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Florida mirror
Uniform Title:
Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
August 27, 1881
Publication Date:
Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
Triweekly[ FORMER <1890-1891>]


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Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Nassau -- Fernandina Beach
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>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
General Note:
Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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''i arrival at the custom-house of letters South Florida: Railroad that t the road from I tcnco and the neighborhood which they A CILIXGI: rojt Tin: WOIISE. ,
;; S1'.II'I 'ml'S, is the Ml'n'l'--'flll'lIlIlIll'rlto the many resources! ,

i 4y. informing the collector of the shipment of Perry's :Station toOoalacan "graded, t ticrland iiml, the varied products the numerous TII}: srnoKoxs!: ARK OUTTINU 1) IISWURAORI

.ut, ll'mllot'd. 313,700' building) / brick to D. 1''. Sullivan. graded" in three months( from the :iMinst. (fruits, vegetables, etc, this country is capa- TItK OtAKDULAK BWELttNO" Tilt MOST

.1 1lcssrYAlvarez&iaskinsarchaving! their These!! are stored onboard the British shiprorttt ., and that it will bo done iu time for the hh- of al1orliIl! would make a long catalogue. THUKm.MXO; FEATUUK OP
I SnlhYe it to 1'11thllt, with the exception
and cutton gin machinery I'iyhtt, which\ vessel cleared from Liverpool winter's radio. Over live miles of throtel! TUB t'ASE. '
f boiler, grist-mill : of wheat all till staple crops grown :

; full overhauled and put in thorough order ) on the lib insf.! -1'entncotnrawer.( has: already lll'eniroltl'li. 'FIisis, a nev" way at the North will flourish here, some, however On :Sunday President! (:Jarficld had another

of )building, railroads in the South-pushing not yielding as heavy crops ; and all
|for business early this faH. Their gins are rrankltn: : vomiting twice during tho after

'. Jail in first-chlss condition now and ready llclovv wo ,give ratheruhurriod description the work, right, straight along! no stopping\ \ the well,more oven northern smile kinds fruits! of apples and berries and pear grow, noon. The physicians were of the opinion .

\ i for work. With increased! facilities they cx- of the county for the information of many for mi) thing.-Colonel ;P. l L. IMney) says and almost very nearly every I known; garden: t that it was caused by the secretion of mucus '

; I pect to do a much larger) amount of work inquirers : =Nature haslavished. considerable he would rather take hW chances for making vegetable grows perfection\ many of them in his throat,, ns result of "the inflamed .

;this season than last! They C'.1I1110W put up wealth on Franklin county, and with the all orange grove in West Putnam than in yielding;; enormously.__ _ _-_ _Menace.The _ _. gland. Since then; his condition has

; ;t cotton in the neatest and, must compact proper development it can be! made one of any part of Orange county or section as far Stynal Service l been regarded ns slightly better, and he has

manner, and we might additli extra dispatch. the most llourishing and prosperous counties i south. Tho soil i is better, ami drainage perfect have been made with the been able to retain small quantities of' foodin

\ ,-Markr Ttteyraph.Columbia.. in the State. It t is bounded on thcnorth llesidos, grove i is likely to be less Injured Arrangements his stomach. Thes'weltingorthe parotid
rail 1'0:11111111 telegraph! lines in the cotton
,by Liberty and "'lIkul1l'U: t and south by from frost! Farther south the trees! belt for the of collecting rl'liaLteillfmllltion gland had not perceptibly changed on
I purpose
I the Ulllf of )Mexico and west by Calhouncounty. tire almost!! always in a state of animation.:
beans"growing Wednesday, but it was observed that it was.softer
d Our citizens who have "castor in regard to the temperature .
It is divided the : If a frost occurs, bo it ever" slight, it will
by :
1i ; this jour sholll,1'e! all their seed, : and rain-f 111 (in that section from April 1st to to the touch, and a more careful ,investigation -
1ii and includes Apalachicola bay, t.O'nrgo's do great damage; ; whsrcas, the lives in West
+ convinced the that
tian as there arc parties who intend to plant next October 1st. Florida has been assigned! to surgeons pus
sound and the islands. It I'lltllaml'ct I' ,growing after lth; of September
adjacent :
year for market. The castor oil bean finds tho Savannah district The stations so farlocated had already begun to form, and as the patient's
contains about <(4)i) miles, Mid Apalachicola usually\ and the .fibre has time to
a ready: sale, and can be gl'Own11'011 land square arc Fcrnandina! Waldo, Cedar Key condition was satisfactory it was decided
"harden cob! weather in
before sets
f '
t )\ !that I is not lit for general crops, and ns it the county seat, was formerly a up I and I.h'cak. 'Jacksonville Union publishes to make an Indsl n. The operation
therefore better
:' !l'' bas few enemies it can be planted in places \place of large: commerce and was consideredthe I preparetltocuduretime slight the following extract from the circular \\comparatively trifling one, and was
I, .. second port 011 the Oulf, and is: rapidly frosts that yearly occur.'l' regard theColon -
j.; I, h i where poultry have acC'l'l'Is.Imost. everyday of the Signal; Service Bureau : performed by Dr. Hamilton without the nscof
el's sound and examination
the time when she will be theory an :
: approaching: second
: ),: we learn of .some object becoming mar. ) I. STATIONS' Font OHSEUVATIONU.The! stations nn anivsthctic, local or general, but witb
if not first, of all tie timber and lumber of the grof!l in the two sections will sustain
:, ;, [kctahlc and profitable which has in this lojfCality are generally located! on the railroad an antiseptic precaution in the shape, of

'Ii:."' heretofore been considered worthless, )ports in the United State" Many por it. Tiiogrot'csof\Vcstl'utnaunarevigorous lines, where the observations' of temperatureand carbolic uci rspray. The cut was IJnl1ojl1t
and thrifty and now loaded with fruit. It rainfall will bo made and sent direct to
lions of the county are rich, alluvial bot :
: 'tit jit i is from just !such' objects as arc not generally I under and forward of the right car, nUll resulted
i. sub-centres described below II and IV "
tOlllllln.1'cry: productive. the Sonthcnistatues. takes soil to make fruit, and (that article exists : us ( )
J; appreciated that individual farmers by railroad wires. in the liberation of healthv. 1m!!. Tho_..
---- -- -"- -
\', |make their \best profits.-We have been the orange and senlf-tropical fruits, in great abundance, Putnam county I I. Disnuenv-The cotton-growing region patient's pulse went up to 115 immediately* X

;t. ._[shown sample\ of Havana tobacco grown fully equal in growth, quality and quantity It costs! less to make: a good orange grovo in of the United States is divided into districts. after the operation but
this than in other the St. These have been formed with reference to soon began to recede
those of other sections. All the bays and any county on
lhm this from seed out from the dejpartmcntat
( year sent and in half nn hour had fallen
\ to the
waters of the (lulf atTord superior fish, Johns. It is because! of the superior andrich existing coopl'rllting railroad lines, to seen re
Washington, and it is said to oysters the best:; telegraphic facilities, and, arranged point at which It stood when tho examina
) and sponge, and yield abundantly. Apalachicola I'oil. requiring less fertili/.ing./ Colonel the
to of
| prevent overlapping territory, tion
was, for the bulletin! via
viiricty river mid all the streams trihutary Dancy's opinion is worth a great deal In which would 1 produce errors in the I preparation lOt. :

,. /advantage.: in the splendid hammock lands. to it have on them the finest pine, cypress) this section of the State bo is regarded: of moan temperatures average ruin- The III'
fall.1 had
oak and cedar timber in the world, and in high authority t on orange culture. Jli-lown: physicians u consultation on
j of The commercial I value
our districts
county. we

The embrace the territory
adjacent Thursday to the
remove President from the
is :
a. believe, is from seventy-five! rents to ono quantities: unlimited. Apalachicola: three grove model of success and beauty.--- to the more important cities whore signal
) ':dollar and twellt '.lh'l; cents: ", pound.: 1. large saw-mills! located in the city, and ono Sunday evening last we Visited: the young service stations are located. ]':lIch bus a House but after mature deliberation
more to bo put up in a few weeks. She also oraugo grove Nathan Thomas, ]ICsq., of centre for the concentration of reports, it was not thought advisable in his present t
This looks like
it would We
; pay. hopecome \ which will be knu and
has L',2i N) inhabitants. lio! Carrabella n Norwalk, in the south part of time couiiity.: It yn reported as u subcentre condition. The prevalent ,feeling at .the
of our farmers another season will the name of which will bo used to
t 1 a fair trial.-f.<>rtcr.Ihival. flourishing little town, located about twenty is:: only eighteen months old, yet the trees designate: the district. Each: ccnt.e.: includes Executive: Mansion is one of increased' unxiety. .

A ,. miles from Apalachicola. has two saw-mil arc )large and some of thcu: bearing fruit. a number of stations. The symptoms of, the President up toG i

and Till inhabitant, quid' like Apalachicola, Thegruvocon'istsof504)trees. : t ,uniform size II I. ]iIllNI4.-SC\'l'rlll districts will be I o'clock Thursday were not decidedlyworse

Ih'. 1). < Harvey, recently) of drove grouped[ together into one division: and tllcI had
'i t. City is fast improving.\ Apalachicola has two and of exceedingly vigorous growth. The nor' any marked unfavorable
centre: of each division will be known und
l j ,,1 I"'"".',. 'Illinois, has purchased from )lc"srlOrif1ln: lines of steamboats running regularly from soil is:: pine wood, but of better average reported, us a main centre. The name of change taken his general condition

('t Walker the Montgomery property\ in Itivcrside : Columbus, la., and a steam-tug runs from quality. In two years:: more the trees will this: main centre will ,bo used to designate i but his. failure to gain strength from the,

J [ for which ho paid $1.01)0.) TIll! prop- St. Marks, Fla., Apalachicola, touching at be bearing; quite) largely There I is not u yellow tho division. Kvcrv; main contra U also u constantly increasing quantities of nourishment

7t |jcrtyls;), I situated( almost opposite WightmanJi'it llio Carrabella, twice a week.-.'.tjmluclricohiTribune. Il'aflll (the whole grove mid the fruit I is slIh'l'I.'lItl'lalltl for sub-centres.will t do nil the work prescribed taken ,disappointed:: expectation and

I i1fi: (Christopher's residence, and is very desir- ( singularly!; free from rust The. July growth V. OiisKHVATlo.Ns.-Observations will I bo tho threatening aspect of the glandular

I t. .. t ,i i able, and commands: a splendidiew\ of tin Marlon was", perfectly enormous,', in some instai\ce.s made by the )persons designated:; / by the railroad swelling was taken ns ,another reason for_

--t. : :Driver and city. Dr. Harvey i is an old. sub"scriberof Mr. Ham's has been busily engaged in the new ,,!toots obtaining" height of five authorities, at every station, for ruin- discouragement., ,

.: } ; the l'lIiulI. and is very much inter- sett ing out orange trees atSilver Spring for 'and six; feet. t.! } erovcNi, brought to 1 its direction fall, maximum and minimum temperatures, ,A,1O:o'clock Dr, Boynton Iii
This: :. ; } of (th ji\v.iiid.und state of the conversa
: ; ," 'l'a.thernt
.:; .") ; cstttl 1 in Florida. He is", noiv'hi! time city andexpects the pat two weeks.: lie owns a good deal present'vigorous condition! by the- 'use: of six clock p. in., local time, In}accordance wltlfa'reporter of'tileAalsteinted'I'risN;

,, t y. ), his family in October, when ho will of property there and is", putting it in !saleable pond muck, the same! that Ii usually found with the accompanying Instructions said that I he; was about discouraged. The

}"' occupy his new home.-Tho health of I the I! condition Silver Spring is the best in I (lie shallow \utr2)!): }. Similar observations will bo President
ponds in tlie I I
\ :: piiiQ' wllolll'I.'C was hiking nourishment
1 _city continues good,I. and cuulparesfivorably known place on the continent i is made by the signal service observers! at all enough,
; navigablefur call attention to it from this drCIIIII tnlll'e. !sub-centres: and main centres.: but it,did not, und could'not, do him much
.etvithanyprecetiimigyear.: \ For the week 'nll- steamers 1 I and i N tapped by the Peninsular
Mr. Thomas V I. CON.STIITIfI
has used it freely, composted\ : ; OF nl"'OIlTI.-1'hc good u while the parotid inflammation
big at noon yesterday t there were five deaths Uailroad, and cannot in fall and maximum und continued
our opinion, long with shell minimum
limo and salt. Tho( use of this tempera- ], und while his blood remained in the
t [in the city-all colored ono non-resident remain as it is. It must feel the throb of the kind of fertilizer S lures will be enciphered tit the stations (sea .
Two of these bad very cheap.and\ convenient instructions No. UH: ) unit sent by telegraph present condition.
no physician, consequently quickening pulse that is now felt !
being allover one, tog'tlll'with the liberal employment to (sub-centres of the districts" to which Upon being; musket! if the effect of the blood
: the causes: of their death are unknown Florida. The .Silver :Spring! "boom"is of the till! stations belting At the
,, plow and boo, have broughtthis the poisoning would not noon
a ... ; One died! from cholera iufantum, one from not very far in the future.-Oranges! grove to its vigorous signal service observers, having/ collected\ all disappear. he' replied
(condition and :
.I; consumption\ and one from enlargement of have now reached the size of ordinary India the reports from the stations of their (dis

: ':t: the liver: There has IotJeell\ a single death rubber balls and there will, in all bearing in eighteen months I from first plant' trios, HII far as possible, will make up the Yes ; but I fear not booil enough. I am i
Probability ing. It will do as an evamplo\ to other or.nnge.growl'J'i.Tho average rain-fall average maximum tem nfruid the President will not have '
; :; be a heavy yield. We want to perature and strength
get minimum
up average
: following: sawmill' tempera enough to pull through. I do not like to ad.
month.lscambia. n small wager that Marion county will ship with ture for tlie(1ittrits. These will then be en
namc.sof owners, will be built on tho mil even to myself that ho
\ 7 book cannot
more than any other county in tho State page cipher mid in recover,

,..3i The arrival of a carload of fine mules regardless of frost line. and will ho elml if, line of. the /South Floiida! Hallway( : The structions, tl21)) and went by special message but there hu.s been a clmnffn_. ..n", .far-,. t.J....w" umran.-" 'D'nnd

:,Ij.[it from the West: last Monday morning created every person in the who r"'-- ,. Florida Commercial Company: will creel n Maximum to time main centre of tboir__'H'( IJI\'I.I"... .. ....".. while I do not entirely give up hope;
county ships an mill at Lake minimum temperatures
Cloudia must
II)) considerable: talk tile will near McMcekin station bo found lily.hopo is much weakened.
among populace, andbut orange report the fact to us. We want with separately by upnlying! this rule
t : ) n capacity of .'.),OOO feet of lu in VI I. DisbKJUNvno.v "You do
little :
time not
very elapsed before it wasf to let all outsiders know exactly what OK ty.I'uu'rl4.-At vi&h anticipate an immediateend :
': generally known that this stock we her per day The mill is now en nmte for main centre the signal service observer hart ?"
:.4.I was brought are lloing.-Tho cotton .
'," crop prospects arc Florida. Wallace it Cashcn, of Jacksonville ing collected reports from tho sub-centres of No I do not think
.; f down for work on the new railroad. A visit flattering. ( If no storm occurs our farmers will erect a largo mill will his division, will\t send them by special! mes ; he will die suddenly".'

to Vice-President Chipley confirmed this and cotton-buyers! will be happy. In fact ; a capacity sage to tire other main centre lie will re- THE LAST tX\AJfNATWN-WOR.

:';wV news, ai.d we also ascertained that a quantity cotton turns the wheel of 2.>,000, feet per day] in Pal.ttka. It has been c.ln'frlllltho other main centres reports WAHIIIXOTON
prosperity August 2.5.MidnightUlltoflcial
, !f.t more fully determined to locate this mills\ in collected by each, which he will
of had than tills reports wend
: Impjements reached other
necessary article of \ I
any commerce after all..1u by special bulletin,-Soon after
.: 4t city. A. L. Clark message to each suh the evening
: of Houth Bend Indiana -('enlre of his
the city the same day. He told that timework abundant division
cotton yield gives buoyancy is : He will\ send I in this bulletin was issued the
', to locate message re attending
mill 'surgeons
I' of grading would be to all a at a lake one and. a half from \
ports sub-centres
commenced on kinds of' business' trades and of his division ex bojan to notice
professions change for the
the bay shore route today, and that matters and happiness! ", to the from Blue POIIII, n distance of seven dept in each instance the report of that par of tho worse tu
some President's
would be pushed with all whole'peopie. teen miles west of'pulutka. Mr. Clark has! ticular centre to which the message 11I1Il'nt. symptoms. Ho bo-
speed. Notwithstanding we reside! right in the (:en- written to Indiana The reports thus received: at sub-centres came more restless than he had been dur

Tliis is but the fulfilment A declaration or tre of the orange bolt, and at the cost of mill to bastes forward the _will n'he iluly.. .1iIl.'t1ld. preserved us ollice ing the day. his' imlso A .irn... >:lt iio-it. .. tHn.... /'-_
promise made the machinery, and it will be ono of limo rcconis, utter[ n vv* *-> ***v'w AIV*
) .r. by energetic vice-presi differing frdhi. every other In the prt'ttruttonuttaho{ tntlh tin. i
the quent until it
newspaper reached
first mills erected. Us XI I. : about 110! beats and
It !'".e. dent when the I't'lsncuJa.tIII1t1C; enterprise State we advise our farmers capacity is from '15,- telegraphing from ,
'I to stick to cot 000 to 2).O($) feet of lumber railroad station to sub-ccntn's will\ bo with.omitexpen.o he began to bo subject to hallucination
was in an incipient state, wh1It ton and per day. A Mr.
wax never abandon
; it.-Ir. William Dolg will to time United States; ; that be with regard to ]his:: circumstances '
erect and
allot her
announced that dirt would be broken in II. Vanderbilt one. probably at tween sub stir-
the great railroad -centrem: und main centre
king and at its
Prairie rounding Most of tho
and I creek, with u capacity for time ho Kccnird ra.tlonal. .
August, we hut utter a truth in saying millionaire more famously! known 15.0DO feet expense

that there is", not a solitary soul in this section owner of Maud S., has purchased ns the [ daily. Total capacity of the four mills, N).. but ut interval, especially after

but that wishes this: great scheme every residence on Lake Weir, the a winter 000 feet ,per day To haul this lumber to folk- County und the Tropical Hall- waking from sleep ho talked incoherently;
success. The completion of this! line will be lake in I"lorldll.-Oqlt& Jiamttr.Orange. charming the river is going to employ a large number road. and did not seem to be conscious of,his situ=

but the fruition of a long deferred hope. We of cure, and make u good and regular busf. Pursuant to previous notice u large and ation.

add ness for the Hallroad.-J'llllltwJ! enthusiastic! meeting of citizens of folk An examination wan made of the inflamed
may to three carloads of Cbunty Jonr.not.
We paid a visit to the South Florida ItaiN county assembled Medulla, on the 10th'. parotid gland and iU appearance
tools arrived ibis morning,-It will l 110 a road car-shops' last day of August. 18H1. On motion of Itcv. won to apprehend) ( serious gave rea- ;
Saturday. consequence .
The **
source of gratification to our entire community a lmalf mile They arc located railroad company intend) to build one I'. MtCreary, Judge U. K.: Wlndliain was Little more could be done for it, however
west! of town. The main hundred dwelling houses called to time chair and J. than to continue tho
to learn that a Union Passenger I)eot| building is along the line of Humphries requested poulticing and genl'rui
30x80 feet in size to act as method of
with the
three Florida secretary Kcv. treatment
has been Southern for the settlement Kpi) es adopted yesterday,
definitely decided and the of 'fucker
upon tracks 'presented the During the
running into
it. On the north following preamble evening tho patient
end Is immigrants. slept little
location fixed. The The plan is to grunt lease und resolutions! but ,
Pensocola A Atlantic long which was
a blacksmith shop 12x14, In which Mr. to were adopted) : very restless and awoke at short In-.
4 road will build a depot between Del won t M. Teaheti W. every family in order to give them time WHEHKVS The county of Polk is unsur-! tervals. About 10 o'clock hia pulse begun to
a most
9 street and LA Jtua. street Belmont la the excellent workman with in which to pay for their land without em- ; puftusl by any county in her natural ad subside and he seemed to bogradually i>oatii
an assistant, does the smithing. At the barrassmt-nj.. vantage of soil) and climate, her beautiful ing into a quieter condition. At
this hour
Itobt. K. Van
street upon which! Or Whltlng'lIl'eJidt'nre is Alstlne, of ever-springing lakes his
south t'lId" and pulse bus
store-room 10x30 feet ban } limpid streams ; and fallen to 112 and he Is '
t situated,j ust one block north of Wright street. been constructed. It is just Boston wlio recently purchased ono bun- whereas, the culture of the orange and other There bus, however been no marked ftaleep.
r It was the intention of the railroad authorities design soon to. dred ar. l sixty acres of land at Blue Pond I. Demi-tropical fruits, and the agricultural and in his general condition and it; continues change 6
an running back from tho commercial interests be )
the of the u
on subject of the
; to locate just one block south of their Southern Hallway has commenced idly county are rap greatest anxietpr, 'E
present north end of the main buildimr.. Mr... .A... .n.. planting growing to !such proportions as' to en h_' ,_ _
1: location but Mrs. Davis rcsMc-nce Interfered Stentiford is in therc-on an orange irrove tail a Ins of thousands. of dollars
charge of the ear-shop and In 1':.- L.-I- .. L annually Heavy Swell on the ra, :4SuINAL
r } and not l being able to purchase thisproperty has just connection with the grove ho will en. .um mIIC4 oi transportation! ; and Whereas, the Y"-".
completed four : OrncK
kO' the new Hat-cars. He Kage in the important much nrnled one great need of our county to develop her 'V AHnJll' TQw, 1>, C. Au
( moved
company north. We is en vast gust U3.-Bince tho
in hour
now engaged
I resources and of ohnerya110li
two place her
box-caw. in
up of the
', :, understand that the new depot will be about Mr. 1. .\. .,ter-rJ1echanlc for terprise raising on a largo scale, poultry front rank of the counties of this fair very and this morning, u very heavy southea- .

1.-{:, 175 feet long with two stories. The upper the of market. HI! fowls| cunNl of the tlm.t lovely peninsula' 1 U railroad facilities there.llelrul swell bus been reported all along the Nort.. .
i- inachine.8hoi. engaged in overhauling brft-'fl., and In fon', ; Carolina coast. At Hattcras .
will be med order to facilitate the'
story as oftlce. The lower will\ the hatching. I vice: signal 1Ie.-
little observer
engine Kciuinole," the. lie has That the pf'OtjPCCt states the Ifffi ,has risen
4 contain ample reception rooms purchased an incubator of (he latent i of tho early enormous to an
express first that tooted its whistle Penetration of our county by the height since tunrittQ this
s! office baggage room and other conveniences onfhe hIlJ.ruvc.lltaUern. This b an enterprise of Railroad Innpirc the Tropical und Is now, breaking tbo morning;
He seems to be u thorough most |>leu>lng anticiutioiiM over bar and run.
;t I lloth roads will use ihedeiot.and time!streetm thinks he ran make the workman, and long-felt nwresslly.: and we wish Mr. Van | and that the liberal policy toward the club ucrons the beach Its diroction Is front

f. in the heart of the city will be relieved of a double that it has little engine pull AUIlne MKV'ulatin //trat-t wttlers, us. announced by I'n'loldellt Yulcomnu".I. /\'-, northeast The wind changed from
ever 1 before btn able our most cast at 7 and
to profound A. ht then to
great deal of shifting,-There has been a lI... When the other engine arrive ..Sunster.'floc I I Uevtlixd, That we cordially the fcouthwuKt. and U now northeast again At
deal said i a locomotive prices pai.j all| kinds. of grasp hand 10 u. in. the wind
great cneeroing an enlargementof or round-house of labor In Hit"' friendship tut generously tendered to velocity was over twen
will be built u*, ty-eight
the : Rosa Hottl l Ju ter county are J and In return_we most guiles northeast.
Santa but cheerfully lltwyljn\m
high. \
until very recently. front and north of the very Teamsters and the offer to xrrutus cloud >
carshopt'lftritlii .).-#Jul1 sawmill hands company represented by President( cun be m+weu'ibove>> hori
n.MhlngJias pi-i:ntcd !Itself tli twnntd J' urU, !. get -adily 915' to $:>> a the right of way through Yulws frout east ilf *outhw Usutionaryaigna'*.>*

itmiicite; rush an inUntiun'on |hpart \; I'utnnm. and 'Isan1l| ; ahrvr| in .ranKeKmr of ull charge. our premise free hare been, ordered to bo displayed along the).

t of the OH ntr. The rtt1.tdefelupluclat It It the limn nameax i. r Vmoks get from $.5 llwtht opinion of :
the| m.uu, the ? of the nhovo to ,, crYnulee.-jJ.i: rimithvlllf.: in ,
f& $1 a mn.auth, uet'r.iingta their l'rl't4I.I 'rfv, antiliJII.tI"q| > >ftt hurricane:
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'I: .YO 77.V/ TO ll.f TR. I have been here three days!' ," says Miss wide-spreading rink at the end. ol'Iliegar- II proves fickle lly such assistance I 1 tnav be i is queen of the present season as she was of
Parkhur presently, "and you "have not cll'I, ,and Lady f.eraldine 1 is looking down, I able yet to maintain your dignity, Guy'," the last. She is nt her best on horseback.
llcgonc: xvltli feud! I Away with strife told) me anything about Lord I Windholm. unable to meet Jack I'ark t1 reproachful I Do not be !'e tint to her
\' Our human beads 'unmating; What is he! like ?" eyes.He! will you," l'l'turll'l Lord1'Indhwhu.. "There usually white face and 1 brighter light to
1\ let us be friends again I This life- lady Ocraldine fans herself gently My lays his hand gently 11.01 her nrm. only llO t\\ little things I should her eyes.
\,' Is nil too short for (hating I ISo dear, fie Is so totally uninteresting (that I Look up, dear; I JIll' not want to frighten like to alter.: The graceful curves of her slight figure bear,
dull the lay, so dim the way, never dreamed of di ou"Mng him., As! to his or pain you. 'fJ'rl is no need, to t1 you how Lady Jeraldine makes: a little mocking well tie severe outline of a habit, while the
,: j So rough the road were' f faring appearance, he returns to town tonight nnd I love you ; 'ot know it. I love you bow of pretended 111111 ', and quits the ,plain' hat, guiltless of 1 veil, cannot,
Far better weal with faithful friend will I dine with us, so you can then form with n love tllit11 last my' life ; I love ; room in the least, detract from time beauty,)' of thehighbred
Than stalk alone uncaring.The your own opinion." that is as Ite hopeless.' ; Oh, (Jcr.d- The church of St. Nicholas is thronged patrician face. The young Countess -
.' ler hdinc !" do you mean what yousay dine, my darling, if only our fates had/ beenuodelel I from the }pulpit to the door us early ns ten is thought cold and haughty by many,
barren fig the withered vine ?" ) difVcrently mine higher, oryour'slower ()'(' ( on the morning of the marriage of especially her own sex. Yet none can delirtHt
Arc types! of selfish" living ; ""What did I say ?" 'c'lll1c," he, ('olltiHI' passionately, Lady (Ol'rtlne Treherne to the Karl: of her'manncr I is pleasant and agreeable,
lint souls that give like thine and mine, "That the Marl: Windholm, !'Inloon/ to If our 1111111'l1I re\fletl do you: day was announced inmost alll her conversation kind. and affable. Hut
I ,- Renew their life by giving. be, your husband' is totally uninteresting: toyou. could you have loved, mo?' of the fashionable; paper, and a vnstmuhberof t she has no dear .bOol friend" to confide
While cypress waves o'er early grave, Have you no love lor him ?" Low'"ut distinctly comes: the answer, I I persons are collected to see the all her secrets. Pleasant to all her numerousJioquaintnnees .
I, (tin nlf the way we're going, "To, tell the truth, my indifference to Mm love you 10For \" wedding-[ flubeauty! of three season1' : she! makes a friend of none,
1'ar better plant where seed is scant almost amounts In tli.*lik('. but I have not one moment I great joy 111Iillc'the Admission, to the body of the church i is for which !she' I is censured. Hut few care to ,
Than tread on fruit that's growing. sufficient! energy left to exert the feeling." young fellow's handsome face. 111 lar granted" only to the lucky possessor! of tick- neglect the Countess of Windholm. HerIdfih i
IIl1t this I is!' dreadful," cries!' Miss! Park- nil now," he says, cageily. .Hut! Geraldine ( ct!!, but nt last even.these have to he turned birth and connections, her wealth, po -
Away with worn'! I Since die we mint r. hurst t. more shocked t than she could express!, ," more slowly l \ "do'you think-is it away, a* the church i is full. !'itol ) make her n person to .
And rest on one lone pillow ; And shall you really marry him ?1"' |l'o' There arc no rivals in the dustNn Of) course shall: Are not vou going to "Ah. answered, quickly, with n I guests, 1 goodly n limber of the highest momber the Karl: and Countess return to Prince's
I' foes beneath the willow. 1 be one of my bridesnuddYVhiy.tnnie, !'0J in her voice. "If you knew mv; mother I < oft tic Irbtotf''halln mid bux.ingin late Jidy Windholm goes to her room :'
r Ho dry the bowers, !so' few the flowers how horrified'vou' look Of what are you you would I not dream of such I thing, Mv Illl'rtol'! w ( \llt for the bride.: ami her hnsbandto: his club. Late in the ;
}s, 55 Our earthly way dhClo'es, thinking; ?" /It(' 1 is already caned, out for mo." Tie eight bridesmaids. in shimmeringdress-, afternoon the fOr l'r drives alone, returning I
I Far better !stoop where daisies droneS "It M-UIH to me n fearful thing to marry The happy light is gone(' out of his eyes as ruby and {'rclll color-an elegant 1'a- only in time for dinner. :
> Than tramp o'er broken to-esl:; a man/ you confess vou dislike," J'l'plif'1! 1IIle. 'I"ikl\ it came risian comitpnund-haver near the door.. Dinner is over, and Tidy Windholm sits t
',' \Vhmat can be, the result of ,such a I ht have known," he says NII\ Presently there i is I little stir A gentlemanadvanceand in the drawing-room nlonc.. She holds abona:1111 '*
Of what are all the joys we hold union ?" "it was an idle question Our 1111; wil makes 1 sign to Lord Strath- her lap, but presently it falls to the
f Compared to joys above us ? Lady Geraldine shrugs:: her shoulders separate tollrroIll''l'r to (' a mere, who hastens down the aisle to the floor-she is asleep.. The clear, soft light
And what are rank, and l power, and gold, slightly.. "HII'clAII1Il'/ you don't sec the Who 1:1 limit the endurance of the human church ,dour, where 1 carriage has just falls on her up-turned face a! 111 head reclines I
Compared hearts that love us ? duty I(owe to my: position. It is necessary! heart? 1 know that t"-Ilorro\the light of :stopped Lady (Geraldine, followed by the on the satin cu"hi0n. There i is very I
So fleet our years, so full of tear, should marry. Mamma says I must make my life will be gone from me, and \l in all Countess, steps out, takes her father's arm 1 little i difference fro/the'G icraldinc) of a )'C'lil i!
f So I closely death I Is waiting ; room for mv sisters! Floience mold :Mabel, probability, that life \il"t tllltor\ forty mid walks slowly up IIleable hushed ago, except that she is sliuhter, and there aroweary
(! t 1teY us space' for loving grace, who arc realty to bo, brought out. She !says years I :should not tlin,1, if ( to ah murmur of admiring excitement. She wears little lines round the lovely: mouth.
( But leaves no time for hating have run the gaunt Ut of three seasons! and, end, to-night. the regulation white satin and orange blossoms II her sleep the pretty red lipsquivcrslight-
f HIM already getting;' shelved. I It, therefore, I Oh, Jack !Ill" not !'If\'tlat ; think of your and the exquisite lace veil coveringall ly. She sleeps tjuictly Oi. c great .u"c- t
: A ILSlllU.1.t11L1' lII/UUl1.HU;. I being iic'ccssjiiy! fr mo to marry, who would mother and sisters: 01 kio\\' bow tlc)' is fastemmcdlwitIa large diamond star. I is perfectly quiet, all the nil of the room
be n more !suitable: hll"lIallctllail\ Lord Windholm love you.cs ," Very "al'ry I beautiful! perfectly collected :sleep-inducing with the redolence of japoni- y
I, ? lie belongs loan ancient family, is \ 1 know. And] they are very 1'II'lo is She docs\ not betray I ('alnd white ruses I
not more than thirty, is 1 fairly good-looking; 1<'. Hut (,\t' afi'ltlol pales!! :" the the least nervousness through tlc whole of Witli a start Lady] Windholm awakes
How insufferably hot the day lilts been I and a thorough eOIl I'n'ltiOf course he love I bear for; \ ; 111 I for the crcmOI1111 when i it, is cII ',I.IIHI hc I presently, smiling to think in what nn unusual -
During its whole course not one little breeze has some trilling faults.! He is dull nnd strength to live down, to Illstlry, walks through the crowds of people, leaning way she has Insll couple of hours
lias stirred the scorching summer nlr, and rather dense in most! things: and, I believe, 'o1 fair, swectface. Hit itl is getting chilly, on her husband's nrm, with the strains of I She wonders (' is, Had be
now, at o'clock in the alternoon, the roads nn adept' in the art of drinking. Hut it I is we must go II ." the Wedding :'cIadI" rolling through the (ole in while !she' was asleep and left with
tare pavements; are "till baking in the broad not necessary to !say! any more ; you will be Lady (Geraldine i is crying quietly, but the church, "she acknowledges) (the raised hats of tdistarbhngher? Scarcely"thitikslerul11ine ( -
expanse the July sun. The sky J Is one clear able to judge for, yourself vvlien:) you: !see him tears are bitter and scalding, and give no relief. the men by 1 slight bow. :Many a fair girl as she seats herself at the piano.
r' of intense!' blue, undimmed( by n to-night." And the young lady)' dismissed! follows her with Illmiril1lon! eyes.What After placing one or two things in adreamy
single cloud. No chance of the slightest the subject with another little sltm She alo11'c'l to be led down the more could) (' hold for her? Young, 11'I'PWf', bIle rises and goes to

wind nt present. Her friend still looks shocked, and incredulous dusky !,all" !h\lo\s: are gathering rich, beautiful ; married ton man of fashion, the (lining-room. It is eat 'ty. She I:aboutto
In a room in one of the houses In Herke- fast. far I'l'nutof the Mimmer evening and an Earl ; surely she had all that heart return, feeling sure her }husband has gone-
icy :.Square 1 two girls are seated. The very "Does) the Countess! wish you to nuirrv has gln'l place to; 1 subdued, ominouscalm could desire. Who would not l'nher out, when she remembers he may be, in tae
loans itself is an exquisite rest to the eye him ?" -sure herald of 1 storm 1:1' (ieral bright fate Aim who indeed 1 smoking-room., Thither she goes, her silk
After the glare outside. It is furnished in "WhAhllle, do not I should' dine's long white dross sweeping her The breakfast is over ; the last health has train making a slight rustle as it trails along
\! pale blue satin and creamy lace, and poswes so" iindutiful ns to marry suppose without my par tall f"rl gives her an unearthly look in the been drank, and Lady Geraldine rises to go the broad passages. Her band is almost on
r< every suitable elegance of f modern life, ents' approval' :'clnllllJlIl011111 have preferred peculiar light. She hastens steps!, as a and change o her dress. In half an hour she the door, when it !is opened from the ill"h1',
with copieS: of some of the rarest pictures! my having the :Marquis of Hol h'r- roll of distant thunder j is hoard, preceded and her husband will leave the hOle. TI\ and. her husband valet: appears, with 1 ,
55 and sculpture! the world can: boast for the a flash of lightning. are to the in embarrassed face lie tries to i ignore Lady
ham, who proposed last year, and !she' was going !spend honeymoon
admiring I ; eye to "study filled Holt light, filtered( really annoyed at the time by what she Once safe in the house she heaves 1 sigh' shire, wlrl Lord "'lldhol'l has an estate. Geruldindsimmtemmtion of entering the rooih
through; a balcony with choice (low* her heart with excitement. In her to close thedooraftcr
beating suppressed: ( finds by attempting : coining
in to
s', crs ; cool, !scented' air ; vases and, bowls the withered( \perversity old man/ refusing with { his accept rived' her lrcsilg'roo11) 4'rlllIlc out but the \\1\"s soft voice arrests him

filled with this little exquisite hot-house bloliSOIIlSfmrt'lr hair and false teeth lie actually (,l( to Jack )looks anxiously into her white, "Annette," she says, quietly, "gn out and "Stay, 1'lr I am going in. I Lor,1'ill,1111
: room were fitting "shrine make me shudder amid 1 am not ilIVCI1 frightened face. With I sudden movement, leave mo quite alone for live minutes ; then \ there?"
) for even u royal beauty 1'I for which he i is not prepared, she lays her return. allow to ," answers the man, withl0sitatiuu
t Hut, Annie, let us these: !lultkc.1 you ia" 10ot 11onc my lady
ft Is Geraldine
( Lady Trehcrnc's boudoir / quit
about and hear! against his shoulder Intlllth' his ;disturb me-not e\'li Countess.: "but-he-is not very well. I ;
( me yourself I
I shadiest and Lady part Gcraldine of the room herself with Is seated her the 1 11 l'. Does the dear old house look your the strong arms are round I her, his warm lips Very: well, my lady replies the well- think, mv lady, )'Ot might clltub him by
j ?" pressed! to her trembling ones "Oh, my trained servant going 11,1
S = t Miss Piirkhurst t, u fair, trim()pnl-louki11titilrl, I will tell you all about it," returns :MissParkhurst !! darling, how shall I ever I"t01 got"I .\the end of five minutes she returns, "Alow me to pass," is all that I.ndv Gcr-
j Iii with clear, penetrating eyes, and/ a firm, minute they ln"r the girl'ssilent Lady Geraldine I lying in n by back inane
J well-shaped I m nth. :She; I i.s not, strictlyEpakIng ; "out just answer me one question 1"0' ole thus 1'lI ; heap says Illlaronllrw!
friend of t first. Are you happGeraldine' ; ?' form hold in I do'll! WII'I('lIIlJrl her davenport, wllh 1: "11For, a mo diately.The'liirl.
r ; n Lady (icraldinc. That ]happy( ? can't that I but at last she frees herself! and without I ument.luncltetY paralvzcd with terror, l hit, Windholm is lying flllCn tam
II ; say
can scarcely!! be ( (considering have \'IIno
they not
until forIIOI'U am I'nrl it is not the lot of word) or look hurries away being a sensible t girl, sill m does nou rusji out on a lounge, his face palennd) his )
I 'met now Hum live r'lIne11I11/ 10 (Jeraldine's face I loses that of the and but shut He mutters his wife
something room -scrcnm, "es :
human m nature t to be and I dare 1am Lady 1ohl'rentlliS
1 ; ql'Ira
; ; :say
their has happy
correspondence: been of the .
f. I sparest.There no worse oil'than t the rest of I the world." night which it never afterward regain la. the lifeless form Her own ';\'C : '+ t'nIerVanI then closes his eyes and falls
I,. the can hnr.IIbo, of much in common between Hut if you wl'reot to marry this Karl: ?" The second dressing-bell rings and when !she sees a tiny !tl'l'ml of ('rlm"nl", on asleep I II I l'llat eh'. No need to ask the nature -
daughter Karl of St ruth
1 clear.: Lady Geraldine Trchcrnc gathers the rich dress. Has Lady of his illness. Geraldine has
1- I should up .nlil
and marry some one trrulill lorll.p'l
the child of th'I
1 \x mere a suprnummuntedsuujor. / / else\'l'I as w'arisoml perhaps worse ; someone her 11 Ilil scent 1 bottle ami 1 goes to her brokl'l blood vessel:; 12 She chafes t le I.I0WI ll the unhappy' vice to
: '' actively stupid instead: of 1'001, where her maul. is waiting in wondering bands and applies "strong scent to mar which hCr husband gives way, hit it I is the
How conies it Jo pass: thellthl1t'' Miss( illu'l) 10 ,
t Annie, would touch ImpirtenceI ( : : ble fOel'ull11111 her efforts i is quite first till she has seen" him under its influence.
I'arkhurst 1l11I London (for tlio purpose of 'Ol just 11,1 five I and With white, face she
Lady a haggard quits!
1 J" beside 'IU"C will have some ; Ilnnte; ( open
Acting in the charming bridesmaid tl'l ,
( lIpllCIIof
Geraldine sigh "Thank the room, and the sight has done more than
\j to lady Gcraldine/ whose; wedding i ill is you don't mind wo will stay quietlvheretill n, Heaven !I"11\'l:1 ejaculates shuddering! girl ,devoutly.I "Arc shock her. '
to take: place: within three weeks ? tho dressing bell rings!; it k !positively too When Miss I'arkhurst! daintily attired ill bettor .
We must:; go; back a little. hot to drive to-day. How tlllkfnll should pale blue, enters thcdrawing-room.shofinds, you my 1111' ''
what is I faint? and the
I! When J..IIIII'rnhlllw, was sixteen she bo to hear the plash of rll! ]hl: hot the Countess in conversation with tall, "Yes It Hd. IV.
1 trios Then
weather tires Now young lady catching I1)dltf ) One toward the mjddle of July
,t with mo Ilrl'nllfllh' me she to be morning
: was, her lIIlthl'r'll'Iitlllg some! friends t1 man, who/ rightly guesses
cark the blood her dress, she "Ah I
on : ,
$ in !ho picturesque old county of Hrookshire. about Kate nod Marion and the hov Karl: of \ Lady Strathmcrc! ( says the postman calls at Bramble Cottage and
; Kate I is the I'Cll'llJl'rj; I went to my desk for some loaves a letter for Miss Parkhurst, who i I.
lower-show she tod'ernldine's
At ( met Major I'arkhurst'strctty hal'Iil Iri'l.lilll' greets her :trll'ably and IITrOlnc'I' "
I and fell
ii vicarage with her and her feltdi//y seated in the pretty little nlrnll -ruum nt
and took
daughter, great to Strenuously as "
fancy ladyship "
,CI' her. Afterward, in her walks, she often fell says Annie, her face: brightening as the opposed' II'e.coming; ofhl'rIlghtl'r'l; friend, 15ut the blood, my, lady? work. Under Annie's reign the house and
tJ( in with tho 'Ol/II"/ hlll,1I11l1 the fancy ripened spoke11111111nriun( 1:engaged to Dr. Wylde. OIII1ICh as she would have liked to !prevent "Yes. I rllpturl',11 tiny \'Cs"ll few years its inmates have improved, both being far 1
; 1 think she will be'marricd in ago, and if I UI \ thehlII.1 more orderly than in the old days. .A 1
Into tiling, from her she
true tike extorted tl'lltlliuu it, still, having;; invi'ed If't" 1\1 ,
"And ?" I: ( comes from my Major Is on the veranda, absorbed in his
.b reluctant \lIull queried inly mouth. paper
the countess permission to visit", ". Crallilw. 1 lady wonld,1111(1 treats her I" an honored .You will not be out," their and
lramhlo Cottage, the Major's residence, will tlat homo IU"Ilk< care of guest. 11 feeling a lll lonely now
?Yr, where, to her delight; she found 1hll t 01''pt her father and the llhlr'l, l laughs Annie Annie thinks Lord, Windholm decidedly, that Marion Is married and boys are nilaway.
brothers and waters "Since I married, I is 1ollI'nsrnncte ; you must dress meat She takes the letter handed to her,
merry I lit ing In a scramtiling 11111111\ I I KitI good looking, though his expression .
i fashion. and have (charge of thing, I don't his cold / have some wile'I and opens I(eagerly on discovering it to be
.. the Lady, happy Geraldine. new delightful to know howjthey are managing csers without me from 1'\'II4I1tltll. I a commonplace eyes! are Indpil'rlilg re- feel "so weak (lo and"get some, and mind from Lady Wildh lm. It runs as follows :

r i;' A warm friendship\: sprang up between the now-our servants are (luhtcipexpcricuce11." maiksto her IllIIakl's, in the middle of which I >rdStrathmero you I. tell no one of"this.. :.Ixlt..tal.xrr.lmmn.huuldtuthhuk( : : ,
\ ".\IHI brothers? Hit, my lady -tho girl expostulates."Anmtto how it is since received last kind
sr Liar: l s daughter and the. family nt Hrnmble t your enters, followed wish your
loth' Ithl' 1 it. I ask
you as par letter. 1 must tender '
usual a
"IJt'gimdd and both apology for
Cottage, and they parted with mutual rca llarrv are "' butler : dinner. : 1 my
announcing TIl favor mention' faintness
not to
f W my ; not before of
i '
h'eggieistvalkimugthehuspitals. tl'ulnr
i < 111'IO'; t wriMng press engagements-
gret. St rat hniere is the uppusiteot'Iiisstately.wife -
11 The foll.mlIt'UlIIllIl'r"/ timidlywordedletter "And what i is Jack doing ?" asks Lady bung a very, wish to alarm th,1 unnecessarily.Fetch Hut, in truth, this has l'ccI a very busy season
portly looking
from Annie th'rnhI her "' to her oucJ-h'Jlet'd the wino and come and dress mequickly. and 1 have scarcely( had a moment to
''i, came 1'arkhurst, asking H'rhln 11111 honest hllo weak ir "
ii{ lady (:eraldinutucnnieamid stay with them nose Is \it t the crimson glass .casts that 1wih:; Where i Is Jeraldine?" he I myself. However, it will soon be over.
-\ At Brat\ the Countess Inexorable, hulllt'r delicate lluh on her pale fl'l? says/-oluto, after greeting his "\ elect ; \llltO (he't11'lln 1'11(1 she :More than half the people have )loft town,
t'Ft' 1'oor Annie with a sigh returns thl davenport IId Lady ami we, too, arc going on the 21th. We give
daughter begged! earnestly! \ and with such JIlkl IIU"1 "another those tiresome headaches, eh ? (icnildino divested of her dress. The wiiie
Fe entreaties that, hard and cold as! she was ieraldine up, but 11'1'not! speak. I think shies js quite well," the t'Olltl'IIWl'rs and the exertion of hurried toilet a dinner party on the 2ht which prevent"
n1' she ut last! yht1c'll-bllt! with a condition : ",1 friend of ,papa's got him into the coolly ioraldinc! hlrrils n bring our leaving earlier. dear, I want you
Iee, It must bo the first and\ last visit Ladv'Ccraldlnc army I ," ('lntllH1, Harry, hut he left it in herself in warm weather." I\\'f back a little life Iltoth< bride's white face. to give my kind regards to Major Parkhurst,
,; \ would move in an entirely dillercut It's than WI year He is the most restless Lord Windhold smiles disagreeably: ,, and As she makes her adieu with calm, smilingcase and ask III to spare you for a flwclk"
J\I\ sphere' from the people she was MI anx and unsatisllcd lol us all, and cannot makeup mutters abouUeaching her )punc no one gIC'-'S: how the sight of I 1 should like you to come at once, if possible c
has robbed her
( of
his mhid to do. His will'/'l11uwcr well-nigh so that you will have n few days in town
.tts ious to cultivate ; therefore a continued Irl'l'nt hl'l tuality. At that moment she ('lter with a ,
friendship was out of I the question.Ludy is to go to New /calami ami, of Y for late, and before we IC'\'e'ilr' Yorkshire. hope you
"t (Gcraldine, wise in her generation, fur himself, and I 18111 lIJrai.1 he is in earnest f'w'orl! apology tho being "Good-bye, Annie, she says, trying nut will not disappoint me, for' I shall not have
'promised l to abide by her mother's det ishunth this time. I wish I go with him ; he of they Gerahthine's/ habits llning.romnothC'r to !see' (the tears in her fril'Ielt'res, "I shall another chance: of seeing 'Ol for a longtime

) After that long, bright UlIllIl'r'i: wn no more of her friends: and I tho years rolledon. never bo happy so ; from every: creature it is with a little sigh I of relief that she risesfrom tii by. me have .", 11(1 tired and jaded, dear, but of -
'n who biM's him. I cannot think what possesses the dessert-table to follow her mother me when you tIC your fresh, bJJht face will. I foul Miro.roVive .. "

UI One morning, about 'live weeks bl'f.lrl'tllc him to bo sndiIll-rent from what howas. I to the drnwing! -drulun. The long, low windows le. I'n'rOl: nfrtionatC'lr,
Htl, clay arranged fur lady (ieraldine's' wedding, Don't you remember. (Jeraldine, lie yore admit every breath of air. lit. ((ERL'IE'IX"IOL l."
the (Count startled 'her Used to bo the merriest of t all the buys I Ho :, "lollu Wl.o dinc.s with this .Do think "
Ill ** was by daughter's but time Il'at i N still oppressive. \1 n I us evening! Ger- you you cal spare mo, papa ?
having suddenly : tlll\lml, I am going to had (the clearest:' and the merriest lately (; intently at the aldine ?" asks Lord Windholm, without raising asks Annie eagerly. 9
In ask Annie Parkhurst (to be one of In'rltll'l'I1ft laugh of th1 all, 'ho i.s i quiet, nay, i, sky says, "is not l.tlll.I'\ilookill 1 over there? his eyes from the paper be is reading.Hi Coitainly, my dear," t'ple the old gen
maids. I shall write to-day." l'\1 gloomy at times. Perhaps: bo will f>e Surely there Is ikromiso of faint last." wife Ids (engaged with tier 'letters. so the tleman. "I shall I be you to have 1
tli '. Tho Countess hud forgotten tho very existence happier when he has taned out a future for .Yes, it will rain SO ) rCII,' Miss question has to be repeated.} change. (io as soon as you like." ,
at \ of so unimportant u personage;; but I hlimself"ii I Purkhll'ot "Soo the curtains : moving.. "No one, for 1 wonder. Neither have I Thus it i is settled, and in two days the lit-
fully understood, to whlIIhc'r\ \l'S. say lardy Hl'rl.llll" absently sign of a breeze we have,bad arranged tu go any w hero. It is more than a tle country girl is with aristocratic friend.
., daughter: was alluding, the said, in tho icy with 'IS looking 'alI\ and Miss to-day.: tl'ot month since we have 'had a thoroughly quietSven Lady Windholm i is very ;"leased to have
all' tones peculiar to her, :\y( dear, it M impossible. Parkhun-t, thinking -ho, harbored tier holds The girls stand perfectly still, watching ing I fool sure." her, and talks more to Miss Pa.-klairst in an
Ibe ." her pence. the clouds! gathering. The 1111 become! intense "Andery proper., too. You know I obect hour than she does to most of her lady
Lady Gcraldino, u totally ditti'mutt !person The first dressing hell rings, 1I11'I! !<', i tll sky is black ; 1 great drop of j to quiet evenings!, and twroughl\ Irionds in a week About herself she su
from (tho impulsive: voting lady of years before nut liking to disturb bor friend's reverie, rain ; r"ilo\(1 quickly, by another andanother. like u tI'te-.-tt'te Ii II lef. It ill'ls nothing, but .\I\io is not blind, and .)
7'1 observed coolly, and with unrutllevl goo quietly out closing the door after her. : a minute a deluge iscoming ate of to arrange so badly." reads aright beautiful, weary lace fehe
55 ', CII1( Iljuro'c must contrive to make it What is the picture Llt'rlll"1 grayeyes down. Lady Geraldine atlHI" perfectly I doll t know that I nrrauijctl it at all ; it sees what a bitter mistake life has proved to
+ possible: mamma. It is: the first wish I have are gazing: ; at so l'll still, heedless: that time rain is splashing is more an oversight I than anything else this fair girl. She sees the lovely face redden
wl t expressed, and I do not mean it to be !set! fsho sees 1 long, ramhll1 untidy pinion, ill her from the plants and ft' in the Personally I am rather glad, but I do lot and pale whenever ml.trL I l \\iudliolnfs
aiJe, You have had the whole and solo arrangement 'hl'.l in the soft a summer evening window.. Annie has wisely retired. wish you lobe victimized ; you can dine at I unsteady step is beard She. knows the constraint
1' r'fi of everything so far, but I claim 11c tilled with a hundred subtle scents. ".\rc' \'UI taking u hilwt'rlt1uld'r your r club..' Geraldine herself at times,
f' the right of choosing; something( in contuv Two figures \lllt'rn up and down novel d"lm"talcc.( ?" l"ks Thank you but I have .10 intention of and her heart is! puts(01 for her
Lc -, lion ,with my wedding, though it be not the the latlms-hvu worth looking? holm coming up to ladylove unnoticed doing so. i shall dine at home," Ifou Ilewe.IIa'am, my lady says frit'nll wil
b' liiisband at. A fair girl with a beautiful I I by her. Very well," answers' Geraldine, goodhumoredly you kindly room when you
P Miss! Parkhurst was invited, and is now in face and a form exquisite in its 1uldU the starts slightly. Is it not refreshing ? "anlll" you will not be bored I dressed ?" Uf' rt
e l Geraldino'i. ) boudoir, wutchingandhis- and rUln.lll'S. Iterconmpanion is 1 youngman lint 'bow wet I am 1 WI5i)'abnrl.Cl in will !sing MIle ue\songs 1 have." Annie replying in the
.1 'tilling, to her ladyship with eyes full of won who would have formed fitting model watching the welcome shower that I did not To this lord Windholm makes no reply I maid closes the door.It nfrll1ttl'
Iller' ut the change the yean have wrought. for Hercules. Added to the I I|>orh pro- feel 1 its rtleit on myself h"! s Geraldinc returns to her letters. These is the (evening of the 21st, and Mis
'lif: 'Tim this exquisite, weary-eyed woman, with ,Ilortiol of l his tllrl he i w t:(': tat a illut may', "When you htnl"IICI rain-gazing, occupy her ullti is cnVlcd 1, amid I'arkhurst is dressing for dinner, assisted by
.f i her pale face and calm, languid bearing, be f.1'1. inspiring confidence and trust. |II'rhaps you will f.\'ur us with 1 little then she I if. for her ride with the |iousokcoKr'| little maid, who is very P M:
r1 the: same being us the bright, winsome girl: After making the Jol.of tho garden in >i iUnce i- musk," continued Lonl Windholm. Lord Windholm. deft and handy. She gives a satisfied' glance 1
vyUo charmed' everybody, by her sweetness!! the girl rai'ei eyes to her compan "I I Ihal be di-llghted, when I have had They ride together every day, and sonic- nt herself us she riM seek Geruldine. She
,tb"t j tad vivacity in the days gone by ? ion's face and l\1 quickly : I wonder if my' changed." Aid she. is turning tlmesit U the only hour in the twonty-four wears a dress Lady Windholm ordered from
"to ;.Rhe gives vent to her thoughts ut last. I you will CUT think of use after I return away whet her hand i H seized by her lover that (ioraldWie spends( with her husband. her own dre+ lakcr,1 delicate silk trimmed
i r'r. 1'uuart' greatly cltatigtrlladyGeruldinr'i: l I home to-morrow ?" \\141 bite you IK.TU d"ini: during III)' He is vcrjk particular about this, whether with plain Annie has never yet had
{,' "Aui I ?" queries the young! lad)'. "I The young' man's face become Middonly .( ', (n-aldno: ?" from pride 1 his wife's or any dress 8 ridll/li ( and she Lard! '
lorl/anshil elegant
of cannot return the cUllIl'timl'lItlnl.. There i ihg dyed with crimson, and then a.* suddenly; "AUmt this -.iinc as usual. Driving, rid because it gratifies him to :\1 knows J e ,
; i is little dillVrcnce in you, be that grows perfectly white. ila walkti.t:, reading and sleeping. Have: admiration hEr beauty ('rc'lh' Geraldine She finds the young Countess and'
(or rcl! uru more formal You u ed to cull meCeraMine. I terldi", life'Ol think ,there wi boone any particular( mason for asking does not cook to analyze ; she h quite indifferent IJt'how looking inure beautiful than}( rime
( ," day of III in which 1 $ not .No, "except that \01 are (ogle and preoccupied. u01 the point has ever semi her look before, .Her dress
+ J/ P .'\I"butiU.. so Jong ago," says Annie den- think ,if von ? The thought of to'llrQWb It vexes me to see you looking 1\( is I beautiful Jiinomorninir bright and (' of black lace: shows to
' i k retr.t1ugly. worse than death to mikti'"OhJat'kr' white and thin." sunny, but not ovvrjiovvi-riiigly hut The 1IIItltirt1' '. whiteness of her
s "Ytsllifeytyarsi. ioJ alongtiwe0almiullyiv | ; she exclaim h1'ulu"mrll', **Tlwt I U a pity, as I certainly have a prej j l park h crowded with equestrians and jioilos. kin. The bodice is cut with small
I look forward to," and Lady GeialdineUjhs catching hor breath. ,1"l"liil)1 that way. It is a comfort to trial It and also I good sprinkling of carriages. and the sleeve! reach to the ('I squaw|. )
a* though the regretted the fact They have come to a halt under the old, ; always'>resort to art if nature The fair )'uunt COUltC of e nildineis getting: very 11vI. thl"

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her I : FLOI5IDA: & WESTERNUAILWA : :; : ; connect with .steamer KcLeoen hver: nghfl nevery J.i1'" '' 0 It ;
cveiiinj maid ha been' regretting the I r mean to be! rich and important so SAVANNAH
fact. Ho\tndlhe white throat I is fastened. shall marry for position," rime' alllrms with ( Thursday \palochloola.. 1-111., end
pendant\ necklace of superb rubies', whkh all the decision of seventeen. every, Saturday for Columbus, (Ill., nail )'::11. I LINE"

glisten and (lash with every movement. (Jod forbid retorts the mother ?olemnlv. IVajeroHs! Short ..Int". fUlllu, AII\. ;
.\lInll'.1 want to give you this row of "No marriage in any position: canbo Connects with Mcamor O. Oui.l.y. : Jordan:
hearls. Do \'onllkc it?" And Lady Windholm happy: that is not, based on pure a flec every :Sunday; Apalachicola{ 111nl111
hands: 'it to her. tion. On und after Sunday, Juno :2< t 1S1,1'atss' every Tuesday!' for Columbus, null l Kufuulaat : \ ri'ab. r t
the a1 s.
Trains will run daily aver WayJackMilt .
"Oh, how lovely (;('raltiIHhow can 1 1 :-;'lllbd t fore her comes the vision: or a edger \. i
cruxShort Line us follows : 'uunccla. at Lake) City with trains on the
ever thank you for such n present ? or, ins woman d'ylmjhi the height or her youth '
'deed how can /lct'cl'fl\l1.thillg'o costly ?" an I hl'Ut:1111 a young man lying sick Fust Mail 'Express. Florida Central Railroad: for Jacksonville ly. 3IA1Ij *'.' Et 1i N II 11'fV

'Nonsensechild ; there are no I thanks reimired. unto death! In ;u far-oll'land. with nothing to and St. Johns River, Fermmdimi and ('l'InrKl'r. ) XL ::'
Leave Jacksonville.... 7.35 a. m. ;5.2.:> p,111.ArriveInck"unripe .
The will look but little I locketcontaining !.
pearl well on your console! his last moments n
8.40 8.10
; p. in. 11.111. (;Jeneral PassengiTHM Agent.
pretty have, rOIlI1l11H'l'k. mid I !'hallllkl' to know a spray' of withered 110"l'rl'IIe I/we ('iii hahan.......... .I:1.:? tn. (\.' :ll'. m -.. ..-- .. --- --------. Will leave CWar Key ,'
you them. I have never worn them .f,rrn.y. Arrive 1Vuyeruss.I a. in.Arrive 0.15; p.m. + .u DA VKNTILVL: KAILUOAD.: ) \
since the time I ORLEANS
stayed: and NEW '
you years Jesup...... ........12..1: 110011.11.0.; t p. m 1 '
vears ago Now lot us go down. Mr. Chi!. ItnilroiulM.rpiMi i FHIJJA Y.
Arrive Hruns-wiek..... 0.(1111'.111.( ) 5.30:: a. nn.Arrive ,
.. llngham will take yon into dinner, remem- Savannah.....,.. 3.001'.111. :2.00 a. 111.1.1'11't' noixo WK.ST. .
ber.Vhy, Annie:i is that a blush :? Well, I : CAUD Savannah:; for Leavo Jacksonville 8:15: .\. M. .. .. ,

I would rather sec yon blush for him than for; j Florida................. 1.20p.m. l0. man I know. He is not particularly' uF' TIn: Leave Daldwin .: 0:30::!! A. MLeavo FOR KKY WI1'NJ:: > HAVANA:
riot Arrive Macon. ..,... ... 7.50 1' in. 7.00 a, ni.
f-t but ho is: good and, noble. I fancied: ..ATI1.1NTICilrl/l',:5'I' I INDIA T1JANSIT Arrive ChailoMon! ..... 0.30 1'. 111. 8.50 a. in. )Darhyville. Ui't.'J: A, M. KVKUY: OTIIEll SATURDAY,
somehowt t that \I Ir. Chillingham; would not UAILKOAD.PKNINSl'LAP.: Leave Charleston for Leave Sanderson! .'10:10: A. 111'.

I to find faultith He my choice left of a lady side for him : I :: I: KAILUOAD I : /Florida, .................. 7..1U a. 111. :1.01": :; m.12.50nooii. LI'I\\'I' ()Invtee........................ ....'JII:: A. M. \
"' scarcely your all yes ( WI/ld" Br"I/I'II,) Arrive Atlanta: .......... 3.501: ) in. 1: Leave Mt. Carrie.11:4.: ; A. MIeavo .

i" terday.The ANDFKUNAND1NA : Arrive Angii-la .........10.0111'( 1 m. 4. $$3 p. m. ) Lake City .i. : r. M. 1'ARSONri l t DALE, Apcnt,
party gathered nt Prince's (!ate thhevening
Leave Live Oak. :2:30?:: r. 1f.A':1't' \ .
I" rather large, and the Earl and : ; ,t .J.\'O f ( : '\.U) ) Arrive Montgomery... $/ .1O p. in. ; 9-13t Cedar Key Fla.
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ILUli801l.:4. .
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Countess of ItAlLKOAD.In I : I Arrive Washington. + a 111.1.10!> a. m.
Strathmere. --
are the
among; )Drillon."\.40 1'. Mi .
.: guests I may Strathmore I is! 'unite satisfied Washington daily .
J 11. t I i'.11: ............ .10.00 1'. rat. 10.30: a. m. (':ivn 'fullsbasvee ... 8.tO: )'. !M. HU'UI.n f1CIIEDIiLEI
with I. her daughter.! She. smiles, invariablylOlllllllv Kfffct; JI,6II, 1881. ::( Leave' iulnoy............... ......... ...... i"-: r ''. 1\t. '.
: \% IKlt il 1'| '17 P.'y II*Pn'no sill' 1IJlkp-! (Ifmiteil uaiij)...:. 0.0:: a. m. Arrive Chattahoochee HI\'r..llW: v. MGOINU THE fTE.unR.OS'I' \
so" merry and thoughtful, and 1 withal as! flotNO: I'IIt'TIl.I.I'a"l' express

stately' as a young iiieen. A few minutes IVinandina....................... t SMHa.m.eavo .\1'. New York daily, : .:.\"T. ...- .. .. --.
!i 1 1'. It 1 II:......... ......... 0..1.11.. Leave Chattahoocheo River......... :
I before dinner I is amunineeil l Jeraldine; m m >.20p.: 111.r. 4jMA.: M
; leavesthe Hart's I Jload..... ......... ........ !\1,47>
f room in compliance with from a.m. .\ hew York daily, Arrive Quincy............. ......... ...... 5:52: : A. 51.Arriye'I'allahassee J JOHNS } 1A | CITY: FOIST }
a message .eave ( 1I11a hal1.; ........ ......... ......... lO.f'2:! a.111.
her hu>haiid, who is in his dressing-room., (limited e.xpicss)..... :'J.oO p. in.Express ....................... 7:30:: A. M. ...... .. .. "
,ea\e I Dutton I ............ ......... ......... 11.22:! a.111. --":'"'
Ila i h'. Arrive Drifton........ ......... .... ..
I have 11 racking headache," i is his greet .cave brandy Uraneh ................II.M .. ... om:: A. 1\t. .
ing. ( tn't you give me some salts or l A-a\o Haldwin ......... ..................1.1.0:11'.111.: : a.m. Fast Mail daily exewpt :Sunday.TIMK. : Arrive Madison...........................11.30: ,t. 1\1.

\ something ?" Leave Maxvillc...... ............... ......12.:1:11'.111.: Arrive Live Oak.........."............. 1:40: P. M.

l, When did it come on ?" nsks!: Unly I (!er- Leave Lawtey ............... .............. l.t.'Jp.m.: Savannah::: 11....................... ......... 71 hours Arrive Lake City............ ............ '1:00: r. MArrive .

aldine."This. Lease Tempfo's( ......... .................. I. .H p'.nm. Tn New Yurk ............................... "J hours Mt. Cnrrio................ ......... 4'U:: I'. M.

) I' afternoon. I met Carew and he ,ca\e :Starke; ...... .................. ...... l-'W: p.m. To Macon I ..................... ............... 1- hours Arrive Ohntee.................... ......... 4:51: P. M. -..

told! me something( that rather put' me out ;; Leavc'Tlmmmrstou .......................... I.''>I put To( Augusta ......... ......""........HI} hOIl!"!!. Arrive Sanderson! ..... .................. 5:10: r. >M,

that is the reason Lea\e Waldo.......... ......... ............ 2.:111'.111.: To Washington ..........................38 hou r". Arrive Darbyvillo...... ......... ......... W:20: I'. M
Have( you'tried any remedy ?" r Leave (;Jainesxille i ......... ............... :1.:10: : pan To Atlanta.................................1!n hour Arrive Haldwin\ .......... ................. 0:15: : r. M. WILL )leave !>Fernandina Jacksonville

A little brandy," says the Karl. Lca\e Arredondo ...... ......... ......... :X-;'>- p.m. To Charleston ................... "........U hours ArriveI'lmite House...:.......... ...... 7:25::: r. :M. 1"natknI1I1.1) intermediate land

Ol'rahtil1lkllows it. Her husband's habit Leave Hat ton......... ............... ...... 4.07 p.m. Arrive Jacksonville...................... 8:00: 1'. M. tugs on the St. John's River, anti Savannah

is fast: becoming' stronger than his souse: of kayo Archer............ .................. 4.2. !I p.m. THROUUH/ S.LKKPKIJ.S.jrirJacksonville : : ::;. CONNKCTIONS. Haldwin with A., O. & and Charleston. -, as folows :

IIt'cellHcn' are twenty j people in the Leave llronson ............ ......... ...... 5.011'.111. .: to Charleston.jrwJaeksoiivillo' W. '. T. R. K., for Cedar Key, Gainesville From Fernandina
house \waiting for dinner, and the host in a Leave' OLtt'rt'rl.'k........................ ,.,40 p.m. to Maoon.jr and Fernandina' and and

state" quite unfit to receive them." Leave Rosewood...... ........ ........... W.I" p.m. ,V-Jacksonville to Montgomery. '\ <'.'t ;; at Lake City for 'rldlahassce' !' Albany, FOR JACKSONVILLE ANn PALATKA,

You" had, better lie down, she says Arrive l't"lar'y.......... ...... ......... .*> pan Savannah"and all points North and West ; ;EVERY 11'E1)NESU.1rY:1r: :
calmly, 1111,11 will Sl'11I11':1r< with
soda-water : on8 some (iil.Ni NOKTIt. Passengers! taking the Savannah'sleeper at Jacksonville with St. Johns River Steam ,

and my salts.: Perhaps" : you will Loa\e Cedar Key.......................... 5.'l: (O) a.m. nlllll1l'rh'ill Savannah at ::!.''H) a. in., ers.! J. S. McULROY: '"""';' From FernandinaFOR
he able to appear at dc sert. And she quit Leave Kosewood: 1 ......................... (W.10 a.m. remain in the car until the n nul hour may of "'. : I. DAViitsoN, Master Transp'n.

the room to make an apology for the host'.snonappearance. : Leave Otter t Creek......... ............... 7.00a.m.) rising! in the morning, 7 n. in. Superintendent. SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON

)LeaviISronson........ ......... ........... 7.12a.m. Only one change of ears to XcYork.. '
Hut l or Windliolm is an obstinate man.: Leave Archer. ............ ............ ...... .lfi a.lIl. Passengers. going to Montgomery and New ;20EVERY FRIDAY.15%.

Just as the butler announces! dinner he Leave Uatlon..... ...... ......... ......... 8.W: n.n1. Orleans take the evening train. -- -- Close connection made with steamers for

conies into the room, and, saying ho feels Leave Arredondo ...... ...... ............ S.58! ; a.m. Passengers from lino of Transit, 1:Jail road ,,,. in\iiitsoN ;Mcllonvllle and Enterprise: also with steamers

considerably Duchess) of'llracinuir better he oilers his arm to I the Leave ( !ai lit."\'i Ill'......... ...... ......... !tJ:.T> :i.m. taku the evening train at "Callalian at ('.::,; for Ocklawahu River; also) at Savannah

: while the other gentlemen Leave Waldo .......................... ...ItUOa.m. p] m. with wtcamers for New York, Philadelphia,

seek their partners also Leave: Thurston: ..........................10.51' I non Passengers: l from line of Jark: 'onvillo Penacolu ;i 1.11 t IMy Boston and liiiltimore.and Charleston with

Annie, who isseatcd wheroshoeaii plainly Leave :Starke; ...............................11.11 a.m. & Mobile) Railroad: either take, train- steamers! for New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore

see Lady 1Vindh itmn. notices that her face i is l Leave Temple's..... .....................I 10.20) a.m. nt Live Oak leaving :!..15 III. and and with Northeastern & South Carlo-

bright lyfhmshe.lamid! her eyes are sparkling Leave Law tev ............. ......... .....11.37: a.m. at Savannah at 2.00 a. m.,I'or train at arriving Jacksonville linn Railroads: for routes North East and
. like stars. Hilt she is very lively and dur Leave Maxville I i) ..........................12.2!) p.m. leaving at 7.35: n. m. anal at West. .
tug; the whole dinner keeps up' an animated I Leave Haldwin ...... .. .....;........... 1.101'.111. Savannah at 3 arriving
llow of conversation. Annie is I fascinated, Leave Hrandy) Hranch..... ............ 1.::.!. p.m. Connecting at 1'.111.SavannahitliMcnmcrs FIRST-CLAss 1'ASSENOKU ACCOMMO

and yet she cannot think what IIILkher:\ Leave Dutton ............................. l.ll ]pan. Now! York, I'Iii 1IIIIl'I ph la, llo-ton and Bait l for 1 I.IIIOrl' I. DATIONS.
long'to see (leraldinc burst into tears. At Leave (Callalian: ..... .'.................... 2.1'2: p.m. Through Tickets and Staterooms! secured

last: the young Counters rises Instead\ of Leave )Hart's! h....... ............... a.:!.') p.nI. Connecting at Charleston with and all information furnished at office
steamers : corner -
moving: to the door, which young Chilling- Arrive Fernandina: : ............... ..... 1.00) j pmi,. for New York. and, Hallimore.: : UNIERTAKill. Centre and Second streets
h ham hastens to open, :she :stands perfectly Trains daily/except :; Philadelphia ,
Sunday. ()
Trains on .\Ihall Kail FIFTH ST.. FKRNANDINA .ly O. NOYES.
still, her face becoming white as I"al'hll'11 .. Ib ) road) FLA .
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Junction daily ( for ---------- -
except Sunday)
eyes are fixed on her. The rubies
fall with her quick breathing, and then she l'F) INHUL.\n KATLKOAD: ), Jirnnswick at 1.10( 1''. m.Tliruii For Tampa and Key WcHt,

fall, and! the lace dress is covered, with ( lIilld,) Jmlldl.) ;.ri 'Tickets!: sold tn all tuiusi ( mill ( HOJmmT.AU.W:: OAHKS VIA t
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.1. Meeping- Hcrths reserves I at the :; ) '
Savannah : : COFFINS
1II1t.! 01 lllllll/I1 ll1el'U 1'3 ouu Ill ute .t'ClIlt1III' fIXti sorrn. ANI CASKKTS.; rMAJIIM

breathless horror, and then she is gently IeayeVnhdn Junction....... ......... :!.I,; Florida. t Western: Itailway otllce, No. Telegraphic orders promptly attended to. Steamship CO'S MM,
\p.m. t
raised' and carried to a sofa. The blood! is, Leave :Santa;: )Fe.J.1$11.111.: Macon[ Ilay !street ; alto, at Ticket Ofllce .. -.. .. . l' .-- ---.

(lowing and she is so motioides-s that they Leave/ Hawthorne .J:...............".., 1.0.i 1'.111. and Hogan A: llrunswick streets! and, HullJ'II\lI"Ticket: corner Hay Iloolcs and Stationery.Wholesale .

think she is dead. Leave Lochloosa.......................... 4.15. p.m. ida, Central ) Olllro Flor -- ---- -
Depot. Jacksonville
lint the doctor., coming In an incredibly (Leave Orange Lake.................... !i.10 1'.111. JAS. Fla. 110IIACI.: IIIE "..

!short time, assures them that the Countessstill Arrive Oeala.............. ................. (icncral L. TAYLOR,

lives, though her hours are numbered (;i01N' KOKTH. II. S. II A INKS: Jeneral Passenger Agent. and Retail
Manager. :30: )
( icntly they carry her upstairs' !' and! lay heron Leave Ocala..15 II.III. ------- --.___ __ _u ___ '___ .
the satin Ill'cI. from which she will never Leave Orange i Lake ..................... 7. '1) a.llI. I : J'EXS.COL.ANlJ: BOOUS. ATIOMIKV,

rise" the fair lovely !Mower perishing ere. it Leave Txjchloosa: ................... ..... H.50:, } a.m. I JACKSONVILLE/ )': RAILWAY) ,CARRYINH THE U. S. MAIL.ONE .

reaches maturity. The guests: disperse: silent Leave Hawthorne......,................. 0.15) a.m. And ." 'IN((),
and, awe-struck. !Jt I is dreadful to Itan't'ath Leave Santa Fe........... ...... ......... !)I..45. a.m. On and after Monday, May :2, 1831 Trains -
\ brought so near in the hour of pleas Arrive \\.ullnJullellou. on this road will run ;daily as follows 591VI1ir! Ihy
.......... 10.15 a.m. : STnY.T, : of the staunch and
I[ 1 ure to have Si) prim a guest,at a banquet. ------- -- liOINfl w.wr.: elegant Steamers

The I Karl Windholmwith a white.fright- ."I.nXASIIIX.JACKOOX'IJ.J.: ) -:; .)': Leave Lake ('ity..I 12.30: : p.m. JACKSON VILri:, 1".OUlD..riY"'N'hoo. l .\. : the above Lino will leave Ce'dar Key
rncd 1 face, seeks the doctor. RAILROAD. 1.11(1rclhorn.. ) every Monday at 4:00: p, In., I for \
he"I asks Is there anxiously any possibility\ of her living ?" Ix-uve Houston............ 1.38: pan Tampa, Manatee, .;

"' I grieve to say there is not the least )hopeof lit jyect Miy titli, Will.UOINU Arrive Live.Oak......... :.!.t4) --- -- IIooliN

her ladyship's) life" replies the doctor. Leave Live Oak.......... :2.30:: ) p.m. itICivor Special Ey.1i AIM Ilraidciitonii,

This is not the first time she has ruptured SOUTH.Ixavc Leave Custer........ ..... :2.48 pan.Lcavc ; ; and every Monday and Thursday at 4:00
a blood-vessel and I't't113lridilla..II.I0 mtan..t .').:10 - mid Ocean. NtcaiiihoatN.MAT :
her constitution p.m.
has Leave Hart's WItI..11.43 Klluvillo. ::1.:111: ) p.m.: ---- -- -- ,p in, for
never_ : been strong.! _Added to which there Arrive Jncksoll\.il1e..1 u.m. it (1.01 p.m. \ e\lllhi5OIm.[ ........... .1.. 15 ii.;in.. ---
nI rl'U wcalmt.s" or tllu IICml1. A IU6III( :!.W i>.m. A 7.05 -man -- -- LORY'S Imita ICn.ssa and 'Key "'("!!t'.
Leave (ireenvillc".s.
at a loss to 5.15" .
conjecture what has brought on (iOISU xoimr.rcavc )

this violent hemorrhage lias she been Jacksonville.....8 21)) utrl..t 8,1(1pan. 1.c110ucillll.., (;i.lUp.m. .1"I.cunnN'I'R'INIIII- I:li.:. -

frightened or worried" in any way ?" Leave Hart's Ilnad.,9.45! a.m. it 4.15 p.m. Leave DrTfton..:..:... "I think not, the Karl: answers "Jmt Arrive 1'crnandiria.lo25 Leave Monticello Florida Transit *
aat..t. ".:'i0 5.50; p.m. Railroad from and to, nil
j 11.1)1
may"Certainly I see her;?but remember Lord "'11111. Double Trains daily except 8unday.CONNKCTIONS. l.iLiv1l: yI';::::::.:.... ;.15"; .'u. Only l/iro( l.lnc to Xtw Vorl. Steamer|Klnts! North for ami Fort West ; at Pnnta Russia with

holm that any excitement will shorten the r.t'nyeCluaires'_ ..... 7.40 p.m. 1t.: .. Pine Level. Myers, Fort Ogden, and

few hours that remain to her." ; Arrive Tallahassee.;; (( ; :.:T.: $,2'l'ptu: ) Through 'Tickets< are on sumo nt Fernan
bird Strathmere is almost frantic. AT nn Leave Talluha.sse diva
Ho \SJIIX'\1 KI.A., H.rIO p.m. Jacksonville, Jaim-nville' und
sends for the moat eminent physicians but With New York and Fernandina Steam IX'IIVP Midway........... II.I!) :{!') j p.m. Key, at greatly reduced) rates, for-ull,
they all say the<< I'allle.utlln can bo ship Line from New York Leave ;; -.- -- pal points on the Gulf princi
done for Lady Windholm on Tuesday, at 0 ; she is past help. U. m. or 1.00
p. 111., for Xcw J. M.
York LcuveMt. OAI..1IHJN.
on unt.ll.oj' Ag't
lady Strutluuere's
cold face pales at the Thursday after arrival of afternoon p.m. 13 '
a words. Might her daughter's fate huv With trains Arrive Clmtta.' THi: FINK. ; STKAMSHIKS: Cellar Key, Fla.
been tsngiaamid Florida Inland ;ltlver! ..JlJmo. .
different if her life had (been happier' ? What "oat Company) : from Silvannnh Steam- J p.m._ :_ :. := "'. N'I'I ItX 'I'. X'H.l''J' .
I is the use of wondering what might have Monday ; for.Savannah daily except! <.OIX r + been ? One has to do with daily ' what is. With Charleston Steamer from * Suvannu'h urdnyu
/balm It is opens far Into her the night before Lady Wind-) ind for Charleston on Wtslnesday and Sunday; Lfuvu Tallahassee I ................."..... o.OO)u.m. (.'I'l'l' 01' U.\\S. STEAM T).\CIU.:'.' COJl.I'X 2.

seeing the eyes. looking about and Savannah: and Charleston Tuesdayand{ Leave Chattuhoochee' } .........10.10
number a.m.
to the doctor, who around is holding her bed his, she lingers whispers Friday.Vitlt\ I Steamer: Float from Ht. Arrive.! ;St, Jlarks......... .....;_..:...._...10/iiuan- : CArr RISK.

Oil her pulse.: Send 1 them all away ; I vault r-indings on Wednesday and lfary's River COl.Vll K\: :"'T. -' O 't l: of limO 111.0Ht(, llI1ent will J leave
tot (be alone. When her wish had :St.; ; Ft-rnundlna for ......
been New
rlt'ilout she car Mary's River I-indings on :Sunday: and I.cuyellattt. KJver..... ) York every Tliun' -. : .
asks tin;
for Miss day, arrival .
Parkhurst, who Wednesday. U-uve Chuttultoochce.' .. 1,30: of afternoon trains from
comes immediately.) "Annie," she whis AT Leave Mt, n.lII. Jacksonville and Cedar Key.
t'ALI..Ur\N.: Pleasant..... 5.15 '
a.'". emma IITE.UUEU.i
are This
pers we quite alone line
? having ,
"Ouite, ," UIl"wcrsnllh>, bravely stifling 2.:To") p.and m.from Savannah at 10.15 a. tin. and leave Leave (lu III'Y...:.H. 5.52 u7tn.:' l et weenFKRNANDINA no trunafew> her sobs.!
Midway ,
fj.U U.III. ,
"Then' takeoff the locket that is around AT JHLUW1N, FLA., Arrive talluhasive. AND Captain RICIIAHIWOX. Captain --- ........, j-
: NKW;
To .. 7M YORK
and aim ,
neck There Tallahassee)
lilY is a tiny knob of gold at at 12.20: noun I..u\'e Tullahu./itl'> .
the )bottom ; press it." Annie doc and 1.00 p. ------ "- JOT DAILY
Offcra !
so --, time fEUVICI- -
reveals,, not portrait, as she expected but m.AT LOOIII/iOMl, n."., i.e.lyet7lurt's'' ............. $..:s u.m: ------ :. ';

a tiny >prav \\'ithereclllowcrs.. With Steamer 1.cl1vo 1Juyd's?............ 1J.1J1i+ a'II. UI&'r AND : ; -
Annie says the weak voice Alpha for all )joints and Leave )fonticcllo(; CIIEAI'KST'rRANs1'OIfr.A'rloN'f0 :: The Flora) leaves Fernandina
again. andingo '
on Orange Lake t1.o(W forSt.Mory''s
it arrival a.m. River
on )
bend of Pen- J.'UJtW.HHU'J'JltH.
lower. Will : landings
you take (the locket and Insular lUllroad( Train Leave Drlfton..... !9.15| every Monday Wednesday
a.m. and
send it to *n Jack anU tell him with -returning Tui- TImri
breath I sent my love." my dying AT OCAL.\. iiiivo.Aueilta-.................inmLease -;.._;...,.. V( (.tuhh'lt mill broth will.. --- .n.i..-{-'.''.'.-. ........t..t cIa.l.JlntJ .Niltlmlnt'} on day,
-- ''''
_. __ a"
.1 L With ( ; ::::: cure III Jiandllng. '
.'IIIII !!Lans 81)/1 Irf'DltJle but promlllt''f!' to Stave Lino to and from Hrookuville jirraiville.. .,loi5 a.m., I no Martha leaves Fernandina for
carry out Lady Windholm's wishes daily except Sunday Leave Madison............II.IOnjnT- .- *-- J'AR"I' i lnts every Tuesday, Thursday and Bator ,

.; 'iinein Then lam kiss! me dear and let the others Ocala Tuesday anti, Thursday und Patnnluy from Loay e };lIaville.- ......,. ...12.55: ,..tll... ; petting weaker min Tainjia on Monday Wednesday ----- -- FJItST'CI\H8.
nte. Poor Jack I" every and Frulay. Leave Ciutter.............. iTSTpTn: --

Thoso are her last words She smiles at ATCEI) Arrive l.... IJve Oak.......... 1.-1" ".JlI.' 'fhu traveling i>nblie are offereil the advantage Through HIIlM or
her father B KEY, rL1'ith \., aveLU-g Oak......... / ludluK
a I and mother, and at her husband \ ; :2.10 p.m. of a D/RKCT: LINK WITHOUT
.. .
m but cannot bpeak. They press near with reoLltoratiVl'l.I la on Monday and Miller Friday Ui and from IViiHuw- Leave Houston- -.....-.-...*.. ::.3211.111: ---. ANY eHA (at.onnectiull8: : mado at by MALLORY'8 LINK of Stumers: to al)

but the mute appeal of her eves I is With Pteamcm; CMIi U-aye m.:1.1)i: ) 1-ernumlina with ull steamboats for all MjInU on the St; MaryV
r. tr not to bo disregarded, and ehp i h left 'in New Orlt'tlnll.n and 1 Jluryu. for Arrive p.m. -jlnta on the St. John', Ocklawahu' '
Luke ,
peactf. Just before l the breaking of dawn Frlsfronm New Orlran* ty...... .. :3.l5p.iu. Indian Rivets, and with the CIONO ( :
K : __ Transit Hail. 'onllt"t"Uon
m iinl.iy from :..___
ulie heaven a long, deep sigh, which carries | : and Key .Vet -'. --- _. _- __- road ut Fi-niandina for all railroad .
with it her la't breath. on Friday; for Key West and Havana, on 0U g\IIT--alT. Shags HlVloIO.V. and Gulf \l"lttlt in Florida stations : made with time New York;
The l beautiful (:?untesi of Whidhohn Saturday. ( r;in,litjt Suvunnah! ,- Charleston and
Ii i at With "Florida > ruriduyiiIUIuturdsy.) Hteaim-ni ,
rt't t. Her weary .heart. will never ache Company St mc-rs& Havana fur )Jiftl, l Steamship; IA ove St.: Marks.....:',.,.................p tt'a FRKIOHT AND PASHKNOKU; HATES:

aaihm.1.1ng pll nn Monday and Tlmu Key'.Wwtand TUII,. 'A'3'e WukuIJa.. .......................liL'JOa'in' AH I.OWH UY INDIRKCT: (!noon ACCOMMODATIONS
; years afterward wh>'n Annie Ii aMt1il With ) .\ni,, Tallahawet'' .. ,..... .
matron with Steamer Railed"r1u, (.,r IMhmts on the ............ LiOpim; for --.
grown PusK-ngew."
up '
buannt Jit"ThrnuJ.1a Hate KxCur
daughters, a chancword from her youn Fur information River, on Thursday at 0 a. m. .. t'ONNKCTIONH; :!, all IK.ints. and HilU of' l.aclhag will flail this u very attractive I lonWs and'Tourintf\
e>t ilau/hter, a ,girl with the rwqwc-tlug route rate os the
art''J''tic etc., apply! to llt'ft.t1: antVeit ) For IJ.UoIflUgu ir further -enery Is grand: ami'allfeatore) and-
"I"1 IIIonnlltfon.8r'llly
1"4ulyof Chfllinglum: **! her I tweet at to other
stamj! on l game are abundant: <- *? .
A ,
five. bring boek the j lou't with vivid dl (l"1 Ticket. O. 3IulMNKLL: _, vannah, Florida.foiini-ct.t with 245; train on Ka I It. W. : CCxI* Either: of,the /
Wt'titt'rn' HOUTUWICK. Steamers
l b
tiuctnt+ t. v. 'am. .\gc'ut. Savannah Railroad for : Agent, daarteJ't'ollir ran # .
MAXWELL and'Allwuy. i rmirfiyii
Uen'II'4I1If.) !III 2. C. 11. 1'(rnau lima. For ('alrtlt'IITat 11.1thue..
JI.:1.'I.'Mng'r. )1.\f.I.OJtY
for information
.: l1.tittaIHJfMlal'U River floats, t'/L. ;_ apply to
.. l"it'f'lJ: Ka.t: Hh'<:r, New York 2-U .\. l- "YBS. \g\"ut.
1s 23v2 12v3:: .Kernandina Jola



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L01UIA[ Mmuoii.. 11l'illion{ { until tangible evidence of progress Till XEW; RAILJtOAHS. (then Governor Heed's: theory Is right. These EJHTOR1AL CORRESl'OXHEXCE.THE .

I Is given Our interest is connected principally with good tilings( exist ; the race is to the swift, the -
-r: _: -:.. -:-- -::-: "" ::---.0- : ; (the construction' of the Gainesville We have no desire amid no intention to prize to the strongest Hut there I is another MOUNTAIN WATERING: : I'I.\C.'I-TIIE: Room
..l TlJIWA y, AUGUST 27, 1391. Charlotte Harbor, now called t the Florida
throw cold water upon any intended Improvements. and n higher theory, more' in accordancewith coLnsy-UI0.9TON's: : COI.OMES, KTC.SEWANEE : .
Southern WISl'Ithe
., ._ . ..... Hallway. companyorganized
\ -- - ----- We do not believe the time : under thin charter; began and \have the principles!, if not the: practice, of August 2'', lRR1.

Till: RAILROAH ROOM. has come when railroads/ are needed on the nearly completed an authorized branch road our form of government, which I is, that The watering places seem full of people[

55 His difficult to preserve equanimity I In the bunks of navigable rivers, or that l-arullrl iron from, rollill l'alatklto-t
midst of excitement. For many years wo roads can he supported within twenty miles been delivered, at nn immen saving, directly offices arc public servants, who arc paid from )breezesof the mountain plateau health
have been in n Btato of quiet expectationand of each other through n sparsely! settled into their hands from the decks of the the pockets of all the people ; they are the and enjoyment. The little folks are greatly

hopefulness that at some future day country. The true method of expansion of vessels. f Since the 2">th of January<: servants of the }people, who arc taxed in one benefited by the change, amid both old and

,population and railroads would come, nnd, railroad system, ns! exemplified in the have within brought eleven miles the!! of construction(Gainesville. trains The: ) execution to form or another support them. The postmaster young find themselves relieved of the lassitude

In the meantime, we were making the best! I/ouisvillc t Nashville and (other successful of this work gives them) precedenceof ] whose business it is to sell postage and languor of the lowlands. Changeis

with thankfulness! of the existing lines of roads, is by ,,11f\'tlrnntll1I connecting with praise over nil other companies.Ilucfaa: stamps and to forward and distribute letters, itself beneficial to most!! people. The families -

rail and water-way. The advance guard of central trunk lines, thus giving the greatest! Advocate. has no political functions in the partisan. from the interior of Florida find a trip

railway projectors then camcnnd made mag- possible: accessibility' to Interior points at the The Advocate h I very naturally pleased sense. The marshal or his deputies, the collector to the coast!; n very pleasant change. It 1s. 4

niliccnt promises and obtained charters mi i least expense. 'I'11 .plan: also, has the effect with the construction of a new railroad cnn of customs and his deputies! have breaks up the monotonous\ round of (home

libitum. Any one who prudently proposed( of building up interior centres! of trade instead necting Gainesville with the St. Johns river properly no business in hand but the faithful duties :and home cares, quickens the pulse,

Home restrictions us to time or land grants! of termini at distance, The building of a road to Lake City mayor performance of their special duties. The enlivens the faculties nnd makes n pleasant

5 was assailed ns nn enemy public Improve may not Le of any great advantage to (Gainesville. only correct rule of appointment is to secure break in the annual round of affairs. The

ments.! The charters filled many: pages of 1110111'.1 r 1-'On OPFICK-HOLIHXU The northern part of Alachua county the most efficient service, and to utterly discard coast people, on the other hand, enjoy the
built The KrnHomwt; of August (filh! makes a vigorous lies midway L'h'NOaille81II0 and Lake :
the statute book, but no were
i the idea of office being a political re change to the mountains, rocks, gorges, bubbling
of .consequence. All at once a wave of : onslaught! on the provisions; of our City. The tendency will\ bo to send its products ward. springs, clear mountain streams, limpid .

railway schemes has como over u", and we prevent" constitution which J gives the Governor !! to Lake City, in the direction of its
cold nnd
i When a man takes the oath of office as and :sparkling, refreshing. Nature -
I arc made so. happy nt the prospect of so a salary of $3,500 per annum and,l market rather than to Gainesville, and such President of the United States he should become seems to me to have kindly provided

many roatl..lciug'uilt\ that we fail to look $2,000 per year to each of the cabinet officers, has! been' the case! to a considerable{ extent, the executive officer of the people, and these mountain elevations as refuge from

beyond or? ,give: a moment's reflection to the and compares their salaries with those of notwithstanding t the longer haul Gainesville -
ad of for the
not of 111"'I.y.! If he needs n council of the heats summer people of the
fact; that railroads cost a great deal t of moneyto Michigan, J giving to the Governorn salary of owes its existence and its growth very
better wlIas
vice other than the Senate, it were valleys and the coast t, as!! the pleasant
of business to $1,000 and cabinet officers $SOO() to to the Transit Hailroad: which
build nnd n large amount only largely : gavedirect
that should be divorced from those public genial coast resorts of Florida for the
In oldercountrle.! with with the of the Legislature fixed communication the channels of I
give them support. $1,000, pay
offices which affect the whole people-such )people' of these; elevated regions ns a shelter!
largo nnd compact populations, rival roads at $::1 J per day. The Kcoiwinitt/ ; also, cites trade In its appreciation of the additional
as the Postmaster-General! the Secretary of fl'O1tile blasts! of winter. Tennessee has
may live under competition{ anal the people Jihode Island, with its!! $1,000 1, per' year for the facilities afforded it (Gainesville ought not to
Interior. of million
i the Treasury, the Secretary of the already u population n and a half
choice of Governor' and $1 l day for the Legislature' of the
derive benefit fli)1II u routes.Hut I1'cr lose sight pioneer enterprise which,
: : The duties of these officers arc regulated "rInwIIIItII'O of }people) and seems a well-settled country,
unless there I Is business to give While the practice of oilier states! :similar in brought it into
through twenty-five years ago being,
in no tense' discretionary The but there are those still living in this neighborhood -
such is not the in population is not conclusive\ it i is one mode and has hitherto contributed to
independent support, case! so largely ,.
cilices of Secretary of State, of War, Navy who used to fort themselves in as n "
countries like of the amount to be allowed ", it called
sparsely settled ours. reaching proper prosperity) If were upon to decide and Attorney-General are more intimately protection against the Indians.
for the services of public officer. which of its it could best dispense
We have r'cog"l1.ctlthc'ahu..! and I Importance railways
: connected: with the Executive responsibility, llugby, the English colony established byMr.
The cabinet officers should have their salaries with it would be think the
rail communication the not we ,
and should be subject to his appointmentand Hughes, lies on the Cumberland plateau,
length nnd breadth: of the,, State, ail the adjusted! upon the wcll-known legal Transit which can put the traveler in four preferences. some ninety or one hundred miles north of

State( nearly thirty years ago, devised a system principle of quantum' 1/ltrllit-what their services hours on board fleet steamer nt Fernandinato In all the minor departments of postmasters this point. It has attracted: much attention

which should, when carried out, giveto are worth. be landed: in Charleston in twelve hours' collectors and revenue officers<, the tenure from the character of the !settlers which it
I portion of the State direct transportation The office of Governor, however, docs! not run ; or which, by its connection with the
every of oflice should Le during good behavior.In was primarily established: to receive, the ed-
\ ,. to the seaboard and to the great connecting rust upon the same principle. Character, Waycross Hail road nt ('Li11ahanhri, ngs Gainesville all the departments clerkships should be ucated middle class: ; young men for whom

'. lines of other States. With the executive ability and responsibility arc notsnsccpthble'of within ten hours run of Savannah.
\ progress filled in such n manner as to secure competency there is no opening in the )professions or in
of lines would the quantum mrritit rule. In Norllucrn-bound freight or travel will naturally -
settlemiientlranch J connect with permanency of po\itlon-MILject the official positions of the civil service in
older and wealthier communities\ \ there are in allother direction than
with the mal 1Il1cs. When this not go
systcnl to the same causes! and mode of dismissal ns England ; young men\ who are educated buthave
numbers of people who would fill the office northward to reach its 11e'ti nation. Whether
5r ;J wJ\1l\clnl'tl'llthc population+ of the State arc now prescribed for the officers of the i no opening to begin life in at home.
i was but little over 100,000( scattered( over nnHrcnof creditably, who would be, willing to be' the building of the roads to Lake City or Pa- army nnd navy. At Rugby it is proposed to give them 'the
elected to the high and honorable, positionof will be of special' to Gainesville .
liO, Our Presidential contests! would then bo opportunity of becoming independent farmers
Yet, notwithstanding the smallness of our the governor of a state without regard: to : or not, it is certain they will\ promote
(It for principles and measures: of policy, and <, fruit-growers, etc. The result of the
the salary attached to the oflice, considering,, of the country and
there constructed between the general prosperity l ,
population was ,
: ( not the low and degrading struggle for the experiment will, it is believed, be a failureso
I I i' the years iav and 1800 n completed line of the honor as sufficient compensation.! :Such to a greater or less extent, that of Gainesville.All far this
class is
spoils as particular !!
1 is not the case!! at the South, and u reasonable beneficial
I railway from l Fernandina( to Cedar Key, l.W public improvements arc to The young men\ will strike out and !seek; opportunities

1, miles, nnd from Jacksonville to Quincy 200( compensation must bo provided to enable the State at large. THE LIEX ON Tlll J", I" tG Jf, R. It. of bettering themselves, to fail or
miles, and forty miles! out from Pensacola the! office to be suitably 'tilled, not so The Florhlian gives the following clear succeed, ns our American youth do. As a \.. ".

i f... north. In the next: ten years! including the much for the actual (service rendered, but in MR. llISIIOl GOVKKXOR REEJ statement of the position of (the li<'1of the rule colonies arc not very successful, but

r A periods of war und reconstruction, nothing order to place the executive in position: of AXIt TiI1:"UXION" ON CIVIL Hoard of Internal Improvement on the they serve as a starting-point for develop

\ done and it {is within independence, so. t that he shall receive at SERVICE REFORM.
was only the last!\ two Jacksonville Pensacola it Mobile Hail road. tnt'lItrr.. Disston's colonies will scatter

I years that any real work In the way of building least a reasonable!\ sitpp{ ,art. We do not (think We have read with much interest the It docs not seem to be generally known who sooner or later, but will, it is to be hoped,

i lIelilll'l of railway has been dune, hut this implies a larger salary than would interesting essays upon\ the subject of civil the parties are who own the bonds protectedby adjust themselves\ to localities of their choice
within which time ahuut Ic l for the position!\ judge or cabinet service reform from the facile
i I. 100 miles of road proper emanating 1 this lien, although it has been supposed( somewhere in the State. Immigration comes

f have: been b'lilt. The population of the tate officer.! pens of the parties above named. Mr, Whop! the Dutch bondholders controlled them, or into Tennessee slowly although there is a
I. H now probably in the Ill'lghborhoOtlofaoo- The true principle with regard to all public portrays in clear and forcible language the u portion of them : steady natural increase, notwithstanding timeconstautdrainagetoTexas

F 000, and we have under construction 200I ol11'clIls that the office is to bo !separated evils of the present system of governmentappuintnieuts
the third and
Hy referring to section of the Arkansas, und
I idleslllPcbtVloridaandcuuupanie.formcd: : from all idea of reward or gratuity. The to office, and denounces the internal improvement net, the editor of in some degree to Florida.

i and 1 projects prominently! I brought b roro thc state (i.e.the,, people' ) needs! the services! of system of forc ll1)('( ttical assessments, which''' the Advocate will sec that upon a. failure The low excursion rates now prevailingmake

1 'l, public for tho building of four different and certain of her citizens to perform certain has increased tosnch an enormous extent us upon the ,part of any railroad company ,
if accepting the provisions of said net to u trip to-this! region an inexpensivennd
I ; almost parallel road: +, extending from n base: necessary functions. The people require in to have, by the ine of its corruption fund, cent, sinking provide
,I' one per' per annum, as a enjoyable one, and will, with tho increased
t. :, formed by the line from Jacksonville to the ootlll'I's faithful !service, and there shouldbe controlled, it is believed, the issue of the fund, the trustees shall take possessionof facilities and enlargement: of accommodations -

HI Live Oak of 87 miles, all of which are designed paid the fl'aIJollahle'nltll' of such service, last 1'rcsidential: election, ExGovernorHeed ( the road and I'ellit at public auction to ;
!> the bidder. The become very fash ionable. The
to so that there should be no obligation on in substance that civil highest proceeds arising
concentrate at and ,
Tampa Hay replies, a service -
from buck sale shall be applied to the purchase mountain regions of North Carolina, South
Charlotto Harbor, .Of these roads the Flor- either part. There should be no sinecureson reform which shall ignore ( tll'o1iti'alI'riucll'lc : and canceling of the outstanding Carolina' Georgia and Tennessee, us they become

: ida Tropical: bus already its connecting line the one hand and no underpaid serviceon I and party organizations requires bonds of the defaulting;: (company be in- better known, will\ be attractive
the uthl'r11 to the he.ser( cornorated! in the sinking! fund. In' 18(i.1!) thc
i f : constructed from llatdwln' tn Ocala, 81 miles, us "to enter upon the promised millenium, cities
Pens.icola : to our people than the sweltering and
: & Georgia Hailroadund the Tallahassee
operation, andi3conslructhogtherem ain- vice to be rendered siti yencrl* t the highest! when the lion and the lamb shall fraternize
Railroad made default and
sold k.
were crowded and expensive! summer resorts nt ,4.
It1if ing 100 miles from Ocala: to Tampa. The! service of good citizenship, not to bo measured nnd n little child !>shall lead them.". ][says, March 20th of that year.: The amount bid the North. These annual assemblages of '

Southern Hallroad: from Live! Oak: to Char- by dollars and cents As in the case moreover, "that t the civil service reform for the two roads was $1,415,000: enough to

.... ,lotto ]Harbor, has no portion of that line of the executive the pay should cover the which ignores political principles organ purchase!! and cancel all the outstanding our people will\ have a beneficial influence
bonds of both companies.' Of this: autount$951s2.63 in helping us to know each other and diffusing
"s\ built Creek & Jacksonville reasonable expense of rendering the service, isations is [
.'r.., a myth, a humbug, impracticable : was paid in bonds amounting to whatever valuable and progressive.
," has its surveying party"ln the field, and the expense of living and traveling; only to i and inconsistent'with" independent judgment $CKiQ,300. ThcTailnluioHeo! Hailroad: hating People from all the Gulf and South Atlantic
the Live Oak, It )wland'$ lllutVit Charlotte ho provided for. Four dollars per day and and hono-t differences in political sold for a little l less than its bonded debt, the
bonds: of that road were received ut a little states will conic into pleasant association,
actual '
Harbor traveling
Hailroad we regard
has but recently published expenses as am- opinions!
below par. The balance of the purchasemoney and go buck to their homes feeling !better and
Us notice of Incorporation Taking Charlotte pl.'rovision for the pay of members" of the Mr. Bishop meets the statement of Governor amounting $403,175.37, was not brighter ; carrying back pleasant memories

Harbor/ us the common terminus! the Legislature. Hl'e.lln a masterly manner, as will be paid,and forthisamount the trustees claimed i
four lines It need not he difficult to these a vendor's lien on the roads. This claim has of the forests, cliffs, springs! :: and fresh mountain
S wl11u\'erage:;! 0 miles in 1 length, adjust seen by the extract from his letter which we
been adjudicated) to be valid, with interest: airas wcllns kindly recollections of ncquaintances -
or 1,000)( miles in all. The question naturally questions of pay and salary upon a fair and publish in another column
k from the day of sale!, and is held by the trus made and friendships formed, to
occurs, what is rl'1il'l1ul'on| to support these reasonable' basis by a duly\ constituted conbtitutioiml The Citton, commenting nt length upon tees for the benefit of the holders of the bcher'aftercherished nnd renewed. F.

four roads if built? Time present population convention. If a permanence of the question, shows that Mr. Hohel'tlU'sul'pointlllcilt bonds of the Pensacola & Georgia Bud Tallahassee

lobe reachedvlllnot ex'-eeol 100,000.( Su position could be insured good men could to the collectorship of New Hailroad Companies DESCRII'TIOX OF COUNTIES

existing through business of any amount lil secured for all official positions\ nt much York was simply a reward for partisan and these Subsequent roads became to the merged sale J by ns the the Jacksonville trustees" -, The Lake City Ilqinrtvr the 12th commences -

cx>ts. The sugar' of Cuba and the mahogany smaller salaries. Why a comptroller or personal service but admits "that there can Pensacola Mobile: Hailroad. Then the publication of the "Advantage

of Central AlJl'rll'will continue to be treasurer, or commissioner of lands, should \be no objection to the executive head of the the Littlefield bonds" were issued, purporting and Resources of Columbia? County." It is;

transHrtc] l by water Tho fruit und vegetables be changed! l with every change of the execu government choosing those of his own political road. These to he a bonds flrt.mort lI purchased the written by one of the editors, W. M.: Ivcs.
of South Florida will th'l'l'UII receive no answer but the were by the
: uotruppnrtfour household of faith to o'cul'the
Dutch bondholders.The recent sale of the Jr., nnd the work could not have been placed
trunk roads, and the future would have to of I party and a new distribution! of spoilsof higher branches of the civil service, "but ob road was made under n decree in favor of jn better Itallll When (completed will be

tie very largely: discounted before a basis of office. That the people would be benefited jects"! to the application of the same rule to the Dutch bondholders, but was purchased, printed as a whole and sent to the ('ommi+.-
remunerative business be established.{ by the continuance{ : of competent and every government place, down to the lowest subject to the vendor's lien, which, under '<. ,
) sionerof the Bureau
the decree of sale, must" be paid off within of Immigration, who
Laud grants will help to build roads but efficient men in office admits of no boots Federal
; argument menial that blacks the of a of twelve months. The Dutch bondholders will then have reliable data to use in correspondence
will not support them, unless under very nll.llf the people! who think so would ficc-lolder." Mr. Bishop lays down the following purchased the road, und nre therefore required and a future pamphlet.

favorable circumstances, mind such exceptionally give expression of thl' views we should us two important| principles or measures to pay the amount due the trustees Some other
counties also
valuable lands us will ut once seen have an improved i condition i of affair i to effect' l'i'iMCrcc\ reform : With the moneys received from the purchasers arc publishingsimilar :
of the road the in their
trustees must pay descriptions local papers.
settlement. The l'O..t of these four roads TllK ATLANTA EXI'OSITIO, 1. .\ change in'the tenure of all the minor the outstanding bonds of the Pensacolu &' Every: county would do well tu follow theexample.
will not bo less!: than fifteen millions of dollars offices which shall make removals for partisan Georgia and Tallahassee" railroad companies,
We are glad to gee the &:I'II'rotllnh'rt..t beginning with We would suggest that after publication
und it be together the interest which has accrued
: can hardly anticipated that considerations
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& to be felt in our State beingull thereon' since March 20 ISfiO. These in the paper the ,whole should, be
the .business on. the line of the road will represented l the Atlanta 1 E\po: >iti 11111. Its :2.! A system' of regulations under which outstanding bonds amount to $458,100.: ( The published in pamphlet form-the ordinary
uoru! than pay; running ('XI'I'n..t"j.'e ; persons i>shall be selected fur \acant posts by vendor's lien draws interest at eight percent sized
importance to us can hardly: Ito overestimate. newspaper: would make front 24 to
\\ have, moreover, t two other per annum: the bonds at seven
&grand projecU means of comjH-titive exi.ininations, open to nor
!I. The Northern
p people read much of ( but the (tamphlet I'agcs-add to this a plain
''r annum as of the
1; und coupons
ventilated chartered: for the nil and in total of the
conducted disregard
pur- the productions of Florida, but they are accustomed bonds also draw interest from maturity, timeaggregate county map, cut and stitch leaves, cover whir
V ::5s i>osu of traversing tho same region The to the inflated style of land agentsat jKilitical affiliations of the candidate: He due upon the bonds fur principal a neat colored jviper, an ornamental title
Great Southern beginning nt Milieu, (la", would also prohibit all political nv-oMMfiiK and interest will exceed the amount due the
the West t, and take. all statementsitU u page, and distribute judiciously will bea
S, t and having n line of 720 mill's, to the land l It I is chimerical to that trustees" We that the Internal Improvement
perhaps' expect l-U\'IIf..u\
large pinch of salt, cum p-.mmo tali*, .\ fair be liable for the payment permanent history of the county, Bought
: of Key West, and the Floridalidlvol, from exhibit of our production+, not mammothand public opinion can ever In this country be of any excess: due over mouth above the for, read! loaned, cared for and preserved.A .
Jacksonville to the extreme Southern taint influenced to return to the purer methods principal and interest on \endors'lien..
forced newspaper
"| fair averages, well though containing{ borne mat-
of Florida. The editor of the AJi-ocale has I
morals of limo evidently
and earlier
arranged I, named and cla :ified{ botanical higher ix.liticul confounded 1 the two classes of bondholders, ter, i is only hastily glanced, at, or, if read,
The question naturally arise, will capitalists of the Yet it must be
days: republic. patent
specimen: especially those nt'It to 'dictnal. and! seems to suppose that there are mutual thrown aside, torn or destroyed
t ; build all of these roads or arc they, character, our woods and minerals, our fi>hcs to every candid mind that our present system demands or cross-claims between the purchasers Such pamphlet would not cost
extent, being ventilated to sell char4gp of for the of the road and the overlay
fo Homo a quadrennial struggle control trustees. The
and birds two cents each
would he both
(S attractive and valuable : or three cents with
a, *, franchises, )land grants, etc.? Our |I'u..t in presenting the inducements whichFlorida of the power of the government" with purchasers aguinst of the the>y>.ail luiernal have no Improvement claim whatever The county commissioners and incori' oratcd map.

experience renders us cautious conferring can hold! out to the various wants of the view of obtaining the disposal" of the Fund The ItondbJBbi who have their towns could well appropriate for
,1 unqualified l confidence railroad schemes. of office is demoralizing in the claim the Q moneys f \..
those who seek profitable occupations! in a hjmiN ex- against p have no interest in part of the expense 3lerchantsland-owu- '
I V\"o believrt.the J''ns.'I'OlatlanHc: road milder trcnu1, and calculated to tV.nv 'mum the the road The, Iatnetield bonds. purchased land
dilJtl'11 this will require trouble ere, brokers and citizens gl'ne."II"l'uldwell
.\ill| he built, and wI! I believe the SouthernTropUul mindt of tit: Hi every iio'jk- motive! and by the Dutch were a lien only upon
; | po
i and some exiK'uw'but our citizen will IK the road itself and constitute" no claim afford to take from twenty 'five !hundred -
will be built, L..ocuu&U the mind Is inhu every honcM itoire% to promote the common the fund.-17oridimm.
well repaid fur any ctt'ort or 1101h'tllt'. .\' may\ against copies A page or two of advertNements -
( hands of u |>owerful corporation! and expend for this object good. To consider I he question properly, would assist in the approved

lie! other U a continuation of the Florida i we must g" l-ciu-ath the surface t\S1|>cct of it. THE,will of the widow of the lute cxPresidcnt Dci end upon it advertising will 'uleu't.;

o u Transit: auJ will 1*? un Important feeder to The Ixmdon 77?u-K. at the request of the What is office, and what is the true position: Millard Filmore, who died in Huffalo, pay individuals uiul nay '
555 line and because' it Ualreadyunder Muynrol ChiirhMmi, s. I',, publishes! an extract of the (incumbent office If is corporations in their
of office
its existing ; an a New York last week,
leavepublic bequestst business
from the and
I'harUvstou ,'tlr, n . contract and .the? .work l progressing, A. 'relating to the history of the statue of Wit puiv! of |>ecumary profit, a god-send to be t the amount of t 50,000' among which is attract attention and interest which will U-

to the others, w, reserve the expression of Ham 19tt,1.yrl: of Chatham, in that ,'it>.. acquired by diligent seeking or good luck one ufM. ; y.sst. to the I'nivejpttyor Rochester, (uluwtJ by immigration ansi capital.'X.r .

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-- -- ---- -- ----- -- -- -- -- ---- -- ---- -- nOTTEIUJR
II. E. ,
and III1HIIlt"III'' Cnrclll! "
Tim'IOCU.'TKY1'IUS.; : and who shall have full authority make: once either for or against any particular can .. -.--. -
t arrangements for the collection of exhibit.( dilates, or by word, message or writing, or -- -- ---- } '
11'i. -: FmtNANIHN'Al"I.OnIIJA
and be the medium reception and transportation in any manner whatever! endeavoring t tpersua'dc tn n. C.: nUU"I.aG .
IAUOE DKLKOVTIOS! OF THE DIFFERENT SECTIONS : ) to .\tl.mta.'hn., with the coinmissioners any elector to'l' or dissuade "- MERCHANT nt.\I.1m IN: < .
01 THE STATE IN ..\Tns 11.\St:.:. on the part of tho :State, have: thegeneral juiv elector from giving his:! vote ENERAL: COMMISSION \
: management of nil matters at the The regulation proceeds to say:I "canvassing I'ine II'tsutlly Groceries.
The tmniLjration convention called by Exposition: and l are authori/ed to fill vacancies within n post-olHco is not permitted." Now CEXTUK:' ST., NEAR R. ]11. DEPOT: -I- '
Commissioner Robinson for the 21th, met in in their conhnittettn compare. the high spirit of British voters exhibited 1<'I'A- ANH JPROVISIONH.
Jacksonville\ at the time n|>|ioinleil, inniiy of lletitlrcil. That a committee of three bo appointed in their guardianship of an nudehaiichcd FERNANDINA: -
by the chair to frame a suitable address i Millrago with the thoughtless!' ser "
the counties being well represented. tornpornry ,
the voters, displayed: in their Hay, Corn, Oats..L111ESS .
to citizens of the several countiesreciimmending t ilityof.lnuerican
organization was clFucteil\ l by electingDr. that they immediately organize tame submission!' to n system hereby every _"__.' u. .._ .-- .-....- -----.----- ,
Harris of office-holder I is compelled to b.-a, partisan; aicGll'1'IN *. .V,. >
Orange county, temporary : county immigration societies to cooperate ( .
president and Mr. Thomas( S, Roberts of with the t Bureau: of Immigration. worker," and contribute to electioneering I AND BUILDER: Customers can rely upon getting CHOICE:
When consider, further, the Republican ,
after the lI1l'tllllll1'\lg'g1h'tl the Commissioner funds. we CONTRACTOR -., : "
Clay county, temporary secretary demand for troops at the polls It '
the immediate .
and that they urge; GOODS, ns!' ,
Mr.: I? C. Long, the secretary of the Commissioner preparation by the citizens each ('Olll\t\'of and for u special army of marshals paid Alachna Street, between Second: and Third,
stated the of the from the public' treasury! to intimidate and .
ohjert convention a lll' l'rlpti\'l'lirtid(' of their respective counties \ FERNANDINA: FLA.
.# : not to exceed 2.IlHnl'tI ; the same to corrupt our voters, ami remember the eXtent NOTHING BUT THE FINEST! :BRANDS::;
be sent to t the ollice of the Commissioner i of to which that demand: has been acquiesced 01"1"11111111) estimates from a distance) : carefully ., ( {
He said the organisation: of the Bureauof Immigration fur introduction in a new State in, can we think of ourselves as occupying attended to. 25-tf .

Immigration was Heeled some vearsago )pamphlet: to be i issued: as soon as: the data ; the same lewith) the voters of __ ___ ..._00- .___.____. __ -- --- are kept in stock.
with Mr. French and )1 r. Sall1nel Fairbanks .
Great Britain ? OVKIS: t
can be received.A o. N. ,
at its head. They conceived the plan of pro.- The "pllil III{'" and their pipers try to '
resolution + offered by General Fin- .\NGla .\: nm\i: ,
nml distributing
paring pamphlets: asa means make it appear that there something peculiar C ONTRACTOR AND BUILDKR,
advertising tho Mattand inducing immigration. ley that till! Convention approve of the in t the fact that our government i is w* '

Much good, resulted.mure than it Board of Immigration and of its work, and necessarily administered i by a I political party.Is 1.\'i:' (' 'AC'Tmn4 T>AKKIIS AND CONFECTIONERS,
is possible to estimate. There was! a rapid not the scone thing true of the HritlhO'l'rnll1l'nt
of the work of the former and officers
increase of inquiries ; letters: poured 11I.1'Cl.k. )present ? I Ever: since NMKl!!;I Ihitgovern- .CHOICE
ing I formation on ovcry imaginable :subject.When and assistants: ," which) was carriedutKiniinoiislv. 1 ment of Great Britain has been emphatically MOULDINGS\ '
Dr. Robinson was appointed commissioner i and in the fullest sense possible. .a government : STAIR .AILS, WOOD 1U\'KS-: : Groceries, Cigars, and Tobnccow. ,
and 1 was made secretary to assist:: .\ committee\ of five was: appointed to report bv political 1 I parties.! That Ii.lrlll.III' 'I'IWtOIlIIK'fIJI! ; :; G.WIU'l'IIIWnO.IW ,
him, he continued to distribute the pam administra'tion was Introduced! when William TOYS AND PANCAn1'ICIJl':S.
phlets. But, the information given was nec some plan at the evening session: to II [. resolved on !illrrlHIII.lill.hllll'lcl. !' It ( ______ I
vssarilyofsuclL brief.general nature it was have: Florida represented: at the (Cotton Ex: all t times with a cabinet In harmony with iNi.tsu( ING.FLOOR Weddings, Entertainments' and Picnics,
calculated to excite interest:: rather than !satisfy position to be held at Atlanta, whereupon the majority in parliament. For l.V years furnished nt the shortest notice, at rock-bot-
it. The correspondents) increased in after that date the civil !service' was manned .
the convention adjourned toS't'') p. m. Sfnh' stud ClitirHi' WorK t0Il11'C8, at."A1 '
number and interest. We found the- pamphlet through partisan: ptrunngetund personal: favoritism. r ANGEL'S: BAKERY,
inadequate to meet the dci nutd. The After the reassembling of the convention .
The spoils system of Groat Britain .\ Sl'iriALTY.DOORS i Centre Street,
features of Florida arc constantly: dunging, in the evening. General Finley in I ho (chair was, to all Intents and 1 purposes identical 23 Opp. old 1'. O. Building
and what is needed to derive t this: \aried :Mr. 1'lace gave to the convention ii views, with that which exists in the United ANI WINDOW) FRAMF.SOF -1- .- -- --
information from localities. Let cadi individual :States; at this time with the single) exception! ,
each and and of in regard to the Atlanta 'Exposition, stating ALL HI/E8. ,
i in : every part county which I have already illllir ltl"1. British voters oil
""\ the State constitute himself: committee of that he had applied I lor l.nonfw I ,t of space for at length grew tired of the inefficiency Post Office\ JInx 171. .: '. ,

immigration ; especially the people of every the Florida, exhibit. and di.IIOIIl''Iwhil'h!' pervaded! the service jan4 Fernandina, Fin. r4This .
meet and select somo to whom .. '!J" >,'
county their
and '
under) that
The committee exhibition the system, happily --- ------------ ------ -- ---- --- ;
on ; "
reported! reserved for. .
the Bureau can refer particular inquiries' !I, country, (tlll'UIIIl'fstoocl their rights and space., : .., .:,..;..
and who can communicate with the Bureau, following resolutions, which. were adopted : their powerThe; < \ first weakening blow fell ,, J{. HAUKXKJHT. .. :n:

wJicre all letters arc placed on /file. To illustrate Hcaolrrtl That the :Stale; make an exhibition upon the odious system in IS..j1.;! and in 1870 AGENT A. 11. OYES.rocerJ ,
at present th'Teii: .1 colony on at Atlanta, to consist of woods, lib res, its total annihilation was ClllI lIll1l1l\t'II. III WHOLESALE: AM UKTAII.BUTCHKR :T" ., y: .,
their way from Indiana to Hrooksville. of minerals!l. manufmtiircd articles by band or that triumph of British ,'Irtlll'ilil the difficulties AND STOCK DHALMR: < Ship Chandler, '
this State. They wrote to me, anti I referred machinery, native fertilizers! fruits*, vegetables were encountered which now bar theprogress ANDDenier ( ,
them to Dr Robinson, who brought them : staples, cereals natural curiosities of of American virtue in tho same di in Ice.TKNNK8SKK FERNANIINA:
right on to Hrooksville. A party asks mo land and water, etc., and all other things rection. The portentous question on which ", ,' ,. FLA.
when and where to plant oianges. I want that would illustrate the resources and products the destiny this nation in no !"lIInlll1\l'IIS- BKKF: A 8PKC1ALTY: \:) aj4't( ,.', J .

to know some responsible man below the of Florida.: ure hangs) is this : Will American voters, e':,...:r'.th)" 'f r
cold belt to refer him to, and who will give C nlved., To this cud the following named when stirred to reflection on this subject I. BUOOM Sl"tIT'IIAIt":: : ,

accurate, minute information authorita gentlemen be hereby appointed railroad andshipping themselves) : entitled to take rank with 10-tf FKRNANDINA, FLA. ,
lively When a man wantsdetailed answersto agents.lackson: vii In, '1'. '1'. Stockton .. \\fII\'C voters 1'. 1'. BISHOP.What I .
various questions I answer and append ; 4'allahan) : \". A. lalllIcUn; Oak, -
the names: of \parties in other sections, ;and Robert .\, leis! ; IVnsaeola: : W.: D. Chiplev, .-
the Government In ut
advise him to write to them ami compare and Dr.) R. II. Mcllvain at Cedar Key. The Jotn0 IMPORTANT NOTICE !.
their letters. No one man can conduct a system duty of these !several' I'lIts shall be to forward tho liar
of immigration. No man outside the Colonel I 1). II. Elliott who is hereby General Gillmore, in his late report has

county of Dnval can write intelligently and constituted superintendent of the Status exhibit this to of the improvements of Pen man- "
correctly detailed account of its resources at Atlanta: all articles turned. over to say J. & T. IY.DDAre
and advantages.. Never in her history was them respectively.liesdred dina harbor1 : .
Florida's future brighter. The recent colds further. To this end the vice-pres The plan of improvement here consists!' clearing out their largo stock of "'
and freezes have impressed people with the idents, of this convention hereby authorized essentially of two low jetties, composed'\ of I
advantages of our climate. We want a net and requested appoint committees in riprap stone resting on n foundation mattress
work system, reaching: throughout: the limits t their respective counties, such committees to of logs; or logs amid brush starting from SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS I
of the whole /State and permeating every consist i: of tine or more members whose duty the shores on the opposite sides of t the entrance ,.
county. This is: the only way to make the t-hallle to solicit contributions of money and extending foI'nwartlll'ro:44 the bur To make room for Fall purchases which arc now arriving.
Bureau a practical benefit. If this system and articles for exhibition the latter to bo upon lines so directed that the outer ends
works the citizens of the several counties reported to the shipping agents of their respective will he parallel to each other and from ;:IJ.OOO MEN'S YOUTh
will ask the Legislature to make an adequate sections, to be forwarded to Atlanta to ;t,5W feel apart or such distance as may AND CLOTHING,
appropriation, which shall bo turned over to for the of the exhibit All\ moneys hereafter be adopted.I
the Bureau to pay: these: private local secretaries (' ) (' \ 'I'ttr\IOo1C':4\ that nCl'o1o1I1fill! procuring If two low jetties reaching across the FROM LOW-PRICED TO FINE tiOODS. ,
a just compensation. No same amount articles for exhibition, shall bo forwarded to bar: arc built, they would be expected' to
of money could be better\ invested for the the First National Bank, Jacksonville. We maintain a low water ChlJ.l1l1l'1llfJt less than llilt;Al\S IV llliSS: UOODN-A full mill complete wtot-k"consisting of.

general welfare of the State. "'0 hoped all recommend Messrs.1 Shoemaker. President' 'JO to 21 feet. Greater depths could bo secured SUMMER SILKS, ALL-WOOL LACE: BUNTINGS, LAWNS, LINEN LAWNS, BAR
the counties would \be represented in this of First! National Hank, lion (I. 1''. Drew by carrying the j jetties to higher level.\ EGES and nm':NADINFiM\VlSS1IMS: ? anti '
convention, and that every county would go A. Robinson. Hon. \Vilk. Call, The estimated cost: of tire work >W.071.02.X: : TARLETANSrVICTORIA 1'EItSIAN'LAIVNS.tut r
to work and get up n ('\circular on its own responsibility (General; J. J. Finley. .t. J. Russell John K.Slillman. With a single long jetty placed on the north low .trlc' H. Hummer SllItH-froin l"JnyCent.i; upwards "

giving; a carefully detailed) account C. l!. Bends Julius! A. I.nyd'n( !s'hoal and a spur jetty on till south side, a 7 .' "
of what it (has to oiler immigrants, for \\ III. .T, IrawtonV.1). Chipley.\, R. \V. Davis, low-wttter channel of 10( to 17 feet would bomaintained. Gents' Tine FurnishingGoods a Specialty.Our .
general distribution. Marion county has I). II. Elliott: and Woodson P. 11'IliteIonup-! Tho work in this case would
gotten up a circular of sixtv-four octavo pointed a finance and advisory: committee," cost about $1.t i ages: with eight lithographic; views, costing who shall ho authori/cd to appoint a financial Up to June flu, 18.S1, the aggregate lengthof Bleached std Brows Cottons at Wholesale Prices. I'rult "
:$:;J.)0 now ready forthe prc+s. Orange) county : agent: upon\ whore order all funds delosited apron foundation laid in'ns':27ft! feet, from 'oFLoom nt
has: also taken active steps. The l'omnmissiuner : :: [ I arc to bo appropriated on orders of :25 to 'Xt feet in width, composed of a mattress 10 rout ; 1O-1 NlicetliiK' 33 (c-ontN. '
desires to supersede the work of :Mr. the superintendent.After of logs; mid brush about 19 inches A case of splendid' Standard I'rlulM, nt O emits per yard.jfcjyWu .

French by a new work larger and fuller adopting. some complimentary resolutions thick overlaid with riprnp stone to an average are Agents lor I>EVI giving detailed information We propose to thickness! of about 11 feet in (tire work.
give each county the space of 2.1UU written convention at lll: p. mum. adjourned During time present! fiscal year it is proposed FALL.SAMl'LES: now ready ; i 00 styles: : -sixty o f them from Ills! to $:! % 'per HI....

words. In concluding, in behalf/ of Govcr- line die to continue work on the north Jetty, and, Fit friiaranteod.

'nor Bloxham let me urge the taking of I Iun. 1118I1UI"S perhaps: ( begin t tho construction of tile Mouth ;J.iJ" A visit to our establishment-! \ convince )01\ that, while we do not sell
toward Florida
some steps having represented ctty.Tho
inferior Goods: we are the (foods
Wry House Elaine
at Atlanta. The Governor directed JtLKl eastern shore of Cumberland Island front ) to "
me to say that the State has comparatively The ex-Governor says : The civil !service! in th'"' vicinity of the north jetty, has re- Florida.
no money, and what is done must bo done reform which ignores political principles coded t to some extent during the past few -. ties T. x .YD :D
by the people, and hat he is ready to cooperate and organizations i is a 1II'th-11 Ii humbug years, and spring) tides have at several I points' New York 0'nico' ) ,
lUll lend his influence and ellorts:) ill impracticable and inconsistent: with independent occasionally !swept across the: island to the M Walker *"'-"' 'J f N.t..Cor.Cl.l1tr: <1Thh.l1St.' ..
this important move General Vongc and judgment and honest differences in creek 01 the west side. J Fernandinu, pia.Wt. .
myself represent the Governor in urging: J'ulitlt'alopillion." This is certainly refresh At tho )point where the north jetty will
steps in this direction. ing. How IIHtr\"l'lIou "independent judgment cross Cumberland' channel the maximum "

A recess, was then taken until 3 o'clock p. is favored by an olllcer's knowledge mum low water depth is now 121 feet annrnwo A.. ANBORN.
that if he wavers in his!: adhesion to a partyor of about 2 feet within the last two ..
10. At thereus,;emblingtheconvention was faction his oflicial head will fall into the years, and the deepest lineof channel is- now --- --- .- ..
organized permanently the election of basket, and his wife and children will be much nearer to the low water hire of the

Dr. J. J. Harris as chairman a vicepresident i- destitute:, of bread. (Consider, too, how im stand, than formerly. f

from county represented! and practicable" anon-partisiincivilserviccis.\ It Tho shoals bounding Amelia basin and .
is an excellent thing! for a man, before tossing he channel having remained practically'
Fred. Robertson and Thomas Robert.-: as i about !such! words: as: "myth and "hum stationary as far out as about one mile ('nlltof .
secretaries. bug" to gather up u little information. If Amelia Island. On (hn bar proper the .
Commissioner Robinson then addressed! he should happen to learn that he had called lorth channel is still moving to tilt southward Z "
that "impracticable" which all well-in. and has now the !best water while WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED, Z
the convention IIntlma.le a telling speech in ,
formed men knew to bo in successful ojK-ra-; the more southern channel: is'! growing
favor of immigration.A thou, he would hind his! position somewhat shoalcr.Fernandina. '
general discussion then ensued in regard nun'1atbf.tC'tofIt i h quite easy to ascertain is by nature the most favored

to the different and mcans. o ,,('- that there is nothing new in the application harbor on tho Atlantic: coa'tof Florida The
: of contemptuous: expressions! to such a reformatory I usual available depth of the bar is! 1TJ: feet, I5y Kail Steamer and
cure the desired end. spirit' as is: now beginning\ to manifest although sometimes: not more thun mil 1 feet o Sail, .

The following resolutions were: adopted : itself: in our political circles. More than nt average low tide, with an ordinary, rise .,,:, 0
Jletoh'etl That cacti county can best serve fifty years ago u l for the severance of and fall of tides of about G feet. Inside the
both herself and sister counties by collecting partisan !services! and rewards from t ho gaining lIar tho anchorage I is very capacious, deep ,
and placing before the public all the : amid keeping of b positions: : in the civil service and well\ >sheltered.> The entrance defended m Ifl.
facts which will invite labor and capital. was: passionately scouted and in the by the Kuiiv of Fort Clinch. Vessels having A LARGE STOCK OF'
JUaulctil, That county associations for the llnglish language too, as: cliimerical and pUo1sl'Il! l over the bar smuts either to r
collection of data that will furnish truthful Utopian Therewas: ,, then in Great Britain, ,"ernandinu or St.\ Man's. Z.
information is earnestly invited; and that as now in the United Mutes, a multitude of Amount available July I 1. 1881, il IL'SOS:.-' Z' .f.fT
all counties who have not formed associa |toiiticians to whom the man of Uz would OR ; amount recommended\ fur the fiscal year
tions1 are earnestly urged to do bo. have said : No doubt ye are the people, ending JUlie ill, I\i s2. t.olpI( SN).
HtrtlveJ That we extend a cordial ", d. and wisdom shall die with you," In all
conic to all foreigners who may come to lands there are li.mrbons who deem themselves lbat.. 011'"flt 1('('. ]T

settle among us, and that the Commissioner very wise because t they cheerfully accept ',{,1irr. Moans"-froth 8': of Immigration; take measures to disseminate as indestructible: and eternal the various MOUC.V Orders, UI\lllt.i"tcTt'lI'dltJ'2o' from ,00W.
information in regard to the great natural forms of corruption) to which they H.WI.U: M. to 1K; p.' )1?: iiml from 2.; resource of the State among that Ha* have been long accustomed. But the British to 3:::a II v, M, $"'s\inlays from II'Ilu:; UOAM.AKKIV.U. ,.
of ,)e'de.'Pe"al"ed. i Bourbons have lived to see that which ANI' DU'ttnillt. OF THE: Mill*.
That all steamboat and railroad they once denounced as u sditr.ic of impractical ..1i.rf/.eru Mull-Arrive* daily.. at 10:25: A. M. -AND-
lines entering into and traversing the State' dreamers become an established C.'II""tlol" 0t ft1I1: p. M. r.4
of Florida, or any part thereof, bo and theyare and triumphant reality. The civil! service I:4ra Jlnif- .
hereby earnestly requested by the convention of Great Britain has not, at any time within For points north of Savannah GENERAL ;

to pass all immigrants with their the last hundred years,, been so bad in all onlv, (elites........ ....................ici.OO; f M. MERCHANDISE
household chattels. over their respective respects as:: ours is today Such was the Cedar Kryand Trnniit litiilrufid

lines at liberally reduced rates. Imaaulinesswith which British: voters guarded Arrives..................... 4iO:< p. !M. 7 -.
llctulvtd. That this'! convention considers their indejiendeiice, that a century ago theyresolutely ('h(sts ..................... ................... 54:15: .\. M. 'II. '.. 't... ... '- '
the imj>ortance of a proper display of the repelled all excnitive, interference \ll\ trtArrive FIurid'l- .. ..... ,' A : 7r. .
various'! products woods) minerals and other with the exercise- of theff electoral rights *. 4.00: p t(. .
evidences! : of Florida' resource at the Kvpu- After having; tried uiyOhcr remedies with. Cluol'II ......................................... 5L$1; p. )I. ,
', sition Atlanta as one that command a out avail they dciujppl I and secured in J"t/41Jlu.itle and...,. J"lm* ltlver .>

duty on the part of her citizens tu make such 178:;> au act of parliament, not only prohibiting Arrive.JfezTiA.M.:: 5:00: P. )I. s' rj :
arrangement as:: will secureadisplay that all other mode of official meddling. Clruscs ......................lO.dfl; p. H. 5.00: v M, : CALL AND EXAMINE OU STOCK > ,
will truly represent the great resources that with the freedom of elections taut even gating Fl. Jary't, std Tt'llJ,,'r 1//1 .t/I_

we are bleed with, and of which, by our so far Ih to disfranchise, time great hotly ..Arriv TiMxLiyN uii peculiar ituation.: we have a monopoly.lUtttlretl of ioersons j : employed in the civil M-rvloe. do*** Mi.iuLiv and 'flallr..lur ut :>: { .
That this convention take intoconsideration That Jaw continued in forco down tu l I5ld" I H, Jl-tr." r, (J" ., ""/'f-- ,
the propriety of forming a when it was rendered unnecesnjiry by the j .Irrivt.Mundayan1Thursutaysat\ ,M: r' v, M. ;:"" '
State representation consisting of one or full establishment(, of ult"u compuiti-jii I t TarwLiy* and l-l.Uv nt '*&t;: p. MYiluVday 1 1'I >> .

more from each county, which repreaenta- and a thoroughly uou-uriiu: service. A Of \\ .andSal'iL; >'. at \J.II) t, M., -.,.,,....- .. .
tion kliall be coiutitut&i a board of management ; regulation of ,the t'ul t.OfUre Department I iloart Tue L y.., Wediuwlay, o' lr
for the Atlanta Exposition: who shall however till prohibits: all'pootmaster and Frl'Uiyi mid Saturday: mJK; |. >Mt < A
elect a chairman from among their number, their deputies from "t-xtrrtiiij their. hula- );%)ILL r. ',U'lI.t'LL. I*. M. SA.NBO13J1j ,


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I -- WHAT llK'l) 1)0. The town of Ellavillo: which j is supported T---I aK.\iit.\: : ii (;ICTOuv.Untied :: :. [ 1J\lon COUNTY.knnly Attestor of Tares-Thomas Barco: Cotton'

r by these mills, numbers a population of ( Jud/c-11.1)1 Davis I .
If I worn ft railroad brakeman, Slnlt'M" OfllccrN." Collector of Rct'/I/lc-l'rclll'flck N. Foy,
about live hundred. (not including the army Clerk-F. J. POll! '
r I'd holler the stations so plain t.\.NI OFFICE, OUXKSVIM.K.Jieaister (Sheriff-IJ. C. Herndon, .
That the man who was going to Texas of choppers, loggers, teamsters and raftsmen, -\\t. A. Barnes!,!, Gainesville Aufssnf of Tuxes-(Jeorgo Superintendent of Schools-II. C. Martin,

: Would go clear through to :Maine.1M who arc scattered for miles! over these counties Receiver-John I"'. Rollins.! (Gainesville.Snrreior'Jeneral derson.Collector, McCoy.I

open the door of the smoking-car, ). There arc some very line business: -)Maluchi Martin, Talla of y.Vroii/c, MoNROE coUNTY

: And I'd give such n mighty roar houses!' which enjoy a lucrative trade'; also hassee. Darby ville.NujicrintcHilcHt. County Judirc' -Chas. :S.: Baron. Key "'pt.
; Tliat the passengers back in the sleeper DISTRICT' rot'UT. of Schools- (clerk-i'cter'1'. Kninht; Key West.
'f "'ollhloll fall nut on the floor. some very neat and. pretty dwellings, (Gov- Olu tee. Sheriff-George A. Demcrritt, Key West.Assrwor .
,I. For I couldn't afford a tenor voice, error Drew lives in n large and comfortable I//-TholJll1 Settle, JacksonvilleMarshal lIUAliKOHl) 1'1It: ( ; of t.ra-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
t And I couldn't all'ord to -J. H. Darken, Jacksonville.!
speak residence, short distance out of town on (? Jacksonville. dimity Jitil'/i!-J. 11. 1lid ('V West.
In the 8Wl'et, soft tOlle oft he.Kolian liarps( irkI'huip'caber,
Collector C Maloney
the railroad.: His barns! !stables, etc., arc Clerk-Henry F. York, I RevenueWalter '
t For eleven dollars a week I.VmiXAI.: IlKVKXUn.Collector : : \V. Key We: McriffV.. Tttmblin, ?
well constructed'atcr. for the house, -)Dennis Kagan: Jacksonville. ;, V. Harris. Key
) : : .J .'rI"IJIIf Titjrc*-N. C', \\ :\ SUlJClIlc/lflcllfoj'SdtIJu7.
ji If I were baggage-master, kitchen barn and barnyard/ i is!:! .supplied .
Butler.Collector t .
,; : I'd rattle the trunks about ; c'olI.I'/'TOIUr\; \ CUSTOMS.John ; :
from the river by a force-pump at the! mill uf ItcrcHue, \\I.\tT COUNTY.
in the \r. Ill
I'd stand them up\ corner )"Vll, Fcrnandina. R
And I'd tear their bowels! out. The Governor is! also /an amateur farmer, Edward: Hopkins; Jacksonville. Santa Fe.HujHriiitcHflciit. County Judije-Ilinton J. Baker, Fcrnan

'I I would pull the handles! out by the roots, having grown in good season, on the sandy John .F. House, :St. .lugustine.; ; { nf frclioah- .
'" I would kick their corners in, ,l. M. (Currie, Cedar J Key.Nlnlo Sin rke. Clerk-J. A. Edwards: Fernandina.: !
I t And strew their stutllng all around the car, soil of his f.trllIOlle hundred and twenty HItEVAKI ('ol'TOmllf : Sheriff/ -Peter Cone, Fernandina.Assessor : .

And make thlI1lank and thin. bushels of corn to the acre, and ten barrelsof : !! II"lfJ-Jallll't \ A, of Tares-Win. 11. (Garland, Fer

.',' :j For I couldn't afford to wear kid gloves syrup, of forty-five gallons: to the barrel, OllUor.s.IXICUTIVI 1'01 II t. .

Nor 'put soft pads on my feet, to the acre lie fl'rtllhw'err! highly. This: : I: i>irAnTMixT.iorernor UlakHtewnrt, Tltll Collector- It"'ClI11C.arr'n F. Scutt,1 cr-
Nor to handle things gently, when all mypay ( -Win. D. Bloxham, .I"'I''f Tares-Wallace .
year his crop of corn and cane will be emit < 11111a. Superintendent nf. SdIlJIJlsllIhClnl'r,
hfrulenml-iueernur-IAvhmgston, Bethel g
I 1' Just kept me in bread and meat. short by the prevailing drouth. His practice FeyS'cst.. Cullcchrof'1i', /('/ fie-V. J[r. .

is to plant his corn from two to four feet Seen la ry f State-John L. Crawford, Tal sup, Orange County.tiHnriHtciulcnt nn.\:' lil: COUNTY.;
.: If I were a railroad conductor, lahassee. / nf k'vliooln- County Jitdyc-It. L. Suinmcrlin, Orlando.
As through the train I'd go, apart in drill, eighteen inches: in the drill, Comjroller-\V. 1 P. Barnes, Tallahassee.Trrasunr (! i t'll'l'X'-J. Hughey, Orlando.

t,I I'd have for every question they asked and( work it often with shallow: plow. His: -Henry A. L'EnglrTallahassee.IUoriicyGciicrul : ; iaange.(7..y COUNTY. 'wiT-Thomas' Shine, Fort Reid.Assessor .

This!: onlwerall ready : "Don'tknow.) mode of manufacturing hissyrup!' and l sugaris -(George I', Rancy, Talla County ,/Ildye-.I. T. of Tares-James M. Owens, Fort

I'd miss connections for lots of men, practiced, only by himself, or at least Idon't hassee.Commissioner. I'ark. Fla.CoIIl'f'for.
i I'd run lone passengers past; of .CllIl.I1l1gh/ A. Corlcy. (ll.'rk-O.: A. Buddington of JaCI/IIC-Xat/ 1'oyntz, Orlando.
I'd tell them t'was when 1 knew t'was know of any other person making it
i eight Tallahassee. Springs.' :Superintendent/ / / / of. Schools: -John T. Becks,
t! I ten, up as ho docs lie prepares a large wooden Superintendent nf I'tililic Instruction( :. K. Sheriff/ -James I '\'. Do\ Boid.!
; And IM swear their watches were fast.: vessel with galvanized !sheet-Iron bottom, Foster, Tallahassee.:\: :Springy: : I'UTXAM COUNTY.Jiidie .

; For When I couldn't knew afford to be civil in the load builds furnace and places this wooden Adjutaut-deneral.K. \'unge'fail hnlsceIIcmU Assessor" of Tares-Win. Jon of l'ru7J//fe-H.]\ Harrison, Palatka.Clerk .
every man OK IMMKiKVTIoN. Collector of 1C'1'1'1IP/-'V11I. -\V. 1.'. Forward, Palatka.
Would look at my watch and ring and say, box over it in the same' manner as an evaporator '
(')Commissioner A. Uobinsun, Tallahassee. Maxville. Sheriff Thomas: Shally.Assessor .
"Ito stole them things from the road. is put up, puts tho juice in it, and Sii)>erlntcitilent of Nclinols -S. !.!. Timmons. >

llurlington Ilawkeye.MIltDLK brings the juice to a boil. He then takes Clerk-11. C. Long, 'l'alldmassee.ttj'cirtl.lqcadsSaunucl Middlcburg. (Collector JCL'/IIIC-.JOMl'ph Price.

some good clay, which I has been beaten line Pal rhanks! Astor co t.u M IIJI.\ I'nr c x T Superintendent; of! Public 'CFt9018-.1. "'.
FLORIDA. Jacksonville I). S. 1'laceVuldu.. .
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and sifts a good quantity through a coarsestonemason's County Judijc-" M. I vcs (
I'Irlttl11lOt:: : : :ItT. TAYI.OU ru.NTY.Cnuhhludyc,11. .
Clerk John Vin/.ant Jr.
AD.UTA1IILITY FOR sieve in the hot fluid It is *
Chief Justice.-K. :M. llandall Jacksonville.Associate .ltr""ff-J.. W. Perry, Lake / Parker, Perry. .
AND THE saw-anl.LH OF then allowed to settle, after which it is .11l.tiCf-J. Wcstcott, jr., Tallahas Assessor. of 1'1.l'C.I'V.. Sheriff)-Thomas Osteen, Perry.

DREW & Itl'CKI.'' drawn olf just above the !sediment This !see. Collector of 'Jjt.m.T.. L. Clrl'.Iohn C. Calhoun. Perrv.

To the Editor of the Mirror clay In settling carries with it most of As.vie.iate. JII.-ficc-t, B. Valkcnburgh, Suiierinteiitlent of Schools-, i Superintendent, Schools-T. J. Franklin,

UPPER SUWANEE SritlNOS, August 20. the impurities, and the mucilagcnous: matter Jacksonville. Lake City. ; T/'f'wtlIJ'rr-D. S.
County Sutton, Perry.
Clerk-U. H. Foster, Tallahassee.! PUVAI. ('Ot': TY.JullllfJlldyWiIIlnl1l
Tho western and Northern part of Madison held in the juice that is of no advantage CIRCUIT JUDGES.First ( A. County/ SurrcwI'-D. N. Cox, Perry.Collector 1.

county i is a line agricultural country, the to either the syrup or sugar. The !'sugarand !sonville.Clerk of RevenueAssessor -
Cictril--.Augustus" E. Maxwell: I'en- I of Tares
I :ti. II. Peacock
soil changing from that known hammock syrup is much better, pure and free from the sacola. -Thomas:\ E. 1 ltH-k Perry.

j to first-class pine, as one travels cast, capable acid that is almost! impossible! to get out of Second Oi/'mit-Hwiel S.'S'alker'allalias-: Sheriff Uriah Bowdeti, ST. JOIIN'H; IT>UNTY.
f Assessor I Tr.rre-A. J. ( ,
) of of cotton both in St't' of .mulll.hufye-M..1. Cooper, St. Augus a
producing largo crops the juice, which causes the syrup to work
ville. t l1l'.
Ci//'Iltt-R.T. Vatin Madison.
long and short-corn, sugar-cane, rice, oats, warm weather and makes sugar stale. His I J''onrlh/ Ci/'cltit-.Jallll. M.: Maker: Jackson Collector of Itevrtiue/ \ ('lerk:-1'i.irtolo I'" Oliveros Augustine.. b.

: rye, potatoes!'!, turnips and all the garden sugar is bright and of the best quality. ville.Fifth. Jacksonville.Sujierintemlent. Sheriff-L'anon lcrnandc'i,11hliHtllle!' l

: products. And when I say that us fine, full, CIIAULES 1 MIMM.S.TIIK I : Circuit-James 15. Dawkins, Gainesville' of ft-hools/ Assessor l nf Tares-)David L. Dunham, St.
: sell I lI utille.
t i plump wheat, of tho smooth variety, and .
,', Sirth (,'irl."tl-Il. \L..Iitehrll'I'atupa. \ III.Tn:' ; : Collector /I'CIIIII'-.r'l'l'l'h: Llambias, k.
{ I yielding as much to the acre as wheat grown ixsiin: PASSAGE" ET(; .Seventh CircuitArciicr (Cocke, San ford C'uirrhudyrehenry J. .\Ugll til1l'. 1

b '; in Illinois is growing here, it will From General Q. A. Gillmnrc's report on Clerk-J. Caldwell! Jasper.' Superintendent; of .dJIl'. 1''. IVrpall,
I p' excite probably some doubt. I give the rivers and harbors of Florida, we make .Court Calendar.FIIIST 'ltaW'-Jamcs!( :M. Duncan) Augustine. '\. a

'1'I't not only my own testimony but that the following extracts : Assessor of Tuses-J. II. H II t .sfMTKU: COUNTY.
riitcriT.Full Ulleclw', of llcvenuc"'. [ : ( JltJll.r//lJ/- 1 len ry S.Cussidy, Lcosburg,
t f( of ])r. Howard: 1, of Champaign, 111., aaA 1KSIDK r-ASSXGK BETWEEN FERNAMHNA: : .AXI 1't.'JIIHmta Columbia Conllty.SIIp'iuft'lt'lIt Clerk(-Thinnas\ J. Ivey, Leesburg.\

gentleman; of much experience, who declared ST. JOHNS KIVEIt.: Rosa _,1 (Mondav October.I of! Schools-. Sheriff J. S. Dychos: Lc('!'l,1 IrH.

f ';! to mo that in all his observations in This work consists entirely of dredging Walton, .4th :Monday in October.. erls, Ancrum. .Issossurf'Tuxes-L 1'. Wall, Webster.
Holmes, Wednesday. : after ttli :Monday' Cullt'clltc'cllllaJohn W. '
the channel and the fiscal Dyches,
4 .,:r Illinois he IHtl1not seen any wheat to excel last yearit in (October.Washington. HCRXAXIMI 1'0l':'
j', confined to (llIlIlIi<40Il'1I cut wherea '! was :
{ ,t it. He gathered a handful of the grain to low water channel of live feet deep, had: :2d, Monday alter 1th Monday' dninlii' Juihjc"'. L. : 1 Superintendent of School*-A. C. Clarke, *

I carry back with him to Illinois. This wheatwas been cut the previous year: but where, on ill October. vilic.ClerkJ. .
Jackson 3 Monday' after 1th Monday in C. Law, ] r 1
grown by Captain John Inglis, who has an examination t made in October, J JJWO, less October., i Sheriff J. I B. Mickler, SUWANEi JUXTY. f

f r;; r actj'uired, also, wide reputation as a successful t than 2 feet was found. This shoaling com lseanmbii.1st'i1"nday: in December. ASSI'II.OU'/'lIr 7'1'rLtC8--Frnn County Judy! ;-M. M. Blackburn, Live ;y
Inencodatthe! ( northern end of GmmUon'scut h '
t' Z: 1 grower of oats. Ho has good soil, and extended it fur This act amended :section 2 of act of February \ ville. )'
f uniformly through JO, IS7V,.!au.\\ does not. (''''allg\! tho Collector "rt'c"rn'P.. : Clerk-Robert A lleid, Live Oak.
t'crtilizOll with cotton breeds kala.'I
seed Improved a length of'abollt 2,300 feet. When work Brooksville.:, : ,'hcriO'-.John( P. Session: Live Oak. tk
: )t;'I' of cattle arc being introduced Info' the stopped water depth, a single of 5 feet cut of had the been dredge carried to u distance low- Spring THiitn CIRCUIT.ftyiriuy : tiiinerintendent of Schools-I) Assessor. of Tares-"'. II. Sessions, Wei-)

). county Captain Inglis has n very Prettys of 2,057: feet along the cast !side of Gunnison's TermTavlor ,. Fort Dade. OJllC'cloof JCt'C'1II/8-Hohert F. Allison
) '::}! imported bull, and Mr. Beaty Thomas takes cut. Work has not been resumed ,' 1st Tuesday! after' 1st Monday: ( inApril. IIIf.I
r :t great pleasure in showing what :Madison: because t there was, no prospect of securing <. County Judge-II. L. Superintendent of Schools-J. O. C. Jones,
f county can grow, when he( invites those in. any permanent\ improvement I from a tho ex.I'enditm'u :Madison I'd, Monday in April. Ulerk-\'ui. C. Brown, \' Oak. 1
of small appropriations.( TIle importance Hamilton, 4th Monday in April. Shcr.J1-1). I Isaac Craft, VO.USIA COUNTY.C'iinly.TRrlgeJantes .
i4i'j. terested stock to look at his lino herd. : of the inside! passage between Savannah Suwauee, 1st Monday[ after 4th Monday Assessor of:Tuxes-S. K.: '"
a:J. As the soil changes from hammock tot and Jacksonville:: which actually in April. Cullt'cloIf /t'/'c/lllr-'Y.. ) / IE. Chandler/ Enter: )
I :,; pine laud tho product changes; in the growth continues far into the interior of Florida bylIH'uns Columbia, 3d Monday' after 4th Monday tfiijicrintcudcut of Schools" I Cltork-John! W. Die-kins, !t
\ Enterprise.Sheriff 4
of the St. Johns river in of the in April. .
l \\1 of cotton. This is tho most: western county case after .lib Tampa. W. A. Cone, Enterprise.Assessor : '
.L United States becoming' involved in war Lafayette, (lh! Tuesday Mondayin JEFFEltSON.Comity : : .
where it is profitable to tho long orI of Tuxes-JoitliA11derson, Enter f
j; ,!l grow with ft maritime power, is very great, ami April. J. B. .
}, sen island cotton. As ono proceeds east, its:4 improvement when undertaken should F.tlt: 1'CI'/It- Judy. ?- ,
t be on a \liberal scale. Amount available July Taylor, 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday illOctoLl'r. f {; along tho whole! breadth/ of tho county to Clerk-W'. C. Bird, (' J1I I.
1 1881 .
.+ t the Georgia line, the pine land is more distinct $1,437.51.ST.. :Madison( : Monday: in October. Sujicrinteiidcnt of Schools Superintendent of Schools-.\. Craushaw, lJ
) and the soil thinner and JOHNS RIVER. in October. Monticello.Ci"inty I :\ '. .
:A grows more,. Hamilton, 4th Monday: )
The work done )(.
during the last fiscal year after 4th Treasurer WAKULLA COUXTY.County .
> with bodies of hammock Suwannce, 1st Monday
sandy ( exceptional y
I I,, \ consisted! l in commencing time new projectof in October. tie.lIo.Oy"'fm'. Judye! -\\'. A, Giles\ Cralvf nulville.
i ), where tho valuable yellow-pino\ tree improving the channel over the bar at Columbia: I Monday alter 1th Monday in uf Herciin?-Joseph : Sheriff-W. II. Walker, Crawfordville. '

known to cbmmerco{ reigns supreme. the mouth of the river by means of two jet October, ticello.Ae. Clerk-Nat. 1 It. Walker, Crawfordville. +

t' ; Ellaville, in Madison: county, Is literally 1y,1 n a. It was decided to commence the south Ijifayette: j y first! and to lay its apron for a moderate in October. keen ah, .
i yellow-pino town ; tho houses are built of it, length before starting tho north jetty. The FOURTH CIRCUIT. \FAYETTK: County TreasurerW.. Walker, Craw-

.r:. 'n, the doors aro closed with It, their fences arc apron hthus far been' huilt'UpOIl two Cbutmhllrulye-W'. J. ) .
I frpril'J'CI'm- !
iU.": made .of it, the cooking I is'done with it and ranges. Tho shore range begins at the high St. John's 2d Tuesday March. Sheriff'-Thomas J. Walker, -'flllf'c.torof Rct'CIIIla-'V. II. 'YlllkerCraw-
water line, and extends about 871 feet in a '. .
Ii ;' the town is lighted with it. Hero arc the direction north 4< minutes Clay, 1th Tuesday in March Clark-Howell Hawkins" ,
> degrees 45 east: Assessor of Tares C. 11.
i extensive! saw-mills of ,Messrs. Drew itHucki. reaching a short distance beyond tho low I Bradford, Isc Tuesday in April. Superintendent of.'t'lwlIlJ. : \' Reynolds, Craw-

trY, have steam water mark. About 100 feet from the starting Baker, Tuesday in April. Troy. --- -
They an aggregate capacity '
Nassau, :3d Tuesday in April. County Tfl'II.'IlI'er-J. .:mI. N. : '
shore tho main line G.tat"
point on begins
k : of three hunllfl.horsepower and cut ,
# in Troy.Collector
.. forming an angle of 2S degrees 0 minutes Duval, tat: Tuesday May. vt
';: \ about 100,000 feet of mcrehantablo lumber with tho shore range, thus leaving about 70fl'l.t Full 7irm- ,. of UercHue- ( )

I: i:. JUl'ksonvllhI'l'nlacoh\ & Mobile( and us u "spur' 1 beyond t the shoulder angle.): This in October. 1
:l1)g second range bears north 71 degrees! 51 i I inin- Bradford, 1st Tuesday LEON l vUNTv.CbiuhiJmlye'm. IVlmyND BOARDING STABLES..CARRIAGES .
1oriJ.Cl'ntrnl. railroads to Jacksonville, utes east. By this disposition of tho main Baker, Tuesday{ in October. 1'. \ '

J +l and via tho Transit road, to Fcruaudina, linn the shallow waters of Pelican shoal arc Nassau, Tuesday in October. ", /..erW'1lSCh'r, 'l'III\\; AND WAGONS '
"JI>.'). where it is transferred to vessels and ship- avoided and left south of the jetty. At tho Duval, 1st Tuesday in November. Clerk-C. A. Bryan, To and\ from Steamers and Trains t

J f, y pod coastwise, to, Europe( tho West Indies! close of tho llscal year the outer end of the FIFTH CIRCUIT.: Sagwri uleakvd r('"Schools- l CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, lie:
apron rested in water about :20) feet dcop at Spring TermSumter. Tallahassee.
and South America They have, also, large low tide. The greatest depth mot with in :3d Monday in March.Marion 7'rl'fl.Jlllrcr-J. L. Demilly. : FOR SALE :

planing machine.attached to their mill to crossing the south channel was 2$.U at u distance 4th :Monday in March. Collector of Kntitue('. C. : : BUGGIES. HARNESS,

(tress the I lumber, and can turn out house of about f>50 t feet from the point of Putnam, 31'l'uesdayafter 4th Monday in hacye.dastssor. CAR;:) ASH WAGONS
junction with the shore range.It March. IIf Ttu.'cn. .\. Cro \ ,, Tmms CASH.-Cry ,
complete to bo The
ready put together. is )proposed during tho present fiscal 1 Levy, 4th Tuesday alter 4th Monday in "('('. iY omco and Stable-First .Street, near
firm! has also furniture manufactory in operation year to extend the south jetty seaward to March.Alachua. LEVY OirXTY.Cvitnty \ Street %\ barf. 99-tf

and furnish employment for over raise it higher where it crosses I deep wutl'ral1l1 4th :Monday after 4th Monday in Judite W. H. I'\ebrlll ; -- -
two hundred men The logs arc supplied to begin the north jl'tlthe work on March.Full: Clerk-J. 3I 1. Ban-o, Brons > Stove, and Thnnart.
both jetties to consist mainly in mattresses -
Parker UrulI
7h'm- Sheriff J. S. !> -
the Suwaneo and Withhicoochco -
frohi rivers
rlaid.with, riprapItOIlI'/! Time estimated Sumter, 1st Monday in Octolter. Aseor of lures-Louis .\ "'. i.. STKIETY:
and their numerous: tributaries, extend. cost of the improvement is lu5.4tf.:! ; Marion, :3d Monday in October. Collector nf Rrc'rICIlt-J. ,

ing .into the Qkcfonokec. Southeastern amount available July 1st, 1881 J, $IH2.703.1W:? ; ; Putnam. Tuesday in November. Key. Second Street, opi osite the Post-Olllce,

Georgia,Hamilton, Columbia, Marion and amount required for the next fiscal year Levy, 4th Tuesday In November. Sujrinteiulcnt of Sihooh-
$500,000. .tlachua,1st Monday after 4th Tuesday in hall, BroiiMtn.:
t t.Sutvanee. counties of this State aro contrib. .,
VOU'bl.V BAR. November. )t.\I.II4IX l'tJ&T\'
uting from tho wealth of their pino forests: This, bar i is located at the south end of SEVENTH CIRCUIT. CbutttyJady6-R.! M. \\' : (

ti; In the rainy Season largo quantity of logs Lake (George, about 102:? miles from the Spring Term- son.

are also obtained from the banks: of the Ala- mouth of the St. Johns river at a point Orange, 4th :Monday in January. .'Aer.f-S. M. Hanking.

g Messrs. Drew & Uuckl have about where the waters of the river discharge into Yolusia.: 3d Monday in February.Brevard. llerk-John M, Boggs" )fl1 :
the lake. The project for jwnnanently improving -. ht Monday in March. SU/wrilt/C'/IIw/lt of OcluuU- : '', ,t
ten or fifteen miles of railroad along the this bar consists! of two jetties, with Dade,3d Monday in April.full Madison. '. a y ,

banks of the 8uwanee, furnished with an view of establishing a channel depth of 0 I Term- County Trrasurtr-S!, S. halt
engine and Hit cars, to supply logs. The feet Heretofore the low river depth on the (Orange, 2d Monday In Augut.Volusia Collector of {:tt't'IIUIU.. .
bar has occasionally not exceeded 4 to 4i ", 2d Monday in September.Brevard. Isom{ ,. *
sights in the largo mills aro very interesting Ith Monday in September.Dade Duey
feet. The cost of the project is estimated Asesor nf jKJ>. WI\I .. ""
and novel, and it will repay u stranger to $15,000. During the last: fiscal year work 2d! :\11I1I1aIn X \\'mtx'r. i
visit them and follow a guide and see how was commenced! on the west jetty and I,!111)) 3.1. \ .t r1c j S ,

timber is gotten through with and lineal feet were laid extending from tho fount Oliirers..tLlt'IiU.1 County Judge-7. T. ".\ tL
shore to about 31} feet depth of water on the
for To trKSTV.buuly (Y placed on the train shipment. keep bar. For u length of they feet from the shore ....Ji iff.Wahlun, Pine
business of such vast proportions and so the width IIf the mats: is (ifect. widening toO f .A(/;/JuuUu C. Gardner,
minute in its details well in hand require a feet in length of 32 feet, while the outer >il\l'\ Collector i-f JC't' ll1t -) \ \ :"i HEATERS: ItANGEItS.
portion, gal! : feet long! was: made 12 feet wide. Ctfrk:-J. A. (Carlisle) Gainesville.SAojT ; aah.SujMrinteiulettt. TIN
man of rare business quality and tact and I John W.Tnruor, Gainesville..Ustjwr \ Poj AM S11E1'T1Itox1'API: :
During the I present fiscal year it is propose*tto { of .Sc/iWj- .
doubt whether a inoro capable man than extend the west Jetty across tho bar to I .. uf easel.thvr- ( a W. Hawthorne, I"ine evrl. "IXU AND GUTTERING: ,

Governor George I'.Drew, the business head the 0 feet curve, and to commence tho eastietty. I Hawthorne. MARION ttifXTY. 1'UMPS, IIll'EN'ELL
Amount available July 1. I Ml/ $5 IJolUrtoruf Jifetuvf- li.1''fhunijsluuiey, J ETC
: of the firm here can be found in Florida "l'arc&hi.June CtiuiJn JtwSaiiuiel F. ) \ HIf i
1 SOO; amount required for the 'lineal vine.Superi4eatfut. ila7wlt"ckofWt>vw nlan.l.) Give
The sum paid out at these mills amounts to :30, t8.if''ilIUO: which will iumt'Iete'the of . my palmed i with tl, t'.O me or r:
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llU.tIt'S ron on.ixtiu (7I1o1'IS. taut, and, in my opinion, it will not bo the! will bo in 25 to $50 PER DAY 0 '
: believe/ to hold its own as n domestic
name or'nril't that will determine qualitybut a position, ,
n.\nOXA, Fi.July 12,1831.: thpA'i'It i is well known here that a illuminant, owing to its great convenience F.ASILY 1JF: MADH by using the .
I show briefly m the case of and to the facility with
propose to ns variety that is possessed<< of every desirable usage CAN' 1MPIIOVEMEXT COMPANY,
will permit why I amno that fill nrllll e excellence when grown on rich I hammock which it can be subdivided and regulated.The .

grove cannot he permanently and profitably I is, when grown on pine land, comparatively 1M' which it I is likely to sustain In large 1 r

maintained: as poor land as" i is much I that ta,telcs, tough, and with n rind like flank appliances\ ns an illuminant would 1 be more -

t i fa! being planted to trees in certain parts oft sole leather When oranges become plenty than compensated: by ItsI (' as n heating -cracTOlt'ELI. : : 1 1. ).' ,

JicState," notably Orange and Voltwa coun and cheap as" they soon promise) : to be and; i agent, to which the attention of both the ('ruluulul >
ties. 'OIllllllll'J'I" between and the consumer has\ latterly been
when ( learn to distinguish producer Towns on II. It. Line,
"lli;'h rolling pine: landi" make n very good and poor, as they surely will, largely 11it'dl' Slciiiriia in Xatitrc. ,

pleasant wintering location for pl'opll'frnJlI the quality of fruit lat mentioned will be I .- .\ ITaatN)> ROK-, AntI Cedar Key. ;

the North, and arc healthy all the year. left lor 'pll* nI1lS to )harvest. If any man has "
'fIH.url' and cheaply cleaned! ) and l.t'Jnl .td ,'erlisenteals.l'u'll II\CIIIN"U":
easily ever eaten'first-cla s oranges from lean land I II .._ IIOIII\ ,
fenced.. They respond quickly' to any kind I should he glad: to know his name.Thml. -- - r

of fertilizer, but their fatal deficiency l ii is' incarbonaceous ,-Mulching which I in the / : or I'Oltl'OI.iTION.NOV a

matter, while (the "clean" material used i is generally near\ at haul: 1. and T Offers to Jsccslll Purchasers a large "
style ol cultivation in use generally\ t, in therefore less! expensive'besides being likelyto .1 K ALL MKN: Y TIIKSIJ/ : : 1'HKsKNTS ii\ any part of the country Wo mean it, number of Iost eligible and desirable '
e'J.V.. Vu lice 1. H.
short time, burn out what Jitllc'thhflll. : That we .
vegetable matter instead of sand. demonstrate the fact I.ots.lmltnhle for Business Purposes, or forCity
and to
originally. 'IeiunisViih; am Kawson: W. II. C't. Dur- are. prepared;
Aside from the attend.lug Suburban Residences
enormous or ,
In nll\ S tote but )Florida, and in regard to nil of these various I'xl'n'l'trying to Thomas Ky.ld, t'alvin H. ]Dibble. Henry They are operated by either Man, Horse or

any fruit tree but the orange, an argument pet out of a 1 had\ scrape honestly, the worst i K.: Dottcrcr, anti; O J. Stark, all of I the State ofFlorida ; Steam Power, and bore very rapid. They UPON EASY TERMS.

upon the rtscntlttl value of humus a*" an clement feature of the cave is they fail:; to place the under and in accordance; frith the range in size from T1I11KH: : INCH TO 4iFKKT
of plant growth, would be consideredserviceable. where provisions of an act of the State of Florida
vegetable substance it ought to be. Liberal Discounts Values allowed to
( entitled ".\11 act to Provide for the Creation : : IX J WAMKTHK: and will bore to
Tile orange: ) tree! being a surface feeder in parties engaged in or industrial
Florida soil and climate and orange trees, of (Corporations and to Prescribe\ their (k; 'n- manufacturing
deep !soil i is much more so in a shallow one.Hoots erect the
enterprises, on property
however, have been represented by those interested : go when- el'l'all find food, and you end Powers and Liabilities, approved/ August \ substantial
I in the I sale of !land, or in increased Mb, iM'iS.(\ and an act of time Legislatureof purchased improvements
poor cannot: fool them )into going! in any other .\ \" .U:4ttJIUI: DEPTH: for residence, or in which to
inuniirralioi heinir.JMiiKwn. I \11 l Kepeal:
: as direction. If you plow otl'one\ set Or surface said State mitt to / an business .
ceptions to all horticultural l accepted roofs, another will hut act ('lIlilll'111I1I net to Provide for the Creation .
(elsewhere law unto themselves. !Inexperience / if their food grow i is Ihl'l'l'ix::; inches upwards of 1"!urpol'titiollsanti/ I to Prescribe their INDUCEMENTS) : TO LL'UFACUU-

and cay credulity have led to an acceptance of soil in which find ( Powers und Liabilities, and to Kccrcale : They will bore successfully and satisfactorily ERS: ; by exemption for a
depth a largo! tree must!
taxation offered the several cities and
of these representation 1 by thousands and Amend, the :SectionRepealed; /: \ by by
all its food, H'I'IIIS'l'r !lltulohilt\ who In all kinds of Knrth: Soft Sand! and
who have )planted groves and only dis, said art" approved/ March I loll. 1 Ls'i!)I. do towns. Apply atpirOlllce
'o\'erl'lllIfter\\'lIrll that neither soil climate succeeds in \plowing muck or pea*" to that together Limestone, Hiluminous .Stone Coal, Slate, cor, heath it 7th sts., Fcrnandina.Gtf ,
( nor depth in a !five old. without cutting hereby:<-" : ourselves 1 as a corporate "
: contained the elements of growth that I IItl' nil grovo the feeding years roots foul a plow } t Itool1I11.ll'r, the nnm" and I style of ]Hard! Pan (;travel, Iu\a; Huildcrs' :Serpentine .. ;'C. ,
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their trees' demanded. '1'11han' found run even three inches deep T1IK: P.K.VC1I: llOI'Kli\ ) ; AND I 1:0.\1: 1 CO-( and! Conglomerate (tuck, and guaranteed -
among grown '
their land to he like the woman's; !'Iore PA NY. The of business of : I"LOlnD.\
/principal place 'I'II
tree without doing this ? If not, how are to make\ I the very best of Wells! in QifickSand.
miuee meat merely nucleus' foundation
-pic/ a mark substances said! Company: shall; be HI I I Iho City of Feriiandinu -
which all the "pie" ingredients pea-\ines or othercgetable; : the of Florida.! 1. They are light-running simple in
> upon to I.e'lIt deep! cnouirh to give tree a in : AND AND IMMIGRATION COMPA'YOFFERS
were to he superadded./ For a remedy chance for a living hIIIthe reach of our II That the business: III'a tI Company/ construction, easily\: operated, durable, and IJ .
some resorted to muck, some to tarn-)pray 1, shall be to l build and mana!!<> a /hotel and:
frequent drouth ? I confess it the best and most practical
puzzles\ me. acknowledged as : )
but most of all to Stock bridge, and I it i is
l n'ccssarvucoummnodatioimoil\ Amelia! Deach, .
and! the only from the dilemma!
remarked that tie thrift : escape/ : Machine extant. They arc endorsed! by Ol1ll'III'
nfthcariousgrovesis : and (to obtain the fight of maintaining; anilcollecting 600.000cr
seems to l be' in the\\\ ,1/I1'f1i plan heretofore alluded ('"
in ratio to the number of empty/ barrels.scattered to, to-wit : :Sell\ out and, plant a IIl'WJ.'rn'o I toll on road connoting\ !i the beach the highest! State Official, *. We contractfor \

through them I It would have. on gw ud/ 1 land, of which there is anabundance with the City of Fcrimndina.III. prospecting for t' tor tho most
I Saved'mulchpres'ntnul) /prospective/ wailing : for all the that will That) the capital !stock of time( Company i:'
gloves ever '
p and gnashing of teeth if immigrants I he profitable. They. are tint nil within hearing shall: be ten thousand d"lIal's. divided! ACCESSIBLE: AND DESIRAHLE.
f from other states could have been made<< to into shares of hundred dollars each '
of the !olcII"Ioat'hi: tle on I he' St.I one COAL (;WI.)) SILVKH COAL OIL, : .
+ understand ,
: tit first that in FlorlI.I.I1'! elsewhere ,
I t Johns river, hut transportation will find! the with privilege; of stockholder: to subscribein .;"f'L\NII IX THIS

you can have only nothing from fruit when it grllw.J. /). Mitchrll, in ..fucktonvitlc (Aune) -cightbti) one-foutth and! ((1)>I) one- !d,
nothing that trees require the AMI ALL KINDS: OF )hNKU\1. .
i ; orange same t'ni'on. half shares-ten per Putout of all !subscriptions : STATE OF l"I.OJDA.
elements and are subject to the same laws of stock to 'multi when such ubsl'ril- tf* .
) i'
;, a growth as other fruit trees in other clinics. lions! are made: null the remainder as may At, only $1. acre to net' settlers., with!

The technical or scientific name of the WJOII ASIIKS /.v llUUl'II, I be ordered by the Hoard lor Directors of saidCompany. Also for sinking ArlooII111dl'i: and 'conl the privhlego'of'seloctlon in parcels of 40

t Its ubstaiicc of which I speak/ is" tieinc." In In the spring of t ITN I I, savs one of our Alabama / Shafts, eta Wo also furnish: Kngincs, Uo'il-\ acres or more.' ,These lands arc located on
agricultural sense it I is: a I generic; term, I correspondents: / I planted! a few acres 1\', That /the corporation Ill'r..IJCl'l'lIt'11!
; ) and in all its forms I is: agriculturally one and to cornj j soil a light loam, with sandy subsoil shall date its corporate existencefrom! the ers, WindMills, Hydraulic\ Hams, Horse-: and adjacent to the line of the;

-I; the same: thing. They" are"all included in liiilcached ashes were applied at the day of filing of these articles of incorporation : Powers Brick Machines, Mining Tool, Portable -

i i the terms" humus!!, mold and "geine." 1 rate of not less: than sixty bushels. per acre, as required by the acts as aforesaid! Forges, Rock )Drills, and Machinery; ATLANTIC, GULF AND WEST INDIA

r usually rise "humus" as being most common. and the crop was a'l'ry good one. Jilt the and :shall: continue for the t-rm of ninetynine TRANSIT
all kinds.
Professor Dana) of Massachusetts: says the spring of 1ST!)) I put the !same surface to l potatoes years.V.'y'htt CO.S n"n. ,4
? ,). great practical! lesson: of all agricultural >- (Jood active wanted in
experience with no manure at the time ofllallt- } : the business: of t the( 1'011I1111I'halt\' ;Ji1' Agents every

t k {' the teaches that genie is essential to I ing. Just: as they began to citmc' up a coat be conducted by n Hoard of live ((5): ) Directos country in the world. extending from FERNANDINA on the Atlantic

growth and /perfection of seed ; that without of ashes was" spread on the top of the to be elected! bv the stockholders! on the Address: to CEDAR KEY, on tho Gulf coat,
it crops/ are not raised. It is as essential ground, about (fifty bushels The first of ;March !in each and '
I'' per acre. Monday everyyear thus affording to the producer cheap constant

to plants:: as fund is to animals. So far as !supply rail short leaing tmrce-fwmrths of un I excepting/ that the first election shallbe WESTERS: : 1.lIInnSUI'rLV( \ DEPOT: ,
nourishment and
i is derived from the soil it is the rapid transportation to the best
acre to bo manured from n large heap) of nice held! at such t time as the undersigned' i cur ,

i' :food of to plants agriculture.Icino" in some form is essential line all\ntrt. The land !seems prelisel'alike porators, or a majority of,them, !'halll\'ter-\ fill Walnut Street, markets. *

One of the elements of plant growth in in respects: ; all was planted at the mine) upon. Said )Hoard of Directors) shall :SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI: U. S. A. Tho belt of country traversed by the Transit .
same t time, with tho"lIlIe'arlel: of elect a President! and and such
) potatoes, Secretary
,1 which Florida: often deficient when it is State in what Paper you saw this II. R: embraces
cultivated in the fame.manner: and i us well other! subordinate officers as: I the business, of .
most needed by the -- .
orange crop water, as I know how to cultivate.I The the '
seasonwas Company may r"lulrl'1. ,
It and one of the characteristics) : of humus: I is Money Saved IN" Money Made 11
its not exceedingly dry, and the potato crop almost VI. That the liighest( amount of (indebt-
power only absorbing and retain
n failure in : YOUR ENGINES FROM
Jag water but of : consequence.Repeated \ ness or liability which said corporation IURCHASE *

'k "'. :same: 111:1he said manufacturing ol ammonia carbonic it. The experiments have proved to me can at any time.subject itself shall bo twenty- \ $100 on a 10 Horse ; $200 to bo found in tho State, a largo proportion
acid "all that where land is manured with lino compost five hundred ($:"/IIHI( ) dollars. on a 20 Horse, and $300 on 1m: HorsePower culture
etc, active principles in being peculiarly to the ofS.MITROt'IC.L
and or vegetablegrowth the (' '!! drouth much better VII. That the said C'IIiIall.llnll/ bovested Engine Send for our \prices before pureiiasi.Hg adapted

at a high, price nil when which soil have is too to be bought than where there I is none, or where a very : with all rights and l I privilege.t( which" '1 ) : ( Engines: dins, Presses. Saw and : f'nuln 1 Early Vegetables,

3 dry to 1 generate t6 c mar. Without poor sutllcient or too coarse manure is used. 1Vhett'tltu dry ,the arts heretofore referred to can convey. "Trist 3\IlIs 1 Threshers, or any kind of Machinery. an(1 Time' Large, Gnnjiact Jiotliei of Timber

moisture no fertilizer gives weather came, I fully expected( to see the YU I. In witness whereof, wi\ the partICH" %. Wo Manufacturers' Agents make i tlicsb lands worthy of CAREFUt'EXAtllffATIOy .
satisfactory ,
and results potatoes where the ashes were puller from aforesaid, have hereunto set our hands and maid gna ntlO! I Sntlsfietinn III quality IIniIlrke
next to humus
t (' of high pflmi'llelltIIelidl'II lands" the dry weather first. To my surprise: the seals, the ISth day of Ma\ .\. n. IHrtl. WAI.I"lt: rC LOU)). by manufacturers of LUMDEK
) rolling pine is
moisture. Without humus they have no reverse of that was the case. Thtdry (!. WICK'LIFFK: YITLKK:: :, No 13,) :Ittlng street, 1Vest side, near ANn NAVAL STO!)

or manufacturing retaining '- weather continued until the soil was like .1.I 11. Midl.N'NIH.U' ( Chllrh..toll Hotel., Charleston., S., O.!
power. A'l'r.\ baked ashes.: The IfAU'sillV'w A 1> ,
bad of potatoes where t the manure R l'rilll, 1881tun.OR

A pair I tiniejy collateral fllrni. your had been put dropped/ and almost died, ;: 'n. c. IJtJ1Yll. ;; :: .:, -- -- NEW: 8ETTLKUH'. H_'_

WciLly Union of the 7th, just receiver while the first, only three feet away, but '1'. KYDD.If. ) ,

your contributor three X's. Speaking by of where ashes! had been spread/ I, showed uIIIO..t 0.1)IIfL1)I /: :. Purchasing: land from .this company ore furnished

1 the Dowen grove ho says : "The trees were marked the difference, and it so continued: 'K.: ,DOTTKUKK.)( : : : with ,entire free pi swage on the Transit -
!< ,
lSen on
forced too fast by the frequent use: of commercial When the 21!) n..1'I'iJI'I'IU : \. Railroad for family and effects
US personal
fertilizers, which exhausted crop was dug the" land where ;,' ORD Rrtrlc7M rREC

of the !soil! ," and adds l "I am the a user humus the ashes were yielded about/ 1M) bushels of : NUN Toil IMS I.EVHIIYHODY C p to tho station nearest the l land purchased,.

and an advocate of commercial fertilizers, nice! potutocs' per acre, while the portion ,- p eo o d TITLE COMPLETE; being "by
where the fine oQ dcrnd

r.. hate but "iidt Thus on soils is the destitute\in"of 1IlIIIIS.'O tic- than half-- ns.. 'inntiv___manure u.. lmliM.. ...-.was.*..1',yielded.nn.i..... .n. .In..not..Ii"....>more|1"-..,.. : reads tits ffn. In thccdi- 42..E grant from the UJlt.t States imrhasl
pith :
an epigrammatic
form of the subject I have been portion of them were too small for market. newspaper( throughout the DAVID ANDBt'lII SONS, Philadelphia. Pi from the State,of I.lorita":* ,. .

u pOll.r so long -Ktw York atton.ltS year to como wr> body will (find : -". .. .. --- ._,- '

r The Uowcns recovered their lost ground I. All\ the world's lienyo presented; / that I.t'I'1| :N'FN obtained for new inventions-- CORRESPONDENCE I : ,SOLICITED

: by the prompt Use of "cords upon curd>! ( on IILUGTKWIT :? the render will ret the /i.-ntwl smmunt' ( tf -'or for Improvement in old

of muck, which was immediately us the When within the inkirinutioii/' with the I COM( iiiipmfltablecvienditurc IIl1l' Cn'cuIH. Infringements: Trade-Marks Jcl'rlptt\'e'- and cmCr.-R mailed on
i { renewed vigor of the trees showed. the gas-burner took memory the of living men, | of time and e', "sight.; Tho ,Snit and all patent business promptly attended application : '

I have a feeling that I am all this time honored oil-lulp. I the improvement Place of the time- longiigo discovered tIe g'.1 Men mean, I between to. 1 INVENTIONS THAT JIAVK: JIUQN ,CHAS. W. LEWIS,
trying to t. hot h ., rcJ luamdintl'niuessuntl\ un;l.faClnry. IIHJKCTKD: : : .
still in
w provewhateveryoneotrgtdtoknow, I as regards: the brilliancy of the /light brevity may most cases'bo' jmtented Land Commissioner.
and what perhaps every one /.'* know, but convenience of the user was I II. Much of that lort.I.t"lIeWff. which de by us. Doing oiiiMisito the U, H. rat- Ofllce .
so that Beach
shall not feel sure of it until I no longer see the ultimate condition of great pends: less upon its: recognized, importance cut Ofllce\ and engng(-l in PATENT: JUISI cor. &nt Seventh Sts ,d
perfection Ii
c, :t r or hear of groves being planted in straight peared to have been reached. Nothing! ap than upon its interest to mankind. From NESS EXCLUSIVELY: we can secure pat- I .
sand and cultivated often enough to ap- morning to morning the Sun cuts lilies!! time-than those
evaporate parelltl remained for the engineer to effect :: prints u con- who are remote r
all moisture, burn out the little humus hilt improvements in the detailyof the tinned story of the lives of men und women from Washington; J. II PltESC01'1'

," that may, by the aid of the huckleberry I and apparatus that this great boon( of works mod ulIII fit their dCl.I.f.: flans, loves hah'' trouhies. When Inventors send model or sketch

1 t bushes: have been deposited in the soil, and ern times might )bj utilised: to the largest ex This story is more varied and more wo make search in t'-o' l'utent.01)1cc)\ and

kiln-dry the trees. tent. It is only in recent years that / interesting! than any rym.mce that way over udviso as! to its )patentability/ of charge
i much
Those: owning thin description of grove, attention has been bestowed upon the utili! IlcYlsl'd ,Correspondence' confidential I ; fees! reason Style, Fit, I
who know what is deficient arc remedying zlitloJlof 11 r. mod able ; and NO CHAIIOE! UNLESS
by-pro lueU, with a view of cheap writing:: III'I'r)' column, and PATJ'XT
it in one of three ways-to-wit ; the freshness! { : IS OHTAINK1): .
cuing cost of prductiouofthegas. : originality, and deco r Comfort
: First.-Hauling muck or marsh mud. that the consumer has /become alive to the rum in tho treatment of every mbject. We refer by permission: : to he( City Postmaster .

:,, r t Secmifl.-Turning under cow-peas. importance of having u gas of high illumi IV. Honest and to the Superintendent of the AND .
comment. The.SW
Third.-Mulching heavily noting louver i and free from to habit h I'ust-Ollice :Money Order Division in Wash-!
nauseous consti speak out fearlessly UJulltUNI| ,,
There is a fourth way to accomplish timeabject tuent, Mich and things tngton. 1'urspecial Durability.IIuvJug
as bisulphide reercncvsclrcularser.
of carbon, thus 1. Lquul: : candor' in : .
: and save mont of the heavy annual providing a gentle stimulant for ) dealing with each \>nIitical vice, tennis, etc.. addressO. !'

; J.tbur'dat expense, of which I will peak in on the part of the gas-works' steady prlj4J.'r"I.04 11I1'1111V party hat ,is and ''( ual rf'll.lIl1l'tt to ccm- .\, SXOW it CO., .

j due time. Those! who do not know why their This condition of steadiness and comfort manager has what is blanmble praiseworthy in or to rebuke 2-tf, Opp.Palent Olllcc, Washington, l.C.NIM'N .
fc, trees d.) not well Democrat: or H'l'ultli'all
bear when
grow or they been "olll'whl\t -
ruddy shaken by the introduction ( -----
fare of age to bear, are still within the last year or two of the/ VI. Absolute IMItl.OK Itls'1'.t(7U.t'I':
their! first "Stockbridge" independence of
I readers & partisan ,
applying{ ; electric light which (
; owing to its greater organizations: but
t for bone-dust, and trying to intake-time rootsof brilliancy alii 1 cheapness! threatens/ unwavering loyalty' to Uctween
to do trite Centre
for JclIJocratic and \
their trees (lrlndl'II'. 'rho ,Sun; IelIt'v. llIelllla.1"JmNANJlIXAt ,
| go down, where there i is noth- gay what JalI1i11: for oil half u century before. .' that tore -
ling for them to get if they do down, I by The of the vernment which the convlitutiuii -
go lighting
iplowing them oil city of I..II1lulIlIlHl of give* us Is n g.KNl ono to keep. Hi f ., FLOItlUA_ __ .__
when they -
come near the I\UlU'llu//lc/ / halls and wort!::* hirnt..i....... 'n_ notion n largely of ihuy u to r'ol..t tu.. nmrtt" .. ,,;,... Increased
.surface where there I is. : : ...... .w' my
Taking the three disputable ( .mw afoul
that the "I
proof electric (U
remedies in the order given above light Is not 1 (' eltntsof urea. 'ill tilt .epucan HA recently and fitted tip Nhu'l ol Fool-weur ia
fruit both
an imaginary, but a real and formidable Bet my DININO JKJOMS
murk party up another form of I ..t
inn' (prepared
happens government
unfortunately that gtxwl competitor' to Wi' as an illumiiunt, and it U in 'Place' ..fUmt which rxh! ts to lurnMi, meals, at all hours Iledlll graded I
pals ,
of muck are scarce and far apart in indeed 1 time for {he ycar.1ttMI" the best gotten up in ana
gas cneiueersanti anti. the style and .IU.-
high smulWgerm!; years '"'"'t-liately at bled to
rolling pine lands, Those who have to look seriously to their iioutloiiifli regard prubllJI .1".111. the following will place before my enwtomerw .

s At them tin jt-ik bed more than for the muck dry and piled to thU new rival ; to.decide( whether to ('4)III1'1. TIlt' .''*'", I',.licv.smipreun'tr! ,,, thu; id.IIlIj14lrhUIC Victory sit" 1NT1ti:111:1.I.V; : l'IUCI'."'tt 1 very large assortment
a ; t.r
grove pn ( meet it foe mid '
as a Mill
contest iU )priori** inch l Li with the ,
with it nothing lK.-oplu aguinstthv
would be worth to of by inch, to rin.:."'* I pools and -
bay or accept at once the tilt guarantee to made
nl'cfJndl suit S"o.
'Jon;; hauling, while/ much of.what 1 1.4 callediiuck tion"of things lII"III.Jt..h' ""? rings fro! 1ltllltll"r. 11/111 fastidious\ the taste of the moat ; by the
the tile
conceding rill -
: ground that fur epicure. A almost r
-Ji timply black ;" IIIII"'rlall"'" ,'r. trial I Is all I ask. competent and !
soil.Jllostl'an'l. Nome Mkllledworliinen
"' cannot be y
I reasonably maintained Our .
and to term '
are ffow| SIM
can afford to I as ( HKI':.
haul thequantity of muck louk about In search of stub coni >eii< uting For thc1.1 .. .Tf Goods
poor soil would need it { :/ X 111II I'Mir-iKige I sheet of -- -- ...... were
to bring to fields bo -
an us: discovered
equality with a natural: rich coil, the distance tion or extension may of( their labors.for a continua For my 1-ost-iMii.l Iwenty-elght l u ."elmini)'j, ,.,>1. the Price by mail/, ron NAM-:, ItiireliaNetl- for V.\HI" and Sft :'
that cents U month art
some would u ei.f'''
have it to haul were own (part I present inylf before both year; or, | a EXCHANGE: only exrhanged limo'
It tor. you hll'hJI\iIl|| the Sunday OR :: for improved Ibr
nothing in
; the bed.and be paper an city Namecouunodly.
a rival and l'ro.- .
JDe genus as u as a friend ; um a rh'ullJ'I1IJ.e1811I eight. urge JlIe't "f rtft '.six 'rty, | .
vegetable muck > : c.lunms thl 'k"
beside This
one of She{ promoters of electric illiimi. price' II.i be.: deemed
ecoud cents n month, or W.7U I .II
<-Turning in green crops. JIow\ .nation and u* a friend batause I haadvo. jHpaid( year, Nfl ACRES 'noo! RICH a pleasure after

[man can "deliberately and "with maliceafoje- catty) and extended theuse of gas! for heat Tht. I Sunday nlllloii of the &tlt HUMMOCK weeing, examining
lit also l fury, LAND
, ex-et ,,. I lug l'urlllot during tb e last twenty: years, III"h.,1' | separately fur f I.'J. u yearn 1''t-paid on this Island fifteen and. learning at what
and am by no mean! dirlwsetl! ] l to relimjuUhmy Iliepruw of the : acre under cultiva
IlVrXSun extremely
that tion. low
miiit ,
eight For
annually be mpj.Iiedilh LaH"l' information price
everything advocacy of gas both 01 fift.h apply to these
an :
that ( ".ns J is Bl, ,, .
the Sslr
for their annual tries: and crop| of fruit need and as a heating agent. Speaking:: a* a gait fur inky ofram/ rending ,1'10, we, 11(1141-1'0111.wilt semi 37 F" CL 8U111ttlt.y ; Coodn' are Olr.rtdI"H'ock/ .

itself, his children support and hu,grandchildren him- engineer. I should be rather dipo ed l to regard 1111 extra copy fnlI (', _. Mansion Hou,. "
the the electric light; as a welcome incentive .SdIrtr; s : -
I.1V.lNU1.1NIt ,
I'untold burden of annual application of fresh ; III11'.tllli; '
to en-rtion
anticipate[ l'II.II.I.I'r 1,000
';ir'rtili'rs, and annual turning in of 8.IiI..n-lucnh 1'/e I'll", ) JH worthy
greeni'crops lug by ,the use of gay which : t -
'; knowing as he may, if he chooses to would probably have been long |IN..tponetlund'r ---- --- -' --- .-,SI'W'ri" ..;, 1 'it) My J. J. the IUN.lon of thoxe dewirlujc
|kllutlt..t tCJ. JK.
with all -
even .
this -- UlK180X. kue ,
t>clfinicd the continutxl mur,
| ime deret( fine
r ,: of a iimnoiMjly. I'oicDIlSIItAJlLK N.1.E.: by mob Good,,
1, annual f burden a good 1 of
of '
crop fruit Already we ylwene. 'both in Sumter IAlhui.
( i U at least doubtful l. while it i is beyond doubt our thorough \ : JlOl'fo: t-WNTAIMVO tuuftYr''lurida, on the Iy'Oraers ,
I faresun-1 11I..ur the
=r .' that what fruit he dor* get will be a pint tnt gburner* pro.during .1 \.. VT'VI*' \fith 1 'I.t.,. fmllt l'fauII 15th : I will pay!a reward left to my selection
never a brighter and of ONE
more owerful light 'r11Ut 8.1Ni will
more than wond cUs la1Jc; J"'I&4 DOLLARS: receive
'. fo one of those than was tu I"' >* 'n prt-\iouslyt and al Trees. ; e. a,4 Jjanana arrest of the murderer for the curelbl'nud prompt v
thing that "II.. felUh: cati find omit" This though ga* will have! to yield to the ehvfric I'ur IViitrall/ l'I'UtI.1. OItttJ title,etc. them. witlj !proof to con .t.'Utoll" .
further vie '
) matter of 'ya///y is soon going<< to be impor light the illumination of our 1it1.t.IIUIJ.'lC.1I, otllt' lrlrticutar+ in+itlre at this 3x\'i -
e. J.
He August 13. J. DICK ISON.* m J H. PRESCOTTf4 Ja'

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If' Theetch Hotel. Display of Storm Signal. : 1'nbltc School Xottcc. '
1 1I'
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accommodation at The following received school of Nassau county will
The applications! for was by Mr. C. W. The public :*

{ :t'YLA11i-.001'011 i six MOXTJMJtrjlccttotis. the Strathmore Hotel have been so numerous Maxwell, signal! observer at this! station, yesterday I' Aug. 22: -S. 1' ,City Savannah.of Dridgeton, Fitgcraid I be opened on the first! Monday:! In September. hi these

-.---_., --.-. -.----- _._- --- .... --..--. long before its opening and) since, thatit : I I :21 I-S. I P.: City of Dridgeton, Fit/gorald, I schools. All are teachers requested! desiring, to send portions In their applications

is evident the hotel will have to be 10,0; a. m.-Up signals.l Storm centre at Savannah.: I to the county superintendent as earlyas

enlarged to more than double! its! present capacity sea. The exact location cannot: bo f fixed. i "Solir. Queen of the Se.i, Langolier, I possible, and! to meet the examining\ hoard

1.'rN'v.. Hoyt returned from the North sets in. livery: Saint Kitts, W. I. in school room No. 1, Fernandina, at nine
)before another season SMITH..trrlvuln I
:25-Dr. III' antille Rcsultado, George, the 27th of Atirg11't
... o'clock) a. in., on Tuesday,
on Monday last. been filled since it -- Dathurst .
Ii.'r. room in the hotel has : Africa. (Callahan t the I following Satur-
.., Clarence W. Maxwell( has been appointed opened, applications' have already !been at the Stra thin ore. "-S. S. City of Dalla", ]Risk, Now I Ila\'., or at : w- MAHO.NKY,
observer of the signal station here. expected to be vacant two or J. D/.ialynski, wife and son, Judge J. 'r. York. I Superintendent of Schools.FInN.tNntx.t .
f filed for rooms ,
Daker wife 2i-S. 1' Point Creaser Charles!
daughter and City ,
sons, J. jr. 3 1881.-It.
adycrtisementofthe ,
Attention I Is called to the :
. three weeks hence. The guests, without ex- MGinnis( and wife, Mrs. J.C. Marcv, If. H. Ion

St. Marys High School. C2ptionarcdeli with our beautiful/ t i beach Marry(( and wife, l 12. \r. L'12ngle< wife, child I "-S. 1' Florida, IMna! .Savannah.: X-,, 'A Iiprll*-oiiioiilH.-. -. "

t Tho City / DMn.. arrived on AV'cdnesdaj' and express in warmest terms their, praise of and\ ] nurse, .Jack-olH'ith' ; Henrv L'12iiKle.: is rune ;,
morning about 0 o'clock, with n full cargoMrs. Mr. and Mrs.Folsom. ( I wife, three children\ and! nurse, .Judge .! H. -------
the management of the hotel\ by W>,troll!, I H.) S. Walkir, Tallaha-sco ; Clif' : S. S. City of )Dallas, RMs, 001 tons ST. JIAKVS III( II SCHOOL.

tJ; Maxwell, widow of the late Join Among the prominent guests who frd'iarny, Jacksonville ; 1 1O.: Anslev, G I. Hark: Sabine\ Oborne,1413: : tons.!! :ST.; MARY'S GEORGIA.
1I J :Stephens; Maxwell, died at Halem: Va., 01 have stopped at the Stralhmore are : Hon. I L. flail: zellV.. 0. Jeffreys. 1-'. W. /Simmons. I !Hark 1-Mclla: \ -, SUi tons. :

the 17th Inst. J. D. Westcott, Jr., Associate Justice :Supreme : p. \\.O. Koerner, Fernandina ; .1. C. Marcy, i Brig )Eva: : N" Johnson, Doano 218 ton": i 1iiiS: KXKUriSKS: ) : OF THIS SCHOOL
wine Jacksonville ; John Hedges and wife. Fornan.lina Drjtih brig Resultado, (3enrge,17; $ tolls I the first Monday in
northeast resumed
of the L will be
On account strong :
Court, Tallahassee; ; II.: \r. L'Kngle l: ; H. Weller, S. ))0'. Hall, (George; Brig Jtabhoni: Coombs, 205 tons.! Thorough preparation, of

blowing ThursJay, and yesterday, the IMla t 1-:11': '., of Jacksonville, President of( the Florida 1 IL: Carrntli.1'. O. Allen, S. C. Floyd, H. W. I ti ,. A. .t K. Hooper, 322: : tons 'I''I'I'h. Scptenb2r,18SI.BUYS( and! GIRLS for the best Colleges In

did not go to sea.: Central Railroad ; State Treasurer Henry] Clark \\'. n. Livingston, Jacksonville; ; C. :Sch.: llattio (L I Dixon, Sawyer, 328 ton. Georgia guaranteed.
It is rumored that the building of quite a W. Maxwell, G. W. I>avi C. J. von I Sch. S. ((1. )Evans: Sylvanus 281 tons. I :
of Tallahassee Circular
child and For ,
A. L'Kngle: wife nurse,
tine, Fernandina: M.: Hilbert, W. C. tan.1 Sch. Normandy, Adams 31.1: tons I IAda. addrcsW.. WRIGHT(
number of cottages! at the beach helow the ; Hon. D.) Walker, Jr., ex-Mayorof( man P. )fc({lIa ti. wife, three children !;?!wood lioran, Wairington, 235: tons.! Principal.,

hotel is contemplated for next !sea!'on. Tallahassee ; Hon. Louis! I. Fleming, wife two our=ns!!, !h. I. Fleming, wife and son, C. I Seh. Queen( of the Sea, Lamgcifhr,101)! ton: 10 .. ----- .. -.-------- -
J. Mitt( 'hell, George; W. (Gill, Jacksonville :Sell. Kate Wont worth, Cox, 078 tons I -- -
Uurbank will her and wife P. Me- Justice Court.
Miss Katie 1:. reopen and son, J. Mcfiinnis : ; I In
Theo. Starbuck, J. W. Synett, Fernandina.Range SC I'hr.IIIIic 12.: Chase, Brown, 25U( tons ;
school on the first of September in the same Quaid wife, three children and IHIr"rs. I :Sehr.: Agnes I. Grace, Fountain, 370 tons. STATF.: : OF) FLORIDA COUNTY, OF NASSAU:

building occupied during the last term. sistant-Postmaster! Oco. R. Camith, of Jack of Thermometer :Sclir. Roger )Drury, Baker, 3'0! tons. To ('. A. Williamson and Wife-You are <<.1U1

Messrs. J. it T. Kydd arc now receiving sonville, and others. KOU TUP \nF.KIHSO:: .'IUIIAt.eU"T 211.< I -. .. -- --- 1 hereby notified. (that a writ of attachmenthas
their fall stock selected -- -- --- -- --- -- MhMOKVMM.Passengers : been i issued against! you and your property
large invoices of ; IIOHi<.:v's iwuo HTOIU::. :
John, Vurchgott tCllenedlct.. .. I attached, to satisfy the den'iand of James
------ --- -- from Fernandina for New York
personally: by Mr. Thomas Kydd in New ... : ; : .
K.: )( and Wife, amounting to $35.88.Now
firm rfl Furch- ;
A made in the t .
change was Jno.
.,' York. I. = per steamship ('ilr/'Ia! August :25! : unless shall before J. A.Kllermann .
'.;j.. gott, Bcnedlct&hJack'onville! week, y. rl 1VimlI. Delaney, Mr. Butler, (Geo. Arnold, .1.1 O:. T.Howen 1 you Justice of appear the Peace in and for
> flco. Lew is of tho banking house of B. C. M A. H. ('ri Christiana )I) a
wealth\ from ]Kansas : = Fla.
"K'' \ Kohn, a gentleman -- I said County: at his otlice sit Fernandina, '
Lewis it Sons of Tallahassee, and wife, ar having bought the interest of one of thepartn'r -----I 82: 8H H! 8i 8\\'. I Sophia A. Droger, ().Drnrk.W. Prince John liars! S. I on the :27tli day of .111gust,188] at 10 o'clock

rived In the city on Thursday, and have taken The firm will hereafter he known 81 00! Ht SJ! S\1. I Cargo Luckey!steamship, Capt.' Uil'f of, Dallas/ from Fernandina I j a.m., judgment; will be rNI\crei! against! you.
rooms! at the Strnlh more. Monday( ............... Ri 02 !93):J 00 SW.'Tuesday I : for New York, 25 ins .1. I.:. ( MI21)DAUJ1I: \ ; ) WIFE
August :
as Kohn, Furchgolt it Dencdiet. The house ............... bt(j 92! 92! : 8H! H\\. reds har.1 Plaintiff.:
rosin 50 barrels 100cce(
I Mr. R. C. Long, Secretary of tho Bureau has! four large establishments! one at New ".erru.ldl1v.] ........... 81 87 813 81 NI':. I 02: logs cedar, 43.1: I(9< feet spirits of,Inntber,10(1:; (!( << Fernandina Fla.. June 2.\ 1881.
empty _______._ __ __
and R. Don McLeod editorof :............ 79! _
of Thursday. $ I &i n.
Immigration, York, one at Charleston, one Atlanta and 8:! XKFridar. beer kegs, 1i bundles hides and !skins, ]10( i

the Land of Flitwert, of Tallahassee, made one at Jacksonville, the latter being regarded ---.....-.....-.-.-.....-.. -lin --8i- --85-- -83:.J I NEJLt1tINE. -' packages; sundries. :In OF) Justice'FLORIDA, Court.STATF : .

the Mirror, a pleasant call on Thursday.The as the leading) dry-goods house in Flori I COUNTY OF NASSAU.To .

bark It in.11. Gain, of Ducksport, Me., da. Mr. Chas. Henedict, the resident member For Bent I Gcort/t \111"1111-\ You are hereby notified 1.

Pensacola been of Two or !three rooms in a desirable location. : that a writ of attachment has been issued!
from Aspinwall to has totally there is gentleman high integrityand !
against: you and your )property attached, to
Address .
H. this oillce.Wanted.
I'orl !
of FcrnatHltna. ,
lost at sea. All hands were saved, and unusual business qualifications) !' and has satisfy the demand of "'. D. Thompson, surviving .
______ ___ I
have arrived at lllack river( Jamaica. built up a lucrative trade in the Slate. His", Belo W\TEn. partner of Dickinson & Co., amounting

feilow\ -citizens have twice elected him a Saturday, Aug. 27.;:...... 0:21: A. .t. 0:3: (> r. a[. I { to ::::!fj.2t.0: \\', unless you 8hallullca1'I ) )
Messrs. M. Ended & Uro., of Gainesville! .. II To rent suite of in house in the Justice of the
Sunday, :28 ... 0:58: 10:15: a rooms a before J..1. Kllermann. a :
shipped the first bale of sen-island cotton of member of the board: of aldermen of that Monday, .. :20.......10:38: 10:5S: It citrodeh'l'Si" I..," .Mirror0111ev.I'ricata Peace in and l for said ('olllltynt his oftlcc at

,1 tile seaol'! of 1881 on Tuesday, the 23d inst., city, of which body he i is one of the most Tuesday, :::0..11:2i"<) : 11:47: -- -- .---- :, Fernandina, Fla., on the 20th: day: of August,

to Messrs. Witto Dros., Charleston S. S. useful! members. The increased capital will Wednesday, :31......00.00: OJ:17: 't I School. .\. D. 18S1\ at 10 o'clock a. in., judgment:
Thnr:; give a new impulse! to tile business! of the I :Mrs.( R. 1-2. Alexander will open\ a perma- i
An excursion train will leave tho depot Friilay: 2...... 1-1:1": : 2:20UKIVKH. :: ) vent \'atc'chool! in the church on W. B. THOMPSON( :;; ,
\ Daplist ,
firm Large purchases arc being made for I :. :Surviving partner of Dickinson, fur Jacksonville to-morrow morning at 8:20: 1I the 10th of May, and solicits!' a generous
the fall trade} and thebuildingadjoiningthe Plaintiff.Ftrnandina .
arriving there at 10 a. in. ; returning, the .\ : !share of public 'patronage. Terms; liberal. i i I '
store has been fitted and connected with the school between the hours June 1,1831. td
Apply at 1 room
train will leave Jacksonville at 0 p. in. Fare up Aug. 1!) -Diiu Uiilihoni i, (Coombs, New i -- -.- -- .. .. ---.-. ----- ---
the store to ho used exclusively for the i of 8 a. in. and\ 1 p. in.
for the round trip $1. York. In Justice Court.STATI2 t
FinxM'ixMay: : : 8, 181-:3m.:
whoh'! I ___... __
) Dr. D.1[. Smith, Virginia, was in town ---- -- _.--------. Chal'lc toll. j ji i I NASSAU: COUNT!.

this week, and has visited several points on Seaniile Hop. :21-S. I'. City of Dridgcton. Fit/ger.dd; I Tot' Sale. : To L'.1. }lI\\ll!(ii mid/ UV/'c.:- You arc

.t.tI the Transit Railroad with a view 'to pur The opening hop of IheStrathmore Hotel), Savannah.: .Family Carriage, in perfect running order. ''I herebynotified i( that writ of ai attachment

<, f fi chasing land and engaging in t the manufacture which took place on Thursday evening i last, 22: -Sclir. Agnes I. Grace.) Fountain, :Seats: four, lias been but little used. I' been issued against: you and ;your property
Do>ti>". : Apply W. D. l'. DUU\KK.: : i attached, to sat bty demand of Charles!
r of lumber. proved a very enjoyable a IJiIi r. The 1-' 1'lIal1. :21-S.: '. City of Dridgcton, Fit/gerald, ---- --.. ----. Angel, amounting to $.:!0. Now, unless you

rr!r A dispatch:. from Leniston Idaho, states dins & Jacksonville! Railroad N>iicd excursion :Saranuah.Schri::: : 1 I shall appear before J. .\. Kllcrmann, a Justice
"- Maker. ( 'hade Xollce to Tax-l'tiyers. of the\ Peace in for said
I r that volcanic took in the tickets at a low rate for the occasion, Roger Drurv, -- :And County, at
eruption place I am now ready to receive tax returns! for | his", otllee at Fcru mndiua, Fla., on the :27th!
F mountains south of the south fork of the md neatly one hundred of the young people "-S. 1'. City 1'oint, Creaser, Cliailes-,: I 1 tho present ycur.tDlank: : returns will be furnished I day of August: A. 1) 1881\ \ at 10 o'clock a.m., i

Clear Water, about twenty miles cast! of of the Metropolis( of Florida" availed toll at my office/ over (J. Stark's store, corner I )judgmentill be rendered against you.

I i Mount Idaho, Ontario, on the Oth inst:;.sending themselves t of this splendid opportunity of "-S. S. :City of Dalla*. RNk: New of (','lItl'O and Second !streets i CHARLKS;: ANGEL,
York. I WM. II. GUIL\XI. Plaintiff.
1 forth u column of flro and smokoseveral tripping the light fantastic at the l'Iile.! :2 +' hundred feet in height. 011 arrival of the five clock) train the party

f was conveyed to thc beach. The invitl'clgllclli
t According;: to a paper read by Dr.]) J. S. Hil
1II It 1 from t this started in carriages
city E.I
I lings, Washington, at the International NO r.e I 0 :
and busies! about imalf-)pnst eight o.tlocklInd: 4
:Medical Conference London, there are
soon after their arrival dancing commencedin
physicians In the world of whom
I 180,000 the commodious dining room of theStrathmore. ;: COMMISSIONilt( :::: 1)0' L.\XII \\1: > DDlIm\T: ( IN I with the Assessor:;: and Collector Revenue examine said certificates
11,000 are producers of medical liter.Uuro or 1'1111-{tmtruance or 111\ \I't of the LC/.ri"lallll'l'/ entitled "\11 Ad to : of sale, on the FIRST: WEDNI2SDAY IN BKPTKMBKU: !,
At o'clock all
G Gt contributors to it. Tho United States head<<1 one returned to enable herons) : whose lallllol: were sold fr t taxes! "l'sjcII prior to the I A. D. 18SI ; and if upon' said examination they shall find that the

1 the list with 03,000 physicians, 2,800 whom the city t and\ the Jacksonville visitors! Icfton year 1)0\77)\ to redeem the 1I:1I11l': ," having returned the CNtitirutt'H of taxes assessedigainst any such lands shall have been paid for tho (
Gt t m'll1cawrilers.\ the train which the railroad company) had Halo of Lands olel fear taxes assesstvl: prior to the year 18ii. which I years 1877. 18il., 18'j!J and 1880, or shall then he so paid to the Collector

are provided, much gratified: with the trip. The were purchased !by the State: of Revenue, for said years, then the certificate of sale shall ho
t! The American bark Suline; Captain Os- ; It is ordered that notice be given through the ('ll.'rkof this Board, I I returned to the owner or otherwise disposed of as: the law directs
borne, was cleared yesterday! for Montevideo affair was a decided l success, nn.ll'ellt'l't. great and by ad\eiti.sing the same in tho Floridtt /" /' for thirty days, I The following are the numbers of the certificates! and names of
J credit! on the managers. to theowneroragent ()t'l'ai.llal\ll, that this:' Board will meet, together j owners, to-wit: ,(
\ by Mr. C. Full-child, with a cargo of CiH5,-. --- ---_. ---- ...
1t 1 000 feet of yellow pine lumber. This is! said Stenmet'H for the MaUory Line. .
Salrs" of May, 1H7I."" I Sales of January, JJ 76-Continued.
to be the Inrgeltcnr! lumberevershipped Mr. C. II. Mallory, owner of the Mallory
I No. .
1ij! from this port. It was manufactured at )Ir. Dine of iron steamers, is having built No.Certificate.. To W'hum A..........:... I Certificate. To W'Imm ,\..*....,, No.Certificate.. To Whom Assessed. I Certificate.No. To Whom. Assessed..

ij Fairchild's I'cnnlmoreliI1* at Cedar Key, two more powerful iron steamers, to bo m..n! J D Clarko i 11..1! ; D Hall. m ....John W Riley 12(5: ......Daniel! Woods!
81......Rstato] Joseph Wil-on i Hit)...... 01; .Josiah!! Sikes i 17..Dallll'll':! Wilkcrson
and is of tho very best quality.) named the fiunilafuujm and .Sin Jfureos. ::::
} 01.......lane Harvey Draddoek Kil..... .. manil'ikl'8:; 12.P! Whiting & Co
The steamer FtorStli; of tho Georgia and They will bo sister steamers and supplied !02.o I ......I A Lewis 1C,2; ..... <>t.George! W Svkesft 131......Owner unknown

\ Florida, Inland Route, arrived hero yesterday with the requisite machinery to give them :$......Stephen:: Drummond Ifjt..Ahe: llibbard !.William: N Starling: f l.'tt: ..... "
!II..JJ 12dmundson 107......John McD( 'rmott1M m..A from Savannah in place of the City ofKridyctoH great strength and speed.' The dimensions !tti..10.4 Crews, agent ...... 'I 07.Owner unknown 137..J Williams

I It' \yhich will lay up for six weeksto are as follows : Length, :320: feet ; width and !1f'J'olll'\; l'2dwards IGt:!) 0$. CI.. 1JH..I'ul1ll..TIllwi: >!

L ho thoroughly overhauled and put In first! b'am,3U!) feet 0 inches ; depth of hold, 2!) OS......George; I Henry 1'jO.!.!.!. ? 101..... 13: !)...."Charles! : Albert!

rate condition for tho winter TheYorw'a feet. When these t two are added they will 101..lhiZnhethIlughes: 171..... to 1O..JoJm'kl'14: /; U3..llaggarth! Williams
sea on
1II:1..J: I A MelntoshJoseph 172..... to 4' 10ft.....Owner unknown 143: ......George; Robinson)
/ has been on tho ways in Savannahfor make: ten first-class steamers in connection ill....... ) Haddock, Sr. 17:1.: to 107 .t I.H..JanU'1 :McKindrce: !

five weeks, having an additional: boiler with the Mallory( lines running to Texas, 112.ltj.......Plentv Jackson nil""William Phi-Ian' 108...... I 14.)....,.John D Lewis

put in and undergoing general repairs. Florida, Nassau amidIatatmza. : ......J \\' I Lawton 170(; ..... 'S 1 in...... 14U......:Moses K Levy .
}? ---.. -- --- -- lit......R L Rowe: 170......DC Parker 110...... .' I17fhouum.ItalducK
Ono of tho chief attractions of our magnificent Sale of tho Italian. hit.; .....Daniel Sikes: 180......Owner. unknown 120. ," 140! ......Clemant S Bowen
beach during tho summer monthsjs 117 ......John :Sikes: 181..... 121...." .' 151: ......Owner unknown .
Mallory .t Co. have sold the steamshipCity tl$..... 182...... R L ..
J of course, tho (limo surf bathing. This is .George Sikes 122..Mary Bryce 155..... "
of Jlitllas) of their New York and l 120.: .....(.GeorgeT; LykioV << 183: ..... lt..Ja'4: : p Taliaferro, agent 150..... ..
evidently not a littlo appreciated by our the Delize it New Orleans! Royal MailS 123.:!: ...... J WalkerJohn I t$._...... ".. 121:! .W II Thompson 157...... ..

i, bummer \'llIltonllWl.1t: as our own I people. unship Company. The /) will make l.'x;....... Comll trot. One can hardly go to the beach during 1:-7...... arnh Field I HlO.>I !.... Noah Waters
any two more trips to thi citnftl'r which she will 151'1..1.: D I Hall 101\ .....LN Sforgan .
hour of tho .llurrli ,
.y day, especially! in the early b3 taken to New Orleans and delivered to 1"7" :

morning and ut night but that a gay and; tho purchasers, who will run her IlIl'QntH'C' Sales"" of" January, 1H75. : 41.,.....Kstute IMwin Hoyt.Owner : L..D Svkes ..1

merry crowd of bathers can Lo found enjoying lion with .1.1.: : D Hall 121.: .....n L Rowe 42.: ..... unknown 75..01x'! Svkes
their mail line
the luxuries of a !surf ballet between New Or. 51..Mary (;Otlll"/ IJ..U:1niel:!: SikesSi..llcury I 43.: ..... to.. 7(;......J II Williams
iI It'annnt! Honduras.! It i is rumored that Dcnjamin 121......George. W Siki-s ; 44 ..... .. It. !
On Tuesday the lIorlh.h.mllltroln on the Captain' Risk, the popiilarcomiuandcroftlio M.,.....Jane "Harvey Draddock! L......William SI Starling; ( I 45.: ..... ..1It 78..1)77..1)J Iligginbothani II[ 1Iig inhCtham '
Transit Railroad met with K3.,.....Clemant t 8 Him ('11 12\)........\ D it Jmt L Swei-ney I 10...... t
an accident at will take 70....
Jiillittt command
a of tho ( f&mAntonio : Hall
f .. '.'lwnnl .
81,.....Nancy A Bowen 127.. .. Taylor 47...:.. 4
P point two miles south Callahan, by which which will take the place of the Ki.,.......Mary)Louiza Dryce 12H.:! .....J C Walker I 48...... .. Itil 80......Gen Johnson ,.

tho express: and mail cars and one roach IJall.u 011 tho Florida Line. M.,.....John Duford 131.: .....J H Williams : ..".,..,... 81.Juhnon!
thrown down 87......Simon Chaers 133......William Cone I 82..lkn'anitu Johnson I ::!
A were an embankment. The ---- ------ -- 50..... .
cause was! a defective mil The cars not List of Letter !01.,.....Abraham Oolson 134......Willis Casoii 51...... IIt
Jr are \0_......G J F Clark: 13.i.l\vil\) 11 Higginbotham 52...... 1, 8-I..I'ICnty Jackson
Remaining in the Post-Office at Fcrnandi- 85.....Talbot
badly damaged. There were a number of Little
\03.,.....Jos Crews agent 13H..Jasun Ryan 53.,.. 14 "
in the via. Nassau county, Fla., Aug. 25.1831. Persons 137..J. P .. 80.....Mrs: J II Lockett
passengers none of whom were 01......J J F.dnwiuton: Tracy 54...... "
hurt. Mall Agent LeCain was bruised a lit calling for these letters must say advertised 90.!) A Higginbotham 130......Owner unknown 55.,.... 4' 5' S 88..J......Mrs Mary JSIorgait

: 101......Kli/ubeth: Hughes It-l...... II :515...... .. A Mcintosh
tie. The accident only delayed the train .Avery George Dayne, Kllen: ((2): ) 101......FCit 11)) HigginlKitham 15155.'-'..,... 57..f 8 1..H Mattair
Tuesday tho repairs to tho track being Jones .... .W J Wilson .. .. fO......J SIcKindree
completed Commodore, Henry Dychi, J. 10(5.( ...... :state Harvey 58......
) In time to allow trains to run on UnlCIbt'rt: Fedder, Maggie 107......Rufns C King, Mrt Kiny, 1."G.......Watson Baker 5H..f t)1......WillU Norton

schedule time Wetln lay. Fitrpatrick, Michal Mo ans, :Mike ((3)) 1'r1ufee 157.......JI 'nry Clay til; )...... ." .. !9-......A Primus
Hill{ Charlotte Hadcland. O. 10."......W 0.\ J Luften 150.! .....Godfrey; Kevbler .. .. 03.: ....Will M Starling

The report of immigration for July shows Ivins', Rosana, Jackson, Mary 10!).......Plenty Jackson 1155......Thoma-s Pliflan ti: ...... ItII .. 1..1'., n Whiting agent

A largo .Increase from. Northern Europe. Jackson, I Kminer Mahoney( \\': H. 110.......Denjamiu Jordan 101......J Ell Gregg 4. 63. .."" .s 0 ... .. (i Clay
Proctor W. P. 1l.John: I D) Lewis l 1IJ3..H A J Wilson ) .Mrs Louisa Prine /
Robinson Nancy W.....Sirs N A Bowen
From 20,374 ; against 11,725 for 07...,..J
Oerinany Draddock
/Scott, Jane Thumpcon1''mV. 113..I".I..wto": 104......Thomas 11'ilson11s..11'tllb 65.,....Alden Spear
July of last year ; from Norway, 2.90. ; Thomas" D. J. Tinrol, Sallie I : Norton I I.};)..,...\\ .lIu".. Swearinger M......O 8 Dow en fl.'i..Jas Taliaferro' agent

against 1,743: ; from Sweden 0,007; against: 'fison, l.lIl'8I1nlWullar.. Henry in;......Jackson:! Phillips I ItW......PhineasN WII.U 67.......\. Cannon If.-\!R.Jobn!))! Anthony

3,779, Time German Immigration amountedto Wallace it: Co-shan.: I w.....tii'orgo Henry iW.,,,..G J F Clark hot...,.. \. Higginbotham Duir

nearly37 percent, of the whole. There IIKLH KOK I-O.STAUK: Stiles"" of Juiiiinr, IH7( <>0).....Jas UCZZ4Ult. 102.erge, Henry
70......liobert Davis
was a marked falling off in immigration Rodney Williams, Owens Ferry, G.,. .!......James Dezzant 41*.......Vndrvw Higginl>othuin 71......J J Kdmundsori lot..eharle:4: Knabb
from Canada-only 4,800 against 12,710 in Amanda Ik-nder JacUoiuille.; \ Fla. ..,..Jo.scph U llulord.Nancy j 19.! ....II L HigginlMjlbam; 72..K. Hughes 1J..J( !!!! II Mooney

8.uI'L T, Uu)t>ELt, l' ,..M.1br 1. ....... A Bowen : ;52.....Dcnjamin Jonlan l.t..J: !! 105...,..John! By ken
July last year, which may be accounted for Ci,..".Mrs 1 M .\ Crcwsi I XI: ......Plenty Jackson I KykesDune lOt}.,....\\ IIhau, Wingate .
by the decrease of'Immigration from Europe Kent ft..JusCrews) 3I..Tolt.r1 LittloXt

via Canada.or the "bodut" in Manitoba, A desirable residence on Soenth strut, 4:1.: ...,.J J Kdnwndson.H : I .....,J A Melntosh l h y order of the Hoard, this :27th
near Vntre. Apply to I.: .... (;invnUtum.KlizaUth I .V........D C Stoore :day of July. 1881.
which CAllIng a great. many Canadians .to .. tis"' .. : ) I.l'j I' MattalrUowe I !I .
JOHN I 1t:1": :'". ? 11 U "i7... ..11 en 1') JAMES McGlFFIN;
that section 35-tf J7......Alex W..I.\'tt'f : 1 Clialrinau,
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,)' The Jteach Hotel. lsJllny of Storm Signal.'L i 1--- "T j rubltc School Xottcc. '
.MIRROR 1I.)I. ,. CI.EVREU. i iAug. i
Time applications for accommodation at The following was received by Mr. C. W. The public schools of Nassau county will
--- -- :22-S. 1' City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald
too A YKAIlt $/AO1'01l MX MOXTltS.Jtcjlectlona. the Strathmorc Hotel( !have been ?o numerous Maxwell, signal observer at this station, yesterday i / :Savannah.; ,I he opened on the first Monday( : in September. in obese
dHrlng positions
i ----. -" '-'-'. ----.-----. .-- ---------- long before its opening and since, that : I 2 -S. 1' City of Bridgeton, Fitzgerald, j I I schools! All are teachers requested to send 11tht'lr applications -

it is evident the hotel I will have to be 10:50: ( a. in.-Up !signals.' Storm centre at .. Savannah j I to the county superintendent\ ) as earlyas

. T. enlarged to more than double its present capacity fica. The exact: location cannot\ be fixed.SMITH.. i --Schr. Queen of the Sea, Langelier, j j I II ppssibleamid to meet the exanliningboard
i the North I Saint Kitts, W. I. ,i No. 1 Fernandina, at nineochmk
Fred W. Hoyt[ returned from before another season fi.tln.! Every: 2.-Br.) Brigantinc Kcsultado, George: !: in school\ room the 27th of An-
1 \ 1\. m., on Tuesday,
on Monday last.Clarence : room in the hotel has been tilled since it -- i Bathurst, .lfrica.'S ': !the following !Satur-:!
I I'r. t fit Callahan on /
.': W. Maxwell has! been appointed opened!, and applications have: already boon Arrival* at the Strathmorc. I "-S. S. City of Dallas, lllsk, New i,i iI Bust ilay., or W. A. MAUONEY,

observer of the signal!I station here. filed for rooms expected to bo vacant two or J. D/ialynski, wife: and son, Judge J. M. I York. i I Superintendent: of Schools.:
Baker wile 2-S.( 1' Point Creamer Charlc |
daughter !three J. jr City 5
t is called to the advertisement of suns FmsSIIIS..\, August ,
Attention :
wit limit I
three weeks hence. The guests! cx. Mel( linnis and wife, itrs..1. C. Marev( II. 11. ,I Inn
Ftt tho St. Marys High School c.p1Ionare dclighted? with our bell II I i ful) beach Marry( and tvi f', 1 K. if. L'Knglo, wife, child I I "-S.; 1' Florida, Usina! Savannah .Vow"A\; .l ; :- "

t Tho City of Dullit arrived on Wednesday and express III warmest terms their pr.ii-c of and nurse: Jacksonville! ; Henry\ L'Kngle I I I.N rout. -- .- ertisenteuls.--
morning about 0 o'clock with a full cargo if( wife three rhlltlrp\1 and nurse, Judge J. )1). I Ir1' I ----
hotel rs.
J / the management of the by \ .t<'fJtt, I 1). S. Wulkcr, Tallahassee! ;
Mrs. Maxwell, widow of tIle late John 1'olsulJI.Inong the prummincntmcsts who ford Marry, Jacksonville! ; ]K. O. Aiisk-v\ ti J. I Bark. Sabine, Osborne, 8J3: tons. ST. MARY'S:;, OKOROIA.rilHK : .
Stephens!' Maxwell, died at Salem, Va., on have stopped the Stralhmore arc : lion.( I.. l.illwll{ W. O. Jeffreys. .F. W. Simmons I Bark I-Mclla: -,507(; tons ,
1'. W. O. Koerner, Fernandina ,1. Brig Eva N. Johnson Doanc.) 21S. ton! I
the 17th inst. J. D.) 'Wcstcott Jr., Associate! Justice Supreme ; C. Marcy, I I KXKRCISKS: : 01THIS SCHOOL
Jacksonville ; John Hedges and wife Fernandina BritNh brig Itesiiltado, (;ieorge, 178 tons' in
wind the first Monday
of the northeast X be resumed
On account strong! Court, Tallahassee ; Is!, M.( I L'Kngle: / ; H. (J. Weller, :S.; 1 F. Hall, ( ieonro I Brig Uabboni. CI,nnu.. 20.1 tons.! preparation of
taI! Thorough
blowing Thursday and yesterday, the Dallas J'sll.: of Jacksonville, President of the Florida U. Carruth' '1'. O. Allen, S. C.' Floyd, II. W. I :Sch.; A. A I'.. I Hooper, :322: tons. I September BOYS and, (l1Hf.$ for the belt l Colleges l in

did not go to sea. Central Railroad ; State Treasurer Henry (Clark, \\.II. Livingston, Jacksonville ; C. Sch. Hattie H. Dixon, :Sawyer, 528: ton:?. (: guaranteed
It is rumored that the building of quite a W. )(Maxwell (I i. W.: )),l\'i8. C. J. Comi"tam- Seh.:; S. l C. Beans, Sylvanus, gal tons. I Jeorgia
: .\. L'Kngle:m : wife, child: and nurse!! of Tallahassee For Circular,
tine Adams; addressW.
Fernandina ( Sch.
below the K.: F. Oilbcrt, W. C. Pitt- Normandy, 513: tons. i5da I C. WRimiT,
number of cottages at the beach ; Hon. D. S. Walker, Jr., ux-Mayorof man, 1'. McCJuaid.. wife, three. children and Klwood:! ,Doran, 1Varringtit.T5toms. I5ch. I Principal.
hotel Is contemplated for next season. Tallahassee ; Hon. Louis I. Fleming, wife two nurses, L. 1 I. !Fleming; wife and! son, C. Queen otiose Sea LangeMlT 10!) tons. .) .- ---- -. .-- --.------- ,-
:Miss Katie E. Burbank will reopen her : and son, J. H. McfJinnti and wife 1'. Mc.( .r. Mitchell, George: W. Thco. Starbuck J. W. Sehr. Annie K.: Chase Brown 250( tons
Sync-It, Fernandina. i
school on the first of September In the!same Quaid! wife, three children nnd nurses:' AssistantPostmaster I Schr. Agnes! 1. (!race, Fountain :370( tons. STATE( : FLORIDA COUNTY, OF NASSAU:

building occupied during the last term. : Oco. R. Carruth, of Jacksonville ', :Sehr.; Ifogcr )Drury, Baker, 3'X'; tons. are sail j
Ituapeof Thermometer I T i C. .L \\\'illininfon\ tllllllrijYoll
:Messrs. J. A T. Kydd are now receiving and others / ------- I hereby notified. that a writ of attachment
mn TimnF.K:
_. K.VDI.VO: Fiunvr, AMVST; 211.lIoR.1Y.Y' ( .
-- --- ---- been 1 issued! and property -
large invoices: of their fall stock, selected !! HKC I STOIII' sllvtnn.txn.t.1asscngcr : II has against you your
.CIlcnrdlct.. satisfy the demand of James
Jiohn, Fnrchgott attached, to ,
--- --- ---- York
Mr. Thomas Kydd in New !\ 's from! Fernandina for New
personally A change was made,1 in the firm of Furch- .1' =- per steamship: ('it!!'tf Jolla.August 2.i.11111: I E.: .)(elhluug-h and Wile, amounting to 3588.:
J. A.
York. shall before
--1' unless
.' ": this week 11i mid Delaney! )Ir. ( J. K.: T. Now you appear
gott, Benedict ACo.,Jacksonville, '1, Gco. Lewis, of the banking house of B. C. Mr. Kohn. a gentleman of wealth from Kansas :: :::. =- Bowen A. II. Crippcn, Christiana Droger, :paid;
Lewis A Sons of Tallahassee, and wife, ar having bought the interest of one of the ------I 82 8t) H 87 SW- Sophia A. Droger, O.Brack.W. Prince John Bass, :S. on the 27tli day of .lugust,1881, at 10 o'clock

rI v'cl1ln the city on Thursday! ,and have taken The firm will hereafter! be known H 00 IH 81)! H'\-. Cargo Luckey steamship, Capt. City of Dallas from "Fer- I a.m., judgment; will be rendered against you.J. .

rooms at the Strathmorc. partners. Monday( ............... 8i 02 0:1: 90 HW. nandina New York 25 fiGS barrels I 1 K. MKDDAUCiH[ AND: WIFE,
August :
as Kohn, Furchgott A Benedict The hOI"t'IUls \ Tuesday ............... 8(1( 02 02 89! HW. Plaintiff.
50 barrels cedar
I :Mr. R. C. Long Secretary of the Bureauof four large establishments one at New Wednesday.,........... 81 87 81; iii NE. 02 logs rosin cedar -13,10: !;!) feet!spirits of lumber UK( cases,: H 0emp> I Fernandina Fla.. June 25, 1881.

and R. Don McLeod, editorof Thursday: ............ iO 81 85 -------- ----- -
Immigration York one at Charleston, one Atlanta :and<< 82 N1. ty beer kegs, 11 bundles! hides and skimIG,

tho Land of Flowers, of Tallahassee, made one at Jacksonville, the latter being regarded / -Friday---................... HO 85: -'8i:--.--8:3:- I NE.M.I1tINF. -- -, packages; sundries. II :In OF.Instiee FLORIDA, Court.STATE : .

the Mirror a pleasant call on Thursday.The as the leading] dry-goods home in Florida. I COUNTY OF] NASSAU.To .

bark It'in. If. Genn, of Bncksport, Me., '!Ir. Chas. Benedict, the resident mem- For Kent. Jcoroe, lI'MfiIYou\ are hereby notified

4 1.I I 1.11 from Aspinwall to I'ensacola, has been totally i her there is a gentleman of high integrityand Two\ or three rooms in a desirable! loca that a' writ of attachment: has been i issued!!
against: !\ you. )and your )Iroprrtattnched, to
l\wt tion. .Address! H. this olllce.
I of Fernandina.HIOII ,
lost at sen. All hands were saved\: and<< unusual business! qualifications, and has satisfy the demand of W, H. Thompson sur-

F have arrived at Black river, Jamaica. built up n lucrative trade in the :State. His WATER. ------ -- viving partner of )Dickinson A Co., amounting -

fellow-citizens have twice elected him a :Saturday; Aug. 27.:...... 0:21: A. 11. 0:3i: I'. 3(. Wanted. to ::-'f:. ;.:!.). Now, unless! you shall appear
)(rssr9. M. Endel & Bro., of flaincsville, Sunday 28...... 0:58: 10:15: 'I' ) rent a suite of rooms III n house in the before J. .\. Kllermann: a Justice:' of the
:1:1i shipped; ) ( the first bale of nca-island<< cotton of member of the board of aldermen of that Monday, :l.10Iol.t) :: : 10:58: city.tldres1" L.," Mirror Olllce.Private Peace in and for said County, at his otllcc at
: city of which body he is one of the most :0..11:2.:: the season of 1881 on Tuesday the 23d inst., Tuesday : 11:47: -- --- Fernandina 2tMIii.lay ,

:1I to Messrs. Witte pros, Charleston, S. S. useful members. The increased capital will\ Wednesday, :31 ......00.00: UJ:17: i School. .\. D) 1881( at 10 o'clock a. m., judgment Sept 1..00:12"( : 1:15: ; jr j will bo I'cl1llt'I'I'lllIgaill-t: )'011.
give a new impulse to the business! of the Mrs.( 15. K. Alexander I will open a permanent
An excursion 1 train will leave tho depotfor I Friday I 2...... I 1:13:1:; 2:20AUUIVKH. : I ( )private school in the ]Baptist! church on I,i W. 1 B" THOMPSON:;; ,
firm. beJIII1allc for J
Large purchases arc I :
: I Jacksonville tomorrow morning at 8:20: I the 10th of :May, and solicits a generous :Surviving partner of IickhasonCO.,
the fall trade, and thelmill1 ngnlljoininJthl': 1'laintifF.Icrnamidint.ruuc .
share of 'putronagc. Terms liberal.
t ti arriving/ there at 10 n. in. ; returning the : public ) : '
i ts tI store may: been fitted up and connected with ; Apply) ) at the !I'holJll'Oolll between t the hoursof I : ... 1,1Sl.. .. tit.
train \\'l1Ilcn\'o Jacksonville at 0 j p. in. Pure Aug. l-Ilrit!) Uabboni Coombs, New .
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f tho store/! to bo used exclusively for the H a. rug and 1 p. in. I
York. ,.
for the round trip $1. I In .Iii* liee.s Court.
FKKXVMMXA: May( 8, 1S 1-:Urn.: ;
wholesale ilt'partment.Seusldr. :20-Rchr. Annie K. Chase, Brown, I .__..... __ __: : OF FLORIDA,
Dr. D. M. Smith Virginia, was in town --- -- .-- --- Chnl'll' toll. I II I I (STATE NASSAU COUNTY

this: week, and has visited several )points on flop 21-S. I'. City of Bridge-ton. Fitzgerald, I For Sale. : To ('. .r. \lI\';lli'''") fh. mad "';1-; You arc

the Transit! Railroad with a view 'to )purchasing 'fhe opening hop of IheStralhmoro (Hotel, SavaumahSchr. .\ Family Carriage! in perfect running or-I hereby notified t that writ of attachment has
i i' :22: Agnes i I. ft;race Fnuntain, der. Seats four Has been but little used. been I issued!\ against you and your property
i'I.' land and<< engaging in the m manufacture which took placH Oil Thursday evening last! t. I
Boston. attached, to satisfy the demand of Charles
: Apply to W. 11. C.! DUIUKK.Xollce : :. i
I.I I I of J 1111\her. proved a very enjoyable affair. 'fhe Fenian- :21-S.: 1'. City of Bridge-ton, Fitzgerald\, _.- -.-.- --- Angel, amounting to $:)). Now unless! well

A dispatch from Lcwiston Idaho, states dina A Jacksonville Railroad issued excursion avannahSchr: i i !shall appear{ before .r. A. Kllermann, a Justice
"- t linger Drury, Baker. <'hark-s-' to TaxPayers.I i of the\ Peace: in and for said County at
that volcanic i took in the tickets litI low rate I for I he.OI't'lI.ioll, ,
a eruption place '
1 ton. N am now ready to receive tax returns for his olllco at Fernandina Fla.. on the 27th
.' mountains south of the south fork of the and neaily one hundred of the young, people "-.. P. City Point, Creaser, Chailes-! : : tho present ycar.t Blank rt'tllrll'lwill be furnished II day of August l, .\. D. Hil.:! at 10 o'clock a.m.,

Clear Water about twenty miles ,cost of of "the Metropolis:' of Florida" availed .. toutS I at my oflico/ over (;I. :Stark'sstore, rol'I I judgment will he rendered iigains't you.CHARLKS .

Mount Idaho, Ontario OJI the Uth Inst.; elul- themselves of this splendid opportunity of "- S. .Cits- of Dallas Ili: ..k, New ; ner of Centre and Second streets.W.M. : I : : AXG gl,.
York H. (!i.tnr..tan.FII.txm'IN.t Plaintiff.
ing forth column of(iro and smokesevcrul tripping (lie light fantastic! at (the l'Iidc. '. :211-S.f I'.' Florila, ITsimi Savannah i i March 16,1881-tf :I Fernandina] Fla.. June 25, 1881,

;i iI iI hundred feet in height On arrival of the five o'clock train time partywas .

conveyed to the beach. The invited
I ). :According to a paper read by Dr. J. S. Billings ,1r111I
I"I guests from this city started in carriagesand 3STOTICJE.COMMISSIONER
I : Washington, at the International
busies about half-past clock and .
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i Medical Conference in London there arc r
tt soon after their arrival dancing commenced
physicians in the of whom ,
180,000 world in the commodious dining room of theStrathutore. : ( : = : OF LANDS= ) AND= IM.MKiRATION, IN with the Assessor and Collector of Revenue, to examine said certificates

: rH il a 11,000 arc producers of medical literature or At o'clock! nil returned ,1, )pursuance of an Act of the Legislature: entitled "An Act to of sale, on the FIRST WKDNKSDAY= : IN SKPTKMBKll,
ilis' contributors to It. 'fho United States head( one to enable 1 persons whoso lands were sold. for r taxes I assessed! prior to the .\, 1). 1881 ; and if upon said examination they shall find that the
the list with 05,000: physicians, 2,800\ of whomare the city 1 and the Jacksonville visitors \\.fton year 1877 to redeem the same," having returned the Certificates of taxes assessedvgainst anv such lands shall have been paid for the i
\ the train which the railroad. company) had Sale of Lands sold for taxes assessed prior to the year 1877, which I vears i8;;. l iS, 1870! ami 1880, or shall, then he so paid to the Collector

isi i\1 medical writers. provided, much gratified with tho trip. The were purchased by the State:; : I of Revenue, for said )years then the certificate: of sale shall bo
rt 'fhe American bark Sabine, Captain Os- It is ordered that notice be given through time Clerk of this Hoard, I returned to the owner or otherwise disposed of as the law directs.
1If borne was cleared yesterday for Montevideoby iilF.iir: was n decided success, and rcliects great and by advertising: the samo in the Flnrubt J/i'mw for thirty days!, I The following are the numbers of the certificates and names of
If Ifp credit) on the managers. to time owner or agent of said land that this Board I will meet, togetherSales ) I j, owners to-wit : rf
.. )fr. C. A. Fairchild with a cargo of 5S5,-. -..--. ---------

000 feet of yellow pine lumber. This is said Steamer for the Mallory Line. .
01. 1iay', IS7.1.N" Sales!! of January, JS7O-C'ontiiuicd. 2
h to be the largest cargo oflunnbereversltipped Mr. C. II. Mallory( owner of the Mallory I Nu.Certmcate. No.Certificate.. No.Certificate.. .
i I.h from, this port. It was manufactured: at :Mr. Line of iron !!steamers I Is having built To Whom A.>w.s..od. Cerlificate. Tolt'hnm Assessed, To Whom Assessed, ( To Whom Assessed.

I h Fairchild's Fennimore MilU: at Cedar Key: two\I- moro )powerful iron steamers, to be "I I )I..H J 1) Clarke I 15J.Ji: II lull. .00 ....John W Riley 120: .....,Daniel Woods
81..i.tate \ 'i\oll\ ; 100...... 01.....Josiah Sikcs
: Juselth i 127......Daniel) P Wilker.
and Is of tho host '
It very tualit] ) named tho Gunilulmtpt. and Siam Jfureot.They UI..J\IW: Ilarvey: Braddock 161...... ."
The steamer Floruit, of the Georgia/ and will be sister steamers and supplied 02..I: A Ll'wi 16( :!...... .11I:1. I 01......Oeorge W :Sykes 134......Owner unknown

Florida(, Inland Route, arrived hero yesterday with the requisite machinery to give them : ......:>'tl.pht.n rullulloml WI.\he: lIihlal'll I 05......William N Starling\ 135: ...... "
f rf III..J J Elhlluml.'ioll lIi7..Johll CDl'rmott( lili..A It A J I. Sweeney 130...... ..
from Savannah in place of the City / great strength and specThe\ dimensions ll ...., "
0i..bti 1 'I Crews agent 'I. 07......Owner unknown 137..J II Williams
Itrulyetonyhich will lay up for fix weeksto are as follows : Length, :320: feet ; width and t IN r......'l'oney 1'llwarlt: 1"J.( ..... 08..... .. 138: .......Paul Francis

bo thoroughly I o\'l'rhuulltlultll'"t in first beam, :3!) feet G inches ; depth of hold, :11)!) !I$......OI.or c I h.nrr 1 ill...... ..1. 101...... .. 130.! ......Charles Albert!

rate condition for the winter 5CUfl. The feet.'Iu.'fl these two are added. they will 101......Itilizaht'tlt: 1 lIujhe 171 ..... 105......John] Sykes 11'2.Ilaggarth. ) Williams
1O:1..J: .\ Id ntot-h 17:!...... 100......Owner unknown 143: .....,.(>eorge Robinson
Florida has been on tho ways! in Savannahfor make ten first-class steamers in connection l11..J'I"\'h\ lt\lhlot'k[ Sr. 17:1.: ..... It 107.... I.U..Janu'S McKindrec

five weeks having: an additional: boiler with the Mallory lines running to Texas, 1 I:!...... I'll"tr Jackson 17.i.,1Vllliant I'I\l'1m 108...... .. I H.I......John H Lewis.Moses

put in and undergoing general repairs. Florida Nassau and Matamas.Sain !. 11I..J: 1V Lawtun 176...... It 110...... ** *.* 140;...... K: l Levy .
---- --------- 111.,8 J. UUWl\ 17H.I] C 1'lIrhr 110..... 147HO.......Thomas Had'docK.Clemant
Ono of tho chief attractions of our magnltlcent of the Dalian. 11B..ll.mirl Oikcs:: l1'O..Owlll't') : unknown 120: ..... .t ...... S Bowen

beach during the summer months 117 .....Iohn I"lkl'l'I 181....., "' 121...... 151......Owner unknown .
1 is, of course the tine surf bathing. This is Mallory (: Co. have sold\. the steamshipCity L 11i ......(ieor''e I"ikl'l'l 182.: ..... 122.....Mary L Bryce 155.,... ..

of IMltu, of their New York and t'II..Ot.orJ.o: 'V i.ykes liC": ..... .It. .1. 123: ......Jas j)1'lIlia'l't.'rro. agent 150..... .1
II.Y,1 evidently not a little appreciated by our the Belize A New Orleans Royal MailS ( 1.1.\: : .J Walker 11'1.)...... 4 121\V II Thompson 157...... It "

bummer visitors as well as our own people. C unship Company. The Dalla will make 1.ti..John; C'ol'\'CIl hi/l...... .t 125......William Wingate '
ltM)..... Neap Waters ,
One can hardly to the beach during 157..Suroh Field I
hour of tho go any two more trips to this city.after which she will l 15$...... .1: II Hull 191.....,1, N iurgui Sale ofarch .
day, especially in tho early ba taken to New Orleans and delivered to : IS7H .'..

morning and at night:; but that n gay and I tho purchasers who will run her in connection $ales" or Jtuutury, 1K75.! I ItOUlt'1. 41......Instate Edwin Hoyt I 71.....DSvkos ,

merry crowd of bathers can bo found enjoying with their mail line between Xl'Or .19.B: : n hall 121......R L Howl' 42: ......Owner unknown 75......G W Svk.-s
:51..ifary : ]2J..Hallicll"ihs: ..::1...... 5. 4'
the luxuries of a surf bath. 70;......J II Williams!
.. leans and Honduras.! It is:: rumored that $1......Ilcnrv' nellj.lInin 121......Oorge 1V ikt''l 1 ..4..... Of. 77..1 D H .

On Tuesday the north-bound train on the Captain: Risk the roIHllllrl'Omrumderoftho $2..Jan 'Jarvt' Hrnlt.tld L.,1Viliiaul M Starling 43" II 78.....)) Higginl Higginbothani otham
Transit Railroad s3.,1'Ienmmat N H\\'l'11 1\\: B t Jnll L S vney I 1 .10....., .. >
: met with an accident at a Pallas, will take command of the City nftfanAntunio : .. 70......1II Hall, agent
I't..XUlHowl'11'! 1: ......I-lhvlnl: Taylor 47..:.. "
point, two mlles south of Callahan hy which which will take the place of the 1'\':)......Mary( J.ouiza Ilrye 12'1..J C Walker I 18.,..... .. ,4 80..Geo Johnson a

tho express and mail cars and one coach Iullua 011 tho Florida Line. 8t.John; BufoN 131..J If 1VJIl :uns I IS7 40...... .. It 81.Juhnson..
2 .....
thrown down ...... ilUon 133......William e4Jn I Benjamin Johnson} :
> were an embankment The ----- -- 50...... M...... Lord
causo was a defective rail. The cars are not List of tern .i l.......tbral.IA. nhhof 134......11''iIIi" CUoIm 51...... It ". 84......Plenty Jonas Jackson

badly damaged. There were a number of Remaining in the Post-Otllceat Fcrnandina. u.n U3..Jos: J (P ClArk agent 13/1..Jusol1 13..n.\vitl Ryan B Uigginbotbuu 52.53".... "It.o 44 85......Talbot Little
f'rews ....
passcngera In tho coach, none of whom were Nassau county, Fla., Aug. 25. 1831. Persons ilL..J J tlmllntl: m 137..1. I' Tracy M. .... 'S ., 80.....Mrs J H Lockett '
calling for these letters must advertised 13.Owl1l'r! known Mary J Morgan
say O.l.\! A Iligginbothant !
hurt. Mail Agent bruised M..o
LcCuju was a lit .. 88......J A McIntosh
: 101......Elizabeth: Hughes 114...... 5/.0) .
tie. The accident only delayed the train Avery (leorgeCommodore Bayne, Ellen: ((2)) 10-1......FCtt In I1igKin1KJt1uuu 15:!...... It 57....... II.. 89..I H Mattair -

Tuesday, the repairs to the track being com- Henry Dychttf J. "'. lOti........ tute Harvey Jones 15.}......W J WilollIJ1lI7 :>>8...... It 00 91) ..........J McKindreo

pitted in time to allow trains to run on D'lrsc.Ibtrt. }Fodder Maggie ...... Ullfn U King. Mrs Kill.,. 1 i6..1Vatsou Baker 50....., .' .Willis Norton

schedule time,Wednesday.The Fitzpatrick, Michal Mogans, Mike ((3)) 1'Mule 157...... J leur)" Clay (4)..,... ... .. 93.Wm 9'l..A Primus
Hill Charlotte Hadeland, O. H 4.,11' J Lunen I5I.I..Hotlfrey Keeblt'r j 01...... ., .. M Starling
report of immigration for July showsa Ivies, Rosalia Jackson, MaryMuhoney [ 1000..I'I.nh. Jackson llki..TIoutay I'ht'J.m 0.)....., .4 J1......K D Whiting) agent
Jackson Emmer: : 110..... Jontumt l..J Ell G .. a5.,....l E G flay;
largo Increase (rom. Northern Europe. W H. .itcnjarnin "g ,4. 63.,.... .a M......Mrs
Proctor W. P. Robinson 11..Jlllm 1 n Lewis UI..S A J WiI""ll1 Louisa Trine I'
Nancy 04.....Mrs N A Bowen
From 20,374& against 11,725 for .....
Germany, ; 07 .J S Rraddock:
Scott JineThomas TmoupsonV.. 113......W P I.awton I 19-t..Thonw. 'VilsonII. 65.,...Alden
July of last year ; from Norway 2,005 ; II. J. TinnJ. Sallie I .}......Willil Norton 1 11 ......WillialU 8wt'urill "r Is.C13 i Bowen Spear ,*I !......3.** l' Taliaferro, agent

against 1,7-13 from Sweden, flOG7 ; against! '1'i 1tm. Lucyanna Walker. Henry I W..Jal.ksn l'hUliJ'. I HItj..l.hlllt'\i N WilIs 67.......\ Cannon 1(1)\JIJ..Juhnnthon.) *"

3,770. 'The German Immigration amountedto Wallace & Cobban.IIELH i 117..Ucorge; llt'n1') (Is.......G J P Clark }JJJ......A: Higginbotham Uujr!

nearly 37 per cent of the whole. There FOR .'\">>"T.\tll!: : Sales 01' January, ."" 76. -00......Jos Bczzant lo-.ncorg Henry

Itodney Williams, Owens Gj. ........Robert Davis 103......Chariot
WAS a marked falling off in immigration Ferry 2..Jull\('>1 B'zzullt I 4.\1\l1n.w Hij..1inhulham 71,.....J J Kdmumbon Knabb
Amanda tender Jacksonville. Fla. I 1W.,....J H
:1..JII.(1'h q Hut'lInl 49..It! L Iliggiiibotbauu Moonev
1 >
from Canada-only 4,800, Against 12,710 in .......E !Hughes
S.U"L RllU'El.U, P .M. 1..NuuevA. Bowen :! 52.lknjautinJordan 5M..John Sykes"
73.: ....J
July 'lust year which may be accounted for 6..IN( M .k 'feWII j ': ......l'lemty Jnt'kI.kJU Sykos 100....,..V'flli3uWingate.Dune .
by the decrease!: of immigration! from Europe For pent; O..JO.1 C'rcWJi t..TlIIll..rt Little

ti(4Canadaorbytime boo'm in Manitoba, A desirable residence l\ Seventh tll'\.t. J..J J 1''llUlUlll'OlIU I ;..)..._.J .\ McIntosh I by ul'llt'r.of the Board.tti4 dais 27th
Iltu'I I Lay of' July 1881
near Centre. t..n (jn'nhuuu 5fi..H U ) ,

which, calling a great many Canadians. to .ply'toJomiN Hm>( id.."?limhtth: iIughes j .57..Ueuf 1ni:: llGJi.'l
that section.. I t tf3Stf : OtlUv, JLha in.thalU ro..I.t'lt'r.I\H.. .J'.r /; Af ir'AW: *, Clerk' .
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