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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
January 22, 1881
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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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1'I I whl'r11011\ the pltintitFnttlctenrlunt | I I Uy 1Ir.11'eiehm-.lsseunb1Vlull( l N I. .37 : For
entitled net in relation to the public ( illl'l'Ilr crimes !*
Till: FLOKIDA LEGISLATURE.THE nn I\Ill1unahh' to the relief of l'\ E. Richardson, of Escmnblacountv.
ords of the several ('ntllllieIf this are insolvent! pi : .
WOKK IKJSK: BY OVU SENATORS AS1> Rf '- Referred. to judiciary j committee.Uy i SllIle'l Referred Mr.: to Circen judiciary-Assembly: committee.Uy bill. No. I 18 : : ; i Uy )1\d'rrv-\l1'Ih': ( ) hill No. ;Wt:
bill No. 27
Mr. Judge Senate : I For the fllh'fof mnimed ] .
AT TALLAHASSEE. of for e I i t l oriPl'h'l' men.Uy
KESKNTATIVK of for the payment' assessors
entitled nn act to regelate the licensing provide the 187(1.( Referr : :Mr. (irccti-AWm/1", ,"r JwmWirelief. ? /.
IIf the militia in year 1
and !surgeons I the practicemedicine rolling
physicians I/me Thut time flf
." The Proceedings o/ the Senate.TUESDAY sllrgl'rInd obstetrics, for the saIl' to committee on ilaims.Uy ; Nmlfe fflcl'r"tl. legislature
( I the : of die
I .\ memorial 1 to Congo -'llle li"jOIII 1"f on'Tuesday
Mr. Uigham( -
January 11, 1880. of certain nle41kna'snnd for other purosl1eferre.l Ih(' Slim III'
introduced { to judiciary committee, ami, tilt for the improvement of the I Wneasassa niWekiva \Ir. tinily t''rlllr1111 10 withdraw .
hills :
The following were rivers in this: State. Referredconnnitteeon (htI '
Senate bill No. HI!) : To l he entitled an net 10 motion, :IS 110 copies of the billllt'll'rclll'rinlt'lfor i co11auerce81111 navigation.\ I 1 the \l'Iitiul ofThllIw \Iitchcl: fo
: and Assembly.
of Ihc11111': (
incorporate the Carahelle it ThomasyilRailroad use HohilltJlt-\\"l'llIhh' bill X1).1''! : : \ .
ntittl' lly Mr.( ('rill--"ItHtl':: bill No. 28 : .An I\l'l I' Uy Mr. ; of the following
to Mr.: Polk
Company. Referred coin sale of \ k ( ilrynnt. Illrhl'11
the personal' property\
the claim of the State:: of Flor. Regulating
on railroads and telegraphs.\ to relinquish<< led tor the payment of taxes due! at : r'Ulllliol:
By Mr. cell'lInlennle[ bill \o. 20 : To ida to 11\1111,111 the former Palatka n'I'I'r.ttion \- upon committee on luau 1.'I.t"I"I'd. Tha the committee( on post
Referred to
embraced in certain ('lIlril'i'lIItH1 war. unpaid.':
l b 6 entitled nil act to change the name of t'lIih'1'tlll,' laiotlice. and taxation. I routes! be : rlllh'll1\u II 1 1 memorials
in the :
h'elson. ami to make rant locations for or post-ottlces, referred to
Usay Smith to Usay' 'lain :\( :: offered following rcsolutioAV.Wm : post relh'!
Usay Smith an hetr-at-laty of 11. "-. Nelso Referred to committee on Speer/ That this Assembly, as a bud : : said committee, until the tint day of F\ml- I
'lIl11l11ittCl'bo 8l'n- .\1: nr1I'xl., day
; on or
Referred to ( 'II1I11 at t'lint tabo
judiciary\ lunatic' ( present
will visit, the
:-llIIlh': 1 1-!: :
the relief of Thomas '
ate bill No. 21: : To he entitled an nit for (Ihe I for dice, on Saturday next, January' lath atwe ( "i\rI11'IHri:1 (embracing: nil post routes ,

relief of .. Moselcy[ sheriff of Leon countlleferreil ;\'. ferret! to committee on claim" I1IIIIl1Il\'ij.l\- rcspcttfullv ask that the :Senate: will (') :: : I or ))815t-utlleI'M in time hands of the committee.Adopted. j

to committee on claims.Uy The committee on commerce' tin with the .\ cnibl I I \ ( .
visit :
and same
Mr.[ CKIIl'l1lte bill No. :22 : To 1entitled 1 he tion reported on Senate hill No. 13: : To I hl cur ; : I The I'"olutiul ottered by Mr.: ( fr"1 10IHljuur

an act r lulito the practice of del l'lItith'lll\II act to amend (Chapter' :till'xoi'crat'i'I l.aw8! which committee was" adopted.The (lit privilege" nnd election \ : tint le on Tuesday, 1.\.lrll\I,

tistry Ithis State Referred to j judicial itf FlorithIwillg an act to prevent ( : the of the Walton conty ; was on the table.
IN reported
recommending :" \ upon
committee.Mr.: of pilotage contestantsand recommended lhef ml lu ; : I The following telegram vas rend : I
Delano ottered the following result : [ Mallory and Thompson' safommittee :: 11'. I D.C., January 11, 1
said hill jug resolutions for adoption\ \ : \'IIWTOX. :1
adversely on ,
( reported ; I Inn.llnrrif prukrrnl'thr.t.t.I 'rnlhly
tion : I to tie vote for ,
That a
lletulicd, That the judiciary committee 1 be md: recommended consideration thlit\ do of not the\pass.The hill wpostponed \! scmblj 111l'1ill the county of Walton\, :: :: Invitation accepted. wIl he present! if inevitable -

requested to report upon the advisaliilil further .January. tween' A. 11. McU-od( and .\. S. Kennedthereby 1 t ( accident does \prevent.C. .
of act in relation i t;) until Monday, : I W.JOXKS.Adjourned .
and necessity passing: an\ I ,'
i we, (
better creating n vacancy
describing pennltil'gthcr'to Senate bill :\0. 15; : For the praseemitiun 'r- I until ( Januury
railway accidents, and read the' respectfully request thogou-rnor order 1 Monday morning, -
when such accidents: occur from Ihe of h'galllll\'erti"l'IIll'III4. was in said 17
rcmlt.of negligence, carelessness, or defeititmachinery t bird[ i time and 1 \pas:'cd.Also 1. election for assemblyman county ( (
: 20 To make Usi\\' Walton, as early ns practicable.Hfmlrnt ,
Senate: bill No. :: I Hotel ltccnncN.Ci.vitKNiHiN
superstructurtwhich ;
roadways or I That we recommend the COlli11 .
read and adopted.Mr. Smith\ an heir-at-181v of 1 R. 11'el'un HOTEL, OKKKX CovESrniso,
was insert
to eighty
Dell moved that the rule he waive In executive session, the following contiinations '- tee each on to appropriations the said A. 1{. :\\h'J."lnllll: A.Kennedy January)' 10, 1 1881.
and that Senators Crawford anil Delano bc R. I., Orittlth were to :be clerk of the circa in the general! I appropriation\ \ : Tn the JditorI the .1i'or. .

placed upon the committee and on the ugrieultim l'fl'l'oitl'llt11Iu'ed i (;-ourt for :Manatee (county; A. L. Wat Oll, to remunerate\ them for nctunl expenses DEAUSIK: Wi'Ollot{ lend the influence
which agreed
Messrs.was Crawford and Delano! on said to he sheriff for( Manatee county ; ('o\llll'iI cumuli ; which- was readni(1 adopted.Mr. nl''olr tmvnrds; ,!'. the Illrl1
Plunimer chairman( (') lup'r 'iIIl
be clerk of the circuit court I"l' ,
committee.Mr. A. Bryan, ( : if taxes i the( holds -
and navigation : imposed
Leon county Charles C. Pcarcc" to be l'ol. on commerce rl'l"lrll"1 1I'inlln'Iol' 1\01
Uryson, from the committee on jud ; for Leon (county U. A. \"' l'lIIhh'I1'lwrilll \11. :2!: : tCongress'of t ; in this State.We .
lector of ; '
ciary, reported upon and Senate recommended bill \o. fi its, with pas- Cr nun, to revenue 1 be assessor of taxes 1 cur Lei' I. the UniteilStates: asking for i ; pay: the regular State and county tax

an amendment The hill, was read the second tim', (:ounty! ; John :M. ]Ucggs, to be clerk of tlirctiii h(' I. uppropriation for deepening\ thannet and ',' ('s, assessed on m our property thu same as nil
sage. M. II, out the Apalachicola hay: ,
for Madison
court : county;
and ordered engrossed for u third reading tu- (vVaring, to be collector\ of revenue for Maiisoii / mending its \passage.Mr. : il the State, mid, in addition, payHotel -

morrow. county ; 11. Wiulsworth.. to be a"sc Cooper, chairman Assembly of the\ bill' ( license......................:1O.Ol)
12.Mr. I bur of taxe's:: for( Madison county.FHIHVY committee, reported\ upon : (Liquor I license. .. 150.00)
WKIIXESPVY: January I Entitled: t\IIUc! to prohibit the! use of ( : .... ... ..... ..
[ Cole ottered the petition and notice i of -- i : lhlIbli ii In each billiard table............ 22.JVO

Josiah T. Walls, contesting the seat of :\Ir. I ; January 11. deceit language\ on groundsill\ I ihis! ( 01) each howling alley............... 22.50We
:Mr.\ Delano) offered memorial relating I III lanes streets, or public
Dell of Alachun county Referred to ('ulII- Mlb tlo not know of business thatrings
till introduction of certain fish into the Wa-i iens repurtimgasubsntutelbercl'orwhich\ any
and elections. :
mittce privileges of this State which was read the.liriiul t lute! they recommended pass. more money into the Stale, or Is the
;: ;
ottered the following \'l'sn- ::
Mr.[ Entitled
Thompson :
bill\ 0..1
Also Senate ::
second time. upon of distributing more money than the
lutiunViiEkF.ts: commissioners' to swear w! 111'111'
introduced act authori/e(
bills : :
: The following\ were
\ A caucus of the! Democrat oaths heretofore ) ( iotch<.
111.1ir.'I'holmpson-Senatelull:: : ) :: 'I'll 1 nesses:! and! legalizing
members of this legislature has nominate ami recommended I ] not for the tourists and the ho-
stnblish bureau of immigration for tlstate ministered by them, were !
-. Jones to be his own sin ('! a 1f1
Charles : t
Hon the mllfl'rap Also \1,01H'IIlh'\ bill No. tr : would have "dull times" invinterns
Senator from thi"! of Florida and to promote' passage. I! els, we not
cessor as United States I Dnnl.ip'. \
lallll Rerred '- titled act to author/e \
the State ( an
he will he r<'- (l settlement well ns in summer? They make
and next
on I
State of and coat
take charge
immigration.lly of i Pensacola, to
(elected: such United States: Senator:: ; there-I I[ the IcKav--'lHltc committee:: bill, No. :31 : For liis own estate, without recommendation.( l narkets for the l'ouliry01",111 stitiiu- !

fore be itHcsotred he relief of '1'hns..1.; : Carrot Referred: I I III toi Senate:: hill, \o. 5: An act to authorDiinlap ate 1IIrllIl'ol( business
the / :
the Semite !/ :
by consisting of th"1 i nimittee1)11l.uhlil i \ I la nI". \ 1.IIIlah, of Pensacola, to (hat can bo\ done to add to the
ring, That n committee" his estate, \II'tlllJ
count' of ami control\ own
the barge
concerning cm ([ l
bill \0.17
President of the Senate and the Speaker 01'I I ite Senate of Calhoun was read the !" 'lInt: r'llIla "I''oJltllltlll third (time, and \passed. :: ('olfort thy tourist, his: amusement, and f
the Assembly Assemblymen together with he appointed two Senatoi t to: i:I line' the rule vaivclinmd. the bill read tlbird Assembly bill4). :iU! was introduced 11 induce him tl come 01'1 mid remain

and three he with.. time and pmm:-''('mI.1Ir..Iclinnuriobtuined. Mr( Moore( : To be l'llllI'11111lid to ('" ong, "IWII.lle done.N .
him to
telegraph: [ Jones, inviting ( for the HI (
introdmSenate I lisp department! of agriculture
leave to a
election which wus ( : [ the way to do this to to the burden
of his lull
us: on the day ; Referred to I the committee \ \
; hill \o. 32 : Relating to the arrest: i i'ugitives 01' 1If' Florida .
read and adopted. fl''l1lotlll'r states. H-. Agriculture.The t of> I the hotel proprietors by loading thl'l
)[r. Robinson ottered a memorial from Ihe : : announced the ,: t with license th'eyinvcnolhinglcft
Sena1) :
erred judiciary ('omlllitt(( ANo, ( II'WI special IIX'I IIlItl
of the MethodKpiseopal : t '
Florida Annual Conference entitled act relating t I to standing committies i on fisheries: 11(r, :I with which to .
South the subject of IJiII0.. :33\: : To he an I ( r 'l'ulrlo
: Church' on Messrs. ( ;
Referred to the con of1011 rill', chairman :
lemllcramlcclaws ; which was read, ami, upo he ('ril1lcof larceny. Whiddcn. I I : ( : :? : > keep I their property In order.
motion referred to a "special' joint committi nittee judiciary. introduced nll'I, : ( short ; )' days
from the )"'. Urvson obtained; len'to introduce II The joint resolution' by I IlIrtl"USOI li I'l'r) Ill'l
of three from the Senate and Jive tlIl'llIoriato\ Congress asking that an npprtiriation 1v.'l'mmpson in the Senate in regard t the I February and March) will cover all the pe- (1

Assembly.: offered{ memorial from till! be made to clear out the! Suwaniuiver :: examination of the State /\ : : I rlo,111I which nny 11I0I''I'to 1 he, 111,1(,. Yet
)[Niolaek which
",1 t III .\ 'htll1111I1 the ('ollvid camp.and
State of Florida on the subject: of all I' from New 'froill l.aray'ttl""l1lll' ) taken 11r'u,1 ( i Ille are required to pay just as
Orange Mlaville: in )Madison county, Fla. Read thirst uisscd by that bodyis \ i \ HI'lsOllohls
agricultural: bureau ; which agriculture.was: read, 7111referred and !second I times, the rule waived, nll.l uloptcd.! : The Senate: joint resolution\ in I : ( (; : I I inch 1 license tax : tIIIJ..1 til')' were doingusiness ] I
committee on f
to the '
'ol\.lill\lilllwlallll'l\ll\H'l\lt'I was
f bills introduced : he memorial put upon its passage.Uy :unl to ( : \ the entire year ,
The following t were I hill No. :31 To I he 'urrcd I in. I
Mr.[ Bn'ol1-H"lIah \ : ( We for the furnishing
Uy )((1'. Crill-Senate bill, \). :23:I : To he net the Live Oak I ( : : pay fl.'io I privilege <

entitled an act to amend nn act entitled a milled& Rowland's UII Uluff to incorporate Railroad. Referred tomnmittee \\'tII'm"lI\: January: 12.Mr. n, little wine to our guests at the table, and22..M

act to establish a bureau of immigration for '' on" railroads.lssembly llryan,of Orange, introduced. a ('\ $: ) on I billiard table furnished 'for, the
the State of Florida, and to promote the ( read the ial I from I the committee of the Florida ( : : the
memorialu.. :2, was mnsement of guests, just same as
lands olpron'llarch ( 111'
rapid settlement of the State \ erenceof the Methodist\ Episcopal\ ('
:\( 7 1879. Referred to committee Olt ccond\ time nnd passed. of regulating / largest bar-rb41nn or JllarlIlullllIII the
In executive session: the following\ ('lInfirIllutioni ;ioutli, IHMHI\ the :subject ; : til
i immigration.Uy made ale of intoxicating liquors.( Also: the ;tate, ih>ing liisimMdsheeutireyeur.
: were :
Willard-S'ltatc hill No. 24 : The forth ( We keep liquors at all If it were
III W. A. locker to be State attorney owing : woll.llot
entitled nn act to amend an act keep Ri'- Fifth' Judicial Circuit of Florida; T. Jvey lietolcrtl. That iis1N'ciallonrnittseof I IIL for the,fa't that I the I class of |K>ople who
repair the highways and public fudnnmttecouuty the speaker to report !
to be clerk of the circuit court i hl' appointetl by !
: ravel in Florida demand \\Inu( at
ferret to committee.Mr. I to tulll.
judiciary be expedient
:\[ John L. Crawford to becretary \legislation as may ;{ ,
Rryson, of the judiciary and committeereported ', !; of State; ; "". D. Uarnes, to J boilgdrulier (, uJltl control the sale of intoxicating \ \ : Uy the lime the State, CUUIt' and United I

upon :Senate bill \0,12, reconi Senate (' for the State of Florida ; (ieorg; l'I' 1111I1 that all bills and\ memorials upon :: Hlall'l'CII""/are paid. (nmonntlng to about
mended against its: passage : also upon be referred to said ClIlIlIlI ill
for I lie
recommending its passage ; Raney, to bo attorney-general $1i), the proprietor has not much
bill \n. 20, .
tate of Florida E.: K. Foster to be supeiitendent .Itlojitetl.Mr. I
also upon :Senate bill No. :22, recommendin; of ; instruction for the :Stat: Snow introduced n memorial to (.' 'ny the original bills

its passage: ; also upon Senate bill No. 15 Senat: rue- of, Florida ; W.public P. Uyrd, tobe county judg I tress Asking: an appropriation) for the Why cannot we he allowed to takv out ucense
ommcniling its passage ; UJMHI recommending for Leon county Toveinent of the \\ ithlacoochee, river for the time we da l'I"III"/,1

bill its\o. 11, with amendments, The Senate then adjourned to Monday[ i-rrett to the committee on commerce' ; We repeat, that the tourist should I in-

Senate: passage.hill \o. 22: : An act relative to tb.practice .' anuary 17.I'roceedluUH. I uvigation.Uy! 11(r. .\IH'rt'-\[ memorial fnnu I need to ('ltll I by offering him every facility

of dentistry, was read a second 11",1 I :-:tate Orange, Patrons of Husbandry.: \ III 1 the wuy OfU'I'IIIIIIII.1lol", amusements,
third time nnll'IISe'l. of theTVKSHVY.II4H'lItbly, olucation,
) fern..l to committee on I amiicnd
ulul as to come ns possible
Senate bill No. 12: Relating to I annoimciHl the follow ( get many
The k'r
llllpnent January 11. I!pea ''
of costs in cases of larceny, was: in, ; bills and: memorials, weritnidnccd I committees : I'I' as much time and money !j">hsll
4 l l'<)StKjned.Senate I| The following, l.\JlIIIIIW.e arm L'lmfirt t.'otitft-Messrs., : \ ( II thliII)' the State would Il benefited.

bill \o. 0: To amend Chapter. Mr.[ I'l'rn'-\I"'lI1hly: 1,111o.. 8 : Ai 11111l't ')m, :\Ict'ra)'. Tippill. Miller and Potter. \ I I I lint the way to tret tli(.u'ulll'Hlullul"
l.v! of the Laws of Florida being nil act entitled I Uy uiiCn(1seetion 1 of an net entitled "at imiiiittfeoH .fryluar-Messrs.: Tolbert, I ull a'"I"l'III'II.' 1(* not by faxing them out
\ amend Section 3, Chapter: *, to Coleman. I 1 of existence .
an act to uniform system of'II'IUTIlII- n', Speer: llowren and by "1'lallhll''It'/
of an act to provide for the punishment IIf I lid to provide this : a appiovx-d 11, 187S1leferred /' :Mr. 'hi,I It'n\ offered I the t following : : Your, VrY"'I'ctlul) ,

crime and 'proceedings; t in criminal oases approved I tillc in to State.jwlil'iarl'Ollllllitt'e.. .Also Asrnbly I lie it rrnoli-rd by the ..hmIlM'fhnt the : I JAIIUJ \.\I'I'LEIJ\T1
3 1874 was read a thin be and they are (' (
. February bill \II. !IJ : To he entitled an act furtho I iciary committee ,
time and passed.A ) : better government of thecities and town- istructcd: 1 to inquire into the condition ''It J''TJ' ,-IVJ.
received from the Assembly side of IViicc (' ,
message was: hi this State. Referred to committee on city I nimble lands on either ; ,
stating that the Assembly! had adopted a and l'ollntorgallizatiotl ranted for specific \\urposes| by the act \ .inching, mid humming an idle air, .

substitute for Senate joint resolution relativito Mr.: ( )llcy: Holds-Assembly bill \n. 10 : 'roved February 12: 1W;it, which said act I 1 : I threw the drawer's ('HlltCllt.aside;i'frift
appointing a joint committee to telegraph Uy mended act posted" February 1), ll'' I ( there I
Tn i.e entitled 1 an act to amend an act tilrthe by an of old days Illuten..1 ,
Hon. CharlesV.. Jones, and for other purlH action isnecesstarv to i
to assessment and collection\ of revenue, aj>' ml to rl'lHlrt what patient In ulIlrl. : ,
>ses ; concurred in, and the President ap ,roved! March 7, 1879. Referred to commit- icumber the lands tied up under the i"f.

Pointed as: the committee on the part of lhtSenate finance and taxation. Also, Asembl! | ruck, as it were, by a 1'111.11'11 shut, x ;;<

Messrs. Thompson and Niblack.In eon 11 To be entitled act to enabhrttlew )Ir. Reynolils\ ottered 1 a joint I felt an old wound bleed anew ; '
executive session the following confirmations bill No. ::State lands to obtain titles: therei. roiMjsin/\ ; amendment Section/ 3 of ('krelcssly seeking I know not what \ ,,1
Peter Cone, to be sherit: : on Constitution ol "' ) I lit tie shoe.eiuory ,
were made : Referred to committee on public lands,, licll' X\ J. of the I ruumeon I '
for Nassau county ; Peter T. Knight, to IK .super-Assembly bill I \o,12: Allact'l'tllUllon' ;; the orders of the day.

clerk of the circuit court for Monroe county : Uy Mr. the bringing of suits by married I The following; bills were introduced, I ((a"h'loIIJe ; sadly

. (i. F. Smith: to l>e assessor of taxes for Polk I to regulate Referred) to the judiciary ('J'II111 \- I 1lacl..ll1l11ung the orders of the day. I Halliit merry laugh of 1'I; 'I
collector of rev women. I bill :\11. : beat of (
county ; J. :S. Tillis to be Uy Mr.: Zipi-erer-Asscmbly! : tune tiny
littee.Uy i
Thomas CMcen: tube J. Duncan awl N. That flior.tubby
enuo for Polk county ; Mr. Moore-Assembly' bill No. 13: : Tu I"or'the relief of J, : ; I'atl'r'tl
sheriff for Taylor county. furthe Mr. McKinnon AsM-mbly! bill
rl'l'i'all1l1 act to provide Uy: :
mend an act to of .F. J.11'hile, of (' round face, w) demure and wise,
2'1 f For the relief
of land sold for taxes, Ill'JrovCll :
redemption with brow angel fair
13. $
TiiCRsDVY January lllleit so ;;
flf) inntv
and to disjiose I
1. to Congress March 7, 1877 bill No. 23= reflection of t'l'111 ,
Mr.: llry&on offered memorial and bought by the State Uy Sir. Ilvrle-.1sstiibly : Vr'uIY harl'-IJ1
( for taxes :
mail route ) ( .\ halo of golden .
asking for the extension of the .. Referred to committee on M-mit A. )1. McMillan to straighten : S -'
from in to New (lr any ('ount) known Little and Big Pine I I
Cedar Key, Levy county totrl'alWf tu
fill ,It'e and taxation. I'l.t names, and jokes of her infant play,
Ellaville in = i .
to : Alms .\ r
Troy, in Lafayette county .t'Iklll-\.emhlr( bill :\11. 14 :: rt'n. in Escambiu: county. blow
:\1 Struck the heart with
Madison county, Florida, above New Troy lly r i1Il""tal'lItill J Referred to comiltue i hill 10.21 : To levy a tax mi all liquors! : I on 'u IUII1 ;
in the of ,
'fo prevent morn one
L ; rt )
Referred committee iM routes. alllilioltlu" "illlnc.I ta
to I and election.Uy own
committee of fi'cWai privileges I Urwlrlrol-\t' Am) death ere the .un wa low
On motion u special Mr.[ \1l'jrath-\'oM.mtl: hill No. 15: By Mr. William, \

: apiMinted\ by the President\ on roads and ,' the relief of Frederick X. F 11\", tax colctor I hll\\ No. :25' : Authorizing the adoption \ : 1"Nr little relic! brief hour of !

- highway, to act during the session Mes-r of the I I ,'ur If Marion county. Referred tl) comittec I artin 1.. Douglas*and Martha J. ", :, What khamuto lit if t1 will\, (all ? s
legislature the committee being awl to change their name'*. "
; uh how khoit!
i nn claiin-i. 'rin tile of babyhood ,
I'olliill, :$harp('. McClellan: Strand Walk Uv Mr. 'J'uuke-\'II11J\y' \ bill :\o. lti;: ,: By Mr. Zip\crt'r-\"ruLlv" : bill. No. :. ; I : 'fhl2 poor little shoe-how small ,' _
I of :( C. Horn.
er. the time of holding\ ; the circuit court t'or the relief Ely
ixing (
The following bills were intr Hluced : Referred I The Senate bill authorizing('* ( I
Mdiciary until
., Judicial Cireujt. A I Iowa man cntly
Third : \ City,
To beentitled in I : 1''lllr"t "
." fly Mr. Polhill-Senate bill No. : : committee. tl) itweur witucM' 't'll. and I legalizing ; I lizard in a \\\\x\ tuliamcu'limeittoul
an act in relation to the punishmentof )Ir. U'rne-\JI."CmLh' 1,111'o.17 : To retofore ministered I by limeIwus iu I win all there except the head. WI4f.iul :

, crimes and misdemeanors. Referred to 'ovido Uy f pr the payment of c mets.mb a-s to en- The consideration ivvrnment<\k.seinbly" of cities bill] \ t \ l' l!,s-H bitten uif h tr.d\"J\'l'nr.\
judiciary t-ominittee of the to enforce the law (ur the banter g< )
fr. fly Mr.: Delano Senate bill \o. 2:,!<):: To be aMe justices iieac





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WAITIXO. and drooplll .IIIIt1ttl, shining' now with. now," ('hare In her "How absurd are, Esther," responded)
r the pitiful brightness of Mil "sweet calm '"oicf my grandmother WILl saying to Clare, whl'1 'ol smile, as we mounted
slowly-welling he spoke with her serene
With waiting and wishing our courses we tears ; over all a mass!' of willfully-waving rising that!!characterized, with the slow, tranquil I went in. "The old baronet, Sir Arthur, tile stairs, together "See, there 1 Is grand.
grace all .
pave ; brown hair dark almost her movements, was at college with your He .
to blackness. \
.' We wait for the port as we battle the wave ; Oh, why was I not beautiful-beautiful Vaguely handful I felt as if she had brought me In married I late In life: and died wh1 his 1:111wniil for' us. for not .
'TISlutlng forever from cradle to with the white t of the glistening snow (that lay \ one who has just been } apolojlze he rllllllj
} grave. and golden )beauty of mymother's without and scattered itschillingerystalsoh 'Oulgl'rolthe Gerald need I'? said Mr. .\rcl as { I ,
race! My I grandmother would heart. ) hurt-was quite 1 Ilcl Neither Sir is of to come and visit !
Waiting for morn, so serene in Its light my his brother in the country "It I truly go.1 you
ii i Waiting for noon-day, so brilliantly bright; ; !been have so loved much me\ less then lonely, and ,my life would which have And yet tll spell of my cousin's beauty since nor then, but Sir ( I\tl married about 1 me. It more than) reconciles me to my 1enforced t

I Waiting nt eve for repose: in the night 1 indulged in a hearty t'pon' cry, shook reflection was such at our I loved her, and did not wili.tIcI year ago and settled down on the family: estate. 'I inactivity you are)!fooling, better" saulllarc,

I myself up, observed! : aloud( that Iwas an mid gralllllotl'r'!d\'OtfJ to her I suppose Mr. LIIldot'cllll') is visiting "lllpe smile, him her
tj Waiting for zephyrs! in Spring-tirne that (' (' \ II at Cliffe Hull 111 with her !\\t j1'Ij ltl
arrant and should lot I'l'1 to
; goose have known better ; I white hand "We \\'re'lo! grieved helr
for since he quite a
1Matting for summer and (flowers that and then turned attention to the tea, theeffects What girl) many "l'II-llt' wnl I of r acddel
Esther lad. 1 renumber t.
grow ;jt of whithIO 1 strange you are : ? buy He was a very) handsome your I
soothed l
Waiting for winter and I me that I foil observed (', from I He You are kiwI am feeling quite
swift-falling snow and dreamed looking up the em and they say he was clever. (
: asleep, that I had tomove
I discovered a broidery of an absolutely Impossible bird had a great 1 Idicvculdthat well, save: for an Igjra'utlg incapacity)
I Waiting ever the bosom's refrain. marvelous (elixir one application of which roosting in I highly improbable tree, which led tul'ntor painting good deal-nt any my ri hurt .
)had "
In moments of pleasure and moments of the admiration transformed of me into a dazzling blonde, was her latest: fancy' in crewel-work. Clare rate, he. has lived roving 1 sort of life and I Doesn't it: ? I a1kC1
for the
pain ; everybody.It ) bad been with us 1 for about a month now, not been much in England.; His[ luther He turned and looked le hrt ,
Waiting, though stricken again and again was somewhat disappointing to awake and we wore alone in the she Miss time. "
one left him good fortune-- was a :
and find myself as plain and brown us ever; damp cold afternoon. crawlng.rool I very "Well, I can't SlIt I is altogether I t I pniuless -

Waiting in childhood for youth's joyous but I was sufficiently restored to smile at "Strange ? (How dear ?" I asked wonder Joscelvn he a wealthy banker's daugher-nlHI, ," he answered) with a smile that leelell
time ; my own weakness for caring about it, and I ing!v. his hU11110n'i by some"' hln.ln'll 1 )year lt to light up the depths of Ils 1

I I'm waiting," says Youth, hut I'll certainly resolved to endeavor to make my) grandmother "I hardly know," she Altogether Clare had raised. : her impossible eyes until they Hashed, though It but slightly! I
climb love me in spite of three nll\\'c'r'tl hcrlJlueevolfrnl of )his mouth "How
my I think I the
one like and telH' quietly to nhygrandnulther's lu\'e.1 corers
The of the ladder Hut this seemed dillicult when Il'\'l'r bird l with what it
top on reaching: my very an you before. You arc so I the ( ever i is but a compared
t prime" hour later, we sat alone at dinner, and I in- seem to be terribly in l'nthl.tltC. ant! she uierh'said,speech"Then, \I is well 01(1111 oil'? might' have been Tarqum's hoof was very

stinctiVclv felt, even without looking up, thing, and sometimes such curious c\r- old "In' near my) temple once before I freed myself.
the lady
rOi say 1 "Decidedly !I' replied .
i In manhood awaiting the time when lie that the bright blue were I
may eyes) constantly tilings-things that I don't half understand. ; addition to which, he to a good family. mill'Oh-
) Find rest on a calmer, a happier day, upon me, full of unfavorable comment. Then you dress so elHy. and you are so un i The baronetcy dates belongs back at least: a don't !I'"' I cried, with a Ihud.ler.cov.

'I When age shall relieve from the worrying Your" cousin Clare is coming next week, ; conun011hokimigyn0rself, I sometimes think '. couple of hundred years:' ering mv eyes. My[ vivid imagination pic

fray.Waiting, Esther, observed grandmother, In one' you look us if you had just stepped out of )HAw very nice !I"' remarked Clare, in her tul'lla horrible sig'ht-a cruel hoof-mark on

when Fortune sheds brightly her of repast the many pI\l1 ethllt occurred during the picture.." I ,. tranquil voice as she dropped her eyes to that manly face blood, those short, bright curls all
must have boon singularly her work crimson
umqrepossessing again.
smile ; "Your uncle Wilfred is going to India on one, then," I said, ruefully. "1 don't I felt sure that the same thought passed Clare looked at me in surprise, my grandmother .
When choice arc the pleasures the pathway some business, and I have promised to take think i in displeasure"Forgive
any) care to place rep through all our minds at that Mygrandmother's
beguile, Clare until his return ,She will be a nice of physiognomy I his 10lelt smile said Lancelot Ayclitrevery
There always Is something to wait for the companion for rClelltllhol my upon (:oult'nalH'orl' 11l', need dwell
you canvas. with which she so usually: regarded her favor- gently, ;"There I is no upon
while Ohs, that is delightful, grandmamma !I" "'h. not ?" ite grandchild smile in which pleusurean(1prude what might have ('cu. I1pifor me 1
I said enthusiastically t for I was charmed at "Well I it off much better expected
in hardly) fancy can be particularly were niinglel-and I knew she wasplanning came
Waiting: poverty, anguish and grief; the prospect! of youthful companionship. I interesting to paillth' people the little which I had under the circumstances.1Feeling
Waiting for )heaven to send us relief, Is Clare older than I ; rOlalH'O
? ashamed of
am "Who told half involuntary
you You were ugly, Esther; ? settled so much to my
the heart just my ownIltsfadioll
that the trial Is brief.
i Telling "About two older I believe. I retired to chair some
years l1kttl! my beautiful! cousin. As for Clare herself, her ; exclamation a itt!
Is she very pretty ? I asked, hesitatingly (Irundinuinina flce nevr and! and busied myself in f
Aye, waiting for joys that willnc\'l'r !1" I answered, it was always serene and beautiful, calm distance unravelling I
appear; 1 anxious to know what she was like and "Not for She, meanwhile -
Waiting for voices we never shall hear ; pcrl0lps, in so many words: unchanging us my lother's picture, whichit skein of llgletllik Clln'
Waiting for moments that never are near.' yet fearing needlessly to call my grandmother's as clear I meaning scores of times" HO much resembled ; but I felt convincedthat lat IH'lr couch all conversed
attention to my shortcomings.. "Grandmamma does not admire dark people she was not unconscious: of our grandmother's easily and quietly in the l'all, unvarying
"Clare is a thorough Cunyngham," responded said Clare, in her quiet that causedit. tones habitual to her
Waiting when sinningand, worn in the strife, even way smile, nor the thought .
With penitent throbbing* the bosom i is rife, my grandmother, with a pleased Hut it does not follow that everybody My grandmother us after while, coming
Waiting the dawn of a holier life. proud smile. She is just like what your should be of her opinion." In I few minutes Sir Gerald t'alt down in every now and then for I few minutes .
mother was at her age. My I grandmother came in at this moment, and informed us that his brother was in and then[ departing again on some one

Waiting at least for the spirit's release ; For one moment I felt unreasonably Inclined and almost lmullneousl\ her entrance much less pain, and that the doctor said rest of dlc numberless! affairs! in which, in spite

Waiting a rest in the Dwelling.of Peace, to he displeased that any one else: Ilut-he'pIUeretl drove up and quiet were imperatively necessary. of her years, her unquenchable activity con

."'here waiting and longing forever will should resemble that beautiful dead mother, the \'IW, I 1 '.' Lance's greatest: trouble is: ft'lroftI"lgIInr :tant\engaged her.
'cease, of whom I had no recollection, while I myself "Visitors: this afternoon !1" said my) grandmother inconvenience in )your household, Mrs.Cunyngham ( spoke; but little and watched the progress

was so utterly unlike her ; but that Ot)II in ole surprise. "i I thought all ," he said "He has: been vigorously of the romance There was no mistaking

llr COUSIN'S FACE A NIl MIXK. 'passed: : and it occurred to me that I might the county) knew I only receive on Thursdays. l calling me over the coals for so unceremoniously I the fact that Lancelot thought Clare
lavish all the pent-up affections of my heart ." : intruding upon a lady's es-I extremely eautiful How could any man
You have grown very much. How old upon this sweet, unknown (cousin! who "SirGeraldAvelifre," was announced, and tnhlolllllent"l: otherwise: as for her, where,would
are you, child ?" should have the love would have given had a gentleman in (hunting costume made hisuppcarancu. him that he has no reason to I she find a nobler specimen of manhood, ?

"I shall be eighteen on the sixth of next mine been a happier youth, to some "elo.l.tlI'IoItcr trouble himself l'C' upon that score," replied .After while he !oIugge1teca! littlemusic.

month, grnnd III t1111 ilia I"! : carrying my mother's likeness in her .1 must bog of 'Ol to forgive this unwarrantable my grandmothergraciously.! Your brother I Will you sing 1e, : !Cunyngham ?"

"J'.ighteen Dear, dear! What a pity that face.I : intrusion, my dear Mrs. Crniyngham -* will form quite interest: for us in our .With'pleasure, if Esther will accompany

you arc not more like your 'oormother! resolved all this in my !impulsive' : w ay, ," he lit advancing to my grandmother quiet life, and my 11 grand-daughters wi I mo," she said, rising: at once.

"My grtudutothersurveyett me through her and counted the hours! until Clare Cunyng after rapid glance at us.: "I was: not tl sure, be pleased; : to do their best to She Img-wcdl: )', correctly,'pussionlessly: ,
spectacles with evident disfavor. I had I been ham should arrive. In the meantime I'was aware that you hut \'iolitol.: and felt sure tain him wh1 he i is well enough to 'nt'r'I'I as she always did 1 wondered whether )ll'l

accustomed to the foregoing formula of ques in the bands of Janet and a dressmaker until that I might (' upon your kindness: to You must on no account think of moving singing i produced; the same lTl upon him

thou, answer and remark, with !'light'uria. I should be fittingly appareled for my\ hclplc out of I dulci mna," him he has rCl'O\'erctl I believehe as it invariably did upon vague fooling
tion, at my annual holiday for the greater now life. If any diner l\lJ opinion arose, .I "hal bo 'only too happy to be of any ti find Mrs.( Lung capital nurse ; she of impatient tli appollllelt. He made 11' ,

sack of my short life. Now I had just come which was: not unfrequontly the case, between 1I'\' you Sir (herahl'said; my grandmother has: bad much' experience, and is 1 very I It sign.i .ThankOl, WIS al he said, O:Chlr
to England after two happy years in a the dressmaker and myself! my taste with her st'itely! air. "These are t trust wort 1 h,* person rl''II'lllier !seat. Tht'l turned to le,

continental school, and all along my home lying in the direction of doad, old-world my granddaughters: : Cunynghr: and .You are very kind, my dear )11:, Cunynghum : "PrY.llnll't rise: he entreated, ammo! I
ward way I had been looking forward with coloring and !simple, : quaintness:, of ('ut. and Miss: : .le Lisle Sir lrll.lI c, ," said the hllrtJ'I, .I am really I. wondered whether any one else had ever
dread to grandmother's (l<'n'ot'l'ltlgl''ctIncfJr ) hers in ordinary hues and the latest I fashion-: :Sir Gerald: bowed then continued ashamed to trespass upon your goodness; owned !such winning to m'oI: You sing, I

I suppose" I had just as much vanity book !style-and 1 my grandmother was appealed hurriedly : "While we were hUllthl"this' but, as you !see, 1 have no a1'rall\. As: am sure. Please let me hear you !I"
as most girls\ and it was extr'llll'lhurt to to decide the )point at issue: !she invariably afternoon, in v brother, I4ulcelnt-yau for Lance, I 1llllatoft'll he l'lllll lut be in 'answer I struck some plaintive minor

ful to my feelings to hear what I knew: to be tl'lli'tllhut I was: to have my own remember Lance, do you lot, Mrs.( Cmiy'ng- better hi I ( 01 h' fear i is that he chords, ali all'o e was: a deep,,rich.
equivalent to a lament over my plainness of way, always adding that she was too inexperienced hum?-mot with ratil an unpleasant accident will f find it so charming to be invalided in contralto, and I knew,that 1 sang well. lo-!

feature. in the mattcr of dressing: dark Nothing very { : ', happily, however such agreeable society that he will not bo sides, music had hitherto boon my one passion

I stood quite still facing grandmother, people to venture opinion., This 1 inter ho was thrown, and his ankle got an anxious for a {'Oi rUll'Se'ICl'." and it H'elellllS if my soul went forth
while my "spirits lruopelunder scrutiny.! pretedtomuenu that it was really of little consequence ugly wrench bf fore ho could extricate his My( grandmother, !'IlIIi.1 I on the :oIof tender notes: and vibrated

1 I She was a very handsome: old lady, with how I was dressed, so far as she foot from tho stirrup. Now, as we are n long .1Ve will take l'lre Sir Gerald," through : {' room I was a power' ,
keen blue eyes and profusion! of silver' hair. was concerned, amid t that I I was free to follow way from homo, and every additional< mile I ,t iio said, Hut ''OUII"e surely not going to and I was not UH'on cou1oli though th"1
She would have disdained: to "restore" the mv own inclinations to my toilette is I torture to poor Lance I ventured to presume leave us so !soon ? loved it for itself .
latter after the modern fashion: which is so i had been at Kstcourt! for about a week, upon our old fricnlsbipaudmimyknu vI "Thanks, I IU:1 My wife will be anxious For a moment after my voice sank he dill l

destructive to the beauty of age, and so robsit though to me in my loneliness: : it had edge of your kind heart to ask you to allow to hear how I is. You know how servants not speak. Thou he said; simply, That t is

Ih of its rightful respect veneration, Her 1t'l'nll'.ll1llwh longer: when Clara came. In me to bring him in here We had sent the always: exaggerate these things.: I beauliful Do not lot me tire you, but I
J nose was rather prominent but beautifully spite of the cold weather, my grandmother horses: home, hut had the good luck to meet IhallJtjllt in time to catch the oUU: train 'oulllbh'l fm\er.

I shaped, and could not help admiring her had driven to the station to moot her, and, Dr. Folkesin his (carriage! almost: ill'tHlte- It Frxul I go off at OIC{'. I'll take the : i tn'll of music: ," observed
imposing even while I inwardly waiting beside the drawing-room fire, :stroveto ly after the accident happened\ ; ho hrougl carriage(' to the station and send it Clare. .I often \\' how she can sing
I writhed ul'fll'nrlUlce. depreciation."It drown my impatience in the interest of anew us 01. and here we are. hack for him Thank you, Missile Lisle, I I and pltq's0 much us she does: "

is a great pity you) are not more like hook A My( house and servants are at )your !service must find time to drink that teniptiiiguup of I Isangugain and again in the gathoriii)

your poor dear mother," she repeated tit At last came the sound of wheels, the ," said grandmother. "I only) regret tea.' ''I twilight, while the rich glow from the tire

length, with a !sigh which sounded more opening of doors: voices in the hall, antI thut'OUr visit should have so !sad a :The baronet chatted gayly as, he sipped crept up and encircled those two-the princess

I than half reproachful, I thought-"a very then my grandmother came{' in followed by cau:{'. Your brother must bo brought in at his tea, and I (''llllot help noting the evident I nil I the knight, as Iliac gayly culled f

great pity" an elegantly attired young lady once, and l had better bo carried it straight up wlieh ho regarded: : the I them-iu a golden III Ill', !it'it loved to
My grandmother looked first at a lovely \1'0 you; hero, Esther: ?" she asked: in the Mtull. fair drooping head my lovely t'ol.ill. dwell upon their beauty, while the rest of
pictured face upon tho wall, and then at clear, ('olttOIl(' which never:'r softened to "tun 1 ilo anything, grandmamma ?" I Once or twice he }danced at me, amid then I' the 1001,111 I with 'it, were left in tl'I

mine, with just such an expression: us !she me. Your cousin has arrived. Clare, this: : in tin eager: whisper, springing to her again at Claro, and I readily concluded that deepening Ihallow.

might have, worn if I had been some article is your cousin: Esther." side. he was mine tall,' (comparing us: ami fc,1 bow I This: soon became an (!otlhlioII'c custom.
of'milliner* ordered to he turned out upon u 'l sprang forward eagerly, and Clare "I01 are anxious to be U"l'fll, )'oucnl immeasurably 1 must sutler by such com In the mornings S Claro and or rode

given pattern, and discovered to bo provokingly stretched out a delicately-gloved hand I ( LOI i to have the south room pro- parison. However, I cared but little At together, and the afternoons we spent with

unlike it in every particular."I 11I.I101lIC'agul'! notion of putting my arms pared immediately" she n'p1t'l1 that time I envied cousin's beauty) merely Mr.( .Ayclilfe., His face always brightened

1 am very sorry grandmamma but I about her, and kissing: her upon her chocks: 1 waited for no more, haoh'l'tl otl'on as a moans of gaining rlll1lotl'r's I with lie wh1'e\ entered ; a

can't help it, you know," I pleaded, humbly, and bogging her to let us be as sisters\: : in an my lilsion, As if by magic the room was loIIc was innocent of tl tainte1t! : : chair was placed the little table, near
for I felt crushed to the earth under a sense: outburst: impetuous! welcome, but her made ready and I was about to descend tl admiration. his couch, whore Clare sat with her claillt'

of t n v'oli1t deficiencies. quiet easy: gesture rapidly dispelled the idea, wide staircase: when the heavy tramp of That evening )Ir'dit'c') valet arrived, I !needlework, and talked tranquilly al1 trlI \:

f Help it Well, no child I !suppose you and, taking the little hand in mine, I !said, below war'IIIC that tho injured man was bringing !such thilgsl, necessary! ) !111IIUcl., the ronjiilaiitemiiglu the prin
Y can't," she admitted somewhat grudgingly ; How do you 'do, Cousin Claro? You have already) across hultlg under some for hismitayter'scurnt fort, and foremost ninong 'l'IS knight.
it seemed to me as! if she were almost reluctant had a very cold journey I am afraid" indefinable h1!> upper land- them were canvass, colors and brushes: One afternoon, while I thus sang, a sudden
to acquit me of all responsibility in the Oh, dreadfully cold !t" she replied, in a In:.:. and looked down. .My master i is never happy when he hasn't wild discontent 1'0.1 in my'' I heart-anunaccountable
matter of appearance.. "Well:well, it sweet'voice, with a slight ring of plaintive Sir Oel'llhul1 the doctor, assisted: by two got his painting things about him," I heard dissatisfaction with distribution

can't be helped "'c must make\ the best self-',ity in it, like the voice of a spoilt child of ) 1l'n, the burden of what, even him say to )(t Long, to which that good t of the parts., tll'

wo can of you though I fear that will not be I thought\ I should have been frozen." under those: unfavorable circumstances, I lady responded, "W'I, Mr. linker, there's I Did any euiijulnitfe of romance ever feel
muoli. I dare are tired now, Y OU"'l'III11C alone?" could not fail. to 1'lurk. was magnificently no accounting for thats certain. But so?" I wOlltlerl'l Did it never hard
say you
very Janet will show your room and give Yes ; l'al'l1l'ut me into time train and told develu ray,11ltullyforon( The pale, upturned I how a real l'nlll'mll (r. Ayclilfe) asdoesn't .Jo sit iu : and sing, while"Cl'1 the lady
you \ I
some tea. Dinner 'will bo ready at the guard to look after 111('. I never traveled face, t though the brow was contracted by have to got his living by it, ('al like 1 amid the knight sat listening! in the light1''
you alone before, but papa starts fur India tomorrow cruel SJWMMS of pain, was as perfect as apiece to mess about with those dirty paints and : The foolish thought quickly ; but my

seven.Being thus dismissed, much to nlI'i'f\ and could not spare the time to bring ot Greek sculpture. I things: is more than Il'lI \nllt'lllul,". I voice hud fulh'rc'iin its l'aslgIIc'hc'l 1t'c

I followed a neat, brigbit-facel maid up to mo. "Oh, dear how cold 1 1111111"! Nearly up 11(11%'. old fellow' sailir: Go- llllughc..1 :oJfto myselt'lit Mrs. Long'sartistic the strain was {'ntetll ('uull 10 10rcI
room. .\ cheerful lire blazed with a "Come to the fire\ and lot me unbutton raid, ('I'illragin lr, "Only a" lurl' appreciation ; but 1 did not feel inclined I The next clay! welt to pay our
my welcome than I )had yet received your gloves for von," I said, wheeling a low steps. I Dow it hurt very much ? to laugh wh'I. t little later, Clare customary visit we found that Lancelot bail '

and warmer the room was! rich and comfortably fur chair on to the fur rug. "A );01,11111." rcplieltime sufferer, forcing I made a very !similar remark, couched, of I" been painting He spoke of art, and I, who
) chair witha )1l'ou..ln sat down and put her pretty smile. Hit it'l roughest on you, I think course, in language lure refined, but conveying hud :{'e1 sumo fine tilrgulthe '
nished. Hut I sank into uneasy: I I I.iluf'i uhl'tll.
I almost .
of the dear foot 'upon the I'cllllcrlIlItl with u careless I'm not a fl'ulher-\\.l'ijht l' pect" an 1.ll'lIlitlleanlng strange shyness overmem
high for the plain simplicity I alwu\1 crept
,' manhood Ilat'S (
Well Two
-"Thank arc kind, sarrendered ; "Ix \'cltfe's :'lfa Ils presence, and impulsive
old dormitory school, with its polished you ; you very I \ mv
said the Doctor into the
was wh.t'\I'1
dimity her hands with their many-buttoned ought to weigh !something : 1 enthusiastic It the first
walls and tent-like way. was
floor I
; gray under his share of his bed-chamber and
who was visibly panting adjoining we were invited I time that I had
ever into regular
hell gloves, to care.How I a
about the narrow my

'. drapery observed the :beautiful she was Her complexion the {'xertiol. "Dear mo Mr. Uincelot.' itseems to visit him. i conversation with him Hitherto Clare
Yon look very tired, Miss, very other day I was attending Clare' took hasty in the 11.I'
the !
only wht'l poop looking- boon the
resemble nothing
to to I principal talker I had felt
I me
IIIIIi'.I. she ( tea.anddainty appeared I !
fu-eil l as placed : all i
bright- but little Iongor when
fallen you with the measles; 11.1 glass wc.Wt'n: summoned, and5111atithelhergtdlcll to be her .
petals upon 'udahl'
slices of thin bread and butter upon .0 much ,ay pink rase I right.
maladies claimed wus.i'lt
hair with
I draw the snow. With eves of lurk!>pur.hluc and hair when your t't.thin sOleolki. I hud h no interest for her.
small table beside 1111.'. "Shall:
a : You easier tude. She '
were wore \ robe of .
the fire for su that may of pale gold Claro Cunyngham wasthelovc- l'roll'lllllllltlntol t! pale I \ W1"rto a:k I great favor said Lam-c
sofa up to you ymi : 's. with dark velvet mterniixelauddaiu- lot
1 had ever seen, Her purplevelvets to curls' 1..Ut II cll hll' : .13clitft', after a Clare
I blest woman pause, at
lie down ? and dark furs threw1' wondrous Th1" way" if you 11'u. ( Sir Gerald, said rutiles about her snowy neck and i I really wonder at louking but
No, thank you, I replied. 1 am nut relief in the the Ilu"'k\t't'r\ ( .The p'lur wrists I 1, clad in one of my quaint, simple so much my ) ;
the'tl'a will refresh >o, J fairness into high lhtof I perpaps kl.hle!> as I \' lately
very tired does look IJ.I. to be sure I dresses of deep red, stood smiling at Ilr. { lias >
don't just now" the leaping fire voung I : s.oilt[ me, and, like all siH.ilt
more xll'rtn'l'l
require anything) visit than 1 the smile forced to the hale lii's| You arc lon'II said What need to ( inclined "
P3'i Janet departed, and my first action was to! "This wi hl'l\4ocusultcr your, c'OUllll' try to make yourself look better? The first '; "I5 to be dissatisfied.
I advanced to I Clare, said my grandmother uglil "anything' that I can do? queried
her. Then last
door after be 'I
the the
lock "It's serious, Praydon't glance wounded hero llan'
ht'ronh' son's 1111 \11:1) already I with
smile hl'lIlhflldlill
at nolln
fond .
by clusters ofrosecolored with a I allICUUI..irw
,f looking-glass, lighted Js
a large be shining ?
and Ther' armor,
You will have Esther to walk Ihlrlc"I"Hit It tlIW your Ie
und l
and gazed long I
caudles, the }plt.l face grewwhiter I fse not to l'lte.1 lut'OIIUst promfse
r and to plo31uur t''l'IJIIIIllIttttlr t'\'t'IIS I10kl' \ ; '
earnestly at reflection therein. still, head fc'l back, and :"What nonstnsc, Esther! she replied I to (
-* 4 Wa I so very ugly! I wondered At .school yon ; and 1 must rouse' Ipc'llI Ilhlll they carried tn' half fainting, into the with t slight nu'h heightening her beauty. I I I 1 "you I she
little society. I
thought or cared about my at'4 | 3(1115eu a ".b if I cured! lrori.l quietly whitl
f I had never mire last It is alwayspleasant south room. Only ole does nut like to '( it r'l11t ;
tiearaiicc.. I hadbecn, favorite I knew, hut It WIry till' ," In almost breathless waih'llll- ]I look untidy, you know I Ij able to ) il)' be
with grandmamma "u"ll'n.1 assent: to '
I I to stay reasonable
there looks counted for very little Mybtudie you in til Mrs. 1-ong none j! The idea of your) looking untidy, ('lure," preferred in that any request.
*-at>ove all, my the hup- rc'plt'l lllc"11Iidllt equable! i".II. Is hl' I asked unxiou'ly."lie's ,i I 1 answered I, "U too 1': incongruous, i thrilling manly \'Uil'.l1f'lwllh'tll
1 glul hlh'r' .IN' I i
i i'y" thoughtless recitation hours had en- I fc'rt'lt tnll'l'l 1 t'Olr"I' doubt mi we Ind shaken MiVi, so Dr.Koikes I 1 never saw one of those ]hair out 31 l8*, Ilarn'lul.h'l'lcHl\Wlt gravV'j
( iroiwed llIIc to the exclusion of any consideration Esther i is hl'r.ul,11 hl11 .h.1 saysNf reminded Mr*. Long. Itnitl't .I it* place yet, and you are always us neat I II i .I +vant 1
i 111fal but 1 knew that it would on n'rwcI ,. 'bad fall, and I I I if had .' ; ,, you ." for nhe. Is too 11'I
just of .
as to t' Jl said I \\ eshallhe have ht'1 a very everymovement ) you come out ) 0\1 I tn a. k I i
I be presented{ to eat once In my's 1- I I h"It), heartily. makes hUl quite falt.lkc. Hut ,:I !hands. It is a happy} knac'k-I l wash (' arc' fair Ill'IUI.I face I
tc z .\.... ;rt'tillg-ulltl lot) It had bt'e"u, a do so if you forms are itlll lt 11"\l lsviuiwithv. lie Is himself again, now ; 11.1 says itl'imi't it. I conatautlvllnvN Janet to the verge I tl"IH'1 with pleased .mU '
{ y in the great mirror, onheavily Clare. I think that I great !::1 when he's : i, add ut' \rl"l' ,
t,1Vliat did: I see I lunch? hurt him much quiet. i tll"pairull to the number of m v sins I shall 'hc ,
like it > > "
1 ;2 ..cinbcraftcniawn, whclI 1 tint begun UI'UU very I went slowly don I f! grandmamma's l y that I) ( .. Yes but 1 dislike I the trouble With this Intelligence : eyes by my utter in hitto e. wl.1
realize that mimy' .duml days were over, : ot prwti' to the -tl'III.wanng a little romance I,: keep myself tidy,' as they say of returlt'l 1
I .1.will
t') of lif" i ing. I dui whl'I tn' : you Hut this is )Iw j
anti that 1 was sturtlig III the rate Ili"l.ilgil' mi Of course til' da >ic ', dren.o t', then, to lake the ( not all
by the fatal lack "f one to \play ll'. my Wl" would fall love with of l\rl.Ualuc' 'oltIIUl'J, turning to me. 31iss tie Lisle ",
;1 humlicaplHHl ) for much as you like. "looking injured hem il quaintance our wounded knight. This is ;. 1 wumit t"
will : ), there'
hI play you I You
I' \'Ol I newer'n
beauty c'\Iln. UII.t"luuI! of course. an ancient lilacs I II satisfied see am
figure clad in sober gray, Is 'uur'U (.II1rI"' he hl'uutitnl love with him, and they ,I Hare. romul'allaptl'lolliutern .
r 'j.1 iS-worn and travel-stained ; a dusky h Yes.;.I Oh) that U wUlll l 1) the most II IIl'll' handsome couple I the humble nrl but Iultt'OU! .":Now anti I :1'1| cried' ht as "iiient and di>- 11
t'lltil.mtt' the hot
c 10e'i It 110 I'l'll Jn the i, with, "Then we willing ical entlmwiaMii for whom \ ever pealed or marriage t'lt fair I come 11.1 heal': mar. blood mounting to Iu)' "'1f,* Z.
exclaimed imi
llplrather large mouth, glorious I" I my lug I lialiu prnc't' te : want tc Paint ( ,
fac.e.1t\h clrktih ablaze the feast wa spread.iThe i t your IWlt'rt''lwe\ his I Ii ydiffer'"Y0" :! I
teeth all at .
d ,' 'rwhitt'. In"II''t. old friend of mine, sutfcrings. I
i1! ( tbbig'ttr AyoliuV* "
: .I think I will 8n' i ('ertainty-tvithi
"" rWJet'JIP"l-tr "(,dark, eyes. h\1''l\ .t ulc! I t "Olt omiMn-the conr f j.,

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tniht would be admirable ; ate if you would hardly know which to !la\'. Either.: I have /"CONDENSED. : : TIME (CARD 1:I I Florida and Western: HIIWIIn and fri ant ,,, SAVANNAH, FERNANDINAT. f.

consent! it should be Academy Picture chosen this (time to speak thus to you, be OF Til KATLANTICOULF.V Savannah, and all 1III\'rn: amWestern "
this year" ('uui"I'1 I would not have you think Ihat tin Cities. .xn
The contrast, I Of course! I :saw it all I world's admiration could influence my love I. WEST. \ I INDIA) TIA? > At Like: I City daily with the Florida (''1'

wits to be the foil *to my cou!.in'lI beautyMy I Hut I do not wish to be !selfish or t to forge SIT RAILROAD, trill Railroad to and; from ..lllkII\'ilh':: .j.Jl', : f

i it il dusky skin xvas to set oft her radianfairness your happiness in seeking for my own. You PENINSULAR: I RAILROAD: : Augustine, l'IIlllkl. lutcrprisc,111111 I \ 1.1\1.

t to the best: advantage I And he I I arc \'\'r'OUI1 ; you have I'l'l'n' nothing or ( HW( Iflinch) ings on the St. Johns River. ......... ............. ')
xvould see this day by day compare UC j the \world ; "oulIIIII't even know the powe: A XI At Halllwlllllll1' with the Atlantic, (tllll ;j-
hourly-and learn to love )her more and I of your own 1'111\1'IIII-1I1\11 I will not urge\ ('t'it ltllL.1N1): ; ROUTE.:( \ : and \ : Iltil ]:llwlto and frol jj I j

more, as the cruel contrast grew more vividly I you for an answer yet. Hut, olt. tit)' darling 1'rllllllil\l.
upon his: canvass! I \ ," he added taking! one of my trembling In l-.ffctt( Frliruary M W. !1\'lll'l'>! for Tampa. Key :! 11111 -: ...... ........ ....... :
Indignant tears rose to my eyes, and 1 had< hands, \and pressing it to his w\lrilllilll'l. "lei IIn\lIlll.
sonic difficulty in t finding my voice me that .\'CI\llike me a little-that someday. hot,II SOVTH.Leave At Chattahooehee I timesxvcckly xxitl \ 1*

"You: do me too much honor 1"! I sail perhaps, vou 11111hl' able to say: to me. Atlanta. (ta! .........,........ ...... :.!.II J'. \I. and the II'nll\1'LiH anal Central Line Itoats; In t

awkwardly uud constrainedly. "I Cannot. I flatter myself that my face i is worth, of i atJ I will \\'lIit-Wliit as patiently as I ('nn. Leave Hrunswiek (!ill......... .......... (t,13.1. II.: \lllllhi'lllI. : other River 1.lllltlj" SEA \
place\ in your picture. You will excuse me, "'n I dreaming? Was it some sweet itlusion Arrive Fernandina.......... .....10.15 x. II.:i r. and :Sleeping and Ilrlnr l'Uldl'l'I..

1 am sure.' ? Hcfore 1 could collect my joybe'wildered ), Leave Fernandina ......... ..............10.30! : .t. :MArrive \\'I\h'll ( Lucas l'II'II.rulI daily betxvecn I II Ii It
Assuredly, he returned, looking star thoughts Lance spoke ngun. Haldwin, Fla.......... ........... 1.25 1'. :.vIeave ,t Tallahassee and \ ', I
and with echo of Esther ? ,1 rtljuick time, :sure ( perfectsnfeh'
tied and disappointed( an Will you say nothing to me, : 'Olll'.tiol.
Haldxvin,\ (Jacksonville.... 1.:111-1': ( :: ( JEOROIA( .
my coldness in his: tone. Pray pardon I tin His irrtsntihevoicerou.'al i ( : ale t : M: "UIUltLmT., rl'I'
liberty 1 took asking." There is no need to wait for my'I\lli"\\'r." .lrrive.lacksunvillu'tun.( I Route: )I.. :2.35:\ 1'. :II.i 20-tf Trl1llorlll loll. 1 r.L :;

I merely bent my head and hurried from I faltered tremulously! "It Is ready now, [l'lIHallIwill for Cedar Key...... 1.;)(} p. M I. .- -- .
the room"; angry and I was: and it could never change." Arrive Waldo (Junction I' R. I In.;) ".111'. :siIxave t

not jealottsot'111ycousin'sbeauty! \ : ) ? What luupossessed (live it to me, my dearest! ," he pleaded,, \\'1It 111.......... ......... ............ 4.20) r. :M PRINTING, in !style, and nl
me to 1 act so ungraciously ? Tin 1111\1allly., :Shylv:I l 'l 1 f raKcd) 111\' eyes to bis Arrive till I II t.1'I\'i Ill'.1 i I'. :If. JOI loxvcst! rates, at I the l'\'l'I'M union; ollice. S J.

mere idea of this: teas! such a shod to im and then dropped( them IIl11kr'tIl; ardor of Leave (iaincsville I ........................ 5.2!) I'. :M. ,

that I !stood' !still upon\ the landing horrostricken. 1I gaze. My courage failed: me, and for It Arrive Cedar Key........ ............... !11..11:. 1'. M 1. 'C.. .1M. .
If I that xvcre possible! I xvould punish moment Il'ltlllllllotI'al\ ;. Then I laid: my !i I Trains to Jacksonville North of Hald Riper Ocean tilrunibuls.ti .- "
myself! ; I w.nildgu ,aekimuuoPcuuncc; hands: in hN, and murmured softly, "l.ance; ,. will daily. .nc :r
I xvould humble myself hI- asking: for what I love you'' wit S.I XORTII.
I had just refused.! UN i arm was: round me, lilt i kis-es: were onmy .\
In my \Il1rl'lh'liIIIIPllbin' fashion: I face: when I exclaimed, in sudden !self- (Leave C(ilar Key. 4.1.", \. \1. ," 11OItG.l1.1Ir,4:
turned back lit once.\ .\ large )picturecoyered reproach "Oh, Lance what about Clare?"' Arrive (iainesville. .. :Ml v. MLeave I. ATLANTIC. (JULF I

I screen stood! near the ,door and lIlll'n. He laughed. Gainesville; S.5O" v. M. TIU : i
tcrcd the room I was hidden by it. I hesi! I won't pretend not to know what you .ArriveCdu ) ((1'.1 R.: R. JiLii(..). IUS1..

fitted for Clare xvas evidently trying to explain mean," he !said ; 11111. believe me, ynurfair: I Leave Waldo....................... .. .... !tI.r.r> \. M 1.
and extenuate my rl1tI 'IIl'I;. I cousin has but little feeling to bestow! upon Arrive Haldwin. !:!. I'. M I.

(lrandmiltultntatlaimiks Esther! extremelj' any one. 11I\llll'a"lol' all on me. \\'hwe' Leave Jacksonville (Cum. ) .\. :M l .\1 l'oinls I
plain," !she xvas saving! "and unfortunately\ have not a single or sentiment! in ('011I111011 Arrive Haldwin.P2.:! :. I'. \1.
Esther: knoxvs it. You see, the Cunyngham'have \ : ."
r r always been fair, amidgratdtm1111nahiltsa : .\nll I IhlllJthl1111 loved( her" I !said (Leave Ilaldwin.l:4i> I'. M I. ottering comfort !
TT s. 11.1 l NT 1.111: : S 1111 as
..... ..... .'1. 10 over strictly
Arrive Fernandina M 11111111
I' 1.
dislike to dark people. believe Esther :: with of relief.: "Indeed. 1 : : 1
great ) \ a !sigh planned __ ._ ._ _,__
is: very like her father o;iraiidinamni that you should anal called you the wounded Leave Fernandina........ ............... ;i.l"p.. M. .) interesting scenery.The .
never liked; him I have heard say." knight and (Clare( beautiful princess. I Leave Hrunswick .X.INI( ) I.. :II. Pxt.xa: :-T: lrat :

Then do you think your cousin papa!, I is! really 11111 HI'\'jllullhllt; it did not come true, but I Leave Macon......... .....;. ..IO .t. :M. \\'il leave (Cedar Key
; Arrive .Atlanta < !a. 1.11 p. M. r i. o
umicotsciOua't-iAlllCC b"cganin tone
a expressive
am grandmamma willhetlreadfnllyills.luau' :
of great perplexity ; but I interrupted intell I t." Trains to Cedar Key and :South of Italslw'in I'tli1.11') ORLEANS,\\'I-Y Ft\\Y. Captain ]

his speech\ by going up to him, and "Serve: her right, too, for her ridiculous daily except:' \ :Sunday.

!saying frankly Mr.\ Ayciiffc: I an afraid 1 1xvasrude. I lack of appreciation," returned Lance, tin- PENINSULAR: I : \ RAILROAD.\ : ) .\

Please forgive me. I will sit foi dutifully I can't( forgive; her for not admiring ( \\\'ltl\ ., Il.ol ,-" ",,/,.) FOR( : KI':1'1'I: E-i': AND HAVANA
'. you with pleasure, if you will let me." you, lsther.Vliy:: my love, it is a CITY 01 :
Let you !I" he replied taking the hand 1 1timidly'extended I mystery! me how IInone could prefer ( SOl'TII. EVERY: : ::4.\TI t).\ Y.
.\\.I\III.llIlIdillll.. c.oo; ,
( \ M I. (
in warm, firm clasp cued your; l'I II-ill'lIl'ahll.: unchanging\ face, beautiful Leave Hawthorne....................... 7.1" .\. M 1. Captain\ (

holding it while he !spoke.' "Of course 1 J us it i N, to yours, with its \\wonderful Arrive (Lochloosa.............. ..........! a. M, Lea> e. "" (
will let you, 1IIIIII-ohulllleverheuble tothanl riety of expression: and richness III' coloring.Hut / kllll1
sufficiently... some p'ople have no taste.: There are I.OIM NOKTII.Leave PARSONS: : .\ HALE:, Agents, day and Frlta .I :-: 1 :

you some arrivals, and we must! into thedrawingroom. (..)('lIloo-a.: ...................' v. M. a. in.
So the picture xvas: l'OIllUll'lIl'l..I.1I1111 the go 1.I. I
\ ; Cetlar Key Fla.MA .
Leave Hawthorne, .HI. 15 \. M I. \1.1\ :
days sped on. tady Ayclill'e ;hat I !shan't be able to ,lalll' 11\ I'rllll\llilll
: .
Arrive Waldo .J1IllI'llolI..I.I; .
: I'
hl account of unlucky font 1\1\1101
been two or three times std Sir (icrulifrequently on my ;
over ., :: !
from Waldo I/irhloosaand retun ---- ------ - -- I nin'lt:1111111
but will sit out Ii.willt will ,011nollal'lill -
and it was: arranged that xvlicr you a me. .\
; : S
) 111111 :: day ,
1'icsalay'Fhnrsalay Saturday.
: 11111illtllV
Lance could he moved xve should go to l'lille ? I (. : :
# r !a( ( 'O XECTII I\: I..OII'.Ii:1
1 lull on a short \'Illit-thnt I is, Clare 111111 I. L LORY'S: : :: : : : I
for grandmother could not be indueeito That year there was li pk'turein (the Acad ATI.AXT\. :l'jllut'III"hllol:
l'IIIt'lIlilh'll "TheCousins.1 which attracted 1..0Inn.S'I'KJISIUa -:11"
sleep: \ uwar.from home, lady ..Ilitlcw l'IIIIIIl''lloli i Is made at Atlanta. (ia.. :-alltlay.li1r: New \'
to give a large dallcl,1II111 I was; a :good deal\ of attention ; and Whl'l1rll '
us going to and 1'1'011I1111,01111:01\ : NorthI'e.t: t and and :
make 1Il'11UIIIIIIII11I'with lordly gaieties that there was much division opinion expressed ntrfrt l.ino loo York. lalillluf.
to Northwest daily. Onl.V \ lines to
bl'aul"ol' \\itl 111 !li Y
: as to the superior' claims to .
I think we all felt l'Iorl'Whl'lI the eve of Yr :vrox, 4.x.. W'I!
,11i ('iiimtu's 1.1rrt' I.Jlilll' -1
departure\ arrived. There had been much / : With Trains for Eufaiihi 'oluinbu, lia.,. :Lt 111'lnh..Hlut"i::

pain-(pain which 1 hardly understood :\'I'S obtained for new inventions Montgomery( Mobile. and New Orleans. I\'II\ III 1
with the 1 had felt III thai 1)\'I' m
mingled pleasure 1i
-- or for improvement- in oldones. .. .
where the picture hail \ AT KKUX.VXMXV: H.With \ I I.cC'
!sitting-room aldc'I' i
Caveats, lmifrimigetilent't1'role "
grown under Lance's skilful I hand and I wi U'I'l' New York and Feniaiulina: :Steam -
had been but the and all patent business: promptly, attended !'lllpl.ill" from New York on Wednesday Jacksonville ('
also sing : on -
many songs HAVE
whole it had been a happy\ time, tinned in : 10.:1011.: ( III., and for. New York oil Friday, at THE: FINE: STEAMSHIPS.: 1"11'l'ls:1; :: .\ !
REJECTED: : (;( still in musicals, he lat:
the 1'IIi"l'olol'. of may :3.10p.m.; from Nassau: N. \I'., on Wednesday )
its: simple quietude) by l'III.1hy\ us. ]Icing opposite: the \I'. :S.: Patent 11ti'l'lu: : x '1'1X.ts. near 111' 11i"I.Olkt ;
for Nassau N. P.. on Wednesday.With :
mance. Latterly I had thought as little u* \ : ; Hughes' Drug : ;
about (' end was to he:.. i ami Office, and engaged il1'TE T lhl'Slxi : (Georgia! and Florida Inland :Steamboat : ( 'AIT. I 1IINES I I I : Hole)
possible itbotitt :: S ]:EXCLUSIVELY:: : we. can !" '('lIn'pal- ..
\ : ciia'
C from
Co. : 1111 aiy\11Nhlts.
the and tin \ : ; :
I jested! no more princess! tilts in less time than: those, who are remote : 'ITY Ol' n.' I.I.'S, 4
Siinda"yf"r: :
knight day, Friday ; on licn'l fuss ;
from!. Washington.When I I \ and 1I'lida'ith' '. ( .\ I"'. RISK.I'i .
It vas! the night of 1.111yyclil1i.:4 dance. Tuesday, Friday: \ \ J.
Inventors semi model sketch
and after in or \\ (Charleston: (,: \' ;' (loll fn1nt' ami. t ll->o
I dressed early, peeping will
was \ and ON I: of the : leave
we make "carch III t"!'e Patent Ollii-e, 1111:41"IIU'1
in the midst IIf ('it J'niiit) from :Savannah; : and 4 'IIIII'I'lolI'l.IIIl'i"llav .
finding her
Clare and !!
Fernandina for New 'l'I'Frldu -- -- -
( \ \
upon advice as to its patentability /'<' af rlmnji' York eltelvlsert'f
: ; and Sundav:: \ for, :Savannah: 1I11t1Chllrlt'lololi \
the process of being inducted into an elaborate I Cnrrtwpunurnre: laintiuc11tial: fees'reason: \\ \ ; (( suit the tide). H'I' .IIAKY'N ft : :
and .
robe of the soft cerulean ]hue which Monday Friday.With ThN having no transfers: ( make
1 doxvn able ; and NO (CHAlKiE: I I.I':41'T.:: :; Steamer:: f'lnrn daily to; and from St.Mary's liu. II
suited her so admirably, xyundcred lath, weenFERNANDINA
ENT: 1 IS: 01ITAINED.We ; .
Oil.! 111111 to and from
great semi-weekly
stairs alone. The drawing-rooms were
refer by permission: to the (City Postmaster .
l'lIIplthc floors prepared dancing; while and to the :Superintendent! 'of the St. Mary's River: landings.; { AND NEW: YORK, j i
flowers\ shed lustre and Oiler I flit'
countless lights AT IIVI.UWIN. Kl.l.
Post-Ollice() )Ioll'Oreh'r Division: ill Wash -
fragrance urollnl!. I passed through, and ington. For special: references, circular advice \1'itIi'TrainsforLiu'IInk: ( Tallahassee, and i ll EST AND (l'II'\I'EI': TRANSPORTATION ; : ; -
:stepped into largo conservatory! tilled featheryliras with terms, etc., address all ]ioints in Middle and West Florida. FItI\\ II'llm:4.: rHE I: STEAMER: :
I precious surrounded plants. Tall whitely-gleaming.palms sciiliitured C. .\. :SNOW( tt (1'0.I ., AT 1.111111.11\\\ Kl.\., Vegetables; and will receive special 1 ('.\" (
:!-I r Opp.Patcnt Ollice, Washington! I IMJllailroiul (
fountain: \ With Steamer ..IA', fr all mints 111111 in .
figures; and threxv its'park.lillg 1 -- ( "ln' lllldlil WILL HUN I ON : (
air. Here[ --- -- landings on Orange! Like, on arrival of Peninsular 1i
slitters high into the fragrant PASSENOER: : : ACCOMMODATIONS( ) ARE: cr during the season :
and there, inviting !seats were scattered *. 1 Railroad Train.ATOAIXKSVII.I.K. FIRST-CLASS.: '1'r.. MAHV'K ;: :

among the gorgeous many-tinted blossoms! H.\, THURSDAY (
and I n soft tnellow light fell from above I?LORI; DA' (CENTRAL': : RAILROAD.: With :Stage; Line for Ocala and. Tampa on The traveling! public I ) are oH'crcd the advantages PKUXAMXXA: ; 111I IH I

.It is: like scenefrom fairy-land," I thought Monday, Wednesday and\ :Saturday ; from of I DIRECT; LINE:, WITHOUT same days lit M u. (
as I xvandcrcd' on. JACKSONVILLE FL\., March ill, 11\711.!) Ocula tutu '1'huapa'I'uasalay, Friday and :Sun \NY (ClIANOES. Connections made atlaeksonville 1\.1111. I intermediate (
When I reached the farther end I xyasstopped On and alter this: date Trains on this Road day. ./ with all steamboats for all I'\'EH\: : )

by: a large mirror xvhich occupied will run as follows : AT t'Kimi KEY, .....\., \mints mi II:1:: John's, ( kkIIWIIIII. and DAY, w\IIIrI" II
the whole width of the COni"l'rvutllralia. DAY 1'\H EXan: (Ext'Et'r'rsttr.: ) With Tainjdi.' Co.'s Line for ndian : \' 111 'with the Transit Kail- '

made it "seem twice its actual length.; There Leave Jacksonville ..................... x311.8;: M. Tampa and ) I"h'IIIII..J.i""ay and\ Thursday road I at Fi'i'iiandina for all railroad stationsn On WI- I..ol.\:

I ,.stood among the grlU'l.fulplalll:4.: tall slim Leave Ilaldwin ........................... 0:30:: e. M. at 4 1'. in., and for Key West :Sunday and Florida lalmIHT \11"II\.t. ST. .AI\ :::

and dusky, simple, trailing silk of ivory Leave Lake City .........................I1:33.8: : I. Thursday, at 0 p. in. : AND PASSENdER: ( RATIOS I 1111'1'1'11 : I I

white. I usually made a point of looking Leave Live Oak................. ......... 1OO: I'. M. ; \Vith the United States and.. Havana Fa-t : .\$ 1NDIR1HT I ,' I.INI':$. 1
ill the glass us little as possible, but something Arrive at :Savannah ..................... NI5: & r. :M. lhtil'teatiier.l'lutiral:: for Key \\o-t.III1\11l1a. and Ih.I" 1I
Rates Hills of
I held me there that night and male Leave Savannah:: .......................... 8:<>o .t. M.: (Cuba. on arrival of'aerial'frain: \ every Tuesday t"'Tllroagl lading ind other |I"illil! of I

mo contemplate myself against my will Leave Live Oak................. ......... .'>;:').') J'. :M. afternoon at 4.30 \p. in. From Havana, 111I11"'inl| of Fernandina.
further information,
"It must be very pleasant. to be beautiful lA'avc I Lake City .......................... 5OO: I'. .M.: (Cuba' and Key West e\cry Saturday. S|11t.- Flr passage or 111\,1)\

," I said to myself. Not for its !sake IA.u\.l.lIal.l\\'iu............................. 7:11.: > P. M. dill train to etilltlert.11'ith't tai Tlironch I
W. )
l but just: to be loVely in the eyes of those Arrive at Jacksonville ................. HU": p. M.: :; (auter /V; rX for i-ointson" theSuwiinnee R. : 01'11jt'll,
xve love Esther: my ,dear it i is a great : River, Oil Thursilays at 0 a. III.For Fl'rlllll!11.I. by I\IOHY'H) U :
, )1.11.XII EXPRESS.: ((1111.1.111' l .\ .) '. IL MALLORY: ) & ( 'O., )
better looking, us no informution respecting routes, rates
pity you arc not Jacksonville! ...................... 5:30::: p. M. Pier 'JO' Kant Xl'Y..rk.. 2- Icillts
of lamentation I is to improveyour
amount likely Leave White l Hou-e..................... ii5: J'. M. (etc., apply\ \ to Hn.r., .t ('!<>*<' ('
wdll'IIlIl'l1urtll .a. O. MuDONEI.L I : ------- -- -
I upp'arallcc.lU may us Leave Haldwin(. ............................ 7OU:( r. :M.Ixave '
ht' Iiaii'I'I'ia'ket ulIIll'.c" Agent. ,nnu: s111IIIr141I'lilt : :
IL' contented. indeed] if J Darbyville) ........... .............. 7i:! I'. :M.I'ave nade with the New
Esther ditlicult : D MAXWKLI.: (licn'l !'lJACKSON t
is to :
, please tonight Sanderson...........:.............. X:07:( J'. :II.IA'a'c : Snpl. :'learners.! Murk all
.I she is "discontented with her appearance behind Olustce.............................. 8:43' : p. M: I.TE.-1'INSM'O1..1-: :: ( -> : STK:\MKIW: Plum, Fernandina."
( VI : ]
lie.I'Inshed : '
said a sweet h''p'ol'c .... .. ... ... .... iOOD) .\ ( '( )
.1I leave )[t. Carrie. ... .. !IIIIS: ;{ p. M.Arrive ) RAILROAD. -----. ---
I turned suddenly :
.t I und
: startled Luke City.......................... 0t1):: ) p. M.Ixave t 1 t11'1I"f. ]':.Xll I
r. IIIl1ll'l1Il1fal'e lo face with l..IlII'clut.\\'clitlc.afraid I Live Oak........................... :2:15: .\. at..lrrivc'fallahatsee M \STKK TK\XMIIUT\TIOX'H OIKUK; : "1'. .OIXS : : ( i'J: f ind I Ibis u very otInut
He "I TALLAIIAHHEK, Fi.February 3, 11+sl.1In
smiled eoiifu-ion.
\ ut '"' am : ....................... 7:lNl> A. M. ------- 1'1 grand and jlli
/ I he. said "These nlanU! ( und after Monday, February 2, 11,111.Ia. / ,
-I frightened you, ,' Arrive Albany.............................In:45.1: ; :M. road will ibiindunt.For .
\ in the alil.
trains of this run .
Ir,4l' prevented your teeing my approach .\rrh.t-\"IIIlIlIlIt.:: ......................... !IICMI.\: M.Ixave >- further' Ii .
. glass 11.11.11 xvas an" involuntary auditor to :Savannah .................. ........ 4:3u:: ( p. M.Ixave \\'!!, viz: '. JOHN :

ilrl your" little si>eecli. I Alliany ............................. 4CMJ":< M.I PASSENOER,: TH.\J -J-\-T: :; HOUND.) 35-tf
You mut think me dreadfully silly .euve Tallahassee: ....................... I 5:45: ... M. Leave ('hattalsaa s'\ at..... '! ,uip. :M.lx.i .

stammered." "Indeetildolitgenertllycarehit leave Live Oak........................... :2:15: A. M. >ve jiiiiicy; .................. '* :3 :!.i p. :at. Nlov('N

ca' Leave Lake City .......................... ::i.V: \. M, IA'Tallahassee. I1 ClJ I'. :M, ,! C"tT -
Hut-but what? Nay never mind, you leave )It. Carrie.......................... 4:1H: A. a. leave Montieello\ 7 10 I'. M. : 4l \
,altly need not speak. I know all about! it. Sit leave 0lui.tee....................... ...... 4:40: .,. a(. Usive <(<;Jrcenville.......... M3M.p.:: M.UaveMadiNon II.l.leave 1.\.rllI.liu, for JI'k"II\'IO S'I'ICa'I- "
, down here and listen while I tell you some Leave Sanderson......................N.. 5:20) : A. M. I IJfJ: 1'. M. 11 and I 1'llalku, I l I IUII. ('' '

ilt.tot thing"1Vith Leave Darbyville! ........................ ':5.5.1. M. Leave Live Oak................. 2 15) A. M. hugs 1 the St. John's l\r. and Savannah
my cheeks still burning I took Ix-ave Haldwin............................ 1i:40: ( A. M. \rriveSuvannah.............. UdOA.1 M. und ('hark'Itnn, us ( "",: :
, i seat he gave me, and he sat [by my fide. Fora IA'I1'c'hit(. House.................... 7:05 A. )I. Arrive Thomasville.......... ......05,5.1. M.
moment or two lie did not speak, but[ ah-satsilently Arrive Jacksonville.................... 7:50.1. M. .Arrive( Albany) .....1025) 1. M. From) Fernandina '
Then hu said .1...... S ) .
looking at me. Cars Attire lake l5ty".- i. 1 M..A.rrh
11hle raptly "/10 you are really unconscious of On through Mail and to Express:and from! Train Sleeping and Hald\ !win....... 035: A. :M.rrie FOR J.I'I1"01.1: AM. I'ALATKA., l
hled KI your extraordinary beauty"Esther?" Savannah rim \ also, Lnakr: 'piug Curs run .\ Jacksonville.......... .f 7 Tin' A. M. tr EVERY: : WELNJ: ':)\ \'.-* ,
: I I glanced up at him swiftly! in astonishment through to and from Jacksonville and Tal- :arrive: Fernandina........... 3 40 ... M. \
'(e not unmixed with fear. Had he taken Arrive Uainmville I 501 p. v.VrriveCwlarKey "'fl J'l'rnuldill -
4. leave! of his senses, or was he merely mocking laha see.FERNANDINA: f:111'. M. '
\"t.u.I Ira me? EXI'III.IILY.: ; : ; ( .) 1'.tSSENCEII'r1AIN-WEST HOUND. FOR 1"\\ .\ X.JI CJIARLI-MTON f

I see are. I might have known it Lyave JaekWmyilk..11.1,5: A. M. )::\ : .\y..
you fr-
... .
Leave Jacksonville( .daily ut A :3O p. M.Ixave
before. Hut 1 set it clown to girlish coquetry Arrive Ilaldwin..........................12:30: P. M. 'JU.JW. \
lU'\1\ at first. I hardly! dare to ask, forgiveness Arrive Kernandina...................... 3-101': M, Feniandina: .l0sr1: A. at.IA'arr 4 Cd .e connwtloii niade with "h'uICI for
Leave ..'trtamialilia..lli0.t.:: M. Jiiinesville..... II 112 A. M. Mfllonvillc and Entcrprisiulm: with stcumr -

-III I felt for too such bexvildered a confession to speak, and\ let himgo Leave Bald witi............................. I:*! ) ... M. leave! Ce lar Key "*' 4 3O: %. M, for (J'kluwlll River ; also> ut Suvunnali f. 1T
Arrive Jacksonville ..................... 2:35 P.M.Passengers x-aue Haldwin ... ..M.. .(N> p. M. with New York
on. I for Feniandina and t1 h. Esther from the day when I first saw 1..111 uIII JSlhlur.ulI,1 'larl.tll
t ave Savannah ... 4 :i+l p. M.I.ol'e .
you I have lo veil you.'our Lt'3utI.U'tJOllk take this train. No train from Huldwiu toL'cdar ;i h'II''for Yuko 1'llallt IJa. HaIt.Iuor'
LiveOuk........... a 15 A. ) and with \ (
hu incredulous will hear of it from Key: on Sunday.Cox.vBTio.i "rtll'.h'fl.t tlulh 'url'J
so : you I Leave Muilison l .. 351 A. iTOVEH), JII-UTKIb: .
Haldwin with A., n. k ? ) lulu Ituilroudi
,h.I'CI others before long-=made an impreionUJMIII Cedar It. K. for Key n'l1\'ile.
T. TIN ( .
. \ me which voiceincreascdathousandfold. \1'.1. ** \' axe ; :
your Fcrnundina, and aUlClint.* North and IA ave IIlt ........... ;I' .t M. .
Since then every hoursat/ taughtinv iiid .\lhall Arrive Tallubass. ..... 7/,1' ,. M. Eli r-1'I..tss I'ASSEXOKIl: ( ACCOMMO- tOOFINU) AND! ( : (
Tallaliasxr :
for .
.1i to love better. One thingonly puz \Vest; at l.nktl'it) :, ) l ... .. .. DAT10NS.Throiiifh i
you and all North und I W\ot Ik\'CTallahll... ..... .. M 31 A. M.
Savannah IlClinb ;
'1'k= z\c.lm8\ : I coujd not understand your utter jackmonville with i ht. John itiver Sttam I I.-.a\.o Quincy ...........11 11.,. at. Ticket.und Stateroom M-curetl lltsJn
teeuieitome .
lack at
air incredible of svlf-consciousnos.that should be It w, absolutely [r-. J. S. McELItoY: : .\rr 4'battalurx'bce.) ...... ....11 :1' *. M. anal all informution (furnUhed ottUe, cor A large .tu'k of

i ignorant of you cw! attractions ; for that U'. M. D yu". i.v, Muster Trjii>|i'n.Sujfrinttnilent. I WINNFJTIONS.At Her C'tutr.. und Kein.mltr','/N. a, c'al. and compare (
1.,11' your Live Oak ) the $aiu anal 4.hN(1YE huuM hen
grandmother i Ii to blame orprai-e. 1 I ,. _, daily 'iT (. :.1) $ .%, tir

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t : THE FLORIDA MIRROR. cent., and will, doubtless, double our population will be to call it dp out of its turn for action. with as much regularity as ten, coffee and select any epoch of special} pulpit power in

in the next ten year Good laws, Hut for the erroneous ruling of Speaker fpices. It would be bettor that the }Florida all its modern history-in France, Germany,

I SATUltDAr JANUARY, 1S8L faithfully administered: moderate taxation, Randall at the last session, it would have oranges should go through the !same hand: or Great Britain, and it will be found that

;t I ._h_ ... _.. .__ ___. good crops, industry and good morals, will been then passed.: Every: effort will be made A box of Florida oranges and [elsitlor. you have selected a period when the glory:

i lJl.OUOTI..YG I.1C.lIIOll..tTIO.Y.Th'rc ; give Florida growth of the best kind. We )by our Representatives to get favorable action anges, !side by !side, preference will be given of time }pulpit, and the secret of its power wu

II exists a general desire to promote immigration cannot force it beyond its natural channels, upon it this. session. every time to the Florida fruit. its marked adherence to spiritual and super.

and to increase the population of but we can aid and assist it each in our own There arc two Senate bills 0K: on the calendar Perhaps some kind of home association natural themes. Intent on its great object,

Lr lr, t f our State. Home, who have given public expression sphere and through judicious legislation for public building nt Jacksonville, could be entered into for the regulation of on accomplishing its distinctly spiritual.
t : to their views, favor securing large Pensacola and Key """ ..t. The Suit I/1/(11'I"fM, the shipment and sale of the fruit. A small work, it thereby brought to pass greater indirect
i ti ta O l'S TIII FLAXTIXCI.A when it that who but certain, results for society by acting -
a foreign immigration, irrespective of the suggested\ Senator Jones should consignment of fruit shipped' to n party ,
source.' Others look to the south of Europe hill has been introduced by W. N. put an appropriation fora public) Imildingat 5 is not in the trade, and who will throw it on on the mind, conscience and morals of

f ns ,possessing a desirable class of people assimilated Thompson, the senator from this district, for Jacksonville nall amendment to the. bill\ he. the market at a sacrifice, may injure the sale\ i men than couhl1'os\ibt'laa\'e:' been secured in

somewhat in climate and pursuits. the protection of those engaged in planting introduced, seems not to have been aware of a thousand boxes on the same day in the' any other way. Cromwell's chaplain, John

oyhters. The object of this bill is i that such Howe did not; preach politics, nor did
Others are doubtful of any benefit to be derived to secure a measure had already passed the hands of regular dealers. "-

from the indiscriminate immigration persons who plant out oysters from depredation .Senate, 1\111111\1"* now a prior place on the The crop of Florida will soon become the Richard Baxter, though living in the midst!:

into the State of foreigners, ,who, as a rule, by outsiders. House calendar to time one recently passedfor leading fruit crop in the market, and it is of the stir and turmoil and immense agitation
Any who has how Pensacola. of the times of the English: commonwealth -
come with slender experience,and one seen no scientific Important that the clement of uncertainty
attention the of It i 11 understood the fruit. nor did Jeremy Taylor, nor Archbishop
large families, and who, as mere laborers, oysters Cedar Key, that the committee on should be removed to marketing ;

would share the work of the colored laborer, for instance, have won their way in the markets commerce has incorporated in the river ami An orange-grower should be ascertain ofthe Leighton, saintly men of the opposite!

but who would be unable to live as that race of the South, will be able to understand harbor bill the sums of $JOOOOO each for the !sale of the product of his! crop as a cotton political part;; and each of them wieldinga

of what practical benefit any system which St. Johns bar and Cumberland Sound This planter. vast influence on English character and
do, or to accept the wages they receive. ___
encourages the multiplication and perfection with the appropriations\ of last session, gives'St. Knglish: society.But .
The establishment of the bureau of immigration "FAILURE OF THE
I of that delicious bivalve will be to the John bar $225,000, and Cumberland not to oppose a merely.1 1Il1i vidual opinion (
was looked with considerable disfavor PULVIT."
SO UTII tat*:
I at tint, and then undue expectationswere State" At present, the quality of the oysters Sound:) only $130,000) which should satisfy to that of Mr. Swing, it would be easy to
entertained of what it should i Ig subject to great variation, and the beds those! interested in the commerce of the St. In a recent number of the Xvrth American I ; cite the language of representative men in all
arc, some of them, liable to extermination Johns river, that the work of improving theSt. licrieu', Mr. David Swing, of Chicago has the churchcs.authors of treatises on theology!
Some have thought it their
persons from there being no one able to say when John bar will be prosecuted to comple set forth the cause! of the Failure of the and pastoral care in the different Christian
duty to criticise it at step and to show
every the pulling up" of the oyster: shall cease. tion. Larger appropriations for both works Southern Pulpit." lie spend no time in denominations, who have maintained the
their wisdom. We have failed tos'e
i This bill, of course, gives no right to a person would have been, of course, desirable, but proving that such' a lamentable' failure i is an same view of the peculiar work of the ministry .

4 that they suggested any valuable ideas to take possession of the bed already in with the heavy pressure upon time conimimitteefor actual occurrence ; Unit he takes for granted, a"* that for which we contend. Here
for its usefulness. So far
increasing as re
existence and say what shall be taken from very large appropriations for the Mississippi or quietly and coolly assume as a fact not follows one of the latest of these from the
suIts are concerned, we are satisfied it has
I them and what shall not, but when new river and other works at the South, we needing to be established! by evidence or pen of a Northern, not a Southern, preacher.
accomplished much or even more, than
ground i is planted out in oysters by person, think our Representatives entitled to great argument. The nearest approach to proofof Speaking of the Christian minister, limas f

any other similar department in any of our he will then have the right to reap unmolested credit for what ha9- been "secured.' Doubtless the alleged fact-without which hi* article writer remarks, Neither he, nor the churchis

Southern states. In Tennessee they have u the harvest which his industry and as t he works proI'I'll\nd their success ha no basis::! whatever-is a pretty figurein bound to watch over all the special interests .

commissioner of acknowledged ability, industry foresight entitles him to. nnd importance are demonstrated, future which he presents supposed map of the of social, political and economical life

r t and perseverance. lIe has worked We hope and have reason to believe, that Congresses will give larger appropriations. pulpit elaborated in tints of red ; and these Something should be left to other men, and
hard, written much, and sought by every i tints he gravely informs Us would be deepest
this will at once be taken advantage of by and to the
to measured Mush h interest seems: to be shown'\ in Washington I other professions ; something
induce but
means immigration, in Nc'w York and Boston! in the Gulf
some of the more enterprising oyster dealersof in the reelection of Senator Jones. It ; providence of God. When the ministrysink
by results his bureau has not been as successful States the red of his becomes of too
Cedar Key, and we expect in n year or is seldom that a State with so small a popu all other themes in the one theme of
as that of Florida. delicate tint for the unaided to detectit
two to have oysters combining\ the size of lation as Florida attracts so much attention; a eye the cross, they are rewarded in a twofold
i The question then comes Why does not while Mobile New Orleans is
up, at and one
the Saddle Hock and the flavor of, the but "states, with small population become manner ; they see the soul of man born into
the stream of foreign immigration turn forced to raise his and utter the word,
Shrewsbury or Cherrystone. Indeed, in the larger in public estimation if represented by eyes the kingdom of God ; and then, as an inevitable -
( Southward? Simply becausc- t. the im- "No greatness" of the pulpit here! a conclusion
Cedar Key oysters these qualities are already men of ability Vermont is very proud of consequence) with which they had
t .! migrants are, nineteen-twentieths, from to the least: somewhat remarkable
i found, but owing to the sporadic nature of Senator Kdmunds: Delaware of Bayard, and say little to do directly, but which is taken care
Northern : and all their ideas are New Orleans consideringwhat
as ,
.I.Ia .It I the bed, it is question of accident whether Florida of Senator Jones, who ha, in a single : of by the providence of God, und the laws
turned to the great West, which is HO largely famed and powerful pulpit orators
you get: just such oysters.As : term, attained 1"cr)' high position, by which He administers His governmentin
populated by their people ; second, Congress: ( she ha known, and considering
r every one must be allowed a certain and ranks among, the leading men of the the earth, they also: see art: sciences,
has given Western railroads immense land again the well-known fact that all those
amount of selfishness\( we cannot close! with- Senate for ability and influence. A very general trade, commerce and political prosperity,
which, unlike those of the South, Southern cities Uidijuoml, Charleston, Savannah
t grants, outthe hope that some one of this neighbor- hope i is expressed: in and out of Con.grl'lS flowing in of themselves." Exactly: the opposite -
all good agricultural lands, and these and New Orleans, contain preachersof
are hood will at once plant out a crop-and that he should bo his own successor: : of Mr. :Swing'scw-:; : \ ; he would assign
railroads have their agents in ]': selling the word who have\been invited to occupy
promise: him that he will (find a pearl in which' I donot doubt, will be the case. The these last!! themes: to the ministry: a*
their lands offering long terms of pa.v'ment Northern pulpits, even in the city of New ,
every oyster, or at least! find the equivalentwith important measures pending in Congress for their peculiar object ami occupation( niul
and low rates of travel from New York to York itself Of course it i 1:01: no way necessary
which he can get pearls.GAllFIELlt'S our own State demand experience and tact bid th,1II11'1\\'e the }preaching of the cross:
the West. Texas has adopted a similar mode to go into an examination of the causes
for their consummation. to the Almighty !I"
.of inducing foreign immigration. assigned: I for the alleged failure until the

For obvious reasons:' such a mode of obtaining CAttlNET. Among other Florida interests there i iol: one assailant" : brings forward his evidence ; !some But thi writer appeals to history, which

Immigrants is impracticable, even if The most: exciting subject of discussion at of great importance, in which, Ithink, pecan 'have, however, taken in hand the easy task Swing !strangely! perverts. That unearthly

.. desirable. The Transit: Railroad has: wisely the North, just now, is upon the supposed be of the greatest service. I refer to the East of refuting Mr. Swing's charges by signalizing sermonizing of Baxter and Howe, so abstracted

appointment of Blainc as secretary of state. claims for the losses of 191..
of land-floats, which entities Florida Averylarge the many proofs ,of eminent pulpit from all the temporal and secular
u system
.adopted free on its road The views in the Republican party itself' are amount of money is justly due to the power which are manifest: in the Southern interest* of man, so rigorously confined to
the holder to n passage
When the other roads arc in a condition to decidedly opposite: The New York Kerniuy claimants, amid if Cojigress! : can be impressedwith states ; an interesting list; comprising: and human guilt and human redemption,-that

t doubtless the same Post, alluding to Fish as an incapable aristocrat the injustice of its being withheld I.I by .characterising several of these! notabilities, preaching which takes man off the planet
will\ adopt
do so, they of their lands. and J-'varts as cowardly lawyer, returns the close: earnest and able\ advocacyof our has been published in the J/iV/w, and it is entirely, amid contemplate him as a sinnerin

plan of disposing of bureau of immitrration thanks that at last they have n prospect Senators, we may hope that this: lon defern'll sufficient' to show conclusively the critic's the presence of God,-that preaching so
is the a
What use
; Before its establishmcnt } in Blaine of having a man of some measuroof justice may pass Congress; in the want of unacquaintancc with a country and destitute of nil scientific economical and political

'. ", ? it nUlbe, asked. charged: brains in that otl\c\ ('. On the other (hand, course of the next two or three years. The n people whom he 5 i'i pleased! to censure: and elements! and allusions.-wal.. nevertheless .- .

there was no department, nl\lll\nswer. the New York Xntinn very impolitely rakes Spanish government has made a strong demand condemn. It might lis ubsl'r\"ell.11I passing. : by indirection, one of the most:

with disseminating: information being up Blaine's: Kl Paso! and Credit Mobilier record upon the United States government that the same m'elUaintullceto"I'I'uk very fertile causes! of the progress of England ail

lug the numerous inquiries} which were with and goes so far a* to say that being to carry out the stipulations of the treaty of gently-with the past history of the South, AIIcril'n.Itrll't:; ) it ns one of the forces of
commissioner bus,
i made. The neither n lawyer, nor having identified\ 1811. The treaty requires that satisfaction i Is shown in the surprising statement made Knglish history: Lund the career of the Anglo-

great advantage to the State, successfullyfilled himself! with any great political measure, should be made for these losses. The limitedStates by )Ir. Swing, respecting the negro's want of Saxon race would be like that of Italy and

both of these requirements. nor having distinguished himself as a judge, who decided the l'1ailllollIwml.: religion instruction in the time: before the Spain." PRESIiEl'S.

1 We do not believe in changing plans or attempting politica) economist in any way, the appointment eel principal' and interest. The secretary of war, and in his remarks* to the absence of f ,

( to experiment oh 11 large scale. Wet is u particularly unlit one, and the treasury has withheld the interest on the statesmen in the Smth-fnr, a. regard this TAXATIOX.

,' cannot afford to increase our expenditures makes an outcry against putting men in that the government does not pay North
r bureau ground latter point, the being witness: and To Hit Dlltur of( the Min-or :
''t to any great extent. The expenses offices, for which they are not capable! because interest. The Spanish: minister insists flint judge, the South ruled the whole country
salesof January 18 Itlsl.Iii .
the ,
should be mainly met of political service.\ If General Garfield a rule applied to domestic cases cannot control for sixty year, and it can hardly bo pre. your i issue of the loth that

I it our public lands. i*: obliged to limit himself: to honest in a matter provided for by treaty. It 5 i'* tended with reason that remarkable qualitiesof the heaviest, you argue
part of the of Stntl'gonrnllt'nt
r The most: valuable class of immigrants and capable men, and not look to party services admitted by all good publicists that the position statesmanship were not evinced in securing is expense! our

1 can obtain i I" from the Southwest:) and North he will\ have a very difficult time in' of the Spanish government i 1"1 right, i and perpetuating that control for so criminal prosecution: and
I that the school tax i i'i
too large. It. would be
west., We want more capital quite a* much filling his cabinet, and will\ never have the and i is the precise principle in8i-tl'llnpon by long a period of time.
want people and capital will another cabinet. in its interesting know just how/ many criminals]
as we more pleasure of appointing the United States' government
-tillilnother; view be of
: may presented were "educated"
by spending $04,000 on
I bring peopte.0 should work to hlllm'ccupital This, we regret to say, would be equally true with foreign nation The matter i is to come
this fault-tindtng by our critic, aid it them, and also how much it cost head to
to come here, and aid and protect if a Democrat had been elected. for discussion the present week, and it is i per
up is one that exhibit his low estimate! of the IlIoth(' children the of to
of immigration should be conducted to the qualifications be had to the privilege going
The bureau Without any comment as to be hoped action will looking
duties and function of the ministry in school and
obtaining the first 'glimpse of
: essentially on its present basis. whom has placed in the claims.
of those rumor of the
payment whose rank he at one time held a place.Mr. that higher order civilization which makes'
should be liberally] distributed.: that i ii: to :
Pamphlets offices of the Federal government,
Swing possesses' the merit of a clear and good behavior to
passport respectable: associations
Jn ulI1ltlon.n would suggest" be inaugurated on March 4th, we express KTC.
striking style, as: an interesting platform and tends to keep the from
of brief leaflets, answering special inquiries the (merely as a form-not that we expect youth
hope + continues to'' draw
r BVLTIMOUK: January 1,1? 3l 1. well in contact with the crlllinula8o1.\ : .
J rice culture the timber General Garlicldmay
,on orange culture it to be gratified), that The cold weather continues with alterations Chicago: lie i li: not at this time a ministerin
and woods of Florida cotton and! sugar culture be willing to martyrize himself: for the As a matter of investment, would it nut
l[# of t thaws snows and freezes. any recognized body of Christian, and
stock raising. These could be ste and give us men be cheaper for the State: to educate the )boy
and sake of good government
One of the greatest disadvantages to his entire, conception uf the work and responsibilities
t. a small expense, and! would supplement who will look to the obtaining of a good very rather than punMi} or prosecute the man "
ft'otfl"tlnt \ of the }
I t the Florida fruit trade, the present season" Gospel Ministry i i1 such Would
information containedin office for future nut t the money paid fur one
the general record in their political political
arises!'! out of the inability\ the commission a"* would &and few advocates in any part of 1 hardened
do not believe the com than to service sinner through of treatment -
We rather 1't.Hll"oIe
filet. any
the ) ,
i aiu1 uterchantytusitiptime" fruit into the interior, the Church Universal ; but the charm'" of his

could work more effectually than which they may perform for any particular it Is i not protected from freezing while in rhetoric suffice to bring people to hear him, that would keep him from wrong-do

i 1st. By a large distribution of the general man or any particular party. Such conduct as transit to interior town. Of course the local and with no small portion of the American inj, be better spent! in guiding the younger
. I'missioner. 'pamphlet. a* this in Grant'a last administration made demand i i""*, limited, and the surplus: which l'l'oph.-l'"pedally in great l'itit'li-hrillinnt children towards the way of right, and

2d. By preparing special: articles on climate Bristow formidable candidate for the Presidency would ordinarily be at once shipped by rail talk i i'i preferred to sound reasoning" or instructive teaching them J by kind treatment that goodbehauor

I!t fruits, crops: timber, etc., tobodistrib-: and such conduct, at the present to fruit dealers: on the interior lines, cannotbe discourse. "'e heard not long is nt a premium?

t uted in answer to calls for special information time, we feel us".url"tl'ouhl bo the most !sent.! There i i'i consequently glut in the since, young man of average; IIIl'ntuIIoIUlit\ Assessors should be one for l'uch'otin

'amount of special cor- substantial basis for future advancement as precinct ; also a I< .
r saving great : market. descanting to byslanders on what a Western oulll.'r\'iolor] : If any ownerconsiders

t tt r respondence. well as fl'putatlon.'e do not expect this In ,'h'uf this difficulty cars: will have newspaper. which he was reading, called himself\ aggrieved, appeal to the

3d, By procuring from the land offices the desirable statoof affairs to arrive in time for to be arranged to avoid freezing as well as to the "thrilling l'1IHluclI('(> of a suicide ; supervisor whose decision. shall! be final.

plats of surveys of public land, arranged by the next election, but any one who 1 is willing secure proper' ,'('nt1l:1tlun.lIltthcr cause! who, after advocating self-murder in a lecture Supervisor" not to Kn to every parcel of property

) counties i to look further ahead than that, will we which tends to depress prices i Ii the folly of ended by killing himself the close of in person, only when called Assessor

4th. By arranging, as opportunity otters, think find it well to study the needs of his some shippers of oranges In consigning fruitto his", harangue ; and our poor young friend to examine. everything in person. Books to

cabinets of the woods soils, minerals, und country, as they happen to come under his houses not in the trade. Of course such really seemed to think that the strong rhetoric be dosed at a fixed date. Then all the supervisors

fruits of tho State own supervision. and devote himself" to supply shipments are pnton the market and sold fur of the frenzied speaker almost justified meet at the court-house with the

k .. \Stli. By seeking to secure favorable) rates them. ________________ low prices,, depressing thc'mar"l'tt an the tragic: conclusion county commissioner: and equalize the

from the- railroads for immigrants to the EDITORIAL COlinKSl'OMtEXCE.WASIUMITOX auction sale recently, in Philadelphia Florida )Ir. Swing charges that the Southern (lul. whole county.

cent to one dollar pit "fails! utterly to the At a
But*. 13. 1880. oranges sold from fifty grasp meaning of flxl"Illocr diem furassessoraud SUJKTvior. -
I>. C. January
r *> moderate appropriation would we in the, full tide of its work, |pt'r box. Florida oranges are on sale in the Christian religion." He charges it with ,the work would be done in ten day

,k r think; enable the bureau of immigration to Congress U now seems to exist to all the seaboard cities und retail at from preaching Christ Crucified, and finds!! in that for a ('Oullt'like Alachua\ and cost no more

carry out these BeNml !items. The 'inspmeethou 11\11111 general; disjiosition} business before adjournment thirty to fifty cents per dozen. Should the fact reason for "she humble condition of than the presentsyste. i.

tt : of fertilizers! forms a source of revenuein disuse of a* much >fJs \ weather continue severe" it will be difficult to the Southern Pulpit ; he says! further, Your other suggestions'

cEti of the bureau. It as possible. advantage.It that in lias'" regarding taxation i I
Georgia for the support measures in market the whole crop neglected are good, give !some! revenue in Flori- There .are several important is important in view of the risk" nf cold Its Own business" to attend to that of the of two recommendation .
\VQuhllluubtll'SS on tho House appraiser for four taxation
which Florida I Is interested year J
weather via northern sea-jiorts, to ship dUml .\Imigh()'. And what does he hold to be is
reached.Several : not in
ila' accordance '
at the calendar which it i I'I' hoped} may It js said. :itl its business ? polities with progressive
Agellcit iu Europe, lecturing have juissod: the to tiLt'orII'l'l>t by rail. .- own morality and' idea I know 1' mertythat

iub01I1ml ioI11'r.t and bureaus: are of ,thl'sOIIl'U..Url of 000 boxes have .' shipj'edby the ..tcanmersdinct civilization, are the great themes, he assuresus less than fuurytarssimmecost
N.trtlm. await the concurrence one-fourth of what it will
believe, Would nut Senateaul only and much larger number ; ami he leas discovered that in t
and we prolwbly a such
all expensive, to become law.. The )most important bring tOHlay. I also know of land valued I
bel etlt. We ure the House the railroads, out of Florida.\ There, preaching, the (pulpit in its most evangelical \!, the
sU8tt"rilil writer the by same section f
i is the bill to one ivircel. $ii ,
give ant of these per Ul'J'onl' \
t by the h..ttcr evidently, great need of regulation of the foriu has made itself frit in all the centuries ,
advertiself in suspensionof panel ut $100. and .
one at :$400 acre.amUliU
amply for expensesincurred
State per
and our home press.of ; Florida! fruit trade. The foreign fruit trade which have route and gone since the tJ
the SQrtherl1 It i i. not'Ukely to meet others at $10 \11
through Indian liiwtllities only per acre.
IItrealU Immignltion seems to be established. in regular chan- time of Jesus. this u
{ Vti'q flav a ht"ulth Increnyrd In with any opIKMitiun| as the committee have fruit U made Now it would be wrong UI1111.101IIt'tlatn"lthout.1 be done ti
lilt we have eel' and the ale of foreign not tOot much to that. to
6.-"ln tgI11tuthestate rei-orteJ fll'uruhtlI'UII it, but tlae ltlicitlty say put right TAX.paYFa. I P
-' at the ...totfortytlvri'rt ... -
last t.-n years Jof:: -

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ACCOUNT ( Groceries! and "'rot'isiais.! ii. i::. JO""rl:UI'U,
I 1, E.\S'r i' i, o it ) DBY GOODS AT XEW YOKK; PRICES 1

]?EUXAXDIXA} I FLORIDA, AT '111': "Ol-I.\U DHY <;oo )s iiorsi: OF

JOHN: IHntuvM.' Pint,.\niariitv, 1. DEU.ETl IX: =:J. & r1I cYDD.IItY :=- 1
Botanist to UN Majesty( Fine Family c..Jrocerles: .
for the Floridas; "ro\'I"lo." Liquors" lite.AOEXT : --- "
V111X: AMPUO >
\, Journey r from Augustine: FOR 11. I.'. AVERY A: CO.'S PLOWS. r VIS IONS. GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
up} the River St. Julius.LONDON -
Sold by W. ICOLt.\o. .11, St. I'ttul's --- ., Customers can rely upon getting CHOICE \ \OT HE: C\Oi:8SOlJ; : :; }).
J1I' ('jmrch.Yurl, and WOODFAU,, -
Large shipments' of ..'.\.1, AM> "'I "'I.n: UOODS ,
Charin .Cro!{I. AXXI ( 1\U'U':, noon, asNOTIINJ : rt''eind'l'cklr..

[l'rice" Shillings.] j r.rt-Wholesale: nnd Retail. Orders by mail receive prompt attention I
17G.) rrilllllD ST, RET. Ct'iTltF.1.OIl': .\, New York (Otllce f I N.E.: Cor.
Centre and Third
1 BeT THE: FINEST RRANDS: ..J'r. lk 1 J) }I ,
; ;
:as Walker :Street. { | Feriiandina..

PRODUCTIONS.: are kept in stock.. ..
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Having already taken notice of the soil DEALER: IN THE \

and climate, upon) which all vegetation depends J. II. PKESCOTT.
Choicest" "Fruit" and Vegetables, I :SECOND; ) STREET: NEAR: ('Jo:: Tlm,
I shall now proceed to the vegetable II 1 11I0UI.K
productions!' of East'Florida. t

In no one part of the British dominions!' is CONFECTIONERIES: ETC. Style, Fit, GROCERS SHIP OHANDLEHS I

there found so great a variety of trees, plants t
and shrubs, as in East-I'loridai which, I RINs' Garden Seeds, Flowers Farm and Comfort, .':';11 DKU.t.KS: IX
Garden Implements. 7 tf.1NGEL
suppose, i is entirely owing to the tempera. AM) # __ _* *. al f

ture the of northern the climate and, in southern which the latitudes productionsof seem : tV rim\i: ), Durability. l'I j I I[ <'/)"\ 1L--J[ j I Hlllf (] ( .'UII: *( 11:1'1'* : j I 0 I

to flourish together. Without attempting "I1AKERS: :; AXI CONFECTIONERS: :;, awIInrllig
enumerate all the forest-trees, I shall only A LARGE( :STOCK( OF) FURNITURE! ALWAYS ON HAND. I
rllOICKfjrorerie : :?!
take notice of such as are most useful. .

The white pine grows to a considerable l "*. 1'lgar"*, and Tohaeeos" -
size, and is fit for masts, planks, und other FUllCHGOTT BENEDICT & CO.

timber for house-building. TOYS AXI) FAXCY AIlTin.ES.Weddings ._ .
The red pine is a heavy wood, full of rezin, I

and most fit for pitch and tar; its bark i is of ) Entertainment", and Picnics, Ii j(I largely itiereased, my Southwest'' Corner of Hay and I'lne Streets,
great use for tanning.The furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-hot
stock of Foot-near In both tine
spruce fir here is quite different tree torn prices, at I
.\ (lEJ'S RAKERY: and medium I
grades, am enabled .
from that to the northward but answers! the
l\'lItrt' Street,
same end for making the spruce beer. These 2.1; Opp. old P. O. Ruilding.Jir I to plaee before my customer JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA )
different sorts of fir demand a sandy soil, < i a tcry large, assortment" of ,

that has a clay, or other!strong earth beneathit. ..' It Yr>\ I I Hoots" and Shoes made by the
i most" competent and skilledworkmen. OFFEIl JIIKAT: HAIMJAINS( I IN
The white cedar : of this: tree are made
\\'. () ANN'SFAMOUS:; These' Goods" Mere
boards shingles:', clapboards! and staves! for A. .
dry casks. purchased" for (:'ASH. and are

The red cedar is: used for posts and boards, I I only exchanged' for the samecommodity. DDDD) \ mum YY YY (wnCH! !( (: { OOO( (OOO DDDD\ \ :SSSSS; :; :;
the trunk is seldom! above 14 feet high, and DDDDD) )) ) UUUItU YY YY CHWiII(:( (!(: OOOOO( ) () 00000 DDDDD)) \ \ :SSSSSSS; :;
I'repared Flour. : This" will be deemed U111I\ ) ) HI: UK: YY YY CO (id 00 OO OO OO ]DI)\ DDSS)\
the limbs are usually crooked, and very I,I a pleasure" after seeing, examining I ]DD\ 1)1))\ 1111811 YYY proper for shipbuilding.The ---- DD\ DD) KU HIt YY cypress:' tree grows to a greater size and learning, at what'extremely DDDDD) ) ) ) Kll IMl YY (;Oit0<;<; ; ; ; (ooooo ooooo( )DDDDD) ] sssssss:
here than to the northward ; and beinglargerthan I ONLY FIVE: CENTS: PER ) I Ii> low prices" these" )DDDD\ \)\ 1 lilt:I: lIl! YY
any other tree, is: used for making ca I i j Goods' are ont'r(.... I.' '

noes. _. -Jly> stock, 0(' AT OLD) P. O. IH'ILDING.C. )
The live oak (i'l0 called from being an evergreen ++ ,
U1 +'
GOODS is ++ l ) 1111'1( ) rGS? EF+r
worthythe :: .'
) is tougher, and of better grain than -- .- -. .. -.- +hhh++ ++

the English: oak, and is highly estecmetl for 11.\ItT. II. STKIT/: atletitloii of those' desiring'' ,

ship-huulding. <'. n.\n'I' &fc (0., 'I line 4 ood,.. *

The chesnut oak very HUh known in '. Orders' left to selection, '
.i't mj FLOOR, OIL I
other' parts of America, is very common in IlI1pol'tcr.-ll\llll Wholesale Dealers: in SIIl\J)] S.
will recelte careful mid prompt
Florida. Its leaf is like that of n horse- I
Foreign" and DomeNtie' '1 "."'nClo... ,
chesnut, the acorn it bears is two inches
long, and in taste like a chesnut: : it affords .,'rll""' Nuts" ..h'., : LATEST NOVELTIES: I INi .
excellent mast for hogs, und is an exceeding d-:{fm Fcriiimdlna, Flu.HELD .

good timber. Nos. .V, .'>7 and.i!) Market Street, I I II YOniSKLVES,:s by niaking ;i++rl+,,:i /i+1 i

Mahagony grows only: in the southern and it *.+___** *+" + -*+ ++- +* ++ +* +* "' '-'
CHARLESTON:: SOUTH CAROLINA. I 1ION1.Y'Vhi'n golden "t ++ +* ++ ++ +* +* ** +* ++ *+ *+ 4+
interior parts of the peninsula ; it is: in size chance is: ollercd, thereby) always: keeping :** I!
and quality inferior to the Jamaica, but good :Consignments i of Fi.oim\ Oiuxons: l!' poverty from your door. Those who always '*+ DRESS GOODS SILKS CASHMERES1:1/':*
take advantage of the chances for making \ ++ ::
solicited and pood
enough to become an article of trade : the prompt returns made.! --Jm(!;{ ; |
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nonce'tlint offered become .. "
are generally ++ ++4*. ++ -H4+ ++ +* ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ++ ** +* ++ ++ -'++" -++.:
wood-cutters from Providence, one of the "'.' K. n\UIXUal'I'---: I \\"l'allllwhile tho oho do not impro\e '++ ---r"
llahamu islands come to last: -Florida, to AliK.NT I such chances remain in 1"IVt'rt'u want '++ 1+++ri 1 i
1 ,
many men, women, boys: und girls to work
cut mahagony and it off clandestinely.:
carry WIIIJI.tUSlt: : UKTVII for us right in their own localities.: The CLOAKS ULSTERS SHAWLS and
lied bays : this tree seems a bastard mahngony : AXD I STOCK DEALER: : business will 'pay more than ten times ordinary f
and is not yet known in Europe: ; EUTClIEll AMIDealer ,I wages. We furnish an expensive: outfit ,

it may come into repute in time, when the in lee.TEXXESSEE nnuull that you n ceil, free. No one wIll .
fails to make '.
engages : ( money "l'Q'rapidl\
best of mahagony is: become 1.tillmore scarce. : : : REEF: : .\ SPECIALTY: ; You can devote your whole time to till 0 IU: Linen Department i is COMPLETE: I IN EVEKY: : lit PECT.Our : .

The walnut, and hiccory (which is a species It ROOM STHKKT: WIIVHF. I work, or only your spare moments.' Full OUEAT: CAHI'ET: SALE: commenced on the I 1st of (his month. Over 5OOdillcrcnt
: of walnut) are so common, that they, FEUXAXDIXA.: FLA. : information ami all that is needed I sent free. deigns of HrnsselM, and Wool CarpelM" now od'crcd'at
i I Address: STINSON ACo.., Portland. Maine. (0 i iSANBO1&
with the ('l'.. though. beautiful ..

woods: are ordinarily used: for firc-wonl : S 'J' It I C '1' 1 L Y NOIt'I'11EIIN P R. IC E S.
they afford good mast: for hogs- r-IOyr1-

Black cherry-tree, is a beautiful wood, the --.---.--- NICE\: IMU'SSELS:; : CAKPETS)) : from 75 elw.. upwards. to $I.IO.
tree bigger than in Europe: the fruit ,mall : I WOOL; CAItl'ETS: from I5 etw.' to 1.2:5.

and of little use. HALF-WOOL( CAIIPOTS from :10 etM." up. :
; I
Maple : its wood is of a tine variegated latest designs i of FANCY MATTINOS. JJest grades of Wllile1111 Checked.

grain, fit fur cabinet-work. In the spring H : .f Cfl1 Window Shades, mudo to order-material in all colors. (In ordering simply

they tap it, in order to make sugar of its ,Mate color and dimciiMon. COIl.NICJIS: MADE) : TO Oil illat. FINE: LACE: : CURTAINS:( '

j juice. ; of .
new designs.Kid
The ah, locust, and dog-wood trees: are -- ilotes' all 'olor"IIII1J qualities! (two to hix buttons).

here in abundance and fit for the mill, or A large lot of lIH1','lI'f."I' : MATS 1'01'0.J'TS and rRU.MIl! CLOTHS, ISOINDERINO

wheelwrights work and tither ordinary purposes. ) : FOR ('A Hl'I'T.:

4 : : @ .ftr- Hotel and Hoarillntc-lloiiNe, Keepers. will tutu our prices t-xcet-d-

The mulberry tree, both the red and white, @ n Y Uail, Steaiiie>t', mul Hail, high l)' rcas4.iiuble, und M-h-cti! gran(l. SJHI'TJ: : (iS. PILLOW-CASINO J TAULE: DAMASKS I- .

are natives of the country the forests are (white und colored I), DOYLIES, NAPKINS, CRASH, LASS:) LINENS: in
full of them; they grow here to a larger size large viirictit.

than in any other country. t'orwetM' '.U('('''', Silk Ties." Silk lIu..dlu'r'Ia.-llIh.t designs at

The leaf of this tree being the food of the A LARGE STOCK OF 8c very rca:,oimbhigurct/ *.

ilk-wrm. and theclimateiverfectly' FI'RNITt'RK: ('HINT/ und REPPS: ;, FANCY TASSELS: ., JIMP und FR1NOETO :

to that tender insect, I ",shall in u projKr l MATCH.
place, make some observations: upsn the cultivation ; rZ JENTS': :; ('.\H.'IU"ItjOI': :; -KJSS; JEANS: : CASSI.MERS: FOR! HOYS' WEAR: ,
of silk., f:1.f: '.\ K I NOS.: 111-\: \'l-HS.:

The siutic and bra.-ih.tto. useful us dying i Z:111 LADIES') ; und MISSIX: ; r.VDERVESTS) : ull sizes und grade, from Ht its up |uim. '

woods: are likewise found in East-I"loriila. J-FURNITURE 1.i # Also lot of RED: FLANNEL:: UNDERSHIRTS): : for Ijulics-fmegnule.
Sassafras of Florida was always reckoned
t the best in .AtII Ralsain-tree, of the size and with leaves .
like the sycamore tree in England, yields the It is impiisMiblc for UN to mention every urlich\ we have for sale, hut every imaginable m
true balsam: of Tolu. : article usually kept .in a FIRST-CLANS\ DRY (;00-; ESTARL1SHMENT: cut he -
: \
The magnolia tulii)-laurel, tuj>elow-tree, ri found l in our House.j .
are all beautiful, and very ornamental in .
gardens anllllle ur -;roUlllh. 'f.Slt..nlnU..o... paid to Orders and ('orrepondence. '' '
ERCIT-TREES. o fmxmlALumCUAlISB.:; (,'ullur uddrww) oFuhIlIr'r
It is observable in America, that thoughno nixii: : >i
country has a greater variety of valuable : OMJni; Corner of liar und I'inotnet*. "
forest-trees, yet there are but few fruit-trees, -
native of the continent, worth mentioning. rh
All the fruit-trws! (an indiilVrent sort of 0 ARLINGTON NURSERIES
dime. und a small black cherry excented) Z :
have been i imported from Europe and I thrive .
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exceeding; well. In Florida, tt Granger ran- 'I J
not help being struck with the lusuriancy CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. 'rucU.U\14! HI:I.TItOI'It'AI, I'ItllT! THI'll.S: ROSES: DEC11): l'
of the orange-tree; it U larger in ize.. and .c1:: ,
produces greater abundance und better Havourwl I'OI'Sand KViil: : <;ilii.V: : SlIletUS! nasal F'LO11'EIIIG: 1'L.iSTS. .
fruit than in Spain= or Portugal; : this
tree is MI well adapted to the climate, that it m. S -- 1)NFw

has l>)lr'aliltst"lf everywhere, and! is *o far : ANts CHOICE: VARIETIES Hudded Orange Trees MADE: A SP} IALTY.
a rarity, that the inhabitants, not aj- t
prchensive of scarcity frequently cut down .. tt I . 1SS
the .
-- .
tree in order to gather the fruit. ;&' Hend for DeKTiptive! Catalogue.ttr .
The lemons: lime-, (citrons jiomegranates! '
hgs, apricot, leach: &(". grow here in high SANBORN & 'IrOyrr: -S .
Il(>rfl'tti"n. JACKSONVILLE:, }'J.ip. *\.



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\ -DIRI cTplty. BREVARD COUNTY, --l l I-I--'u;;: tlll' of Iiaenltc-M: H- Warring: MadAttenor ::: : i- '. L8SL
United sates Officer (Jaunty Judge A. Whitlock, City Point i iBBO. : : :
Clerk-\, A. Stewart
LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE.Jitffiittcr Atfcttor of TIl.cC6-J, I). Stewart, TittwSlle. i nf T'lJ"CIl-H. Wadsworth!:! Madison [ .

-l,. A. Banies, (Gainesville. Collector of here ute-F, )[. Platt, Luke Jes- MANATEE COUNTY.:
lcctlt'cr-.Johl1 I.'. Rollins, Gainesville.! sup, Orange County. '
3 Srrrrryor-GeiertiJ-L,1). Ball, Tallahassee. Superintendent of Schools-Alexander Tin- ( lerk J/;:. M. Graham, )[lIlIat'c. .
dall(, IxikeView. -Robert S. Srinith, Manatee. I THE
DISTRICT COURT '. SerJ7Vlu, C/ )layman Pine Level
Judge{ Thomas Settle, Jacksonville T\ AMCMnr of T'.rC'II-\'rn. F. 1'arrish, Par-
Marshal- II. Durkee, Jacksonville. County .J/Iloc-\\\II. Peeler, Green Cove THJl.!

Clerk-Philip Walter, Jacksonville Spring! Collector '11lc'I'cI/uc-Marion U. Carlton, 1'-
Clerk-O. A. Pine
Buddington, Green Cove Level.
REVKNCE. Springs. Siipcrinfendfnt of 8cl/1)l/l.-I"l'lix. J. Seward
O/kCtor'-Denltls Eagan, Jacksonville, Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Pine Level ,


John W. Howell, Fernandina. Attestor Collector of Tare*-Win. Conway'I'lul1lllu'-r'Kiugsley.\ : County .1"I"r-.J. M.[ Mclnto[ |], Ocala.

J Edward Hopkins! Jacksonville. Maxville.Superintendent[ of Ret'emc-11I. S. Clerk-. W. I/ng, Ocala FLORIDA MIRROR"ST'E'A.lV. ,.
John F. House, St. Augustine. -"rrff-I; ( I). }Pooser Ocala
J, M.. Currie, Cellar Key. Middleburg.: of RCwulll-1. F. Geiger, Plant..h*rlllf'r of Tuxes-Thomas Barco, Cotton

of Rrecnue-Frederick
N. Foy.
Stale OfllccrN. County Judge-W. 1[. Ives, Jr., Lake City. Of-ula. ,

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clcrk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.. Superintendent of School, *-H. C. Martin

o'erIlOl'-'Vm. 1). BInxhani, Tatlaha..:-I('('. ,s"criff-J. W. Perry, Lake City. Fort McCoy. .
Licutcnanl-Gwcrnor-Livingston W. Bethel Assessor of Taxes-L. ,V, ]livers! :Lake City. MONROE IOUNTY.County .
1, Tallahassee. Collector of Totes-Thos.: W., Late
C\m\ .
Judge- !* J. Baron, Key Nest.
Secretary of "'tatc-Joh.n L. Crawford, Tal City. Clerk-John Sitcher, Key Wc!>>t. .
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Superintendent ofSch ools J ul iu-Pot da -
lahassee.Comptroller. mer, o'i//'I'I r-Hitllllrc1eurn', ,l'Wlt.. [ .
\\'. I). Barnes, Tallahassee. Lake City. Aigetuor of Tuxes--Walter C. Maloney, .Jr, -----
Treasurer-Henry A. L'Engle I Tallahassee. DUVAL ('OCNTCtJullty.Jmlyc'iIliam \'. Key West.Collector.

.1torllrJ/-Gcllrral-O'orge( 1' Nancy, TuBa A. McLean, Jack of RtTCI/f/C--\\'ulter C. Maloney. ,
hassee. sonville. Jr., Key West.

Commissioner of JMH<{.I-Hugh A. Corlcy, Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. :o/lprri"lcltlclttifSdoul.-.J. V. Harris Key.
Tallahassee.Superintendent. "Sheriff Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville.Assessor \\ est.
of Public In ft ruction-K. K. of Taxes-Daniel P. Smith, Jack- NASs.tli COUNTY.CbsiistyJrtrlgcIlintotl .

Foster. Tallahassee.idjutautGeneralCC. Yonge, Tallahassee sonville.Collector of Rt'r/wc-Hl'ur A. L'Kngle, ,, dins J. Baker, Fenian a. -

Commissioner; of JIIIIratmHr.. ; ; Set Ii Jacksonville.Suj Clerk-C. '\'. Maxwell, Fernandina. -j-
French, Jacksonville. > / of Schools-Albert J, Russell 81rrW'l'l'Il'r Cone, Fernandina./

SUPREME: COURT. Jacksonville.: Ac. *or 'll1<,.rrs-"'111. II. Garland, Fer- .

Chief Juxticc-E. M. Randall, Jacksonville. HAMILTON ('OC:>T\'. nandina.Collector. ,

.I.sateJr4icc-J. \\' h'tt, jr., Tallahas"CC. County Judge-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. o..fllr'rll/lC-'lIrrl'n 1''. Scutt. Fer!
Ulc.k-Hohcrt S. Stewart, Jasper. nandina.Superintendent. P1 0Pd
Associate Justice-R. B. Van Valkenburg, SI/rriff-JuuIl'8 M. Duncan, Jasper of Schools-\\'. A. Mahonev,
Jacksonville. Assessor of T"xrs-J. T. Cooper, Ancrum. Callahan. '
Clerk-(:, II. Foster, Tallahassee. Collector of licvcnue-J. I'. }\. Goo .: ]lepton. Columbia County. County Judge-II. L. Suininerlin, Orlando.
Superintendent of 'ie/tOols-Joshlla II. Rob Clerk-J. 1'. Hughey. Orlando. I I"I
First Ciicuit-Augustus! Maxwell, Pen- erts, Ancrum. Sheriff Thomas W.: Shine, Fort Hd.!. L 0

Micola. Asxessarf Tnxet-John C. Brv.son, Haw, .
,Second Circuit-David Walker, Tallahas)) HEUNANDO COUNTY.County kin \'lI1e. 0I UI14V eds J

/lIdgc-\. L. Fricron, Brooks- Collector of Rt'I'Cllllr-XI1t. Poyntz, Orlamlo.
see.Third Circuit-K. J. Vuiin Madison. villc. Superintendent of ,tichoals-lu; iii T. Beck", t l lp 8IH
/rrk-J.. C.
Law. Brooksvillc.
Fourth Ci/'clIie-H..B. Archibald, Jacksonville Fort Reid. : -
"rriff-.J. B. Mickler, Brooksville.Assessor p ph.r d
,' 'Fifth Circuit-James II Dawkins, Gaiiu-4- of Tuxes-'.'; M. Garrson, Brooks TAYLOR COUNTY. I cT
ville. ill e. ('o"IIt"J"uc-D. N. Cox, Perry. -
Collector of llerenue-F'. Townsend S/rrv-Tholl1a): !! Osteen: Perry _
Sixth Circuit-H. Mitchell, Tampa.
L'lc/"k-.Johll M. Faulker. Perrv. -1- .
Brooksville. I Icci
Seventh '
(irCItArcher Cocke, Sanord.
Superintendent of Schools-Dr. S. Stringer t Superintendent i Schools-E.: Vann, Perry.County .
Brookevillc. T""l1lCur'r-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
Court C'nlcmlar. Cuunty Surveyor-1). N. Cox, Perry.Collector .
Spring Term- County Judge-H. I.. Crane, Tampa.Clerk Perry.
Taylor, 2d Monday in April. -Win. C. Brown, Tampa. .11C: "If, or of! Tuxes Win. II. Parker, Perry.
Madison, 3d Monday in April. Sheriff>. Isaac Craft, Tampa.Assessor ( KT. JOHN'S COUNTY \
Hamilton 4th in of Taxes-L. (i. Ixshe' Tampa.
Monday April. I Omllt1.I""yr.-[ Cooper, St. Augus == AN'DJOB ==
:Suwannee:; 1st Monday after 4th :Monday Collector of RI'rwcP.. Boris, Tampa.
in Superintendent of Schooln-H. L. Crane, tine.Clerk
4; B.irtolo F. Oh \'eros, , 2d :?Monday after 4th Monday Tampa. SIt'rW'X.( Pacetti St. Augustine.JjrexW .
in April. JEFFERSON. of Tuxes David L. Dunham. St.Augustine. .
Lafayette, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in CoiintiJudge-A. Whitner: Monticvllo. :

April. $''erU'-. %. Bailey, :Monticello.Clerk 'ollecfor of J'ercnue-Joseph !F.1 Llambins,
Pall.1' rm- -W. B. Lamar, Monticcllo. St. Augustine.i
Taylor, 2d 1 Monday in October. Superintendent .o'IO"/-.J, B. Christie, Superintendent nf S'uul,Thomas' A. Pu-
Madison, 3d Monday in October. Monticcllo.County cetti, St. Augustine.NUMTEIt.
Hamilton, 4th ?Monday in October. Treasurer-"". A. "'. Simmons I
Suwannce, Monday after: 4th Monday Monticello.Collector[ CI>l'NTY. PRINTING HOUSE
in October of Rcrcture-Joseph Palmer, Mou- Cuoily.ludyp-1lenryS.'assi ly, I.c'l' bnrg. I
Columbia, 2d Monday after 4th Monday ticello. Clerk Thomas J. Ivey, Ix-esburg.
October. Atnetmrof Tiue -J. P. Grantham Monticello. S"erW'-.J. S. Dyches) I Lcesburg. .
i1i Lafayette, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in .(sIl"IISlul ,Tuxes-Joseph Hutchinson, ,
October. I.\FAYETTE COUNTY. I'\'l'!>>hu ';.
Collector !' /'I'rl/I/-.Jol1l1 "".
o Dyrho",
A KOUHTII ('IRl'lIT.Spri : County Judge-\V.J. Dixon, New Troy. Lecsburg.Superintendent. .

a //!/ Term- SluriB'-J. J. Johnson: New Troy.Clerk of.'char.-it. II. I Duncan,
St. John's. 3d Tuesday in )[areh. -Howell Hawkins: New 1roy.SperintendeiilofSchonlK Iake! Grillm.
,Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. -J. C. Uamsey, New
1)rudforl,1st Tuesday in April. Tniy.County. fUWANXKE: : COUNTY.
Beech Street
a Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. \ 7rmllrrr-.J..J. Painter, New Troy. County Judy;-Michael) A. Clouts: Live Opposite Egmont Hotel, ,
Nassau, 3d Tuesday in April. Collector of -Jlerenue-Newton Sapp, New Oak.
Duval, &1 Tuesday. in May. Troy. Clerk Robert A. Reid, Live! Oak.\
1 Fall Term- assessor of Tt.lrll-\\. "'. Cottrell, New S/H.rW.John R. Session: Live Oak.Aenur f
'. St. John's 3d Tuesday in September. Troy. of Tuxes-"'. 11. SessionWcl-

Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. LEON COUNTY.Counti born.
J.f Bradford. 1st Tuesday in October. / J//llc-H. C. Iii ,pey, Tallahassee.Sheriff Oll'rtllflf' Ilt'I't'II"C-Robert F. AllNon.,
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. IOMcI'y, Tallahassee. Live Oak.SniMrinti'Htleiit. ,
\. Nassau, :JM Tuesday in October Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.Sujterintendent .of Sdlllulll-J. O. ('. Jaws' ,
Duval, 3d Tuesday in November. of SclUulllII)'N. Fclkel, Live Oak.

Term Treasurer-J. Demilly.. Tilllahassee.: : County Judge-Fred. I. LaPenoticiv, Enterprise' : .
Spring -
in March. Collector of Rt'c'"IIe-C. C. Poarce, Tallahassee :
Sumter 21 Monday
'Iak-John ,Yo Dickins, Enterprise.:
: : ,
in March.Alachua
lilt Monday after 4th Monday in Asteworof Tujfen-U. A. Shine, TallahftsHCC. 'herif-IS'. A. Cone, Enterprise.)
i March. Monday. Assessor of Taxts-Benjamin Richanlson, .
in LEVY ("OIT TY. Enterprise.Jlertor :
Levy, 3d Monday. after Monday (\ of 1l1't'l'ItIlt'-Jol1n B. Jordan, De- .
March. County Judtie \V. II. Sebring, Bron! on; .
Putnam, 1st Tuesday after hit Monday in Clerk-3. M. Barco, Ilronson.SIeriffV' La ind.Sujterintendent .
of Schools-James 1 I. ( 'hnn- -- ---- --' : -
March. \ i). Finlayson. Brun'on..lIIlIf'I. .
Full Term' A Kor of Taxes=J. )[. "'itli Bronson. dlcr, Enterprise.: .
Sumter, 4th Monday in October. Collector'of Hcrenue-Jobn C. McGrew, WAKULLA ('()ll' T\'. r' -

Marion, 1st Monday after 4th Monday in Bronson. nullt"J"Vf'p.. T. Duval, Crawfonlville.Merff .
October Sujierintendeiit of "c'lwIIII-JolI. F. Miami, \\'. II. Walker, ('rn w fOTlh'll\e.\
''Alachua 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Bronson. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
October.Levy M.ltISON COUNTY. ?Superintendent of Schools John L. Crawford
1st Monday after 4th Monday inuverubcr. County Judge-II. M. Withel''puon, Mudi- Crawfonlville.\ Having adde.1 \1-:11' TYPK .A.M JfEW IMliSSiS: : to our obit', and having;
t N County Treasurer-\V.1'.1)uv'ul) Crawfordville.

Putnam, :2d Tuesday after let Monday in son.Sheriff 'T. H. Willard Madison.ClerkJohn :SKILLED: : "'OUK EX: who know how to ue! the same, we are now ,
December. M. Beggs, Madison: iWectar of t'l'fltltW.. M. Walker. Crawfonlville. "

SEVENTH"' (CIRCUIT SiifHrtntendent of School*-I*. S. 'lyner, prepared to do any and l kind( of '
every printing, :
tyring TtrmVofiiMa Madison. .II,+(''lInr of Taxes-(ivo. F. Regi! :>tcr, Cruw-

pr 1st Monday in May. County Treasurer-S. S. Smithadisnn.: f.mlville. ,
Brevanl, 2d Monday in May. -.-- -- - -- .

Orange, :3d Monday in May. a:
Dude, 2d Monday in June. cI I
Fall Term- II
Yolusia l>t Monday in November. .
Brevard, Monday in :November. LJLJClTllE Cz I
Orange, 3d Monday in November.
Dade, :Monday-in December. .: ::1 P1to FROM A500-PAGE. BOOK TO A VISITING CARD,

County Ofllcers.ALACllUA -<
s COUNTY.C. Gardner Games- O'x stt 1J THE ONLY )
t County! Judge Juniua C G + PAD '
LuR6 .
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('lerk-J. A. Carlisle,..Gainesville. b tDE :YLp '
Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville. ::5 C
Assessor of Taxet-3. 1[. Dell, Gainesville. ABSORPTION (XiTi-KE'u WAY)
1 I.....,-'-*-K/Jbtf. r tf Kevenue-G. P. Thomas, Gaines'Superintendent V01TII BACJK-AClllK CURE BY .t,* \callj' and tin" ''honp us an,' OHIro in Florhla.

V diseases of the Kidneys, Dlajldvrand LIJXG DJfln.Un.
1/0011-0.. A. Myers,
1ri of theIMI'RO'ED ATT.
Urinary Organs, by wearing TIIICOAT IHSI.ASI.S,
Gainesville. .. ... "
RARER COUNTY. .-- ItrcHtlilug Troubles.It .
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: CountuJiulge-Jiw. K. Hernon.ane .tJ: '
Sanderson. KIUXl'l'U.. iNTO they>teiii curative / : .
C'lerk-l" J. }Pons. rt-' : DRIVES :" ", f. ...t
?) (ai SMriff-J. WWumw.. &ru.1enoon, a t'Jlh'I1I\lllll'a1in medicine. -- -- .- .; '. .- r
i{ Assessor f Taxei-K. (I. Rogcraon, fan It Ig a }IAIt\'Jo I. of HEALING: und ItELIEF :- It DRAWS FROM the diseased (parts the ,. ",-, artKndyouronUr i-
rlerson.c.blkctor. SIMPLE. SENSIBLE:; 1PAINLESS ) i KM sous that cause death. / ,f_
s : of Rt'umru-Richard Kennedy, : und 1-OWEKFUL. ItCUUI-i' Thousands testify to its virtuw.YOU _"''4 mf..

4 t'1"tlYYYS 1)arbyville. Hampton, where all else fails. A REVELATION and CAN BE: Ut I.n"I'H: : AND ,F SupninltndmloJ<U4.r-\\ REVOLUTION in )Il'llidnebkUItlOf\ .
tt i unsatisfactory Don't di-Miair until you have trit'tllhi" M'n. .
Olgstee., or direct medication, as opinw-etl l .
BILvt"OJUJ rol'N'tOJ \ internal mwliciiuw. Send for our sibleeu.ilyapplierl'i| +l RADU'AI.LV: ) EFFECTUAL : ,
U. Ilichanl, l'rtv'idence. Sold ).)\ fur PRIXTING
JudgJ. remise on Kidney troubles sent free. Retn'tly.Sold )IHXIH.VIJ I ; and RULIXG; to offlrt out-
C' 'k.-Jlt'ur..p }o'. VubunlakerButler. by druggists, or sent by mail on receipt of by DrugjrUi.. or M'ut by mail on receipt I I
: UV. price, TWO JOI.I.It.'l'i.'f of nrit-e, TWO DOLLARS, by Mdetl eState. Onlt-rs for ,-.hll'r'm' nvejvepmmpt attention fnmi
Slttr'JI- Taxes-.A' J, McKinney, J.ake J'0". TIlt: "OXLY" Li-Mi 1'-\11 ('o.. n.ldtlrrss
"iUUJ1', oj THE "ONLY"IX'NG Williams BI.Mk.iKtniit J

flutter. of Run i'il -.\trnltt *'Ctmv, Lake William'clroit.Ikh.Wk )Ikh.4" ;, pr.. ) Ju UUnuou..
t1Jkt1Q1' Kidney I '* Sond fur testimonials and our Umk, >;, '
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.lhttler'.a: ; / J.wI -(:; 1':. Harris, ,aifTM* ii the original and genuine other. (H-I thinIilliui* a Year." S-nll'nv. Iii, ..qll' ,-
for it and take no ,
jyrturtitfaulcH Pad. Ask: t'ptX \XIIIS7 ._\, KMJ -
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Heal 1'state.rou l.rol"oI"Io..llIutllhl"hlC'" !'I'" !'r-- -COMICSf'UXU1NI; ; ; :; :. forgrav e reflection. Thepresencranumguy: brought into conlliet with the white" race,

-- -- --- '--- -- .. -, -- -. -- of (the colored race, free and universally entitled will Inevitably he that of the negro race in

SAM Dr. ('. .,' { We publish: by request, the follow\ corresipondcncc to all the-1rights! (' \'i111,1\ political, America, if it should by its inertness! and

: which will explain it! elfrKsoxvn.t.K that are enjoyed by the white race, is a fad utter want of the higher moral qualities thftt
D1'N'TIST, J.\ July 7, l$;.">. froughtvvith the most momentous results, distinguish the white race of the United

++--------++* I Fourth :St.\ bet. Centre and l Urn.) St.'lIft11'/., Mvnticetlo; FI"I : What shall these results be ? This( is: aqnes! States, become all incubusjupon: the superior

MvFRtKMi : 1'oursof the Ith came, yesterday. tion which rises importance high above race in Its terribly earnest march of progress: .
I A DKSIKAIIM: IIOTII: 11 48! tf FmS.\) ))
.. 1 presume that I did, in some! respects all others t that ever have or ever will engagethe and I civilization t
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++++-- ++++ "'JI. It. ('. nlinJjJ' : :: misapprehend' you, but I hope I 1 (consideration! the citizens: of this great I am unwilling 'to y'ieldto this: conclusion,
did not say anything to ofl'eiul in my remarks republic l In working out a happy solufioiof but on the contrary indulge what to every

:Situated directly on the Railroad: 1, / J.IL\I: COMMISSION': : : about sl.v\cry. only' took yours asa this: great problem, all true American tit b.zensirrespectIve generous mind it the pleasing hope, that 1 1I 1I 1I 1s +

I t typical\ case: drawing upon my knowledgeof : of party associations should when the influence' of the detestable. carpet.hag .
CKXTRK ST., XI\H It. It. ) : '
ix ONE) or TIU: the old slave-owners, and supposing facts: heartily and unselfishly: cooperate.Emancipation \ adventurers over them is broken up and

FEltNAXDIXA.: that might apply to .tI\l. Few XOI'Ilw1'I11Ul'1I : bran: accomplished} fact, and this people are left fo the care and protection

., HEALTHIEST PARTS: ()lo' FLORIDA. have had better opportunities than I have no wise, good man, North or South, will ever of those: whose\ interests\ t are IndNsolu-' :

-.-- --.. Hay,---,-Corn- .-.-, Oats.-- --, for studying the institution in all its phases. seek to interfere with, or ('\'l'1111111' lamenl lily bound up( with theirs, and\ whoso: kindly
For particulars: address .\. W. ('mt'KEEld: ., JXO. T. About ItlJ1\ spent three winters In the it, however much we may deplore some of sympathies from neighborhood and past associations
W\t.TFR: R. YATKS. slave! states on account of my health, thegreatest its results.: I am very far from fl'l'ti1hOl'l" nre so warmly active III their
FLORIDA MIRROR.Fcrnandina\ : : :.
:53-tf : Fla part of the time In my wagon, traveling less: as: to the future of the South, and especially behalf, that the negro will become a valuable : .
COCK ULL, W.\ u Im *: Y.\ ::: leisurely and visiting planters! In nearly of Florida ; on the contrary I am element In Southern progress/ I om

Till FLOltII ((CooKRKM A \\'At.KER: : ) 1 all the states, and as I had the reputationof confident that the day of Florida's: glorious: forced, however, to admit that the bad. Influences
being aeompanionableliterary gentlemanand deliverance 1'1'011tlu' evils: carpet-bag misrule : that have \hitherto' surrounded this!

LAND AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'Y Attorney' and <'%o nil "' not Abolitionist, I was everywhere a and corruption .will soon dawn upon people must: be removed very soon or nil\IIllIpl'

'. welcome guest. My constantlyexpressedopinion : her for t them must t be abandoned. I
OFFERS I FEItXANDlNA, FLA. was that slavery was: a grl'atl'nrH'to Middle Florida is: looking to the Eastern: May lid grant us: his aid, nnd save this

the country, but that the greatest: t evil was: part of the :State: for deliverance: Nort bent people from t the fate of all who whether
fJOO.OOO'r('** Mice ; (Clerk of the (' f
adjoining upon the dominant race. I still feel that energy combined with Northern capital will from wiIfuluess and perversity or from I Ignorance

and 1 contrast t this section till East: Florida with intelligent, bad counsel\ those
Of the mostACCESSIHLE 11'\ITEn ]YVTKS., Notary Public. more more, as soon up an or disregard ft
I _.. with the North and West, where all classes enterprising population) who, with the did {Immutable laws of nature which He In His
AND I DESIRAllLEIAXm : ; o. s. oAitis.: were bred to work, and the brains of the that the rest of our people l'lI1gin' them, wisdom! has established I for the welfare of t

IX TIIK smartest: encouraged to grow, by which men will soon break the werof' the ignorant i His: creatures.: Hoping for a further acquaintance
C O TI"FOnSD: ( IH'ILDEI) :I! and I matter t were deeloped.\ 1. Xow that sec.tion and corrupt} majority that has heretofore I 11\111,
STATE; OF FLORIDA: VM KACTfKKSMOFLDINCJS. : is: improving almost t beyond. imaginationwhile ) ruled but to rui1I \. Yours respectfully,
this has I'llturl'that all thinking men I lam most: happy to bo' able to state I that WM. :Scorr.FOKLtVX .
At only $1.25 per acre to new :settlers, with ( nIL\C 'KI.nol: :-:.\ :
shudder! ut.PI1II':01 steps will soon be taken! to build a railroad
the privilege of selection in parcel\: of -10 TfltXKD: HALt'STKRS.: : : : CORRESl'OXHKXCi':.
: : immigrants: come in such force as frontlunticcl1(1 to Thomasville, (Georgia, a ,
acres or more. Those lands arc located 1 un STAIlt: HAILSOOI I / J) E.\\ ::: -
antI adjacent to the line of the' TRonJHS.:' } ( :: SIIEATII1NC. to overwhelm the present carpet-bag controllers distance of only twenty-two III iI 1':01.: This .\ f.I \I1IXII.-U :Sl'1I'tll'I'lmt:" : .\ NKW ROI.K.
I WEATHERHOARD: : : of Florida anil their cohorts of Ignorance. will bring us: into communication with the To Hit Mitur of the Mirror .- ,
ATLANTIC, GULF AX)) WEST: I INDIA. I ING.. can you see anything encouraging great Northwest! and will put )IOIII t'l'tln PARIS, FUVXCK, :, December :1.7, 18X0.Imagine ( .

TRANSIT C'O.'S 1:. It., towards developing t the great agricultural within .r>0 hours of Cincinnati and )Louisville. if you ouji, an American newspaperrttllce .
Stair and Church "
resources: of Florida ? Outside) : of a The lands. of this !section are as: rich a.s: any being. l.tHI\'rh'llll\to fencing
extending from FEIlXAXI>IX.\ on the Atlantic A SPECIALTY.DOOltS : few l'OIH'l'l1trntl'lto1ttll'nH'nts in the South climate is and
towns or of : our : delightful saloon, and, if you are 1 able to stretch your
to CKDAIl: KEY, on the Oulf coast, white too 01'a different healthy. When this railroad !'hl1llllll\'('
) ::: AXD WINDOW)) FHAMES:: people-people very fancy\ t thus far, you will nevertheless: fall to
thus affording to the producer cheap'un I OF ALL :: character from the mass: of uneducated ]li. been completed, there will lie a rush of Immigrants form any Idea of( the scene presented InM.!

stunt and rapid transportation: to the best Post Olllee IJox I 171. ney-woods I l people I -what hope have we of : from the nl'th\\'l'-ot-Pc'r t olli who night in the house of the Rue Drouot, built

markets.: I _jan I \ seeing any great I improvements in this: generation desire to engage market-gardening and in for the printing and publishing of J.t 1 nitre.It .
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The belt of country t traveled I hy tlie'1'ranSit I ".\JII:S Jh'( n'I"'X.: ? 'I'ht'truthiiiIlieatt t of universalindiscriminate : I Ii the (\'lIliolloI'Sl1Inll farms.: was announced a !short time ago that a

It. It. embracesKVEHY : i i enfranchisement I t I the freedmen t. fluids 1'111Itl' bought for what was: the certain Huron Sun Malato, the! most redoubtable
/10XTRACTOR: AXD Bt'l ): :
VARIETY OF SOIL{ : instead: : of uroyitgagreat boon to theta original cost of clearing (them, and our people swordsman of Italy, and who had. ac ,

Alachua :Street 1, I between' Second is more likely to become their ruin. According will give all who come warm Southern quireutioturktyasit fat man about Florence I,
to he found; in the State, a large }proportion to your own showing, things: in yourvicinity Welcome.1 Numbers: will doubtless. come, intended, to exhibit his prowess in I
being peculiarly} adapted"l to the culture of are tending that way pretty rapidly.What andasonrpupulutiouincreases, mliudleI'lin-I Paris The nitro accordingly offered lo
SKMI-TROPICAT.; Fiit'irs and Early; Vegetables: Orders i and estimates from a will the he whet ida will with
; fully attended to. country an overpowering enterintofriendly competition him the hospitality of its house, for the purpose
and The 1st rye, ('oinjmct Jiwllcn nf! Timber majority becomes' destroyers: instead the East: In (the race for wealth and will of giving u private) assault: of arms, to

make these lands worthy of L'AUKFVL, KXAMIXAT1OX Hooks and Sh.Uout'r of producers: ? When the farms: are manfully do her part in disenthralling: ) our width an exceedingly I small number of Invitatioiis

1 hy manufacturers of LVMIIKU: all ruined, the stock all destroyed, the leading beautiful( State forever from political dcgia- : were\ issued: t theso being restricted(

AND NAVAL $Tnln$. IIOHACI,: I) IMW.WholesIc : whites compelled 1 to concentrate for selfprotei dation and the sway of ignorance cued. >'ice. the best: swordsmen of the metropolis) and

,tion against: a lawless band of semi- The colored )people of the South( where the writers! on (he paper.) The )publishingolllco. i
NEW: SETTLERS: :: I ami Retail
savages living in the forests, what 1'0111'will: emancipated: from the sway of political adventurous \ is of \IIII'll'worth a visit, and it is Y

Purchasing, 1 land from this: company are furniched sTATio.\iiev: be !left for 1' \'ilizalion to sustain: itself, but to ami mountebank statesmen, maybe especially! interesting! to American! journalists J I

with entire free jumtnye nil the Transit I)4HIS annihilate the savages: ;? That has been (the of great benefit to the country at large, l : by reason of its being/ utterly unlike any 1
llailroad for family and personal effects And : case: I''l'roll'P out from James river and and I their presence: in our midst: may redound establishment of (hit \kind In (the United .

to the station! nearest: the land purchased.: :,!I\\' ;"T lUv :STIKT.: Plymouth hick, and will be again. It maybe greatly to the advantage' of the race itself.At States.: It consists 01'a large and lofty hall,
TITLE; COMPLETE: :, being derived by lll)1'I a long time hence, but' the time will come all events: the negro, as a laborer, is for rpen) to the roof, surrounded by n gallery

grant from the United States and }purchasefrom : JACKSOXVII.LE.: ( : ) when civilization will revolt against! surren the present a necessity: to many parts of the! i running/ round the first: floor, similar to

the State of }"Iorio 111. 11l'rillgollch a land as Florida to savages, South, ami in the production j'ottolllll'oll that which is lobe seen (In many an English:

who will not improve and develop its wealth. siuh lands as (.Mississippi: river bottoms! 'Olllltr111I11"1'. TIll',1111" adorned. with

CORRESPOXDEXCE: ) : SOLICITED.: I still! think the negroes I'ul'al.ll'lIfhl''OIllill I he is altogether indispensable., The introduction admirably, : (painted frescoes, deputing episodes
)':c'-St'hool Hooks, a S i('(' ; valuable element in civilized society! into "such a country as this: of more of I the plays of Itcauniarchaiso, of

Descriptive: at \1'1-1 and l'IIl'l'f.\JII: mailed onapplication. Fertilizers.. but 1 utterly despair of "seeing any general scientific methods of culture ; of improved which Fii/nro Is the hero, and tin )polychromatic

--- improvement' while they bold a controlling agricultural; implements ami, machineryand: ornamentation is gorgeous in the ex-
CI f A5.:: \\'. LEWIS: 1. \. KOHSOX political power, for; \\liicli education has not more especially of an I intelligent I, energetic treme. Rich panoplies of arms are fixed

Land Commissioner., fitted them. That )power' was given them( and enterprising! white population, lua ', 111111 against the walls: of the anterooms, and on I

Olllee) cor. Itotu-h Ulltl'l'lIth Sts.I I[ ('ommlOtl! lc 1I JIt'r.ill... j too soon, by an age, for their own good. in all likelihood will, entirely supersede Ihlltolll'l the staircases are Ii'IIJoIl'H containing handsome

lIi-t-f .-.---- I zCHARLESTON" I did not mean underrate Southern: !- of labor which Is now tolerated here 11lnnty. The decoration of the! central
people, though in writing hastily: I may from necessity.It : hall is completed hy. pictures of the royal
: :: :S.: C., seem to do so. I fully agree: with you that i is, however, evident to all who will see personages\: who have been' guests of IhestalV'

IMPROVEMENT: : COMPANY. I i themselves: :strictly any rtherptvplereducetl from afllnence topoverty it that thl'liI' rII'l'It' it would avoid tint of (the Itijurn; l the Prince of \\'lIh'lIII'C'III''IIIg'
CONFINING: IIt.-: respectfully !-o;. } would be equally helpless.: : I have greatest: possible evil\ to itself must t keeppace (the place of honor in I the middle. A low I

T signments. known many such cases: at the! North. The/ in lice onward iu.irrb of events and ofcivilisation platformva.s put) down along the. center of
advantage that region has over this is with that with which Its ,
Fernandiiia I - ------ great racy this hall and here Huron di San :Malato
,LEI Ie '1' |m m.I B I f.'f Mt' tn the majority there are industrious: and improving. present: condition has: brought it into( competition. plaid[ himself against: Mcrignac, the llr>tirofessor

Towns, on H. It. Line, -- -- --- i At present then the law-abiding I } Sonic indulge (lie hope that (Ilciypeople : [ of Pails. The. Italian appeared) !

And Cedar lte.v.Olferto control the lawless, and compel the children I living right in the midst of misulLc.mnrrare with a foil of a peculiar description' the
ThN business has been our ' I
for over I t twenty: years: and I we have I to receive education and some degree of lit. which is advanced in the arts of a progressing liundluof which lie held between the! first!

ored, to furnish our )'planting) / (' 1 : liens to exercise the! franchise when they become civilisation, will catch the spirit of 1\11111'1'1'011,1, finger, and he wore boots, which
ARTICLE:, and their continued ': of I1ge.t! this can only be done in Ids white neighbor; will acquire some of ire hero never donned the fencing I'UOIII.
L(-P.ce' $ and Purchasers, a large our best indorsement.: "'I' are }> 1 Florida by. increased immigration; of a better their knowledge.and will imitate them in nit are reserved' for duelling! purposes. Hexhihitcd
fill orders: for all kinds of Fertilisers. ,
lumber of the ;most: eligible and desirable with our Cotton and Corn I''<' sort than some of our imported( \ {politicians their virtues, and enter into friendly com- extraordinary suppleness' : in his
L..t'iouitall PurNjses, forCity ('IIIIII"'I1II.I.\I' Phosphate.: : : it any wonder that I am anxious to !see the petitbunvvitlc l them for the' l'rlwliofifl'/ On/ Movements, and asMintcd" I attitudes wluiehi .
(' for llu-mcss or
| .1. N. 1 ROIJSON A '.'; ) better sort increase: ? the other hand thereare' not wanting those: elli'elivt'though they would. be on the stage.

or Suburban: Residences, -(-;Mi;, -- (._Charleston--: :: That will necouiit for \\lmt I said at Ili'1'nnitIruw I who anticipate a \'('dilferent. tutu more would I 1,0 dangerous:: "upon (the .ground.:"

ax-need! 1 that I would gladly aitl'llU to.tet to the facility with which, the. ignoranee the foot and the. defiant cries of
, I'POX EASY: TERMS.: : ................................................., ... stamping
some people! of t this sort upon\ ; your rich of the negro is imposed upon{ and hisircjudices he Italian, with the calm, quiet, nnavum-.
_'! 1..I.U..lzl.n; : "" \ i !lands.Hoping. uroll"l l. W(, are reminded 1 of lug bearing of his t French ulltll OIlI..t. Hut it
Liberal Discount Values allowed to
on ....:.................................................. for; a further acquaintance, 111111, hat law of natureeverywhere visible when soon became evident In whoso hauls the
parties engaged in manufacturing or industrial Respectfully,etc.. litlerent races are brought into contact with IIHI Il'ry would l rt'llIlIill.lilt I after u bout

enterpriso, who will erect on the property I I4; THE: nixrflMIIXG :SuuY: Ithuixrn5. carp other, that |coplc of different origin; which lasted more than half an hour, MMerignuc

purchased substantial: I improvements: and of different/ physical, moral and mental scored eleven palpable IdU"
for PALL GARDEN'S: :; MOXTICEU.O, 1"\, Jt'I.111, l7.V:
inaliticM are repelled{ from each' other us inevitably tgaiimt one! very doubtful touch of the
for residence in which to conduct their. _L not only a |l"'rf''l.t }plant food, //ua..GI HoIiliiKHit
(?i : bodies and taron di San Malato. One of the
keep all insects at a re>-lIeetl'nl I / as are negatively |>OMtively inot curious
hu..iul";. For) sale III anv quantity, large DKIR) Slit-Yours of thcrfth+ instant, cameo electrified.I They\ that the negro, aspects) of the evening/ was the Intensexcitcmcnt ,
IXl'IIt) ; :\J'S TO MAN U1".1l'fUU-: and country orders delivered/ '' : : hand on yesterday. I thank you for the fur years to come, needs the sustaining: exhibited'( I by (the few spci tutors,

KIW by exemption} for u term! years from Ixiatsor cars. Vegetable GOl'LD(growers.:\ ( kind opinion which pervaded it. I fully {tower and Iniliieiuu of the white rUI'I'llIIt who were almost! IIl1uol"I.t.. in the brilliant
ndorsu what you say as to the terrible evilfeet hat \ and welcoming it would do, service
l.r real
taxation, offered'by the several (1tivan.1 at :'Jin S W. Hay :St.' Jacksonville accepting art. llijurn, u to or
( likely to grow out of the act of universal 110 I I.* endeavoring/ every where to throw off 'reiich journalism if It could insist: on all

town. Apply to G.! .... .\ '".-le: \', : indiscriminate mfranchisfrnent of he' control and neglecting with hat nil and (liU'erenecH Ming settled in its otllee by
OlhYe cor. Beach fc: 7th sts., Fernandina.l be frcedmaii not only to the colored race worn the advice and assistance of those of 11II'IUJOIIf foils Instead 1 of rapier,
l )- tself, but to the country at large. These heir late masters who dcwlrn to be bisrifiids.
.fleet* have thug fir been 1/i'iL"trtJu"uIII/' the IT is u source of keen satisfmtioit! to all :
acquainted with the l'olitkullifo and f
ITuilertukiiiK: endenry in Mill in the same direction and '(Thedeapondcnt uNo tell us that time .\II lu- publicservices .
-- - :!: AXD! IiOARDIX t .\ Senator/ Jones of Florida to sec
it. .11. IIIM: >IHSO\: LI\'I\ I IIcrca"i III{. Saxon race has heretofore, rnthles ly (trumle hut the ('1\11,1| t 11111 raised against him la llm
Ij j I (CAKKIAKKS: AXD W'\o; :: You very forcibly I a-k what will the > n every ohxtactr in it" onward I ('UllillI'lIulorl,1 contest it losing ground, I'"
Tu and from Steamers and ountry K when overpowering.: uiujurilyIcr'un1e march of progress ami enterprise and that md hi. reelection: (to the |xisitioii which hetus it,
with {
graced: energetic Intelligence and
COXTRACT.S: FOR: HAl'LIXS(; : Ill'tJ'tl'l'l'\I instead! of producer ? I this child-nil mu.t surely he crushed U It'!',. ('uII Democratic) spirit U quite safely C'
I FOKHOItSES. t'1.1'': : When the farm* are all ruined.. the stock all I it develops III its new condition qualities of insured.A I. 1

) : ;. UniOn; : HAHXKsS: ut,.troyc l, the 1 leading/ whiten ('wlIlll.lIl..I I totintu'utrutufurst'Ifprutcitionugaiu'tuhand I manly courage, energy and endurance of man of brood, comprehensive views
('.\It'fSXO V. (; : I I which it* I'u"t history has given no token. IIf thorough Ii1Il'rlllit\1I\1111'rll J'lln spirit,
ind Democrat his brain-
an uiitlinebing by "
;tr'fEmJc.JS: : ; -\. of semi-savage; living in the forpt What They,, nay that more physical) developmentiUonly ) power and native talent! Jones utaiids with.
-1 t-Ort'u-e and Stable -Fiat. course will then bo left civilisation/ in ( upjMircnt qualification) N the very Mil the rank* of mere politician, And U t'n
11'harf.OR.tE. I'II"taillItJoC.-Ir but to annihilate the savage*? le-.l.-t of the many qualification necessary to IIUUlIIl'tl..1Ith the few statesmen of .our
i' \I> IICTAKIU.FIFTH nn! ____ ('uUIII ')".- \\\\ultiinjtun\ (upl.d.
You remark that "it may IKa lung time fit it III this axe of extraordinary energy-and i;

ST.. FERXAXDIXA. FLA. : HO.VKS.rilJIIX : fence, but the time will fume when, tivilisaioii scientific t! knowledge to contend equally A Madeira county Texan gathered: l ovcrom- ..
will revolt again surrendering ouch u with u ru.e.... indomitable' tut civilicdand thousand bUlhl'I"tlrl pecan nuts from hi* farm I
BURIAL HOm( :,;. METALLIC ( .\S"*: ;, WOOlXU\ HOOPS. and as Florida to sava;;ea who will not 1m- tut impatient of rt"'fralllt' u* the Caucasian u\IIllKIltl them in Sun .\lItlmll) for $:$.() jtraubcl.
J[ FOR ORAXUK; : : HU net l'ruli&1&" $:t,ton on Ih'r"I',
.Megraphu.' COFFIXS \: attended to. fur sale at niandina by 'io\e and develop it* wt'ulti.) : race'tlf tbU great republic. They jy tin, entire cot of fathering und JQi.lrkl'llul'
.4'-Jm order* promptly tD-U --I'. P. lil> The idea* thrown out t by you furnUh fool that the fate of the dark 1'ItCt.'W. wherever bring just *:i'= >. f

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR' The city council have not, as yet, taken 1 Quarterly Meet lug. Tate "'('(flllcI'. Notice of Final Proof
any action in prohibiting horses and OIl'lF.RTIOXS,
cows The first quarterly meeting for Fcrnan LOCAL January 14th, 11'\\ 1.i.TOTICI' .

.. *.QO A YEAR i $1.00 FOR SIX JIO.VTIlS.Correspondence. taking possession of the sidewalks.The ding station commences today ; preaching 1.RsXtIISo1"J..,\., January: 21, tRS1. is hereby given rthe: following -

8tenm. 'acht Martha will take the at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in. by Rev. Co' P. Fill- 1880. I 1891. JLl named settler! has f filed notice of his
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of the steamer wood Sabbath ___. ... intention to make final proof in support of
place Flora, while the latteris presiding elder. A part of the -
):! his claim and that said proof will lie made,
The MIRROR desires tc reflect the Interests on the ways undergoing repairs morning service will lie the administration I I ,
Day. I I ..: I I ..: before H. J. Baker, Judge Nassau County"
:l I of the whole State and will publish with Mr. S. T. Jenkins! of Atlanta, Oa., propri of the Holy Sacrament. h t.. ...' -t. ... Fla., nt Fcrnandina, Fla., on Monday, Fif>.
communications ----- -- --._---- m'-f ruarv28th 1881 \iz. STKPHEN D.fclllK.
'1 pleasure from the interior. etor of Dixie how and I.tie Then Saturday US; f0 fi0 54 'loudy.ymnday :
There arc valuable spent a 1'ttHiienger t 1fJ fJO era 50 (a) Cloud '. LAN'D, Homestead No. 2, for the W. 1 nfN.
many experiments being few days in our city the past: week. 31onday Ii liO) (liO 51:1: iH H.aill. K. 1 and W J of S. B. 1 Sec. 4, T. 2, Nt of
Per U'cx/cru New
Trios from
carried on, the results of which would be of steamship\
Vessels arc arriving seeking sailing TuestalR 52 r.s 54 !H! Rain It. 23 I:.
great vllue'to others, and information of the under cargoes, York, January In! : Miss: N Titus, E L Titus'!, Wednesday 11! 48 OS )0) 5(1 Fo g\'. lie names the following witnesses to Prove
growth and progress of the newly settled foreign Hags. They want cargoesfor Mr and Mrs Dickman, (' R Williams, Mr nndMrs Thursday 20 rJO 70 52 cm ('louty.\ his continuous residence upon) and cu :

portion' are matters of general Interest. West Indies or Windward Islands. fIt English: A F I.'rcllove.1I'Is E: English, Friday1 i _,: -:0: =_ 1. : r.l 70-52_ fit._ Fair. :. tion Callahan of, said: Wiam, viz.: K.John Crews W., Crews of Cali, tf
costs $1,000 to be a member of the Produce i E E; Monson, Mrs[ E A Buchanan, Tunig : ; .
of Callahan
ban, Fla.; Lewis W. Hlpginbotham, '_
Local Reflections Exchange of New York. Where are (Cook' Mi j"s Amelia Buchanan, Walter English : MAlllXK. Fla.; and Joshua Crews, of Callahan) ,

the members of our Produce Exchange: ? Mrs E H Dun-ant, R I Pierce, Miss[ E Fla.

Fifteen vessels now in port. The Fernandina. & Jacksonville Railroad Durrant, F E Bumpus, MNs\ J.' Gainer, M MColleigh Port of Fernandlna.HKiH U-'jt; I,. A. BAUNKS, Register.
In is .being pushed forward with all dis- II Ratz W FSpincr, GiovaniCompisl WATER. ------- --- -- '-
Nothing new police circles. possible! lIahlrl1.Jan.. 22..... 0:10: A. si. 0:30: p. si.ENTERED. DI"olutioll of ( urCn'r"h1It.rI'ulJ .
Numberless dogs roam our streets. patch. There are about 300 hands hard at H C Stack Antonio Migno, G W Russell Sunday, 2:1.: .... 1:Oi" :32: partnership heretofore existing mi-

We are enjoying lovely sunshine work. ) Mr and Mrs (J Fail-no, K J Smith, U OI\11ay, It 24...... 2:01: II 2:32: II the firm name of 11. WAAS A: :SON:;

t Cold, colder, coldest, arc the reports.No Purser! Adams: of the steamer Florida is Scgali, E lamer W Cook, P McDonell, T D Tuesday .. .2;,"..... 3:08: II 3:3: II i is this day dissolved.B. .
II .'.0-. II
II .
1Verleshay} : ..;........ 4:10: ( ... ) F. WAAS will continue the business
meeting of the council this week. very attentive to his passengers, and is daily Kelly Jas McQuillan, Mr[ and Mrs[ Schmuhl, Thursday, 2;...... 5:24": 5:53: II the same as before, and will do his best to

1 1 Purser Witt has our thanks for favors. showered with thanks from an appreciative Thos Malony, B T Owen, J A Brown ins Friday, .y,..... O:2'J: II O.li8 II merit a continuance of the patronage of a

; lion. 1>. L. Yulco arrived Monday last public. Gordon; Paul IjimNon: W E Clark, J II liberal public.
11. WAAS SON.;
Gallagher. .
Oystermen arc freezing on the Chesapeake.Our The steamship Cdtic made. tile'o'nge from Fla. 1 1881. 8-2t
i -- -- --- Fernuiulina, January ,
Jan. 15-Sell. Etta 51. Barter, Willey, New
wharves ...
present a lively appearance. New York \ --- ---
to Liverpool and return in twen- Our Public School York. --------

I The fogs early in the week detained steam ty-one days.' A feat never before accomplished. To the Editor nf the Mirror: Jan. 15-Brig (Br.) H. B. Jones: Jerroir, TRY THE;

If ers. The perpetuity of good government, the Buenos Jail. 10 Ayers.; :'H. S. City of Austin' Stevens, New NEW YORK OBSERVER,
Have we a police department? What are It is reported that the Inland Steamboat well-being and happiness! of the human race, York.

tliey. about? Company will run a daily line between Fer- dpcl1l1'ery largely on the education of the Jan. 10-:S.: Western Texas, lilacs, New THIS[: YEAH.

Electric: lighting has been successfully tried nandina. and Savannah, commencing on the masses of the people. That public schools: York .
Jan 20-"S P St Johns. Vogel, Charleston.Jan. .
in New York. 1st proximo. arc the best! means: for effecting this object,
21-Sch. Jesse Hoyt, (Br.) Nutter, 1AMILI'p.I
I has been fully by the results obtained Barbadoes.. .
If do not wish to do proven
The commissioners have not mtI you a man a thing,
Jan 21 Rcna Fr. llosit St. Helena.ri.EREi \i'FJ ix Till WOULD.J"J .
where experiment has been fairly -Brig ( ) :
I in several weeks. better get him to talk about it ; for the marc
tried. The people of Germany and Switzerland >.
men talk, the more likely are they to do k ,
t There are some very genteellooking nothing else. are, perhaps, more generally educated Jan. 10- ;. S. City: of Austin, Stevens, $- Send for Sample Copy-Fre<.'&

J tramps in our city. than the people of other nation. Their Nassau.
An order at one of the hotels : With the any Jan. 10-Sch. K. II. Hurriman, lIIilh,1'c\\' NEW YORK OBSERVER: ,
Captain Hines, of the Wettcrn Texas, carries public schools: arc among the best In the York.
beefsteak and onions, please bring me some l-3t: 37 Park Row, New York.
his hand in n sling. world. In our own land, where public Jan. 19-.\. 1' Nowell, Lank, New York. -- .- -

General Grant has accepted. the presidencyof : of falling those fried autumn potatoes leaves., as" brown and crispas /schools: have been properly maintained, we Pensacola.Jan.Jan. :'O-Brig. H. B. Jones, (Br.) (icrroir, -- -+...........................-!-

the World's Fair. find the rising generation intelligent, industrious 20-Brig George I':. Dale Pierce, San -- i OICACIS.JLCTCONSIONMENTS i-
''The steamer Florida, of the Sea Island and preparing themselves to becomeprogressive Ferando. -.4.: ...........................-!:-
Gustave Leve, the Tourlsft Friend, has returned -
Route, arrived on Sunday with over one and useful citizens.: is rour.

to New York. hundred passengers. Fifty odd left by the The commonwealth of Florida, foreseeingthe Bark Martha P. Tucker.

Sow good services; sweet remembrances 10:30: train for Jacksonville benefits to be derived from the educationof Bark E. M. Stanwood. : ( : : : IICITm..I',

'will grow from them. Hon. P. P. Bishop is in town.. lie reports the people, has established a. system of Bark Bark Kongsverre.Kcmi. .

lion. James M. Baker, of Jacksonville, that in about three weeks he will have: common schools, not as: a charitable institu- Brig Ptirnell (Ur.)

was in town Thursday. t shipped his orange crop. The oranges he is tion, but for the education of her people. It Brig\rml. E. L. PALMER & CO.,

Some tramps, in our place, are now begging now shipping are very sweet. remains for the people to fosterand buildup Brig Kildonan.BrigAiiRelia.. ,

with traveling bags. Major John Parsons, of the firm of Parsons the: schools in their several localities. To Schooner Kit Carson. -i............................................................+

The Stato Fair commences on Tuesday, & Hale, Cedar Key, has been spendinga do this will require more than building Schooner Tillie Vandahes.-cr. : :

thc2otli Jacksonville. fcw days at the E mmnt. He reports busi- "chool-houses and employing teachers. The Schoonerhas.. F liver. i-1.11'holesule! Fruit Deulcrs,+-!: \
p Smitli.)
Schooner C. B. .
must take active\ interest in their
unusually brisk the Gulf coast. people :an
Some of our aldermen would like to have ness on schools that their children attend them Schooner Etta M. Barter. ..4............. ..............................................4.-
Schooner Klhvood 1)oran.Sideboard .
meeting of the council.Mr. In New York money is very easy, cottonis
encourage/ their children at home, visit and
higher, flour steady, wheat lower, corn
S. J. Temple is enthusiastic over the encourage them at school.In for Sale. BALTIMORE, Ml J)).
easier, pork and lard firmer, spirits of tur-
: prospects of lime burning. pertine[ and rosin quiet, coffee ant( sugar our city schools we have good and efll- .\ marble-top Sideboard:: for sale cheap for

Ladies who go to church to show ofT their linn. cient teachers. Mr. DeBurn, our principal, (cusp Apply' at this (}f1iCl'.

t sacqucs are sncqite religious. i is able, energetic, has had much experience, RKFERF.XCI1S. :' :IRev.
Hogs arc now running at large and com Lake .
Box cars for the Fcrnandiim & Jacksonville and will do his part well. Orange Oranges.Persons O.) I'. Thackara, Fcriiandina, Fla.
in the farms
Railroad arriving. mitting depredations vegetable Let parents do their part toward our schools : wishing to buy large or small loU 31r.1'n'derick A. Fleming, Hibernia, Fla.
are around town. Parties owning swine are requested fruit I leave orders at the
of.this superior can
und they will not find it necessary! to send Mr. C. M. .. Augustine, Fla.
"All the reasonings of men arc not worth to them and save loss! and Ito & Co. south
keep up, their children away from home to secure a plH'kinlhouse of Bishop, .t (\'l-2m: )

one sentiment of woman's." trouble.As thorough, practical educational training. of the railroad oillee. Prompt attention and .

'' A good woman is the loveliest flower there are none so weak that we may X. l'1Irefull'acking will attend all orders. ii. j. BAl(EII & .

under heaven." them with GEO.: BriixsiUK.
that blossoms venture to injure impunity, so -- -

.?: Is it the duty of city officials to attend regular there arc none so low that they may not be TllK: (;UtL11ULE1l1'ROM IHJ \irS\ tf.l.sT.( Brick, -- -----

meetings of the council? able at some time to repay an obligation. Lime, 215: PEARL: STREET: : I'YO: UK,
Therefore what benevolence would dictate, Found/ on the Piano nt the dirleton Ifotue, Cement,
the council should
The members of city Jackmnvllle.
prudence will confirm. Piaster.
now and then meet to have a chut. Hair,

Please note changes made in the schedule Owing to the heavy fog of Wednesday, the I've suffered long, yet have not been complaining AT SVX'IIORN *: HOYT'S.Sv.MfEL Manufacturers( of

steamer Florida, of the Sea Inland: Route,
t of the Inland Steamboat Company. : ( t
did not arrive until six: o'clock 1'. in. A For I would patient be; H. IRWIN, of Ute Creek, Colfax -r-CHE MIC.tIi M'lai'1'Ih1IIIti.-+-
Major Chas. H. Smith, the veritable 11111i special train was in readiness to convey thepusscngel'8 But, now, alas! This everlasting rainingIs f (::01lI1t\', ew Mexico, says : The "Only Lung
at the Kgmont yesterday l'ad"S. done more for wife than all
Arp, stopped for the St. Johns river, to Jacksonville all too much for me.
: the gallons of cod liver oil, French or American -
Sportsmen have not reported any unusual ,leaving here at 8 o'clock p. in. she has taken or all the doctors' medicines -

large day's work during the past week., The double-headed woman arrived by the Through many weary days have I been waiting she has used.-'te.lde.

The Florida Fruit Growers' Association steamer Floridtt on Wednesday. It being -- -- --- --- s -l-ir'on\xa: I>>
To see the blessed! Sun ; l'ostOJlcc Notice, ): : t
meets in Jacksonville on next Tuesday. hinted around that this curious freak of nature -
take the train for Jacksonville And still it rains-the storm I is not abating Office Hours-From 8:00: A. )(. to 0:00: 1'. si.foney TRLLy11.tUItEt .
J would morning
Baxter and Admiral Taylor were 1
General I will complain for one.I > Orders and Registered Letters from
passengers on the steamer Florida Wednes quite a crowd of persons of various: 1:00: r. si.: and from 2:00: r. si. ;
t sizes and colors, congregated on Centre street do not know-perhaps there is a reason, to 3:30 r. si. Sundays from 10:30 to 11:30: .\. r
u t I" day. dock, and exercised their optics to their fullest Inscrutable to me; :M. and 3:30: to 4:30:: I'. si.ARRIVAL : '
i Warren F. Scott Is attending the meeting
extent, wlfcn she walked from the I cannot perchance it may bo treason AND HEPVRTVKE OF THE MAILS
of,the Grand Lodge of Masons at Jackson- say Northern Mail-Arrives: daily ut 10:30:: .\.'si.Closes A Most[ Superior Article, under our own
steamer to the train. Every one thoughtshe To question! what must be. "
: p. si.
ville. was the greatest curiosity of the age. Southern Mail-Arrives 3:30 r. )(. Special Formula.COMPLETE .
Am 1 to ]blame because I give expression
The saw-mills in Florida" are working day Closes 10:00: ,
1.r and night. Business was never so brisk with "'e desire to call the attention of the city To what each face betrays? Mary's and Tinder t fill .1/llil- .

council, the street committee, or the sanitary Am 1 to blame for writing thy confession! ? Arrives Tuesdays' and Fridays at2:30r.:: M.Closes -
t board, to u heretofore unexplored region I hate these: foggy: days! Mondays and Thursdays at 8.00: A. si.Ut. .
Business men in New York appear to be on the south side of the city. It is situatedon Mar opposed t. the consolidated telegraph move Hotel Arrivals. Arrives Mondays and Thursdays at 8.00 .\. si.
the limits. -During
Seventh street, near city "
Tuesdays: and Fridays at 2'JO:: p. :si. \-
ment. the rainy se.son'uteri is from six inchesto Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 11:00 S : A. si. '
The weather during the past week has a foot deep. Can nothing be done to appease MANSION IIOl R.CECrosley Close TuesdaysVedncsdays, FOR )':\'ERYItM: CROP, ,

been very changeable. Sunshine, rainy nnd or conciliate\ those! who have left untouched New York ; II S Ely, Jack Fridays and Saturdays at ::30 1', M.SML. .

foggy.i I since the first of last year, a nuisance nah sonville; M; M Samuel Caldner.S (W m'kenleimcr'an A Robinson, Imisville -- T. ItiiuiEj. P. M.XV Prepared scientific principles to siipj'l.v

i arc growing nicely that remains under our windows? Perhaps C Hubbard Philadelphia Captain I.' '
The early vegetables ; ; the exact plant; food for each crop, so us
'and growers are encouraged to look for g004.1 some one may be coaxed into doing Avery, :St: Marys; G W Ihirvant, Wecds-. w
( port, N'Y ; I) J Batchelder, Mrs 1) J Batch- -- -- --- -- to produce large yields per acre.
{ crops. their duty. l'Ider.IiS14 Batchelder. Lyons, Iowa; DPMverson NOTICE.LL .

The steam riant arrives in good season, The steamship City of .amt.+liu. Captain Stevens Savannah ; Rally Smith. Florida ; \ 1'KUSONS= : indohtcd to the; firm of

with large passenger lists for the Cumberland arrived here Sunday, January 10, at It HWMaynard 3I Burroughs,, (Tallahassee meV Austin; J, M French Colvilie\ ,, It_ STREET Y \ BROTH I Ell are (earnestly .iu o UEU.FRS ix

j ,: Route noon, and being detained by fog on Sundayeve New York ; Rev O R Butler, Geo .M Butler, requested and to make(iiino forward start and with settle the immediately
a new
Improvements are being made by many of did not sail until Monday morning ut !Northampton Mass. ; J Buzzell 1-' Held- ('ar. new PRIME AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS( -

the sidewalks of their resiliences. 7 o'clock Her passenger list from New York rith, W 11 W 'ght, Massachusetts; Captain 0 STREETY .(: BROTHER.
citizens on '
J Small, wife und three children New \: ork ; .
und three -- -
was as follows; Mrs J. Small Rufus Goldsmith, Chicago; James Arm.ttrong. FOR N.\I.E.! SULPHATE .nnlO l.\.
r has received his commisour children, 10:. M. Brown and wife, J. H Dem- Duluth. Iowa; James McIntosh,

J. A. Edwards of Nassau orest and wife, G. II. Dennis, A. E. Fagg, A. Geo 11 White, Philadelphia; I) P Gardner 4 DESIRABLE; HOUSE CONTAINING
court ACID
clerk of the Pittsburgh Orville Young I) ,
son and
as son, ;
Olmstead, Louis )English John Park, Cleveland Ohio W H Richardson 2\. five rooms, with Closets front Piazza,
county. Peters G. Minkey, ].'. B. Upton, Young, 311V;Stone Charleston large Yard, Orange! Lemon and Banana
t vessel in George Detroit, Michigan ; ; Trees, located. ( MURIATE: OF POTASH
thousand Centrally GIMX
is two hundred etc. ,
There a Peter I.ouisV.. O. Mills. J'utsfnyer List to Cuptahl'la\' Williams, Brunswick ; DrJB
For further
J i ti rt port waiting: a cargo for the Windward Xassau; G, A. Aird and wife, Louis Merriam, Lctlingwell, Mrs Lefflngwell, Chas II Lef- oflice. particulars, inquire at 4.jf this

,jt Islands. wife and maid. W. Hassard it wife, D. T. fin B PadJelford wt'II, wife,Mrs child Barnard and servant and son., Jim St h .___ SULPHATE OF :SODA: ,

%' The automatic air-brakes for the Transit Batchelor and jvife, Miss Batchelor, Miss Louis; Mrs Richard, Miss j E L Domliimki.Jacksonville Notice of Final (Iroor.L. SODASUPERPHOSPHATE .

Railroad arrived by steamer HVrfwii Texas Rolf, Mrs. Hall, I". H, Taylor and wife, J. W ; F Burford, Bnmson ; CW .\ D O.'FlCET Gus:nLu, FLA., NITRATE OF
W. Culver N. It. How. eonard, Boston ; W I1ool on.'Florida ; J C January 5th, 1881.
week. J. H. Taylor, ,
I thin Brown, Harrison, Savannah ; W 11 May and wife, TOmh is hereby given that thfollow. LIME,
,,'e call attention to the advertUement of lett, S. Miuiroe, J. Henry, S. G. Moser. Indianapolis ; E: G Fords and wife Water- J-l Ing named settler has riled notice of Ins

Line, between Cedar Key and ._ town, N Yj; Chas l.\ Fairchild, Cedar Key ; intention to make final proof in support of .
the Morgan List of Letters Benne Kayton, New York ; Maj T J Burrin, his claim, und that said proof will & made SULPHATE MAGNliJlA.Strictly
New Orleans. 1VrnaiulinaNassau Lawtey ; John B Hopkins. Tallahassee; before J. A. Edwards, Clerk Circuit Court, at
The ditches that were cut during the rainy Remaining in the IVtet-Offlceat Judge G 11 Tanner, B IIern de...lierj:. .Atlanta; 1-ernandina, Fla.. on \r''IIII'SIlaFt'lJruan'
f being filled up, under direction county, Fla., January 20, 18.SI. Per- (h') 11 Adam. :Savannah ; W H Moore. Canada *il1Vr! : J.un-: I.. LO ('.'Homestead Pure Ground Hone.
1 j _person are now eons calling for these letters u t bay all n'rtis't ; Jim Walker, Georgia; J C Mevers, putu.1 of Section, in Town.
!# of the mayor. Svhenectady. NY ; Geo B Hull New York ; hip 2, North of Range: :IN 1:. lie name the
K A /**n4 of the Cumberland d J S UI'1lS, Jacksonville. ; Dr S Hitch. Georgia ; following witnesses to prove his continuous Our (circulars jive full particulars, and *."
The steamer quite a nber Aninard. Peter Douce, Bli4e\ Rev D A $Schritzer iKs Perry, Wisconsin ; i residence upon, and cultivation of. said land( mailed free to all will) \dit-ants." They conta"1
Route, has been bringing Dillard. Bil HoUendorl, Hinj? Maj S F Wunvn. Maixm ; J H Walker, Atlanta I viz.: Alfred Baker of Fernatulina. Fla: information: that lie of service to tl>**

,Of passengers this week. Howard, M U S Hoeli. J R ; M C Sherman Savannah ; Captain .ul\ut'11', of 1'eruun hjna,1'la.: : J"IIIH.;. :, buying I using" Fertilizers. 3-.JIU
set i". The railroad Jenkins. Sarah King Jim W 0 SiKvr and wifV. Macon ; Mrs[ 11 P Low, of Ftrnandina. Fla.; and Win. Wilson ----
Travel has fairly or trans- (':\rol, Charley William, Chas A Hammett, MUsF 1: llaiiuiu-tt, Greenville, S of rernandina. Fla. S UBSCRIBE= : TO THE MIRROR. $:: rEf:

tn.ii111..Jitearn\oatll, amI'all lines. S.\ L. T KlPl'tLL.'. 31. C; lion 1' 1' ltishop! "'(oricl... $"-\t L. A. BARNES, Itegiter.i annum ; rl fur six months.

arc CJ'QWdOll daily. .
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