Florida mirror
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Title: Florida mirror
Uniform Title: Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Place of Publication: Fernandina Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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: VOL. 111. FERNANDINA FLA. SATURDAY: A Y '! 1 1. 1881. NO. 20.STATKXIWS. (;. }

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sold twenty-seven bales of cotton, housed the ordinary course of nature, The. conjunction ii.iiLito.il TWi. lines of road will bo 1 located I in the; Gulf section \

one t thousand bushels. of corn, fifteen I thou- of planets may have something to do (South Florida, and the. discu lon as i

H : 11e1vurndn.t and pounds of fodder, together with nn in causing unusual commotion*, anti it is .\ correspondent. of the Thomavillc\ /..'n. to the proper point on the (Gulf to !'t'f'un J

,1., in Urooksvillo Crctcent, says : We have abundant supply of sweet potatoes, pindors, predicted that something out of the ordinary terjirisf, discussing the railroad propccts of outlet will be the most t (interesting them .

I some of the richest lands in the State, not syrup, etc. Let 1 us hope\ and work, and let is going to happen, but if this drjing up I that place) says : I Here! is a !section of country with the press (lucre We mean (hat within

only adapted to the raising of orange proves ns not be afraid to let the world know what season is to be the only,I portion allotted\ to comparatively\ yet to he developed\ and that time these roads will be either actually !

: 'm hut also for general fanning purposes and n favored country we have in Leon county ; our section, we should he extremely I happy.\ \ absolutely: dependent) upon this road for or propectlvcly located. The South Florida

vegetable raising at well, the last: of which and, I know of no better way to do this than -Fish abound in great quantities in all much of its future (prosperity in the way of Railroad" ought to go right on to the Gulf

I + can he done here on the coast at Immense to encourage the Immigration I'.ureau, the the southern waters of Florida, from Fort I the influx of people l ami (money, and, 1 perhaps with all possible despatch\ and its agents actively

s profit while the groves are being !brought Leon County Farmer Club and throughthe George, at the month of the. St. Johns, \ : there i is no (point on the whole line engaged! seeking to incite the people."

into hearing The vegetable business this columns of your valued (papir( which through to Indian river on the C'oa..t. :NewSmyrna more !Ill I than our own town, yet yon I find until sulllcicnt subscription I U secured and

point has taken a new impetus ami t i i.. de"- your correspondent\ trusts: will live long and Homosassa and Matanza"' on the. pcoptestill' advocating; the unjust and unreasonable all necessary preliminaries fully adjmist md.

lined to bring into our midst annually many prosper. W \TCIIMV.Mar coast, are favorite places for large fish, such rates established for this road! It should strike for llartovv or Fort Mead as

thousands dollars.. We are within eight ton.We as channel ba!*, !shccphead, black bass, trout suppose..Ir, Plant carries out his threat of the next point after the (hint Apopkn i IC ,.

''' or ten hours' sail of Cedar Key with a fair are informed that a roluuy'if twenty- and niueallongc; but the N. Julius river buying (the J., 1'. ,x M. R. Il., incorporates reached.The .

s' wind We have ample transportation and five persons: have j just left Cologne on the I is full of rare full from its head to its mouth. that into hi* main )line audlbcn extends the year past has done much. to -labIish \!

mail facilities; the United States mail river Rhine in Germany, with the object of i The warmonth bream are very abundant, line to New Orleans, what will become of our claim as the "llanncr: COllnt' )'" of :South i

steamer, Eric, leaves Cedar Key for this point coming to Florida! and probably making and a favorite dish with the II III"!'t'!!. The us? Some people' say this is only a threat.Threats / Florida at least. Two railway lines have

at 8 a. in. Thursday, fly the last mail we received Orange Lake their home. _\s we understand rivers and small creeks emptying\ into the usually are not alarming, but when actually been put in uPeratiun-t'orning ;

assurances that live or six ('nergcticonhl.,1 they arc all agriculturist., and as the cultivation St.: Johns are alive with black how, that arelarger they (contain much S'lIl1l'a'4 (this, I think trunks, If you please-aid now their builder .

families, the nucleus of a colony of the grape is as common on the considered a more delicious fish they become absolutely: asouree of fear. Our are looking about to :see in what direction

from Illinois, will settle in and around An- Rhine as ix corn in Florida! we presume (than the Olsego bass! taken (1'1'011tllC river town, with her schools: general (popularity 1 to push their extensions and branches.We '

/ dote this coming fall. Come as >numy ash they will soon turn a goodly number 01'nfl' :St::: I. iwrence at Thousand Islands.: Theyare and varied interests is involved) in his threat, expect to see this State covered with u I

1I\a-we have. room for all. Now is the time I of our alluvial, high rolling hammocks found in quantities at Trout's Head( and yet the town is full of people who (pretend network of railway--ns much so as many ot

to conic, to select lands and prepare for n into vine-yard, and establish a }precept nllll n'. Lake, 1 hili n'tj Creek, Murphy's( Island! to laugli!llIt the efforts of Plant at self- the other 'tllh'lI-frolll the fact! lint they can ,I

fall and winter garden., There is no more for the guidance of the distrustful, that and Rice Creek, all of which places are in protection and call it a IllmlA man of his be so cheaply built, and because the products

healthy country in America than this ; there will dispel their doubts, gain their supj>ort, ,i (the immediate-! \'idnitof I'alalka, and can Cal'itlllnlltt brain does not idle his time away sit. Resides of the,climate this semi-tropical will require' region tI offers tran\ I'

is no danger to health in coming here in the and (tend to develop an industry that offers be reached by robust. At Murphy's Island, In making foolish tlu'eats. He means Initt-, winter homes (and at such a low ;rate) particularly .

spring or summer. to make such abundant returns.-We five miles from P.datka, the fishing is excellent nets, and having the means to take care of to feeble person! and it cannot

: lltllsborough. know of no place in Florida: where the erection ntllt'I.'rr large fish are caught ; it is u himself, be will be apt to do it, and for us lung remain unoccupied alter the way of
favorite for with the rod and to defy him is about sensible as to shake approach made clear, and the transportation
spot experts
of hotel would be followed I by !such!
Cheering news comes from all sections of he put at reasonable prices.Tho i
South Florida in regard; to the crops We large patronage' as would be given, were one reel.! -]\ilatka Herald.Sutntcr.. your list at a thunder cloud. Apopku City llrancn is now a fixture, 1
IMPORTANT: IL IIItO.\I' Jlot'IY.\T-l'al'-: and soon the 1 work is expected to be
hope that corn enough will he made this }put up at Orange l. ike.-There l1I'l'lda..s com "!
year so that our farmers will not have to of Northern invalid visitors who, up to the The Withlacoochcc river country i is settling tain W. n. Chiplcy\ we ore informed, has or in 1II'n'ell,80 the way of that business.we may! look What for we better want times news I ::1

draw from the West so heavily.-The present time, have been compelled, in seeking up veryrapidly with men of capital, will soon resign", his (position us Superintendent I that some ono with plenty ot'1IH1IWY will
steamer Lucy }'. Miller, plying between the benefit' of our salubrious climate, to energy and intelligence Tho Advance bus of (the Mobile tt Montgomery, the Selma come in and put up a large, flrst-class hotel

Pensacola and Cedar Key, will terminateher stop at wall'ringla'l's\ on the :St. John! labored unceasingly to direct public attention turd Pine Apple( divisions of the I/oui.s- and bsiarding-house-an,l It will pay too."
Wo in the h'artoflh,'
are !
engagement with the I.. & X. ]t. 11.on the where the expense isoftimes too great for to the rich lands of that section, and it yule &Ntslmvillesysleu, and will bo succeeded abounding with game ot'I''l'ry description, I m'

l.:>th of May, and will then he put in the fruit their slender:. purses, and the constant round is gratifying to learn that it has been found by Mr.( George Nason, now Superintendent Lakes swarming. with fish In variety, and !
trade with New Orleans.-If such men as of gaiety and fcven'sh excitement accords out and (is appreciated. Parties arc leaving of the Pcnsucola division Captain other inducements, are olVercd. :Malthmd, '
('hlpll.' returns to Pensacola, not to no better\ situated! (only tbat she has a rail: \
but poorly with thcirpro.stralcdncrvoiissy.stern Silver :S'uingsand Lcesburg I'orthat section
Captain Inglis:; and Governor Drew, Middle( \ road), with two large hotel, has turned(
and love of quiet ; but here, on these and it is settling more than his old! charge at that (point, but to devotehis
Florida, are inventing in lands in our sister! up \ any away hundreds the past season wo (learn.OltUll .
county Hcrnando l we may expect before a high hills that overlook the broad, undulating other portion of the State, the Luke Region entire time to pushing the construction {I

p great while somethingiii'anexndusfrumtime. landscape", where the air i is perfumed to the contrary notwithstanding. .\ recent of the Pensacola it Atlantic Road This Sl'I.S1'i.51(117.111U1VJ'1'1Il (JJI.-

northern part of thi* :State in this direction. with magnolia: bloom and orange, and the settler of that section told us this week that new roadorgani/.cd by Captain) Chipley, willrevolutioni.e l.Of.!//:.I T/O.V OF TllliSOUTH. j

This is a confession 1 by men who hour thereputation silvery lake, dotted with little islands of he had entered time last tract of desirable the mil road system of Florida, .

of possessing great pral'lienlliaga. palms !stretches! far into the hazy distance, land in tin-district known as the Wondiler and will advance the material prosperity) of Much comment: and speculation has been

city, of :Southern Florida being the most desirable "II\\'I\ from this maddening crowd," in the *."=The preliminary i : survey of the (IV- the!State twenty-live 'I'al'"I. Us importance indulged in regarding the remarkable in

part of the (state, and that more is: shady lanes and cool sequestered places on ninsular Railroad is daily 1 looked I for at as a line and its advantages: totheState: cannot creasoof'in the colored population in the ,
South the last decade
be exaggerated. Tbat (the movement to us m shown by the
the margin of the lake wherein the moscovercd Seotl'ylill'. 'I'hendvanem'ugeit.cirrurioui
to be made in fruit-growing and early vegetables )\ census of 18sO.t) In an article on vital statistics ::t- m
than in making cotton in till rich oaks are mirrored ; here amongst ll speaking\ expresses confidence: ) that the build It is a genuine one, h W.JIII""ft"1. amid population, written by Professor!

landed counties of Middle, Florida. It also: the Irund, -leafed waving banana, purple iron quadruped\ will bo'leaving: : ulf !signs"on : Captain Chipley resigns i probably, the longest Sanford I K. Cbaille. of the University' of

howl that they have every reason to expect blossomed pomegranate, ambitious cabbage these )hills by next October. :Such !signs division III the Louiville Nashville lljouisiana Orleans Medical, for; t the May It number of taw New

one or more railroads down, and probably palm': straining to touch (the sky, fanned arc anticipated I h v' the cattle owners.-Sn in system, to take charge of the work. Those( \' Interesting an:statistics tiitnjicat of JUllf"'j I some and

ncr s 4, the peninsula, ,by, which the "end-animation )by the threading breezes Adeancc.. v who know this gentleman; and the acceptable death rate of the two races in thut city and
that steal from the South here manner in which he bus filled the the South given
bulky and perishable products which can be 11.01111InllllolC.'i Mn the circle of my position arc
found thatl'rfl'd for which he Is about to vacate will need nthcr Professor Chaillo says that (Ito leastmur i
several ladies\ lit)
\ repose they acquaintance arc who,
raised young
I successfully in South Florida l will tality occurs in white 'females, next in,whitit
have daily and rapid trulI l'urlntiulI. The have vainly I'Jllgcct.'l' have! a beautiful although most tenderly raised, volunteered! : guarantee I that t tho company means: business. males, next in colored females, and reaches'

tide is ('evidently !setting this tray.-,',Ymiel.miul country, a bountiful supply\ of limb mull their services, and actually spent the spring The company was only chartered a its t highest I Ili'rence point I in colored males. The I, dif-
Iriiiuitf. game, irreproachable' society, and all thus months as line hands in their fat hats cotton few days ago, yet I the engineer) I'orl's1111 Il'r between the minimum death rate of
things that go to make up that which i is crops. They performed their work skilfully )1 r. Henry Wells\ are already in the field. white females(11).Uand( ) themaxlmum death
Leon. rate of ('oltm'.lllluICK (cm.7):!!> ) is so great that
\ Leon farmer, in the Tallahasseel'toridian most pleasant in life. Then tell us, you and cheerfully, incited thereto by the /filial and it is said, to bo the intention of the company twice' as many die of the latter us of the former. .
county : readers of the VluriilSan, why :should. we not desire to advance the pecuniary interests of to construct! the line from I'ctmsacilutomirsinocctiontwilhlhu.facksohville : ,Analy/ing the periods life at which
says : I read in the last issue: of have a (hotel that will afford! accommodation t their respective! households.\ What noble Pen- tho greater mortality of the ('olorl.tl'ol'u! III-
the PIJl'idiathc between tion occurs, lie following facts
correspondence urn noteworthy
for the whoVoul.1 :sacola. t. Mobilo Road at Chattahoocbce
many gladlycoume. Why conductand how deserving the commendation : ,
: From birth to tho twentieth
lion .\. .Robinson Commissioner of Immigration rear
not infuse a little/o-w/ww, into our lethargicvein of all sensible people. I regard these within two years-Mincrif Adrertiurr' of age the colored death rate is much greater -
and J, Pt. Uradford
secretary *, open our gatloto: the outside world t examples of self-sacrifice us illustrating the .1/'ay JO. than the white death rate ; the colored
Leon 'County Farmers' Club, with death rate continues to ho higher to tho fortieth .
and continue the work of
improvementwhich highest types ofpal<'rllallevotioll and feminine 'l'imehdnmt (',uaty JlIlfJIUIIlIl:4 : but those
much satisfaction. It impressed me as a. year, negroes who survive
nature has rendered so va"y.-Oran/jf! heroism. The truth is, farmers Construction train
move in the right direction, and if our eight miles west! of ]'II' their fortieth year then gain about the same
persevered Lake J-'loriillait. daughters are soon to become the( life as well latka tonightV'illiailhrhils''n: and chances of lifo us the whites Data derived

highl '-lil\"orcel in will result but in great good to our Ocala will )hereafter get its mail by the as the: pride of "Dixie I.and"-a gloriousrace T. K. Hennessey are till only two engineersyet from tho last.! two censuses indicate l that thettegro's
greatly-neglected sec chances of life alter! tho ninetiethyear
Peninsular Railroad. H this of women which no other land can II lI It" .-Two and
tion. Whilst we have much to discourage, ) arrangement I'po passenger cars suddenly become: nearly twice :Lot gout;
we still have much to encourage the effort( to we will get the Jacksonville i'/tion mid Sa !showI seek! not to 'Hatter them, for before (two additional locomotives: purchased: as the white's chance. J'roli.'ssflrhnlllu regards
I build \'unnah'CIL" on the same day of (publication they can become this they will have to make : and on their way.-General Vurnum, the this us incredible, and believes it to be
up ourwaste places. It i is
a I'a.18pcc duo chiefly to the enfeebled of
and the New York papers probably in an earnest effort in the' direction of one ur contractor for the first fifteen( miles, )has memory
tacle be and
( witnessed daily at this season) negroes, consequently: to tho unreliable
the moving of corn and hay from tin railroad two days after they are printed Ocala will( two things There are some who pine and about completed I his section.-Jlessrs.\ : ( J p.W. testimony given by them to the census enumerators.
depot to the cribs of then feel the daily throb of the great pulsoof sorrow over their' condition, and some who Goodwin and Major John \\'. Tench are 'In proof of t this: the testimony
farmers depleted : many of civilization, and we IIOJHJ will be quick have a false"' pride in it, because they demand in the engineers olllce at the Gainesville end of I1 I r. Cuvanac+ supervisor of registration I in
our particularly sad there New Orleans
; as exists cited.! He declares that
cned into new life and greater consideration I than they nmerit..t want of the l'oaII.-The
activity by construction train will several
no good reason for it. Seated! in my office I registered: colored voters\ were willing
a few days ago was one of Leon county's I the impulse\ thus given it.-The people of of intelligence upon the current topics: of be thirteen umilesvestofl'ulutkanext: Saturday to take bath: that they went KM years old,
and Marion county arc as busy as the hot weather the day and of education is no more excusable night, so ]President Francis informs and one of them raised his hand'and propared -
practical farmers. I
flourishing He
n'sun"t! )
to swear on tilt Itiblo I that he 300
will permit. The railroad is being in a country than in a town-bred girl -Another schooner is was
me he had his tint bushel of corn to (buy.His pushelbriskly us. dailyexpetel! I to years old! Tho census enumerators limited )
I barns are always full-as a consequence forward, dojxjts( are being built, farmers in these days of many books! and newspapers. I arrive at Jacksonville, with 2-V to 300) tons these extravagancies within 13. y'Uni-1i

his i ocket-book i i.s neverempty. I will venture are actively engaged: in their crops, the ( Many girls arc discouraged because I of Iron for the road. So they come.Messrs., ripe old age, most assured, and hardly consistent .
to that farmer orange men are enlarging their groves: and they cannot be sent away from home to \\'. C. Miller, .h 1. I'. Miller and Charles! with statistical science.Proceeding I Imm
no but few if
say or I
who live in farming sections considered any real estate is constantly changing hands. boarding-school,_)but men superior minds C. Killlor urn- (hit n_ cuiirti'oliv_ nn __ _n timl_n. <.>.fl1fr.._.>.ol... 111.gincers .... .... A all I.....1. Atuptlu ..v... U4N...step....1.1111IV" _..... VI_...4111It11".lIll'O...... ._.... .___ '- 'j jna,4
more favorable than our own, has made Our county I is keeping abreast with the and knowledgeot thc world, would rather ut thU end.-\\'. J, l.uwtunuhuhumus termed the "Imrometerof public 'health. j
clear times.-Ornla ISnniur.Orange.. have for wives: women well and properly the contract for (ho middle section uf In mho South, except during' ( tho severe prevalence
more farming with the
money same of
yellow fever colored death
raised! at home and then education be ( miles is : f
can twenty-five pushing" things, and
capital employed, than this Ibm county rate is always higher than the white, and the 1
fanner. 'Fe-dayauutlmerofuurPracticalfarm. The Orange County Fair Association!! dues had whenever the desire J is not wanting. A has only Home ten miles now to grade to excess is: always especially observable in the

ers called to business on business principle, and shows taste fur reading does wonders and an earnest complete his HtlulI.-Th": schooner Mary children under two years of age. The fact
see me the
; a man who at close
vi__.. .me._ __"- _, ... u how[ at a moderate cost, an excellent annual. thirst after knowledge;: is! almost. certainto A. Trainnr, loaded with :300 tons of iron, is that In 1HHO there died in New Orleans' 164
war scuieu in our midst: penniless white children under two years of in
married a daughter of one of our old farmers county fair can IKJ maintained. We t find in attain a sweet draught from the I'icrian dally exjH-cted Hhe was reported only twenty every l.OUO of smell" imputation, while age the
that Spring( "Kuinter A settled on one of the jHxirest places in excellent paper the South Flurula Journal city Saturday, us sheis : children
Leon county, on the Ocklockonee river and of the 12th instant, a financial state coming up under !null, she may not arrive Thu' statistics was :'Jttt, show is by 110 beyond means question exceptional.that
is the ment. The subscription! of $J.V added OF I'it0JItESS. for a day or two.-Work towards Ocala
to-day owner of one of the finest plantations to throughout the West Indies, throughout the
in this county, upon which he has the gate recc-iiit, made the !sum of f1,272.72, While lands were only rated at homestead will be commenced next week, President United States from Muinu to Texas, and)
erected u handsome residence barn which balanced all claims within $2..V pricesit may not have been thought worthwhile II Francis having already] given orders to that wherever the vital statistic have been collected .
stables' and quarter house, has his place Their next county fair !is appointed( t to be to be at the expi-nse, of a clom and accurate e lhs t. Judging from their past work, they white,death the colored rate uniformly exceed the

well stocked with teams, cattle, hogs etc., held on February 7th, 18H2, at Sanford.I We survey but now that they have an will yet reach Ocala before' the Peninsular The ccmm for JtoO states that during thepreceding
and drives( in his buggy a. horse of his own think the true method of sustaining county appreciable i value are worth fifty, twentyfive (Road If they do, won't "other' fellow" ten years the colored population
fairs is by an annual or even ten dollursr acre, it is very feel bad ? Oh, my !-Colonel J-Men' U d. of the 11ntted8tatstncreusel31.7percent.<< ,
raiina.'I: fine membership
an animal payment
as you will findanywhere and the white only 2H.H2( |11\1', tent This
of from $1 to |2 the necessary that the division line' be carefully iiig some good Oil his section, the third one
for ordinary purjiom. ; owns valuable entitling member to free statement Professor(''.alllt' regards as l
real estate in our beautiful city has admission and to become an exhibitor-all established fur it will obviate many di/H-/ from this end of the road. Ho has about incredible In view of tlutwu fact ;: Firs

money to his credit in bank and is altogether ; exhibitors required l to become: member collies that are sure to occur in the future. I l.'iO men in lull' employ, and the work in lx> whenever' in thU country, as in all oth*
No man wants to clear his. neighbor' land I trig rapidly( carried forward to completion, eivllizerlcohntrkmtime tntllltll'H have bcf'gathered : .
as nourishing: happy a man as can be 1'utnatn. the colored cxcx'cdii the whlto
found. for nothing, much less to (plant and tuitivatea I Ky to-night he will havti eight of his ten death-rate. t Second the, while
anywherl'11 of this I is the result of population
.., his application to his farm We are in the midst of a drou'h. the like row of orange! tree sum close upon the line( I|| mile* grading( ennPh4msl.--loin street has onjoyt-d the additional advantage j el l
i #i of which U his the outgrowth of which we have not witnensnl I : I in manydays. that the ownership of the fruit may i henafj II j| 111I I now Ixdig cleared of the immense summit.hCalls having hymn increased I by nearly ?2"U,WJOforeign
present ample fortune. There i Immigrant
April was dry. flay the usual dry I ter be disputed. | on each vide of the track thrown :
r are many other Instanced of I III'wheu Professor Chaillu is of opinion that tlu
tlouri-hing month, has IMII I without
<< rain cloud. Our !
a Ansuitable lady of Orlando risently the roadway wa 'first made.
A Jralu.I
farms in our midst which ccmllllJ6 riled l I I only explanation\ of this alleged incredJbegrowth /
as cisterns are dry, and, from present lil'Iar,1 contributed her fifteenth addition I is there of ho
( to the now working all the time, currying I! colored population is thecare
encouragement for our |people| and which aunts, there will be no change for the letter Caucasian race, a/1tllll'r near neighbor equals I time sand down to the wharf and dumping' it, lessncuH and negligence of enumeration
ought to tend to tilling upour land with the I Soon, \\'., had borne of our heaviest thunder : her in the number that receive a mother' j I effecting a two-fuM object-clearing the at I in that tbuS/auth time in 1870 ; thi (population must

digging hard-working, intelligent farmer win arc I storms this time lo..t year, but now it afestIonyanditrmsc.? : nor are thee two street of unsightly suid-'heums( and raising meraUsl.. Ills have theory 1J'1\I" sustained:\ by trm Mr;,

away on jioor lands in other Ikdion i U MI different that Me arc led to Uliove that the only like ca'ot of blcKalne in the conjugal thy ground near the landing. Henry liuuncttx a cen>,iis expert I (, who |boxcuntrbntmslun
The gentleman last referred to tells me that I in our own semitropical clime climatic article ,jn tl.cmbjott to N.r
relation that vored I
laaftylegsku ; 'fllcJul'lca (Orange county) (,'il;:",. say :
with three .
plows last 'ho I May muuimbrr''ftlienhrNnr/"wJl'wi' i. -.
year lucked and' changes take platv that "
artentirely out of Hiuq. I Within (liie; next twelve nmntln the main r'I.'clC /. .\',":?. .


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: i LOWS TANTKUM8. and I here attract more attention! than any on whose shoulders the mantle of royalty sw hll I l they whirled 1 round, together. JIK.W-* OTKS SUIJIUJl COUnT

other costume: in the room ; nay, even that would soon fall ns a heavy burden. The Louis gazing ;down into Ids partner s -

We, passed from out the dazzling light, their majesties! shall take !special notice of courtiers came up one by one to pay their eyes null drinking in n dangerous lovely Iltoxi.ctltillg JAXt'AKY TF.UM, :\, 1>. 1831.

We left the rustling throng/ dancers ; tile Now, most of our ofllcers! will be there, respects, and were received with the kingly delight, that he did not stop to ana- John S. !Harris, appellant\ i"*. Sarah P. Ferris :
Miss Smith !said to me : We might, and I know that they I\IlIllufln ethershave dignity which made King Maximilian of 1 rze and James, 1 Wilson, administratrix
f I almost think, !sit out the lancers" formed ft league against tile They intend :\ nnd bis sweet and amiable consort (Yirypta faltered and }blushed under that and administrator de/ bonia' ">" of the' estate

i And wandering on, we lost our way- to make me lose! bv not taking the !smallest so universally and deservedly beloved.\ gazens (die had never done before the gaze of David. I Palmer, deceased, ruspundrlmtppemil -
t,, I A country house! I is most perplexing\ heed of my presence, no matter how striking Thcmicen gave the signal) to begin ; and of her Jltrotu',1 She felt strangely happy, from Duvnl Circuit Court.a'riy ,

; i Miss Smith was filled with sweet dismay, my costume.: or how charming my handsome l. instantly the brilliant and I molly throngwere 1111c'oll.IIII\'e he.1 to float on forever in I{ J.
; I And closer! clung-'twas very-vexing. self may tico matter ; I shall win wllzing to thcstrainsofa (' (' !' band. thlt sweet dream Jnlcot. entering Ito possession of prop-
I I all the flame*" The golI(1, of the knightly i statues The of under u
arlor clock struck the first stroke of mid] ( lessee for term years !
J '' We rested at n window seat How so?" which were arranged down each side of the night. The music ceased, and the whole air 'rl114 to expend I$1,000 in improving the

f My hand detained n hand half willing ; Uy going as one of the town sweep", throne-room flashed and lter'e as if the was full of the new year's ('hilll1 from the c'olitTlIl property nnd to divide net proflsnth the

I ; "'c murmured of the floor, the heat, with a ladder and snnt-lng on my back- wearers were endowed! allllight Hof Louis! looked longingly; IltoChn'sta'C' net I lessor is! under obligation keep 11 accurate
L I And other things as!'! wildly thrilling. real Munt,11111(1! you. Do you think they will at any moment descend frol ( pedestalsand permission
Some mistletoe o'orhcad entwined, lot clear the way before tlC tis for n royal lmt'miglewith; the dancers. (Ireeks..Arabs, f'SJ' which uut She did not These accounts lessor has aright
I lave rise to arch but tempting banter ; princess!! ? liven l>)Vttcnhau 'himselfwouldsooner 1 dwrlcc'l of history and romance, priests t refuse, and cutOI their lips Ilrizl'll long, clinging to Where the lessee fails for

i I ki"sed her-lost my I.eacfflf! mind I l lose his wager t than cOle in eOltlu't l Ile\'i!'! whirled 1. round 1 with (the nuns, kiss. Chrysta tore herself il from him, trembling to l'xllllim'render un geelltlfktc 1s his ncruiints. -

And got piece! of her's In!>!tanter, with me." bouquttieries, fairies, priestesses!! violently, years such its they arc, in nn awkward and 1 .
The countess ( help laughing, in of the sun and peasant! girls.
'ollllot Amid the % mind makes expenditures 3.
noisy ,
; congratulations going on unintelligible manner: 1
f : She stamped' her foot, her bosom" rose of her, vexation The waltz is ended and the
spite strangelyassorted around, the two stood side I by side, not daring by his contract, his conduct
And fell I with maidenly vexation ; "It will not do, Albert," she said Itwould couples Ullllthorzeci
; through the
to look nt each other or
: l'rolelalllg or to resume the N i such not to T'IOII'IHlllt
:She sail-lmt what she said [Lord knows, ben disrespect to their majesties to splendid room. !
waltz, lloth' had learned too much of themselves Iris i !! to favorable ( oliHIlr!
I For I was lost in admiration. in such I 1110 "I wonder Albert does !tal'II'll lol.
come h'r' thC'1( a (014I1IC lot make his appearali'e in the last minute, and Chrysta felt 2. testimony upon which the
Hut there she stood deer at "
bay not believe "Oi would even be aflmit'cl"I said a noble looking young man, overwhelmed with 1 shame, and Louis with master ", t I" lost t the appellant
i A picture for a master'sketching!! ; ) fear that, my motl'r. attired as Max( Piccolomini, to Ids; ('011:1.iOI1 self reproach, at the discovery."H admitting tah'clll Unit a'OUI it was the principal testimony
91 soothed her us mortal may, loves a laugh better than thequeen. I would \ stately, and beautiful !!, with :
said Colonel both, the
}rile! m-m Dcttenhaiisen by) )parties in
". And thought she never looked" fetching with that she will tC'llllpon
; make a "c'c'olli wager you long golden hair flowing from Itlc'r her oak to himself. "We shall 1 see bow that will matter ', the Ictln of the
bc"tow, I particular praise MM my (Ii"trutt', wreath, and falling in a wavy mantle over turn I ,
; I My deeds were rash, my words insane: out would not give much for Master court sustaining the master must be pre-
n* fur the door-keei'cr, Prince A- her white dress.!! ,
ThC'I chance of the amid here In such ,
be a case
I At length we could. no longer tarry- \l'rt'! beauty correct \lICSI
; himself i is in in my confidence, and has "Oh, I daresay he will come ," Sim} show in the absence of
{ OOI ,
1 And when we joined the dance again to it all." returned : the appellant can
prli14er arrange indifferently. "Iill'CI lot hear n o m e n "that could pace
j case
Miss Smith was Kate ILI\III was Harry. this testimony, no
I waltz. Von of his
Albert the
Hit, Sylvester! having made sOle wager that he The Sylvester's ball was Frost he cannot prevail
,, I Ten years' possession t has not tirl',1j over King exited it being present,
cannot dance; il'yuu go in such n costume ; would appear; in a wonderful C'Ol"tll\? and his held I icy reign in the lessee thus in is not entitled
j 101lo'e, but I'm in this position : myrmidons :i.{ A ,
; it with .
and know, dance Most lie is IMe"n
can till
waiting the whole ,
{ company ceased
i Cln'ta "Oi streets, which had to echo for
admired !
The taotrutni which I once ; ; shad leH'rt'l 'I to personal ('om managing
She will take it studied
as a have assembled that he
1lt11 of the
10011' may sleigh hells. The dawn of
Have palled) from frequent; repetition.ST. ( it." the the property.'
S;, slight \'ollrohl 1V' more admirers. the new year was breaking in the skv. but d Where, upon a second reference afterexceptions
.Not at all, my mother ; Louis take I do not think will admire him -
C'II you Louis had retired
particularly not to rest. He er's first ,
t? SrI J'/;.';l'mt's KVV.The was to report Ilow'c
It forChrysta Ilm<
in} place. WOII.111 perfectly proper ton iglit: Countess Chrysta. In
pacing restlessly and down his room, having '
up order of
, I Countess von Adlerstein! 1 sat alone in to dance it with Idll. 'she lias, at fact, lie 1 is so doubtful of your approval of waging n great with his own heart. ('Olfrlltiol master, {' 11,1
struggle tot
'1 tier boudoir, an anxious wrinkle on her forehead 1 least, sense enough to see that that I cannot lose his! costume, that he thinks you will refuseto For heart had slum ns mistake in Ilalel'l made in the first;'

-i: ; and an unca"y look in her eyes, us! she my wager for the sake of such! 1 'punctilio.Louis dance the! )'J'c'ter'1 waltz with him, and ,' ('tWl'lt\-tln'eYI'ITlhat, '\ 011IIW awakened, to life, which an \ unadetime subject ofexccptinn
turned now and again; to the window, gazing will explain it to her f delegate all has deputed to le honor, if 'Ol have lie knew 11'was that 11 in love, report, thereto was, such lot beingin
to him for the time he cc'olc report
into privileges concluded ,
out tlierapidlydcepeilugtwiIight my
nnd oh
lIoohjleiulI and! misery-w'ilh! his this outside of second order,
She was listening intently to the tinkle of with a hitter laugh Sylvester's waltz I But know I brother's l'et rot hc" respect tle The )

; every passing sleigh, in the hope of hearing No, Albert. I insist i upon it that vou ought only to dance it'with my rOi fiancee, on And Chrysta? 1 thrill of joy, mingled i is method erroneous/ to correct! to that this error C'xtelt.i is not to except proper
: it turn into the courtyard.: \ do no such thing. The UldII1Il'rj'will be account of"- Chrysta hesitated; with deep with like terror him
something but the court to refer the matter
I to
At last her expectations were! fulfilledand) I irrevocably 011i'udcd. + I loss of blush, and then hurriedly continued: "Why ns be ri The through\ivid blush back apply for review1Vhiere! this method Is
,she summoned the page who waited in tho this miserable wager; to the loss ofChrysta'sfortune. !! should I refuse to dance it with ,Albert, maid trembling rel'all'IIIC'f'llotioll her after that made lot
'' ..antechamber."Has You not do it." Count Louis IHol feizc',1 adopted and the lattl'r h improperly
; ,
Ihli f.uul kiss. Could it be (that Ulm
she too- ? time of which the chancellor
subject nn (
Count Albert arrived ?" I I Pardon, my her. I am sorry Louis was saved the trouble of no exception !
anything rtither
Jraeiollllt answering ; than that I He Louis will
overrules this court ,
; "
; 'I'I'hi411mment, your exccllpIH' "." to displease you, 11 bound to fulfill for at that moment a commotion took placein von .\diet tei11, the proud, bunuraldegentiemil the decree if 101 upl'ul the
.; "Tell him I wish! to speak' to him at my i prti c: I dare vay Chrysta will console the ball-ruunt seldom witnessed within to Ll'trUthe: brother who trusted him! not reverse
within the account
,z once." herself as ('al"ll' as I shall for the changeof the decorus limits of the court. And to steal from him the affections of his exception was the cirl'I'f't!
by the
' n In a few minutes a quick, light step was!' partners. excellency will excuse Little screams from the ladies nnd bursts t !promised wife I Never. He would leave that original the cC'r'I', old the presumptionis and the
heard outside the door, and n tall, fair young my retiring' ; it i is till to dress for the: masquerade of laughter from the gentlemen; announced Munich the next day, unit not master
see Chrysta nnd
.man in Bavarian uniform entered., ioing(; I hope to. enchant 'Ol by that something unusual was taking place. ajtail until the marriage should have court Decree was affirmed.just \ proper
to his mother's side he kissed her band l iuyusiugnppenruucc.' (! \o\s
re- my frusta and Louis pressed forward to see made her Albert's until
irrevocably he
Daniel for J, C.
f .J shall not I shall send the ; Fleming it appellant ;
j. spectfully. see you, lt I'at what noise was about, but retreated should have to her sis
; Your eXt'ell'II'ylCllt for me," be said. ; nn excuse to her majesty', will not go hurriedly from the approach of a most dia ter. Il'aret regard ns I Marcy it Son for respondent

l and there something inexpressibly winning there to see you disgrace I the family of Adlerstein bolieal-luokimmg! figure, clothed in a ragged 1 Count I Louis' lips took stern determ [This case was originally brought in Clay

1.x f, in the frank, joyous tones of his voice, by making\ buffoon of yourself! tight suit and battered hit, which, as \\1 as ined( !set! as lie came to this I! resolution all und county Circuit COlt, but was transferred to
Yes, Albert-sit! down here beside me, and outraging your hl.trotlu'l" his i fa'I were ns black ns a gnome.. t he threw himself on his bod to toss and turns
for 1 have to speak to you seriously. "I am sorry for f'tlrm'cl the young ladder and soot bag were fastened over hi feverishly till morning ,
I The young man gave; an almost perceptible : man, lightly Your excellency will in shoulder, and as the other masks hastily At the same hour Clirysta: her face W. Spratt, appellant. 1'8 AlsonLovettami

shrug of the !shoulders, but obeyed qui that case lose n good laugh, which is, after cleared the way before him, he pnradeil;I in her pillow, bathed in Llric She: Miles Price, rCfllolcelts.-Al-
t from Puval Circuit
, t P'I' etly. all, the only l thing worth I living for." round the rooms, every now and then giving 1 too, for the first time, had! learnt what! love n{peal, ,J,
f :
f I I "Albert you have not now to learn that He left the rool as! he spoke, and, ran upstairs vent to the wel-kllowl nasal cry of the meant, and turned with loathing from fu lot
t I your father is very much discontented( with with I mocking glitter in his eye. Hit Munich sweeps. (tire filled with fur the I 1. Wh'r' upon a general view lt" thecase

11 your conduct of lute ; j'on arc never at home, on the upper( landing; he stopped.l His l l face He marched right up to Colonel Detten- have- bC'Cl. \'uil f'grl'tl might giving the appellant every fair cult \

I and from every quarter we hear, fresh: accounts !. changed to an expression of sad, passionate hausen, )politely presenting his brush, black The Countess von Adlerstein was in a Itrltion of the facts in his favor an application

of your escapades.: 1 (le is determined longing us he !strode resolutely l backwards, and :sooty, for that gentleman's inspection, bad } Contradictions were meeting very of the principles of law controlling
llor the involved
I that there !shall! be an end of this I antffnrwardM once or twice. but (behold warrior gave way 11,1Ie,1 with her on all sides! .to-day, and I it was not in the it must matters be justities the judgment,
I Albert knew very well t that on occasions Hho will be angry No matter. I must precipitation, while shout of frul name of that despotic bear contradic lItnll1
such e IK the his 1 fit 111r9' name was see her," he muttered, tapping at one of the( his brother ofllcers celebrated his discomfit tions equably.. Ildtu ; 2, \lll'rl il CUIIOII law ucton, n de
iIrccloak fence grounds of
( matter
used but as for the! countess' own doors tire The instantly turned the tables This morning! her niece, Hermina! had Oi
sentiments.! Count Adlerstein timid, A gentle voice : I IWI'1 announced dl'arl' available us a defence nt law, the
was a illl\'I'er 011 th1 ; amongst tll'l with! his her illl'ltiol of Ieuvimigheragnilist
( motion should strike it
o feoble.olcl h from clt\lIII'1thcr'lnf "Come III. 'out out
I 1 : ( tnvinciblevcupons, ignoininiously her express she should
government bad long ago been taken by his As! be l'nh'recllllHl shut the ,11/ behind 111 fear thC'11 after and stay Ilti IUII defence is admissible only when it
g the '
; now
!' despotic \vifo. She ruled him with a rod, of him, I l'ale and sorrowful, hit most lovely their gorgeous robes ,h'o:
.iron, amid would fain have exercised the same girl rose from her seat. Idly Albert' had won his wa for Vienna on 1,1ll'l business! When urged 11'It > tvmiuldun account of time
way over her sons ; but tho elder, Count "Albert, you here!l" she. exclaimed in atone mask in !that room had attracted hll'n to comeback! nt least in time for his broth ei/itltli's fit 1/j give him relief against!! the

j' Louis: had ('MCn domestic) tyranny of quiet reproach."Yes much attention. Kven) the royal ) er's marriage, ho answered that it might judgment, if I party having 1 good det -
,; i by entering tho Austrian army, mid Albert Hermina. You will allow me no roused to some curiosity by the stir, \\T'and, be possible. nu fl'ncet law fails tlplca,1 it in the action of

was! not always' us manageably as his mother other opportunity of speaking to you. lam hearing un account of: the matter from '1 he most he was to lawcquity will not grant any relief against
would have liked.\ obliged to seek here in of wOII.llronli:1 remonstrate the j judgment. QuerhethC'r such de
you "litC' your Prince A-, the king one of his I Iequerrit'M with 1
hllllll'Illt \ 1 regarded fence i is olmissubleiiianaction ejectment?
Ijouis had Just returned, on leave of absence prohibition. to summon him with strong i affect
( and
E from Vienna: to find many things "Oh! Albert, you kiotl is wrong to his tll' aUllalol''l'l'l prevail upon I her to renounce her ion project to of :1 UIler the, statute of 1874 the lien fOl'tax1

changed( nt home. Alhert, whom he had loll Youl'rolllbl'IIII' not 1C'(' IIII alone His 1'T'HoICl", appearance: was greeted by ahearty departure, assessed rC'latc,1 to the first of (arch.

I a wild heedless! merry-hearted boy-always again. What good can i piixsihly do? None' : laugh from their majesties, echoed inmore".smothered Accordingly, he went, to Herniina's sane Such huh lel uladl.1 the res without regardto
in amusing scrapes! but; never getting; into unless it be to make u, both Miserable I tones by thvir suite. Theonly tutu, where tuk awaited, him \ o\I'I'hll und Wlcl enforced
I serious lIIi"'I'hil'f-\lhert was most changedof feel( that it is treachery to 1Illt, who has one who did I (lnot !('CI infected by til than be I 1II'l'till'II by sle : : : purchaser
t I nil Wild lie still, was, but all his! lighthearted been kind to mo II her own fl+hiun," general hilarity was the Marshal ; May( IHhlllltl'llnlell ?'' he cried I valid title in fee
HoJ nruJ
as 4. A
\ I gayety was: gone, and Louis[ was astonished "Hermina) my mother has no right 1 to von Lindenberg, who most portentously he klll'kc'.lnt thcdoor.nt thesnulrtiwret the- purchaser nt I tax sale has, during
''f s and, grieved to see the alternate sacrifice us both to her ambition IHlc'I\'C't. on recognizing his( intended son-in- toning without waiting fur permission. period allowed for redemption, no C)
j' I t i bursts of mad tll'irit.1111111 fits of gloomy deHpondency OUolI('!!'!." In w. Poor Hermina bad been packing her tate Il'allr: equitable the lalll Ho has .
\ I) which characterized hitllllanlll'r. Hcrmina'si large; brown eyes filled with Til laughingly l cunplinrnteCun11t 1 trl'alrc'S and, up a lion for the purchasc-nwmie) alil interestallowed

fl' l For nearly year Albert had been betrothedto tears, as she replied firmly : .\'II'11 lbl'lt01 tcill on his excellent given to her by\IIIIIIIl4lal, were 10\.tokl'l'1 all h by the statute.f .

1vc'ry lovely; girl, one of tho belles u YOI must not speak 1 thus of your mother tl"I' in co tlhlC'IHl\lcr suggested that he too drat to her ; and she had shed sti bit > The owner, occupant, or other part

\, I of the ]Havarian ('ourt-Chr\ von Albert. Icllrll'lIow, once forall When '(, on the spot ter tears as she realized how truly for her subject to the assessment under the terms of; .
I Lindenberg, the beautiful heiress of one of your r'l t I h iJ ia a yearago as Master of the 11 tubes to his lljc( >tv, all /fe'l sunshine had departed. the statute, i is the proper person against
; the wealthiest and, noblest families In Mu \ul had not courage to risk t their anger iraf lutl'rc.I'il jiis dear little cousin, what i is the whom to assess n tax during the period of
'L, nick 'fhe time fixed for the marriage was by confessing; your love for Il'. You allowed 1 beard, so\01 low Lllll'IIC'rg I tl only by ter?" asked l ouis, lie saw lat that redemption, mil if I sale for tIXl'l thus assessed
i is had
killCI,11 after the
I now drawing nigh, but Albert's wild yourself to be drawn into the I period redemption
extravagance Iwtrothnl who happened to be standing next to him- Hermiiia was trying the fact; that
t'' IUIlltel'lIof lato so much the topic of forgave )'111 then. I believed it the "Court \Fool would be more appropriate." she had l'l'I'1 weeping.She cOllcl':1 expires, 1llafl'r the purchaser at the first

I conversation that people began: to shake fuuily'race t that we should resign our After round of ironical compliments I could not ut once answer, and he uf.fl'I'ollltdy sale hat oLtaill'ln Ill'l'l.( I good) title in fee

I, their heads and wonder that the CJrllf! von hopes. Since that time I have tried to regard and ns near an approach to jokes as may !be drew her to a seat beside him. passes law to the purchaser at the second sale.

Lindenberg did nub interfere. i Louis bad )'IIIII\ the betrothed }husband ofChrysta allowed in I royal presence, Albert was+ dismissed .)himia( dear, you know we have long been at The the first gives sale.no immunity)' to the purchaser
but n week ago! been introduced to his broth \'UI Lindenberg.. You know best nnd made llotlHr pilgrimage ns brother and sister together. Will
: not (; The,
\ er's intended bride. His first emotion was whether you have endeavored to render my through (the IlIh'r"omIR'llerill I be crowd l tell me what grieves and w'hyyou you haveso in I. terms duty and obligation are used
that of admiration burden easier to bear whether ; \01 refl'T'I'C to taxes in two senses : I the first
strong for her ,great beauty ; "Oi have right and IC'f hl'fuf1 hll. the suddenly resolved to leave our ?
I and wonder that Albert could )bo unhap since l'h'l honorably either to mite or to !speaking 1 word to his fiancee Illalcwithout Jnstat this moment, too, when mother hOll"o" btlJ.t reference to tl sovereign imposing
my the '
I 1 I flY while possessing; the love of so glorious a eh \': stood leaning on the arm of Count Louis, regarding has most need! of ." victual 111.1 in reference il.1.
i :; ; but so he l'\'i Albert now listened quietly his, moth darling, how ('lli Isre I \01 d.iilvandkcepup I Was it pique that made the CountessChrysta ) she sobbed' hiding her face him State I is l fixed by the legislative l"ilCtlllclt

er's tirade, nod answered I with provoking ill.ditl'l'rl'nce the rule of quiet, ('ul inly friendship 'Ol accord suel gracious utt'ltiol to 'uu.II she will never toll you I'lt fll I will." imposing individuals the tax The Iltl'r of obligations

: have chosen to ll"i:1! me? I i is too much the efforts of I< \01 .\dh'ntl.ill her t cried Albert, who had entered the room un- bl.twltl Iri'I'S the 1 legal or
') "I was not aware that 1 had been doing that I should : 101'lt'l weakness entertainment during the remainder of .tho perceived.Hermina. equitable neither relations of the parties inter xe. In

anything worso than usual to excite your by \rdlll'lln'l of my whole life- And 1 evening? It was very natural she should l : sprang to her feet with case is UI obligation or duty fixed
It S displeasure" my precious mother" yours tOi, lla. I knlw'wl'l that 'Ol love dance I good deal with one soon to be so and trio I to !silence him ; but }be wont on ors in, ; by 7.the Kvcry: tl'f'fact of uWllc'Thll in the land
( 01'1>0 than lI"ual'o unfortunately! me atilt (llot, Wl'lIIl lot separate, closely connected with her, but she H'I'lIIl'lto 1 spite of her. person claims an es
tate in land
,'you are getting; accustomed to this course of; I will do anything ; I will"'I have ,<('ntrdli1r.ottl'l her truant lover Ixuis. you are the only person that I can has nut for that reason a claim
or right against
dissipation : but its consequences are now lan %'Ill keep your engagement to and I to : ;, )' the ('CI'I'ra.tlon trust, ( may bo able to every other person claiming I
I .becoming 1 ; more serious. on account of your Chrystu, Albert, and you must never see meagain. of t Louis \us ll to give rise to various remarks 11, alll'rlwls wishes to }leave hl'll i( or having tll' tate in the land by which his

.1.l' I apIr0uehminmitarriage.; This'l'rr night I wllik my)' aunt among the bystanders."One because she} and 1 love each other, and lS she: adversaryiaiiitant taxes. 1 is bound to I'Uthe
i Albert's brows contracted, and he gave to allow me to go at once 'I'III'"s Nilsdorf. would tIthll von Lindenberg dreads outbreak that must
slight shudder I as his mother M Nl ke. Sho 1 wi not be the cause breaking; consoles herself Frlllll very for the tl. I cannot, and will not come fulfill sale
-y' continued, without noticing hi11 your OWI hllor-1111 Chrysta's heart" negligence of her Ilh'ldl'tl," said the Uaroniss engagement to Chrysta. would bo my was hll! was assessed against a !ort-

I father this nturmiili;,. Ho declares that In She cares little or nothing,.: about lime and, ,1,11 nut throw him over ",\ what are you saying?" exclaimed for redemption from first sale there was no
tlI' to"ifthl' !scandal of breaking off a public Hermina, if t'hQ'tta breaks her l'UII'IIII'lt c'tll'rh"lir\'lhl ', the latter, whou" very x>uN, wildly. You du not love Chrysta:?" duty ii|"m the part of the mortgagee out of

t 'betrothal ho will insist l on Chrysta'sgiving it to ti'. would you still be MI unrelenting I the loss I of ids WI (r. "Albert von .Love her? I almost hate her. My at II""H'N11 to tlC stranger ey bad 'purchased
I''up if you do l not (duct." "Oh, Albert Chrysta would never dare will never be anything but weakness made mo cow first ta! j-uy this tax and he could

r I I Albert looked up cilddenlyI, and an irrepressible break I formal betrothal, even If slit'} wished a\II'Th'il Wt'athl'I'ol'k. Very lll"f'nt from that llclmll lCl'u"'ll betrothal, but it is consent iniMj| siblu to sale bid and acquire I good title at the second i

t I l gleam of joy illuminated his fair, i-whidll. cannot hlil'\ Oh, 10 'h'n'I. liH lIIalll' brother of ( (' Ilt'lur to carry i out Chrysta does not care for D, The general rule in ij j
delicate features, 1 '. And (
It \U IIWItt'rt, this must ,. that Iunh's01 linden me ; and love and )have loved all life ejectment is that
': ''I believe that Chrysta would be glad herself end I ; )'01 must h'l'c' 11'. berg and bo would have made a splendid I none but Mina.[ my 'I any title acquired subsequent to issue joined

'j I if it were broken off, my mother. She "Mina; ileeritv"I( \1 not give you up( I pair?" A happy light holl(in Count Louis IIIitc set up by a plea pluis darrien con-
0 tinuance.
!; has never really cared for ." I 1 tell wild eyes 11'here, however, no injustice
1I1l''l' wllot 'II Ilaho hl'I.Il "True. said the lady, 1\latnlr, "bur t and he grasped hl brother'l dune is
: \p This J is folly, Albert I She does, or did :, in other ways ; but mv love fu Chrysta 1 would never nary ".\ I believe-I hope haldIltl'rtI I can extricateyou 1 tax deed in the hands of the original '

t care for you until you did your best to dis- you is as stein; a* death, and I wIl not !IM' They: are publicly betrothed. \' from this dilemma. What ) purchaser which the may hate relation to the day (III k
,: I gust; her by your systematic neglect. You false to it. All }hope is not yet I \' The evening drew to un end, and hey if Chrvsta were to prove wIIII01 party was entitled to it and .if
{ iIi such
t t have twice put off your marriage on one still get out of the engagement with }honor; lime last hour of tho old ).(lr. A little yourself1'"Say; W us day precedes the date ujum which i issue twas t

A t :t li li f "pretextV)r another ; and now that it is finally but this I swear, that whether con are my twelve o'clock time notes of time.Faust', mu I should bios her fickleness I issue joined, it is admissible under the general

I (, J / fixed for next month! and that custom wife or not, I "ill'\'l'r 1lfn't"hn'sra.01 Sicsoundelforthamid tho cavaliers claimed 1 should not, indeed, call it so, for she never Judgment
r ,: 1 exacts your being constantly .seen in public Lindcnbi-rg, any Itll'r woman. Ikumi as I their partners'for their most coveted dance, I\'CI me." Cockrell A alrmc

i,111.'' I with your fiancee, you never go near her, may be, I ant not enough towear to '1'Pie )Sylvester Waltz." which gives thoprivilege "S) much the better. I )have the more for for appellant ; C, *>,
i and spend your time( Heaven knows i where. )love one woman while mv whole heart and 1 of a salute as the tnt stroke "fthl dlalC'l of supplanting you." Cooper respondent.( t'

; We only hear of you through some act of soul arc given to another.1'With clock announces the \ of the new "You, Louisre! you serious?" The Florida
I folly by which you have made yourself the that he released) her. and went out ; year. "Perfectly *), I daresay mother will Central IJailroad 1 )
:,1 I II I.i town talk What (is: this wager of which while Hermina tm'\herself on the sofa, in "Chrysta, yon will dance with me, will not care much which of her my sons marries pc-llan, is. II, IKsbee, Jr., tolun1); i

+ r j Count Lindenberg speaks' ?" I passion of teur you not ?" Mud Irfiuiseagerly, "IhateAI.mco Cbrvsta, *o long as she becomes her h- Wrt'tadt Api-oul frut. Duval Circuit Court __
Oh that I !Ho ho has heard of it !" said I ert'a II'rli. iu11.' ter-in-Iaw. only remains to hcscvnwhcth-dal} : -'. ;

: ;i I Albert, laughing carelessly. Your excel'lency The gorgeous state apartments of the new if .\It. rt diN'' not elm mil with mil or wo can I t the .' lad)"' consent to i faros 1. "ht third' IS done under u decree is* valid !so t
1 li ,, ; i need not l'fIIIlhollt l,: tho wager. It is I palace were tl.>odcd with light and glittering g htintself, hI hls: eertainly ." rlllt to 1111"10uf e the change l young; i lo'r.l are concerned, notwith-

t'l"q" harmh-xMiu with gilding, frl"l\e. and the brilliant cos 1)' Band," r.'tllrl,1 l'hry.tL \ ) That doubt ctiilot(1 lung; atunllingthesuhsevftlent. Where reversal of the, de'rl'C.
,, :+J lint for un enormously heavy sum, and hllt'of I throng of maskers, "Juwl'\'r. .',,' eutunueul, II u softer tone A month .cuI Eve ILi"t. Sylvester dccn'ebare\ money collected under such
.into that will half ruin you if you lose it." Tho king;and queen had: just entered the I t" euuycutb laliticstyill l><'nni t a double wedding took place in the debt of applied: by order of court to a

,1 i .. "I shall not lose it. The wager, was orig. white thrllh'llt with the 'OIIJ crownprince mc Ul'l". \;th'IU.. Nu ( !', Id I:join Hof halt'Ilc, the contnuting being plaintiff against to a tilirtL person tll'r is: no ,
Colonel IVttcnhausen his|little| Max I Jllrtl' remedy) Iud,
with but 11111 tilt'
inallv ; the King wl1z"r. Count I-OUH \ r>tcin, heir II'rtul j
"lnt" subsequent 11"1
,,'hof'Tt"imcnt. ha taken it up, determined stood on the di.is, hi* batd: ,I unu te.liugttlt'of r |. Ii. 14m..'II his arm aroimd }her waist e>s of the : !. \\ Ilcr re\'eTaJ of the I
IIlt'lt flll.t
t.o i punish! my vanity. The terms: were, !that hiI.""n ; u slender strippling with! I liiyi' tisl"ugn ; rut lll! a moiiu-nt they' \t'rl'in the harmed 1 and hl.I'I'lherI.'rt, Hl'ftillu IIIIIILI t erect by Inn? a receiver; has i'">neys il'jUet-

1 f should go to the court masquerade. tu-night! oyi-", and an absent dreamilyalr--oy % ;I,; m-le, "' \-r, fllt'r r the( music ; and d Wall uturta; applicable; under to I dtvnw such

t,' plaintiff's demand.

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1\11111\ portion of such moneys i ie: applied bv doubts} of the good 1 faith. or innocence of the New Orleans on I'riday ; from New Orleans: : !i: Iloohs, mind Stationary. Tor Tampa and '';' '%Yesl.! ,

order. of court to the payment of the l'Iaililof i'1iintiIIlupurchasing it. J on atllr.lafrlllll* : Havana and Key West t, .I \ \1.\ j

plaintiH"s attorney against t the pluintif. 4. 1 Reputation\ that the .payee of a note i iu it I| tin Friday ; for l'I'Y't'st and Havana, on ii4 U .\ (ii.: I) IM.: \v. '
for his services in the suit, a subsequent reversal "conjurer: fortune-tellcr," and proofthat 1 Saturday.With, f 1"\'U.\ .Sloam-slili. .. ( 1/i I.. \ .:, I
of the decree and of the order direct I a }probable consideration of t the note'us Florida) \: Havana Mail steamship Wholesale and Retail!! -- --------- 1
ing payment to the attorney of his claim medicine and nursing; furnished\ to the !sick' I ('.,11I pI1I: "i'I' Steamers( for Key West t ami I Tampa ?

against plaintiff, there being: no superscdeas! man bv the! reputed\ conjurer\ and fortuneteller : on Monday( and Thursday. I '
when the money was applied, gives the defendant is not evidence. that the note was given With. Stcanur Iuterpriar, for points on the I ) OOKS. S'I''I'IOXItn'1..1: h-
no claim against the attorney. in consideration!' of ('''I1Jl1rln ," ('ll'., 01 \\11111'l': 1'ivcr, on Thursdays: at 3\: defence upon equitable grounds, that consideration was illegal.Judgment !. For information respecting\ routes, rates! .\ HI'SK..V '. .

t'1ilelisets tip as: the !'lIh lantHlII"IUil" a tier reversed and new I rial granted. etc., apply to :2
fence at law, :such defence at law )having ;XI. C. Jordan for plaintifV in error ; C.! I1, .\. O. ;MvlHNii.L[ : !) W'S: ItVY\ SntKT: -u )

been already interposed[ hy plea: (Quell plea' (Cooper for defendant IlIl'rrllr.UuUrnaul" (;icn'l Ticket and Pass. Agent. CARRYINO: : THE: F. :S. MAIL(
being a //00,11'\, : ), should be disallowed.Judgment : D 1 I-1.:. JI( \XWnl., (;ien'! Supt. JlT 1 .
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'" allirmed.James 1. ----- --- -- JACKSONVILLE( 1 ( I I:, FLOUIDA.:
:XI.' Baker nail J. T. Walker for 'LOIIIDA)! CKNTHAL UAILltOAD.: : I
: of the ,,11111111'111111.1 elegant Steamer,
; II. Jenkins Jr., for 1l'l""lltr'nt.Willia1l1 .1. ONE
'I'DmIm: tlDtNl! ) VVKST.Leave '. the above(, Line ", ilIl"II\.u Cedar Keyevery

I'. Marvin( sunning partner of the all.' TilE.1TLINTICl1TL1' } : Jacksonville ............ ......... Slft: v. >: t. Xlonday( at 1.00:\ p. III., for

late linn of J. XI.: ( .t W. P. .\(ul'vln.I'I'd.. Leave White' House..................... S.Vl: : .\. :M.Leave Maiialw:
lant, rs. George \\'. Hampton and Susan !\ & WEST:: 1 INDIA THAN- lIal,1\\ ill ........................... !)::3u: .v. :M.Leave rt'"Nehool: llooliNti" Npccialtl'"fiCliner Tampa.

A. K.: Hampton, his wife, re''pondentAppeal } SIT UA1LKOAD.PENINSULAR 1 Darby v.ille.......................... !DiJ.): i v. :M. And nl'nlelc.lon.

from Jeflerson (:OUnty'ircuit'onrt. Leave Sanderson.........................10:40: .\. M.LeaveOlustee : mind OciMiu Nletunboalu.rr I
I Wcstcutt{ ( J. : ; t : RAILROAD: : ) ) ............... ......... ......I 1 11:21 I: I A. >: l. and every Xlonday and\ Thursday, at (1:1)(1: ) .:
1. Where the proofs offered hy a [plaintiff itldo hramrh ) Leave Mt. .lllft l: $ .\. :M. p. in. lor'j,
in support of Ins case: leave the matter in ( LentelakePity l ................. .........i2:1'r.M:!: : '- 'Ion <; .\ x 1, i X.: '-n", 1
such doubt and \111'rlallltth.t it i is impossible \.M Leave Live (Oak........ ,................. :2tO!:: i'. :M.Leave 1'uutmi RIIMM11, and IC<< )' 11'rrt. .

for the court to do justice or make anyspecific1 \ : ;Xladison: ........................ .......ll": r.: M. ( #i-
decree, the hill should be di mN eil. FERNANDINA: JACKSONVILLE( : Leave Drifton I ......................... ......Ii( In) r. M. ,
2. Where before a final hearing a suit i isdismissed RAILROAD.: 1 Leave Tallahassee ............ ........... S.r: >0 i1. M. (Connections\ made: at Vilar Key with the
as to defendant in the absence Leave ( imiiiev..I IO'J.s t): I'. :'al i. Florida Transit 1'ailroad\ from and'[ to all

of a transcript of the record in which the order Arrive' ( 'hat tamuachee llivcr...,.....IIr1)1 : r. :M.UOINU points Noithand West ; at Puiita Ibis: a with
1 is made: or of allY positive} 1'\ Ill1'1I1'IIf Steamer for Fort ;flyers:!, !Fort Ogden, and I
/" F.ffn't; Mny Mli, 188rol /. : KV!\T. I I
Pine Level.Through.
the ground of the order, the court cannot
in a collateral[ suit! that the judgment Leave Chattahoochee Hiver.... ..... 1 1ln::? \. :M. I : : Tickets are on sale at Fernan
presume!subsequently rendered! against the Arrive Quincy....................... ...... ft.ft'J: :! A. M. U.----------------- dins, Jacksonville, (iainesville i and Cedar
other defendant was binding upon[ the defendant ; um sorril. Arrive Tallahassee............... ........ 7:150:: .\. M.Arrive Key, at greatly reduced rates, for all principal
Drifton ......... .................... !0ti.t: the .
to whom it dismissed that : :II.A points on Julf Coast.
as was ,or Leave rernandina........ ...... ......... !0.00 a.m. Will ka'c.tlr Key
the order dismissing the suit was an adjudication Leave Hart's[ !B."; a.m. rrl Madison; ...........................11.'ft:! ) .v. M. J.1.: 1.11.1'111Cen'I! .1));'t, '
1 Arrive Live (Oak) ................... ...... 1:101'.1\1.! Cedar Fla.
!in favor of the defendant. : lit: Key,
Leave Callahan........ .................. 10.ft2:! !I.III. FOR NEW ORLEANS: : 1:1'IItOil: LlIt .
Arrive Like ............ ...... ...... 4.00 r. :M. -
II. A defendant relying the defence City ; --------- -- ---- -- ---- -
upon( Leave Dutton.11.112: :! a.m. FRIDAY.)
that the same matter was !in issue, and determined Leave \ Itranch .11..'18 a.m. Arrive :tIt Carrie................ ......... .l'tl:: r. M. .r.c''HT. XIAUY'S; [ IIIVEUtJt: ,
in former suit should !set forth Itrandy Arrive Olustee.................... ......... .1:511': M. .
a Leave Italdwin :.0:
: ir/r :
xo much of the former proceeding as will Leave Maxville; :!.:I: p.m. ArrlaII111.1'''".............. .... ...... ,'}:: IU i>. M. S'I'I'1).\<: / 111111'.1\Y.:
show that the same was then mil issue : p.m. Arrive Darbyville I ...... ......... ......... (15:20:: i'. M. KEY T V..'
point Leave 1.1:11'.111. FOR WEST:: AND HAVANA
and determined lUll\ should aver that thealll.'gatioll'l Lawtey ) Arrive: Italdvvin\ ........................... (il5!: P. M.Arrive n.
Leave 1.15): III.
as to the title to relief were .substantially Leave Starke Temple's. l.IW 1' White House.................... 7:2.:: ") r. M. E:\ ERY (1'1'11111SA'I'llRlL1VI'.11:5ON .

the !same in the second, bill as in LeuveThurston l.l p.m.p.m. Arrive Jacksonville...................... 8.00) r. M. 1. : j

the first. Leave \\. 2.tl: p.m. ('aN S.I'TIO-ItI.-\I.: Bald Vin with A,, (t. .v: y. I

4. A decree in a suit to which a person Leave Jainesville... 3.80: :; p.m. \\'. J. '1', it. U., for Cedar Key Jainesville; : 4 ,v;: HALE:, Agents TIIK KTKAMEIUSTLOKA
was not a party does! not bind! him. Ix-ave Arredondo :3.ft2:! 1'.111. and Fernandina. and all points North and .
Decree reversed. West at K-ike for Tallahassee! SM.'tt: Cedar 1 Key, Fla.XI .9.11..11.'Uplllill .\
Leave Itatton.1.07 1'.III. ; City Albany, :;
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Tosco and Palmer, for appellant( ; Patterson Leave Archer. .1.15)) p.m. :Savannah: and all! points North and West ; 4 ( !Kirn Mii'Hox. Captain --- ,',
for respondent. Leave Itronson! ft.Ol) ji.m. at Jacksonville: it. Johns River Steam ( A LORY'S

Leave Otter Creek. ,'):10 p.III.i ('1'4. J. S. ;KLKOY! : ,
Thomas Whillol'k, appellant( rt. '1'. H.Willard i Ix-ave Rosewood: <:llii ji.m. \\'. ;XI. n.\\'Jlsns, :Xlastcr Trausp'n. ri.oitn S'I'R\JISIIU. ..'XI':. W DAILY SEHVICE.-R-! : :

(!sherill) tt nl., respondents( -Appeal Arrive Cedar, h.(.).. .", p.m. Superintendent.JACKSONVILLE I 1.
from Madison: Circuit Court.It'ostcrft The 1'Inralenter Fernandina forSt.Xlarv': (

J. : UOJMI: :NOKTir. :, 1'ENSACOLA: : AND} Only ircl I.lno to XC",v York. Itiver landings every Xlonday, Wednesdajand '

1. While an administrator. may, italertme Leave Cedar (. ft.W: a.m. : .: 11AIIAVAY.On Friday-returning! on 'I'uesdny'Juts! rs

statutes of this State, maintain an action of l Leave Rosewood......................... 0.10 a.m. and after Monday flay 2, I 4 Trains dav and Saturday.
ejectment upon( the title of the IIII{' Iatc to Leave Otter Creek........ ............... 7.00a.m. on this road will ;daily, [ the) ;Martha/ leaves: Fcrnamlina fur same
: run except[ Sunday, .. ,'
recover (possession, yet not being an owner, Leave Itronson................ ........ ... 7.4l! a.m. as follows : Lj \ points every 7'usday'I'hlusal.ly! !: and Saturday

joint tenant, tenant in common or coparce-: Leave Archer........... ............ ...... {. //i'! a.m. tioi.Mi wr.sr. -returning every :Xlonday<< Wednesdayand
tier, within the meaning of the statute giving Leave Nation H.:11'I: I.II1. Friday.
such persons! a right to partition: he cannot Leave Arredondo S.fts a.m. Leave Lk.l'ilr..l:} ..::11 p.m..11.00 a.m. .
have partition. Leave ainesville! i i !B.3.> a.m. Leave Welborn........... 1.20: p.m..12.00' ) m. _. Through. Hill" ofby Ii.tI.ig. I

Decree reversed L'a'eVllltl" .: ) 11.111. 1..u\.I.lIoll..lolI............ ]l.a:}tspm..I230p.m i I:! :: THE: FINE: STEAMSHIPS: : :\ : ;''ml( .\ LI.OltY'I.Ia:\ ( : : of Steamers to all

I'HSCO and Palmer and I ,1. N" Stripling( fur Leave Thurstoii.10.51( I a.m. Arrive Live Oak......:.:. -2.oo' )p.m... points on the ;t. :Xlary's\

appellant} ; .Patterson respondents.' Leave Stark..11.11 a.m. I.'aUn' Oak.......... 2.110:\ ) j'>.m... l.top.m. WISTIII.\: : 'IAS.CAPT.: C'10N ('o..t"c"ICtn

Leave Temple's)' ..........................It1._'tI a.m. Leave Custcr........ ..... 2.lsp.m.! i .. 2.1ftp.m.; HINES I '
Eliza; K.: Shear, appellant, William L. .11.17:! made with the New York, Charleston and
Leave Lawtev a.m.
Robinson appellee.llnmMI L'aElla'illt'............ ::1.:01'.111.:: Savannah Steamers. E
XIa.xville .:") .
Leave ; II' III. ('ITY or in iiAS.
Leave ;Xladison: ....... 4 1.15 .111.
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Leave Italdwin 1.10( ji.m. ::: noon! ACCOXIXIODATIONH( a
1. 1. When a married woman has appeared Leave Itrandy Itranch................. 1.2: p.m. Leave < \.il-, : : : 5.15 I p.m. PA IT. RISK.ONE :\ for Passengers. Excursionists; f 1 and Tourists t
( before a magistrate,; having signed a decdand I Leave Dutton) l.tt p.m. Leave Aucilla..... ...... (i.lo; p.m. :
. acknowledged it, and, he certifies a fullcompliance Leave I Callahan: ..... ..................... ''.22lm.tn: : of the above, Steamers will leave will find this IL'l'ry attractive trip, as! the
with his certificate. Leave Drifton( ..... ......! ('i.; 10 '.mil. Hcenery is ).grand: and alligators and othergame
( statute Leave Hart's Road: ...................... :a.( -."> j>.m. Leave Xlonticcllo; ......... ft.fto .. '..lira for New York etery''I'hilrs- 1I1I1t.
fraud be shown must be held, conelusive ji.m. ) are 1IIII1<<
except rernandina I.IHI .. day, on arrival afternoon trains! fromJacksonville'and
Arrive p.m. -- --- -- ---
of tIll! facts it asserts; (agreeing with Leave\ Lloyd's..... ....... 7.11 )",mil. 1 1 Cedar Key. p.lEither( of the above Steamers can lit .
Hart ex. L'Kngle d al., January term. 1SS1.) Trains daily: except Sunday.PENINSULAR Leave Chain's'...... .... 7. Ii) p.m. This line I having no transfers! to make chartered, for excursion parties at any time.
j 2. A conveyance of land and other }property ) : "-- .. ---- between For further information npplv' to .
in form (of an absolute deed, bargain Arrive Tallahassee:.. ... 8.2ft:! p.m. A. H. NOVES": Agent.2ftv212v .
Leave Tallahasse......... S.ftO p.1II.L.u ;$ Fernandina Fla
and sale in consideration of an indebtcdiusssecured ; I :; RAILROAD.: :
the H' :dial I way...... ...... !Si.'K! JMII. ,
hy a prior mortgage ((held by ( \II\alto> llfttmh.) '
grantee: who is in possession! under: lease) Leave: Quiiicy.............10.28: ".III. Oilers the Sloes and Tinware.
and of subsequent, 1Ilnll1el'oahl deed being t.olX: HH'TII. Leave ;Xlt. I'Iea...anl..II.1)11..nt. --

executed under circumstances: : inducing the Ll'a'c:11,1... Junction................ 2. la p.m. Arrive Chatta. Itiver..ll.fto: 1111'XU:: ; (CHEAPEST: ; TRANSPORTATION ; ) w. i*. NTIIIITV: : ,

grantor to believe that !it is intended as a security Leave Santa 1'e......... ......... ......... :1.1: S p.llI. ji.m. .
for the money named as time con hll'r- Leave Hawthorne ....................... .I:.Oft i'.m. CHINO Wl>'r-ST. MVKKS MVislON.TitcKiliiyii TO) FLORIDA: SHIPPERS.: :Second I Street I opposite I the Post-Olllce. !

\ atoll ; and the prior: mortgage being foreclosed Leave Lochloosa[ .......................... .l.lft. p.m. .
\ by the grantee for the entire amount I Leave Orange Lake.................... ft.10 p.m. ( T/li'ttd.yvraul.Mrho/( named a's! the! consideration of the ,deed the Arrive i.(HJ 1'.111. Leave: 'Tallahassee! ..................... ()MHa.iH.' in halllllill.t.I .' "- .,l.--:: ,_ .
mortgagor, a married woman consenting Leave Chattahoochcc......... ...........HI.111 a.m. I fi ..--.-... .
thereto, and the prayer of the bill asking: for, UOINO: NOKTII. Arrive! :. :.. St._ Marks. ......... .:..:..:..::..;10..1fta.in. i I'.1SSI'INfll'.I.1't'lE'mlM01).1TI0N5: : ( ; (()( AREFIRSTCLASS. !: : -, ( f rT":.!- : "':

a decree of sale, and that the proceeds of the Leave[ Ocala........................... .....Vl.'i a.m. 1.tJI1KM1': :: :: !
sale be applied to pay the complainant the Leave (Orange) I Lake ..................... 7.20) a.m. LjLw1I
Leave Chatta. Kiver: .... l..
amount of money named as! the consideration ])('11\0 I ochloosa............... ..... ..." H.O:; 11.111. >0a.m. Tim traveling public are offered( the' advantages
of the deed and interest thereon, and Leave Hawthorne....................... !).lft a.m. Leave Chattahoochee... I I.\I:!!) a.m. of a DIRECT) : : I.I WITHOUT: !
the surplus, if any, to b he I ,paid to the grantor ; U-ave Santa 1-V........................... Mft: a.m. 1.1'an'11.:( I Pleasant...... ft.lfta.m. ANY CIIANiSEM.1 1 (i : ; Connections made at ,

I ouch deed l will be deemed a p orta; ,.,.",. Arrive Waldo Junction.... .......... 10.1ft a.m. Leave <}uincy............. i..i2 1I.1i'L. Fernandina. witli all steamboats: for all I

:3..1: decree procured by the complainant leave Xlidwaj'........... .0.41; a.m.Arrive \points on the St. ,J 01 III Ocklawaha, mill ,y.r .
iiinler such foreclosure h khprovl.Ii ---- --- -
proceedings, w -- '
Indian Rivers: and with the Transit Railroad !
Tallahassee,.:.... 7.8On.ul: .
: that the surplus on sale of thepremises
Fernandina for all
at I'lIilwlIlltlllliolls' ,
Leave Tallahassee...,... 8.00a.m.)
after tho complainant the
,paying : and! (bill'party in Florida' .
amount named in the deed of conveyance, UAIL11OAD. Ix-ave Clluir<'::4'......... .... X.I 13: a.m. -.1\1. ..;)

is! to be paid to the grantor or mortgagor, is i Leave Lloyd's.............. Ji.OS{ n.III. FREK.'IIT AND) PASSENGER: : RATES: ::;
substantial evidence of the character of the -- --
deed as: a security (nil In 1 Bert May fitlt, J181. Leave ;Xlonticello; ..:.:.:: !I(14)a.nl.. : : AS LOW AS! ItY I INDIRECT I : : LINIy.1i !.

\\'hI'IIIIInrt ) bids in fort Leave Drifton...... ........ !i.4ftu.m.'
4. a co property -- -- STOVMS; I HEATERS: : .; R.\NJEIW.( :
Th Rates and
rough Hills of ,
much larger sum than the amount due by liOIMI KOfTH. 1t'a(1lIdlll .=.::...10.10 a.m.;
the decree of sale, under the ILIlvil'I'of'olJJi- l..cave .n\.llIl..III.t. : a.m. to IIl1pp lltS. TIN \NIJ HIII.a1'lItON1:1: : : :,
sel, that he would not be required i to Leave \.rllawHlla..I1.to J 11.111. tt ft.'M:; ) p.m. : For passage: or further IlIfirlllutio'IIII..ply. )
over surplus to the mortgagor, and being leave: Hart's I jtoa'I..11..1:11I.1I1.-: 'i.lJlI.III. Leave ;Jladinan..I: 1 11.40. a.m.IAMVP tll IIOOFINU( AND! JUTTERINO: ,
any El laville..J".S.S: ". .. n..".') R. W. '
Arrive Jaeksnmiyille..l2.50\ : ) i\ 7.05 p.m. a.m. 1"OII'I'lIsv'K.lgcmt,
advised,; that he is entitled[ to retain such i.nl. p.m. rilMl-S, DRIVEN: WELLS: ;;, En: :
surplus because he is: already the owner of (Leave:: : i h.r-:::.:..:..... 1 l--.T:: ;in.:. 7.0V: )a.m I. Fernundina.
the property so sold, holy not entitled to be (;OINU NOKTH. Arrive Live Oak......... 1.-101'.11I... i.lO: \ a.m. C.: J H.| MALLORY(: ,t ( 0., A large Mock of Stoves on hand (live mea

I relieved from his: hid, on the alleged: ground Leave[ JUCkKOII\1\11'.1I..00\ a.m. .\: :i.1011.111. leave f _Live f Oak.......... 2.10 j jIxavc '>..m... $.lNl) 11.111. Pier 20 East River... .New York.. 2-tf.. call, und compare mv prices with those ot r
that he acted under leave Hart's Itoad.3.t! :!:: a.m. k f.lft p.m. ---- -- --- --- other housi-s, here ur elsewhere.R. ) .
mistake of fact themisapprehension
a ; Arrive 1'"crnandina..1o.:1.i 11.11I.t.fo Houston........,.... :2.32:! |p.tn' .. 8'lftu.m.\
p.m. SI.11Jn, : : : '
being purely one of law Leave Welborn: .......... .. :-'i.00 j 1'.11I... !MOa.m.Airive .
and not of fact. Iuuble'fraiu' s: daily except Sunday.CONNKCT1ONS. -- ,.. IIIMHIC.SO.V.FIFTH : '.
:>. A purchaser; i is not entitled to be relieved Like (City......... ::1.1.. <) p.m..lo.oi. a.m. Tilt HTKIMKIW:
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moon the additional ground that the properly ;. /O"I1U1'.1.: MIEN MVIrlllN.Tufwliiy .

is worth much less: than he had hid: cs- ( *, TIIIlr"d"j.111111l! Mitui-iliiy) [ ST. jonvsj! 2 :JfiTVPoi.vrJ:
\T FEKVANpl.NM: KIWith \., )
|IH'('lady where another res|oiisible bidderutli'real leave St. Xlarks........ ......... .........1:!.II.' a.m. -----* *------ -. *
$7,!NM) and the purchaser bid $'4,()("). New York and 1-Yrnandinu .Steam- Lcatc Wakulhi.......... ..................12.Ou.m.ArriveTallahass : :! .
u.:1; paper purporting) to be release: of hip Line from New York on Tuesday ut t) -e....... ..... .... .. l.top.m.,
the complainant from the effects of his bid a. in. or 4.00 p. in., and for New Yo'rk; : on : = :_ : ..!.I y

at a mortgage sale,signed by the mortgagors, Thursdav after arrival of afternoon train COX N E1'I ONS.

(a narriemlwoman and her invalid husband) With Georgia and Florida, Inland Steam Ruth East ami West bound trains meet at j :
and releasing the purchaser from payingover boat Company from Savannah daily except
Live Oak und) connect with 2:1ft: >> train on Savannah
the surplus, to which the mortgagors ;Monday ; for Savannah daily except :Sunday Florida & Western Hl1ilrwul for X D E U TAKIK.:

are entitled by the decree of sale, the assent" With Charleston ( ttunierfrutu Havunnuh javannah and Albany.1'assengen HT.. J'KHNANDINA: FLA.BURIAL .
to which paper having been obtained by the anal Charleston on Wednesday and Sunday; for Chattahoi' cht-e lliver lloatsonneet '\ )11.1.. leave Fernundina for Ja<'bun villa

complainant by imposing upon their weakness fir Savannah and! Charleston Tuesday and (" with strainer ItelHt-ca. Evtringham; and I'alatku, and intcrme:.;t. Hf.\I.I.W 4)ASJ-a,
and confidence in the absence of counsel Yiday. inlet on the St. John's River, and Savannah '
very Thursday \imlaclilcol.i.' Fla., and )!: ( 0111 N$ .AM CASKETS.Tehgruphie ; .
i and advisers, is of no effect to curtail or Wiih Steamer Ffarn from St.XIary'n lliverBindings for t't'liimbuM Oa. and Eufaiila : und Charleston, us folowtt :
Saturday ,
every order* promptly attended totTE'CN
control their legal or equitable rights to on Wednesday and Friday ; for '
Ala.Coimeds. From )FcrnundiimFOR .
sought to be affected.Complainant's far "' 1 liver --- -- -
) Landings on Sunday and
with ..t<'allll'r II (;innby Jordan
petition to be relieved 1Petnesalay. for Apahuhicohi Fla., arulevery (: JACKSJNVILLE/ : AND J'ALATKA, [ : obtahidl for new Invention!
Sunday 1)
his bias"refused decree) every for in ,
; reversed. AT CALLAIH.N- -- or linprovements olones. )
D. S. Walker Jr., and E. M. Hopkins{ attorneys To and from Savannah at 10.15. .1. in. and Tuesday for (Columbus, Und Eufaulu: fir EVERY: : WEDNESDAY.-; ? CII veatH, Infringements, Trade-Marks

for appellants; George P. llanoy, at. Ala.Connects and all patent \ !\ ) mtl attended
2.-.1J '
= p. m. at Lak'i'" with trains on tin: 'From Fernundina THAT
(, torney for appellee. to. INVENTIONS: HAVE; HKKNUIIIECTED :
Florida Central Itailnad for Jucksonvillcnnd
AT \LDWIN, rUV., FOR: SAVANNAH AMI t'HAltUH'foXf""I'V1HY : : : : may Still, In mo"t 'Wll'S, be -
Ht. Johns Itiver. )Fernundiim} and (: 'IlarK..y. loat.ellt'I1
C. O. Livingston, appellant, .e.I'.Coop-. To and from Tallahassee at f2.: ) nor nand / <' by1>1. Being opixmiiitho[ If. H. -
: :
.".. er.executor.(.tc.-Error to Circuit Court for l.OOp. General Passenger j FItlDAY.MCl : eat Otllef\ and elided in PATENT: UUhl.NESS .
;0. Duval county. ni.VT UX'IIUIOSA flA., Agent.Mouoy "..c ronntrtlori( made with MiunicraforXlellonville EXCLl: ) >' IVKLY.: we can m-ureiwt-

Handnlt ('. J. : With! Steamer Jljihn for all )joints and --- and I Enterpri-H: also with tcam-- cuts (in less time than tho'"c who are remote

1. Whenaarty'in'rura-exawlnltguwit.. ) ; andings on Orunge Jake arrival of I 1"11. : Mated N honey 1lndelll (')'11 for Ocklawaha River; also ut Savannah from \\'l1l1hl" tllll.
; on
nc.. presses question! relating to collateral tall with steamers for New York, I'Jiiladelj.bia, When' Inventors tiend I/IIJOld or sketch
insular I road Train.AT '
matters not testified to in the direct examination ) 'KuciA.si' : Yoru INGINFROyl.j : : 1l<,,,tllu und Ji.dtlmore.und I at Charleston with we make search in the I'utcnt (Ink,', und
he makes the witness his, own us to OcAL.1. u1. and( ave $1'11'l on a 10 Horse ; #"U- ftciiiners for New York, l'hlltLIh'IIliiu/ Haiti- advise tin to lit |autcutabilityccj'rdn'yh?
the facts sat brought out. With Line m a 'JH HofMand! f>$) on a :'JO Hor .-1' mw- more, and with Northeastern A !Hood Carlo Corre'''liondencu "rofialentiul': rt'(->1 reasonable
Stage;, to and from llrk-v ille f'
2. Testimony of impressions and lonclu- daily except Sunday. er Engine.: Ht'mtl l for our prices l before pur- lira Itailnmd- for routes North, East und ; and NO ('II.\JlU': I'NI.IJSM' ;: ;4 PAT

ions, drawn from a (versution, is of littlevalue ru sinsf Engines: iiiu. Ir'IIKt'II, Saw and Wt...t. KNT: JM OHTAINKD.Ww ; .
; Grist )lill! Thrt.hens. or kind of Machinery. PU/Ot.
again positive testimony giving the X-ala and any refer by )juTminoion to the City
language u..ed. and Friday.Tumpa on Muttatiy,11'ahnesal.iy We are Manufacturer AgenU, FIRST-CLASS 1'i."i1xcautt.UUJO.! : : : master, und to the I'ul..riuh.JIIt.IIC! ( of the

3. 1'roof of the circumstances tin.ler which and! guaranteeati.r.ition: III quality and DATJONri l'ost-Otllca' honey Order Divjrfon> lu WahIrigton .

the plaintiff, the indorsee a note, 'pur- .'T ('ED'K KEY, 'LA., I'W't. WAI.KEU: LOUD. Through Tickets und Staterooms secured For j'eclul rt'fcrluodrcul4r, wl

chased in order to 1 let In evidence of the Witlj! Steamer Millfr tu and from lYiuaoa No. |:35 1 -/iurl''t.. Test ide. neiirbarh and all! information funilMhtil} ut olthe, i-or Vice, ternw, rte, ttddrens(
want of consideration between the original on Monday and Friday. <; >toii Hotel.( < 'burle\ton, $. ('. ner Centre und ""'II..tn't'tJI. C. A. 'fci.VOW & CO..
parties. must be burl as to necessarily create With Mcamen' ('/iufu.. and ffwyn, Cur April l>, I Ml' ) :.Jm. :'''''ly C.i A, NOV1-X '.'-tf Oj.p.ruttnt, Otliiv! Wjhlnltunt I>C.


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THE FLORIDA MTRUOU.;. days and their pay( to $t per clay but the THE: EITECT or intAixiXG OKECltOllEE :Senate of the United' States With a pro I have no reason to doubt that at sonic

r fact remains that with the full knowledgethat OX THE; ST JOItXS. f0\1111111.II..e. of the obligation; owe, with past t time, under her constitution as u framed

t "r I; y:21 the tax levy would] have to bn raised: inconsequence .\11 i interesting discussion: has been goingon devotion to the Republican party and its bv. the Radicals, Georgia paid I her ,Supreme
j SArli/WAY. MA lSlfj /. creed of 1I1H'rtntH] right, with reverent attachment Court judges, lore than $2.JH>0 each ; but 1
M "j- -- -_ .- -- they protracted their session. in the Jacksonville daily Union betweenMr. to the great state whose interest I deny that :; now (10'1.

,J n'11I: ": DOES Tlti: MOXEV GO. and. voted. down any attempt to reduce their Ammidown, of /St. Augustine, and Dr.Ualdwin and honor arc dear to us, we hold it respectful n. n Hri.Tox,

m Under our present system our county affairs ]pay or exp<,n.<<,s. The f'ntnn; says, and] its Jacksonville, as to the probable to make room for those who may correct I Editor 0tl! Hconomirt..

G'' i i are managed by five commissioners, recommendation will be likely to be recollected effect of the drainage of Lakes Okerhobee all the l'rrors'c have made, and interpret I lL1/UUTI01': 0V LEGISLATIVEEXl'EXSES.
I aright all\ the duties we have misconceived.We \ ( .
jt.. appointed by the governor, who Dave entire .l at the proper t time ; ".\t the next election and Kissjinnicc i upon the water supply of therefore inclose our resignations, but ..

"' I control of the subject of road", l'Ol1nt1oIchool the people ought to send experienced' the St. Johns river Ammidown suggests : hold' fast. the privilcgcascitizcnsand Republicans I \Ve last week demonstrated l that under a

::! ; L: tax: county taxes for ordinary and extraordinary !men Tallahassee to make laws for them that the probable source of supply of to stand for the constitutional rightsof new constitution, by reducing our superfluous ]

i; J expenses( They contract for building and before electing) them they ought to require the St. Johns is from these large lakes actingas all states\ inch, nation and of nil the representatives. whetherof judges from tel to five, a number am-

t county buildings and )bridges. !' and manage a pledge that they would/ vote themselves supply reservoirs, ntH] (hat if the lakes are have the 1 honor or people.Wo to 'be very respectfully ply suflicient of the government for our t present in work the mere, the mat expenses

,. t. the (pecuniary affairs of the counties, and not exceeding four dollars] a day: drained. into the Gulf the waters of the St. \ your obedient servants, ter judicial! salaries could be reduced fromfercd

n t the disposal of the county tax, amounting) : which, with the usual mileage, would be a Johns might be diminished to such an extent (Signed',) Rosau: COXKUXO, $:IH.H''. the present annl101 appropriation

'' ,* fair ( <'l1..ntioll.'' as to destroy its TIIOMSVS C, PLATT. for Iudicial salaries, to IOtO, This ('ouldhe
; from $5,000 tn $ >0,000.( The law makes! .olllp utility us a navigable
The resignation will be generally considered ;dune and give each ,judge) a salary of
The Union also calls attention to the wasteful water sti
the duty of this county l legislature or )board way.
a piece of clap-trap t for stage effect both $2NN( ), a !' whih never failed, whl'1 of.
3""1 of control to furnish statements of their receipts expenses: of the legislatureunnecessaryprinting Dr. Baldwin claims that there i is no apparent gentlemen confidently I reelectionat } to bring bench the highest legal

and expenditures for I the information and other pell\cs-whirh! (could connection between these lakes and pet-ting a character and talent of the State-such men

', of the public and of the tux-payers. be diminished without detriment to the public the St. Johns and that the real source of the hands: of an obsequious and'] machine- as Judge Uronson, Judge )MarVin Judge
l' bound The American is Hawkins Judge lialtzcll
legislature. public : Douglas, Judge ,
The fulfilment of this duty i is of the great i interest 811l'plyIuch Ithe Ocklawaha, etc., come Walker Anderson, Judge L. A.
lint easily! gulled 1111.111: quite :sharp; enough
cat Importance The public have a right to The (Ioplc-the taxpayers of the State- from higher points. This point however :. to the in its In 'homp'olI! (' Wayles linker, Judge

: demand it, and the failure to furnish! such will be more likely to appreciate] the fairdiscussion seems by no means clear. The elevation of i see performance true light. Forward, and Judge' Dul'ont, among the

.; ,? full and complete statement should bek of such topics and the earnest! effortof Lake Okechobee seems to be quite as greatas the meantime the party press arc taking illustrious! dead, to say nothing of other
sides i in commendation of the names the living,
ridiculing respectable
9 j I I J cause for removal from ollicc.! The ucccssa- the press to point out errors and( shortcomings the upper St. Johns, and in former times act. Of'oul''e it puts nn end to the Mahout such lost as Judge Walker, Judge among Iaker, and], ,r

ry consequences of such neglect hu>' been in the past' with a view of future it was! believed that the St. Johns was an we were about to Fay, Judge A. F. Maxwell( ,

\ J the accumulation of debt until there are reform amendment., All reforms emanate outlet of the Kissimmcc river and lake performance and the executive session. but we believe the salary, when he was commissioned -

;... I J few of our counties where there! is not a from grumblers. The people of Florida country. The distance between Lake To- ], had )been raised! from $?,OfO to
1 SUll- > which when we consider the fact
l indebtedness with !had. reason to grumble at the high rate of which is $2IJ
'r considerable floating an hapkeliga, connected with the! Kis- United States currency was then (in
find and short like
.:, ,) occasional! effort at funding.. We d<) tint recollect taxes imposed( upon them by Radical legislatures Mmtncc river and lake, is only about thirty this paragraphs, long 18(() some! 40 per cent, below par, and a barrel

t' 't to have ever seen f,1I111l11 complete from 1808 to 187fi with such effect miles! in a northeasterly direction, and Lake going I the rounds : flour worth $:', was really a less salary -
3 A ship' canal the State of Florida is (
across than $2,000
,; report from the county commissioners of that a r'forllll'gi..ll\tur 11Ilnehllini..tralionwllq Apopka i is about twenty four miles in a to he commenced] at mice The route will be Having touched 10W. upon the saving which,

', t 't' any county of the receipts and (disburse elected in 187ft, and the )people will continue nortbtvesterlydirection.] Lake Washington, by the way of the Caloosahatchie river LakeOkecbobce in the interest of economy and low taxatul

:t ments. Such a statement to he of value to grumble effectually when their representatives the accredited. head of tile St. Johns river, is and thence to the Atlantic is required in the judicial( ,

\ l .hould he full and I explicit, should state as they think, lose! sight of the about thirty miles northca'tof Lake KisMiumee : ocean river. at The or near the mouth of St. Lucie cone to the legislative. ,
capital $30,000,000.() ( ) The legislature I as now con consists
every source of income and every item of )public welfare and, Ammidown says, is only The statement i is very questionable. The of one hundred.] and] ltul'll.1(0 bet i,

expenditure with as much fullness as the about half the altitude] of the Kvergladcs.Dr. I Their mileage, for a session:; of
parties who are engaged] in draining Lake \ wihout )
t comptrollers report. As it i is now, the county THE GA11VIELIt-COSK. fUAIt'ItEL. 1Ial,1 will sees the existence of no naturalnecessity sixty rays, I day, their last winter's
Okechobee have doubtless considered the rheum amounts to $J8S50. Their actual,
I commissioners at the to to the pe
are once parties cause waters of the Everglades -
possibility! of opening navigation with the la.tIr.'l..ion, with one the
create the and to audit their It; seems like a very low tide in political to filtrate into Silver up pay vacancy,
t expenditure Spring and other the St. Johns river by deepening the natural senator fruulVakulia and Liberty, was, forpir
'I. acts and when in furnish affairs/ when the attention ofthc wholocoun- springs which illcin and within fraction ufU"I
own addition they : are feeders to the St. Johns. channels mileage( a
i no statement of their receipts and expenditures try can be engrossed: by the attitude of two As hearing upon the question, we learn: A ship canal would require a $ With Wakulla and Liberty represented
who worked depth of twenty-five feet, and would, by no in the senate, it would have beenover
men, having together tOl'n-4Ure
what security or satisfactionhave : that Professor! (I. II. Kerr, of Colorado a
that The
means be a profitable enterprise if carried sum. legislature, as originally
the tax-payers of the proper expenditure the political control of the country, have .scientist of some reputation, who has been in across from the mouth of Caloosahatchie' to constituted! and sufficiently numerously -

j of their moneys ? How do] they know now fallen out about the division of the Florida during the last winter is inclined 1 to cUlstltul.d. consisted i of nineteen senators
St. Lucie river which has harbor
p!;.' whether the county license tax has been collected ppoils. support Mr. Alnllll.lown's'Iew as to the no or en- 11] representatives, making -
trance. The distance saved. by canal near fifty-eight in all. Their pay $3 n. day.
l in full from each Individual collected The fact very clearly: shows' that neitherof connection between
f. 'f or the great lakes and the the southern end; of the peninsula would be Twenty-five senators and fifty representn.tVCI
) ? !How do they know whether unlicensed these people have any claim to statesmanship St. Johns river by infiltration would be abundantly suflicient amore
i too inconsiderable to the
warrant ina
,) or higher ambition than to expense' diem of this number of
t i i ;, liquor] sellers are plying their voca any This scientist is n graduate of Yale College, per I'gislator.at
s commercial point of view, Ind'e!\! day
tion. 1 be the mere leaders of a tr trfy. and lit this time of a a sixty days,
professor chemistry! and
would save time by continuing their course but $1:3But: this reduced number
) ; The financial report of the county commissioners A public dinner was given in New York u geology:; in Colorado College, an institutionwell around the keys instead of the slow would] be able to dispatch! business far more

of course, is understood! to0\ few weeks since, to the carpet-bag ex-Senator manned and equipped and establishedat progress rapidly than the present too cumbrous body.
of canal.. There is
'J' made by the county treasurer: : far as their Dorsey, of A Arkansas: as an acknowledgmentof Colorado] Springs by the young state only one point of Instead! of a session: of sixty days one of forty -
view in which the parties engaged] in the would probabl, v he long reduc
his! great services in buying votes/ in : l'Ilugh-a
\ up whose
f financial nets are concerned mil] also by the name it bears tion of one-third time with
great drainage project !might consider it profitable m corresponding
S county clerk and tax-collector, so far as they Indiana. Professor Kerr had just returned from a to make a canal, which would be to re.llllOI of one-third in pay ; or, say

\ respectively j issue license: ) and make collec\ The Chicago' Timti (Rep) says : visit! to the upper waters of the St. Johns; make it from $13,500 $llH We may remark
At the Horsey dinner 1'ice-i'resident Ar- answer the purpose of a great drain that the ordinary of the .sessions! of
(tons What the is clear well with
I people require :! a was acquainted Green COits
thur waill:\ a merrv mood maul said. : "In for the flat country ]lyiugaround Okechobee. the olltl Carolina legislature is about four
1 and succinct statement of the management flIIOIlIlllphur spring, and other places of .
I diana I (
was really a Democratic The project so far amounts, probably, to little (
I of the county attain. Such report should :state. It has been put down\ on the books, similar note ; had examined the altitudes more than a suggestion! of possibility. The actual appropriation of our legislature -

'i show the amount received by the cnliectorunder \ \ always! as state that might be carried] ha given by United States officials in former The in 18-17 istlg, lS we have shown,
only canal route selected I the i-
by engineer
close and] fifty-eight members, fur thdr
perfect organization, and a great
; i the various heads: of county tax proper deal of -. [Ijiuglitcr.] I seu the reporters surveys The data collected as to the elevation department of the United States is one mileage, was $1Onm-thelr: fl diclln.

)1:: \t: j special! county tax, county school tax arc present. I will\ simply say that every of our great river at its source show from :some; point between St. :Marks and Ce five days. They paid for l legislative! printing i

license, giving the names of all persons paying body ..showed great deal of interest in the not more than five feet, whereas Lake Okcchohee dar Key on the Gulf and the St. Marys riveron less than $2,100.( The last legislature appro.printr1l
I occasion, and distributed] tracts and political for l legislative printing; $H, In
privilege taxes: and also: the amount : \ has an elevation about twenty-two
I documents:\ through tbestate." the Atlantic, the mouth of which offers 1817 the pay for legislative clerks and] cmnloyes -
paid under the different heads of appropriation the was less than $2,000 in
feet.At only entrance with possible: depth of ; 1881, nearly
; viz. : for repair of county buildings, He Is now pilloried in the gaze of the the present stage of the question there water enough to answer the The $8ROO.( The pay for these persons now for a

,1 criminal officers American public as a leader of one of the lack of purpose. session of forty-five days should certainly
I county bridge expense: seems! a great accurate information cost of such a canal and the little saving: of not he more than $'IOoO. The legislative

I'' fees, etc. most unscrupulous gangs: of public plunderers as to the levels of the ]lakes and rivers and time effected will be such an obstacle that printing, instead. of : $ shouldnot
r j' As I believe commissioners with which the country has been the character of time co-otn U,50
.. we our own county intermediate country.' no other route than one which should combine cost more than this soul

1 i i arc true and worthy men, we call! attlictcd. No one !lelIIh:\ ) be astonished at An a rule, eye surveys are very unreliable;I as the possible esof Without going further into details, for
very )
( upon them to set an example of a compliance the disclosures. He was known to have to the matter of elevations and depressions.Few of time greatest and] distance at advantages a moderate which we has]have now neither time nor space"
j saving enough been said and indicated to show
t t with the law. We will\ publish\ their engaged] in wholesale political corruption, Pl'l'MolI'1lran'lIlIg over our Transit Railroad cost, is likely to induce capitalists: to embark that our 1 legislature, instead of costing the I

II ,j t statement wltholltexp'n-lc) to the county.We and he was employed in the last Presidential would suppose! that there was an increase in such an enterprise as ship canal State for each :session held, 11i:\ does now, in

\ :Ic also call upon the late city government campaign because he was! an unscrupulous of elevation to the extent of one hundred We observe that there has been publisheda the neighborhood of $; $' its own expenses -

P hi I to enlillt,1the: public upon their partl: incorporation ) safeguards
l financial doings-what amount of city taxI therefore, they used him Hut it was rather first station south Baldwin and 1 company prol'r -
< \ ,.I' Highland for such 1 purpose but we have little doubtit against (extravagance I waste
-, .j woe! collected], from\ what source and how stretch of assurance: for the "I-I'r hl'lIt.ell'l.t Station, t live miles beyond, or that the flat will only 1'1the\ list of unfulfilled should not, cost more than $20,000( ; or, at
,- expended, in detail ; how much for salaries, to be present at a public dinner to country around Waldo was one hundred] ant! \ that moat of, not 1Sal.more than one-third t the cost of ,

j '. how much\ for sanitary measures, how much compliment their ra ('III. Doubtless: Dorsey fifty feet above the tide level. It Is certainly. The whole cost of the of

+ for streets, lights, counsel! fees, etc. Let us i. arranged] the dinner, as he ,ti.ll t the star routes, an important point to determine by an actual (:OU01..1 JU1HCHL SALAltlES.'e for pay and mileage of h'gi.latllt'members, pay 1817 of,

I\ hoar from you, gentlemen. and paid<
I ., The po tllla lcr-g'nrral, who has:\ unearthed ory, .supported by the opinion of Professor: editor of the lololisl, with the explanation printing conclude was less than $11.000.I

Till ST.ITK TAXATION these frauds, will receive the respectand Kerr has basis of fact that the American \e by: saying that the saving in
any to rest Almanac of 18SO. (|>ense of:e b1e\ of the legisla
I The Sun, and Jtre says : (:Itl''I1of honest! men of all parties, but upon being the ]latest one in our possession, was ture, which a new constitution le.'l.ll should provide

1 Various newspapers! in the State have lie will share the fate of Itristow at the referred to h us: and as the Economist did for, would be more than the cost of a
trongly and persistently censured the )last ) convention to frame it.-1konoMixt.An ,
; !lauds of his party us marplot, who has! SEXATOHS COXKLIXGAXH 1'LATTU not mention that the Almanac of 18S1 was
'J session of the'gl..lntur\ (' and the *
presentsdministraUu unwisely exposed: leading, Republicans to =-Til Kill It E.t SOXS.Messrs. his he act to
on account of an increase! in authority, we supposed copiedthe Require County Treasurers: to
i taxation. Foremost! In this attack has been public[ scorn and thrown discredit on the Conkling and Platt, ('lIltnfrom! item incorrectly. We have no means of KC1_\l'uratClOUlt of l'lblic(01: -

'i the Ecuwmiit whose editor i is one of our l'arl[ )'. New York sent ia their resignations i as Senators n officially whether the salaries to IlxiiihittheirBtok4almd'upies:
[t.j I ablest He has led in the ascertaining thereof to the Hoard of
/ publicists. polemic County Commissioners
In the meantime the : on the Itth in>t. Their letter of resignation
Republicans !
-e I strife" and his arguments have: been freely papersare have been reduced or not from those stated and to Grand! Juries.!

t ij\. appropriated by his lesser brethren of rI1l1t \- dividing in supporting the President or i is very ]long, and recites their quarrel] 1 last )year.. I was certainly not under Radical Tt}1tOpl of the State nf Florida, rf}>i-entnt-

:, t Ming tendl'IIcil'ITIIII:{ <'r the circumstances Senator ('on kiitig. The New York Jlinild with the President, charging him with sending rule, in 1880, that the salaries of the Supreme ed il anal AtteiuMy lit enact as follows :

h of oar the present. State of constitution certain and, which salaries requires supports tho Senator, thy Tribune strongly in nominations! fur ottice ia the state of Court Judges were at $ ,.')00. and if a SKCTJOX ty treasurer 1. It tIl betbedutyofever accountv'itlm )' coun
payment high!,: : himself
\ ,) S It to the chief otliccrs of the government\ supports the President.: The party pai>ers New York "unbeknown" to them and] that change has been made, it is within the past in a well-bound book to be furnished bv his

1 and tho exigency which requires the payment out of the State of New York ('I1l'ml1)oille: although they had! protested in company )"t.'ar.l'- will, however, ascertain from otli. county, all shall| charge himself with all

'I I l of a certain amount\ of interest annually with the President. or, as their opponents with Postmaster-General; James, against it, cial] sources the facts, and] give our respectedcontemporary moneys) which lie may ofiieially. receive, spe)

l on the State's bonded indebtedness, itii put it, with ;Mr. Itlainc.TEIi1'ERtX'CEJI(1Jti1I.. Mr. Hnrtidllllu.l paid<< no attention to them.They the benefit. of the date cifying the source from whence received, the I
I has been shown that! not enough money was ('Orrl'tiol. of receiving):, and on what
collected: in 1S79-80! \ to keep the State on u conclude by I saying: if we were in error : the amount, in distinct alI] separate 1'l'ollltUltl.

: y t cash basis! Clearly" then, the only wI\Y")' .\''I'- A Senator has his own resH.msibility.| lie I Ju'KsosviLLK, May IS.7'o which shall show the amount of currencv ill

c ''I m which the taxes could be continued at the There i is a mighty t-tfori on foot throughout is amenable to his state and to the body] of I the EiHtuf if Mlrrvt : !! and the amount of M"Jil and the respective
1 I rate. per centum ]levied by the legislature of tIll. kind and amounts and in like man
which he is member.. He is bound 1 his
: t 180, or scaled down from that rate, was by tlmeSouthtocndcayorloptut down] the by I have before Il' the Mirror of the 14th ner to credit the said aCl'tUlt with all pav-
.'. j I' the i issue of scrip in the payment of theState's liquor traffic the demoralizing effects of oath and judgment to advheantl before consent God, whatever on conscience or whoever instant. In it the statement. of the EconomiV meats, M.tin;out the alolllltl1lc. and til

t I Indebtedness. There wing no money which are felt in every state, county and liascd the name favor
He of mvment
i cUe may constrain him. is amenable on authority 8pofT lI's is tJr
{ i I J in the treasury whereby these obligations} of) dr.wn. and date of The .
f la North s'tate payment. ac
E community. his
and the of which
uprising to to body I American Almanac ami Treasury of
'acts count shall ba
the State could be discharged, they mu-t of : : pronerv! hal.uu-i-1 J.>. .n...
he is inemlHT. He is to he from I. ,
is ] headed a exempt
t.. necessity be thrown upon the market at udepreciated taking place bydistinguiihcd men,* executive menace or disfavor on the one : that the "salary: 01 me ciiiet justice and days of January, April, JII'alOloher] in
( s value And!, until tllI'l'XPl'IIot'il which projHv-es to uniteullcla'-sallshades two justices of is each year.SEC. .
Georgia ( $ ,00
hand, or executive favor on the other. I*>ng 11.1.lute ) : .. :
fr! i of the State government could be greatly of all\ and all religious iimyiCV""ty treasurer shall lay
1"litkull'l'iliioIlS, races, I standing on the or'lersof' the House of Commons I each, I ('ltl\'t'rh 1 You say : "J efl'r- before the .
1 this bcrin debt
: decreased
; I flouting must continue county commissioners
bodies ia u t'UlIIlhletJi'rt to, perhaps has been a declaration that a member ,,i ring to the authority by the Economist of
a of
L his
w, : to increase in volume, depreciating i\'l his0111' eopv said;
t 1 a constantly the 1IItl..ct'uhll..' of what was ( exterminate the liquor traffic in thatstate. i 2'lIa1'lIm'r wishes\ of the expulsion executive who head even of the reports government the we find on page 175,, 'Georgia; -Supreme l1Cl 'lliU all exhibit his books accounts for insiKxtiua :-,

jf" j already out, and! everynew issue.We tu influence the votes of mcmltcrs. ( Hiram Warner,Chief Justice; Logan day. of at tlllr tint !session after the first

'. I think that it U invidious to designate] A state t'On'lItiulwns called ia Mi>sNsippi I The British constitution i is not more jealous K:, Hleckley, Turner Jackson, Associate! Justices oftener Jall1lrIri,'July the ttiul October or

_:f those! paper which have discussed the question ( to ho held May U.: The following resolution than ours in this regard. To give advice ; eight ; each ahoners, which account) shall county be commis
t'rl 't'lr salary filed
( bv the
mill honest h"ll'I..1\\.nt. advice, as to an fO
| said
J of an economical] administration\ of our WIl'lltas..t'\lnt a large public m t>ting "tntmcnt po"t'll, Is as much the right nut fW pro|
i 1 State affairs us grumblers." There is practically held) in Jackson, : I and duty of Senator as it is the right or Now if the Ikononutt' had said, sjteaking cmllt the grand) juries.Sze. subject, to the I"II''t/n If

l' '1 difference ol'illiUIbd"l'l'n theEconoinifi lietohfd, That it is not oar purpose to Interfere duty of the President to propos*' the name ; of church festivals. the present )'lar. that 3t be
"i he Ids advice the other it is is the 5th of June h"l tAt duty of the ",,id <-?,?.
I one no
Whitsunday giving
m .# the t'loridlan, the Union uhd the with political 1 parties or their management way lilm r' II 111'1 a tP /! mid ,
more an act of disrcMt-ct or treason to the putrorrl.lIwr Almanac" as author (acMi rfll-
f' 'i Mirror as to the imitortance and necessity ofa bat we are sensible! of the great I nominating power than the verdict of a ity. MH.vi.ying the very (tape of the book on a enNtiuajortuu(11(51 I. to ie pulled t or posted ill

t reduction 11thel'xl'l'IIuftho! State. We harm done to the health, property and morals juror or the decision of a judge. The idea which the statement. was 1 made, it dots not office.S1r.l rl"llnlt. secure mflU ut llt clerl.'a

j have been no defence in any ]apcr of the of the state by the increasing I liquor traffic that the Senate is simply to find out what is M'1 to me that 'Ol would have been justi 4, K

i! R t State of the amount appropriated by the late and are persuaded that the time has I wanted', and Ut'1,10 it", we cannot believe | fied in saying the Eronomut is in error, and fail fur three months t'lunt treasurer 'who .hal
h f cafe or admissible, and. hus far no party hasI attempting to prove it by quoting from the form the duties duringany (';
j:r iegUlature for the pay and 1 mileage; of its come when all the good people of the :State I dared ur I tvaded to set up such a tot of | same authority, but of another year than entitled to commissionJ' ;, l\\ alL lit\

I /neinhera. Wt do not believe that our tax without reference tu party :affiliations orprevious ,S lelrtytilvtim" or alle-.zi.unv.\ In this instance list, and from a different pease than that tioii treasurer any or com'*

.ire at all prepared to admit that they condition! or religion; j'*'r uaJon", :" Midi proiiiiu-i.>i' lii> Uta :::van to the billjest cited by Il'. If you will take the trouble to Six:.u 5. C'h\ty treasurers during said year
f.y..ra I and sell .1 U !has IK-CII exproMtl of til above for shalt Ipttr'quir5i 1
j tru-i j\ olpcn| -ur& 13311 at pages 17S to give
to the rate of iihould combine I i bont.to the
becallul 1'8111t to arrest the demoralizing
huuM upon the cnrretns4uttm 1".iliulI( that we think ;: and 17'J.; "Igt by the Jna ue l> the tiltor in I IUI tl
i I, r tiaJudidary. txCI > county he cumm ssioncrs i which
il I
.,.? of the le,...tlature. It is quite susceptible demand that the I lj'. :..1! iliire shall un"r.l.tht'ln the, |poser u. u .ifh we are aLuie bound and i j III.r"Iht lUlr James Jackson, amount of notounty money that toss than douWethe
et mi Iv tu l h..w. The ]legislature l lit in Chiff ( mav ut any. one lime
.. ; Crawford Alexan I
of the tax full Jutk artl cumeutu the
1 increase rate an opportunity t .t "* by a
a .
that ; { hands
( f proof any >'' .1! i : it I. Republican in majority, and i der )1 S1'eer| .t./c Jatttct Term ( cunties .lull anti the ,".
IfthelegUla- rote upoa .ia amendment tu .h,' >Mi atioa. \ '.. 'IJ L.l't'tllitl.tn Ju.tfv, |
*,v..ul4 have (UM unnecessary York abounds in wins quite as able tot years. l.let-te by the I ;Ulatuiv. Salary .Appnm .
ttirts bad I'\"trkkotl their n-iuns forty t I I>cir her iiu-Mu,:e and commission ia the 32i&.) ,odJ." I *.amended February Khnury) IT.la. 1 iS7.'Po <72..-{ and m-li.ii 3



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.1 JO1/itN,1i// Rod-cedar, or (l rent! ti iper-='Tis necessary: quarantine Notice.OmcK I .1.\ )II .S 11cGiVI'IN. FM ltll>A ,

, KEPT: II Y to distinguish' this tree from the many that: : OK POUT PIUSK is i ?rm n t
O NTR I A CT O R AN )D B \Tl 1 !L D Kit: ,
Jour ItVKTIlAM OF PlllfWanrt, are called Cedars : It is: of great lice not only ST. MAUYS[ (U., May 1st, i 181.OX C JI'.UF.MCY.FKOM : .I it
in the building of houses! but in shipbuilding ) ,( and after the above date (unless oth .as F
]Botanist! to His Majesty : This: i U the wood used in making: black- instructed) the following\ rogiulations .\ Street, between Second and Third I FISH :SCALE( ,:, t

for the Florida; ; lead-pencils I ; the berries put into !spirits : will bo strictly enforcedI'ilots : FERNANDINA t l FLA. ;
fl'O.N; make excellent geneva, and from! the tree will in all cases: before /mirntoii, Orders and estimates fl'OIl11lti..tI1' carefully I SEA: BEAN: SEA: SHELL: \,
A Journey from St. Augustine distils a rosin cjual to gum-s.indrach; : very make inquiry as to the sanitary condition, attended to. 25-tf
up the Kiver St. .John! useful il1ll1ll1.illjt'al'lli"h.. of vessels destined! for this 1 port I PALM NUT, A1LIiATO11'iill'II( : : .
t (Celti, occidental!! Linn :Spec.: 1I7S. the Vessels! with cases of sicknoss! c1".artl. or O. S. O.i K 1:1: ;

With ]Explanatory: Notes.! Late or \l'tt1l'lrrc.-Thi! grmv.s to a very on which serious cases have occurred lhl'r CONTRACTOR I| Also, FEATHER: FANS" ANI: FEATHER:I I
large tree, and the wood of it i is much c''- = AND= 111Th\ llIll: FLOWERS ORANGE: STICKS II'
1100. roomed for being so tough and pliablo ; it, is depart-, ; ,
teckoncd the best wood for the shafts! of all the National Quarantine Station at Sapolo. M VSl'FACTl'KKS: SEA SHELLS: i ETC.: ; {

January 9th. Clear lino morning; thennoinctcr41. kinds: of carriages.CLIMATI .\vessels! bearing the certificate of t the MOULDINOS= )BRACKETS( : SAWED AND 1 For sale and made to order. ,

We rowed along several long beaches National! I Quarantine: Ollicer. hound for I this i TURNED!:= BALUSTERS/: : :NEWEl: $, ')'. ".. AXNMiV: s
port, will be anchored within the Quarantine STAIR itA 11.-': WOOD EAVESTROUGHS.
generally cast (and :\. E.: then came to high : OF Tin: GULF COAST limits until in!'poded by time Health : ) ,SHEATHING( 10 Centre St., bet. Second and Third. a
I _. .. .. j ,
bluir of sand on the cast-side! under \\hich] OI1 l l'r. WEATHERBOARD.ING I : --- -- ----- ------------- --- ;
was a strata four foot thick of a brownishsoft Having kept a record of the state of the J. M. .AH='O\\'. Mayor. I= ,\ W FLOORING. /f- T U V 't'.t' f-;
lhernlonteteratto'clock a. m., 12 o'clock m. .1,1'. It tutNutnI,1) Health ODicer.Xotice i = .
sand stone, easily rubbed to sand between and fii>. m.,at Bra tlt'11 tOWII. Manatee county, '- --- I I'p

the thumb and fingers ; this was! a Floriila" from time t first day: of January' : to of Filial Proof. Stair and i'linreli Work W. LlhlMANN'S1'.1MOUN .
the :31st day of December, i 1SSO., inclusive, I 1\
point of pine-land, and on it grew; great .
herewith incline of the for A SPECIALTY.
a synopsis, same LAM: OFKICK: .viMJuxiwvutr:, 1'11?
magnolia sweet-bay, live-oak palms! tall publication in the' Agrirulturi! t, with the May 2, t-Ol\1.: !
andromcda('{' niulII, rl.Il'l'lar'I, II I an hope that it may interest your! numerous "Vf OT1CK: i is! hl'fl'Igi'l'11, that; the 1 followJLl DOORS:: AND WINDOW FRAMESOF : ;

/.anthoxylum ; here we found an Indian readers, especially those in! Northern and : ing named: settler has filed notice of her ALL SIXES.Post ; :: I'rei Fnred Flour.ONLY .
Western :states who are :seeking homos in intention to make final proof in support ofher (Office Box t j I. 1
hunting cabin coveredith palmetto-leavcs: ; claim/ and final thereof at )jan I Fornandina .
The land of the orange and the guava secure entry : :
we then rowed by a large marsh on the cast-! The pine-apple, date and cassava. the expiration of thirty dajs from the date I ,

side with a row of trees! on the bank of hie- I .tlso !send a statement of the rainfall for of this notice, vi/ : 1.0111:1.11ILUIIlH'K) ) LANDRETHS'17QI FIVE CENTS: rIm POUND. HI II
ash and live-oak then Homestead oHi., before !Cloik Circuit .
cory ; pine-land on the year t$:-iO. i
Court(, at Fernandina! Fla.. on Fiiday" : June I ,
our side for a long reach and high hanks and TKMl'KKTfUK.:. half of northwest i I -
10th! IH I, for the west
l trees on the Indian side, after rowing!several Average temperature at (> a. m............... 714 quarter, section 21 I. township "> 1I01'th.rangl' / &}BEST i-tf AT OLD 1'. O. HlJII.I)ING. I
I long reaili3s, generally poorWi land, eithernear Average temperature at 1 12: m....... ......... N.'HAverage : ( 21 east ; and, names! the! following asher 1784 U not unlit in town you 18811 I II
at temperature\ p. m : foilal Amt for Cut I : '
the river distance from it as a I
or at a : we ; ; ;:
I 1 temperature\ 12 m., July 1st James! Kondrio.. Lemuel MeKendrie; \ of loKna andPr Itm. ,. Th.Old...,aiui moil urtenrttt&.. PRINTING= = ( in every stylo, and l-\t; 1 1f
f came against a creek hearing northward up and\ August! 2th!(!t ................ .... ......... W> (Callahaii Fla., and Boni-nnin: C. \Parker, of LAYIDLANDRET1t&SONS,1'mL.Grmrm fh. t'nftett fftnfftit. I FOB t hl' lowest t rates\ 1. at t the! MIKHOK o0ice.I .
! which we rowed about a mile, where wc!aw hecenlber31.t.I King's! Ferry :and T. ''mV. llujginhotham; of -- -. _. --& .PA.-.-- : 1,
: :I III Helton] Fla.
!some good swamps! and much long thick ,
:20-51 L. A, BA11NF.S= : Register.Tiicicr.K. : a
j grass, some on pretty dry ground, but generally ,\I. t'\ Il\IlO ANT NOTICE. ___ -1.: j
i wet ; this creek led us! up to a great cy 1.1."I 2. ,I.\UI'S: : .

I\ press-swamp, in which it divided invisibly I I ; II.\IWOlt MASTER."oillec ----- i

: as the other branches:' did in several parts of ] i '

j the marsh : we came hack again to the river, MONTH.January. : / ;:.: I, h r.I I a ta:: a:3 (! : ('lay'sIrugStore.!Centre] Street I Fornandina.roeeries : JXrrP. YDD 1

! up which we rowed till we came to a high ,. '--3
bluff where and found 2! ?. --.. Arc receiving immonso! additions their already largo! stock of
i we encamped or I I ] I .s (. and ; ,
't' 3 curious shrubs! ; opposite to this:: bluff i is:: avery 0 V. ---- I'ronisiotts.--
I extensive marsh! part of which is reed ---.-......-......-......-...... -i -10!) -12 .\\(;II: A itir.vn), SPRING, AND SUMMER GOODS

! and some very good rich dry soil ; here arc February....................... -I :21 I 5 ;
j some very large muscle-shells! of which this : :March ........................... i 21: I i FAKERS:/::: AND= 1 CONFECTIONERS= /() ., Men's and Youth's

bluff i is composed and enriched this has I .April............................. 1 :2 H! 1 Clothing. ,
I ; :May.............................. .7 4 27 cuuteRGroceries .
been a line piece of plantin -gl'olllll1. June .......... ......... .......... :20 S 22 "FROM I LOW-PRICED: TO FINE: (iOODS.UKKSS ) .

10th. Pleasant morning; thermometer 50. July........ ..................... 17 I Ii 25 Cigars, and Tobaccos,
The wolves howled, the lii>: t time I heard August, t:.......................... 22 S 23: S- A full and complete' stock consisting! of SUMMER: SILKS, 4
them in Florida here we found a great nest September ..................... 17 15 15 TOYS AND) FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings : .. ALL-WOOL LACE HUNTINGS! = LAWNS, LINEN LAWNS, BAREGKH:: ): and GRENADINES .
; October .......................... 11 In!) 12
of a wood-rat, built of long pieces of dry November....................... : 15 15 Entertainments: and Picnics, SWISSES:: TARLETANS: VICTORIA{ and PERSIAN: : LAWNS nf low priced,

I sticks, near 4 foot. high and 5 in diameter, all December....................... 'Jfi 17 14 furnished the shortest notice, at rock-bot Bnrgallts" in Hummer SllliN, -from Fifty Cents upwards.
tom prices, at I
, laid stirring the
confusedly together on
! Total........................... 130; 188 177 ANGEL'S; : BAKERY Gents' Fine Furnishing Goods a Specialty.
sticks to observe their structure a large rat Centre Street, .

J ran out, and up a very high saplin with a Rainfall during the year, Gil! inches. 23: Opp. old 1'. O.) Building.! Our Improved I Dollar Shirt I i.s the best, unsurpassed: in fit and quality. !

i young one hanging to its:: tail. Set out, and At least ouc-hall' of the days clnssl'llII! Illeaehed and Brown CottoiiN, at Wholesale Prices. Fruit of Loom at

I in half a mile came to a lake, and taking thonortheastside cloudy and partly cloudy," were ('ll'arolle-" 10 eenlN, ; 10.1 Sheeting' 25 ecnlN.A .
stretched eastward half of the day and u majority of tIll! 11a 'S .
by a very on which rain fell" were clear threefourthsof case of splendid Standard Prints, lit <(
extensive marsh: pretty low next the lake, the day. During the gale on the 2th!) and We tine Agents (or DKYM.V CO., leading Clothiers of New York City.
hut farther back good marsh beyond whichis 30th of last August, which was so destructive -
Spring Samples! 200 t of
now ready ; 'h'Ii-"ixtr them from $15 to $2i per ,Milt.
a large cypress-swamp ; then the pine. on the Atlantic con t of the State, rain ; t,? Fit

lands begin we rowed to the east-side of fell here almost uninterruptedly for nearly "" ,' ....... guaranteed..
; forty-eight hound, but the wind did little or \ j:f1 \ visit to establishment will convince you that, while we do not sell
the lake, near which is the mouth of a fine no 'damage. The rainfall during the two 't ( inferior Goods; wo are the Cheapest: Dry Goods, lions" from .Hallie to
lagoon, a mile long and half as wide, bordered days was six and one-half inches-the heaviest Florida.New .
of the season. I have resided here.during This reserved ,for
with large marsh extending to alarge
a very
; then coasted south tho past fourteen months! and ui> to this A. II. NOYKS, (Jnociii AND SHIP CIUXDM-.H: ac T. I.--DID: :: :
eypress-styanlp ; we time (January 7, 1881:! ,) there has! been no York Ofllco ) .. .. i N.E.: Cor. Centre and Third Sis.
who is too to write advertisement.I ,
I busy :an :
ward along a sandy beech, back of which is frost and my tropical fruits and, plants have Si: ll'alkerStrtet. j/ I7u { Fernandina: Fla. ]
a dryish marsh, then came to a ridge of oaks I grown luxuriantly every month of the year. : _
:The year just closed) in its dying throes!
,about 2i) roods wide moro or less: !behind :
kicked the mercury in the thermometer)
which is a marsh reaching to the cyprcss- down to 3S degrees: and a light frost! occurredon A-IsTBOIilNr IrOyrlI:

swamp, but more south the pine-lands' the opposite side of the Manatee river, ,---- _.. -- ___ _____
- pear; at the south-em(1 of oak-hammock and also in the hammock four or five miles I -
!southeast of IJraidentown. The water
protection I
f runs eastward a large branch, which spreads
(being surrounded on three sides by
into branches in this, large marsh, I
; many the aimaous fluid l) has rendered Ilraidcntown

draining it and theadjaccnt cypress-swamps ;iI exempt from frost. Although/ the rainfall of _. : Cf1
-- -- -- ---- -- -- --- ---- --
18$0 has boon some nine inches in excess of E-1 I 1't:
this marsh is large and looks rich, and I believe
I the an'raraillfall: in this State, I have ii. i':. noTTiitiie: : '
reacheth from the lake to the ;
cypress- of the most
passed one agreeable summons WE HAVE JUST >
swamp' and pine-land : "'c then turned of my life. While the denizens of the St. >-1 RECEIVED
round a point, and landed at another sandy Johns and Atlantic coast arc shivering In ,ER.VANDINA: FLORIDA\ i
the blasts of winter tbod'ulf; Z
hautntock chilling we on
which i is
beech and
beyond OKA LICK IN
coast of South Florida are basking i i in the O
large plain or savannah half a mile wide !sun, with a temperature of (i.i degrees at six !

more or less to the pines, producing pretty o'clock a. in., 75 degrees at twelve o'clock Flue t'urrtily Groceries j (Iy rp Hail, Steamer, and Sail I "
good grass, low shrubs, oaks and myrtles, m., and 70 degrees at six o'clock i>. m. If 4 to
locality north of latitude 27J degreescan ANU
the soil black on the surface and moist:,; tho'8tilf present a moro favorable record Braid.entown .

enough to ride upon ; there is a !small will yield the palm. Xou vciron PROVISIONS.Customers ( .

pond within the beech at the south-eud, S. ('. lTrn\M.
where ducks frequent} ; this upper lake maybe -(. Florida Ayrlcvltiirinl OF. I

4 or 5 miles in diameter and perhapn can rely upon getting CHOICE:} 3 i

more in length and one fathom deep more LJOUOK AMt Oll"' ":. 0 I _
leas but thc river between this and the GOODS, usNOTIIINII
or ; When !some art told that statistics!! "incontestibly i
last is: in many places two and a ]half fathoms prove that intemperance and crime ; Z

and in most places near. 150 wide: we go hand in hand, they reply that drunkenness '= BUT THE": FINIWT BRANDS ] FUBNITUBE".c
(i.s the natural result and not the cause :
lodged at a sandy! beech and it rained) towards ;
of that low moral nature which i i--, without
morning but soon cleared up. the aid of stimulants already prepared for arc kept in stix k. z .
11th. Clear morning; thermometer tem crime. That other causes have furnished acriminaldispoMtion I

perate. Set out and soon came into the which isas ready to commit .rol't'lonnl and Hnsliiesis'' ('ar ]s
crime as to get drunk, and l that drunkenness .. r'i -ANDfJIEXKRAL .. .
branches --- -- -
river which sends out numerous !, -
is more till overt act ofacriminu i nature
that terminate in the east marsh, which is than the cause of crime.Tho "\)1. II. C. utrlt-a:, I
wonderfully intersected and divided with :Ma,sac,hiisetu Bureau of Statistics of t

pond- and branches, and thc river is al.o: divided I.abllr. in its annual report| just published, ('1 "ENERAL: COMMISSION':; MKIJCHAXT: : MKKOIIANDISK.PP i
goes with thoroughnc); into the question of .:T.
with small and islands
numerous the influence rif intemperance upon crime. !
of low marsh ; so that it is difficult to In the county of Suffolk which includes CKXTKK ST., K\R 1 h:. 1 R, Dt.i-or. _

find the main river, but by the strong current Boston there'are nine courts of criminal jurisdiction I
and a competent, trustworthy .
: We came at lat to a fine lake or of FERXANDINA.: : FLA. O
agent of the bureau wu (placed in each Z
rather three, the lowt-nt of which i js'the big- t those nine court tn make uumiric on the

jji-t, being a mile diameter; on the east-side following jMiints : 1. Whether' the criminal hay, Corn, O ilw.w. .
the pine-lands appear uliout\ two miles distant was under the influence of liiiiorat'| the time -- --. -- .- 4 : CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. ;
the crime WA ('ClIlmith'4I'Htll'r; : the ;
most of the way more or I less from the criminal was in )liquor at the time he formed 1{. ini( \i IGII""

lako we lodged at ; but on the west-side wo the intent to commit the crime ; 3. Whether AOKXT.UIIOI.KMII.E 1!

could hardly see them, sue!. a great body uf tho inteni]>eratc habits' of time criminal, AM JKT\II. GO

marsh. being between ; after noon we came were such as to !loud to a condition which : : AND STOCK )":.\U:':.
induced the l'rlmeto; Whether time internpenite BUTCHER I
to where the river was more entire,and) some habits l of others led the criminal to a ANDDealer
of its \bunks :! foot high and 7 or 8 foot condition which induced the crime; 5. What In Ire. --

broad to the west marsh the river \being 2i'") were the drinking 'habits of the (criminal TEXNKSSEK: : JIJIKK I : SPECIALTY: SANBORN &
whether total abstainer malerntetrinkeror I-IOY
yards broad more or less! and one and a half excessive drinker. To get full information BUfiOM STIlfcKT: WlMRr, .

'T-' ', fathom deep; here several more large branches on these points would involve an invetijMtiori II-t! ( "'Jm .\S1Hs.\) FLA.

or lagoons branched eastward, ami spread into the 'history of criminal, scarcely -- .
I pos.sil.le to IKS made. Still: the body of facts ('. I"ICT. t-THTZ.: ARLINGTON NURSERIES.
their numerous brunchc in the marches ;
the bureau has xiven us shows that Ml l 11'c.'r| ('. K.i lt'F .V <'<>.,
we rowed several long leaches up the rivers, cent of all the crime comrnited in Ifci-toii
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and at last tu our great joy came tn a bluff during the year INS' were connected directly liiiHrters,| and WholeialDealer* in
where we timid M-I our feet on dry ground ; or indirectly with the influence nf liquor. rilOFICAI.uitd NK.tll.THOriCAI.: .'TltKIX: : ICONICS.: I>K1'NKV .D.
It certainly u startling exhibit. We know Foreign stud onietlr.
this liring \eryrioh hammock of tJ acres that a man may sign the temiH.-rance pledge l'OI'H .....eII.UHUIX: : : : HlinaTUH au41 1.'I.O".laClX(. I'I.\X'I'S.

I of light black: shelly soil (thermometer' 541'. and keep it rigidly and still remain and live Fruit) .ViitM, ......, .
M.) producing I red-cwlur. celtis. a curious a great rascal. Tenijieraiice and vice are nut t ---
I always dissevered but the fact collected by j Viw. V, 57 and I M! Market Flirt .
junthoxylium, and several other we never the bureau show that low moral pprr'e1'tion.! ; aU ('I IOU.,: VARIKTIIW; "': HiidUed OraiiKe Tree }!'\Uf\ KPECIALT:

I ob,ened before,a few large,: onmge-trcw,and ant a weakened feeling of moral obligation, (i: t'1I.t .1.I'rON.: SOfTil. rAICOI.I.VA. j jt4'
some young on**. are !induced by the use of liquor, and not -- --
that the use of liquor it t1tuM'C1 l by a low j ff C.onslllUIIlt"llhl; nf "' />uun Utn'\'Ii ;.:.,'ii.1 l for u"'oj1i"tin'" f'ataloguf'
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.1 WASHlMiTOX. -. 0" ist rtg i ue.: The large salon was filled with i i l -if reports' arc true-an accomplished fact --I.. rCilb'rN, -1 (:. 1'. AVIKV: IIL I
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I'fore.two years have elapsed. However .
toilettes were relieved -- -------------------
ladies, :! bright spring
ever since! 18O, our neighbors! of the Crescent '
THK AtlTorHVT OK VIIKStNU MK.SsXO! | : | THK by the massed: of (lowers in the room City have cherished the idea that they OlIn> A CO. Ss9

,a,''t I FRV1T OF ute H\ OMS.To itself, and by the clumps of foliage in the -and they l almost exclusively-were to reap ,........,..,..................................... ,..,..,..,..,.. STAHLES.CARRIAOKS .
i j f, the Editor of the, Jiirrar'ASInNOTON : broad, garden, outside, divided only 1 by trees (the Mobile fruits has of that entered prize ; but since that time ., .. 1VKUY AND J HOARDING .

,V I). C., May II, 1881.\ from t the Pare Monccau beyond. Heie( I the competitor into the race.a no In contemptible 18.V) Mobile i.. 1'1It'1'ILI71at-t'r: i., I:: .AXI! WAfSOXS; .

i When 1'resldent Unrlletd entered PO serenely picturesquely disposed\, audience remained had no complete and uninterrupted or ....... ......... ................................................... To and from :Steamers and 'J rams.CONTRACTS :!.
i on his four years' course: hut two for nearly two hours, listening to two gifted water communication with the states; above : : FOR HAULINO: KTT.

1 the vocalists t who exerted} themselves to such and around her and) what little !she had, IS: THK IJESTrilllLVd
months ago, no one foresaw: complicated terminated abruptly into her shallow }'Oltt.F. : ,
t situations of to-day. Kveryone: will remember good purpose that however much they sang: bay, only to reach: deep water through expensive for FALL (iA1iDENS-it: being llUllIS: nnnlE:4' ; (.: 11.\: !'I I"' '

:c'c. '{ how even political! antagonists were disposed their )hearers called for more. The !singerswere lighterage;! ; but to-day}: she penetrates JL not only' a perfect plant food, but will ,\)tT:; .1N1)VAONS.; ,
the be )1lIle.'nn Xandt and )f. 'ullrl' and every wealth-producing territory of : Jf1.Tmnl:4: c.\ n."tj. "
; f. i to 'onJI'lItulote each other on kl'l'nil\ II insects at a respectful\ distance. .
'F f/jr ; ginning; a political, industrial! and financial never has cither appeared\, to more nil vaat the Union, ; every day the largest;vessels approach For sale in anv quantity, large or small, ..., .ollil.e.unol Statblc Piet Stn'etbllrar
nearer nail nearer her wharves, and Broom StreetVharf. .___
and orders) ,delivered\ FREE):
I on
{, millcniuni. Robertson had, not then age. The American lady is i beyond question ( when the Tehuantcpec railroad shall have country
boats ) TRY IT.
or cars.: Yl'j.etalerowc'r ,
:. I been mentioned, and the portentous Ma- the most popular singer in Paris' now, been completed' Mobile will have over her ; COULD/ & CO.' ,

t;, p j 'I 'I. hone was just appearing) ("Jllivomllyabovc and the Queen of Spain expressed the! opinion extremes bar, the seventeen!! draft of the feet most depth profitable which vessels i is! the fll-hu-: H "'. Hay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

i\ /t t, the horizon There I is no equivocation in of many, when, rising to complimentthe navigating the Julf: of :\1('x leo. --- GET THE BEST.

4 the attitude of Mahonc now, nor indeed, in young; prinndonna, she assured! her that This, considering that the Panama canal J. X. KOHSOX &V SOX,

;7. : d ,!i 1 the altitude( of any of the distinguished personages she 1,1\I'cllllcr, : quite on a par with Adclina cannot I be, completed' before six or !seven WEBSTEjTEDITION }
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,.i. who arc playing in the petty politics Pattl. Jreater praise it would not be possible i. years, must! nroii r e Oil citizens to the necessity ( UNABR/DCtO'/IrNO1CTlONARy'
of being fully prepared for active! competition --I I Commission" JIt'r'hunC".I-" .
; of the day :OellotorlallOlle'lI; : carriagemay to bestow. when (Tehuantepeo railway willopen *-'" ,fUPP1fMfNT)

be seen, ;almost any hour, in front of American priunadoulnaappear, ) to be exceptionally travel across! the isthmus, and urge

r. the south side of the General I'nst-Otllce Department popular in J'nrisju't! now. Mademoiselle upon) our able and energetic Senators andcongressmen CHARLESTON, :S. P.,
'. : the continuation of liberal If intend some day to get
where he upend!: most of his: )time, Van Xandt ha,. sung "Mignon" at appropriations
toward the harbor
; ( improve
.., closeted: ] with Judge Tyler, farming out the the Opera Comique more than seventy times. ments. Jfubilc' IJrgtcr.Kcitl! 1ONI'iNING themselves strictly to theirline WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED,

in which regard- but this = .. of business, respectfully !'ollidt.cun. "
I little post-olllces! Virginia Indeed, she has sung nothing one -- --- ---- ---- sign meats. "DO IT NOW.

lens!'! of the wishes of the patrons of these I )part since she made her debut in Paris, and --- -- 1'CuCt':" -- .. ,
post-oflees, both Republicans and }Democrats ) I she is eagerly sought); after in the most! musical ---------------- THE NEW EDITION

'j 1 have been given to him. It is his pol talons of the city. Another American FOR S.LLL I.- ij ic T 1 1, I 7 i: u ti. } Contains over 118,000 Words,
: icy to place a Readjustcr in every postofllccin singer, equally well known in London, Miss! -- -- 1928 Pages: 3000 Engravings, '

{; Virginia where. the 'OSlllla'ltcr] does not Emma 'fhul'8hy, appeared on Sunday at :M. ++ ++ This business' has been special trade Four Pages Colored Plates, ,
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have to be approved, by the Senate. This Paadcloup'H) popular concert, and was cordially : for over twenty years, and we have endeavored 4600 NEW WORDS and Meanings,

will make him dixpcim-rof p hundreds offices welcomed by a crowded )house. I A ISIKAHM: HOTIL: I to furnish! our planting friends a PURE): Biographical Dictionaryof

: and enable him to play the despot in ARTICLE:, and their continued: }patronage is: 9700 Names.
-------- t our )best indorsement. are prepared, to over
I hundreds, of localities that the country at THE ISTHMUS OF TKIWAyTRVKV.While
fill orders for all kinds: of Fertilizers together "most rn-nntlrullln'l. complete Eng T
large has never heard of. It is needless: to unconditionally in favor of the Situated directly on the Railroad, with our Cotton and\ Corn Fertilizer and The! IMctionnry.

I say that this is not right; that it is not according Panama canal on account of immense! results Compound Acid Phosphate., Ha times* 3000 as many Engravings IH tiny other, nearly Dict'ry.than t H

to correct civil service principles ;iI ", for the country at large, there! I is: yet, IX ONK: OF THE J. N. UOHSOX:; it SON, Every school and family should have it E
that it is not republican or democratic in still nearer home, another enterprise, appealing 60 Charleston, S. C. constant reference.
no less: directly to the sympathies of the -- -- GET THE STANDARD.
.j principle, but what we are accustomed: to Southern States, and chiefly to those of Ala. HEALTHIEST) ; PARTS OK FLORIDA. of Webster's Is over 20 times the Q
call in Europe: or Aia despotism and tyran bama. Salt; of any other series of ictionariee.T |9
II. J. BAKER fc BRO. he "highest authority of the Courts in fll
ny. I know of more than one instance: Within less than nine hundred miles from
For luc1rCIIIJ.'J.OJW. Justice Waite JLAD
1 particulars definition-Chief
where the notwithstanding his: our harbor, over a sea free from any obstacle
postmaster: almost universal authority deciding -
t years of experience, his perfect record with or danger the Hay of Campcche opens) .\ MIRROR, the meaning of words. A
her roadsteads the northern breezes.
safe to .VMf: )Fernundina, 1<'la.H Dictionary has been bought by "IMP
I ; the Department here, and in spite of protestssigned Down in the very centre of that bay, the 215 1'1-\: HI. STRUCT: XKW YORK: Soother to supply its Schools. JLM
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by a large majority of the citizens, Isthmus! of ofTchul\l\tll'e-l'lIlI) ) than KiOmiles) Dictionary which nine-tenths of the D )
'I both Republicans and Democrats, has been in width-divides the (Culf from the Pacific, Till 1.'IOIUn.\ of the country are baaed
i forming on thc south the well-sheltered! gulf in the Government Printing
,; ruthlessly: : removed to make place for incompetent Manufacturers of Washington. Jan. 1881. A
which bears its IInlll<'. The land it covers isnnmmgst :
', and characterless whoso only the most fertile of the by Stato Supt's Schools in
t" 'I : men, intertropical Recommended and 50 College Pres'ts. R
j recommendation is that they hold Mahonc's: regions, nnsurpassingly! rich vegetable; and) that has been placed in more ir%
I views with regard to the Virginia mineral )productions, and being situated -.-CIII )II( .' I, 1.'Iat'rllIZI.nS.-: + Dictionary public schools in U.S. JJ ,
t4 peculiar ;;
about ten degrees north of Panama, t the heat
j state debt. The paternal functions of the of its climate is proportionately )less! oppress I'ormiiHliiiii, IS IT NOT THE STANDARD ?
t 'I Published by G. &C. MERRIAM. Springfield; ?(Lass.AtsoWebster's .
1 )Federal government should not be felt in ive. Town o.11r. It. Line,
; this in small, weak, and 1..IJlah'll'01l1., Ever since! the early days of f lie conquest! !! lAnd --, National Pictorial Dictionary.
way the bold spirit of the Spaniards' had dreamtof (Mlnr ICo.v.Oilers 1040 Pages Octavo. COO Engravings.
I 1 munities, whoso protests cannot bo sullleiently a communication between the two oceans,

I loud to raise that gell'rllll'ublie indignation and as: far back: as lull: Spanish: commercial I ;it' ---w

which can command r' tress.ei enterprise had,I cast a longing eye on the ;t1 On.'Xa.1.'rIU : '.
beautiful river of l'outzacoah'o'Ilidl
ther :Mr. James: nor the President would dare pen I TUB: 1.1I11\IJ:II.III'l'IJII S,
I. ('tratoIlIhout: thirty miles into the interior, -- :I: -
to appoint n postmaster against the protests reducing the distances between" the two seas tn lessees) and Purchasers) a lactic. .
t to less than Hid: miles. number of the! most eligible and desirable' 1 TilE TJMKS FOIL 1881.
of nine-tenths of the good citizens of St.Ijuis 1"JI'XITln: at
\ Hut from that time the of Lot*, suitable! fair Husiness: )Purposes, "r fir The TiiHft will enter the New Year with u
power Spain
\. ( or New York. It is i cowardly to force gradually declined, and her energies and City or :Suburban )Residences.: )larger circle of regular readers than !it hud at

I upon the weak what they would not daru tieasurci* wasted away in continuous\ : wars i," any previous period of its t hi-.tol'.1II111: the

I attempt with the strong. It is: unstutesman-: with "France, England: and the Now Republic UPON 1 EASY TKU.MS.I.iltcr.d ':: : I .\ Most I :Superior: Article, under our ownSpecial important' eventof the next year must
( steadily enlarge! the Held! of
of tin ITllih'cll'roviJlI'l'S indeltcndeitjournalism.
which had after
', l like IIl1d unpatriotic to alienate !small provincial ,
tho and bloodiest known in .
longest struggle
Formula.Dctr .
\ 1 communities, and to force thl'mto history, achieved their independence; linal- Discounts on Values allowed to .\ new admiiiNtralion will be, inaugurated ;

feel the central government only as a mischievous Iv, reduced{ to a foICl'OIlIlarpO'litioll amongst!: parties engaged in inannf.icturing or indu- new political oeea-'ions will create new polit-
the trial enterprise.: who Willl'I'.t on Ibo property ical duties ; the great coinnicreial and industrial
: \ ; intermeddler with their local affairs sovereign! states: of Europe: \ she receivedher \
last blow by the successful rebellion of purchased: substantial improvements im> -i erity of the country must! !stimulate
!, anil its the champion of those whom American possessions; and \\1I11onh' a for residence: i<< or in which to conduct their l'I'II I'l'1allli thrift in uII sections, and
\I men of both parties\ bold in the II'a1-tl'1-h'l'm. few years utter that event, toward 1821.: tiiat bit..iiless.! the tendency political power will he toward .
I 'I The people of a small village\ have.. eonlldenliul the new Republic of Mexico revived the INDUCEMENTS) : : TO MANUFACTURERS ( COMPLETE MANURES? : corruption; and -potNm, as it ever i is!
: by exemption for a term of years from when the people are diverted from the stern
t' i and intimate relations with the post- scheme projected bv her former masters!! after l
I more than two hundred years: had passel taxation, offered by the scveralciticsaniltowns. criticism of authority by peace and plenty. "
muster ; they advise with him, and trusthim over their tombs.: Apply at2'TOtllcccor. The TiiHt will !be !in the future, as: it has ,

\ in all business matters! beyond the limit )Hut (the demon of civil war soon: sei/.ed Beach <::7thsts., Fernandina.lUtf For l v1av FAUM CHOP, been !in the past, absolutely independent of
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l1 i(j of their acquaintance: and to thrust. upon upon\ that fairest of lands, and she then entered political parties, but earnestly /and fearlessly!
that of revolutions! which devoted to integrity and patriotism in our
them neighbor !in whoso nnon --- -
a stranger, or n experience -
tosiing her between imperialism and republicanism Prepared on scientific l ( principles to !supply statesmanship!! to the ireedoin and sanctity
and integrity they have noconlldcnee left her TUT: FI.01CIIJAr of the ballot. )Dependent party
an easy!! prey to her powerful the exact food for each organs
{ is such u mischievous", and serious: interference and united neighbor of the North. plant crop, so asto will continue to babble about party men and

i!> with their business interests: ", us'" Yet-even in the midst of her trials: -the AND) AND IMMIGRATION: ;) COMP.VY produce large yield i per acre. party measures ; to suppress!!, pervert or deny
J f of IlIlcr-III'I'Ull'UI1IIl"tioli the truth when) party interests demand it,
important subject
1 would not be attempted or tolerated )larger and
to )lavish the
t was never, at any time, entirely lost sight i of. OFFERSOOOOOO: reguliilioifprafeooftlio !servant
or more )powerful I communities.AT Santa Anna, whoso long presided, over her \'r.4 \l>0 K\I.KKS; INPRIMF. to the master; but the growing intelligence
I' destinies, made: in 1812!: to Jose! Hnray, the of the age daily multiplies) the readersof
t Till: FllKXCIl CAPlTAf t first formal concession of exclusive franchises Of the mostACCESSIIJLE the independent newspaper' and the journals -
toward that but the disturbed AGRICULTURAL( ) : which best relied I t thcnipidly-increaMng
: object ; ever- CHEMICALS
To the R state of the prevented : :: : AND) )DESIRAULE)::: : : independence of the people will be tlllwrl'utlIwri,1l1i
country capital
,: Pun, Fit\SCE, May 3, 1881.An from :seeking the investment!! and threatened LAM IN Tilt .\ journals ot the future.
,j I II idea, borrowed! from our side of the finally till! failure of those franchises. :SULPHATE) ): ..nlIOX: 1.\ The Tunes airnsto reach the highest standard .

t ocean, was adopted for tho first\ time in Paris Soon after the adventurous spirit of her :STATE OF FLORIDA, of the independent newspaper. It f ur.IcIr

this afternoon and with such )Il'oplc'u''" directed toward the tempting ACID PHOSPHATES:: ) :;; opposes corruption and ring !in all i
: / met successthat to settlers with ,
i scheme, and in 18s| while negotiating tho At only $1.23 jicriicro new parties! whether in city, state or nation. Ittlppuses
II' It,, it is", likely to bo generally followed. treaty Cuadcloupc; Hidalgo, President Ibichanan the privilege of selection in parcels: of .10 \ \ every form of imperial I political I

,. Here, )however, few houses would! permit of ussumcd to utter Mexico twenty to acres or more. These lands: urn located on :.1t1llhAT1OF): POTASH, domination, whether represented by an in.
millions of dollars dividual, by a !(action, or bv a party It
thirty if the exclusive OT'-
: the experiment being carried out with such
line of the
and to the
1 adjacent: sectionalism
t'1 poses North and :South:
mtrol of the transit across the isthmus wassecured as: the
splendid) r 'lIlItt". Tho Itarumess.. Adolphe de SULPHATK" SOD.XlTU.TJ' .\, demon of the Republic: ) and it demands 1
to our government, as (the (;la- }publie
t It Rothschild Invited her friends to un .\t ray grant had not yet been declared forfeited ATLANTIC, GULF AND! ) WEST INDIA 1 tranquillity) and)the supremacy\ of liberty 1

1 Homo" this afternoon, and although no and chiefly because, at that very particular TRANSIT: CO.'S It. R., ; OF)) SODA, and The law Times fur every citizen of the I'nion. ,
time, Mexico\ ) had-and really could 1 have will begin the! New Year
( 1II1'lIl11)J'ai made of music, it was not to
strengthened) in all of its
love for the oiler already
-no us exception
: be wondered at that all the most distin jected.very great was re extending from FERNANDINA): ) on the Atlantic SUPERPHOSPHATE): : ): LIMK, ably strong departments. Its AnnaN, of the

4' guilhedpuuplein1'urisutadeaioiitofbeingpresent., ", ) | Then came, by transfer from <;5aray, the to CEDAR KEY) on the Gulf coast, \\ ar will be continued I in the weekly' edition

I For) the fame: of the new gallery just English.. l'OIllI'an\ :Manning A: Mclntosh, thus affording to the producer dU'UpI'III1. SULPHATI)': MANKSIA( ; in with the sjKH-tally inten'sling extracts therefrom;
other 1'llili"II'!!, anti! the
who in : contributors
'. completed and in the turn unsigned to Peter Hargons, an and transjMirtation to the best '
rivalling magnificenceof !stant! rapid ) 1S 1 to this important, feature of
American citizen, who formed a l'UlIIl'allin thepaper' :
t its collections the most famous museums New Orleans, onlv to go down I with it before lII rkd4. Strictly IMiro Ground Itouo. will be from the IUOM di-.tiinniisled: soldiers\

r' of Europe: bail !spread! far und wide, and the decree of tie :Mexican congress, The belt of country traversed by the Transit and civilians of the North ulI.1 South Its",
f fJ: inanycelebritieshastenevltothehouse. punctually which, in 1 411, annulled and repealed 1 all !! R. lt. embraces large countries lit'l'Olltril'lIltW"will be in this und in foreign .
tt previous concessions.Then Our circulars ;give full particulars, and aremailed more than maintained i
I at the hour named, in order to feast its!: reliable news!! correspondence is
again; Francis Falconet, a UritUh free to all applicant' *. Tht'l'ontaln unsur
i t I their ryes on the treasures: of which they subject, appeared as the grantee, only to this. )EVERY: VARlirTY: : Cto':0):: )). information that will be of service to those passed by that of any other journal of the

had heard !much.. The briefest cataloguesof appear|' under another decree of nullitieation buying! using )Fertilizers. 3-lei to country ; its' various departments essential

'\ + the works of art would) take up) columns: und be succeeded by a New Orleans company \ to be found in the State, a large projH) >rtioit family a complete circle newspaKT, fur tile )home and
(ii to whlthlaximiliuIII'xh'II': : t,1 : are constantly enlivened by
I of nor would! being jKt-uliarly adapted to the culture of ... fresh writers and it will
i! r ; your paper, a mere descriptionof a protecting hand ; but after the barbarous: ----- --- maintain the 1)l)!>I-
: their arrangement convey any idea of the execution that unfortunate and ill-advised SfcMi-TuorieAL FRUITS and Early: Vegetables, SAW MILL LAND, ; Lion it has won solely on its: merits, as: one

/ t it, i harmonious", ett'ect produced by rare artistic monarch, Juarez swept off the New Orleanscompany '" and The Large, Coniict fiwlift of Timber oC pen the! of tnoot the: world reliable nnll cOJl1llt'te newspa-!

li;I 'i taste. I'u''" much struck by an observation but grunted to u private citizen of make these lands worthy VAKKFVL*. AND TERMS : U.tu.y-deliveredbyearrienfor '
l.oUl iallu-HulI. Kmile: IA"it'rl'-all the orig- ORANGE
"(' made to by Alexandrc) Dumxs. Looking 4Mt.'ATiOVbymanufteturrrstif I.I-.MBEB: J FOR SALE. twelve cents a week nail
anal trjnchiscs of the iaray grant, adding. to ; uthscriptitni six
I ( ',1;<, t t at this: wonderful scene from a playwright's it the further privilege of constructing a canal AND NAVAL STORES.I dollars lrl'C! a year, or tifty cents u IIl1mth, 'I t.
age 'l'XU\ J-IIITJllx-HlluLle: sleet}
as well Hut this last
I point of view, he said : "I cannot as a railway. even hvo del tars
t covenant was 1.Ir"I,1fll: 1878, and alll'UIll'l'll. I NEW SETTLERS : undersigned offer for sale the u year. I osnnge free ; single l'OpiclI'
"i i Ii. help thinking at what little cost tho effect sions again annulled. I rl'III' four 't'lItS. 'i\'iEKLv-h'ubiisheI: every $at:

!'t \\1 t t1 might be reproduced, Ufl'tUJ'jIn imitation Thus: the matter stood until 1879: when land from this are furnished Saw :BIll at Huttoii, urday utrning. two: llullun n year ; five
Pun-basing 'OlUll\lI| copies. $
I \i I. :l' works of art. Nothing about the place looks", the Mexican congress made another formal the Trail- $.), \u 1t'n copies', $11; ; h\'l'nty copies
t. look concession to a company organized in Massachiisctts with entire free jnwagt Transit Railroad, near Fernandina, l'xtraclll')' ! The things us though had of club
new. they u
I 1 under the presidency of IM: ward sit Railroad) for family and |>ersnnal t'IT''l.tllto t
t; ; ,' grown In the places they occupy) Such an )U-arncd, and thus"" alter over three centuries the station nearest the }land purchased. 320 Acre of Fertile I.aiul, Address THE.: TIMES '

.t : assemblage of notabilities it seldom to be a shrewd contractor quietly steps into TITLE: COMPLETE: lIg derived by With an Pliiladelphia. Pa.TRY ._ t
in the the shoes of the first conqueror of :Mexico,
found, even cosmopolitan society from the United l States' and pun-base) Orall' (iiro, oF2OO THE:
!' and I, without army, navy: cannons'" or horses grant e Trees.
Paris. For instance, on a sofa together were but with the far more formidable arsenal of from the State of Florida.CORRKS1OXDKNCE. YORK
the Queen of 8[>uiii \ Iuut'urlus. In one Wall street capital, undertaken, und will uc- The Mill U", in lirst-i-lass order. A tram NEW OBSERVER ,

l : corner were lord Lytton (Owen Meredith) complUh. )the Wok which had proved. beyond : : ) ) : $ol.ItTflm.Jl'N'riplh' road timber.extends Duelling" three; Hou-o miles" into Store u, tine IllackMiiitb tract of THIS YEAR.: :
the of monarch
those over
uir and Lord Houguton. who, by the bye, is", power Shop, Stables, art! for
whose dominions'" *' the sun never sets. ,' v its and UKITURS mailed t>napplication. quarters employes, on Till; LIJWI.sr m >
paying a Eying visit to Paris for the! purposelit For it Is now a fact that no pretext will the place.I) 1'1'1:1' I.\' Tlfi:IlI.ST .t.1I1Lr ,'

LI :u marrying his daughter. Opposite) to them beiriven for a recal loft hose franchises. Men r'I L1 S. W. LEWIS: ) ; '- .rie Very Low for ('uidl.R' WORLD, }
; M. and :)f. Ludovie l Halery, -means-machinery are constantly at wo'rkon Laud Commissioner.Ollice ;:., :$o'nd for Sample: '"
were /eissonier the, road, and the tantalization of the ('V>- 11. T. DURYKK: :, 1'ui'-Frce. tr '.
while the Due tie JCemouw wahatting utzovoalcos acid the construction\ of the one o ir. lltwli and Seventh! :StItftf : '. t'RiaV.. 1IOYT.rnandina. XKW:

with the numerous: adherents of the Orlcan- hundred and thirty miles of railway will he 13.4' K\- I S t-Il; J7 YORK: OBSERVER. : : ,
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aronaTA r/.t. nature, level) culture i 114 best, a!* the plants of these flower\ angels Too sweet, too o\cr- 1880. : ii:
The tea raised in Georgia is! said to resem willllot be as liable to injury from droughts powering the scent of single tuberose\ in aclosed ;
ble that of India's best brands, which are as when ing on ridges. It is: also emtomary \ room but mingled with the salt !sea: .
coarse and strongly lIavorl'I'rhe\ Knglish : in !some\ localities, to shell the ,pen": air it might) bo a delight. 11'hoever mclled
are great tea consumers, and much of the from the \pod )before planting.: In this t then. too long the breath of violets':' Thl'ral'l'
India tea f finds a'market in the British lilts i is nothing gained but time. a<\ the )pea will banks of them, a purple 11'IhIt' sweetnesson
The Chinese !tea is: of more delicate flavor soon "w<'lll\llll burst t open the pod for itself the bosom of the wintry earth: THE
and, t hel'l.forc. has better deinatid.1'ehoulti.\ Shelled comes up a few days: :sooner perhaps ,\llIltht' je slllllhll'41'1': : Mills says: the 4FLORIDA .
suppose, however, that Georgia! tea which hut it is: no amount of labor to shell Cephalonian) : is: preferred, an abundant: \
is pure ought to be morcdesirablecvcrv way the seed when planting on large scale. bloomer, but the Ojfichmlt(/ I Is Also used\
than the cheap adulterations from the \Flow-:- The only culture the crop requires I Is to How many of our lovely natives lire wnit-
cry Land.\ To procure an unadulterated article I keep the ground mellow and prevent the hug for an invitation to join the l'Olllpallof
the Russians who can all'ord it give, 'ialltsh000111htignverrtnl: with weeds. .\ one F.uropean perfume \plant, 1 cannot, tell. j
what our people would consider fabulous: horse harrow or ligh't cultivator will do most There is: the yellow jessamine:' of Carolina, ,
81111Jwr pound\ We have seen the priccat of this! work ; a little hoeing around tin our crcanothux or creeping lilac, the !storav
the XijniNovogorod fair to be, for the, best hills: occasionally! until the plants come into the subtle, delightful perfume of //oi.I/1I//I' !
'brands, &2!$ per J'01111'1. A frichdofourswho bloom, is about all the attention necessary: f!]>lir''i. Some of on labiate\' plants yield ('s- MIRROR
had long experience in China, told us such unless the soil i is so poor that dressings! : o.1' H'lIlialoil", which would pro\e valuable in
horrible tales of the lea trade that we have ashes: or plaster' are needed to insure a vigorous cnrlmbinatiunsllonrrlrlln/ I the odor. of which
t never been able to drink the beverage with grnwt h. Land: plaster I is an excellent incites sleep as does the leaves:' of\ the pines r I
any relish since, especially when the price fertilizer for peanuts' : as w'lIa'l for all other and firs.: Hut of all ierfuutesgite: me that
was low An Augusta merchant, who had 'plants: belonging to the pulse! family. .\ ta- of our wild rose. It is evanescent ; you
a brother in Hong Kong, once gave us: a olespoonful, dropped on each hilt two 01 think you have absorbed. it can give ; for t
pound of tea that had been sent him by hisrelative. three times during the season, will oftengive a time it stems scentless I then :suddenly\. it
It was exquisite, and diH'erc'd;: essentially very !lati"fll'Iorr'HIIt When the breathes in your face, and quickens) everysense :
from I the ordinary commercial I a r.tidc plants' begin to bloo'm freely and !spread of purity' and beauty Of all pleasant t
Experts: in tea, like the Chinese and. over the ground, it i is time\ to lay them by," odors, too, it i is time most lusting!: tI ISrxjE
Russians, drink only the black ltrlHTile\ a technical term for omitting\ further cultivation \"ollllla1J''ak, you may ruin the vase, if .
green brands that look so 1'1'1'1tart' artificially ; hut before cluing; this there should' \1111'will, ,Air:: _.
colored.\ People select the bright green he a slight hilling, up of the plant: This Hut the scent o\\' the roses will cling 'round
teas as they prefer the vivid green pickles: may be done very rapidly with a double it !still'Is
and yet thev sacrifice by so doing the, Mib.stance mnod# -board plough' following; with the hoe of this if thl''a l Bogie
true rose I'H't'l' -
for the shadow. It may be that the to !smooth off the !surface about the hill ruin
;, The plants' continue to the entire season glass. \
fertilizing elements used to produce (Jeorgiateas grow that :Mr. Hall also
was 1'11':1"1.110111'\1': is :
have much to do with their lack of fineness therefore the earlier they get !started in .Icarir/rrsin, : ,
raising large quantities //;
!spring the better thecbances for large \'kl,1whil'll ;
and delicacy of flavor. Who can get a '
i is scent ) in
each tiny globe a bag: : itself\,
sweet-potato; fit to cat in our market? Where varies; from twenty-live to seventylive -
"Sweet: grass" is an allied odor, and would.
are there any green peas that taste" as: theyslid bushels per' acre. the -
)be valuable addition to
a perfumer'sOne
The gathering, of the : be ..ll'lan'.1lIutil -t lo l-
ill oll.la\'s ? The good old luscious sugar crop may )but feel that
\ cannot many pleasant ., /
there is likelihood of fro'st, hut not
that distilled candy at { :
yam 'HI'p"re things\ will come of Mr. ] [all'1'1I11'rpri"'I', (
; IInlillJlIC' has adllall1'HlIl and killed the
when 1 baked is a tradition. The green (
peas and he will have a multitude mil'well| wishes
taste like chinaberries, or worse. It is :said vines.: The vines amid nuts :are either dugout ,
for its oIlI''I'-.I" ( I. in /ViiV/iV Hurnl I'rifs.iMH'viMirs .
that commercial manures have done this, with forks or ploughed' omittitil a plough ? hill
t' ;and that quantity is preferred l by the growerto arranged! for that purpose .\ better implement \ TO HUTI'LIMS.The I
quality.) ,,'t' suggest to Commissioner I.e than either is the common tree digger
Iu'that there be experiments made with used. by nurserymen. This may be set to following plan of operation has: )been
different kinds of fertili/ers and that the report run deep or shallow', cutting oT( the top suggested: by one of I the large landed: I proprietors r
he republished. We know very well roots of the vines, allowing; them :and the : of Insn county with a vitto the introlhll'tiollOt' I i I I tI
that the Chinese resort to all kinds of ma nuts attached to be lifted with ease. Tin immigrant-; ,
nuring; some of which is .almost revolting ; vines :are then spread out to dry for a day'or AS many: owners of real estate' as can he
but it may be that t the choicest of their teas two, then )put up in, small stacks, the I bottom\ induced: to'go; into the arrangement !lhallpl.lpI' I I 0Z
are raised from soils that are enriched in of which should region something, to keep ; a portion nt'their land! to )hosurvcycd\
some peculiar and wholesome '.-.f/lYIl- the bottom layer out of the dirt ; ami it is IIIto ,1lI'11l'I'I' lots: and offered! through proper ,
ta UUI/istltiti< ,nlis/. well to put on caps of straw, for if the pods) agencies to actual: settlers at the priteat. t I
get blackened or moldy, it will greatly lessen which they are appraised for taxation, to he a r'h
During) the civil war the Southern peoplewere thl.ir'Hllle in market. The vines should!. 'paid for in six annual instalments.: We believe -

forced to rely upon\ home production, remain ten days to t\\'o'weeks in the stock, that if half the lands! of the countv. or ''h Vli ll l H
for their tea and\ coffee, and got along very and then the nuts: be h picked. oil by hand or even two-thirds or three-quarters, could! be 4. I : !
well. t threshed I by' machines i : made expressly I; fort disposed of on these, or even more favorable,
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t the '"rpusc.) terms' to industrious! immigrants, the residue -
The tea substitutes were generally the In Tennessee the harvesting is usually would )be worth more than I the whole is I Ii i

blackberry leaf, which tasted quite as well, conducted on a plan extremely rude. A now Nor do we doubt much that if this: k kt ;
is around with or some similar plan were adopted, and its "
and was much healthier than many of the common turn plough : run
the bar to the rows:, throwing off the dirt execution committed to proper parties, who
so-called Japan and Chinese teas. "'e sec \\'OIl\.IIIWk\. it known to thc \. B
and leaving the vines on a \'Cl'lIarmw ( world accompanied ,
no reason why the tea plant itself cannot be ridge. Following this come the hands:: : who with evidences:, of the attractions of ,
\ take hold of the vines and pull them up, Ibis portion of the :State; with vi nciersof ,
resuits shaking off the dirt by n sudden jerk. Of the good faith of those making the offer, it !
of the in Georgia
experiments scene
== 300K
course this leaves a large per cent of the would result in success and in changing the AND .
satisfactory. Mrs.,! Azeroth, of Manatee, has nuts in the ground, which are looked after! wholefact, of the country west 1 of time Sit- t
demonstrated the fact that coffee of the best no further, unless! it should be that the owner wanee included in the black; : belt, The j. t

quality can be raised in South Florida. turns in his hogs to root up the extensiveleavings. six cuunli05Iiflatkslul. (hlll"dl'IJ.I'OIl\ Jefferson "
: Madison and l Hamilton( i the finest
There are two varieties of peanut in common portion of the State:: being'all very much in >i
CULTUJIK OF Tilt 1'KAXUT. cultivation The white usually meets the same condition, the plan of operation, if !
I was interested in your late article on the with most favor on account of its color. successful in one, might bo applied in all.Tnllnhniifcf ,- f
culture of the castor bean, as it gave me n though it is really not the best.! The "red"is Kewi'tm/. t
clearer idea of that crop' than I had formed the richest in oil; and hence is mo t valuable There is no denying the fact, which is apparent r''
before./ It was certainly a readable paper, for consumption: ) otherwise t than as to everybody. that \'III1I1IIt'lal\d\ ti
worth several times the cost of the Mir/7 llclislcr.1)w; could you not all'ord to add: depreciated in Middle 1'lorida! and ,
to that article another, as clear and comprehensive business enterprise is also on the wane. Immigration -
on the subject of the culture of the GUIXLA Gil ASS. to t this I portion of the :State:- is neither -
i peanut ? I know it would be read with interest '\' lately pllbli..II.lullurtiele upon (;Juinca suggested norcontemplnted by the great
by large numbers of your !subscribers.T. : grass. After reading it an intelligent IIrmIII' IIOIIII'-! N. "',\lw. planter of this neighborhood expressed. to usa Johns country' annually ; and we are! content ,
lldynecounty, Miss. IIl'si10 know something noire about this to plod along from year to year, and
forage plaint To gratify him, and at the eke miserable existence ,
"'c IIC'Cllllot describe the peanut, as it has out a by the production
grown into such general use as to have become same time to promote what we believe to be of cotton\ that is surely reducing us to .
familiar to the )people in all parts of the highest interest of our U.tl'il'\lltllrall'call-; abject' I poverty. A remedy is needed ; it I is ..
the civilized world.\ Its botanical name is ers, we publish another article "n the same: imperatively demanded! and must be applied Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
subject written by a gentleman living ins or the resident
..fmcld/J Ipwla'l, and it has no very near relatives or population : I
among any of the plants cultivated near, Mobile, and taken from t the hurnl.Iht- that appreciate the situation will be "
within the United tatcs. IUl"ifll'c will !s Iatllat we have had forced to abandon the fairest portion of Florida
The peanut crop I is rapidly becoming one (tuition grass on our grounds for six: or eight;; and seek homes and a livelihood elsewhere. r
IV of considerable importance to the states of years ; the roots having been obtained. from The plan suggested; by the l'nmi>nti.\t; I
the South. Previous to Ism the whole crop this gentleman: whose name we are sorry to is a good one, but we have little confidence. fi f
of the country a jlr'lat'dear'l'Iy, : 150,000 have forgotten ; obtained, as staled! by him in the land-owners. making it available. The ..
bushels, while in 1875 it amounted to over in the article, for the purpose utjiylitliiy with !same ,suggestions: were advanced through i
:>,000W)0( and the crop of 1870 j exceeds that it nut gran. 1'urthiipnrpnsew pronounce the GH, ttuton years ago, and/ (.Iu'ih'.lllot. a
of the previous. "'c have no figures beforeus it emphatically a sauces And more than solitary favorable response from landencumbered FE11NAND1NA 1J Olt1DA.i: i
to show the increase since 1870, but it this -wo believe it to be one of the most valuable land-poor citizens '1'111'upp.'ar to be .. I
has undoubtedly, been regular and large. of all Southern forage plants. Heretofore ( content with their domain-content; to pav
though we have: given roots. to a few work "run'*
lly far the largest quantity of the 'product enormous taxes-( nntcntto and .
is: consumed as "roasted peanuts," hut the friends. we have always notified theme byway free labor, amid take the chances of final -
consumption need not stop !here, and does of warning' of thodifliculty of erudioil'ing. bankruptcy and ruin ., I
not. It can be, and is, very advantageously" "'e now renew this caution, at the however/ the plan suggested/ by the ,
same: time expressing our private opinionthat f'cniii>innt should elicit tlwuth'lItiolllllirl immediate .
i' employed) I for making oil ; in fact, we find; I
that it was extensively cultivated for (his this is one of its greatest! recommendations. cooperation of/ land owners, in avery .--,- ,.-- -
purpose in France and Spain nearly half a I If four-fifths of the land of Middle short time this /line agricultural division
century ago, at which time, the eycfopicdiasinform I Florida. were down in some valuable forage of the :State will bo nconlcd' I bv an Indus.Irioiis -1 .
us. i,ea or irround-nuts were "culti- plant, as this certainly is! which it would beutterly enterprising and worthy population,
vated! in the West Indies for their nuts, impossible to make J give place to"t- lands: will be in demand rcmiinerativoprice
which are oblong and grow beneath the ton it would be a blessed thing/ for us. "'I' *, business of every description' will .
ground. These are Used by the negroes: as are informed that !some of the most valuable thrive, and the "black fiell"" be made, the,
food." From this it may be been: that the farms in Alabama now are those once abandoned garden! of America.' -Mmilinllit (,'oelildinn, Having added MlIV: TYI'i: .' \U \ VtPltlwSNII.S; : : to our ollice, and having :
because taken of this
possession by
position which the Pl':1I1utcrop holds among i I IHKIf.I.n
our agricultural products I is the result of a jrass.: COMi: TO MlttltLK I'LOItlltA. : WOIIKMK.V:
It is to remark that this is who know how to use (he Hume; wo are now ;
plant: entirely -
steady! growth based upon its intrinsic value i I((11'111'1'1'i t from that known in Kast: We observe} by a Idler from a citi/cn of
in the markets of the world! Florida as'MJuinea grass, introduced byiIr. Michigan( published in u ;\lid.lloGetirgia'a- prepared' to do any and every kind of printing.' ;
Authors disagree as to the native country that hundreds of farmers: in the Northwestern
of the )( Codrington' ; ; which we have also I hail I c
for :- outhllIerica \
peanut some claiming
states, where niiprecodcntcd' cold
and value lli.tllh'-bllt less valuable in
; our
.\ and others,! for Africa; for it !seems' w'atll'r'IL" experienced. during the
to private opinion, because very easily" eradicated. past
to have been known in both about the
same !.-KnHwmi.t, .'!t'll If.A winter, are anxious to ('''lIIeOollth: Most of
time. It is an annual tropical plant belong these: people are poor, says time writer, but
ing to the pulse or pea family- and consequently .hey wish to emigrate in ;numbers' font fory -
is nut adapted to cold climates, but IWIirUMKltr FAItM. to fifty families in a colony, but they have
by starting/ the seed! in hotbeds and transplanting Fancy farm where only /flowers are neans to make payment on forty or u hunIrcd -
when the weather becomes warm raised!, and these of the fairest and I sweetest ; acres of land each. i
in spring, a small maybe raked in almost acres' and acres covered with fur
crop a crop Now this 1 is precisely the class of immigrants
any of onr' Northern states. But the beauty only," and then believe that your so much needed 1 ill M! nuts produced in cool climates are seldom fancy has already been ihanged to fact in where the climate I is mild In winter and ,
good quality ; hence we would not recommend Suntaltarbarucuunty.: :Surely tbeurillcnniuu pleasant in bummer ; where the roil I is fruitful I
t any one to undertake the cultivationof is near, and those Carpintcria' acres of and every character of a crop can be
peanuts;, except as a curiosity, anywhere tuberoses, Knglish: violets, jl..sJlJIIIIIo11111 ;rown successfully" ; ail some effort/ should\
north of Tennessee, in which :state it'I'J now orange blossoms are one of the fieldfrom\ he made to influence said I teas* of emigrants !
>>i'c quite exteusivelvcultivatlslforwarketpriu- beyond the swelling flood"/ dropjn-d' 'here asa tn come among us.!! They should be fur- /
Iti".t if: cipally in West Tennessee, in the counties lonely reminder of the land we hope to dshed with Information us to the character J
! ,1 along the Tennessee river.It see. tf this very desirable set.lion us an agricultural ) ,
I. delights in a warm, light:: and nu lcratelv Mr. Hall, the proprietor of this' flower and fruit growing country, and inducements I
:>' rich soil ; clay, oraiiy kind of land, the farm, i believng that our favored southern IIlfl.rt'l1ln the of heap and desintble '
: surface way .'IIi'MII" iiutl ii'" ( ... ..|. UN airy114'4. In Florida.
r';-: of which becomes hard and cracks counties were unrivaled for the production tumidIii; fact it will payu hamKomeprofit .
after hard rains, is not suitable for peanuts of scent-bearing blossoms, made a purchaseof to give away to said class\ of immigrants ,
, us it mutt be borne in mind that the a suitable location, and ha now completed every alternate forty acres of thtlydu- ., ." ',>',.,''"' 'J
't long, blender fruit-",tems, a* soon as the the distilling and other arrangementsfor I main. ,,-_ ,, '' ". "A'""., .,t_;_ .", .
t flower drop, bend' over and penetrate the the manufactureofpcrfuues. Mr. Alex. Our citizens who are vitally interested I in .. i. ':
'I, earth, and in this t'( )' tiun |'crfect their Mills( of I'asudcna, bus been for the post the further proc-rity| of this section, should! : :t," .. ,., ,;, /.'<. ".:; ::'1r:
seeds. The plants also have long tap roots, year engaged; in propagating: the htock fur take this iniMirtant| matter into serious con- ", .' ;
which go very deep in congenial:: soils, or this novel enterprise, and kindly furnishes hiderution.'e need not cx1.ttt'roslcrity| '. 4 ; .- .
. ; those broken up tea proper depth. us with details: of the work. Flirt on the unless we seek it.--J/WiW/- tilutMn. I ," .
The time fur planting in sprung will vary list of perfume bearers Is the Province rut! :
somewhat according to latitude, but )March our dear old "cabbage} ," or hundred leaved, FOK SAM:. I
and April are the months which most of which has l IIL..t none of lt, ancient charm, I)11'EI.I.INi,: Hor +l'; CONTAIXINO .
the planting' is done. For field-culture! it is yet has been supplanted' roses of decider I 1.\. nine room, wt'\'lilli\' hedand furnUheil 1, I t tItuu"tm.cudyuururtler
\' h best to drop twu to four pods; in each hill, and purer tints, or by the tea roses, whichare I with lot of land 'J.'X -4uipt, nevcr-frlhhng. .
the row" about three and a half feel apart sn inexhaustible in their variety and well of water, tank csipacitv -ixty6arrelsgtpr.l i
and the hills ulxjut two feet. Co vert he mil beauty. Mr. Hall obtains 'hi* stock of roses I barn and out buildings\ ; number of orange: : J:1Y" for I'HIN'IINU. WNDIN
i' two inches deep, and when the plants come and jei, amine, us well us of the bitter orange I anil |ti"trt'c.twt'lIt-fi\'f'! l-th'lf! of roses;
tip thin out, leaving only two in U hill. If in the jcftth of KurojK: ; of tile latterhe otlnr flower and I shrubs too numerous tonnhtion. side tJI.'lult'" (Order* for either' will. rtrcive'run't! attention from us. \ll.trt"ltlt i

11 there arc any vacancies, transplant and fill has several l thousand trees. Two weeks I For further lacrticular. apply, to .*
1 them up. In some \localities jt Is customary ago the tuherufclI were still in perfection\ )lJt'. J:. Ml'lM'll! V l-1f./It11)A. :UIItI(0t.,
to plant on ridge but if the ground H field of 10.000 :Surely I the breezes off the On the !prcmbx-s at Old TOM
: worked deep, and is of a light mellow na- coast: should be "spicy" with the breath .Fernandina Fla.. February;; 1>v11-Su,1 .x.-t.1. FKXKi>i5Flu, ,

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THE FLORIDA MIRROR !some common agreement ns to the needs of Immigration Abfr. LKT: US 011(1 AMZK. Orange. Land It a Baroatn.

I" : reform legislation, and the direction it shall We arc pleased to sec that some of the The Commissioner of Land and Immigration .\ valuable tract of :110: acres: of hammockland OrangeLake

A YKAlt;J0 F&tl SIX MOUTHS.In take. counties arc responding\ to the suggestionsof we hear, is anxious for the establishment with wild orange salve. 1 ur' 011}particulars
.orJ.___ t the Commissioner: and are of an agricultural society in each fur sale 1 at 11 bargain) .' .
--- -- 'fhe vegetable business! is: daily increasing organizing n. H. } .\tR \NK8"
in the State, address
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i, ocal Reflection over the Transit Road, 5,000() crates having: county immigration societies-notably the can exist, and all {parts of the .\ 188 1-.'t __FcrnllHhnlpriI2 \

been received nt import and forwarded, to middle ('Ollllli's-T.CIJII leading olFwith !some! State be fully and truthfully represented!:

; The work of raising the elevation of the market during the past week, and probably ) of !her best citizens, and propose to issue a through Its own people. No other means Private School,

; Amelia light-house is proceeding favorably. pamphlet, etc., at once. Sumtcr f is also could be more effective than this. There- Alexander, will opal a pcrma- t
f an equal quantity was transferred! fore, we that such be formedin Mr. Jt. I K.: | .
I Thomas F. flack, Esq.; ) was confirmed as at Baldwin and Callahan to go I by other work, and will soon have (publications out. this city.suggest We hope\ the a citizens will\ not neat private school ill. the I solicits B'I\Ilbt! a church generous' on

collector of customs for the port of St. Ma routes. From this point the facilities of No better time than! now to make Florida let this suggestion pass unnoticed-It I is: of the KJtli of May, and I Terms iiucral.

I rys, Ga., on the 4th. transportation i to Northern markets arc by known ; 1111 belt r 111111) for each sc'tion.to far men more engaged Importance\ ] in: agriculture than: ever should before. While Miaref Apply at public the school patronage.: room between; the hour '.'
I We hope the work of improving the shell< Mftllory's line of steamships to New York lake active measures: to attract immigrantsfrom ( all classes; may be represented in it and of 14 a. m. and 1 p. in.FKUXVMIXA .

It 1 road to the bench will /soon begin. The dry weekly, and by the steamer City of Hridycton{: I the! United :States: the! Canadas and through it ; its object being the advancement May 8, 188l-8 at.Notice

; ; t weather is as injurious as the fall rains were and Florida to Savannah daily, nnd by the abroad.specially.! (!rent Britain. As an instance of of agricultural interests and the inducement 10' 'Tax-Ittycl'S.I k
fl f M) The movement of vegetables during the steam-packet! : City Point weekly to Charles!!- of the coming exodus: we give some It I is essential that we organize if alone for u/lllloW rawly: I t to receive tax returns for : i

,c a !, past week has been quite heavy through ton. extracts from a letter l'el'cvcll'l'CI'IIt1r! from the purpose of furnishing our county statbtic.l the preseiltyear. ]Blankreturnswill: \ be furnished -

'. I this port. On Wednesday the steamer\ Florida ---- -- Kngland: : ; to the Commissioner. ,relt't county, at my otllec over (fi. :Stark's; store, corner '
Y' t Cargo of Steamship City of Dallas desire liberal and truthful Centre and :Secom treet.1.
I; I'\I": May 5, lsyl| ; 1. of : :."
; took on one thousand crates. 20th 100 the that is be thrown broadcast ) 11'11 J. H. n.\lH.\'iO.: ;'
For New York May } 1881 : ) cases 8"11I11Jtirl"lIIt'II, Ay't Itiircnn of Inniuij'n. pamplet to -
J I On Thursday we counted in our harbor cedar ; 81 barrels spirits ; 30G barrels rosin ; Ih1t'lilt) / : I hope shortly to take passage: over the land. We do not desire the FmSSIIISlar'Ja: 10, 1881-tf ,'if.

..; J two steamships, !seven' barks and nine 11 bales moss ; 1 bale wool ; 27 tons car with my wife and settle down somewhere brought merits of prominently probably( an forward inferior while county nothing

in Florida.
Numerous friends
: propose to do Xotlcc.
a, l schooners, in all eighteen vessels, besides wheels; 212 barrels vegetables ; !1)1; crates the same. I will hut u geographical: description is given l'fUt-UIPce
My own object be
to get a {) ".
j 1 i !small crafts. The harbor looked! very lively vegetables ; 42 barrels rice ; .".fl!'J packages merchandise. hoiHo nail bit of land, and live on its pro- its We are prone to shift the sin of neglect Office}(' Hour*From 8:00:( A. M.t Letters to flKT: from! M. i
Order and Ucgistercd:
our shoulders of another Money !
4 duce. our own to those ,
R; The beach is strewed with wreckage from 1:00) m'I.. and from 12:00: m'. M.
and 8-00 to : ;
heretofore Immigration A. M.
the Commissioner of :
The main :
_..__._ difficulty will be it
yx :t the Cily of AMin, although/ !she! seems to llesterLTexas- to get a roof over our heads appears: ; once tome was sadly and unjustly !abused for to 3:30: J'. M. :Sundays; 10:30: to 11:30: A. M.'I,

'J 'J still maintain her position, and has one of Cargo of Steamship housed: 1 think my pension of-will enable that which was impossible" for Liam to do- AHKtVAI. ANI DEPMlTfUE: OF THE MAILS.Sorthrrn I. ?:

: i her masts standing erect and defiant to the From Fcrnandina for New York, May 13th: us to exit until I ('anther! something to represent) counties fully when their own M' "it-Arrives daily at 10:25: A. M.

m 1s j winds and wl1ves.t. 1881 : 2,032 crates vegetables ; 1 II 12 barrels lo Cilt. The map in your )pamphlet on citizens 'failed to furnish (him, the important\ Clones:' It 5:00: p. M. i

N. vegetables ; 370 barrels. rosin ; 110 boxes cedar Florida is the bctt to he had here-that\ miserable statistical basis. This is one of the main Extra l/ai/- E!
t. Our city Ice-house, we I learn, I is well three-shilling affair of the best features of the organizations, and the urgency For points north of Savannah I
1X5; barrels spirits turpentine 1KO bales geographers \
; ; Flocked with ice of the best quality. Mr. ; ; ) here I is not half so good !-but 1 can- of immediate action: will be plainly only I clones I : A. M. ,
+ I tt{ t hides ; 3 bales wool ; fI 5 hogsheads sugar, not get tine.National Steamship Company, seen. We name, b)' request, Saturday, the Ctdar Key and Transit llallroadArrives -
to it that there is
Bauknight always
sees no and 150! various packages.Quick who lent it to me, to sell it at any price.; 21st inst., as the day for all engaged in the 40: ( r. M.

'U f deficiency In this now very necessary article -- Will you kindly send me a half dozen, and agricultural and industrial branches, and Closes: *'.*:> '*. M-

tr fI!! of general consumption! Transportation.As I will send postage and expenses feeling an interest in our material development West Florida :
t; The Old<< Country I is rapidly going to the to meet and organize a socity.'c Arrives. 4:00: r. M. :,
'f As the new city government is now tin notable evidence: of the effected trust when the :
a changes dogs, and the tide of emigration, now a good organization )perfected, a Closes 5-W: J'. vJarboHviUc J I
r!'I established fact, we ]hope to sec a system!! of by the extension of the Peninsular dribble, will, in a few months, l>u tremendous. committee will\ at once be appointed to furnish and :::;7. Johns liivcr

't improvement inaugurated which will putt Railroad to Ocala, we are informed that England's; day is: over ; it will dwindle into the Commissioner the necessaryinfor Arrives.10'A: .\o[. 5:00: r. M.

rt fl., our streets in good order and look to the five car loads of freight from New York on a" 1tort of the world." mation f:. )(irler.concerning our 'ollnt-.nkl' City Closes:; : p. M. 5:00: r. M.tft. '1
Hoping before fall (or, at any rate, Xmas,) _. Miru't and 7)'1Itrr'ill dlailArrives '
l sanitary condition of our city the 13th inst. the --- --- -.- .-- '
by (steamship City
Ii Mallory to call at your olllcc and thank you in person : Tuesdays: and Fridays at 2:30: r. N. t
1'" f Iii;: !I McGinniss &. Kawson have established a of Dallas, was received in Ocala on the 18th, I remain, lion. ./. ..1[. Maker. Closes Monday's and Thursdays!' at 8:00: A. M. i

\;. ; daily omnibus line to the beach, remaining in just! five days from New York. Yours, very truly, Judge. 31 1. Baker, of the Fourth Judicial tit. Manfs, Ga., only-
iF II. O. W. Circuit, is winning golden opinions. The Arrives :Mondays and Thursdays at 8:00:: A. )Iff ,
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,' one hour and returning, at a very moderate The writer of the above letter is one of a court for this county is now in session andit Tuesdays: and 1 Fridays at 2:30: r. M.
? : f round-trip ticket. The beach drive is very Vegetables.Accorhng class is very (gratifying to see the celerity with Wedn'sdaysandSat'days: ut9:00: A. M. I
I attractive these warm afternoons. : to !special' dispatches to the Ifa- large in England, who, intelligent and which !business:;: transacted under the new Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays,

ion, received yesterday:! ] Florida vegetableswere willing to work, finds no present or future regime. The rand jury for instance! adjourned Fridays and :Saturdays at 2:30: r. M.SMI .
I" The company which has been formed for it Boston and follows encouragement to remain in the land of his after sitting! only ten .days a circumstance ,. T. RIDDELL:: I' )[. .:

,{ : t improvement of the shell road and erecting selling Chicago as birth, and art seeking information as to I that has not oecured for several years!! .. ._ -- \
: previously.: Judge linker firmly, yet courteously "
1, / hotel and bathing accommodations at the X.h'.rU"uu'n'H." .
Boston (reported by ,1. L. Chamberlin .tCo. where they shall make their new home' refuses to permit tedious arguments -
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f beach aro perfecting their plans! with the expectation .)-Tomatoes $3: to $5 crate encumbers Such immigrants are most desirable, for upon points long settled, and nips much ] :
1 per ; SIM-SI: iiousi,
: ql of carrying them into effect at an they at once become intelligent citizens, and windy! eloquence, as well as gratuitous displays : i i
1'1'I \ I curly day. $3 to $5 per crate ; good beans, $1.50 to of dull erudition. His style of management High; Point, Cumberland: I Maud, Georgia.W. : .
t to $2 per crate. There is: no demand for readily with our public socially is decidedly acceptable to the tax- II

:. ',1( 1 1 i, The steamer Gtorgea will take the place of Hqlla heR. and help to build up our State in the present pavers. It is said that several thousands: of I K.: lU'NKLKY: : ; l'Jtol.JtIl 1'OIt. '
;' t t ,I the Flora on the St. Mary's route, while the nod future dollars will be saved to the county this year I I'I

: I Flora is undergoing repairs Captain Kich- Chicago (reported by C. If. Weaver Co.)- in the shape of court expenses.: H" II. It., Board: : per day: $1 1.51)I : )per week. $;,(It"". i

'J" I t Cucumbers, large, 40 cents ; potatoes !$s per Tore Schedule of Travel.A in Sai-nnnti/i:> AVic This resort, cannot be !surpassed: I for
; I.t ardson thoroughly understands the duck "
s importance barrel ; tomatoes:', $7 }per crate new time card went into flirt May( ing; and snrl=) athing. Bear, deer, ,
m of( ]his trim little \
keeping steamer in
i M.IK1XE. and all kinds of" fi-hin
1 -- -- --- )plover, any quantity. ;
(!th on the Transit, Peninsular: and )"l'tIlall' :m
; perfect order and equipment. Jlar It can be reached by, !steamer or sail buat.
,'; ding .t: Jacksonville: Kail roads by which lt>rt of 1'ernandlna. --- -. ,L
I'r r 11'ocall nttentiontotheresidemt'post- FUk United States in -
Yacht to Let. ,
trains: will leave! dailyexcept Sundays, as IIIGII W.VTKlt.: I
notice By the kindness of \Ir. Kiddell, an charge of the works for improvement of liE safe and] commodious Yacht NICY. :-
... follows : Saturday, May :21...... 4:12: : ,\. M. 4:31:: r''r. 1' }
eastern mail for points north of Savannah Cumberland Sound/ entrance, paid a visit of TIMNMT: I\II.UOMI.. Sunday, 22..1: 1 ,1:53": Captain O. n. Darling, can be chartered
: has been secured, which closes) nt 10 n. m. inspection yesterday (to the initial point of Leave: Fcrmutdimi for Cedar Key at !9> a. Monday, 23!:I...... l( :lI.j" iOO": pleasure I Bakes; at parties Kings; nt Bay reasonable a specialty.rates. Oyster -

'Ii and leaves Jacksonville by the night train work on Cumberland bland. Tuesday, :24...... 0H: 7:57: ""
111. ; Calhihan' 10:52: a. tit. ; Baldwin at 12:! ; ., For particulars, apply to Major Suhrer,
25?: ...... ix"! 8:18!
to Savannah, thus twelve hours. The contractors have erected substantial Wednesday. : :: : Mansion. House, or J. W.
.. Tholllpsonl:1pcn-
11 : :Starkeat; 1:33: in. Waldo at 2:31! : in. It '
: 1' ; : )p i ; Thursday, 20 i...... 8:03: : !)::3G House
; ,.t The weather has been exceedingly dry for wharf and comfortable quarters for their (laincsvilleat t :3:30::: \p; m. ; ariiveutCcdurKeyat : Friday, :27..... ::ji" 10:21: .t cer : St. Mary's CAIT.,O.or (address I i. DAKLINd: 14"

some time throughout East .Florida, and ellll'to p )'E.:4. They have a force already em-( I (15:55: p p. in. Returning, leave Cedar I\l''l\t: 15-13t: :St.; Mary's. Oa. ,,'

I rain I N much needed.] With (the exceptionof ployl\\IltI soon }begin, the laying downof /5:30::: a. m. ; (Jaimvsville at 0:3.11\: in. ; "'ullout \ KXTKRKH.: ---. -- -- .

\' a few wllrlllla\'II, there has been little to matresses. A vessel loaded: with stone lon::: 1\. m. ; :Starke: at 11:11: II, iii. ; Baldwin May Philadelphia.11-Seh. lamina. 1'. Warren, Johnson Jolt SAM: i

t complain of in the' way of heat ; in fact, the for the work is now due The work will follow at 1:10.: p. 11\. ; Callahan at :2:22: p. m. ; May, 14-S. I'. Florida, Usina, Savannah. Jlive 4 DKSIKABLK:: with: HOUSK! Closets: CONTAINING ,
rooms, Piazza
heat has been greater in portions of the the line of Pelican Shoal, extending 1 arrive at Fernandina 4:0t: \> )p. 11). May 15-S. 1'. City of( Bridgeton, Fitzgerald large Yard, Orange, Lemon: and BananaTrees. t
'I i
1 )
North t than here south 01; cast The season is now favorable Savannah. : .
I'J:: J ! (1(5() S. P. Florida Usina, Savannah
May ,
". for the work, and.! we trust that it will be Leave Waldo at 2:15: III., and urdlit For further particulars, inquire at lhi'o
I The Sea I Island Route, running daily JirstI )p. limy 17-Sell. Anita, Small, Philadelphia. office. 4-tf _

I .1 class steamers to Savannah from this point, pushed! forward by the contractors rapidly 0"11lit 7:00:( p. m. ; leave Oahutt ft.1l1.: m., May>' 17-S. 1' City of llridgeton; Fit'r.gcral,1. -.--.- .-- -- ,

I ts a very popular route Leaving Jacksonvillcat and arrive nt "'11\110\ at 10:15: u. m. :Savannah.Mav Xotiw to City Tax-i'uycrs. 4 ,
; A Library and Heading lloom. 17-/S. S. City of )Dallas, Risk: New
v L 3 p. m., lllll'\'rnaIHlillaat5:30p'-IIl.1 : "' :ItSSI'ISU J VCKfOX VI I.1.K: Ii:.VI MtOAD.. York. I AM now ready to receive the taxes on t t
The establishment of
'{ the traveler f finds: himself in Savannah at a public library and Leave }Fernandina 11:10: a. m., and 5:30p. : May 17-S. 1'. City Point Creaser, Charles real and personal property\ assessed for i
I.t reading room is ft subject which should oc time 180/ for the of J
breakfast time, ready for rail or steamships.! 1I1.lIrrl\.itl at Jacksonville: at l'iOl.: ) m.ai'd ton. year City Fernandina. ,
cupy the attention of our citi/ens. We have at :May 18!-:':. P. "Florida, U.-ina, Savannah. All property on which the taxes remain' j
& ", The City of Dallas arrived from New York men in our city engaged in 7:35)1.111.: ) ; leave Jacksonville: 8:20: a. May IS-:Sdi. A. 1' Nowell, Lank, Philadelphia. unpaid on June 1st. 18S1\ I. will be: advertised \
many young
with Iit. and! 3:10: )p. m., arriving at Fernandina and !sold. Those who have paid for 1880' I';
on Tuesday freight nnd l p i'n !4ellgcl'4. various walks of life to whom the ,;
The portion of her freight for Jacksonville advantages 10:25: a. t1). and 4:50: ; p. tit. On :Sunday onlyone May\ lit-S. 1' City of Bridge-ton, Fitzgerald will )please present their receipts.
'r of a well-selected library would lie of train will bo run, )leaving Jacksonville S'avannah.May W.COTT: 1
i and St. Johns rh'erWf promptly forwarded incalculable benefit, and a reading ruomuttudle.l lii--Sch.W.' U. )Drury, Bond, (Charles- 20-4 Tax Collector Nassau County. a
i 0:00( at Fernandina 10:35a.m. : l. I
tho Fcrnnndimi at : a. in., arriving : -
by Jacksonville Hnilroad.J "
to it would be of value in
She: left on Friday'Withi n considerable number with our increasing number ofsulll1l&'r connection ; returning leaves Fernandina at 5:30: ton.May[ 1! -Sch. C. W. May, Davis: New J. IT. IItI:SC'l"r. b yj
of 1'.111., and arrive at Jacksonvilleat7:05p.: in.
passengers.The and winter visitors. -- May 1!)-:Seh. 1 K. H. Potter, Sharer, New I -

i Palatka Journal now issues: a new We would suggest the formation by our List of Letters York: V
h4 May 1!>-Sch. W. 1I.el': Weeks; New ;
publication called the Mondni/ Krrnlug Jour young men of a library association: the Remaining in the Post-OIHcc Fernamli York. Style, Fit, ,,;

,' nal. The introduction says they expect soon payment of quarterly dues to bo appropriated na, Nassau county, Fla., May W. l.xjjl.! Persons (LEA RET ,

:} 1;, to issue it as a daily, being fully convinced ( the expense: of the maintenance of a !' ; : calling: for these letters mu. tsay advertised May 13: -:S.: P. Cityof Bridgeton, Fitzger t Comfort, 44 t t

'H i that a daily paper will be demanded there library fund, to be devoted to the purchaso FebrenbachWMitchell. all Savannah. AMI f

tl'' !j tho coming; winter to meet the requirementsof of valuable hooks.11 that is really necessary Brown, HenryCrandcll, John 11'illisChristopher : May 14-S. 1'. Florida, Usina, Savannah
U Sch. W. H. Jones
May Falkenberg,
r, IT'I f this rapidly (growing!: city. I is for some one to make a move I in the M J McCree, Jordan New York. Durability.incrouMMl j'.j

,l i f Tho City faint made her first! appearance matter. The power of association: in such )Dow Davis, ,fieorge JosephDavis. : Q Morris Jhu'chel, Mrs, ,William Til I May 10-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald J

t. this season in our port on Wednesday, and matters Is wonderful. The combined action ) Marv K Nicholson, W H Savannah.
Hi Sch. El: wood Doran
Iff F l !ii 1 !left on Thursday morning We learn that of all our young men would ensure Dalton, It ft; Neare, Mrs Charles: Philadelphia.May -! Warrinpton, J:' tF

I ;jt 1 she will make a weekly round trip from success. Honorary membership among the Dalton, II n i Neare, Jane K: May 17-:S. P. Florida, Uina, Savannah II ,

t1 tl 4't Charleston to Palatka tin Fernandina andJacksonville. older citizens would be accepted with a corresponding Davis)Dalton, James, 1IC(I M I Styles Roberts' Henry J U I aid.May Savannah.May' 18-S. I'. City of Bridgeton, Fitzger-I

r She has been interest and },en'litlId /Smith Francis I i
thoroughly repaired many Edwards: Charlotte. .
: '
10! -:Seh. Elias Moore. l U-wi Haiti. :
::;. and newly painted], and presents Grangers take pleasure in contributing polder, Maggie Snow, Peter Y more.

:t ;;; fine appearance.: to its resources. The expense of beginning irant, SCOibbs Sautes!, J STyler May 1 11-!) S. P. Florida, Tsina, Savannah. laving; largely my
l K: MThomas
'cj ; t? A Sunday school festival was held at Lyceum such an enterprise need not be great.A fiarvin, J, O S AHutchcnson EdwardWilkeron ; ton.May 20'-S. 1'. City Point, Creascr,Charles stock of Foot-uiMir, in both tine ;

;,f f .,i : Hall on Thursday evening. The children matter of the first importance Is to secure I T M \11I\tI'n'uo HcnrvWillard H F :May 2t---S.( p. City of )Bridgeton, Fitzgerald and medium I grade, I am enabled -'

'i 'I seemed to a suitable pleasant: room, centrally .situated, Hutchinson, Benj Savannah.. I
,: thoroughly enjoy tho
occasion Hucklcss, George \ !, CDWilliams. i to plaice before mj eustom, .. 1:
: : I and the pleasure given to the parents which should be made attractive and be Johnson, Jako John (' ix POUT. ,

I : If and friends was quite as great. There seems neatly furnished and! arranged The- newspaper Johnson, Margaret White, Sallie S. S. 'ily of )Dallas: Ki.sk.S. errs u ery large UMMortnieiitIloot.s 0.- 1 :''

''I t ) I to be something particularly favorable in files could be obi-lined at a small expense. Ja"I'.aurer Wilson\ Tome 1'. City of Bridgcton, Fitzgerald. mid Shoes made by the t J.
i Johnson, DorcasKyscr. Webster, Everett S. I' City Point, Creaser.:
our climate and surroundings\ fur promoting Many persons! would be glad to Joseph "'i\\'eH1, 1,0111"1\ Bark :Morgen inner, Gundersou. most competent and Skilled Ir

tt: ;} end successfully carrying out festival! occa- start the library as a book club We will Young, I/adra. Hark /Supmcich, Meyer.Bark [ workmen. Tbene' Good {

; t slons. take pleasure in calling a meeting if someone S.tM'1.'F. HWIJELL. I' M. Guiding; Star, Wooden. werepurrhawed ,

l F ; .. will take the initiative. Hark J. A. Brown, Gregory.Bark for CASH, Hud are !,
,Iq We learn that the &Beach Hotel project JHed, lrsko, Harlin.! only '
--- :
) t f' f 1 is assuming definite form. The hotel accommodations lussenger Lltt Friend after friend departs I Brig Manson: Stubbs. the sume t :

J will be made quite Who has not lost a friend?" Schooner Lizzie Wilson, Wilson. eonimodity. T"I"'fIll", be deem.ed .
: ample) From 'New York to .'ernanelinalar: 17 : Schooner Samuel :McManing, Reeves I .
j t if 1 JU: and commodious\ although, probably, only J. Wicks, wife and four children, M. I. Died in this city on the 18th lust., C. ]hen Schooner Anna Bell, Connery. a pleasure after weeing, esu..h.hlJ :
: '' neat and plain. mile J..a.'lSereount'St! on of :Mr. and :Mrs Sch aI".Il'arrenJohnson I 1 ;f
J. Inquiries are already being 2rtl tOilS ;, and
i Wood and wife, Miss 1.. O. French, O. M. learning at what \
made as to procuring rooms, etc. "'0 have Charles LasscVe, aged five years, six: months Sch. Anita Small, 404 tons. \ :
Harbour, J. O. Devine, J. ('. McDonald, A.. Sch. A. I' Nuw lI. Ixnk? 241 tons. evtremely low price these '
i.IJ"; t this bereaved family I !
; it will and eleven Again
no a We notice days.
prove success
Walters, J. H.: Stougliton' K.: Pratt, W. (L Sch. E. II I'lUt'r.Shurer. 34'J tons. I Goods are offered.
two ice-cream establishments\ has been vMted by the of ;
j ; already set upIi't Dennett messenger Sch. W. }.. Lee Weeks. t
I on Centre street to uccu0uutitlalelheexpect.eti heath Not more than a year ago the fatherof Sch. "'. H. Drury. hood 344 tons : ;1"1'JI mlockFUItNISJII
: )r of
8tenmihll'II of AI//UJ from Jacksonville <; ITM.Mi'sGOODS: .
; rush to the beach :Mr. Ijivero went to his rest in Gal Hut Soh. C.11'. May Davis, :271 tons. i
) t i''I to New York, May 20th : Sch. James Lewis. %(: IN
:" : r + The Sun and fee ably discusses the their spirits, we trust, have returned to Him Sdi A. D. Davis worthy
I : scrip Mrs. C. Child, Jas. 15.: Kariuan, J. It. the attention
,r who dooth all things well, and we should Soh. Elias: Moore I/ewis. of UIONC desiring
t f question, and agrees with us as to its injurious Cooper and wife, Mrs! II. 1.. Howell, Mrs A.F. I ,.
(j j 1' and bow in humble submission to Ills holy will. Total Steamship!! 1 fine Good. +1
impracticable character It sees, lUount. Missfireene.J. K.: Scholl I). K.: Total) Steam Packets\: :2 ,
Dear little Bennie has gone, to rest,
'il however but two methods of reducing ex Thomas, Mr. Burnett, Mr. Brigham, Miss With his l loving smiles and eyes so bright. Total Bks. and UI'r..rc.i Jj" Orders left to my election L

t' penses-that diminishing salaries of the Delia rouse, and eight steerage.Froita He has sought the home of the blest) I Total Schooners! 13 I will r..r..he.ar..t.. '

executive and judicial departments (why Fernamlina to New York : And i Is hidden forever from our ight. t I ... and prompt s

not the legislative: ?) and an increased valuation. Hev. V. L. Hugon: P. II. Thompson, Mrs. Through the rln'un'llay Total t 22 : attention. I L1

'We are pleased to see these questions Gen Taylor and two children, Aaron Smith, There iiftciUMincdsome: glorious! light:: to mite Plano Instruction J H.

discussed by the press, and we have no doubt Oeo. S. Harrington, 0.1'. Ilathewayaudone \\' cannot feel their touch, their faces" bee, Miss Baltzell will give instruction uii 1'iauuForte PRESCOTT,
l Yet our anal| whispers they do come to me, }
( but that a comparison of views will lead tot steerage. I Jl leaven i U not far away-. i Address} through !i'o t-omt't' 4-3f\! rernandllIu Fla.


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