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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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December 18, 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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STATE A'Bll'S.Alfichmi. proportion of the rich hammock lands, FO Jlri'itnmlo.We flowers! and evergreens, and, nt the 'mitt!I, Hated in the confectioncrv store of D.unln-

well adapted to sugar! and vegetable culture! returned lat: week from a few (days draped with the American: Swedish amNorwegian na. Hi t family, icl'11 aLNt( '(' till' store, and
e\'I'I'llllIf them I burned.
: -The a.cOl Owe .JlrIIJ; visit to llrooksvitlc and vicinity, in Her. Raga 11 r.1F. lit. Llndburg, III will die. were Mrs.( Damiaiia -

From this date the Seat will he under the \ nando: county. The country' seems to l Il' behalf of the colony, made the. following The insurance! held l by t11o.t' burned' nut

editorial and hu!-lmcut management of M. I, Diival.We prospering: and; bills fair, in the course of n address: which, with one or two grammati\ amounts to about $250N5): The post-office\

!) V. McCook. It is not necessary to make any saw at Mr.[ Hid well's nursery near few years, to be the wealthiest! county, il1 cll1'orrl'l'tlonln' give textually : 11111rnlh mails OlIlII':1\1 states, court clerk saved the
extended remarks with reference to our Jacksonville, lat week, as tine a lotof nursery proportion to population, In the State. To (GKXKUVI.: : :SVSKOKH:! : '1'11Wl'lll'C have \

future course. We will labor to make the stuck as we ever beheld, lie has eighty- begin with, Ilernaudo ('nl1l'nrnbh the him assembled) here to express their grateful Ul Till U'ITllliICCIIlI:. .

Situ n medium of news and of t thought. Of two varieties of the citrus tribe, some\ of to grow anything adapted to this climate, in the thanks interest! to you of for their many welfare: kindnesses.Von have, and taken In - will be Democratic. In severingour / great value. )[1'. indwell has also been atgreat its greatest perfection a general farming} toward them. Tl'U'nl'S ago you sent niagent I.:Xrl.IInx11lute WILt OK VKUY W1LDPTIIKAM

connection with Mr.( 0 A. Ayers I formerly expense in introducing !some important I country, it I is more than sclf-su.-tnining! ir to the 011ountrv( to piklp: n few' TIIK STKVMKU: I ",\Flm: ASCF.NDS TUE.NTVMlt.KH :
senior editor of this paper and for along tropical plants: as:: the bread\ fruit, cinna the production of corn, rice, oats, sugar, \Florida':- emigrants. 1'111'Wl'l'e brought; tn
You Induced th11tll( settle ; you In our locals last week we had nu article
time connected with the press of this 11111Ulk'l"\ many varieties of the pineapple etc.( to nothing cotton nV that .
potatoes, say Va'I'thl'lIlallll ; you promised th1III'k, Mating the steamer C7nr/>'r had gone Uv|
city, we wish to say that our relations have black pepper, etc.( These he has growing many other products too numerous" to men and vou gave them implements ; you careifor the Withlaeoochce and wits expected to

been the most cordial and agreeable, lie in a new hothouse made: especially\ for tion. But what will particularly strike tin tiiemjiM us! a father would care: for his return in four days, hut up' to going to press,
children! Ten years! ago) where was II toil ten days from the time she left, nothing had
lias,wielded,a. trenchant pen for many yearsin the purpose' The Japan persimmon) : visitor and impress on him the productiveness ( -
denies! unoccupied, are now sprung' ; tip| l 101'1\ heard: of her. The brave little steamerproudly
defence of cherished principles nnd has fruited at his place this year, and one with of the !'uilarl' the large;beautiful and beautiful urmuigegtvera coming Into bear I "'h'ulIIl'lllnto port on last Sunday,

always been worthy of higher positions than which hI'I was nearly as large\" luxuriant orange trees tube seen on everyPlace. ing. Ten years ago we were homeless: no\\ with all on board, hale and hearty and delighted -
mental He has l'i varieties of this wehavecomfortaiilehomes.snrrounded I with with tho trip Indeed we iU'\'I'r\\\' 1
fertile in
he has occupied. Always! ns an orange. On every hand one sees! line y'oullgorllllgc
and fruits-nil such delighted! Mcllvaino
orange: trees semi-tropical \ a part Captain
resources, generous in sentiment, gentle in fruit. A visit to Mr. llidwell'sill, repay groves rapidly approaching I i ; maturity with your gratitude was" ready to put up his steamer that 1I111 such

'manner, an honorable opponent, he has those who are engaged in fruit growing.riorld't .- There the land requires no extraordinaryyhusb.uilry Whosoever would make two blades tlf l'IIUlllr'WII'I to he found cl.sowhcro in the

maintained the esteem of friends nnd challenged Ayricttllnrift.As / and application of fertilizers to grass: grow where only one J.trl'111'1111'1', hll is w'nridanil 11 r. Chafer was !'IllIIpl1't''lntlc,
The I n benefactor: to his' country ; but, 1 will !say, : over the grand panorama\ of nature as: presented I
I ] the confidence of enemies. it has been rumored abroad that there make: the trees grow oil' in a most: vigorous whoever like you, Mr. Sanford\ induced the I along I the hanks of the" stream.: :

readers of the 811I& will miss his able writ- have been cases of yellow fever in Jacksonville and thrifty manner from the time they wen people) to maKe beautiful orange groves, We interviewed! 11 Chnfcr and give his

ings. We hope that he may be invited to a and, ns we are informed, that pa !oti- set out. The people generally of the countyseeln where only \pine trees and palmetto roots statement\ as near I as \ve l'nll( in his own
of labor commensurate with hiscapabilities grew he is still greater. language: :
field more to have taken almost epidemically, su
gers en route here havcstopped: in Savannah 'ot tour that has: settled on this' grant has: Our party consisted\,. of mvsclf and wife,
and where he will be more liberally in consequence of these false rumors, we to speak, the orange fever a few years back ; sullered! any way. Captain Mcllvalne, wife and\ two children

rewarded for his services.-Geinrprillc think it propl'rto say, emphatically\ that w ehave and we are not afraid of; 'U'Cl',1'1I1 contradiction "'1' hI\'Hlniilt IL' church to worship: (God. and\ I the crew.Vc left Cedar Key on the

Sun. when we assert that no section of In this house In which we have the honorto 2h'IIIIIt: WIIt'IWI' reached/ the mouth of
easeof fe
Itrailfonl.We not known of a single yellow speak to you, I i.s our schoolhouse: and tho the) Withlueooehee it was low willI'ntHI
n'rin Jacksonville this summer and even if the :State: can excel llcrnando in the neat the best in time. .After
for advice next to Orange county. wo were delayed some entering
charge anything good -
never there had been 'isolated\:, case, ,Jafl'o..t\ prospective! ) growing business. The fruit Is Now, 11[1', Sanford what are 'we to miller the river we reached' HlitchV: ferry the first

and, therefore, would like to make n has three visits to this patient community remarkably free from the dark! color and you to-day for alltheblessingsand' gratitude night In ten miles of I nke ]'1I1\\ I.ot1klon, ?

modest suggestion to our farmers anti large paid excels in size and flavor. All that 1 [crtll1I1lo1I'ellc you have done? Nothing but thank* from the left hank of the river, w'c l011(' of thcllnc.Ht
and Dr. Jack Frost's authoritywe
landholders in Bradford. We have great upon : our hearts. t orange groves In t the State.:: : It belong/ .
bodies arc enabled to state that there is: not the to be converted 1 into continuous! truck In the name of the Scandinavian population i to )it r. Sears: a Philadelphia man He had 1

many men in Dradford who own large slightest( probability of yellow fever visiting farms for early vegetables and orange groves, I wi"h01' and. your liluilnl\ tilt : just finished\ hauling his oranges across the

of valuable lands, which were pur Jacksonville at thi late lla-1 In the basket is a I'nilw\II.-1uIIHt: Tribune, goodness and blessing God can bestow upon counrry: to Lccshurg! for .shipment. and we-
chased years ago no doubt, with a view to )'en. were lying right up by the Hide. of his grove..
of oranges sent us yesterday)by our friendS. I.l'l'Y. and I the We saw several wild orange groves; along
speculation, nnd are held at n high figure. It was a moving speetarle, general
: M. Scruggs', there were several; 1 varietiesof The steamship Clinton of the Morgan( line the hunks: of the river.
The old plan of farming on u large scale seemed deeply all'ectcd, and there were tears "When within. five miles IakePanason"ka.
limes and! lemons.\ : The>.e two acid fruits arrived here on Friday evening last: from -
must be abandoned, from the fact that the in more eyes than one. The general substantially \, we look on board sir 1V. l'!, Jl'1ul'II1.who ,
grow as well in Florida ns the orange. Florida Havana Among her passengers for this: of YOlln 'M r
farmer can no longer control the necessary replied : That thanked\ them hldUIl'gl' Bishop: orangegrove \
lemons however have never taken the Mr.[ Louis Antiga manufacturer for.Mr. C.M.( Brown. Mr. Jef
labor to make it pay. Nearly every farmer port, was: from his. heart for this manifestation! of good as agent
place in the matkets as the Florida orange. of cigars! in Havana. Antiga & Co. fords piloted us up to time grove within\ mile
who undertook to keep up the old planta- feciiugtumid gratitude" and that he was glad of the hake We reached here on :Mondaythe
has This I has been owing, perhaps, to the! Inferior employ .IH7! persons in their factory and of this occasion of and lh Wo found
tation style of farming since the war meeting' pro-perout :LM 'every thing! In apple- ,.
/ failed. Their experience proves that farming varieties formerly grown, but many new produce daily about t((10,000) cigars of superior happy citizens: there. Those whom he had pie order. Those in charge treated us with,
varieties!! have been introduced by General quality. Mr. Antiga brought with him n every courtesy fluid furnished us with all the
scale before the when known at poor and friendless strangers t ten
on ft largo ns war, fruit tI\ll,111\I\kc,
wo ( withI'r fully
Sanford and others, which have proved successful 1II' quantity of samples of his goods and away
labor was easily! controlled mint be abandoned ) years ago, and that he desired: here to thank inspecting\ the bishop's' grove, we .steamc'd.up ; .
: and there i is no reason why Florida started! on Saturday morning to New York
altogether Impracticable. This be- UIl'IIfor the fidelity with which they t had the PanasolVkn run forting lake and came-
should not, in the near future, supply\ the nnd the North to solicit trade for his factory. their with him. to I the orange grove of Ijiy tt Conover.
fulfilled I \
de engagement 'l'imeyhaml
"ing the case, of course, there can be no \
home market with lemons as! she docs with -Ccilaf AY / Journal. '. Ih'I'I'(1 took on several others who were
stand for largo bodies\ of land, and it seems call attention to the given examples of industry. economy desiroiMof! having n ride on the lake. Wo
Hut it to
"to us that the wisest thing that can be done oranges. was! .1/ncZtaou. and thrift, of which he was proud, and were all doomed to disupiN: t II It'll t,howc\'cr, $ '

with these large bodies; of land is to (lividethem \ ; possibility: of our !State: supplying the demand The schooner Andrew AUnmjer has arrived whose results! were shown. in this thriving as wo found tho water too .shallow at tho
for a necessary article of commerce tlio: mouth of the run to get into the lake Wesaw ,
into forty acre lots and put out at nnd is liow unloading\ at Florida Central settlement III these tine orange grove and
up l enough\ to convince\ us that the PanaHott'kals -
In 18.V2
that we took up our )pen. a llailroad wharf :2! least four, ncres in oranges on each, tract, ; to I onc of tho grandest and II I s'
Purchasers' for homesteads,.i improved this 'nurk ,'nn }'::11gllsh gcntlcmnrtrplanted; tlllt' 'l50\'egs: of spikes for Mown.\( ]Drew) itlKickl, say here that to hit: HUCCCNS on thi.t grant he; esting sheets of water In the State We re-;;

; can be more cosily. found than for the Island of Montscrat 10,000: ( lime treeson to bo used on a branch railroad from their owed much to'them, who iiad }proved that I, tru'llhl\l'k to the river and ascended' nbout
way T.OO acres of land. A highway of the twenty miles: above time lake as! I far as wecould.
larger bodies unimproved. Besides the proprietor mills at Kllavillcto the log camps. There those, coming from the Arctic Circle could Tlii portion of the river is highly
the for two
can better afford to wait for purchasers. i island runs:: through grove also a large return tubular boiler and smokestack : thrive as well here as at home, and be more picturesque., Jn many places large )prairie

!. AH the time he is waiting for a purchaser miles,and it is now very valuable, and is for the sumac firm. Messrs.( Drew it }prosperous even than those,. to the manor hound" on cither side 1I1\IIIho river Is interspersed -
owned the house of Sturge & Company, with beautiful little islands. The
by :
Buck! tlal.larl..t lumber manufacturers
are horn had demonstrated what could
the trees nre growing and the home They u
trees were I literally covered with long: hang
of They
Birmingham expressthe
stead constantly becoming more valuable. amid North where it is used in East: Florida. ClliulI, be done by }pure muscle without capital, but ing moss. We saw lots of alligators, geese, )

Orange trees from four to five years! old can juice ship Or'(i tm P. by industry and thrift, with this wonderful ducksanil other game. The country presented ;

be purchased at a very low figure, nnd fouror to make lemonades etc., and for the navy Mention was made in the J:eporlerearly in soil! and climate. He[ was! glad to see them a tropical appearance., I saw tomato !
on account of its anti-soarbutic properties. vines two feet high in tho most flourishing/
live years morels nil that is required to to house in England l last the season of a small-sized orange tree three here with their families, with their rosy condition. '1'110140111.. OH rich as it can he
shipped one
have a grove in full bearing, and if no Satisfactory They years from the bud, growing in the grounds checked children ; glad to see how grateful and !I.s: underlaid with a bed of marl. We all

V sale is made of tho homestead In year 90,000) gallons.! Formerly this lime of W. 11.1acy,1:s.p., that was full of fruit. they were, and t that they appreciated I the returned highly pleaded l with our trip."
juice was manufactured in n very primitive Captain Mcllvainu tho meuplearede- (
1 that time, the proprietor will notcarc aeons and slovenly manner ; this company has Ill'plicllllettcr'lIcthOll On Tuesday lu..t11'. Macy brought to our service ho had rendered them, and he tlJtllh'llululI tho river say at the idea of havingrsteamboat 1

tincntnl whether he ever sells. The returns manufacture and den n branch from this tree, only a half inch thanked them ngnln: for the services they : communication with Cedar Key,
to Its
from his orange crops will enable him to !! In diameter when cut from! the tree, whichboreeightccn had rendered him, and eouchuleolby! theexpression t and that attention is: being attracted to the
the demand is: largely increased. We see! no and of his best wishe\ for their continued Withlacooehee country from 'nI111Ilartl'l't.JOtII .
command\ his own price for homestead! or full-grown mature oranges. !
reason why FIorhla shou hI not en t'r this field ] \'" that Captain III1.AjIlIl'W'tllHt; )
hold their indefinitely. These large bodies They were packed t almost: at closely as a health and }prosperity. 1 He[ afterward: cruhmilliunalreol'Ocnhutvillsuotmcstaliisi' '
tho demand far it exists in
and so as
of choice lands to which we have referencewere cluster: of grapes: the oranges touching each addressed, in turn, each of the Swede and two stores at different INllntllnJIII, others arc

selected years ago on account of superior this country. Wo can raise till! limes and other us they hung on the bough. If there their vivo, informing himself of the detail contemplating the same: thing. Capfnln )(c-
lemons cheaply as they can be grown Ih'1I1111111I1'1'1' to have brand I '
as noon u newsteamer
fertility ofsoil, and will I'roduceoranges is! anything in the theory propagating] ) of theit home& : and undertakings.a, Tho little -
elsewhere, nnd in other respects ought to bo to run up the river that will ho bcter
ill three years! from a five-year-old tree when with foreign producers, if from early sorts to secure early-bearing girl! then ('lIl11eII', bringing him )bouquets adapted for the purpoac! than the /utf'cr.

transplanted without the slightest fertiliz- able to compete trees this little tree should bo valuable us a of flowers.' With the& exception' one Ho] says!! Mr.I O. M f. Brown, '
ing. Xo farmers or ]land owners in the wo are not, a little "protection" will come invery stock to propagate from, to say nothing( ; of or two families! who have& been on Belair a more to bring'into notice the Witldaooclieo -
well Some of our orange growers have (' country than it score of other,
world have a more speedy or easy way of becoming I turned their attention to the lemon, its fruit.-The first frost of the season: in year only, all speak, 114 well a* f'IUlllnll tromisc* furnish nil the money that may 4

: rich than the farmers! of Bradford already this section: of the State made its !appearance) write, Knglish: : remarkably! well, and all tho 'Jim' needed to buy steamboat o'r anything
has been made in
county, if they will only raise their fure- and considerable progress on Wednesday morning, Ueuimberttth! It children are taught; in that language. I/I'- else. y
introducing I III I'flIvt'll'urict il'!!, General The opening up and bringing into comnercial -
was too slight to do damage: and only fvnl Jfl/tfl1II1
sights" a little higher. any ;
I Sanford, we believe, has already] thirty acres relation! with our town, the rich amimdcvclopcd
served as u reminder of the fact that it in: II \ I resources of the WithlacoodiPo
Clay. in lemons he has taken the Il'allln import- mSASTHOUS L'llti: A } 1'/\'S.1 COl.,. -
: ; winter In Iowa the lee harvest i I. that interest all
began near .. country n question(
The town of Green Cove Spring county -
and in recent -
from Sicily a conversation
trees ,
ing our business, men who ,should lend their
three weeks and in that region ice. is
teat of Clay county, Florida, I is situated with him we understood him] to ugo MNK-TK.NTHt' or TIIK III'HIXKX POUflON or "et encouragement to tho name.1'iilarfey

upon the west bank of the St.: Johns river, that he considered his experiments with not ready for harvesting until it is I a foot or TIIK ('ITL.III IN: ,\
,fifty miles from its entrance into the .Atlan say more in thickness.-Orlimh lfelurer.Mesrss.A.II.aiekSotmopchal l't.sKI'llLJk'l.'l'lIIlJcr It-Tlle custom- ,
' ( the 1 lemon successful. We feel quite sure AXl) CHOPS.
the San-: 'house: oil records were burned I lust night.)
( tic. Green Cove Spring is also very popular that in this! direction lies another road to the : I In addition nine-tenth of time business, )lor' Such! un unsca onnblu fall a* we are now
with the traveling public as a resort, invalids ford's Housoto the pullicye.terdaynnd will has nut )been known for .
increase! of wealth in Florida.Union.Lscatnbta (ion[ of the city was destroyed. Los: about xpcrienclng( yean*
especially'contltg here from all parts of entertain accommodate visiting! ( public u half million. All the building; : from Roinana Phe weather lies lM>en! tut bad, that many ot

the country North and South. The spring In the very best manner. A report has ICl'lIcirculatl,1 street, excepting Byrne1 building, -Migar-houseH have stopped altogether. (
The steamer Admiral, mentioned in our abroad recently that I he Sanford ire! burned in all comprising' four blocs; 1'lioHo that are Mill running cannot do Ilalrtheir
the merchants is usual amount of work, uy labor!is ws
The i loss: to : very heavy a*
last as having been chartered by the 'Pen- House was destroyed by fire but it way evidently they have iust: received! their fall stocks. The carco that, although high wage are offered r Hv

enough to run a large factory, possessing sacola Steamship Co., to ply between thin I done by those jealoiit'of the jiopu- origin) of trio tire I it unknown. It started III !It t Iii difllcut to get hands on any terms, uml

great medicinal qualities, and constantly l ort and Havana, arrived last Sunday and I larity of this: well-accoutred hotel. The a building occupied by H.! Damlana' confectionary : the road art In such a wretched condition
store the inmate- which barelycmiHsl that the hauling of cane from tho Holds proeed -
x growing in favor with all classes of tourists. will make her initial voyage on Saturday opening of the house yesterday for the nea with their lire, two being severely very slowly, consequently. the augur m

There are at present t hotels for the accommodation next. Mr. C. Atmore, the general freight son is all the refutation of the nilsstatementneeded. 1 turned, and Haved nothing. Tho flame now In'ing turned'out will coat more for

of about one thousand guests, and and passenger agent, of the Louisville it .-We ce in I the Flundu Star of the might have been checked sooner, but tilt nuking than usual. All this will not affect
being out of repair wo in he set 141 l mien t, however,u* lit) material f l da tn. .
Kuilroad will be ( steam engine, a
Nashville a rom III./. Titimille
passenger 1st published at on Indian ti
: dining winter and early spring they are
machine shop. The (]1Ietle and Advance age, we still think, ha been done to the ,
x always well til\cd. Arrangements are now this port, and accompanies the steamer this river, a notice of the incorporation eta rail olliees are totally destroyed. crop by the recent cold snap. .About one-

Icing made for the building of two more trip to make freight arrangements via Pen- road company, to be called the Luke I'oinsctt The fire lasted for fight hour Five block bird of the cane in ,hilt fccction had: wo-

hotels which when completed will add sacola to all points touched. The Admiral t Rockledge Railroad Company( The pro jll the heart of the city burned. Palafox Earn, aalrtUllylx't'u crushed, a largo |>ortonf
Wittich'ti to tl middle" ) the remainder is wlndrowcd and we only
( e
street corner
, largely to the accommodations. The soil, is commanded by Captain 1V. N. Cooksey, puwd road will be two and a half miles in of the block, oppowito'( the Plaza, i lit swept iced two or three week of fair weather to

lay of land, etc., differ much In this part of Is a feide-wheeler i about 550 tons and U length, connecting Lake l'u lu.'tt, which is: dean. The fire tuIIIJCtt| on Governmentstreet enable u:* again to give glowing account* t

...) Clay county from most of the lands on St. beautifully arranged in every department on the headwaters of the St.; Johns, with at the City Hull cant ,und ono square. of the )'leltJ-. I/tl. S/&fJI&r.Illlu'l, ,

Besides being a fast boat the is! suppliedwith the Indian river at Rocklcdge, As naviga-. and back of the cu"tom-hou u west. Over -
Johns and Eastern Florida generally.
river 100( 't'taLIi"llIuelltlJ are gone, emhrudn1 the TUB l'LOIUlJ.U J01f-Th Dully L"" ;(,,r
Our lands have a good clay subsoil, and a every appliance necessary to comfort ion U more reliable to Lake Polnsett than nuin bu,,inef* building and turning out whom to tu enlarged antI with )Its column

large proportion Lave a good black loamy or cases of emergency. On this first it it to Salt Lake, at which latter j>oiiit the utxnitfifty families from their home, veil filled. The tVW contains the latest

The of trip she will go via Cedar Key for tram road from Tituvville touches the St. The custom-house, ttoMt-oillce.. ).Ierebanhi'Hotel
soil rich' in vegetable matter. lay and !
; Brent. Bank both office dispatches! Itintiirprnaabletotbusewho'desire > | !
; the is rolling than usual in the purjiose of taking on hoard as passengers Johns, we presume it will be a greater con- :
country more both lIew.ltUl'eJ'llUunn'sthan e, Wrl ht'li the latest new*. It U ably conducted,
Florida, giving rapid streams, good drainage exI'O!>hnastcr Key, ]foil. W. B. yen lelwe.-&m/urJ Jvuriutl.GEXEHAL dry-good house and the count clerk'otllceurcamrng and a sound pcntovrutic khect. yf.

'and making the whole country pleasant Thompson Superintendent Railroad Mail SU"OBU.There was a very the well-known building; *burned. .

I and diversified ; plenty of good high dry I Service, and Col. L. M. Terrell, Superintendent ouching; seine ut the Scandinavian Club County teen saved Clerk hilt La:record rue, for, but the whiledoingthU fifth time in hU A NEw 1'Arm.-IVu welcome, with!| 1lewt... I '

Bridges, the very best places for the making Western Division Louisville it Nashvine lloiue, at the HwedUh' colony, on Sunday lit own residence burned, and he U huntng Lire the pionevr newspaper| of the ftouriiliing J.

pC orange groves and for all semi-tropical Service. The Ailuiifdl lisa len chartered General Sanford; WWlluk'AlIJ1 the Swedes to ; for his family. village of Grt't'n.e. 1 Spring, which ;

Bruits, and the places for building homes, at we learn,until May, and will make .come and Bee them on that ,1a)'. On arriv The railroad depot and adjacent mills bear a* Its name The G,<<,. let &j>riy .:,?llf

r they free from Insect jots and sickness weekly trips until that perks when in consequence lu;;, he was met by all the t Swede*, their seemed certain, and a locomotive the IttfOll1l1 U an eigbt-pago weekly, well flllea Wu. fC
: are light tired up ready to pull C'urnllUuy'lIallt *- EJi t
[" almost unknown to the residents upon of quarantine a suspension will wives and children, in holiday attire, filling equipment' other l/I'f'ltCrt out of town.MuchluUering locullifuitnatiottatal' 'betoken "fj'orofI;j y '

em. These are interperv d with a fair follow,-/VuMcafti Advance. the 'building; which wa decorated with : ; must enue. The fire origi l. O community. ; ;

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young gentleman your cousin! -can I be of cat, !besides ) full "
being of
Wondrous any service to him ? lie would, perhaps, ('orn: impression in 11'ytlbnrn'sutindi'asthattime blood\ between them Unpopular masters!
\ are.all the secret shapes like to have his horse saddled" confident"Thank you, Captain Wythburn, I am boy would make a fine fellow by and by ; have been waylaid in the "stand-and-deliver
\\1 But That silent come and go, Captain Wythburn 1"! the can manage Iler.'c shall be to while Ralph was quite in the mood to admit fashion, and unpopular fremenlJla1trl'utl'l1.
( sweetest blessedest of all, :\11's {Grantham! 'I opening presently, If I mistake: not." that since' he (Ralph) could, not marry There arc faults on both sides' of course ;
Is the Spirit of the Snow. "Dick !III"! and Vsrl>lici1 I Wythburn, "gr.iss: ridge his cousin: she could not have made a better but I think the poor fellows, many of whom

A There was no doubt about it. During his furrow, and over a series of wattled\ choice: than Captain W .thhllTlI. arc, with their families' on the borders of
I spirit ever with blind gates, with the swollen
eyes!!, !brief : for a tin Mi." been peaceableif
I absence starvation would have more
something come to his For ,
And silent feet and swift, the last time, sir, will "
A Spirit white and beautiful knowledge which milled I possibly: ) angered I, "I nm obliged to for you exchange solicitude? II.--'TWEXTYSEVEX.We J :' : they htul not been led on by a felo\
him. Had Sir V 'rilIllHI Lady Gainford. his your take of and called Gliblip' a delegate from Lmllol,
In the dark world adrift I Captain Wythburn, which 1 am I is well a leap ten years, raise the
1 own good friends: and Miss! (Granthan's- meant, but I shall stick to the sure" curtain in the garrison town of -. The is about as shady a lot as you can conceive.He .

To and fro, up and down, cle! and aunt' rallied him on the subject\ of "If you can, you unlicked mart'(1111I"! said scene! is" the cosiest room in :Major 'V -tllhurn' is qualifying for the House of Com

She walks the frozen Sea, Ralph Waco's romantic attachment to Fan \\ythburn to himself )bitterly quarters. The dramatis personaarc lulils"'I
Up and down, and to and fro, ny ? The cause of the surprising explosion ('OIl1C on, then." ; adding aloud the :Major, )[rs. 'r 'lhbllrn-more matronly, How have you managed to weather the

She wanders silently. (it was their first misunderstanding: ) stood /Thc moon, full and unclouded behind but none the less comely than the Fanny storm? "
erect and defiant Miss: Grantham read the them, the was Griinthain, we knew ten years ago-and her "I? 0, f.1irlrw11 Thanks to some un-
consequently: shadows .
F'or'neath the kiss of her cold feet telegram, and said to Captain Wythburn : by the hedges and gates were on the land cast sister. : tabs," a lovely girl of seventeen, expired ontruce kept on when our

Orow flowers of strange device, May I beg of ;you to request\ the messenger : ing side. This was a relief to (the mind of- marvelously like what Fanny was: at that rivals: order. Now we are
Yea to wait? I desire to confer with alluring producing for stock. If timings do not mend
glittering drops: of diamond dew, my Wythburn, who, notwithstanding: his disgust age"Needs
And lilies wrought of ice. cousin alone on, the subject of this message.: felt that, for FUIIII, "s' sake, lit imt t as must, etc, is a proverb my dear, we shall have to follow the general example
It concerns hUll which and retire from the conflict. I deplore
far ) applies to a case of this demons
possible!! save the from strictly
boy the
0, she is fair, and very fair, Wythburn bowed and and retired of his )blind conc crvell the Major. "Thesull1' doing so. I is sad to sec people starving
t An angel with blind eyes, "Ralph, how did you come? ejucnces first ,gate together the folly mare with They took deal the from the worshipful the Mayor of while it is your power to give them' half

She walketh in that lonely air, "I walked from Grey kirk." of moonlight to, Also the a good second :Shingleton.: who, I understand, is a pompons a loaf. But, ;of course, one has Indeed\

Or croucheth low and sighs.! NVhat 1 all tile way ? Twenty miles: ? Unquestionably! the spare.)boy could ride As ) little Quaker, alarming! and imperative hers to consider as well as oneself ,
"Yen.: And if it had been fifty it would Ralph, he would have fur i enough, lean assure you If he had his Dick, if it had not been for one member of
But when the have been all the ; sacrificed anything it would not be single our firm the youngest sort of connectionof ,
summer days are here, same. I heard from the but his pride to have been in the other sad way a troop of ours, "
And blow with warm sweet breath, Hurst that you were here, and as Foulstonc" : tile They were comfortable but the whole regiment! and halfabattery of YOUT by the way-
the third
She lies stone still in the still North, cleared out-be went to Lonllollla'lt night obstacle, and half the over artillery that would presently !be quartered "Of mine? "
Yes, in a trance of Death I I gave myself leave of absence fray llo when two across succeediugfield hi the borough of Shingleton', in order that Yes' Knfph Wace." \
gamekeepers to that
t not trouble yourself on my account. unseen by the horsemen, up moment his: worship the :Mayor might be enabled, to "'hat iI"!

+ AFTER .JtE.tNl" bal'S.I.SEVENTEEN. ]{a with I.I deep cannot troubling"You," she guess rephell bolted.the ground. Thereupon,the rose mare suddenly shied and na fect.preserve) the public peace with pruper ('1'- and.O land, he has surveying been away these from tour orchiectuf) !

the contents of this ?" "Idiots !" shouted Break it, you mean, Dick." has proved the salvation of the works Time/

Yes. Ills i from Foulstonc's drudge, one the way look after 11'ytiuburn'is\ ; that "Yes, Fanny," interposed Babs-a name men swear by him. He gets on with theta \
Halph, you have been most: imprudent." of the best fellows 1 in the world for all that :Make for you the bridge fast your'r'gllllJO: You? she yet goes by in this: affectionate circle in 11!I confess I (,310t I only wish he wcrel
Fanny 1 1'This I from you ?" I presume Foulstonc is: back: again. know inc. as as: you can preference to t that of )[a1'a riot generally here now." V\
o Yes He I is Captain Wythburn.. Boy, stickto does: when soldiers\ "'hcre is: ho, then ? 1
my poor boy ; even from inc. I on his way. You must get lionn her I Stick 0111! She'll baiipen and civiliansget
admit t justice of the reproach lurking in before hint; Your: friend telgraphs'inust."' Wythburn, giving the Ient'rous face anything.beast. heI i I together. ".At our other )place, in "-ull. "'e have \
( \leition. I have not been The : Upon word girls! I think also: difficulties there But be may turn ,_
your { : only indiscreet boys comment inarticulate, but i It rode two sharp cuts with the went oil my you arc
whip "
but cruel.! signified rebellion. "at to the right. However, there it is. The fidgety up at any minute f
score next
Tho slender handsome gate, hoping to catchup follower of : Fox has sent for and "You think lie could smooth matters rover
( youth of seventeen "Recollect, Ralph, how much depends) : on t the runaway before she reached the beckon George" us, "
who confronted her in an attitude which denoted your succeeding in your profession When the borders of the field beyond should we must go. ?
wotinJed ridc vet with face broke out of i bounds Not YOU Dick ?" queried his: wife Unquestionably. And there is one matter
) a quivering ;you : h'forl'-to meet she land !safely on the other side of the
with emotion which owned a deepersource I, mt-:Mr. Foulstonc declared that the next quickset edge for which she lofty Well, I am not so sure of that. I have which will need good deal of:smoothing; ,
was: aiming. I fear. We have in our employment
strove to fashion a rejoinder, but time should bo the last Ralph: dear Ralph, Along the hedge and i it an an overseer
forming, jis were,, the I
who is obnoxious to society.
failed lie darted a wistful look at the face I inn I (Setback to Trimdon tu-night part of it, were a number of trees \\ you never came honestly J by,
of the beautiful girl who leaned toward himso for m.lake.." young murmured mischievous )111T\'. rather at a loss to say why.. We have been
standing! at
: irregular intervals.
The muscles If Ralph Are you partly concerned; in it, lady told that we must! dismiss him, or take tlconSlfUelll's.
compassionately, and then lowered his of his month stirred\ with! could I guide the !!l'Url'clIHIC r so as to ('!'(' my ."
gaze, betraying nt the same time the agitation conflicting emotions. At length he intir contact with those there was one peril the malapert"-- "
t of his feelings by the way he handled mured : : less \\' 'thhurn did not wait to see. Lenlplug asked"Il hat is the meaning of malapert, I lick?"' "To. take you the have dderminct- I allow no

her dainty whip, which hum absent moment Since you desire: it, I will try." the gate he made straight for the beck. she. demurely. consequences coinmitecs to
he had taken of. She attired "Theresa dear She kisser Saucy, Marv-saucy: rl'ltit'cIlll'. "Now insolent delegates or despotic
if possession: was good boy. The boy had got fafcly over the hedge but The is skilful and
; listen.: I have been thinking it'you were to control my alliiirs. man
4in a riding habit. Ilerlight brown hair Wl'i'brnhleJ him Now, let me help you what bad happened to him ? That was not zealous in interests and he shall not be
Yon go Whitetowcrs: with 1I Mutinous: [ :\ hero, our ,
beneath of the nattiest hats !I'
one : ever the secure seat which had
the admiration
compelled number) of malcontent
seen in the How One ]hand, the right, was "Yes." She rang the bell. To the !ser of 'V .thblltl. It was the seat ofji we might spend Christmas: with the"Ingle- cast workmen out because headed a a designing demagogue -
ungloved. This she held out to the youth vant who promptly responded, she said\ :: drunken man. bys"' according" to their urgent lle.ire.'e : he In The object of timcirrcugnanee
appcalingly. He shrank from it though "Give this: to the who !is wait "Stick: ? say Must go. .
as messenger : on, or Ilte'J.lrowlI! \ you !l" he is married man with a. largefamily. 0
Yes. 1 have
apprised the Colonel of thesummons !
from the approach of contagion. Suddenly ing. She wrote a fl'plto the shouted.In 1 "
handed\ from Shingleton and I wish "'ace was here, added ]n-
straightening herself and changing her luau- telegram and it to the servant, say another minute she had pluiiged into in the most delicate that it gleby"wearily.. "Hullo !11Vhmat is this: ? "
manner might
per, she said : fag at the same time : "Tell Hindley to sami; the turbid ,
stream and
overgrown was: being .he desirable for him to hasten his return by Tlu-y had neural the gates of the groundsof :
nnlph'ace, you forget yourself." die the mare and :Mottle. \\'hl'n'OU have borne away by the force, of the current. of ill'Itlll'r that I 1I1l1k'eIr.y Wfiitctowcrs. Surrounding the little

"Ah, Fan," he replied, "would to Heaven done that, get cook to give you some sandwiches Wythburn also: ) plunged further down, at a couple days at Shingleton with may a second lodge, which the keener in his: alarm had
i I could l"! -a good -and)bring them hire where appearance
many a point owing to the intervention ofa troop should be wanted,' promptly locked, bolted and barred, were
more men
The piteousness of his:: tone disarmed -her. with sumo brown sherry. ..\lId-I stay, give curve in the heck, the current was weaker. \\11I110 come? And think will massed a murmuring, restless crowd of some
She took his:: now not unwilling hand into my compliments to CaptainYytluhuna, and loud God !l" lie exclaimed ; "has the be Vi'k't' you you three '
both hers, and him toward I shall be glad to see him for ten minutes lad fainted required hUHln'llll'n.
t drawing genU" say poor ? "I to both Stop !I" cried a commanding voice, as
confidently reply 'yes'
her kissed him the forehead. There in the library" The servant :Mottle[ !may
upon departed) by the heel and hand admon questions. Ingleby i's: a :sort; of distant connection the carriage approached within fifty yardsof :
were tears in her regretful eyes as she did it. "Now,notch make the best of your time. h bed," answered with the docility of a dog of ColoncrWliortlcberry's: through the gates.:
After some moments:: of pregnant silence the Eat; a.s: as ever you can, and take at to \\' 'thbutl'3 urging, and was: soon upsides Mrs. Colonel "', and I rather suspect lie The coachman obeyed the pereutptorysummons
youth said : least "half a )pint of the sherry, it will do you with the mare. Ralph appeared, has an interest in; Inglcby's '\'ork'l'II ." ) : with singular alacrity.

".Why was Ill)' last letter returned un good" dazed, and his face was covered with mood.Dashing \\ but Dick," interposed labs, "if it \\11 dares! stop me? exclaimed In
opened?" ]tut, Pan- handful of water into the lad's .
is: serious service are going \ and not gleby.
you upon
It was:: her turn to appear confused. Leaving "Not a word, you have promised. I will face, the captain took the bridle out of his parade, would it not\ be better for Fan and "Me, Rechab Gliblip !I" the rc-
the mantlepiece upon which she had soon return," and she left blip flacid hands: and held it hort," while he me to remain here?" .now ned delegate and rl'Jtie'd stunted

II leant, she advanced toward the one bay window Ills: unspoken )protest against being ,pressed: him down upon the marc's neck A very proper question, Dabs," observedMrs. 'smooth-shaven! heu\-jawet Jan of-1Kj}';.
of the morning room (always regarded treated like baby. expired! with the appearance Then welcctingji part of the bank : : "'vthlturn. "I should not care to go .We have come deputaton-,' "
us hers Mabclthropo Manor), and replied, of refreshments lie was almost famished ''learl.1 to nilonl somewhat sound! foothold to the Ingk'bys for pleasure, if"- Of three hundred Ingleby,

J in. a low voice : : and he had a long journey before him.He Mottle[ ,vigorously at it, and by that Honestly, Fan, interrupted the :Major, contemptuously.
I Because it was right.'* did more justice to his: cousin's catering time almost exhausted himself, succeeded' : in I do not think. we shall he required to do .Xo, Mr. Ingleby, of seven. These downtrodden

tight !I'e arc cousins::!, are we not, Miss: in her absence than lie could possibly have hauling the mare and her helpless: rider any real work. God forbid that we should. sons of tile-these representatives

I Frances Grantham It had surely been no done had she remained. He heard the two ashore. Only it is my opinion' -and I have no doubt of that labor which pcrvidestyrannycal employers
more than cousinly) on your part to have nags brought out under the window, and To dismount and get Ualphoutof the saddle also the CulllIl'1'lthat the better show we with capital-is here to see that we
read my foolish epi Ue.I also: the sound of approaching voices: Fanny and laid on the grass was!! the work of a make, the sooner\ will the trouble be over." do our loot)'."
It was because I was sure there was folly was returning, accompanied by her lover. few brief moments. All the devil was: out "How far is Whitctowers from Shingleton Is this: gentleman your mouthpiece,
beneath the cover. I thought it wiser, kind As they entered was evident, from the expression of the mare, and Mottle was: engaged in the ?M men ?" asked Ingleby.

er, better, not to break the seal I Nay, hear ) : in his: face, that Captain) Wythburn tranquil pursuit of good grazing. Consequently Five miles." .He is: ," was the ready reply.

i)' I me," she proceeded, staying with a gentle was also acting under! orders. Nevertheless\ the Captain left the j air to their Are the Inglebya nice people," inquired Now, sir, what do you want?
deprecatory gesture the hot reply which was with an air of courtesy, which betrayed nota own devices, and shouted "Hello !" repeatedly Mary The committee of the society has passed

ready to leave the boy's lips: not in m)' de !!scintilla the feeling which had stirred directing his voice toward the bridge. "lmmel1 eh', My jolly old friend, Frank, a resolution, unanimous, that the overseer
fence, for I have none, but in sorry explana him in his: former interview with Miss: The two gamekeepers appeared almost at you know, was in the army. They generally Peck; must he instantly discharged." j

i J tion. It is:: true, we are cousins, Ralph, and Grantham, he said! : once in response to the summons. have a house full of folks at Christmas, "Indcedl"renmarked! Ingleby, cynically.
I deeply regret it." )11', Waco, your cousin's lightest wish is Which of yon carries a spirit-tlask?" and no end of fun I suspect, however, they "Anything? "

Regret I" law tunic She informs me you must: reach Two flat bottles containing whisky were will be quieter this year Well, dears, if I 'c'es: thl'r his sir," rejoined :Mr. Gliblip,

Yes, from mv heart of hearts. Had wo Trimdon to-night. I-pardon me"-Ralph handed to him. can arrange it will you go ?" with energy "There his! The comectee

t not been akin, !Ralph, it is scarcely likely was about to speak "I believe you have "Thankyou, ono will do.,' Of course they1 would. He might! have has: likewise passed: a resolution, unanimous: ,
I we should hun met." placed yourself in her hands.: I was about The administration of a few drops! had the guessed: that. expressing their regret that the firm of Hinglcby -

"Well ?" to say: that in order to reach: Trimdon in desired i ctIed."Cupital The Colonel arrived next dar Apprised Grceiibow and "'acc should 'mn e demeaned

How old are you, Ralph ?" time it is necessary: : you be guided across !" said the Captain. "Don't trouble beforehand of his coming, Major Wythburn themselves so far as jine with
I You know !I" the country for the greater part of your\ to speak yet I can see what has hap ]had lost no time in dispatching' his wife and bother firms', and the mayor anti' corpora.t1)11

I "I do. Sixteen years and eight months. journey. You ride, 1-" ',cllell. Your head came in contact with a sister to \\'hitdoweTl, lie telegraphing to Inglcby of Shintleton seeking! the haul of a
And 1 ani'twenty-one." Captain "' 'thlHlrn, I can be silent no dough of one of those trees. Take a little ) at the same time a request that they military force-which one of the butchers is:

Ho had blushed at the mention of his age. longer. I.elull11o a horse, and depend uponit more whisky, while I see to your injuries. might' be met. by your side, :Mr. Francis Hingleby, now-"
Her voice was tremulous as she declared I will find my way. Ride !I" All, we'll soon put this: right. It is: a nasty Colonel Whortleberry was decidedly of Hear, hear I"t'rumtimenten."To .
I hers. "','thhurn shrugged: his: shoulders tear, but beyond that and the loss of blood opinion that Major Wythburn should at trample upon the rights and the liberties

t And thut is your reason, Miss: Grantham, fill I ph,"she interposed, this is no time (which is, perhaps, not much of an evil in once follow Captain Skurrick to Shingleton of the tiling hoppcrativcs of this
J for"- for nonsense Of course you can ride, but your case) you will have nothing to mourn with a second He, the Colonel, felt borough. '

"Do not call me ,:Mlss Grantham, Ralph you will have to bo guided. Remember it over to-morrow 1II0rnin,.;. Here, you men, ,positive: there would be mischief unless: the Dick, you butcher, you arc not afraid
One of mv reasons"! is: htecplochasing hyjnoonlight, and not between one ot''ou soak this handkerchief in the Mayor were backed up, he would! not say in arc you l' whispered Ingleby.ythburn .
And the) others:: ?" the flags." beck wl'iile the other holds: up) this gentle vigorous:!, but certainly in an ostentatious \\ smiled.
Here is another. Captain Wythburn, I am ready," he rejoined man's head." manner. These unconscionable workmen "Are you done?" said Ingleby, addressing

F this i is cousin! Ralph Waco.,' l'revehtiiiglus petulent,abrupt departure During; his remarks Captain Wythburn must be overawed. the delegate.
.Although my there was dramatic fitness in the drew him toward her and kissed: ]him; had made a thorough: examination of the Next day! saw Wythburn at Shingleton, 1 lmaum."'

the en.'i of "the other reason" Wythburn, in expectation of some such wound!, and produced from his pocket-book engaged !in solemn conference with the Worshipful Very well Then listen to mum) answer.

whom Miss Grantham introduced, his appearance demonstration on her part, having with- a piece of court-plaster and a pair of scis the Mayor, the Watch Committee, The Luke Peck, remains with me
1 r at that moment was accidental. It drawn to the window. "Good-by, Cousin sors. the Town Clerk, and the Superintendent of as long as he does his duty to my satisfac
j Hashed across her mind that pride would Ralph," she said, "do not forget to writl'S ." I um an old campaigner you know, and Police. 101.ur Ill'muUl for his dismissal I

r come to the rescue of the bov, tllU11'rillellhl. ..\ ho hastily made his was across: the I never travel without little things of this In the result, it was resolved to be watchful I despise is more than tyrannical, it is110wnright
His acknowledgment of Captain Wyth- landing his progress was: arrested by the sort Now, then.,' and wait ; to be fully prepared for an I insolent That is! what I have to "

burn'a salutation was frigid. For the in- sound: of a childish treble, and the pattering He wiped the blood from the boy's face, emergency; but, above all things, to avoid! say about him. As for the soldiers let me
of of feet. and with much skill and gentleness, appliedthe which Mr. Delegate it is onener'lIne
I btant he was a man, with U man for an ad a pair tiny taking any steps might provoke a tel you to
'. Looking the youth\ over from Cousin Ralph cousin Ralph I Are you strips of plaster to the"wound. breach of the peace. ul"like yon, than to any other cause
level versa) fronting eyelids: : but withal good going away? Fan said! you would lx sure "How do you fl'e1uow ? \\') hope thou sees," said his Worship I that appeals to military aid are necessary.: ):.

"'vthburn said : to come and see Babs. ])on't you see me? Ralph replied : the Mayor to Major Wythburn, "that the h'I," continued! he, turning from Gliblip,
naturedly" 1'ardbn intrusion. I thought 1 am llabs. But Babs i.s such a big girl, "AM I right, thank you, Captain \\ -th-\ sight of thy men will suffice.! The town is and addressing them, in tOIl which rang
my Uncle And did not knowme burn,' than it and unless tin dearly through the ..
alone. I met Nabs on her to the Cyris says you more pacific was ; ) night air, gnyc this
i were and I promised to bring way you to Cousin Ralph) ? Uncle Cyrus said! )'OUwont.lll't. (All the devil was out of him!) thing fresh occur to excite the angry passions I mischief maker the sack. Send him about

nursery, and comfort her with the ." Well, nearly. Take some more whisky. of the unemployed multitude, I think Ids I business, which is: not, and never was
assurance her I must that go will be there by and by. Yes, darling," said Ralph, catching up Stretch your legs a'bit. O, you'll do! Now, thou mayst make up.thy mind to a short J licre. Pack ]him off; and believe me, mv: I

her you Fan eh ?'* the lovely child of seven in his arms, "I do. mv men, if Micro's a hayrick handy, get, stay with us. And I say mindst thou, the 1 men, the soldiers will sooij follow. ChristoI'her '
You. will see presently, (Good-night, Babs." And for reasons he suave hu,' to rub down the horses; mind dry shorter the better." ] drive on."
Yes:: yes : thank you, Dick, ofcou1'le.:: could not have explained ho rusheu out and the saddles.. \ There is? Very well, thl'nlIot It wus Frank Ingleby who put Wythburn The coachman f
to bring her to dressing-room instantly obeyed and
Tell nurse my work. We shall want them again the
to presently. in of tht. rout of the
1 waited for Wythburn. possession matter, as liorsts l lashed into 1
i action,
on her way to bed be time to look for buddol went oft'at
You can have your choice-of mounts: There will no the pair were being driven to Whitetowcrs great I
There pace" shower
withdrew. was I a of
Captain Wythburn Mr. "'IICl'," observed his: escort: "If you YoUr hat, but it will. not hurt you to go to an early dinner. a of stonesnul
volley coarse
110 strongly lperceptiblechange of expressionin homo bareheaded. Now, Mr. \\ ace, will vituperation from t
still take my advice you.tvill ride Mottle He For the present thl'Iajor'::! sleeping quarters he:: exasperated men, which
face he left the ;
his as room provoked from
:: haughty ::
out ) The mare has done no you be guided by me? were at the Royal, along with [ 1
was yesterday. Captain Ingleby a fierce 1
and the felt it. .\ reply
there change youth only to the
was a '
work fur U week "In all things Captain \\ythbuni replied kurr l'k. He did not consider it right to nugor. uulble 1
change that exasperated him Drawing u "Thank: you, Captain Wythburn I prefer "'1\('(', for l"unll"tlllake." take up his abode ut Whitctowers for a day 1 hey
breath inarticulate were loyal to their
which was: either an : tool and
( deep : the For Fanny's sake, with all my heart, or two. took greasy ,
mare. : tiisugly
menace or a igh of relief, the boy Hung We to be cousins-you means of vindicating their unshaken -
are able to
If Wythburn's thoughts had found words Ralph Be return by nine? of course; you belief in him.
away the whip,' ejaculated hoarsely:: : an observation to the effect that it wouldserve and I-so we may us well be friends. There s will," observed Ingleby, in reply to a question _
t "I am going, the conceited young coxcomb right: if my hand on it. 'Now, getting to Trimdon, as to the probable duration of the dinner r \1.Ithe and the carriage \\'Qi fairly out of
1 -'* Not like that, Ralph. "Not yet Not until he did come to grief would have been the with an hour the l best of your curmudgeon and of tlueruspe.t there was of his being Christopher ange 1 were subdued' by

you have forgiven mime keenly audible result. of a chief, is quite out of the qUl':>lion. likely to leave quietly afterward without s aid : Ito a steady trot, rf'thhurn

i 'What have I to forgive? is moon above the mist as they left Therefore we will turn up cross country breaking up the party If; by any .Frank, let
there The rose mo turn back
"O'S') much disparity as work and take to the rn:1Ilmlu haiyy} ,chance, your own man should fail with and brim ui>
between us is not measured by mere years.:: the turnpike and struck. into a bridal road, thought-we can stop for a moment at tntierhill the charger and he ivou' --the town you htrau- sonic of my troop. This looks like bad Lulp
r Those! holiday flirtations wero pleasant tome skirted tin one side by a sombre plantation Junction, and ask about the down quit enough willll'nelou ahorse n ics-s. :That ruffian will never rest I
firs through occasional openings of which or you 1 las ''p aid you back in '
regarded of ,
until I aw how seriously you train ; it may have been llela 't'll., can have the carriage. Well, without own coin
dared not tell the were dimly visible evidences of fir Cyril'scareful boring; \ no! Let him
them and then you 'o,1ck ; he will find
The rest of the ride was as pleasant as the you with details, you must know that when ]hat
The roosting {
truth I was as good as engaged: to Captain }preserving. pheasants disagreeable.. Ralph's the bad times set in some of the masters here both for him and h dupes,
of it
first hail : 1
inutllod footfalls of part the
-t ',VYthburn then. Yet it could never have low paid no heed to the f. wont comes-and it will I have

ruined and those who
erewhile acted were held
sulky demon that on did Min faith
the horses but number of rabbits scuttled I uionhis m the goal
dear Ralph. I was an sense of fellows-wc
been .
my-poor the face of my
\ appalling
better the biclt1ugofullrl"lUlh,1lun" We'l.
manifest nature at c hold
the an
with and Here briskly out of the track to until
old compared you, UI you obtain assistance.
iKjnJon boyish conceit, duced the of the
: was pay
smiled through the rising tears, "110 :: of the mare and the mt'Uncl'aIdiSl'Ompl.lsur cUlht..llrl.leaml grumbled material 11> liat! js matter now '"
the IIf ltalph."Now drowned. The down train wa rh'-h"c ; the men but they wont on 'horses
forgive me." followed the Mr, "'aloe,' observed Wythburn, minutes behind tinge An accident had happen working. '''e reduced it again, and then 1 l IV6.cast Ly laru lultl up and in tin
knock by a
A reiuptory was reining in Mottle it is not too late to re { l to a J.-ulI.Is.truln: and blocked the line. they turned out. Weary at length of Idler uf the lawn 'totO at t1
earanco of Captain Wythburu. with \\ "thburn ness, of their own caution larll in front : .
When Captain they
handsare Ralph parted j to
make exchange. My '
handed Grantham an enyeloi'5. lent. Let us an one who had
He rlliss cousin to himstlfto resume work again but that Christopher
defined stronger than yours, and 1 have longer at } Fanny's put ; was lllpossiIll' t u halt.
saying at the same time in sharply legs. Then, the mare knows m(. Come, rights in anticipation: the return of on the old terms. From that moment .' 'ace. is that ?"

tones : Grantham, The there it J ti goodish bit of country to do beforewe lhe \'noru1l1 Wythburn to securtquartersfor :: there has been no j>eace. Continual friction .Yt-s." you

t \ tuass" A telegram ngcr wants for you The, Miss reply fa paid. This reach the beck.. She is as nervous as a the night for himself and the hores-the between masters and men has created bad I Your cousin, Ralph. This i Majr "

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Wythburn." Iiietii'ttl hy the master's treatment of theilelogate / 'lOXDEXSED: : TIME CARD 1.'loricl111 Western Hallway: to and! frlllll I M ALLORY'H \

Wythburn reached forth his hand and ( the men who had stopped\ his carriage '-I OFTIIK Savannah: and all Xorthern, taMern! anWestern .'I.OUln.Sl'IISIIII.* MM '1

1 \\ ace grasped it with) expressive fervor. Ingleby at the lodge gates were then returning( !, ('it ics.
rapidly\ narrated what had occurred, reinforced hy the idle\ hands of Moor l liII I ATt.NTk'' ( t'LFVl.4'1' 1 INDIA TRA! At Like\ City daily with the Florida ('c'II';
1\1Hln.1tlc.1 earnestly : and Fernyedge Work, t to Wh Itl't lI\\'I'r.. I I :SIT RAILROAD, tral Kail: road to and; from ,Tal'1."I1\ilh.-t.! :: Only nlrN.t ..II It' to Xon York.THE .

My[ dear fellow you arc the man of nil They were marching found hy Klvct hac PEN-INSULAR: I :: RAILROADtl Augustine, 1'alatka l-lnterprive: and

I\1l'nl\ could have wished to see at this moinent. lane in order to avoid the more direct 1'011.1 ( \\\ -
\ You must tell afterward how you from :South: Shingleton. .. A:?\U4t'MIti1tl..Nl At 1 1I.11.lwilllllih': with the Atlantic, Hnlf! 6" ,
came to bo Iicr to.night.Vluit shall! we "'Iu'n' w're'IIU when you left them ? I> HorTI'( : and West! t I 111.11TIlII: : it Hllilwflll1l1.1! froiFernandina
do ?" asked Waco."Nigh (iainesvllle: (Cedar: Key I IIl1tl

"Nothing." Whittleton oii Beck, less than II In Kfftrt I'tlruiinj; Iff, /AW.UOIXO with !steamers for Tampa, Key "'I."t 111\11 .J
mile oil'." i Havana.At \.
"My[ view exactly, responded Ingleby."Mrs. .
!. Ingleby has: asked me to join yoi And now," exclaimed\ Waco, throwinup : SOUTH.Leave ('imat talus'thee t three\ I times 3 weekly wit Ii : FIXE: STEAMSHIPS: l ::,
dinner but 1 fear-1 shall! have the staircase window and listening in- the People's Line and Central LhU'I'l1t\ : :- t In
at to forego< 2.1" .
Atlanta (la... I' !I.
lIrl.lll'l'l'1'l'roadl !" and from Columlws Kufaula: Fort (ln lH'IIIII'hll'ol.I IVISTII\: : .:X.S.l' .
, t that tently. "they
; pleasure.ou Leave Maeon[ ( 7. $$3 I'. J 1.
the of thit' lavii : a .\) \ and other l liver l mdingx. .\ 1'1'. HIXES:
\ will surely come in and see Fan ? .\ lI from\ margin ,
Leave I Brunswick <;5a... ti.15 I; A. j M.
I) .' said! the Major. were large! nmnher of men, many of \\ lionWaee Arrive Fcrnamlina, Fla.In.l5: .\. jLeave I. ,/r" and 1 sleei Lucas>imrand/Patent I'II rlllr I CoacheWoodrnlV i hitween ". ('ITY 01' I>.\ ...,.\S.
: "Presently. Avoid alarming l the) ladies. In. !saw, to his great concern, carried wea f. run daily -
) 1 h't'rmiaiitlimma..1:\ lO.oti) :; .\. ?.l I. (CAIT. RISK.I
TaUahaxsiv and Jacksonville.CiYJirick .
: gleby. (1 have assured your wife that there 1 pons. He"!shut down the window. Arrive Baldwin, Fla............ I 1.2."i; I'. >t I. ( t:imlit' connection
11111ou be that Wace said I t the I Major, some\\ hat warmly hierItetsai'ty.
is nothing wrong, may sure i: of I tho above :Steamers: : will leave
Baldwin for, Jacksonville' ; .... 1.I1):; ; F.lHJAi' : VL1F.T: ONE
I am taking steps! : justify the assurance I you are to Manic for my\ lingeriiijliere. Leave : i' i. for New York ("every Friday
shall know in time whether we :shall!\ ncoi My[ men\ ouirht to have heen prH'IItto Arrive Jacksoinillo' (Cum. Route).. 2.\; p. ?I. 21)ItI' Master Transportation.Ititci : !, t (to suit the tide). .

your help, Major.[ Ingleby is right. would t give these fellows the reception they de Leave: I Baldwin(: :i for; Cedar"Key. 1\111'I > : This I line, having no transfers to mako

he l madness to have your men up here yet serve." Arrive Waldo (Junction P. II.: Ii!) .. 1.1 1 r. J I. mill Ocoau S4'atInboals. between .

Now go in as if nothing unusual\ had hap- r\tlhurJt-lIlI.. 'Tis hotter as i it Leave Waldo......... ................. 4.1'H I I'. >1.
penod, and, Christopher: \ don't say a word tll is." .\rri\'cllIinl.II\'i11c.. :;.li I'. >I. \ I,, u* S <' ii i,: i> i; i, i,: ij FERNAXD1XA: ) \ AXD XEW: YORK:\ ,

the servants I will be with '"ou\'cr soonIngleby 'What do you propose to do ? asked In- Leave (lainosvillo................. ...... ,">.'-"'II'. >I. Oilers thus

) meanwhile, say to Mrs.[ Inglehj' glehy. Arrive (.V.lar Key.. !11.0> :; I'\ >1. BEST: AXD I CHEAPEST I : ::: TRANSPORTATION : :: 1 )

t that you have seen me." i will how011.." Trains: Jacksonville ami North (If BaV --------.. ,_------. TO FLORIDA :SHIPPERS.Vegetables : :: .
It was!! impossible f for cither Inglehy or "'U'l. thereupon ntumcd to the d raviI1g win daily. fi

Wythburn to 1'1.the\ ease each of then\ room anti said: : mail:>\11 NOKTII.Leave j caoICca.'I.OICI: } { n.\ J and Fruits will reecho special\

stimulated ill his conversation indoors. I It Lal1icI: mu-t heg of yon not to he Cedar Key. l.l. ,\. >I. *'-----_* I 4,--_______. care in handling.PASSEXUER .

was apparently the most agreable of reiinions. alarmed." I will deal with this: misgnideiinoh. : Arrive (laincsville I :5.'.11 I I .\. >m I. : : : ACCOMMODATIONS} :: ARK
The lailies in excellent\ .
were spirits
Oailll' \"llIt. :
Leave A. M m.
and Babs overflowed with fun. As crossed!C the room to. one of the : ''' '' '
Ralph Arrive'mihio ((1'. It. 15. June.). !.1.15 .\. M I. liP;' I N 1 LAN I D ( 1
Ingleby took it upon himself to quieth windows, Fanny gazed at him with increased 1.1'U'C111.111.. 1 t''..V\ .\. >i I. The t traveling public are oll'ercd t the adMintages !-

close! the shutters of the dining% room whicl!. wonderment. Arrive Baldwin................. .........IH.l": r. M.I : ''I.a I DIRECT)l : LIXE I:, WITHOUTAXY \
was on the ground floor and( overlooked the This could not he the ungovernahle! boy .11 II < AT CO .1S l. .\ X "Z ( 'II.\1 I N(I/E:4.: Connections made atJacksoiiNillo

lawn ; and enjoining Christopher: to see tall < of ten year's hack 1 Mary'simprcsMonsatthal: : I Leave Jacksonville (Cum.'Hlllltc..lLt.\) .\. M I m. S'I'I---_: I v with I all steamboats for all I

the fastenings in the rear of thc house. moment would have defied interpretation. Arrive I1al.1will..l:0: :; iM I. )points on III(' St. John's' : Oiklavvaha, and

returned to the drawing room. That which' dominated t the nM: was a sentiment (\- Leave Baldwin\ : .:.. .. :.:.:. :.:......llVW: iM I. fjsStZSNo 'u' \I Indian Rivers: and! \\ith I m I lie Transit Railroad

Frank," said Mrs.1 : I Inglcby) as been' of enthusiastic nil iiiirat ion. To her Arrive Fcrnundinu.: .... 11.10: I'. >i I. kr- .... 'I at Fernandina all railroad stations

tcred, here is Mary[ dying to introduced this: ncwl '-follnll cousin Ualph was, at that Leave Fernandina........ ............... ;a.I.I'{ t M 1. ,.." ", .. I )") in FloridaUREW1IT

- t to Fanny's old sweetheart, Ralph Wace." moment, the 11101 splendid\ fellow in the Leave iirunswick..l") p. M I. ....&\\1. ...)I,4..Itt4'1.. ... I I AND I PASSEXOER: } RATES

1 Is she?" replied[ Ingleby, interrogatively world-a hero out and assemhled out I ) under the. Leave M[ (' ) ,\. M I. ._ "."...;.1_ -'co',......."..", ..1.1!...!.. ,_,!" ._-!," AS: 1.0WH 1XDIRECT 1 ) : L1XES.:::
Babs blushed and 1 bit her lips. :She had. Tho'iuen were now :< Arrive Atlanta (!a. l.t. v. M I. "'
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not a single saucy rejoinder ready. window., Stepjiing out upon the halcony,, Trains to Cedar KI'YLIIIl.lIlh:: of Baldwin : ::;; .<; rt-Th rough, Rates: ami Bills of Lading
Let me tell you, Bah: ," observed: 'r .th. and standing t forward in view of the malcontents Sunday.PENINSULAR to all\( points.:
burn, "that our cousin Ralph is handsome! ho exclaimed in a loud, resonant daily except SEASICKNESS: \ : No OCEAN: DANOEIl( : For passage or further information I applyto \

than ever."" voice : I : RAILROAD: : I ,

I have always been given to understand .Men, I m'I'lll1nt ask: if you know me?" ( \\nhfa Il/'ll"rh.) R. \\'. :-:Ol"rIlWIl'K.:1'111." .

; that Dick thought him a gawky, conceited We know you well enough," was the UIII XII SOUTH. Tin I: SII\MKIJS I : Fernaudina.

-:, t coxcomb when they met ten years' since,"' reply, IlIillll'll'ith; : cries of Hear( what he Leave Waldo Junetion....... ......... 15.00 .\. si I. ('. II. M4I.l.Oit0..,
remarked with touch has say,1' It's Kalph: Wace," and (no! i ion .. CITY Or ItltllMJIlTOXAnil I'il'r1: ) East liver\: New York. 2-ti( )
Mary, an amusing olmalice. : to Leave Hawthorne............... ..... 7.10 \. si I. ..
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I master.: Arrive Loihloosa! .10 .\. siUOtXO I).' "'11) CKAICK.
.. Babs !I" i interposed Fanny, reproachfully I "Now tell me what do you want ?" I.OKIDAM) HAVANAfEEKLY
: (lIITIl.LI'a'e
,. I never said that." Our rights: ," .1.hlllll'cII'k:: thl.bllll.k. Lochloosa. .(") M, _
\ [ FAST I MAIL[ I SERVICE.I'vrformcd : l( /:.
I Peck "Send hack the. !>soldiers were
Well Fan must have said something leg w
you Leave: J (Iavtl mm'rue..1 M.J"l \ .\. I. p'" THE I I: FAST-r>!t
r' ) very like it, or how could have got the t articulate' cries: which were hurled Arrive Waldo .I\lI\I'lioll..l.I.i: I'. si I. -

it; into my head ? I was hut a baby when I in reply to his: question.! Trains: from Waldo to Lochloosa I ': : and retun ..----* ----- :?t. -,
:saw cousin Ralph, you know. I could not Let some one speak\ : for you ; some one I Tuesday Thursday and Saturd.iy.COXXKCTIOXS. {{ l'I.:: : ( l h'lt'i; : }:: : : ': J JCity \
have heard it trom you Dick.) You never know.i i .-__<11'- .____-'
seem! to care to talk about my cousin now ; There Wai1 movement in the centre of \ 4"l.
Fanny docs." t the crowd, followed hy the elevation of Mr.ilihlip l ATLANTA.: -1.1 I N 1'Sh'umt'I' : .--

This was double-barreled shot, which ( ;l the delegate, upon t the shoulders. of Close: (111i11'Ctiimh is made at Atlanta: (; ..
effect two of his idolaters.: ( by I tho 1\1"\111111 I elegantly
I'rolluc'dlJIlomcnllll'ily confusing
on 1111111'1'011I1111 points: North, Mast: West: am appointed
of llri. >
both Wythburn and his gentle wife. Mary "I will speak! \ for t the downtrodden ami Northwest: daily.
was decidedly distinguishing: herself iirtln'i t : the oppressed.: I will "- AT M I \('ON, II,V., ( '.ti'r. JOHN) ( FITXUERALD;( : : ), according to I tho following\ !schedule :
little war, or at any rate this little skirmish Men," I broke i Wace, I protest against! U'avo Cedar Key on Tuesday IIIlIrnill .
Kufaula Columbus) (!III.
.I With Trains: for Waits at Fernandina for I the! [ollela111I11
of words.: that I'cr"on-a stranger and a professional ( I Passengers: (from' Savannah I m leave i by steamer
and New (Orleans.AT ) .
What I did say Babs," observedVytli- agitator-being put forward to represent 'Oll. Montgomery, Mobile : Thursday: night Vegetable Trains of thoATLANTIC t City( of Bridgcton on Saturday 4 p.l III. LeavoFernandina

burn smiling\ was not that cousin!: Ralph Let me urge you to remember what is due KKKXAXWNA: .'1.\ or Jacksonville by Transit Railroad
( I 1'\ 1.1"V isi': I INDIA l )
was ill-favored, but that he was young, conceited (to VI yourselves law-abiding men. ( ;ioliomeijuietly. With Xew York and Fernandina\ Slcam : train Monday morning), Arrive at

and uncomfortably precocious. He Come and see Mr. Inglehy and my- ship Line from New York on Wednesday: lit AX: It K&'yVvst Wednesday JIIorllJII Arrive ut

was. let me sec, as old then as you are now, belt hi! the morning." 10.iOu.: in., and for' Xew York i pit Friday, lit PEXINSl'LAR: I 1 RAILROADS: I : \): Havana Wednesday afternoon.

Babs: al1l1 "- ".\1111 clearly understand from me before, :\\L,M p. in.; from Nassau: X. 1'., on Wedne.s. Returning, Il'I"'I'lIn'ullIThllrlelllY I even
Obviously the likeness! does not end you come." I-Iliicllngldl\I 1I.11illlt"okl': 11afur; Nassau: X. 1'. on \\\''\imit.m.hmy. lea\ing ("{'lIlrl' Street I Dotk, direct I 1 for Savannah. ing. [.1'11\1' l Key West! Friday IIIlIrllhi Arrive

there-that is what you would say, Dick, ifyou that Luke Peck shall not be discharged With (Georgia and Florida 11110111.1:11':1111':: Passengers and shippers: are assured: Cedar I Key Saturday 1 morning I (and at
dared. Thank you ; you arc very complimentary from our cnll'lo 'IIIl'lIt. .And further, that I III lilt ('0. from Savannah:\ on Tut.,, \Vumlmmesminy connection at Savannahith:: I tho steamships Jacksonville! \ and Pcrnandina" by Transit

I am sure. Wait till 1 I see myooffsiu neither )I Ir. Wace nor myself will listen to i : Friday ami Sunday ; for :Savannah;: tin and trains for the Noith. Railroad Saturday evening and at :Savannah:

p I" '/ : Ralph, I "- OilY demands: which are backed up\ by Tuesday, Friday and 1 SundAy. by steamer City of; llrisigetiomIomuslmiy morning

.. )[Wace," interrupted aservant. throwing threats.t With Charleston !Steamer: (U"'. J"/W'1f und SciiiuiciIat'Id ('hirk, ), t thus t forming t tho "shortest possible" sou

open a door, and ushering in the subject This most unfortunate speech! was followed l l- City J'Il;"!) from Savannah:\ and' Charleston route between tho t United(! States and Cuba.

of their ('on VeflUtiOIm. b,' a storm of howls and yells. Wednesday and Sunday, : Savannah:: and CAIT. I' II. WARD, PASSAGE i: .\1'IoH.:

I have already hail the pleasure of seeing The oil which "'uce had thrown\ upon the Charleston Monday[ 1111Fri.I\ :,,'. I Loaves I Con i I fro I4lrl'l.tlol.k I every Wednesdayami t'liliin. JoJ.C"llrItlm.HI"'lIlIlIlIh .

yOUr!. Ingleby," said llalph, in themanly troubled wlterwa inn blaze I III vain heendeavored With 141t'lIlIIl'r"rtl dailv to; and from StMary's :Saturday: for :SAVANNA I II I, touching at to I Havana.$.'(: (00) $ IM (II)

r music of whose: voice Fanny found obtain a hearing.Wythburn (!hL., and semi-weekly to and from BKFNSWICK,8T.I ( : SIMON'S) : DARIEX I ) I and }Fernandina to I Havana..... :IMUOJacksonillc ( :'WOOw
no trace whatever of the tones of te'n yours! able to endure the uproar no /it. Mary's[ River landings., DOBOY, JA.. .' to Havana :000( : MTIIK

ago. Continuing, he advanced to Funny, longer, now drew forward with the intention AT llU.mVIX: .'1.With ..\., For ,staterooms anil I tickets np'ply to LEVKt :

and said warmly I am very glad to see of speaking. Live O.ik) Tallahassee and .llt'iiioriiiKlit. ALDEX'S i ) : 'l's in rI'.t ()tllrt'ms.t4avmuimmmuhs .
Trains far !C
: ,
you, 1'flhh.Vliy, it seems an age since we The sight" i of timeIajor's uniform intensified ( lu.01'11I'1' Bull I and Bryan
ill points III Middle immid't.4 !Florida.!: Steamers are connected lly Through Tarill
met : and, you! -well, you arc not u bit altered the ferocity of the swaying, yellingmullituduto trccls. |11.| A. ('ALLAN[ Agent.
i., except a pitch of frenzy. The roar which .\T i.orm.ous\: ..\., with tho Atlantic, (lull'We"t India Transit 1"I'rlllllltliIlU-I.4tlllllllt I I Hotel. A. [L. MEI-[ I

.' For the better," interposed the Major greeted him excelled in savage volume all With Steamer; '."/111 for;, all points and and Peninsular Hllllrllllel".IIII.1 via Savannah LEN: Agent.Jacksonville.

heartily. "Thatriswhat I tell her Wace.1 (the concerted sounds! which had preceded andings on Orange( Lake, mi arrival of Pen- with steamships for t Baltimore, Phila- \ -Corner Bay I and I'i lie .I rects.A. .

j \ "And you would have been in the right, the outburst. nsular llailroad: Train. ildphia, l'York and Boston. C. hAN1'iIllI'( :, .\ I'IIt. a

if Fanny could have changed for the better. "'ace was hy this time seriously! l alarmed AT OUNKSVIU.K: :, H.With ..\., lor :tah'-I HI H'III'4, Tickets: and all 1 other St. .\II II'tllII-UII the Bay. II. F. ARMSTROXO (
this but he did not lose: his nerve. When the particular*, apply' to t following Agents
But that was! illlpu; iule. Why, cannot Stage Line for Ol'llia) ami Tampa on iind Oniccs i, Agent 'o-tf
violent of the crowd hail exhausted ; ,
I be Babs ? more Monday[ Wednesday: \ and I Saturday:; ; from ; Fernandina, ( J. I. Roumillat -- -
It i is indeed, cousin! llalph," replied their fury he would try again to make himidf Ocala a'nd Tiiesd.iy! Friday! and Sunlay. \ 1"la.-C'lIl't. flnr'Unat IIIltl..a: !
Tampa ,
Mary, with an air of artful artlcssnes.s.: heard. It was evident however, that Agent, (Cent t re :St., \\1"11141'1'111\1111I HIT// I rc 1.
Savannah, (fa.-Cor. I Bull I and I Bryan $ts.
1 can hardly believe it. 1111hcrc he intil one cause: of their. irritati'lJthe sol- ,
H.With \
ATCKliAll KEY: Pulaski I ami Scrocn House.
removed the I opposite
glanced at How like! he said to Her"-MajorVythiburitwas ,
himself, while Fanny.his heart heat all the quicker estoration of Ralph's influence was impos-! Tnmjiii" 14t<'ulllhlCO.'M: / Line for '' Jacksonville, Fla.-(Wncr I Bay and Pino .,----. 0.-- -..-
Tampa and \ ullah'l' Monday(i and Thursday, :its.: I Dr.) L'Englo's I Drug) Store; .\. I.'. 141mm.I I f
: as: ho recognized in the radiant beauty of the bi IIll'. ami for J \ and ; ,j ST. JOII.NS | J CITY I'OIXT j
ut 4 1'i. m., l'y'c't Sunday ihero Ticket A. L. I I !
Agent ii migerfl irs
s ,
f fair girl whose hand he still held, and whoso He was alxmt to beg both '\ '\"thllllrn1111 at I| ; I't, I ,
tull'II\'O him alone in the halcony Thursday, Up. III. Agent.St. ------ --.
beneath the somewhat intense nglehy[
4 eyes: droped With the UlJltl'tll4tull'1\1I11, Havana Fast
:: Augustine, Fla.-On the Bay, 1 R.: F.Armstrong .
t expression which dwelt in his eyes! as it was .vlien. something he saw inthecrowd wrungfruimi ; )Jail Steamer, Admirnl for 1'1'.t:. Ha'llIlI.Cllila. .\ I'III.
not tho habit of Babs' to droop before him gasping: exclamation, expressiveif
eyes: arrival of Train C"'I'Tllt'lI '
Almost at the same moment ho on Special 1 P.datka, Fla.-Lllicnthal I I Brothers .t ( o.gcllts. .,
; : any one'oI-lll're: was another edition of the horror lay afternoon, at -1.UO) p. m. From J itavana, .\ .
:r( I"llInyrantham/ he had loved so blindly iwung himself halfround, and hurled W.thhurn (uba, and Key'ei.t, every l4uturtla\.'. Spc-:: it'STAVE: LEVE.: :
into the room.
had 1 IIlItllnj.ldv
and p:1.iionutd'I'ar! before. If I
dill train to connect.With .
met you in the street, Jlals-niay: I call you They had not time to ask what he meant icnoral: ra&sfngor" Agent.W. -
for tin1iuwannco '
Steamer ildteferiJm: < r, points: on I" BARRY,
there and
Hah!' ? when was a rcportofagun,
Uiver 'I ha.r'.iiays at (IS i
.. on (h'III'ralg'I'lIt.. Savannah.
A'ace fell forward the edge of the hul- '
\ es: cousin llalph. upon For information respecting routes, rates, J. X. HARRIMAN: : [ i l Fcrmindimt, I I f'irJII'buIJvio I I I(
Her voice was unusually low and sweet duly: shot. "rU.I.It'u\'I'
she said this. They told him afterward (it was Fanny etc., apply' to 11 )[ullugl'r. ,I and intermediate turnings
; A. O. MvcDONKLL: [ -- ----- --- -- on tho St. John's River, and :Savannuliml ;
who told him that had he not -
had Babs )
"I should have started as though I anti
Oen'l Ticket and 1'as.s. .
Agent. i ST. JIAKY'S UIViiC: IMCKKT. Charleston, as folows :
his body between I Dick and 1 the
!seen a ghost. You are so like Fanny. But, thrust. : I) 1XWEI.L: [ Major, let me have a word with you. I will 1 charge "-had lie not received in his !shouller __._ __ i From Fernandina

not detain you more than a very few min the duck shot which was: on its: way toick's : : ( :, PENSACOLA: )[ AND I
utes.!' ) head-Fanny would have been a wi ( ': RAILROAD. FOR JACKSOXVILLE: A.M.! 1'ALATKA
::4 t' The the of low and Whitcto'wers! that dreadful 1
withdrew to
two men recess ( MASTKU TIU.NKIIIUTATIOX'H OmrK I P IT EVERY: : \\'lm II\: ;
one of the deeply cmbaved windows of the light, and for many a night afterward a ALL.\JlAJ'riEY., FI.A., Fcliruary 3, Ix.*.'. jOn c c :_ .- ; ,
spacious apartment aim conversed in low house= of mourning. The filed: of tho fehotipon und after [ If" I From FiTitamlinaFOR
earnest tones. the crowd woa imiarveitius.'Jieii they I 'rMHE I I i: HTEAMEIl: ;! I'l.OltA.
trains of this road will run an fol-
At the end of their conference, Major aw it was "'a'l' who was hit, a sudden si- I.a.'t.ngl.r!! -A- CAIT. JOHN' RICHARDSOX( : SAVAXXAH AM. CIIARLESTOVW
Wythburn wrote something hastily in ujKHkctbook hence fell upon them which was broken at
and the leafto Wace, who, last by one who said what had happened l'AR.H'xmm: : TRAIX-EAST I : BOUXD.xave ) I WILL[ RUN OX THE !ST. MAIIY'H: ltIer \'- lVFItFIliIAY.4': :
gave Lest. t'hattahlludll'e..llaily at..... :2! (flO I' M. during tho season as follows : ;
begging to be excused fur a short time, left vas bad and shameful enough. worse lose conncttion made with ntcamcn* ,forlelloiivillu
the room. things were done let every man there betake Leave Quincy................... "" 3 fl v. M.tiveTullalia I-avo.ST.. hll\'III'\'lm\; ))'\ V and" :\ \ und I Enterprise: ulxo with stcamn f

On his return, the conversation was reuiiietl himself quietly to his }home. !Mi'.. Ulnif.( M..cave '1'Hl'RSDAY: MORXIXU I ut 0 o'clock, for for Ockluwuhu River ;also ut Havunnuli

l to Mary's novel delight. His attention And the hfll.Ii'rnut being wanted, trot- Monticcllo 7 Hi I'. M. 'KUXAXWNA: ; and" will leave FKUXAMUXA: with steamers farew York, Philadelphia, ,
ti ,.ille......... ...... 83Si: )f. H for (; PINCKXKV
was mainly bestowed on her.s for tt.'tl back to Shingleton. rave fl''n ., amu i lays ut u. m., .uip loston: and )lnlthIlMt', lIII ut Charleston with
read to LeaveIumlisori.. Ot>I SF. M..cuve ind all liltt'rJlll'tliatcallin/ \ on the river.Uturning .
she not enchanted "On his back most of the time IItl'tIlIll'rfor! New York, Philadelphia.' Haiti-
with Fanny Mary's apparent was success nearly as she should (by Babs). coddled and made much of by .. Live Oak................. "" ..... 2 15 A, )1.Arrh.l'Hu.allllah. EVERY: 'ILTI'SI.tziruil: ;) Fill- lore. und! with orthl'njh'rll.Hellth ('orlu- i

have been. Babs vas yet a child and-well, veryhody! in the house, llalph owned (to U (UI) A. M. 1)\Y. will arrive ut ST. MAUV'H ut 5 p. m., na'Railroads t\T routes North, East: uml'IILSTCLASH t
he had changed much during their himself i ) that he never in all his: life sitcnt Arrive Ttiomoiiville 055A.M. ouching; ut .FKUXA.SPIXA.: \\'tot.
very wish talk to her such a dreamitily.delightful Christmas. \\ hen .\irnve Alhan.v. .10 25 A. M. On WEDNESDAYS) : ) und SATURDAYS
!long a separation little about not old to times. to lee looked buck it was to think thankfully of .irive I ikuClty. ...... 33.: ) A. M. willlt'U.o Sr. MAHY'M at $:.'t0 a. III., and camuhe I'AKSENCJEU! : ACCOMMODAT10XS. .

just".\h." said Fanny at last: to herself with Fan. His future ? Well, that was laba| ",rri\e Baldwin................ "" ...... (\y \. M. chartered for excursion to1)iiagciic.w ,
it Is entircly.Tilult'y" jfaynziite. .\ e Jaekxonvillf 7 60 A. M. Through Tickets; and Stateroom* t-viirr l
Irrational "I >
quaintly > : l'rol'ert
regret aum .rrivc Fernandina........... ...... :340 ]>. M. "' uu.1 all information funilxhed ut oflice, t-ur-
because I to be old woman.
um growing an J
Thereupon she and Mra. Ingleby resumedthe THY THE Arrive iuincNvUle 5U P. M. / ml other jHiinU of interest In the vicinity ncr (' utre und Second: actn't'b.
JJ ::10
Arrive Cedar .
Key f. M. e. A. :\ )
never-ending discussion of the great fir< Fernandina.Through. _,2'th '__
t henic PABSKNUKIt: TUAIX-WIT: BOlJXD.ifuvc .
--servants. OBSERVER
The booming notes of a gong were vibrating NEW YORK Jacksonville .daily at..... 5 ;'SO j- M. Hill*. of JiidIiig <;. r. .\-at", .

the house announcing .*-ave Fernandina ......It) &; ) \. M.tave .
sonorously through MALLORY'S; LIXE: of Steamers; to ull1"illtJt
that dinner served when a servant TIllS (Jaincsville.\ ........ ..... OW A. ... r
was .
the !St. Mary'n.Close
apjieared at the door and said some one Leave Atlur Key ... ...... 4 3D A. M.taue on
Baldwin 7 Oo p. M.
wished most particular. Connectioniade
to Mr.
Ingleby "
_. t : LAKOKST J.VBEST FAMILY Leave Lake City.............. !9 40 P. u. I.J J'JmVSU BOAUDIXO KTABLKW.!
) The face of the man was agitated ,
/1. Savannah, ... 4 30
p. M.
broke I'M'Ell IX WE WOULD.7ff" cave with the Sew York and Savannahteamen
noting iu expressionace instantly eave Live Oak............. :2 15 .\. )of.J -'\ *. Mark all goods: Care of Steamer CARRIAJHS: > WAOOXS
off from his conversation with Ikibs.: The J cave Mudi.vm ... ...... 351 A. M.iaveJreenville "'/"(u, IVrnandina.: To und from !Steamers und Truim.COXTRACTH .,

Major made a step forward us iiivoluntarilyiLiiiaj if to accompany : Semi for Sample Copy-Free.-tiS "' 4 3i; .\. )I. (;ACCOMMODATIONS H FOR) PAS- FOR 1\U LIS'n, ETC: ,
Inglcby and the
; :of alarm. Leave Monticcllo 5
.. attitudes expressive" .\ Tallahat M-e............ ...... 7 (alJ A. M.wive thus! till a very attractive trip, as' the scenery
Wace Wythburn exclaimed YOltK Oll.IU'IU.13t ; : .. ... 30 1101UCjHJ; : -:''';. HA11XHSS.CAUTS : .
JK\V TullahuMM.... .... ? H A. )I. I" grand and! alligator und other game are
what this
the and bear
staircase" (.'OJUC 37 l'ark How, Xew York. Leave ( ........ .....10 OH A. M.rrive bundant.For\ AXD \\'JtGONi4.'rEitIi .
man to say, .\ C'ltattuhoiM-lii-e....... .* ......11 SOLA. M. further information applv to ; : C.\HU ;' '
the womento
They went at once
remain. TO XUIUHltUH.: 12 TEH: CO N S'lfISR.:: I JOJImelJ.ItfoO) 'l' iOfltee ami 8table--'lnt. t5tr'fft; near

The man': story was brief but.jortentous. SUHcmUE$1 for feix months. At Live Oak daily with the Savannah I 25-tf }'&Fernandina.. liroomim- S Street Wharf ;. : .49-tC: _




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THE FLO1 IDA :MIIUIOK.SA stands so awed by the august sovereigns I1IJIIGIl.tTIU1 I go to the enrichment of ofll<'c holders. 1880. THIRD VOLUME. 1881.Florida .

should have laid his mouth In the ground, Ai for "writing up" Florida. by immigration .4Till'-

I TvntAY; Ill'G'1JTIil.Tl18, 1880. put dust upon his head and three times is part
\ re- HOW TO PROMOTE: IT, AND, WIIKXCK. :: : 'lInt'r.1I! bureaux and ngento-tlll'tl': Mirror.An

turned thanks to John Kelly for the 12,000 ('O If: THE MOXKY: : To AIJ IT. of the world which has been more thoroughly .
IWllKAU OF niMWlllTlOf.At 1 : votes in New York which elected him instead the last dozen yearsthan
To the IMitor of the 1'lvritttt Mirror. written up during
the session of 18SO, with) much difficulty of Hancock. SIR: Yon ask for correspondence from Florida; nnd that not by jmi'l state Eight-1'age Weekly devoted to

r this bureau was organized and the sum But seriously General' Garfield f Is too much ) volunteer correspondents :'
but and the STATE.
different agent: by regular of
." portions: of the State. I hope THE INTERESTS
of$ ).000 per year appropriate! The difficulty of a man to slop over in this: sort of way subscribers! will your of nil the loading papers of the -
respond favorably to this
lit( in the way of producing any great re- Better follow Grant's'! plan food-morn; I Invitation An interchange of views Union. The fact is, the writing up" and (H:O. It. F.tJliB INKS, Kflllor.
.<. tilts with such limited lug," and { } reports
mean might well loot-h'e!I"SUI'EItINTJ advertisement of Florida (especially! its ml- -
I have of experiments and result, and coin- ?,fJO PElt ..L1XL1Lr
S discouraged the ,
had commissioner He NlL1VT lI.lISI.Er'S parisons of Illethotowill: doubtless! hate a vert foment ;in the shape' of official tax sale)>tili-! ,

I everything to do'de noro. Given a state ADItHKSS.We tendency to promote, the public interests.! I cations, has: been woefully overdone. : MinUOll has, since its (,
larger than the states of XewYorkl'e1U1s'I- I annually I I endeavored to furnish its readers
am willing to do That a considerable expenditure ment,
were out of the something in this
city on tho evening way,
I vania or Ohio! with devoted' to the welfare of the
of little
a population with journal !
the a
be made in encouragement
the state and hope to hear from might properly
superintendent of others interests
1 i over 250,000 soul distance education made' I many through State I reflecting nil its various and
extending of I fully be-
.500 his address at Lyceum Hall. We find in the I your columns Of course you should not nnd aid of immigration localities, as well as our own, giving such
from the capes of Florida to the Union the following statement of the points : he held responsible for the views of your lieve ; but not/ out of the pockets of the peo general' news and Information; as the times

Terdido, without statistical information, made in the address he delivered at Jacksonville contributor ; and, on the other hand, you ple. It should be furnished from the money afforded, discussing public questions fairly
with only the imperfect tables of the ecu- will not coming into the hands of the Trustees of the and has sought, moreover, an
: expect them merely to echo your us a family and literary)"
.sus of 1870, to refer to, expected to give a : Internal IamprovenmentFund from the sale of accl'ptahle'isitor of the blemishes of
t t many of the superintendent's own. paper' free from many
'full and accurate description of the lands, we concur but the proposition to tax cities I am moved to write now by seeing lately lands (swamp and others) in their hands. modern journalism.In .

resources, commercial facilities, production, in It is this fund which is: to be primarily entering upon our third year, we further -
for high schools is impracticable and violation a paper published amid one of the mostintelligent
a establish department in
etc., of portion of the desire to !
every state simplyto sale of these
benefited the
and increased by !
of the principle upon which common communities of the State a proposition which we ourselves, and we think the public,
visit which, devoting two weeks to each schools are founded. The State furnishes: gravely submitted, that the legislature ,- lands to immigrants ; and the interest thus will take great interest' -the history of our

"county! would have required nearly two common schools as! it provides common shall appropriate, for the next four primarily to be benefited by immigration, State. On the Sith of the present month we
years of constanttravel with the shall a reprint in our columns of
; public should be required to incur the expense commence
roads' but it years, a hundred thousand dollars
: there annum -
stops so far as! taxation is per of the most valuable early works on
for one
active and
practical results! concerned and corporations and private four hundred thousand: in all, to the necessary for bringing in immigrants. Florida, published in 17G3, In London, of
the commissioner was placed in the position More than this that fund nnd those lands title
capital must build turnpikes, macndcmizc Bureau of Immigration This sum cf money : which the following is the page:
of making the best use he could of the whole
should bear the ex-
would undoubtedly
roads and railroads.: So with the highwaysto doubtless, provide soft and easyplaces AX ACCOUNT OF
atcrials at his con nand. The pamphlet for a good and penses of their own management-expenses
knowledge above the many worthy needy
common school EAST: FLORIDA ,
"Florida As It Is" was published and now to a large extent thrown upon the
We have right to good common schools people, the question arises! where is the
WITH AJournal
widely distributed and did a good work in whose the salaries of
taxpayers (
and to good common roads and no if money to come from which the legislatureis money pays
calling attention to the advantages of Flori- more, the and other officials, much of f
called governor
to be raised by taxation out of the pocketof : upon to appropriate' ? To this: question KEPT nv
da. Wherever seen it at once led to n direct there can be but the whose work is not the administration of
the citizen. one alliwer-uut of PiiiLAPEtrirtx
correspondence with the commissioner asking the nlFairs of the State but of this property.But JOHN
jtoclctt of them in the
Good private schools arc always to be had people, wrumj from Botanist: to Ills Majestyfor
for special! and l'nerullnformation. Several this is too large a matter to be discussed -
in shape of tnjret. Is taxation low that
towns when needed. The suggestion of now so the Floridas;
thousand copies were distributed and : at the end of a communication already
the superintendent to raise a fund by specialtax we should! wish to add fifty per cent to the UPON

well placed, the North estand in Kurope.: on carrying arms is simply} licensing! aPractfco I existing rate? On the contrary, I submit too long. Very respectfully, etc., A Journey from St. Augustineup

: From this: foreign source little could be expected which should- be repressed altogether. that where, as in counties like my own, real It. B. 11. the liver St. Johns

I but from the North and Northwest Tallahassee December D. 1.1SO.SEXATOII .
a estate is assessed at its full market and ,
The devotion of the poll tax to schools i LONDON
steady stream of immigration of the best I :
and not unfrcqucntly above the price which the
class: has come into the State, and, the making payments a prerequisite: to itnowx's si'iicn. Sold by W. NICOM, No. fil, St. Paul's
pr'scnt the privilege of suffrage is based upon the owner, with the utmost exertions: able to ChurchYard and (I. WOODFALL,

season gives promise of a still greater principle that all should contribute to the obtain for it, the existing rate of taxation, The Augusta Constitutionalist gives a full CharingCross.Price .

Increase of our }population from the North support of schools and that no man should State, county and school is such as no agri- report of Senator Brown's speech at the [ 4 Shillings.I ]

1 west. Opera House, replying to the charges of 1705.(
have the privilege of electing legislators and cultural people in the world can live and

r Our commissioner has now l issued a second benefit by a tax imposed others who prosper under. It is t'aid-I know not how General Lawton and outlining his own This work was written by W. ST015K, M.

edition of the 'pamphlet in which he has upon : truly-that in other sections lands views and action for the future. I)., to call attention' to the advantages afforded

been able to present the results: of the recent neglects to pay his own. It i is the only way arc assessed Among the notable points he makes, i is, bv Florida, and to promote the settlement -
for taxation at tenth fifth of
in which a large class of voters: can bo made n or a otr the country. It treats of all the
,census and to give more accurate, although to pay anything toward the support of what they can ho sold for. Such assessments that in advising the people' of Georgia to natural productions of Florida and Its capa

necessarily brief description of all portions schools : our if there be such, are, of course, directly promptly accept the reconstruction acts of bilities. It will be published in full in successive -

of the State. This: pamphlet like the former in the teeth of one of the provisionsof Congress as inevitable and making the best! : numbers of the l'urrent'olume ofTHE
Professor Hal ley delivered his lecture
: MIUUOK[ tcilnitiin it literatim/ with .
.t Is accompanied with a valuable tnap of the State constitution which of themhe was merely forecasting the future .
upon our common system at Odd our every assessor mutes by the I Editor. \
.State. By judiciously i l compressing! 1 his Fellows Hall last night. and every county commissioner has welfare of the people, and he contrasts: : the Our readers will he able in this way to

amphlct into moderate limit the commissioner Ho regards the attempt to maintain an sworn to support. The owners of lands thus result of that policy in Georgia as compared obtain this rare and valuable work, of which
agricultural college in this State inexpedient ) General Sanford: was able to find only this
with Louisiana South Carolina and
I is able to multiply by many thousands ; does not advocate the maintenance of assessed, it may well be conceded, could one copy in all England.

the number of copies for distribution. high schools from the common school fund, stand higher taxation than required by the Florida. Early subscriptions\ to THE MIIIROli

There seems to ho frequent misapprehension : but suggests the taxing cities large enoughto ; existing law, whether for the endowment of But my opponent !says that the State of should he sent in, in order to enable the

to what such should support one within their respective limits; Georgia, by resisting my )policy and the re Publishers to determine? the number copiesof
j as a pamphlet contain the Bureau of Immigration or any other
favors: the granting of license to persons the paper require',1.I .
: some seem to think it should be a com who will carry secret arms and making them worthy purpose. construction\ ureSI got out from under I Subscriptions can be made through )Ir.

plete gazetteer of the State, others look for pay heavily for the privilege to raise/ n fund The proposition to which I have alluded the heel of the oppressor sooner than :South Telfair Stockton, at Drew's Book Store in

very full and flattering descriptions of everyPart for common school purposes ; would com appears in editorial setting forth the great Carolina, Florida! and Louisiana, who took Jacksonville, or by direct application to this
bine the with the
agricultural Address
seminary office.
This is
and '!leeiallythek own of, the of bringing into the State my a very extraordinary
'part fund for support of normal schools ; says importance men FLORIDA MIRROR,
State. Others would! like to>co it filled with the )poll tax law should bo enforced f. as a with\ capital for the development of her re statement. What was my advice? It was 2-4t Fernandina, Fla.

truo' prerequisite for the right to vote and the same given by General Lee that the ._
statistical tables. The idea of such a : ap that\ sources. Let me suggest that nothing tends
the proceeds to the school fund; says white people of Georgia and the South accept The West Paper I Try It I
publication it seems to us, is to present in a each county Isa school district, and \decidesthat more Powerfully and effectually to reel

narrow compass the leading facts and suck, the plan to sub-district the counties, ex capital than high taxes. The owners of the reconstruction measures at once ; T>EAUTIFULL'Y! i IL1i1STIlAT11)

(I' t few instances won't do that if all that they all go to the ballot-box and vote JL> TlIlHT -8IXTH YEAR.
information as will give the outsiders a general ceptin a / ; money will not invest in property to have

I tr knowledge of the soil, climate and productions the taxes provided for school purposes were that property confiscated by the tax collec for delegates' to the convention which was
r The Sci..uUllcmeric8u.
assessed and (collected the total from that to make the constitution under which they .
_ \ of tho State leaving the details of sourco of revenue would be $110,000: for the tor. The writer of this recalls an interview,

I I each branch of (information in regard to any support of 1/:_00 schools, but that three- only; u few years since, with a gentleman and their children must live, and that they TUB SCIENTIFIC: AMERICAN Is a large, first-

\\' section or locality to be obtained by correspondence fourths of tho revenue so authorized to be from Michigan, who with his: co-partners, try to get as: good a constitution as possibleand class weekly newspaper of sixteen pages,
their back the
f collected usually reported on the deficiency get representatives into Congress printed in most beautiful style profmtly ,
from local sources. For instance, was and had been largely engaged in the in both branches! at the earliest day illustrated with fitlentlid engraving,
lists. represent
______ __ i
____ _
0MSiblo. What the advice of General the
Tho of the was newest
lumber ing Inventions
a whole volume could be devoted to the business.: supply raw ) and the most! recent -
WHY vniaiiTEsr VKOVLE? Lawton on that occasion ? It was that the Advances in the Arts and
he South with Scienees-
I climatology of the State, but it suffices to material failing them, came a
it somebody month white people of the South fold their arms in including new and interesting facts in Agriculture -
Strange as mav seem, ,a
furnish such accurate and general information view of transferring their operations eitherto dignified\ silence and refuse to take the Home Health
or so ago, started the story North that we any part Medical Progress: ,
I as villbeofadvantagctoall-referring had in this city tho yellow fever a story as Georgia or Florida. I found that after visiting whatever in the election to be held for Social Science, Natural History, Geology and

f those who would desire to know more to far from tho truth as bogus stories are generally. both these: states he had determined to members of the convention to form a con .\stronolll)'. The mo: stitution under which they must live for papers, by eminent writers in all
:such special treatises as 1>r. Ken worthy's. make a purchase of some forty or fifty to come but to give that to the of Science departments
It is true that there was more than the years be found in the Scientific -
'I So as regards the history of the State, this usual amount of local sickness for a month thou\antlacres in Georgia. To my appeal, negroes the carpet-baggers and time scala American.Terms .

I is no 'part of such a pamphlet-there are or so this fall, but there has not been a case in behalf Florida ho conceded its advantage wags. South Carolina, Florida and Louisiana : ,$3.20 per year,$l.fiO half year,which

.1 J' _' Looks devoted to that subject. So as regards of yellow fever or anything bordering on in location nnd the superiority of its adopted his advice. The white people includes postage. Discount to Agents gold
that terrible disease for tho whole season. folded their arms in great dignity and said. by all Net sdealers.! Remit b\'l'ostnl order
I many things./ Few people will read through Tho unusal amount of rainfall caused. tho pine trees, but said "lower taxes in Georgia "'e will touch not, taste not, handle not to MUNN & CO., Publishers/37 Park Row,

bulky book or long articles-they want fall! months to be sickly to a greater degree have determined- to invest in that state." the unclean thing. They refused to go to New York.

information in as few words as possible and than i is common. The diseases were of thebilious .\motherflet.: There appeared the FloridnXew the |polls and they gave up their conventions 1-.\'1...\T .-In connection with the Scientific -
into the hands of the class
entirely :
t \ to the point. Tho commissioner's: !pamphlet type) and could have been guarded Yorker, even after the advent of a above mentioned. What was the result? American, Messrs.
against with the necessary cur\', But the )h'XN & Co. are Solicitors of American and
is quite large enough for general distribution season all over the country has been an exceptional Democratic administration into power, a letter The negroes and the carpet-baggers framed foreign Patents have had 3-i exleridice
years [ -
and we think he has presented one as regards sickness. In the from a gentleman in Massachusetts, addressed their constitutions; tied them hand and foot. ; and now have tho largest establishment -
filled their halls
judiciously the kind of information which North diphtheria has killed its thousands: to the (..editor in which he stated that ignorant legislative colored men, and crowded majoritiesof their in the world. Patents are obtained on
and fever has been unusually: se- the best t t will,valuable.. typhoid lie had sold out his property there, and was jury-boxes with i ignorance, and the white the SCIENTIFIC special! notice is made in

vcrc hl'ulthancI the the of leaving to take a New York people labored under this: curse until the AMERICAN of all inventions -
Toell1this city is very on eve patented through this with
..oENEn.IL Qd1IFIELI'SllU.11IGI1'1' I IJ )present cold wave will cI 'strnyall malarial! steamer for Fernandina, to invest and settle beginning of the year 1877. For nearly ten the name and residence of the Agency Patentee.,

t J The Position of General Garfield is an mrison. We may also add that the parties Alachua\ county, when he rl.'l'c \'l't1froml1 ble tears ordeal.were they Not passing so in Georgia.through It this was terri estimated By the immense!>!\! circulation thus given
: To whenever charge are putting all the streets in first public attention is directed to the merits of
-embarassing one say something friend a Gainesville 1lia pcr with one whole at the time some thirty thousand the new ,
rate condition 1 patent and sales
:1 called on and not to make a botch of it Another thing may bo said in our favor Irwidi'ule of tax salts adrertijemcnts This white men in Georgia took the advice given often easily etli.ctl'll. or introduction
those of who the r
by us
js di Olcult. We have patent outsides to that is: taking the population and comparing was enough. The sight of that advertisement measures and accepted went to the reconstruction polls and- Any person who has made a new discovery

help out the country press, but we have no mortality; with other cities of the size, changed his purpose, and Florida lost voted for good men as delegates to the con or invention can ascertain,fee of charge,
the whole I.'ar.l1Iul Jacksonville! will be whether a
for ) patent can probably be obtained.;
manual for to delegations.Grant (.null '. vention.
speeches and his
.nppro\'Cl seen to be one of she healthiest cities in the an intelligent immigrant ) These inside with the by writing; to ML-XX: & Co.'e also send!
did very well by saying, "thank you country. Your correspondent/ is earnestly! desirousto some of men us: outside, notwithstanding the of free our Hand-Book about tho Patent Laws

very much gentlemen ; I am no sjK'aker. The Sun and ]',,('s. shows a commendable see a large influx of industrious and virtuous great majority of radical men in the convention Patents. Caveats Trade )Marks their costs
and how
Good-bye.: Mr. Garfield has to bay some anxiety to correct an unjust aspersion on immigrants into the State. Ho has secured' for the people of Georgia advances procured on with hints for procuring
thing. Tho Ohio electors waited upon him the health of Jacksonville. "'0 had neverbefore not perhaps, as strong a i>assion as some a restored constitution to the under line of which prosjicrity.! they were. The soon intelligence paper or concerning patent for the

G t the other day and the brilliant thought occurring heard that any such rumor existed. others for the n.lrent.of rich capitalists. He of Georgia soon had" control of MUNN it CO..

'i to General Garfield that tho electors The statements! of the Sun /1I,11'I''s, are correct would rather see one hundred men come, the legislature, her courts and her juries.! Branch Office Corner' Row, New York.

h'ad always voted for the man who was to the best of our knowledge, and tho possesM-d! of from one to two thousand! dollars The world knows the result. We were yUshington! D.,C. F and 7th Streets
with the reconstruction (jl>
elected at the polls and he gives forth this :, putting buch report In circulation deserves each,'than one or eventen, posseted of through sooner than any one of the l'l.'rin..lmuch states .
: 'wonderful piece of sentimental bosh : the most unqualified censure. "'I. hope the one hundred or two hundreltimousaudcueh.More above mentioned, who rejected my advice : on.\\ i-

i They had never yet found an American Sun (111(11'rexs will accept kindly the suggestion than this: ho was taught long Since by and took the advice of my opponent. And : (I.S. _
to-la while the credit of tliuso
who failed to keep his trust as a Presidentialelector. that rumor calculated to injure the that wisest of political philosophers lil- : ) states in
j From this thought I draw this lcs>- any the market is unfortunately at a low j point
.sou, that when that omnipotent [sovereign State, giving false or exaggerated!statements mund Burke, that no young man, possessed the credit of Georgia. stands+ as high in the -

the American people, speaks to any one man charging a large part of its people with of a fair share of health and strength itjvr. market as any state's )in the Union.' She CONSIGNMENTS

t ,, ,and orders him to do a duty, that man is frauds In elections, with tli-Ior.lalul hostile lie would have men of all these classes floats without difficulty a four per cent S0LICITEI.t .\
solemn of obcdiscnce liond when !she needs to meet herengagements.
under the most obligations money
with us, cordially
sentiments should also meet diapprobatlon. comeand find homes among -
which can be conceived except those :
that the God of tho universe:, might impoeunion To some persons such statements: welcoming all men of our own race of what- On the contrary, if South Carolina Florida E. L.

him. Yesterday through your votes are as much calculated to create prejudicesand eyer political or religious faith. The great and Louisiana: had followed' my advicein PALMER & CO.,

through the votes of others in the and them to come My ll'it..>I. and sent such of their white leaders

amid various states of the Union, it is probable false prevent statements immigration in reference as to erroneous the hl.'althlIf question i is how with to get our advantages of soil! a* were not disfranchised, : as delegates to "-+.............................***........y.................+-

the returns: will show that ourgreat political We insist, that Florida and! its opinion is that their conventions, they would have secured : ; r\\

.sovereign has laid his commands upon roc.if iH-onle-are localities. healthy In all respects, physicallyand climate and productions, )'1.11ha'c but to conventions which would have restored :-.hOI.iuJ.. Fruit iealers.mi' !!

he has done so I am as bound by his will morally!! nail Why frighten l'l'ople" by hold out these three Inducements : them to Democratic rule within four years. .. .

and his great inspiration UI\ll.nuri>o e as: J such tale as! Hicks manufactured for campaign 1. Wholesoaio/ laws for the depression of Ami in 1S70 boards, instead at their of command:having Radical to count returning -............ .............................................. ,
could be bound by any ( (' human } purposes, and the stories published: In so that they may be
earth can impose upon any of universal crime, ri litlll enfortnl, out Mr. Tilden, who was legally elected
our own Republican papers(
and in
belugae and extensive: election frauds.JK. safe lmtimeirptrwas from brutality, President they would have elected Democratic BALTIMORE MD.REFEBEXCES .
therefore I stand, andauinwedby nbberyayunburglary' electors and their would have been noquestion
In that l presence c their property ,
about the right of the Democratic
the.majesty and authority of UlLTOyS JLKTTElt. -
In so far as 1 can inter- luul11ln"cn)'. candidate to his scat !in the Presidentialchair
; such a command. The views presented by Mr. Hilton are education of their and would
t ': of our 2. Good schools for the ; we now have paved
PreiultOsuYeieigmraImshall well and forcibly put. Our taxes are quiteas through fourea of Democratic rule ;
to realize of learning.
thl..huuht )U. The Bureau ot children in the elements ; Uev, O. P. Thacbra
high as
whereas we are just entering upon four more Fernandina, Fla.
should receive a larger: amount 3. Economical: government" and light taxation.fcothat -
them. Immigration years of Republican rule. Judge ye, whether Mr. Frederick A. Fleming-
retires that !It should be Increase its efficiency, but only a moderate their capital nor Hibernla. Fix
Tits only to neither any the advice of my opponent as taken bthl'l>e Mr. C, M. Reran
with the usual ceremonial of the increase. The proiHtoition to expend of their earnings ihall (states was better than mine. St. Augustine, Fla.

L 1ltndoo"tlmat prefaced; poor wretched body who $ll%OUO per year Is prei>o terous. cunsiderablejHmion (\31-21u)



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Sl'llllT OF Tilt S7:I Tl; I'KLSS. Professional. and lliisiness _Cards. + < --- -- --
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A. 11. XOYIiS.
iMMton\TIOX.-To a well balanced( tllt it AT Till FOriiKAK 1>11Y UOOUS UOl'ST 01J '
seems absurd) for th(' Radical of this
j press
State ito affirm that )Dot IK it-ratio rule injures: D ENTtSr: ,
immigration, when the late vote of I the:State & T. KYDD.E1)ltY
shows an increase in every Icumeratieeonnty I Fourth St., bet. Centre and Alachua, DRAI.KR: ixI'rotlMions. _: ;

caused, liy immigration to a largo extent
/ I.l.mor"4, Etc.AOEST : .
48 tf FERNANDINA, FLAw.ii. ---
It ha often been told that the |ut riot Nut: ,
intelligence and ability of the :State-: in the ---------- BOOTS AND SIIOES
Democratic party, and this: feet\ is fonlirnied t it. ('. nrnvr.r.. FOR H. 1'. AVERY ,t CO.'S PLOWS. GOODS, CLOTHING ,
,by every true-heartel, tenet Northerner e
who fettles in the State for as soon at he : ('ODI1OOIOlImCJI.XT: : : NOTIONS .\% I) 1',1N1'! UOOIIS.riMIE .
find that the Republican llarthefl' Uroni-: CF.NTRK ,
I>osedof; otlicc-seekenamN illiterate negroes CI-.NTKK: ST., NEAR R. R.1 DEI-OT, !: LARGEST I : AND .1 BEST I:: STOCK) TO SELECT: : Jo'HtnrT PRICES WHICH
alone he the )Democratic Mtf FERNANDINA: ) FLA..1IKS. JL CANNOT lid\: UNDERSOLD.Large ) ; ) .
.T joins partHe _n___-T_ _______ -- --- --
does not object joining politically with I FERNANDINA. FLA. shipments of 1\ 1,., AXI) WIXTHIl UOODS received: weekly
the blacks, but he does object to becoming,, ANNE ('I.\lUU ,
with them, the dupe of carpet-bag office- Hay, ('or.., Oats. jfcff" Wholesale and Retail. Orders by mail receive prompt attention.

seekers, and a. supporter of a rotten govern.tnont. ST., BET CKXTHE: A AI.ACHCA, New York Office f .rvitift I N.E.: Cor. Centre and Third
: ]ley. 1). A,11'he(1on( of Providence,, : .1. W. CUCKRKLI., J.O. T. WAt.KKR: rplIIRD 3S Walker Street | J. d' 'r. }} Fernandina, Fin.SANBO11N .
I'. I., who was!' visiting his I orange grove on WAI.TEU R. YATFX.pOCKRELL ,'
Lake Griffin short time since, said, "WhileI ,

am Republican North, the l'nrruptnl'-s: of WALKER] .t YATES::\, & 'HOYT"
the Republican 'party in your State would 11F.\tF.U IN TUB

force me to adulate with the Democrats, (CocKREM. WAI.KGR Jacksonville,) SECOND STREET: NEAR CENTRE: )
were I a citizen and this i is the opinion of ClioleoNt Fruits, and Vegetables

hundreds of Republican: who are now settling Attorneys and Connscllors'FEfNANRIN.1! \MIOIESVI.r.: ANn RCTVtl.:
in the: .State. Rev. 1). Whedon is a
kinsman of Dr. D. D. Wliedon, of New CON FEC'r10NEllIlrc.111iss' : ::\ : aiiooEiis SIll CHANDLEIIS J

York! who carried l on a political contro\ery : FLA. ,

with Hon. 1'. 1*. Bishop, a Yew months ago. Garden Sems, Flowers, Farm and AMI KAt.KUS: IXi : )

Again, while we invite and encourage Office IlljlillillCIl'rk/, of the Circuit Court. Garden Implements. 7 tf
capital Northern alone immigration that is building, it is: up not Florida Northern and WAI.TEU R. YATKS, Notary Public. 01 4t --- ----- --- -- -._- I HAY I I | ,:(/l I I I I OATS I I I I ItllICK I I I I MMK j I V.TV. I I

developing her latent resources, as the Radical ___ _n__ __ __ ____ __ ____ .tNGla, &v 'nnxl: ). *. -.. .,.--* *---* # .
of this :State would have be It
press! us ---
o. s. oAicr.s:
lieve.: In this county, for example, nearly AND I CONFECTIONERS, '
every large grove by a
41 and the largest amount of capital\ expelltl"lihere c ONTRACTOR AND HU1LDKK, cu0ICEGroceries : 2-lSMv! _

since the war, or brfore, has been by
Southerners. Of course there arc honorable u l\XfK.\CTfKKS: "" Cigars;, "" and Tobaccos, EUllCHGOTT BENEDICT & CO.

exceptions) for we hat"Northern men living) MOULDINGS.[ \ JIIL\C( ':-\, SAWED AND

among us, proprietors of large groves, who TURNED\: ) IULUSTERS.: : NEWELS, TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES.Weililinps :\.
came !here Republicans but are now Demo STAIR KA1IS, WOOD EAVES-: ,
crats. Tnol'UJIIIU'1'IIIXO}) :\ ( ,
When the Fun and /'ecxs makes: the :statement WKATHEKIJOAKD-: : ; Entertainment: and Picnics' Southwest, Corner of Hay and IMne Streets,
that the Republican party would. bringa ):\U; Axu FLOORING. furnished at the .shortest!' notice, at rock-bot
thousand immigrants where the Democracy tom prices, atANGEL'S
brings hundred," it prompted( either : 11AKERY) ,
through partisan hatred or utter ignorance, Stair and C'lmreli Work Centre Street,

for the administration for the last lour years A SPECIALTY. 2J1: ______Opp.old 11. 0.11uilding.r JACKSONVILLE, ELOUIDA,
proves it to be a false' libel against' the Democratic
party, and it will reo. wire much time ])001AXil:; WINDOW FRAMES ; ::fT It Yf3.:.\
and labor to repair the injury !such' utterances OF ALL SIXES.

from the press and stump) have dune ; Post Olllce Box 171. OFFER] JKKAT( : BARGAINS: IN
he State among a largeclasstif Northerners.The Jan 1'ernnndinaFla. Aa W. LOIIMANN'S
census! and the lute election !shows' that ______00-- __
a. large per cent of the immigration coining JAMES JI( ( ""I".X,
to Florida! is Democratic. FAMOUS- DDDD) } } RRRR YY YY GGGGG; ; OOO OOO ]DDDD I ) ) SSSSS:
A N D 11 UI L1) E R,
It is not our object to create partisan feeling COXT1L\CTOH DIIDIIHHHlm\ YY YY GGGGGO; ;(; :(; : OOOOO OOOOO) DDDDD\ } \ ) SSSSSSSGG :
but we wish to aid in repairing) the injurydone repared rionr. DD ]DDRR) RR YY YY (; GG; OO 00 00 00 DD) ]DDSS)\ :
the :State by the Republican party during Alachua Street, between Second and Third, DD\) II\\ HHim YYY GG OO OOOO on 1)I))) DD\ :SSSSSSGG ; :; :;
the late campaign,,in misrepresenting!' FERNANDINA..\. -- DD) DDRR\ RR YY WHI(! 00 (U) OO OO DD\ DD)) SSJGGGGGO
/ Democratic party in regard to immigration. ]DDDDD\ )) RR Hit YY OOOOO( 00000 DDDDD) \ ))) SSSSSSS:\:;
If Governor IHoxham is enabled by the legislature Orders and. estimates!' from distance carefully ONLY FIVE CENTS: \ : PER] POUND. DDDD) )) RR RR YY GGGGG;(; ( ; OOO) OOO )DDDD) SSSSS:\ :
to carry out his broad immigration attended to. 25tfFertilizers.

and !public school policy, his", administration. .__un_ __ .__ __ -
will be the grandest in the South: since the .
war, and we have no doubt but that it will -- G-tf AT OLD P. O. HUILDING.

be.-Snmtcr Ailrancc. J. X. KOHSOX cV:: SOX, ++4+++4+++44 CARPETS, 1\[A'l'l'J N G ,;:+HrFLOOR ; +
ii. i:. OTTIUIIC: ,
Hox. W. P. H.\1oI.t\-lr.: Haisley delivered .
: his address on "Our Public System," ------
Hall Wednesday evening -I I Commission" .llereliaiits"" I 1-
at Lyrntim H 11I.\,
-last.) We regret to say that his:. audiencewas FEHX.\XIHX.\ ?
exceedingly small, and speaks badly for OIL CLOTHS WINDOW' SHADES.
the appreciation\ shown by our citizens
educational subjects. )Ir, Ilaisley explained
themselves!' strictly to their Flue Flintily Groccrlcs
the dillicultics of maintaining a public CONFINING
school system in so sparsely a. settled Stateas : :'!, respectfully con
schoolchildren sign nWII t.. LATEST NOVELTIES: : IN
in ours. In counties containing AXI I)
enough to fill only four schools,
the distance of settlements renders it necessary PROVISIONS.Customers .1 1++++,1 1++j
increasing [ 1.'I: n".I.IZI: u.s. j
to maintain twelve schools, thereby ++ "4+ ++ 4 4. ++ ++ 4+ 4+ 41+_4+ 4+ 4+ + 44+ ++w 4+-
the expense just three-fold. He -- --- -- -

some touched valuable: us upon that other suggestions.l.'JOO: difficulties schools Mr.are and maintained Haisley offered informed for This over: business twenty years has: been, and our we have special endeavorel trade can rely upon netting CHOICE 1;; DRESS G- O SS: CASHMERES,. ;;

in the State of Florida with an annual income to furnish our planting friends a PUREARTICLE GOODS, nsNOTHING 4* ++ 4+ 44 4* 4+ -4-+-_-4+.-++ -4+-_4-+-_- 44-----4+---4-+--j>+-'--4+---4-+--.+--+-+-4*+---4.--.+.

1 of only $1L: 0,000 and shows by actual and \'ontinue.lpatronage i is --1:1--------------: I1 I--
figures that the State of Florida pays a larger our best indorsement. We are prepared to ++1 ,
on property valuation for the fill orders for all kinds of Fertilizers together HUT THE: FINEST URANDS
percentage maintenance of public schools:' than does with our Cotton and Corn, Fertilizer: and CLOAKS, ULSTERS, SHAWLS and FLANNELS. .
Compound 11 l'h !' ,.
New York, Massachusetts or Ohio. In the I1P.hut
J. N. ROHSON:; fe SON,
last four years of Democratic: administration are kept in htock.
GG Charleston, S. C.
school hOUSl'thave !
twenty five per cent more .
been built, fifty per cent more schools: : I OUI.U> A ( O.'S C. BAUT. II. 8TEITZ. Mno Department (is COMPLETE: IN EVERY: : In:' l'ECT.

established.thirty-three\ : and ft third per in cent.the (1. HART A CO., OUR GREAT: CARPET: BALE, commenced (Ill the 1st of this month. Over 50U
same more length pupils of taught time,that and ever taking an average ..................................................................... Importers and Wholesale Dealers difTVrtnt designs of ItriiNNcN, ami Wool (.rl.eN nre now oirered at .

the schools have !been open longer. ,,'e i
i were surprised to learn from Mr. Haisley'saddress i .il" Flal1'iiilLR'tij1H i NORTHERN PRICES.
auul onietle
that fifty-three and a half per cellt. ................................................................. Foreign STRICTLY
of are unable to read
Fonda's population '
and write. The address:. was! exceedingly interesting THE m'3TT1I1XG Fruits, Nuts, ete., NICE: BRUSSELS: CARPETS]: from 75 .eN. upward to ftl.lO.WOOL .

and sets forth in strong terms the CARPETS; from J3 C-N. to $1. 5.HALFWOOL .
necessity of educating the masses.-j-prellf. Nos. W, 57 and .">!, Market Street,
for FALL ( .1ItIENS-it being CARPKTS: from tO rlN. up.

a perfect plant food, but will\ CHARLESTON: SOUTH CAROLINA Latest designs!' of FANCY MATTINGS.! Rest grades of White and Checked.

NOTICE.ALL keep all insects at a respectful distance. Window SliadoH made to order-material in all colors. (In ordering simply)
For sale in any quantity, large: or small, 2':?1"- uJl"iJ.tJlIll'lItl of J'LtllUlIOU.Nutll
POWERS OF ATTORNEY hereto: and country orders delivered i FREE:) on solicited, and prompt) r..tllM1lIIalll'. (J.5-Ciu: state color and dimension CORNICES: ; MADE TO OK D Kit. FINK LACK CURTAINSof

given by one to any one whomsoever boats:. or car Vegetable growers TRY IT. new designs.!

in the State of }Florida have been GOULD .V- CO.. "'. I'. ItAI'KXICJIIT' Kill (iIovt'M, all colors and qualities (two to six buttons: ).
01 3m 8 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
revoked. See records in office of CountyClerk. -- -------- --- --- A(;iKXT, A large lot of IWUSSKl-S: : 1 MATS: COCOA' ) MATS and CRUMB CLOTHS, IjOltDKRING -

II. C. CUVELLIER. 7iLco.v, c;i it its A ('O., WllOLK \Li:: AM RETAIL : FOR CARPKT.:
t' San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 13, l/iSO./ 3-4t t' Importers and Dealers in BUTCHER AND STOCK\ DEALER; ,.&- Hotel uml ltonrilIiiKIIoiiN' .. Keepers, will find our prices exceedingly -

+ _____ ________ ___ u___ Axullealcr reasonable, and selection grand. HHKKTINGS! 1'ILLOW-CAHINO, TAULK DAMASKS -

IIookN. and Stationery. r '* in lee.TKNNKSSKK (white oil colored!), DOYLIES: NAPKINS, CRASIIKS S, GI..\8H 1 LINENS: in

-- --II011ACK- -- -----DREW, j{ LTAXOS ]j {J CJUAXOS } ; UKKF STREET A WHARF SPKCIALTYHKOOU large varieties.l'orsets.

,* ", I ( 10-tf FERNANDINA. FLA.
reasonable figiireH.FURNITURK .
Retail' very
Wholesale and
Stotex and Tinware.
Savannah Georgia, MATCH.GICNTS1.
us, ----- --- - -- ---- ---

Keep) constantly: on hand a goo.) supply) of S OTItKKTY IIHOTIIKK, CLOAKINGS:!, UEAVKRS.LADIUS' : '

taI ML'SI( their celfbrutetlMANIPULATED Second Street, C'I'lllltUe Post-Office! ) ): and MISSIW:! : UNDKltVKMTS): : sizes and grades, from ft O ete. up to

$:?J- ( !.\ o.-** $.'.011. Abu u lot of RED FLANNEL: UNDERSHIRTS: for Iji 50 WEST BAY STBET, Nothing better can lie had for fall and winter .
crops. Price }o'I\"DOLLARS PER: rFir Our Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in Every Respect.-

F.O.B. railroad or steamer at Savannah It is Imjxwsiblo for us! to mcr.tion every article we have for sale, but every imaginable

Send for circulars giving certificates, etc. I' ,: t + oo, article usually kept in a FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS) KSTAULI8IIMENT can be
-- - ---------- -- 'i'
: TS obtained) for new inventions! found in our House.jjfr .
School Rooks Speclally.TYII.Y ."' PATI or for improvements) in old Special attention paid to Order and ('..rr(>Nllo..d"t'.

ones Caveats, Infringements. 'frullc-Marks Cull or ldrtw]
d CLARKS, and all patent: !business' promptly' : attended I'llltCl1O'I"I', 1I1: IfI'r: : INVENTIONS" THAT HAVE! BEEN
(Successors to J. )I. Cooler: REJECTED: : may till, in most ca"'I4. patented -
UEALEUd IN' by us. Being opimsite! the U. S. 'at. "
cot Office and engaged: in PATENT: BUSINESS .
; r S..hoolatlld Miseellaueou EXCLUSIVELY: wo can M-eure jat- ARLINGTON NURSERIES.
emits in I less time than tho>e who are remote

from Wa hlngton. -- ,
---1 When Inventors bend model or ketch
we make search in the Patent Office. and \'}:''';, HfUTEIlS: RANGERS.: TItOI'J(!.\ I. and SIMILTKOI'ICAI ...UU.... TICCKS: : ROSES, I>KC'II>tt'orsnnd

1 j HOOKS ROOKS } advise as: to iu jwtentability free of duCt!!'. TIN SHEET-IKON: ; WAKE:,
: anti
$ Correspondence confidential ; fees reasonable ', IVIIUKIIX; HllnllilS
.-.- We refer by jrmission to the City Postmaster :\EWatxu CHOICE VAIUKTIIM: Mudded Orange Trees M A DJJ A SPECIALTY.. I
,AND FANCY GOODS OF and to the Superintendent of the A large stock uf "Stove on hand. Give 1 1j
Post-Office Money Order Division in Washington a call, and comjiare our .prices with those of --

ALL KINDS, Forn,edal reference,-circular, advice other houses! here or el.where.\ r Send for Descriptive!' Catalogue .. ... ..

Sts. terms etc., address ALHiilT I. 1II1MVKM, .t
and St. Julian ,
Cor. Congress C. A, SNOW & CO., MUNTIM, in every style and at .
Savannah Georgia. 2-tf Ol'p.I>atent Office, Washington, D.C. JOB lowest rates, at the MIKEOK office. 1 tt JACKSONVILLE) .1.'FIHE .>\. f

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I All _
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FITTED --- -------- ----
style of whipping\ ( and makes the recipientcry ( .; IUAI: i>imcjToitY.United : lri'rnacM.liVarring, Mail
The minister hit 'em out lustily! that he will not do so any nRt.RU.IUNT\ rll ')r nf

And when he spoke even'of fashion time more, and he generally keeps' his won Stales OflieerN. County/ Jud<(c-\t Whitlock, City Point. I : Wnfcwortli, Modisotl. -
And 11'1 [Laughter mid applause] Clerk-.\. A. Stewart, 'ritusville..I n/1iI.1'c8-B.
'As riggin' out' bows and thing* 'To show how well the hastinado works, LAND OFFICE, U.\IXESVILLE.negster Acts of r.l'CJ.. I). Stewart, Titusville. l .

And cotnin'woman s rulin'. passion, Mr. Bcrgh told a little story lie asked, -}.. A. Barnes, Gainesville. Collector of Ilerciiue-I'. M. Platt t, Lake Jcs- MANATEE OU'NTi. .
: to church to see the st t' lc3, when In Iltrelt't'I'-olm, ::, M. Graham, )1anatce.jerkUobcrt [
I couldn't -voyaging the Orient, if the criminals 1' Rollins, Gainesville sup, Orange County.Piijterintrndrnt OllllllllTIII/c-l'
And help n win nn.l'kin' bastinadoed kept their promises to reform Sarveyor-(icnerut-I..1). Hall, Tallahassee.MSTKICT of Schools-Alexander Tin- ( = : S. Griffith, Manatee.
nudgin' my wife; says I, That's Ho was assured, with indescribable dall, l.ake'iew.. s-Aertf-Wiu. C. 11[ '\'MianV: l'inc Level.I WAssessor
cofUT. -
you" gravity that Taxes-\\ IMrrWi I, .
were quite contented: !
And I guess it sot her to thinkin' .T/If/-Thlllllos Settle, Jacksonville.
they never repeated) the offence. %""*>">'-JH.. Durkce, Jacksonville County? / ./,,"[/ -Win. Peeler, Green Cove rii"L&: 'erMariun, [ 0. Cnrlton,
Just then the minister says he Bimycd up by the applause! he received, Clerk-Philip Walter, JU'k lIn"iI1c.JNTF.RN.L Springs, /" / /" (/
}Ir. Bcrgh added with much fervor : Clerk-O. .\. Green Cove fine
' now I've cone to. the fellers Buddington, Pendent J. Seward I,
\Vetnnt Jmn: n:. of 8r1wI/I.-I'c,
Whovc lost this shower u good deal of that contentment: Springs.Sheriff/ ",
friends by tnci here. [Laughter] The] idea of n whipping j ], 'ulh'clor-Jcnni lagan: Jacksonville. =JamesV.. DeWitt, Green Cove Pine Ixvel. .

t As' n !sort' o' moral umbrellas. lowering a man in his own estimation i is u COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS. f Springs.Arsrtsor: MARION\ : t'OUNTY.County .

Oo home" said he, "nnd find your faults farcical one. How much estimation has n John "'. Ilowell, Fernandina. of Tare*-Win. ('onwnr, ]King..lev.Collector ,T""I/r-.J.! M. Idllto h, Ocnla.
i Instead of ImnHY!! your brotlicr'H man for himself when he )prevs nit society ? Edward; Hopkins, JackMallvBheh of Jicvcnite'i :S" Hummer I Cl'rk-I1.} Long, Ocala. ,
' Go he ; No ; whipping I the best kind of moral John F. Maxville.NuiicriHtcndeiU: Sheriff. -VD.. I'lIo"l'rOl'ala. .
"nnrt House
))10IleMYS wear the coats St. Augustine.:
\: ou tried to fit for otl-crs.! stutstonyoucangive criminal.. [Laughter.] J. M. Currie, Cedar Key. of ScIU/lIIS--)1. 1-'. Geiger, PlnLnt. tr o/r;..r -Thomas: llarco, Cotton
borne want to take the continued crimina I leburg.\ .

f Mv wife,she nudged, n i? Krown, he winked by. the hand as soon as he. comes out of COLUMIUV\ COUNTY.Cinnty.TudycC of Ilrrr'nae-l'lcderick N. I.Cof'rftr -oy,

I And there was lots o' sniilin', prison and do something for him-perhaps Statue OtllecrM.KXKCtTIVK M., Lake City.Clerk Ocala. .
give him an oflicc send, him of Schools/ -U. C. [ar t.SIIJIt'I.illlcIIlt'lIt 111,
And lots o1 lookin' nt our pew, ) to PEVARTMENT. -John Yinzant, Jr., Lake City.
It sot blood bilin' Congress ; but they should not do that ( Fort McCoy. .
my n ol'c"II/1r-nelrge! F. Drew, Tallahassee. Sheriff W. Perry, Luke City.
+ itoys I to myself, our minister formally bad men are already in oflU-c. 1'rendent pro tern of Kcnnte W. D. Barnes, Assessttr of TILTS-L.. Rivers'Lake City. MONROE\ COUNTY.County .
Is gctlin'n little bitter; [Laughter.] The best thing YOU ran do to n Tallahassee. CulcctfJr1 Tuxes-Thos.: \\'. (Gctzen, hake Judge ;-Chas. J.: Baron, KcyVest..
I'll tell him, when mcc'n;; 's out, that I man who has served n term in prison is tget < Secretary of .]l/Ie-"'. II. Rankin, Tallahassee. City. Clerk-John Bitchier: Key Aest.McriF .
Ain't at r'l' that Mini of a cr'ttcc.Swinburne's him sent off where he is not known and Superintendent of Schools-J uli U!'Pot!'.tatier, -Richard Curry l Key \\ e,,t.
0",, fch emL.:id-:,!. let him try life anew ; there ill i no chance' for OJl/ll"/'ullcr-Collllnhus Drew, Tallahassee Lake City. Assessor of 1L.rcs-\'a1t C. Maloncy, Jr.,
bun where he is known, and any attcmptct Trcmm'r-\\'a1tcr Owynn, Tallahassee. PCVAL: COUNTY. I .
reformation based on the supposition that attorney-General-George 1' : Talla VCollector of Jcl't'lwe--u1ter C. Maloney,
LID OGRAP111E.TILE there is is false and Nancy, County Judge-William A. McLean( Jack(
injurious. 1 msee.Cineneoinae'r. sonville.Clerk\ Jr., Key West.SHiterintcndcnt: .
.:\1r. Bcrgh advocating the lash and New V. Harris Key
of Ll1l.lhl/ '<"rh A. Corley, -Thomas E. Iluckmnn: Jacksonville. of 8dwulll-J. ,
ATTRACTIVE TIII (JS WHICH CAN BE EASILY England resorting to states rights to defend Tallahassee.XttjicrlnrtHtnit. Sheriff Uriah Bowden Jacksonville.\ West. .
her threatened commonwealths I The world of Public lr"cti'm1'. P N.\ilW l'OCXTulllly.Twl1cHinton \.
MADE JJY A SEW PROCESS. .f..s'luf Taxes Daniel P. Smith, Jack-
+ moves.-Exchange. Iiusley[ Tallahassee. sonville.Collector. J. Baker Fenian-
I In ft large room in Bucch's Hotel, at Ho (} ,
boken, ft number of samples of the work AilJHtnnt-Ccncml' -S. J. Dickison, Tnlla of NCI't'/W-lIl'nn' A. Eagle, l\illa.\
I hassoe.Uummhsioner.
done by means of the new invention known A JOKE ox A Hon.q.-One of the commission Jacksonville. CII''k'r.. Maxwell, Fcrmiamidina.heriOPcte'r .
tL'J: eitlogrllphie." or picture writing, were men on "'oodbrid e street, says the of 11lIlliUrlulIDr.; Sell Sujierintcndcnt of Schools Albert) J. Russell Cone Fernandina.\
c out yesterday nnd exhibited to a Detroit AVw, has n horse which was the French, Jacksonville.PfPKKME. Jacksonville. .f... I.. ..or r
Times reporter by Mr. A. E. Burthcl, the terror of every pedestrian who got within \ COfUT. \MILTON\ COUNTY. nandina.

representative of the German inventor in three feet of his head. The animal: has teeth ChitiI..lireI':. M. Randall: JacksonvilleAtmctufc County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper Collector of It1'CIIII'urrclI F. Scott, I-cr- .

this country. Eidographie I i.s the result of like ft shark and up to n few days ago he'd JiixCcc-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahassee. Clerk Robert) Stewart: In:lp'r. nandiim.Sujierlntendent\ Schools\\'. A. Mahoney, rl'allahan.
many years of labor on the part of Prof. AF. bite everything within his reach except .Slriff-.fame. Diuuum, Jumper.Atscssitr / of
Eckhardt, a German chemist, who Ier.foctC1 a pile of grindstones. Whipping had no Assnelnte .TtI..ticc-H. B. Vnn Valkenburg, of TnrC'8-.J. '1'. ('ool'crIH'rlUl1.. .
his invention only a few months ngo ctlect, and he would get rid of muzzles as Jacksonville.! VolccturIf Nrl'c//I/c-J. 1' ]f. Goodbreud, OR\N ECOUNTY.County : .
and has now established n large factory in fast ns they were put on. The firm had paid. Clerk-C. II. Foster, : Benton\ Columbia County. Judge-1C. L. Suinmerlin, Orlando.

Nuremberg. The samples which were exhibited out considerable money on Settle for his JCIXIEri. Superintendent of Schools Joshua H. Roberts Cl/.k-J. 1'. Hughey, Orlamlo.
readied this country in the last German bites, and were wondering; what they Aliening Sheriff,-Thomas \V.: Shine, Fort Reid..I .
steamer. Silken cushions!: such as ladies could sell him for, when a man came First CiiciiU. -Augustus 1;. Maxwell, Pen- .1..t./I/.of1tJ'/s-John C. Bryson, Haw,
sncola.Krcoiul. .
j 1 have been accustomed to spend weeks in along who guaranteed n cure for five IIEUNANIIO COUNTY.County kinsville.
I embroidering from designs in colored silk, dollars. lie was told to go to work Circuit-David Walker, Tallahassee. / Judge"'. I.. Frierson, Brooks. Collector of 1t'I'clllle-Xat. Poyntz, Orlamlo.Superintendent .

arc decorated elegantly by the pencil of the and his first move was to get an old ville. ; of Schools-John T. Becks,
cidographist in a few hours, and!! the work is suit of clothes and stuff it with straw. The Third Circuit-E. J. Vnnn Madison.! f"I.k-J.. C. Law, Brooksville.Sheriff Fort Reid.

done in metal, which will not wear off, as horse was driven down the street, and the Funrth Circuit-II. B. Archibald, Jackson -J. li. Mickler, Brooksville.Assessor TAYLOR COUNTY.

the silk of embroidery does. Instead of the suit was tied to a hitching post, back to the ville. Circuit of Tuxes-"'. M.: Garrson, Brooks County Jule-1); J. Cox, Perry.
Fifth -James If. Dawkins Gainesville. :
expensive stained glass windows used in street., A full pound of Cayenne pepper' ville. Sheriff-Th'omastcen): Perry.
churches windows decorated was then rubbed and sprinkled over the garments Collector of Net'L'lweI'1.: Townsend, M.1'aulker .
: : by the eido- Sixth Cirrnit U. L. Mitchell Clerk-John Perry.Snjieriiitendent
Tampa. Brook:4'lIIe.S"lainfllcllt.
graphic process can be employed, producing and the straw shilling, and the joke SercHth (.'iIitAn'her Cocke Sanord: Sf'llUols-Hr. S. ; of Schools' -E.: \ aim, Perry..
a very similar effects, and at n comparatively! was ready County r'I'tI..llraH.. :Sutton, Perry.
nominal cost. Wooden ware can bo embellished The horse came jogging back, and the Court Calendar.Tinnn County Strrreyor-1). N. Cox, Perry.
driver left him standing within six feet of .
by the same process, as can paper, mi.LsnoKouoii COUNTY Collector of Revenue-John C.: Calhoun
metal, ivory, leather, wire screens, and any the man of straw. The old biter's eyes hat CIKCUIT.Sjiriiiy County/ Judge-II. I.. Crane, Tampa. Perry.Assessor.
olid surface. The designs', being in solid n twinkle ns he saw a tine chance to use his Term- Clerk-Win. C. Brown, THml'a.SH..iffn. of Tares"'m. II. Parker, Perry.ST. .

metal, and the brilliant coloring a component teeth, mid ns soon ns left alone he negan TII'lorM: Monday in April Isaac Craft, Tampa.Assessor JOHN'S COUNTY.County .
Madison! 3d : in
of the metal the decorative workis edging the post.Vhen ready for Monday April.
part r".rcL.. (5. Leslie .
Hamilton 4th in Judge M. 1C. Cooper St. .\ugu -
business \h" made a sudden lunge and caught Monday April. ,
fixed and will last
permanently ns longas Nt'l't'meF.. Burls
I of Tampa. .
Suwannee 1st [ after 4th tine. '"
the man by the shoulder. That old hOne! Monday Monday ,
the material which it is The crntcndcnt Schools
on placed. of -H. L. Crane,
wickedness in Clerk-Ilartolo F. Olivcros\ St. Augustine.Sheriff .
meant but he had a surprise in
worker in cidographie is supplied with ft Columbia 2d : after 4th 'fa III pu. -.\. N. Pacetti, St.: Augustine: .
store for him. As he lifted! the figure off its Monday Monday
number of the metal
}pencils, containing JEFFERSON.County : .
feet and gave it n shake it fell apart, and his in April. Assessor o/1I1'L's-Va\id L. Dunham. St.
which Prof. Eckhardt has and
compounded, Lafayette 3d Monday: after 4th in / JwIVe-\. '\' Montice'llo. Augustine.Collector: .
mouth, nose, and eyes: were tilled with! Monday
the of which is his in "
composition secret,' ft smarting powder. Great tears! rolled down April. Sheriff(;-W. Z. Bailey, Monticello.\ of Jlcicn ue-Joseph F. LtallllJia ,
fluid form.I ach holds fluid of different
pencil n Fall Term- Clerk-\V. 11. Luinur, Monticello.: St. Augustine.SujMrintendcnt: .
his long nose, he sneezed anti snorted nnd
1 color, and it is said that every known coughed, and he was just ns chagrined nl Taylor, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of SI''fJoll/-J.' B. Christie, of Schools-Thomas A. Pa
color can be produced. In the samples exhibited .
Madison Monticello. cetti St. the g'nerallaugh at him ns a mini' would 3dOlHlny: in October Augu:
by Mr. Uarthel there are not the ordinary Hamilton 4th County Treasurer-'mV. A.V.. Simmons,
Monday in October.
have been lie backed from the rem. COUNTY.
but silver bronze and away :
colors gold, ,
rants, opened his mouth to cool it and Suwannee 1st:: Monday after 4th Monday: Monticello.\
ivory. The moment the fluid strikes the in October. Collector of Nt'I'c'"IC-Jo l'ph Palmer, Mon County Judge-Henry Cassidy, Ixesburg.Clerk .
1 hung his head in shame. He didn't cease -Thomas J. hey, Leesburg.
air upon issuing from the pencil it burdens Columbia : uftl' ticello.Assessor\ .
weeping for day but when he so that Monday 1loudayInOctober.
a got
to .ltC'ri.1f-J. S. Dyches, Leesburg.
and becomes n metal, adhering so closely he of. r.l'CS-J. 1 Grantham, Monti-:
the material upon which it is hud that it could look the public Anybody the face : : after 4th in \ ..1..l'I'slrlj' Taxes-Joseph: Hutchinson,
cannot be removed without breaking. One he was u changed 10 rile. can pull, October.J.nrayeUe:3tlIonday Monday cello.LtF.tYITTF COUNTY. Leesburg. .
which is I his curs or rub his nose now with impunity.In J'uU'rturif IcL'C/we-John/ Dyches,
of the principal uses to cidographio
c ( Dixon New
fact, lie courts caresses where he defied FOUllTK CIKCUIT.ftjtrititf : 'orwl/TlUlIe-\\ Troy. Leesburg.
now. being applied in Buro\e\ is the production them nnd on the approach of stranger will Tt'rm- Sherift'/ -J. J. Johnson, New '(row. .Suiieritttendcnt of. Schools-II. II. Duncl\n,
f of copper and for engrav i shut his, eyes and mouth, ns if fearful of St John's 3d Tuesday in March.: Clerk. Howell Hawkins, New Troy.Sjierliitendenl Lake
ing. The design i is first made by the new : another dose Clay, 4th Tuesday ill)Mareh of Schools-J. C. Ramsey: New Griffin.SUWANNEE .
.1 process, and a negative is then taken. All Bradford, 1st: Tuesday in April. Troy.County. COUNTY:
the labor of engraving is thus saved, and -- Bake'', 2d Tuesday in \ Trm."rt'f-.1. J. Painter, New Troy. County Jadyc-Michael A. Clouts, Live
TUB with creed and bad
can bo' prepared at about one- man a a April Oak.
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in Collector of Ul't'CILIW-Xl'wton Sapp, NewTroy.
tenth\ life will suffer he whoso
the incurred by the old sys just as certainly as '
CY Reid
expense Duval, 3d Tuesday in May. tern Mas relievos with the most delicate creed and life ore both fuse.Inhlroutls. Full Term- ..f'IICIIS'JIIf: r,"P. Cottrell, New ,"haij1"-JlIhn, 1C. Sessions, Live Oak.

lines and in exquisite colors are also pro St. John's Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. Assessor of Tuxes-'''. II. Sessions, Wei-
duccd on any article in a very short space 4th Tuesday in September. LEON COUNTY. born.I )
of time. The water screens used in makingthe > -------- --- -- ---- Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. ('o/lII/l/.TlIIlt'-H. C. Rippey, Tallahassee. Collector of 1tCL'CIIlle-ltclert F. Allison.

water lines on paper designed for checks CENTRAL RAILROAD. Baker, Tuesday in October Sheriff: -A. Moseley, Tallahassee.Clerk Live Oak.
and government notes, which have hitherto FLOtuD.A Nassau, &: Tuesday in October. -C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.Siificrintendent Su'ritt'wleutlj" .Schools-J, O. C. Junes

required nearly a year to construct properly, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., March 10,1879.On Duval, 3d Tuesday in November. of Sch'tols-I Icnry N. Felkel, Live Oak. .
are produced by ediographle in about three and after this date Trains on this Road FIFTH CIRCUIT. Tallahassee.Treasurer VOLUSI COUNTY.County .

days, and Prof. Eckhardt; is now furnishingthe will run"as follows : Spring TermSumter -J. L. Dcmilly. Tallahassee. Judge-Fred. I. LaPcnotiert', Enterprise

Russian government with these that does DAY PASSENGER, (EXCEPT: SUNDVY.) 2d Monday in March. Collector of Rt'I'CI/IIt'-O. C. Pearce, Tulla- .

The in one peculiarity day what of a the skilful)process carver is would require Leave Jacksonville ..................... 8:30 A. M. Marion: 3d Monday in March.: littssl'e..lsnesnor: 'Clerk-John. Dickins, Enterprise.:

four days to accomplish and the inventor Leave Baldwin ........................... S:30): A. M. Alachuu, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in of Tuxes-R. A. Shine, Tallahassee. /It.ri.JJ"-W.\. Cute, Enterprise.Assessor ) .
claims: that ]he can teach anybody to Leave Lake City .........................11:33: : A. M. March. of Benjamin Richardson; ,
3d after 4th ( in .
use his pencils in from twelve to fourteen Leave Live Oak........................... 1:00: I'. M. Levy, Monday Monday LEVY COUNTY. Enterprise.Collector
;, lays The manufacture of ediographicwork Arrive at Savannah! ..................... 8:15: r. M. March: (\\muly.lUlue-. H. Scbring, Bronson; lt'I'L'lwe-Jolan B. Jordan, De-
{ has already become a considerable industryin Leave Savannah ............... ........... 8:00;( A. M. Putnam, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Ct..k-J. M.. 1 In rut, Bronson. Land.Sufterintendent 1.

Germany and )Ir. Barthel is preparing to Leave Live Oak.......................... 5:55: r. M. March. Sheriff, \ I). Finlayson, Rron;on. of SdHlUIIl-Jutl1c H. Chan
1 introduce the, system in this country on a Leave Lake City .......................... 5:00: IVMLeave Fall TermSumter- Assessor of Taxes-J. M. Willis, Bronson. dler, Enterprise.
4th in October.
large scale. He sails for Europe} on Saturday Baldwin ............................ 7:05: I'. M.\ Monday Collector of fL'/'lwe-John C. McGrew( W.KILL.COrST\.
Marion 1st : after in
to complete his arrangements.-AVw York Arrive at Jacksonville ................. 8:05: I'. M. I. October. Monday Monday Bronson. 4 County Judye-\\'. T. Duval ('rawfurtl\'ilIc.

Time MAIL AND EXPRESS.: (DAILY.) Alaehua, 3d Monday after 4th Monday: in Sujterinfendent of Schools-Jos. F. Shands, SheriJ-\. H. Walker, Cruwfordville.
_ Bronson. (7t'rk-Nat. 1C. Walker
u Leave Jacksonville...................... 5:30: p. M. October. UUsON COUNTY. Crawfurdville.
PRISON IIKFOJIM. Leave1'ldte House...'.........- ........ 0:15: I'. M. Levy 1st Monday after 4th Monday inNuventfer. ) Madi ford SujM-rintendent Crawfordville.Curuy of. Sc/awls-John L. Craw

)[r. Henry Uergh has created a decided Leave Bald win.................. ........... 7:00 p. M. CuinityJudye-l. Witberspoon, I Treasurer-\\.
sensation in New York at a meeting for Leave 1)arbyvilhe......................... 7:25 J'. 11.JA'n'e \ Putnam, 2d! Tuesday after 1st llondayinDeeeumber. son.Sheriff V. U. Willanl, Madison.\ : vane.Cullectorof. Crawford-

prison reform at Cooper Institute He Sanderson......................... 8:07: ) P. M, llerk John M.: Beggs, MudNonSofHrlntetident :
radically differed from .!, lay and Leave Olustee............................. 8:43: I'. M.IAHIVO SEVENTH CIRCUIT.Sprinq t'wolll-I- S. ford ville.Assessor.
1 clerical, made a bold .speech in opposition, Mt. Carrie.......................... t:03): p. M. Tirm- Madison. of Tyner, I of Taxes Ceo. F. i I
,t carried the audience by storm and broke up Arrive Lake City......".............? t 11:30: I'. M. Volusia, 1st Monday in May.Bruvard County Treasltter-H. S. Smith Madison. ville. Register, Crawford i

the meeting. He thought, as a general proposition Leave Live Oak........................... 2:15 A. M. 2d Monday in May .
i' that prisoners were treated not too Arrive Tallahassee...................... 7:00: A. M. Orange, 3d Monday in May. -- -- ---- - -- -

severely, but too leniently. Ho said : Arrive Albany.............................10:..... A. M. Dado, 2tl Monday( in Jnn('. ec I

What did we recently see in, the Tombs? Arrive Savannah.......................... 9:00: A. M.Ixave Fall TermVolusia- -
A man who was imprisoned for a most atrocious Savannah ......i.............;..... 4:30: p. M. 1st Monday in November.Brevard \\ ref

murder, whose heart was as black ray IA'uvoIhan ............................. 4:00: J'. M. 2d Monday in November. W C
his skin-[applause]-was fairly besieged by Leave Tallahassee ........................ 5:45: J'. 1\\(. Orange 3d )Monday in November. 2
beautiful women wno begged the favor of Leave Live Oak........................... 2:15: A. M. Dude, 2d Monday in December.County .

his autograph, fed him on1 luxuries, made lA'Uve Lake City......................... 3:50.u.: st. ii: IIIc:2
r" his cell a bower of flowers and fruit, nnd Leave Mt, Carrie.......................... 4:18: .\. M. Officers.ALACIICA .
did all in their power to make him imagine Leave Olustee......................;....... 4:40: A. M. COUNTY. -<
.... ............ 5 .'O 111.IA'a'o a..u ,N
that he was a saint and a hero. This maudlin Leave &u1l1er on.. .. ... : A. Cmiiity Judije-Juntas C. Gardner, Gaines
nonsense should stop. [Tumultuous ap 1)arbyville........................., 5:55: A, M. ville. ; 1Jg THE ONLY FJ

1 plause.] Why, kind-htarted, honest, poor. Leave Baldwin............................. 0:40: A. M. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. 0 LUNG PAD
: i1.FQ
: men were starving while this vile miscreant Leave White House h .................... 7:05: A. M. Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. 't' : Gp\k

was being pampered in luxury. [Applause.( Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50 A. MOn Assessor of Tajres-J. M. Dell, Gainesville.&Uectorofjevenuf : .:5 : C OE MtRB' _(,P

I have been sixteen years in the criminal Mail and Express: Train Sleeping! Curs --G. P. Thomas, Gainesville

; (:ourt looking after the welfare of what arecalled run through to and from Jacksonville and .: YOUR n .\ (- I\ ell E CURES BY ABSORPTION (NATURE'S WAY)
the lower animals, but I have a greater Savannah ; also, Lucas Sleeping Curs run guitrriHtendfut of Schools-O. A. Myers, Cum diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder
respect for them than I ever hail before I through to and (rum Jacksonville and Tal- Gainesville. amid Urinary Organs, by wearing the I.ITXCJ ISIVSK.S,
had an opportunity of comparing them lahttssee.FERNANDINA. BIKER COUNTY. ALL TIIItOAT ISI.ASiS:

with some of the base and miserable samples EXPRESS: (DAILY.) C'olmlJII.d"e--Jno. 1C. Henulon.Sanderson. IMPROVED: EXCELSIOR Krentlilng ,

of humanity.that I have met in the courts.of Leave Jacksonville.......................11:15: A. M. Clerk-P. *J. Pons, Sanderson.Slierif Troubles

t Animals never commit such acts as some. Arrive Baldwin........................12:30 p. M. J. Williams, Sanderson. JUTKIDNEY PAD.It It DRIVES INTO the system curative
these horrible miscreants' commit. [ .tpa ( Arrive Fernandina...................... 3:40: p. M. Assessor of Td.rtl-t U. Rogcrson: San agents and healing medicines,

a plause.] establishment Leave Fernandina........... ...........10:30 A, M. tll'r UI1 is a MARVEL of HEALING and RE- It DRAWS FROM the diseased the
lIe then went on to advise the Leave Baldwin...............,............ 1:20 p. M. .Utecliir of Revenue -Richard Kennedy, LIESIM1'I.l:, SENSIBLE, DIHEC'f.11.ISI.l' Iu sons that cause death. parts
instead of
1 of whipping posts prisons, Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35 p. M.Passengers Darbyville.SnjrinteiukHt. and POWERFUL.: It CU1tI'Stvhere : Thousands testify to its virtues.
and agreed to offer a prize or reward for a of Schools-W. O. Hampton} all else fails. A REVELATION: and IffflF
Bteaiu machine that would :kayo no mercy for Fernandina and Cedar Key Olustee. REVOLUTION in Medicine. Absorptionor YOU CAN BE RELIEVED; AND CURED.
and could not be bribed." [Applause.] take this resin No train from lialdwin to BHU'KORD COUNTY.County direct medication, as opposed( to unsatisfactory -
( Criminals, he said, are pampered such a Cedar Key on SUUllaV.CUSSF.l'TIOS8..U Richard Providence. internal medicines. Send for ourrealise bloteasilyaapplk you have tried this sen-
lialdwin with A., G. & Jmlje: -i, It. I timid
comfortable ICAI.Ly
manner; and given such quartersin Lake Butler. on Kidney troubles, !sent! free. Sold l'Et rITAi. El"
the Tombs and on the islands: and have W. I. T. 1C. 1:., for Cellar Key, Gainesville Clerk-Henry F. York. Starke. b\* druggists, or sent by mail on receipt of'tild
much better food, and are so much bet.ter and Fernandina, and all points North and keriffT. W. Tumblin. price, TWO DOLL.1ts.tltlreli by Druggists' or M'nt by mail on receipt -
a3o than thousands of poor workingp \Vest ; at Lake City for Tallahassee. Alban)'. Assessor of Tae* -.\. J. McKinney, Lake LUNG of lance. 1.O BOLLAI ., by
lodged THE 'ONLY" 1'1Co..
I ,
commit all this minor Savannahs, anti aU Iwhuts North anti \Vest ; 11 utter.Uhctor. Tee "ONLY" I t so I'.to Co..
that they Williams .
Ople are Jl1cksoU\'i1e! with Ht. Johns River 8tl'am.enc ( (If Revenue-Alfred n. Cone, Lake Block, Williams
these at
order to be sent to .c.\mfort. Detroit, Mich.trThis Block,
SSpuWo hotels, [Applause.] \\ ben will J. H. )McELKOY LJutler.SuixriiitetulfHt. ofhoolC.. l:. Harrison, : is the original and !genuine Kid.Ill' 2 S1'ntifurtestinunnlalspaud Ourlm
\ :M D. Master Transp'n.buperinteaaertt. !! .
Applause]| We .Iiou d \ iviusox, k
ibis nonsense ston? [ Starke. ) Pad Ask for it and take no other. 04 ('Three Millions a Year '
have the bastinado beer It is u charming : St nt free. 61,


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Ural Unfair.rou AC3H1CULTV11AT else) seed( N I planted( from the second to 11m

J.S8J. ninth year's: growth. One-fourth more lIeell
1880. leaf C'IIhl' sown t to the acre than of :Spanish :)
SAM; : Cri.Tiv.\Tixo( TUB PKiistMMox.-The Most;
hl\t. as a larger price is obtained its culture -
)promising of all the larger of the wild fruits i is quite as profitable. About 1,1'NM' more
is the common lWl'S 1111110n. J In its native
be to the but it
plants can grown acre, matures -
state it gives much greater promise of sup<'-
++ ++ !sooner' cures down earlier, ami ii less
---- -M riority than the applepear, pcachororangi" liable to pole-rot and sweat! Rich soil it I
S THE It 14lit least. very palatable, while the others and culture I is
I .1 nl'Sln\nll: : HOTII: ,, I are not. The circumstance that this fruit in required order, to secure constant a good leaf. necessary Artificialuututres

ripens very late !in the season, and i is inproved are not as good as nllilllallllnlll\rC'I,
f*-- ----M by the frost i is l in its favor. There i is that: of the horse being the best Next season .

no lack o'rl'lrlfruils, of all kinds ; hut there n very large area will be planteil in the

Sim\fl',11til'l'ctlr( on the Railroad, is 11 scarcity of late fruits. The \persimmon live seed-leaf\ !states! which prow this variety.In .
ranks among the most! nutritious fruits Ohio, where its cultivation has only just
grown in any portion of this world. I It i is Iunlltilwill )be planteil
begun, A largo ,
easily preserved hy drying aiming. mf- while in the Connecticut Valley and HOUSA-
ferent trees' produce fruit fl'ntl"lIr"in In tonic Valley tho amount cultivated will bo

FLORIDA MIRRORH HEALTHIEST: PARTS OF) FLORIDA. shape, size amt flavor In Missouri; a\variety, largely excess of any previousyear. The
has been discovered: that destitute of'll't'tl: cultivation of this renowned tropical variety -

j The astringent: quality which characterize: t of tobacco, if it continues to he successful
For particulars addicssFLORIDA, this fruit is much stronger: in SOIlIl'II1''i. will open up' A large export trade in all
rums than in others. The tree has a line the foreign markets.Jtiwton IffraM.smxnLvs .
MIRROR appearance, is: hardy and rarely fails to Produce '
53-tf: Fcinandina: 1'la. a large crop ot fruit. It :only require
the same cultivation that the apple, '
: ri.oitm.v anti peach have received to render It of equal
value to lhcut.iMraaV1Nil .
IMMKPtm: Ant'A iT,1oE.

)) AND IMMIGRATION COMPAQ-' ( : TOl'I-: Many farmers? :snppos: Th(1.lIth:: owns tho greatest 'otroll dis.trict .
k.1VZ: LAX that because they cannot: buy a herd or i n in the world. The cotton climate of
flock that therefore they must, t bo l'onll'lItwith
the :South is A fixture, and is immovable. It
OFFERS growing !scrub stock. On this suhjecthe is I the basis of its future wealth and )power
Lure Stock Journal, : \' it doesn't requir'
There are 1I0IKK:! ) owners of cotton! plantations
noo.oooc'rt'" a section of land, nor a big bank account, tn in ten states composing! ( our cotton!
make a beginning. You need not go t to< belt\ They have now\ tin income of."),000OOOof ( ) I 1
Of the most 1 England: nor even to a sifter :state, to get t tin bales of cotton, worth $:$'..>,0HlotH' ( ) III its
I>lonll which is sure to "tell." (iood reliable raw state, ami worth $1'-1I.tIt.HInotJ) ) spun into
breeders Short-horns:\ ! I l ACCESSIBLE: : AND DESIRAULE::: : nil{ yarn.
Hol'teins, Jerseys!C, etc., are :scattered \ ThlIo l important movement of the

J.\ W s IX Tin: through the states: ami will !supply! lit :South is for every planter in it to turn hit
reasonable cost: a young \lIah'or a few cow.

e STATE: OF FLORIDA()I: or whatever may be desired. A PIII'l'hloolll.1 of the spindles to the cotton fields, and
calf can be bought all the way Iron spin the cotton into yarn rout double. its:
At only I $1.2o per acre to new settlers, with $-II) upwards, and bred to native cows, will valuc,11nt1 tlll'rdltlollbJc' his Income.

T Q 0o the privilege selection in parcels of 40 glhalfIIloodt',1 animals!C, which, when What can the planters( ) I.lo In their present
'fIL_ grown\\ill sell readily at high figures, when condition ?
a (IMYA I ii acres' or more. These: lands are I located on the "scrubs" are not wanted at any price They can combine and put up woodenbuildings )

I and adjacent to the line of the It.any farmer says: ho hasn't $."M 0 to sparelet suitable for the Clement attachment
aim join his neighbor and own the animal -
in every state! every county t every }
.l nil nilapt .ATLANTIC', CJULF ANIVI'y't') INDIA I> in common. From this point of view town and, every township in all tho cotton
the "can't-allird-it" Plea disappears, for i If
states. These: \nuildings can ho put up out
; 0 TRANSIT CO.'S:: I R.: R.,
hiformed. '
necessary: a pool of live dollars each can of the common lumber tit' the country ivt a.

II Iail it ,,, IIIId extending from FERNANDINA: )! on the Atlantic ,i I. In jiistfhat J t way\ t the breeders- of cost! of $_'.IHH( ) to $.i (t"H'), I am informed that
)Madison Clinton' and counties the buildings! will ho accepted by. thcownersif
= l to CEDAR: KEY: on the (hull coast! Ohio, in early days: 1 formed their association- the ('/11'I111I\11 spindles' and the. necessarymachinery :

thus alVonling to the producer cheap, ('on- 1 for importing short-horns l from' England, : put into it at, their( cost, and they)

ll H stant and rapid: transportation to the hl' lmarkl't and the great results accomplished, point will superintend: the operation and >uahlucry -
d the way for the common t farmers: of to-day: and divide )profits.

1 4. What else can the planters I.III ? They can
The belt of country traversed by the Transit PICKLK:. : KOII (Ymxu :\ ': tr.-A large all tile cotton the nuhllseanspin" and
.' grow:
amount of feet pork, and mutton is lost: to
n. U, embraces' liver! it at the millsut their cost. No c'upitnl !-
farmers every :season by not being prtecllyCured. : will bo required by tho mill to purchaseotton. )
: large number of
1"EltUlI'l': : OF SOILto recipes are Every punlishcd\ year in a agricultural Papersfur (' which( I is the largest: itl'lIuf expenses

meat of which valuable.Sonic ,. In a spinning' mill.
curing !some are
be found in the State, a large proportion thirty vearsagothe, lermantown (1'a.( ]) What else eaji the planters: do? They can

being peculiarly adapted to the; culture of 1Ht'lrtll'pnhl! recipe I that was!! t tried receive the yarns in balesatthc' end of everynonth I'oYpinning
and lij .) cents pound
or : n
SKMI-TKOPIOAI. FisriTsnnd Vegetables by a largo number ofpeople' and I highly
: Early ,
:< it tii (lie mill, which keeps (them
and The hiryc, Compact ):.."il'llIf Timber commended. The next year it was republiilicd \ In funds! to operatives and other'ex-
ANDJOB == pay
==.BC>C>i with like results! whereupon thepaper '
make these lands worthy of t'AHKFUL 7v'A"- fell into the habit of publishing: it icnses.
Hales of for domestic, weighing 4.;>0omuls
AMIXATIOX manufacturers of LUMIIKHANI and it claims that no
by every season: personbus :
and! will be worth from $1<10 to
: are
t tried it for curing feet, pork mutton
> NAVAI. STOUK.S.: :fMla! ) lathe In :short, seed cotton enough to
tongues, or hams, who has: ever afterwards -
make 100( ) bales, when run through tho <.10-
NEW: :SETTLERS: : cured I meat in any other manner with
ment attachment! in thou cotton fields, Is
satisfaction to himself.! The following is arsprintOf
worth $!>,<>OM, and the !planter has! only paid
the famous:
Purchasing land from this company \ fur- recipe : $1J.rllla: : ) hale on it, and -deduct from that $3 I Ia
J'o gallon of water take I Ii l pounds of
nUhed with entire free ) tIye! on the Transit one halo for ginning, and it leaven $10.50 a
salt 1 ? i IIl1n'epotlllh.
pound "sugar, Jouncesaltpctro I ,
: Railroad for family and l )personal courts Use only' a pure article\ of potash: ; bale, paid at tho mill,

PRINTING HOUSE to the station nearest the land purchased.TITLE if this cannot he obtained omit it altogether. I'IIOFIT.

: COMPLETE: being' derived by In this ratio the pickle can be increased to KM) bales, ,lN) his: at gin-houye, lOc, $1,500(
any iiuantity desired Ix-t these: bo boiled 100( ) bales' through the spinning! mill,
grunt from thc United :States; and purchase' : : together until all dirt from the! sugar( rises: to Il" 7.I."II

from the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE, the top and is 1 skimmed. Then throw It

into a tub to cool, and when cold, pour it Net profit on 100) bales) $3I.rt" <>

s : ) : SOLICITED. over your beef or pork The meat must be The cotton-growers! who put up tho buildings
well covered with pickle, and should not be
wOIII.II'I'' entitled to stock in the shining !! -
down for at least two days: after killing
mill and dividend!
and mailed A thcl'l'OIlUIlII\Ulllr.
Descriptive: MAI'S UKCTLAIIS on
during which time it should\ he slightlysprinkled to he added! to the profit above.

v Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, lIlpl( l'utioll. with powdered saltpetre, whichreuwves Where arc the cotton spindles ? In Europe :
all the surface blood I, etc, leaving
() In thin
C1IAS.:: W. LEWIS, cotton spindles, GO.OOO.OOO ;
the meat fresh and clean Some omit boiling (United States, 11,000,000.( ) ) (Of) the. (iO.OOO.OW( ,
Lmd ('ouuni"tsioner. the pickle( and find it to answer well, (treat Mrituln owns 40,000,000' ) ', and the continent -
Otllcc/ cor. Reach and Seventh St.. though t the operation of boiling purities!! the 'IIIM"'IfMI.llllllor' these (iermany ami

I Ki-tf (pickle by throwing oil the dirt always to In France own IO.UNI.OOO( ', or one-hulf.I
found in salt mil sugar If this: recipe{ 1'4"trhtly In spinning for very fine goods and gtasl'
Till: I'LOItlDA I followed, it will require hut a single domestic\ thePrrshtctpcrspittdluvuritwvery
trial to prove its! superiority over the common follow ?
as! :
way, or most ways of putting down fi
IMI'ROVEMENT: COMPANY. meat, and will not soon be abandoned for United States, per spindle' WJ Hi* t
FERN1.NDIN1FLOltID1\ TOW any other. The meat I Is unsurpassed for (iermany, per spindle, 55 Hut .,}
.. France, spindle' -41 !Hi*
sweetness, delicacy and freshness! of color.HAVANA per
Great Ilritain, I 'spindle, as Ibs

lYriiaiidlna, TOIIAWI IN IIIK I UxrrM : > STATKH.- The Southern cotton mill, per
Since the first attempt of tobacco/ growers: \ totultivate spindle, 100( lbs
/ Towns' on It. It. 1.1m, Havana seed tobacco in, this country
The above statement shows that our spindle .
And (' clllr Jt')'. their cll'orts have never been crowned when put up, will consume three lime(
-11 with such )perfect success! as! during the present as! much cotton us flue. same number in
.... year From all of the seel-Ieuf growing France null England.: :
Elites which have cultivated this! variety of With 10onoODO) spindles In the cotton

leaf only, the most encouraging rejuirts are fields we could spin 2,0110,000) ( )bales of cotton ti
Olfen to lessees: and Purchasers- a large L-omingln. In the Connecticut: valley, the into yarn from seed) cotton This would
crop: though small in quality, I is pru.IWIlIIt.'tlllllrlvnll.tlln require an ayeraguof 5.1 M) mill to each cotton .
number of the most eligible and desirable
quantity, the texture Mate of 5,001) spindles ; or 400 mills: with

Lots! suitable) for 15u+iness! Purposes, or for ind color having never been biirpuxsed by 2r1Nspiellesuth. The latter size might
that of any previous growth ITOIII New bo best to begin vith, and en largo afterward.Arkansas .
Having added NEW TYPE .AXI XEW ritESNES to our oflice! and having City or Suburban Residences: York the growers report/ excellent success! has! twenty-five cotton counties.

. f' with Wilson's hybrid Havana, while III Ohio Then sixteen to the county would give the

SKILLED WORKMEN: who know how to use the same we are now anal<< Wisconsin. : the Spanish! leaf, the culture number of mills in the state, omitting fitly
UPON EASY: 'f1:lm uf which is now assured!! ( is much superior counties of the state.] the 'planters

prepared to do any ami every kind of printing, tu the ordinary seed leaf grown in those! begin i and build house! !*for the spidlessonly
!states I In the latter state :2l(IUI t acres are now.Inntcd. five a year, in three YI.'UJ'they\ would have
Liberal) Discounts on Values allowed toparties ). while 10,000 ucrcsof Wisconsin seed the number required, for the county. These .

are now grown. Already a largo amount of mills, alter put into operation, would be permanent .
engaged in munufucturing or industrial
.. Havana leaf has: been bought while bunging property' owned )by the planter and
enterprises who will erect on the property on the/ IM/ICH. This mode of buying .befure spinners or great value to them and the

lie exact quality of the leaf is I! ascertained (''uuutr''. The profit, then should be al'l'l'l"C
purchased: substantial improvement oinU to the Cant that buyer uro confident prluteilto the extension and improvement

for residence) or in which to conduct their but the leaf i ill of superior quality, m sales of the mill and machinery and erection of .
ire not effected in this way when the leaf I is new mills, until the cotton slats had mill* to ,'J
FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD msincss.INDUCEMENTS. I ntor or of second-rutt; quality Havana seed spin :yoo.ono bales, being the quantity we :

: ; TO MANUFACTURERS obiicco -specially that grown in Mu.wachu-} are 'UIIIII'I1,1 to gin and! bale and compress ..f
Metes ami Connecticut( principally used fur and sell to go to EuroIKs'; .
}: :, by exemption! for u term of years from rapping> fine cigars, the wrapj-cn{ )having a 11'hysire compelled\ to send it to };u- 1

taxation, ottered by the several cities and rick, oily appearance[ which givv the cigar rOllC'f llecause they have the spindle and
IL ohiny look, more especially\) the darker we have nut The spindle! are four thousand ) I
owns.' Apply to {trade*. Of western Havana, quite u quun- mile from the cotton field- now, and \
tity \\-t cxiiortcd, and it is IL favorite leaf It in
we, I the ('ottunrrIJw'J'f, have our j'owerto
Reach 7th at .. Fcrnandinu.IGtf .
y1r0illee cor. ibroad. I flavor it clost-Iy resemble+ the
o put them up In the ethnistates! end spin
clcui's'rgra(1tit: << of tmx| >rtcd Havana, while tile new cotton into thread and make hale :1

: AN Xeutl)' and as' Cheap as' any Olllfc in Florida. -- ome choice lots grown from imj' ,rted JIl'c..1 l uf\ your yarn worth from @M J to $ll11) a bale, .t
I'ndfrlaking. are really line and compare favorably with 8. H. COCKKILL: '
of of Havana and Maunzas .I l
--- More brumU cigar Vice-President Mississippi! Valley Cotton ;
It. 11. 111\1)IItsO\: make. When grown on a sandy soil Planters'! Association, )

( ntaillillj( a little clay the quality of Hauim ,
fot-ecl; l is generally &good, but \\ hen grown The South'ells '
'\ ('n u light sandy Mod(, the leaf often hut u
valuable Jl8lter published: monthlyin
/IfF larsh, leathery a)>|>earunce, and is: nndcredtrong
the of dew York We have before
in flavor inclining to bitter, while it city ,

"-<''''..1- ** : .. f. I.* wholly unfitted' fur u wruP s:r. In Cuba 111 a very excellent( number, full of article

cptfially, when grown in the valley the calculate; to promote the Interests of the
.i )latiU> are u>uaUy M-t In the low lands, !borlering -
a river or the mull streams which Kouthem portion of the Union.! Captain F. '

low, from the mountains in the Interior to A. Hendry furnishes a compendious article .
the -ccan. The oil of taut of these tol>aco upon the southern part of peninsula.! A

PRINTING WNDING and RULING to omct-s! out. 11 M> IICTAK 1:11.'IFTII : (' farm, or vega i ix, u red clay, somewhat 'orrt.'tltOlIt1cnt from New Hamjhire/ calls attention '
:!tr' Jtugt', tot'ul your orders- f.r IILlJiJot, and made rcpeatc manuring.In In an able article to the rapid conlumntlon : -
} ST. FERNANDINA, FLA. 8aiI of lumber, and the dauber arising I
( the IJIll"ides) the ii tandy, u1lI11I1t'2f
kide the State, rdew> for either will receive, prompt attention from us. Addrt** nut produce! IMI tine a Il'aft tint our&:rowe from it. Another article claim* that Alfalfa .

loiilf.; M1"r.1u.10 CASES: ra usetl only imported -t-dLutthe leaf wo or luC't-nlc.l. the most valuable forage
1-rL.OHHKV :MIUIlOIl 1 BURIAL) ; IWFJNtf *si CASKETS. mall and thick allli l of somewhat bitter tlaor 1 plant for the t- )uth, Theeover of the paper
illustration of Florida scene,
Telegraphic order promptly attended to while iMJiue" dilliculty arose in sweating : contains sU .
i which wt'UlI"wn and well engruv
oct l"1KS.\SlJlS.A, FLA. 37-3m It.ow, cither hybrid cults arc w1wner are



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LOCAL REFLECTIONS. Cotton Seed for --y
ready shipment TO
=- .=, -=-==- .:.-:::-=:-=---------- The trade in cotton seed is one of The Weather.
n good
: .oo .1 rBAll $1.00 POll All fruitdcalcrs cay that nice handlingand LOCAL ommsEnvATnx4.Frnx.txntr.t. .
; SIA' MONThIS.Correspoulcncc. deal of commercial importance. The "'L.1NTEIts and 3H.KCIIAXTS.
=-- business in largest neat packing give a character and value to : ., FLA., December! l SO.__
Florida in this article t is -
car. fruit and
brand of the packer the mar IS. ;!}. I 1.11
tied .
on by the
of Win. Lawtey, in this ket, but we have heard -;.--- Tin. "AVE JUST mCI l\'ED.
The MIRROR desires'! to reflect the Interestsof city His some persons insist!'

the whole State mill will publish with scene of warehouses at this time presentu that they sold! just as wlIlf tumbled into a ---1----1' ; ..; R >>
great activity. He purchases !barrel BOTTOM PRICKS
pleasure communications and l'culh',111' without assorting or I.. ... ____ AND OFFER AT ,
from the interior. cotton
in --
There : all parts of the State, both of wrapping, but this is clearly: unreasonable. Saturday 11 (':2..79 H ru fair. -
ore valuable
many experiments being long and short cotton, but principally of In all production! the t Sunday. 12 62: faIl: I t'r1: I I'nir. Harreln
of the
carried style! 20()
on, the results of which would be of long cotton. Bags arc furnished to agents i is n factor in the package Monday ]13: M ,i1'1 III fair.

,great value to others, and information of the in the interior, who ship the cotton seed to market price. Tuesday It 11:2: iiIn/ I 72: Fair.1Vedncsday -
growth nnd of the Fernandina The box stuff, cut to box size, is put up 15 04 I 0) IJl: JIJ I''tur. Jt-8-EXTRA.
progress newly settled where it I is
to large in packages containing forty pieces Thursday ]111 4:2: rij 111 it Hain.
portion are matters of general interest. warehouses, to be prepared for : enoughfor !Friday: i. f 02 n9; I 78 Cloudy.Jf.iliL1'1 I .
shipment to ten boxes, and which, as well as the : .. _..,, _. 17L-11 I _:.. ._ POTATOES.
foreign ports. The seed: as received has considcrablc hoops EARLY ROSE
comes from Maine but
the headings
AT the
annual meeting of the stockholders
cotton lint still
hanging to it, arc made :. -
by our mills of
pine. The
of the Santa Fe Canal Company, held at which has to be removed. For this sap
purpose boxes cost about seventy-five cents SAN150RN & HOYT. 'r.
Waldo recently, the following officers were wire cylinders, about eight feet in length per pack l\JI't of rernantllna.HIC.II 4.2t .
and ------- ----
ago seventy-five: cents 100 fur --- --------
elected : C. K. Dutton per hoopq,
President ; C. Lucien and thirty inches in diameter, of an octagonal the WATKU.
heading about
$l..r 0 100 feet.
Jones, Vice-President; T. )[. Cauthen,Treasurer shape are used. The meshes are nearly One will > per Saturday, Dec. 1:3: A. M. !9:13: I'. al. J. II. !)!{ESCOrl"lStyle '.

; Ned. K. Ferrell, Superintendent | I). half an inch in diameter, and the wed is man pick from. ten to fifteen Sunday, 19....... !9:35::J: !9:.'))3"
: boxes of fruit [ It
S. Place per' day, unIt will assort about Monday, 2010:11: ] : 10:3JTuesday :: -
Secretary. passed through a hopper into the .. "
of twenty boxes per day. An active boy will :21 1..10,4): 11:17:
these cylinders, which revolve with considerable wrap, about Wednesday, ::2..11:3.: : ...... Fit,
\ boxes
ARRIVED, Thursday last, the Norwegianbark rapidity, throwing the seed against twenty-five )per day. The Thursday, :2.:!t..... (0111": 1)0":: )
boxes can )be put together for about) one anda Friday, 21...... 0:50: ) 1:10":
: Kong Svecrc
Olsen Comfort
Captain from
Liverpool and through the meshes and lodging the half cent per box, when the materials arc _. :r t ,

J event '.one days, consigned!' to Mr.W. lint on the outside of the cylinders: which, ready. r.XTF.UEII.Dec. ASP

Lawtcy. Cargo, 2,750 sacks of Liverpool in n short (time, becomes coated with the -------- :. 13-S. P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charleston. -

salt. The JCong Si-crrc has had n very long tags of lint, the cylinder is then removed: Steamer St. Johns. Durability.largely .

passage.: The captain reports stormy weather and a fresh one substituted. The removed. This !
the first part of the voyage, with calms cylinder is: then CI'ILlCIuff with n wire mamigcnicntof Captain Leo Yo igclis i carry Doc. 15-:S.:; S. City of Dallas\ Ri-k, New

the latter part. brush: of the lint, which is put into n gill ing immense freights of Florida products York.

-- and ginned, producing an Inferiornod soiled every trip. On Thursday: she was filled between Dec. 15-Scli. Kit Carson: llard(11g( Hermu -

UEV. J. 1'. Dt'SCAN, blind chaplain of the decks, from end to; end, with da.Dee..
grade of cotton but still of considerable orange
15-S. S, Nncvo ronee (Sp.), Echavarria -
Georgia senate, will preach in the Methodist boxes, to tho number of thou and.
: value. The "seed, when thus cleaned, arc many .,rl'"i ho.

church next Sabbath, 10th of December. again sacked and made ready for shipment.Mr. When she! first came out many persons Icc.17-Hark) XungsveereNor.( ), Olsen,

Theme : Six Steps to Eternal Happiness.' : thought she was too large for the Livoriiool.Dec. .
also prnspective
Lawtey purchases seed cotton and IIlnlllJ increased
17 H my f'
rig Parnell I5r. Gavin Iarbadocs. !
At night, one of his most popular and matured gins it in the u1\ua11l1anner. This cottonseed business' :! but it is evidemitsite. has all she ( ), toek of I'oot\ii in both fine .

lectures, delivered 150 towns aid is shipped to the United Kingdom. can do, and, doubtless, a consort would also i ri.KUtKit.Dec. ,

cities, North and South. Theme : Pure, usually: by steamships chartered by Mr.Lawtey. )be fully employed from now until June in II 11-Seh. Gettysburg, Norbury, New and medium grades I am enabled

Beautiful, Successful." All arc cordially invited The ships from to 40- the fruit and vegetable business: for which York: to place before my eiislom*
carry 25,000 ,
she is Iec.14-S.: 1'. St. John Vogel, Charles
to attend. ,
: particularly well planned t, while her
000 sacks.It! I ton. ers a tory largo assortment of
-- ----
would be very greatly to the advantageof accommodations for passengers! l are unsur I Dec. ]5-Sch.MatbcwKinney, I-: The Steamship Xucvo (\)ncr. passed. Safe and
staunch, and thoroughly adelphia.
the State if this cotton seed could )be
A steamship, flying the Spanish colors, manufactured oil here:, and thus leave seaworthy, under the command of an oflicer York.lice 17-S. S. City of Dallas, Risk, New most competent and N Iii II eelnorln"II.

bearing the name of XIIC.L'fIl'O/lCC arrived in of great skill prudence and These oods were
ability the St.
the cotton seed meal and fertilizing ingredients })l'C. 17-S. P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charles
port on the 11th, consigned to "'m. Lawtey. in the country to benefit our crops: John is a great favorite... ton. purchased I'hrSII, and arc
She Is a handsome iron -- -- --- --
steamer of
about IX
; and to furnish: an excellent feed for fattening TOUT. only exchanged for the samecommodity.
],200'tons burthen, and hails from South Captain Clay Williams. Schooner Kate V. Aitkcn.
cattle and "stock of all kind We Schooner Thins uill be deem
America. She will load with cottonseed for cheerfully give place to the following Five Hrothers.

min English port. As an ingredient in fertilizing the cottonseed well deserved tribute from the SC"'1I1 Scho"ner.lohmi Lenthal.Schooner ed it pleasure" after seeing, examining
:: Kit ('nr
is invaluable, mixed with muck and on.
lime. ) Captain Clay Williams, whose practical Hark James: Kitchen (Hr). and learning at what
Notice to Mariners. knowledge of the intricacies of the Brig Mary Louise (Gor; ).
On and After Monday, December: 20th, the inland passage is something wonderful and Brig Panicll (Hr.) extremely price these

bell buoy, heretofore marking the north Orange 1'acklna.A almost an intuition : l.irk! IVko': (l Ru: :.s). Goods are offered.j .
visit to Mr. packing (louse will Bark Ravensclilledlr.: ( )
breaker in north slough channel entrance to well repay one not familiar with the handling It is not often we venture upon personal Dark Martha[ Tlll'hr\III.' ( .) >3-.iiy stock of I\TMMI\'S:

Fernandina, Fla.,will be removed nml placed cnconiuins I but there is something: so remarkable :Stet11asimipruevu: Ponce (Si.) I'Uie\lSIII\CJ GOODS is worthy "
of the golden fruit. Like everythingelse ill Captain Clay "'illilllll:<' knowledge
outside the bar in five fathoms
of water, 200 :, there is a way to pack oranges properly of tho;inland navigation between this the attention. of those de.slringline
yards south of the range of said channel. A and of The 'port ullll'I'lIulllllna, known as the Cumberland Timely Xottcc.
doing improperly. CioodOrilers1* .
many ways *
second class can will be placed mark the Itoute:, and his skilful management If you are ca ting yourself around in

north breaker, painted red, No. 2. old way was to pull them from the trees: of the steamer ll. 11. Plant, of which lie i.s: search of some 1ll'IL..illg, useful tool acceptable ;: 1" left to my selection'
pour them into a barrel orally kind of a box master and )pilot, that we make no apology
------ There standard for giving him a merited paragraph.' holiday present for your husljaml, wife, will receive careful and<< prompt
Fernandina Jacksonville and ship them at once. was no
Hallroad. Isis fumiliiirity with the channel has no daughter, or sou, drop into Prescott's and! aid tcuul lout.

package ; no care in pulling handling, parallel, exceptin n pin '.woluli: ncjiroe's; select a fine pair of Dunbarr's or T. Miles! : J. H PRESCOTT

The recent fine weather has enabled the and no other way of selling than by the Knowledge of the path to the house of his Philadelphia school or dress, Itutton Bouts, ,
hundred sweetheart. Storms, pitch-dark nights and 4-3m Fernandina Fla.
contractors to push work the rail ,
on new or a pair of those: gentlemen's embroidered!
impenetrable incentives ,
: fogs are only interesting
With the increase of production, system ._ ,
road. The pile driving across the marshes to duty i in his navigation,and never hand-made: Opera Slippers.: Dy so doing, ----

of Nassau river and Trout creek is progressing has been introduced, and the best methodsof cause: him to falter for a moment or to you act wisely: -your purpose: gained, your II. J. BAKER & BRO.
several drivers packing have been studied up, greater slacken the sliced of his vessel Right on
satisfactorily, pile being well I besides this
money expended ; t unavoidable
the densest darkness he the
through plows
and caution i is exercised: in taking otf :
employed, and the track laying is proceed- care wave by compass chronometer\ making expense will not overtake you a I

ing. The energetic contractors will loso no the fruit from the tree, and a standard box time and port while other: steamers cast anchor few days: later. It ,

time in completing the work. or package has been adopted, which enables and wait for storms to I subside! darkness _. __ __ h ___ 215 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK,

-- ---- uniform rates of freight to be estab to be dispelled IIr fogs: to roll away. Tor the Holidays. t

The Shell lload. I lished. The orange tree in Florida blossoms During the recent heavy fogs, which were Fancy Goods and Novelties: ,
often so thick as: to reamer: it impossible to Manufacturers
Our citizens are slow in acting in this mat in February-time fruit first shows itself see the smoke stack from the wheel-house\ ( Velocipedes:! Balmy Carriages; ofCII ;

ter. :Many of our Northern visitors enjoy about the size of n pea, and grows steadily:! he made his trips regularly, without mice Umbrellas and Parasols.THKO. i

long walks, and an excursion to the beachon in size until October or November. It seldom missing: the devious channel or in a single J. LEwis, -+- KM ICA I, I'JUC'rJI.IZI __
intsance mistaking course or distance. GItflna!) Avenue New York. :nS.
foot is always u pleasant and desirable! turns yellow until November, and increases Tho truth is, be knows the track and the Eighth ) 3

4 one. The shell road, on account of a pond in sweetness and flavor up to February speed of his vessels so accurately that bv the To Loyacrs.

which could be readily drained, is now impracticable or March. Necessity or choice induces aid of his: compass and chronometer, he is! few Mule Ox -
A or Teams: are: wanted: to I
us: confidedt in the blackest: darkness as in
for pedestrians. Wo learn that small to commence pickingand haullo'S at Dutton Florida. W.P.
many growers the brightest sunlight, and no more likely ;, apply. to .
several {>crsons who had desired to remain marketing their fruit in November, and to take the wrong path in a solid fog; than Gilford. Jon LYNCH.Jhitton a -.!rOlt.l\G1-t---. r.

and enjoy the sea beach, have left in disgust some even in October. It goes without saying when Aurora illumes: his way. Fla. A 19 ISSfl.
f. 1
ut the al'athy of our citizens. This matter that such fruit is immature, and its be- ---- ----- 'FIIEE: _

is too important to be delayed. ing put on the market injures! the reputationof List of Letters Brick, (

Florida The bulk of the fruitis Remaining: III the Post-Office Fernandina, Lime:, ;j-M.tS111tE-i f
oranges. -
Railroad Matters. Nassau eount',1"la., llcccmmmher17iSSSO. Persons Cement, I --- s
picked in December and January, and calling (or these letters must say advertised Piaster. I
The heavy trulllc 'on the Transit Railroadhas
some growers do not pick much of their Hair,

been n severe strain on the motive power, fruit until March, when they get the advantage Crews, Mrs Sid 1 Ewers, Lauck AT S'. IIRX '" HOYT'S.: A Most' :;upl'riurrtid<", under our own !

and trains have been delayed. Our experience IiursleyVlII II Jackson, Robert --- -
of better price; and a scant market, as Special Formula., .
is, however, so much better than that the Lindow, Julian Lindow. Julian CIIAS. L. IIOSSITEII,1t).:; Summit( street' To 4
the shipments fall off very rapidly by Leonard, J H Mucr; Nancy kIlo. Ohio, says :..I would not !take one thousand
of the Central Railroad that not
we ought last of February.The lichihlCm, M McClenan, Luanda dollars for my ExceNior: Kidney Pad,
l to complain. The Transit trains- are very fruit 1 is: not usually picked from Miller: Mary Sheppard. ieo if 1 could not got another. I have gainedin

t rarely olF the track and accidents are very but the first Small, Hester Trowte, Win three montli-s thirty pounds.-Sre Ade. i
each tree all at once, Turner Monday Worth, Hattie fiST COMPLETE MANURES a
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f rare. Occasionally an engine becomes disabled gather the fruit that i is within reach from WfU-hen.Hattie Wilson, Isabella ,

.; occasioning n little delay but we think the ladders are brought Washington llysick Young, CharlesSAMU Fifteen Stop Oi-fjans. Sub-Hatts and
the ground, then Coupler Only .fmS-Hest In the U. S.
few roads run their trains: with as much into requisition, and that on the upper part T. ltim'ELL. 1' M. Open your eyes v ids before you send I FOR EVERY FARM CROP, 1';.

regularity anal safety as the Transit.. of the trees is picked. The picker carries a Hotel---Arrivals.S.R. --. North for instruments. Spread eagle adver- I ,
------ tiocnu'iits do nut always tell the exact truth.
curries If
The Meteor. sack strung over his shoulder' a Atkins,Jude; M. L. Men[ >hon, IJruns- 1 Better inMrunicuts, at same or hs 1'rkescan Prepared: scientific principles! to supply

'r; This brilliant apparition seems to have sharp knife in his right hand and grasping wick Georgia; :S.:; "'. Hitch, .\. E.: Cochran, be had nearer home- See these others : Organs the exact :
'; the orange with his left: cuts off the fruit lUackshear; Ga.; 11. H. Rierdon, John W. ",-15 Stops, 4 :Sets: Uecds, .ub-Ikiss and plant.flIitlli.r. each cr.ip. so as

been of remarkable size and brilliancy. It from the branch as close as possible to the! Burke, Macon, Ga.; Hishop G. F. Pierce( Coupler, ISeautiful: Ca-o, only Vii! ; !(I Stops, to produce large yield* per acre.
was seen distinctly at Savannah, here and Sparta, Ga.; 11'. P. Lovejoy, Oxford, Ga.; U. 4 sets Iteeds: only $;!' ; 7 Stops, 3 sets Ueeds,
ut Jacksonville at the same moment. The fruit, deposits: it in his back, and, when sufficiently Layton, :Savannah:; Ga.; ; V. L. Starr, Charleston $-M. Stool and Ili,' >k included. Pianos-7

is said to have been brilliant filled, descends and empties: it carefully y. C,; O. P. Martin, Pennsylvania; T. Oct., large, size Ilich: Ka-cwood: <'a"',o. only
light intensely into boxes, to be taken to the packing Hammond, Chicago. 111.; A. C. Super, 1I1 1tJ- $1 i1) ; 71 Oct.) Iaritt>t size, only I $:....'0; 7J Oct. ALst) EILEKS IX '
4 and the report like the explosion of n very more, Md.; Ilcnjainin Upton, Ualdwin, Fla.; Square Grand extra large, Magnificent Case,
it undergoesa
heavy cannon. The time was simultaneous house. At the packing house A. S. Glover, Canada; Harry, .\very, 1[. C. only $:.!.'). Stool and Cover included. AH PRIME

at three o'clock of the morning of the llth sweating:! process for three or four days, and Moore:, St.:; Louis, Mo.; J. \, Sanders and from old and reliable! markers" and full)' AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS: :

is: then ready for packing. Trebles are arranged wife (Georgia W. 0. Taylor. Florida; T. A. guaranteed ; 15 days test trial. We |say
', and the duration a few seconds. The Georgia for holding the boxes, and experts, I.mlier Alhert. Dryden, W. H. Fraier, J, U, freight if not'lorl'u, itIH'I)' the SULPHATE:

(masers speak of a meteor having been seen Tubriskl and wife, U._!t._RuuseE.. : :: Sta- best bargains! !in! the_United 1 States._ No mistake AMMONIA.
about' five o'clock in the afternoon of the 9th when the business is conducted skiltuhyas.sort tia, H. }'. Kurroughs, j<'. .t;. uecu, r.. Herr(' about th s. \\e moan business, and
I the oranges into three or four different/ 11. J. Ackerman, New York City; C. A.l"\il. competition] with the world. Semi for Full ACID PHOSPHATI: ;!,

inst. at many points in Middle Georgia, sizes, and cull out all which are in any way tier and child, Atlanta, Ga.; II. M. Svlig, H. Prices 1880. It will pay \"uu.II.lrl't'S,

from :Macon south. They seem to have had blemished The standard box iucasurestventyseven C. West, Savannah Ga. LOUDEN A; HATES, Southern Music House: )MURIATE.'
7io percephble effect ot time weather, whichTuns orange t Savannah, Ga. POTASH
( inches in length by twelve Notice.Office .
been very mild since; l'UstOJJfce
inches in width, llh'hll'llinto two compart / Hour-From sro: A. s(. to (5:00: p. sI, New Advertisement*. SULPHATE OF SODA,

List of \'88e"Je"8rer ments. Large oranges will lie in rows of :Money Orders and Registered Letters from r

steamship f CVtyo//** <", from New York, four each way and four rows in depth, making 8:00: A. )I. to 1:00: p. )I.: and from :2:00 p. )I. FOR SALE. NITRATE OF SODA,
division and:!:) in a to 3:30 ". M. Sunday from 10:30 to 11:30 A- -
'December 15 ; Miss Mary I:EScanlark Mrs E blxty-four in each ,
M. and 3:30 to 4:30 p. M. JH.snUBI.IlIonm CONTAINING
Mrs J S Kelsey H Allen W box A second size will hold about 150 to a SUPERPHOSPHATE
n Williams, 'RIUV.Lsn HEPAHTVRE OF Tilt MULS. .11.. live rooms with Closets, front Piazza, ,
O Johnson and wife, Mrs James Armstead, box, and of the smallest oranges 250 can be Northern J/
II P Hauson, Rev J L Stewart, W HSpauldInc ( put in a box Each box is considered timeequivalent Closes "" "*. 3:00: p. M.Southern Trees. Centrally located. Good title, etc. SULPHATE MAGNESIA,

;Mrs F )Ibbell, Miss E Finley, H 11lin'ley of half a barrel, and freight rates J/utf-Arrives Clo.ea 1000.\3:30")1.. office.For further particulars, inquire at 4-tf this

Ward R Fitzgicons II Hell are made for barrels and boxes. Tra-ler't Hill J/n7Arrive -
J N ,>. J/ rv', an>l < -
\V F hill C [ackeY', wife and infant, A .\t the assorting table the boxes are removed 'lies-days and Fridays at :?:30 p. M.Closes OICA.VCJK IIOXKN. Strictly Pure Ground Hone.

and wife. W A Richardson, I) MouHn to other .trestles, where they arewrapped Mondavs'and Thursdays at S.-OO A. si.Sf. .

)Mackey Eliza Manley,'Miss Maggie Wilcox, in tissue imper, and afterwards ,.1.r.v'l..,and tnJfrriH'IS at M*) N WOOD AND HOOPS,
.Miss .\ Monday Thursdays A. )I 'l'lll Our circulars give full
A Stoker, Miss Kate Par-son, James properly packed in tier" or otherwise in the Tuesday and l"rillat>> :!:::\\O 1'. )I. tale FUR OH\ (a: BOXES, particulars, and are
Mrs It for at Fernandina by
h, Pat Kenedy, John JU-iIey. U JlCole boxes, the cover is put on, a hoop Is nailed Wedn'AlaysandSatMays at\IUJ: A, )I. 50-tt P. P. P.ISHOP. mailed free to all applicant. They contain

Denou Walder Mrs the box in three places Closes Tuesdays *,
COU11)It'te1yarounll Wednesday
Oden --------
awd wife, F K Cole, and unlays at :2:30 p. M.SiML. information that will{ be of service to
Z those
Samuel Dunn, and the stencil plate is placed on the end andthe Fridays s U11SC1UHE TO THE MIRROR $2 PER

1 V Jlalloway, F Smith, proper juarks: are given and the fruit is T. UllJ1>ELL, P. M. annum ; $1 fur six! months. buying Using Fertilizer: 3-m

'fourteen kteerage. .

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