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 9, 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
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been for favor shown her by the plliti.i! of internal i improvements ever improving river, and the whole Fln'i.18)! tl'm of rtlallw01l1.1 (crests! turned over to them, or to have some
on.ISOl any five or six I: millions of acres! set: and
such line apart'
be but to
cal department, for most of the local offices : anything. It i is a scandalous fact tlmtwhile ti deeded faIhemhssatisfactionoftheir( / ?,

STORY1 have been filled\ by alien not before Identified I' the public\ :\ lplelgedorsoulattheirnoun-l t It I is but one hundred and) ninety miles Had the trustees remained+ quiet and allowed

lAUlOJi AND THE POtrmXS; A 8X1KK with the'ol1nlr-llOr even now us:' deeply inal value, would havescverally ft'11I111t'lIIi. from Lake. City to flacon, airline ; from this to be done they would have been justly
usow TIt OF OUVXOE l'orXTYC.OF with other lines this subject to censure ; but, liko business men
been favor verities and built railroad all through the Macon: in combination ,
salaries it has' not by ,
in their :
T KKI.ATIOX TO us : ; they set to work to save tho fund from nttor
ITS of the
: OF TAX of the l'eOllomil'allll'parhucnt, for no sooner State, there I N not one college {properly endowed road could do the greater portion vre.k, us! merchant would do by sellingoMu
TilE flT.\n-KXTonTros had the orange interest )began to" promise: by the State by that (fund, and not n great business now done with (the WesternSlates. {portion of t his:: stock! at cost" to liquidatea
cat A SE3-OIW-THE than the taxes, by an arbitrary dictum abrogating yard of railroad t that has: not l'l'l'hl11t\ \ by The farmers of Florida depend( upon pressing! demand the enforcement nfwhich
[ Hi c fa litor credit after the public land 1 (the Northwest for large l portion
capital ,
non-hearing private : or
:, OIUXOE Co., Fr. \., ) I n statute protecting have sold oil'a jiortion of tho property belonging
;' Juno 28, 1SS1. f rAmos grove, were raided so disproportionately: that revenue had been squandered; up at stuck fllo,18l1Pl'ly. the most direct road can to the lund for an amount amply

.\ W THE notr-mx. we have annually bought our home, acre gambling. Hut we are taxed the !sane as If certainly do the business! the cheapest.LiHc .- sulllcient to liquidate demands: again it,
and yet leave 8,000,000( or U.OOO) (>00 01
makIng Do think we actually: did owe the interest t on improvements \ City 7iVywr/
fable of land
You remember the Orpheus by aero, at :Stale prices. you tho lands free of incunlbrance, to he devoted .
,i' the oaks chn ,cz, and Anion taking ft"bareback I exaggerate? Pinccastlo has three acres that were contemplated but never Captain Watson, who has just returned to works of internal improvement( m:' originally t .

ride on dolphin to the inspiring;: cleared and improved. It was a ;govcrnmcnhomestead made.I from New York, has received information contemplated in the grant of the same
inionc in live have paid $;')2: of the l'hilnltelpllill'Olllpl\l1 asa to the State. III addition to this, when the
'raIns of his own lute. Porte Crayon, I yet years !. approve directly from headquarters that tho moneyto trustees shall havorealized tCicirclaimsagainst
of those! inimitable etchings! that distinguish taxes, or at the rate of six dollars\ : per ncrc great canal and drainage company\ ; I dislike build the Kntcrpriso: Titusvllle: \ Road is ; the Jacksonville Pcnsacohi upon & Mobile

his art above the tame mechanism: of 'I I pay that in taxes every year; ami I your ,. it very much as stock jobbing concern secured, the whole amount :iJOO,000, if necessary Railroad: { now in judgment, and in n

the engraver, ha* given n ludicrous: l'turc of : paper of June 18th tells mo that a Philadelphia or land jobbing speculation. : being now! subject, to call for the fair way soon to become available, they will
I to it because the l Hoard of Internal have, besides 1 the proceeds of :sales of lands,
the kind of land at object
the holding by the same in Ul'll"
[ scared poet, wild-eyed company: gets work. The !statement; comes !< way several hundred thousand dollars in the
[pars of the "limber fish," wriggling over his twenty-Jive cent )>cr acre. Improvement docs not know, and has and is: 111\llelo: positively, that there seemsto hands: of their treasurer.

[Interlocked shanks amoiifi/ the waves, while So oppressive did this extortion become, never attempted to find out, the value or bo good reason to believe it, and that this: The idea of selling off sufficient portionof

[every trait of the expressive face repeats the in 18SO, the property holders were forced toeugdoy character of the property it undertakes to much needed road will at last be built. ,,'... the public lands to pay oil' t the indebtedness
rt of ll'for one distinct from the State sell. Such a scandal l on the part of a trustee against them is not ft new one by nnymeans.
[offer, of n thousand leagues : an assessor! congratulate the people of Indian river, who Jovernor Stearns' administrationlabored
ood<< of dry !ground.; << I was: rather skittishly assessor, whoso returns of fruit bearing dealing with trust! 1 property is holly inex will secure their outlet to tho world In avery to accomplish this end, and no less

fjrcmindcd 1 of the scene this forenoon. : land., under Chapter 2,039: approved February cusable. short (time\ hence as tho work I is to begin notable a personage than lion llcverdy

1 Pinccastlc overlooks: four or five square 11th, 1371, on blanks furnished 1 by Last winter, in short lecture delivered in in August: and, according to present indications Johnson, of Maryland} was appointed, ns
the agent of tho State to visit!! Kuropc anti
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jiilcs of fair water on Lake Con way, framed (the assessor, were accepted by the State Orange county, a synoptical extract of which i is to he pushed to completion ns the great centres of capital in the North,

In soft yellow mouldings under dark green assessor, and then by the commissioner. was, by request, published in the I'londlan; I rapidly ns men and money can do it. We with tho purpose of cllecting similar! sale.

t. Allies! with all that extreme loveliness of Afterwards, on orders from Tallahassee, ]I urged upon the legislature And.. the Board have heard farther Hint tho depot will be Governor Drew, soon after he came into

delicate shades of green and roseate skylight suppose, at a j private meeting of the of Internal Improvement the- necessity of a located on the Dellary property, near the office method, rccognir.ed of freeing the the fund necessity, and he of appointed such ft

,..characteristic of Florida scenery. About its board, an interlineation of new values' thorough geological survey. The idea of Sulphur Spring and shell mound, and that Mr. Samuel 1 A, Swann, of Fcrnnndinn\ as!

)many, gables and porches is a little grove, was made: without any notice to the prop- selling public lands, trust estate, whcrcthe( near it n large hotel will bo built., It has tho agent of the board to negotiate a salo.!

s shrubbery, pines and much of the natural nrt ertyholdersofsuch:: arbitrary change. Not trustee knew nothing, and had tried to find been evident for some time past that Northern That gentleman also visited Europe and

.'\m ll'1in unpruned i n gligIH'l's I am quite only that ; my own which had been ll'l'l'ptl'etby out nothing about what he offered to the capital was seeking investment in Florida that made purpose frequent, and visits\ did to much Northern to bring cities' thematter for

.lone in this vacation of the year, my art Is the assessor was raised $:.IOO, and I fi.HlllltIlIpclf emigrant, looks dishonest. Had the State 1fact which makes it more probable to the attention of capitalists. Indeed

L 'JJftcn put to test to find amusement, but the compelled to pay on t twenty acres of made this survey, we might then judge if that (there will be no hinderanco arising how to relieve tho fund has been the

':} natural resource, is: sawing on an old land I did not own. No remonstrance or this olfer of 23! cents per ncrc was anything from lack of means. It has long been evident great problem administration which has confronted for each

'N'i'' I am afraid there is little enough appeal short 01' the courts will relieve us like fair As it is: (the company has. the ad l- that this road would be built by someone succeeding pat, and there has been no time many when years tho

{ lL' lc in it, but anyone who has seen tJ'ilorida \ These are plain, notorious facts:: ; and in alike vantage its reconnohance'while: the Hoard and if )Ir. Churchill has honestly :State:; would not'have,' been willing to net(

negro, sitting with tightly strung spirit of detraction the organ of the Internal Improvement knows nothing. worked 1 It1p., we are glad he is: to bo tho aside! four million acres of its domain for
1.\ ,.fcfcow against his teeth, strumming churls: : Slate at Tallahassee: in 1$7! sneered at the Certainly, I agree with)( you'that such a bargain l blaaiaews.. the purpose, The matter hud! hung lire for
lI1an.- : so long (hat the' creditors, seeing that the
;;;;{ :' ofking that made, blindfold without dNcussion
\ .,plant have the one high recommendation: "burtinguPIleorange bubble. You may' as debt was being increased rather than diminished
inaudible to all but the strUIllIl1l'r, can: hesitate: to credit acts of officials repugnant : is anything i but promising.KM'KK'S FI.OltIll.OUTIlrHS:; HHUWAII.-\\'o have and t the State covered I with projected
, I been assured, us stated 1111 our last issue: thata railroads all clamorous for land had
'.Understand that JII.u lslc! is independcntufcul- t'llIlI fair dealing; but I give you the : I TOM FT: grunts
4 contract has been given out for tho construction determined to appeal to the court1', n, ubovo
t' Hut I
OCme. So it is: with mine. one sworn facts on which tin injunction was
: to be Kncke's: firstvNible
; A comet, supposed was stated, for protection.Time ..
advantage of the negro, in an audience.. The granted, or .facts of such public notoriety ill Orange county; Sunday: morning of hundred miles: of this road, present!: sale relieves all embarrament >"-

ISxIelight\;: I have is incomparable with the they cannot be denied. June i 2t!< th, on the northeast horl/.oii, having; commencing at Live Oak Junction and running anal saves tho fund. That it will result
direct south. This will bring it greatly to tho interest of the State -lheru' can
'fjicstacy of tho mocking birds that gather What then has enabled Orange county, past ,
a nucleus of a star of the " ;} h<)ut, nnd furnish an orchestra real wild with all these oppressions and detractions:: to and ft tail of fifteen lh.gn.l.The same: vis Orange' Lake some miles to (lie southward chasers no possible are already preparing n to colonize pur-tho

gjuusio, ut times laughable in its cunning imitative outstrip other counties: her l"tualill nature's itor ha* since been seen in the e H'niIlHIlit.. of Ocuhi. It is: further reportedthat timework lands, and in u very few years tho taxable
not inscn- will be carried out with such dispatches of limo will bo doubled
fcilitnothl'r creature fertility and superior in transportation} facilities l resources State possibly
tic west of north. I If it is Kucko's \ of
: '\1ible to 1Swee.t sounds is the chameleon: liz- ? Plainly enough The great mass : will enable tho company: to take oil'our or more (than 11mlhlocc'ertuillly very
4 a period of three and a thlrii years; its appearance largely IIICrl'I\Sl'tI-Ktl that even the
ird, sly, pretty things in changeable: suit of the settlements were of individual enterprise orange crop. If this bo true, what n luturois anyone
out ot its term of oe'rlodidty will most ignorant, can see that. taxation. ,be
.I\(\ dedicate) crimson! gorget4 that! ,.fff !lIl1.e out : ,. ,Thc.titJea.,weranot embarrassed by revive the discussion: of tut"tn (:rplmanrtary i in store for Marion county I Three (hundred greatly reduced.' -
Sfrom their hoW: at th'e first. sounds! of the the defeasible title of home great corporation; medium. 1 thousand acres of. virgin hammock Not only will remaining portion of
p iolin. They have grown quite fa- owning four million acres, or the even worse lands that rank amongst the richest in the the lands!, amounting 001110 8,000,000 or
DKATII OK MK. IHOELOW 1IY 't.NIXO.: O/IOO.OOO( acres, bo free for use for purposes
'_ )l1l1iar and fearless pursuing thcirti title of an internal improvement board, notoriously .1.lI South, brought within easy reaching distance of internal Improvements canals, railroads,
The afternoon of the morning signalizedby ; ,
game of fly on the lll'pl'r whereI untrustworthy.: Thisbroughtinto: competitive railroad transportation' etc., but these new proprietors, recognizing
I[ write This morning one gay little champion Orange a very different class of population the comet was followed, by shocking! Tho iron hand of monopoly, that is strangling tho absolute necessity for largely increased
seemed quite excited, running down from such as: are dumped out fl'ollll'lOl1le Iuropean ] incident. One of the usual ,torms! rising in and stunting; the agricultural growth of transportation! facilities, in order to utilize
> the afternoon with and thunder their purchase!:! will give I every encouragement
|the pillar that supports the awning to leap sea-port, andcnrted on to the land, liko lightning; Marion county, will lit) relaxed, mid like n to lie stone. Should the purchasing

n my knee. I was so interested and commercial fertlnr.crs. Orange county thus sprang up over Maithmd. Mr. Hi l'towClIIC plant removed from the noisome vapors of company: desire to make use of tho lands acquired -

{:'amused, that I paid no attention to a soft secured, first, private capital in the hands: of of our first pioneers: who had built an elegant u dungeon to the sunshine: and balmy air of !I'y this contract ns a basis for the performance

; rustle among the vines ut my side, until the l producer ; second skilled labor indent-! even sumptuous resilience( ascendingto day, wo shall live\ and breathe, and I grow, : of, their tho certainty drainage of operations the success in thel'verglades ol

I carnal: turn of the head In one of the ailay'toxbrought lied by small holdings with the prosperityof : the observatory on top to cloe the! lights, with greater life and 'iWJr-tlll our splendid that great work will bo more fully assured,

my nose within two inches of a tho county ; third, professional skill in there was: one blinding ('m..h. rind tile un county .with intelligent emigrants: and prosperous and I tho State will thereby be benefited by

Twhip snake, or gopher snake, a IOllg.con. medicine and surgery ; fourth practiced business happy gentleman was found dead/ as if homes', and become u source of tenfold the addition of several millions of acres of
locked in Mr. had been r'IlulllH'e113I1cti( subject to purchase nun! en-
f strictor of a dirty white, fully eight feet in men and accountants ; fifth, Professional sleep. Higelow; marred revenue to our State.-Oraiiye lake Florblutn. t.. actual settlers: .
lID\ but three months and I leave "
beautiful (
..:f.f (length :and five inches in circumference in writers for the press: of sulllcient reputation : u Tho Orange ake Flondlun. seems to yAfter maturely considering the matter in

fi -f the middle. He, too, had doubtless been at- for their statements to be accepted.In young widow., Strange: to, say, no other i ignore the Peninsular Kail road, already traversing all its bearing, and watching every step of

J ftracted by the fiddling. Hut my sudden, this: way she has been, and is: an integer, damage was done whatever. a part of+ that (()UlltyI\IIeIIlOW rapidly its progress' with anxious rare, and with n
full knowledge of all the complications surrounding -
il'ILL.1'.t1.LACE .
ijump at the unwelcome glll'St-cloll't tell n State within herself. All that relates to building through the southern ortioii. tho fund and its exact condition,

1 me of u harmless snake ; I instinctively regard individual enterprise: has been well done ; XOTKS.TIIK : The :'JOO,
all alike, all her relations with the State-political, an exaggeration.:: and feel confident that it will, bo
mutually beneficial to tho people( of tile
For now we're all transformed economical Il'glll-hns (shared the gen (JEST UOUTK.-The interest! in railroad ,' State awl limo purchasers We fun now look
Alike to all, as accessories demoralization rui: cusrm.ic'ivon Tin: l out(
serpents : that characterizes the administration
has reached Florida and IIt'railroluli with certainty for tho early completion of
'_ : are
To this bold riot : of the State of Florida. MILLION" SALK.We our railroad system, and the rapid and substantial
jfthatjumpof fright rivalled 1 Porte Crayon'sArion *. booming. Tile Florida: :Southern Kail road: would have published in the last issue: development( of tho entiro State.
t [ music in Till': NILE OF THE .'Ol'JtIILLJOS: ACHES. is: the most important of these, not only "because of the t'lfiritlinn the contract between the We commend the eonntruet, which will
and all the daughters of This seems harsh. I 11hut furnishing! it will reach to tho best harbors on tho board and the Philadelphia company for tho be found in nlwthcrt'olumn. to 'the careful

|any fiddle were \"Cr low indeed. indisputable facts to sustain the position Gulf coast, pass through the finest part of mile of the State lands had it reached us! in I perusal I and honest judgment of the people
time. We do so to-clayalll lay the entire of he I State, b'lievillthat the universal anal
THE GROWTH or ORANGE COOTY. taken bj' the Mirror June 18th that /
you are the peninsula, and gain the transportation! contract before our readers. almost, if not quite unanimous verdict will
The progressive: increase of Orange county not prepared to throw np our hats: wheneverthe i,! from tho southern counties now done by The main features' of this: important document bo in accordance with our own unqualified
State sells its lands ut twenty-five cents water transportation entirely, and do the arC ns follow.i' n: sea-.on sale of ,OOl/OOO/ acres of the public domain li'In a
ucre You prefer "splendid universities ,
: : (per : business: : for the great territory now developing .
of the State to u responsible! purchaser for -
'jnonths ending in May, tho record of deeds (endowed schools liberally supported I. but us soon as work is begun at Lake $1,000,000/ / cash. Second; deeds are to be Cargo steamship: H'enlerit. Ttsu from I ? howl an increase of three hundred anti public works built." bye the fruits of these City: it is probable the company will extendIts made for 2.j.IM.J/I. ami so on until (tho lust to New Turk July 7 : :'MX: 'barrels

._ ineteen ; and the month of June, contrary lands, and 1'0110 I.Are line northward by the White Springs( on payment is made. Third, the second payment rosin.111 merchandise barrels spirits, 00 1KI barrels boxes vegetables(cedar Jtnu'kUgvs >
made |
of $:00,000[ ) to be on the tint of
u expectation: promises to be as: fruitful as we likely to get any such benefits the' Suwanneo river one of tutu 'finest resorts November next and thu lost payment on i'H crates vegetable*, 39 empty kegs I. 4.372

April: or May. Almost all the recent arrivals from the sale of public lands? Ij there any III the Southern States) which needs but the first of January next so that the entire melons. ._ .
are from JU)' "old Kentucky: home"and encouragement in the past that should lead transportation to nakeits ilIIlwrtancokmuwn transaction will bo closed and all the payments The Charleston News says trIO value of the

ncludc old Kentucky names like )Morton us to hope that on the amount returned we and its! qualities! appreciated. These sprin. made during the present year Fourth, market stuff fruits and vegetable, raised in
tho board keens the lands: the market
\John P., the great Southern school book shall 'have: "splendid universities endowed ?" are by an alr-line twelve miles north of that sales at the regular schedule on prices will, so Charleston county alone amounts to over
one million of dollars u the receipts from
,publisher: Ferguson, Starkey, Clemens ; be- One million dollars Is a handsome foundation Lake City from thence to Jasper, the county go on as heretofore. .Fifth the purchasers the sale of strawberries, year alone frequently
';'fides: such names! as Judge Hammond of ; but the board education has sold land site of Hamilton county thence to the late secure the right to select from the lands donated amounting to 1300,000 per yenr.LM .

.Georgia, Mr. Johns. from the same state and before. I have before"me the report of 1870-81, gla line in the direction of Valdosta.There to the State by the act of Congress ofSeptenilwr .
: 2H, 1H.V, not the lands commonly Letter
oung )Ir. Drown of Charleston S. C., the and I see the school fund alone has gathered Is little doubt but that such a route known as the Internal Improvement of .

t 1 uncans of Mississippi! Jordan of Texas, andy in $235,200; the seminary fund, $*J,000( ; the would be seized upon by capitalists as the lands, as some M-tm to have Heniaining in the Post-Ofllw. at Fermindi-.
fibers from Southern states, which you may agricultural college fund, $100,000.. ; a total of jest route northward and it is very probable j Sixth, should the purchasers make default na Nassau county, Fla., July ,M, 1891 Persons -

1 e sure we of the first Southern planting inthis $119,000; which by every; bond of law that that it would be extended to Moron, In the any purUlent. the,money is to be' retained n by to tI.tt callhiK for thee letters mint say. ttdver.Kaker .

; fruitful soil do welcome. Not that all can tie a State or individual Is expressly which would beim air-line from Var.tw.ta; tho the snarl, and lands 'conveyed to them to :

:Hire not welcome for Orange county Is espe-: voted to education. Has it been so appropriated route extending over finely limbered land*, the amount of {payments made at the regular Clark,Uelle Lucy Camrnel Clark. William, Mary ..tmnJardnerJanlese
dally Indebted to the New England state ? No it is all vested in State bonds. evtl hthedulq price: '
; $ and productive, with no railroads in As we have heretofore stated the sale has ( Maxwell, W.
and Ohio Pennsylvania; but It Is pleas- The State has borrowed the money devotedto competition over the distant-, but, on the our heartiest endowment as! a financial Needle. Win H, Peterson, Andy

ant to have Southern capital Invested here education, and while our tetra are iitcrenieit contrary the present system of road wouldbe transaction in every way uniting the peculiar :Him Johnston' Ioihnmoni. JohnStrlnxftllow
fas well as Northern. Six houses to the iiiterett Jot hail schools and exigencies of the case. Indeed, under :Spencer, HenriettaToiKtnn ) Henry
new were puy a* if we but feeders to such a I line. The wlvall'tajf.'Jt 8. O. Thomas/ Mary K.: .
all the circumstances, !it i difficult to see
[begun in the little town of Orlando on Mon.a Colleges the fact I is, our public Bchools have a of such a route are plain to every one how tho board could have done otherwise to Wheeler. Frank William. Jost.

day ; and the sound of the hammer is constant i mere nominal existence and there U not a who I I.* acquainted with theo.iuitry through accomplish' the i>urpo..e in view, '(ho debt: WilIl411It., t:. YonWilliam

and also the demand fir labor, college in the State, nor even a high; school which It pause ainii: "i the fund already amounted l to some Na+i'u T. Ifwl'ru.. .'. n.Wanted. I.

What has given\ Orange county such advantage known creditably out of the county; which, J Not only I will such a rotd do the carrying *effect,: 10,000 bearing, and wu4 comjxaind constantly interest.Increasing Thw ex in* ,

if ? She!: hail, no railroad facilities. It it esbu.! j for a great !portion of Florida, b'it the country l'enltt'H of litigation added to the interest A Mt of-hook} to journalize and p j )stat

f 11not to the interest of any great corpurlion +- l>o you believe any j art uf the million j II through which it pa-we will be able t.) annually increased! the debt notwitlutandiji I lilght. test of Kefirvncv.Addnw .

1 to have these adjacent lands to transportation will be set apart to relieve or lo ay the M-hool | sustain it. The dircctm of the route will the large hales of land and the application *, J, C..tJll.uftll'.Vutl.tJ. \,'. tt.
of the proceed* to its payment. Thu -- ?
filled up. It was not by any favor fund It U ah..urd. I enable it i to outdo any (xftnpetlng line, and natural and inevitable' result would have to Tax-llti/fr tvf a A

1 of the land office, for except laying an expert If you turn to the ruse c,",-, or to tie un-I the cheapness of building a railroad| through; been the entire absorption' ot the land IH- I uni now ready to receive ux return ford

*3o to write a description! of the physical swer of the .ttlantielulttt %Vestlm11atumi I u level country commend thU lit the |pssi{' lunging to the fund in a few year; leaving 1 the lr&-'lIt'yeur. thank retuniSwt fMr.''

harartcri'ties of the county in 1871 to I pany to U. II. John+on, in chancery or the bl ? route of one of the Ut |,aying; rmuU. in nothing for internal improvement, I 1I1,11l..1, at my otlltv over (1. Mitrk'IUT /t'
lloidc all this the creditors, cognizant of I of Cvutre and rt'lu''l..rr''h. !
be included a general rvj">rt of till coun- answer of HOM J'. Yuleyou willdUml(?* 1 thin ('..if"l Ktutea\ The branch: already fmllttu. thcwt iVi. were prrpnrln: to apply to the 11'v If i,+ +r.Ea.ax _
tits she has riveivui n>. 'help neither ha it from initit! thought of dft tojrd ., hale the ciillrv' fund all inj j "lt"I t
;? your every I'alutka give: it uti't-*s 1.1 the f.. John c* urt* put lu lxtiix.,, March 1" 'I-


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., AUNT ftAXCV AND TlIK: AT IP TEST I IM1NT a person of high rank-at the time of her --I:, first of all visit! my: friends i nt ;Uuilth; : When-'I-sat'-next morning! ;In'; the -little; ; police -'I ted whlcl will rl'OOat once the only ohj '

]' ; death had a large sum, probably in banknotes \\ hen 1 returned to my bedroom I drew out cell, waiting to be taken before the magtitrates j jcd could be prompting to the com-
I In her possession.! Although a strict the miniature and gazed nt my mother's I confers! : that I felt some tcisglyings. mission of the graver ofFence, timid may induce -
'. search has been (instituted! no money has beautiful face. I saw now, for the first time )', however, I thought, a perfectly I helr in the truth of the suggestionthat
And this !is the New Testament been found." in those delicate featnresblue evesand fair,' innocent Surely would be able to I' 1 ugcllnl!along, that the injuriesof
Jej AWIIeii 111 'tis come In the sweet o' the year, At the time, the dark hints contained in clustering! hair, such a resemblance 1 : to Jacobs clear him>elf of the person of being con I' the 11'ccncII self-inflicted.1! the
,, the fields arc !shining' incloth-of-gold, the above, produced a deep and painful impression wife ns left mi doubt in my mind of {'( such crimes us aid high box "J.h (old man always (carried with
And the birds areinJ.lng so clear; on my mind, hut gradually it faded the truth of the old, man's story ns to their way'r'cln 1nulh'r him in court '
And over nml t i into the grand old text: from recollection ; yet, us I stood on the common i parentage. My sleep) was disturbed. At robbery.length the time nriivcd. for the hcnihu, Let the box be 1111d to the witness,"
1I j ej Re\cren and thoughtful men, deck of, the hOlllewarllh01l1111'c'I!! ami Visions i of Jacob Smithers, his wife and the of my case. The detec ti vc' who had arrested directed the judge.
;, Through many a summer and winter past, I each day brought me nearer to the shores of portrait passed indistinctly through mv me was and I looked around, the Ndw," said the witness!' placing! the cii!{
u; ; Have been peering with hook or pen : Kngland: ( the subject recurred to mo again mind: Once only did my dreams assume i 1\ little court I recognized! on the bench near before him, "" slight explanation is ncccs-
I tr and again. I would return to m y' native definite form, when the ghastly face of (ho the magistrate, the J gentleman who had beet nary, or my knowledge] may seem superna
t t Till- tlic'vc straightened the moods and ten. village, !see once, at 1 least, my mother's gravein old, man, IoIt1carcll"ith blood came close my fellow-passenger from Australia. As I tural. The facts arc these : Time out of
\ t, \'sont, I the quiet churchyard], and make such inquiries I to mine, and the white lips opened their caught his eve I smiled familiarly at bin mind I have met. tine Ilcl'enct during my
And dropped) each obsolete phrase., of the old inhabitants of place usual! mechanical! } way, and slowly and solemnl'.11tterel : \ was 'aillc,1 fish tug excursions in { old man
anti lItonishellllll
: r;. And !softened' the strong: nld-fa hionc< about the death of Mrs.: !' Smithers Jucoh's I the following word(fa : beyond alllolhkc to receive no friendly{ sign i ; was first-rate hand. nt tying n fly, and understood "
Y words ) disappearance as I wished:; My'( own hand .did this! deed, but men in return.lenurt After reading the charge, 1\111 I the Welsh streams better than anrone
To our daintier modern ways : Filled with thoughts like these, I mused will not believe it-they will fix my blood some the magistrate I I ever knew At the end of last season, '
I i Collated the ancient manuscript"! quietly, looking at the sun as it dipped its on you ns they have done my wife's on me prellinarprccel1illgt: : fur one thing allot: h'r, I owed him quite
.f Particle, verb and line, red orb below the watery horizon, when a The miniature Uownrel"! Do! you tle for a remand for further evidence I a fortune-over J3, I remember right. I
III And faithfully done their bestTo fellow-passenger, with ]his young wife leaning Hah Indigestion Why, the sun was in this L case?" had nothing II'! than a J1 note, nnd I
improve the hook divine. on his arm, accosted me already up. 1 would turn out have u { it well What do you think of doing when yon in the sea, cat good breakfast t, and> be ofT the man "There'OUI further r'p1'c, t that But after some hesitation he said he
I haven't a doubt that they meant arrive in the old country? After so long nn by the first train. All this I accomplishedfairly without doubt, \il1le evidence, !that hits: thought he could find the money. Movingthe
( But it is not clear to me to them absence you will find all much changed ; enough. I settled my accounts walked already hl',1 collected I think, be found things out of this box he removed, ns I
trouble it
That we needed the was things move with railway speed nowadays! down to the station and took a first-class more enough to warrant wi prisoner's do now, this old piece of newspaper which
On the other sldoof the sea. "Yes ; changed (,enough no doubt;" replied ticket to Uuilth. Two or three days passed being committed on the capital charge." lines! the bottom, and raised, the lid of this
I cannot help it, a thought that comes I. I, restraining: u sigh ; "and Ida not pleasantly enough.. We spent nearly nil our lie here to a piece of paper thuhe secret drawer with the blade of his knife.
You k/iow I am old and the plain ark-of mod mind admitting that this and oMicr" matters time nn the river; and although, my friend ] held in rderrl'c 111)1, and read out the names He then drew out a note and hurriedly re-
But it s'elmllikc touching heart i is make me less cheerful\ than I perhaps oughtto was a skilful angler, tumid threw a jlwl'lI, : of the witnesses! the nature of the cvi closed the box, but not before I had seen, to
r And the touch to my pain. be. I have no friends ; I shall possibly!'! yet, out of practice as I was, my knowledgeof deuce that each was prepared to g \'c. Tc my astonishment, a large package of banknotes
travel about !soon after arrival! the Welsh! streams enabled to kill tin deal of gold. Amid,'' continued
Tor ten past, and five times ten my me my dismay I found arrayed against me a and a good -
At the years hack of that my dear, If you visit! our )part of the country greater number of fish. But this\ did not number of persons w ho would swear to facts ( he, at length succeeding in lifting
; I've made and mended and toi h'ltlulll saved, Uuilth, in \ '!!y-snrdtime gent ictnan, "my breed any jealousy between ns : on the contrary which I cIII,1 not deny. the lid, here it all is, ns I suspected, nnd I
: With Bible very near wife and I will be )pleased to !sec yon if you in admiration of my skill, and partly The landlord of the tillage inn would state my HJ note No. 13,719, among the rest"
i Sometimes my it was only a verse!! at morn could endure fur u few days! the tedium of a also from want of company, lie u..k'IIIII(' to that I had been in the company of the sup- Astime ,witness lifted out n large !'Ut of
That lifted me from care, country house. join him In his trip to Norway. To this proposal murdered man, and that lie had o\er money' in paper timid coin, I small blue
Like the springing np wings of n !'wc<,t.voiccil: On time day after my arrival nt Abfryst I agreed very readily He had already: heard from his garden conversation! between packet tied carefully with a string fell to the
i, larkCI'nving with-which, I Idetcrutueltoumake'iiiyheadquartersI i I. taken his passage! by n IInil steamer! ns it was us in which the words "gohl and "money' ground.
the golden air walked over to my nalh.c"il. arranged that on the following]\ .day, when repeatedly occurred. stutiol master nAbcrystwith If that is a written 11oUu'll of the deceased '
I. ; lage, which was about nine miles distant. I lie started for the north shtnld return to would forward, 111 swear; it had better be laneled me," said,
And sometimes on Sunday afternoons was tired and melancholy ; I would l go info London, provide myself with the necessary that a first-class! passenger cOle w hOI he could I the judge, "possibly it may contain information -
.'. l 'Twas a chapter rich and; long! the little inn and call for n glass!'! of dder. It outfit, and take a passage in one of the identify as myself, had left his station for of some importance.
i ii .That came to my heart in its weary: hour had in former days been the center of gossip many steamboats which ply from the Uuilth on the morning of the day of the His lordship nnt'e the string, smoothed
i With the lift of n tiiumph song.. ; perhaps I might meet there some noquaintance Thames to the Ualtlc. Strange it may appear supposed crime. I had been with another put the ('rulpll'IIIl'f and read : ;
t I Ir I studied the precious words, my dear, of past' times.! The landlord replied I did not, up to this time, know\' my I man, who had unaccountably disappeared, "I, Jacob Smithers: do :say this ac to )he
When n child at my mother's knee, to my miestions that he was a newcomer friend's! 111111\('. However, he was: acquainted at nn out-of-the-wny \watering-place: (", and my own doing. There isn't no use il living
4And I tell you the Bible I've always had and t tnat ]he knew little or nothing with mine, and i if he had, already gone up finally I had been arrested in London will no longer. I have seen my old master's son, ,
I Is a good enough book for 11I('. about the place and the ,people.' :Sitting:; on the country when I arrived lettercontain- a large sum of money on me, the suplmscdproceeds the low settee beside, the l burwus an old man ing/ full directions would be awaiting me nt of the robbery, and with a miniature wife's death who she were, n11'thnt'I' i:
'l 111111Y be stubborn and out of date, way-worn and dusty and, apparently bent the jioffc rentnnte. The journey was :somewhat in my possession which it was well enough, It ain't tt'h. for I be very poor. f:
r liut my hair Is! white as snow, double with age and infirmity. He moved delayed some trucks which had got known the deceased} always: carried about but I leaves it 11 t(]him. I have suffered
I And I love the things I've learned to love uneasily on his !seat when t entered, and off time lino near Hereford, mind it was past with him. But my fries I, my companion sufficient all years, nn innocent man )
In the hr.autlflliiong ago.I while I talked.Kent tapping on the brick floor midnight) when 1 stepped on the platform for more than two months! on shipboard amid Heaven forgive me if this here last! nit fl
cannot be changing nt my time; nervously with IiU stick As I turned to the I'addington terminus. At the moment (could believe my senses when I heard him i is guilty. JACOB SmTIEH!" n
t 'Twould be losing a part of myself, leave, he hastily gathered/ up a large bundle I did so a man came forward I\IHllnl.l his declare with his own lips that he and his On this the jury, without, retiring found t
You may lay the New> Testament and a mahogany box, which were lying hand on my arm wife had seen me in Uuilth on the fatal unanimously a verdict of "Not guilty,,and
Away on the upper shelf. beside him" and followed me closely."I "You're wanted by: the police," said he, evening! !in question ? What had I to rebut the judge expressed his regret that even the .
think," said he in n voice f thoughtI sternly "Come, no gammon( ; be quiet," such evidence as this? What could the im- suspicion of such a hideous crime shouldhave d
1 cling to the one my good man read faintly remembered, "I can give you the continued he, tightening his!: hold ns f drew probable story avail that the deceased peddler rested for one moment on nn innocent 4
In our fireside prayers at night ; information you want, and more too-iniu-h back in indignant astonishment. "You're had been my father's :11encrnlll was gentleman, nnd congratulated me warmly
t. '1 ".' To the one my little children lisped more-but not here, with every gossiping apprehended on suspicion!' of highway robbery the Jacob Smithers of whom the police had on my escnpe. Shortly afterward, as maybe
i: j .'. Era they failed out of my sight. fool's eves upon arm Follow mites" and he and murder, and you have about your been in search for years? that I had met bin seen by referring nn account of the f
''\[. I shall gather my dear ones close again been el me up the narrow lane which had person a large "sum' in gold or notes, the proceeds once, nnd once only, by mere accident, after trial in the Times, "tho prisoner, without n !
f., Where the many mansions!' be, the short cut to the parsonage. : of the same." the lapse of years, when he had given me :stain upon his character, lef the court, nc-
And till then the Bible I've always had, On reaching the gate, which, about fifty "What?" cried I. "Are you dreaming? the miniature now produced-the portrait' compnnied: by his friends. 4
;': It n good enough (book for me.: yards from the village\ rel'ntool :across Are you mad? Why, I havejust come from of my own mother ? I anything in this world can compensatea
I ;( I the lane, the old man paused, slowly deposited Wales, and have not been in England a At last the day which I felt was to decidemy mal for a perilous adventure and a trial
(; *, TIW STA1X OF MUJWKll. his burden on the ground, and: resting week." fate arrived: As I was waiting in the nt the Old Balcit is surely the reaping
t I"I I his right hand on the topmost rail, straightened "That's right enough" replied the titan lobby of the court, in charge of the prison thereby of!\ch happiness as I now
>". It is now ten years or thereabouts since himself to his full height and looked] Wo know where you've been ; but take warl'I n young barrister profs'rt'.l me his enjoy. I often think of poor Jacob Smih-
I '. > the following extraordinary and very unpleasant me quietly in the face. my advice nod don't let out too much. Understand services, which I ac'ptl1 I had little hope ('r and, although the idea once
\ circumstances occurred to the writor. You know mQ?'' said he, in the old, passionless : that what'r'on say will be used!' that his exertions 01 use, but the that he had on his conscience the stain of
I ., I need not go further into my family voice "You know Jacob Sam ith- against! you on 'our trial if it comes to that. fervor and enthusiasm of manner impressed murder, or something akin to it, time and
a I :, history: than to state that was the only child ers ?" Hun him in," continued he to two constables me; and, moreover, there was sonic- quie reflection have much to remove
: of a clergyman of u remote parish in Wales. "Yes," answered I, recoiling from his ', who had already fastened handcuffs on thing in his! general look, and especially in impression. I am dlsposl',1othink t
., t : My mother had died when I was: an infant cold glance Yes, I remember you." my wrists anti who now forced me into n the expression of his eyes, which reminded that, having possibly 1 madl.s.,
11'I I Her maiden name: or her family connections! Like the rest of them 1" !said' he. ".\m I cab\., nnd took.their seats on either side. me indistinctly of some one I had formerly)' his mind may, nt his wife's death have f.
t ; I never know-perhaps never inquired about a snake that'CVl'rne shrinks from me?" The (cabman drove quickly, and we soon known. come seriously deranged, and led to fiction
That she had been a very (beautiful womanI Heaven foibfdthat; I should<<1 shrink from arrived at a police station. My case was called, and was time only grave easily reconcilable to guit A sordid avarice -
7 *f I discovered from a small\ miniature which my father's oldest and trustiest,..servant replied "Now," said the man who had first arrested one in the calendar. The court was crO\lell. had always : character, nnd
\ ** my father always kept in his writing desk, I, with an effort overcoming an unaccountable me, nnd who I afterward found was one and ns I entered there was a general stir and there ('L\ be but little doubt that the large
t ; :rod which I often !saw him gaze at'for hours repugnance, and laying my hand of tho most active of the metropolitan detective murmur of indignation among the spectators suns-over J 10 in notes-found in his peddler's
i together 'fhirpurtramtw: ctsoneuftime earlier upon his shoulder. "I started: only at tho force, "you know the charge ; but if Witness after witness for the prosecution box, l'xplain'c above, must-O
t works of Sir; Joshua Reynolds, executed ini' strangeness! and suddenness of our meeting you are so precious I ignorant of the nature wns ('al'I, nnd added each n link in part of it, at any been his i wife's
water colors and very highly finished. They after so many years." of the business, I'll just read you an extract the chain seemed to weigh le down savings, and have been taken from the house
s t premature death of my mother had, been a "Yes," returned the old man, "it has been from the Times newspaper. Listen : My( )youthful counsel, searching ns his cross- after her death.
f; crushing blow to my father, t\1l1lhall at one a long time-ten times: longer to me than to 'On tho afternoon of Monday last: n h horrible examination was, faioll. their testimony This, although legally no offence, may
stroke deprived him of a loving wife and u you, IIO"'t'v'r-t'n! times. Yes: ," continued outrage was perpetrated near the village in any 1atl'rillll ,, ". Once, indeed, also have been exaggerated by hisclisorelcred;
i considerable income, in which she had 11 life Ill, to himself, "past 80. and no signs of docay. of Uuilth, in Wales. The victim! is an ]he elicited important admissions: from my brain into something heinously criminal
.>. interest only. The marriage, as I gathered Heaven forgotten me! I will\ kill old peddler, who has for many years traveled old ship ',whosc wife had already and, together with the knowledge of the i
I -afterward, had been much opposed by her myself.! in that part of the country. The body given her evidence cruel suspicion which hung over him, have t'
relative, who thought the alliance of a lady 'I was so horrified at the. nature of his of the deceased! was found in a lonely spot :\y lord," said my" counsel! resignedly, driven him forth, a wanderer, with 1 self-
tit) young, accomplished! and wealthy with upoor speech that I was silent. not far from the town. It was at first supposed "there are no witnesses for the defence," inflicted punishment} each day adding to,
1 country curate was! worse than folly "What do you want to know?" said he that the injuries which caused death and ho at once sat down. the accumulation of his mental suffering,
Thus I grew up alone. With the exceptionof ; turning slowly toward 11I('. How your might have been self-inflicted ; but subsequent Then followed a painful and terrible si and at last culminating in suicide. I
the guidance of Jacob Smithers and his father died Died as he had) lived, without examination seems to leave little lence. A telegram was at this moment
I wife, the former of whom used todo the out n friend I Shall: I describe his deathbed doubt but that a barbarous murder has beencommitted. handed up to the judge. I
door 1 work and the latter to attend to the how she, iii)' wife died ?" i 1. "If this comes from the
domestic requirements of the little household : "No, no-not that !" I ex<'lainlC'd. (Let 'The report current in the neighborhood to do," said his lordship, lcaningpforward J. II. PRESCOTT. J
i I never remembered to have seen a us talk of plcasaiiter memories of times 'past that the old man had a<,accumulated carried and handing the paper to the barrister 'ou
human creature Inside of our doors. There -lett us recall then-collection! of earlier\ about with him a large !sum of money, may yet have a defence, and a strong one, !
vas an air of mystery about the couple happier days than those." probably instigated the l'rinll'lthough u too. At what time does the train from the j,
which repelled anti\ terrified('. "bring' back our recollections !1" said he, strict examination had been mado of his! north arrive?"
Jacob never went to the \public house, and abstractedly Riot them out, burn them, clothes, and also: of a bundle, and nn old- "At 1:30: p. in.. my lord."
hb wifo still wore the ownsand linen Inch you mean. Hut," continued he, eagerly a fashioned box carried by the deceased no "Vl'twel; then I should recommend Style, Fit,
had been given\ her from the wardrobe of her sudden light shining in his: gray eyes, "what money has been found. It is reported I that \ou go (station and await its arrival
j Into mistress. They were n saving )pair. I will you give me for a token, a remembrance a stranger respectably dressed, was IIl'en. on the meantime the {'out will adjourn = Comfort
;; heard whispered, moreover that Jacob's which will servo you better than the day preceding the supposed murder, in until 2:30.: ,
wife wo rich. Never mind where the money any words of mine? Ianm11uor-verylxior; company with the old man, and that nn The court rose, and my counsel wavinghis ANti
., came from-she was! rich ; she did not needto will you givo me money-:gold ?" :And he altercation took place between them, in hand hopefully to me, hurried away.
labor for her dally hl'\'all-not she Hut rubbed, his bony hands together as if clutchIng which reference was made to some miniature The next hour was passed by mo in extreme Durability.
.; the two woro close-very close-misers almost the expected treasure, and hendingdow and during which the words "gold" suspense ten times more distressing and
Ji ->so the village gossips said. These unfastened the leather strap that bound the and "money" were frequently repeated. A painful then all my suffering since my ar
I hints and insinuation!! 1 neither understoodnor wooilen case. There," cried he, p producing l person answering to the description this ret The contents were evidently i
cared about at the time; I avoided Jacob my mother's miniature, "I could give it into individual, but about who identity\ thereat of moment; but what they were I
It and his wife from sheer instinct, nail came no hands but yours It has (hem nin' only I seems to bo some doubt, is stated did not know. Who had sent it'? Was it
to love to be alone, rambling over time hills: companion during these long years; 'it has to have been in the town of Uuilth on the the stranger whose whereabouts we had so
,': or fishing for hours together in the little been with me nlwlI 'II. I havcsnt and lookedat day when the supposed murder must, havebeen anxiously endeavored, but in vain, to discover -
lake near the parsonage. My father, who it for hours and hours ; worshipped it, committed. ? Kveniftywcre he, would his evi
seldom left the house, was buried in his! prayed to it. I could not speak to n 1 living During the reading of the abode the detective deuceavail me now ? Thus the tardy moments
: hooks rusting in his little sphere) cramped soul about her but I could talk to this," from time to time looked up) and drag d along. The time for reopening !- -
: by poverty with no sympathy) for the great and he pressed the jwrtniit fervently to his watl'hCI mo narrowly. A cold sweat lyoke the approached.. The clock struck I
i world without, and not having! a single lips. out and stood in thick drops on my fore the half hour; hurried footstep( were heard I liming largely IIreu"et .,
cheer him his solitude. I shall indeed\ and have fainting to the in the corridor the door and I
". friend or relative to in prize treasure it, I It'ud. and 1 must fIHcl ; ojiened, mycounsel Htuck ('
I. When 1 was a little over exclaimed stretching E out my hand ; but," had 1 not the men on a either side sup upiwared, his face flushed undbl'ani. I 0 root-ncur. both linoand l
,L England: Australia, having bidden farewell -ami tho words 1 would! have uttl'rl't.lllit'tt IIrl'tlme. lug with confidence, leading by the arm my ..edhnl grade, I nmViiu*
T '-'" to my father, never to nee him again. on my tongue. Sow, said he, folding the newspaper long sought traveling companion, I II, II." bled
,, In tho course of ten years, during! which ".\h," remarked: he "I I said you might; carefully I and replacing it in his pocket .Jood Heaven !" said he, removing his to plate before my customer
time my adopted country hud been making hear more than you cured to know My w'hut have you about you? Two or three wig and wiping his forehead, "this is the I cry large assortment :
rapid strides\ towal'\ll'ro.writy.II..ame! the wife, the woman they say' wrongfully I murdered hundred (.omuls, I'll warrant, and I hope most extraordinary thing that hni ever hap- 01 .- .
owner of large tracts of .pasturage, when the !, was your mothers lIi:>ltcr-haf-!>oI"tl'r.", that little work of art, the likeness of the .HMieil. My good vagabond brother Harry Hoot and Shoes made by the i
: first discovery,gold gaveun extraordinary I think they call it. They had the S.UIIQ )young lady, Jut to clench tho business" 1 ias tnrl'tf up in the very nick of time The most competent and killed
impetus to my fortunes. Mv land lay In the father. He pau.sed.! "Hush," said he, looking sty this time I had recovered myself suftlciently l last time he was heard of he was shorting Fi
: fehLs[ I and down the ) to and I crocodiles! the Nile and here he is in the workmen. These floods
very center of tho goid- ; plains and suspiciously up lane ; to trust myself sj speak : up were .j ,
:.. hm- i.tcs. which had, afforded{ but scanty hush we are overheard Something! replied : lat act of a tragedy at the Old hiiley"It purchased for
'' sustenance to u few sheep, were transformed moved on the other bide of the hedge: !i" I know that I am in your power, and had become noised about that im]>or- C.\SJ alt areonly \
fi into (nay encampments. Villages and even "No," I returned. It I is but your fancy.WIiu : that npiH'unmces are fearfully against me; ant: evidence for the defence would bo produced cNchsutgedbr the setuneeouuuodity. L Lt"
1 towns sprung up as if by magic, and I found would take the trouble to watch our but \01 will allow (to make a protest, and that the wltnt was none other i j
"'. myself one of the wealthiest men in Australia movements or listen to our conversation! ?" and to swear to von that I am entirely innocent than the brother of the.oun barrister who This will be deem* j
Hut, if I had attained, riches, the charm Perhaps) :! not," said the man : but it i is, of this.horrible crime. If I have money, was defending the prisoner. The facts were, ed I lh'R"r after seeing, examining l- i'
of my simple rural life was gone, and I determiner better for me, perhaps for both of us. not to and of largo amount, about time I am willing indeed, sufficiently strange and romantic, !
) to revisit\ Kngland.: My father hade be seen in these 'parts. Hut the gold! (the to hand it over to the police authoritiesat but they were made a Imnllred.foh mor so and learning at what }
now been dead about eight years, and only gold !" continued\ he, reaching out his: hand once ; but 1 can fully explain how I became by; the exaggerated When I extremely low prices these f fi
once during that long }period: had I received and seizing! the sovereigns; I was nhoiit to 11| ;sM..jvseil of it. I have nothing more again took my seat in the dock, the.court was ; ;
toy communication Jrom home. t Shortly place[ in his palm "I must have'mv mon to say.. rowde-l with ('agl'rII'tator But timecrowd i Goods are o lie red. I

after his, death u local\ newspaper wassent tome ey. Ah, that's right. (;IOIIhWl'"hall "lUit the picture,the minltul of a lady- bore: a very different opec.. Many a symfcVhlzing ; .5Iy'to'k of CSKXTI.": I:\'S +
and my attention was arrested by a pen* never meet again." "where's that asked the detective eagerly l[ expression ... my car and )
mark at one side of the following paragraph; And, shouldering his bag and bundle, Jacob .Its nu use trying to come over us like that. many a kind glance was bent on me, till, FUUMSIIl.X GOODS is {worth -tlf' '-
Great excitement has been caused:!! in this Smithers abruptly turned his back onne nh'I'1, I say. the examination proceeded, and each the
neighborhood; by the sudden and very suspicious and walked away. Once r called: after Wih I sickening sensation I drew the went to prove my innocence ). attention of those desiring;
death of tho wife of Jacob Smithent, dm, but ho took 1\0'heed, and, placing my p"rtral ."f my mother from my breast, doubt the eciement grew so intense that line Ciood*.
who till lately has lived with herhubu\llIn moth'r'ji |>ortniit In my bosom-with m,' i f..I'f I t).. and handed it to the open approval and delightould
It the service of the lute vicar of this parish:!! nmindnroredisturbetlthan 1 had\ ever known man."That's. ( with difficulty h f'tr.lne. 'hf ,
? \nt.r i three adj'Mirned! t meetings the coroner's It t, I retraced my etcptt( t Al I'rntwithf.! ul'llt.." i>aid bo, with a satisfied evidence conclusively I alibi n' ;Or..r' I.r to my selection
*':.: 'jury lita fuuudun OIH-U verdict. The busyti ter dinner that evening I felt rollers andiiicasy. II"r)' 11\1)". Now, came to an end. There was a pause-a dead will r.h"e careful and prompt i iaUtuUoo.
\j'i is missing, and it .N reported that he Although 1 had I boon but little ,-Ut what yon have to ay till you go silence. At length there was a wlmisperelcunuuunion
t s h ..* }left the country ; at all event every ef, uoru than tvM'i.ty-fiiur hours in the hotel ..I"tur the ma.istrute. tomorl'lrnlng. hl'hvt'1 the two brothers ;
ftrl on the part of the {iiollce to lnstoerhimn amt told the ltiidl..rl l in roiniit:; I shouldrobably ( ... iiisl.t. "My lord, said my counsel, tht' witness ;
!ia: entirely &tailed I It U well known that rvnt tit u tuvL "r ten ttsv.. I g-ive I h: .HHi-lirr moment I was thrust into a think hut he may be able to throw even J H. PRESCOTT
? the unfortunate womvi-who, it I is stated no'ieeIsmttt I vt'ultleave! tittime.f..tlnwhcA I 1"l''I, and the tumor' was locked' and U l..h on mysterious affair, and t .
4.4 'on 1;-", autb.)Hiy. was the natural ihild of Tiling. I should trawl through: WaK+, j l UJMIII me. prove thlt | oM.ibly nu rubbery was ("I\lit. 41\ Fernaudliitt. .'1..


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Professional and ISnstne Card* ItailroadN.rniMK FLORIDA t \ : : U.hll'Ola. Fla., and ;Jl 'IJ U.t x 1.1 YE': 5:::i:
--.--_._.- ._-!--.------ ---.- ------ .. -- .. ._ --.-.---. SA\'AXX.\H.RAILWAY.On ; \ *, (.it., and l Ku

WJI. 15. C. UUYiH, : CARD .....-..
and after Sunday May :22, !I (J. lunby Jordan ..--
'1 ENERAL COMMISSION:: MERCHANT: -*- OF Tin: enger Trains will run\daily OUT Fla., and c. \
f( cross Short Line as:' follows : \ !', anti\ Kufanla a.U

CI. THE ST., xr\n R. R. DEPOT, ATLANTIC, (GULF A WEST: INDIA TRANSIT fast \Inil: : with trains on the .

FERNANDINA, FLA. RAILROAD Leave Jacksonville.... i.3.III.. for Jacksonville' :

PENINSULAR: RAILROAD: 1 Arrive Jacksonville... .-IOl.p ht. and Cedar N. MA1i.-1lTE.t1111lI11'S!
Ila.v, Corn, (hits.JAMES heave (Callahan......,.. 3,12 a. m. ( h O.I AMES, ._ ,
---- ---------. .. -- ( ili(1do Bronchi,) Arrive 11'aycross.11.07) a. In. Passenger. Agent.

: McGIIFIN ANn: Arrive Joup..............12.83 noon. RAll.ROAD. -- Will leave (Cedar Key
Arrive Brunswick: ....,: 0.00 P. in. : : .

Lel'clllIIllh ; $'. l I .
RAILROAD.In : : daily
Alachua Street, between Second and Third, for Florida............. 1.20: I'. m. \ .............. 8:15: A. M.
" Arrive 7JW p. in. ........ ...... 8:53: ; A. M.
FERNANDIXA) FLA. Arrive ('lmarlrs'ndnily' ll.tll'": in. .............. t I/>::30\ .\. M.
Orders and estimates: from&Lf adi i tunce 25-tf:carefully J'Pi'cl Jliy 6111, 1881. Leave Charlcst'n daily ............... 0:55/: A. tt, FOR KKY: WKST.:: AND HAVANAKVKRY [

attended.. to. for Florida............ 7.40 a. m. : : : .............10:10: A. M. : : OTII lIt SATURDAY.:!
---- -- .lrrive.ltiantadaih'... :3.50 a. in. .......,.....11:21: A. )I. .

o. s. OAKIS, Gotxu s'orrn. Arrive Augusta daily..10.00( p. m. | | ...............11:45: .; A. M.

.\ ( ..............12:15 r. M.
C/ONTKACTOll AND BUILDKR, Leave Fernandina........................ !S'.OO)lu..111.l.l'I'C \hlatoraerydaily) :
Ar. Washington:' daily !0.30 a, in. ..... ......... 2:30:: 1'. M.
Hart's: Road..... ................. !n."; a.m. PARSONS: .t HALE, Agents
,..............4:45. t.. M. '
Callahan.................. ........10.52 Washington daily : : Cedar
I.\S n"\Tnn: Leave a.m. 11. JC 1'\ R..............10.00 p. in. ; I) ...............((1..01'. M. J-13t Key, Fla.
Leave Dutton............ ......... .........11.22a.m. -- .
SAWKD AND I .............. 8:50 .
BRACKETS Washington daily : I' M.
( : :
Branch ................11.38: .
Leave n.nn.Leave
TURNKI BALUSTKRS, NKWKLS. Brandy (limited 1 express' )"'". ;: .............10:28: p. M. SLIMMER M IUI: > IIM!:
Baldwin: ......... .................12.03: p.m.
KAVKS-: Ar.ev York ........ 11:50 .
WOOD I' )r.
STAIR RAILS I Leave Maxville...... ....................12.33: daily, \'l'r. : --
Tn01WIIIiJlE.TIII W( 1'. 11. H......... ......... U5; a. m. : )
Leave Lawtev ......... ...... .............. 1.13: p.m. \ T.
WKATHKRBOAUD- Leave '1'ennpfe's..I:, .................. 1.21): !) p.m. .\1'iC'w York daily, ..1:30.M.: .' ---a ..4'I ,.
limited ..... :\ )
lXU Asn FLoon. Lt.'lIvtarkc .............................. 1.:11'11'.111.: ( express' : ) ........ ...... 5:52: : A. M. I JOHNS''
Jxn. lave'1'hurstun ...... .................... 1.511'.111. TIME.To t I:. ........ 7:30:: A. M. {INT. : 7. { (:I'I'\: 1'oiNTiiIhL4}

Stair and Chnrcli WorK Leave Waldo......... ..................... 2.31:\ p.m. .............. !0:35:; A. M. ._
.................... (
Savannah... ... ..
Leave Gainesville: i ........................ :3.30: )I.tll. .............11.30 .t. M.
To New York ..................... ....... ,
A SPKCIALTY.: Leave Arredondo ...... ......... ......... :3.52\ p.m. I .............. 1:10: P. ht.\
.......... .............
To Macon ... ..... .
Leave Batton......... ......... ...... ...... 4.07. )1.111.) : .............. 4:00: p. M.
... .... ....................
To .. .
DOORS AND WINDOW FRAMKS:: Leave Archer............................. 4.2:! p.m. Augusta } ..... ......... 4:31: r. M.I
OF ALL SILTS: To '''u< .......................... :
: hillgtol1
Leave Bronson: ...... ...... ............... 5.011'.111. : .,... -1\11':: M.
.... ...............
To Atlanta. .. ..... ..
Post: Juice Box 174. Leave Otter Creek......... ......... ...... 5.40 )p.m. ...,...,,..... 5:10: I'. M.
i Fernandina Fla. 'To Charleston .................. ......... I -
fj jan Leave Rosewood 1...... ......... ........... <>.Ki p.m. ..... ......... ((5:20:: I'. M.
--- --- --- Arrive Cedar Key....................... (5.55( : p.m.OIN TlIUOtHllI : ': ; : \ ..,........... 11,151': M. '

K. n.\VIXHHI'r.. .Rt" Jacksonville to Savannah : .............. 7:25: I'. M. \'. TILIleaveFernandinafurJacksunvillcnod
; NOKTH. Palatka and intermediate landings
AGKXT; ( ( .....
;T"Jacksonville to Charlt'!< ... .... 8:00: p. M.
WHOLl-*: AI.E ANn RETAIL ... ......... .... on the St. John's River, and Savannah
Leave Cedar Key.... .. .. .3.3011.111. .i'"" Jacksonville' : to \ with A., (1. it
and Charleston folows
", AND STOCK DEALER ... .... ....... ... ns :
BUTCHKR lA-ave- Rosewood l..... .. (5.10 a.m. /("Jacksonville:, to \ ( : Key, lainesville
ANDDealer; Leave Otter Creek.............. ......... 7.00 a.m. points North and From FcrnandinuFOR ) >>

in Ice. Leave Bronson....... ......... ........... 7.12a.m. Passengers: taking the \' ; \IIIIII!< I'(', Albany,
TENNESSEE BEEP A SPECIALTY J.cavcrdlC.r............................... 8.1t( a.m. and arriving Savannah at 2.00 ) North and West ; JACKSONVILLE AND PALATKA,

BKOOM STREKT WHARF, Leave Batton........... ......... ......... 8.38 a.m. remain in the l'urlI1Ul the 1I Johns' River Steam ;:KVKRY: WKDNKHDAY.f": ) : ;

19-tf FERNANDINA, FLA. Leave Arredondo ........................ 8.58 a.m. rising in the morning, 7 a. III. : ;McKLROY,
--- -- .- ---_. ... -- ._.-- Leave Gainesville 1 ........................ !n..35:! a.m. Parlor Car on day train through ) Master 'frullsl"''". From FernandinaFOR
( .. I,'. A VERY, Leave Waldo .......................... ...10.\O'n.llI.:\ I
Leave 'I'h uJ''ton...... ...... ..............10.51' a.m. ton.Only one change of ears to \ ... . ... SAVANNAH AM> CIAttLI'STONt'r :: [
Leave Starke...............................11.11 a.m. Pasengersgoing to Ilml -- ; ] \' : FIJI PA Y.-G
Leave Temple's...... ....................10.20: a.m. Orleans take the evening train. ,'. I
Leave Law tl'y ............. ..............11.37: a.m. Passengers: from line of .. -- --.- Close: connection made with steamers for.Mellonville .

) BOARDING STABLES. Leave Maxville ...........................12.2:!!> p.m. take the evening train at ( : ; : i) It I: and Enterprise, aim.!) with steain-

L11'IRANI Leave Baldwin'.. .... ..., ................. 1.10 )).111. m. ers! for Oeklnwaha River; al.-o at Savannah
CARRIAdKS AND WAC.ONS Leave Brandy Branch................. 1.28: p.m. 1' Pa-scngers: from line of,J ud..!
To and from Steamers and Trains.CONTRACTS Leave Dutton ............................. 1.41" )p.m. al'oll'roLilc; Railroad either Boston and Hnlt illlon"lIIlIlut Charleston with

( FOR HAULINO Ktr. Leave Callahan,,..,......,....., ......... 2.22 )I.nl. at Live Oak leaving 2. 15; p." ut. I.ltY.: steamers:, for New York Philadelphia, Baltimore
Leave Hart's .:! Savannah: at 2.00 a. III., or and with Northeustern South Carlo-

}'ORU: : Arrive Fernandina ..................... 1.00 )p.m. sonville leaving at 7.35 II, ht. and And MUSIC Una Railroads: :, for routes! North. last: nnd

HORSKS:: J BUGGIES:!, HARNESS.CARTS : : Trains Savannah: at 'I p. in. West.FIRSTCLASS! .
daily except Sunday.
.d : : ,
AND WAGONS.iCrTERMS ; ) Connecting at Savannah with STIM.T; : ;:; PASSKNdKR; ; : ; : ACCOMMODATIONS. : '

". : CASII.-0.Z .. ..-. -- --,- Xew York, Philadelphia, ISost.in, .
T,rj-Oilice and Stable-First Street, near more. : FLORIDA.: 1
Broom Street Wharf. 40-tf PENINSULAR: : RAll.ROAD Through Tickets and Staterooms secured.
Connecting! at Charleston with :,
and all information furnished
---- --- ----- : at corner
]X'I'S obtained for new inventions ((11'11"1) Jr'IIIcll.) for New York Philadelphia: and (Centre! and Second ,street
1)\'I'I Trains on IIrlJn \\'il'k1":111 :
or for. iI I bruvehtents:' in oldOll' I.OIXU HOl'TH. 20-ly C. A. NOYKS.For .
leave Junction dally (except t "- ) SI.'lnlC1i . .
:! Caveats Infringements, -- -- -- -- -- -
and all patent business: promptly attended Leave "'ut.ll) Junction....... ......... 2.-1.11'.11I. Brunswick. at 4,4. ..0( )p.: tn. -- '- Tain pa andltcyrn.V.MI'A \Ycsl.
Through Tickets sold to all
to. INVENTIONS THAT HAVK[ : BEEN: Leave Santa Fe. 3.11'11'.111. : iitsox: 'IA
( Berths reserved l
Sleeping-Car !
Leave Hawthorne 1.05
t REJECTED may still, in most!" cages, )p.m.
ented by us.: )pusite the IT. hCllat- Leave Lochlnoa. 4.43. )p.m.' nah, Flul'itla'lostl'rll Railway' Steamship'' (:<>'S LIM',
t eat OHice and engage.i; \ in PATENT: BUSINESS Leave Orange Lake..................... ft. 10 ;p.m. 11 West Bay street ; also: at
Arrive () i.IH'p.llI.<> Maeon & Brunswick: Railroad, '
we can !secure patents

from in less time than those: who arc remote GOING NOIITII. and ida Central llogan; ..Depot Erects, Jacksonville.and: af'J'icket. )riuhum'n\ ...... ....... -..

Washington.: Leave Ocala. ....; n.m. JAtf.' 1.'T.\ : < -
When Inventors: send model or !sketch
Leave Lake icncra! I ;
Orange 7.20a.m. Passenger: 2 2C ,
we make !search in the Patent Ofll('(>. and
Leave Ixiclilonsa. 8.30: a.m. U.S.[ Ii.\l IN ES: General ) :: /
advNe as to its patentability ficcf charye. ... ...... _
Leave Hawthorne. !),15 --- ------ --- .
Correspondence: confidential ; fees reasonable a.m. """- ...... .. '. .
; and NO CHARGE UNLESS:: PATEXT Leave an tl1'e.. !1).t) 5 n.m.Arrite JACKSONVILLE: !' '::\ ;\

: IS: OBTAINED.ny : : 11'aldujunctlon... 10.15a.m. ;: .\ '.\ CARRYINfJ TUB IT. 8. MAlt ,
: I' I It
M..r"M I... ..... ,. .... .
,('a'-'r ny peruussunt to iiiu Ctty i iisimaster -- _... .. .- On and after Mondayhmy r 1 2!, 1 I
and to the Superintendent of the on this road will run daily fw ) / :\ ) FLA
l'u: ington. For special references, circular nd- ONK the above
I Line will
leave Cedar
Lake City..... ... 12.30: : p.m.
vice, terms:' etc, addressC.. A.!" SNOW & CO. Leave Wclborn........... 1.20p.m.: I : :,'.\ CASKS: every Monday at 4:00: p. in., for

LMf Opp.Patent Ofliee, Washington: ,,D.C. Effect;: May Gtti, 18S1.UOINU Leave Houston...........- 1.38 p.m } : AM.. CASK I'l'S.: Tampa, 1Guuutce.

_--_- Arrive Live(Oak..:...... 2.00 p:m.; : attended to

In Justice' Court. : SOUTH Leave Live Oak........... :!.:l0) p.m. _. _. _. And Ilraidciitown,

STATE OF FLORIDA, Leave Jo'crnandinn..ll.lO n.m.'J.3U:; p.m. Leave Cutter! ........ ..... ::,.II< p.m. NleaniboatN.. and every Monday and'!' Thursday at 400.

I f COUNTY OF NASSAU: Lave Hart's Road: .....11.43a.m.: .C:; i.OI )I.m, Leave Ellaville: ............ 3.30: p.m.;: -- ----- p, in, for

To George Whiting :-You are hereby notified Arrive Jncksonville..I.r/'I'.m./' it 7.051'.111. J.caveMudiwm............ .1:15p.m.-) '
: that a writ of attachment has been issued 1-......, IlaxMa", and Key lV kst., .
Leave ::: .... : : .
i against and attached to ireenville 5.45 p.m. : MM:
satisfy the you demand of ,property, B. Thompson surviving Leave; Jacksonville......8.20: a.n, & :3.10\ p.m. Leave .\ul' lla............. (1.10 p.m. -
Leave Hart's Road......!U.45a.ni. .t 4.15 -
1 partner of Dickinson & Co., amounting Arrive Fernundiiia,10.:5nunt4.50 )p.m. Leave Drifton)) ............. /l.4Tp.m.; ; Connections made at Cedar Key with the
to $:.JH.2>. Now, unless you shall appear p.m, Leave Monticello..,,,... .5.',0 )p.m. to New York. Florida Transit Railroad from and to all
)before J. A. Ellermann Justice of the Double Trains daily except Sunday.
a ;points North and West at Punta Rassa with
Peace in and for said County at his otlice at Leave Lloyd's) ....,.. .... 7.J5 p.nm-
Steamer for Fort Myers[ Fort and
Fernandina Fla. the iOth of Jxiivu Chaires'...... ..... 7.101'.111. Ogden,
on : day August, Pino level
.\. I). 18.S1 at 10 o'clock a. m., judgmentwill CONNECTIONS. Arrive Tallahassee: 8.25 p.m. Through Tickets arc on sale at Fernan-"

be rendered! against you. Leave Tallahasse:! ........ 8.50: p.m. ;; din,, Jacksonville, Juliu-svillc and (!cdlll

W. II. THOMPSON, -1 AT FEUXAMnXA: FLA., Leave Midway........... UIH! p.m.' l Key, at greatly reduced rates I. for all princi
:Surviving partner of Dickinson
Plaintiff Line( from New York on Tuesday at 0 J.cliveIt.: I'leusaun1..11.)1! ) )p.m.ChattH7uiver..ll.Srp 31.[ (IALPIIJN. flen'lAg't,
Fernandina, June 18. 1881. td ; ": : IIJi''i.: :
a. 11or IMO p. m., and for New York on Arrive ; ;.m"i01XC : Cedar Key, Flu.

Thursday after arrival of afternoon trains.! ._. -.-
In JiiMtlce'N, C'ourt. With Georgia and Florida Inland Steamboat <: \nT-IT.-- MVUKW- : : $ 'r-ST. MAUY'S:; u11, 'IR'MrS

STATE ()FLORIDA, Company from Savannah daily except N 1'" -;1,
COUNTY OF ..UP.; Monday ; Savannah dally except Sunday. (7'IIfItt/JIf, TIu/'IIf"J1f IIE'IuI / ) s TIIAM TACiCiT; /

#' To (J, ,1. WMiiiiMon aril 1I1fc-You are With Charleston Steamer from Savannahand IA-UVC Tallahassee. AM hereby notified that a writ of attachment Charleston on Wednesday and Sundays Leave ('hltttalil K.llt't..1
has been issued and for Savannah and Charleston and Arrive St. Murks..'.. : CAIT. RISK.
against you your property Tuesday :... :...:. _. . .
-- --
demand ---
] -
attached, to satisfy the of James Friday. ,
: ( will leave
E.: Meddaugh and 11'ifeumountuigto ;$35.88.!: i With Steamer Flora from St. Mary's River tJlXI ; Y.\"T. (

Now, unless you shall appear\ before J. A.Ellermann I Landings on Wednesday and Friday ; for Leave Chattu. River.... 1.30\ a.m. York every'l'hura. =: !'+
: a Justice! of the Peace in and for St. Mary's River Landings) on Sunday and Leave ('hattah.Nx hce... 4.311 u.m. trains from
said ('UUllt)', at his ofllce nt Fernandina, Fla., Wednesday Leave )It. Pleasant..... 5.15 u.m. ') THE MTKAMKK4ri.OKA
on the :27th day of _August 1831 at 10 o'clock AT CALLAHA.V. Leave Ql1il\(. ............... 5.52 a.m. to make. ".\ .- ..\,

a.m., judgment J, E.: MEDDAUGH will be rendered AND against WIFE.I'lalntift.you To and (rom Savannah at 10.43 a. min. and Leave ilHwuy.-........... (J.n a.m. Captain RICIMBI* :2.20: "
p. Arrive Tallahassee; .,..... 7.:JA' a.m. NEW: YORK, -

; Fernandina Fla.. June 25,1881. AT BALDWIN, FLA., Leave Tallahassee....... *.OO aru DAILY SERVICE.
To and ,
from Tallahassee
at 12.20 noon
': and 1.00p.m. Leave Chaires'::::...... 8.43 a.m. -

In JiiHtiee'N" Court. Leave Lloyd's............. 9.08 a.m. : TRANSPORTA
The Flora leaves Fernandina
STATE Leave Monticello......... DAN River'
t NASSAU COUNTY. With Steamer Aljifm for all mints and a.ln. SHIPPERS. landings every Monday, Wedncuday
Leave Drifton............. !>.45a.m. and
Friday! returning on Tuesday, Thurs-
: ; To C .\Villiamion\ and U'ifeYou arc landings on Orange Lake on arrival of Peninsular ,.. .
ilay ami Hnturtlu .
t hereby notified that a writ of attachment has Railroad Train. \ucilla..JO.1O a.m. receive lIiJrt'Jtll| )
f been issued against you. and your propertyattached Leave (1reenyille..lO.1.5a.m.; \ I The Martha leaves F'-rnandina for name
point and
AT OCALA. Tuewlay
every Thuixlay Katujr*
to satisfy the demand of Charles Leave Madison............11.40 .
With Sta Line aan.1.uIvO uay-returning Monday Wednemlay
f to and from every ,
; ,: e Drooksville : ).\ AUK
Angel amounting to $20. Now, unless you '
Ellaville:\ ......... 12-tt p.m... and Friday.
) t. shall appear before J. A. Ellermann a Justice daily except' !Sunday: H.
I of the Peace in and for said County at Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday;; from leave .:: 1.22p.m.: ;: .

I f Ida office at Fernandina, Fla., on the 27th Ocala and Tampa on )lullday.'t'tJn Iay Arrive Live Oak........ 1.111 p.m. olferctl the ad. Through Bill or Ldln&

J ". day August, A. D. 18al: at 10 o'clock a.m., and Friday. Leave Live Oak.............:!.IU 1.11I. / : ":, WITHOUT SfALLOHY'S
-- ---- by LINE of Stttunew
i ; judgment will be rendered against you.CHARLES AT CEDAR KEY, I LA':, Leave 1)\10.11........... 2.32: p.m. : : ',. made at j>olntn on the Ht. Mary'n. to all
; ANGEL: With Steamer M'dkr to and (rom Femmco- Jkuve.eIlKJrIl.._ 3.0U ji.m..Arrive ,,, for all
II 1. Plaintiff.] : la on Monday and Friday. /Ocklawuliu, ami
: {'IUH" C'oiineetloti
Fernandina City
Fla. June 1881,
25. With Steamers Cl'ndun and Morgan tot : tluTrunxit Itail- .
-- -
= ===-==:= == = : :
t.. (. New Orleans on Friday from New Orleanson railroad lation '
made with
:; Notice to City Ta.I'ssers. ; EAST-fT. MBKS I'IVIM< the New Yurk. ( iarl' ttou and
r ; Saturday ; from Havana and Key West Suvunnah! Steumerv
I AM now ready to receive the taxes on on Friday. ; for Key West and Havana on ( days, T/.ur"I"I.1111d] & )

real and |er4unal property| assessed fur :Saturday. I Leave. J St. Mark. ........ ..._. : .:. (a:1t: KATES; GOOD ACI-OMMODATJOKS' ) ,
the year liWO (.r the City of Fernandina. With Florida! it Havana Mail Steuniihip I lease Wakulht., : .:( LINES.

All property on which the taxes remain Company's Steamers for Key Wcftand Tampa ArrheTallahawu-e....... (or PoMK-ngrn. Eictiri iooi't ami 1ouri.b

unpaid; on June l.t, INI will be advertUed! <>it Monday and Thur>?lay. UilU of Lading will find this a very attractive. trip. an the
and sold Those who have ]iuid fur lrM) With Steamer Ktdrrirue, for points on the (.O SI'TIOS8.: ] scenery i* grand, and aJlf.'Uh'NU t>ihtr.gume .
I? willllca..e present their receipts. Su 4-annee. Hiyer on Thuixlay at (i a. m. Both Ka: ..t ami Wit U uud train* ( apply are ubumluit.JCtr '.
J W. 1"'. SCOTT, For information rvsjtfting "Jut'II. rates, Uve Oak and! connect with 24S. Either of the above Sicanieraman: hetliarunvlfurext'tirou

"t 2-4t Tax Collector Nassau County; rte, apply to vannah. Fl',ri
  • ; ; .\. O. MicDONKLL.: Savannah and Albany. Fcrnundinu. Fur further JiifommtU-n 1I"oJ'u
    ' JOB!' PRINTING: in; every style| and at Gen'l Tit kt and Pa**. Agent, Pa.-wt-11/rr* for ChattalK-wJiew: lUv A. H. NO\'! "'Aac-flt.

    ) the lowcet l rates, at the )luu (Ja office D K. M.%Xtt tLL.... Geu'l t.I,.. .21 coiu.tt with tt-unter 1t-IJt"l"ta J;,., ;. : York.JU; :!o'h' 12v3; Frrhjadina i FU



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    TJIK FLORIDA Miuuoii.; The amount of the accrued interest on ATTKMPTKD ASSASSIX.ITIOX OF It will bo seen, from the above extract, A JotrnX.\I, X'

    \. Ir. these bonds and the outstanding claims upon l'JU;SIlJ1:NT GA1t1'1GL1. that the }business of the office I is constant KM'T: BY .
    .. . ..
    -. -- '--'----'- the fund accrued and to accrue is estimated The startling\ intelligence of the shootingof and regular-increasing during the fall nnd does
    SATURDAY, JULY fl, 1881. at upwards of$000,000:; ( ( and it .Is !said President Garfield, on Saturday morning winter, not as large in the summer ; but

    ... .... . . .. .. The chumon \ the Baltimore is less in the Uotunist to Ills Majestyfor !
    may reach $1,100,000./ principal) nt t Potomac depot, in the though the correspondence t the Florida

    : < Tun FOUR MILLION SAL11. the fund is held by the representative, ornsslgnC'e city Washington! \; has created a profound' dull season, yet it is as wiI, (' prcal1. People ;

    The contract between the trustees!! of the of Mr. Vose, who held the hulk of sensation of horror throughout time civilized have: come, and every day: ore still coming, noNA

    CI"j Internal Improvement Fund and 1 ir. Hamilton I these coupons and who has reeehed\ payments world. "'e have hitherto in this country to settle or look for homes, and wb note in Journey from St. Augustine

    U ,' Disston) !! Is now before the public and from time to time out of the proceedsof boasted, ns n characteristic of our republican\ our State exchanges that there is activity, utile\ Hirer St. Johns.:'

    t ;:. its provisions!' fully known. Although Mr. sales of till lands. His original claim institutions!' that our rulers were guarded by }progress and solid work. The immigration

    t Disston is one of the Okecchoboo Drainage was for the accrued interest upon $HJiOOO,() of the loyal hearts of our citizens It I is a painful Is no longer confined to one !section but is With l'xpIUll1tor: Notes.

    i Company, there is I no Apparent connection bonds of the Florida Jail{ road, $..'H,I""' bonds shock to every reflecting mind that this spreading out on all sides!, and liberal exertions

    between this land purchase and that enter- of the Florida llailroad being in other immunity no longer prevails, and that the will be made to attract it. Other things! J,(n.;). ''M..

    f A prise. hands. Mr. Voc has received for himself life of the President of this Republic is at being equal, those lands offered at fair null --

    ft t Tho State, under] the nets( of Congress, has and attorney t the Burn of $.;(0,32.2.S: ; !) for allowances the mercy of the lowest! nnd meanest char. reasonable prices! will be in demand, nnd the ]" whit''ct out early, cool morning,

    . ,, receive! patents for ] t,4i2,4Gt acres of land.It and for coupon\ ", about $100,000.) aster which our land contains.Mr. : land which is held nt high and fancy fig with t, wind X. W. Saw many

    t has disposed of about J 1,78 1,000 leaving un As this claim was a lien upon all the lalllh Garficld !'
    tht disposed of 12G57,73. We had thus over of the Internal Fund' and the and settlers beyond sandy ; some have a cypress-swamp behind
    t igr Improvement to provoke animosity!' or to bo selected for country is: skipped over go
    : twelve millions of acres left. sales had hitherto proved insullicientto/ t discharge the nssnssln's" shot. He was everywhere regarded t, it takes a long time to recover.The them, others are level with the adjacent
    1 :
    r Under the )provisions of the internal improvement it, tho Trustees very properly decided ns!'! a kind genial large-hearted man, sale of four millions of acres of State pine-land, in which I is plenty of rank grass!'

    act the Slate was to guarantee to sell, if possible; enough land en Hoc to relieve i not less so regarded nt the South than at. the land to company who arc said to be large knee high ; on one or both sides of these

    I he payment ot the interest! iipop the bonds the fund.: The passage! of the IlOlIIe.'I'''I'' North, and we do not believe that there exists capitalists! and who have operated extensively binds frequently runs out a small spring :
    i\ which might he issued by the several roads stead law ,,'c called at the Store, (this was a fine warm
    : virtually giving away !' in the whole South a single: titan who, Western lands: settling large areas
    :availing themselves the provisiunsofthat lands of the United States to the first applicant does not deplore and from his inmost heart, by bringing over immigrants and settling/ day) above which, the land is still higher,

    I 3 act, and in accordance with its", provision! operated, to depress the value of State feel this terrible'blow to our country' and its them, i is attracting much attention. If and produces live-oak, red and purpleberried

    First mortgage bonds, to a considerable lands" and up to two years since thcdemand institutions' ns well as the most heartfelt they carry out the extensive' work which bay, alder, maple: } I chinquapins, elm,

    amount, were issued! by the Pensacola & was small. The revival of the lumber business sympathy for its victim The (mighty throbof they propose, and toward which it would linden, water-oak, myrtle, dogwood), vacci-

    ,. Georgia, the Atlantic .fe Gulf, Central, and must, however, have !shown! to the horror and indignation at this crime is seem they have already taken active steps, nium, palmetto, hr.mnmclis": and cedar;
    the Florida railroad I companies. In the sales watchful observer that the State Kinds would here the creek divider into two branch!
    : felt by our whole people as one people eve it will make the coming year a busy one,
    made by the Trustees! of the Internal Improvement certainly) be soon in demand for t1id rsupply rywhere. We }believe there is no Republicanat \ add largely to the population, and bring nearly equal ; we took the left hand one,

    ( Fund of those several rouds for of timber. The board, on the 29th! of December the North whom the South, would havePJ"'fl'r't'lllo into cultivation thousands of acres which which had generally high banks on each

    I t default of meeting their interest, etc., the 1H"8, ottered to sell one million acresto )Ir. Garlicld. but for this would have but slowly developed. side, raided by the Hoods 12 or more feet with ,

    amount of the sales: did not cover the amount the Midland Drainage Company' at forty The miserable!! criminal who has perpetrated Other large hind-owners arc also!! wide white sand ; in many places the level pinelands -

    :. of tho bonds i issued" with outstanding Interest cents per aero, to he selected in bodies of not this foul crime seems to he a worthless awake, and the railroad lands: arc being made come close to its banks ; in others

    r1) !' and hence tho Internal Improvementl"und less: than 10,000( ucres. vagabond, a disappointed ofllee-scekcr! prominent, principal' I offices being established( again, there is a )ponder cypress-swamp just

    was, by the terms of its guarantee, lia- In January, 1880, they offered to !ll'lto\ of the lowest type, a wretch of the meanest in the State and abroad and local offices near behind the bank, in which very large trees

    Mc for the (accrued interest upon the unpaid any ship canal: company who should commence and lowest of the class of adventurers t a the lands. Several counties arc moving zealously grow in the pine-lands ; there arc a numberof

    i bond. The Intercst.t claim Isgcnerally known and carry it on in good faith, three I poor spurious" imitation of regicides abroad. and will issue pamphlets and maps of shallow ponds: on the borders of which

    as the'o o claim, he having held the larger millions of acres at thirty cents per acre, in Yet such is the condition of affairs in this their sections. Wo hear of extensive sales there is much green grass all the winter :

    portion of the unpaid interest coupons of bodies of not less! than 10,000 acres:' In the country that the lives of its most eminent at the extreme west, the Gulf counties and We rowed up this branch, until the great

    the Florida Railroad. This: claim hag been meantime it is understood( that special citizens!'! are, at any moment, in the power of the eastern portion of the State. Middle trees, that had fallen across the creek, stoppedour

    tho' subject of litigation for many years: in agent had been appointed to negotiate a sale the veriest fool, madman or murderer who Florida has taken the field and will soon be passage, and there the creeks were 4 or

    (he United States courts, nnd the claim has of surtlcient land to relieve the fund of the choses to secrete a revolver his pocket and to the front in active work, to make itself [5 foot deep and 10 yards broad, on a sandy

    been l sustained! by the courts. There are also claims \ipon it. If we nre rightly informed chose an opportune moment to make use of known nnd attract the swelling tide of im bottom ; we returned to the Store,'where we

    unpaid coupons\ on the bonds of the I'en-! this agent had succeeded arranging negotiations it. All arc at the mercy of the pocket-pis migrants. The railroads already completed, lodged, and before day it began to rain.
    cola & Georgia Railroad which have been declared
    for the sale of one million of acres tot.Vc hope this startling tragedy will the roads now building, and others to be 4th. Warm rainy morning ; it cltarcd up
    lien tho road
    n upon at forty cents, and three million; acres nt :'JO; cause legislatures to enact such laws as to built soon; are, day by day, opening\ up and and we set out up the noith-branch, the

    t The ('Commissioner! Lands l and Immigration cents, about the time the negotiation was the selling and currying of arms! ns will, to extending new and old sections of the State. banks of which were 12 or 13 foot high most

    \ "' in states MB: tho claim of upon the I 1081 fund as follows made with Air. Disston and before it was some degree, protect society The future is assured for Florida. is becoming of the way, more or less, in many places

    f .: report January : concluded. We have no heart to dwell upon this matter known, and the occupation of its: traducers rocks under the surface, :3 or 4 foot, reaching
    The amount of debt for which: these lands
    We learn also that at the !same time UIIoO'cr in any other than its direct aspect s gone. below the surface of the water to an unknown .
    are pledged is the intercut upon the bonds Issued P
    was made through said, agent for fourHiilliousofacresat2dcents ; in the first stratais
    depth places
    ; ;
    by the railroad companies under the :: LATE DISTU21IIAXCK.
    ( per acre, with payment OUR MUNICIPAL 470VEUN'11fNT. sandy, then a gritty rock for n foot, then a
    internal To the Editor othellirror
    improvement net of 18[" As wellas :
    down of the whole !lUlU. which would We to the decision softish rock full of sen-shells of the cockle
    publish -day of the :Supreme ,
    be ascertained citizens of this have
    the The
    //.t. : can outstanding bondsof good community
    have given $10OOO more t than 11r. .))istun Court declaring the law unconstitutional and perriwinkle kind mixed close with broken
    k ,
    said companies are as follows : appealed to the law for redress of grievance, '
    gave l\Iullul\'l' Tl'Iil1'Cthe fund of the accruing under which the shells to solid' for
    present city govern. or ground : a mass two
    lions of l'clI ucJJa & Kail- and the appeal has been fruitless. It now

    I'I'I I road Company.........Georgia.....?...........:$!:{\S7,ion think interest tho for trustees six months.We in their meat has been established. The Supreme becomes us as men to adopt sonic method, foot, more or less, t then a deep mass! of soft
    Bonds of Tallahassee\ : I ah 1 road Co..... 52.000:! were right Court is tho authorized exponent' of the law, legal and sure, to sustain: our manhood], integrity in some' )places, hard rocks'e rowed up
    \ l lIi Honda: of Florida Railroad Co.......... 2:! ,OIO view of the necessity of selling a portion and we bow to decision. The groundsofthe and It is this branch until we were stopped by trees:

    i liohdsof Florida, Atlantic & Georgia of the land, but that they !should han decision may well be questioned, but it is safety. unquestionably a ns in the other, nnd hero the creek was 10
    ('ettralltilroalJo.1 ..... ............... 31 1)10, taken advantage of the rising value and reflection on our manhood that such disgraceful
    Ii IiII np- useless to do so, as the decision is final We should in streets yards broad and n fathom deep ; we walked
    -- scenes occur our
    Total, ........ ..........................'.....$l !r.tt!>,GUO 1 preciation of Jo'lul'\ch,1\luh\ and adhered suppose the effect is to place the municipal as those recently witnessed.) It behooves up it n. good way farther, but found little alteration
    .:The annually accruing Interest is about least to their price of thirty cents per acre, government I tii'tl; e haiuls{; of Ii body\ of men every man in our midst to put down except in its being fuller of old

    II W ,!OOO..; If the present railroad litigation which wo now know they could have ob whose election was not participated in gen promptly such uncalled-for nets, and to'' trees ; the traders say, it heads in u great

    j hall result in the of the bonds of tained.) In fact if the}' hail sold the one orally by our citizens, and who do not represent show the lawless; and ignorant that we arc lake [5 miles long and 3 broad ; there arc
    3 3I 3I 3ti payment
    million at forty cents they could then morereadily the ready, able and willing to protect our wives,
    3i tax-payers/ of tho city. some middling good
    the Pensacola & Perhaps cypress-swamps near
    i Georgia and Tallahassee: mothers, sisters and children. Such disorderly
    railroads (amounting to $IIOiOO; ) with the have obtained thirty cents for the they may disappoint; us by giving us a better scenes tend to all\ that is bad morally, its banks!!, the floods had been so high up

    \ ItCl'rlh'lll1t'ftot! from tho sales of the bonds, remainder. There seems, however, to have administration of affairs than we expect.Should and the evil result to our material prosperity this branch ns to flow over its banks, and
    1\ been II want of mutual understanding between do will is incalculable. There can be no excuse for the first of the
    I the outstanding bonds' for the payment Oft they so, we arc sure they receive rising: )pine-lands ; they had
    such riotous conduct.
    ;. he interest on which these lands are pledges] tho trustees nnd their agent; both credit for all their good acts.!: tho faco of the untruthful fIn teachings of not been quite so high in the other branch :

    t will amount to only $2olOQ!) ) with an nntiually parties carrying on negotiation without A municipal government has properly no political demagogues carpet-baggers and near the Store was n deep) gut with u middling -
    accruing Interest of $18,130. The knowledge, on the part of the agent, of Governor end in view but to benefit the community ; I scalawags, the result. of a :State administration stream of water which headed abouta ,
    llloxliam's: negotiation which is nota that is its of existence presided over by our own people, 111111ntlmilli"tel'e,1
    Whole amount of only cause its raison quarter of a mile up in the pillehmd.nllil
    e indebtedness (including for tho good of the people, ]has
    in business
    good plan matters. No
    \ one,
    tl'ftrc. Faithful and impartial administration i gushed out over the rocksbero it had
    I'cii "aco1a & Georgia: Tallahassee) which borne the same fruit in this commonwealth
    has already accrued against! tho Internal Improvement we presume, will question the good faith of of the laws! strict economy, and a full as it bus! ill all the other Southern states. worn deep narrow gully 8 or 10 foot (deep] )I,
    the board but we think they were too anxious Our credit has! been reestablished tho laws
    Fund for interest accounting for all receipts and expenditures the rocks reached to within 4( foot, more Olt'less
    as aforesaid close with first have been fairly and justly executed and
    to the l.nt'r.un.l thereby ,
    not less I than $iOO.Ouo.(; a watchful guardianship of the public no man's rights have been invaded. The of tho surface, and to an unknown
    It will bo borne in mind that the Internal opportunity of making a better disposition health, avoidance of debt, and payment of law-abiding, respectable nnd intelligent colored depth of all /ground broken sea-shells : in
    ( Improvement Fund not responsible for of the lands: both as to price and existing obligations, nre plain duties of municipal citizens: know this, for it is so }plain some places there a strata of tenacious clay,
    any terms of \payment. It is but proper to say that "ho who runs may reac)." These intelligent
    otlicers. hold otlicc not for cither above under
    of the of these bonds but They or without this: shelly
    principal onlyfor and good citizens should then exert
    that the : ,
    j trustees undoubtedly acted for
    their own benefit but for the public good strata.
    the uecruIlIh'rt't.. their influence over the ignorant and vicious,
    Tho deem of Judge;; lirudlcy in the case" of what they supposed be the best t interestsof and wo trust they .will so regard it. and it should be done at once. They should 5th. t Set out from the Store down the river,
    the State and of the and
    fund suppose tell the husbands: of tho boisterous and
    the mouth of which
    near are some good
    J. Fred Schuttc ft al. of 3bt cy
    : ; May, 1870! givesto that when they wero informed that a better A A'Bir PLAN orWo GO1'EBNUE1'T. thoughtless women who composed the bulk
    tho trustees of tho Internal press-swamps! and up it genl'rull'err large
    Improvement disposition could bo matte of the of tho recent mob "that t the husband is responsible
    lands: they publish: tho communication of our
    I'und a first lien on tile Jacksonville! Pensacolu for the acts of the wife" Point ones ; about 4( miles up there is a very extensive
    considered! \ themselves! committed to the New York correspondent, 1'" M. M.: as the .
    A Mobile !Itailroad and branches from out to them the danger to the lives and poisons one, reaching u mile and a half .
    Disston: purchaser, who, according to the view of an earnest man who, attributing the of their! childrenhen acting lawlessly.Tell north-eastward to called
    a place the 1)octor's '
    Lake to the
    City Chattahoocheo and Tallahassee
    1'hiladclphia Press, claims to have outgeneraled evils of our existing state of society to defects them that women and) children should
    : Itailroad for the sum of $1liIt\:17(: ; : the other who bo kept at homo, and that woman can com- lake, narrowing gradually to the mouth
    With interest from 1Iarl'h1: 1870, at rate of chase. parties wished to purLrycw in our form of government t. proposes to maud the respect duo her sex only by being of the creek and upwards, till a pine-bluff

    ", t3 I'H'mgr ''f'nt..... 'rhts .J.OI'rllA-'. tour ....I.I..",..".,1..1.. '. .f".....am ___ remedy them by a radical change of our quiet and peaceable.I interposes ; opposite to this is another extensive
    constitution upon the extremes national know: that it is unmanly to threaten,
    to the Supreme Court of the United States z.nr.We ; and my words are of caution and warning swamp, upwards of 1,000 acres ; pretty
    .i'J view, blotting out state governments and
    anti confirmed June, 1880. regret to have to chronicle another to the colored people. The writer has none near the mouth of the creek there are two
    There can IK no doubt but that the wile of unnecessaryresort tll lynch law III Hcrnando the n l'r'clrlrhts of states, doing! away but the kindest feelings for them-feelings small i islands ; a large point of land projects '-*
    with the present judicial system and substituting born with him and strengthened through
    I these roads will relieve the Internal Improvement count It N! true thc circumstances were out from the main on the \-nst-side of the
    and manhood.
    selected boyhood Iti influence
    a bench of twelve from the
    Fund of the larger lout of their calculated to arouse a feeling of vengeancein and: endeavors have ever been for their river opposite to the mouth of Doctor's lake,

    I liability on account of these bonds of the the most impassive:. inijid. The crime was people, as! jurors to decide all controversies, advancement and welfare and he woulddo which runs near south partly parallel with

    I'cnsacola & Gcorgip and Tallahassee railroads a horrible one, no less than the eold-blomled 1. While we do not nt all concur' in our correspondent's all in his power to avert harm from the river.'o arrived this evening at. Mr.Davis's. .
    plan of amending our government the humblest freed man on this island ;
    leaving only I the accrued interest deliberate murder of three innocent andhclplo .
    ; on such discussed but he is unwilling ns are all good citizens
    we are glad to see subjects
    the Florida and Central railroad bonds, tho I children undtr circumstances of to live in n community where a law. Ot h. Set out for the Pi,ctor's lake liieh is

    principal of which U stated by the Commissioner peculiar atrocity. Hut all the more should on something\ higher and better than loss mob can threaten and do acts of violence half a mile or more broad and (6 i or 7 long ;
    the ordinary plane of partisan lx litieS.'e frightening women and children.
    t of Lands In his! report before cited at the law have had its way, anti the criminal! 11n1)t lost faith in our constitution but There are many things worse than death : at the head of which I is a large creek about

    $:i9OW.! been punished:. under the form of law. There wo hoc great danger in the departure from one is, in my opinion living: in dread of 100 or more yards broad, and, 111"ar.A mile

    The joint committee! of tho legislature, appointed was nn reason to believe that the l"w''I.IIIM / danger to loved ones.1b should bo pre. and half long, heading in a rich swamp with
    its whkh has an increasing tendency
    to manhood.
    .to obtain information in regard to not or w )l\hlllIL be executed ; on the contrary our We needno 3 or 4 branches, which drain it : On the
    ) to make the will of the dominant assistance outside our own community.
    the indebtedness of the Internal Improvement it wan' certain it would Ju'. Tho miserable party the law of the land, and the 11O cs..iou There are plenty of men readyand willing west-side there is a hammock of oak, hiceo-

    1 Fund in their report to (the l'gl laturc.I'cLruary murderer, immature in yours, was tn protect the homes of their wives and cllil.In..n. ry, magnolia and hornbeam and a fine
    of oHU-e the thief aim of political thought.
    1Mb. 11\.j1. give the following doubtless unfit to live ; but the life of the ( and to show the vicious and unruly spring of clear water almost big, enough to
    that will have law and
    x .Uit.ment. ; : laud consists: in the law of the land: and IMMICiJUTIOX XOTKS.Wo I presume we that in obedience\ order to the among adverse us. turn a mill, boiling up from under the main

    (luOtnt. Interest. OOM/ .'(- Int. whenever a people allow -constituted get till following fl"l)1Ithl" agent of decision of the Supreme Court' a new set of body of the country rocks as all the great
    { V'Ia.It.R...$.1IM..lilri.OO $227,(',OI.77 $ :!$,:!iU.1 judges to take the law into their own hands the l.ureuu'ut Jacksonville : officials will assume the management of our fountains do ; the soil looks rich
    I*,4. UJ.C., .J5.0-JO.OO o.\,'::17.&" 1tI1.1 7.X.i and'mete out municipal Hairs1. I commend these linesto
    -,1''t0..130,7'13,50: -O 91.400..13I.m:? : summary l'UIII"hlll'lIt, theyik Letters! and calls at Jacksonville ofllce their careful consideration, and warn them 7th. Cloudy morning ; we crossed a branch

    ,t Tall ....., .rj.2ss.5f) 15,$ $.o.\ 35,140.53 > themselves and time institutions of the I.'rumll1b"u:, Arkansas? $ :3, Connecticut that the Hairs of this city must! be administered landed, and walked over n rich swamp 2 or

    -- country a great wrong. The i pa'i..llIlIIte't'll.. 4, }.Florida), Gt>oryia :22? Illinois 13, Indiana for the benefit of the citizens tax-pay 300 yards wide, then came to cuttlu ,
    Total ,..!|.r 40,2r: >2. >0 $13:1,407.14: ; $0J,719.14: geance of an excited crowd! takes from jux- 1 era and bondholders.4e want no more -grlk
    1 Iowa 7 KIiIlI IKt.'lItl'k 11 Maine: G then
    > close\ palmetto for 100 yank, then to a pine-
    corporations.'e wish to know and
    I'uyment llall1IC" lice its moral force and! the -
    tuatl. due. .1l't'rrlllg'II't'rof Maryland 3, Mas.: nchusetts. t,, Michigan 3, we demand it as a right-what becomes of savannah of a vast extent moist and producing

    Florida lairuatl75,813.59) ft52.40ti.18F public and! deserved punishment. Tho Minnesota 2, Mississippi. 7, Missouri ft, Nebraska the money. Weekly reports of a great burthen of pretty good grass

    A, & O. C..,. tiJ."(JAG 1:" ,RO.i.2 good example of the whitens of Madison 2, Sew Hampshire 2, New Jersey 1, expenditures| must l'e published. showing knee-Jeep; we returned and rowed down
    P. & G........ St.8SU.47! : 201245.47 county, who Hlller.t'r great provocation \'l'rC'lIt received and how expended.Honest .
    Now York 31, Ohio North Carolina 5 i, officials will give it cheerfully. We the lake and river about U miles to Davis a,
    Tallahassee; .. ? ,; 1.71I.i'H.S&: : & loll the ('(Venders to he law, has given universal !
    ; ; .
    1't' : Khmle Mand3Bouth Carolitia wish >cl. sidewalks
    there U due IVnnsyh.mia | our dtilllpron our t and against a strong, wind rain, anttliu'ntltr, all
    Of the foregoing: Jo butUfaction The people of Ih-rnaiivln S Tvimc.. l'..lt NdViseonsiil: streets kept in order We wisb a courteous and
    7. wet cold.
    the Mate of 1't*(' ..?..?........?..$481,077.fiyt'ata.tr
    ,'"I liamr........ .........?..... 11C0,317: 1 have .o>ll"l''urin the I least of lawlessness: 1:, Virginia :3. \\Vi "irluh 3. Vermont I, ant \'IiIlnt; sustain i'olice. the We wish the city government -
    and should not huye IIU iieodlessly natcheil I to sanitary board and "Hamamelis,
    OtU !**' ..ttvU't.S22.7! : U 4 "trit' lumbu\ (3 i Montana 1 u shrub with I leaves: like the
    T from |th" tidju-licutioii of the courts and the Tcxa "t t give ns health. "'t' don't want this little
    ;" '. coiiimuii hazel!, for the of
    : fit sake
    iMi'fwi/ I' ; propagated
    Of ff begin J i-oM pmiNiiueiit to be\ t.", .,r.h..1 I after\ a trial Canada 1. New it-mmuok 1. Ti-tal 32i front community nlIn the interest of politics. variety by the tIISIt
    3j.-ItI3.\1 pardem-w, ,a;
    H Iaoei'.1'Iu@'onr}\ + pmeuseacct:
    this wretchedThe l I" Wo want amid' we will have, and order.We .
    ? 3:1.IJ.h.: *. :2 ifinuirli, :2 foreign ; from north peace .
    > unwilling to live longer wehave -- -
    rutal .......... $'1i5Slts.Iii'' of the! I'-MUMO south 181 answered as
    ? ; i lt\ ; done, under fliv ..rWe are pleased to learn
    Npt York' l'f. f d ... neat' 0 i.aa I.u114.'ril'e a government *i distrraee to that the health of
    '\'it' eu.L6sf1 tNt .td title amounting; to .>vtr i I j:iH''U'I l*, tM\ ",'uk a I.. M!It.., II M Pamphlet* kilt by ina'.l t: tlelivemltrvuu the civilization" tliw nineteenth c-eiitur ex-Gtm-rnor Drew" has ninth improved; during

    ';1f 100"O A': i iP | GarilcM, i om.- a.- 1'craradinr J..ly 7th, 1v1' Or. histay h?rv.

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    ATTMU'TIM ASS.I SS'XLt. T1OX mentioned! his mime as (fJuiteau, and said time was a fanatic on temperance, and de- !tillltol'eflllnn 1 favorable. until\, no further bulletins will 'bo 'issued
    that he came from Chicago. When brought) livered a lecture at the First Met uoiist (Signed i ) J J\t.AISr. to-morrow morning.KXECVTIVB .
    Of the President of the Untied Slates.A to the jail to-day! he was! admitted by the officer church on that !'Uhjl, t. Failing to pay) thtTiibitne EXMTTIVK:: : M \XSION, WAfiiixuTox. July 0. I II : M,\xsiox! July 7,1 11'. mn.- Uur.hug
    who had previously' refused to admit [ for advertisement of the lecture, 8.:.">0 n. in.-Tho President has passed n most the past twenty-four hours thePrcsldent
    LUNATIC SHOOTS rnr-sniKXT: n.\ta'IEI.n is UN hi III. .\ mutual recognition took place, that paper wrote him up as a fraud, and was I comfortable night, and has remained I I has continued to improve slowly As'wns
    nr.roT OF TUB HU.TIMOUK! : .t l'oTml.\l' n\11.- (uiteau: saying! "You are the lIalwho sued hy him for libel, the suit never coining throughout as comfortable) as when the last I anticipated, a light rise of temperature and
    WHO OY HTt'UIV..\ -TIIK ('IUtl- would not let me go through the jail sometime to issue' He wrote a pamphlet: on the second bulletin was issued. false becoming less' I !' frequency of the pulse
    C'VI! CONDITION OK 1IIK.. : PRE+Ir1EJT n''o." The only other remark he made coming of Christ, which was )published: frequent ; now 08,0 respiration 2.'J.lWW : I occurred during the afternoon and evening
    HOPE' op HIS tnl'I\UY-IItJ.: )before being placed i"n jail was that (Jcneral by Janscn t McClure as a curiosity.: Ver.v : ) p. m.-Ollicial bullotin.: -Thc Prosi- .!i tOOt: respiration buts \ 101', temperature
    1.i rtxs OK THE ATTI,'W' Sherman would arrive at the jail soon Th'sollicer '! little' i definitely<< known of the man, amid; dent remains quite as comfortable as at time ), in accordance with
    INOWvsiiiwrox 'IIYI'I1 \S a, was in charge of the old city jail flt! that little 1 is unfa'vorable in every way date of the last bulletin. He takes his nourishment I this diurnal government, the pulse and
    the time of the assassination of PresidentLincoln. \\'.\"niNorox: July :.-The Secretary of f well. Pulse 100, temperature 90,7! temperature wore again diminished this.
    n. 0., July President" :State has icccivcd the following, telegram respiration! :215.Tlp !:J. I' morning, and showed some improvement
    (Sarfield was shot this 1I\0rll1'ng at the Haiti- The following; letter was taken! from tin.prisoner's from the (;Jovcrnor-ficneral I of Canada : \ following dispatch was sent by thesurgeons over yesterday at the fame hour. At 0 a.in. ,
    more & Potomac depot, while on his!' way to in charge to the two consultingsurgeons I I the pulse wns'J1, temperature99.1, respiration
    pocket, at police headquarters! ; AMIIFUST, :S., July :2.Tr ,
    New l Ho received ball ill the
    England one 1I'm1.iIltoll. this' evening: I 2tr: (' anticipate, of course, a similar
    2 18t t > the a e'eb'cltn' of Mate :
    IIrll111,1 between the anti the kid July :
    one hip I Pray warmest mpathy with EXKCITIVK: : MANSION, July, u. I, l movement for some days to come and
    Til the Wliiie llvtise express my
    neys.' Five physician are in attendance! : of the today find, at 1 m. the pulse 100 tornpoarturo '
    The President's Ilt'alh'a'll sad the (President:: mind his family'nt thedastardlj Since our telegram yesterday case )p. :, ) ,
    tragic '
    \ nocessity.
    and 1 have for the hall without ::
    probed success.
    has continued to favorably. Tho ) 100.8) respiration 23.: Last evening,
    the progress
    I shocked
    his life
    but, will attempt on am at
    it unite the )
    lie. is dangerously wounded, but mayrecover. tv and save the republic Republican Lite is a flimsy parr news! but trll"'t' t that the wounds are not ]President was quiet and I comfortable during' at 9:30:: ( a quarter of a grain of morphiasulphate
    dream when nI'S. immortal Shall he'I'n' glad of I'mthcr intelligence. the 11\\.111\11: needed no morphia until bedtime wasadministered hypodcrmically, and
    and it matters little
    The shooting was done by a slender man: : one that; His mind the President !slept' well during the
    to lJ lifll"(, : night : was perfectlyclears very
    .\ human life is of small value. )lItin Reply
    about fivc'fcet seven inches in height lie I broth
    In addition to the chicken
    but ho to to night and
    town LOKNK .lovcnior-t'dicral.; objected our Injunction
    (:Signed; ) : ,
    thousands of brave went
    war boys (
    refused: to give his name, but it is: mid by : refrain from conversation. albumen, ho lmdyesterday afternoon a small
    ; 'l'heurt'rnoIHll'x.1
    persons who profess" to know him that his without a tear. I presume the Presidentwas EXKVTIVK: : M .VNSIOX, ..JillI.The, : following neerbiition of heretofore observed quantity of scraped beef tenderloin which
    name is (Into, and that he i is an -consul to a Christian, and that he will he happierin bulletin is issued from the l Executive: : did not symptoms, the I however he did not relish much. This
    Marseilles. The man was arrested immediately Paradise, than here It will be no worse :Mansion this morning at (n! a. 111, : The slight daily diminution nl'Ctlrj in ; pulse on took contrary, n I tnoriitng ho is taking oatmeal very gruel and
    and 1 curried to police headquarters, andsubsequently ,I for Mrs. jarlicld, o deursoul to part with her President's rest: has' I hem refreshing during: place ; by
    milk intervals of hours with relish.Yollowishncssof
    8ao:; p. 'II, it was tOn, \ 100.\ !) respiration i at two ,
    husband) flu \\'athall by natural death. the and broken, at intervals f
    removed to jail Thesho'itinj : night only o afternoon
    ;; 21 J. During the be had I : tho skin, so common ofterWOlll18
    occurred 1 in the ladies': room of the depot, He i is !liable to go at any time any WII\', I about half an hour by occasional pains in several small solid natural evacuations from of tho liver, developed i to n slight
    lut.l10 ill toward the President his death tho feet,. and to take his nourishment of milk I
    immediately! after the 1 President: hall'lltl'rl'd., j ; i
    t tho bowels, the !ir>;t sinco the 1\l'(' tIl'nt' degree during J't'tcrl1wt.but. I is not more
    walking arm-in-arm with Secretaryiflaine was a political\ necessity.: 1 am a lawyer, ivtheologian and lime water, and, bits of cracked: ice to
    : Tlll'O'l'III'1'I.1 without pain' or discomfort I marked t this morning.t We do not attach agroat
    on their to the limited train : and a politician ; 011a :stalwait: t relieve the thirst t, which has been constant *
    way express : and contained, no t tl'uI'l'of blood. During deal of importance to this symptom,
    of the stalwarts I with (icneral (lmlltIIn.1 lie is hccrful and and has from
    which about n'ulto leave. : ; was hopeful ,
    was Secretary / early evening i from 7 to 10 p. m., he was I except so far as to confirm\ (tho opinion al-
    the rest of in New York during the l first manifested t the utost l remarkable
    : our men
    Maine 1 the shots two in t.
    on hearing pistol: ,
    troubled t I hy acrid evacuation t but on suspending 1- !'elulformel} of tho nature of the wound
    number, rushed in the direction from \\hich ; the canvass. I have some '.\ thepress courage) ami fortitude. PuNe: IKS, re-pira-
    Myron the administration of nourishment for 1\ Although we feel that tho patient has done
    which I shall leave with Andrews normal
    tion H
    they witty view of arresting the temperatuie
    came as hoso'ymptoinsdisappeared.( : : At 10'tO:: as well as: could reasonably have been expected
    sassin. lcfv! >re reaching the man he noticed and his co-journalists, nt 1107 Xcw ]':u'Cl'Tln: MVNSIOX I : Jul V I, 10 a. m.-The p. 11011(' quarter!. ..1'1\ grain ..morphine I up to the present (time, and our hopes!
    the President fall, and returned to him and York Avenue" where all the reporters can feeling of sins ,case: which) prevailed) last was administered\ hypodcrmically, I being the i I' for his ultimate recovery are strengthened I
    ) .... lifted him up. Both shots took 'effect. the see theta 1 111111 !going to the jail. night among those at the Executive Mansion only moiphino given sing our telegram to :, by the events of the last two days J
    ... first in the right) arm and the second jiM: ClIUil.KS ( Inn: H'. was relieved somewhat ,by the ollicial you estcrdav. Ho ll'pt'I'I' well duringthe :' .. I
    above the right bin and near the kidneys.! The papers referred, to have not yet }been {bulletin issued this morning) This was night and expressed himself' feeling -- --
    The physicians: : )probed\, fur the balls unsuccessfully. jin'lIl1l1t for publication.! Ityron Andrews" plainly observable III the more hopeful expression quite ('olllfoJ'tnhh', though weaker this morn I \\T 1:1iL1Ylv1:
    Two companies of regulars; were who i is a Washington: correspondent: ol' time : ; of their faces after leading the him i ing. At 8.30: this morning his pulse was f OS, I; >r 1 : INSTITUTE:,
    ordered from t the barracks, and have I been 1I1ft't'.OI'P'1It.Ipl, : that while \ : ;! of papers letins. Among' others present, when the temperature M.7: respiration! 23.: The[ ) tenderness I HTAt'XTO.V' \'11:<1 IXIA.
    postedarmnnlthellxeeutiyeMansion, : There is in the hands\.f the police" accompanied bulletin came: from the phpil'illU"1'Ne Sec : of time lower extremities, to the touch Opens! September 'Olh> 1881. One of theFIKST
    excitement and l the streets note addressed, to hillllllf1'( rl'tur'intl4llll, Postma.stor-ioncral James
    is great are by a I has considerably diminished Ho is: taking SCHOOLS+ von YOUMI LUUKS IN THKUXITKO
    thronged with anxious inquirer drews) he has no personal acquaintance! Attorney-Jionoral( :mate\'I'lIgh, (fcncral Swain
    : eager to with relish, every two hours, some chicken : STVTIJ s.<< :Surroundings:: bt'autlfu1.Climate ,
    learn the condition of the 'rl' ioll'lIt. The with tuiteau, and never heard of his 'xi..t-tcuce Marshal HI'IIr1111.1 (Colonel l Rockwell. l'o t1lI1'tl'I.nl'lIC'rril.Tllll'fI broth, made more nutritious by the additionof unsurpassed. Pupils fromjsoventoen ; -
    shooting occurred( the presence of fifty or until this morning. From what bo pnrth'lIlurh'celllt'd raw egg albumen. At 12:30: p. mum. tu-day, States.TERMS .
    sixty ladies. The President has been made: has gathered from the police, Andrews believes more hopeful, and (expressed himself much his )pulse was 100, temperature OH.7 respiration l ..UIO U THE JJES.T: IN THE
    as comfortable: as )possible, and all persons that DuiU'iiu's:I home, i is in Free-port more hopefully at a late (hour 23. UNION. ]Hoard Washing EnglishJCoursc. ,
    excluded from the grounds. The ]President, III. lost night 1.t'I'dan''iulll1ln says he hls111''cr 8.30.: Official llullotin.-The President's Latin, French, (cl'rllllln.lnstrnrnelltn'; Music
    is conscious, and docs not complain of preatsufl'ering. Piiti.\i'ni.i'itiJuly 2.-Mr[ !<. (iarlicld left lost hope\ but that his anxiety last condition continues as favorable as:1 nt Iho etc, I for Scholastic: Year from September to
    It is iatpnssihletusaynsyctwhat! :1 Long; Brunch at 12:10: on a special train on night) at midnight; was intense lie felt then last rcpoit. Ho has passed: a very comfortable I Juno, !$?23: $. For Catalogues write to
    the result will! be but the surgeons are of the Pennsylvania Iaill'otl.ihl': : will arriveat that the case was (!xtrt'mt'1I'I'ith'al., but he day taking more nourishment than yes: I RKV. WM. ,\. l 1IA11RIS:!, 1). 1).,
    the opinion that the wounds, are not necessarily Monmouth Junction\ lit 2 p. um., West has always believed that'tlte (President's terday. Pulse 101", tl'lIIl't'rntnrt'tun.n respiration President: ,
    fatal Mrs. Jariield: was telegraphedas Philadelphia at :3 1'. m., and l Washington courage, calmness: of mind and rllt'itali :23.:J Unless untilvurihlesyutplonms de I :33 Staunton, Virginia
    follows : about 7 p. m. ty would carry him through !safely. "If,"
    2:4. No ollicial bulletin has been lie; the! injuries arc to fatal!, it ---- -. --- -- ---..- ----
    .11rs. Garfield, JUbfrnnn/ J.'IIIRI'fI IIcl,, .1: ./. : : p. iii says prove --- -
    The ]President wishes me to to furnish! by Dr. Bliss! since 1 o'clock. The seems to mo that we should, havohad an increase _
    from him that he has been seriously any hurt-you condition of the President:: has: been growing of lime dangerous symptoms' of last i _i: IMPORTANT/ NOTICE T
    how seriously /he I'IUlllot'ct shy He is more unfavorable :since that ti 1I1l'. Internal I night, instead of t the slight improvement we
    himself, and! "hopes :you will come to him hemorrhage i is taking place and the gravest: find this morning."
    soon. lie sends love to I fears are felt as to the result. 11 )p. in.-To the 1''fllOIl\ behalf of the
    .' 1 you.A. F. ROCKWELL. G-l.: "> p. m.-Mrs Sarlield, has just arrived! President and ;Mrs larflcld, I desire to make
    She was at once conducted to her husband.EXKCUTIVK : public acknowledgment of tilt very numerous J. & T. KYDD
    11:30-TIt: President's! condition has improved of condolence ulllfllt1'c.'CtioU
    : Mvxstox, July 2-7MO: p. in.- messages!
    and! his which low
    pulse- was as as '
    which have been received since
    The J>re'ilh'nt'ill'OIHlition is not perccptiblychanged : :Saturday Are receiving Immense additions to their already stock, ofSRING
    5;$-has raised to His( every :
    either for better or'or:>lc.
    70 the will for the ball and
    physicians! probe ,
    Union. From tho South
    will then be able to tell the nature of the voice is strong, mind unimpaired, and he as beautifully fI'I
    wound The man who did the shooting is talks! freely with those around tin,. from the North mad from C'lIl1ltl'i) beyondthe AND SUMMER !GOODS
    have of anxious inquiry
    sea come
    Cha.s. (iiiitoau.attorncy-at-lavv, Chicago He 0.20: l p. n1-1'ho President! has rallied a ,
    and tl'Hlt'r''lIl'll of ill 1Il'h
    sympathy' '
    little within the of 1
    past three-quarters an
    is a foreigner by birth,, and has been a \"crYpCl'sish'nt
    numbers that it has been[ found
    impossible: MOIL'S
    I hour l\Iulhlll symptoms arc a little more and Youth's Clothing
    for consulate whichwas
    applicant a
    to answer thl'lIin detail ; I thcicforcask thnewspapers .< ,
    : favorable lie continues! brave and cheer
    refused by the President. He has haunted
    ful. About the time he began: to rally, ho : ) to express: for the President and FROM
    LOW-PRICED 1'0 ;
    the Executive: Mansion for two or three FINE: cOOJl ,
    ;Mrs.[ Carlicld
    said Dr. Bliss what the tliedeepgratifnih') which' they
    to : "Doctor are
    weeks, and his not getting what he wantedis I
    feel for the devotion of their fellow
    indications?" ]) Bliss\ replied "there Is a country
    erration: believed of to miJltl.Thl' have. resulted in tetupurarynh- chance of recovery.r." Well, then" repliedthe men ftH'l' friends abioad,in,l thN hour ol f ltiSS: S --A full and complete stock, consisting! IIf SUMMER; : SILKS,

    President cheerfully, we'll take that heavy aflliction. ALI'WOOL[ LACE I: IIUXTJXUH; LAWNS, LINEN: LAWNS, HAttfiOKM:: ; and OltKXA-: *

    following has been forwarded by cable chance." (Signed) JAVIM J Secretary(}, HI.MNK of State.: :, DINES: SWISSES; 'r.Hr.JoT.X'ICTOHL; \ IIIIIl'Jm.rA} ; LAWNS lit low prloow. t

    : WASIIIMJTOX! July 2, It p. m.-Tho following Ilur,;Bits In Numiiicr SllltN-from Fifty Cents: uiwards.[ : I
    official bulletin has just been issued! : EXKCITIMMNMOV: : : r gluts C(S. l II a. in.-The

    \\V.\siu.MSTii.\! IEi'\nrMixr, C.. July OF STATE'.tl. :18S1., }) The President is resting quietly, and! was! following: is the official bulletin just completed Gents' :Fine Furnishing Goods a Specialty. ]
    cheerful Pulse 121, temperaturercpir! -
    James Iltt.wlt lamer( Minltter, (etc, iMiulon ; 8:30:: ) a.m.-The President has passed a
    I The President of the United :States was ation 20.11 svmptoms\ arc favorable. ( Our linprovcil Dollar Shirt is tlu best, in
    \\', 1). Ituss." comfortable night) and his condition this unsurpassed: lit and quality.Illoiit'lKMl .
    shot Charles this iiiitcau.morning:The by an assassin named large- 1:15: 1\. m.-'flie, following bulletjn has just morning i is: decidedly, more favorable There and Ilrouu Cotton: at WllOlt'oIallll'rlt'I'! Fruit of'Ioom ut *

    sized revolver. The wcapIn11.1 President had a been issued : 11\. m.-The improvement in ha heen no vomiting ,since last: evening at IO ctMitH ; 101 Slit'OtliiKN, 25 (.......H. j
    just 8! o'clock, and he has "(l'lIl1hlo to retain theliquid
    r reached the Jialtimore & Potomac station, the President's condition, which began early nonrifhnicnt administered. There A case of splendid Standard I'h'tulst ut (I conts |ier ,'urel.Jj '

    at about twenty minutes past nine, intending to this in the hour evening JIN:,l has temperature!steadily, continued and respiration up less: tympanites, and no additional tenderness :*- Wo arc Agents: for IHIVM.V A CO., leading Clothiers Now York City. .
    with a portion of his cabinet to leave on
    the limited express fur New York. I rode are now nominal, and his pulse has fallen 114, temperature except in the 100.5 wounded, respiration: region 21. PuNo Spring Samples' now ready ; 1IOO "'lt'lI-.lxtr' of tlll'llJfrOIll, #15 to #:25. per Niilt. ", \
    in the carriage with him from the Executive: to 11t). The attending\ physicians: regardall Fit guaranteed.
    Mansion and Ills svmiitoms as favorable, and a more 10:10. : n. m.-.tTIIflldI.1: bulletin-Tho anticipations ,"
    was walking hv his, side when the .c: A xNit to our o.stablishincnt! will convince you that! while wo do not Boll
    he shot. The assassin hopeful feeling prevail ol "rrcMiliiith' alioiiiliiigphyslci.nis ,
    arrested was, and the President was was immediately conveyed to (Signed) I D. W. IU.M4. lust night) with toward, to tinproba Inferior Ooods, wo arc the Clioupcfet" Dry (oods HOIINO" from Elaine to "*

    a private room in the station building, and All the members of the cabinet will ic- ble transient I'1l11radl'I' of (tll"< unfavorable, Florida.
    surgicalaid: at once !summoned. Io has now main at the Executive: Mansion[ : throughout symptoms which then( manifested, have 3T. tire 1" K.YDD:
    at 20 minutes past 10, {been removed to the the night. been fully justified by the result. (Colonel ,
    Executive Jlaii..ion. The on consultation Ju132:4..' a. in.-The President has Rockwell, who spent a largo part of the Now York Olllce, | 17'tf 1 X.E.: ('or. Ccntro mill Third Sts., j
    regard! his wound surgeons as very I serious, been ;quietly 1 sleeping; much of the t since night in tile I'rl':>lilh'IIt'1I r..III. says that'the Sh:} Walker Street. J { Fornandina, Fla.
    though not necessarily fatal. His vigorous 9 p. m., awakening for a few momejits: every latter slept more quietly and tranquilly than
    health gives strong ) of his half hour He has not vomited I since 1 at; any lime since he way wounded\. lie tooknourishment
    He has not I lost consciousness mopes : fora recovery.moment. a. in., and is now taking some nourishment in tho shape of chicken broth, \IV. A. SA-lNHBOIilSr.
    Inform our ministers in Europe.JAMKS: for the first time since his injury. Pulse 121'; ; milk and lime water and )hoof tea repeated ..
    G. MLU>K. temperature nwrmal respiration' 18. I' ly, and retained it. His restlessness abated ; ---- .-- '-- '_'_ 'A .___._____ _._.. ____ ________
    Secretary of State. 3, it. ni.-Attending physicians:! fl'ctoiJ! the nervous contractions of his f lingersceased
    .' hopeful now that another bulletin will not and, he slept 1lieUf"r, as much asan
    be issued 1 till 5 a. in. hour and, n half at a tinio. The improvement
    The following otllcial bulletin, with regard IVASntNOTOJuly 2-10 p. m.-The Secretary shown bv'thisrnurniug'sulhlcialhull.
    to the condition of the. President, has of State has received (ruin Sir Edward: tin is! still maintained, and the physicians!
    just (been issued : Thornton British minister, the following regard the case with feelings of encourage .
    J<:XF.TTI\'E M.txsrox,12:33The: reaction telegram : ment. Tho hours from II to !ft 11. m. seem for '
    from the shock of the injury has been very LONDON, July 2-10:20 p. lit. the patient, to bo (Hie mo-t unfavorable part Z i WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED Z
    ;r lIlua1. He is suffering some pain, but it Sir t:ftlwtiril Thwntnn, 1'flthji/ Rmll1l1lllp. lIii'l"ltm nh- of the day, and it is |pOi:sile! that there may i

    ...... is thought 1 best not to disturb him before : be a reaction again to-night, as! there was: ,i
    "'f7' making the exploration for the ball until Thc'lnet'n desires that you will at once last. night ; !but if HO, it i is. believed that it i
    after consultation 3 1'. in. express the horror with which Shelia' learned will he transient since tho this r'
    (Signed) I). W. Buts, M. D. of the attempt upon| the J'r1>li.ll'l\t'jJ life, and) morning indicate u "1't'j.1 change for the
    The following! physicians are in consultation Her 3aje.thopes: for his fl'j'OrH'r bettor. I Hy Ball, Steamer, .u\l Sail,
    at the Executive: Mansion ; Prs. lllis, Majesty wishes for full and immediatf reMirts 12::i0)) p, m.--Oflicial ulh.tin-TIII' f.ivorahie o O
    Ford Huntingdon, Woodward, U. S. A., ] l as to his condition.Signed condition of the symptoms rqxirtrd) in '
    Townsend, Lincoln, Reyburji, Norris, Par- (:: ; ) ,1lInn OUVNVILI.K, the last bulletin continue There has been .
    via, Patterson, Surgeon-General Barney allll Ciiictuo. July :!.-Charles J, (niteau, who no recurrence of the vomiting. Poise|: 110, m no
    Surgeon-General Wales. Bulletins of the shot the President; this morning, has! been temperature 101, respiration 21. The Presi A LARGE -STOCK OF
    President's condition will be telegraphed known in Chicago for the just twelve jt-ars, dent lie! at present III H natural sleep. Xo
    every half hour. The district!: ; jail, a large amid for much of the time has been considered further bulletin will be issued till H:30:: I'. u,., Z
    brown stone structure, situated ut the cast as more than half insane He may unless! in case! of an unfavorable change I! Zi.

    ern extremities of the ,city was visited by have had French blood' in his veins, but BuTO p. m.-Official 1..lIet/II-Tllo/ condition
    Associated Press reporter. shortly after was, to all appearances( un American. He of the President continue as favorableas
    11 o'clock for the'purpose of obtaining an wore his hair brushed up it: front, giving 'bin at the [last bulletin pulse 100 tetjut| -ra-
    interview with Charles Ouitca'i the assassin face startling, lu.k'hen he tint arrived ture 100.0 respiration 21. No further bulletin i. '{ I I
    I of I'resideutItr1Idd. The officers refused in Chicago, he !began practicing law. He will be issued till to-morrow morning/ ] FVtNIT m J nEI:
    admittance to (the building, stating as a reason !, married a sister of George; S..ovtll. a well- unless in case of an unfavorable change.! en I

    that they were uctingunderinstruotions known lawyer here and lived about Union 11 J', ii..-Unofficial 1ulll.Hn.-Tlw ,
    Attorney-General McVeagh, which Place, but being of a shiftless character, he tion of the) I'residcnt throughout) tutu day i I
    were that no one be allowed to'Ii'O the .pris- became a nuisance, and was finally for has been such as to give great encourage I
    oner. Information had reached them that a bidden hU house by Sojvt-11. After liv ment to "his physicians. The nourishment i ---AND-
    movement to mob! the jail was contemplated lug in a prt-cariom fashion !here for sometime which) he has taken at intervals haft" been i ,
    and I a large guard of regular troops and he went to New York city only assimilated perfectly, and ban noticeably 'IncroHsed .
    Metropolitan ,j splice was momentarily ex- to return in 1a7a1. He then profmxetl his: strength.) He has slept frequentlyand )
    I locct41, to repel any attack which might be to have been converted and began lecturing with apparent refreshment and the decrease GENERAL AIEItCILtNIISE.t
    made. under, the auspice of the Young )(en'lf in temperature and pulse has relievedall .
    Charles Uuiteau I* about 30 years of age, (hrl.tianSS CUtUOII. He of
    was next known present apprehensions serious; inflammation
    and feiip|>oMl to lie of French descent, He in connection! with a scheme to buy out the The' traiisU-nt unfavorable reaction {, i ii I.
    i is about t five feet live 1 inches in heightaandy liUtr,lktnn and run it after the pattern of which (.ausul so much uneasiness last night i ...... ; t
    completion all,1| U slight, weighing; not mort' the New York llemll. A Jf Ouiteuu had no k-tween H snit y u'clu''k, and which it was -
    than lil I"Jun.t.,, Hi- wears a .taeheand capital and no backing his scheme col.lajised thought, might olsyirugain to-nhgbt, haslwl .
    light chin whUkcn, and has sunken (cheeks and 'he returned to his former practice thus fur taken )place The favorable .,\'IUJIoWill"
    and eyes far apart which give him unullen of dea(1-beUting. HU reputation 'has of the day have continued throughout
    or as an otli(-had describe it,a l 1110.1) uppe er. never been of the .best,t. and hi. name w* the hour of the tvei.inwhich. ) have hithtrto ,- 3: CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK I.'f$:
    ance. The ottictr in .quotion gave it a* Ids connected with )rrntl WJotduU until he Mflncd l the JiMt c'ri'bd.! anti .hi* fact :
    opinion( that Juit.-aii I U A Chicago Communist sank: wt low that no notic wu I b thought, |,y |.1't'! .uttum" .tinj t'hn.leians. to
    am.tate'l that he has noticed it to be taken ff, 'him iiidi} -..;.* .1JL. .
    whatever ,\'"* the |peculiarity of nearly all murderer) that month a;:n he diJoll'1ot.'ar",1 from hU, in. i the ,Pri>lrrit i i.. 'iiivl: mid'
    thfirye are let far apart JuiU-aii, he said, Usual haunts, and| ho not been ,omen in I pouftails., ari.l hi--tyiiiptom* Mrt u< fivornbl : ,
    ,; prove no exception to the rule. It U state(l Chicago fcinc1. Juitewu i U *.6<'ril..1 bv law I __ It" at I IhodjtHof tb'. last! W-M' h s'!t. .. .
    that two or three weeks ago (Jiiiteau went to yen here a* having IHII. whilst- "hat U TbeSi.Tvi ry (..fii.ttj I h i* jiut .t-nt the j .
    the jail for the purp. *< IIC visiting it, butw known a. thf "h.vi-tor. uhatfv'practkv lie 1 l,,wIng) tfI..*;rain in Minister Lowell, I/> rh"1 -' '
    a* refu f i| admittance' on the ground that had being in ,the lower criminal court*, lie TI4 Ii.iI... )U".oIu :

    it'a.> not I'TWtrr day lie at that time w. rrgitnUi* of weak mSu.l, and ;,t one Thv l'rw.ideni'tatiiJidoti. : 41 U I p. nt. i. A'sANBd'



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    .f. TilE 1H:1)EMVT1OS O ;TJtn 'JIV- -rive ;the- cO:1'I: :; ;; ll t better and ::I I I (;IMIC\I; : Diitrcioitv.United I I1VKF.U COUNTY. I Assessor of Tajccs-Thomas Ilarco, Cotton '

    satisfactory government can be obtained under Plant _
    lUlILIDCONSOLlIMTIOy'To County' Jndiic -M. 1) Davis, Sanderson.
    consolidation!! than under (the present State Officer Clerk-l' J. Pon 'Randerson. Collector of Jt''c/lIlr-lo'rellerlck N. Foy,
    the Editor of the Mirror : extravagant system of triple, unlimited gov LAND OFFICE, OUNE8VILLE.\ SheriffU. C. Hcrndon, Sanderson. Ocala ,

    The degeneracy of our nation I is ernment. The advantages of consolidationcan << Register-L. A. Ilarnes, Gainesville.Receiver !! Assewor: of Tiuccs-George 1'. Canova, San- Superintendent of Srl/f/ols-H. C. Martin,
    like this
    article ,
    TM only be hinted) in nn tlI'I'1'OTI.CIllertlr. Fort McCoy.
    -John F. Rollins.Gainesville.SurveyorGeneral
    so great that It behooves the people every.. think for themselves.! Let .
    TS I but let the people -Malachl :Martin: Tallahassee. of Jrl'rllllc-Hlchartl! Kennedy, MONROE COUNTY.
    I where to arise in their might and deviscand everyone! become a politician if necessary! ; Darbyville.Superintendent. County' Judge-Chas. S. Baron, Key West.

    adopt measures of reform, for it must have not In a party sense be out for the "consum! DISTRICT ('OI nT. of Schools-A. J. '\'. Cobb, Cll'I'k-I'cter'1'. Knight, Key West.

    !f become apparent to all honest, intelligent people!oration emigrate devoutly from to wished one state for.to another Where Judge-Thomas Settle, Jacksonville.Marshal Oliistee.\ :-hcriO'-GeorjC; A. Dcmcrritt, Key West
    u \DFORD rot'KTY. Assessor of Taxes-Waller C. Maloney[ Jr.,
    persons that the existing parties have been they do not know what laws they have to -J. ]1. Durkee, Jacksonville.
    t Clerk-Philip Waller Jacksonville.INTF.RNL County' Juiljc-J. H. Richard, Providence. Key West!
    but if
    under the system, n
    and encounter present
    and found
    t weighed wanting, arc totally prevailed throughout the Unionno Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of RCI'rllllc--'ultcr C. :Maloney: [ ,
    uniformity REVENUE.Collet
    incapable of forming or maintaining an his residence. Sheriff W. W. Tumblin. Starke. Jr., Key West.Superintendent! .
    i would) } hesitate to change
    ideal government. The corruptions of the one. Florida would bloom as the rose under tor-Dennis) : Eagan, Jacksonville. Assessor of Tares-N. Wainwright, Lake 018.:1ll1ul.-.1. V. Harris!!, Key I

    F. 1 f. M.JHSSTO'S f. COLMICTOIW: OF CUSTOMS.I lUitler.Collector. Vest!
    would consolidation.
    'dominant party in national politics "
    I 1 John '\'. Howell, Fernnndinu. of Ild'cmie llunbcrry i Hayncs, NASSAU COUNTY.
    : this have caused its disruption and extinction
    ere 11IO TRACT Edward: Hopkins) Jacksonville.John Santa Fe. Permianilium.
    but for the fact that the majority of F. House, St. Augustine.J. Suiirriittcintent of ,8d'l)01J. H, llbodcs,

    the peoplo do not desire to return to the K10IIT COUNTIES, EMBRACING: HOME OF THE I. M. Currie, Cedar<< Key. Starke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards, Fernandina. ,
    I MOST VALUABLE TIMBER LANDS: : IN IIRF.YARD: COUNTY. Sheriff Peter Cane Fornandina.Assessor .
    I't effete "state rights" ideas that prevailed before
    THE: STATE INCLUDED: IN Taxes Wm. H. Garland Fernandina.
    Judge James .\. of ,
    County McCrory City
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    t the war and are still preserved! by the TIIK Pl'J<<'IIMH SlufcKXKCUTIVE Oflh'crH. Point. .

    i old Bourbon leaders of the Democracy.Both The recent purchase of 4,000,0< acres of ; : DEPAUTMENT. (:'l'j'-\. A. :Stewart, Titusvlllc.Awitsor thllrdurl Revenue Warren F. Scott, Fer-

    : of the great political parties have ful land in Florida by Hamilton Uisstonof this OIJ/'rr/llll'-'III./ I D. Itloxham, Tallahasse.JticutenantGovcrnor of Tures-Wallace i K. Moses! Georgiauna. : I nundina.Siijierintendint.
    city, which is entirely separate from his )Everglade ; -Livingston W. )llcthel of Schools-"'. A. Mai J ion ey.Callahun. ,
    filled their usefulness while the Orrcn.backers" -
    f project, has' been much commentedon Key West.Si'crttary Collector of Jrl't'/tIIC-P.\1.:: Platt, Lake Jes- < .
    are too infinitesimal to create nil over the country: since the exclusive! ORVXl.El'OUNTY.County .
    nf State-John L. Crawford, Tal sup, Orange County.Knjicrinteiidnit .
    alarm. The people must utterly repudiate publication of the fact in The a'res. on Friday\ lahassee.Comptroller. of Hc1Wll-A. Grllll)". La Judge-R. L. Summcrlin, Orlando

    them, and go right to work themselves if last. It is thought by persons well informed -"'. D. Uarnos, Tallahassee.Treasurer Grange. ('Iri'-.J. 1'. Hugliey, Orlando.

    they would save the country from impending on the value of Southern:) real estate that lord Mr.Disston -Henry A. L'I' ngle] Tallahassee. (,'J.\Y COUNTY. Sheriff Thomas: W. :Shine 1 Fort Itch
    has made purchase, .Wllrllr..GclI.ml-eorge; ; 1'. Burley Talla .f.w' ..Q"rif Tiues-James: M.[ Owens, Fort
    County Jiidf/c-,1. T. Copeland, Orange
    ruin. Now, when there is no national the transaction is regarded as the most important hassee. Reid Fin.Collector.
    I election to engage the attention of the people that bus ever taken place in this Commissioner nf Lands-Hugh A. Corley. Clrrk-O. A. ]hll1t1in ton, Green Cove "J'Rcl'c/wr-Xat. Poyntz, Orlando.

    is a good time to think and devise methods country.land lies between Tallahassee.Superintendent. Springs. Superintendent of Schools-John T. llccks,

    of reform, "in order to form a more perfect of The latitude 2 purchased!) and) 2(5( and<< nearly every parallels acre ( of: 1'ublic Instruction:. K. ScrW'-Juml's! (/ W. DeWitt, Green Cove Fort Reid.!
    Foster, Tallahassee 1'CTS.'Il; T\ .
    Union establish justice insure domestic is below the frost line, the 28th degree of Springs.Assrswr.
    i latitude being considered the most northern _fdjl/ra/ lit.GCllcml-J.E. Yongo, Tallahassee of Tares-Win. Conway, Kingsley. Judge of J''ol/le-B, Harrfson, Pulatkn.

    i! r tranquility, provide for the common de limit of the frost. Most of the purchase! i is IIUREVC OK IMMinitVTION. Collector of Revenue"'m. S. Plummcr, ('/1'1'/-: W. F. Forward, Palatka

    I fence, promote the general welfare, and secure on and near the Gulf coast, taking in about (Commissioner. A. Robinson, Tallahas Maxville.[ Sheriff; Thomas Shally.Assessor .

    the blessings of liberty to ourselves and ICO miles north and south. The lands have see Superintendent of Scw/lls-1. F. Geiger, -S. K. Timmons. ;
    Floridianswho Clerk-11. C. Long, Tullalln.<;see. 1 I1't I t Ilcburb. Collector (/ieeemeuc-Joseph Price. '
    selected three
    our posterity," as enunciated in the preamble been by experienced Special' Agents-Samuel Fairbanks. AstorBl1ltlin
    Superintendent Public Schools J. W.Strickland. .
    have been well acquainted with them COLUMBIA COUNTY. !
    of the Federal Constitution. These Jacksonville ; D. S. Place, Waldo. .
    for thirty years. Tho country in which the CIIIlIIt..T"rlye-' Ives, Jr., Lake City.
    blessings! arc not secured or maintained under land lies'is the lower end of the counties of SUPREME: BURT Clerk-John Yinzunt, Jr., Lake City. \YI.HU COUNTY.CouiitifJudije .

    the present system, although it was the Levy, Hcrnando, Sumter, Orange, Hillsborougn ( Cli iff.Turtles.-K. )r. Randall, Jacksonville! Sheriff J. W. Perry, Lake City. / :-\\'. H. Parker, I'erry.

    intention of the founders of the republicthat Polk, Manatee and Monroe. In some .tsFocirmteJustice-J.1Vestcntt: jr. Tallahassee. _f.Q.c"sm'II T I' of these counties! Hillsborough and Her- Collector of Ta.res-.l. L. Parish, Lake City. Clerk:-John C. Calhoun Perry .
    they should be; but, on the contrary, nando for I instance, almost the whole area/ is Associate. .TII."ticc-t 11. Van Valkenburgh, Superintendent of Schools-Juliusl'otstlamcr i Superintendent of SellUol.T.. J. Franklin,

    are menaced in various ways through the taken up by Mr. Disslon.! This region is Jacksonville. Lake City Perry.

    I'f intricacy and infinity of Federal, state and known as time great yellow pine district of Clerk-0. II. Foster, Tallahassee.CIRCT1T )leVA I. ('OUSTY.CQlllty.TIIIIlc'i1iam County Treasurer. S. Sutton, I'erry.
    f the State, and it is said 1 that at 1 least 500,000 JUDGES.First County S"Tt't'Ior-H. N. Cox, I'erry.
    laws and the \ A. McLean Jack
    municipal "Interpretations"put ,
    acres of Mr. Disston's j lands!l are covered with Collector of Jlcvcnw
    thereon by the onc-man power of the this valuable timber. There is also on the (! lct/it-Augustus! K. Maxwell, Pen- sonville. Assessor/ of 1iIrt'RH.. Peacock, Perry.ST. .
    t sacola. Clerk-Thomas K. lluekman, Jacksonville.Sheriff .
    courts.: The great want of the nation is! a property immense quantitios: of red cedar Second Un'ul't-lJavitl; Walker, Tallahassee. !:! / Uriah Ilowden, Jacksonville.AFSrFsurf JOIIN'K ('OUNTY.CnndyJadye1I. .
    simple code of laws, uniform throughoutthe which is considered\ valuable, not only in Taxes A. J. Prevail Jackson 1
    this country but in Europe, where large : II.: Cooper, St. Augus-
    country, placed within reach of all, and quantities of it are used for various Third Circuit-K.: J. Vuim, Madison.! ville. line.

    no plain as to admit of no "interpretation," It has been estimated that the timber'purposes.alone: Fourth Circuit; -James! M. linker Jackson! Collector of Itcl'cIIIClose8:: J. Brown, .<'..'/(//'H.irtulo F. Oliveros, St.: Augustine.

    [, limited and well enforced. This can be accomplished on from large$14 to portion$20 of the standing purchase is While worth ville.Fifth Circuit-James II. awkinC, Gaines Jacksonville.Superintendent, 1 of Schools-Albert J. lltn-:! Assesior/.lu..D'-Halllon; of Taxes-Hernandox)David L., St.Dunham Augustine,. St.Augustine. .
    an acre
    best by consolidation. Millions ville. sell Jacksonville. .
    :Mr.: Disston's i ngent was selecting these lands(
    i upon millions of dollars of the people's ho located nn clght '-acre tract for a citizen Suth Circuit-H. L. Mitchell, Tampa.Seventh HAMILTON COUNTY. Collector of T:1./'t"IIIc-JO'l'l'h| F. Llambius, "

    fi I money have been spent in the erection of of 1'loril1twhich: has been sold for $:!.1 per Circuit, -"'. Archer Cocke, Sanford County /lIIlfc-Henrr J. Stewart, Jasper.Vlcrk' :St.: Augustine.Superintendent, '

    p pt public buildings in Washington, most of acre. After the lumber i is! cleared! olf the -J. Culdwell Jasper.! St. Augustine. if "-"ehuolF-C. 1l'erl'lll,

    lands! are valuable for the production of oranges Court Calendar.FIRST Sheriff=James M. Duncan, Jasper.Lsarssror ..
    which are worthy of a great nation like and other fruit, aim this is tho main of 1i.rJ. 11. Hunter, Ancriim. 1'I'ITEt i: COUNTY.County "

    X ,, ours: and the Federal<< Capitol i is! now easily business of the people now living in that TermSanta CIRCUIT.Fall Collector of Rt'I"'IlIICJI.. H. MeLeod, / .hoGe-I Henry :Cassidy: Leobtirg,

    *l'l'f accessible to all parts of the tIn 1011 by means: section of Florida. Rosa- 2d Monday in October. Columbia County.Superintendent Clerk:=Thomas. Ivey, Leesburg.
    The luxuriant growth of timber in this of Schools-Joshua ]I. 1 Roberts Slu riff=J. :S.: Dyches, Leesburg.
    of railroads Walton -Ith in October.
    telegraphs, etc. The custom i is Monday A I fllIIIII' (if Taxes-G. P. Wall Webster.
    region shown by the fact that the longestand :' Ancriim. ,
    f 'i j. and internal revenue receipts would probably strongest! ship spars are grown on it. in Holmes October.Washington,.Wednesday after 4th Monday IIHRNANDO COUNTY. Culll'ctllIIf Revenue-John "'. )))'dll'C,

    l be sutficicnt formic expenses of the national There I is heavy demand for Florida !spursin tth Lechburg.Superintendent.
    1 government under wise statesmanshipand Europe, mid the French government bus in October. :2d.? Mondayttcr. Monday County. .ludyc-1V. L. Frierson: Ilrooksville. \ of Schools/ -A. 0.! Clarke,

    1 a )proper system. Then why not trans- pailluR Mr. high as $:$$00 each for spars grown on Jackson, ;;tllltindayafter 4th Monday[ in Clerk-J. C. Law. P.rooksville.Sheriff Sumtcrville.)
    Disston's land. It is! estimated that
    October.Esoamhiu.! =.i. h. luckier Urooksville.Assritsorof SUWANF.E COUNTY.County .
    ,fer the ; ,
    lawmaking power to Washington, there are from, one to five standing on
    spurs 1st in December.This Judge-M. )f. Blackburn '
    Monday Talcs'-Frank K.Saxon:::; Brooks- Live
    and dispense! with the expensive! useless .very nero of ground. net amended section 2 of net of February ville. Oak.

    state governments and onerous: taxes? This The balance of Mr. ])is ton'i tract, 3r, ()M\- 10, 187V); 'J and. does not cluingQ the Collector of* R't'clIlIc-F., >f. Townsend, Clnk-Robert: A. Reid: Live Oak.

    can bo done very easily If tho people so resolve 000 culture acres of! was selected with a view rice to anal the :Spring Term. Ilrooksvillo.Superintendent<< \ /ieriT-John( R. Sessions Live Oak.
    sugarcane( juice indigo, Assessor '
    .t of Taxes If.
    TIIIItD CIRCUIT. Sel"Ills-H. Thrasher siow"ll
    of l' -
    : by amending the Federal COII tltll- early vegetables for the Northern market born.Collector. ,
    : Much of it I is Spring TinnTavlor Fort Dade.
    I lion hammock land on which live
    oak which is valuable 1st Tuesday after 1st :Monday: in 1I11.1 'IUOltOnm COUNTY. of Jl't'CItIlHoLert F. Allison,
    : very
    A national convention should bo called Live Oak.
    to shipbuilder. Red cedar i Is also\ plenty April. County' .Itdye-H. L. Crane, Tampa.
    composed of tho most intelligent of all classes all over this: portion of Florida. The}1 h immense Madison: 2d Monday[ in April. Clerk-Wm. C..Brown'fmunpa.! : Live Superintendent Oak. of Sr/'ools-J. O. C. Jones

    _ r. excluding the professional! politicians, coast-lino which. is! entirely coveredby Hamilton, 4th Monday in April.Suwlumee ., hl'riff-I I D. Isaac Craft, Tumpa.Assessor VOI.VSI .
    and that class! whose selfish interests arc Mr. Tisston's 1 : selection, will give him : 1st Monday after 4th Monday of Tares-S. E. Spnrkman, Tampa.
    possession! of the valuable fisheries' : on the ill April.Columbia' Collector of Rereune-1V. F. Buns, Tumpa.Sujierinttiident Judge-James. H. Chandler: Enter- t
    best promoted by a surfeit of law and litiga west coast of Florida. This industry i is a 3d Monday after 4th Monday of Schools-W',1'. HendersonTnmpn. prise.
    tion. The best features of tho old constitu- most }profitable one, as tint\ whole of Cuba I is in April. t Clerk:-John W. })ickln Enterprise

    tion should bo Incorporated into the new- supplied from this source, the waters about Lafayette, (ilh Tuesday 1It'tI'rtth Monday JF.FFER.sOV. Sheriff-iVr. A. Cone, Enterprise
    that island being impregnated with in April. Aiscssor of Taxes-John Anderson, Enterprise -
    such! as relate to tho ballot, freedom of which makes! the lisp! caught in them copper IIn.palataLI Fait TermTavlor Citiiutii. Judiff-J. II. Christie, Monticcllo.Sheriff -

    speech and of the press, the- right to bear <.'. ::\1 r. Disston's purchase is claimed 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday inOctober. -T, H. Simkins, Monticello. Collector of It'1'/lIll'-Jull11 B. Jordan) ])e-

    arms, etc.-and numerous similar! to the to bo nn important one from every point of Clerk-\\'. C. ISird, Monticello.Superintendent Land.

    following adopted and then submitted to view. It can be said on the best'lluthoritv Madison, :2d Monday in October. of Schools W. R. Taylor, Superintendent SdwlJlsCrIIIohnw,
    a Hamilton 4th in October. Monticello. Enterprise
    t that Jio was offered an advance of $2.r: 0oob,! Monday
    vote of the people : by New York parties, who have been negotiating Suwunneo, Monday:: after 1th Monday County' Treasurer-"'. )(. Girardcau, Mon WAKtLL.l'OI'STY.. .

    I The abolishment of all state governments!, with the Stale authorities: for two in October. tieelln.Collector. study Jlldle-" _\. Giles, Crnwfurllvill
    II r only retaining the mimes of the states for years for the purchase of these lands. :Mr.Disston : Columbia, :Monday:: after 4th Monday:: of Ilercuue-JoseplmPalterlfon- SIerW'-W 11. Wulker, Cmwf< I 1 Oitober. ticello.Assessor.
    got ahead of them by treating; with C/I'/'k-Xat. n. Walker, t'rawfortlville.
    1 1t geographical convenience ; all property the Stale authorities in a strictly business Lafayette,
    owned by the states to bo surrendered to way. He made an offer of cash the moment in October Crawfordville. "

    the Federal government, tho latter to assume he discovered what he wanted to buy nnd it FOURTH CIRCUIT. L\FAYETTK: COUNTY County' TreasurerW. W. Walker, Craw
    was accepted promptly. Spring Term Count it Judge"'. J. Dixon, New Troy. ford\'iJle. .
    the debts of the former and convert I, A. II. Linderman<< ,.who has a large( knowledge St. John's. :2d Tuesday in March.Clny Sheriff( Thomas J. Walker. New Troy.: Collector of I"t'c/tlle-- II. Walker, Craw

    them into United States bonds, or redeem I of Florida, has been appointed Land 4th Tuesday in :March.itrudford : Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.Assessor.

    them in currency at their market value ; the Commissioner und General European; Agent hot Tuesday in April. .Superintendent of.Schorr/s-JCRumsey, New of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds) Craw-

    President to be elected by direct vote of the by :Mr: Disston. He goes to Europe this laker, :2d? Tuesday In April. Troy.County. fonl ville.
    week to set on foot the l'olc>ization schemes Nassau, Tuesday: in :April. Treasurer-J. M. N. Peacock, New --
    people for a term of six or eight years, Ineligible described) in the 1'ressrecenliy-17iladelphia\ Duval, 1st Tuesday In flay Troy. ,FLORIDA

    for n second successive! term; Senators 1'reFS. Fall Term- (Collector of Revenue-Newton Sapp) New

    to bo elected by the people, or the Senate St. John's!:! 2d Tuesday! in September. Troy. JIHVULKY.
    The New Orleans Picayune: says : Clay, 4th Tuesday in September. Ataetsw of Taxes-.\. S. Ackley, New Troy. F
    a 8 C'Y
    abolished: ; the Cabinet to be elected by We have had frequent occasions lall'htn llradford M Tuesday in October. LEON: COUNTY. FROM FISH SCALE,

    the people ; Congressmen to bo elected for a notice the Increase in cotton factories: (in Ilakvr, Tuesday in October. Byrd SEA IIEAN
    Cured Judge W. C. Tallahaww. SEA
    Georgia South Carolina and North Nassau in October.Duval SHELL,
    Carolina. Tuesday
    term of four years, ineligible for a secontllIuccl'tllllvo : SltrriJoiocley:: Tallahassee.Clerk \ .
    t The agricultural bureau reports rapid In- hot Tuesday ju.Novembor.FIFTH PALM NUT, ALLIGATOR TEETH. .
    term ; the laws not to exceed fifty, -C. A. Bryan, 'l'ulluha:. ce.
    crease in the! upper' portions of these states!:!
    limited a ct'rtulnnumber of sections, the in production of cotton and grain, and attributes CIRCUIT. Tallahassee.TreasurerJ.Superintendent. of Schools-1 lenry N. Felkel, Also) FEATHER FANsV\Nn FEATHERFLOWERS.

    Utter also limited the municipal or city to the free use of fertilizerson Sj>rny TermSuutter *
    ; ORANGE
    lams :: 3d Monday in March.[ Demilly.. Tallahavee.Collector STICKS,
    governments not to be allowed toVnact more considered the ) which,, for Another many years and were )Marion 4th Monday) in :March.: of Rt'C'elllll' (;. Pearce, Tulla- SEA SHELLS ETC.
    than ten laws or ordinances, confined to )local put inmpor- Putnam, :Tuesday after 4th Monday in has.see.Aieur.
    tunt change is going on in these states' j par- For sale and made to order.
    March of Taxes-G. A. Croomo, 'f ltalaas-
    measures postmasters pollcc- the
    ; Piedmont lane
    Atlanta 4th after 4th Monday in see. \ T. "'. AXSLIY '
    Levy Tuesday
    I men ,to be elected by the people, the )latter Greensboro, N. C, :Steps: are :March.: IE'VY I'\I"NTY.bunly ., 10 Centre St., bet. Second and ,
    taken Third.
    the of
    to be responsible to the Federal encourage settling German, after 4th in
    governmentfor French and Swiss families. In February, Alachuu, 4th Monday Monday ( JuoigeV.. II. Scbri11'rBrunson, --------- -
    any outrages they ma'commit agalns"tthe March and April over 750 immigrants have March. Clerk::: i. >l. Harco, Uronson.! Stoics and Tinware.W. --- -----

    persons or liberties of.the people ; Congress found homes along the railroads controlled Fall Term- Sheriff J. Parker, Ilronson.Assessor .
    by the associated lines of Suuter,1st Monday in October. of Taxes-Louis Appeal!!, Uronson. .
    to elect foreign ministers, etc. ; all Virginia and (the Marion 3d I in October. 1 KTIIEETY,
    Carolinas (Piedmont Air lately added to this Monday Collector of Revenue-J. Ira lore, Cedar
    oftlcers impeachable by Congress for sufficient association.) Putnam. Tuesday in November. Key. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office, _

    cause; sheriffs to be elected in each Among the means employed, the following Levy, 4th Tuesday November Superintendent of Schools-J, B. Menden-

    1 1t county as Federal officers, and all United will show how the good work is being November.Alachua, 1st )Monday after 4th Tuesday In hall, Uronson.( ..rro

    accomplished might afford a suggestionto MADISON COUNTY.
    States marshals and internal revenue collectors tfKYKNTII CIRCUIT. ,
    k our bureau ; County Judge-R, Wilherspoon Madi
    t .' abolished ; all revenue stamps to be The Immigration Bureau established! by Spring Term-

    old at the host-utllce ; all courts to be abolished the I'asseum department of the associated Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.Sheriff S. M. Hankins Madison.

    anill-cn'nlt grades of tribunals: to be railways'of Virginia and the Carolinas, fully Volusia) Monday in February. (lerk-John M. Heggs, MadisonSuiteriutendent w
    alive to the wants of immigrants coming into Urevanl. )IonduIn March.
    substituted therefor the tribunals to consistof of /jolll-J-, S. Tyner,
    : Dade 3d in April.
    the South Atlantic states of North Carolina, Monday Madison.
    twelve men each of good moral and competent South Carolina and Virginia, where they Fall T'rlll- County TrtlUllrtrR Smith, Madison,

    character, elected) by the jxjople; can be cured for until properly located. Orange, 2d Monday in August.Voliisia. Collector of Jln'e'u <*-M. H. Warring, Mad-

    every person to have a fair trial, with the Home No. 1 will bo located in Salisbury, N. 2d Monday in September. ison.
    C., upon laud belonging) to the railroadcompany. Brevunl.4tii Monday September. Attessor of Taxet-B. I), Wadsworth, Mad-
    right of appeal to Congress in certain cases, The i State of North Carolina will- Dade, :2d Monday[ November.. ison.

    and litigation to be free, profier penalties to also build a home at the same place. Doth MANATEE: COUNTY

    be attached to useless or malicious: prosecutions homes will contain\ six rooms. Count}. om...,",. County Judge-Z. T. Crawford, Manatee.Clerk .
    Home No. will be
    2 located l in Central,
    ; no interest-bearing debt to be createdIn South Carolina : ALAl-llt'l OIUKTV. -RolK-rt. S. Griffith, Manatee
    and be equal to the other
    the future ; the Indian reservations to be homes in caiuicitv- and comfort {\>nuty J>ul jc-Jm\\\\i\ C. Gardner, Gaines! Sheriff \. Watson, Pine Level.

    broken up and the Indian be required to Home No. :3 will be l Collector (f Revenue-Marion 0, Carlton
    and allowed to where erland, Habersham: county, Georgia, eighty- CUrt-J. .\. Carlisle\ Gainesville.! r
    earn Ws own living go two and a half miles from .\tImta.til'Lil.e Sheriff John W. Turner, Gainesville.At \ 1'0 rah, TIN AND, SUl-:." -lROX WARE,
    he pleases. Some other necessary measures Journal *>*r of >ut*-George "-. Hawthorne, Superintendent of &J.II-l''t'1ix J. Seward, ROOFING AND GUTTERING
    would a60 .suggest themselves, to the convention Hawthorne line ,
    This is
    should be done in
    : pl't'l'lsdwhat (1.Uectorof<< /Vir IUIt'-H.I'. Thomas, (.iaine MVUIOX COUNTY.County PUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS, ETC.

    perliap 1lorltsl'C.'uro in advance temporary ulle Jiulge Samuel F. Marshal, Orala. A laive stock of Stovt "
    one who will consider the matter homes for the and nut &'/UJli "-. N. Sheets nl'l't-JuLI&rt Itulltwk Ut ula on band. Give mea
    Any '. foreign immigrant; 'uprriNleHde.It of #-.' ,, : call, and compare lilY price* with those of
    impartially from every standpoint imut ar dump him down to. root or die. l.III1iIIl'. Sheriff AW. Cnitchtield, Ck-ala. other hout*. here or el",ewhere.!

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    A nmt OF ..'Slo.IR..aus, and suggestions.! Every: grower' should have-r .\\ .
    The "best time for making nn them. Thov give valuable advice. '
    bed, about which correspondent inquires) Hut our object mainly is to direct attcn-! T> AKFR3 AND CONFKCTIONKRS: ..' .
    the market value of this fruit
    depends altogether on the conditions and attention to
    surroundings'of the individual A spring- About the 201 h of May the price per bushel! CHOtCK
    .* the 13th of this month the
    fall- was :10. About :
    made bed liar no advantages over a
    one, so far ns its ultimate success!' is concern price was $'l per bushel. Now tho,question CilrocorloN. Cigar, and TobiM-von" TIE! IEFLORIDA .' .
    would come in here: Can we produce as .
    ed, provided the work in both cases is equally
    well done. The old fogy method of early as the :20th of May ? We answer, yes.! TOYS AND FANCY .\ nTlf'I.1't.1c1ingQ '. .

    trenching two or three feet deep and filling The first of June we saw ripe peaches that
    up with stone, old boots, shoes and rubbish were grown hi thus to\\'n.\ Notwithstanding Entertainments: and Picnics' ,
    generally, is fast being exploded Such preparation the drouth, they were of beautiful size, perfect furnished the shortest notice, at rock-bot
    is not essential, and has done much in appearance and luscious: and superiorin tom prices, at
    to discourage the culture of this best of spring flavor The Chinese Cling and the Alexander ANUKL'S P.AKKRY.Centre I : ,

    greens. In my own rose if n bed depended were the varieties And one of our Street I .
    .. '' even on a two feet trench, it would be u thingof citizens lord peaches to ripen this season\ as ZI J 01'1'.01.11'. O. Imilding.

    the indefinite future. A deep, rich soil, early as the 2Gth of :May. This spring, you .- -- MIRROR
    , or one made so, und plenty of manure, with will please' bear in mind, owing to life lateness Itoiil ": .nh'.
    culture arc the essentials for the best aspar 11ft the cold weather, has put vegetationat ----- ---..
    ages My first hed was made by ploughing least two weeks later. The drouth, too, roil MALI:.
    the ground us deep as possible, working in a interfered' with the prompt\ maturity of
    fruits. In addition there still earlier
    are !
    liberal oflllanurl'. Then furrows were
    supply JY. five with Closets front Piazza
    rooms, : ,
    varieties than the foregoing The Amsdcn
    about three lect the plantshet in about
    Yard Lenion and HllllillnTrt.'t'
    largo Orange,
    I and some others are guaranteed to mature as
    two and a half feet apart, so the crowns
    !. located; (food title etc.!
    Centrally \ ,
    the 10th of l.'ith
    : of at
    early as Maythe May
    would be about six indies beneath the surface I
    For further particulars at this
    the farthest-at a time when fabulous prices inquire
    when leveled out Manure[ and cultivation office. .1tfV
    was the after treatment. That bed was have \)('( laitl. .
    Now I it not be worth the while of --- --
    a success for years, and would have been so FOIL S.\ 1,1:. -
    some of our to inform themselves = =STJE, .A.lVJ::=
    to this day with proper\ care, had I not ton )people -.
    it up to make a change in my grounds j I upon, this subject and set out an acre or so COUNTRY PLACK: containing! upwards
    have just made another on a poor piece of oflhel'arh'klll.l,,? .1. of 80 acres:' :20 of (hem cleared: ,
    ground in the same way, except the manure Many are of the impression! { that grafted situated about !six' miles' from Fcrnandina,
    :a. Xot having time to it in advance I trees from (the nurseries will not live here :and accessible by either land or water : railroad
    ti ploughed the ground apply and opened deep over three years. This i is a mistake. To our runs within one III ill'. A No one mare,
    furrows three feet apart, setting the plaints knowledge there is a small peach orchard in two boats costing: $.':X1(). .">IH> young orange t.

    ": the same distance in the l'oW8.ft'r placing\ t h village that has! been growing vigorousIv trees, grape vines, peach and quince (trees.farming .
    them in position and covering with a little for six \'<'arol. .\t present this growth implements, and over too head. of .
    ) earth to hold them, the furrows were filled !'how10/ hlh'nlellt-willt: the exception\ of'' fancy chickens.
    with manure and the ground, levelled. This one tree which i is now dying from the effects For; terms of sale, apply toSO 1- I a
    of the continued dry weather. I In the : A. U. NOYF.S.
    i? bed was made thus hastily to utilize !'OllleI'lant.i v>
    this tree Illo'l"l\lIiwll and forth -- --- -- ----- -
    left over from !spring .sales. With spring put\
    t proper care and a yearly application of ma- fruit, which has shriveled with its deca 1'111: 1.'IOnIU.\
    mire I expect satisfactory results from this ,lelll'e.n,1 notwithstanding the latenessof : I
    bed, which\I, although not; prepared in what the cold weather: and I the excessive casting rilOWN IMl'lUl'11liN'I'tI'ANV.; : : tN

    may be considered the orthodox way, was! of fruit on account'( the drouth, thereis 51Q __.jm_. ol.lr
    '. under 'the circumstance, I thought, my a fair growth of fl'lliltillld1 in the or .
    I best way nl'doing it.Mr. ehal'.1.11 the tl'I't'8I1rl' late bearers except -

    ; Goldsmith, Newark, one of the( mast one, the Tillotsou, which i is now filled with IVriiaiMlina, { ii ;g
    ripening fruit.
    practical and successful: cultivators I know
    y of, says with his: experience' he would prefer In this (community !successful growth Ton'us on 1C. 1C. Line, r
    setting the )plants four foot apart than a less of early peaches has'heen demonstrated. The
    distance. As the roots get 0111 and well established beautiful poaches from Judge Davidson's .AIM <'.'
    / they will completely' fill the and Mr. K. Ji) lIIl1k"I' gardens:' have been dld'' lima?

    ground, and the crowns expand so that the !seen' too often for years back to admit a
    1 s' shoots will come up in a much wider row doubt on this Subject; These gentlemenhave

    than when first! planted but being six inches raised! only for their fumilv a"e. Mr.[ Olfers to Lessees and! PHnhuscr: a large '
    below the surface will allow all Thomas McJunkins hums successfully raised
    necessary number of the ino.it eligible and desirable
    .\ culture without injury to the crowns. The the latter kind fora number of'lIr* past. I/its suitable for Business for r i, .7 .
    : Purposes, or
    fertilizing properties of the manure will l work His peaches have !supplied this market for City or Suburban Residences, ,,
    their way down and find the roots. Two- years. IJvcn upon this small scale of raising -
    :, car-old roots arc generally considered the lie has found it profitable. He is now
    best and most desirable for setting! but for determined to plant the earlier kinds for UPON EASY TKRMS.Liberal : : .
    my own me I prefer good strong yearoldones. !shipment.' Let others follow his exam Plc.

    Salt is universally recommended as a This field is wide and inviting.-Quinty llerultl. l Discounts on Values allowed to
    t fertilizer for but it is .
    special asparagus, questionable in
    { parties! engaged manufacturing or indus
    if the young shoots are any betteror trial enterprises: who Willl'I'l..t on the

    Tim j/oA'/r lOB.IOll, property
    s more succulent' for it, but as it does not
    S purenaMcd sub.stanli.il) improvementsfor
    4 seem' to hurt the is death to Three the 20th of June
    paragus some years ago Mr. Joe
    weeds, and of trilling cost, its use in this re- Mettesof' Jacksonville\ i presented with a business: residence, or in which to conduct their ::::::-BOOK:: ANAJOB : ==

    spect may bo considered beneficial. Possiblyyour sprig which bore four pcacliesand: informed .

    correspondent, like many others, may me they were the China honey peach Tho 1XDUCKMKXTS: TO MANUFACTURKR8 } ,
    bo limited to n small garden: that will not peaches[ were eaten und pronounced to be by exemption for a term' of years from .
    it ; admit of the use of a team. If so, the above excellent. couple of buds from the sprig taxation, offered by t the Iol''rut'dill'!! amitowns.
    will not be his best plan. In u case of this were' inserted in some young wild plum Apply at
    kind I dug a V-shaped trench about fifteen sprouts.They grew, and the following winter I
    ( ,..I inches deep. I then dug another alongside, the little trees were transplanted in the' 1 1"OI1\'e\ cor. Beach & jilt St:+' ., Fernandina. ,

    commencing<< in the side of the first one about common, dry,poor, sandy soil, and no Ifi-tf r
    I. I. ....... ._ _. 01._ O.h ___ H < m' ,l.artcuiar .
    nunny iroin mo j nine wneii completed care was given me trees inruicr than --- --- ------
    r ( it was like the letter W, the centre to keep the ground free from weeds, mellow, TIII I.'IOUIU.\
    : ; being about six inches below the surface.On and a good dressing of Jmrd wood ashes. PRINTING HOUSE

    'r this centre the roots were set'astride, the The trees made n fair growth the first year, AND AND IMMIGRATION COM '. 'Y
    crowns resting on the ridge, the roots extending and last year the growth was enormous. L ,
    , to the bottom of the trenches. A This year the trees have borne about one .
    t a little earth on each side, held the roots in bushel! each, beginning to ripen\ about Juno OFFKRS] : :

    f place, the trenches were filled with manure 10th, and now, iJGth, are just in their prime. J
    and the ground levelled.! If cut at all the Tho honey peach seems well adapted to our 600.000'rt'M

    "' second year, do it sparingly. While the dry, sandy, sunny soil, and appears to do
    a' above methods may not be accepted as the well budded on the plum stock: although it Of the I most" '

    best, they answer my purpose very well, and makes a more rapid growth than the stock,
    :P have the merit of securing results with one. which undoubtedly! has a tendency to dwarf ACCHSSIULi: AND) DF.SIRAI5LK: / :

    tenth the labor attending the course usually the tree and cause it to bear early and liber LAM IX: TIIKHTATK Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel,
    i recommended}, and manure and surface cul ally. vTlic honey peach was first introduced :
    'yf ture docs the rest.-X, 1*. Tribune.{ into his country by Charles Downing, who .
    received t lie seed from China and as it reproduces ,

    WHAT CAN Ill SAID AllOUTrEACUVS. itself true from seed, it has been pretty At only $1.25 per' acre to new settlers, with
    extensively 1 disseminated. Time peach U of .
    the privilege' of selection in parcels of 40
    medium size and very sweet, as its name ,
    For a. long time a vague understandingand imports, being almost destitute of Dl"i.l l, consequently D'r"l'Ior more. These: lands are located on .

    as consequent merchantable appreciation of the peach i not so popular! in peach growing and adj.icent to the line of the ,
    a has
    production ex- countries' as those which have a palatable
    isted in this country Few of our best in. of acid and
    blending sugar in the juice. As 1 1
    formed, growers have been able to give more faros observations have llNlNlIN.lFL'OItIDA.
    than an evasive reply to the direct question: the best my and surest early peach extended grown in, it the Ii ATLANTIC\ m'LF AND I WJXf: ; INIIA'ftLtNSl'l' .

    How much money can be, realized on peachesper '
    far South, and ,should receive more attention CO.'S R. II., ;
    bushel, at or particular times of the .
    any from those who care to '
    )peach season ? Although it has been known of fruits for home grow consumption a ,greater: variety andmarket. ( .. :'. ;, ,'; .:>. :,), :,::,.." ';', : =-! .
    ; .
    that '
    of this "< N '
    fruit Yo.
    : I '
    to -
    I growers as near ns as 7"' "r'
    .-*?. HI /)., in Florida Union extending from FKRNANDINA: on the Atlantic .
    the neighboring State of fJeorgia.; have made '
    .. ... .
    fortunes in this line of horticulture --- '" to CKDAR: KKY: on the uhf coast .... .,. ;
    no one GrocerioN and 1'rotiMioiiV. .,.,.. .. -__..t.. ,. :.. .::r : :!-i
    among- us has! undertaken its cultivationas thus! affording to the producer heap\ constant .. ; : ;
    a branch of his business, or with a persistent amt ( .!'
    rapid transportation: / to the 111.st .
    effort to meet and overcome whatever r. y u.
    difllculties may arise in the way of its markets.
    success ; to the reverse, it would seem that .. The belt! (country tran'l"'t'lII'r the Trail-

    effort has relaxed, if not wholly ceased, upon :. sit It. 11. embrace ,
    enconntering the least discouragement ..
    without attempting to !solve the natural ..: Having added X Ill TVI'.IAIVO. : NI':,,' l.lti.SSi: :: to our office, and having
    ;, question! whether that discouragement was ; KVKKY: : VAItlOTV r: : (J I"' MM"I, -
    the result of u want of attention, or the HKILLKD; WORKMF.X: who know how to use the same, we.are:naw
    want sufficient information to reasonably
    p ;e undertake a check to the inroads of the to lx I prepared to do and I *
    < f'llIwlln the :.: u largo projiortloii' ) any every kind of printing/ ; '
    blight; or partial failure.It ,
    Jr <'
    I is true at intervals of time, under the Thh space reserved fur being 1 iH'ciiliurly adapted\ to the culture of t ,\ '\.

    stimulus of nurserymen and agents, that A. I). XOYKK, (jKOCEK AND SlIIP ClIASULEB, SKMI-TKOHCAI.!: : Fiirmtiiiid Early: Vegetables, t ,. :, '" "
    spasmodic efforts have been made to grow and The fMryr, Olllljl'l'tJtHli: ,.,
    this fruit With many who'laa\'e thus undertaken who U to, busy to write an advertisement.ii. rf Timber
    it, the trial has neither been made make these land! worthy of C.t/HWI. /,'AA3IIA'ATIO. -

    with intelligence upon the subject nor with .\' by manufacturers hr LI-.MHEK .

    what would appear to be any hope of success A 41I NAVAL STOKKXKV-.

    in the outstart. Progress has been made ". .... .."
    so far as to the buying the recommended! ....' -.,
    kinds: and setting them out in a pasture or .: : SKTTLKRS: : : FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD
    meadow where cow and other !stock run at -ult"_. -1: ,
    large and mutilate the nurslings;: to any degree .

    satisfactory to their appetites or capricious Purchasing land from thU tompany are furniahed .
    wantonness. Or when, Perchance, an
    with entire free jxuifiye on (the Trail-
    enclosure may ward off these enemies the
    knife, under the guise of pruning, has been lilt Railroad for family und JTHOIUI| effects

    mercilessly used, and mutilation of an .......-., to the Nation nearest the land pure hascsl. ,
    equally destructive character has followed. u. oTTiuit: ,
    TITLE COMI'LOTK: :, tit'llIjC derived by a'. ,
    This has been in the manner of cutting thelower
    grunt from he( United an/l ,
    limbs States pnrChasefront --"
    from the and I tender
    trunk young ] the State of Florida. AM. Nr..tly curl HM ('.....,. ftN ally fine" In Florida
    as high u the top of the growth, thus KRXAXDIXA, FLORIDA. '.- .*:.'I. < s., -
    exposing their tender trunks to the sun, to 1 : ',. : : .,t-f.. ,
    jeer and) sap the existence of the trees it had DEALER IX COItllISl'ONINC1rUii,1TEi: : : ; ). -', .. '.\ ';1''n. t,.i < ..-.r. .,
    .... ;
    been sought! to s 'a"o't', .. ;
    .7 ,
    With Such
    serve, ; '
    manage. '. 'rJ' 1, J..tr; .:!'.!i ; ,
    I >:".
    ment the nurslings\ with natural promptness Flue F n 2i illy Groceries Detteriptive MU> and t.U\u"" mailed on ':z ; .- .{ J:5': .;
    .r have conlliih'ntl'ditod.and lruprwslue application." ;'. ".-" .r' ,,};:'''..... ,.,'

    consequently obtained 1 has been diligently CI IAS.: W. LKWIS: -. sti. "' .. "; '. .i. l'. ; .". ._ ;
    o. l '
    promulgated. ; f. *. That thc" sc-fonn AJfUPROVISIONS. .' '. ." .-........ ,. ....,7........_.. _..I"' cI'.i. .:,..... .. ,.
    Lund d. ." \
    e"IIIIIII.jfllltr -
    from foreign wineries will not survive the S : r
    Intluence of this climate. With turh treatment OflU-eM,r. Jl4'ii<:-i and SevenU .St.. ; 1;. .:( .. ,

    Ve endorse this verdict and guaran UWf f I .*+ ', J

    tee a like result to evensimilar* exitriment --- ... ..,,.:' .;;.. t.
    Hut there is a different ullcllruloer course GVtomtr can rely njion getting CHOICE \ I, .:: ,.,',':<:. '-,
    to pursue. Ordinary reflection should eug- GOO fo adS'OTIlISO IJOJl't rend +<: w
    fil- your order. for I'llINTINQ IUNDINU and to
    get some charmges from abovementioned .- RULIXU : icy? Jtlt
    way but the Inure valuable and elaborate R oae a ps1 M :; t '
    bents mn be easily obtained-simply upon HUT TJIK ride (he State.; Order (ur,r.either! wilt/ rt'f't'fY'v Prompt attetllon from uAdr2.
    PJN1TIIP.INICsan .
    : .
    application to the "
    nur erjrinen from whom ,..' J .4.:
    the trees are bought. For the asking : 'I.
    will furnUh their UeU they ."r" ..... 'FLU"'lfInUoU.: ..... .
    |*iu|> of in truttl{ n, iii ''' ;; -.
    kept .tock. Nf". ,
    DAVID LAJ7DBCTH !Oils, Pblxddphia, Pi OvL ......:.. )0
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    THE FLORIDA MIRROR: The JHstiirbancc on the fourth.We very fast l, and when altered will bo used in and hold t their offices for one year, and as to Itattgc of Thermometer

    regret chronicle a disgraceful affair the trade between New York, Fernandina the board of aldermen they are essentially FOR TUB WF.Kirll: 1J FIUDVY, JfLYIIORSEY'S S.

    'i. ;;;oAYtiAliJO: Foiisix: MONTHS. which occurred in this: city/ on Monday last: anti Nassau tier different the one in their system! organizations they hold for; in two that years, tin* nnro STORE.7a. :.

    -----.--------.---..--. .- ---- and which at one time gave cause for grave It will bo seen that the Mallory Lino is each from the! same: date while in the other 12 iii. '3p. m.1Vind;

    TUB VLllY LATKST.Special apprehensions.!' : The difficulty, we learn, perfecting its lines, and before long; will he one-half go out each year. ---I nt.l I _

    ,, Til ; Telegram to tlc Mirror. originated, a? would naturally bo supped, in a position! to )perform the Florida servicesfar \ In view of the plainest deduction and 3y...?......, &J I i, 82 81 NR
    I white conclusions n which follow) application of Sunday .............1 iO I 80 70 NE.Monday. :.
    better !
    't WASHINGTON, July 8-8:30:: n. m.-Official in bar-room on Third "street mid quicker than has!' ever been I a simple' honest judgment<< to these facts! ..... iU : 87 80 SW.
    Tot men entered into a wordy exchangcof abuse done, or ran bo done, by any competingline. can Hoc said that that I is a uniform systemof .I
    bulletin The President's condition this.! Tuesday............' 80 : 89! 84 SE.IVednesiay. .
    ,, T I'Z / with a negro, which culm inn toil in one of municipal government in which such ....... R2 1 I 8S 80 SE.Thursday. :.
    f, 80 ,- morning is more favorable than any morn the white men drawing a li'lol. This broughtin .---- plain difTcrcnccs may exist in cities in the ...........j 8.1 I 00 I 87 81':
    t'JUllU.lICoUnT or I'Lonin.i. same situation and. the same clans ? Can it Friday............. a J 00 87 SB
    { \Vh ing since he was wounded. The progress of; another negro, who wrenched the pistol be said that a uniform system of municipal

    ;IO' the case continues favorable .\ health )' pus from one of the white men and started government I is ctaMihai by this legislation ? -
    1 bee ', He vas! attacked by a third, white 1IKIXOTX: : IMX'MOXS JT.NK: : TEKM, 1881. On the contrary, it is plain that the t legislature MAlllb'E.Vort .
    I Is flowing from the wound. away. hit action I instead, of ;
    I establishing a
    : .
    obtain the The: :State of Florida by the AttorneyCeilirul -
    per :; man, who undertook to phtol, uniform of for cities -
    12:30 m.-Puhe,10S)! temperature lOt& w rei., Clinton A. Haley (/Sn tav system government
    : p. : ; ; vs. :-
    ; followed when Policeman ln- of Fcrnandtna
    wc and :Mark; -Information in the nature of a having a bonded debt, past duo, for which "-
    inc respiration! berly interfered and deemed, necessary to trnrnuito. quo payment: has not been provided, places it HIGH WATER.

    ill 1: .I p. in. There I is a slight increase of the club the negro\ While this was going on I 1. An act vesting discretion in the owners half within the the discretion: bonds and of the holders!! of one- Saturday, July C...... 5:43: A. M. (0:17: r. M.
    city's -
    110 brother of the policeman: fired" a of one-half of the bonds of a city amid twenty persons residing Sunday: 10..... 0:.13" iU":
    pulse and temperature, attributed to the a younger twenty within; its!' limits, to fix the character "
    Monday 11...... i:40" 8:09Tuesday.
    of its resident which :
    *, by they dissolve
    ' pistol at the negro Young, which struck can of its government, to whether its
    say mayor "
    ..... : OOL"
    : beat of the day and the of the cxislingcurporatinmi having an elective 12. 8:3.5: :
    process suppuration and.
    alderman its marshal :
    its clerk its
    f I1T"r and wounded him. A crowd at once assembled of ) under Wednesday, 1 13:I...... 0:20: HI8: II
    system\ government organized
    which is in the wound an treasurer, shall be elected by the people or II
    th now going on at the report, and a special( policeman act creating a uniform system of municipal Thursday, 13..10:13: 10:33
    appointed the Governor and whether
    \ eft I", near the surface of the )body. by the name of Cook, reached. the government, and re-incorporate the munrcipolity the assessment by and collection: of its revenue Friday, 15......11:00: II 11:1: !) II

    ::1\\ fur place, and, it is said! was mistaken for the with another and different form of shall bo done by its own officers or by officers ARRIVEn.duly .
    '. government, under which the principal ofli
    : Local Inflections and of tho county in which the municipality
    assailant of and attacked
    \ ; ohl Young, was cers are appointed by the Governor, is unconstitutionaL may l'ol' situated.rhc i t l. 3-:S. P. City of Bridgcton, Fitzgerald,
    p Bo't The Beach Hotel is progressing rapidly. cut. lIe took rcfugo in a stable, and I was The power and duty of the leg / constitution, which is a limitation ,.a'llIlIah.Sdl. .

    i IiI t The southern wing, which will be first com finally, by the courageous efforts of Mr. islature under the constitution is limited to upon the powers of the legislature, not a 5- Mary Nowell, Funnan,
    ba1:, Stark conveyed to the jail followed by a the establishment of uniform system! grant of powers to it, provides that "the Charleston.
    I is about covered in. The "
    : pleted, already : 2. Where the ]legislative; intent I is that the legislature shall establish: a uniform systemof "-Mary Hupper.) Gilchrist; Boston.!
    I I [: 1\1i contractors seem to be pushing the work as loud, clamorous, shrieking mob of men, women whole of a statute shall operate to accomplish county, township" and municipal government "British! bark Tiniora, Slocumb,

    tlia rapidly at possible. and children, wrought up to a frenzied an evident end. and purpose, if that ," and any action of that department Baltimore.
    1i a the"11<;' There I is so great a demand. here for fhell state excitement, who desired. to execute portion of the act providing for the accom- of the government which destroys the uniformity "-S. }'. City of Bridge-ton, Fitzgerald
    |ilishmrnt of the final I purpose{ I is unconstitutional of :Savannah.
    \ him and he a pre-existing: system, and permits
    Int.:. and which have to be lightered summary vengeance upon was tho "
    tl lightwood, dependent and initiatory provisions and authorizes in cities similarly situated 0-Scb.C. W. May, Davis"", Philudelphia.
    ole :;: that we think, the construction of three or knocked down on the way to the jail by a of the act must fall also. Where an systems I essentially h -s.: Western Tcxa, lilacs, N. Y.

    ptf.t' four substantial 1 steam lighters would boa man by the name of Lee Carthron. He was act provides for the dissolution and re- lH'or. in the mauler of the selection of officers ".. 7-Bk. Sabiiif, Kills, New York.

    ( ; txt4 t'; investment. finally, however, lodged jail, amidst loud l poration of a municipality, and it i is clear their terms of office, and the manner of --Scli. C. }''liver, Poland, N. Y. )
    profitable that the dissolution I is authorized "
    ; only as a the assessment and collection of -S.P. City Point, Creaser, Charleston.
    fC' The continued improvement in President threats of burning the jail, etc. 1i Ir. I sll er- step looking to and a foundation for the re- cannot he 1Iu tnittl'tt. There may he revenue ten cities 8-8 P. Florid.i, Usina, Savannah.

    It(,'J' Garficld's condition is, a matter of gratu- mann, however, held the fort until the incorporation that portion which providesfor in the precise: situation of the city of Fer DEPA RTED.

    (fot"ctlr.... lation, and leads to the assured! hope that clamor subsided. the tho whole re-incorporation act must fall.WKSTCOTT is unconstitutional nandina, with reference population, to indebtedness July' 4-S. }'. City of lr.lgl.to\1, Fitzgerald -
    and in all other and
    The parties seem to have been alike to respects,
    his life be spared and the ,
    J. uvIIlah.
    may consequences : :
    a dependent the action of one-half
    ot" of this great crime averted.: At the last re- blame in the inception of the row, and we This is an information in the nature of a of yet,its:' bond-holders upon and twenty residents, "". 5-Sch." Etta )f. Barter, Philadelphia.

    bl port he was doing well, with all of the learn the leaders, black and white, have quo imrraiito, time relalor, Haley, claiming five of them may continue under the elective -Sch.i'hiladclphia.u William .Wilier. Donohoo,
    been placed under arrest The intense excitement the right to hold. and exercise the powers system\ of municipal government and "
    : symptoms favorable.Steil's P. City of Fitzgerald
    and franchises of the office of of Fer Hritgl'tol
    mayor four of them
    tits; through the action of some of
    which and the reckless .
    ; beach restaurant under full headway prevailed, nandina as against: the respondent, Stark, their creditors and residents!'; adopt the \'ollllh.
    pr,, and affords a very comfortable rest to i utterances of the mob, made it prudent to who now holds and executes the said. office system of appointment by the may Governor.: rHInllie; Bateheldor, Steclman,

    : tf( the beach visitor. Ho has several bath call for such force ns would overawe and as!! he, Haley, relates, unlawfully and with- Time legislature instead of establishing a i-H. 'lhila 'lplla.Tl'Xlli lines!!, N. Y.
    out warrant authority.
    /' ftv -' rooms completed, supplied with bathing prevent any further trouble or disposition: to On tho 1th day of or April, A! D. 1881, titan uniform leaves it system to the discretion of municipal of twenty;government residents H_S. H 1. I Florida, Usimi, :at'nnunh.

    1'1'I t, dresses and other conveniences. The build- carry out the thrcats which had been so freely election held in pursuance of law. HalevWHS and one-half of the bond creditors of IN TOUT.

    ,' It f fIt Ing'' has quite a picturesque appearance made. The Fernandina Light Infantry were elected to the office of mayor. Ho qualified corporations to fix the character of the government. Bark; Tilllor(Br.). Slncnnib.JJark .

    \ "'\ : among the sand hills, with its breeze-borno called on to render any necessary aid to the and elltl'I'l'clul'un its! dnU('V. This election The legislature must so act as to ; Sabine, Kill-
    I; f civil authorities, and in view of the arrivalof was held under a municipal, corporate itself ctlnllMi, f first, n system of municipal Brig Jeremiah Blanchard2:; tone.
    \.i *t ?J.r Hag and fluttering pennons. organization had[ under (ho l'lIerulll't providing government ;ilnt! second, the system must tri .J,11 WeNh, .\II-tron 310 tons.
    .Tho heavy rains last week have we are a largo number of colored excursionists 1 for the incorporation of cities and he a uniform system. The constitution limits Hil. 1'. L. lliekinan, Nash, :33.8:{ tons.
    told very much improved the condition of from the line of I the Transit' Lnmlroa.1, who town":<, which was then in 1 itrc". On the its power as well as 'fixes its duty in this 1.lwo.llorll.: "Warrington, 23.5: tuns.Nrlm. .
    it feared bo drawn into :2Mb? February, A. D.) 18S1 the I legislature respect in l plain and unmistakable terms.We ,
    [ r might, was ; Fulll.
    the corn in the interior and enabled sympathy : \
    crop parsed: an act entitled .\11 act to repeal and
    ::1'# sec no necessity! for elaborating these! St-li. Mary .. J I upper, GilchrUt.Sih. t.
    t I the planters to get 1\11\ good plant of sweet with the rioters, company of volunteers dissolve municipal corporations under certain propositions.: Timeaulhnriliessofnrasthev, C. "'. May, 1Javk.Sch. ; .
    tf f:: potatoes. Cow peas will also, we hope, be !), the Jacksonville Light Infantry, Captain : circumstances! and to provide the manner have any application to the questions determined ( !. F. HeyVr, 101111, '
    .t put in cxtcnsh ely. They arc valuable for Young, being about to go on an excursion in which" such cities may l'l''OIIlt'illlur. here, sustain! without exception the --- .
    porated, Chapter :3310, Laws lender its
    Il conclusion wo reach and we arc without
    1I the grain and forage as corn, and will to the bar, came over and remained, the Slark J MEMO\Nt
    sup- provisions respondent! was appointed tho least doubt in the premises. .
    ply any deficiency in that crop.. doing guard duty over night, with the Fernandina mayor of tho city of Fernandina, The only other matter which wu deem it 1.1"-l'lIgel" from Jackol\'ido New York

    The shell road. has been repaired from the Light Infantry. and, after qualifying, entered. upon the discharge necessary: to consider, Ii the proposition that j l'Cr' ) It.qtl/'lt 7 : H. F.
    of the duties of the 01111'('. The ivlntor while such of the act as provide for Dunn, C. B. and wife, "'. 1'. Bedding
    We learn that portions
    several of colored fel "
    beach the limits our
    to city by the commendable
    inputs that this act dissolving: the old corporation reorganization of the municipality F. C. Morris, Captain Ward and familj',
    and public-spirited cdbrtsofour citizens. low-citizens are entitled to great credit for and creating the new tine, under. be unconstitutional, that part whiclrauthorizcsthe Jas. B. Murr, Ur. F..1. Perry and wife, Mr.
    We learn that the shelf put upon the road their prompt and judicious action in preventing which respondent' was appointed is unconiMitntional dissolution may 'oe efioctivo. This Johnston and wife, Mrs. J. N. Bishop. Mrs.Ceo. .

    was the gift of Major': DurytY, to whom our the furtherance of the difficulty and ; while the respondent maintains question we must (consider because upon It. Keynolds, O. O. Smith, H. Miner,
    that the net is within the constitutional its solution depends the right of the party' and eight steerage.( From Fernandina : Mrs.
    ,community is indebted for many similar evidences calming tho excited crowd.] power of the legislature: and that 'his title to claiming title under till general act for the Winch. Miss: Annie Winch, Miss Julia Horsey
    of interest" in public affairs. We Quite a number of gentlemen from the the office ii legal. It l Is thus apparent that incorporation of cities, and under tho act Howard Zevly, Mr*. A. (mum Mr.

    I hope the portion of the road from the foot interior came in on tho train as volunteers: tho question here involved/ is the constitutionality regulating proceedings in quo warrniito, Howard and son, Mrs.: Howard, Mrs. Miner,

    of Centre street to the city limits will he to aid the civil authorities. We are glad to of the act mentioned.The (Chap, 1874, I Laws) wo must determine the Mrs. Connarots and child, Captain II. W.
    act provides for n dissolution: of municipal right of the claimant here, and so enter' King! and wife, ClmandlcrSanmpsnu, It. promptly taken in band. add that no further breach of tho peace took corporations /twin.a/ boiute/id. btrd* judgment] ( Itcv. l). Riley, )lr.1"lorel,111 threesteerage.

    "'e observe that Judge J. B. Paw ns, of place, I\n.IItIIlUers arc as quiet as usual. .\ lies, the buiul {to ',e jtmaai due tuul ua), lid, n Tho rule, us announced by Judge Cooley, .

    (lalnesvillc! who has: large tract of valuable legal investigation! will place the blame 'tnrlfartheir/ }1"III11tlut, /uii'iiii/l>ern jirvclileil, and, established by the authorities, is: If a .
    l ill tho manner following: On the written statute to two NOTICE or .
    attempts accomplish or more IXCOIUOI.'l'IOX.TT
    where it We it is
    belongs. the last
    land Ocala called the Catalina da hope occurrence
    near of the holders their
    application or
    I ownerspir objects, anti is void as to one, it may still be
    t II Jesus Hijuelos tract, has had it subdivided of tho kind in Fernandina. Let j ugcnts, of one-half of the unpaid \ ) : of in every respect complete and valid as to the N01V ALL MKN: BY THKSK I'UKS-
    I be closed the city to the judge of the Circuit Court of EXT, That we, C. W. Yuleee, J. If.McGinnis .
    t t into fifteen-acre lots, so as to suit the wants our grog shops hereafter on such other. But if its purpose is: to accomplish a
    of who wish small tracts of occasions. the circuit in which the city is situated: accompanied single object only I and some of its provisions William Haw801, "'. B. C. Dur-
    purchasers good
    \ ( with satisfactory evidence that are void 1, the whole] must fal unless yce, Thomas.Kydd, Calvin B. Dibble, Henry
    land for truck or orange growing. lIe has Tho line soldierly appearance and gallant the city ispriimi fucie bonded and that the sufficient! remains to effect) the object with K.: Dotterer, and O. Stark, all of the State of J

    \t,, also dh'IJC111) some land close by fiainesvillc bearing of the young men composing" the) buntis''are passed! duo and unpaid and for out the aid. of the invalid portion., And if Florida under and in accordance with thopro'isions

    1 in the same The judge basset a Jacksonville Light Infantry was: general which a fund for their payment' has not they huso mutually connected with anddeIKiulent of an act of the State of Florida,
    been it shall bo his to make entitled "_\n act to Provide for the
    provided, duty each other conditions
    on as: considerations Crl'aHo.
    good example, and we have no doubt he will subject of remark: Wo learn that they n certificate of such facts, and cause the said or compensations for each other, of Corporations and to Prescribe General

    F sell these lands much more rapidly in this: marched from their armory to the cars for plication, 'proofs and certificates to he filed as to warrant the belief that the legislature lowe! and labitiC" approved' August -
    r .' way and to thenll\'nntageofthecommunity. Fernandina upon fifteen minutes notice. and recorded in the office\ of the clerk of the intended them as a whole, and if all could l&( and the Legislatureof
    Circuit' Court for the in which the said act to
    Wo to county not be carried l into edict tho legislature 'ltitl..t1 ideal an
    give place our Orange county correspondent Mallory Line. city is situated." On the presentation of a would not pass the residue independently ; act entitled an (' for the Creation
    \\'vigorously attacks our system I ,'!'rllli''lll'tllv tlr tliij certificate tit time (!ovuruor then if unconstitutional, all of Corporations to Prescribe their
    .__ '- some parts arc
    '' U'h' L.L. !
    of assessment, and says what he has to I Ito obtain mho IUIIUWIIIg'' inicrcsung information i: (the State me -I is i if'i; li 1\P melanuatiun the provisions wnicn aro thus dependentmust icncral Powers and Liabilities, and to Recreate

    say over hU own signature. Free discussion : from tho agent of tho Mallory declaring! that the charter of t the cityis fall with them. Can we give this act and Amend the Sections Repealed by
    repealed and tho corporation dissolved. effect! act to dissolve said act," approved March llth, 1879 do
    Line. The proposed improvements, and t the { as an municipal corporations ,
    of public questions is always desirable.A .
    Tho act then t provides' for t the incorporation( ? Is such a conclusion consistent with hereby associate ourselves together as a cor-
    trees, of which one portion does nothingbut substitution of larger and better steamships, of such dissolved corporation, which is to be the legislative intent ? The title of the act i>orate body under the name and style of
    assail and anotherdefemlthcadminbtrution will add very greatly to tho successful and had in the manner following : On the )petition shows its purpose to he to dissolve, and rein- THK H'ACn: HOTEL AND UOAD! COMPANY. -

    I ; exhibits a slavery to party tics which is speedy) shipment of Florida products, ntlllg1'e of twenty or more persons residing; corporate. A general: statute, (Chapter 3317: The principal \placoof business>of
    a route for to if within tho limits>i of the city thus dissolved, Laws,) passed at the same session of the legislature said Company shall be in the City of Fer
    neither healthy nor beneficial. questionsof passengers equal not superior it I is made the duty of tho Governor: to appoint with this act provides general nandina in State of Florida.

    J. taxation, finance, public improvements, to any other : a mayor and five aldermen residentsof method by which municipal corporations II That the business of said Companyshall
    internal Improvements civil and criminal Tho iron steamer dtyoftHtn .luGmio,1,112 such city They are to hold their offices\ may surrender their franchi., That method I. be to build and manage 1 hotel and; I
    laws tons-ono fifth larger than the JIi'ltt'f1'exnl for two years, nnd'in case of vacancy: the office is by a favorable vote of two-thirds of the necessary aecommodatiol on Amelia Beach
    municipal and county administrations is tao filled by Governor. The municipal \'utl'rlJ'otillg at an election called to determine and to 01tall the right of maintaining and .
    r anti public questions! which should be 'ircclydiscussed. -is now in the hands of the machinists und corporation thus organized is calleda that question. The dissolution provided collecting tolul mad connecting the beach

    Jf erroneous views prevail, it carpenters undergoing extensive repairs and provisional municipality but it is in fact for hero in thestatute being considered with the ( l'rnan il: .

    gives the opportunity to correct them if alterations which it will take six weeks or permanent !government Its boundaries I is but a condition precedent, and a means 1 i. That the thousand of the Company
    ; are to bo the wore as: those of the dissolved by which a reorganization was to bo rendered shall be ten dollars, divided
    abuses or neglect exist, it helps )point out more to complete, and when done will Bust: corporation, and it is to have all the necessary. into shares of one hundred dollars each, "'. ,

    and correct them. not less than, fifteen thousand dollars.: powers oft he aniteccdentcoriHmitiim so far as The legislative intent here was to give to with privilege of stockholders to subscribe
    --- ---- -- She is being built up forward of Iron, and they existed: l under the act establishing a cities indebted in the manner stated in the in (i) one-eighth; (() one-1 lrth and (U) one-

    73OOO Cattle. will be covered with an additional deck uniform system of municipal' government, act a new form of municipal government, half shares-ten p r (l'ltUI of all subscrip
    We call our correspondent: McCuwber's and its amendments.! Under this new organization with i>oculiar and special lowers, by which tions of stock to he paid when such subscrip
    f attention to the remarks of the Floridian Her capacity for ('urr'lng'eftl'tbJetillIIrtOItS the mayor and aldermen appoint they might compromise and settle their tions are made, and the remainder as may
    ) as and oranges will bo large, and her ventilation the city marshal!! and clerk, who is to debts. The dissolution was provided for be ordered by the Board of Directors of said
    to the extent of tho herds of the cattle king. act treasurer. Kach: of these officers i Is Compan I
    ,I will be unequaled Her saloon will be as simply as a method by which to reach that
    .;, '0 presume our correspondent| spoke from large, and will\ be furnished. required to give bond. The mayor and aldermen end. 'it w;)snot the purpose to dissolve if IV. That the (corporation hereby created
    .' public rumor, which is always apt to magnify very I arc authorized to compromise the reorganization was not to bo had. The shall date Us corporate existence from the
    the Her cabin accommodations will be increased settle tho existing indeUedncss of the defunct |Mwer to dissolve! wu.s given simply as an day of tiling these artlde of
    : possessions of reputedly rich men by putting< number of new rooms on her corporation, having authority to issue ,initiatory step to the contemplated reorganization as required by acts as in'orprton
    It may be guesd: -work with the correspondent upper deck and by putting in hard wood bonds for that purpose, and there is an appropriation and if the reorganization in the shall continue for the term of ninety
    '' + and the cattle owner. would trouble of one-half of one per 'cent of manner 11"ldetll'nltltot he hail then those nine years.
    an assessor 'Jo look the herds the cabin forward. Her saloon and staterooms the revenue of tho city authorized by law to provisions of the law, which are in the statute V. That the business of the Company shall
    up on will\ resemble those of the Western Texas, but tho payment of this debt. simply as a means al1llllletho.1 to accomplish be conducted by a Board of live ((5) Directors
    broad,savannas and ranges of South Florida will bo larger, In speed the City of Sim .! (- Upon the county commissioners of the this primary purpose of the act, must to be elected by the stockholders on the
    .... I. I. .. .._. county is devolved the duty to hear and determine fall also. The whole of this act must fall fnt Monday of March in each and
    tea'. f t tt tl 1{ ...... ,.
    Sr..llaryar (ia. .oIcaClelllY. 'oO wuc m 11s et man me Trxaa, the correction of that the shall
    for first
    applications' "unless the portion not opposed to the constitution year l'X'Cltmg election
    The academical year at St. Marys High and by her it is expected to put passengers assessments of property and the tax-t' olkct can stand by itself," and it is evident at such time a!the undersigned cor

    School was brought to A most agreeable and and freight in Jacksonvilleon Tuesday morn. or of the county is made the collector for "that, in the legislative: intent, It was prator. or a maiority, of them, shall deter.
    ing, leaving New York the city.Under. not to be controlled or modified in its construction Said Board of Diretors shallelect
    on Friday.
    I successful termination'on Friday last! week. the existing system of muiiicijwU and effect by the part which is a President and &'Crtsrr. ami such
    .., During the forenoon of that
    .( ( about forty) were put through business enough for her to warrant the which was the system obtaining in the city Our conclusion U that the entire act must the C That/ may J'l>lllirl.

    the usual (ordeal and succeeded in obtain. present outlay of money in alteration.. She of I'crnamdinaantiallwunicipwlmtie: having fall. In what we have said it must be under- VI. highest amount of indebt-
    31 Nri." isteml voters at the passage of this stood that we 'do not death or hold that the ness or liability to which said corporation
    lug most favorable encomiums from their ex- can carry 7,500 boxes of oranges in wellventilated act, tho mayor, the marshal!, city clerk, legislature ran under the constitution, authorize can at any time subject Itself shall twent yVII. '-
    8m I ne\'ll. The evening was' devoted elocution spaces with perfect ease. She I is ex- treasurer, ussesorand collector of taxes are the holders of one-half of the bondsof five hundred ($2.5oo) dollars b

    and the distribution of the well- to leave New York for Fernandina on Friday elected by the people for the term of one an indebted corporation, to dissolve: such That! the stud Company shall ,"
    and while the aldermen are elected for do to that vested with all rights and L
    the 5th August.. year, corporation| ; nor we mean say privilege m '
    earned all'cimtl't .
    >tc.lllrlz'a1 and certiflattes.Parents : two years, one-half are fleeted each year the act, slrippe of the discretion vested in the acts heretofore referred to can convey
    and visitors mustered in large The steamer State of Texus will undergothe ; with a term of office of two years, one-half I the bondholder, would be constitutional. l \'III. In winl whereof, we. the parie

    numbers, BO much BO as to overflow the same change bo built up forward and of tho old ,l>oard! thus .holding< over each We decide the precise case before us-nothing aforesaid!. herunt set our (
    pretty decorated school room, and for three have her passenger accommodations: increased )'t'Lr. I I more. \\.08.1)' that even if such power seals! the ltlt May. A. I,1881.
    If tho present act i is! effective, it is thus I I exists, it is here so exercised that it cannotbe e..1VICKLIFFE Y ULEE
    hours a most agreeable )programme includ just as soon as the company can get ,
    sewn that we have two essentially litfl'n'lItJdn.l given effect and operation. J. n. MNlSNIs;
    taliesgiven recitations, dialogues and cha its two new steamships from Chester, which of municipal guvcrnmehtsperatingincities Judgment! of ou::ter against the rl..pontlent.i W. R RAW80NKWBY, .
    by the pupils.ullbrded jrreat satisfaction are very largo and are being built expressly o.f the same ...I.\"S. as li set by the original ".* W. *
    to the visitors evidencing enee for the Texas trade. act and iu amendments creating the For Sal T. } .
    on the part of those taught and exceptional systemIn one tlioortioor* and appointed .\ Family rrwjre, in j erfwt running order f. B. DIBBLK.
    good taste and ('al'\'fullr.111\11I on the part The Slits 0T.l'Iu 1 is 1.51.J$ tin hunK'ii. and hold! their office for two years. In the S: tiu (our. Has IMVII but little used.Apply J. : : ;,

    of the teacher. une-l1uartcr larger than the Nester Tc'.r.l-. others vxivprSs aldermen) they "V flcctoil to W. B. C. Undl!: -.-. ',' C'. .\fu'rllmJ ji jitl.

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