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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
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A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
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Tim l'IAHCllJ.1 LVCUSLATVHK. WEDNESDAY, January IP. FIUDAY, January '.'1. Hy Mr. i'erry--Assembly! bill :No. Id I : To and) taxation be" and. arc hereby, instructed )
The following memorials and bills wereintroduced The following joint resolution and 1 bills preventing the; !selling/ hiring) bartering, to report hhil or otherwise, prescribing!
TIIEVORK noIIi: ot'1t SENATORS AND REPKKSEXTAT1VKS I I : were introduced : lending or giving; of I'm re'arnts or other dangerous I the IIHllllwr'lllllllholl in tax col
Uy 11 I r. leKlnl1c-\ memorial to Congress lly 11 Ir. II'Kinnl'--l'lIlh':: bill :No. 52: To weapons to' minors: under eighteen h'\or nlil : to wlllh till. shall !*
AT TA1X MKSSKE.The I Ita'l''C .tull
: : : for an appropriation t forthesuncy and fix time rights :and liabifitics of married years: or to persons of IIII"oIlIHllllind.! lit money 11.111 treasury. Agreed to.
estimate of cost! tor the cleaning out and women. Referred: to judiciary committee. \fly Mr. ( !reen-Assembly bill No. 17 : To The following MIN were introduced :
1'roceeiltnys of the Senate.MOXIUY rendering navigable I the (Chipola river from .1le1Su'natebill: No. 53: : Relating to I the intermarriage levy: \ tax on meat cattle, i-hl'I'PIIIIII swine Hy Mr. Miller--Assembly bill ho. 01 : For
1 [ : January 17. the bridge at )Marianna in Jackson county, of white person with persons of not+ t the propcrtv of non-residents.! 111'n'ld ,l I R. Howren. '
The following t.i1I'l're introduced : to the mouth of said Chipola\ river, where it color. Referred to the j judiciary:. committee.lly Hy Mr. ludll'I'I\-.b"I'llIhl\! bill :No. .I'to : ( !< :No. ('hi : To t
Uy Mr. Mallory[ -:Senate; hill :\0.3.i : To empties into the .\l'alal'llll'olal''l'r. 1I[llartl--:4I'llIto: !bill :No. 51 : To amend I sin act to incorporate the Protestant regulate 'ooll'r-\ I'l'lhihil! .
amend section two of an act entitled an lid lly Mr. Niblack-Senate:: hill No 41 : For provide\ for the redemption! of lands sold for KpNcopat: \ (Church thcdiores-e of Florida fly Mr.[ Rmihinson-.1s5emitbly : (; :
for the protection of ports, harbors, baY !\I1l1 the relief of Walter ltt; ynn, trl'u""I'l'rI1l1 taxes ; referred to the judiciary committee.A apl'l'n\'l'cll'\'hrnary I 18, I IN: $. Regulating tht catching and hi0.hugs 1:1
rivers of this State and to repeal ChapterWOO others Referred: to the committee on linanee '- No :Senate bill :No. ;.'u : To allow an ex 'I'ht'spcakerumIIpoilltedllesst's.llcliinnou! I [ running at large.
of the Laws: of Florida Referred to and taxation.lly erutoror administrator: to resign! ; referred iyey, McCrsiy, Marquis\ and Consult, u special Hy Mr. Moore-.Isseemllyblll :Xo. 07 : For
the committee! on commerce and navigation 11 Ir. Mc[ (d'll'III1\-:4l'nall': bill No. 45 : To to jllllidutl'ollllllitlec, AI.Senate:: bill committee of live to revise the road the relief i John \11: ,itIr.t and. i.. Harri
lly Mr.[ Ih1llcan-8l'11Itc hill :No. :30; : To ant imorize limited partnership; ;;. Referred: to No. oil ; 1'ortime; rl'liefof 1..1.1'fummtJudge: Imtvsut the State.
punish the breaking and entering buildings the judiciary committee.lly / of Third Judicial. Circuit; referred! to t the The following hill and memorials, were son.lly Mr.[ R'ytiidds-Assembly: bill :No. OS; ;
in the day time, or entering in the nighttime ; 11"Ih1l1elnCl1atl' bill :No. 1(5( : To judiciary committee. Also Senate bill :No. passed : I In relation to the assessment! and collection
without breaking, with intent to commit incorpuratetheSuuth; Florida' lailwu"l'oll1'I'all : 57 : For the relief of John MeD.mgald, ; referred Memorial,I to Congress to remove obstructions of revenue. .
a misdemeanor. Referred to the judiciary v. IJeferred to I the committee IIi I railroads to the judiciary committee. from Wacasassaand Wekiva rivers. .\ :No. 40 : To give concurrent
l'ollllllittee.Iom, Senate bill No. :37 : and telegrapps.lly lly Mr.[ :Niblack Senate !bill No. 58 3 : TnIIIl1l:1I11 Memorial to (Congress) : asking an appropriation ,ilri ."ll1bl.hi the courts of Walton and 1
To enable married women to dispose their 11 Ir. Sharpe-:Senate bill :No. 17 : To : section 1 of an act entitled sin act in for the improvement of the Withla- Washington counties over the waters of time
separate property 11la: 1 ment. Referred to time judiciary committee.lly an act to protect the 1 food i l fishes ,this March( 7,1 1X77.+ Laid on the table.lly hill :No. I 12: : An act to regulate bill N i'. :30 : fo. the better protection f
Mr. ltflbinson-:4cnato: bill No. 38 : For :State, and to regulate fisheries, approved Ihlll'HlIcnatl'[ bill, \o. 5 11'! : Anthofiing the bringing of suits by, married \\1 IIl1cn, of animals running at large Was
the regulation of the sale, drinking and use March 11. 1870.! Referred to committee the Hoard of [Internal Improvement indefinitely postponed.
of spirituous liquor, wine, cider, or other on fisheries.lly to enter into contract with M. llrown, Trrsnvv. January: I H.
drink containing alcohol, beverage. Referred 11 Ir. Duncan-:Senate: bill :No. IS I : To Frank Mcllvaineand William Mellvaine, The following memorials and hills were FRUUY, ,Jnllluv 22. shills
to the joint committee temperance protect ollicers in the execution of legal pro for the opening' upend making permanently introduced I and referred : introduced :

Uy Mr. l'I\\\--ellate: bill :No. 30!; : To cess. Referred to the judiciary committee.Mr. navigable the waters of the Withlacooche fly 11 Ir. )1II"Plic-\ memorial' to ('ungressasking / Hy )1 r. Il' 'III.s-\+ l'lbl bill :No. 00) :
ndm'tt Solon D.Turnian and Harry L. Branch [ Delano attired t the following resolution river. Referred to the committee on public :an appropriation! for the improvement To Il1l'IHlnl ( a Blrl'nl of I
to practice law in the several courts of this which! was adopted\ : lands.\ of l manirfutgchftyuu( in ll' 1lllnigrnlol for the :State: of Florida and to :
1 State. Referred to the jUllil' committee.. \\'mmIh': request t. of the citizens: of lly )[1'. Lykcs-:Senate Mil No. The following bills! were passed : Florida: Professor llaird, President of the umlt'ndse'ctionscvru of an net entitled an for "an appropriation\ for clearing out and \Referred[ to committee( on inimkration.
Senate bill :No. :25 : An act in relation to United States Fish (Commission' has contributed act amend the 2nd, 20th.351h.: :30th, 5sth08th making more' navigable the Chattahooehceriver. lly }[r, :Si: eer-As.semhly bill No.. 70 : For
the punishment of crimes and misdemeanors. :! certain fish, known us the carp, to I be I sections an act relating to \proceedings the rl'llf ot(John F. Sadler. Referred to the
distributed in the lakes and other waters in before justices' courts, approved February lly Mr. Moore[ -Assembly bill :No. W I! ; To committee on ('Inils.
Senate memorial No. (0 : Relating to the this State ; thl'l'loforl"II'\ itliftolcnl 27, 1875. Referred to the judiciary com uutfiori/.c. 1 I. and I D. N.'Cone to establish:< Hy )[r. Cllk-\ l'lhh' bill No. 71 : To
introduction of certain lish: into the watersof an follou't, : First, That the thanksof mutt t h'l' and maintain atoll bridge; across the :Suwa- 1\1 11 Sl'd ill of un approved} February
this State. the people of this State he tendered to fly Mr.[ Wlllkcr-Sl'nntc bill :No. Ill : Relating neo river.lly 27, 1872, entitled an act allowing, the votersof
:\11'. :Sharpe obtained leave to present u Professor! Baird, ol the Smithsonian Institute i- to the sale ofcl'rtlllllllril'lIltlltlll;( products Mr.[ Fildes-Assembly bill No. 50 : To the l'\'l'rl counties in this State to locate
memorial to Congress asking for an appropriation Washington, I). C., for his prompt and in this: :State.: Referred to committee define boundary. line between [.l'onllllli their respective (county sites Referred to ju-
for a canal between Indian and generous response to the wants of our citi on agriculture Also Senate hill :No. (02 : Relating Jefferson! counties.lly I diciary committee.lly .
Mosquito rivers. Referred to committee on Zeus Second That the secretary of state he :: to landlord's lien for what and I upon Mr.[ l hl'rly-\'sl'lIIhly! bill :No.5l : 11[r. :\ No. 72 : I
commerce navigation. requested to send copy af these resolutionsto what it exists. Referred to the judiciarycommittee. To incorporate the Orange Ridge, Deljind (t 1"or'tll' 'l'WSolAsslmhibi. :'
The President announced the following Professor Baird Also, :Senate bill :\o.IJ(;; :Authorizing Atlantic Railroad: : Company.Hv Hart. Referred ]the committee. Ilc11nr\.
joint committee on constitutional amendments The following memorials and bills were the Hoard of Commissioners of :State: Mr. Hryan of 1 /ill: : Messrs.\ Mallory, peer, Walker and passed! : Institutions to employ additional medical I bly liill, :No. 52: : To prevent wanton injury To amend l'l'tiol 7 of Chapter ap:
Cole. A memorial to Congress/ for an appropriation \ assistance! at the :State: Asylum for indigent animals and to rl'll'IIIl'IHlpll'r} + IS Ill, entitled proved February 10, 1877, an'Oll act to
In executive session the following confirmations for the survey and estimate of the cost: lunatics.: Referred to the coiiiinitec on State t 1111 act for I the better! \protection of animals amend :Sections: 2!), :'W, 58 hllJ; of an act
were made : of cleaning out and rendering navigable the I institutions.lly i t running at large," approved\ .January regulating proceedings before' jmist iI irt's of the ;
James. Barco, to be clerk of the circuit Chipola) river, from the bridge at Marianna( Mr. McKinne--Senate bill :No. 01 : To :27, 1 71. peace.. Referred to the ,judiciury ('. 1
court for Levy county ; R. M. Withcrspoon, in Jackson county, to the mouth of said prescribe the mode of foreclosing mortgages lay Mr.[ Welch-Assembly, ; bill Xo. 53: : For Hy Mr. Bryan, of l'olk-A!< l'lllilll'l'lhihill '
to be county judge for Madison county ; J. Chipola river, where it empties into the Apiihichicola and enforcing liens, securing/ debts or demands the! better protection of cattle and! oilier No. 71 : 'l regulate: boundary hue between
K. Yonge, to be ttthjutant-gcnfrat of the State river.A of :SUK;: ) and under. I Referred to the I'tol'k.1,0, Assembly bill No. 51 : To prohibit folk and Hcrnando (' t Il' Referred to i
011 !
of Florida. memorial to Congress asking for the extension j judiciary committee.Mr. certain judicial and executive! ollicers committee/ on city nlHll'olltr Or .
of the mail route from Cedar Key, InLeT ( Cone oll'ered joint resolution asking from demanding: and receiving' payment of By 11[r. \y hill lIll1ntinl No. 75 :
county, to :New Trov, in Lafayette the (Congress' of the United Htall to establish CII"tsII ('l'I'tnllll'a"I' To impose Zilpl'rl'r-AM"l'lh\ Referred toe'umummlttee
TUESDAY, January 18. l'IIIIIIIto Kllaville, in Madison county, si mail route \ldoinAlacmuacmiunty, The following and join! resolution! tyu'pusssl on finance, Oi and taxation. '
:\11'. Chandler presented the petition and Florida above New Lake Butler in llradford which ,
Troy county ; : Hv Mr.[ (let/en-Assembly bill Xo. 70 : To
papers in the case of Alexander vs. Willardof Senate memorial to forum I Joint resolution for .
Congress asking: was passed.; asking Congress an appropriation enable persons whoso lands were sold for
the 10th senatorial district Referred to appropriation for a canal between Indian :Senstc'jointresolutfonrelatlye'! i to rebuilding 1. to+ Niirvoy and open! the :Snwa-: taxes assessed prior to tho year 1877! to 1
the committee on privileges and elections. riverand :Mosquito river. the light-house at East: Pass of Apalachicola nee river from its mouth to.. Kllavillc, Fla. Ill'l'l the Referred to tho committee 1'0
The following bills were introduced : :Senate:; bill Xo. 37 : To he entitled an act bay was passed. Senate bill No. 10 : Fixing the time of : on public lands.Hy nll' 1,
By Mr. MeClcllan Semite bill Xo. 40 : To to enable married women to dispose of their Senate bill No. 51 : To repeal chapter 3.110 holding. the circuit courts in the Third Judicial Mr.I Hy me'Assembly bill No. 77 : To
extend the time for the redemption of lands property by I last will and testament. of the i.atvsoffFlorida, approved March[ 11, Circuit.i extend tho jurisdiction of; justices of the
sold for taxes in this State. Referred to the Senate hill :No. 30! : To admit Solon IJ.Turman 187! was indefinitely "oIlCll. The :Speaker:\ sit 12: o'clock m., announced I pesice. Referred I to the judiciary commit ;
committee on finance and taxation. and Henry I. Branch to practicelaw Assembly bill :\016 : Finn: ,' time time of the election of United States Senator now in tl'('. .
By Dell-Senate\ bill No. 41 : To changethe in the several courts of this State holding the Circuit Court' in the Third Judicial order. Hy Mr.[ Cottrell-Assembly bill :No. 78 :
time for holding the Circuit Courts in the The President announced the following Circuit was! passed. Mr.[ Cottrell/ nominated' Hon. Charles' W. I 'l amend 1, :2005 of tho J
Fifth Judicial Circuit. Referred to the judiciary special committees : Senate bill No. 41 : Changing! the time for Jones, of Ivseambia.Mr. 1.11 of tl'I'tiOI. Chapter '

committee. VonuiuUce oil llouds and Jfiyhwaya-Messrs. holding the Circuit Courts l Iti lly Mr. 1'hompson-Scllute No. 42 : Bryson, McKinne[ and Lee. Circuit, was passed.Senate Lcdwith\ ,, of Diival. bill ubtIIOlltv.. .
For the protection of children. Referred to joint Oummiltee on Tmapcrancc-1lessrs! : bill Xo. 58 : To bo entitled nn act The vote was :
the judiciary committe. Robinson, Judge and Xiblack. to amend section 1 of an act in relation to Furd's II' Junes-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Methotllut
By \iblaek-El'lIate: hill Xo. 43 : To At 11:55: a committee from the Assembly certain State bonds, approved) March 7, 187), Hell, 1I1.\'illllf Hamilton, llevill of Siimter, Church
empower the governor to borrow money for informed the /Senate that Assembly was was! passed.In lIi halll, Bryan of Orange Hryan of J Hillsborough [! A blind preacher, Rev. J. 1'. Duncan, of :
State purposes. Referred the committee ready to receive the :Senate:: in joint sessionfor executive session the following confirmations Hryant of .folk, Itat le'r, llyrne, Georgia, wlprl'llh at 1 a. 1.11 the :30th
on finance and taxation. the purpose of declaring the vote for \ were made: .1. Ira Sore., to be collector (Canovsi, CasonClarkCooperColtrellCraig' lust, on o TIll! First and :Second of I
lly )[Delano.a petition of Reuben Marsh, United States Senator, and the :Senate proceeded of revenue for Ll'OIlIft, John 1-'. : [Dougherty) Fildes, Friar, (Jet/en, truly, coming
of Volusia;! county, requesting the refunding to the Assembly Hall. :Me Donell, to be county judge; for Levy ( ireen Crillln. Hinson, Howren, Ivey, MarquN ( Christ, and results .\7 p. 311. he will
to him of certain money paid by him to the i The President took the chair and] after the county LcwU Appell, to be assessor! of Miller[ Moore, Moriran. )1('('rary, MeKinnon [ Irl'tl'hor Il'dlt on the "Pure-beautiful
!State of Florida for lands belonging to the roll call of both houses the journals were taxes! for Levy county. William C. llrown 11'Ietlfu1,11c1leekin: McMillan! 1111 ," are
i 04 United States Government. Referred to the I read so far as related to the vote for United to be clerk of the ciivtiit court for Hills- Neal, :Newsom, Parker of Taylor, Parker of -\1 IIVltl"1 J" ,
committee on claims. States Senator borough county. Henry [L. Crane, to be Urevurd, Reynolds: :Slaughter: Snow, :Speer: Lint of Lettem
The President announced that the Hon. county ju.loIf!, HilNborough c. umfy. I D. Tippin 1 Tooke, Tolbert l trlll"ll'IUI.'leh! { i
Mr. McKinnon offered the following' : resolution Chas. W. Jones, having received a majority Isaac Craft to be sheriff of Hillthoroughcounty. i :: Whiddcn, Williams\ of Hradford, Williams Hl'ldllllJ in t tie IIISt-OtC'l/ at Jl'rnlllllnl, J <. ,
which was adopted : of all the votes cast in each house in the "'. It. C. Duryee. and II, II. Linvillc of Haker, and %ipperer-T2. Nns'nl I (,. Iuty,1'In., January 27, 1881. Persons
ll&Kihed, That committee of three, composed Senate and the Assembly! on yesterday, was to be commissioners! of pilotage in Xus- /';'or Willinnt .1/. fa'dwith Messrs.[ Angel, calling for these letters must nay wdvert -
of the legal profession of this Senate, duly declared United States Senator from the sail county William H. arland.! to be uss- Hrown, 'arr, Carroll. Coleman I Conant, t I .
be appointed to examine the law pertainingto State of Florida for the term expiring March essor (if taxes Nassau: rounty.'I'.1'!. lluck- (iibbs, Hall l, Jenkins. Lucas, )kCruc( t l'1 ,'
roads and highways in this State, and that 4th, A. 1>. 1887.Mr. man, to be clerk of the circuit court for I))u- (bath, :Naltlel. Pollock, Potter, and \Vilkln- Hurgnlght. Mary Laurence, C J '
they report by amendments or bill such! laws McKinne moved that a committee of val countv. Uriah Bowden, to be hhcrilT of son-17. Culllln., P P Cayman, OcorgoRogers ,
as will compel the keeping in good repair t five be appointed to wait upon Senator Jones Diival eoulty.P.. A. Me( Lean, to be county TIll'Jll'lIker:: announced that the Hon. JalllS, Matty James 10Swectwlne :
the roads and highways in this State. and inform him of his reelection: to the judge for Diival county. J. A. Carlisle, to be Charles' : W. Jones had received a majority of Holland, Mrs: Col' Mirk[
Adopted. United States Senate for {the term ending! clerk of the circuit court Alachua county. allt the votes cast. Jy.mlr', 1'anrile:1)(: ) Taylor, Mrs[ Kuty I
The following bills were passed : March 4th, 1S. 7, and to invite him to address J. C. (bmrdnertobecumltyjudgufor, Alachua I Wilson: IisiriinceHi. .
Assembly bill Xo. 1 : A memorial to make !. the Senate and Assembly in joint county. WKI; XIHD\Y January 1 W.! MI..T. HIJ'yU., P. M. .
the public use of indecent or obscene languagea : session at 7:30:: o'clock this evening, in the The following bills were introduced and -- ,
misdemeanor and to for the Hall which agreed to and referred : ,.
provide punishment Assembly ; was I'l'ocefdlngii of the Assembly. Hut of ('
thereof. the President appointed as said committee : Hy Mr. Snow-Assembly! bill :\11. 55) : For ,mIHltJlet'H.
)1l'Ssrs.IeKillne: :Xiblack McMillan surrender municipsil franchises cities TIl following is the) lust ofconslgness 1
Assembly memorial : A memorial: to Congress Moxmv[ January 11.(1' 11
for the h improvement Dougherty mid llyrne.Mr. unit I towns.lly City f :
appropriation :\( Cooper offered the fullattlug: : .tl'II'I.11 1jIIu
of the Withlucooche river, in the Hrysui of Orange, moved that a committee 1kuJeeri'I'hat the committee on finance Mr. Tildes-AM'cnlbly lilI11.1)4: : To I Ioy) : ( J I: [ h, A Mode, J
State of Florida.Assembly ot five be appointed to inform the repeal: Chapter' :312:!*. being, sin act in relationto : I
and taxation bo instructed. to inquire int> Leak W Keabcr J .t T
governor of the election of :Senator: Jones ; the issue amid service\ criminal process Kl <
memorial : .\ memorial to Cougress which was agreed to, und the President appointed the expediency1(\ of imjwising si stump tax on in certain cases without payment of li'es.Also : H Htiot, Ol'l! Henry (ilossar, Paul Fiinke,
to remove obstructions from the Wucasassaand Messrs.[ of Moore[ andMallory legal! commercial ill lrlll1H'lItlt1l1ch aswills Assembly bill :\11, 51* : For the
... Hryan Orange, deeds tnndsi notes pay Florida I ICu, IgminmitIttcl: M[ W
\"t.'kh'rln'r. mortgages, receipts 11lIil
such committee.Mr. mm'ntuf iustsadjuded against tho State IIf
!Senate bill \ the claimof as bills of \ and I the like and l : W H C M ) 'rk | K: Dotterer
Xo. :281'e! relinquish: Thompson moved that the Joint Assembly lading) ; Florida. by the, :Supreme: (Court. Also, As.Heinbly Duryeo. I III 1 ,
the State of Florida to the lands in the do now adjourn until\ 7:30:: cluck also as to the expediency\ ol requiring; additional bill No. t: To provide for levying H ('nrrk', Mix( Clarke. A Huell, lien White,
former 1'alatka Reservation embraced fees for all proceedings: in civil suits
Military this evening which to and the the ; cciitage rate taxation IIH>H the Sanborii '
locations ; was agreed which additional, per ( Hoyt t. A Il'yld I lieu C: !
in certain entries and warrant in the courts of this State, asserted I valuation of the taxable ofthe f
in the United States Land Oiliee. joint session adjourned. fees shall go ti> the State t tm assist in \payingfor property Htark, ((1 i Stark, J ( Reed, I I (J Proctor, J
In executive ses Senate bill Xo. 13 :To amend chapter 3100 the maintenance of the courts. Agreed l : J'1' : F Wans,' Hon hYulee
was continued'I as treasurer for the !State; of Mr. !Speer-Assembly bill No. :57 : For II'rc"II 0'\11 1 I
of the Laws of Florida, being an act to amend Florida. to.The the relief of indigent sailors and soldiers.lly John Hedges, Transit R.1'ussrnfrr .
an act l'lI tiled an act to prevent excessive At 7:3"" o'clock the lion. Charles "'. Jones Speaker; announced the fullnwitg! : 11 Williams of Hradford, -Assembly -, I.
rates of pilotage; approved February 14, 1874.! delivered able address before the legis joint committee on constitutional amendments I. bill :No. ns< : : To authorize (Irviti Johns toerect
Scuatebill:: :Xo. 32: : Relating to the arrest of lature. on the part of Assembly : a mill-duum across: the Sampwon; river LM .
fugitives;!; from justice from other States. Messrs. Hryan of Orange, Coo' |>cr, Miller, creek, and to buck water on certain Per steamship'ntrrn\\ Fetus (1'01 New
.Senate bill :Xo. 33: ; Relating<: to the crime of 'fUl'I IJi, January :_0. llevill.of Hamilton, .am lit, Dougherty andFildes. und overflowed I lands.: York January: : I DavenjMirt, (n( P
!:lteclI '.
The following bills were introduced : lay Mr. Watson-Assembly bill :No. 01 : Richards, Mcrritt.[ T Orcfiiman, L I' ,
Senate bill Xo. 2: To encourage the planting Mr.[ Howren offered following : For'thu relief of Meredith[ H. Abernuthy. I I
of oysters in the waters of this :State, lly Mr. Judge!, -Senate bill :Xo. 49 : To ItMilvtd, That the joint committee on fly 11r.'I'cli.ert-Assculbly I bill :No. (Ii/) : Sucss.T Kxmond( N 1 Wood, W I Hughes, j

and protect the rights of owners! thereof amend an act to regulate criminal prsc(1Iiugs constitutional amendments. be enlarged tit, To authorize Hiram WiNon, a minor, of Columbia J It lu''nllllr', J I Fly mi. Huhbard, J
The hour of twelve having arrived, the : before justices of the |lteace Chapter that it shall consist of four from the Senate I
\ take
of and .
munty, to charge control Hiibbard C Marvin J
Senate proceeded to the election of a United :2003: uppr.ived: March 2, 1877.! Referred to Illltll'C\"I'1I fr.Hn the House, the Senate con his: own (' tut(.. j lelm() Wi Col- r
States announced judiciary committee. curring. Agreed to. vert. J II, Jas; T
Senator and the President: Hv Mr.I Whitltll'II-Allllt'llIlllr Mil No. G2 : JnJu U'J\\'lk I l"wkk.
hat nominations were in order. By Mr. .1llory-Scllate[ Lill No. 50 : To The following bills were IntrclIluc'l'tlllllll For'the relief of Walter 1.. I'rL'IIIa.Al.WIIIIly Martin[ H Dully, I Jay, M Id"ual', Mr KJ
Mr. Thompson nominated lion Charles amend Division 11, Section 11, Chapter' :SOU;' refer ret 1 : memorial to Congress, askingtor (;airland+l, Mr M Cheery, Mr Pudeg Mr
W. Jones. of an act for the assessment and collection of lly )[r. (;Jriffln-Assembly bill \o. 39: Fur
the of the of
improvement '
Mr.[ Chandler' nominated General William. revenue, approved March 7, J 1870.! Referredto therelh-fof U. W. Tedder. iirange '\bayou, in Walton county, was I Chas Pudeg. O K: Ur"wl, 1. Ioal, L Hemls, .
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Crawford Crill Dell, Duncan. Hatcher, March being ot Choctawhatchtsbay.Hy und other stock and for belief
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nv/r; vas!supper and a bed, flattering himself that a game ; but ho'looked at his, four--- --"--I-- What the uso of being
ho would get on to Paris the next day. ion and coin patt I newell blush. 1 am very foolish. I must Bering on frenzy. was
11'1ty'llottl(1 we sigh A shabby man servant received their wet After! nil did not suggest it. I' tell you the truth. The, old 1llllr 'ou saw is engaged if they were to behave to each

...1 O'er the grave of buried hopes, greatcoats; in the hall, which wag high and ment. lIe hetlitl\o ('allr want nny amuse nn aunt of ours. We have all lived. here together other like strlgcrR, if they might not even
r: \\here mem'ry sadly gropes large, and dimly lighted btv a hanging lan- was "deeply interested"; -that for the last nine or ten years. She is talk unheard by people; ? Frank resolved
I was way he put it to' himself! in Made these manners and customs -
For pleasures long since fled tern peculiar, and has rooms of her! own in that that either
For d.tlit Oct moiselle de Saint-Flor, and was wondering part of the house. She docs not like strangers should give way before his Englishwill
blessings::! long since my. room ready, Francois and one how he could
t And dreams no longer nigh l''I for monsieur, do you near ? !said Albert. about hint Albert that it was all -never sees nnv one-I think you had or else that he wouhllt'ave the chateau
Why should we sigh What time is it? Have they finished dinner humbug waiting till he was! fortyandmarrying better not go near her again." the next cay, and sec none of them again
) u countrywoman of his Of to be He (could not
For Love whose ? ; own Frank bowel! till it was marrielt
,i.'I eyes grew course he had very little talk with her, anti I indeed that I intruded lady-love !! bv any
C Before the shadows grim, "I, was taking in the bouilli, answered am very sorry, annoy
That time throws over nil I.,ran ulM, sfipulchrally. their'acquaintance: did not seem to advance on her," he said "But no one had given open rebellion, but he protttiscdiiimseif that
ft to much The! sweet welcoming manner the me a hint of her existence" Albert should know his mind on the subject
From natal to the pall? flood ; then we are in time. I have theippetitcof
sympathetic smiles of the first! evening; and he it to him that evening in
"She said Marguerite
Whoso prefers to unknown, ; gave
grow wan and die! a w wolf-I1II1II\"ou, Morley:: ? seemed be I
\ Why should we sigh hA III II too," said I Frank h But dear to her highest mark In her mother and\ she sighed, deeply as she turned the "''Ilukin -root after Monsieur de Illt.Flor -
my s' presence she scarcely ever went :so; ftrand to t the dour had left them and pone to bed,
i O'er Fame, when pinions broke we can't dine in these boots." she and away open
Frank were never alone together. Frank himself mv dear friend ; what you ask
always Certainly
Morley prided' on
"No /
'Ncath '
grand words no, come along to room.
never spoke my Now and, then their ; said the amiable Albert."Trust .
and reasonable
.I And fainting downward fell They were ('ertaillly"'n pair"of eyes though his knowledge of foreign life and customs.! it only
Before time felt the obJect, covered: with disreputable it was; only! for an instant, Frank felt strong, He used to talk finely of meeting foreigners to me. I will do everything My
i f Or heard the first spell} melting slowly on their snow hair, which was! deep! excitement, a longing to make her lookat on their own ground; but it secins as if ho mother naturally keeps to her own ways', "
glad cry? their mous htlul\.tam.
; must just then have forgotten where be was, and experts :Marguerite to l'onforl to them.
taches in fact all
; Why should we sigh over them There
11 were By und hy, when he was satisfied that she that, have an interview .
of c'arrieIIIWII\ the excitement of the moment. But I will arrange you hal
O'er dreams of pools water where stood
1 1Ci
i I garnered gold, they on the stone in her strange: the beautiful Trust '."
was most
Whose floor of the hall Forgetting all the proprieties' lie tn'lorrow. 1
shining flitter told : Suddenly a bell rang woman !he had ever been, it dawned him Frank, with satirical
1 on threw himself-figuratively-at the feet of "Thank !>
Of noble hearts sharply distant
\ in pain, some room that her usual expression sad, "If fail to make that arrangement
intensely : Mademoiselle tie Saint-I'lor. you
j : !
Crushed by the feet of It is! Monsieur le Baron for the bouilli\ "
gain "
l. that when her
and mouth ) It myself.
And Mammon uutterred Francois and eyes were quiet This is not place for you ; you are not sir, I !'oIlltake
to tv runb high? he shuille.l off. and her face bent the for few knutes,
?' "' over tapestry she happy! hero I" he burst forth ; nnd then he He smoked' in silence n Ill
: Why should we sigh ? "I.?t us nuke haste, said Albert and heWII'i
t the ; worked at for hours together, she looked as told her t that he loved her passionately: : and Albert also looked very gr ', perceivingthat
Is there not still the,grave leading way up stairs, having just if she could smile of and
I reached never again. Frank t..kClllwr! if she must be miserable for life. his: friend was out temper, perhaps
Where Lethe's stream shall lave?- the first! step, when a blly's"ice thought about her day and night. Ho trem Site clasped her hands/ and retreated from feeling himself in! an awkward! position i.
nado Frank
Fold 1 white hands on the breast, start violently. It sounded so bled at every sign of a thaw, and the white I him a stop or two, fornt that moment Frank bet ween these jarring nationalities.
r1 Ii f The grave gives sweeter rest I IWe sweet and strange I in the desolate: gloomy Hakes: as they steadily/ descended were more wal''C'ry tragical. :Slip looked extremely Marguerite' looks terribly sad. What on
live but when die! old house, where there seamed be welcomes
we to no to him I have
and precious than showers of gold. Ma supriscd, as well !she might, at his; extraordinary earth is the matter with her? As no
t _Wnfnnt l\nln. no warmth dame de S.iint-For! came into the dining- breach of etiquette. But she lIilnot chance of asking herself 1 must ask: :you,"
_-. ____ __ "lj I hear .\lhcrL's'oice'? said: the ,
room one and found him
morning standing Frank
seem angry, ami she made no effort to leave said presently.
SXOWKD Ul\ lady. at the window whistling cheerfully, as lie the room. "How should I kilw ? She is of a melancholy
:She; had: suddenly\ appeared in a low-arched stared out into thkk snow-storm. "AhllIt are saying?" she wins said l ..11hem'tI'I'hcre
I. doorway, which framed her in like a picture. You arc most unfortunate, monsieur perod. You forget you- forget" 11\'Umt'lt She i is as! (
Frank of frank who was the nearest, ,made her n lowliow. she said. Instead If the you" 1111'r 1101 "H. Do'ala-
Morley, n young man six-and- improving, weather What do I forget? said Frank. "Is ble of "ln happy any ol'
twenty, was::! one of the head of a grout old She curtesied with extreme politeness; seems to grow worstI sympathise most there anything I ought to remember ? Arc know anything that ought to make her
firm of claret merchants hut Frank was sure that there was the faintest truly with both and Albert." "
for more than a you you offended? Will you answer! me? unhappy at this JOll'nt1
hundred years cstnhlishd in London and quiver of amuscmcntt about her mouth, :\ OU are very good, madume," said Frank She shook her head. I'rellenllHllt'r more! Frank fixed 118 eyes l 01 Alberts thin,
Bordeaux. His father had sent him to and felt miserably conscious! of being an absurd !'1I11J1I! "I assure you that I never was prayers ami eager question, she confessedthat dark face, which certainly looked grave and

France; to learn his: business when he was object. It was a new thing for him not more happy and contented.: I If it had not I she did not hate him-no, why should puzzled at the question. But it was answered ,

quite n lad, in consequence! of which his to"be satisfied with his own appearance.[ been for this: obliging snow, I might never she? But he had surprised' her very much, i m mediately."Nothing .
manners were excellent and he spoke liktr All, there you are, ma belie!" exclaimed have known Albert's relations.! and-in fact, she did not know what, to say I should say, that ought to
I a 1'renchmnnwith a slight accent of the Albert, and he marched/ up to the lady. 'I You make the bad weather pass verv "I ought to have spoken first lo your father make her unhappy.'

:South:; hardly !strong enough to mark him dare not even allow myself to kiss"your pleasantly\ for us!," said the Baronne g1'l\d. !" cried I Frank, suddenly, recollecting/ What is it 1 then ? There is sonlethimi;,."
as provincial. For the last years, since hand. May I present mv f'i'IIIIonieur, ou"lv.'e arc too glad to know our son' himself. But that roundabout) fashion is Albert shrugged his shoulders, and I became

his father's death, he hallll\'Cllnt Ii Bordeaux Morley', to my sister, Mademoiselle dc :Suint-; ue friend./ all very well for those who don't care a1! impenetrable.Presently) .

and managed that end orthe business entirely Flor" ? She could not resist: i the conviction that Ill). Are you angry ? Do you wish that I they went up !stairs together.
) his partners, who were oldish men, 1 am charmed to see you, monsieur; ," this merchant was like n gentleman, thoughit had !spoken to him fiJ'lJt'r' The young Frenchman his -
F living in London. said the lall ',!!''II1Jlllg on Frank, with a grave half provoked her that he should take "I don't know-everything is strange," cr-in-lnw still rather injured. futun'lrolh sulky,

Frank was clever, steady hard-working sweetness which reassured him. But how their hospitality for granted ill this sort of said ?Marguerite. It I is\only because I am a large state "l'el-rOOI, given hit in honorof

ml,. and thoroughly awake to his own interest did you bring yourself and your.friend into wa)'. afraid that he will think that you ought. We his new position in the family. A lire

He meant to be a very rich man, to retire at tliis sad I plight, my poor brother Tell me At breakfast that day the talk happenedto always do, you know." was burning on the low )Dearth Two candles
forty, and not to marry till then. In spite then-you have walked in this::! frightfulweather turn on architecture, and Monsieur do "Then you will let me speak to!" hardly lighted the high dark room,

of living abroad so much he was unmistakably all the way from Bordeaux 1" Saint-Flor assured Frank that the house exclaimed'Frank, in i immense excitement. which was" hung, with old faded tapestry

English, both in looks and ways, but this 1o, (indeed ; only from" the railway. But which sheltered him at that instant was a You frighten me- 'ul nre so terribly The flames, as they flared and fell,!t'elll'll i to
lid not prove a hindrance to his:: popularity I will explain presently! sau Albert.: "Ex: pure specimen' of Francois Premier. The English Can I prevent you 1" make a sudden !stir among the ghostly'lguC
among the French. He was well-known' case us a moment, dearest. Bog, my father outer walls and fortifications had, of course! As the BAron was half a mile off through on the walls. A crowd of ; hlnt.

Bordeaux, and u great favorite there, and mother to pardon this sudden" intrusion, been pulled down ; there had. formerly been the snow, and as Frank felt that his::! part of ers on white horses would conic riding forward -

admired for his ,liberality, his physical and" to give us something to eat. eight corner: towers! of which only one remained the business must be managed through Albert dogs would run among the trees, 'peacocks
strength, his fearless::! openness ofsp'edlllnd But certainly, poor travelers I Make the old disused colombier. But the with all possible formality, he did not would wave their once I"hinilgtai in
haste! then. Ah, let me ec-I will send old find it to 1 leave off his hovemaking
manner. He.never suspected, probably, I three pavilions of the !house itself, with the necessary the light.
that some of hU young French friends, I Marie to you with dry clothes. galleries connecting them, !stood precisely as! at this point, unorthodox 'it was. Marguerite ( Frank, as he told )Marguerite, was not su
laughed at him, and called him jeering; Albert tore up stairs! followed by his the sixteenth century had left/ them Monsieur ( with all her charm, was I puzzle to per liiou'i. He glanced once around the
names behind his back-the only real satisfaction friend, whose: brain was in a strange com de Saint-Flor told his companions that him. There seemed to be more wistful sadness tnll thl, pulling up a great chair: in
they could have, poor fellows, in motion. Twenty railroad accidents would he was proud of their very dilapidation, and than ever in those wonderful violeteyes front of the fire, sat down mid thought about \
their,intercourse with such a provokingmass have been less: exciting than this encounter would never consent to their being restored. as she lookt'llup at him ; a sort of :sad; that sad/ white face, those! dear wistful eyes
of advantages:; with Mudcmoisellcdc! Saint Fiorwhosepity- He remarked that restoration was the tomb indifference in her manner, too, though that seemed to bo forever asking the Hale
But Frank had one friend who really ing glance and smile, half pensive, half of history. Frank, who had often I heard through it all he knew that she belonged to question that once had made its way into
cared for him, though he borrowed from him amused, seemed a revelation of somethingso Albert speak of the old chateau in a very him, and that she recognized the fact. For words-"You love me ?"question which\ ,

like the other:: It was u true mutual completely new and charming., He different strain, was irreverent enough) to some minutes she St'l'll'l to be trying to it seemed to him, he had never been allowed
liking that had drawn them together-the thought he had never seen so picturesque] a wonder whether a good balance his bank say something, to g ) some warning ; to answer properly. Could she doubt him ?
jolly, auburn-haired Frank Morley, and the figure. She was rather tall! and very thin ; er's would not alter )I. le Baron's opinion she had a way of lifting up her hand, as ifto Was that why she looked sad? Had she

h ,luck, sallow, melancholy Albert de :Saint-; l'lLle-in fact completely colorless ; but there liediseot'ercdhowever, that Margueritethis check him in his" tprotestations."Let consented in this match for any reason! but
Flor. Albert was as loyal to his! friendFrank was nothing painful or unhealthy in the was her lovely name, by which the bold me speak, she said at last ; "let mo to please, herself any idea of duty to her
as to Henri Clinq himself.I He knew look of her creamy skin. It was simply: Englishman: already called her in his dreams, tell you something. You arc making I sad family ? Ho promised himself) to have all
all Frank's plans, and admired them. The beautiful. Her face was delicate, full! of expression had a very affectionate admiration for the mistake ; it maybe only the' beginning of that made clear to-morrow. /

l. idea ofputtittnoil'one's: marriage one was and very French Her hair was old, place ; she looked up and smiled, and the end. Do you"believe .mere you su A little noise, like a door opening gently

i\," forty met with his special! : approval after he almost black. She was dressed in a thick, joined in the conversation quite eagerly. perstitious"Not in! at the all least? thank Heaven," said made him turn his! head and look around

had sounded Frank on the possibility of a soft, white stunt, with black ribbons; the After breakfast Albert walked down with Frank. "And I never, make mistakes. Arc the room again ; seeing nothing, supposed

ij f_' marriage with his own only sister This, itt only color she had was in her eyes, which his father to the village, half a mile off, to superstitious? Is there anything that there must he rats behind wainscoat,and
: seemed, was far too high an honor for Frank were those truly violet eyes possessed by one settle some business at the Mairie. Frank, snakes afraid yourself? 'is it leaving returned to the fire and his meditations. .\
?1 to aspire to. It was necessary that he should: woman in million.. after wandering all around the chateau, even you ?" fo the far corner of the 1'00th're was a

(" marry an Englishwoman his::! own rank As he hastily prepared himself to appear under the rugged walls of the south front, your"I country am not afraid .for \' ," she an opening) into dressing-room, which again
in life, he modestly added, being quite aware before this angel at dinner, Frank shouted where there was a patch of ground railellon' swered. I Ahd the superstftion-it is all communicated with mssages. Frank,
that the Saint Flor family,tv'ouldould look upon to Albert who was In an adjoining room and planted with shrubs, and where ho !saw nonsense, after all. But what did 1 want to full of other thoughts: hail not noticed this

him as mere !Jfmrgco;.. Also he knew in with the door open : something tl>itt startled him a good deal, to ? Ah, this:: I am not a girl, you entrance ; and now he was not at all awuro
his own mind that Mademoiselle de Saint- "I thought you told mo that you and made his way back to the saloon windows, say I um a woman, more than twenty- that a baud was pushing the dressingroomdoor
mademoiselle\:; !sister, were like each he looked in and saw Marguerite sit and that
Flor was no longer) 'oung-how old ho did your where six : old. I have suffered great deal. eyes:: werepeepingnthim
not know ; but older than her brother, who other? ting over her tapestry. The wild old place, I have years:not much to give you t, except behind it. Footsteps on the boards of his
was'flvc-and-twenty Albert had several My dear friend, our features are preciselythe with its long history, \its owners with the my 1'001, however, w iththesligllttaIiofastick,

times assured him, thinking it probablya sane" stiff old-fashioned ways:: the stern winter lf'hat do I want more?" said Frank slowly approaching him, made Iiim} spring ,
recommendation, that they were the "Then you are much handsomer fellow that blocked it in, the dead silence, only Yes knows have from )his chair in real surprise. Standing by
image of each other. He spoke so! positively than I took you fur" said Frank, half to broken by the fall of a mass! of snow from your dress., one nil01 you never sulferccl'vell ribbon by. the table, on which Francois had arrangedthe ;

and yet with such good-hunorc( himself, but Albert was listening. some over-laden tree.'and now 11 rellllll\'ste. )htrguerite3"( I materials for can gitcrce, was n smal elderly
ments.that Albert M w the idea was a hopeless Aha, you are always so droll"! I You find ry to account, as it were, for all this suggcs- She looked at him solemnly for a moment lady, dressed; in black, fair

j one. But he did not swerve from his::! friend. her handsome: then, my sister?" th'en,8i'-thesc were certainlystrange surroundings and then sharp face, t suspicious expression! and a
ship with the obstinate,Morley. "She is perfectly beautiful, said Frank, for a matter-of-fact young Saxon. No." she said(miell; you must not ask quantity of white hair rolled up high over
in in a lower voice !still. :Marguerite herself was like nn enchanted cushion. She wore long gloves, and carrieda
In the month of December, 1879, early mo wh '. Perhaps some day I may you.
that long painful winter, Frank chose to There was: a suppressed irritation about lady, so silent and lovely, and always dressedin Now I must not stay here with you tl'l any casein her hand. Frank stared at her in
the tone of these remarks which gave AlBert white and black, like n nun, or a creature speechless surprise.
business, and Albert eagerly the door if and let
l go to Paris::! on :: He longer. Open you please,
consented to with hunt They started on a certain malicious pleasure with some sad! history. It was a privilege to me "I am not a ghost, monsieur, and you

A snowy day,go and while they were yet ,someway : laughed to himself as he stood before the'chimneygiasli find her alone,and he hurried into the room, Frank go. obeyed. She paused! in the doorway have seen me before," she said Her voice
his black hair. him with smile.. He
brushing up where she welcomed had a sort of disagreeable in it.
I south of Tours, ut about five in the under the shadow of the velvet curtain snap
1., afternoon, the earth being wrapped in snow n.Monsieur stood and watched her colored needle as it passed she in laid two! on her lips and looked Frank recognized the old aunt who had
and the sky black and heavy with more, BaronnedeSaintFlor and out among the uraborqucs at him, deeply, as if she was asking looked out of the window that snowy morning
and Madame -
lo Baron working. time, and had told him to take what lie
: their train ran into a deep drift on the line, such was him some question on answer to which care
i were by no means "Have been examining our architecture was doing. He bowed
you politely
and it was soon: too clear to the passengers::! her lifo depended He thought afterwardsthat
1 that hours of the night;lit least, would agreeable people as their son and daughter. monsieur ? she said" "Isawyou. wandering !he had never seen anything so extraor Pardon me, madame, I remember you
many first They were stiff with an old-fashioned provincial round the house. well," he said "Can I do ahtythingforyou
After the very
I t be spent were they were. stiffness. The Baron had been In Yes mademoiselle. And I saw something tlnnl\ '' ?"
shock most of them bore this prospect with love mo? she said, under her
the hail gray whiskers and a red rib. that piuzled me; perhaps you can explain Nothing at she said with
navy a
the resignation of 1'renchIeolle.. But the breath, and without waiting for any sort of ni slight
\ himself bon in his:: button-hole. )ladaunewnsadark, it ?" she glided was He toss of the I am here to do youa
the tram hanging reply gone cOle
Englishman on awatnd
one .
manner.They her needle leaned
i out of the carriage window, shouted to grave, little woman a pleasant Marguerite dropped stood for at least two minutes with the cur. kindness. Jive mo t chair Is it true
the nearest official, who answered by begging were both inclined to look on an Englishman : back and fixed her eyes on him ; the deepwondering taut in his hand, staring in a sort of bewilderment that you are to marry may niece, Mademoiselle
on them appalled the
as their natural enemyand sadness in de Saint-Flur'r
long after she hn'nnbhl..1..
monsieur to sit down and be ,
frank special one as thing of inferior creation. young/, man. She sat down, placed her feet on footstool
"Patient bo hanged !l" said or With no title, not even in the army or navy, Do not distress yourself," he said, coloring. tit and looked I 1 at him magisterially.t ,
something equivalent in French. "I am a merchant actually, but that must" be some It is too curious of me to notice it, A few weeks later, after his visit to frozt'l Frank thought she was probably mad. lie
not going to sit here ami be frozen, or stifled do, mistake the Baronne was sure Her son, perhaps." Paris, Frank Morley found himself once stood to her, at the further end of
which is more likely. Look"here, what with all his modern l ideas, would never have What was it? should like you to tell more at Chateau \faupas. this time, wonderful the Oll\ositl answered very meekly.

you call the nearest station? brought as guest to Chateau Maupas a person me.'' to tell, as the accepted lover of Mademoiselle leap madame, I am to have that honor."
"Maupas{ shouted the official from the who made his living by buying and selling. "'dl, I was under the windows of the de Saint-Flor. Frank never knew, .' I suspected it from the moment I saw .

t 1' distance, as he plunged through the snow. Monsieur and 'hllamoc Saint-Hor south pavillion, where the garden is railed and did not much try to find out, how Albert you in the garc1l1, and since then I have
4MaupasI! Why Saint-Flor, that's your made those remarks to each other privately.If off, you know. The windows are barred, but had conquered the prejutil' of his heard all it. My brother was obliged
; I place said Frank quite nugrjtn} his thev had known the length to which Al. one of them was open] and an old lady was parents. There may have reasons to tell le. Ho can never keep i
friend, who jumped up in u state of tremendous bert's Ideas had gone, led by conimtysen' standing nt it. Her hair was white. She than one for their consenting.' Besides the 1 suppose he thought 1 lcl'rctloorman.

excitement. and affection for his friend Lad nothing on her head. 1 am afraid sue solid advantage of belonging to a rich and the past, or that I should not venture to interfere -
He had thought: that they must be at least would hardly have behaved to Frank with would catch cold. She looked at me, and generous Englishman: this marriage w.\ again. But no, I would not sit in
.eight leagues short' of Maupas. But even even outward courtesy. But in that time,' waved her hand through the bars. I tookoil' perhaps, It'el by them to be a way out of I tower and see u fine young man

now they wero some distance, from the. were faultless ; they! both treated him with my hat, and she called out suddenly, painful difficulty. Frank was afterwards ever 'hear of Uregoire tie la MasseNo .
ht you!
kI chateau which lay a mile beyond the station. cert'moniuupohtenes..... h't'akorl' what'O1url' doing, monsieur ,!" conscious that the whole explanation was h ?

I;' Nothing would give him greater deIMit 1'1)l1\chow-I"rnnk! hardly knew how it and then she turned awty and I saw no very clear, if he had cared to think it out ; ," said Frank, as she waited for an
.i. than to introduce his dear friend there, Le found himself staying on, more of her. Mademoiselle, pcrjiaps I had but he was chivalrous> fellow, and think. answer.
but it seemed to him a"simple impf) :,olbilit y'. happened after day- at the chateau. He had his no business in that part of the garden ?" ing it out seemed an impertinence both to Ah, I thought not. Or of Jules de Ma-
"A simple necessity said Frank, laugh day The roads were blocked with snow; No no. you had not," repeated Marguerite the poor, proud people, who bowed their ngnv ?''
f ing. Look at it In that light, and come excu+;e3. brought terrible accounts of hastily. heads in such t statlylrto dr'ul\tml't Xu."

,! it' alung"( the newspapers in mow, so that .' No one told me to keep out of it," said and to their beautiful, "Or of his
buried m .
: state of Paris, unharlaugher. son. IeonIe ) and
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t ;1t: : .,I. Albert shrugged his shoulders but his all work was stopped, and the poor were Frank, in. tluw voice, looking at her in He came to Maupas! by brother Cel )tin?'' tanla
eyes shone with proud pleasure at the daring Madame de Salnt-Flor insisted: tently. his way back to Bordeaux. joining Albert, No, madame."

. I' '' ''l of hb friend.a starving that hl'r'80n should not risk his lifo on the Bite stooped. forward over her work, mint t who had gone before to smooth the way for Very well. : and I will tell you a
)f u My dear," he said, "I am" ready to fol. railway in tmch weather, and was obliged to took up her needle again ; but her fingers him little history Loten. e four 'oung.
I low you to the world's end anxiety: about her guest to ). were trembling; he sawsa that she could The snow was gone, but the weather was It is more than nine since the It'l.In
1 } "'.0\11< the door won't open we" will begin b>' exprcay'lpulite Frank knew that it was all "nnsl'n..t'i; that not guillit.. lie saw that she was flushing; !1i bitterly)cold; a frosty wind made mu- those days I and my years two sons war.hero in

; vetting out of the window said Frank circumstances mountains of slowly and deeply' her whole face and neck among the lark, shivering firs, and this hou e, and brother 1\.1 wifennd
t { .* The best way at first will be along the roofs under would ordinary not have kept him in dismal. changed from their usual ivory> rosy red. howled dismally)about the high roofs of the those children! my of his were miserably:

:I 11 of the carriages." It old snow place like this, with nothing to do but She stooped forward still inure: and suddenly chateau. thought it all looked even I' l'ei.ple living at Tours. Oat of kindness poor to
I, ,I" .1 io on I follow you, mon brave smoke and stare at the ancient tomes In the ttt'ar fell, shining on the work. Then Immure desolate than when it was buried in I my brother I arranged that elder! son.
n An hour or two later these weary tra'CleOih pearattueitlswhentimebellelanged, she:) got up with quick movement, and was the snow, and there was hardly enough the I onite de )Maupas, \ that
! stumbled up to the great iron-studded loot librarvapi listen'to the eternal prosing of Monsieur u' coin,; to (leave the room but t<) (lu) tbw; the cheerfulness i"ll'r to make up for the dismal Irl1l" Uerltl', though Ihouli marry cared for
Albert had had and he not inclined l
I t .of the Chateau de Mannas the Union with itsone-sided. j oritics. to pass Frank, was w 'athl'r. my she
Baron, eyes always had
JiU way once or twice but at last the glim Land madam her coffee after dinner. to let her g.i so t:oily. Albert was the only |>ersou who received I written on her free But mi"flrtull admired
".( timer from the snow showed him the dark active limbs could not bo I II)" At least forgive me efore you go, minadeutrisella7" him with any animation. Monsieur and her, and he was. my son
His willing enough. She was athere
through which rough narrow he said, with an air of the Madame de Saint-Flor
firs along theswept were and i
ot backward and forward olitc child then.
ljou e, He was melon. strolling What I Lave 1 : g.arl' Well they were 1ltr"thl.
raid the
approached of the $stable where two fat oldhorses ll 'IIl..t penitence. : \1rgut'rit", though her smile nude and then the war broke
11 hone dud iwths mint
hol '-iLis unexpected rowing stood eating their !Lead oil. He fellinclined \dttno I a1l11ll'rfl'l'tl) wretched. 1 shall go him untE' that he wa.'n' welcome, Leon went straight to the front and 11an;
t: Frank was
him any plourN uruoteen 0. Jerusalem out and shoot 1I1\' 'lf. 1. possible, saJ.lor than "ever.
to give suggest t a. game l.r Imlnjj: to 1 Hereyelids i killed il the tint luMlc I> understand
,; the S:1inti"luTI: expo t aaU1 ," a* h*\ Lad wen it played by ai number At IbN threat a smile jUitJlrln'rt'll. aViutMarguerite's were heavy, a* if she had been ( !. 0.1trft'l"t you
ljtashh)1l'lI.. did not hbust'lt in Lous' in the mouth. ing. By the l'lllf\ the evening, the "
either from mOI1 ieur of lively 1'ty'pie| u be will lit such thinr she n'.1 .nMllame. said Frank gravely
"I ,: no that
01 The long corridor of you covery they were not to left alone '
bfarty bow- wet day. b i
very weIenmol taut that. North one story as it min After
w 4f7! Uttl lIe;. .All hu vatted the chateau would Lave done well for such said, with a m-mientary glance and a re gcthcrmmii thrown Frank a Hate that, in the \\ nlru\, arranged that my

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second run (Cclcstin: should marry Marguerite. Frank smiled as he listened; 111wutl'lll'l\ \ CONDENSED] I]: ):) TIME CARD Florida: and Western!' 1 Railway to hull froii l.Ji-\I : : \"\:S.\H, FERNANDIN'A"t5:[ ; )
I did! it nil outof klmlnos! to my her face :Savannah: \ and all ort1ll'rli. Eastern: \ am
brother, remember. Celestin was also in the I think( you are t\blnrhillg\ t! of repressed excitement, with quick nervous -" ('t' lmHI1:01"1'1': I : .:. und West India Transit (tail: way: to and from .
little movements of her two thin hand+. "That von )love. me, and I love 011." Fernandina, Gainesville; Cedar Key, and j! TlllCOir MM': I

After that," she I thought, perhaps, they might have had the say that made it fifty thousand times haler Ia\"mums.
decency to send the girl to" convent. Hut It strikes; me you don't quite understand I 1 the liOINit=" sot'TII. .\t Chattahoochec three times weekly with i t
no ; she mint make ti good match in spiteof fOrl'I'ol what you are saving: Under those the People's Line amid\ Central Line Bo; :ate to vtSEA .\
everything. They waited only two years, em circumstances: it likely: that 1 :-hollitl'l' Lea\e .Atlanta ( :LM.! r. MI and from Columbus, Eufaula: Fort GainesApalnchicola ; Jtj:
and then they arranged a marri.igc for her you up, whatever you might! have to tell I Leave Macon[ Ga. i.:1 v. M. and other Uivcr: [landings.7OElcgaut I.
with Jules deMarigny.: He looked ax strung me? Listen. You are like !smo'prinvesslu Leave lruns\virk! ( Ga <>.15 A. >1.i : :Sleeping: and I'aiiir'uuchcs. ISLAND ll ( )Ur1'E.Bill :.
and handsome as yourself.: I'.ut knew he tale Arrive Fcrnaudina Fla.liU.i _v. M I.
fairy who put all her lovers to doath \\011'1'1111; and Lucas l'all'lIt.l'lI1.tail.\' between
would not live-why: should he when if Ll'I.( :\ I.
mysons they couldn't'; austveraeertuin question: : t Tallahassee and Jacksonville.
died ? A week heforc the marriage he What i is Arrive Haldvvin, Li":! 1'. M 1.
: my thought like ? Don' know _? was out shooting! and lie shot himself! hy Well, lots! of them came to untimely end, Leave: I Haldvvin for Jacksonville. 1.:0I':: n..lrrive.farksunvillc''ilium.Cutttvtip I. safety. l:1lI.lll1'1.11VI': : ]n(:: GEORGIA: AND) ]FLORIDA:
.lellt-l\'dd'lJt !1"Madame but at List the and answered : ;{ UO-tf) .
right man came : ( ) : MLeave : ltastlr7'raltspurtathimtliner : I INLAND
STEAMHOAT: ) [ ( o.Y" .
: do [ raised hl'r"uice -
Maupas almost it. lie always does. Your question was
: to scream\ and ended this of her different. You; Baldwin: for Cedar Key. \\.M v. MArrive .
part asked
me one morning as .
with little ( Waldo (Junction I'. U. H) .. 4.11 I'. MLeave ti til I. ami Ocean Sh'lIl..hulI'' :..:
story "hrilliallgh which made of and
you went out that door would not
l \ Waldo I -I.'JD: ) \p. M I. -- -- -- -
Frank feel colder than
ever stop to hear the :answer because > ou knewit Arrive Gainesville. .">.17 I'. MLeave I. _toM: llItG.tN 11N1'tit: ; lp*
Good she said, going on more quiet would !be, the right 0I1l':0:: altogether I idon't ... .. : r\
Gainesville i .''q!) v. / ,-
Now ) r. M t 1. lU ;; "
ly. we come to the fourth to Gre- nee what there is to"I'X yourself 1
Arrive Cedar .. !n.III'> ::'> M 1. r
g'oire do la :lhtsselicrc! He( was: here I three about. l.r _

about years'or all let me Il'Il011, people talked Frank spoke very' deliberately. with III.nol.i hold-vin """---.....::.;...........,. ....___-_ ..,;; '\.OQIt -
this :and! saw plainly that it would reasoning: A I'o1; (it' great !surprise i cameinto ; Jau
I.01NU=" :NOUTII.Leave
be tempting Fate to ally themselves with Marguerite's face: ; :she flushed, opus she AM=" t
such an unlucky young )ll'r-on.: But this h1I11101l1' that morning, which. !both :she and. Cedar K,.'.. .l.l'i\ A. M.Arrive 1.

WUl'lh111:111 t hllbl''n\ abroad: for some yearsin Frank remembered, well. Gainesville. M.ll A. tt I. ATLANTIC1, GULF ,1 WEST::; [ ]INDIA f
the colonies don't know where.: lie 11 You say very :strange; things.," she murmured Leave Gainesville: >-.r\\II.\. M. -
came home to find! a wife lie had plentyof after a !little! :silence. Arrive Waldo; ( P. J 15.: ll. June.). !ii.H! .v. M. S.II.\lI. NT i,: AH SHIPS TRANSIT:: RAILROAD: : (CO.,
money and s')IiIC brains. He saw :Marguciite ( l Is Ihl'rl'I\II\'lhilillJuill'lIlIll'lIl'\ and\ ridiculous Leave Waldo. II!>..*>."> .v. M. ------- --- -----

and proposed! for her at once to her : ill what I have said ?" Arrive Haldwin..........................1 I'-M":! I'. M. ToAll
father. Of course he was accepted) they "O Frank \"o\ll'lIzz1ellll.l.011l1'Ideh.\ ." Will have Cedar Key
too Leave Jacksonville (Cum. l"! \ ) .> .t. M.I Point Xorlh tool lest
were only glad lie came to this lion You see, you need not trollhh.'clIl'l'lf; : ,
where my dear relations: were living with to tell me anything! my dear Marguerite.And ( ; Arrive lta1.lw'in.12.W:! : I'. At.Leave I. it1:11': ORLEANS: l l.: : EVERY: : FKlDAY.:

me-it i is my house, monsieur: and not mv as for pain, old or new, don't mention Haldwin: .I:! -10 p. M.Arrive ollcring comfort unrivulnl I. a delightful sail I I
\ brother's at all-and 1 they lodged him in tins the subject again! please.! You are going to Fernandi.'ia..... ................. :H. ID I'. M. over a !strictly' inland water-course" full ofi
very room. I never see visitors. Wince my be happy, and you will oblige me by taking Leave Fernandina! ... :1: l 1.> I'. :M. i lit ingsivncry.: i '
great griefs I have avoided all strangers, have: ulrthcse I : horrid black ribbons" Leave Hrunswick' .lHII') M. FOR KEY: WEST::: AND j HAVANA[ The PVI.VCK :SrKVMntu: : ,

lived alone, as you know though under the "Frank you know it makes no difference Leave Macon( ... M.ID .\. >i. EVERY: : SATURDAY.:
same; roof with those others. Well, I saw Arrive Atlanta, Ga. I.l.i I'. I. I1 I. 0 1C IDA ,
the good fat man stumping about in the garden "It makes this difference-that I I will not Trains to Cedar Key 11111olllh:: of Hald
one summer evening, looking so )prosperous wait fur 'olllllorl' than month, I urn not win daily except :Sunday.: ; Captain' JOHN:> PIT/OHIII.I: ,

and contented that I felt sincerely going to'let you stay in this J1001llpla"1) PENINSULAR: PARSONS::: ,< 111.1: \
: HAIL15OAI: : ) c gems. AM="
for pin). Why should this mad
sorry poor creature with /ghosts! and people a day longer ((Mali Utlllld.
die too ? I said to myself, I knew very than I can help." ( } ) !O-l.'U: Cedar! Key, Fla. '
that : (,OIM1=" SOCTII. 'ITV or IIICIIHITOX: ,
well Marguerite's history WO\lldl1ot be -----
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told to him, unless! I told it. I made up my have seen hl'r'hl'lI! was it? What did !she Leave 111,1.. Junction. 11.00.I.( I. MA[ I L [LORY'S i Captain ---,
mind to save hint if he chose to be !saved. say \"oll'f" Leave Hawthorne. 7.-IO .,. M.
Arrive Lochloosa.............. ......... g.'I.OIUnS'I'ISIIII: I.I.M::.
I came to him in the night, as I come to you She 'was very much agitated. Frank *UO A. M. l Leave Jacksonville every Monday[ ,Wednesilayand 1 .

now. My dear monsieur I terrified that soothed her as Wl.lllls he could and told her I (101 NO=" .NOUTII.Leave Only nh'c'c" Line f New" York. 1'ridayby I Steamboat lxpress,1115: : /
poor sheep so utterly out of his senses that l by degrees the !story of Ids visit: 1'1'0111alal1l1'[ Lochloosa. .\. M, 0 n. m.
he lied from Maupas the next morning tie :1laupas.larguerite( cried a little, and Leave Hawthorne'. !10.4.") .t. )I. ALSO, Leave Fernandina by Steamer Florida, on
and wrote from Paris to my brother to say could 1"11'111hl'lic'e that he was uninfluenced Arrive Waldo\ Junction...............1LM5:! : I'. )1. arrival of Trllill.rrln'lIt ,
that he had changed his mind about marry: by all the horrors he had heard. Frank Trains from Waldo to LurhKiosuand: return Xassan" A- lu'lIlIr.n'l: .Hull StemnNlilp .\ Savannah every 'I'uesday'l'hurs-

ing. Heavens how 1 laughed when tile hud to soothe and reassure her all over Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.CONNECTIONS. idle, day and Saturday, 8 a. m.
Baron came to me with the letter in his again. By and by she looked up at him. her () : ] I : Sailing from Fernandina two vcckstin Close connection made ut Savannah with
hand !I"Frank' eyes smiling, the wild weary look in them every Palace Steamships:; of the OCEAN: STEAMSHIP : I.
listened with the deepest attentionto \ gone forever. ATLANTA.Close ;- ( S. S. City' of Austin" F ( COMPANY I every Wednesday and
all this. The history of M. de la Mussel[ "I I am happy now" she said, 1 feel the connection is: made Atlanta.. ('ia. I Ctipttiin STKVKNS.'S :: Saturday, for New York.1".. with lio lon.
i ire seemed do him good for when it was! sunshine: ; there is no more cold wind ; to and from all points North, Ea"t.1'1'1! and Q W Baltimore and Philadelphia steamers, and
finished he was smiling quite comfortably. and she broke into a little joyful laugh. Northwest: daily.AT : .t I I N. S. ('nroinlc'li'l :: with all rail lines to mall points' : North( and

"Well? said Madame de Maupas, look "After all, this: is a very good world," she I.Uo11: \., j. [ l'oplniu] Hrc'K. A West. m

ing at him hard."Madame said\ With Trains: for Eufaula: Columbu.s, (!hi., )For State.Ruohis und Through Tickets' ,
: ? v Montgomery[ Mobile[ and New Orleans. 1 apply') to

"Well, have you been listening ? Do you Frank af'tl'rwlttll''CI'ihl.,1' hN interview AT KKUX\NIUKl! .\.,
understand me ?" with Madame[ de Muunas in a much more I.<', C' tai ,l Idc'..'", TouriNl" Ofllr'NiJacksonville k
With New York and PcrnuiMinn Steamship
"I have listened to word but
every you unvarnished Wlto her 1I1'phcwlbl'rt.,
must! excuse me if I cannot feel sure of your ,f who told him that all her story was! true. He Line from New York on Wednesday, at r .. -,",r -Corner of ]Hay and Ocean
object I added that the poor lady, always peculiar, 10.'W: a. m., and for New York on Friday, at "' --..f."t- _-s:;...... Streets ; St. Augustine Max Illuotu11th l's. ,
": I had idea ; :3.40 p. m.; from Nassau' N.1'., on Wednesday tho I Palutka
\Iy object no Englishmen had been a little touched in her wits shavetime THE( : FINE: STEAMSHIPS] near ; O. Woltz,
Were so dull. To save you: of (course! as I war and the death of her on". :She: had ; for Nassau, N. 1'.0u Wednesday., Hughes'' Drug Store ; Fenuindina! Egmont':
saved Gregoire de la Musselie're." become superstitious and revengeful tbrow) \VithGcorgiaand: Florida; ]Inland :Steamboat ; WKSTIICTIAS: : : Hotel, ,

"You Jl'allhope, madame; to find me big all the blame of their deaths on the ill- Co. from,:Savannah: ; on Tuesday, Wednesday (''\1'1'. 1 JUNES l I : (GUSTAVE: LEVE; :, i(
such u dastardly coward as M.[ de la Musfcelierc luck of Marguerite. Her late husband's; Friday and :Sunday; i fur Savannah on (h'II'II'IIooM.I't Sea 1 Maud Route.

-that poor sheep us you justly cull brother, the! }present Comtc de Maujms, wasa i Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. 1'1'1111': AiiAN, J; N. HAllKIMAN,
With Charleston John't
Steamers and
him ? Englishmen are dull, no doubt. They thorough \Parisian! and had no use for { (St. CAIT. RISK. ll-'N\ :Manager.NT. [ ,
don't undentalllbl'ing expected[ to behave such a middle age nbode as the Chateau de City 1'uint) from Savannah:! and CharlestonWednesday ---. -
dishonorably," [alll'ns. IIc was glad that the :SaintFlorashould : and Huw1a1'111') ; Savannah and ONE: of the above Steamers will leave JIAICY'N 1CIVKIC: IMt'IilCT.rpHE : .
indeed Then will of Charleston Monday( aid Friday. II Ii II II for New York every Friday
"Ah, yOU not give up make t heir home there take charge
With Steamer filwn daily' to and from St. (to suit the tide).
niece? children of his
the old lady, and having no
my Mary's (la.: and semi-weekly to and from This, I line having transfers to make
no :
madame I will die first.
Literally own, he meant to leave the place<< to Albert, .
colored scarlet and with almost land that St. Mary's 1 liver landings. betweenFERNANDINA
Frank puke with the small quantity of remained .

sublime energy. Afterwards lie was to it. AT im.nwi.v, FLA., : AND) NEW: YORK, ,-----.1.-;::::
half-amused, half-grieved at himself for having It seemed only right that Frank should With Trains for !Live I Tallahassee: and Offers the1hl'S'1' !
flown out in this manner to a poor old know all the family history, the chain of all points in Middle and West Florida (; STEAMER: : I'l.OICA.
mad woman. Madame[ de Maupas seemed circumstances which had led to his meeting AND) CHEAPEST]: : TRANSPORTATION -
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1 AT LOCIIMHiriA) \ ('.tIT. JOHN mL'Jr.lwo11.1 :;
TO FLORIDA) ll'I'-HH] : ,
deeply impressed.! She got up, trembling a Marguerite.( ]It was a rough way by which he ,
little, and leaned on herstick. had reached her, certainly ; of battlefields With Steamer .flpl"( for all points! and Vegetables und Fruits will receive special \\' RUN (ON THE: ST. MARY'S( ltl1' \'-
"Very well, please yourself. I do not and dying 11I1.11. accidents and terrors, the landings on Orange Luke, on arrival of Peninsular cure in handling.PASSENGER (' during I the' season IIH' follows, : IR

wish to see you again. You arc very ungrateful derangement of one person, the cowardiceand Railroad Train. :: : ACCOMMODATIONS( ) ARE,: Lt'II"J (' :-T.; MIUV'H; [ I'1'1'Jtl'.1ONIAVunit;
and no doubt there i is a bitter punishment superstition of another. Trains running AT IIUNKSVIU.K:\ ( FL_'., I.'J l1-T.CI..ASS. THURSDAY( MORNING( ] J at o'clock, for
: in store for you. You also:<< will{die, into snow'llriftsa struggle with theelcments, With Stage Line for Ocala and Tampa on FKHMNMNA: =" ; and will leave ]FKEXANMNA!'
and your death will break the girl's heart.I aghostly old castle blocked in with snow. Monday, Wednesday and Saturday ; from The I traveling public are offered t the advantages same days at H a. m., for (C'\ PINCKKF.V
understand that she cures for you more Through all these difliculties the fair sorrow Ocala und Tumpu Tuesday: FridllYlwl Sun of u DIRECT( LINE[ :, WITHOUT and all intermiiliule lamlings: on the river.
than fur any of them. I wish you good Frenchwoman and the sturdy English day. ANY CHANGES.; Connections made ut Returning( ; EVERY; : TUESDAY I + ) and ]FRIDAY
Jacksonville with all
evening. man had advanced to meet each! other, and AT CKimt KEY, TLA., steamboats for ull will arrive at ST. [.UI\"II' ut j 5 p. m., i
She departed by the way she had come; now Frank was resolved that Margueriteshould [ With Tam 'u Steamship: CO.'M Line for points on the St. John's, Ocklawaha, and. touching! lit FKUNAMUNA:
through the dressing-room, and so into a forget the past dimness of her life in Tampa and Manatee: \ Monday and Thursday, Indian Rivers, and with the Transit !Railroad On WEDNESDAYS: [ and SATURDAYS

narrow passage, which led to her own part its present! beauty and brightness. ut 4 p. m., and for K'y West Sunday and at Fernandina for mill railroad stationsin will (leave Sr. MAKY'Mtit H:30:: a. m., und cum
of the house. Frank opened the doors for lie took a fine house at Hordcuux and Thursday: at Ii J p. m. lie chartered for excursions to I
her, and shut and locked them securely furnished it splendidly for his: bride. With the United States and Havana Fast FREIGHT: AND! PASSENGER: RATES '
when she was gone. He then returned to He brought her there in t the spring dressedall Mail Steamer:) Admiral for Key 14est,1lavamia, AS LOWH HY INDIRECT LINES.ft IhIIlKOI""' "

his chair before the red !smouldering lire to in lovely rose .pink, which made her (Cuba, on arrival of:Special Train, every Tuesday :ft"Through Rates und Hills of landing and other point of interest in the vicinity
of his look like driven snow and her afternoon 4.50 11\. From Havana,
muse over the strange explanation complexion p. to all points.' of Fernundina.Throiiirli i .
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Marguerite's sadness. eves ofa deeper) and more wonderful blue Cuba, and Key West every Saturday. Special ) )For passuge or further information apply
than c'Cr.Ibl'rt, when he visited tlll'lu. train to conmvt.With to Hill or ratling
IV. I hardly. knew his sister, she looked so pretty Steamer J-Jltfrprillt': for i.ints on the R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent,
Albert kept his word and the next day, and happy and young. Siiwannee River, on Thursdays 1 at II n. in. )Fernandina. by MALLORY'S LINE: of Steamers to nil .r
after breakfast, Frank found himself {left Madame Morley[ ntc deSaint: -Flur. gives For information respecting: routes\ rates\ C. H. MALLORY it ('0., jMjints on the St. Mary's. f,
alone in the salon with Marguerite. He the most charming parties, and ii already etc., apply to l'ier0: East; River New York. 2-tf(
poured out his feelings with the demonstrative known as the most agreeable hostess in that A. 0. MAI-DONELL]: --- -- -- ---'-- _-- C'loMv C'oimrrtloii
candor natural to him which did not With Frank's she bus! Gen'l; Ticket awl I'uss..lgent.]
)part of France. help HUUnn: H'IIIUITI.laTilE : : made with the New York und 11'unlll1l1h'UIIII"t. )
seen to oflend this French lady. Her introduced something in imitation of an U E.: MAxwELL: Gen'l Supt. :Jit .. Mark all goals, ('urll of Steamer
English: lover seemed td her a charming and English garden parlwhi'h was very )popular KTKAMCIW f'lufn Fernandina."
wonderful creature ; )perhaps a little wild! this summer. 'There a few of t the more JACKSONVILLE I:, PENSACOLA: ]) GOOD) ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PAS.sengerc. .
and unmanageable, but "still a creature with advanced young married l ladies: might beseen :; KAILUOAD.MA .----. .' ----. 1'ccllr.-itull..t": und
: Tourists will
whom one could be nma/ingly happy-if I ...Iarinat lawn-tennis, a game in ,TKK Tn\S IKT\TION'K OFFICK:, I| ST. JOIIXSJ: 5. { ('I'I'"' I'OIXTJ find this a very attractive( trip, us the !
only things would go well. The shadow of which Marguerite herself much u-s she liked TAIXUIASXKK, FLA., February a, IHN' j J I *! 1 MA is und and other scenery
grand alligators
tho and saddenedher could be On und after Monday( ; February :2 IHHU) ----< _----- past still clouded her eyes I to watch her husband! play it, never abundant.For .
smile. Could any mortal man be master )persuaded tim uhn. Still: people. said !she! was! passenger trains! of this road will run us fol. further [information ugly to [
of Fate? t'ertuinly' if any one, Frank entirely English. What could be more English lows, vU: JOHN! RICHARDSON,
Morley. than her marriage! It was evident that PASSENGER;; : : TUAIN-EAST: l HOUNK[ ) .-tf Fernandliia..
"I know you think me \'('t8a.l and stupid she and Frank Morley[ adored each other; Leave ChattahiHH/hee..daily at.... :2l.(5) v, )I.

," "she said bv and by. Relieve me, I and there was even a floating. rumor that [Leave juincy.................... ...... 3':W r. M. K11a1'IYi" unit TinMIIre. "
]have had a good! deal to make me 1>41. Only they: had arranged it all between themselves 1..lIvu'l'allaha."ee............. ...... Ii (II) .'. M. j. -
take cure of yourself, and I shall forget it all before M. de Saint-Flor heard a word aboutit. ) Leave :\olltit..111.1( .............. ...... 7 10 I'. ..1.i '- mot? nn' '
presently." That.however, was pronounced incredible. i Leave Greenville/ ............... ...... HSAv.M. 1 Fernandina Jacksonville S'rICEETY: : &v 'I'un: ,
"Am I in any danger, then ?" said Frank."Ono There is no limit to the extravagance; of Leave ;Madison( ........ ......... ...... U 2I ll'. )1.IA'a'o \IT11.t, und' ?Pulutka and intermediate land- Second Street, opjMwite] Pot-Ol1icc.
; not any real danger! Hut I think gossip. Live Oak................. ..... :2 15 A. M. ,
the John's River:
St. and Savannah
we are an unlucky family. Perhaps someday The last night Frank was! Chateau Mau Arrive Savannah.............. ...... tMtOA.. M. hugs" (on flows V! "
and "
I may be able to tell you why." )pas he found on his table n case: of diamond] Arrive TllIIllla."i\'ille.....,.... ...... n .5 .\. M. Charleston as : ".

"Tell me now, can't you ? Hut in the ornaments, with a note addressed to himself: Arrve Albany! .................. .....10i" A. x. From Feniandina r"1+ nF'
meantime you need hardly wear mourning: written in sum thin and shaky a bund that he Strive Lake t''ity t ................ ...... 335: .,. M.Arriit -
for me in trlll'cl'; ; lar lIeritc. I have not could hardly decipher it. Haldwin...........,.... ...... Ii 21 A. M.Arrhe FOR JACKSONVILLE; : A.M. PALATKA t
the fciualle&t! : intention of dying at present." "give these to you that \'UUIl1II)' give Jacksonville ........... ...... 7 V+, A. M. ;.r EVERY; : WIWXI'U.\::; Y.-ti-\.
He was twining one of her black ribbons them to your Marguerite. 1 will not see her; Arrive Fernandina........... .j40: r. )I. AJrSFH :
round his lingers a* he sj'oke. but congratulate her on her marriage with Arrive Gainesville/ ............ ...... ft 01 p. :M. From FernandinaFOR
"Ah," she said, with almost a little cry a brave man who loves her and will (teach Arrive Vilur' Key .............. ...... ti I :30 p. M.PASSENGER .
I ought never to have allowed it. I ought her how tu lin'. lmnttoE; : IRE.tiEAerAS.:' ; : TH.I.WI''f: HOUND.: SAVANNAH AM CHARLFSTONEVERY : 'f.r..

never to have said ye*. I ought to have Frank thought there was some J1I<:bod in Leave Jacksonville .....daily at.... 5 30 p. M.Ixavo ;f"'r : : FRIDAY.iit i I K

cared more-ah, Frank, I have been selfish' the old lady's madness after all. Feriiandina ......,..... ......10 'JO A. M, Close coiinci-tiori made] with ),
and selfishness: i is sure to be punished.: .- -- --- Leave (Gainesville........ ..... .0 O'! A. )f. ill and wfe'olllel'll for. ;..
Mellon also with
V 0 Enterprise, steamn
Xon>ense What arc you afraid of? THY THE: Leave Cedar Key .............. .... IPA) .,. M. Oeklawuha i.
River aiM) ut Savannah -
said .Frank gazing: earnestly into her face.She Leuue Huldwin..........."." ...... 1''<) ". )I. with for New ; ."
shook her head, and looked down. Then YORK OBSERVER I4ve, lake city.............. ...... 1)1'1 ... M. tor stcuiiicrs and York liarlexton Philadelphia[ it:
ton lialtiinore.und withstlmuaers
she lifted her again with a little air of NEW I .. It ....
eyes Ltdveavalmrma m ... .. :...r 4 :30 P. M. for New York Philadelphia! Haitinore. .
proud resolution. I THIS YEAH. Leave Live Oak................. ...... :L' 13 A. )I. und with Surtlll'Wltt'ru.,11th, ,
:"I will tell you," she said and then you Lave Madison ................. ...... 351: A. M. lieu Railromuti fur Curlo- 8TOVEH, HEATERS: : RANGERS: r.
routett North East: ,uulW
will be warned. irhap. and Iaway.uu I I Leave Greenville........."... .,.:. 4 3!' A. ),. t:
ought to have known jt ull before ; you hun'l rut LdlKiKSTIV, /) HMT F.131ILV Leave Montirello .............. If ".... 5 ,HO \. M.ArriveTallahascee ()St. TIN ASU SHEirr-IRON WARE.UOOFINQ : :.

tern deceived. We have all joined ;ill 1'.U'JIX! TIIK !iron Lit. I ......."... ** ...,., 70OA. )I. FW..r.'I..Ao'S 1'\jo. ]':XfH-It: ACCOMMO AND (JU1TEIUNG:
ceiving)'lIU. At tint J did nut think what I I I Leave Tallahasse! ...............* .... X 30 A. x.Leave J>.\1'lOSS. ri
was doing: but now I know. Frank, I )Tier Scud for Sample Copy-Free.-fe., (Jiiincy.................... '* ,,....10 0.4 A. M. Through<'I-'"* and Staterooms secured CL'CUMHEU; WOOD PU3IP, ETC-; .
thought it would be easier tn die than to tell Arrive ChattaluHK-hee.! .......' '* ,.,...11 :i+) A. )I. and all Infunnatlon furnished at naive toricr A large stock of StovM on hum Jive usa i
for are
you all the .tory.1 hut noI will you NEW YORK OHSERVER; :
: ,
giving" elf Unorantly. .\n.ll will not CONNECTION'S.: Ctntre and N't.'ufllllrtrt..tll. (!all, nUll compare{ our privet with thlw+ of t
hate it your; you arc too dear and generous. l-3t :37 Park How, New Yorl At Live Oak daily with the Savannah :0'Iy C. A. XOYIX other houses, here or I4wh'R'



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{' THE FLOIUDA MIIUIOB. northwest to Louisville, St. Louis and Chi The appropriated for the St.-Johns should be locked up "between 1 four cold walls Archer.To .

cago. In fact, the completion of the "'ar. bar and Cumberland Sound will not be less for three, six or nine months, or nine years," the Editor of the Mirror :

SATURDAY* JANUARY *0t 1SS1. cross road renders such a western extensiona than one hundred thousand each, and may : until they told what they have no businessto ARCHER, January 21.

necessity, to give value to the existing be increased before the bill is finally }passed. tell. The last occasion on which the Semi: Since our little place has had a reflectionin

f'\ LEGISLATIVE WORK. roads from the Atlantic westVith the The future of Florida. points to a large dew'el* undertook to find out who "gave away" in the Mirror, several rtatlt changes

t It is to bo (hoped that the legislature will I road extended to Pensuoola, a quick and opment of its commercial requirements, and its secret proceedings. was when the New have taken place.On .

C appreciate! the great value of time and careful always available line will he open from New in a few years, if our harbors are properly York Tribune published the Washington January 11, Mr. "'. C. Dardcn, one of

k consideration of the more important Orleans to the Atlantic ports of Florida, improved, the commerce, will be very great. treaty The investigation was, as might our oldest citizens and a prominent merchant -
before it saving the long detour Montgomery: run The bill now on the House calendar, referring have been expected, fruitless. If the com died from meningitis, after an illness
measures especially those
I relating
f to finance and taxation. The limit for ning upon an air line through a level i and the claims of Florida for moneys expended mittee on privileges and elections has any of less than a day. Mr. D. had been i in poor

I I new measures" unless recommended receiving pleasant country, mild and equable in winter } in suppressing: Indian hostilities: has disposition! to inquire into ancient history, it health some time, but was actively engaged

t by the executive department should bet as well as summer. The tourist! then not yet been taken up, not having been might summon Senator Edmunds and ask in business, and had }but recently finished -
will be enabled to take both Florida and reached the calendar and motions
at least upon to him if his copy of the Washington treaty a fine store-room.
placed thirty days befor6 the close of
the session. There can be no excuse and no New Orleans in his route, and it will become suspend the rules only being in order on the bore any marks of having passed throughthe Fleming Bros have dissolved, )[r. Sam

necessity for members delaying the a favorite line of pleasure travel. Instead third Monday: of the month. Our representatives telegraph office, between the time that Fleming retiring.

of bills later than the middle presentation of the of entering Florida at its northeast will seek the first opportunity of he first placed it on the desk at home and Dr. Deans sold his new dwelling, and
t session. corner and seeing but a limited portion of advancing this important measure. The looked at it again several weeks later. will remove to Virginia in March
The committees
have time
must to
devote to their work and their careful it, the traveler will traverse its whole extent appropriations for public buildings at Jack The unterrified agitators in favor of wo A Mr. Lee, from Tennessee,has just moved
consideration and examination, on east and west, through the fertile and sonville and Pensacola, which have passedthe man's enfranchisement: : Stanton, :Misses into the house lately owned by :Mr. Hodg

much de- picturesque lands of West Middle: [ and East: Senate, arc also on the House calendar, Anthony, Cousins and others, have been son, and Mr. II. is building again nearer the
pends. The review of the
revenue system, Florida, and passing in twenty-four hours awaiting action, which, it ishoped, will soon holdinganother convention in Lincoln Hall, depot
especially requires rare and accuracy, The from the Mississippi[ to the Atlantic Immigration be hail and on yesterday thoy sat in thc Senate gallery :Mrs. Winecoff's! new concrete storeroomis
of other should be
systems states examined
\ will then naturally flowinto the State The handsome endorsement of Senator and saw disaster! overwhelm the little nearly finished, and is: quite ornament
the subjects and modes of taxation inquired
along the line of the road and the common Jones by the legislature of Florida gives resolution olTcred by the freshly-married to our place.

into, and tin earnest effort made to interests the State, east! and west, will be new strength to his }position! in Congress asa Senator McDonald) 1, in their favor. No one Our postmaster contemplates a new l business 1-

adjust taxation upon an eluall\llll just ba : bound and connected together as they never representative! Southern senator. His can'lIto li Anthony or Mrs. Stanton block, and :Messrs.! Dudley t Co., and
sis. When the weight of taxation is thrown
; habel'Jl, to their mutual advantage. great ability and high character coupled( without being impressed with thcability and G. M. Blitch expect to build in the near fu-
upon real estate, the natural tendency is to Trade, commerce and travel will combine to with courtesy of manner and tact in the capability of these: ladies ; but the efforts! of ture.

undervaluation. It may he stated as a safe give value to this extension of the roads to management of legislative busincssurc! highly the younger and freslmerchumipkous; are not One thing we need, and that is a good ho-
rule that real estate should not bear
more our western limits. appreciated the national capital, to the edifying. They talk too much with their tel. People write us: every day for stopping
than one-half of the total tax levied Per-
Looking next to the pCllillsular1'ortlonof great advantage of the :State he represents. InOll t hs. places, but there are no good; accommoda
sonal 'property, privileges, licenses, etc., the States we find the work development His ('oll'ngul'Ir.: Call, is busily engaged onI tions. A hotel of dozen or !M 0 rooms would f
should' bear the other half. As matter of I. MATTERS AT PARIS.
a going rapidly on. The completion of the important committees and
looking vigilantly pny.11 at this: point, and the party engaging
fact, personal property escapes taxation, to a Transit Road to Ocala, now so near com pic- after the interests ofhiiconstitllCllt8.: Acting. the Mirror in the business would find plenty of
the Editor
To t 1 :
large degree, owing to natural selfishnessand tionwillgive renewed life and to that as they do in entire
energy harmony, our senators PARIS, FUVNCK, January: 11, 1881. customers. The lakes near us are splendidfor
an imperfect system of assessment. This :, region, among the fairest and most fertile have the power (' exercised! ,to benefit the The first lot of engineers and gentlemen, wat'r.fowllU\l1 fish, and sportsmen could
can only be obviated by an assessor in each of our land To forward the workto :State.
carry forty-eight in all, connected with time euttimmg find plenty of game, if they had a good
election district and ward, who knows the Tampa first and afterwards to (Charlotte But little live weeks remain of
over now of t the Inter-Oceanic Canal, left Paris last place to stay at. Somebody, it is ]hoped, will
circumstances and property of his neighbors Harbor is the natural and urgent desire of the concluding session of this Congress look this chance.
evening en nmte for Panama. M, de Lessees up
and who would assess fairly, according the people of South Florida. With this With the of business
accomplished great }press! : remaining accompanied by several friends, took The orange trees were not hurt in the
to a true valuation, the property in his district a lino of railway communication to be acted it is to be feared that their
upon many leave of the travelers at the :St. Lazarc sta least: many not even shedding leaves,
The valuation of real estate shouldbe will exist South Florida will fall ;
for of
important want
connecting measures
tion. All seemed in a state of the greatest and those that did arc now putting on a newgrowth.
considered as fixed for periods of at least with the Atlantic ports in a few hours: and time, and it is quite possible that several of enthusiasm, and the train left amid repeated .

". four years. The reduction of criminal expenses a coast line extending around the peripheryof those relating to Florida not embraced in cries of "Vive La. France "Vive :M. do This place and vicinity will soon be an orange

is a necessity One obvious method the Gulf of Mexico from Charlotte Harbor general' appropriation bills: will share the Lesseps !I" The party left :St. Nazaire this and peach grove, with LeConte pears

.: of doing so we have before referred to, the to Oa1'C ton. Lookingthen to the immediate general fate. This Is unfortunate, as they morning in the Istfayctle, the vessel which and loquats quite a sprinkling.

trial of petty offences at once before a trial interests of our uwn peopletlmesearc the require a new introduction at the succeeding took out the first explorers, and afterwards I Our new nursery is fast making quite a

justice without delay. Summary proceedings two great objects to; he accomplished. With Congress, and, with the exception of the :M. lc Lesseps with the technical committee.M. show of young trees, and soon will be able

will save the expense of long imprisonment these great trunk lines completed, little difficulty advantage of favorable committee reports, : Louis Blanc was taken ill after Blan- to supply this section with the best varieties

'always a burden to the State, and will be felt in constructing shorter have all the ground to go over again qui's funeral yesterday, and his house was, of fruits adapted to this climate.A .

often an injustice to the prisoner. Witnesses and branch lines connecting with them. to-day besieged by eager inquirers after his.. big tank now at the depot, indicates!:! \.
T for the State before the circuit court shouldbe will tusk all 110RROWIXG 3IOXEY FOR ST.ITE
The work to accomplished health. Although lie was still! seriously in- that some gardeners propose to try the valueof
required to bo present only on the day the public and private means which can be PURPOSES.v di"posed this morning, the accounts are plenty of water for the garden and grove.

fixed for trial. The judge' should, on the enlisted for their construction. To the Editor of the Mirror: much more favorable to-night.. "'ind-niills some day will be as plenty in

'first day of the term, assign the time for all The extension to Pensacola will require at LAKE CITY, January 27. S[. Paul dc Cassagnac, having yesterday Florida as in Holland, and then gardens will

criminal cases. The time of grand juries and least the building of 150 miles of road and Senator W. Naylor Thompson is: always broken a lance on behalf of Cipriani, the pay. Hardly before.

petit juries could, doubtless, be much abbreviated from Ocala to Tampa about 100. For this found on the side. .of the people and good Italian who has just been expelled from A few items about gardens might not be

by system and the intelligent aid of work the United States has given its land, sense. He has again shown himself a statesman France for taking part in political l demonstrations amiss, and let me suggest; to your readers

judge and the State has the internal improvement and and a man of wisdom, by recording his the Intransiyeant indignantly denies that a few specimens of detailed experiments -

Our.State is now in a good financial condition. swamp and 0\'crflowellII\11l1s. If the Jacksonville vote against empowering the governor, to-day, that it docs not want any Bo- successes! etc., would bo a good idea.

S We must:: aim to ,keep,it so by having Pensacola & Mobile Railroad goes treasurer, and comptroller, to borrow moneyfor napartist allies. It sees in :M. de Cussugnac Last year was hardly a fair average for truck,
> the outgo confined within the limits of into strong hands they could aid in the tho State 'Wi cannot sec the good of "the incarnation of its hatred in the past," and yet some of us made it pay:

the income. Reform "is greatly needed, in work ; and, lastly the people of the sections increasing the State debt; we can !see the and begs him henceforth to count himself :Major Ed. Brewer-Six acres of cukes and

the details of expenditure. It would redound interested could give some' aid in labor and great harm and evil that will follow. There among its enemies in the present. Oppor- tomatoes, 501 crates, netted $SGS, pine land.

r greatly to the credit of the State if materials. Every prudent and legitimate arc many ways for decreasing the expense, tumMii and Imperialism are one and the Wesley Smith-One acre of beans, 182

we could still further reduce taxation. measures: should be adopted to promote and many for increasing! the revenues, with- same thing "(Jo, Monsieur de Cassagnac, crates, netted $130.73, pine land.

Reform is especially needed in the administration these great interests, but to give confidence out increasing the taxes ; and if our l legislators Gambetta is holding out his arms to receive Jerry Roach-Three-fourths of an acre of

t, of county affairs. The proclivityof to capitalists we must husband our resources : would exercise their talents in making you" M. Paul de Cassagnac; thanks M.[ cukes, 117 crates, netted $123.01, pine land.
commissioners to incur debt and and our broad basis of available the ways for running economically Col. of
county faithfully preserve many Henri Rochefort's journal for its disinterested Chas.Moseley ( )-One-fourth an acre

to make scrip appropriations, is one of the credit, and not devote lands indiscriminately our State government, and increasing advice, but asks its permission to waita of beans, 37 crates, netted $40.41, pine land.J. .

1. hardest things to control. It is importantthe to mere paper projects!:!, as has been donein the revenues without crippling the little before he throws himself into :M.Gambetta's C. Neal-Three acres of tomatoes, 200 ,

counties should get out of debt, and the past. Above all, our people should people, they would prove to their constituents arms. In an alarmingly cynical crates, netted $240, pine laud.

1 keep out of debt, and everything be reduced be united in the work, and feel that every that their confidence was not mis article, he taunts the extreme Radicals And when we take into account the fact

i to a cash basis. A larger number of county valuable improvement is: a benefit to the placed. The idea of borrowing money is with being always the lean ones of the Republican that not more than half the crop is mar

;\ commissioners, we contend, would increase whole State, and know no North and no abominable and ruinous, and we hope thatit party, and predicts that if ever they keted, we can brag a little on our high, dry

;1 responsibility and make them more amenable South, no last and no West, except to help will not become a law. It is against the get into office they will grow fat and lazy pine lands.,

to the people. It would, moreover, pre- I each other. policy of the Democratic party, and, as we like the rest. "Among you the lean alone After much delay and trouble, the doctor

\ vent a three to two majority voting for are of that party, wo condemn it. have principles, and that is the very reason has at last gotten enough seeds of the insect

'!tl large expenditures in the interest of special EDIZ'OnliIL COKll ESPOXDEXCE.WASHINGTON : T+x-I'AYEu. why they are lean. The fatter they grow powder plant, "Pyrethrum," from alma-

localities, and create a wholesome" criticism : July 24, 18R1. the faster do their principles( develop." M. tia, to plant quite a patch, and hopes, in a
\ and jealousy in respect to public affair As The committee on elections in the case of THE XATIOXAL- CAPITAL.DESPATCH do Cassagnac admits that he voted for the year or two, to at least head off the myriad

it is now, the county*' commissioners form a Bisbeer*. Hull, Second District of Florida, : OF BUSINESS IN CONGRESS-SEXVTOKEDMUNDS Plenary Amnesty, and defended M.[ Roche- caterpillars, cut-worms and bugs that so disgustingly -

close! corporation, seldom make public their reported in favor of Mr. Bisbce recently, : AFTER THE TOO ENTERPRISING fort against: Gaml>ctta, and M.[ Cipriani shorten \'egetablecrops as well
proceedings and furnish very rarely a state- and on the23d Inst the House afllrmed their JOl'RS.\L1ST&-\GT.\TOJ against )Andrieux, but calmly asks the as the cotton. SAGITTARIUS.

ment of the financial condition of their resolution seating Mr. Bisbee.:: Mr. Hull retires OF WOMAN'S: RIGHTS. Intrmtsi!cant if it is quite sure that sympathy
with tho esteem and respect of his: colleagues was his motive. "You are well aware Orange Lake Items.
f counties. To the Editor of the JlirrorVANmuNGTo :
entitled to high commendation that if I had (had word to it is The water i is higher in Lake
+ The largo majority by which the State and is \ ; D. C., January 2'!. a say you, Orange thanit
Democratic ticket was elected, and the preponderating for the faithful attention he has be- This has been comparatively busy weekin the chiefs, that I should have !shot down instead was ever known to be before.

Democratic majority in the stowed upon the interests of his constituentsin both houses of the national Congress, of the four devils who now sleep under The famous Club Grove, on the south end

legislature, places the responsibility of wise all matters relating to Florida He is and, while it is: believed an extra session the turf of the Paris squares, and whom of the lake, has been divided up among the

legislation upon the Democratic party. They especially to be credited for his intelligent cannot be avoided, its work will be considerably you had led on by means of the influence sliare-holders, or members, of the "Orange
successful advocacy of the appropriations which'education or talent bestows. No Lake Club." "
have the absolute control of legislation, and and lightened Congress: shall continue you
We trust required for the St. Johns river and its know well that there never could be any With the completion of the Peninsularroad
their responsibility. few
must meet at this rate during the remaining daysof
r 1 that this session of the legislature will bar and the entrance to Cumberland Sound. the session. The House passed the three sympathy between us, and if we ('\'crfotlow to the south side of Orange Lake, thereis

be notable for its wisdom, discretion and Ho procured the recognition of the St. Johns (cent funding bill and tho navy appropriation you it is as the sportsman follows the game." a "big.boom" in the vegetable business,

foresight in remedying existing defects and river in the appropriation for lighthouse per bill. The Senate {Kissed a brace of M. dc Cassagnac is frank and explains why and hundreds] of acres will be planted the

promoting wholesome legislation.OUR and beacons on inland rivers. His attention appropriation bills ; awarded $100Ot>utolfen ho helped to procure the return of the Com- coming season, where three years ago not a

to business, courtesy and industry, have Holliday, who claimed half a million ; settled nitnmists.Ve wanted you, and we keep vegetable was grown shipment.
} GREAT RAILROAD IXTERESTS. given him standiugand position in the House, the Kellogg case; made hasty adverse, you. I thought of you when voted for the There will be increase in the number of

and his retirement is i regretted by his Democratic : disposal of Senator McDonald's resolution to return to Paris. I wished to see you one day acres planted in corn in Marion county the

a The present seems to Lea propitious time for collt'agues.Ir.. Bisbee, his successor, I appoint a regular committee to consider the take the Chamber of Deputies by storm and coming season, and a large decrease in acreage -

t j ,t judicious development of the railroad system brings to the position the vantage of experience rights of woman ; debated the'Indian severally I hope that you will do !so yet." This article planted to cotton. Many planters are
a knowledge and acknowledged is evidently intended to exasperate the procuring rice seed with view
business a of
abun- good : ion trying
tI of Florida. Capital was never more bill and in executive(!< ,appointeda
and he will doubtless do all he IlJtrlwliOl.'allt. that crop instead of cotton.
and the general liquidation and reorganization ability, committee to investigate the manner in
dant, of the railroads. of the country can during the brief term of service remaining which the Chinese treaty was made (public. At a meeting held yesterday at the Elysee, Settlers are coming into the lake region
all the interests of his M. Jules Roche held forth as the championof rapidly! and along the lino
them in a sound and dividend paying to him to advance Since the invention of wires and cables, very of the I'e
.. lias put The days of receiverships is State and district. Among the most important ( the enterprise of the press has l left the oM.fashiol1l'tl11iplolllath.t Revolution against Helig <)J)." He advocated ninsular road from the lake to Ocala, lands

ts ? position.! roads: overweigh with of these interests are the appropriations in the lurch,and now, the !separation of church and state, are being secured, clearings made, and or-

fast disappearing been sold; out, passed into new recommended by the Engineer Department when our grave reverend,and somewhat superannuated the suppression of the stipends allowed to ange trees set! out. The fact that in the late

i x.14r debt have received new capital, have been repaired for the improvement of St. Johns river, St. House of Lords takes up for discussion the clergy, and declared that it would be freeze neither the trees nor fruit were damaged
hands, the entrance to Cumberland very pleasant for the city of Paris to re- shows conclusively that
bar Orange Lakeis
T equipped, and placed on a Johns in secrecy, this long longed-for treaty .
hewly (
business footing. Pound the improvement of the inland passage thl'are shocked to know that it has ceive 5,000,000 annually, a sum that could the place.
:# safe and sound the St. Johns uml St. Marys '" Alas whatan be derived from the religious edifices devoted
now arrived when a terminus between been published: in the papers. The celebrated "1>
UI111nett Grove"
perlochas has been
The various Imarborsund: rivers: on to the Catholic faith, which was not recognized
rivers and the traditions
reached of our railroad litigation affront to all the venerable of. sold to his
been excellency, Duca Telio
has Castellcncla.
liberal estimates of the Engineer by the jieople. M. Roche, however, -
favorable for the Gulf The Senator Edmunds, of Vermont,
outlook seems diplomacy. \ The duke is
the officer
and an in the Italian
owing to the large aggregate he moved that patronizingly declared that he wasn't one toprevent
these valuable arteries Department decidedly angry a and
uf was with his
rehabilitation army duchess, will make
the the various people"frown believing in dreaming
desired for or
of the amount to investigate the
It is anticipated committee be appointed Florida their
trade and commerce. nod during the winter and
of our constructing.being some of Jupiter or Mahomet.
of tbe8111)rerne works proposed which the treaty became public. :
that under the recent will be scaled means by he will give his attention to the grove he
of ,
roads will into new twenh'pth'c'mi1lion'i There were only four correspondent who has
the pass just purchased. The
court, Dummett is
to less how little
As showing damage was done grove
it be to put them down)' the committee on obtained copies of the documents, and it is be
will reputed to the
interest oldest
hands, whose about one-third. It by the recent cold, al,1111)miltl the winter and largest in East
and probably steal
half did not what
them I with I additional than fair to presume that they Florida has
la' complete re1mair, supply allll increase their use. would be more economical to give larger could be obtained for thea kingthere... As, has been generally in this latitude, it is ing, which; 3,500 sweet orange trees bear
rolling-stock. annual appropriations and complete the aforesaidare sufficient to state that the guava bushes are yielded 4,000 boxes of oranges:
each of the nmrn71Muitleuts
acid their business, order to obtain also, full of the size of marble laSt season. The duke will have laborers
(111ne works rapidly, but in that youngguavas a : ,-
mimeo the ex. more gentlemen, it is hardly prolable
1 noW bean eel of the ulI/aud lWbuue.Cummisi"ner.Le. brought from Sicily, who are thoroughly
All interests of all it i U the olicy
I enl acola .t the bupport they will reveal the sources from which they
conversant with
J'.sondUe to orange culture and the
the wimethiiw
"of :
naturally tit
ttuibion river committee their information, even though asSenator
Clmattahoochco derived Due is going to start an results
tli4 expected to induce
Mobile hoax la from Connecting with the great all rt'liortt'tfa'lftbl upon by the dejuirtment. Rdmunds suggested today, they experimental tea farm near Charleston.S.C.I from Sicily and Italy to come to many Florida.i families.
1 anti
to Texas,
leading west Into ...
trunk lutes

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EAST AX ACCOUNT FLOltll/.1 OP \ Groceries mid l-ro>-Isloim.! II IIJ ii. i:., Ei5inr GOODS AT NEW YORK PRICES 11

WITH A )J A. it. x vis.:
Sourunl.JUl'T SHIP CHANDLEll, I I{]ERNANDINA, FLORIDA: AT Tin.: rort'L.tK imv <;oous norsi: or I.

JOHN 11.\RTn\M of I'IIIt.ADELr111A, TlFM.KU IXProvisions -.J: & T.cYDD.._ ,I
notanl t to His Majesty Flue Fuulily Groceries"
Liquors, lltr.AUEXT .
for the Floridas: ; !

A Journey from UPON-: St. Augustineup FOR 1). F. VERY: & CO.'S PLOWS. AND DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, ,

the River :St.John PROVISIONS.Customers .
: NOTIONS AM> .. .\xc., UOODN.riim .
Sold by ,,'. Nicou., No. 51, :St. Paul's 52 tf FERNANDINA I FLA.MISS. JL
can rely upon getting CHOICE CANNOT Ill: UNDERSOLD.Large ; )) } .
ChurchYard, and WOODFVI.L, __._______ 1
Charin -Cro!' ANNE CI..11t1E: :, GOODS} ::, as shipments of 1..1XU 11'ITERO113 received weekly

[Price 17165.SIIRUn9 Shillings.:: ] ;:Wholesale and Retail. Orders: by mail receive prompt attention. '

ST. IHrr. CEXTKK Ai.vciirv New York dill f N..g 'or. Centre and Third
rnillllD ,
(( f. 1 -
NOTHING lll'T'1'I11:: FINEST: ]HRANDS\: } j J..l T. IC it n .
AM PLANTS. :Walker Street. j Fernandina) Fin.SANBORN .

The myrtle-wax shrub i"l. without doubt, FEUNAND1NA, FLA.,

the most useful of the spontaneous growthof .are. -kept. stuck--- -- & HOYT: \
America ; it is found in all sorts of soil, n\t.EH IX THEChoicest
J. I I. IJ I
and in such plenty in 1 tst-Florida, that :-:EI'OHTJI'I':1': ) : : : NEAR: CENTREnoi :: :,
Trulls und Vegetables
there hands enough to gather the berries
were \\ ."I\I.1: \M:- RFTMI.GROCERS 1
they could supply all England with
wax; the prucl''s of making 1"1"l'r 'simple i CONFECTIONERIES: Ere.: i I, Style, Fit, ; SHIP I CHANDLERS I : : f

they bruise the !berries, boil them in water !i
mi is' Garden SeetN, Flowers Farm and Comfort, \M:- 1'\1.1:11: I: IX
and skim the wax oil'hich, is ofa
naturally Garden Implements. 7 If
__._ : ___ _( t_ tp
bright colour, but be !bleachedlike _. .. I, .\:\II ; --
green may
-- i i / / --J i fCSl f\ {i i L111'1': : I'. rI
beeswax, and on account of its hardness .1NGEI: Ticn\i: Durability W11.-1-1'" ,.,.---- is well adapted for candles in hot conntries. f .,
A LARGE: STOCK OF) l'l'llxlT1'III.11.11'.11'5:: : :: ON HAND.FUICIIGOTT .
, Of the opuntia, or prickly-pear arc different :!-W-t '
species in ]:atat-Florida ; on one sort, i HOICK _

with a smooth leaf, is the cochineal insect, Groceries. Cigars\ and/ 'I'obac''os, ,
BENEDICT: & CO.Soufhuesf
found in incredible plenty : of the fruit of I .

the other species, is made a vegetable cochineal TOYS:; AND! l"t'YITH'U: *::;. j jWedding ,

which may be used in ordinary purposes I I ..

instead of the true cochineal.The ; Entertainments: and 1 Picnic:: Elating largely, increased my ('orucr of Itay and Tine Streets.JACKSONVILLE .
vines, the senna-shrub.: sarsaparilla furnished. at the hortct: notice, at roik-bot- ;I sleek" of Toot-wear, in both Hue "
China-root, wild indigo, water and imisk- tom prices, at j I 'f
ANGEL'S( : 1JAKERY. and medium grades, I am Mia* d
melons.are Indlgl'nou"Splunts of East-Florida. Cent t re :Street, I
j '
I cannot omit mentioning a herb of the "l:5 ._ (Ipp) 01.11'. 0. liuildinj; I bled to place before inj customers FLOKIDA ,

growth of Mast-Florida of which, as yet, i a icry large, assortmeiit of ,

very little notice has bien taken, notwithstanding P')" ... it Ya ,. Hoofs and Shoes made by UK

the great advantage that may be most and skilled
derived from it : this herb resembles: entirely
LOHMANN'S: workmen. These <:oods. Mere .
our samphire in Kngland, and is: called A.1v.
barilla or kaly ; it is the same ot'which in purchased for CASH, and are :
FAMOUSI'repared Tor the }DDDD) ) RRRR: YY YY (!(;JGGJ(l OOO OOf)( < ))I I:4) ) :;: ak
made in exchanged
:Spain' the pearl-ashes: are the man I only Slaneeo11a11o(1lty.
ner as the kelp in :Scotland: ; the seacoast, Tlour. 'I'hls111 be deem* )Dp)) )1)1))) }m Rli: YY YY GG;(l GO (OO OO ((1) OO) DD) )) )DDSSGG )) : I II

marshes, and low-lands overflown at high ed a pleasure after ,seeing. examining )I)) DDRRRR) ] YYY 00 OOOO) OODD) ) )) )DD :SSSSSSGG ; ': :; I!
tides:!, arc covered with it here in Florida.Al'UI.LS. DD))) DDRR I RR YY (GGG'( 00) 00 00) (0))1)|)| ) )) SS '
and learning/, what DDDDD I))))})) RR RR YY o// (:jHHI;( OOOOO/ 00000 )DDDDD)))( ) ) SSSSSSSGGGGG : ,
extremely low prices these \1
There is: no animal of this: country better 'Is

worth mentioning than the deer, which is floods are olk're(1.

found in great plenty ; the deer-skins arc, ?3"My slock of (.EN'1'I.1MEN'S: : : d

at present, the only article of exportation of G-tf' AT OLD P. O. IIUILDING. TiTltIS1IIJOOI/S Is worthythe +-:H-V+(:++CARPETS I I\lATT 1 NG S,::a+++:.. '

EastFlorida.The! _. .
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attention of those 1
is found in the savannahs "; '
or C. n.'ItT. II. Inn: :
natural meadows, in the interior parts of C. ItAKT A CO., line
East-Florida: the peculiarity of the American and jfif Orders left to my selection :FLOOR OIL CLOTH S !O'iO. ?!W1N1HW SHADES.
buffalo is: that instead of hair, it is: covered Importers Wholesale:: Dealers in will receive careful and prompt I

with line frizzled wool.
Foreign" unit DomesticTrulls attention.
The bear America is considered not as a J. H. PRESCOTT

fierce, carnivorous, but as an useful animal; Nuts, ('h'., LATEST NOVELTIES: : IN
l-m;! Teriuiiidina Flu.IIFLP .
it feeds in Florida upon grapes, chestnuts, ++ '**
acorns, &0. It is: reckoned very good food, Nos. 55, 57 and Market! Street YOFRSKIA'ES; by ; ++I I'+*I!
especially the bear hams, &c. CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.JTJf : ;MONIJY( f : when a { _: t___: fL:.+_ .++:.+L:++ -4-+:.+...::++ ++ 1+ ++ ++__++ .4::: :::.. f

The racoon is: a species of the bear, but chance is (uttered thereby wup' keeping *.
Consignments of FLOKIIH OIUXOK.S l'o'ertfl'OlI\ your door those: who always ;: : DRESS GOODS SILKS CASHMERES 1:1::
smaller; he is of the size and colour of a take advantage the good, hances for making ,
solicited, and prompt returns made. (i.5-Gm: .. _. _. .
badger, and is esteemed very delicate eating. money t that are ottered) generally become -.. .+----.+-. ....-----++.++-'-+*-_-*-+---++". ++- -+*-.-J>+. -.+* ++-.+ '++ .'++ --++- +. +-++ ++ -;.. ,:
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1 Hares are very plenty, but not bigger thanan "'. It. n.\UnXJU"I', wl'ulth'hile those who do not improve i++i., >I:;!
such chances remain in poverty. We want ++ +, ;
English rabbit. AGENT, many men, women boys and girls to work 1'
I have mentioned but a few of the most WHOLES.\LE AND RETAIL for us right in their own localities.! The CLOAKS, ULSTERS, SHAWLS and FLANNELS. \'
useful of wild animals: (if we except the AND STOCK DEALER, business will pay more tla:1Itl'n: \ times ordinary
BUTCHER "'e furnish. outfit .
moose-deer and beaver) East-Florida has all ANDDealer wages. an cxpon.sive
and all that you need, free. No one whul'ngllg1
the wild animals common to America; in lee. fails to \IIakllIIIIl'Y rapidly.
though I must acknowledge, that the.skins TENNESSEE; UEEF: A SPECIALTY; You can devote your whole very time to the ()PH Mneii Ucpartmcnl COMPLETE( : : IN 1'.1'IIt5l'lUi': : : I:
Our GREAT i C CARPET: : SALE: commenced I the 'M of this month t,
of those of the fur kind are of little value, UROOM STREET WHARF, work, or only your spare moments. Full on Over BOO
19-tf FERXANDINA, FLA. information ant( all that is 11lt'cJlIl'lIt free. I different designs of Itrusscls, and Wool Carpets are now o/fcred/ at
the climate hot for them.
being too kv
Address STI.NKON t:: (Jo.. l'ortlaud.lfai11c. II i
As to the domestic: animals they are, in ----_. -- ...-- -- .-- ..---.- ---
general, the same that we have in Europe; STRICTLY NORTHERN .PRICES.. :',
the horned cattle as big as in England, especially t

in the inland parts. .. NICE: HlWI'4.'iJor.'iHI'r: ] :; from 75 ('t... upwards to #I.IO. 'j,
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WOOL CARPKTS; from tl3 .t... to 1.25.
The horses are of the Spanish breed, of I ( #
seldom up.)
great spirit but little strength ; they are
above 14 hands high: the Indians here, latest designs of FANCY ;MATTINGS( Rest gradcH of' White and Checked.Window ,
00 Shades made to order material 'in Ill culoffl. In
by mixing the Spanish breed with the Carolina ( ordering singly _
have excellent horses, both for service I .: state color and dllllc1slo1'OH I<:]':'i MAD110; ; ORDKR.( : FINE; LACE: CURTAINS "
of new designs.)
the l Kid (ilo'cs, all colors and qualities (two to nix 'buttons).
From the great plenty of fine mast, :
bogs grow here to an uncommon size; I !
their flesh is fatter and better than in any ;' Z FOR CARPET.]; ,
other 0'1 I I jjrtrHotel and IBourdlak-liousc Keepers will find our priced exceed,

country.Sheep Rail Steamer and Sail SHEETINGS.: PILLOW-CASING I TAULK DAMASKS )
imglyrearonnbleauldselectinngnand J.
J By -
: goats, and caprittos, thrive herevery [ ,
i (white and colored)), })OYInAI'KI H, CRASHES, GLASS LINENS: in
well, but must! be secured at night _
ujO large varieties.Corsets.
against the wolves and foxes, till the countryis
better settled. I ". Laces, Silk Ties, Silk lIallldlu.rt'l.I-lah'l'ot designs' at .

BIBDS. A LARGE STOCK OF I very reasonable figure
Florida, on account of its climate, has a i FI'RNTmtE: CHINTX and JtEI'I'H: : FANCY TASSELS; ]: GIMP und FRINGE;

great variety of birds; immense numbers J TO MATCH.

migrate thither in winter, to avoid the cold oV I rZ GENTS: CASSIMERS, JHJ-'iKJN'H, JEANS: CAKSIMERS' FOR HOYS' AVEAR, '

of the northern latitudes. In the wood are CLOAKINGS. niUVERH.LADIJvS' ; .

plenty of wild turkey, which are better Z } : and MISSIES' uNDERv1: ':5'Cs-all sizes: and gruclt'H, from flu .tll. up to

in tasted England., as well as larger than our tame ones I IFIJJINITIJ1E [ $..(N)). Also a lot of RED FLANNEL: UNDERSHIRTS: ; for Indies-fine grade. f '

The pheasant- is in size like the European, f& Our Gents' Furnishing Goods is Complete in Every Respect.- &ll .n'/o

its plumage like that of partridge. The It I III iinjtosMible!!! fur us to mention[ every article we "have fur suh, but every Imaginable

American partridge is: not much bigger thana r: -\SIJ- i article usually kept in u FIItST-CLASS; DRY (ESTAW.ISHMENT} : : can IK V

quail, and seems to be of that ppecies. flJ\l1l\lln our )House. ?'.

The wild pigeons, lor three months in the I I i-Special attention paid to Orders, und Correspondence.' p,

year are in such plenty here, that an account o GENERAL 3IERCIIANDISE.i Call or address I"
of them would seem incredible. Fllltl'llGOi"r' IU:. I'UJJ'r: A ('O., .
All the different sorts of waterfowls belonging I, I II I' K OMJm Corner of lay (\\II11'11\c f4tf't.tll, f"
I n.
America (the swan excepted) are I

found here in the greatest abundance. I '- -.
Captain Kendrick came up from Jacksonville Z ; H0
this wyek with a I'ru"'pl'.tin;; jmrty of -
six, among whom we were pleased to meet :
with Mr John these liryson lIIalIitkellt, who is perfectly lakes tairrounded delighted .L1::: i! CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. !!i r-< TlCOI'J.U. uud 111J11.1'1tO1'l.11.: ritrir! TIIII..S: nit: 'ID. 1

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with He it isdecidedly 1'01' ullcll\'laU.aUIX: : : siiiirnsnud ..o"'I.n.XTH.: .
a high rolling country. NIp
the best rtion of Florida he has h3
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yet visited and he ha l been on every railroad .1
and navigable stream in the State. NJ-W AND CHOICE VARIETIES: : Iludded Orange TreeM MADE. : A SPfX'IALTY. 1
lIe thinks Lake Harris, with its IIcturt'loilue I ..
feceuery.U the handsomest lake in the Union. ._: ... .__. _. --- f.
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He Is sneaking smugly of building$50OUO) -- .#r Send for Ut'HCri.tivC' Catalogue. -
hotel at Yalaha. With'its com maJ1llihj.t viewof .\14111:nT I. HIDWELr: ,.
the lake, it would make the finest winter SA BORN & JrOyrr: :
resort of the :State.: -Leetburg Advance. 1 tr JACKSOILLE:: FLA.

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: ttENEii.iL DIRECTORY; -- .
I Ann COUNTY. :J Chllcctm')1 Rct'clluc-"r. 1[. Warring, Mad
''cl United State Ofllocrs. County, Judge-.\. Whitlock, City i ison. 1SB'0. ,1 's" 188J..
Clerk-A. A. Stewart, Titusville. Assessor of TIIJ'cs-H.\ D. \\'al sworth, Mad[ I ,. r.' ". .
r.: LAND OFFICE, OAt FSVILLE.ti : Assessor. of Taxes J. 1). Stewart, Titusvillc. i son.
: rcgi.4fer-Tn A. Barnes! Gainesville. Collector of Rct.c/wc-P. M. Platt, Lake Jes- MANATEE: COUXTY.County > '
Receiver-John F. Rollins, Gainesville. sup, Orange County. ,T ,
Judge E. M. Graham
l' Surveyor-General-lj. D. Bali, Tallahassee. dull Superintendent" of Schools Alexander Tin- (,'lerk-Robert S. Griffith, Manatee.[ THISFLORIDA
Luke Vie,,.
DISTINCT count. Sheriff WIll C. Hayman, Pine Level. '
Judge--Thomas !Settle, Jacksonville CLAY COUNTY. ARScSar of Taxes Win. I''. Parrish: Par- ". .
Marshal-J. I!* Durkee, Jacksonville County Judge\\'nt. Peeler, Green Cove rlsh.
C7 Clerk-O. A. Buddington, Green Cove Pine Level ,
S INTERNAL REVENUE Springs. Superintendent, ; of 8rllOol.-l-'elix J. Seward,
aJl/ector-Dennis Eagan, Jacksonville. S//eriff-Jnmes W. DeWitt, Green Cove Pine Level

1 John W. Howell Assessor of Tarrt-Win. Conway, Kingsley. Cornets J.
Fernnndina. Judge- M. Mel[ n tosh, Ocala.
Edward Hopkins, Jacksonville. Maxville.Superintendent Collector. of. Revenue'm., S. Plummer, CIt'rk-I1.'. Long, Ocala. MIRROR
? John F. House, St. A\i ustine. Sheriff 1'.1). l'oosc'rOmla.
J. M. Currie, Cedar Key. Middleburg. of 8c"0018P.. Geiger, Assessor of Tares-Thomas Barco, Cotton .
"11"\ / COLUMBIA COUNTY. Collector Rt'I'c/wc-l-'relll'rick N. For,
? / State Officer County Judge-W. M. Ivcs! Jr., Lake City. Ocala. *
: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City. Superintendent of Schools-II. C. Martin,[ ,
,O/t'crnor-'Vm. D. Illoxham, Tallahassee. Sheriff J. W. Perry; Lake City. Fort McCoy
Lienfcnant-Oovcrnor-Livingston W. Bethcl ,Assessor of TIrres14.V.1i vers:Lake City. M' NfllC COUNTY
Tallahassee. Collector of Tares-fhm. W., Lake '
County J"lc-l'ha, Baron, Key <'st.
Secretary of Stale-John L. Crawford, Tal City. CIcrk-Jnhn Sitchor, Key West.Sheriff .
lahassee. Superintendent of School/*-Julhispotsdamcr, Richard) ( Curry, i key West. -ST'EA.lV.-
Comptroller"'. I). Barnes, Tallahassee. City. AMMor; of Tares-Walter C' Maloney( Jr., -
I TrcIMItrer-Henry A. L'Englc, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. Key \\ e.' Attorllcv-Ocllcrlll-O'orge 1'. ltuteyTatla- County Judyc William A. McLean, Jack Collector of 74Viw? c-Walter C. Maloney( ,
hassee.Commissioner. sonville. Jr., Key West.Superintendent! .
of Land*-Hugh A. Corley, Clerk-Thomas'E. Backman, Jacksonville. : ; of School*-J. V. Harris, I Key
Tallahassee. S"criffU rillh Bowden, Jacksonville \\ est.i .
Superintendent of Public Tntt ruction-K. K. Assessor. of HUT*-Daniel I'. Smith, Jack i NASSAU COUNTY.County .

Foster, Tallahassee.AdjutantGeneral sonville. / .ltu1uv-Hinton J. Baker, Fcrnanuina. -
-J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Collector of Revenue Ten ry A. L'Kngle} I / -
Commissioner of ImllligratiOl&r. !Scth Tacksonville. Clnk-C. W, Maxwell( Fernamliiui.
French, Jacksonville. Superintendent of School*-Albert J. Russell i Sheriff=Peter Cone, Fcrnandina.AesortifTare VN tN,

SUPREME: COURT. Jacksonville. I *-Vfm. II. Garland< HAMILTON: ('OCoST!. naiidina.Collector. I
Chief Justice-]:. M. Randall, Jacksonville. ,
.1RsociateJu.Ytkc-J,1Vestcottjr.Tallahas- CO/wly.T/ulyc-IC'nry J. Stewart, Jasper. i of Rt'VC1I11C'arr11 }o'. Scott, For-
see. Clerk-Robert S. Stewart, Ja Associate Justice-II. B. Vnii Valkenburg, Sheriff James )[. Duncan, Jasper.: of.':jcwolsA.. Mahoney( ysls
Jacksonville. Assessor of Tares-J. T. Cooper, Ancrum. Callahan. .all
Clerk-C. II. Foster, Tallahassee. Collector of RCI'clllle-J. 1'. B. Goodbread; OIt.\"lI l'Ol'NT\
lentos Columbia County. County Judge-R. L. Smmncrlin, Orlando. O tlIH
Superintendent of Schools-Joshua II. Rob Clerk-J. P. Hugliey. Orlando.
:I':I Circuit-Augustus I':. Maxwell, Pen- erts, Ancrum. Sheriff-Thomat W. Shine, Fort Reid. r 0
7acola. ARses.orof Taxes-John C. Bryon, Haw,
Second 'ifcui-Dnvi_ S. Walker, Tallahas HKRNANDO COUNTY. kinsville. III ih ,Ju, ,
County Judge"'. L. Frierson, Brooksvillc. Collector oj'lel'CI/IIC-Xat./ Poyntz, Orlando.
see.Third Circuit-V. J. Vonn, Madison. Superintendent of Schools-John T. Becks,
Fourth Circuit-ll.'B. Archibald, Jackson. Clerk-J. C Law, Brooksville. Fort Reid
ville. Sheriff .!. B. :Mickler, Brooksville. TAYLOR COUNTY. I I..
Fifth Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines Assessor of Tares-'''. M. Garrson, Brooks
ville. N. Cox, Perry.Sheriff' .

ville.Sixth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa. Collector of Ret'ellltc-P. M. Townsend, -:Thomas John M. Faulker Osteen: Perry.Clerk Perry.: I_

Seventh Circuit-W. Archer Cocke, Sanord. Brooksville. Vann .
Sr/wols-E. .
Superintendent of Schools-Dr. S. Stringer, of Perry.County
Brooksville. Treasurer-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
Court Calendar.THIRD County SSrrreyor-D.' N. Cox, Perry.
CIRCUIT. HILLSIIOROUOH COUNTY. Collector' of Ret'cll1lc-John C. Calhoun,

Spring Term- County Judge-II. L. Crane, Tampa. Perry.
Taylor, 2d Monday in April. Clerk" l11. C. Brown, Tampa. Assessor of Tares-Win. II. Parkerl''rrr.
Madison, 3d Monday in April. Sheriff>. Isaac Craft, Tampa.Assessor ST. JOHN'S< COUNTY.
Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. of Tares-L. ((1. Leslie, Tampa. County Judge-M. ]L. Cooper, St. Augus ==BOOK ..P1NnJOB == "
Suwannee, 1st Monday after 4th Monday Collector of Rct'c/llIC-'V. P. Buns, Tampa. tine.
In April.Columbia. Superintendent of Schools-II. L. Crane, Clerk Bartolo F.'Oliveros, St. Augustine.::
2d Monday after 4th. Monday Tampa. Sheriff/ A.'N. Pacetti St. Augustine.; :
in April. JEFFERSON. Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham. St.
Lafayette, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in County; Judge-A. C. Whitner, Monticcllo. Augustine.! '
April. Seri'V.. Z. Bailey, Monticcllo.Clerk Colkelor'if RCI'clllle-Joseph P. Lhunbias
'f: Fall Term- -W. B. Lamar, Monticello. St. Augu>tine.
.J. Taylor, 2d Monday in October. Superintendent of Schools-J. B. Christie, Superintendent of Sthools-Thomas! A. P.icctti -
Madison, 3d Monday in October. Monticello. St. Augustine. .
Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. County Treasurer-W. A. ,Yo Simmons, HUMTER COUNTY.
Suwannee, 1st Monday .after 4th Monday Montic l1o.Cullcctor PRINTING HOUSE
1 in October. of Ret'clluc.-.TlIs'ph Palmer, Mon Coiu lyudllehfenry S.Cassidy!::, Lcesburg.Clerk ,,
Columbia, 2d Monday after 4th Monday ticello. -Thomas J" Ivey, Lecsburg.Sheriff .
.. '-J. 8: DyWics! ,' Ix-eJ-burrf.
Grantham Monti-
October. Assessor of P. ,
i Lafayette, Monday after 4th Monday in cello. Assessor of Tares' -Joseph Hutchinson,

"h October. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. Lcesburg.Collector of Rel'Cllllc-Jol111 W. Dychcs,
FOURTH CIRCUIT. County Judge-'''. J. Dixon, New Troy. Ix-eshurg.

:t' Spring Term- Sheriff=J. J. Johnson, New Trov. Superintendent, of School.+-II. H. Duncan,
r St. John's. 3d Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New 'I'm)'. Lake Grilllii.

1, Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Sperintendent of/lOolI-J. C. Ramsey, New BUWANNEE< COUNTY.Cotutty .

"' nradforlli 1st Tuesday in April. Troy. New / Jttdgi Michael A. Clouts, Live Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
... Tuesday,in April. County Treasurer-J. J. Painter, Troy ,
Nassau 3d( Tuesday in April. Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp, New Oak. -- : '
Duval, :3d Tuesday in May. Troy. Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
y Fall Term- Assessor of Ta..rcsW. W. Cottrell, New Sheriff-John R. Sessions, Live Oak. 'j
St. John's 3d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. Assessor of Ta..rclIII.. Sessions:' "'ct- ',-"

4th Tuesday in September. LEON COUNTY born.
r Bradford, 1st Tuesday in October. 'County Judge II. C. Rippey, Tallahassee. Collector of Revenue-Robert F. Allison,
Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. Sheriff A. Moscley, Tallahassee. Live Oak. "
,Nassau, 3d Tuesday in October. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee. Suiierintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones,

Duvul, 3d Tuesday in November. Superintendent of Se/lOu18-Henry N.Felkcl, Live Oak. VOLUSIA COUNTY.County .
Term- Trt'a8urcr-J. L. Demilly, Tallahassee.: Judge-Fred. I. LnlVnoticrc, En- .
Collector of Rt'1.'e/llte-C. C. Pearce, Talla terprise.
Sumter 2d Monday in March. '
Clerk-John ,, Dickins, Enterprise.
Marion.. 3d Monday in March. hassee. h' Cone,
". Assessor of lares-Jt. A. Shaine, Tallahassee Sht'rijf-W. Enterprise.
4th in
1st Monday
Alachua, Monday I
Assessor of Tare*-Benjamin Richardson( ,
:.t Levy, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in LEVY COUNTY. Enterprise.Collector of Rt't'ellltc-JlIhn B. Jordan, De-
:March. County Judge-W. II. Sebring, Bronson; Land.

Putnam, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Superintendent of Schools-James: II. Chan r -._, ._-.. -. ,..
March 'SIeriffU.. Finlavs'on Bronson. dler, Enterprise.1YAKULLA. '.
Fall Term- Assessor of Tares-J. M. Willis, Bronson. .
", Sumter, 4th Monday in October. Collector of Ret'C'wJohn C. McGrcw, COUNTY. 0-
Marion, 1st Monday. after 4th Monday in Bronson. County Judge"'. T. Duvul,Cruwfonlville.Sheriff f
:l October. Superintendent of Schools-Joe. F. bhands, :=\V. II. Walker, Crawfordville.
Alachua, 3d Monday after 4th Monday in Bronson. Cfcrt<< Nut. R. Walker, Crawfordville.Superintendent .
October. MADISON COUNTY. of Schools-John L. Craw
Levy 1st Monday after 4th Monday in County Judge-R. M. Withcrspoon, )[ndi- ford, CruwfurdvilK Having added NEW TYPE ANI) NEW PRESSES to our office, and having
November.Putnam. son. County Treasurer-" T. Duval, Crawford
2d Tuesday after 1st Monday in Shtriff T. II. Willard Madison/ ville. SKILLED WORKMEN who know how to use the same, we are now
December. Clerk-John M. Beggs. Madison Elector
SEVENTH CIRCUIT. Siiperintetulent of Schools-E.} S. Tyner, fordville.Assessor. of 7 U'f8-UCO. F. Register, Craw prepared to do any and every kind of printing J
y Spring TermVolusialst- S. Smith Madison.v fordville.CURES .
Monday in May. County Treasurer--S. .. .. ,- _,-'-'- ,- -. -- .-- ,
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Brevard, 2d Monday May. --
t Orange, 3d Monday in :May. I
?g Dade, 2d Monday in June. v -
Fall Term-
's., Volusia,1st :Monday in November. ,
Brevard, :2d Monday in November. W
f Orange, 3d Monday in November. ::2 FROM? A
: Dade, 2d: Monday in December. 111cI 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARDs ,
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.; County OHlcerw.ALACHUA i'r <
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,r Gmnty Judge-Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- p 1Jg CG LUNG PAD

: vine Clfrk. -J. A, Carlisle, Gainesville. : :a FQY TR40E LRaag'

/u'T'iff-John '''. Turner, Gainesville. :5 CJ
1 .. A".f"Jlor1 Ta..rea-J. M. Dell, Gainesville. BY ABSORPTION (NATURE' WAY)
3 t; Wlector of Rt''t'IIUG.I'.Thomas, Gainest YOU HACK -.\ C HI: ,\ Neatly ami as" C'hcap as" any Oflloo in Tlorida.

viper CURE diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder i.i\; is i\sr.s.:
Be/woll-O. A. Myers,
Gainesville..Superintendent of and Urinary Organs, by wearing theIMPROVED' .ALT I, TIIICOAT IISE.ISES, '

County Judge-Jno. 11. Herndon.&anderson. 4 ';" :..-:. :
1 C'ln'k-I'" J. Pous, Sanderson.Sheriff ;,. PAD.It It DRIVES: INTO the system curative r ; ,,4u ::'..,\ ,' 1;"'\."
and medicines.It .. .>' ... .. "
: J. C. Williams. Sanderson.Aeor agents healing ,.. ., ; <-" \
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of Taxes-K. G. Rogerson, San- is a MARVEL:[ of HJU J.1XO and Ill:- DRAWS FROM tht'di\'ust"l partstbe ::. . der'sou LIEF SIMPLE.: SENSIBLE: : I'HIUn.PAINLESS : ', |l'oi!!lJ\\1I that cause death.ThousumU : I :i ;.- ,
..\ ctor of Revenue-lUchard Kennedy, and POWERFUL It CURES: ; testify to its virtues. I r !;"

Darb\'ille. where all else fail:*. A REVELATION:[ and YOU CAN BE RELIEVED AND fTRED.} .: '. ; d'
SuperiatcntlentofSchoob-Vr. Hampton, REVOLUTION In Medicine. Absorption ", ", >
]\un'( dopair until von have tried this sonMble. ': '
t-d to unsatisfactory -
Oluskee. direct medication, as opi( *
.. BBADFOUD COUNTY.Cvuuta or internal medicines. Send for our oasiiv applied! mutt RADICALLY( EF-:
Judge-J. R. Richunl, Providence. treatise on Kidney troubles sent free. Sold FIXTl'AL: Remedy. 3-in Ion t Mini! your orders for PRINTING, BINDING null RULING to offices outside '
Clerk-Henry 1". York Luke Butler driifrjrists or sent by mail on receipt of "Sold! h\ I Druggists: or sent by mail on receipt 1
Jlt''iff-W. W 'fuJl blil1. Starke..lueuoe ; price'I'WOIOLL.11iSS bv Address uf prize, TWO DOLLARS. by the State. Orders for citheru ill rmive prompt attention from us. Address
Talcs Lake TUB "OSL y" LIM PAD ('n",
-\, J. McKinney,
.. of THE "ONLY" LUNU PAD C n., Williams Block.lMn J
Butler LVIlor qf Rerenue--Alfrwl D.Cone, Lake William Detroit Blork., Muh.AflThis it, Mkh.Send VLOltIIIIIUtoU.; .
jr ,- for tfstiinonluls and book .f .
'- > our '. .. fyx .
Butalrr.intumdcnt ScAcoz-c. n. Harrison, I i'i the original and genuine Kidney three: Millions a Year" Soulfrev. 61, .U)' .. "
?.f. Pad.. Ask for it and! take no other. FEBXANPINA, FLAft'l -
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sTirx1lls.Brnlfortl.: 15. E. McConlhe:, of Jacksonville! 0, T.
ilea itate.: ProfVsHioiinl! and IlnsliirHM!' Card!' II. J. BAKER fc BRO.
--- ----.- ------- R. E. I). Dawkins! of Jacksonville! 0,

\ Rt. Rev. John } of Archer (I. C.
Orange: tfl'l''IlIrC!' not materially injured i Perry, ,
T\ENT1ST, :215 PEARL STREET: NEW YORK, this section by thacold. Only very tl'IHh'rII1ots Tho following \is! a list of the appointed\
n-------+,tI Fourth St., bet. Centre 1111l1.\I\dlUa, appear nipped, and most of the tree I :!'! grand ofllecrs : )
may shed!' the leaves. Our land are not or 1.1.11'.1.: R. Plummer, n. C. H. '

I A IUSNIKAIIM HOTIL: I 43 tf FERNANDINA, FLJAV.M. \ Manufacturers of the highland coarse sand clas, consequcntl!' ; E.: Marcus Ends: (, of Gainesville, n. 1' H.

_. + the !'temperature\ i b* pretty uniform during 1-::. James! F. (Clark of Jacksonville! (J. R.
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11. ('. iruvii: .
-i-C11EMl.tL: : ,.'J.atTII.1 Z Ints.1 .--+- winter, and the trees are not renderei A. C.

Situated directly on the Railroad, r\ENERAL: : COMMISSION MERCHAN'JCKSTKK too sappy in short warm !spell' Our fruit 1 I':. Herman (II1glnlkl.? n. M.'U: V. It

growers need not feel discouraged, but rather E. M. T.. McKinney" O. M. :2d V.

IN ONE 01-' THE ST., \F.\n R. R. Iht'\lT. more hopeful: the severe cold kills out U.: T. F. Johnson: of Key West!' O. M. IltY.

FERNANDINA, FIJ _------ injurious!' insects, and gives healthier tom ,
,. HEALTHIEST! PARTS OF FLORIDA, W ;\xa .t\' W to all life, animal and vegetable. l''l'rlllhll1HtrcII l E. John Penny of Archer, O. C.E. '. 1

Hay, Corn, Oat*. bud ot the writer's, put in las t :. Milton N. Parcells, of Jacksonville):! (J.,
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address 1 July, are not apparently hurt, and we bolieve ( .- I'nion.;
For particulars .\. W. IIICKRKM., JNO. T. WAI.Kl'.l,
.. with Colonel Hanlee, that the prang W.\l.nn n. \ .ATE$. ;;: '1.X 11 It" :
---- will stand zero when the sap is i not Ill''l'< :

53-tf Fla. 10CKRELL( : WALKER ,t YATKS: prophesy a full\ fruit crop next season: a* tin many I1gr l'nltllrallrulhlC't8 which do well

result of t the late freeze.-Mr.1 Noon Wainwright inIbltcn/ county M one which is I1I1IHlstl'lIlinI
Tim i'i.oitu Ar (COl'K mu.r.l.K :n, Jacksonville,) .\ :Most( Superior Article:, under our own .
I a well known and reliable citieiIhing neglected by our flr1l11'rl-nt\l1: that

AND AND] iMMIGIlAT1ON[ ( -COMi'A'l' .Attorney and ('onns'llol's'FElX. :Special: }1' on southwest shore of Sampson Lake, is rice. This stapleaitkIt' of food grows and

L : gathered! in 1871)) :\1'JOO, pound of l'l',11'lIttln matures to perfection here, as was demonstrated t

OFFERS: : .\ IIIX.\) FLA.OlHce on three acres: of cow-pen land. No other: I last year by Mr. T. I.. Wllrtlllllll ..Ir.

fl'rli1izcl''II'l'!' u-ed. Thl''lIll1l' of tin croj) John 11'yatI.Ir.11'nrd had fourteen acres! :

(;00.000c'I'C'* adjoining; (Clerk( of the Circuit CourtWAMT.H y. COMPLETE MANURES 1 on I throe acres wa* S'J'-:!."*, or $";> per acre.Gootl planted in rice, which madensplendidyield.' ,

; commercial fertilizers pay n liamNium; Mr.Wyatt had three acres: and has sold o\er
Of the most, I R.: YATI.S Public. (Iii l 4t
: ; Notary per cent on itlH' llIll'lIt. The truth of Mil- one hllll.IIlloll..l1d.., besides: that consumedby

ACCESSIBLE AND DESIRABLE1ASHS } : o. s. <>.\ Ii IS.: Fou EVKKY FARM CHOP: has: been demonstrated time and again h$' the family and employe., mid what ho

lIltI'l'h'l'IIIl'IdtlzClI: \ Da\id.lones, whosi: ha reserved for future use. We have thosuccess

IX TilE "10NTRA1TOR: : ) AND: BUILDER.! ; Prepared: on scicntillc principles to suppl;;' farm lie: just outside the corporate I limits oStarUe. of I the fanners: of I the county at !heart

:STATE OF)) FI.OIUDA I: :: Mr. J. tells\ : that (this land: yield- and would be more than glad. to see them
the exact plant food for each! crop, sans:
M I VM I r.\t1TtI I ( : :
t about double the usual amount I in cotton Ill.r:1I'1'l' prosper mid do well, but we do not believe

At only $1.25: per acre to new settlers, will fOt'1.III\C: ;": IJI5AC: : ( KF.TS.: :: :':.\ \\'EII ANITFRNF.D to I produce large yield* per acre. with 'I.\ll"llIlIll"\( good\ m IVrttlizer they can I'vertln so a* long a* they plant

the privilege of "election in parcels!: of 40( :: : IJAI.rsrKRS.; : :: :NEWELS: I to the acre.- -Stork? Tclr/"nph., nothing but oll.-fJuinry\ .S7,trtr.
or more. These lands ;are 11I'all'llon :STAIR: : RAILS: WOOD( EAVES-: :::
TJllt: '( i SIlEATIMNt: :: : : !, .Uu> DIHI.f.lW: IX nil rut. 1.1'l'",
the line of
and adjacent to \\1\1'11: EI:1:0.\: : 1:11.: The work of building\ piers, warehousespassenger A RISINO: Tows.-Mr. John Parson, ono

ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST 1NDUTRANSIT \ INiM: ( :I :> 'FLOORING.;. ) PRIMF.: : AGRICULTURAL: \ (CHEMICALS: ( : depot, I trestles 1 ., etc., for I the Way. of the prominent l' llll'II:010t'CI' 1 Key paid ..

: CO.'S ]t. It.: cross rOl.111I this city, will begin in It felt' us a visit last: ccuing./ From him wo learn
Nttiir anti C'luircliVork
days" and laborers have already t begun grad' that among other and many improvement'
extending from FEE S.\XDIXA on the Atlantic A :SPECIALTY.: Hl'Ll'll.TI'DlO: I.\ ing at the Bradbury mill property\ near tinllrooklyn going on in his town i i.. tv cedar mill I, now in

to CEDAU KEY, on the Gulf coast,, bridge. The ( will
Pencil Company
passenger course of l'rl'ditllll'r' the Eagle:
thus alluding to the producer cheap, con OF ALL :SIXES; ::. be II'l'r ornamental: structure, and will and a new !hotel Known as the "Sn-

slant and rapid transportation to the heslmarkets. Post: Of hire Nox 171.jml front on Commercial street.! This building wannee," containing sixty: room. Within
Fcrnandina FlaC MURIATE: ( : OF POTASH( ,
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.... will stand: near tho west end of tint Itrook- the last month or two between forty mid
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The belt of country traversed hy the Trail' J.\JUS: JIHJIITIX, l1 SULPHATE :SODA: lyn bridge. Two tracks will be run througli fifty new buildings\ have benputupereohlhtt'ticd. \ -

sit II. 11. embraces ONTRACTOR AND) IIITIJ.I)1RAla.hnaStreet > : the depot and. the one on the south I-ilewill It being. ; the only port of any importance

be used( for the rcguiarpasscngcrtraihN'hilc: between! 1 Peniacola and 1 Key West
:: between Second and Third, I the street-t'urIrack will run on the north mid the western: terminus( of the Transit

to be found in the State, a large proportion : side." Thl'ltl'lru'klt will extend out on tin Railroad I, there I i i. much heavier business:
being peculiarly adapted to the culture olStMiTitoriCAt \\harf to the new city line, so that passeng transacted there than one would think,

l' Fut'iTS and Early Vegetable,, Orlrr1111 estimates from a distance carefully arriving on the train can immediatelytake judging; 1'1'1I11I110WII of Illteen hundred (Inhabitants.
attended to. :25tfIlooKs SULPHATE: MAGNESIA,
and The rye Compact BUllies of! Timbermake ; till' street cars and go to any part of the There is a line of steamships..

these lands: worthy of C.I R/ FU1 KX- and .Stationery.Wholesale city they desire! or I rlllI:
.LllIX.1 T10.Y by manufacturers of InllnnAriD : Strictly Pure .round; Hone. parties arriving here on steamers can cither Key Westand Havana: ; another aNotci Key:

NAVAL STOKES.::; II 0 n.I, : n n I': "'. take the train or street cars without the expense U'est via 1'111111ltlls II, besides a glue ofttl'llIlIl'rl {

Our circulars give particulars: mid an( or trouble of carriage lrall fl'r-l.: A which make vend-weekly trips to
SETTLERS: and Retail
NEW :; :
: : mailed free to all applicant*. Thcy ontaii shed GOxfioO feet will be built in mho! rear! of Manatee and Tampa. .\ mail steamer runs! i

Purchasing land from this company are furnished 1)OOKS. S.I'.\TIOIItt, information that will bo of service to 3-4m tins tho depot, covering the tracks and wharf. up the Suwaneo river, another to Crystal'

: with entire free ia.mlC.OIl! the Trail J) buying.- ---or-living- 1'ertilizers..- -- ------- Five piers are to be, built. These piers will river, Utiypurt, .Anclote Demeden)) and Clear r

sit Railroad for family and personal, effects And MUSIC', each be sixty feet wide, and run out to the \\Vater Harbor.I Still another makes! regular

to the station nearest the land }purcbaseil. 5!1/ \\'t:5T HAY :STKKT, LANORETHS'SEEDS city line. Tho slips 1 between the piers will trips up tho Withlaeooche river to Pana-

TITLE COMPLETE:, being derived by I be: 120: ( feet wide. Jly this: arrangement about) ofkii talkenltdfrom( which last point; (homoke

grant from the United States! and purchasefrom } : ,JACKSONVILLE.:: : FLORIDA. thirty vessels ran load or unload at one ( of steamers on tho Ocklawahu river

the State of Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. S BEST (time. The largo warehouse will bo erected 1 (an sometime.' be "('l'II. There is a great Y

1184 cia If not fot sold them in l roar>,trop you 1881 on the next pier through which two tracks" ell'ulol'( ( (ravel conMimtly going on over Iheso' _

: : SOLICITED. n a fonlal Curd for Cat. will also run. Tho other piers are to bo used :wo lines, much, attention( having of Into I
t1"Sc'hool! Rooks a S ) Ey.i5.Fertilizers. lngn and Priotm. Th.Otdtil and noil utmrlt*s-J
Uroifrrt In th* irnitni RIo,.... for lumber, etc\ and will bo built as thebusiness rear been attracted\ to the fliilf ('outt..fllchIJIu.jllt' !
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Descriptive :MAKJ: and CIUCULAIW mailed on .u DAVID LAMimilTll&>z.nA4'A. of the company demands. All of the l'nii;UII., January 22.

application. marsh west of CUIllIlH'rciullltrl'l.t: and south
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C1IAS.:: W. LEWIS, J. \. IIOHSOX: A SOX, JOH PRINTING, in every style, and al of the Florida Central track belongs to the
lowest rates at the MIIIKOK otlice. learned that JackImcklcy
Land Commissioner. COIIlPIlIlO\'r which U number of side Irm'klwilllJo have just Captain :::

, Otlice 10-tf t cor. Beach and Seventh Sts. I i Coaunission. llerelnut/s. i I Ituilroads. fast built, ami the marsh: it to bu filled 1 up 14111I.kMlifu"j.: of tho smack:.& and llnvuna(ifiirer, assisted KillHU'! \.! bylie *. r (1

---- as possible.!
W W - -. (ceded In extricating a largo Spanish: Ship ./. :;
Annual Communication of the M.W. : 'It
Tin: FLORIDA CHARLESTON:: S. C., : RAILROAD.JACKHONVIU.K At the adencd with cotton, from tho reef near
FLOIUO.UfoXTHAI. (1 rand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons : \
fortuga, on Tuesday last. The ship 'lost: her
IMPROVEMENT COMPANY.Frrimiidiim CONFINING; themselves strictly to their I FI.A., March 10, 114m.! of the State of 1'lurida,11(111 {in the city udder and it I I. believed she will ho taken to .the
TOWN (' rcsJJ'ctful1llidt con- On and after this date Trains' on this Road of Jacksonville! on the 1Mb( 1Mb and 20thilays : \
and Wo could J J'c.
for salvage.!
,lignmcnt..*. will run as follows/ : (avana repairs
of January, A. D. 1SS1, the following .'
DAY> PASSENGER; : (EXCEPT SC:)AY.) lot learn her name: or further particulars.The r.

< ---- ---- Leave Jacksonville ..................... 8:30:: A. M, rand olllcers were elected! for the ensuingMasonic Hinackce boat. have been at work .

1: r i: U vv..iv i: It S.: Leave Baldwin ........................... 9:30: A. :M. : year: (luring the week catching INh for tho tlchr>t. ,
Towns oil It. 1C. Urns -- Leave Like City .........................ll'i.'t: : A. !M. )1, "'. William Anderson: IVnsacola, !Imial/retlaml l'7oriItrfor the Havana mariit. f ky.
trade Leave Live Oak.......'. .................. 1:00 J'. M. (1(J. M.R.: tr
And Cedar Key. This business! : : has been our special Arrive at Savannah!: .................... 8:15: r. M, On Tuesday and Wednesday Homo .
I) (
for over twenty years, and we have endeav-PURE: leave Savannah ............... ........... 8M) A. M. W. Robert Perry, of Key West, I. ('rafts made as much as $11 each day; having "t.ii
>rcd to furnish our )planting continued friends: a i i'f Leave Live Oak........................... 5:55: 1'. M. M. aught and delivered to mho IIIIULl.'klllJ\'Cr two !IIuuulrell"rcilsnuppers"each >
\RTICLE::, and their patronage to L'avLake City......................... l 5:00: f. M. R. W. :Marcus Endel: of (1111 II('lIvll h., S; 0.W. fi which Tt
We day >r
Offers to Lessees and Purchasers a large ur best indorsement. are prepared Leave Baldwin-........................... 7:05) I'. M! / \1-
: ill orders for all kinds of Fertilizers Fertilizer: togcth'rwith .Arrive at Jacksonville" ................. tIf: )) p. !M, heyrvelv(9l2'centseach.:! This U indepcndnt -
number of the most eligible and desirable: our Cotton Acid Phosphate.J. and Corn. and LIIXU EXI'HJ'(1)AU.: ; ( .\'.) R. Newton It. Carter, of \'y\'lIIl', J. of those who catching kingfhh for thoinio I
Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for N. ROItSON; ; fc SON, Leave Jacksonville....................... 5:30: J'. M! 1.11'; trade. ThU bushiest n Ifnr,I..* employ- .t l
m Charleston, S. C. Leave White House.................... 0:15;: I'. !M.Uave R. W. lay Robinson, of Jacksonville, (i. lent for men when the slacks are t'
City or Suburban Residences, __ lialdwin............................ 7:00: .'. M. r. many
anil.1t' ) ..v co.'s Leave Darbyville.......................... 7:25: J'. M.Uave Dawkins Jacksonville he, 'lire'basing for Havana. -A'ty Hw Kty. to"'UUf'
R. W. DcWitt !
Sanderson...,..................... 8:07 I'. M. ,
UPON EASY TERMS. .................................................................. U-ave Olustec.............. ............... 8l.'Jp.: : M.UaveMt. 0(8. H.Itt.. "t",
" .. I Carrie......................... O.O.'J: I'. M. Rev. John' Perry, of Archer, 0!. C. All an evidence that tho ('uIIIIlIlUP, which lit
i ;F1:11'l7LlzElt-trrT.: :. .arrive Lake City......................... 0.30:: .'. M.Uave Tho following were ap|>ointd : (roze! tho oranges in the upper portion of the F".
Liberal Discounts! Values allowe to .. Live Oak........................... :2:15 jot
: ................................ : A. M. 'fLomal914.11'iltuurth. Jacksonville H I, :tute: ami killed the tender growth and many
l industrial ............... .......... ..... Arrive Tallahassee! ...................... 7:00: > A, M. W. ,
parties engaged in manufacturing or .arrive Albany............................10:45: A. M. n.H.f; )oung trees outright,did not doany damage ;jto
enterprises, who will erect on the property IS THE: RESTrpIIINO .\rri Vc l'awanttali............... ........... 0.00;( A. M.! W. Herbert C. Join, of Kanford, J. (i. 1). tu the fruit of trees of the citrus family, Mr.
A-ave Savannah .......................... 4:30: '. M.Leave 11''rbonnt9 I"". HruII) ', of Volnsla. fl. :M. \\'. A. t-tlltTtmllruuIIIUO: our olllcc on TIICH- his:
purchased substantial improvements for FALL (LIRDINS-it: beingI Albany ............................. 4.00: e. )z. ) from n. W. "'" place at Fort Reed, I ,
for residence, or in which to conduct their not only j-crfeet plant food, but will Leave Tallaha-tM-e ....................... 5: 13 p. M. Rt. Rev Fred.! Pasco: of Monticello, (;. O. ,1&y. WylI)
;eep all in!'*iVt,* at a r business.INDUCEMENT'S: For sale in anv quantity, large or small, Leave Ijike City .......................... 3:50 A. N.rAave n.H.H. young fruit too fci/uof coup (bean*. ThUnder jhiOll
{ MANUFACTURERS awl country orders delivered l FREE: on Mt. ( 4IH: A. M. ( II.W. growth of the lime 1.* considered timemist
TO W. John <;1. Ellis: ., of Milton, I. H.
goats or cai>: Vegetable growers, TRY IT. x-aveOlustee.............................. 4:-10 A. M. the tt lefts of the trout orallY
by exemption for a term of years from (IOl'LI X: CO.. A-ave Sanderson.......................... 5'u: A. M.AMive Warren 1"'. Scott, of Fernandiim. H. U. susceptible to iah
taxation several cities and C4 3m 8 W. Kay (St.: Jacksonville\ Fla. Darbyville.......................... 5:55 A. M, H. of the citrus varieties Ho also brought .
offered by the --- --- x-ave Baldwin..........................? (;:40 A. M. '\.. Joseph Hicks, of Georgetown, J. (J. H.w'.l'reiI1P.liuyt'if tlulllO pea-vines that had pod MI them I twotclics .
towns. Apply to ----- -- AVKKV' l..ea'o'hite House.................... 7O5 A. M. long and well (filled, that chowcd nogn .fMVn
FernundinaI. 1'
G. .arrive Jacksonville.................... 7JJ: A. M. 1
;Office cor. Beach &; 7th sts., Fernandina. On Mail uUtII'xl'rl'ol4: Train Sleeping} Can W. Milton N. ParcilKof! Juek onside, 0.T. I. ,.i of frost. Will visitor please note thou .

10-tf tin through to and from Jacksonville andiavannah ( no matter what they may hear! abroad, ..",.

; also, Lucas Sleeping:: Cam run closed tllut no damage WU.lllono! by the cold to lima !u"O tr
The und'falahassce. .
Undertaking from Jacksonville
STAULErf.CARRIAGES hroughUiand; lemon or limu trees to Orange counr .
: AND HOARDING : fur a very harmonious *earfion, to meet in range .r"

It. ]1. IIEXDEKSOX.l'XI LIVERY : AND WACJOXS, J-'}< HSAXIHXI.HJ.'I.: : l, (!)ULY.) hU city on the third Tuenday' in January, t) ; and any contrary Mtatement they mayor !this I
!hear 19 I a fabrication designed to blast .
To and from Steamers and Trains. nave Jacksonville.... .................11:15: A. !M. 1 BA'!. lIt'e
"Arrive lialdwin...........................liu'JO:: p. M.Urive annual M-iun of the firalllll.'huJ'tt'roC the fair fame of our favored country.Sun. 't'rc'IVff' :
('OXTI'TS'Olt HAULING, ETC. FtTiiandina....................... 3:10: p. M. The Journal.
FOR BILK : I.eave Fcrnandina........................HII": A. M.xavcDiMwin Royal Arch lailJU"I"'l'll\ Thursday 11(. lu
$. ............................. I'IJ: p. M. L-rnooii, after a, very 'harmonious m-s-ilon of 1'utnum, *1.
1101t..Im"OG. : n l'JrfSXH*; 1i.11tN14: W.\liOXS.. .\Arrive JaekstJiiville\ ..................... '!:.1.') J'. M. lirce days, to meet again in this city on tho We- notice that young biul} are putting jl.cuut

Passenger* for Ft-rnandina and Cellar Ki-y bird Tuesday in January, I*I4:!. The follow on the young trees on our lot, and 4 on
i irTERMS: : l'\-I1.:: 6 ake this train. No train from Baldwin to
; teLir Key on Sunday. ug ofUci-r were t-lccU-d to nerve during the \ViIl oon I be in full foliage again unless kius

*ir0flice and l'ilahlFint Street, near t"V IXn'.cTllJx"-\t"' IJaldwin, with A., (J. I tV. ,rirnt-nt Masonic year : tltllt ill-prophetic man of Canada send down .1 III

> K UTAH Kit. 1{room Street Wharf. __40tf t l. T. 1;. R., fir Celar Key, ( inmvillend M. E.: W. A. McLean, of Jacksonville, U.II. lothtr wave in February. It i it aatonUhlng ling
J-'crll"Una.8nol: all ix>liiU North and }
oievv(;r. IIOXKS. I'. hlJW much cold an orange tree can stand, f
FIFTH ST.. FERNANDINA: ..\. Vest ; at Lake t'it\ jr Tallahassee l .\I"Uy.,
Uvannai! and I all< North and \Vcxt ; U. E.: W. K.: Anderson, IVnsaeola, D. n. .-with the thermometer down to 20: and 1

WOOD \SU JIOOI. at Jacksonville, with :$:t. John River !Steamr I.I'. eYtu ill. Under lids temperature the young

BURIAL 1, \\'OODl'X 1l0ln COFFINS..;. METALLIC A>P CASKETS.CASES, 'rlUS 1-01 On.\Xfa;: nOXF.. ;;, W.'m.M.( IitviiMix. J. H.u-rTrans.i.'n.MrKLUOY. It. K.: ,,'. K. Hcott, of Ft-rnandina (L. K. l. wlg are gref n,
.telegraphic Orders Irolllltlattt.'lIlletl to. Cor sale. at 1"l'rl1al1llina uy(19it I'. I.. 11151101'. Sul'Ctlnte,1dent. R. K.: J. (I. 1' IIi., of Milton, U.H fresh ta evvr- /\," 'ta Jfaral't, .






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THE --- ------------ --- ----------- --
I FLORIDA MIRROR The Fernandina and Jacksonville! Rail The colonels
a =_ road will be completed on or before the first of our various Florida regIments rested several days ago and placed on the breakfast. We are glad to bear such good

S.OO A rJSAK"il.M J.'on-SlX: '[Olt--ri 8. day of March next. the inaugural are making preparations to attend street gang fur disorderly t conduct. The l hatter reports of the soldierly bearing and gentlemanly
There was a fine display of General Garficld. came out with a party of railroad hands demeanor of our military abroad.

Centre street dock oranges on A number of cases have come under our from the North and was lately! employedon
Local Itcflecttona. Wednesday for shipment
The ]Feather-.
by steamer Florida.Excitement .. observation where dumb animal* have been the steamship dock, but was discharged.]

Business is very good. abused by pure cussedness by those who He committed the theft after his discharge.It LOCAL on'F.R\'TlOS! .

Saturday was n lovely day. energy are, exercise afforded and in shooting outlet for'gators dormant have them in charge. We need a society for (is reported an cj e-witness can be produced I.'IItS'SIJ A.,1'LA., .lanuary 28, 18tH.

Venison> Is scarce this season. on the St. Marys river the prevention of cruelty to animals. who saw the spoils\ divided, and that both of ____1880.. I 1881. .

Wood continues very scarce! in our market. There is a proposition pending before the The Grafton county Journal and Democrat, the men arrested have acknowledged they ;.: ;.: -

fruit.The electric light is to be used for ripening, House committee on commerce to reopen published at Plymouth, N. II., have been were much the parties praise: who cannot entered be given the building.Too to those. ])ay. I,Iti' I 1+ ,I- ,.....; .g... ,

the discussion on free sliips. placed on our table, and their contents have -
Bald who have worked this for their Saturday 2Tiif 42; 52 Cloudy,
men arc the coo1est'headel in afforded up case untiring
men Southern cotton factories make cotton us pleasure, although they were Sunday\ << 2J: t>f) 52 42 )4' Cloudy,
the world. goods twenty per cent cheaper than they laden with moss (Morte) from the Egmont efforts in securing the guilty parties.A Ionllav 2-1 411 i,0) 40 50 Cain:

I low, ,about our horse-cars from the city to ran be made in New I':ngland.No ]. Hotel. couple of young ladies of our city started Tuesday! : :25 4S 152 38 4IJ Fair.
\Vednesday :lG m nn iO ::14 lit 1'nir.
the beach ? northern mail on Saturday on accountof Flat cars of the Fernandina and Jacksonville a few days ago for the beach, with time expectation Thursday sT 541 OS 40 52 1'nir.

l I. Who will start a wood and coal yard in a freshet in the waters on the line of the Railroad are being transferred in Jacksonville of having a pleasant time. Their !:! 1X I !i_ (.4_ 3.4 4fi_ lc -' ...
this place? horse and in ==- =: =
Macon it Brunswick llailroad.] from the Florida Central depotto photon were good plight, and -

"Drummers" arc now making their ap Colonel F. B. I'apy, general freight agentof the terminus of the Fernandina Jacksonville all went on nicely until they came to MA111XK

pearance. the Transit Railroad, has been absent road toe) used in the construction: the pond" when they hesitated to proceed -

The measles, among the children, is now several days in Middle Florida. tit that end of the road.] but were encouraged to continue by lJo.t of rernaniltna.

about the assurance of some colored men man WATP.K. '
over. The steam near by
The good work of'repairing side-walks yacht Martha ran against a log In some cities a charge of two or more that the road was' safe, and there was no Saturday, Jan :2?H.!> ..... 7:20:: A. :M. 7:55: p. :M.
In St. Marys river and damaged her rudder. dollars I is made by the city authorities for Sunday, ." :ISO: ....... H:15": 8:45Mond.iy : "
still goes on. She is now undergoing repairs. the privilege of tiding; profane language on danger. The water was rising: and' the horse 31..... !11:0,1): t 5):32Tuesday )::; "
Hon. I). L. Yulec left for Jacksonville Ex-Qucen Isabella of the was unable to follow the road. The water Feb. 1 I....., !0:4: !) 10:10: ; "
yesterday. Spain takes a deep streets. Our city authorities! by pacing rushing! into the phaeton compelled them to Wednesday, 2......10:32: : 10:58Thursday : "
interest in :M. do Lesscps' canal scheme such an ordinance collect consider-' It
might a 3......11:15: 11:43: :
when called the
Captain C. W. Voice went to Tallahassee stop, they to men near by
and has "
subscribed to the stock. ble 1..12:00"
:: sum during the year. Friday, : 12.02A.M.:
for assistance but would untilat :
on Sunday last. The schooner Etta M. none come, _
dischargedfour Passengers arriving by steamerll. 11. 1'1'int last pay was offered, at which the oldestof
Why cannot we get up a course of lecturesfor hundred tons of railroad iron for the ENTERED.Jan. .
the ? on Sunday, report that the Ocinulgce river the party plunged into the water, and 1'. Johns
season Peninsular Railroad the week. 2:{-:S. Ht. Vogel, Charles
Galveston merchants past was higher, and that the lands in the vicini- after considerable persuasion turned the tun.
arc importing Never
direct from Ilio. buy a" horse warranted "to stand ty of the :Macon: fe Brunswick Railroad, vehicle round, tipped it to one side, and Jan. :2t:! -St-h. Edward Johnson, :McDonald : -
without tying, for ten to one you can't get where the road the river Charleston.
crosses were overflowed finally brought them safely through, and
The shell road to the beach is not improving the brute to move without whipping.The : Jan. :2ii-S. S. (Citv. of Dallas, Risk: New
:; in condition.The to a greater extent than at any time they reached home all right. The men who York.

red snapper, which is a highly prized since 1810.Mr. first deceived them and then refused assistance Jan. 2C!( -:S.; Y. Martha, Ilaynor, New
European steamer is expected in a luxury in the South abounds
: near our : Geo. Burnsidc, who has attended to ought to be known. The young )ladies: York.
1 \vcek or ten days. place. This fish affords plenty of sport. Jan. 28-Seh. 15. C. Ferry, Hyers, Savannah. f
I the orange business of Hon. P. P. Bishop!' in propose! to make! another attempt to go to
Good at the Sink Gainesville .
sport near Mr. S. G. Thomson, of Chicago in i
shooti was this city this season left for his home on the beach, but they will go around by Old 'LEAKED.
ng alligators. our city Sunday, en route for the Gulf coast !
What we need now is a patent automatic in search of relics from Indian moods the St.Johns river on :Monday: :Mr.G.Stark, Town and keep in the road. Jan :22.:!:!-Seh. Tillie Vanderhershen: Ayes,

I who takes :Mr.: urns lle's place as agent in The Mergers made their first appearance Baltimore.
telephone answerer. The sales of coal in New York recentlywere Jan. 21 Seh.\ E. C. Rommel Sloan Philadelphia. !
'Large quantities of lumber continue to ar: particularly active and rose steadily, this city, is prepared to fill all orders for in Fernandina, this season, on Wednesday .- -

rive by Transit trains. these famous oranges. evening at the Lyceum Hall, before one of Jan. :28! -S. P. St. Johns, Vogel, Charles
reaching prices not seen before in yearS.
The saw-mill proprietors of Florida have What can be more agreeable than to stroll the largest and most fashionable: audiences ton.

had a prosperous year. The largest peach orchard in the world is down our beach and while away an hour or gathered within the walls of that house for Jan. 28-S. S. City of Dallas. Risk, New

Bad colds this week seems to have been said to be in Georgia./ It covers 250 acres, so ? There watch the little white clouds many a year. The reputation which had York.

the prevailing sickness. and has yielded $70,000 worth of peaches.The sailing over the broad blue sky, and listen to preceded their coming,served to!secure:' theman I:, I'on'r.Ht'IUIIYllcht .
The steamer Flora is again on her regularrun president of the board of councilmen the ripple of the merry waves as they chase enthusiastic reception, and throughoutthe Bark liella (Fr.)

up the St. Marys river. would like to see all the members pre- each other up on to the beach, while the sea whole performance they were greeted Bark Jesse Iloyt (Br.)
sent at least at one meeting in each month. and Bark E. ::\Stanwood..
A first-class wholesale hardware house is breezes fan you with their gentle health-giv with frequent hearty applause. The

very much needed in this place. The Transit Railroad is building at its ing breath.A cornet solo, "Leviathan Polka," and "Yan Bark Brig A Kongsverre.f'ol.

The )late freshet in Southern waters has shops in this place new box and mail cars passenger on the steamer, Florida on kee Doodle," by :Mr.: Holbrook, the Saxo Brig Kildonan.

destroyed considerable property. of the best material and superior workman- her "Pedne day's trip, met with an accident phone solo; The Last Rose of Summer," Brig Parnell (Br.)

There will be a Grand International Ex- ship. by sitting on the rails of the hurricane deck.It and Way Down on the Suwance River," Schooner Brig Angclin.Ellwood Jlrnn.

hibition atMatanzas in February. I Steamer Florida of the "Sea Island Route" appears to have been an unlucky accident by :\1i Morgan:: the Zither solo Home Schooner Etta M. Barter.

Vessels are still seeking cargoes for the is doing a large passenger business. Every yet not a serious one. No accidents Sweet Home," by :Mr.: Fisher, the bell duet Schooner Kit Carson. ")

West Indies and Windward Islands. trip her passenger list is about one hun- are so unlucky but that the prudent may of popular airs by :Miss: :Morgan and :Mr. Schooner Lizzie C. llickman.

dred. draw from them Berger were all well rendered The "Mock: Schooner Edward Johnson.
some advantage ; nor are ,
There is so much gold in Tampa it is difficult Schooner B. C. Ferry.
to get it exchanged for currency. The schooner L. C. Hlckman arrived on there any so lucky but what the imprudent ing-bird"011(1 "Dixie" on the Xylophone, Schooner C. A. Cook.

Some of our sportsmen had a glorious Saturday and will be loaded with lumberby may turn to their prejudice.A by :Mr.: Brand, appealed particularly to the Schooner Carrie E. Woodberry'Brick

C. McClcnny for Alsop &: Clark, New the "riant" lovers of two of the choicest pieces of music. h_ -
time on Tuesday, shooting partridges.The passenger on Thursdaywas ,
York. of what !have :Mr.: Brewstcr in vcntriloquial humor Lime
the victim ,
City of Dallas arrived on good time might proved avery
Wednesday with over sixty passengers. The constitution of Florida provides that serfous accident. He rushed on the made several good hits-and last but. not Cement,

after 1880 the legislature shall pass a law and forced it to slide with least, :Miss Bowen in her recitations of "Mr.:: Plaster,
Plenty of sunshine and fine weather, with gang plank great Hair
making an educational qualification for Mann's Troubles," and Too Late," recited .
every prospect of the same kind ahead. force into the water, he being pushed into AT SANBORN & HOYT'S.SAMUEL .

There were largo'and attentive congregations voters. the water also, where he was obliged to remain well and acted her part with subtlety, refine-

at all our churches'on Sunday last. Work is progressing rapidly on the Peninsular until he was pulled out. The injurieshe ment and grace, giving evidence of being II. IRWIN: of Ute Creek, Colfax

Railroad, and there is every indicationthat received not serious. well trained. She was a favorite from the county, New Mexico, says : The "Only IlIII'ad"
The steamer Florida arrived on Wednesday -
trains will be running to Ocala at an start, and the evening was made most satisfactory )has done more for my wife than all
at noon, with seventy-six passengers. Nothing must be expected oftown officials, her renditions. the gallons of cod liver oil, l
:Major W J. Walker, of the Kenncsaw early day. when the people arc content to remain silent by she has taken or all the doctors' Medicines -
We notice Major W. B. C. Duryec is enclosing she has used.-See Adv.
r' Route,' was In the city on Thursday night. and without remonstrance allow the FAIR XOTES.
his lot at the foot of Centre Street --------------------
Steamer St.Johns,i is making hertrips with shell road to remain in its present condition. New Advertisement

her usual despatch and good passenger lists. with a neat fence preparatory to buildinghis As long as our citizens prefer to permit our :NASSAU LIGIIT ARTILLERY.On -- -

Our county roads are said to be in a fear- warehouse.The friends, anti the strangers within our pates, Thursday at 7:30: a. n1. a special train .-- FROM FISH SCALE, -.;-
City of Dallas brought for George in Into conveyed one detachment of the Nassau. i I
ful condition on account of the recent rains. : to drive to the beach water, coming
and White contractor on the Fernandina it the carriages long will little heed be takento Light Artillery from this city to Jacksonville = .S J +cAIA
lion. J. M. Baker has been appointed so M t' wru.r ;
Jacksonville Railroad, three pile-driving remonstrances and all will be to attend the State Fair. The membersof men,P.LL I J
confirmed judge of the Fourth Judicial Cir- our expen- L 1'.1:
cuit. machines complete.It ded in superficial and aimless ways. The need this detachment were : Captain W. O. 0a av y w Kr I
Colonel ..P.Grant, of Atlanta Georgia,was is reported that the Mallory line of of an intelligent system of drainage on the Jeffreys, Jr., commanding; A. Jones, or- w M. = ,

b' a guest of the Egmont Hotel on Sunday steamers between New York and Brazil is to Beach road is now felt, and ought to arousean derly sergeant; J. I,. Hors(')', No. 1 ; W. B. ... SEA BEAN, SEA SHELL, J
last. be withdrawn, because the Brazilian government uncompromising sentiment that will Thompson, No. 2; 13. O. Friend, No. 3 ; J. --

I The, travel on the St. Johns River is no longer pays it a subsidy. ripen Into active practical and immediate efforts B. Seckinger, No. 4 ; C. H. Whitner, No. 5, PALM NUT, ALLIGATOR TEETH.

I' !)at's opinion of the New Englander is: for remedial work. Nature provides us and D. McCuen:: No. G. They arrived at
thought to be fifty per cent greater than in Also, FEATHER FANS AND: FEATHER
1879. Bedad, if ho was cast away on a desolate with the best condition for drainage, and Jacksonville at 2 o'clock p. in., immediately FLOWERS, ORANGE STICKS,

There i is some sense in a walking match island, he'd get up the next morning and" go wo trust our people will at once take the proceeding to the fair grounds, reaching SEA SHELLS, ETC.

around selling maps to the inhabitants. matter in hand and see that the steps there at 3 o'clock p. m., and without restingor
the of the
for its quieting
which has object
For sale and made to order.T. .
Mr. Morse, of the Egmont Hotel, returned are taken to improve the condition of our partaking of either breakfast or dinner,
baby. from St. Johns river. Ho being much fatigued ANSI I Y, ,
on Wednesday! the drive to the beach. they undauntedly entered
The cotton of 1880 amounts to about. 10 Centre St. bet. Second and Third. ),
2 crop the the to fur ,
had a good time, and enjoyed trip very which has arena compete the prize, and
The unprecedented success
of was 5,074,000
5OOOOOO-tho bales. crop 1879 much, It being his first season In Florida.In marked the efforts of the present contractorsof right nobly did they sustain tho reputation FOR SAL.H.

the journey of life there is always some which has ever been accorded to their profi- -
Worth sunk in the Fernandina it: Jacksonville Railroad
Governor was
The steamer thoughtless fellow riding in the seat ahead of ciency both at home and abroad. It is not 4 DESIRABLE HOUSE CONTAIVlXuXJL
the Cape Fear river'in 'twenty-five feet of is the most convincing proof of their ability five rooms, with Closets, front Piazz.
--- unkindnessand known to what the
window of will
the yet prize bo
: who raises company
you, and of the justice of their claim that they lucre Yard. Orange. Lemon and Banau.:
li water.. lets the cold air of bad nature blow in. given, but, perhaps, the Nassau Light Artillery Trees Centrally located] Good title, etc
work in the
Western Texas sailed for New York on can do three of four times more
We should neither murmur nor complainof will bo honorably mentioned. The For further particulars, inquire at tinoffice. -
Saturday last (8'o'clock a. m., with a large same space of time as was done by others.: 4-tf
our weather, when we consider what awful members attended the ball at Metropoliton
The road Is pushed forward with all
being ----
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cargo.Nassau. weather reports come from the North. Hall[ ,amt express themselves us having had a 1'olh.tor
Final Proof.LAXI "
hours-fron Fernandi possible despatch, and will be completed on
is but i
forty :
sunshine in abun good time generally, the hall
had being crowded
week have
This wo X
t naIatanza.'i unly thirty-five hours from or before the first of March, when we willthl'n > O.'FleET GAINESVILLE. FI ,
dance. to Its utinott capacity. Everything: pos"ible January 14th, 1M1."VTOTICE + .
all unite In according our most unqualified
Nassau. Two on the City of Dallas, on was done by the First l.'lorhlLrtillcrr to is hereby ci ven that the follow
Iml Beaconsfield 'sent tho first! copy ofEndymion passengers created distuibuncc. praise to all who are connected make their visit and _il tag named settler has /tiled notice of h
from New York, a pleasant agreeable.The .
her last t trip
t ; bound to the Quecir; of with the Fernandiiui Jacksonville Railroad. intention to make final proof in support '
richly ,
it for Cap- I special train left Jacksonville at 4:30
necessary his claim, and that "said !proof will be ma'
1 England.: tain Risk to deal with them in a summary On Saturday night some evil-disposed per- o'clock a. in. ye-terday. bringing: most of before II. J. Baker, Judge; Nassau Count-

Mr.- Edwards, general manager of tho nl'r.The son or persons rode through our streets, demolishing our military home, reaching; hmt at Do'clock Fla., at Fcriiundina, Fla., on Monday. 1Vruary2
Macon & Brunswick Railroad, was in town Juan the the street lamps and creating disturbance Thc !>tli, 1881, viz.: STEPHEN D. KlUfcLAN'D
bill to regulate and encourage ; a. m trip seems to have done some of
Homestead W. 4
No. 2. for the -
i yesterday. planting and bedding of oysters and to protect i I I generally. At the Egmont Hotel the detachment giMiil..t little rest from busIness N. E. J and W. J of S. :E. i :-l'('. 4, T. 2. N.R. .

Orange Lake oranges are selling at Stark'sat the owners thereof, introduced by Hon. they broke three of the lamps on Seventh now and then i Is a wholesome tonic.FEUXVXIUXA 23 :E.

t $2.50 per box ; cheaper than ever sold of Nassau county, has street, and not satisfied with all their wantonness LUilir IXFAXTRY.The He names following witnesses: to prow
) Thompson,
his continuous residence. and cultiv.tion ,
to break the windows ,
before. in town, theytried upon
: here of the
and become law. squad Fernandina Light Infantry of
been said
I passed land viz.: John W. Crews '
During the past year nearly five thousand who of some of the houses in the suburbs, who went to Jacksonville 'allahan Fla.
It was an unfortunate young man by tho ; liam K. {Crews of Calh
miles of new r.1ilroolhave been built in carried pistol cartridges in his pocket with and at the county drawbridge broke up a special train on Thursday to attend the State ban, Fla.; Lewis! W. Higginbotham, of tin-
It stove and generally demolished everything hihan, Fla.; and Joshua Crews of Callahai
this country. in his Fair commando.
was Lieutenant
; hit tobacco, and happened to get one; by Paton. Fla.

Piling are being driven at logon's; Creek, pipe the other day, not knowing it until apiece which came In their wake. These acts are. The squad consisted of Corporal Burns, Privates 0-5t *L. A. BARNES, Register.
+! tlie line of the ,Fernandina and Jacksonville peculiarly atrocious, and have excited general Acosta. Burns Edwards ---
un of his nose was blown on" : ", R. Godfrey, -------------- --

s x Railroad. Colonel L. A. Hardee is of the opinionthat indignation. It would appear that all 11'.Ou fre)', Hays, Lawrence, :Mooney: llICk, Notice of Final 1'roof.
The sales of our merchants to persons on when this was done out of puremneannessanti not and LAXD OFFICE
the sweet: orange will stand zero Manucy Streety. On their arrival at AT GAINESVILLE, FLA.,
of the Transit Railroad are increasing individual spite or revenge, and as both our January 5th 1881.jVTOTICE .
the line the is not rising that freezing will nut Jacksonville, they were taken in charge bya ,
1 sap county and city offielali arc after them, is: hereby given that the follow
every fruit and that the l late freeze will representative of the Jacksonville Light
injure the > ing: named settler' has filed notice ot:li
,' : 'It is a satisfaction' to observe that thcrearo be a benefit to the orange groves.A there is no question, they are caught Infantry, and driven to the fair grounds., intention to make final proof,in support

no signs yet of the tide of travel diminishjng cow with several arrows sticking in various that they will l be,rewarded with a very large They entered fur the prize, and after being his claim, and that said proof will he ma
Florida. doe of the law. before J. A. Edwards, Clerk Circuit Court,
Into seen running at put through all the difficult movements of
of her body was I
to .parts Fla.. \"l'llm.s.lay, Ftbrua;
frbo -" Wallace Sisters" are expected Amelia Island. who broke: in the railroad marching, counter-marching, and the
t4 large on the mainland near The turtles man- i 9. 18SI viz : JAMES: 1. LONG, Homwte
t 'give twp entertainments at Lyceum It is supposed that an archery club was practicing office several Sundays ago, have at l last been ual of arms, it was generally\ conceded by allpresent No. 1705, for hot No. 1 of Section 1,in 'ro\\

t ear!)' i in February at a target in its neighborhood. caught and arrested. Their names arc Bob I that they were the'ittoN, although I ship :2. North of Range 2* JUe name tfulluwing -

The wAooner! Ma J/ hurler goes to Kings of W'.t. N. 2ev- Smith and JIII&!m 'McCarthy, bath white, the it is not yet known to whom the prize will residence svmunea'.es and cultivation to prove his continuo
Mr, Howard Zoverly.son upon of loaltll.iI.>
Iar'Ji river, to loud with lumberfor form New York to work on theWayeros be allotted\ by the judges. After I
Ferry, St. erly,chief} clerk in the post-office: detriment frmer'Ullll') indulging viz.: Alfred I Baker, of .Fenian.lhw K,
Hilliard & Bailey. Buchanan administration, is Inour road: aii4 was employed at tho machine in the dance Metropolitan, Hall, they took :-allluell't.ttr: Fernandina, Fla.: John
Qur street commissioners have not yet under engaged in thetreasurer's shops un 1 then at tho l:';about JIuU-1!, the (special train for Fernandina, reaching .Low, of Fernandina. Fla.; and Wm. \V
condition oft city,and, for the; preheat, : bun, of Fernandina. Fla.L. .
t turteil their attention uear.thc! to city the limits. office of the Transit Railroad, ', .in t-lur/o, of tin lam works. He was, ar-. home at a tc'Xl hour to appreciate a late s-,)t ., ..\. BARNES: ;, Register
,,5ewenth: ( street M ." 'f .
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