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 25, 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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STATE 'I:WS. and would request that we ('llangeollr mode lUILllO.UI NO 1'ls. jr.i.,'.127/; ro r/A'rr. $2.r.o )per dozen, i but only a few dorcn were 1

y of worship. But we are not careful to mind -.. 1'ISt:1.rvm.: : : M \x.vmr: : : COUNTY, Fn., dNposed of at. that rate, as the supply wns :'
limited.There! .
,' AlacTlua what h(' says; we choose to obey God rather THE: I'K.Mxsrt.vn:\ Ho.\tI.- Thl' fart that a June 17th, 1881.To have! also been n fow reaches in this :

'm, ,1 VFaaer.tnLK'IcstxF.NS.-'fhlq has beena than man. lie says we will be better respected contract to continue the building time railroad tlif Jt.'lflet" fie MirrukThis market from Florida, sent hither" by a Wash' ;
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; by all people. We !say" to the gentleman !south' from Owl a has been made, t is is the shire town of Manatee( county, ington market dealer nt New York The
e n year of great disaster: to tile vegetablegrowers if we were of the world we would care something of a certainty\ of our getting a and i is centrally located In the county in i poach crop south! of the Potomac river we ;
: : of this section, and, indeed, I, to the are told, will bo a large; one; but that north' i
r: vegetable-growers of all sections, of the State. for the respect of the world, but as we are railroad in the IOUI'8t.f a few more years what I is known as a pine land section. Taking : of the river i is uncertain In quantity and
; chosen little for the Those who have Imagined that we were the whole there is but think .
delayed fiod's peopleecare respect opposed county u'1 n avery cr"l1litr.'e I hero is !some' truth
The frosts of the curly spring
killing < of worldly people. The gentleman tthl' corporation controlled by Mr.Yulcc small part of the land that is! ndapted in the early reports of injury to the peach J
''tmq' marketable produce far beyond what has: this
; : ! of the
yx J usually been the beginning shipping mOPS AND KllirMKNTH.Tho .
season, and brought all varieties( upon the noise should bo made: while engaged in religious en. Our complaint was that ho failed to suited to grazing ul\llllOg.rl\l ll1gi; the result poach can be successfully. cultivated( '

Ilm '. Commission services, and fancies it I Jot: all wrong. build the road n? originally contemplated Is I thou county I is sparsely settled. The county nlmost anywhere south of 42, nnd below nn '
market at nearly the same ( -
'4.i very Tie will live to learn that fancies are not always and provided by law, hnd, at the same; tune has all m'l'lof over five thousand squaro nltitudc ofJOOO! () feet, though not n sure crop ;
merchant have written here saying north of 10. The Dc.'lll
i' facts." According) to this SIll ilisant that he had so" manipulated! ; rnadndreadybuilt mile": and out of all this land there is much Wiltpl'lIi II U la. in-
that they never saw, during their experience chiding the eastern! shore of Maryland( ,< in the }business, the different kinds oft member, of Ood's chosen people, the community and the State officials, as virtually that valuable: and adapted to the use of become the most\ productive i pcnch-growinp
all of South Florida at his and t the hll L:1IlIlmIII, able region in the world, the to
going to the markets in such have no rights that tin exuberant' religionist put mercy, : They are to grow ('rill'oI'lIt market
vegetables time before.The Is: bound to respect at any hour of leave( this part of the State little hope! of his corn, oats! both, Irish and sweet! potatoes!, all in n single year having exceeded 5.000,000
and the buckets
largo quantities same from an area of about 0,000
1"4 {; result of thus: has been that the markets, the night. If he were to t try his exuberance ever complying with the charter and law the\ vegetables! except cucumbers, and all the miles.( Sonic planters In Delaware square nave

if not surfeited with vegetables} of any particular ini'hiladelphia, where he came from, tit un- under which the road was projected to (the vice fruits except cantaloupes: ; the vine of poach orchards of (!(00 acres, with 10,000 to

? have been than abundantly I reasonable hours, he would very soon t find waters of Tampa 11.\)'. But a fow more years tho cucumber cantaloupe will not grow. :20, variety, inure
y, the police would treat him like any other remain of the thirty allowed fur tlmeeonuple- The tomato excels ; it will not grow better : 1,000 to 1,800 baskets daily through" the season
supplied, and, consequently:' the prices each basket containing( five-eighths! of n
have been lower. Another one of the disturber! of the peace. Lion of the road to this place': or eNc forfeit in the country. Here the watermelon comes : bushel.\ Kent county, In Delaware, with nn
the franchises granted this corporation and to About :\ area of 000 miles\ '
't prime causes oC flO great disaster has been Leon. ; perfection. Manatee town there square/ shipped last year
) consequently the present efloit. to finish the are some persons engaged: in growing and about 1,000,000 baskets.! Michigan -
the exceedingly imperfect shipping facilities. IvKi-Mos OK 1'F.lmy'tBnw.'IIE.t the reunion also raise:, about 1,000,000) baskets ouch in
road by the Yuleo corporation, Ill shipping( tomatoes, and hundred crates
may :
p'ssa kr!, No especial provision was made for of the survivors of Perry's Brigade, many favorable seasons.
the transportation of the greatly increased i held at Jacksonville on the 15th of July looked on as an act on his part of sheer necessity have )been shipped; by way of the regularline The shipments of peaches to this market ,
rather than net of to this of \ from the region !
an grace steamers plying between Tampa\& 'peninsular como chiefly
crops, and there was beyond! that, criminal I8o0, there was a committee appointed of from New Castle Del
section of the State. However, the peopleof Manateo to Cedar Key, connecting with the county, und portions
negligence upon the part of transportation one for each county in the State to solicit of Kent and Cecil counties! Md., joining,
lines. It Is well known, and should be subscriptions for the erection of a monument South :Florida, appreciating tho great necessity Transit Hailroad. Eventually Florida will over the Delaware Kallroad, n branch of the :

widely known, what an ,>volume of to nil of Florida's Confederate dead. for a railroad, }ro 'Willing to overlook have much of her soil devoted to the growth : Philadelphia, Wilmington Baltimore road, '
the and do whatever is in their of extending from Wilmington to eastern Delaware
the }past : powerto vegetables! for the North.
,S transportation I Is produced by vegetable- The committee appointed was as follows : i and by Pennsylvania Iltllro ad.
' Mr. Yulcc tit'! his efforts
to There
encourage complete fine
are some in
grower, and what a demand there is for Alachua L. C. Tucker ; Bradford, J, 0. Hi- very orange groves Lnst season, when peaches were at their
$ carrying capacity, rapidity niid certainty of chard ; Baker, T. J. l'ons ; Brevard, J. Quiii- the road at the earliest possible day. this county ;Major William Turner and Mr. height i 1,500( car-loads per day were shipped!
and carefulness Of They cannot and do not'fail to see t that he later!4, on the Manatee:\ ami Mr. Whitaker, North. As each car has a capacity for 550
transportation handling.
Stewart Columbia J. I'. lade
cy ;; Baya ,
'In ; i f Is building the road in this. direction! at last:\ ; on a1'l4otlH.I! )', have some of tho oldest in baskets! the number of packages bundled! by
the light of this knowledge special and J. Kwan ; Kscumbia, B. 1'. Simmons, i the local commission houses! of New York
ample facilities of conveyance should ho Franklin, Samuel Floyd : Oiudsdcn.; .r, .r, It. and, us at present, it is the only road In }process the county, while there arc many groves of city alone on small.dealers aggregated about
of construction down the peninsula, it younger growth, all looking well and do 700,000 day.Delaware's ,
provided for the shipper, before the season Love ; Hamilton, Ii. J. Stewart ; Jackson, per .
stands to reason that it i< to our interest to not know that the crop last amounted to
t All) and beneficial cold wave ever passed: your
opens. connections T. E. Clark ; Jefferson, 11. C. Parkhil! Leon
J ; do what is possible for us I accomplish in the over Florida. 4,250,000 baskets! 2.275.000 of which, it Is beyIhet
should be established, and everythingdone .\. Moscloy ; Lafayette, J. B. McCarthy ; I 'eml, went into canning consumption.
that can be done to overcome with Madison, J. L. Inglis ; Monroe, I. N. Harris!; way of encouragement: aid to hasten the All the tropical fruits grow here to perfection TKACII: KINOK.The .

speed the long distance that I lies between Marion, S. McConnell ; Manatee J. W.Harlce consummation the woik. I If by so doing : the alligator pear, u most delicious 1 poach kings Dclnwarcaro thoCuch-, J
Florida and the markets. Tile (the completion of the i road can: he hasteneda fruit, just suited to a delicate palate the runs of ) -ex-Jovernor John P. .e\
transportation ; Nassau! A. MacDonell Orange ; Cochran
; S. C, Cochran, R, A. Cochrnn. Jr.
"' lines may make their money without T. W. Shine ; Sumter, T. C. Lanier ; Santa I year or so, t the people 1 would certainly I mango, or Jamaica apple} } unlike tho tipple It. 15. Cochran and K.: It. Cchrnn-nnt18nm-,

s + nil this: care, but the country" will be impoverished Rosa, F. "". HurrLson ; Taylor, Newton Denmark stand greatly In their uwn light to stand of Georgia and north of that state ; tho uel Townsend, H. F. Shctlcross amid Willctfs f{

of much of Its wealth, and In the ultimate ; Walton, A. L. McCaskill: ; VohHa: aloof because of'paolt disappointment; in not guava, that t every stranger must learn to cat, .t Jones. Tho Cochruns' have fern genera <

,. the transportation' lines! must suffer J. W. Sturke ; Suwanee, S. T. OverMreet ; getting tho road earlier, With many: others ami, after having acquired a. tasteeut! ). them tion most'productive owned eight or}peach ten farms of the of largest Northern' amid

rod the consequences of depression. Next year Washington, "'III. Miller ; St. Johns J. L. some of whom are prominent men In different with the same rolMi.nnd f fondness that they Dcluwiiret 1 lying in and around Middlctown:\ ,

: more care must be taken 'in preparing for Llambias ; Wakulla, '1'. Swearingcn ; Hernando parts of the Slate-MVe" 11:111110 I faith in WOIl peaches The host bananas are those where the c:<-governorantichiefof the clans \
'i the road being exteurled4nlh" : of Oeula; within that r0laJ'gl' t the resides T.IIt'Car! the Cochrunsshippcdover
the'C'gC'lnLlc season. The growers ht to S. S. Stringer ; Hillsborough, II. B. smaller varieties! not 000.000 baskets of '
to market
organize into clubs, and work up these matters -. Thomas ; Liberty, J, "'. Hosford ; Clay, )f.A a reasonable! time, U'ovtr_ ;; but believingnow succeeding: ; so well There I is u wild plum; The poach fruit gives peaches Indications, of ripeness -

tllemeln's.-Sltli! Hint Bet Knight ; Levy, David Lang. 1'UtlllIllO.! that such an impression: was not well growing in the woods! (hut is superb. early in July-about three weeks from
r founded I, wo have. }no,hc! ,JIjriey in .advising I could on tho present time. The business( gives t
IIUt'fII. .... ,E. Hall ; Duval, .J. J. Daniel.; And it was "t(* \**( go numerating varieties of employment ,
t.I s.a.S rcsuh'.l that tho next reunion be at Tulla- the,people! ,of. Smith. Fpnda{ to'face: ,about fruits almost without number ; but to bolterappreciate p'nch.rl'gioll torthonandao Is tho objective C persons iioint! of and rnvrl.ndsof the., i:>

; Smm: '1'tk\-On: Tlwl'lla)' J ulgo'eiwh, has ('c, on the second Thursday of July, anti extend 10 me enterprise me encouragement these fruits, for most of them will tramps amid mc'lumlcs'hl) live with 'i

e1y feigned on order at Atlanta, calling special 1881. That time I is near at hand, and it is which its importance to them demands. not boar transportation, ono should l como III n short rule of the orchard Tho /great ":

term of the United States Court, to convenein earnestly hoped that the' above named gentlemen In saying; this: we! do not mean, and cat of them when they mire fully ripe on majority of tho employed receive from 75 .

this city on the 8th of July, to hear and will zealously I endeavor to canvass! however, to discourage other enterprises!! in the tree or hush Tho bhnnim is only I fully nod cents lodgings.to lpcr, day, (including Ihl' meals

dispose! the railroad cases The orl t\'r was their respective counties and send III to the railroad building to open up South Florida appreciated when taken ripe from time stalk The peaches sent to murkcl ore those sha

made on the application of Mr.I C. D. Wil- meeting! on the 1 till{ of July such reports! as and bring her in communication with tho Those! that go to market!;: .cut in a green state ken from tho trees. The solid! fruit, the

} lard. Judge Settle, who i is now in North) will show that the people of Florida arc not general railroad system of the country.T .-- and I allowed to discolor ore Insipid, tasteless choice of tho orchards: which command the'j

Carolina, is expected here to preside during; forgetful of their promises or unmindful of ini>a Tribune pith, compared with the delicious, delicate, serving highest price and! N, Is picked Bold for from canning time limbs and: of pre the, '{:

r the term. their duty to those who gave their all to licach Hotel und Shell load fully ripe fruit plucked from the tree. So trees by hand.T1IKUINO. "
at 1'ermintllna
' '; ])(I'II.-In' the city of Savannah; (ia., at their State The meeting at Jacksonville! re- .- with tho other fruits, except the orange, U,\ AND MAHKKTIM). ::0

7 the Sixer's! Infirmary of St. Joseph, on Sunday alized that from many whose 1UI1ICIjV're Wo observe by tho Fornandhm papers:, lemon, lime, coooanut: and a few others.McC.vwiiKit., pass Almost through all tile a patent peaches culler.sent ThIs market novel t first machine j

morning, June 19, 1881, at G} o'clock, placed upon the committee without their that a company has: been organized in that :\ : literally picks overtime fruit, assorting

Rev. Peter Dufau, for many years pastor of knowledge, we had no right to require the city for the purpose of building a hotel on I It nt the rate or 100 baskets! an hour. The
the church of the Immaculate Conception of service asked at their hands, but from the tho famed bench of Amelia Island and AUK TIIK:: WILD Omu.tNaniaovis: OK FI.OI- tint of time fruit is known as extra, the see,
V we Isruonxoi-M ?-A. J. Harris ond primp, and the smallest "
this city, aged 6.iyears. Kev. Father Dufau characters of the men, it was thought understand Msq., proprietor "callings.
they that
t' work has nlroady commenced of the "Harris (J mv,, on Orange lake, Tho extras are put up in baskets with covers
beloved by all who klH'him, both Catholic would gladly give to undertaking their on the same, und that it will be in! Marion county, has' expressed himself us us arc the prime, but tho. cuttings are

and Protestant, had been for months a aid und influence, or, if not, they would select ready for guests at nn early date. The follows on this subject : shipped vith but little regard for their preservation

lingering sufferer from complication of diseases suitable substitutes Such members of of a. hotel mi our sea shore 'Is! 11v.iiit' erection or...Tho",,,.,....'". -1:1..1.11,0 wild...."-oranges...,, .".."u.,'.found.,. ..........,, "uu in._:this I.&':..State. arc. them--- as there is always a market 'fur
in our city, but had so far recovered the committee as are survivors of the brigade long felt former IIIUl'rlIVeettliO All
I by the ]eoplo, ami such an I establishment predominating, and from what accounts ugrco that the total supply of
that it was thought ho couklventure upon a will not. fall to realize that a sacred I ) will no doubt receive a liberal I can ascertain from reading, both are prop fruit this year will bo smaller than in recent
trip to his old home, sunny France, and he duty! lies been imposed upon them, by their ( from the interior during the patronage erly long Seville IIrUII C. The wild state of tho in tile Boston( market on tho 2Sth of
the or- July,
essayed his comrades. As it is ,
journey but failed that
strength prop'oscd: the
summer months: provided its rates are amigo is not certainly known, nor is its na and tho lost ono was received September o.(
him, he fell sick in Savannah, and passed of contributors the monument be deposited placed within the reach of those: in moderate (lye country more certain, although there Is tho total receipts being; no lens. than 200.350:
away to his eternal reward.. This in the much reason lobolicvothutull baskets: I to
aged minister corner stone of the monument, circumstances. While, our people want thckindshavo equal about 131,000 bushels'
n ,
and priest had spent a long life of user and also bo placed in the archives! it is desired neat, cleanly and well-kept hotel supplied spread over tho world from tho central and "pouch shipments' nl fulne:** and self-denia) in thin cause of Christ! that those! receiving contributions with substantial, well-prepared l foul/, that that eastern it is parts of AMa. It has boon alleged Texa-j.(' en this season arrived Juno from
the bracing sea air tind a native of North America, near time "Natives" begin to make their
buffeting with tilt
und humanity, having been first ordained should furnisli.tlie name of each contributor ocean waves will abundantly enable Golf of Mexico I but tho probabilities rather peurunco ut the clone,of the Southern sup
priest in the year 117, in France. He came as well as! tho amount of his or her con to digest, they want such accommodations them seem to be that It has been introduced 1 and ply ; and it is! unnecessary to add that

America twenty years ago, making the tribiition. It is hoped that every surviving at ,prices in keeping with their moderate has become naturalized. Therefore, it la lIottlt'finltely poaches produced in !Ma-tnacfiuselUuml! New
known whether the wild York uro among, tho test fruit in tIle world
city of TallahoMto the field of hi* first labors member of the brigade will feel pockets.It oranges ,
: that duty is stated as the of the ( indigenous to tho soil and, climate of this and command higher prices than the Southern
In the New World, under! the direction to his comrades! to his surviving brother to improve the shell ItUql/"l'l aid require company toll State, or whether they were 'introduced here article./ Tho Northern crop of the fruit,

of tho venerable Bishop Vcrot with whom soldiers and to himself, his children and his passage over the same. This!, it necins. to us! several hundred years ugo' by the Europe however has experienced in some sect ions a
he afterwards went to Savannah, where ho friends, bids him attend time reunion at Tal.laha..scc would bo bad |Halley for the city of Fenianilina. an*. serious drawback, the recent long, cold rains!'
People have tuxes There arc many !ideas and theories ad having tended to injure the fruit after it had
acted enough at homo
as vicar-general of that diocese until on the 14th of to vanced "
July JeneraF Fin- pay without being forced to contribute on both side ; but from the fact that 1J 't.-I"'mI1ft'ralll. .
Bishop Verot was transferred to the dioceseof ley has given( 111: reason to hone] that the survivors would seem unnecessarily: toward the as signs of Indian habitation generally! seen "

St. .\u u8tin", when he accompanied that of Ida gallant brigade will meet us! |port of coriiorutions when traveling mip(f.r{ It near mentioned these( w III groves, and we nowhere llml TAXES.BICU "

divine to Florida, where hiss labor of love, and may we not hope that the lltli of pleasure.! If toll I li required over the road, that the Spaniards found! the -
July visitors would necessarily I be forced 1 orunxo growing in Florida when they set F.>ITTF.14.. TBRMOIML moI'tUTt; PEa. ;
faith and tI'UlIathy"ere continued[ until will witness: a general reunlun of all of Flor the name although! they were driving to pay the tied it. (although the Bigurde, or Seville orange ttON.tL rKOl'ERTV VS. HEAL EnTATIC

stricken down! by disease. The church and ids surviving veterans A hearty welcome r'men'slitock, thus! costing them in the was ut that time the most common of WHICH U IT?
our community have lost a faithful member will be extended to all who will cultivate kind aggregate many dollars. Better that road all fruit that growing Spain,) has led me to believe lawn Wo publish on our first page one of the
the Spaniards brought the enacted by tho 1 legislature last winter
remain in its fruit
and an upright citizen in the death of and friendly feelings in present condition than that it ,
place of the bitterness be Improved at the of the over to their settlements on the sea-coast, by which certain 'improvements ,on real ro
Father Dufau ; especially have the poor, the and hatred engendered by a struggle public.-Sun and Jiet.Ltot expense. traveling and the Indians got them and .carried them tate uro declared to bo ptrtonnl property| for

forlorn, and the sorrowful,lost a friend finn, long since ]>ast-to all such, whether in that .. out through, thud interior( and a few veeds, of tho purpose of taxation ; also u recent ruling
tried and -- 8 dropped hero andtherenlhecourse( of cen- Comptroller Barnes! in ez of a
true one whom they will find it struggle duty arrayed them with or against of Letters turies have grown to bo ((in some instances) law enacted by the tiame legislature, by

hard to replace.{/MMI.A u', we nay come to our reunion.J, /; /Vrry Itcmalnlng in the I'ost-Otflceut Fcrnandl- large groves, having till the appearance of which it appear the nanio elaM of improvc- I-
in Fbri'liar. beinK.indigenou But, however it does not menu are real eitatt. Evidently the unite, )
na. NIl *
gentleman 'tI3Q Fla. June
whose county 23
1H.SJ. Percalling
family was disturbed matter to us how they came here know States has no right to make u law which the
by the,._ late. .hours. .and noisy. observances of Putnam.The snits.. fur plebe letters must May ad 1 vvr1141 that' "'8 11ft"-'." '1....'"'' ,,,,,.1 .N.a v AII; we_ i..__ leacl.latur.*. *\f. --p--. -fti- -tu-ii..-.--t.f.. A--*. .V.....",'........*. .h.
-- -- done iN :: 'is
.Y wwwIlurvlt m.iacK onviiiequiieniiu- track of tile Florida Soiithcjn Hail-: I to utilize-( them In nnlt'rtblit they generally) believed that a hometeuder who
ly called 'attention .in I 1' laid titryan,141uraJ. HurrN,'Jo. A. I may be a source of revenue to our people enters land under contract with) the United
public the Union to it way now eighteen miles out, five and Bright Willie Harrison and the State.; The wild orange proven are ttatCH-tltle to which in not given until live
as an Infringement of hU rights as a citizen a half having been laid the i'ast week.: We Bogart. James Jones, M., Luther generally, found along the nun-gin of lakes yearn after date of entry-cannot encumber

A colored call1Ct-Ier from the North re- received an Invitation from Mr. Gruelle, the Baretield. Clara Jolmxoii, Mat und rivers, but sometimes! we Ice scattered the laud with any valid( Hen, and how the
plies &nlllla'l ; We admit that on certain General Superintendent to take ride out Baker, Alvina Ht'ul'IU'. tree growing In the Mach hammocks of the leglslutureof a state can make (improvtmenta
Interior, away from either. lake on real estate (when that real rl&te'li r
occasions[ some of our llrinkley. Jolm W. llIrl''Y.Iaurife' or a gov
) people of exuberant to-day, and enjoyed the trip very much. Burren, J. H. Murrew, Virginia( : They d-) not grow to any extent south of the ernment homestead) ) |crsonal property
spirits do cry out and give praise to Jod at We will give our opinion of the country another Barretts, T. If. Manrlield, ItoU'riM twenty-i'Iuhtii;
,, the top of their voices, t\ut1Ix'"uue they da time.SEXATOlt. llless Thu. ):. rri_, E. 4). latlt 1It1.., it wax ;i murt trick to enact that houses,
1F: so (they must be threatened) by a (Clark, Nathan MH'une.! Katie I fence, etc., were personal l'l'OJlt'rty' in one
'ho protests tax-payer, Camp, Major B. .MtKiiinon, CharlifHininion 'I J'11.1 01183.rw.syrz'nn case und real estate In another, but we are of
against any Christian!! man or JOXKS Of VLOKlltA. ClJin: I *, i:1wanl *, Alfred the opinion that it will be a 'long time be fare

woman giving ent to the spirit of lied that The Graphic of the 13th give an Cotton IJnmous Thonm/ Mr. I.. K.llardee :. CAStl'ii the iKjopIw will U'lieve it. r
i.i within them. lie forgets the Saviour' of engrave HUJlrete, Hattv 'fhoruaeMUae/ I I or TIUIIE. \\ hat constitiio realett'ttf fodcftntxl.( tit
ing Senator
word, If these all hold their the our We da not think the I).ivKL.A. '* Tvfcen, J""IJ We are on the edge of the |Ilf'lIch; trade, Section! 2. C'a|pter 8219. No 11.n"Ie! >Florid,
stones peace t'ugJ".1\'ingdoc'll the Senator Justice. HI f is a Mrs. 'tlal', H.Wlielcr, Frank nays the Vummfrcial KulUtln. The tint jn-ach- amid what constitutes ir* :, very would cry out The gentleman difficult fice to take, eo much depending on Harris, t>;a ie. Wilson Isabella t* of the ik-u-son In the Btwhnt market ar flm'll'u' sec'tion 3 of the. wine art, The itc|
says he does not disturb any one, nor does the (interest or expression of the Helve ton, finll'l' Waiter, .lei1, rived M.'vrnteen day r ago from o eorK fa. was. approve J/jrcA 9. 1MI. Te set ties'
be wkh to be dUturbed while Ite and-bl moment. Harri. KiLu( W. Williams, ( Jtir Theyammie I fn ('otton, In tom daring improvement on certain real estate
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some sympathizing glance. Although dirt capture, and that, in fact, his! 'behavior was I "Out of town at present, attending jai de few moment's hrllntol, and he had determined I
f t that of who had tasted food on nn as bold as it was i i
: : and early acquaintance with want had just a man not liveries. }
I JOY there for twenty-four hours and was driven to So descend the rickety, dry-rotted : ;
below the hill drawn n veil over his features, yet was we origlnut
i on word the next day saw Julian'syoung
to starvation.Then stairs satisfied that is not ,
,'. ,, Oreat fields of grain their fulness!'! fill in them something wonderfully open and burglary )prevent again, our fricjid the
f ; installed
it became Julian's to for be found in London and that he protege as barrister'l
The golden fruit bends down the trees attractive-something brave, yet tender that duty bring to hoping ; I
; Peters
'' The stands high round mowers'!'! knees;iI spoke of an unspoiled nature lying I in the : ward, any evidence that he could in supportof is reaping a rich harvest\ from his present clerk. The mercenary his successfully '
grass;; with accomplished from
human the defellce.II of delivering "J'gir"
of that occupation' jail profess
I The bee )pants through the clover-beds, unexplored depths young the bu inesslcs chambers ho objected
heads soul. Whoshall explnrelbemVlieshah t I I suppose! you have no evidence fur the which we may, without great i ignorance
And cannot taste of half the
; ?" said the forwardover confess ourselves to be unfamiliar. and his successor certainly Iy had one
find and, bring tip to light the hidden precious prisoner judge ,
The farmer stands with greedy e 'C'II !
in his in that ]he ,
size. ore in that boyish! heart'Who is tojic his desk and addressing the barrister. Now that we have discovered where Mr. advantage .Jlst'r's eye
And his harvest's
counts growing
his teacher, the guide of his youth? See him Francis Julian is: not this pleasant day of could make no }private comparisons between

I Among his fields so fair to see, ns he looks with a face of entire confidence, Excuse: me, my lord," replied Julian ; early summer, let us find out where he is. his past nnd nis present circumstances,
He takes no count, no note of me.I of pitying love on the poor prisoner\ : in the "although I regret to say that I have not Fly with me, reader, a few short miles, till which could be anything but favorable to ,
Ho nnd bnsk along the hill; dock:and say what arc his chances of growing bud time to properly }prepare the prisoner's! we reach the beautiful rolling Surrey hills, the latter. Julian was not really ns rash in t
Content and idle, idle still up a useful man when his lot seems case and call any witnesses who might givea nnd we arc quite free from the clamor of this new arrangement ns he might nppenr.
My lazy silence never stirred joined to that of a criminal, and his! !best affections different color to the transaction! yet 1 am London and. the spreading of the hideous He had observed the lad's! character nnd' behavior
A By breathless bee or hungry bird. are thrown war on an outcast? not .entirely! without witnesses" Then he town.. We alight, at last, and wander and had come to the decided opinion\
I All creatures know tho cribs which yield ; Hut the examination of the first witness' is turned to the boy, whom I have before mentioned along I winding lane, green with its untrimmed that he was both clever1nnd honest, t though '
No creature seeks the fallow field. proceeding, while Julian and his friend are and said: "I<:dwurd Graham, step hem of grass and flowers, nnd overshadowed in need of"Inlructlol, 0 Do you know what
briefly noticing the demeanor: : of the prisoner into the box." by the leafy' arms ofineetingtrees. a brief is? he had nskcdof Master Ned,and
i But to no field on nil the hill nn("l the aspect of the court. The witness Edward Graham," shouted the usher, We come in sight of an old church, with on this essential point he had found the
; Come sun nnd rain with more good will ; is the owner of the house broken into, n "step up into the box" massy square tower and ivy covered portal, densest ignorance prevailing, anlllall consequently -
1, All secrets which they h'nrlnd bring worthy tradesman of the better class 4, and he The boy, looking }pale and rather timid, and t the clustering gravestones all gathered given his new clerk lectureon
'To wheat before its ripening, has deposed to having been roused from his did as he was bid, was dulysworn: and then, round its walls. A little further, and we the subject
s To clover turning purple red bed at the untimely hour of four in the as all witnesses do, fixed his eyes on the face catch agliulpseofoldgables( peeping throughtrees Well, the very first morning of the experiment
To gr/lsln or mowers'; tn'ml- morning by a noise in the lower regions. lie of the examining counsel, instead of turning ; we sec n meadow edged with tall elms, in came gay and ubiquitous.
They tell the flrllle to my bare waste, at first had thought it might be the cat. us all witnesses ought to do, toward timejudge in which the rooks keep upa perpetual windy Thornton and lJoposcl a visit to Lord's. to
s But never once bid mo to haste "And when you discovered that it was nut and jury cawing, and we arrive at length in front sec a crike
Now lad Julian what of the mansion itself.and the heutifullawn of quite famous old Ira e
the cat, what then? asked! the examining iii) began relation hor.
t x Winter is near and snow I is sweet counsel, with gentle porsuasi\cncs! arc you to the prisoner! ?" U1'OI which its antique windows look out said, "with m your defence the .
Who knows If they be seed of wheat Well, sir," replied the witness!!, "my wire "I ain't no relation, sir," replied the boy ; There arc two chairs on the ]lawn. Ole is You can afford to idle a few hours away"
Or clover which niy bosom till? said to me'John'said she, 'I don't think "but I calls him, my father tenanted by a fair girl of some eighteen to Have I?" said Julian ; well, it's a case

f Who knows how many summers will it ('jlllilc the cat, because' Haven't you got a father of your own ?" twenty years who i!dangling in her hand of i' rtslaurntll'c nlyct. The attorneys have
i Be needed, spuit, before one thing "Never mind what your wife said. ," interrupted was the next question! rac'luct' ," with which she has evidently not overpowering numbers\ !
Is ready for my harvesting? the barrister; "tell us what you did "Nd, sir, not as I knows of. He," pointing just been playing lawn tennis Her checks since that e\rut."
t And after all, if all were laid )yourself." to the prisoner, he has always been are flushed with: the exercise, and her whole "Oh I they'll come fast enough," replied

Into sure balances and weighed Well, sIr' ," proceeds, the unhappy deponent like mv father to me ; so that's why I calls figure is full of graceful health This is Miss his friend, and went off into an enumeration
Who knows if nil (the gain and get who is in the painful position of a per him it."" Edith Julian, cousin of the rising legal star of all the advantages to be got out of
i On which hot human henrts are set son not permitted! to tell ]his I own storyin What?" put in the judge, havciv't you of the same name, of whom we date heard the course of action proposed Now, Julian ,
I Do more than mark the drouth and\ dearth his own way, 111\' wife! says to me that any other friends in London ? No relations!, something, In the other chair, in an attitude should, of course, have resisted this
I' Through which this little dust of earth she thought that it couldn't be; the cat ; so, brothers or sisters?" of complete and unmitigated contentment temptation Mr. Thornton's clever sophistry
'" Must lie and wait iii (]0i1'1.! great hand, after listening for ten minutes or so, I slipson Xo, sir," said the boy, simply "I've sits the legal star in question who has should have fallen. on heedless cars, as tIll
t''t' A patientbit oT fallow land 1 Iw my clothes: opens the door, and goes to got no friends\ but him ; he found mo when cho1\,1\ this peculiarly easy method of nt. pleaded that if the attorneys did not
L the head. of tho stairs-and 1 tho witness 1 was a little chap. Somebody left me on a tending jail deliveries" come to them they need not stop in for the
Tin UlISTBn's CLKHK.i. I've beard. tell and be took "Weil. he is to hiscousin You can leave word with
goes on to relate, with (the assistance!'!' of his doorstep, so me you see remarking attorneys. your
q z counsel, how he I first summoned to his aid a to his house! and fed me and took care of "it Isn't untrue. I really am attend clerk," he added' that you're engaged in
Time-one of the earlier days of April in man who looked] after the shop and, who me, HO 1 I calls him mv father." ing jail deliveries. Doesn't every barrister the Lords with an important bail case, if
'p r' tho year 187-, Scene-the Central Criminal slept in the house, and how by their united "Now, can you tell mo what your father till his chambers in London every hit u you like ; that'll be finite tre.
;1 Court of the county of Middlesex[ efforts they succeeded in capturing\ the burg ns you call him," proceeded Juli-m, "IHulbl'l'n ns a jail nnd can anyone deny that I So, in the end, off with his
: _" Let us watch two young barristers who arc lar. The evidence, as: far as it goes, is conclusive doing on the dawllCn. he broke into nm delivered from them nt present? Yes, tempter, giving direction to his boy clerk as
j entering in wig and gown, and who take against< the prisoner and there does this house?'' and precious glad I nm at the deliverance!I"'hmatI" to what to do in his absence, nnd telling him
J; :. their seats on the benches reserved for coun not seem much'' hope] of his escaping a severe Gradually, in answer to this and other '\ replies his cousin, "you don't he lunch o out nt half-past one and get
1' set sentence questions! some of the most important facts surely mean to say you prefer lawn tennisto some for himself. "Il be back,"

:e I ,' In bringing it about that these two young "Is the prisoner unrepresented' by counsel with regard to the prisoner's life and antecedents law courts ? And when you are getting said Julian, "about"five o'cock.
\; ', men should be friends. Nature had followed ?" asked the judge on the bench. were elicited. lie had once been), it on so much better (than you were, accordingto That evening Julian returned at the appointed
'1 :i. her usual mode of procedure ; for in nearly )I.v lord, the )prisoner has not the advantage seemed, a London carter in the "service of n your own account? I wonderyou ha'cn'tnloe time, wishing lie had not wasted a
a ', every characteristic they were unlike each of being represented by counsel," replies great brewing house!' ; bit by bit lie had acquired ambition. I'msure you're really long day, wondering what ho] should have done
; d .' other-except( in indolence While, Francis the barrister for the prosecution, humorously drinking habits:' had !been turned out ing to be back among your musty old books. if he had not wasted it, and hoping that his
'i Julian was a !nUwho had n great deal of at which there is a laugh in court, of his employment had gone from bad to Now, confess, Frank." clerk had behaved all right in his absence.
fire and passion hidden away under his apparently and the usher! again feels it necessaryto say worse, had lived a wretched, halfstarvedlife By Jove I" was Julian's reply half rising Ho knocked at his chambers There was
f listless! exterior, his brother barrister "Shi I shl I sh !I" in a cellar for the last "six months with from his chair and looking at his companion i no reply He knocked again, with the same
curried his character visibly written on "The prisoner ought to be defended"says the !boy he called his son. Finally, on the What a fool I have been wasting my II result. "It's luck I've got t key," he said
:: his face. Charles' Thornton, for that was the the Judge ; "who is the :youngest counsel! day on which the burglary was committed, days in town when I might]un-e been down I wonder what that young villain's about ;
t name of Julian's pet friend and fidus present?" lae'had gone out in a state of desperation, determined here nil the time-with you. Confess, indeed fast asleep, I suppose:t
.' Achates'*-was altogether superficial. And At this question there is a consultation to get some employment, or, at all ? I shall have to confess-and then But when he entered hiscerk'sapnrtment.he .
: 9,. ?yet, with it nil, ho was not n had fellow und among the representatives of the bar and events to get. food bv fair means or foul. he very {logically( unreasonably and stupidly found it untenanted. "I\S
could you have scraped off certain outer the result is quickly seen! by our friend Julian "I tried to pull him back, sir," said the broke off and stopped. case with his own room. The bird had "
f coating of intellectual cynicism, you would rising and saying: !boy, "when 1 taw what he wns up to; butit \\c-I," laughed the mischievous Miss flown Julian took a hasty look round to
have left nothing on earth to object to In My lord, 1 believe that 1 have the honor was no good ; he wns mad like ; and when am waiting to hear your confesstun. see if all his books and other possessions
jT, him, and a good deal to like. At the bar hey to.have been called most recently" he got into the house I ran away." Go on" were in their place. Yes, none disturbed ;
was two years l senior to Julian "Then," replies the Judge, "I must ask "That's true !I" broke in the prisoner in n Do you really want to know what itwould and he felt nshumcd of the momentary sus-
It would not, I think, be revealing professional hoarse, smothered 1 voice. "I was mad, and be?" asked Julian picion that had Hashed across his mind,
;". secrets to confess that neither of our prison'Sliy that 1 i is the fact ; but it's .tnow." Of course 1 do., she answered, "if it's "No; whatever I believe about him, 1
G friends was in very large practice. Day after lord," replies Julian, "at so short u The warders sternly ordered him to be silent. I nothing very terrible." don't believe he's capable of that" said Julian
r, day did Julian come down to his musty!' old notice and without any consultation with. But evillentl'thls was no easy matter "Very well, then ; you've brought it on "I only hope ho hasn't gone
Tcmplo chambers, to find a striking absence the I feel-" ., for him ; ho was laboring under strong yourself, mind, whatever I may say. I wasgoing and nlolil in this waste, howling wilderness.
1 '"i : of briefs. Morning after morning did ho livery allowance will be made for you," emotion, pitiable to see, and he kept }pressIng to remark that I was so far from longing ."
l & : knock nt his door, which was opened to him interrupted the Judge. In order to give his hands tightly togetho, whilcrhis lips I to be back among'my mu ty old books,' And this thought made Ilim sufficiently
by a very seedy looking clerk' when something you more tinio to prepare the materials for nUefcnce were muttering.jllurticulato words, and nil as you call them, that I should he quite content i uncomfortable for the next half hour, when,
like the following dialogue used to ; I will adjourn for lunch now, as it the time his ryes were fixed on the face of to burn every volume and never sec one' to his great relief, ho heard the outer door
1 t take place : i is one o'clock, and you can reserve your youthful defender in the witness: box: of th,1 again if:I could be sure of having' open his clerk enter.
"Anybody been here, Peters?" I cr r>:r s-cxaminutl ell of (this witness till after ":\mid what made you go, on living tth your face to look at 1 u 4!t tod." And Julian Ned I'! shouted Julian from his room,
: t "No one, sir." the adjournment." him," resumed Julian, when you knew fell back in his. easy chair, feeling like a come here."
,.1 r;' : f ; Xu solicitor, I suppose?" This was the Julian bows his acknowledgments and the bad ways he was getting Into?" prisoner in the dock who has just pleaded The boy entered at the call. Julian could

i, usual! question, quite stereotyped by this the learned judge rises from his I scat, and Up to this point the !boy answered well guilty.And. hardly believe his eyes ; he had in his hand
; enough but now ho pursed his she, to whom this flattering speech is
time. preceded by the ot1lduus official of the t court, up hind a !
,' "No, sir, none." The usual answer too disappears into his private apartment. Thereis was perfectly silent The question to addressed, does she seem startled at this declaration brjf, sir!1" burst! out the boy, "I don't
\Vhnt wonder, then, that Julian was discouraged i a general putting on of hats and outbreakof (be, repeated twice, and then the lad suddenly ? By her answer you would l think know if I've done right, but-"
+ ? He used to look out of his chamber noise in court. broke out into a cry that seemed to come she regarded it quito as a matter of indiffer But Julian interrupted hint "Now, just
i windows and wonder how tho fellows Well, here's ago !" is, I grieve to have to from the depths of his little) heart. "Why, cnce She merely laughs! and says : tell me first, will you, where you've been to.
J ,; opposite," whom lie could see working away report, our hero's first exclamation on hearing how could I leave him, after all he's done "Oh I knew that before" Then, for !! Why did you go out?"
;c'. at their tables, ever managed to get any bus that on him fortune has bestowed the for mo? He found me when I was starving, ole reason, she abruptly changes the sub "\Why, sir," replied the boy, "you told
t..:'is iness. Through a little opening) in the Temple privilege!: of being a defence to' the defence and he cared for me and fed !me, and-and- ject. me to get some lunch.'
4 buildings he could just see tho sparkleof }less, and that to him attaches the ;proud oh, sir," addressing' the judge, if he js sent. But tell me all about these new hrlcf' Lunch at this time !I" said \",
r tho river and the lazy barges creeping seaward i duty pleading for another's liberty Then, to prison, let mo go tool And, regardless that you have been getting ]lately, 111 it's past five o'clock. Why di Julanh you "it
I f rr on the ebbing tide Often hail he turning to his alter ego! seated be, ..idc him- of judge:: ,jury, hue and "spectators, bu burst trial you told me about, and the little boy, "

'l'i watched them, envying tho free out-of-door "What shall I hay, Charlie old fellow? into passionate tears. everything.. I am very hmterestedinit"Julian : foonerVhr., bir"-and here, in a quite unaccountable
-: t life of sailors and longing to hurl his pent What would you say if you were in my The prisoner made a quick, convulsive goes through the incidents of the way, Ned stopped ,short, und
up, wasting' } energies into some current of place, ?" movement, as if to go to the boy. The ward scene in the Old Bailey court, which we looked remarkably as if he would cry.
1 1 ..4 laborious action. At present, therefore, hog Then be glanced at the 1111llIl'I;& 81lhjet\ill\ the i ers "stopped' hint Ho gave one fierce, baffled know already, glancing lightly at his own I'm too severe on him," thought Julian ;
', \ ; is not much interested: in the details of the dock) amid involuntarily his: heart softened glance round, and then bowed his bend performances and making much of the little "but I Just get him to do what he'l
i}l Y, law ; finds equity dry, common law drier toward the wretched being who was soon to down and became quite still Only by tho pathetic incident between the prisoner and he said kindly : Now tell tltl"Then
"a' and indeed, it'"plentiful! lack of mol: ,1. I in tho whole range of I legal studies. Sprung at lib movements. hands could you tell that he was at all When the sentence of a year's Imprison.' know ; not angry with at all."
i from n family which had its ancestral homo At that moment the prisoner was beckoning moved by this un looked.f r incident Hut incut was pronounced, the boy who had The Im brightened up "Ol said still hesitating
s in one of our beautiful\ !southern counties, to the buy we have before referred to, the incident produced its effect on the court. tried to save his father from punishment, us not know what would be
Julian had yet hardly ever visited the family who lIll'anCl'ttownr.l\ him, and, bv leave of "Thnt. will\ do, my little lad," said Julian" quite broke down He sobbed so bitterly tho effect of his explanation on his master :
mansion. Our hero's father had been disinherited the warders into the hands If the kindly. You can: go antI sit down now.
put ( prisoner that Julian had to take him out of court "You see, sir, I thought I'd better go with
because ho chose to follow his own a large lump of bread and cheese He Then without giving himself:, much timeto himself But when lie had got him out of out as long I.could; it's what I've done of
bent and select a profession! for himself. lIe would then lava gone back to sit on hisbench pause:! and think lie turned to the jury court what on earth was he to do with him ? tenand often and often before; and so-"
';, had become a uh etor, His father-our hero's but this: little incident !had not passed mill briefly addressed them He dwelt on So there the inexperienced young counsel 1 "And so, because you've starved before,
f :, grandfather first expressed his: \unbounded unnoticed by the young advocate. the sad tale that 'had been unfolded to them \ .left "alone in Loncon" with a homeless YOU thought ought to starve now. No;
: ed horror nt such an intention having an lie called to the boy COllie here, my that day: yet of the proof that tale afforded and friendless < a boy. At last I don't intend you you to starve with one And
I" Old World sort of notion that to do any sort lad, I want to speak to you," And the boy, that the prisoner 'had a nature capable of he remembered he had promised )him a dinner now, tell me," continued Julian, looking at
t of work for livelihood was lowering.l He looking rather frightened, advanced slowly better things; and he especially insisted that so ho straightway kept his word by taking tho paper the boy held in hand, "what
f. told him plainly. that ho might become a to the awful gentleman in the wig, who had the act, of which be had, no doubt been guilty the lad into the nearesteating-houseund made you take one of m hs out with
doctor if he liked, but he would thereby forfeit summoned him for some unknown and perhaps hail been occasioned was perfectly insisting::! on his forgetting his sorrows sufficiently you?" brief r
k I all hope of receiving u single j penny ora tll'l'IIlfululljlt, evident-by the recklessness:, of hunger and to du justice to the-unaccustomed! .'hli sir?" said the boy holding the '
his inheritance. Hut Julian said miltlhHo privationV'hien deeply stirred Julian for. up
single acre from paternal very you'vegiven
brief "Oh I had
ask if I
was going'to
I J The son, however refused to abandon his up;your lunch to your faun,d't" got himself which is the key to oratory; fare.After. that being still quite Ignorant whatto done right It isn l t an old one you sir it's
and tho result that when "It'sdinner said the! his and his speech 19 the jury, though not much ;
}project) was youth, eyeing do with the boy Julian took him home quite and I didn't take it from
his rather died, his younger brother George interlocutor. It'll bo his only meal to-day, more than quarter of an hour in length, to his own lodgings in Piccadilly and told here. Jcw.I've just brought it here." away,
the fine old home and I was listened to in silence" and prod need an
took grounds.: guess. the people of the house to give him a bed. Let's have a look at it ." said and

Dr. Julian hud rapidly risen in his \rOfl'll- )mnd what will you do yourself? Have impression on all wl\o heard it. somewhere and he would settle about him he took it from the ,Yes Julan.
\ \ bojv was
t ;m sion and amassed large fortune so you had your dinner before?" continued) Ju The prosecuting counsel replied' Then text day, brief goodthick
resent both lian. 'came the summing and the last stage of sure enough a brand-new :ll\ll
'F a, not particularly being deprived up As often happens, he was saved from the one,too : with the words ")Ir.Julian "
: of the family seat: and of all share in the pecuniary No,'* said the boy. answered us if nIl,1\" ll'aC'lal'lt-the jury retired to eon'idertheir' trouble of deciding what was to be done by on it, and the{ other equally important
inheritance.I dinner were u sore subject! with him-perhaps verdict. something turning which he II allexpectl.
up never words which denote
the which
; ought; to add that George Julian refused owing to the fact that be had not indone In half un hour they returned, and the You remember I dare remuneration. '
Mr. Julian i is to
his brother's share of the for some days Then after minute's ,foreman announced : We find the prisoner 8amy receive,
I f, to touch moneywhich a of an clerk of his
) and '' ho added "That guilty of breaking into the house with intent antiquated byname "Why, I was walking back here sir, and
was left; as Dr. Julian 'was: too (pause was my dinner, that Peters. The next day after Ju
\ a gentleman if 1wasn't
l! 'proud t to accept it, it lay accumulating in wa,;." to steal fowl Only111101; we strongly .recommend had taken the very boy he went down the stopped me and asked me
lan he'd box
;" the Funds for (the good of George's nephew. Well," said Julian, secretly plea-ed with I him to the mercy of the court" .o to his chambers, aid was sitting in u at the Old boy last seen in the witness
I At tills time of our story; Dr.Julian baa been the (xly's frankness: of speech," you tell me Julian's eloquence and the bo Y's evidence his customary! armchair "revolving what Bailey Thursday I knew
''' dead about five years ;' and 1 Francis had what I want to know about your friend had produced their effect The poor prisoner memories" and wondering if that chance-many he meant, sir, and s3i.l1 vas Then
he 'And do
'. about as often vlsltl"lat hula uncle's house, tlll'raud then when we go awaI'll giveyou was allotted n year's Imprl'lllnmcntwashllrrl..1 got brief of hU for the says, you know the name of the
unhappy burglar barrister who
much dinner cat" out of the dock before be was able was pel\king-th one that
L// never very'willingly, though his uncle was as us you can would lie the last he '
!\ t I, kindness Itself; but Francis was not thesort Ho made the boy Mt! down on the bench to realize his sentence; the crowd began to there was u Might bhouheverhan',d the defended) the prisoner? and I said, Why.
a Its Ir" Julian
.. a 4 of person to reject offers of good l will from beside him and how ho occupied the half move out, another case was called on, and face of the clerk tnI looking more with 'Oh you mean, and 1 1 living
any human CTl'ut.IIJl't'rhas. the fact that hour till the entrance of the jut ge- after the court resumed ordinary work as if notragedy c.'ada\'erO\1 and apared.attractive thanll.ual him. you're living him
kin } his uncle's only child was a fair girl just ri- lunch the subsequent events in court will equal in its awful import' to the I : are With the gentleman. *"'el. come ,
1 pening Into womanhood had been an additional suttlciently disclose. self-wrought doom of (Kdinusor the predestine to speak a few words to his 11. thas he takes some
Jnducement'for him to forget the past. The door of the private apartment opens fate Antigone" had a few moments master. These few contained rlS some stairs, und gives me this,
And now it I 1:4: time to come back into wide. Out steps the official I briskly and before been acted within those gloomy;:: that lie wortI leave his an intimation :wanted u1l says, 'You give Mr. Julian that I
: master'i to send it to him but
stands on one bide; u hush takes place in walls J
.court, service, owing to the lack of work con i his and
Tho case to bo tried was u case of burgla court and the judge: come forth once more II.. sequent lack of fees. He drew a brief but should name have, N if I'haln't seen (
ry. The prisoner was a rather fine looking to his work aim to his: labor. The bar rise; Two months have passed away since the suggestive comparison between the cham that given it to somebody else/ ,
I man prematurely aged, and\ with an expression tho judge bows to the bur, the bar hnvs to day when we 1 saw our hew going through bets of Mr. Francis Julian and the chambers!'! "and is why I brought it, sir, the lad woundup
orsubdued excitement on his .features. the judge. The judge: takes his scat, the bar the unwonted exertion of pleading on behalf of-Mr lugging, (J, C., whose clerk be had "Tight '.U hop I I've done' right.
Now und again he would pass his hand take theirs. The witness who is to be cross of a fellow countryman in a court of been before, us been from the Point of view ought to sill Julan. Tben', feeling )he
wearily across! his brow. At u little distance examined, and who ha been preparing fl'r justice. Things have altered, since then of the person who half a crown suppress hil !! of internal l
from the dock u lad, about fourteen yearsold. the cruel ordeal during tho interval by administering and people have altered' with them. Climb I on every guinea paid pOlkete master, and I eehtacy done In presence of his clerk ; .Oh'haw'e.-
.. pparently, was standing.: Between him ::! to himself 1f'w hasty ibnsof, with me time narrow old stairs lending up to need hardly say that he obtained from hU you done ve much quite"right ; you couldn't
and the prisoner It was plain, some relationship French brandy und Dutch courage, steps up the cham!*.* when we fir t made (the acquaintance f t present master leave to take himself off that The young face looked'
existed, f'>r the latter would} every into the box Up) risen Mr. Julian, the jury of our v.II1t;: ",,Irri! now ji t thtvi dl.\Y-t Id* gaxt-: with u look) oft prick up their 'I'II1'Iltho drama. : 11(' lns, at his d I II >r; there U: n" r,>ponse from I I must lj (confessed' that Julian did not of was the 1 big fi-c 01 and the name of
,'.:..ruilli' unxU't* tutu' the 'face of the l "y. Thoemexnmiiiation l of this witne** was! within, As our ey1 grow accustomed to I blJ dtrtl. and felt somewhat bit city.one very best firms of solicitors in the
:\ pale. and uervou* looking tU'lIt was, too. very much. like all cross-examination. thesemt-darkn.switdirect!" our gaze againto ter mineral and the
a'i'l!' it" owner wa*clot bed In garments which When Julian I'mk up the d defence<< .1\\,.. the "netted 1\1,1" of the barristers chumlw t c'*iul Mr. JII Wlrh? in nicumar. "It's steI J.' I almost wonder he trusted the lad with
wcrut1eel.lslb thrva-lhunv ted his fiicrglc to proving I that the prisoner r* snit xee close under the knocker clear case c.f the rat I: the shhi "a it.: soliloquized t Julian, but there is some-
The la'l! wa looking round on the mivrVital had ut the tummy'of tlio: h.lr.at'.k"l1! tin t vimil: vard, with a very small name be said to himself! Hut alI luckily he thine about (bun which disarms suspicion,
..pa.t.\t') apl rently trying I5u fum**; {,rt'i'e-a on }it t. '* Mr. PrancifciulluK" In the I from further mtbnclio'iy prevented and in that new suit of clothe he would be

In (Iltt'iat' strange+iwil' o f li'-mmi Mnn'* thtt he hud made little, if any, refrUUiux to i corner arc thL'words, written in pencil : a sudden thought which occurred 1 musing to him,bv.\ < lace unr'ognlzLle I never saw if one Je more badt'tso innately striking noble." '

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dismissed Ins clerk and !act Ituilroiidft.rniME !' AVANXAH, FLORIDA & WrSTERUAILWAY. :: > every Thursday for Vpalnchloola, }'111.,-l ;t'4 31 O U
Julian new _..- -_.- ---.--- every Saturday; for Columbus l (Ua., and :
brief a.
his -- -
himself to nn hour's work on new t
which he found to bo another case of dc- faula, Ala. 1.
fending unhappy prisoner. Havingtuas On and after Sunday\ May :2.!: kill, Passenger (Connect with steamer an
) 1 : : for Apalachicola, l Flu., nm'
tered all the facts in ft he left the argument OF TIM: Trains will run daily over the Waycross every for Columbus and EufaulaA : .
till (he \next day and sauntered back to his: Short Line as follows : every Tuesday ,
in Piccadilly the cricket match entirely ATLANTIC, OULF WEST:: INDIA THAN hi.
rooms 1'\I' I11 I Jxprvstle Connects at Lake City with trains on UK
forgotten, indulging in the most: fool SIT RAILROAD: ,
Railroad Jack onvllh
Florida Central I }
SMi day dreams of fame and future success Leave .Jacksonville.... 7.35 a. m. VJ5:? p. m.
that entered into the head of a young Arrive .Tcwk! barrister ever of little experience and largo imagi PENINSULAR: RA1 LROAD: Leave Callahan.. 8.12: a. mu. (!.22: p. m Key WILLIAM O. AMES, ._... .i,._...-.._ .MM._..... _...........,

i nat ion. ( Irad lu hrrutcli,) Arrive Wnyerm.II..1 a. m. !)I..15 I: pP. mArrive Jeneral. Passenger: Agent."I .
tit. .Tl'Sllp..I 12..V: > matt l 11.05 p. in. -- --- --- Will leave Cedar Key

This was what Julian: told his cousin, AND Arrive Uruimvick. 0.00 p. m. ,5.30: ) a. m :LORIDA CENTRAL: RAILROAD.

though not exactly these words, While FERNANDINA: ) & JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. : Arrive Savannah....... 3.00 p. nn. :2..OOt.< m. FOR NEW ORLEANS: : EVERY: OTHERFRIDAY.
the shadows were getting longer and longeion Leave Savannah: daily IIOI II'l.lT. .

the grass, and the lawn-tennis game was for Florida\ ............ 1.20p.m.: 1 10.30 it. 111. Leave Jacksonville J 8:15: A. M.
quite neglected. Very interested did Edith Arrive ll\l'tlllclaily., ... 7.5o p. m. 7.ix) a. mArrive Ll'U'Crhitt' Hou;\c... :!iJ.\: MA. -
appear in the recital, too, and this naturally Chl1\'ll's'lIcIOllh'\ 11.:01':: j I m. $.:iO a. nt. Leave Haldwin ... U:30::\ M.
added to Julian's pleasure: in telling her Li Kffect Miy Gth, 1SS1.C.OIMJ Leave ('h:1rh'!< daily Leave Darhyville... 0:55): A, M. FOR KEY WJo.ITXU;: HAVANA:

about it."Well. for Florida............ 7.40a.m. ::1.:101'.111.: Leave Sanderson: ...10:40Leave : A. M,. EVERY: OTHER: :SATURDAY.:.
," he said "to cut a long story: Arrive Atlanta daily.: .. :3.50; a. m. 12.50: noon Olustce! ............... ..............11:24:: A. M,.
short the next day after this came the solicitor SOl'TH. Arrive Augusta d.iily..lO.OO p. III. 4..15 p. in,. Leave :Mt. Carrie.........................11:45: A. :\1., -
himself who had sent the brief--a big, Ar. Montgomery daily .oO j". m,. Leave Lake City .12:15Leave : I'. M,.
broad-shouldered, genial Englishman; : ; you Leave Fernnndinn....................... 0.00 a.m /Washington daily\ 0.30:: n. m. 11.1011. III., lave Oak.,... :2:30:: I'. M. PARSONS: & HALE:
should have seen him, Edith. It seems he Leave Hart's Road: .............. ........ !).J7 a.m Lv. Washington: daily Leave :MadNon.4:1: I'. M.r. ,
had hetrllmy philippic in the court, had taken Leave Callahan......... ......... ......... 10.;):! a.m H. &: P. 11.10.00 p. m. 10.30:! 1III.. Leave }Drifton.0.10 M.r. D-13t Cedar. Key. Fla
unreasonable fancy to style of Leave Dutton............ ......... .........1 I.::!:: a.tn., Washington daily Leave Tallahassee! 8:50: M.r. -

talking a very, aid came to express; '" opinions.injc I Leave Hrandy Hranch .................U.3S n.ll1.Ll'n'c ,. (limited express; ). !.30 p. in, Leave Quincy.. .............10:28 M, St1n'II t4C11EUtiL1:1:
must confess I was glad and grateful for the Haldwin: ......... ......... .........12.03: p.m Ar.ew York daily, Ariivu Chattahoochce River: .11:50: r. M. --
encouragement So we sat and talked( over Leave Maxvillc...... ......... ............12.33:! : 1'.In. P. H. ]H t. G.it. \1'i.. ") p. m. THE PTliMriM:
... ................. 1.13: (101 NO KVST.
the whole l'IIoand arranged how t the de Leave Lawtcv ...... ... p.m. Ar, New York
; .......... ) daily, '' Leave Chattahoochce River.... ...., .1:30: .\. ;M. ,fI
he conducted and ended bysaying Leave Temple's: ......... ... .... 1.: p.m. limited :3.50 : .- .. .
fence III.
was:: 'The to truth is that trial the oth Leave Starkc!: .............................. 1.38: p.m. ( express) p. Arrive Quincy............................ 5:52: : A. JIrrire [. NT. J011XN CITY: 1MHXTJ"VVTILL
er'day :quite knocked me over. The boy's Leave Thurston ...... ,................... TIME. .\ Tallahassee; ; ... 7:30:: .\, M.Arrive j } j .

evidence was splendidly given, and if the Leave Waldo. ......... ......... ............ :2.34: p.m. To Savannah...:. "J hours Hd nOI1... 0:35! :: A. M. IfIL .tit "' '- __.
had been men; thl'y011111 have acquitted Leave Gainesville: ......... ............... 3.30: p.m. To New York. .. ( hours Arrjve Madison: ...11.30:\ .\. u.
jury the prisoner there an 1 then.' So you Leave Arrcdondo ...... ......... ......... :3.52: p.m. To .12:"t hours Arrive Live Oak................. 1:10 p. u.

see 1:11I1., it was my clerk who really got methis Leave Ration........ ......... ............ 4.07p.m. To .\u-tu ta..l.H hours. Arrive dike I City. ;: ) r. M.
new client much more than my speech: Leave Archer.............................. 4...t 1 p.ur. To Washington! .'.:............38: hours Arrive :Mt. Carrie. .1:31:: I'. )at.
on that occasion.; The result is that these Leave Hronson: ............ ............... 5.1111'.111. To Atlanta.Ul! hours. Arrive Olustce. 4:54: I'. M.
I people have: been sending me constant workto Leave OtterCrcek....................... 5.40 p.m. To Charleston ......11 hour Arrive Sanderson........... ............ f :.IO 1'. M. =--
do and paving,me handsomely for it, and, Leave Rosewood..... ................... 11.1111',111. Arrive Darby) villc... 0:20:: 1'. M. :f P
in that way t have been introduced,l to otherattorneys Arrive Cedar Key.............. ......... n.5. p.llI. THROUGH :SLEEPERS.:: ; ( Arrive Haldwin}' ........................... H::15 I: p. M. leave .' \ Jacksonville

and had briefs from them, as well. ItOINU XOKTH.Leave : i-Jacksonville to Savannah.JJacksonville Arrive White! House! ................... 7:25:: 1'. lI[. TT' and Palatka, and intermcdiato\ landings
do think I in a fair to to Charleston. Arrive Jacksonville. 8:00: 1', M.CoxxKcrtoxH. .
I now
really am way ;/ : on the St. John's River, and! Savannah
success.\ Cedar Key......................... 5.30: a.m. Jacksonville to Macon.: : .-At Baldwin with A., O. & and Charleston nit folows :
"And this is the manner )you try to de Leave Rosewood! ....... ............ ...... G.10 a.m. )Jacksonville to Montgom'y.! W. I. T. R. R., for Cedar Key, C.aincsville I
serveyotr success;, said Edith, mischievously Leave Otter Creek........................ 7.00 a.m. and lo'l'rnlI1clinnt and all points North and From Fernandina

....... ......... ...........7.42 I
; ; coming down here and wasting Leave Hronson a.m. Passengers! taking the Savannah: sleeperand West ; at lake City Tallahassee! : Albany FOR JACKSONVILLE: ]'.U. TJ\A:
your time. I'm ashamed of you, Francis 1" Lease Archer............................. $.l6 n.llI. arriving at :Savannah at :2.00( ) n. in., may Savannah, and all points North and West ; ASH ,
Oh, this is vacation, or close |p the vacation Leave Uatton ..................... ......... 14.381\.111. remain in tht car until the usual; hour of; at Jacksonville with :St.;; Johns River :Steamers. ;; ;0-.EVERY WEDNESDAY.-:;;
," replied Julian. ".AIH\'OU know what Leave Arrcdondo ........................ 8.58: a.m. rising in the morning, 7 n. m. j. s. MCELROY,
the poet says, 'Something accomplished Leave (Jaincsvillc....................... 0.35a.m. Parlor Car on day train I through I to Charles W. M. n.\\'IIIHOS. Muster Transp'n.; From Fernandina

something done, has earned a-little lawn Leave Waldo ......:................... ..10.30a.m. Superintendent.ItooliM FOR SAVANNAH CHARLESTONjZiTEVERY :
tennis with a charming cousin" Leave Thurston..........................10.51 a.m. ton.Only one change\ of cars to New York. --- -_.. .. --, .. -- -- _. .. }
I don't remember any poetry at all like Leave Starke...............................11.11 a.m. Passengers going to :Montgomery and New mud FnW.\) ,- 1\
that" replied his cousin. ".\nll what have Leave Temple's.........................10.20 a.m. Orleans take the evening train. Stationery.Wholesale .
you done with this \paragon of ahoy. ? I Leave Lawtcv( .............. ......... .....11.37: a.m. Passengers from line of Transit Railroad ---- --- -- ------- ---- Close connection made with steamers for

should like to see him. Leave )Maxvillc} ..........................12.2: :!!) p.m. take the evening train at Callahan( ; at 0.25 II 0 It ,\ (, I: DREW. Mcllonvillc and Entt'rprlonli'lu; with Savannah steamers

"Whenever you come to town you shall,"' Leave Baldwin .. .... .. ................. 1.10 )I.tll. p. m.Passengers. for Ocklawaha River: also at
said Julian "You see I ought to he very Leave Hrandy Hranch................. 1.8p.lI1.:? ; from\ lino of Jmksonville: Pen- and RetailTDOOKN with steamers for New York, Philadelphia,
1 grateful to him for really, as a matter of fact, Leave Dutton ............................. 1.41p.m. sacoja & Mobile Railroad either take train ItoHtoii and Halt I 11101'1',111111 at Charleston with
it is: greatly owing to him that I have fallen Leave Callahan........................... 2.22: : p.m. at Live Oak leaving 2.15 p. m. and arrivingat NTATIONKKV: !steamers! : for New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore -
into this lucky business that I've told you Leave Hart's[ Road............. ......... 3.25 p.m. Savannah at 2.00( a. m., or train at Jacksonville and with Northeastern & South CarloUna -
about lie's 1ho). that attracts everybody Arrive Fernandina..................... 4.00 ]>.m. leaving at 7.35: a. m. and arriving ntS:1'nnllah tad MUSIC, Railroads I for routes North, East and!
" ,i lIe has such handsome, lively little face at :3 t p. m. West.
and such nice lI1lIIl1l'I'81 1 verily believe Trains daily, except Sunday. Connecting at Savannah with steamers for 5!) Wisr HVY SHUT: FIRST-CLASS PASSENOER\ ACCOMMODATIONS. ( '

my good, angel has: sent him to me to rescue ----- -. ---- New York, l'IIiI:111elphia"IIt1-ton: and Haitimore. .
mo from! the slough of despond: into which I J.\CK OX"ILI.I1.'t.OUmA.; .
.. was in great danger of falling for good( and PENINSULAR RAILROAD Connecting at Charleston with steamers! Through; Tickets and Staterooms secured: r

all. And the way he's picking up a knowledge ( HaWo Jiranch.) for New York Philadelphia and Haiti i more. and all information furnished at ofllco, corner
Centre and Second streets.20ly .
\ of his duties as clerk is wonderful. In Trains on Hrunswick! & Albany Railroad: .
fact, he's perfectly invaluable. How I could tioixu HOUTII.LCl'c leave Junction daily (except Sunday: ) for .?t1"School Itoolts" a Sit. ('t'lul..Ii. ,;;O. A. KOYES.For ; ..

old ever have managed I can't with imagine.his musty!I intend, rusty to Waldo Junction................ 2.45) p.m. Brunswick, at 4.10 p.: m. -- --- Tampa and K(>y WcNt" ,
have him educated as much: as possible, and Leave :Santa:; Fe......... .................. :3.18p.m. Through/ Tickets sold to all points, andSleepingCar .ii. HIM: >II.SO\: ,
shall make in the world" Leave Hawthorne ....................... 4.0.. 1',111. Berths:! reserved at tho Savannah VIA

he It was getting Ii181'ay late, so they set to work topit'k Leave Lochloosa; ................ ......... 4.15: p.m. Florida & Western!: Railway ollkv, No. =TI '<" rpA.Ht'A NtoaiiiKlilp" CO'tt LINE,
) the balls and the net and Leave Orange Lake..................... 5.10p.m.( 11'l'st Hay street ; ol-n: at Ticket Olllco( y r vUM
.. take in up their chairs. In all away this Julian: had, Arrive Ocula............... *.i.............. 7.00p.m. and Macon liogau'streels& llrunsvvick, I1IH1'ut''l'l'kl.t Railroad, corner Olllco Florida Hay

i as we need scarcely remark the lion's shareof ciotxu SOUTH.Leave Central Depot, Jacksonville! Flu 4r4\

the t work, while his cousin assisted with Ocala..................................5.-1. 11.111. JAS. L' TAYLOR, ;
remarks and valuable advice.
Leave Orange Lake ..................... 7. 'O 11.111. General I Passenger .Agent
Then as: it was still'light, and the beautiful Neavo Lochloosa.................... ..... 8.30a.m.: : II. IIA1NES: (icneral Manager.); :30JACKSONVILLE :
them to out of -
evening tempted stay Leave Hawthorne....................... !9.15) a.m.Leave -.-- '
doors they sauntered along through the garden Santa Fc..... ...... ............... 0.45 a.m. PENSACOLA AND .a S
to that led under old
a green path an Arrive .allloJul1l.tion. .... .......... 1O.15a.lII. '; RAILWAY. CARRYINO 'THE: ,11. S.. MAIL..
avenue of limes that breathed forth the fragrance ) ER'1'AKER: .

of their leaves on to the cool quiet of ------ ---.- On and after Monday[ :May 2, 1881 Trains -
the twilight air .on this road will run ;dully as follows : FIFTH ST.. FERNANDINA, FLA.
".\nll so your fortune is made and we FERNANDINA & JACKSONVILLE ooixu WKHT. ONE of tho staunch amid elegant Steamers
shall of until tho ahovo Lino will leave Cedar
I never sec anything you you Key
Leave Lake City.12.30:
come down hero some day as a judge, sixty RAILROAD. }p.m. ROUES. METALLIC; CARES every Monday at :tOO:( p. iii., forTampa
Leave \\.duol'll............ l.:'O }I.II1. BURIAL .
years old, quite bald and ugly, said Edith. ):N COFFINS AXIJ CASKETS.Telegraphic .
Leave Houston........... 1.38 l'I
p.m I Mimatvc
be In COt 1SS1.ioi.a ,
It won't my fault cousin mine, said Effect May -' - orders ,
Julian "if don't come down hero oftener ;\rri\'c-Live: Oak.:......, 2.00p.m.; : I promptly attended to

than I have been in the habit of doing" < SOUTH. Leave Live Oak.........,. 2.30: : p.m. And Hrnitlciitowii< ,

Why what possible attraction can you Leave Cluster: ........ ..... 2,48 p.m. River and Ocean Sh'luuboRC"" and Monday' and at 4:00
Lea vo 1"l.rnIllHlina..11.10 a.m. t 5.30 every Thursday :
p.m. -- --- --- -
find in this slow place ? said she, puttingon Leave EllaviTle. : :: : in. for
wonderful Leave Hart's Itoad......11.43: a.m. it 0.01 p.m. 3.30p.m. I'
an air of simplicity. Vrrivc Jacksonville12.50: p.m. & 7.05 p.m. Leave Madison........... 1.15) }pan MALLORY'SOnly
Hut Julian parried thcqucstion. Perhaps I'mila ICn
-----'" "' Na' and Key 'Verde
a person who knew woman's heart better JO1XO XOKTH. Leave irccnvillc i :::.... :CIj'I] p.ml: : I"I.OIUJS'fI''ISIIU: I..N.

than lie did would have been led to guess Leave Jack8ouville..8,20 a.n. & 3.10 p.lIt. I.caveuC'il1a.. (0.10p.m. ._ -
something from the innocent little remarkshis Leave Hart's Bond......9.43{ n.lI1.. & 4.1511.ln. Leave- Drifton... 0.4fTp.m]- Coiincctfons( undo at Cedar Key with the

cousin had been making I'm sure Arrive Fernandina .....10.'.).-> alII. R ...,,,,1'\" )I.IIt. Leave Montlccllo........ 5.50) p.m. I>irc('{ I.lm to A>w (trlt. Florida Transit t Railroad from and to all

anybody would be glad." he said to !stay: a Double Trains daily except Sunday. Leave I.10).ll'H.--:: ..:.. 7,15 joints North and West ; at Punta Russa with
few.Clays with so kind and hospitable a manas p.m. iteamer for Fort Fort
my uncle." tx'ave Chain...... ...... 7..101'.11I. d.. rile lA-vcl. Myers, Ogden, and

Oh, yes," aid Edith ; but you needn't CONNECTIONS. Arrive Tallahassee:..:: M.25 pni Through Tickets arc on wale at l-'ernan-

i take the trouble to praise "papa to me." Leave Tallahasse........ 8.50 p.m. Him, Jacksonville, (11\inr villc. and Cedar
What if I should bay that" I find the chief '.\T FEHXAXDIXA, FLA., ixave Midway r ........... U.3SJ p.m. 1' Key at greatly reduced rates, for all prind
attraction in his daughter? asked Julian, With New York and -- pal points on tho Oulf C-oast.
Fernandina Steamship Leave Quiney. 0.2 p.I-----;;: i.'C ..::r-
at his cousin till
down and t
bending looking Line from New York on Tuesday, at 9 I Leave Mt.[ Pleasant.11.01 J. )I., OALl'HIN. Oen'l Ag't,
he obliged her to meet his eyes Wouldyou a. m. or 4.00 p. m., and for New York on ""' Till:. FINE. STEAMSHIPS, 13 Cedar Key, Fla.;
be very or very angry at me Arrive J;'hutta i1 vI'r..l iJJ; : ,
\ Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains. ._' .._ _:i.. .,
for saying that? ivisriicTKXAN: :
With) Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat j l1"'ST. MARY'H RIVE '
Edith: looked away, and laughed a merry OOIXO WKST-KT. :\UXH UIVISIOX.Tue .
Company from Savannah
little laugh and shook her head. Oh, no ; Savannah daily except daily Sunday except3lontlay1 ( ,diiii Tliumliy and S ilurdny) CAIT. HINMM: : .

F you may say R.'rThis anything you like. Only Ibhan't \\'ith Charleston Stl'aJucrfrom Savannahand Leave Tallahassee. !9.(() n.Ju. CI')'"' OF AMAN, STEAM p.tCI1 G0MI'.tNY.TIIE

believe Charleston on Wednesday and Sunday; Leave Chattahoochce............10.10 4.111 .
was too provoking. Julian caught for Savannah and Charleston and Arrive St. Marks. .. : a.m. CAIT. RISK.
Tuesday .10 _
s hold of one of those Miiall hands took it in : .. : .
his own and said seriously : "You might Friday With Steamer Flora OOI.NO KA!T. ONE of the above Steamer will leave 1 !
from : River r. 1-
stop dulling for a little, Edith, I think. I Landings on Wednesday and St.Mary'a Friday for Leave C'hattu. River.... 4.30a.m.\ for of New York every Thursday :. ; =:
hope don't imagine that alllaw'l'rs arealways on arrival afternoon trains 'from
you St. Mary's fiver landings on tuntIa.Y""anW Leave Chattuhoochcc... 4.3! a.m. ,
false and deceitful, and thatthatthat l. nCSlIay. Leave )Jt. Pleasant. 5.15u.m. Jacksonville and Cedar Key.This HTKAMEIWI'
thl.-" -. line having no transfers to make
,rell, what AT CAIXAIUX Leave QuTncy. 5.i fa.m.Leave betweenFERNANDINA I. O It A MAIITIIAiptaln ..

"That they always live and die old bach To and from Savannah at 10.45 a. m. and Midway........... /HAl a.m. (,' RiciiAbDHOW, Cujstain ---, --.

; elors. 1 wish:: you would tell me seriously 2.201'. m. Arrive 'fall h ;;.c...::... 7.30 a.m. AND NEW YORK -

Edith not now, but after thinking it over a AT \LDWl.V, FLA., Leave Tallahassee....." 14.00 n.l1I. JitrDAILY SEIt 'lCE."*
little i indoors, quietly-whether you would To and from Tallahassee at 12.20 noon "'----- Olfl''H the ;
Leave Chalres'..... 8.43
ever lien: you're a little older than you are and l.Of p. .m. -
m.AT Ix-avc Lloyd's.:. U.Oa a.m.l.cav" REST; AND CHEAPEST: ; TRANSPORTATION
now-whether you would ever feel it possible LOC1ILOOHA, FLA., The Flora leaves Fernandina for St.Mary'i
to care a little bit about one who will Monticello... 0.00 River
With Steamer for all antI1uUttinb"on a.m. TO }.'I..oltW.HJfU'I'JmS.. landings every Monday, Wednesday
probably never put on his wig often enoughto Alpha points Leave Drifton........ 0.45 a.m._ and I.'rlday-returnlng on Tuesday, Thursday -
Orange Lake arrival of Peninsular
get bald and who will certainly"never bea Railroad Train on Leave Aucilla.10.10a.m. Vegetable; } and Fruits will receive. special and Saturday
If could and would; went The
judge. you on Leave freenville..10.33) cure in handling Martha leaven Fernandina for. name
Julian ardently you don't know how unspeakably AT OCALA. n '- points every Tuesday, Thursday'and Saturday .

happy you would make me, and With Stale' Line to and from Urooksville Leave:(; Madison...:.11.40a.m.: 1'ASI'Xmmt't'OUIOI: ( >NrlO H ARE -returning every Monday, Wednesdar
k how easy you would make all the labors daily except Sunday, Leave Ellaville... ._.:.12.55p.m.' } .. i.30aan: and l Friday,
1 may have to go through in after years. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday (room Leave Custer......... 1.21 \\t.\u. -
This was quite a long and serious effort Ocala and Tampa on Monday: Wednesday Arrive Live Oak......... 1.40 p.m. The traveling ) are offered the mlvantage Through nillM or Lading
for Francis Julian. And how did his cousin
and Friday. Leave Live Oak........... 2.10 U111t1GT/
p.l1I. of a ; LINE: WITHOUTANY [
answer! him? She did not give him any direct "" -- -- by MALLOKY'M LINE of ft miters to all
: reply just then, but said she had never AT rCIH KEY, FtA., Leave Houston.....::.. 2.32:'JMII.r ; : CHAMiEH.: Connection made at joints on the St. MaryV.C'lONO .
existed him to say that and did he really With Steamer filer to and from Pcnsaco- Leave Welborn.. 3.1A o 1',01. Fernundinn with all BtcumlxmU fur all
mean itVe need not hU la on Monday and Friday. itolnt* on the !St. John's, Ocklawuhu and
protestation ;
repeat Arrive Lake (City:....... 3.45 p.m.: C'OlllltM'tioil
in answer to this skeptical' remark. He With Steamers Clinton and Murynn for =-' = -_.. -= Indian Rivers, and\ with the Transit Kail
and Edith walked the house and she New Orleans New Orleans rood ut 1-Ymundina for all railroad Million
to on Friday ; from CKUSO E.\IIT-to MAKKit 1>1VJIO.Y.Tufiulnjf mad? with the New York. <'liar]<" toii and
hardly rpoke once, hut remained very quiet on Saturday : from Havana and Key West, and Calf |Igorts in Florida Savannah: Steamers.
till she gut to the door. Then ghe hastilyran on Friday; for Key West and Havana, on ( TburrduytaitdStdurtL.t p* ) ,
up ktaira and shut herself into her own Saturday. Leave St. Marks......12.05a.m. l"JttWHTXII: PASSENGERAH It.rn: noon ACCOMMODATIONS

room. With Florida it Havana Mail Steamship leave Wuktilla...........................12.31} nllI. LOW AH IIY INDIRECT) LINKS.Rat.tt : #
That evening Julian !heard his fate. Need Comi iny'H Steamer; fur Key Wtotand Tarn. Arrive 'fal1als :I'-*-.. ? 1.40p.m.CONN1XTIONH for Passengers, Escun-ioni" +ts mul Tourist f
we way that the young barrister who had pa on Monday and Thursday ;Through an but recently gained a new clerk and a new With Steamer Euterprlvi, fur points on the : to all )M'hts. scenery is grand, and alligators and talc< ,
patron, and a new interest in the \\lrOfCli4iou. Su*'annt-e Itiver, on Thuralay at 0 a. m. Moth East and Wit bound trains! meet at For pannage' or further infonnathin, apply[ game are abundant\ ,
learned, before h.s retired to rest t For information rei>ecting route, rate, Live Oak: and conradftlt! 2:45 train rut Su to j.fr Either; of the above 8t: amcr. fan In- r
also gained a more precious possession than etc., apply to \3l1l1ah. Florida \Vettrn Railroad. for, R.: W. S011T1111'ICKAgent, chartered for JMJl'I'foll; jsirtlcs et any time
all or any of thce-a heart that sympathized A. MACDONKLL: ., Savannah: aid Albany, .rIltUl.UJl3.. Fur further information apply to gA.
# with his own, and a love. that was Gen'l Ticket and I'a *.. Agent. Pa>> for Chattahoochto River floats C. H. MALLORY t ('0., U. .KOVlWiAgent '
tender and. ., true.-4Aoayanoui:" = ." .'D E. MAXWELL, UtTn'J) Supt 21 .| UeauicT Rebecca. Everingham: Her V* I-Jwt: River Net York 2-tf :25 v212v3 F*>mj|| ) Ol FL. '




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,THE :FLOUIDA \[iituoi.f H. scouring kurgia for Mr.( Davis.: He had the There is another class! of productions Florhla 'ni&s>Tox's rURen.is/:. took a prominent purl in the impeachment 'I

I . honor of being nearly picked up himself on might always have a monopoly of- trial of lielktuip.; Wlll'J the Senate was doternllniumg II
-- : .. strawberries Ilt' I'otlMillion Acre Loud the mode of proceeding, he argued
soldiers of
suspicion' by n couple of United States: blackberries, whortleberries / n/.s :
f TURDA r. JUNK 2i mi. / the J
with carllestnessagainst practice
.. ...-..------. .-.... ---- or spies!' disguised in new Confederate peaches. To get them into market in good. tn Florttln.I which great always prevailed there of closingthe ,

0V EXPENSES. uniforms, with clean-that fatl'III\11111\ sleek order requires refrigerators They arc somewhftt doors of that body when the Senate was

the largest! of the urlinaryexpend Ii0rscgrt very thin disguise, ('crtainly'e I expensive, but the high price of the Tin: Ylt'W M.\ rF.\MTmn ntct: :mai1lln 1.HI' called upon to decide a question of law during -

tie, State for has been also !saw' :Mr. Davis on his! arrival at Macon, fruits make it profitable to employ them >T IIJI'n'I'nlol: 1:Tilt: WOULD the trial
ninny years AS KMKWVTIOX: : : TO IIK: STAKT- Hut; it was upon the gf'at'lu tions of con-
\ and witnesses-atone time guarded by over a regiment of blue-coats: We believe the strawberry refrigerator I is 1.1) TO OOI.OXI/.K-"l'III THE TIIACT. I con-titutional law involving(the right of

to bankrupt the State. From drawn up in 1'rriIIl1I1'1 as he alighted from about .'!\11
In the government in 1870( the his carriage at the Lanier House. We well four\ tiers of baskets, Hi; in u tier, equal to 01 1 contract which makes hln the try the public oiliccr after his resignation
recollect )brave and noble} lady a quarts or two bushels. The largest landowner, in the world. He has purchased that lie Made his great argument
been much less than previous to seeing a : refrigeratorscost !
from the State of Florida 4,000.000 It is regarded !by jurl UI
but it has continued to be a very sister of General llaftow, press through the about $0 each, but can be used: for years acres of land, the largest ever boughtby model of forensic real
of expenditure. It is:! anoint dif ha'oucll'l1ine drawn up beside' tho. railroad An icebox) is put on top, and the whole a.private individual. in tme history of the the power to try and impeach with great
Davis his screwed down. worl.\. thr II c'!vv. I His l 1 position on this question was '
adjust 1 by legislative enactment, train which was to t convey )fr. ) to The strawberry men were
This transaction has been in remarkable for the reason that himself "
: negotiation
depending upon the court and dungeon at Fortress )Monroe grasp hU hand very successful ]in their use. Applied to for huge some months, and its success was and ''enator Eaton, out I of all the Democrats:

() There was }probably no and 'falter words: of 1 sympathy+ and\ patriotic blackberries, whortleberries and, peaches!, owing to some very shrewd tactics. on tho in the body, argued and voted against the

; which these expenses were great love for the leader of the. lost ('IIII I'," they would he quite as profitable. The part of the agents of Mr.( ) .' the train moved out. Now all has Peen-to peach in market in acquired tract team I ly as large us the State that time he has taken part in all the leading -
(in the populous 1 county: of Duvnl as put good condition
I of New part of the public domain debates of the SClale, In his speech on
source of income had( come to he changed, and living history has become only would bring very high prices at the : of.lrley-\\'n.1 tll Ht/le la 1\1111ll'r, control the silver bill, in which lie advocated the

i by n certain class as a reliable de a memory 1 beginning of (the season Our people should, of the Hoard. of Internal Improvement policy of rcmonctizing silver, he went into

We have. ascertained by inquiry Mr. Davis has written for posterity, which study up this subject and be prepared to of the State. Owing to the recent hnpT\et a critical examination all our coinage laws
of the to
value of the land of Florida, this from the foundation government
of that county the amount of will. unmoved I by the passions and prejudices avail themselves of all these sources of profit has been anxiously)' looked after by prop capitalists show t that every change which was made ill

witness fees! at the lava term of the. hour, do justice: to the. men and instead, of putting their whole venture into of New York and lloston. For years, the weight and fineness of the metals was

was only about' fix hun the. times! who. to use the now !so common perishable/ article, with which the mar through agents, these gentlemen have endeavored caused by variations! in the value of gold

i '! contracted with twenty-four phrase, had, the. courage to act up to their. ket may be, at any moment glutted. to }purchase the land. The State \.te/,1. of silver.
the time to successorin
had no disposition: to sell until recently When came cl'c
dollars at tho previous term. If convictions. when it became necessary to do 1 so to relieve January last t, lie refused leave his scat
: of expenses' can be made W..t'l'IUI.Hl'r""tJI S. the State from certain! obligations which had in the Senate and go hOle to work for reelection.

/ t the State, the aggregate reduc SETTLERS O.V RAILROAlf LAXUS.Having Tile Mngaihie of lrt says the French people become !burdensome. When these facts: became His constituents, however, fully
arc fond if the seaside; that known there was renewed efforts appreciated his and he was unanimously -
} ( 'r\j\
very !
; observed in the. South. Florida ; everysununer I
bo large, mot give us daylight; papers
very there is I the part of the New York people, who were returned by l party, and entered
: of reduction of taxation by frequent comments in reference to settlers season! gen'rall'xmlu8 backed I by, a well-knuwru (German banking- upon: his new term fur'six years! on the 4th

: of expenses.! A very heavy source : on the! lands:! reserved for the railroad from all the French inland towns. to the sea house! of that city and \'nIHlatefrol London of March last His last speech was at the

to' the counties the feeding of to Tampa, and\ having understood that liberal bathing resorts. Thrifty' people cheerfully headed by ex-United States Minister to I'slol of the Senate just terminated, in de .
bring out their hoarded,t el'onOlllil'101lled Bcl ''ill, SaiiRird( and the Bu.ton capitalists fence of the South and in reply to the speechof .
had been oflercd all
terms to who
It is I believed t that. a large pro were to buy the land Meantime, :Mr.( Disston) Senator Fry. All are extemporaneous j 1
prisoners bound over by magis residing on the l'I'ser\"l'lllanl.'!, we have obtained the expenses of a visit to tho sea. It is! a had become well acquainted with the valueof and; made without\ 10tl' Senator -
matter c.f serious business. for the whole the lat.l Jones decidef convictions as a Democrat -
never convicted}, and often never upon application, the following definite \ through his already large interests his
family. time in the State from his! ,with and thinks that a man be a sincere -
statement of the views of the railroad They nrl'U long making prep : ('onnecliol lay
I by the grand jury Witnesses: get
the Everglades scheme. Ilccntcredthe field lover of his c/untn' and free from all
; way in the interim between the authorities!!, contained in letter addressedby arations. Tin good citizen hunts up his! I, and .set to work with energy, keepingin the I taints! of narrowness and sectarianism whileupholding

i&t\ their recollection, or the influence Mr. Yuleo to Messrs. Agnew t Co., under fishing tackle,11uulamc orders new bathing background. as! he usually does in his largo the ,',rilcpl-:! Democracy.: He

: produces a lion-recollection. A date of June 10th. costumes: of fashionable' design for herself. projects. He 'nut to work agents. in Ho.ton, is comparatively )'OtU man, and it has
; New York andTallaliassec in seldom happened in our history that one of
and daughters.: During (their at the ,
: The terms offered to to stay seaside lhilull.llhia
t l' of the cases are of a trifling seem, us. presenta confidence, and suggestedthe his years has entered upon a second term of
: larceny, assault, etc. The I II full solution of the question, and are just they give themselves up thoroughly touninterrupted plans \ ful have been so successful service in the Senate with the same experience.

I the appointment\ of proper mtigisf and liberal to the settlers on these lands: : enjoyment, they become semi- The other parties Il'f IH stone unturned to .
trial and puiiUhmciit Niw: YOIIK, June J 15, 1881./ amphibious ; when not actually among tho get possession of tle property, but they were
f summary DEAR) sums : I telegraphed you that a land breakers or floating on the smooth water, outgeneraled l at every point by Mr. Piston's) Tll CO.Wn.I.O-l'L.tTl' MATTER.

I, a provision making the prose office would be shortly opened at Ucala for they are wading half dressed! into the retreating lieutenants. The fight was: f most interesting The New York Catholic Word makes the
t for cot.lf! complaint is declared sale of the railroad land I, and\ at same time one, as many as fOlrnenti of the New
tide, waging war with long hand York being in Florida, New following criticism upon the Conk-
to have been mado without informed you of the policy! which would 8)'IHlilatl kept forch1.
govern the company in regard to actual settlers nets upon' their favorite enemies, the York nll lhiscity. During;; the recent. visit ling-1'latt matter :

;, under' homestead: entries.As shrimps. Any kind\ of accommodation\ I is of Governor Uloxham to Philadelphia thedetails As:! one of the public then, and not as a
the subject is one about which others: of the purchase were arranged, t the Democrat or Republican, we call the attention -
;i m TRY THK WEST. than the settler in white behalf you lately good enough for people so determined to be Governor having full power to act fur the I of our readers to the wider features! of

D'ttpatch, of the 14th, very ful wrote me may like to definitely informed, pleased. They arc satisfied! to be crowded Hoard. of Internal Improvement, of which the episode of the past week The State of
!.I; the subject of transportation of I will repeat more distinctly the'ctntents of together in indifferent hotels!, they hire at ho is president. Hit !:oli the unsuccessful I New York has the privilege of sending two
that parties were unwilling give up the prize, of its citizens to the Senate of the United
: high rates small chalets villas in
of ,
; / glllt the astern: markets, : cottages, and during tho present week used strenuous
company will accept substitute lands: States to represent its interests and to assistin
loss to the and which the families are established! packed efforts to defeat Mrs Di5stoniiting Tallahassee -
) producers, for those occupied by homestead settlers, the common legislation of the country.These .
suitable arrangements could and leave them undisturbed. If selections as herrings in a tub Hut the desired object with a very large sum of money for Senators arc Republicans or Democrats "

\ : with the lines! of railway leading I substitute lands cannot be found within has been obtained ; the season has hrell1I1'.nt that purpose. The contraC however has as the case may according to the
: the limits of the grant, the !settlers shall been fully executed, young Philadelphia )" that for moment happens to be in
the party
?\vcst, a much better and\( larger have titles from the company: at the government at right place at the right time, manufacturer i is now the possessorof the :<('clllall')tll, State of New York has

j be opened) up. It is certainly price of $J...'') per acre.: 1 But from the and in a thoroughly I rOllgl'lIillllllld reinvigorating the largest-landed domain in the worll interests 1 as great as those of any Kingdom .

i I to consider( the subject in this Information I have received I feel quite\ fashion This strongly dc\'elol'ctll':1-: The tract is !situated north of Lake or Empire in this world ; and those interests
confident that it will lie practicable to lindnibstitute sion for the seaside has multiplied almost bee, and is nearly all below the frost line. are constantly growing. Suddenly,
I to resolve( that tho transpor lands for the whole amount of the indefinitely the number of watering placesin Tho amount ,paid for the land has not without the slightest! warning, comes the announcement
t : ': carrying produce North lioiyestead: entries I. under the provisions of France: "I'illca d'can.r: of every category, been made public, but it understood to bea that the State of New York is

j blame, for the failure to realize the act .Congress:! applicable to the CU'JClf; ) ancient.new fangled, large, small, luxurious very large sum in cash. It i U Mr. Disston'sintention without representatives in the Senate Mr

The trouble seems to have been that: it is not likely any of the I settlers will : inconvenient,' arc to be found\ \ nowadays to at once begin an emigration Colliding and Mr. Platt have I sent in their
scheme which will result in addition
; 1'0' required to pay even the government along the whole French coast. Nearly' a very large resignations.! Why ? Because Mr. Robertson -
came! to a limited market in price. U will be my effort to effect this i re the same features are reproduced in all. to the population of Florida. .To this. to whom :Mr. Conkling objected, was
( uantiUe':4 In tho of suit There is the / end he has already established agencies in
: case! oranges, ftnlilitfCMfiil, the crowded hotel nominated by the President to the col-
have been shipped' into the inte In the case of homestead. lands occupied with bare hod rooms and liberal I InMe several places! in this country and will at lectorship of the port of New York, a fine,
liy willows! deceased settlers they shall re- d'hfite, the furnished house: let for the season: once organize emigration bureaus in Eng fat (1111(0 that Mr.( Conkling wanted for one
cannot bear much addi land Scotland
'f ('eh'litll' deeds without charge, whether for which people bring their own servantsor ; France, Germany, Hol1nclnnd of his: friends The l. sill'nt'l nomination
R or transportation after they substitute lands can be obtained or not.I hire others: upon the 'pot.fl1l1)' : too, Italy. Competent agents'vill has been confirmed by the United StatesSenate.
tioned in the cities in these countries -
send 1 this Information for the assurance: have: their colony .
",'/ also\ confirms, in a very po-.i- of tho friend on whoso account you wrote, Ollr1Jwlia beach: on this: side of the Atlantic to induce emigration to Florida, 'and t in will steamers convey chartered the But what docs all the epistolary literature
and you are at liberty to communicate the suggests! the future occupation of its emigrants din'l attending these resignations i show ? Simply
4 i; the view we expressed lust lIal1ll' to any others who are interested.: convenient !shores ns the summering seaside for purpose.. A broad lIl1llHrul that these len looked upon the State oVNew

; ? concentration of the shipments\ Yours respectfully.! resort of the interior residents of Florida. policy will be pursued, the oljeC't. York, and through it at the whole
i i would be better than !scatter- D. 1 I.. Yt'i.KE.: President. Tho desire! ti) ,go; down to the sea is almost: a pOl11to country as. will ni possible, country, sa pocket borough to be bought

p .. over! various and comnctlnirroutes. 111'1181'11, /:, H', .li/iifw'! & Co., OruLiINI'ORiiItTIOV : passion to all who have ever lived within its settlers and!: emigrants.opportunities The lands be in afforded. up !and 'parceled' out and divided among
O .sound.What]. .! ques- their followers in return for campaign: ser I 4
: The li UESlRED. valuable in the State Rice COl\
\ ;. few lots go by all routes, not sufficient to watering 1lal'al1cr tho French fashion, among in the hands of these "statesmen." The
{Justify tho expense. and\ I trouble of handling We hud hoped that through some source not with fashion expense! and\ trouble\ but sugar, jute and, sl'ml-t indigo, cotton, tobacco,be and raisedon i all question with them i is not what is! for the
wo should havu received some specific information the erection of hostelries with plain tropical rOlil'a1ru is 1'11 : public good, but what U fur my own good ?
ft to attract the with
attention the and ingreat
or road as a liberal thl'm.
in relation! to tIll late sale: of bed rooms, but table, cottages neatly \ JuIn I hold my place? How can I re
; : source of revenue. furnished, to be rented \by the month or C'a- profusion. and so? How much can I make
l Tho 1)iRp.ttch further says : "The IlI'st11)' State lauds: tlie t'loriiHan, which is always son, larger houses! to he occupied jointly by I Mr. Pis.ston: was Sl'l by I /'''n reporterlast here ; how much there ? I wuutollices, pull-
but he declined talk thellil'c
'. for shippers to consider it I is this : Our busiiness \ : accurate and\ bus tho documents, favors! us friends: or relatives, facilities cur riding, driving evening of the, purchase of the to Florida on land lic plunder, for my, followers : else. I am
only ,with an editorial argumciitatho approval I : ; boating, fishing: croquet' tennis whirligigs further than to that he gone und the party is gone. The party is I.
4 1, is: yet so small that a division: among i bicycles, tricycles, etc. Why should say Illrhough and I am the party.
but gives us particulars!! of lice sale. of land in that :State:
1,000,000 acres
v :
many will\ not justify any to arrange for its not our people from tho inland come downto These worthy gentlemen, these leading
This is the more surprising as: it says the the! and 1'11.10theJII 4eh'l's, bringing U11 some (f his: friends! would no doubt to that there
proper movement. but wo will\ concentrate sea : him, III the .tlt.tcm"n.lcem forget are oth-
that line that will\ tho sale is consummated! and those: peculiar reasons the children; and the servants, building and join I'rett. ('III'rlrise.-lMlflrlll. 'crs besides themselves in the country and
upon 110gl"o us
II why it did not before speak no longer owning seaside cottages: if they desire, always 'other interests besides theirs. 'fhe country
) quickest! ,tll putdl" ready to receive them ? would go on mil the machinery of government
:- This is the sensible: view of the matter, exist The few steps between the Florldianotlice Tho future will, doubtless: : develop) all Sl X.t'OI CJIARLES II'; JOXES.. go on ns calmly and evenly to-morrow

i ; : and if vegetable growers: and trall:4portatlonI" and the Capitol wo should 1 suppose, this: and our beach city will become famous The New York Graphic of the 13th, contains if Conkling, Blaine and the whole crowd of
[:' will would 1 not lave been a bar to our usually as the health and pleasure: resort! of Floridi- an engraving of Senator Jones, which them disappeared once and for all tolilorow
agents act in concert there could be
The railioads will sell cheap excursion ns had
ails though they never been. Not
r effected a great: improvement in the time oft thorough-going and enterprising: contempo tickets. A street railway will be built, is accompanied the following hk.th : blade of grass would be I less or a human soul/I

1 i ,reaching: market. Tnry'ohtalnlng:! a copy of a document in amusements and (\.I.nil.IHI... of all kinds' Charl" '\". Jones, United States Senator at a loss. And hero to cap tho climax, is:

1 The also culls relation to what the I-'lurlillun( deems limo will be devised, and pleasant life inaugurate : who i is the subject of this General Grant, the ex-President, writing angrily -
f Zto/Mtei attention the
i most important event in the history of the independent) of Ii ngdustyanulwatedtravel sketch,, was born near the city of Dublin, from Mexico, a lecture to the actual
t filet that points north of us supply only the to the North to expensive std crowded Ireland, and came to this country when President, through Senator Jones, of Neva
JI 'Northern: markets: and come in competition State watering places not half so convenient or quit I child. He was animated from his da. General Grant, Is a of aflairs. He '
r Savannahtr gives us a special telegram earlier boyhood by the spirit of the loftiest led the Union tan
L :.with us. while Florida Is us near to Chicago TIe ) as pleasant as our UWII.I armies to the completion of
follows tmhitiol, and imp'rcssed! with the convictionthat the war. He held the
1 :! : presidency for two "
and too West by rail us:: to New York. It says: ST. MARTS RIVER MAIL ROUTE. i if nature intended him for it and -I
anything was quite willing to hold it for
TALLUIIWKE f'rll. as
: FI.A., June :iM.-The sale of I
t f'; 1 You can secure what you very much need<< four million acres of :State: lands to a company : ( James has discontinued I was tho great theatre of public life. ; many more, only/ that the people thought
: 4tJII"tt'r-Ccnl'ruJ
i. e, access to Western markets Western.people At the nof, fourteen he went to could
| of and New Yurk St. river on the i years they dispense with his: services. He
Philadelphia : capitalists luilI' tll Marys
.i are as good consumers of early vegctahles i is accomplisbcd fact. steamer Flora. If the mail\ Hue was like I 1 the I South, and since then he has, rl'lhh.t I was by position at least 1 ItatClllul, and in
; :
: as Eastern and have, as a general This sale is a remarkable vindication of the others in this State, Its discontinuancewill tlr.The education he received Wl: many eyes is the 10..t distinguished and
i -I+ thing, as good taste and much IIhIlU'to I II. h the assistance-of distinguished illustrious
as the Hound judgment of llu- in the nut inconvenience any would tl&ilt'1 throl a I living American citi/.ens. What
people l'I' I
I. gratify 'it. As some or our have l Itaptist clergyman amid the fruits of wisdom has he
'. producers election as Chief Magistrate of Governor boa saving to the to somemore to utter amid I the divided
t ,, "I tlll'ir'rmcrit''t and snuke- in the William I D. liloxham, u'lumloiie ii entitled titthe in this tatl'-U.i"government. hl his own boy'i.h lal.r. His( whole life has councils I of the party he loft the Democrats
f|k'ewt, why not !strikt balances in kind? Tho been a tierce struggle l : with what the world to lead ? A more unblusbing
piece of
t..lire,.editif uriffimttiuy" und t'UII.IW/lWII- The above wv believe, i is not true, und ego
i j{present necessities! however are to devise the lute.Tito t'oll-hll'J ullf.n.orlllt> circumstanceAfter I tism than General (Grant's letter is rarely
I I ways and means of marketing our surplus! I iny result will be (hut the \'"..t' claioiagainst we know l is not \1'l'. There probably)' not earning .l\n hands xutllcient meansto seen. According to it. everything in the!
.i crops.q It may 1'1'tuo late to accomplish: : the fund can now be paid oil dollar: : I superfluous .teaniboat mail in the State, Ilp/ort himself while preiuiring for the ; way of nominations to public otlice in thl"1.IUltr'
: |much with this vegetable crop, but you mu\1 i bur (' .ll the study of law, 14 simply good or bad as it allects
for dollar, thus releasing the pnbJic landsfrom or one but what U both ullt '
j prepare for the next, nlso \ ; lol11111 1''l'"a- was admitted to practice in Florida in 'hil. writes with the air of.
l said claim and their free
farige crop. If it does not appear' practical to use in behalf of,all worthy permitting/ ctli'iiat internal i, rythe! St. Mary* river service 1''I''ill)' so. At the time he entered polities in IS74, he autocrat of this that and the I UU'lsial being

you to select consignees; :: and ship to tho vairious improvement\ ]'rol the hl'alill: of time t'wiwwit might he was one of the most sueces-sful lawyers in .very distasteful to me," of people being
\ Western markets a central poillt i Inferred that it had reference to service on that State. !In tho fall of that year hKPemocratic I hlluibhcl.' for being openly friendly to
[might be selected' (Lot a distributing )point, to Still\ we are not voted with the I.arlilu-I I! the St. John river, und tho paragraph I frit'n,1 persuaded him to become a forth. It l is positively I )painful
{ tdiich all could consign, and. that }point, say lars of the !sale, and withhold comment un mayturn representative ot"his county to read 1 juirU of the letter.
l[Cincinnati distribute! therefrom. tilwegetthetnfarmatisaudesir'sl. N'etilt- I up at Washington, as the opinion of u I in the legislature. It was a Republican Well the moral we would draw i is this :

leading Florida that the mail serviceIn Itrnghltl. but hewastriumphantlyeleeted, The country, men of all if ever they
that of
State I parll'
serve some our publivhthecriticisnt
puJIM'S pa\'r : sent for the lint in
this. State I be mil 1 tlUl INIIU- doubted on the matter,
CAVTVRK OF JLFFERSOX II.( 1t ,-. of the 1'nlnn and itt, correspondent tl f'llel'1 I cal hl.1in January)', J 1S7" At this that by the whom we prettvclearly

l It U greatly to the credit of the Northern Progress! +," !but fail to publish our Tho Gulf! coast counties already complain I sion Il legislature an election was most trusted and honored len with the they charge have of

I !; i[llrt.,..s that Mr. DaviV/ account of his: capture' brief article on which the criticism wa> bitterly of the pri po.sed I breakingup of their !held for United States $,'n.ltor. .Timor' public attains, public interests have'roll'

1f,, fa.' detailed by him in hU new work is published founded. This is not our conception of steamboat moil service, and, we think, justly two legislature was parties equally, and 1 divided the balance between of the nothing more than |lo'rscnal, pocket ant
regular IMW- interests.
in full without note The income from the post-ofllce h partisan This state of fueling
or comment. It complain. crwasin hands of their the 01
I equity. Independent part of those who should be
I I speaks well, also, of the disposition of the -- .- i U not expected to defray its cost In a new JElher. who refused to act with either. H the seat of 11eorruptO' Here statesmen it now /'

a 'ma of the people {o drop the lower and VARY YOUR VROVUCTIOXS. state Just settling up) like Florida. )Iai fa- .\ter 1 struggle extending nearly through a I fully exposed i i hi for
i which of the i 1\'OWlt I
,, ,A': ', meaner scurrility of the past and to allow It b an excellent bucolic saj'ing that it U cllities arc one of the incidental aids tl settling men of the State were many candidates, Senator lending I[ son the public to teach such m111 )les

events to stand in their own light. not wise to put all your eggs in ullLu kct. up a country.)'. The (immense area of Jones was finally put in nomination by his

{ .:; Mr. Davl, U is i well known, made very There i is strong tendency to imitation, and Florida e mi ared tl iu. |11..nlllt"ll. Ttndl'f l>artv, and on the second ballot elected to The deadlock at Albany atilt
t ... If he had desired cucumbers to incur the umeoutlay, in mail the United States Senate with the support of
little'etfvrtto t cajKj. to : having proved profitable season i neco-sary the Independents, He took his seat in the without material change. The friends of

J do so, he 4x+ul'I readily hue'OlIIe down Into I the rage for the next season was to raise service a.U given in all new l'ulltrie.e Senate at the executive station/ ('nU"lnel on tinkling charge his opponents with bribery,

t 1,:.>rl
1 ,'bl'cn entirely m'ure from capture until it i in demand, and kop well for a time. tune In Florida tT'I1'poring the malls. On lias been 1ll'lllt'l of that high 1 j i lealf-brtils cLdm that U ,

I Uat3 ,,vpvenleut i td cross! over into Cuba, as A>>parugui 5 i", u fuvurilcuud Ii.ry.log art U-to ; the 'contrary, \ : is in body.opposition His first to spetx'the militarv,\u< at this session, I IGrunt j f would. l be I great credit i 'to I the put-up State jab if tl.l J_ 1

l The writer well recollect : und tomatoes IN In diin.nid, but fur the of M'r I"'lof the Democratic -
's PMr.freckinklldgedid. given lets iiMull.v. very 111:1 .mol administration. jn I i"' < .j nomine, Kernan and Potter, t

i the pnl'wl .#u Ihe Federal troojw N ere are only oar| when.. fresh. vice nJer\1 .- following regular se-ion uf Ceiugrsa.he t.I u'tdd. L vlecte.1. They are above umn>pUionE I

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: : I.W'OIIFOKATION.KNOW ] VI. That the highest amount of indebtncss -
: OF
A .iOlItNA1; : x1/'rll'1:
: TIll: CAvrvui; orDAVIS. .11I'1'I
I to which said
\ 1 :: i or liability corporationcan
ALL MKjTnY t TII1WK: : 1M5KS-:: I at any t time subject ilselfsitailhetwenty-
iL KKPT BY As the circumstances of the ; ]: : : That we, G, W. Ynlece I J. II. live hundred ($:,;>uO) dollars.
-'W",. JOHN 1UKTKVM.' PltU.VM-.l.rnU. ferson Davis: have been made the McOinnK! William llawson, W. B, 0. Durvee I I. VII. That the said Company shall bovested

llotanist to Ills Majesty: misrepresentation, we give : !' Thomas Kydtl'ttlviu It. ))ihhll'. Henry I I: with all rights; and privileges which
; count of it "Irom his! volume] \ : l: : of the of the acts heretofore referred to
for the Florida jut ( \ +l j 1::. Dotlerer, and 1 n. :Stark, all Slate i I can convey
; For the protection of my family I i Florida: under and in accordance; with the VIII. In witness whereof, we the parties
rmx ed t with them two or three days, \.. l provisions of an act of the State of Florida, I 1 aforesaid, have hereunto set our hands and
)lieving that I they had \passed:< out of entitled "An act to Provide for the Creationof I I, seals, the 18th day of :May, A, D. 1SS1.
A Journey from St, .lugustipe. gion of marauders', I determined 1 ] Corporations and to Prescribe their len 0!." WICK'LIFFK: YULKK: ,

up the Ricer St, ,Tohn 1. their encampment/ at nightfall, to t : oral Towers and !Liabilities," approved August I .1. II. McmXNIS( ,
my original I pll rl'o)1:< \' ]horse a \ t : Sth, 1 IW5! ?, and\ an act of the Legislatureof : II W. S. IJAWSOX,
With : my party proper) were\ saddled: \ ] ) t said :State: C'ntitll'ltn act to Repeal an I W. It. (C.' MJUYKK:I':,
Kxplanatory Notes. a start, when one of my stall; who \ \ 1 I act entitled tlnet to Provide for the Creation I I I '1'. KYDD.C. ) ).
then into the neighboring village, of Corporations and to Prescribe their I 11. })fBnt( ,.,
170.( '). and told me t that he had] heard : icncral) Powers:' and Liabilities and to Recreate I II K.: }DOTTKUKU,
--- rending party intended lo attack I and Amend I t the Sections Repealed by I > (J. STAHK.Not .
that night. This decided me to ] said net" approved! March llth, 1ST: do ------- --- ---,------.- .
January ..>th, Fine pleasant:; morning although to whether ,
enough see there was
hereby associate ourselves together as n corporate I Ire of .'hmlroor.
n little frost in the pine-lauds: ; saw in the rumor, which I supposed \ : f hOlly under the name and style] of
: AT : ,
several flocks of pigeons (lying about both ascertained! in a few hours. My horse": : TIIK]: lhl:.l'I1 110TF.L AXD UOAD: COMPAXY. I llay'l,1881.\

yesterday and todayhout: noon we landcil ed saddled fwd my pistols in the :< The pricipnlIal'eof) business of i\.TOTICt-: hl'rch'l'n that! the following -
and I lay down, fully dressed:< to (' '! Fcruandina
said ('oatItttr'shah\ : I be in tICity of -
.1: filed
named settler has notice of her
at :Mount-Royal and went. to Indian oecured until } .1
an : lug to rtluoelle: / : in the State of l Florida.II ,
intention make final In of
tumulus!, which about 100 in diameter dawn when my coachman, a tree of said
was yards: I That the business:< Company thereof
I her claim, and secure final entry at
man, who faithfully clung to our
nearly round. and near 2ft foot I high l ) came and told me there was firing shall bo to build and manage a hotel and !' the expiration of thirty days from the date

found some bones scattered on it, it must In- branch jut: behind our ('IH'nlll)> : : and\ll'l'1'1I-to:<;accommodation olitain the\ right of on maintaining Amelia lleach und I of ttl'i! notice, vii : LOUISA( I UnA})f>OCJ{,

ancient, as live-oaksare growing stepped) out of wife's tent and :- Homestead No. 017, before Clerk Circuit
very ,, upon my toll road I connecting i the beach
collecting on j
horsemen, whom 1 immediately :: : ( : : { Court' at Fernandina Fla., on Friday, June
it three foot in diameter what with the Cit1'1' Fcrnaiidina.
; a prodigious
I 10th 1881 for the west half of northwest
the ,
as around
cavalry deploying
multitude of Indians must have laboured III. Thar: the capital! :stock of the (Company I .'
to ment. I turned back and told : : \ quarter section! HI I, township l north
my shall be ten t thousand dollars:<, dividedinto !
raise:< it? to what height we can't say, as! it were not the l'xpl'h'llmarlllllll'r:<, I shares:< of one hundred] dollars (each range\ ; '2I east ; and names the following asher
must ]have settled much in such a numbcrof lar troopers.) :< She implored) mo to I << << : << with piivilcge) stockholders: to subscribe witnesses!\ viz :
I James MeKrndrie, Ll'lIIudrl'KII.lrlt': of
years, and it i is !surprizing where t they brought at do once!so. and I I ]lost hesitated: a few, from precious uuwilliJl I ( : in (dl I nn0-eighth, (n I1\ one-fourth and ((1)) Oll '- I (Callahan: Fla., and lleniamin: 0. Parker, of

the sand from, and ]how, as! they had nothing fore yielding to her irll)>ortllllit '. Mall'Mhat'ett:< : stock--fen\\j l'er centum of all suisculhiljolts :< King's 1''rJ'all,1 '1'. V\ lligginbotham, of
of to w'hellsltehtsnh'teriptitinM
:< paid
but baskets on bowls to carry it in ; and 111'111H'n:< near the road. on ] I : : :< ] made, amid the remainder as Helton, Flu:
are laityhe
there seems to be little hollow near the adjacent pected to leave, and down which th ordered by the )Hoard of lIirel'llIl'llIl'l-ai1; I f :JSJ-St L. A. HAUXKS: Register..Honey .,
approached it was therefore inm :< I -
) ) ;
I ]level on one side, though not likelyto I reach them I I was: cmnpellcu\ to : ( ; : :: :: : Company.1\', That the corporation hereby created I tinted is. Money .Made I !
raise such a tumulus theoOth) purl of what! the opposite direction. As it was : \ I \
) ) shall( date its \ from( theday :
: :< l'oqltlrtf'xistl'I\( :: : YOFI: 1Xm.IUI: ::;
it is, but directly north from the tumulus I is in the tent I "picked up) what was ) :; ) I of filing\ of these articles of incorporatio'n { 1)iTiiciiAsi:' :< \' :$100: on tto Horse ; $200on

a line straight avenue about fio yards, broad, to be my 'r.iglan. : a waterproof, ). as required! by the acts as aforesaid: A :IS 1)) Horse, and $:'tiK) on a :150 HorsePower -
coat, without :sleeves' it was: : ;
all the surface\ of which has 1 been taken off, found to he wilV's, like and shall continue for the term of ninety- 1 Kngine.: ; :Send: for our ,prices before (purchasing -
my 10'l'rr
and thrown on each side which makes as to be mistaken for it as!\ 1 started, nine years.V. \ F.nglnos: ( Una, Presses, Saw and
n ; That the business of the Company' shall Grist \till.... Threshers or any kind of Machinery
bank of about a rood. wide and a foot high tlwuhlfullUlr'woH'r!; my head+ be conducted by Hoard of five (.">) jirecl- ] Wo are Manufacturers'\ Agents
more or less, ns the unevenness of the ground den a shawl I hail gone perhaps) :< ors, to be elected by the stockholders on the and/ guarantee; satisfaction in finality and i .
twenty yards when a trooper ) first ( of March in each and
required for the avenue is as! ]level as a (lour and ordered, me to halt and :< Monday that the first election] every:shall< .price. WAI.KKR: it LOUD

from hank to bank and continues so for which I gave a defiant answer:< and, \ '\ be vcar held excepting at such lime as the undersigned: the I'-hllwll\\1I1\ radian: from my :< Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
about three quarters of a mile to a pond of or majority of them, shall" determine I
advanced toward him. lie leveled] : .\prllllll4st-llII.! :
about 100 yards broad and 1.m: (> long N. andS. upon Said Hoard: +l of Directors shall I .
hi tie at me, but I expected) if he : : ; elect a President:' and l'I'rl'tar1111,1, such --- -- --
seemed to be an oblong square, and its would mis me. and my : other subordinate otllcers' as t the bushns51)f'the :< I Ton PRIXTIXd, in every style, and at
banks 4 foot perpendicular] gl'ldnallyIop! that event to put my lui.ulIIul'r. Company may require. ,_J the lowest: rates, at t the Mtwuoii office
tumble him 011'ou the other! side, i : :
ing every way to the wafer, the depth of
his saddle! 1IIIIIIItll'III 1 to :
)> escape.:' ) I ----- -
which] we could not 1but do not imagineit who had been watching, when she : ::

deep, as the grass grows all over it ; by its soldier aim his carbine at me, ran = : IMPORTANT: NOTICE i
and threw her
regularity it bruins to be artificial] ; if so, perhaps instantaneous arms action me.
depended on
the sand was:' carried, from ]hence to ognising that the opportunity) had ] "

raise the tumulus, as the one directly faces I turned hack, and the morning '

y ,' the other at each I'IHlof the avenue ; on the and tent."chilly, passed on to, a tire be J. & T. KYDD

south lte of the tumulus] I found a very _, _
Are immense additions to their block' of
receiving already largo
] rattlesnake himself I
large sunning suppose MEKETltlCIOUS L17" n

this to be his! winter-quarters ; here had It is deeply to be, regretted that ( :' .
formerly] been a large Indian town ; I sup that great engine of civilization is : : : SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS

pose there is: 50 I acres of planting ground used for purposes:< that are anything ,

cleared and of a millIillgloll., a good part eficial to society and the well-being : ] ) Men's and Youth's Clothing .
kind. lad! men use it to further ,
of which is mixed with small: shells ; no schemes:' dishonest men use!\ it to ), ]
doubt this large tumulus] was their burying- credulous] ; and while it is the i : FROM LOW-PRICKD) '] TO FINK- : GOODS.}

place] or sepulchre : Whether the Florida Indians creasing i useful knowledge] and ; :< .
buried the bones after the flesh. was lug immense good, it i is a fearful IHlltSS: OOUH-\ full and complete t.K-k, consisting! of KUMMKU: i 1LKH,
of evil in"the hands of '
rotted oil them, as the present Southern Indians wicked men.Taking tin ( A L IV WOOL() LACK: HUNT1XOS: LAWNS, LINKN: LAWNS, llAKKdhH:; ;''I and' IRKNA-:

do, I can't say : We then rowed down advantage of the frailties .i'7"I DINKS:: SWISSKS:::, TAHI.ITANH'WTOnL: \ und PKRSIAN LAWNS lit 10n'IrJ.OH.

the river, and encamped at Spalding's] Low nature the country is: Hooded I J [ 11itrgnhts in Summer Silk*-from Fifty Cents upwards.Gents' .
which are more or ]less/ injurious to
cr-storl'oppo"ito to a small rich island on and morals of the reulerlallY: of Tine Furnishing Goods a Specialty. i
the wcst-side of the river.2T notoriously indecent and can
tamed stealth] to be read in :< / ; ) :
by '
: th. Fine morning warm and pleasant ; existence i is unknown to many: ( (, Our Improved Dollar Shirt is the best, unsurpassed: (lit and quality. I

observed a plumb-tree in full blossom ; hero number in circulation i is .. : ] ) :: Itleuelied und Hroun (',Mons at Wholesale Prices. Fruit of Loom nt

I saw many pine-trees, that had ]lately been ]large. 10 cent' ; 1O-I Sheeting" 25 eciitN.A ;

cut down, and though 18 inches in diameter Light literature U in great case:< of splendid Standard I'rlntN" lit <( cents' per yard.pi .
this and : I ) : 1
day generation. There is
, II. they were the greatest part sap. I counted it which is elevating in its : \ :}- Wo are Agents for IHiVM.V A; ( O., leading] Clothiers] New York City. ... .

their years growth, and found some to bo teaches] good and wholesome! 1<'-: \ Spring Samples now ready ; 1.1M: ) styles-sixty of them from 115 to $25: per Hnlt.

about oO, some 40, and others 30, but one mixed with deadly poison. (' ] \ Fit guaranteed. :J

large tree two foot in diameter, had only] this newspaper and) it adds in the to land their has IItt tract more ] ;:.t'1" \ visit to our establishment:
four inches of !sap and: I counted 130 years versity. A good story imparts a "! ] inferior Goods, we uie/ the CheiipeMf l)ry Goods, llonwe" front .Maine to

growth or red circles! ; here was a well dug son, which is more forcibly \'" ('! !< ) Florida. W3Tm li

on declining ground the water, which wassweet the mind in this withmi could,I he c5 L T. TPSC "" :1 :"i: :>' ,
other. Thero!
any is no surfeit of .
rose to within or fi; foot of the surface erature. The demand is in excess of New York Olllce, N.fl. ( or. Ontro and Thin! Ht.s.: : ,
of the ground at the distance of 100 )ply. It is the dessert:< that follows: 8:1: %Walker:Street.: J I7'u t{ Fernandina, "'In, '

yards from the river, and perhaps eight foot suUstantial viands: ] ,
above it. "yellow-covered" literature I ]
most pernicious. This., though \] .W. &
We rowed four miles down the river to even by our most respectable SA.lNTJ3OIi3Sr.

Iunn'sIsland] which Lord Adam Cordon read almost entirety by the 'lower ( -- _.. ,
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those whose: education is completed
has petitioned for ; it contains about, 1500 ability to read Jl\o l'rntply11, ,

acres more or less of good swamp and some ambition does not lead them to "
hammock.Vc then took the right-hand fields of science. The false notions: i -,.:f; h ,,' -: :$ -,.:_: .,.'! '. t
creek up to Dunn's lake, observing much from tlli sourceseriouslvinjure t ('(' t
of the reader and unfit him or ]her for .
good swamp on both sides, the creek being: ly performing the daily! duties! of

generally 150 yards broad, and two fathoms our relations to society arc tll'l'rlll Z'W HAVE JUST RECEIVED ZI
deep ; on the west-side there is two points of the standard taught by such ill-:< I
ilization, education and morals] will
low land, which comes close! to the creek :
come Huper-cmiiient.
.,.. 0.1' :About noon we entered the ]lake, whose general There i is another source of moral ( I
( Is '. ination disseminated:, h Jlw\II1of t f
course N and H, 1: and about 15 )
miles long the upper-end turns toward the which jH.TvadcH and pollutes the I By Hail, Steamer, and Sail i
classes! of society Newt-parier' *, full ( c o ( I O
east't encamped the north-side in a ing\ tales and terror-inspiring footor )

cypress-swamp:: )part of it marshy its bank gantly; printed and profusely! tlltu..

next the lake was! a foot above the water, widely circulated and] extensively PQen m
which vice is made ''
to '
but back was lower until the pinelandsbegirt arid evil I is regarded) superior to A LARGE STOCK OF

within half a mile; this north-side is all outward semblancetiese

generally a narrow cypress-swamp to the violate the proprieties but the I v "
tainly there, though sugar-coated. ,
pines widening little in some branches. I i
ushers understand how to eater to '
:!ith. Fine pleasant] morning. Scout I verted tastes of their readers, and '

early! and landed on a Miiall island of near I them achieve great wealth by so
I They doubtless consider their mi-tn ] FUlitNITURE !
100) L
acres, marsh]
fart cypresvswamp part ,
: quiring it legitimate and honorable, ) << .
and piney palmetto, It cry rotten black soil, man who ]looks below! the i OQ

mixed with white sand : Wo landed on a : views the mysterious \\'( !;' of } : I

low biniI'uf muscle and snail-shells, generally ,, man nature, know that this WI'Il i I II '
tained! at fearful cost to the sons and t
broken and Ilflw ('rl..l.hy thtBurgI'S of ten of Adam and Kve.: I --ANDGENKRAL j I .
the lake ; here, a* well as in mont other In tills* matter parent have a duty] I '

places] on any high dry bank on tharivcror ('rn. They need wisdom and ( I II

iu branches the soil is good, are found enable watchful them,ue show'discharge begin almost it. I MERCHANDISE.
fragmen of old Indian pots and orao e. cradle. Their vigilance thould I I'i

trees, which clearly demonstrates, that till''loril" laxed. It i U better far better to i II
} Indians inhabited everyfertile u preventive than an antidote.! I '
tll.tn ,
child in the right teach it to ] ] : << -+ .
St. Joh,, river lakes I I way I
and brunchc] ** now
t ; en-thing impure and debating) let '
tlla*h. maple thin and pavla! are all mind learn tu admire the right, I

green and shunt out several inches,,the cypress tidy strive to be and to do good : : : .

I is, in full{ Mourn! the waterxik b"gins proper versity mental of it, und fowl in the abundance breakers ( 5 E?;: : CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK.. :, I fSt ,
to look); yellow and the :
nwttt guns jut ca'!t-- many u happy hmiie hu. h IH-CII wrts' ) << :
Ing ft'* leave : the north-end of this Inland IlJ.uv..II'i1. Ab how much of --

}js pine and palmetto, then high swamp ; the we rt'4lIiru1'1" ../,.,'. J''urnnl.Cl.I t -.; i' t

east-end low. Leaving the bland, we' encamped } .' .
R Tilt UKrK.ll. TO /..! I' -. ,
1 where we did the! night; before un abed I 'fo: /j-I

of long tine-mos. u* prtwrve us: from The city ">f Mempld tried. tu MI- ____..l... -- : : ''JiiitiT. ': ; :*
debt of 110111"IJCIl..III.t t.y> JI Jl1. .. -
the very low damp ground which N \'eryunpleasant Jtatlof I the cit)"'* charter "A ,.'('(' SANB&Rff1r.!
and).dangerou,<< PllOlut8l1 to take charge of all tlur .. A. !


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I'a AFlfAlltS IN VHAXCn.;; At least: five \ \ "eloquent'1 address: <;IMICAI: : DIKIXTOKY.UuH \Ktn corxTY. I Assessor of Taxes-Thomas Ilarcn, Cotton
the Editor cs will be delivered the rourtcofthcsummer --
To of t/ic.l/irrort
1 is now upon 1191'hat! : a ma"s of good) <><1 Stale Officers. County J,rdge-I ll. I). Davis, Sanderson. 1'lal1t.] N.
PARIS', FR.\ cE, June 0, 1881. advice will thus )be given, which, if gathered,) Ult'rkIJ.' Potts, 111111pr on. Collector of Icl'CIIllt'-I.'redcrlc Foy,
al; The visit of the President of the Chamber into volumes, would) answer: quite as wel 1 LAND OFFICE, OAtXESVILLn.Rryhter : Sheriff tf. C, Hcrndon, Sanderson.Ixsc8AOr Ocala. G.tnrhn

to his native town lias given rise to a number for !successive! years Receiver-L. .t. Barnc, Gainesville. of T.rcs-Geor 1' Canova, San Fort Superintendent of Schools-U. ,
t 1 The commencement has !become a -John 1Hollill!* GainesvilleMartin! derson.Collector.
college .
t of interesting anecdotes!' of his youthful stereotyped affair ; substantially! sam ...'rtrr'ynr.r I't/rraf-/ \\Inloclll Talla of Jicicnitc-Richard Kennedy, MONROE rOUXTY.Key .

'r" ; ,1a '!''I. Not the least curious of these is one now that; it was forty or fifty years ago. I It t hassee.I Darby) \'ille.Superintendent. COl/Illy/ .1Iftl7c-Cha. :S.! Baron, Key .c't.Cltr1.l'ete'r .

related yesterday to a member of the Parisian might he made,) I far more interesting and ifc. imrnrcT: cornr.Judge ; of 8d"Jols-\" "'. Cobb T. Knifihr Key West
has its And the -Thomas Settle: Olustee. Slcriff-Oeur .\. ]l'Illerritt, Key WCt..h..c .
i u i M. Gainhclta 'Icnior.II I/on fill than it is. But it uses. : Jacksonville.
by ,
press young man likes it who has! now reached Mnrflinl-J. H. )Durkee, Jacksonville IIRVDFOKI ('Ol' T\'. ,QOr' of /'C-Wultcr C. Maloney, Jr.,
t ho said, owes his existence to me, for I prevented the most! eventful day of his life" And the Clrrk Philip) Walter Jacksonville Comity Jiutyc-J. It. Richard, )'rO\'ie]<'ncc. West.

his becoming sailor. )Filled with young ladies like it. And it will hold) its IXTI.KXU.; KEVKM'E.CoHcitor ; Clerk-Ileiiry 1-'. York, Lake Butler. Collector of Jel'Clllfc-Walter 0. Maloney) ,

enthusiasm by the !story of Jean Bart he insisted own for some years to come Sheriff W. W. Turn hi in, :Starke.Assessor Jr., Key West.
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fx; s -\)vnEagan\\ \ ; Jacksonville.! Superintendent of Schools-J. \ Harris Key
: on going to sea. At the age of twelve We will be happy to receive early noticesof of Tares-N. Wainwright, Lake
f I fommcnccmcnK and will )publish then COt-MXTOIW: OF CTSTOMS.John Butler.Collector. West.
he escaped one day from under the paternal if thievarebriefaultothepoint. 'The nuni- W. Houcll, ).'crnnlleHlla.wllr of Revenue-Bunberry Hayncs! NA!8AU\ COC TY. '-
roof, to embark on a ship just about to sail ber of graduates and the names' of those 01 ]';;,) ,) Hopkins!, Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Superintendent. County Judtje-Ilinton J. Baker, Fcrnandina. -

Fortunately for him, I caught him in time whom honorarydcgreesare conferred( should John I.. House, St. Augustine.: of SellOols-I.. B. Rhodes{ ) .
: and brought him back." be "stated.: The colleges arc so many that J. :M. Currje, Cedar, Key.Shh Starke. Clerk-.. A. Edwards; Fernnndina.
our space will not permit us to make extended IIRKVARII: COfXTY. Sheriff Peter Cone, Fernandina.Assessor .
While passing before the Court of Justice reports of these e erd !!.-Xcw York County ..Tltllyc.Jan1C'slcCror City "f Tares-Win. H. (Garland, }Fer
) .
yesterday, M. Gambctta exclaimed to a Ohscmr. Officers.nxncuTivi Point. nandina.Collector i .

companion : That is where gained my first : 1'F.r.\ItT\a: : T.iorrrorVut.1) Clerk-.\. A, :Stewart; : Titusvillc.Assessor of Revenue-Warren F. Scott, Fer

success as an orator, long before the llaudin CWAlir.TTK:: POISOX. ( ) Blovham,; Tallahas.se. of Taxes Wallace II. :Moses, Gcor- nandina.Superintendent. '
( of Schools-" A. Mahoney,
that J.irltlemwl.Govef/lur-J..ivil1l.toll: W. Bethel gianna.Collector
Physicians are generally agreed cigarette
f i affair. It was a question: about a party wall I, smoke is the worst form in which tobacco Key West.Sernttiry of 1CI'CII/lC-1, :M. Platt, Lake Jcs-" Callahan t

and I, pleading against Jules Farre, won can be used, !since the paper' is often of Stale-John L. Crawford, Tal sup, Orange CiMinty.Superintcndiat OR\.\XOECOUNTY.County .

I my case. On that day the king himself was poisonous' the tobacco artilically I flavored, lahassee.Cnmjnroller. of! Schools-.\. Grady. I.jiGrunge. Judije-11. L. Summerlin, Orlando.
not master." and the smokers inhaled) into the )lungs -"'. I). Barnes: Tallahassee. Clerk-J. I' Hughey, Orlando.)
J my The Philadelphia Times/ publishes the opinions Trm.ml'er-H.nr A.I1ngle'm CT\Y COCXTV. ."rriff-Tllf'lJIns W. Shine. Fort Reid.
: : The event of to-day has been the unveiling of several leading medical( men to the .WJrm'-G/l-Ol'orge 1' Rain.y'J'alin- County( Judge, -J. T. Copcland Orange A'sesmr of Taxes\ -James: M. Owens ort
i by the illustrious visitor of the monument above ctlect. )Dr. Pepper, Provost: of the hassee.Coininixaioncr. Park. Reid Fla.C"llcl'lor.

t T erected to the memory of the soldiers University of Pennsylvania, declares thai of Lands Hugh A. Corley. Clerk-O. A. Buddington, Green Cove (of 1CI'r/c-Xat. 1'oyntz, Orlando.Superintendent .
. ',; f; i' and "mobiles" of the lot who perished cigarettes bring on indigestion and impaired Tallahassee.Sdjicrintenilcnt. Springs. / of Schools John 'r. neck,
,h vision ; Dr. Risley, an oculist! says that he of J'ublic I/I, lru'ti'mK.); Sheriff James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Fort Keid.
? is of
during the German war. The structure has had two 'patients within a week who) Foster, Tallahassee.l Springs.! I'UTXAM ('OU T\ .

.: granite and white stone, and represents the have been made blind by smoking, and other :It Adjutant-General,;. Yonge, Tallahassee Assessor of Tare.*-Win. Conway, l"n "!Ilcr, Judge of J',1JIIle-B. Harrison, Palatka.
E: j' death) of Captain Foullado at Aurigny. The doctors! arc equally emphatic. Dr. Roberts : IIUftEVU OF IMMIOIt.\TIOX. Collector of Iteeenue-W'ni. :S.; Plummcr, f'lak'-\V.1'. Forward I'alatku.
whole is supported by life-size figures of soldiers Bartholow says : "It is: high time that ('unlmixxionrr-A.:1. Robinson! Tallahas Maxville. .Sheriff' Thomas :Shally.Assessor ; .
,;: .. something were done to put a slop to this: see.Clerk Superintendent (f Schools-:\[. F. Geiger: I -:S.; 1-.:. Tiniinons.Collector i
of the various army corps: which took frightful evil which is stunting tile growth -R. t!. Long, Tallahassee. :Mu ic I,Helmrg. of! Revenue-Joseph Price.
)t' part in the national defence. In front of the and) ruining the health of thousands of boys. Special A"r/llR-Samuel Flli rlml1 ks. Astor COLfMDIV COUNTY. Superintendent/ of Public Schools J. "'.
I It is just horrible to see these boys-little Building, Jacksonville ; I). S. Place, Waldo.HUPKKMi ( Strickland.
monument ornamented
:1 platform tastefully
: a ,
County Julge-1V. M. Ivcs, Jr"Iok'l'it '.
of )
fellows many them not more than eight ;: COURT TAYLOK COfXTY.CiiuiitiiJiidye .
\. I .. with guns! sabres, revolvers and imitation or ten years old) not street boys, but well) Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.Sheriff .
JusticeV;. M.
of tho Legion of Honor wnsC Chief Randall Jacksonville. / J. W. Perry, Lake City. ?-W. II. Parker, ferry
crosses dressed and nurtured hOi-
carefully : gathered
t.-, in knots in where Associate, Justcc! --J. Westcott, j jr., Tallahas Assessor of Taxes-L. "', PUvcrslake City. Sheriff': :""Thomas Ostccn: Perry.
raised for the accommodation of the distinguished : some corner they
: see. Clerk-John C. (Calhoun Perry.
Collector of Ta.rrR-.J. L. Parish, Lake City.
think they will not he olservel.leornin to
guests. smoke. i'nrl'nlsleo their sons getting thin Associate Jtt.qticc-H. B. Van Valkenbnrgh, Suiicrintendent, of Schools-Juliuspotsdamer, Superintendent of Schools-T. J. Franklin,

1J: i I' At half-past three this afternoon. Gambctta and yellow and irritable, the family doctor Jacksonville.Clerk Lake City. Perry.
: -C. II. Foster Tallahassee. T"I'w/er-D.: Sutton .
{ I ((2' attended by the friends who accompanied'hint is called) in, and without going to the root of PCVAL COUXTY. County Perry
N. .
I' 1 from Paris, and surrounded by a the evil prescribes tonics which.do no perceptible CIIllTIT Jl'DtlKS.! Comity Judge William* .\. McLean, Jack I County fetor Surveyor it f Jtel'Clwe-' Perry.Coll I,
good. HI'.t Clicuit, -Augustus Maxwell; I'en- son"ille.
?"l $: ., large gathering' of officers and prefectorial "The prodigious increase of cigarette sacola.Second. Clerk-Thomas E. Buckman, Jacksonville. I .IsxcxsorrJ' 1i1J't'S--:; II. Peacock, Perry. !

. .t .J < authorities, procecle1 to the Palace Lafayette smoking among bovs in the last four years Cll'eltll-avi41)) :S. \Valker'I'allahassee. ) Sheriff:....Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville. ST. JOHX'H rouxTY.

; 1 I. ; where the monument was duly un- I is an evil which will t tend, to the deterioration Assessor 1 of 1i1.rCS-A\ J. Prcvatt Jacksonville. County ./wlIr-\1.: K. Cooper, St. Augus
.1. ysiled to tile music of the "Marseillaise of the race if it i is not checked. But it Third Circuit-E.: J. \'al1l1.lal1iIlOlI.( tine.
M.: ,
i J is not hard to account: for. Boys arc very Fourth Circuit-.1atlW's; Baker Jackson Collector of ICI't"lIIc-oses J. Brown, ('/<'rk-B.trtolo F. Olivcros, :St.; Augustuic.Sheriff .
; i amid the enthusiasm of un immense crowd imitative. They follow the fashion with ville.Fifth. Jacksonville.:; / Kamon Hernandez) / Augustine l

a;i': j a of spectators. Several speeches were made, promptness and zeal. Cigarettes arc the rage Circuit-James B. I Dawkins! Gainesillc. Superintendent of Schools-Albert .1. Russell .1.'. t'.wJof Taxes-David! L. ]Dunham, St.
1 r with more or less eifect, and when the President at Harvard. It is the correctthingto smoke \ :. : Jacksonville Augustine.Colin :

<, ,. forward to deliver his allocution these poisonous little rolls: of tobacco and) Sixth Circuit-II. L. 31iteIiehl'I'anipa. HAMILTON[ : TOfXTY. tor of 1t'I'CIW-JO'l'l'h: }'. Llambias)
., came paper. Whatever fashionable in great Seienlh Ci'uil-\r. Archer Cocke, Sanfoiil; Augustine..
t.", 1r l'ectfull1ilenco was observed by all )present school like Harvard) is:' sure in a very short Clerk Coiiiitif-J.Judge Caldwell-Henry ,1. Stewart, Jasper.:< Sn/xrinttiident of! S<'hools-C. 1l'l' >all,

: : interrupted only by patriotic cries of time to be fashionable: among young; men .JtI-1)1) <'r. St. Augustine.; '
< < nrtFiitsr('uh'lulur. Sheriff James ;M! Duncan Jasper.Assessor : -
.j Vive la France." M. Gambctta, with his and boys" all over the country. Another / of Tares: -J. R? Hunter Ancrum.Collector sr.MTEll ('Ol' 'fY.

It 1, f usual eloquence, stirred the souls of all pres. very great fond cause):' of of imitating the mischief their is elders.that) : boys:Smoking :; are J'',fl 7i.'m- nurriT. of !l'rcnIe-\V. H. II. McLcod, Clerk Om"llIIlyclll'nr=Thomas Ivey\' S.Cassidy, Leesburg. ,

.'..:,\= eat by his touching reference to the army of in public places! ought to liedisconritgcd.'Cuero \ Santa Rosa, Monday; in October.! Columbia/ County.Nap'rintrndcutof'bi'oolsJoshua. I r. Roberts / :-,]. S. Dyches]) Leesburg.Assessor Ltcsburg.Sheriff !! .
'! '70 and '71. In the course of his address) he ought to )be a !sentiment created( Walton1th; Monday in October. Ancrum. of Tuxcs-l P. Wall, Webster.Collector : .
against! it, and the press: is: the power to create Holmes[ Wednesday after -tthr"lIclay; ,
said : "Nations that wish: to maintain their in October.Washington. of ltercimteol51tV.. Dyches,
itr.nx! 1I11
i such a "sentiment. Every man when ho
; .', rank in the world must:: continually stimulate smokes in public ought;; to think that h<> is :Monday? I after tilt Monday County/ Judijc"'. L. Frierson, Brooks- Lccsburg.Superintendent: / ) + of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
( : tho patriotism of the rising generationby encouraging some boy to smoke. The boy in October. ville. SIIIII Il'n'lIIe.
spectacles! such as these. Nations which will smoko a cigarette;; imagining that he ..Jal'llOIlJ.1lollt1a: after 41 h ;Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville.)
will get less: tobacco in that way and I ignorant October.Kscambia.. SIIl'I'iff-J. Mickler! Brooksville. K'WAXEE;; COL'XTY.
IJ l: I, 1'1 ?aro j jealous pf their 11)1,111111\111&, and untarnished of (tho fact that cigarette smoking Is the : : 1st ;Monday<< in December.Tiiis ) Assessor of Taxes-Frank E.Saxon: Brooks- County .JaYIJ-\L 1>1. Blackburn, Live
:! glory must! inako military sacrifices! to most )p'ernlclous form in which tobacco is act amended section :2 of act of February ville.Collector. Oak.

I ::1 j tho public weal.:' used Tobacco in any form' is: a great injury 10, lH7t>, and docs not change tho of Revenue-... M. Townsend Clerk-Robert' A. Reid: ), Live\ Oak.

# 'rho President went on to deplore (that to a growing boy, and the fashion: of inhaling Spring Term. Brooksville. Sheriff' .. John J{. Sessions; Live Oak.
; the smoke and) then forcing it out Till 111) ClKCt'IT. Superintendent( of Schools/ -I). II. Thrasher: Assessor of TII.1ca11.. :Sessions:; ; ".cJ-
I !, :. Prance, in time of peace, was: not so united through the nose deadly:, in its ellccts.! It SprintTerm- Fort Dade. )born.
tile battlefield( but expressed fervent causes catarrh in the throat after ; Collector of Revenue-Ilobcrt) F. Allison '(.
as on air passages' : Taylor, 1st Tuesday 1st Monday inApril. .IUI,1! >I1\0Rot'on COfXTY.Cuuntii ,
4 hope that tho final( 'union of all Frenchmen and nose! and makes the smoker disgusting:< L. Crane Live Oak.
as well as puny and stunted'uu will find Madison, :Monday) ; in April. .1"dye-1f. Tampa.perkViii. ) Superintendent of Sdwols-J O. C. Jones,
; would be an accomplished fact Former that these ( C. Brown, Tampa. Live Oak.
cigarette: smoking Youths have Hamilton, 1th Monday: in April.Suwancc .
r: governments had sinned ; some by arrogance) impaired) digestions, small and\ poor muscles \ 1st Monday[ after Ith Monday Slll'riffIsnac( ] Craft, Tampa. VOI.fSIV:' COt'XTY.County ;
Assessor l 7il.1CII-B. E.:
1! : <.] some by weakness: others by apathy, and) irritable tempers! and a lack of capacity in April. (, Jll'rlul'If of liere'iite-\V., Sparkman F. Buns,, Tampa.Tampa. Judije-James II, Chandler, Enterprise -
for substantial effort/ of kind, awl 1 believe Columbia 3d:; nft'rtlh .
any Monday Monday
\ft, : ; all had led. the country into catastrophes. Niijwririh'inleat of SdllJoII.1'/ 1 lendersonTampa. )
von will that) that they hi not SlJ'l'l'ellln in April. Clerk-John. Dickins,
i.. HIt cannot happen again, (for wo have: two life 'the mien who win arc the glen of strung Lafayette, (Tuesday: ) after 4th Monday B/lm'ff-W. A. Cone, Enterprise.Enterprise. I ;;
j guarantees that the sword of Franco will phYlilllle. A cigarette smoking 1 ho, y twill not in April. JKFFKRSOX.County : Assessor of 71I.1rll-John' Anderson, Enterprise

I. never again become the weapon of advent make 11 strong/ o)1:111. 1'h'l'o are some of the Fall 1'alll- J"duI'-.T, B. Christie, Monticcllo.Sheriff :' '
4 i userslhesoar0coupul5orymilitary: servicefor \ evils which the individual brings/ upon him Taylor, 1st Tuesday after lt Monday in { :=--'t. B. !Simkins Monticcllo. Collector of Revenue-John 15. Jordan, De- I
.. ., I' self. But tho mischief does not btop with OUt t)Ier. (:,1erk-W. C. Bird: Monticcllo.Superintendent Land.
: all, and the power of the people to express the t dividual) but is transmitted) to his oil- ;Madison Monday: in October. of Sc'houlx-\V. It. Taylor, Superintendent! of Schools-A. Cranshaw!! ,
their will for peace or war. I will only spring. Nervous: peculiarities' are just as Hamilton, 4th Monday in October. Monticcllo.Coiinti t Enterprise. ",

add that Franco is not to lend an ear to those!! readily transmitted!! physical! 'peculiarities. Suwannec,1st Monday after 4th ;Momlay) '/ Treasurer. "'. 3[, Cirardcau, Monttcello. WAKfLLV ('Ol' TY. F

1 who wish to lead Into dilllcultirs. Peace The n 'llIlrl'lllrritnhilitr. imperfect develop in October. County+ JH ,
you ,
ment and loss of nervous: force of the father Columbia, :kI3londaynfter4thi Monday Collector of 1t'l'e'llIe-.1 !' Palmer) Monticcllo. S/lm'.JJ.W.: H.
-tho only true l'eacc-l:4 based on organized is inherited by thochild), who in turn further October. Cleric-( Nat. Walker\Valk9r, Crovrfonlvllle. "'

military strength. Whatever rumors maya impairs! his health by the same: process, so ifayettc, Mb Tuesday after 4th Monday Assessor of TII.1ell-J. 1'. Grantham Waukccnult. Superintendent, of Sehools, Cra"J-\f.mville.T. Duval) j
that in the ,
of three
course four October.
or generations ( .
be sent abroad, know that you are musters: Crawfordville.
there must be a great deterioration) in FOfUTII CIIlCt'IT.Sjirinff LAFAYKTTE COUNTY.
,; .of your own destinies.Vhat Franco wishes : the ra'-e. The sale of cigarettes to County TreasurerV.V.. Walker, Craw A .
j Tt'rlll- County Jud'je" J. Dixon, New Troy fordville. k
t the Republic wishes l, and nothing can should be prohibited by law." : John's in March. Thomas Walker Collector
t :St.. .. :2d Tuesday Sheriff New Troy of JleeenueY. II. Walker. Craw-
'' f now stand against- the national will.\ i lay, 4th puestlay Inar[ 'h. (/erg-IIowell -oL jiawKins* few Troy, loruviue..ttsettor A .

*. ? .' After assuring:! his hearers that the country "Win. the 'omlligmcti work ?"' Is.I Ilrulford,1st Tuesday in April. Superintendent of&/WJ1r-J.C.Hamsey, New of Taxes-C. It. Reynolds. Craw-
the question sc'ciJtileally' \ discussed: :< by our Maker 'il Tuewlay in April.: Troy. fordvillc.
) ardor) )
wanted and to
I I If J: only peace develop shed'! 'hativocuniemporary' the New Orleans Nassau l ; Tuesday) in April. County Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New
i J her natural resources, M. .mh-tl.con.hnl.- times. By work. it means: manual: labor, Duval, 1st Tuesday) May.Fall Troy. oo'a FLORIDA
i' i vil by paying a glowing tribute to thu Government which recalls: o us the despairing remark of Tt'rlll- Collector of Revenue-Newton :Sapp.:; New q ron
r' National Defence, saying that if an cll1<'u''I1 An>ciiui.i, whose 1I11110ubtl.'Ilprof' St. John's 2d Tue.sday<< in :September. Troy, JKM'KI.ItY.FIIOM .
r :'_" it had not had justice rendered it until today actouplhshntcns( failed) to provide Clay Itli Tuesday in September.Bradford. ..tIII'III1'Jrif Taxes-.\. S.Acklcy) New Troy
I If it would gain; a high )place in the opinion feoitable"'sulquro for his family : "I ie.) ). 1st Tueswlay: in October. LEON COUNTY, FISH SCALE
: i I of posterity. \[. Gambctta was )loudly chore to 'ou. he saul tit a sympathizing BakerL: Tuesday in October.
i : cheered as ho returned to his hotel ;friend, I believe I shall have to rexort to :Nassau 3d) Tuesday in October. Counti/ JwlJt'C, Byrd Tallahassee SEA BEAN, SEA: SHELL,
} manual labor Aiid he said 't' without a Duval), 1st Tuesday) in November.FIFTH Sheri-,( A.. Moselcy( Tallahassee.\ PALM ALLIGATOR TEETH .
j r. imspicio'i that (there was anything except Clerk-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee
CO3t3lR\CEU CO.MIXJ. the pav'iosoi': de lel'ailonll1'hls fearful re CIIM.TIT.Sjniny Sujierideuteutf&/wolll-lIenr) N. Felkel) Also, }.'RTIIEHXS
I /I' Tho time for tho college commencement solve. The Tidies roncedcj) that the immigrants TermSumter Tallahassee AXD FBATIIERFLOWERS
i I' has come The voice of the young orator is : wilt'I worn-, but makes the faint t that Monday: in March. Treasurer J. L. )Demilly, Tallahassee. : ORANGE( : STICKS
I I, heanllntheland. 'l'hcunl1\'uidalJleorulion we can.iot always depend) upo.i t this element Marion, 4th Monday; in March. .. Collector of Revenue=C. C. Pearce, Tallahassee SEA :SHELLS; ETC.:
I I 'a is ready and waiting anxiously to get itself to plough :Iioe, d'-' ; plant build "Some Putnam, 3d Tuesday after 4th Monday in For sale and '
r t.'It '., ,delivered. The woods and tho shores, and day it will end Practically, the last Irishman March. .1 su'x or of Ta.rrs-H. A. Croome, Tallahas made to order.
;1 ;: now and' then a convenient barn are made) I IJ German. Scandinavian: Italian will Levy, 4th Tuesday alter 4th Monday in see. T. "'. A.VSIIY,. t

J,; the theatre for rehearsal where the young have come oveVill the American then, March. IKVY Itil'XTY. 10 Centre St., bet. Second and Third, i,
; it. orator puts himself through vigorousHrain-- pure aad simp'o Yankee Doodle! go to Alachua, 4th 3loulayafter 4th Monday in County Jitdrif"". II.:Sebring Bronson; -.1'
'. ,t' lug rejoicing as strong, man to run a race. work? Yankee fashion, we answer: this March I. Clerk-J. M. Barr Uronson.:, Ntoti'cs and -
In u very few weeks the reports will come in question:! by asking another: Wi'l' a hog Fall TrrmSumter,1st- htriff-J. S. Parker, Bronson.Asfeswr TJ..wllr.
.i: I from tho many Keats of learning and the root rather than die? Our well-known correspondent Monday in October. of 7i'I-I..lUi1i .\Pl'ell, lIronsl>n. -- -
l bachelors of arts will go forth for the battle in Texas, Mr. Murray, says that Marion( 3d 1 Monday in October. Collector of Rel.t'IIIIt-J. Ira Goje, Cedar W. I KTIICKTY,
I I 'I of life. the high-beol hogs-the bloats{ uristo" rats Putnam 3d Tuesday in November. Key.Supsriittendettt. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
f And now begins also the struggle) for hon of .their species-will not ; they will die Levy, 4th Tuesday) in November. ( of Sdool-.1. 1J. M mien-
1!:: orary degrees.! The people would pleased rather than root for a living The fine .Alachua) ht Monday after 4th Tuesday In hall, Bronson.
'. have their minister's provided with breeds November.
\ ; to name of cows likewise perhsli on .
t an extra handle and they ask the corporation { he bays, unable or unwilling to make thenecesoary bEVKXTII.CIKCCIT.. Ij tlj
t T of a college so to adjust it. And the sirusjle; : for existence Is our too SprintTerm- Judge-II. M. Witherspoon, Madison. (

worthy i>a.- tor has friends who join in the highly civilized man to po in the same way? Orange, 4th Monday in January : fs,,
I I t I 1 petition, and ctich institution ft thus besought The philosopher) : of the Tim suggests that Volusia. 3d Monday I in February.Brevard. Sheriff S. 3(. Hankins, Madison, '
to gratify and honor a deservIng !; there must be Cltrk-John :\1. BegW. MadisonHufterinttHJfHl
; many bomeilrng in the climate or ). 1st Monday in March. I
s man. Thus, year by year, an army of conditions of life here that renders men constitutionally Dade( 3d Monday in April. of Schools-E, S. Tyner, 5f4w
\ doctors of various degrees of honor is enrolled ) indisposed to labor. And he Fait TermOrange- Madison.:
I and in the church militant titles are mentions it as a queer thin;.:that "we art! the :ftl :Monday In August.Volusia : tvltlliiTrttPuffT8'. S. Smith: Madison
x almost) as abundant as\ in the civil service. only people) who bend round the world for :2d Monday in September. Collector of Iterynue-M. H. Warring, Mad ,
,. And what a deluge of oratory from "dis oilier people to come and do our work." Brevanl. ith Momlay in September.Dade ison. "y''' 3:
tlngull h l speakers will boon be !itourcd Cheques!!ion i is, What is to become of the } :!Monday\ November.. .",euol' of Tiucc-II. I). Wu, worth, Madison. I 4 ,,- -.

upon (tatient audiences 1 One United States country when we are all natives, ? Americans ,
Senator has already been beset by nine colleges it it said, take to l\lit I!! indoor) labor, to MANATEE COfXTY. ( 'j
'' all anxious to be. addressed by him. clerkships, bchoolmusiering) bwvcring, pill. County Ofllrvr County Judge /. T. Crawford, Manatee.
: Even the writer of this! line once received a making and preaching, to tpccnLit'iiff, btkssing. ALACHl'V OH'XTV.lnnty Clerk-Robert S. Griffith Manatee.

letter from a College Literary Society (it was ; managing things; to IlIal1ng and going JJjt-Jmm\-i C. (Gardner Gaines lamffWut..on, tine Level.Arf .
twent.tiveyeant ago or more) in such wordsas to Congress, and being liar-tenders! or aldci- ville.Ctffk. t rof Tuxes-:ti.; J. Tyler, Bradentown STOVES. HEATERS
these; Dear Sir-Wo were disappointedin men But, As everybody can't hell dry) goods -J. A. Carlisle) Gainesville.Sheriff Collector pf Rt'1'l'ltuelarloll O, Carlton, : RANGERS
our expectations of securing the ex-Pre i.f nor be conductor on a Pullman ear; keep John W. Turner, Gainesville.At l'ol'llI-h. TIN AND SHKET-IRON: WARE,
f lent, John Quincy Adaius, to address us at bar nor go to Cousruss ; make pal'lIt'iII I :J o" *C"r vf Taxt -George W. Hawthorne, Auperinkuotetot of Sc-llooll-t'eJix J. Seward, ROOFING AND '
the approaching commencement, and now invent a new religion: it is hinted that\ wo lawthorne. Pine level GUTTERING,

the Hon. Daniel) Webster, on whom we reJied shall all revert to the original: fy|*', and become t.WI cur of It'rclClu-Cl.. Thomas, Gaines!; M.UUOS l'OUNTY. PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC:
informs us that he cannot ,come. In "big: Injuns." It i-sagood. is>u > ioorgan yule. fl'SwptTiNC'.t County Jt .fyf Samuel }', Marshal, Ocala. .\ large stock of Stoves
this emergency wo appeal to you und ask: izo a new party| on. '0 I pass: it along to nI of $( __W. N, Sheats Clfrt-Robert Bullock, Ocala. call, and on hand. Give mea
the favor of au address, etc., etc." Wuklhtb.L'oxio* Herald. Gainesville. ;: Sktrijf A, U. Crutchfiekl, Ocala- other houses here. or my eUewhcre.prices with those of

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lII."TS FOR Tin: G..f1UJEX. sugar out of the molasses sent from neighboring : and no stagnant pools left tuulrained withinn 3.OQO. 1881.T 1
sugar-houses.!' Initwor+ (' central sugarhouse of nilh"l'llin Then they can be .
[To the 1'iUtnr of Me Mirror : Milk bv the and most abundant
I is now a settled institution among us. cheapest
I note that many of our :Southern:; papers The time Is not far distant, in consequenceof all alkalies[ common lime Therefore this .

[publish articles on garden cultivation, ways the benefits accruing from such system, ought to he poured into every l'rl oloolllnil !

planting caring for plants, ('t{'. Now, this when the sugar industry of Louisiana will spring. A pound of strong lime to every '
jof reach such a phase of prosperity as never ono hundred gallons; of! stagnant: water i issufficient. EX E
[!is all very well), perhaps, for the North, was equaled even in the prosperous days: of Hut ('\"l'nl1 pound to one thousand ,

.;' where the season is short, whore hot-bc(1f, long ago. One of the advantages theccn t : gallons: of cistern or drinking water

.' [glass frames and exposure to sun is needful tral sugar-houses will )be 1fair division of will kill t them.althoujili it will prihaIlygive: I if

Ito advance and ripen but here whereone labor-attiifqtta; non ;in the expansion of the water nn unpleasant: flavor 1\II11111ake it
crops great manufacturing industries of our times. "too hard" for most domestic tastes
i [ can plant every day in t the year, shade, One can now raise a crop of cane without 1

) low growth and water Is more needed. concerning himself about making the sugar JlousilloLrli.loli'l.l UOl:.

# : For example, I see lately ft plan to train -that part of the work is to lll'colIIIl'r, -

i,. [tomatoes on frame, grapes on a side trellis, fectly! independent of the culture.! Of late To soften resin melt it, and while in ,n
we have had manufacturing planters ; now state of fu.sion add tar The jnopcr' degree FLORIDA MIRROR 'i
[vines trained to run on frames, etc. Now, we will simply have planters!, who after of hardness can be ascertained by' dropping);

rpr here all these want rather a low growth, raising the cane, will leave to the manufacturers : a smalll'orlllllt of the melted mass into waster

*J+ [near the ground, so that leaves will shade the task of extracting) therefrom\ the (;,1
saccharine III 11 tt('I'. Under those: circumstances ,
*i the ground and fruit. : cane culture! is within the reach of FfitMTriin l'o1islt-for /a polish to cleanup I

'", I have small garden: 40xf OfeC't ; affords men of moderate capital and of small demesnes ) and brighten old furniture )pianos: : etc\ .
,' I lHlivillul11 will be able dissolve: four ounce's of orange shellac in one
$ |mc an ample supply of vegetables through The )poorest \
4r ot'V! percent. alcohol; to this: add one I
to raise cane: and will find remunerative\ quart
4 _thc year ; perhaps:,; my methods may be off of linseed I oil ami of ::
prices for his: crop) at the. nearest central su ottart one pint turpentine ) ., ,
h use others. First, my garden is fenced gar-house. ; when mixed add four ounces of !sulphuric j

|close, so chickens or larger animals cannot Who can doubt that cultivation on small ether and four ounces of:\ :\ ammonia l
and paying basis: of infinite di- : ; mix thoroughly, before Using. Apply ;
I trespass the droppings of cow, ashes: susceptible'
; my --
with cloth and rub I time surface
\ision'will. cause!' a striking) and wonderful a or spontro,
1'1' and kitchen slops, and chicken droppings, revolution ? The small farmer, feeling confident to which it i is applied until the polish appears. ST.EI.AlV.l'i

nre collected daily and deposited in old bar-: of disposing of his crop) can invest .

refs to bo used when needed. In planting in lands with perfect I'l'lIritIUlll the seller
; : ) A l'In::\' .AM: En.rnrvi.: I l1 1 XI.'In.\XT- i
[ in rows, drills or hills, a small quantity is should 1 feel perfectly secure, !since' the buyer Half drachm of nitrate of load, dissohcd: in
.3 will have the means of discharging his obligations.
[put under and over the ccd. I have severalboxes u )pint lioilitv water ; this: solution" to 1 be,
"' The proprietor of a central sugar- Inured into a bucket of cold. water, in whichare
?.! [ :: bottom knocked out, sunk more or houso, adapting, modern impro\ements to dissolved\ two drachms of common. salt.

.' ,. ,less in the ground, inclined, and cover retained his machinery, will be able to pay a just Some. of this solution poured into. the sinks -

| to protect from frost! heavy winds, and. at the same: time, a remunerative price; and Vaults:,; about the piemi-i':<, IPil151,1)11 pulify -f--t-

(rain and Tn these I freed which to the planter without shutting the door to the place, from any dcKtorious einami-:
i : sun plant : hopi1for
legitimate )profits1'cnmayconlidcmutly lions and doth dipped in thrsolutionandiung I
; \
m Pat proper time, are tralU'1'lantell-part at a. such a state of affairs: \\ out and hung on lines about the 1
[ time-manure more or less, according to ('omit ':ary to general )belief, looms will keep the atmosphere of even a 1 1b'

plants. scattered broadcast, hood and raked. Till: "mi. lit' Lol'Isi1N.1 hospital ward sweet aiul boallhy.! Its: action 51c p l lI ls

; in. On; first setting out, shade plants: with is admirably adapted to cane: ('ultu'l.rl'r on clothes or furniture! is perfectly harmless!
severaly1'ilrsnfl'In4'oho.erytlliutlwe i have come Jluasrdcrpe+
boards or shingles. Plant, set out and cultivate to conclusion that theuvorairo density of -- _. ._- -- _._--,---
l on level with soil ; don't h'lll1or, hill. J.ouisianacane: : juiceis:
2 -1 I and off buds Ueauniur andsomelinics as high as w
top tomatoes potatoes pinch ------- --- ,
i of cucumber vines when they grow too rank. 0 or lc"rre'M-I'qual in density to till Enropean -
hect-rootjjuiect It i is easier to eulli- TIII,: rrpOWN .OIUU\ o
I. ; Plant the early low-grotviug peas, also:; po- vote cane; than to raise beets. The latter demands

; tatoes and beans, at intervals of fifteen days ; ceaseless: care and powerful fertilising. IMPHOVKMKXT COMPANYlYi'iitiiHliuu I

lettuce radish, and cabbage vacant places, ; It thrives only on very rich soil, highpriced rr y
at that, while our best lands may bonought W
fence corners, eta Spade bed when planted,
at a triflill outlar. Unfilled. ground
afterwards use hoe and. rake. Generally/ in costs: in Louisiana: S'JO: or $:?,") per acre. Those ((4 .H

t dry weather I find an old kitchen broom fields need, not be fertilized for several years, ,

handy in onion beds, and generally about whilst an acre of beets: costing more than 1'0\11'' oil It. II. 1.1 no, -
:$: :20? or &-'." in fertilizers alone, will vield but
all plants. A brickmason's trowel half worn Mud CVdar Hoy.Offers .
poorly, both in quality and quantity} compared -
is useful for transplanting and digging. An to the same area of ground in Louisiana -

old tin can, unsoldered:,; by fire, is a first rate planted in "ngarol' II'c have takenin

plant extractor. I take three laths stick in already as high; as twenty-nine tons to
the acre with no other fertilizing agency I
ground at equal dfstanceabout tomatoes and than '
beans, incline tops till they meet, take an This is ('Ilualloll yield of more than eighty; to Lessees: and Purchasers: ft large
number of the most and ll'lirahleLlltl'l !
old barrel hoop, drop over and down, whereit tons to the hectareabout; ( two altd a half suitable for llusiness: Purposes: ,:or for ==BC>C>x .A.JSTJ: :>==
whilst the
English acres), most: productive I
lodges about one foot from the ground ; City or Suburban Ilosidonres,
soil planted in beets, with the help of most I
the growing vines hang over or cling to powerful fertilizers, realizes hardly (fifty tons

, hoop, and all is strong and secure ; no nails to the aero. This", statement proves that cane UPON EASY; :::; TEU.MS.Liberal : : 1

required. I transplant almost everything I i is! far {ahead'of beet as regards; possible: yield ,
Therefore if ton of brings the
ft cane ; same
securing !stronger and more uniform growth. Discounts on Values allowed to .
price as a ton of beetroot, it (follows that
I will add what, to.most of your readers, is the Louisiana planter is more fortunate than parties: engaged in manufacturing or industrial -

new for the table: Take leeks when grown to the European planter, since he obtains ft enterprises\ who wllll'l"'It on t the property -
better ield from cheaper ground: at an insignificant purchased substantial improvements
about diameter of lead >
boil and
a pencil, for fertilizers forresi(1eu'eor. in which to condu'ttheir
t dress and :servo, same as asparagus and it expense business. JOB PRINTING HOUSE
looks, smells and tastes like and
asparagus; hardly less fortunate than the planter I INDUCEMENTS: :: TO MANUFACTIWEHS ,
t no one can tell the difference. Even in climate by for term of
I our cane yields as much as exemption a years from
c t Take ripe cucumbers, cook, dress arid i beet With less costly! and better machinery taxation, offered by the :several, cities and

serve same as egg plant, and though there is a finer grade of sugar is obtained from towns. Apply at

a difference, the cucumbers are the best cane.With open kettles in Louisiana a yellow jS-iJ-Ofllce cor. Beach 1 tC 7th sts., Fcrnandina.10tf : .

t Frost, heavy rains, winds and drouth come: sugar lunch III demand and very palatable .
i to me as to others, but planting at intervals, is obtained What a nasty stall'would re- -- -- -- ,'. "

cultivating, replanting and I sult from beet juice worked in a battery of t
watering, keep TIII r 1.0 It 11)\ .
six kettles !
Street Opposite Egmont Hotel ;
the garden full of growing crops, and can The Louisiana manufacturer well ,
table. do without the more costly: machinery of L.\ .*., :, '
European mills.: What concerns him is to S ,

good seed-feed the soil when hungry, water extract the most sugar from his cane, and ; .
at the time trto turn ,
same to the
chance to absorb the atmosphere Many advantage of beet over cane is that the:, residue i- : p'i :i ,

,t vegetables you cannot feed! too much, others can be solTl to the planters whilst! our Of the mo tCCJ' /
bagasse is a source of more inconvenience :
want a. light diet, others are moderate feed- I. than profit. Hut then what prevents us .\ ;* :;IIHII'; AND DESIRAIJLE: ; .: FLORIDA.

ers. Some will flourish on raw, fresh fertilizers from making on excellent investment of the FERNANDINA ]
: others require for plant-food a well- bagasse by transforming it into paper pulp\ ? .
seasoned article. I need not add that It has been proven that tha process )is not >- ,
a goodgarden
only feasible, but easy. Out of a ton of nine AT A TJ': OF FLORIDA, : ,
"is a thing of beauty and joy forever 180 or 200: pounds of pulp equal{ to manilla ,

." Aside from the great saving, there is pulp, worth" four or five cents a )pound, can At only $1.25 per acre to new settlers, with *

a pleasure and a satisfaction for a householdto be obtained, say for each: ton $11 f;!) the privilege of selection in parcels of ,(JO

have fresh vegetables for the table, and Dear in mind that hardly (JO per cent of acres or more. These' lands arc located on '. -0 ____.. ._. _
cane juice is extracted at the mills, amid
t here we can sow, plant and gather every day moreover, that each ton of bagasse! burnt I Iu is and adjacent to the line of the

in the year X. loss of$9 in paper pulp ; ami then consider -

CEXTJIAL SUOAJl FACTORIES. follow what from immense an intelligent financial; advantages and systematic! will ATLANTIC, GULF AND I WKST: IN1)A} !i.TIt.SiIT .

cultivation of cane in I-ouNiaiia 'I cannot : CO.'S: II. It.,

understand how country offering such advantages IIa\ingad.led' \1-:11' '1'11'XU:
X la"
ritKM.Si; : to
hOVE: our ofllce and having
VALUABLE HINTS O.V C1NK CULTURE IX : Ii not eagerly sought utter bv emigrants ,
the companions of( ita I. "'need I ','
from .
extending FERNAND1NA
time Atlantic SKILLED: WORKMEN'; who know
capital and laborto fully develop our Industries how to use! the Name, we are now
this" moment, when every question is We must have money to enlarge our to being
agitated which has
the future welfare and the any development reference of to mills, and willing hands to till and I acquire :<4 affording to the )producer cheap) constant pr.'J'arl..1! to do allY mind every kind of printing. '

the resources of the State, and just as the the lands It is hardly. possible: that wo will ami rapid transportation to the best
have to wait for
long such
a state of affairs.
subject of central
sugar factories I is becoming A well
regulated central mill
a leading one among sugar planters! _was fail to..I''y. The belt of country traversed by the Trail-
Lute good lortune
a of the
Democrat to meet Mr EdwarilSillanaplant representative To those whose ails will "be to simply cultivate sit I U. IJ.: embraces .

45 er of St.! Mary parish, on a visit to the city. the C.lI.lire remuneration will .
Mr *Ian is not only practical I but a fail From an acre of cane, $:'J or $1 IKHT ton
r net can be fl'alize.l-n very fair gain (In JWf'ItHlKl'Y: OF
scientific planter, who is always looking! forward any SOIL
towards farming country where planting on u largo

post he has inaugurated improvement.on his For fine a few plantation years !scale! is the rule. FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING
And have read in CARD
yet we certain
on the Tec-he the system of buying cane that IwwIIJ'a- ,to be (.mnelill the l Staff; a large proportion ,
to grind and now lua", central factory in in(pers the parishes there U Louisiana no investment! Hvsellinghis for capital being peuliarlyudaptol to the culture of

s full progress, which, ho affirms, is: quite remunerative. at $::1 & ; SBMI-TKOWCAL; FKMTS and : or
much cane or $ a ton, the planter realizes i Early \.gdallh'lf
so so as to him .
to increase his sphere of enterprise encourage in that $11 to $100 on an acre of ground, coatingoriginally and The Large, C'uiiijutrt IMiet if Tnnln-t : ''':' ;"' -, '.:", -.: .- ', "

way. Knowing that, thisgcntleman as svellposted : $20. make these lands", worthy of CA11KFUL*. .
From ton of
a cane W pounds of I is
us any planter! of the State on general obtained, worth fight cents u jtound sugar, andthirty A3IIXATIOX by inaiiufUUurvnof LI-MIIKII: : tf '.. : "x '- r..:
culture and particularly capable of elu- :J ,!,:f,,:( ', "', < < -;< t' S ; : ,
relating the or forty pounds of molasses It is Asa \tVAL tTClIltl4 '
subject on hand we asked him .
: -,
true that with
improved machinery the yield \ ','
a few of hU Ideas central '
a givefwtor es in this m,a e. To this on: be readily of sugar manyIw increased to 1'JO: or 110 .\**NcutIy. mill, HM ('Ircrtp IIM' uuy Of lire In .'lor', I... .
in addition '
NEW: hiriTLEIW; :
a-tseiite.1 pounds to 18O or 2 us) pounds of ,
and 'it .
we give
as near as I '
I>ot ible. the substance of hid remarks paper pulp of u total value of from $18 to I II. .
$:11. No manufacturer in France, Oerim- I. .
ABOUT rKVTBlL: FACTOBIE8. nor even In .Austria has ever realized j'url'lll1..11I1 hind) from this company tiro furnished ;

Tu any clear-sighte4 observer the Cict is such an amount on a tun of beet-root. And i with entrt fire jxuMye on the Tran : *
apparent that sugar culture in Louisiana b it is said that capital can find no field in the I nit
under,:oiiu a marked: change. This change; Louisiana parishes! I maintain that it is Railroad for family ami I personal fffetU .
- i" duo both to improvements over old melli- the capital Itself which I is wanting,-XewOrleiiut to the station ncarcft the* land purchased -- -. -

odsof cultiyatimuaudto alterations: in the fJtiaocrat. May:;. TITLE COMPLLTEin: derived I by

manufacturing process of former times.! grant from the ,
Little by little the oien-kettle sugar mills uiviiEssixa Tilt: .UO. !JlllTJ. 'tattuwll.urdluJ'ie "' : ': ...
give way tot-team trains of a more or less Professor Fontaine gives some interesting from the State tit Florida.CORRESPONDENCE. S .' .-

impnuvelsty'le which, nevertheless are an hints f..r abating the! rirmjuiio nt. which r
Inullt'not: | } : ( ; hOLICITKD.: ..
improvement, on ante t'liuln pro- isMiivti* C"'IIlU with the a:hi-ut <.f runny ; .-.
1'2'1 l'S.Tile. days lit l'U.nlllu..llltu.. require water fur ;$"r> Hoit'tM.-inl 'ultroplers for PRINTING JUNDINU uu.l RULINO to ortlcw
1)u out.
vacuum pan I I",, gaining favor withplanters the .h'II\lt their tggsand i the raring; of trpllve..u*trx and IUTLUL mailed on _

along! our bayous and on the shoresof their larva'! or "I igglotail, Therefore t-i is. -1'.Ii'utl". side tie :-itat... Onlrry for cither will rtsvive prompt attention' ( AdJrew .
the Mississippi. Not only du the proprietors tcrns .h<>uM be nude clu-e aixlcnvcred with (.11.\... W. LEWIS: .i rum U" .- I J, ".
of thot wills grind their own canes, clibo UOMbraw" wire netting to prevent land (' lfIlJnl""IUllt'r_ l .r.OullJ.ulJn'i
but they purchase cane from their neighborsAt their in .' ; c.
a tatit price ton laying tbcnsu tuffs barrrN or CHtlt.'et'or, beau l Im and !Sl oIt-\'f-ntl: !$(II. -
and ,
per manufacture j"I..t
receptacles; of water ought tn oc .rt'rIllIUt'tI, *. F'LRX.tNAlxA: 1'u.


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i": THE'FLORIDA MIRROR: We regret lo learn Hint the Posl-Ofilcc Department fortuity of action in its present shape, and it MAKIXX.I'ort New .\4herHscIIIC".S.

have in contemplation (lie discontinuance is questionable if any trade could continueand __ _..._..._._....._ ._. ___ _---___._.-. _...r.
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=- ==; -n.--: :=- == -= = FOR SAM:
t, thc (St.;t be
} of the mail route on Mary's successful under such conditions
S.00 A I'KAIt; $1.00 FOR SIX 3IONT11H of rernandtnd, '
,';. .-- -----.- .--.----.. .-- .. ...-- ..-- .. river. This must he tile result of a want of The meeting has! )been called together at the A DESIRABLE I HOl'SE[ :; CONTAIN'INOfive Piazza 4. ;
man WATER. with Closets, ,
\ Jleflectlon information. Either the settlements on tile suggestion, of Mr. rooms,
Local !
( George Yongc agent of the Saturday, June 2.;...... 7:00: A. M. 72.5: P. M. large Yard, Orange, Lemon and Banana
.. St.: Mary's:\ river must be deprived of mail/ facilities Ocean Steamship! Company, to devise. a remedy Sunday, h 20...... 7:43": 8.0S: II Trees. Centrally located. Good title, rtc.

.; Thc Western Tc.m8lcft her dock on Thurs or supplied' I by Mar route, i. e. horse ] and it is for the merchants to Monday, II 27..... ::lJ": 8:18: ? For further particulars; inquire at this

day: evening for New York. mails. In order to reach, the iiolnls on the whether Mot it is: to their interest that say the Tue1411IlY\\ ".' 28..... 0.03: : It 0:25: It office.. ... .t.tf l ._ I
General H Jenkins and son, of Jacksonville ] \ a ', 2J.: !) ..... 0:42": 10:00": ,'-- -- -- -- -
,. .. It.:! Mary's the nearest land\ travel from any present! state of things shall) continue.Mr. Thursday, 30..10:20: II 10:3-1": Notice lo (:Tnx-1'nj-erH..
at the Mansion IlouseIw .
ore the Transit load would he twenty Dewinter) stated that 1 It 11:14 "
.. point on the spring had Friday, July 110:58: : the taxes
receive on
The Western Terns took out < AM now ready
3,00watermelons I
miles and the is intersected with been )backward in Florida I
"' country so Georgia, South real and personal property assessed!' for
!' on her last trip, being the first creeks, bayous and swamps: )! that no route (Carolina and Virginia, ami especially so in \ltRtVF.f\ the year 1880:! for the Vitof Fernandina.

;,,: ,large shipment of melons.! could he made along either hank, of thr river. Florida, and that beans' and cucumbers from June 18-S. 1'. Florida, I'sina: :Savannah.; All property, on which the taxes remain.unpi.lou .

{ A number of vessels which. arc up for this the steamboatmail that State had 1f-S. 1'. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, June 1st. I8i11 1, will be advertised ....
The compensation paid come at same time! as from for 1880
Savannah. and sold. Those who have paid
'port have not arrived, owing to the
contractor: for 101 1 trips per nnntini to Ol'"I'giIlIllHl South Carolina/ causing u glut 21-Brig Jeremiah, Blanchard, Boston. will please present their receipts.W .
of winds
hence strong southeasterly Trader's, Hill, and daily service to St. Mary's'!, in the market, and !the consequent: loss "_$. 1'. Florida Usina, Savannah. F. SCOTT,
a The Cash-Shannon trial has been gone 22-S. 1'. City of Bridgeton Fitzgerald :2 : we learn is hut $3,000: per' year, and the which has: fallen on all shipper, carriers Savannah. _..,. .... ..-- .... ._- -- rFOR
in with verdict -- ---- -- --
over again a pro forma way, a mail service, we think, could not 1 he performed and merchants''j; that as soon as the market "_S. Western Texas Hines, New NAM: .'
of for (!ash' effort
acquittal no special having
;, by land at less CO'e! hope the began to he overworked had notified his York. COUNTRY PLACK containing upwards

# been. made this time to c'II1vicllllm. Department will reconsider this injudicious shippers stop shipments, but his advice "--S. 1'. City Point, Creaser, Charleston. V of 80 acres, :20:! of them cleared,

Ex-Governor (1. F. Drew and wife, and change. had not been situated ulnul.Ix: miles from! Fernandina,
_-; (George Clark, of Ellaville; are on a visit to _- ___ _no __ accepted by them. ", :23-Sch. Etta: M. HarterlIar'l'rVharll's. and'accessible by either land or water ; rail
.. commission i
I : merchants) !stated' that
our city for the benefit of I the invigorating Vegetables in A'cio 1'orte. ton. road runs within one mile. Also one mare, F

i }r.;: breezes of the sea-shore.! They are staying According to the report of Mr. C. D. (Owens, they had: also telegraphed, the shippers to I 21-S. P Savannah.:. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, I two boats costing: $300, :300 and'tuince VOUI1orange/
the same effect. trees: grape vines, peach ) trees,
:i general agent, of June 21st, Florida vegetables
at the Mansion House. DEPARTED. fanning implements, and over 100 head of
Upon Mr. l
inquiry by Owens to the
f .:\\11'. Riddle, has )'er, got a letter for Mr.r :\ were selling in New York us follows : of the as condition 18-Sch. R. M. Walls, Walls, Philadel fancy. chickens.For {

Jones ?" "What Jones ?" "D.it) der Jones Potatoes, $1.50 to $3 per barrel ; tomatoes: 50 vegetables brought to this: mar phia. terms of sale:, apply to

5,1? what stays round yonder ?" "What's his I cents to $1.23 per crute ; pgg-plant' $2 to $3 ket this season!' there was n difference of "-S. }'. Florida Usina, Savannah. :30 A. B. NO YES.

,t; first name?" "Dunno." ''Where docs he per crate ; cucumbers unsaleable. From the opinion, some merchants stating they had 20-S.Savannah.1'. City of Brill get on, Fitzgerald, -- -- In-Justice'-----t'onrt.STATE .

"Round hat other 18th to the 2Ist there were 5,000 packages of been geurallyinpoorcondition ; others said "
? )live? yonder on street the condition -U. S. Revenue Cutter Boutwell, : OF FLORIDA t
f. ','.: General Davis has been obliged to post! a vegetables received at New York via Southern I ]had not had so much to dowitli Randolph, Savannah. COUNTY OF NASSAU.

{ "l' .', notice forbidding) the )landing of steamers or Express Company and Florida Dispatch the low prices as the overstocked mar 21-S. P. Florida, Usina Savannah. To C. A. Williamson and' Wife :-You are
Line.A ket ; that they had been unable to sell! good 22-S. P. City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, hereby notified that a writ of attachment "
':"" other watercraft at Dungcncss! except by cucumbers the last Savannah. i has been i!Csll<',against you, and your property '
during week for .1
., :. His have been special dispatch to the Union yesterday] enough : demand of James
\ special permit family PO 23-S. Western Texas, Hines, New attached, to satisfy the
much annoyed by visitors that his patience from J. S. Chamberlain & Co., of Huston! to pay freight. The weather had been unfavorable York 1':.. alelldaugh and Wife, amounting to 3588.' r.

I\ has become exhausted. says that tomatoes were selling in that city being rainy the whole week 21-S. F. City Point, Creaser, Charleston. Now unless you shall appear before J. A. ..
<,. Mr. Nix stated that the trade which Ellermann, a Justice' of tire Peace in and for
n' r The work of repairing the shell road to the from 50 cents to $2 per crate, and cucumbersat was depended to rid the wagon "_S. P. City of Bridgeton. Fitzgerald, said County, at his:! office at Fernandina, Fla.,

;; : beach has: been;; going on for the )past, two from 50 cents to $1 per crate.Union; SStl market of surplus Savannah.IN on the 27th dayofugust, 188, at 10 o'clock
stock, had been brought to a !standstill'; will he rendered
judgment against
--- -- a.m., you.
I week, and is: now nearly completed, to the PORT.
i if. The 1'almctto. owing to the wet weather also that J. I':. MEDDAUGH: AXD WIFE,
', ; ,
great comfort of all who luO: ;[ ., "'c have long been: convinced that the indomitable of the {cucumbers had been n __ on_ __ the vines inn ..Tcrentiah! Hln""horI, O'J,,_: tons.. Plaintiff.
It Avery.. Mr. Courier.. Mr. Ellcrinann., and Fernandina Fla.. June 2.5,1S91
palmetto, which seemed only long before being picked, and arrived in bad Sch Quaker City, McNilty, 510 tons. -.--- :___u ._ tI
; others have been l prominent in this good Sch. Etta M. Barter, Barter, 272 tons.:,
I ; work. born to encumber (the land, would some day condition on that account _..__ ou __ Iii.Jiittlicc'M Court.: J.
vindicate itself and become )fr. Davenport (after with OF FLORIDA
: an important consulting other ,
Thc foremast of the Cly of Austin and a MEMORANDUM.: STATE I I'
factor of wealth in State. merchants) that it NASSAU COUNTY. l
our Machinery suggested\ be advisable -
of tho hull still remain DELAWARE BREAKWATER' June 17-Sailed-
': : : .. portion very prominent To C..1.. Jl'NitIllMOfIIi Wife- \on are ,
y.'. objects j in the outer harbor. The main\ for the manufacture of paper pulp has been to have notice given by the commission British bark It. 1 W.! Merriam' Heaney, Fer- hereby notified( that a writ of attachment -

already established and is in successful merchants when the market nandina. i issued, .
II deck came ashore solid about a mile north op- was becoming been against you and your property
v eration in NEW YORK, June 18-Arrived-Schooner attached to the demand of Charles
the neighborhood of our city. We overstocked, and for the transportation :satisfy:
r, 'of the hotel on Thursday evening. Tho It. ]f. Jongdon, Dix, Fernandina." Clearell-
Angel, :amounting to $20.:? Now unless von
learn from the Union ( lines to
that I has been
u factory stop receiving notice
wreck bark Sabine Ellis, Fernandina.PiiiUDKia'iiiA.JunelS .
I. will probably soon disappear, as it is !shall" appear, before J. A. Ellermann, a Justice
J I'' t already inclining to the horizon (established Jacksonville for the manufacture unless the shippers prepaid tho freight ; he -Arrived-Schooner of I the Peace in and for said. County at

of palmetto brushes: door mats and hud never known !such a state of affairs as: W. K. Lee, Weeks' Fernandina. his office at Fernandina, Fla.; on the 27th

Wo publish a paragraph elsewhere upon mattress material. existed this year, it being exceptional. PimAr>ErriiiAJunc20: -Cleared-Schooner day August.. _\. D. 1881, at 10 o'clock n.m.,
the question of whether the orange is: indig John litJr./ ., Armstrong. Fernandina ; judgmentsill be, rendered against vou.CHAHLKS .
The root, it is well known, contains u Mr. Bahrenberg proposed: as a remedy to schooner Klwood ))O/'flll. Warrington, Fer ( ::: ANGEL: .
enousVo discussed this matter
twcntyflvoycars largo }percentage of tannin, which could be have: no steamers' arrive on Saturday, but to nandina ; schooner W. Wiley, Donahoc, Plaintiff. '" air

ago in a Palatka }paper I and demonstrated extracted and exported or, what would be have: Friday deliveries. Ki ng's Ferry, Fla.Cargo Fvrnandinn, Fla., June :25, 1881..

we think satisfactorily, that it is: ----- -- -. -- -.... ...-- --_. ----_. . '
better, be used in establishing tanneries at :Mr. Nix stated that the late arrivals of
the Western Texas
not indigenous. We will at some future of In Justice,, Court.
Ionic The manufacture of paper' : from the !steamers caused low markets, as a !steamer
I For New York June 23d: 7:30
time the of well-nettled : p.1I1.: 1,150 ; : OF FLORIDA
give grounds; our :
I palmetto has been already proved to be an coming in on Saturday was too late for Sat crates vegetables ; 5 barrels::! vegetables/ ; 475 STATE COUNTY, OF NASSAU.:

opinions. ivailablo IInclprotitahle industry. The factory urday's market, Monday f was: a poor market barrels, rosin ; 2-58; barrels spirits ; 143:; boxes)! To Georr/c Whitjmj :-You are hereby notified

Wo have had, rather a warm period' recently. at Jacksonville proposes, also,; to try day and fresh supplies coming in on Tuesday ) cedar ; 33: packages merchandise, : ; barrels that a writ of attachment has been issued

'. Wo observe! that in Tallahassee tho thermometer the manufacture of matting. A palmetto and IIP thought steamers arriving on rice ; 80 empty kegs!.; 2,821. tudons.List against you, and your property' attached, to
; Friday would remedy the evils! to ---- --- satisfy' the demand of B.Thompson: surviving -
above DUo for whole week a great
ran a ; farm is one of the probable industries of 1 the extent.It of 1'ufincngcra.Per partner of Dickinson it Co., amounting

,at Jacksonville, 05 to Q'Jo. ...Hel'oe: have I future, and the land now covered with saw was stated that this would not answer steamship i Western Texna from Fernan to $:!(1i.2.i.; Now, unless )'olll'ihall appear

I J. a. had! a temperature of 88\ toWP during the palmetto and deemed almost worthless, will for Florida shipments, as it was very ditli- dina to New York, June 23,1881: : before J. A. Ellermann. a Justice of the ,(

\ "name period. The thunder-storm, of Wednesday value from the cult to get hands; to work on Sunday, which Peace in and! for said County, at his olllcc at .
acquire use of the product, Colonel J. C. Reod, twoehildrenand 1 nurse: ,
Fernandina. Fla. the
would bi if on :20th? da"f August,
f ', night cooled off the atmosphere and which can bo annually gathered. made to meet necessary u !steamer shipments!leaving were Savannahor to be Thos.'! K. EelN: It. C. Cooley, :Mrs.::! J. B. Pin- A. 1). 1831 at 10 o'clock a. in', judgment

." Thursday and Friday were quite cool 1111(1pleasant .----" .- Charleston' on Tuesday 11ey'lass Fannie L.l'inney.lntontoFlores, will be rendered against! )'011.
Tilt VHV1T AXI* VKaUTAIlLK IN- Enunucl: Rodriguez, Jose Diaz, Win. Voucher W. B. THOMPSON:;
i days. :Mr. Rahrenberg said it would be better to : ,
:Mrs J. M.( Rice and two children.:
TJilinSTS.MEKTIXd have the picking done on Saturday and arrive Surviving partner of Dickinson & Co.. ,
t! ;. :Tho water supply' of our city needs: investigation. here on Friday, than to have it come in From Jacksonville to New York : Plaintiff. vl t

; "R As a rule the wells arc not judiciously : : ( OK NHP01tTTIOX" AliKNIM::' AM: on Saturday.Mr. E.M. Pease, Jas. K. Moore Alex. Brobe- Fernandina, June 18. 1881. td

Owens the Mr. Rock wood and wife, Chas, H. Jones -- - -- .. ._
constructed, and the cisterns arc too COXSUINEHS- : IN NEW YOUK. again urged upon meeting ry, ----- ---- -- '
i '. NEW the necessity of making a strong and united : 1'.1". Wilson.Dr. Professional ami lliisiuess Curds
shallow and too small A cistern well con Yom, June 1.1: 1881.
effort that tho trade should consolidate, _. ..
DKAU ; -- ---- ----- ---- ---
l'itructelluml sunk to the depth of :20 feet, of : But : You are respectfully invitedto anal that nothing could be A. C. Ford dentist has returned home
1 attend a meeting of the transportation! accomplishedunless : wji. ii. (,. IJnYI I ,
i I good dimensions, filled during the cool season agents and consignees{; of fruits) and early : thl'lu.t llln unison. and i.s ready to attend to all requiring his I
will afford of The chairman then suggested that the Services. Do not delay, as he intends to remain
1 an ample supply good vegetables from Southern points, to he h.llllit. lmAI.DII8: JOX MERCHANT,
time olllcc of It.l'O./ merchants! should come together and take at home for, about six weeks only GB
Yougo of the
water all summer. Great care should also/ agent .. _. .
I' action' In the and then
,", some matter notify ---- ----
( Ocean Steamship Company, on Thursday, CKKTKK Sr., NKAK: R. R. DEPOT
\ be taken to place the wells where they will ... !
the 10th inst., at 12 o'clock. i time transportation companies\ of their desires.Mr. Attention, 1'crnandtna Light In-

not bo likely to receive impurities through Thu object of the meeting/ is to devise I Dewinter replied that merchants fantry. l<. nN.A DlN.'J,.\.
drainage. mucus lWcs for the proper conduct of this trade were nil so busy that it was almost impossible There will be business s meeting at thc f
tf" i mid to prevent loss: : to all in interest. for a number of them to come togetherat armory of said company on Friday, the 1st Hay, Corn, Oat.s.
f The United I States; Circuit Court will be It is absolutely necessary to the success of any given time. of July, at 8:30::; ) p. m., for the election of officers -- -- ----- -. .. .-
;, t" f held by Judge Woods! at Jacksonville on the this business, that better understanding! \tr.'U.:: S. Haines, general manager: of the of said company. A full attendance is 'JAMES M'GIFFIN 4

j t. 8th. of July, when we suppose tho mandate should bo arrived at, and we earnestly invite Savannah, Florida it Western Jlailway: said expected. T. B. LIVINGSTON, ,
r'I of the Court in the your cooperation; to this end.OF.O. he had listened with attention to what By order of Sergeant COX T R A C T O R A N D B IT 11, D E R,
f Supremo railroad cast'swill had been said that the he -
YONOE!:, ; company (.. Yfi.EE!:, Captain, Corn nnatmding.
tl bo filed, and tho sales which have been Agent Ocean represented: and its connections, had taken -....----
Stenmnhlp CoinjHtiiy, Alaehua Street, between Second and Third
I .. made confirmed or a resale ordered It I is ('. II. MALLOKY:
I 'I' i probable, also, that tho matter of the recent Agents Mallory Line ting this industry ;of they road had from just completed A Family Carriage, in perfect running or FERNANDINA, FLA.. .
seventy-five ) Waycross toJaeksomivllle Orders and estimates from
) distance
JAS. W. QUINT,tun it Co. der. Seats four. Has! been but little used carefully ;
1 sale of State lands will conic before it for reducing the time between the attended to, 25-tf
Agents Charleston Line,
Apply W. B. C. DL'RYkE.
,i ratification. It seems probable that so far C. 13. OWENS. cities of Jacksonville: and Savannah nearly -- -. --- .. ----.-.. ,

t as tho railroad cases are concerned,the action (;eaeral.tgent Florida ])i.patdl Line built one-half.new and The powerful steamship vessels companies, fully adapted had;- Plano iustruction.fiSii .' o. s. ().UU:H, p

1 taken will lead to the final disposition of the In accordance with this notice the meet- to the demands: of the trade, and placed :\ Baltzell willgive Instruction on Piano C 1ONTIAJTOIt
I cases. 1 them on the route t The transportation Forte.I1rlrt'sJ through post-ofTlee. ( AND BUILDER: ,

'flu11'rlUe Court have had the constitutionality lug was held, it b'lngIon"l and adopted lines are desirous! of doing all in their power --"--
that Colonel .(eve be chairman.On to develop and foster: the trade ; hut, it ')1'(,uteri. I\Xl.t'nHF.8'
of tho law under which the charter -
; taking the chair, Colonel .\ceo thanked would be found to be difficult matter to A set of books to journalize and |I'o:>t at MOULDINGS: BRACKETS, SAWED AND
of Fcriiniullnn\ was abolished under consideration the time of to1 suit al! TURNED : "
regulate shipments BALUSTKIIX NKWKI.S:
the meeting for the honor and said \ iiyht.; Best of Reference.Address : .
I this 'week. Tho question has : shippers' ; that vegetables did not all conic J. C., this olllee. :2t, STAIR RAILS, WOOD KAVESTROUGHH ".,...
been considered tho Court would have preferred that some one more from railroad: points, but many were transported SHEATHING,
fully by Supremo -- --- -----
f experienced and longer in the business by water on steamboats, some over Xotlcc WEATHERBOARD-
Tennessee and of the United States and Tax-l'uyer "
lakes small and others
in boats
should have been by wagon, ISGANDFLOOR.
to the
proved bring mat
1 the authorities, bo far as wo have I learned, from long distances to the railroads ; that all I am now ready to receive: tax returns! for I ING.
ter: before you. The difficulties we have had Florida cannot to have Sunday's the present year. Blank returns wilt: be furnished
sustain tho law and! Judge Baker's decision.We ship or
to: contend with in regard to receiving vegetables Monday's pickings go by steamships! on at my office over O, Stark's store, corner Stair ami Church Work
have not heard what decision the Court :
of 4'entre and Second streets.
; from the South have bel'IlIl".t're.Ii Tuesday, lie urged the commission merchants !: .\ SPECIALTY.
has come to, and it is probable tho decision 'to act in concert and devise some WM. H. nllU D.
I[ understand it the intention of this
will not be announced before next week. meeting plan to protect the markets and all parties FERN.tN1nN.e, March 10,1:1111-tt' DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES
is to our views. I will u
express ) not give In interest, and to instruct the producer not t
01- Aid., SIZES
We have received marked ,
a copy of the my opinion now : I would prefer to hear the to tlhlp when their consignments likelyto I'rtcate School. Post Offi-c: Box 174.

t, Philadelphia 1'rett, our attention being spa other merchants. It seems that it I is meet an overstocked market. Mrs t 1:. Alexander: : will open permanent jam J ; .J:: Fernandina Fla.

c 'daily called to the article, which wo verynecessary :Mr. Rahrenbcrg-That we cannot always .private school in the Baptist church on .- -_._---
that .
should --
we have sonic understanding market the: Kith of May, and solicits a -
do the state of the cannot alwaysbe generous
1. .print, headlines and all. -The grandeur of by which the transportation lines ;forseseon.Mr share of public patronage. Terms liberal, \V. K. n.\.tJliXIfHIT,

I the purchase would have been somewhat and receivers should work in unison and : Haines-Give tho best advice you Apply at the school room between the hoursof Au EXT,

I diminished if the )price, twenty-five cents hnrmon '. The Southern business is can. There ought to he some concerted(' 8 a. m. and p. m, WHOLKHALE'AND RETAIL
a very FEBNIMHNI 8 1881 3m.When a
tion of the merchants in giving advice and May -
had been stated. The
acre, : AND STOCK
per says largo one. It is useless to have the market notice to and shippers will give BUTCHER DEALER, 4
"The for the land has not are 17tlte ANDDcalcr :
amount paid been
i overstocked when it can be helped. We more attention to advice from the men-bants the Fields iclth

t F made public, but it Is understood to be avery might have some organization, like an ex. than from the transportation lines. Cotton ? lu I.....

.'' large sum In cash." The "very large change by which we could set the limit as! to On motion, the meeting was adjourned. I No money now ; can't buy pianos or organs TENNESSEE: })t.\; SPECIALTY> I

the JFVrM could have -- till cotton comes in,1Yesyou can.
learned - BROOM
hue of I
shipment of certain kinds of ,
vegetables cash
Hake |10
un an $;cash
1< was $1,000,000, of which .,(0X)0, ) was the The ease of the State V!!. Savage and I up organ or on 10-tf FERNANDINA.
Another Idea would be that there piano, and we will sell you during June .. }o'L.\.
cash payment. James for tho murder of 'rank Patterson I and
should be a uniformity of movement among July, August September at rock bottom

: Wo are glad to be able to inform our esteemed the merchants in regard to the proper[ l\lacing Madison: U on trial at Japer, Hamilton cash rates without, and wait three months for theladance G. F. .\."I n\',
one cent of interest. Cash
( contemporary of the Sun and Hee of vegetables for sale; another that we county. ___________. rates Three months' credit No interest

that the Transit Railroad will issue excursion should have some understanding with the Jlange of Thermometer Don't forget it, Grand summer clearing

tickets at reduced rates during the lines in out sale of new and second-hand instruments :
I f' ; summer freight regard to delivery, length of t'llK Tilt WEt: E-MUXi KKtUVV, Jl'XK 24,
500) 500
j for a visit to the l seaside, and also that time, etc." lrOaEY's! Jlltt.U .T\'Hlo. All grades.-- pianos All prices., organs Must be All closed styles out LIVERY: ; AND HOARDING STABLE*.

f I .' :. the shell road ,to the beach is being thoroughly :Mr, C, D. Owens, New York agent; Florida -- ..- -- serial t terms to installment buyers. Cash CARRIAGES: AND WAGONS
:i repaired by private subscriptions, Dispatch i | Line, stated that the meet ing had 7- -m. 311.111.- ,.',rice* advanced only ten peer l-elit. Fifteen To and from Steamers and Train
.. trial. ,
i and will not be made a toll road. Those of been called In the Interest of all coucermetlproducers \ Satunlmy............... St' 01 to I ) from lays'six test;best makers.Guaranteed Catalogues instrument! and full (o "'tAOTH:: FOR HAULING, ETC.ros .

i : our citizens who are interesting themselves transportation lines and comnii 8und=,y'i./ .\( !IU 89Monaiay Information mailed free of charge. Avoid start
L ......... ...... $.5 N!I 1'17 I'
this matter Jes .rve great credit for their ion merchants that their interests being imposed by Realty other :
iu : are upon any BUGGIES: HARNESS,
1'ut'SII4y................ 'S" 8) 8 s I IoJlI
: exertions; to Improve this popular drive We identical, and any) improvement in the w n. j \\', tltla\u; 92 tt.1 .'man by ordering at once (rom the great tiARTS AND WAGONS. '

learn i-Uat'eur : that can W brought ThuJ'kby:...........- .7e 8l 80 wholesale South Luijden piano,t and late organ Southern depot of Mules the jairTERMS CASH.ti
.'rhlar .................. 81 8S: ; Office and Stable-Firfct gtrwt. near
ol about
uugl their work to this tc..t. will boiiffit all. The trade has: no unl. .. _.- '., -- House!:; Savannah, Ga. Broom Street Wharf. 40-tf


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