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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
December 11, 1880
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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
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Ceased in 1901.
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"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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: ,I 81'.17'1"l'S.' i alII, III 1:1111': ('. And yet, we hear of some of i i .coKiiusroxnuxcK. tits and interested! parties They are bug Madison F. M. TOOL Dem.; \,'. D.) I

,, -- i nurbc) ,.1 t farmers leaving the county. Why I \l'Parsillllltle'lum.iotls: : 1'hOlmnisliltlgtutldprtihit: Griffin, Dem.; I Ii r M. Friar, Dem.
(?lI Iht ''II(,. able orange: ,groves line the < 'hattiihoochee 'I'uyltmr-11'.11, Parki ,
!sir, Mr.I Mathison( is: a school teacher, and I J\C-KSONVII.I.K, Fi.v., Decvmhor. (11.I J.-An 111 l'
river, and should
> is Iti.t" in : ornament the line of theJacksonville J.eville. .
..J.Orn.. OI.t'l1UTl'SlryTht rc : I' has made the above crop, \tn\ addition to I orange grove containing forty acres.situatedon \ : t I IVnsacolii tV 1LId't, Hn lrolltl. J. 1IIIIItOI-I"Ilrl.1, 111 ; Thus.
the affairs of man which taken nt the flood. I dike Harris, was: sold yesterday to. a "gentleman 1"1
teaching; his !school.-(faliicy; .S'lir. I They will do so in live years, if the residentseolvlllt I W. .;
Columbus fur
from Georgia I lIII'a.I
:' 1'nlllll'"I'I" Il'I
I ;
leads: to fortune, is: a truism: the citizens of their true interests.When : t :: .
of11,111"1.:\ ; oral the rate 01'11.11)! ) 1'1'Ih'lII.
Mart I son.Madison $11 hg :soul .
Collt1l11II'O'.1nh' ould! this crNis seriously I' I the cotton men (learn )by experience I ( S. (Goodhiend. .
at : I an acre. This JI'Own! set out in all l probability [ I Inlil\'I-ThoIlH Ih'll.foh
( at present: i is considered! one of that a hearing orange/ grove of twenty acres I )(Moore, Dem. Tho .
.idcr. .\I with the individual so !since the \\,111'-:0:1\: : IiflC'clI'I'lr.* 'ago.At llhil-\\III'r 1. I
on I the best markets, if not the I best t in Middle, that time\ land in that) .yliinily could I l is worth more than a cotton plantation of \ (l1.1'I, } ,; JIIII'lh )( Tolbert, Dun. (
with a community, opportunities can be I I five hundred 1, and can get rid} of some of It, \,', T. ,
Florida or Southern (Georgia, for the diller- readily} bo bought! at ten dollars s per acre, or H"III;
neglected, ami instead of gratifying progesI I tlll'lrlllll.tI..llioIH..IIIIIIl..hl'lIl1111: notions:' they ('rli ; H. i D. CharlesL.
; less to the at \1I1 10\\1 11"11; I
| cut products of those. section, Hilt : 'Se\cnty-fivo acre one I
: our I will( he t lit her, wiser, and more independent.They Tildes, ,
would make : ( ( 1111
ion we witness a humiliating retrogression.: dollar 'lIdl i'MM1Remember} !:
;, town 11,14 not as yet attai't.-d.l tlu'high pinnacle sullleicnt'fruit um manage such n business without Le\\-.IIII L. 1 F. ) .; H.
also, that these bore after the : Colrl.IIIII \111
I : !
The grand opportunity I is now offered 1 our the assistance: of Sambo and. inah, who ,
i perfection on which! : :she can rest t tI 1 I !sixth or seventh year to }pay interest! upon
county by the compromise of the bondholders I I |I will always! permit the fleecy staple to get in itradfrtl-John II. Caton. 15oirv
and l lave marI H'I ;
the investment, taxes, He.
with : n :
:.satisfaction> :: and e.l I"e. There i is a ;great!:
I the beaten out storms if thereI \
and it is for us decide! on the lath day gin for' IuI1it.ov:: if some of your urith-I grass or by (Williams. 1'11I. ?
j deal yet 1,1),1') pcrformo: 1 to assure her future ',I i is a political I gathering t orcanquu'eting anywhere ('tat'-,1., G. Dem.Maker )
IllI'tit'lII'l'ad'r'ith datifpiuMi, will sit
whether shall)) ,
of IH'xlllIllItli (' : mount (the
in the 1I\'i hhlll'IaIl'ltI. .
sn'et's: and prosperity.\ One of the greatest the This alone -1liaVIIIiatns: ,
\ down\ and figure; up results: ( ) will :soon )1'11
wave and float serenely to prosperity's: terra; I would(' a consummation: mo t devoutly to :NassauCharles:
; > Angel, George C.
needs \\'e feel and, t' x'lK'rieiice, is the want of arrive at the conclusion I that: then' i is money ;
firma, or ho taken by the ebb out Into the i In he desired and'I would !save much trouble of Colcin.m: I Rep.DuvalRichard.
to he made routing :*
a hotel. capable\ of iceom ulating: ; a large : ; mind aud tribulation f '
> !spirits.Why
sea of annihilation. The bondholders offer II There( are men in this :State: wI h'! annually I I. I Ir"11; 1111
nnnihrrofprrnn. ". (If we hail such a I hotel. raise and, sell oranges) to the value: of,*:.>5noii.These not get up a djs! idie .if the eilnn'family II. Lucas, Rep.; } ( :II t, : \ .
indebtedness of about
to compromise: our \ : I \'i"il"I' mill.111 ; from Middle Florida l 1'1'i the fair to heheld John Natlicl, Rep.St. .
\VUldpourintunurtoWu.amidviety\ would < at
>:5uOi.KA), if we will issue: them new bonds, oiler persons of: sjlno.ono for their contempt, 1 in this city the latter part: of .huruuary ? Johns'has.: ( : )1 r Cooper, n11) ,; S, 1'. 1
ii and the snrrrilulmling ,planted I
I ing: : country, would an gnu- Let it he placed l in charge: Ot'll committee of '.. kl'l" Dem.
payable in tin., ten, fifteen andttvenlyycnrs: by them within the lust t twelve Theculthutioti 1
I !be enchanted! and many: would )be induced ( of this fine fruit i is "hi-coming gentlemen of that !section thoroughly- \'olll..iu--"hll" Dou) heHv t I Dem.) t
the doll'i-, which reducesit a
at thirty cents: on : 'I tol>property' .,lid cast t their lots: with u&:'. big tiling in Florida, and it j is. continually \'I'l':+alll with their country, its !soils: produci Orange -.I..1. Harris, ldll) ,; .III( M.Mrviin .
(, to.about $10,01)0! ) giving us: ;a rate of interest : i i ions t : prices: of land, d('. :Such: a collection Dem. 'I
And l these \\hocomo pleasure There
only ) \ excursions assuming grainier proportions. are j !
.1 of two !less than I the I i would!. h(' given, a prominent position, and i'11111I-F.: 'mt ((' ) L. 1
percent : presentbonds II of prospecting tOHr.0111.1 leave merchant princes: in many of the large cities! I, r Illdl \111; .
the eommitlee would l he k'd; t hll"III replying New sum, I Dem.Marion .
This! i is tend in a few : we shall! have '
arc drawing.!; ; : a onerous proposition years orange i \
money in our tOWIi.'lIidl, changing hands) nabobs in Florida. to questions: from eager inquirers Make 1: : -Wi, J. M.Grath; Rep.; WeIc\-
on the i part t of the )bondholders, and would. : a suitable : naturally benefit the various: classes If the cotton growers III the "I'.lack: Melt" ; \Ilkll"l"I P.
will enable to throw off t the terrible j exhibition at the Tallahassee; : fair, and 'nnwill 1 Snow (
our county I Iof ) :
of our people\ lint, as we have no accommodations would! foreswear: their fealty to monnrch: \ : lIlltl'rI 1 \1111 'lulnal I
burden! we !have been 1 hearing\ for years. whom they have been for so long a timeOhseg11ioitsly < not regret thetinlcir11nhlPand) expense: '\ II, \l'lIl
for visitors tvecnu't say ('0111(' !r'I involved.,\ I throw out these: random "suggestions ;( stringer, Dem.; Robeit -
I courtiers, and hut i 1'laldn-Illlll1
This dcbf has been themeans (and 1 naturally I a
for" the benefit of friends in .
I 'Tis true! we have several nicely kept boarding the scales'that( now close Ihcircyes: would my li) I'
.so) of debarring us from our legitimateshareof I. Middle. Flmida: whi can, I verily: believe" Hillsboro--Cooley( S. Reynolds! Dem.) ; r
) houses! but they, altogether could not drop off, and they would awnke to a newrevelation .
iltlllli I'alillllrhl' capitalist! will not ill'I I share" to a great extent in the progress; : and Nathaniel: ) C. Mrvnn, Dem.Polk ) .
as well as t') a revolution' i
., accommodate more than a dozen or two : IlIl'rl"III1 prosperity of (the :St.; ,lohll'lIl'i\ region.Is -John W. Mryunt, Item fl
test with us while this burdensome debt \'\( opinions.: These: men have choice
people. Fish: and game abound in abundance lauds cleared and generally convenient to l it not worth the cHort. to make an acre Manatee-John W.hhhkl, Dem. ,
hangs over t1+. As !soon as this incubus: I is of your land, worth i now, :say ten dollars, DadoR. .. i
; !some of the most )beautiful and }picturesque l i transportation.: Take! an icre.f their lands: i : 1.lh'r, Rep. o
removed and the debt in an undoubted\ I bring a thousand, or fifteen hundred I I in tenor ) .
way 't'tlollrol'IIl'r't
scenes are to be found in Madison and plant it in orange trees )in from ten totwelve I Irl\'lrll-I'II' I. 1'11,111.
for; settlement, capital will flow ill, for Columbia year:*it will be worth from t two to lirehundred "n'I'arl'f These are big, 1j.tllrl'1, hit : ,I. Perry, Dem.) ; Jos. W.
the the lands this is what: has been done down this V. I .
county liuestsaregraud
; : : are ; H"II,
} dollars, besides" paying for itself 1IIIIIIII"r.
: : :
county possesses: llatllralo.l1lItagoIOycr : line ; fruit of almost cn'r'aril'l can he during (that eri11d. Continue to plant it in (Governor; Illoxham ,and ((Captain Houston: !), )l'llIol'ral' : Republicans 1 17 ; Vacant 1 ;,
other counties in the State to induce it. ) been (;
"grown successfully: herecll; in fact, Madison cotton, and in ten years: it will brimr little, of.l.alala..l. wllolu\\ through Total il _
The court has: Issued a decree compel!! gthc if IIII1II0rt' than would, at \present.In'yourhist I pOll nl'II grove (country ', willcorroborate
is (the banner of the ,
county : county the above !statements. Go\crnor (O'1'O.
other counties to their rats, which ) Wednesday's' I issue under the I.I.Ut 1'O.
}pay pro State, und, we 1'11to the ('upllalbt'hll Leulof; "Flori.1:1t1tiT: this notice Drew) told me last ltlll.1 that he 11\11 There are nciessarlly: a good, many tl.lng
:', was ,
leave- our about !$: ) or $-III'HIO),( Let : of ;
i part six
pHII to setout occurring in ( and
young grove ,
wishes Il'T'IIIII1 1lIll'Ih'.l a
to invest some or all of 1 bis: Moneywhere ltrll'l'lIt\ wonderfully suggesti\e! : "A gentleman Clurll'llol f1'llt 1I11IV
our citizens study their interest and vote in ) of Sumter has rel'usivl.ittk't' ) five IlIoT'this winter. He evidently! bus sights, too, wilil apt to ( ( at
it will \pay him best, come to) the county faith in in :
accordance with that interest.-AViw/fr. for with three oranges us w.1 as 1IIIIht'rJ. walk thcstreetsiither
town of Madison( and build an hotel. The an l'ij.1ht""I1I1.rt'; orange: grove II, II. iitWe S''II//I; \ h'llolofpl'OJI( : or fur"Suit," For instance
The! people} of Columbia, will, no doubt, :acres in bearing; Now, Messrs. Cotton ./ ,
dti1.1'1111I \\' \ you with outstretchedarms 1'lallh'J'III' Gadsden: Leon, Jcllrrsnn! and one lIIa11.. along the water front
git'c J decided ratification to the compromise I'LOIt11).1 l :, and see a vessels: : and a good "
: and will aid you all in their }power, Madison: wouldn't any III''Oll jump at !such tHSTU'ITI tI'I'lt 1111\

made\ of 'indebtedness: : which is 1'0'l' :say; earnestly: and heartily, cOllie andinvest. an offer for your estates! of two, three, four are !indebted, to the l-'InriiUnn; for the deal of 1'01"111111 a great number' of seafaring J

exceptionally favorable to them, we should or five thousand acres: ? You work hard i 1111'1 111.llnll !'horl'1II1'1I hosyat! theirsii-
and list of the
think .-Ever: since the orange :<1'Uot1l1"l.t from March to January, to make and gather following ( complete; accurate + avocations: and yet not four out of ten

11I1t' in !several'of t our merchants have been engaged half a bale of cotton worth twenty-live ..1,1.lars'p'r members of the legislature, wllh11I assemble \'rOIlolhl: cen notice this are aware of 1

(" in shipping oranges raised in :Madison acre, while there are hundreds of on the (first Monday( January) : extent and volume of I he IIIlt'1'Ild.. ,
The weather for November as noted by is being ,
in )East: Florida each \ho
orange trees annually: It'oll Ihltol i
and PEN \TOIIS.First \
Taylor counties to the Northern
minekets and oilier things, ami ) k l
Sergeant J.11'. Smith, United States signal netting for its owner more than the sum 11ul Ihllt
for sale But like \ ( District, Escamhla euunty--S. 1Llullnry freights and futures know it but the '
observer: in this city, was us follows : Haro- nothing a 11'0111'IIS mentioned with less! than a fourth of the ( hem general i
made until Thursday when :\11'. Lemuel Uar- labor, trouble and If you would public, for whose: information the following j
meter-highest, 30.473 ; lowest! 29.9)3.1'lier-);: expense. I'I'1111i) trlct, Judge(', facts are have r rldea
only start small gruyc4say) 11 f fiveucres, Illtl H"SI-\'I }llhl.h.I scarcely an '
rott the
enterprising proprietor of the ,/ ,
x)uoLneter--highest, 82: ; lowest, 39. Total along the!' chit of your.rnilrouds! where theycould 1).11. : of the (' ( )001 i in nowupon ,, t
I Madison Mills( \ Third District uIcXh1i-
: shipped to Philadelphia, us. ,
rainfall, 0.09 ; number of days on which rain be seen htra't'I.To:\, In a very short : :
over twenty thoutiintt, about three thousand! time would be receiving > ne, }) 'I. In the two and a half of wllarvc-
pr"prnulr'rumcash mil'l
fell, 17 ; number of cloudy days, UO ; you District, Washington A. D. Me the
1Olrlh along; water front of ( '! there :
from that would fill with
Taylor county and the balance, over purchasers you .
north ; frost on the IGth.-Monday morning astonishment. Ix-t little secret KIIIIII, lcm) are docked nearly 11$) vessels, not counting
me whispera
General Spinner, while walking from Brook. seventeen thousand, from Madison ('Ollllt)'. in your curs. Hundreds: nay thousands: } of Fifth District Franklin and ('Calhoun the smaller ('ou.t\l.o crafts, tugboats, lght-

lyn to Jacksonville, across the railroad trestle Who says we can't raise! oranges in Middle I rich 1urthl'rt111111 Western! people,; come out John II, :1it'Ielltnleul, 'rs and tlh.umhollil( which ply .

Miss Rulison who Florida? Now let everybody who owns any to this !section of the State! every wIll 11'1'. Sixth District: : (Jadydcn-John. Walker, harbor There were in port yesterday ninefrteamships ,
accompanied by arrived Dem.
land set out an orange grove ;and In a fcrl'ars With scarcely an exception) I they make frequent Seventh District and \\ i seven of\hkh are inrcigusteawers -
him Liberty nine
from the North with Sunday, a trips) up the St. Johns: and Ocluwulia) \\'lkuln- ships, twenty-nine barks /IIL
locomotive you can recline in ease: over the income John L. Crawford, Dem thirteen brigs and schooner
which was not noticed, was seen rivers.: All along; the banks: of these streams twenty-four .
received from it.-Kecunter.Orange. with delightful Eighth District, Lynn--John Wallace, Itep.Ninth making; 11I'l.t of eightyfour l\rdllllt'l.
they 'I'I
approaching Stepping on to one of the gaze upon orangegroves District! Jellerson-J. (''ale. Hep. either loading or unloading.,
with their rich IllIth.with l.
'1.cross timbers, which project: at short intervals golden, fruit. They !see neat foliage;:residences} bllh.stlllltial Tenth District, Madison. : =l'. Willard, There being such n quantity of "lpplnJ

) from the framework below, where they The weather has turned quite cool, in factit fences! and ull l thccvidciiccn of thrift Dem.Eleventh. in port, it follows (that there must / ,

remained until the train had nearly passed! is cold ; but the change has been so gradual and prosperity! and being 1'lIl'rllllIIII'll of District, Hamilton' J, Pol- of (cotton and that there Is anybody can sets
hill ,
when Miss! RulUon becoming dizzy from the that while it is colder than it often is a very practical t turn of mind, they get to 11'1 Iistrlrt'Fitylur and wit h hll' an eye. Everything: is full of'ul-
thinking, and this: is: the train of their reflections i. \t.l1 1.lfu'etto toil Tie wharves are fairly blocked uj"- r
motion of the train, passing so near, and when there are heavy frosts, we have as yet : 11y health or comfort make it Hendry, Dem.Thirteenth with I, arc the "tr't'II and the cottoir I

WAter below, caught at the trestle for sup had no frost.! Orange trees stopped growing necessary: for pie to go to Florida every win Dell Dent District, Alachua-John. H. presses and tl warehouses und the railroad:

some time since and the of ter. It is! quite expensive to two orthree yards. In 1'11 great II therush: of cotton
port. In doing so she placed her hand under hardening up ) pass Fourteenth District, nlulllhll-H. L. Nib- to the there Is not lot eulnt
months with ut hotel I dttlut \lllIt
mv family a ,
the wheel of the last car, which passedover the last growth owoolon the thousands of believe I'll buy a small place in Home pleasant lack, 11.Fln'I'lIlh. of I'a: is not filled with It, Tin-

it, crushing it so badly I that amputation young tn't'Mln this county has been gradual, neighborhood l. where I can feel 1 ut }home District, Hradford-A. 1) Cone, long; lines of drays which block up tinthoroughfares

and not attended with the loss! of growth amt where friends visit und I Dem. und make the! of street (
will-prohably be necessary. This trestle has lilY : can me, Sixteenth District N. 110 1 'Ur
where It'llII find I. driver u mockery mid lire filled > '
to 'holl misery
resulting from frost! in the of the something occupy my
been the scene of several fearful and fatal early part time. Besides it would be idea to son, Dem.Seventeenth, with cotton: 7'Iwstdcwalksiilong the waterfront ,; '
a capital
accidents in the past-this, however, being season This has put the trees into the beat make the race pay till my UPI'IIItS." It does Ihtrld, l'Utllll-l. S. frill, are decorated with (JIOI bulcx,. and

thcfirst that has occurred formally months. possible condition for a cold winter shouldwe } not take Inn;! to reach this: l'onclu"lol1al\ll Dem. the weighers und Ilurkl'l; camplcmuul I ; i 'i

It does seem that some means could be have one. The beaming faces of the ere a great while )Ir. Vermont or :Mr. Wisconsin : ) )Eighteenth: District, J"1'II-Jojt'lh E.. Lee, shippers of cotton, us they thread t tlieir way- ,
through acres und acres hales.often i
has purchased his little estate und is ut'cotol
adopted that would prevent these occurrencesin __owners of young groves is the best possible learnedly di.scnssiiig the scale insect, the Nineteenth District: Marion-Henry W. without stopping (II tll cnntnniar.v.

the future. The removal of a few cross- indication\ that our orange growers are Happy different varieties of the citrus: und (the various Chandler; Hep.Twentieth noon lunch, look like so many persons jus'i

tics does not deter persons from passing i over, Ofiinye ('mmt!! Jteporter.Yesterday modes: of grafting. Florida has gained Dim.Twentyfirst) District, Orange-J G h HIt'r, freshly dug out of 1 wiow-dVilt, The re- I,

a family of good citizens, und the youth cci'mts' of ('oftol ut Cllurl'Ntll' in every
the steamer Bird
and nothing short of a guarded gate, a suitable as appearedin some: friends to fight her battles District: und Dado point of urn JolllJ rllldlohN.1 ofevery
Lake Monroe her flags and streamerswere II. Dem.Twentysecond ) .
sidewalk or the. complete removal of all There is! something wonderfully attractive! Wi Sharpe other ( (.nill'lratfl'.

the cross-ties will be an effectual remedy seen to be Hying, and a bo yn from the to Northern mind in ho cultivation III'tropll'al District t. Ilernaodo--IL T. Take Just week's figures for (.

cannon warned all that lion II. S. Sanford productions. They I leave their Lvkes, 1111. f'c'clptlt( this port up to be( evening of the
against! these sad night, Humter II,
-Henry .
homes 'TwClt"lllr.1 J'lrid ; : were bales, against ,
Kay on the shores of the fro/en: U :
board and resulted! in the
X about 8 o'clock, Jacksonville was startled tookerve was on congregation lakes of Erie: or Michigan;: and in three days: J"lt'III) Hl'l.'wl'UI.t'Jrth. bolero for (the same j'criod of 1879. receipts
the sky in the direction of Brooklyn they reach this: land, marvelous' to them, ,,1rtN up

brightly illuminated. It was soon ascertainedthat who gave three hearty cheers for the generalas with its luxuriant verdure, brilliant flowers! .Allen, Hep.Twentyfifth. Wulton same cute were IHI7UM IJ al increase
District, of bales the
and balmy atmosphere. )Heretofore it wasnecessary It'my IHI:1 over previous year.. ILwil
the landingwas made. On coming ashorehe '
the fire and smoke from Mr. ) '
proceeded to to the West Indies or South 1"1 II' keen, tlr'lim!, that of the increase
Pond's foundry and machine shop which was! taken in charge by Mayor French, America to indulge in such luxuries. Florida I Twentv-sixth District: Huwannee-Win.Hryson the JIJrh' Charleston fnrnislis .

caught fire near the smoke stack. The fire and conducted to the town hall, which was' was almost an unknown \hind with the I i)111.'WllItv'wvt'llh. Polk und Manatee nearly or 82,2:2 bales.

r was under considerable headway when dis- soon filled with the crowd of citizens, when reputation} of being suitable only for the occupation !i -.\ A. Hj.trkt, AVu' umt (" ;,.
covered. Mr. Pond and others endeavored welcoming addresses and reply were made. cans} Rut of times savage change Scminoles, and we or slimy with them saur-, I i Twentv-eighth District, -C. IJ. Mc- 7'111 SO UTIIKltN., ItA ILJt OAHKjiN' i
to'check the flames, and succeeded for a /tJlurter. ami lo !Florida, bursts: from her IIlt'tIf\ cen- j I| Cleniiy, hl'll, CU'TANOlIJ. :. November 13-'flu:
District Vohjsia Charles
tunes the world in the character of Twcltv'lllth Hluth r Passenger Ajcnt Rate CIIV.I.
short while, but they had got too good a start, upon Delano, Dem.Thirtieth lion adjourned after.u' two session.
FA IL UK E OF A X IXS UllA XCK COJII'AXV. the National Sanitarium. Not only does she day/
andsprcadingrapidly.consumedthefoundry t heal broken-down constitutions, but she District, Hillsboro-James Mc !Rate* to Florida from alt< forthlr jiointj?

machine shop and General Spinner's boathouse mends shattered fortunes-, und in this dual Kay, Dem. were made, both round trip, 0'11 ItralghL j
District, St. John} *-George (;. The rule front ten"
in a short time. Mr, Charles G. El capacity she is attracting attention fur and 'llrt.tlt adopted range tlnll1J )
THE PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON MAKES AN ASSIGNMENT wide. l'uw'f HCII. per cent hdlw the former rates The reduction '

liott's planing mills: were in considerable -A TRUSTEE Al'roITED-TIIE If our Middle Florida) friends would demonstrate Tlrt\.t"fll District, Levy-William J, applies to the rates west ofthe Allegheny ; ,

danger and were saved with ditlicult).. The CU'ljU OF THE COLLAPSE MKKT- that they can raise (the orange us Jllt uinl are the Maine over all the comiHtiiijrlines.

loss on Mr. Pond's property is about $10,000, INn OE TilE POLICY IIOLDEK.S safely and us profitably on their lull us in }ellJ'rut 27 ; Republican. Total,32. Tuurhtot will be Ivtl 'fifteen iay( .t.* l

TO BE CALLED. Putnam Humter reach (' atop-over privileges -
Orange, YuliHa fir mini- tieir
on which there is insurance of $4,500.::
an RICHMOND, V A., Del'emLt'rThc failureof lies, they would! soon effect! a igreat change rates t') Texas were modified, i a
Mr Elliott's loss is about $500, and is coveredby the Piedmont and I Arlington Company in their condition for the better, and attract ASSEMBLYMEN. slight reduction on existing rules beiiitmade. ;

insurance. Mr Spinner's loss, on which was announced this morning. An assign immigration. Their lands are better und ;, JwIILla-I). R. Byrne, 1.; A. C. Tips The convention ,'u. larlollon" t'

< there is no insurance is about $500. Although nient of all its personal and real property cheaper| than those in East: Florida hcautifully 111, lel.; <; Welsh. Dem. und the rt\'rt'ltatYt\ of l'ull.h| ; \

has been made to Angus 1C. Wakey as! trustee undulating: :and with greater diversity ()- -John McClellun, Dem.; Geo. line i to amicably MU"i
the fire occurred within thecity limits for the benefit of the |policy holders. of scenery. If Tallahassee\ n ml the surrounding t. Marqulx, Dem. all disagreements.A .

and the fire department was ready for The company has been embarrassed for some country will do their level best to get up :< \ulllci J. lc-lnllol, Dem.; oneIalCV NEW Cdl'NTER/EIT-A- -

: time but the immediate cause of susjiension a tirst-class fair in January with u special i \ United States new f&1(U toU

police-g- was the extraordinary mortality among itsjiolicv display of the citrus family, and) make ur- Ilohne.-SS'illlnuuF.lreen, Dem. culution in currency ('uulh'rfet .
holders this! year and the pressure in rangeinenttf a cheap excursion from this Washington-William )filler. Dem. t/i.!Mute eerie C,

within the city limits, and rather than have the courts by holders of these claim for judgments city much good might be effected. The train I I I'ranklin-Ilenry L. (;rally. Dem. John 1873, C signed, New Treiuurer Jlhn Allison The, Register In,

the engines go a few hundred feet beyond against the company. No exact estimate should run by day to afford visitor an opj j Calhoun-William H. Clark. Dean tbrC (the
printed the
their jurisdiction, did not sound the alarm. of the liabilities can be made until the portunity to Bee the country through which !: Jocksfin-Andrew F, Mcl'rarylknt.; JIlntm puj'erare thick, und! the puj>er I Mn

Actuary has examined and reported. An they were passing. Excursion: should be J, Watson, Dem.; James A. HoLln..n.Jl.m. cXInI'1 tt.lllcr tul.

Tdq Bone, 4th inttaiif.Gailnden.. estimate of the assets is now being made arranged also to St. Mark, aunt| to that rn Keep American u ,sharp for It.-\'cuAril.

but will not be completed for several days. chanting spot Wakulla Springs. Il ,Ides I.Urty-Wllar II. Nee) Dent I .. 4 ,

The trustee: will issue in a few day a circular these attractions presence of that distinguished \ W. Rutfer\ Dem.Gidsden THE: ColumVu Tiiua that
Mr James L. Mathison made this year on to the policy holders giving them full body the) Florida )Icxulatnre, -Henry II, Hi'ear. Dem.; Duncan net pnttit on bale cahulat. tht ;
his place about four miles northeast of information; should additional J inducement M Millan. Dem. Daniel, M. Ikrlt.muJulius every ralurJc-
and I accurate as to the condition verve as an ; Hinnon., tured in the South is seven dollars !

Quincy with two mules, twenty-four bales of the comjiany and will soon thereafter A degree of cold! that will seriously injure Bull Ren.; W. IJ. Carr. Rep.; Whtl four milliner bales of cotton are JKT ruan bates.r,

of cotton averaging pounds each. Corn convene them ti) decide whether they will the orange at Tallahassee' may well cau.e '' F Jenkins Reps; Philip Carl. Rep.n ufac-turcd! In the t Southern slates, they'wilt '

and | reorganize the cbnipany or take steps to reinsure the grower in the east to be alarmed "Orange '> n-A.J. J' Uctk, ( UHbbs, contain a opulatloii of forty million e

fodder enough to do him the coming theIr-rijksout of the net assets which belts" are more imaginary bun tell, U.N. U. McCray, Rep.; J. W. Ball wielding) a power through their wniUbbvcond people.

year, and peas potatoes, pumpkins etc., in may be realized under the deed. and are devices gotten up by Ian' !''Jocl'\.II. tit nu country on the globe. ,


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TIn hJ;" l .fJllt.\'(} U) VER.1)istra'eted but the little ones were clalmedbj rise, und I noticed Hugh had quiet spells: ,, checked the fulfillment of the plan. The, birthday approached' she became more between and

'" 0, death till all were taken but tluj'youngest! and nccaslanally looked annoyed., Lucille, couple were thoroughly) reunited I. Lucille more anxious to effect I!separation ntf J

I t wIth carp, bright little girl of three years To Lucille too. did not, hnigh' as joyously as of oldthough : deeply penitent. I never saw two hI'lil'r: the )young couple<, and get niece her
Fur Phillisthc fair, both parents! clung with the fl'IHldtnllll! womanlike, she hid her trouble bet people and they Irl'l1tcelme wil where she would. be l'I'rh't1ICr:
Since nothing can move her, fondness of those who have been sooftenand ter. Presently she began to grow nut of my share in the pcnce influence! and in all Ile\r discocr -

I'.nr: Damon her I lover, sadly bereft. The child did not MI'I'11I health Meanwhile( Mrs Lacy "llolloc,1hl'r "Of course, both were very illgllnt witliMrs. her duplicity. This plan was also
llcsolves,. in despair, robust though she was threatened with IK mice( more closely than ever. I wa: 1.lchit she was equal occasion hastened by events in New York, of which I
No longer to languish, immediate she watched l! with with ), shall now speak
danger so was nm th11 a great deal about this time, Ioth I -declared she had done 11 u- Chester
Nor hear MO much anguish ; tended< with incessant lre. t Shortly after In I lrofl'Hlolll capacity and socially, 1 ; timid course she\\ "Six months) before his' denth.Mr.
Hut mad with his love, the time I at which mystory opens!Mr.Ches saw Ilw things (were going, !and was 10t Cle'l.ulllhllHII(she would not tell was: discharged from the 11)111, a took perfectly him

Ti) a !precipice goes ter died, llefore her death Illw\'cr. she much surprised when Hugh came to tC who was her authority ), and was 'so happytlutt sane: man, Sir( Harper OI'C his!
JXVhero a leap fnJin; nbovo had summoned from a distant city her only' and! said that )( Lacy proposed taking hi an understanding had taken place.' S o home and n'lllef"lnn account of stew

Will Nunn finish his! Woes. ,It'r. a penniless!! widow named Mr( Ijtcy( ,, wife to (111111 for r two or three/ months (i it n sort of peace was patched up! though! ronfi(1emice.vas ardship ; told hillloW his fortune had! IIcrl'aI'c' *

t I! ,llll'r Kllen Chester! confided her wa summer again), hoping; thus to lclI.ftIl'r never restored In !Jil' of her ; that his child hnlllnrrlcilcglltl'l'n
When, In rage, he came there, only ('h I.!. Mr Chester's: business l'I'I'i. health asservatnn! the widow did not happy IllthIIHI', ami I was now I'I \ 1.A

Ik-holding how steep tated : spending much time nhral., so it Sly( : dear Hugh,' said J.I '(s. by all or gratified over the failure of her plansNeither taut city ; Mr, Lacy was: living bud 1 I
flic sides did appear was: arranged that Mn( Lacy should make means, it will do her worlds, : of good, for toll of the 1.I'l'lnlt') could form 1"1' her and; so no change in nUnioy matters -:

And thobottuin how deep ; her home at his house, filling, as far I !pos. frank with 'ol.llH 1 is not at all well l ; and conjecture as: to wl.low'l motivi IW'I made.
His torments projecting,. sible, the place of 1 mother to his (child, you need it almost 1:11,1. was in separating, them, and puzzle as \vc .Often 1111 "alltIll'" talked utlairs nf thC Ill.fore un-

And sadly reflecting upon tvholuwassettlednhandsomeiueonm! +, I doctor, oh I 1 !oll,1 possibly I'a\'c would over it. the whole thing remained ninvsterv. happy state II )
That a lover forsaken\ .' Handsome ''ruvisiun was nIl'll made for tin my business. and hl1ilc. I really I could l1t Hut the 11ll'rvI" soon to besolved Clwh'r'l+ loss 01 mind ; 111111, tlc,IICs two

A new love may l't' I aunt J\C l'lllIl'llory.( of her mother 1101 afford. such a trip. hlel a hard strugglt' in a.way we least cXII'dc,! \(1 ..' sumac 'fuse
Hut a neck, when once broken I became hit I Ihlllow, for she was ton to meit bills of late Mrs( Lacy proposesJIOACVU : ,. treatment of her father, for he dl'CIf.c hil-

Can ncjver he sty ; I young to appreciate her lusa, As die grew .-, to take my wife, and as: Lucille i b! I'AUTII. self innocent anything that ('onll justifyher
older her health became: more tlriiilv estab- almost like a daughter to her I do not feeatlibeity I conduct.
and the time she had I A week or (two after the reconciliation I determined to go to her andsock
And that he ('ollhlilie lhl'I. by utallll.llicr8l''l'llh to decline her oiler, especially! a s! Filnl\
Mrs.( her intention I I of goingto His arrangements
it considered the 111111.1
Whenever! he would year was Iafl' I'CII poor the lal'Y fI'oll.iatill.
; dll.llccc business affairs before (the
(' to attend to some ( few days
should begin to study. Able Wl're1'ln'Ill'c. "Soit 1 rathe WNl'I'Olpld'II.
Hut that he could live h.all'rl WI+! am '
who her in 001 nrrllgl" 1\11111 fcw days took her leave. An t time set for departure he was caught in
Hut as long a* he could ; III"trull'c own "tril my lotlon.* in regard to marric
she hour or two after departure, 1 telegram violent storm, and received a
How grievous soever wa. to mingle couples, amid have always!! entertained at a dr'llallJ
Il'rllil'.1 that .
The torment might; grow, little with strangers. t watched over idea I that 1 I husband unit wife belong tnJ.tllu'r. arrived for Mrs.( }an.llt Fearing( that resultetiiuasevere (01.)
accident, and
He scorned to endeavor her eocly. mid in her constant companionship and that it I is not particularly loving om i i ;iii nt-ir-iLty hnllllt'ilh 80\l' able to carry Iii:, plan into execution,

To finish it4l11, chilI's life was spent. Mr, Chl'I'rne to leave the other in order to frolic for i Jlu illlll'lllt "l'ffn' going to his wife, and ('oltil\.I' to growworse.. A fcwll.k:4:
: I
il .: forethought lie wa he would not soon be able, to
his death and flrtlllatc showed (that
Hut bold nnconeern'd \ ( from wife's month or s1). Accordingly, when I saw I
At the thought of the pain, seemed to live only in his child and in his: Hujih l } white face the niorningo shi. :ed when he read the contents : travel, so Mr.( Harper was instructed to

t Ho calmly rctnrn'd hu"incKs, being! ,"rl\llllllt: half the time.So his. anlnntl!"cparluf', I felt I little inl'l'lIecllt '. .* nw Yoitic October (i, IH7--lharl'1I I write (10 Mrs.! Lacy" not wishing to mfoilu hrl'lkhe

To his cottage; again.; the years pa!'!: 'uiPly. wlh Ilolm1'u.! her leaving I so willingly. It IIIl11t Chie to I ih' ast.died tliH morning the funeral 1 j : yon \ news her too ludclII\) llIlillto recovery and' I
of the occurred to but said! her
Wiltitiin U'uoci'oit's (' !J..f ton coming "torl. me before IIII : 'Dayeiiant 1'IOllfll.1flr the
arrival. Answer his
steadily guarded by the widow, whose con you must lot go back to your rooms; your Attorney."Hugh tll'ulil'llli'I't to nadi IllngltfI' his
was to impress the girl how come and with during wife tie l'XCl'Utoll 01
UII upon stay me your s ilt :
S'1'OllY, the *! .
much "llelw\,1 to the "aunt who Ilet,1ht'r ab-encc. There is: not much hl"II5at thi! m at once recogni/cd 1111' a plall\ilil present (01\11101. begged )
belonging to a prominent lawyer, ant! suriniHd at York aceniiipanied :-
time and fortune to her There ( and why should we both be IllIllvWhl'l 'ole Ol\'l'
Almost Too to be True. WJ1 ,'a"OI of Sir(
that ho ,
'lIlIg' Hd ( hargl' l'i.t'r by the Davenants."e
no one to contradict: these talcs, so they+ were I we wOIIl be somiu-h '
I'AIIT t. accepted as truth. 'fh'I. in one of her fath he agreed to my 1lI'rtotIH.r'Filaly n Hairs. \\ may 'i imagine the woman s coasterpatiun

''There is I some one looking very intently er's long! absences, strange! Itl'il'1 W'J' whispered II! traps: were moved to my' room J He 111'lliall.tdl'jUUIh",1. Mr. Hllrpl'rthat on receipt of' this letter and the expo -

at YOII.l for New niece
credit them she but fellow ( tug train time, so she wrote in reply (Ihat
attention 10\11 hil too dearly ; was really in lln'I"lolcl'I'l'lll: society: told!
My friend glanced -around in answer to there \vaa' word here and there, a Pint of being, out of snits II II olel ), ". Sloss1)f .ls gently us possible Lucille was theiijourney was unable to travel, a convalescentlifter
for would
the sad and
news, preparations illness but she boned
my remark: and an expression of delighted; insult to the memory" the dear mother, our friends were out of town ; there werino I could. a long spell of New'

fcurpris-o Hashed to his face us he caught Might and so-slowly, but surely-the poison cicitinto t amusements of !lcdalllll'\l'st.1 thigh h ue with them were hltllCfllldC'I! ), and bade soon be well followed enough. to announcing leave for Lucille's York.

of a couple seated in a handsome carriage,, the heart of the young girl il'nrilhl"p'lt his me, ;1sllInI'I the little thinking :OIl letters she
Approaching us. Thus it chino about, that when Charles : knew how it ('allt. about, hit en thl'l good-bye lt. Ch'lft, next meeting 01 t iJI',1 imlr\'I'II'lt. and finally
bow about
how and to
Chester, returned to his home, anxious fad long mo his trouble soon : were
.1 will wait for you at the next corner, Hugh tit tlat would
,... I said as he left me, and strolling Oil, I had l trouhht over the cloudI that had risen on I "There was some change in his wife':! WI11IIIJ."They reached their ch'"lilulio1 in due leave Ilr .lontl'I'alnl,1 in a fl'cl'ks

but time to notice that his appearance! at the horixon, lie found lot the I fcelinjts 'I tOWII'.lllil. he said, and he mold time, and were met by' )Ir. who in start 1at
door of the 'carriage was greeted with great tcndor heart so dear to him, but one in I not account for it, unless it !w-tis that shimiwd si.te51111)011 taking I larll'r. i: hone,, That summer was probably a hard time

eagerness! and pleasure by a lady'and gentleman which raged! 1 tumult of ,doubt, sU"lidol, some, things to which! she had Il'l'l a'hcrel I r. ht'llat body 0 tll1 hay They I for the widow. Hot ween her. plan to separate
who grasped: his: hand simultaneously love for the dead mother, and | 1'I'\.IjI.I. and felt deeply their allcrcicircumstances. most Chtr'l ; hthe lawyers I Hugh and Lucille-keep the fatllrIIIIel11aughtl'r

I had hut a few minutes to wait when IIi)' the father she could not, yet must, believiso Yet this did not seem like' wife Wl'f', gentle kindly, 11'l.I'l'1 ,', who at once! apart, and, yet not incense the
friend's active figure; appeared, not far dis- fallen. The months passed, on, filled Lucille, and, in fact, she had repeatedly de took possession! of Lucille 11.1; led heraway I father too 1 I -keep Lucille in ignorance
taut Not a particularly \handsome man was: with ('a'e. doubt and sull'ering.! Finally,, nil'.II. h congratulated that : of'mull. and steer clear of the IIl'r)' of her

the young doctor nor perhaps: remarkably Mrs.( Lacy took) the !girl to her father's room. had tried in vain to win his wife' wife had falfc'ii into ldlI.1! hlllcll hllt: ,.. 1.:41. 0\1 duplicity by all parties IUt have

brilliant: ; but,he was nut lacking in physical and taking one of his coats, showed her UIackl.t confidence ; sometimes: she seemed, gric\'ll two sat in! the library, al.1'r had unpleasant nights.'
or mental attributes and it would be of letters In the Iol'kl't These she with him! lomchlcl indignant, but wouhnever (gI'nlh'll'l turned to the unfortunate I Meanwhile I the anxious father coulc ill

b !hard indec 1 t.) find a man more thoroughlybeloved. to her own lnt pledging liij! I Cal lat man'OII.I'ratol now lying I il the next room brook all these delays, and between ,
I ) :Home; people seelll created to act t Lucille absolute: (secrecy, !11 tlll'1 read CUl' her aunt have any reason for: Davenant thanked: Sir. Harper for; his consideration hope ami despair.. Weeks passed! and \
r os confidant and helper to the troubled and them to her .Almc! they condemned; him wishing! to make trouble?' I inquired.I and kindness in bringing the body still the child came lot, amid it had become

unfortunate and more than one owed to him all too !surely. leelfl,1 not the l'rldwomnn's Not that I know of,' Ill' replied, 'am of Lucillc's father to his house, and saving I evident that (the inuilid would never' be

the sympathy and courage, the help in exhortation to reeal her duty to her yet I hI'1: at times been tempted to believit her the grief ; leor I visit better. '
many ways: that (had brought .them over mother's memory, and Oi. to complete the t hat she has something: to do with the changiin to the : anllI11tiliolalllt i IiN made his wiFor said he when

rough. places! and through dark ways.' The I girl's misery my wife. Yet she never raised any ohjection liaill. ., little ell, hut my little girl lOI to spend my
kind brown eyes were comforting\ and the "That night tho father entered his home to our niarriaire. ; I I h-l'l, she'wa! remarked"TIl quietly)that bis home! was naturally hours) with her, ami not in business 1 cares

!II rm mouth hidden by the drooping mustache wild with anxiety and distress. A crisis: more than gracious! in her reception of tits' the first place his old friend would They have separated us sufliciently already.

uttered words of !hope us: well as wiseCounsel. : had come, and a few hours would see him pro po.:I. It i 11 only within the hlltI'arthit: come to when he regained control of him So the document was drawn upSinttlcenough \
., hardy thirty-four, he had already n ruined man or past danger. In ttnswcr to : 1 cal trace the least hostility ; Illlcl'll. I dii it was, for he gave to Lucille his

Anode his i murk in the profession ho hail his summons Lucille appeared, tvearingvisible lot notice it so far hack as but occurrences tell.' "'c were playmates: in childhood,' the entire tirtulc. except that Mrs. Lucy was to

(chosen and Dr. Fred. Lennox was universally traces: of tears: and great agitation. F.venthen ; : of the last few tonthl have set mi' old gentleman said, 'and in Illhoo\1 mi have the use of twenty thousand dollarsduring

respectetl.lroth,us a man and a physiClan. they might have been reconciled and thinking, and recalled trivial events that 1 1 1:1 I haalwaYI attended tOlllorl'hnrlc'tlll' her life. Then grew rctll'1 and
years of anguish saved both but Mrs. Lacy failed to notice leforl Often we, talked olit. ulit'1 al business! and during his in- counted the days.: At last a letter was sentto

Wo walked on some distance, but at did not Icnvejhcm for an IIItUlt. and! everyIilitil and still rltch no satisfactory! s01nlion cn'l'rlioll in Iho asylum his fortune was Mrs.( Lucy)', saving sheniust come at once {
and said impulse was by glance from of the matter. and I to tell inclosed was u little note to Lucille, scrawled
length! he ranked at me smiling! :: lH'Ckl,1 1 carefully nursed, am glad you
r "Well, Frank, why don't you ask, aloud.? her aunt. A stormy I'l.IC l'I1wt.! and at "Affairs rl'IIIIlllunlhnngl'l! until about materially\ increased.! So, when he regained by her dying father, imploring I ; her to come."Iavspassedautitime .
last,' overcome by trouble ulI orrlW, the the middle of Mrs.( I invalid grow weaker
Of t course you art devoured by curiosity. September. Ua\'l'llt his reason lie l'UII at once to Il' uI'e! !
'.Yl'1I.1 coolly: admitted, "I am so ; suproceed miserable man th'rew his hands to ht'IVl'I. wrote that her Ilnt !'! to spend two you, sir, that during the six months the 1111- and finally sank into an almost hupcl.s
\ to. gratify it. They were evidently and .crying'My .iod have I no child? Ls: months in St. Louis, but she was anxious to nappy nun spent in my house he laekl'c state. '
,more than merely glad to see you ; the lady there nothing left me I'! lie fell to the Moor return home, vo wo might expect them both nothing that solicitude and warm '"Something:; must be the matter, James,
and rather remarkable {n His voice was so full of anguish that Lucille! in a few days. Hugh I brightened perceptibly It a sad duty-one thai he would say'surely my child must be ill ;

I was young; and the equipage ... very nlpcllrftlice : heard only her rathl'r'l appeal mural rushed and, when the day ante, hurried on to 11'1.t euulllllu\ relinquished\UI tono living crea she could nut refuse to come to me when I Iam

i I can recall none of the. party," forward to throw hCf1'I into his arms-but thl'l in high !i.lri That was in tin' \olli. The old man's voice fal'n'I. but heeonciudcd'I dying. _\1 these )"l'nrl must have

'" No, you have been here Il\It" year, and lie lay at her unhappy girl wayuvcrwhelmted morning, and uholt o'clock that IIhl ollh'I.h that your \Ife ('ouMhac olh'l'l her hClrt. And u.ill.: 'I shall .
i /luring that time the Davenants have boon with sorrow and n'lorc.! and he rushed. into my room, exclaiming: brlnth- found it in her heart to listen to his never see her mmmi fril'lll; i will be too late

abroad. As the lady's face I is an sutl'ered l herself to bo led! from the rc'I, as 1''Ii"n'l. constant appeals: and brighten his last! hours III she comes. j.W
you say : her followed heaven's sake with ,, the last letter cume. nailed to n
but her is assistance came tor fllthlr 1111'! for come meand by her 'hl'l
history more HO pre
uncommon one ; cl'c
Jluhigh she is'scarcelv! twenty-three. )'l'ur.4of and it was many caYI they tryto convince Lucille that I am not "Hugh was: too amazed to interrupt thelaw'r. I bold stroke by the latest tidings, the widowwrote
dart'd tell her that though had been restored. the scoundrel living: after this fashion :
You need not become too seriously in- greatest! but when he Cilllih t tremoi
flvte. '
tcrotcul.( nlil follow, for she i is married to the Id. reason was: hopelessly "hat'rl'11 .Ofcourse he was terribly l'xllell. and 1 I in his voice, the young sprang to his. I Your be with last letter grieved me deeply.
I to ere now, blt-ho'
Gentleman )'OlI.I\W with her. Jf tl'5 ugreclL'hlo'trpHI "t He has hl'l'l removed to an Inull\-! : knew matters had reached ; !O. waiting feet and gasped : hoped 1 her"
refused to
t L u4 our former..arrangement for luni,' Mrs.( Lal'tlill.: : mind as 1.101 as you to ask no questions I wo !'f the house. "Sir, what do you Il':1? In h111nale can write -LliCil Il'e with

tI this evening, we will spend it with them) !n- can tI1\'l'l. I .hal take you abroad, Whl'r' On the way to' their home managed: to explain ',yourself! Am 1 1 father or ; 01 tir 1IIImiiou her conduct
remind of the last make understand, that his wife had met stand that )Ir. Chester was released fruuut'Omifiuemicut him I cannot l'l'lllt except
*.teaTh(' beg.elnua I to come, and when: there 1 nothing you me
) the that her husband bus
; tvi"Is him like her old self; and they had. before Isis death ; that he died upon ground !
L I spoke of being pledged to you, t Ihey.inslsted: year. Onlyget'r.nllluo sllal Ill'l'l into her
bringing you, too." he unfulfilled. !'!111!! happy for several hours, until ho !n her amidday sane ; that he was not I ruined man ? Hi.- invented !OIO'le prejudice 11
upon 1113' "and .* some business 'appeals to his: daughter; what do yon Hog my lh'lr hrthl'r not to judge
shall ho most happy.: I replied devoted to )'UUI w"! 10ntl'IIIIo important child too harshly, and to rest assured (that 1
; she would Lucille could nut ) return at dusk she wa-!! ?
indeed might feel flatterederel not aware; "Strive as I liath'. 01 Ilal
I .UaHt ;Ii but a meall 'lf securing; your own banish! tho memory of t that unhappy father locked in her room,, und refused to let 1.111 "I need not tl'l you of the torrent of queries :shalU-mploy her my utmost and power overcome or persuasionto her huts.IantI's

good A eiety, Fred. Is it another case in her aunt hail! unworthy. It was: in. and that poured from bout ,"lh'l hl'at
which have played angel?" but a slow 'II'I\II'CI few months later\ 'l an hour and tried again ;: side's. Santee:; it to say that the truth dis Inlhlllel'lf'lholt to leave for
you good t home and 1 induce
) can my to uccompuny -
;'d '.Xtl. not ,'good{ angel; Frank: ," he said.; f.mnd\ thl'll) In quiet (1'rlal town, wlcloJ.U'll'lllll'lulln'lilllgh' nvain II :' !, and ho finally ,ll'lulh'l cun'f'l111 this : that. It, we will (leave lor lil'I'l New Yoik
that she / You remember telling 11'
Several was you
with kind look in him brown 'but 1 years so poii\'cIY! may my I '
n ( longed tocross in of tear met his daughter at that las! I1XtH'lk ; othl'rwl"l expect me alone', etc.
) fortunate as'u .render them aAervicq lth fiI t tempest wllCI11t'r I
wu* on no H' "ll'lt INI' ohc10 "Well, that letter broke\ the man's
calm lieu had :- poor
the of IN"- and when he tried to ( II'l'l f'UlII,111I
( 'result in them, so in'r'h'\ I
; ; ** happiness : !UIIJ'r II heart and hastened his death, Still liehuped ]
of her excitement, she' and few hours would bringeither
tlfterap.nlntafewhonrsntheir; I"Il'll'tr.nl1 ,, I found once more in the States:; at I and learn the cause IJrti. a I
: Ilt'1 to (the last.
His mind in such very
t '11 him with lyh.ocrt'ytiuuhl0dea!- was I
.\ you Mill V Hinder them so hltl'rl'IIII1)11 ; : til.hiolahl.1'Irt upbraided n'll'f.and the growing trouble When the two !! had ended
in various other misdemeanors. tumult over 'ltlll1
wish nu'todoso 1 will tell their "Miss: Chesterms attractive pl'rtli. 11 1
you I their mutual ,
\ ;
and was quoted I as the adopted daughter and I cannot make her tell t'I, what shfmndssiich < with his: daughter that the events of that ( tht :- vasulunost
*-tory. fwad awaiting Mr.( and heiress of her aunt ami did, not lack attention. i ideas,' hi1 concluded, end unless last tllla\wore more than; thl''I'ar'heart I complete: ; as yet neither knew the
Tail uviHilii us ; : of Lucille's,
; cause estrangement from herlather
I Fred heaven amt I could bear. Life returned, but :
i ,
can help me "IWS I
of those charming, llt.'a" l'ighh'I'I.IIIll'ljIYl' you >
Mu.( IH\ !a.\lt.III! ono : : but, knowing whut they now did
tint lull uft.ultit'8t.l ta.stocoupled this as her lir,t glimpse of Ml riety. Here I what will become of, us! !! reason had tle-d.
tuU"lIkuHrl'lr" .
: I 1llwt i hesitate to attribute it "to .i'
\ andutter day good some
in I "The following came news ; '
Divenantand ere ; thcvwere .11'c were soon presence .
with the nuMiisofgratifying\ it. Infew she met Hugh I lllh..s
111. Mr-t.! ,
; both I her to listen: bankruptcy bad! ('rl\\'I\11 Liey's machinations, maul both tvcr'dctcrniiucd
love i while 1 l'rl'\i upon
tallhn'pMWm I was "I'l'l"'II..h'lI101 t
enters, ( I.
Koiitleinin. u 11
1\ in iMuati: the \ 1"0"1 I I t to the entire
I ,* fi trlIW.Ilt'lIh nit thirty years.. He sides, l: Pl'1'hll' the( aunt handsome may have for: ;: to and, 11'. I tried! to show her husband that her:I, first assuring duty his not.' l1rt/ ,;was sent'to unhappy an asylum 1kll', with \\ i I I Meanwhile 1 : fltal, had! become mystery.of the

greets Dr. T 7ii| : : \vitlt a warm handclasp: hail an eye 1 \ trUitl'rl'dle ; widow ? She hat I twelve hours
; the she did him! in not little hope of his recovery Nuts Harper I :tlrl',1 in
and llIn'l.! : siiows gratitu 1 esteciuLund tune. Il'11 injustice l'\1 advance of ylrl I I
ti himself \\oiiiid the '! : larrr i a Da\enuut. but
i Ga" '.ILavinabunduutmean" himself; he did I I him i chance to exculpate ;; up hu"ill' r'al1il 1 1 .
lit se.iroely ( 011"t:1I1Jollai. ; I 1
deep ulfoctii : \ and the investedjudiciously. I : neiihvr they nor: the lawyer heardnf
what t his her, Use. what I knew of his ion sum therefrom, hall I"I'
i'iV.urt.aiiilutdlaudly ,welcome\ not seek to discover 'lt\11 iltl'I.ll'llllght IlulI tl'\n Irol'l'I'I" t her. Could she I have alarm
have lie had( duct, .constantly! wo had 1"1 (ogctbeidurjng tukl'l
( wysfclf.wheti l thll: nr ;raiu tpeusu: give or might not, I, l\ and She looktsl Years before ( Chester hud : !,' 'rl'h.III'r-dr'? -ucined for
learned that ) ( had f1 sev ) her UII"l'll'l', soon. I'II..I 1-111 improbable
eutntutohis tivirC.1rslueudvaicessttittlytowartlu' : 'hl."t'r 1'l'l of she
I' I a moment, and then sum tllrieut to atl'urd; a liaaiNome income for course .hal not yet Il'rl,1 her
I I havnly time "for 1I"rril'.hllr.- eralyears an illIH' an U.\li.\ .owhijt; at asked\l. doubtfully for I Lurihheuidherpemmlie uuut. He decreed I I Lmtllr-I-law! i .I'uth) ;' so here was
.hut'ille Dayeiunt: N rather below 'puntnbovcnitijium ; to'"' trouhlVs., and it II.. generally : be in installments mystery, and the I f-ared
M-y. that 'Ir". '"Then be did not spend his l\.l.nll;. that it should ail quarterly 'lll'U greatly that
undooto'id I
height, with a gool! lljiiro.wnS3 \ 'I.n'll'1' I !,
: hisebild
gamhlinguhlvi-itimm! girls and I IILIgliutiti ti Mr. l.u-y until the ; tlllqlal"uII.II,11 through.
!\.verylt( 'ivemVnt l lagrtet'. !Uieh: (%>ilsof 1li'l adopted .llht; 11\,1 11'11".th'! should reach the a nf _
1 I { at each 1111r. and l'Ilft lit ) I girl SIP tWflh'OII''l'al' 1II'\\to.} nigh had( to tell his wife
nut-browi'i ,hair form a coronet t for u for delay I hOt helureslit' could llnisli. It was tie \ If however, Lucille should marryIkcforo I 1 nf the 1cO\'l'ry already made, and

w dL- .hal'l"lll\Mllt 1'roUy ? No ; Kvi'U'dlv I There was no reason in the fall. '11'"l'r; t"' ,' avery ; ll"htl, 1' rtrchills. t q lml u'otvra! istrnidfa prMty woman thoughshe' : WI.1tilgI'lltr 111 her lawyer that she desired to vim to wait until attar
that slulowly and lived u bright, careless : the sofa and sobbed u* though 11'nr 111 fiiih-rn!, hopii.that.
Is; vi-Vy{ far' from lit>nu-ly. J see ,. hIII.-II'.'. Mrlacy( prote-ted i would break. In moment ho had her in hands: thocoi.trnf( nf her I\'IIS. the jmimieshould 1 by. that time they! w.aild have
I' Jmi" :sensitive> mouth, and her eyesgf 1 hole was IH paid to her from th. of her sionot' additional'o"'l.
I that her Interests centered in them, so too Ids arm, and soon the story tlt .1.1 al tact* to 'uIII-ll', lhl'
and beautiful, :Si;! glideswiftly1)
; < she make what
;trim Iu'jo: "I tell you half: the stork's by I larrlaw. ami was to she '
tea)\it friend.: holdinjjouui! 'ith h.iudst: wlii.-li tvinulmilwttli' hi>r nil'and:': who aiKlMearnvphew sooirgot into, I which\mhllqt that p. orgirl had been tormented fm i ., ,. suitable provision for the widow. cxl..lI"A fr w"IIUNII't 1 reteh>d 1 a,
she callcd'Hugh.
I! \ i'id as. In turns to me, u> have probably MISpocted. I Ill case she a : to receive control of the td""fUt
and any
bilN."Tho months just, as 3'IJ\ \ h."g11 II | -*t attend-
1 habit of footingall I""lu.1
the )1111..Jia"'II"
of :
uraivfiil wor-H prwsoJft.iti'iu '
wtivT'r 'ti few \ of all the
1 anniversary of
r I. Mrs.( at the loU.1( | hn'/I
: was -I"1 \\Hs
i' Lacy 11\111"1 ( rim fortunate
\ 1.Irri. I .
l fiat IIl'l',All I't.'I'* t'iil pi'tt'.Il'4.'ft ; .
4 tans: &> ar. | l.lwltho her niece scrt' unless.she ut that tinustate (
: I uni' I (the trouble. .1Rerbihdiug t. ( : as.I get 1 rl'I.1 tlkl''I"lr-l' of iuy
,. bniulit ; .lh'l
Iltlfr turIs! cha of and! strenuouseir. : l'n'al,1 111' for the
two anxiety
simtil4, amt eru; long wo are all taltw.wily. >Uth\ HI !)) I tmil
management iis .l."Of
f .i
: llte'blow, lu had to t face ,thehs : 'iilMwhich( ( hajl 1 ihh'l ullymllJr Ilrlltilrl. .
fa rt* t t avert
tr"f.tImt'l I fac' Is v I for
j, l to "So; the lawyer vent'
) it he did, to ruin hl'1 professed i : IUII. many enur-e I Wa then ignorant Of all the
viltntife, study;: 11m)', aright? und' joymis ; of hNoitirc| > t lrIIW. IJ 11111.: deteclm' tl> watch him,. placed! in Mrs. lacy't" hands her ,' -' income. iK'Vi-lopnients. and '

u'abn, when |\11 rcpo1; pl.u-ld: .Hid sweet, vet however, tier His ho NVa> lot II.kln.' the revcr-o! 11 courageor brave- (and 11,1'1I"" lr\lh' had\ imixirtuned Lnrille I.hcitlt'.vas ttMtyoiingto InI'nt""llnt !: suantl-! why! I heat bt:"-" WO\lt'rt I con-'
; wife 1" ar
J"trill;; U three of t'i..t: tiirro\v or trouble.UlUlc ability this lo from her husband ; to this the tll tho arrangciueut. made, and rived New' Yrk In 111\1"111
dHtiilv Jo me after what I haveluxmlThtt |ly and WIIII I)' 1111"l'ltl',1 to come lo 'Irlh' her f the i od 1 tn her in H 111! was
\ ,I ''c'ity to intolmshu1, I mho girl not i-onst-nt. On rl'urn wiII,1alll.II' J"I'I' pro j-iwe b.v Hugh at thedeia.. In, answer
nf her, rvenhig pa,3luost reetbly, Il1"h,1 dtviltslto i frmn (', she to overlooknil I (.H\111:1 O..ll', C\'I after ,11 had 1 grown hasty !, liar j i
but ,
h her t.tfrmlnll 1I'lil'it'l
l."la she
licft imaginehow tllIhILiWH.1U \( i "Mr*. Lucy tia tIui. JI I.udll" htllt
acid It is Hte rir wy MUIIOdeter his mi.sdoings anew, try M ) 1 girl was only eighteen when she J It Tf Um>r thaI '
'AWwalk hunts in the btarHght; accompany theiu'j:; tl> they umdrtHugh win him back tu'lllth, -of nvtltude, Thui \,1.Irrll.l, UI.l her l (tUr'll'uth nminxdjU 1 !. ,.! t she
'mined make (hc list >f l
l\1ulurtcr wo.ore comfortably Knted In 'Dr. N v : ill ha.l! u until Uln'nmt left her at t ; .t two years later. 1 wu'UJW plain that I 'H'ut.nh he
fenitox'tien, putRiig: away at our cigars, I went Into | u..liH"I. \\rkllkl' a TI.Jan. : then gtn her\\n aunt apjioared Ihn ',Uteclivo' instead! uf living iiw>n hl'l aunt' )Hams, ) yet to come, "1"r"I. ti.1, tIll' worst I"I

t tell')"I't''. hn\\l J.luivt' "JIIII| ye-l It, and remind I and Jiemjidt' l'jl-not) | they they 11111 noun ; rei; >rt of I during I 11 alt-en I (c.' Lucille Ill suppled, )111 Lacy had appropriated I I suet. 1 fear the rovelatim 1 into fare it wil.Hu'l
him)( the prondtpd htory. though) it linear been \ div-sed" ; hit .' nlisul.dug'tvrn'wtoutmtveus 111' that 11'1 omits income, even after herniarriuej lwms wit! h.: .1 tilt \
: neatly
JuhIuj ht. There is ilemv for a,little while, lived comfortably! ltwi. 1Illil' widow xvorkwl., upon the girl. for rowi'I"i no intimation of a WM If'I limy 1"1 thnhnj. It
I kil"
and then I listen .'t)/('rlr f'> my friend who' 11111|In Ut all,they djd.sooji. \ery after\they. wttksl here: ", : th'r:1lr[, 'II"tl she wits in a pitiable state. desired change, | ,' had (')t ll Lhitvur 1j I 11woul..! if :t'teul'1' (1'14 twlh kHtW
r ". Ini thn : h(1 I with Clumsy unit ontragci afrcvtion j leaving tho income us "Thal) .111 LI.
( I and 1 '>n, l>mtiiu fast ) I night I J w' ln
and so h.tI'I'lle
( ur
'f .sty .VCUM u'':'i CharU* ( he h'r teas a Hit}awunltl than be said of ent '| to-leave tae city I. t'.b long as u a rich mun thiNratty facts I hale I ,I. ll-.I II the
I *ul>stttiititt1! 'tn?I'I'h:1Ut.ill one of our !!tr'e friends; and" more: can nevervvmel I ihat ni. urysefshe
Mrs. \
IiwI I'wrrM a lotetygirl I l.< k divorr."FOrtuuately own course.hut when reverses ( she iijdcntly i.
1;twn\ eider. ,'. st with her uuut and ** U 'Hi' ,it,' )
m I. '
I "rl
IU' .',':utll..It't for the!1J.\ll"ill"exam lte 5.ha.l l Thty 8JtII.U'fntl bad .;,every Vt lolt I ''1I.\.1 III'..wIIl'u"itel M..11 to : our timely futerfercwc t feared! U discovery)' ; und as l.ulll.1 II" ". Se reaa1)o;I ",, rue, '"H\i 10 tale Inttrn ltol'


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. the afternoon Lucille knows nothing! I suffered and (died his daughter )lay for many /CONDENSED; : ; TIME' ( : CARD) Florida and Western Railway to and from MALLOUY'S
so fair and we have decided not to toll her days I i-tween life and\ death., It was ever : and all Northern, : and
until the will I is rent and Jars \later unmasked. the\ same sad cry that r.rlugtlmtough\ t the house: OF TIIK -1\111111.'itit's.At !' 1'n1t.r 1'I.OltU.1rfla'ISII.': : MM: ,

I Our beloved mint arrived this Pair )papa poor )papa'until! at last 1 began \'I'J.\\TH'.UrII"I\: WEST: ; 1 INDIA 1 TI5AXSIT .! I hike City daily with the Florida! Central
morning, and i is now in this! hau..(.. :She to that even if her life was spared 15AILUOAD I tail road to and 1 froU Onlj Direct I.lno ( York.
was taken ill on the ant had to lie rcnsunvuuld Ja'ktlll\'ilt.:1 oou
wily never return : Augustine,
over at u wayside: stlltioll'for 1'\'ernlII\'I.!' I "Ah IheWl'rl' sail anxious days /and ( HiId" Ut'fllcll,) on the .Jolll! ,,
"so she know nothing of '1r. ( 'hosier's! death; nights What would have I become; of us At Italdwin 1.1't : (iulf : .
AlCUMUKULAND> 11aiwih '
Until she arrived and 1 was much\ surprised l I w'it ht mitt! ', motherly : t 15OITK.In :. and I West : ': wny round fromFernandina ( ;
to lint us: henWo have not hl'lta'c1111\ \' heart and\ gentle hand I know nut At last (iainesville, Cedar I Key, and

knowledge, of the part :she; hug plad.\ '. bur I our dear girl knew us!' again. and slowly she I //1..t;/] J.H"tr1 lam, 1880. with steamers for Key West: and i 'i e !
she is! evidently Her dcfii'e rallied As travel Tn1la. -,
uneasy. .1 remain !soon as :she was: able to I Havana. : ,
tin( hope; of a will in her favor) ;'s!' we hllrl'i"lllhllh and his \\ ili.'II'rw'i'lIIII'oI'a! minor: SOfTII.\ .\Ch a ttahoochce' three times weekly with
stronger than her fears of tliscuyery.Pith!' there, in :<11111Ilal101.", to !seek forget {' M the LhH and Central Line llimts; to THE; ': :STEAMSHIPS: I j

out her knowledge, she is under strict surveillance i of the sorrows that haddouded, her young Leave! Atlanta, ( ia. :-M":> \'. M. and 11'01111'1'tilunll ms,1 Eufaula: Fort (,iaincs, "'IS'I'I: ':\,'\ S.
.......... I
and tint not {5f she. life' IA'nIal'on., (lIa. 7.1"' i' M.Leae I. I
escape us 1 Apalachicola! /and other River landings.7tf .
I ( .\ l'1'. HINES 1: .
tried.1 "They have been abroad Hrllll: over t two years, Elegant Sleeping to Parlor
"I did not !see Lucilkniitil the ne.Nt morning I and though receiving frequent letters from Fcrnandina, .KM"\ 4. M.Leave I. 11'urnlrutl'tutu Lucas Cli'h1'I.' C'I'01' AI.I.AK, .

She !seemed comforted,t at t my heing I them, 1 (had, till to-diy; no intimation nt'ther Fernaiulina.1 H'.Ito I' :: .\. M. IWI'l Tallahassee nll.I.lllk I'al'nt.rll Ilai". ('.\ H1SK.! i
there though ; and'wept I return. Thl'Wi IIl',1', Arrive Haldwin, : 1 Li':") i\ al i I. ol\'ilh 11.
a JiUtll'1fpri.ell., tas: to take me by /r I" (,uick time, sure perfect '
I tried to !soothe' her. I !surprise. mid !succeeded.: I 11\111 glad you went Leave Haldwin Jacksonville... \\1':;" M. sal ty. iILl11'LII'.I')( 'nllH.tiol.( ( ) :\I'1; of I he above'(' :1"1I1111'I'i leaveFcrnanilina

:Mrs.( (Ijaoy's eyes Hashed) with iistonishmeijt : witli 11111' to-night; or my iirst: meeting, alter Arrive Jacksonville: ((1'1111\.1:01111'( l: ).. 2.'p.: M. :)I-If :Master Transportation.aiMl for l'\ ( Friday
hate and) !suspicion when she !saw' me', such a parting\ might have opened' \ old I (to suit the tide).
Leave P.tddwin for Cedar l.oti\ i 1
: : Key I'
This line, transfers mako
11111IIC: glanced around uneasily; hut seeing wound too, deeply.1'As ( having no to )
Arrive Waldo/ Junction P. J li.15)! L11 'r Ocraii SlrhFUbualr.
( ) r. !M. I" .
(lie members!' of the and Dr. Lennox ceased. he ? between
party <| uneoueerne'd I speaking\ ; point- 1.l'a'I'rnllo.!.;. .I..2"I I'. u..IrrivelhlimitMille '
she apparently I'Lt'U\lH'\ rtiis.Mired."Tlie \ el t to the open: window: : ; tlie ,.asli-dits: luukelpalealtd .;,17 r. It.I I. 'x1tl' S'llllIt1E r FEUNANDINA: ) :1! IWn: ,

funeral! was' very privatennd: ijuiet, wan. and tll'I'a! with .
and Liti'lll"\ (''llItr.II!',' herself! I'l'lh'thalt I-OM Arrive Cedar Key. !ti.:t0; ) r. M.
we 'X expected.r. Harpt' r Mvmed deeply affected I I'Secl'r.lnk"hesaIl: \-.ornrht'rI.-1.- Trains to Jacksonville; and North\ of Uald-!, AND) (iiI'.11'1S1'111,1N1,1')1t'1'.1'I'lON : ;:: -
hut!! I occasionally I s-iw his lips 111 l ml vt'ompivs.'d have: t-lk'd the night throiigli.; :' win daily. 4--------ft *' ----.i TO FLdlMDA HlllPPEHH.:

: !: as: hN eye.glanced: ) from the! cof- I was: the tim-( (for; :such .a story ; but IMW tiumNNIiItTlt.. : aonca: ..Iolan Vi"'ctables midi Fruits receivefpeHal
tin to the pleas: ( :iod. the! sun of happiness" has: i risen l :J wil
trembling daughter and then
to I Leave Key... 1,1..4, M. > _tlr'INLA'I (':1,11 handling.
her aunt ; mold 1 know that he. vva l'p"ihI"illl I for l Hugh( ; and f Lucille as bright as yon 'King .
a vow that justice :should, he renderedtl of! !>,iy." They de:<-rve\ it. alter Mich\ trials.!: Arrive (JaincsVillc: : S.ll 1. JI.Leave I. P.v>HE\.KI: ( :t! ACCOMM I (> ).\1On:
strange1! story in these pro.stic times: is it (;Jainesville. S..V'I A. M. FIP.ST-CLAHS.
I I dead man's '. 1.\
IIIUorTha' :\ \ Fran1; ?' Arrive Waldo ((1 P. lt.1! U. .June.) ..... !SM.s A. M.Leave I. f\ I '< 1 *
aftv'rnui'ii; : we assembled: iu :31r.llurper't I Yes," I replied; musingly, 'almost too I I Waldo. !>t.I,"> \, M. ( The (l'ic'HI1111111! ( !ir<' olfi-nd tl.o udvfintag. -
: libraiy :to hear! the reading! of I he ;
( LtlXIJ:
: I: !
Arrive P.aidwin. 12.17 ,
s'l"iMc: ;; 'l'i !I." t:1'(1,1> ;..rill, t\iiti'i t'-t-nif- : 1' M. ( I } \'i't\l"l
will anti (three of/ us- know) to unravel\ < : '
u I' (11).11 1 L',1Zit I ANY (CHANCFK: ; ConiHctions
Hilt.TZJI. ilde
otol'h Leave ..hti'ksunvlle'ant.! ( Ruutt.l1.1:1.1.'I: I. s1111tO,1'1' i
strange ) mile.hwronged womntt. Vx - -_ Jaeksonvllle! with nil steamboats\! for nil i
In profound silence the will VVNS!' received. I Arrive Maldwin.I2."u: :; ) r. M. points on : ,Jlht'1. 01

Hugh: and! Liu Hie were dumh, with ; ;XST: G-AEIEU: TKV an Leave llahlwin .. 12.:: 10 p. >i. 1 '' \ Illnl! \tl"t.\ the \\ulwilld!

t amaxement t \when they learned that the lat Arrive Fernamli.'ia. : .............. .. :a.IIII'( M. \ 1"prillllII: for all railroad! stutlou-
1 h.r11" from that day!: possessor of nearly: )1'.11"I'I'l'Lll'! ILLrsTKATED.: : Leave Fernandina: : ,..........,..... ,...,. :3.Ir I'. M. r 1 r 1- PI, in I'Iortal'liluilrr! :
1/1o.I"I'J./ J) TIIIITY."IXTfI11: ( : : :. Leave Mrunswick: ........ ...... ......... J<...HII'. M. i[:: t 1' _.. Il't J l;I'..1, :
.Mrs.( Lacy :oII'I'I1I1'IIIt,111 disappointed! < / 1.t'al'ehleoll.. *. III( 1. JI i. ;' .. Lt.! .I AND) PASHENOEU. : H.\! TI.oW :>
relieved when'I. ... name win mentioned I i ,, in Tin: (:IIX'l'H'U'UUU't.: \. Arrive Atlanta, < !a. 1.1" I'. .M.Trains I. ""., .; : .4' ;.'..-. .\: \. AS 11Y 1 IXDIUr.CT, LINES.TO :; .

eo'iiX'etion! \:)1.1".1111,1.' rising at the! to (Cedar "" \.1111,1 South: of Itald .,"i\ 1 Through. Hit. .nd lilt: Uidifilto l ,
lose: of the rca.lii. "-. was ahoitt to leave the Tin: Srir.ximc: \ AMFKICAV is a large, lirstelij t. win daily except: :Sunday.PKNINSt'LAll I all ;
when the! .. N"Sl.: \Sl'i.Si55NiO'CAN:: ( I: ( ( : DA\iElS( : \I'IIH.
room attorney: : .I. stools : s wl'kl.1II'Wi"Hl'r. |, \, of sixteen' \pages, For I' nr further i information, apply,
'"Stop: ) ma
( l'In'IIHllt1111\ I have come to an under >lfulfil( with ''/,It.,,,,;,! ruiffiiriiiiiK! repri'sent-\, ( \Ilih/g\ lli-intfli.' ) It. AV. S)1"I'llll'I'I'Igent( ) ( '
!standing and now know in part\ (the treachery ing) the I newest' Inventions and the most re liOISII: \ SOI'TII. TIIK: sTisns4'ITV : (,'ifiuindina.C. .

!that hay employed\ you for many 'pnr..... ('I'llttlnllll'l'" in the Arts l and $: Sciences Leave 11'aldoItuietiuu. Ow\I.) I1( \MALI.OI5Y: (CO.,
lie instructs me' to promNe.on his wif,,':< lies including: new meal interesting: facts: in Agriculture heave Hawthorne. 'i. III) A.M. OF Itltftlt'1'1)1.tiul ; : 1'ierh, East; li'iver, New furl 2K1'I.OItlDA

half. that, upon ('!condition! a full and free the Home, Ilelith.Iedienl: Progress, Arrive Lochloosa. 8.10 A. M. -- -" .
confession, you: "ha It remain i in possession: : of :-1Il' Science: :\allll'lIll1i.IIII'\', (Ecology; and lot Nil MlKTII. DAVID ('lAKi. : : ASH)!* ;tL1d',1\.1.: : t

the means you have appropriated from 1.1'dllc'1'I \ Astronomy. The most valuable" \practical, I Leave Lochloosa..III.1HI.\. .
income during all the. years: !she has papers\, by eminent writers in all departments Leave Hawthorne. .. ; .\. )I. ,,WEEKLY: FAST I SERVICE.: :. )
!lieen in your clutches.( itbuutsnrhaean; of ;Science, will be found in the Nclentitie : Arrive Waldo .llIlIl'Iioll..I.t.1: I'. u I. t l-'AST-t l ) t

fession step- shall immediately he taken to ..1na'riean.i'erni"t.hlpcryeari. Trains: from\ Waldo to Loehloosaand: return : :t
make you relinquish your fraudulent\ alll'". I \, :i:!LlNhalfyearwvhelm( ") '1'uesuay'l'hurstlty! mind :Saturday.COXXKCT1ONS.: r[ PASSF.XTElta : ( : ; :,"' \ ,
and you need hope for no miler('\'. Y01hnll\ m includes pu,tage. Discount) to .\ I'"t1l, :Sold : __: _4 a_ 11 : i\\I Cr( 'J
he }pitilessly' exposed, I pruntseynu.! (Charles: by all :\I'W:",1.11 h'r'l. I llcmit: by postal orderto : \* .. (
Chester cries from the grave" for .I justice( and :\'IU'1'0.: ., Publishers/: .'Ij Park How, ,\\TI.\-: .\. I 11\I ;: -- r.l !

I I. in his child's, name: demand: it at. your "('\\' York. ( 'Io (' connection is made at .Atlanta (ia.,

hands! 1MTHXTM. connection with Ihe'Scicntilie : to and from all )points North, Iisl,11'est: : andXorthwest 'fit: ). 01' Itridgefou. l'I'rli.rlll.t by t the 11'1111) elegantly ap, !
"The woman was overwhelmed : with i Sh'l.n. \ ADMIRAL I
--- .\lIwr l'all.' Messrs. daily.AT tl'III.ld": (sidewhccl).
d pale face tutu glaring; eyes she shrank from :Mr.xx( \ it: ('0. are Solicitors: of American and )MACOX i11'ith \? (',\'r. JOHN) Fl1'I.\I\ according following schedule :

the stern man who seemed ! \ of retribution seeking to avenge and now have the largest establishment \ :Montgoiiu'ryiuhile( and New (Orleans. Fl'rnll1i11 Mondity theATLANTIC ( andThursday (Passengers from :-'luuII''ln; = by stcamci I
night Vegetable of
friend. Trains
martyred in the world. l'atl'lIt1'llltl. obtained on City of Hridgctoii -lllnlly.t: I'. in. l.cuvi-
AT KKUXAXniXA.: \ I'l.A.,
"watched the (fascinated
two. 11the the best: terms: .\ special, notice is made: (in I'erntuldinanrJauksunlillehy't'ilnsitlhmI: I !
\ ( (
white) faces.; Lucille looked in 11I11t' dismay With Xew York and Fernandina :Steamship 'U'II
on { the :SCIKNTIFIC; : ( .1\l( llC.1N! of all inventions road I train Monday IlIlrluIi) at.
and )(n!. Harper silently 1II\'e.llH'nr. patented through this .\ I'III'with Lilt''rum/ New York on Wednesday: at :\xiPEXIXSrLAU I' Key West ; Arrive\ ::1

er the orphan girl. Hugh placed his arm the name and residence of the Patentee 10.'iOa.: all., and for New York on FridaylIt I KAILKOADS: I ) 1(1111111rl'lh"( W"II'sIIIlltllI: .IIlin'rllll.. ,
around his wife; as! if to shield her from lly the immense circulation thus: given :a.40)l.{ ) in.; from XII: what was to follow. public attention is directed to the merits!llll' ; for Nassau! X. P., Wednesday.: leaving ( \'ltn'tl'l'lt: Dock direct for Savannah. lug Leave Key West Friday morning. Ar f\ '

)[{'allwhill', the central ligure in the the! new patent and !sales! or h introduction! With Georgia and Florida Inland :-tPII- Passengers! und shippers\ are assured: : rive Cedar Key :Saturday morning (and at 1 I
scene hlIll'vitl.ntl" concluded that she had often easily: effected* boat (Co.' I'I'OJ Savannah Tuesday, Wednesday of ('IIIII'I'tlol at Savannah I with (Illtl'IIU- Jacksonville and by Transit

host accept the terms offered, and was about Any person who has: made a new discovery Friday and( Sunday ; IiI Savannah onTuesday :ships and trains for the North.SritnI'r Railroad Saturday "FI'rIIU,111 Ilulllt Savannah)

to make lier confession! : ; she 'began at the or invention can ascertain: ,fire o/'r/avtry' ,-Friday tutu( Sunday. by "steamer, ('ity'ttt'Iiriugetuulomidtty; ( morn '
beginning,' so to !speak} and it is: only' necessary whether a patent' can probably! I be obtained; ;, With Charleston ll'lIll'f(.o/. John's and lmi% Id C'liirh, lug), thus forming the Ihlrh.t", pnssilltrsea, I'
to give the gist: of the story by writing: to Muxx & ('u1'e also send City 1'iniit) 111 Savannah IL.I Charleston' route hl'lw'c'l the United :States and Cuba.PASSAdE .- .q
from CAIT. 1'. I H.I 1VA H 1)
On receiving: Lucille her dyingmother'snrms.Mrs. //rcoiir IIand-Hook about the Patent\ Laws, Wednesday :Sunday; for :Savannah tutu :;; : '
I Lacy was tilled with envyyey Patents, Caveats t Trade Cllrlt'tli :Monday' and\ Friday.With t : I Dock 1t\'IH.
: Marks their costs! IA'U\'i every Wednesdayand ) 1' truraitt.
instead of for the flirt utiate ill Iii :Steamer ( / dailv, and : 't'lItrlIn'l fMI.
: }pity an < and how proeurelvith hints for procuring to frm1 :-; : ".\ X.\ touching lit : Jo t Iitivanti.f3200 $
!seeing in her only the heiress to the wealth Mary's( (Sa., and to ( .il
; semi-weekly I
advances on illn'lItillll"ltln'1I: for the 1\-WIK: ( : HDn.HIEX: and. Fcrnandina to ..... : (MI !Iii (Ny
she ('ovctet1.he: had long dislikedir.( Chester St. Mary's lliver *. 111\.1111. t
paper, or concerning patents, Landing ) ) Jacksonville
10BO"OA. to : 'HH for although she had been for'u dependent 111\11. :
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Ml'XX A- CO.. AT J.\.II\\'I Fl \ For apply to LEVEit :
his kindness his liberal had IlnterOCl/ :
awakened on in: her gifts: :57: Park How, NC\\' Turk With Trains for Live I Oak,Tallahassee: and llt'nwruudu. .\ (.1::\_ Tourist! Olliccs.Savannah .
no gratitude
heart but and discontent perverted that he liranch alike, Corner F and 7th :Streets!, all points in :Middle and West Florida. : are 'through Turin/ :h-11\1111111. fin-l'orncr(' \ Hull and Hrnl
; envy Waslungtou, I). P. liJ i! -'II'1 'IIIH'I'h'llly A. ('''ALLAN >
., .. with! the .\ Transit Agent
should!! have so) much\ and she so little 1.01100\ \ illlf.W'tt Ilril l
\ "Self-interest: = forbade: her betrayal uf these: With Steamer Alpha tr all points: and I and Peninsular ISailroads! and :Savannah Fcrnandina: -Eumont: Hotel, A. I. MEL-:

feelings so! Mr. Chester received her as: mistress ItnllrotulN. landings on Orange Lake, arrival of Peninsular with tll'IIII"ltpl for Ilaltlniore, I'hilndel1lhta 11'X. Agent.
Hay and PincMrcctf.!
: of his house and guardian of his: child -- '- -- -- Railroad I Train.ATIIAINKSVIU.K. 111 II1tlll. 'IUk"OI\11'or"'r -
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little dreaming of the misery she would CKXTKAL: : UAILHOAD.JACKSON l-or :State-Rooms, Ilel IAXllmm.lII..
:, Ft.\.,
FLOHW.\ It.1". AILM-!
bring particulars apply| to the lilllowlll tt.1I JII
/ With Stage Line for I Ocala nod Tampa on ( i A
and (Olliccs) '
"She: resolved to spare} no effort to win for vi M.K, FI.A., March( 1(5( 18m.!) \Monday, Wednesday :and Saturday ; from : HTIOXO'lt. _I ___ : -1
herself as much a* possible! of the fortune On und after this: date Trains: on this Load OlIla111 and ; Fcrnandina, fJa.-C'llt. J. L. Itoumillat, ; ,
", h'rlin'll. and with (thioll'lulln: view made will run as follows : day. Tampa Tuesday, Friday Sun: Agent, (''titre Second mntu'I'hird.a1'annrh NIT,"I'n k'lll:1)111,1: !

herself indispensable to her little niece. $ (!a.-Cor. Hull mid llryan Sts., --
DAY>)> PASSKXWCK: : (Kxcurr: :Srxi\.VY.) ATCKIMK: KiV: KL'A., .,mitt' T :
Then the father's absence she imp 1'1 IUlk House.!
during long With! CO.'H' Line for ill" HI'f'\1 1 Y NTltAylant't.
tried to Llllbh him from the child's heart. Leave Jacksonville HD:;! A. M. Tampa Steamship' Jacksonville! Fla.-Corner Hay and PineSts. .
Finding this (impossible\ : by fair means, she Leave Balli will !)::30 A. JlI.Lca.c Tampa) and )' tuul't'hursilay., : ., Dr.) L'Engle's: I Irljt11If') : ; A. C.' l I.nn.phere ..- *___ .'

resorted to strategy, I Lake :: : A. M. at 4. p. m., and for .Key West Sunday. IldThlnIIIY Ticket .\ ('lt ; .. Hungcrford, ST. JOIIAN :! CITV' 1-01 \' I ifs
Leave Live 1:00) at 0 p. tit I -! ( iL
: J' !M. (
When Lucille was: old<< enough to I be so .* With the United States and Havana' Fast Alto ,* ..__-_ 1'1
Arrive Savannah 1'1 | :Augustine Fla.-Oil the -
; I' M : Hay, l U, F.
affected, the aunt manufactured stories ofChester's ; Mail Steamer Admirnl for Key West, I Havana I ,
Leave Savannah MM:( ) A. M, Armstrong: I .Agent.t.
unfaithfulness to his wife and Leave Live Oak. .5.V '. Cuba: on arrival:SiN'enl'frain| evtrv Tuex-!
Fla. Lllicnthal ,
: > i !x.Leave l'ulalkl, (u..
child ; she wrote letters! in proof of tit, deposited I-ake City .. WNJ:( I'. M.Leave day afternoon, at ".::11 p. m. From Havana J .1 Urtll'J t k
them iu his clothing. and pretended 1 Italdwiu Culm, and Key West: every i Saturday. :Special I'III. .
,. 11611':() !u. JTSTAVE: LEVE.icncral :. 1J .e
to find them there, thus satisfyingthe: ; daughter train to connect.With .
Arrive at Jacksonville KU. >. (;
: > i DI Passenger! Agcit,
of her father's shame. He was perfectly I :Steamer AVcry/riV, for points on the s. t
innocent*o far as 1 she knew mit'tllly wrong )1.11.XH KXPUKSS.: : (DAILY.) UWIUHe River, Thursdays at 0 a. in. \ F.. IAUly, <

doing, but it was: the only way to gain entire Leave Jacksonville. 50::; p. !M.I For information respecting routes, rah'l'I.l'h. (('II'rl J, X.\VC'lt.HAIMtlMAX Hllvllllluh
control of Lucille, and the widow knew I 1A'aveViiite (House. U:15!: i'. JlI.I apply to 11 "T Ic'nJl'rllleIU:for Jacksonville'and

he would never know to what to attribute I Ix'ave Hahlwiu.................... iIMI< p. rut. .\. o. :MAI-DONKLL, ManagiT.. .. l'ulatkl.111 JUh'r/'cllh' land-
the trouble and certainly never would discard ( Leave Har".llIe.. 7i":: I'. rm. Ocn'l Ticket and Pass.: Agent. - -- -- -- lugs on the St. John's ,

his only child. Leave Sanderson... H:07: i'. M. I) 1.:. \f\WYL. ('ien'l Supt. 21JACKSONVILLE NT. .MAitv's IU"I:1 I-U'IU''I': and) Charleston, as jil"wl: t1"IUlal.!

"On the day of the final interview. !>>ave Olu) >tee. Kt.'S: : P. s[. ----- --------

"I tweeu the father and daughter, the wicked LeaveIt.. Carrie. UUU: J.. M.Arrive : :, PKNSAC'OLA; AXD) From FernandinaFOft

woman almost relented but when the stroke Lake Pity. !UitJ: p. !u. ': UAILItOAD.MAHTKU : : ASI.! 1
followed and he was declared insane; she Leave Live ...... :15 A. it! TU\XSIIO :TTIOX'H I'fALL.UIHY. \ lp4! JACIOXIIJ l'AI.\'K-.

congratulated herself upon the pr'nliseslsncecss : Arrive Tallahassee. ;:(MJ A. am! FLA., February 0.1.:3, Ittsll.On / v $ : WJ'fXlH.Y.: : -iMj
: of her plans. Lucille's agony\ was .\rrh.cllIall)'..10:4.: A. M. after Monday, February :2 lieu) ,
pitiable when she learned how she hud misjudged .\rrh.c-a\'ullllah.: ..... ......... ........... DIN:( A. M. ( ali trains of this road will ruu follows -, riMIE: STEAMER: I..OU.\. From Fcrnandina

her father, broken his: heart, undJieljied I Ijcave Savannah .... 4-:JO p. M. passenger, viz: 1' ,*- CAIT. JOHN UICHAltDSOX' Felt HAVAXNAH AKU CHAKL1LSTON':
to consign (him to insanity. U-ave I Albany 4:11I: <) p. M.
You already know, antIns.: Pavenant Leave Tallahassee: .? 5:451': M.L'a'c PASSENUEU: TK A IN-EAST: IJOrXD.Ixave WILL Itl'N ON THE(: H'!'. MAUY'H HIV- ,,.f''1'VWtY: iHI.\.- ;
Live Cltattuhox'hee.daily at.... 2 HO p. M.Uave cr the us follows ,
soon learned. how constantly and thoroughly :2:15: A. u, during :
she had been victimized by her aunt ; Leave I..ike City 'JM: A. !M, ( (lui,{')'................... ....... 322P.M.Ixave IA'areST. MAKV'H 1'11' : MONDAY und Close connection made with I steamers fi-t "
bow the income was withheld after Ixmve )It. Carrie. 4:1H: A. M, 'Tallahassee.........? ...... (I(HI I'. x. TIll'llSDAY, ) 1'\JtY lt (c i o'clock, for Mellon ville 1III'ltl'rlrllt': also with steair.ens -

(howbheand Hugh year in ignorance Leave Olustee.. .... 4:40: A. M, L'av.Monticello .............. ....... 10 p. M, FKK.I.MHNA ; and Il'UVl FKKNANM.MA fur :; also ut SuvunnaU-
year ; : were kept wi with '
of the means that were rightfully Leave Sanderson.......................- 5:20::! A. M. Leave. Greenville........... .... M 3* p. H. same days ut H u. II., for eu.1 PINCKKKY Hoston steamers for New 1 ork,' I'hilllllllll,
theirs und Leave 5:55 Leave Madison.................. I...... U'JHr. M, and all intermediate on the river .und Haltlmore.andut ( .
; to Darbyyille : A. x Leave Live Oak .. ........... 21. .IIIIIIJ' It'awll for New York, HalM- I
wife, as fatter\ and daughter had been Leave Baldwin...,.. 0:40 A. )C. .t. A. M. Kiturning EVEKY: : : Y und I'hlutcfhll
though this failed I the successful'e'hite House.n 7:05 A. if, Arrive Savannah.............. ......9 00 A. M. DAY, will arrive ut Sr, )(AK\'I at 5 1"H.. immure and! with ('urlo- !

plotting to keep happily Lucille in i ignorance; of Mr.Chester Arrive Jacksonville.................... TJ> A. u. Arrive 'hHJ vilc ......... "" ...... (155 A. M.rrive touching FKUXANPINA.On : J. lina 1 tail roads for routes Xorth, East; uiFIJWTCMSS <>
the .\ .nmny.......i......... .....1025 A. M. WEDNESDAYS and SATUUDAYS WCt.
a his recovery and discharge illness and from efforts On Mail and Express Train Hleeping Cars Arrive .. )............... .,... 3A. M.Arritr will hove ST. M.uir'sut (girl:: a. in., und canchartered PASSEXdEU: ACCOMMODATIONS. 1rrHE
asylum :
; subsequent run through to and from Jacksonville-\ Ualdwin..............- I...... 0 25 A. M.ArrheJacksonville I Ix' for (( to .
to see his daughter and his! unhappy' death. Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping Cars run ( 'I"lull -
........ h...... 7.VJA. M.
believing tieriuditlerent to his appeals' -all through to and from Jacksonville and Tall Arrive ..erlanclna...........0.. ..... 3 40 p. P. Iuu euruml, Through Ti'k.t and Stateroom smeurrtt({ )
these revelations followed one another and, ha.oJ.'it.'t'l Arrive '
when the strange tale was finished, silence y.'lmX.SIJ1X.EXI'Hf:' S, (DAILY.) Arrive Cedar Key...?........... ..... UIO P. M.! and other )",hiU of Interest I in the vicinityof her Centre and Second ktrcets. I
fell the room. Fernaiulina.Through. N1-ly_ <). A.
We upon all looked Lucille in pity too deep Leave Jacksonville...........11:15: A. M. i PASSENOEH. : THAIN-WEST: IMUND, -. -- NOVI: .-
for words, and tht'n-a.laalll ever forget the Arrive Iki.twin......12: O P. u. I Ix-ave Jacksonville ......daily at..._ 5 30 r. x. IllIN of adlne G. 1'. AVIICV:
scene that enluc'lthe horror anguish and Arrive Pernandina........ 3:40 p. MIx'ave l.ave Fcniandina........... .......10 :iO A. M, ,
reproach in her eloquent! ,, as she rose Fcrnandina........................10::30 A. M. leaveiainesville.- ...... U (r. A. M. by MAI.I/lUY'ri! LINE: of Ht'UII'l t<* all

anutonfrontedthe woman who eyes had wrought Leave Italdwin............ 1:,.!) r. M. Leave. Cedar Key ............ ..... 4 :SI A. M.I 1"llt..r the St. Mary's. 1 ,
such Arrive Jacksonville 2a5: P. M. eaue Haldwin ...............- ...... 7 00 1'. u.
Mrs.misery.Lacy grew livid and! tared at her Passengers for Fernaiulina! and Cedar Key lAve Savannah .............. ..... f 40 1'. M, I t'lOMO (:'Oil(!"(I OII T IVKUY AND HOAUDIXU HTAHLrH '

niece as! If faSc.'inatloJ-ollly for a moment take this train. Xo train (rom Baldwin to Leave. ............... ..... : p. M. made with the New York and 1I
leave Live Oak..............._ .. .. H"UIIUI
and then with u low of horror (as Ceilar Key on Sunday.COXXECTIOSS. 2 A. M. Mark all good* .('urc : WAUONH
cry f't'IU'f. C.mUAUXf
though lllie bad but that moment realizedliA : .-At Haldwin with A., O. t Leave. Madison ....."........- ...... 351 .\. )I. t'lrn, "'cIUU I ." roI t and Trutn*,

work), site> turned and lied! from the W. I. T. U. It., for Cedar Key, Gainesville Leaveircenville.. ............. M ...... ::11.1. tOHU ACCOMMODATIONS FOR CONTUACTS FOR ttIUIiJ IIAULINd Bn: .
room aud the bouse. and Fcniandina. and all 'points North and I Leave. Monticello .............. ....... 5 (iJ( A. u. miKfrs. ExcuroionisU and Tourist 1'\8 .

"'Chl're'a.. a wail that went to our hearts. West ; at lake City fir TallahasBee, Albany Arrive Tallahassee.......... ...... 7 (.) A. M. find thid very attractive trip, as the wH rou I.'LI; ;
,Oh, r papa"! Savannah, and all points North and Wlot ; Leave Tallha............" ." .... H 31 A. M.l is grand I alligators und it her 1''ll'r HOIWIiS, IIUOUII'H! JIAUNI-iW.
It was poor 100'I':1' ') last effort j and, as she at Jacksonville with Ft. Johns I Over Steam. aye ....,,. .........- .......11) A. x.Arrivel'liattalmoLee"ll.v2 abundant. < U\t1 AND IS'tGON43i"TEItM .

Haggercd forward Hugh caught: her in u hw ent. J. 8- McKLKOV.W. : M. For further information( apply to : I e.\Sn. rr'Llke

arm". \\'e carried Jar up to her room. and M. I>i viwox, MatterTransp'n. CtNNECTIOX8. JOHN HICIIAKDSON( ; and Stable+ --Firxt btrcctF utu'E

there, in the house where j'oor Chester bad Suj erliiteuJent. At Live Oak. daily with the Savannah, 23-tf Fcnuuidiiia. Fla. Urooui Btrvvt Wlwrf.. '. X4i...tC'i

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i "fJ 1'11 LJ 1' ]FLORIDA? Mliuipii i ,, learn of nny of thcscindtitres: ::' being carriei t CIVIL .SCItI'ICI:1t11OItJI.-- the foundation for crlmillall'I'OI'I''l.tillPC.l ; 111111\\ so VTitmtx IJJfIJIrJ'

=': ," .-- ., .. .. '" .:,."-- on here. The manufacture of the long I mo!t.whldl The effect/ of n multlplicntlon of officer it l.s charged 1 by, the Ocala Ilnnnrf that lnve!tmenti in Southern securities arc
,';.1 TVllIJ.U', iilJ111ER il: 18RO: Issoabnndant: along the must: t, wonl under fur and the quotations indi-
,.._ .. ,. nn II 1111 f11 1111'(1-of expansion of tin uty marshals have been sent Into that ('01111-1 Ielll:sought ,
o vu unquestionably) ben paying business.: Thee functions: of our general government war ty with. blank subp
1l.UIJ1l0IIISrSTnrVc business U carried: on In a moderateay III one of the dangers not anticipated, by the ; We have confidence in the fairness : public confidence lit the future of the South.
recently considered the extension
Galnesvlll-j cull Jacksonville, but most IIf frnmcrs of our constitution Had they foreseen of the court, and the present United States We append one of the ino.t recent market
our system' of- railroad: In the direction of the moss Hold In the Northern. market- I observed that
the centralizing' : power thus! afforded; to Marshal: h'nrlIlllgh reputation. reports in Georgia. I wi
'Pen.sacola. Tho other most Important de'Velopment comes'' from l.olll'llIna.! If the half empl-iyet; those: In ('olltrolofthe patronage of the gov. We hope that the court will not be I'r.j the average I Is a very high one, and the man*
of the lies in till direr
xystem and Idle
people In Fernandina could he put l'rIlIIlClltll'rovi-ioll: would have been I1Illefor hilt te(1 longer to be used as a mean* of opprc nf.icturing stock very high :
lion Tampa und (Charlotte: Harbor. TinCarrylngof to
regular pursuits we would become large Its regulation and control. The evil has !< ion and annoyance to worthy citizen" KTATK 1IOSIH.

the road to the Gulf nt Gl'llar1\cy, producers I instead C OIl IIIIII'rft. Our streets now hcco111es0' apparent ns to threaten UK No one will oppose the bringing to justice of 1i _It 'r't Sila.
In the tlrst instance, has been, from time t to filled with '
-grown boys andJrls; +wbi very continuance of the form of government. any real frauds, h but the arrest by warrant of (\oria 8'1, H 12 -
lime, severely crlttcNed ; but the wisdom of ore able tll earn good if suitable! 7'1, IU 11 ;
wages employment It now portends a continuance of poXver in ollicers! of election by comniixMoncrs in advance h'orlla .
the directors of the Florida Railroad I 1:4: evident furnished. If1. 1 1 -
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the bands of n party ut the head of which. i II of the meeting of the courts! I I'I!' not (', rcr. ('ln"ol I 1) 110( fc
when it I Is considered that when they Referring ngain to !fish, we see in the Ilo' placed n parli-an with more than) kingly' only an unnecessary: expense to the government \- I S. C. deficiency. !'t !II -

rutc11e1111'aid0, the )point of divergence of ton Jfcnitil that among the delicar-ies' to hi power. The only change requisite to Make bulls a wrong and Illalfl'ai the Peninsular! Road In Its course: towardTampa found In the Uoston I
market are the nil! it nn oligarchy or monarchy, In substance,, upon charge of misconstruction! or misapplication .\ 1'ta",1.7. lot 10: -
the Iron was laid to a point within snapper fish front Florida which( nro said to i is the .\u ( 1 ltd -
i ibo
assent, of the lenders of the party to n of the laws regulating: elections, by Ila I 117. 1
ixty-llve miles of the Gulf l at Cedar / '. We i A Iigtlsl: : ) 101
Key,, \'l'ry111( have (till) "ppoihiniiy olputting continuance :1 1. I t:1 t.
11I1'O\\'t' of the same individuals. inspectors' ( or other oflicers: it is desired to .ItlauUt -
white It waat u distance about 1 150 mile! into the city markets (much liner : This! has already been attempted in lice secnrea true interpretation of the law thereon I Atlanta 7'11,, ti Il 117 1- -

from Tampa. The means I at the disposal ol varieties of fish, than I their home fisheries< third-term S 5's. } (IIO} !
effort for Grant. The fear of n various:' legal; processes, etc., to secure an a\llah tOFTOCY
the that time allord/ and would of'l'ollr receive I
company ut were entirely IIP ! prices.! reaction in the popular mind prevented It authoritative decision. 11' there is reason: to STOCK.AugnSta

Adequate) to (the construction of these 150 In IS" O. With, the assured! success! of theRepublican believe' laws have been wilfully! violated, theinvestigation I 13 1H -
miles, nnd the country along 1114 II lie was too Tell Pll SllJl1" .u 1:"' .' 101:. (Orallil'\'ic, 111 ]i -
In will it should be before the
party power, preventit I :
l -
sparsely settled to give any mateilul 1 aid. lithe The message Is very long and prolix. The In 1881 ? I Llgl: }!
and it will le' enough to I'-Hi 1ntcrprlse; : !II" -
road) was left with its terminus for." ('lIrl! cu...tom\ of embracing theories.! dNquisilionsand : The forms ; I. li5 -
: of u republican government warrants of estlVlien: o(1ictmicutsb.tve lnterj'rkcLouds: 10
In the Interior of the peninsula without; a resumes of the reports cabinet ohhl(('rs! were continued I These and Sibley Factory, ::1 31 -
long after the .substance haddeparted \ t'CI flnl.1. prel :nary arrests:
t southern connection it could) but has ;been carried to Mr.Hayes .
by sea, earn u greater extent by .1St 1"TorK.
and Julius before i to 1.\K
Cue+ar was not I lei binding; over comm ?nes :appear
,little, while, by'cxleiidlng! ; it to the Gulf, ut than( by his predecessors.: : As the powerful under the consular name than his HO I n new device to make I'r the ollli-cr-, (ins: Conipaly stoc'k : 31 -

the nearest practicable point, it traversed larger portion of It hii.s ;been already made: successors and trouble and aIlIlO'UI' Impcrators. With the Idea thoroughly %atIomitlllxchaiige, (m lot -
largo portion of ,Alachnu county! und) gave; public in the department lepurts, it. excites indoctrinated in the popular mindof W 11' WAS Hank of A1gl: 73 73 -

transportation\ to the northwestern part of but little I Interest or attention. .11 Ir. Hayes'sown II section, that the country can, only be! The following 10 letter published IIU.V In the ( 'umuiercial, ti} joe 1051

.Marion county The result has been (to Inifreaso portion of thn message is confined foun /'Inftlnlll'r fho control of Its I'lantcrs' Luau and Stn'., 10 -
party, it caneasily : for itself as to till mode of
,the population of Al-'flnm to nearly undignified, unjust: and partisan: arraignment 'IJl' led to acquiescence In the measures!' ('iraol1tlkl III the State of New York. 1\1,10\\\: 1"la.

Y0o00ltllmlbitaatts, and J.lJVYCIIl\lIty about of the youth:! for ulleg'-! e'.rctbn! frauds. I (10 produce it. The'ar Springfield'I'dilli virtually ( n, It 7'1 103 Zvi -

",000.1thollt the extension to Cedar Key, The elections at the South were so peaceablethat : 1.'lluUilIHlkci' (lm. n. 0's, 10 104 -
The force of .
party organization, absolute the same charge us I. alll-lt: !<. Similar A. tC K: H. R first mortgage
the Gulf coast of Hernando, Hillsboro: and it was Impossible! : to allege intimidation\ deference to its leaders nnd press, the power : charges; are made in \'uriolli localities.It : 7'8. 05 -

Manatee counties would\ have been without or violence, und without the slightest oMluial: of patronage, the 'use of subsidies, and ;bribesdirect ; would that our boasted: !'system of M. t& .\.. endorsed, 1"1 W7 -
Atlantic evidence, with better than the !'I'1 A6t.11's.1st t1) cu., 14 15 -
facilities for transportation to tlic no authority
and indirect less its results
nre no powerful in universal suffrage depended for : Secnmil t5)rtgage l'lid,. -
fi'euboard for.u score or more of years. The clamor of mendacious: partisan press and I these: days than; of old The conservatism: : : not so much upon the measures! of a partyas C.. C. tC A., first: 10 11 11 lU -
Fluridii/ Railroad Company/ had barely the_ l leaders, the President of the United States I of (he South is likely to be the saving powerof its length of is not -what the C.. C 111' A.."1'01\1. !JI -

ability to curry the road to the Gulf over the descends from his high olllcc which he holds republican institutions: voter thinks 10 purse.II 1! what he gets, as Oenerai .Joint Chester lI\rlgagc, 114 93 113 --

Intervening sixty-five\ miles to Cedar Key, by the known notorious acknowledged! The following extract from The .Xnt'mH of influences the casing Ill of his ballot. I is ChCrW 10

and the choice between stopping in the (counting-out of the ilcctoralotc.sofFlorida! RUI.IOTOCK.
was December
: 2, an Independent journal withH'pllhllcm with no feeling of pleasure or recriminationthat ncorgin, 1W} -
woods for years or inaklnKuconncctlnn with and nNlana, and nrnil-vis! : (ho people of proclivities, is well worth pondering we publish such statements : Central t I, 1 10 i 109 109Southwestern

the Gulf ut the nearest point. We think the South before u fcingle! .I judicial examination : To the IMitor of Tie Xtition : 110 -

.tintu has shown that they decided wisely.: has been had, on mere rumor, as having '!'here call he little doubt that the enormous Silt: I reside of the interior counties Augusta ,Savannah, llJ 11 -
JVn attempt was made to carry the road to been guilty of (the highest: (' '' against the advantage the spoils system gives to of this .state, in u town having; about five Atanla.t: 101nt. 1 + -
75 77 -
hundred yoter5.l I first vote cast in u.I .
Dcaln, und the road was actually graded 1 : 1, 1 but laws of their country. Doubtless) be included the party In power, in meeting all attempts 1SGS for Grant, u1.1111 political faith WI. I may C.AI. C. tit:... HUlfrvil'. ., 47 41 -

obstacles Intervened.l from, time to time, tint Florida in his arraignment. The to dislodge it, has at last made some impression : style 1\(1 a "young Republican," and 1 :ll'lpll" .l'h'lI n. I. H} : -

fit the war rl'n1h'flllt impossible: und bankrupted ; chalrmnn of the Republican: State com r.iittcc, ill the Democratic mind. It is becoming ci the X'ltol. Relieving it my ritvss JUKI
c Florida, Railroad. und the two or three Republican In clearer duty to take un I\ IlItl'f.' '>t in politicalaffairs Tin .
\papers than it has been (that a large and : though without th'l'iT'to become an The Situ indulges in the following
J During the war the rott(1;Of course! eurned the State! have made the charge that Ihe growing civil service, used vigorously; amiremorselessly oll'e-l.oIII'r.. I begun two years since specimen. (' /1//8 of humor : "

nothing hut went to decuy-not only 110, Democratic majority in 1 the State /i.ooohas/) ( ( us nn electioneering machine, 0\ town caucuses: lieing on intimate .
Tmt much of the iron between Italdwin\ und been obtained) by fraud. '1'1 II' charg(. hay been" und compelled' to place Its salaries at the disposal : terms with the 1IIIIl'ri of the "mlae11i110" 1lIELY will good feelings
in county, I one question our ;
Fernundinu was! taken up and removed liy'jho ; reiterated by the reckless Chairman of the \ : \ of the party in i power, furnishes that one 11tOWI of; our town 1111 committee, al realh'bl't'llIl' I towards Senator Jones: and many of our

Confederate government to make the National Republican Committee, n charge party with n defence which! ito opposition: year u delegate to our county Ilitric convention readers will recollect the kind words with

t Live( Oak connection with the Atlantic & blllll'llon no evidence, and 11ic'n'Ilitl'11111111 can in ordinary times, without the help of 1 have tllkl'l an Ictln' personal which we announced his el'cloll. but a.s I
I have had business can State so
interest in the recent campaign. : : proposition
Oulf II:'illroad und Itwnschtahtc(1nndbrought repudiated the Conservative-)Democratic some great wave of popular sentiment hopeto
full flit hil the success: : of the Republican much good as n IIHKII'ral'Republican could
hack after( Ito war with much tlltllrult)'. At party of Florida who regard it us: n gross ( overcome, and which on ordinary scandals cause: believing that the majority of tl if sent to the ('latc. ( are not discussingthe

'a' critical! period in the history of the road, und unwarranted slander on the good name, of maladministration can neutralize.The \ot'riO. especially in the rural dbtrics. ability of (the man, but his situation, to

!ts president and moving spirit wa-s imprisoned anti reputation of the State. They crave mere contribution of such u 1 body to fully the "(' would (IruI 'U"ictionwith serve at the the'tatl.outlook. This Let us State look will for a be moment asking

for year in.Fort Piiluskl. the fullest investigation having suffered the talupnigi( fund is of itself a very formidable On 'Hl'pulJl11 morning I went curly to thepolls considerable help from the national govern

The condition of the rOl\llln 18(50; is thusDescribed by the Republican fraud of 1S7(5( they haveno obstacle to uny attacks on the government nnd stayed there all day, 1 .peddled"Republican mClt. It wants appropriations for the bar
election\ frauds: of \ und watched closely theprogress for public buildings, etc., and therefore, illthlllrtlolll
by u witness in the United States sylnpathywith uny In these days, wlll'lIl'lIlIlpalglll'xpell-l'' : halot. do deal
of und the methods of Republican can a great
t'lrcultmrt! ; It 'fh('. road was in n very kind. That )Ir, Hayes should have made amount to as lunch as: the revenue of a large the workers und the poll drivers. 1 (locoy- thnl DClocrnt. Mr. Jones would

wrecked condition ; equipment was very such charge(' in Presidential message I is state. Taking the otllce-holders' salaries ered that upwards of twenty )per (('lt, add strength to the opposition, but there is

1' ntllinn) ; four locomotives, one of which one of the most remarkable improprieties iJl.'O.OOO.ooO In the aggregate, even 5 \per cent the votes were openly' for sale. I know thatmore strength enough in that direction already,
than sixty were bought by the Republican and he, therefore, cannot help the Democrats
svus claimed the property of the Macon it: Republican\ partisanship.Ho of l'"menb-the: rate in the last canvass workers" ut prices ranging front two or Republicans.: This State needs someone

Brunswick Railroad, nine box curs and' gives long dissertation' on civil service is said to have been higher-would put one to five dollars each.' How many the 11'10- in the Senate to represent the new administration.

twelve flat ears (all old nnd shackling' ), nnd reform, but it bus: ti ring of insincerity million of dollars in the party treasury, and cratic "workers"soured by the same IcalS I is important Florida have

'two dilapidated puscngcr curs,composed the about it, in view of the fact, that the power against! this the opposition has to fight with I do not kIOW, but probably nearly an equal a friend at (' and one that can and will
number.' I have since 1'lrm'I.1 that the be heard. With the President' and '
Equipment. Most of the trestles nnd all the und personal efforts of his administration! the aid volunteer ColltrilUti011sonly.: towns in our countv each require on an Republican and the Senate measurably 10Ulli., J

,bridges on the road were t1c*trO'l"1. The und cabinet were openly devoted to partisan n\'rlgl' ut least: $2oO for the sole purpose{ : of or almost! certain to be so, a Democrat. can
l and warehouses ut Fernnn- success, that the employees} of the government JUIHJK SETTLES CHAltUK.Wo Inn'ing'ot1 01Icetion day, nnd that thisis do no imi>ortant service.
w11arve1,141101)11 find in the Sun and /Vc" of the 9th, areport the usual sum expended in this manner. almost national position of Senator
the have been openly anti mercilessly' nsscsscd 'hI
und the was
dtallwere destroyed, same
I informed that it cost: our candidates
of the charge made to the Grand am
Condition ut Cedar Key, the other terminus. mind n campaign fund of over n million Settle of the United States for congress, in ( district: naturally ((!) Republican Jones at "Washington makes (the idea

The cross-tics were mostly rotted, und in dollars obtained. Ho will get no credit Jury by Judge and who was elected. by u large of !sending a Florida Republican a

'll'tho deteriorated." from thono'nlts\ and will be ridiculed by Court as follows : mujoriy. not less than $. ,OOI to pay his covert sarcasm on his party. We have
nwcry fl'ga property United States District within the past sixty days.
As requested by (
r i From>> the 1st of January, 18(5tl( to November the stalwarts( for this lute-in-the-duy civil Attorney Stickney t I will cull your attentionto I Und that it would' be folly for any "ono'to had, let us sec-Mr, Gilbert, Mr. Osborne

1,1800! the, earnings of .the ,road were $G9,- i service reform homll)'. In every instanechieendorses two branches of the law. It is natural aspire to otlice in this county or neighborhood and Mr. Conover .as Republican senators.

k 372 8Utl he cost of operating it $so,958. Fortunately I the views of his cabinet officers and III times of party excitement: for men to become who was not wealthy und willing to \hl'l the Senate and House of Representatives
) excited and forget their duties us citi liberally for the honor (!)-that
He makes pay wealh.s und President all .
he is of the sumo opinion were Republicans.Tl
t glob) tlto l\luHll'1of
the 'road went says
zens. Hut it must make no difference to almost. the solo requisite! in u "
parties who were nblo and willing to put this brief reference to the Florida treaty you which side or party these men are on for any dice of imi>ortunce. Fillalr. I it') were "our friends utcotirt. \\'

It in good order all operate it, and it has claims, und hopes' they will receive attention when they are churged with any offences. tnt that this state of things is by leUI: then wanted "appropriations for the bar,
in business tUHl1I1ut' : The ballot-box is the foundation stone of lrl'ptollal. but that it !is precisely the same for public buildings," etc.. but we have no
1 jjrudually liicrenscd our liberties and to corrupt it U to put in counties und congressionaldistricts.
The claims against the \1 II it ctJ.Stall's un- recollection of ever having gut tbem.1:11'oRTII .
t :though It is said never to have paid the interest peril that foundation. Hence, no higher I .
how- tier the Florida treaty with Spain( were submitted this be jicrformcd than to Mr. Gartield been The vote
on its purchase-money, It bus, duty by : jury can I Ia" l'l'de.
the late
to Congress for its action ut ) c.ITTL1Something
of lC'c the result
inquire diligently into e'l'Q''iolation : of this state lu' ( :
und I I
to over, kept clear'of jvcelvershlps' legal lIe8.oion.1II11\ I again ill'ilOHlruth'lItlolI to the purity utr the ballot-box and suffer no and this state has given a majority of less: like HM.OOI head' of cattle are
# (entanglements, und has enhanced in>.tead of his lotig-standing question, with u view to guilty person: to escape. And in your investigations than 25,000. I am forced to the belief that nllual\ driven out of Texas towards the

letcriorutlng in value. 1\. 1111111 disposition of the matter. vou must know no party, the use of money, in tho'oll'n purchase of t. The vast herds travel some tenor

d Taken nil II w hole, the t message U very diffuseand whether Republican: or Democratic.but) bring votes, bus. gone far to tlholt this resuit. 15 mil'u day over the long route to Ne-

+ 1 TIIK Irs,: or OUR () 11'." KKSOUUCKS. colorless.lVtbaj' the weakest suggeston before the court every liaison found guilty One would expect to at least bra:> uII Southern Dakota. Collected. 1 in
't' General Grant should be t of a violation of the United States l laws. You some private expression of condemnation large numbers ut Niobrura, Neb., these animals -
is that pensioned
( j have u right to look into the conduct ofevery for the participants in so disgraceful a sys- are carried to Chicago by mil, dis- .
I Wt, III Florida, write u great deal .for the nt t the p11bliccxK'n5e-s1){ ynstiugtlietitle Tt t.trt'tiol,111'r und inspector of t'm-fur those who proffer the bribes us well tanceofr.74 miles, and thence to the Atlantic I

.c)'l'1i of people itt distance. of the resources:: uf Cuiptaiu-(Geperal-lorrowcrl from the elect'ions where a congressman has been us for those who accept them ; but such is 1 !t'luarel. a further distance of nearly
not in keeping voted for. You have also right to inquire I not the cats('. Men of the strictest integrity 1,INTO miles.It .
'ln source/
,>f our State,und have no difllcnlty makingout punish monarchy u I
whether those: otlieers were impeded' in any I who would scorn u honol.blluctlol in seems tons that the north and south
along catalogue of industries: und productions with our Republican( training. We would of their duties It'iulmaU'r. do not IU'itntcI I
manner in performance hu-Illc'r : t trunk lines east! of the Mississippi ( 'outpate
j' which would utl'ord a profit here. suggest us more appropriate, one borrowedfrom bv outside parties, und whether any government C Ill take un active part ill tins open( bribery, for this business under very'ollh

!It would be more to (the purpose if we illustrated \ the Republican\ \ annals of Holland ,I officer marshal or sutH-rtisor has beeniutcrfertrl t und) they do not lose caste: in the communityby dnulwtal'c They are so deficient. in
with in his ,duties und if so, it is so doing, Their. action is considered unecessary north-bound tratlic that they could offer avery
byexa11lplc.tht' recommendation we- 'TIiE, (i IatNm I'ExInxEe"R ', your duty to bring the i jwrties, so interfering part of .I."l.tcul iiolities," andto favorable rate from (this city to WesternjKiints.
make to other would ho in order now .for the Demo before the ('ullrt1"iU> not think'you need be applauded in to their fuc-I I ) The. cattle (ran IJ,lrh-l"1 to Vermillonvilleat -

Take., for l"lootatltlU," Hsherio'V W"\I cratic. majority in Omgrev* to puss u 10111uon further instruction: upon this point. l't'-i. f'., to I h.numher of votes they secure small expense, from whence there

engaged: In dvil service I't'forlll.lli.l upon the., Now, us to the other which by outbidding opponents.How i is u 1,100 mill haul to ehil u. The oiiis--
thousands unit
Jviiovv ,thiit! of men are ; I wus requested: to charge" which i IS is i possible[ for any real reform to vine und and the other lines
'Ihe precarious 1111,1allgl'ruu occupation of i recommendation of the PiWident.supi'o.slngthat \ \ a I scarcely less important if unyt the law of 0'l.1 with such corruption at the toward thlllantt.Xn"I"ic could otter favorable

1 4lhin3;fur l'U'u'" the exio.| \,'4 coasts of Nova l I f it would lie in..>l able to obviate the etc the United t.\I'II! in cases where otlieers of I balot I0w l.1 we expect wise 1cgiso I terms l.Ule destined for New York,
eOthklity1'\cwt. t11uUand, We also know ; taiuobstrurtitoopiudtion\ \ .if the RepuhlU M the Unite! States have IIt.'n'limIlJ't't1! or latiwlln Iu.1'k.J are M-lected I by 1'IcilalelphiaYashungton and Kdtiniore.
i : it nlllll'Tl'ot'lIt 'I in executing processes! of courts of theUnited I lul'hu pre.1 Now, 1 should 1. glad todevote } 1 he distance from New Orleans to these cities
xhat uur waters are niknl with unUlcl\ betterdescrJMUon I cans in t'nignss,1(1uy tupuss! I % Slates.! If that is: to ho tolerated for I u ]M>rtion of )time politicalattilirc i i" abut the same a* from Nebraska .and we
+ of 11!!h' whidl can lit btainetl atvtry'little I it to the President ; he would be forced to one moment, then there is i nn end of yourgovernment in the interest good government are much' nearer the dUll ranges If Texa

( work or expwtyure, unci"hkh', cap appnne it. It is, perhaps, the' best opportunity and un end of society.If I simply, but 1 ask : WhatU I do' I am '1'he dbjuiul.ll'ltio!of the of
such have nlY l a tR r t. I charge you quite ready h tu be u subscriber tu the Civil the roiwa\'j
the of that lure by the I ()>e 1 I alt's has
111; Ww here ,ut Fer- to try sincerity I I \tantic
.ft\ enjtu| mark.ltlt' foil I tu send for witnesses ulI 'wht'l't' in iheNorthern I I fvrvice Reform l'uLIu on Society, but is ;. anything | for the class\ of
umt: ,'lj}ihtt, (fl'\.ltllH'lItl scu ('ibks (If tlllb! + t'11 it" Introduction such i mca>ure. If it ; district of this $ute, and investigate i that tn be the l'Sh'lt my" lolitical:4ctivi-1 business referred'Olllhtwn to, but now that consolida

U'lnx sUippiil tliMUgh" fi-om Ce laf Key, to puss, owing to their opHVsjtion it will{ illustrate ,! thoroughly unit fully This is a matter of I ty? Must IstundusIdeand5cetiletu4hotl5lof I tan has hl'l f-fleeted there is room for development -
We are-150 miles. neuter the market'1! are : the ''hollownesw of their pn-teiiMons. i too vital importance tu U\passed over in this eaulpuiggu| repeated year by year, withno ; in the direction indk'ttl-
silence. In ull tlu-sc\ matters, politltstuafur effort made tu change them ? My friendsof i Orleans .
:Jlu n location where the h'\| Is easily obtained.; If it jitos through IXanm-ratio opi '- I tunately, have had too much tu do. You I the madulI,' tell;me they deplore the I 1'icayuif.The
I I ,11101it will show that our reproentuthostn duties I this of affairs suggestion that cattle be sent eastward
Crl state
wuta\'c U vuUtton )mll'mtl"l'b': ulI'm"h' 1oI.; are called; upon in the discharge! your ." necessity'for ; they acknowledge -
but wu are, cuiitent to recommend! (luugrc are seeking to lK !,tt1t'a.lN their 'I tu forget party and politics, and look to that the corruption of the ballot instead of north wall is deserving of atten

tilt: Industry' to strangers when we might I l tvutt'ulof i atronuge hMeiulof! rvproeiit'miJthe I the law' und testimony. I II i government box is t"l root ufal the evils theoretically of our present to I tln. If brought by steamer to Cedar Key.
; '
the 'nttie !I Nu one will except to this charge. UnforInnately : profess transhipjHHl! to Fcrnandina and
of llruttx partyin
/joJp; u J Jargo and proiltaWe\ ] business.for ourvity. view certainly believe In any desirability of civil t'f"il' rthlrrl.the
;. Wo; have un abundance! of .shrimp udelicate'unJ the South If it JWSM-S.! lit) much the bet I I i the impression has been 11",1\.111\1' :j I reform ; but say that practically we storms which cause the lass S

favorite article, which ran buounne.1 ter l Hvm fully justified by the omrse: of the ,l must accept the situation as it is-we ..cannot rattle on the Northern seas would be avoided.
It is lo,+ i United! States officials charged with instituting i I change it, Are they right' I am sir i etc. *
will pU-u enoone; i
niarkfliM to advantage.A The mesisMge : Vr Yvft.uftuibffJt.. THE (
mud 1IUr'I I for violation of i W M. C :Iata6E.-At the meeting of the Na-
uthern M.'utl-I criminal proceedings I II -
suit !
and unfair ,
tu utilize hknit"/ oranges stalwart to onalGrangMhe Masters
t ( of $
niulHde :8e Craugesreported
"dorr suit i I I dt'l.tton laws that thl'ir1 an.t diligence THE cotton will start about
abundant on the {line of the )railriJ went, it Is too weak and moderate to factory) the study of the elementary
which, are It has ton littlepoliT extend entirely to the proMVUtion of memlien December 1. All he machinery)' ha not pie of agriculture had been Irind'
here the Republicans.
\\'uuhhtn greater wlvuntaget arived yet the spindles having;, been delayed with Blurry In the '
of the fiolitlcal The public schools, Mr HU-
!V' almwt else. This businessI ? ami force to attract public attention, ophite party. at the fatun'. They w1 be hl'r in a fewthyi br Master of the Dominion .
UU\\'ht'N ( llI'
and tbePreillentauunluutl= t\>olittlenl>eft lUthTof the most worthless and utterly rep'ntlute however and_ lt once be l'r"tt'l\- an addres Oru"t

L a 6.ul isi I; |;urotlclMJacksuuriIk'etSt.lttgustiue 11\ 1)rampe l."UUJlty, but we >:iavc hdaLi own party to ghe11 weight- tit it, dam. of luyro** arc ..aMlu be used as 171atdutuuy.I Truw. jress ldl'en"tlt olllr. ahowinij the 111"\1






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mi; muss.Lorvt ally prevented him from ever alluding to the ( Groceries!' and Provision, *. AT ,
subject of fraudulent practices.Mr. -- --------- GOODS 2sT15W YO11K PRICES

OrrioN.: -The ministers" of various ( Hayes's animus in making Ills far- .\. It. N 01' ..S.GHOClm .
religious) denominations, : have taken considerable f"'h'elmid! untenable charges against the AT Till.: POPIII.AK IHIY GOODS IIO17SI: ( '

interest! during the 'past\ year, in thecause Southern people, however, is "l'rl'.itkul.. : .\ n-JtII': CHANDLKR) : :, U'j j
He not 0111111'irl.1'" to vent his;, spleen
of and l have
<< !
temperance accomplishedgreat -
gn.)(1. Their purpose !ha'* been to Influence against" them, but he has an ulterior\ object 111\un IX --J.: & T. IvYDD.IDRY :
the next legislature\ to euacta "local in view, for his:: remarks on this" subject were .

option law 'erntittingcaeh comiiiiinity to Itltl''cllllore for the) next than the present Pros irloass!' Liquor!' llfr.AOKXT : --- j I
decide fur itself whtlll'TaC'l'II\ I'11 bar-rooms Congress. Fully aware that it is already-the -

will he tolerated. And we now observe" that, !\'ttll'IIIlans of his party to infamously" ins GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS AND
li. SHOES( ;
: ron I"1'I: Y it CO.'S: PLOWS.
grand juries'' have taken the matter: Intnl'OIl' crcavc! their meagre! majority' in the Lower : ,
House" of the Forty-seventh Congress by -
sideration. I In the general presentment of : XO'l'IOXSXU S ,'.\X('"' ( !oons.
in that ;
seating without
body, shadow of
a :
the Columbia county grand I jury we find Cr.XTUK: STKEKT,
, law or j justice, defeated: Republican candi
from the South in place of legally :
Having: taken into consideration the fatal .12): tf FKRNANDINA, FLA..iiits. JL
results" emanating from. thesaleof intoxicat- chosen" representatives" he adopts' thismetliod ;- --_..-- --- CANNOT 1JE: UNDERSOLD.l .
would recommend paving t the way to I theuccomplishmeiit: t l Large of 1.1.1.XU
I. ing liquor, respectfully : A\M: ( 'I.\lUU< shipments JOOIS received weekly
of this Radical i
design. Hence it is: that he
State .
and request" our legislature" tlla.
i u
local optional In w.-..1ouficdl'oIl'fifllti'III\ dwells at such length pubs\ alleged fraudulent ".7..("" Wholesale and Retail. Orders by mail receive' prompt atfcntion.

practices at the in the :South and ) ST., UKT.: CKXTIH: : A: Ai.\ciir.\, New York Office, / I N l. Cur Centre and Third,
The ease of )rr Lofton, arrested'' in Levycounty ('nlllIpon! Congress to take notice of them. rplURI !W Walker Street ( J' *: T. I(1' n ik ) )Fernandina, FJ.i.SAN .
for alleged violation of the election He does
not even have the tact: or intelligence : -
law iii lrllll'lC (he \> ronj-M; to which cilicnsof : to conceal his object, for he exposes\ ,

Florida are being; subjected, simply to "satisfy Ills hand fully when he says, "I trust the BOlt N \ & 1IOYT
the despicable'' "spleen of n few little men. House of Representatives, '' and the Senate, IN TIII \
The ease" is: reported by the SlIl/lIml 1'resa as: which have the right to judge of tlll'l'Il'e'
follows: tion returns ami the qualification of tliilrown Choice Fruits and "Vegetable. SECOND: STREET: : NEAR: CENTRE: ,

The case" against )rr. Lofton turned upon members, will :see to it that every I WIIII.'I.\t.K AM) IlKTAH: ,
a very interesting quest\ t 11111 I It appeared case of tho violation of the letter .
from the tltilIlOIlIhat Lofton lintlllt the or spirit of the finc'I'lIlh1IIl'IIIIIIIC'lIt CONF'EU1'IONI'Uhl: IS, E:re. GROCERS SHIP CHANIXLERS I

time of his: voting;on an bl.lltlllll.'arthe Gulf is thoroughly investigated; and that ,
and in the fork of theSnwannee river. The no benefit from such violation "shall: accrueto L!:. Garden Seeds, Flowers, Farm and ASP K.\.KlS: :: 1r
statute boundary: line, so fur: ax it applies to any power or party." In lining these" Care, i Implements." 7 tf
this: locality, is in t these wonli: : 'Thence words Ir. Hayes evidently forgets! that be I is .._ j j11
south down the eastern" bank of the Hu wall' addressing" a body which, has long since --------- ---- - ---- I I r IIITl I r I ('OlIN.1'1'S I I ] I r IIICICK 1 I I i MJII: i I, 11'(1.: ; I I

nee river to its mouth, thence! alongtheulfincluding l passed; : upon\ and settled the qualification of \Xaa. 1"IIIXn.: .- / --j i.---.... j., ---\11. j i. j
all the islands and keys from the its: members, and which, will have nothingto ---
luciuth of the Snwannco river to the mouth do\ with the qualifications: of the memberselect AKKUS AND) CUNFKCTIONKIJS,
of the Hig) Witldacooehee,1 etc. of t the Forty-seventh Congress, or B .\ LARGE: STOCK: OF FURNITURE; : : ALWAYS: ON HANI).
Now, If the line takes just back of the cast in his zeal t to prepare! the public mind for cttntcFrocerlcr ; :2-10-lv! I,
fork Lofton resided in if the infamous of his -
afayctte county, programme : party hereafter
3 it takes: the other fork his residence I is in lie is" lei l tn. stultify himself by tres- (: Cigars, and Tobacco.
Levy county. parsing" upon the 1", itimate! ]province'of! Mr.Garficld FU11CIIGOTT BENEDICT: & co.I I

On this statement of facts tlll'l'lIitt"l'talc1'I l when he shall "send ill his (first j TOYS AND I"\ ARTICLES.: .
attorney, Slickney, asked for il'tun's dis" messige, '' as President!<< of the United :States: to
char"l'" the national logM.iture.The ,, : : .

2i1 r. Li fuut's discharge( was all right: but next prominent' i feature t of Mr. Hayes's( Weddings, i Entertainments, and Picnics, Southwest Corner of Hay and Pine Street, j
whv! was he subjected to the inconvenience message: ; worthy of special notice I is that he furnished the .shortest notice, at rock-but-
and expense of a trip to this city ? The party revives that old, threadbare! : : theme of his tom prices, atANGEL'S
who mnde complaint received pay: no doubt, regarding;: civil "service reform. Itissingular 1SAKERY,
fornppearingasa witness, including mileage that he will p'rl't hypocritically !professing (','lItrc' :Street: ,

and I ii tluyrviulbuwed1, irhistinteandtravel. ; a desire for such reform, when it is: a __ 13 l :t_ ____ ____Opp.! t 'I.II', O...!llnildinK.Jfi"J .' .:_ JACKSONVILLE: u" FLORIDA :
lug expenses, and addition, if this i N not an n torious fact that during the four years: of
exception to a general rule, he has bad! the his iln{ j'trlii admin.stnition, : be has: coin cried '.' n 1't t>!z J
satisfaction a putting 4 a nun whom ho does the subject into a laughing stock of the
not like to tl'ollhl'III.1;i I expense Hut with country. J Hjiw( In Herons; it is to hear him
)(1'. Lofton it is ditli'rcnt, he has been taken grandiloquently ex rising a d esiro that 1\ LOHMANN'S : I

forcibly from his: business" dragged;: over a every olli>-er of'tluKcrmncnt shall be " .
hundred miles from his home to appear before as: any other c'itizl'tto\ express his political
a United 1 1'Iatc': commissioner, when opinfoiis: and to use" his means for their. -1'AJIOI'S-(
there was one at his, own door, and after being advancement, and l the "san.e, time, fl'eills DDDD} RRRR YY YY (GGGGG( 000 OOO) ]DDDD) SSSSS: :
declared innocent he has the },our satisfaction any private citizen in refusing 1111 demands I'reimred Tlonr.ONLY DDDDD) RRRRR YY YY GGGGGG OOOOO 00000 }DDDDD( :SSSSSSS: :; ,
of payimr! his: own hotel bills' : and his upon( his salary for political ,purposes," DD\ DDRR\ RR YY YY GG i GG OO OO) 00 OO) H\)\) DDSS)\ :::
fare back; lo hi.home.; I Is it any wonder when the country, from Maine to'Texas, and \DD\ 11\)\) Hlum YYYDD (GG OO) OOOO) OO DD\ \ DD\ SSSSSSGG : ; .
that the Federal I u111ee-holders who erieourj from the Atlantic: to the Pacific, knows:IUt \DDRR\ RR YY jUtI;< ;< oo oo oo oo) DD HI) ss I
and advise" suHi: unjust proceedings: during the recent campaign, and just" before FIVE: Cl': TI'lm:; POUND.1 DDDDD) RR RR YY (iHH( (' UtI( OOOOO OOOOO)( DDDDD)\ ) SSSSSSSGGGGG :: 'i,
*j should be hated and held in contempt by nil I the recent election, he made a tour! to the far }DDDD RR RR YY ( OOO 000:4)]) : : :::::::-':;

outraged people?-Furitliil'niiHXurJuilirr29.Tin I West for no other purpose" than to tlll'lhl
back upon the capital at that critical moment I I IHtCAltPB'l'S
so that government officials: might, ,:; be j-tf AT OLD P. t 0). MJILDING.:
: coxruxiXG or COXGKKSS.WASHIXCITON .. ... .
bled to the last dollar of theirsalary
financially --- --- '--'
Uc'cIIIIJc'rB.-Thecollvcnilig if needs he, to secure Republican ii. i:. I>OTTIKIK: 4+ : MATTINGS:38fr[ :: + : t .
of Congress; : always attracts to the capitol u victory Mr.( Hayes must indeed imagine i
large number of sightseers! and the rcas- that the people of; the United States can i

Hcmblingnf the Forty-sixth Congress: '' proved very easily be imposed UpOIi.'ilh "I ERNANDINA, FLORIDA: ) .
no exception to the rule. I ong before 1-'' \\ the exception of these two featuresof
o'clock the galleries lithe House( were filled Mr. Hayes's message; -which are preeminently DKALKIt IX FLOOR OIL ...()' WINDOW! SHADES.:
with spectators awaiting the rap of the characteristic: of him-the! rest of the ,
fp'aker'Jl'el.: On the floor the customary1u111lrhakingS paper\ is: quite interesting and III! : were indulged in, while the (Hairs: Eani.llyr Groceries \" j

members congratulated one another on their and foreign relations, and concludes with t b "
reelection or exchanged condolences upon 11revlewof the various: reports the heads of AXW :
their defeat.! At exactly twelve o'clock the departments: and with certain recommendations
sneaker' called the House to order, and the regarding the District of Columbia, PROVISIONS.Customers IL *!
chaplain, Rev Mr. Harrison: ottered and the health of the national capital. It I is _____ ___ _____________ .. -- _.____ ___..__ ___ Jt;+LLATEST _
prayer. 4+ 4+ ++ 4* 4+ 4+ ++ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4* 4+ 4+ 4* 4+ 4+ 4+ ,
The speaker then directed the clerk to call a very lengthy document, but will, for the I. I --- ------ ----------- --,'-;-' I

the roll. most part, repay perurah.-S'u'uiiuh ."u'a., I i J'ft
The galleries of the Senate chamber\ were i can rely upon getting CHOICK: DRESS GOODS, SILKS I ..9- ISHMERES :,:[ 1 ,

filled with spectators some timo before the SVEECll OF Sl'XATOK 1'UGll. : { _
time of the opening of the Me sion. About GOODS, asNOTHING! ++ +* .f144. ; +.
lIon. T. 1..1'ugh, the newly-elected Senator : ;
two-thirds of the senators were present, and *. I++
i there was general greeting) and congratula- from Alabama, upon the occasion of his !
'V tion among them. At 12 o'clock the Vices nomination, addressed'' the Democratic cau'CUi HUT TIIK: FIN1-LST: nH.\ fJS '\
President, culled the Senate to order, and follows CLOAKS, ULSTERS, SHAWLS and FLANNELS. 1'\
: as : J Jf
Chaplain Bullock delivered a prayer. :
Gentlemen, we've had our failures ; we are in stock.
The lirst business transacted:! the reading arc kept .
accustomed to failures, to losses, to suffering f
of the credentials of Jas. L. 1'ugh; elected -

to till the unexpircd term of George S. and disappointment that, in the,incomprehensible but we ought to wisdom remember C, 11.\liT, II. STKITZ. OUR Miieii; Ih'IJllr.III'lIt I is COMPLETE( : IN EVERY: : RESPECT.:
Houston, deceased, ft"! Sciritor from Alabama. C. II.\III tfc CO. A
and the swearing in of )Ir. 1'ugh. of (iod. these losses nu<
The credentials: of Joseph E. Brown, disappointments all{ are, at lust,Christian the foundation ImiH>rters and' Wholesale }){'nl'r.ln( different designs of Brussels"" mid "001 ('lIrltf'... are now offered at t
and civilization.
of I human :
elected by the legislature of Georgia to

the unexpircd term of General Gordon as Gentlemen; we ought to shake oar the delusion Foreign, and DoineHtic STRICTLY NORTHERN PRICES.
Senator from that state, were read, and Senator ,
that there magic, and healing, and
Drown was duly sworn in. health, and progress: and prosperity in Federal Fruit"" Huts'' dc.,
NICE; HR17SSEIS: : CARPETS: from 73 (!.H. upwards to tfl.IO. J
office-holding, and in government aid,
MK. HAYES'S LAST MESSAGE. and county legislation. Let us accept and Nos. f"7 and .VJ! Market Street, AVOOL CARPETS: from 03 etw. to
Our space this: morning' I is, in great degree: act upon this lesson taught by the curse of HALF-WOOL CARPl-ri'S: from 30 cl*. up. '
devoted to the publication of the last annual Adam : In the sweat of thy face shall thou CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. Latest designs of I"ASCY MATTINGS. lust grades of White ami Checked! j

message: of His tie facto Excellency, lion. eat bread until thou return unto theground." Window hlttdess'ludo to order-material in all colors. (In ordering ,/simply
Rutherford n, Hayes, to the Forty-sixth! The foundation of all health, progress! and %Consignments of }"UIUJII.\ Oll.\Sotll
C.ahnss,111)11 its third and final session.: prosperity; is the labor, the energy of man. solicited, and prompt returns made. ti'MJW. : state color dimension.. CORNICES: : MADE: TO ORDER: FINE: LACE" CURTAINS.

After congratulating the body upon the general rhl'toUl datloli of all labor and elll'rgIs of new designs.: .

happiness and prosperity: now prevailing necessity.: This inexorable, unavoidable:,. K. n.\JXUHI'r! Kid (aloe Cs. all colors and jiiulities (two to MX button). !

to giving throughout the unfortunate the land, ho South devotes a parting himself :spring irrepressible of our necessity failures, losses is the, sufferings legitimate; and .111 EST, A large lot of URUSSEI.S MATH( COCOA MATH( and CRUM1I CLOTHS( 1JOR. P

If it in the
shut, knowing that it will probably be the disappointments. were power
last; time he! will ever haveso excellent an of man to devise ways anal} means of avoiding \ B UTCHER: AND STOCK DEALER: : :, Hotel mul Hoiirdlnt-llou& Keepers will find our prices exceedingly -

'f opportunity to vent his malicious spleenagainst these failures!, losses, sufferings and disappointments AXil' : reasonable, and ndvctloii! rlllll. SHECT1NGS.: : ; PILLOW-CASIN}, TAJILK: DAMASKS -
and of securing certainty in Dealer in Ice.TENNESS .
; our "section. He gives up u results the machinery that ni.rl csthe world (white and colored: I), DOYLIES, NAPKINS, CRASH: GLASS 4 LINENS: In ;
portion of his message to this subject, : K E Inaa': : A H P E C I A LT Y i
and declares that in many of the late bluveholding \ would come to a dl'all-lo'klIl1l divine organism large varieties.C'orNetN( ,
!<< states opposition to the fourteenthami itself would become instantly deranged. HHOOM TUtIT'UUV: ijieeN'' Silk Tien, Sill IlautJ 'rcltietls-latent designs at .

fifteenth amendments to the CIII 19-tf F'EItXASDNA.I'L.t.Stoess : reasonable flgurcH.FURNITURE ,
tion and that the :-: titll-1 No, gentlemen. I hear s.illesuggestiolisthat I very
is bitter ,
ever -
as us
we should abandon the Northern De : I'll(I.NTH 1111I1 REPPS, FANCY 'I'.1S5ii11311'; : and FRINGE: '
Mill rerun's' to accord the full measure ( and Tliimirc. I .
mOl'racthat we should divide the solid TO MATCH.CENTS'( '
Hticul liberty to all her citizens impartially. -- -
In other w'onls, Mr.( Hayes means to say I :-'lIuth.h, gentlemen, it was never more OTItKKTY .t ItKOTIIFItl ( ; CASS1MERS: : ;, DOESKINS: ; JEANS: ('AKSIMERS: FOR ROYS': WEAR: :,
-there never was a greater necessity ,
that the Southern states refuse to recognize; CIXAKING.S:!, 11I'\': VJm$,
the civil and continue I for us to remain together a* n unitedpeople. 1J : Ftfi'ct. J'uo 01Itt.w ..
to interfere right with of their the negroo freedom; in exercising I If we separate ourselves from the ( opposite : ( 1\J)n;.;' and MISSES': : UNDERVI) : 1'H'f: --all fcl/cs and grades, /(rUIn.; ) cts. up tll

the elective franchise. He is kind enough; to Northern Democracy, we necessarily insereasuund $:tw.IJoICI a lot of RED:} FLANNEL UNDERSIIIRTH} for Lu(1ies-Ihiugrade.! I'
admit that thi interference was not noticeable intensify Northern sectionalism! I .
during the recent elections through; any and centralism hold!, I.etL'i ourselves('rystulizoout steadily!; and. wsrOur Gents' Furnishing .Goods is Complete in Every Respect.tta

acts of violence or breach of the peace-an IAt1'4 I
admission lie doubtless: makes with the firmly'uiMjii 1 the, high, broad l line sectional, It (U imMiHihh| i for us mention every article wo have for Mile, but every Imaginable =

greatest: reluctance, and only but}because he is pacification in and"good( harmonious faith, and anion to the(:! best Ix-t u'scarryout of article usually kept.. in u FIIWT-CJUSH: DRY GOODS) ESTAMLISHjlENT: : can be J .
literally forced to do so- that was
at our ability, .by the exercise of delegated found in our .House, ,
the Manifested Lulls. through fraudulent practices power, all the great national objects fl,r ;fr. S| eeInl nfteiitlon paid tu orders"" and t'orrenpoiidenee. '
In making this s.Certion Mr. which our confederated\ republicasestab. Call address
; Hahl'I lisbed recited in the preamble\ of tbcconstitution or
trays the "reckless: partisan; ; *.|>wki as of the t'nitl'lltatt": *. Hut, gentlemen ruit<' 'iKiorr, IIIMI: : )IC.T a (.'0.,

thing 'of which he knows nothing; and' i remember, and let it l he proclaimed l to Ci-im Corner (J(. Hay and flan btn-ctit.
makes assertion which he cannot jHnwibly :,
characterizeil the world, Hlut11111,1' no pains, or penaN .
election |
substantiate. The recent was t
iu the :outh, by quiet ties IIr punishments will we ever ,surrenderthe -
,-. mill fair, dealing particularly throughout our right"cheers.l of local self-government.k {Prolonged jr ARLINGTON NURSERIES.

\, Frauds, in some instances may 8'tllJII'1 .
, but venture to .. --
erpetrated, we {'OI41J WEATIIEltJX THE WEST.

of Radical the 'states fraudulent'of Indiana practices, New in certain York cities and II NEW YOBK: Decembei G, 10 A. x.-f'lear HTOV11S: HEATED, RANGERS.: TUOI'JC\I. uucl NIMI-THOPICAI.: "'Ul'.'.' "TREES: ROSES, ICID-

weather and low temrature| prevail here TIN AXI SHEirr-IRON( ; WARE: :,
to one,
outnumliercd fifty
Pennsylvania by both1l1t'S in I In the We t the thermometer! U reported alt OI'H .11I" .a'.:naua-x siiiii'HNHnd FI.OUF.HIX: l'I\XrH.:
all .
the fr.1utls committed on
follows Imffalo 23= degree zero, a ,
the entire South DM Mr, l Haves *i>eak the ;
Cincinnati 24
truth gigantic fraud I flIlof 17 degree in 21 hours ; CUCUMUER: : 11'O0111'L'MI') Ere.:
however, the most(
ever known to American history which was! I II degrees above a fall of :;It 1 degree* in 21 \w: UIJ CHOICE( VARIETIES: Budded Orange Treen'' 3IADE A SPECIALTY;
flf the hour; Chicago, 10 degree above, a fall of A large stock of Stoves on hand. Jive; usa
I committed in lM71J upon( the euplc $ I 10 degrees In 24 hour; IndianajwIU, 16 degrees call, and compare our prices with those of -- ,>
hole onionandesl.ecially"UIMJOthe above. a fall of 31 degree in 21 JlUurlll.I"Jul""lIIl' ; other liousfM, here or elsewhere. >
Zr'Send"" for ( Catalogue.
fraud Descriptive .
and bv means of which confessed: llth'l 22 degrees above a till of 38 de -- -- .-........ --- J
r becanie lou:.!><_etl of }Jr, TildenV seat' trees in 21 hours; $t. Paul. 7 degree 1>below J'011 PRINTING, in every style, and at ., AMUHT: i.JACKSONVJLLK.!.iID"'I! LJ..

and bavin-the: been VOl'ubr"otca.hould defeated on oth have the ttlextu-\ a fall l of 12 degrees in 21 hours. the lowest rates, at the MIKKOH office. ltC. 'k.. .., : :. FLA, j!

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JfJUSIIIJI ANOlrLI:1)Uli /r&'nc-1-f. H. Warring Mad.
(nIf"rt of ,
(3EIiiA1. J) IInt-'TO: In'. DREVAKf* ('nt: Tr,

l A fKW VAttt roB fllK MIR KB* BY wrilCll /Fo REMOVK I".-,,, .-Huh! coft or (Ii".. United NfiitrnorrirK-- omr..rlll. County Ju<'!#-'\. J. Whitlink City Point. 1MOn'r... of Tllrrll-J\t Wwhwnrtli" MadJton. .
THEY M\r tiCTRK.MISB MARINK/;' AUCIIl- solveil, Hoftp on the srftswrajx'| !' ) rhalk on (.1(1/-\; A. Stewart, Titiitvillr.Awwr / I .
TBCTfRK.There them and lay In the nun Repeat if h'l". 1.4u, UAr .lIvru.r. of r.'J'I'I-.f. D. Stewart, Titustnle.IMfHornf M.\:'1' \tt.Y. ((Jt' tt..

f it no lIuhj(''..1 on which' women are nary, lrgilllrr-f.. \. Ban\f'C, (inlnewvilheil Ilerentae-F. M. Platt, Lake Jt-- tar'ly.hu111e-I'L: Orahain. Mannfee.rrjlnhert .

more helplessly afloat then on matters! re. I Ilecfirer-Jhn 1-'. Rollins "almville.. Pulp, Orange Oninty.niiirrintrnrlenl: ( S. fJritmh, Manatee.Mriir r ,
latins to marine i HArer.1t (!oRf hAr; Ti-nnixo.-Jloil two Mihuol Alexander, Tilt
architecture.! Such' knowledge !. 'l'/n'f.Y'.OcII1rlll-L. H. Ball, Tallaho.t ('(>. \ of *- Will. C. Max-nun: I'inc Lcel.Aufwf .
) don't !Mlek In 'her brain The rptrlrtnofmwettsllk ; scald In it seven' la- Ball UkeVlew. ,
captain Llc.1foI. of II/"TRI f'ot'RT. : (11.1'8-\\ ,,,. P. I'arri-.h, purcilhrlor .
who attempted teaching naulfrali to | corn rnrnl. Whin a little el.\Y fol'STY.

party of Indies on n yacht, not long xlncc n, cool, add unit, three pgg* and half a frwnp .TIU1Jr.-TItlfllaif Settle, Jarkwnville. County Jitdtif Wtn. Peeler, Green Cove ri II. Marion I O.
t/'irx/a- lletenut
fared as follows : sugar' or ayrtiv, season with lIutln(' Bake H. ')lIriH'C.', Jiickwmtille. "f ,

Irfidy No. I/ Now, captain what I It n in a ntotierttec.veu' c\ en aver three botif4CAI.IroaytA tVrk1'hbp'allcr! Jacksonville./ Springs.Clrrk' -O. A. Hiiddingtnn( Jreen (>,veSjiringt. Pine Siijirrtiitcii'hnt Ix-vel. "f rI"III-I'ctlx .1. :Seward.

loop? IMTBI. M. Ill-.VKX. .
1'unrIxas.Chop: nnd
CaptainS! sloop has. hut 0119 matt. to a paste quarter of a "pound of t'unrlkrlorange ,pound fMMor))('1",1" i'ttnJaeks'nville.; I i ....!.hrrijjJatnrsV. JJ \\'III. Gtctn Co\e Pine! Ixivel. MIHI05 COl'XTY.

I/ady (pointing to IIdIOOn.r-h that peel) ; put it Into in which/ c"rr'rni" OF ('r! ToMs. Springs.AmtHir. .l. M. Mclntosh, cats
n sloop? have melted l 7iU.II-WIII. Kingshy.Cotlrrtnr f'miiit'Jiii1ijf-
you of Conwny.
uptnln.--No. three-quarters of p-nind" John 1Ilowell, ""erJInJlI1 1w. ("),'rk'--". \\'. Fong, Orala.
of '
( A110101' tint hut one matt butter! and the name ofnugiir i"tir all IMward I of Ilerr'nrre-1Vnl. S. Pllinillicr,
; Hopkins, Jacksonville! I II.) l' .T,0eal.i.
w-booncr: 'Jilt.I wo. HI 'OIlI'C. Now rcmem together, and then add the of ( Ma r .nill.
yolks twelveeggs ,
1- .
her, .dp one, pelRnnier( two. ; put Into a buttered dish and bake.Cuow' J. M. Prose Jlon-e.( ('l'fllr St.| Angu-tine.. 'j'prri"/fl.r"t of ..r1CJ'I-J. F. Gefgl'r, A/1.rrxa'r f 7-m*-Thomat Banco, Cotton "'-
Lad.vlow' ( ,many tea"LM hat a !ship' ? Middlehnrg. 1'iPmt '
Cnptaf ..-Thr'c. SI:)lC1'-I"il"! deep pudding, fin or "III.I'1 (tIiNTY.hnnlg.ladgeS' Ci>lt'frt<>r of le'raate1' I 're'lerlk N. Foy.

LadyIfnw mnts did dish/ with apples cut in .tlices xu ,ar OHiccis.KXIlTfVK Ot'ala.
many n .
you ay Ivt'sJr.LukcCity.ClcrkJohn
( M. '
and cinnamon Seh'Nle-Ii. ( Martin.I'nrt .
1o-ip had 7 or h-mon/ to sweeten and 811111I11,1'I
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JiKP: \UTMK\T. Jr., LokI (City.Sliriff
Captain.--One. Sloop! one nm!+f, schooner flavor to taste, und n little water ; cover with( ft'iHruHr 3. \\'. : Like ('iI,'. .MiCiiy.r
a thick crust made Oil above ; hake until -tlwtrjt? Drew) Tallah.Twce. Terry. : MOMloK IbL NT Y.tiaalg .
twomlllp, three ap ]'( ;>! '
ples arc lender ftcnuhot with < pro Um. of 'ku'fr.--W( D B.rrnis: /
Lady ( to thnt ; bard wnicv.1 .Jiiil''Chas. J. Baron Key West
Witting a Pfonp.-IM Lake
1'IIIIIIII'r \ with Tn I 11.1HI/ ''( e.lrrrrturl Collector of Tun- Thos. W. Gttzen, :
,,( ? or : cream: Hurl sugar ; he Hun to rot air ,. ('ll'I'l..JollIIit..rl'r.:: Key West.Sluriff" .
Oaptnill.-No Ih.'it's holes in the crust to lit the strum e.-c.ijM'} of SII11H.. ILinkln! 'ralla'wnptrdlrr'olutnlu)4 City !L'iehur'1'iirry: ( Key We>t.
; n rioop, 1111:4": '(" '. .c 111 grriulrudent, '.,'kltlJI-.J olti; 1',tl:>!c 1:1l11cr, '
tAtd-Oll. yen!' I remember. (Pointing To I: FF.I' TOMATOIJH \\'nu-I-'III: a l-ir/t-; ( ) Irow1'trllahrissee.! Lake! City Awrmor of ?i.res-Walter ( Malonev. Jr.
tn n "''iI".) 'Isn't, that n pretty schooner stone with KeyVcst.: .
) jir; ripe t'.uut'c. -, then ad'l. fmu: 'rr""mrrr-\\'lIlhr: Owynn, Talluha-1 e. nrv\i c-ot>t\ .
( II't.I1I11.-Thaf1) not a nHiooncr that's, whole cloves I \,'' 'ii : aMilp. 11I1\111 little UK ,Ittrr Rui., < ;
:upir; ; cover '/m Ir1'lriI-OClJrgc r, 'y, TIll lit11.1" /ianhl.Indge-\Villiattt A., J.ickftonvillc. -
Dn't) you CP It hat tllr.-(' masts ? well with irt-half <-
\IIV-O, yes, f Nn'tlhata big whooncr water : "dare t p'.ece: of lIar,ael(o\vr Iln! jar r nf Lnn
lying at tlie \wharf, there7CaptainNchn4ncr7 well down in tl,,; vi--vir! ; then tie down 'I'n114harsee./ ''I'ojPrlah\ \\ )Tiowden] Jaekonille.: 1.IJI.w.r'I1i.rrJllIalllc.1 / t .
: Noiv, how iiitiny with pa per. III 'this uuy torn itnc el1lbe\ 'l'rl'rrArlra'cal! f: 1'ultl'c b'l'lIf'bm1'. A T. Sumith..fack-" \xt\C c't' TV.brnhlin'gcIliulun
inntft!' has that u'""cl! ? kept II year "bo-ild nildesv.1lrrt, : !! on the ilni' Ivy'fnllahn4si. 'l!. fonville.Colkrtor. ( 'J. Baker, Fernan-

Ln'ly.-'t'hree I llantul it will not. hurl them in flU'( !Im'nsf.'EA1.wi'rtiToltwto t. ,1'fj"t4'Ul'urrI--J., J. Blckl-on: Tallaof of 1'III/f.-IJC'IIr\ .\. L'Ellglc: dint I :.
< J':1ciy-A: : uliwij,*. breast\ : "r111 4.\ :r-r.: -Ta'ko a l-11.K'e of 'It"ill/l/r LniH: nid'M- Dr. Seth ...", /"I.d of ftrhnoh-Albeit J. r Unsfll ,( I Peter ('4 tIll', Fernandina.A'tiMowf : .
Captain.: -Sloop I Sloon ha. one matt, 1 1 cut It Inpkccsaiiinchyquarc.! I 1''rcnr,, h, Notivillo. Jtrk4.hi'.IIhi'. : Turn" -Win. II. Garland Fcrnandina. -
fell > whooncr ,hlii toss !them In: a Hiincepan with ome olive
you'' ; two, (tllrl'('. .. .
lady i"r>Tt ;\nIII'Ir 'l//IIIt.-\\'innI I I." :Scutt.: 1crnandina. )

are ; n wbootier always'' hat: one matt.Lidv lotiuely/ minced, tomo: Fiinih" tom.ilocauci1 : ChilJ Ja.1 --.E..: :.r. lknnd.tll.hmm'ksi ii\ idle! CnniitiJiitlife-Henry .J. :Stewart: Ja:
(chatty aitd .quite oblivious of stu pcpjier 'imd salt to taste: :- imd 1''lIteI"hll.t'll ..lxxmiafr.hevlit't'-J.f ':'>tcoU, j 1'., T.ill.ihasMI Clril'-Robert: ; S, :Stewart: J.i"per.Sheriff :tfiilHiiiifiti'Ii'iit.Vi'"<',.<-\\...A. lalmncj'.
1'1IIty.Vh,, ) : t Itahrlx; ? parsley: ; let the whole- simmer jren- ;. ( James M. Duncan, Jasjier.Afufiwor : } Ctdlahan.
Captain.-.\ brig hat two ina-lt: !' and I Isllki' tly by the, firelrtklui pun .Ixxrp'iulcJu'/ .+lkc--h.\: I). \Valkinl.nrg, / 1i.r"if-.J.]. T. (Cooper, Ancruni.Collator \ OH\.Nr.l <'0NTY..
a chip,. with f<'t"llre11111". occasionally, for IlhlItlllllf an haul'. Jilt, k.sollillc. of Irl'"III'-.J. P. I B. (Joodbread I,
([ 'rk-C. I I. Foster Count'/ .fuiltjr-ll.: L. Suniinerlin, Orlando
( Tallahassee.f .
LIdyrNu.2r-JuneJunkmit1IiI, ): Bcnton. Columbia County.
sloop com CMM Ciiowt' >-t-Onc-narter] {pound of ) i'fr'rk'"J. 1'. Iluphey.: Orhuulo.
ing along fat/ pork, one! 'quart III'wJ.ltn. onions, two 'I'/KM'IT Jl "IX.M.1'Irtl "lx'rirrnfrrntnfS'eh'nla-Jashua H. Roberts : ."basil'Tli4nuat4V.: Hiine, Fort 1'cid.Atnr : .

(:a/,train.-'I'httt's a whooiicr ; don't you quarts of )potatoes, two "I'llb''olth of poor; (,';trull-AuguMiis: J:!. Maxwell Pen- Ancruni. / of TV'j'fx-John C. Bry.Min, IIaklnsville. \\ ,
tec t tins t\\'IIIIII",1 lu"Ul1c.llla"I/lc1"ol\l'r! Icy, olll'hnll' large lomatoefi, fifty acol.i.. III.KMMM: (',,l'tTY. .

two uinvti.' ship three ma K clams/; : rut the 1"1'I" in email jiie( 1'1\ and fry ; Hirinnl'Irrur- liv'ul: \%'alker'I'allalutssec. CtniiitiJitil'i'-\\'. L. Fiierson, Brooksillc. ( i1betorrJ'Rrrru'r-Nat. I'nyutzOrlaudn.>

J/aIJ'-BIII. that xchooncr! over (there has chop the onion fine nnd fry ; boil I the! pont- \ ....Xiiiirriiitciuli'iit rfardorJultt: T. Becks- ,
three 1111I"1) ,,. tocs ; chop. th, clams moderately: fine. ; put Third Cirniit-r.:. J. Vann, Madlon.1'oniHi ( lik-3.C. law / Fort ltci.1.:
('Cl1(1tlll'l'I( I. that. It n thicc-maslcd: ellthehigrerlienIshgetlmernnd' \ let!, trimmergently Circuit-:.-II.: 11. .\rrhil'ald' ', Jai'ksonville. ;(tf-.1.I n. Mhkler I Brooksvillc.Amrwr TAYI.OU l'Ot TY.

nehooiier.LadyThcu: until the t"lIInlo'II'. (! ookVd. The I I ,f Turin; "'. ;M. Oa I'TI'IIII. Brooksville. finudq.Tndye--11.] N. 'ox, Terry.Mm .
it wliooner can: have any above quantity: makes one gallon of chow /"'//?/( Circuit--Jjtuet! B. "."...klll:+!, (lainiMvillc. ; -
'iff( Tliomat (Meeii, Perry.
number toMtM7Cnptulu.No. der. Collet.Inr of I.I'l'I" M. Townsend I.II I. 'I'rk-.Johll M. I'anlker ferry.aprrirdrudeul .
; Sloop one, wliooner two .s/r/// Ci"'l/it-ll. L. Mitdiell I /
/ Tampa./ rookll\'i II,'. .
'aonietlmes throe musts, 'whip three niattt.I CAlHmo\viHAiOuATiN.--Tarboiltheeanl-! Mti'titli CiJ'rlltA rei 1"1'! ''oeke, Sanord: "Snjicriiiteiideiit, SI'IIIIII-Hr. S. Stringer, $ / (if,11)1.'-E. Vann, 1'erry
i 1.\lIV.-1'11I: cure I can't make it out. H'" ItIu\ser ; in a nte\sjan' put an ounce of /fresh Brooktville." I County T"I'II.'III''f-lJ. S. Sutton, Perry.Con .

} I\\vl'lIl'I'Il1.zllllg. What it!' a hark ? butter and one ounce'of! slttcd Hour t ; when ('ourl ('ulen/lnr. a!i/ S"r"I"r-H., l N. Cox, Terry.
Captain ((11I1II"llIIIIV longer to popularize ) the butter melt stir it in a pint of cold. water III i.1:nnC4,1'aut; ('UI'\T\ (Collator of 1:1''cllIl-.J,11II C. Culhoun,

) nautical, wlenee, falls(!: hack on technical or 'the name quainty 1'1I141111i1k ; boil, '' 1'1'J'1/I- Till RI' IIKU'IT.jifiiut County .//IIIac-H. L. (Crane 'I'll III pa., Terry.Axirsnofuf.
uxprt'sMlonVcsrel! ) with two111I,1" uhlp- stirring all tho time, until it i III thick ; add a L'd In UI"I'kV... Brown 'I'll lit pa. Tium-Wm. II. Parker, Terry.
Taylor .
rlgl-tt'lll1ul one mast sloop-rlgged' I. squarewillson little milt and pepper/ ? take t the nance 011'1 the [ ,'!d Monday Monday( in April.Madison April. ""''"I'fW'-H. Isaac Craft, Tampa.AMmitof / KT. JOHN'S: foi'XTY.Cuuntif .

'lureaud mtdn-ruastand!' 'ioreand, aft wills fire and add In it three ounces of grated Hamilton -4th ; in / of Tares-I,. (i. Leslie, Tampa.Collator jHilye-M. I R.: Cooper. :St.: Angustine. -
on the'ly.Mizzen\. I ,1'armcHim cheene; dry t the\ cauliflower i!I perfectly :Sn: Monday April./ of! JcicHiie-\\'. I,'. Hurts, Tanq p>a.Vlllioi'.l t ,

I What's a ini//cn: ? I in n towel, removing otitidcxtcm! and 111 April.wan nee' 1st Monday; after lib ;Monday[ ...,'r' .."i'fmlx. .... ..i.../ "J tif ..U..9..-".......-/j......0--.If.. .I... f-1'Pf I t.If* Clerk-B.irtolo; P. Olivcro: :St.; .\IIgm
Captain I/ast, matt alt, nuuluul.t leaves ; place'it in IIIIlkiu,1i/ 11 ; 'pour the Columbia, 2d Monday: after 41ho"lay; Tampa. SIrri.JJ'-A. N. Tacctti. St. Augustine.Awen ; .
t J/lly-\ft.: I r ,What's' the. all ? nance over it, sprinkling OUT it one more In April.Ialiivctlo.. JBFFKKSON. rof 7i.r/I-JL\'i.l) L. ])unlmanl. St.

Captain.-The. stern, madam.Liidy. ounce of prated Tarmcan clitite ; hake :'id Monday: after JIll, ;\lIIldar in ('nalllhnlye-1.V'. Whitncr: [olll t'cllo. .\[igtiitlimettrdlec6aref i .

.-O'I'm sure I anti maku it nut gently until ft browns htlr. .A.,.>..nll... ,1/.e /(-W. %. Bailey, Matttlcello.CIeriI' [ Jt''cI/II-Jos'ph/ F. Llambiat:, ,
How many: masts hut a 1111I11.u'-tvnr? --- l.ili'rll/- II. I
Captain.-Three. lJ I I-ll..a J'ICUIT; Taylor, :2d ;Mondav'in October. ; 8d/llIlI.-J.. B. Christie: !I S"I'I'1'IIt'lId'II of &h
J.allv'ell,wlm'' H the dllTerelH'o Ilclwl'cn Wo wish to tell how we keep for Madison, .Id Momlay[ in October Monticcllo.( t cetti i, St. Augustine.Sl'MTI.K.

n mnn-o'-war and n smack ? n long time alter they have (gone oranges out of Hamilton, itli Monday in October.Siiwannee County 1i'clllmra-\'. AV.. Simmons, : l'ot'XTOJlluty.udJeJIcllry \". .
Captain and U silent ;\1011 tI"I'lIo.
groans ,111 1st Monday utterit h Monday
t ll. Perhaps a few who have
,people ( nothentofoVe Cassidy! J.c'shnrg.
No 2. where the lubDCi Collector Palmer Mon
Lady Captluu arc succeeded In them in October. of Jc'l'I'IIIIe-.JO-ll'ph: ,
keeping Clerk Thomas J. .
any : Ivey Leesshurg.MieriffrJ.
>7. cflneidcrablelength, of time may try our plan Columbia, 2d Monday after Ith Monday: ticello.Anterior. S. DycJies, Lceshurg.:> ,. h.txxrssor
Captain( (wishes ho could tell.)-V\t\ there and have hand October, of Tu.cit-J. P. Oranlllalll.ontl.; y
( MO Home on after the neighbors A of Tares-Joseph: Hutchinson,
on that ship's masts near the tops." IAlfu'l'Ill',3c1011I1(1): Ith Monday in cells,
arc out ; in other words: have a Kiipply Ix.'cshurg.Collector.
lady (looking attentively at I tho\ schooner October MP\YKTTK COUNTY.
out of season, Speaking! of having/ them
: Rt'I'Clllle-Jollll.
,)-Near the top of the nnistt of that sloop ? after the bearing neuron!' is over reminds UN .""U liT I[ UlltTlT.fljiriiiir Count Jiidi/e-\\'. J. Dixon, New Troy.Sheriff Lecshurg.NHjirrinteiulent.

Oat>taln.-No, not Further down, Where of a funny Haying: of an old darkey who miwus ; Ti"rin- =J. J. Johnson, New Trov. of SdllJo1.H.. H, Duncan
tho futtuck shrouds' arc'l'u"h.'I\11. No no, laboring under the weight of a large basket St. 'John'tt. Tuesday: in Miinh.Clay : ('IcI'k-JII\\'III1I1Wklllol( : New Troy.Siterintcndcnt Lake irillin
not that vessel. A nehooner hat no luhlem, of hlackheiricN, and out, "See Tuesday III March.Bradford. : of School. *-J. C. Ramsey: : New
(mentally) except' thin one, and they're* on here, Mister I what for you gwine to do with 1st 'Tuesday In April 'Troy.County. HUWANXEE COUNTY.County .
duck all dens blackberries( "Put them in Baker, L'd Tuesday in April. TI'I'IIIIIIrl'f-J. J. Painter, New Troy. Jiulij-:!-Michael( A. Clouts, Live
Lady (whoto Interest In tho locality of lub- Home manner-cow them I oxed'UI4/ up the :\U":4I1I311: Tuesday in April.Duval Collector of Jr'cllllr-Xcwto" Sapp, New Oak.

here Buddcnly' ceases.)-Isn't that a pretty reply "l'lIt 'Nil'e onus eats 'em M TI\'sclay'ln May, Troy.Anfeimor. Cleik-Robert A. Iteid: Live Oak.II'rijJJohn .

shin Hailing along/ ? up in do season! and when dcy's done wo's Fall 1'1'11I- ': of Tares\\'. "'. Cottrell New ::;/ It. Sessions! : Live Oak

Captain.-Ship 1 That's an old tub of a done, too I' This is really the way also St. John's Tuesday in September. Troy, AWMnr of 1'urcsH.. SessionsVtl: J
nehooner urn' ntn Bchoonertwo mattw, ship that many white people do} -use them in Clay Ith Tuesday in j September: LEON" 'OCiT\ horn. '

three. sloop one, I tell you. tho Hca.son, and when hush or tree, oriiio Bra'dford Tuesday III October l'!oahl.ludge-II. C. Uh''pcy, Tallahassce.ijf Collector of Ret''III1C-U"llcrt F. Allison.
Lady.-Can a sloop have two masts? Baker, Tuesday in October. Live Oak'oi"I'rilllrldt, '
Mtop fruting, they have( none laid by in toro! ijf=.\.'Moseley, Tallahassee.
Cttptaln.-Hloop one mast. against the time of scarcity. Nassauirl'Caetay: in October Clerk-O. A. Bryan, Tall aliassou.tfujH'riiitfmtfut / of &ho(h-J. O. C. Jones,
Judy No. 2.-How many mists!! hn'I u sltlp. I I. Wo believe oranges, J for long keeping Duval, 3d Tuesday' (In November.rimi of Schools-IIenryN.I'elkcl, Live Oak. '

captain ? should", be on a dry day !handled l [ cntiriT. Tallahassee.Treasurer VOLUm COL'NTY.Cotinty .
.Cal'tnln-Hhlp/ ) three iiiattM, tahoorlertwo, carefully, so they will/ not bo bruised, then Spring TermSumter -J. Demilly, Tallahassee .Tlldve-Frt'C1.} I. LaTenotierc, En:
sloop one.Iauly..iv. Immerso each orange Iii a solution of a little Monday:! I : in Marih ('ullerla,' 'I /'I'flllle-G. C. Pearce, Tallahassee. terprise.Clerk,
'',. I know' l Schooner! one, no, uum; Arabic in water The white of an egg )Marion :3d :\Mondav March. -John W. Dickins, Enterprise.SheriffV. .

I two, Inastt, sloop two, no, three ship one,- k much preferred obtainable Thus they .\hH'h 11\, 1st Momlay: alter -4th Monday: inMarch. Ai,f /ur 'l1il.l'-n. A. Shine, Tallaha A. ('Olll'. Enterprise.AMemuir .

'J'ht'rcUrapMr.I become.covered with u thin alr-tiuht case see, of Taut-Benjamin Richardson: ,
II.IQIssi' STOCK. which! assists the kin in exeludittgnthe air, Levy, :3d Monday alter ..JthIOllllllv. in LEVY: COI'NTY. Enterprise:

KUWll and in- a measure checking evaporation and March OIllIlIl.Tw/I/I'-"'. II. Sehrinjj, IIflIlI OIl; Collector f>f Re"'IUle-Johll 11. Jordan De-
Tim: Sl'wOrl'nl1s1'ic"I"" announces 'that decomposition.!! As noon as the gum' Arabic Putnam, hot 1'l1l'I"c1I1)"lIft'r 1st Monday in Clerk-J. )L ll.irco llnmsdii Land.tiujter. ,

the t an Ohio paper' mill by, Messrs.! )Foos: fe liar. hem on shelve or soma l,lace where t theyare full TermSumter- .tllllrslI..r 01 -J. M.: WillU lironson.Culttftor ller, Entei prise.

lieU, of fcjt..Alarys, made 1)00) jKninds of paper to remain, being careful that one should, Ith ;Monday in October.Marion I of /:1"'I./lIIr-John C. Mirew! WAKfLLV COUNTY.
( stock, which sold at MX' ('cntllpcr 'pound. AH not touch another/ nor must they be : 1st Monday after Ith Monday. I llron-on. .
OJllIIII.h"vc-: Duval
tho freight estimated at seven, dollara per allowed to freeze lIl' lie exposed to a hot Min. October.Alachua.. i .....1I1't'ri"rmlrlll of Fthooh-Jos. Shand-:: fUtrriH.: JI. Walker Crawfurdville.
will thus bo that for Lmu' i JSont.XOTA 3d Monday after Ith ;MondayjnOctober. Crawfordville.
ton. it seen allowing -Ulf. inn Sny',,". Clerk-Nat. Wallter
of each ton of net I'rawford('.
.4 cost halting hagassosill :t.U'I"hS fOVNTY.
upwards of$10 to tho shipper. Tho I'iraitniieexpresses (JOSSll" Levy 1st ;Monday after 4thlollclI; inNoMmher. tfujieriiilemleiit of SdllHllJf-John L. Craw-
('uaalgJtelge-R. M. Wither poon, Madison. furl CrawfonUillf.County .
1 surprise that, in view of this ti'l.t.n Scandal: would. ho rare everybody were .
/ 7'rflllllrer'f
Putnam :2d! 'flh's.Iufl'r Il'ot t Crawfordville.
paper mill has not hCl'lIull'l'1I41)'l'\hlhlljiOhl'tl; ike the Mohomctaii otllcial to whom 31 Ir.'o'al'l 3L4udaylu1)eccnibcr ."i/u'riff-T. Willard./ Madison .

in t Louisiana to work up tho bagasse. A paper tho l Eastern: ('x/llon'r. write t for Clerk John ;M. lteggs. Madison Collector of Jtei en ue-\\'. H. Walker, Craw
mill/ was, established! In New Orleans! u / CEVKNTII: C11UT1T.fyriHf
I some statistics/ of thedt) he lived SIII'rillltlIIell, of FclurdsS. Tyner fordville.Ann .
few ago, to work up( rags and the ordinary olHclal'H follows ) ) mVoiu y
years The
: Iy
reply ran as Maihson.Cuiiiity. -*!* Tuei-Ceo.. F.
1 / 1st in Register Crawforrlw'ille. -
"ia. Monday May.Brcvard ,
materials but did Biieeecd well
llustrious Friend and Joy of My Liver : The Tretrsnrer-tie S. Smith MadNon.rp : .
M Monday :
I on account of lack of pure water To secure thlllg your ask of me! is both ditncult and : :May. ---- - -. -- .- --. _.. .
;Mondav: in -- -- -
that mill should bo locah'cll"'nrllllr Spanish Orange, -
,a uselcs'm. Although I have parsed all
Lake above New Iberia the natural outlet counted my :Jd! Monday: in June a: ,
U days in this> place, 1 have neither '
of which have falls sulticlent to the /./// TermVolusia.- -c\\\
run \
r, the houses nor have 1 inquired the number -
1st Monday in November.hrevutrl \
ntavWueryu hopo the attention of capitalists (if inhabitants ; and, at to what one personoads COLU C
will IK drawn to this matter,* for it on his mules: and tho other .stows :id! Monday November.

will save many millions.of dollars! annually way in (lie bottom of his ship, this is no Orange/ 3d ;Monday in December.Noveml.'r, ::2
Dade :3d Monday In
j' to our sugar planters, business mine. But above id Ij as to the ,

A coniHiiy| of New Orleans gentlemen u irevious history of this1 city, Heaven only -OfIlr.'rN.A !'Ic:2
year or more ago organized to secure tho Introduction : knows the amount of dirt and confusion County ,

among, planters, of u machine to that the Intldels may lava eaten before tho L.VCll C A COUNTY.Cwtnty .... tLIA -<

manipulate tho In'KI'-'lKo and prepare It for coiling of the sword of Islam. It was un Judge Junins C, Gardner, (laineavine. .

ll11l \'r stock They did not meet with proper irolltable for us to (Inquire into it. 0 my ; VCURE w s THE eat

, encouragement, but sent some bagasse North soul' I 11 I 0 my Iambi I seek; not after tho things Ci'frk-3. A. Carlisle, Gainesville g: (G LUNG PAD P Y '
and had [It made into paperVe| have a whlcirconcern thee not. Thou l'OIIIt.'tot unto Sheriff( John \\'. Turner Gainesville.Asenor .

I maniple of it now in our 11l4t.I. lon, which unto us, und we welcome tht'Go in of Tajret-J. )[. Dell, Gainesville.Mlectoroflleveiiue :s C FOy sot: Msag' P
fchows conclusively that n tine quality of I eace." ; -il. P..Thomas' Gaines
and book can be made from it. CURES
news paper ville.Sujterintendent. BY ABSORITION
( If it cannot be utilized in a better shape( InULMIANA Bt'uUI I NTItK DmI.-\ accounts of 8chl* -<}. A, Myers, von IItCK .CUE (NATUKE'H WAY)
l planters should secure the ordinary hay bus far received agree in sustaining the ex- Gainesville. diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder LII\i
I L presses and bale it for market. Let there be lectation of a very l large production of sugar BIKKH (COUNTY and Urinary Organs, by Hearing theIMI'IIOVED iliITJXA DISI.ISEN,

no more waste of lIuch'alullhlo material us in uiana! this year. From the cmxutthe R. IIerndonSaudersion. EXCELSIOR TIIIIOAT isiAsrs,
t'JIIltyJlltl"JIH) * the afourche and tho Attakaas -
our bagasse, Itreuihing Trouble
Clf"rk'J, Pont Saiulerson.Meri )
> districts we have but one report, Everyvherc -
ON the other vide of Jordan. U the town of the yield U results v.thCII'r., the weather Ae'/*>r J of, Williams Tiuei-]':. JJ, Sanderson, Rogerson;, SanIWeetof .7JnXEY PAD. It DRIVES INTO the system curative
favorable and the lIIo..t eiu-ouragiug. agents amid
be the ancient lUmothGilcad healing medicines.
Halt ascertained to deroan It is a MARVEL of HEALING and REI.IEH
111 such Terr*.bonne, St I. It DRAWS
/ containing Imputation <:f about tioino quarters 7'fif/iiM Richard SIMl'LE. SENSIBLE: FROM the diseased the
'ntlC't1r parts
of )- In IEC'F.
Mary and Iberville\ wo hear of such yields Joi.uns that
nominal Christians and Mohammedans. cause death, f
:,!,lIOO to :2.SOO, even :2,700) jvninds .,f sugar 1)arbyv'flle..Vulerilrtutden It CURES Thousands
tTlicrouro upward of lHX vineyards w the (r ,&lIl1ol-: \\ O. Hampton.Olustee. where! all else fails: A REVELATION: ; and testify to its virtues.YOV .
while in showingsexceptionullv
and alsn large fields of to the acre, every case
the corn REVOLUTION in
in Meilieine. CAN
I vlclnltYt outlookinprecedentcdW Absorption in RELIEVED
1 favorable und the !) CURED.
land. i ntular fact that these |11l''Jllo! but IIIHI'FORJJ lybUNTY.tbunty or direct medication OPIMJMH to unsathuUetory

L know nothing of intoxicating drinks, and freeze within tittering thin next Nothing few days folowetl 8h"rt. Jmlje J. II. Richard, Providemv. ( internal medicines. Send for our sc.l'ECrt'IVm't. dtnalr until I1nn have tried this wiv-

make their gru|'** Into rui.liis, honey and a by warm and rainy weather, can prevent Cln'tHt'IIrYurt;. Lake, Butler. treatise on Kidney troubles sent free. Sold .
1 kind of nweetmeat. called inillnin. us from maktiur a very large) and remunerative $//jtriff-W.( 1'umb1iut Starke. by dni-Aflsts/nr sent by mail on receipt of Sold by Irugghts Ieneedy.
crop. That I is a combination of .tUtUUI' ;( T A fast youth kedjat a San Francisco resUurantt Butler.lUMvr. THE "OM.Y" LI-NO price, Two lOLLtHS, hw
misfortune not likely to occur at this PAD Co.,
"What the han reply you jr t.\lmot elltuortevervlhingWas eventlAngl > and hence we feel warranted congrat; nf Rt'I't'lu-\lfn..1 U,Comic, tike Williams Block.\ Tull"OxLT" LU.NQ 1'ar'u.,

dating our planters amt merchanti ul'ontht' Uutler.Supt'l'lIlcudct,, Mich. William lilr'ek.
\ Well, give ma 1& t..j? IIf Ihst'elll'.lLhe \'.TV brilliant pnuuise! now before them. nf School*-(\ E. Harrison, &, This is the original and genuine Kid : j'.Send lktr st, Mich,
of I r' fur ,
( i testtumr
Crt6inly. One plato 1'1' +tt's! a" book
Oew Origin) l moerttt Starke. 1\r3 : for It and take no other. G -Thrw Millions (mr )
wafter.'t a Y-ar eii' tope








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Ural .:"..Iu'". JUCl; tVLTUKI that. you limy taste for yon 1>.1 r. I make /

1aS1. -- ---_. t three grades of; sugar' whfch I dcsignntc by
:1880.. '. IKlWTU OIIOW THK NEW IIT.\I').):. the figures Nos. t. :nnd 3 ; but ns I have
10 It SAIiiA ; made. b\ only the Nos. 2 and 3 on hand, the two best,
At the special: request recently
I 1 send them. Merchantshac( will only t
triciufa the writer
of farmer ,
!sonic our
noul\I''Ill1\\ to cofl'ce A nnd C.My ,
ar equal
again give some )hlllto111"11\ upon persona f
\ 1 should would ';
II ,
sugar say
4I observation ami practical\ experience \I )!\
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likllown if not compare with :New\ Orleans ordU
the best t11clhndofrultivutitig'hilt :

THE J I: n.sIU.un.": IIOTIIMSituated : I. as white or upland lice. tll'l."t. nary I(dripped"sugar.1110111'\1 believe that by ileattsof 1 1If I
Thi:4'er'al is rapidly superseding *
: :
more machinery: I could refine amid make
and southeaster
in the southern !
r --------++ ton crop
I .i' portions' of the Mate, and\ has Wen demon all\ grades of white !sugars from sorghum, for
is sugar, come whence it may Hut,
than tin sugar
t rated t to ho far more 'profitable
the Uailroad since there exists telation between
directly on no me t
lleecy\ staple.\ On high land it requires} nmore <
null .VandcrbilK' to knowledge rout
attention I I I than cornnnd eitensMiri1>itf. my \ 'f
t superabundance: of ready, 'II1h being luck
I will yield. twice a- 1IIIIdlll'rll\'(', i und sellii\
IN OXK or Tin:: ( I
ing. I guess! : that I shall: not erect refinery
the rough or impounded I IIth' foII\ t () per .
+ this After thanking for the willing
I : year. you
in market
FLORIDA MIRROR HKALTHIKST I: ::: TAHTS: OP I'LOIMDA.For One more of the easiest t and most remunerative ; hand the .1mrriYn; has! lent to this great
Aftcibroadcasting industry: I will conclude. by stating that 1 :
methods of (cultivation: follows :
commercialfertilizers have done what I told your many renterslast i,
with cotton seed,
particulars\ address::I winter do-andthatisextraetcd!
or farm-yard manure: in Oetoheior \
1'IdRI1)AIifIOR, :November\ Ie' practicable, thorough! sugar!: good sugar, from early number and tnprlt' j

Fern.mdina! Kla. bre.ik up, and, if convonitut: (, :.."r.\\ i n.u! : .. oning" 'MOM'S! iit pnyl"g quantities, t
53-tf an.i'will rontlnuo to do so just so long J
surface of the sail and sow in nut-primf milt, I'
---- ----- 1 amber and in
--- -- Care /should be taken, however, that the as can nit orange syrups
: I'I.OIHU.\ good condition, made per my directions!' in
Tin IIIIH1"" made: in plowing !-hould nut bt'
the Amrritan; last winter. To the skeptical)

more I Ilmtt0'1'teft will\ apart.oft" not tin I extend It kind invitation to visit my small ,
The oats shading
AN1)( IMMIflUATIONorruiis L'OI1'\'Y : grow convince them :
\\111'1.1'1111111' I will
--S.TE'.A.lY.l.--- L earth MVcctnally keep down\ the weeds: anti !olt'lIlIMIVIIr
-- in early spring Not waiting\ to. liar.vest that seeing, at least, is: believing. Any one
gnns / 1
: :I the I.l\t commencing about the wishing to see a "sample) of my sorghum
crop do free ot charge, by sending n
with anordin' sugar, can so,
111I10t'prH 1 iry l''ool..rl'low, jIhrl"I'I'lIt
UOO.OOO'a'(' open the land," or water furrow, und her( l 1 stamp\ to pay }lol'lng-J-.1" H,
Ainrrieiin.SMOKI ; ,
JOMS" in Xiithriltt:
with the narrowest: t half-showl to be

tI Of t the most: run once on caihsido: of the opufurrow ; .IS.I ntinxTiri orrif
filling ItII', making thereof slight OUT;

JLI .1CCIS&I14d1..1NO:::::I : 1 )DlMlIAlU.l'J) I : ridge, not o\eru foot in width. t i
LI :Now the ground is: ready I liiLimitingnnd) \ Mr.I A. T.III1 '' Analietin' tccentlysent (

L\M",. IN TIM: the. seed, at the rate of one hll,111t'I'I \ acre, letters: of inquiry\ to prominent( vinoyardistsof !!' '
I ( should\ In; dropped' in hills: eighteen! inches: Napa county, in which he asks! : J J1stiii
:STATF.; : OF FLOIMDA: asunder, about thirty grains to the hill, ant l the vinevardisti of your neighborhood ;
lightly I eocrcdith\ the foot, or an ordinary\ use smoke as n }preventive of

( 1 At only $t. ,11'I'r acre to new !settlers, with hili 11'1 I. frost ?
r I It will germinate in seven or eight flay!+, :yd: Has it proved successful! ?
J the privilege of /selection! in parcels' of .10 and, protected I by, t the standing grain:; fa.t.11I :!-What do they use to make heavy

,. acres or more. ThiVe lands are 1.n."tc'.lon: birds and grass.., eontinne: to thrive until tin' /smoke? ,
)J and adjacent to the line of the oats are taken oil in the latter part of :,fay Ith-What distanccdo\ they put the smoking j

P'q q I or tint ,June.J places or fires!: \
o P'' 1 1III'h ATLANTIC: UTLF I AND WKST:: INDIA; The after ('IIItIVlllioll"OIll>ii.t'4 in bieakin t'. King of St.t IIl'll'lIIUI:4WN'tl: : as Ail- t tI.
out the "middles": \\ ithascooterornarroturning \\' lows : ':
0 THANS1T: <.'O.':ti; 1 n.{ K., plow, and leaning the t hills III'ric'c Smoke: prevents. fiosl.! 1 put in jtfnif

UII imu \\heli needful by the passage of a hoe boteen 1I'l/hrllI'lI.pli/lII/I< (pancake 1'1\11)) olin quart
; extctldiugrflnl; FliKNANDIXA: : ) on the Atlantic them. of coal tar: then' lay led wood 1 or pine! Mlekacioss. f ,

? to (11)A1t KKY: : on the Julf coast:; ,, Two additional: ) piowings and one hoeing. Keep a pile of some dry WIMM! elose ,'

TI s- di5 I % Y l thus affording\ to the producer cheap, constant will usually: suture 1 to make the crop. at( han.l: ; also a good-sized pile of preen.
Hy pursuing, the I above course, not infrequently gras.., or rotten straw ami manure. When i
f dl II II III Ilktll __ pr H f mid rapid l transportation to the beslmarkets. t thirty bushels of oats and the sanu! the thctinometcr sinks down at It o'clock in j j'

quantity rough rice may be gathered per the morning to :\ttt< I get up and witch. tin )

r _I The belt of euuntrytruycrstsl, by the Transit acre inside.' of one year. weather. When down to 33: I call themen
11. 11. embracesKVKUY When not sowed in oats, break up and up about1) o'clock, give each (a) I I
turn in all weeds and grass: in the fall (if the null: 'lies ; (l") one pint of coal oil ; (c) a bag

: : V.MJIKTY)\ SOIL land is: lying fallow.or in February orM.ircli full shavings.: Then wo all go( to the
if planted the1011"\ \ year), IlIllll1n'r.'nl'I"rill northwest situ of the Held, distribute! the
harrowing, lay oil' in rowo two and one- men, and in ten minutes have all the fires,
to be found in the :State; a large proportion .
half feet apart, and sow as directed! above,, fifty or sixtv, binning and smoking. You
,/ being:' peculiarly adapted to the culture of alter the spring has, fairly opened.' Afterwards : must: start/ (the fires half an hour before the t

IMi-Tnnric.ti.1"ttt"trs 1111111iiiy Vegetables,, : cultivate with plow and hums: usual. sun rises, for the ,purpose: of preventing the 1

and Tim Isiryf, Coiiijtnct llmHrit of Timbci; When the heads: turn down nod only a few rays of the sun from touching the tro/en I
==BC>C> .A.N"D== grains remain green next to the stalk, is. tin leaves and blooms before the frost by the
lands of CAHKl-'UL I I'.X-
make these .
: \ raised I is melted. Keep smoking
proper time for harvesting.: Never attempt temperature
AMIXATIOX hy manuf.uturers, of LVMUKUANII to use the criulleuuol scythe, as they knock till t the\ thermometer is up to :.W\ !

: :NAVAL Srours.NliW. the rice down and occasion great\ loss.: : The ugain.;
I implement employed in cutting Is the ordinary' As u matter! of course you will know how

: ; SKTTLKHS: : :t hand pickle! to apply' the material mentioned. Thcgrnssgives :
'The) rice should: bo laid after it is: mowed thrown on the cross pieces of wood, d

Purchasing land from this company are furnished for one or two days (accordingas tl o weather the. best smoke. You had better experiment

entire; the Transit may l be) on the stubble' to ,In'. When the' with your men beforehand.I .
: with free"jm ( njf on !straw cured it is ready to Lot 1"11\.1111 forgot' to say that 1 k""I.II'"!lIlc'II' pile or.wootl ;i t
: Railroad, for falllit and personal effectsto !! !
PRINTING HOUSE the station nearest the land purchased.TITLK can of coal oil\1 on hand\ to help the lire and "

COMl'LKTK:, being derived by The ordinary cleaning process' in the absence !stank along.
of machinery consists. threshing the Charles .1, <<'nrlhll'r. editor of the I'ItIIe'It'I
grant from the United States nod purchase! :heavcs, spread out upon u plank Hour or 111"itlll", and) !secretary of (the St. Ilelena'Inicultitrul (

from the State of Florida.COUUKSrONDKNCK. yard covered with impacted clay, with ordinary \ $oeirty,111511 gives, the follow. r
bail sticks.t'hcn by this means theujrain Ing information; all of which wo take from 11

:; ) : : $: OLICITl I). ( has: been separated' from the ,.lra vIt Is till! Anaheim (inutlr:
winnowed from rough scaffold<< ten or 111'- 1 I. 'I'hey.1u use smoke .;j

Descriptive, M \l4 anII'\ltlTI.\ltl4, \ : mailed onapplication. teen feet in height, all the light fragments, 1 2.! It liar proved' successful.
traw and 'false rice, called I "tailing.;' being :'I.t They make it with coal tar (producedit ; ,
Hotel borne away by the least wind. .Hlljl\ lories: ) in f"IIIIwI1"11'111, a pile of 1 '
,> Beech Street, Opposite Egmont CIIAS.:; W. I.KWIS: It is now: rcudytoliemeasured 1Ill'kl'lnwl: irush.thetilmmlnjiHof t the t vines' : ''iuurnver }I \ J

4 hipped' to market, there to be pounded' and hat a fow gallons of tho tar, which is very i, \ 1
I.:ind Commi.ssioner.Ollice : : barreled I up' for exportation heap' \ ; sit tire to it, it of course blazes tin' I
cor. IJeiifh! and Seventh:: Ht...., It has demonstrared \(' .,,', time rightly! ; then throw on the manure, which I
113-t f n\lllll.talll.) ; I that ordinary sunny\ pint land mother tho flames, : nod makes it smoko I
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hat[ will not produce' over seven or eight instc'id. I
Tin: i'i.oKii mshels per' acre of corn, planted .tiilebyside ,I. Tho distance, apart of tho smoking piless I
III the same Held, with corn and while rice about thirty, vards.When' \
will l'lcI'lfl'n' bushels: (he latter. the \v\iml is likely to come from a
riiOWN IM OVIMINT: : COMPANY.Feriiaiiiliiiit The rice sells readily at from :-jl!'I in $!t.l4): (','a.tnlIl1Ilrt'I'llolI, then) I Is no need of having

1(] RNl.NIIN1FI.401tIDj\.;. per|' busliel.! On fair uplands (hat will make I These Mnokes any but the I'imirfart'ire, 'i
T. II bale of cotton\ to two ru-res ,forty bushels ind one lino of smokes will cover u very
of rice is nut coiis'ulere I an extraordinaryjtrodiiction arge territory to the leeward. If you are
to the single! lien1. Ii lit certain vvlddi\ dirution tIll wind willome

'. .. : ': TOUIIH, on 1C. 1C.And 1.ln.-, "'0 shall Im pleased: to a II'in I our farmer: (' from, it would of course bo prudent l to ''S
: '. .. Viends\ any further infornritloit: \' may have piles prepared on dillerint sides.
.. : '', : / <'<'
:::7'.f. <, ivliich t is., hy, I the most I.rufitabl(1rrup (reezinghuttlieslulteulhitteinglilt, which t
.: ...,;. :. AM :" .... :-:-:-- ,: that can he raisud III Middle and I
: .; ; .-JfurtiH Tilfyrii/tk! awl Jh'llIfi'IIJ" I iillo\\cd' i bye cloudy d.iy.'vvhen the mm was
l' from the vines It would bo all right
'- : .t iept ); ;
I to Lessees: and Purchasers a large ."iOHl1l1lT.UilJa.lll .v.iA'/.vr IN1'CLtsKI nit if it strikes directly on thrum it* soon 'us .
:, It rises,ami m until they are thawed
iiundier of the most t liible and desirable 'I'X I 'i."i I I keeps
; Novenrher i 11: Jysi..lllit.lay's" nit, the ,mite-hi< f is done. It {is to keep the

Lots! suitable l for Iu! ,.!lne>s J'urposi-s, or for nail! 1 send, you Mimple., of irghnm sugar: Mill oil' them tho next morning; that the I '

Having added, XIIW TYI'i AX1 XI1W S'KS'.SMKS: :!. to our unite, and 1 having ('ity .'Suburban: Ue-idenct"*, nadi'' from tinUirly 1: Orange; -ane, a newi.vbild. 1 moke is nude to ,produce; and it tit In-ford this end sunri!HIonlyleccssary utterhclr.41.111
5 The unic was planted in May, on

a4_, :SKILL; !i:11:] WOltKMKN: who know how to u';e the f'aIIIn., .. are now- lIi) farm: and cultivated |'or jlK'instrnel Ions I U i In III ti I r14rk.I kl"1th The viJJI"I'u'rl..1 dogroo of cold with taken it lilt as
farmers fur the cultivation
UPON F.ASY:; TIMIMS.Lilural : : :;. I i gate to t .standard i Is ulM.iito": t above Fahrenheit'
-. the column* "f the Auicflmi' II :
1rQ.m'l1'to do. any and.t-rery kind of printing; I last wlllt 'r. I \\/WIIII"1/ soeold in the morning, no Miiokos ,J

M'11 No. :J i. dtuncd 1 nceeswirv ; wheij MI cold or
The jnk.'u"I' l'rl'l' > by a rano
Diseounts on Values: ull"wItopartil' / ,.,.
} older, it I i.-Ua'rtjI'r;
'<; :". '. i. ; .. .. .. will, manuficturcd by the I'ninii. Machine'l .1.1IlIll'l.'t11'01'I1'tJl"II'OU
... ,w'1r' engagisl in maiiuf.ictnring: or 11\4111'4- \forks of 'Iowa.The { I .XIOIl1't ,
', of the make tin to
: juke orange; cuno I
trial i-nterprihi, who will cret-t() mi the property 'Ii-vt'ii per it-nt. of miccharino matter, hyJ.UIIIW't4 \' times during; tho pii.t /few '

purchasHl I fiilftuiitia: ] improvements { instrument ; and that I Is from two i rt1lrs, papers/ in dilli-rcnt l'lrtJlllr flee ('0110- 1'I

tit four |K-r ecnt. sweeter than any variety of try han'ulltulIlI'll Hcmnnt fxin-rfnu-nts! "i -
for residence, or in which to, "- ndiict theirINWCKMKNTS he oli'-f.isldoncd) i ( "M;I.IIII1IIIIIIu'r words 'I it'ors- or 113 l Mtn-eetsful, in desxletitinjveet,(

BOOK TO A VISITING CARD .I/II..i1Il'l'! ..., he old I rarK'tif of Hur' ?luini require fromlztit ii-J eommitn, |I".tl""ei* so they would keep
FROM 500-PAGE I : ; t'/ !ten gallons of raw jlli!'(! to make!; ony I: fur years and. retain all'Ctlalith', !>!. inilitiou
: : ;; TO \\UI"U'nq( :- ;;Ilion or syrup while! with tho Jtirly 'I' } tf i *v'eet iujtatiH-sit hasiiifncl.iinied

J I-'I 'f'u > mat lardy Amber it only require that the .1rltsl{ l articU' could not bo ..thUII.II 1
I[: :'', by exemption for u (( ( y'fjU'IJ> rungc
nun live to t-\\\ gallon of juice (leer gallon : i..h 1.1 l from t llut: vvhit-It had never" been ,
tuXUtlllluli..rt'fl/ I by tin5ve'ruJ! : ; titkrate: 1 'rsyru1Ir1sa1111IcrricyofeotisideraI; I..I h. !ubjt5.p,d tn u pritCiiH" for reinotingthe;
liJNII4ntt'e, sineo, it aloft! u.< much ground JII'/I-tufl' after lioth were cookisl ; at l'..tstliero f' 4
14)115pply to { ditfVrenee in the tu.te. A*
to grow the j Ihsr" variety its it dues" tliU fu- wui no
;Jtt"'O/li"c/ ('ur. Sciidi: vl: 7th *ts" J"t>rll
..-.....',.., .. .. ,. f HWf I ; ; Tulle l evident tovriy practical mint,that thewtMlcrthovmv 1 ng l t-limate. tJiero w-j'iuwl/ to ln great aijyati-)
; : ttlilw in 1'loriiln. . .. -- thewe U f tnl'fllptJltt! htgl'x In u proctw* that ttou1.prtwt'rrtteen.{ i"e
/,% \\eailj(. ; : ami as.C'liVap us any o'--" -- (;..tI."I.I !, .:. tIt! .wwter tins synp! Hu freer unit luryvr I H \'utl.t. .'.' ">r >ft of pn-servin: |.o .><-Has

;..f'f.f', ... .' .:" 1", ., -.:' -- --- _. ,- granulation., honever: paid I 1":11 l r.-\ \'t.,1 on the "I'licillc ("Jal-t.I1I1,1
,"o{;.., .: /. '* :: : "" -- front the old! vdrlettat! ur cl riid I taut mid are now refit t., Knrope: from
.( :-.. / *>'.?, : i: ic. M. IBIM>IUSO.V, tll nuke augur p
: ', ".. '' '" .. f and l will Tliev have! bad KIll I1".liici--ii, |II' commenting tm the new ;
\_;' ;t..I/. :. .' ..,- tritium never J
: ,_ t'. '
> J .
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." ." ,_ i" f EBtfS55SSS&I'.VI tn'ir ; they 'nacelles HIJIC mixed, amid! Inrmiiel Ju idiistran Caternpullersays| : trying: IMI-
l'. -: ';"if. [ .!1.- ,' : t with broom corn, ('h'., until 'fur tutut.'lt :,Mtts te; iirtrH.'nit llii'iiivn for several "
<_ : ,I .'.1,,"'."; ., ,.u- making j-nrjHfcs they are worthlcMi." \ In any cftniiitw ,U anew indu.try that .
.. .,._,_ _. ...-.,,"" :;r'.,_' .; j-- .' j'' '. Now the |Hiint U, after h.iving; .goiwlurietv "I ))1'11 Bpmnic up la t'aliforniu, Tb tuber! I

T .". ',r-. n ." .. \; of eum', to kt't'l'[ it prxl l ; .fcm't plant! I ,, IrVU arc drill 1 uIII1In-.lln' U newly deined -
tear briMim i-orii fir any otbf kind of corn, 1: l machine, art raid to retain to u iirrtixttiit \ -
':& ." / lit' which" wafted fniiu :: ': their natural la-U and original fn..hei ;
: .. 1' if itUiliv<< ) >ni" bi-inx L'
t F';.( : :" : fj f lie field to! CUU-HJ hyhridiz.dhi of i I >-. The lint shipment( hate by n San

.. ,- '. j ( 'une.I 'II rlllll'i>ll'u men-hunt to !Liverpool brought
f ; '
; ,'. r t < ,, ":: v,4 '; : ? I d rftt-utt>l 111Jldtlt' thoroughly! for defection $Milt' |I'r ton over atll'*I.ettstw! of shipment.Inly .
s Hl'l.M! 10 ottln* i- > CUTA'JFTH lI: U. 1 h the inin thin;? in making ityrnp ) ubunt twenty tons were f:>|MirUil lust .,
: 1MNDIN( IlIltl t I but tlu .V tmld{ the of JlIt\ ilol- ,
"-Jnw.l-uuri.rlcn.forPKlNTINU J : ; fo.r i oxur; a-i.l s makinthe yrnp twentyr \'C'lIf, rate ( .
.. >r.. FiIN.t: : >'IUNA. FLA. r-nt. IK,tier in c-olor und' taste. My( 'dt-fe* hl'tl l pt-rt-a:k f>>rgrtHn potutoo and the deinnd -'

.'id. the( :Siat: !.\\ .!(11rttir! to>? i-itlu-r. 'will r.'{*1rc !prompt. attention fnnu in, Addn-s: ttlanpuxx s Iftarirl.ubliMhuilnaj l jirevion : has lijx-onio much gn-ater than tha ruppiy.
t irtkItt, the Amfrtet utwj petite will| nut >> ('ulllirnl.lIt:1bb( nru ivpurtnt"ii
It* *, ,
: Mi-rrALLn. : CASKS
f1 ti> f. : *" UIMAL; iiouiv! : IK tu the i
: turningihtiratttnliii mutter
".' :'r*.; MII' .. n'.V iiiticinc. )H WOODEN COFFI.N-H AXUCAHKKT&hU' ; 'jiwak of it here. '
what. ml several are being urgunlztsl
> My sugar boa ny iujrrflinn ,'-av.r
t'tltri onlew pnmiplljf euJ,1 to. "
'r I 1 trial I hat uei,1 :.t+ f n order tu, l't1.'I1I the '.
f rr.nSI'IU; ''L\. ;r..3m \"r. .. a : .1.qai$# )
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LOCAL REFLECTION This should' never; bo allowed\ again. Hotel .Arrivals.xT. 1880. THIRD VOLUME. 1881 Professional! and Hu>:tliicss! ('ur<
The Florullnn' has issued an extra sheet' :( --------- --
'OST.--TlKn! :MrBride, Montreal San
tiM A rR.tUr $ .oo 1'011 .sIX .110.VT11S. ; --THEFlorida Dr. AKTIirit ('. FOICI),
containing n list of the premiums and much BeMnger.: Philadelphia; Oustavc Love J <0

1 valuable information in to Middle hmTinvttlf, New York ; T \[ CutllllllJinm.,
regard *
C "I'slmulrnce. Florida." We have been Nashville, Tenn.j j "'. O. Taylor, Fernandina Mirror. T\l': TI8T,
not favored with a t t Jacksonville Railroad J Harrimaii
The MIRROR desires to reflect the interest; copy of the pamphlet 1 issued by the Jacksonville New York ; F H Kimball and; wife Fitchburg ., Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alachua,

of the.whole State and will publish with Pensacola! & Mobile Railroad Com Majj i M I\iJ1'.mtunity; \[ Beattv, An ]Eight-Page: Weekly devoted to
pleasure communications from the Interior. would Chattanooga, Tenn ; Jo T Campbell, DC 48 tf FERXAXDIXA, FLAW3i.
or we make
pany cheerfully use of THE INTERESTS of the STATE --- -
trait :.Mich J -- -
There II Shelley Jacksonville ; 1 1B L;
are many valuable experiments being its contents to advance a knowledge "f that I Watts! i.IMdladcIpUi, Pa ; T A Turnei; U. c. niiiYir.,

carried on, the results of which would be o f fertile and most valuable portion of our New York ; W P tlljr..le)'. 'fl1l1nha!< l'e' W rAIHIIAMiS i:: litor.TKKMH I
G1:1): K. ,
great value to other, and Information of tin State. .\ ClLlI1plll\, Cbirago. 1\1\ ; W 8 Hillger, TNIH'M ,- / 1_ENEllAL: COMMISSION: ( : MERCHANT(] ,

growth and progress of the newly settled ('e ; llIlnre: 8. O'Xt.'III, X\\ lope(': Jolmnltrimistnll $!.oo 1'Kli AXXUM.MIRROR f .
Accident \, Judge Clark, New York; Johll CScofield CENTRE ST., SEAR: R. It. Daw,
portion matters of IH'rnllnt'rest"
} arc
( The Cumberland train 1'utll1nll: !; Oa.' .
on -the Transit _.. r 'hI1J: has !since' its establish- FERNANDINA, 11.IIn ..\. _.
--- -- ---
DARE COUNTY has hecn'h<,.arll from, as fol- Road ran off the track between Baldwin, and The Weather. l anent, endeavored to furiiNli its reader

lows: .JIancock 32, Garfield 23. Bloxhan Gainesville on Friday evening and was delayed LOCAL OIl FU\'ATIOXfI. With n journal devoted to the welfare of tin ,'. Corn Oaf!!.

32, Conover 22. Bethel 32, Lcdwith 22. Fin several' hours. Such accidents arc Fr.iiN.vxmNA., F/v. DeremberlO 1880. State, reflecting all\ its various interest and ------ -
localities, ns well 1 mns our own, giving such .\. W. (rK1u-1L, JNO. WALKER,
ley 32, Bisbcc 23. Senate, Twenty-first district very infrequent under Superintendent Max: iirfl1R;;: I 0.'I (,III'rlllllew" and information as the time: W.\I.TI-It R. YATES.

-"" II. Sharpe ((1)emocrntj) 20, Houston well's excellent management of the road.Steamship ---- ----' ---_--.;--;----.. afforded), dNeu-oiing: ; |public questions fairly:.!

(Republican) 23. Assembly-Ewan (Democrat ---- --- Day a % a and hw sought; moreover, to become aiacceptable /-10CKRELL.( W.IKlmTJo: ,
Western Texas. a .1 l'ISaturday I I I I visitor; as n family, md literarypnp'r
22 It. B. Potter For .
) (Republican) 32. I. blemWies of
of the
free from .
This popular steamer arrlv Convention 39.. ; 4 ro 6.4 r.--- modern j journalism.In ; .
morning from New York, with 107 cabin M'I-i'-1
rrvlrdotcs with Dado for Senator. 'l"he f11111.111 5: ( no no ) entering upon our third year, we fllr- .\ and Counsellors'!
in ; HouV passengers and a large amount of freight. roll'lay; n fiO iO (;4 ili Cloudy timer desire to establish: a department ill '
vote .that.county was : Sharpe 220, The steamers of the Mallory Line come full Tuesilny i fiO (Ii.:! 12 I r.2 Fair) wliieh we ourselves,and we think the j public, !
ton 53. Sliarpo's majority in the district, 100, I of FERXAXDIXA, FLA.
of freight and We 11'cd11csday R tr2: i211\ nn Fair will take great interest-the history our
passengers trip. ,
--- --- every Thursday !0 M Fair. month \\'(
iO( 41 HI! :State.; (On the :2"lh of the present
The Slicll liond.Wo should infer from the large hTnounlof their 1muhiy! HO it .If; I .tli ]'alr. in our column! 01' f'lerk of the Circuit Court.1V.tI.TER .
.10 reprint
_: ___,___..._._. ... .. .,. ___ commence a Olllce adjoining!
-- '
traffic that :: :: .u : : :: 7. : : : works 01Florida. I
have not learned that any action Irons! a semi-weekly service between one of tile mn"t valuable early

yet bec t n taken towards repairing the shell New: York and Fernandina. run from the JI.tnISI:-. ) published, in 17<>". in London, ul' : R. YATIS: Notary Public. (VI 4t
I which the following; is: the titll'l'a'COI'XT (': .. .
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road to the beach We hope immediate 1st ot December to the 1st of June, would he -- -- -- -

measures will bo takcn'in this matter so itnpjrtant remunerative, especially} 'lf one of the steamers I'ort of 1'rrnnnilliHi.IHOII AX .\( OF\ o. s. OAKJS: ,

; to the interests< of Fernandina. came direct without stopping at Port W.\TCJl.3iittird.iy EAS'I': r i, o n IDA I BUILDER:
Royal or Brunswick. Dec. 11...... 3.1t:: : t .\. ;I. 3.m7: I'. al.Snuday COXTIL\ ,

---- 12...... -1:27": 4:50": WITH .\
Murder tn Tc'er8on County. Robbery of a Tra vela :Monday( : ij: ..... f ::20" f)::43(: ..J0UrHiIKerr M,VXfFACTrunsMOULDINGS

Tho sheriff.of Jefferson county, while',it- 'Tuesday, 14...... J-.ll: 052:;; SAWED AND
\ :; : ,
\William A. of Illinois ,
Campbell wasu "
tempting the arrest of two 1J'grul'sdlllrgcllwltli WcdiH-sday, 15..... c:58;: itn" ItY TURNED BALUSTERS': : :: NEWELS: ,
passenger on the train Tuesday night Thursday, 10..... i:It" iM"
ail of murder was! fired 1'rul.AoEr.PUtb I :STAIR; RAILS, WOOD) ) EAVESTROUGHS :/ -
attempt : on, inns B.nTn.1 oK
Friday 17...... 8:21 HJij":
between Maw and Jcsup.\ Shortly: before : : ; :
and }Ir. J. II. Whittakerinstantly killed by
reaching Jesuj 'not her )pn ! one of the t1e 1)'rI1l10:4'-l1nmcll\ndl'e'W Fell KNTEKKM.Dec. : for the Florida; FLOOR
train himself Reno accosted him ANII
a penitentiary convict of bad character. The calling ) .1-S. I'. St.' Johns, Vogel, Charleston iITOX > ING.
and pretended that he was also from Chi ,
murderer escaped, and has: not a" yet been)
cngo and was a clerk in a bu...incsM' house Dec. 8-Bark M. 1'. Tucker Coggins, Bueiiox.Ayrcs. A Journey from! /St. Augustine Staifr and Church Worlt

arrested. ----- ----- there. The two went into the smoking-car, up the River:! :St.:; John A :.SPECIALTY.; ,
Dec.) :!)-S. S. Western Texas, Ilines, New
AFloi'ida Seelmull.tlllze,' House.We .
where they met another party, a confederate York. LONDON) : Wl nO1.'H..Dm

have received the Catalogue of Mr. J. K. who soon engaged in game of monte ('I.1--\1t F.O. Hold l.y "'. N 1'OJ.l., Xo. .it'It., / Paul's DOORS AND OF ALL :SIXES.; :

Hart of Jacksonville seeds and fertilizers with Reno. After a little Reno asked Camp- Dec. (',.-S. P. St. Johns, Vogel, CharlestonDec. Church-Yard, and WOOHFAI.L, Post Olllce Box 174.

$ especially adapted to the Florida trade Several hell to loan him ten dollars to continue the 7-:Sch. Anita, Small, St. I'ierreIar- CharlngCross.Price jan t Fcrnandina, Fla.J .
tlrme.. [ 4 Shillings.] .-- -
pages are devoted valuable Information Campbell took: out his wallet to get : -
game. Dec, 10-Brig Liberty Devm-aux. Cuba 17 t relative to tho culture) of vegetables! u' he$10 when oncof them grabbed his pocketbook )IK'c. 8-- ch. t'ph'n Bennett, Devcreaux,
/ of much to all who $330. Mr. 1 This work was written hy \\'. STORK, :\r., O N T R.\ C T O R A N D HUILlnR: ,
subject importance purpose containing Campbell was I'liiladelphia. D., t", raH attention to the advantages afforded CAlachua
to in this profitable branch of unarmed and powerless'to the rob IN PORT.
engage prevent hy Florida, amid to promote the settlement Street, between Second and Third,
business. Mr. Hurt's 'catalogue appears to .bery. At Jesup, where they arrived in a. Schooner Kate V. Aitkcn. of the ('oulltn'. It treats of all the
Schooner C. H. Foster. natural productions ;of Florida and its capabilities. FERNANDINA, FLA.
embrace a varied assortment of the best seeds short time( the men disappeared.. Camp Schooner Northern
Light. It will he published in full in sue-
i and fertilizers for: the garden,' field and bell telegraphed to Fernandina. to have the Schooner Matthew Kinney. cesive numbers of the ('urn'lIt'ohlllle of Orders and estimates from a distance,carefully -

grove.. men arrested, and, on the arrlvnl of the Plant Schooner Schooner Five Brothers.. THE: MIRROR, rerlmHm rt lltemtlm, with ________ __ u ____,_2_itfFcrtllizers. _
Gettysburg.Bark notes by the Editor.
Wednesday morning. Justice Ellermann
i For Comity VJJtcers.A on Ravenscllife (Br.) Our readers) will be able in this WIIto .

primary meeting has been appointed to arrested the two men, who gave their names Bark James Kitchen (Br). obtain this rare and valuable work, of whicli ,
t and Conservativevoters as John Allison and II. L. Reno. Both are Bark Usko (Russ). General Sanford was able'to find only this J. \. KOHSOX tfc: SOX,
be held of the Democratic
undoubtedly false names, as Reno subs Brig Mary Louise! (Gcr). one copy in all Kngland., .
at Hibernian Hall on Wednesday Bark M. P. Tucker. Early' subscriptions to THK MIRROli
to Jacksonville in ( i i-.c-i:
sequently telegraphed Commission -
evening, December 15th, at 7i clock for the !should be sent in, in order to enable thel'uhll.h'r.4 I
the of Mike McCuen. Upon being 1'or the ----
of selecting delegates to the county r name Holiday to determine the number copies rS 4.
purpose i searched, the sum of $120 was found on Fancy Goods and Novelties, of the paper required.Subscriptions .
convention whith will be held for recom CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Reno and $10 on Allison who doubt- Baby Carriages, can be made through )Ir.,
countyofficers. Telfair at Drew's Hook :; in
mending Stockton Store
Inrger'amount concealed his ) to their
less had on themselves strictly
The selection I of competent and suitable a Umbrellas and ParasolsTIIEO. : : Jacksonville, or by direct application' to this: CONFINING !
the searcher's observ ness, respectfully con-
person L. LEWIS: otlicc. Address
ofllcera'is of great importanceand
county veryv ation. They were committed to jail to await CO-tf 403 Eighth A'el11l'cw York. FLORIDA MIRROR signments.
it is to be hoped that there will be such Fcrnandina Fla.
the arrival of Mr. W. A. Campbell, the vic- ----. 2-4 -...._---,- -----------------+-
attendance at the meeting as to -
general To
a Loggers.
tim of the robbery, who fully identified OU.\XU 1I0X.S.'I'IIlX : I"ERTILIZERS.
give the full endorsement of the voters to A: few Mule or OK Teams are wanted to
Mr. T. +-
them. On Friday morning Wf -
whatever action may be had. All should haul logs at Dutton, Florida. Apply to W
Evartts the jailer reported to 'Squire I lIer- WOOD AND HOOPS,
P. Gilford. trade
their wishes This business has been our special
to ,
attend and give expression that his had Upon JOHN LYNCH. FOIL ORANGE: BOXES,, have endeavored
f mann prisoners escape for over twenty years, and we -
Dutton Fla., \'/"..19, 1SSO. for sale at Fcrnandina by friends PURE
County Cowmtssouers. examination, their cells and the outer door to f urn hi i our planting a
Proceedings of 09-tt P" P. BISHOP.CONSIGNM ARTICLE and their continued i is
to these
found unlocked. Owing sus-
were Brick ---
\ ... our best indorsement. We are prepared to
Present : J. McGillln, C. W. Lewis, C. W. picious circumstances, 'Squire Ellermannhad Lime, OR.itNaa.a4 fill orders for all kinds of Fertilizers together J
I the j jailer arrested and bound over to Cement, with our Cotton and Corn Fertilizer and
J Billiard and John :Moore. Plaster ...........................-. Acid .
the, the Circuit Court to answer a charge of aidIng Hair Compound Phosphate.J.
The board} aproY'tl following bills : N. ROBSON:; & SON,
Onpaupcr account, $>5, T. Austin, $1 ; W. in their escape. Mr. Ellermann recognized AT H.\ IIOII\ .t HOYT'S. GG Charleston, S. C.

school superintendent, ten Reno, alias McCuen, as a bunko man
A. Malioney
CHRIST GERBER Wholesale Hardware, To pft- mXTS: 80L1Crflm.1i- ,
who has been In Jacksonville the last two ( OULJCO.'S
months'salary,$250; W. II. asses- edo Ohio, says : The Excelsior: Kidney 1'llIt

Bor, $250 ;; W Maxwell, ono months, salary winters. has accomplished more for my wife in three ..................................................................
feeding weeks than all the medicine she has: takenIn .. .
i'' auditor $25 Peter Cone, sheriff, for
as ; month $12: Oj B. T. Rich, List of passengers three years. Refer: all skeptics to me.- E. L. PALMER & CO., i. ;""r' FERTILIZEIt ..tl5 i.
t prisoners one ; Per steamship Western Texas, December 10.- See Adv. ..

month's salary $30. .................................................................. ,.
"bridge keeper, one Ceo B
Lieut. J. Allen Barber, Mr and Mrs ..........................................................+-
books of assessment presented W. New AclvertlNCinciitN.NOTICK.' 1.
The Walker and two children, Rev D Ewing and .

B. .Garland for year 1880, examined, up- wife, A A Heath, W8 Dewell, Mr and Mrs {.-flVliolesale, Fr.nit Dealer-. IS TIlE BEST

proved,and certified to as follows and three children Chas Carroll, GARDENS
for FALL being
We the commissioners, in and for Mclntire -: ............ ..............................................::- rpIIING
county: do Stephen Carroll, II N Seymour, C J McCabe, LL POWERS OF ATTORNEY: hereto X not only a perfect }plant food, but will
the county of Nassau, State of Florida, ,1L keep all insects! at a respectful di tttlmce.
Shetton J M Humphrey, N F Clark, II fore given by one to any one whomso
examined and B A ,
r hereby certify that we have For sale in small
vcr, in the State of Florida, have beer BALTIMORE MD. anqunntity, large or ,
compared! the original and two copies of the S Clark. II A Vinton, C W river, L Fisher i evoked. See records in oflice of County and country orders delivered FREE: on

assessment roll for Nassau county for ISM) S K Chapman, Win O'Neil,Thomas! Aldrich, Clerk. bouts:: or cars.: Vegetable growers, TRY IT. '
and find them correct. Witness our namesat GOULD it ('0..
John Swanson, August Swans B. C. CUYELLIER.
R J Shepperd,
Fernandina, in said county, this 1st day Smith San }Francisco Cal., Nov. 13,18MO. 3-4t 6-13m 8 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
C J Lee Mrs F McFarley, Geo .
of December A. D. 1880. son, REFERENCES IRev.
------ -- -------- -
; 1 JAMES: McGirriN, Robert Lawrence, J Fernandez, J N Foster II. J. IMKKIt .t 1IIIO., GnUIS *V CO., ..

J. N. MOORE, Joseph Davis. B It West, K K Keenan, O. P. Thackura, Fernandina; Fla "TII.'OX Importers and Dealers in t
C. W. HlLUARD, NEW YORK Mr. Frederick A. Fleming, Hibernia f'la. !
Ciua. W. LEWIS, PGlennon, E Foley, Andrew J Lanberg, 215 PEARL STREET, ,

County Commissioners. M Ben Whitehouse Butler, 11,A N Knibbe B Olds, ,Chas M Kitcurt Wehuke, Jens, J Manufacturers of _Mr. C. M. Bevan, (.v3.l-2m. St.)_Augustine, Fla, [j aiA\os :-*1 I |r cjuAxos '1[

r. Middle Florida Fair. Nors'hoes A L Aldrich. Wm -+- .:
11 Kimball
IIooltM and Stationery .' .. tt__. ..
The of Middle Florida are pursu J L Win I" Brady,
planters Karnan. FPrange, Lyons, a-- --- --- ----

ing a wise and judicious course in keepingup Leonard Kelg, F Nelson, John Sherry, Lewis II 0 11 .\ C I: DUE IV, NO. 113 IKY SfRKET,

their annual fair. The time will come Dubois James Murphy,
Kitzensteln, John .
./fcOO K A X K 4 Wholesale and Retail Savannah, Georgia,
1 when they will reap the advantage of this Mr and Mrs Win L Jamison Capt 8 A Brock-

annual exhibition of their products.! It is; enton, John L Tickner, M Kellogg, W R _1_ TREEjr.MANVRE't TIOOHS, STATIONERY, Keep constantly on hand a good supply of
their celebrated
moreover of great advantage in keeping up Williams, Mr and A E Rogers, Wm Simon,

the etprit do.corpt of the planters. The emu Chas M Howe, D E Conklin, T M Reynolds, And MUSIC, $-'r MANIPULATED GUANO.TB .

lation U a healthy one, and the comparison Mr and Mrs 8 A Robinson and child MissA Nothing better can be had for fall and win

'of productions tends to improvements In L Robinson Captain Goo W Tucker. Thos A Most Superior Article, under our ownSpecial 53 WEST BAY START, ter croiw. Price FIVE DOLLARS PER x
modes of culture and the introduction of Moore, Miss Rosle Watson, Miss Annie Me- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA *'.OB. railroad or steamer at Savannah.

new'seeds and new varieties. We were, Kenney Miss Mary E Bradey, Miss Ellie Send for circulars: giving certificates, etc.PATKXTS .

t however surprised, at the last annual exhi- Powers Miss Kate Nolen. Miss Maggie Mey jj at" COMPLETE MANURES- ,

T, Lion at Tallahassee, to see such an inconsiderable ers, J Geo Schultz, Martin Breunan, Mr and '}<'OR EVERR,FARM CROP, obtained or for improvements for new inventions in old,

exhibit of field crops. Cotton of all Mrs. T Apold, Lewis Ochren, John C Sco- Prepared on scientific principles to supply ;s S..hool Hooks n SIE''laU-s,Z ones. Caveats Infringements, TradeMarksand

varieties ought to be placed there in quantities field, Owen Robinson. John Branham, Hans the exact plant food for each crop so as all patent ( attended
to produce large yields per acre TYLLY A CLARKE: to INVENTIONS TILT HAVE nEE
f ; sugar cane, sorghum, potatoes, field Anderson, John D Clark, John Gordon, JnoJ "
wheat riceshould havea Wilkinson Mrs ALSO DEALERS IK'RIME (Successors to J. M. Cooper & Co.,) REJECTED: may btill, in most cases be patented -
IteM, corn,oats, rye, Sexton, W 0 fully, II by us. Being opposite the U. S. Pat.

weUfilleddepartment; stock of all kinds Uenj brooker, Mr and Mrs Cousins and infant AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS: DEALERS IN ent Office and engaged in PATENT BUS!.

of native growth and adaptability to our cli Miss II Walton, Miss Lena Anderson. SULPHATE .UUIONICID \. rM-School NESS EXCLUSIVELY, we can secure pat
of variety .......- ---- ents in less time than those who are remote
mate; garden products every .\ PHOSPHATES, andrn from Wtl hlngton,

should .he ,shown of average products, not List of Letters :MURIATE OF POTASH, When Inventors send model or sketch.

monstrosities the domestic Industries ought Remaining in the l'ost-Ollice at Fernandina, SULPHATE OF SODA, .__:_J 35 [,----- we make search in the Patent Office, andadvise

to l>e welt. represented.and home-made cloth, Nassau tons calling county for,these Fla., letters Decembers must),say 1880 adver Per-. NITRATE OF SODA,, { BOOKS! HOOKS! ]' Correspondence as to its confidential patentability free of charge.

yarns, knit goods, soaps, useful preparations tised. IUPERPHOSPHATE: LIME --i 1 M c- able; and .xu C'lI.\1tOJ': UNLESS'; reason.PATENT .

of food.;, nil varieties of fruit which that Mary L.Abercrombie2Munroe, Charlev SULPUATlM.ONESI. \,, IH OBTAINED,
of Florida Ilrklncellitbould be well ex. Duke, James Duke Martin, Rev. J.W. 8-.- We refer hv jt'rmission} to the City Post-

hibited.part So much for what should be shown Mitchell, Durant. If Roberson_ Isaac Strictly Tare Ground lloue. STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS OF "tand t
% observed on the grounds gam- HELD FOB 1'( "r.iGE. Our circulars give full particulars and arc ALL KIXDS, lofct-Office Money Oats, Division in Wash

1 1 Lttfyr last: yenrwe devfees: of several kinds, and loud- Dickbon Litxie Whalon Pictou Nova Providence Scwtia.SAML. .; R. I.; Daniel I mailedinformation free to that all will"\mutants.!be of service They to contain thus Cor. Congress and St. Julian Sts., ington., terms For etc.special?addrro r '' -nces, circular, advice

their vocation ,
( exhibitors carried on I I 'OCO...
moutted under: the sanction of the managers. T. RiDpEU, P, M: buying or using Fertilizers 3-4m Savannah Georgia. -o-tf Opp.PutentO Washington, D.C.

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