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: July 2, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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STATE XEWS.,1aciun. other cause is due the surprising equabilityof up the population of this) : county. As an It AI Lit O A If .\' ; V

temperature which cannot be 1'1111)Iltler. evidence of the comparative merits of this by

I t stood by those who have never spent a season with other counties, we will mention that Tho Monticello\t (lonftituti M) : '' '! .

# t: One of our good old citizens: nnd l farmers in :South: Florida. Another feature of at this time there is no county in the State The lint! legislature of this: cw

,I says the drouth, low prices, etc., caused a what may be termed the grand water system\ making more or greater progress! in what has:: bill authorizing the \ the

t "' failure in his vegetables,:; but boasts of hiss of the county I is the numerous springs of as yet been the chief and almost only important "Monticollo: and Georgia 5 is!

cotton and of )having tho best cane in the both pure milt medicinal waters scattered allover industry in the county, the cultivation ny," with authority to build a in

?; county. Says his: yield from cane will he its interior regions. Some of these of the citrus family' than Volusia.: There are the Georgia boundary line, and ;

'' greater than for many years past.Peaches "springs' arc of immense l' 1w'n forming several, groves of too acres or over and one with any railroad in that slate.

are coming into market in small quantities the sources of navigable) :streams.! :Some :! gentleman is nuking; n ;iOt) acre grove. The ter routine us to no special: St.

y) principally of the Peen.To'ariet ., and selling ) give forth n supply of sparkling and chemically cultivation! of annual crops has. pl't'l'tl'l't sequently, (as will bo seen by
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1 at fancy pl'ices.-rc were told by a pure water, other are more or less! remunerative where it has been. tried, t\lHlof elsewhere 1: ,) at a meeting of [ .

k' ,.,''gentleman that his cotton wash bloom. hnl'rl'g'lIall'Ilith :sulphur and others Mill late there is more effort made to unite the day, it was decided advisable to : ,

3 ids For an abundant yield, lie only ads the clrQ'iron, These: springs are but nlwthl'ritell1pl'tI'itlC'l (cultivation of oranges with! the growing of company, prov'tiled for by the! to

caterpillars\, to stay their raid.-Notwithstanding by nature to perfect the appointments such, products, aunt when done with intelligence the road in the direction of, nnd !

the many drawbacks with which in II'r'a t sanitarium, which U laM been entirely BUt't'(':, ful. Thereis with, a road from Qllit ilia II. ('
our vegetable growers have met, some still combines abundant and varied recreation, a everywhere u feeling of j'ert''etcontndenee: interest and enthusiasm was !' I .'

wear cheerful face Wt cOIlYt'I'oiel.with:: I perfect diet, the tonic rffVcts of sub-acid in the success of the orange business!' and! wo are candidly of the opinion -

4 one on Saturday, who states: that hi crop Is fruits, sulphur waters to purify and iron there is also general and very pronounced: Zeus: generally will subscribe for ( '

: almost ft failure, but intends utilizing List waters to strengthen, and a climate that de! iro to receive and welcome all new-corn- 'press the enterprise to u fnlcl'es : .-

t land in the way of planting sweet potatoes admits of three hundred and sixty-live days ore who will unite in helping!; to develop tho tit n. Our local business! and tho '

r'e and rice-good and paying crop-An agricultural and six hours life in the open air In very country. Any man \\'hO)8 willing to work of Jefferson county urgently call

., :: meeting was held at Gainesville year of one's existence.Cvrresjiondcnt/ Orange and in tolerable' health can come here communication with the great :

: on the 1Mb. Among other matters, there County Ittjwrter.Yoluaiu.. anti make a living for himself I' and family. iness and enterprise! beyond the
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-" was some discussion ol the transportation Enterprise, Orange City, JA'Uuui, iierosioru, dary line, and wo feel sanguine :

1 i; question. It was thought by several that it Spring OlrltclI'olusla and Seville are the proposed road I is constructed, ,,

M': would be practicable make contract with TUB (r.mnH.o\I, FEMTRI-S OF Voi.vsi CorxTY. principal towns and settlements on the westor again dawn upon this: country. ,?

r ... transportation companies, covering advantages .-We have decided to carry in our colUn1tl8 river side of the county, Enterprise: being appreciate in value, and : in

i' ': of time, rates of freight, etc. One for the. present, the following general the county site and beautifully situated on character will bo improved. It :

1- speaker thought the companies would have information as n partial answer to the let Lake Monroe. New Smyrna, Daytona, fort needed to arouse lire dormant !: so-

to he brought to the alternative of making ters of inquiry} we are constantly receiving.We Orange, Osmond, Hake (tied (Holly Hill arc our people, and start enterprise u I !} of

al time and rate schedules by contract:; or forcing are also in hopes: that others who receive principal places on tho coast.: -Adranct.Arredonao. monls that are greatly needed. 'ts,

;. I growers to give up the ll\l'.illcss. Another such inquiries, will, if they am notable ofmb..criptiolwill: bo opened

gentleman attributed much of the loss to give written answer", avail themselves lay, and we IIt1'iso'r man n

Ll : and distress of the present season to a lack of this method of replying to them : To the IMHor: of the JirrwrAuiiKDONiM I interest whatever in thc county, ; hns

of diversity in crops, and advocated the cultivation Volusia: county lays between the /St. Johns ), FL/V., JuncoO:: 1881. i ute of his means to the capital the

j of home supplies on a large scale, ; river on the west, and tho ocean on theeast.It The vegetable; husincss'has. 1 subsided, thocommission success:': Htf the enterprise.: We 1.II to

4 mid the raiding of produce for market as about 0); miles long, north and, south, merchants I : t 'requiting. no more ('IIi.: The road must be built i -
: ,' secondary. There would then be less freight and J5 to 2-5 miles wide. Landings: are made sent UAIUUHD hF.TtNtl.--.At a

4. 4r. to be paid to the transportation lines for by all the steamboats at a number of pointson Refreshing showers have come at last to number of tho business! citizens I .

both imports and exports. It was suggested the St. Johns, and on the ocean side, the cool the parched earth, but too late to benefit cello and Jetrerson county, hold

. that a committee be appointed E 1 to make an I Hillshoro and Halifax rivers, really arms of corn now drying upon the stalk. The office of R. Whitlield, Esq., ire.E .

'" tax .1. investigation! and ascertain n where the delays the sea, though called rivers, give safe and best awl latest corn planted will not rtrakohalf the :29th hist., Captain S. Pasco E ; -

+ in transportation of the present! season's easy access! to the harbor at New Smyrna, a crop, nod the earlier, planted not an chairman and F. H. Tildes ('

shipments vegetables occurred, and intake and thence communication with the other eighth. Our people will now bo in a deplorable ('hnlrlllanl'xplailll'ti the purpose ) "

report of the facts.-Alitchua Adi
f; From this it will bo, seen that tho natural facilities from vegetables, anti l the drouth t on cereals railroad connection with tho !

.1 for 'transportation all that could : and cotton. A few miles\ to till nmth-
)[r, loyal Uoultcr died at 10: I 15 o'clock of our neighboring /Stale: of ;
be desired, and of kind that insures \ west the rains were abundant.Arredondo '
a : cheaper -
t' last night, at his residence in this city, aged gentlemen present discussed at (' : elt ;
freights something: of the greatest! importance is akin. ta }Washington. City, '
; Cl years. Mr. Boulter was one of Jackson I length the practicability of a : : 80
t { whcrqtho yield i is I "Grand; proportions! 'ftnd mngnilloerit/ insquare
per aero bulkyas !
\ +oldest citizens, having come to this I with the Savannah, Florida .'
; city in 1811, since which time he has been in the ease: of oranges; or most! of our distances," extending si v miles: } llailway-whereupon the ,

-:; actively'tsngagcil"In the 'lumber business. other pro}\uc-'J.--1-:! !!!: !meaning! will\ bo,}butter. of territory, ,and hercUl( jrjis ore ,:skeptical of tion was unanimously \. -. '
= understood when wo say: tint: the yield, in I tile '*:\lh.l./\thI4.\lplllX'y that the world : ; .
a About six weeks ago he had the misfortune lletitlreil. That it is the !
n to have one of his legs badly crushed, from pounds 1'1'011a single orange tree Is often would come to nn end in 'JI'\8I\ : by entering citizens: present in this: meeting / '
greater than from of into a for lease of life. road connection with tho \'
an acre good wheat or compact a new ::
the effects of which he died. He .
was a quiet,
oats that Mr "'III. Mills confirmed bachelor and Western Hallway, at ( I To
or single aero of orange trees in( u as
unassuming gentleman, and was held in able, and that books uf "'
\tt. high esteem by thc dLizens of Jacksonville, full bearing will make as many loads to haulto everybody believed, surprised his friends by neci'ssarv: for tho construction: of !

and the news of his death will be received market as an average Northern farm off gracefully bowing:: to the fascinating charms: necting road, bo opened, and ) so
>0 or ;."> acre This: feature is: ant to be over. of Miss Colson, and calling Rev, Mr.[ Vaughn, Zeus of tho county generally' bo I'A: -
,4 with
iJ profound sorrow by nil. )Ir. HI ulter assist in till '
looked by strangers, or not given its due of the Daptist church oflainesvilletheywere I! enterprise hy : \ -
F ;. ., was the father-in-late of Alderman 131, capital stack >
weight, where it is a condition of the married and as t the disease! seems to be ( r
,, greatest ; contagious '
S Davidson, of this city. Due notice of the On motion Dr. 1'1.: Palmer, ) : -
I importance. Short lines of railroadacrossthe a handsome and gallant gentleman
: funeral will be g'I.'II..-Union. Uott, J. Denham, 8. Simon 'S. be I
county, or from the in crier part of the from Charleston: r. Gibbs i son of Mr -
Mr.[ Fraser Sinclair It
Knight, son of Dr. A. Fildes J. 1). Cole and K. l"l.
W. Knight of this city, having passed avery county to the river have been projected in Gibbs, n wealthy cotton buyer of that city, commissioners designated by the :
creditable order to make the river still more accessibleto : rambling through this: Land of Flowers," ,
examination has been admitted Florida legislature 1 : fur the
shippers a few miles in the interior. Some discovers the loveliest of tho vale, Miss Alex-
to the
1 United States Military Academy tho Monticello and Georgia Hail
at West Point, as the cadet from the of these lines will no doubt be built, but the lea ChcMiutt, daughter) of Mr, Thomas. and puny," bo requested! to open ,
most important road to the whole is granddaughter of ex-United States Senator '
s Second ('Congressional District of Florida, suance with tho provisions. said
the Palatka & Indian liver Railroad which JamesChcsnutt (South Carolina surrenders
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having been appointed by Mr. Hull sometime act, and receive subscriptions for
will run directly through the county north wooes and wins: and with the assistanceof
Mr said ,
v. ago. Knight was one sixty-four proposed railroad at its early
who and south, and which, with the river and llev. W. J. McCormick, of the Presbyterian : of
passed, out of one hundred and seventeen possible On motion the
.v: applicants.-Union.Orange.. ocean on cither side, will place a landing or church at Gainesville, was married and gentlemen were constituted a -

: depot within ono or two hours ride of every made the happiest man in ''the country. business' and correspondence '
,1 t part of the county. This road has n grantof Their bridal tour will extend to (Jrceiibrier "
.Instructions to do all in
their !
i j' This J is u brief outline of the water communication State land sufficient to build it, which, White Sulphur Springs of Virginia, where :
vance the interest! of the
r'- of the eastern and western i or- besides! its being in the Lands.of energetic blight immortelle will encircle their happy proposed! >
to-vvit : Messrs.[ F. It. Fiides1'. L.
I tions of this remarkably favored county. men, wo think will secure its constructionat lives, and they will enjoy) their honeymoon.
II. Girnrdcuu, Dr. n. Scott; Dr.
Lying between theo two natural water out an early day. Like all other counties in halo or shine, marriages: will goon all the

lets: to thegreat river and tho ocean are small; the State, Volusia has some very rich and same. 1... X. X. gcrnnd Captain H. Pasco. On y.-
was decided that three members
lakes without imm cr. No map yet published some very (poor land. A great part of the ",
N? shows on< half of these smaller lakes. coiuity is high pine Kind, perfectly healthy TUB Ataclntn. Adrocnte of the !!!M nit. says : mittee, including tho chairman,
Annually buying tine mtcssarit'.s stitute/ .
The of life for n quorum for the trnll!< / i imess
country is dotted with them here and and fanned with daily breezes from tho his family, employes and working stocks! ,
but in
''!4. tho absence of the
. .. there until the stranger on his first journey ocean or the Gulf of Mexico. Most of the will ruin any farmer.t'e have mentioned I
. r over the county almost comes to fed that groves have been mado upon tints class of i the only cereal enteiin largely into con shall bu necessary fur four !
Burn .tion-viz.wlrclt-thatcant be abun present to constitute On
the not quorum.
water system of Orange Is land Northern
county overdone by emigrants and capitalists, dantly )produced in this latitude. Indian limo commissioners: were requested
nllll call hardly ride a mile I in a direct the chief of which are Orange City and De- corn, oats, rye rice, sugar cane, (IKJJS, and the
notice of
line to any |>oiiit of the compass: without Landeuch of which places has from 700 to all roots and vegetalvan! be rullt'4llu the legal twenty days of
greatest profusion for home uwll'l"co' for opening books of tiulJ
being confronted with a little gem of pure 1,000 acres in orange trees in cultivationin consumption
water in So can stocks of kine, swine mules, htll'l4l'r4. for the capital stock. Thereupon'
nn e01'raltlsetting. If this was a groves of all fci/es. On the coast side of cheep. and goat, he reared lln a*: largo num ing adjourned until
July 18th 1831.PK.MNHUXAII
: grain growing region, the vast aggregate area the county the groves are generally nude on bers as necessity may do'wand. Com for ,

of these!, lakes would be regarded by the hammock land, which border*the rivers and meal and hominy, out for meal anti rice 1t.\'LItO.\-V.
and produced said that Mr..Yulco will bo
greedy sugar syrup tobacco: can he tho
agriculturist! with .no love of the constitutes home of the most valuable land in
quantities on any good or fertilized land, give us a railroad and we do hopo
a r pure and the beautiful as a great waste of In the State. The groves on this land, whereit giving off a large excess above home use for will look '
people well)
land. But in semi-tropical Florida where has proper natural or artificial drainage, sale. From this revenue the planter can to their )

every acre planted in fruits means an income make a very rapid growth ; it also grows in supply himself! with wheat flour, coffee and encourage every movement that !
and ten many luxuries. Peas, l peanuts, potatoes, makes concerning the Peninsular
acres a fortune the charming beauty the )
greatest luxuriance all
vegetables and
pumpkins, etc., may fatten much more meat Tampa lilt has given
of these lakes adds thousands of dollars to farm products. Other parts of the county than can be consumed. When thc farmer company

i 'the value of the pretty homes upon their have considerable bodies of this, land There shall) have Met out in earnest to make his contract to Mr. Agnew ofOcala, to
borders. occupation soft sustaining and independentof the road to Panasoffka lake, in
They are a never-failing source of is enough of it so that all can take their ;
rest to the I the fatal ry> tear of credit, he will be euro county We are informed J that the
farmer who tills hi* own acres, to choice between it and the IIi lie. The fine to make nil the liro.iil ffli-fttt: urhmtt. end
I the business man who wears out hU uerve land Is usually considered, the healthier.. j all the meat, sugar 'and' syrup.) j neitlful, -for he completed there In time to carry

forces In counting-room or office, to the Many.. havfe their residences in the pinewoods his family and employes, and all the prov. prevent growing crop. It has been !
# housewife with ender for his work animals, on his own land. some that Mr Yuleo N prejudiced
weary domestic: cares, to the and their In the hammock. '
groves Then he
_' mother whose will be prepared to draw all the ready 'ft IIJla. This i I. all balderdash. HU
little ones ever turn to her For those preferring other than horti ,ultur. money he can out of CltVlU'ith this andsurplusage Is fora ;
road ( Amelia Island
for fresh sources of entertainment, to the al pursuits, the most flattering prospects are of other field crops,supplemented runt '
field hand who refreshes himself with a bathat offered either in the cultivation of of by tales of butter eggs, lard i poultry, fruits, ten Tampa bay' with an
the close of his any market stocks, etc., he can improve iris ur. Cedar) Key. lie is I bound to follow hi I ;
day's work, and to the the staple crops in (ltock-raL lng. or in Inv rounding purchase whatever else .he. may I er Great mind,* dn not act from I IulI.lull :
little darkey who is always too tired to work dust rial and manufacturing pumiiU. Several require! and live as imK-pendcntly a* a lord. ptc
hut just fresh enough to go fishing. Without saw-mill in the county are doing a lucrative Hilt he will alwavri ("Mnr:always .hara. ....,.a! will admit that )Ir. Yuleo
them, half tho charm of lifo in Florida business. The field for in and cripfihil with debt, die a miserable man 1 ally Is one of the greatest men of ;
and leave his family in u forlorn condition, We mould work with those who
would be ,
lacking. The evaporation from this direction U if he
practically unlimited. The continues to revere the rule of common 'I
I with us, and we hOI>e that the .
their surface, borne on the brvteea which opulation of the county fa nearly 4sf), arose, and to tint tK-glect of raising I !|
between our pie and ),Ir, Yulce
the J yearly supplies pix)
daily sweep peninsula (rom gulf or compose.I of old resident and |JttillfII.aIl'I.lanto\l\ cotton a*
a large -
opulalion the ole crop oijt of which' he ex to out to be nothing more less
ocean, serve to cool the |11eM 1 pay nor
and lower thete"lltel11tuni of late centers from all part of the au vanexyorevery-tbinghubsfamily I eJJIII)1111anfl ,
lover's quarrel easily settled.
which] 1* always pleasant lathe United State*. especially from the North and farm .Mo--k actually f'OnltUmp. alll l rise ...
I <-t .!on' -whkh will brln about ,
shade even h IK the hotUwt weather of Wet It I I. beli v(ui-t. ri 'e. ThU i i. thu road t*. I I
and to want smile have traveled) I lt wls,.r '11I'n Mate of filing with all p partic..-
miner; thi-* avtuurh !* tu any Irtter rln*. of INY.ple! I* fund tar en niakw shun It. !
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soxa. she said ClAre you from England: ?" faintly. Tell him I implored his pardon white, and leaning( heavily on the arm of ward many times to find him, but in! vain."
r'.' Yes, I am from )England: My pride was even greater than his-may her father, she murmured n word in his, cur I held my peace. I did not say this poor,
The earth cast off her snowy shroud*<, "Then you may kiss! me, if you will. (Soil 1 forgive me!" Evidently it was a request) to retire, for, in lost! creature was It\hanie'l\ foster-brother,
And overhead the skies And she )presented first one check, then the She (fell hack on her 1,11I0fuilltlng, butrallied another instant! !both, l'II'etlusolllhrir' way once lie happy Ardennes.With ,
: Looked down between the soft white other, in the French fashion, while I stoopedand again as she heard\ below the merry\ to the hall./ I started up and followed l much pity In m)heart I 80ughtllI
touched them with lips. Perhapsshe voices of (the children, who hand in hand 11111I'1 in Paris,
t' clouds!'!, my ) A string of carriages was at the door anxiously many days
As bloc as children's eyes!- !saw on the boy's face slight anger at this came in together, singing around them pressed! a great throng IIf people heard the Count and his daughter were goneI
The breath of,spring was all too sweet, she caress, for she stole her hand into his and "I have hidden from the poor child the !straining eager eyes tu catch a glimimpseof I. ceased my search, feeling by a sure instinct -
1 said! drew him n vas. faettlmt I am dying," she !said to me, sorrowfully the wealth and beauty that flitted by. that this city no longer IJ Gustave
Too lIko the spring' that cnnie ere he was COllie' Gustavo, let us play cclncc-cnrlle ; (111(1 who will comfort her when In a loud voice the Count's; carriage was le Foil.
dead".*' again.' I am gone?" called for I by attendant, and as it reachedthe There Is uo need to relate what businessor
"Take the fruit with you, my children," Yon have done wrong to conceal the door there was a struggle the crowd what pleasure took me two years after ,
The grass; : began to grow that day, I cried truth, from Stephanie' ," I answered ; "tell and a young man: }pushed! to the front. A this to St. Elmo. 1 went by the same road, ,\
;, The (ttO\vcJ'lawoke! from !sleep!. The !boy looked back, but he, did not 1110.CUlltil her !now. I will I send her' to you ut once." gaunt haggard figure, clad in rags ; miseryin and it was with strangely sad feelings that I
And round her .did the sunbeams play, Stephanie came toward me ; then he With a kind farewell I withdrew, and on his aspect, famine in his looks, but on his now looked up to the great roof of green
Till she was ftin: to weep. waved her hack and eaughtup the little basket descending I found indeed that not only the face an expression! of such intense! enter!; leaves and thought of the two joyous children -
: ,The light will surely blind my eyes, she himself children\ but the farmer and his wife were longing; that all eyes followed( in wonder. whose happy voices (had startled mysolitude.
eald. "Are you, too, a stranger, (l1I ta\"e," I in ignorance of the dying state of the Eng And tlie-irga70 fell on a young, shrinkinggirl In deep !silence: I rode. on over the '
It shines PO brightly still, 'yet he is dead.. asked fish lady As I disclosed) to them the tiuth in "the shimmer of satin and the sheenof stn-ilccked turf, leaf and shadow twinkling
U 4 No ; I am an Ardennais.' they burst Into pas'iollllte'rping, except }pearl,*. ," whose }paleness! !shone out like around me, flashing oriole and resplendent
; The buds grew glossy In the sun "Then V On many a leafless tree, I said, a little surprised her face, crept softly up !stairs to her moth user the wild face bent toward her. branches and ul bearing to me less of sumishmi11enail -
; The little brooks did laugh and run "Not her brother I You arc mistaken ; I er's room. "She does not know me !" he shrieked of jo than of old. And almostat
) With most melodious glee have no sister' but Stephanie.; :Mrs. Grey never saw the sun rise again, aloud. Then I saw his arms flung( upward, the same spot where I had stopped to
r ',0 God! they make a jocund noise, she wild, He ran off, and watched them both wander but before she breathed her last I (had the ond he fell down among the crowd The lunch, beneath the same huge beech, where
; : All things i forget him now that he is dead. away down the long, arched avenue, till happiness' to put into herhand loving message Count lifted his daughter into the carriage the boy had, swung himself from the brunches
their prettv figures disappeared beneath a from her husband."I and it drove away at a rapid pace. there stood' a wild figure-with long hair
The wind had from the almond flung\ ('IIWIof) leaves. come, Mary, instantly! Live for me The WJ\lng lady has fainted," said voice.. amid dark eyes, sad and restless.
I lied blossoms round her feet, As I fl"lclII hour later, into the little and for our child !f' "This madman frightened her, too, at the He looked at me mournfully as I approached
On hazel boughs the catkins hung, street of St. Elmo, my friend, the doctor, I had accomplished: this by a ride of about last ball to which she went. him.
The willow blooms: grow sweet seized the bridle of my horse.: thirty miles to the nearest telegraph station, That despairing cry had been shrieked: out "Do not tell them at home that you have
Palm willows, fragrant with the spring, she "I expected) you long; ago" he cried ; whence I had dispatched a message to him, in the old Walloon tongue( and I knew the seen me," he said .11 urn waiting for Ste-
said, "but, thank Heaven, you arc in time." and awaited an answer. wretched wanderer whose haggard face had I phanie. She promised to come again in the
Ho always found the first-hut he is: dead "What is the matter? What has: happened :My heart ached with fear as I galloped bent so near the Countess' Stephanie, washer summer and play cache-cache in the woods: ( :: ;'
1;,:'' the flame ?" back to St. Elmo lest I should arrive with foster brother, the poor, forgotten Gustave.I ; "Sho cannot j>lay now, Gustave. I answered. .
'i tight And golden touched was, with crocus "The Englishwoman: is dying-our \illagc these comforting: words too late But I rushed in among the crowd, hoping to Come home with me toSt. Elmo
The small white flower purest of stainless! green,name mystery-our (ten years': wonder." reached the village just before the break of find him but on every side I met n wall of I will let you ride if von will come"
i '. Above the :My dear friend," I interposed, "you for- day, and, accompanied by the doctor I liart strange facesof whom 1 soon found it was He looked wistfully I moment, and then
Ho used to love ground the white was seen and gold she get that this is my first visit: to St. Elmo: and (' to the cottage. :My eyes were blindedas vain! to ask questions. None knew, or none turned awa\
..: said I know nothing of ,'uur'illuge mysteries." I put the paper in Mrs: (ircy's hand but cured to !say" by what road that gaunt figure "No, I will not go to t Elmo ; death is
; Indeed, hitherto tie doctor amid. I had only she was past reading it. It was (the )littleStephanie departed. there-I have seen it. I will wait in the
and he is dead
The ,
snowdrops: come again, : met at Brussels, and it was there he had given who o\clH'llIIlIl\ read the message "You ask me the story of :Mary Grey," : woods. She will not break hcrpromisenndshe ,
1 would not wish: him back, she cried, me an invitation to his: cottage in the amid sobs and teats Then :she flung herselfdown said my friend. .,1t i N soon told. She was must find me here, where we played (
In this dark world of pain ; Ardennes. by the bedside. the daughter\ of a ruined merchant weak often"
'" ( Come with he answered!!\ placinghis I can never love but mother she "Who is dead nt St. Elmo ?" I ,
,,. I For him the joys of life abide, me, you, man, as unfit for the business! of life as he l1iked.thillklng
For me its! griefs remain arm within mine.II I will tell you (the said, wildly. was for the business and the wealth his father to turn his thoughts to another
; I would not wish him back again, she said, mystery on our way" Stephanie you will love your father for lINlut'athl'llhilll.: After the total loss: of tliome.
.: But !spring is hard to bear now he is dead. )Ie drew me on at a I'upi.ll'acc, talking as: my sake. But, where-where isGusta\e 7"said his fortune lie lived here in a small apartment His answer startled inn '
i Mnrmillan'ti a Magazinc, he went. :Mrs. drey, stictching out her hand, And here it was that his daughter "Stephanie is dead. She dirt in the-
,. "Twelve years: ago," he said, "a lady, hlilllll\ had the misfortune to meet with the Count spring, when the flowers came.
STEPIIANIK STOUY.; dressed:: in, black, descended!; from the diligence Choked with sobs, the boy knelt down by Von II-. You know the Austrian nobility "Then if Stephanie is dead, Gustave, why
on the grand route, and asked:\ her Stephanie's: side: and the, thin white handsof is the most exclusive in Europe. Only wait for her here?"
I :: In that wildest portion of the Ardennes, way to St. Elmo., She directed her luggageto the dying woman were placed on the those!; acquainted with society at Viennacan "The lady is dead-Stephanie, (the lady,
I where the woods grow more stately and the be left nt the Harrioro, and, walking herself (heads of1 both understand the wall a parvenu (finds' : extended who came, buck to St. Elmo with a pale, paleface
giant ash and elm and pine stretch on by the shorter way through the woods: *Never forget each other children, while against him. Having hoard something and wept with her head on my breast-
:and on to the Black Forest, there lies in the reached our solitary vilhge on foot. She )'oulivl". Stephanie, do not forsake Gustavc. of this, Mr. Grey justly thought his she is dead. But the other Stephanie who
heart of the green, a vlllnge which I had a child in her arms-u little girl about a no not let pride-" daughter could be no match for the Count loved me, who played with me in the woods,
will very name St. Klnio. It la wonderfully beautiful year old-" But the lingering tide of )life ebbed fast, and he forbade him the house. It was too she i is! not dead. I saw her go away with
; except Bouillon, tho birthplace of the Stephanie! I cried. and the lips were still. One other murmur late. :Mary and her lover tied to England her father, and she said, 'Gustave wi
renowned Godfrey there is not u hamlet in Yes, that Is: her name. The lady found broke from them : Stephen\ 1 my love I my and were married. Whether marriage in come back-wait for me.: She will keep h\
'1 the forest that can vie with its picturesquerocks lodgings at the house of a small farmer, and love! I" Then her head fell back, and we led England! with every Austrian formality un- word-she will return to me. You may ride
pull its wild scenery there she has! resided ever since. And during the children away.In fulfilled. constituted marriage in Austria, I off, stranger. I am waiting, you see, in the
V .. 'Many years ago I went to St. Elmo for a this time she has never hud a visitor, two days from this time Count VonII know not. I only I know that Mary wrote to wood-nm waiting till Stephanie comes
.: week's fishing in the brawling, troubled and, with the exception of two packets a stood I by the cotlln of his: wife, and me from Naples, telling me that although Lorio I lorio I Ah I the lonots and I are
I stream which, pouring over rock and rapid, year from Paris, evidently from some notary looked down upon her dead fee What his her marriage was still a secret from her hus great friend- She loves the loriots. Hut
t I' comes leaping from tho /forest and dashes by or man of business, she has never had a let- thoughts were 1 know not, but on his haggard hand's friends!:, she would bo happy if only the ( is: gone.
i tho village on its way to the Mcu<>c. My ter. She has lived like one buried alive." cheek: and trembling lip I read remorse her father would write to her and: forgiveher. Here he burst into the old !song, "Cuckoo- 1,
road lay through glens and woods filled "And who is: she?" I asked. and !shame.: It seemed all her letters remained un- 00 hi cuckoo-oo la !la," and went wan-
,t\' ,with beauty. All around my path sang the !. "No one knows. She calls herself MineGrey. Later in the day a hearse and a grand coffin answered."A dering away down the long avenue, till my
t', ,oriole and tho nightingale. Her means appear to be very small, velvet covered: arrived from a distant year passed away, and then I beard eyes lost: him among leaves! and shadows.At .
1 ,As the day grew hot, I plunged deeperand yet sufficient III a place like this for neces town, and the poor 111who: had lived so from Mary again She wrote in fearful anguish St. Elmo: the doctor told me his sad
deeper among the soft shades of green, saries. Hut lately she has needed a few luxuries humbly was borne away III pride to be laid Her husband had gone to Vienna to story.
till about midday, when every breath was which 1 have done my best to supplyher .in death, among those who hud scorned, her attend the death-bed of his mother, and in Poor Gustave went to the priests' seminary -
till with heat, I reached a magnificent forest with. She has struggled against con- living.It his: absence she opened a letter from his: sis ," he said, but he had no vocation for
"' glade six miles long, straight as the arrow sumption these two years ; to-day she is dying. was after the departure of the sad cortege ter. This, like some rude stock, awoke the church. Why the Count wished him to
t flies, and arched above by interlacing I am taking you to her." that tho Count came to me and requested Mary from her dream. .. be a priest I can only guess. In three years,
branches and roof of leaves. Beautiful exceedingly Have you any Idea for what reason she } the favor of a few moments' (conver I cannot wonder,' said the writer that having refused to enter the priesthood, he
i i was tho arched roof and so refreshing wishes to see a countryman of her own ?" sation. you hesitate to acknowledge your mud marriage returned to St. Elmo, much improved in
m' in the beat to ev<:ry*Jaded: sense, I can only goes" !She: may have some I come, sir" hO' said, "to clear my dead If you do so you are ruined. No one culture and appearance, but strangely unsettled -
I that tliu eye nuthcd In iU rl'l'nll'u, and the communication\ to make, tome request to wife's nameof, anY.-hmgdow.that may linger! will speak to the daughter of a bankrupt in mind. The love he hud)ever
?' 'ear drank in its stillness, and I the hand prefer=perhaps respecting the child. about it in youriuml. It was for no sin of and a suicide. You must lead this woman borne to the child Stephanie hold, with his
< longed to touch its! dewy verdure Is she a >\\dow ?" I asked. hers that we parted, and she lived here in about in utter loneliness, feeling ashamed of increasing years, taken another phas and
t, t "Surely the very place.," said I, "for an I cannot; tell returned tho doctor, pain 'and poverty for twelve years." her and of the folly that has shut out become n hopeless passion.! His sole thoughtwas
f Arcadian feast" with a terrific shrug of the shoulder. "I His[ lip shook:and his hand, which lie extended from the society of 'oure'1uals. If timer father to sec her again. Patiently he waited
i So I sprang from my horse and fastened : only know that for twelve years she has led toward mime trembled. had not made away with himself one another year, trusting to hear news of her,
j}; 'Mnto n tree.: Then I took tho basket hung here the life of a saint, and except for the "Allow me to thank you for your kind might bear it. As it is the whole thing) is a but none came. Then there grew upon him
i* at the saddle, and unfolded its contents and companionship of her child, she has been ness.! I depart) this evening/; with my daugh horror. When our poor mother is gone, a feverish restlessness, and he It'f the village
spread them on tho sward. A goodly repasttor utterly alone. She has employed herself in ter. I go Vienna to pcsont herto my family from *\'h01lhavo !scrupulously' kept the abruptly By what strange magnetism he
1 anchorite was mine, and I (enjoyed working for the poor, and educating her lit after which 1 shall place )her in a convent secret, I counsel you to make up your mindto knew that Stephanie loved him, and pined
( like a hermit-a wondrous sense of solitude! tle daughter ; giving her as a fellow pupil to complete her education. Sir, it is part with this poor drag on jour exist: amid 11 the wealth and splendor around
: of praise, of life, filling all my being Gustave, the farmer's son. Like Paul amt natural I should wish her to forget this: sad: ence. Ascertain if your marriage is: valid or her his companionship and tlC free
\ said aloud, as I took tho tankard in my The people hero always seeing:: trust to your honor not to recognize in the have not firmness to do this warn you that certain that it Wt so, heart knew it
\ hand. them togl'lhrr,1IIIOt:\ forget (they are not Countess: Von II- the little Stephanie your career in your own country noble Hut though he wandered from city to (, I
t I will trlnqutr with theo, Granger," cried brother and sister." firey who lias lived so long among these one, If you would-is over, and you are in quest of her, they did not meet. He wn's
l'., : r'; an unexpected voice. I looked around and We had reached now a wild and lonely poor villagers." henceforth a wanderer and an outcast. so ignorant of the world, so poor, so lonely,
J" Y up and <(o\vn the green glade, hut through glen, walled in with broken and fantastic With this the Count and I parted. \\'ht'nllIry Gfl' laid down this letter that it was no marvel his search inns unucc"ful. 1
a < the whole length of tho lonely avenue theca which' hlln00111 of dwarf In the evening he and little Stephanie her heart was broken-the news it told her He did not even know h'l'llnle'lIr'al
F.;' ,* of leaf and grass remained unspotted by tallest h and hazel Ueneuth one of the quitted St. Elmo, and I wondered what the wns so bitter. Her father, then: had died name. You wi remember the Count
; i i aught but flitting! birds: or tremulous! shad( these dill's stood thatched cot nuin thought as, all\ through the by his own hand, and she, scarcely a wife, lade it known only to you and my
t ,' OWL tage, with a small garden spread around it, length of the long avenue, the boy Gustavo: was a drag an.l" curse to the man she loved.In self. Hut at length they met-he 1 pour
Cuckoo'-oo l.i J1I I Cuckoo-oo hi la I" sang and just beyond this, the river, which ran followed the carriage, sometimes flinging her way she was as proud, nay prouder, wanderer the streets,she the dainty 'JI'CI
\ tho voice\ again. This is the refrain of an through the valley, narrowed itself!' betweentwo ( himself on the sward to sob passionately! than he was, and she resolved now to leave of some royal file, stepping!; into her carriage.
Ardennais song!; sung by the l'cuantlln the rocks!, and then sprang over a fall of then rising with the old cry : him forever. Even if she was his legal wifeit He recognized her instantly, and sprang forward -
,old Walloon tongue, the tune having a fresh- about twenty feet "::Stephan:: sister Stephanie say good-by was horrible to feel (that lie, whom she crying 'Stephanie Stephanie !I' The
., toys about it redolent of forest life And free- "This is the cottage" said the doctor. to me once moro Promise me again that loved so dearly, was ashamed of her. and gendarmes thrust him back, and he fell
dom. Tho merry voice echoed; above me, We entered, and in another moment I you will come back !I" felt her a curse and a drag: She hastened among the crowd, beaten down like some
among the leaves, and looking up I saw, found myself in the presence of :Mute Grey. Then Stephanie waved her hand. from the to ParK There she learned that her father poor wr11
hanging a great bough of beech, midway The dying woman looked at mo eagerly, window and her childish voice answered : -ever a weak man-had destroyed! himself .' heard his voice, and clinging
i t between mo and tho great roof, u wild figure with large, wild eyes, then she held out her lie !sure I will comeback, Gustave, and in a tit of frenzied grief the day after with passionate tears to her father, she im
.t 1 with long hair, sunburnt face and n'atliark hand to me, saying feebly English : we will play here again at cache-cache. Do her desertion of him This fact her husband \\IIOrl..l him to seek' out her brother-her
'I eyes, somewhat restless; thouxu9fiill( of glee: I want to speak to you alone..' not weep any more, brother. Wait for me (had, pitifully kept from her, but :Mary knew I :She::: called him by that name
Seeing that I perceived him, lie swung: himoU The doctor and the farmer's wife whom next !summer!\ here in this road. I will come, that lie {had brooded over it in disgust and still. The Count soothed her, and gave her '
to tho ground from the swaying branch, we hud found sitting by her h\'II-ide, intuitively Gustave; : I will surely come." horror, and it added terribly to his burdenof maiiy promises, ( her within thepalace
.. and would have: lied away, but that,startiug understood her wish and left before I "l'oorIildren\ I" I said to myself, they shame in his marriage. If she had resolved I while he sought out the guard, and
t \ up, I seized him by the arm Ho was: a could :speak it, will never )playtogetheragain beneath thishriht before to quit him, this dire truth begged that that gaunt figure might not 1.(
,p t. youngster of about fourteen, wild, shy, and I am grieved to trouble stranger," said ('unoltlf) leaves." ,'outirllll.tllH'r resolve Henceforth her lone- uIOH'c to disturb th'la aim,
trop as a bind :Mrs. Un')'. "i 1 t trust: you will forghc me, Going that'night to the farmer's, I found )jnl'!;.'should cal'cnnnee"df-illlposl'll. She frightened Count left that city in f
Let me go." ho cried, "we are playing sir." him and his wife both enchanted with the wrote me this from Paris, adding that her few days ; Stephanie,! meanwhile, having
r u caache-cache. If you don't let mo run Stephanie Mindful of the doctor's counsel not to Count's generosity. love for her husband: was too great to 1 let vainly striven to find the poor wanderer.
will find me." waste time in ceremony, I came to (hue point ".\1111 what will heMo fr Gustave?" I her ruin lijm., lie was now free ; she restored who tracked her steps. But what can
'! ,. A little blooming foci peeped out from at once."flake. asked. him to his home, his country, his young girl do? Her weak efforts to discover f
among the leaves as he spoke, but disappeared no III'0h'gh'Irs: Jrey, but tell GUl:>tuvo is to be a priest ; he is to go to friends, his career. If she had n son,' she him were futile indet'll The Count traveled
like u frightened bird on swim' a me, 1 beg, what I can do for you, and believe the seminary and the Count pays all expenses. said, she should scarce feel justitied in doing from place to place ; Llt' at Rome, Paris,
J stranger}; fll' (that, I strangeras 1 am, I would do muclm ." this, but her child was a daughter, and Brussels, the same wild figure burst through
.. ; Now fetch Stephanie," 1 said, 'TTiitl to be of assistance! to u countrywoman." I had my thoughts respecting this, but I it would be ail ier for her to be brought up intervening crowds, and struck Stephanie
you and she shall havo those cakes, and all It is: but a little thing, sir, to 110, and if h'hlmy peace.My in obscurity love nUll marry :some poor senseless with his:! haggard face '
t I i this fruit you see hero piled! upon tllO grIL"I." you will give me your promise to jwforni it ( Ardennes life, with its simple reminiscences moan' Day by day the girl seemed perishing ofMime
It. On he ;darted like an arrow as I let him lslialldieu71tcnt" 1 gave her mv promise, was put away from mo and almost: "I never heard from Mary Grey again-I great sorrow unspoken At length,
.f I /go, and I doubted whether the hope of cakes\ ana she then drew from beneath tier pillowa forgotten, when one night at a brilliant ball never knew, till you told me, how she livedor when thinking the change might save her
would be strong enough to conquer his savage small pockcthook, from which she took a in Paris, I saw the face of Stephanie Grey. how she died.t'"And life, her father pressedher to marry, she
*' shyness and bring him hack. Hut he card which :she: place) in my hand Five years hail passed; since 1 lost saw her, how did the Count bear the l loss of flung her arms around. him and whispered
i came, rather the girl came leading him. She When I am will :you write to that but I could not mis-take so rare a face as his wife and child?" I l\ kl. the .truth
f t ? was smaller than he, but she had an older) address and toll him to send or come for his her. Very dilll-rently, I believe, from the ex- I pine for the free forest, father. I pine to
t y calmer look ,As I looked into her eyes I child. "Will you tell me who is t that young lady?" pectations hi.s sister. He did not return see Gustave again. Everywhere I go I hear
!ilLin them an expression never found in any My eyes fell on tho name and address of I said to the friend with me. to Vienna, ; he sought out no honorable ca his voice- r'whlro I see the deep dells,
I ;., girlish face, in places: within the pale of civilization an Austrian noble, reputed to beef immense She is the young Countess Von II-, reer. A lost and lonely man, he wandered the rugged the foaming rH'J of the
.. -an* expression so unwitting of I I wealth and known to be one of the proudest one of the richest heiresses now in Paris.' about Europe immosely\ till five years ago _\l'\lennC. Take me home; me die
aril, so devoid of that ,species! of conscious: : of the exclusive: aristocracy Vienna I Her face is strangely beautiful. What is he electrified the fashionable world by burying there! .
i 'h\'ihfulnt'8s1| which brings tho reddening glanced at the dying woman with\ decpcompitsMon. her history?" his wife, with all sorts of } "The man's pride gave way
t i ,: cheek and averted glance, that it cume near On her attenuated face there lingered '"A blank, my Lord;said the lady,quoting ors, in the Dmily vault in some old chateau 'Try to live, my child,' he said Ifyou
er to my thought of angels than anything the remains of great beauty. And on Shakesjieare. Literally blank for the in the Tvrol. At the same time he intro love this young man, he hall be my bonV
i f; t had ever yet wen on earth this wasted page I fancied\ I could! read her first twelve years of her life ; but we take dU'l'llnn't; acknowledged his daughter, who He sought the outcast now as earnestly
II t Then too, -she was! beautiful, and her history."And. her fathers word for it that she has been I I.* very beautiful, very accomplished: and a he had tried before to avoid him, but the
.beauty was: of a most rare order Her complexion if tile Count will not acknowledge;, abroad with her mother. That is her father very unhappy. search WW useless And in sorrow and
s was! of that clear olive that at night his ibuj htcr-if lie will neither come norsend" standing by her, looking on her ) proudly." How do you know that? I said! eagerly. gloomy foreboding he traveled to the Ar-
It:'t bines( with the lustre of Ivory her small her-w hut are your wishes then ?" 'And the mother?" Itcr face tells:! it. I hear she (hates the dcnl' with his sick daughter,
,\ a' figure wus the perfection of grace; and her I said.A Oh she is dead l Hers f was a sad story. world, refuses all of.J of marriage and only t"There are strange mysteries in our na
band and fet-t were tiny. Her hair was ofa faint flush suffused her thin check as I will tell It to you some day. The Count Illlort leave to .nter a convent Her fath tUrlpk a a doctor-but strangest of ,
peculiar brown like the brown of bird's, she answered me painfully : little guesses that I know it, but I wa a adores her, is in despair. She is thO mystic forewarning of fir.
I t and utterly unbrightencd by "It was of me-hU \\'Ifo--thlt he was school fellow of Mary GreyX and she trusted very restless, and he Wand'f about with the future we cull
1 e' wing lighter tiuU.: any ashamed ; even his pride will\ not hinder me with Ler. =t."" htr-from city to city. Hut It'l'le say it is prophetic "oice which at forcbln.-thl time
This U. her description, but words fail to him from acknowledging his daughter." I woul,I have asked her eagerly for the all u"le; the same strange event followsthem soul in and awful tones
justice to the power and wonder of her "Good l heavens:! are you the Countess ttorbIll ai this moment the orchestra! comluenced -- tt'rywherebut then, of course, (hut Whether these 'brought Gustave: hither
-'. bwuIt i U th.* magic lllt'IIILrlIIUfhwl.... You II-?" I (exclaimed. "_\1111 dying: a wild and joyous air resemblingso! is impossible. whispering that Stephanie was coming, who
line*.*, not& the form alone, that constitute its t here, like third"! much in its'udr11('esIhueold.lnlennaissong, What ennt1 I cried, and I felt ) shall say? lean but tel01 that in the
true ll\u illivu.I 1 !tl'Uf't.'hkn'w whether to Itelicvo her which the children! (had caroled in the forest, heart beat )', as I bent forwln wood whefe they i' she found
In blunderingtwonls asked the child her words or not It seemed impossible that a that I rcmaln.-d: 1 silent and startled Breathing listen huu.8 the carriage dro\e 11re the solemn
man like the Count would let his wifo faintly through the.stnLln-now |ot. Why, people wy the poor young countess arched roof of he stood forth to
I .name..' fetepluaie, the Stranger," she answered:! ish slowly in such obscurity and want pint n'tuMiing-came the echo of the free is )' a madman-a wild, gaunt inert it-a madman child u the had '
,' { tuo. am a foreigner, Stephanie" the dyingoinuu did not' hml tbeiloiibt Implied \vivnli, and I saw Stephanie Grey turn to- crt'tur who follows her with a most pite him, ready to weep, to laugh, to play, a.lef ,
; wed at rue more earnestly here. In my exclamation, \aM. the mu>ieia(5a wild look, painful in : he-irt-breaking love Who he i the old days when they were children to I
:s ft9t ,1)'O:3 from my mother's country ?" We hate both much to forgive .hc>>uM it(* inteiiH'iiess. 1'1It'ther' face grew deadly none know. The Count has offered a r. gether.f .....

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Gustavo told you truly. She wept upon 1 llallroadM.Mi [ .1AVAXXA1L J.'I.OHW'n:STlmX every Thursday \pnlachicola: Fla., and! JlY 0 It ( AlV LiNE't':
his breast t. and she died for sorrow --.. ..-----...- -------- -.--. --'-- -- IJ RAILWAY. every Saturday for Columbus\ (ia., and ]':u.
anti it fanla, ..Ina.Connects. '
She hall conic in hope, was
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ijucnclicil, ; she Had come in love, nine it was 1 On and after !Sunday: May( 22: Ktl, Passenger with steamer G. Gunby) Jordan -,
. drowned in pity. The shock the grief killed OF TIIK Trains will run daily. OUT thc Waycross every Sunday for Apalacldcola, Fla., and I i-to. 1
her. On the last lay of her life, as we stood Short Line as follows! : every Tuesday! :\ for Columbus, and EuuiulaAla. : : : .
around her, she turned f suddenly toward her .1T1.ANTiCIULI'k\1'EST:: INDIA THAN- .J ckMllc\ l ., '
father, and thanked him sweetly for bring. SIT RAILROAD Fast Mail' hocprl': !' Coniurts at Lake City with trains on the .."I:-- .

ing her hither : (/<':I"c Jacksonville.... 7.35:\ a. 11\. 5.25 p. m. l'"loriICl'ntral( Railroad for Jacksonville
I die where I had wished to die,' she PENIXSULAR]: RAILROAD), Arrive Jacksonville.... 8.40 p. m. 8.10 a. 1i1. and :St.: Johns River 1: Fernandina and Cedar S. MA 11, S'1'I'A11SIIIi'ti
said where my mother closed her eyes, in Ll'ave Callahan .......... 8.42: a. m. 0.22: p. m.Arrive \. Key. WILLIAM O. AMES U _
home with all I love around Turn ((11\ (ddo Branch) (General Passenger Agent. .
my rue. Waycross m ... .11.07 a m. n.I 13 p. m. ... .. .
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my face to the window, that I may see the AND Arrive .Tl'l\lp..l .:t'} noon. 11.05: p. m. Will leave Cedar Key
forest again. Poor (!u tavel I take care of Arrive Brunswick..... ('.OO p. tl\\. 5.:M t) a. m. 1.. l.Rll.1 CENTRAL: RArf ROAD.Leave .

him when I am gone away. .And father, FERXAXD1XA) JACKSONVILLERAILROAD. : Arrive Savanna! ........ ::1.001'.11\j :!.on a. m. FOR NEW: ORLEANS: EVERY: oil I11SR:
' bury me at St. Elmo, Illlet him one day Leave Savannah: daily OUIXtIn) T. FRIDAY
>- lie by my side.' for Florida..........:. 1.20p.m.: 10.30: p. m. Jacksonville: 8:15: A. M.
the Count obeyed her. After his daugh Arrive )lneollli17.M p. ni. 7.00 a. m. Leave White I House( ... $:53" :\ A. M.
ter's funeral ho left us, broken man. As!' Arrive Charles daily ().8) p. tl.M\ a. In.Leave Leave Baldwin !0:30:: ) A. Jo[. .
for me, I moralize and wonder why the sins lt I-tf'u-t: ( May Ctli., 1S31. Charlest'n daily Leave n.lI'hy\.ill. !0:55: A. M. FOR ]KEY WEST::: AND HAVANA

of the parents fol'so' heavily on the chil! for Florida............. 7.40a.m. 3.30p.m.: Leave Sanderson...10:10: A. M.LcnveOlustce EVERY: OTHER( : SATURDAY.
dren. I ask too whether the Count's pride Arrive Atlanta Ilail '... :3.50 a. 1.l. 1 12.50 noon t ..............................1l::!.I A. r,[.
or Mary Grey's ,disobedience! rallied all this (101 Ml ()I1TII. Arrive Augustadaily.JO.OO \I''. t1.. ...-1.i p. m. Leave Alt ('lIrri.1 11:15: A. M.

sorrow! ?" Leave Fernandina....................... !O.oo' a.m. .'or.1ontguvierydaily( 8.00 jt. m.\ Leave l Lake City !: r. M.
This was the doctor's IItt1r\'. Thus, from .\1'. !O.0) ) 0.10! Live 2:30: ) .
Washington daily a. m. a. 1.1 Leave I' M.Leave I.
I together (the sad Leave Hart's", Road..... ................. !I..17 a.tll. PARSONS: \ HALF, Agents; ,
different lips have woven ; Leave Callahati......... .................. 10.52a.m.Leave : Washington daily Madison.( :...4:15: r. M.
history of Gu tave Ic Fon. He went by that B. & P. R..............10.00 p. in. 10.30: n. m. Leave Drlfton I .(1..11) v, M. 0-13t! : Cedar Key, Fla
nal\le' and when ho] died Dutton........... ......... .........1 I.:.:! I\.tn. --- -..- .. .-.-..-.- --
for JUatl"'t'UT!!, Washington daily Leavei'allnhassee ...... 8:50:: 1'. M.
Leave !Branch) .................11.38 a.m.
they laid him bye the side of a grave on Brandy: limited ..... 0.30: >
( express) p. in.Ar. Leave (Quincy.10:28: i M. SUMMER SIII.aHrl.J: tnn
stood; with the Leave Baldwin .................. .........12.03: : p.m.
which there a !single !>stone New York 'hll 1
Arrive C tnlwllt'hl'c \.l.I..1 11:50 .
nine- Leave Maxville( i ...... ......... ...........12.33: : p.tl1.1.1'I'C daily, : r. M.IOINU
simple inwription-"I"tephmic.: Aged P. R. R......... ......... n..) a. m. 5.20 p. m.Ar. ( K\"T. : PTEISIRR4t
tt'cn.-; I... .1[. Xotley.SILLY Lawtf'1. p.m. New York
Leave Temple's( ........................... 1.20 1 p.m. limited daily....., 3.r 0 Leave Chaltalmochco !River.... ..... 4:30::; .\. M. *;,--- -- --ter
SKXTIMK\TALISM. Leave Starkc ............ .................. 1.38 p.m. ( express) > p. m. Arrive ( n lt':5: .\. M. 1'ITSi'
Leave Thurston: .......................... I.ll1'.tu. TIME. Arrive Tallahassee. 7:30:: A. M. f ST. JOIIXS [ K. j POIXT J
College graduates look upon a business' career Leave \VI!hln.......... ......... ............ :2.34 p.m. Arrive Drifton. !ttt5.u.):: M. ,t.._- '"w ,,.. -_. _......
as something beneath them. Theythink I Leave Gainesville......... ............... ;3-.30: To Savannah: ....... ............... ......... 71 hoursTo Arrive Madison! .:
because liberall'clul'I1i. p.m. .......... ......... .......... A. M.
that they are Leave Arrcdondo ............... ......... 3.52: p.m. New York (171 hours .\1'1'1Li On 1:10 .
i-d they must choose! :learned profession.: Leave Batton.............................. ".07 1'.ln. To Macon..................... ......... ...... 12 hours Lake\'I' City. 4,00:: ) t'I'. at M.1Al"rl.l'
Buying and selling, or mechanical business, To Augusta ............... .. .......Hi hours.
Leave Archer............................. 4.20! Arrive Mt. Carrie.
would t e disgraceful. This is cant and sillysentimcntalism. p.m. ToVnshingtun i ...........................:38\ !hours. : I'. M.
Leave Bronson ........................... (.tH p.m. Arrive i Olustee......... 4:51 .
: t. SIr'
It I is as honorable to sell a To I Atlanta................................ 10! hours.
Leave OlterCrel.k...................... 5.40 i Arrive
p.m.Leave Sanderson( ............... 5:40: i\ M.
of butter if honestly hold and sold ..... .......... ..........
pound] is write briefer till Rosewood...... ................... n.III1'.II1. To Charleston 14 hours. Arrive ]Darbyville\ ((5:20!: 1'. at. -
tor what it is, as it feel!to a and write Arrive Cedar Key....."....... .....".: fl. S5' 1'.tn. THROUGH SLEEPERS.: : : Arrive ]Baldwin........................... ((5:45: ( r'. M.
out a
a summons or a pulse Fernandina Jacksonville
Arrive White House... 7:25: r. M.Arrive WJIT.lca\'c
prescription. About hall of our graduates (101 Ml XOKTH. Jacksonville to Savannah.i and intermediate landIngs -
choose the law few less titan formerly *Jacksonville to Charleston.! Jacksonville. 8:00:( r. M.
enter the ministry; a become phys[ Leave Cedar Key........... ............... 5.30: a.m. ,!-Jacksonville to flacon.jti I. CONNKCTIONS.: Baldwin with A., G. A nn the St.: John's River, and Savannahand
duns ; some teach ; ;some many arc willing to t face Leave Rosewood!.......................... 0.10/ a.m. JaCkSOnville to 1lontgont'y.Passengers ( W. I. T. R. R., for Cedar Key, Gainesvilleand Charleston, as folows :
and! Leave Otter Creek....................... 7.00a.m.) and nil North and 1"1'011rlla1t1lIa
and labor squarely! try journalism Fcrnandina ( points
poverty few into!business.: The most are Leave Bronson....... ......... ........... 7,4'2: n.1 i. taking the :Savannah: sleeperand West at Lake City for Tallahassee Albany
; ,
: ; go .. ..... ................ 8.10/ FOIl JACKSONVILLE AND PALATKA
unmindful of the maxim that our rich Jewish Leave Archer... .. .. a.m. arriving at Savannah! at 2.00 a. m., may fiL\'unnuhlIlItl all I points North and West! ,
citizen!' never lose sight of he who Leave Batton ..................... ......... 8.38: a.m. remain in tho car until the usual hour of) Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steam; JTrEVERY: WEDNESDAY.From :: .-*
would get rich must sell something"notsolnething Ix>ave Arrcdondo ........................ 8.liR a.lll. rising in the morning, 7 n. m. ers. j. H. MCELROY:
,, but Leave Gainesville....................... 0.35a.m./ W. M. DAVIDSON FernandinaFOR
which comparatively, very l'arlorCarondaytraiuthroughtoCha'leston. Master 'I'ransp'n.Superintendent. .
few want such a.s law pleadings or medical L'nvc'aldo .......................... ...10.30a.m.: .

treatment, but something everybody must Ll'l\vc Thurston..........................10.51 a.m. Only one change! of cars! to New York. -. ... . ... .... .. SAVANNAH AND CI[ARLESTONEVLRl'
-- - ---- -
have-teas, dry goods, stoves, boots Leave Starke...............................11.11 a.tll. Passengers going to Montgomery( New ,fj" I''ItIDAY.-t I '.4
beef. The Honorable sugars E.: J. M. Hale of Iiay- Leave Temple's...........................10.20 a.m. Orleans take the evening train. .Itoolt. .. ami Stationery.Wholesale .. ... ;
erhill, Mass., graduated at Dartmouth in Leave Lawtcv .............. ...............11.:170.111.: I Passengers from lino of Transit Railroad\ -- --- -- ----- -- Close' ('olnel'lioltl1I1.I11! with Htoainei-N for
1835, and at his death a few days since, left Leave Maxville\ ...........................12.2"I!) p.lu. take the evening train at Callahan: at /0.25} 11OItAlE, DRI' \V, ellonvillo and Enterprise) +o with steam-
an estate estimated at $5,000,0io to $S,000iiOO. ,- Leave Baldwin'\ .. .... ... ................. 1.10 p.m. ; p. 11\. ors for Ocklawalm} River; also at Savannah
( He made this money in his milK by Leave: Brandy Branch................. 1.28 p.m. Passengers from line Jacksonville, Pen- and IMatl with steamers for New York, Philadelphia.,
manufacturing woolen goals-not, in law or Leave Dutton ............................. 1..1" p.1n. sacola: t Mobile Railroad either take train Boston and Baltimoreand at Charleston with .
medicine. A liberal education did not place Leave Callahan.......................... 2.22 p.m. at Live Oak leaving: 2..51". m. and arriving | > 001S, STATIOM.KY, steamers for New York, I'hillllelphilDalt! -
Mr. Hale above earning money in n useful:< 1.1'IIV1I1rt'M Road...................... 3.25 p.m. at Savannah at 2.1N) a. m., or train. at Jacksonville more, andvith Northeastern A South Carlo-
.I business: If education] did! not give foolish Arrive Fernandina .. .... ............... 11.M) p.m. leaving at 7.35:\ n. m. and, arriving at Anil MUSIC, linn Railroads for routes 1orth."t And

1 notions to our young men, we should hear Trains! daily, except Sunday. Savannah 3 p. m. West
of less over-croa'dmg of tjie professions.Irofesioiial Connecting lit Savannah with. steamers for 50 NEST Buy\ STRI.T: FIRST-CLASS! 1'\"' I'NCllm: ( ACeO 1 MO.
_n _. n __ _. __ ... --,.- -.--- New York, Philadelphia, Boston and Balti DATIONS.
ami Rushes! CardsWM. : more. JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA.IIIB ] .
._ .. 1'EXIXSULAR RAILROAD, Througli Tickets and Staterooms veeiirerland l
-- ------ --- ----- Connecting at Charleston with steamers
ii. C.; IIn"IU, (Wttldn' liranch.) for New York Philadelphia and Ball 111 0 r('. all information furnished at oOke, corner -
('ent re and Second. .
on Brunswick A Albany Railroad

GEXEU.\T.: COMMISSION MERCHANT, (.iOINU SOUTH. leave Junction daily (except Sunday) f for it"S.'h..ol Rooks- u SI.'hU-o:; -20-ly -_ ._ ..0.-._A..-_NUl'lkl.. .. 01o&o.-
Lea\e Waldo Junction..4.1: p.m. Brunswick, at 4.10 p. m. .
CEXTKK ST., :;.:\1: II. It. DKVOT, Leave Santa Fe........ ......... ......... :,1.18 p.m. Through Tickets sold! to nil points, and --- -- I'or Tampa I.ud Key Wet,,

Leave Hawthorne ....................... ".O.i p.m. Sleeping-Car; Berths!' reserved at thc Savannah It. 11. : IISO\: VIASleaniNlilp

FKRNANDINA, FLA. Leave Lochloosa.......................... 4.15 p.m. 1.'lori.1aVl'1'otl'rII Railway otllce. No. r/1.t111'A
Leave Orange Lake.................... .T..!10 p.m. It West Bay street ; also" nt Ticket Otlico '. ,

__Hay___,_Com____, OalN._._ ____u.__ __ __ Arrive Ocula l ............... ...... ........... '7.00 l'.t11. Macon A Brunswick, 1t( lrtl\ct. corner Bay r+ ... --
and Hogan streets, and Ticket Ofllce Florida
JAMES )1.UI..IX, (OIXQ MIKTII. Central Depot, Jacksonville' Fla.

AND BUILDER, Leave Ocala..;.......................'. .......):.1.") a.m. .IAS. I L. TAYLOR] ,
CONTRACTOR Leave Orange Luke ..................... 7.2''.) O.lIt. General Passenger Agent
Alachua Street, between Second ami Third, Leave Ixichloosa...... .............. ..... M.II) n.l\l. H. S. .VINES: General Manager. :30JACKSONVILLE :: )
Leave Hawthorne........................ !0.15a.m.) _____. ..___.__ ______ __ n_ .
Flm .\\DlX.\, FLA. J..c'avc :Santa: Fe..... ............ ......... 0.15 a.m. : ;, PEXriACOLA: AND

t Orders attended and estimates to. from a distance:2o-tf! carefully Arrive \\'lthloJunction.... .......... 10.15 a.m.KERNANDINA ': RAILWAY. 11N1)EIt'I'AKER.: (5ARRYING 'I'UIu.: H. MAIL.[

-------- --.-.- -------.--- -.--- On Trains
------ -- :\IItllllh.r.Monday, May 2,1S8|I. !'
o. s. ()..un s, on this: road will run daily; as follows : FIFTH ST.. FERNANDINA: ]"I, \.
.. I f'J 1 it JACKSONVILLE: no i N" WKHT.Leave ONE; of the staunch and elegant Steamer

I \ /OXTRACTOR AND BUILDER. RAILROAD. Lake City..........12.30: : p.m. the above Luau will leave Cedar' Key
Leave Wclhorti........... 1. 'O) p.m. BURIAL ROltl H. METALLIC CASKS.'; every Monday at 4oo':( p. in., for
.MANUFACTCKKSMOULDINGS Li K/ict M Ctli 1SS1.iOINU I.cavcILoustou. ........ I.3S: ) ;:\ COFFINS" ANII CASKETS.:
( vj :. :::. p.m_ .. Tampa, .llaiintee,
BRACKETS SAWED AND Arrive Live Oak.......... :2.00 Tolt'graphlortteri'! promptly attended toRIcr
TUKXEI BALUSTERS, NEWELS: ( BOUT1I. Live Oak.......... :2.30 p.m.p.m.Ixave '_ __ __.__ __ ._ ____n. _"_ And Itraldentouii,
,. Leave ........ and Ocean StcaiiiboatN.MALLORY'8 .
Caster .. :! .J8
Leave .crunnllina..ll.10 a.m. A 5.30: p.111.
: UlII8. SHEATHING, p.m. : .__ -. --- .-- -- --- ---- -- -4--. every Monday and Thursday at 4:00p. :
WEATHERBOARD.INU Leave Iart'sRoad,1l.13n.m. fe 5.01 p.m. Leave El laviIIc............ ::1.30 p.m. in. for
AND FLOOR Arrive Jacksonville..,...:,5() p.m. & 7.051'.111. 1.cavclfadisort......... ... 1.45 I p.m.

ING. UOINU NORTH. Leave Greenville"::.::: :5.15'p.m.: i:-..-- -- -. 1"I.fuun.\ S'I'3ISII..IXI: :, Pniila IliiNMa and Key Went.Connections .

Stair and Church Work Leave Jacksonville......8.20 a.1... A. 3.10 p.m. l.caveucillt............... 0.10 p.m. .. -

A Sl'ECIALTY. Arrive leave Hart's Fernandina 1oall..0.45...10.25a.m.a.m. &A. 4.50 4.15 p.m.. Leave Drffton..::....:..,. 0.40 ;.m- made at Cedar Key with the

p.m.Double Leave Monticcllo......... :5.50 p.m. Only Direct Mmlo New York., Florida' Transit Railroad from and to nil

DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMES Trains daily except Sunday. Leave Lloyd's....:..:.... 7.i5JI.III.. I points( North and West; nt Pnntft Russa with

OF ALL 8IZI':: (.cave Chaircs'...... ...... 7.10/ p.m. A Steamer t for Fort Myers.( Fort Ogden;- and
Post Ottiee Box 171. Pino Level.
jan Fernandina, Fla CONNECTIONS Arrive Tallahassee..:,.: 8.25 p.iii. Ir Through Tickets: are oi sale at Fenian
Leave Tallahasse........ 8.50
.--- p.m. ilina, Jacksonville, Gainesville, and* Cedar:
"'. K. IIAUKMttUT, AT FEIL"NDtX.FLA.., Leave Midway. ........... !U,1!lI'.tn. Key, ut greatly related rates, for oil print

.i0 F.NT, With New York and Fernandina Steamship Leave(jiiinry( ... .........I 10.2H p.Tn.;: ;: pal points on tho Gulf Coast.J. .
WIIOLKhVLK AND RETUL : Line from New York on Tuesday, at 0a. Leave Mt. l'h.u"lIlIt..II.O'' p.m M. GALP1UN. Gen'lAg't; ,
pia. or 4.00 p I. in., and for New York on THE: FIN!: STEAMSHII-S. L'J: Cedar Key, );']a.
BUTCIIlmU STOCK DEALER, Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains. :Arrive' CI bmtta;;; _:"]tJ\'C'r..ll.rJl.-I.m--\ : : .. -_
: -- -
AND1)ealcr : c. ; nsnii\: :
With Georgia: and I Florida Inland Steam- ; in Ice. COINO WKHT-ST. MlllKM IIIV' IIJX.
hunt Company from Savannah daily except (; HI I 1 X I'y::
,,. TENNESSEE' : REK 1 A SPECIALTYBKOOU Monday ; Savannah daily except :Sunday. ( Tuc, .q :
" STREKT WIURF. With Charleston Steauterruin Savannah Leave Tallahassee....,.............,..... O.ooa.m.) < ITV 01' l>.\ [.LAS, C/Ail .:
10-tf FERXANDINA' FLA. and Charleston] on Wednesday) Sunday ; Leave ChattahoorhA-...................jo.10 a.m.
------ -.--.- \ Jrri0 St. ....... ('.111'. RISK.OXE .
for: Savannah and Charleston Tuesday and ..:.Marks.. ..... ... ........10.35-'. .. .a.m.. -
G. F. AVERY. Friday. ---- ----- -- -
With Steamer Plum from St. Mary's River (.01.NO t:\ T. : of the, jihovu Steamers will leave 1-

Landings on Wednesday and Friday ; for Leave Chatta. River.... '.1.30a.m. arrival fur of New York every Thursday :.:.
Ix-ave 1.30: !! on afternoon trains from r
St. Mary River Landings: on'Sunday nmlWednesday. Chuttahoochcc.. a.m. Jacksonville and Cedar
Leave Ml. Pleasant..... 5.15 a.llI. Key. TICK HTKAMKKH
This line having no transfers to make
IA11'ERY AND HOARDING 8TAHLES.CARRIAGES AT CALLAH1N. Leave Quincy.:.:::.:..... Via aim.: t betweenFERNANDINA 14 C) It A 3IAUTHA,

: AND WAGONSTo To and from Savannah\ nt 10.45 a. III. and l.eav Midway............ .O.Ua.m. 'uptain HIl'I AllIItlOX. Captain -- _,

and from Steamers and Trains. 2.21.11'. in. Arrive 'fl111ahus8l.-e....... 7-k O a.m. -- : ) AND NI'YOHK: -

CONTRACTS FOR Err. AT BALDWIN, FLA., Leave Tallahassee....... 8.00 a.m. -it-J"U.Y Slm\'LCK....
To and from Tallahassee at 12.2*) noon Oiler tin ,
FOR BILE : amM.OO p. m. Ix-ave ChaTr '...:......... 8.13a.m. -
Leave Lloyd's............. U.08
HORSES The Flora) 1
BUGGIES;, HARNESS, AT LOCIILOOSA, FLA., leaves Fernandina for St.Mary'sRiver
CARTS AND WAGONS.jarTEUMS With Steamer for all points and Leave fontic llo.>...... 9.0(1a.m/ ( TO 1"JOum.fJlJl'J'J.US.: landings every Monday.( Wedi\ 'ti ay
CASH.jttfOffice .-** landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Peninsular Leave Driflon............. 0.45a.m. and I.'rlclay-returntng on Tuesday, 'TIm,..

and Stable First Street, near ] Railroad Train. Leave Aucilla............10.10 a.m. Vegctabh and Fruits will receive *|*t-bil clay and Saturday.
Broom Street Wharf. 49-t Leave .oenvlllc..IU.S"i: a.1 s. care in handling.ASSENGER The Martha li-uves Fern&ndlim for saint
AT oc A LA. -. ... ''olnts every Tuesday, Thursday and Hatur
obtained for inventionsor Leave Madison............11.40a.m..
PATENTS With Sta:,:e Line to and from Brooksville : ACCOMMODATIONS ARK uy-returning every Monday, Wednesday
for improvements In old dally except Sunday. Leave laluville..IL5.50.o; 1: : a.m. dud Friday
om and*.all Caveats Infringements, Trade. farb Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; from :(' V C'usteT.:::....... LIU p.m. ---- FIIWT-CLAH.S.

INVENTIONS patent business THAT promptly HAVE attendedto. BEEN Ocala and Tampa on Monday, Wednesday. Arrive Live Oak.......... 1.10 ,..11I. The raveling public are olFurcd the advantage Through IIIIlM of leading

REJECTED may btill, in most case, be patented and Friday. Leave Live Oak.........._..2.10 ,.m.I :.. .. .. of a DIRECT: LINK;, WITHOUT by MALLORY'H LINE: of tOftme", to all

by us. Iking opposite the U. 8. rat- ATCKDiR KEY, FLA., I.eave Houston............ 2.32p.lU. ANY CHANGES.( Connections Wade at t 1"llIb i on IheSt/MaryV,
ent Office and engaged\ in }'.\TENT; BUSINESS With Steamer JjJJnto and from 1'ensaro- Leave Wei born............. 3J..) pan f Fernandina with all IIt'lullltm&tll for all

: EXCLUSIVELY: we can secure i.atcnU ]la on Monday and Friday. Arrive Lake ... 3.Mp.7: i. :'points on the St. John's, Ockluwaha, and < lose ('o11ueellou
f in less time than those who are remote With Steamers Clinton and Morgan for City: : : : .. __ ; Indian Rivers, and with the Train-it Rail
from Washington. New Orleans] on Friday ; from New Orleans road at Fernandina (fur nil railroad stations mudi with the New .n ami
GOING E.UiT--hT. MthKS IUV1SIOV.ThurnJiiyt 1'orklCbsJeutc
When Inventors send model or sketch, on Saturday; from Havana and Key West, and Gulf tprty. in Florida! Havunn.'ih St/91111elti.:
we make search in the Patent Office and on Friday; for Key West and Havanaou (Tues4ug 9 l fiuturd'tyi.) .
ml vise atoo its patentability of rtmrye.Correspondence Saturday. lA-a\' St. Marks..:.:........12A5'\ a.m. FREIGHT: AND PASSENGER: RATESAS ROOD} AfCOJIMODATIOKS

cnntidential ; fees rf'alion. With Florida & Havana Mail ,..W'.lIu hip hate Wakulla...".... ............12.30 a.m. IXW AH J1V INDIRECT I.INI4.:
able ; and NO IJlAmilUX"o: : .-; PAT- Company's Steamers for Kf'Yo.tuIIII- arrive Tallalia.i>It..........: L:............ 1.40 p.m. for PuMcntcr .. y.xeu"IIJlI! ,tJt and Tour!
EXT: IS: OBTAINED.: |tin on Monday and Thursday. ;(1'hrough Ratea and hills of lading will tlml thlftfiTtfM-y attractive trip, nit the
We refer by j'nm-teion to the City Postmaster With Steamer I.tupriu, for jH.inu on the' COXXJ-erfOXI.) to all prtimit4.. turnery is grand, null allK! ')orn and, fcll.tr
and to the Hu{>ermtendent of the Su wannee River, on Thurs luya at U a. m. Both Eat and Wot lxund; trains meet at 'or p.ups' age or further 'Information! apply game uro abundant. .v.-c<|ff-
4 IVtet-Offica Money( Order DivMon in Washington For Information reflecting routes, rates, Live Oak and omiirct with 2:*.% train on Havunnalj tii jmEither of the alxive Steamers t'ftl1 b t-
Kornwf.il reference. circular ad.vile etc., apply to nllti.Ja .V Western l Railroad fur R. W. toIOU1'U\\'f.4\K'lIt, chartered, i't shy Um.
terms, etc., addrcna) .... A. O. )Mu-IXlNULI: ?1'.AV3Uhli) and All.uiy.! Fi-rnundinu. For Auihrr (iiif'rnutl.>u a ,lY kIVXf \
l-'. A. SNOW A CO.. G;<-n'l Tk-ket and l"a-. Ayt'nt. 1'4. % ul"N: fear (:thita.hn..c(., River" J'J&hI t C. H. MALUMY & ('()., .\.*I. iWI.VAj(1": ':
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a riLIIi FLOJlIDAMlUKOIlSATURDAYtJULY;; :; : \ Gradually introduced and ]located in THUCK ],'AIl.1Il.Wl, this county can no; doubt make his record easily ]left: the country, as the way and
well selected; homos, they would succeed as The cultivation vegetables and] small whatever matter the A'lrancf, refersto. means! were provided, lie chose, ]however,
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-- -- -- -- .--- ---- -- -- .- ---.-- .--- .--- nil other industrious intelligent laboring to delay in accepting/ t the opportunity, for
fruits in
2, 1881, men do who settle here. What we desire to Florida for Northern markets will, reasons! known to himself; and perhaps, as

., --- -.--- --..-. ,. --- ..- -. .- .. say is that caution is to he exercised in the in the near future, be as large, if not a ]larger, The Advance ill also mistaken: in asking us circumstances have transpired, it was well

Tin: FOUR MILLION BALK. introduction of bodies! of immigrants who industry than any ether experience of to admit that the connection from Ocala is he did. so. X.THE .

We ]publish In another column copy of helpless.ore, without means ami, t to a certain extent, each succeeding year, of !success and profit, closer! with Jacksonville than with Fcrnandina. foul MILLION ACRE COXTRACT.

the agreement made on the 1st day of June' of failure and loss!I. have been S'> many lesson On the score of distance it might be -

"by the Trustees of the Internal Improvement Till] ItOMESTLAlt SIITTLVRS; IX .*, which; rightly learned, will be of use. made so, 'but in fact Jacksonville is now
Articles of agreement entered into this,
,:,' Fund with Hamilton Dillon.! SOUTH FLORIDA. While it docs not rcqulrea high order of talent readied rill Fcrnandina.mrocn the lint. t day of June, in the year one thousand -

'; The Floridian, from which we copy the We have obtained a copy of the following to plant sow, gather, yet itidoes want ] tight. hundred mid eighty-one, between\

agreement, although published on Tuesday, letter ttddre 4pd to the Commissioner of the close and systematic attention and labor of I.V'lJW l"GL.IJ.Bishop William D. Itloxham, Governor of the Stateof
General I/ind-Officc ) Yulce Williams, of Connecticut, in a recent Florida, William D. lames' Comptroller! ,
r;t', ,1, reaches us on Thursday, with New York papers by Ir presidentof judgment, observation believe that the
Henry ,\. / Treasurer, George; P. Ra-
'' address to his convention gives' most I/I'ngle
;; of the same date, so that\ we have. not the railroad, in reference to the homestead transportation facilities will improve, both ney, Attorney-General, and Hugh A. Corley: ,

.. had the opportunity of critically examining 1 locations made: upon} the land reserved I as to despatch! care in handling, and proper startling mid gloomy account of the divorce Commissioner of Lands and Immigration of V

it, Upon a brief examination find that for the railroad. Nothing certainly could placing in cars: and boats, for it i is directly I to : demoralization of the New England States. said Slate::! of Florida, and] by virtue of their
I There were, in the 1878 in Maine ,liS.. said offices the Trustees of the Internal 1mprovement -
year ,
be naked definite the interest of .
the lines
many of cotemporarics are grcatlyin error more or more generous !' The proper picking
Fund of the State of Florida, of'the
as to its nature. It seems to have been than the action of the railroad authoiities. exposure, packing and selecting/ and divorces, in New Hampshire 211, in Vermont first part, and Hamilton Di ston of the

J ,'i iiipposed that it was the Everglades; ]lands The surrender of their admitted legal right !sorting will also become !better, for returnsof 197, in Massachusetts 000, In Connecticut City of Philadelphia and State Pennsylva

'; which Mr. Disston purchased. It will he to the lands settled upon should give( every sales will soon rectify that. It is in the 401, in Rhode Island 1X! ;-making a niilIf the second part, witncsseth! :That

confidence to the South settlers that selection total of 2,113 : a larger ratio, in proportionto the parties of the first part, as such Trustees,
r seen by the contract that the purchasers Florida: of the fresh seeds, best varieties, in consideration of the payments by the

\' havo the right of selection out of all the their interests are not a matter of indifference mot salable kinds, to be ]looked at ; suitable the population, than in France in the said party of the second part of the sums of

Stnte lands 1 wherever situate, at the price oftwentyfive and should. promote' a cordial! cooperation '; : and timely culture, forcing, if need be, byhotbeds days of the revolution. On the basis of the money hereinafter stated, hereby agree for
in the work of i population I by the present census, there was ttiem-elves and their Hl'C<'flsOrs'to sell and
: cents per acre. The only apparent great public IIlIl'ro'c.lnrllt glass frames ; then soil, well prepared ,
and sufficient deeds
by good ,
( conveyances
'l limitation is that they shall .select in which is calculated tn great )' enhance planted and judiciously fertilized ; one divorce to every 1,357 inhabitants in and, assurances, to the said partyof

',' !bodies 1 of 10,000 J t < ncrc 4, as near as! practicable, the value ot these homestead location" We nail, above all things!, water from natural or Maine, one to 819 in Penobscot county, one the, second part and his associates, or to;

although this limitation virtually done hope} those who have been too ready to incite artificial sources, accessible and under con to 1,087. in Vermont one to 2.971. in Mas aclmsetts such person or persons as he may direct andappoint

r away with by the clause which authorizesthe alarm and, create di uti fuction will do trol. Irrigation, from the days of creation, one to 1,553 in Connecticut, and fee simple, an to absolute four million, indefeasible acres' of estate land in of

selection of detached. pieces if intervening full! justice !now to the parties!' who have sacrificed has! prevailed, and does now in all the old one to 1 .1111n Rhode Island :From 1850 to the lands of said Internal ImprovementFund

I : lands are not owned+l bythc Internal Improvement their own rights to the interests of civilized lands in every continent, and especially 1SG5 the divorces in Connecticut! averagedone acquired by the State of Florida tinder

Hoard. It may be assumed, the settlers.! in warm climates. Florida generally is divorce out of every ten marriages. the act of Congress of September! 28th.I860 ,
to be selected as hereinafter provided,
therefore that the FKRNMIINA: : FI.A., June 2.5 18SI. well watered time The Bishop quotes from a recent writer
purchasers will select) naturally by many !streams: by the party of the second part or by such
what they regard the) best lands of the Internal To the Cinnnnsitinncr; 'nJ'the Ccncrnlhra.f OJfifc'n /; lakes, rh'crs. and where not, water is foundat two causes. to which maybe attributed the person or persons as he may appoint, the title -
lands }\ >hinyinn. I). (,. : Where low ideas upon the !subject of marriage in conveyed to bo fr<,and clcarof! charges j
Improvement wherever situate in Sin : Peferringto letter to of 2<11 thof no great depth. water cannot be
/ my you
the State, and that this four million acres April, ultimo, I beg I leave to say that having conveyed by ditches to 1:1111104'indlUiII!!, New Kugland.! One is abrogation of the liens whatsoever., trusts, confidences or encumbrances

I. will bo selected and withdrawn from market now sufficiently ascertained! the general with pumps attached, can be erected at no old church idea that marriage was divine The party of the !second': part, in consideration << .

t : at once. There I is, it is true, a privilege to road facts the relative to entries has on the decision line of its great cost; and as truck: growing does not institution! and treating it as purely a civil of such conveyance, hereby agrees/

the Stale to go on felling State lands ntIIchCt.lulo to its, proper company action. come to a as require a large space of land, it is feasible to contract contract to live together. During with the party of the first part to pay there

prices-($1 i per acre-in fortyacrelots It rests in the volition of the company, as' convey water to the crop when needed, and the colonial period, the celebration of for to-wit the:sum of one million dollars as (follows

the amount to be is' recognized in the general instructions in An instance marriage was confined for a long time to
), credited to the purchasers quantity required. came to Two }hundred thousand dollars to be ]paid
issued from office whether it
as a payment on the lands] ho has will assert its your title to lands, occupied or under not our notice a few days ago, showing the ben"cfit the civil magistrate ; clergymen were even upon the execution of this agreement.

: purchased!' at twenty-five cents. This, how homestead and other entries after the surveyof of water, though it was on a small scale obliged to get a special commission! in orderto Three hundred thousand dollars, the second :-

ever Is not n.'ery important matter. The its line which in this case was in 185S-U. A young man, formerly from Western New officiate. We do not wish to introduce from payment the above, to date be paid of this within agreement.Two ninety. days

n nature of the agreement being now beforeus The company had heretofore decided to. York, lately from Colorado, moved on a lot here," said<< John Winthrop, "the English hundred and fifty thousand dollars,
relinquishment in favor of actual settlements
the question will como tip as to the necessity made prior to December 13, llij:), in Drooklyn, Fla., in April. Although late, he custom of solemnities!, at a marriage. If any being the third payment, to be paid within

J ; of the sale at all, and secondly! ; as to and to accept substitute lands, as was made. planted out a garden, and has succeeded in minister is j present, he might bestow an exhortation one date of hundred this and fifty. days after the above

the propriety of the terms of this sale, which known at the time to the department. Subsequent growing( / all the "'!\vegetables of the season ; but we adhere to the strict Protestant two hundred agreement.And and fifty thousand dollars .

.,' we propose to candidly and fairly examine additional to that entries.date there have been numerous and all superior. During this last long principle! that marriage is purely a being the fourth and l last payment, to

( ,n" on another occasion. We may remark, en Nine hundred and forty-one homestead drouth, when his neighbors'! gardens were civil riijht.; This!' doctrine prevailed<< for be paid on or before the first day of January,

t ,' '. that entries have been made on the line betweenWaldo his nearly a century. (A, D. 1882,) one thousand! eight hundred
passant, it id a conditional sale, at the burned up, was green and fresh, althoughon and eightytwo.Upon .
,:' will of tho and Tampa bay, six hundred and and drier land. The second cause may he found in that
purchaser, of 250,000 acres or I higher His plan was to the payment of the two hundred
of which made since the
1 more ; if the whole is not taken, the price of 15th twenty-eight of l) cember,1875: ,were being two-thirds of make a dish-shaped! depression next to and intense individualism which, refusing to thousand' dollars! being the first payment,

1 that taken to be schedule! ]price. tho whole. This is a large number, and arouud his plants, late in evening to pour recognize any life but that of the individual, the four million acres of land agreed to be.
sold can be !selected': by the party of the second
they cover eighty thousand one hundred in a half-bucket of water thus the excludes all| idea of corporate and organic : ,
t he
and thirty-nine of the first choice of i part, or by any party or parties may
L acres
((4 Tim JAsvmi 1l0.1ClCIIIIr the gralltl'111l\1l1l. which the is de I roots and cooling the soil. Sprinkling, even if life as pertaining to man. The process ofexclusion de ignatl', tIlI shaH withdrawn from mar
company may begin with church life, but it ket as fast as" selected and the parties of the
Another shocking! homicide is reported prived( liberal, seems rather to scald the plants, ,
On tile other hand will assuredly! be carried over into family first part notified thereof: provided, howev,
i tat having occurred at Jasper on Saturday most of these actual crusts the top oil and bakes it. Another !
and it is that the
'I l.xst. )Ir. J. E. Phillips, young, man alutI lands settlers have made improvements of them upon doubtlessof the thing he does : in the hottest of days he life; and as it must destroy the church idea, may sell agreed, with the consent parties of the ufthefirsthart party of the
they oecuItome
11 1, having been shot through the body by much value. 'The company would, of lightly stirs the soil. He says his experiencein so it will destroy, sooner or later, all trueidea second part, any of said lands at the schedule

; ,6Ir. C, P. Coil: of the same pla?c, Both gen- course, refuse to appropriate to its benefit Colorado, where irrigation is a necessityand of the family, making both church and prices now i fixed for such lands: and the

j 1 I: t' 'llcmcn were witness for the State in the the labor and outlay the settlers! which universal, convinces him that it will be family little if anything more than a fjr. the money party received of the therefor second shall part on be credited account of to

t these' improvements represent hut on t the tuitous of
rr Patterson murder case.! Arc we never those' contrary, would desire to sustain; andstimu- successful here. With so largo a market to concourse atoms"Tho the mon'eys to be paid by him under this

: ", .Vho jZts oi.tlies.c; ; ultcresttion'hasty" words late their efforts. The entries were innocently supply, and more than a score of!states accessible independence and individualism of agreement.

1. !and.a resort, to fire-arms, human life sacrificed made by them:' in the reasonable belief in from 20 to 100) hours! and having the early New England settler! .while it bore, The party of the second part shall selecttime

r to We the that/ they were acquiring) a lawful and of weeks in valuable fruits in many respects, no doubt lands in bodies of ten timouwummlacres ;
passion hope law will be advantage !some supplying, we but after the selection of three million five
unquestionable right to the land. A large carried with it a self-sufficiency and disregard
I made, strict and sternly' administered proportion of them were recent immigrants do not 'see why, if the shipping is systematized of the foundation of moral and religIons hundred thousand acres, the remaining five

t i t against this miserable, fatal habit of carry and ignorant/ of tho fact that these lands and distribution considered, the!supply culture growing out of religions institutions hundred thousand acres may be selected in

". t -i' ing secret arms. The man who pistol had been withdrawn] from market many and demand .should not adjust: itself for the ordinances, ceremonies and sacra smaller ii'". bodies! if agreed upon between. the

i in his: pocket 111"1liralll in his head is years back h)' your department, which withdrawal benefit of and One ments. The successors Winthrop and the part
\ f i: I prepared hail, iudeel never (been formally! revoked. producer consumer. thing Puritans are now battling with these great I the party of the second part m shall make
.\ f to commit murder or to be himself more we add-that a superior article as to moral questions' and going back to the ceremonies payment of the one million dollars, but
the victim of similar In due consideration of all the he or his agents fail to select the entire quantity
t, preparation by an circumstances quality, appearance and freshness! will sell he contemned
r other. Of the circumstances tho company has derided to extend* at fair when inferior The comparison by population would he of four million acres on or before the
[ : of this ('al'ew' a price, unassorted and first day of January, eighteen hundred and
the relin'lltishment'or waiver heretofore the more striking if the Roman Catholic
know nothing, except that it was a wordy made to all actual bout fide settlers who made slovenly articles can only be disposed of at population was excluded, as divorces! are eighty-two, the parties! of the first part will

1. i: quarrel, which, in old times, would hate improvements' prior to the sixteenth day of the lowest rate, and are often a total loss; rarely ever applied for between Roman make und deliver to the party of the second I

I l'l\l1cilin a fisticuff! a black eye or a bloodynote. March, 18s|, UI'OIwhil'h day your instructions There are some special localities, notably Catholics .This would give one divorce in part, at hU requests, certificates or "floats," t
issued to the local\ land, Massachusetts authorizing the I'nrtof the second part, or
were officers to \
2,000 inhabitants.
; Hint the hip-pocket, the handy pistol The detriment) can accordingly i ''' t this i near the coast, on the bays and outlets, every his agents, to locate the fluantil not then

t I, and murder. endues. Let the Mile of pocket waiter or relinquishment in its action* where such ,special crops as asparagus, celery ,ST. MA11KS.Judge. selected iq>on the !! acquired by the

1. pistols bo prohibited by law as is done in the case of all such actual settlers as summit/ cabbage, etc., can be raised at better advantage State of Florida under the act of Congress
; Tennessee, and the bearer of one be ]have entitled themselves patents.In than others marine Rippey, writing from St. Marks, aforesaid, bclongingtotime! Internal Improvement
punished as they are
making/ this leliiiquishmcnt the company speaks' of it as the second oldest city of Flor Fund, and subject to entry ut the timeof
?s" f. with a fine of not less than one hundred reserves the right to select under the l plants, and flourish best where soil is moist: ida This is an error. Pensacola was founded such location in bodies of ten thousand

: dollars, and I let every boy found with one act of June 22. 1871, equal quantities of and !saline: air i is fU'TIhlcs these vegetables ; acres, or in such other quantities as may beagreed
in loft
by Don Andrea I). Arriula who
R ; get a good thrashing besides. other land in lieu of tracts embraced in :such can be safely shipped' are always in upon bet ween thupartiestotbisagree.
built a fort with bastions which ment with to the iivchundred
('lItrilU1 may be relieved thereby. he called thousand
t \ ; '(1 EIUr.tI.U. in HA XTS.: Very respectfully, good demand and yield l largely, we suggest Fort Charles. The first town, it i is true, wasnot acres to beast\ selectedjond; upon the loa.lon
1) L. Yr'i.KK President to our readers w ho plant here and vicinityto of such certificates the parties oft he
We doubt very much the success of bringing where the present city is I but still the will to the of frt
make a sl'cdaltoCt hem convey party
: large; bodies of foreign immigrants from! THE lU>.1U: Of'' JOII.\' IIARTRAM. name is properly applicable.St. part or to such person or persons te a'he may

j it the north of Europe to be l located in South OC.I1.t'S Marks, or as it was named by the Spaniards direct, the lands s selected and located, in
We are indebted to a friend for the following JUniLATIOX AXIt l' XSAVOLst'S the is
i ', San Marcos de same manner us agreed upon with respect -
.'lori.The transition of climate habits Apalache, was occupiedand
/ item in reference to the home of John UOVE. to the lands selected prior to the first
t soil and modes of culture I is too great 1tort built in the year 1718 by Don day of
'J. ( llurtrum the eminent botanist, whose journal Tho Pensacola: Advance docs not very graciously January, lglltl'cn hundred and eightytwo.
and tho risk of/ failure, of health and Joseph Primo lie Ribera! under. the orders of ,
of thet.. correction of its
an expedition up : Johns river accept our u-s we
want Governor Don Juan do Ayala. The title to said lands] shall be made 11"tl"
t ofsacctsswithacorrespundingdissat! more than a century' "sincee are reprinting supposed, inadvertent transfer of the jubilation of the first
I ; isfaction: i is imminent.! We learn Tho landing of Don Joseph. Primo' with i parties: j llt or ther1'l'e -
the \ 70
r by St.
I I in the ..1li.rQTho /'. of c.il.i at the complctton of the long sors to the party of the '1.1 -
r Augustine papers that portion of the Germans lUrtrams, fither and son, were the wished for extension ot the Transit road. As men was made on tho ISth of March, 1718: !lows : Whin the first payment i is made tS, title
; : who were taken to Volu-.i: county as over one hundred and bixty-threoj.eaissiiuv. shall be made for two and fifty
leaders in botanical science in America. the Peninsular Railroad to Ocala (fs an extension hunlrl-.l
t. common laborers by Mr. Harwoutlhnt' left It was built at the instance of the Christianized acres : when 01,1 payment
t John r.iirtram Wlth" father of William of the Transit Road, and as the II't i )- is made, title shall Be made for three hun .
1 ht!$ employment with complaints of severe liartram, whose work on Florida was published ple of Ocala are indebted to Mr. Yulec for its Aj>alache Indians, who sent TuscalicheAdrian mired and seventy thousand al're additional .

r labor' etc., and are now seeking employment in Philadelphia near the close of the construction, as they gracefully acknowledged who wad Cacique! of the Indian town when the third payment is made, title shall
f. itt St. lUcnria, and who be made to two hundred and thousand
Augustine.!! If small colonies could wva-macenmpaaielbyoltier fifty
I ISth century, and was also translated into at the aforesaid jubilation, we supposed !
and when
\ be brought who would principalpalaehe chiefs to ask ncrtIiion: ; the last pay
outs the-ffciy Governor
prepare French and published in Paris. It was! probably our interesting cot l'1II pllnuy, who i title shall be made for the remainder
for others, it might, in tho l long run, have a l due to the effort* of John Hart ram thata had inferentially given the credit and jubilation Ayala to establish a fort there for their protec of said four million acre.s provided J,

/ ', partial mimvs, but it is not to bo expectedthat } botanical garden was established in tho to ('Olllll'l'tilllwith our sister city tion. An English expedition, under Goernor the lands tI lha\'e been neT''f",
Germans and Moore, had made incursion If the arty second 'part make derfault
North : an into Middle
Europeans can at
rear of the governmciitbmldiniri.ii the Public would be glad to !have its mistake corrected.As in of the him herein
any payments by
I once be acclimated and bo provided fur Ita Square in St. Augustine: In the .period of to the annexation of Pensacola by the I Florida in 1701, and made complete dcttrUltiun agreed to be paid as heT'1 above nrovided.themoneys .

Liao peasants might do better, being accustomed the English: occupation. Tho circular wall, Atlantic anal Pensacola Railroad, we are of the mission stations and t Spanish und legal obligations of the fund
t to tho! climate and productions. ) forts in that region receivable hereunder, or either, paid by him
which formed its western boundary, has sure that-mio portion of the !State has shown
.\Apalache: Indian to such default shall
mission towu retained by
If considers how was .redon.
t ono totally ehlngl't.l,0. been. taken d'H'n'hllin 1\ f'w'Ur:! : greater interest in the subject than our own established about two leagues from the fort of the tirst part, and the
: rything must appear to the immigrant who The faurouuotd homestead and garden !ill and no journal in the State has more frequently which was called Santa Juan. of the first part shall t\l'rluIIt'u !.til

has come from ail over-populated region and West: Philadelphia. of John Itartnun botanNt : e\lIt'tluttentt.m to and urged its im convey to the party of the second an
b dn'PIIt'tl down into the sparsely settled I regions to his Majesty George ilL, which have We the CAl'TUttK; OF JLFFF1tSON.iris. absolute estate in fee simple, clear ul en
port an<'C regard building of the
f ; of South Florida where neither been neglected, happily, as it seems, almost ; To the KJituf of the Mirrvr: cumL..nC' liens, truti or routhltnrl in
t nationality of late road nun Chattahoochee to Pensacola of a
forgotten years, are now ex- as Your notice of Mr. Davis' numbr Itl.' land, to be
.drchs, lauguagei'laurcl: \ ), nor wine orlVer |IIlS ed to the hazard of a chauewde, us well supreme imj>ortanre to our section and city, confirms recollection account of his designated party of the second part

j ''I ; L with tho of Franklin.
days Washington. prices
to learn that foreign inuulgrautsjlp Sir llunsSloa'ne and the great Dr. cities ufl'cu!>I\I.'ol.1luIII Fernandiim, the capture a printed handbill was: >rit1 of the tint port usually sell tu
there f sid
t r not talc to our State at first, and quickly Liunwus, who pronounced the founder of now separated by a circuitous navigation ofa brought in the nature announcing of the capture It to consume the amount of money and

become tlissatisfied and seek the towns: and this garden, where Eastwick: Castle now thousand miles, shall lie brought into a und wo: how Mr. Davis waS a report found, reciting where obligations 'paid in by the party of the second
I t 11M port. Isolated and unaccustomed locations Stan lf'the greatest of Jiving uatutlll\lllan. close railway connection of not much more I but not a line or word as: to any dig captured fume or, Th par bfor such dttaul. ,
f I ists.t The glamour of antiquity which ur- i-ayment hundred thousand ;
and employments will bo almost sure rounds this picturesque spot in KuiRsessing, than 3>X) mile*, and we shall have a straight resistance. This report was signed officially i dollars shall made in lawful
; b money
.. Jo create discontent, and out of considerable on limo west bunk of the Schu)'llill, is de and unintirrupM\connection, rims Pensaeola, by was:the printed colonel in.of the the office cavalry of (Federal.) it of the tinted tat ; and for any other lay
j number* coming only a few comparativelywill rin..lll....... from the lapse of years than from with New Orleans, Texas and California. which was in possession Maron of the Feb TeleyrarJi the uncut Internal any legal obligation or indebtedness of
tho days that were the seedtime' of ideas .Iniprovi'ineiit of the State
F adapt themselves: to the situation and erals. I afterwards Fund
It will I"l cmu t at
which a spleflfcid. railway system for FlorIda Quincy and Tal of will
have since the richest
produced fruit. lorita accepted as cash at the
ramualn. Exactly .bow this labor IUo.-tloll ls The age, too, in which Iturtrum. lived and w hen Pensacola! In the we,.t, Cedar Key attached lahassee!' both to the officers command and private!! who were I thtTr L par

h be arranged i'I cur. When it can plantedthe tint botanical garden on this t In the a 1"11" and Ttnnjsi und Charlotte capture, but not oue said there which was made disguise the. i! la binds in "belies often thou130,1 -

!1M ...:. :.;;jicdci' a reliable character the negro continent ptnscsscalo American all the Harbor on the xouthcrn portion of the Gulf worm A copy of that official any report of ten Il'rl thousand it is meant. that (touch: selection
charm of which the of P.li/a-: acres shall be
romance in
I shoNl' is, uU! things considered! the best| t. age will reach thtir may be in possession of borne one, and if tic) body a compact
lath huh! fur the English; ; jut 11" the land objective lyint: on the At- 1 would like to see it republUhcd. ad nearly as practicable, and ten thousand -
The; experience of the lumbermen, mill men ing of the first settlers, auionwhom John )"nti8t the i-ort of Fernandinn, which we story which was conceived The silly acre tracU may b made (Ie

and railway contractors seems: to be eutirely liartram, Sr., came to Pennsylvania I and by would prefer. regard with no selfish or lo follower and believed by those by some who bad camp- tached smallerpareels land, where the
direction. JV whom our history! was from hl\t.liv carriell of Mr. ) no intervening land do not belong to the In-
conception !
In that pell-mell immigration a\'it'
rallri.l" a* the property of the whole State character never ternal
has! the (ini
on, sauce |>orlanco and uj j'istrsal- Improvement .
| | found credence
pf from the Northern any with iieople who knew Fnd
white JaboreM Europe most od remote in time as the landing ot' the a. principal 1 Atlantic |>ort. Mr. Davis. : bv The payiuenU for iball b

4 would be a questionable good to tta"tlif to i Norman In F.ngand.: 'ldcllo\it& 1'1 cU, The able and p\patrijtic State senator (rum As you irsonally truly say, Mr or, bans reputation.could have pron'we'made to tbe Fund.Treasurer of the Internal 11'





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A JOU1t X AKKIT I, of which, for a foot or more deep! is white cotton, and to private hon cs. Soldiers told .JVOTICi-" : OF I That the highest amount of (indebt-
which aid
or liability to corporation
of the Mexican
sand, then 2 foot of an ash-coloured! clay Captain Stanley, a veteran ALL : : any time subject it!elf shall be twenty-
Mill Ihat t11l' wouldgive !
BY war, who i is living I ,
mixed 1 with red and yellow sand, then 5 font them (the Columbians) hell to-night' KNOW: That hundred\ ($2.r(>0)) dollars

JOIIS ItAUTIUM OF l'IIII.\II1'r.I'IIt.\. of a fine yellow sand: (no coarse sand: N i to and that the arrangements for burning the McGlnnK\ William : I. That the said Company\ shall be
Hotanist to His Majesty all made over the river before the ytV. Thomas Kydd, with all rights! and privileges which
)be found in of the southern province) were :
any life well established K.: Dotlcrer, anil: O. ; i! heretofore referred to can convey.
for the Florida" troops Came ill It I is, in ( as -
; then tenacious ash-coloured day to an In witness! whereof the parties
as fact can be I that the cotton Florida. under and : I i we,
UPON unknown depth, reaching below the surfaceof which did burn was set fire to by Union soldiers provisions of an : :litt, have hereunto set our hands and.
I the 18th of A. D.) ISM.i \ .
the creek there is that this fire did not rauc the generalconflagration ('ntitll'd11 act to : day ,
A Journey from St. Augustineup I ; I a pretty spring!' runs : fire of Corporations t 0!, WICKLIFFK: YULKK:,
into the creek just above the bluff; we lodgednear \ and that the town was set i .1. II. McOINNIS
.. the hover St. Johns. to bv tho Federal soldiers, at one (time and eral! Powers and ,
its mouth. in dillcrent and! at a given gust 8th, 18C.S, and W. S. RAWSON.W. ,
places: apparently
,/ } lflaicl State, II. C DUllYftK: :,
and Jieucllf1o'Cro'rl'N
With Explanatory Notes signal-.lnroa T. KYDD.)
act entitled tin act :
thou of Corp \
' 17G5. Mr. Davis' history of the war was hound, and_.. Provisions.. General Powers 10::. DOTTKRKR,
in the nature of things to stir up fierce contention --- -- -- --- -- -- -- create: and Amend : n J. STARK.

as It i is the first formal statement of \XCal: C 1'nllXn: said! act" + \' .pt" "
January 23th Fine morning ; sot down the other side of the question, and is made hereby associate til: \ Xotloe of Final Proof.
Dunn's lake, the west-side of which i is gen in the simple interest of historic! verity, BAl:)ml' AND) CONFMTIOXKIIS.CHOICE : : porate body under t
off L1:'\n OFFICK AT OAiNK.svn.tE:. FLA.,
without the smallest to
attempt) TlIK: NKACll: :
'crall)' pine-laiul hut at the head westward May 2,1881.1.I

are some'rr good swamps, which bold! the feeling sharp lave corner modified Meanwhile.opinion during sixteen years and P.Y, The I'r \ I OTICE): i is hereby given that the follow-
said (
generally down the r'er i!lquire loll claims' of peace so much that anything which revives Groceries, {'tgavsa' anti Tobaccos, nandina Companv: the ing named settler has filed notice of her
: in I to make (final proof in support of
the north h-eu t-side from his the memory of the hellish spirit of the hu
all or l10rl ; 11. That
those days of ; and contrasts t the vindictive i TOYS AND FANOY ARTICLKS.) : and secure final entry thereof at
town to the head of the lake ; from the !spirit of those war times with the more rational : shall bo to build r expiration of thirty days from the date
lower-end of which 'tis reckoned: mile to and beneficent temper) of to-d.iv, operates Weddings, Kntertainments: and Picnics, and nec-e obtain!sarv \ the notice, viz : L()IIIS.I HRADDOCK.

the river, thence down to Roll's .1 ; on the) like the, picture of prophecy\ (to tnza'I, furnished at the shortest notice, at rock-bot collecting!i toll on n"llJitl,1.: i No. (117\ before Clerk Circuit
We can't and 1 won't believe, it. Is I thy tom prices, at at Fcrnandina, Fla., on Friday, June:
west slde of the river is rich extensive seri with the City of :
very ANGKL'H): HAKF.RY, SSI, for the west half of northwest
cant a dog (hat he :should do this tiling? 11 I. That I the. -
marsh, which! colonel Middlcton claims ; That is the matter with Central W. T. :Sher; Centre Street I shall lu' ten t\ section 21, township 3 north,
about one o'clock we arrived at Charlotlcn- luau On every camping ground that his 23: Opp. old p. O. Building. }Tummy shares': of l1 21 east ; and names tho following as
.. . .. I witnesses, viz:
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march of black desolation
its -

burgh, Roll's town, and staid all night army with pthilcge! of Lemuel McKcndrie of
'/ ,
through Georgia, but one idea Wlleft' in dune-cightiili| ) (J)
29th. Fine clear morning and warm day, by his army : "If you arc surprised at the half( )sharesten ( I \ :\ Fla., and Hcniamin C. Parker, of
: : l '
like the first of our May ; walked all about waste, Ill'! on Georgia, what will when we Fla.
the town and adjacent woods: : near the you say tions: arc made, UUI :
i : t I',. A. HARNKS; Register.i
reach :South: Carolina, and let loose upon her ; ,
be the \
Ortll'I'I'clllr : _
banks of the river are the remains of an old the full weight of 'vengeance.'
our COlli' I II
e \ Spanish entrenchment: 12 yards: one way lp to the time Sherman's army crossed! 1\';pUll". That the I "' Sated<< IH" Money llude11

and 14 (lie other, about :5 foot high ; on the Savannah river the whole state: was resonant shall! date its, HASK: Yum) KNG1NKS: : FROM
from their OWII mouths! of the terrible
three sides being open to the river; the town day of filing of I us! and save $!\011 on a 10 Horse; $'200
desolation they would inflict on South Carolina -
tio'n, as required :, 20 horse, and $:'MK) on 1o: liorse-1'ow
with half
is half a mile long, a score of scattered and it is simple truth to say that and shall continue
: Semi for before
houses! in it, built of round logs : the the reality fell so far below the public anticipation nine our \prices pur-
of years. Kngines: Gins, 1 re ci, Saw and
I 1'lIl'rllllll'eIHlhlrism and destruction
streets arc laid out nt right angles, one of '\ 1''l'hattime hU5ill : :! Mills Threshers, or any kind of Ma:
I that a feeling! of relief was experienced ,fl&jf.<: bo conducted ) .
them is 100 foot broad: the land back is all in the South 11'hentime United States troops by a ) ), We are Manufacturers'! Agents
I ors to bo elected bv and
satisfaction in
pine and scrub-oaks' ; the bluu"continues: began the work of destruction, it did not IIr Monday: \' of : 'guarantee, WALKKR: &- LOUD quality, -
half a mile down the river, which I is 7 fath prove as gratifying ill the fact as in the con- year, (excepting
templation. 'j'hl'llill not do South Carolina \lie such 13. Meeting! street, West side, near 4
om deep near the town, but towards the op- half the mischief they meant to div-and, held at '- )Hotel, Charleston, S. C.

posite shore there is a sand-bar, it is not promised everybody in Georgia to do; so mine porators, or a Said ,; t U, 1 s 1-:111I.: !

wide ) that in fact did not ,hate upon. '" -. -- --
above half a mile here but soon widens !, although they This i space reserved for elect a President! !" anent
above Georgia half so much as they hated South PRINTING in )
other subordinate
( style
A. 15. Noyr.s, Own-hit: : AND Siur CIIAMU.KK, I every
Carolina: yet when it came to the actual
the Company may the lowest rates, at the MIRROR office':
30th. Fine morniiig set out from lloll'.s
; ,
work of inflicting misery on her people, itbecamtedull who is 1001'111'0\, write. an advertisement.:
whose steward, :Mr. Banks, was very kind to and tiresome; from a long indulgence 't ..... <-

us, and seems to be a sober, careful and in all the devious path from Atlanta ":
to Columbia. ,:tef : IMPORTANT NOTICE 1 = -
agreeable man ; we rowed 8 miles, crossing The fact I that now General h'rmalll'lenI1s ,

the river to Gray's creek, which is GO yards that he (did not destroy Columbia is due simply v +4

wide, and two fathom and a half deep ; wo to the revolution of feeling he has experienced. -

went about 7 miles up it ; its general courseis lIe, like the rest of his army, did J. & T. YDD
not do Columbia half the mischief he meant
wost by south, and generally pretty to do and went there to do. Why, if Sherman '" t

straight, good high swamps on each side, will review his own correspondenceand 0" Are receiving immenso additions to their already largo stock of
tho' on the north-side the pines come near, that of other prominent Federal officers "
he will see that at one time there wal''I'n' 'I,' :
especially near the where the
upper \ serious talk of a war of exterminationof ', SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
ground poor; we could not pass near so all Southern combatants. That was the 4: ,
far, as we had depth of water, by reason of talk-so that the Southern race should be '< '- .

many old trees: fallen across the creek at 7 blotted out, and the women be compelled to >-'.J' Men's ami Youth's Clothing
mate with Northern loyalists.The .,<", ,,
foot and 10 12 broad
deep or yards ; great fact I i.s, war is the strife of interests in '
Hoods certainly como down it, for there were their most extensive and vital character, and 'I'.

great .banks of sand foot, more or less high, there never has been a war which did not 'J' ,
drove on its banks ; here is good generate the passions of hell and all the I, 'I IHtllSS S-A full and complete stock, consisting of SUMMKU SILKS,
very grass
in'the knee atrocities of devils. When pcaceconies, and ____::.--==---_. <.;.. _04 '... 1(. ". ... -:,,__, A1.1 -1VOOL LACK' HUNTINGS, LAWNS: LINEN LAWNS, ItARftUKM: ; and OUF.NA-
growing pine-woods high. We the mind returns to a normal condition,surprise DINKS: SWISSES: TAlH.1.L'.1Ny, VICTORIA and PKRSIAN LAWNS lit low prlccfe.IlargnliiM .
ii. I':. oTTiieiit: : ,
rowed down again, crossed the river, and and shame follow, and the dispositionto !
mutilate history is general and natural in Mummer SllltM-from Fifty Cents upwards.
encamped at a great orange-grove, where ,
however fruitless. If Sherman felt
thousands! of orange-trees grow as thick as he did when he burned Columbia, he to-day would as IpKRNANDINA: FLORIDA, Gents' Fine Furnishing- Goods a Specialty.Our .

possible, and full of sour and bitter-sweet be of it. ,

fruits ; this is about four miles by hind from beyond all reasonable' doubt the provl- liKU.KIl: IN Improu-d Dollar Shirt is: lie heed, unsurpassed in fit and quality.

:Mr. Roll's, though near 8 by water ; he 11ence of rod has determined that tllO:\orth- II .' 1roceries Illenrlied mid Ilrowii Collins" at Wholesale Prices Fruit of* Loom at-
I lie a m II.
ern and Southern\ States shall constitute: one j
t claims it in his 20,000 acres ; some of it is country, and) therefore, it I is the plain dictate 10 cells' ; 1O-I Shooting*, :25 ('ell.H.A .

good swamp, but mostly pine-land.m of reason and self-interest that they shall AM" ease of splendid Standard I'rlnfM. at U oculM per Turd.t7 .

( 1- 31st. Fine morning; rowed for several cultivate friendly relations. The greatest ;.: Wo are Agents for IHOVMV A ('O., leading Clothiers of New York City,

practical two of reviving the horrid incidents PROVISIONS.Customer Spring: Samples now ready 1XX styles-sixty of them t'roin #15 to $:!:i Niilt.
miles on the west side of the river, having of the war is admonitory. Wo sec what good! ; per -

crossed it, and observed several good cypress- iien and fellow-creatures ore capable of dong Fit guaranteed

swamps and oak-hammocks alternately under the provocation of clashing! inter ;r t'1-A visit to our establishment|| omvinco you that, while we do not sejl)

Jiiixed with pine land, which comes close to ests.which There they will is no not crime perpetrate in the-no calendar injury :* ran: rely upon p-llinjr (CIIOIC1GOODS. :: inferior Goods: wo are the (C'lioupc' Dry, Goods, louse from Maine: to

the river's bank, in other places they come thl'willllot inflict on each! other ( )::, asNOTIIIN'I, Florida.

close to the swamps, which are here from 50 history, in the future, will probably show r. d3 T. IKYTD D ,.

yards deep to 500; or more; wo then crossed that this: great controversy between the New York Office/ ) .? NJ':. Gur. Contra and Third Sts.( ,
South and the North-between slave and HUT Till: I FINT.ST: ; IIICANDharo tf {
/H3: Walker :-tn'd.-
the river to the enst-side, along which we free III'titulioll'J-lul'f been disposed of, alter ( Fcrnandina, FIn.VV. .

rowed, the pine-lands Mill approaching all, with as small a cost as a controversy of

tho banks most of the way home! few cypress inch magnitude, and of HO intricate and vial kept in t stock.
a character, could be-that Southern SANBOR
separation -- ---- -- ----- -- -
and maple-trees grow near the shore; if effected would .
prolonged T. II. PRESCOTT\ .. .
rowed into the north- --------
we a great cove, on : and embittered it Indefinitely, and --- ------ ---- -- ---- -- ----

side of which is a. fine rich high swamp; wo operated most unfortunately on tho future --
welfare of the continent. The generation
at the cast-side
encamped a point on on
which fought out these questions under the .
middling high ground sloping towards tho Providence of God, was settling the questions Style, Fit, ,

river, back of which is palmetto-groundand of peace and general welfare for nunIreds .
black soil well timbered with live-oaks. of millions hitch will speedily follow. Comfort,
The Southern losses and miseries .
were great; Z
February the first. Walked in a fine rich but would have been much greater if post- AM WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, Z

open marsh, then palmetto and myrtles join ,>oiied a few generations, and both parties
acted manfully according to the before Durability.
the pine-lands, in whu-h a little springbeads light -
them viewed
through prejudice t
ti q the swamp, which may bo a quarter of a and prepossession It is folly to biipposn y

mile deep : "'c got to I'icolata by noon, the that great national i issues determined e By Itsiil Steamer and Sail

north wind being against us as tho day be- upon pure morn I reasons, The whole range o ,
of physical and moral such opq
causes shape
fore we then rowed to a low bluff of middling when
events, and Napoleon said that the
l land, well timbered with live and wa- irovidciice which determined a hattloVds

ter-oak, great magnolia. and sweet-gum ; the best artillery, he was at least right in including m
the artillery as a prominent condi- A LARGE STOCK F'
here was also a rich swamp of ash and maple ,
tion of tho providence which fixed the rc- "."'I..a; largely. Int'rcaMMl my
; but generally below Roll's town thereis ult.
stock <>r 1'oot-uour. In both fln, Z Zi
no such large bodies of swamp as above, The disposition: of General Sherman to (OScape -

especially on tho east-side, though at the \ the responsibility of bunting Columbia and medium ;;ruder*, I lUll -iiu-- _

mouth of Ficnlafa creek about G miles below .. iI! simply a recognition of the improving bled to '
place before customer
temper of the country. May it continue to my

the fort, there is u pretty largo swamp.2d. Improve till no man in it shall be found to *, a "cry large( a,.."Norlmoiit" of ] IT1J E
: Walked tin? morning to observe the .r'jolcl'ln the fact that he ever inflicted loss! FV.It 1
IIoolM, and Shoe made the 00
oil, the wind north, and cool, landed: at and misery on his fellow-countrvmen. by I i 00
t facts
Among the witnesses to the contro
must and Mid I ledworkmen.
Popa'furt, a shallow entrenchment
smalj! verted by General Sherman, cited bv the
most"filled: up with length of time; 'tU :20! Charleston AVu-i and Courier, i.s the following These Goods "crpurehiiMed '.

yards square, and as many from the river: which tallies with the whole history of for ANII, and are -ANI- s.

a few yards back of it there U another about the affair of the conflagration: <
twice Mr. Shand, a venerable Kpi: ,.copal clergyman. only evehanged: for the Humecommodity. l
as big here is a of
and grove orange-trees, says, in hU account of the burning, T'.ls will 'be deemed GEN Kit A I., MERCHANDISE .
acres of .
many large live-oaks 2 or 3 foot that, at 8 o'clock at night, rockets were seen
in diameter, adjacent to which is a shallow to ascend, and immediately thereafter u n pleiiMiire' after ......I ilK, .'S.
but tire 'broke out in the central of thin .
good with portion 4t
swamp whatevlremely
some Cypfl'fjstret.1tjnearly ; amliiliig, mid learning at
city near the market, and some assumed I
opposite to this on the wc:>tIde alarming proportions" Then he noticed : low. pricesbrse, I '_.___'_____u.I ..
branches out a creek running 3 1 miles "Cr 'tIh. flames
or < bunting; out pn the east, w..t, hoods .
offered.r .
on which grow large red cedar; and about and south, at points very distant from each tire I i ,

2 wiles below it, brandies out White or other, and not |pr,>,,iCly) caused by the My, "'0"W\TI,.:"I':%'!I

Track River, it tear l both names, Jhe I last other communication" The Rev of, William flame from II. Yale one,well-to an. FUItIKl1NtOODN I"* worthy 3: CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. I is

by the English ; tis navigable .above 20 known KpUcopal[ tler':vman, says be was in the utteiitloii of Ihime dewlrlngfine ""

miles, some say 30. tU reckoned 20 to Cald- ,, hi+yard when the fatal rocket went up( arid
one of I be Union olditr f'scJahIlt11.i1)W', wall's store
our present boundary with the
creek Indians this you will see bell. Ailing what thi meant, :rardrrs. Irftu m *. eleciioiiwill .
; river or creek is about > to .1".1"i.
he was told : "That ia the kignal for t I.< general i. .
100 yards wide and 3 fathom deep, more or wiling of tire to the city" ImiuvdiaU-ly rerel CHrefill and promptMtteiitlou. F

less, iU general course is west; we landed at thereafter, a iinnil-rof firecould be seen in I .-. .-. .-- -..... .

a pine-bluff :3uO yard long anti 10 foot perj attempt every direction.to net tire Mr'o, Bhaml one of aw his the(,"thhUJl'Ci.AIlenoan ttoldler*. J H. PRESCOTT, '

>tndiCUlar, more or hvoi l the upper surface Stork al,( saw them Mt undo the t-2ui 'Frruuitdluu. w. A'. "SANBORN.a .


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(b' A MODEL FAltM AND A MODELVAllMEll. cmician! senators and deputies, assembling (hENEILtL i>imcToiiY.I7nlfe : I IIAKKIS COUNTY.County I Astator t of T
i en matte to pay a last tribute to the memory Jndffe-R, I). Davis, Sanderson. Plant.
lercnue-Frederick t N.
i << GUNRSVILLK, FLA., June 27, 18S1. of one of the greatest intends of the age Ocala
LAND OFFICK, IA1NESVILI.E.: C. Herndon, Sanderson.
To tilt: Editor of he Mirror.: The service was held at the church of Notre Register-L. A. Barnes, Gainesville.Rrcr'ncr A efor of 1'tt.I'ls1eor (' I' Canova, San Kuperintcndcnt of Sell"ols-H. C. Martin. ,

1 Last January it was my pleasure: to be at Damc-des-Champs, while the burial took -John F. Rollins.! Gainesville.: derson.Collector. Fort McCoy.

AIr John ]t. Neville's plantation, and invited place at the Mont Parnassc Ceihctery. Military ( SlIr'ryor.j"rlll-ulacilt( Martin( Talla- of licvcnve Richard Kennedy, MONROE COUNTY.
County Judvc-Chas.! S. Baron Key Wesl.
to go out to,the ficldj\ <
oats seeded. I here' saw a hand/ distributing the 7Gth Regiment, and the President of the Olu..tcc. 8"criff-Oeor A. Dcmerritt, Key Wcsl.Aisesmr .
and live sent representative in the Judy?-Thomas Settle\ Jacksonville.Mfirshnt of'Tares-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
the seed with a patent sower, Republic a personbf '-,1. II. Durkco) Jacksonville. KRADFORU COCMY.County Vest

j two-horse plows ploughing them in, and Commandant Fuyet. Madame and Mademoiselle Clak-J'hilil' Walter, Jacksonville Judge-J. R. Richard/ Providence Key Collector Revenue Walter Maloney
two two-hurse irun-teeth harrows smoothing Llttr<5 had hoped' to attend the INTERN Clerk-Henry P. York, Lake Butler
: mn: : n: Jr., KeW'st..
I Mrri/f, -W. \V. Tuinblin. Starke.
m the ground. ceremony, but at the last!' moment IIltyhroke Collector Dennis i Eagan: : Jacksonville. Assessor/ of 1'1IJ'C.-X. C. Wuillwri ht, Lake ,'';(Upt'i/ltc/ldclIlofSrhouls-.J. V Harris, Key

I was again there at harvest time, and witnessed down and were unable to make the COLLECTORS OF CUSTOMS.John Butler ,, Cl't.

a sight never before seen in this: part effort. '\'. Howell, ]Fernandina.Edward Collector nf Hewn nc-Bunbcrry Haynes(, ; NASSAU!' COUNTY. ,

of the State-a reaper cutting oats, drawn by Several rather rcgretablc incidents occurred I / Hopkin) Jacksonville. Santa Fe.Sll1)triah'ndcnt. CtIJwlycHinton. J. Baker, Fcrnantlina. -
Schools L. B.
horses, with gang hands following, bind some of the free-thinking community John I. M. t Currie F. House Cedar, St. Augustine.J. Key. Sturfce. of UIk-.1. A. Edwards: Fernandina.

ing and shocking, "and teams and wagons considering it their duly to protest IIUEVAIin COUNTY. Sheriff=Peter Cone, Fernandina.Aftettor .

hauling the oats to the barn. Mr.: Bcville ngiiinst the religious services. Thin, before County J/c.tYI-.JulI1es A. McCrory, City of 'J'arrs-rm. H. Garland, Fer
Slate Ollerrs.ExECITIvl nandina.Collector.
finds this a profitable crop, realizing $20.00 the cortege took its departure from the Iluu'le, Point
; Ii : ;: tll'l'"IITM EST.UIIt''rIllJl.'m. : Clerk-\. A Stewart, Titusvillc.tAcMor of RCI'f'It'cc'Ynrrt'n' F. Scott, Fer
i per ton of 2,000 pounds readily. HO'had in Dr.) Galapin advanced and made a speech, nandina.Superintendent.
I D. Bloxharn Tallahaxse. of 7i'"I1'allacc R. Moses, Cielll'-!
I two hundred and fifty acres that made him which produced a melancholy impression J.icrtlc/lfllll'/ot'rrwr-Livinw-toll:, W. Bcth- giunna.Collector. of Schools-,Yo A. Maloney, .

i a good average yield.. He has planted between among those present. )[aitre," he exclaimed el, Key West.Secretary of llc..t'IIIW-J.. M. Platt, Lake Jes- Callahan. .

three and four hundred acres of corn I called myself your son, and you of Slale-JollII L. Crawford, Tal !sup Orange Goiinty.fJHjicrintendent ORANOECOUNTY.County
.\. La R. L. Summcrlin Orlando.
lahassee.CornprollcrIV. of Schools- Orady. Judge- ,
that is looking very fine, his section having loved me. I remain your disciple and your I). Barnes, Tallahassee. CI/'k-J.. P. Hughey, Orlando.

I escaped the prolonged drouth that I other sections defender, and I come in the name of positive Tn'tllfllrt'/-Hl'lIry A. L'Engle: Tallahassee. Orangt'C,,\Y COUNTY.County ltrrltf-Thomas W. Shine Fort Reid.Atsettor .

suffered with. He has for feeding to philosophy to protest on behalf of universal .ftlo//u-Gt'lIrral-Oeorge 1'. ltaney'l'alla- Jndije-J. T. Copeland, Orange of Tti.rcs-James: M. Owens, FortH

1.1 I his stock in its green state, with oats, two masonry. They have deceived\ us, hassee.Commissioner. Park. leid. Fin.Collector.
1 humanity nf /.nnd!*-Hugh A. Corlcy. Ulerk-0. A. Buddington, Green Cove of RCt'CIIIlc-Xnt. Poyntz, Orlando.Superintendent .
and have stolen from
of cattail millet which thinking
I '!. acres pearl or puts you Tallahassee.Superintendent. Springs.Kieriff. ; + of Schools-John T. Becks.
I out and grows as fast as it is cut. He also but we shall avenge you by causing our ; of Public Iutrl+('lini-F.. K. James W. DeWitt, Green Cove Fort IJeid. .

cuts and cures it for dry forage, the yield of children to read your books." Footer, Tallahassee.AdjutantGeneral Springs. 1'UTNAM COUNTY

; which is very great to the acre. Again, at the grave another unseemly interruption ( -J.E. Yonge, Tallahassee Attestor/ of Ta.rex-Win. Conway, Klng ley. Jud'te of! /'IIb"te-H.. Harrison, Palatka. I
BUREAU OF IMMIOKVriON.nnmistioner Collector of licvenuc-Win. S. Plummer, flcrf-'V., Forward, I'alalka.
it occurred. f. LitlriS had
His is small but expressly
to cotton ;
acreage very ,
(\ -A. A. Robinson: Tallahas Maxville.Superintendent. Sheriff=Thomas Slially.A j
la looking well, having it highly fertilized, ordered that no speech should be made over of Schools-M. 1," nci t'r, senior-S. E.: Tirnmons.!

and kept perfectly clean. He will keep all his tomb ; but M. Wyronbofl', the director see.Clerk-U. C. Long, Tallahassee Middleburg. Cullectorrf lka'crure-Joseph Price.Superintendent .

the cotton seed made on his place, and return of the llcnie 1'ositive( pushed forward and Special' AYt'IIls-inmuel::: Fairbanks, Astor COLUMBIA COUNTY. of Public Schools J. '\'.
Building, Jacksonville ; P. S. Place, Waldo.. Strickland.
it to the soil as a fertilizer, which pays said:' "The LittnS family has wished to County Judgc-1V. M. Ivos, Jr., Lake City TAYLOR COUNTY.
) him many: times more than all the moneyhe maintain silence over his grave. It had a SUPREME COURT. Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake City.
Chief Justice-E. )r. Itandall, Jacksonville. Sheriff J. W. Perry, Luke City.Atsettor ClIlllf"Judyc-'V." II. Parker, Perry
would get for it to sell it for making oil. right to this, and this right had been respected Associate J tut ice-J. Westcott, jr., Tallahas 1 of Tnxc*-L. ,v. livers, Lake City. Sheriff'{ =-Thomas Ostucn: Perry. .

b ,,- lad eight acres in sugarcane last year, the as much as possible; but his other see. Collector of Ta.re*-J. L. Parish, Luke City. Clerk-John C. (Calhoun Perry.Superintendent .

same quantity this year, the growth of which family, his philosophic family, has also its Associate Justice-11. B. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of Sclwul.-J Itl ius l'ot'llan1l'r! of Sr/lOols-T. J. Franklin,

f is satisfactory to him. Ills last year's crop of rights and its duties to accomplish, and thisis Jacksonville.Clerk! -C. H. Foster, Tallahassee Lake City. DUVAL COUNTY. Perry County Trcasue'er-P. S. Sutton, Perry.

1 syrup realized him a handsome sum of money to speak a few words about his life." COIIltyjurt'orI>. X. Cox, Perry.
CIRCUIT JUIKFS.First County Judge-William A. McLean, Jackson -
lie will plant two hundred acres Infield These words were received with strong protests vllle. Collector of Revenue-
Maxwell: Pen- '
'iI'cllit-AuJustus Awtmr
H. Peacock
peas, and will put in twenty-five acres the bystanders crying! Enough, saeola.Second. Clerk-Thomas E. Buekman Jacksonville. Perry.
I the I" Several Circuit David S. Walker Sheriff)=Uriah Bowden, Jacksonville! ST. JOHN'S COUNTY.
of sweet potatoes: ; had in the same quantity enough Respect family 1'lIlIall:1si i
II(,{'. Assessor of TIIJCCS-A. J. Prevail, Jackson County Jutlgc M.( R. Cooper :St. Angusline. -
last year, yielding enormously He fed them gentlemen remonstrated: with M. Wyronboff -
1 Third Circuit-E. J. Vann, Madison.Fourth ville. .
:Ji to his hogs, cattle and horses! mixed with and a lively altercation took I'lnctamitl Circuit-Juntos M.( Baker, Jackson I Collector of Rerenno-Aoses J. Brown, Clirk-Bartolo F. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

it corn, giving! half of each, which will bo n a few cries of Vive la Libre-penccc !I" M.WyronbolT Jacksonville.finjMrinlcudent. Sheriff=Ramon Hernandez: St. Augustine
good suggestion to those persons who planted however, in spite of the remarks ville.Fifth Circuit-James D.iwkins; Gainesville. !- of Schooln Albert J. Russell Assessor I of: 1 I.l'('.-David I.. I>Dunham St. .
Jacksonville. Augustine
i only vegetables and no Ho is suc of the relations persisted in contin- .
corn. ,
Sijth Ci""ltit-H. r.. Mitchell( Tampa.Sennth HAMILTON COUNTY.: Collector nf J:1'1'C/lI"-.Jo l'l'h F. Llambias,
; cessful( raising hogs, all of the very best uing his harangue. "I shall not speak of (ircul-1V. Archer Cocke, Sanford St. Augustine.
J. Stewart
County Judge-Henry Jwspcr.ClerkJ.
I breeds.. Ho has the Poland China. Although philosophy said he, hut shall only make Caldwell Jasper. Superintendent of! Schools-C. F. IVrpall]), {

accumulating fat easily and growing very a few observations on the great ancla.1mira-I ('ouH, Calendar. 'ihrri.Lr-Jnnll' M. Duncan, Jasper.Atctimr St. Augustine1. F

t't' 1 1If. large, he docs not like them because of being ble life of Litlre' which every one has aright FIRST CIRCUIT. 1're.-.J.. R. Hunter[ Ancrum. Sl'MTER tYCNTY.lnnyudye1cnryS.Cussidy
"'. II. ]i. McLcod ( :::! Leesburg
] ,
(.hll'lor.fift'I'rllllC- : ,
bad mothers, overlaying their pigs and kill- to admire. Littrd died as he lived Full 7i'rotSanta Columbia Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.

I I If, tug them. The Jersey Reds are fine hogs, i (New interruptions) '1'hl3 is what I wanted Rosa. :2d Monday in October.Walton '''Uperiul1cdcrttof.S't'hools-Jushna County. H. Roberts "PJ'WJ.= S. Dyehes, Lce bur?.
-Itli in October.Holme / .
1 Monday
!. but arc so easily kept that they aro too la.yto to say : Sleep} in )peace, great thinker, you *),, 2d Wednesday after Ith Monday Ancrum. Assessor Collector of 1i1.rrs-H.Rel'cllllc-John 1'. Wall, Webster

get out of the shadow of the corn crib ; ho will have no other tomb than that which in C October.Washington) HERN A MM) COUNTY.Cvunty Lccsburg.Superintendent. of W.. Dychcs,

objects to them on that account, an objection you expected.(' For you begins to-day the" :2d Monday( alter 4th Monday( / Judge-\\'. L. Fricrson, Brooks- of Schools-A. C. Clarke,
great social, and the only true, immortality. in Ochbcr.Jackson ville.
\ well taken a plantation where there .
t l' on It was long before the last of the bystanders Ud Monday( after -lib Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law Brooksville.Sheriff .
is so much to support hog life in the fields left the grave, us every one discussed! the October. -J. B. Mickler, Brooksville.AtKcwor SUWANEE COUNTY. .

and woods Ills favorite for.all purposes, as scandal with great animation.LETTEK.. Escamhhirlst Monday in December. of 1'tlJ'f8-Frank E.Saxon: Brooks- County Judys M. M. Blackburn, Live .
prulUla breeders, slzc;; 'thVift ,in-getting! This act amended section :2 of act of February ville Oak.
their ItE1thIN l<), 1:$71),f mud' docs not change: time Collector of Jlct''I/ltc-li' M. Townsend, CIt.k-Itohert A. Reid, Live oak
I around and making living; (some'accuse To the Editor of the Mirror : :Spring Term. Brooksville. ,ShrriJohn= L'. Sessions, Live Oak.

} f' them of being hicvolIl\-thel'e persons HF.RI.IJUliO 13, 1831. TIIIKII i CIRCUIT.tyring Superintendent of Sd'fJols-lI. II. Thrasher, Assessor of 1il.rcSH.. Sessions: Wei-

I must keep good fences,) rapid growth, "Old fogy bin" in this, as in other continental Term- Fort Dade. born.

{! and taking on flesh and fat, ready at twelvemonths Countries', is taking fright at the present Taylor, 1st Tuesday. after M Monday in JIH.lJSIlUItOl'Ult CfJUNTY. Live Collector Oak. of Rt''clllle-Hohcrt F. .Allison,

., old to break the beam at two and enormous rush of emigration to the United April.MadNon' County .1"dYI'---H. L. Crane, Tampa.Clerk .
Superintendent of ScJiools-J. O. C. Jones
!'d ( in ,
States From Chemnitz, Saxony learn Monday April.Hamilton )
e three hundred pounds, and not overfed, are that 1,000 stocking-makers aro preparing; for tth :Monday in .\)>ril.HuWant'l' /-=-1 Wm.}>. Isaac C. Brown Craft,,Tampa.Aesor Tumpa.Sheri ) .. Live Oak.

4 the Rerkshlres. Ho will kill one hundred their exodus, partly, no doubt, in consequence lit Monday after -Ith Monday of Tuies-.-;. E. Spaykman, Tampa. VOLUSIA COUNTY
f : head of hogs this winter, and finds that ho of tho German protectionist taritf.l in April. Collector of /'I'I'II/e-\\. F. Buns, Tampa.SniirrintcndfHt .County Judge James II. Chandler, Enter:
tho numbers. Columbia 3d Monday after Ith Monday( prise.
raise them fr > prodigious are : emigrating of 8cl"olll.1'. 1 Icnderson
to slaughter-time
r up America\ this year that )(Andrew I H. in April.Lafayette' Clerk-John W. Dickins, Enterprise.:"
k almost no cost on his mulberries, oats, stubble White, American minister at this: court, may [ (lith Tuesday after Ith Monday( Tampa.) : JEFFERSON.CuuntiiJnd : '''/IN'iff'-\V..A. Cone, Enterprise. .oJ (

\. grass, pindars, peas, potatoes, cottonseed bo excused for a rhetorical flourish introduce in April. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enter-
I and corn. It I is a bold assertion, but in hilt speech lust night at the valedictory Full Term- < -J. B. Christie, Montieello. prise.
banquet given in his honor. 1st Tuesday after M Monday( in .t'heril-T.= Bl4illl kill!!, Montieello.Clerk Collector of Iereuue-John B. Jordan, De-
hogs can bo raised hero were it not for the 'Wo havo always learned," he said" "to October. -W. C. Bird, Monticello.SujMriutendtmt Land.

;)pilfering negroes cheaper i than they can be revere England: as our mother. Hut it is indeed Madison, :Monday in October. of ,"ehools-1V. It. Taylor, I Superintendent of Schools-A. Cranshaw,
raised in Illinois. It might be said by people a question worth propounding, whether Hamilton h Monday in October. Mnnticello.County t Enterprise.: !
in Illinois Ohio Massachusetts why after ono or two more !such' decades as !Suwannee, 1st Monday alter 4th Monday 'J'.cWl/'tr-\\. )r. Girardeau, Mon- WAKULLA COUNTY):
or the present, Germany will not be called our in October. ticello.
County \V.
Judge- A. Giles Crawfordville.
I do we not drive the negroes out? Then we mother' instead" Columbia, :M Monday Ilt'tl'r.lth Monday( htO'tabe Collector! llt'I'CJt/c-Jo-ll'ph Palmer, Mon Sheriff=-W. II. Walker Crawfordville.,

1 would bo charged with kii-kluxing negroes The want of historical insight which this' r.lattuyette. tieello.Awetsor. Clerk-Nat. R. Walker, Crawfordville.
for their politics. hvbcrbolo betrayed could not lie more i point- C f.th Tuesday after 4th Monday of 7'11.rell-J. P. Grantham Waukccnah. Superintendent of 8dwolsV.. T. Duval.
cdly corrected than by the words of one of In October. Crawfordville.
Mr. Uevlllehas, besides his regular plantation the German: orators w'ho. HH'KTM CIRCUIT.
politely bowing! to LAFAYKTTK COUNTY. County' Treasurcr-\\r. W. Walker Craw-
stock, twenty-five\ brood marcs, and is Mr. White, gave it as his opinion) that to Spriny Term County J"dUtJ.. Dixon, New Troy. fonlville. ,

raising colts from a thoroughbred stallion, England: remains forever tho honorable :$t. John's. :1M Tuesday'ln March Slieriff-Thomas Walker, New Troy. Collector of Rf.'t'Cltue-\\ II. Walker, Craw
having upward of forty beautiful colts, ono name of the United States mother country, ('layIth Tuesday in Aian'h.Bru.lford,1st.'l'uesday Clerk-Howell[ Hawkins, New Troy ford v ill e.

and two years old. Ho is also improving his leaving.Germany"Rather the powerlcsssometimes credit of being their" in April. Suiterintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey, New Assessor of Tarc.9-0. II. Reynolds, Craw-
; Baker, 2d Tuesday in April. Troy. fordvillc.
cattle, having a thoroughbred i ehort-hunt continued, like another King Lear, surprisingly Nassau 3d Tuesday in April.Duvul County 1'.easlCI't'r-J. )[. N. Peacock, New ". '
bull. His cattle are worth seeing, and are rejuvenescent at others: but at all Ift Tuesday in May.( Troy. FLORIDA

quite profitable, affording him an income of tinges amazed at the giant grandsons success Fall 1't'rIlt- Collector of Revenue'....Newton Supp, New i ;
of whom Goethe had already said, St. John's :2d Tuesday in September.Clay Troy. S t JI:\{'EI.nv.
several hundred dollars a year for butter. /IItrkc& dim hastes lesser" -1th Tuesday in :September.) .lessor of Tare*-A, S. Ackley, New Troy '.. e
Ho has a pretty flock of sheep, that pay The public dinner p passed. off very well, Bradford M Tuesday in October. 'Y FROM: FISH SCALE,
him well ministers of state, members: of parliament, (Baker, 2d Tuesday in October. d COUNTY.Cbuuhc
professors, men of letters, and artists> willingly Nassau, Tuesday in October.Duval Judle-"'. C. Bvrd Tallahassee. SEA BEAN.. SEA SHELL,
( He Is an energetic, active man, fond of agreeing to do honor to a man of cultivated let Tuesday in Xoveml Sheriff .\. Moseley( Tallahassee.CrrkC PALM ALLIGATOR TEETH .-
farmers' literature, a patron of several mind and amiable presence like Mr. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.

monthly and weekly journals! from which White.To TermSnmter FIFTH 1'IRCVIT.tyriinj Superintendent cl."kIIOllIJl-Ifelirr N. Felkel, Also, FEATHER FANS AND FEATHER:
the rtmindyof ladies about ; -
w ho derives much information, and puts it to the wedding dress young unquestionably to marry pre.seats -. :'Id l Monday( in March. st'e.TreasurerJ L. Demilly. Tallahassee. FLOWERS, ORANGE STICKS, .

practical use He has u steam engine"tl itself as a consideration of the utmost Marion( 4th )Monday in March. Collector of /:1't.tIlU/-r. C. Pearce, Talla SEA SHELLS ETC.For : .
Importance and ., well believe l'utnamkl: Tuesday' after .Ith3uudayiii hassee.AiMMofftf.
mill, cotton gins and sugar mill tha e ; ne can that sale and made
to order,
the prospect of any shortcoming In the material Marti Trues-G, A. Crooine, Tallahas
driven by It ; ten CJ'in orange grove, over or intake of that essential garment is Ievyth Tuesday utter 4th Monday in see. '.'. \\.". AXNLKY,

one hundred scuppernong\ grape vines, I p rAndl peach orchard, and an everbearing soul. Some such dreadful apprehensionmust Alachua, nth :Monday\[ utter 4th Monday<< in County Juili/e W. J H. Sebring, Bronson; -

I L mulberry orchard for his fowls and have inspired with desperate resolve March.Fall Clerk-J. M. Barco, Bronson. Sfovet* and Tinware.W. '- -

hogs, His wife has a flock of one hundred the fair young German maiden who, only a 1'1'rmHumt'r-ht in Octolter.Marion Sheriff }. S. Parker, Bronson.A .i
few days ago was arraigned before the court .'t'IIII.r of T and fifty turkeys, one hundred young geese, -of Berlin for stealing a watch from a youthful 3d Monday in October. Collector of Rci-enue-J. Ira Gore, Cedar STREETY,
handicraftsman of that city Tho j Putnam. 3d Tuesday in November.Levy Second Street, opposite the Post-Oflice
(that Mr. Devi lie says are easier to raise than >erstoii Key. ,
she had robbed proved to bo her aulanced 4th Tuesday in November. School J
own Superintendent of *- B. Menden-
turkeys, being industrious feeders on gnus,) Alachua alter 4th in
lover, who upon| discovering his loss: Monday Tuesday hall, Bronson. .
and eggs and chickens unlimited from their had forthwith notified it tothe Berlin police, November
1 Leghorn and Buff Cochin fowls. Mrs. Bev- without the faintest notion that the theft SEVKNTII CIRCTIT.Spriny MADISON COUNTY. rtersl,

Idle was much pleased with her IVkin ducks, had been committed by his betrothed bride. 1'tr/J'-- (uiumtyJw11e-l. )[. Witherspoon, Madi
l Duo investigation resulted in the discoveryof Orange, 4th Monday in January. son...
that are very pretty and white. the stolen 'property a pawnbrokers Volusia, 3d Monday in February.Brevard ../lrriffHunkins, Madison. '
Mr, Devllle has solved the problem of shop, where the damsel in 'question had 1st Monday in March. Clerk-John :M. Begs, Madison
farming successfully in Florida since the pledged\ it for a trilling sum when brought Dade, 3d Monday in April. Superintendent of Schools. ]. S. Tyner,
to trial she avowed her F U TermOrange Madison.(
guilt with .
many 4r.
., war, only arrived at after long and disastrous County Treaturer-S. S. Smith, Madison. -
I tears amyl, sobs alleging that unable to purchase 2d Monday in August.Volusia .
Y experience in having too much cotton her wedding dress, and beingashamed! :2d Monday in September.Brevard. ( Collector of Rtt.tnruH.. Warring, Madisun. .

p ( The secret-Make the plantation self- to confess her poverty to her future husband, 4th Monday in September. '
.' supporting and not be obliged to buy what she had purloined his watch with the object of Dade :2d Monday in Noveml iSt 111.Auettor of 1'c&J'tI-D. D. Wadsworth, Mad
realizing a sutncient amount by its hypothecation -
can be raised on the farm. to equip herself decently for the MANATEE COUNTY.Cuuuty :.
FELIX. MAYBUBV.FUXEJtAL happiest moment of her life. It is pleasant C'mmty Olllt."r.LCIIU *. Jwly -?. T. Crawford, Manatee.
,-- -' to know that this piteous confession was responded \ ,\ OtUSTV.tJounry Clerk-Robert S. Griffith. Manatee .
E -OF .. ( L1TT11E.: to in a gallant and magnanimous Juilit. -Junius C. Gardner, Gaines- Sheriff-A. Watson, line Level.Aetfof WSTOVES

To the Editor oftht Mirror: spirit by the despoiled| brldl'grtCJnwho ville.Clerk. Titxtt--S. J. Tyler, Bradentown HEATERS, RANGERS.TIN .
1- FRANCE June 13 1881. spoke up like a man in court, declaring that -J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville.fihertff Collector of Icrcuuo--MariOU (I. Carlton,
"the prisoner was, and ever would be, his John "'. Turner, Gainesville..lMor Poiiash.Superintendent. AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
Di, Ltttr "* funeral), which took place yesterday only love, and that: he would marry her out of T-ifet-George "'. Hawthorne, of -hool.t-I-'eJix J. Seward, ROOFING AND GUTTERING
) was largely attended. It is estimated of hand If tho judge would consent to set l Hawthorne.I Pine Level .
her at liberty." Without minute's lit' P. Thonia M1RIOX PUMPS, l>DRIVEN WELLS ETC.
I three thousand people were present a delay << of rm< G. : Gaines l'OlTNT\ '
that fully of the the tribunal annulled the arraignment and; ville..SMwr. (\nmty Jiulye: -Samuel p. )ran-h ialtkata, A large stuck of Stows hand. Give
on me
most polity
and these included j the" generous lover carried on" hi* liberate.! >ii/f.4'fHof! ,<'Auolr-W. X. She*, (t'Jfft RoWrt Itull.irk, Ocala.nerijf a fall. anJ

t Y cal and literary notabilities-ministers, acadKi. laiwnM in triumph uahn'-bilk! ".S,,-*. _.\. B. ('nltrhth.Jtl. Oxiila. .uthi-r h u.os compare, here *>*my,thc\\'JuoTt.price with: those of

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01lIXGI: our article caused the planting;: of a singletree is true Southern wool has greatly increased, 1880. : :L8S1.J .
COUXTlis but we do know (that so far as the experiment the clip III Texas has run up from (1,000,000
has been tri('d there, it has been 'pounds In 1SIM to 2'2,1X10,0001nttnds in 1 1SSO. .
Editors Tlegraphaad Mctfcnger : successful "'c are tol'rahlfamiliar with \In the Gulf) States there has also been an increase .
TAKE J"" 'SUP! OUANQK Corxtv, Fi.v.. I (the country between Lake City and (Gainesville of I five-fold in the product. ..r '

June 17, 1831. JLi ; have: culled delicious peaches from '.. ,

F % my last I promised your renders some trees in all that section\ and, speaking from rt.ncriuc: : : :\roTOU.-\r the days. of the : r THE'. :'
figures!' on the orange culture of this l'OUII'I. actual knowledge, we are free in expressing steam 10l'olllotltIlllnber'el'? Shall we no i
try. The custom of figuring it ul'| has become the belief that that whole section i is as h perfectly more be begrimed with its smoke and I cinders rs *,.
; so common nowadays that very little adapted to t the peach us Is any quarterof and no longer hear its bikini: [ and diabolical
reliance is put in newspaper articles upon this broad country, not excepting Delaware screeching? Shall we no longer fear .

'.i1 this subject. where thousands:' of dollars are annually its explosions ? Not much longer shall we .
)I; ? While there is large!scope' for exaggeration! made growing this delicious!' fruit. And sutler In these ways, for we are assured: the
'(:.fI!:;we know that when the matter has:' been I the same i is, no doubt, true of a very large adoption, of I the electric: motive! power !Is "only
,:' \ thorough I sifted down there will be found part of East Florida Now what preventsour aquestionoftime." .1tlieriirtlermuanythis( "
g 'w more truth than it now gets credit for. In Florida farmers in that section( from question electric motive power has been as

'" {the outset let it be said that in this State avery growing 'peaches for the early markets:' ? good as decided. A car driven by, an electrical FLORIDA MIRROR
small proportion of land is adapted tow They could" place ripe, luscious peaches in machine: containing twenty persons was

the cultivation of oranges say twenty-five the Northern cities at least two or three run ait the rate of thirty miles an hour, and .- '
CS r I thirty-three per cent at most. The lust winter weeks earlier than even thcgrow'fSofUl'orgia entire confidence is expressed that this power .' \

z,. has demonstrated beyond reasonable or South Carolina ; they would be sure is capable) of doing all that th-h'nlll\ow: \ ', .. *,'-"" ,
(doubt the fact that the business is unsafe of obtaining high prices; and, therefore" er now does .oJ.

[farther north than Lake George. South of could not fail to make itprufittole1'etrtst M.: Trouro has lately ridden t through the t -" I.
;, I that lake the climate i is suitable, but there isn more attention III the future will he givento streets of Paris upon a tricycle driven by '. : .o .
vast area of land totally unfit for successful !- this interest which if 1 0 '
r | properly} i managed, !ltol'l'dul.ll'l'tridl\ \', which suggests a revolution "
and remunerative orange growing. The will prove bonanza: to t those who first succeed in the form and motive;power of our .
f fact that the fruit ('un grown on flat on n large scale in growing! the best and I family carriages and buggy wagons. Not onIv I
t woods, bay' lands cypress ponds or scrub earliest varieties.-I'nlon. these but the heavy truck of the future
I lands., should put a !stop' to !so much talk will probably be driven by on electric motor. ==S.T'E.AlV.t [ =
about overdoing the business.! There is more '
| ;
The :skeleton of a horse one hundred years
A i/iir: or TIIK BUSTO..1f.11:1l1:1'
[ probability of the cotton interest being overdone hence is to be :shown nsthcrl'nlllin8'ofallcxtinl'1anlllll1l.
y up
( as about two million bales surplushas MA r /.*. Of course machinery:\ to
[; already been made. Last season\ good I Our readers may derive some information/ make electricity! \ available in the place of

> oranges sold for fifteen dollars per thousand as to the state of vegetable market in a horses!" for common use remains to be per
Suppose twice that quantity: be made this
:' and of cent oef large Northern city in May. We hope! they fected. rt
year a depreciation) fitly per
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f curs in price, which is not \probable-even will especially! note what i is said about\ a paragus. 0 -
Heat istal: .
then tllcrl1' millions in It.' : .. As it i is the earliest: : of Northern vegetables -- ---- ._ -- -
-- -
E; Then it should be remembered that a large
hutmbcr of those engaging in the business we know of no reason hyiteannotbe

1 s are doomed to failure for the want of dis- put in market in March from Florida, TIII: { n.rl'o"x .\

, ri tcrction and proper knowledge of the nature and it i is nearer being a sure crop (than: any 5
I IM1MJOVKMKNT( : : : (COMPANY.lYriiaiKllini !
|and requirements of the fruit, as i is the casein \ other vegetable raised : 1 1hj

every brunch: of industry known, (General .
Sanford, on his grant, and near the VitJKT\IU.K.s.: : -
town of the same name, is said to have expended The supply of winter vegetables! of last / I

about thirty thousand dollars trying year's growth I'.ntinul'01.1'\' large: and it '
[ to make n grove, and now t there i is: not u't t tree would seem as if some of it had been kept I ;
to show for It-all because of n fatal blunder back rather. too long for profit. Squashes' Towns, on It. It. Lice, o .

e | In the selection of the proper Wind of soil, and cabbages are especially: plenty and good And (V lnr Key, W
properly) located. The general is well: ableto for the season ; but, of course, the demand 0
sustain such a los! but lie has numbers fortliOM'is i rather moderate, in view of so SJ pit''
5 of near neighbors in and around Sanford large a supply of fresh green vegetables.URKF.N -- 1
; who arc not, and who have gotten into the : VFUCTUU.1.X.Were : .
:. same slick
In the neighborhood known as Lake Jcs- it not for tho experience- of past seasons Oilers to Lessees and) Purchaser: a largo I

c- sup settlement t, there are about ;i.">,000/ orange so large a supply of summer vegetableS number of t the most: eligible and desirable! H
in market this time would
trees and about 10 of the number our at hardly
K per cent l.ot1lI'uitnhh' for Husiness\ Purpose's, or for
bearing fruit. Gradually the remaining !K) be believed ; and, even among later vegetables City or Suburban Residences J: ,
per cent will begin to bear and rl'Warlt'tile those. of last year, :still in abundant: -
anxious owners. !supply lire more or less superseded by an
!, :Many estimates are extant of the cost of curly 'crop. This is: specially the case: with UPON EASY TKllMS.: :;
potatoes and onions-the market now containing
., raising;: an orange grobut the one given
Seth French 1 consider accurate a large supply of each from Itermuda -
by a very Liberal Discounts on Values allowed toparties
and so it i is with caulillmver'sthere being
and it below of
one give )price engaged in manufacturing: or indus
plenty directly from the greenhouses at
; land : trial enterprises, who will erect on the property
,: Fiveacres at $:*>..................................$125 It is even worse with regard to canned purchased\ substantial improvementsfor
Lt Clearing and breaking up.................... 75 such beans residence, or in which to Conduct their
Fencing boards: and cedar )posts............ 75 squash vegetables, tomatoes, ,as etc.: peas, foreign, and, asparagus domestic: ,, business.1NDUCKMKNTS. -"FIOO3ES. AND: :::;:=

,, Cost and setting! out of trees....e........... 200 for which, at present, unless by reason' of ,
Manuring, cultivating, taxes, ttc., for 5 : : TO MANUFACTUllKits :\ -
comparative ) has been (the
years............................................,... 500 some time cheapness with tonlatoesthere, as is littleor easefor I by exemption for a term of years from .J
demand. taxation, ollercd by the't'l'Ul' cities and .

i Total................................ ...........:..,$U7.'i Peas no beans and cauliflowers are all in towns. Apply at

At the ending of live years such grove will good supply, with a large variety of greens, ,;r.:!) Onkc (or. teach tt 7th 101:(., Fcrnundimi.L .
readily sell for one thousand dollars per including dandelions) spinach, young !beets, Hi-tf

acre. cabbage sprouts, kale and other kinds. .- -.--. ---- ..- ---
'. It will then rapidly increase in valuation, Lettuce, radishes, cress, jiarsley, etc., in
? and I lie trees, with judicious cultivation\ will large supply, with a most: admirablcshow" of TIII: 1'LOitII.t
retain their health and vigor for at least: a Belmont rhubarb. Tomatoes are in good w. JOB PRI.NTINGHOUSE

century.Naturalists. supply, both southern and greenhouse culture. AND 'AND IMMIGUATION COMI'A'V ,
estimate! them to live fifteen .
hundred years. The largest tree known is "I'o\lt.\rn'
one in Alachua county in this State.:: It is O'l( ''EWi
three feet in diameter at the base and fortylive Asparagus has come into market with a .

feet through from tip to tip of limbs, perfect rush from Hl'ImolltI'jn) ton, Concord IOOOOO ArOf rcrt' S .
and bears annually ten thousand Lincoln and many other' towns. It
tree is: said to have sold some oranges.This has grown very rapidly, i is of good Size and tho must "
years ago
for the SUI1uf$:!one-sixth of one year'sincome excellent quality, and; the supply is very :.
from the fruit. abundant. The ('ultivutio.llof the asparagus .\CCI'IWLg1'11: ;: ) DKSIUAJILK) : ,. "

Much: attention is plant has been largely increased within a Beech Street ,
being paid to the thorn- Opposite Egmont Hotel '
LVN'IiS IX TIll: j;
less varieties of few years, and is well) appreciated in our "
oranges, as they a* '
possess -
i great: ail the market. It I is a plant that is: easily: cultivated -
; vantage over common :
for considerable: damage is caused by the does not sutler from a severe winter: andis STATE: OF FLOUIDA) : : "

I high .winds: flapping the limbs about and a certain crop. Kvervbodv! can have asparagus At :.,: 1's v'l' : :
thorning the I fruit only $1.25 )per aero to new settlersl(] ; : .Alaqui : .
: ,
t 'fhe'l'jetahle business has become of no tho prjvilege of selection in parcels of ,1(1 J ; ., ; ,: :; .

,; little importance, and l in Home instances very siciLLtx PLANT'S AXI> TIUKS ixCommissioner acres or moreThese: Kinds ore located on S'S .. : : ,: "'.5"- .

profitable. Hut in this, as is the case in the ,11:011([I.1. and iidj.iccntjto the line of the '. \ ,,' .,

orange business, much inconvenience und Henderson places at our

pecuniary loss is incurred through the rascality disposal a letter from the Unite 1 States Consul FERNANB1NA ; > FLORIDA.

who'ha\'c of agents and commission merchants, at Palermo, Sicily, lion S. 1'. Hayly, in ATLANTIC, 01.1XII i ( ) WEST INDIA: ( -
every chance, as well as dispose: which he expresses his willingness to servo
lion plunder the producer.I the )people of Georgia in supcm.-iiig the selection TIJANS1T: (0:$: IJ. IJ., ,

Fearing I have already taxed the patienceof and shipment of trees, scions, seeds:

your readers, I will discontinue these for forage crops, cereals, etc., foragriculturul; .
tiresome details. J. M. It. purposes in this state Consul llayly-mc'i- extending from )FKHNANDINA tins.Atlantic .

tions that until lately he found it impossible ] to CKDAll: KKY, on tho Gulf coast, a ,
WEALTH IX SMALL T 11 USTItIES. to meet the many requests that cmne to him, thus ------ -.--- ... "
affording to the )
The owing to difficulty and cost of transporta producer cheap, con- :: ": :: ,, ,
"There A'ewi and few Courier very truthfully says : tion. Now ho says there is regular semimonthly i- stunt and rapid transportation to the beslmarkets .', : ?:; A(; ;"; i. .'.-' ,
are people who nuke as: little
steam communication
with New : ., _
use of their natural advantages! as those of York tho ;:'k'-'- ,.. .
South voyage taking from fifteen to The belt of traversed! the :: ': .\" : -
::, Carolina. This is a hard truth, ex eighteen days. The consul adds : country by Transit I'" _-r' '. :. .
(lnl'lIli.lllnllv by the waste among us of ( It. IJ, embracesKVL'IJY .. .
small resources, which, if utilized would You will confer a favor if you will ofll- > ,\$, '
furnish a greatly increased! aggregate, of ally acquaint the agriculturists of your State Having added ;XKW T'I'E .'!Y1) ,RfKW: TRESSES. to our. oflio, uilll having
wealth Not of this fact, which will greatly facilitate the -* "
to speak of our long unusedwater : : VAUIKTY: OF Miff, '
power and tho neglected; material of introduction of such seeds and plants as ark SKILLED, WOUKMKN: who know how to use!l tho sumo, wo are ww
1 our forests and fields which for decades! have thought to be adapted to the !soil and climate

common been calling and every for manufactures(opportunities: there: within are cultivated of Georgia, would, arid most which probably if successfully materially to he found in the-Stale, a largo projiortion : prepared to Ill) any and every kind 0(' printing.

the reach of hundreds which are ignoredsave develop the agricultural resources of the being iKruliarlyatlaptsl ,to (the culture of

when some active man from without State The olive is the most profitable field Stet Tmtro'tc.m. FKITM and )Early Vegetables,
the crop in Sicily, and I see 1111 reason why its
sees them and reaps a harvest from und The Large, OJlip"JUlJ'U nf Timber
what we have looked cultivation in the southern ]portion of
with your
and indifference. The upon prosperity contempt of the state could not U made equally profitable) make these lands worthy &AHEFUL' 7A"AMIXATIOX "e

French and the money-making faculty of The consul also states that he has just by mamif.u: turers of Lr.MHKjtAM ;

New Kngland: are founded upon the ability I shipped a quantity of olive, lemon and other NV\L STORW.NKV: .
r to, make much\ use: of small things, and as ; trees to Florida to Iw used in grafting.
long as: we neglect the 1 lesson Jhev teach we Hut he does not see why they should not be
can never In spite of fertile acres and huge imported for cultivation, since they can bo : ShTTJ.KIJS: : FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD

i cotton crop, K either! as independent or as delivered in New York at a cost of about' 8H ,
well-to-do JH they are." cents apiece, (rom two to three year old variety
This is a.s true of Florida as it I is of South guaranteed. The lemons will hear the Purchaxing land from this company are furnMied .
Carolina.' The l.'l.iu16hllJl, from time to time following season. Orders addressed to the -0 r t -. .:'! .
with tullre free i"i}<"*jt on (ho Transit '. : ;. '
suggested such industries, and will continue: American Consul, Palermo, fo'i<'lIy. will receive .. .. ,.,. ; .
IJailroad fur ami ;" ,: ..' .
metal crentsto / rwi-4'' '
to do ***, but without awakening Mr. IJayly'a cheerful ILttcII1I0n.'WI. .-Mir, I family 1' -/,1 )
any great the station .. "r ; ',.,' .,(, '' : c '
degree of the land "
tnthutia>iu over any of them. Asa ,1 nearest purchase!, : : : :
I : ;
matter, of fact, FloruU is almost as rich in T1TLK: COMPLirn: :, iH-Ing derives! l I by : :

undeveloped| resource* as she is in those VALUAllLK IltKAS. grant from the Unit l /States and base. 5 ; .

which which have is. fast been utilized. Orange' culture, Mr. E:'I'l1r.1tkln n has given much front the State of Florida. pun S '. ,SS 'A* Neatly nu l MM Cheap' a*" any Office In Florida. ,
becoming her leading Industry btudy to the material ,
has resources of the South, ; ,. .
been '
develop within the last: dc- and recently called "
code public attention to two COiJIJKSPONDKNCi: ': ..
This : SOLICITED.Det : ,
interest :
to be the will no doubt continue agencies which, he thinks, may largely promote :, .,
mast Imi'ortant.notexceptinglong the uA'rlcltlturallfrfl't'rlty of that seep :ti. .,...',
staple cotton but 'ril'tivt'| Mti' and iiiut'LiiM maileil
there onapplinition.
are latent resources tion. A difficulty the Southern farmers has < 0or .
here < : : .
as yet undreamed of. which will be dc- eS
hd to contend with IK in the fact that it -
\:101'11111 the future with a, ninth profit if co.ts, so scarce is fodder, twl't as much to t.'JJ.W.. LKWJS: J\1.' <
fir not In to the name extent ax orange growing feed a mule as to support a field hand. The Land CUIIIIIII..lolI.r.OtJIce :' : "
this connection we would call the at hull from cotton-seed 1 and the leaves and ; '
tention cor Ileac't and SeventhI qt i. i4''f..
()four reader IS 5'
to an industry which stalk! of the 5
plant have heretofore "
been considered I .. '. "' "
although it has -t : 1.; "
rl''eln.lltOrue attention, has worthless 'S.r. '
wUJStt' made 1'W"
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no considerable : ,
pix.gres art yet mention a new machine fur separating the ; ; ,
which iscertain I' ,. ,, .
lycgdableotbeiugdeveloped{ hull and 50R < '
into cutting up the plant in a way to .
u large and l profitable busine. We allude convert that which had l been thrown ...

ago, while to arowiiijc editing i early tutu t.otatcK lake Eight years into nutritious foul. This (011II1 l. be away ways, ,1,.. Don't end your order!. fi>r I'lJINTlNU; WNDINO and KULINU( office outs
City lieu we Hill Uii
pointed l out to not only supply the wants of the mule aRpert p'MO aRtp t
theritizcnsoCulurubiacourt. but feed million* of heep. Mr AtUno side the State Onlers for either will ruceive prompt
ty the advantages their county nusaoitocd for think that by a wool twenty-tit mil attention from us, A'Mrm
crop "
this that it business, and we think ,leiiu.n.tratwl lions annually may he ud.lol l to Southern I: ...

would irpn jrljr maniued.: prove a "'ealth."uili.!, he says, ran l Include a sta.L T'IOlIIIA.. Arrititoic,
pecuniary: 5 ''/1
umVe do not know tlut .le fcmind only to (''Hunolnuu the war it DAVID L&XDidTH BOX, PMUUphU. Pa ica! L
E'ctaai.irautr.t :.
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THE FLORIDA MIRROR. fit. Mary Ittvcr .Utlilltolttc. Tin: SKXTKXVI: OF g.ir.wD AND Range of Thermometer In Justice's! (;..urf. '.

To the Editor of the, Mirror: JAMKS.THEV .
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------ --- ------ ------ ]Having read 1 both the notices!! respectingthe STATB COUNTY OJ.' ..NASSAU.1i1 .

t.OO A YKAH; ft.00 FOR SIX MONTI. above mail route in your 5 issue! of the AnKfONVicrr.il OF MUKDER IN TIIK -----.--- DRCU. STORE, C. A. Willlamton and 11 1fe-/ You are

and knowledge of the Must m.12 ': ; hereby notified\ that a writ of attachment
-- --- having special IirOHF.E tn.3p.ut.Vinl
------ ----- -- -- -- -- --- 2.tlq : : AM: SESTEXCEIt TO .
J j BE llf.Vrj. 'I'i \ has been I issued against: you and your property
Loc'tl Jtejlcctton in bond well micros in '
matter <
as a an sec- The conner>1 cw! their\ arguments in the ... ........ --1--1SlItnrllay attached, to satisfy the demand of James

f lug the service well performed] I wish to rase of the Mate M. Savage and James, for Sunday ..,..........1 I K.: 'Meddaugh and Wife, amounting to $3o.83.'

\1 lion. D. L. Yulcc has returned to tbccltv. congratulate you on the broad views adopted the murder of Mr. l'atterson.nt! 4.Jj: clock 1cllItl\y....... ..... 83 ,,80 Rl N\V'. Now, \I111l'1I011 shall appear'\ before J. A.

p The Sunday day trains on the Waycross!' by you when recommending its contiim: \\ednesday) ) evening. Judge Vann then de 'fllcllny.! ............1 82 R7 8i I S1 I;: Ullcrmami, a'Justice of the Peace in and.'for
e livered nn able, learned and fair: and Wcllnesday..1 82 92 !93: SSW. said County, at his office at Fernandina: 1 la.,
,\ l road\ have been discontinued. once, and join I issue with the flippant writerin gave the case to the t jury at i:30: 0 clock 'fhnrsdny.....,.... 8:1: 110 !9l ,SN'. on the 27tli dayof August, 1881. at 10 o'clock

u The Orlando\ Reporter gravely 'S" there your contemporary, who, for the !sake of"roundinga .when they retired to make up their verdict Friday.ti.....,.,., 8t I )3{ {93:J ,S"'. a.m., judgment will be rendered against:: )'ou..T. .
paragraph," would inconvenience Hie, returned l into court at 7 o'clock m' ---- K. MKDDAUOH AND WIFE,
/; p.
typ arc no idle men In tba. county except thosetfjb and rendered the (following verdict -- .---. -- ------ Plaintiff.

\ who arc too lazy to work." Curious, (if true. a large section of our Slate, and does STITKOF FJ.OIMI, HAMILTON : List of tetter Fernandina 1la., June 2o: 1881.
inferentially reflect the bona ; and. COVXTY }
on tides -
iK The heat has Leen"Cry great the past .June:!!)I. 1831. }j jW Remaining in the I'ust- keutl..l.rl1a1Hli. '-
of the excellent \ In Justice ('ourt.STATIC .
[punctuality present contractors jury, find the
week. At Jacksonville on the 20th it was Savage; and prisoners, Charles na Nassau!' county, Fla., July 1 1881. Persons
for that route. Howard:. James, guilty i of : (FLORIDA,
00, and on the''SOth 07, and lowest! 80 for Prior' to the appearanceof till! steamer der in the first t degree. So fillY wo all mur calling for tiiese; letters! must say Illh''r.tlsl'll NASSAU COUNTY.To .

tho 21 hours. 1).'S. HRYAN, Foreman. : C. A. WitlmmsoH aunt H'i/e-( You are

t- >i Flora, Captain' Richardson, the mail servicewas The jury was dismissed, and IternarlV'illinn, KIcxander: Millie hereby notified that attachment
Mr. C. Lucien Jones, of Savannah, who it! court\ ad ,
not satisfactorily performed, cither in journed\ until yesterday 8 o'clock. onsalla! ( Henry JIll uhartl, Tcnah been 1-11'IICflngall11: 1 I h t much interested in Florida, nnd has improved regularity and punctuality in the description Court opened pursuant' to adjournment Irous, Uevinu Judson, MarkKiienbcr attached, to satisfy the demand of Charles

property Waldo, has been vNiting of boats employed in the service, frequent yesterday. I Johnson, Martha 1 Jcorge II.Milay shad amounting to $20. Now, unless you
The defence made Laurence John appear before J. A. Ellermann, a Justice
a motion Hannah
the week. for
our city present a new
l failures occurring in the, performance trial, and submitted it without argument. McCalI,7'outtnie Mays, Al fried of the Peace in and for said County, at

i\ t Bothcometsareonexuiuitiontliesmaller: of the mail service. The court overruled the motion, and noted Mann, (Jeiieveve McClan, :Kinder his ofliee at Fernandina, Fla., on the 27th

i one early in the evening, a little west! of icing one of those who brought this Mate exceptions.: The State:; prayed judgment, I'clot, J. O. Shields, A. W. day of .\U.tUllt..1; 1). 1881, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
'. winch was duly pronounced, and the Tucker, J. A. White John M. judgment will be rendered ail1 t '0\1.
1 north ; the larger one in the small hour of of affairs under the notice of the government prisoners ,
ordered to be taken to Leon Wilson, George Wishart
I } the morning, resplendent with its broad fan- I may not be the less qualified to to await the death warrant. The C'ounjail counsel Plaintiff.
T. ltmnDELi.,1'.11.hor .
i ;::: tail. cheerfully admit, how entirely all this has for the defence then gave notice that they : Fernandina, Fla., June 25, 1881.. __

d i ".f' Mr.Ifedges'centuryplauthusuowformcdlts'blosseuts : been changed for the last year, sincoaptain : ( would apply to the :Supreme:; Court for n ------
I writ of error and asked'for forty days in Sale. Notico lo ('If" T.n.y'rs.I : .

1.I, which are rapidly expanding. Richardson) and the owners of theVra which to make up and present their bill of A Family Carriage, in perfect running or AM now ready to receive the taxes on

I j I 1 ; It' has some! fifty branches from the main / have had charge of the route. exceptions, which' was allowed. Court ad. der. Seats four Has been but little used real and personal property assessed for

t" 6tell1l1nd the ends of all these branches arc In the first place an excellent .:-tl'amhoat"witla journed at y o'dock.-1JllilJ/ Apply to W. B. C. DUIYEE.Wanted. : :. the year 1SSO for the City of Fernandina.All .

II covered,with large panicles! at present of a proper accommodations, has taken the -- v--- property on which the taxes: remain
I, unpaid on June lt, 1881 will be advertised
pale color. place of the dangerous( -(allelt) steam MARINE.ARRIVED. .
green A set of honks and sold. Those! who have paid for 1880
: : Mr. A. T Williams, who for the last! five boats, or open boats (which too often had to night. Hesr-of Reference to journalize and post: at will i>lcu>>e present their recei 1' .

f:1 1 >,. yean has been connected with the State eke out the miserable service). Hut from I'trl o/I.'e"lItludhw. Address: J, C., this office. :2t.! W. SCOTT, }
.. 2G-lt Tax: Collector Nassau County.
Camp Pinckncy to Fernandina the publiccan mOil WATF.n.8utur"ay --
I land office in Jacksonville, arrived in this --- -
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'l i' last route for Ocala. now calculate to within u quarter of an July 2...... 11"l: A. 1(. ...... I'. )1. Notice to I'ax-l'uycrn.
city on Wednesday en
# hour the punctual anival and departure of Sunday, 3...... 0:00: II n:211"lIonrlay : I am now ready to receive tax returns for ,
: ': ; Mr. Williams has been appointed agent for II 4...... 0:48: II 1:15": the present year Blank returns will be furuished
It' the sale of tho lands of the Peninsular Kail- their mails' or should! they desire to visit Tuesday II 5...... 10"
,,1 : .. : 2:00": : at my office over Stork's:; store, corner -
;. road, and will locate at Ocala for that purr your city, avail themselves of any of the '\'CI I nl'4'! \ay, (I...... 2'- II 806 II of Centre and :Second:; streets. (

t ,;: 1- lines of steamers running in connection Thursday, II 7...... 3:31": 4:0'J: II WM.: II. UARn..\NO. VSSfi LIAN

l.4 :;' )pose. with the well-ordered comfortable mail Friday, 8_ 4:3: II 5:17: II FFRXAXDIXA, March: 10, 1881-tf M ,

fit Hon. James M, Baker, Judge of this circuit boat

: 1 has received from his Alma Mater, Davidson But there is! another most important Mrs.( Private School.
consideration R. Alexander: will
i June 25 open a
-S. P. Florida, Using Savannah. permanent
College, North Carolina, one of the if the mail service is withdrawn : .. "- 1 V rSch. m. Wile ', Donahoe Philadelphia. pr'vateschool' in the lint,tist: church on

oldest institutions of the country, the honorary A great hardship will be done to those,whether the Kith of May, and solicits a generousshare

t y 4< t degree of LL.D. This honor has been i settlers or merchants, who have made "-Seh. V. L. Hickman, Nash, New Apply of ut public the.school: : patronage.' room between Terms t the liberal.hoursof ,.r x i
: only thrice bestowed by old Davidson and York.
investments the reasonable H and
on very !' assumption : a. m. 1 p. m.
we are glad to note that she has! bestowed it of its continuance In no other way 2 J-S. P.Savannah.City of Dridgeton, Fitzgerald, 1'ERX.INDiN.t, May 8, 18813m.lt'hen >tae been (to (o.tant r a "

(: so worthily as in the present instance. Wo can they, the general public, merchants, settlers 27-Sch. Eleanor Dortin, Warriniiton., ---- ----- --- I use by th(+ pnblie t 1 "r ;
know that the Doctor will bear his doctorate Philadelphia.i the Fields are White with 4i .
; traders and farmers: be so well or economically Cotton ? I I Tor over twenty V 't : ty
,: 2S-S. I'. Florida. Usina, Savannah.: I ycnn > Je};,
r. l, gracefully !ll.rvcllb the maintenance of 11)!) S. 1'. No : .,11" ',,:,:,;.
City of nridneton..Fitzwrahl.Savannah. .money now ; can't buy. pianos or organs unit IK the b.fxt I'rf'l""uIlOl" L, ,1'4 O:,
,. The people of Jacksonville are deservedly! the present river mail route, and if the / : till cotton roams: in." Yes you can. .;;.' '- ..> \,

:' proud of their street railroad The whole country progresses! ase trust it will, by -S. S.City of Dallas, Risk, New York Rake up $10 cash on an organ .fiicash;!;: 11 on r\or Inictitvi' ] far Itj"T ;.l I' 'LIla! v
i :10-S. 1 I'. Florida, Usina/ Savannah.: piano, and we will sell you dining June,
plant i is excellent, tho route conveniently !such fostering aids: the day may not be i.Ni iK\V, lUlU TO IT> J StateAssayer
July and
r 9'i; -S. P. City Point, Creaser, rharlcs- August: September at rock bottom
f r :;': arranged. to subserve. the convenience of the fardi'.tantwhien daily steamers! each way. ton. cash rates, and wait three months for the YOUTHFUL CO LOU ANIVI.IFE. > I

: central portion! of the city, and we think it may become a necessity: on tJl l'ery "-Brig John'cbhI'III tr"ng. Phil balance, without one cent of interest Cash and "

beautiful lino of Hut to elloct adelphia. rates. Three months' credit. No interest.! x
has been deemed country. Ghmist
a cheap blessing to everybody : )Don't forget it. Grand
;Ir. Ho-a, Smith, Jacksonville.! summer clearing- /
during this heated terns.V'e are glad this!, to most economically, serve (the public July 1-S. I' City of Bridgoton, Fitzgerald; out. sale of new and second-hand\ instruments It supplied the" natural I of Mass '

to }learn that it i is fairly rem a nerative.V'o and develop our section, the river mail :service Savannah.:: -500) pianos, 500 organs./ All styles. food and color to tho lull I and +

hope i it will tho construction of I should be strengthened and encouragedas All grades.: : All (trices.ustbecloseduut( glands without staining tho ,, ,
I IQUI' I ITAKTKI::" Special terms to installment leading.
beach tram-road. much as possible; both by the government buyers.\ Cash skin it will Increase end
I prices advanced only ten cl'lit. Fifteen : Physicians ,
lt">-S. "1". City: Point, Creamer, Chorlcloti. *- per
and the That the latter thicken the growth of the
f I public arc quito days' test trial. Guaranteed instruments!> a}"
The horse and cattle nuisanco: }is now at alive to the I Importance of this is manifested "-S. P. Florida, IMna, Savannah. from six best makers. Catalogues and full hair, prevent its blanching;

f ,its height in our street Wo have seen in the unanimous anxiety along the whole) 27-:S.; P. City flfBwlgetoll, Fitzgerald, information I mailed free of chal'ge.'ohl and falllnff off, and thus I endorse
horses going down tho sidewalk of Centre Savannah. being; imposed upon by fealty or any other AVJIT BALDNESS and

Street at full speed, at the deadly peril of lice fur the maintenance of the i present admirably 2S-S. P. Florida ILsina, Savannah. man by ordering at once from the great S___- ,I recommend i
managed economical route, and :Ltl-S.! P. <'ity< of Bridgeton, Fitzgernl.l.Snvannali. wholesale: piano and organ depot( of the S it h
any little child which might have been on' South, Ludden it IKiteo' Southern limes It cures ItclilnB, Kruptlons -
it would, indeed, be unfair to tho c who :' \ :
the walk'heu horrible accident of Houso' Savannah Ga.I'ostOfllce. and DundrufT. As .
sumo ;;:M>-S.S.Cityof D.illax.Kisk.Xew York. tBI11AiI'.1)ILSSINGItisvery
have based\ their calculations for Investment!> .. .
this nature has occurred, the communitywill "-:Sir.'1 Ruse:' : Smith Savannah. --- --- I great ,'
and in this section to secsuch
wako to the and of Improvements "-Scb. S. C. KvatiM: : Svlvaiim I : New ..Xoltcc.Office desirable, giving tho hair n !
; up outrage folly triumph I
an essential adjunct suddenly withdrawn. York. Ilmir*-Vrb8:00 Amr. ellken softness which nil .
: to fi:00: I'. M.
4 turning the streets of a closely settled city and serious loss and inconvenience occasioned July 1-S. 1'. City of Biidgcton, Fitzgerald! Money I Orders and Registered: Letters! from admire. It keeps the head I In !medicine. ,

a into,a horse and cow pasture! for the convenience thereby. Savannah. 8:00M.: to 1:00: r. ion. ; and 1'1'0112:00: r. M. clean, \vcct and healthy. '

of a few stock owner lastly, it is quite notorious that the contractors I -Scb.. Quaker. City, McNilty. l'hiha.dclphia. to ::1:0::: I'. )(. Sundays> 1'1'011110:30: to 11:30: A. :M. /// I \f

for the St. mail service have AUIMVU. AXU PEPUOTKE OF THE MUUJ.Xwthfrn :.f/ '>:-.'
Tho New York South for June contains: Marys

excellent biographical'sketch Meredith: 1'. ungrudgingly expended\ large bums on*their IS I-ORT. .lAnV-.Arrives daily at 10:25: A. 1>1.Clo'l's. l 1,,
Bark Anna Bachelor 4132 ton, 5.00) r r
pitmal1., !! ; r. M.1'jctra
.i Gentry, of Tennessee! ,by Alexander II. Stephens boat, taking, pride in the evident appreciation ]Brig Jeremiah, Blanchard, 'W2: tons. J/ail- OF

., of Georgia. It has! also two valuable the public had shown tilcutand with a Brig John Welsh Armstrong 316 tons. For points! north of Savannah]

I iJ' engraved plans for school buildings, by our view to rendeMheservicc perfect and punctual Sch. 1'UI)1.: Barter, Hurter, :72 tons. only, closes......... .....................10:00: A. lo(.
Sch. "' t Cttlaf Key and Transit Railroad
11I Donahoe 218 tons.
it '. excellent FloridaarchiteetMr.lt.Ii.Srhuy: as possible! for at least the utjtt four years, Arrives........ ......... .... DYE
I Sch. V. I.. ilick'man, Nash, :XM: tons. ... ............ 1.00: r. M. r
: '" ler, of Waldo, whose plans for the Bench as there can be no doubt that they calculatedon Sch. KIwotMl I I Doral1'Jlrrington, 2:5.: i tOil!!. Closes ......... ......... ....................... 8:45: A. M. FOR THEWHISKERS.

!, Hotel and new Episcopal: church are now being performing the contract fur that period --- West Florida .

.: executed in this Wo advise all To them also then great hardship would ensue MKMOUANDV.Piui.AiiKi.iiiiAJnno25 Arrives....................................... 4:00: r. M. i will change tho heard to a ISUOU'Ts or
city Closes' ......................................... 500; p. M.
school\ trustees, contemplating (the erectionof were the present contract t so admirably -Cleared-Schooner Jae1W1t'illelI1t1t.. Johns River BLACK at discretion. Being In one

school buildings\ to apply toMr.Sehuyler performed by them and so satisfactory to NEW C.1V'YIIUK.. May, Davis, Fernandina./ Arrives......... ............10:25 A. 111.:00: 'p. M. preparation It la easily applied, and
: June :20-Arrived-Schooner Closes ....... ....... ....... >
for plan1!. S the wltoleeomntunitynrfitrurilycaneelledl! J M. A. Folsoni, Parker, Fernandina. Cleared ft. Martfs,and Trader's: I M. 5:00: I'. M. produce a permanent color that will .

Let us, therefore, earnestly hope that on a Chas F. Meyer, Thom toll, Jo'l'lIIalHlina.Ql'Y.ISbTIIWX Arrives Hill .1ail- not \fash oft:
Florida. vegetables wero, selling in New June Tuesdays and Fridays nt 2:30: r. 1>[.
careful consideration of the merits of I lie ArrivetlBark Closes
York: on the 38th, as follows : Tomatoes, Mentor, Fernandina 47 days Mondays and Thursdays at 800; A, )I. s 1'IlEfAICEU 1IY
tho best consult its SY. Marifs (
departmentill .Ia.ollb/-
t 75 cents to $1.25 per crate ; eggplant, $2.00to own interest, as well as tho great benlit UlII'om'enlC'lce \ Arrives Mondays and! Thursdays at 8:00: A. M. R. P. HALL & CO, NASHUA, N. N. V
$2.50 cl'Ate'atl'rmelons, $35 to $40 I'll\RTERS.A Tuesdays: and Sold by all Dealer In Medklne.
i per of the Fridays at 2:30: ]'. M. _
( public, by continuing the --'
per hundred. From the 24th to the 28th : schooner ;350,000 lumber, from Savannah Wedn'sdaysandSat'days at 9.00: A. M. GET '
t 4 instant there were 2,400 watermelons received St. Marys amid up.ri nor mail "rvicc as at present to Noauk, Conn., rl'!>!:\wl'll. $7.50), and Closes Tuesdays, Wednesdays, THE BEST.WEBSTEII'r .
timber $s.5o.Schnoumer .
t scH.'tluletlllntlpel'furl11ell! by the uwuersof Fridays and Saturdays at 2:30 p. M Anew
in ;New: York via the Southern Express : Chas. Hcyer, :50,000( lumber,
the steamer J'lomJilt her obliging and $'.ML. T,1 im.iu. 1' )I. E
i Company and Florida Dispatch Line. from Fernaiulina to New York, $7.50, 25.01X, UNABRIDCfp"; .'JTNONDICTICNgprefUPPLfYfNT ">
John llichard .
popular captain, !on. day. -' -
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A dispatch from William II. Thomas, of X..w .Idwerllseuscu/tm. :
1 hatho honor, etc, Schooner Fannie A. Millikcn,200,00)lunn-( : .
I Haiti more'; a ay": "Tomatoes are selling well A I'OKKKM'OSUK.NT.: ber, from Jacksonville to New York, p. t. ------- ---- -t

.a at from $2 to $2.75 per box. Union. Schooner Mary( onl. W55: tons, New Yorkto von SAM:.

# : J/ St. Marys, JuneS.SUP1tEilt .. Port Royal, phosphate{ : p. t., and back : IIOUSK CONTA1VINO If you lutend somo day to get
t ---- ---- ADKSIUAULK
from Darien with lumber $7.50.
Closets, front Piazza WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED
A Correction.NKW ,
Schooner Ada G. Sho tland. 190,000 lour large Yard, Orange. Lonion ami Banana ,
I YORK, Juno 27tb, 1ASI. ber, from Jacksonville to New York, $9.50.! Trees Centrally l),at'd. best title, etc. "DO IT NOW."

tf, 1:, W. Southwick, Agent, Fernandina, Fla.: nt\t: >TK3 or im-lSlONS: AT Jl'.NE TERM, 1il*1. A schooner. 400,0(10( lumber, from Pensa- For further lurid'glary.. inquire at this
cola to New York, $!H. omc TIII NEW EDITION
,Awn SIB ; Since the publication of our William Sedwick. "II. IMVitt C. )lUwkim.Duval .- Schooner Win. Wiler, 185,000) lumber, from -_. -- -t.tf
letter of the 10th lust to you lu the Florida Circuit <(<%>nrt.Watevtt film;;8 Ferry tl) Philadelphia, $S. FOK -- Contains orer 118,0001Yords,

t Mirror; our attention has been called to the J Schooner M. K, )Bva '. 178 tons:, New Yorkto SAM 1928 Pages, 3000 Engravings,

same by lines Interested in the transportation I, Alter\ final\ judgment in proceedingscommenced Palatka. railroad iron, $2.50.:) and back _4 COUNTUY wards of 80 PLACK: containing unX Four Pages Colored Plates,
from Jacksonville to Albany, with lumber acres, 20 of them cleared,
1 of vegetables from Florida, and fearing under\ the common law practice $l0. situated about six miles from Fernandina, 4600 SEW WORDS and Meanings,

that soma injury may have been done them anterior to the code, an appeal prosecutedafter Schooner Jas. Ponder, 277 tons, from Jacksonville and accessible by either land or water ; rail. Biographical Dictionary '

by the misinterpretation of the growers, we the passage of the code is controlled by to New York, lumber $9.25. two road boats runs within) one mile. Also one mare, of 9700 Names.
Schooner J. Cook 43(5 costing $.300. 300 over
Ions New
Mary young orange
wish to that lU'll"no intention of writing the of the
it say we I I provisions axle York to Brunswick, in ballast and I buck trees, grape vines, jwach and quince trees, "most beautiful ant eotnplete Eng
anything( that \\"Ol1t.ll'a1jt any reflect ionupon' 2. The code does not require a bond in an with lumber, $7.50.Ltiut farming implements, and over 100 head of lish'Dictiouary." T
line. We wUhed to show fancy chicken: H 3000 Eugravings
any only appeal. It requires an undertaking. Such -- ----- .-.nearlythrf'ftH
t For terms of wile M tows as any
t the state of tho market; that all lines were undertaking need nut be approved by the of l\itusenger" apply to Every school and family should have It X1

( i bringing large quantities of vegetables to judge or clerk Per steamship City of IMlns from Fernan 30-- A. B. NOYKS.lu : constant reference. fj

3. Where the final judgment in dina to New York June 30 1881 GET THE STANDARD.
; > cw York, and that they met Norfolk bhipincuts a judgment : Jutitire'M Court
c/ irebfeft U
over 2O times the
4 t boo weather<< etc. for defendant upon( Ids motion to arrest David Hunhman, Win. Giflonl, L. II. : OF FLORIDA, Salt of any other series of Dictionaries.The Sle
u judgment upon a verdict Of the plaintill" Younmn. W. Ir.1.V.. : STAT
Plummer.. Lee
a "higheot authority of the Courts in
Savannah line its COUNTY
and connections
r' The the error, if there be one, is an error npmrcnt L. U.! Tibbitts, and fifteen steerage. To \ OF NASSAU ."-CAwJtatiee H'aite.An .T
i r are provided with the facilities, and do their in the record, and no exception From New Georgeyhutng ;-You are hereby noti- almost universal authority hi decid /l # --
York to Fernandina : tied that a writ of attachment
business and well and have bills of exception! or case is newhaary. to the has beenissued ing the meaning of words.
quickly we no
review of the action of the court Rev. J. II. Waddcll, lil.: Wee.1, Jr., J. against you and your property attached, to No other Dictionary has teen. bought by "KT
wish to prejudice growers against them. 4. A judgment "that the j-liilntitr take Edmonds: J. M. Poctor. Master G. C. poctor, satisfy the demand of\ Thompson, surviving any State to supply its Schools. JSm

We wish to have the Mallory Line fair nothing by his declaration in this cause, J. .\. P.landett. _\. .\, Can, dlell:!! and wife, .\. partner of Dickinson & Co., amount Tr>ktlonarq on which nine-tenths of the D
McRae, wife and four children D. ing to s-Ji.2.5.: Now unless I shall School Boob of the country are taed.
and In all its dealings, and will, and that defendant do have and recover of Jlcltae.CUIUo you appear
square you .. betore J. A. Kllermann.: In the i Government Printing
a Justice of the Authority
the plaintiff his costs taxed --- --
now at dol l. A
therefore, request the proprietors of the Florida Peace in and for said Washington. Jan. 18SL
lars andcents" is:: a final disposition of of the City of Dallas, County, at his:: office at 'p eronsni.eded by State Schools

Mirror to publish this letter in its col. the subject-uiatter: of the litigation, and an 1'r New York June 3n i : 5!.7 barrels! rosin, .Fernandina\. D, 1881 Fla., on the:20th dav of AuguM/ .Lb 38 States, and 5Q College Snpfs Prests.inK
at 10
umns so that any Injury done others tuylc court.appeal lies (rout such' judgment to thU 15(5' ( barrelbpirits, 33 barrels w l.taLI't!, 543 will be rendered against you.a. 111, judgment Dictionary that, has public been schools placed in in more V.B. D

undoue at once. Motion tit dismis.v appeal{ denialIt.Iti.bewJr.furttp.i1hrntI craticgel uljU*, 4,714 nmelou..S l41ckact'tt1Jl"'I''IUlhl W. B. THOM1-SON. IS IT NOT THE STANDARD

Your truly H. I'. :itrI.alts'bides,2.l"txeetvlilSr Surviving;, parliur Dickin' )n A Co.. Published
( ; by C.A UERRIAU. )lass.41i0Webster's .
I : ;. U. MAIU.KV A Cu. kln : 1"\\-1 % 1'laiutitT.1'ertianJiuuu Springfield.
.-- 'i "'.' ; : St't'llt:> cedar, 7 lanvU tar, 1 boat. June 1',1b.41.! td National Pictorial Dictionary.
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