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 16, 1881
Publication Date: 1878-
Frequency: semiweekly[<1894-1899>]
weekly[ former 1878-<1886>]
triweekly[ former <1890-1891>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
Coordinates: 30.669444 x -81.461667 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1901.
General Note: "Democratic" <1880>.
General Note: Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note: Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057832
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Succeeded by: Nassau County star

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,1'L'iI'S.Uutal. I Tn many instances t the yield has been less! boast of fine stores, well filled, and arrllgel5tartiticahly'astodefyenulprlitinim ngent of the California Imllli.trnnl.111011; I tinges which follow an influx of outside, pop-
i than ten crates per acre.! The season last \ Messrs.Agnew nrri\'I'tlllt,1't'1I1I \last :Sunday: on the steamer illation and capital have been too clearly

year opened the 17th of February and lasted it Co. have just completed n structure nM'f.I\I\.l went by team: time sumo afternoonto t1l'lIIoll'ltrnlt'tlI1I1rlllg the hist year to requireany
i. which I is marvel for strength and durability Orlando (ioxernor! :Sallord is joint owner argument Orange) county has lukoit
'- .In our i-stic! of the Glh of Juno, there ap- till the 8th of July, while! the !'t'Ii'1Ithli: : a
apcared in our editorial column an article year did*not open tin the l.Mh of March( and the material used IlI'illIall"e lime with )Hamilton[: Dkston, of rhUadclphia, the load. It must ht'Jllt, Xo other influence

headed The J., 1'. .\)1.:: U. U. Suits.! This was over by the :30th of June. rock and cement, prts enj"ngthe appearanceof \ and Mr. William: l'ar'sunsuf.lridiifain the can accomplish\ as much: in the way of

article was written hy Mr.[ l:. M. Cheney, of Number of packages shipped from each brown stone. Tho gifted! Dr. Tho 1'. recent purchase: of $l.oooHH( acres internal attracting immigration us- tho building of
of this city keeps a vigilant\ improvement\ land of Florida, which lies mil rlta.1'4. Thousands of dollars have been
this city, and Inadvertently into this paper landing on Orange i Lake during the season Gary, mayor \
] as an editorial, whereas it should have of IS8I : watch over all its interests, The doctor, north of Lake Okcchohco) \ and extends up invested in this county within the past year,
I\ppcnrcl1u'Jt\eomll1unicolintl and over the ..11,1",1,/"" .1/I! .',11I,'. Ttitdl*. !having been n successful! practitioner+ all his Into Orange; county and within a few milesof which would never have found its way into
heing bichhic) ........ IS:< Chi I: I :t.iU'-:! :-VilO! \ <;ilHISampson's !! ) life to erect a sanitarium; for Orlando. ( Monday( the party were taken the State \but for the two lines of railroad
signature of Mr.( Cheney. Wo disclaim V"i Ni; l.'dKcci.'s llWrpO'lI'\
big; valids whom from Orlando down as far as!! l Lake Con- now built in the count '. The building of
ill they )
time! hl'nelitIf visiting
the author of the article and having ;: l.and'K, III!< I tt Wi< !1.<:!ltI 3'M7:\:
made investigation as to the truthfulness of I Mean's Land'g, 2i II1-t :L'!.I.I; s ,>.31|$ III'nI :.. I cauavail\ themselves of !hi* cuntivo: !-okilFl'cnd \. .\ way to look at .mnunf! their lands: 1 with a this new line will attract other thousjimfa.

the statements therein made, we arc! satisfied learned : \pharmacist i M. DeloiuM, has view of selecting portion\ on which to im Of this to-be-secured' capital und immigration -
Tutal..l-:< '.' .Ijl 7.$32:I: !tl\j4' : :I,1U! !
that they are without foundation in fact I : tli'lt'O't'I'l'lll1ll'W use for the Florida orangeblooms. nleliatelycnnalucncc coinnlziugicruuttt; im the western portion of the county will
and absolutely untrue, where reflection ii The above amounts\ include total number. )He[ makes a perfumed oil from this nligr cuts:l. Mr. W. )11.[ Martin, who !so succossfully get I ho lion's share. lint while this is! true
: of packages barrels, half barrels. IIIIXl'l111111 colonized California, with thousands considerable will be drawn elsewhere
and a
made either upon Mr.( Willard Colonel1011. Honor, worth I fifty dollars a pound, : portion -
.\\ We are satisfied\ that Mr.( Willanl\ all. C. A. WHITNEY: fakes fifty pounds of the petals: to make a : of {this: class of immigrants, has: beenpermanently and thus other portions will be )perceptibly .

has managed these eases in t lie interests! of Captain Steamer; .l/// >"'r. single ounce )the wild orange blooms: being/ engaged for that purposo by hl'lIelit'll.-Odw(1 l llrjivrtcr. '

his Dutch rlients and'deserves the !sole credit A0crJuly lib thcsteanierJlphn: / will only preferred. 1 lit' is preparing\ to engage largely the company, and will\ turn his whole attention Negotiations which have been pending for

for the success obtained in their behalf. make one trip n week, leaving Lorll"il'l'\"err in the distillation of sweet odors, when all to colonizing the \\\lHll1l1f tho new time sale of the Columbus .t nome Railroad:

We make this!: correction solely in simple Saturday at :3 a. in., arriving! at Lochloosa at can breathe" the much sought-for perfume, \purchase. The gentlemen came down on were consummated on yesterday.. Colonel

) justice to Mr.( Willard and those associated 750:: a, in.; returning, leave Lochloosu. at ft whether In Florida or not. In Marion county the train from Orlando on Monday morning W. 1). Chlpley( representing F. McOorm ( -

with )him.Jacksonville Acu't.IRcaritbin. 1'. in., arriving itt 7.0:; p. in. The Al]>h
been commanded in the most satisfactorymanner masters on frcodmen can bo! seen, which wo their acquaintance: as they took tho steamer Purchasers The final )payment fi>r the road:
by its affable Captain C. .\. Whit tho adventurous I.Ywa for down the river. They \propose\ to
From Special Deputy Collector George; B. trust will not now be corrupted! by was made on yesterday( und, with all its!!
who has the most careful attention to work immediately by establishing emigrant
Loud have the following tubular: statement ney. !! crowds which swarm on our go franchise! turned over to him. There arc
wo to all the freight entrusted to his care. idle agencies In (Jermany, :and will charter -
of transactions in the custom-house : We were there on :Saturday! an various rumors as to what will bo done with
the month In behalf of the community, we tender him day among the negroe.s everywhere. They special\ steamers for this: purpose, which the road. It is! said by some that it will be
during past:VESSELS: INTRKKI: : their many thanks and congratulations. all drop tho plough or hoc-bundle on that will run direct from (Jermany to Florida. extended, but tho parties themselves will

Foreign .:tKi; Orange lake j./"r'dlltll.+ dto visit the city 1 ; slaying; at homo would The schcmo! is a big; move for the settlementof give no intimation at present! of their plan

10 not with their constitution, Saturday South Florida: and (icncral Saflbrd and Colonel Is '. 'known\ in
)Domestic ports. On the llhofJune) Mr.[ )1).S.l'ltll'l'gl'lwral agree or policy. Chlpl-jy \ (
travelingugent oft he till ireauof Immigration I oxcitcmcnt being necessary f Sunday:! rest his partners are thoroughly in tamest in this !section, and if hi* id enterpriseIs

Total l.!.....42VESSELS held a meeting at this place. The businessmen They were 11well\ dressed, many of t them t\\'ork.-IIIth l-'lorldit Journal. I directed towards thoxtei ion to Homo,

:: {"I.E.\lIEII. of t the town came out to hear what he riding horses: belonging to themselves.", Some Apopka City is rapidly growing, and[ besides Chattanooga, or some other point that will
Foreign por t .'-'',,', I of the old ones cumc hobbling in with this: it is: a desirable place for immigrants give outlet. will feel
Domestic .1(5Total (; had to say. Thc meeting elected General! us an independent wo
; Robert llulloek\ to the chair, and )1 r. John canes, to make two-bits investments': in tobacco to cast their lots We I have three regularly confident of its uccomplshincnt| it Is

..41l (1!. Reunion was requested to act as :secreta or change a few eggs for coffee, while organized churches, two of which l'h\IIIl'lllhllt this is tho only available line

.:tries merchandise for duty. 8Kntrics ry. Thai organi/.ed, General( Bullock, in a one had a bucket of butter which his old have elegant: buildings\ of thcirown ; a town by which tho Cincinnati Southern, Cole's,
: of merchandise: free of duty. 1 had done churned ills week' for ball ; five stores: ; one newspaper ; a hotel ;
few appropriate remarks, introduced I 1Ir.l'lacclntheaudience. 0 mmnlu tho Clyde .system, or the Ixiulsvlllc NII h-
Certificates of enrollment granted:........... 1 .
Coasting licenses granted......................... i iVtilucof H 'I'hiygenlienlanthenproceeded which he got the money. They all returned a saw and grist mill, etc. ; and to make vine\ could hope to outer the Georgia Cen-
I dnufe"ticexpo'ts.hO,40S.: ()) in a quiet, :sensible and businesslike home peacefully us: they cumc, without be- known what wo haven't, we would mention: tral's great center at Columbus and secure

-. 'I IIKCEUTS.: : talk, to explain the working of the bureau Ing hilarious from whisky. Several churches tho I.ar.roolll-which is a public evil, which) acccsssto!' the rivers of West. Florida The S
Duties on imports;.:$ 81.5..TO; and how it was trying to enlist the aid : for colored people have been built III tho mars the happiness\ : of homes, and I is the question is: asked which, if cither, I U interested

Tonnage :.',7<>0.00) und sympathy of the different counties of vicinity, where they can engage:; with zealous cause of all crime perpetrated in tho coun in the purchase. It has also been intimated -

Marine hospital 17U'!> the State: III its labors! to populate the :State devotion and without interruption in try. Xo one has ever mustered up enough that it is bought .in the interest Of
Care of foreign seamen................. 37.53
f Olllcial'/ I .:.. -17.40 of Florida., He was greatly pleased with their forms!! of worship.i Thinking i t there courage to insult our people) with the proposal time F.rlunger syndicate in order to extend

-- Marion county, which& he, says, would have might bo! !something i primitive and original to :set up\ bar-room in our midst.: So tho llrnnswick' & Albany via Columbus to

Total receipts-.$:fS8.88) been full to'overllowing with good, ,substantial III their method of conducting;: M.'rviccs .so mote it ho.-Afn>i>k
-I'c.ICOl.r .I'u/lrc( white citizens if we had used as: much remote from thc main travel, we attended Slun tr0 ,'. however, are us yet but surmises, and for the

1'1'(011.:11 H. effort in that direction as some of our sister their exercises.! Their large and commodi'ous \\' have received a letter! from a gentleman truth of the matter we must await develop

Our palmetto tree contains a sap, which, counties: with not one-fourth our merits. house was: filled with well dressed!! persons in St. Louis, Mo.( \who says' he has ulents.-C'ol,mnbml J1n'jurtr.

by evaporation, becomes a superior glue. The largest immigratum) to Florida wus! coining of both scves ; those who; Mt on the formed a very favorable opinion\ of i Humttr:!

The sap: is obtained by tapping the tree similar from the :Southern states, with: the largest front! scats hail on the be.sl: clothes RIIi'sung county ,from the commissioner of immigration .1 ,IU'I'UIIL10AY'' OJMTOK

to the manner in which the sugar maple part from Kentucky.\ )1 I'. Place a"; shred! the loudest ; tho>u near the door! laughed and wants Information in regard to -

I is!! tapped. One tree will run us much as his !audience that he intended to work hard and talked, walking in and out when disposed locating a colony Surnlerif/ blessed with ul'rn\u': $. HI-ICKfll: AT NEW YOliK-A tiKerrt'U -

two gallons 'fine glue produced is: teed in ,I I for the )peopling of Florida ; that a plan like white folks.Monror..-()" /'& Iluumnrr. good lands<< good water, good society, good ov TIIK rRlXCII'I.IX ov THE

shell work, und it I is!! thought that if introduced I had been adopted for this end, and that ho churches 1\1111100") schools. Situated about IlKI'Ullt.K-AM: IM11TY.Chuulcs .

it would supersede: all other mucil did not intend to allow it to (fail His!! plan The revenue cutter /'iJ' arrived from the time middle of the peninsula' wo have aneven ; !I Julius! (iiiitouu, tho u:!! ages; with cabinet-makers and book-binders. was to help. every county by getting the i temperature, with the breezes from one of tho Republican campaign speakers
eastern coast on Wednesday! evening last, lust That lie hl1lllelrll,1 tho
-The I Lon.'\V.1VithersL'poon addressed: county's assistance.! Thousands of letters both the Atlantic und (iiilf! but far enough : year. Hcpnh111111 -
lowing the small steamer' Xtttle, of the Knginccr's catechism pretty well Is: evident by the
a large crowd of our citizens of both colors, .. were monthly arriving at the olllce of the Department) which left this port for (from either coast to avoid epidemics and following extract from speech! delivered

J '4 at the Mansion[ : Square, on last Monday evening commissioner! of immigration, asking Information Portsmouth: ., some twelve days: sinco. severe storms. Thcro art largo t tracts of productive in New York on August 0, 1880 :
at eight o'clock, p. m. lie argued! that of all kinds about tho State ; that land in the county just suited for In October last!! in old Faneuil Hall, in
Lewis of the tUt'r"clt'I
Captain :
reports )Boston, I heard Senator Chandler who was
ho had been swindled by the Democrats out these letters were largely answered: by the colonies, which now area little remote! from
that ho broke down sumo forty miles: to the {the keenest! Roman of as all say that the
of his seat in Congress;: ; that he would furnish commissioner, but could be more satisfactorily northward of Capo Canaveral: and drifted transportation t but in less than two years rebel spirit then was the same! that it was

the proof of the pudding, and that Mr. answered if each county would speakfor !!cn'raillays before ho was fortunately, seen every portion of the county will have a railroad twenty' )'esl0s ugo, just; prior to the breaking
Davidson the incumbent would be itself. To ;\ this he out ot the rebellion, and he was right. The
present accomplish; )proposedthis passing' : through; !, it. The Peninsular
by the DLt. The Xrtllc will he repaired: here Democrats} now in t ho majority in Congress,
compelled to retire, for awhile, from publiclife. )plan : Let each\ count)' organize an Im and steam for her 1IItilllllioll.--'O fear : ISaihvuy N now being built from Ocala to would precipitate this action into mother .

The speaker said that he could prove mlgl"Utionsiloclalioll: having regular ofllc- that the fine undulating country reported by I Luko Punasoffkcc, passing' : through one of save for !President Hayes and his stalwart
that he had been swindle out of 1,200: votes crs ; let the association get up a pamphlet the best: portions our county. The Florida Cabinet. Tho }Democratic majority now in
the United States; surveyor. Captain ])u val,
makes it
that the I'ret.Ident I-
in Jefferson{ alone. At the conclusion descriptive of its! county, setting forth such Congress I imperative
county Southern Kuilvvay, now being built from
as: existing: east of Choi-oMska: will prove u and Cabinet be Republican, otherwise",
of the speaker's remarks, the "M..scr facts as! would bo interesting! information to myth. 'flint (portion of the peninsula is us 1'alat.ka ialnesvillc(; has already let the the national govcrn'mcnt will be entirely

was passed around, and about ten dollars tho immigrant ; let each community, neighborhood well known to most of the army as that surrounding contract to i build ono hundred miles south of controlled by ox-rebels and their Northern
collected. ,lpaltuicOIR'Tinea settlement! und town in each friends. Thu Democratic) party" are punting
were ; county Live] Oak junction, and the work will be
Tumpu bay. The Fourth United
for tho national treasury. Thev have been,
lllll nbo rough. be fully r represented that pamphlet ; States artillery built a stockade (Fort Doane) dispatched rapidly.' This!! road will tap Orange starving since Buchanan retires( in lKGlaiid\

The vegetable business: on the Munutcu that the pamphlets would be distributed by to ere in lS. .>, and occcupied it for Home Lake, Lake Weir, Lecshnrg. the Pulat- they are dreadfully\ hungry. They wilt
river has been very profitable this year. Colonel the commissioner to the thousands of people months until the heavy rains! almost! flooded[ lakaha country ( when Homo of the best make a desperate effort to get in this! time
under the loud oft hut gallant soldier OenerulHancock.
William I. Turner, who has: been u successful writing after information, antI thus each the whole country and compelled' the troops' lands in the ('oulltyaro to bo found), and Hancock's nomination! was, 1\011-: :

cotton planter, says! that lie has county would be represented to each )party to vacate it. It is U \fiat pine' und palmetto;, then on to Tampa. Sumter county offers send to tho Democratic! party, and they will
made more clear\ money off of twentytwoacres contemplating (immigrating to Florida ; that country interxpcr&ed:: with cypress ponds and superior ad vantages Ii)colonies, und[ it would make time most of it. They uro trying torn*

of land planted} In vegetables than he a copy, or abstract, of each letter received by only an occasional{ immml, which was cultivated he \\"1'1for\ a representative to visit time county hlm'uH!Poor Horace they went did Horace down III Jreeley; that combination in 1872.
has ever made by planting other the commissioner would be sent to each secretary on U prosjicctingt our.-Isit'turyHAJLHO.ltt .1 II 1(1 mice.
any crops. by the Indians. When Luke Okcechobce ( and the chances are that Hancock will
i This speaks! well Manatee, and the plant. of th'e county associations, and they is full, it is overflowed almost entirely. lo likewise. Thighs: time 'insuo! -unolid North
ing interest there ; and when we get railroads could communicate with the expected immigrants. .-A'of the iitlf.. XOTKS.1UII.K04II against u bolid :South. Tho North conquered
to afford South This was about the substance: of the !South on the field of bottle, ami nowthey
: hpeody transportation, Mr. S. H. I I..owe returned on Sunday, June must do it at the 'polls in November (lr
Florida will be the winter garden for the Mr. I'lace's remarks. He was asked a good 12th from his TO I.-.KK .\I'III'KA.-\t last; the they may 'have to light} another war Yemen
plantation on Key Largo
North and Northwest. 1 la 11 road communication many questions! which he promptly and intelligently necessary subscriptions to secure! the building vvhoHc sons |>crlsiicd (in the war, what
with Tampa Is now a fixed fact. The answered. The meeting thought where; he had been superintending tho shipment of the South Florida Railroad to Luko say you to thoUsue? Hhalfwo have anotherwar
of his pinc-alupleerupwhich| amounted ? Shall our national\ treasury bo controlled .
Transit Road will be completed to the south there wus no better plan for securing immigration 4\IK'l'ka| have l teen secured, and the early by ex-rebel and their Northern allies -
to INHJO about
>season IIIIJJelli 700
ofl'anasofkee lake, in Sumter county it is to the county, andou motion of Mr. over ; opening up of that |is/rtloit said by the knowing ones, in time, to carry James A. Harris! Tuesday, the 12th day of dozen having been ruiscd by ulher parties, railroad communication i is assured."" Wecongrutulato Southern war claim bo liquidate! ?' If you
off the present rop.e- hardly think M; July, was appointed for a meeting of the cit making over 2>,1)00 dozen! that have been ; our friend of the western portion want tho republic bankrupted, with the:
thipcd| from Key largo to New York this | of another war, mako. Iia11toekl'reshdent. !
but it is certain to be pushed forward as rapidly izens to organize an association! Mr. Harris 1it'fIK.III.r.. &111. Lowe has more land in of Orange county upon this stroke of good If you want prosperity apt)
as possible, as the construction is: under then offered a resolution on behalf of the fortune. It o|>cns up to them a new era ofprosperity peace, make (jarfield President, und tho republic
the care of Mr. Agnew, one of the most meeting, thanking Mr. Place for the interest cultivation ujion these Keys, than any one and material development. In will develop' it till it become' thegreatest
else, and his energy has made every foot of and wealthiest nation on the globe."
be has taken in and the tho
thorough-going citizens of Marion county. our county plan taxing themsc-lvc to secure road they
Tills IIlw'Ch11" 'printed n* a campaign
it well. The time is not far distant when
Whatevergnew undertakes to do. Is well given us for obtaining immigrants, which pay have done well. It will I Ix worth to-them document by (the Republican National Committee -
foot of cultivatable land from
done, and, too, without delay,-Tamp Sable West will be (taken and
to Key up handy man to have around << a
dutn. Petals Plucked from Sunny Clime, etc., in advance in thedevelopmentofthecounty young during
Marion. visited!! Ocala l last winter, and the foowing'Ii )) : planted vegetable and tropical fruits ; no at large. It Ii a very favorable fact that,- so Journal Presidential, t campaign.-LoudriUe Courier-

The following i is a correct statement! of the her impression! of Ocala, as given in a other itorUon of America ha tut many udvantagc fur at least, no one portion of the county la .

number of packages of vegetables carried by letter to the Sunny South, Atlanta. She writes *. -A'ry Weil licmocrut.Oranye. being built up ut the exi>ense of any other Tilt UK AT.

the steamer -Alpha during the years 18i.O-S1. from Silver Spring : Ocala., six miles from section, Of course each community U earnestly W.WIIIXOTOX, July 13.-Intense heater*...
The first crate was shipj-d from Lochbie, here, which boost a apopulation of nearly lion. J, f;. Sjieer, of SomthIoe'l'ka| wusin at work in its own interest, hut while iMirted from many j IKJlntll f in |lime "-et
44 February 17th, 180, and the first crate was two thousand inhabitants will soon have a Sanford: )last Saturday on railroad business. thU spirit of rivalry exist to some extent, it from Cincinnati Miiistroke! there yesterday.Riamo.M. were twenty-seven, deaths.

hipped from Lochbie, March 15th, 181, nice steam car running to and from the In conversation with him he informed us is everywhere teni.en-| << :ul I with gem'ru"ity, and VA. .
July 13-'fhe today -
a' : making the season of '81 nearly one month tpring. The recent completion of a new that the dredging of the canal, for the pur- I a hearty df ire that every other community reached lOS degree in the shade. According -
later thaJl.that of'80. Xo. |packages shipped railroal I (Will Waldo, DOW form. a connect. PMC of lowering the water on l..uko.IJOl.ka| ,, may he equally pnspucruuy| It 'N w..1that\ to the records, it was: the hotte day
in lt '0-}February. March 77, April HlU1J, Ing link with Ocala and the outside world[ and reclaiming the valuable cane and cotton this U *>. Nothing U to he gained by sectional known here fur many yean*. A number of j

May 0,885, June, 3.KH July 1,61"i; Xo. j ack.ugia giving a fresh impetus to all kind ..f Indus land around the margin Walt hteudilygoing II'I bickerings. Much can be attained one prostrations dcuth U from reported heat a*occurred yet, and, but that only o0-

hlpi d in 1641-March 18, April 2.474, trie The price of fertile land lying in this J on, and that nearly three mile had been through unityan.l harmony. }very mileof curred yesterday.TUB. ,

May 7i>:J-, Juno 9,+aill making a total of vicinity bus maJe gigantic leaps and lands are oornllcu.cl.uotJacr dredge; I is being built I railroad coimtrucled in tho county add! just .. \,

:?,610 package in 1%*O, and a total o/ ::IlM in good, demand. The ttter.llt're! ( ate first- in take .\P Pka; which when completed that much to the general development. It IIsMumsru' HIM- *)f' Juv cno.--Ou

1 packages in l&U-a difference of 1,412 pack. class 1 people, redolent.with t:'e blue blood of will commence( work, from the lake Hide and I bring Orange county just that much more the nth: CliariceIlor1M' \ .rrittldhuUvi. It will be wen from the aU-ve that Southern The dot. inimeu the bcfoiu the mind/of bill nf Injunction .gufnwl UiJ h&Wnm.luiKilijuinl
tc'rs. aristocracy. city an mw< other, which working: from the I Lconopictiouily UIONO who <
of Tennessee for wa |T.ri pilty *
although l the a average of'31 was ouch greater e bune! s with the bark vmiitry*ln the He..t.-p's-HCI\t'rnltr! ,\. 1' K. H.1ff'I"J.! of nretffklnv honnS In the State'and in .urc* ral"e.11 apj-cal will lee lukVtr tipremc t1.tuph i.

than that of '<,*), the >d.*. Thy can Ari/'lira, and Mr W II. Martin, g.neril l to m iiK-rca-H-d immigration. The &dviu. t't Hrt, the bill gus, '* fiW fl u->* <*.-'; .:),

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f J-Ja/lT: (r'CL CA., fraus! vid zc htonish-bags! In xe 'and If zey 85 there, walking about with a big manliness of tone: far above those Northern JtI7X.CS TO HI! OHSKUrilD.
1;; Til will not 'ave<< zoo, zcy will' take zo rupee ; 'hinoeular in his hands: looking out seaward organs which the selfish views of money The laws of health t laid l down in treatiseson
\ Eight: times the clock has struck ; trost 'cm for zat, my son' and entreating all sorts and ('flHtlonl of rings so industriously labor to circulate at Hygiene arc of, the same tenor and all
I ': The stars out o'orhead, Hut the recommendation was unpalatable men for the very earliest news of her being the South so as to pervert or control public amount to the same thing. These, taken
!I ; Tot ACIOS.S the air peep there comes and to a great extent I impracticable( \ so sighted. The fact: was that the rough, !cnorl'lt sentiment with I good admixture of common sense,
A sound of marching trca'd, i another firtu Achntrx was:' appealed! to, one old fellow was on the very tender- As to scholarship style, elevation of will suflice in the main to keep one in good
Tl: In city and village and town, 'I' Jack le Geste, a man much l addicted to chair hooks of anxiety and expectation, as nervous thought, the South ItJttll; with \paper, condition. Regularity of habit in eating, in
ROgI The children arc going to food. and practical joking as a schoolgirl, and behaving himself as published in almost unknown \ lUgl'oIi sleeping, In exercise, is essential to g-oOI
I whe, 'In this land of pearls and precious such which are models of classical ell' alee health ; food, nutritious, clean and well-
1101 With footsteps; swift or slow, stones, no ;go, dear boy) ,' !5111411 fr. le 0, "Then at last it was told him that the depth of thought, while those enjoying) a cooked, is another essential ; suitable clothing -
t With faces grave or bright. From I Domira Head to Point Calamerc \i,1 was in the ofling, was rounding the wider sphere of action are replete with all and habitation another ; cleanliness an
heed Uy two or threes they go, north'; south, cast, wevt-the women won't point, was at anchor in the harbor, ami in the Information required, to form an intelligent other. Huerhavo'tllrt'c rues{ for health are
) .I11; look at 1 have found out 10llgogo t tho master noel ulant's boat cushioned all opinion I of surrounding, events.Uut keep the head cool, the feet warm, and 1 the
peweil And each, with a backward glance, (live tip hunting, then, in these! oil- bedecked for the nuspieiouq occasion, Sandy it is true that Southern pal'er do not bov.els 111,'min." The difcnltwith/ most
Inca Calls cheerily out, "Good-night I" tried colonial l fields! and draw the home coyer Mcl'horson, 1'l'I.; of AiNa Craig; plaited display that pretended "enterprise". which people is that they) < ns
!?. Ion'tynu happen to know any bonnic rowed alongside, ame like<< he-Governor, marks the course of Northern contemporaries they please 1 oat when they have an impulsein
Ides Now darker grows the sky, lassie! in your) own 'Caledonia stern and the native spectators ob ervcl1 ; that Southern ppCf: do not pander to that direction, work when the fit takes
do1 The stars their watches keep, wild! or pretty\' coUtcti in the oi-leof shil- Scrambling up the f took a hasty) every vicious instinct ; that they I delight th'I. wear what they fancy ', go without '
I ere When next the clock shall strike Iciahs: ami shamrocks' who would be glad to glance at the many passengers assembled on in Stirling and exposing to the heat of sleep, indulge in all sorts of irregularitiesand
With hollow voice and deep, share curry and rice with you ? (Go and try the poop, and, instinctively. guessing that day) tho corrupt putrifymg mass of scandals impulses<, amid yet have good health all
tlnc In rlty'and village and town, those parts ; ,if not, have a haphazard: at Miss: Ethic was not among them, he dived and crimes which is pride of thosecrnleuporarics the time. The thing can't be done. We are
the The children will foe asleeji.Maryaret \ where I hail from, the Channel: 1 IUllll'1, below and confronted the stewardess. to place under the nostrilsof under, law, and health and halpinlss ('UI
' cfli f J.. Jufmson. Hl'ins-ny, niid precious good-looking. ; ones I, 'Miss X'etUI on board and well ?' their readers ; i is true that Southern civ be secured only by obedience onlyas
I too-nre U'll'lellUfullllere:' ( as cocoanuts lire asked he. il1.atiol, with it plantation manners," we learn and obey law.
1 for OUR COLONEL'S STORY.OR here, and maybe) one of thorn may foe induced .Vas! sir, ,' replied the matron ; and avery lot rejoice in offering; to truth and virtue If the skin is kept. warm, clean und in I
oillI ,- to dear out in your favor. Tailing nice, good, kind, pleasant young 11,1' the I'olltullinntilg Ill'tlil-lof a scandalous healthy condition, one is in little danger of '
Do 'rw'iXTTlIE 'CI'.IND Tin: Mr. those Islets! I know of no other dodge; than she is, and I've taken the<< greatest ;1 \ font ictde trial ; nor suffering from malaria C\'CI in I malarious
A stir! (
(ill indenting upon one of tho-c' cooperative; associations her, She felt sure that the gent was Miss! does! Southern journalism poison the minds locality The East Indian kindles a fire in
You all knew Sandy 1rcI'hcl'lolI'l"oInill ) which 1 furnish everything; even to X.'s husband l to be, and that there/!money of rising generations with illustrated biographies time jungle or the forest, alt clothed in flannel
1)I r our Colonel. a better-ha1C But| mind old faun they keep .in his purse for a gratuity, notwithstanding of the heroes, of the ring or the highway defies the ralaria. I is the practice of
I ala, "Intimately 1" ."Perfectly "As well roster for foreign service in their otticcs ; that, according to the terms of the pas! or the gallows. physicians) to visit patients sick with infectious -
th as my own brother, sir I" must of us replied, first lady) on the list, plain or \'I'dlfiJ'ltlir/ : (! ago money', steward's and stewardess' foes Those may be plantation manners but diseases after they) have eaten a full
thIn though, if the truth be told, there was not a duty ; you pays! your money, but you don't were included ; a fiction, l'lItt'III,1 pleasant those manners have some good in ,them meal and when the skin is in a manner insensible -
t man at that mess-table who had erer heard take your (' IOlI'e.' fiction, which you olt when when we (compare t the calendar of crimes between :, the blood being busy in the stomach -
r of Mr. McPherson before. You MM, It was! lint these suggestions: also: were considered yon JOIIOWI to tho'soa in ships. > the two sections, and chiefly the mo with the of digestion.. For the
rla the commanding olllccr who spoke, and it infeasible, and put aside. Presently: .' card to Ill.r. said the pale, tiHs inciting those c'rinll; on the one side, same t'l'U:11 Iro'cls to malarious influences
pit was always risky saying him when lie however, a thought struck McPherson. trembling gentleman. wait her coming !- cupidity ; on the other, a high! but too should be anticipated by suitable prep
t ; expected ) ) nay Le Gestc' aiIIIl', when I was a tnt ; nj> in that far corner of this ltoOI.: often mistaken or exaggerated feeling of personal aration as to food and clothing. It is said
oiL "They yea useJ to call him recollect, there lived in the neighborhood of nlef tlllerrs "Glancing( at the pasteboard, the woman dignity.Let i one never takes a chill" without first feeling .
i' fc 'the Great Unwashed ;' a vulgar but manse a widowed lady' with tvuortlireetlicn t disappeared, and presently there ascended, the parent say what he thinks of the clll.S long; as the surface of the
i tla.'l priatc tubrlfjiict, nevertheless, continued appro-the wee, very woe daughters.) From what I can stop by stop, from the regions below, first a obscene p periodicals m publicly exhibited! on our body warJIHI comfortable, there is:
I' fctcd chief Great on account of his burly and recollect ol them their means w'rl'crul1lltI., neat trw hat, trimmed with bright ribbons, thoroughfares, of the i indecent pictures.of the little danger that the malarial poison will be
preciously ugly person ; unwashed by reason not to U\'II\IIty"lItthl'\: I wore of good) blood beneath that hat a face somewhat wor with tempting allurements: held out to the imag absorbed by the skin. Nothing is a greater
: of IIH acorclited scant 1111uairittuice and form One of the children: the eldest t, years and cares, font still fresh and c0nmelyt 1) ination by their disgusting cuts ; and say protection from and also from bowelcomplaints
\ ntibl with brown Windsor, spring-water, and the If my) memory) serves me, was called KllioEflle -, nouh ; then aolight, compact( figure, whether such ,demoralizing publications can I than malara. The British army
functions of the dhirsce and dliobles, i, e", \('tslum, and promised to be, bonny, for draped.l in plain, well-fitting ,garments t.! or should be introduced 1 wilhil the family in India wear flannel the year) round, and
t i r tailors and washermen of the laud I can faintly recall I her blue eyes, flaxen shawled and ready for the shore. Miss UHle, circh'O' exposed to public gaze and since this regulation was introduced the suf.
: "On his coffee estate in the mountains. hair, rosy) complexion and J jimp little figure. seeker; ,";/ pcrtonu, stood before her hand- public places fering and death from climatic exposures
I' 11Jf and among his undraped and unscrubbcrtcoolies If she be alive she must be close on thirty ; blushing; 'celestial rosy rCIl Kven; t that corrupt society-the Romans of has greatly timillbhetl( An open fire in amalarious t
I this disregard for the comforts and for it is many years:' since, I came out hero astrippling I He'advanced from his vantageto the decadence !howl by the excavations locality is a great a
t conveniences of life went for nothing, por- ,and was ChinimDoray/lu i )) ( < little greet her; font, as he drew nigher, insteadof of Pompeii and Ilerculancum such protection, for dampness precedes chilliness.In .
; haps It tvas even in keeping with the surroundings master) on the Paycock estate, as my) klllllellll'lo'r the warm, affectionate welcome ho looked vile signs removed<< to a walled part of their many districts where chill and foyer prevails i{
tqI3p : but when he came to this city ) !'tylr(1that) << property.'( ( Mrs.! Neodum( for, there was 1 fixed stare, a shudder, a hasty cities, although the insignia of a Roman coffee; is considered( preventive; and '&
Jf l walked In its public gardens and esplanade, knew me well-bettor, indeed, than I know retreat, and a loud scream which resounded Lupanor, were far less gross than those paraded one compelled to exposure to the dews of 'I
It or showed with its swells at the band, hi* her I wonder if she and the bairns be in from stern to stem of the big ship, and through the pages of the "cnterprising"IleriodirlLls the morning or the evening, which are considered
appearance was something outrageous and the land of the heal or the living." brought every one from decks and cabins of the North. specially unwholesome, is fortified
it It II' tl9t Ins brother K. C. Jl.'s, meaning Knights; of 'Write indirectly and inquire' into the saloon; Southl'r jourul"l is pure, because it against them* by; drinking a cup of strong "
( the Coffee llerry, and not, as you mightsuppo.se "And Sandy did so, and ascertained: that '" Miss Needum-Effie, my dear girl, n pure 1-I0cet., (' pure by the sensitive Rio coffee that lias been boiled long enough 'r.
of the Order of the Bath, dressy men I his old l acquaintances, Miss Kflic included I what on earth is the matter,' hurriedly) honor of tit1cr s, by the 1 prompt to extract the bitter ingredient of the berry. ,f '
E I' 9t 9tb hereabouts, whatever they are on their plantations were still alive, and proudly bearing uii stammered. out the astounded( Sandy.. all fatal punishment of \'iulator of domestic Rio is preferred to other varieties being .
( cast him completely into the shade against the re* mtguntd doint. Armed with .' hiver my timbers, what IIls'the hvi- peace. No paper would less ripe and more efficient in its properties,
by their get-up and gorgcousncss.: which intelligence he '(, again returned sic?' put in the captain.. for ever have to publish the re\'ollg and disgusting I more medicine ul1II less beverage.. Sleep
As for the spinsters! and young widows lo Gcste. squalls, if you've annoyed her !l' And all !! details of I HecC'hcr-Tiol trial, because I ing rooms I in a malarious country should be
l C;c of the station, by Mars, Bacchus, Apollo, It is all right now, Mac,' said he ; your the bvstnnller echoed the words in more or the cause lawyerssay on alesrcuudorthirdfloor, above the S
H B virorum,' as Colonel Dumas in the play putsit course is as clear as dav. Send) a 'chit' to less threatening terms. She was c\'llI'ntl' would have at once been abated by the ing poisonous mists that cling to the card,,
there was scarce one but who fought shy! mater-farnilias N ; tell her that you) are 1 favorite on hoard 'Ishot- II" bar ; such as would have proven AC7. York .(
i t of admitting him into her presence as a well-to-do in the world, own lands and cattle ,' Oh, take him away !I' cried the ]lady pit- ellective I had, Governor Sprnguc made 1rilll( -
l' morning visitor, much) less as a suitor, men-servants! and maid-servants; that 1ty-take him away from me some one the < though many of these blooming ladies were you want to settle ; that as a whippersnapper I don't know him I I've Ll'CI mi\'ll. deceived the trigger in time-which, by thc way,
; on the sharp look-out for the silken chainsof you liked-no, better, say) loved Miss I I (ln't marry him- would have saved the country the bother Filthy hack yards are perhaps, loss common -
Ie matrimony, and Hark is-that is to say, Eflle, and ask her in plain' English to come I can't. Ho is lot Mr. McPherson who and shame of the present scuatorial contestin on the farm than at the village, the
f"' Mcl'herlilln-WI\4, as they knew, willing. out and marry) you.) .Above nil things, wrote to me, to whom I came out to mar- New York I town, or oven in the city, but the following
t !Jut disadvantages of person and attire though, bo sure and send your photograph, ; He is so ugly) Oh, such I dreadful fright Let the South hold on to those who have remarks from the St. Inuislnur; >lal of Ayri- ;
a notwithstanding, ho was a right good I foltoV you) are not such a very, very bad looking! Il return him his money I'll work rimy ever uphold her dignity, and let the South, culture are so appropriate when back yardsarc
'I, this same gentleman lie was honest, chap, Sandy, if you would only dross like a way lUck to my poor m otimerI! I'll do anything if the wants to preserve that high-toned permitted to become filthy, that we give
) hard-working, thrifty) siinple-mi11(1ed,'and Christian, not like a coolie!1' but I can t be his wife! It rather morality and lofty sense of honor which them to the renlll'r of the Register with our
I f from being a mere adventurer without in- "Ho:! the letter was written, submitted to die first l'! have made her women the admiration and full endorsement :
1 1I I. terest, friends", or money, ho had, selfhelpedonly le Gcste's inspection, sealing, postingand I in 'Miss Xeedum, don't, indeed, understand the envy of the world, eschew the contamination It is a filthy practice to throw the dirty
saved up the bawbees little by little ; due course was received by) the Nccduins, in this,' said the takcn-ahack and completely ,of "enterprising"'papers and continue water which accumulates from the kitchenby
[: had bought patch alter patch, acre after whose littlo household it created no small flabbergasted one. What does it all her generous support to her own ]local papers the back door or near tho well, ns many
\ ',. acre, of virgin land ; cut down its timber amount of astonishment, and was much mean ? ale ,we notj; engaged ? Have you -tho!c who have struggled through are in the habit of (1oim It makes the
\I ( cleared It, planted, and now he had squattetdown spelt and pondered over, especially by tho not come out of your own free will to accept long; years of suffering and temptations, and ground look filthy ; the side of tho houseis
II II I free from encumbrances! on Ail a damsel! most concc'rnetl-shll a comely, If tho homo and the love I offer you ? Did I finally brought her out of the desert in sightof frequently) spattered, and it makes thcsurrounuings .
I Craig; as he called his property as pretty even somewhat jminfe body-and who, after not send you my) likeness?' the land of promise.-Mobile licgistcr.CAXXIXO unhealthy Dirty and greasy
I i I and as fruitful a small 'ullce estate as could 1 a while, consented to go out and wed her 14' Xu, lit,!' water from the kitchen which is not rich
suitor I did. taken by COlIn \. enough for hogs should be carried to the
l he found in one of the most picturesque districts Surely I was (olmU" .
\ t of this lovely island. 'After all, mother dear; she said, 'h(' has on, our (loot lhotograph'r.' and the vicinity of Uoston there arc numerous cultivated ground "where it will do the
rvw house and homo for me maybe by and by it to sir most i is no very great task to do
F, "I wish that I could give you evmi111iiint ; gave me (: establishments:devoted to the canningof 0011" I
idea of the exquisite beauty of its scenery, for too, Jennie ; and I'll do what I canto there i is no (flattery 'ere your worst 1 hene-, green corn, as the is similar this if ( is provided for that purpose.
\ as it stood on a range of lofty hills looking ttchp' you. It's t the<< best t thing for me. lilies would allithnt."In', I myself) putit to that to nul all articles of preservedfood There should be one bucket for the slop and
't still And really, Mr. I inside the (' .' for dirty water The cook should never
out on higher mountains, clothed to cl'ht.'r-loll-ur.1 suppose arc subjected, description of the<< OIl
+ their very summits with hoary forest trees. 1 ought to call hini Alexander yet young I repeat no-decidedly and emphatically method will serve as t an example for there be compelled to go out with every little bit
\ wish I could paint that mighty waterfall almost ami not bad-lnokiug.; (Quite the l'olltrar-,) not! Look at this,' and drawing from t. The is planted expressly for this mil' water, for the steps she has to take in one '
beside the house, as it came rushing very very) nice-louking; see the photo he her bosom a little locket, she opened it, and purpose, allt cor when it is in condition to can, day, if paid for, would be more than the interest ;
and t tearing over beds and boulders of rock, has sent us.; displayed the head and face of a younger, it is stripped' of its husks, after which it is on the cost of a bucket Resides this,
tumbling with an incessant roar into a foaming "And Bliss Jennie quite agreed with her much handsomer, 1\11ln every outward re thoroughly wiped to remove the silks. It is it would keep the yard clean ali
\ ,{ river below. I would I were able to picture elder sister that Mr.I McPherson: was a )beauty. spect more lovable man than the scared then passed along to another set of hands, healthy, and assist in mnintlnlng habits of
,, tho slopes green with scented grass, the one now before her. It was tho counterfeit who, with knives made for this cut tidiness ; and tho (' thrownon
: Holds white at one season! with the snowy: Well, my bairns: ,' said the old 1 lady: 'I i presentment of Mr. Jack It Gcste, and I oil*the kernels-front the cob. This purpose work is the strawberry bed or v :1r. blossoms, and at another red with the ripening can't gainsay you but that the portrait N I leave you to imagine what McPhcison done over a large wooden hopper there being times of drouth would more than pay for I
fruit of the coffee bushes, the towering winsome and douce enough ; but, as call to thought. when ho saw It there generally four at work at one machine bucket and nn oil barrel, or something of
crags glowing with 1 [bright tropical !tl flower, mind( tho )boy Sandy) t the son, of t the minis.tor "How could it >got into the locket, you I and ) the (hanll allowed to drop that kind, which can be bought cheap. It
\ and the stet'declivities vcrdantto t th'ir'l'r,)' he was not nearly so seemly 1 and well- ask? Why, in, the simplest way in the through into a tub. When this is full, it i is will be these t outlay of a little money to
basis with urns and lichens. I can't do it, favored. I Hut it is, indeed, lang sync since world That good.for-nothmiug fellow, le taken to another room, where it is weighedout provide conveniences for the good and
,. \. boys, and I won't try. All that I want to let I sot eyes (III him, and likely ho has got (jt.ootl' Whl'l Sandy's letter came into his in small quantities, each amount justsuthicient comfort of all cOI1Ted-J/ubile lleyister.
i1. you know is that it was a deuced nice sort ofa handsomer as he got older !'lIlI\lIlIIl'lI do." possession, thought to 'sell him and so to fill a can, the<< corn being forced _. -
place this habitat\ of tho McPherson ; ami "Then everything being settled, Miss: !surreptitiously removed his curia tie finite, into the can by means<< of a powerful automatic )-rofl'loluIUltl Business 'urd"
that to bo settled there with one's household Needum accepted her kismet, agreed to go Ollt of his own, and Ethic had press, which operates very rapidly!
gods and oolloo selling at seventy eighty) out, and her lover--opcnhandcd. honorable, worn it C\'Cr since. The cans are then taken to tho soldering "'-1. is. c. IUB1'EE:,
shillings per hundredweight in the market, true, as 1 have already told you he was- "The poor doil of I disappointed bridegroom room, where each is carefully wiped and the
would pay a precious deal better than does sent the wherewithal for passage and outfit. pleaded bard, and tried every tll1lt \ top soldered on, hole being in / 1 EXKRAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
her most gracious Majesty-God bless herald "A III I pending the many" many weeks:l to induce the girl to let Utter\ the cover to smal escape of mate. 'he
the command of tills dear old corps with that elapsed, amid while the good shin Queen ress. but she was obstlnatn mil ,lct'rmlCl next step is the cooking which is CE Tm ST., MJVB R. n, DEPOT,
its unruly) nubs. oftfenwlib was. sailing round t the Cape: for "She would esteem and ( placing the cans in wool1n'atl, with
80, no doubt, too, thought its owner as her destination, a change!, a radical change, ways, but nothing more. To let the cat out water and kept at the boiling fled FKRNANDINA, FLA.
''I lio lolled and smoked his cottage front came over the life and habits of our bride- of the bag Miss Ktlio had fallen mot tll.pt.'ratdy After being cooked awhile, the btlIf cans
and gazed at tho silver bloom or the nuldy expecting friend 1 lo east into the limbo of in love with the picture of her sum p- are h'ut out, the airholes newly opened, liny, Corn, Out N
I cherries of his trees growing ,almost. up to things! done with his eoa 'cumlies' roughdumgaroos jiosed .\ll'Xllltll'r. and, in vulgar language, and they are subjected to a thorough shak -_ .
the very door. Hut it was a poor, ungnruished : ,' and other country clothing, spooned, over it awfully during the tedious ing to force out the air which operation is
comfortless, : higgledy-piggledy: sort and bursts out into Furope: -11iuster' linen, and lone hours of 1 long voyage. Of course, most this the corn is again J"IS1tGI.X,
of homestead that tweeds and Ho purchased! largely shin imagined that it was her intended husband ImplIrtnntflr. .
a same dwelling-house, serges. (' ) (.] airtight, and theyare AND BUILDER
II (jr whatever else friend Sandy had done<< tot I house furniture and nicknacks ; he boughta she vas approving, or i she WHUh not then( ready for market. All articles are pONTRACTOR
ward tho beattlifyhngund of his lady's horso ami a Peat's side-saddle be have done certainly
fertilizing ; not treated in a similar manner, with the<< Alachua Street
# laud, his root-tree, like his wardrobe had. whose: equine proclivities 'had never extended ":I, quite chopfallen in the maddc tine of preparing them for the )'xcep between Second and Third.
t 1", been utterly neglected Both wanted just )beyond a shaggy mountain pony and atattered of rages McPherson returned to his estate. cess, and when finished they are practically FKRNANDINA; FLA.
I. exactly what he ) did-the wife and torn Iih: :tkln, He told his old "Arrived thlf" ho cut from ono of his imperishable<< as they will keep for in
tit clement to /bet: them siiiji-shape and presentable flames and chums that he was going in forth collie bushes the thickest and knottiest of any climate.-Cultivator.TllK 'ear OJI'r and estimates from a" distance care
..-' ; and as you have heard before for that <<.' llcnodict and bashfully listened to the<< sticks, and proceeded with it in search of lo fully. attended to. '.5tfc
if( desideratum ho was on the jul titr. 'riles and ieorsof the one-- and the chaff Hl'te.; but, fortunately for the jester, he VALUE OP COTTON SEED -- -- -- '---'-- ._

t e 1 "Now, you young: gentlemen who an? in and laugh of the<< other. had made trlk" and vvaigune. Pit 01)UCTS. O. S. f.UIS.
t-sr'+ the,habit of lawn-tennising) afternoon tea- "Uut, barring 'The 1 Groat Unwashed l "Then Il reverted to his old customs and The of the
r T ing talking, spooning walking, tlrlvlll himself; no ono was more taken aback) utth" habits, sold his not now nece little goodsand Crushers'proceedings Convention at recent Cincinnati Cottqn developed Seed AND IULHm,
with all the feminities, and colored, of course of events than Tamby, !his )long. chattels, and tfiought as as he
this place, and who think, that voii have serving 4apMM| )' or butler. That function. could of the false Kllie. the some value very of the important meal facts with regardto << MtMFlCTCBESMOULDIXGS o
a ask and ) saw cuolio after coolie arrive .\iI tickle ricinltsercaturewoman. prn.luc as a fertilizer
only to be rl'Cl'ln'tl-whdl 1 beg ary ut a A and tul+ and for stock. BRACKETS SAWED AND'OXTRACTOR
and entreat you will not .put to the tot, cutting Craig!; with load iiwm load of unknown and' Listen, Il'ltl'lt'l, to another, l'xellllcu. Hamilton as,foOl of l.., said example he found Mr.( TURNED; BA LUS'FEIS'NE1VELS; ,
he up the metis and on-can't 'perhaps timuui.ualg.ANdy ; and although; in the Lines, thin of( dictum. atom peed inferior STAIR RAILS, WOOD EAVESTROUGHS
( scarcely to
.gH w realize to yourselves tho dlllicultics the wor and other native resorts, he might have expressed .In the "line "hli> In which, shor.ly after<< fertilizer Jwal, truth invaluable guano SHEATHING.WEATHERBOARD -
as a ; as food for
f I am pcaking of had met with in even his bewilderment, yet in his limas.ter'a the breaking off of her intended espousal, cattle. In exchanging meal for seed -
s- this: overstocked matrimonial presence ho reserved a stolid )l"l Xeedum sailed fur England: ,therecame. ton of the former one ING AXD FLOOR
was given two
hookers Hut when one day string of toU"1I1'1 almost. the last minute, slim, and I
; i The Anglefralls. the Hunters, the a ll hl\lnl. at I half tons of the latter. Another member ING.
t i iam lots of girls whom I will not name, hadKnubbixl carts) drew up and from beneath their leaf- dark-huirttl, |Mod-Iooklii U\U going home! had actual
or turned their pretty noses at him covered tilts there were dragged out matsand MHIIO !al.I. for health ; others, in fear und dtmontrah..l I) that the experiment on Stair mud Church WorkA
u meal is the
when he carpets sofas chair tables what-nut trembling of an irate Gael with a huge btick'
carne a wooing ; UIUill/: tiolen ro- best fertilizer used tobacco SPECIALTY.DOORS
lent, he remained abaehelorauathemtatizing then his apparent indittVrcnce ami his nig; in his hands. He this as it may, the healthseeker their ever on lands, .

t'1n his ill-luck, uiidventhtghisdisapohntuumitse ger..' tongue l'ouhlhuht out no hunger or the fugitive -take which you tripling, and is Irurtre rapacity in cattle threeyears AND WINDOW
the backs Why master kick all his jtublierer? other than le. Ge te : FU.Un
upon shirking and recusant up please--war no
eo|; Tamil coolies the recognized natural ene- What for he want all dese tings on wattle,' and, to close my btur)'when the tt'ssetImtchtrl to food.have.Again increased, Mr.( by Uafoer the, of use Selma.of cotton claimed seed Post Office I I 171. 01 \.1. SIZI;..
JH ,. tales. of coffee and the scapegoats of its cultiit -, (estate 1)) he Inquired. at St. l Helena fur water and! l"ro"ls'lUll" meal, the Jan llx
r ta'Or3 14.1 young lady I is now on her way from he all Ethic: went on shore and returned hales.production on |ioor of 18 1'\Mal\1ua. Fla.W. k
hales to In fact there
<< << was unanimous -- -
Prear 'Then as u last rewmrce he sought, among Scotland to marry me. Ta mby.' I man all wife,-Lomlu $, ". 1 to the value of the cotton K. H.l7K\ICJIITt
'his brethren of the berry around counsel<< 1 as Marry( f IMray (master) going take wife I. meal and cake, not only for feeding cattle AGEST '
) ,
after all dU ..JOU1t1'.tl.ISjf.The ,
to tho most advisable method of getting tho 1'111hUtg time do too wt'liwlllllut *
fertilizer. In
but as the of a feed- WHOLE*.\LE ASIl
a >-nce led help-mite : and tho first man he r'' remark of Tl>f /'ryVir on the importance stuff i is being used in qualty : Swe Rt''L
'tJu..oHt..t! ,.l was Jlerr( Thaler, a successful and 4' Ya I of journalism have nt fallen unheed.td. den. Norway, and to extent in Russia BUTClmU STOCK DEALER. ,
onO ;rl"1! I. -rUI.III'h..,sf estate Ikirdcrcd on :11151 Den 1>> master plea' e, I tti'o'haJ1t''IIU, They have 1 IUI uu who not 011' in According to the New<< lore ricayuuf, the ASD
Sur. No my custom stop vvid lady III bumig.aluw. '. Utaltr iu lee.TENNESSEE .
I Crau.S.I other ('inmlli' <*. but 1111..t ( \'n farmers of Louisiana are to tn'the
I w>:5' mid that porMinajif. 'Zen? UI MitMer'( miv-Is ..mll" tna!>h'r'.. app041go citizens, and i.. tHVvtt\ daily becomingmore eflfrnicy of. this home beginning product and a : : BEEF SPECIALTY
( '
i r ) .'Jiinjsiuoiveasy! iveou"at rugged nl, ylalstertakeloin'. und m in \{>ible. more treneral appreciation of its utility will URI):STREET WHARF.
I 'Jutru iuJire awr** old i-liles not fit for 'Ounds- "ar the time fir the nrrivt| of the t "imt af Without say sectional vanity, but ju!>tiii".l .timiu ate agriculturist is to take better care of 12t( FERNANDINA; FLA
{ ditch or any J uden fctraase, buy von big tub, <&<..{..'& drew 11,1. wfL.r. ,' til! it iw(" of ,' h. ;be fact ap1un'Southern journal the sect!. \hit the trlhht1 will bo enabledto -. -, -- --- --- -
liuin frrmUget aouiff Europe-muster cuts, our I" ... and many it na. p I.... |ii+, tuitj in .tatesiiun>bip. in enlightenediutri luy'thcm IJUer price for PRINTING, In style and at
11 : It-S1'lu."h every .
; fraulein and rid U-r- Bible for ,that slow ti in ( ,\ JOU
: sad' tit return ft xe unl.ilr l'mt to rvaili tt; ,m independence' ul'ill.8n Xtl,: lowest rutea, at the MIKKOII office, ,


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uIXTI I;; IiXCITnJCRY1' Itailroadx." r'-s---\.\ \ : II I'nrTIIIII''IIIr: \palachlcola' : if In., andeven' pcrMRil,1N ialNE"Pr.yvia

We read from time to time In telegraphic --- .. -- ---...- .. ----. IIAIIAVAY. Saturday for Columbus\ (la., and! Eti

dispatches rather relative to the arrest with! of criminal in ., 'l'Dm CARD: I "'n, 'ross-Short I.hu' faula, Ala.Connects. with steamer (1!. innby Jordan' :
or parties charged crimo. various Fla.
for Apalachicola and
of the South and West that "111' OF Till every Sunday ,
.. 1\I\l1110Cr June 20 1881 I 1'ass- \ for Columbus and Kuf.iula
tense excitement prevails" Thin conditionof On Sunday, every Tuesday ,
affairs is too often followed by the lynch ATt.\XTIl'OUI.1-.'..q' I INDIA) TRANSIT ongcr Trains will run daily over the Waycross Ali
Short Line as follows] : Connects at Ijike City with trains on the
ing of the prisoners. RAILROAD 1
\ Florida Central Railroad: for Jacksonville .
While in our own and other states of the Mist .M.ul. ;u l'lihle'
: and, St. Johns (River:\ ]o'1'rl1ltlltilll111111: Cedar 11S I i:: .\ II
South lynch law 1 isalmost \\l1kIlOWI1.I'i\l'h' I is PENINSULAR: : RAILROAD: SIMI'Sf
in Lt'n.Jllck'lll.Il1t.! \ .. 7.35: n. m. 5.25 p. in.Arrho Key WILLIAM( 0, AMES, UN.MA --_
not the CSC Texas and several additional )--i M-I--M-B
( Walda Branch,) Jacksonville.... 8.40) p. Lit. 8.10 n. in. icncral 1'II'ngt'rgl'nt..
!states. lnten and excitement prevails in thou Leave tall.ilian' ......... 8.12:! a. nn. (I.'.".* p. in.Arric ---- ---.-----..-.. ---......--. .---- Will leave Cedar Key
often the law is
too broken
too often in
.\::0.\1 Waycross.11.07 u. m. 0.15 I p. in.Arrive n. LlIlll.11'IN'l'1AI11t.I1L1N.11): \ \ : : : : : \ .
punishing! those who have om"11l1cII1ln t
Jcsup\ .12.35: noon. It.05; p. III. FOR NEW: ORLEANS EVERY:
it. This punishment is indicted, not from a FKRXAND1NA: } .fe .J.t'KOO1I.J.l: :
Arrive Brunswick. O.H( > p. iii. 5.30: a. in. OIXU ,n'. sense! that outraged law and demand
" it; but from passionate' thirst justice for rl'H'ngl"nnd RAILROAD.In : Arrive Savannah....,.. 3.0(1I.( \ in. 2.1X1:.! a. mm,. Leave Jacksonville ... N:15: \. :M.

those who thus take the law into their Leave Savannah: for LcaveV1ih', llouso. J ::53 .\. ar.I.euve .
own hands run the terrible"kufputtingto Florida..... ............ 1..'11I.. nu 10.30: \p. ni. Baldwin\ .. \IIU! :: .\. M.Leave .

death an innocent man. Lynch law I has Kffcct May Ctl, JSS1. .\I'I'I'cIncllll.. ".Mi I )p. in. ;.0011. III. l1arh\\.i\It'\ 0:5.: A. M.Leave FOR KEY: WKST: AND HAVANAKVKRY

In Arrive Charleston..... H.IIII.: | in. .rI\II1. in. Sanderson.. ....10:10: A. M.IxnveOlnsteo .
done this Tiiiiw than one .m.insfntipn....... .. h:.ttono : OTHKU SATURDAY.
o bt"mn Leave Charleston for I : A. at. .

It may be said, that in the State of Texas" f.OINU ,e t'TII. Florida........ ......... ;.-Illa. m. :3.30:. p. in. Leave )It. Carrie...........11:45:( A. M.
.\rr \Atlanta. 3.A1a.In. t2.5llnmmimArrive Leave 1.11\'I'l'i\\ :I.' I'. si.Leave .
t and also I in some parts of t the West! lawless! Leave Fernandina............... ...... ... !0.(0a.nt.( Augusta ........10.W p. m. .1.15 p. in. Live Oak. 2'iO:: i\ M.Leave .

desperadoes, have: gathered from all parts ofthe Leave Hart's Road.............. ........ !L47 a.m. Arrive Montgomery.( .. !'I.tltl1.11I.\ Madison, : .4:15( : P.1.: PARSONS: A: HALl:, Agents,

country, and that stern retribution Leave Cullahan .................. ........10.52' :I..111.Lt.'II'l' Arrive Washington.... 0.llIu.111.: ) !tl.lO) a. ma.l. I Leave \\riflnll..1( ,40 r. si.Leave 0-13t! Cedar Key Fla.
should quickly follow crime so as! to repress 1 Dutton............ ......... ......... I 11.22a.m. Washington daily Tallahassee 8:50 -..-- -... -
this dangerous class of men. The law, it may .. ........... : r. si.
Branch ... 11.3S:
; Leave: Brandy a.m. B. .t 1'I.I! \ in. 10.30: n. in. I.l'It2l1illt'Y.In:::! r. si.Arrive Slllllhat SCIIIZfJ.la:
III l.IIJl' !said is! to j slow in its processes, and 1.I\"c Baldwin l ......... ......... .........1'2.0:1: p.m. Washington: daily '
( 11:1 tt 11 hood hiee River..I1fiO I:I : r. M.:
the criminal i is given by it a chance to escape.To Leave Max ville I ...... .....................12.:1:1: : p.m. (limited express) ). 0.30: 1\. in.Ar. .
this! it can be replied, that lawlessness! can Leave Lawtey ............. .............. l.l.'l: '.11L New York daily, 01)1 Nil K\1
never be repressed, thoroughly by lighting it Leave Temple's( ......... ...... ............ 1.2! p.m. P. |B.{ H. 0.15 a. in. 5.10 \I'. in.Ar. 1/cavc Chattahoochee\ River: ......... 4-550:: .t. M.Arrive .-- '. *- .......

with lawll ,!"ne's. Yon can tight lire with Leave Starke ........................ ...... L.'W: p.m. hew York daily, i Jniney...................... 5:52:" .\. si.
tire, but not crime with crime. Ami that it Leave 'fh II!'!"tllll ...... .................... 1.51 p.m. (limited express). :3.50 \p. in. Arrive '1' <1<('I'.I. 7'fO:: A. si.Arrive {JST. JOIIXSJ} {JC'ITYPOIXTJ}

is crime for men to take the law into their I Leave Waldo........................... ... 2.'ll: p.m. Express\ daily.i Drifton) 0:3i.t:: si. .____- !II- a_.....

own hands is acknowledged by all thinking Leave (Uainesville........ ............... :amen: p.m. Fast: Mail daily except\ :Sunday.TIMK. Arrive Madison! .11 ..'10 .\. si,

men. When the law is strictly enforced in Ix-ave] Arredondo ...... ......... ......... 3.52 p.m. .\1'1'1I.h'l' It1): r. si.

a community and its olllcers obeyed; and respected Leave flatten ......... ..................... 4.07p.m. Arrive I-ake City.. 4:00: i'. at.
desperadoes! will soon f find the climate ]i. Leave] Archer............ .................. 4.2 9!) p.m. IT.) Savannah...71 hoursTo Arrl'l'It.. Carrie. 4\11': at.

1 : of that place by no means! healthy for Leave Bronson ........................... 5.01 p.m. : New York hours hoursTo Arrive Ohistee\ ... 4:51: I'. at.
:\( .12
1 them. Leave Otter Creek....................... !i.10 p.m. nl'lIn Arrive Sanderson. 5:10:1 r. si.Arrive .
Hut therc arc communities both in the South i Ll'a\'e Rosewood: ..... ........ ........... II.\\II( p.m. To Augusta: H hours. Darbyyille. .. To .........................'M:I hours.To .
and West where there has been no I irruption Arrive Cedar Key....................... n.,).') p.m. Washington Arrive \Baldwin\ .............. (0:4,1!: r. si. "
r of desperate characters, where 1 lynch law has Atlanta.1!) hours. .lrriveVhite House, 7:25; \TTILL I leave Fernandina for Jacksonville
: p. si.
t been resorted to. These! have no excuse. The U)1 JiOHTH.. To Charleston t hours? fV and J'alatka, and intermediate\ landings
Arrive .. ..
Jacksonville.... .. .. ....... 8:00: p. M.CONNIPTIONS. .
}people have been ('arri'lluway by e'b'cn a gust of Leave Cedar Kev.......................... 5.30' a.m. THROUUH SLKKPKRS.: : .-At Baldwin\ with A., (L it on the St. John's River: and Savannah
and the authorities h and Charleston\ folovvs
passion to, them. It i is true" that these powerless Leave Rosewood,......................... n.l0.111.. Ji'1-Jacksonville to Charleston. W. I. 'I'\ II. 11., for Cedar Key, Oaincsville as! :

takes of lawlessness oppose are rare, but every onethat Leave Otter Creek....................... 7.00.111.. ';:. Jacksonville( \ to Macon.'Jacksonville mill I J.'l.rtllI\1lilln.II\111 all points North and From I'VrnandinnFOR

takes the Ix-uve 7.42a.m. jt7 to :Montgomery.Passengers West ; at latke City for I Tallahassee, Albany,
but place also the injures not in which only it community Leave Archer.............................. .IH \.111. Savannah, 1\I111111 )points North and West ; JACKSONVILLE AND PALATKA,

is this the state with regard occurs.to the Leave Button ..................... ......... 8.38 \.111. taking the :Savannah: sleeper at Jacksonville with St.t, Joints River Steam JnKVKRY WKDNKSDAY.From .- .

South.Especially The of case between the Leave Arredondo ........................ 8.58 a.m. and arriving at Savannah at :2.00( a. in., may ers. J. S. McKLROY( : ,

sections has not era progressed good feeling far to Leave Oaincsville........................ 0.35: a.m. remain in the car until the usual hour of; W. 1(. DAVIDSON, Master Transp'n.Superintendent. FernandinaFOR

disorder: a prevent LcnvcValdo .......................... ..10.30 a.m. rising in the morning, 7 n. m. \ .
of being
used every bml'act of Northern among friends us as! a Leave Thurston! ............ ..............10.54 a.m. Only one change of cars to New York. -- .. .. .. SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON:
our LeaveStarke................................1 I .1111.111. Passengers going to Montgomery and New jjt.....KVKRY FR11)A1
of the state of societyin \
"frightful midst.example" Leave Temple's...... .....................111.PO a.m. Orleans take the evening train. (bolts null StationeryIIOIt ... .
our with Leave Law-lev ....................... .....11.87: a.m. Passengers from lino of Transit Railroad Close connection( made with steamers for

crime The I lynching have onlonc of persons! charged and thatis Leave Maxville( ...........................12"I!) \p.m. take the evening train at Callahan at (0.25; ,\ <,'i.: IMCKW.Wholesale I Mellonville and Enterprise: also with steamers -

can apology, But Leave Baldwin...... ... ................. 1.1n ptnn.l.t'llt'0 m.Passengers. forOcklawaha River ;i also at Savannah
i that the law is not enforced. : p.
properly mob Brandy Branch.................. 1.2$ pjn. from! line Jacksonville\ Pensacola \ and Retail with steamers for Newiork, Philadelphia,
if this be the how a ,
decide even whether case is innocent can or Leave Dutton ............................. 1.44p.m.( \ ,t Mobile) Hailroad: either take train Boston nndltaltimore.and Charleston with

a prisoner Leave Callahan' ........................... 2.22.111.\ at Live Oak leaving 2.45 p. m. and arrivingat 1)OOKS 1, NTATIONKKV, steamers for New York, Philadelphia, lUltl-

guilty The? in. justice to which it objects -' Leave II U rt'8 (Road: ............. ......... :3.25p.m.:.! Savannah at 2.00 a. in., or train at Jacksonville snore, and with Northeastern it South Carlo-

\.. and vel'dclay the chance that a Haw in an indictment Arrive Fernandina ..................... 4.00p.m.) \ leaving at 7.35: a. iii. and, arriving; at And 'nlSJ(', lina West Railroads: for routes North taut md

'1 may save an offender from punishment Trains daily, except, :Sunday;; Savannah at :3 \p. 111.l'ollllt'l.ting .
50 \'i'isi nTItJo:1'
-these are provisions of the law to at Savannah with steamers for : : l"mHT.l'J.1'4I'Hg (IlmC'O fMO-

protect I innocence and to compel the utmost -- -..--.- New York, Philadelphia\ : Boston and ]Haiti- DATIONS.Through .
carefulnessVe trust that the days of lynch shore Tickets and Staterooms
PKNIXSULAR RAILROAD), at Charleston with steamersfor secured
A Connecting
country. few
law will soon be over in this Ul\IllLtI information furnished 1 nt olllce\
determined Mieriils would do much tovya'rds ( }mlMa111.\ .) New York, Philadelphia\ and Baltimore. Centre and Second streets. ,,corner ;
bringing this result about-Mobile neylstcr. Trains on Brunswick .V Albany Kail road: *
0-1y: C. A. NOYKS.for : .
1.01XU HOL'TH.. leave Junction daily (except :Sunday) for J.i'1"Sd.ool uit. SI.'lu"1j ..
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A I.ATKXT SIUUCQL' WEALTH. Leave Waldo Jnuction................ 2.15 ...111. Brunswick, at. 1.40( p.: m. -- Tampa and Key WON
of the Leave Santa Fe................. ......... 3.18p.m.) Through Tickets sold\, to all points, and .M. IIINIERSON: : ,
The census report fisheries: of the Pacific '
Leave Hawthorne ....................... 4.U5 \p.m. Slccphug-Cur! Berths reserved: at the Savannah ; / VIA'WAJIIM
eoa"shows that the value of the products Leave I/ichloosa................. ......... 4..1.i.111.\ Florida\ it Western Railvny 1: olllce, No. Nteutnnhlp' C'O'S: LINE
for 18.SO\ was,5H! Kinploymeiit i ,
: : Leave Orange Luke.................... 5.tO p.m. 11 West Bay: street ; also, at Ticket Office\
given to 1,715! persons! and $2,7lstS3: capital Arrive Ocala............... ................. 7.001)t Macon( it Brunswick! Railroad: corner Bay
is invested. and\ Hogan ,street, and at Ticket Ollleo Florida
The salmon fisheries! which have been created GOISO NOUTll.Leave Central Depot) Jacksonville, Fla. t'

by stocking the waters employ 3,370 persons Ocala................................. 5.45 a.m. JAS. L. 'rA YLOn, t,
while the canneries: have 4,010\) pair of Leave Orange; Lake ..................... 7.20a.m. fJeneral; Passenger Agent.

hands: cngn l'l1. The annual catch is 2,755000 ,- Leave: Lochloosa................... ..... R.aO.111.. II. S. IIAINKS;: Oenenil) )(:IItlgcr. :10JACKSONVILLE

fish, weighing 51,'(jIOO: ) > pounds. The Leave Hawthorne....................... 0.15 a.m. ._ _ u __._ _______ _.. _

(canneries turn out yearly fi.I( ,2i4 cases, aggregating Leave Santa Fe.......................... 0.45 a.m. ::; :, I'I'SCOLAXU: : ---.......... ...

31,453,152( l'uUIIIIII'ahll',1 at $:S-, rrin'hloJll1ttilJlI..... .......... 10.15 a.m. ..: RAILWAY.On CARRYING TILE U. S. MAIL.
255.305.III: II \ n IICTA: K I': It. .

addition to these there are. 127,000,000 -- ----.-. .-- and after Monday, May :2, 1SXI, Trains
pounds\ of fresh fish caught along the coast, on this! road will run daily us follows : FIFTH ST.. FKRXAXD1XA:) )) FLA. -

j embracing cod, halibut and the catch iff the Flj x.Xmx.JACK OX\'II.U: (101 Mi VVKST.Leave ONK: of the staunch and elegant Steamers

( V ordinary shore fisheries The whale and I RAILROAD.Ii Luke City..........12.30: )p.m. the above Line will leave Cedar Key

seal fisheries employ some 21 vessels and Leave Wclborn........... 1.20 \p.m.IxuveHouston BURIAL ROBF.S\ : MKTALL10: CASKS. every Monday at 4:00: p. m., for

iruducealarge: revenue. Some 4,000( Chinese ............ 1.341).m )) :: COFFINS AND OASKKTS.Telegraiihieordeis : .
Effect May 1881. Tampa Maiiatcf .
are engaged in the shore fisheries catching ,
..... [ promptly attended, to
and small fish the Arrive Live Oak.... 2.0oVm.
shrimp dried and shipped along to China bays in, Theseare great GOINH SOUTH.Ixave 1 'l\ve Live Oak.......... 2.:111'.11I.:! --- -- .--.- .- ..- .- .. --_.- -- -. And llraldeiifoivn,

Leave Cnster........ ..... :!.4H \p.m. user<< and OceanMA S.bon'
quantities. The Pacific mail learners often \.rl1al1l1iI1I\.I1. a.m. & 5.30 )p.m ._ .,, _. _._ .. __ __ and every Monday and! Thursday at 4:00:
take out 100 tons! of dried shrimp at a time. Leave Hart's HOull..l1.4i: .\: (0.01 \p.m have Klluville........... ;UO::; p.m.Ix.avc ; p. in. for

It is! to be hoped that the Census Bureau Arrive JlltkI'OIH.ille..12.I: I) p.m. iV 7.05: \p.m. Madison( ........... 4.45: p.m. I L r.o It Y'H

will gather reliable statistics concerning the coixo NOUTII. Leave" 'firccnville..:..:::-5. 15 '- ---- INintii ItaiMNa, and tiey Wi'Ht.Connections .
fisheries of the Gulf coast which feel I..c..un.S'I'I'lIS"U.: : '. :
we assured .NI .
are destined.1 at an curly day, to be- Leave Jacksonville.....M.21) n.m it 3.10 p.m Leave Ancilla.............'0.10 p.m. -

come a source of considerable wealth. Oys- Leave Hart's Road......!0.45 a.m. it .1.15" p.m Ix-uvc Drifton............ 0A0 p.m.; l; matin at Cedar Key with the

canneries time Missis Arrive Fernandina ....10.25 n.tn..14.50 p.m 1..cl1vefllll1cello.......... 5.001.111..
are springing up along \ Only lllrt [.lime lo 4u "orlJ Florida, Transit Railroad from and to all

ippi Sound! and shrimps are canned to Double Trains dully except Sunday. Leave- Lloyd's :.:........:: 7i5p.I: I.'---- points North and West! ;lilt Punta Itassa with

some' extent in New Orleans. Indeed it is ]Leave Chaires: ...... .... 7.40 p.In. Steamer for Jt't.rtlycN4r Fort Ogdcn, and
proposed next season to introduce small -- Pine Level.Through.
steamers and model barges on the oyster Arrive 'Tallahassee..... 8.25" p.m. ... Tickets sale lit Fernan-.
CONNECTIONS. .. are on
grounds to economize in the cost of Ix-ave Talluhasse........ 8.50
gathering )p.m. \\\J\ diva: Jacksonville, (Jalnesville, and! Cedar
Leave Midway............ : .
the bivalves. AT FEUXAXDINA, FLA., 0.30p.m. u Key, at greatly reduced rates, for ill ,princi
Many of the tine fish: of the Gulf could With New York and Fernandina Steamfchip Leave Qnincy:""''''''...1 10.2S p.m. .;... 1'II11101lltli on the Julf Coast
doubtless he preserved in cans, and now that Line from New York on Tuesday, at 0 Leave \t.I.It.u'III1t..1J.UI\( p.m. J. M. OALPIIIN. 011'1 Ag't,

public attention is being directed to this u. m. or 4.00 p. m., and for New York on Arrive Chattu. Riwer.11,1)U1)tXm : ) : ;:- TIm FINK: HTKAMSIIIPS 13 Cedar Key Fla.MARY'S ) .
source of wealth, there is reason to hope for Thlll"lluaft'r arrival of afternoon trains. \p.m.

the opening up of new industries connected With Oeorglu and Florida Inland Steamboat : \\' T-"T. IAIiKIoII.I'IS.TUtJltIIlI WISTIK.TI'AN.: : ,i1" n.. \ RIVER: 1'J,
with the fisheries along the entire (Julf coast, from
Company tlailyex'l't CU1T. IIINIiM I :
Vubs: are now canned on the Atlantic coaston ( Tliufribiy Iliad 8ntiml'iy) '
i Monday for ) KAM:
; \'allllalually SIITllll\
a large scale; our shores literally swarm With Charleston StcOnmerruin except Savannah v. IA'I\, ve Tallahassee: ........................ 0.00 11.111. <:'ITV ()I' ALLAN, JtCIET C-.L!

with these shell Hi. The myriads of sardine and Charleston Wednesday and JA-ave Chuttuhoochcc....................10.1 1.1 a.m.

*, if useful fertilizer.for no other purpose, make a'lllIale for Savannah and Charleston Tuesday Sunday UllIFrilay. ;f. Arrive.---- .-I't.1..... .. \ U 1'1.11..... .... ._-....._..-._...._......10.85a.mr- :.. --.-----: CAIT. RISK.ONK .

\ tilJIXU Yo.'lIr. : of the above Steamers will leave r ATilt
Much might also be done in the way of With Steamer Flora from St. River
that Mary's Ix-ave Chut' .... 4.: for New York Thursday
stocking the many splendid streams tu. River 1J a.m. every -
Landings Wednesday and Friday for .:::;:;,..: ,
; arrival nf afternoon
on trains
empty into Lake Pontcbartrain, the Mississippi I"t.farY'd River: Leave Chuttuhoochif... 4.30! a.m. from
,Sound Pensacola Hay, etc., with valuuble 1\'cdntw lay. Landings on Sunday and l..cll'tft.. Pleasant: ..... 5.15a.m. Jacksonville\ and Cedar Key.This : tiT EA 1I1Uo1
tish of this lati line, having' no transfers 'to make
adapted to the waters Leave ( ........ :""i2' .
tI1Jc.-\"ew Orleans 'AT CALtAHtX.To juincy..... a.llI. between ri.oicA .11.\ urn A,

Jleayunt and from Savannah at 10.15 a. mu. and 1.t'a4t11.'a. )"............ (1.4111.11I. Captain RICIIAHIMOX. Captain ,

2.20 i), in. Arrive Tallahassee l ; ..:.... 7.30 a.m.:' .. ..:HS.XmXU NEW,: YORK,

P.\TIXTH obtained for new Inventions AT a t LDWIN, FL\., I Leave Tallahassee....,... M.OO a.m. 1
or for improvements in old 1" DAILY s.Jt\'le.--: :
To and from Tallahassee --- Oilers I he
ones. Caveats, Infringements, TradeMarksand at 12.21) noon Leave Chain............. M.43 a.m.: :
all patent business attendedto. and 1.00 1'. m. leave joyd'n............. 0.08a.m. -
.rolIllt1Y. The Flora) leaves ,
Femanillna fi rSt.Marv'River.
INVENTIONS: h BEEN AT LOOHLOOrtA, FLA., Ix-av Monticello;:: ........ 0.00 a.m. 'q

RKJKCTKD may still, In most cases be patented With Steamer Alpha for all\ Joints and Leave Drifton............. 0.".') a,1II. TO FLORIDA $ ." and landingH every .Mullt.lIl4'etlIt'1oda1
by us. king onixtoite( the IT. ft. Patent landings on Orange lake, on arrival of Pen J"rllu-retuMlll1g Tuesday, Thuraday -
Office, and engaged! in PATENT BUSINESS insular Railroad Train. Leave: A Ancilla...:....... 10.10u.in. Vegetables and Fruits will receive s|,ecialrare and Haturtla)'.
EXCLUSIVELY I.i-ave tr4'/lvillt..UJ.35; in 'handling. The Martha/ leaves rnandiiia for same
we can secure |llAt.
cuts in less time than those who are remote .\ocALA. Leave: Madison\ ............11.40a.m. '- points every Tuesday, Tlitirsday and Satur

from Washington.When With Stu :e Line to and from Brook ville have Ellaville: ............12.. }I.III... (;.:3!.+)a.m.Ixave 1''HJ'XanU'UfOU.'flOXS! ; : ARE day and l-returning every Monday, Wtihiepday
.. Friday.
Inventors send model or sketch, daily except Sunday. y- FIRST-CLASS." '"
Cnster: :.......... 1.22 : : .
we make March in the Patent Office and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; from p.m. {
advise; as to its patentability free if tharyt.Correspondence Ucala and Tumi on Mo slay, Wednesday Arrive Live Oak..,....... Lou ".11I. The traveling public are ollcred the advantages Through Hill of Lading
confidential and Friday, Leave Live Oak.... 2.101.111.uave .
; fees reasonable __ of a DIRECT LINE, WITHOUT
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; and No CHAUdK: UNLESS; ; PATENT \T CfPUC: KEY: FLA., Houston! ...:..::- 2.32 p.m. ANY CHANOES.: Jonncctiomi: made at l IIy MALLORY'H the LINK of Steamer; to all
jiointa on St.
: IS OBTAINED.: ) Femandinu with all steamboat' Mary V.
With Steamer MWer to and from IV iifuco- LeaveWdboniJJ.W| p.m. for all

We refer: by ormission to the City I'o.-tmaster U on Monday and Friday. Arrive Take City........385 PIU.c : points( uri the St. John', (Jckluwahuoall'llIIil11l .ollJe (:'ouurrlioumade

i.. and to the Superintendent! of the With Steamers Clinton and _. __. ..._ .", / Rivers, amid with the Transit ItaiU
Murgnu fur ,. :-::-:-: =-=:::-;-- -=--7:
Po..t-OHce Money Order Division in Wash road at Fernandina for all railroad tulion
i New Orleans on Friday ; from New Orl..rulon 0<,IKO KAUT- T. MAttKtf MVlflOV.Tufiti with the New York, Charleston' and
ington. For special references' circular, advice and (hilt Iortll| in Florida
Saturday ; from Havana and Key West, Savannah Steamer;
( Thurnlnyi tviturduyi.)
.. etc., address. on .Friday fur Key West and Jla'ullao/l ji
C..A. SNOW A CO., Saturday. Ix-ave St. Mark..........................1 12.05a.m. FREKJHT AND PAKSENOER: RATES:

2-tf Opp.Patcnt Office, Washington, ,).C. With Florida .t Havana Mail Steamship( l.ea,Wakulla[ ............................12.3.0. n.llI. AS unH BY INDIRECT LINKS: OOD ACX'OM5IOlATIOX8

miunyV Steamer; for Arrive 'fuJaha.[ -e........................ 1.40XNNECIIONS '. .
Private Key'\.tawl.furu. : for Passenger. Kicurtonl; and Tuurismtwill
School. -
Mrs. I*. 1:. Alexander will pa on Monday and Thursday. { .Fi't"'fhrough Ratt and Bills of Lading iind this a wry attractive trip a* the
open a permanent With Steamer JJdn'l'ju, for point on theSu.cannee to all Miinhi. scenery IH. Jt"41111.md! 'Utllrs and other
private school In the Bui>tUt church on JUver 0 Both Kuxt and Wot bound train meet at For further Information
the lOtli of on Thun-ldy at a. m. i a sage or apply game an abundant.Jftr .
share oT May, and solicits a generous For information reslie ting routes, rate" Lire Oak and eonim-t with 2:15" train on Havannah -. to .: ;'ref the above"Ateanlencan h tC'l18th'r'I1 -
public jwitronap Terms liberal. etc., Apply tu "Florid.i .t WcxUrii Railroad fir U. W. KfUTIIWICK':
Apply at the t-hool room between the hour Agent, l for etnr>>i ion |'artUi !.I't any time
.MicDONELL, Savannah 1&1111I"any.. .'t.wu ruli liB. For 'information! "I'ply to
t>( >M! a. m. and t further. (
p. m.FEBNSND1Yt Oen'I Tieket and Pa**. .\gt'llt. 1'uwsengcro; for (tahooehee River: Boats C. II. MALLORY t ('()., '..:\\. J"-H \ .), .\w'uL
Miyr. H,. 1*'I-3m. I) K. Mix WELL. Oeu'lSupt.) 21 'NlI1ut't1 with *te mr lUlws-ca Kvrringham: .. 1 ierll Ka-t River. Nw York. 2-tf 2'J"3 ."':r''! .'t.rt'tJUh1fnli. I9a
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"" Ing tIle !settlement of the debt of the Internal CASSAl'A.We :i. custom of going armed, and especially oft Mil. DISSTOX'.S OJU:.(T SCiIJ;)IL'.
." 'rUB JIOIUDA \[ .
.. : lnHOH. Improvement 1"ulll11n lie hands: of the! r bad occasion some time ago to call attention t the unmanly. custom of carrying conccalc
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\ \ -- board, whose! treasurer was authorized. to receive to this easily and cheaply-grown weapons It would! he well to !send an officeron .'OR I.\t. onruxtz\Tto.v 0.' Tf111C1'Jtr.txyTntr:

JULY M, 1881. that and to settle starch and food 1 authorized for this
J moneys for put pose, plant Governor Sinclairwe our trains to arrest is TO nncLUM rt-oiunv.

,I Tot : i thc same. The second payment of the Diss- met some' two or three years ago, on crime. One can hardly be' on a train or At the northeast corner of Third and I

T ; 11AIL110A1); EXTENSION TO TAMPA ton iuircha.se, *: l.OoO, fall! due August 1, his first! visit to Florida His main object, boat but that his cars are saluted with thc Chestnut streets was established yesterday

It I Is said that a large force I Is now at work I whole contract be in constitutes the office of of the boldest
so 6 and if then paid the ( may coming was to examine and test the value crack of the pocket-pistnl, which one enterprises;

whado grading the railroad. south' from Ol\lalll the I considered! 'being) likely to be completed.The of the cassava! arrowroot and compile part of the traveling amusement of the ever undertaken in America. Conspicuous

,, direction of Tampa. The completion of the court also made. an order absenting! to root in manufacturing starch. Governor jejune traveler in the management is Jar Hamilton Diss-!

I bec Peninsular Ita'droad to Ocala seems to have the adjustment of the claim of the Tropical Sinclair parsed up the river, and in Orange ton, head of the great saw works. lx.:

t; pert been like the tolling ascent of n long hill, Hond south of Ocala, of which :Mr. Yulce i II county: with. some temporary fixtures, made CONSTITU7'1o1aL COX.'/;:\'Tl O A'. :Mayor Stoklcy is president and Mr. Disston

r wciinct which Is: difficult to reach: Intervcnliif,. President, for other lands in lieu of those the experiment, and was satisfied that the If we may t judge from the a utterances of treasurer of the new company, which starts

between all that I Is beyond, when once its I Hold on the line of that road. manufacture of starch would be successful, some of our esteemed contemporaries of the under the rather long title of the "Atlanticand :

dda summit I is attained, seems to make the reachhipj Finally the interesting question" of fees, and at once Invested in land*, and encouraged State press, it would! seem that the sentiment i- Gulf Coast Canal it Okechobee Land .
favor of the of constitutional
in calling a
. 1101u ; of the distant: goal beyond of compara costs! etc., was acted on, and allowance pcoplo to plant by offering to purchase. ron vent t ion is gaining strength t among Company.! )'." I'nginccrs have been sent to

\ cr lively easy accomplishment. Anybody can madeof$.">,fO) each to Receivers: Conntitund all that might be groan I'efurning III i iI the people. It i is beginning to be realized l Florida, the surveys made under the auspices

tin ImUd railroads with plenty of capital, but in Hawkins for.eommission on sale of the railroads I that year in early fall, he built a factory and that the system under which we are livingis of the national government. have been,

Florida the entr1'?fiic!(r of our railroad: 'S' and fees allowed and not Onlyanti-)Ieniocratic in principle, but verified the three
.k rho : sundry lawyers inu necessary machinery, made: a few ton, what seems to be a more forcible objectionin by company, large dredges
cafe Icm in times past, had but little capital mud "ual. The court adjourned the same day. stopping only when the! supply material estimation: of some of our esteemed are now on the way to Jacksonville, and

I fur but little inducement to offer to capital in a The effect of the C orders: of the court was used tutu This starch. was sent forwardto contemporaries: i is also] extravagantly expensive work is to be pushed with vigor. The daring

old comparatively neglected ami unsettled country seems to be to settle litigation in the railroad the North to various mills and dealers, and imposes burdens on the people and immensity of this scheme' may be

t Bo with small products\ coming: to market cases!, and when the sale of the ('clltralHailrolll and one and all pronounced it the very best, out of from all proportion it. The impracticability to the benefit received of inferred from the fact that the territory in

nil at one season of the year only, and with a is; made on the 11th of October! the superior for laundry purposes, and for culinary adapting the present constitution to the question exceeds by a thousand square miles

parse population, nowhere concentrated to railroads of the! State \\illall bo under the and medicinal. nee excellent. The past wants of f the State bv means of amendments :all of the land included in the foul states of

alai give volume and Impetus tw trade: or pro. control of private corporations, interested in season Governor Sinclair has again manufactured : the was, last for the session second of time tho ,legislature demonstrated when at llhode bland, Connecticutew Jersey and!

t1Ith' duction A land grant, when lands were bringing them up to a higher standard of 1 up all the raw material he could amendments sufficiently numerous! for t the Delaware. Thc company intends to open

not In demand, consisting of alternate scc- usefulness, and! putting: them in an improved obtain, and also: manufactured arrowroot construction of two constitutions were proposed up over seventeen thousand square miles of

f in tlon .only, near the line of the road, lessval- e tiditiongenerally. with t the same results as to quality t the arrowroot but not definitely acted! on because, of the most tropical portion of the most tropical '
E f' want of time to give to them (the consideration -
('let liable than almost! anywhere else, was the It is a matter of thankfulness- during ranking with the best foreign arti- due to such weighty matters.: state in tie Union. The c'umgiuIeerimmgfeatures

: pl only aid given to help the building of the nil this long litigation,: the roads: have been: ilc. The senate l'a'clIIhill which i ignored the of the work are interesting, a report

tit projected system of roads.In kept! in good working order, and 1 (that the So the experiment hIJl'l'n fairly tried provisions of the present constitution pre upon the subject having just been issued
view of the difficulties and 1 the obstacles scribing the mode of calling a constitutionalconreulion by Mr. James: M. Kramer C. K.
\ lIum.n.IIlIl
fc public; convenience( ] \:! not greatly : and been U success ; and llhc manufacture of
and simplified the procedurevery Lake Okechobecis the grand inland reser
\ in tho of building railroads\ in those! 1
way !\ that the roads are now in condition to starch from cassava: and arrowroot needs much by enacting that the people vol' for tau waters of Middle( Florida, having 1
tifcv days tho men and the communities which be readily improved and,I brought into first only bo limited by the supply of raw material should] elect delegates to a convention which or direct outlet The principal
us the trunk lines from Jacksonville toQuincy should assemble next winter. feeder to it is the Kissimmec river winch
): cui gave rule condition. With our railroad system and as to supply wo do not !see why
It was contended by (those who in a constant supply of 207,300,000(
and from Fcrnandina to Cedar Key, opposedthe pours
the debt of but be wilen'mlva
I disencumbered, and :State that may: limited can be measure that this was in violation ofthc cubic feet of water every twenty-four hour
blbl thc lines from which the proposed extensions I little over one million of dollar, half of grown cheaper than any other crop (constitution and 1 could! not he lawfully The amount of evaporation from water

arc now being vigorously pushed!\ deserve which I .is owned I by the State itself we may To those! who ]have never planted, we done ; it was 1milt{ ( in favor: of it, surface exposed to sun and wind is set
, I that it is out of the power of constitution down in the books at the rate of from
grateful thanks for what they accomplished. sound any one-
dt justly be gratified at the pecuniary would say that the !seed is; the woody stalk
I to restrain the people from adopting eighth to three-eighths of an inch per day,
1 condition the Slate finances. Strict: economy cut in l'i'cl'illike sugarcane: planted] the another, and (that it makes no differencehow according to conditions Lake Oktchobeo

1 When tho extension of the Peninsular! and wise legislation! will enable our same way and (cultivated the same man a convention i is called, if its work is having: an area of 1,000 square miles, the

Railroad, so long in abeyance, was resumed, taxes to he much reduced. ner. ratified by the! people, that expression! of the evaporation from the surface of the lake aggregate
I little over two years since, the revival of the people's will is paramount to anything that nt the lowert rate, i.KJO,400OOu cubic-
The is to'tfHJO
from i H) bushels
: ) to
yield !
the constitution contain. This feet of water, which i is than onethirdin
Indn'4trll's1111; of t had, present may more
I prosperity! thecoun'ry OUR INTERNS IMPROVEMEXTLAXits
the acre, according to !soil, fertilizing and view seemed to exert wcigh't. in the senate!, excess of the the main feed
; but just begun to be felt. Many of the railroads -posTixa Tin: itooKs. culture. Ordinary pine land will yield two and finally prevailed and t the bill passed er. During the ordinary seasons, and particularly .

I of tho country had, after a long struggle Since the sale of the four millions acres of hundred bushels for a year or two, first that body ; it, however, died still horn in during periods of drouth, thc level
I'i' into liquidation, and been out the assembly, never being even reported of the water in the lake is lowered, the surroundilf -
State lands some speculation has! been indulged planting. One bushel of cassava: will yield
4 ( from the committee to which it was re land becomes! in a measure passa
t for tho amount, or less! than the amount of as to its etfect upon I the various laud. from ten to twelve pounds of starch, while ferred. hert1! of cattle obtain excellent -

1r 1t their bonded (Indebtedness/ with an entire grants made to thcprojected railway.-. bushel of Irish,potatoes will yield only seven When the manifold objections to the present pas-turagc in the savannas and swamp
constitution considered and hinds of the interior. Then! when the
sinking of their stock. are rainy
The of land for which
quantity) to nine pounds. The cost of ruanuftcturing
I made known to the when season conies four months in the the
The railroads lias ; year
1 were, by no means, the State received patentsamounts
starch from cassava is no more than the people realize fully as1hcy seem waters of the ]lake gradually) rise, overflow
11,41,010Of 1 :
prosperous, and although the St. Johns! river which heretofore sold! from potatoes. now to be realizing, that the expense. tho immense tracts of sugar land, the soil of

country had felt the benefit of increased Immigration being.....................!....1,784,000 It will he seen from the above that this of administering-our! state government never which is identical to that of Cuba, and back "
it had readied the interior can be brought down' to a figure up the waters of the rivers emptying into
And tho sale to Iis>ton., dOniftj-) ) >,7SIoooLeaving ( !
industry is good one both for the planter \\'ropor-
J. : and Marion county and the counties below --- tionate to the resources of the peop the l lake. It is thc p purpose of the company
and manufacturers. There is the of just formed to lower the
no expense many sources extravagance are removed permanently surface -
XGiH.t i I
t I ,( it were in a somewhat stagnant condition. for seed, no extra cultivation and production by a complete revision of the fundamental of Lake Okechobec, which] according to
The building of the road to,'where water about eight millions nndsix hundred law, we do not think there will be : the United States survey of 1879, i is twenty-
than that of the Irish
communication could. be had with Lochlooa thousand acres! still in the hands of the larger or sweet found a single intelligent man in the State five fclnhovc J'lalow tide, by ('ontruc-
Internal Improvement )Hoard. potato, and a ready home cash market. The \vho will oppose the calling of a conventionto ing drainage canal twenty-one
and lakes
: Orange : an impetus to
gave manufacturer can work the year through, accomplish this object. length to the St. Lucie river at waterfall of
) that region, and the output of the orange Taking the legislative acts in their order, whereas! at the North the time is limited l to In compliance with the terms of the pro one foot a mile. This plan is similar 1 to that
j crop the first season! the road was opened we find the following laiyl: grants: have been vision in the present constitution, the last recommended by, Colonel] Meigs( to the national
!I showed) the capabilities of that section of made from time to time : two or three months! in the fall. At the legislature passed a joint resolution! announcing government in 1870. In the proposed
North expensive buildings arc required for the necessity a convention, and referring canal this waterfall wi give u velocity of
the country for furnishing! business for the storage, and factory on account of frost. As UsTcsolution to the next !legislature two and two-thirds per hour, and! a Capacity
.. railroad. Encouraged by this beginning the 2. Chapter 33E7-1''urcanal: between to ratify. This cannot be done until the of passing 7.!.' ,708.SOO cubic feet in
work wad pushed forward across Orange Laketo I Matanzns und Indian river, not toexceed for demand,it is constant; not only for family winter of 188.1 and if it is done the people twenty-four hours. Three steam dredging
: ,: :1.1)0,000) ) use but for cotton factories.! In the vicinity will be called on to vote for or against! the machines of the Mengc[ patent, constructed: !
1 Oeala, touching the Ocklawaha at }:lIverl'rlng 3. Chapter .IMS: : Grant land to last: of the largo! manufacturing towns calling of a convention at the next presidential on the continuous( ladder principle, and resembling
and the lake country south. of it to Florida Railroad Company, alternate 1 election. If t this I method be adopted we thc buckets in a grain elevator, arc-
'.. t scores! of starch factories are established to
the head of navigation sections within six miles ; will have no revision of the constitution!' until now being put together at Jacksonville, the
]length: of road. II miles............... l.'tf.iioo !supply the mill The factories make from some time In theycar 18ST-rather a. longtime hulls being already in hllp(. Each dredge
And Ocala I is reached
how ayynon as
1. St. Johns & Lake lustb! Kailroad.: Irish potatoes, which of late years, owing tp to wait. We believe the plan proposed: will be capable oi" making a clean cut of
\ the line is extended, a largo force I is emu alternate sections ; :'ITi i miles........ 1:11,100!:!! ( rot, short crops and high prices, has made by the senate at the last session is perfectly 2-2 feet in width. The dredges will be lashedin
(ployed under those enterprising contractors, 5. Green 1 Nccttuhiyr1)l & Mel( rose, alternate l legitimate. It is certainly the most expeditious pairs: so that at one operation they will
the business uncertain and
Agnew & Co., and the work goes bravely on, I I ; ,out :3Ti miles... 131,400: ( unprofitable. and we hope that those who carried) it open a canal 41 feet wide. To dig the canal
f Ii. Pahitkatt (finlia-iltiviT Uailroad Governor; Sinclair has for many years: been throiight that body last winter will not remit from Lake Okcchobee to the St. Lucie river
f'f ; under (the direction of men who are better grant of alternate sections and'I engaged in the business there, and hence their efforts to make it su'ecIIfut.-'I'II' will require an excavation of 1)OOD,000) cubic ,

known by what they do than by what is 0,000 acres per mile ; length of road the fact of his the is tnctila .1olt'ruace.G,1'ITAI4. "IIII. which at the rate of two cents a yard
promised' !:! and who can point to '_'.>."> miles of estimated ut 811> miles. iSjI$)) introducing industry (the Menge figure) will amount to $l O'iH.:
t, 7. Orange Pvidge DcLand&( OrlauaduIlailruad conclusive that it is" profitnhle.t
well-constructed! railway In Florida as the ;; : .aXIJ Till SOUTH.It and at an outside figure of five cents a )yard
t supposed about :3T miles! difficulty I is to get people to plant and will amount to $4.il.t.:
fruit of.thclr past labors.! grant of alternate sections and is doubt true (that has
afford The slow to : no money so accumulated In addition : it is the designto
a supply people get
I It No one familiar with the history of our 5,000! acres per mile. :'tto.doot t I ( in the East that it i is difficult to build another canal: from I Lake Okccho-
State can that the management of the <. Tampa, 1'eace Creek A: :St." Johns, out of the old ways of ordinary crops, hut invest even at low interest! and on long time, I Leo to tho Caloosahatchic river emptying
say or Tumpti A:;; Jacksonville, csti- we believe that Governor Sinclair, who is alive and that this surplus capital is seeking investment into the Gulf; also to deepen and strengthen
Transit Hoad, considering the condition of mated: :'Ilt.lmill's. rallt'tlulll'r- man, and has made his permanent mainly' in till \\'c.t"e need it the streams emptying into Lake Okcchobee,
the country and the limited means which home in the South, and; correspondent thinks we to dig lateral canals or ditches, and at various
pertulle. in Florida will succeed hill work.
1I could be obtained for such projects Florida could have it if it were not for the bad opinIon points to tap the ridge separating the
has been derelict in (H. hive Oak Howland lllutfllail- He is reudydu build factory in any locality the holders of this capital have formed! satw-grauss marshes from the Atianicand the
energetically and mail, .M miles, granted alternate t where a supply of cassava will bo grown, of the Southern ]people, and he cites tho Gulf, thus draining the remotest sections of
Y faithfully currying out tho great purpose of sections! i.).'M") :tlltll't fair in ca-.li for Savage murder trial, shooting; of Phillips" that great region.
prices quanti-
trunk 10. l'l'lIswolll'tIllltll Kailroad ) any by Coyle, and the acquittal of Colonel Cash
building, the road to supply the The area of land reclaimed will embraceevery
estimated at 100 miles granted! alternate tv. The cassava can: be grown wherever in South l'1 as a specimen of those
1" needs of peninsular! Florida The const t ruction : the roli.na. : class of Florida land including "hih] i
sections_ __ and :_1KMHMI" ) acres orange can.C'AIUtYIXG. occurrences in the Soutli winch have created and low hammock," "first: second third
of the road has! kept pace with the per mile.......... ........................... f,ilj f,(N)() --- and continue( to nurse this opinion. We deplore rate pine," and "swamp lands: ;' rl under
growth of the country. It must be borne 11. Tropical IVniiiMilar, Ocala to 1'ISTOLS.Itut such occurrences' as those alluded) to, the terms of the contract between the company -
in mind that neither the counties nor theuuniciluil Tampa and east to Orlando granted all these tears and this anguish! would but we do not think that cases of this kind and! the State of one-half of
b alternate sections: and! lo.ooti\ have been spared had the habit of carrying are of such frequent occurrence in the South the $,OINo00 acres to llorhla.. by the
corporations on the line of the acres per mile........ ......"..... .........I.;{>:t7.0n0 i pistols been unknown. \Ve confess that we as to frighten capital: unless there were other lowering of the lake will U'tl to
:.!0rt miles of constructed! road have been 1'.. Florida, Midland iV GeorgiaUailroad. j haven't language !strong fc enough to expressour causes which magnified the importance of the company. water ilejxisits of reV'rt hema

bonded to build the road. Doubtless, if the granted alternate sections condemnation! of the practice and our every infringement of law in thus section of tite ore marl are also
southern counties could have given material and 0Hlo,( acres per mile, estimated earnest desire to see it suppn''sl'll.Ve see our Union. There is scarcely a day passes The (&le Int company has f'portl'll the franchise
aid 70 miles............ ............ ssooo in it one of the greatest dangers of the fu without violent crimes being reported from i>f the Atlantic Coast Steamboat, Canal
tof the work might have been hastened, 11. Jacksonville, St. Augustine A: till'( The greed and ingenuity of man hasso the West, ami these are often of the gravest and Improvement Com| :my. for the construction I! -
.hut after all, it seems to us better that the Halifax Uailroad, estimated so stimulated the production of tire-arms: nature; and Vet these crimes do not frighten of sixty-one miles of canal, which !
lenient of the country ant the construction miles, granted alternate sections... :!:07,1"(1 that an effective t'i Ntol can now be hail for a capital and hinder it from seeking! investment by linking the water of (he rivers and
: of the railroad should! have 14. Itluu Spring.: Orango;; City ,t De- dollar. It is: well known that all boys havea in that section The truth is that the sounds skirting (aster front of Florida,
; gone onj"ir.xiMK. Land Railroadintimated3.5miles I mania to bo the possessor of a pistol ; this passions and prejudices aroused against the OJMIIS up nearly miles of continuous
t flue country to furnish business granted alternate sections and! is not confined to any nice, but ii shared South during the late war, and 1 which sinceits inland navigation,3 connecting time St. Johns

f tr and the road to furnish\ transportation, just :3,000( acres per mile............. ........ :ilOooO alike! by all. The sable boot-black, as wellas close have been nursed and fanned by a river with Lake Worth nml developing

ss'" it was most needed. The sum total of these the Cauca-ian nabob, miiit indulge in large part of the Northern \\rcss. both secular huge Itretcl of land which has been :-
N sixteen neglectcxl
grants the pleasure' of a shooting-iron in the hip- and religious, have had t (' of edu. simply] because it not
I ., The 11l. plo of South Florida! we think, millions live hundred and eighty-five thousand l" jMK'kit, regardless alike of law and the just eating the people to the habit\ of regarding and which produces crops was of the accessible widest,

1'1 ,, have every assurance now that those who I acres, being eight;; millions and a half inexerts proprieties. of lif,'. And notwithstanding; the South with suspicion! Aid of giving an scope, embracing tropical and semitropical

!Ii R Rc Ri .j have built the 131 miles of road now terminating of the whole remainder of (the :State: the legal |penalties attaching to the violationof undue importance to every act of lawlessness fruits and fibrous plants, and maturing to a
t at Ocala and who have the law against this practice, it grows committed: here. These erroneous degree developed at no other in the
a the line
ls 1 put lands The IVnsaeohi ,t Atlantic point
: Kailroad
t I with rl'nllrkaLI'igur.. As a result, the notions of the Southern people are being I United States. The cost of these
: beyond: (or forty miles under contract, will alone t"kl'I\lcarl)' live milli iif acres of public are bein'g shocked every now ami gradually removed, and u" I currec knowledge I- calalswith appliances building I is!! placedat
certainly; build the 100 miles between Ocala tbo uII.olllanlh, of the Maleith Midi a then by such tragedies as that of Saturday atJasper. of the true state of 10i ) exbtinj $*IJ,!('. and with the dredges] now: 'build
and at ( Hut when- the remedy'e answer here bl..IC more and more ing can be
Tampa M early a day as is prjidieable. inedible use llt'tlll' completed in nine months. In'consideration
grant as lI\a ly enure principally -
i we know not but it ii evident,, that a we shall have capital coming in larger vol.umetoaid !. i of this work the will
to the benefit of Georgia connections rl'III.1mlllot! be (found or the evil will grow I in developing our latent resources. receive land grants of 400.0U) acres company f immediately
1 ra) Whether the country eansupjtort the other and \"allnnh.11 to alarming and dangerous proportions, There I is, too, need! of reform in re- I adjoining the canal It is -

roads chartered to the s.u points u.another .\ the legislature, with a prodigality. flue I'ublio sentiment mu..t demand the enforcement I slats; we are not perfect and until we I that both lines of (canal measuring expected euthtv-
of the laws in force against the reach that happy unattainable state I
question. now p hit two miles in all, will
Ii; result of mutual wants and favors, has practice; and if necessary., the enactment of there will be room for Improvement. We fifteen 0 completed Led within
ti grunted double the quantity 1\l1I1IwW belonging mow stringent laws It'is net child's play, could affirm I the same of any Northern state, month'-'MltdpMt j TIlt UNITE STATES COU1tTThe Ui the State, the question will urio.ly I and temjvori/.ing with the law will not do ; but Il"l'I' they are not perfect we do not
be action and! fixed at them. They have SOL'Tl FL FLOlllHA-lVllEltK
United States Circuit Court convenedat what rule t there must vigorous a : their 1'1re
s tin grant:: take precedence and settled determination of the authorities faults a, wllli the South, and we are persuaded \ undertook some time since to .
Jacksonville on the 8th, Judge "Woods of ? The clause making: ; the grants in to have the law respected' and cnforetl.Limiuaa. .- investment of capital is no where South Florida till out

the Supreme Court, sitting as circuit judge the rl.'ttl't't'th"| acts provides that the lands: less secure here than thlI anti this fact. wa"e found one
H with Judge Settle; of the District Court granted shall vest In the wh"ngn".I. We give a natty endorsement to all the I shrewd blhil's men have not been slow to authority including the counties south of
The important matter* relative to the railroad comuiiy| 1'iitun says upon the subject of('tIfr 'illg(,011' I learn, as 1 Is ",'ill'nel' by the frequency with .M degrees, and another including Orange $
and ironed I. in section
*, coaled weapons. It U:: a practice which, like vvhkh large investments of capital have recently and \oll lu. We are now again
litigations were harmoniously I disposed varying in di lie relic of barbarian been made south of Ma perplexed
rent acts' from live to ten dueling is:: passing away as a lon and Di.x- by l finding from the
or, the sale of the Jacksonville, Pensacola miles. Consequently tho roads:: first built uI..lnll evidence of the lowest form of ou's line.-Florida lm. that .. I'ulMin County Journal
r)!hv..feal cowardice! the part of those who the of( known South .
llobite, made 1870, being confirmed, tothe will get their land in full if to be found on Itol country
habitually' indulge in it. It t i is unfortunatethat THE Florida bordering
Sl the
on St. Johns river
lutlt bondholders and a resale of the Central"jojvl OILS ,
within the
1)I'\'SCribctllimit.l.and those which
: 'rlmlnulaws! the
the of Stateimposeso!
( consists of
( Mug directed on a notice oftlitty come last will take what is:: 1l"1it anything.The light a punishment for this ('rilllt'arlll still I is stated on the authority of Secretary lUiuu the counties of /Wua, Ornige,
dav*. Notice of this sale has already more unfortunate that the last \legislature Ulaine that there are one million al'pll- uud lrnur.rl., at this rate

i 11', 11 gir n to take place on the 1 &th of Octo- Irish land bill is sill|| underdiscassionn .. took the jurisdiction over the otfence away tions, for office on fate in Washington. This:: South Florida. Is working up this way a
i (rom'(the Circuit Courts and lodged it in is nearly one-fourth the whole sau vill oon 1 be. in South Florida. 'ltna.u .
(*r nt Jacksonville. the English: Parliament, with :i prsptat| jll"II| ,*..* oams.-t'tvriJuin.Ww 1umbr of Jf
The fair million sale was not directly l efeif of its passage in a few wt b. In &llt'ulI "). have already expressed ourselvestrondy votes received by Oarft'h.and fact goes county l is in South Florida, "hnot
a long way twa.1 what arc, the 'I. Johns Nassau and' .\ ;
tlteautrtbut order was .ma-U. ; plae1 tint. bd.1Ii neigh.
s ; .f an f eitvveythingsttuasquits4| ist in Irvlaud upon Ihi barbarous and common I'l'll.rndl't] o! \ReIublleatt party. bums! -- __






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; .1 0 ir/ 11 \ \ i. Indies, and In ('nrllilfor: the sake of the .provement Fund of the Slate of Florida, J. II. PRKSCOTT.Style \ Groceries!' and lro\lslons. ..

roots as well as the (leaveshieh latter is ft nl.-In I F.quity.This \ -
called) Indian-Kale ; for further informatioi ciiusp! coming on to bo beard, it is u. i':. ix>TTiniit: : ,

:< IUuTit\M op l'iiu\i!Mrnt\; consult Sir Hans sloaiie, Mist' Jam. "'01. I I. orderedadjudged and decreed that the Trustees !!

llotanist to His Majesty( )'t. IWHolTO: ; Mrown's Hi;.t. Jam.: nail 1111Icr's of the Internal\ Improvement Fund, I y Fit, '

for the Florida: Dictionary, under the title Arum. defendants. bo noel are authorized. to pay N ?- tor 1? KIIXANDIXA:- FLORIDA,
; I
I through their treasurer the claims! adjudicntetl Comfort

t'J'OX Tin S.ILI: or TIU ,/., I'. .v- .1(. u. R.CONI'InMIIi. I \ against said fund in this causentid for ;Y! liE,\t.lm tx

this purpose to use any money: 'they hate or h tau I
A Journey from St. Augustine Fine Fulmily Groceries>
may: receive as' the proceeds nf \lands l sold or
up the River St. John! to be sold belonging to such fund ; that the ( Durability.Hating I

l'ltOCllfS\IoI: OF THE I'I''I.\I: TKUM: OK lltlv.MTKii }:; amount adjudged in favor of the late Francis I A(1I'ROV1810S.
Pose, for costs! and in this cause: II
With Explanatory Xotos. : stuns! rim-it forisr }'UII>,\\'. expenses 31'1. I
insofar the remain unpaid, shall II .
as same z
The special term of the United :States: Circuit
first be paid:\ subject to the terms and conditions \ I
. I'M.February ( Court, for the purpose of\ hearing the othl'\ orders allowing them ; that aflcr I -
railroad: eases:\ convened in United States: .t :
i -._ the. payment of\ "such amounts' remaining
8tli. Fine clear morning, wind o'clock Marshal! ,Durkce's Ir. Justice ottico Woods Friday amid.1udgeSctthe morning U due tor' costs I and expenses! : the coupons adjudged 7 I Customers can rely upon getting CIIOICKJOODS :
to bo legal claims :again-t: 1 said: funds
west. Sit out after noon, having dried our being present' After the court bad been }
regularly shall he !paid by the trustees through thetrcnsnrer n : asNOTHING:
cloaths and blankets, rowed to (Jrecn wood's'\ opened Colonel Coekrell read a the same payments to bo made: or Inrronsed
telegram and letter from Lucien largely !' myl
a llirdseye, a mitt basis i ns to all claims !MI adjudged
and of
encamped by grove orange-trees jm
; l 1'::+ setting forth that he had been *
q. employed and It I furtherordi'aril that such stuck I"o''t'ur. In Ilonahue,
payable.: HUT THK: FINKST:: 1IRANDS:;
hence the Cow-ford
from to the hallkIIrl'
; as counsel 1 in some of the cases! bill payment shall he made to the solicitors
generally high, with very large oak, I hay, owing to an attack of sickness! w.as:: unable to of record in: all cases where there are such and 1114'.1(h.... grades!*, I am %na-

and great magnolia, the :soil tho' sandy i is get mtel.,0111,1 here.. The telegram be )here: on stated Monday that, and Mr. the solicitors and claimant.where there are 11\11. there to tiled
pretty good. asked that the court ho adjourned, o'r continued patties; ers a tery large assortment. of
and ,
this the
tI.lIll'III\11 ordered adjudged
; .\Xcar.: tt: I.'IUI.NU: ,
9th. A fine morning rowed down until that time. It not,
to the appearingupon
; 11.1of t 1881 in
eighth! July, \.11. I. open( court Hoots and Shoes made by the !
Cattle forl below which i is a marsh on both the record that Mi' IJirdsoyo was iu \\'. ll' Woons, Circuit Justice.TIIOM > AKK1W: AN'D) CONFKCTIONKUS,
any\ way connected with the cases, the court most. eompetent anil "NKIllednorKmeii. 1
sides, then pines, then another pretty large denied the request. The court then took a \s SETTLE:, Judge.Ix : .

marsh. and so on alternately high: oak-baoh, recess until li! (i clock..1t Tliese"" : TIII I: "tHl cur Corur" OK TIII: I'MTI:i> STUT.S,
marshes, and llatpine-woodsandsavnn- t 12 o'clock the court reassembled, and for open : FIFTH Ciurrrr, NoutT11In111: >ltllWr OK areonly < Cigars, and Tobaccos,
the f orders made,
following were :
nabs ; back there i is pretty high stnd; -bills, FI.OKIHV. e\ehaiiged for the "Nameeommodllj.
and some ponds ; nituc to Williams' point iv TIIK: t SITED: srvrus cm i"IT l'IWltT, xourn- Clms. 1'. (:irroiniiigh, administrator t of F TOYS: AND FANCY AUTICLia.Weddings .
IruV: I'ISTUH OP KI.OKIH\, Voso. 1'11. Trustees of the l Internal 1mpnnomcnt This" \> ill he deemed I

and creek, the water is pretty deep at the Sl'KtU. THEM: I, Jff.Y! .1. n, 1*<8I.1..f. Fund of Florida, rt nl./ --In after ': KntertaiiitnenlK: and Picnic.s! ,
a pleasure !seeing' examining
point, out of which i issue several little : i .
Equity furnished at thc shortest notice ut rock hot-
.1.I 11'1.,1:1'111I11.l : Jan -
: ', 1'rins! rt (// complainant I
springs : We then soon came to Forbe.-'s I'$. Tho Jacksonville: IVnsacol.i >t It is ;ordered :and dec-rood in this,, cause, and learning at what II t tom prices, at

4 1 bluff, where grows a good sort of rush to bottom Mobile Railroad: : Company, tho Florida that annum interest shall at the ho allowed late of on seven all percent extremely Ion prices the.se''' I Axmis( : HAKKUY,
per couponsadjudged
Centre Street
chairs with make 'Central Railroad; Company" if of., defendants ,
or malts, much better In to be a valid claim against/ the \ -
than the common bullrush or the three- I'qiiity.Tliis Internal Improvement 1"11111ilf\ this. cause, .
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case coming on to be heard I on motion from. I their to the date of ; <'riiy: "stock ol'GE'I'L1:111\'S: :
square) ones ; it rained,l in the evening, but for continuation of the sale of the pnynlent.iuncttuI honey Sated in Money Made II

cleared up about midnight ; this blulV is road and all other properly of the Jacksonville Mb., .\. I D. l 1MI.ordered 1 in open tuurtthisJuly I FUI\ISIII\ GOONS is!' ttorthy IURCHASK: YOUR KNOIN'KS FROM
Pensacolu iVr Mobile Railroad ('olll >a :\ $100 on a 10 horse $20Con >
) ;
very productive, being covered with shellsof W. 11.11.001'5, Circuit t Justice.IN the attention of those desiring" ,
ny, including the branch road from Tallahassee It0: Horse, and $:i)00( on a :lOIh'NlcI'ow'er
oysters, which the Florid.1, Indians fed to :St.: Maiks, and. the brunch road to --- flue CiioodM.yOrderH. I l Kngluo.: Send for our )prices before purchasing -
Tin: r.Miru r\TK.s: rorur IMITII CIUCTIT,
much upon near the sca-coast. Monticello, made I by :Sherman: Coiiant andAlcxender 1'ngincs, (tins: Tresses, Saw ahdd'ri.st
MiimiKKv MsruicT OK "II.OHIIU. { left to NeleetloiiMill
It Hawkins i special masters, on ; my I Mills, Thresher, or any kind of Ma
10th. Pleasant morning, wind blowing the twenty-nnii ('.'nth) day of :Septembtr: Charles 1'.
strong ,at N.V.. Urcakfastcd on a mess of I). 1S70! and the report of said sale by the! of Frallcl"0"" ,,.. The, Trustees of and guarantoo satisfaction ). and

tannicrs, a species of eddo<< *, which being said masters having been considered by the the Internal Improvement Fllllelilf l Florida price. WALKKR tC LOUD,

boiled with meat i is good food, the roots: are court confirmation, and no of one said appearing( sale' it i is to object ordered tit, the 1111.jlltll'Il It i-ordered In Equity: I Ihat too Trustees' of the Internal J H. PRESCOTT, Xo. IS.: Meeting:: street, West side, nearCharleston

4 inches in diameter, ami 5 lung, wholesome Improvement I'tintlor.'authurizcdtomlke Hotel, Charleston, S. C.April .
and decreed that the !said sale be, and \ d-:3u1< reritaiidlna, I'la. I'I !91881hu."I. : .
and of great increase, when planted in moist- the same is hereby, confirmed. \;: settlementhen' it shall bo proper
and in accordance with t the of the .. .
Second. It I is further '
ordered ------ --- -- -- "
ish rich ground, but will do in III tl.lIillgloil. adjudged --- -- - -- ---
and decreed that the said special' masters 1111 law ot this state: with the "lor tIa Tropical -
Set out, and sailed through the narrow passage Railroad Company for altermitosection\
make immediate conveyance and delivery any IMPORTANT: NOTICE = -,
not being much above a quarter of a of possession' of said property' to Adolph of land sold by the trustees and, within the .

mile wide, running between two large Engler, Henry It. Jackson and Charles IISimonton six: mile limit granted\ by the State! to tho
trustees, it having boon made to Florida Railroad, Company: of which said
marshes little above) bluff called
a a high
the company: the former c'o'lII'an\( is: the assignee -
appear to court that the !same was purchased -
Oglethorpc's or IIr lcr's Mull; (an exceedIng by the said Adolph Knglcr, at the i such settlement to be in lands: J. & T. IC YDD

" convenient situation for the building ofa said sale, \for the said parties. It is further ordered that the receiver and
Third. It is further master, A. )io gl.tt, herein do supply) the
ordered nail
fort to secure the inhabitants the riverin adjudged Are immense additions
up ; receiving : to their already largo stock of
decreed that the "said Sherman: Conunt ullll trustees at their request\ with copy of the
time of war, 'tis about 8 miles from the Alexander It. Hawkins receivers of the sail records: necessary and applied for. by them,

bar and sea) in this: narrow passage 'tis: very property, shall make their final report, returns to enable thl'III'to pay oil' Iho Indebtednessof : SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
and said fund at thc usual charges: .
reasonable to suppose, that the flood-tide accounting to this: court within ,
must ninety days from the date of this decree.In )Done and ordered in open court July 8th, 1
run very rapid, as it has 200 miles up 18S1. W. 11. Woons Circuit
open court at Jacksonville, Florida, Justice Men's and Youth's.
this broad river to flow, in many places 2 this eighth (Sth) day of July, A. U. 1881. Clothing,

miles wide, and many branches and large \\'. U. WOODS, Circuit Justice. IN TIM t'sf.n. .: STVTIM incur rorur Fen "FROM I E
lakes to fill ; we landed about 2 miles above THOMAS SHTTLP, Judge.IX TIII: Miivriir.KN DISTRICT O n H.OKIDV.Francis .

the bar, and walked along a line sandy Voso 1''I'lue'I'rustee+ of the' I IIIt'rlla I lltiSS nS-A full and complcto stock, consisting of HUM mlt SILKS,

beech of regular descent/ quite to the sea :< TIIK: CIHCTIT: t'OrUT WSTKICT OK TIE OK( FMrnirA.TXITKI: STV'rKjiouniKUN ;i, appearing Improvement;. from Fund theattltenu'ntufhenry'ij al. .LI/-WOOL J...\CK; 11UNT1X: <::8, l..nv\I.I.INJoN\ : LAWNS, BARlini; 3 and :ORENA-

low-water-mark to an inlet, up which we J. Fred Schtittc, it ul, r*. Tho Jacksonville Jackson, !solicitor for ('IHllpLL llllllts in thcase DIXKS, SWISSKS:; : TARLOTANS, VICTORIA and PKRSIAN LAWNS at low prlfon.Itargalns )
walked to Hazard's good kind of of K.; C Anderson and others the
one n a 1'ell1'IC'olaIobilt' Railroad Company, v* In Slimmer SHUN", -from Fifty Cents upwards.
man, and one of the best planters in Florida and Florida Central Railroad: Company, I'l Jacksonville, Pensacola and Mobilo Hail roru I

; he U i settled xm a large rich i island, great nl.-Order for sale of the railroad l cud the Company complainants rtnl., in. this are court holders that of Homo bond of Gents' Fine Furnishing Goods a Specialty.Our .
property' the Florida Central 1'ailromCompany.
part of which is: surrounded with marsh, of tint Pensacola\ l (ieorgia, and Tallahas
I m}prosed Dollar Shirt is! the best unsurpassed in fit and .
which on one side is very extensive. On motion of the defendant, the Florida sec Railroad companies: upon( which' thereare qunlity.Hleaehed
: which were duo at thcdatc and Itrouii Cottons at Wholesale. Prices Fruit of Loom
Central Railroad: Company, for a resale of coupons past : ut
11th. Xorth-WGSt wind could
very high ; the railroad and other property of the said of the sales of the said railroads: \I : by tbuTrustecs IO eeiits ; IO-I( Sheetings, !' J5 eentN.''
not venture on the river, so walked all over of the Internal Improvement Fund
company, and on consent to such resale on A case of splendid Standard Prints at <( cents yard.
the Hand. observing his j' And it appearing further that till! said bonds per
; } ; : improvements ; the part of'complainants( and Adolph I'ng-: were received, examined, registered and I reported JWe are Agents (for IMCVMX: &V <,'0., loading Clothier of New York City
invhou said
and the curiosities! both natural and artifi her name property was bid in
cial of tho Indians and of the at the sale made:on the liuth day of September u ron Aristidi-s Doggctt, l lsq.! Mastor : Spring: Samples: now ready ; :'JdO stylts--sixty of them from $1 15: to $25 per "suit.'
Spaniards ; fiac the said last mentioned
pn rice, Fit 'atlec'd. '
A.1). 187'J; it is ordered adjudged and! gTuu
former were several tumulus'a clause, that they here retained in ell I\lCI.r
middling or ''
decreed that the railroad and '
,property of j '1'.A'i it to our establishment will convince that while
fora number of years: by the !nid l master, you wo do not sell
sepulchres of tho Florida Indians, with numerous the said Florida Central Railroad
be readvertised for ninety days, and Company sold\ at but hate been ", il"tI'a\\, under order ot' inferior Hoods, wo are 4'heapet: Dry Goods House! from Maine to
heaps of oyster-shells which one
this curt by DM said Jackoii' and 1'lorida.Xew
public :sale,at Jacksonville, Florida, by :Sherman are now .
may reasonably suppose were mUll)' hundred held ,by (him in a box deposited/ for safe' : "
Conant and Alexander U. Hawkins a- 'c T.
c 'YDI: : :>
in the vauiltsol'thel.'clltrul' .
JliltoacllIallk :
in thousands ,
years collecting by as many special masters, on the terms and condition'!
of Indians!!, also variety of old broken stated and provided in tho final decree of in the city Savannah.: ; York Olllco, ) f7-tf { N.JJ.: Cor. Ccntrll11,1(1'Phinl, Sts..
On motion' of the said, Jackson and by M: Walker Street. J j Fernandina Fla.
Indian 'Tis demonstrable that this court in this cause, dated 1 thcltlst: day of ,
pots.: : very conseutof Itulle '.. ,
May, A. I). 1871>, and that such masters proceed Attorncy-cncral ) rcpresenting
the Spaniards had a tine settlement hero, as forthwith to readvertiso and resell the : the defendants thccaso Francis '

there still remain their cedar post mi each said property, and make their report} thereofto Peso in. TIll Fund Trustees it ordered of tho that Internal Aristides Improvement "W. A. SA.NT33OINr.pq

side their fine straight. avenues, pieces of i this. court.W.. II. Wool, Circuit Justice. Doggett, 1':+q., receive: admit and register ------ -. .
hewn live-oaks, and great trees girdled round THOMAS SKTTI.E': Judge. said coupons in the said last mentioned case II I -- ---

to kill them, which are now very sound, July $,1$91.IN as being good valid and payable from the II I
sale of the Internal Improvement bonds under I
tho' above CO years since they were cut Tlkrich .
the decrees and orders. of this court,

provided I
island, tho' it appears sandy on the surface ERS DISTRICT OK ruuiuiui.l.srecztu tho coupons be verified by affidavit, of .
yet hath a clay bottom, above which in the !said Jackson lhutseverrtl Jhcm from the .
TERM: I, Jl'LY 8, 1881.! mauls to which .
they wcro attached and by
some places t there is a dark-coloured 1 strataof i ;
indurated sand-rock J. Fred( Seluitte. Jan !Prin. 1'11.., rut, The tho rertiticato of Mnyhow Cunningham, WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED .Z
Jacksonville, !Pensacola it Mobilo Railroad cashier Central Railroad I Kink, that they ,

12th. Cool morning with a little white lcIlIPIIIJ'-11i! Chancery.On : were taken from the I'a\.II'II\ in his possession -
frost motion t of the solicitor for AdolphKngler ; and I provided 1 further that the ai"lI1a..t'r .
, yet a pleasant (htS.ctoutearlyrtl( :
: I Ksq.: ) trustee, the highest bidder at shall/ identify the said coupons and i
ing up the river again : on the south-side, tho sale of the Florida C-cntral Railroad! on the holders nfthem/ with the bonds and the if ,

near the bar, there arc some very 'high sand the 25th dav of September, 187!), it is ordered holder of the Itonds so as nforcxaid filed I Hy Hall Steamer, and Sail, PJo

hills, a little above which is the mouth of l, adjudged and decreed that the money with and audited l hy him, on examination 0I I ,
Don Pablo's and bonds paid by said. Kngler to the master nf the iiKinl/cri of tIlt coupons and the numbers ,
creek, which runs towards the making said sale, and which money and of the said bonds.W. .

head of the north river, that empties itself bonds are now in the registry! of this court: II. Wool, Circuit Justice.TIIOM !I !

near t..lugustine'tis; reckoned about 5 bo paid over to till! said Kngfer or his: order AH SKTTIK.: Judge. A LARGE STOCK OF m .

or 0 miles\ between them, where, if u good h i\* the paid register. iisJjie said sale made on .In open court, July I t 4, 1'i I. I ,
the 25th day of SeptHber. IlIil.! has been .
passage was cut and could be kept} open, set aside and a new naic ordered.) 1"'II'.Olllt.'t'. Z I I z.

there would Lo Hue communication from W. II. Wool. ,
a Circuit Justice.July
Office J/IJlln-t'rolll XAt: .t. >f. to (.W) r. M. I
St. John's river to the town, without the 8, 1881.IN Money Order and Regi'tcretl: fitters from 'I II

hazard, of going: to sea, and crossing: two HIJUM.: to lODr. and fromI'.ixi I :
THE riFTI CIKTUlf ('Ot'KT OF Tilt J'XITKI M.J: : p. N. I
trouble-some! bars Four miles from the KTATEX, rout THE' NOKTHKIt.V IHSTIUfT ttVFLOKIIlt. to 13l: ( t'. M. Sundays from JO.'M: to 11'JO: A. )r. L FVK1VIT1JAND/ BE I'

mouth of the river on the north-side, AKIIIVAI.M' IiKI'MUl: OP TIIK MAIIJ. 00 in

branches out creek, called theSi tens, from J. Fred Schutte.; Jan I'rlnlloll'h! angler, .1irtherl Mitil-Arrive daily at 10:2.A. KKtlrti >
two tt al.. complainant, ... The Florida Central II
hammocks that are much alike ; between CleJ"til v(IJO J' N. I ., .
Railroad Company} tt al., defendant
them is a passage to Charles-town for .\. decree fur a r-sale of the }-'Iurielan: JAi.V- 1i i --
schooners; the large ships can come within tral Railroad having been: entered, (cave isjereby 'or (Kiints north of S.n'atttalt / f\\

13 miles of St. John's : a little above this grunted to II. S. Haines and associates only, Hones.?...Idfio; / M.

there i is another little creek and to to withdraw their advance bid of ninevfive Cedar Keynn Trtuuit /:fi/rl'JfJt/- GEJVKKAL
paswge MKKOllAXDISE.
Charles-town ; below which, is an Wand of filed in thousand this court.dollars heretofurenuudeatd .\rrives.......:. .l:(.) ,.. M. I ;
(loses ... ,.. 8:15: A. M.
marsh. Pat by Trout-creek, 3!)))'ard" broad, W. U, WOOIM. Circuit JiMhe.THOMAS ?

salt to its head, up which there i ilt good I f SCTTIK Ju<\;#; '. IIt..t PI'JMf-- I t tt

pine-wood In ojM'ii court. July 8. 1831.In A rriuee.................................,.."., I.III I'. M. 1
and fine range for cattle, with I pursuance to the fore-going leave of the L'1IoI1J ........ ................................ tf: III p. !If.JIIt..llf4m'il4J .I

some cyprewamps; opposite! to It, on the court the aid !bid U hereby withdrawn. awl fit. ./.,/".. /.'',.",.-
south ide) of the river \\'.S. ClIIMIoLM. ;
ill full :
Sandy-point, Counsel and solicitor \rrUe i........lu.'jH: \, N. fl.ui: f. M. t
of high pint, and kick very large jxnids.We associates. for Henry S. Haloes (:,'lo'!w. ....,..._lH.l r. N. .r>>>:.0u p. M.

arrived at Mr, Da vis's near night, and In and ojn court, July $' J>IJoiI. ...1. Jlunrrlmt 7h,",,'* ll-ll J/.i 7- ;>, CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK t

next morning ht-t out Augustine. 'lrrive.t T'ii>s<\lav.unl .r'rKn :' at 2i:: ... N. : ,

.\* the lower-part of the river mid iubranehe The following\ ; order, n-lalhf lb Inter' t'1SI' Jhuttbe'' /LIul 'I h IIr...1.1"I.:. N'oI) 1. N. ... I
are known it nal Improvement Fund of Florida, were ....,. .I IJ.,rr, (i.,., II"J.-., "
{ needless t : ..t1l.1 ,'
NfoiiiLiya Thur,1.I\: ; /l I \. M. \
|pArticular in desertdnghem.) ; Ix THE Ciiucir COVBT OK THE t'xurprSTFS. ". 'flu'tCOLs)" and Fri-liv- atri.r.'I.: IL I ,; ,. ,.' .
FIFTH Ciwvir. NUKTHCKV IhIiTIUt.1' urFUiKID.I. 11'sotIMlalral11'u.1tlayiattu1)4., : I : N. __ : ; (: ..'I'tSS.rW .
'Tanniew -- _-. _ _, .
a specie of 11osx .
F..J.lo'IJ.-Thi8 1 U a I I 'fu"I\ ''. \\ ( trirrl.uyrs ,
Specks I of Arum or Wake JoLiu.Tht-reare Chas. I'. UrN'II.h; admluL-trator i>f Fran .'rirta) nll.I-atunla-, ::.:tlIP. *4.Stet. '

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TIlJ IMIJtJlAXKS.; of ]Ilrlcg, while performing his usual round, ESE n.\I. DIKKCTOKY. I I1AKER: COUNTY. I Assessor of Taxes-Thomas Ilarcn, Cotton

,. I To the Editor! of the Mirror: observed alight to be burning Inside the village County Tudricl D. Davis, Sanderson. Plant.Collector.

I: ; FAIRIHKKS, 1<'J..'.., July ft, 1881. church, at the conspicuously uncanoni- Ironed SlnfCM Ofllocr Clerk-l'. J. fans, Sanderson.KlieriJF of Revenue-Frederick N. Foy,
1b I LAND OFFICE OAINEflVIU.K.JifijSfter -U. (C. Herndon Sanderson.Anterior Ocala
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Three years since this place was a primitive cal hour of 1 a. nt. He straightway awoke Superintendent of Schools-U. C. )Iartlll.
Ttucs P. Canova San
; -L. A. Rimes, Gainesville. of -George .
TI"wh ,' forest, where the tail, straight\ longleaf the beadle and called that official's attentionto Jkeeiccr-Juhu F. Uollins. Gainesville. derson. Fort McCoy.

g pine Uwcrcdin all Its! majesty and symmetry; the siispiciousappearances Having hastily Surrryor-Crnrrrll-Malachi Martin( Talla Collector of RCI'l'lwe-Hidlarll Kennedy, MONROE COUNTY.:

where the wild deer disported with their collected together a sufficient force of stouthearted hassee. Darbyville. County Judge-Cha*. S. Itaron, Key West.
ado f MSTKtCT. COfllT. Knperuitenilent of Schools-A. J. \\". Cobb, Or*-Peter T. Knight, Key West.
beautiful and where the armed with hatchet,
) fawns
; spotted ; 01 West.
list ce. S/Icri.ff-Jeor A. Demerritt, Key
Lee : sportsman was sure to bring down his quar hayforks! and cudgels, the watchman and i Juilgf).1/rtr/c/I-.1.Thomas Durkeo Settle, Jacksonville., Jacksonville. RRVDFORl COUNTY. Assessor( of TOJCS-Walter C. Maloney[ Jr.,

PCl'S! ,' ':i bcit'lle posted stations of their command at ('krkI'hilip'uhher, Jacksonville.! County Jmlijc.[. 11. Richard, Providence Key Wc t.

weiin ( ry.A change has taken place ; here are three every available issue of the sacred edifice, TNTEltN'AI, Hr.\' Xt'E. Clerk-Henry F. York, Lake Butler. Collector of lel'ClIUCWlllter C. Maloney,
S"l'riff-W. W. Tumblin, /Starke.Annersor Jr., Key, West.Superintendent: .
wide avenues, each a mile long on either and proceeded to search its interior In per
t\ ; Cillcrtur-Dcntis Kagan, Jacksomi\1Ik. of Tajrc*-N. C. Wninwright, Lake / of Schools-J. V. Harris, Key
islelod side are twenty-acre farms ; the axeman has' son. The chapel of Brieg church appear?, COU.KCTOI: OF CUSTOMS.: llutler. West. ,

; not "spared the trees," but, with the swing \\i adorned ,by \life-size: effigies of the twelve ./.101111t.. Howell, Fornandina.Kdward Collector of lierenue-llunberry Haynes, NASSAU (OV TY.C'OIl1Jly.T"docIfillton '"

i ere;; and throw of the pendulum, back and forth apostles. For some time the investigation Hopkin\ !' Jacksonville. Santa Fe. J. TInker, Fernan-

tin a flew the axe, razing the forest from the face proved altogether fruitless 1, when, all of a John 1..1anse. St. Augustine.J. :: ftiiiierinfentlent of Hr/tOoll/-f. II. IlhodesStarfie. ilina.Clerk
.. M. Curric Cellar -.J. A. 1'xlwards, Fernandina.
the ;: of the earth, and in their stead the husbandman sudden, the watchman nudged his companion Key. IIRKVARD OOUNTY.County A''jcrr/ Peter Cone, Fernandiim.

'1' cite ,r has raised fences, fruit ornamental and whispered, Look Jiow one of the Judije-James A. McCrory:\ City Assessor of TUJ-CS-Win. II. Garland, Fer-
for trees, houses and crops. The town is regularly apostles is waggling about !I" Ha\0 you Slate Point. nandina.

old laid off into squares and streets, and taken leave of your senses?" rejoined, the : KTTI: "'I? JlEI'\nnIEx'r. Clerk-.\, A. Stewart". Titusvllle.Asscrfor nandiim.Superintendent Collector. of lkn'rnue-1Varren I." Scott, Fer
nOI"'rIor'lit. D. llloxham Tiilhihasse.LicHtciHint'Goccrnor of TEres-\\..tl1It Moses( !' Jeor-
J I lot neat farm-house!?, constructed<< out of the rich, beadle. Not at all ; see, there are thirteen -Livingston i, W.! Bet: h- gianna. of Schools W. A. Mnhoney,

I\U/ yellow pine. Where the tall pine disputed) apostles instead of twelve, and t the extra one cl, Key West.Kccri'tary ColleclroJ },'('I'I'III-1'" ::\l.l'llItt, Lake Jes Cullahan.

bad with the elements and sent its tops skyward has got n mole-skin capon !1" The beadle's, ciclcsiaMical :- nf State-John L. Crawford, Tal sup, Orange County. OR\NJK COUNTY.

.ala: the church spire takes its place, and Instincts at first prompted him to lahassee. Suprrintcadeat of 'I'OIJls-A.. Grady IM County udye-H. L. Summerlin, Orlando.
ilia COJilptt'olla1). Barnes, Tallahassee. G range. ('Ir'l'k-J. 1'. lliighey, Orlando.
'I {where the songs" of the wind moaned mournfully regard this addition to the apostolic company Cf.C'OUNT V. Shine Fort Heli1..r. .
f.I Treasurer[en ry A. L'Kngle!: Tllllllhll ('e..WJrllrOclfrcrlGc"nrge c.o'-Th01I1I1S' : ,
I tb4 through the long pine leaves, the voices as! a miracle, symptomatic of special 1 glory .l 1*. Ilancy, Talla County Tl/ll1c-.J. T. Copeland, Orange Assessor of Tares-James M. Owens, Fort

1 Ing : of God's worshipers, with joyous hallelujahs and 1 honor destinedtoaccructolJriegcliurch 1 hassee.ComniiMioiier. 1'ark. Heill.l Fla.Collector.

1 .I clei '. anil melody, sing praises:'! to the Supreme.The its clergy in general, and its beadle in }par of Lain?*Hugh A, forley. Clerk-O. A. lluddington, Green Cove of Jct'clwe-'Sat. Poyntz, Orlando.<<
I Tallahassee.fiiijierinlenJenl!' :Springs.Sheriff: Superintendent of Be/wols-John T. Hecks,
iIE great mover and power that guides ticular. His pleasant illusion was, however, nf Public /"mrtioll-I-: K. -James ,,'. HeWitt, Green Cove Fort Reid.
t ub and directs this town and these farms I i.s I soon rudely dispelled by the discovery that Foster, Tallahassee.! Springs. PUTNAM: COUNTY.

fcc'' Mr. Charles Furman, a man of wealth, enterprise the thirteenth apostle was sacrilegious rascal I A'<(U"ll1l1t-rc/if/'llI-.1.l' Yonge, Tallahassee1IUREYU Assessor of Tares-Wm. Conway Kings-ley! Judge of! l'mlmte-H. Harrison, Palatka.

tic, I and untiring industry. He bought I who had secreted himself in the church OF IMMIORTION.CoinmiMioiier Collector of T'I''nllc-\VI11. !S.; Plummer, Clerk-W. )0'. Forward, Palatka.
t : -A. A. Kobinson, Tallahas Maxvillc.Siiurinttiulfnt. Sheriff Thomas .
: Khally.Assessor j
fet large tract of )land, above described. from at the time of its closing, with a view to see. of /01l18-f. F. Geiger, -S. E. Timmons.

cl1." Major Get R. Fairbanks: giving the new making a clean sweep of the communion Clerk-II. 0. Long, Tallahassee.; Middleburg.( Collector of lkccnrre-Joseph Price.

I ou town Major Fairbanks' name. All of these plate. When ho heard approaching foot- fytceial .11CIIIs-Rallluel; Fairbanks Aster COI.UMHICOUNTY.. Superintendent of Public SclwulsJ.V..
Building, Jacksonville D. S. Place, Waldo. !;
j hlI. twenty acre farms are sold and improved, steps he climbed\ from the altar into the gallery ; Omnty .Iwlye-W. :M.: Ives, Jr., Lake City Strickland. .
1)1 the parties paying ten dollars per acre receiving containing the holy effigies, and therelie Clerk John Yinzant, Jr., Lake City.
r : a town lot of one-half acre gratis. was seized: trembling with fright, his detection ( : M. llandall, .Jacksonville.Attoeinte ,S/'eriff-J.( Perry, Lake City.Assessor ;/Judge-'\'. II. I'arker, Perry.
Juntlcc-J. Westcott, jr. Tallahassee. 1 Shtriff Thomas Ostccn: Perry.
being mainly I due to his inability, of 1.re.L. \V. Ilh'l.'rsLnke City.
ItJ Ho has settled upwards of twenty families, Clerk-John C. Calhoun Perrv.Superintendent .
ll llI through sheer panic, to maintain a statuesque Collector of TfI.rn-.J. L. Parish, Lake City
J ad who have surrounded themselves with thrifty I attitude. ..1RRnrirdCJuxlicc-It,11. Yalkcnburgh, erintctulcntnf r if Schools-JuliusPotsdamer i I of Srlwol.-T. J. Franklin) ,
I. Jacksonville.Uerk Lake City. Perry.
of trees, jTcach and other
groves orange THE ATLANTA COTTON EXVOSI- -tt. II. Foster, Tallahassee. UU\',\I. COUNTY. I I County/ TI'm/'a-D. S. Sutton, Perry.
fruits, that arc growing wonderfully. Thereis Sure'es D. N.
TION. County Cox .
/ l'erry.Collector
CIRCUIT junons.Fint William A. McLean Jack
I' County Judge- ,
I a saw-mill in the town that supplies them of Revenue
The circular has been issued.
following jiM; L'irrlil-Augtmtus'K) : ::\( Pen- sonvillc.ClerkThongs.
t p with lumber, a store cxprcss-olliccand post- Assessor of 1 l.rC"If.. Peacock, Perry.
by the director-general: of the Atlanta exposition sarola.frcoml. K. Iluckman, Jacksonville.ShcriJlJriah .
office ; and although they were disappointed : Circuit-David S. Walker, 'Tallahas Bowden, Jacksonville.! ST. JOlX'Il'Ol'XTY..
Assessor of Tu-cs-A. J. Prevutt, Jackson- CnottyJudye-M./ R. Cooper /St. Augus
in the results of their vegetable returns theyare ,
f : ; / Circuit1'Y..1.'nnn: Madivm. ville. tine.
th not despondent, but go on improvingtheir A TI.AXT.f1 Eolll;l.\. J J Fourth Circuit-James ::\1. linker) Jackson Collector of lct'clIlcoses:: J. Brown, Clerk ISurtolo I'. Oliveros, St. Augustine.

( property, planting and cultivating the EXECUTIVE ItF.rARTMK.NT.; &. Jacksonville. SI'l'riff-HIII11/)1\ Hernandez, Augustine

Fp different crops. To Intending Krhibitors :. wllhe.Fifth Circuit-James II. Dawkins, Gaines Superintendent of Schools-Albert J. Itus- Assessor of Taxes-David L. Dunham St.
I have the pleasure of announcing that
'ill sell Jacksonville. Augustine.Collector t .
\ c. :
Mr. Furman has hundred acres
over one
the financial success of this great international Sixth C'irrl/ir-1I. L. ::\(ihhl'lTampa.\ HAMILTON: COUNTY. of Revenue-Joseph F. Llambias, ,
under cultivation that be called is assured doubt
might very enterprise beyond a Seventh Ct''lIit.Arl'1ll'r urge St. .
Naiiford Augustine.Superintendent
\ the liberal that have been County Jtitlyc-Henry J. Stewart, Jasper.;
properly a fruit farm. Ho has three thousand by subscriptions of SdlfI.-C. t F. Perpall,
mado to its stock, by the large number of Clerk-J. Caldwell, Jasper! "
St. ,
orange trees, not surpassed by any of actual entries already made, and by the certainty (.0..... I'tileiHlitr. "/'CI'iff-.Jall\l's M. Duncan, Jasper. Augustine.: \ .
the same age, on the !strongest hammock of an immense throng of visitors. On FIRST CIRCUIT. Assessor of Tares-J. H. Hunter, Ancrum. UMTKR: : COUNTY.County .

land ; they are superb, and did not miller my return from nn extensive trip throughtho Fall Term- Collector of llevcniie-\\'. 11. H. McLcod, .1 url/c-I Henry H.(''sassily, Leesburg,
North and West, these facts were hud Santa Rosa I'd I ( in October.Walton Columbia County..SrrperinlrrdentofSchoolsJoshua. Clerk-Thomas J. Ivey, Leesburg.Sheriff" .
from the drouth. Ho plants peas! through : : Monday :-
J. S.
, before the executive committee at its regular Kli in II. 1'ob- ( Dyches,
them, and keeps them In a high state of cul meeting, held June 2.Sth, when it was Holmes: Uil Wednesday Monday after .Itli Monday erts, Ancrum. Assessor of Tares-(J. \\'a11\Vebster..

\ tivation. Between every row of oranges he unanimously: voted to rescind that part of in October. HHRNANItO COUNTY. Collector of' RCI.t'lIItl'-Johlt. Dyches) ,

a has a row of peach trees of the best varieties! the rule relating to exhibits which, required Washington; : Monday after 4th Monday County TI/I1c-\V.. Frierson, llrooksville. Lcohburg.,
for foot of lloor Superintendent+ (if Schools-A. C. Clarke,
payment every square space in October.
and in ono part of his Held ho has planted altogether Sumtcrville.
j ': occupied, and to make the entry of !$3.00! Jackson, :'Id: Monday after 4th Monday:: [ : in Cll'I'k-.T. C. Law. llrooksville.Sheriff3. .
: pencil trees. ][e has the Pecn-to,
the only charge against them. BUWANEK COUNTY.
October. B. Stickler( Bro ksvillc.if .
. I \ '.' Honey' ; Alexander, Hall's' 1'arlyrnt'ral: lee Under this: decision, every merchant, mechanic Ik;,Cllillhit.}' lot:: Monday in December.Tbi ) .11181'110of TLrell-Pran Saxon, llrooksville. County Judge)[. \:: [. Illackburn., Live
Stonewall varieties./ These trees are all'. or manufacturer in tho civilized act a ')('li\l.ll1e..tln1\ of.act of February I .- Oak.

1 young. Ho has! !sent to market (New York) world can enter his wares for exhibition 10, 1879! ami docs not change the Collector of IrL'ellllc-F.. Townsend, Clerk-Robert A. Reid, Live Oak.
I h and secure t the necessary floor space, by :Spring:; Term. llrooksvillc.Superintendent. SIeriff-John R. Sessions: Live Oak.
I j I. from the Pecn-to and Honey peach, a largo sending his formal application addressed to Tin itn CIRCUIT. of Schools-D. II. Thrasher, Assessor! of Ta.resIf.. Sessions, \\'el-

\ I..l quantity His crop will go on increasing in theInternational'otton R"po1itionII'om- ."jirlnit Tm- Fort Dade. born.

fruit every year, having upwards: of 3,000 pnnil.,1'lth.1.00. in accordance his: check with for the the entry following\ foe ort Tavlor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday( in miI.+.nOROUGH COUNTY.: Live Collector Oak. of RI'I'CIlItl'1:011el't: I-'. Allison,

\ 11 trees. He also has the Japan plums, Japan amended rules herewith : April.MudNon l ( 1. : 'Jil Monday( inI'I" 1. County, Judge-II. L. Crane, Tampa. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones,

persimmons, dates, almonds! English; walnuts KICKS. Hamilton 1th Monday( in April. 6'AT*-Win. C. Brown, Tampa.Sheriff Live O a6.
l Spanish chcsnuts, quinces, plums and Jlui.K 4.-An entrance foe of $:!.".4IO( (except Suwiinee 1st after 4th ( D. Isaac Craft, Tampa. 01,1'1'1.COVXT.
\ \ for products of the soil, works of art or Monday Monday Assessor. of 7.ixes-.S. l:. Sparkman, Tampa.
LcConto pears, and two acres! in grapes, of in April. '. County ltdyc-Jl1mcs II. Chandler, Enter
rllltC'utionnll'xhihitM.) will bet-barged for all\ Collector of RCt''l/11l'-\Y. Hurts, Tampa
which there dozen varieties fruited Columbia! I !, ;3d Monday :after 4th Monday prise.
are a
exhibits. There will bo nn charge for jtoorspace. Superintendent of Schools W.P. Henderson
in April. Clerk-John W. Dicklns
looking very pretty He has one varietythat Lafayette,
ho sent to California for, the raisin; I I'AYMKNTH. in April. JEFFERSON. Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson Enter
HI''.': 5.-The entrance fee must in each ,
grape, fruiting and doing well. A year and I cow; the application for Fall 1'tornt- County Judge-J, B. Christie, Monticello.:\ prise.Collector: .

a half ago ho planted out his: Japan persimmon I accompany COI.LWriVK: KXIIIIIITS.llrtK. space. Taylor, 1st Tuesday after hot Monday( in Sheriff( T. II. Simkins, Monticello. of Rrt'clIlle-John H. Jordan, IcSujierintcndent -
October.Madison. Clerk-\V. C.: Bird, Montieello.Superintendent I..nncl.
'. ; the trees are small! but are full of persimmons Merchants( and manufacturers'agents 2d in October. Schools\\'. R.
( : desiring make collective exhibit Monday of Taylor, / of Schooln-.\. Cranshaw: ,
as large as hen eggs, green and only of the goods they handle in their Hamilton( 4th Monday in October.Suwannee )(Oil tiel'lln. Enterprise.

t. t f partly grown. Ho has, what ho calls\: his: may do so upon payment nf one entry OWllllaml.; and, 1st Monday after Hh Monday County Treasurer-\\'. 3(. Girardeau, ::Mon W.Kt'I.L'OU TColtlllil \.

fr nursery! fifty-four acres of different fruits at the award will be to the person making "such in October." ticello.t JlulJe-\V. A. Oill's, Crawlimlvil1l'
Columbia :: after 4th in Kevenue Palmer Monticello.
exhibit. :M; Monday Monday\ OlIerloof -Joseph S/'eriff-W. H. Walker
proper distances: and between these trees he H. I. KIMIIILL, October. Crawford vi h he.
June SO, 18S I. Director-General. Ch..k-Xat. R Walker, Crawfonh-i1le.
has other trees raised from the seed!, that he Lafayette, nth Tuesday after 4th :Monday: Assessor If TLu.t's-J, I'. Grantham, Waukeenuh. Superintendent of SchIJoliJ-\V. T. Iuya),

\ will take up and transplant He has a hedge .tX01'1I1 cn.iLcnt if it i i\it or in October. Crawfordville.County .

,,,." ;" growing around his! field for hedge t fence, 7'111-1; ()n.l.wn;-a WKK. FOURTH CIRCUIT. LAFAYETTE COUNTY. TrfCl.sllrcrY.. Walker, Craw-
t $ Term Counts Jllllye-\ J. Dixon, New Troy. fordville.Collector.
Kditor the Floruit jirn/i
that he sent Texas for the \ Ho had of Agriculturist:
: !slips
i St. John's.. 2d TUl'l411arin1111''h.:: .$.Q"TlwI11M. : J. Walker, New Troy. of Ilcrcnue-W. H. Walker, Craw
ij7. a largo plot In strawberries that bore profusely Lately examining:; u young orange tree Clay, 4th Tuesday in March. Clerk-Howell Hawkins, New Troy. fordville.Assessor.
\ ; ho has gone to great expense to get IIl'.tl.badly Leeaneitm uflected with the 'llroad Scale In Ilrudfonl, 1st Tuesday In April. Superintendent of Schools-J.C.Ramsey,New of Taxes-C. R. Reynolds: Craw

all these varieties of fruits he will now, and hesperiduin, I WI agreeably llakcr, 1M Tuesday In April. Troy. fordville. _
'f ; surprised to see several cbalcid Hies: un Nassau, :ill Tuesday in April.Duvnl County Trta."trrr-J. :M: N. Peacock, New ---
is distributing them to his friends and neigh. known to me, running about among the 1st Tuesday in :May.: ( Troy. 4t41, FLORIDA

bora. Ho wants large orchards of fruits scales, and which undoubtedly prey upon Fall Tl.'rm- {Collector of Itcvfiuic-Newton Sapp) New
,. them. I fortunately succeeded'( in securing St. John's Tuesday In September. Troy. JEU'KLKY.
planted, and he says the more trees planted
1i .fF three specimens, and t they prove entirely nth in : Assessor. /J'CI-\ S. New
Clay, Tuesday September.llnidford. of Ackley, Troy. l
1 'j F the better it will be for him in securing trans- different from any others known to mile .'I- 1st Tuesday in October. 'PoeM.., FROM FISH SCALE,
;. portlalon.lt will then!srck the people's freight. low me, therefore, to introduce this little Baker, :Tuesday in October. LEAN COUNTY.
friend to orange growers, through (the columns County! Judt/e-\\'. C. Byrd, Tallahassee. SEA HEAN, SEA SHELL,
i Tuesday October.
1 Instead of opening the pouch and taking out Nassau/ id:! ,. Tallahassee!
I of your valuable paper.; Duval, 1st Tuesday in November.riFTii iherijJ, A. Most-ley, PALM NUT, ALLIGATOR
the seed ho the to TEETH
a requests people come It measures from .IU to .0.> of an inch in { /ak-C. A. Bryan, Tallahassee.Sujter .

i I; Yt { and take pouches and send homo and plant length black with greenish white legs, MX-: t'lucriT. / of Schools--Henry N, Felkel, Also, FEATHER: FANS AND FEATHER

., them, and when ho trims his trees and vines jointed, yellowish antenna, four clear wings, Sjirimj Term- Tallahassee,
and at once reeoini2ed by having; a large" Siimter, :3d :Monday: in :March.: Trc'flSart'r-.T. Demilly.\ '. Tallahassee. FLOWERS, ORANGE STICKS,
t .. 1\. in the spring will give cuttings for planting. triangular, bright; yellow-colored shield on )(arimtth Monday in March. Collector of 1"I'eliIt'C.. Pearce, Talla- SEA SHELLS, ETC.:
HU motto is: : "Shame selfishness out of the top of its back between the wings. It Putnam, :M Tuesday after 4th Monday lia-see.Attestor. For sale I\nl1rualle
( every man in the neighborhood." Ho baa may bo popularly known as the Broad March.:: o/7iI.re.t-H. .\. Croome, Tallahassee. to order.T. .

i u line house, the finish(: and ornamental work /Scale Cluilcid Fly," and 1 submit the follow. Ll'"ytlh Tuesday after 4th :Monday: in .. "'. .\XSf.I:Y,
: i ing description for scientific readers : Mun-h. LY-< (rU'NTY.: 10 Centre St., bet Second and Third.
is: done in curled yellow-pine, making a It evidently belongs to I'rol'S."or'St.- Aluchuu, ..1IhIOIII'anl'r::\ 1th :Monday: in ('u/u".Jlltle-\\-. H. Sebring, llronson; -- .
4 beautiful finish. > wood's genus \xeophaffus.. (meaning scale :March.: Clerk-J. M. Harco, llronson.Sheriff HtO\H and -- -
+ Thn..ur.
The ladles of the household are thoroughhousekl't'I1'S insect feeders) n genus erected to contain Fall Tc'rm- J. Parker, llronson.Assessor .
certain chalcid flies all of SumU-r.: :Momlay: in Octoln-r. -
Is and which are )parasit: of 7i/.tI.'lf-Louis Apitell, Bronson.
; everything neat, tidy W. 1.. STKEKTY
} ic on the Cocculif. Marion: :y.1 Monday in October. Collector of Rertnue-3. Ira Gore, Cedar ,
iu place. To the doors and windows of this Putnam. ." Tuesday in November. Second Street
( ) (\) \ ti ri.AvitMTTELi.UM, x. HP. Key.Sufierlntendent. opposite the Post-Ofllce,
house and the doors and windows of every Feuwle-Length .(I.) inch. Head, thorax Levy, 4th Tuesday' November. of Schools-J. ]b. Menden-

house in town, are gauze wire battens, per. and abdomen black ; head slightly wider Alachua, 1st 3iondayafter Tuesday iivNovemlier. hall, Itronson. .
than thorax; eyes large and with .
milling the doors und windows to remain coarse utisox COUNTY.
facets antenna SEVENTH CIRCUIT.Spring .
; six-jointed ((1)), yellowish,
a open and admit all the air passing. flagellum elavate, pubescent, scape as long Ttrnt- C'ulClllyJuc1lt'-U. :\(. Wit herrpuon, )[adi-

The settlers have enjoyed the very' best as Joints two, three and four combined second Orange, 4th Monday in January. son.Sheriff.
M. Hankins
joint smaller than third., third joint Yolusia, 3d Monday In February. Madison
health bad sickness neither
having no have
Clerk-John 3[. Heggs, Madison
longest, others about in ::
equal length, Hub llrevard, 1st Monday in March. ti
i they suttered from heat, and are always en. longer than four and live (combine! fusi i- 1 Dade, 3tt Monday iu .\pri1. SufierintfiultHt of Schools-K. S. Tyner, 1\ i

joying a good night's sleep in the cool air form ; thorax black sparsely pubescent ; fait Tin*- Madison n.4Zs' .
scutellum large, triangular and in .\ County Treasurer. S. Smith, Madison. + ( i
that is in circulation.Mr. excepting Orange, 2d :Monday: ngltst'olusia .
Fin-man's fruit farm along! base bright yellow, with three or four \ : :? Monday in September.llrevard. Collector of Teirnae-3,1 H. Warring, :Madson. : .+r+,rpuK It
growing in long hairs issuing from disk: ; abdomen sessile 4th Monday in September. : .
value every year. It is astonishing: what black or purplish black and slightly; fat. l Dade, ::!Monday in November. Atsettor of Tajcet--B. D. Wadsworth, Madson. \ 1
magic there i is in the hand of industry It lentil, sparely; pubescent ; wings hyaline '
would not surprise us to know that this iridescent, with the corners well rounded !'iNATEK COUNTY. 4 .r
pine land would bo made to realize in ten legs pale greenish' almost white or pale Comity Olllrer. (busty Judge-7.. T. Crawford, Manatee.Vert .
years from to-day one thousand dollars per yellow; middle tibial spur strongly ALAOHU COUNTY.innt ( -Robert S. (Jriflith. Manatee
acre. The ekel'tlc1'II\ Whew I" Go and developed ; anterior and! interior femora (\ a Jmljf-Juimit ('. Gardner Gaines Sheriff .\. /S. Wat on. line Level.
r look what progress }has been made in less dusky ,.Ut". : Assessor. f Tiuet.<;. J. Tyler Uradentown :
1n than three years and doubt will turn to be J/a/*-Length .04 inch. lllack. Differs. Clerk-J. A. Carlisle, Gainesville. Collector i'f Jn'nulf-laril)1\. Carlton STOVES HEATERS, HANGERS.

lief. FEUX; MAYBURY.LKTTEU from female in having seven jointed antenna "hcriff-Jlm. Turner, Gainesville. i'onash. TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
-, ; and with tho anteriorirtir of tibial spurs Atftr of cut.-til.'Or W. Hawthorne, Superintendent of School*-Felix J. Seward, "
FROM 1..UUS. strongly developed instead of the middle Hawthorne.iJuUeeJur Pine I.enl. ROOFING AND G 1'TEI\IXG.\

To the Editor of the Mirror; pair, by having palo greenish I legs, the |I"S. uf/:ntIUG., P. Thomas Galnes.vllle )&.\It ION: ( )rSTV.; TUMPS, DRIVEN WELLS:: ETC. f fA

PARIS, ".R.' CEe Jiuie27,1881. tenor femora alone excepted, which is\lusl ky. (Lusty J/I"lt'-: ainuel F. Marshal, O -ala. Urge stock of Stoves
In all\ other IXVJHVU it II;m* with the female. .'\ terintt..Jftti of &W*-\\!. \. heats, Ckrk-RoK'rt Hull.Kk, Ocala. t-all. and on hand. Give mea
.About a (fortnight ago the nlpht-watchnaan \\',., II. .\"II Gainesville. ... SArrif.\. H. Cnitclifield, (kala.. tlier KUUMS compare, )here or my elsewhere.prices! with those of


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8UKK1'' nUSttAXMtr.What waking up to tIle importance of this indus on becoming cool Mrs ,S. Harrison: says : iBBO. 1881.

1 Is there to prevent a farmer from try In our country : We received! bees by express: yesterday, .

having, say twenty-five or thirty head of There is no more delightful\ or ph'nlHntelllJllll and put them upon combs, rivIng also a
sheep or even more, if his::! advantages 'lI1cht than the raiding and! management frame of uncapped brood and \', and ,
should be better, to say nothing of oilier of bees. who has to-day ()I:118)) theare working! like bearers
Anyone large garden ,
flees are now" being shipped to the '.
stock, and keeping them in this ? Withtwenty.live
way can devote or !her leisure: hours to
North and other
from Texas Alabama\
: :
lie have
sheep can choice
meat this
pleasant and which .
profitable industry,
Southern states. The bees were not destroyedby )
from the increase for his
own use, and for takes' one out in the open air among the
"hlfa/ards" there and are now at
the market as n current revenue. Ik-sides ,
beauties of
for the year the shearing will give him some flowers of naillfl'i or\garden\ lit the amongthe Southern swarming point..' T. Tn.
100 pounds or more of wool, which together -
states particularly: the management: of .
ICtMll INIlllC.I'OIt :
with the increase, will bring him in value an apiary i is a continual delight especially'
over the price paid) for a bale of colton if one is provided with the improved) hives: -- -- ---

Thrift will follow this course, and the which have so simplified the whole matter, SAM-:
farmer who adopts it will find), when he goes: and which enable one to observe continually 1)l$1llAllll: : ': HOITSK( ('OXT\ 'itxn

to the neighboring store for small supplies: : what is going on among hi. industriouslittle .11. five rooms, with Closet, front Piazni, MIRROR
he will\ then have the means lighten the friends.!' large Yard, Orange, Lemon and BananaTrees.

burden of his way, instead of having to go .V t''t'.TI.rJ l'I'lIlrlllh'lol'lltl'll. Good title, do.( ,
in debt for the many little articles he hat to \III"T For further particulars, inquire at this
buy Hut the answer is, We have tried this. The writer knows of a young Northern office. 4-lf .

and the dogs destroy our sheep. It is impossible \lady, now teaching in one of the Southern -- ---------- --
to keep oil their depredation with. states!' who, having some leisure and beingof roic SAM

out a dog law, and that protection it i is h impossible an active, energetic disposition, began' ina COUNTRY PLACH: containing -
to get To this we answer tint dogs small w ay. but with singular< good ,judgment A of $n acres, 20 of them cleared upwards "
to attend to the of bees
are natural enemies of sheep, and have done management situated about six miles from Fcrnandina,
that interest great damage in this section and the production of hOlll'lIer objectwas land rail 4"
not much and accessible by cither or water : .
But this difficulty can be met and overcome.And so pcI'lIl1iarI'ewarll as '
strange is to say! though; well known to she healthful found and the former congenial as well employment as the latter, but two road boats runs:: costing one$:;:100 the few, it an untold tale to the ;
many vines and trees
trees quince ,
small flock of ; and mure than this, her example encouraged grape
that a sheep can be protectedfrom farming implements and! over lUll head of
the dogs by training them to graze with and stimulated< other young ladies loa
fancy chickens' ,
similar pursuit, and thus she accomplished
cattle. Pen them together at night and pas- For of toW
terms sale apply
\ : : and remunerative results, both for
ture them together in the davtime. They : A. II, XOY1X):
soon learn each other and her,( well and by herself and\ others .
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this means your sheep will not he molested; At the South the !bees begin to !'WII'lIIl'ar-
by the dogs.' The cattle will protect them. \ly in the spring, and on some warm pleasant Tin: ri.oicinvrpOWN

.Another fact well known and generally admitted daytime inhabitants of a neighborhood
is that small bunches: slieep.will will bo agreeably startled by time sudden beating : IMPROVKMKXT: COMPANY. -

thrive where large Hocks will suffer (1'1'1111IIt- of tin pans, the ringing of little bells, -tr
tacks of disease and other noNcs, supposed in those regions; I

From Jackson: county we hear of a cheerful lobe the necessary accompaniment to the
swarming of a hiThe neighbors! incontinently
tale that we think is: worth the telling :
During the war, having suH'ercd the loss of drop\ their work, snatch up\ their lYriuimliiui.
her husband: in the service, a poor woman "MIII !bonnets," and run over to the garden 8

undertook the struggle of life with four or whew the interesting l movement is in progress Towns! on 1C. 1C. I.lm, *
five small children to care for. An incum- for t the pleasant: excitement is always: punp I'H
brance in the shape of debt-the usual heritage welcome to the quiet hours of a country i
life. \lul ( ,'elnr nt" .
of misfortune-was upon her little
))ropert)'. She gave her attention to a few snxc.i.Mi.: 3o

sheep that belonged the place. Todayshe It i is singular how some persons handle:

owns: between l.fiOO and 2,000 head< slieep. Last year her sales of wool amount while others are always: liable to more or less Rub N,? (
ed to the sum 'of $1,500.: Furthermore her 4 _
injury from these 1J\\ little l'rt'lIlnrl's.'c! .. /
cash account is ahead in the world some think the secret lies in the quiet Offers to Lessees: and Pnr.lias-i-s: u large _
self-posses- '
$8,000 or $10,000. Had she not diversifiedher sion which dillral'tl'rizl''IOIIIl' individuals: : number of the most eligible and desirable. 1'k
farming industries a different talc might while others are nervous. sensitive and\ Lots, suitable for Business Purposes, or for ;;

have been told. quirk in all I their movements.: City or Suburban Residences, En .
Aside from the profits of sheep raising! the The old queen bee leaves the old hive 4.:: .
thrifty farmer can diversify his: occupation with the first swarm. All other swarms are -
with bee culture ; regulating the number of called "after swarms," and each of these UPON EASY TKRNK: ::
hives with the supply of honey the bees can contain! a young queen. Jn the South, with
collect in his locality. In a favorable neighborhood which part of the country the writer is best 1*

these busy little workers will make acquainted bees, if left to thl'III"clwill Liberal Discounts on'nlue.: allowed topnrtil':4
pounds of honey Sometimes as much as swarm five or six times ill one season, but in industrial
: engaged manufacturing or -
forty or fifty pounds per hive in the course the swarms will grow smaller and smaller.But who will erect the
of a few mouths. With 100 pounds of good when honey is the main object, colonies enterprises purchased\ substantial on property -
honey the farmer can huhis barrel of flouror Improvementsfor
should not be allowed to swarm but once,
supply of coffee upon acask basis: and and in the improved' : frame hives this: can he business.residence, or in which to conduct their :::::::ac>c> .A.N"J: :>==
haul homo with the satisfaction of know- \ :
it easily accomplished! by opening the hive a
ing it will not have been charged against few days alter the first swarm, and clipping( INDWM'MKNTS) : TO MAXPFAOTUKKRH ( -
him at tall credit prices to reduce the pro all the queen cells but one. for they will not h exemption for a term of from
) years
ceeds of the sale of his in the fall
cotton sea go without their queen. The frame hives taxalion offered by the several cities: and
son.And arc a vast improvement on the old box towns: Apply at1.Olllce
these cheap pastures will raise your hives, the bees being much more easily!
cows and horses. Too little attention isgiven managed the former. $. cur Beach it 7th ! to this important mailer. We all know IG-lf ,
how horses be raised here. Their mvi.Mi.When ,
cheap can : -- -- --- ------
qualities: have been thoroughly tested. During time been have settled together, no TIII .'...OIUnL.AXl ,\
the war their superiority of bottom and time should be lost in hiving them. They 9
powers of endurance were demonstrated in often cluster on a limb or twig which can JOB PRINTING HOUSE
tho gallops of the Confederate cavalry by be sawed off, care being taken to jar as little > AND} 1MMIiIthT1US.ClMI'A'1) ,

night and by day, as compared with that of as possible. They can be transferred in u
the Federal cavalry, whose horses appearedto body into the new hive. But if they have
be superior build and strenglh. And settled where they cannot be thus removed: OFFKRS:

since this time their superiority and worth thev can be gently brushed into a boxand" OOOOOO ACTOHOflhemor.1
have been shown in the plow, in the harness carried to their new quarters. Somc-
and under the saddle. time when they find the hive entirelyempty '
they will [I'aIn 1)j--gllotanlll'Ill'

U it is a good plan to give them a frame of .ACCJ :;HIH'l': AND) DKSIRAULKLANIN :. : .
ItEXKFlTS OF HOEIXG.A "brood and honey from some other hive.

scientist, who is also u practical farmer, At the North the transfer:: of bees!' from one IS Till: Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel. ,.', '

says too many who use the hoc suppose that hive to another 111:1be: safely done until the
the chief: benefit derived froi.i it is that it middle of June The best time to make the 8TATK: OF FLORIDA/ '.

kills the weeds. That, certainly I is an important transfer is after the colony has cast! uswurm. id \.. .
work, and one which I is greatly neg' I.KMI.K TUUVTMK.NT. At only $l.'!.; per' acre to new settlers, with ,{, '

lected. Weeds are not only in the way of With all animals: gentleness: is great and tho privilege' : of selection in parcels of -10 'f, '

cultivating crops which we plant, but they more effectual power than harshness. This! acres or mon These lands: mire Ideated on
rob them of much of the nutriment which
is eminently true of the bee. Industrious
and the line IIf the
to :
they need Hoeing, then, is an essential creatures have very little patience with rude
service in respect' to destroying the weeds. and noisy idlers, whose chief! vocation seemsto : 1 ] I=tNANIN1J
There are other advantages, however be to disturb and hinder those who aim .
which arc overlooked Let ,
fjuilecommonly at usefulness. As with human: beings some .
us! see: bees are naturally cross: but even these can TRANSIT: CO.'S R. U., < -,, '
1. The loosening of the soil in the opera be cured by gentle handling, and the law of !. ; ; r
tion of hoeing is beneficial to the plants ; as love operates: with them as with all the creatures __ '
much as! the destruction of tho weeds or of God. should be ," '
:: They never fought ; extending from 1-TRNANDINA on the Atlantic 'i
more so. and all quick, active movements: irritate and / : L' : ::
I 2. Moisture abounds! in the atmosphere alarm them. When swarming they are generally to CKDAR: K1 J Y, oil the Gulf coast, ..,n.- -_. .. .
during the hottest months and it is absorbed thus affording to the """ 4 -- .ff H.
filled with honey, and are therefore, producer cheap constant ',. "," '''', "': '.',
and retained most abundantly by a sluggish and not apt to sting.! and rapid transportation to tile best 'w,'" -.-: -
soil which is in the most friable state. Pro- '
THE IIFE :MOTH. markets. f,
fessor Schuluber found! that 1,000 grains of .
stiff clay absorbed in twenty-fourhoursonly The fashionable l lady, with her expensive! [ The belt! of country traversed by the Transit

thirty-six grains of moisture from the air; and dainty furs, knows that a little earless- U, R. unbraces1.VKIIY
ness will be most diastrous to her valued '
whilegarden mall ubsorlJJ tilrtyfh'c grains ,
and fine magnesia seventy-six: grains. treasures, and time bee-keeper often finds: to Having! added MIU TYI:: .AM 1 11' ICISSiS: to our office! and having

3. Then again, pulverizing the soil enables his cost, that he has allowed the destructive : : VAIHKTY OF $UIJ, ,
it better to retain the moisture absorbed., moth to creep in upon JI lII. when a little HKILLKD: WORKMKN': who know how toniso the HJIIIO, we ore now-,

4. The soil, in order! to be healthy and active timely care would have prevented the entrance L"'l-

. must breathe. A light porous soil admits of the intruder.I The colonies must to be found in the State, a large proportion prepared to do any and every kind of printing. .,_
be kept in good {condition and the hives
the air, and thus it is fed and greatly -
illvigorutelllJr the atmosphere. well watched, and there will be little danger being' peculiarly adapted to the culture<< ofSfcMiTnoncAt ... ;;_ ;. ,.: ;1 '.

5. The Min s rays heat a hard soil much from the ninth. : Farms and'I J:'uly't'gda"ll ; '. "

quicker than a loose one. and the hotter the ADVKK TO VKI,1NM.US. and The faire Cuiiijuut Hwliet f Timber -

sun is so much greater will be the evaporation AII ine\i>crieneed person should begin the snake these lands worthy (,'.I l L'b'UJ //A'AMIXATIOX -
from it ; so that the hard soil! is deprived care of bees on a small "scale, and touch the ,
of moisture much! than one of by manufaiturcrs of LUMUKU:
sooner matter lightly till he has learned how I to
a loose texture. ASU X\V.\L STOUt: .
c<'ute his intcrctiuLlabors. It will be
0. The roots of plants 'an find their way {best, at first, to buy on Ptmc or two colonies
through a moist loose soil in search of food of Italian bees in movable frames of the I FROM A
much better than they cad through a hard, best patterns, then study the books and papers ; NJ-W: sirrrLr.iwPun : ,
dry soil which give information the subject,
7. A soil that is kept loose 'thesurfacc
and a j>crson of ordinary intelligence cannot .
by the action of the hoe will receive and well go wrong. It i is a gcod plan to connei't 'basing land from this ounpany are furnished :Jj
hold the rain water t that falls, while a hard Lee.keeping with some other business, and with entire free JNu'syron the Transit *

soil will allow most of it to run off into the not to depend on it, at first, as a JIIt'ILIIoIllf: Rail nmd for family and jK'r oiuil cffttti
valleys and streams as it falls. profit do to work gradually, gain by practical ,
to the Nation nearest the land purchased.TITLK ,
An English: gardener, Mr. Barns. of l)ev experience the only wisdom worth ""
onshire, in giving an opinion of the ini[>ort. having provide yourself with good bookson ; COMPLKTJ:, 'It/.ing! 'h-rivi-d l by .
ance of hoeing, said he did not agree with the subject gO'JlII1llCnJ. good hives, and grant from the United 1 Stales and purclia-e ., -- "
thaso worth who say that one good weeding U other necessaries. The, outlay need not, at from the Plate of Florida.coimi'spoNDKXCK. 'Ail. Neatly" uuil "fit ('''( 1'._ HM'" Ian. Ofllre. In .'..or"la.1' : .
two hoeings. Never weed any crop first, be large, and then if you do not Hue- ', < ". '.,p { >,,
.in which a hoe can get between the plants, coed the loss will not be great. : : : KOLICTTID.: .: .. ,'Jtj: : :
not so much for the sake of destroying the There I is no mord beautiful and absorbing ,. -, \ '.F- '
weeds and vermin .j; \ :-: ?
which must necessarily occupation for an elderly person who has and 'IIL.'lJ.I'IlJIulll'tlulI ;" :;" '" : .. ,'? :: : -
he the DcNcriptive M vis! ( : tJJj. :1"0"'d'
ca-e if the i ,: '
hoeing be done well as "
; laid "ide life's busy" (:cares than the keepingof I' : > <
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for )[ ,- '1 : >! ,,; ,.;:
increasing > .1l'J
the at- application. ,
of the to .
11Cf.itv soil .
an apiary on the plan here Im,ge l'tt. How the water and air to penetrate>> freely and especially 1 If 0110 bay the improved hives. CU.W.: U\Vlri: > -: ::;:- .., ;, ...;;"i ; ::./. -- ;. .:, .1ir
,. Hhrongh It, lie adds ; "I am well convinced so that he can easily watch the ujK| -rations of Land (J/lInl."io"cr.. ;, .('.'
,. IL"Y J there y long U and close practice that oftentimes bis interesting little proteges, he will tint in Otlice cor. Jletfli and Seventh:= HU.tf : -,
: more benefit derived bv fromeepng of
crops the employment a never-ceaaing source 16- .
them well hoed than there I is fromt'tl.ing and instruction.BEM ,. "-
plea-sure -
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the manure appliel--Jlubsle Keg.itter .. .
BV )1 \I L.

l1Jl.IEII.l."G Queen bees an- now safely sent by null to

ron L.IUIES.We greet di...tanc."*. They ean also !Ill |.nrc'ia! < tin ,und an I sent by in ii nit .
by i express f 4T<">-M": i
clip the following article from AmeUjournal kept 1tile bee merchants. for the p'iro-e, OR ORD IRtoDAVID bide the $tate. Order either will\ receive prompt attention I from us, .Idd ,r ; 1
I.ewu' JW with three Me and bottom of wire _
Ol..l Health, u* it will made r '
interest a number f gauze, the top and eiublwing of licit w>* have a our readers who At each end oft In" cage are fastened little ., '_ ...v -.,o.!, _- t.=:, ,.. ti.w I:'..GOlitl'II, :tUIt I Iuciu
f recently embarked
in the bee business feeding (troughs, into which candy in a .:. :. .' ,: r. .:
lit also .!tow. ihaj the ma, tare gradually Jiluitl..tat J bar been poured which harden LISDBJETU ft 80HS, Philadelphb. P* "' '_'c- ,'_- :; --- peRxirurit t'ta.




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THE FLORIDKMIRROR on account of the terse compact IIt'lc- I In l Tim wovxvvn 1'ltESIIL'NT. Sch. M.[ Ai; 1-01",111I, 2i)7) tons, New York to NOTICE: : or IXCOKPOKATHKY.KNOW 0'

I : : which the Information is compiled. I hey1'1't and Collar Key, general cargo, MEN
11Y THESE: pm H-

.' .t ,2.00 1'IAIt; 1,001'Dlt X5/1 l1UA'T1L5. The Jlorultnn has!'! only reached us upon I WASHINGTON: July 1 11.--The. following telegram Sch. Henry 11. Tiiton, 470! tons, Charleston, : That we, C. W. Yuleec, J. II.McGinnis .

\ _.__. _.- the eve of our going; to press! nnd we are, was sent by the President's physicians to Baltimore, i phosphate rock, $23. / William Rawson, W. B. C Dur-
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to its' criticism this afternoon the consulting! physicians: Hark Gem, 3.-IOOOOfeet( > lumber, Pensacolato vec, Thomas Kydd, Calvin H. Dibble) Henry
Local therefore to reply !! '
Reflection Agnew and HamiltolgXt.r'trtlv. \ : New York, $f). !':. Dotlcrcr, and (J. Stark, all of the State of

L upon an article relative to the four million .: MANSION, 1 1'. m.-The Presi, Sch. I': 1ith !t. Seward:; 211 I ton, New Yorkto Florida, under and in accordance with 'the

\ The watermelon crop seems to have been sale. We observe that the HorMian{ has also dent has continued to progress favorably Mavport. stone, l..r)0 ; back from Jacksonvilfc I provisions. of an act of the State of :Florida,

; ; abundant anJ of good quality. They have been looking into the amount of land grants during the past hecntyfonrfiours, \ The fe < to Baltimore, lumber, $R.2.". entitled "An act to Provide for the Creationof
t 1 Hark tonsFernandinatoMon- and to Prescribe! their General
) Corporations
brile rise! "cstcrItnOcrnoon KstelhioG(
t t' :r: been quoted at $30 to $10 per 100 in the made by the legislature. Its summary of than on the previous day was He has again/ : taken less! tevideo or Buenos: Ayres, lumber. |IO net Powers and Liabilities," approved August .

i t. ,\ Northern(. markets. the quantity!\ granted nPl'roxlmnl'Cry since our last telegram 20 ounces: of milk, \ 8th 1808, and an act of the Legislatureof "
\ : We arc pleased to note that Mr.[ Warren closely to ours!'! contained in the present and an ounce of rum: in divided doses! ns n'.t'd, I said State, entitled "An act to Repeal an .
heretofore, besides: a small i slice of milk toast' act ('lItillc.l"n act to Provide for the Creation
", p. Scott, our efficient tax-collector: has i issue! Thl.1111I1rt1ll1g, nnd at noon to-dnY small A \'oun11:11: as partner/ with $1,<'V<). A of Corporations and to Prescribe their

,\ \ made a full settlement of his! taxaccountsfor The telegraphic reports, which we find in sandwich of !scraped raw beef, with,two fenpoon"fill steamboat; engineer preferred. A good opening I General Powers! and Liabilities and to Recreate ."

I. the State and county for the 1880. the Union, indicate unprecedented, heat at of Valentine's/ beef juice and, an fir the right man Address I and Amend the Sections Repealed by '... e
year of Cm*. E.: TAvl.ot.Fernandina I said net" March( 11th, 1879, do ts;:.
commendable the North In Cincinnati 27 deaths. have ounce' Tokny wine, of 18(58( the medication approved( (
A example. has of Fla. h'tt'bya1socmte! ourselves together as a cer :. "
in : consisted a single hypodermic Injection 5
been reported from sunstrokes one day. .
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The experience vegetable growers seems of one-quarter of a grain of sulphate "orate! body under the name style f
to have varied-some succeeded and others Curious!'! ns it may seem! to people, of the morphia given last;\! night, und ten grains Notice to Tax-l'tiycrs. THE HEACH HOTEL( : AND ROAD COMPANY .

North, if they will examine the weather reports bi-snlphateofqiiinin\ \ nt8 a. m. todayVe 1 am now ready to receive tax returns for The principal \place, of business of i ..
failed. One gentleman gave as his experience administered the Hlank will be fur said !shall, be in the City of Fer-
in Florida they will find no such oxces yesterday! nn enema of soap present! year.(\ Company
,I that his first planting was! a total loss, nod. water, which. was promptly followed by nished my office\ over (I. Stark's store, corner nandina, in the State of Florida
and second paid expenses !!! ive heat. This has been warm season a copious movement of normal; conscience of Centre and :Second:; streets. II Thnt the! business! of said Company .

t Florida, but we !hear of no sunstrokes, and, and color. At 7 p. m. his pulse! was UK), WM. H. Ginr\M. !shall be to build and manage n hotel and; ,

We see limited shipments' going forward of the temperature In Fernandina: has not attained temperature ]I01.i, respiration 24. Tu day nt F.mx.IJIll'l'h 10, 1881-If nccessarv accommodation on Amelia Beach, f.

onions and egg plants. As both of these a maximum at any UmopxcoodinglKJ, : N:30:: n. In. his pulse was 'JO), tempcrnturcOy.H, -- .---- and to obtain the right of maintaining and ". ."

t .vegetables have unlimited keeping proper. respiration! 22. At 1 p. mn. his pulse was !94, J"or Sale. collecting toll on road connecting the !beach : .;
degrees. The health of the interior, we of Fernandina. :'
!)8.5) with the City ;
respiration 22.
tics, we see no reason why n large trade learn is oo,1., temperature W .\ Family Carriage, in perfect running or- ) l
generally \"II1\lITO, 1). C., July 14-11 p. m:-The der. Seats'four. Has been but little used. -\
t : might not be carried on, even sending onions The' Mai( lory steamers lame and go with l'fl'!>Iilcllt's afternoon fever was late again in Apply to W. U. C. DrwYEK.Private .
: to Wclhcrsfield. nnd afford comfortable making its appearance to-.la".nn,1 its intensity into shares of one hundred dollars each, /.
great regularity, a -- ----
as compared) with that of previous with privilege of stockholders; to subscribe .:
1 The bridges on the county road: need at and speedy' route North nt a low fare. They days, showed a further decline Up to 5 p. ( School. in (Aone-eighth(1)) ( ) one-fourth andJ( ) one- ,\ ,
Mrs )11. 1 U.; Alexander
\. tention. The one near the two-mile post is now advertise excursion tickets at $11 from \I}:, the patient's temperature, which i is the will open, a !permanent half shares!-ten per centum of all subscription !

narrow, and should have side rails.:! The Jacksonville to New York and return. As surest test of febrile disturbance, remained the Kith privateschoul( of May, and in the solicits Haplist a church on of stock to be paid when such subscrip
normal and the of generousshare tions arc made, and the remainder as
first bridge: on the has several' this includes meals and state-rooms both range poise was only of public Terms liberal. may
bo ordered the Hoard of Directors of said
from 92 to !aim.I After 5 o'clock his tempera by ''r'I
holes and decayed plank which render it ways, it Is much lower than by any other ture gradually increased, until the 7 o'clock of Apply 8 at the and l'Iw"II'oolll between. t hId hours Company.IV. w ;
: .
a m. m
'. unsafe.t route. These! steamers are substantial, and examination was made, when it was found FKHXVXW.VA p. That the corporation hereby created J
S 1881 : .
; to bo 101 ; since that time it has again fallen May shall date its corporate existence from theday I
leave in the interior ,
t The people in the interior are taking n passengers: can any point ---- ---- -
leaving 101 as n maximum of temperature of tiling of these articles of ineorpora-
good deal of interest in the matter of sea by Thursday's train to Fcrnandinn, go and 98 ns a maximum of pulse\ for the day. When the Fields are White with hon, as required by the acts as aforesaid, _,

l side resorts. Excursion tickets nro on sale immediately: aboard tho steamer, and arrive This is n marked improvement upon time Cotton ? and shall continue fur the term of ninety-

at various points In tho Interior for :St.:; Au. In New York on Tuesday, free from dust, record of yesterday, and further proof, it' No money now ; can't buy pianos or organs nine years.
w I proof, were needed, that the fever has passedits till cotton comes In. Yes you can. V. 'hatthe business of the Company shall ]'P p
t ;, gustinc, and n daily boat runs from Jacksonville smoke and heat.. crisis l a..lls.. slowly subsidimr. Dr.) Rev- Hake up $10) cash on an organ or $:i'o! cash on be conducted by a Hoard of five ((5)) Direct m t'

J. to Maynort. --- -- --- burn, nt 10:30: to-night, said that the Presi i. n piano, and we will sell you during June, ors, to be elected by the stockholders on the

I St. Maru'Sf Gcoruta, Academy. dent had been gaining constantly! since yesterday July, August and September at rock bottom first Monday'of( March in each and every ,

p' excursion from OcalaciuneuponTuos- Wo are glad to learn, that so marked has! and is better now than at any time\ cash rates, and wait three months for the year, excepting that the first election shall

t day) and returned on Thursday! composed of been the success: of this !school under the heretofore. balance, without one cent of interest. Cash be held at such time as!, the undersigned cor- (

J many of the best people'of Marion county. -- --- -- rates. Three months' credit. No interest! porators, or a majority of thorn, shall determine +'
of that it is
management ,
; Don't forget it. Grand summer clearing- Said Hoard of Directors shall
Heavy upon
i Wo were glad to see them on our streets, and not improbable n new academy will be Shipment of Melon out sale of new and second-hand instruments elect President and. Secretary, and such

f ., v.; our people will, no doubt, return. the visit in built, and the old )prestige of St. :Mary's made The largest from this shipment of watermelons! ever -.' OO pianos, 500 organs/ All styles other subordinate officers as the business! of

tho.time. of the golden orange. High School bo revived under his admirable place was curried by the All ;grates All \prices. Must: be closed out. tilt Company may require.\ j
steamship CitJl f A"Il! *t'l. for New York
Special terms to installment! buyers. Cashprices VI. That the highest amount of illdebtn -
r) The recent rains have greatly benefited administration. The secret of success Saturday;\ the shipment amounting to 31,10.:. advanced only ten per cent.: Fifteendays' ('::!$ or liability to which said corporation ,

\ l' the crops in tho interior ; late corn I is doing in school teachIng lies beyond mere The i&irnyotiHt, for Italtimorc, had 3,22. mel- test trial. Guaranteed instruments can at any time subject itself shall be twenty-
Oil!!, and. t.../ ) (lfl', for Philadelphia, 2.1132- w
very well, and cotton promises to turn out "book knowledge," and the wisest ,le\ll. i makingn'total from six best makers. Catalogues and full five hundred) ($2,000)) dollars.!
ii i shipment to three ports information mailed free r
ehnrgl'volll VII. That the said shall be
a good crop. The lands which have been inc" may be n failure if he knows not how of ."7,312: melons.-Hnvuinuth, AVwjr. Company
t being imposed upon by Beatty or any other vested with all rights and privileges which
I ; : cropped In vegetables are now in fine condition -, to imixirt\ his learning to others, and win the I man by ordering at once from the great the acts heretofore referred to can convey.VIII. a

J' ? for sweet potatoes and field peas regard as well as esteem of his pupils. In :SVI.ES: : OF PniLio: 1..txus.-Titles wore made wholesale piano and\ \ organ depot of the In witness! whereof, we, the partiesaforesaid :
during the month of June to the I" llotvingIlubliclandshmtheollceot'thecommissioner South, Lndden\ t Hates' Southern\ Muics( I, have hereunto sot our hands and \ '
Ibis < the incumbent of the
Tho Beach Hotel learn will respect present \
wo probably \ ( \ : House, Savannah, Ga. seals;, the I 18th dav of May, A. 1). 1881.

't he opened on the 1st of August, under the school has been) eminently successful, the Internal improvement ami swamp lands;\ __ _n__ ___ d C.'WICK'LIFFE! : YULEE:,
_ management of an experienced gentleman progress of tho pupils marked, the approval' f ,770.1:1: acres for $33,130.10.: : School\ and Xt.wth'erUott'menhl.. J. H. McGINNIS,

f Jacksonville. It will no ,doubt prove n of the parents hearty nut assured. We seminary\ lands, fMJO( acres for $1,170.) ----- W. S. RAWSON:; ,,

;': popular resort. We learn that It is intended therefore: wish I time movement every success, II tin ye of Thermometer I \1T1:5LEYASFEJLtL1: T.W.KYDD H. }C. ,DURYEE, '. .

; to sell excursion: tickets: from points in the nnd cannot doubt that a high school at St.Marys : : : S'I'1'I'UI'E:, C. H. DIHRLE) ,
Felt THE WKKK tSI'I\\I: FItlPVV, JTI.V\ I 1">.
interior nt reduced rates. Georgia-one of the healthiest, as nt .. HTAUXTO'flWIXIA.. H. E. DOTTERER,

0110 time most frequented not favorite resorts _.. IltR. ;tY'HIIn'I KTOKK. (Opens September 'Jith. lSt!). One of the :2!!> 0. STARK. '.
We learn from the friends of young Mr. -- ';, -. --I";'----J--- l 1'insT M WOOLS FOR YOUXU h.vines: ix run i
ll'i,1 I
in that
will both
1 Wlmbcrly, who was said to have fired n pIstol prove a I_ : I UMTKD ST\TK.S.: Surroundings beautiful. G.1'.A'LRY,

l? ) at heel Young, that ho denies! doing so, to to the visitors citizens settlers lI\IIllln in additional this attraction Saturday..........I 87 I {lx) 80' tit:. Climate unsurpassed.! : Pupils from seventeen

I timid claims that ho can provo himself Inno- or section; :Sunday; ..........."1 87 UI SS ; J.:. States.
Monday;...... .... S3 89! f'tJ' S1':, THEUNION.
cent of that charge. We presume the I legal Archer, 'i'imcstlly........:.....j' 80' tN! ) H8 I HI':. Hoard, Washing English-Course) AND HOARDING HTAHLKS.CA1WIAGKS ; : .
Investigations will fix all responsibility! Mr.( S. T. Fleming is rajidiycullctingma- \"l.llIat's.1ar..1 //'il 84 I HII; HI':. Latin, French, German, Instrumental, :Music( LIVERY : tt

where It erial for his business Thurs.laY..h. 8.3 17 8t; ,:SE.Friday. ; :. etc., for Scholastic' Year, from September' to
; properly belongs new : : room.Mr. I I I June, $:23S.:I, For Catalogues!, write to 1 AND WAGONS

The crop of oranges! will be fair on Orange { W A. Geiger has n store-room in !: : : : 81 $OIkoi't _: !.=._ REV. WM.[ A. HARRIS.: : : I). D., I To and from !Steamers toad Trains.

v Ili- f. ]aka and south of it. The long drouth >roce"+s of erection on the )plaza. President, CONTRACTS FOIL HAULING, Ktr.

., I, caused some fruit to fall, lit not to any Mr. C. "". Hauknight will soon bring on n .1,11:1.\1-:, -33: .. ----:Staunton:-- ---,--Virginia.--- -- .-- FOR SALE :

0 f great extent. Wo plucked nn orange which heavy stock of groceries, Notice of Final Proof.LVM : HOUSES, HUGGIES;, HAIINKSS: .

Archer will soon have eight stores.Several I'ernaniltna.HIGH CAUTS AND WAGONS.
seemed to bo of about the of those .
i on the trees!, and found it ml'asurL'I1I1eVCn heavy rains have. cooled the air WVTFU. : May 2, lSSl; ; : -Office[ and Stable-First Street, near

and a half inches in circumference and started crabgrass: an iai.i ugly. Saturday, July 10......11:10: .\. M. ...... J'. I. "VfOTICE; is hereby given that the follow. Broom Street:; Wharf. 49tfHA1U ..f 7 '
...... 0:11 : Jl ing named settler has tiled notice of her .. _
J. 1v.Villiamms\ ):.sq., lut'4" field of cotton Sunday, I j : 0:13: -------- -- --- --- -
The senatorial contest at Albany remainsin that be Monday, "IR...... ]::07" 1:28": intention to make final proof in support of
promises to tho best One stalk has
ttatu quo. The administration Republicans Tuesday, 19! ..... 2:01Wednesday. : 2:15":: her claim, and secure final entry thereof at
have had a caucus and put in nomination 80 bolls formed, anti over the field it I is the : :2t)...... ::1:01" :3:32:: : the expiration of thirty days from tho date J

rule to find three bolls ut each joint. About Thursday, 21..... 3:30: ; 4:10":: of this notice. vi-J : J..OUllHt.UnO: <:K, T

Messrs. :Miller and Lnpham, who are 400 )>ounds cotton seed; meal nnd forty Friday, H- :!!...... 4:52: : 5:2i::!I1"ARlU.tO. ; Homestead", No. 017, before Clerk Circuit v-Mg ,
,, : n rncmbcrs of Congress! from that state Court, at Fernandina, Fla.,' on Friday, June
; and not known t lo'4'ame.( They have succeeded pounds sulphate potash were used per acre. 10th, 181, for the west half of northwest ,

in getting as high u vote ns! 70 to 73 A trial field of one-half acre sorghum halo July 10-S. P. City of llridgeton t I Fit/ger- quarter) section 21, township :3 north, tfAltiTRENEWE
cut It range 21 east ; and names the following asher
was the
I :: out of 78 required for an election. Unless npcnso recently. yielded at :Savonnah.:! witnesses viz
rate of :5,000 pounds fodder 13-S.S.City of Dallas, Uisk.New York.
t per acre.
tho stalwarts weaken there bo, James
election. McKendrie Lemuel
can no Point McKendrie, of
P Creaser Charles
This i is the fodder *
:; plant we so long have ton. Callahan, Fla., and Henjumin C. Parker, of
sought for Florida. King's Fl'rrIIl1d 1'. W Higginbotham of
= ;: The condition of the President seems to be -S. p. City of llridgeton, Fitgerald Helton, Fla.:
The prospect for cotton! is the best for Savannah.
altogether satisfactory, and but little 20-5t' L. A HARNES: Register i
apprehension many 'I'Urs. J. C. X. 11- c'h. A. & K.: Hooper, Truitt, \. lias been in constant
----- --
deems now to be felt in regard to Charleston. (
July IS, 18.1. In JiiMtlce'N
his eventual recovery .It is, a great relief to -- 13-S. 1\ City of IJridgeton, Fit/ger- Court. f use by the public 1
,aid Savannah :! OF FLORIDA,
tho country to escape the Impending ills of Call for, a Jteunton of rinley'ti STATE NASSAU COUNTY. for over twenty yearn, .
Jlrlyade. DKI'AKTKO.: :
.: u an administration \It stalwart hands. The To C. A. Williamson and II'ife-You are
and la
t.. Northern nre full of gush and At a reunion of the First and Third Flori 8-Jirifj Jeremiah., IHanchard.St.:; Vin hereby notified that writ of attachment I the best preparation
papers very
da Regiments on the :30th day'of July, 1S." cent. been issued against you, and your property J ever indented for RKSTOU- iI
r trivial details, which are gossipy and unreliable on motion unamimously adopted, an invitation !'J-Seh. Klwood: Dornn, Warrington, attached, to satisfy the demand of Charles The '.

l but detract from tho dignity and importance was' extended to the survivors of the Philadelphia. Angel, amounting to $_: 0. Now uIIII'SS'Oll I ING GRAY HAIR TO ITS I State v'

: of the great tragedy other regiments of Fiuley'u Hrigade to unite II-is. I'. City of Hridgeton, Fitzgerald, shall appear before J. A. Ellcrmann, a Justice
with them at their next reunion, at JUl'kl>on. :Savannah of the. Peace in and for said County, at AND "'" #
Tho Philadelphia l'apcru'Cm to be assisting ; wine, on the 27th day of July lS$l.With 13-S. 1>. City of lirid;eton, Fitzgerald, his office at Fernandina, Flu., on the 27th VMFE. and f

t I in the Okcchobeo boom. Hy n curious the sincere desire that this cordial Savannah. lay of August, A. I). 181, at 10 o'clock a.m., Chemist .

I '( ;t. coincidence! tho New York Herald contains invitation from our comrades of the First I l-Scli. .\. & K. Hooper Truitt, Phil judgment will be rendered! l against", )'011. / It supplies the natural I of Mass.

(i. t and Third Regiments may be us cordially adelphia. CHARLES: ANGEL, food and color to the
advertisement of the Okechobec t hair :
a displayed
accepted earnestly: nnd affectionately request -sell, V. L. Hickman, Nash, Phila Plaintitr. and

; Company offering. 100,000 shares in the Okc-- timid invite the reunion of all the survivors ; telphia.e.5 Fernandina, Fla., June 25, 1831. glands without ktululuj the 1 leading I tskin.
of the Hrigade; at Jacksonville on the js. City Dallas! disk, New York. It will Increase and '
}. chobeo project, nt $10 mach to be applied for --- -- --- --
between lath 17 day of July, 1881.This 15-S. 1'. City of llridgeton, Fitzgerald, In JiiHtJar'N ( ourl.ST.UJ' thicken the growth of the I Physiclans- .
July and 18th ; half down and
invitation Savannah.s. .
l'ordlallextrllllt..1 to :: OF FLofffDA.COUNTY hair, prevent Its blanching + if
half of the certificate. If this tho Point Creaser Charleston : I
on receipt survivors of other ex-Confederate com- -: city and endorse
OF( NASSAU. falling off, and thus I
project U successful, it will place one million stands* and also to tho survivors of the ,
To t.t.. 117111"6tlltl\ \\ AVERT
\ \ Wife-\ You are BALDNESS. and +
Union; who t.JIttiflth i'l
dollars in the hands of the Okcchobeo Company as we believe \ l IN PORT. hereby notified that a writ of attachment

to commence operations with. the patriotic desire that nil the sections of Hark Timoru (CBr.t) Slooumb,427 ton$. has been issued against! you, and your prop recommend I
our common country may ever hereafter be Hark Sabine Kills, 834 tons. erty attached to satisfy the demand of James It cures Itching, Erup. it''
held in .
i We saw a curious illustration of Florida uine together and lasting the brotherhood.encirelingarmt ofugen trig John Welch. Armstrong, 316 tons. K. Meddaugh and Wife, amounting to$35.88. lions and Dandruff As a as aWHISKERS

ways this! week, being offered canned tomatoes J J Seh. A. A H. Hooper.Sell. Now unless you shall; appear before J. A, HAIR DRESSING It l. very !
:v. Mary Nowell Furman. 307 tons. ) JI'rmann.Il'Justice of the Peace in and desirable, great I
p'1r' at tho table when the ground was: covered N. II.-All communications addressed to for giving the hair a
a f Bch. Mary W. ][upper, Gilchrist, 278 tons said County at his office at Fernandina Fla., silken softness which triumph
: all
with Captain A. Doggett at Jacksonville
fresh and ripo ones of superior the in reference Hch. C. V May, Davis, 2U> tons. on the 27th day of August 1881, at 10 o'clock admire. It keeps the i lII me di. ;I
,. quality. The canned tomatoes were shopworn to proposed' reunion will receive i Seh. C. 1-'. Heyer, Poland a.m., judgment will be rendered against you. head ,
Inuuc late clean sweet
attention and prompt replies. and healthy cme.
?. ,of last year's crop, retailed at twenty\t J. J. *'. I II J. K.: :mDu.U'UUXD: WIFE.Plaintiff.. ,,

-.' five cent a pound. Tho same thing may be I i ......--_____ MltMOR\SDA. I 11GKINGHAMs
Fcrnandina Fla., June 2o, 1881 '
LM Letters "
seen every day in country stores, shelves of Passengers from Fernandina for New York -

filled with canned tomatoes and other vegetables Remaining in the PostOffice at Fernandi- per steamship( .City of Jtalbit. July 14 : Mr. lu Justice's Court.

t oysters, clams, etc.I which abound In la, Nassau county, Fla., July 8, 1881. Persons and Mrs.!. Sister Iiei at, ..Woodside Joseph 5.11,11igIm, Mrs.{ Jane,.tnitb.ltlanchart A-. S TATE OF FLORIDA,

our.State, calling for these letters must say advertised I).'JloWa)', Tburlaml Jukes Mrs. C. S. Hill, COUNTY 01XA8.U..
; Miss lIattio Chestnut,!tarry Thompson Hev. To George U"lu'tingYou are hereby uot!.
In Alachua county an agricultural anti tied that a writ of attachment has been'issued ,
,Alfred. W, M., ]Maker, Martha '\ J. MvCormlck and seven steerage. .\\ D r
immigration meeting was held! and persons llorroughs, Dr. J, U. !faker Julia C., Cargo steamship City qf IMlat from Fernandina against the you.demand your of W.property attached, to FOR THE YF
Appointed to write up different portions of (BarterCharley, Davis John, to :\ew \ ork. July 14 : 71'- !barrels satisfy of H. Thompson suryivlng -

the county. We should fear the result DrmmnoiuK Fanny I Edwartis1'aluwge.: !; rosin, 173 barrels spirits: 2X: : boxes cedar, 9 lug to $partner:.'';.2.'). Now Dickinson, unless & Co.shall, amount will change the
Folsom, II. R., Garvin James bales l''Hol101 empty keg 55 crates vegetables you appear beard to a KROWN or +
would be too great diffuscncss. A special before J. A. Kllermann: a Justice of
loodyear.! Lieut. C P Gordon S. E. !, 8 barrels vegetables, ;23 ' in and for said Being In
committee of one would probably be the Ivts, Mollie L., Jones, Ceasar chandise\ 5,73.1; watermelons! : barrels pine County, at his office at ODe
Fernandina Fla. the 20th It Is
on : of
day August easily applied, and
best to receive and digest their reports. flit.t Jont.'ll.Ifred., long Jerry, apples. A. 1>, 1S81 at 10 o'clock .
a. in., judgment produces
fu<*ness seem to be the fault of a large part Mallett Annie. Quarterman, R. S.. CIUKTER4. will be rendered against: you. a permanent color that will

+ of the letter writers'about Florida. The last Matthews U. 8., Robinson! Samuel, Seh. Win. U. lrurv, 300,000! feet lumber, W. H. THOMl-JsON, not wash off. 9

Commissioner of Khockland Fannie Smith, ]Uzzie, Fernundina to'Philadelphiu, p. t.Soli Surviving l jurtner of Dickinson .t Co.. I 1'ltE1.\ltED
pamphlet of the Immigration Williams, Mr, BY
; Marcia Reynolds 310 tons\ New York Plaintiff.
Is, to our mind, all the -more valuable ',,,'.. T. Uu>ll tLuP. M.( to Charlatan, tone, $1\(1.\ lYrnandmu, June IS. bl S[. td i R. p, HAlL & CO., NASHUA, N, H. .

;< Sold b all Deilus: Ism. Vm_1M. '

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