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: June 4, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00054505:00119
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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) :: ';; ; III. FK11NANDINA FLA. SATURDAY, JUNE 4 I 1 1881. NO. 28.ii. .

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:,';' s7.171.xrn's. or thereabouts;, a separate Supreme Court cUe:' and/ that at be-t 1 be would have to wait\ 1I.l:0.1I'' ."Ol'l"i, \1111',11:1": established a railroad depot uar'

"";,\ :," -- was. established, the justicesof which receive seven or ten\ years: before, receiving any considerable Ocala, and Franknhuy Harris. i j" n* proud of
Mr. .1. P.:. I Ingrahanpresi.lentoPlheSoulh" ) : it as a hoy with his' I first I boot*--Tum/wt; /' fri,
J the circuit income, f'llllhi not
Colu/llbla. the same pay a* judges.In !! prove ; basingsulllclent
".ti', I Florida I l Kallroad l I 0)11I)1:111)I'l't) : II 1'111.,1 ( n1Vemiles41.ty l>"" 11I'.
'/ .,Jf SCMMLH: 1tlYOars.-ln the Interest of a trueeconomy 18511, bo\ve\er, the salary of !both elates money II) atVord this heavy fertilizing () t
from a t two or three weeks nbsenco ,- trtleighhorstr'kesitright.\ &Coutrar.v
i.i.1fJ we arc induced to again; call theiittention was made $:!..">. Under the /present constitution process nor IClI find) hilll"rlfllll,1 family, the
opinions of vvisencic such
to Washington, Philadelphia: New- as the InIIHII
"J.(1f of our citizens who feel compcllci the salary of the chief justice was while waiting on the grove ; his land tor
? editor Frunkahu/ ,
York and Uoston: While absent he predicted that the
.';: .. "summer it" somewhere, to n fact originally Iha..l\t !?I-W and that of the associate poor to produce provisions'" nnd, no range for pur-
.;.' vhnM'd: thirty-pound iron\ to replace the !sixteenpound Peninsular 1 :: : Kail road: would bo the .'flj! t to
touched upon in iin issue: of the !!lfitorttr\A\ justices' at :$!: I.ono( ; the Circuit Court stock, he I is IIl1all.l'11I1Ilclll.1. ( to abandon his reach Ocala! that!,
iron now on the line between ; orange culture wttlt1lcn
=J3S judges received each S.'l.oOo.: In I 1871; the sal- enterprise, and, 1'1I\t1l1 to t1)(' evt'r-hovcring '
"iimnicr.Florida here and) Orlando) : ; bought t two new four Miccoss! mill that Florida would, In time,
Dries were reduced to $::1..H"IIiIi'. ) the SupremeCourt speculator tit a great sacrifice.
-: : possesses, naturally some of the teen-ton locomotives, to be named: the 'C'U.1n11revs" take the lend of all the Southern! state
linest seaside and, interior reports in the and $:!.?>0'Mor( the Circuit I Court judge, I It I is easy to avoid a blunder like this", i if and II. /S. /Sanford" and When. Frankabarst'cmthesethingsbringre

United 1 States! and they can so he made socially lly the same amendment. the salaries of the sutllcientcare i is: taken i in electing location/ material 1 for I two new )passenger coaches, all ali/ed Ihat ho has: so constantly maintained,
cabinet ol1kcrWl're reduced, from ?:.(HH<> to
? and every other way, if our litizcns and, in order to do this u 111\1111I11"(t not forget ready to I beet! up at the shops here, llesaysSeneral ho naturally feels n, proud n I< a boy in his

will for a season or NO lend themselves: : tithe. $:!,IIIIO each. per annum. It will be interesting : that unless'' he has\ much. money to spare (; and : tl'l'. :San ford 1111.110'. 15. :Shelton: first ),0111.". Frnnknhtu; now predicts. Hint

it t I economy ofspending! their tlloney-lhe to state here that Florida's lin-tJo\'t'rllnr. in fertili/ingand Inlprulhughts'.uil Ill' uulst t of Philadelphia, !sailed for Kitrope on the the Peninsular Hailr..all will push. right on

money they spend nhl'oa.l-lt these resorts. (Plo cly,) among his \first messages, iiiMstci choose land which will produce well will lath: hist, lie says! inquiries! about Florida: throughSouth:: / Florida ; that it will be tho

i'' thin enabling the proprietors, 1 levees! etc, that the !lrl'll'lIIof making the Circuit judges little or no n assistance this. kind. In tin almost! overwhelmed.l hi wherever he went.tfiiiilh only road that trill do !so in MUIIO< vcars, nllI I
should be nho1i..hNIlndIhot
of hoteN and spring to improve the accommodations Appellate Court pine land district of western/ I'litnam thcj l-'liir! I and with each season a Chancery or Ipr'nlCoul'l, !should be feed and :.clothe their fa mi. itor.
}k( t pleasures established. This done later. In 1877 comfortably LtKi: l llrstis: ,v Ocvi.v UMI.- bespatters the projectors cannot stop theII

Fcrnandina with her I beautiful I heaeh the first reform legislature was had submittet )lies during tho interval required for the orange UOVD.\ -The incorporators" of the above \railroad (' terprise.-Oenha I:niiit<"r.

tamed as being the finest I upon( the entire to it \ I committee elaborate grove to mature where the orange tree having secured their charier and had The Florida<' :11101 l J. 1'. \ 11 l. railroads
by a special an
,, ; Atlantic (coast with a hotel inferior to lIunc.oohoul.l general reduction III grows thrifty without any fertilizing at all, it recorded! in the three counties through : :are giving to the mill men on those

: he patronized more than it i jam Fer- salaries report recommending, accompanied( a with bills and constitutional and where, when any such aid i is needed for which the road will )probably 1'1111. held :u lines all I the assistance! they ask for such n"

s nandina i is a pleasant place with us social, amendments) covering the whole any purpose) it is obtainable) without expense meeting in :Sanford: lint :Saturday and calleda !sido-tnicks, cars, etc, to transport their lumber.

hospitable( citizens ns you will meet in the subject. The report failed. of adoption by the 11541 of !stock.There ,. meeting for an assessment of twenty percent : This is !suggestive! When our roadtbe -

J, \ world with continuous tine brce/e and chiefly because "outsiders"!' and "insiders' !seems to ilea growing di"' poitioi of the amount subscribed\ to 111I'1'lpl. I Florida Southern- computed( i, it will

drives! and is I eminently entitled to the consideration wanted a C''II"t tlltiunall'OIl\'I'litiol\ among men of large: means: to invest: 111 tal: stock to pay a few fees of advertisingand open up to the. market millions upon millions );

of our citizens desirous of "Mini- nothing else Hut for extremeiews, there largo bodies! of land: for the i pntpose' of engaging other contingent expenses! and to provide ) of tho. very jiant quality of timber. Asthodemand

mering It." There i is Mayport, our progrcss-/ would have been to-day reduction in expenses heavily in orange: culture This is ) for a preliminary survey of the line continues for our Florida. : timber

I Ire sister city's delightful resort. There isSt. so far, at least, as salaries: are con well enough, and is simply matter of bus! !. Prompt) )payment will/ facilitate proceedings.tfoiith : it is evident that the rlllron.l,1111111\'"

:: Augustine.; There i is the White !Sulphur: cerned. ness. Hut the prosperity of any country is Florliltt Joiininl May 2<,'. to reach out for it. The outlet, both, to foreign

Spring, twelve mile1 from our city, famct TvuIKSEK'H: Fi-rrur..-Tallahassee, the indebted to I individual workers! or men ocomparatively 1 learn from entirely reliable :sources that and 1 domestic 1! ports! for the lumber
for its wonderful curative powers, beautifully small means. They become from our road will bo n'f growing and
capital of the [,nod of Flowers," is situated the I PcnsacolaA:: Atlantic: I Railroad I : Company) our
located and delightful bathing. Yet. slake their touts their ..
pioneers ; put up pr.m lerumsit., JII'kl'III1VIIlI'-f'"lntl'lt,-
in ,,1'1111' most fl'rtil'ancJ beautifusections which was chartered at time last session of
r our Floridians prefer to trot oil' to some one cabins, and clear the hinds, and increase: (ddl
the legislature! to construct a line from lime
of tlll' State. 'fhe ! spring in other ,states insignificant: I in size To this 'Ia.'i.'i1' indcbte
( population. ( are ,
the White I try is high and rolling, dolt I'll here and therewith Apalachicola: river, at or near Chuttahoo- ANMiiii.vrtNu Si-v< .:.- Tho, completion ottho
when to ,
and quality compared than I for in fruit
more other our success
magnificent lakc.s of and crystal any dice, to IVnsacola, has been fully organized Peninsular Kailroad to Ocala has shortened .
Sulphur Spring ami spend their !spans) money pure and vegetable growing Hard: working, intelligcnt I
water stocked with tine li'h and I softslidturtle. and is (prepared to commence operations.Colonel ) ) the distance between it nnd the but
(and 1 receive! less: value upon the investment : who coined) Florida, have Invariably -
road. fields with their rich harvestsof IIIl'lI. C Fred de Funiak is president I I I. nnd once of the world almost' beyond rcalialion. -
another state than
) in building up been !successful. The climate\ i is
grain, cotton ami fruits greet the eye on Captain W. 1 II>. Chipley vice-president and Formerly n poison leaving Ocala goIng -
individualswill .
nlotill these self-same
f8 ours.! \ : agreeable, and, as a general thing, their famiiicsgrow'uphcnlthy
come back after theirsummerof oxpensive nil !sides, and the beauty of the surroundings Thom.4muil.4Ill'yuuug, general superintendent of tho company.Captain ( North would have to go by stage, over a

: are still more intinsififd: by clumps of Cbipley, has recently resigned 1 Illspositron miserable road, to (;UIIIl' \'I"l', wasting fourteen
pleasurennd: harp upon pn1illeall'eon- who in stores
men are si-eking; occupation: of the Mobile it I I ho'irson time I trip else, make, tedious i
fine forest! fringed, netted and bordera us superintendent I or a
for the months. Such:; is
omy ensuing eight nnd places of this I kind, have been 11111'01'111Imlc -
with millions of lovely wild flowers! enlivening Montgomery and Selmannd. the Pine Apple !! and tortuous journey down the Ocklnwnh.i -
life !-/.rr.. ill not being raised to work. A gust.//
the scene and tilling; the air with the divisions of tin Louisville Nashville 1 syste'in. river-!sometimes waiting over at Silver
X.CON.At farming boy is worth his weight in gold,
fragrance of their rich perfumes causing: tin now in order to give his entire (time t to the Spring several I days for a boat. A person
and it is that he has been raised t to
the regular meeting of the l Leon County beholder to involuntarily l.xdllilll.co is a blessing construction of' the IVns.-icola: A .\tlallilerllllil' can now breakfast in Ocala and WUkl111p the

Farmers' Club held on Friday 1:11, time truly the Land of Flowers." The grand old till the soil, or make hi"living; III some mechanical next morning in Charleston. Atsi.x o'clockin !

lilh[ i iust., the cornMjndcnce| between the hull of Mexico with its wealth of !sponges branch of business.. The prolessions The company just organized has made the afternoon arc leading the Savannah

secretary and Commissioner of the State llu- and fishes, rolls only eighteen miles away, ate! full :overdone"; but tim,- man (If !such Iillalll'ialnrl'lIl1gl"lIIl'III"'II" will enableit AVii'tf that went to press! nt 11 o'clock the

reau of Immigration; which was: l published fanning the capital city with its balingbrcee's work in the field, or at tllIl"'lIdl.I'lIlIl1lways to complete the construction of the road night before and the Jacksonville I'HWH

in the Fluridtan of May :3d, was taken up making her one of the plcas.mtcsland remunerative employment, and by his without delay. printed I he same morning i We can spend\!

1II1f111i.clI""e.lllt length\ and a co0uoittee of healthiest: resorts! in the world for In- economy Ulld11,111..11'3'/ twill not only become The survey commenced at IVnsacola two the :Sabbath': in (Ocala leave tho next day for

seven were appointed to take into con- idcration \'1111,1"i11l'I'/ nature has endowed her with a good livi-r but will gi c-Irj.-h.-.I'"tI.II t Fir r- weeks since, and l tho "survey of tho eastern New York, slay there u day" and be back intlmo

and report at the next meeting of the a lavish hand, none of the finishing' I ; touches nli end,I. from (Chll' It II hoodll'l', w'ill commenced to spend tho next Sabbath) nt home

club, to be held on Friday next the loth of art are needed to rank her as queen 01' ..St.om*. in a few:days It Is expected) that contracts with our families: Tho samendvnntagesaic.given !

inst.! the best method of inviting immigration beautiful cities Let us! arise from time I KipVan Tlio splendid( Ictttu\ which /form. simpottiint < will be let out within sixty days I. and the( us in the way of freights. Goods leaving

to Leon county and of furthering the ;I Winkle "slumber that has'' wrapl'.luurl'ily an element in the delightful climate work of construction' pushed forward. as rapidly Xew York! by steamer to Fermindinu

purposes of the JSurcau l. as expressed: :. in the for "sixteen years, and join. in oim'\ long) we enjoy, has been particularly: refreshing as possibleIt : i. reach Ol'nllL1I1 the fifth day after shipment,

abnyc-\tnentiuned correspondence. The committee steady, united and determined pull, and i during the long dry spell' we have is peeled that while labor\ Italianperhaps The following telegram willllllOw Hint this

held a meeting yesterday:. morning, Tallahassee wllllllo\'e off in the !line of progress experienced this: spring, ami demonstrates will be employed( on tin; construction. I Is no inert! statement :

and after thorough deliberation and, discussion at a rate that will astound:. the old the extraordinary sal: d.rity of this, portioi. l\perienoo! ( has taught tho contractors FiatNvsniNA\ (FI.A., May IN, LSSIMrimrs

of several plans proposed: adopted croaker who stands: with his hands in his! of the /State, even under tho most intense on similar: works III other )parts of the Stale /:. IT. Aynew (!o., hula :

resolution recommending the club to publish pockets grasping! his dollars: crying, '1'111- rays of the sun; in the absence of rain for a that negro/ labor is unreliable and l unsatisfactory. Two car-loads: freight will reach Ocala tonight .

an illustrative descriptive pamphlet of lahassee is dead dead dead ; there is no life period of several weeks To those who are /11011111'141111\11/ work !llIlbfh.iHIIIII-: live days' run from New York to Ocala. -
Leon of not less than 5XN) I How will that do time?
copies f.lt
; here, and I am going where there I is bo's ambition in that direction and.
some sweltering in the "suffocating' : climate of the as :soon' I"'. II. Pvi-v
and. also recommended plans for
enterprise," etc, etc., while his ('ronkillgs arc middle and western portions of tin :Slate: wt as he can jingle a few dollars they burn a
reliable matter for said pamphlet and for the freight charges to have
doing more to drive oil' !settlers stifle enterprise would extend a cordial sympathy, and suggest hole through his pocket. When the thirty \hil\ 01/11/
securing the necessary! funds to accomplish never been excessive! the failure of Hut I honk
nnd clog the wheels of progress than a simultaneous immigration to a cooler days have expired) it i is absolutely essential
the purpose.: In this connection it was stated all other causes: combined.-haul of Fluterx and more health-giving atmosphere, St. Augustine ( but Sambo; should' (have a holiday antfroth / a to make proper COIICtOI' has 1"'l'l veryannoying
at the meeting of the committee that a and I \ pns engr
Ma Hon. for instance, where you vvill I I I find\ nomosqiiitocH and as long as the dollars: hold l out 'exatolll.111 '
prominent citizen had voluntarily promised Ir\'I1110111Il'l denied ns, as tho boat have
: no restless nights from the heat \'IIl'alilllll.tlllIlIlII'1..
to subscribe fifty dollars to said fund This The Catalina do Jesus Hijuclus grant a made it I point to rust directly' nglllst the In
1\ plentyof the finest: fish clams and turtle, Now that I the )i m\s' 'combination of (lie
i is the right way to go to work and it may valuable body of land near Ocala consisting h'I'"IJuf Ocala, notwithstanding)! Ocala fur
and first-class accommodations for salt or Louisvilli! ,\: Nashvillo. system has taken
fairly be expected 1 that long! before the mutter of about 2,700 acres, has )been surveyedinto nl.shed them the crt'ul ofth4earryingtritde.
fresh water Il:1thlll"f Anyitatiuv'rillij.' \\ hold of this enterprise, a )broad gleam of
I is ready for the printer the requisite twenty-five new lots, with thirty feet All I h Ihl"ll.. now at an end, and tribute onrt' ,
hope and! certainty i is thrown over its )pathway.
amount will he made up. The committee streets running at right angles! and thesame J'oluHlo. no longer bo exacted from Ocala by bont-
All the materials\ can reach
will also recommend an assessment! by the has: been staked oil" 1111.11 properly numbered, necessary owners, and bo under no obligation In re-
NEW i-hI\'UXA. April I.-I have 'had many the contractors from thin cast and! west fin .. .
club on its members and other method. of and a plat of it can be seen )hv e-alliiiir on I 'url, 1'1. cunt.I.1.1.. u.stf 41..n; run"! "f.a IUI
inquiries as to the cfl'cit of the ('01.1/111 fruit Jacksonville' IUI.II'I'1I1IIIcolu. and! us soon us
( securing Minus, ami there is little doubt that Mr. John F. Dunn. It will be Phmeedon the overshadowing benefit to our town, and our
trees in Ihl.'icllllt3'. The reports have been the surveyors have located the route, the
the club means business in this! matter, and market and sold at reasonable) prices. Thereis citizens are already. nmn/.od nt the impul' (>
greatly exaggerated. :- uulhofi'alatkatlmere! work can l'rfljrr1I'xl'l'lilioll..I' '. !
that the advantages! of Leon county will be : no better land in t the State, and none in ) has 111 to its growth-(tenlnfanner..
has been no severe injury )by the frost! I The line .selected I will run through the
properly and attractively placed before the the vicinity of Ocala better for The
adapted vegetables Hiinldiiit ''lJJt : ThU week
have the largest roof limes in the county counties of Jackson! Washington, Walton, hays wohave
public. The committee will hold another and It will in hud
orange (pay persons satisfaction of the
seeing Tampa
set in grove: two years since, and most of Holmes, Santa Itosa and! I'Ncumbia: \ thus tll
meeting to-nlorrow morning at 11 o'cloek.J.uridi.m .- search for this class of lands to give it an Peace (Creek and Johns KailrondCompany's
the trees will )be In bloom while It. "
are or soon traversing: the whole of Wst Florida, with
inspection.Ocala li guava uninjured. the exception of Calhoun: county. Short
I We are indebted to the t'turidian for the of )' from hereto Jacksonville.
are coining in as never before. < >oo man; lIarrtlW- UIIl1;; roads can be built, when required survey
j follow" 'ing resume of the salary question : It .\ lUIIUI'OIUto Florida, with his head has purchased !IJ.NIIIIU'tI.** ., and will put I 1'xxi' to furnish facilities' to those portions They have: sjut some time In making tu'w.
will be observed that the officers of the full of the idea of selves familiar with our town, and
executive realizing from tin our coastline
orange acres into oranges' and tho balance in (':ue. ut n distance from tho. main track and such

department (secretary of State, etc.,) grove one (those> sudden fortunes about Several; are putting III lUll) acres, and! anyone outlets the rapid growth ofhut section: will and an, beyond doubt, fully Informed

receive the same salaries as those paid in which he has read in the new!'paiT.( Without putting in less than! 'thirty acres will be soon demand. how to approach our town from every .1.1t.

Florida, but with u large appropriation for stopping to consider the time The location U( time line on which-the road'
laughed at if he call-* it nn orange grove. .\ prosperous future is in Iotorefor the good
rlerk-hire in addition. Xo department ex tierce and quality of land required( to pro And in addition to fruit the cassava and jK-ople of West Florida. Lltllg .have they will IM Iuil will not L decided upon until

cept that of the comptroller's receives any duce such a grove as those which have sold arrow-root (of which I wrote you last summer been' subjected delay disappointment. tl whole survey is completed, and aIIJI -

pay for clerks in this State. In this connection i (for prices so tremendous, coming out with ) Is brought prominently forward as one Jut the sombre clouds are disjN-rsiiig, anj Ilatll as t(. where the road will run, .. sure

it may not be Inappropriate to trace the the one thought! in his head of getting a of the main farm product, and one who bus afar oil they can di.-ccrii) lime signs' of the to pnivo erroneous. It is u great It rIUOI
salaries paid in Florida: The constitutionof piece of ground somewhere and planting to know even mj" much 'has 11'l'1 done, ami
tried it estimates profits us high\ us $IHO> (-oniing progress und i improvement. The
1838 (which, by the way, was adopted or orange trees, he falls into the hands of parties 1't'r afro, which' I can fully endorse from volume of their natural advantages and resources we feel assured there N much more to rapidly
ratified by a "scratch") fixed salaries looking out for such and who follow. Some little delay Las. occurred,
no just
men ,
personal experience( ; und I pron| "*t" to put heretofore almost a sealed book,'
but left the matter to the legislature.! The take advantage of his impetuosity but this rOlll In Tuuqut being tut for from
manage all my land not sit to trees into this crop. A will HOOII "bo .pened for public 'instruction,

State was admitted into the Union in 1845 to about "size his pile" in nettling him Company has beep formed to diain the I arid many who read 'its fascinating pages Iron New being Y/rk. and our ani II'UII I limited.of cOn"unIR.

and from July of that year up to 1K50 the down on a measurably poor piece'of land. Everglades) und the fiifinccrs! went down will find homes within that golden! country able to sensible lengthy-nmhnle) | coplu to bear some

salary of the governor was $1,500 but in 1851 For men of moderate means, western Put- some days oince and lalxircrs! will soon fob fhey \\'lllllfulTIJ in the flood( of immigration of our citUens talk, a* If the gentlemen herepimhingour

an act was passed allowing him $.A.I<)> for Want offers the best inducements. A man of low }Several; million acres of the 'fiix-st" sugar tow wetting MI Mcadily toward this State, railroad work are simply hereto

house rent which made Ills salary equivalent means can afford to purchase fine river land in the world will (be! reclaimed, mend'' and wIIwsIlfeel! till' thevlvifyingihllueiicckof'il a 'large make amount a nhow of of tll.I'.lv. and knbw to waste these

1 to $:.0xj. In 183J another act was fronts on the St. Johns He can afford to be company is paid for the work in hind. ', I energies mind renewed u....pint- kind. Irll'IIlt uwuy! Jllle't'" "AII"'I' at the iir>top

i pa*;ed fixing the Mlary for the incoming enrich the noil' and make it equal to the It ha a charter to open canals from 'Like : tinima. I | > ni I hen, W'11C1' tiiinr,

governor at $:,5x1( to include house! rent. richest lands in the !State; but the other 'iVortli to Indian riser. another to '1i11 heft I It will sun'ly In a glorious day when' Pt-n- they, become 1 is ",(i ", 1 told you s4)."
Immure und brain
After the war, the convention which met in mu"t male a living while his young fruit ndian river with IlilMxiroiigh river, and $NIt'tll and Jacksonville, the thief cities of 'h'r\with the clial' I We Creek connected and

I W;) and framed the constitution of that I trees aretomiugon. Here, timer' Utbeoptnng. to tiMiiMtt Halifax with latallzn .awIH"rtla j the v/c..t und rust, will bit frccurely linked Johns Itailroud < 4iniiaiiy. than ninnv t

year fixed the salary at $.1,("). The constitution (!iu to West I'litnam, where you can with the St. John in-ur the 'bur and l" I together! in iron bonds, each: giving ami receiving mine, and he-causo IhioHtwIio are all intcrc-

of IMS: made the salary $5(1x1, but raise com. can, cotton, nnd everything the. (ireYlguthererhrn. Tbi.. will give inland 1 mutual benefit from he happy union. nl N no in reason this project for .doubting do not publl-.li their ability tberiiM-I either. .

an amendment adopted in 1671 reduced it that the climate and toil will provide. Now, navigation with the ciiitof Augustine, It is. pleasant tl) think that the completion

to $-1.:>:0, at which it HOW stands. The salaries when become* to realize the fact* in the Jae-koonville( and Savannah' arid give safe of the road will "bring the communities wuv.We may (noun the IncJpiency. bad taunt

of the judges of the Circuit Court were (.aMfinds that he will have to- undergo and rjH-e-ly trallltl"rtatll'II.14') the retire east within twenty 'hour travel and )promote 'I in work this in-work. \\V 'k new the "':UI ii oC tbu**,

lin..1 at $:?.(j(%) under the old ront.tltution, enormous tt* fertilize II" U- in it. W. have always lit it
eipen C a t.-HJrfcl/ 't*
.ul.I this |ay continued up to 150. In 1K51 (ore It ,.'iJly-ruw orange tree or anything' ;."" iurelations..-- U'. If. It., (,. ''''''' ?/ II"*. ((b'll".J", TUrd fnne.)

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\ ,, ',J.. Tin: 1:l'JX1A'(1'O111. "Well, that's no end of a bore. Plague: It wns once Ilort the beginning of Ailgift \ was: white as ,Imll nnd shaking Ilo\rj; A moment later and. Colonel breaks Holt I is the wide silence
t t \ \ \ ______ take these gills; with their nervous\ attacks! when I, one bright morning I brut ( un then lie began stammering awake/ us scream after scream
,A r 5 I :.' "No, we are\ not sleepy, mother, Here we've the nuisance: : of dinner, party' expectedly.' received I summons to join his allowed\ logo awaylie "l not well, and so of the night Before door he can I N flung reach the
;! "' See how wide-awako wo seem ; of natives to-morrow, nil to no }purpose! regiment ; 1 court-martial), or sonic duty omi. However, I cut short, and told end of the corridor, the forth and open
\;,., j la I Tell us something sweet to think of, "They mu t have !.('('III1"k'll some time or (equally ,Important, required his presence him if he wanted to go lie must wait till tomorrow wildly, n strcnm of light bursts bare feet, flies! n
I said! Mr*. Holt, mildly;; "but : wandered nbouttho. house likoati little\white robed figure with
> { r Tell us something sweet to dream. other, my dear"! anal that then, if go he would, it
{ I lowlI, ," unquiet spirit after his 1 let arlure, toward biro To hoirorhe "sees' on
j It's very provoking. must! be fur good ; but that, of course, he: hi1
, ;,.' '": ( I I Tell the very sweetest! story And so Miss Kflic /and her wonderful t diamonds At length 1 btipht thought struck her. must stop and do his work to-tiglit, With her face and noes.
;:" .' I That you ever heard 1 or read nre not forthcoming," said her husband .Mother, be the \'crtill1c for that I left him, and') just now I saw him ut I.Idp, help !! she cries ; .he will kill Susan -
\ \ \ And ,'oil'lI see (that ve II remember getting( nII nn' light; ing a cigar, "WlII, my i'l.llt0the Holts. Let me send: a telegram work in the ltllng.tolll, so I !suppose' Ill ,! time
r,.., I Kvery single: word ."nu''elai,]." I'm oil; I think I'll take the dogcart mid to say I will arrive to-morrow. They has recovered '.lio((; to Agnes'w'as nil) hCha,1 to
1\'\, I drive to; the station. No doubt there will he have nlwnys begged me to come nt a 11lent's ;- .How very strange! his! conduct is," said say: hurrying past, us Susan's cries grewfainter
:; t ; t Then I told them of a midnightIn f fish! and other, things to be 1 fetched."' lotke, and I may not be nblc to go firs Hol; it is exactly year ago today and fainter.
f'"f the sauntered out. later ; I into the he threw himself)
, very long ago, And Colonel! Holt ( Oi since last vagary Hushing 1'001
:< When I the sky was full nf angels, On his! return, to ld" great surprise' (", :Simmons :: "llmitthey 3\'eplolle staying with 1111'1," Contrary J: )' to her wont, Mrs. Holt felt some upon Simmons, with whom the! poor woman
(, ;. \ \ I And. from every shining row, himself nut him at the hall dour objected Mrs[ of nn anxious hostess 0" she greeted was !olruJgII bravely having wnltlIa,
" You back again What docs this .Never mind ; they will put me up some her guests that evening, but she was reassured Ihlu injury, to wrest from
I 1 In a voice of heavenly music! mean: ?" how Do let me go." by illlllOn manner, which was nscomposfd'as his a knife, with which he had threatened
", t' Came lovely message/ !given I The man: looked confused, !stammeringout \'eTr11, dear," agreed her mother, usual.! Kliio's life It was Susan's blood that ',.
t ; I For the sake of one sweet baby : rat ( rluclultIi; to oppose nlwi h of obeying: her natural instincts!, was had stained 1 the child's face and hands. '
l ,. i That had come that night, from heaven, I-I-thought, better' ( of it, sir, ami-and Ktlic's \\'U' nn impossibility.! You must 111 Etc, 111 reaching the drwlll "room after Evidently Colonel! Holt had not arrived a
r:i I f -I hope' you will forget what has passed.: take Susmut with you" dinner had been announced, fell to the lot moment too soon on the scene. He cayghmttheammttnierouy :
: Now please tell us just! another, "You mire determined to puzzle me today, .Oh, yes; 11'1 my diamonds," laughed of a shy, red-haired youth, who took her in 111 in the wrlcHllmnn,8!
;:i i I Tell the saddest one you know ; Simmons. I Do) you think you are quite right Kllle. Do) you remember I WII' to havetaken in solemn silence: apparently abashed by eves, and shuddered nt might hl 0
I "t Ami I told of One who suffered, in your head? Have[ you explanation togive them :< year to show Jars Hol[ ? the radiance of her diamonds happened I had he altogether disregarded poorKllie's
'; : And who wandered. to and. fro ; conduct1' She wns so envious of luck I in
good I
) of your strange JO' H- was pleasant, !sociable dinner enough, !story
,/ fi\\ I f Doing! good to all around Him, None, sir," was the answer, in low tones.; ing them left to me' ; 'a like you,' I remember all went I well, to Mrs.[ Holt's: secret re "Youlllain, yon "- he began ; but the
j I 1 "Now, what on earth would be the proper she said.' lief. She gave a sigh of satisfaction olrl'ach.ing words died away on his lips asthepoor cr'a-
t, I' t Without! fear, or sin or pride ; do I wonder! ?" thouzht Colonel Mrs. Perceval ) to lied that nil struggling'violently in Ids grasp, uttered
'if. f) ; 1 1hcssimm! who most ill-used ]Him, thing : rejoiced remembrance the drawing-room, feeling: now that nildanger lure
didn't hate trouble much, of the shock her and fell back-dead !
1 t : ; For whose sake at last lie died Holt. "Oh, II'I I daughter had was over a piercing 8ct'al,
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and the weather were not so hot As it i his, sustained year' ago seemed blotted out of Xl'\1 boon, brighter. or merrier.
t t' ;i I ,' I Now, please! just! one more, dear mother, masterly: inactivity( must! /gain (the day." her lIIil.1. No painful thoughts appearedto As. soon 1'4 halllc 11l'1 fame up, Mrs. Holt per I", llot.T TO MUS, PEIICKVA: l .
I \ 'l'l'lIus now the !strangest/ one," And, withunltanulhcrlnok at the delinquent that lterrllc'll'i"it to tlC Pri IUII'clll'r to sing. She Iwl10n'ly/ voice, "THE: 110HYu u"t 10.
'I I I'' i So: I told them of a journey, lie made the best of his. way upstahrslhticd ory."Well but was usually too shy 1IIIWT'OIt: to )1' n1: Mrs I.ltrJ\'AI."C: were ,
'l ,: On mountain top begun ; Kflle, send off your telegram, (then, form, !strangers.. however, 10'1 Il'l ) relieved to hear arrival,
I I [ .1"f.t l4Ih'', 1.+'63,] but you 1.1 not say your diamonds: wi she !seemed I different creature oil, lot I tutu trust! that under your care her nerves
'1 Through the azurein a body I I "'Ilal can make Klllc so late this morning accompany you," she added, laughing, little to her own Mirpri-e, felt every inclination may, before long} recover from the! dreadful
t ,. ,, Just as here on earth lie trod, of all others, when there I N so u much to I 1 Etc (lew up I tot tie little village post-office, to ('comply' with the tl"I"lst'tYOI': !shock they, have lulall'II h We are glad
t' Up f 1 through shining ranks of angel1', be done before we start! ," sighed! Mrs.! !'cr('(' III cl off the following message : was enchanted, nnd she was besieged! for another poor' Susan wounds are henlingso quit ly.II .
i I To the very throne of (!od. val, pushing' : hack her chair from the breakfast I 11m coming to-morrow for I few: days, !>song, has "lt'l'lllel'n, 1 fearful tragedy and
: t table: as !she spoke, and a res-ing: no unless you telegraph back to the contrary." "You must have some-coffee' first I," said l both Fred and I arc quite unstrung by it all!
;; f f Four blue, eyes and. 1 two sweet voices! one in particular.' In the evening Mrs. Perceval inquired.[ if Colonel Holt, I beckoning' I to Simmons i to I for ole, shall never refuse to believe in
I ; Wnited till my tale way done, "What; wa the row with Kflie in the she) had received nn III'wcr, bring it."lam, dream again. Hut that reminds me I have I.
t ; ; Then they cried, Why that was Jesus! night, mother ?" asked! lames, n boy of fourteen Oh, no ; I told them not to answer unless better without coffee," !ail Kflie; yet to :tell you the strangest part of the story. ,
k t. T. .Those! three "stories' otc but one !" who at that moment was conveying a they could not have IC." looking up to decline it, when her eyes met Thc brother of the poor wretched man
r f large piece of hrlIJluucl jam: to his month. "Still! I wonder you have not heard," returned those of Simmons, who} was holllll/ tray came to sec my husband: a day or two ngo.
fA, f ; TWO iniUAMH.ON With Klllc?" asked his mother. What her mother. in front of her. A violent He was naturally in the deepest distress, for
: ", tI do you mean, ,h'llI't' But Kflle was quite sere it was all Ti h took possession of her, as with fixed eyes a great ufl'ection had existed between him
r j .'Ol''xnEl : FACT.f '. ".\11 I know i is, 1 heard /a scream in the and so no more was 1al1 she wallll.lldllllcll\'C the room ; then, with nnd his huller, He told us! that about
f.' night," replied Joni ; 11111)) imagined it Next morning she WIJ up early, putting a piercing screlll, Ie !otal't.llp, audeutcm- eigllleCI months! ago, ever since I visit we
I I ''\ i [nllr) ,] .II/lust/f S, IM4.] came from Ktlic's: room (ll'l'o'[' ttc, Hut I the finishing strokes to her packing, laughing ,: ing hold of Colonel Holts 11'1, cried "Save paid to Lord D-, where he had gone
11 I "If you please, sir! :Simmons:; wishes!:! to was! awfully sleepy, and (the next moment I and !singing apparently in the highest t me, save me !I" mums back fainting into with us his brother had. taken to tobettingnnd
1.. speak to you," was otr again, and forgot nil about it till spirits his arms. "'11111'1", and going out at night to play
Ily all means," replied t ( Colonel Holt ap just l now." "Ciomd-lye, darling mother I shall write The usual confusion consequent on such ,( : 1 public house there in the village.
:i parently surprised:' that !Simmons should .M II'!". Perceval hastened up to her laugh to \01 to-morrow. Isn't it 0.111 It was nn event ('nsuel]. i The 1 result of nil this was that he lost every
y;'; make (ho request through the medium. oft ter's: room this very dar, August 1 fourth, we were "She! must IUI.t air ail quiet," said Col. penny of his savings, and ran deeply into
I ;'. the footman. "Tell him to come here at To her great dismay, lake wns sitting on to have gone to the Holts last )year" Holt; nnd begging/ his wife would summonSusan debt He was engaged ton very foolish,
t i.j ;1' once." the edge of the bed in a half fainting condition Still no painful reminiscences: on the MUUjl'e he carried the giri out of the room \'ail woman, who only cared for him for
1 l i A few moments later came a hesitating: only partly dressed! Her mother kissed i and blessed her, into his study, where, in due time, she ye- what he could give her, and did nothing butubu"
k i I knock, and It was not until Colonel Holt Jlv darling: are you ill? What is it ?" (', care nail caution, and! so they part corl't.1 (' timid reproach him when no more .
t had twice shouted "Come in," that the door asked her mother c'.1 that face, the awful face of my' money was forthcoming, and altogethermade
}; opened to admit, the aforesaid .Simmon, "Oh, mother, mother," moaned the girl, )n arriving nt X- station, Kflle was dream !1' she moaned, pressing her h\1 to ,his life a burden to him.
\, I t,: Looking up somewhat impatiently Colonel dinging i to her, .11111't go away, don't leave somewhat surprised to find that no vehicle her hl'nll "About this time he heard us nt dinner
', Holt was struck by the change in the me, was all poor' Kflie: could say awaited her from the Priory ; however, ns I child, what hl.l lt'! :;: mandetcanor' No longer the spruce, Leave you, my child ; of course not. Hut !she was able to procure 1 lly without any' Tell me what has made you i 7" Iskelt Colonel nnd of how she was coming on n
(,' erect, Il1illll1e-lI ell butler, hut a pallid' trembling why didn't you !send for me ? I had no idea difficulty( ti omission! was of little consequence. 1 Holt visit, and was to bring them with lc m r, He
I man stood before Mint you were ill" His wife had by this time returned to tlC had (oniJe'lllils[ many (troubles to lm sbroth-!
i } rood t I heavens t Are you ill, :-; Simmons I did not want to frighten eau, and !so I It so hnl'll'IH.lllc had never visited the drawing: -roomit, leaving her husband and er, w to have n month's holiday
I, t ( !\o sir : but I must go away this very tried to get up nod dress, and tlien) this horrible Holts l (' friends as they were. san with l Kflic."Those nnd had taken lodgings in the village, '
j till)'. You must !let me go, indeed you must, faintiiess; came over me, and I could. 'T'hey had' met abroad null at the houses of dreadful eyes, that face," was all and his brother, lent him money enough to
i r" sir." not get to the bell. Oh, mamma, I have hail common frcnll' but !something/ had always she would say for !some time. clear hil, The fatalloYe of play, however,
.d ; "Certainly/ if wish It': but give me !such terrible(' night" come in tlo WI\- of a visit to the Irlot111 1)o) vou k'now what"le Icall8 ?" (ColIJel' :still clung to him, and now cOle!! timestrange
f' ;J l some reason for tills sudden! ileterniinatinnit My darling Th'lIlt was. you bent heard Ethic (' scarcely helieyeshe ) 01 Hol n-Kcd} Susan, who her head, amid, part of my 1:1t.
x I, ;f, What has happened scream ?" her way thither. As the lly drove up to the il 1 hurried whisper, expressed' a hurried "The night of the third (,August last
;d "lean tell you nothing: sir., Let me go 110 must have heard me, but he .Iilln't door of the old house, she saw Mrs.[ Holt in opinion that Miss Kllie's nerves were ofCI year ho ]hlil terrible dream.: Having prom
: without IJIIl'!Ititlll- that 1:011111: I ask! of you." come, no one came ; 1I1\1loh, it was! so terri the garden, Ill, putting out her head, nodded like this, and that most likely she Il'nnt 1:1'llhj. brother to keep from \play, Ill had
;t' "It Is a great deal to ask," :said ColonelHolt ; bll'Ihallllc'r I never (forget it," and she and! smiled gai'. Up ran the hostess, nothing gone to bed. early, In!>ll'llof going out as he
I ,:: more and more surprised ; "and 1 lam trembled like an aspen leaf. exclaiming; : "l'rhap' she will tell me if we were I had been in the habit of doing. Hut he
l ; not sure that I can grant so much Come, (hue thing is dl'arlaid firs Perceval, o Kllle, my dear child, what n delightful tlouht Colonel Holt, andIle made could nut t !sleep, and tossed from !side to side,
I i Simmons, tell me honestly what has: hap we cannot go to the I Holts to-day.. surprise !111'hy didn't. you let us: know \01 1 sign to al to I'athn rom, his mind tilled with visions' of Kllie's diamonds ,
'c pened. I If I can help you":" "No, no,' said] Kllle. .1 can goon 110'grits w'tueollll ?'i Now, dear, try and tell me what has which IIHllgain been, the subject ot
I t'' "Thank you, :sir, you can only let me ; but I must 1 gCtasvay from h'f', frol "Surely you ( 't'III*' telegram yesterday frlltcllt you ;jnnd who It Is hassuch dread conversation nt dinner. About awl
go." this room, from this led," Jl.l.le.l, with a ?" eyes ; would \'Ol rather tell Agnes ? into a troubled sleep, und dreamed that you
.. tll'cthllp'ou arc in some money trouble? shudder. "No ; did] "oi!send, one? Oh, that dreadful If so, I will fetch her. and Kflie had arrived,und that she had conic
Speak out frankly If you are." We will go any where vou like, darling," boy at the post-office! He really must No, no," :said I Kflle, clinging to him : I down to dinner resplendent with diamonds,
r, .) A faint Hush came upon the man's! fll'l'i; said her mother, soothingly.\ "Only try to be got rid of, This il the third telegram he wil tl'OU ; it will be, better ; but it mket the sight III which, to use his own words,
I tai ho hesitated.] becalm, now, and tell me what has upset has lost in 1 month-careless, Iond-filr-noth re 1111h'r; !so to !speak of it," raised the \' within hll, The passion! fur
1 'f( :Money, sir! has to do with my trouble," you so ..lr'I.II'IIII \','" I ing: young rascal I Never nmimid about 1 hit Colonel Holt soothed her as best he could, gambling ('IZl'llon him with renewed force,
I f ho replied, "but it is not my reason for wishing was /l111' before the girl was! sufli-! now:, however. How delightful to think you and nt length she managed to tll him of und he at once determined, to steal the diamonds
j collected to her really are here at !must !" her of n lulu make He
J to go away. Have pity on me, I implore satisfy IIIllhl'r'nlxlet : tln"ll year ago 01'10mclic: fIt
Il t'' iI you ; let me go. I mast, whether you and curiosity i! but at length, with many .Hut is it convenient? Are 'ol sure you ".\1111 oh !" she cried, "that man who he Wlll1110t even stop murder -
I t 1 consent or 11 ot." hr'aklllll halting sentences, she spoke as can put me up ?" asked }: ('. brought the cofl'ce to me had the same faceas self in order to accomplish his: desire. In
tt : fi And a look of the utmost misery crossed follows : "Oh, I forgot every room is full," cried the man: in my dream, and when I lookedup his .11":1 he waited at table (
i' k the man's; face. "I went to bed, as you know, perfectlywell her friend, stopping short in dismay" ns she Ids dreadful eyes were looking at me il nil his duties ns quietly 1111'rforIC(1
( Nell, well," said his easygoing: master, and looking! forward to our visit to the wa' hurrying her into the house .Hut I the saute murderous way ns in my 11n'II.: ever, but hi.s resolution did not waver. ''ll
i : "how long do you want to be away"l Fora Holts, and 1 soon fell I asleep. About one can manage ; \01 won't mind] Oh, yes, 1 That mat? Do you mean Simmons, ]house was: shut up for the nighllld lie .
F 4 \ im; time only, or do you want lu leave altogether o'clock, I l fancy it must have h.I, 1 invokes know : that will do nicely.. There's Fred ; my butler' asked Colonel Holt, laughing found himself in the pantry !searching
'L i ?" itliiifeclhmgof the most frightful ,depres he will be :-ur\'rl"I'll Do you! know who thisis trying to reassure her. Fancy turning old among the knives for the one which he considered
t 'i ,:1 If you are kind enough to let me return, !ill, just as if I WI'f'doomed, to death. I ?" she ( \ her husband, who was :Simiummiusimiti; I villain of romance? \Vliy l l best suited to his purpose. Armed
;:. sir I can do 1'111Ifd by the twentieth of tried to call out, nIl to sit up in bed, but 1 coming down stairs. he has. been with mo for years, and is assteady with it, he stole up to litlie S runinabout twoo'clock
'I It this month.." heat'stvtighl !:!l'I'II.lollIIllllll'OIIlllIly Ktlie IVrceval Can! I believe lY eyes l'' ns old Time You are trel1111 overexcited in the morning.) EIIIting: very softly -
l Safely," muttered 1 Colonel, 1 I Holt ; what lie still and ga"'. Then I felt myself sinking Y'I; and she telegraphed yesterday to this evening, Kflle, 0\1 your f ilia!l I he stood l for I listening to her
,, ;;t does the follow mean ?" Then aloud : "And into a sort of stupor.. I knew I was not I. fl she was coming, and that horrible boy nation has 1111 nway with you That 1 is quiet, even breathing, which showed she
i i\ "t who is to fill your place' ? You know wet awake, and 1 yet I was not asleep. ['earfulshapts must have lost the 1I1'IOgl'. Fred, \11|oust believe mule was fast a..l.l'l''. A nigbt-liaht was burning, ,
; ;; ]1I1'C'Isitlr coming today: and-" and forms Ill 1 before JIIl'p'!:!, until have him sent away.'. He rang the b'l ont !summoned Susan, and he (' ('l' the glitter of the diamond
t C 1'': f Ag.iln: that haggard; look of terror came at length they to merge into the While Ktlle WI''IIUhll Colonel Holt who persuaded ( go to her roan ornament, ns! they lay scattered about the
into Simmons' face as he ventured to interrupt form of I man, with huge prominent eyes, ran over the names of those who were shaving Colonel Holt then tdlrlll.1 to the draw I dressing table
I I the master. who stooped' over me, and slowly waved I in the house, and of t those of the neighbors i ing-room. His: ;guests were departing'\ and I "He moved forward to secure them, nun
., "Yes, Sir I have: thought of that, and I large knife in front of lit)' face "I tried to who Wl'r coming to dinner. nrsoon he and his wife were left to thetaselves. in so doing he 11111' !IIC slight nlli'lc, which
I have a brother staying) in the village, who [is: sen-am, but felt it was only inwardly, and .I hone you have brought a smart ..1tlts'oung awoke the poor child, mind with piercing
ii'" I butler to Sir lI'IITCuttls[ at llnuiehamp that no sound escaped my' lIps, Again this \ lad)', and all your (lamollll', (fur "I must go to the save child," said Mrs. 'cr'al she !tarlc'lup in lcl1 Thl'lIo, lie
}'ark. The family"are abroad and lie has a terrible form bent over ', gradually fading: there 1:0110 be n perfect invasion lul\.c1," Holt. What could brought on such! dreamed : (' her and threatened
t I month's: holiday, and will gladly take U1I \' away, only to I'durnl third time with n still l "Oh) I think I shall do," laughed an attack ?" to Murder her if she were not quiet.
I : place while I am absent. I am sure he will fiercer: l look in his eyes. Making[ : a superhuman "though; 1 was not prepared for such a fes "Oh, some nonsense: about n dream. Isvmiuhiui "\t this 'point of his dream, Simmons
J eIYlrt voice at last broke its bounds ", t tease her with questions to-night. awoke, trembling tool
,. do his best to !please' you, sir. my : t\'lty. !shaking ns if he 11.1thl'lgUl'
s There being; nothing further tOltl'lIll" his nnd with a ringing i iI'rCllll'okc and sprang. '\' don't IIPPl'lI often, thank gnod- (Jive her I soothing draught, and let her maid: for some time he felt, so II'
master dismissed! Simmons.: out of I bet T'lere'! was no one to be seen, nl'oM'h; \ \ now out, you left us in go to bed ; and ask her maid to sit with her told his: brother, as if he Teal had committed
!!\ For a few! minutes Colonel Holt[ pondered t my (l"rWI stilt locked : no Ole l'IIIlh:1e the lurch on the last grand ICI"III; this till she falls asleep.! the fl'arfnllll'l.I. so ,' ) the impression
{ over the matter and the man's! strange manner (OIl in ; it must then have been a dream. I very day, last year by Jove so it was." Left alone, Colonel Holt rang the bell, desired left nlol his hind He had the !sense
I'' t and then muttering something to the' thought, mind at last, shivering multi !shaking, ""Y's: Oh, we won't talk of that" said Simmons: to put out the lights and sue I to regard, his dn'll in the light of a warn
,s etlect that servants': ways were past I finding 1 crept into bed again: but could not go to Elite shuddering anal turning pale. that all way safe, and then betook himself, I ing, and. at once felt that his sole safety hI
ti ; : out, lie dismissed (the subject from his sleep Oh, I did so long for you, mother, She was relieved by the entrance of Mrs.[ with many yawns, to his dressing-room, ill ht. His brother took the same ,'Il'I \\ ..
i t thoughts, and became ('lIgrussl't! in business" and 'l I was tll frightened to come to Holt, who ofl'crcd to take ]her to her room. where he intended to solace hiulselt'with a I and soon after breakfast :Simmons:: went to
letters of importance. you." I have done the best I could, dear ; or- {,pipe before going to bed ; and, for want of my hu-band: and told him he wished to goaway
i 'I. At luncheon, much to IHolt'!:! amu.euicnt : "My ooor child !" cried Mrs IVrceval.soothingly. 111'1'1'111.h'l to lie turned into I bedroom Letter food for thought, his mind reverted fora few days, assigning! no reason. Of
I u strange/ ) !leryut'ni in mitten,laud', "I was indeed a dreadful. for "ou There was literally no other room to poor little 1lc': $ hysterical talo of her course we thought !his conduct very strange,
i Where Simmons:?" she asked."l dream. available. There is one drawback ; it is at dream. i but he went! und his brother was to take his
>HI," exclaimed Colonel Holt, Middonly .Hut was it .,"I\1.11':1?" sighed Kflle : I the end of a Inng |ms"age, has: no lock to the Pish-nonsense-rubbish !" he muttered place In his ab-ence. On hearing, however, '
t I II remembering\ that he had l not enlightenedhis ; I i :seemed so lil'h more and that face, II door and! is not "(rIlar any other between whll', when suddenly an unpleasant that you und Kflie: had. postponed' your visit
I wife this is Simmons' brother who has hal I ever forgot it.. I TnOll." ; btT1k him, and lie started to he reapjieared in the afternoon. *
s 1 taken liU place for week or two.. have: 011' 111'all, dart: ing. Somothim! hail "I wlll.) hl'lllfll1', I am sure," eric his feet. Uy Jove what if there should be His .Irl'I, combined with his brother's
bce11511 busy 1 forgot to tell you" your nerves' Now, try and shake 011 I It she was giving, something II'i Thl'IUII'$ manner is not entreaties had "1 worked upon I{ his i better
the remembrance of it. Come I and feeling not in make satisfactory ; it is odd, to say the feelings fur
I J I Mrs Holt asked no further questions, : till .1lwn II.l 'ouh reason l'I..t"f : jhat 1 long time he pave '
the nun hhIl'I't the room. Then she said : and niter breakfast weill settle where Wt'l!, IH'oljl'cti"II;, the idea of an J>ola- it, I that-t the very day she Wai to have evil practices.? A month or two UI'however -
I' ,' My dear, when you ulluw'Simmons: to will go. I t think the seaside will Il' )ht rool(llllwt strike her pleasantly. last year, and the very day she has come itappears, he ngain sue'umiibemltotemittatiun !'-
} It.1.11.1 you remember that Mr*. Perceval but \'UI shall decide." I That my h"ali.t, drcs ing-r'x>m," this year, he should have behaved so bat' and had again lost (for him) a law
t i mid Kflio were coming to-day, and that we Mr IVrceval treated the matter lightly. said Mrs. !full: n 1,1 an open door. ly. Well I suppose I am an old fool, I sum of money ',
pi 1111\0 u'l1lllut'r party to-morrow ?" Kllio always had 111'c'1 highly U"T'IUi'I, arid I .Now turn to the right at the l'lI.of won't go to bat IIII\'n at any' rate What "On the fourth of August occurredKflie'sunexpected :
I, "Yei: ; 1 did not forget, but the man this was only' a bail: attack of htllTl': It this passage is your room. I chose it my time Nit now o'clock. If anything and ilat''Isi is i easy
'would go 1 could jet nothing out of the was, however, &OI' time lr'foretime girl took don on actouatof its inaccessibility.When I is to happen it will happen soon, I now to unilcriantilmons' \I when
fellow except that he must go this very day, the same \'11'\\' n* her mother: and, althoughthe reached, i h '>ked such 1 cheerful, suppose." he ( arTIval 11Iubt the memory
and would return by the twentieth" change to the seaside braced her nerves, bright little rCI)1 with the afternoon sun He opened the ,1oor softly. The house of his t'rrhle rushed] back on his
Hut what reason: did he give for. such ex. und did her much good, I was far !from being streaming intoU, t]hit Ktlle: was dlrml'll seemed wrapped in complete' silence. Not mind, and Iret.l was lest the
i Hraordinary conduct." u complete cure. At tills tint rcniemhruncoofthe .I If 1 I'oel loiu-ly 1 van keep) I sound wa to be heard Leaving the door should overpower 1"1, as, alas i h'lIIllntll
t "'Nono whatever. He looked miserably t face she hail !('t'l would return me," she thought. ajar, he placed his arm chair behind it, putout > i p.or }brother will'&lnh') that he
illnud dunged, as Pale as a gho.-t. 1 never and gate her hour* of torture. .Now I shall leave you to rest" said MrHolt. -. the candles, and reseated himself, devoutly had been here, for t says, the devil
Mr-, IVrceval like true had If could get little hoping he might not fall a but would have had
saw such u scared .j1.t in my life: 1 woman you & nap II'frlIlhlll'r lI lot it all his own way with
t "Doyou think he hud been drinking ?" kl'pllpr 0\\1 t'll..tII""I'rllltll: dream, ni'111 be all the II'Utr for i. thinking it was more than likely hln, Of course Simmons did not
"Ob, no ; he was us sober m a judge. Never 1"111, M thai I had not become, an .1 o m to manimi and t.lnce, do KO. that I'.ttie'* fainting! fit had. any cc' im3Knl
i mind, his brother will do very well, no cigitt-day wonder in the luuhull She that will bo better thaltI'Iinf and will refresh When the stable clock chimed the half- with 111>elf, 1I 'ItI'r had he reason to
i it doubt ; 11l'1I butler ut Henuchamii, and\ rarely 11"\\.11':1.: to dwell UHUI[ tl her, mo quite us IIU'h, time 11.. yon hour after 1liligh Colonel Holt started Suppose that .*I"I wo' sit any with her .
1 looks: u decent sort of IVllow. 11\-t m,-lave, and \\ year 1II'r, a in'w interest sprang .' dine'T'tti:: I? Very well ; good-hyetill then." und dlall Surely he had that night. (\1 mall) l lie up known it, I ,
what time U the carriage to be at the stationfi up In the girl's Ill njoiovd t, feeling sure I n-.iHv liolie've Simmon* i i- wrong in hi. t begun to doze: ; this would never do. Why doubt if the fact wOlll have made any differ
j meet the Pereivnl", ?" thegho-t wllul.111tW be laid. tllrl't heaii." Kti-l I <' .lul'l I Molt ;. hi- wife, as h tc min earth bail he given hhl"elft" much discomfort c-uce, tor a stronger &" than he could
''f It '(,Ire.- Jury Holt. rould) reply Simmons For lathe was engaged: to be married, and I 'IIt,into her !Nm 11llfulI huur 'orl"UII- ? He who would willingly go to re-.st. was upmt, him and drove him to his
I td" two honest now haunted her ner. burl 1 ut ten o'clock. everfight, to sit up in destruction. Heart disease
N m. -i .1. 'j'l'ITl"1. bulling a ,;rUIII' Iruwn'I' which his brother -
waking. !! .What hadi! ,' now. ? the dark to such un UHarthl.hOllf, just be- is in the
.Is bmti jut arrived, m.idam.: u wil.. Bleeping IUlIllIt I : 11,1 say family" must have been
:\ I !!ogram: Some change of plan 1 alt I u rise> '::valid security hedged "Thefcl!.,, s miiincr isMtnddl can'tundvriunl cau ea hysterical l, love-sick girl- (4us of his awfully sudden death t.t
on the "art of the IVivevuU.:' aid rUIIl '1'11 l.nuno. t"'I.'r"1! had: of course hit,1.504111! as you had tI'1 At this i>lint of hU meditations .U>tp' .Wllthl'! it will I be well to tell KtnV: the
.s'Uti-- [ the cuvelo.o ijuU-kly. tile, and I.UII'-' had petted and Ethic: up in br nt. m 11'lIt 'for him t. say again iivcri*>wercd him' ; and one n'clock strutl 1 of thli..alt anti
ti't lI"a ojK-ninii | strangestury
Mr> lutist
Oh, !lao'of tiri""* iie J Listen", '$orrv wt'I .n .lhci| her un I nimU- &II! :':: of it; und an .' ,trt |phitu! must l I'e laid at the dinner chimed unhcvdcd ; und I figure; crept by the ..1""I.lt"t any' rate, i!('">* uuilvL-ableto you
it'lljt K.1U: ha one of her ii'-'rv oat. with 'hf* !n.1| in hi*. 1 !,'a.t on hi* I .I:. .uu4& rtatfl the reason. I He IJ.ht open 11'r unheard, and stole softly down\ reopen the iW present.
uui"- ( ore
I attack .Will .writ! tl1l'arll'I1I l.-ir,.." *b,. ,\,. _!H- 'IIt f vl no fear 1 II"iaatttr, 3Mver.. and 'looking up I t\\ the ivrridor toward 'p,>r little Jm1: moat those who, IK, doubt, would pretend There they

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could account for all that N so strange 111 j' place aiul Jacksonville: has been' !surveyothree .1 VT l.oclll.oosv, KI \ .. .1 I. UCWN toad Slatloiiory Tor 'l'nllll'l1 atitl lirjVosl ,

these two dreams. Tor myselfthcy t I times with additional, advantages; 'rilhll'II'r: Alpha, for all points; al\ll \1\
ever remain a psychological"riddle! -':one of ailll'tlill and grading landings; nn Oransie Lake, on arrival of IVn. II n.'J..: un i: \v.Wholesale .
those mysteries which pertain to the unsc'ci' topography eXl't'II'I'cadi insular Railroad: Train. r\UI-\ Sh'nm'lhll! ) 'O'S I.IXI
time, as the deviations and straightenIng \' --.-" -_._-- _.-
worldVith and Retails :
: everything: that ii is kind to the ilea of lines made since the first!' 1I1'h:!:'! AT lit' \1.\. :

child. materially shortened the di'tancemlavoided With :Stave) Line to and from Urookivilk' -'- .:;1-
IVlieve inc. sincerely your. very daily except :Sunday.Tuesday \ ]1,0I STATIOMIIV.Atul: .
Auxin: : "::1 BOLT" elevations, which would have required '' Thursday: \ mid :Saturdiy: ; fron .

TlifitAiLKOA.it .l rpoay. grading.Mr. O"lIlalliltl Tampa ;on Monday, Wcdncsda.vand ; .' JII'SU' .A

t Clarke informed l : that in one line. I Friday. .

XOTKS.OuntiHHCilfriHii )between the creek that is known as Derb'u \T I'Kliilt: "KEV, )'1.\.. ,*t!n Wtt)
( 1'i,.,., I'nyc.) and this place, he found t an elevation 01' With :Steamer Miller to and I faun' ) iVnsaco CARRYING: : : Till:: V. H. MAILONI1' ;j

-' ANOTIIHU: IHKV.I : -Tlie Florida\ :Southen; 'I ninety feet to the mile ; but this ettraordi la With on I"IIIII11I111 Steamers: ; : Clinton Friday.; and Mm-iinii I for JACKSONVILLE.( : : 1 FLORIDA.: -

Railroad: from Lake City to Charlotte Hnr grade: (continued n short ,distance J
from :
nary New Orleans on Friday ; New )rheason : : of the staunch and
elegant Steamer
hor, will loans!! through ;a country which I in!! and was avoided upon a resurvey, of tin :Saturday: ; from I Havana I and heyVest! the above lane will 1"11Cl.liar Key

already rich with its: harvest: of yellow pine route. The permanent line fixed upon as on Friday ; for Key West and\ Havana, iSaturday' everylonday ut list p. m., for p t

awaiting transportation, t h i meet the ,1111:11111 the entrance into the town willl'lI\lhlc\ with : .

of the markets! of the world, and when tin the beautiful fruit farm of our friend, Uicnovar Company'With 1"loriclHa'lIl1a*. Steamers; for hey1Cc'tanti Mail :Steamshi; '1'11111-| Lxt9 S'huol hooky ii SIH'C'I..It.r Tampa. Maimlrr.Ami. t-

crops' of timber tar and turpentine have ( : and probably touch him in a spot pa' on Monday'; and Thursday. II rn ..elc'.. tC\UI. t fII
been With :Steamer Kiiteriifbf, for points on tinSiiivanncc 1Itrr, anil Ocoau SIt.hunC'II.!
reaped' the fanners can produce tl e but
liable to test! his railroad enthusiasm : Iii veron'fhttisduysot d lilt'l'r Monday and Thursday, at 4:00: /
a. m.For
articles! which have !so well advertise.l. U.L \'illlltlle for
nevertheless, he responds\ with the information respecting) routes, ratesetc. p. m.
ii-MIlt.1N tit: t
:State. Sea: i i-land (cotton corn, sugarcaneoats to his \public-spiritedness\ \ and says that the \ ., al'l'l.t" I'uiidi ICnsa told Krj. M'otl.Connections !' :
potatoes' and all the vegetable:' grow only compensation he will require is to replace A O. Mv.DONKLL I ) : I

here, as well as the tropical and :semitropical his fences after the collision! i is over.Cvi'C .- ( ;'cn'l Ticket and P.IS. .\ "IIt.
i D 1 1')1: \:\ WI'I.I": Cen'l: :Supt. 21 I !
fruits I I! and in the northern portion of aft't.1t .'.privy.ItullronQ. _. n' __ __ __.._ made at Cedar Key with the
the route i is!! the home of the peach, for the T?Llllill: .l CENTRAL: RAILROAD.: ) 1 Floiida Transit Railroad: from' and to all .
points North and West ; at 1'unta Rassa: with ;\
(peach prows to perfection' here. The building *, 1 Stcunu-r for Foil Mjeis, Foil Ogden, and ;
of this road is a matter of great importance IHIM: VM:>'r. rio' Leel.Through.

to the whole couutry, as every city in ) Leave Jarkxonv' 'ille ... ......... ......... ':l."> .v. M. KTIA.MSIIirs; Tickets are on !sale at Fenian- r
l'Dmlm I.l'a'l''hih' House................ ..... v,3.t.:\ u. Vii.-!
: M I. __ __._ __._ diva, Jacksonville, inincsville; and\ Cedar .
the United :States can be supplied' with Florida I OK TII: Leave Haldwin ...... ......... ...... ...... !B\n>::\ v. M. Key at greatly I'.llIn'III'al,' for all principal l

productions ,by the completion\ of this Leave Darbyville......... .. .... ......... .. !>I.i: A. M. Will leave Cedar I hey1'Olt points: on the ( !half Coast.
line. A'l'1.AN'I'111i1il.1'I'1N'I') : INDIA) TRAX: Leave :Sanderson( ...... ...... ..............1uto.1: MLeave .I. \I 1. ( LVLIMIIN, ncn'l A;;'t, f

r :SIT:: RAILROAD: Oliistee...... ......... ......... .....11:21: I .\. M. NKW: ORLl'.AKS: : : KYF.RY: Ol'llKR: 13:\ Cedar Key, ,Fla. !
NEW RVILUO.VK corp engineers will Leave Mt. (.lIrrlt'.1 11:15 1 : .\. MLeave FRIDAY.: ----.----------.. .------- -- -. ,,
locate the Suwanee River branch of the 1'KNINSULAR: ) RAILROAD. Lake (City ......... ......... .......12:15:!: \'. M. H r" :S'I':) M.1lt1"y I lIVlC: : : "tStS.1Uli1T ?

I'loril1'ransit Kailroad 1'1'011B"lIn on nextweek. ( ]\'aMo\ Rennet) Leave LiOak.......... ......... ......... L':30:: r. M.
Leave Madison' ......... ......... ...... ..... 1:15: r. M. 8'1'1-\U: : ]) : C1//111'.IN1V; I
This: road willI bo pushed through at ANI'1'l.L : Leave )Drifton.......... ..... ......... ......t''U.IO; r. MLeave FOR h lay: WKST: AND: HAVANA:
once. It passes: through :some of the inosl Tallahassee ............ ........... .:501'. M. \
valuable lands: in the country, also througha N.1N1)INA) ) & JACKSONVILLKRAILROAD. : : Leave juincy......... .....................InS 1< ::! r. M. KVF.RY: OTHF.R: SATl'RDA: .

large bonanza of iron ore which is said to I Arrive Chattahoocbce 8iwer..t1:50: r. M I. .
be very richl.'lIilJlI.. dot:MI IAHT.: ": :..:;;:;; :-

Leave (Chattahoochco! River.... ..... .I.'UA.::\ M I. PARSONS I: : :: 11.\Li:, Agents. TIIK HTKAMKIISF :
nRO; ::; COVE :SPRIXO:: AND: MF.I.ISOSK; ll.ML- In I'.ffect Mny Mh, 181/ Arrive (juincy.............. ......... ...... 5:52: :! .\. M. -13t! : Cedar Key, Fla. : I.

uoM).-The projectors and incorporators of Arrive Tallaliassce......... ...... ........ 7:30::\ A. M. --- .-- ..- -... .. 1,0 IC.A MAIH'IIA ,
this enterprise have hitherto eonfmed themselves Arrive I )ri n Oil ......... ......... ........... n.t.::\ 'i.. Captain' RiriiunsoCaptain: ( \
r.oixo: LtC11t. Arrive Madison) ...... ............ ... .....11.30 I : ) A. M.. M I.LLOHY'S1.'I.on i
to the work of preparation and organization Arrive Live Oak............. ...... ...... lK: > I'. M.
) Fcrnandina\ ........ ...... ......... !).tL>0) M' DAILY ::41'H'I'6Till' : \ ': t;
and have made no serious effort Leave a.in Al'rin'l.lIk(' City....... ..... .. ........... 1:00: ) I'. M I. IU.S'I'JISIIII MM::.
to obtain !sub.-criptions' to the stock of the Leave Ilart's i Road..... ......... ...... .. 0.47 a.m .\ rrh'l' )11. (Carrie.......... .. .... ......... I 1:31:: r. M.
Leave Callahan ......... ......... ........10.52' :_ u.in Arrive I Olustco........ ...... ...... ......... I 1:51: I I'. M. I'loraleaves Fernandina forSt-MaryV.
company: from those: whose interests: are Leave )Dutton ............ ......... ........II.22:!:! a.m Itiver )
.\I'rhl'iallh.I: OIII...... .. .... ...... ...... 5:10: I'. M I. Onlj1 Ulrt't.C lin<' lo X.'w Yorlt.rw landings: ( \ lundity1'ednesrhay:
deeply' involved in ti success of tI project.' Leave Itrandy Itranch ................11.3S
At length it is announced that meeting/ of Jtaldwln ......... ......... .........12.03:! : '.in. Arrive! lialdwin\ .......... ................. i5( : \I'\ MArrive s ..'.1 day and :>'lItlll'cla '. .' \
Leave Maxville: ...... ......... ...... .....12.33:! :::\ p.mLeave 'I'holartha leaves: Fernandina for same .
White House........ ...... ..... 7:25:! .. "
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( In friends .of the road will !be I held at Melrose Lavvtey......... ............ ........ 1.13:\ JKIIILeave Jacksonville: ....... ....... ...... .. Sin;:' I'. MArrive MCoxxixrioxs. --. ..,' I points' : every Tuesday l .: Thursday and :Satnr-: / ,
: on next \\Vnesday: the first day of Temple's\ :I......... ............ ...... 1.20: \) p.m tln'I'I'Y Monday. Wednesday!
: Juno, which will doubtless bo largely: attended Leave Starke ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 1.3S p.lIl.j : : : : .-At Haldwin with .\., ( !I.\: !! L and I Friday.
i Leave Tbnrston( ...... ...... .............. 1.51 p.m W. I.T. I R. I R.: for Cedar' )Key, (Caincsvilh: -'-- ..... ._.. .
and at which definite understanding and ..... ,
!some Leave' Waldo'U:! : p.m Fl'I'llallllillll.IIII,1 all')points North and ... Through Hills of Lading

: / will be arrived at of the amount of )Leave ( Jaiucsville......... ......... ...... 3.30:\ p.m West: t ; at Lake City for Tallahassee\ Albany, 1'111: FINK: :STI-JAMSIIII'S; I: : by :MALLORY'S: LINK( Ii of Steamers! to all'
stock which will betaken by the people olthe Leave Arrcdondo ...... ...,..... ......... :'t.r211.111.:! j :Savannah., and, nil points: North and West t i points on the :>'1. Mary's.
will be Leave JSatton........ ......... ..... ...... 4.07 p.m at Jacksonville: with St. Johns River: :Steamers. IVISTIICTIXAS: : :: ,
I section of country which most Leave! Archer............ ...... ...... ..... 1.\lp.llI.: \ J. :S.; )Il'hl.UOVv. : : Clog ('OIlIl'Cloll .'
directly benefited! )' the con"tJ'lIdionl.flll(' Leave llronson: ...... ...... ......... .. .... .i.olp.llI.) i \ M. Dvyiitso.v' Master Transp'n.Superintendent. \ \CAIT. IIINKS: \made,l with the New York, Charleston mill

i nom,I. )Leave Otll.rl'rl.ek....... .. ......... ...... 5.4011.x11. t 1 t. ( '1'1'01,' I).\ I.I.S.I'T.. Savannah :Steamers.iOOD; !!.
t This railroad, which !should be called the Leave Rosewood: .... ........ ........... (i.Id' p.m ---- ( ) ) ACCOMMODATIONS)
J. Arrive Cedar Key.............. ......... 0.55 \p.m. : : I'I':X .\(I'OL.XD ( '.\ RISK.ONI :: .
Jacksonville and Lake Country Short Route' JACKSONVILLK.': RAILWAY.On I for 1'asseiigors.: Kxcurslonlsts::; and, Tourist 4 t

; offers facilities: t for bringing together the people ooixti NUL:TII. ( and after ; : I of the above Steamers will leave will find this: u very at Intel ive trip, as! tinHiencry -
; Monday, May :2!, 1riNI1'ruhas I
i of Jacksonville and the people 01' the Leave ( V
{ I:1kol'l'gioll which, in \'il'of the present !Leave Roscwoud.................... ...... (i.IO 11.111. ';tOIX I : i WI-:>T.ILeave l on arrival of afternoon (trains: Ihull.Jac'k"oll'illl''JIII gamu; are abundant.Jitf .
Leave Otter) Creek........ ...... ......... 7.IMI> a.m), 12.i l Cedar Key. lit: her of the above Steamers can hi
Lake .
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and situation is ollcrcd City : > .
prospective : by no )Leave Itrons'ou....... ......... ........ ... 7..211.111. Welborn:..... ...... p.ut.A'IIVt' Tliis: line, having/ no transfers! lo makebetween chartered lir excursion parties' : ut :IIItime.

other transit route. 1.1':10rdl: <'r...... ...... .................. MO( a.m Leave Houston........... 1.20p.m.I I.o:! \ For further 1 Information\ apply to
I At present, Melrose is the objective point Leave Itatton ...... ..... ......... ......... 8.3.;!..'4 a.llI. : pin A. H. NOYFX Agent.25v2 t.
Arrive Live Oak.......... :! FKRNANDINA: : ) XJoW'OJl:: : : 12v.'J! : Fernandinu Fla
of the which! will connect at Leave Arredoiido .......... ........ ..... $.;s a.m. 2.11p.m.
l'ropo"l'II'lIaII, Leave (iainesville......... ...... ......... 0.35: a.m. Leave Live Oak.......... :2..o! :: p.m. -. -
Waldo with the Transit lloud by a steamer )Leave Waldo ............ ...... ...... .. ..10.0:! a.m. Leave :2.!.I __ _. __ _
on Lake Santa F'. Jly extending the road Leave Thur.-tuii: ..... ...... ......... ......10.51 a.m.) Leave Kllaville: ........... ::01'.11I.: :: --- -- -- n
but a few miles! farther the Ocala branch oftime Leave Sturke.............. ............ ......I1.11a.ut. lA'uveMadison........... 1.15 p.m. ::; AND) CHKAI'KST: TRANSPORTATION : : "'.I'. lS'I'I t 1'::1:1' Y,

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Leave Temple's... .10.20: ) a.111. -- TO FLORIDA[ :; JI'l'lm: .
f Transit Road will be :
reached at disy ;
a Leave Lawtev ....... ...... ......... ......11.:1711.111.: Lcascrcenville.I.; :: '.iii-; Second' Street, opposite! the l'ost t-OIll('"',

'I tanccof thirty-four mile.s: from the St. Johns. Leave Maxville I ......... ...... ...........12.20: \ p.m. Leave Aucilla............. (i.lo p.m. Vegetables und\ Fruits will receive! specialcare "

\ (;Jrecn Cove i is twenty-five milesdistant from )Leave lialdwin'.. ...... .. .. ...... ......... 1.10p.m.) \ Leave Hriflon.- ... i in p.m.': in 11U1IlJllI( Ci.: '" ,.
Jacksonville by the river and with proper: Leave IJrandy Itranch........... ...... 1.2S p.m. L'alontit..lIo....... ... 5.5O p.nt.Leuwo .- _...:'; ::,.' .. : .-.
Leave Dutton ........... ...... ............ 1.41.111.Lea'l \ : ; --.---- -'- 1'\ ::4EXmm: ( : ACCOMMODATIONS( ) ) : ARKFIRSTCLASS. : .. .1a. -., _...M.._.
connections the in Lloyd's.. .......... i.l.i| : ; -
people! living large area ... ... .. .... ,p.m.
Callahan .. ..... . :2.22:!:! \p.m.
of country which is rapidly increasing in Leave Hart's Road............. ......... :3.25 p.m. Leave _Chaire.s'"'.':..:" ;..4I111.111.Arrive ::; ( .
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population, may visit Jacksonville I\lIc1're- Arrive Fcrnandina ............... ...... ".((11) p.m. Talhiliissi: .,,... K.'J..-"> .lUlL.....
I Leave The traveling public! arc o I TV red t the" advantages I.
Tallahassc.! .:... .. s,5o'
turn to their homes within one day. Trains Sunday. p.m. : 111'II )DIRKC/r; L1XI'TI'1l011T:
daily. except
Ix-ave Midway............ !1':11111,111.:!
It is: for the trade of this section that Fer- _. ANY CHAMiKS.: : ; Connections: made utFcrnandinu
nandina is now with Jacksonville Ix'ave Quiney.........,....1|n.2S:! p.m. with, all steamboats: fill'LII
: competing -
1'KNINSULAR: RAILROAD, Lruve It. J'lm"l\nt..ll.lIl! p.mArrive ,. 'points' on the St. John's, Ocklawaha, and
and, with the control of the Transit ; Cbatta.' River..11.50: Indian Rivers, und with the Transit! Railroad
Road, is! competing successfully.Vlien the ( !alto{ Itrtutch.) p.m.: at Fernandina for all railroad\ stations

proposed road .shall be built the shorter t.OINO 1"U1'Tll.Leave GOING W :MT-MT. I \HK"III'J.cIUS.(1'llt'SdllJlf. ; \ und ( iiilf ports' '" in Florida

distance and cheaper freights will quickly AViildo Junction....... ......... 2.15 \p.m. ( Tluarduya.uiil St/IICI'dl/J'.) FJI.rntlTNU: : 1'.i5;I'\mm:: RATKSAS : .)
end the competition. 1'alatka is: about to Neavc Santa 3.1S p.m.Ixavo Leave Tallahassee... ..................... 9.t M l a.m.
enter the lists rival for the ] Hawthorne 4.05); p.m. Leave Chattalioocbee....................lU.IOu.m./ I LOW AS ItY INDIRKCT: :) ; UNIX:

:: as a seaport" Leave Loehloosu: .......... ...... .,. 4.15. p.m. :Arrive. :St.1: Marks r !......... .......... 10.35:: a.m.
same trade but the proximity of Green Leave Orange) 5.10 \p.m.Arrive :; :: j2irThrough Rates and Bills of Iwuling IiTOVI'. IIKATKRM, KANUIJIIS.:
( 'Jove to Jacksonville will forever check such Ocala. 7.00( p.m. GOING KisT.Ixuve to all points'
aspirations: on the part of the former which (Chuttu, River: .... 1.:111: a.lII. For p.is..ngc or further information apply' TIN ANn I'IHlmT1l:0i1:1: : '::,
tioixo Leave Cbattaboochee.. .. 1.3:;!n) a.m. tll 1100FINM AND! (WJTTKU1NO!
in matters of- trade, must: continue to be a Leave[ OCH ..').4;, a.m. Leave :'ii t. Pleasant,.... 5.l"> a.m.Leave It. W. SOFTIIWICK( .Agent j
suburb of the latter. Leave Orange latke 7.20:! a.m. Fcniandiiiu.i 1'UMl-H, IImVJ'xJ.I.I.) ; : .", KTO.:
Jinncy........ ..... ;,.r,!
)Leave I/tchloosa..... ......... ..... ..... u.m. C. MALLORY ,t (0.,
The grant of land from the State has: beenmost K.30u.m.) la- A .tc"'!k. of ,
: Leave Hawthorne. 11.1511.111. ttvelidwuy.......... ... ((5.11 u.m.Arrive ,. Pier 20 )Kiist; Ith cr. Xt.York 2tiS11111IEIt large Stoves 1111 hand. 01lilt'
F liberal ; the road will most, certainlypay a call, and. compare my prices with those of
I Leave :Santa F( 9.15! a.lIl. Tallahassee".,.'' 7.:1mt.ui: : ----- ---- other houses elscwJiere.ic. .
here '
its", way, and but a small sum of money .\rr \\\.ullaJUIIl'fiflll. 10.1.:) &.III. Icuvc'I'alluhassee........ M.oiia.iii. N.IIJH.I.a: : : : or

will be sutlicient Insecure its", control within __ __. ._u__ Ix-ave Chalres'' *'.......,. .... 1'1. : a.m.;
1/. HIM: >IIC.S: < \
ourselves Will the people of Jacksonville FKRNANDINA: .t; JACKSONVILLK: Leave-Lloyd's! ............. JMIS/ .a.m. 1IIK: 1I'rt\: )um': .

help us, and thereby help themselves: RAILROAD.In : Ix-ave: Montieello; ; ;;::..:.. -ii.miu.m.' -U -- .' .. .... ---- .

are" Cure tfinij. : leave Dril'lon..... ........ 11.l..i u.m.Leave JOII.VS IMH.VI'I
I .. SK'I'I ; l tT.\ :
.\* we go to press, we !learn that the president !! J''ffiTI( / illl, 1881. Aucilla::::.:::......111.Io11.111.; l ._____ -. < I.____ _*
Ix-ave (ireenville..ii.: :
U. It. Canova, fa. to meet the board of a.m...

directors of the H!rcen Cove Spring and Mcl- GOING hOt'TII. Ix-uve \ladiv0n..I,ll.4ou.in.' ...... ..... .
Jo'l'rnallltilla..ll.1O Leu\e Ella\'il h......,... ...1 !.r". .p.m.,. Ij..' /J) U.III. "
I tail road Leave a.nt..C 5.:1)11.111.:
roso hero to-day, in order to llni.shup "
all the business (cave Ilart's Ruad.l1.1311.111..1.O.OI p.m. Irate Custer! ==::... 1.22 ]>.m. : '"
) :: relating to preliminary I .Vrrive Ja<.kSllu ville..12.1'J() p.m. fi 7.0"j j'.m. Arrive Live Oak......... 1. Jo/) ".111. u ,,",\ljl\\.ll- ...
surveys, etc. The vice-president, A. E. Vo- GOING NOIITII.xave lxave Live Oak........... 2.10i.in.' |' I .
'J N J) It It .' .\ Ilt:
: .
gclback Is citizen of who
a Philadelphia, Jacksonville....:!).(w) n.II1..t :X10j..i. Ix-ave Houston:,..::::. 2.1: p.m.:
has a residence in Melrosc, and U", noted for Leave Hart's nfIII.J.t! : 11.111. t ..15 p.m. cavechINrn.I.INI. : "..11I.I. "tl/'ILL' leave Fernandina for Jacksonville. FIFTH HT.. FKItNANDINA. FLA.
I. TT and 1'iilatku and 'intermediate turnings -
his energy and activity has engaged In the Arrive Fcruundina.-1Q3.iu.ni. .V: IJ50 p.m. Airive I.ukt' (-'ity..1.: IS ".111. on (the St. Jolm'M' River, und. "Savannabami TRIAL: ROMI-:>;. i-rr.\LLIO: ('A .::8.
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enterpriae.with his whole heart, and is sanguine Double Trains ilaily except Sunday.CONNECTIONS. --- --- .-- - -.-. -- Cburhtton! iv folowx : WOODKN: COFFINS AM. C'ASKKTH.

of success in whatever he untll.rtalas.'fliti OOIX" y'\I4T-IiT. MiKKH MV1XIOX.Tiifnl'iyt From FcrnandinaFOR Telegraphic orders J'TOIJIIfyuttellllc..tl! toPATIlXTNTjbtubietl

road will penetrate the laku region ( Thurnl'iyi ini'l &' tdiyt.)

known to be the finest Leave St.. Marki......,. ......... ......... 12.IW a.m. JACKSONVILLK" : A.M. J'A I.\TKA. ,for new invention!
fruit-growing regionof \T rrR.viNbi.vi, ri-i., lx-au \\ uk"lIa................... ......,.I2.3Oa.m.: jar'. KVKHY: : WKDNI: ':>' ).\ Y.'I\\ (' in oldonex.
the State and will be an outlet fur the With New York and Fcrnandina Steam- Arrive TallabasMv............. ...........-I.4Op.ni.) Caveat. InfringemenU, Trade-Markx
fruit crop, while at the same time it will hip) Line from New York on Tuesday, at 11 --- -------_. From FeriiundinaFOR and all "patent biixIncHH 'promptly attemle
furnish hundreds of thousands of feet of u. m. or 1.00 1'. 11,., and for New York!. 411'burxlav CONNIPTIONS.Itoth : to. IN1'4NTONt4'1'I.1T; I IIAVK: HKKN': :
after arrival of afternoon trains. ) .SAVANNAH. .\ ,' CIIARLILSTO.V: RFJJXTLD. ; '; may still in iuo..t cu es. ln !>at.
Faint bound) ruins
choke and \\.t I meet utLive
yellow pine lumber. Of course there With frtorgia and Florida Inland :.StcamHwt 'nh..1 !
by a" Ud"g a ywmlte the II. K. I'al..
Oak and will 2:15 train Sa #r "\'I-I\: : : J'lllAV.t
Il lIIIl't.t : on r
I will be several turjK-ntincj orchards, and tar Cxdiipany, from Savannah daily except ent Ofllce/ and engages! in I'ATKNT: IUHINIXM .. .
vannah Florida .\ Western .Railroad: f"r
pitch and turpentine will be some of the Monday : Savannah daily except Sunday. 1 Savannah and : \ Close eoniKftion made with rteuucrrfit : ; KXCLI'HIVKLY: : we can snciirMpat.eiitt ) '
With Charleston' Eteanerfr/nn:; Huvannabnd Albany. ft'llullvllll' fluo.Illh'r.rl"t.. : aUo\ vvitli. steamra in less! time than thoM! who ore remote
nf I'atntengeni for Chattahootbcu' River JSojt\
principal Green
exports Spring in (1tarlei.ton AVwlnewlay and Sutulay; ; for O kluwuba River: ; al... ut 1 Savuiinuh from 11'crlingtun.
luuuwtwith ItelM-ci-u lvt'rillllulIIt'Vt'ry'J'lau.lay :
the near future.Mr. for i Savannah and diaries-tun! Tn<** Win. F. Clarke the engineer of the Friday.With. ( j.toll and h Riltiinore.aiid at Cbarlestoii williteamers we inaku\, Ki-arclt In tt! latent OtHie. and!
Saturday for (Columbus ia and Ku-:
Jacksonville, St. Augustine and! Halifax Steamer Flnt from tot. )Iar)''" JJiver f.1ul.Ia.. .. for New York Phulwlelphia llalti- o-lvi-e a< to its |>l\h..ttl.ility J'rft / rmryt.Corri .
landings Wwlnc-mlay and I Frulay ; torFt. Connects .. J. Inure, and with XurtlU'u,1tt'rll.I'ialUta) Carlo* -'-i' with < Jur.I.1tonl'
Railroad Conrjiany, completed, survey of )Ial')"'. River iiidings on Sunday and ti-iinuT Ciunby hums Railroads for routes\ North, ]-:cut und able! ; und) NO CHARliK: l\NfI.ES4.; 1'\'(-
said road to this place on Wednesday last, Wt..lru'4lay. ) Sunday (Apalui-liicola, Fla., andevery '"'('tit.Jo'J INT: I is O '.\ :\lI: ).
Tuesday ( Colmnl.ii, and! Kufaula
at which time we had the pleasure of forming AT ('.tLLJItN. .. r .;' "-('L.ttiS I'ASriKNiJKR: : .\C'C '(UUJ- Wo refer by l>t'rllll-"Iu'l to the City 1'...t>
To and from Savannah at 10..154. and Ma.CoiiiucU niitetcr, ami to tho SuH-rintciidfiit| of the
his m.
acquaintance. )Ir. Clarke assured at Lake lty with trains on theFlorida RATIONS. ..
l't t-OIMce! In Wiultington
2.1SP. in. >lolJl'llrcJ'r.lfv.itJ1
.. us that the building of the road is a certain. 11\1.11"5.. 1'1.\. (Vntral Jtail..1 for Jacksonvilleand Through Tickets and !Stateroom!* MnreceJal rt-Cprtnce circular.' 1641.VlC" !.
M. JoluiM IUn'r.1.111.1111 and (VilarKey
ty and says that it will be a first-class rond ;& .. all information furuMied l at otllcv, eor- ', term*, etc., addn' iL.i; ,
To and from Tallahassee! WILLIAM O. .un:. .
,at 1 I.teu.m: her C-entre and lur'out bire'ets, t.'. A, SNWV&_ tt >.,
in every larticular. The route between ibis and I.Wip m. C.ura'; Pa'wuger'gent.
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I' J .. or not lras"been paid' fir, but it I is Iris!'! duty vovxrr IJLlhIl1R.lTIO1' socfKTIKS. : J'E."Ul.1 .
/: : 'rUB :]FLORIDA MIRROR may ll\'OI'\, ,' \., May t( 1331. 11 JS
; to sell the personal property' The KHh section : if,1. }'. -

<\>' make" all taxes due and payable on or Most of the newspapers: in the State have DEVH FitiKsn fll"rr. CHAPTER 3210.-SCti0ny. I 17 to U.An :
kindly) inform
1ATLR1)Al) JUNK mi. : : the "segment and CollectioniU'venlie. f
.1' ': 4, Wi01 act (
:' II ,- .... -. ,,- alter the l'1t day October, and the collector urged upon the people their respective! ] sections me what I is the I'Ilt: for the orange fo .

.P: : ..It I; I i ii \ CANAL ACROSS VLOlllItA.. I ii empowered; to collect )by sale nil taxes (the formation of county immigration crop, the coming season, in [I.nuWanu ? I OF A'sKS-SOIl.
,. \tl The of canal the peninmi which. remain unpaid: oil the I l"t day of Jan !societies t l accordance I l ) with I u the recommendation I know of nllH of my old acquaintances whowould tl. 17. 1!we'n the first day of March f
:, i la! project u nero of be as \l'l able us yourself to give unreliable and the first day of July, in each year, the
/', ., i'bff4. : I hi of Florida !Is a very old project' and I hast !'! uary.We ( the Commissioner.: The attempt inflrlllaliI; so }have taken the lib- 'assessor! I in i each county shall u ccrtau, by

,: f'iiM' 'I'I been t mooted, from lime to 1 111111'1 ever since "hall conclude t the remainder. of the will doubtless be made I in many counties, Cray M/f writing to you.We I. diligent inquiry'! the names of all (the taxable

II.;:; ,:.' : I I Florida was acquired from Spain i The, fact law next week. We would\ bo glad: to have but in many it will prove u failure, becauseof ; of the are loW able cities to without send our l fruit to I bulk any persons in his county, and also all their taxable -
real estate
;', t ,I :, ( miles the views of some of'OHf tax-payhiIg' readersin the well-settled fact that what is! breaking heour L and all taxable
/ ; ;J that saving of distance of over 00 every and this year has proved that section to ,Iropcrlv. : first day of March of such

; 't would L be made l hy all vessels for the Julf, reference to its! defects! and aurcnlnlents.LIiTOlll.I \ body's business\ is nobody's.! :Societies will best market.: The Louisiana fruit, however nnd ( make out nn assessment roll

\ i 'I and the ndllitiunnland great advantage. I he formed and eke out a brief existence: and (controls the market until about the year of all 11111 And the nsscssor t..

:';: 1 : I very L CO RRISI' ).\' )];.\"( ];, leave no' sign. The trouble will be first January, so that our earlier shipments !!>uII it and inspect all real estate
the Florida reefs
of the of hat'I
: ff escaping!! perils : heretofore have been to New York or unlesshe
,: / valuation ,
;; ( 1' { national To one whose: experience ( to too much will bo attempted, and tll'rl.f3r'l'ry Iloston from .. bo before anil'!: :
I 11 das made the !subject one import (, necessity.\ As far as ('al is I personally acquainted with
Florida 1'111'1,1tlll'llllgh ( previously
the times when travel to was have
1 \ little be accomplished. And judged, arc going'to good
a ,
ance. Thc first! surveywas!' : made more than yet, the WI crop its value.SKC. .
those staunch and wl'llotTit'l'fc.tpackt suggestion is ali it occurred to me (that if the orange trees shall l down i in the assessment
II r fifty years!! ago, and, the last was made by a very important and usefulone ; : 18*. He set
in I "I
New York toSa- Louisiana were as much I injured I, I havebeard to
from :
: brigs running I roll in columns,
v' and, and according
: the United States! ncntengiluercorpsin ought, we believe could 1<<1, to by last winter's cold, that the crop : separate he obtain
the best information can :
1't' vannah with varying III ,
I 1iil.'l1rloll'4/ !> points have been had. in weekly, voyage some extent, bo acted upon with admirable there would not. be large enough to Interfere The of the taxable ot'
Ii ,,\ I ''I length from live to fifteen days, and when with What would be 1st. persons
: results.If us. ? district
view, from .St. Marks to Tampa on the Julf your opinion the county and the number of their -
and riveron travelers to St. Augustine! !sought the accommodation some'few in each would We are here progressing slowly but surely .
coast,, and the St. Johns tit larks persons county
'i! ',' rr of the packet !schooners" ) Mrphen I take the matter in hand, call I thinkand feel well !satisfieditb, ( our tl'I' "II. A description of each tract ur parcel I ofland t
the Atlantic coast t a public\
: 1 H, ; and J-'ranch Captain' Coxctter, it I Is really tion, especially! : after going safely through to be taxed, specifying under appropriate
+ + ,
I I ,; That the t peninsula i I N not a dead l level I is! meeting, and at such meeting, whether such I winter as the last. )Our trees were heads the township', range and section in
,, I r I I 't wonderful to realize! the fact that leavingtbebanks attended by few not hurt, but wo were unfortunate enoughto land lies if into hits
t well known, and consequently tidewater many or make a full which the or llh'ih.t
I 1 of the St. Johns after breakfast ,by the have 00 boxes of fruit the We the office
1 '{ cunal could hI made without a wlllle.l'hnll-. organization, and! select nn efficient committee : on tree" und blocks as Jell or !I'corlllll il
: ;1 comfortable) and pleasant'! Waycrosstruin.one I however, gathered them as !'011 as possibleafter of the i derk of Circuit Court t.hrl the
: j ja nel of great depth, the elevation at any of from three to five, with full power to the freeze, and 200 of them proved to of lot and block, and the fut cash
f.1 reach Savannah in time for dinner/ The "lmber
point north of''the t WCIIty-l' ghI h ilegreb of can : act. Let this committee divide their work, he luarkell"I'Ve have always'!! felt that value of each lot, tract o parcel.3d. .
.q : contrast between the luxurious train and thecountry half we time ingathering our number of and parts of an
latitude not being less: than :seventy feet, one to gather facts and reliable statistics 'oul The acres!
(through which it eoultlulTtt.1 crop, now shall: probably do so, as the can be ascertained,
I passes: all near y same
eH'1 acre as
I while at Lake City it is! :2f!fI>(0 feet, and at !and the other half to obtain funds to it is I
likely tole before haveanother lots nnd
If.I '. ly lie greater. Probably no 70 miles, of country manyar: !! we unless the land is divided into
} Okefucnokec Swamp 120:: ) feet, at Ilaldwin, print several thousand copies of a four or !such winter. On the whole, we blocks ns filed in the office of the clerk of

1 47, at Highland 20( at starkc 150! ), at Archer could he found east of the Mississippi: so eight-page pamphlet and, about, all will bo I consider I the cold to ben blessing rather than the ounl'ourt..

t utterly devoid of interest! alternating between otherwise, for it has killed a great insects 4th.( The number acres improved orcul-
: & 70, nt Itrnnson 27. accomplished- can now be expected' J
t h which the previous warm winters'had
two classes of land of the worst description tivated.
;\ ; I I Canals!! of all sixes! have been' suggested\ although These parnpblcti: can bo placed, with the multiplied until they were becoming quite 5th. The number of neat and stock cut
: (
r have in Florida :
!I i :I f !; the prominent i<<1c.IUI/ !! been ship we or icorgia, poor Commissioner! of Immigration to be distributed ( annoying I and expensive to keep in subjection. .

:, ; I: canal, and latterly ,a barge: canal l has! been sand ridges and low I' 'pressIltllgh:'\ and with other matter from his office, During/ the pre\lnul winter, the lot te(tjtli.; The number of horses! asses and I
The road from the St. Johns to tender vines were not injured, and of
: 11"'I'l.ti mules.
of occasional discussion Surveys und cnn bo I distributed t the of
the by the
: subject : !people
: ,' PI the St. Marys traverses! along the heads of all kinds were as happy as possible. There( is 7th. The number ofshe'p and goats
were made across the country: from St. county. The pamphlet ll\JuldlJe a reliable one pest, however-the lHal.r-hug-we shall th. The number of swine

,, ; !. i Johns!'! river to Cedar, Key about 1H53: byf.iellt'nallt)1. the various streams, which, issuing! out of statement of the condition of the county ; Itl have to fight, fur while all above ground 9th. The value of all household and kitchen ,

t, swamps, run into the St. John, the Nassau its actual ( been killed, we find there have enough furniture, books, watches, silverware,
I. I L. Smith, United. Mates engineer productions, actual facilities for .
', .. and thc St. Marys. Crossing the St. Marysthe buried, about thc wild fennel roots, in possession or at t('re t', I!
Iellpet. :
for canal and Colonel I It. S. transportation, cost of I living, price of labor moneys \ I
i a ship by Florida hank of the river is a high bluff; :lppl)seeds) for many' groves besides our tul invested! in trade) including notes, accounts -
f Fremont, under direction of icncral (Mil- market value of various crops at home, an : oa u. far as possible, we try and keep and mortgages.10th. .

: ''t \ more, in IKill! from St. buys( river to41.: .. and the Jeorgia :side n long) low swamp, honest statement of the health of the locality I the land clean of weeds among (the trees!, but The full cash value of the taxable
which is bridged by long but rather the ants take good cure of the mealy owned to be taxedto
over a personal property by or
i Marks The substance of t the report of the spread-eagle discounting of the future ue
< bug, hiding awnil ( crevice such as provided by law.
:"I high, trestle. From the St. Marys( to Way- every persons I
latter survey u as to route was : .\ line I or paradise: description[ no glorificationor crack in the bark, it i is almost impossible to Sie.: 1s.! \\'h1 lots situated in any city or t

from the St. Marys( river along the southern cross the road runs through a flat, very poor comparison: but plain truth, and with as destroy (them 111.'c manage; to keep t them ,'iagl or in any town or plat, shal he as

country, skirting the! great (OkefenokceSwamp. in subjection, Illl one cannot expect the city, village, which
edge of the Okefcnokee Swamp, thence to much condensation! as possible. An eight- : Stl o
I much without for it not ibs-
working are situated shall be specified in the assessment
riiiwaneo river at mount's ] thenco to pamphlet neatly printed would cost they ae
\ \ Ferry, I page : complain.

1'< / I I :Ht. Marks-whole distance from mouth of Thc work on t hc'IIYI'ro road t is well about $100 for 5,000.( They should be put (olIlllo We shipped\ last !'ca"ol 1,000 boxes, lacking SF:(. 20.roll.Wh1 any <'flOI is assessed us a

r Ht. Marys.( 170 miles." done, and when ballasted and trestles filled I in wrappers: with postage stamp on them. :3, and were obliged, to throw away about trustee, guardian, or executor, or ullllltrtor

I Ii up, will be a solid substantial: road, admitting 300 boxes frosted oranges This year we expect ( a designation of his
Ocncrul Honor) suggested;:: as IlIlaltl'I'IIU' Postage included, the cost for o.OOO, will ( boxes if the I is favorable ; Ieprcttcnlntn'dWT.ter
( of a high rate of speed. The great increate :iH' te-n'ol "shall be to na1C, I
tive line striking the (iulf at the mouth of not exceed $150.
: I i.s trouble had winter such assessment entered a
i 'heT one we last lall'e upon separate I
of travel to Florida !
the J Finhullovvay, river, reducing the distanceto willgivcnn\ amplepatronage The commissioner of immigration; is doing we (hud never calculated upon-that i is, high line from assessment! v ;

1 about ICO( stiles The advantages of this !; to this new short route. To one everything in his: power to arouse an (interest water. This has blCI our 1 ruin once, and and lie shall be assessed for such real estate I

I class of travelers the speed /astiruiuyw/ ill in the subject immigration\ and wisely we supposed we were safe here in that re held bv him in such representative character I

t route WItill' certainty of an ample supplyof recommend 1 this route, while t to another( the says it I is the business! of every section to 1'pec. Many of the Florida ponds( and lakes ut the full value t thereof, anil for all the

water from the Okefenokce Swamp and speak' for itself, und furnish the information outlets! in openings! in the bottom, personal property so held by lam in such.
the :Suwanec/ river for feeders the saving greater comfort and enjoyment of till'il'a: necessary! to direct attention to theirsection.His called "sinks." These} sometimes become representative character.

1 ( of the greatest possible; distance; : and the Island\: Route Fcrnandina will be (pre office should t be the point' of distribution clogged and stopped by loatllj logs, as was SKC.: :1 I. If the land assessed, be less or other -

t ) i ferred. There will be ample patronage for of information. The collection of It. must! the case of a neighboring Last winter than I subdivision according U the United i
h certainty of an existing and reliable harbor mainly the and Iftlll'\' with here which the is divided
both routes! and it wOIII.II'l'h good policy for depend upon' people'\ was a"el'y rainy one us States !ln'Cunll'"' same
j I ft on tic Atlantic. are indifferent or neglectful; they cannot caused this! lake, without outlet, to over- into lots or blocks; ns filed or recorded in
the two routes to agree to receive each other'scoupons complain. How the around and the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court, so
The canal was estimated to have a depth ______ __ country fnlll1y.
t and allow those ]holding return force an outlet into our Orange that it thereby can be definitely described,
of bottom width, of
24 feet 210 feet with
I I u tickets: to take either route. All flle1itlrvln'n \ CONIC L IXO-VL.1 IT.Tho I is now draining a much larger section thanit it !hat be described! ns definitely ns the as!-

lu aide slopes of one or one and one-half Joct, quarrel Iw'tween :Senator Conkling was! ever called upon to do before. Our I'Sso describe it.
to travel increase its volume and\ rail-
.live J locks with! a lift of' :21 feet, and (J of 1 HI ; and the administration( has out the pasture land has 11'el under water most of SEC. 22. I shall be sufficient to describe!
road and steamboat companies! now find it the winter, which has hard t times for lands in relative to assessing! ,
lifts and 350 feet
feet in length, with a 111'11' .111Tl'I'l'Lillj'
to their advantage( t ; to give every facility l for I fact that :Mr. Conkling and his friends, overrated our stock, though the "dry except ud\'(' sumo for taxes, by

guard lock at cadi) end, where the canul: enter the free movement of t travel. his standing in the party and bUstrength I tho lower edges.I The water is going the common initial letter, abbreviations

y, the rivers The total coil was estimated in the New York legislature. That down rapidly now. and we may not he troubled figures, to designate the township, range, section -
One drawback t tlllll1 railroad ''rll\'I'111I travel the
a were anxious for a or part of a section, nnd nlso the number
at.50,000) )X>M o.ft ). ll.'e quite
Mouth is the intolerable smoke of .the loco virtuous body, i i.s composed of Conkling I t and l time-so much so that we began to examinethe of the lots and blocks, us filed or recorded

I is probabo' | that no other route north of motive. The heat of the weather renders! itabsolutely nnti-Conkling menSeveral ballots' have possibility of improving the outlet to in the otfice of the clerk of the Circuit

Okecliobec could) furnish a supply of water the windows. been had and only u scattering of forces our own lake. This can bo done though; at Court.

I for : etinal., unless: tide-water canal : necessary to keep : considerable expense, and ready money is SEC. 23. The comptroller, shall prepare
shown., The first ballot the :2d of June
1 was contemplated' which, /from the leva- open' ami the speed of the train 11111)1'<'11 on not very Ill'Itlull1 FlorhhWe hope that blank assessment roils which shall bo forwarded

{ windows! causes: the smoke to draw into and was as follows : as the la )' unusual season! that to the several (a""e"sor. previous to

lion of the Intervening:; ridge would :appear through the car, filling the eyes: ;and the nose Conkling :31, ..TIt'O"2: ; Wheeler W! Rogers we may not be troubled any more. the first: day of March, for l'ae. and c\'rf' (

ita practicable.TIIK, 11, Cornell:! Fenton, I 1'omeroy 1, KdickFolgcr I hear that sugar planters'' prospects are year, or us soon after the adjournment of (lie
to the great discomfort of till' 1t'l\'l'Ic'r. The 1, Crawley 1, '\' Treinaine 2, not the ll..t fluttering this season, with legislature u'lla)' be Irltll'ahlc.
inventor who shall find and introduce a 1 Dutcher Lapbum 1 Fish 1. SEC: 21. Every !'
i 9 RRYILI'ULA11': Chapman I. danger!; of high water 'among other discouragement : Jl' require any
ir remedy for this greatest of all discomfort in The follow hag is the vote to till t the vacancy *. I have had enough person giving in the amount or list of his:
,,'to l'xlcrlel.o
continue the of the
publication: I''C11110 1
personal: to make oath before him
in that din'dlol to be ,' lIICI.tr:
law this week, including sections! 17 to railway t trlvelinisvillconferablcssiugnponhi. caused by t'latt's( resignation : with th(1 heartily. 1 should be 1 glad!; \ to exchange that the !' full and correct,' and anyperson

41. This! portion of tho law i is of great: general race und. make a j,1I111111l.lfor himself! Platt :2:*, Kernan: 53. Dcpew 2S, Cornell, with them for sOle of their rich refusing to make such. oath shall not

't The building of the Waycro.- road is: due Lapham 8 4, Kvarts: :2.! Ward :Folger; 3, Crow- soil, if it did not bring I with it so disadvantages : be permitted afterwards to reduce the valuation -

interest. to the sagacity and energyof Colonel I Ilaines Icy ,'.1, Miller !n, I IIf. Dutcher! :2!, Wadsworth :2!, (S. to than counterbalance.many made by such assessor of his personal

i U will be observed that by section 17 tho Sloan 1, J. Van full I, David Rumsey 1, :Since I left Louisiana IIIlf' haven railroad, property for that year. The us r80r shall
the able and etlleicnt head of Savannah: 'Ol
Fen ley I. assess: of the real estate in their
owner of real estate is not required, as formerly and no doubt other improvements, the:111 re-
to ntllx u value to hii real estate under Florida it Western Railroad: 1, The road has The joint session then proceeded to take which I hope bringsyon prosperity, as: well spe counties

been rapidly built without resort'' to hlllllli ('rnpl'l'at another vote to fill the : occasionedby others.. 1 In your business, traveling us Sec 25. All personal estate liable to taxa
oath but tho Ii to fill vacancy ,
assessor required ( ; tion, the value of which shall not have beensprcitie(1
much do the railroad must I boa
(braid of kind from State: as you great
f the full cash ,'nl"eIf each lot, tract or par any 011 unless the resignation: of Conkling. Mr. Cowles satl ns ( I should under oath us aforesaid, lie
l'aetlol regards 'olfortnntt hal
the almost worthless gift of public lands changed his vote from Conkling to Cornell. estimated by the assessor: at its'true value .
t cel. This, from the nature of Hut case, i is ; hope to till up the country with new
1m l considered aid if it shall load h11 according to his best and in-
I i. out of the power of the assessor. All he The vote was as follows : I IC\'I'r ul.letoOI wvhty'Stout h. formation. judgment

to: their going upon our tax lists: : it will belie For Conkling 33: Wheeler 17, Jacobs .3:!, Wltl'r l/misiunu was so little known toiutusigrants
f can do is to establish a ratio of \alue, and homes. SEC. 2'>. If any assessor, when making his
It (: :State: which receives the benefit. )Ir. O. Bradley 1, Rogers 1,1.: Cornell 2O, Fenton 3, seeking new assessment discover that
endeavor to make bis valuation in
> ("llInlllllll Yours, respectfully, :hal any lane
II, Foster, of Jacksonville, is the vice-presi- others scattering.The :SVMPSO.V. his county omitted in the
equitable as possible. Literally 'oll..lrlll'Ct, CI\SIU:1 l"tIl'Itrol
second vote for the successor to Flatt of all of
dent of that of the road \\liicli lies in
tho cash \'nhll'-ur other words, the value part resulted follows Our friend fund correspondent, who wrote years, lta.r.. then II llrl'c IrcviOUi
cash down-of real fc.st.vto outside of towns I"lorlc1OIUO forty mites as : us the above as a private letter, to obtain information : shall, in to the assessment of I such
The sale of the Atlantic .t:: Uulf; Hailroad, Platt 2 s, nl'pl'31, Kenyan 52:!, Cornell 83.and : about the prospects' of the Louisiana nlllliol the
and <'Ith'i'11111.1 bo very little indeed. It is the remainder 1"lllur )year assess same separately -
lcatl'ri 1.t.; : orange( crop I! this l year, ainl nt tmade 6e same .
I for such
and its! L paving into such hands as those ofMr. year or years t that it
one of the incurable defects of this with may
1 systemof tune to comply promise long ago been SIunsittedat
1 have the
just value theret
l Plant, Colonel 1 Ilaines and their associates 1
CAXAL. to let ns know how he and brother were getting
assessment.! Tho n.s-sosor: must do hU .1 UAttOK of in such year, noting distinctly the

(best! and alllx a rl'u'ionlhto'lIllie, In case of has! been great benefit to Florida railroad Tho great expense of a !ship canal has suggested alonp in their new home, must pardonus when shums:r t1 occurred ; and such year!!
for publishing the While it givesus IeS""llIt
t improved lands his task! I is easier, but for connections.LVMHVJl. us: a .substitute barge canal. The di- the opportunity to'all'publicly state facts, shall have the same force and ef
fect n.it would l have hud if in
wild l lauds: be can do little more than make FItKiailTS.A 11'nionU; cotl'l by Colonel Fremont fora recently come to our kuowl'llge.lolt theeffect the same wits olilitl'tl. and mull taxes shall year be

a kind of average.Section harjl' canal are a Ih'lth of eight feet, with of I.t winter's UpOl VHi.ialll 11\11'.1/\11 ( th'rcllI in like manner
number of the anlllllah"fit. the letter itself is interesting
recent : -
: tho 1 > The very and together with the taxes of the in
:27 requiie.s uvsc.ssmcnt roll to a ) width of route suggested year
the relative of lumber to all who are !in any way concerned in which l the assessment t'is
gives us rates freight( on I made but hinds
bit the first of l Colonel Fremont i is to have its ; no
completed( by day July. : by orange culture, us it deft0astruter the be assessed for

Section: : contains the form of the warrant from different )ports on tho Untie and eastern terminus: at Camp Pinckney on the ririff Florida over l.nli..inlH for this hut of taxes, and 101'nil lands than shall three bo years'sub

(giveu to tint collcctorand requires him flu IfPensacola: Marys river, thence to llilly's lake inOkefenokce ject to such taxes omitted to hI assessed,
tnt'W:' York..........$ ,).oo per in. It. IIIClatrhnOrr the first hard freeze of IlItwhoI'r '
to collect the "taxes set down in said l roll Swamp.tiicnce 3.45 wot to F.Ilaville hnnd.lll) may curve
Cedar Key to :New' York....,..... lll.lllll'l'r 11\, l i week, we carefullyexauunel $.:C'. :27.! The (
opposite their name\ and to the "''cn'nIII'Jr'- Jacksonville: to :New' York....... i IIIIl11'I'r) in.Fernandina thence to the.\ucillt river. The summit many trees, und concluded they sessment rolls J of"I'iO their "Iml c'olllll
t eels of land: therein described)," and in case to :New' York....... 7.0pcrm.) level will begin about MX: miles west of wl'rt not seriously hurt-that they wouldouly ; before the first Monday, 'of July in every('minor

of failure to pay, the collector is to "I'.OlIl'tt Kill;';'s Ferry, St. Marys river, toNew ( I'inckm-y, and terminate about seven hose their foliage and some of the more year, in which day each assessor shall meet

york......... ......... ........, 7.5 per m. Camp iflluville tender; twigs. Many others expressed' the with the board/ of
the same by levy and sale of the fUt*/.* and ltruns wick to :New' York........ 7.50 tar in.Doboy miles cast of )) jh ill: 1 long rcn.1If same opinion, and were congratulating ourselves the derk'l utllce of county their) respective commissioners:ut

chatUh, lauds und tenements, so assessed.! .......................... ........... i.[I> perm. 74 miles, and, n "l'tI1Il''d of:30 miles at escaping t so well, when, this spring, fur the purpose of reviewing the counll.s

jtiiJij U hay been the custom of tax collectors Savannah ............ ......... ......... ;.:?."> per ,,,. 31 locks with a length of I INI I feet und a lift many; trees Wt'rl found t to he HIM to theirott'itl. out! may continue such review from: ( day to.
There i is doubt I in mind) that
throughout the State, il1l'\I'r, )' case; where It would thus appear that the rate of of IC\'t11 feet.iatislutjlSSluio.Tho total CI.t of with the barge additional this injury was done late in the season, after day for for one that week, or so long ns "hal be necessary .
ttinaUi"I U' an -
ruul ">tnU'vu.. returned in connection with freight upon our leading article of export, expenditure of $1,tiII.1 II 10. stuired the ilalll'lllll'lIl''C1 to gctate, )the of any IlfOI considering purl"Il'11; him ul clf aggrieved!request; ,

personal" L property, to advertise the real) estate sawed lumber, is less than: at any other port for the improvement of the St. Maryland winter' cold was not only unusually severe if such iHrson Ihal not previously' have

to pay (Iho tuxes upon both the real and on the coast. This is undoubtedly owinj; to Aucilla ri.I.,1 the extra cuttings ;uud l but protracted. to an \lbl.t: length, into made oath n> value of the personal

jiersonal This is contrary to the the safe and I liar- aqueducts; in all 'about six and ollhllf"Illunlf spring.The : property assessed to him pursuant to thisehat.ter
Jij Jijr property.I capacious entrance to our particular fact referred to as leavingrecently
ul of
dollars: or "mt one-eighth : t"t assessor may, on oath
directions of the warrant, and diametrically\ bor und the moderate port charges This a come' to our knowledge is thisIven : : ) m til" reduce the as provider
hil'l'alul chapter
the und oldest
: have suffered
largest, trees
to the the law. is made to ,
i oj'jvjscd! principle fact is of great importance, us illuMratingthe us sew rely us arty and whole groves, I person to the sum sl l.'ifiCt r

E s much better if u farmer return livestock and value of thlll'ort ustt liunlior shipping (tort, OI.Xt": CUl.Trll "I.tHlll which have 1".1 in profitable bearing for under such oath, except in ea es where the .

a farm, that n horse or a cow should(' soldto und) indicates (the very great increase in that .I.\ l.OVISIAXA. many years, are now dead to the root. oath l Larson us hereinbefore assessed shall have refused to make

l'athe taxes than: the house over the trade to be expected by pursuing a liht'rull'Lllil'li Our r'u.tl'r will doubtless b much interest Here und there, some largo trees. both old Stv. :2S. The provided.
and have strangely county 'I"'mll"sill1 of each
Iih : imea,l4 of hi-i wife und children. As! it is provided | ht port charges,: good ,pilotage, ? I HII the """j.III'tl t"'rrt"luIIIl'11'I'letWt't'U | while young the adjacent ones wcrl. killed" injury Water county: shall meet ut til. ote.on the

in section M "that assessors and col- with steam-tugs Illltll'UlltIIlUI'lllllll'rU\ :'ol.t .III "I, "f r"ll" seems to have availed but little lint Monday.of July each year pur
t."l'liH'>I shall pursue! the Instructions! which of the bar- The difference in fnight* between )Ir. (iiliuoi.-. ,.1 i lal.i ui';.iiui Suynf li.wl. Irul'till. imt, und we much regret to say estate pose equalizing, ) the assessment of the real

j time be would' ih'M-.. ir.md reliable that the injury to orange trees in Louisiana r '\\t'th'e coun&I"I and to
uwy: iVuu' time l> lran inllte tu IVnsocola! und Fernandina! fcj per I t-oem ilia) that this hear all j IarSons w )' aggrieved and
was so great year, nor for some J ;:
tteni by thvv inplrolKT, I'ftl\'it.lt..ltl.c ""umuar \ thousand frt U: equivalent to over twentypercent. orunge-grmvhi iv?i i-.i i j 1111 snore limit- year! to come, will our crop bo able to hurt the board of county conunivsioners may
alter the
.- ill m!( rduic a with the lawvohi>| e The great advuntaso: : IVinandinap el than 1.1" '" .( ('heliualaudlhtdwliiteItIs i the favorite market 0founu'ighls/rsin! Florida. the value of any real estate. And for .

# '-r.ilr! |Ia... i,r will make bU In4riuttui u deep, $'ore h.irlior: and anchorage pn-liUiblo) -Mitficiontly' acclimatized tl L 0 I In fact. we onoidi'r-tbe orange crop of I the real punof estate equalizing in their the av** inent of

I a this oint to within ..lthYt'r r nn "ttivtf th I < <8 so definite yn l as enft three unit* u: the upon soar 'I uloii) jwu hit rejoice tl.at our Florida neighbors county commissioners a3

'fA> obJiHJc*. It is less trouble.to ilutvlit i )' little uecea.siry detention( undo !in rn- ..iU of "'I"ril prex-nts tin mily I .ure or- fortnnutf I."i..lallwi have to cut some r s,: t ha SET l lo necessary. '
.9. fro'm
-, rur to Atvfrti** the real e twte which may IIf tering or getting to ea, I au-sruwing. rc.i., of their 1tlt I any asM>* If cannot eickueseur attend, at the other time cause 111i .

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place ln'srrilll'tll1hVI': he shall transmit: his for that purpose !shall\ be required to give at A J O II It N A I, I ,1.\ IIS: JI(.GIFFIN. I ri.oitin.i
assessment!: roll to the clerk, and l the cnnntycmnmibsinurrs least ten day!?' notice of the time when he KEPT BYJoux TIL\CTOlt AXU HtTII.lIJU.ll1l'hll 1 : : !,
may review and correct theassessment. shall l attend'at the : It \RTI1\M OF :
-j I
!' t. In cisc I the assessor: : in !such nolieeforlhecollection of tas.es and
county shall fail to qualify, or neglect to any as- hall remain; at each place: at \least 1 four Hotanist to Hi- Majesty: .\ :\ Street, !between Second and Third, +, ,.p*' FUOM FISH) !WALK:, I

scss the property of the county, previous to hour", and shall\ make t two Hits to each }precinct for the Florida ; FKUNANDINA: \1"1.\\ .
the first Monday( In July of any\ \'l'arll !shall' in the county during; the mouths of urox: Orders anti estimates: from a distance Carefully SKA: BKI"g.:A Silk!.i., t

be within the )power and discretion: of the! October and November, and !shall keep his .\ Journey from St. Augustine) attended to. 2-Vtf

county commissioners: to direct the clerk to I olllce open( at the county site, daily, during up) the HiveI' :::::1. ,Iohll:<. PALM 1 NUT, AIJJhATtlt'1'I.1'7flt( : t
make n complete( assessment.: (In case: the the month of \December.SKC. o. s. O.lU'S.COlTIL'TOll :: \
., clerk shall make or complete I assessment Comptroller's warrants and treas; With l Explanatory: :Notes. t Also, FKAT1IF.U: FANS: ,\:xi' FKATIIF.HFLOWF.US : :'
f' he shall perform all the duties: which the assessor I urer's certificates shall receivable, for State AXD IHTILDF.U : ;, OUANOi: STICKS ,

would otherwise: have pet( Ihrmed. I tax proper: J'fwltlfil, That warrants and certificates I t 7ti i. :SF.A SHF.LLS, l ET(', I
I" SEC. 30. It shall lIe the duty of the ass0sjT : issued prior to ..1111 I 1,1171, must -- MVM EVC1TKKS.MOITLDIX

sor in each county, immediately theiissessment I first! be examined' and approved by the board January. This morning was very warm; (;S.; HU'KI'T:4.'IW\ : : AND)) For !sale and made to order :
of the has been corrected constituted Section 1 of Chapter 'JiWl.: :\ .
county : by TIM5XKD 11.LtT1'I.t:\ :CS: XF.WKI.S: : T. 1Y..tNSiLY.It : .
by the commissioners and the Laws of Florida. Orth.ll'on. I the county and a little :showery ; the nuiskatocs! were
( '
: ,
J' 'OUllly. :STAIIl UA1LS I ((\) \MAVF.S-: : ) Centre St., bet. Second and TI i1rll.
, amount to be raised for; State county and treasurer of any county :shall be receivable troublesome, last night, and this morning! the
: t SHF.ATlUNd
and and TUOlHillS. _'0- .. ______________ _" 0 _
school purposes: determined; to calculate by such county for county tax proper, (lies blowed, our meat before 111) clock\ ; the WKATHF.UIIOAUDINU: ] I : -
carry out the! several amounts of such taxes orders isxucd i! !by the county board of publicinstruction FLOUt ;\1" '1' It YV
in separate columns: prepared for that purpose \ !shall l he received: in the counties: ticks creeping IIlttlliz.lI.tlK running\ about our vM:I IN(O. : I,

: in the assessment! roll :setting opposite( where such orders are i issued: for; county tent ; we staid here all day to haib.icito our

valuation school taxi" meat (to H'r11"1 down the riser, which Stair uii l Church WorkA A.L(hIM t.\NN'S\ \
of real and personal estate the respective Sir. 3S. Xo collector of any county shall \
if not cither by
would \
\ preserved
sums assessed!': as taxes thereon In dollars either directly indirectly purchase: or receive soon spoil i :SPF.CIALTY. !
and cents, rejecting the fraction\ of a in exchange any comptroller's: warrants lire or !salt and of which last 1 1H' had only -.UlOlJo\-. \ :

cent if less than one-half, and counting as treasurer's:\ certificates county orders, enough to season our victuals with it ; I1Otl:4'I)\ : \ \\O\\' FUAMF.SOF ::

one cent fra'lion"\ol'ollc-hall'anll over. )He( jurorscertitieatesorschool district orders! fast walked to l'l'I'alwarll1 ) ALL SIXKS.Tost ; l-rt'luu.t.1 ..'1011 r.
mined see
shall also add, up all the columns Jof assess.luent for a less! amount than expressed on the face yet we omce !lox! Iii, ,
and taxes contained in the assessment of :such order or demand ; anIIIII'Il'h person springs on (the west-end of the lake, jail I 1't.J'ltHlltlinFIll.: ---- .

rolls\ and make therein !such' rccapitularv so offending shall, for each. (otic-nee be one of which, was: about K'orVt\' yards broail. \ -- -
tables! as maybe required' )by the comptrol! deemed guilty of a misdemeanor\ and on lit the head and held the :same: width (for "..00yards "..... 1'.I1 -;, ONLY FIVF" : CKNTS: : I'KU POUND.
ler. And the said assessor: shall make out conviction thereof !shall l be fined in a sum I
the lake without much current
down to
two fair copies of !said assessment roll\ when not less t than one t thousand dollars, nor more t.....,... "" '
c ''
j't t, thus completed, and shall annex to the orig than ten thousand dollars, and be removed (the head. )being near even with tin aR ORDER:: F"RCM us t)1: EQ' I'

1" final and to each copy tbeatlid.ivit in section from'olllce.Sr.i lake ; the water had a greenish cast, was / ,.. I ,
1 j" thirty-two: of this act, which copies, with the -. :'Ml.! The ('tlllplmlh'rIHlII: furnish} the very loathsome, and full of great gar-fish: ; $, (' i l'd ., ------ ,- -,----- -
{ original, he shall turn over to the )board of collector with a receipt book' with stubs, - [ J. county commissioners"! at a meeting to beheld which shall: he in the following:: 1'01'11Tax \ : the other rises near hall'II mile from tin ?: JOIt PUINTIXd: in every style, and\ at

: on the first 1 Monday in August; of each receipt. $--.1-\-:\ lake, and hath u middling fallery convcnient DAVID LANDRETII & SONS, Phlladolohla Pi. i t t lowest rales, at the Mtunoit olllce.1M .

l i' and every year, for that purpose' at which Uct'eived ..I' -- for his Statetultt I to turn a mill with a little dam having -- -
f" .., meeting the county commissioners\ shall examinenndcuniparesuchoriginalamlcopie county taxes for the year I IS- on real and. Hoods
high )banks on ('al'hillt': and no '
; +, personal property 11:s 1 follows : ) ]POUT ANT: NOTICE' !
and cause the assessor! who :shall attend Poll tax........... ......... .................. can hurt it, as: the mill may )be, near half i& I._, __

such meeting from day to lhl10' correct all State tax propel......... ......... ....... mile from the spring-head ; the worst: is, the .
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mistakes and inaccuracies in descriptions: or (:icncral :sinking fund and interest stream is full small there i is: u fine large ey-
i' of other character : and after such books: tax........... ......... ......... ............ ;
shall have been examined and corrected 1, the :Special:: :sinking fund and interest pre s-swalllp on each !side' close to the lake, J.
I!, board of county commissioners: !shall' endorse tax ......... ......... ...... ................. (the farthest of which is: about half a mile i

i i on them a certificate that they have so State school tax......... ........ ...... this fine :stream bath five! bends the banks
i, examined them and that they are correct. County tax proper....... ............... three of the Are receiving immense additions to their already 11I1' stock ofSPRING
to 1< or l.i 1 foot perpendicular
I which certificate shall )be signed by at leastI County :school tax.. ...... are ;
I three members of the board; and.l the assessor : For public county buildings....... heads boil up like a pot impure white sand, SUMMER

i shall then issue" and. annex to one off -, every minute it boils: up above (the !>I\\'fal'lIuf AND GOODS

f said books the warrant; herei1)afterpruviiled, Aggregate State tax.......... ........... :w:: the pond or basin, then the sur ,
and a copy of :said warrant shall\ be recordedin Aggregate county tax......... ......... common '
of land rnnti11ing5anll !slips' : into the ca\ily, whichpl'cs.c Men's and 'Youth's Clothing .
the minutes of the boird. of 1'011111.1'0111'missioners Description: paid on : -- ,
-, : down the :spring until the water below -
I H :c. ::31.! The assessor :shall transmit one Collector of Rei'vii tie. is collected (1'1'011thl:' back under-groum I'UOM: I.OW-PIMCKD\(( ) TO) FINK[ : ( !OODS.Dltr.SS :;.

copy to the comptroller and the other t'o The collector.shall, on the l payment\ to htm to force the !sand and
which the warrant shall bs :added, shall\ he of any taxes: fill out the above form of re :stream so strong as e.oons-\: ami complete :stock, consisting: : of Hl'MMKU SILKS,
delivered the collector of and ceipt'taking a of the same on the stub water above the! ('ollll1onlIrl'al'l": :so that
to revenue ; copy :
the original shall\ he tiled in thc ollice of the to be' retained by him, and deliver the receipt there is a continual periodical' motion ; om
clerk of the circuit court. to the ttx-,/payer. The collector shall of these: springs: was so warm, that alt I Ill' I Iwas I DINKS:: SWISSKS:;: : TAULKTANS( : : VICTORIA and PKUSIAN: LAWNS lit low i>rI<>ON.ISnrgitiiiM .

., :Six:; a:: When the: assessurshall. havccompletcd also keep a cash hook, to be furnished by the, in sweat it seemed warm to in SmiiiMor SHU*-from s Fifty Cents: upwards.Gents' ,
: a yet tity
his assessment and made copies thereof comptroller\ and enter an exact and true
he !shall attach to each an affidavit, to betaken copy of the stub on his receipt book in his hand ; they are all of them warm, and of a Fine :Furnishing Goods a Specialty J
cash: book and shall note on his: tax roll the
before some person authorized by law loathsome: taste" their sediment i is white, am '

to administer oaths, which shall be in. the payment wilfully return thereof;to maul the if any comptroller collector\\ shall and one may: :smell them tit many yards dis Our Improved\, Dollar Shirt, is the bI" unsurpassed, in fit and quality >

following I form : commissioners unpaid tax tance. ItleiicluMl tacit Itrotiii Cotton; at Wholesale Prices. Fruit ol boom lit ;
: as
State of Florida, County of-. county any
Personally appeared before me which has been paid to him, he shall l be Kith.( Very cold windy day, the lake hcinj IO <.('!!(Si ; IO-1 NlK'ClillgN' ti5: OVIllN.

of for who. guilty: of a misdemeanor! and on conviction hunt .\ case splendid Standard I'rintN at 6 roiitN 'urd.
assessor: taxes county, so rough that we could: notstir: ; :so our per

being contains duly : true description
of all persons a : : and property in the months. or by fine not exceeding one thou dried the skin. :Spring :Samples:( now ready ; :ISKt) styles I -sixty( of them from ljI5'" to >ftlSS.; : per Mull.

above county of subject to taxation sand dollars. 17. Fine still morning, and moderate. Setout Fit guaranteed.
liable to he assessed: therein and SEC.10. All taxes shall be due 1U1I11a(1- ,7'I: : il to establishment will convince (that while, do
or and rowed up till Jake ; past: by a lonj our you we not sell
ble on or after the first! (laot' October of!
that made the by him valuation, are just thereof and correct.; so far as were each and every year and i the collector: is point of marsh with a ?hammock of palm infeiior. ONt' Dry Goods: llonis from II ill no to

Sworn to and :subscribed before me this hereby vested! with the power, and it shall projecting nut (from near the west-side of the I Florida. .

day of A. I D. HIS be his duty to collect by levy and sale of lake, it )being' supposed, to'be ah \island front U 9X- *"* '.f.I *. TP3T h. JC. 1D :m:f ,
either real or personal \property till taxes I that
SEC. collector:JJ.!; To the of ass-essmcnt warrant roll deliveredto under remain unpaid on the first\, day of .b tllHIry. which is extended numerous little turfs: of New York Office, y) .-r* / N.K.: Cor. Centre and Third Sts.,
the revenue a
,the assessor shall be annexed in the following Collectors of revenue may appoint\ a deputy grass!' a great way farther into the lake mull Ht: Will kC'I'I"t'I'I'l.! f ( Fcrmmdiim, Fla.

form, to-wit : or several deputies! to levy upon\ and seize in time may unite into a long point ; tin
The State of Florida to collector pC'rsonalpropcrlY for unpaid taxes and each
depth is generally 7 ftititoneplaceS.Ibnut! :
of revenue of the county of : tiCI'II halllla\'e the :same power as thecol- W. A. SANI3OHN.I
You are hereby commanded to collect t from lector'has) in levying upon (ll'rSOI1alproll'r-( cluck we came to the middle lake, amhaving .
ty and u written appointment from the collector the river viewed the ,
each of the persons and corporations named, ; in our going up\' ---
in the annexed roll and of the of with a !statement' (from him of the persons -
owners north-sido and !stinking) !springs, we now I
against whom or the person in whose I
the real estate: described therein, the taxes
coasted I the south-west! or Indian side, which
set down in each: roll opposite I their names name the \property\ is assessed: ( and the I
and to the !several parcels) of land therein amount of taxes due, shall sufficient: warrant \surrounded!: with pine-barrens, inter''perSed\ I I
described and in and authority fur such deputies\ to act, but
; case any person or corpus with some cypress, generally piinrsaiidypalmettoground .-
and it shall not be for a deputy to I
necessary \
ration whom such tax is
upon any take the tax roll\ or warrant anne.xcd thereto iU length may ho near 8!

are shall to refuse collect or the neglect same to by pay levy the and same sale you of with him. miles i and )breadth :J or I ; some small marsh Z I WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, Zi

the goods, and chattels lands+ and tenements 14E('. 11. When personal property\ :shall be points project little way into it, it ii ahoii

so assessed: or of the person or corporation levied upon for; any taxes: I thccollcctorshallgive 10 feet deep l generally so i 1/1 the river, its ;
notice of the t time and 1 of .
public i place
so taxed : and all sums collected bur :State \ ni i
taxes you are to pay to the State treasurer !pale and of the property to be sold, at least course cast! and west : A few l1Iih'Itl.low:\ : i

such time as be required' by lawanti fifteen days previous to the sale I by adver the lake we came to a line rich) low dry Hail Stenmer and Sail
may By
at the same time you are to pay to the county tisement'to: be \posted up in three public bluff; I foot above the water ; it decline ,
places in the county, one of which shall beat O I .o
treasurer! nil sums' collected\ for county i
,'; taxes, and to the treasurer of the county the court house door, where such sale gradually to a fine marsh, near half a tulle .

.' board of public instruction all sums collected \ shall\ be made, at 'public auction and the wide to the pine-land", HillIn! very extensiveprospM .

< ; ,;"'. for school taxes, and you: are further required property sold shall\ oe present I, if practicable! tto the Indian side over marshes: ulld i q I PQ
collections before but at anytime previous to the sale the A LARGE STOCK OF
,, to make nil on or swamps ; this I is the finest: piece of rich dry
i/ ? the first Monday in February on which day owner or claimant of such property may l I observed) since left tin head 1 of I
ground we 1
the the oh'the
release same by taxes
; will make' final report to and !settlement 'payment' : Z
with the comptroller and county com and charges for which the same is liableto i the river ; it produced very good rich grass( I i Z

missioners.Given be sold.: In case any levy shall l be made )palms ullllli\'c-oak\: dry ground maybe I I' I i
as aforesaid, the collector\ shall be entitled to
under Ill)' hand and :seal this R roods wide and 40 I long : here wo cut down
18 the same fees! and charges as arc allowedsherifi's
in the
day year executions.SEC. three tall I'allllol' cabbigc-tre: and 1 cut out
Assessor of COUIII>'. upon :
:; 42.: If.Itie property\ 1 levied upon shall l the top bud the white tender )part or the rudiments I FUBNITU.IE L I
)If for any cause such warrant and a-scss-: he sold for more than the amount of taxes ,
., 00
ment 1'01Itallnot\ : he delivered to the collector costs and collection (If fees, the "urphlK shall\ : of the Jrl'utI'lln\ ", which will he nor I I 00

of revenue on or before the first day be returned to the person in whose possession 7 foot long when full grown, and the I r I J

of October of any year, or the collector ofrevenue : the !said l'wpl'rty[ was when the levy palmed part 1 lindiamitcr ; this tender part I I II
shall fail or omit to obey the coin- made, to the of the I :
or owner
ihand thereof therein required, it shall\ be was property.SET. will be :'i or I inches in diameter tajx-ring AND) -
as :: 13.: In ca-e whtitltany
any 'pen-on upon I II
the duty of the county commissioners to tax may be itssesetl: > in any county I for near a foot, and cuts as white and lendi-r asa I

issue another warrant in the !same': form as personal. estate shall have removed out of turnip ; this they "slice inloll'"t j ami ..It'w

that abov-1 provided\ !, except that they shall in\ such county after the assessment! it shall l be with water, then, when almost tender, they I GENERAL MKKCIIANJH8K. !
name and appoint therein such day: : as lawful for the collector! of the county, by
bears oil into it and slew it
their be by which the pour sonic !
may proper his warrant, to authorize the sheriff of the t
taxes shall be 1'01lloctCt1111111 paid over and county where such person( : shall reside to little longer, when it cats pleasant: and much ,I

final settlement be made. with the comptroller levy and collect\ "such tax of the goods) and more mild than cabbage' : : I never cat halfso !f .
and county commissioners. the chattels, lands ami tenements, of the H-rson! ,i
such warrant | much cabbage) at a time, and it agreed the i iis
commivsioncrs in
county l'a."e
in within till State
so assessed! county
J issued by them :shall not be fully performed I to which: such any\person shall\ have removed he..t with mo of any xaiice I'ever cat, either

and obeved, nriv: l issue A second warrant, in or t in l which he shall reside, I such sheriff alone or with meat : Our hunters frequently : i :

taxes which shall thev becollectcdandsetllement shall\ \: the dnItv which made the: may proceed there-onus u ,, neKl. olI /from eat it raw. anti will livenpoii\ itxeverald.iys ; I. CALL AND EXAMINE OURw. STOCK. is

..,. : the Circuit Court. the small )palmetto! or C tanueropsyitbls n
1'roi'iilfil, Auirorr, That, til\\ warrants: now Hilt. SEC.: U. When: al11'01.t"r: \ .discover small white bud no bigger than one' finger
_,.; c' made of full\ force and .
; standing are hereby that any land has been assessed more than which U eaten by: men bears, and I horn*, in
; effect, and !ohalhe'\ of full\ force and eticetl l once in the same year, lie shall collect only ruse of ;great need l : ibis situation pleased me !i II ,
until all the taxes remaining unpaid the tax justly due thereon, and< shall\ make so much we called' it H-irtniin') JSIuff, and I I
have been collected and final and settlement I ,
report I return ..ftle balanceas 3doubleuswisnttnt, for an industrious planter with a few hand
made by the collectors of revenue and shall be credited therefor by the county bo estate..Vo -1 I1 I
with the State and county authorities'' ; and I commissioners and the comptroller. He may a pretty ___ ___ ___, _" ,. ____ ._ .

all\ warrants heretofore issued or to be hereafter shill) also report to the county commissioner !!<'<> of I'iuul Proof.
issued i: : shall\ be of full force and! c-llect
double and insolvencies
the errors, assewsmenU"' A. SANBORN.ARLINGTON
j 1"i.
)ItIOrrmt'E.lrtitlsisvitty: ,
in the hands: of any successor: immediate or for which be is to he cn-litcd under 1'11. .
remote. of the collector to whom it may Way J,
different heads giving in every tae the Jel': i N given that the fulluw'i. -
have been or be i l.i may
of the ( whoaccount the NUT
names parties on : named, settler ho tiled notice of her
SET. 51.: The assessor* or collectors in the .
he allowedAt
execution! of their dutiti.bhahlusethefurnli! : I credit i h to Intention to make !final! proof in xupp"rt of NURSERIES.

and pursue the instructions which may, a meeting of the directors of the Ortenllove her claim, and secure teal entry thereof: at
from time to time, be transmitted: to themby Spring it:; (Melrose lUilroad held atthis! the expiration: of thirty d.iys: fn.m the date ---.- "
the comptroller, provided the same are place on Saturday last it wa arranged that of (hut notice, vie: LOl'ISA HUADDOCK.Homestead ) .
in accordance with the lawi.Srr. the president. It.:11. Canova. Dr. ('.,lrllaranllO. No. fHi, before Clerk Circuit 'I.UOI.S.JII.'I'UOI.JI: .FICI'IT'iitisIOsiis: : : IliC'IIiviit : ><

3.'). If the tax ae.sor hall fail to du .\. liuddington two of the three-tun(. Dr.Applegate Court, at Fernandinti. Flu., on Friday.; : June
northwest. I l'Ol'S uud : : <; ititNiiiiini.suud; : FI.OIVIIICI.X: ; 1'I..tN'1'M.NF11' .
and loll IHMI' for the west half of
the duties assess the taxes in the man treasurer and It. W. ))a\'i.,. attorney
ner prescribed in this, act, be shall be deemed should! visit MelroAti (lit Wednesday) quarter ...-('11,11; :21. I'imishlu :,' north, I ,_____
guilty of a misdemeanor, and! on conviction next the 3d day of JUlie They will lieu range :21 eruct ; and namt-s the Jollowing asher -;

.," shall l be fined not less: than fifty nor more and there hold a meeting, and ascertain what I wilnef.M.., viz: : UP CIIOICK: : VAItlKI'IriS: / Oruuu Tree iJADK .A. SPKCIAM'Yfor ;
Jam,. McK-ndri, .Ix-nuiel McKendrie,
than two hundred dollar;. the triple of that sx-Hion are willing;. to tin :
SEC. :::111. The collector of each county, ton We extend to them our I beat wUhea in their Calluhan' Fla.. and lU-njaiitin: t:. J'.arkt'.r .
the receipt of the roll\ for the current year, undertaking: and hope they will MI arrange King' Ferry and T. W. Higjrinootham, ofItelton -
with the warrant annexed, .hall proceed to matters as to commence throwing dirt at a I I Fla. ffi-Mend' P.Tll'tht"" Catalogue. --
colU-ct the tax charged in xuch list, and very early djy.--./irfA' fluriil JmUMI ::-J.t 5t I, A IIAKNKS." 1G'giter. ALIIKICT I, IU1 '" KMI. : -.


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,; ; ''; ;t M'AStllXGTOX. Kuropchere: the telegraph and )post 1 are \ (aXI: 'u.\I._nnr.("roitv.I'nlled .. I RAKKK roi'XTY. I Anewr of T ,
Ii .'. 1' To the Editor of the Mirror/ : under complete! control of the authorities! Stales! OHIeer! ('ooiy.littlge-ll./ : D. Davis) Sanderson. Plant.Collector of Ikrene-1'rcdetick' 1 N. Fny, f

k> ;"' --; "I' I WASIIINUTON, 1). C May 28, 181.' 1. The 10clIl'rl'-I"! : is gagged, and no foreigners" (Aerk-F..1. funs! Sanderson. Ocala
IVM OFKICK, OUXKSVIU.K.: U. ( Hcrndon Sanderson. 1
) Sheriff : Martin(
I Sc/touhc-I(L C. ,
much less correspondents, ,
t, : 1 An announcement last evening that Secretaries newspaper there. The accounts ):,,!,!."rr-I.. A. Barnes1: : Gainesville.y.VcnVtr \ \ .h.(cnll""' nf Tiisrt-George; I'. Canova, :San: SII/Irtlic/lllcllf .
I r" i Illaino, Windom, Mr.. Rcrgh, and to sojourn -John F. lollins! i Gainesville.: derson.: Fort, McCoy I :
that reach: us come from travelers' who happen ( MOXKOi: COUNTY. .:'
; ) address ',,trrrltm-(1ear'rrtl-JLtlachl 1 1 Mart( i ill Tallahassee. Ciillcitnr of Jtl'l'CIIPIr.-lkhartt, : Kennedy,
would ,
: other distinguished gentlemen from the unfortunate West.CArA' 1
: he through or !
t': to )passing Darbyville.tfui ('punt} ,"lflac--'hal.-\\\ :\. Huron: Key ;
(I'' \1 !'!' meeting for prevention of cruelty victimslio take refuge on, this : West.!
r"., I III"Ttwr c'ouiiT. >rriitrinlrnt of s'rhorls-.l .1. \\'. (Cobb, -JohnSiteher.: Key ),
: I J j to animals, failed to bring together: a very side of the fruitierVhat wo! know already Olnstee.t sVirVd'corge/ (; c A. Demerritt) Key Aest.Aafewir ','
I through these channels\ respecting' ; the atrocities Judge/ -Thomas I :Settle: Jacksonville.Martini 7'a.r --Walter C. Maloney( Jr.,
f 5;: 'S ': j i'' i largo audience, and'! Ihcdistlnguishod speakers in South Ilnsskisrevoltingtoallseuse: !-J. ]II.( !Dnrkee, .J 1Il''IIII! viiiI' I, limit 1 111'01111 roi'XTY.Wmnfy KC'Wei I l.of

1'',' 'I t I failed to conic. The newly appointed' of humanity. Such abominations\ cannot CM'-Philip, Walter, Jacksonville.IXTKIINU. /l/Il1c-.J. R. Richard, Providence.Clerk Collector of 7:V Y /i c--Wnltcr C. Maloney( ,
1 Commissioner lr. and must: not be tolerated by the civili/.cd / -Honrv( .F. York, Lake Itutler.syT0 :
) f Agriculture, ,, : :; I. UKVKXUK.Collector : :: I Jr., J'l'Y'l.. ,
have o'li) Roiimuniu: ( =-W. W. Tumblin. Starke. *
I t was on hand, and, as\ everybody( knows, hei' world. The Powers / -)Dennis Kugan, Jacksoiuillo. I 811IJrrillfclI"CIIIII/Sd"wfll-J.( / \ IlarrisheyWest ( ..
AxtcMor \ \\'lIi wrih Lake
to emancipate: this Jews from their civil andpolitical nf Tnrrf-: (C. II ;:; I, !
i i'I Ir E can make a speech without a moment's disabilities.: Russia: : must bo compelled roi.rrxToiis OF ('I':
.! j I warning, and wax sublime, and even romantic to protect, thl' lives and i properly.jUissia John \\'. Ilowell. Pcrmmdina.I'M of It''I'I'IIIII'-lIl1l1J.l'rrr. Haynes, I J. Baker Fenian-
j i and squashes, butter and h; \\iin I Hopkins: .Jark onvillt,. Santa Fc.Siijicriiiti'iulrnt. .r'I"IC-Itinlon! ,
; 0 .: over
I A I'lioToaiui'ir.A John 1'" HOIl1I':1.\ : AugiMinc.: of Sclinot*-L. II. Rhodes diva
f at fair. 1 venture to refer to Clerk .1. A. Kdwards, Fcrnandma.xhcritT : .
l'f a country Hlllrk('. -
jd Hiill J./ 3l 1. Currie, ( Vd.ir Key.Slate .
A; i '\ his !speech as matter of general interest, point of interest is thus touched upon nnr.vMii'orxry.: Peter ('tin '. Fern'amlina.Aesn .

i f'; : because, he seemed make it an occasion to I by the New York Sum "The cmestion! i is! often Olllwr! County JinJtji!.-James A. McCrory( (City >r of Taj-cs-Win. II. (Garland, Fer-
{ .
asked "said experienced photographer nandina.Collector
an ) '' .
J : t outline his policy on what ho called,! the Point.Clerk. ut'llrrnoe-11'arrcu .I' Scott, rcr-
take the most "
l: "why actors I1l1claetrl's'i(' IXICCTln: : ;: mI'\Hnlf: -.\. A. Stewart, Titnsville.Axuemiijr .
: 1/. cattle huhislr}' of (the country. The Le pleasing pictures.'!!. His i because they 1 study fl.I'rI'IHIf-\\'III. D. Bloxham, TlIlIa"a, :<':('. of Tnjfef-Wallace! Heliosis: ( :ieorgia nandina.Siiiierintendent; '
:: t r .; Due d'naslr.iI\ be memorable as the golden the principles of art and good taste in their Liu/corm-loreaor-Liv'imigstomi! / i : W> Bethel nny. ; of b'chauhs-11. Mahoney,

3':/<' E 'j t ago of American h'tall,11he; historian profession and l understand how to dress. Key West. ef.I'I"t'nj'/ 1"r'lIl1r-I")1. Platt, Lake Jos- Callaban. .
j Moreover( they usually bring a selection! of S"/'I'd"r Sfafc .fn\\\\\ Crawford Tal- OKVNOElHlUXTY.: :
of \
'i\ steered !! sup, Orange; County
will record that, during the time he veils (lowers curls braids laces and sometimes I L. Summcrlin Orlando.)
1'1 r lahassee.Comptroller. tfiifierlntenilent; of iimots-A. Jrady. La County .'u"U-I ,
"i t the hip of agriculture, Ill solace of old, costumes to give the photograhper, a -'''. i D.) Barnes\ Tallahassee.Treasurer 'range. ( '/r'l'l'-.J. 1'. Hughey, Orlando.

t t ih women reached degree of cultivation that choice of accessories. They come when they -Henry .\. L'Englo: I Tallahassee.AttorneyGeneral riV COUNTY. "'hcriJJ'-Thoml1") W.: Shine, Fort Reid.Asfensowf : .
are wholly at leisure and are not llu tend .\ ( 1'. : Talla 7i1.rr..l11I11l'OWl'1I8: ; ( Haw-
Cn'tirgti Runey:
; it had, attained before on a half acre :
', rt never red/ face takes black, and they know it Then l hassee.Commissioner. County Judge-J. T. Copeland, Orange kinsville.Collector.

\ I of land in (;ieorgia.Commissioner they do not load thclII"l'ln'sIIIwlI with gewgaws / of LIIH(1.4-ilugll( .\ Cftrl('r, Park.(.'ak-O. 'A. Green Cove of fferenne Nat. Poyntz, Orlando.
t : ; !' Loring's administration and haberdasheries, to show all that Tallahassee.Snpirintendeiit:\ Ituddington, SinieriHtfiident/ of Schools-John '1'. Iteeks,

promises to be remarkable for the progress they have got in worldly goods. Few per of 1't'liHc Instruction, ]:, K, Springs.'Sheriff James ".. HeWitt, Green Cove Fort Hl' '1.
sons know how to dress'!'! for :picture like an Foster 1 Tallahassee.Afljiitinit'fiCHfrrit\ : PUTNAM: COUNTY.Judge .
i i of the "cattle industry, includingdogs Springs
t actress. The best\ materials for ladies to wear
/ -J.l'l. Yonge, TallahasseemJuu A sc.... : i ri; ; \ cats lie said that he had just halll conversation when about to sit for a photograph' are such OK IMMIOItVTION.iminimoner : Collector of Url'IIIIC'III.. S. Plum 11\1', t.'lI'rk-\\'. F. Howard, Palatka. }
( '' with the chief of the census department as will fold or drape\ nicely, like reps' win (\ -.\. A. Robinson, Tallahassee. !- ;Mavville.iiiicrntemeitt. S"t''it'ThomallClly.' :) .
Walker whom ho eulogized ceys, poplins' satins and silks (Lavender, ', Asucfsor S. 1C. Timmons.Collector .
11+ ft t General lilac of ," 'I')1I1s-. F. Gcigcr, -
sky blue, purple French blue take Ull'r/-lL C. Long, Tallahassee.bjcrin1.ItIensSamuel : :\ of /tl'l'I'/lI/-.I 1'rice.SlIlcrilllr'tlcul .
; ,:\ as: the greatest statistician: of all the ages, very light and are worse for a picture than Fairbanks, Astor Midilleburg. ; of 1'nblic b'dools-.1. W.Strickland. .

I and that ficneral Walker had, told t him that pure white. Corn color and salmon are bet lUiilding, Jacksonville ; D. H. Place, Waldo. CO.UMIUCOUNTY.! : .

: 1'1 I the live stock industry surpassed' all others ter. China pink, rose 'pink' magenta crimson scrur-ME: I : rofKT. County ,Jinli/r"'. M. Ives, Jr., Lake City. 1'\VJ.on COUNTY.
buff, plum color, dark Clerk John Vinzant Jr. Lake City.
pea purple ,
green ,
'\ In the United fo lah'sj; Hint great as was pure, yellowfazarihc( blue, navy blue, Chii'f' ,JI/.lil'c-K( M. Randall: Jacksonville.A : S"l'l'iff-J( ".. Perry, Lake City. County Judge-"'. H. Parker, Perry.Sheriff .

; our cereal, cotton, sugar, root and tobacco lawn color, Quaker color, dove color, ashes ..SHcinte .J1t..lice-.J. Wcstcott, jr., Tallahas Amiaor! of 7 ,rc4-I4,1V.1livers, Lake City. Thomas Osteen, Perry.

'I i' crops, they wore not to bo compared withthe of roses and stone color show a pretty light see. (.',)111'1"01'1; Tnre..-.}. L. Parish: Lake City 'lcr.Johll C. Calhoun, Perry.Superintendent .
I Franklin
t aggregate wealth represented in horses, grey in the photograph.: Scarlet, claret, gar ..fVUdrttr.Tttnkc1i.11.'Van'alkcnhurgh( : SiiicrinleniJeiit, of School*-Juliu>Potsdamer, of''rhoois-1' ,
net, sea light orange, leather color Jacksonville.Clerk Lake City. ferry
t cows, !sheep: pigs, dogs and cat Dr. Lorfng light Bismarck! green and slate color, take still -(C. II. Foster, Tallahassee.CIIUTIT 1U1VAI. COUNTY. County T Treasurer D. S. :Sutton: Perry.

actually mentioned the dogs! and cats in all darker and are excellent colors to photo. JUlUF9.JiirQt County Jiulyc-William A. McLean, Jacksonville County" Surrei/or Here-nne lt.) N.-John Cox, Perry.Collector C. Calhoun. ,

I i seriousness, and did not seem to le aware graph. Cherry, wine color, light apple green, ('iicitit-Augustus: K. Maxwell, Pen- of!
Mettcrnich green, dark apple green, bottle saeola.M'coiul. Clerk Thomas K.: Ituckman, Jacksonville.Sheriff ferry..tesersnr'of
that these "small:: deer" bear little other .t : TrU'-K. H. Peacock, ferry
1 "' green, dark orange, golden and red brown. Uil''lIit-a\'i,1} S. Walker, Tallahassee. : )=Uriah llowdon, Jacksonville.Astfwor : .
I than a parasitical relation to the human: !and show nearly the same agreeable color in thepicture. of l"I.J'I'-\. Prevatt, Jackson ST.( JOHN'S: rouxTY. .
; .. animal ('conoll1 '. He said that he proposed A black silk always looks well, and Thifil( Ci"I'/lit-K.J.,,n, Madison.: ville. (,'/tI"I .IulI"r.r. I R.: Cooper, Augus--

I" to have a bureau of live stock added, to t the it takes well if not bedecked with ribbons Fourth Circuit, -James M. taker( Jacksonville. i Collector of JC1'CllllrrIlSC'S ,1. llrown bi I III'

+ Department Agriculture, and, from the and laces that will take white. Dark Bismarck I Jacksonville.Siijicrliitemleiil: ( '/<'//-I'artolo, F. Olivero;l, :St. Augustine.Sheriff .
and snuff brown usually take blacker Fifth Circuit-Jam's It. Dawkins, (;iaines- of School*-Albert J. Russell : -Ramon Hernande/. AugustineAstewor
; ;';( cheerful and enthusiastic way in which he than a black silk or satin and are not easy vii It'. Jacksonville.: of Tuxes-Davitl) L. Dunham) :St.:;

1 ? 4t spun words on the subject, I do, not think to drape.' .\ silk, because it has more gloss Sij-th/ Circuit-II. L. Mitchell, Tampa.Hiirnth : \M1I.TO.V: I'Ol'XTY.: .1ugn"tine:

il l:l that it is: Utopian to expect that, in this rapidly and rellects more light, usually takes lighter / Creal/-W/ Archer Cwk"anl"I.t, :\ Collector of! 1/'I'/II1I'-.1o'I'\h: \ F. Llambias} "-
t County ./(/(/ ( -Henry .I. Stewart, Jasper.:
f' jJ than I a woolen dress. Ladies!: with dark or ;/ :St. AuguMi'nc.Siiieriutiiident.
) .\1 progressive age, we may soon I I1 have, in brown hair i should avoid contrasts I : in I their (I/1'I.-.l. Caldwell, .'.Iftper.Sheriff : : of ...Schools(C. I"". Perpall, .
: the Department of Agriculture, a commissioner costume: as light: substances photograph' C'oiirt ('al 'iular. ) -James .M.[ Duncan I Jasper.Amteiiiioi' : St. AugiMinc.
that more quickly than dark, and, ladies, with of T Let
i i of dogs: and cats. 11I'ra: ) f"IWoIT nniTiT.lill :sUMI'l.U: COUNTY.County
,! Iletrrtuc-11'. H. II. MeLeod
of ,
hair should dress
} i: his: duties. : may relate to their extinction. light something lighterthan /i'l'Iu- Columbia! \ County.Siiiierinteiident; Judge-Henry( :S.: ( 'ussidy: Leesburg,
those 'whose hair is dark or brown.Few .
.M I October.) !
Santa Rosa Monday in
Thoina Clerk Ivey, Leesburg.Shir'ff :
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty! their hnn1-Joshua II. Roberts -
Ii ladies IInller-lalllll.ow t to
arrange Walton Monday I October.) =J. S. I Dyehes> J,1'1 tit !. ,
I!' { Animals has its active members. hair so as to harmonize with the form of the Ith .\1\1'11111.\ urn;
i 1: among Ifulules'd4th: 11'ctlnesthtyafter:\ Monday' : Assessor of Tuxes-(G. 1''. Wall I, Webster.:
,\ the wives cabinet) ministers: and, other ladies : head, but blindly follow the fashion, he (lie ill (k'tther. IIUUXAMMi. ror.NTY.: Collector of Jtc/'clwc-.Jolll1 "'. Dyehes: ,

1., distinguished::! J by their social and neck long! or !:short or I the face narrow or 1Vashiu'ton'u3budayalter! : [ 1th Monday( (Jill II 1/ Jmli/c, 1.. Frierson, !Itrooksville. Leesburg.Sujierintendent: .
\ broad A broad, face appears more so if (he in October. of Schools-.\. C. Clarke( ,
I olHcial relations.: It has: already done hair is arranged low over the forehead' or is i Jackson, .'Monday( after Ith Monday( in Clerk-.1. C. Law, Urooksvillo. Sumterville. :

t {. much good alleviating the suffering and parted at the I side, and a long neck beeonies October.Kseamhia.} Sheriff( } }. H. Miekler, P.rooksville.Amicimor .

t hardships: of a largo; patient, voiceless com stork-liko when the hair is built up high, : 1st: Monday in }December. I of. TaxesFrank: K.Saxon, ('rooks-; SUWANKK COUNTY.
while a few curls would make mot agreeable This lid amended I section 2 ot'lIet of February ville. Count'/ .JI Il'J-M. M.( Blackburn: Live
i munity. There is still much to be done, and change; in the effect.: l Powdered hair JO, 1870! and does not change tho Collector of nel'i'II/lt-I-. ;\f. Townsend I, Oak.
I I the work will not he completed until I there gives good effect, and powder :should be bestowed Spring Term. Brooksville.1 : l./ak-Hnloeft A. Reid: Live Oak.

i I 'j; is: au organization in every village: and township upon freckles.COLDS Tlllllll l CIKITIT. SujHrlHteinteiit" "ie/"IIIIs-H.. ). Thrasher: SIt/.rtiT-John( R. Sessions:' Live Oak
Assessor of Taxes\\ II. :SessionsVeI: -
i which shall have as its object,to see ,Cjriq7i'rnt- Fort Daile.) born.

rt 1 q I that horses, cows and, other animals: shall AXlt JIOll'OT TUKM. TO CATCH 1'11lor, 1-t: Tuesday after 1-t Monday[ in 1I11.1.I'1IIW'I'tiH, itiUXTY. Collector of J:1'L'I'/lIIe-nol'CI't' F. Allison I

not bo beaten driven starved April.Madi. CoiintiJmlijc-II. L. Crane, TlIl11l'a.)' Live Oak.
cruelly or
i "Practically1 a very experienced physician i. \[ :'Jd! Monday in April. (Ilerk-lVin. (c.'. Brown, Tumpa.Sheriff Suiterinfeiideitt of ,8"IJJl..T. ().- G. Jones, .
otherwise malt relltl'I 1. tells us, "1 hero are for people with I constitutional Hamilton, 4th Monday( 'ln April.Suwance ; ?-U. Isaac ('raft, '1'1111I1'1.I. \. Live

liability to catch cold, just two 1st Monday after Ith. Monday Assessor. of 7trrs-Spark. ( ratan, Tampa.illcctor Oak.,0 I.US: couNTy.
ST. J-I 1'lmSIlUna. efficient remedies: As a rule, unless really in (\ ;of Reuertac-1V. F. Huns; Tamjuv.Suiieriiiteiidetit .
f 1 To the rAllor of! the Mirror/ : ill, they will take neither. One is to confine Columbia, :3d Monday after Ith Monday( ; of'clntoG.-V, .1'. 1 HendersonTampa. County Judge/ -James II. Chandler, Enter i
themselves' for forty-eight hours to a single in April. :
Sr l'I'TIH1"lIl'IltIIa:: ; 1 I. 1HS1. room with an equably warm climate, and Lafayette: (it Tuesday, after 1th Monday' .I JIKFKUM: : '. ( 'lr'r.1ohn. Dickins, Enterprise.
Since the bite C/.ur'a: assassi: nation the state the! other is to stupefy: themselves with 'qui in April. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise.Assessor : .

U of affairs in Russia has been, going from bad 111111'. ;Most }people reject forlll'J'I'l'I'ansc' /'Ill Term- C.'Y./JIIft'-J.)' '!*. Simkins: It. Christie Monticello.Clerk Monticello.Shcri'i of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-
confinement is inconvenient or irksome, Taylor, I 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday\ in : prise.
and I now hear daily accounts ofopen !P.ird: :Monticello.Siijicrhiteinleitt .
to worse and will not hear to the latter because quinine October. t (C. Collector of It'l''lIlIc-.1ohn It. Jordan, De-)
L disturbances in which, the troops do of .Schools-1V. R.: Taylor, Land.Superintendent.
'disagrees: witli them, or gives; them a Jlndisuutl: I Monday\ in October.
ill.J\\ not always hide with the authorities. Ihlr.11 headache,' or makes Ihl'l1gidll.or is 'quite Hamilton, IIholllay( in October.Suwanneo ;Monticello.CiHinti t of SdlfJf.-A. ('rnn lraw,

F I ing the recent tumult at Kiew, for instance" too disagreeable, worse than a cull' Consequently ::; 1st Monday after1th Monday Ill'I.llo.C"llr'I'lul'. '/ Treasurer; W. M. Oirardeau; Mon Enterprise.
\ they bear the and swallow in October.Columbia. WAKULLA COUNTY.
\11 \ the soldiers fraternized with the mob, and rubbish until the cold annoyance has run its! course, ( 3d Monday\ after Ith Monday of JI'I't'I/IIC-Jos'ph Palmer\ lluntictllo (-'lmlll1 J'ldyc-W. A. Giles: Crawfordville.Sheriff .

: and there is no intelligence yet to hand and they are quite ready, circumstances ()ktohl'r.Lafap.ltl'. --W. II. \\'alk'r'awli'I',1vl11, .
P showing that they have returned to their are favorable, to catch another. It i is t'no lit; h Tuesday after 4th Monday Ai Me* or of. flirts-J.1'. Grant; ham, Monti- Clerk Nat. R. Walker, l'raw'furdtitie.

duties. Although 1,100 arrests have beenmade use arguing with people who hate quinineanymore in October. cello. Superintendent of Schools"'. T. Duval,
than it is to lecture people who Forum ciurriT. Craw furdviIIC.
t t there are no signs of order being re bate cod liver oil ; they either will not takeit Sprinlli'rlll- i/ Judye-1V. J. Dixon, New Troy. County Treu itrerW.. Walker, Crawfordvillo. -

I stored. The Jews are removing from the or they take it in quantities which do them St. John's, :.?d 1 T1es.1:1)11an'h.( Sheriff( Thomas J. Walker, New Troy.Clerk : .
f 1 t disturbed districts as fast! as they can, but no sort of good. Perlnps, however, they 'Ia.Hh Tuesday March. -Ilowell Hawkins( : New Troy.SufierlHtcHtlent Collector of jerenue't \I'alkerCraw'
not be few. hints of School*-. ..C.HamscXew fortlvf then
annoyed by
a on
may preventing linidford, 1st Tuesday in April. '
j e'l'nIIoklh'll In their !j\j\ ht. Yesterday
they are
)r colds, which they will all say they Hakcr, :-M Tuesday. in April. 'fr'I\' '. Assessor( o/1tLJcs-l'. R. Reynolds, Craw-
;1 t V train, conveying a large number of know perfectly' well, but which will e:111s.l1 Nassau:; Tuesday:\ in April. County l'rc".urcr-J.I. N. Peacock, New fnrtl vi lIe.

fJewl"h families from Kiew to Fusion: was\ no ,particular inconvenience.. One which Duval, 1st Tuesday in May.full 'Fri t'. t
fi lapided, and obliged) to pull up halfway on ]lr. \Vright puts in the forefront of his recommendations 1'1'/11I- t Collector, of : '('/ Newton Sapp, New _J'rot6sionul. and Itiisinc! ('urds
is that chill caught in \bed Troy. ----
a 'ln .
St. John's :2il I Tuesday September.Clay.
'to l'ft. I the road The passengers! tied to a neighboring i I is: just as bad as a chill caught) out of it. Allparents ( Ith Tuesday in September. Assessor; of Tares-.\. S. Ackley, New Troy.i.KoN "'][. it. ('. mtYii:I':, .

t r t village. They were attacked by the know that little children catch most Itra'dford I, 1st TIIl'"tlaill October. : COUNTY.Count .

ti'l inhabitants, and the huts where some of of their chills from insufficient covering, but taker, :-d Tuesday: \in October. ;i Judge W: C. (tvrd, Tallahissee.Sheriff GENERAL COMMISSION: :: MERCHANT: '-
J \ I them had taken refuge were set tire to und that does not prevent gnwn-up persons from a.snll..1;\ Tuesday in October.' \. Moselov( Tullahah.ee.Clerk .
Using! a regulation quantity blankets: without Duval in November.KIKTIl CENTUE ST.; R. R. DEPOT
"Ih burnt. Several rich Jewish families! coming 1st Tuesday -(\ A, 1'ryan, Tallahassee.Snfierliiteiideiit NEAK: : ,
reference to a thermometer, :
ciRcuit: of S"IlsI I Icnry N. Felkel, .
t I (rom' KSow, have arrived at the Austrian without flanneleovoringyandtvalkingaltout Tallahassee.Treasurer FERNANDINA, FLA.
J ) anti their in Itfl's: frontier according to I statements! -J. L. Dcmillv, Tallahassee.
wool I : :M Monday in t .1(i art'11..
\ and therefore no protection against Collector of Rcrrnnel'. Pearce, 'litlInItasse liar, Cora, Oats.IV. .
of the Jews in
a general massacre : South chills at 111.nollll'r is, that so far from Marion, 4th Monday in March.Putnam _

f Russia is imminent. The damage\ already the h<':\lll\ot\ \being liable to cold! in draft, it ltd t Tuesday\ after ltd Monday( in Atr: *"I' of 'l'ures-11..1< Croome, Tallahas.see. K.. It.VI KM I done to Jewish property at Kiew is enormous is very specially liable. The hair >reran to March.Lew. .
I I bo abctter for 4th Tne-dav after 4th Monday( in AOENT,
profevtion the head) than it
\ .
I ami it is apprehended today" the unll': T\
I really is: more especiallyhen it has begunto March( \ WIIOLES.LIoSD: RETAIL .
h 1 1 i I first of May, further disturbances! will take thin, and a down draft on the head will AUchua, 4th Monday after 4th Monday( in nll/lltH./wlt'C-\\". H. Sebring, HroiiMin; AND STOCK DEALER: ,

I I I. place. AtColtu and number of other localities give, cold to those liable to quicker\ than March.( C'lerk--J... >L Itarco, P.ronson.' BUTCHER ANDDealer:
r t not a Jewish house has bl'l'lkft any other form of local chill. The face does fall Term- /tt.ri.ff'-J. S. Parker, l.ronson.Ars In Ire
l not catch cold, but the skull does:-perhaps: Sumter, 1st; ;Monday( in October. >r "Ji1JcI"'Ili'4 Appell' Itronson.;;
standing Unheard-of cruel tint are perpetrated because we habitually cover the bead when Marion, 3d Monday tit October Collector of neeenue-3. J Ira lure, Cedar TENNESSEE 1'EEF SPECIALTY

I on the (persons of the Jews-men, women exposed to the external air, and partly because Putnam. TucMluy in November. Key.SujHfnttendeiit. BROOM STREET:; WJHRF
;dooIs-J. ,
and children. semi-barbarian peasant we do not wash it with cold water, as Lew" 4th 1'1I1's.lnin November of :: It. Mcnden-
o Alachua: 1st 1tlli(13)'nnt'r 4th Tuesday inNovember. hall, (tronon.County ; 19-tf FF1tNANBINA. FLA,
F vies with the drunken Cossack in maltreating we do UK face and 1 hand 1 Dr. Wright, addsanother -Y -.
i Ii reason about retlex nervous irritability )1.TlIcs'll'tiT: : \'. -
t' the unhappy Jewish (population which il. we have no doubt, sound, rEVCXTU: : .lItl'I'IT. Judge-II. M- WithCrJlIlIfadi- G. F. AVKIIV, ,

( t .,; These Italian atrocities are only beginning, but too technical for us. Our ancestors, who SjJrilll 1'1.1'/lt- son.

4 '; and the horrors committed at Kiew are but were much more inured to cold than we are, Orange, 4th ;Monday( in January.Yolusia. Sheriff-S. M. Hawkins: Madison r

i ') aforetasteof what we ha veto expect. There curiously enough understood 1 this perfectly, : :3d Monday in February.Itrevard Ut'rk-J hn M. (teggs., MadisonSinierintendent ;
and in their drafty halls and passages\ with 1st Monday( \ in March. ; of dwolI'':. S. Tynor,
I .l is reason to believe that the officials: themselves unglazed windows habitually wore caps, and Dude'J 3d Monday in April. Madison! LI'JmyI) nO.1mSf STABLES. !

countenance these barbarities. Thus, natives of India: comprehend it. too, and if Fait T erntOrange- County TrfHsurer i*. S. Smith, Madison.IWeetor I
;t on appealing to certain municipal function. they feel a draft cover up the skull first of :' 2d Monday: in August.; of lereiue-M. I Warring, Mad CARRIAGES AND WAONS! '
all ; but among ourselves the bare head has \' ln"ia", :.M! Monday in {September. ison. To and from Steamers and Trains
I t arks at blew for protection for their lives grown into a superstition. The, hat is 'put ltrcvurd.4th ;Monday in \'l'tCtllht'f.l1llc .\uet'')' of r.UC'f-U. D. "'I"'.:,iwnrth. Madson. lO'fI'Cr FOR) HAULING, ETC. r .t

i ( t the victims of the sanguinary mob obtained ott' in the draftiest of buildings, churchesnn id Monday( in. November.t'ouuty ( FOR sALE : i..

4; r this answer: 'You Jewish hogs only get public bulls, und is constantly laid asideon MtN\TF.K COUNTY. ] ) BUGGIES j
i railway\ journeys-when, if are facing I"n. I.\n\'l:: ;,
if ti i what you deserve. These I the it is while
engine, really required ; to :
K RoU-rt S. Griffith Manatee.herif.1. .
$. not exclusively professed by subaltern offidais. \m.u'lIl'\ forvrv. 0-TERM.S l CASH.-1S-X
skull in to
wear a 1"1)(111IS announce
cap S. WaUon l'ine lA'vrl.
I received a few days ago borne emi that the wearer is past! seventy i is an avowedand <\j"itit' Jiuw. -Junius Uarduer. (Jainesville. _(JkXJlUl'II"iut'oI/ -S. J., Tyler UradentownCoUertor Broom i r"Ortice Street and Wharf.FOB Stable. -l-'irst Strwt, near

: trust worty information of what had confirmed invalid. Half the colds, endured "/ I't/IIIC'--urioll G. Carlton, 49-tf
nently -
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Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, iSainesyille.Sheriff
by people over fifty would be avoidedby NAT7K.
t taken at Klizabethgrad, and my informant -John (lainobvillc.Atsrxwr PllJULll.Sujxriiitfiideut.
: f 1 place restitute wearing of a little cap when a \\ Turner,
Schools Felix J. Seward
mentioned amongst other enormities, draft was blowing.wards a bright t fire; and tJ.l1lut'-(1t'Of'l. Hawthorne, of i DESIRABLE: HOUSE (' "AI'I O
'k Jewish houses infant' had many of the remainder, by remembering Hawthorne line X. live rmsnth Closets, front l'iazz
f in .
that many that, next to a down draft on the head, a tMhctor uf. ItrMunf i}. I'. Thomas. (j iainesville. MVBION tttt'NTY.Luedy laiyear..(, Orange, I.mn ant Banana
been thrown out of the windows into the draft on the feet is. to those liable) cold at ( Judge: Samuel F. Marshal, Ocala. Trfes. Centrally locate \ etc.

1)1 street. Let it be.l'emembcn'lt that these all, the most productive cause.-" LoiutonSpecftilor. upl'/'ih1e'"koI ,:.f 'duu1-1V. X. Sbeats, ffcr -HoU-rt Itullock tk-ala. For further lriculaN. inquire at this

ghastly deeds arc committed in a lust of alll"\'Ul'" M.iff-\. lYitchriold, ()-ala. ofC 4-ti'

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/I M01H2L OIL M1LTLITTI.I .. the cotton seed oil in its! crude, impure: ''I be attended with :great I'Io:
: HOCK, May US issi. state ; and nas-fy' enough it looks! as it runs! could be made on tho !'result of any amount t
The annual cotton crop of tho I'nitci, from the press fn dirty yellow stream: *. As of care and fertilization for invariably the tf
States amounts to about (;I.IHKI.IMK\ ) bales, the I procure relaxes. the poikct" are removed I plant would !l11l',1L, greater: or les* number of f '
with a corresponding yield-of ;IWO.XH( \ ton flat and rigid, from the tremendouspressure. I its!'! bolls during the rainy season in the autumn. I
of crude cotton el'I1. It is estimated: \ Ilia : The eall\'I11l1t the mouth of each On the i lands!! of the South Carolina !
not more than lououoo' ) tons: of HIM 1'1'1'11 jioeket i is then turned back and the entire coa t great skill in the culture of this THE '

are saved and sent to market ; 1'1'011whid.. covering 'Skinned" off, Icaxing a bright \'el- plant has been attained ; the lands were I
we may conclude, by a very simple' atith low Man of cotton seed cake. These slabs lieavily manured by pl'nnll1Illl'k: and tho It
IIIl'ticlIll'\klllatioll, that from :>KMMIKH! ( ) )) t 10 or l'akl'lIII''lIt once carried I away: into a cool application; ofll1aroo'h: mud and seaweed: yet '
$20,000,000 is tlirown away each \'1'111''l'ot.. llr 'illg'rolJ1Whl'l'l' they are placed, on edge I two hundred pounds of lint \per, l1'rc'I11
ton growers in this: country who'f.iil to' "t'llll in wooden frames!'! or rack., to dry and, hard: very rarl'h'1'1\ \ on !small' areas
their surplus\ seed to market.. en. When sufficiently dried!, the cakes arepacked 1'lIlii'llh'll'Ilh,1'culilr\ care. Yet la"t year I
in sack and thee fl'of the planters, by umlerdraining \ -
With view to utilizing 110* much' as strong, coarse a same:
siblo of this valuable product the LittU}po packages!'! markedcighed.and prepared\ for saved I all tho bolls, and by the! n e of

Hock Oil Company\ was organized in 1871:; !. shipment( to foreign! market!' commercial I fl'rtllizel'rl'w!' four hundred
with a working! capital of $:!.")<),<"00. The Returning: to the \press-room of the oil pounds of lint per acre, which were sold for FLORIDA MIRROR !
mammoth mill of the company is Il'calcll mill, we find the maihinery still nt work, for i f)."> cents!'! per pound. Thesp result open

-' in this city, and is one of I the most: profitable and the muddy, oil streaming from the up po sibilitios in the culture ol this: plant ,
and ;lIh tnntiall'lIll'rrbl'l'Ilnrkall"a"\ precs into the reservoirs beneath. Thence which will lead to tho nv\tciial\ enhancement
i iI it
The conception and execution of the \\ork )t conveyed through pipes to the refining of the \aluo of tho land" best adapted

reflects great credit upon\ the energy and tact room where, by mysteriou process: of to it* growth. The farmer* of our countyunderstand ,
of its originator, Mr. i:. \'l'll'lhart. who is mechanical\ agitation) and aeration, it is", \purified : its nature for they grow noother: t t tif"

president of the company\ and among) tlu and transformed: into clear rich, lemon- cotton ; they are beginning) to understand:
foremost of Little Hock's citi/.cns." Tliere colored liquid which in taste and consistencv i the use of commcnial fertili/ers' and their "I

lire many other establishments of the Kiln reminds one of the famous olive oijs\ first experiment\ will show them the value ...... '
in the South, but this one is ilaimed to he. of Lucca and (Caprera. The tl'l 1lc,11Iil is: i of thorough Ilrainillart'1 ( \>i'e fyrhtij.IC ; I

and\ <1 \probably: is, the best and largest cottoi carefully stored in two huge iron tanks, -- -

seed mill in the world. During; the working Ilnlllillg'.j.I""> gallons each, and from which ,Mll IStlllC.TIII : -.- 'ST'E'.A1.VJti: f

season employment\ is given to :UtH. it is drawn oil'as \' 1'l.l"lIl'l'I'lIll'll'IIln(''' .." -- --.--.- "-.
hands whose through t tine linen nags, and then barreled ft.
waI'rlII! : e from ('ill cents III ,"
$2-,0: per day. The capacity\ of the mill is!' for c\port to Leghorn, Triest. Marseilles, : .OIU no, t.t.I

12.5:! tons of crude cotton seed day. and other points in Kurope.
: IMl'HOVKMHNT: :: "COMPANY.lYriinmliua : t.t
are usually suspended from May I I The cotton seed oil business: is: not confined 'I'O\\\ t
to October\ 1 on account of the l'XII'l'1I11'hent f to .\1II1'rl"lThl''l'! are similar factories
but during? the remainder of the year in 1-IIlallllI11111ulI: ; the European continent

the wotks are in 1'1111'la..1\ ilay\ and night: inccssatitlySunday for which the 1II'I'lfoolol'k: of seedis
:; e.\cepted. Last: \'urluolI: i obtained inainlv. from the cotton til'll'1ol' ,

tons: of seeds: were "re-ginned" ground, r.gypt.itton.. I -I I- I
1'0\1"'"* tin 1C. It.Ami I.h.. .
yielding 7(10( bales of lint cotton, Iti.ono barrels I IJr,11'IIl.I.111
: of refined oil, and 7'Ollll<>
feed cake. The works cover an entire block i :.
V in the eastern( part of the city, on the bank I
An Ohio correspondent: asks if ooncreUshall I I
of the Arkansas' : : river. Tlae'lIiJ.ling'\ being
be made\ with :stone-lime for. ('I'lIarwallO :
mainly of brick, :\substantially: and tastefully "
JillbIH'lalllllll\le, (? 11'100. may: not the earth be usetus : L J '
Connected : establishment outside portion of; mould until surface of In LOSOOS and 1'ItII'l'IwOOI'rl'l !
with this : ami : : a l.irginumber H-
under the same: management, are the Jua- ground is reached' ; audit'stonelime\ concrete of the most: eligible; and desirable: !

paw Cotton Mills, running i ; about .'It", "' "pill' will stand for cellar wall*, why not foi'' Lot*, suitable! for Husiness: Purposes\ or fill o hio:j .
cistern walls: also, if properly ('l'nil'nll'll'Thc ? ( Suburban:; Hesidenccs: ,
dles lint
where the cotton from the oil City
term concrete i* from con.'togethcr: am'cresco t.
works (or a great portion' of it) i is manufactured his t.I
to grow :Stone-lime will concrete i\
t I into cotton cordage,
mattress yarn" ropes, mass of loose sand into a !solid' mass of mortar n'JoIY, ): : : TKHMS.: I
and .
twines batting, 1I1Ilqllilt
which will remain solid
indefinitely i if !
local trade is almost
supplied\ \ kept 111'\'. Hut water, or the moisture.\ in II
tin's Liberal Discount Value allowed
with the.se articles by enterprising) company on to
} and the residue is shipped to Western: cellar or cistern 10011'111111'c, ultimately\ destroys parties engaged in manufacturing\ or industrial I
it 'ulll' ion. It is therefore
and Southern market, and even to the ( suitabk enterpriseslio will 1'1'.1'1 t on thl1l'ro\-\ H
only for walls t that are protected\ \ from moisture' substantial. !
Pacific coast. It is probable that these: mills l'l'tpl1'l'ha"I',1\ improvements"
will be enlarged and extended within u year : Hut water-lime sometimes\ called 1\11 for residence, or in which to ('011,111tlll'ir\ -
and impure lime, having clay enough in it to resist business.IXIH'CKMKXTS. -
or two, machinery put in for the manufacture
of osnahurgs' :and sheeting; *. the action of water, will not slack' in : : : : : TO MAXl'FACTUH-\ ( : I IBC
occasion water after burning but must be pulverue i iby KHS: ::< for
On the of my visit: however. 1 by exemption a 1t'l'IlIor'I'ar" 1'1'011Itaxatioil
was more particularly interested: in the cotton grinding ; and it will harden or set in oll'crcd by the several cities amitowns.
which water or a moist soil, and will endure any
seed mill, represents a new and Apply atj5dOlllcccor.
and number of transitions from wet to dry with
increasing industry through the courtesy
of Mr. Urqiih'art; I was enabled to witness little" i if any injury. ; 1 teach it 7th sts.: Fcrnamlina.IfMf .
The first works of masonry:! the Eric
in detail in the
the practical operations!! '
Canal contracted ,
to be done with .h
were common ""
various. department: :: of this extensive faetorv. quicklime." ;Mesrs. Harris t Livingston TIII: Fi.onii<< >.\ == >C> .A.JSrD== '1

The crude cotton seed received from the of Sullivan, Madison (CII., N. Y., twenty 0'I
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}planters in large coar.se, heavy sacks, which miles east Syracuse:< "hnl'l1l'll1ll1rgu, I" AXD) AXD IMMKiHATlOX COMl'A'YOFFKHS ,
furnished the the mill kiln and commenced the delivery"] of this
arc to shippers by ,
company. I was astonished to learn that impure lime on a large contract' "for the canal \ :1::
culverts", and aequcducts, when lol il
the company owns:: some $IOOOU worth of
would not slack. "All were greatly surprised. OOO.OOO AfiCHOf
these sacks from which
empty : as many as "
may be. fl'llllirl'llure sent out to parties, far \ "The circumstance became' common tho mostACCKSSIHLK t
and who signify desire to send their talk among nil ('Ia "l'!!." Finally, engineers
cotton near seed to the mill-the object being to White and WrillIt.II'\ Harto ami ( : :: ; \: AXD\ I DI>: IHAHLKI.AMiS : ;

keep the seed clean and dry during its Iran John II. Yates, "at considerable expone
and by repeated\ experiment*, found I this. tobe )
sit, and to preserve it in better form for storage. JOB PRINTING HOUSE
an excellent substitute for Homan cement. -: OF\ FLOIMDA: ,
The room or shed provided for the storage ." Kngineer <'amass White got a United \ ,
of the crude seed alone is' 3W feet long, sixty States patent-right'for which the state of At only $1.2."> \per acre to new settlers: with

feet wide and twenty feet high. Throughout New York paid him $10, it is traversed railroad track all masonry the canal wlI".Ila its length by u acres or !JIIII'('. These hinds aro located on
which connects'" with the principal local lime ; ami this article, that was once put up)
in water-tight barrel*, lined' with oiled and adjacent to the line 01'1111'
lines of rail cOIn 111 II II il"ation. On the riverside paper
a trull'al'all1\ to the levee, to facilitate and sold at the works for $;) dollars a i
traffic by )boat or uar e. Consignments: barrel, i is now worth only tl'1I' cents a bushel. ATLANTIC, ilTLF AXD WF.ST 'IXD1ATRANSIT
Thus the botheration of 1 118 led to the, discoverv -
of seed received rail river and
are by by by
[ CO.'S: 1 H.: I It.: ,
of'n..t mineral wealth in ( \'lItralXew
wagon, and the transactions: : ", are invariably Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
York, which now blesses millions. who
managed upon a cash: basis.", During the past
year over $200,000:! has been paid out by this have: cellars, citern*, or underground structures extending from FHItXAXDIXA: : I the Atlantic

company for cotton seed. of masonry.Hut : to CKDAH:) IaOil: tho 01111'! coat: t,
The first which the crude seed even with I this cheap water-lime,
to thu.s ; to the
process : affording producer cheap, constant
is", subjected[ is that of dusting or cleaning. coarse sand can be. cemented' cheaper than
This is", done by a kind of fanning machine\ fine, \pebbles cheaper than sand, and cobbles and rapid transportation to tho host

with vibratory! sifting; attachment, which cheaper than \pebbles., I Therefore into your market*.

loosens up the "matted masses of seed, and cement put sand pebble*, cobbles and rcfue Tho belt of country traversed by the Transit
the sand and dirt. The seed is !-tolle-.aIlV sol ill, rock material I hat will fill up)
dislodges'' I H.: 1 H.: embracesF.VKHY
thus termed prepared, for re-ginning or, as. it i is thin the mould water-lime, -only grout caring to to surround have enough every FEllNANDI NA FL011IDA'! : I

,' i stone and fill every crevice. Then if the rising : : VAHIKTV: (OF SOIL ,
: course: are allowed; lime to set, and are
It surprising to learn how much of t this not crushed. by too much weight: while tho
cotton lint can be obtained) from the refuse grout or cement is not l'Olllpll'll'1'llUrll'lIl'tl, to be found in the Staff, a largo! proportion

of the planter's gin by the process employed n: cistern, a cellar, a barn, a 'house, a any being peculiarly adapted 1 to tho culture of
in this mill. In re-ginning the seed, machines if not hewn out of solid rock <
thing, can bo :SfcMi-Titoi'ic.u. Fieri! mid Earl)' Vegetables
", arc used:: which in principle arc identical built into solid rock tho cohesion ..,
up) by magic:
and The "
Ji ulie -
Lirye, Cuuijuicl < tif Timbermake
with tho"eI..ell by the planter ; but the of water-lime. Where sand and refuse
saws finer and more perf'cth'/lllju"11'l1. these lands\ of VAllllFUl,
are stone arc \plenty the cellar is much the worthy 11XAMIXATIOX -
and they are propelled by steam instead of cheapest! story to build and kl'Cl'ill repair of by manufacturers of Lr.MiiKitAM :
horse Three hundred and fifty thousand '
power tho )building.
any in ; > NIVAL STOUKK.xiw.
pounds of lint arc slI\'l'lll'l'r year in The earth mav bo one side of the mould
this factory alone, tho ng rc.tate'uluo: of md hoard or plank, or with thich mortar, f
which is", not less than fW.WJO.: 1"1'011the ho mason's !line, the other. Tho waterlimes : SITTLIHSPurchasing : : ::
steam "gins": the seed is conveyed through; i generally: one-third to one-seventh the Having addedr.\ \\' '118.XU! MJU': I'ltllSSlIS: : to our ull! (:<.'. and 'having t

a long wooden trough, by means of an endless :unoiint of sand. Some, although \'el'ftW, land from this company aro furnishcd -
!band to the milling machines in another isc one-third or one-fourth of till lime ofbo with rutire free jmifnyf on tho Trail .SKILLDD: WOHKMKN: win* know how to no tile same, wo aro now 1
of the building.THE .
part common variety. All tho cobbles
or .
sit Hail road for f:1I111IIwl\ personal cfl'cttsin .
"lIULLIXU I'KOCKSS": : tones put into the water or :grout are considered prepared to do any and every kind of printing.
the station nearest the land ,
gain, laMr. in making
consists: in separating the husk and outer
covering of the :seed from the kernel and is the wall. Tho main objection to concrete : COMt'Lin'i; : ':, Iwing dt-rivfd by ,

accomplished by means of steam machinery or stone walls i is their power of conducting grant from the Pnited 1 :State: ,* uml purchase
devised for the A icat and cold, ami thereby conducting, ornore
especially purpose. systemof ) from the State of Florida.coHiiiisroxDKXci. I II
drums armed with fine teeth is made to probably condensing, moisture on the
revolve in hollow at the incredible vails of buildings. To avoid this unhealthy
cylinders ; !
: : SOLIOITKD.Descriptive '; .
speed of l,2sO revolutions minute. The ondition !stone (concrete\ brick dwellncs -
their inner surface should have the quick-lime plastering
cylinders are provided on \1'I41111.ll"IJI"n.\ws mailed ontpplioation.
with a corresponding' ; armature of teeth. As furred out, thereby leaving) an uir''J'IU'ohC'hn'ell !
the .... between these concentric 'I.Juh'r" the wall and the plaster. 1ft this bo .

the hull is torn oil' and thrown out, Hilt attended to. the edifice" you call your ( 11.UWJI": ; ; CARD, i

and the kernel drops upon huge iron rollers, tome will aNo hethe'homeofcolds, coughs, Idind. (Commissioner.OIHeeoor. i
and between then alIOl consumption, who will tight) you from : ;
being crushed them, carried U wh and :Sou-nth: is'ts,
on an endless:, band to the press-room. hese weeping walls"", and finally curry you 10tf.tloiioy
The hull and waste from this uccumulaU and your family to nntimelv "graves.- H'.
process H'. A" in AVw' York .
; in immense quantity and are used I .
Sated IH MoneyKCHASi )J.ul. : .
entirely for fuel. Not astick of wood 1 nor a \ ,I ,
}pound of coal is purchased for this factory. (-'OTTO.". !) ': YOl'K: KMilNF.S:: FHOMus. I .

The hulling machine* supply all the fuel : alluded in a previous issue to tho successful '. and save .f KK on a 1" HOI-MO ; #:'J"Oon .
necessary, not only for the cotton seed mill experiments which have ,been made i a 2O! Horse, mid $3im J on a :'Vt J Horsepower "
but for the Quapaw Cotton Mills on the adjoining hi South Carolina in the culture of the sea Kngino.: !Send" for onr prii-e* before "purchasing ., '" x.'ullj- ..uti it* Ofllc.> In I'lurldM.Don't .

; block. Two large Corliss engines, ofli island, or long staple, cotton, and wo wish ; Kngine: *, (Sin, Presses, Saw .in"l lJrist I .
> horse-power( each, are required to work again to call the attention of our agriculturists ( JJ\I.\ ... Threshers, or any kind of Machinery.
the mac-bint-ry of these mills I ; and tixh'tOilS to these result. This' aperies of tint cotton We arc Manufaiturer Agent*,
oftliis fuel are consumed each &laUli.. plant does not produce lit! many l oll* or aii-l guarantee satisfaction in Duality and ,
der their immense loilers.On : price. WALK Kit .V Lon p.
"' so much lint as tho shorter staple *|"*fit>.
reaching the press-room, the ('1'11.111.11kcrJll.h but the lint is far tint-rand more valuable in No. Ktt: Mooting utrcet, Wt...t side, near ,
of the cotton seed ore thrown into commerce. Whatever dilIV.reiice of opinion Charhvtoii Hotel. Charleston. S. ('. -
large iron drums, where they are thoroughly may Ixi..t as to tho immediate caustit i itI April !H. I"',''|-111.- I
cooked by steam-the contents of each drum I well known that the atmospheric conditions ...
being; rontinti.illy agitated 1 by mean of revolving of the coast: have a marked inllueiu on thequality I'oit SAM:. I .." ,

: paddles or wings. "This steaming : of tho' cotton, and iu cultim- hat \ DWKLLIMj; liorsi': CONTAINING ." .

and stirring process converts the mass into never extendtsl 1 to a greater\ distance than .__ \. nine rooniM, well iini'liedandfurniKheil, I, 4
u c wrse. trreasy meal IIf rich yellow\ color fifty or !>ixt.wilM. from thu sea. During wittilotof land 3!IU.l1- fwt. never-failing, ;;" ... .
which ;In drawn
oil' into strong! canvas bags, two generation it cultivated\
was only on well\ (
or | Kkets, each holding: about six quarts.These land* bordering < n salt water, but fur some I barn ami water nut,tan buiMing k eapaeity*. 'niimlH-r"i xty LarreKgiMjtl of orange' ;l '!!ndj-i.urt.nler. 1'l.tt" of cooked meal are then secured before the war the "blacked"
yean was and .
I between the folds of u thick, heavy grown on tho strong, hammock lamUof MM otber ligtret-n flower*, twentyfivearietie nd' ohriilx t", niimerou of rllt41t tunantioii. ; hiI\.. til":1I11j: ,.". Orkrf'4-th! { 'r Mill rucei prompt attention from u*. Ad-Ire\ .*

matting' made of curled hair and canvas, I die Florida, producing lint of fine qualityam For .
further | >. tu "' '
and placet! under a |x>werful hydraulic (press, ] of groat strength of fibre. Hut the .. apply = "
extreme )11:. .. H: MinrCJI: ; ... ,, ", t. pr.uulu.'IIJCJCUIC. .
and the oil extracted by a *. of sixty ,
pre ure MMisitivriifk* of the plant under' an On Ibe pn-iiiiM!* at OtiTovrn.,

tons to the square inch litre we tint see exec of moi.-turu hairauixil iu culture to Fernandina, .'Ia., February :"lfi; 1s141..JII1,1\ O&.t:. _I'.tHY: U I \, .'u.


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I THE.FLORIDA MIRROR The peach Hotel. 'I' -l)1'd. sit Railroad t 'H.I .
i r Company) for their liberal re Xottcc to lViar-lVif/rr

i .. .. ,. The contract; for the erection of the Beach Lieutenant f. J. 1'anon. of the Fernandi Auction of rates, and special' accommodations I am now ready to receive tax returns for
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( :== : 7.-- : Hotel has been given out, and the work will na Light Infantry, died In this city on the during the convention and picnic at the present year, llliink tl'tUrtJI111 be furnished -

i ; r 9.00 A flat; $/.00 I'Oll SIX MOXT1M.Local be pressed to completion with all possible! 2d Inst. Lieutenant t 1'uton had only beena Gainesville.Hy : t at my ofllcc over C G. Slark'sstole. corner
order of the convention.WM. .
of Centre and Second streets.WM.
I. 1 ---- -- -- resident of
i; i j I dispatch. The location selected Is about \ Florida for some three years, C..i NDIUW, Secretary.Lint H. GARLVND.FKRXANDI.V .

\, ",. 'I'' _llejlectlona 400( yards south of the end of the shell road, but was very highly. respected! and at the -- ------- .\, March( 10, 1881-tf

';. :,". i I .: I'' and will be immediately on the bench, so time of his death was the marshal of this of Letters n. .. ___ --- -- -
: 1 ,, t 1 The City of t aUn, arrived Tuesday! evening that the foundation will be washed, by, the city He was! nn Englishman by birth Remaining: : In the l'ust t-Office at Fernandina \IMVotlce .tdterlivcmrul! N.
,' and her freights for Jacksonville! and Nassau ___ .. .. __ .. _____ -.-
p s i waters of the Atlantic. The hotel will be about 40 years of age, and came to Florida : county, Fla., June 2, 181:11.: Persons n
( ,I I points up 1 the river was delivered in Jacksonville calling for these! letters must advertised \ lo l'I11'1'n. .I..rN.
two hundred and sixty feet in length The Iulll'ringwith! the disease of his lungs which say
AM:\ to receive the faxes on
ciathe Fcrnandina and Jacksonville now ready
II J : great dining hall will bo in the ('('lImln the occasioned! !death : I real ami. personal; property\' assessed! for

!;::" ,, 1 ) i' Railroad early: Wednesday] morning. form of a St. Andrew's. Cross or the letter X. The! funeral ceremonies were held in the Brown, Charles It Heard, W,". ]H.( the year 1 1SSO for the City of Fernandina.
("': .,; I I p : i I' She left for New York on Friday. with I cemetery of the Episcopal: church Brown, Jrdu U. ( '"I hUll. K. All property on which! the taxes! rt.11IalllIInal.t !
". ball will be on Friday
ta t t'i 1' The dining very spacious! um Cannon, George W. Cood Lizzie
d advertised
,' freight and (III Juno .1st. 1 isil I. will be
,,1' 1. :. t passenger will be convenient and ample for large excursion evening, Rev. O. 1' Thackura olliciating. Johnson closes i Love, Millard and. sold. Thoso who have paid for 1SSI>

?);' 'i; t I.; t /i Mr. Charles 1 E. l-'orrest will travel in the I'arti's.Iljoilling the dining hall, ; The Fernandina Light Infantry of Leonard, A. "'. Lathrop, Funny will please: present their receipts.

; : .t'.t'I. ._. t 'C interest the firror on the line of the on the south\ side, will bo reception( rooms!: which! he was the first! lieutenant, and'the I' McClan, Siller Murray, Anne! W. F. SCOTT; F"
?k )(UIISIIII. A. :S., :M.( I 1). Robinson, :Sophia ((2): ) :2K-U; Tax Collector Nassau! : County.Yacht
in East
Hail rood] and other
I I Transit points and parlors, and the remainder of that cud Nassau! : Light\ Artillery attended the funeralin 1l0"IIIOIl'olll1f'! Readen, adv: I .
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t ': i Florlll1lr.] Forrest will correspond with of the hotel will be devoted to bedrooms' a body to pay the respect duo to their late Sullivan, Timothy Spencer.lauusJr lo I.el.HE .

t S 1 I' l' the Mirror, and furnish 1witll items of Interest On the north side] of the dining hall will be Valued,l comrade and officer Stearns J. W. Tison, Middleton( '/' : safe: and commodious Yacht NICY,

I .: 1 1 in reference to the progress of business!! gentlemen's reading sitting and smokingrooms Mr.( I'aton, it I Is understood", bus no relatives Wright Williams Louisp Louisa \\ff"I(:son. Grace j Captain O. (G.; Darling can: be chartered '
fur pleasure parties! at reasonable rates. Oyster !
i and settlement In Kn.st: Florida. III this
tt'i" t !!, with suites of bedrooms.! A broad country. Wills & Crawford.
: Hakes at King' Hay n specialty.<
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,::;: :t :; Major-Gcneral H.( Lc I'oer'rrenelu, If. B. veranda will extend entirely around the ----- KVM'I. T. RntDicu: ,. P. M.MARINE. (. I'or particulars apply; to Major Suhrer,

<;', Y} .' M. A. of England, visited Fernandina tlo'f / building .1 loon In State Lands. :Mansion II nil Sf', or J. Thompson, Spencer

', "- '; route to England; Ho Intimates( that he will There has been a remarkable acthity in House( St. Mary's( or address! '
/ The beach is smooth solid and
: o'f entirelyfree CAPT. O. (1. ]DARLING) : ,
.' I r l return In October He has been l'enltingIi' from danger of any kind, presenting one the sales of public lands:'! at the State Land tort of rernandlna.HIGH 15-131! : St t. Mary's( Ga.

F; I some time on Orange Lake, and expresses; !! of the most! admirable locations firl,1lath. Office/ since the first of January For the six WATER. .

:. <"r ," I ; himself as much pleased with the country, ing which can be anywhere found. The water months prcccdingthat i I date there was but onesale Saturday, June 4...... 0:33: A. ]M. 1:0.31',1.: jTii. "PKESCOTT.Style .

; ; t ; although the expectations with which he shoals so gradually that small children! of school I lands, and very few sales of internal Sunday 5...... 1::"'6" 1:55":

: ,( I r ( came out have not been realized according improvement lauds.. Ilelow we givea Monday, ((5...... 2:17": 2:48Tuesday : "
I can enjoy it as safely as adults. Indeed it is "
i '. i r statement showing sales of all classes 7...... 3:13:45": :
him. of
held out to
i to the Inducements : Fit
; quite a favorite style among our citizens to Wednesday. 8...... 4:12": 4:4:1": : ,
t..j m f ': 3 The vegetable shipment continues to growl take the whole family together for.the enjoyment lands!' since January to date : Thursday, 3..5:11 1 : 41.10":
INTERN: .U, IMPROVEMENT': AND BW4UP Friday 10..... G:05 LANDS. : 1I:3i":
if l i value every week Over :120,000 crates wore of a surf bath The location of the ,

t received during the current week for ship- hotel, facing the broad Atlantic, with the January..... ...... ...... 1,374.03 Acres. $Amount.4,113.20: ( ARRIVED. AND

'. ;: .r: r : ?h inent from the line of the Transit road- soothing influence of the waves perpetually February ................ 27,102.42: :!:.!.!Jii.3:1: May :28! \-S. P. Florida. Using, llvanllah.S. Durability.'I II

f+,' 1 f1 t t road, besides .11 considerable! quantity) t tans breaking with varying force upon the shore, March ..............,...... H.M5.32! ; 10, !Xi.3S; 29! 1'. City of Hridget..n, Fitzgerald,
The increasing shipments! of vegetables and the breeze April........ ............. 33,298.45;) 20.713.W' : ; Savannah I
: ': refreshing sea tempering to May....................... 14,397.37 12158.33 30-Sch. Quaker McNilty( New-
%,; i 1' :). front Florida] will demand special and am- delightful coolness! the noonday] beat, will all -- -- York City, ,

..: (,: ; f! I .', ample arrangement's for Its speedy ,and !safe combine to make the Beach Hotel a most II Totals.............. 90,508.54 $ ii,15J.'G! : :31-S. S. City of Dallas Hisk, ew York

handling and placing in market. New ships inviting and popular retreat\ SCHOOL AND SEMINARY LANDS. -S. P. Florida Usina Ra'lJJllah.Seh. .

)v j should be especially adapted to this kind of We have no doubt that this is: only the Acre Amount. "- R.. M 1. 'Vall"Vall Charleston. -

..{ freight, having In view the requirements of Total ales since Jan. 1..0.370 $8,957.00
I _- :s ) beginning of sea! beach hotels and enter. -Floridian.Immigration ; June 1 I-S. P. City of llridgeton, Fitzgerald
r.J' ventilation, and M low a temperature[ asf prises for the accommodation our people, ----H.- Savannah

1 I I.i.; possible. who will find a trip to our sea-girt! island Xotett.We "" 2-S. 1'. Florida, U." ina, Savannah. Having Inre<>l.v iiii'rt'itMMl my
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f City Hridgeton, Fitzgerald,
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: k more pleasant, and far 1 less expensive, than get the following from the office of the Sav'aunat.DEI'AItTBD.} Mock of Fool-wear in both tine
'. Nsw: YORK, May 31, 1881.
i agent at Jacksonville. Letters from the following
a trip mill medium grades! I am enabled -
"t I:. 1I SoHthivick, Agent, Fcrnandina, Fla. :
; DEAR !SIR:; : I have examined! the vegetables Mr. Steil Is making progress with his restaurant \i/iAlab.ima : May 2S-Hark Suppicich( / Meyers, Toulon. to place petite I my customers -
near the hotel site "'e learn that 2) ; Arkansas. 8 ; California, 1 : -:Sch. Lizzie Wilson, Wilson, Huston.:
I the Wvntcrn Tern and find them in
PIi by be will provide every convenience for refreshing Connecticut, 0 I; Florida 50 ; Georgia, 28 ; -S. Florida.: Using! :Savannah. a \C'I',' large; assortment! of

line condition Illinois 28 Indiana 5 Iowa II 30--:Sch. A. I'. Noel, Lank, Philadel Knots ami Shoes made the
the outer as well as the inner man, I ; ; ; Kansas, by j
: truly, phia.
in the of 13 ; Kentucky, 22; Louisiana: ; :Maine, skilledworkmen.
HENRY: H. MAI.I.OUV.[ way bathing vans on wheels, bathing ; -S. P. City of Hridgeton, Fitzgerald, most competent and ;

f ) I suits, etc. Maryland.. 1 ; .Massachusetts! 12 ; Michigan, :a vnll lIah.OJ These" ioods worepurchased i

I -.-- --- --.- .S'! ; Minnesota: .I Mississippi; 1:1: ; :Missouri, 3L-:S. P. Florida Usina, Savannah.:
1 : Vegetable Quotations. June 1-Sch. L. F. Warren Johnson, Port for 'ASII. and are
Transportation of 1 Vegetable S ; Nebraska, 1 ; New Hampshire' 3 ; New auaill..

i / 4l' : According to a special dispatch received Jersey, 7 ; New York, 2S ; Ohio, 13: ; North 1 1-:S. P. City/ of Hridgeton, Fit/gcralllJ only e.clutugediir the "samecommodity. t
1 II. Weaver .t Co. We observe in the Sun and flee a letter
; June from C.
: to-day ( 2)) ,
i '! Carolina 7 1 S.i nah. '
IV ; Oregon, ; Pennsylvania, 17 ; van 'I'hiH111 be deemed
I WI'TIlellin in from a commission\ merchant! in New York, "
J.'lorhta'l'getllule4! Chicago :2-S. P. Florida U ina. Savannah.
f Rhode. Island: I ; :South; Carolina, !9 t ; 'I'n'n'IC
: t' "' as! follows! : Potatoes, large, $5.00 to $5.50>>l per in the .Florida vegetable business\ : reflectingseverely :3:-S. S. City of]Dallas, Risk: New York. n pleasure' after seeing, examining -
'. 13: Colorado' 1 Wisconsin! Virginia
I'( ; ; : ; "
: ; barrel! ; tomatoes, $,3.00 and encumbers 30 upon the handling' ) of vegetablesupon 3-S. P. City of llridgeton, Fitzgerald: and. learning= at what
.' f 11 ; AVest! Virginia, 3 ; Vermont I ; Savannah.:
cents-Union.Cargo ) the steamship lines from this port, Savannah low these
\ i. : Texas. 8 ; District) of Columbia, I ; ]Dakota, IN PORT.Rnss. extremely prices f
------ Charleston The fact seems to
r', ; :Montana; ; : 1 ; Canada: I ; New HnuiM\ick, : Hark ).IorgenLodrrlunders I +nt,408 floods are on..d.j .
i' of Steamnhtp City of lianas, be (Unit portion of the shipments arrivedin ]
1 Ji; England: 4 Germany, ,1 ; llelgium/ :2! ; tons *
I Juno 3d : 053: barrels: robin ; 322:! barrels New York in bad order. The New York Hr. (Hark Guiding Star, Wooden, :3(50( tons I Inll" <;1 .My Ntoek or (JivriiMi.vs: :
being :;:!uil'ttNfrom)! :36.httcs:1territom'ies: ,
t boxes cedar 208 commission merchant attributes it Hark Usko! Harlin 400 tons.
spirits turpentine ; 803 ; logs to bad
anal 5 foreign countries. From Northern worthy
Hark J. A. tuns.Sch .
Amr. Hrown Gregory,401
cedar 82 bales hides ; 2771 crates vegetables ; handling and stowage on the steamship.Mr. .
;, ; states, 172; ;from Southern states' : 221.: John Douglass, 190!) tons. the attention ol those desiringline .
I 120 barrels vegetables!' ; 1 bag wool ; 170 packages Soutbwick, who has been for a long Pamphlets distributed by mail, \ merchandise.I time\ the efficient managing! agent of the ; Sch Lemina I.'. \\'arrl'll.Johll, 299!! torn. oodtt.

f 'I ._. Mallory(: line at this port, sends the Smut anal oftlci1, 37 ; letters written in reply to inquiries I'h.lIitu., Small, 401 tons.
l\ rarmer'tt :2:11.!::!) Seh. E.: H. Putter Sourer, :319 tons. ..l.1 Orders left to my "selectionwill
Southern Monthly. Bee the following I statement exonerating his
The-correspondence! is generally from agriculturists $du,1V. E. Lee "'c'ek501 (uns. recoil careful and
Wo in of the June number of line
arc receipt : Srh,1V. R. ))run', Bond 314( tons.
> 'H I $ f. this excellent agricultural magazine, published 1st. The vegetables; do not arrive in New t fruit and vegetable growers, Sch. C. \\'. May:Davis, 271 tOil! .
ii York in suclta condition All that mechanics of all kinds, from capitalists: and Sch. James Lewis, 319! tons
; ieh ; 1 by, J. II. Estill;: of the Savannah Xetcs, rotting
It the Mallory Line have carried this year have manufacturers, some from pro f,':<>ional t men Seh. A. )D. Davis. J H. PRESCOTT,
t and edited I,. C. t 40 $2
Bryan Esq.< ,
i' ) pages
) t arrived in a fair condition. but have met a (;but these do not propose to follow theirirofessions Sch. Elias Moore, Lewis, :3(52 tons.
per year. The table of contents! contains glutted market, and the consignees I to protect from who Sch Quaker City, McNilty, 510 tons 4-3m Fcrnaitdina. Via.
t tidies on Work for the Month, Upland Rice, t themselves\ have made the statement [ ), sumac people proposeo :Sch. R. M.1Valis\Valls\:' 590: tons.
that the steamers handle the shipmentsbadly. form small colonies In no case within Total Hks. and Brigs 4 -
L. Fancy Farmers, Orange Scale J Insect, the ; r.1NGEIl
I.. i a *; the last year has there been any allusion to Total Schooners...... 13 Groceries and Provisions.
: iA Persimmon, Orchard Grass! Hornless Cattle,
f 2nd. The
average length t of time from
social matters here climate
political: or or
,\\1 the Labor Question\, Fish Culture, etc, all of Fernandina to NeW York, by the Mallory Total] IVA'otlce. tt ini\n: ),
Line, is four which shows there is scarcely one about health. Practical ques-) :
which are of interest to Florida readers days, / no

i .. ------ detention there ions as to localities, lands, products: transportation T> AKERS: AND CONFECTIONERS( ,
.. 3rd. There i is not. now, nor has. there ever arc the rule, It may be fairly in- TiI,- Brut of Saniiorn t Hoyt has this day
'. List of I'asnengcrsI'er been, a )pool among the {savannah, erred that the political( harangues: against been dissolved by mutual consent.: Fred.W. CIIOICKCirocericN I
; steamship I ('ity If I) Illtl8, from Fernan Charleston and Mallory Lines to Florida Hoyt i is authorized) to settle, in the &firm's

t I \ rt; diva to New York, June 3 : General Trench, 4th 1 oversee the stowing of the vegeta the South only tind hearers and believers' name, all debts due to and I by the !said firm. Cigars, and Tobaccos,
t ? f bles on the ships and know that they are who are credulous, prejudiced and too timid SAMIORX & HOYT.
: Miss Florence Carrew, ((1'ort Royal,) II. B.t .
all placed on deck and are carried there the to emigrate from their ancestral (monies.\ I"us.\StrIS.\: May 31, 1881.I TOYS AND! FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings ; .
(- Langley I M. W. Mecny, Oeo. S. Uiggs, Mrs.M. whole passage and are sheltered from thosnn's
be the shall continue business in the linens I
It will seen that correspondence: is same
\ ns! well as! the storms, by
L. Way. rays a light : Entertainments: and Picnics: ,
above firm
that done the at
leek, fUlll'l't where the best\ ventifution is. not so large 11..111 the fall and winter month, formerly by ,
From Jacksonville to New York : Cabin the same place. "'. A. 8. sJloJts. furnished I at the shortest notice, at rock-bot !
1 When (bedeck Is full, which is very seldom! yet it shows that an earnest inquiry is constant tom prices, at
; f i -Mrs. Ncwnan, Mrs. W. II. Brown and the vegetables in the between decks
l batches" from nil sections.Mr.S .\Xm', :IS HAKERY.
J ; child, C. II, Appleby, James A. Johnson: forward, the left off, and where Instruction. Centre Street,
; Mrs. Pzialynski, Mr. L. C. Rogers, Mr.{ l). there is current of air continually )passing: "I''adrluumkstime agent, informsusthatnany Miss( Haltzcll( will give instruction!' on Piano : Opp. old I'. O.
"j. Building-
>. among them. No person has ever seen vegetables letters are received from mechanics, Fllrt.lclrs4! through post-ofiice. --- .-.. .-
: 1 W. Richards. t'erag\-Ed.. Paxtcu, Joseph: going in or coming out of the hold. fruit-gra vcrs, and truck-mncn, North and
'If' :.1 Jacobs, Mrs. J. C. Jacobs, John A. Jacobs, J. The commission merchants in New York I'OMt-OjJlce. yottec.
i West for information to
asking as employment
: M. Jacobs, G. W. Wright, Miss! A. Med say tlll'mletvesthut the vegetables: have been
t injured by the late frosts, and then blame and lands !suitable for their purpose. 01nrtlulfr81.'rlllll) 8:00: A. M. to ((5.00: r. M.
f drum. Orders and Letters from I.
Money Registered
J the transportation lines. The few letters\ from England: art. from
\, .' ;,fit -- ------- The steamship City of Dnllat left here the h't8)plc 8:1)0: ) A. M. to 1:00: r. M.; and from 2:00: p. M.

I.. '. :s'! Jefferson Davis' Xeiv Work. past week with 1.200 packages of vegetables who have resolved emigrate, and who to 3.30.. I'. M. Sundays from 10:30: to 11:30: A. M.

Mrs. )(. E. Rossignol, who is the authorized all on deck: R. W.: SorniwirK. n""urc H large following! when the present ARRIVAL AND) DKPAHTITRK OK THE M.Ut8.Xitfthrrn s.

; ; << canvassing agent for Hon. JetrersonDavis' Agent Mallory( Line, Fernandinu. migrants shall have come and made Mail-Arrives daily lit 10:25: A. M.

'I i 1 work, "The Rise and Fall of the Confederate As it clearly the interest of the steam! known their views Closes: 5t: 0i'. ]M.

t j;; ship to the of the The recent large transfer: and sale by General Kxtra M t' i Government, is in Fernandina company promote growth For points north of Savannah start I

/ I canvassing( for subscribers for that work, large and increasing business" of vegetable Sanford of his lands and improvements 0111\'. Hoses i......... .....................10.0OA.; M. A. H. NOYKS:,, GROTMI: AND SHIP CHANDLKR

: which U expected to be issued this month. and fruit transportation, it would seem but In Orange and Alachua counties, will probably Cninr Keynii'l Tr>tn,U HtHrowlArrives who is too busy to write an mlverti.sement.II. .

bring a large amount of English: capital .................. ..................... 4.00 p. M.
t j 'The very great interest felt in the forthcoming natural that they should use every precautionto Closes ......................................... 8:15: .t. ]M.
ci work of Mr. Davis throughout the wholeS put such perishablegoods in market in &good and English Immigration to those counties We-.'"* Florida!

'I I: country will ensure the immediate sale of all order.' A part of the trouble may lie buck of The Duke Cabtelluccia's purchase of theDummitt Arrives....................................... 4:00: p. M. .

: the railroads and and be grove, and his present and future Clone .........................'................ 5:00: p. M.
tf tt t the copies which will be put on the market steamships chargeable .
i : Jaekit>ncillc ami tit. Jnhtaleer
t 'If i It Is only published by subscription! and our to the shipper and the condition' of the development of his property, will at once Arrives....................10:25::! A. M. 5:00: ( p. M. i I

,; citizens will have an opportunity through weather at the time of packing and ship ring many Italians! who no doubt, will be Clos -' ..............,.......10.00: p. ]M. 5:00: p. M.ML. !

: i! the opportune arrival of Mrs. Rossignol of ping. "notice in the reports of the New ollowed by more. Nor are the Americans :tf.\ T. IhD II.L!: 1'. M.

II .( obtaining an early copy.Vegetable York commission merchants great differences lagging in investing and coming. Large and

I -- In the condition of vegetables receivedby small tracts are being constantly sold for actual When the Fields are Whitectth .:. DOTTEUEIl,

1 ;. Transit. the same! vessel! and by vessels of the settlement and investment.' Middle Cotton 7

I. ; ; same line.' }Florida is being inquired about, and we prey No money now ; can't buy {pianos or organs )
l & satisfactory arrangements for vegeta FLORIDA,
till cotton comes bum Yea vou can. }
did that within the Madison Jetlerson
I When vegetables arrive in bad order and year ,
'i entered Into cash cash
ble bhippers were yesterday by Rake up $10 on an organ or $ on
,g I..f the Savannah Florida and Western Rail are so reported to the shipper, (there is apt to Leon[ Gadsden. Jackson, and the adjoining a piano, and we will sell you during June, JiEVLKU: IX
I be dissatisfaction to be vented counties will find many strangers I looking, July August: and September at rock: bottom I
and Transit Hail road authorities for the upon| some Fine
Family I
way asking, offering buying and settling on thesuperior cash rates, and wait three months for the roc'rtenAND .
IJ : t'm shipment of fruits and vegetables to points body, although no one may really be chargeable balance, without one cent of interest. Cash I

I, 1 ;. north, northeast, west and northwest, from with neglect or delay, but the condition lall.l".f that section. rates. Three months' credit. No interest.
'J ; [ of the articles Don't forget it. Grand summer clearin, I
and the ;
Transit Railroad. shipped may vary, :
of the : Regular
line Thanks.
t the Card of
'H, out sale of new and secondhand instru )1'IlVlbONS.1'ttstumen __
t 1 I tide trains will be run, connecting with. weather during the |>eriod of transit! may ARCHER, Fn., June I. 18S1.; I JUI'lltsfO pianos! 500 organs. All styles. -r", .

Savannah and Charleston for I }have an Injurious or \\'nruhlutt'l't! according All grades All Must I be closed out. I
learners at .I. O. M>irl>onell, t s.. Citn'l l\iueuyer: Avtlt.li'mawlilli' '\\.ri't-s. -
North. Loaded trains entire will be I to circumstances. /Ya. : SjHvial terms to buyers. CUthpri't

1 I points switched on to the line of the Savannah, Shippers have right to expect that the :SIR : At u meeting the Alachu-i: County 1 I days>'s advanced teat trial.only Guaranteed ten per cl.'lit.instruments: Fifteen ran rely Uxn| getting CIIOICK .

Florida and Western Hallway from the best care in handling, stowage and expedition Sunday School Association. held on the I'rum six best makers. Catalogues and full GOODS, as!

Transit Railroad without any transfer of be given to their freights, and the interest Jilth, :27th and 2Sth ult., I was requested to information mailed free of charge. Avoid

contents and discharged directly at the of the transjMjrtation comj>anies U send you a copy of the following resolution, being; Iml"'II.UI'l.H\ Heatty or any other 1HUN.J C
sS man by ordering at once front the grell'wholl'Nile NOTHING HUT Tilll'I: a"IT: S
bhin's bides at Savannah. The most lm- equally involved. We are glad to note that inanimously adopted at their Ian session : piano and I organ depot| of the

proved switches, of the .latest make will an arrangement has been recently perfected Ketulwl, That the thanks of this sociu- South, Ludden .t Hates Southern Iusic1IIII"

..o:>nuect the two lines at CuUItIUU1.-l'ui. for speedy rail tran'ft'l'J. tiO! !! U UnuU'ivd to the officers of the Tran e, Savannah. Ga. am kept In totllt'k. '_.'.

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