
what and, if existed, for the in- the of the has thr!
;gri any. is there,) between that matter and a M hour The authorities of the Central are Secretary Navy placed
y I'fl'n'e.'our; correspondent l obtained 1 t the following constitutional ,amendment Will 0111': cy" very desirous of arranging with t the Post- of 1 his sons on the permanent pay-rolls\ "if
t ;i' H ; statement from n member of the teemed contemporary' explain} 1 ? On examining LAW. Office\ Department for the !9 p. m. train from department. Pity they must resign, as
Council, which may be considered authoritative the tax brwks of the it is not difficult The no-fence tioniy
/ county qu* agitating many New York to make the same time all the
and the led Jt were, in the morning of their admini-tra-:
: explains causes that to ,
to see where the shoo inches. ,While Soilh and through as is now mado the
( portions of the i is occasionally" way by new spa- ,
the adoption of the new ordinance : the State tax U higher th\nlt would be with mail train until it transfers its mails to lion where their usefulness to their families
livery: .iVninUtration of the six mooted in this StattJ T>e largo areas of vacant l per
+ i ii past !! or 1hl'ttf'' revenue sy.stem, the people of he 9! p. m. train of the previous evening is just beginning to be felt.
+ si-veil" years h.ts spent! time, labor, and the Alachua' are just no'w daggering: ; under\ ft land giving a precarious but still passable !If this is done the Central will arrange to
peopV* money on fruitless: attempts to load of county taxes: Last year t lie whole pasturage, and the apparent interests of tranl(1ort! ( tho mails totJlit=jlty 1 at an early 1 ECOX03IY.
restore: the finances of tho city to u healthy tax for county IA MIMi WORK.
purposes ( schoolVindsi hour in the morning, and-'
proper. 'dispatch: a
large number of settlers who raise a few! ;
r J' condition. The present administration hay >ecialt) was eisht: and a half\ mills, while scctaltrain North withiUenuftt'J) o'clock (The Kansas J urm says economy of time
recently in1lKse.1 upon its Mayor the extraordinary t this year I it {ly fifteen mills, six: mills of tho cattle, will make 'it very diflicult to obtain of the evening: of the I\ih ,";jri.This;:: it nan element in a successful life which we
; duty HI'maklnlt a full showing; of increase having been made necessary: bv such u low In* oyr 'neighboring state of will be n wilt'f t carried ont be uro all prone to overlook And in nothing:
the bondod and floating indebtedness of the j judgments; : against; the l'llIl1t).. I* it not Georgiathe! subject i Jury been remitted to the of derided ndlantago!: to oiir-'pierclianU and are the stray moments more important thai
i city ; .ofpreparing ami 1 putting before the thi'Ihh t tax that gives rN.:j to complaint; mMness: men, and the, opportunity serum in securing a u ell-furniaberl mind. Main-
4 t people a plain! and I prJi.tknltlun for r ofulI.jIII and how is constitutional ; people! jpnder a local! optiuu allowing each to
{ u convention to this change will be offend our community'i attempt excuse: their ignorance of UK
., .! ISUclhl.bh..lw\ : ".. and l also the further remedy it? cotintxjo vote for itself As an evidence of or about the 15th inst.! At that date the current events of the day and the simplpt/, t
and duty uf \pr .n' I is I't'rvUingthe: l repairing The Fri'lirut does not go deep enough l the progress of>'.tho.lUo\'cmenC.there. we appond ,}'(aUnaster! -Geueral and the General Supernteudent principles of science by setting up a claim
tt improxviUviiUentre street, from thorivt.'r of the Railroad Mail! Service will that they have no time to sucliknowledge.
the fromthe Macon Tele acquire
:, boundary into the subject. debts made following,
to t.u eastern the city. County are bfcounty .
s visit this city} on business; and if a committee ; It 'il\ mistake, however, to assume '
x' These artservices which require inG'lihgcnco [ officials, who derive their ofttcV fronv graph: of our I proitunent citizens, most interested! in that those followingeven the most exacting -
i :and !practical! business experience rile Governor or caucus .selection made to f. WIVL before J last>; the iutcHigent and' pros this matter, will exert themselves to secure ) pursuits, or performing the most ,'
qualities: nut available except Writ moneyconsideration. ; the Governor. 'Tiiev have asulutettnltrol! prcsive counties 'of Troup tout Spalding the desired change iu the running of the hausting labor, cannot become reasonable: / !
rs For fleas! imp'>rtant :services voted in favAr* )f the nu-fehta or stock! law Northern mail trains it may be accomplished.Wo well informed l. Jut to do so they 11111"'
t the City Council propose to pay Mayor Haley over finances of the county and they arc by several hundred majority, and Monroe merely mention this fact and throw out economize time
I about $:>v) in city warrl."t8. in addition >onible Has the) un\ll'utnl\lI1\ had the law passed for their l
t rej} no one. JW.fnmever the suggestion., feeling sure t that all who feel Probably, among no class of people
i to the salute! y heretofore paid the Mayor( of known a county commissioner remtvt..lbl'rouse counties by legislative enactment upon 1 petition the need of the improvement will heartily there better opportunity to apply t'<'OnOIlI'in ,
th< citv: As these duties are nude imperative of the holders. Cowvta, Henrv ,
this thlthe
ai r proiH-rty aid the railroad authorities in etrecting its respect than the farmer. ;Now
he \
assi-ted in
tljj: in creating debt
t r payment ought> ju..til'l0 benu county Ivockdale: and Campbell counties have: mntioll-'II''flulflh Yell, long winter evenings draw near: eoihoiiiehold
l t" available and tf 'tinite.Llltl city\ warrants Hut let the county commissioner\ bo elected all voted !in r"yur'If the lo-fciice law and I should lay n plan for tlit j" '
!: being worth about two thirds of their by and be amenable to tho people, and responsibility the price of land, In each county has aJvanced The City Antltnt-ltlen. hours which will, otherwise, slip bv anus
= f r face, month it would in require warrants the: 'payment the of live$75 will be fixefl\ som here. 23 j>er cent., and more, In consequence. : I To ihf l:'ll>if of Vie J/iVrur.- proved. A course> of reading, carcfulh *
{ I per during beery: agricultural; county in Georgia lei-ted and diligently around Its'>>
r .. months: remaining;, in )Ir. Haley... s term to We need a convention, among other will finally adopt this: misible, law but FERXAXPIM \., November 12, IS:l. ti rr' -ide, will make; home pursued much more attra'
haw: the i3'' 1, things); to put an end to our present irrrslwnaihle \..- many will fail to do so until it i lit too'ate towt's In view of the recent action of the <'ih'authoritk'i ire, and ureatly increase the culture! al\ll11
The m) incri>e, therefore stands thus; l ;and objectionable system of 'tbe little t 1 remaining timber i of any val ue.HiLb whereby they gave thefunds tellectual foreeof all who 'iiartivipatp. ,V'"
up.pointing away .
i l"I\lw'nil.; at 'M I'J \per annum county-Ishrtuld keep with the besides
orf'A: ntonilt, 'fror" November 1. -A county officers; puce of the city I would respectfully ask, if yielding) bountiful hamt in' "" t
: 1 I
/ ,
State'i and act
t per Lost counties of the :; speedily! intellectual\ realm it will lead! tho-i-/"'"
;' I-Ml.\ to March ;31lv,;i..................$375.00 in this iml'lIrtJunnattt'r.: Let it be done before there is not no'w on ordinance forbidding studious: habits, and, fund to of a;-*'!"
.fry ti The Kime, ut W>KMwr: annum,....?,... 83.33: The Itartow t' f'-nn-mt. pnhlUhed at '- the atinual'waste of timber begins, any city officer or employe from beinj; tn- information, which can give be made u\'ail..itl1t
Actual am unit ol increase in :Mayor -> > > tow, l'i lk woods rtnsrt!111\' the t'rectlou of new fences and I repair a'II individual In the practical affairs of life all n*
r : e-muty, in the frontier piss : as nn in any contract Hy m ,
Uul y'IlUIuy' compensation! sYt of 1",1| tllI\'!!. Let suvethe forty cents: Utilize
ts r consideration/ fur extraordinary dutL'a I of Kloridi, i h one of the neatest and I bvt per hun
s ins i waud.........'......N...............$,-JlG3 l l'rinhJIf our State CXdl.1n;

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',? V"won; the :$1 IINIO) ) worth I of property I tI Ft '-,<, ;!"Jf.. ,t L.7.'. ,' of the quiet, lijjIit-nuiMin.iT "Hot stunLti'bellue :
"' ) ''hosing :a :Sewing: MuhiiuU \
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? here under : I" 1WJ'1i'Jc.r.0'-,11 t f.: .. 1 lllor, llenlui'ts'Fiitkers'I'nek( FoMors,
living now, "
he were E'rv Ji:': .:-r>;
: E "W ; LaoiMiml l Attaclmicnts Otis' l'lait- .
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,01,'I', 1.ltniniillraI1011, calling t { \; >ii.fj ,
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t Tracing'
: I t ( '. $ ; Retail Houses.
twelve months? According < Moa"tires, Marlilno( belts\ Wholesale
,,. for : been In constant j.r: i Cruse
c-ilculation) which any one who :1'lIas 1'\ ltiayCuttersVheeler.f; Wilsoniluw
,.in- run v.-rify, they: would bo $::,:St2.:1): by tho iiuMlcfor .. ...., J ', :'\) (; Mrtish\: ) Pjuls \lnllins? : and)
| (times as much as inl \ Y, Wrenches ; Shuttles, JllIhhlll, Needles, ,
,. -mor cid I Is:: .sixteen! over twenty years, ; ,; )t, ys; J Thread[ Cutters: Check and Feed Springs .l'Ie.r.t'1 .

l\; '. !.r,' inclined to the opinion that ourHtcinporary and! the best preparation 1'.<;, J"'y J ,' ,' -.lgent t for 12.: HnUt'ric'J0'''.' u_' __ ___ _. --_.- -
hasI11Hl111\1 error in his calion. ---::_' Patterns'and: ; l PnMicationSend r.ItH.I.\ ,
,, ,( According to his :statement, the ever invented for 11KSTOK- I The dress t fur Catalogues and Metropolitan[ \ ; Fash-
I ,a V.ptvi>r-of Loon county are pay in-? upK.X.00 I Jon hl'I'If1'I'l':::
i; : I. .1 + on l''l'rOil e I thousand. dol- INO OKAY IIAIK TO 11'''i Stato Jo;:. H. {FIELD.: I AM lUIYIXn COXTIXtTALLY LAUCU-J QITANT1TIK3 01'; Goon?, SUCH AS

I I ti;i property; owned'by thl'l11"I' know! YOUTHFUL COLO AND Assayer 12-iin: ( SI W. hay :St., Jacksonville\ Fla.I"AT31XTS .
__ __
". ii the :State assessment is: only eight mills, 0'-
surely the eoiwty nuthori'tios arc not V LIFE ObaIl obtained for new inventions
.1'' ',','1a .: tll""f'j.luII" mills for county pur- t _|_ ------ or for Jmproveinents in oMoiux.
I! In thh((.iclfl'riloll) county the entire It supplies the natural of Mass. Caveats 1 Infringonients.: 'radelarkstail '

l!' SIMM-,' county and !bond, ) aggregates; food nod color to the hair .: and all patent business: : 'promptly nttondeil
,,I' .if miliv.or20.00on! : everyone thou-! glands without Plaining inn. dollars worth ufl'ropl'l't owned by the eklti. It will increase and leadingPhysi : : : may: still, !in most: eases, be j'>atented !

,(,zrn : and if :. I was: now Ii V. thicken tho growth of tho I by its. Using opposite{ the IT. :S. Patent -
i'I! anti: in this (" 111111Ul1lt, ) rl'lurnclll'ropl'J'- ciansendorse Ollioe, and enganed\ in PATENT HITS
;\ ..!the, valueof$71,700.hiscutiretaxwoul.1: hnir, prevent its blanching :- EXCLI'SIVELY: : : : we ran :secure patents .
I;, >t.4U.OO.: instead of$'!,3H'.20: :! as 'the! Kwn- and falling ofT, and thus j in less: : time than those who are remote .
,""/c-hiiins be would have to pay in )Leon AVEIT BALDNESS and II i from "'a..h i IIgtol1.

''Ill\'. recommend When Inventors: send model or sketch, .
[ IHH: >ven at the reduction we make on s I it. ; we make .search in the!! Patent Oflice and ,
Lmr contemporary's figures! t the present rate It. euros ItfhtiiK, Eruption nil V'ISO n'to patentability: \ ,1i''eIf ('hm'I'.
nt taxation is oppressive} } and when compared and l>an with that of ante-bellum davs is really HAIR ])RES' INO it Is very I greattriumph ; and NO CHAHOE' ( UNLESS? :::: PATENT -

Lntr.igcous ; but it has, pcrhap<, been made desirable! giving the hair a : : I IS: OHTA1NED.Wo 1
nroc! ary 1 by the extravagance; and 1 (fraud of i silken softness which: nil ,I refer by permission to I he City Postmaster -
"I'ht'flr" of Republican government, and I admire. It keeps the head in medicine : and to the Superintendent of the

[ilieeuntiimal; eiifoiveinont 1'1'a cuntitutionuiai clean, sweet and healthy. : Post-onieo Money Order Divis-ion in Wash By the Cargo and Car Load.
nt(1kt"govern meat an expensive luxury l ington. For special references circular,service -
In 1I111rohatililhowever! Democraticraie --t "I terms: de., addressC.

may soon bo able to remedy the evil. 4 .... .' A. SNOW .t CO.,
Much( has already been accompli.-hed in re- \;; 3. ]' ,. tf/ !2-tf Opp.Patent 0111ce,11'ltshingtnn,1).C.: ,
the rate of taxation. During (!ov.team's -:;.::!:.- ,.. ) N'j;: ... .
.hieing ,... "l;!\ .' ,I' -------- ------------ ------ ---
.' adminihtralion we paid an aggro-; 1'.<.', ;y, ":t<, i "'";"'.,;'::',,,'"#.' ,. 2XS'rIUJ'I'IOXS: IN I.1NCING. '.
'ate tax of-.">} mills: on all we possessed-or ..,' .' ,"'/. ',:',' ,s.Nr n. -' '"i11'11" "'-,,.- -.:, '
|i//0 more on the :rl.HlO' worth of property,
[than we do now, and yet the State Treasury \\CllI i GHAl\fS\ D' () o'clock, October I''th.: the imdersigned

was always: depleted\ and its evidence of inilehtedncis r "" FOR THE 'j;;. will open\ a SCHOOL< FOU DANCING, for
very much 11l'l're'iatl'.I.-J/o/lfi. children, at the Lyceum Hall.! Instructions
ello Constitution, WHISKERS will bo i : and
I given every Tuesday'! Fridayafternoons. .
will change the brim to n BROWN or .

Itmt-OJJIcc Not Ice. BLACK at dlt ('r'tlon. J'.elnff In ono jfc 'T Terms for n course of ll': Lessons, j$1. DEALERS FAMILIES: EVERYBODYAT

Office/ J'tllf8-Jo'rom 8:00: .\. >r. to GOO: 1'. M. preparation It la easily applied, and Miw. 1'. 11. LIViNGSTON: ,
Money Orders and Registered Letters from MIS.S: H. B.\Tl' .EJ.L,
;.00'' A, M. to 1:00: r. M.; and from 2:00: I'. M.t'i produces permanent color that will Teachers.Jfiss .

350:: r. M. Sundays from 10'W:: to 11:130::: ., M.AKUlVAt not wash ofT. : : ANNIE TUCKER, Pianist: 40

, ANMI DEI'AKTUItE OF THE MARS __ _. _u__ ___ .'., r
'itrthern Mail-Arrives daily at 10:25: A. M. l'UEl'\ltED 11YR FOR SALE, '. .-\.J.\\ ;. .
Closes: 5:00: I'. M. P, HALL & CO, NASHUA, N, H, .- .;
EXCHANGE for improved city .. .
Kftra Mail- prop '
Sold by all Dealers In Medklofc Oil :
['or points north of Savannah '

11111\', closes.............................10:00: A. M.Cedar -- ------ ."(ACRES OF Cool, RICH

Key ami Transit llailrnadVrrivcs GET THE BEST. HAMMOCK[( LAND

.................. ..................... 4:00: I'. M. on this Island) hTtecn acres under cultiva,
l'lu es ......................................... 5:15.1.: M. WfBSTEQ' dsw ? tion. For information; apply to VERY LOWEST PRICES.
]\\\'sl FloridaArrives EDITION ',l I F. V. R l'lJ mm,

....................................... 4:00: 1'. l\r. UNABRIDCt' wrNR :37 Mansion[ Hou.se.Professional .

[loses ......................................... 5:00: I'. M. DICT1CNq ,fUPPIEbfNT ; : .
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Jacksonville and S<. Jolinsllirer- n
IrriVes....................10:12.1:: A. M. 5:00: 1'. 1t.'loses __ aid ItiisinoNS" 4'ards
......................10:00: p. M. 5:00: I'. M. If Intend u -- __ ___u_ .. __'_'. _. _
1 S/, JlfI"slil Trader's Ifill Mail- you sumo day to getWEBSTEII'S 'I'. "'. I-\I.'f.n, '. .

Lrrives Tuesdays and Fridays at 2:30: P.M. UNABRIDGED THK rUIILIO IS COHDIAUA' I \Trlm TO KXAMINK MY STOCK OF
lunyIun.1al"s and Thursdays at 8:00 A. jrSt TTORNEY AT LAW,
Mtri/'s, tan, /)11/,1/- "DO IT :HOW." \.

Arrives Mondays[ Thursdays at 8:00: .\. M. FERNANDINA: FLA.
1 'Tuesdays. ami Fril1ant 2:30: I'. M. THE NKAV EDITION

Wedn'sdaysandSat'daysat'J.OO! : .\. M, Contains over 113,0C1'orb.:: Hp'cialullention given to collecting.
Jloscs 'rusdaysI'cdneydays) Ollico./ over Horsey'.s: Drug) Store. -12-Oin
Fridays and 1928 Pagos, ROOO Encrnvincc, -- _. GENERAL
Saturdays at 2:30: I' at, ---- ---------- MERCHANDISE
:SAtr.'r. RIPPEU., P. M.Xotlce. Four Pages Colored :Plates, "'JI. ii. c1., IHJn"I';,

4600 :NE\Y1YI11)S? and Netuiltos, .
Six months after the firs>t publication of Biosrn.pliicn.1 Dictionaryof
Ids notice. I will present to the County over: S700 I: ::lCD, CKXTUK ST., NEAR It. 11. DEPOT,

judge of Nassau county my final account Th "moot I-vt'f..l: an I oomrleto Eng-P' FERNANDINA MAKE A SPECIALTY SUPPLYING "I SSla.s WITH
vouchers as administratrix of the Estate h Diet IUWlr\'." A FLA.
If Liberty Hillings, deceased, and ask: for anal Hw 3000 Eiii.-raviagsncnrtythrpn-! n
| discharge:. an such Administratrix.GEUY ""in /l1IlYIi any other Ulet'ry..tta. ditty, (:orn, OUN.ri .< : .. .
BILLINGS, Every / constant rvfuronce.
Administratrix. JAMES JIcGII'1'iNON'riI.1C'rolt ..
Fernandina GET THE STANDARD. .
Salt of Webster's ii over 20 timon! tho CJ AND II IJlIJ.IH; S.TI'ES analDKALKIW .CJEA NJLI1tY.
; of any other series ot ietiunnritsT 25 r
Consumption t'cd.
he "hI"helot authority of tho Court la rffl Alachua Street 1tWl'CIjo'I'oml I t'.
[ An old physician, retiring from active definition."-C'AiY/ Justice H'aitc, .a. : and Third, '

active, haying )had placed: in his hand( by An universal authority In UcclJ- y FImX.xnb'J...\.
Ii Ka ing tho meaning of words.L .
"t India missionary: the formula of a ...

Iniple Imminent vegetable remedy for the speedy and No any other State DIfctionary to surely lint its item Schools.bought by N Orders and esflinatOS: from a distance carefully r" ;I' 4 .:,;' '\ x.K. : .J .!o:. .

cure Consumption, Itronchltis, which nine-tenths of the _atteuticihtAbl. 23-tf ; ON.TJIELLNK. OF Tin-: 1tItIdtd:1DS AND TUB ItIVJ;
iitarrh, Asthma' and all 1 hroat and, Lung Dictionary of tho D '" n..qANXOT
based. -- -
country are
|factions, also a positive ami radical cure Authority in the Government Printing "'. u. HAUiiluirr/ DO BETTER TITANCALf1,; AND>> BUY, AS I GUAIIANTKK; TO SELL AS LOW ..\S'
Ir General Debility and all nervous com- Wn. hlngton. Jan. A THK
tints, after having thoroughly tested its by State Snpt's Schools In : IN JACKSONVILLE -
londerful rurative powers in thousands of Recommended and 5Q College Pres'ts. R !I WHOLEHALE! A.M KKTAILUTCHER !: : Oil .ANY: 'EIGHBOUINO. CITY." \ "HAVE vonYTJlJN9 IN STOCK

k>es, feels it his duty to make it known to Dictionary that has been placed In more D AND STOCK *DEALER: ,' THAT ANY ONE CAN KEASONA1JLY WANT. -r ri...t
Is suilering fellows. The recipe will be sn-nt public schools la U.S. J,.) ANnDealer 0 t
l-eol charge, to all who desire it, with full IS IT NOT THE STANDARD? In lee. ,. "
Ircctions: tor preparing and successfully: Published by 0.A C.MERRIAM.Springfield>I IIB. I _
ling, Uvery; patient is also entitled to a Also Webster's National Pictorial Dictionary. TENNESSEE; Inap.\ SPECIALTY. ,; c. .....
Ipy free ot TilE ConrtCTE I'IIVHCIAX 1040 ,;: .
Pages Octavo. 600 Engravings. BROOM STREET WirAKK, '
work: ot OK; ) ...... '
nearly pages, containing over *
W-t! (. '
, JI) formulas. The latest and best family FERNANDINA.: FLA. GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.

ludical work out. Address, with stamp, or THE CINCINNATI -r -----H-: OAICJS--: ; I.., .
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A CO., pofcttlcn as the leading paper of the West. It I1RACKETS, SAWED A ND ,v.
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2, Bill Arp In his la-t Sunday's discourse has County Jndac-R. I). Davi, Sanderson. Plant.
Slates OfllccrN.LAND Uullt'CtIf term w-I I"i' .
CAR Clerk-F. J. Puns, Sanderson.Shcri <" :
this them 'Ium
to about
I sal: OF THE OFFICE, O.\I f.S"JLLE.Rt'J1ft'rt. -\\Z.; C. llerndon, :1II11er.lon., Ocala.Superltifendent.

I was ruminating over the wonderful FJ.OHIIJ.TILXSIT RAILROAD .. A. Barnes, Gainesville.\ _t.MCIJof Tares-George 1'. Canova, Same of ,hoot'-II\ { '

things! in the Expoition.; and it carried rue Ieecirer-John, F. Rollin*. Uainc! villc.\ Berson Fort McCoy: .

r't bark n half century, only a half century" PENINSULAR; RAILROAD, ..c.llrl.t'tJ"r.tt'ntmla1aclll: Martin, Talla Collector af nCl'cllllc-Flemillg 1). Smith, MO.MlOE COUNTCouiity : \ .
( Wll1o Branch,) hassee. Sanderson. Judge-Chas. S. I'ji'-'i!, ',
: J itl when there were 11') railroad*, no telegraph AND DISTRICT COURT.Judge $i,]>crintcn>!ent of Schools-.\. J. Cobb Clerk-Peter '1'. Knight. I Kv: h\ .
no !sewing! machine, no kerosene oil. When Olustee. hrri.tr-n'orl! Hl.tlll'll"i:: KAt'ewr
l PImX.AXHlX.J.CK O'ILLE 1:. H. -Thomas Settle: Jacksonville.\
our father.- were content to haul their goods J'lrrr./I"-J" Ii. Dnrkre, Jacksonville.\ r R\l>PORD COUNTY.Cvtinty 01ilrr.t'nlh'I" < v,,

n hundred miles on old-fa-hioned wagons!!, In Viectureotiicr 13th, 1331. Clerk1'IuhmpCalter, Jacksonville. .T'lflyc-.T. R. Richard! I, 1'rlvj.1clJcc.Clcrl'IIrnry Key Wet.Collector, of Jt't'Nlflc-\\'ail.. ,
F. York Lake Uutler.Sltrri :
\vith cradle bottom", and the hind pate !slop-! 1NTF.RXAI REF. LE. Jr. WeVt.Sui .
Il / \I'. W. Tumblin. !Starke.:
t Jtig away up 'olHlr.r-whc'lI we boys used! to GOING SOUTH. OJllcrtr-IJt'lIl1i Eagan, Jacksonville.\ Afteswrof TcrhUcndc SdwJf.-.1.? \'. :

I+E go nlf1l"ith '('Ill to Augusta, or to Macon( Leave .'('rnalllti IIn........................ 9.00 n.in. COLLECTORS OF CUSTOM. Butler. Wl..t.

; nndcanipout at night; and listened to the Leave Hart's Roail: ...................... 0.13 a.m. John "'. Il[Towel<< I, Fernandina. Collector of Pcreiutc-Ifunberry Haynes, N\>+,\D: COUNTY.Cuiilydtt.igeMinton j

old told\ about Leave (Callahan.................. ......... 10.43 a.m. Edward, Ilopkin", Jacksonville.John \ Santa Fe.li'itjiiriHlciulcttt. J./ I It!V. ',
nigger wagoners, ns they us foavc Dutton) ............................11.12 a.tl1. F. House St. Augustine. of 7iofo< -L. 1). PJiodcs, dina.
ghost! and haunted houses, and witches riding I/eave Itruntly Branch ................11.27 a.m. J. M. Currie, Cedar Key.; Starke. Ctrrk-J. A. Y'lt'nrll.'I'J'!! ,

I the hordes at night and plaiting their Arrive Baldwin ..........................11.47 a.m. liRCVVRn COUNTY.CuitHfy 'Fier'-Peter''omit'/ fern;,:. ':' ,
manes; and stealing shoe from the whitest' Jxuvc Baldwin............................11.!)()) a.m. Jtulje-James A. McCrory, City .I.m s. cr'"f Tnfrs-\\'1tJ. 1 I. I. "
Leave Moxville( .........................12.15 p.m. State (Officer!' Point.Clerl. nandina.Collector.
foot.'hen there were no matches in tiro Arrive Highland..........................12.33 p.m. EXECUTIVE: IlEr.USTMENT. '-\. A. Stewart Titu>villc.! of : rcntte-WarrVS. I -

world and the tinderbox was naileil behind Leave Highland..........................12.30; p.m. rol'crI.Ir.111. D. Dloxlmm Tallahase.! .1RRessorof TIIXCK-Wallace I:. Museaieor-; ) nandina.
the door and we !la\'Cl.1all the punk we could Leave Lawtev ........................;...125.> p.m. .iclIclflll.Got'crlQrLh'inton W. Bethel !;ian na. .tiifrintenrlent nf.SCIten1.P1'V. V

1 cx in the wood," When our mothers dipped Leave Temple's........................... 1.10p.m. Key West.Secretary t. /: Collector of /(1'nlllc-\. D. Johnston, Orlando Callahan
Dave Starke .............................. MS p.m. of St'itc-John L. Crawford TallahasMt Orange county. ORANGE /'I\liT: .
candle once a year and put them In the Leave Thurston ...........:.............. l.W: p.m. Superinfcnrlcnt of :5clwQl.-\. Grady IA'\ County Judgr..-ll. L. :S:unm, ,,'

candle trunk and we were allowed one each Arrive'aldo.............................. 1.511'.111. Coml'l'llllcrD.. Barnes, Tallahassee. Grange. C/crk-J. JIughey, Orbd! :' :

night; :and there were fifty over for companynnd Leave'aldo............................... 2.12 p.m. 7rcu.ure'r-Ilenn' A, L'Englc I Tallaha: Leave Gainesville....................... 3.0' 1'.111. .W'Jrl/Ct'lIcrnl-Gcorge 1'. Talla A't-esmr of Ttures--JaimM I ,
'aY.Vlien' Itoys nankeenin Barley, Jmlgt-J. T. i M
we wore Copeland, Orange
IRavcrrCflonl1'J ........................ ...3 p.m. hassee.Qnnnritsioncr. Park. Reid. 1'la.Collector. "
Mimrncr and country: jeans in winter. and Leave Ration.......................'..... 3.3 l'.nl. of hinds.-Hugh ..\. Corley. Clerk:-0. A. P.uddington Green Cove of Ri'n '<'c:-1'RH: !h..i I | I
i honest wool hat?, home-made or sealskin' : Leave Arclier............................. 3.5.5 p.m. Tallahassee.Siijterintrudint. :San turd.I f'

i caps! that would liold water like a jug. Ixsive Bronson! ........................... 4.2S., p.m. rf I'ulllc 111..truetjm-E. K. Spring Merif James W. DeWitt Green Cove ...Kttiwrintemlcnt of tic/+nlr- .'. i
When the girl knit their own Mocking Leave Otter Creek........................ 5.1)'; p.m. Foster, Tallahassee. Fort Reid.
nnd it took, only six yards of country homespun Leave Rosewood: ..... .................... I.r.40 p.nl.Arrive .AdjutaHt-Gineral. Yonge Tallahasseer.untvu :Spri mugs..l PUTNAM .
.1.sf'l'.tfJr'tt' TII".r.-\\'m. Con Kinsley.OMfctur COI'MJiidije : \
to make a frorfc ami we had iiiiltings| Cedar Key....................... (G 20:! p. u. ; way, .
OF IMMIOK\TIOX. 'of Iet'enue-Wm.\ S. Piumnier of 1'rifbnie-- Harti-o-t '
x and a go.>d dinner and imited neighbors, : :
f'ullIIissiollerIobin/ : on, Tallahassee. Maxville.finftfrintenilcnt( Clerk \\'. F. Forward.\
and solos of the patchwork was the !sunJlowerand OO1XU NORTH. :- iM.itiv: I .,:
/ nf SclQf.lsF.[ Geiger, "(Thomasbally.: \ ii i
the rising. MIII! and the honeycomb l Leave? Cedar Key......................... 7.00 a.m. UlerL:-ll.: C. Long, Tallahassee. Middlcburg.( ; .1.<.'1.1'1)L.! l;.: 111nIIl01ilIreIJr'tt' ". i
and I nmil n
Irish-r haut the
and the to Rosewood ... ..........
Leave ...... .. 7.3 a.ll\ Sifcrinl Aqmt*-Samuel Fai rhall ks. Astor ( ',
Jericho, and it was\: quilted in shells, and we Leave Otter Creek...............,........ S.10' a.m. Building\ Jacksonville ; D.) S. Place Waldo.SUPREME COLUMniV COUNTY. I/'I'CIJI/f'-.J""I'I'I'nl'lir | .]:, l'Suftcrinteitdeuf >
children I thought it was just the prettiest Leave Bronson....... ......... ........... 8.;>0 Clung .lulge-\V. M.( IVCK, Jr., Lake City. :Mrickland.: : of! 1" !
r, thing in the wide world, and were so sorry Leave Archer.............................. 9.1$ n.llI. : COl"UT.Cllirf Clerk--John Vinzant, Jr., Luke City. :
for the poor folks wlltlidn't have 'em. I Leave Batton .............................. 0.33 a.tn. ,.T'/Mire-Eo M. Randall!\, Jacksonville. fUicrlff J. W. Perry, Lake City.At TAYLOR on :vn
"'c were rich at our hone.'e had nice Leave Arredondo-. ........................ .40a.m. Associate..(ice-J. Wcstcott, jr., Tallahassee. wrsor of Tajre.i-L. "'. Rivers: ., I ike City. Ch/wf"T/I.'l/c-W.. Park I r !j' III0
; plank: window shutters and 8x10 glass, and Leave Gainesville......................10.10 i.m. Collector n big room, another one I by the side of it, Associate JII..tice-H. B. Van Valkenburgh, Sui crintcHilcHt Sell,oolt-J oh 1 i l'O-lllalllcr! /.k-.1"lall, C. (Calhoun l'< 1'1.! d
Arrive \\ nlllo............ .. ..............11.00 a.nl. ; > of i ,
and la porch! and two little shed rooms: that Leave \\"uld" .......................... ...11.10 n.llI. Jacksonville. Lake City. ititrrinteiidmt' of rt-hnijltt--.1.[ .; I I
were not reilcd and I've never heard any Leave Thurston..........................11.32 a.m. Clerk-C. H. Foster, Tallahassee.CIRCUIT DUVAI. COUNTY. I'erry.Vnunty.
imHc: since! that sounded so sweet ami put Leave Starke......................... ......11.45a.m.Leave JUIKES-:. County : William .\. JfcLcan Jack ( / 7i'o.'o, .',--I). :S.: :Slut.,' ,f i I'
} t. 'em to sleep so gently as the patter of the Tem \1 1le's..........................11.52 a.m. First Citcuil-Augustus E. Maxwell, Pen- sonville. Ciiuntiurtcir"f' -1). N. (l',,\.I" i I. ,
rain UJHUI} the roc if that covered that shed .. ........ (.''//('('('1fit' }lcrrnuf" -J H.; 1 H.ii't.I i iAssesstrv'f ,
Leave Lawtey ........... ..... 12.13 p.m. !sacola. Clerk:-Thomas E. Bu'k! man. Jacksonville." V
where we slept, Everything: and was good then, Arrive Highland I i .........................12.30 p.m. Second Circuit-David Walker, Tallahas Sheri, Uriah Bowden Jacksonville. Tustf; --S. H. 1'I I
world the
I and I t the was! lovely almost days were Leave Highland: : .........................12.30; p.m. ; .... ,/Rrof Tuxes-.\. J. Prevail Jackson ST. JOHN'S COUNT
and it to
I I i -Christmas long and happy and ,the chej-tnuts was and an ago. I, Leave Maxvillc r ..........................12.58 p.m. see.Third Circuit-V. J. Vann Madison. ville. 1J1f"/I.TlIIl/C'-I.. I:. < r -. \
wenbetter.: than chintpia-I\l\tll1l. Arrive Baldwin........................... 1.22p.m. Fourth Circuit-James M. Baker, Jackson. Collector of r.CI'CllerO'C8! J. Drown tine c' *
: ]pins mother's !turn-nver pie.s they and arc mince now pies, were) Leave Baldwin I a ..........,............... 1.40p.m. ville. Jacksonville. (CI.r-r.artn/ F. OliverA: : .'

the best in the world! and the ginpercaXes Leave IJrandy lirancll.:1$) p.m. Fifth Circlltt-J1\ml's B. Dawkins, Gaines ./Iprl'ill/clldelll, of ScJwol.-\lbert J. Russell .'blicrljf Ramon HeriKimli-/:: .\ I .
and now-a-days, so I catch were myself L'a"e Dutton ............................. :2.15p.m. ville. Jacksonville.: .I,"(':,'-'r of Titref-Davjil L. Jiin ,.,:, ."' 1 Vim
wondering: ,' not good ai they Leave Callahan........................... 2.50p.m.Leave Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell Tampa.Scceath HAMILTON COUNTY. Augustine.: Y
tI they are so Hart's'! Road.............. ......... 3.40p.m. Archer Collector 1
used to be and, think be they have lost Circuit W. Cockc, Sanford : of larHIlt.-J-q u>|1' !I' l.i. '
may: Arrive Fernandina. ............... ..... 4.15p.m. Comity Judge-Henry J. :Stewart: Japer.Ckr1J. St. Aimutine.Xititrtntenilt'iil: ,.
the old receipt or the !lug-ir Illtslot its sweetness. Cal<<1wt'll. Ja-per.\ .
Trains daily, except' Sunday. nf Sihwilf-.( .I I I I' ,
Those were good old times.oiiwix Court C'atleiidar. S/crij'-Jul1es l. Duncan Jasper.Awftfir tine. !
of T".ua-J. R. Hunter, Ancruni.Collector 8t.Ug'IH t
County Judy?- S: i l I. nl
rt Columbia County.Sujterintendent ; Henry S.russi.U | -
later researches of Potts MichloMch
Santa Rosa 2d in October.
Monday '
GOING 8OCT1I.Leave ..
of Schools-Joshua H. Roberts --Th"llIas Ivey, Lee l in I IP It
and others !leave no doubt as to the Indian Walton, 4th Monday[ in October. :
origin of J.gypsies, although the exact tribe Waldo Junction................ 2.15 p.m. Holmes. 2d Wednesday after 4th Monday: Ancrum. S'tlrW'--J. :S. Dyches, Lee"iuir.AsKfifjr ..
from which they !sprung has not as vet been Leave Dixie................................ 2.40p.m.Leave in October. HERN\NI COUNTY.County I. / of Tares-U. ]P."a1.! \\ I'VI

oi definitely ascertained., Many of the individual Hawthorne ................. ..... 3.05p.m. Washington, 2d Monday after 1th Monday Judge-\\.. L. Frier-on: Brooks- I. Sumterville.SIIJH Collector itt. 1CC'/wc-.J. R.: (;g. II 1'

w'nrds l Mich as ".uIi. water, are identical Leave Lochloosa! ......................... 3.25p.m. in October. ville. '.
I Lake.................... 3..V) rlntcndeiit of ,Sl'IwtJ/- <<< ( ;1 I.
in 0).1:1an.1. : Hindustani ; but the g grammar ol till! lir-t mentioned language, Leave Anthony Place................. 4. 'O p.m. October. Sheriff-J. D. Micklcr, Brookville.Assessor .
us shown in the mutilated form which rev Leave Silver Spring..................... 4.55p.m. Esvambia Monday: in December. of Tares-Frank E.Saxon, Brooks H'W.X'ot': n:. I
mains! in English! Romany, and the more Arrive Ocala............................... 5.20p.m. This act amended section! 2 of act of February ville. County/ Jiid'it
perfect !svstem! of the Turkish Tchingiane's, GOING NORTH. 10, 1 9/nnd docs not change the Collector of Rt.'t'1//e-F./ M. Townsend, Oak.' II
it quite dill'ercnt from most of the modern Spring Term. Brooksville.: .C/irk-Uol.'rt .1. Reid: Li\' (linkSheriff .

vernaculars of India, and has but few pointsof Leave Ocala: ................................. 7.4.5.tH.. THIRD CIRCUIT. Suiicrintcndcnt of Schools-D. II. Thrasher, -John, 1 R.: JM-SMOIIS, LjVi Oak):
I contact with the other dialects There are Leave Silver Spring.................... 8.15a.m. Sjiring Tt'Tm- Fort Dade. Assessor of. J(1.re\r. II. Si-ssini i. -, 11\ i

in India several tribes: whose characteristic Leave Anthony Place................. 8.40a.m. bt after 1st in born.
I habits' are very similar to those of the gypsies Leave Orange Lake ..................... 9.17 a.m. April.Tavlor Tuesday Monday HII.LSBOROUGH COUNTY.County Collector <:f 1(1'ClfIJt'-"I'I'r! I F. .\

of England. Thc Juts, X\th:1l\llIl: Brin- Leave Lochloosa................... ..... 9.45a.m. Madison, 2d in Judge-II. L. Crane Tampa. Live Oak.f 4'II
; jaris: for example, singularly;: resemble them; Leave Hawthorne........................10.08 a.m. Hamilton, 4th Monday Monday; in April.April. Ckrk-\\'m. C. Brown, Tampa. u/.eriratcidoitt' or'". School.*-J...u. I V ...

und a very good case has been made out in Leave Dixie................................10.32 a.m. Suwanee 1sk Monday after 4th Monday S/lrrijf-I>. Isaac Craft Tampa. Live Oak.'O 'ls
&! favor of the first mentioned as the original Arrive Waldo Junction..... ..........11.00a.m. in Assessor' of Tuxes; S. E. Sparkman, Tampa. .. n\1 t tOUXTY.County .
gypsy sti-in. It is a historical! fact that somewhere Trains daily except Sunday. April.Columbia! 31 Monday after 4th Monday Collector of nl'i'/'IIIIe-\\> '. Duns, Tampa. Judge-:5 mires, II. (Ti.in.!! '. :r l 1.: NIa
number of Su/ieriittendeitt' of Schools-W.P. HendersonTampa. '
I'I ab nit the year .tO I \. n. a in April. I'ri"l' ntcV
I't I \ minstrels did hind their into ('lerkJohnV.liekim
rolling way EntrpiM:
after 4th
i Tuesday Monday
,t. I'i 1 Persia ; they were called luri, and are described FERNANDINA A JACKSONVILLE 11. R. in April. JEFFERSON.County .SIriff-\\\ .'Cone, Entti:....riM .
': Firdousi in terms which might J. D. Christie Monticcllo.lcr Attestor
,. k by .xioisa SOUTH. Fall Term- Judge- ; 1l1iI..rtJohnIi.f"J': 'II i.
: equally well apply to a band of English Leave Fernnntfn.,11.10{ & 5.30 Taylor 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in $ -T. II. Simkins, Monticello.( prise. t.. 'J'o rum V VI'r
''i Romanics. Thu word "I'lr& is still usedin n.m. p.m..Leave Clerk-\\'. C. DIM, Monticello.k'tijterlntendent [ C'uUectorrf 1&I'elllft-Jo:1II: : B.J.'rii... j
,) Persia for minstrels and Hurt' Rood.:;.;,11.41 n.m. & G.20: p.m. October. \ I.and.StijifriiitctideHt.
strolling vagabonds of Schools- \ R. Taylor, '
Arrive Jacksonville!. & Madison( 2d Monday in October. .
12.50 7.33: ,
while under the flrlllfllri it is the. .. p.m. p.m. .
Monticello. oj'
; Hamilton 1th Monday inOctober.Suwannee StAoffc-.\. < ;,' VII
generic appellation of gypsies in Syria and "' GOING NORTH. 1st Monday[ after 4th Mondayin County Trcaturer-W. M.( Girardeau, Mou- Enterprise., rr

I:; ypt .call: historians speak of these! i pie under the alternative\ name of Zutt, I.cuvc Hart's nO/lI1.J.-I.! 3) .t of :r 'l'clllle-Jo.cph Palmer Mon '
1.13 ,
a.m. p.m. 3d m Mondav after 4th Monday C<>u>it>, .TIl.l"-\\ .\. (Giles. f'r.I'It'r'd'r. \ .rh
,' which is. with much reason, believed to be ; Arrive Fernandina ....10.25) a.m. it 4.50 p.m. October. ticello.Astefsor. ..../ :) II.'nlker CPUWI-.I.
i .\ai n corruption" of Jat.: Tho gypsies"! call 'themhelves Double Trains daily except Sunday.SUNDAY Lafayette, Gth Tue tIaya ftcr 4th Mondayin } of 1i1us-J. P. Grantham Waukeenah.4 Clerk-Nat. R.: Walker, Cniwt-.t-n I I I 1\ :, i
f fl \ Rom" which would .
or Romany. -
? $ -
fI ; TRAINS. October. iijnr tendeiit of r.CifJI---\r. T OI.V.J1
ff I : point to tho "Dom"1 or "Rom" tribe as LIFAYETTE COUNTY.
t, heir original stock, the initial lcttor'>oftht : 'Ix',ivc Fernandina....................... ,').00 p.m. FOVRTIf CIRCUIT I. : Craw.ml\jIJ.oJ' l dr
.. word .bt-in!,/ equivalent: to their s orR, :: Arrive Jacksonville..................... 0.3.5 p.m. Spring 7'r1l1- .. I'." r CVIII/f.', Jflll!, -\\i'. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Trent>irer-t\\' : 'W.-Walk!. i I' :41
TheM? 'I Wi ltf.. who arc .principally. foundVinlthur << {((!: LtArb Jacksonville......,............... 'J.OOa.m. :St.:: John's, :2d.Tuesdayin: )(arch.C11 i.lwriffTlllimas= Walker, New Troy. furdville.tillrctor. 4"
\ \ tribe. Arrive Fernunilina.1o.3in.m.. : \', 4th Tuesday in March. Ch'rk-IItwcll,1lnwkins, New Troy. of Ir.lllt'J J IK \\ ukt) >.. ( ItIM}
arc essentially! a roving: Among .
other things which d1atiuguisli tiiein from '..,.I V. Bradford, 1st Tuesday in April. Mu) 'riufciuleHt of Schools- .C.IulI\ler, New fiirdville.\ 'al
H other IlmdiMijiiistii their indm}l''nre= toceremm.ial $ii Tiox R.iker: 2d Tuesday in April.Nassau Troy. Artefmnr (of 1il.4e.r-t'. R.: Iv.v; '', '. >
F l i 3. .GUv > ,; Tuesday In April. County Treasurer M. N. Peacock New ford\ille. U
tr : )impunity, such a*. that which .; t .. .
{ r j arises \lIICI\vohlnq'u dead body, and} their Ituval,1st Tuesday in May.. Trov.Cvllectur- .5 -- --- --
liking 1 f;>r Mvlnt1 tU-sh. Now gypsiea in Europe : AT FERNAXDINA, FL.\., Full Tc'rm- i of Ieitlmue-Newton Pap, New V (0. i'.t1'EiT.. : ,I.m I.

r 1 .' an1ry iMH-ullar in their eating, and With New York and Fernandina StcamfhipTLinc St. John's 2dTuesdaytin! 'ptellllHr. Try .
I It are, pt.fJRu, tho only race who will cat aim I. from New York on Tuesday, at 9 Clay. 4tlt T\f!\day in 5chtcutber.Bradfonl .lsscsRurof Tar
t r rf m.ils thurhlave diet a natural death.. Mullob'inl1 a.Ctt.l.10a.m.or&3) p.m. : aiuifor New 1st 1'u\'Ilay in Octolcer. LEON COUNTY. .I.I'r.
or 1II'ull'ig." itheic f-1vorlhHldka. Ysrlc on Thursday, at 10.5: a.rn-tt1511.U\} .,. Baker, id Tuesday in October.
I II CountJudge-Win. P. Tallaho : AND : ,
= Byrd, >sce.t iJOAiililV ,
lJ'tO ''r.
C')', and 01110'.1' the typical and! moat ainusingoi'ilif 04'f p.m. .. Nassau :M! Tuesday in October, ? !/,eri/ .\. Mo Tollahasvc.Cle'kC. .
; ; >cley,
d \\ith and 1'lorida Inland Duval in Noveinbcr?.
i 1 Romanyballads: which llorrow Georgia : Steamboat : 1st Tuesday |fc '
A. l'HULiE.XH .
\ Bryan, TaH.aha.scce.iufierinteitdent \\ .\ >
:. s has collit lei] ci'k'bmli-s the trick formerly so CoJUpauy frost avannah: daily except FIFTH CIRCUIT.Spring "
of SckOO1S-IleeryN. and ft' ,. .
Felkel ott.
nt :
Monday l for:Savanti! ; :iicrCONTRACTS -
} iMinmiin utiiong thrum of, poisoning pig in 5 : ldailyexcept bundaV.Citll Termstimter Tallahas. 1)r
:. order the next dav (tn beg Us carcass for fowl. \ the SUeaiuetvJ/rtrtArt from St. Atarys : FOR ILAI't.'T I
l- River Landii/ja :3d Monday in March. t., Trc'IUlftrer-J. L. Demillv. Tallahassee.Collector : .
The &ihr4 River
and \\'edne sd.y.; Landings on Sunday: Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in has 'c. ., .. nr<;sn-x< : HARM; -- ,
\ A\n TKXSIOX. March.Levy. : of Tafs-Ci. .\. Croome Tallahassee. ('c.\la .\ \ \1.\a

ian I A l'l'rtin! degree of tension is indispensa- AT CALLA1HX. 4th Tuesday after 4th Monday in '.* .rt.. : -j-TPI\a: [ CAM: :. -
,. bIt to the l'a.UIll healthful dis-chargo of To nnd from Savannah and tIlar: ( toll at March. .' > 1 LEVY: COPNTV. 7lt" )Su-f andMaukrl\. ., ." V V."

i 1 '. inciitiil 1 (11111'1 jIIS.; Li4cetime national instrument 10.45. in. and :2.20? p. in. ,\ Alachua, 4th Monday titter 4th Monday in County JtuLje' : -W\ H. Sebring, Uromon; Broom.Street. Wharf. t!'"

of Scotland,tho mind drones wofully, AT BAtKWIX, FUV.'JJ' r March. Clark-J. M.jJkirco.'Dronhon.Sheriff 1 : ; ( t- '
and will discourscT,+t dolorous music un- To and from Tallahassee\ at' 12.00 Fall Tt'rm- -vi' & J. S. Parker Dronson" Stou' HIM! Tinware.
hM :an expansive and resilient!! force within and 1.00 *. noon Sumter, 1st Monday in October. Assessor of Ttures-Louis Appell lI.] Hron 1n. ---- -
Y supplies: lima hnii of quickly |>onsivo ac p m.\\AT HAWTHORNE Jill*" Marion, WJMonday in October. Collectur of n't.t"JlUt-J. Ira Gore, Cedar 1{'. i-. STKIITY.: :
:._ t tion. No good, great or enduring; work can Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Key.yujteriutewletit.
it it bot-afely I accomplished! bj; brain force without To mlll'frol\\'l'utat. tat 10"O*&l.m.Gnd 3.05' ,., Levy, 4tb Tuesday iif .NovemW of Schools-J. P. Menilen- Second Street uppuMte the Pusf-Oflie. t
'.. a nerve of strength uutllclent'to give p.m.. X. / Alachua, 1st Monday aft 'r-4th Tuesday in hall, lironson. .
buoyancy (to tho exercise" and, if I 'may so' AT SILVER gPRJxd \. ,,s November,' .. t. M ipisox I
..,\)" rhythm to the o|>cratlons of the mind.orkin With the Silver Spring *: Leesburg} 8teamr| e] VCXTH CIRCUIT,' COUNTY.: '' :.. -

.f \\ ,,' at high pressure maybe ll..tl. but boat Conipany' Steamers, for Lcesbtirg and Soring Tcm* -/ -,', County! d9e-R. Withmpoon, Ma li- t, A fcTF
.; working at low l'n".sllrl' i h liuiiiuwmbly| ; Ocklawahu Landings: Tuesday,. 'fhursJat Orange,4tK Monday li\ January Ai; V son. i I! f II? '
wor-e. A* a matter of jteric.ncv, asense1)l' ami Saturday afternoon : from t tJeesburg ana Volusia' 3d Monday in February. Sherif S. M. Hankins.: Madison.Cttrli ( .
Z.4l w Wi-uniii'ss\ commonly privedea collapse Ocklawalm iliJings, Tuesilay, Thursdar' .. UTl'\lnt;Monday in March. -Joan M. Burgs) Madi,...u I ,

1, 't Y front' "overwork," not mere bodily or nervous und. Dade, 3d Monday in April J 3adisonC-fpffln' oMd.. '. it of .s.hurJll';, S. Tyner,

I d fatL'iie, but a more or I less t'tnisciuusdisc .tT OCALA. ; .v Fall Ter"'uiingl'.--' a.IIUlI.TrM..U/'rtr-8. 'I'-
taste for tin bushu In( hand. or," perhaps 2d M'nday in" \1gu t. .ft. Smith, Madison. '':I! .
WitlvJUaije Line to and from DriK&svHIeand Collector of Rn'clwe-11. ii:. Madison. ,.
Warring, -s
mi Tor sonic other siibjivt thought or anxiety '. Volusia.2d: Monday in September. ':
> hicli o'drtulos'! it>elf. U is thc otl *n ivo o'rirrifatjuu Tainpu' daily exwpt Sunday. *., Drevanl. 41h'Monday September, !i
,, 1 ; 'urden that l raks the back. Thoroughly ,. AfcED\a "' KV, FL.V._ t'Iradel2d} Monday f niXqvwuber. Assessor of Ta.uI-H. D. Waits worth. Mad-:i .
a, ; ;\bfl''lIIl'loYIII\'nt., however c1)' With Morgan's: Luicof; Steamers for New "'t ison. I I( u.,
; ,{r faculty Orlcaim on 1'rmdayfryzm\ NVw Orlt'UUs'ou i -M VNATF-K COCSTV. I' 1

J \\hilo it UMti the -triMitli.: and the supply: tvitimlay; from HaTuiiaantl Key West on (County- -Ofllcers.fluMly ""t.. 1 County JwIjZ.. T. Crawford, Manatee. ': +- -.::-
) V, of lIern..r.I1ll''lotai'' falls blut' of the deV Friday for Key Wttaml Hayana'-ou Sotunlay. AI..1CIIV.\.rol. t S' (jerk-Robert S. Griffith. Matxatw.Sheriff I
4e } t mandCben U tVplinj of'} isgust or wcariIM ..i" /nJ/e -Juniui C. Gardner, Gaines- _\. Watson.. line Level. )a
Ii t IM--$ \ not t'\| erii-ni'i.ii t, thus may bo lxmms With Florida A Havana Mail Steamship Y11k : Asst,< or of Toxft: -S, J. Tyler Dnulentowu: j

r tIll coiup 'lling!! KCIISO of clots hRS crushed" Company's Steamers for Key West on Mon Cttrk-J. A..Carlisle: Xlainesville.,: Colleftur ff Jc'YNue-arloll: G. Carlton. i STOVES:, 1I&\11n n.L tl'; :-.
fief) out of thought.; Xt'\'rllll'll'. if (the will day and TUursday ; for 1'111111'on Monday SherJbhxi' \V.Xirner: dainesrille.AstetMr Pomsli. I f ,
i< Ij'not pAW4mbly) excited', if it rules: like.; a and )<'ritt.".. o/Jjur i-George \\*. Ilawthome suixrlntentkHt &) _Ft-lix J. Sewanl. i I TIN A ND SHEET:'. \: o

luartinct\\\'ithuullllktti interest, there For information respecting routes, rate Hawthorne ftp J Pine Level. I ROOFING: AND GrTTKRlM':

U no vrrcf, and like a complex ptav of mafhincrv : etc, apply to .
'i worked whit friction and tivatnt : 5JA..Q.MMDONELL.. f% '\* "' QHuIII JIIo: F. )1 1a4t. n..cla J
; A <<-k t1)ait ,, i
) 4 'being*', tl flujyt) L>A r.t! Itself away and aCentury GenTTi tr.ak..i wn f1 BU .\I.ltlA D E. MAXWEIL: Geu'I V tiit ; A. D, ellp4c, JIi!!''s.' r
Supt :21: .GaUlcs\"Ut, .AI. .. .f CrutchtislJ, Qu. a. rt $btrwuie.l -ora' .,
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--- '1'OIfIi'Itl1 persons' have: cither the t.i"to or inclinationto of a group of flowers or leaves on linger\ I Legal. Advertisements.AT .-,.-- ._-.-- Iteal -rstnte.: '
riLK: oX lat111 he fiicces-'ful" breeder! !on, us a\ rule, it i iho i" napkins and table tops. Then came actual --- --- -- --- NOTJCE.-: TIM 1.'ICJltln\
,? r. Weld contributes to the ..t to keep oi mixed h,1mt! a nrt work and ft mn-pain) ting on fans 11111hmlll.'r'l'H
\1-: ,the AiHefinn( .A'jricultinitl ;i fitll-blooded roo terofoneofthebestiSree" +l'. ; young Indies have arrived at A MKKTINd: ()1' TIn: STOCK-
"II. which he entitles, the 1 teach Hotel and IJoadCompany : : i rnOWN IMPROVEMENT:
t' far
.nVthvPipiT' 31 r. \Veld thinks most )persons of oxpcrirnce )painting on dr'lna. which is now by holders of the
\I .1\11.1",, sense:1'11 tile l'onltr1111'1 I" It will agree with him that the 1'lymouth mo!'t fashionable 'rage.: Art. poetry decorated hold in the city of Fcrnandina,
nun good hints from a man bids fair to become a drugin PJth of September, 1881, pursuant
:in fowls, are excellent where line stock" sire theorder by amateurs on the day:
'.1111'' 11I:11'I) rxpeticuce' Vlw<: have flue market." to l\Ilil'I'llu" advertised for three weeks, rllnlldlll",
I the object
; of the d.iy! and eggs! are ruling I
11'1'1'1" 1'11"\1 fl'w of them ill he a""ociatod'with, broilers, Lit eockorcNand i --. -- - -- -- as: required by law: it was resolved! by a vote '1'on'us on 1*. It. I.hu'utl ,
"' fur the J the Mock of said)
"Talk l on Poultry. of Ih fourths or more of
tI, .1 i .1 pullets. For eggs alone, the \\'lIlle.r.(' -
? ,u.. !I "ivadcrs of the I AVVtfrr; a* nro horns) are )preferable, but, they arc neither I ... IA.YC ('OIUPIIIlthen( and there represented, that .\ ('('ehu' ICey.
a. 10 till PER, said Ueach
.? ,?, Ii.lt1'1', \' important' nbjeet.tilt economical for the tame, nor are they lobe e': the articles of incorporation\ of
;\ which Hotel and Road: Company; he so amendedas
"?1 '" us slttechihitallyl depended Ul'olll1'1 sitters and mother" For .
,, Keeps"; ca led e'cI''JI'l'ar:" he has kept only crossbreed, : to extend the limit of indebtedness or liability 0----1
1-irn-door I, low; 'Is. .\1II rule they ( stock of Light to which !said corporation can at anytime
\I'I,: ,I' :Irmers., and I fed 1 upon such rev or Itrahma"grade": they hens.:were Taking bred :a with a Dorking AX KASHA* UK: MADK) by using tho subject! Itself from twenty-live hundred Otters to Lessees and Purchasers! a largo

,v putt,,, otherwise he a complete rooster two years, and! then with Plymouth ('ell.brat'llVI dollars, heretofore to six (thousand!' dollars\ : number of the most eligible and desirable
,I', ,ii'.iks arc usually small, cans locks: A : good stock of fowls has been as )provided by section ((3)) of a'I n act of: the for
very suitable! for InHnoss Purposes
hens and two "entitled Lots : ,
,, '. .in t twoho to fotty !\ They hardy, besides legislature of the State of Florida, : !
the result. quite
,,I", .,{I';I'l: ) t llocks within this'I" helms large enough for table fowls, and\ very CTOFLI nn act to amend an act, to provide for the City or Suburban Residences: ,
their owtt living! on the creation corporations, and (to proscribe
i up prolific layers. They are\ not quite so
\\:1\1," \': any direct finding at the the common farm-yard fowl, still their general powers and liabilities: and to UPON KH'fmmcl.
?' shifty as
> ,,; .11' .'II'lil'r. particularly: through: : they will get most of their own living if I 11'1 ii..tEi: 1t .AM no ("'. roonact and amend the sections repealed by
_., ,?c. Miniiiior/ and fall: season. 't'heirhlltnly to have anything like a fuir&howing. said act" Approved March 11, 1S71 Liberal 1 Discounts on Values allowed toparties
..i'.I' .)1'IIse'l I and scat- (n.8T.\IK: .
Mobile ; in manufacturing or industrial
,.,.nl,..:m.! seeds'of grass: : and weeds ; BORING J1.tCiIINlatl': Chairman and Vice-President. )
,," ,.i t the young plants of :grass aiu.1 Wit.f.iVMlt. C.' 1 Dru\ii i enterprises! who will erect on time property
''I' rlKii' pr-'por" season. 0IOS.As Secretary and Treasurer. -14XOTICK ( purchased substantial improvements
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that such become -- ------ - -- ---- ----
01,, ? ,I luillbeseen! : : 1I11.l"l.s onions have a very important in which to conduct their
d' ht nsise than dot idedly pralita.tiwrl article of export I special care: I is now boms' it OF\ INCORPORATION for residence; or
.. v ,' : a clear gain ; the little tak,1III\ cultivating then Black alluvial in any part of the country.t Wo mean OK Tin business.INDUCEMENTS,

i \\huh" the hou.-cwife, is put in !soil' is the most :suitable ground for raising and are prepared to demonstrate the fact 1.Ia:sitnt< IXIXAX itivrit: ) : : TO MANUFACTURERS li

""r: : li. !m at setting! time, and! then them, but sandy land is not. It will pay They are operated by either Man, torso or It.UI.nO\n CO.1I ?'A \ V.BY by exemption for a term of years from ,
i i i Inyoung chicks, being the better also to raise onions on ground that '
iins't ; that bo Steam: Power, and bore very rapid. Theyrange taxation, oti'rl'tI! I by the several cities and
,II <_, cloaregain\ can has boon well for some other crop, in the
: \ > ? ,koucd. gathering of which all the weeds have been in size from TIIKKK: : INCH TO 4JFKKT } authority} of an Act of the T.egisht towns.. Apply atjfraOflko

\ ,,1 l i _i\ e-.it as his' o-iinion] that this taken up and the earth left clear and )fallow.A : IN' WAMKTKU, and will bore to :: lure of the :State; of Florida, entitled of cor. P.oacli it 7thsts.,1''eruandina.ll : .
'I i ,..I I Irt. 1tI fowls; is I'l'nllhetter on such ground will grow finely and "\11 Act to Provide for the Incorporation .
iv .1 I i n1 plan, provided i one does\, not with crop less: care and cultivation than under Railroads. and Canals," and) approved\ '\ February .-tf- ..-. -... .. _.. --- .. --___
business. large scale, till culture 10th, 1871, notice is hereby given, as
_' ill" t the a / any other conditions.I Concerning Till: H-'I,01tll
,01< ;,1- ,,i ,\i!.!lid| the IH'-IIS: : e.in: he induced' : of this important. ('mpibh'y': :; Circular ANY nl.C: : t1lBn/ :J) nl.a"l'lI S required) by 1 said: act, that :a company has

i iv wiicrt- their eitgs: ; can bo found 1 \ while says :-All animal manure iHed should been formed, under the name of the r AND AND! IMMIGRATION COM PA'Y
.', \1.11\' tanners do not even go to the I be composted I with a good commercial: fcrtilier LKKSlHIRCr & INDIAN, } 1UVKR RAILROAD -

,luhr. wiildiiijT. hen-househilt he re- for four mouths; before, t t using. There is will bore successfully and satisfactorily COMPANY, OI'NEllSf
running! the thing l a little'! too of into onion They
t t.en- no danger your
huuscuf kind is in all kinds of Karth, Soft Sand and tp he invested with all (the l'i1htsOWl'I'S;: UOO.OOCc'rt..'*
.. HI iiiir." a some 'patch if you do this ; boides, you have n franchises conferred
d. .1 VMI r,..'e the fowls may be shut in oc- Letter manure to raise: a heavy crop on. If Limestone; Itituminous Stone Coal, Slate:; privileges companies and formed under l said Act, for upon the (/ the most, i

:' 'I i uuiU "'I'll lew days: at a time, so as to planted upon land where n crop has been Hard Pan (1 ravel, Lava, UuiUlcrs' Serpentine of constructing, maintaining I and
''I.IKI' that,, roost t ;and lay in convenient grown the previous year, the refuse: shouldbe purpose in the ACCESS1IILE: ) DESIRAHLE:
Rock and \ railroad for public use
and Conglomerate guaranteed operating a
,, U' If cu\vI.i can roost" in the trees: lay! raked together and burned, and in October : The
and 'dust"themselves in to make the best of Wells in Quick'Sand. conveyance of persons and property. IAXI'H: IN THE
the farm
,i yr> compost! !should ho applied: (thirtyliveloads very main line of said railroad will\I be about) (U HO)
.. road lilt')' will almost surely: he healthy, per acre), scattering it evenly I el ireplnwiig They arc light-running, simple in miles in length will he constructed :STATE:; : OK FLORIDA,
a 10(1':11: utanyeggs: and keep in good! cnn under ; do not try to plow too deep construction easily operated, durable, nlldwkllwll'.Ig'd eighty tho ; Florida Railroad
'inn., Upsides: every now and thl'lIn hen and take too wide a furrow. Beds should be. from a point on Tropical; I inSumter At only $l._!."* per aero to new settlers, with
nil '\pectedly\. appear with a brood of medium width, ; if the ground is level, measure : : as the best and most practical nearly due Florida west from thence Leesburg East, to the privilege of selectimi In parcels of -10
n 01 a ilo/on chicks, hatched under\ seineI.l. Miss: onions drills will not waste: the Machine extant. They are endorsed! by some County, ;
had) sullen her and Lcosburg! touching the southern portlon-of Ill'rt'IOI'Ion': These lands, : are located otx
where she land IV I being inn close-to:; the water furrow of (the highest! State Officials: We contract of Lake
mo her hatching. That i is very well, so far: On rolling Kind, or land well un.ler-drained, Lake irill\n, ,the northern )point and Dora and. adjacent to the line of tho ,
.' tin. lieu I is: (concerned, but no one wants !it there is no need of water furrows. Four for prospecting: for Harris ; thence to Lakes: Kusti.s *
happen: We wish the hen, to lay and sit pounds; of seed i is Miftlcicnt to seed an acre if passing through Orange and Drevard counties ATLANTIC, ((3ULF AND WEST INDIA)

\ ion, we can: put wliatrogiw; I'Jeaseulllh'I'' the seed, I is good, and none other should he' to point at or near Titusvillo\ on Indian TRANSIT CO.'S R. R.,
.cut for hHtl'hillalll what is still more used The larger; the variety the thinner COAL, COLD) HILVKll: COAL OIL, River ; with branches to Lake Anopku

nportunt: we wish" to bo'able to collect the you can sow I the seed As soon as the onions and l.akc'lohopkaliga, in Orange nnd lire-! extending from FERNANDINA: ) on the Atlantic -
- '.rs for use or for sale, daily.. A fresh! egg is are two inches high, give them a light hoeing AM ALL KIMW: OK MINKRVLH.Also yard counties.
i i'I'\ a delight t. a good, gilt' of Heaven-a with hoe adapted for this: business, hcven 1>, K. MAXWELL, to CEDAR: KEY: on tho Gulf coast,

\...Irtilll."I". (';,!)gI is an abomination. or eight inches wide! and, two inches deep.Cunnnciice \ FRANK B, PAPY, thus affording to the producer( cheap\ constant
.si. to lie lit to eat or for sale, must!' be fresh! sowing about the tenth of October. : for.sinking Artesian Wells and Coal ll-3m K. W. AONKW.In : and rapid transportation to the best
.vond a peradventure' and utterly untaint- Care has to be taken that the land is
witlr a suspicion\ of having been brooded thoroughly drained, to keen the onions from Shafts, etc. "'c also\ : furnish Engines, Boils .Itiistice'M Court.STATK tunrkes.'fhe ,

weathered. 1"'III'lhi", reason it is: a most rotting) us they are approaching maturity in ers, 1Vind Mills, Hydraulic Hams, IlorscPowcrs : OF FLORIDA, belt of country! traversed: by tho Trans
ntidy thimr to ire natural nest-eggs.' Theiti' the spring. If the land has been used during : Brick Machines, Mining Tools: Portable sit R. H, embraces:
t :: aft t'rwllill', I is almost surely gath- that James Ctll'l'ollYou arc hereby notified
tg summer in raising 11'01', see
Rock Drills and of
,I I. all,1. 4>f course, I is not right." every particle of rubbish is raked together, Forges, that a writ of attachment has boon. EVERY VARIETY OF SOILto
fhcrr may be some! among) Oil r readers or if the weather is dry, leave it spread over all kinds.jwrdood. issued against!' you, and your property attached

i ID will nut. ,-le.irly understand! what )[r. the ground and set on lire ; this should be active Agents wanted in every to satisfy! the demand/ of Jones it Leo he found in the State, n largo proportion
\\'i.l mean: by intimating that there is inunediately funonutingtoG2.50.: Nos'ttnlessyouslush I
) commenced in August then plow
; country in the world. )[l1hone,1Jllstll'l of being adapted to tho culture of
before V A. peculiarly
luMhiiiL';.' other than a natural nc: t-egg. in lands twelve feet wide. Start:; by appear
has: ; reference to artillci.il eggs:' now to he running a breaking furrow and plow rounding Address the Peace in gad for s'\ ll (County, at his ofllee SaMs.runeiCAt.1''tit'ITS; and Early: Vegetables,

i.. in ..aliuo any city for a few cents. lands. After layingtwo weeks, drag Callahan, Fla., on the 3d. day of December ) and The Lnrye, Cimiinct IMles nf! Timber
are made. of \porcelain: (said to be a with an iron tooth harrow. weeds that 18AI, lit 10 o'clock a.m., judgment will
/ and in Any WESTERS HACIHSEKY: SUPPLY. DEPOT. rendered against and propertysold make these lands worthy of CA11KFUL tfA'-
I iniesf production), are so \perfect ex-: may come to the surface must be carefully you your
nal .r.niceasto fool I the roost to the debt. .IJI\TI0.1'byntahuthclurcrsof( LCUUKU
appe !readily : raked up and burned. After harrowing? apply Walnut Street pay
"\\,1 oarn-vard "i.I.1that/ ever lived. They compost-thiity w11gun-louds: to the acre Dated this 2Sth day of September. A, I), I' AND: NAVAL :STOUKH.NEW:; .

, a grout( hl..titmitiun, especi: illy where eggs scattering it evenly over the surface. Plow SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI, U. S, A. 1881.
tillh. .1".1"1': ojrg-siieking: ) cats are among in the compostf: being careful to start the J. HAII'1'O.JONES & W. n, LEE, SETTLERS
f tliiiiis; that he ;'' 1\III\l'c.lof tnking'iiit plow in the centre of the !same: I lands, or else State in what Paper you saw this Partners doing business: under, tho firm

uC..lex. : at night in such' ..cases-it, is you will not have them. rounding enough.; name of Jones t Lee, Plaintiffs.: Purchasing! land from this arc furnished
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V-T; slicked. Let the land remain for three weeks after .
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\Mr Weld ;roes on to himself asher with entire free IMISMIJC on the Transit
.\t the begins
plualogthesecnndlhue. crop Groceries itiul Provision" .
opMied| to the usual style of tfnvlIIHVS maturing, do not get careless and. 'allow $1 0,00 KIWAHI>. ----- ..--- Railroad for family\ and! personal ellccN

an.1"lIrI..Ilr' ; contlnng fowls. In weeds or crab grass chance to grow. Tho ii. E. OTTIKIH: to the ,station nearest tho land purchased.!
,mbieuii-nt, the fowls; csjtooi.illy of the heavy dews or a rain totoI'm.IIay\ start the My "on. J. J. DICKISON., was murdered TITLE: COMPLETE: being derived by '
niniui kHid(, d I<) not do! well.\ Time numbiTj onions rotting.lukepreparatiunsI: ( shipping by a mob In the town of Leesburg, ,
.+ggs fall: oiL, and the fowls Jjocome sub4 in season, so that you may get them to Sumtcr CO1ntFlorilla, on the morning"oftho FEHNANIHNA) FLORIDA, grant from the United States and purchase

; * 'uAll. poultry-house: are liable to. be- are lost annually by throwing them in ONK: THOUSAND) DOLLARS( for tho m\LE.R'IN I,. A

nio tunliiiestcd, and the only cure thud heaps In buildings, awaiting shipment." arrest of tho murderers, with proof to cons .Family ,1 3'. ( : : .SOLICITED.)).
Vino Groceries
I'ventive f- Just and diistintss'. If fowls>> vict theist i ;
wi I lj.. i 'i.tin.'d.. it is best to provide for : > : r"
J. J. DICKISON.Augnt and. mailed
;; COMPJlKSSMt AIR AS A MOTO11. 'Descriptive ai tr's CIKOULAIU on
AND \ .
'III evi'.sive4Uaisting 1Xf'S-lIot otit-of-
13. ::
\ miuTHE
-KIII.win, '.'n; it here the fresh winds will The 1'eople's\ l'av>cngcr Railway Company( .. 0 application.'
fv iir i iii... stilling dust rendered tli ;:ust. will soon begin an extensive series of expertinents --- -- PHO.VISION3. ,,' I CIIAH. W. LEWIS,
b) it* tieiiny smell ; but in the housed with compressed air motor, with .2 C. i '" Land Comlllissloner.

-.'" "mi the atmosphere of the entire a View of introducing this new I''btl'nOil % ;' Olllco cor. Beach and Seventh Atl''!,
1'1\\ oollIlIt'l\l will bec.mio thus lust-laden each of its hues: if satisfactory results: are MOST. POPULAk tCustomers UI tf

\ .tlpl" ....;1 VI'. I)1I..t will !settle everyiire reached. .\ single ear Is being lilted with : can rely upon getting CHOICE .'5

.uvl .ne, entering: will rfced a white i machinery to test the ability of the motor' SEWING ";. ,
It as hilet' .1"foCII a uiiller. The hens to perform its work. If tho car runs properly -' MACHINES. GOODS, as ; ..rNOTHING \ J.;i>>. PIIESCO'rt '.

.. Veve-ii'tli\'diit| ( : however and it will ten others will.be\( supplied Ith en* I s tFZU'S- -" : ,,,j : .
'I'| tau \-5fJnin .down'if I i not exterminate gines and a thorough test made for efficiency 111-: .. -
'm. and economy. This system' has 1>1'e11lo use", WONT NNINC > BUT TII!PIN E.9T BRANDS .

i, .for the liens, they not only enjoy it, for ten yean iri Xatites, France, but when ,' ',..';.ofj '. '' Style, Fit,
d'Hji JJt ;i .ii'i' M.viiiid 11 luxury tothem, J an atteuiit.wasrecently| made to introduce ,.;. wi" ; : : ;"",...."ii( .
as '. n .rlllll;! bath N to a civilized man.in it in Pacis the 'omnibus companies successfully are kept in stock. Comfort

\i- their toilet table-in fact; opposed the. innovation. It is the invention ..... \.. .. ,
'' w .'I.j), i>.-t\vl and pitcher,' t'>pingei of a Frenchman: named L McKura- "
,.,4' i.i.1 I I .'up, 'ami it gives health ki. The motor can be attached to cars! as AND
I 1"1,:. !',. S'ln-lyas the free use. of built at present with hut little dilliculty. This! space"reserved' fort Dur tty.iF .
'r qtr 1111 m beings The engine and battery of sixteen cylindersto fl 089 i
'I to""a i ,vU are confined 1 they lose contain compressed air will be underneath ,..* Vr.HA. II. NOVI,. .'H, .T&
:'i'al. .. .( the car, while the front i .........,.
i i<* ,1\ which lI'CII..t1'\ III on platform the engineer t, ""' <
\\u\ ., '},' t.t thl'm'hell a e4e.t and machinery for controlling the ear'' .; pOE .Ciroccr und Nhi1 rt. CLittdlcr, "
t i' Billowing\ after nature, wai will be placed. Thu cylinders will !he charged 18E5 i :
!7u) 1 eat.' maltl'N.'akh dTJien.nig with 100 cubic feet of air compressed! to the t 't. .
'111 rn>- I II .. ; about : now she takes 4uiergreens ,density of 3'') atmospheres, or a pressure of '" .
,f. :';' ; now sub strips 450 }pounds to the square inch. In transmission -.:, "$ J
k "I' .'" he se 1f.II",1] | of some weed : to the engine the air will be jrfssed< .:,....:,, -
mitts '* 1 i ii ;onmtdivc after anjn- through hot water, which will further increase ANGI;L a\: 1'ItIENI),
'I' "i ail day; she .cratohe: ''aodi I its pressure( The engin<*T, by. .. Having hU'gely lucrt'a) eil myMtot'k
i variety it essential: tOo' bl. means of a gauge, can control the ,. .
pressure ,
BAKELL9'itND of Foot .; both
clef -" in flute
+ ,
11 < -ouincmvnt.\! They need 1 1.K applied to the piston-rtpd.which will bo c ;,r.11I1 ..
brfi1" fo chopped( scraps, or other :about that of steam in.ordinary r minin". 43. (:UOICE .JI'-t. iiKMliiiiu ;graders" I inn enao ,
'lie 'I ".>me grass! III' oilier green A sjieed of twenty miles an hour can be obtained 1p0 .. ..* .;> .f .
J 'K"--s'mt'haslettttteureuhblrgess' from the engine; which i is designed UJ Groccricict'Clgurs, stud TobQc'OH, ]blel. ( Ihu'cbc"nro" .. inj' fii*
haw phijtering. oyster shells run seven miles before the cylinders will :.i'rr u very dirge itMHortnieiit, of
h .*,'; '1' ? 'nir.tber.ource of lime."r nee.I recharging. engine now being built :TpYflf 'D FANCY: ARTICLES.
I ( Ii water e.m-tuntlv. at the Philadelphia Ifydraulic( Works for : J1stJf1 t iji'wR.- Boots- Hid NhueM" ....ulc by tho

1 ;.an all..thev! neeii an afternoon compressing air is of an entirely;new pattern : r iWeddinJp.TEutextainment.s-; and Picnics,J ..luoHt. ': eoiiipcteut and Nliillodtvurhiuen.
liaaqp xcrau-h: uwd rkk& in the and unusually! utrong. A merit claimed furnishedfit, tBe 'shortest notice rock-hot-' "
, .- / ,rail,'' un.1 I harn-yard. if there biM.i for the new motor Is that it does not requi.e I torn'prices, atY qt. ; '"h.o"t'! Goods were

>> protests against; using, hens an exjieneneed engineer to run it. The represeatatives I..* ,, .f'AKOEL'B IIAKKIIY
luirrhused" 1'01'SII said sonly
lit'pfc I; the of the in are
up tilth that nccuJ tl.f country '' .
? Centre Street j
,.;u tMdry-keptI4u-k-yard.s. There esKct| to \(' reunite with 1, Js 23:, I',.... \ 91111 old 1', Ot Buihling.5' ('\vliaiie r the Hqs N
p.tblttrfanuerfullstovuttivate( motor, though; mechanical engineers!
t' "Jtf-y., than on every occasion! think it will not be able to work in wfntc EQIJgh' 'ALWAYS ; f... # Thin" will be deemed

m. away from the kitchen door over a track covered with snow and ice,-- .....,. ... --, Undertukiuty-- .., u itletiMire, after Noein, :, ex-:
t I'hil Iltciird. SA
anything that they itbjjihiti ;;;-
t "liens! near the home. The prac- <; r ... n. IiI::ilatitiN. aiiiliiiiiKt and learning at whatevtreiucly

<4 u >lop( hole--or biKjt near thelli..h WRITER in (he Leisure four,"a little line X low priroN, these
tva; "Tf. water ami !other since, aid : It it amusing to glance Lack, at LI
l' ai.j-iig nr rj or Ui what hen the successive pnrjuits wnich have been sitar 1 M E is, <> ><>ils m are offered.fo .
r-) rr.,sus w a filthy one at be t. to art-loving ladies during 5
4, ; the past fifty -
fsY Mystoclt 0' aX'rl.I
i f' '!:null ( thrown J1sN's
NX tin the
spun ; yearIn early: day when womankind
OJ tnpust heap.( Here thc ht-ns awnkf to the fact that art WIM passible to fO1nsOIarKo. 1' nXISJn. '( <>l)S JM' worthy
; uIIMII.V.'l u cnlUw, and' the hiss: her she threw 'over samplers and took ,de. ? tin :
n.iMy U-nttite.l. attiMitlnii tliottt" flfftlriiifflint1
; light in Tonnal\ jialnting. Next
: carr e the
.;3'. ,h't of variv-lu-M., the f''lcy bread' rage "C tilling :laiiSf.. with) varlou.!y-cnored J 30 UNION SO.NEW; Yg1 is ETht (jiood*.
,."pV (.y .uty'fie wha .1....'" Jut sands und the al"urd mania forstkklrr !lit- { E'HJCAGO ILL.II. = .
1' '
ttnnin ..t't'rY |i!..o.,aut fur joicoil sIEn'r.tuEnt f&*+
a Jtt l'I>On. in half a acoreIf long 118111f11 amid _ill eORANGEMASS.. will 'fi'ivc '.
h'\ a d-.,-n ur twfiity hen, Is)- linger in 'iermany ai Jlttaclirotiiatypie.( FIFTH ST.. F'EIIiZibINA, FLA ( .rI'ulllu", promptuttentjoii.

: n! <(* .me ohlee r>ru...tAni ty take T(4-11( -we -find I, the fa.? jon of obtaioim the : -- .._
\"'lib. th(nl, studying; into their outlines of natural! fulia>?u by uplayhinj; India 1 UItrA ;.ROnES: ..Mt1l'.ftLIO: CASES,
t i'' i ittUjwia tall that, glut few ink all"around them ami1It."U\'lIIg the image P, PKKPLKS. 1) WOODEN COFFINS AND CASKETSTvle0'rafihlc J,. JHt! SCOTT
25 Witeludl 8t. .LtUuta (It. r
attended II"alli-'hlft.:
ordt/4! promptly to. 4-3m l .'Iar .

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR The Soiree at Lyceum Hall. liaitgc of Thermometer ;
The first soiree of the Children's. MALLOUY'S STEAMSHIP\ L1XKS
Dancing FOR THE
WEEK/ ENDING 18.uonRla" ,
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h. and
School of Mrs. Livingston Misses! Baitzell URCU STOKE.: -
2.00 A mAlt $1.0a FOil SIX NOXTJ/S.
; ., ,-- and Tucker took place at Lyceum Hall .... .... ....
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JtrjIccttoiiR.' on Monday[ evening last. Notwithstanding I. ':, ::. =c. Wind New York: and Florida' Nassau, Matair/as, ;
only /n few weeks have elapsed since the ,
.. :. ::. ::. ,
the commencement of the course the childrc,i ibliowcil .. and Havana Cnla.TIH3 .
during ,
'S A heavy northeaster prevailed -----1 71 77 71'! 70 E.
t.11 week. gratifying progress ; though some of : ,0 7i 7 7 713 M::. .

past: the pnpih' are quite small Many of the Monday, iU 7:3: 7,1 72: NW. .. ',.-,".z'h, :.(',<";i-r.[,'1,''.'/",.,4"71'.1Cl." ...L.r., ";;...:rff'i_'< :.'t,;!, 't- .strcwA1 .. "... _
of lS'r.," ; ha..w r; r .J- ; -
has fleet large vessels "'
I Our harbor quite a of the scholars and Tuesday. 14..1 70 71 iO jj( ," '' ; ;; ,.'; ; t -
parents were present, enjoyed -- N.SE. ,.. ;: t"il I''&jtfJ:a;''t { "_
I E freight. eltn(' Ila '; 72 ,.1 7i /4 I.' I"1:' ", ; ,, '
receiving "
the occasion as! much at the little ones. Thursday I 1: !?......... -I ( 73 si l':. -. .h' ,1. 'I'-"ff.o.",.",t4ih; ,,,,,,,';f ,.I" "'r...>""'""...i'..",. ",t'1>'",r =.
The time nny: come when palmetto: plantations The ladies who arc in charge of the school Friday, 'is,.... ......... 7:3: --I-f'! 70 SI J.;. f.- : '-t : IX :" ::' : >I ::},, ,

may rival other productive' crops. deserve credit 1 for their patience and perseverance
rwJtr o :
JIAL1VE.1b1't .
Mr. C. If. Pratt, brother of the late editor in their necessarily tedious ta!'k. ",.:,. :7', .,, ; ./ _

of the Stonier A'lvance, has taken charge of The regular practice hours of the class arc on of rcrnandltia.IIIOII .

.1 ,,I that paper. Tuesday and Saturday afternoons. "' WATER. j

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j { The Sail Antonio brought out /n very hand Saturday:!* Nov. 1')...... 1 ti:!H I ".'n. jU: J r. M. -- T
"The "
riorttla Cracker.
hose {for the Jacksonville Fire Smutty. 20...... fi.t2";: 7:01": )
some carriage We indorse the : ......
l entirely following just 21 7JO":: 7:1'1":
li i Department. tribute to that class of our population some Tuesday.Wednesday! :22.!: ..... s:t 7" 1'i:17"::
1 2:;...... fIfO") ) !(127) "
Although cabbages: arc worth twelve dollars : ::
times called "crackers. of them
: Iit i' Many arc Thursday, 24...... !051:! II lij.ll: "
i a hundred in New York, we observemany nature's gentlemen, generous, hospitable and Friday, 25......10.Iu":: 11:0: ;} "

i barrels of them imported} courteous : _

t tt of steamers andtrains of the nsm;UED.Nov. : FINE .STEAMSHIPSoirrv -.-
; The arrival and departure Brother Moore[ Stark Tilcgraph,
brings to notice the opening of thewinter's objects to the name !selected the editor of 13-S. 1'*. City of Brjdgcton, Fitzger
the Waldo (acker, upon (the ground that nll. Savannah. : O F' ..A..XrrOXI<.), 1.lt:.! 'I'O ....

I II I business on a largo scale.; the! 1.'lori"crltckcr is: not indigenous to that 14-Stli. Clara Fletcher, Sargent, Cain- : 'J'.A.I.'J: : ()l'' u.\nxA.H: 1 ,; 12: '1'OsC.U ...'
,I '. ;t. Eight painters: are busily!' at work paintingthe flection.< Whether the objection is well takenor 11C'1Iaine.:: ( 2'll: tons ; withIn .
{<)X 1)LL1T1': '
Ii Hotel inside and out, not is to us a mattcrof indineience. It is: 'kk", hay and lime, consignedto 1O 1'0rEI'i :\..:
: !
Egmont }preparatory the covert (ling at the cracker (that we objectto. \\-. A. Sanborn. ,\ ['LlN 'J'X.\.I'-i: 1U10: '1'O..
;( to opening the hotel for the season. We have this much to say for them : 15-Brig Carrie K.: l'ickerinranlwtl; :: .

The ]?:llJri.tltl Wednesday brought alarge While they know little of the so-calletl1ux. Charleston. 278 tons:,, in ballast! t, .t'
uries of life, and care less for them, they will ciiiiM: ilrne.l. to mder..
:;, number tf passengers!: who were immediately -. divide the last morsel of food with the "-Bark Warrior (I5r.), .,Mann Portland ONLY DIRECT LINE TO NEW YO ltt ii.

.t transferred to the Fernandina it Jacksonville stranger who needs their hospitable attentions \ (GIG; tons. ; ballast and Mores

:r Uailroad. and wo have known them to rob to order.
themselves of abed that one they noversaw:! ," 1C-S. I'. St.' JohnYogcl, Charleston,
The l Spanish steamer J/O/'ill/IICII, Captain before, and never cxpeitld to sec again, IO)9!>!) tons! ; passengers!' : and yen- O NE of the above :sniAMEl: !: will sail from FEIJNANDINA: ) FO1I: Xl\\: V" ;

'f Echcvauri, cleared for the United, Kingdom might be comfortable. They( arc ever ready
I '\ on Tuesday, loaded: with cotton seed and nasal with hand and purse< to help a friend, and "- Elvira: Johnson, Tort son 1hie, Cedar Key, and )Peninsular, Uailroad.This .

I'I i : stores, by ,,'. Law(')'. % quick( to aid all di trese\lpeol'le! no matter Royal, 353 tons ; ballast, to S. F.iticItaiii no Transfers! IK>> >(\ POII IVriiiiiHlitut and fell,
what their circumstances. We say, all honorto J. TemplSeh. ('. York, offers the Pisi': AND I (Jt'JCKIfeT:: TllAX-sPOltTATIOX: TO lJll'J'EiS;
I We are requested, to state that night messages : the cracker. Would that others were like "- T. 15. Withers-.0011]. Shepherd FUUlT'EOET.lILE: ( :;, and otluis. (IIi;'
be them in : respects.C'itizcn.TIhtN1CSGIV1.Nr< Cainden, .'301 tons ; ice, to J. C.
be transmitted, must many
order to
1 ; III Head.: The tran'lingpnhlie are olleu-d the advantages of a PIIJKCT: LINE]: and Ivl:' ..
I sent' into the telegraph( office by 8:30:: p. in., -HAY- 1'ISEI "-Bark Johann (ner.), Campers! Santos PA&SIH: : .ACCOMMODATIONS[()\) () FLoHn.TI'1(1)l'1') [ ( ClIAXOK.; : ; makin .

or they will not be received. Brazil :30.1: tons!'! ; ballast and connettions at I'J'Bt.VAXIIIXA with FKUXAXDIXA) iV l JACKMJXYILM/U:.\II][
IIOAD) for J.\CnSOX\'II.I.I': :. and thence bv bteamers: to all
stores to W. 15. C. IJllr'le.S. points l on tin s.
+ The city calaboose, on Calhoun street, was TilE riU.SIDENTB$ KLOQCKNT: ROCLMTION.. "- Florida, tlsina, H l\' nnuh. JOHNS: OCKLAWAHA INDIAN" HIVEKS, : 'and. with the FLORIDA:.VNM i

burned Wednesday night. It I is said to have. WASHINGTON, 0\'embC'r7.-The following 17-:S. S. San Antonio, Hines, New IIAILUOAD for ALL STATIONS and GULF POUTS: OF FLORIDA ; and with '
I been set on fire by two sailors who were confined proclamation was issued from the Department York 1,413 tones ; irencralcargo PENINSULAR::; RAILROAD) \ t f..r. OCALA. connecting: at SlI.YEit51IXH[ : \ withers M tl'a", ,

t t' in it and who extricated with of :State to-day: and passengers to K.: W. :South- for LAKE WEIR, LliKblH'lKi:: \ and .\1.1.VA Y LANDINS(} (OX THE; im.
i OCK1.A W.\HA.
lljthcl'icnidcnt of the United States Jf Amu lea: wick.

.1 'I .some difficulty A J'nOClAlIl.\TJON. "_S.C; 1'. City of Bridgcton. Fitzgerald, :.1rsJ' OX AND ATTKIC JAXUAKY, lSSZ tJ

,i ld f The fine steamer Flotilla, Captain UBi nil, It has long been the pious custom of our Savannah.
: t of the Savannah Line, came in on Wednesday lo with the closing of the year to look CLKUtED.: The favorite Iron Steamer WKSTERX TEXAS will run between FERXAXIMV\): \
t I back: upon tho blessings brought to them in 11-S. 1'. ftt. Johns, Yogel: Charleston NASSAU MATAXXAS and HAYAXA, CUBA.rpPavengcrs '
r: .. and will continue to run on her regular -
cotton and fruit C. .\.
; the of the and to by Noyes; Cuba have the
changing )
l I, schedule. She is in good condition, and return solemn course thanks to seasons the: Allgivingsource to order.. returning., to privilege; of stopping in Nassau, either p">in."

\ j with the traveling public. from whom flow and "-S. 1' City of Bridgcton, Fitzgerald: ,
r'I very popular they ; although Savannah. TIIKOUUII KILLS OF I\.IHXG TO ALL POIXTH.For .
at this period when the fallen leaf admonishes
The Bartow Informant, contains notice of l.r)-Brig Carrie Pickering. fa ltatl.Jlmton
".' ns that the time of sacred is .
I' our duty freight, passage r.ltl.In.l schedules, or further/ information, apply' to
s the death of the aged Indian chief, Emathl.i: at hand our nation still lies in the shadowof ; lumber ; Mi/ell: it Bro.
to order: K. SOUT1MVICK: A cnl.FEUNANDIXA .
since bereavement and -
Chipco. It is now nearly forty years a great mourning, ,
close of the Florida, war, and the sur- has Idled our hearts and still finds its sorrowful -S. S. Borinqucn' (Span.), Echevauli FLO11IKA( : \)
r lI i, the expression toward the God before Bridgewater, Eng.: ; cotton C. II. MALLOUY it CO.,
vivors of that bloody conflict are fast being whom we but lately bowed in grief and supplication and naval stores, by "'11I. IMVtev 1'ier 20 East River, New York. 51.tl
numbered with the dead.Tho to order.
1 yet the countless benefits which
10-S. Florida, tWna, Savannah.
have been showered
morning train from Jacksonville docs upon us duringtJH'; past 17-ti.1'. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald
twelve months call for our national gratitude DRY GOODS. DRY GOODij)
r f not now bring \Northern/ mail. We suppose and make it fitting that we should rejoice :Savannah.:

fI the time between the arrival of the with thankfulness that the Lord in His infinite IN I'OHT.
Bark Johann (Her.), ('u :303; tons.
;I Waycross lload and the departure of the mercy, has most signally favored our per .J. & KYDD
Bark Warrior (Br. Mann. GIG
I 1 and Fernandina llailroad is too country and our people. Peace without and ), tons.. T. =
t I Jacksonville prosperity within have been vouchsafed to Bark Ormus Shackford. 485:! tons.
ltI l Bark James Kitchen{ I). J. Kitl'h'n1m).
: short to transfer!'! the mail. us. No pestilence has visited our shores. ,
The abundant privileges of freedom which Bark Nonpareil Ciibbs, 413 tOil!!. Have received, and will continue to receive, large shipments of
f Wo hope that some of the distinguished our fathers left us in their wisdom are still Bark Alice Campbell Eaton 420: sons. ,
capitalists! visiting our State will look into Bark Usko (Huss.), Berlin, 400 ton!!.
increasing and if
our heritage, in of
.. .'' the matter of the barge canal across Florida, our vast domain some affliction has parts visitedour Bark Royal Tar (Br.). Felkin 717 tOil!!. NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS)
Brtrkentino Elvira: Johnson, 353: toils
bretheren in
forest home
in time to havea
yet even
and commence operations
this has been Brig Etna (Hr.) McKenna:\ 414 tons.
calamity and in
tempered, a .
canal finished when I.Cls'ps'l'l\IIt\ml\cnnnt .
sanctified Brig Odorilla. }Holland-118 ton!!
manner by the
r i, Is ready to go into operation. for the sufferers which generous has been compassion called Sch. Clara Fletcher, Sargent, 231: tons. OtJfl LARGE SALES: enable us to offer these Goods at such low i rices ns canu|
Sch. T. II. Withcrspoon, Shepherd, 304
:1,' W. J. Woodward( Esq.' of this city, has forth throughout our land. For all these tons. fail to attract those: wlrtr-wdnt; Reliable GOODS AT Low Prices. Our lines d!
things it is meet that the voice of the nation
t 1 1 ben': appointed Vice-Consul for Uruguay. should go to God in devout homage. Sch. Alice Tarlton, Handy, 250 tons.
( + l :. .\vessels!' for Montevideo or Paysandie direct Wherefore. Chester; A. Arthur, Presidentof !'! Set!. 1'alos, Eldridge, :250 tons .'< .' ,, vSch Dress Goods, Domestic Goods,
\ the United do Stephen Bennett, }1ou.dass..2J5; tons.Sch. I '
or for. ordcr vessels for Buenos Ayres States, recommend that all
: I the people, observe Thursday the 21th of K. ]L Potter, Sharer, 319 I! tons; :" Goods .
."' and Hocanie (Argentine Republic) clearing day '4r MEMOIUNIH.last Fancy Hosiery, Notions
XOVl'mberlnltant, as a day of thanksgiv ....... ,
for Montevideo foV'Snlcrs at this port, will, ing and' prayer fur of passengers from New York to Fer- ,' '.

I"1 hereafter transact their business with Vice may, from their secularlabors, and meeting as they nandina per stcainship Sal&.AlIlo"jo. Novem- Housekeeping Goods<(<1
'in their several bcr 5: PM Whinian! :Mrs: B :StepliensMr .
: of
\ Consul Woodward.We places worship, there to tMrs: W S':Ifciw-son, Otto Zimmerman
Cloths Cassimcres
join ,in ascribing honor and Almighty Clothing
i. .' hope that our citizens will combine to God whose goodness has been ,\ 'II Gnrdn H A DeLand, Thos BaU '
so .
) make all our streets pleasant for driving. manifest in our history and in our lives. I Chris StrapXfclex{ Forsyth' N foean Hats Caps Boots and Shoes
ff b Jos Forsytb"Vl.inton'Arthur H. ,
f '! .' Saw: dust makes a good bed for awhile and and in offering earnest! prayer hat this
) &
L 311, J S Elli( MO'iU111 son, W 11 Cobb
f. } bounties continuo and to .r- *
1 1 fa :,' is, in somp respectsoos' objectionable thap dren. may tous' our"chil. J, 'n3pp am Bfe. Col K'L: Getehell and ) .Gentlemen's Furnishing- Goods( ]

.< 4'i.} a aI shell Itjfho bed of\-o\,1Is, made hm rd'atiU, : fll\1 witness whereof I ifave hereunto setlOyhnnd. ,11 Alex McljMvWn) ; \\'Aihos; Miss S E
i. : 'S urrough i? Mackcy and son, II will bo found complete and attractive and will '
I lf pa3snhj5jlne;:! green turf will toner tfi:7rtar$ and caused the seal of the United a repay pnrcha-in:
J. 7 States o Jggc,1oI1rrctt, J llemington, WI "
to be nfllxcd.: SA' ordering elsewhere.New .
gins of tue streets and prevcnt'the' ; action of Done at the city of Washington this 4th ? |art and mav,,Mrs.Carrie Thompson
i the wind on the. sund. ';i;j: of in the of l.or\fono day n nr cluldEWV.Chas! F Buscall, J DTrough.f York
November, rear Office
I It ;, :tf our 8t aamiah Dunn;; H llaleighfe \ N.E. Cor. Centre and Third Sts83Walker t
I We are g1note: n general'!spirit! ; t'of rmt and thousand of the fight Jjundred and eighty-one, fe, )hl'$ft8rowivAyms "Whitney, G Street J I{ Fernandina, }'Ia.

l'r\\'emenC. ourl' .. fcivcvpitt. independence of the Uniteil 10IlaI1l1.frs
j \ t New States the 10. t MrsY. :: Mary Ma-
100th. :
t houses, repairs' and additions are tit be seen ( C/iEhtER A." ARTIu_IL.' hn eu Wilsoitofuy Fuirbrother, Jos Mer-' DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS
r' ) F Miss K Mower F G
Edgecfimb, ,
Paint and whitewash do Jh.tLe President .
.' all ovep.tho l tr, : I
)f Miss Cameron K E
fc* **% JAMES ; Alig Corrigan,
G. BL.1t ,
( wonders'In giving I preventable!: appearanceto tE Scc'r "'-..State.Ltet9fLeUers' 1 I, Jolmt saton; Henry Dennison, A.ton.
one's premises. Fernandina. has the making 'k**#.. x / .>;" "ulocki; Geo Mason, L W SCHOOL BOOICS !

+ of if ,will ??, T'.1] j T E, IIcndriekon''anJ .
4 a very beautifulity! we :o2nalnInginth I !"'ost.Ot1leeatFeniAi'. : d' 80 i's.T 1> I ricksonr Miss E$tedman,.

A' supplement the good thing which- nature na'Nassau county,Fla., Jjor,*JO ISSU> .M :1t3tcvl) Ge&I'jCree, T M' Davis: i.- : LARGEST STOCK IN THE STATE ATt'S
!.- has done for us. .., ,.' ; ;'P.aviS''Ot mjth; and wife.R- Iun- "' .
'son calling thesejettcrs rinnSiieaXaudyei ; :..
,.. < \1, Mrs E ne. Miss\ Doune, Mrs. ,It EK ,
i -; Colonel Jordan, the SuporiutcndciH: of the tisedy'. ri1 'f'I,; ii t tine; 'l\1i\ i :Miller: \ : MM Phebo HMEAD. ,}:I3s; 0T-IERS:

: I Palmetto Paper anufactnringnpany[ i Avery, Funny: Averitt, LnctolnM ,\D OD rW'II'Woalwortlr.! ; .

-I, was in our city on Tuesday. Wo learn that Hugg..J,08ephmc,, Buford,J. ID* *V.Bishop : gel'S fr' H-rnai\,dina forhe9VYorke : p-
,a the company has erected machinery for :Mamie: Brown. Hester: i; ui sbiJ Antonia, November'18: l- 2l.Wtetttlay? Street, '- 'JACKSONVILLE.. FLA..

Burns,' Martha ..\. Crandall ohJt'; Adapts, :ha j\ Jos Boll,.FrajiklliFritl3.MrsWK: .1/ : .
'I' the manufacture, of j nalmetto paper at a cost Clay Mprtha'Cook ,- lIl'nr 'Jos : '
; Ge C {
1 set 1'hiolcsale nut Ketnil Publishers'Bookseller*, Stationer, 811 j
; of $100.000 at suHabfa point Pennsylva eotml\.tt. John KlliottJ :ll i. C ind family! ;,':> *,i. ., / ,

,, nia. They have )perfected the manufacture.. Ensign: W,P. j\,- : FreeniotM :01. S. 4.' ;.' ostegrn> fadutona i )fm'uFernan. :; ti: Dealers'in' Toys, Xc( >vs and Fancy Articles" ,
Gibbs. J. d for New yyt "Novero .r,1 )Fi126 bar-
and OhiraKiti[",= mla- $ ; .
are now prepared to nuke.paper of superior Hagcss, HJ, ? ]IoieLf \. 0 .w pirits(202;

  • quality, some of which is worth'nlnety Hannes,=Ilendroy Hicks/XM ,.a' 9 bales byea and skins. 50 empty ,beer, --

    L ; s, cents per pound.! They! have purchased : lusted. M. .._ Jenkins, J1&'padtjfcfM oraniresj 100 boxes cedar -

    the Savannah paper mill, and ;3vnhuttliiie: Keen, Elizbcth' .'Mc1 r.',. Oedt.f; {t.t "as;'old ron, 39; packages AND BLANK BOOKS for Counting House*, Railroads and SteamlxL : "]
    j : : JI .McCall, Thos. ;\, ndise.: ':. I' .. *
    IcFarliDl : Made to order LAW BLANKS for
    I that witli other mills! for the prepntatton'of Miller Precilla 111 t Lawyers and Justices of the Peace
    ; McLenaift nd4 ftJ"t"p.
    t't '"' pulp. They expect to obtain mbst-1of1their Perkins, Josephine lllchard* 0 k, ... (!!iP._ ,... .. J.:. Subscriptions taken to all Papers and Magazines at Publication prices.
    "' I 'vvttt1
    1 8jQ\L.t1] "t y er; wages andThis
    ? stock from Georgia and Florida. %} : llobiiiboa, WUlio. Robinsom : ,. Send for our Catalogue and Price Lists. '
    ,1 _. -----. Suna11,1Vllliau 8iCn ',>)fir i 4q1; .,,teM. ,,r. .Riplf t.. dd -0'$ ...itJ \ for anything in our line and y "1 -
    ,., -
    iL } '- 'SAWYF.Rn get it. Orders by mail attended
    promptly to.
    i f The JfrtforjLine, SmithSnaneaty; Tullfc YJlor: 1"'t. -- : Of
    i t Thestcampship Oil:!of&11& ..tlltollioarrl\'l'll! Thomi)),on'T. Watson",tfam? b 1.iJ': -..- .....:' Office" We", !have recently published : Index to the Derisions of the SnJlrc-<
    I Willis 'lnlJV; :. ," : '('ourt,of Florida. Ur n. :M.: Call. : 16MaStByF.Junlan
    I" 1 from New'York Tuesday evening. The &mAntontofan S.UC'L $4L' ,"'1. & PajMr-price$3. Two "c.'alr'bun

    a \"r i favorite steamer t and bus been _. ,. T,- nltJD)1...L-I ". ,.. P.: >$ & Feed.L"u ; l'aper5 cents ; cloth, |l. Orange Insect Illusii-j(

    r $'r very fortunate, having nude over,gne hundred '+ Married, '.If*0( '"?* rT1IOMhlO i%i ant:now"loading' apd; will clear from the l'allCrt 51, Any of the above Books mailed to any address on receipt of pricej .

    j t of New: ,York: in,: a- few days!, the
    to Galveston without :i FoROn"Vedl>> '. ASIIMKil
    disaster. eve. ,
    "ft* ,';. voyages tcb l"> .Add Bart,.!Fernandina\, with HKOTIU.CS:
    I She registers: 1-UO tons, is built of iron, has ning, Xo\'ri.ter.lO.'t8$','at.the! residence.of ,;. .toli8 of a ,l. .Mp,. Hay, Corn and fVy.iV. JACKSOyVILLK: I'
    t a one emsrfnp, 43 Inch cylinder. has 31 staterooinaAvith the ,bride's t'at1Ier\1)r, Arthur C. Ford, by wbicU: wJUjfct trttow\ figures, uiwu n -: :'

    E t I ,( ; berths and utensil to carry' the Itev. O. P. Thackara. 311 'T!(;. PBATX arrival at giiattslwtf ; :X* '. -.'. S. B.
    } '. HUBBAUD
    t ;. 1 10 passengers. Her c.t1"irraro: handsomely THOMIVOS and Mi,;s JENSETT,t'fiFORDoftWy, f.. .'.t-' ;._ "Wp..c.DlR\EE.", & CO. ,

    : L(} .finished\,'and her state rooms Urge and comtfortuble. rit;.'. IpStructiotrlp Latin, Greek. French, Germoti. .>

    : y p Site brought a large !freight for the l'o'uLII.Oli: the Otli. of November" vliigb4r; will math besivwi m tics tath rind so the!desiring EnglishhrancTWts :- >. JACKSOXVILLK,, 1"I.OaHU\..,. ,

    ," Interiof and Gulf coast, and a full list of pas- lSSl, at the residence of General Abram Dur- t iV-dthcr 1'rt&tely'or tu classes, anv evening "TJlOLES.\LE. D RETAIL DEALERS IX

    : .4 6Cnge ", The' &m Antonio is: to constitute ye, :Mr.: STEWART U. POND and THKKESBJ*. in tboi-ev.Tcrz.unoduratew, Inferences x Uiar h,re, Slopes, Doors, Sash, minds, Paint Oib:

    it,,,. one of the regular steamers between New }"IUDbughter of Pr. 0. Baymonil'FieLl; 'giveli +ic.\ "" 1! '.7BELTING.
    ThQSJ.w11shtn further fnt'orIU3U0J1Till .5"t'm: r.E.\D AND tn<)'; I'WE: **UG.VI* ; (
    r m'UHcn
    MILLS. LE.\
    this potfjln with[ the Cu- .
    : York owl I \ company .It'If'C.tmtI fetep-d injfiter f''l. BC.. AND
    J THOMAS, ( rEAM OAs.FrfirtNa. ;
    Nt'3)1., %WD ( PLUMBIXO: iwTiPAUBED \ lrru .H.
    i j. -M and,"" StatjofTeras.r ,\, a.. Durj-ee, of this cUy. j' '-. Fernandina: Fla. ,,Iaf.I11.1Itiy'a; VOWUElt. .,. FENCE' wiuix 'fi 4t's.t jr
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