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 18, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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:. St1Trx'IIrS.tt account of him (Umphrcys) not keeping a and (fifteen acres of till! Caldvell, lands, but I Urn Utlf'. !\ and from all probabilities it will bo comj -
!'h'u,1fiootlI'I'jght' loyal course, on account we have\ not heard yet wha; price he (paid.Mr. .\ number of( prospective settlers from" the j plated this coining: winter, which will boon

+ Colli mblI. of aid his or succor cohabiting to the with party Democracy, holding, in rcfu-in inlet! / [ Weathers! bought! something\ o\er one North have come in recently, and are look- j inducement to our farmers togo largely into

;I' The reports of the crops' from all sections!I men, who arc incompetent and untrue to !hundred acres from\ ]Dr. Mcl'ilo, ami, (paid big around. People from the exlieinc Noilh- I,, cultivating the !soil, for then (they will foil 1
(of the county arc favorable exccft oat. t the tenants of 15epnblican!', t the party i is disorganied about $a,') (per acre. Messrs.: hum( ,fc Urown ern States: and Canada mire fast learning (that I satisfied: that they can with quick! transit,

f'For the past! three !seasons'! (the' oat crop ha* banners and, discouraged drooping plumes, and with tents trailing 1'1the! bought about 1 live hundred acres from Mrs.Caldwell I it is not only ! s s been almost n failure. There will be more ragged edge) of defeat.) for which! they (paid. about $10 }per 'for t them to, come here in 1II11111l'f-i / their produce. 'I'hercl'ore,1ct u. all look to
'poultry raised In this county this year than I h"unallygg1etl: to you from the elevated acre. ,\1l111cole sales were in the" immediate fact we know Northern 1'I' experiences our Intl'fl'ot111 l encourage; the good workin
ever before Sn a single{ year. While the profit portion of an American citi/cn, who, vicinity of tlc nln Other! ao.s' have- been less change) of climate by coming here In order that wo may soon see its: completion -
,','lIllil'l disorder
'is! small, the income derhod from it aggregates In.ing desirous and 'no disintegration III'll't'in no 'in our. no ranks, made: in various portions! of the county, but the summer (than he does by coming in time for tilt advantages derived from it

an i immense sum. We are told that would rather see men sacrificed than principi we do not know the names: of the! (partiesnor winter..-The orange interest I is not lagging would be immensely great-FlorlilnVr r.SH .
(: the steamers now running from Cedar Key ?. You can assist: these Florida Republicans the( }prices paid. Whene\er a sale is! in Orange county. In addition to the inter.
s '. much if you will send the sound. along made, in whatever section the! large number of I improved places that have
to ]Tort White bring a great quantity of the line in language: that cannot bo misinterpreted. : county, \ glance at I the map of Florida(; will show
t freight, and that .a large business! i is springIng I Let no\guilty man escape.And we hope the same will be reported to us. We been purchased by newcomers: in the last the geographical position ut' Sumter county
lip in the :wilt hern part of thin county\ note sir, 1 )bid you adieu May "He want to let our readers know just what is sior eight months, many: sales of unim to bo twenty-eight degrees and thirty minutes -
+ enabling the farmers to sell their produce who tempers( the wind to I ho shorn !:tilth," being done in our eouuty-icing; no one pl'on'dlallll-l have been mado, and the parties : north latitude, and nearly in the centreof

9 nearer home.--hike City Reporter.Ihival. temper prosperity life's chino chilling unclouded l blasts upon to you.your venerable May portion theprCferenceover another.-:Ma-[ have: either set out, or are engaged inclearUK the l'l'lI i 11..111:1.. Its general topography,

brow and may angels,: of mercy pluck lion county had, until recently, the! largest! and setting out, new groves. while it has the appearance of being flat or
i the of (lower and scatter them wild in the world. It l DKVTII or Ftnxrts liris.-Died: lit his .
Board brightest on orange groves nowpruducy level, is varied
1 The case of .\. I). Hasnitt i I'*. The f embracing in its! limits
your pathway: in your downward march to sweet (than other home, at Pine Loch ftHh: I
( more oranges any on Monday: May hammock
1'ri Aldermen and Tax-Collector of the city of the dark stream, and in the( morning of the swamp, undulating, and, in sumo
county in the State, and has a larger quantity 1\t.4 o'clock, a.m., Francis Epics: in his locations
Jacksonville" .Messrs. Coekrell A: Walker for grand} assizes may yon stand justified freely hilly pine lands, and the qualityof
complainant, and City-Attorney Hartridge bv His! grace, and among the redeemed of of land suitable for their (production eigldicthyeari : Mr. Kppe.s: was one of the the soil is: in like manner varied-,that otthe.
for respondent! was argued before his honor tile Lord !shout the l pcans' of undying .Iory, Her groves were so little alTertod. by the severe early settlers of Orange county-a man: of IUlIIl11fdboth low and high, being

Judge Baker, Thursday! The case was! byway Thine Cho.! : \wriliiYANT('rtrnly: M.I( ()- cold of last winter that not a tree was unusual ability and\ preeminent personal much superior to the contiguous pine lands.
.I the motion ['"Mi""rS""tllrr" llrcordrr At despoiled of its foliage. These ,fact, taken purity of character. He Wln grandson of The timber
;t of writ of certiorari, I being Montgomery, to show cause, etc., praying the respondents To 'ol. CII\!"E, rensacola! Fla. together, or !separately, entitles: her to the Thomas Jefferson, and had been, to some is both yellow and pitch pine, of which thcro
he re-strained from selling the property of Of the ]:C\'. (terse \\ Bryant, who came banner. Her oranges are abs) sought for in extent, in public life during the greater portion there i is abundance for building and fencing.

:: complainant for non-payment of taxes for here recently, wcare informed that, although the New York market for their bright color of his! life, although always averse to The hammocks: are timbered with hickory .
1880. His honor reserved his decision until forcible negro speaker, he has a very bad and line flavor. We invite persons in search politics and to mingling in public affairs.He the different kinds of oak, and various
r? ; when it delivered reputation in New Orleans and Mobile, and of orange lands to visit our county ami give was a man who<< in death deserves more the
I :Saturday evening, was swamp growths! live oak frequently
(,t sustaining the motion. The chief points was obliged to vacate the pulpit in both our groves, oranges and landsan inspection.A : than a passing notice An extended obituary growing to an enormous size and largely
ox made by complainant were : the levy tvayillegal places for gross: immorality, and in the latter store and depot are being l erected at is being prepared, and will be publishednext preponderating. The stiff clay, hammocks
+ there record of place for swindling the colored people.Illllftborouolt. Anthony Place, and a site for hotel ]has wl'l'k.Olltl. Florida Journal afford the
being no any assessment finest! pasturage' : for stock or cattle
, been located which will be soon built. A 7 ii fitam.
the council other than 'far
by city :Minnie supplying a grass more nutritious
.a aa committee report as to the amount required The work already done on the channel hotel in that neighborhood: already an absolute livery newcomer to this! section is greatly than tho common w ire-grass growing on tho

for city purposes! ; second: that in any has increased: the depth of water so as to necessity. It is. a splendid farming surprised to see tho hearty, robust appearance pine lands, and offers: to the capitalist, in
event the city could not levy under. HIP law enable the Gi::::'... Jtendertoit and 'oclimn to orange-growing).; section( and is! destined: and good health of our Northern population connection with farming: an industry,
more (than one per cent. for current expenses! ,' come up to I the wharves at much lower I tides: to have a rapid( tl'ltl'mcnt.-O"Ilt Manner. who have been for years living in which, under proper management, would,

r and pl'l'iallax to pay the interest on (the than formerly. It will take a ooII1t'1I11\1Ire 3fonroe. our midst. Tho fruit of their labors Ii evi! not fail to prove rom IIIII rali n'. I alludo fa
{ bonded debt, and for a sinking\ fund for the work, however, to put the channel/ in the TIIK t KvKuui.un-s.: ; Captain II. S. ]ht val, Ih'nl'l'tIby the growth of their orange trees, stock-firulhig, particularly of horses I ami
payment of the principal, which could not condition it ought to be.-The water in United States: deputy surveyor' and party, which has been tho result of patient labor. sheep, and selection of choice cattle. On
possibly: bo more (than a half per cent., the bay i clearer/ than it has been in years. reached Key West last Thursday! (May[ :.'11.) They have been exposed necessarily to lie this 'grass horses will feed two-thirds: of the
whereas the amount attempted to be collected So say men who have been living in Tampa They went into the field on the 'J-M:? lof 1 February heats! of :summer. Bronzed they may: be, year and keep in lino condition Colts anti

,,, was two and a )half )per cent. The decision all their lives. .\ nickel dropped. in I l" feet and have been constantly in the 'unexplored and in some instances they may have: hecnaflliced'.Vblh sheep could bo raised and ready for sale or
sustains these !several points, and the of water could be seen .so distinctly that the regions since. The survey they ( chills and fever, but (hcirgeim market without any other cost! than atten
", tax levy remains a nullity, the 1I'I-'I' meiit words mi\ it could he I.-Tho many i made extended east of range: 27, townships! eral health( here is' as oollIs among the old (tion. The agricultural interest of Sumter
:and levy being required to be made during young orange groves' in theicinity of 31, ,'):2 and Ai: south. The survey was continued hills of I their native Ill''mimes. Discuses] here county is largely combined with fruitgrowing.

the year for which it is lah1.J.'lorid'L"t''S. Tampa are looking remarkably well, considering ten milcslroni the BHCI'lItblfl.Tit" that so far: (this season it has h been unusually I to what has: been looked upon as the cases yield readily to medicine, when taken northern section( of the l'OUlltwhero transportation
( dry and hot. The rains! have been Everglades, and south to within. six mile.s of in time. About time first! 'I"cstl'Ipm'
city council of Peiisacola! ("or what is: I, is! ut }present wanting! the cultivation
very )partial throughout the Chucoliskco; of the islands pounded 1 I by, a ni'in: who anticipates: a home
left of it, to use the language of the Atl- county some one belonging to' of fruits for market has received! but
rafter)), have, in pursuance! of a mandato of neighborhoods complaining of flip dry the Thousand<<1 bHu/ state; that ho 111111expeetc(1 here i1l. I Is. it healthy? From observations littlo attention. In other sections': + while
the United Mates court, ordered the levy weather, while others have been favored I to find the land. all low and wet we are induced, to believo Hint Northerners is receiving u due share of attention agriculture
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with rain Killing stand<<1 the climate here better than
good + alligators fur but the na-
t. aim collection 01 a tax 01 iwo per terra, on ; whateurpl'is'c1: hlilii'WjS(0it( \ the further tho cultivation of fruits
t all (the taxable property of the city to meet their hides has become! an established: business i- : cast he went the more high mill'rolling the tivis. '('lierastkidtan'tvuts ..demonstratedtho : the orange, Is so extensively con, nee tod. withit
its old bonded indebtedness." This is to berollccte.l which is being carried on quite extensively lands hc'un1I1l'CIJII; II lrr marked as the Kverglados : fact (that the regular troop! of the United that tho number of would
in some of these :South: Florida.vuh- far bo :States: army, in this! climate, oven as far orange groves I
for the years 18 7- -H-8o! >, and will as as surveyed, were highlands alinoxt t'IIUllllho number of residences. Jit
ties. At the head of this! new business! in covered. with south aslhcOkccchohco and tho Kvcrglades:
t make in all eight per cent. Now, we ha.1upposl.1 a large growth of pine, addition to ail the varieties of the ('ilrutli banana
it was to avoid little annoyaiuvsofhis this section :-llllllisIr.: Philip D/ialyiiski) with hel'11111 there largo: bodies of hammock were more robust and healthy than the vol
V ( kind that our last: legislature, at the instance brother of the mayor of Jacksonville, with land I which,i seemed I richer I than he had I 1I111t'I'r01'! own and adjoining states. It garden, vegetables ,in guavas almost grapes unlimited, fig and
: of the members fl'ollll'"callluia: passed' his headqnaiters at Fort Meade, in folk ever before seen in the State, and he has! had! is! important that care should be taken to extent '
can bcHiicccssfully cultivated in thiscountynclttding
; a law, which wag approved' !by thc< iovernor, county. :Mr.: D/.ialynski has the contract: an experience of tidily-one years! in surveying preserve health. During the rainy season! in tobacco which
abolishing, the city government. ]this was we I learn, (to supply live thousand: 'gator in Florida. Captain Duval comes back I the! summer avoid drenching ruins, and especially finesi/e, and makes from ,three to live grows to
not its hides to some leather firm in Paris and l'I1rril'llnwa with lie a ohango\ of warm clothing is cropsin
: purpose! we shall be glad to be corrected expects ) ( :surprising' fertility of ) necessary the season.! -Advance.Carpentry .
by the editor of the Advance, who was to deliver (that number in August! the soil' and of its high, dry character. after getting wet. To sit about with
certainly one of the most intelligent members next. Some of the saurian already killed Why I I toulciliot believe that such a land damp clothing! ) exposed to the ('ol.llulr after .. and JtulUltnu.

of that )), ). We notice that the pa- measured as much as: lilt ecu feet in length. lay in Florida, especially where I had "been a squall, is: enough, to chill any man and t We have received: tho Juno number Ihi?

I'crI: I for what reason does not clearly appear, In the Myakka lakes these monsters abound.T taught, and believed, was 'a morass! : and an make him: sick. The death rate( of Florida, excellent ami practical journal especially
r fl'garll1he action of the council as a farce,
and manifestly think (that no taxes will bevuiiuviiii -Loan.Nottvit11sbuuling -- .'. opinion of the l Kvergl.ides.: Captain: ]hl\'al-) other state 111 (tlm Iltlimi-1'ulnlLii._ -lltrtiltl--. -" ., building As every one l-i interested in this
,.. .
d. L uuuer u tier oroer.. it more man a !spring drouth, unprecedented My idea ot the matter is: that (they are partially St. Joh DIM.Jlr.I'arlet11'ashhngtonof. subject, and 'few men arc competent' to plan
intimates that'thin was the view of its! members ill the memory of any but the "old. ( a myth. No doubt there issomething : ]: Matanxas, was even the simplest house correctly, such a

in making it. On the other hand, the est inhabitants," which seems to be more of the kind, hut covering: but very little ill the! city dining the( first part' of (the week. }publication us the one before us will be very
Uitzettc mildly suggests! the propriety of a protracted in this vicinity than anywhere, ground< compromise with the city's creditors. As else we arc of the opinion that truck-farm lake, but you see (showing a map of are looking) w'II. ulII.llr they continue( in the build] or improve. The present number con.

there( Is no doubt, we suppose' of the 1 legal ing has paid better tho present year in the I the surveyed country) (that surveyed thir same ratio the yield will be lal1;('. He stated l tains a full set of carefully prepared plain
validity of the debt, it having passed! into a neighborhood Tallahassee! and Monticello, ty-six miles! east and<< west of what is laid that the 1 Irish potato crop in that section for an KnglMi] : cottage, with specifications

judgment; we wonder the editor does: not and perhaps Madison, than in any other down as the Everglades: : and the further eastI surpasses any of the previous' : years. Mr.I mud working details. It has also a price list
i mphasize the suggestion. It seems to us, portion of the State. We have abundant went, the higher, drier and more beautiful Albert/ Graves planted thirteen barrels, from of building materials! of every description.
both the sensible, and the honorable course, l'vicll'n'e-Iwwevl'r the fact may be accounted the country became." Arc there any cattle in which, when matured, he picked one hundred The furnished/ I at (the low price of
provided the creditors arc willing to coin- for-that the frosts of tho first days/if this country: ? Captain Duval-" No The and! fifty barrels of fine potatoes, whichho only one dollar per year by David Williams,
promise. Of (this we have no doubt, a", we .\l'riltid' less damage to vegetables in Leon land I surveyed{ lies south of what I is knownas shipped( '/ to the North ,for sale. He also 8'l: It'cudestreet tIll New York City.: It is wellworth

believe, they reside in New York, or elsewhere county than to those, of the same varieties, tint Big Cypress. It is a terra incognitato says that, notwithstanding the freeze of last want fell by subscription many i>erxons price in,a and new meets country a
without the limits of the State. (It is growing in Alachua :Marion and Orange the cow hunters They told me that it December, the orange trees urn in splendid' 1 like 1''IorWa.
only your home creditors from whom nothing We have heard of but one gentleman engaged would he impossible,= fur 1 mo to penetrate to condition, and time crop promises!! to he comparatively
) of this kind, as far as we have observed!, in cultivating Irish potatoes in this this land ; but I not only reached! tllI'rl'IJut u largo tine Washington Is The Alnchna Advocate.We .
is to ho expected.) Columbia county has, county who manured properly] whoso crop found a better range! by far than I had left the owner of one uf.tho largest young groves are favored with (tho first number of
we believe after her was! not remunerative !behind mid the finest the ..fIf'UA< published at (iainosvllle -
battling for and his failure grew : country in Florida.,i in Mataiuas and! several of his trees are
many years, paying nothing finally driven out of the fact that he! planted too early, and Knowing the desire to have a railroad terminus now bearing! for the first time, ami if they / Fla., by Cannon tt McCreary, publish.'
them to a compromise by the acceptance of on low, damp land, so that his crop did not as far south as possible: :: and 'finding so receive no serious injury In the future, lie era ; n. A. Myers, editor. The mechanical'
new bonds! for thirty cents on the dollar of recover from the frustabove.: inentloneil. The many alvlllllugl'"uf! soil, climate, etc., hitherto will have one of tIe finest groves in that execution of tho patter I is excellent, and trIO
the old debt. They oIll-red, it is said, to take price received for vegetable shlpj ed from undreamed of, I ulIJuallltl'CIIII'tjclfwltla I section! of the country. :Mr. Washington) well-known experience and ability of Mr,
twenty cents in cash. Now, if Pcnsocola can Tallahassee has been satisfactory, and we thctiays around Cape Sable, and find a good speaks favorably of the rapid progress made Myers gives assurance' of an excellent: advocate

obtain quell a settlement as this, it seems have heard of no complaints on the part of harbor there, and ten feet of water, only sixty at Matanzas by all those living (there, and for the interests Alachua. The Ad rQ-
that both her interest and her credit require shippers against tninj! >ortution lines.-F.cw miles distant from Key West: ; and you "'Ifttt! future growth and ]'I'lr her to do it. Tor, it should !be remembered], omul. might say it is an inland route, as it is protected tiie past few months several I new coiners III reference to 'State affairs as follows ; _
that her indebtedness was created vote jig Mon. by the theentire! The Adtucale will be Independent enough
by a Keys distance. Why, have purchased land i, and they/ are planting In iMillticH to lend hclitini hand
to etfl'tlu.
of her own people and property holders,and Since the completion of the 1'11111'1.11110 I I am surprised] that Much an erroneous impression the orange and other fruit trees. It seems ate all practical and needful) returns In State:
therefore rests upon an entirely different basis notice that many of our citizens arc making I could have got out regarding thin somewhat strange to 114 that ono of the most government, without abating fealty to true
i than the carpetbag debts \\'hich'O trips off We would not be surprised if frequent extreme portion of Florida, liven: the j>eo- valuable crops I Is never heard talked about Jeffenonian 'principles. It will not truckle
been so generally the trips were made to Fernandinn] this pie who live to partisan trick,ten whitewash political
repudiated throughout nearest seem to I he as Ignorant and which appears' lobe altogether left aside offenders, cover UpllL1Ic abuse, le'lIll&s
) 1 or
South. She can't afford utterly to I ignore summer. It has the most magnificent beachon of this great and !its
country advantages as and not cultivated! by the farmers of this influence to party bankrupt nut politics
such a debt as hcn.-Em'wmut. the Atlantic coast, and the surf. -Lathing those living at a distance. If the remainderof county, and that U the rice rop.: There U must take their plate in the rear of home
.\ brilliant U excellent. An excursion to ...cnaudina.l.Iay Florida knew one-half of the questions. of more practical benefit and bet
colored preacher and doctor of vantages plenty of quail I soil in old St. Johns which ter recognized$
medicine goes for the collector of customs at a week from next Tuesday! couldbe of this mainland j-ortion! of )foll rUt'' they i is well adapted for planting) rice : tllen.wly this section.Ocneral good result to the jw*>pe o(

IVnsaoola in the following rU'/acM and lofty made a. most enjoyable affair._ would fill up the country quickly. I once i not cultivate it ? If our farmers would Cnint.
style : Transactions in real estate have been went to Captain Collier'/ place at Marco, j make up/ their ndnds 'lo go Into planting of that remarkable now simplicity and thru of shows character signs

I have talked with a number of the Republicans quite active during the week and the and was Informed I by that gentleman that this valuable production! on min vxteiisivowale displayed In his pnblleuratiuis In an interview
of this place, both! white and colored indication are that the boom will continuu he had cleared( $*'*> the present season from we think that they would] reecho u at New Orleans he htuorntedthe humi
i. and they all a;.:ree upon one thing/ I i. through tha summer. Mexsr, Dunn one acre of tomatoes, and another man, living : handsome remuneration for their labor.) lIutil.llll.lf (:Jonkllnir, and accounted for the
c., Major F. L. Humphrey will not denl Brown roewrpaperupltrIltiuti: | Ut that distinguuhtily !
ju-tjy and fairly with Republicans: in this I .1 dUMjsed; of their Morton grove on on one of (the Key, had' made Hl ) in I However, (rout (the conditions (that they Jiltak'.lI\ar_" the hypothesis that Mr. IJlaine!
county, and in proof of the same they have I Silver Spring run to Messrs. Maxwell anti the mule business, from about the same I I have been laboring under in the way of had flellt a circular to limo new'[' order,
cited 1 a number of cases! some of which I 1'upy' of Fernandina. The "price .paid was quantity ground. If the gentleman had tramportation for access to ship their IIIK themseason. tim abase (o..II11din) and Platt' for u
will enumerate. It seems that a proper administration $lO, ""'. Mr. U. ,Weather. fcoM twelve not been well known produce ; Jeticrul Grant evidently sees noweukiaw
AO to 1 would
of the affairs of the party by of land me lo Northern market, they deserve I in uclt u theory fjovrrtimcnt I isto
the collector, who Ii i chairman of the oountv acres near Ocala, 'live acres of which scarcely have btlievcd it ; and to think that much credit (o.lr"hat they have accomplished hint a i"*roiwil matter, like. the command I
committee: would at all times and upon all was planted with good-kite tree, to Mr. the country I have recently urvcyd 1 N by tilling the soil lint there are of nu army and tit due, not seem to coinprebend '
iiccaaioiu: insure btuxva and almost perpetuate Ame. .n fTallaha.sjKH', for $:: ,(**>. Mr. Fill- nt'n ffi'rt'ft'rtit"tlJIIIIII..r'.1! lIitt /'.' favorable 'how tt new funerr'caii eiprn- sir
/ now for the
it sa the duininent arty| here, but on ler, of Jacksonville, bought one hundred I fM."f'tl, prospect= building of Itauany opln'ou riot fnVnbhwl from head
the Jacksonville _V fit .\uOU-IItU' ilailroa.l I nartfm,

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': t. "I"I".0: her Theobald and If he did. not know that) her, "we mint part. My father not she I wonder?" provoking.i "

Selina was his Selina, he )had rl'lIlllis) )poetryto hear of it. \
o'i M-;;;; !small )purpose! indeed. So matters stood 11'emust! 'part.' that 'particular) moment he tlli'trd) have farinaceous diet and "('011 liver oil
i Now the Widow ([ when Ibis July evening found\ the two seat "i that" Selina whimper JI'I'I 1It "
we asked the .Is( three time day
question. lfunteigleVillicrstwos ; blt.I..liers wo111'I'I
And) 1/arrio (Y1)cci ] 1
I ('IIhc\ ) by side. in the !summer house, while ore both of age, nut! if we were-\\erc-mar catch at the .1
the vi lit not
i Had two little cottages out on the green, their respective mammas were! in the drawIng ) rind they woull be, sure to ." reading ilr' also, 1111""k. suggestion.strikes me, Theobald," ,-
forgi\'I lug the hotel to if thing
With for two pig-pens! between O\'r l"Inl' lt
just enough '
room There
-rotii considering! how the prterveswere you drc while he
wrong replied) OWII were correctly spelled-her eyes lighted she said,), taking her !cut.nguln, 1
likely to turn out this year, and their' My father like Jai.lee'-that woman : on the familiar word) I'odger." stood before her humbly)', .you! spoke of thegreat
The willow and the wulow ns ;
was : 'IIIJ
young in the dining-room having :20 J I told ;
papas were you of-hlll Forgive Mrs.( [ cause and fighting underthe
frlll le Villicrs
fair : 11:1 grown; very ;
: olla "
Theobald indeed
port Sclina had.) been watching tPlll'rnllrc I like .'
) stout sat as Selina Stickey in that Now, Th.obnlt,
With the hair brightest of c 'ellui111 the brownestof with woman's eves! and from his expression "liven if he did not," said) Selma, whimperingstill summer house ; and her descending( cnpc 'III\ (glares of ! ; concluded; that he either on the )
she! was\ prMtily enough "we might h .
strings remind one of the Stau each wntl'r'fal two glasses nt
it chanced) when came
And frequently verge of a dangerous illness! or going to propose very happy with love in a collge. they are so long and fleecy whit Her "That, love, can be met," 'Iheobaldremarked .
in the morn, !! marriage.: :She could not for her life :Love in a cottage," obald my I "
little with complacency.
withthe rCliec -that pretty face-has )
With the swill for the pig, Larrie came hc'oml great
with the air I
which it
have told was.! of n is
( suited'to '. There will be
opening: large ali her portly frame! ; and can take wine IIellidnnl)
corn "Selina, Theobald murmured, "do you an extensive subject, "is n interfere ,
delightful I I .
And ollle of I the cars that he tolsctfroIllJli'! tiu'anso thing." very the lip, where kisses! played at hide-and-! no trouble never
know what your name seek have lost their incarnation when it is '." .
hand "I I do out," :Selina: i answered I. in an equal\ .lust/ what I ." long ago takI
alwlIv. s I the hue has lied upwards and settled) on hers K.\fiisc) Theobald, replied Selina.
In the of I he widow) were certain to IIrlnurellll
pen murmur. Her doubt wits clearing) liPitwas little Selina. What a calf he \\1. I checks with an 'leel'I't of scorn which frightened
land. not an Hlnl'!!". that pout off her ripe lips be made
"Theobald here? she "How Ilil! I nm not going to an in\'I'
One morning said lie : "Selina," continued Theobald in thcsnmo: A delightful thing ," continued he strnH1 it is'! My lurmurell and lid of for tour crotchets"

"OchI I Misthress MclJec, tender Byronic key, "your name means the warmly. '. Hut' then, Selina, there is onelIIatcr hiiolrt removed-what coincidence Theobald Podger was.silent for fear, except

H'I wasthe of good lumber this riinnin' moon." which indispensable to it, and) that. Has! he forgot(1 me I wonder 1 ?" that the word crotchets escaped !him
\, 'Docs] It? Selina whispered: ), in yet a cottage. Neither you nor I have such
two rigs, got No, has not. Jalfun hour later in n low, horror-struck tone, as might
t Will 11 fancy partition bctwan court wo pigs !I" lower tone. A finer and surer" master! of" love! one there came a knock at tie nnd the i issue from t the lips! of one who suddenly
than even he. v1io wrote Don Juan told I To this there was no answer so like
I "Indiide) sure it is !" answered 11'idow'c- woman. waiter entered with n sees spectre.
flee. her that now her words: .had best he few and Hl'lilla'ntrpat.1. into her pocket hand icntleman would) like to call on "There: I is another thing," she contlueJ.
With the sweetest of smiles upon ".'\trieO'Hl'e hard to catch: kerchief, and.) jobbed) : piteous, (coaxing: sob Iuia'amm"lie said, vitlaliinstllnpnoft'ssiomlalc ( ; ".A third! he exclaimed, in most! un
Yes, I assure you, Theobald went on, "Now jest listen to time Selina, said) tit note of melancholy in his voice ; he must feigned' ) ;alarm.
; "it means the rno n. I would not deceive prudent young man "You have got nn have but the secret of the
"And thin 1 it looks kind) of hard-hearted) and caught it unconsciously! from Theo She smiled) bitterly. r
flranoKapin'two you. Sclina. excellent comtitution-warranted to wear bald) ; "if half after twelve will suit you, bitterness he could.) not know.
friendly pigs so exsadmly near I know you would not, deceive! me she well-lung, heart" and the rest all sound, ma'am." "You spoke about being still a Baptist,

other murmured havnyou mint" Leave at and) tho I have become High Church I
That whincver one grunts thin the was granted during :
can hear "Not for all the" treasures! of the dark and) I have, .dearest" she murmured), won interval of time Mrs( Montcnglo Villicrs sat TI'ohalll.very I approve of vestments ; I don'tobject

And vit keep a cruel partition betwane 1 I" deep blue ocean, Theobald !said with uplifted Bering in her own breast if ho were think before her glass trying to remember what to incense Now. you are a Haptist,
) voice, for he forgot his: prudence, :SoUna : ing that, should their' income he small she
she waS like! tw'ntv-/\'e years ago, and to and I have "serious doubts, very serious
."Shwate "'it1'w McfJeo.; !1" could eke it out by charing in ('lift m. She plan 1 rl'plollulioli elnliekr.: doubts, whether you are a Christian nt all?
Well.. have .done it for him in that hour. "' "
J It
Answered Larrie O'Dee) wOll crape; she Theobald jumped as if some one had)
3 i '! If yc falo in yer heart we arc mane to the1HLT8 "" I Yes.love" the moon, Selina. ,wOIccrfll what love i is ill a woman's sighed., "That can't be got Ilitc\ltr, what I pinched his legs

II< will. Heforc I could) must become -
An't we mane to ourselves to be, runnin1 "An.lanilullIThl'oltal) ) drew his I have nn excellent constitution, also," Then she thought of Th'olmt; constant a sound) churchman marry 'Ol, ,she you continued; )

i two rigs? breath" for a mighty dJirtIlo'l'I you, :;elinu Thl'olmllll'oltillJl1. 'T was examined: by Ill was-"Little low mur firmly. "I I don't exactly know what that

Och I It made my heart ache when t taped] : ( do\or )my insurance! : some Ile"inl'c. Inured Then she remembered t the summerhouse will involve, but !something will have to be
through the cracks "Do) vou, Thco. ? she asked. artlessly.Just : and mo I had I !better prosp f and! 111he cast her ; and his com done to "

Of me shanty, least: March, at yet sluvingin'; so ft;reek-eyed) Haidce, might\ have spoken life than nine len out of tell Now don't pOl\f' and her raze. 0\oIl thc'OW. she He stood;you.before! her, terror in his eyes, but

I yer axe ; for we are nil alike children of Nature 'Ol think you have a better, prospect! of life vwell01.1. wretch !" she ejaculated) he said) neither Yts" nor No. After gazing -

An' n bobbin'! yer head), and ashlompin' yer when" we love and when we die than nine women out of ten, HI'III'! which she clinched) her list, the \'rI t ( \ at her for a moment, she began again

J fate, Yes, I love you better than life-a thousand I am perfectly ""f'of it, .learlst," she made his ears ring that evening only now "Sclina," he cried with a groan, Inking

Wid yer purty white hands jusht as red nsub'ate thOU'4I1I1lilll4\ better !1" the young/ replied, resulted) to aid) his argument to the more terrible weapon by far ; Ullih: that 1 out his pocketbook and) tearing leaf from

man said, mid' clfther to himself. uttermost, t though its drift she did not\ act fist in this menacing form she : "(Ion t run think you had better 1 make IIn'lwran.ul

A-sphlittln'! yer kindhin'-wo.tl out in the Alas! that 2l o port should. he so delicious! Perceive .Theobald, Theobald, T shall have ; i; .\ of them ?"
I sthorm and only ten glasses to tho bottle Had Very then that settles thc 11imeulIy. 'Ol "
wel but tau shall pay me first !l" "I shall not forget she sternly I rejoined) ;
.Whin one little shtovc it would keep us both there been two more glasses; in that particular ," illi.1 (,i IlIItr. "j'\l1ctlall)' n't half-past' twelve shcsented and ) shall not forget. She added) this
1" bottle on that particular evening, what I .J How Thco?" she in fond admiration 'UI .
warm herself on the sofa at t the further end) of her with appalling igli! "I say there i is
\ now to t'lIwoul.lllol have happened: For of his undisclosed solution. mHe.
I while the silver
great You nowof
something uun c. just!
Now, "piggy," said she, Podger. senior, and Stickey senior\ instead of In sway," he 11IISWl'rell Let each bell of cll1winI-roo\ was still echoing the ; Liberal' party spoke Theobald, thereisn't

fi Lnrrie s eourtin' o' me, strolling arn-in-arnl through the garden unseen of us marry another mean ac the stroke of the hammer, Theobald) knockedat great such n I am !
AVid his delicate tinder allusions to you ; would have been !still snug in chat with cording to our parents'' wishes. You marry t the) door. After this disclosure 1 Collervath'cl :

So now ycz must tell jhust, what t must do the table between' them." the man of their choice ; I shall marry the Come( in !I" she cried, in languishing which the suitor did) long}not

For, if I am to say yea/ shtir the shwill wit 'fen glasses to thc bottle, however, i is: the woman of their choice. We .shall both sacrifice voice. Hail he seen her heart:, nod the fem dare pil'4I'to break Mrs.( paralyzed(' rose from her

t yer hhnout ; quantity fixed) by Fate, and) hate also fixed l our feelings to our sense. of duty." inine malice there! sofa and walked to the window,

But if I am to say no, yex must kapo your that when Theobald and Sclina stole out of "Thcoballl" she exclaimed), reproachfully The door opened and lie entered ; in that and there, majestically round, him,, she

p. nose\ out I the arbor and back to the "house, two witnesses ulII IU 10r(', for he stopped) her. vast sitting room he looked smaller thanusual asked : turning UOI

Now, Lncrle, forshnmo to be bribin' a pig whom the lovers had not seen, followed Hear me oll. Your constitution being and ns he timidly made) his way in, Have nothing i to : ?"
I By a-tossin' a handful) of corn in its shwigt" their retreat with faces full of silent so good, it I is tel to one that \01 survive my she. was reminded :In some mysterious manner ",A great deal" he replied say, '.

Mo darling, tho piggy says yft" answeredhe \ ) surprise The twoold men were stii I arm, in wife. My( cOlstUtOI heili ditto, it is ten of 1 mouse creeping round the wains Hut truly, :Selina: I don't know submissively where )to

arm, and at sight of thc pair they clasped) to one I !ou VI your hall1. In the interval cot Ho reached) her nt last. Their eyes begin. Let me sec ; whi'h'IIS number
And that was! the courtship of Larrie O'Dce.) each other more closely, signifying perfect which
we may assume. will elapse, ; their hands cla!'ped. That was a coin- one?'
H' W. Kill:, in the, N. l". [, ,(,'/>cn
Hilly said) '[r. Podger) "us must\ put a then see where we shall" be, both, ofu l'XI'IC\ picked up his (courage a little. m(' ?' "Ill you

Jl1J"E 'OE. stop to this Bally" unfettered), able, to join our hands and The next few minutes were not so painfulas marry" \es, Sclina," he an:wer ed. lT do.) "

"Hound) to, Bobby hearts.; and in the gray: evening twilight of might have been expected ; and when ]'cry Well, then" she in tones -

"Flu why, d'ye see? Hobby continued existence we shall be tiiyted, and we shallsleep the usual (commonplace preliminaries of more terrible than f'llieel. do whatI
The first of all which ever
scene begins; this argumentatively"neither me nor you wants together in one at last, Sclina !I" conversation had been tiirnugh'I'heoball bid) : !
I'I\'O gone ) ? Will
t "strango eventful history, is laid in the money\ Hilly, and\ ) our young! '1111'" won't "You don't mean all that?" Sell tin said, ) Podger' with a sigh and n downcast me 'IH.re you ready: you obey ,.
hack garden of n snug Bristol villa and in want neither" ?
; a
r money, regarding him with wonder nnd ( look asked "
will, he if
'Olllenc. it themarriage
summer house situated therein. The time "True for ulwef..I, as were ;
you, remarked: 8tickfor ing indignation How long ago is it ?"
; is the year of grace 18.ri). 'J'heler.4ons rep his friend had l paused us if inviting Yes I vow. "
resented\ Theobald some menu every syllable of it, he re- "Two years and a month""" this very day "Firstinrespect to yoursixc. You must
I are IVtdger :
aged comment.
pll'll., not reading her ]face: I the widowreplied, with pathetic application do to alter ,
: twenty-live\ and, l'Iillltll'kl'Y, aged,, twen "'hat mo and you wants: ," continued' ) :-illila., that we orlghtnc in of her handkerchief I something; your present appear
to 1 he with
ty-one. Solina is the daughter of u wealthy Hobby "or to put it more telling! what iI quite plain yoli, z
; ; our declining years. For although now, Mine is not quite two years yet, repliedTheobahl less than
draper still in business and Theobald is the I mine and\ yours wants-tho young ins, that while thl feverishness. of passion j is burning: ), gently You got thestart ot me, stout nothing You! must alJMlrl1 "unlllU.t"' Hevalcnta grow ,j
Soil of nn equally wujlthy pawnbroker retired is: to -is- he paused in one's blond) )
say take the Juan Selina""Sim
The two fathers: have been friends for "What ?" William Stickey asked), not view of.life, !< 011 I may time will come-a nOl tile did, she answered in t the I three in times flesh t.1a\ t" many ; but tho families have only be- that his friend for rhetorical hI'01alll. lever marry a lath-a
years seeing purposesonly will COll' llina-whl'I both of us will re- same key. e things are ordered) for living lath !"
fcomo intimate lately. Tho truth I is that waited I before saving; his last word.\ alise til truth If' John Anderson, my Jo fly. are t they not ?" "I the llevalenta
isn't like
while the fathers were in business the drap) "Hlood) Ilobcrt ) hope very
I'udger,1sq., John ) that Selina. In this
) way 1 dialogue was physic, satd'l'hcubalii, cll': er's wife rather looked down the I'Pl'I\IIfOI .
upon paw ubroker's pawn-broker retired.IsItlondl" He
)her with the
: (' upon which widower, with, excellent tact, "Never mind what it is "'
tie like she
wife. When answered
however the -
pawn exclaimed William Iick'y.wOlldpl'illg smirk of who feels be has his
\ one brought guided nearer and nearer to the business i.
broker retired, "rolling in riches," so it was if the '21)) port had got into hisfriend's argument to a successful of his 1\'r ; you have got to take it if you take
; said, the draper's wife a')imittcd that a head ami back enc" 10"0111 me. Secondly with regard to your total ab
,: pawnbroker brought memoriesof O. :01 great selfish goose Selina (cried "Times changed) with both, of us, must drink
j gone out of business! migjit fairly the stories of giants: and) other inhuman and him box an imperial
furiously giving a ringing on Selina, said) I am not the man of <
{ rank with n linen draperstill in it. Accordingly feeders! of whom he had) read in the of the she Theolal1 pint (nilll'IS' stout every day at lunch I
days car, darted from the arbor, and heft I was, nor woman you I three of old ,
? the families I began\ to consort wit beach Ids youth in lre "Oi Wl'rl. port at your llilll< r, alI "
hil lllitudl'. mean, he added) I, catching up hastily a tumbler of '
other, visiting freely walking together! tonnd Hlood." I say again," Hobby repeated How niyheadsings"theprudentyuumgman "you arc not\ quite hilsI'l : bed." brandy and water going to
) from church, and exhibiting such mutual stoutly. it who Me( ( wOlan01
Deny can. and is exclaimed handlinghimsclfwith
civilities you : luch.tI'Ill'rnl"i were, but \nearly-n'ry, very nearly.. But I have the pledge) !" Theobald
\ as only intimates! takl'l
can or will. rich but we don't know our gralHlfather'lIJlllllelwith'r What an arm she has got, to "There is a change." said the widow with muttered.
Week by week they exchanged dinner hos : of us knows it." Hobby said), Well, never mind I am out of fresh Look "

t I'ltnlitll's-I'oller; feeding" Stfckey this week resolved: to make his friend realize their the trap. I have said nilsay." at I hI pockct-handkerchicfsymptoms.spread her the"TI\l you must untake it, retorted

t.0": these sumptuous feasts the whole party sat scores of young; fillers in the country ns hasgraiidfuthers gained her own room and Hung; her woe." touching meaning her third not "h ,

r down with m i ads II' untruubicd uhout soI as long asu file (soldiers right sl1 her bed.' I O, Hint of course," cried) Thl'oLalll.uch as to your religious -
distinctions as if they had) been all from where me and\ stand) to the Norman 111 opinion You must. attend 'matins every
personages "
kf you I I I should have to wait twenty years to more at his case [hint is a matter for the at
of the best blood, morning eight o'clock and
: or boasts of thc Conquest: Hut these hadn't halfas go to
sparks : ; little wretch, I dressmaker. Hut in other Selina
!': I' pay you III. you sneaking respects, three times
f field who and Sunday. You
graze \ graze and never: think many guineas as grandfathers. Twig shall every
wait but on the I little Indeed) I '
twenty years ; 111I } changed. might to
of the pedigree. 'Ollll'ry promise never set your foot inside)
Hilly? a
pay you, you shall'be paid) in full say, ho ( with (' chapel
1 'ollth\UC1 growing again, and
Hence this farce. For one Christmas daywhen You're taking with courage you lust become achurchman.
me Bilh'IIII.
you not ot renown ) nil.
nl'tiier. penetrate "you are
H'l'r. dll"'Cut Whatever
i dinner had arrived the vicar considers
at the
plum pud\ "swered "I seethe
point""Or the future forecast 'Seliiia
and events sighed but she her handkerchief
prlll'lIt'Ilm put to finish' '
ding stage, Theobald,' the pawnbroker's it this necessary you off; you must do.
put way, lobby continuedllticntly. ) men alone accomplish it. Everything aside.i understand Jl i
ha'd" a bit on his spoon, on which ho w as just "There Ixml you ?
goes my Titherbywalking tell out nv Theobald I'odger had anticipated.). "Now I um lie went on
changed ; "Hut 1 "
about to tlx his eyes, when these moving along; the Mall( lie meets toe, nllllpa..sl' He married, Sclina married. In each case "greatly changed. Changed: in physical ed am n tl'acol in our ('hnld. pll'at-

"r 't orbs were arrested by the eves of Selina, me I by as if your humble servant the full approuilof their parents crownedthe frame. I only weigh nine stone.my (;Ireat TlloLall an ,

which crossed tlll'iralh, Theobald) was was a black beetle. Now, I'll not undervalue union. The parents thl'lseh'cj'lt change that from eleven, know nld very IWlom"II'. lul't ask me'to give i
you them
Set iua.
romantic and ella up I rather
lightly wrote poetry. The him. He to his boots tol.111 compromise .
manages keep decline. I'odger the elder I in mind. I ;
quietly .hwl : Thei am changed my u! the \
: Byronic fever I bad I not at that tiine lfc'j a little stimulant '
clean however Inatl'r Ltakil/:
quite muddy the road be died) and
;, may ; was ll with prodigious plum read Lord ; but of late I have extra if
; Byron years ,
died out ; and he. though small\ man and and his clothes urc cut first-rate, neither age and mummery, amid above his.ashes rose. taken u fal'10: Mrs. Hcmans. That, I venture I You he meet" your \'i'wl. love. i

i;. very stout, wore Myron" collars and ties: and create nor wrinkle" tit like u glove.: Your 1 splendid) tUII-tIlIO: of Aberdeen granite.. to ch'arielinl.: is not a disqualification "Deacon ICl', indeed repeated." !" she I am cicacol!I' 'r
read 'Childullandd. Heread retorted
1)tn\ Juan" humble! what he infinite -
servant can't
pay will get Here, on an inl.iid! his virtues were for domestic happin('! too ; but this: was privately, at night, in Ids his legs I like that, Somehow :l"tl. VII Byron i' O'n.s fl'Li Dissenter) could be a
""tint'sbreeches ) ,
my set forth-that ho! was gnu'l ctizl'n. I good) was a sad) dog alter all Indeed), I am afraid Deacons) 1"
bedroom ; for his father, having gut nn inkling look like a statoo and hum tcal.ol are always very nice ti
your: Liberal, I good Baptist a good! a good that I was a sad dog myself--once That is fresh
of the of that young; men- and
+ contents jtoem, had: declared. : lilt servant's look- well, rather squarish' husband-tllu did) not say good all OUT now" 10111.'t and pleasant 1
apoplectlcully, that no son of his. Hilly. You know what I nllrn'n I to look at-not the least like }"Theobald. "
mean. In the u fear of cracking :Something: in sho ,
perhaps us
grammarian '
l eyes Now
; glanced church
hould Don in Fdilln's art hahtcl, which 'do
I knowed go Juanning' / Bristol: if he lonking: -glass'I'itherty! is first and Podger the granite. Splendidly entombed slept at him, seemed ti that if a little of I ask you choose' .
it ; and Theobald being, even in second and in the Court (Suide Titherby thallll'l'r you twice.
I ; Robert J': '|1', not with his falhll.lill'O this particular :llnl'-1! had) "
J his romance, a prudent\ would first and l'orll'r Il'tllic hl'tIII'f "lhlrdl, he groaned. "Hut just consider '
; young 11I1\11. I'odger nowhere. Hut stop 110\\-. he bad! any but !in great state all i she would nut ul\lle it an insuperable
:; not displease hi i father So he kept "('hildeIlarold" In hisl'ock.t you may find one I three-penny by Him there followed to i obstacle. Hut the,eyes of Villiers can I "
hilll-l'l. tiel'o. have
on tho draw IIg-rc'ltUn table and bit all alone like UII' child." :linn l'on.il'n'II. she answered), in x
t HUll Juan under his orphan In mv first, fril'I.1 William Stickey ; ( express: two fl'llinb"al a tile ; she is thinking voice t hat I .
pillow. In other breeches pocket there will be what my Ion :Stiekcy, and last: of nil, dowager PodKer )- ; of "the hour whl'nhc called selfish hope. Then check
\\VI\3 Theobald was a promising 'oltl h. lie would call I a banker's balance." for whom one line tl thc ", had) ali boxed his ear. hicl Beverage i is lug olTll'r fourth linger! she said.! : "Now for .;

," \ could make a sovereign! go quite as far a* You ousjht to be in the town council, 1'11'1' n"l'r'l'll. in which she was, crul brevity SHUIlhl'1)0t means to taste it. Meanwhile the tive." lill', )you must become a ('oll erva
the greatest miser! in Hristol could a guinea ; }Hobby," his friend mill "There i is I
not a described as wife of the above, but "nut he begins his proposal for marriage. liegoes How "
hud tried can I, Selina ? he ::
indifyou convince asked.
him there
that man can speak like you. I a'urtue mentioned. So all the old) l their joint I'' from "
two and two would ever make live, your "Never mind that, IIUBohh)' replied. dciuirlcd.Fiveandtwcnty. 1)llc infancy through until now, with 'grIl\1il" the You II.t )'aa tl jtoliticul articles in .::

prospects of success: would, not have been In It comes: to this. Your Sclina nuM i after rcl'ltiol' tftaiulanl day, she .
marry ; years one warun.lugust ( to the silent passages: replied '
spiring. Thin was Theobald Podger, romantic a lord) or the next best to be hail! ; t morning'in'the room U\P(11) 'and 1 ( h. SIch he 'never nl"slg u day, never missing a line.
!Iutl'ln"l' whooping At the 4
anti thrifty at the same lime having and Theobald shall look "ol 1111 end of each article you must ask ;
; my out for the }
I of a fashionable in Ihl.f'sat ( to t the l hour. ) has _
an eye to Don Juan and an eye to propriety same article, fl'lIInll'nttl'ru.. And then we eating his hutl Jatlgs. call the grown'omC un eloquent present speaker, and now in 'oundfre these my opinions ?" If not :
:and profit too ; and us has been said, with shall not have lin'llllI'nlll I : you must make them yours This must
Hilly, shallus remains of I.-q. "The tillering/ ; himclf to Selina for I life" )he expa go :':
until "
pulling on his: spoon, his: eyes met the eyesof ?" And we shall sit down in our(old age | f'mailll" is 'fll'lI.lhl't lIllger., '. -e i in the : his feelings ali principles. He on you are converted

f J Bcliiia. These four\ eyes had often met I and feel that we hud something tu.syuf the of time laillllhbL'h' since last tah':4ln'r: ever consistent Haptist. "I hope it won't !b very long," he ex- J.
II' No\v,
before, and so, reader, you may walk on the Norman Conquest I after all." I I we'IICI saw him, Theobald has: 'Il.l'l wondrously a- ever, he is u member 1 of the great Liberal elaintesl"Oh) I N'I'mi, I remember Lord) !/
edge of a river for ten years quite safely and Unite owered this noble Byron says'Alas : .
U\'I'rII< .putureof i I thin shrunk from the diminutive plumpness party. He hasl>' uueateetotalerundisgivimg "

....." rumble in on the first the day of year with: eleven.jsiit.li. life's decline William Stickey spoke noth of other days into 1 little hard) man of I his days and) night to that sacred move the love of woman, it is known :

figuratively was case Theo ing. | lift v. Thin hands, thin arms, thin legs, thin ment. This is the being who gets down on To be a lovely and a fearful thing. ;,
bald Podger.From "So this little business must I In? stopped" face and body, thin j one knee as his oration draws to an Il ,
: frosty December until sunny July Hobby} said) )pointing with his thumb over i' standing this II,' eats l'nr'thillg.twith' t withgo"I''1 ,: "na, >'.e.\r.un'Vr Theobald: >tol) !>lines (till' to-day." <
e tjiai passion burned ('(' reason'swhich : his the direction 1 ant says' \1\ ), Mrs. Villier said to
in the
Selinfor sliollllr bail makes away with Ial'lll and Now, Selina, dear) Selina, dearest Selina. her
shall! soon api>enr. saw: the' gOllt blame to tlI'lII. poor things ; its I I uPIlill'.1Ill a! like a t'nll Urtton. l\'athl the -short syllable which shall admirer wilulrl"w.! "livc.andtwenty 1 2 s

t r tfame.!: heobald had not told) tier either by nature. But fur all i be, stopjted" i Thl''I.ihlJ'1'11"1"" is in his hand, and he seal you forever I'"l mil('." me and years aa, ago I )you have r/ '
speech or ink, that he loved He was u Hris-; it must l he I you no because your father
"Stopped rejoined tick\j I is running his eye down the tines I She breathed!, but not that syllable. Steadfast would -
(4 Juan, and had a method in his mad- unable, it seemed, to add a syllable .1 (h.lhls gracious !" he exclaimed all at and! hostile was the look she fixed upon come Jut I think( li-tyou.bus I think mytiir has

mess which the original Spaniard) did notpossess I friend's language, and mllafl'tllg his independence onee "Sbe is here !" him, and in his surprise he nearly" overbalanced up your it But you hal give !t

ll Theobald feared his father, and l of mind only by ullrill the or I He look-1 l at the list morl' closely. and had to steady himself again on and teetotalismour diet. Hadicidism (
;i \yiMild not commit himself cither with pen der. .Ye I ? Hastings his now\ you improve your figure "
:'. ur tonzue.: Hut love has: three languages Three months elapsed and again dill here .11..an. Il'n.--ill .' 'hlualt.l"Il un'a"knt.cried) severely"you that Itflre. I change my nUIH furUt. lt[ t.
: inlliI"iloil
tli" written the sjwiken and the optical. and Theobald l were together in the arbor, He rn .;:unl.n the ap|*>aranceol I have gro\yn miserably thin Do you know I it." wlluot when he may, "hal sniper fu

Th-,bidb! ] -'-e the optical language.\ ; He I but now Theobald sat cautiously ly apart from III waiter p inlt-.l' out u name. I am afraid we rather laughable ;
"t,1411..1..1| his )11I11I.iuu.i lxM>king your 'p.i->!oiii.s : her, and the face of (be prudent young ni-in ,I U that halt '",_. 'folh'all' 1'illien- i j aide side.. J fhalJhok to me best'hl by of the story' can be told! r
an extract
y :1't'ry convenient way of l'OUc'ill it. was careful not I 11 rl 1>. Mina put her 1 in this boast- n 'w.. She) uC1 her ct' hl're. : from the Tiumes u'w"II'
: figure II (It'r
t's f,'r link mean aiivthing\ t if you please, and i handkerchief to herit .Ix-ixvcen each senfence j Y.'. "ir. Private rooms .ir. 'hln\'- I reflect itself in a .t.lt.lh"ril'al, Theobaldtood "On

t H sum don't please they mean nothing. !s t'I I I that wu'>jM>k,'Il. t-i.-lr iiimtiid. f'rt.Ir," on her right hand. whi" I
t'j.! .interpreted life looks 'by her: own wit .:'.11 the \\ I"h.my Ilt'ul.1 t ... '-iM I My I dear Iilu.I Theobald Pi.d- Just look. Theobald," she .aid.I! I am :rir.eorge. UM*,, Hanou-r Square. Thl'JLJ iCl-

I t s iiul |ikiiirfand} she knew that Theobald wu .!! TIII..lo"), ) further oft' from ; I'. noting Nos.ehm upon his laud D..c* :''like capital O ln-ido i capital) I. I is very j I :scam of tl.the Appletree laic William'hall!'. .lger. .jI.: ) u f,


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Uri .tol and Clifton to Sclina, widow of this I -,,, ., (fcarne.., rroitm.vFKOM | .\T I.IXH-ltt.OOH, H .\? hooks mid Slulloiu'r.v. For Tampa inul Key Wcnf.vi .

late Monteagle( Villicrs, }':-'I., and only I a y With Steamer ..l7i,i for, all points and tr'Alll'.1
daughter of Robert Stickcy, l:-i1., merchant y w.nnrtM rnnxo .11:11'1:1,111': landings on Orange; I bake, on arrival of 1'en- II 0IA'l<< .: IUill': Scaiusliii CO'S l.lXCARRYING I:. .
of Bristol.: insular Railroad Train. ..
I-adics. and gentlemen, I presume from I'I I 11C.:; .\1.1',. Wholesale and Ih.tltilJ300US. ----- ----------

the warmth of your commendation I that .\T OCAt.A.

yon have not perceived t that t this elegant :SKA: HI'g.: : :.\ SHKLL: With :Share; Line to and from I llrooksvitle I. STATIOM'.ICY: tf : -' -
trillo embodies!! moral. Yet !so it is. Theo daily except :-1111,111\; '. r
bal.IIII11l'lil1l:; \ Podger had a quiet .after- PALM NTT, ALLIGATOR TKKTH: : '1'11.1.1Thll'1'lla. \' and :-;I.ltmlufrom; <
110011 of life, contented, luxurious and! hap Ocala and I Tampa on Monday, Wednesday! And JII'SI!,

p)". They were commonplace people, seeking .Als, FKATHKU: FANSM: > FKATHKltFLOWKltS : : and Friday. .... ....\...;... ..,-..
. : their own neither wickedlynor finely. n 1 50) WI"T B\Y :Sruirr: : ,
AT rKmu: KKV; v.,
: ) $
( ) : :: OILX(1I:4TI(( : ( : ,
." Had they been a true hero and heroine they Witli :Steamer; Miller to and from IVnsaco-. ( 1'111: F. :S.; MAIL.
SKA: : KTC.For : .
wUllldlHI\'c married young, been parents of : :S11KL1.S la on )loIIII.IIl1d Friday.With .
a trihe of children, and perhaps have Mink JACKSONVILLK: :, FLORIDA.ItooliN .
!'oall1l11\111I1all(' to order. :Steamers; Clinton and l M''r into their rIn'1Hler poverty, neglect and '1'. ".. AXSM1Y.: New Orleans) on FriI:1Ih'lll; :New Orleans! : of the' !staunch\ and elegant Steamer\
disappointment.! See them now, cosy!! andcomfortable on :-;allrllaf'OIIl; Havana:\ : and I Key West, ONK the above Line will 11':1Cplnr: hl'l''l'ry \'
Centre St. bet. :Second and Third.DAVID i *
for the rest: of their Ilay!'. Mark( 10 t '
on Friday ; for Key West: and Havana oilSaturday' Monday( : at 1:110 I: p. m., for
the reward of prudence. Learn, ladies and .----_. -.- .------. .. -- -- .
gentlemen not to be righteous over much ;jIIlIdlllw.1Ys 'Florila.\- ; .: I Taut Manatee.And
remember in this great theatre With lhlvt11nllil(: :SteamshipCompany's ,r.. )School a Specially.ICior 1"". .
) :Steamers\ for Key11'estn11d'1'au1pa -
of human life there i is farce in every tragedy r 4 y 4E EpQACWF'p on Monday( and Thursday. . llraitlenlouii.and .

and tragedy in every farce.-l.oiiri; i . every Monday( and Thursday lit 1:00:(
M U River Thnrsd.ivs 1 I. at ( q 1 Rtc : on n m. 111. for
o\ 1.1:11'1'1.0.Th'fl' .
For information I respecting I! l'OIlrall'I\ ,i"'MOIG.tN LI1't.cmar.
is one !sin which seems to me is ev- etc., apply to lHiita ICassa and liey >Veil.
l'n'whl'fl'I\11<<1 by en'r"ho.t1III1Il'relilllat": .1. O. MvrDONKLL( ) ,
ed/ and quite too mucfi. overlooked: in valuations (licmi'l'I'ieket; and 1'a.Agent.

character.. It is the sin of frettimr. LANDRETH & SONS, Philadelphia. P*. D.. Jo)1: \xwn.i..: (.h'II'1"I't.:.: .. .21 I Connections made at Cedar I Key with the
It is air, speech so common -- ----- --- -- --- - ----
us! common as : Florida Transit Railroad. (from .and I to all .
that unless' it rises:: above its u.ual monotone 'l.OHll'XTlt.I.) : RAILROAD.: ) points North and West ; at Punta RaW: !! IvilhSteamer .

we do not even observe it.rutdl an KailroadN. II_ > :;\ for Fmt. flyers( Fort Ogden and '
ordinary ('olllill -tog'lh'r of people, and see
I01XUV: *:>: T. Pine Level.Through.
how minutes it. will be before somebody
many: that is makes less i : (CARD 1 Leave Jacksonville: S:15: .\. M. S. MAIL i.t 11 SUITS \ Tickets<< are on sale at Feniandina -
a more or l'Dm u. Jacksonville (iaincsville and! Cedar
Leave White House( 1'M.: : --------
complaining statement of something Of Tin Key, at greatly reduced rates, for all principal '
Leave Baldwin tito! :: .t. )i.
in the
er, which, most probably, everyone
Leave narh\.illl.. .1:55: .\. M. Will leave Cedar Key points! on the Gulf Coast.
room or thctagl', or the street car, or at I he .ATLANTICGULFit: ; INDIA) TRANSIT ,
street it b'c, knew before and : Leave :Sanderson; .........................10:10: A. M. J. M. GALPHIN. Gen'l Ag't .
which corner, most, as probably may nobody can help., : RAILROAD: LeaveOlnstee 1 ............... ...............It21.1: t :M. FOR SEW OHLI'I'EfY: : : OTHKRFltlDAY 13: Cedar Key, FIn
Leave NIL Carrie.11:15: : .\. :M. : .
it It i is cold it
about ?
+ W.t.Why it say is dry anything; !somebody has broken an, appointment is- PKN1NSULAR' : :; RAILROAD: Leave I Lake City .................12:15:I: r. M. .*0ST.. MARY'S: RIVKR-t: .
( Waldo Jlntncli,) Leave Live Oak'. 2'M r. )I. '
ill-cooked meal ; stupidity or : : : { ': 1' r IOMIMXY.:
Leave Madison. : I'. M. S"I'I'1):1. '
bad faith somewhere has resulted:; in discomfort. v."J"J"
There are always plenty of things to A xnFKRNAXD1NA Leave Drifton.<>. |In r. M. FOR 1:1':1'V'; !.::ST; AND HAVANA .

fret about. It is simply astonishing how : : t JACKSONVILLKRAILROAD.' : : Leave Tallahassee StfO: r. M. KVKRY: : OTHKR :SATURDAY.PARSONS .
annoyance and discomfort: ; may be (found in Leave Quincy\ ::! r. )I.
the course of every day's living even at the I Arrive Cbatt'ahoocheo: River.11:50: r. M. i .r 3+h. TL._

.simplest, if one only keeps sharp: eye out iOIXU EAST.Leave __.:::

on that side of thing, wit, even to the Chattahoocheo River......... 40::! A. M. :; :; HALF:, Agents I TUB; STKAME11SF
sparks! Hying upward, in the blackest of In i/fft JIll!, Gth, 7.V.V/ Arrive Juincy. i 5:52: A. M. !SM.'Jt: Cedar Key, Fla.

smoke there is a blue sky above, and the Arrive Tallahassee: ...................... 750:: A. M. .--.------------ --.-. ---. .. It.JI.'U'I'II,\, .
less time they waste on the)rood the sooner Arrive Drifton........ .................... !1:1.i)::{ A. M. Captain RiciiAimsox.: (Captain
I they will reach it.-!;:rch'oye! nOISIOUTI! /. Arrive Madison: 1i.: M.I MA [LLlitV'SI'1.IItl1).t :

Leave Fcrnandina: ....................... !O.oo) :a.m. Arrive Live 1:10: t.. M.Arrive S'I'K'JISIIIII.INI:. ??.,.>'. DAILY SKRVICK.-t) >.
Till L.lllOll QUiSTIOJ'. Leave Hart's .... 9. 17 U.III. lake City. .J00: r. M.

The extreme scarcity and unreliability of Leave Callahan.;....... ......... ......... 10.52: 11.1 II. Arrive Mt. Carrie. 4:31:: 1'. )t. The Flora leaves Fernandina/ for St.Mary's

farm labor in Florida! has become question Leave Hilton 1 \ ............ ......... .........11.22: : a.m. Arrjve Olustee\ 4:51: r. M.Arrive Only Ulrc'c.t Line to New York.: River )landings: every Monday, Wcdncsdajand '
of grave i importance to our planters The Leave I'.randy llranch .................I 1 lt.5S a.m. Sanderson. 5:10: r. u. Friday-returning on Tuesday, Thursday .
time has come in the annals of our beloved Leave Baldwin; I ..........................12.0it: p.m. Arrive )Darbyyille. ((1:20;: r. :M.t and Saturday ,
Land of Flowers," where, of nil the places Leave Maxville I ..........................12.3:1: :J: p.m. Arrive! Baldwin\ 15:15: i>. u.Arrive :,t ')'hl' Martha( leaves Fcrnandina/ for same
under the blue canopy' heaven I under the Leave Law lev ............................. 1.1.:! p.m. White House( ................... 7:25: i\ )r. \ point) every 1'1I1'1Iell1Tllllri'llJ.1Y and Saturday
magic touch of the agriculturist, I the soil Leave Temple's......... .................. 1.20:! 1'.III. Arrive Jacksonville..................... $:'iN) I'. M. i1 -returning every Monday: "Wednesdayand :

should I burst forth with the I rarest vegetablelife 1.1'II'CIarkl':; .............................. I.3M p.m. (COXXKITIONS.: Baldwin with A., (1. .t -. Friday.
and made to "bloom and l blossom as! Leave Tburstou:; ...... .................... 1,.">1 p.m. W. I. T. 1 It:. IL, for Cedar Key, Gainesville -
J the rose," that the farmers when they lay LI'II'c1111111.............,............... ... 2.1:! 1'.111. I I and! Fernandina.: and I all 'point-' North and Tlii'oiiKh Hills, ol Lading

their plans (for a crop at the beginning l of Leave: Gainesville!\ ......... ......... ...... :!.:!\O 1'.111. West ; at Lake City t for Tallahassee, Albany/ Till(:: I'INK: :STKAMSHll'S: :; : hy MALLORY'S LINK: of ::4\111111'1'11\( to. all\
the season, feel excruciable and an inex Leave; Arrcdondo ............... ......." 3.52: p.m. :Savanial,111111; \ all points North and West: ; points! on the I :St. lar"M.,
.ihlc\IIxil'ly! : until the harvest is over, Leave B.itton....................... ...... 1.07 p.III. at.iaeksnnvillewith.l(1lns:; 1lilerSteaut-: :;\ \VISTIICTIAS.: : : .
for fear that they will he unable to retain Ll'I'Irl'lll't.: .............................. -I.:!!) p.m. ers.: J. :S. Jla E1.1:0Y: Clare: Connection '
the labor they employed, and with which Leave Bronson ............ ............... 5.01 p.m. "'. )f. )Dvyinsox, Jln'\Transp'n. (CAPT. I III I 1 INKS I ::, made, witli the New York, Charleston amid l

they began and hoped to complete their Leave OttcrCrcck.................. ...... 1)-101'.111. Superintendent.J'ACKSONVILLK 1. <'ITY 01' n.ALLAS. :Savannah :Steamers.
farming operations. Now, something i must Leave Rosewood...... ................... (n.11i; p.m. 0 u_ GOOD ( .
lie done to avert the further declination in Arrive Ce the uigriculturalfnterest of the :State; for it for Passengers.! : Kxciirsionisfs; and Tourists( !
( ) !: RAILWAY.On .
is already threatened with destruction anddecay ooiMi MIKTII. : of the above Steamers! will leave will I find tiiis a very attractive trip as! (hescenery

and :stares our people'\ ill the facewith Ll'II'I'.tllIl' Key........... ............... .>.::.o a.m. this and road alter will llnpilul',1lay( ; :2,:,I KS.M) Trains I (\ for New York every''hurs- is grand, and alligators and other
ruin. The question'\ i is, what can be done to Lea\u Rosewood 1.......................... (i.lo a.m. on : run daily :as follows : day, on arrival of afleinoon. trains fromJarksfuvfllc game are abundant.j .
counteract this threatened destruction and Leave Otter (Creek........ ............... 7.1 Ml 11.111. uoixo. wixr. ; I: and Cedar I Key. ; Kither of I the above Steamers\ can In-
decay of our (arming; interests? We suggest! Leave Broll oll........ ......... ........... 7.12a.m. Leave Lake City. 12.0:; ,p.m. This line, having; no transfers! to make! chartered/ excursion parties at any tillleFllr

one plan : Let the planter of each community I.I'acrl'lu.r....................,.......... t+.lIi! a.m. Leave ".clhol'll:. l.2i) |>..m.Leave between further information! imply: to
or neighborhood come together and Leave Itatton ...............".... ......." :S.'IS; : a.in. I Houston,.. l.oS pm A B. NO\: h-:;. Agent.25v2 .
agree to purchase! in common one or more Leave Arredondo. ......i................. :.;.,iS a.m. Arrive Live Oak......... 2.1HII'.III.) I'KRNANDINA: : !) NKW: YORK, 12v3:! Fernandina, FlaSlot'
stump machines:; ( (' recommend Chamberlain's Leave (iainesville i : i ............... "....... J.\.i!) ;\ a.m. Leave Live Oak........,.. 2.'H:\\ p.m. "

:; patent, as: we have seen it u"I'.111I the Leave Wald. .......................... ...1o.:3a)1tn1.: Leave Custer. 2. IS (p.m. Oilers the __ __ .. __ ",_ and_ __._Tinware.w. .. .
fields of ( icorgiaith great !success.:! It is Leave Thur.-ton........... ..............10.51 a.m. u
simple in construction, l'a..il1II111:1'I'd.;! Leave Kllaville........... :!..'!0 p.m. Ill-NT h :; AND (CJIKAI'KST: : TRANSPORTATION : :; i-. STKIITY.: :
Leave Starke... ...................... .... .II.lla.ll1.
cheap, and docs its work well and ropif'II.1I11.llh'ar .\',) Leave Temple's...... ....................lo.20ii.iu.1 1 1.1.an.lntli-IIII.:; ........... 1. 15 p.m. .. .- --,. TO( FI.OIJ.141111'1'1'I:) ( : : .
: your field of the !stumps.\ Having; Leave Lawtey ........ .....................11.37: a.m. Leaveirtenlilk.: : :..:... ;a. I.) p.m.: Second:; Street, opposite') the Post-Ollice.

done this:then employ the latest and mostapproved :; Leave Maxville) ..........................12.21):! p.III. Leave/ Aucilla............ (fill p.m. Vegetables and Fruit will receive Special

patent plows and other agricultural Leave Baldwin......... ................. 1.101'.111. Leave .. .. 0 care in handling.PASSKNGKR .
Drifton. .. .... (i.lOp.m. s
implement", whereby the labor of five or
1 I.l'aHrllllly llranch................. 1.2S: p.m. Ll'aollil.l.llo.( .
si.v i hands be 5..r> .
can accomplished by one person. Leave Dutton ............................. 1.J4 p.m. op.m.Leave '" .. :;: : ACCOMMODATIONS: ARK:
Leave Callahan. ..................,........ 2.22: : p.III. Lloyd's; 7.15p.m.: :
We have been led to make this sll ;;e'tionhCl'all.I' Leave I 1 art'1oa: ,1............,.......... a.' .i p.m. Leave Cbaires'. 7.10 p.m. FIRST-CLASS.! :; ( : :

we have seen it tried with satisfactory Arrive Fernandi.'ia ..................... 1.00 p.m. Arrive-'1'allahaMstlc.; : ..... s.25 p.ni.Leave : .'-' ---
results, and for the reason that we are!satisfied The traveling public are offered the advantages
it is the be Trains : Tallahas.se:;: H.50 i 1'.111. of DIRKOT:
only plan that can adopted daily, except Sunday. a (LINK 1:, WITHOUT
by which farming, under our present! system .. Leave: Midway........... '!';:\H\! ji.iu ANY CHANGKS.: Connections: made at

of labor, can be-made profitable or pleasant; --- -- I as an avocation. 1'KNINSULAR RAILROAD: Leave 31 It. I'lea-ant. 11.01() p.m. points on the :St. John's, Ockllvuluntnd
It was the adoption of thrs plan by air.lef. }Indian Rivers: and with the Transit: Railroad
( Wahlo llninrh.) Arrive Cliatta. : 1 .;.iiirUOIXtJ :
JtJver..ll.5ir 1
( It. McKce: of llIvmidcsconntythathay | .. _. at Fernandina for all railroad i stations!
acquired for him the title of Prince of (.01N SOUTH. WfXT-ST. )I tans nfIPifS. and Gulf ports' in Florida
South Georgia farmers." In his fields, comprising .. .
about two hundred acres of land, not I.ea'u'uM" Junction................ 2.45 p.m. ( Tiiffilnyn, Thur sduysI(1 ihodtryN.) FRKIGHT/ I AND PASSKNGKR: ): RATKH: -
a stump can lie 'found, and it would) Leave\ Santa Fe........................... :'S.18 p.m. Leave Tallahassee: 1)N)11.111.( ) F-
good to tee his improved t plows' at work:you To Leave Hawthorne ....................... 4.05p.m.): Leave (Chattahoochcc.1 0.1 it() a.m. AS LOW:4: BY INDIRKCT) UNIX

him farming is a pleasure, and the labor Leave Lochloosa........... ...... ......... 4.15 p.m. Arrive:.. St.! }Iurk................._.!KJ.K\ a.in.
question gives him no concern., This i is the 1"'II\'e Orange akc..................... 5.to p.m. ---: -- .- --- .----'- -. ---- .7 ir"rhriugli Rates! and Bills of lading STOVKS: !, HKATKRS, RANGK1W.: !

plan' in the and West Arrive Ocala.............. ................. ;.UO p.n1. (10IXO KVST.: to all points.
adopted' greaturt11 For passage or further (information apply TIN Mill HIII'JoTIION1m: : : ,
where farming is engaged in with immenseprofits. (.OIS ti XOKTH.Ixave U-ave Chatta. River: .... l.'JOa.m.:\ to ,
Leave Chultuhfn('be... Lit:!! a.m. ROOI-'ING AND GUTTIvRINC/' ,
"' would have Ocala.................................5.15 n.nl.Ll'IO L'uIt.. I'leasant..... .').1ri 11.111. R 1:. W. I"OrTlfWICK[ Agent: ,
0 are sure our !people only\ Orange I.jike ..................... 7.20a.m. J.1'1'!1111.1\ hi i 1111. PUMIW, DR1VKN) : WKLUS: Ktc:
to see this mode of farming; practically Who'will illustrated Leave 1/n-hloosa: .......-............ ..... H.;to a.l11. Leave jiiincy...:::....... :5.52 a.m. C. II. MALLORY ,c; ('0.,
to adopt! it \III \'l'f"ally. Leave Hawthorne. ........................ \0.15 a.m. Leave Midway-. Ii. II :1.111.rrin.Tullulllll.l. Pier 20 Kast River, New York. 2-tf A large stuck of Stove on hand. Give: mea
make the experiment and give them the __ ..___._____ _. ____ .. __ ('nll. and price* with those of
; "" compare my )
Ll'a'CUlltl1: Fe........................... 0.45: a.m. .\ : .. 7.SIIIUI.: .u
practical illll"lratillI'f'llri" Jliillettii. other houses here elsewhere.K. .
Arrive Waldo Junction.... .......... 111.1." 11.11I. lA'ave'1'ulthI.e........ sliii..I.111.... SIT. IU: sc.nUITII.a: : : or :
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-- Leave:Chain-H......... .... H.l.'l: a.in.Ixave .M. IIIM: >IIIS: <>\.
FlmX.XUIS.J.CKOS"JI.U: : : LloydV............. !t.us) a.m. TUB HTKUIK1WJST. :
RAILROAD.: U-ave MonticellTiZ.;;j :::... -!IMHriTmTIxave ,) -- h a--- .. ---.

Drifton............. \\1.-1. U.III. f Jon.vsJ: g J ('ITVIOI.\T } .

( In tiffed Miy Glh, 1MI.liOIMl leave:-Ancilla 1 l IIJ f) u.11l.Y. .-- -..-- t-------- -..

1784 1EdrQS1881 Ix-ave-- (ire'uviile..lia.fiu.ui.; .. \ : -
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n. tuilTII. Ix-ave Siulisun..II.lu!! a.m. h

lotrue tlrawm aDd in I'ricell t1'nUrd TA.!1tat.t7Ws.a.dtow.. (wd..ia..J Ix-ave 1''l'1'lm/llHIII1..l1.lU a.III.5.:11): pat Rave Kllaville: \ ........ ...1:: ..").i p.m... fi.:11I.. 11.11I.

DAVID ItAMJUl/Tll SOXS.rniLxBx. I IAaveIart'sRua(1..I1.43u.il..6.01: p.m.' Leave Ouster! : .::::.:...... 1::. jI.m--: -- -'-

__ Arrive Jacksunville..12.501).n. ,. .r; ;.O.i p.m. Arrivc'Llve Oak.......,. I.lOp.m.

.t..1.t11Es Jh.G..I..IX.COSTILt''fOn UOIXU MlKTu. Leave Live Oak........... 2.IOI'.IU. # = .
Leave Jacksonville.a 2) a.n.. it XlOp.m. ....U\.t! Houston; :::.:::=2.'I2: : ;..i. -
ST.; :
AND RI'1Lh1:11 Fernandina for Ja< ksonville ,
Leave Hart's ItOUll.J.4.! ) a.m, t 4.15 j.m. Leave WellMrn.. :'i.U p.m. -\T1
Arrive Fcriandina..1O.2. n.1I1.I.rl' and Pulatka, and Intermeillatu landings -
.Alachua Street:; between Second a11d'ftllnl pan Arrive:<<'-I I Lake Cily. i.45: p.m.JOIXU ;: on the St. John' River, and Savannah HOHJ'*: '. MKTALLIC: C.\ "::').
Double Trains .
daily except Sunday. _. .
--- --- -- --- ---- --- ------ -. ---- and Charleston, a* (folow : : COFFINS AM. fASKKTKTelegraphic \
FKRNANDINA: ---- -- .--- < KtHT-HT. MtKKH MVlfloN.Ixave ) order promptly attended toITJXTN

Onler and estimate* from it distance carefully CONNKCTIONS.: l ( Tare.ly+a, Tlou'rduyrnnd.Sdur+Gye.) From Fernandina ... ._ --
attended to. .)..t f ; FOR JACKSONVILLK ANn I'A 1.\'rK.\, ).\' obtained for new Invention
\T rEKXtXIKXA, EL.t.. :St. Marks, .( .) a.m. !
With New York and Fernandina Steamship U-ate. Wakulla.......... .................12.'SOa.m.: dt.?- KVKRY: ; tVKDNKSDAY.Vv: or fur improvements in old

OIK* IiifringewenisTrude-Marks
o. l s. o.titr.s, Line from New York ArriveTallahasHee. 1.10p.m.
on Tuesday at 9
and all patent business promptly attended
: a. ni. or 1.)00 and for New York ----- ---'--- From Fernundina
Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains. FOR: SAVANNAH AMU CIIARLKSTON.trr : : : may Mill, in most eases, Iw pal
With Georgia and Florida Inland Steam Both East: and West<< bound' trains meet at entcd by in. Ik-ing ul'llf'iltu (be U. S. Pal-*
M \sn'"l'RI: it. boat ( xoiupany' from Savannah daily except live Oak and eonnect<< with 2:15: (train mi Kivannah KVKRY: !: FRIDAY.-r5 cut Oilier, and engaged in PATKNT: UL'SN'

:, I", MOULDl.yGS i JlIL\CKI-rS; 8.\wlmU Monday ; for Savannah daily except Sunday I Jo'lorltia.It'r" IUilr>mi| for Clone ronneelioii madu with stfainers forMfltoiivillc XI1SS: KXCLUSIVKLY: : wi' ean murupat.flit .
'Jai U1.n\JI?: : "AUVmw: : NKWKI.S: ; With Charleston Steanerfruni &VtsnnabulI.1 Savannah and Albany.\ and J'-'nterprix-; ".i with stcumer in les time than those who arc remote
STAIR ILthL: $. WOOD KAVKSTROUGHS : Charleston on Wednesday ami I'mwcngepj for Chattahom-hee Rivr: Ifcmts!l << for Ocklawaha River; uNo at Savannah from Washington,
. : SHKATIIING.: :-: \' and Charleston 'ruc1 Hundayi'fi.r ('Imlwc.t with uteumer lteUrea Kverlnxhamevery :
with htcaincrx\ for New York. Philadelphia, When Inventor mid mode! or sketch.i
WKATHKRROARD-: : Friday. Tim ix lay \i-iiliubicola'' Fla.. and Boston and B.iltiinore.und at Charleston with we make? search In tbe Patent OIHce. and
1XG t.\u FLOORING. ( With Mcamer t'lont from '' every Saturday fur C''oiiml| >ii' ia.; and Knfaiila : .
St. Iar" River teamer for New York, Philadelphia) Baltimore !. lvlse u* to hit patentability fate uf t/uiry,
landing on Wednesday ami I Friday ; fur Ala.Coiuiiflit. and NoYthcutcrn it South ('urtl,- C irre>'jMjnileiictj ''flfln.It'utia' ; fee reason
St.! Mary' River lAiidingi on Siindav and with fteamer U. (iunlyJurtlauevery ling Railroad fur route North) hunt: and ablo; and NO CIIARGK UNLI1HS, : PAT.
Stair ami C'hurrh Work Wt hlt..lay. Sunday for .\I'aladlll'ula! .'1..., and West.F1RSTCLAWS. KXT: ,IS OBTAINKD.:

..\ :SPKCIALTY.JHMHK AT CILHIHX. every Tuesday for Colmnbiiand Kufanht: I Wo referjKTml.ssIiHi! to the t'ityl'o.t-
To and from Savannah at 10.45 a. '11. and Ala.C.n11icls PASSKNGKR; : : ACCOMMO- master, and to tho Siiptrinttudent of the
AND WINDOW FRAMKSOF ?.:.!I' p. m. at Luke <'itwllh trains on the17orida DATIONS.Thn.iiKh .t-Ofliet.> Money Onh-r Division: In Wash
Central Railrouil I fur Jaktnville Ticket and Stater ALL, SIZKS.pit : ATBtLbHIJf, VL\, special
Office lion 174. To and from Tallahassee at .12.20: noljn St. John River Fernandinu and tsar and all information furnloln l at olrUe, corner vice, term, etc, addreo) IlJi.t, IO
Jan Fernandina, Fla. and 1.01(1. m. Key. WILLIAM O. AMI>, (intro and Sxno5 ..fctreet. A, $SNOW A (X).
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l TIIK FLORIDAHATUIWAY 1\f1 log the( 1'. I' (,'. .\:. St. .f L 11. II.; Co., who are A. CRITIC COilKLCTKlt. the! St. Johns to the TIII load at Hawthorne JtAlLKOAIt XOTKS.Uvcry .

t : nuo H.i now using their minds mid funds! to builins A corre'pondcnt of lie loon, who signhimself ; thence by the Transit Htnt to Callahan I

i .. ... .. road have certainly show theuiuselves'! Florida be I
I : ':- -- "' a : .Proytctt," ( \ .llcltlya'in such and by the Wnycrn ', to Savnn : lover of must gratilieil

: JUNK 18, 1S81.vovn to be in earnest. I haste to reply to the Mlrrof'ii; remarks nah is the shorten line. The idea at the strides It is I taking In everythingthat !
,t ., .. .. .. .. -- .- .. It is i three years: since: they lint labored UI'OI possible rapid
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TIll- : MILLION AMI./:. this cause, nnd although put back by IIIII."Y; the t rumored. sale of State land-. that he nejjIcctol (going to t Johns river to transfer to goes! to make 1 great and prosperous

obstacles they have never become wcurll'drIOI' the very preparation of first steamers, which. run at less thai I State. l' very county I is sending up encouraging I
The daily Union, tit tho lllli, in response l1i disheartened.\ is good evidence of a 111')111
The Illilltl reading and understanding tl"'II: half the( "pel"I 1 of railroads, would seat to< I reports. Immigrants are coming In ; ;,
lo a brief notice of lie Mirror, makes! ustatc (faith in their work on their part.
, anent in reference to (lie sale of lands by I he of our people is: not IIlIt1Idl."tI.I'oll'r. nllt Now for another matter( : The Fernnndin be a fll.tollaIJle way to get to New Y"rkIII lands arc advancing in price, and systems ofelcvelopmcnt I

: with ttiijicndit't of the labor in succcs Mirror pitches into the State ndministrntioi Ictt than three dfl. there was a line uf arc in progress in every section )
Internal improvement Hoard, ns follows : fully building n railroad: such as: the T. 1'. n.' for selling 4,000,000) acres! of State land forldsKN1 fast from i"crnnIHlill I to New York, Lawlessness:. is eliseoitragcel ; the aelininMration -
i The fact is, the transaction is not .\:. St. Johns liailroad i is to be, and ulthoinrl $ ( ('llh. bints at corrUlllol. and expresses !ol'II'I': and I'
! plcted' and until such is the case GovernorIoxhanl it may seem to 1 be n lung time since their! [ the opinion should making no stops ('Iscwhcrl, the time front I ii moving on smoothly( political

: would hardly he justified. In fctnljng initial work to now, and no more\ done thai iKUebccn held and sold at one dollar tier Oailcs\'illc could be reduced, rl;'m the Trails! matters are almost entirely 1 ignored. The I

: that the sale had been effected After is I it is still, comparatively speaking, a short acre etc.What liailroad, to New York to about eight attention of the people is! directed to other f

; : "onteprelintinarynrgotintions: / an offer/ of on (time to bring) their labors to as successful:. i II the JU"sli,1: was this, and 10 hours which would be rapidly ns unlit things The hammocks nrc being cleared
! 'million of dollars for four million acres! was point as they have! done. ns I
: tendered by the 1'lliII'lcI'hitI'ompan: )', one' We sincerely believe that if it is! pos-sibl more : be effected by either Savannah or Charleston and orange groves planted ; vegetables me

t fourth of which was to ,II 'llIlici nt once, the to build, real for-iolllh: Florida, t that MC...ST!<. It is 1'11111.1 that 1 sale of four trillion and of course more rapid than by any being gathered and hil'PI.,111 large quantities

! remainder to be paid in the future, thpurchasing Van Fleet, Armstrong) 1'arslow & ('0. +will acres of State lands has been effected by theIlIterallllt'l'm'lIt route from the St. Johns river. and farnt-work is actively eellll1
company' reserving the right I build it, ami l we have no hesitation in :iII>'- board througtrcinv \\olho \ro
within certain limits( to default in subcquont ing, being somewhat familiar: with the .stain ole of Its! membersTin doubt the hypothesis ns: npp11.1 to vegetable At tJ same time largo public enterprisesare

J payments if they chose to do so, In of their business! that the road will be built all is said to have been made in Ililalcl- transportation, that competition by various: being pushed to completion. The! PC-

i which event the State was to allow them I to and in such a time us to satisfy all If ain puma to the company engaged in routes would injure safety to our marketable ninsnlar Hailroad, commencing nt Waldo,
(take land nt the regular price! far the.125sst;; > ( ) little hitch or delay! occurs in"their work, chobec drainage project. The: price, twentylive t Ocala and
i already, paid. This proposition:. OovcrnoIlloxh.im there seems to imllH'lliut'II'prlllg! lip n crop| cents: per acre, amounting( to the sum of productions. (On) the contrary, we thinkif has been completed to a contract

,. laid before the hO:1'I111111/ ad\isci I of doubters! +vhoareVolubleiii thfir opinions ole million of dollars-. all the shipments could. be turned into one cllt'rel into between the company and

itlnccl'ptl\lH'l'i! j I the hoard) I concurred, and !a and this! is wrlJlI It I is at such\ time: If such a sale has been 11\111 we see IK channel it would probably better insure increased Messrs.Y. Agnew & Co., of this: place,

contract covering nil the points was dawn when the people of South Florida should necessity of any set-rosy( about it. The term accommodations and facilities, thai to continue the road'I on through (
) up and forwarded to Philadelphia to bet > by faith and encouragement, prove their! of sale, price and conditionsshotild be made t40llll
ftlgnod by the 1'0I1lpallon..I then returnee wants! by their works. To carry througl public nt the earliest moment. if divideul'itli cotton and flun-tierishablc Florida, and the work will be pushed 01

lo the board nt Tallahassee: who would such): n project; as this railroad there aremany Whether such a disposition of the public< articles it might be otherwise:; without delay. They hope to complete five

t reign); it, receive the money, and thus com- obstacles and, delays to be overcome, and wi lands i is n wise one, in view of the future Interests miles per month, and ( to reach Lake
the transaction the of this I of the State, may well admit of quc.stion. 'xpct
I plclc must say, us gentlemen company SALi: 01' MILLION ACltllS. by Christmas-Ocahi Ilainicr.
:i' We are at a los.s to fee the point of theUnion's ( have overcome them all so far, they jin At. all events, we are not prepared to IOUn. lall"olJk'l
l is rumored that sale of
( I.OoO.oiHj
. throw hats at the idea of pnrtinf a acres
' had l the surely better able to overcome. present or up our J The Pensacola and Atlantic Hail mad Company
remark thnt we not given with our at I twenty-live I cents of State lands bits been the Internal -
future ones.A heritage e per ( 1'el..IIJ
advertises in the Pensacohi A lrnticeofthe ,
) <
matter. mature consideration We had only acre, unless we can see advantages .
little patience and plenty of encourageincut : ) I't1) great ]Improvement Hoard through Governor
" from it to make it 8th inst., for proposals for the( construction :. -
nnd did UK what ns
a rumor to consider not possess! is we should tender them, am resulting Bloxham of its members. The sale i i-
, information vouchsafed. the tTII 'm. livery: its effects' will not be lost.! -Unlf( (\ large body of lands which, at the li.lto have been made in Philadelphia, to
1 gon'rl.ICllt Pensacoln, and the l first twenty-five miles j
citizen 1'5lnteretctlln the properishasition! .
price of $1per acre, might have the in the Okccchobce
If nil the roads South: Florida engaged '
projected company
) west of(''hattahoochce. Proposals will! also
1 of the public lands! belonging to the State brought live millions dollars in the future
to it our friend Dr.i'csteott would i. Tampa and Charlotte Harbor, are I built, It' for one million IIOThc main purposewe drainage pr.jcc; the price, :.i cents peracre be entertained for the construction of the
given ,
I would that would II'1\ extricate the internalimprovement amounting to (the sum of .1$1,000,000..
seem region sup suppose, was interval these two located sections,
trust The Internal IMP ctWI'CI
I, hay, on n special The Ocala allIlOIllH'e that forty- lands from the debts and lien I Mich a sale has been made, we see no }
plied. papers Bids to lie opened July IGth.We .
Hoard of these land'
provcment arc theI'e hope the internal improvement .
about it. The
against necessity: of
miles of atrul(11) any secrecy I'rlof
f for the people of the State. eight railway connecting board have widely considered the have nothing specially new to say

An article appeared' in the Sun and ice recently with the Transit Railroad has been ('olllplcte.1on.lthat ) subject in nil its bearings. One of the advantages sale, price and l'om1iow. should be made about the railroad. The survey is being
f contract' to extend the road !tomedistllllI. which maybe expected to accrue public at the earliest nnonteut-Ii'rnarrbua
made from both ends of the road nnd we
t from which it was transferred to the
to the State will be the of taxable
'. further south has been 'nll'tl'llIllto.
t Union, and several of our State exchanges! ( property. This however, is not very great Our contemporary)', departing( from its hope will soon he completed. Messrs. )Ie.

; referring to this salons having been effected. It w'ottldsccnl probable that this: trunk ut at the \llnatiol of twcII-I\'e usual habit of maturely considering every Kinuic and Merritt left yesterday to meet

road will be built, having already construct'ed (' Ir'8elt! acre, but if the (:-; i iltr. subject before' it speaks upon it, intimates Colonel Gibbcs & Company nt Mrs. Carpen
It made believe the authority
i was we upon that there has! been some about the
duce a considerable and secresy
under contract one-half the distance
and population
I of (IIof the editors of the Kim nml lice, these lands in cultivation, that will boa Iln1 sale -1,000,000 acres! of land by; the Stateto ter's. The Colonel wi be in town todar.nnd ,

; who bad just! returned from Tallahassee.! to Tampa. great advantage to the State. the riiiladcphia company engaged in the will make surveys around Marianna to

( The Floriillnn, the State paper, to which we HICK ASlt JfOUAOE CHOI'S. The Mirror i is not in the habit of enteringinto Okecchobee a li, -take.drainage It is scheme.true that This Governor is entirely -see if the road can be located by this place.

are' in the habit of looking for authentic information The Louisiana (hllolfloll gives, in the any controvcr.sies with anonymous correspondents liloxham did tot see lit to publish to Ihcworilithat "Marianna Courier,

was !silent! upon the subject, and iinncxcd article, advice to the )planters: of l but us the author \the article negotiations for the sale of this "It I is I the contract to construct

h still so. Ixmisinnn, which is quite valuable: and has indicated his! own !identity as that of n land W't' pending, and give the public a (the 1l'lort'dthat Ocala has been given
detailed account of every phase of the contract rilr\1 lolLh
The rumor seems to have: been w ell-fouudI to the planters of Florida and highly respected official, we!
pertinent : wctknowI as! it was I'ilg made; but, like 1 prudent out, and that the work on it will be
I ed. Such n sale had been agreed upon, nnd The rice crop is: the largest ever planted in depart from our usage for (the purpose of man, be l his best judgment, and pushed rapidly forward to completion.e

I has! probably been consummated. now Louisiana, and it has: a deep green, vigorous enabling him to make a correction of thevery consulted the hoard, who, with him, have that this
I look. As! the rice territory seems to have no in refcrcl'e power to make the sale rout are responsible sincerely trust! ( report may provetrue -
learn from the Union some! of the particularsof hasty and unfounded statement
limit, and the crop i is being planted on mostifthebayousot'Southwestern :. for it, and with their advice conducted' the and that time early construction of this
( the sale and the motive. The wisdom of to the Mirror with which he
:. Louisiana:; and prefaceshis negotiations like anv prudent business man road may prove tin assured fact. In tic v of
I Iho sale is n fair subject for discussion by the in lIIallof the prairie ponds, ('\1.11.' it is des-! defence of the sale of the public lands.It \yenildhavcdone. '[hue fact i is.the transaction the fact that the people of South Florida

: people and the ('res. The Mirror has nutimpugned lined to increase beyond all expectations.K.re ( is unnecessary)' to say after the above reproduction is not 10upllcd yet. and until such is
long wo cxiicct to see it successfully:. the ( ( would hardly iuive IJe'I so badly fool'l about this road,
; the motives reflected in tho of that the 'I"e.
remarks (
I or grown on high land, or without irrigation, our .U//o/ be justified! in stating (that the sale )had been of which Mr. Yulec is! the controlling spirit

j slightest degree upon the trustees of the Internal Ely sowing: in drills\ nnd working it with has neither pitched into the State administration i-ffeoted. After some preliminary Ic uta- In the past, there should be nothing strangeibout

I Improvement Fend'e have entire small cultivator 1 Kxpericnecd: \ gent lepucn nor hinted at corruption, nor has ions, nn offer of one million of Hollars the lack of faith in the consummation

confidence' in their integrity and desire to ay< this: can be done, and as much grain ob.ained the Mirror discussed I or censured I the State four million acres was tendered by the I'hilidelphia -
to the acre ns is: yielded by wheat in (: one-fourth of which was of the (enterprise among the people. So we
! serve but we the West!: and North As before. ;stated the idmhmtrution.[ Its remarks temperately referred to be paid ullaIY., the remainder to be paid get railroad, it is a matter of indifference
, believe in matter of such is and to certain rumored action of the trustees in the the 1
a great importance porn crop very large, 1I\0stof it being future, purchasing company reserving who builds and we would just ns well
(lo the people of tho state as the sale of four \\\11/111\11111'11.! I the yield' is: almost certain to of the internal improvement! fund andexpressed the right, within certain limits, to i
be hero the should default in if have Ylh'c' company to build it as anybody
large. Right planters : they 11'
: "ub-'llullt' payments:
million of land out oflC'CII millions the hope that their hail
acres llnd their'' best means of becoming independent l'lol chute to do so, il event the State was else. Hut at the same time, )[1'. Yu-
which they had, it would have been wise; of commission:. merchants.. lay putting\ been based upon a wi e consideration of the I to allow thl'l to land at the regular ec's course in the past has: not been such as

io have gathered in advance public opinion ip :n liberal supply of pea vine and. other subject in all its h 1Clrln price for the SiTO.OtH-already paid.\ Thisproo'itiol
to deal of faith his
; produce a great in prom-
huty, and' carefully/ gathering and housing Governor liloxham laid before
In reference to the measure. If the proposed The inaccurate In.1 unjust rcl'I.'IHC to theMliror
t heir corn crop, they I could purchase, fatten the hoard mil advised its: acceptance' ; the ises.I'e have littlce-onfidence in his: building -
action was: a wise. one, it could not suflcr is certainly not calculated to impress:.
ind salt down of the animals which hoard
many concurred/ all a 1'0nlrHt covering all a mad to Tampa if be can find any othr -
from tiMitilatimi or discussion. The reasons otherwisemight' die of starvation next winer t let reader fa\'orlhl' with the accuracy and he points was drawn up and forwarded to point which he thinks ai'r eligible

which are given by the Union and its eorrospon.lont as they did 1.M ; and by raising hogs for impartiality of the writer tu.1tI.'U. *8 tIH' lIb.jl'e Philadelphia to be signed by the company: ways
mine use, (thus rut off heavy bills for lightweight mil then returned to the Board at Tulluhas- for a terminus, us it i is said by those who profess -
and perhaps would be satisfactory which he afterwards takes When
may" iletItsuud 1'01'1whhh\ often injures "I. see, who would sign i it, receive the ,', to know, that us between Tampa and
to the people, but we insist it he unites1'e hope to :see' our \planters, be- the whole matter is laid before tll'lllUe awl thus: complete the transaction.:; money' h-I 1, he decidedly prefers the latter place. J

would have been wiser! to have sounded the (i'omo as iiidriH-Hili-iil as the farmers of the we can better judge of the (cogency> Iwl fUf'e We presume the contract has been duly I
however all let him
build the
by means
public mind before taking the responsibility( S'orthwest who buy and sell for 1'11..It11111 of the reasons bo gives in favor of the action signed by the Philadelphia company and 1
ire thus freed front'tllO greatest ..nnnnvancenan returned to Tallahassee! ; the board we un- road into South Florida, and Tampa will try
of action. The price agreed to be paid was of the trustees in the meantime "I'roress'uWe4
can be subjected to-ha\'lug to ; (1t'l"14tlnll. will meet to-day to consider it, and look out for her own interests( circum-

n very low one, and to satisfy the public beg, sometimes, for means to early on the it to himself to correct the misstateincut and if everything is all right, they will sign (sauces best indicate'."-THIIIJHI Trilibii'r.Ills'to .
mind It was requisite that the most:. satNtaclory ni-iness; which makes nil others.: The agri- and erroneous i lie has given i the papers and complete the sale. may ,

reasons should have been given.As nilturist should be the master of nil, but, : of the 11t'Miol not only Injustice \\ o! not only /heartily approve the sale, but be hoped that I)11'. Yulce's com-
infortunately\ hero he is too often the slave Jir/'of'/r'IHrkt.111 WI rejoice that it has been lalh., and shallloeply any" will win the confidence of
we said In our brief notice of the matter of the commission merchant.V hope\, I : to the Mirror, I but still more to the regret it if anything en-curs to present yet the

wo are not prepared to throw up our (hey will declare thcir/rcr hats whenever tho State sells its lands at now to achieve itCOTI'IN the ( : Oureorrcspondcnt )nan (Agnew 6f Ocala) to prepare (the road-

cents acre.I'e had rather I'lOI.; /, lIKXltl' CO.47'OC"'ll "Progress," in another column, bol from Ocala to Panasofkeo lake ut fumerville -
twenty-five per SKLIt OIL. New'ork Tribllc/ says : gives several strong and obvious reasons

if possible;: ho in the condition of some of We have called attention to Ihlsul.jl.'d! Professor J. HCllrloltnek:; hl'alofthl' why this sale wi bo advantageous to the is an indication which tl'an'a great
stateAs he the sale of "deal Unless we arc mistaken, Tampa is
Northwestern whoso
Iho states, splendid futomologioal ofAgriculture ,
from tinio to time ns one of very great imMtrtance. .t\ifon til Department 'ort'ctrtatct
universities arc endowed and schools: liberally good winn sincererespect Internal Improvement )'('al past tnt much, if any, over sixty miles ns tin-
Cotton seed has been found he
to has not been sufficient to meet the interestin
for himself and : and row flies from this and it is
works built and l the letholl point, not reaonable -
supported, public <
me of the most:. valuable fertilizers known, Achievements among practical farmers as the debt and necessary expenses, tho
lit \'o governments almost:. entirely carried only wnto extricate tins fund ( nnt thismbarrassment to suppose that when this: lake is
scientific i of and
and in shipping! ) it out of the country we derive wIIS II'l our own country
on from the limited. income of (these publicjaiuls. ourselves: of a valuable aid to inereas. : II. 1 is I gentleman ; tl'\'ol'll to his was to 11.1 a large quantityf rl'lchll.n4! it probably! will bo in the near fuuretbe -
the lands at once. ", in itself was asnfBeient road will there. far frum
We cannot rejoice at our |iverty, important setting thlt any stop o i if
hag) our crops, which is alike wasteful nndmnecessary. reason: for the sale butts
selfish has in making ;
mere or |II'Iollal inll'r'It. mil seems to us, its extension to will beomc
which ctlml'dIi: to sacrifice the future of Tampa -
As there is no oil mill in the hum the spirit of peace. II-.tl'a.loC. being wis.lol is supported by many either conderations -
our State to Its present necessities:. or its past State, and there is demand fur cotton teed to resign i by political' considera- :Si'.{ which wo wil not now discuss-, (' 1 nce-ossity.( Uy the internal improve-

misfortune or inipnv1( enee.1'e have :seen' cmllllh,1 would seem to bo eminently wise lint to which, at we may refer.We fluent ad of 185T, 1 line of road from Amelia

schemes loom for capturing the )is a commercial I export, rt tut'came follows to permit him to carry forward what lie hiS, \ 11'1 MIl. the Il'0pll' will approve with sland to the waters Tampa )., with nnxtcnsion
many up 1
ho law of supply nnd demand, and goes (louurket. so well begun. A correspondent, hearty good will : action of CovernorUoxham's .
n'll'rb\ : to Cedar Key, was dcclaml to bo
lands mill perish in the promise. Our 1'1.11. If it could\ be rendered into oil at not even an Professor nlll' I : administration ; it will Ightl'l "

pie, t ta bo satisfied must bo shown that n home and the oil only exported the :State !'IIJ'k's. but 11"1lallll'C stirred by the rumor I heir burdens and give to the, State thl u proper improvement to bo aided from theiitcrn.il

matter of absolute necessity. tl'l, and of the effort to supersede him, writes vigorous Iu..h forward on the road of prorress improu-ment fund, and the act of .
woultlll'r the benefit" both of exportingho I that '
Hint (lie! sale was tho best thing which could oil and tn; us strongly. on the subject, closing:. with I It he yet rl'l'I'iv'l1, thc withdrawal (''ongress of May 17, 1S.1G. gave to the State toaki
retaining the nutritive these I Men
) proper* earnest and true words: qualified lih ohjel
bo done under the circumstances.When of so lands from the t in the ('ontrnliul of this line "ev-
tits ettbe seed. A new invention has just and inclined) for such labors are few and I body market very

. wo have nil the( facts hl.'flll'l'1'1 in : beta put in use in t."i,iann by) which the rrt. and when placed in I field( adapted to at State price-s would l he prejudicial to therapid ry alternate C'tiol of government hind
settlement of the
nil otllciul shape, we shall be prepared l to he lull i'l..11 of their 11101. abstracted and Statenow progrexs-: designated by odd numbers, for six seeti4)u4i0)
'roduet 01'\111 (is greatly increased\ : hllril.1 in silent and :; of ng so sllt..fartoriy. Rut this ol'jC.tiol bay
glvo our assent) or dissent to tho wisdom of are" oh-ernltlOl leen eif the contract which widtli on ('IWI side of said road amidbr(1u'11.'t'he
New mills: being constantly built andothers I ho: minutest of movements 11.1 forms, theyleod Il't 1
their action in this nuttier "'0 confess that :! calirgetl1'e notice that the mill at protection from care, and' from need of stipulateslint the :-itatl may continue to I'dlhUII'4 Florida Kailroud Company

to part with more than half of our splendid 'omiietitivotruggle for 1. jll'III'I' if wovould selee-le-d by the purchasing companyo accepted: the provisions of the internal 1m1'1'0 -
'avannah is to increase its
: capacity.'e \ actual settlers at regular State prices the
landed domain to settle old' debts for settiurtll there !Ii derive the full results. they i State the with \ ('IClit art, ant wl.ltcn'r work wnstloney
that crtvliting
hope enterprise enough in Flor.I do and capable of Iloin. A. good mail company tlioamoimteceivod
I 11'1
a price may well 'excite a tooling; of regret ila to get up at least one oil mill, and lead in the right place should fc worried by no from such sales. This is a vise reservation that company I.forc the war was done

and suggest lo duo public mind that if ho to enterprise profitable in itself and read I of bang} crowded at (the cud of and goes to show (that Governor tinder that act The Peninsular (toad from
way lloxham and his have in
or of four. mh'i"I'1 great falelo south is working under
an effort bud been made to put these lands aluable the State. cl year the original
to considered it in all its
trlnl'tiot maturely
on the market in blocks with u wide advertisement Irufe."or ('o".tulk'l valuable la'nirs in icaring. and have acted only after being charter uf the Florida Itailroad, and on the

ut the North and "!'roatIlIIlIl'h better t:IFS. he i"tirat') of the orange iiiMVt in horoughly xitMied that every interest of lne designated in the internal )improvement

prices could have bl'
ViiMicola to the rest eif the State:; 1 is very uparcnt. Kilitical reason wjll avail to remove from so ( have IUII"t-Plorid". ('(, in this, and the alternate sections (.f

oun lUILllfUII1'llOSI'IC1'S.H 1 The Atlcancc, of the llth ins(., giuss mportnnt I field of investigation this '' t't'"hll'll Harnnrd, urCulumhil collegein State and government land are an iluip or-

has been a nl\IIt'rofl'onjclturc with thecttuens t Ihe following\ : ne-ws : K'tcnt ami I zealous entomologist.food i 1'1'1': l0) i tl the graduating class last. week, taut consideration in the building of rail-
j of .. tlh 1'1,4rht, fur homo yean I
On the 3.1 instant Ocala cvlobmled theuiipletion urged iiM)young monju- entering uium jadin Florida we
! as to when we should see the iron ( that from of lifo 1.1 se-eslmng reasons
authority assures us thl active stage to il > what they
lail canto
of its railroad connection
I t'a.\t>> of a railroad e-ompuny deposit its first ( One thousand withucl.ioiirillr. >oints on the Mi: Johns vegetables and fruits cxirliatethe "ils"system from our why .)11'. Yult'I.1
I train of caw in our town Tho memory of bled to see thl.-In..t spike driven pe-oplr and ussoin-to li4ten 'an be landed in New York in less than >litic.' It i is a good example to be followed their road from to Tami
! the oldest inhabitant can testify! that 111 1113youugcrdaysprusf.ewere hrceda>'s. Next season we will hM'e rail all the colleges all se-hools of the connry. these llt.il'
cunsiderrlgood, to the speeches in b"uurof (lit' occasion.This "l Iclti.n fart only with the view
: onnoctions with tug St. Johns our The growinggeucrntionmetaltobetueattrl -
. then for a railroad coming hero : and is about un a par withoncufour nearrcoteniporarics will 811 of F contributing I bomething in iY
even growers put this a*'uranco to proof, in regard to the ea his of this: system towanls >piri -
' it bas followed on, year after year, until the who annouiuHtl the e-oin 'oiiipctitimi\ lor truu>l I" rtali"n is the safely 'hoy will see party organs which claim to rug i in tho Tribune 1 mej.licumof cemfidenco.i .

present time, when still we say, "prospee-ts\ let ion of the/Vo."irv/ railroad! lotK-ala. I.f our v d..t| iiiurkctaMf | he II't'h\hll"| and cn'l piuiis, sneering ut 0) any cu cut, should the lVnIn,ularconiy -
South Floridians are naturally a ,1/'thN. l.r.IUliOI..I. ivil
flood. servicereform
are F ir the information of (th,' .d/morr" .I./"r. as hn"radll'a1le. and ': opntSumterville
doubting |mople\ till the subject uf railroad-, : wo The .It/iwiV inform. i n raising who make | a light for \ the 'raunpa Peatyreek
dill d.I\"II\\'. (114Iploertahn! to .mien |1.1' ulI vu mid mention that the railroad mvutlyiniptcUtl The *' .j-, 'raill) I and tr.l.hilltl.L.mt'l They"1"llil'"lauM have their unit :St. Johns| River Hail>d CompaT. -
uAnd t-ven nowthe ', lo IK-ala>> is till 1''lIlthular lUia tUkI li'i.-Savannah : run- will
. tf.iy" la IkWi vw fffaiiv 'alhllil uUt'lItiul 1 1'1 to a so fill IKI obstacle its in rut
>.ubtcw outnumber tin believers.tW ('''IIIt't.tln ; tit Waldolih the t'lurhla'1'ntll. hung to I'Y.rk re.mire, \', to I lint' \111 they lake a Putt .lallar.1 dirtetilu lit the way:
tin* in formed on all railroad, project .it Kailrmd l which. !;"lit!| .t..I| north to itsrminiis lake the j't' tge. The fast ( |I Ithr"'I:1 life' of tho country, they may do all in their ,"> lt where |le l"III'llar; ,

that have ever been 11l1.ll.xfiru the Iw'tble l IIf "' reaches.. .Untie. at Fern-in-]I by in I Ultimo, lai"voluble"I11 m\er to make jmlilio. u e-onte-st of prtnciph.tufyiItenuneuit.uuut Hla,1 shall l terminate. I has a large land
>iitli Florida, utrl I we must ay. If laSih has ( na. Tho ilisi.tiuxtroni -.'... .idiia lois r"i hit j, | tu |lim. the, u"sl.lr.' e.Mrt> the alternate se-ctionsof
$'nevtff vu luinilVM In our minds' in thN 1knula I 1.11 luiUt, ainl) tbo ,1..I'. 0"11'1 :1..1 1 nthir I'rtijiht cannot 'If moved with the .'rlev 1'.111"1 hn..iiie.s dvi "".': mpandovrrtlowxl

'UlW;" it i U II"\\, .Th gentlemen ti.mprU* \\' I I.i, the jllHtllll, tu Oeala mib- : i-lerity of fast nuiilv (hail pmiuxiiitn I 1G 1vii "ril'il.I- hindfi.r sis mi!,Mi
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grant of 10,000)( () acres per mile of its branches A JUIIItN.lL.! the severe frost had not hurt it ; some or \O'l'I'I: OF i\coufoitATio\ I VI. That the highest amount of indcbt-

and extensions for each mile it ,: eon them foot high, ness or liability which said corporationcan
may KKIT IIVJOHN \ grew near :'JO / a charmingbright.
( MKN: HY :TUIK: PKKS-: at any time subject 1t ,'lr"hl111 be twenty-
struct. Thus WI' .think our Tampa cotemporary H \KTK\M OF l'lItI\Jt.t'IIt.\: .. e\crgrccn aromatic. Wt saw 11l'IIrlheptiI1 .KNOWA.I I hHt we, ('. W. Ynlcce, ,1. II. I five hundred\ ($:2.r! >oO) dollars.
i is hedged about with so many Hotanist to His :Majestyfor t numbers of large Barr, tots mullets!! ;MKiinnis.i i William Hit WItOIl, "-. II. C. Dur- I VII.1 That the !said (Company' shall bo

grounds fur hope as to have little cause for the Florida : routs I : and !several other kind unknown t tns 10 'h', Thomas Kydd 1, Calvin II, Dibble. Henry I vested" with all rights; and privileges/, which
i I'::. Potlcrcr, and O Stark: all of the Stale of i I the acts heretofore referred to can convey
distrust As for us, we fl'eI'eQ' little doubt rrox some in dunce of others!' \\ hih run into Florida, under and in accordance: with the I'I VIII. In witness whereof, we the parties

that there I is a good time coming particularly A Journey from Angu tinc the grass!' to hide them from their), enemies : provisions of nn act of the State of Florida, I Il'lIlitlt'll 'I aforesaid, have hereunto set our hands: and

if certain negotiations looking to the up the (River St. ,John. in going down to (the lake the fish were continually i "\11 act to Provide for the ('rentton i'1 seals" : the IHfh day, of May A. D. IHHJ.,

extinguishment of the present liabilities resting jumping' ; \\l'ol'1'el'\.1! on the north- I of Corporations rtnd to Prescribe" I their (Jeneral ,.. e. ViChl.1l'I'l: YUI.KK: :,
l'oWl'I'S1111 Liabilities! approved\ J. II. MtOINNIS.[ [
on the internal improvement fund art With llxplanatory: ; Not(". end of the lake a hammock, of oak. 1Vc then gust Mb, 1WS, and. an act of the Legislature i :! W. S. UAWSON: ,

successful, of which there I is the brightest steered our course to H 'rl1l1's Island, on of said I"tlltl'l'ntittlt ".\11 act to Repeal\ an 4 W. It. ('. W'KYfcK:;

prospect. Without this no land grant may 17t( ,. which there i is some good land and ridswamp act entitled an act to Provide for too ( 'rea. ', '1'. KYDD.C. ,
lion of Corporations and to Prescribe their (!. II. DIHHLK.II. ) h;,
he considered valuable, but with it, it 21st1Varnt with .pretty much \pine-land, it 5 i"+ General Powers and Liabilities, and to Recreate I V. DOTTIMM'U,
will be the fault of the people South FlorIda Janiury morning) : set! out supposed (to contain about I.1*) acres: ; hen and Amend I the :Sections 1 Repealed: )by 'n n.I STARK

if, within the next few years, Tampa (1'1)111Ipalting'I: : t Tppcr-storc, wind south ; it we encamped: on a rocky risituggm-uund/ and !said act" approved\ March 11th, 187! do ---- ---.-- ------- --- .

does not have more than one railroad terminating soon fell a raining, so that we encamped :. found numbers: nf great and small oyster' hereby associate oursehes: \ 1 together as a corporate I Vollro of 1.'IIm.roor.
near the head of the great lake, at an orange hodv, under the name and style of i| LAM OFFICE AT (1.\tNisvir.tK:, Fr.\,
on her magnificent bay-l-'lori
Header, enjoy of a future Imagine grove on a bluff, where we /gatheredgood cockles, all cemented together with brokeifragments : The principal \place of business of I I j ) : i is hereby given that May[ the 2, following 1 81.TOTICK -
1 bitter-sweets the
sour ones:< lay scat said
shall he the of Fcrnandina
that the track of the Pciisacola! I .t: Atlantic / some ground as line as coarst\ (Company in City ..r \ named :settler has filed notice of her
Il'I'l'llllllllhollt on the ground ; there aretwo sand all mixed and in tdc :State of Florida. intention to make final proof in ofher
confusedly support
Railroad: along the :shores nf ; they were! I
may pass
J II I That the business of said Companyshall :
large and some small islands the head and final thereof
near claim secure I entry at
Pensacola and Kscatnhin: bays until it reaches jumbled together as upon ourseacoast ; f firs )be to build and! manage n hotel and; from the
the of date
of the great lake expiration thirty days
a point on the latter where it steps: across a !strata of shells, then strata of shells am neccssarv accommodation on Amelia Reach, I of (his: notice, viz : 1.011lH.HtLIIUOCK) ) ,
22d.: Cold morning, and the wind so high, and to obtain the right of maintaining and I
the waters! to Bayou Mulatte[ in Santa Rosa fragments:& (fill up I the least= ca\ity, ; it is remarkable ]Homestead Nat ((517, before Clerk Circuit
duet not, venture on the lake it being ycryrough collecting/, toll on road connecting the beach
I that we never found scallop: Court, at Fernandina, Fla., on Friday, June10th
county-and beyond to Milton[ and Hlack-: any with the l'il1'1' ,Fcrnandinu.III. II
: so we staid Illrt'ull night, and fired IMSl for the west half of northwestquarter
water, in our :sifter shire. Hut the present to the south of Carolina: cither on (be cnabtor [, That flue ciii-ital stock of the Com. .'
the marsh. \ section :21!I, township J lIort.h.I'IIlIgl' ,
vision does not comprehend I the pleasant and up in the country. > ,outs: shall )be ten t thousand dollars, divided 21 east: ; and names: the following asher
:2311.1'cry:\ cool, dear morning, wind N. Into'shares; 1)l'on(' hundred dollars: each, I witnesses viz
: :
element of intercourse
not conflicting neighborly
"'. :Set; out early, and coasted:: the westsideof : u Hv the above I description= this may probably with privilege stockholders' to subscribe: James McKrndrie[ Lemuel McKendrie of
with the good people of Santa Rosa ; be the Illicium anisatumof Linn Spec' in ((1 I one-eighth, ((1)I ) one-fourth 1111110)( ) one.luaL' II Callahan Fla. Henjamin (). Parker of
the lake which was\ :sandy-beech ,
stops short of that adjunct, and simply calls: part (KU"width i is the :SomoorSkimmiof; : Kivnipfer's : shares---ten. per centum 1II1I1I1h'rip. I King's: Fcrrv, and T. W. Higginbotham, of
up the suburban future of l'cn" .icola along part; marsh, some cypress-swamp! and much amiLMiitates, p.' M8fi.-This is the tree simm tions ul'stuck tube \paid: when such subscriptions !' Helton, Fla.:
oak banks, until we came to William's 'h admired for its spiev quality by tin an made" and the remainder as may: 'fi-.t i.1. HARNKS Register
the delightful shores of life bay waters, ami Chinese and! Japoncsc, anal\ which has beet bo ordered' by the 11"\1'1101': Ilil'l'I'lor"lo'ai1! ;! ,
Spring, a (.tl'l'III'\: very clear warm water, !:10 \ I
adorns the picturesque\ localities: between discovered lately by William t Clifton, Msq' : Company.}
k the city and Hellvicw with handsome residences yards broad. and i 2! font deep the !spring lhicf; -. u..tit'l' of"West-Florida, to grow near IV. That} I the corporation hereby createdshall I lollc'3' Sassed is Motley I Jia41c II
head* e\en with the river; we landed near Pensacola. alate its: corporate existence from the '1)URCIIASI I'::. Vs it'It KXdINliS: ; FROM
surrounded by the wealth of vegetation its mouth on a shiUy-bluff amongst thousands day; of filing of these articles of incorpomtio'rt ( I j us, and saveiloo: u 10 Horse ; $.'00on '
which the fertile soil will sustain. The ofursusge-trccsgru\vitugsu thick I that Groceries" mill .-0' i"loII"" as required' by the acts as aforesaid, I a 20 I torse, and :$:;:! track of the /great road which places IVnsi- .- -----, --- .... ----- ..- and shall continue for the term of ninety- er I-'ngine. Send for our prices before purchasing I
cola in connection with the rest: of the state: we could. hardly pass:) between them fora .\\(; II: &v FKUM: nine i years.V. ; Engines: (/tins, Presses, Saw and
quarter of a mile.we; walked near mile up' That the )business of the ( 'olllall"hall\ Orist: Mills. Threshers, or any kind of Machinery
and the Mississippi[j river at New Orleans be conducted Hoard of five Directors .
by .1) '
to two or three of its heads\:&, and I..n l one on : :: AND (CONFKCTIONKKS\() : :;, ( ) We are! )Manufacturers'! Agents
three hundred miles nearer the Atlantic, IAKIIS to bo elected bv the stockholders: on the! and guarantee: satisfaction in quality analprice.
the right hand! which we did not search, because l first [ of March in each and
this local : .Monday everyyear WALKF.lt & LOUD
would be. of such use by : route to CHOIC'K ,
we could not I'lut it without a boat, ; excepting that the I first election shall
development that 1'ensacol.i might well expect hllll.I.1 N+,.,1 l.Vi:\ [t'l'lillIrl''t, West side, near
at such lime I the undersigned
as corporators
the land near the creek was a rich but narrow Groceries, (''I mid 'I'oh.u''os '
Charleston ]Hotel, Charleston, S::;, C, j
suburbs that would challenge hem shall
to possess: or a majority; of ( determine
swamp 100 yards: wide more or less, adjacent Said Hoard; of Directors IIIIIIell'ct April J II>, 1881-'Ism. ,
and those of gulfcity. upon. ._ .
even surpass : any TOYS:; ANI I" 1'ANC1'Ilf'fll'i.l'S: }: --- ----
to which was a high shelly-bluir: on President and Secretary, and such I
the beautiful shores for nine
Imagine : which the Indians bad: .planted' ; it is remarkable I'ntcrtainmeiiN and 1 Picnics other subordinate olllccrs\ as the, business of PRINTIXO, in every style, and at i iI
Weddings JOB
or ten miles above the city, with their fine that the Florida Indians\ planted on all furnished\ ,the shortest notice, at rock-hot, the Company may require. I (he lowest rates, at the. Minium office.IMPORTANT l

water front, bright, sands and spaikjing torn prices, at __ ._ .
these shelly-hind's, as: being the most fertile h -- ---- ---- -
waves, fully improved and occupied by happy ANC.F.IAS: : HAKMUY.Centre I: _
parts, except the swamps} : and marshes,
people (of course) who might any hour of I Street I I NOTICE !
which for rice and which _
are only proper 23 Opp. old 1'. 0. BI1i1IIiIl .
the day pass to and fro between Pensaeola!! the Indians never planted, as they wOllhlIIC'l'r ___._.u _. ---
and their charming residences, in -
conveyances the of and
take }pains raising shellingof
using: the track of the Pensacola it
it ; and the }pine-lands not being !suitablefor J. & T.Are I YDD
Atlantic Uailroad. Think of this-and also: .
i corn by their method of cultivation ; but
think how the traveler approaching Pensa-
cola would be pleased with the aspect of its whether they planted' the intermediate declining receiving immense additions to (heir already largo stock of
grounds I can't sayas large trees:< of
suburbs during miles of travel before arriv This reserved fur
cedar, celtcs! and }palms, with many other space
ing.-I'cnaiiculn i Jn'eUe .\, Pi.; NOYKS, (hol'tl1'111' /Sum: CuvMu.ri: SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
kinds: grow on 1110:01101': I them : About noon ;
A passenger by the Xeptune Wednesday who i is too busy to write an advertisement.
.weI.t out from this place, and coasted still,
states t that (lie eastern of I the Pensacola Men's and Youth's
corp on the west-side: being very warm, and we Clothing,
& Atlautlic road, under "-. II[, Wells, eroded: stilt observed: either oak-hammocks, or high
Yellow river Monday.[ J. 0. Jibbs: in chargeof pines ; about half way down the lake is a

the westerncorps: has I left Chattahoocbcc high bluff; the \ippet part white. soil, the
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for Marianna. The! work moves: steadilyforward. lower it and : (:4 OUH-\ full and complete\ stock, consisting i of SUMMKR: SILKS,
yellow, produced spruce-pine __ .. ._ ALL-WOOL LACK :
.-/'cnnnrnln liazcttc. .h. : HUNTINOS: LAWNS, LINKN: LAWNS, HAHI! (H... and IIIKNA-
oaks we could not \bring our boat near the
II. 1-::. WOTTI'ltKIC, ]Dl XKS, fcW'isHKS:; :: TARLKTANS, VICTORIA and PKRSIAN LAWNS::; ill low prlocN.JIurgitiiiM .
Through the courtesy of our gentlemanlysuperintendent shore, for this i west-side: is very shoal I most of
iu Niiiiuiifr SilltN
I -from Fifty Cents upwards.
of the Florida Southern the waynail the land mostly: pal metto-

Uailroad, )Er, "ruelle) we took the train on i ground and'! some few cypress sivu taps} ; we I ''KRNANDINA: FLORIDA\ Gents' Tine Furnishing Goods a Specialty.Our ; .

Wednesday last for liluc Pond, eighteen and encamped' I on a descending bank, on I the back
a quarter miles from Palatka. To travel on of which was scrub-oaks and dwarf palmetto hui:.\m.iuu: J IX Improved Dollar) :Shirt: is tile howl, unsurpassed: in lit and quality,

a railroad westward, in Putnam county, or chanucrops ; here we cooked n I tine Hess I'lac I'ululil j. Grocerle ixi Itloiicliod and Brow Cot lousat, Wholesale Prices. Fruit of Loom at

where we have I trudged along in the years of palmcabbage.\ 10 Cents, ; IO- I Sheeting, 25 'c'uts.

past:; nt the rate of four miles an hour, 21th. Moderate clear morning ; rowed .\ "> A case of splendid' Standard I'riut.N, at 0 Cuts, per yard.d'We .

\. through the sand beds, makes\: : a wOllllcrfulT early by a bank of piue) -laud for several PROVISIONS.) J :: ;:: : are Agents/ : fur IH'VI.iTV *V 'O.. jeuuing'lutliersof'' New York City. j ,

contrast in speed and comfort. We wereagreeably miles: and :some; cypress-swamps: then came Spring: Samples now reiuly : LMO) .It'I-"ixlr" of (hem from $jU5' to $2i per Null.
to find such" tutu timberland Fit gllu rail h'l'l I.JI I.
to a large creek):, called Johnson's Spring, '
and a variety of hl'IUltif'1I110l'alions inviting the west-end: of the lake about HO yards near j ft- A ."i:
settlers!, where transportation is now broad, but after it widens to about 1MO ; the Customers: can rely upon !getting CIIOICISOODS ) : inferior (lauds, we are (he ('lieiipONt, Wry Goods HOIINU from Jtlaiiio to I

made easy, and travel at the rate of twenty ) ine-land comes pretty close: to its banks, ( ) usN07'IIING" Florida. '!

and thirty miles an hour Mine Pond has then a narrow low marsh: interposal) : and T. cc: T. I.YD :D ,

been an objective point ever since the road after we rowed higher; up( we saw narrowryprcssswamps [ i ltlY"flll: FINKST HUANIWare { New York Ollice, J[ 1""tf f K.K. C: >r. Vnfre' and Tliird Sts.,
started. Why it ii is called Uluo [Pond is ; : : : }
: i'a sing :;: loblolly-bays: and some few

strange. The waters are clear, and appropriately oak-huu nsucks ; the creek abounds with fish) ,

might \have b'-en christened many stcngrays! near its mouth ; it is supposed -_ kept in stock.. l" 1 1f
Crystal! Lake. This lake is: probably about l to run 7 miles: from its head to the J. II. -' -y' -

five miles: in circtu iference.: The lake lake, where the bar is: about 18! inches deep, PUKSCOTT. ------1------ --- -- . ----. -. .... - ------- ---

abounds with fish. An old reliable darkey kit the creek is 31, and 5 foot up to the 1I I

stated that one evening he and another man spring, which is nearly level with the lake f

waded into the water a short distance, and and !full of grass anti weeds at the 'bottom, Style, Fit, ,

with poles and lines: caught seventy-five many of which reach to the top of (the water I .

I pounds of fine trout, and, as he said, lots of and are a great obstruction, to the boats Comfort,

rcam. The lake on the north side though in going up, without they keep directly in eau' Z WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, Zi

small, is said to be even finer fur fish than the channel! ; on the hurt h-ile towards its I I
(Blue Pond. The road passes between the head a large marsh branchtth out ; we came Durability. I '

two lakes. The land is: much better than at last to where the cattails and "hullrushcigrew nit i 1ii r

was (' ( I'<,<:Il'l1. It is pine Iona!. The growthof so (hick, that we could not force the I

the pine indicates! the strength of the batoe through hem( though; it was 100yards ; nUnll, Steamer, and Sail,

boil The situation is elevated and it is a broad, and 3 or .I foot deep, jOlI clear that we o I O

charming place fur a town which no doubt could e the muscle-shellsoii its shelly bottom +

will spring up and become a place of ImJness. i- in patches or 4 flat diameter between rn i! PQ"Jl

.-J'uliiHn: llcrtdd. the great patches: of grass\ und weeds ; we :I A LARGE STOCK OF

The Lake City l:'jNrtcr says : The FloriJLi landed to search the head springs, and Hitting litrK.'l>' InrrcttMcdNtoclt ns, I

Southern Railroad is being built as rap. passed through an orangL'rove and an old} of I'oot.'n... in liolli HIM i: Z

idly ni possible- with the means at hand. "'c field of t the Florida Indians. there came to mill nuMlliiiii KruilcM' I inn iiif 1 1

hear that us soon as completed l from Palatkato the main springs, : where a prodigious quantity bled tit thu'c' lunrc' myIINOIII< .

(i.I lll.\'i1lt, t that work will be {commencedUMHI l i'f very clear warm [brackish: water
c'rN H \ TJlurgc orliiirnl' of
] between\ Gainesville\ and this place. boiled up between vast rocks of unknown ] FuiftitfiTiriftE: 1[ I
hoots' mill MIOOM" iiiiido by use
Along the route from Lake City to Cia lI<"'i' depth, we could not reach the bottom by, avery 00

ville i.i" some of the finest timber; in the long' pole ; this! was onthenorth| bank, nio *| roiiiM>l 'iil and "Mklll <>dworkmen.

)State, and just as soon ns the iron l is laid about 12 foot high above the water, which I II I Tlifioc, < uodN, wore I

the road will spreads iu(1nrdiately.'Oor fill yards}, 'broad : --\NU-- I
upon the milling business give I |inrliiiM all the business the trains can accommodate. "'( wtdked round the ws-st-end low'ards the I (
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onlj 4 rntiiK4-d liar Else +uaicC4)nrIu0411Ey. '
The price of 'lumber is sufficient to warrant south-bank where the bare Hat rocks upeared \>-
This, Mill Inc 414411.. .. the building of numerous mills, and there is ) above water.andagrcatstrfamlioihslup )

no doubt but that there is a sufficient of a alt and sourish taste, but not near <*d it pleiiNiiriiiiilnliiK .. acftcr scclag' (a. i

amount of timber accessible to the line to go loathsome as! several 1 I lK.fore-describ-dnor I und arnliiK; tit Hlial .

pay in its traiK-portatiun for the cost of the had it any bad smell, or whitish Milimeiit u* e'rc"IIC") I ou prIcshcsc', 'I

-< road Hradford county i is one uf I he finestfarming they ; we examined the (comHisition| of the < OO,|M, arc 0..1'..... .
counties I in theState! and but for rocks,", and filUw.1J1U1;: of them to lie u concrete .. .
the want of transportation its citizens have redish tart sonic wll li-h mixed I with .J..f'" 11) stock HX''I.lallX': : I

beets backward in fruit growing. Now theyare clay, other a M-rrujrinoiH Irregular\ concrete, 1"UItXISIIIX(; (;AIM IM" ttorfliytlu r S CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. f5:

encouraged 1 lo engage; in this business, and many u combination of nil theve materials ittlenfloii of* llso.,c d..lrlllJ ..

which i is far more profitable than cotton. with MisliIN.. "' :1111.., iiii'l <-...'\\dl.T ; we fin* f.'oodw.r .

fniiiiil) in Site bank" atui"\Li <-i>|.>iircit.-iiarioiM| t
.cliuiitilll I .
We have received the first number of the earth und Mrittu ..f yellow fund bfnuth ; I ,

tSurtoic InfuriMut. published at ]lutow.l'ulk near here my mitt fuinnl :i Invrly.wrct tree ", rC'4"h.* f-nri'l'iil and proinptallentloii. I II

county from the a newest neat and of our well-gotten lit'.nnti.up..*.bheet The, with Iraulilvlhe.\\i-ii lay, whichkiaellnllike I ..--,,__I ___ ._ .. 0.- _._____ __. ___ _. _,..- __I_. ...

editor and proprietor I ill Mr. D. W. I*. .a-tatfra.. and ,'rc.lul'ia very strange J H. PRESCOTT
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.COlUl1 )IXql:. bays by lovely women, or their gallant (;IMIAI: : nir.ix: :TOKY.United .
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COUNTY. I A tefsnr of Taxes-Thomas Parch, Coltoil!
beaux, he will be surely carried In thought ( Plant
si; 'urnly.1odge-11. D. Davis Sanderson.
<< "l Oflirer
to the city of the Doges. The moonlight Clerk-F. J. Polls, Sanderson. Collector nf 1'I'clllle-rn'lterlck N. 1'oyj!
evenings arc made most attractive/ by moonlight Sheriff U. C. Herndon, Sanderson.
Kll\NDI-CEDA: KEY, ITU iKOWTII 1oatingparti,14, with olcgantgcntlcinen -(L. A. Barnes, Gainesville 1 ..I..I.S.'IIif Tares-George 1'. Canova, San tSuiHri'ntetident of School*-H. C. Martikt[ )

AND IMPROVEMENT( : ETC.: llereit'er-John I F. Rollins\ : Gainesville! c derson.Collector. Fort McCoy. ,
and fair women, who make the air melodious Srrrrryor-Ieorril-3lalaclmI Martin of JI'I'Cllllc-Hidlarlt MONROE COUNTY.Umnify .
7il>) flit Editor: of the Mirror : Talla- Kennedy,
with song and guitar. Time hangs not hassce.' ]Darby ville.Superintendent. Judric-f'has. S. Baron \l'yVest..
CEDAR K..Julie Jj
f. 1 J81 1.
: : heavily or dull around the necks: of these DISTRICT COURT. of( :rhnulx-.L J. \\'. Cobb tV.rTPeter T. Knljrht( Key West.Shirlff ,

r, Among the prominent men I met on the people; they sec' the world In all its beautiful ,fn-Thomas :Settle; Jacksonville. Olll tre. (George; A. Demerritt Key West.

train at Cedar Key the other, day was Mr. .l/rtr..1",1-.J. II. I Durkeo, Jacksonville. 11RADFORD COUNTY. Assessor of Tartu Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,

: Zcba King, who is largely interested:! in the phases: arc fond of society and agreeable C'lerk'PhilipVulter, Jacksonville.INTERNU County Judge-,1. 11. Richard, Providence. Key West.Collector.
,companionship; ; !sec the bright spots on the Clerk of Jl'I'CIIlr.'niter ('. (
cattle business Mr. King I is the owner of : REvi: :r. -Henry )F. York, Lake Butler. / Maloney,
panorama of time as it Is daily unfolded( before i Sheriff-\\'. \\'. Tumblin :Starke.; Jr., Key West.:
', upwards! of seventy-live thousand head, that them seize: upon them III true Southern: (htl"/lIr-IIc'1I1I) : Kagan: Jacksonville.COM.EITOH.S .lxxrs.orof Tares N. (C.Wainwright, Lake .';"JIf'ri"it.fCld'ifSdtlJuls-J. V. Harris, Key

roam over a thousand: hills," numberless : OK (,1'1
Ads broad prairies, and along the Klssimmee! discernment: and enjoy the beauties and John "'. I low til, Fernandina. of Hercnitc-Bunbcrry) Haynes, \ssvu! CnUNTY.G'ucrcfyJrnlgcMinton .

the Chittaeohatchoe Istokpoga-yokld joys of life, and throw dull care far: from Kdward; Hopkins, Jacl\ ol1vilil'. Santa Fe.Superintendent. / J. Baker, Fernan- "

My- them. M> (',\\\,nER: John F. House:< :St.; Augustine. SclIJol.-J.. B. Rhodes.
ti' j akka, Tsalo, Apopka( Josh! I'eace and Caloosahatchcc .I.J.1.. Carrie, Cedar: KeyStale Starke. ilina.Clerk--J. A. Kdward, Fernandina.Sheriff .

free of cost for}past rage. I Buyers AITAIIIS J\ I7MAC7;. BREVARD: COUNTY* (!=Peter Cone Fernandina.

arc coming into the country this early to OfllrcrM.KXKCUriVi County .1"lyr-.1l1nws A. McCrory, City .I.....':R.'Jr ':/,1i.J"/"s-"'m. II. (Garland; Fer
To the, Editor of the Mirror : Point. nandina.LWntor.
purchase for the Cuba market and offerIng -
t PARis:l, FRVNCI, May( 23: 1881. : : ': DEPARTMENT. /"rl'-\ A. :Stewart; Titusville. of Jlemiur Warren 1'. Scott., Fernandina. -

!. fourteen dollars )per head, but do not It would be difllcult to over-estimate, froma (/fJ'l'rllllr-\\'III. l II). Itlnxhapi'l'nllahasse.l : : Assessor r 7iIJ'I''ullal'c It. Moses( : (;eor- .

t want the cattle disturbed yet. They are being iertten.nlt/ -Cuierrner-Livingston: Bethel gianna.Collector. SlIp'rilltrllI.nl of ''drool-\\. \rll h01Wr,

driven into large herds, as many as a }purely political standpoint, the great moral Key We'st.Secretary of Jl.'t'/t11/-Jo' M.: Platt, Lake Jcs-: Callahan.

t thousand in a bunch, by t the attacks of and }practical victory won by the President : ; of Stale-John r.. Crawford, Tallahassee. lIp, Orange County.Superintendent ou \NC.I: COUNTY.County .

; of the Chamber of Deputies yesterday : of! /fool-A, Brady La Judyrl.\ I.. Siunmerlin, Orlando.
Ilies for mutual protection. There is nothing On questions which merely III'o"'e11I expression Ci ni, >troller-\\'. D. Barnes, Tallalla :-ec.; Grange.: Clerk-.}. P. HII h<,y. Orlando.

destructive In the bite of the lly, only Tl'r'I..II1'rr-Hl'lIl' A. b'Engle'fah: I : :<('e..lttorlI'YI'u'rnlll'orge ('1.\V COUNTY. Sheriff. =l'honiasV.. Shine, Fort Reid.

'.< f" annoying to the cattle. If they arc not disturbed of Republican feeling it I is always I'I Raney, Tallahassee. County Judijc-.]. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of' Tares-James: M.; Owens) Fort
easy for )[. Oambelta to rally his forces, and Park. Reid, Fla.

l.. j J by cattle drivers they feed and fatten, with a compact majority to defeat opposition ConinnissiorcrfL'tnlY-Ilugh, [ A. Corle)'. Clerk-O. A. Buddington, Green Cove Collector of l/I./lIIc-Xnt. Poyntz, Orlando
t/ and later are fine fat beef, and bring better Tallahassee.Superintendent,
/ Siijicrlntcndent( Scluuls-laden
bo it from the Right, the extreme Left Springs.Sheriff! of T. Becks.
.: ,,,' : price. Mr, King has one hundred men and of I'ullic In..tl'llctioll-K K. James! ,,'. DeWitt, (Green Cove Fort Reid.
from the two combined but
t or even ( ; on the Foster: Tallahassee.
three limes as horses in his employ, : Springs: PUTNAM COUNTY.Judijc ,
t \.1 many tcrutln( de I HffJ matter the Republican partywas .1,Adjutant-General E. Vi Huge, Tallahassee .assessor of Tares-11'tn.
';'-! ':t and when gathering time comes his: cow Coiiway, KingMcy.of : of! l'1'ull1tte-B. Harrison, Palatka.Clefk .
; divided against itself, while, as: M(, Roger nuRKVU OF IMMIGRATION. .I C'llltdw RCI'JllcWill. S. Plummer -W. F. Forward, Palatka. .
i.. :: (Commissioner, A, Robinson, Tallahassee. :Maxville.Superintendent.
Sheriff Thomas \ .
saddlehags energetically maintained) yesterday, the : Shally.Assessor
I' i'' ; of SI."Io'Jl/J-f. 1'. Gciger\ -S. I K.: Timmons.Colltctor J
advocates of the rerutln d'arrondlstcment Clerk
d ic- -R. C. Long Tallahassee.
co, flint and steel, blanket, lariat cow- Middlcburg. of: Jt'iTcniie-Joseph Price.
fuse to treat the matter as! one of principle) ''Y./ccil/l.-fYI'1I/.'-Samuel Fairbanks. Astor Superintendent
t'"bUc ScllUol/J-.J..
: .
: whips and he is equipped then for (OUT III1'CXTY. !
; a Jacksonville
I spurs Building, ; I). H. ]'laceValdo.. Strickland.'
it in the
"a Y I i4: cruise of weeks hardly ever seeing! habita-- regarding light expediency rather SUPREME; COL'nT. County .TIIfuc-\\. M. Ives: Jr., Lake City. .
TAYInlt! Cot-NT
!" : than sentiment. The struggle eventually Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City
,, rJ 1 (!ion! except: : that of a cow-herder. or va uero.Ifcailcil ijolvsd. itself into (ft content between the influence Uhirf.TII..ti'e.-K M r. lhtndall.fncksonwillc. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. Corudlo fqe--1\'. II. Parker, Perry.

': J by (heir general, .Mr, King, they ..ixxucultcJastkcJ.Vestcntt, jr., Tallahassee. .Ixxes. Jr of Ta.J"Cs-l. W. flyers. Lake City, Sheriff Thomas' Ost): ecu, Perry.
f i.
I of the Palais Bourbon on the one (,hlleetuf "f Tlurll-.T. I. Parish, Lake City Clerk-John C. Calhonn. Perrv.Superintendent .
of stock and
make for the particular'
}:, l range hand, and that of the Klysec, supported by Associate Justice( -II. H. Van Yalkenburgh, SIlll.'rilltl.It'lIt oj'SdlOuls-J u I i lI l'otsl1tlller, of ,)II'/"ul.-1'. J. Franklin,.

r/ i"l.t I I') scatter, being divided off as his judgment the l'rime.MiniStcr( on the other. Under Jacksonville. Lake City. ferry .
'? r dictates, with orders for each party to range Clerk-C. H.[ Foster, Tallahassee. bOV.M COUNTY. Comity l'/'rrI. url'r-H. S. Sutton, Perry.
these circumstances! the battle really turnedon County/ 1I/'I'1'"Jr-ll. N. Cox .
I certain section of of CIRCUIT JUDGES. Perry.Collector
j" r ,1 a country, gather cer- the weight of M.( Gambctta: prestige in County Judyc-William A. McLean! Jack of JiecenueAssessor -
i',-f r; taro marks and brands, and drive them to a First Circuit-Augustus K. Maxwell, Pen- sonville', nf 1it.rfS-I'4. II.
his own part, and he has emerged victorious a'ola.1 Clerk-Thomas: K. buck Jacksonville. PerryST. -
designated where the calves are marked
";'" ;: and branded with u hot iron, generally on morning's press lead to any result, the pacification (if TaJ'Cs-\. Prevatt Jackson:; ('lIIllIt!, Jiidijf-M.( R. Cooper St. Augustine. ..
:. A the hips. The sticklers arc notched a little Third t'iieilit-E..1./ Yann, :Madison.Fourth ( : ville. ."

; I J merely to gentle them, but thousandsnever : of the Republican party however, Circuit-James M.( 15iker Jacksonille. : Collector of JCt'CIIIlC-lol'-I: J. Brown, (Clerk-Bartolo l 1-'. Olin'rot:; Augustine.

.; will not take long to accomplish. M.( do \' Jacksonville.Fttjierlntciiileiit: Sheriff{ --Ramon I Hernandez[ St. AugustineAssessor :; .
their teats the beefs
:, f- get a }put on ; Cassagnac explains his motives for supporting Fifth Circuit/ -James 15. Dawkins) : Gaincs- of Schools-Albert ,1. Russell of Tii.rcs; David L. Dunham St.Augustine. ..
cattle arc cut out, and sold to Cuban purchas ville. Jacksonville.: : .
;i iI i the fcrutin tie lists by .declaring that the
\ ers. )rr. King i.s: n man that stands fix Sijlh Circuit-II. L. Mitchell Tampa. 1I.\ IIJToOlT T\ CtJIertof ,t'lrrenur-.luscpli: I1'. Llainbias,
t measure\ will }place M.( Gambctta; in the positron Seventh C/'t."it-\\'. Archer Coi-ke :Sanford :St. Augustine.Siiierlntendent, .
feet eight inches!! in his stocking ,
!seven or : ..1"fflf--lIl'nry .T. .
I County Stewart, Jasper.ClerkJ. :;
of a king whom it will bo difllcult for of! .tie"ndx1'I I Perpall,
; feet, about forty or forty-five years of age, Caldwell Jasper.: '
1 ,' :St.; ,\
well\ informed the Conservatives overthrow, and thus fours ('uh'ndur. Sheriff(;( -James )r. Duncan Jasper.Jwwwwr : IIJII.liJIC'c' '"
agreeable, pleasant! ; .
: r-rt-It l'tl\-: TV.nnwtI.I"ltl1I'lIry
,. II. I bring about the collapse of the Republic., of TI.J"rll-.J. R. ]Hunter, Ancrum.
f on the current events of the day, and particularly An important result of the revived bill will TermSanta FIRST URiTIT.Full Collector of J"I"'III1C-\\. H. II. ;McLeod( S.Cnssidy( : 1 I I }posted as to the prices of cattle Columbia County.tfiijierlnteitilcHt; Clerk-Thonuas.J. Ivey, Leesburg.Sheriff" .
RosaM: [ in October.Walton .
be that the total number deputies: will be : : Monday =
( J. S. Dyclie.s, Lcesbnrg.Assessor : .
i and the men who come to buy ; he sells at 4th ( in October.! of Fchooln/ -Joshua: J r. Rob .
f1 raised from 5.V: to 590), so that unless the Monday l'rtollIcrUIII.: of Tafc' /-ii.( 1'. Wall, Webster.Collector /
A delivering point and gets the money before Holmes: Wednesday: I after -IthIOIIIlr;
of 1:1''c/w"-.Jolll1. ) .
is the inconvenience ,
Chamber to undergo same in
October. lir.RNANIlO! COUNTY
with his stock. When starting out -
f parting Leesburg.Siijierlntcndcnt
t r I ''I with a newly-gathered drove of wild cattle in regard to "space' as our Congress, a in Washington October.Jackson) :.'d,I Monday( after 1th Monday ConntiJmlije-"'. L. Frierson, lrooksville. of Sdwul.-\, C. Clarke,, .

i complete re-arrangement of the seats in the I : that are breaking and runningat every bush! 3d Monday after Hh Monday, in Clerk-i. C. \M\V. 1lroaksville.SherifJ. .
will become of
"i or noise!:! mounted on a sturdy horse, givinghis legislative building) matter October.Kscambiu.. II. Mickler( HroCk vilil'. sUWANKE: COUNTY.
-I rr necessity.! 1: 1st Monday( in December.This County Judan M.( :M. Blackhnrn
': orders to his men to kl'CP'l'll up on the : .11I./I"Jr 1 of T i The army recruiting bill-in other words : act amended l !section 2 of act of February w 'II c. Oak.

t f Hank of the cattle, throwing his long twcn t the measure for subjecting priests and lo<>, IS;!), and does not change the ; nf, i"vernce-l'" Townsend: Clerk Robert, A. Reid, Live Oak.
j t ty-foot ('ow-whlp'ovrr bis head, and with/ lae professors Spring' Term. B rook-l\1: IIr. Sllrr'ff-.John 11. Sessions:; Live Oak.

sudden reverse: bring it back, the surprise: to to the conscription-has given rise to Till Kit (1IUTIT. .' lengthy discussion: )L Madier( de Mont- ftjirinil 7i'rlll'I'uylor. Fort Dade.]) horn '
f.J1 the buckskin cracker making it sound liket'
;" jail made a violent speech in favor of the doing 1st Tuesday after 1-t: ;Monday( inApril. HII.I IIORi! >UilI COUNTY. Collector of IleveiiueRobert}, 1-'. Allison:; ,. ..
the report of u musket!:! and giving the "cow Live Oak.

a j' sound," that echoes and reechoes: through away with all privileges! in regard to services Madison, 2d Monday in April. County .1"dy-1I. L. Crone' Tampa. S"IJl'1'illtrlll/t'uf ',8do"I-.1.. O. C. Jones,
l\I\llull exemptions from the ('I..k-'m. C. llrown, 1'uml'a.SIII'1'TH. .
ordinary Live Oaks
the woods he after the Hamilton, Ith Monday in April.Suwimce .
S i as galops away [ .
( I Isaac Crat't .
conscription laws. He also: attacked the existing :: 1st Monday( after Ith Monday( ( Tampa.Aem VOLUSI COUNTY. I
( heard, ho the foremost: man, one cannot I >r of Taxer-S. K. Sparkman Tampa.
under which of in April.Columbia!. County Judijc-James II. Chandler I
system; young men ; -
Collector Rereiue-\V. F. 15uris .
t of the of ,
but admire the dash: recklessness Tampa.Siif }
(' :3d Monday( after Ills Monday( >-e.
means can, by parsing an examination and >i-riitcitilcnt 'l-dllllJl.1-. 1[lendersonTampa.
handles his cattle stock
cattle king, who in April. CUrk-JohnV,1)kkihs:l, Knterjirise.:
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t i with the name care and judgment that Jay paying a certain sum, reduce their tl'Wlllf Lafayette, (Hh TIII''ltautlt'I'. 1th Monday( ( 1 j FFFKRSOX. Sheriff W. A. Cone, Enterprise, i t t
( active service from five years to one. An in April.Fall Assessor of 7'ur.i-John Anderson, Filter-: I
Gould does his railroad stuck :
: C'liinliiJiidae\ -X. I H. Christie, Monticcllo.Sheriff .
I amendment by 31 r. Rallue, having been referred 7'1'/1/1- prise. !
: CEDAR:: K K\'. Taylor\ 1st Tuesday after J..I Monday. in T. B. Simkins, :Monticcllo.Clerk ( Uulh'l'lul'I'/' 1C1'I./lItl'-Joll11 B. Jordan, De-.
back to committee the debate ad j
', was -\\. e. bird Monticcllo.SHfieri'ntendent Land.Superintendent.
; October
The town of Cedar Key is admirably situated ..
journed. Madison: ) 2d Monday in October. of ...dwol..fn.. Taylor, of SellOol.-\ CransJiaw I
't. on Cedar! Key !island, and is rapidly Improving Monticcllo.C( I ,
in October.Suwannee .
I 31'lle( mart Bernhardt was expected to arrive Hamilton, 1th Monday( Enterprise} I

'1't ; handsome large concrete buildings to-day at Havre, with her troupe in the : 1st Monday after Ith Monday ticcllo.initii* 7i'clII"'I'r.. Girurdeau, Mon W.KCI.L.'OVST) : \'.

f arc taking the place of wooden structures, Ameritjue. A number of friends: have gone in Columbia October. :Monday after 1th Monday in Collector of 1:1""IIII.-JOSl'1'h( Palmer, Mon Countii: J/IIIc-W.! A. Giles( Crawfordville. .
is SIII'1'fJ'H.( .
and much taste and\ neatness displa'l'l.tlntile ticcllo.AiHwor. WulkcrCrllwf'l\'ltnllc.
to the coast to meet her, and a deputation October.Ijifayette. Clerk
t construction: of the private residences. fith Tuesday after -1th ( of Taj-ex-J. I'. OnuitharmtVan: -Nat. Walker, Crawfordville.
tho local life-boatmen, for whose: benefit timegreat Monday Superintendent of Schools"'. T. Duval
keenah. ,
One will have to go a long way to find a October.. Crawfordville.County .
artist! is: to perform on Monday, was:' t(1proceed LAFAYETTE
I town growing more rapidly, substantially, Forimi ciuiriT.ftfirinfl mUNTY. / T'Treaurcr-\V.' Walker Craw-
to the in the ,
I ship open sea, accompanied COIlItIII.TIIlUc-. Dixon, New
with architectural TI'rlll- Troy. fordville.Collector.
or greater superiority. by its president, M. Grossos. Sara St. Job n't). lid Tuesday in March. Sheriff( Thomas J. Walker, New Troy. of Reeeaue--\V. U. Walker.Crawfordville.

There are three large hotels doing u goodbusiness Hl'rulultIll's'lIIa, at Addresso: is now ( 'IarIth Tuesday, in March.Hriidfurd : Clerk-towel Hawkins] New Troy. -

which tells well for the travel ; a finished, and friendly hands: have been bu y ){ M Tuesday in April. Sn/ieriiitendent ofSchoolt-J.C.Ramsev, New ..18Ielllllif Taxes-C.! R. Reynolds, Craw

great number of large mercantile establishment Maker! :_Tuesday: in April.Nassau TrodJlllt fordville. .
with its internal and external decorationthe
I retail and wholesale Tuesday I in April. :! Treasurer. M. N. Peacock, New
doing u largo
garden in particular, Wing! lavishly Duval Tuesday in May.Fall ( Troy. lrofVssionaI \

'i II if: jl' .,! business ; two largo cedar saw-mills, one belonging planted with rare shrubs and (lowers.AX : 1i'1'Ill- Collector/ of Jat'UIleXewtll1:1I'I', NewTroy. -. !--- -'-wad Itii.siiu';" (Curds
1 ; I to the Faber IVncil Company St. John's Hd, Tuesday in Septcmicr.lay -- -- --

.,'j' charge of Mr.( Winter, the otherto the Eagle: JMH.l\ ItKLW. ( 4th Tuesday in September.llra'dford. .I(/I. f' .1'f of Tare*-.\. S. Ackley, New Troy. "'JI. it. c. UKYII: :,

: 1- Pencil) Company, that cut the cedar up intoboards Colonel Hopkins!:!, who has just; returned Tuesday in October. LEON COUNTY. : COMMISSION: MK11U1IANT:
from South Florida, has handed me for inspection Baker: Tuesday\ Jn October. County J"lf'C- C. Byrd Tallahassee.Sheriff rj.KXKU.VL: ,
then Into blocks for the
j, pencil ;i't silver medal exhumed from one Nassau, : :3d Tuesday in October )-A. Mascley'filllalmassee.: : } : CENTUE'Sr.
three large pitch-pino bteam slw.mllthat\ Iuw'al,1st Tuesday in November.FIFTH NEVK It.( R. IKIMTr: ,
t of the Indian mounds nearl/akeOkcchohee. Clerk-C. A. ]Bryan: Tallahassee.SiilxrliitcttJeut : .

cut 100,000 feet a day : the Messrs.;; Fairchllds This relic is the size of a half dollar and riKCl'IT. 11.'Ahalx-IIenryN. Felkel, FKRNANDINA, .

\r ; that cut 40,000, Messrs. Moody &),O&$), and '1'. convexo-concave in shape. (I'jMin' the convex SJ'ri//I TermSumter Tallahassee.: FLA. .
L !
surface appears in bas-relief the rudelycmbaved ( :3d Monday( in March. Treasurer-J. L. Dcmillv, Tallahassee. '
A, Darby & Co. that cut 30,000 feet a day. T.A. lluy, C'orn, tuts.
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V bust of a female. I-ong tresses Marion( Ith ;\Monday; in March.: Collector of Jc'J't'II.e"t'. Pean-e, Tallahassee. --. -- .- -- .
I, 1 'f Darby & Co, are also extensively: engagedin How over her shoulders, and a crown with l Putnam, :3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in -
: supplying large quantities of cross-ties; four l points surmounts her heat), while her March. Aif/*nr of Tajreii(i. A. Croome, Tallaluis- IV. K. IMITK.VHillT) ,

t. they are now tilling a heavy contract for a neck i is encircled! with a carcanet.! Upon Ll'Ith Tuesday after 4th Monday in see. A CENT,
: t I each side of the tigure i is a dower I'pon the March LEVY: I-OI'NTY. .
'.1 KETUL:
railroad in Mexico and have the
:1 ;{ capacityand roncavo surface are stamped t tie letters 11.P. Alacluui, 4th Monday after Ith Monday in Count if Ju'lijf! "'. H. Sebrinjr, troll: on;
I facilities for engaging in the largest timber ." This relic was probably worn around March[ Clirk-J. >l. Itarco Itronson.Sheriff : BU'fCJllmXD STOCK DKALKR: : ,

t I. and railroad cross.tio contracts. They the neck as:' an ornament, as the rim has:' Full( v'rm- =J. S. Parker, llronson.Amewir ANDDealer

r 1, j are men of pluck and industry,and will succeed. been }pierced for the passage!, of a string. Sumter, 1st Monday in October. / nf 7irrex-1uni4.lpp'tll, llronson. in Ire.TENNESSEE .
My I own theory is that thou figure is do- Marion: \ in October.
:M l Monday( Collector of Jl'I'eltt/t'-J. Ira Gore, Cedar BEEF A Sl'j-e:
The most ubiquitous,generous, whole- signed to represent! Queen Isabella, and that Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November. Key.Siiftfriiittndent. I.-\1.TY '

I souled man in any country is", Dr. Hodges.[ the relic was obtained from a Spanish soldier I.evIth Tuesday in November.Alachua of .';dJllulIJ-J. II. Mcrulcn- BROOM STREETVu.trF,

When ono gets to Cedar Key he will meet and buried with its Indian owner. This 1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall Hroll OIl. 19-tf }' .\ .\. FL.t.Lll'I.RI' .
may conflict with the generally conceived November. .
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1- him( there, at his hospitable homo on the MIMSON: OtUNTY. --- --- .u
opinion as to tho great antiquity of these SEVENTH 1IKIT1T.j <:.
t : riy Withlacoocheo! ho is there, or on his beauti burial mounds while the letters it. 1'., abovementioned $ >rin j Term- (bunt /Judge-It. M. Withervpoon, Madi F. AVKIIY,

ful island there he is found ; New York, Savannah would indicate that the relic at Orangl"lth Monday; in January. slut.Sherffd's. '
: M. Hanking, Madison.
least was of comparatively modern origin.
or Havana, wherever you turn, the The savants may reconcile these incongruities. Yolusia, 3d Monday\ in February.Ilrevanl Herb-John 3I r. Heg j.1
best man and most agreeable companion in .- II*. Jf. #, ill Savannah X ,t.*. Dade 3d, 1st Monday in in March. of School*-K.: S. Tvner, !
Monday April.
the world will heave in then farewellto 3ladwuu.tbmdy. AND BOARDIN(5 STABL1XCARltlAOKS :
bight; The relic Is likely either a medal given by Fall Tc'rllt- Treasurer. S.- I .

dull care and the blues. The doctor is the Franciscan missionaries to sumo Indian\ Orange. :2d? Monday in August.Yolusia. Collector of Rel' 'IIIe-M.Smith II. Warring Madison., Mad : AND WAGONS

having constructed: a block of handsome chief at the time of his baptism: or conferredby :Jd! Monday in September.Drevanl. :\u n. To and! from Steamers and! Trains,

ti concrete business houses, on the corner lilt Monday in :September.Dade : ,.iMcMorwTtutt-V. Wadsworth ('OXTIUCT'Ol: :
opl the Spanish governor on some head man ::Monday I ; ( in November. "ison. Mad HAULING, F/rr.:

i l)oaito !Parsons t Halo's large concrete, for of his tribe. Wo have similar! modal, with MVNVTEK: FOB SALE : / .-*?rHORSES

1 rent, showing his faith in the present and the insignia of t the golden fleece and name (fount Olllcor*. Jud'je/, T. Crawford COUNTY.Ciiutity Manatee. : : ItnailES. HAUNKSS.; -

future prospects of Cedar, Key. This", town of Caroline Y., which was found in an .\L\rnr\ rorvrv.tnnty : Clerk. -Robert S. (Gritlith Manatee., CARTS: AND W.\( OXS.

? i is delightfully situates on the Kilt sea water. Indian mound. ( \ Juilie. -Junius C. iardiu-r. liaincsville. ...,'eriffWatNJII., Pine U-vt-l. i'r'Om'e) j.fr-TI'Ims and: tuLIl"-'i: e\SH.1i 1

One would believe that all he had read of Atw/ of Taset-S. J. Tyler, Ilrudt-ntown! Broom Street Wharf t Street, near

Venice reproduced In Cedar Key in 1'rh'"t,. .' c1lOo1.I Clc-rk-J. .\. Carlisle. Gainesville.Sheriff Culle-etor t-f: y.VrcMm Marion G. Carl ton, _. .-.. 4>tf
Mrs.I It. Alexander: will open a )h. FOR ---- -

these eollossal structures, and almost! marble neat private school in the Baptist church: on .'$.*,-,"JI' uf T'tft$-George: \\'. Hawthorne Suitfrlntetidettt' vf School*-Felix J. Seward, : ; S.iLE.111tiI1L111J,1 .

tt halls, with the Doge of Venice in Cedar the Kith of May and solicits it generous Hawthorne.iMUctvr Pine U>vel. 1\ .. live ; HOUSE: CONTAIVINO

Key in the person of Captain K.; J. Lutter- share of public patronage.: Terms liberal ufu, "('(/!"< --(i i. 1'. Thomas Uuineille. !- MtttloX tllfXTv.County largo Yard rooms, with Closets, front Piazza,
Apply at the school between the hour \1 Jii l Orange U-mon and Banana
room ( < loh, and as he (was out on the pretty gondolas of $ a. t1L nllllll p. in. Sutieri.kukQ / '/uJol-W. X. :Sheats: Clerk--Roln-rt lIullK-k, Orala. {'t'ntr-oLlIy located. Good title, etc.

rowed about\ Its streets and miniature FEKNM, May S, 1W1-3m. Clait"\'iIlt' Sheriff \. II. Crutchtield, tK-ala. oflkr further I-nriu-ulars! in.juire at this
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'. AGlllCVLTVIIAL XOTVS. requires attention only a short time duringthe lSCOlTl.1fI.W TO TUt'CK I'AtlM- 1880. 18S1. I
t spring\ and i Hun industry 1 which maybe ins. I II

Of strawberry plants, Mr. II. li. Corney"writes carried, on by the women and children of We allude\ to the dispatch' to (Colonel
us follows\ in the L'lirintlnn I'tiion : thue'ountry't and which, with proper attention Haines from 11 Ir. C 1). wens! in :New York, ,
41 It is surprising to note how much real difference will bring a sure reward. We have: a dated June nth, and published in our col
r exists:; between the general characteristics small branch co\eredwith cocoons sent' us umnseslenlay.. The rejection of ciyhl IMHdicd '
varieties of trawh'rricomc:: by Miss Smith. She will have eggs for sale' packages i by lheconslgtecv on the statement THE ,' ,
'7 like the Wilson's\ ..\lblll1ycan bo profitably this year, and will <'Ill'l'rfuJfllrni) h any 'market glutted: ," is rather a serious
fruited only one, or, at the most t, two years information and assistance she can to anyOne matter for the truck farmers; of the South" ,
xk', after which till berries, are small and 1 thesE who desires to enter into this new industry and is calculated to diseourage an industry
; plant makes but feeble growth with a sail .-Mnrlfiillf 1'nlMhi.; upon which much hope has icccntly been
inn lack of vigor ; others, us Charles Downing built for the future. Of course the packageswere
'. will goon beariirg for four or live years TIll; rAiiMmts AM Tin; HAILno not a total) hiss! but the fait! of a glut: ted'
with no apparent diminution the crop, Aits. market sotilciently indicates the serious loss I I
either in size or quantity. I nm inclined to : to the truck farmers!! who shipped them.
[In 18H.< there 3I,0< (> miles of railwayin
\. think that to this class the SJiarpless be And now what should they do about it ? In MIRRORI
hzng),"$. We have: an old bed of this variety: t the United States. In ISsl there are lit! ,, answer to this question, it may bo remarked FLORIDA
now in its third year, which promises to 000 miles. In 1M55) we produced (corn wheat, that nothing tan ho doiio to recover the losses
yield nr'ahnllllntlnotwith tanllinll thatit rye oats barley and buckwheat, ll'J;i,4t,187! of the past t, but some things; might: be
lias been allowed to propagate itself and bushels. In 18M\ the crop was 2,41'WO,1S1) suggested: as a means of uvoidingsuch disasters
make nil the runners possible i during the bushels! an increase of .:&"! ,.jj'n.IJI!>!) bushels. in the future. What were our truck farmer : -
last two season" Then there are what are These 1 figures are presented by Mr. 1 Kdward !* thinking about when they sent shipload
termed the foreign kind, as Triomphe doSrand Atkinson in paper! contributed: to the jour after shipload of perishable' greet Muck into I i
:. ( and Jucunda, which emit new roots nal of the American Agricultural Association. the same maikct.and that tow aid the close
,'.. every year above the old one, and on suitable His object is to show that while all of the season for ('xtrl'IIC'lIthl'tI1: shipments '\
soil produce fruit more abundantly than producers have profited enormously by the of many of the IIl'tlth's:1I'h:: a i I II
they do during the first and second) In setting extension of our railroad, the farmer*, especially course will subject; ( them to losses in (behest I
out strawberry \plants late in the season the Western farmers, have reaped! the of seasons and matkets. It seem to us that -1LsTE'AivrI, =
we always remove all I the leaves but about greatest I benefits.' They would be helpless such produce should bo distributed among
two, which. are 1 left to act as lungs to the without them for they are at a vast distance t the large: cities of the south which could
plant, and also the blossoms if there are any. from markets, and except for the new railroads easily be done by a little cooperation among
Should the soil be dry the \plants are watered which have been l'Il l'Ilbuilt at the the Truck farmers and} proper understandingwith :
and shaded, by a handful of hay, straw or West wide areas: of the fl'rtill'lIlIls\ now t the shipping lI l'IH'll'S. There would
leaves thrown lightly on them during the under cultivation beyond the Mississippi seem to be a stitllcicnt population in the
day and removed night. Old! strawberry would never have been turned by the plow. North and West t to consume all the early
baskets are excellent for shading newly set ]Hut while the Western farmers have /fruits and vegetables the South" will bo likely
1'1 all ts." gained so miuh )by the increase of railroad, to produce, and if we fail of remuneration m
Mr. \\'. D. 1'hilbrick communicates to theXcw t they have simultaneously i profited by tistea: ; in the trallic, the I fault must ho attributed, to / -
.;' Kugliindl\irmer tht'setu et'ulsttggestinns1t dy decrease in the rates charged for freights.The our want of knowledge of the condition of l
reduction has been considerable, in the the markets of facilities for a distribution I
;( founded on experience, in regard: to cuttingand or proper I IW
bunching ats asparagus : "The best t tool 1 case of our railroads" I'lIl'ralldUl'illH (thc'la of our products.Mimiimih Xtit't,
.'. have ever seen for cutting asparagus! is a t ten years, but nowhere, has it been so Jlay 11. I
common butcher's knife with a blade: about large as min the I'l'at.lilll' which run between
the West and, the }Kast.Take : t.
inches inches the o'lil'"Ihdll
eight long ; two at \pointare Heal Erdttle.'I'111 :" .
for instance, the IiIl'wll ieh does(ho
Tiled .
into teeth like a saw an eighth of ---- ---- --
most business, aunt till' one whose t tralliccon
inch dl'l''l1i will hIJrlilr w I II
: : an \ 'I tool keep\ \ I I I ,,
: )x two hours in sandy loam when it will need silts mainly of products of agriculture ': 'f.O.nU\ .
iV' general merchandise 1 1'I'r little of('oal- o
and I know of )
;, grinding tiling again. no
'.::'I ; .J other. tool that can be kept\ sharp so easily.In the Hudson Lake :--IWI'I'IIII,1:- ISTiithe New York Central and r 'OWN IMI'HOVKMKNT: : (COMPANY. w
River. In charge! per ton
.'.::tv{f the bunching string tvv ice asparagus around the 11111I'l'rsolls bunch; and )pass roll per mile on the Lake Shore tvu', ;$1.,0.(> and H ,III y A 0
.!J' it before tying. This is not necessary! ; a on the Central it was $l.s.S. I In 187!) it had tII uIay, J
''. df single string is enough/ ; it is tied in the been reduced to (HI and} 79 cents a ton ie- I
JJ, i frame by holding short Mick in the teeth pectively. Meantime the number of tons I 1-Vriiamlina..
to the half knot to it from carried bv the Lake hol'l' hall increased from .
;5: .. press upon keen 'I'IIN'IIV. on 1C. 1C. ..h... ,
lii: :: \I;;; slipping while completing the second knot, :,JiNi.i;! in 1H70 to 7.M1.15M!! in I 1870(), ami on
!; ::1.y. ; An active person: can tie :..-u<> to :Xitl) bunches tlieentralfrom: ,U'--MW: : tons in lt\70 to And ('..'dnr Key.Offers .
;' O.lll.'Jl.'t;! : in Ism! That i is, on tlll'II\'l'ra I'of
:. ;l 1 a day in this way, which I believe cannot be.
:""/,1\f.1. done so quickly in another \\'aTh( these! two roads. the tons moved IuereayedIiSpercent -
: .... /r uSllall'r \aht'tir\ tying lI*para II"'is CiiJ: tci : during ten years ; but owing
.r.:.. ; ') 73: cents for KM( ) bunches.} The best material to the reduction in rates, the! earnings from I
:}:' : for t tying up asparagus and other light articles freights increased only about :11)!! per cent .
j is the 1 Ruia matting, for sale nt the. The Western farmers, therefore, WI IIC'11mUl.h to Lessees and Purchasers u largo
junk stores. The heavier rhubarb: requiresa more than the railroads by the smaller number of tho most eligible and desirable
,: strong tarred line." rates for freight on these Ii II''s. And an Lots, suitable for Husincss Purposes, or for
\ equivalent reduction was made on all the City Suburban:; Residences
The same successful gardeneradds this advice lines from Chicago eastward: and on all

about marketing, which though trite,, those which enter Chicago from the West. =='BOOK: ANnJOB : ==
''II-\ ..t"' is always important and applicable to what Hut for it, the splendid crops we have ha,1Ihltill :
'." 'I. '. ever kind of farm product one has! to sell ;: the last ten years, and especially from
\. "The art of bunching vegetables neatly i is 187.: to 1880, would not have been possible. Liberal Discounts on Values allowed to
; quickly acquired by some persons:, and oth They cou 1,1110t have been moved, and t they parties engaged in mauufaeturiugorihduy-:
': ers seem utterly incapable of doing it. It i is t'uullllot have been placed on the seaboard trial enterprises, who will creel mi the property
.;.i very needful to have the bunches present a at prices which would have permitted their purchased\ ; substantial improvements .
I neat and attractive appearance in market, in exportation. for residence, or in which to conduct their
; order to have the articles bring what they This decrease in the rates for freight, I buines.INDUCKMKNTS! i I
are worth. It is >common, saying among moreover, has been brought about by the
apothecaries, that an article well put up operation of the natural laws of trade.' It TO MANlJFAirriJIl-
i is already half sold.! Jt is equally true\ in has not been efl'ected l by legislation nor has KHS, by exemption( for a term of years from
vegetable market ; there is no deceptionin it (been the result of the threats of the grang taxation, ollered by the several'citie.s ami PRINTING HOUSE
putting up goods neatly /attractively.. ers. In the first place the substitution of to'II1'1'1)' at .
Honesty requires that most articles be assorted steel rails for iron rails has made a vastly
into two or three classes as to quality greater business! possible and it can he doneat $ 'lllcecor. Heac-h .C 7t hts.., Fcrnandina.10tf .

'. ; but each: sort needs to be neatly offered a much smaller cost pro 's+rtiunutcly. I
S I for j sale. Attention to this often makes a. More freight can he curried with much less -- ---- .

dillc-rence in :sales of fully twenty-five )percent damage to the road. :Next the consolidation,} .' n.LAXD
with goods,} otherwise equally good of lines which has been going on during the Tin: A t f" <
The thrifty marketer will either attend, to period of the reduction has. lowered tho cost" .
)putting up his goods in person, or will cn- of running the roads. Competition between AND! IMMIGRATION COMPA'YOFFF.US } :. r
trust it to skilful I hands only." rival lines hay also contributed! its part and "

competition with the waterways of the country l Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel; .:
GOOD ADV1CK. working constantly, and cachyearmore .. ,,

The laboring man, with but little money, effectively, has h'll'ecl'Jikewi l'. << should try to settle where he would be likely The proposition with which )Ir. Atkinson N'
to obtain employment when not engaged in starts out-that, instead of being their enemies Of the most, t \
his own land This matter ought the railroads are the greatest und most .
developing has helpful) friends the farmers have-seems to ACCUSSWLK' :! : AND Dr.SIRAHLKlAMM /: ;( :
not to be neglected}, as the poor man
hard enough time to get along anywhere.: be well -tllbli.hed.-.Yf'Il':, YoikSnn l.V TIIIw'1'.1'1'h :
There are several advantages possessed! (by
those who come to Florida over immigrants Tin liKSTanAiws von 1"I.OIUIJ.I.
of the Northwestern states The climate FLORIDA.Having
The grape cultivation in Middle I Florida J .
being mild expensive houses are not required At 111'IIcUll.I......
only $1.225herlucre to with
; but small\ amount ut'fuel is necessary has proved more successful than in J'II..tJ'loritla :
during the short winters, and the expense : although Mr.I Kichelberger: has the privilege of selection\ in parcels of -10 .. .
for heavy clothing is avoided. In addition made} it a Im'Cl'ill! Marion county, and acres or more- These lands are located) onand'adjaccnt "
to these advantages labor can be performed and to the lino of the. ,
in the open air all through;, the)'('ar. Judge Finlcy Thompson in Columbia ..

Those who huyetoaconmparativenewc?tui- county.A .... ',
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try must not expect to enjoy the conveniences gentleman writing to the ManntreCounty ATLANTIC, (!ULF AND! \VKST INDIA) 'f: ; -'. .' : ,
of an old settled place ; they, musttherefore AVw into the
inquiring ( matter has
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k be prepared to put up with the TRANSIT:! (:o.'S: 1 R.: It., ,
received the following reply. : I;' '
trials incidental Jifc. "
to a pioneer :: '"
Under the changes: made in the laws of We referred this letter to Major A. J. Adams : ,. ,: t "
the United States land-ottice. the settler can who has! experimented very extensively extending from FKRNANDINA) the Atlantic .
cither enter land at $1.23 per acre, or homestead I during the past six, years, with the view to CKDAR: KKYon: : the Julf coast .
[ and occupy for five years getting a of finding grape adapted l to t the lIoillllloll'li. thus I addediiV: /1'i.tNi: > \lI'ICKSSKM\ : : to our ofllco, and 'having
I title. Formerly our lands were only opento mate of Manatee. He reports that the Hartford : affording to the jwodiuer cheap, constant
hornestcading ; the change i is a great convenience Prolific, Concord, Herbemont and tend rapid,I transmutation to the best SKILLED: \\'ORKMI'N: who know how' tit use the same, wo are JIllprl'llIro.1 \\'
N. to those who must! be absent a Scuppernong, both bronze and black are allvery i market i

' portion of the year, either for business or prolific, and may be seen at the present The belt of country traversed by the Transit ) to do any und every kind of printing. .'
for obtaining eatployiucutaway from home. time on plantation in full bearing.
The kind of business the settler intends The llr-t ripens from the middle of May to R. R. embrace
following will, in some degree, determine June 1st ; the second some two weeks! later;
what portion of the State ho will make his: the I Herbemont from 1st of July to 1st of I
selection. If he intends to give his: attention August, and I the Senppernong from August J'JltYltmTY: :: OF( SOIL) )
to the cultivation of the orange, lemon and 1st to November 1st, which gives a succession
lime he will find the pine lands well adapted of fruit during thesuinmer: months. All
to the growing of these fruits. Hut if he of the above varieties are desirable as table to lie found in the State, a large: proportion
wishes to engage in raising early vegetablesfor grapes 4. and are also excellent) for wine purposes. Mug IMCulinrlyudaptcd! to the culture ofStMiTKoPiru.

advise, Northern to select or hammock Western, market\\'hidl'oul.1, would "'t.. are not aware that the Cayenne Cherry :: I'm-mand Tardy; Vegetables, I FROM A 500.-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD

probably have to be t purchased from privateparties U cultivated by any other l JX'TSOII in,thissection und The lease, t'ulllJHIItU41e* ( ( Timber ,
as about all the good hammock : but himself make these land)* worthy of t'AlUWUL ..\'- "
land* in this section have been taken up. .L1f/\.f TO.II)' manufacturers of LIMIIKKAXI ist
There is another important |> ,tnt that 1 willdirect jtoas.
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attention to, and that i is selecting a The annual dog slaughter, in thU city began
healthy location. Though: Florida i is. ai a -
at the pound foot of J'a.: Sixteenth::
general rule, healthy, yet there are portionsthat street June 1, and will continue till November Xi\V: HI'ifl.l.I: :...; ,
should! be avoided"' by tho,.e who wish to I
unless the supply. runs: short. An iron
escape chills and fever. :Such; places are upon holding one hundred canines COlli'
the banks of river. large: water lakes orncar cage furtably," i is submerged' : in water longenoujh Pun hu.sing land from this company arc fur. .\ JVOHll)' IIIMl II*" ('lu>ll|. HN" HHJ' ill I'lorlflH.
clear water hiKesand\ the high rolling .
swamps) ; !
to drown' its the earaxs are
occupants ; liNicd with undue free *< on hue 'J'rItJl. >>.
lauds be
have uujf
thus fu proven to ; healthy.If then sent to Ilarrcn I,.land, where the skin jt
it becomes necessary to build the residence i. are preserved (for kid glove ?) and the bodies hit Railroad fur family and pa i ernonal effects(
near uhjetiolluble'potil.: be certain to i rendered into fl'rtiliu'r.pINJilltl'll to the station nearest the land )'lIrl'IIu."It'lI.
leave a considerable belt of timber on the "catchers" wear badge and ride in numbered '(Jill: .
COMPLKTi:, U-ins derived by .
I side next to the stream or swamp.-#. //. ; r.
+ Matoa i/i Florida Ayrtculturut.SILK' each for wagons the animal! ; they ,pay and'ten make to fiftl'l'U't'll"from ten to grant from the 1111,1! !State= *' arull"lrc.Ita."t". t .- .. S S, .
bfteenduhlanaday. The "vulualle"dogshave from tin :State: of FloridaCORKKSIONDKNCK. :' 'i q ,'.r, 1j
CVLTVKK. 13u: kennels for their reception, andean I .. -''. 'L';:t,;.';"'';;.., f (.

l.a"t'ur Mis C. Smith, of 1'.l'IllIl.ullillg.l'urcha..l.V be redeemed within forty-i-in'ht; hours (IIIpU'fUt'nt ) : : wI.ICI'rIh: I IItl'lof'riJ.ti'cf p' :" .' ""iI / ,
u thousand ilk worm eggs. Theynearly of three dollars c:\ehi. Speculator, .. "i'f
all 'produced healthy worm, which prepare for the wasoii in advance, and some u+s awl l tATL\I'.tIU'J llh.., on I
were carefully"I attended l, ami which in due of them Lave f:irty or fifty Mvunil in cellars 1tI'III'ull"l1. ,
time produced cocoon of beautiful ilk.. all rea Iv l f .r ojtt-ratin,; slay" Tli* average (.H.\.:. \\'. LKWIS: "
From this .small! beginning Mis Smith ha dog; mu-t keep a harp eye out f..rv and aft.ulII Luid CniniiiiwiiOtlitf \('r. c-o Ituu't wiiil your order. for I'KIN'HNU, JthNUl\i"mind{| RULINU/ to otlUen out.
greatly enlarged her operation. and 1 this b.- ready, f>r a milt dads any time Hut ftde
year she will have a t'ruhilk' well worthy the l IIOWITare a/aiiM: the rice : It'S1iuits I ever.Iltu-IIandevrhthIl. :SU.; JlI.Ift..af ii, the StaUOrder* for either will receive prompt attention from u... \IJ.Jrt..i

.,f attention. The rapidity with which the member* were thus otlldally put out of _- --- -- .... _
worm increa f* i Jo ...wonderful and the eg' hunger' and harm'a way List year and' -r I I..T..UUIU.IHIIn..
being cheap! one dollar leer thousand! the there! were d<>ul,tl -..* .till enough: left to do tjOH !'UINTJX/1' In turv tyle. und at .

1 poorest may easily begin: .the ilk culture. It'',, all the blwluuN.-.1ro j'wlTI'J. ,,_ : lowest rule ut the MiuumK otlii e. Itll .'ux UIJU.'. -'u, 1


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Iii I t THE FLORIDA MIRROR f rMUfAMHJtAlLltOAlt.' ( ,' ': I 1'iioli ovn TiiAVKLtxa. comiKOCVr.A : : f Dallas, which left this port yesterday, and IX PORT.

'1)/.VT. so far as we could judge the stowage was H S. Revenue Cutter Roiitwell.Rark .
..,, _. _.. ,, ; : 462 tons
== =-==::::::o.= : : := : -- ::::- -:" :- t made with and attention and all Anna Bachelor, :Spitman
1.00 A YRAR; $1.fJO rOll SIX JIO.\'TllS. nJts: \SJIIN\-l'In: HKUH: AXI :MiW' : IK'TKI: : -RtstXtt VAt.fK: OF J.VXM!-VMnrAtltK; : : every care Sdi Quaker City, McNilty r 510( ton*' .

.._--' _- -.-------.--. -- ---. ,T.\"K'OSVII.U:. June 8, 18H1. lit'Pc I X.:!'.", KTi1.: .::1'('. either on deck or directly below the grated :Sch.-:! R. M.( Walls, Walls, 5'JO tons.
Local 7iJ(1/ KUtw of tie Mirror hatchway on main deck. This ]letter has!!
ItcjlccttoitHWc :
j To tIMifor/ : of the/ Mirror:
(Vnt.v, Julie H5, 1*q1. been given us at our request, and we publishit 1Sa If'. \
f I took my lint trip over I ho Fernandinait Already has new life been Infused into 1 ns it Is written, as n clear statement from A Family (Cnrriazo: in perfect running or II
} : ;f arc )pleased\ to notice that the !shell-! Jacksonville Railroad: last week I was Ocala by the railroad. When so cautious: ft the house tier Scats four' Has( 'been but little used.
interested in the
j,; 1 road to the 'bench Is "bring! thoroughly re agreeably surprised to lind, not only I the thing as capital takes the shape of a railroad most largely success Apply to \\'. R. C. DIRVKK.rtano .

paired. connected! with it l'i i i positive indication that I the country: of the vegetable business : -- ----

1y I The DaH't carried n large number completeness everything which is intersect! possesses! extraordinary) New YORK, June 10, 1 881.. Instruction.
r City of the
the road but that the outlook cars I.
resource accessibility! by I:. W. t&uthtt'iclt' Fernandina F/d. ; i Piano
Agent, Miss Raltzcll will give Instruction on :
of pa'l'lcngcr'lI1I1.11l!' full cargo of freight yes ,' rail of the (
was varied( and pleasant The wide valleyof country tributary to the Peninsular Dr.AU SIR: The steamer Cit'lof' Dallas ar- Forto. .Addrc through postoffice.Wanted. .
t terday.Mr. Six-Jlile, Ccilar and smaller rrrek-.1I1111 Road: \\'IIS.tl'l'nt./ and it is gratifying to rived here very early Wednesday, morningand -- --- ..

LL',' Win. Lawtoy and family left on the Nassau river, nirordeddktattviesvsof'shores know that the people of Ocala and \\'Icl itv1'1'fI1'l'rly delivered her 3,000 packages of'l'g'ta. / "t'
>,- f) steamer City of Dallax yesterday for England] and) Hands covered with the native forest. of that their appreciate undivided' the expression improvement of sentiment anti bles four in days very on fair the order} she; having from Fernandinato born about A set of books to journalize and post nt

rut New York. vivid green, here and there varied, by\ open concerning the enterprise: I gives promise New York passage night. Rest.. of Reference.

i Mr.( Stell's beach restaurant! is nearly com vistas! of river and bays. Travelers southward of their; continued and substantial sup* Captain Risk reports!! passing one of the Address, J. C'., this office. 't. ,

pleted. Ice, cream and] lager will soon bo in on the seacoast: line will find this road Pmt TinintiriMs I of a railroad and the Illterl' Norfolk Vegetables steamers, on her, way loaded to New\'('th.avily York. with Xotl'I-- Tax1'tiyern.I : -- J

season! by the sea change from the long uninteresting t" oft hone' who are to be its a
a pleasant supposed patrons Perhaps one-half of the Dallas' vegetableswere am now ready, to receive tax returns for 1 I
,' East! Florida I is still suffering/ for rain. The route from Charleston ; or if coming by me susceptible of being dove-tailed oIIl'lIIl1ll'lIl1y removed duringVednesday] but the the present year. Blank returns will be fur- 1

effect of the partial showers we had ]last steamboat or steamer, it will he relief from that it always! pays to try the! experiment. '' other half! were left on the pier until late nHicd at my office over (5. Stark'sstore, corner .i
; week have passed! off h Since the construction of the IVninsuhir Thursday afternoon. Fearing that these!' of ('('lIlre and Second] streets.W.M. ,
t the monotony of previous days. Railroad: became an assured fact, II. (tARHNP. .
t I were to bo thrown upon our ]hands, and that /
The barque Imnycnc, now sixty-eight days The many vessels at )Fernandina, mostly there has been unprecedented activity in I we were to lose our freight and,I charges on Flms.IIIS.arl'll: ( 10, 1881-tfX

out of this port, has not yet been heard of large size, the mills busy at work, the real estate In this !section An old resident) them, we sent one of nir clerks to see the -
and is ]lost! told 111I1' I that t there have been more transfersof consignees to ascertain the for their -- -
,( : from, probably incoming trains loaded with vegetables in reason .MVXollco .iclxcrtisctuieuts.
J land in Marion( county during the Pastsix not calling for their vegetables. Upon his _.. .
saloon Second street was -- ------
Steil's ---
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on -
Mr. --- -
H ; transit to markets, all Irllticlltllartiv!! bu"i- months limn.there had been during fifteen return the clerk informed us that he bad]
: j entered I by a nrn kl'f'Tuesday] evening ncss. Large and well-stocked !stores seemedto years Previous The prices of certain obtained the following information for us : to C'lly Tnx-rnycrH.

C, t.i; ., and I seventy-.five dollars extracted! from be doing ft brisk! trade. The many new lands] too, have increased wonderfully.Much That during the six days between Saturday AM now ready to receive the taxes on
:: :.tl the till. ( ]land], however, i improved with young Juno 4th, and Thursday, June 9th, there real and personal I property assessed for
: buildings!', !stores, residences, and materials orange groves, can be purchased moderate had arrived in this city the following lots of the year IStfu for the City of Fernandina.All .
J. II. (
that Dr.
1.4} "Wc regret to learn Rev Myers deposited on lots to be at. once built upon, figures: from many who possess! a greater Vegetables and] in the condition as stated : property on which the taxes remainunpaid !

"'; t\ I; lost a considerable amount of furniture; were visible signs of material Improvementand number of acres than they wish to cultivate. Ry the Old ]Dominion Steamship Co.-No. ] on June 1st, 1881, will lx advertisedand

!(t- \j which had been stored in the Priory, by thee confidence in the and future Of course the large and magnificent groves: packages, 40,000; ; condition good ; all from sold. Those who have paid for 1880
''Ji.: present in the neighborhood of Orange: Lake, and] at Norfolk )please present their receipts. 1
( Or lust week.Tho I'I'will
y": a t growth and prosperity! of the city and vicin other points in the county, owned by men Ry Savannah Line-No. packages, 14,800 ; "'. F. SCOTT
'f:'' work on the Reach Hotel is progressIng ity. Topographically the land is w.lIaap.] of capital, are not purchaseable. condition very poor ; from Savannah and 2JIt( Tax Collector Nassau! County. .

\ rapidly, and it will soon present a conspicuous ted both for business purposes and, for residences. The orange crop presents at present a Flor la. --. -- .-. -- -- --' -

:;f(!. ; land mark on the shore to passing All around and only I a short distance ] very satisfactory appearance By Charleston! Line-No. packages, 9,503 ; FOR SAM r
\ The merchants! here inform me that business : condition from Charleston and floe
poor ;
,;t, ., : vessels!' I at sea. *from the river dorks: the elevated in Ocala is more active now than it was ida. COUNTRY PLACE containing upwards "

<11 !': ;' Our market is well supplied( with vegetables ]lands, here and there !separated! by valleys, ever known to be during: any previous sum By Mallory Line-No. packages! :3,000 ; A of 80 acres, 20 of them cleared
that The prosperity results! from the circulation situated! about six miles from! Fernandina,
mer. :
but our truck-raisers forget we are condition very fair ; from Florida. :
beautiful sites for
-, II i afford dwellings, of the ] number of laborers and accessible by cither ]land or water rail-
\ large \ ;
: i not able' to double the prices quoted in money by Making a total of 73,363 packages for the I
.i pay which the water is visible from and far. within mile. Also
near employed in the cultivation of the six days. road runs one one mare,

r' I m.: tho New York markets.! Hut the crowning glory of your Island: Cityis ever-increasing orange groves, I by the railroad The weather thus far this month has been I I two boats costing! i $300 300( young! orange t

/;,) The weather has been quite warm the past I I'J the beach. No description can convey: to hands employed the neighborhood, muggy and sticky, and it has rained on every trees, grapl''iJ\('!!, peach and quince trees
f/". of by, the increased! number visitors, and the while farming implements! and over 100 head of
week, but has not reached a point over 88 been all one of the ten days! and we write
the its I have nt
extension of the railroad and the sales of fancy chickens
by I raining harm), with no prospect of
't. Wednesday
that it
We 92J!
v : degrees was on the most famous seaside resorts, from Cape real estate, to !say' nothing of that resulting stopping. For terms of !sale: apply to

in Jacksonville May to Maine( ; in width, in length, in from the great influx immigrants This large number of vegetable arriving :30: A. 11. NO YES.In : .
It is estimated, those informed thelIh.i.t ----- -- --- -J- --
r\; If tho increase! of newspapers I is any evidence antI for bathing beach : by on here during such weather have met a poor
safety ticccss! ,
'. of prosperity, Florida is advancing !- that greater: number of people have: market, anti we wonder what excuse the J.th, (''$, Court.STATK .
surpasses them all. An easy walk or !short settled in Marion( county since last November consignees! will now offer the shippers for .
rapidly. They have averaged one new paper ride] only from your city enables one to enjoy than had settled,] here during the three tho )poor returns! which they will undoubtedly : OF)\ FLORIDA,
n week for some time past.! previous :
years make them.
I bath but little
i ft or no expense.
number I 1111illl'oTIIU.t! that for SOUK I ; winters: pastthere the To r"OJ'fle W/iitlng; :-You are hereby notified
Wc observe n largo of our more Our clerk learned that vegetables bytho
'fhe Roach: Hotel, which is: to he finishedby has not )been sufficient hotel that a writ of I attachment has been 1! sitedagainst
; settlers capacityin City nf Munm, on one of her recent trips,
their North to visit
recent ,
on way the middle will he from ) you. and your property attached, to
July, success! Ocala 'l'Iiistroublemaymotexist luring were in such bud' condition t that the consignees
: their old homes and relatives and ! ; t I the start ; for built with especial referenceto the next season, as I understand that largo: 1 refused to receive them, so time '
and dis addition will lie made the !hotel! vi vingpartncrIf Dickinson it ( 0., amounting Z
doubtless be well advertised to during
: 1 will : !steamer took them out on her next trip
I the comfort nnd accommodation of
this to :$2.2.:;:!(! :>. Now, unless you shall appear\
k'j) I eUlsCtllll domestic circles. I., will\ go to enjoy the air, the: bathingand summer.Numerous visitors to' the c'l'It.hrnl'tliln'r:: south and Line dumped has them had at sea.to do Surely this.; the before.) J. A. r.llermann.\ a Justiceof, the
Mallory never ;
J ,i I The trial'of the murderers of Patterson is the drives, it will atl'ord: ] the: people of Spring will travel tin; the Peninsular: Hail- '''e have read with interest!! the editorialsin : Peace in and for said,] County, at his office at

now going on before Judge Yllllllat Jasper, the interior an opportunity to take an "'out.lug" road l, and it is more than probable that the the Gainesville Knn and lice, but regret Fcrnandina\ Fla., on the20tii, day August.
A. I l 1881 clock nf.
) ut 10 judgment
attractiveness of (Ocala. will entice 10l'I'hh 1\ ,
many that the them does not
gentleman writing !1
Hamilton Dilatory pleas have been for shorter time
county. longer or us they will be rendered against
here during the winter. .\ great many confine himself to facts as they exist He
made and] occupied much time It will probably may choose" I\Ilflnt comparatively: little expense who visit the spring by time river route donut I: seems to be down on the Mallory Line, certainly W. R. THOMPSON: ,

i bo disposed of next week ; and] as I underhand] that the changes! come to tkala but return the same: day'. ho has been misinformed about it.No :Surviving: partner of Dickinson) t Co..

: I 4 Much interest, is felt in of all kinds are to be made reasonable, andbe The rai''imgol'early: vegetables and fruit :steamer : our neighboring for the X"rll1l'tlllllarkcl" has commenced in Juno 18, J$SI. tdSAVANNAH
ventilated better for
i controlled, by the who erecting !. or adapted carrying .
city in the completion of our Reach Hotel company; this: vicinity For the lack: of proper faeilj-: perishable freight, than the Western!! Texas. - - --- -- -

t I and {improvements The high range of the the.several buildings, the usual excessive (ties of transposition\ tilt industry. has: until! :She i is so well known in your State that it is: FLORIDA it WF.STKRNRAILWAY. : : : i

j thermometer this week has made the Idea of t'llIIrgl'ioofl'ra"jlo: resorts will not be suf rl'I'cIIIIhl'cn' practicable,, but ilo\\' great unnecessary for 1to, write of her. One of ,
)r fered. Resides the ofloratbun many of tho farmers intend, t to >go into the the ]last t steamers: built by the Old( Dominion
tho sea beach a very popular one superior advantages business, and it will into
rapidly develop ,
\ an (: ) I for t the t transportationof
pany On and] after 22 I
Sunday : I$81,1'ass
May -
it is accessible railroad, .
so easily by interest of great importance.The vegetables fruits and] berries from Norfolk
4 Tho Rriiresn of the: llth contains notice Trains will the
I run daily over WayJack'ville-
I i' of the death of young brother. of the editor and water, that wo predict that it will at country in thisection is high and] to Xl'York is the Manhattan, which is cross eager:Short] Line as follows:
once i become known 1\1I.11lotl',11II1I1, resorted! rolling, covered with magnificent orange: nearly a duplicate of her. -
r n very promising young man just! come I, groves anti luxuriant erojis of corn and cotton That this gentleman may see for himself, I Fast Mail.Leave .

of ago, who died nt Lochbic i on Orange to. - -- --- X.,o- Ocala itself is: situated! at an altitude] how well Florida produce is received by you Jacksonville.... 7.35: a. in. 5.25 K.xprcss.p. m.
,,- which renders: time situation particularly: desirable and handled, stowed and eared for. in the
fever't tender our sincere ,
Lakes, sympathy al'1wl"tmf'nt.. Arrive Jacksonville.... 8. 10 1'. m. 8.10 n. III.
!! !since- nothingenn; obstruct i the bree/- and I delivered her in New York,
steamer: by Leave Cnllahan......... 8.42 0.22 .
I 1 to the family and friends of tho clrt ('- Tho vegetable business in this State:, it is cs 1 whichcome alternately 1'1'1I11the iulf we wish you to offer him the courtesies of n. m. 9.15: p m.

ceased.The. evident, is: yet in a crude condition. Manypersons ( and ocean throughout the summer.A the :\IallptLine.. Arrive\Vnycros..11.07.Tesup.............l..::.i a.noon m., 11.05 p.p. in in.

: -1 health of our island i is said to be ex : are engaged in it who have hllll1o J'rl'atlll'nl has !been written. about Florida ,,'t. have;no wish to bribe him, but desire Arrive! Hrull \\' l'k...... GOO p. m. 5.30 n. in.
l'I judiciously and otherwise. A great: deal that. ho: !shall (have the opportunity of placing
Arrive Savannah .
cellent notwithstanding the abundance of' previous experience, and who work haphl7.lrllll1 3.(0)1.) Ill :2.00a.m.
t fl.( has been written ostensibly in the interest of the blame where it belongs, and not be Leave Savannah
We hear of the choice of their products and the State: hu. with sinister I interest and for daily
'I cucumbers and plums. no cases obliged] to judge of us by what informationhe
for Florida............ 1.20: ( p. in. 10.30 p. III.
I of severe sickness, and know of no causes to t the forwarding of them to 1 w ark'ct. The t the diverting the t tide of immigration to ,gets from commission( merchants.Reforo Arrive Macon( daily.... 7.50 l p.m. 7.00 a. m.

: I'I produce sickness, if ordinary taro and prudence present season has been n t trying i / one. Theprospeetatthebeginningwasexccllent other calculating channels; well, that t the the i ingenious disappointment schemers t very !long the watermelon ship Arrive Chorles'n (daily 0.301'. m. 8.50 a, m.
ments-will (commence and we desire to beready Leave Charle-st'n
are observed in diet and! protection : ; thena of the resulting from failure daily
immigrant ; to receive and forward them in a manner
1: for Florida............ 7.40a.m. 3.30: m.
from exposure. heavy gale and hailstorm\ was destructiveto to realize expectations created by, extravagant \which will )lie acceptable to shippers and p.
Arrive Atlanta ..
I 3.50
I", i s Florida's daily. n. m.Arrive 12.50 noon
] advantages
j of the statements relative : s consignees. Make(
some This was followed ] your arrangements ac
young crops.
Augusta daily..lO.OO nm in.8.00p.m.
Tho steamship City of Jtallas sailed forNew would be more detrimental to her interests p. p.
in the
clIl'llinglIIn.l no
] by a heavy frost, requiring replantingin I spare expense Ar Montgomery daily .
i i j York yesterday with the following cargo : than t the nuStmalieiouSdcpretiatinn; ( preparation of bins, and in the employment !
most instances. Although !Mill in advance ] .\ deal has been written about Florida I Washington daily 9.30a.m. !9.10 a. m.
great of good and] sufficient number
men, n
1. 1,187 logs of cedar, 200( I boxes: : of cedar, 137 Washington daily
I I packages of merchandise, t) barrels of vegetables of any other localities, yet t the season t that is true, presenting sutllcient illlll.t'Jlll'lIt !in oftbem, to liaiulletlio melons carefully The H. .t P. R...............10.00) p. m. 10.30 a. m
to all who contemplate locating a
was !>shortened such limited time, that Mallory Line can handle melons better thanany Washington
2,80!) crates of vegetables 807 barrels Southern clime to como within her fil'orrlhorI'J'I. daily
other and the know.
as you public
limited .....
before the crop had fully matured and ( express) !9.30 p. in,
_I of rosin, 300 barrels spirits turpentine, bale Yours truly Ar. New York daily
readied market tli competition from Rofore conclude I wish to communicate ,
of (cotton 07 E.: kegs, 1 carriage C i Whileon C. II. MLI.OHV.I'ort P. R. R.................. 0.45 a. In. 5.20' p. m.
k .'.'o ti. further north was felt.and the Northern and somm'thingofparanummtintlortanee. Ar. r new York daily,

The dead-lock in the New York ]legislature 1 Eastern: markets were glutted, and the later meeting the train with yesterday an intelligent] I had Herman the pleasure chem of .1LtRI.YB. (limited I express)..... 3.50 p. m.

continues. Coukling and Platt control shipments of beans and cucumbers becamea ist, who has: traveled considerably in Florida ',IMF:.

about one-fuurth of the Republican votes ; total loss. Tomatoes will last and who contemplates! locating in this Fernandina. ITo
The Tribune now lectures tho Republicanson : probably State lie informed mo that he had made n of Savannah........................,?.... 7J (hour*
]longer, and be more remunerative.Kach tli"ln'tll.'rtalnlllg to artificial fertilization man wXtER. To New York ..............................47} hours

the necessity of agreement, but the'present year's t roubles, failure allll disappointments which, must eventually revolutionise! Saturday, June 18..... 0:35: A. at. 1:11: i: M. To Macon( ..... ..............................12 hoursTo

appearances indicate an adjournment should be utilized: in laying; to heart the present system, as it is the only' true Sunday,' 19...... 1:35: ') 2:08: It A ugnsta.-.............................14J! hours.

without any election As Congress meets in method, and is opposed, to all received principles Moneh'n....... 2:32: 3:07": To Washington.................,.....,...3S hours.
the fruits of Our business
December and the regular session of theNew experience. vegetable : upon( the subject.\ He stated that he Tuesday, 21..... 3:311": 4:0:1": : To Atlanta.................................19!! hours. "'oJ
should have n wider range, and should had received ]letters! from eminent chemiststo !! Wednesday, 22..... 4:28: 4:59": I To (.Charleston...........................n hours.
York ]legislature is in January the embrace asparagus, cabbage! onions, Irish, whom ho had confided his secret and Thursday, :23!:t...... 5:22: 5:51": THROUGH SLEEPERS.Jacksonville .

Democratic ascendancy In the United States and sweet petatocs.lIjuaohl's 1\Jlllukm in addition that they acknowledged thc great importance Friday, 24...... C:12 6:40" -

i :Senate will remain some time longer. to our present limited ]list of !beams', of the \1i!<('ovC'r).. Rut, like the Koely- '# jK-dJacksonville Savannah to Charleston.
motor it is known to only select few. The AKKIVKli.
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1 cabbage, cucumbers, tomatoes and water $& Jacksonville to Ia'un..fl"'Jack"'IIl'lIlt' .
stated that he had discovered
Proceedings of School Hoard gentleman, also, .
June 11-S. P. Florida Usina, Savannah.: '
melons. Distribution should be studied of tree-nourish ; to (.mtgotl\ )'.
Tho school board met on June 9th) and tho three properties 1-! $. I' City of Rridgeton, Fitzgerald
j well as production Norfolk and other ii eat, which give flavor to the lIrIlIgl'IItl
was called\ to order at 10 a. in. Members that by use of them it would be Passengers taking the :Savannah; sleeper
points have doubtless gone through all of judicious 13-Rark Anna Rachelor, pitman, and arriving at Savannah at :inn) .
present : II. J, Baker, LV.. Hlgginbotham, possible to give to the orange n concentrated New a ms mayremain
before in the car until the usual hour of)
our disagreeable experiences arrivingat excellence.The .
r flavor of unparalleled
John Alston and County Superintendent.The tho and admirable! entertaining chemist made another 14-Fch. S. C. F.vans: Sylvanus, New rising in the 1I10rnin 7 a. m.
minutes of the preceding meeting were present systematic f think He York, Parlor Car on day train through to Charles
If will !>statement which plausible says Florida
yearluoutput. our eople study up -S.1'. Usina, Savannah. ton.
read and
approved. that Florida plant their lemon and ..
The superintendent produced u bundle of the details of the business they will learn to orange trees too close to each other, which ; 15 S. 1' City. Point, Creaser, Charleston. Only one change of cars to New York.

and mistakes and to flavors which deteriorates Passengers going to Montgomery and New
a\'oitIlllaIlY errors mix
anticipate them to -
t 4 "
I canceled school warrants, to the amount urI -s. S.Citvof Dallas Risk! New York.s,1' Orleans take the evening train.
of both 1\1111110 is the
the various of the quality great
causes injury. "
$3,010.21, whIch.were carefully examined, intluencn of the orange upon( the lemon City of Rridgeton, Fitzgerald, Passengers from line of Transit Railroad
I antI the ]lemon not Savannah. take the evening train at Callahan at 6.25-
checked off destroyed. lttsaenger Ht. that ho has known only to lrtP.. Florida Usina, Savannah.
p. in.
The board then to make ("hanKin flavor but to change in shape! to "
proceeded an 17-S. P. City of Rridgeton; J.'ltzgt.'I"Itt.'annl1h. Passengers from line
lall from of
Per steamship City of itemized statement of moneys required for dina to New York, June 17 : Any discoveries! the gentleman may reveal \\ it Mobile P.1i1roaether\ tae trainat

the maintenance of schools of the county Miv calculated to promote the orange: culture DEPARTED. I Live Oak leaving 2.45 p. m. and arriving ,
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lawtey, Lawtey, 1
utilized in Floridajust at Savannah at :2.00 a. in., or train at.Jacksonville
i for tho next ensuing scholastic year, as provided Miss Kate 1I1iNeU. Wni. Leal, J. J. Morgan. would bo greatly June 11-Sob. W. R, Drury, Build ew. leaving at 7.35 a. m. and at

t in section 20, clause 15, page ,10, of Miss )1, I* Etl\\'anlt.: Mrs. P. K.: Smith and about now. visited this section York Savannah at 3 p. m. arriving

school laws of Florida seven children, L. K. Rawlins F. }Foster .\ atU-rnoon heavy rain and lasted! several hours yesterday but 11-Rark Morgan under (Russ.), Gunderson Connecting at Savannah with steamers for
Mrs. Lest Mrs. A. J. Harman Mrs. Jas. Reel
following, bills erisexamninelau'lore alf clear) again ere "night had thrown Montevideo. New YorkPlmilatlelplmia, Boston and -
i. ;J and three children, Miss Kldridge, and three was "--S. Florida, Usina, Savannah. more. Bali
and it with
her mantle tier the scene pinned
dead paid : "
(steerage.! a star." J." 13-.l;ch. M. A. }Folsom Porter, NewYork Connecting at Charleston with steamers !

Rill of G, Stark treasurer, cxpressageon From Jacksonville to New York : for New York Philadelphia and Raltimore. .t
money from Tallahassee............. $1.35:' L. P. Sues, John Gartland. J.v*. Rurdftt Letter -from- Maltoru
Hill of N. llrovvnson! record book for May( M. K. Jt'lltJ1I4I1allli child, John D. W> Savannah I leave J daily ( Sunday) for
use of board.................................... 75 eth, Mrs. IVndleton, anti MX I steerage. As c'er.thing"hkh bears upon) the vegetable 14-S. Florida, Usina, Savannah. I' DrU\\lk. at ".40 p. m.except
presented by superintendent cash -- -- -- -- business i I.* lif 1 great importance, we "-U. S. Survey Steamer Blake Rart- Through Tickets sold to all anti

[paid for stationery and postage Senator Call and have returned to give place to the following private letter of left, Savannah. Sleping-Cr Ik-rths reserved at Ilint
I stamps up to June 8th..................... 0.25 family 15--S. .'. t'ity of Rridgeton, Fitzgerald & Western No.
u. A Co. ti) their Fernandina Railway
Florida. Tho Senator expresses) himself as C. Mallory Savannah, 11 \\ Hay street also ofc.

i Total.$11.35'Elie much preferring a Florida] t to a Northern agent. Mr.( Souihvviok! which explains! very I' 10--S. P. }.'lorlJa.Tsina.. Savannah. Macon Ct A Brunswick; Railroad, at Bay

t board then !adjourned to meet again IiUII1J11 r. II is keen and amusing ducllo-tle- clearly the difficulties and embarrassments "" "-S. S. Hty of Dall33Risk. New York. and Hogan streets and at Ticket, corner Flor i

l in Fcrnandina on the second,Wednesday' in bate with naIII tho Senate has given the which )have given cause tt) ,so much cow 17-. 1 Savannah.:. City of Rridgeton. Fitzgerald,. ida Central Depot,Jcksnvie. Ofr.

i July, H, J, RvKBit, Chairman. Senator a wide reputation au skilful) und plaint. We personally nsjH-ctcd the ...tow.1' 17-S. r. City Point, Cruiser Charleston General .\ ( ,

W, .\, :hn,) ,E\, Secretary, ready dvb tter. serge (\ \'('tl'tabllIt't1J\ the! stcamehip flit, ii. S. HAINES, General Passenger. ManagerI. Agent.. 3)


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