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Florida mirror
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Florida mirror (Fernandina, Fla.)
Place of Publication:
Fernandina Fla
A.B. Campbell, Geo. Burnside
Creation Date:
October 1, 1881
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Weekly[ FORMER 1878-<1886>]
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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 )


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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 30, 1878)-
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Ceased in 1901.
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"Democratic" <1880>.
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Editor: Geo. R. Fairbanks, <1887>.
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Publishers: George R. Fairbanks, <1885-1886>; Moore & Manucy, <1887-1891>; The Mirror Pub. Co., <1894-1898>.
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I. of I the NOUWAI.K srnttsNr-Nun(1.ty': :: :: eveninglast \ costs, unless the verdict l'ontaill' tho certiti
7'tl1'l: 'n1rs.. gently 1 I every spine upon t is'" 1moisLious. its! side and ono or twT cars were I
sate mentioned therein If tho
Hartshorn aiml the pain and \'al1).rukt'n\ Rosides.tho engineer andllremnn \ ; wedroviMiut to the settlement of Norwalk Jury so certifies
.--- vas applied, up.) in their verdict, then, and then only
.Ifttc/um. swelling subsided-dir.( J, 1' Terry will : there wero three gentlemen from to \Wt: some+ of our neighbors. Notwithstanding i in such cases> can you render, such judgments.

In.the: southeast corner of tho county is bring: two thousand LcContc pear trees to this city on the engine, but all except oneMr. hut little rain has fallen for .

natal what is! called "The: Island." It isriiied this', town this", winter lie will sell them at ( ( KciiiH'dy), jumped oft' when the engine some day: the i orange trees and crops look Under of !IS"sections" 51111\11,1 beforo, of chapter U040: ,
acts passed justices of the
. between the lakes Ixichloosa; and lower figure than dealer'" generally. He left the track. ml Ir. Keniicdy remained: on very line ami vigorous: TIle orange trees peace had trio}, as distinguished; : from committal

; ; by deep creeks on the eastern and )believes'' that tho pear will benefit this country the engine until it turned ,over, but I fortunately have made a most remarkable: growth- this examination, jurisdiction in criminal
age" number of workmen I It has been only little over four cases, might\ before( or after Issuing
t'tern.lilIes.. The lands on the approaches ; and that tho sooner the people plant it was injured.. .\ season. they ,

it, and, indeed on it, arc us distinct the hl'l tel'1 are proud of his enterprise( have gone' to Baldwin for the purpose years' since Norwalk was first settled I and process"security, require for''costs the," and complainant upon( tho to hearing givn

and wish 1'1'Inore would take11' ot cleaning :and raising tho yet it has all the appearanoo of an old com .
rids and qualities as can be found any- \ a people up the'I''e'1 might, ft'they deemed the (complaint

here A strll'"t'r"i)' ilin it for the first the same public I'l'irit.-I.llkr ( 'UN 1/wdl'I'. l'nginUII. hIlcriittndo munity. The place is regularly' laid out and founded, frivolous!! or malicious, enter judgment

the roadways placed in general good condition against: the complainant and surety,
me will be exercised by many surprises.There 11tHl the 'if
or complainant\ only, thero'tI'I! no
The preliminary nf the Rowland The farms: and orange groves! are
the back-
i.s.i a broad, solid road on surety flirt the costs.
Oi.n ;.TAIL Ih\n-| : My I old man, my PlulY l Railroad parsed three miles east of tho well cultivated, the forest trees\ removed,
ane of the island, running on the skirt of The purpose( of tho act of IHTii J \ in so far
lands mixed with oak, cabbage: palmetto and r.llherl'hl Tiger Tail, gone ; big 'oll'l'p-no Ilcalof Crystal river Inhe direct line of and things) : are in such an advanced state as the act I of 1871 i.s concerned, was not to

and the get lip) no mun!'e," These were the words in the road: approaches: so near Crystal river, that it seems impossible is: the work impose any additional liability on the complainant
pine growth, terminating among which Tiger told us at 1i.1I11ot': the and but to restrain the justice from refusing
young to the road of four But muscle pluck
orange groves bordering the east side, of we think it would )pay dellect only years. to 1 issue a warrant in his more: discretion -

Oratigo Lake. Hon. n i, 11.: Fairbanks and death of the old chief. Tiger Tail was nearly from its direct course sit sufficiently to touch i will tell, guided\ by experience. and intelligence. under tho act of 1871, because. time

I having the business carried on nt ninety years: of age; tall of stature, over the waters edge at that' point, I for the sake I But the cllbrts of the settlement complainant:\ could not give surety or security

others arc road six feet. proportioned and! agile event at of the \largo increase of freight that would have not been confined to private enterprises It says to the justice you shall not,
them at that point. Pursuing a crossing if such
} oven complainant cannot give security -
his advanced His hair was white, and! been found trt lo
age. The of alone Time
be secured
by so doing. advantages
tho Peninsular Railroad which runs refuse! to issue the warrant if there
trough the island, And running towards tf cupper his eyes: somewhat dim, and these were our coast: are not to be overlooked by railroad things! of a more public nature A tdwn seems. to bp 'probable grounds for belief nf

end of Cross Creek, connecting the really tho only outward signs of age., ..I1i1IH1I11H'r companies prospecting for a remunerative hall was long since erected Highways: as! the guilt of the t accused, and the comphiip-

was very dignified, amid he was noted location of their line Our coast rivers stated, have been constructed, a church society nut will make affidavit; that hoorsho is: notable
of the two lakes dense hammock -
waters great a to pay costs. It does not take from the
for integrity III his, dealings lie seemed to bordered large'bUllic.4 of the richest and school organized. A new schoolhouse -
is penetrated, and this i is the general are by : justice" however thc power in fwnmittultjciiininntions
character of the land around the rim of the command the respect of all the younger Indians hammock I\lItll'lne lands: peculiarly adaptedto : : is to be built next week. Mr. J, K, to adjudge costs against the

lakes. Hero i is found almost every kind of and was always welcomed by the gardening and fruit vulture,; .\ railroad :Smith: of Cambrldgeport) Mass., donated a complainant\ if he shall find, upon such '
whites of our :settlement,; lie would have and committAl l hearing, the complaint to bo unfounded
since for
woodland tree common to the hammock touching the heads of these rivers would induce lot some time public purposes, frivolous or malicious.
made a fine ideal for an Indian romance, thousands to these the\ citizens all the untlmntl'rlllll1l'c If
lands in Middle Florida. Stately magnolias gardeners occupy) money the act of 1870\ has any efi'ect upon the

and palms with their foliage, oaks, and sometimes! would in his appearance lands: and their produce. would compose a essary for a good, substantial schoolhouse" act of 1877, it I is only as to tho issuing warrants

furnish stores green of acorns and jU'itifCouper in his: pictures of Jhiii-gn- large percentage of the freights, and the conveyance I whil.'h111 bo erected on it and! completed under section 2, but it does not withdraw .
hickories, etc., from tho complainant the protectionwhich
c'houk"ortime father Uncas. lie was fully of to them would bo I next week The citizens, generally will
nuts for birds and squirrels, and pines of supplies another section 15.affords, in requiring the
I them all. The soil conscious: of his: advanced age, though his largo item. It is not generally known turn out and build l the house.: Other improvements juries, to certify In their verdict that the
huge proportions overtop
( appearance( indicated! a long lease of life, he all\ indicating complaint was without probable cause, before -
dark mold. There but it i is! nevertheless true, that a largo pro : are Constantly going on,
I is a deep
often alluded to himself as "old! too much1and and judgment can bo rendered against him
finest the thrift
the I prosperityof
borhood settlers on the island, furnishing portion oysteisshippedalloverthe progress for costs.

about thirty scholars to the school. They unable to hunt as::! when he was: a country as Cedar Key oysters. :;, are gathered the settlement.-1'ittnninCounty/ / Journal. Such Is my view of the case you present,

have elbow room between their :settlements! "young; man" on account of his failing from the beds' along the const between SIC fU teem so far as! it concerns your duty to a complainant.
!sight ; sometimes he would come to trade, .
and Homossassa rivers. TIll finest
and while pursuing their husbandry: pay I Crystal : SrnmiiiNK.N: POOL.-Quito freak of nature
f Xot being: tho adviser of the board ofcounty
bringing a few farm articles, gophers, etc.,
much attention to thorcaringof stuck The! rills fish obtainable 1'1'011tho Oult'of Mexico are was discovered this week in digging a commissioners, I feel some hesitation

r, L range first attracted parties engaged in tIll and in his canoe would lay his old caught from the fishing grounds lime Hernando well at our residence, now being completed. in Raving what their duty to you Is, under .
faithful !servant of past years, and as he the circumstances in the absenco of
coast. addition to these Ilil1lorl'ntlines n
cattle business. But since I the railroad to do tho work
now, Butler Dabncy, employed ,
looked it, shako his head, say "no goodno ; l request} from them far such expression.Yours ; ,
,has penetrated it, thero will come a change more long time kill plenty.1' This: after of export from. this Ill'dillIh'all1hlp:! struck hard clay about fifteen feet below the truly GKO. P. RANEY.Mr. .
in this-respect. TJie/ population will increase, aJHlllIlv'lIturC he lines can bo established between Crystal surface. Ho hail worked through four or : ( J.f A, Richardson) Luke Maitland,

+; ..and attention will be given principally realizing the life of daring river and New Orleans, bringing: : Western five feet of this", clay, which was! very hard, Orango county, Fla.
had led, and for which ho hail many scars! to ,
raising su al'-caIlC, cotton, fruits and vine produce for transportation over the railroad.: when, to his: surprise, his iron crowbar suddenly
show! was bad to sec So the sudden messenger For these and other reasons, we conceive .1 Onl:.1'l: Ti3inr.ii 11I QI0.1.
's yards. On the eastern side, on the mainanilQndtheborder disappeared, followed by half of tho
: ) ofLochluosaLake, there lightning, which.called him to the that, should the Rowland: lilull'} Railroad bottom of tho well, lie was not long inleaving Tho' limo agricultural capabilities of British .
happy( hunting grounds'scented like a (Columbia' are not great, tho Toronto
f decide to locate its line close to the Gulf fays
number of settlements On almost
pine-land well and it. Ii
are a that mysterious: (ilubc its mines
kind release from the ills that follow age. are, very rich
the west at tho foot of the lake, and on the after I hard 1 coast, it would pursue a Very !lhort-i htl',1 intrude+ \ that he did not cave in with and, from the recent report of Prof (ft Dawson -

margin of Cross Creek, i is the orange grove Many years ago, fighting as a policy to neglect tho heads}" tf Crystal and tho crowbar. A large number of (citizens of tho geological survey, its!: forests appear \
young warrior, ho accepted the :situation; ; the other coast 1'i\'el''Ior: Hcrnando). county.SntiNu. to be of vast importance. Already theAmcricali
of Mr. Joseph B. Blake. At that point went to witness! the cause of lime disappear*
admitted tho white man's power, amid"adwised \ lumber trade of Puget sound is
-fool'l't'il/tJ/ ,
f there was an almost impenetrable wild sour a role of peace as tho host for his'fol- ( omcent' anccjif time crowbar! and found at the bottom Very considerable. Many first\ class: mills

which by a great amount of LCl'Y.IcJ.J'JlUU of cool Imvtt been established! in tho various
f orange grove, low the. writer he of the \\subterranean pool : !: inlets,
ers.s near as can learnt, '
,, labor he reduced to an orderly grove by chief for his continued .-ACmit'wo mile's from clear! soft( and very palatable water. Placing several of them )being the exduxivo supportof

thinning out cutting the stumps he wishedto was deposed as Otter creek, on Rev. )[1'. Kl/y's: place. in hilt in the descended to tillages containing fcjO or TAX)inhabitants.
ladder well
friendliness to the whites: and "Jlalelue/ ," a long wo Tl daily capacity uf nine largo establishments .
remain a few inches a"bovc tho ground Hammock, hero. is a Jill(! mineral spring: and found it to
who is more warlike in his, feelings, becamo examine; I \\'ollli'I'fllll'"ol: mentioned by tho A'orl/iii'i'stern Lmn-
and budding them with the sweet orange. which was visited by a correspondent a bo perfectly round, measuring: ; twentyfivefeet berumnnIs1)10.001)/ feet B. JI I., and tho total

.4 The steamer Alpha, plying on tho two lakes, his successor as war chief. Young: Tiger: short time since lie says: the water resembles In diameter. Tho depth of water is product of,time Puget Bound mills ill put at
Tail, of course, being hereditarychieftain! tho White :: in Hamilton [,HNIOIJO) () feet In Juno! lust tho cut was 2l0,-
takes his fruit from his wharf and deliversit Sulphur Springs .
but too young to supplant) his father at tho from t twelve to fifteen feet, as" far as examined OoO.OOO( ) feet! and tho output ul'time region instated

+ on the wharf of the Peninsular ltaitruad.t' time the change was made. Old Tiger Tail county in taste and I'mclIt\ i is very amid from tho wirfaco of I tin! water to to bo _},oonOoo feet a year exportedto ( .

Around the western rim of-Lochloosa lake, cold and boils: up in considerable quantity the oval wall above! is from one to three Iht, foreign countries t :::!,),OOOtOl) (feit used at

i the same rich hammock laud attracted some would bometimes, : speak of the past, when One drawback to it, however, is that it !stops so that it is no trouble for a person standingon home, and 150,000,000( ) feet sent to California
Tallahassee was an outskirt trading place, Tho I Industry has!: not yet been 811 extensively -
f ,rct of the old Middle Florida planters running in very dry weather. The water obtain of it
many when Generals: Jackson, Barney and Worth; ladder to a good view wjth- prosecuted: in British Columbia, but the
r years ago; among them Captain James :\1, them of the time doubtless contains valtiablo mineral I qualities [ out getting wet This underground pool is forests arc there, and stand as a potential

t Hunter, Captain Augustus II. Johnson and were waging war against and as it is so near the railroad it twenty-three feet below tho surface, and source of great, wealth to the province. Prof.
when Semlnolcs were hunted like beasts by should he and Dawson states (that 110,000,000 !acres or twothirds
analyzed brought to light. i
Robert H. Hall Messrs. Hunter and
blood-hounds and of exile eight or ten feet of the end of tho building of the whole Vancouver
starvation or province including -
Hall still reside there and also the family of .\ few days spent in limiting game and
his tried and little b\litlill extends over it.-Leesltnra .Jdt'uwtI. and Charlotte Wands, are covered
staring ::! dcsparing :
Captain Johnson That lako region and the \ drinking this water would be fine recreation with timber Tho Douglas fir or Oregon pine

,I 1 island arc peculiarly adapted. to the fruit the_face, how_ they came to tho Kverglades to the weary ones.-C'rdur Key Jouriuil.GAME ltd IL1c0.11) "01'1:S. !is tho !most valuable! commercial tree. It-
and pines of extreme l Southern Honda, is round Vancouver Islands
: adjacent
vegetable an(1'ine businesses, to which IN LEW COUNTY.-All who arc fond -
to the -I)tit parallel of latitude from the
where the water courses hid their trails and i ,
Florida is destined to bo chiefly devoted. they subsisted eumpty and such other foodas I of the rod and gun should visit Cedar Key. Tilt \FI.OHIIU SOUTHEUN RAILWAY, FICOMMILLWOOII : coast to and along tho eastern slopes of the

But it is not less fruitful in tho productionof Tho surrounding country oilers as fine an : TO Ocvi.A,-Wo learn that tho .Rocky mountains.* near and about Fort

all staple Held crops than the choice lands nature provided, and required no tell-tale opportunity for hunting and fishing as! can I contract for time construction of the Florida George ; northeastward as fur as McLeod's
smoke to how they battled pursuit, Lake, at Jacla\: lake at Babino lake and tn
of the State; Tho facilities for transportation probably bo found in tho State. On the Southern Railway 1'1'011Iflllwoo.l to Ocala other localities.{
and became once more a people Of course, many This tree frequently
,' afforded by tho steamer on tho two coast there are numerous" varieties: of birds I was: signed this week and given out to C. II.Williams exceeds eight feet ill diameter above the
but old
few of
great lakes, and the Peninsular and Florida Tiger's: companions remained ; and excellent fish, and in tho country, tho I +, J'isq.{ the gentleman who constructed ground, anil! towers to height of from 200
death claimed many of them, others were. funmesl Gulf to :200;( feet, forming great and dark forests.
far Hammock which {
Southern Railroads, will tend to fill up that extends I a largo portion of time Peninsular!
transported Arkansas.!!. Osceola, whom he Musts for export uronowcdoctagomtlly from
10 wholo section with .a new population to often spoke of sleeps! in front of the through the county, abounds with deer and Road from Orange lake here. Wo regard i it 20 to :U2 inches diameter amid
add strength and wealth to the old.-Gainesville para- turkeys in abundance. One would bo surprised peculiarly' )' fortunate that this genial and long. Tho western hemlock, which grows

Advocate. pet near the main sallyport of Fort Motil- to sec how numerous these. are after energetic gentleman should havo taken much larger than the hemlock<< of the 'eastern .
trie, Charleston Harbor, and on the blab I provinces I is also", found
wo havo so long enjoyed the venison sent to charge of tills (toIs) important brunch everywhere
According to the provisions of law Comptroller very
) which marks his grave are inscribed the throughout;: the region of abundant rainfall,
Barnes has transmitted( l to tho Assessor words : Chllftain'arrlur Patriot! Tiger our market. A gentleman of our town, of tho road! It is a guarantee that the work being particularly tine and largo in the Char-

of Revenue, Mr. George; "'. Hawthorn, who has recently been on a hunt in the will nut only ho executed III a masterly lotto Islands! : Tie other most: important
Tail lived to his
warriors mad
sec song hammock, tells us that there is little trouble tree tlr the province is tho red cedar, wfiicimgruw's
;. an assessment! against railroad property In manner, but that wo shall celebrate its completion
daughters grow to man and womanhood, hero to prodigious 'size. Before
t this county, to \bo incorporated in the tax and to find them slowly but surely\ accepting in finding plenty of game Deer can be us soon MS it is: within the power of long, \sbenlhegr0atplainsleconieInEuluus t ,

books. The valuations are-for the Transit killed by still-Inanting or, if preferred, by man to build it. Tho benefit that will accrue the mines and forests of British Columbia
the march of civilization
Railroad, $109,700; for the Peninsular Railroad which ho could chasing with (lug"' Turkeys are nearly tit us from the construction of this: roadis will )boof.vast importanceasasourceofsup
foresee! l long: ago. Of his immediate family, and old bruin will In to ply for the northwest territories, unj the Pacific .
$110,650. The total State tax'to be paid grown come spice inestimable, opening out, us it will, the
one eouundtwodaughterssurviveliimr. The Railway company) will find no mnalltrufllu
b"y; the'two'Li 1 $2,531.28. and the total county oldest married. The the child of the occasion.-Cedar AVy Jwrnal. richest portion of our county-theold plantations in lumber. *
$4.6t0.15.-.The( County School::! Board have 1."t II(UII. disused since time war, the virgin ,
his is called "'oolkee
0l,1uge, a bright
4 appropriated about $.>,500 for the current There are at least fifteen hundred people whose massive: growth indicate the liuHt-OJJlco Kotlce.Office .

school year. The school tax amounts tot girl Tail,of the about son t eleven of a former years, and young who Tiger filial living within a radius of one mile of the value of their soil-and' must bring in on Its Jfuurt Front 8.00; A. M. to 0.0") vt )io
R something more than $0.800), and besides courthouse in Palutka. There are seven iron bosom bitch an influx( of immigration, Money Orders and IU.-gi.stcred letter from

)+ ) this the county will receive a thousand or about three years ago. The son is in manner churches, two public schools and two private industry and wealth u.s Marion county had 8.00; A. u. to 1:00: ) r. )t.; and from :2.00 i% u.
a like his father, in looks like his mother, I' to 3ilJ: 1'. M. t Sundays from 10:30: to U:O A. J|
The .
ones. most prominent of the lat
fifteen hundred dollars from the State, its scarcely ever hoped for in her most visionary
arid will doubt make able snecesseirto
share accruing from the investment of the no an ter is the Academy of the Sacred Heart, and sanguine moments. To )Ir. \\ II. AttUIVALM> PKI'AUTUKB or 1IIK MAII,
his father in his official line. The old
ono mill general bchool tax, and sale of which will accommodate thirty pupils, under llamas due the support of our entire I jft- Jfbrtheru Jftil--\rrln'lt dally at 10:25: A. M.

school land There is outstanding against will be missed: by his people| probably, the charge of several sisters of the congregation pie, and we heartily grunt him ours with Closes ". 6-00 1', *,
not mourned death is them Kttra.
us to a welcome Mail-
r the school fund warrants to the amount of of St. Joseph\ There are.two large the that his
hope new undertaking
call to happier spheres. So he may For joints north of Savannah
passes away, .
about $2,500 which, added to the appropriations and becomes a type of the past. He Way a saw-mills, a shingle factory one ginning establishment prove us much benefit to himself as it assuredly only, closet..............................10,00 j. u-,
made by the board makes the liabilities : fifteen or sixteen mercantile, the
will to of Marion
people county Cedar
A'eyaud liansftRailroad-
take him for
man, all in all, l shall not look

of the fund about $8,000, while its assets upon his, like again." ISDE.-3tatnl Cm-re ready-made clothing, boot and shoe stores, -Oca fa IACUII. Arrives................. .................... 4:00: r. M,

aggregate between $7iOOand $8,000, uot Key the which sell $1,000,000( worth of goods per .. Closes ..................,.........-.............. 8:45: A. M.
rjtondenre of
including tines and forfeitures that maybe Gulf. year; three drugstores, fix( hotels and several COSTS Iff JUSTICE COURTS.Mr. pat\ ,itvrMt

; Du,,"'. boarding-houses, with a for I .
obtained capacity has I
y from the Justices' Courts.-Gainei- Attorney-General Raney piveuthe .Arrives...................................... 4:00 J'. ti.
rille Sun and flu, The /lint regular shipment of oranges from one thousand! guests ; u banking-house, rail. following opinion, which appears in the loses( ...........................*..*......... fcf 1'ft W! r. N.J.cbfJlf&'ilk .
this State will take place next week Captain road tubes and car-shmps! gun and paint Orlando Jlfjtortcr; and
4 Columbia. j.OrrieK Ili'rr-

Rice of the steamer Okeehutnkce,cxjtect-s to shops( liquor and billiard saloon, public or ATTOU.NKY, : GKXKKU ) .Arrives.....................l0:2..t.:: u. 600... ta,
The oraiye\ crop of this county will be bring down about thirty boxes! from the halls, large warehouse, a lint-class dock, STATIC ur KLOHIIM, } .
TALLAn14s5r. Closer ..............,........1000. N, 5.00 p. tt,
larger than the people| had an Mea of considering Ocklawaha river on Tuesday He says that ,two weekly newspaper, contractors' 8hullII) September 1,1X.$I:
DKAK SIB Justices( of the peace acting St. Jfary't and Tfnder'i Ml J/ail-
the very severe winter. Should the the oranges are now ripening rapidly, and tint-class bakery cigar and barber shop, under act of 1877 referred to (chap :iXiaJ) Arrives and .
t approaching winter be moderate look. the will in telegraph office masonic lodge fire are tryiuy charged with crime Tuesdays Friday lit 2:31) k >I,
we shipping season mating be full company I'artks o-s distinguished Closes MoiulayH and Thursdays<< at 8.00: A. ts.
% for a full crop next winter1.---.\ little barefooted blast.-Wednesday a log;train bound forMr. l h.ldaIl8.lawyel'll, and pretty much every- making preliminary exam '
inations of with a view tou ."t. JIll'' ., (iu.. onlyArrives -
boy stepped upon u caterpillar on J. Talidferru' camp ran off the track thing that U found in a tlrst-claay and pro. whether ; .
certuining thero is /
sufliclcmmtgruund.4 Mon-bys and Thursdays at $.)O ,
Wednesday, and the insect stung him all) severely at Baldwin \\'c informed >rive Southern town If had the M
are that iho grem wo ( fur requiring) to appear for trial be Tiuwluy and Fridays ftt 5fc3O p. 11.
t '. that in ft few moiaeuu )hU foot was switch: near the tank hud teen left open and houses the |ptilation of Palatka would' bo fore another tribunal. Such trust determine'} WislnmlayiundH4t''lay\ .>ftU> 0 i4, );.

badly swollen.' Singularly the whole size of : the engine and about half of the car Were doubled! within Ihr..,,..tal'll.-J'lttllllllt. Cvuaty the guilt or innocence of the accused, and Close Tuesday, W"odut"Nw !

the caterpillar WM markol upon the fitot ; e\'I.1 thrown off. The engine urn turned JlUf It'll, in them JIM judgment can be rendered un Frlilaymuul $tUtunla.I tjj.5: )n *;t-
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- ;, r OLI ;t friend. She caught my eye inn moment, 'help 'Ot out of such a disgraceful scrape a .Let mo wok you one, Instead," she !ail how ;poor little Ida, with her simple anti.
./. StJ"I peering, out of a second-class: wlllll.whe second time." I tweaked out into the garden more seriously.': .Do you think 11 at tasteful traveling gowns, would feel when
: had tI.1IIC that "she, was not well off-and to wait for her: und felt that the burden the kind of person for a I'enln procto'swif she found herself cast in the midst! of (these
\ Seven white roses! on one tree I thought I should have sunk in the grountwhen of 1rdor.hi". : was more than I ,'? You say I suit your abstract requirements gorgeous silks and. these costly satin grena
." Seven white loaves of blamelc'Illca\'clI! she jumped \lightly out, seized my could endure. rl'I. but one can't get married in the ab ( I l'Look, for example, at that pair now
:. Hevcn white sails on one soft sea, hand warmly nnd cried. out quite We called duly upon Ma that very hour, I'trlc. you know. Viewed concretely, don't strolling along from Spring avenue'a New )i
Seven white swans on one lake's Ice, audibly York in the'l'rr coolest of American ti
Ameriian \' y and Ida certainly behaved herself remarkably I'm about the most unuitablelielpmate exquisite!
in her faintly VOI
Seven white Ho wcrl ike !'tatlln! heaven, pretty and New York
dear )1 r. Payne J 1 lain so glad you've come to well. She wiis( so charmingly frank 1111l.rctY.lhc you could. possibly light upon ? summer suiK a clrgnntc
';.. All are types unmeet to hi meet rue.rill see lifter my baggage- so simply i to Annie "The profound con ciou! For n birthday's crown of "seven.Not no, luggage you you call it In England: don! 't i uplogiz.1 tl English: etiquette and fact," I replied carelessly. has but graceful gray silk dress gold bracelet. '.

.. the radiance of the roses! you ?-nnd get I. It sent up to the Randolph: she was so IIh\"lou ruilelcll and 1110'nt.h'lrl1II" made (struggle in I hopeless sort of way ,lailondrrinA',the and finest every and other item in I(
her Annie herself against the irresistible impulse to { to eOitunH cotl't
? propose
Not the blessing rf the bread please, at once 11 C\'CI
Not the breeze that! ere day prows is Was ever proctor so tried on this earth ? who I mii"t confess! 1 typical don's you ever since I saWOl first. Hut 1 suppose What would, Ida do in a crowd sich
,' Fresh for sails and swans, and, close ]Hut I made nn effort to smile' it off. 'My( wife-was gradually mollified. To my great senior proctors arc much (the same as Woll'nlll that ?-Why--gracious heavens
is she could not come to meet surprise Annie asked her to dinner enfninill other men. moths about the !-can it be?-No, it 'an't.-Y,
above the sun's spread, !sister so sorry O\'l'l Thet'lko
I When Wings the j-lurshine: un the snow ,M i you. MNs Van Ui'nj elner.: I said. in III)' ? the same evening, and suggested that candle, and o\Ncolne the temptation it Ilut-Wll, to be sure, it positively)' is- I
sorrow shed. loudest voice, for I saw all lho+e twelve sinister i 1 should make an arrangement with the junior of singeing their '
Sweet as sleep on ,undergraduates( watching afar off with proctor to'take my work and join the .1(I had any notion of accepting you," .My first impulse was to lean over the balcony \

Nothing sweetest! nothing; best t. eager curiosity ; but !she has sent me downto party I consented, not without serious! misgiving said l Ma reflectively. .I should nt least have: and cult out to ler. as I would have
Hold"l1) good and sweet a treasure carry you otf in her stead, and !she begs *, but I felt that if Ida wns reallygo the consolation knowing that you ,ldn'tIlak called l out to a friend I chanced to
As the love wherewith once blot you won't think of going to (the l 1'andolph: tag to stop A week it would be well t to put ,' anything by your bargain ; for my see pacing in Magdalen, quad Not an unnatural .
Joy crows holy, grief takes: rest, but will come nnd make her house! your the best face upon it, and (to show her up in t(1 hnn.fired ;dollars would just amount to impulse, either: seeing that in spite
Life, half tired with hours to measure, )home as long as you stay in Oxli.tI.' I 1'1I.\t. coinpunv with Annie ns often us I,"" illc. the three hnwltl'lll year which you would of my own prevarications to myself, I had
Fills his eyes and lips and breast tl'rcIIII\.II', that the twelve odious young That might just conceivably take the have to give with your fellowship.{ after nil really como ncro s the Atlantic on ?,
J With most light and breath of 1'Icn"utl': men, who were now forming) a sort of'urreg- off the keen iJhlll' of ullln'r'"t'UIHIII "Quite !O, U\answered ; "I see you come purpose to see her. Hut on second. thoughts
ular( circle around us u would, be completely To cut a long story short It\: her of 1 businesslike nation ; and I, ns former struck me that even Ida might perhaps i
; As the rapture unpolluted, crushed by that masterly I'trokc-thmlg, WICk, and I got through it very creditablyafter bursar of IIIV college, nm I man of business find such a proceeding 1 trifle UI'OI'CI- ;
As the l passion undcfllcd, what on earth Annie would; say nt being: all Annie 1hlnt 1kc'l brick, ns myself. :tilt; i have no reason for concealing i tional, especially now that she was Ilhit .1 ;
I. By whose force all pains heart rooted saddled, with this Yankee girl fur a week I soon I the first WIS though friml'OU the fact that I have a private income in such passing splendor. Besides, what did .
Aro transfigured and tr.insinuted, hardly dared to fancy, for Annie was n pro she 1 is married ton professor of dry bones '(about four I hundred I year, besidesuniversity it all mean ? The only rational answer I
Recompensed and recoiuilcd fessor's wife und (the dignity of professors:'( (comparative; osteology oUltry \\.I. but appointments worth live hundred ('ouhle myself when I fairly squared thequestion ,
Through the imperial, undisputed, wife I is almost as serious a matter, as that ofa means no more than wh(1 you COIC to more, which; would, not go with the fellow I was that Ida, must have got suddenly .
'resent! godhead of a child. senior proctor himself think of it), she I is n woman nt heart in ship... married to 1 wl'nlhfelo.countn'
Imagine: mv horror, then when Ida answered spite of it all. Ida hud the IOot winning Do r'allthink me sordid (enough man. and that the : II
: Brown bright eyes; and fair bright !head! with her frank "mile and !sunny: charming, confiding manner, and she wus to VOI such con"iderutions?'' was in fact none other than her newly-ac
t I; Worth a worthier crowli than this is, !, voice "Your sister I did'nt know you had, so pleased with (Oxford, with the colleges, .elrl If I Ilill I wouldn't have taken the trouble quired hu.IlIel I had thought my philosophy '

Worth a worthier song instead, a Istl'rn,1 anyhow, I have'nt come to the libraries, the gardens, the river (the to you them. I merely mentioned ljain-t any such small defeat
a Hweet grave wise round mouth full fed see your sister\ but yourself. And [I'd better bouts, the medkevul, air, the whole place, f thatshit the facts for their general ilt'rl'.t.: and not to my : ; but when it aClall'ale'to \'
e With the joy of love whose bliss, I is goto I the Randolph straight. I'm :- More than mortal wine and bread I shall fed more! at home tl.ere.: You my sister even discovered incidentally Well, then Mr. I'ayne, you !-hal have I was, after all, very unphrlosophicnlly
Lips whose words: are sweet as kisses. Ida love with Ida[ Van Renssclacr. The amtilcrgraduate
can come round and. see me whenever you that bad 1 little fortune of her own my answer-No.1 merest

little,. hands glad of riving, like, there; nnd I mean you to !lo\me all nmounting to some !.'50':) A year, which, Is it final ?" could, lot have felt 1 sillier 1 1
so Oxford, ; (' here, though it doesn't count for much in America Is anything human except one's flutter than that which agitated both auricles
Little heart htd of love, Il\1col tnal.
Little soul glad of living, I ghtnced' it the open-eared' UI.d'rratllatc would be a neat little sum to 1/1\1 likeuuysclf twenty-ninth birthday ? ,' it to be and ventricles of my central vascular
so swift hours !, and felt that the game was in England and, she shrewdly observed (final for, the present," ant..the subject then organ-as! 1 senior proctor I must really
the arc weavingLight
While with strong darkness! above, I could never face th(1 again !, in 11:' sensible, businesslike manner dropped." ns the papers :\. about the debates draw the line ut speaking outright of my
i Time for mirth and (time! woven for grieving, rl'ulII.,): everything,,take orders, and that it wIUII.qlitc' make up for the in Congress .Let us huvc done now II'art I seized my lint rushed down the ;

Plume of raven and plume of dove fly to a countryrectory.. At least, I thoughtso possible loss' 1la lalcl fellowship. I with this troublesome verb altogether, and hrul,1 staircase and walkedrapidly, along!
on the spur of the sinnant.Itnt um not exactly \what you cull t marrying conjugate our return to Oxford in/t'II1 Ice Uroudwuy. in the direction the pair hae
i1 I can give you but a word something must clearly! be cole. I icouldn't titan-at (least I know I had: never got mar what bunches of fritillaries \ Icver taken Hut I ('oulllsce nothing of them, llI.1
I Warm with love therein for leaven, I'tulllllll argue out the {\\itl ried before ; but ns: (the week wore on, and I saw anything prettier, except the orange I returned to Congress Hall in despair.
i Hut A song I that falls unheard Ida] before twelve young fiends, IIOrln. c'Ollnll'elloalinl frtlllgilI noting show lilies in Nett Hampshire. I you like, you That nfght I thought about many things,
ii' Yet on ears of sense unstirred. forced. bye I group of |irters ; 111 cl'ter., COlrH', always assisting : may come to America season You and slept very Jit tie. I came hOle to meoIewhlt
I is to for sake I feel that would viviSly if Ida 'was really
I ;It t Yet by song so far from heaven Ililllltluc strah'd'aly-tlt: propriev's began to enjoy our woollnne1" !
;; I Whence you came the brighcst bird a Y"I cln go la11101pl. the procorI Lcn (conquered by the man. .Where ;halllnt you married I should probably feel more grieved
it even; years since, of seven times !lC'CIl.A. of course, if you wNh, Miss I'I\.lal'r. I fel 10t .uol11.1 tlllolledh' in .At and disappointed than atoned pessimist philosopher
{oJ) _-" C. Nit'inbnrne.; I s "IVnlyeucouieandshownletvhic11to I Ida l\lllfl'llil, ) rOOIS, 'ha\eel When ?" ought ever to feel at the ordinaryvcxtitiousness
i is your luggage? Here, 'Ol sir," one of with thc pretty view frollr windows over .. .1:1: from July the first." of the universe. Next, morning
't} [1 III I Tin. macron's it OUT\r. the little angrily, I fl'nr"eolellcl :rI.lalll bridge, and the beautiful gardens, .<\n.! : saint, after a moment's reflec however, I rose early and breakfasted.not .
il. : Iorl'rs-t, ,\"' boxes, will you :1,1 l'ritic.t Joulccl with real tion. If I stick to my fancy for tlyingintothe without n most: unpoetical aplctite. on
l % r"" A TALE OK TWO CONTINENTS. In A minute I had, secured the boxes, nnd wa' ( her ; she S.III- candle you will see me t there If I white fish h, buckwheat pancakes
: 1 wai positively blinded. I could hardly went out for u cab. There was nothing lef fresh, so real und so genuinely delightedwith change my mind it won't matter much to lent watermelon. After breakfast, refreshedby
t ,, read the note, u neatly written little square but a single hansom.< Demoralized us I wa (the new world which opened I before either of us." the meal, I sallied forth like a true
shrct of paper ; and the words seemed to took it, nnd put Ma, inside. Drive to Lech- her. It was almost her first glimpse of the So we paddled back to Oxford, talking all knight-errant, under the shade of a white !
nwliii before my eyes. It was in the very lade Villa, the (Parks." I whispered' to theeubbythat true interior Europe" nnd she was fascinated the way of indifferent subjects, of Engl.1,1lllour cotton !sun-umbrella, instead of 1!shield to
r \'.. thick of Hinnnier term, and I, Cyril Payne, was Annie's address-and I with it. us nil better American minds inVariably English villages, and enjoying the search for the lady, of my choice. Naturally >,
,. M. A. Senior; Proctor of the University! J jumped' in beside my torturer. As we droveup are when they feel the charm of its p'ncefulgn'enn(' s of the trees and[ bunks.It ItutIIY, steps first towards< the springs);
I Oxford, was calmly asked, to undertake the by the Cornmnrket I could sec the contrast with their own hurrying bUitllj. t was half-past six when we got to Suiter's and at the very second of them all I luckily ill
solo charge for a week of a wild American teas und scouts of Halliol lend John's lushroomvorlel The sl't eaII'< barge, anti I walked with Ida us far as the came upon Ida all the man in the tweed 1 sus
h girl, traveling alone, and probably expecting eagerly outut the unwonted sight of 1111 l'II0Ih. nnd whel Wi Randolph. Then I returned to the college, suit, lounging as before and drinking thl'watl'l'
; mo to run about\ with her just as foolishly as I senior proctor in full academicals, driving drawing to nn end I had half made up my feeling very much like an undetected sheep- luzil y.
I I had done at Nice. There it lay before me, through the streets of Oxford t hanun mind to propose to Ida Vail Uensselaer. stealer and had 1 furtive sort of dinner Ida stepped up as if slit had fully expected
I that awful note, in its overwhelming! conRIMCM cab with I lady by his side. As for Ida, she The day before she was to leave she toldus served up in my own room. =Next' morning to meet me, extended her daintily-
.a I CM, without hone of r6spitc or inter remained, happily; unconscious, though I :she wjllel not go out in the af'I'noollo I confess it with a sigh of relef. that Annie gloved hall with the gold! bracelet, nnd !aid
; '" : was: simply crushing. 1lall'lllll'r none'I the Il'1 for it. In her native I determined to I'trl down und I saw Ida Van HI\ from the as unconcernedly as possible: You have !
: Jfytcar Mr. 1'iiynt : I am coming to Oxford wilils I knew that such: vagaries werepermitted they by myself llnje,' "-a smallboat !station'en route for Liverpool. I was quite come two days latl Mr.[ I'ayne.1
as. von advised I me. I shall.arrive toeInorrov I by, the rules of society ; but she with rom in it for ;occasion de 1 fortnight bf')rill could face my own bull .So it 1l''IM. I Ilswerl'll U'cat "Monsieur
by the 10:1.: A. M(. train, I\IHIlI\eal1 ought surely to have known (tat in Europe mandsWhen I reached the Itlley Lock dogs unabashed, and I bowed with a wan rotre innrlf'1 And \1\'d hand interrogatively -
I to stop at the Halllllph.| I hope you will they were not admissible. imagine my horror ut seeing Ida thc.mid- and guilty smile upon my face whlne\'C toward the stranger, for I hardly
,r' kindly show me all the lions. Yours, j !sincerely "In\ VAN UKNBSEUVER.", turned the corner of (lrfax. .I am taking herself down the river in canoe. I cupped me in the High till the end of term. Ah., Dh'I.eli, r!" she cried heartily, innn
?; It was dated) Tuesday, and this was ,Wednesday 'eon (to my sister'. K\'I+e Ill)' frankness: < if ran my dingey close beside her drove herremorselessly I believe they never missed nn opportunityof undertone, nnd I felt my vascular system +
: morning. I hadn't opened tnyjlcttera I tell you that, according to I Kuglish nnd especially against: the bank und handed meeting me if they saw t chalHe open. once more the theatre of a most unacndem-
I before "c'lnJ.'l'\4t night's charges. at nine to Oxford l'ttlll" it wOII.lm'HI her out on the meadow before she could imagine I was glad indeed when long vacation came ical though lore pleasing palpitation .Allow '
o'clock, and it was now just! ten. In u moment do for you t" go to People's sense what 1 wns driving! ut."Now to ease me of my oflice and troubles. me to introduce vou. )Ir. 11\'ne..of
l,. the full terror of the situation flushed: of decorum wUI"1 be scandalized if theyCart =' )11.1 Van Rensselucr I said ) Oxford, my cousin< )lr.
I upon me. :She hud started ;'she, was already that :11(1) had come alone to' sternly, "this- will never do. ,Jicrculcan cock."
almost here : there was: no possibility, nf telegraphing the senior pri nnd was! stopping nt the efforts Annie and I have got ')this week II. I charitably inferred that Mr.[ Hitchcock'I
r ; to slop her ; before I could du Randolph. iun'tyouseeyoursetIiii very without serious scandal, und ut the lust moment Congress '" anything she would have arrived have odd it looks?" you endeavor to wreck our plans by the most comfortable hotels nt which I ever been unfortunately neglected, or else his
taken rooms, at the Randolph and 1 have Well, no," said Ida promptly ; "I think canoeing down the open river by yourself stopped. Of course it holds I thousand companion's energetic mode of denying her
come round 1 in her queer American manner you are n dreadfully suspicious people : you before the eyes of the whole university.Everybody guests and covers nn unknown extent of supposed conjugal relation with him could
t( I 1 i to cull upon mite There was not a momentto seem always to discredit everybody with the : wiltulk about the senior proc area ; it measures its passages: b the mile hardly I have appeared flattering to his
bo lost. I must rush down to the Million worst \ ". In .\IHrill. we think tor's visitor buying been seen indecorously all its (carpets by the acre. \)that goes \ Jalllly.
'l a 'r Wmeet {her-in full 1I1'1Ilclllical'l.'l'lvlt ple 11'11114 harlll.II.1 don't look after I 1'1'4.wi puddling about in broad daylight in I bOlt unsaid, fo it is I big American hotel ; but .My( cousin' has spoken of you to me,
sleeves and all, for u proctor must never be so sharply ns vou do. Hut 1 rCIl'al't go of her own." it is also 1 very pleasant and luxurious ole sir" said .Ir. HitlHock[ !oimlh'. "I understand :I,
'. I, seen in the morning; In mulli. If there had to your ;1 I'I.fM. I don't klllW I 'r. uti 1 "I didn't know there WI'any harm in it," even for America. I was not sorry on the that you ae most distinguished
been half an hour more I could have driven have tit 111'1 il\'itl'II Does she know 11 suid l [Ida penitently ; for she wus beginning 2d of July to find myself comfortably quartered luminaries of Oxford to
round by the parks and called for my l sister I coming V" to understand the real seriousness- of university (by elevator) in room No. 547- on the and I am welcome as lol.JI. e
Annie, who WAS married to the Ucv. The- o Well, 1 can't say she does," I answeredhexitutingly. : etiquette.cll. I fifth floor, with a gay lookout on Hroudwuynnd our Ironllto 'Ol

ai I "phlhlHhel'p"IIIIIkll., professor of comparative I .You !l'l" your letter only \ ," I II-wl'r(1 "it can't Ill helped the Columbia' Spring. After ten days I bowed and laughed never feel capableof
t osteology, and who might have helped reached me half an hour ago, and I IlnII Y"III.t my bout at once- ot dismal rolling on" the mid-Atlantic, nod making any other reply than bow and
mo out of the ,scrape. Hut as things .stood time to Il'l' her before I went to 111'c VIU." Ill send one of Haler'! Ill'l down to fetch I\' of hurry und, bustle in New York 1 laugh to tho style of oratory peculiar! to '' t
1 was' compelled to burst down the High "Then I ccrtaillwou't go : l I'II your ('allt'lul II.t row straight backto : I found it extrl'IlI' delightful to sit 11'JWI Amoiican gentelcn-anc then I turned to
t ., Putt its I was haul: u hun'om IIppO itot that's certain Oxford immediately.. at my case il : quarters, on broad, Ida. She pretty, as piquantand ,'
I the Queen's, and drive furiously to the station .Hut my' dcar.hiss: \11 UensM-laer"-- She obeyed me mechanically and I I begun balcony overlooking the leafy' promenade, as fresh us ever ; but what her dress
n in ,)have time to meet the 10;13 train. .='\01 the slightest use, I assure- you. I to "ni away for very life. "There's nothing to sip i my iced cobbler liken prince und' to could 1al was t complete puzzle to me. $
{ At all hiumLs, Ida Van Ucnsselucr smut nut can't go to a house where they don't tn'l for now," I said pensively, "except to watch that strange, new and wonderful holiday As she stood diamonds and all, jeweler's
M1, ,: K<) to the Randolph, 1\lIIIIIIUt bo carried otftj know I'm coming Driver, will you go to the projKise to you. I h.tlf' meant to do it before life which was unfolding itself before I sistantcuuldn'tharevulnetlherlitapenny i I '

t k Annie's whether she would! or not. (Ontho : Randolph Hotel, please?" I&Hlnow I've quite made: up m\,' mil'1 my eyes. Such} a phuntusluagoria of brightly less than six hundred I {,auntI In England;
;i Ii \ way down I had time to :arrange my I. sank back: paralyzed and unmanned.Tliis Will you have rue?" dressed women in light but costly: silks, of such n display in morning dress: (' v
I' \oulllla\
f plan of action and 1 before 1 rcal'll'llthe t station girl \vii.s one too \' for me. "MissVan Ma looked nt me without surprise but lounging young/ men in twccdsuitsandpuna- been out of taste ; but in Saratoga it seemed '
;r !: I thought 1 saw !jay way dimly nut of lienssellaer," I criedIn a last: despairing with a little pleasure in her face. "IVbatnnnsetse nia, huts, sulkies, carriages trotting horses, to be the height of the fa hiln.' i '
the awful scrape which this mad Yankee; lit, .do \''know that us senior proctor !r' she said quietly.' o I knew you string hands, ice creams, l1l'rV'ill drinks, \c walked along;; toward the )
girl hud HO inoonsidcrntcly! got me into. of (the university I have the I power to order were going to projiose to lie this afternoon, cool fruits, grl'el trees waving lilac 10tl where Ida and her (' :.Or3H1lni'J stay '
k i I had, mot Ida Van 1 Kensselacr the winter you away from Oxford, and that if 1 told amid so I.came out alone to keep out of )your blossoms, roses and golden sunshine I hlt my astonishment grew uj WNt*>ii meat F.1
hjfore at Nice. Wo stopped together;; at a tim ut the Randolph: lot to t.keoU. in, way. You hn'I't hud time to make up never seen till then, und 1111 JCH'r every step. However we had so much to
{pension t the Promenade. des Anglais, and thcWIII.III't dare. to do it'? )your lilllrc'I'rl' yet." see again, I doubt me, until I 'ln pay 1 say to one another about everything in
as I was away from xf"I'II-f..rl'\'I'1\\ a proctor 'Wll. reallyMr. Payne: I 1,111' say' you As : beautiful I, calm face 8'eol.visit to Saratoga. It Was a midsummer oral nnd Ma, was so unaffectedly pleased' gen at
s must unbend "ol\letlllwt-anll\s..he was II\{IIIC extraordinary medianul customs and, lovely eyes I forgot overytliing. In anrutneut Iat u ma of strawberries land I acacia my keeping my engagement, made half in
pleasant, lively young/ person with remarkably here, but )"I'UIII hardly II'al to send me I was over bend mud (:1 in I.vl flowers, gone mud with excessive mint julep. joke, that I found no time to unravel themystery.
I finu eyes: traveling Uy herself I had away mail force.. I shall (to (tlc again, and conscious of nothing else .Ida "After all." laio I to myself, "even it' Idon't Whel we reached the great doorway
; taken tho: trouble to instruct: her in Europeansoonery : I cried, looking at her "Ida !r' run Ida VanReiisseluer Ida
Hall..III. steu.I happen up against tlok 1 leave of me for (the time butmade u;
and Kuropjan: art. t She; IIItllfUlle\' Ilt.'It I Ilull to draw up "Ult'lll. =Now' pleas stop," Itlforc 1 cOll.1et I shall have tlkl'l us pleasant aholiday promise to call for her ,
1 lor being IIrlilllll.lllll to ,k her tosee hland: ; ly at I \I again early
; tl her to the office any further. "I what AS I could t'I-< found in old the
r !y U"l'eabrllnun.1 St. Tons, and all the other and to Il'CCIU\U bled ( Iha'"e l'xtIOr1lhapPlly" she said,
six1 \ with you're going to saYuu're going to say, Everybody: :Switzerlandand ; "I \ this
i. d district'\ picturesque little I'IUI'l'lIll1 the =Nice' couple of rooms before 'I I could, get away I I love you. Don't desecrate tlh verb Italy, so, happy thought, try Saratoga. I dious party-go a set of afternoon Boston to people t most/ te i,

}; which mi AIII'rkILIIIIIIIII'\'l'r dreamt hastily to the Ancient House of e.n\'Ot'a. by draggling) it more than it has On the other hall, if Ma keeps her tryst I I I know the style ; the best : ; you
r lIt' going to see before ; and when Ida went tion. where public business de Kuropean culture t
was being already 1''l'l draggled through all the hal have one more shot ut her in the shape bottled and corked as '
to Florence I happened. -unite! accidentally, layed by As I hurried i imported, and let out
my IhwIC' throughthe grammars nf every ) language.I've proposal ; al\lth'n. if she really means again by driblets with about
a, of CI'Ur.u-t ) turn up at the very same piiislon School; Jiudrangle I felt like a convicted conjugated to love, lrll'\. il English, no, l1hlll be none the worse off than if I ,I'I < champagne the:much spoiltaneousiicss ;>
; threo days later, where I her further malfaetor goin- to face his : .
gave judges, and( French t..rl:1 and ; Oll'\"ll'tmju. hud in England.: In which happy But I must fulfil l'l'on. 111.
lessons in till'1 urt of admiring the early self-condemned I by his i very face.That gated! it il L-ilin and Ialal, and, for aught; 1 go-lucky and ,philosophic frntne of mind.I canoeing on the Isis my at social duties here ;
(itO:hiteYltt masters O\n.ltho other treasures, ofJiotto's ; u- !soon I l iratoga. However,
Inlrl\ll. us 1111.1: gulled know, in .Isigl -Saxon and Coptic and Assyrian tat watching; t 1 l'ro\VI il Hroudway: after we mu-t ice a great deal
; of
( city. 1 was u bit collector down lunch I now that
mpclt'lind ; iiihoking b"Itrd'tuwn lflu I : us ; MI now have done with dinner, il to 3'01
Il't iitruuiijHe 111lI/WI. ) { youvc
w'I ready come sol
in inv rosins at Magdalen 1 (Hatter myself Parks mud saw ,\llil't first I thought it it forever conjugate some other verb Ida: if she would have me-or to drive down; expect you to call 11.1
marry me
go to
I that have I got the only one genuineH.ittieelli wljs a lu>|>eless tusk to convince her III 1,11 more worthy tho attention of two rational home again in the autumn joyous bachelor ," (the lake nt 10 o'clock tomorrow

.. in a private collection in 1 England.In Van conduct, WI". from und original human being-. .strikeout if she not turn I to her "
ll'II.dl'r 11'It.'r lun't01 11,1 up according Is that
spite of her ullt.ullcllIII'ri11. .\ of within the
savagery i nothing extraor a line fur \' ? attitude Irol't'lJng expansive
Ida: lad. 'u certain taste fur these t things, mill dinary. She persisted 1 in declaring I that :situ .Vuti.. 'quite\ mistaken," I answered prOII"C.'ry assume toward(cold-blooded the tender puss evidently my h..olls't! her the first !goitiK>-nii were not that I for I to be doubt after nil
lpl'.taJIl'.1 I ( WI.I.t going "I'IJWb.'ltl'1 ; but why should a sensible "Sir " she had ever had of that rl'ulllltctl. was bound, 'lrtl. 1J Mr. IIitchcock. answering for
us an
CtC 1 tht Ulih'litI I i way"tool; I meant to say nothing : of thirty-five think it to her .
IU go i land
or Kuropewhose: culture she hud not l'rl'' to remove the young! woman ut once fr"l | of the sort. What 1 did mean to say-and wild for a ) or two like necessary hobbledehoy : uf frtcdom, and ( ery
( suspected. It is: plea-ant to teach A the radius over which I 'cr. I lady can go where she dUosl unmoeste
I'll trouble it
'Ijht.lllllu 1juris- j to listen to und convert himself into
1 pretty pupil, and 1 in the impulse weak you atl'ntvI- a I perambulating; by !holo rrh'ollbonds :
a I pleaded I in \'ail that'I wus just this.: You H'I'\to me \11) *tat Lieofmitelancholy'simply; because one luirticularyonng I which bind the conventionality
oment-i was in a gondola at VeniceIv ladies in feet of
t Amcricaulwuy-traveledulone I :m.1that suited tu abstract as your European
my requirements woman out of thcnine hundred '
even told her that she should not leave for > any I women as cicely as the shoes of
nobody thought; anything of it. Anniejwrtinently other young I have ever met ; million estimated to inhabit this cnimjKHl
ali insigniti-
wOlun the
America without having seen Oxford. Of remarked that ( be Chinese bind' the feet of the celestial fe-
thatU' txcvllent if plll't'inclined to take Il', we might pus- cant planet has refused to print his [ stales"
1 fancied I that she
.t' course would bring achaperon. logic in New iuaivit-
waiqnlto Iihl\ arrange un t'n zeal her
1 Now she had taken me u at my un-Aribtotcliuii in Oxford.1 i "What a I I'I'nt"are !" she would name nuke upon \'i.itn., Ia Ida smiled at me with a smile t
f"IIUan you as good a I pl''ntar
!L worl.Jut/ b I ho hud I comu ulone. I bail;\ your American friends l'tll to Rome. site on innocently. .You don't promise at welt all any other gill of Cyril Payne I waved her hand, graciously, lightly r

brought it all upon myself undoubtedly ; said coldly--ne though I were in the,Inuitof i tik rfpte. I've:had twelve 11 '!Pose to me i doubt ; indl''cl. I um my inclined acqiiaiiitancc to say up Mr.the Jefferson, stairs. I was |t.n tin the| piazza wlt|,

th outllwwthedhekcnbIwaseverto get out iinporUnYunkevglrU wholesale they -p.iiMti ix in I bout in Amrica, and j, deal abetterone ; but there are more'wonien I Hitchcock. His ( n'etatlunjarel. ,
of it I could not imagine.; must ; Ruble Hut when I last \01 struck men* in itself
11"1 ut make up Ih( ,- baker's d./-i. ;: but all the thun five in the and if enticing,
As I reached 1 the ,titiim: the 10:15: ; was just {pointed out that Ida '.ins American citizen, I others, leant I forward t.'.-k' .I.tjsicahIv, i t t;:I average I daresay\orhl.most of you strike nnt I unxioiu to find out the meaning of
.-: Oiiu'n' r ii.: 1'M.. .1 wild\ ;glance: ri.'lit soul I could appeal to her minister if I tltemptedto dropped, the imr. xvtie'i toe\ \v TV beginning 1 I I much alike.I tht'l are pretty. [.11'1 sudden accession to wealth, and so I
|0f(>. '$') l 1..I\t. I h' (ii .. II i 'zi'ii undergraduates.wit'i i i turi her out. and that we ml, ht find utir- tit got seriun. :. i.M.Ul iti MO sentimenti i I! As I sat and looked { determined to make the best of Ids companionship
.*u; rap j ur g'waw loitering,; oil |II... ,platform : .' \ !tike i centre of an international: quarrel ally : while! x .1 I... rowing all the time icing, the t.'III.1 1 not help 10-1 f for half an hour. As a sure idjjhrou.
7 in ..bvi.n: disregard ut university law -|Mis.sitv| ,'\'tn a r/ut, IwIli--sheetinnlly : a" it' there wns 1'lthill:|{ 11 unusual in it." ', the toilettes extraordinary in the Ilu"nll"tn'e' 11 all .| to the American bosom and safe recommendation
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fell i4P t guilty to pru"h.rillt'thl'II\ with : I'roll'na \ ) in (
JJat I ; yielded .true !e. For the ake of ; I'mUibiv. I suggetetl. "your twelve { to the1 American confidence. I
:11&.11 I wa+ terribly/ fin.ciou,* that all their r.t.ulilit..11\ MI I .->lemiiv. (I'll g.i A.u--rii-.ii 1.hll"f attached Moro Ilp"r.I]I i: dead J'lt"t'U\level of you hdll.1 such u republican |I ordered I couple of delectable summer beverages
u t>ye<* wore lived UKHI| me, as I lI\on..lull mid UI. ) 111.1| girl with y"1 : but lice j aus1' 1'1 the ceremony than: I d-i. I woman was recklesextravagance.. .Every: a (Mr.I Hitchcock advised an .

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4 down on (ho piazza in two convenient rock I when I I-1 met; "II"i nt Nice i: I saw: you were ., AVANXA1I. 1.1.01:11''I': :: TJ'IX: : !I, iOI.SO 1 IIIrI'r.R"'II'.I! | IOS. I j: Jl O II
hng-chlllr.!, under the shade of the dins. a diH'erent sort of a person. You; could I! s RAILWAY. I ( Tui'f, TliiiM'tiiy "',1 ,fttlnfdny.) I

smoking our Havamn and sipping our iced think and! act for yourself, and you could II I I. 'avcSt. :\lal'kll..I:.tai
drink After n little preliminary talk 1 appreciate a real liVlng woman who could I On :\1I.llIftl'r Sunday: Aug. 2S, issl, Puscuger *- :
struck out upon the subject of ida; think nnd net too. 'Sou taught me what Train on this road will run as follows amt.rn !
.When I met Mis! Vnn Renssdacr;! ut Europe was like. I only knew theouiMilo : I' : Fast :Mail.( Jack'vllle _
Nice," I !said !'he was stopping nt a very: Voii "hO\\'l'tllIl'! how to get within the husk Daily, l't: : CONNKCTIONS.lloth : .
,'iiuict little tienninn. It is quite a ,lill'.rclltt You' made me admire Ezra:. and Roccabrun- j Except: Sunday daily. &t : tr. srrs i;
list: UII.I! Wo'\t bound trains meet nt
/liu living in a palace like this" na, and! Iflley ('II ureh. You roused I something Leave Nunnnah forFlorida
,,'c are a reimblican nation, sir," answered within the that 1 never felt Ill'lire-a I ...... ............ LiSi II'. in. in..lop. in.Leave Live! (Oak): and. connect. with 2:15: l.ailroad train on :Savannah for- S. MAIL STi.YMSIIIl' *

Mr.( llitchcotk/ : "and we expect to wish! to he a dillerent being, a longing, for I limp.............. :3.10<> p'. m. :.! a. III, : Floritl.l.I'I'l'"IC'I'11: j U.-_ .- __-._--_- _
he all treated on the equal level of a sovereign something more worth living for than diamonds I Ll'lIn''lIy.I.rosy.....,... .;.11;, p. tn. L.'O: u. m.Arrivcat Savannah and .\lh: IY. 1'iver Itoatsconnect ,
Chattahoodieo \
people. The splendor that you in and :Saratoga.:: I know 1 am not ;good Cnllahan..... 7.nj: 1'.111. 7:1': :! n, in. Passengers! for Will leave Cedar Key
Europe restrict to princese!'! in our country enough for you ; I don't know enough or Arrive.htlckynllville! .... S..101'. 111, 8,15 n. m.I with I'll'aI1l1'It'hl"'I'1: \ 1'l'l'ingluIIIII'Hn'Thul"a :
lavish upon the humblest .\lIIl'rielmdt- read enough or feel enough, but I don't want j I Leave Jacksonville! ...., 7.H5u. In. V&: 1'. in.Arrive \' \palachicoln.. Fla., and FOR NEW: OHLJ.XJ'JoIW: : : : OTHKHFRIDAY.
\ i/en. Miss! Vnn Rciisselaor's wealth, however to fall; back and sink to the level of New at Live Oak..... 11.15. a. m. every Saturday for Columbus, (l.i./ and Kufaula : .

entitled her to mix in the highest: circles York society. So 1 have a right \to ask you Leave Live Oak......... :2.25! :! 'I'. lit. : Ala.Connects.
of e'n"lIltr mast polished society." to marry me if you will. I don't want to ht' Leave Callahan...,..... S.40 a. in, (5.2.( :! p. in. ( with steamer G.i Gunby: Jordan
"Indeed1 said. "Iliad I no idea that a blue but I want not to feel myself! a social Arrive at Waycross..11.10! 1 ( a, m. every :-4(11111.1f.r. I Apiilachicola, Kin., and

she was wealthy" doll. You know yourself 1 see you know Leave. Waycross'''''''' !I.IO; ". lit. every Tuesday for (t'1I11I1II1'1I"111.1 I'Uifaula: KOll KEY WI'I'XU; ; HAVANAK.VK11Y
"No, sir, probably not. M155: Van Kens-: it.-lhatlollhtll'1 : throw away ill\"l'llal1l't' Arrive at ,'(.Hlp..t\:! :\ti 1'. ma. It.o5 1 1',. m. .\ III: i : OTIir.ll: :SATUP.DAY.
of that of the best of what lIitul';' I l Connects! nt l.nke City with trains on t the
sellacr is a woman striking originality making maj Arrive ;mvanuah.htiQ: >() 1'. tl1. :'!.ls) a. in.
only to he met with in our emancipated have in 111('. I am only u' beginner) 1 Passengers from Savanmlh: for Hrun!"wick Florida Central ISailroad: for Jacksonville! t
; oil' the trammels half understand"your world midst. Johns Kiver: Fcrnamlinu ulltl.Iar {
country. She bus shaken scarcely yetI take the ''II:01tllIiI: : arriving at Hrunavvuk (11' (5\ m
of female servitude, and prefers to travel in I cau't'properly ad mi re your |otticclli! :' :amt m. I Key. WILLIAM l O. AMF.S l : ,

all the simplicity of an humble him,'orate. She your Pintnriccios. 1 know ; but I want 10 ] Passengers! leave Hrunswick at !n.allll.; > m., icneral. Passenger_. Agent.T 'PAKSONS cHALF., Agents.!
went to Europe, if I may so speak, incognito admire, I should like to, and I will try. I arriving Savannah: : 'J.OD p. ua. -- -- --- ---- t.t:1t: Cedar Key, Kin,
and desired to hide her opulence from want yon to take: me because! I know you Passengers for, Darien take the Fast Mail: LOUIDA (CKNTKAL: UA1LUOAD.( ) --y -. -

the prying gaze of your IIrbtoerac,'. She understand, and would help me forwaninstead Passengers leaving: :Macon( at 7.00 u. iii. SIJUnU: SIIIUHJJ,1.t: :
did not wish your penniless; )peers to buzz i I of I letting me sink down tot the pctt.vinterest !t (daily except Sunday: ) conneit at Jesup' with JACKSONVII.I.K.! Fi.v., Sept. 12,1xxI. -
about her fortune. Hut she is in rl'alil011(' of this .American l'lt. You iikei.l thl'I.'II"1Iail: I for Florida. (Commencing this date, trains on this road; TIn RTKXMKH.: : j

of our richest heiresses: The man who :-oc- meat Nice.anddid 11orethanlike mime lit Ox- Passengers from Florida by the I.'a Mail: will run as follows : .
4 cures: that woman us a property sir, will ford ; hut 1 wouldn't. t.tkl'0l11h'I1' though connectaticsup with train arriving in Ma liOINtl VM.ST.lifengrf.. .- ---0 *-------

iind himself in possession of an income I longed to say: yes, because: I wa II't quite con at 7.50 p. in. daily (except! Sunday.) Mutt. I { ST. jonxs }[, % | CITY: OIXT j
worth as much us: one hundred thousand: sure you really meant: it. I knew you liked Palace :Sleeping Cars on the evening train Leave .I1ll'k .Hl\.lIlt'.tlO.-t: mu. m. !tlIO: p. m. "
dollars." me for my myself: not my money, but 1 left daily between Savannah nnd Jacksonville' I.l'II't''hill' House... ::J7" UI5: -
Twenty thousand stcrlinga year TIIl'illt-a you (to come to Saratoga; for two Things : 1 Charleston' and Jacksonville' and Macon and I Arrive:'i.i'
took my breath awav, and reduced me once wanted make sure you were in earnest, Jacksonville.No Leave Haldwin( .......... 10:10:( ..
more to a state of helpless. incapacity.: 1 not to take you at a moment weakness !'. change of cars between Savannah: nod Leave Durhyvillc........ 10:35: u .
couldn't talk much more small-talk to Mr.: I said, 'If he I'I'al1larl'lI: for me, if he Jacksonville and :Macon Jacksonville. Leave Sanderson 1 II 1:22:! i.

1 b' Hitchcock so I managed; ) to make; some thinks I might become worthy of him, hi Passengers! leaving Macon at 7.'tt: ) p. iii. Leave OluMco. 12:08: a. m.HOIXO .
small excuse and returned lll'Illv to Congress will come: and look for me ; if not 1 mist connect nt Jesup with the evening train for Leave Mt. Carrie. 12:2: !) It -

: Hall.[ Therc over a luncheon; of sad let the 11l'ca1lo..' .\llIl.thl'lI 1 I wanted to Floritlalaih'. Arrive Lake City?...... 1 tOO: to ;jO )'II'
dle-rock oysters (you seel \never allowed? my know what eil'cct my fortune would have Passengers from! Florida by I the Express: Arrive: -Live: Oak.- -- n -- :2:15: -a.-in. '\'TILT, leave I.'erllanlllnforJn'ksoll'ilh..

feelings to"interfere with my appetite) I decided upon you.! Now you know my whale rea train connect at Jesup with train arriving .\rrin''I'ullall1l'I.l'. 8:00: 11 and l'nlntknoncl intermediate landings .
that I must give up all idea of Ida. sons. vVhy should my money !stand in our at Macon at 7.05: u. m. daily. : Arrive l'hattuhoochee.1'.5:! :!: m. on the St. John's llivcr, 1'
Van HCII1 8cluer. WII"h,' should both make ourselveunhappy .
< we
Savannah and Charleston folovvs
Passengers! from : for Gainesville, : --- -"- --- ItS :
I have no abstract objection to an income about !it ? You would have married Cedar' Key and Florida Transit: Road: take Arrive Gainesville. 3:22: p. in.
of 20.000: ) a year ; but I could not consentto IIIC ill was poor; what good reasons: have: the Express: train. Arrive Cedar Key. i:55< : : From Kenmndina!

take it from any woman, or to endure the you for rejecting me only because: I am rich ? I. l'u"s eniiers! from Savannah 1 for Madison( : Arrive Ocala 7:00: FOIL JACKSON::; VI LLK AND 1'AI.ATKA.
chance of her supposing that 1 hail. been Whatever my money may do for you (am Monticello: ( 'l'ullahnON'cIIIHlllllinc" take this
fortune-hunting. It may be nnd doubtlessis you have enough of\ your own), it will hi 'train. KAST.ltMcnger.! jjr-r: KVKUY WKIINKSDA\>!-

a plebeian feeling, whichus: : Hitchcock nothing to what you can do for inc. "'iIl Passengers! :' from Juincy, Tallahassee+ ; Mon / Mall.
justly hinted, is never shared by the younger you 11'111111' to go and make myself an aid ticello and Madison: ( take the Express train, Arrive Jacksonville.' ... 2.00:() p: la. (>.5<) a. in. From, Kcrnaiulina

: sons of our old nobility ; but I hate the touted. peg for hanging jewelry upon, wit meeting sleeping-curs at Tcltcuuville at. !UO .lrrive''hide House.. lS"::! lItH": FOIL SAVANNAH AM. CHAllLF.STONfr :;
( notion of living somebody else's money, such u conscious automaton as Jctl'ersoiHitchcock p. m. Arrive Baldwin......... 5:55: "
especially if that somebody verc my own to keep! me company through ALHANY EXPRESS.: : Lenvf Bahl win........... I 1:10: ; : KlMDAY.-t5.5j,
wife. So I came to the reluctant conclusionthat : life? Arrive ])Hlrh".1Il1'....,. 5:25' : "
I the idea forever and .\ she finished flushed ashamed Leave :Savannah: daily at..L25) Close' connection made with steamers for
must give tip ; as proud, p. in. Arrive Sanderson... ... 4:10:
it would not be lair to stop any longer at but every inch a woman, I caught her ham Leave Jesup ........ 7.15: p. nu. Arrive Olnstee............ :3:51 J:: M'lIol1'lIlo and Iuterprise,1115(1: with steamers
Saratoga under the circumstances, I made' in mine. The utter! meanness and sellish Leave! Tebcauville ..... .. .1.35! : ) p. m. Arrive Mt. Carrie....... .. ::1:10:: for Ockluwnhn Ilivcr; also ut Savannah
up my mind to start for Niagara on the next ness of my life l hllr>t upon\ me like a tliundcrbolt. L'I\(1l1l1l'lIl1t .......11.55 p. III. Leave 1-Jikc City......... :!;::.TO with steamers for New York, Philadelphia.
3;a: day but one, after fulfilling my driving engagement "Oh, Ida." I cried. "how terribly "rriye'1'hnmutsvillc ........ ft.OOn. ins -- -- lIl1-olclJlntlll: Kaltimore.nnd l Clulrh. tClII witl.
) with' Ida the following IIIOfllil1 you make: me feel my own petti ness and ego Arrive Hainbridge ...,.... S.15a.. m. Leave Live Oak: .. .. ::: 1:00;: p':"um. steamers for New York, Philadelphia' lIIt1.mon' .
Arrive ....... 1.:1TlIlIahn; l.l'....... (11:10!:: ) and with Northeastern tfc South Carlo-
Punctually at 10 o't.luek the next day I It'U tism. You are cutting me to the heart likea Albany H45a.m. "
" ,/ found myself in a handsome: carriage waiting knife. I cannot marry you ; I dare not L'an'Ihall ...,.... -I.-I5 p. m. Leave Chattahoocliiee.; ._ -- 2:30: linn Railroads for routes! North lnst: amid
at the door of the Grand Union. Ida. marry you ; I must not marry you 1 an Leave! Hainbridge ........ 5.00 p.Leave lit. LellvcilIfli( ;,;i i ..=: 0.35);: u. in.i West.FIRSTCLASH.

came down to meet me splendidly. dressed, not worthy of such a wife as 011. How ThomasvilleArrive ".. ........ 1'1..1,11'.111. Leave Cedar Key"'''' '' 5.30: : PASSKNJKll: ): ACCOMMODATIONS. : .
and,I looked ke a queen ns !she sat by my side., had, I ever:the audacity to ask: you ? My life DuPont) ........ I.i.imu.. in. Leave Ocala?.......?.... 5:15: .
We will drive to the lake," she said, as she has been too narrow mill egotistic and seif imi .lrrive'I'cht'anville .1 ........ .">..r>5 a. m. ------ --- --- --------_.-
took her seat, and you will take me I for a dulgent to deserve such confidence: us yours Arrive Jcsup' ........ t.15 a. m. Mail: train connects at Jacksonville- Through Tickets and Staterooms faired
row as you did on tile bi at Oxford." So we I am not good enough for you. I In'allclal'o. ni'oa"llllllah:; ........ !1I.IIi) a. m. the Savannah. Florida Western Railroad, and all information! furnished at olllcc! corner
and nt 'I.IIIH' with the Jacksonville Pen- Centre and Second streets.20ly : .
City ,
whirled along comfortably enough over the not if.1"No
I accept SlcepingcarsrtiU through between tin"
; mui- :! C J. NOYKS.
six: miles of splendid avenue leading to the I. ," she said, a little more calmly, "I nab and Albany daily without change.: slIl'olaIohllo: Railroad: for ('halt imoochce _.. A. : .
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lake, and! then we took our places In one hope we are just good enough: for one another Connection! Albany dailv with pascn and intermediate stations. ----e.
of the canopied boats which wait for hire at and that is: why we ought to marry ger trains both \\'uplOI1 Southwestern I Kail Passenger train connects nt Italdwin for For Tunga11 and !{.>y "'..'oIf,

the little quay And us for the* one hundred thousand! dollars road to and. from Macon: ( Ihifnula, :Mont and fl'lIlIIlIlIl'olnlll on (the Florill'l'rall : VIA
1 rowed out into the middle of the lake, perhaps we might manage to be happy ganmery\lohihe: 1 New Orleans, He. Peninsular ltaih: oady. .', : .
. ndnmiringgtheprettyt'oudedl bunks and sand I in spite of them." Mail: steamer leaves Hainbrid for' .\pahichicola .1. S. 3101:1,1tOY.31w : rl''t Ii.4t Slefuis1ili. tosCAIMIYINO :: lI IN I.

stunecliif5: talking of Saratoga and American : YA e had drifted into little bay under thc : and Columbus Vvery Tuesday aiii\ "tt'r'I'ranshn: \ .....
soiety, but keeping to my determination shelter of'a high rocky point. I fdtusnddei Saturday W. DAVIDSON, Superintendent.' 16'W.; I

in "steering dear of all allusions to my access nf insane iiulilncss, : Mini taking: both Close: connection at Jacksonvilledailj:\ '
Ox ton 1 proposal., Ida was as charming as Ida's -h;lllfiI mine, I ventured I tCii!' her; (:Sundays excepted,I) for Given; Cove Springs: Rooks andWholesale Sli loncry.IIJ .< \ U

ever-more provokingly charming, indeed open fUI'l'hl'a'hc! :; took the kiss quietly, St. Augustine, Palatka, I:1I1f'rpril"l'allrol..l: :: ,
than even of old I, now that I had deeidettSlc { hut with a certain,queenly Sl'lIsof homage and all landings on'St. Johns' river. ,t'I' : IRE11'.

could not be mine lint stood by my Inc. .\lId now, she I'aiel'hukill oil 111\ Trains on II.A.. It. I.. leave unction( ,
resolution: like a man. Clearly Ida was surprised hands: \ and smiling; archly, "let us row back: : going west at 11..'{7 a. m., and for Hrunswick and Retail _
at my reticence, and when I told her toward :Saratoga: for von know you have to at 1.40 p. m., daily, except Sunday.
t hut my time in America being limited I pack up) lir hiagara.1' Through Tickets sold and SleepingCarllcrths ) OOUS. STATIO.MUIY, TlIK lf. S. MAIL. U

must start almost! at once for Niagara, she No," I answered ; 'I may us well put oil and Drawing-room Car neeonimoda .j)

was obviously astonished. "It I is possible i my visit to the Falls till you accompany tions secured Ilrcn's,'ket Ollicc, No. And MUSIC,,
to bo even too original; ," she observed short me." Hull street, and at the Company's 1 Depot foot ONE: of time Hlaunch and elegant l fh; mH'n
j I 1 h'. I turned, the boat and rowed back "Very well said Ida "and then of the above
toward quietly, of Liberty !street. 5l!l \'I'ST: ]\VSTKKT, Line will leave Cedar Key
the shore. we shall go back to England and live near JAS.: 1.. TAYLOR, every Monday( at 4:00: 1'. nu., for
t As I had nearly reached the bank, Ida Oxford. I don't want you to give up) the dear General Passenger Agent JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA.{ ,
jumped up from her seat and asked me suddenly old university. I want 'Ollto teach me! the J. S. TYSON: r asll'r of TI'I\II pllrtatinll. 'l'n..lluI, )111"11",

to let her pull for a dozen strokes. I wav you look at things, and show me howto II. S. 11AIX US, General. Manager. :'M) And

changed places and gave her tho oars.! To took at them myself.! I'm not going to --__ '_ ____ 'n__. School UOOhH It Si...ciitlly."ti Uruld.'Jltonn,
my surprise she headed the boat around, and I'arllllny Latin or Greek or stupid nonsense and and '
) PENSACOLA; AND -- every Monday Thursday At 4K:
When once more for the middle of the lake. of that sort ; and 1'1II11Ot going to join theWoman's JACKSONVILLE: ': RAILWAY.: ; Ricer and OcoanMALLORY'S Sleltntho11ls.- 1''. m. for
we had reached a point at some distance Suffrage Association ; but I like .. .
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from the shore she dropped the oars your English: culture, and I should\ love to On and after :\IOIllay.Iay: 1., 1881, Trains : 1'lllltll ICllH.SU,. 1111(1 Icy "Vcsl.,
;r on the thole-pins (they use no rowlocks on live in its: III lbt." on this: road will run daily us /follows : .
American lake or river craft), and looked for "So you shall Ida," I answered, nnlt you I..C..UU.S''IISIIU: MJVI: -
u moment full in my face. .Then she !said shall teach me, too, how to be a little less UOINU WKST.Leave Connect ions made at Cedar Key with tIlt
i p abruptly : narrow and self-ecutcred than we Oxford Lake City.........'12.tOp.m.: :: Florida Transit Railroad from nnd to nil
a If you are really going to leave for Niagara bachelors are apt to become in our foolish IA-UVC W cl born:........... 1.24) Only Hired Mno to \o,, fork.3.r. |M,ints North and West at Punta I'ussa: with
:' to-morrow, Mr. 1'ayne, hadn't we better isolation." Leave Houston. ........... p.m 1- -4. Steamer for Fort flyers[ Fort Ogden and
finish this hit of business! out of hand?" :So: we expect to spend our honeymoon ut - -- ------ -- -- --- < ;Lfft ,
Arrive Live Oak.......... '...(N) p.m' Pine Level
"I was not aware, I answered! "that" we Niagara.IA7'IS7'S. 'I Leave Live Oak........... 1!.:'JO p.m. Through Tickets are on sale nt Kernunilina -

.l mail( any imsmess" transactions to settle: ----- leave Ouster........ ..... :2.48 p.m. t.t Jacksonville, ininesville; \ \ nnd C(-lai
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Wliy, she said, "I mean this matter oft : Key ut rcductnl
proposing.i obtained for new inventions Leave Kllaville........... 3.30 piinT greatly 'rates, for nil princi
"" pull'olnhlOIl the Gulf (
I gazed back at her as straight us dared.' or for improvements) in old Leave; Madison' ........... 1.15. p.m. tt.. M. fJALPHIN.unstJ Ccn'lAg't!
i ,' Ida," I said with an attempt at firmness, ones. Caveats Infringements: Trade-Marks: Leave! (ireenville..i.13 i : I p.m.- ------ THE FINE STEAMSHIPS: ) 1
I" "I don't mean to propol"eto 'ullagail1 utall. and\ all patent business promptly attended Leave .\lid lIa............. U.10 p.m. wisTiit.v< : TEX.iS. 'la.'
f At least I didn't to when I started this .
Leave Drifton......::... Ii.lifpm--; : $J".t1', MARY'S 1 IIJVEIt'tST1ill :
lIlomlll I think 1 thought I had decided : : may still, in most cases: be patented (''Ai'l'. INKS: ,
Leave Monticello: .... .. .' .rll)
ir. by us. Being opposite the 'II. S. Patent : :: ---p.m.- : /AC1Il'
a then why did you come to :Saratoga: ?'' Oflice: and engaged\ in PATENT; RUSI- Leave Lloyd's........... 7.15', p.ln.----- (::1'1'"' Of-' AII/AS, j OO.1i1'ANY.

she askeJ quickly) 'You oughn't to have NESS: ; EXCLUSIVELY: ; we can secure! patents Leave Chu'ires': ...... ...... 7.10p.m. ,
come if you meant nothing by it." in less time than those who! lire remote ; :;; CA1T. RISK.
Arrive =
Tallahassee. ,.. : .
When I left England 1. did mean something from Washington.When .
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," I answcre 1"but I learned'n fact Leave Tullllhas1I.!! ......... '8.50 p.m. ONE: of the above :Steamers: will leave ::"1'--: rTIIK y
which hat altered intentions.'* Inventors send model or sketch, Leave Midway........... !i.ji' : p.m. : for New York every Thurs >
my we make search in the Patent Ollice. and -- -- ----. day, on arrival of afternoon trains from .. ... .. ,
And then I told her about Mr.[ Hitchcock's Leave( ; .
advise us to its patentability free of charge. *...........lo.L'S p.lo.J.'a Jacksonville; and Cedar I Key.'I'hhs .
revelations, and the reflections to which they Correspondence confidential fees reasonable ,'e Mt. Pleasant......ll.Ot p.m. line BTKAMEKtfI'
had ; having no transfers to make
)! given rise.! -- -- -
Ida listened ; and NO CHARGE I NLESS: ; PATENT Arrive Chatta7Wver..ll.r: ;; >6p.nKOOIXO betweenFERNANDINA I.OKA. JIAIITIIA
I patiently to nil my faint arguments ,
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IS 01JTAINED.We -" -
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for I felt my courage; quailing under Captain RICH.utiwox. (.'uptuin------ __
her pretty sympathetic glance, and then refer by j lrernmissiou to the City Postmaster WKHT: -HT. :M.UtK8 MVISIO.V.Tuetdaya : : AXI NEW: YORK,
she said! decisively, You are quite right and and to the Superintendent of the -
yet quite wrong' I'o t-Om'e Money Order Division!! in Wash ( Thurtdnijuiind Suturdiitj*.) Oners the 4ir DAILY SJmvJCJt..t ;

Explain yourself, Sphinx;" answered, ington. For special references circular, service Leave Tatlahu5 ('e......................... 0.00 a.'", : IIAl'il4'r .
much .relieved by her words. terms, etc., address Leave Chattahoochee..................10.10 a.m. BEST AXI) CI ::! TRANSPORTATION The Flora leaves Fcmandina fort t.Mury't

"'b.r." she said ")'011 are quite right to C. A. SNOW & CO., Arrive St. Murks...........................10.i: ,) 8.'". TO FLORIDA SHIPPERS.: ( River landings every Monday,, Wednesday'
hesitate to 2-tf Opp.Patent Office Washington, D.C. --- -- -.-- ----- and
,quite wrong decide. I know you --- 'rlday-r'turnlng on Tiiesday-Thur;-
don't want my money ; I kno'ou don't 4,01X0 V.\KT. Vegetables and Fruits will receive specialcure (lay and Saturday. ,
like it, even ; but I ask you to take me in Uiidt'rtuuiiig. in handling, the Martha leaves Fcrnandina for Hum '
leaveChiatta. River.... 4.tOu.ut: .
spite of it. Of course that is dreadfully un -- -- points every Tuesday'flinrsmluy and E utur-
womanly and unconventional and so forth, Leave Chattahoochcc... 1.381: a.m. 1'\H I'XOJm: : ACCOMMODATIONS(' ARE day-returning every Monday, 'Wedncsdav
V but it I is what I ought to do--Listen to me, it. '1. in\i>.:ICSOX, Leave )It. Pleasant..... 5.15 a.m. FIRST-CLASH. and Friday,
Cyril (may I call you Cyril ?) 1 will tell you eave Juincy..:......... 5.52: : a.m.
why I want you to marry me. Uefore 1 Leave lid war............ went to Europe I was dissatisfied with all Arrive: : Tallaha.ssce" :::.: 7.'JO: "-- of a DIREtrr: LINE, WITHOUT
these rich American young men. I hated Leave a.m. ANY CHANJ1LS.: Connections made at by MALLORY'S LINE: of Steamers to all
their wealth and their 6eltUhnes.s, antI their ..- ------ --- I'Vrnandinu with ull vtcamlioaU for ullMiints Ilt./lllt'f on the St.; Mary'n. .
cheap! cynicism and their trotting horses, Leave ('tmairca'....:....... 8.43 a.mT on the :-t: JohnV, Otklavvaha, ami l
, and their narrow views and their monotonous Leave.Lloyd's.............. 9.08 a.m. Indian Riven, and with the Transit Railroad Close"' ('onll.'c'CI.,1I
tall talk.all eaH in a stereotyped American J\: Monticello.-IMtt at Kernundhm for all railroad stations
mould, so that whenever I said' A, I Leave Drifton............. 0,45 a.U1. and Gulf j purtln Florida made with the New York, Charleston 'und
knew oneof them
every would answer! It. cm Savannah Steamers.GOOD .

"I went to KuroiKsnnd I met your EngIMi Leave'Aucilla.......10.10 a.m. FREIGHT: AND PASSENGER: ( : RATES:
Leave (
young men, With tJlt' r.lrd\\'II.IUI.1 their ACCOMMODATIONS) l
pigeon-shooting, and their bhajrgy utters, i; \i> i: It T.\ K i: n x-ave: Madison. .4iJ- .i,-- -- A8 LOW AS HY INDIREtrr: LINKS

and' their conventional wit, and thdrcom- /eavc Kllaville: ........ ...12. .') p.m... 6'0 a.m. for Pas*.'utters. KxcunJiuiM and 'fouri"
monplacu chaff,amid their lr'J'hruulh Rates and Hills of lading will Iind\ this u attractive .
utter conU-mpt forwomen FIFTH ST.. FERNAND1XA: ( I liLABURIAL very trip us n.\
I.cae Custcr.:. to all Inlr.Fur .
...... LSK '
as though we were all a herd ot mar p.m. IK -entry it grand, and alligators tuid nthxigiMu
ketuble animal, front whom they could picicanddiocrw Arrive Live Oak......... 1.40 p.m. dosage or further information, apply arc abundant. "* .
whichever pleased them best t. acv IA'a\- Live Oak- .."......- 2.10I.m. tu ;)ur- Either the alNjve Htrtintfit: *,,tiii lchartered ..
('n'.hing to their lordly fancy. would no more KOIIKS.t MCTALI.lV CASES.: ; J..11"e I/on.tnn............ 2.32-: p.u," --- It. W. 80U'fJlWJCilIt.. for excursion part lev a+nVmty; Unit

give iu.VM.-lf I up tooneof them than I would ) -. UJ'fIXI': : (.'.\I NKJT$. leave 11'..III1'rn... :3.1x1 p.tu. _. e. II. FernundiiM. For further (lnforinutb upply" 1 to
marry my ('Olhiu Jftfrrtfoii Ilitebeo;k. Uut Telegraphic rdm 0., .\, U. (VIA AJ.uI
promptly attended to. Arrive 3.1S) .
Lake ........ .
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I Y i FLORIDA MumoiSATURDAY ally become the rrcsident of the Uniti FLOUIDA. AT Till ATLANTA lX- we have put, n perfect ninny of painters lit two cents u mile for regular" tickets and one
: work and there cent mile for excursions
Stale After the heated contest! at Chicago: I'OStTlOX. although arc over twentyacres a "
of buildings paint: the whole (tiling Thc attendance will lie large ?
:: ; ()(jTo7i: t, 11,11. was brought to a close! by the coalition of II We arc very glad to sec that the Allan will bo done in week "It wi bo enormous. My( experience

.. --. ..-. .,-- -- Mr. Itlaincand Secretary! Sherman again; Imposition promises! to bo n very dceidisuccess. low do you\ know (Hint you\ !see the end ,shows that such low rates ns these will
r Y- rm; LATE l'lU SI1)E."T. General Grant, and in favor of Mr.I (Gartiol, From present: appearances it will of it ? move immense crowds There i is just tOW n
"Because wo will not take any IIl'ptlea- universal interest in the South throughoutall /;
conciliate the be matter of national interest and bet
Tho late President wns born in( Orange, it was deemed necessary to a C. lions! for space after September lOt'ii nnd l WI' the North, nnd thousands will come to
Ohio, on the 19th of November, IH.11: and: powerful !section of the party led by MConkling. (r. condonly tithe Centennial; in its! exlellt. can certainly provide after! date for i nil the position who really do not care to sec
consequently, lacked just two months of The nomination for the* office of In some rejects it will be a much fuller ex- that are registered; though now we have to- it but take"advantage of the low rates to seethe
orf Vice-President remained to bo made, allll hibition of our agricultural resources: and 000 to 15,000; square:\ feet taken every lIar' South,
completing his fiftieth year on the lay The scene at OIl'thorpoI'k; ( now isn l usv What is your estimate of the crowd that
his death His: father's family were i plain having secured! the chief'price of the Pros l. will rcpresentall the resources of that portion/ one. AIIlIO..t'en' section is filled f with will bo, here?'f

New England people, his mother nIle. Initial nomination and't comparative 1 i of the United States which has hitherto been< workmen ornamenting the grounds or hirying "I I mate trnlel all over the country ar

f', socndant of Huguenot r !! 'kan e1 1 Lis cheap: the honor of the Viee.1'rl' iell'lIlial supposed to have but one! single importaproduct up thc buildings.; The general elfl'l-t ranging rates, etc., and I have talked wili
will oe nstonihiug even to those who are flutitular ticket everywhere. I
devoted friend of cotton. While that important Ia- 1"'C'II1 shou\lnot
to ,
nomination given u
1 I ability and cleverness seem! to have comer ) was! ", with tho plans It will rival t the surprised if lore than one (' 1
:t P from the mother, a woman of great energy Mr.( Conkling, )Ir. Che-tor A. Arthur, whose pie will hetlioino-t tt t. prominent' and will I IJe finest: exposition grounds ever seen in Ann come South during the throe months of the
'4: t} antI keen intelligence.: Like many other only I public service had: been as Collector or exhibited in all its various phases of prdtiction ica. Exposition I should bo surprised if there

)\ men who have achieved grentncssl r. (!iart ; the port of New York, and who bad heen from the seed to the finished fabrics the What exhibits will" }bo the general) di-position: of wore feature less of lhnn the half I One that pleasant parties

t 1" field won his way by hard work to acquiring removed from that office by Mr. Hayes for of the loom, the other important produc "Tho main? building; will he devoted to can, get tickets at arrangement those reduced ratesgood to

nn rducatlon, passing through a lotawuleniy cause, Mr.( Arthur was! utterly unknown 1 III of the South will be exhibited, and It.. will the original purpo-o of the Exposiliondisplny a ('oll.ll one route and rctul by another.

:I t; named: Apparently, after Solinon's public life to the people, but was elected because be shown how various: and valuable arc the of cotton fabrics ant machinor '. Yon (may say, too," he said, .that the hand-
Tins will be thcc.oniplctcst-.hovv: : of the kii lltl sonic-t train ever pulled in this country will
time Mr. of fields
In due our gardens
he the ticket. productions our our
thencegraduate to was: on
{. friend, King Hiram, ) ever made, in thc world, and will bo unique bo used to bring t the President. and thc'Cubinet -
at William? College, Vermont, ntt Arthur, on the 1th of March( became the orchards: and our orange groves, our fisheries and Inlel'('!>ttill The building itself is a from the Capital to Atlanta. We have
the mature age of twenty-live. Returning presiding officer of the United :States Senate !, our oysters, and other !sea industries.Wo model cotton mill, designed by n conunitt secured the four finest pr\utl'cal's ever built
I r to Ohio, he became a teacher of Latin hurl and east his widens President of the Senate !in hope arrangements will lIe made I to of New England mill men, and will effect a America and will Ill'c added.This .
in tho miserabMahone give a full and constantly' renewed exhibit : great; change; in mill building.! Another itportant train will stop at every>' station on time
interests of his : very
beck in Hiram College and in the course the : party
( building\ will he that devoted to railroad route, so that the :Southern people may testify
I. of a year wai called: to the presidency. of contest.: When )Ir. Crinkling rc- of these valuable sea products' so that exhibits. Every road importance i in their affection for and sympathy with
that institution At the age of twcnty-sov siglmedIr..trtiiar followed him to Alh\IIY: their importance may bo brought prominently the South and IIU\llr'ill the West t. will make time I'rc.ident.. ,

he married Miss Jueretla Rudolph, a forlller and appeared in the lobby as the! friend\ an al I forward A Florida restaurant: would! exhaustive I exhibits of the resources: of the

'f, I pupil. A year afterwards his natural vocation supporter of liis patron, )Ir. ( 'on kling, i In do much to give effect! to this part of our country handsomest through building which on the they ground I \ pass will The 1 he Tin MIITIXO. or 7'11 I:1fI'ER-

of politics asserted itself, and be was his humiliating contest for n lt'dl'I1 to the exhibit Cedar. Key, TllIllplInlliall llivcApilachicoU the art and industrial pavilion, which will (I .

elected to the state senate lit the age): when known to that mo-t cultivate, square and (I.) feet high, with wings! Lit feet BERLIN, :; 12, 1881.It .
"j twenty eight. After the battle of Manas!.n dcred to )Ir. Dorsey, who had\ been alive < touts September
elect and and Thei
), long galleries hall.
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I" .. in ISm( he, with one hundred of the Hlralll agent and secretary: of the Hip.ihlicacommittee : ; and universal senor of taste. Well served! will bo other buildings for State exhibit, appears now certain that the long projected ;

students! volunteered as soldier, and withIi in !securing the vote of Indian up we venture to say the oysters of Florid &c., covering in all about twenty acres and meetingof Kmpcrorsof: Germany

so strong a backing: and his position as aI and the success of which was obtained Iy will he borne in remembrance with pleasant we will" have to add very largely to this and Russia: will, within a day or two, actually

,1 state senator, received commission i nst. corrupt means and the free use! of money' recollections of something very good. space. take place. Humors to the sumo effect

; Ii( lieutenant-colonel.! He afterwards went Oil' Mr. Arthur pledged a toast to Mr. Dorscy 11'1 So( with our numerous and superior food IOVKI AND\ lOUlilXO AURVXeinMHXTS.; : have several limes been current since the

1 to General Hosecrans' staff as chicf-of-stalf, having carried Indiana: by a free use of Ii-hcx.: greater in variety and superior i in Atlanta's('an you give ability nay definite to entertain informations the accession of Alexander III., but hitherto

4t'; t f being then u brigadier-general, and having leaving the word money unsaid, amid the quality it is believed, than can be found ill i crowds: ?" they have all turned out to bo groundless.To .

;1 k ... been favor.lbly mentioned for good conduct cheers and\ laughter; of his I Dorscy t dinner any part of the United States.: Tho red- "That has been the t greatest problem we those who can sec in the interviews of

'f- j"r in the 1 battle I of Chicumauga 'I he was made 1 a friends. The files of the New York A'jV( snapper, the he-ophead, the bass, the drulll, have had to solve, but I can speak with cot kings some better motive than a desire toconplre
tidenct- There will bo extr.iordinnrcrowds '
:1. I.; major-general. Hut prior to this event Ilc give an account of the scene with its indignant the mullet, the whiting, etc., of the set, Atlanta, except no when special against other rulers, the present circumstances -

'J 1"': had been elected to Congress and resigned, comment1: So much as we know found in every harhnr and on every portio cheap excursions!! arc brought: through our : of Russia lifer abundant explanation -

jj i- t s: his commission and entered Congress, Icing Mr. Arthur's antecedents arc not calculates: of our coast t, a !source of untold. wealth who: bureau of trnn"portation. Wo will arrange of the Czar's desire to benefit by the
'! made. article of fresh and sons to have excursions from different localities friendly counsel of his imperial relative
':' : then but thirty-three years of age lie wag! to( impress us with a very high opinion of Ids an commerce, a perennial
at different times so that the extra
r :successively reflected from, a very flrOllg sense of what was: duo to the proprieties of food supply of the most agreeable kim i crowds will bo distributed over the three The young; monarch, whom the assassin's

I Republican district until 1880, when he wa" : his otllce. His I : letter of lIl'l'l'plalll'l''l'- (to our own 1 people. These should l be, !'crvell months. The orlillnrdaih'. nttondancc) wc hand unexpectedly rdet to I position of

I 1 elected to the Senate of the United States! to ceiving notice of his nomination, aria partisan daily innhundanceattlicexposition. Theiu do not think, will go; above lr,'ooo) p'ople.Y : scarcely)' paralleled power and responsibility,

I: "r-1" succeed Senator: Thurman on the 1th of; piece of slang-whangery. His inaugural air wo have the turtle in its several kinds, necessary.\ (' can: :; comfortably Our hotels take nnd\ boarding-house'care of :20,000 i if, I I bus of late been condemned to a life of positive l-

'f 1 i: J March( 1SS1.He '!! address: upon' taking the oath of ol11'ethe ( the crabs: of many varieties, hard and soft, with (their increased nccommodations, will torture He knows that nu innumerable -

'I I. \ was a delegate to the Chicago convcn second time is colorless and meaningless)\ : shrimp, etc.: the fresh( water fishes und I be, able to handle 5,000 people Wo have host of subjects are his implacable enemies.

.f i lion in the supposed, Interest of Secretary; the unnecessary ceremony itself reminding splendid frogs. A suitably provided, Floridirotaurant organized a bureau of 1'rivnteentertainnient, At any moment ho may meet the
under the charge of )u1 Ir. I. C. Kimball. lie
,, Sherman and in opposition to General Grant one of the days when (General/ Scott, it wa' with a superior force of cooks will have nn ollico near the Union Depot) same fate which hl'fel his 'iTthcr; and the

J. ;'t When it became .certain that the phalanx or said, took daily, an oath of loyalty to tin would ho a very striking and important part and lie will he able to assign guests! to good knowledge that a considerable portion of his "

:: '! :50.'J: for General Grant would stand t firm(I am 1t United States. or our ('xhibit1f1 would he unique' in its rooms just ns rapidly and surely ns if the people would rejoice to learn of his violent

t l' t :: that neither :Mr.: lllainc nor Mr. Sherman The administration of )Ir. Arthur will, nature. Florida has so much that is peculiar ;. rooms city were will a be large in; suites hotel in 1 In buildings many cases fitted thc up and ('rulll'nlh, is alone sufficient to embitter -

f could\ obtain the nomination, those gentlemen no doubt, bo inspired, by )Ir. Conkling( and\ attractive, that her exhibition will for 10.lgilll. : !. In most cases, however, they every hour of his life. The more precautions -

I indicated from Washington, by telegraph whether that gentleman appears in the foreground naturally be visited by all who attend the will be in private residences: the citizens gen which arc required to preserve him

r their wish, equal ton command as or tho background.! The party factions exposition. Skill, judgment and much ban l ('rall.ha'ing registered their houses will from unknown but ever present dangers are
:: Kimball where best of
mfr the board
1. things fo;; that :Mr. Garh'cld should be nominated whose internecine war was prevailing work will be requisite to arrange the exhib ha'd.! The ,finest residences in the city will cmbo in themselves enough to rob (him of happiness

r j "" I, which was: consequently done, and] when the l're lell'lIt'IIS struck down will re its in nn orderly and systematic manner, a he open' to guests I nnd 10,000 people or more either imperial or domestic. Nor is it

Mr. Garfield received the nomination. To vie'thecombat under changed;\ conditions\ Complete classification !should bo carried out, can be given places in representative Southern possible for him to shut his eyes to the fact
i.I conciliate Mr. enting"tic interest to each class ; houses, and Atlanta is noted for her dc- that with all tho moans at his command ho
j a i. "I Conkling, rcpre { and i irreconcilable: tilt's't'do not apprehendhat everything pertaining : being gamut and! hospitable homes Besides this
I *,of General Grant, Mr. Arthur. was any harm can ensiiBto; the country or (put together with (" and\ skill\ in arrang there will be two camp hotels here from tin cannot repress or stamp out.all the Nihjlist

"+ r( nominated as! Vice-rrcs>idcnt. .' my part of it as tire government will be ng: to the best advantge, so that the offec Northern camp-meeting grounds. One of propaganda, which threatens; not only theilynasty
; 1'hl'11\':\'!+ was 11 warm one and a very held in check by a dissentient portion of its will please: the eye and commend itself to the best! equipped hotel: of this sort in the but the very existence: of the em-

y '," uncertain one, depending upon the vote of iwn party in Congress: and )by the power of the judgment, bo at the same time pleasing ounlry here, and(from fan take Orange care Lake of! several, N. Y.thousand). will: be [>ire. Despite tho utmost vigilance o( the

f ff New Voik. That state had given Mr.Tilden the South to aid jut and to prevent unjustegiwlation and in'trl1C'tin''e hope the ('ommlUeewill people comfortably Tho most delightful police authorities, and the wholesale deportxtion -

I' in 1870 n majority t of a2,712 out of over one or executive aetoin.SIMULTAXEOUS secure the services of ladies tfl assist In season of the year in the South i is the Indiartunnicr to Siberia) of every suspected! person,

f million\ votes cast. At the election of 18HO, :hcnrrangemcntnml\ to direct the restaurant \ covering October and November the revolutionists go steadily on with their
in ( the hotel capacity I included
in u vote of 1M,000( cast in New York, Mr The effect of a really good collection is On'nmI'rcd estimating of work of sapping: the foundation of the
SYMI'ATill' t he; new Exposition Hotel, COO' rooms, d\'i
t 'i Garfield! received a majority of aNN The for the want of taste and experience now power. Undl-coverablc printing presses
t !l' t, election in the United States resulted, in WATKUTOWX, N. Y., :September; \ ) :.! in bo placing things as to bring out their the rates charged during continue to i issue broadcast: appeals to the

1 ; General\ Hancock receiving the vote of nineteen In connection with the death of President. best effects. Florida is expected to be some ho; Exposition?" eope i reminding them of tho biter up- I
: Yon the
!m l.' states! and Mr. Garfield nineteen ,states OarlleltllHle( cannot but 1 be struck with tin what picturesque and sentimental. She i-:- will bo no Jay extortion.assure Most public of the that hotels there, in. prclO[ lon under which they miserably live,

,:, .:j Jnlhcacctor(1llrtnceldreccircd: ; 'imultaiieity' of the sympathy expressed in the land of plants and flowers, and must! Gliding the now Exposition Hotel have advertised and s-pumng them, on to take a terrible re-
I 'il' 2H votes, (General Hum-nek 155: votes. Mr ill parts: of the globe. Fifty years ago/; the work up to the idC'alln her exhibit. Nature their rates at $3 a day. The Kimball rouge. Nor can it bo doubted that this

J t Garfield received, inclusive of throe conn- iiiowlodge even of the event would not in her most graceful forms must! be us.istcllby will probably charge $4 for its best| teaching ise before Hl'only too
room, which is its usual price. The schetl wiling
I I' :;".. ties in Texas not counted by the secretary of have reached some countries; until !six art so well that the art !shall be con.rented. lie for entertainment at private houses run"rom : and well prepared to receive it, Each time

1 I II I' !state ";H lfiW! votes, and General Hancock months after occurred. Tho !simple discovery The exposition\ is a grand\ opportu- $l.r>o to $.'5-the usual price being $3. a batch of treasonable papers is' disl'o\'l'rCl,

J .' 4,117S5.t : votes, including: the same three and application of the electric! tele- pity for us: and we vliopc no pains will be'pared Our people fl'c the responsibility that is on the list of incriminated persons grows more
A 1 counties Jn Texas General Hancock raph. like the light of the !sun, reaches all hem(, all are more anxious to please
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i f giving to make it success. t heir visitors and make n good impression: alarming. I is found that not only the.vrotched
J t. a majority on popular vote of 8,159. MrJarfteld parts; : of the world. A throb of universal ban they to fleece them with high prices peasants, whose want of shelter

t ( was inaugurated: 4th of March, lympathy is borne back America from all TUI: COTTON KXiosiTioy. You may bo certain that there will be no and a crust i is left unsupplied ; Jot only the
i\ :. IS81, and\\ appointed as members\ his Cab' countries! and all peoples in till same hour\ I extortion. clever )young students, whose! liberties are

', fact : Secretary: of State, James G. lllalnu :: When the funeral ceremonies arc being per- :. IKI'OKT or THE TOU-GKXEt\L AS TO Tilt I EEI'I xu I'l1IIK IXTKRFST. curtailed, whose whoseenergiesarecrampcd"
k' \. Secretary oflhoTreasttry\VilliaHll'indom ormod at Cleveland on Monday next, not l'IlouUD-8 OF Tilt WOHK.ATI.ANTV. )lave you made IrraemC'nt' for serial intellectual aspirations' can find no honestoutltt
;i .
; ..liows that will keep the of theImposition1 In the light of day ; it is not only such
of Wur Robert T Lincoln only the filly( millions\ our own Ga., Sept. IS, 1SS1 up iltl'rl'st
t i.! Secretary \ ; Sec country, Ihero is so much doubt throughout thd : U3 these that are numbered with the rcvoluutionary -
f.taryof the Navy, W. H. Hunt ; Secretaryof nit In every land on tI.wlwh'. rir"lIl11fl'r-i ('ountr'lIs whether the Exposition: build. .Yt'l; the opening;exercises and the now brotherhood. Politicians of endlencc .
: the Interior Samuel J. KlrkwllIlt.; nee of the globe, prayer and lamentation ngs will be ready by the time advertised for city of tho show will snake the first week or : nobles of ancient lineage, professors
t !,i torney-Gencral( Wayne MaeVoagh.; Very will bo made for him. In some respects this t opening!:, whether or nut Atlanta can entertain interesting.; 'I'hmerotvill be special weekly'l'xhiltol' of commanding ability oflicors. in tho army,
with ecclesiastics, and l of the Impoial -
the crowds that andbother ( October 23, eH'n'o1c
is It' shortly after :Mr. nal'l cl.1'8 accession hi* notion 1.:1: the mo-t! wonderful feature lIt'ollr age, or not the exhibits are will expected\lie thorough, 111 (toW'omlll'nclg 1, cattle ; No- household fe f"1\1110Ig t those who

j. in reference to the New York customhouse \- the power, the wondrous power of bringing, :\111'aric.l, mill so many inquiries are sent ember 8, 'p and swine ; November 15, ompuss' the dowllfal, if not the destruction,
: l'r't\tellull) open rupture with tin together, in one moment of time, as it were, in daily covering these points, that the 7/ir- icnch show of dogs ; November 22. poultry ; of> the .:II'l'fl'. the disaffection of
New York he tho nod the correspondent determined to get from Covemher2J:.! dairy products Liberal preuiuHis : I the lower class is: associated tho disorganiznion .,
Senators, :Messrs.;\ Conkling and thoughts, feelings sympa- and growing of the
tllI."t'ill authority nn otlicial statement onhoe are offered in all these departments, discontent midile'
Platt; the result of which was: the Presi hies of aw hob) world upon a singleub- matters. : lfirt-cla'scsblbttsumybeoxpec.tcd, For lass, and the widespread corruption
dent's; nomination of'Mr. Robertson being cct. There is something sublime in the Mr. U. J. Kimball. the Director (General Cotton we offer $1,UOO for the best bale and Irbtol'ml'In a word, the Russian Kmnrc. : -
i$ I eontSrmed, the; New York Senators roljrnod thought that all t'rl'ntl'lhl'ings can thus in a aid :- $:UOI) for the half acre grown on the as a whole, is advancing on the path
l: grounds. There will be neither of civilization nor of matl'rlul1'ro8-
Exposition week
"The work 1'
of the a
Thi"n", about the only event of Mr.( turMeld'n uoment. ut the click of an electric magnet, pro-. '
\\ hat
t / ;re.ssed so far: that we see" the end distinctly! devoted to each Southern state, during icnty. wonder, then, that the )young!:
-f l .ireinist' t From the generalt Lo brought to know the same fact, to think out 1 1 can at least !speak deftnitelv on all which week special excursions will bo run monarch, called upon to bear the ,. of
tone of his inaugural and. his public't' he same thoughts aid to bo moved by the oiutsof publieinterest." front the state on deck. There will also bebycicle such a sovereignty: as this should seek in
the and ame profound impulses of Will the buililings; lie ready for oponlii"n u meet, riflo matches and various friendly relations abroad some compensation
::! country, especially the South\ our highest re- the
the.rtli October? Stint hern games: and entertainment- mlsC'r' which is the
j I anticipated 1 n g'lIrrHwl'e and kindly adnumeration. igioumid intellectual II lit 111'1'-. Scienceicver Ueyotid cJl\\(, tioll. It swms ism ).,>ibloo "The I':\i\ito-itioii will be thoroughly worthy normal cl\1itlol of hi: ( (' us theCzar
I On) the :2d;! of July the President has and never ('alll'xl'di) this wonderul make thu'who (11)- \1ot now iimiorstimdbe of its name and interesting through"Undoubtedly of ut the Hus-ias?

wai stricken down by a self-cra/ed, dis- 'o\'crr--'oll1l'lct in itelt.ullil reaching system under! which we are working beieye out?" .
\"'I *>iuteHlomce-'iekerwhocxclaImedwhcii In moment the1tllllt limits of po.i'ilities. I this, but tliere is not t the !slighttstd.ntht! ; bIYOllll'\1 the expect 1XTJIA SESSION Or TIIK .SEXATK.WASIIIMITOJT ,
f apl ('f' It.'f' have an abundance\ ; of labor, eachepurtment tions of the public. one sense it will : September 23.-Tho follow-
t t ai-re-lcd, "I urn a stalwart of the stalwarts" is in competent hands, and I stand: as n miracle of expedition and a mon.meiit ing has been received from the Department
i'tJ Showing; that he was half fool and half As we are accustomed to t the daily rising 'rerything will he, ready for opening as: ad- to tho enterprise- Atlanta. It is of Matety ,
,1., knave. nllli setting of the sun, and hardly for a mo- ",,'rl[-('(1. ('ss than twelve months since it was lirstleiitioned B the I'resideut of the United Stattt ( ) -
When will the exhibits be received and by Mr. .\tklll'OI. It was located I P"'III/I t i : i.
On the meat realize the wonderful and I"
I'-Jtli) day of September. 1SS1. ut fl'IIt'WI..lmirut'le less than nine months The
t j in ?
plat place ago./; orallz-
object of Interest
10:3.1 p. m., Mr. (Gartield died at iiberon: which for ages was unsolved Wl'ure 'fhl'\' l'uIIUlU'n't'llul'rivlllA' alrea'Iv. I tOI was not effected until the middle ofIrl States Wher'3 require that the Senate to be the convened United

.,,' near Long 11ra11ch in the state of New Jcr- gilttni accustomed to I hi- laity II".- oithe' 'lieeity is now full of directors of i.wcialxhiljit | : l I and tho first prospectus was issued in ut t an early day to receive and act suchmimunioations
t sty, and )his remains, having been removed telegraph, and begin to book at it like *, Ono wingnf the main building isLady hll These live facts month will from the date of open (' a* may be made to upon it on the
IIlI\\', and the whole building will be itg. appear incredible tovery
to Wellington, 1 lay in state in t the rotunda the ordinary n''urrclI'c..f the laws of na- ready September' 15th. The l building ( man woman and child who sees the part Chc.terA.of the Executive; now. therefore. I,
of the C-apitol until l.''t'nln ture, forgetful how short i l:Ixposition; and comprehends its Arthur. President of tho Unie'l
wlun a IlI'ri'Mlltaa clup.-i.-d 1tIH' grown sv> enormously\ hcuunl our first I ('ompletc States: have considered it to be
the funeral cortege left for Cleveland, Ohio, since the white-winrwsl hte.ccngrr upon the estimates that some of our ilireetor have Hess, scope 1111'urjet In tho history' ofwlJrl's Issue this my proclamation my ( \ that ti
lust their Irill Tho main : tHt alone In to ll''larjlg
for fair
( : building, respect
where they were lecelvedon Saturday\ ami road seas and the slowly.turning! wheels of consumed in an: extraordinary! occasion r'uif'the Senate -
is rtinnestlttsizeof getting it
\ vnmie.; | '" Mr. At kill.I'IIII'S up. of the
: after I lying in Mate were lommittrd'to the ltO't wagons, after days and 1 weeks!, andlonths original; plan, and he thought they United) States to convene for the ), y
H ; nliTRXI'RT.TJ FuR PEOPLE transaction f business Ht the
earth In l.aku\'iew C"'IIIt'tl'rlear that city I of time, circulate.! the new of imortaiit I wl'n'IUIIIIl!. Moide this we hurl hall to ..I II a : R. W.TiE Wrenn, the cit.of ashington., on Monday Capitol the 10th in the of
on Monday, the 20th\ of September\ with a'lltho events Ions after they had txviirre.1. i cant other buildinpi that cover more "space :' chief of transportation for the Exposition, (i-tober next, at noon en that day of which
it in 011 the .1 1 of thllll |Ih<- main huiltlill For example we your correspondent learned that unpreoe.nted all I who shall ut that time
honor which was the power of the :: July the retort of ( uiteau'spistol >> hall the hill overlooking the be entitled to Il't
on machinery low
? rates had boon from mcmberi .
American people to bestow. On the fame } had hardly die away before the tlahf hall three large buildings, about ninety feet cities to the I' xpo tlurc. tiegr'ut as to: take notice?tlmat hodyare hlrt'h', rCIICted

liar and at the sumo hour, the )>cop1eof the the electric wires had comiminioatc-d the apart.l To beet the incre.i-iiig; demand whud \,\ "From New York to Atlanta and return" Hiveull..>r may hunt ant the seat of
United :States everywhere assembled and startling news: over the face of the globe; to till the spate between two of these sail he, 1,300 miles, the ticket will be $30; United State at \u\-asl lmgton time 23.1 tlU of
litld tteuwrialt'rv'ices in honor of their departed t with a third building and we will now haveliuilil I less than' front Atlanta to Philadelphia during September, in the day
ant l when Pre-ident
the of
I Jong-sutTerin drew ; our Lord one thou-
to 1,4.1\\1.1'11 other year
the two and thus the Centennial.
Chief Magistrate. On special' himilreil
.Ill id:: last breath at Klberoii: the sad news went lake a -fIi.l 1 row. Hut there U no trouble say twice a month., solid trains will occasions be run 8311\the ( h of and el"ltv.ult and of
THE Mil" I'lIF SIUE,1'T. forth, within the hour an i at tV! ntH'niug\ of Ithllllt tins. Our department are thorough frm New York to Atlanta at $15 for the hlndrlt illlperllello and fcix. '. tl one
United States know the I I h. nr"fllllb.l l and 'each man has all the labor rOln"tn p. '1.'rol Chicago and the rate Sintsl
The people of the verylittle towing day the whole world knew the retur ( ) CHWKK A.
iqulivd. A thousand! men can da In Rill be $22
one -'TUCK
s of the person who has to unlntention 1'rr>idt'nt was "Il'ad. .f. I I I day what ux can Io in ten day-il. To-dav I other cities in; special proportion. The" rate$U.U From aLt n\J AS th'n"Hl.'nt. G!. ULUSK, St'rctary .Suite ,



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I'rofessioual and Itnsiness<< ('ard... ICrnl IXtato.: Adlcrliseumcmits. ;
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T. W. PALM Kit: Till': 1'I.OUln.\ XOTU'F.: OF IX'OIU'on.\'I'IOX. I iJ-:: : T: ."

] r/ : : COMPANY: jI j-I : : : : ,.. /...'" '. J

FERXAXPIXA) FLA.Specfa : : \ .
yce. Thomas Kydd, (Calvin IJ. Dibble Henry
attention given to collecting\ IVriiaiKlina, E.: }Dotlerer, and] (J. Stark, all of. the State of .
OHicc over llor cy's Drug Store. -lU-Oiu I Flnril11Il1lll'r and in accordance' with thl'I "
TOUIIH. on 1C. It. Line, provision: of an act of the State of Florida, I I
"')1. it. *r. IM itvr.r.: entitled "An act to Provide t for the Creation :
.\nd (V lar IC.' .
of Corporations\ and to Prescribe: their (ieneral \- I ,
rEXERAL COMMISSION( :MERCHANT[ Powers: and Liabilities," approu>,d August

:sth: ISOs, and an act of the Legislatureof
CnxTiu: ST., NI\U: ]R. U. ])Fair: said< State, entitled ".\11 lid to Repeal: \ an

Olrerv to Le-xxi-et and Purchaxrrt!' 1Inrgl' act entitled an act to Pro\ide i for thl'l'r"I' FLORIDA MIRROR.
FERXAXPIXA) FLA.liny number of the inot elijxihle and desirahleIjot.o tion of Corporations and to I'n': suitable for IJu..inexs: Purposes or for Jcncral Powers: and J.1lhl1itil'.I\II,1, to Recreate : "
Corn. Oats.CONTRACTOR City or Suburban': Residence: *', and Amend the Sections: l Repealed: \ by
--- ------ -.-- ------ -- said act" approved March llth 15791: !>, do -

.J\ns: :u('( n'I.'lx. UPON EASY: :; TERMS. hereby' associate: ourselves to l'Ih"f as a corporate :
bodv under the name and style of ,: .
/ ANP Dill L1)Ell: :, Lihcral Discounts: on Values allo\\eil to THE 11EACH: ( HOTEL AXD) ROAD\ 'CO)[- ,

parties: c11gagcl in manuf.icturinj or industrial : PAXY. The \principal \place of business of ., .
Alachua Street, between Second and Third, I enterpri'e"ho will erect on the property said Companv\ :shall be in the City of Fernandina hS.T
purchased, Mihstantial i impriixcinentsfor in the :State of Floiid.i.;
FERXAXPIXA..\. 11 That the business! : of slid Company\
rcfidence, or in which to rotuluct their I == hu.. shall be to build and manage: a hotel anilnecessarv ;
iiiesy. I
Orders and estimates from distance Amelia (
a carefully IXDt'CEMEXTS: TO MANUFACTURERS : I : : accommodation teach
\ attended to. :L'.VtfIV. and to obtain), the right of maintaining and 4
.... no ____ _.._..__ __ ... : : i hy exen.ption] for a term or'arol: from toll road; 1 llIlIl't'lil the beach
collecting on (( !
taxation several '
otl'ered hy the cities anti\ "
I. 11.\ IYI"X I( 11'1'. with the (City of Fernandina: .<*
tOWII1'1'1): at
Ac.KNT ill That the capital stock of the (Company '
: O-ilice cor. peach il 7th 1 !Ms., Fernandina \
10-tf :-lIalll'l' ten I thousand dollars, dividedinto' ,
W/lOU'I.\I.l: A.NM: itnTAtf. .
-- !shares of one hundred dollars! each,
BUTCHER .\X}) STOCK DEALER: : :, Till: with privilege stockholder! |to i subscribein < I-
AND ((4)) one-eighth, (lI I ) one-fovnili and ((4)) one- 1 Y -
Dealer in lee.A half -hnl'l'S-Il'1I: per centum of all\ subscriptions -I !
TENNESSEE: UEEF : LAND AND) IMMKiRATlOX( COM PA' YOFFERS of stock to be I Mil: I when inch subscriptions >
: : A SPEC] L\ LTHnoo)1 \ \ ,
arc made, ami. the )rem.iinder; maho \'
STKiir: WHAUK, : ordered by the Hoard of IMieetors: of'IIi1;' 5| -ui j I

19-tf FERNANDIXA. FLA. Company.
--- ---- -- -. -.-.- noo.oooc'rc''I! IV. That the corporation\ ; hereby! created T ry Q nl
shall date! its existence\ from the
I.AI It I) 4V IIAItltlS.T Of the I tIIOSt.I1SSIUI.1.1NI corporate '
day of tiling of these articles i.f incoipora- '

) LACKSMIT1IS: )) :SHIP-SMITHS I : : :;; : U) DI-MP.AIILE) :: \ : thin; as required, hy the act as aforesaid: ;,
and !shall\ continue for the term) of ninety- CJOB

First St.; opposite .\ver "s' :Stable I\MK iv: TIII nine years.: ''lb
1''I'hatIhebu.tIt I (,,SIFlhel'otnlatt'shall: \
All kinds of repairing done at short notice s'1'A'l'IOF: : FLORIDA, he conducted by a Hoard of live ((5)) Direct 0
and at reasonable rates. 44 ors, to be elected thl.'to'kholcll'I'-4011: the J
At only ijil.2.) per acre to new :settlersitl first Monday of March in each I and evcryear >'
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of selection in excepting that the first! election shall
O. S. OAKKS.CONTRACroR the privilege paiceN of -U \ '
1Il'ladllltllI'h I time I as the undersigned corporators -
11I01'Thc' lands 10C'atc'llon l
acres or :-( arc
: or a majority of them, shall determine I
.1N1) IUTILDER, and adjacent to the! line of the upon Said Hoard of Directors! shall '

.. elect President and Secretary and such
M\xtTAcrrir.s: ] ;;. 7 ....;: .ATLANTIC U'LF ANIVIS'I': INDIA other 1oIlIIlJl'tliIlU\'olHl'l'I"I\ as the business of -

TRANSIT: CO.'S 15. R. I the Company\ may require.(
VI. That the highest, amount of indcbt-
TURXED ILLUTEH.K1'WE1.: : '; : : ,
which said
ness: or liability to : corporation\
STAIR RAILS, WOOD! EAVESTROUGHS :: extendiiiK from FFJtNANDIXA: on the Atlantic :
can at any time I subject itseli'sltall: < be twcntyIlvg' I t 1 1BOOK
; SHEATHING/, to CEDAR) KI'Y.olI; the (iulf ('Oll-t.: hundred ((8-,;.oo( >) dollars .

WEATIIERHOARDING: thus iiU'ording) to the I'l'Cllhll'l'rll'IIP\ constant VII.. That the said Company !shall be

".j AND: FLOORING.. and rapid transportation to the hesl vested with all rights); and privileges( which
the acts! heretofore referred to can con\cy.

Stair and Church Work markets. i VIII. In witness! : whereof, we, the Part k's == AND: == "
The J belt of country' I traversed hy the Transit aforesaid have hereunto set our hands! and!1

A SPECIALTY.POORS 11:, R. cmhnuesEVERY) seals: the I 18th day of May, A. I D. ISSI.

.I. ii. McIXNIS.W. .
S. RAWSOX::( ) ,
OF ALL SIXES.: W. H. C. l 11'l1V Ii:: :. ;
Post Ofliec Box 171.jan4 J. to he found in the State, a large propoition{ '1'. KYDD.C. .

...Fernandina. .., Fla.. being peculiarly adapted( to the culture of H. DIHHLE.II. :. j
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ItOltl.VSOX A CO., Si.Mi-TnoPicw.; Fnrnx! and Early Vegetables, 29! (J.. STARK.XOTICJE.E. POTTERER.: :

H. Wholesale and Itetail Dealers in and The ].'II'I'', UouijHirt fiutUes nf Ttmlcr __ ___n

Drugs, Jledleiiies. Fancy Goods, u'iake these lands wt>rthy uf CAlilWUI. EX- PRINTIN4 HOUSE
A t1F 1:1'iNi;) ( 01'' THE: STOCKholders ,
J -
.. of the Heath Hotel and Quad
Chemical Fertilizers, ) tc'., ANn STunr1:11'. ,
Company, held in the city of Fernandina: .,, ; 0 1
No. 73 W. Bar St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. \ : :SETTLERS: : : on the 12th day of September' l&si, pursuant : ..'
jZirWo sell at Savannah prices. to notice 11nly! advert! i-cd t forIlircq weeks, .
$:?J" Send for quotations. 425plyGroceries as law: it was resolved! by a vote
Purchasing! land from this: company furnished of third'-liat'ths or moieof the stock' of sail
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and Provisions." with entirefee pnnnycoi the Transit company then and there represented thai II 1

..-.-------- -'- Railroad for family and personal e fleetsto t the articles of incorporation of said' Head ," >

ii. i,:. I>OTTIICIIC: : the station nearest the land {pirn.ha.sed. as Hotel to extend and (Road the limit Company of indebtedness bo HO amcndcc: or liability Beech Street, Opposite Egmont Hotel, ',./;., .:r.', :'

TITLE: COMPLETE: being derived hy to which said' corporation can at anj ..j' .

\ FlmXA-IHX.\ IJA, grant from the United t States and purchase! time subject itself from twenty-live hundred .. ,-'
c1ollfIIIS! heretofore, to !six thousand dollars,
from the State of Florida.CORRE3POXDENCE.
DEALER IN .41W. tlt..i\.tilikil lit* .......thin /t\ *iP. iltt.. act *.if.* tln
,'l / itH Iff f \ \lf t I HIV
)legislature! of the St'iteol: Florida, "entitledan j
: : SOLICITED.Descriptive ) ) : .
Fine GroceriesAND .
1'miulily act to amend an lid III provide for the

and creation uf corporations, and to prescribe
Mvrs ciKrrr.uis mailed
on their ;general puwcrs and liabilities, and to
npi'licatioii. rcvn.irt;: and amend/ the sections repeahd bysaid
PROVISIONS.Customers CIIAS. W. LEWIS, ai-t." ApproveI 1iiu-('b' II 187!). 1 ] ltNANIN1l {' .

I. uid Connnissioner.OfHcc I i. STARK: '

cor. Ueaf-h and Seventh Sts.: Chairman and Pict.-I'resitlent.: .
KMf"j. Wi i.i.iM 11. C. DriiYii:,

can rely upon getting CHOICE '_ _. h. _ :Secretary and TrcasuuT. .J II I .
_. #P::: .
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fiOODS, n* II. rilESCOTT.Style NOTICE: OF INCOItl'u11A'1'IONOF >, :::.... '. : : .

.. .
THE: """ "' --- -

LIISIUIICG: : *v I\DIA.\ iiviii: j r .r'4'ra.4 r
Fit, : ., '
4 ,
Comfort, BY nntliority of an Act of the Legislature r
of the State of Florida, entitled
-a \M "An Act to Provide for the Incorporation
Railroads]I and (':IlIall," and approved' February \ (Having! added NI 'V 'I'1'1'1.tNi: > \l\\\ ritllSSlIS: : tv our onice, ;andjunin-;

Durability. )IWh! 1871.' notice\ i h hereby\ given, us: '
required by said act that a company has SKILLED] : WORKMEN'; who know how to tutu the 'name, we art now .
4_ been formed nmlcr the .
name of the ". ';:
LEllSWRG: : ; : .\: INI)1.1iu\'1:11: RAhV prepared to do any and every kind of printing ,> ";'0>

l ROAD>> C'OMPAXY. '. ': ,It .: .
Thil'al't,' for
reserved to be invested 1 with all the '. '
rights PO\\ ; :;' '
privileges and franchiseconferred! upon ',: .' .j> ,; t ;;:'r
.\. it. NOYIS, companies formed tinder said. .\'t. for the1"lrl'o'o > .,
of 7'
constructing? maintaining and
< roeer and. Ship Chandler: Having largely Increased my operating a railroad fur public! use in the
conveyance of persons: and 'property. The'
FERXAXDIXA FLA.TDAKERS stock, of* Foot-uear. in both fine main line (If said railroad will!I )ho about ((1u!)) ,
eighty: miles in length will )be constructed
tiiKl iiiodiuni I ;
grades" inn t"IUI.
from a (point on the Tropical Florida Railroad FROM A 500-PAGE BOOK TO A VISITING CARD
bled to before elisteulI-
place my nearly duo wtt hunt Ix-e burg in ,
Sumter CUlllltI"Jorilll, ; thence Eu: ,t to
TS' u ,'('r,' large assortment' of
Ix-esbiirg! ; touching; the southern, portion of
Hoofs' mind Shoes made hy the Iike Grilttn.! the Hurt hrnl. |MHHI of I Lake
Harris ; thence III I-uko Ku: >tis and Dora,
most competent and shrilled" p passing; through Orange ::11I11 l Jlrl'''lo -

----- workmen. These' 'oods were tu a itt or lutir Titii'"\ isle:. on Indian
t River; with branch'to 1 Like Alwipkn .
\Naa.: 4; 'uu-xn, purchased, for ('.\SJ(, and are and Lnke'I'uhoi.ktliiguiii; irangeun(1) '\ Hre- -,-">1$"t..'..
yard {'iintir,. 'J!
: : AND CONFECTIONERS. : only eYclianged fur the Nameeommodity. D. I E:. MAXWELL.FEAN'K : AN !Neatly and an
j} This, Mill he deem 11. PAPV, .. :: : : : !
CIIOICK .H'1I1 1 I';. WU X I':;\\'. .s,44':
ed u pleasure' after seeing' e.uminliiK \- .. .. ., ,,..:it./ ,
: -'.'''
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Groceries" Cigars' and Tobacco, and learning at what .> ,. ., -' \ ,
.: .
I SI.M'S IMItrOIC ICIS'I'\: (In\\'I', )" 1,.. A..r.,_._'. '- iJ'
""f "': : "
TOYS AXD FANCY ARTICLES.Weddings. : extremely low prices' these, r '

(;ouch mire oU.c'r..d.t'o Hc-twien (' ntrl' end Alacliua, -..r .. 'l 3 J.' P. .

: Entertainment: *, lUll Picnics, ':"' ... '. ., ". .- '
furiL..hv l at the shortest notice, at ruck-lioN: ] "" dock, or
toni prices, at Ft'ltISIIICiOOOS In" worthy v "\ ,--, .., ", ,..' '.
the attention of those" desiring, j
Centre Stret-t ,
AVIX ntvntlv III ''''II and fitted up ; '
:yi. opp. old i p. o. Handing. fine CioodK. ., my PININCi hOO I:. I sun prejunslo ,
-- -. -- ; turn i..\h nii-aN at all I 1.It... x"ttfii in 1
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) it JIOI'.SE h*CONTAIMXO, front Huzza recede careful and promptutfentlon. ,X(" : ; : UIW I'ItU'R4.ii. : !!f"I J the. HtlSt(.. Order. for. .pithier* will*, receive. 'prompt attention froll"\'h.. AihlivUji. : .?.. .
large YArd. Orange, Lemon end H.inana 'If -.....
'rrt> -.. fkaitrally lin-uteil. (J *n.l title, t-tc. J H. PRESCOTT Iguaruntwto ?uit the tate of the iiraMtidiou ... x'"J)4: : '. pr.OUI1)A >rTlnU'n';:;ov.:' ... ,i.

I.'r' ('.rtI -r I itirtii-ulir*, inquire at thisoflicv. I ( iture. A trial b all I aik.COOKK.. ,,,\" '. .-'>, .,...",.."h.,_.'.",, --.1<""':"." ',, .. ....1;:"'. ,. .
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f To the FAitor nf the Mirror( : Plant
1'iiiftMl Crmll/.T"/e-H. I). Davis- Sanderso
SlalosMXIl 011I ,
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; In looking over a nautical journal my eye n'rl'k.J.] Ions, Sanderson. Collector of 'rnllr.-J'retkra.k N. Foy,
directed to paragraph containing the or Tin OFFIfK, fltlNF9v1LLF! :. 'IrtTe.{ C C. Herndon, Sanderson Omla.Suprilllcmll''l.
was Jlegixtcr: -l,. ..\. Barnes C. Martin[ !
Gainesville] Affsw T nf ffchfxilt- ,
of 1'. San
name of vessel which I had noticed some FLOHW.'fnAX lT ]UA1L110AD: )) Nf'I'ci"I'r-.rohll I"". Uollin (Gainesville' 11er1l01l.Chlel'l'l". -leol'go Ctmova. Fort McCoy.

time before reported abandoned. The time l'JXIXHUJAH: UAILUOAD), 'Meager.ienerl-\fniactmI. Martin i Talla of JirvciHte-Uichanl Kennedy. MOXUOK: COUNTY.County .

slice she was led to I the mercy of the elements llrmieli hassee.: : Dai: 'by vi l he..Snprrinrnrlrnt. Judge-Cbas. $. ]Baron KeyVcst.: .
HiM )
was! of such distant. date that I could ( M+TtWT COfHT. / i f ,SV'/ W<-.\. .1. "'. Cobb) (,CI'l'l'l.tlr'. Knight Key West.Kheriff '
//IIlyc-Thollll :Settle: 01 us)lel'. Dcmcrritt West.Ase'or .
filled with AM) Jacksonville. (/ (jcorge A. Key
but wonder ail imagination
my O\\'IJ.LJo: Mnnlnil-.]. H. Durkce!; Jacksonville. \DFOKIl COfSTY. of Tares--Walter C. Maloney[ Jr.,
1)lctllrcdlcenes which she must have en. l'EHX.XIJJX..LCl (J1erkl'hilip'nltcr, Jacks! nmviIIc. Comity .T"l/fc-.r.. 1l. Richard Providence., KeyVcsl

countered while alone, warring with the tumultuous UAILUOAD.) IXTKIIXAFIIVK.MJ: : : : :. Vltrtt-Hl'lirJ"'. York, hike llutlcr. Collector 1(1'eIlUC'utter C. Maloney,

< waters of our eoa'lt.I C'nlMr)DeiinN Kajjnn: Jacksojiville.'or.iiiTous Sheriff{{ -\\'. W. Tnmblin., Starke.' Jr., Key We'st.Supcrintendcnl.
' &li Ml ;\ .I"**csnri>f Ttu-n-X. Wainwright Lake of tichooh' -J. V. Harris!" Key
I About the 20th of December, 1880, after a In Kffccl; Allay ( : OF CUSTOMX.John ]Imtler.CoKator. West l

severe passage of some two weeks, while on / W. Howell, Fernandina. of! lirrnnic-Imnberry Haynes, X' .\ !oI\lT COirXTY.::

j voyage from Wilmington, N. C., to New 001X0 KOl'TII. l Kdward: Hopkfn[ Jacksonville.( Santa Fe.ti'ilicrintrHdnit. G'rl1llll.T"tlfc-1IilltOIl J. Uaker, Fenian di
she had John/ !I''. )House, St. .\II IIo l York, loaded with lumber (after Leave Fcrnandina........................ Il'.tsl' a.m. .1. M. ('II rric', Cedar. Keg : Htnrk('. v dina.Clerk: .
been cased of the greater part of her deck- Leave Hart's Uoad..... ......... ........ S/.17) tun. -J. A, Bdwards,1'crnailinil. 1'
lltf.V\UI! .! '
load), her master!" and crew abandoned her Leave Callahan. ........ ......... ......... 1 10.52: a.m. COf.NTY.County .crig-I'cter'onc' Fcrnandina.AfrcMor : .
for another schooner in which they were Leave Dutton) ............ ......... .........1 11.22a.m.I : : Slate Ofll'rs.1'X.r:1'l"1'l Poi Judge-James A. McCrory, City l of Tiijrcs-Win. II.I Jarland: Fer-

l Leave Brandy Branch .................II.:"A; a.m. ': : n: DEi'AIT116ST.iorr'Inr1V II t. nandina.Collector. '
,, carried safely to Baltimore. Leave Baldwin ...........................1:: .OJ: p.m.' ( ('b'id-A. A. Stewart. Titu"' Villc of Ikenue-\Varrclt F. Scott, Fer
I ; Next I read that the 7th of May[ she was Leave Max\1 lIe...........................12.:3: : : 1'.111. i..i/tlCIIII nm.1). IJloxham, Tallaliasse.l *I I Aefur of Tiu-i's Wallace U. Moses( !" (Jcor- nandina.Sniierintcndtnt.
S'clwrh-\\ :;
spoken or, rather, boarded ; at which time Leave 1.lIwt\ ............................. 1.131'.111. cl, Key West.tonclary Uoreruor-Livtngstoii. llcth- gianna.Vvllcdorof( ( 'nllnl of Mahoney,
Onlf Stream Leave Temple's........................... J .21/1',111.!) ; J/.I'f/l//t-I-)1. Plait t, Lake Jcs- 11I11
!she' had been driven across the Leave Starkc .............................. 1.3S:: p.m. lahassee. nf! Nute-,lr>]in L. Cratvford'I'ul sup Orange County. on\ W" t'utXTY. '

ttnd then drifted down south of Bermuda Leave Thurston .......................... 1 p.m. tHwrintendrHt, o.Ychools.1.. Grady.. La Coitnti// Jndijrl." \ L. :Snmmerlin: Orlando.! .
i where she lay dangerous vessels. There she was boarded and Leave Gainesville........ .............. 3.30:\ p.m. I 1i'/I'I/'I'-1Il'l\\ .L'Englc I Tallahassee. ('1\\' C'oUXTY.County -Thomas \\\ Shine, Fort Ueid. ;
Leave Arrcdondo ............... ......... :3.52: : p.m. I hassee.Commissioner Attorney-Genet. ( George P. Uancv: Talla .1/ldfC-.T.! T. Copeland, Orange .1. ../,. ,wJ/' of* Ta.rcn--James )[. Owens, Fort ?

ropes and sails taken from her, while many Leave Batton........ ..................... 1.117 p.m. Park BciI,1'lu. K,
other little things were gathered together to Leave Archer.............................. .4.2! p.m. Tallahassee.Superintendent. of! Ism da Hugh A. Corley. Clerk-O. A. Ituddington, Green Cove Colhrlor of //w-Xat./ 1'oyntz, (Orlando.Sinierinte'inteiit ) t s

do duty on another craft. Leave Bronson ............ ............... 5.011',111. : Springs.Xhfriff' / of, Schools-John T. Decks,
This not the first time she had been Leave Otter Creek.................. ...... .' :.ln p.m. Foster, Tallahassee.Adjiitant'deiiernl of! .J'uUic ]'I'I/'m-J'' :. K. James "'. DeWitt, irecn( Cove Fort 1 Hcid.: i4
:F was Leave Boscwood: ..... ................... ".K5 pan Springs' PL'TXM' COUNTY'
approached, as' most of her sails had been Arrive Cedar Key........................ <0.5.i p.m. -J.I3.: Yonge" Tallahassee: A* e**I/' of! T:t.rea-Wm. Conway, Kingsley.I ..It,7fcf! l'//I7)//-B. Harrison, Palatka., ,
A taken off( previously by some other vessel ; WJRKVU OF IMMlOItmoN.Cinnmiffioner I Collirtor of Jlemiue-"'m. S. Plummer, Clerk-"'. F. Forward, Palatka.Sheriff t t 1
/ -A. A. Robinson Tallahassee.
IIOI NOUTIC. ( Maxvillc.Hii .
and the chronometer hud<< been taken, from Thomas Shally.'

t the cabin, where it was left when the crew Leave Cedar Key........... ............... 5.30:\ ) a.m. Clerk-U. C. Long, Tallahassee.Special l [ .)>rrntcndrnt of Schools( -M. 1'" (kilter, A''YYSOi'-S,1'.1'iminns; tw
Leave Rosewood( .......................... fi.IO a.m. ..1 q'III-H:1I1ll1l'1 Fai rhall \lid llclnirg. Collector IkrCUOC-Joseph! Price.HHIiiriiiteitdciit '
escaped, they, only Icing able to rare their. cheats Leave Otter Creek....................... 7.00 a.m. Building, Jacksonville D. S. PlaceValdn ks. Astor rot.f.Miiu nitrxTY.' of Public School*- J. W.Strickland. .
of clothing anil other effects. Leave Bronson....... ......... ........... 7.-12: ; ('iiirhl Jutl/tr, -\\". M.[ I vex. Jr., Lake 't Again, about the middle of June, a captain : Leave Archer.............................. 8.IG n.llI. HtTKKMi! : roUKT.Clilcf Clerk-John Vinzant, Jr., Lake "City. TAYLOR COUNTY.Comity .
{" wlo went on board could not find Leave Ballon .............................. JUS:l a.m. ..T/(. tirc-K M.[ Uandall: Jacksonville.( ".SierUfJV. Perry Lake City. Jndije"". H. Parker, Perry.
-3. | Leave Arredondo ........................ 8.58 a.m. Associate Justice-J. Westcott, jr., 'Tallahas .f.q. r*SIJ/' nf TuxcsL.V.. Rivers.'Lake City. Sheriff t Thomas M O s tecn, Perry.
.. much to plunder, so he cut the standing Leave Gainesville....................... 9.3. a.m. see.AsKociatnJimtice Ol/cel'I/if Ttures-3. L. Parish:< Lake (City. Clerk-John C. Calhoun: Pcrrv.Superintendent h

>' rigging from her masts, and again left her, Leave Waldo .......................... ...10.30a.m. -H. II. Van Valkcnburgh, Superintendent r if S"'IIJl.J III i u 1'ototllallll'r: of! Schools, -T. J. Franklin,
w without support to her spars, in almost the Leave Thurston............ ..............10.51( I a.m. Jacksonville.Clerk Lake City Perry.
..............11.11 1 I -(C. 1I. Foster Tallahassee.
of six weeks before. Now at Leave Starke ... ..... ... a.m. 111\'.\1. COfXTY. County Treasurer). 8. Sutton, Perry.
same position Leave 'felu ple.s...........................ll..'O a.III. 1'IIM.VIT JUIXJKS.: : Jnd County Sitriri/or D. N. 'ox, Perry.Collector .
County -William A. :McLean[ Jack
4 the date of August 27, I read the paragraph) Leave Lawtey ............................11.37:: a.m. First (,'iicnit,, Maxwell:; sonville.Clerk je of 1'IIIIC.r. -

;1 where she is reported by a steamer from the Leave Maxvillc( ...........................12.20: p.m. sal'Ola..Secwml. -Augustus Pen- -Thomas 10:. Itnckman Jacksonville.\ ..r.FYv'FFo, o'f TIJ'eS. I H., Peacock, Perry.ST. .

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West Indies to New York some two degrees Leave Baldwin'\ ... 1.101'.111. < Cilil.-DavieI S. Walker Tallahas SI"'l' Itowden, Jacksonville.Awttor JGIIX'S COUXTY.County .
Leave Brandy Branch.................. 1.::!M! p.m. -
south and a little cast of her former position ......... of Titjrcs-.\. J. Prevatt, Jacksoiiillo. : Judijr M. 1 U.: Cooper, tit .\ugUiI :
Leave Dutton ..... ........... ,. 1.11 p.m.' see.Third .
Cil''uU-K.t. VI1II1.mlil'oll.:; ( \
with only one mast standing, the other Leave Callahan: : ........................... :2.22: : p.lIl. Fourth Collector I tine. t
;) having succumbed to the terrible hurricanes Leave Hart's Uoad...................... :3.2.: p.m. Circuit-James M. Baker; Jackson: Jacksonville.bujirriiitcndt'iit of. Ikrrnrc-Muses" J. Brown, CI"rk-Jlarto( Oliveros, St. .\ngl1 tllle.

of the Atlantic. Arrive Fernandina ............... ..... l.oop.m.) ville.Fifth ; Sheriff-Uainon Ilernandex, St. AugustineAKneffor
Circuit-James B. Dawkins, Gaines: S"'IIJt.AlIJl'rt .1. 1'us- of! Ta.rrs-Bavid L. ])1111 hlIlI. St.
! What wonder that she can still live on Trains daily, except Sunday. vine:. sell Jacksonville.\ : ..Ulgustinc.uteet.n'oIeCenUf'Joseph:!; Y

g ((1 seem to feel that vessels almost have life ---- -.-. -.--. -'''- .",'.rlh/ Circuit; -II. J.. \litctelI'l'ang, } a. \MII.TON COI-XTY.' ( 1'. Llambias,
S"'cllih Circuit\\'. Archer Coeke, SanfordCourt St.: Augustine.Snpi t .
when they are so obedient to their masters) CmiHti.luilif-Henry J. Stewart, .la Ier. t,
PENINSULAB: RAILROAD: Clerk-J. <'Caldwcll ./.Jasper. rintendent: of Sthools-C. Jo'. Perpall) ".
while so many that have the care mid experience ( Waldo Brunch) Calendar.KIKsr >/ ('<'{//'-James .(. 1 Duncan: Jasper.Arw :St. Augustine.\
of old shipmasters are riven asunV sr.Mi'Ku"' couxrv.
of 1kl'C..J.. U. ]Hunter( Ancriun. y
dcr, and nothing left to tcll'the sad fate of TermSanta Collector Rrrenuc-\V./ / II. II. McLeod( (inntg./n1ye-I1'iiryS./ C:u "i idy, Leesburg:< ,

\'l'ssell\lll 1 crew. Leave1'aldn Junction................ :2.15! j 1'.111. :: Rosa :Monday( in October.,I Columbia County.NiijM'riiitcHdeitt; Clerk--Thomas J. tiny, Leesburg.Sheriff .
Leave Santa Fe........ ......... ......'... : ,18 j p.nm. Walton, Ith :Monday in October) ofHeJioolii/ -Joshua II. Uoberts !-,], S. Dyches, Leesburg.Aet l
Who can imagine the terrible trials and Leave Hawthorne ....................... 1.05 ] .in. Holmes, 2.1 Weilnesday after 1th : Ancruin. I nrt.fTujre -(i. P. Wall Webster.\ !
groans of agony she must have parsed!" Leave Lochloosa(> ......................... .J.I.i 1'.111. in C October. Monday; IICKNANPO: : : Col'XTY.: Cult'cOf! Jiei-cniie-John "'. Dyches,

through before she would acknowledge the Leave Orange Lake..A. ,'}.-IO p.llI.j Washington, 2d: Monday( after Ithfowlay: ... : Leesburg.Superintendent.
( i power of the storm waves? How she must Arrive Ocala.........'...................... 7.001'.111.j jfoixo in October. County. .I"ll'J. Fricrson. I'rooksville. Sumterville.County of Schools-.\. C. Clarke,

have pleaded in speechless misery for her ( : NOUTIC.Leave Jackson, :3d Monday( after 1th Monday( in (/a/-.1.: C. Law llrooksville.
1 t October.E.scambia.. "It/O'-.J.; ] P.. Mickler[ Urooksville.AtfcMiruf FVW.\\'r.r. corxTY.::
good crew not to desert her ; hcfW /she must! Ocala,5..I.') a.m. 1st Monday in December. )(. :;
I Tnxer Frank E.Saxon: I!rooksville. ?- M. Blackburn Live
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have begged and plead to have been taken ,I Leave Orange: Lake ..................... 7.20 a.m. This Hctumcndud section; :2! of net of/ February ] ., Oak. ,
Leave inn'hlnst...... ......... ..... ..
... 3.30:
"' in. What hopes must have baoyctlhcr| up ( a.m. 10, 1879! :end does not change: I the Collector ollcrcnneF/ M. Townsend, Clerk/ -Uobert A. Reid, Live Oak.
Leave I Hawthorne........................ 0.15a.m. :Spring; Term. BrnksviIh'Srrpr'i'iutcnulct. Shelr-.John U. Sessions.i Live f
: when first boarded and the prospect looked Leave Santa Fe.................. ......... !0.15a.m. mini l'llt'rlT.Sjrrinll / of S.It'HllsH.. Tim ra-;1mer, of Tares-W.II'. SessionsVc1;'' : -
f fIP, '- bright to be once more taken to port, there Arrive WullloJUII'tloll... ..... .... 10.15 a.m. Term- Fort Dado.) born. 1

1 to fulfil her mission. How great must have ------- .-.. -. Taylor, 1st Tnc.vlay after M: :Monday( in I1l1.IMQnOlonm: COUNTY Collector of J'TI'IIIIC-H.Jlrt.! F. Allison,

J been her disappointment: when, stripped) of April.MadNon! Live Oak.Superintendent. "
1... Crane I
County .1/1dYI'-H. Tampa.
1 1r FEUNANDINA: it JACKSONVILLEUAILUOAI : !.1 : in of Sdwul.-J. 0. C. Jones
: Monday
her bails, her charts!' and chronometer taken Clerk-AS'm. C. Brown; Tampa.Sheriff ) ,
Live Oak.
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in .
April.Suwanoe .
she left again to her fate. ; 1). Isaac Craft, Tampa.A .
was watery
; away, VOI.UMA '
)i i 1st :Monday( after .lIhlolI,1ly: : A e. mr of! Tnxe.,-S. K. Sparkman, Tampa.Collector COUNTY. ,
Then at each succeeding visit, instead!! of in (}
April.Joiumbia ]
u/ll/ly.lI/lll'-J:1l11c:! I. Chandler Knterprise. '
In l-.ffut;(/ : Mny 6V/i, JSflt.tOINO of J'p'ell'w--\\. F. Buns, Tampa.tfiiperiiitcitildit -
r i succor and assistance, to he robbed of all ( :M Monday after 4th Monday : )t'SclamL-W'.1'. I lendersionTami f
: that is valuable until even the rigging is in April. : I >a. Clerk-John Dickins, Enterprise l
( : SOUTH.; Lafayette, ith Tuesday: after 4th Monday ""u'rl.tfA.( Cone, Enterprise.: .
i taken from the masts! and she left, probablyfor in .April. JEFFEKSON.Con Assessor of Tuxes-John Anderson
1 the last time, to struggle alone and try Leave rnI\lH1il1a..l1. a.m. & 5.30: p.m. Fall 1'-11I- at if Jndyr-.1,11. Christie, Monticcllo.s7i [ prise. ,
; Leave\ Hart's Uoad: ......11.43: a.m. & ((5.01 )p.m. '1'1V lor 1st after 1st inOctober. "r////)/'-'l'. II. Simkins, :Monticcllo.Cleri ; ( Collector ,
to keep her name above the sea of oblivion. Tuesday Monday oj'/t't'I'/wc-JollII B. Jordan, De-
Arrive JH'k OIl'i1Il'.l.iIO: p.m. A: 7.05 p.m. -\\ C. P.ird: I. Monticello.ffiijtfrinteudent ( Land.Superintendent.
All through those fearful months of winter
tiOINcl; NOHTH.' Madison( Monday\ [ in October. of S'houh-\V.. U. Taylor, / / of Schools-A. Cranshaw,
the cutting winds made no impression on Monticello.
Hamilton, Kb Monday( : in October. Enterprise.' :<
hull .or spars, but the tierce hurricanes of Leave! : Suwaunee, hot Monday after 4th Monday( Co'iiitii Trrnnri.r-\\ M' Oirardcau, Mon WAKU1.LA: fOUXTY.County : .
1 Leave Hart's 1oall..II..I: ) ; a.m. &. 1.15 pan' in October. ticello. \
summer tore fromits, foundation one mast. iJudie-\V.! A. Oile, Crawfordville.
Arrive 1"ernandina,10.25; a.m. V Colfei-tur{ Ihminr-Joseph: 1'ahnerlon
I .1.501'.111. Columbia:\ lIf'tl'r.tth '
Still she .struggles gallantly on amidst the Monday Monday ticcllo.A filerJ( -W. 11. \\alker, Crawford ville.\
daily October. ,
tempest, with that eager hope for life HO often excl'l'tIIHlay. ifayrttt, Oth t Tue.sday'after 4th Monday( ',*emir. n/. Tiixi'*-J. P. Cirantham: Waukccnab. Superintendent Clerk-Nat. U. Walker of BcllJ"lsT., Crawford vi. lie.Duval

ascribed mortal in October. '
man CrafOI'l(t, ill 1..
From (ho cold, icy north, through the CONNECTIONS.AT : ForiiTir ('IRCt'IT.Sju LAFYETTK COl'XTY. County Ts T"I'alfllrl'l'V.. Walker, Craw
warm current of the Gulf, down almost tot -iarl TI'I'III- (hllllf/I.TII"Ie-.1.! Dixon, New Troy. fordville.
\, the tropics has!' her dark form been driven, FKUXAXDINA, F1A., St. John's, :2il Tuesday in March. ,1'hr,1-' Thomas Walker, New Troy I CIJIlI'etorof llt"'ClilIlJ-.1l. Wulke-rl'ra\\-

and now, covered with barnacles and surrounded 11'ifhc W.. York and .' .eaum- /'I t.tV. ,111.*... "' ,>i r..r.I.""u. Clerk-Howcll I Hawkins, New Troy. I forlh'iIIl'.
t = by fishes, she still Moats, like a leviathan .ship Line from New York nn Tuesday, at u Bradford, Istt Tuesday: in April. ."nJHrialerulelrtof.ti'hooFt-J.0.Ramsey/ New Ase*ir of Ta.res(.!\ U. Reynolds: : Craw-
of the deep, a dangerous obstacle on a. m. or 1.00 p. in., and t for New Yo'rk; on Maker :Tuesilay in April. Troy.Conntti. ford ville. .
the broad ocean. She needs no pity but if Thursday after urri\'ul//'afternoon trains Nassau :'M: Tuesday in April. T.t'/If/l/'I'-J. )[*. N. Peacock, :NewTroy. ----- --------------
she did the hearts of thousands who have: With Georgia: and Florida( Inland Steam' ]1)nval,1st) Tuesday: : in May.( G. ..'. .\.VI It'",
known similar circumstances andlike, fates boat Company from Savannah' daily except Full TirmSt. '. Collector of Rt'I'I.'ute-Xewton Sapp, New

would go out to her in pity /as: to a lost Monday: I ; for Savannah daily except Sunday. John's :2d Tuesday in September.\ Troy.

friend ___ _________ __ HCTitissTox's .\. With Charleston' Steuuerfrom ta Savannah Clay) 1th Tuesday in :September.Itradford : .fM'I'IIII/'j' T and Charleston Wednesday and Sunday; 1st! Tuesday in October. LKOX: coUNTy.authiJrtdtrVmii '
MOMI'. for Savannah and Charleston. Tuesday anil Maker, 2d Tuesday in October.Nassau I'.Ilvn1Tallahassee. LIVERY AND] BOARDING STABLES.CAUUIAfiES : .

Hamilton Disston)i Albert S.1)i' .,t"n1111 Friday.With. : 3d Tuesday in October. "'berii9-.1. [ ""
Steamer Flora from St. River Duval lit Tue lay in November.FIFTH MOseley'l'allulmassee :
Horace[ C. Disston, sons of the late Henry Mary's Clerk C. A. Hryan, Tallahassee.Siijurintendcnt :< WAGONS '
Disston have by direction of the Orphans landings on Wednesday and Friday ; f for C'lUfflT. Tu and from Steamers and\ Trains
: r lj'&i'IlUlJld-.1[i'lt ry N. Fclkel, : "
Court filed the trot account ofthcir stewardship St.lary'a liver [landings: on Sunday; and SJlrillfi'rlt- Tallabas, ce. CONTRACTS FOU HAULING, ETV:
as executors of their father'sestate. This '. Stuuter, :M: 1 Monday[ : in Marrh. Tmu/lrrr-J. L. Demilly. Tallahassee Foil SUE! : .
1 is! an outcome of a claim of George $. Gaudy AT ( \U.IIS.'fo Marion( 4th Monday; in March. Collector of Keren ue-C.: C. Pcarcv, Talla HOUSES: : ;, IirGGIES' ; :
x son-in-law of deceased and husband and from Savannah' at 10.15: a. III. ami\ Putnam 31 Tuesday after 4th Monday[ inM h a.o; l'('. .
r Mary Disston, who survived her father onlya 2.20 1'. m. [arch.Levy. .h.l *''**III' of fu'rF-I1 i. A, Croome Tallahassee #fl-TEKM.S: AND WAGONS'

few months. At her death Mr. Gaudy rereived AT 1UU>W1X, .'1.\., 4th Tuesday! after ,1th Monday in .Zironice:! and<<\ tll"Il.-Fin.t CASII.-tZ
money aggregating) ) $30,000: which the March.Alachua[ LEVY: Cul'NTY.bunt11 broom Street, near
To and from Street Wharf.
Disatons understood at that time was Tallahassee- 12.20: noon
after Ith :; 49-tf
\ 41h Monday Monday in ( J"d'i'-\V. I II. Sebring. ]ltron
in full payment of all claims. Ue- and 1.00 p. nt. "on:, "
March.Fait( ----
CIt'Tk-J. 11 i. I la ]Uronson.ShertJF .:
n-o, --- -
however Mr. made
handy further HCO'"t'H
AT LnolllXXMl, FL\. 7i'l'm- Parker and Tinware.w. .
J. Sj. Ilronson.A .
claims for balances alleged due to him, --- .
Snmter Octoln-r. -- --- -
1st )Monday ....
.1II'lIfJ1'iucl.oul>4 Appell' I, Uronson.Collivtuf ----- ;
and employed Leonard U. Fletcher, Esq., asj With Steamer Alpha for all )itoints and Marion[ :3d Monday in October. i-. STKKITY
f 1fl'r/l/lt-J. Ira lore
( Cedar
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The Dis-stons refused landings on Orange Jike I .
counsel. an account on arrival of Peninsular I'utnam. ;3.1$ Tuesday in November.
and Mr. Fletcher 1 obtained an order from the Uailroad Train. l1'vtth in November. Key. Second Street, opposite) the Post-Office
Tucstlay XiijH'rinteiident( 'irlwlJJ.. U.t )1 11111'n- ,
court. The value of the 1
personal rollCrh'at
.\la llUa in
AT OCAH. 1st Mundayaller4tlm Tuesday hall Uronson.
< >is.'Itou'tllleath l,35t,53.M5; anti 1 ,
Mr. 1 was : November.Term. .
the accountants, after deducting claims, With Stage Lino to'unl1 from Urooks\ille:" tllCn"TIl t"UU"JT.Spr:1 JMIMHOX( corxTY. ....,p' .'

s show a balance of $227.870.71:!: undivided. daily except Sunday. County Judije-I U, Witherspoon' Madison. (
'Aft The cost of the burial lot, mausoleum and Tuesday, Thursday and f'utullltfrmn; t1;
t funeral expenses for the deceased millionaire Ocala and Tampa on Monday, Wt-dncsdav; Orange" 4th Monday in January. ItrijJ'-H. M. Hankins, Madison.[ I'll'
Volusiu ::1.1 l in 1 .
Monday February.lirevard.
,3 -1'hl ldriphia Kschamje. and Fridar. ." .. '
was $33,508.70. Iht Monday in March. Cttrk-John 1 1. Hl'Jr Madison: l .. .f"\-;,''tl' :..
AT CEDAR KEY, FLA., ]):\,11':1.1: Monday in April. fiii/ifriiileHdfnt/ of .SrA'W*-JJ. S. Tyner, I t t ; 'f,' !'ty
TIIK l'OL"Ue'IGllT. Madison.liniity( '
With Steamer Miller to and from IVmaco- Fall TrriAOrange- ( Treiunffr-S. S. Smith, Madison.tWfeturnf \ .:i "' -'.. ...'J.
: .
is mistake to that the Arctic ,
It a suppose la on and ) 2d Monday in August.Volittia. ol\ I .
Monday .
), winter, in the higher latitudes, \is: a [long Friday.With 2d: Monday in SepttmlnT.Brevard.4th lrfraae-M) II. Warring, Madison. ( ': _-:: .-
dreary': one of owjue| darkness. The highest \ Steamers Clinton and .Wurmt: for Monday September.' .1-----_.r ., "-" :' -1..,., ,\;,
Newrl'ans! un Friday ; from New Orleans .1rsnYorft f Tura-ll.1)J "'al*."wortll. ital.iwlt1. ..t.;.:.', ,
latitude yet" reached by man is R'l:: degrees 20 Dade :Monday\ ( in Xon'lIIl..r" ..
min. 20 sec., and there twilight lasts hour on Saturday\ ; from J1u'lml111111 Key" Wt-t, 1 w-i- .J'

and 42 minutes on Dec. :22. tho shortest day on Friday ; for Key West and )lU\"UIIIIOIl M \KTKKf nll'(T\ .. .
of the Northern year Man: [ will have to go aturday.. ( 0""" Ofll<-.>rM." iYUdyJ.n?! ?--/. 'F.l'ruwfurilManatee.)

Mine 327 miles further North than he has With 1"llIrhl"Hamlla Mail Steam-drip ,\LU'lllI\ Irlt'.TY.wooly ('/<'!*-lloU-rt H. (IrillIth\ )[l1l1att....

yet gone if he i is to reach the region of absolute Company' :,tt'.1I1fur Key \\'(* ulI.1 Tarn-- ( J, ///r-Jumna ('. Gardner, elain"I1< 'Xhrri.H. H. "'al'Mn, Pine Ixvvl.Atnttfur ).
darkness The pole \itself is!! in the dart pa mi Monday\ and Thursday. vide. nf 'flJt.t-H. J. Tyler, Uradcntown

but 77 days-from Nov. 13 to Jan. 29., Therein With Steamer F.nterpre, for 1Ninhlull the fterl-J. A. C4irli'U% taiiuvilk) Cvlltctvr t-f Unfimt-Marion (I. Carlton! STOVES: ;, JIKATEK3.: IIANGER&

a period of about four days in the year Suriraiimi' River, on Thursday\ at u a. m. ,"hui.1f-Julm \\'. Turner, liaincNvIMv 1'upavh..wJMrirdrnelrrtl/ TIN ASU : a
during which the sun t hines on both poles For information .lue.msoy f njrn- \\'. Hu tborii(>, of .'"v 1"11'/1-Felix J. Seward, hllEET.IRUNVAItE:,
at the came time. This U due to the fact etc., apply to respecting route. rates, Ilawthorne.Lllrrlrof. Pine I lA:\'t'1. mWJXUSH (UTTERING,

that the sun is larger than the earth, and AVtmw*-- .
that his rays are bent by the carlh'u/ atmosphere .\. O. MuDONEI.L: vale., -('\ .Jud'jf Suiuiiel F. Man-hul.[ Ocala. A larjrfst.k-k of WKOS. ETC.:

in such a way as to converge. upon| his Tim'l; Ticket and VA*... .\ l'lIt. iSuJM'riuteoJrrt (>f &rbiMj4-\\'. -!\. /hheats. ('lcrl ItoU-rt Uull.Hk, N-rtltt.. a t'l111, andt-oimmre; \ Stoves i pri5 's!ifhVlw m '

d Biir&ce. I) K. MASWU.L: Gvn'ISupt. :21 Gahll'a\'Illl'. .s4tri.f\. 1 II.$ l'rttldltJdI, C oilier housed, here or my dOC\\'hl'fl':! or ':


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COOKING'. drop\ it Into hot grease and fry for a few: I $2;, lo 50 PER DAY
: domestic need minutes. This, plan !leaves it clear of anymucil.iginons S:-i-i--I: :: .\.\ NN NNBBBBB 000 KKKKK; ; : XNiN' SSSSSAAA :\
i is doubtless! no : s I
There the appearance\ on the surface, H-\-:\ NNN NNBB( BB OOOOO KU KIINNN: NN SSAAAA
urj.tcnt.ot the present writing as 111'1'11.0,, J giving it as inviting an exhibit as adi?h ofwellcooked sss: :\ NNN NNBB BB OO OO KU KIINNN NX SSS
mows.I cook! The ordinary servant of gii 1 :snap: ( hl'lIIo.-J/u1n'lr: : Rsyitter. CAN KASHA": mil MADK) : by ii-lng the SSSSS .\.\ AA NN N NN' IIBBII 00 OOItKKK: : NN N' NN SSSSS: :;
of the chemistry
!'! nothing( cooking '.l li SSSAAAAAANN: NNN BB BB OO 00 HU UK NN NNN SSS
nothing for it, and the
and cares same: who remark '; Tin: I'v.iitL. SS .\.\ .\.\ NN NN BB BB OOOOO) ( KU KU NN NN SS:
is true of great many women SSSSS: .\.\ .ANN NNBBBBB 000 UK KUNN: NN SSSSS .
do their own work. Multitudes( of housekeepers The pearl is nothing\ more than a concretion .
need to learn that there must be consisting chiefly of carbonate of lime VX CTOFI.
more in what we eat than something to allay and found ill' several bivalve tuollusks, buts i .
thb (pangs of hunger. It i is one thing ti especially! : in the true 1'1'111'1 I oyster! of the
eat:: it is quite another to be fed. The expo. Orient and among fresh waterbivalve* in
riencc of a gentleman related not long; age s the 1'nitt iryiiriifrriHif.'. The pearl is rather \\'I: I.I.I' ( I: U'\\U: KOCIi
to us is the (common experience : My vvitigofsto heavier than 1'lIll'arl'IIUpar., but it has
market and selects the best of everything I the same chemical competition, with the BORING ll.Vt'lIIM'.KV.: : Wholesale and Retail Houses.
: and has it sent home, and when i it t exception( that it has!! in addition betweenthe
comes on the table It. I is not. tit to cat-spoiled I laver: of mineral deposit of which it is
b in the cooking:" If that, lady had the made: films of animal membrane, which,
strength to cook for her family there wl.ul.1hI' .1 becoming dry, give it its hardness.: The
in of the Wo it
no lack of relish\ and I perfection( in I the' substance of the pearl is: normally deposited any part country. moan ,
food brought on her table1, but she, like upon( the illt'rlMUrl'al'l' of the shell in the nml are prepared: to demonstrate the fact ,
many others, must depend( on the labor o f form of a slimy secretion of the exterior of They are\ operated by cither Man, I torso or
;, other. the mantle: (;trains: of sand or some other h Steam:; / l'uueranul bore, very rapid: They
: y The science of cooking I is an exact science, foreign; bodies: dging between the mouth : in !sire from THKKi:(: INCH TO 11 I AM 11UYINO CONTINUALLY( LAUOK: ( : (JUANTITIKH OK ( XIS, HUGH AS
as exact as chemistry or mathematics oi and the !shell, produce an irritation of the range
music or astronomy. It requires: long 11I111curcl'ul l delicate tissue's!! which causes the deposition FIKT: IN DI .15f1: 1'lU, ami will !bore to
training, delicate manipulation, of pearly mailer: around them for protection.
quickness: of sense: correctness: of 1 taste, Advantage; is: taken of this: by man in :some I
( soundness of judgment and ripe( experience parts! of the world, and by the introduction .\ UI'C.t1IUlU: IHI"I'III't'hey ;
How manof these! qualities one can expect different foreign bodies pearls; of various
to 1 find in the foreign, importations\ o>f shapes and I dimensions are made to grow. I FLOUR. GlUTS MEAL CORN
; servants our readercry well know. JIow In I this!! wavthe Chinese! l'IHIII'I'IIIIII'' species ,
'' many of them are found let the urtlltit1les1)f of the fresh-water mussel, uninliyrlt, to produce will bore successfully, an.(I satisfactorily : : -
; of Housekeepers who have trained one }save: ]From a \ery early: peiiod ill nil kinds of J'arth.i"ft: Sand; and
"greenhorn after another for the last pearls: ranked among; gems.: The bookof ,
'p thirty years testify. It is not to he expectedthat Job refers to their r"II'aIlIl': and frequent Limestone, ISitnminous: Stone: Coal: :Slate, ., ,
the class of emigrants: who conic: to U'l ( allusions are made to them in the Hard 1'.11IIm'lI; 1, Lava, Builders'. : Serpentine
for work should know much about cooking !Scriptine: *. Suetonius Hock
1 \ pearls :and Conglomerate :tutu guaranteed
And as we arc ton great extent dependent weren I ': ar'schicfindncencntllurhisIirilisll, : I to make tin- \cry !best! of Yells in Quick HAY, OATS, FEEL AND BRAN,
on them for domestic help, they must learn expedition the Ilt'ilish,1'1'1\ at that time being
a to cook, if nt till, after they come! to (his: held of I'l'.lt:11111': Sand. They ore light; "-ruhning; :simple in
Y country, nml they will and do leant at ourexpens'e. The pearl oyster:, from which almost all construction, easily I I operated'', durable, and
If the expense were only that of the pearls: of commerce\ are obtained: is met acknowledged as m the best and most' practical
wrr money, it would he comparatively t'illiug. with I in different i parts, : ,,1' I the world especially I.
but It li! of comfort,, of health, often of life in the Indian: ocean: :and in the Not'themPacific. Machine extant.! They endorsed'liy !'ntlll'III'
l'lf-uf that which once lost cannot. be re l They are :sometimes dredged but the highest; t :Stale: OIllciuN. We contract
c( gained. generally taken by divers: The most' notedpeiu'I for propped\ I ing for By the Cargo and Car Load.
The simple and solution of the wholequestion fisheries
easy : are near the coasts: of (Ceylon,
\ lies in the establishment and multiplication Java, Japan: and Sumatra, ,and in the Persian
r of cooking schools Before we gulf. The Bay of Panama was lung remarkable COAL, WI.i1l.YEI) : ; :, COAL OIL.
,, shall have these!! in numbers!!, the minds! I tour for the product, of pearls: hut generally
must he awakened the vital of inferior value the
women to to Crll'IIIIIII'I'HI'1-". Still
necessity of concerted. movement in this Philip II, of :Spain possessed" one of these, .AM. A i.i. Ktxi's or MINKKM.C.: : .' > '. ', .
; matter It is not a eliflicnlt thing to obtain valued at ;>::1511(1111)>,( 0Ihl'; we-st, coast of I AM 'I'HII1OIII.IW:; :: TO SI'LL'I'll;! r.. ,. > ;, "
graduates: from normal !schools to fill( the positions Central I I America pearls are still I i }procured' I ,
i of teachers ; we have graduates from which are of (line lustre1, but of Irregular Also: 1 for :sin Li i ix ArtesianYlls :and (Coal '"

1 art schools: classical !schools, schools: of design Porous: Humboldt reuulrku'vith surprise, :Shafts, dl''c :also: furnish Kngincs: : lloil-

of telegraphy, commercial schools that he had. never heard: l of pearls found in C-PS!! Wind-Mills/ Hydraulic Kant:: IlnrsePowerstrick c
every kind of school but those of cooking, the fresh-water !shells: of South: America,
housekeeping!! sewing ; and( do we not need I though :several species of the HUM' !genus : Machines, Mining; Tools: Portable DEALERS FAMILIES EVERYBODY
R, these even more than we need some of the abound in the rivers of Peru. ]Pearls of large Forces, hock Drills: and :Machinery of ,
I > others We have: begun, in social life with !size were ]found in the streams of New Jersey all kind! !:*.
the most far-away needs: and now we begin : near Salem, in 1 lti">H, and one. more than
,fj-Good: active Agents wanted in
; to approach those!! nearer and nearest. Astrology I\i inch in diameter was: !sold! in Palis for eVery .
: was the first !so-called science and more than $::!,I II 10.) country\ i in I the world .
in studying this astronomy was born The The usual dimensions: of good Oriental Address
science of chemistry' had its origin in the 1''lIrlolllrC: from the !size of a }pea to about -AT 'l'1IJt-I :
search! for the stone, which. three times!! that !si/.o. Those smaller arc
* 4 would transmute everything' it touched! into called on nee pearls fl'llllllll'i IIIj!sold I by weight, \VF.STKItJIACHIXERV: : : : Sni'l.IIEI'OT\ t. :

"1 gold. We have now the most beautiful and the, smallest/ seed pearls. The }pearl fisheries ill Walnut Street, .
china and glass!! and silver services to eat of the l Bahricn islands, : in the Persian
Iy from Is it not quite time that the food gulf; are said to yield annually frnutItJuN-; SAINT LOUIS) MIS:; oUCI: I". :S. .\.
served in these dishes: should be as line in (NMttol.rMKK! ( ( ). ]Pearls: are valued for the
) quality, as: high in art, as exquisite in preparation purity of their lustre1, as well as for their State in what Paper yon saw thi. VERY LOWEST PRICES.

,.., as faultless in taste, as: the dishes sixe. The smaller ones! arc worth ]front fifty -- -----&.----- --- --
themselves!! ? "'c want schools of plain cents to tit: each ; single; line pl'arlolIU'I': world.
cooking and schools of art cooking, with I $.i and upwards ; and a handsome: ", necklace IO p nr'RES UNCr
regular courses and a diploma at the end of of pearls", as large as! }peas is: worth from *5tJ I) RCUITIVATIOJ JflN
the last course.! Those possessing! a diploma to $15,000. Pearls in commerce are classed I NDfle1 :
would not lack for immediate and remunerative na Oriental and Occidental 1, or Indian and\ ''SEND i1 fes
situations Pacific, and divided. (( into round }pear-shape; i'; SEEps
If several ladies in any city or village and barovue, and when !smaller/ than one- CATlO if iiEiID{ TIn: PIUILK 18 COUDIALLY I INVITKD; TQjtiXAMIlYH; MY STOCK (Ol
would unite in fitting up kitchen, hiring a sixteenth of an inch] in diameter, they are I ;1AIL.DJ.ViD. .
chef and sending their own servants or children termed :seed pearl f '<,I. i

as pupils) : the movement might be be Mother of pearl 1 is familiarly known in its .LA r1! TNTR-rfal; .
gun. They could contract with their servants ; applications to ornamental purposes" and IHJtA.
r to, remain with them at certain price thousands!! of tons: of the shell are annually I ___ _u -- ._ ...__
for tuition received.I at the cooking school. Many \'IIl'III\\I'ording\{ to quality front $70 to us<;:! $1,000 UI'U'\cu._ GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
housekeepers would be glad to ho ,pupils! n ton. It is used principally for buttons: .

t and I have their children pupils nIsI} ). When knife handles, inlaying of furniture, etc.. My son, J. .1. 1MCK1SO.X:' .lit., was murdered
servant girls are made to realize that ('erlllillClllplo'IIIlIt aunt is often bl'lIlJtil'nll'un'I'I1.. by a mob In the town l of Lccshurg: ,
\ and !increased pay are sure to Some of the union or common fresh-water l1l11lcr ('oullly, Florida "'n 1 (ho morning ofthe
those who have been through; n course of mussel! !! both in this: country and in, Kuropo: } I 15th of .111". last twill pay a reward I Iof
culinary instruction they will h be eager to produce very fine pearls, jtnd about Itt seams O.NK: THOUSAND( ) poLLAUS: for the I MAKK: ': A SPKCTALTV OF SUPPLYING( ; ViSSIIIS: WITH
avail: themselves: ot'it. Until that time, and ago thl're'a'l a general pearl hunting in urrl''otII'! the mnrJercis, with proof to convict -
without the cooperation of their employers many parts of the United\ :States, which, rev them.(
they will take as little interest in the subjectas suited in the !landing I III' a few valuable: specimens .r..1 IMCKISON: ,
possible. When :\11'' Blot gave: lessons in after an immense amount .generally/!; AiU'ii-f: ( !1:1.: -'in ,
cookery some years ago, a gentleman sent IIlIl'wlitl1hll1lahllr.
his: cook to take the course! paving her' tuition .
which was $-U:: ). He said that in the in:1ST A\H citiiHT. ...... ....- STOIiE nllfld<< CJWALEYCIlALI'Ity )
next live years shin saved him that $::10 a
dozen times over. She learned to economize Lot; bygones: be bygones: ," :said she, after THE MOST POPULAR
everything, to make savory dishes front she had managed to quarrel with him on '- O F' ALL'- VBEW1NE

plain materials: to cook in the be'sf and easiest the way 111)1110frnm the circus. .,
manner, and to get up her dinners; in lie"reflected a while : "And ii this the MACHINES .

and style without ami taste:great, without waste. of material end"It? is: sir ; all I is over between' ," 18 tFZe n11C '. ) : : ; ON Tim; LINK OF THK: ]UAILKOAIW: AND TIm 1HVKU; CANNOT

I is a work expense.Jlcre in which the fields are ""Last Sunday night: you said you loved UNNING DO IIIt"IF.1t'1'IAN: CALL AND) IJUY, AS I OirAUANTKK: : SILL AS LOW AS
white for the harvest. Miss!! Corson in-New me. TIIK: HAMK (;
lurkand Miss Parloain Boston!! "I did then ; I .do not now." & ) IN THK: NASA JUAN'TH'IKS: CAN UK IIOIHUIT IX JACK-

in the work, and arc doing an are immense pioneers "And"you want: bygones to be bygones1"Yes. : -, iImM SONVILLK! : OK: ANY NKIUlUUmiNU; CITY. I IrA \'N; 1 KVKUYTHINU: IN STOCK

amount of good. Their example should bo !!. 4 THAT ANY ONK: CAN KKASONAULY 1: WANT.GROCERIES .
followed/ in every city and large town, (till Who's to pay for all the ice cream"
cooking schools: areas common as district "Leave me, 1II'rc.marwl't'l'h! Name .
schools, till the woman who cannot cook your price fur your" valuable services, und I .
will sec it paid
will be
as uncommon us the woman who
Cannot read and write Und spell We have Next morning's post, brought her the folovving -
r abolished slavery, we are trying to abolish : I ;
intemperance, cruelty to children. and cruelty MJsS SMITH TO Mil. MMI'KINh, .K. OF ALL KINDS.'I'OBACCU
to animals.l ; let us abolish bad! cooking }JI'. :I .

und inaugurate the reign of wholesomely: '1') six rid>y*. $1 I each............. .........Ril.txt: \ I
prepared food. Thus shall we effectively TulSuystrrsuup" ''s church festivals 7,10
pave the way for the Iong-expeet'd millennium. \ I'o 15 suppers at church festivals, $1 15.; .-AVw; fork Tribune. 15 hacks at church lh.ulolI..o: ) :?!.;.If() I ITo

12: tickets to theatre: ........ ......... 4JHO: AND
OKI: f. To (librettos ((10)II') ..... ............... :y/io I CIGARS.
Tins fo suit of clothes (per intimation).. ."""l 1.1..$) iI i iI
more jve know of this garden I I
vegetable To Ixmts 1lal'kt'llllllli shaved, say.. :IS UK .
that more vveraro convinced I that it /has fufii( broken prouiiisc.................. :!.i> I
no equal that grows from the soil, takingeverything To 1 broken 'heart..... .................... :ftMi.ooifiOico ) !
into 1''II. ileratlon.0 garden To creams..................... ...... 15H> 1 .
vegetable grows: with so little care as okra, 'To raising my hopes, etc................. 5oooUi, << j 11t ; ,yJ A Full Stock
1UIIIIIIIIIC'lel.l.+ such an abundance of nutritious I'o firing me out after the circus..... 1.3): I of FURNITURE
food It comes into bearing early (
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frost in the, under"'t'uoIon,1II111: proiter treatment from that is"day constantly on! till! Total.I ............... ......... ................>5IJMOCV. _think-_ ,, '; i ..

fruiting, regardless l of the character of the fly going with another fellow (1).r( ) X.'K) -INCLUiINOi---:

weather as to wet or Ilr)'. When all other By healing broken heart (:])........... ()

den vegetables have lti"'apl''tl from the gar. By hugging me <|IKM............... ...... 4on.oo Chamber Suits Tables
on account of drouth okra is still there, By kitting on my lap (tMj. ............... I/NKMKI Hqs o Chairs,
giving us our daily supply< of food fur thetable By extinguishing hopes.......... ..... 75 ALWAYS ,
us( usual. lay first kiss I ................................... .: ,IJIII.IO Ea gl. Bureaus, Rockers Whatnots
lion As stated in a former article, the cultiva fly: :!' :),3i': ') kisses I !! and l ugs11 cent.. !:!.::"IJY! : ) .. N DADrLIFETIME ,
of okra I is
exceedingly simple It is a
good, deal like the cultivation of cotton, of ?-:ii.'N1.! -211 Lounges, Bedsteads, Mattresses.

which plant I it is a near relative, hotallku\I\ '. J Ulunce! ". 75 r
Once in Ijearin;:: nil that is necessary is to ,

4' MM to it that no j..*U are allowed mature Total ..... ..................,........ ......>-.'\ltir.11'ill !-!-1.11.) ; .
' und bearing.) dry!, up.All for|toils this mustus would\ at removed once t.tul'itol at the call to-morrow ltlght; .and collect balance SURPASSESJ OTHERS TIIK: MOST( ACCOMMODATING I KMPI.OYKS: : IN TIIK: CITY-:

proper size for ruokimr, w lift her wanted for due.She II I
the table vr not. met\ him ,it the 11""r. "Come into the farK&go. I i
parlor'hawley," .ald blue, "siml I'll
The taste fur okra be jay
may an acquired
one to some extent:!; (,iI C.iallr on the ofIKTMMIS ron.11" hour ufVrvvar.l *he was contractii.j ,D UNION SQ.NEVYORK II 1
> who han..t been mired .part the ;: a fresh debt at the icy cream +...11",11 near CHICAGO I
South tlt"u.h we think Hunt jieople in would *." .-('!,;('.,!/', Tril'/lilt!. ILL. -Ca S..A.l"rBORN"l9J::

at nitjv take lit it with u fair degree of relish: ORANGE MASS.FOM J :
,1'or Sale. '
in all case where it hail been property pre .
pan..!. There are various way nf cookingit ; .\ Family l'arri.v"'t In Jrfevt running orl SAL : .. .. < "
one nf the most common being to doll it ?r. sVut, f'tur. Jlii been but little IIJK"I. .. v"
in !salttii'l waU-r until tender and then '\I'I.h'lu W, JJ. t'. h'It\"iF U '" II C PKKPLJX! ; -t *
-- Whitrlull :;Atlanta, Uu. Second Street, FERNANDINA. ?*


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The Jtrtftlngs of an _. _. __ _.____ n ____ ..... I BtKKK ("orXTOJlilI.I""eH. \-. I Assessor r>f Taxes-Thomas Itarco, Cotton ;

i. To the Editor of the Mirror : CARD! IJuied "* ()m('( a'N. ? \\. D, DavU, (Sandeion.; Plant.: 'j
\ In looking over a nautical journal my eye t\XI Clerk-F. J.) J'on! Sanderson. Collector nf Jcl'cnllc-I.'rcll'rlrk N. Foy, '
,*, omcH:, ClUKttmiJLK.
directed to a paragraph containing the OK T1IK h.rur-e.. C. Herndon, Sanderson' Ocala.tiuitrrlntendcnt.
was Jleffisttr-L. A. Barnes ( ; Schools M. C.! Martin(
Gainesville Tire of ,
.lRSCarrn'f -(Jeorge I'. Canova. San
name of a vessel which I had noticed some 1-'LOHI 11.'l'HAXSIT RAILROAD I J'rj'rr-J"hll, 1'. Rollins: Oaincsvil'le. derson.: Fort McCoy.

time before reported. abandoned.. The time PENINSULAR; RAILROAD: ), Sunryor-drurral-;Malachl( \13J't ill, Talla CnHeelnr of Hcirintc-Richard Kennedy, MOXKOK COUNTY.County .
since !she was left to I the mercy of the elements \ Dai) 'by ville. Judy?-Cha". S. Baron, KeyVest.. ,
M'tttdo/ Jlranch )
was of such distant, date I hat I could ( JII TIIII.'T COUIlT. S"/If"lIt/IlIt/ f! 8c///1.i-\. J.V.. Cobb (CVtrIVtcrT.. Knight Key We t.
filled with AM) ..Ilrlr'J'hollUlettll'( :: Jacksonville. 01 list! ee. Sheriffjcorge( A. Dcmerritt, Key West.Assessor .
but wonder, and m my imagination ))III'?/''''iT'1' H> 1IIIrk) {.", Jacksonville' UKDFORI COfXTV, of Taxes-Walter C. Maloney, Jr.,
pictured scenes which she must have encountered FKIINANDINA: Clerk I'lnlip) Walter, Jacksonville.IXTI.UXU County Jntlge-J. R. Richard, Providence. Key: West.Collector! .
while alone warring with the Inniuttuous Cleric of Jt't'cII/le--Wlllter C. Maloney
: Imn. n:. -Henry 1' York, Luke llutlcr.
: waters! of our const. Collector-]Dennis: Eagan: Jacksonville.COU.IXTOKS /crur-w.. W. Tumblin.) Starke.: Jr., Key: West.SujteriHtciuhnt.
'y ; .
'dl'l/Jls-J. V. 1 Farris
!1 About the 20th of December, 1880, after a Jn pert; May Gil, ml. ) : OK CUSTOM I Uiitlor.Cotlerlor Auditor. ) 1"'J'X! Wainwright, Lake West of Key ,

;? J severe passage of some two weeks, while on John "'. Howcll, Fernandina.' nf! llerenite/ -Uunborrv Havnes, N\ssut: COUNTY.Clutdy.fudycllinton : .

a voyage from Wilmington, N. C., lo New (101.\) SOUTH.! I Ivlward: )Hopkins, Jacksonville. Santa I'e.Snprrinlr21dent. : J. Baker, Fernan
had John 1-. House, :St.; Angu...Um*. of ,-.I/'Il.i-L. )15.I I Rhodes dins
:p York, loaded with lumber (after she Leave Fcrnandina....................... !>.'ii01).uu) ). J. ;\1. l'u rril' Cellar .Starke. v < ,
Key. 'Irk--J. A, Edwards Fernandina.
I ,
been cased of the greater part of her deck- Leave Hart's .: ... !)I. Ii 11.111. .. p
IIHF.VAUl) Cor.NTY.: I Cone Fernandina.Assessor .
1011.11)), her master and crew abandoned her Leave Callahan! ......... ..............-.10.52 1 ;: 11.111. lCl"iO-I'l't.r }
which Leave Dutton..................... .........It.:.!:! 11.111. Simile OHicer.s.IXJCUTIVK !:"mllly.l"dyc-.James A. McCrorv, Citv of Taxes-Wm. H. (!arland, Fer i
for another schooner they were 1'0111 nandina.Collector! .
Leave Brandy Branch ................11.-'M: a.m. : : : t. :
,I' carried !safely' to Baltimore. Leave Baldwin ...........................1 12.03: : 1'.111'- DIPAKTMIXT. ('leek-.1. .1. Stewart Titu"villc.tAmen of. llci'rnnr-Warren P. Scott, Fernandina. -
'I.: Next I read that the 7th of May site was Leave Maxville I i ...... ....................12..TJ:\: )p.m. (;u""I''Ol'-\\'III., D. Bloxham) Tllllalll' : "f'. 1 $or of To.rer-Wallace. )) R. Mo es, Geor .

r' spoken. or, rather, boarded ; at which time Leave Lawtcy ............................. 1.13 )p.m. ,IicdcUrlitlor'rr'nnI.ivingston Key: West. Bethel gialllHI. (Callahan.' Siiierintciiilcnt nf Schools/ -W. Mahoney,
lulf Leave TClu pfe'!!......... .................. 1.15):!!) p.m. ; Culertoroflere21eY. :M. Matt, Lake Jcs-
the Stream John '
been driven Secretary of Mute- I L. Crawford .
she had across! (2ittSGEOUNTY
I Leave Starke .............................. l.W:\ p.m.) lahassee.Comptroller. Tal sup Orange County.tfitjierinlendeHl 1
j' tend then drifted down south of Bermuda\ Leave Tlmrston .......................... 1..51!; p.m.) \ of'h'chooln! -.\. Grady. La Comity Jtuti/e-ll. L. Summerlin, Orlando .

where she lay a dangerous obstruction to Leave \\'111(10.( ......................,....... 2.5I: I p.m. Treasurer -\\ 1)A.Barnes' 'I'll tIlIIII: "Cl'. Gran e. Clerk-J. P. Hugbey, Orlando. t,
vessels. There she was boarded and Leave Gainesville......... ...............; : p.rn -Henry ; 1J L11gle'rllhahasvee\ CLAY rorxTV. SI/81/1'1'I:0-1'110111:1:01: : : : Shine" Fort Reid. ;
passing : Leave Arrcdondo ............... ......... :;,rl' p.m. J hassee.Commissioner.tIfll'IIcy.aenc/l-l'Ol'ge. I'.I'aney'falln- County/ Jmlyc-3. T. Copeland Orange Assessor of>--JIlIIl'1r.[r. Owens, Fort )

ropes and sails taken from her, while many Leave Batton........................ ...... .I.07.111.i Park. lleid,1'18. 1 '
other little things were gathered( together; to Leave Archer............................. -1.2:!!! p.m. Tallahassee.Superintendent. of Lnndx-Hugh A. COI'l ey. (Jlerk-0..1. lliiddington, Green Cove Colhclor. of! U""III/e-Xat. Poyntz, Orlando f

do duty on another craft. Leave BrOIl son ........................... !.r-01 p.m. Springs: .Gpcriulcrde21trcriulcrde21t/ of. Schools-John T. flecks
This not the first time she had been Leave Otter Creek........................ .r>. 10 p.m. Foster: Tallahassee..1r11atlotlenernJ.E iif.J'ublic Instruction.. K. SteersO-Jamey. DeWitt, Green Cove Fort acid: k
was Leave Rosewood: ) ...... ........ ........... approached, as most of her saili had been Arrive Cedar Key....................... 'Ihhi; 11.111.i .1 :. Yonge, Tallahassee .1.*. 3". *()/' of! 7 ires-\Vta.Coil wayKingsley.Collrrw' of J'J'.1J111c-H. Harrison, Palatka. '
l taken off previously by sonic other vessel ; \ 1IUUEVU OK I.MMIOIIVTION.nHtnhriuncr of Jlerenue-\\') :S.: 1'1 1111I Iller, ClerkV. I"'. Forward Palatka.
001 NO NOKTIt. ( -A. A. Robinson, Tallahas: :Maxville.Kiijieriiit&Hlent 1 1
} SI"'I'Irr-ThOllla:( Shally.Assessor .
and the chronometer had been taken from see. ,
of SC"Qllsr.[ '. Oeigcr; S. 1 Timmons.: .
the cabin where it was left when the crew Leave Cedar a.m. Clerk-11. C. Long, 'full lah tssee.
Leave Rosewood......................... 0.10( a.m. b'jiccial( Aqell.i-KaIllI1l.1 Fairbanks. :\1iddleburg. ('ulleCurrf! !lr'ccniie-Joseph' Price.Suierintcudeiit r,
,, escaped( they only being able to lave their chests Leave Ott.I.Cl'cl'k........................ 7.00 a.m. Huilding l Jacksonville ; I). S. PlaceVildo.Astor. ('01.1' 1IJ") {'ol'NT\ of Public ScIoull-. ,V. )

clothing and/ other effects. Leave Branson................ ........... 7.42: 11.111. fountJuilge!-".. M.[ Ives. Jr., Lake 'ity. Strickland.' :

l Again, about the middle of June, a captain Leave Arclier...:......................... MO a.m. HlTKKMi C'OfRT. Clerk:-John VinsKint, Jr., T. ike t'ity. 'TAYLOK COUNTY.
went board could not find Leave Batton .............................. SUS: a.m. Chief,(,1110'R' Itandall.lackSOnviIhe.: Sheriff:-J. \\'. Perry Lake City. County Jinlr/c\\". H. Parker, Perry.
who! on Leave Arredoiido....................... 8.58 a.m. A.,. ,;rirtlc Justice( -J. Westcott, j jr., Tallahas Asiiexsor of W\'l'rsLuk City. Sheriff):-Thomas Ostccn, iVrry. rr

much to plunder, so he cut the standing Leave Gainesville............... ......... see.. Collector! ,of Tdj-es-3. L. Parish:. Lake (City.NiipcrinteHttcntitftichiiolti Clerk-John C. (Calhoun\ Perrv.

rigging from her masts, and again left her, L'uve"aldo .......................... ..10.30 a.m. AsKitcintc Jimtice-ll. II. Valkenbnrgh, / -JuliusPutstlainer i Superintendent, clwll.T.. J. Franklin,

without support to her spars, in almost the Leave Tlntrston..........................10./H a.m. Jacksonville.Clerk! Lake City. Perry.
of six weeks before. Now nt Leave Starke................................11.118.111. -U.' ]I. Foster, Tallahassee. DUVAL COUNTY. County TeasurcrS.. Sutton, Perry.
same! position Leave Teln)ple.s..........................11.20: a.m. flHCUlT Jl'DOKS.: ; William County SIII"'fI/Or-U., ) \. 'ox, Perry. 1.
Contity Jmlye A. :McLean .J1\ k-
the date of August 27, I read the paragraph Leave Lawtey .............................11 .a7 a.m., First, Ciicint honville.Clerk ( Collector of Jtci'cnueAssessor lII +
where she is reported by steamer from the Leave Maxville) ...........................1'.2): :!!!) p.m. !saeola.k'ccoml. -Augustus; : I'en- Thomas: E. lliickman Jacksonville. I of Tares-$. I H. Peacock, ferry.

'' West Indies to New York some two degrees Leave Baldwin1......... .................. 1.101'.111. Uil'cuit-Javit1 S. Walker, Tallahassee. Sheriff: Uriah ]b(2w.1enhteksonville.hrseswrf !ST. JOHN'S: COUNTY.
Leave Brandy Branch.................. 1.2s p.m. ,
south and a little cast of her former position .... _.......... : Tuxes-A. J. Prevatt Jackson CU"III/.I"dw-.f. R. Conner. St. Auuus-
Leave Dutton ......... ... 1.1111.111.'fiitt. .. _l'. .i.. Y' Ar/. ....1.t.i.- ville. tine. -
tar ,111 u,
,fl with only one mast standing, the other Leave Oallalian! ...............:.......... 2.22: p.m. Fimrth' v'U'J"Cllit-.JlIlI1rs r ,, iirt- ( jS011.I Rc'r'lIIc-fOSl'-I, J, Brown a
Baker Jacksonillo. Cull'cllI'If Cfirk
't having succumbed to the terrible hurricanes Leave Hart's Road: ............... ...... ::1.2'p.lII.. \. : .Ja'k-oll; vitle.f'IJi"I'i"tClldcld. : -Bartolo F. Olivcros!: St. Augustine.Sheriff .
Arrive Fcrnandiia ............... ..... l.oo I p.m. Ramon( Hernandez, St. Augustine'
; of the Atlantic. Fifth UiJ"ruil-.rllllle 15. Dawkins, Jaines-( ; of tfchool*Albert J. Bill: Assessor of 1't1.rrwnIL I J.. J hili hlllll. St.
What, wonder that she can still live on Trains daily, except Sunday.; ville.Sisth. sell Jacksonville.: Augustine.: i : j%

1; ((1 seem to feel that vessels almost have life ---.- --- -. .. ( /'rrru-1 II. r.. \Iitt'bcll'J'anlt'aI \MII.TOX ('(LiSTY. (ul/erho'rRcrcnuc-Joseph.. F. Llambias,
i2.'eeu(1I. CiJ"cllitArdll'r COI'kl'lIl1fol'll:: St. Augustine.SiiHrinteuileiit.
obedient to their masters CoinitiJnilijf// -llenrv J. Stewart, JasiierClerk' :
when they are so ) '
: '
-J. Caldwell- I while so many that have the care and experience Jlrauch. : St. Augustine.:. ,
Waldo )
( Court Calcudiir.KIKsT ShcrW-.ralll M. Duncan, Ja>.pcr.Assesw y
of old! shipmasters are riven asunder of Tujcex-J. R. Hunter, Ancrnm Sl'MTKK COUNTY. i
C.OlNd SOUTH. l'JU'IT.p"
and nothing left to tcH'thc sad fate of // TCnnSanta Collector of llm-nne-\\'. II. II. McLcod,' .Snot//able-l1car'S.ussGh'L'eslIlrg: :< ,?

vessel, and Leave1'aldo Junction................ :_.45; p.m. :: Rosa 2d [ October. Columbia: County.NujM'rintiwteHt; (,7cr Thomas.//, Ivey Lcesburg.Sheriff .
; crew : Monday( in
: Leave Santa, I'o........ ......... ......:.. 5.1H\ p.m. WaltonIth :Monday in October / oftfrliools-Joshua ]I. Roberts /:-J. :S.: I Dychcs, 'Lcesburg.Assessor .
Who can imagine the terrible trials and Leave Hawthorne ....................... .1.0.11'.111. Holmes Wednesday after [ Ancrum. I of Taxes-O.( 1'. Wall, Webster. xv

groans of agony; she must have passed Leave Lochloosa.......... ...... ......... 1.1" p.m. in October. lthbmiday' JlE1! .\XIIII COUNTY.Countii (''all.c'If. JlercHue-Julni "'. Dyches: ,
before she would acknowledge the Leave Orange Lake..A. .">.-O p.m., Lcesburg.Superintendent: .
Washington, :2d Monday[ after Ith W. L. Fricrson
Arrive Ocala.........'..... ................. 7.110l.111. in October. Monday Jinli/c: Brooks- of Schools-.\. C. Clarke,
power of the storm waves? How !she: must vide Sumtcrville.I

have pleaded in speechless misery for her tiOIXll NOUTIt.) Jackson, Monday llh'rHh Monday in Clerk-J. C. Law. llrooksville.
October.E Slu'rUr-J. H. Micklcr llrooksville.Assessor HUWAXEi COUNTY.
good crew not to desert her ; h \v she must!' Leave Ocala..................... ...... ......!5.1.I*) a.m. ;seuulibia.1st1ond.ty in December.This > : of Taxcr( -Frank E.Saxon: Brook County JuJ j:-M. \[L Blackburn Live
have begged and plead to have been taken Leave Orange Lake ............... ...... ;.20) a.m. act timifnclcil section:2! of-act.\ of February vill('. Olk. ,
Leave Lochlonsu............... ..... .....
1 in. What hopes must have buoycd tier up : 10,. 1S7U! find\ does not changu: the Collector of l"I'clI'rl"1.[. Townscml): Clerk Robert: A. Reid Live Oak.
Leave Hawthorne........................ !).15: a.m. :Spring; Term. IJrooksville.tiiiperiatoiileiit: Sheriff-John, U. :Sessions:; Live Oak.
when first boarded and the prospec'tl Iooked! Leave Santa Fe..... ...... ...... ......... !; Tllir.l flllfClT.fiprinil of Schools-1). II. Thrasher Asesnr j of Ta.rcs11.. Sessions Wcl- t
it bright to be once more taken to port, thereto Arrive .allo.Jl\Ill'tioll.... .......... 10.15a.m.: TI'rIll- Fort Dado. born. ,

: I fulfil her mission. How great must have --- ----- ----. Taylor, 1st Tuesday. after 1st: Monday in IIIMJiliOUOUUII COUNTY.; Collector of J'I't'/IIlc-Hob'rt, F. .\IIi OIl, I
been her disappointment when, stripped of April.Madison\ 1. Live Oak.Ynperitltcndeul. f
County .lnilfje-11. L. Crane, Tampa.CrrkVin. I
in of -J. O. C. Junes
:Monday April.
her sails, her charts and chronometer taken ( C. Bro vn, 'I'anlpa.A'tei.D. Live Oak.
( ) Hamilton -Ith ; in .
Monday April.Suwanoe
n i away, she was left again to her watery fate. : } Isaac Craft! Tampa. VOI.UMA COUNTY.County .
I 1st Mondav ul'll'rilia \lon lay
Assessor 1 ( /1"'J'-H.l' Spnrknlan'I'ampa.CuReclor .
Then at each succeeding visit\ instead of !
In KffeU; : ..1GI//, JSSl. in April. of Ilrrcnne-\V. I'. I Uri,4, Tamjia. Jwlje-James II. Chandler, Enter-: '
,, succor and assistance; to be robbed of all Columbia, :M Monday after -Itb Monday[ '' ijiinote.FeutrfSclulols-\V.1'.Ilendersurl! prise.

l''' 1 that valuable: until even the rigging is: in April. Tani]I'a. Clerk-John W. 1>Dickins: Enterprise.' : l
RING SOUTH.Leave ; Lafayette: fit h Tuesday; after -Ith Monday f .... "eriff-\\ A. Cone Enterprise.; '
.J E. :11.0'i.;
; taken from the masts and slits left, probablyfor
{ I in .\pril.| Assessor of Taxes-John Anderson Enter:
\ t the last time, to struggle alone and try \ I-'l.rlH\llIlillll..11.tlIll.lII. & !5.30:: p.m. Fall TermTaylor (0001. Jmlijf-J. 11. Christie) Monticello.Nheriff' prise. ,
Leave 'Jto\ : it ( : 'l'. 15. Simkins Monticello.Clerk .
i.0lpan :( ,
to keep her namt above the sea of oblivion. l lt Tuestlay after tat Monday in Collector of 11'rllIle-Jolm B. Jordan, De-
i Arrive Jacksonv'ille.,12.5012.112. & 7.05; p.m. October. -\\ C. Bird I, Monticello.Milieiiiilcntlent Land.Superintendent.
i All through those fearful months of winter 8dlO"Ii-, ',". R.
'f Taylor,
I Madison in October. Schools
uoiNu NOKTU.Irfavo : of -.\. Cranshaw,
j the cutting winds made no impression on Hamilton, 4th Monday[ in October. Monticello.Cinnti Enterprise.

hull or spurs, but the fierce hurricanes of JU.ksnvillc..f.I.Ij) lI.m. & 3.1011.111.: Suwannee: Monday Unl'rtth Monday \ '/ Treasurer-\V. M r. Cirardcau, Monticello. WAKULLA COUNTY.
Leave Hart's toat1.I.-t.! a.m. &: .1.15 I \
p.m. in October.
summer tore fromits foundation one mast.f.i Omlll", J"dfJe--. A. Giles
Arrive Collector( l./ Iltretnie PalmerIu
:;: Columbia I Monday after 4th Monday in -Joseph :
Still she struggles gallantly; on amidst the Double Trains October ticello.Assessor. U'\Yalkcr' 'ruwfordvillc.
daily except Sunday. Clerk-X'at.
R. Walker
r: tempest t, with that eager hope for life no often lafayette, (ith Tuesday'after 4th Monday o7i'J'. ('*-.J. 1'. flrantham, Waukeenah. Superintendent: of Srltouls1', Crawfordville.. Duval,

ascribed to mortal man in October CrawfonTville.
; From the cold icy north, through the CONNECTIONS. FOVIITII CIKITIT. County T""llsuI'cr-\\'. "'. Walker, Craw-
warm current of tho Gulf, down (almost to }irirtfl 1'trlll- ,/ .lIU1"I'-.T. Dixon, New Troy. lordville.Collector) .
({ tho tropics has her dark form been driven, AT FKUXAXIUXA\ :St. John's 2d Tuesday: March. S/lrriti-'TIa( : ( )llIa-l: Walker, New Troy: of I'cll/e-r.lI. Walker, Craw
4. With New York and, Fcrnandina Steamship (Clay: 4th Tuesday in March.Hradford Clerk-HoweU Hawkins: New Troy.tfitljeriitteiulcn'lnftfchool.1 ford ville.JT .
stirrouudctlb''tfshes,5hestillfoatslikum Line\ from New York. ,l in -J.C,Ramsey New .ISHf'/lIJI'
1\ on Tuesday, at J u Tuesday: April. of TI.res-C. ll lleynolds, Crawtorlh'ille. -
v. athan of the deep, a dangerous! obstacle on a. mil. or 1.0"") p. m., and for New York on (Baker, 2d:!. Tuesday in April. Troy .
tho broad: ocelot Sho needs no pity, but if Thursday after arrival *afternoon trains: Nassau :'M Tuesday in April, County Tcn.urrr-J.*. N. Peacock, New -----------------.-- -
"she did I the hearts of thousands who have With (;Jeorgia amid Florida Inland :Steam: Duval, 1st Tuesday in May.Full ( Troy. (a. 1'. AVERY,
known similar circumstances IIl1d like fates boat Company from Savannah daily except 7't'rill- '. cylector( of I:1'/'elUlC-Xewton Sapp, New

r I would go out to her in pity n:? to a lost: Monday I ; t for Savannah daily l'Xl'cptulllla:: \', :St.; .lohn'5 _,1 Tuesday In September.Clay Troy.Assessor.

friend. ___ _________ XKTV.nrcc'i'ivw With Charleston Steamer from Savannahand ( It h Tuesday in l'l'l1II1)'r.HniIIiII..I. of T'/J'e4-\ :S.: .\<.'kle ', New Troy.
Charleston Wcdne-day: and Sunday!: ; Tuesday in October. LEON: l'1i.'XTY.nllllLl..fwlI'IIl. .
1 Jf&<9O l** 4l iffivi'i*v f 4 M.*. for Savannah and Charleston: Tuesday :and 'Ijaker, :Tuestiay: in October.Xaxsan. lVERY AND BOARDING STABLES.: r

t Hamilton Disston, Albert Disston! and Friday: : 3<1 Tuesday in October. :-. P. I5yrd, Tallahassee .,
tolterij \. : .
I Horace) Disston, sons! of the late Henry With Steamer Florn from St. :\farv's liver: Duval, l>t Tuesday in November.FIFTlf A. Bryan, Tallabasee.tfiijtcriutcHdeittuftfchool ;: CARRIAGES AND WAGONS;

a Disston, have by direction of the Orphan's Hidings: Wednesday; and Friday ; for CIUCTIT.ftjiriiifi *-Henry I N.Felkel, To and from :Steamers and Trains: ,
Court filed the tirst account of thcirstcward- St.fttly's River landings on Sunday and 7'rlllHUlllh'r Tallahassee.; ; CONTRACTS FOR HAULING, ETC.:

i .. ship as executors of thcirfather's estate.: This Wednesday.; :.Id Monday: ill March. T""I/SI//'rr-.1..1.1)etuilly. Tallahassee.. FOR I\U :
I is: an outcome of a claim of George S. (Sandy AT CAU.VII\X. Marion, .1th Monday; in March. Collector of Ij.wwl'C.( Pearce, Talla HORSES, BUGGIES: "

,, u son-in-law deceased and husband of To and from Savannah at 10.45 a. m. anti I Putnam, 3d Tuesday. ; er 4thlunday ill hassee.Ametsor.: CARTS, :HARNESS.: .
Mary Disston, who survived her father onlya 2. 'O p. m. :March.Levy. of Tll.rell-n.( A. Croome" Tallahas 1N111\'AGONS>
few months. At her death Mr. handy re. AT IHLmVIX, .'1.\., 4th Tuesday alter ith Monday in ,see. pit"OIlil'e J3MTERMS and l'\-JL'"tj.:: "
t''ivl'tmOlley\ aggregating) ) $.' lOOO, which the I March LEVY: CXiUMYt Broom Stable- Street:; near
t Disstons understood at that time was acccpted To and from Tallahassee; at 12.20 novnalll .lachllatlh Monday'l\th'r.lth in Street Wharf 4D-tf
1.00 Monday County ..ludIoJH.. Sebring, Itruiison ..
in full payment of all claims. Recently p. in. March.Fall ; -
however, Mr Dandy made further Clal'-J. M. Bart, 15ronson. Stoves -
TermSumter IUU'
Sj. Parker 15ron
Slu'riff-J. on.
claims for balances alleged due to -
( him ---
: 1st Monday [in October. ------ --
and employed Leonard H. Fletcher, Esq.: asa With Steamer Alpha for all joints and )Marion :'M :Monday in October. .41111/111"1'Collector of of Rel''lIuc-J. Appell Ira norc'l1ar', Bronson. "'. 1-. STUKKTY, ---

a counsel The Disstons refused! an account landings on Orange Lake, on arrival of Pen Putnam. :3d Tuesday\ in Xovelllber.Lcn' .
and Mr. Fletcher obtained tin order from the insular Railroad Train. Ill Tuesday in NO"Cl1Ibl'r.lachl1u Key.Hujterintendeitt. Second Street, opposite the Post-Office,
t v/"idoulJ. It. Mendeii-
court. The value of the personal propertyat AT OCALA, \ 1st Monday alter 4th Tuesday in hall r.ronson
Mr. Disston's death was lli3.VJ.M2.15; : and November

i tho accountants, after tll..h\'till! claims, With Stage Line to'and from Brooks\illc SEVK"' TII rutcriT. M\I>IfOX O>UXTY.Connty .

show balance> of $227,370.74: undi\' tll'tJ. daily except Sunday. Tn'm- Jtnlye-M. M. With.(- puon, M adi-
The cost of the burial lot, mausoleum and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; from Spring fion.
luneral expenses fur;the deceased: millionaire Ocala and Tampa on Monday, Wednesday Orange, 4th Monday in January. ....Sheriff S. :M. Hankins, Madison.
\"olu ill in .
!> &i! Monday February.llrevard.
was $33.r: >OS.70,-1'hiliidtjphia rchanye. and Friday 1st Monday March. Clerk-John M. Ueggs, Madison

tt AT CElI.\U KEY, FL.\, Bade :5.1 Monday in April.. ftufteriiitentlent of SchOOJ-E. S. Tyner,
Tin: XIGIIT. Madison. .
With Steamer Miller to and from Fall Term- '
IVnsaco-; '
T'rru"t't'r-S. S. :+
County Smith Madison
It is a mistake! to suppose that the Arctic la Monday: and Friday Orange, :2d Monday in August.Volusia t. tl w c
winter, in the higher latitudes is a longdreary :2d! \ :Monday in Septeml. Collector of RC'I'rlli-\f.: 11. Warring, Mad :,
one of opatnie darkness. The highest With Steamers Clinton and Mur j latitude yet reached by man Is. S3: degrees 20 New Orleans on Friday ; from New Orleanson > Dado, :2d! Monday( in Novt-mU-r. A *esor of TIrtll-U.\ Wadsworth, Mad.ison. .
inin. 20 sec., and there twilight lasts 4 hours, Saturday ; from Havana and Key West: )
and 42 minutes on Dec. 22, the shortest day on Friday ; for KeyVc.t and )l1I\'unu,1>1I M1KATEE COUNTY.

of the Northern year. Man will have to go Saturday. ( 01111')" Oflirer*. County Jmlye--2. T. Crawford, Manatee.

pome 327 miles further North than he has With Florida Havana Mail Steamship .\L\"IIt'\ mrxTV.innty Clerk; Rt.bert S. Jrifflth. Manatee.

yet gone if he is to reach tho region of absolute Company's Steamers for Key West and Tainpa (\ Juilije Junius C. (ianlner j - SheriffA.. Watson. IMne I 'vel.Ameiuor .
darkness The polo itself I Is in the dart on Monday( and Thursday. \'\ of Ttures-S. J. Tyler, lirailrntown

but 77 days from Nov. 13 to Jan. 20. Therein With Steamer Enterprise( for points on the t'laL'-J.. Carlisle, Jainoville.\ Collector '/ /;'/'enue-:Marion G. Carlton, STOVES: HEATERS, TANGEItS. 1

a period of about four days in the year Suunnco River, on Thursdays at G a. m. .hrd-Jllhll: : W. Turner, (5aiiuvilK\ Popash.> TIN AND SIJEET
during which tho sun shines on both poles For information .ijMfMv' of turn-(iet r;':e "'. Hawthorne, Su}terinteiuleut of School* Felix J. Seward, -IRON WARE,
resisting rates
at the same time. This is due to the fact etc., apply to Hawtharne.WhcturofJieteiute. line Level. ROOFING AND GUTTERING,
that the sun is larger: than the earth and -G. T. Thomas Gainesville. MIKIOX COUNTY.TUmy 1'UMPS,1)Rl\'EN
bent Ji!) the earth's atmosphere .1. O MuDONELL: WELtS: }:TC. t
that his rays are ) J Jy#-Saiuuel F. :Marshal, Ocala A large stock of
Stoves '
such as to converge! upon his (1rq'i'I'ieket and! Pos. Agent fiiijM-riitteiHltiit tiehuolt. "' : l on hand. Oivc'Ju
In a way f $ Shouts, Clerk--ll rt llull surface. 1). M.vxwttx: :: (;t'II'1 Supt. 21 Gainesville. fsheriff' .\. 15. CVutvhtivld, (0\.1. uther huu:>"T10. or toy cke\\priests hvrc.with thse. of


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drop it into hot grease; and frv for a few 25 to $.;O PER DAY
: minutes. This: plan leaves it clear of any SSSSS\ ; A\ X\ XH111UB 000 HHHlm SN NN 13SSSSS :!
There K doubtless! no domcMie need sourirent mucilaginous) appearance on the surface; ; 1.1.1. NNN NN liB liB oooon HIt Hit NNN NN SSS
at the present writing as!' the 'need ol giving it as inviting an exhibit!< a dish of I $S 1.1A.1 XNX liB nil 00 00 Hit Hit NN N NNSaySSSSS :\:
cook- The ordinary servant girl well-cooked, beans.-Mulillr firgisrr. 1 : KASILY: UK MAIM'} : by UMiig the ; ; ; ;: \ 1.1 AA SN N x\nnnll (O OlmHlt X\ N'NN SSSSq&s
mows:" nothing of the chemistry of cooking! snap CAN ', :\ .\\\A.\\A\ NN NNN nn nn on 00 Hit HIt NN NSN :-IS 1SS
and cures nothing for it, and the same: remark AA A,1 NN NN It's' liB UUUUU Ivli flit NN N.> tsp} '
I is true of great many women who Tllli I'KMIL. SSSSS: : :\ A A ANN NN UUUUU 000 lilt KUNN; NN SS8SS .
do their own work. Multitudes of housekeepers \ The pearl is nothing more thll1lI'olll'rl' .
need to learn that there mu'-t bo tion consisting chictly carbonate of lime VI cjIEILI : :
more in what we eat than nomethimr toollay 1\11111'0111111 in several bivalve iimllusks: but I I I
tho pangs of hunger. It i is one thing to especially in the true pearl' oyster of the I I

Nit, it I is quite another to be fed. The experience Orient, and I unions freshater l bivalves!' in I 11'11,1, .ruu'XU: > itocuIIOKIMJ -
of a gentleman related not long; ago, the I'nio Miiryiirilif'rriiHt. The pearl i i-< rather
to us I is the common experience : "Jay I wife heavier than calcareous spar, but it has! and Retail Houses.'J! to market: and selects the best of everything the same chemical composition' with the U.\'III\'IU": : '. Wholesale
and has it sent home, and when it exception that it bus in addition, between
comes on the table it is not tit to eat-spoiled) the l.ijcr: of mineral deposit\ of which it i is
in the cooking." If that lady had the made, : films of animal membrane: which,

strength to cook for her family there! would, becoming dry! give it its hardness. The ill any part: of the country.1'e mean it,
be no lack: of relish and perfection in the substance of the pearl I is normally deposited
food brought on her table, but she, like upon the interior surface: of the shell in the and arc prepared to demoti-tnite the fact.
many others', must depend on the labor of form of ;a slimy secretion of the exterior of They are\ operated\ by cither :Man, I torso or

v others. the mantle: drains of sand or some other Steam Tower, and bore very rapid.: They
'1 The science of cooking is 1\1I1'xal't !science, foreign bodies, )lodging, between the mouth range in si/.e from T1IKKK: : : 1 INCH TO .11} I AM UUYINU' CONTINUALLY: LA1KJK JUANTITIRS: OK OOODS:I, SUCH AHFLOUR
as exact as chemistry or mathematics or and the shell, produce an irritation of the
IT.KT: IX: DlAMKTr.II:!:, amiill bore to
music or astronomy.; 'It requires long mid delicate tissues which causes the deposition
careful training, delicate manipulation tif \pearly matter) : around them for i protection.
quickness of sense! correctness of taste, Advantage i is taken of this by man in some ,
soundness of judgment and ripe experience.How plrlollf: the world, and by the introduction, v\v IZiQI'1IEl: : ) HI.a-'I'1i
many of these qualities ono can: expect ofdiH'erent foreign bodies, pearls' various
to find in the foreign, ; importations: of shapes and dimensions are made: to grow.hi .GRITS' MEAL CORN
know. this; Chinese ,
servants our I'callcr'l'n' well How way the compel' one speciesof
many of them arc found lot the multitudes the fresh-water). mussel, ,ruin 111/rit, to produce Theyill bore succosfully :and satNI'actoribIn : -
; ) of housekeepers who have trained ono I( i>'earlFrom) nl'r early: period nil kinds of K.irth.: :St;, | Sand andlineston'
after another for the last have ranked 1 I The book
I "greenhorn : among gems. : Coal Slate;
Hitlllllilloll"lnIt': : : : ,
thirty years testify. It is not to expected of Job refers to their great value, and fre- ) j\\'. .
", that the class of emigrants who come to u* ,ipient I allusions arc made to I them in till'l'ril'llI"e' Hard Pan (!ravcl.:\ Lava, UuildeiV Serpentine :

for work should know ,much about cooking. According: to Suetonius, pearls nml) Conglomerate, : 1'ock, and I guaranteed : HAY OATS FEEL AND'BRAN
y An,11I81' lire to a great extent dependent \'ere ( 'a'snr'srtin: 'inducement for his British to make: the cry best of Well-tin Quick ,
on them for domestic help, they must learn expedition, (he UiitMi pearl at that t limebeintf I
to cook, it'at till, after they l'OIl1to this held of II'I'II'all",. :Sand.;: They are light-runniii'j:, simple\ in
country, and they will and do leant at our The pearl\ oyster, I.ln'hil'h. almost all construction( easily operated\ durable: and
expense.: If the expense were only that of the pearls of'eommenv obtained! i is met\ acknowledged; as the best t and most t \practical
money, it would be comparatively trilling i with in different parts of the world, especially Machine 1' I\III. They arc endorsed by some E
but it i is of comfort, of health, often of life in the Indian ocean) and in the :NorthernPacific.
itl'llf-uf that which once lost cannot be, re They arc .sometimes dredged but of tin- highest;: 1 State OlllciaKV"contract the and Car Load.
gained. generally taken by divers. The ino-t noted for prospecting for By Cargo
The simple and easy !solution' of the whole )pearl fisheries are near the coasts of (Ceylon,
1 question lies in the establishment and multiplication Java, Japan: and Sunratra,1(11(1:: in the Persian,

4 of cooking schools. Before we gulf. The Hay of I'amunlt'vn'' long remarkable COAL) (;iOLI n, S1LVKU:: : :, COAL 0"..
shall have therein numbers, the minds of for the product, of pearls, but generally I I
our women must, bo awakened to the vitalnecessity ofillfl'rillrtlIIC to the Oriental pearN. Still AND: AM. KINKS OK IIo\It\I.tI.: :
of concerted I movement in this i Philip II, of :Spain; possessed! one of these,
matter. It ii not a ditucult\ thing to obtain valued at !$1 ir>O,000.( Oa the west coast: of I AM TITUS! KNAULMI: l : TO Sll.r'I'0: :

s graduates: from normal I schools to fill the positions t't'lIlrallIll'l'i"1\ pearls are still procured '
i' of teachers ; we have graduates from which arc of fine lustre, but of irregular .ilu)14)l' sinking Artesiut'ells\ : : and Coal

art schools, classical schools, schools: of design forms ]llumboldt[ remarks, with surprise, I :Shafts: etc.1'e also: furnish Kngines: ) Uoil-
of telegraphy, commercial schools that he had never heard of pearls found in ers, Wind-Mills\ ; Hydraulic Kant:: )*, I1or!*c. .
every kind of school but those of cooking, tie freshwater shells of :South; Ameiica, .
housekeeping' ; sewing ; and dn've not need, though; several species of the HUM genus I'owcrs, ]trick: Machines: Mining;: Tools, Portable DEALERS .FAMILIES: EVERYBODY
i these even more than we need some of the abound III the rivers of Peru. Pearls of large : Forges:-II flock Drills, and Machinery (fall ,

otlll'rs'e have begun in social life with size were found\ in the streams of New Jersey kinds.rCrMi'ood: ,,.'...
the most far-away needs and now wo beginto ; near Salem; in )18.">S, and ono niorctliana.ii I .. ; acti'cgents wanted: in ('\.y ,. .
approach those nearer and nearest. Astrology inch in diameter, was sold in Paris for / ii'u \,,. ... ,;
was the first so-called science, and more t than :*::::.VHM! I ). !. country in the world. ,
in studying this astronomy horn The The usual dimensions of good Oriental Address
I science of chemistry had 'its origin in the pearls are from the size of a )pea to about -. T '1'1110-i h :
search for the philosopher's: stone, which three times that si/.e. Those smaller' : arc
would transmute! everything it touched into I called ounce pearls from being! sold I by weight, i.
ult.'e have now the most beautiful I and the smallest sued pearls. The )pearl li".h- :)Walnut Street, .
china and glass and !silver' services to eat cries of the Uahrien 1 islands, in the Persian
from. Is it not quite time that the food gulf, are said to yield annually frouir"I.MN',- :SAINT; LOt'lS, MISSOUIM( [ : 1':4.: .\.
served in these dNhes' should be as line in 000 to $1.50KHl.( ( ) 1'l'IIrllllrC'altll'l' : for the
:State; III what Taper sa111i.+. !
quality, as high in art, as exquisite in )preparation purity of their lustre, as well as for their you VERY LOWEST PRICES.
as faultless in taste, as the dishes size. The smaller ones arl''ol'th from fifty ------
themselves'e want schools! of plain' cents to $.'1 each ; single tine pearls: are world
cooking and schools of art cooking, with $."> and upwards ; and, a handsome" necklaceof r OVER O ACRE0 C TLTJVATioJfIN i<;
regular courses and a diploma at the end of pearls as large as peas is worth from !$"XX) 1soSEND : t
the last! course. Those possessing a diploma to $15,000.( ) Pearls in commerce are classed I y e1& .. .
would, not lack for immediate and remunerative as Oriental and Occidental, or Indian and '
situations.If Pacific, and divided I into round, poar-sh.ipc', it; SEED '. ,\ .. ... ',:.,. ,
!several ladies in any city or village: and Lat'lIVIallll when smaller than one- CAT4t {)EiID 1 THK: PITULK is CORDIALLY, INVITKD: TOJKXAMINK: : MY STOCK 01-

would unite in Fitting up a kitchen, hiring a sixteenth of an inch in diameter, they arc -liJAll. .
chef and sending their own servants or children termed seed pearl. Of : : .$0

as \pupils, the movement might he be Mother of pearl is familiarly known in its DhVID.LA r tlfi"sT1 n I ,r.r)'!i. p}Hn.A,1 1
gun. They could contract with their servants applications to ornamental: pit rpnscs, andthousands ..
to remain with them at certain )price of tons: of the shell art annually __. ____ nO
for n certain time in consideration of the exported' from the Indian and Pacific oream, : GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
tuition reeciveilatthecooking school. Many valued according, to quality from $jO to $(1PS! $1,000 1:1:11'.11211._
housekeepers) would bo glad: to bo ,pupils 1 ton. It is used: principally for buttons, ,
and have their children pupils also.,; When knife handles, inlaying of furniture, etc.. I My son, .T..1.] DICKlSoN' Ju., was murdered -
. servant girls are !made to realize that certain and is often beautifully carved. bv u mob in the "town of Lecsbnrir.Sumler .
employment and increased pay are sure to :-0111001'; the '(/ins or common fresll-watt'r : ; County, l-'lorid.i. "n the morning of
those who have been through n course of mussel, both, in this country and in Kuropc, the 15th of .,ilh' last, I will pay a reward
culinary instruction; they will lie eager to produce very line pearls, ;nid) about :!."> \ cars (t' ONK: THOUSAND!:; : DOLLARS) 1 : for" the I MARK: A SPKCIALTY: tto'! SUPPLYING( 1'ISS1LS'I'I'II: :
avail themselves of it. Until that time, and ago there was a general pearl hunting; in arrest of the murderer:*, with proof to convict ,
without the cooperation of their employers, many part of the United :States;' which resulted them.
they will take as little interest in the subject in the finding of a few valuable specimens .1..1 !DICk'ISON.( ) .
as pas"ihleVlien Mr. Blot gave lessons: in : after an immense amount generally' .,":;;iiot t !Iii.:: :lini.I.TM
cookery some years ago, a gentleman sent IIl1l'rolitahll'lahor. .
his! cook to take the course, paying her tuition STORES
which wus $::10.! lie said that in the nmiT AX ) CI2II)17: I *. ;
next live years she* saved him that $;50 n :
dozen times: over. She learned to economize "Let bygones be bygones," !said!, she, after THE MOST POPULAR
she had managed) to quarrel with him on O F- ALL -- v
everything, to make : dishes' from
plain materials: to cook in the best and the way home from the circus.lie ;. SEWING
easiest ;
reflected a while : .\11.1 is this the MACHINES :
milliner, and to get up her dinners in I'
style and taste, without waste of material I s tFZe PICNT -- 1 DKALKIW: : ON TIm
and without 1 It I is, sir ; all is over between u>." I III ;; LINK: OI"I'ill': UAILItOAD.S AND TJIK: IlIVKU CANNOT:-

Hero is u great work which the fields are "Last :Sunday night; you said you loved UNNING DO UKTTiU; : THAN CALL AND DUI, AS I OUAKANTKK; : TO SIi.f. AS LOW AS

white for the harvest. Miss i C'orson ill 'New me..' "' TillHAMI'J: : (KODS I IN Till: HAMK! : iUANTlTIKS- / CAN! UK: 11OUOHT IN JACK-
did then I do not
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in\urkand tile work Miss, and Tarloain are doing Boston an are immense pioneers .Anti you want bygones to be bygones?'' SONV1LLK: Oil ANY NKKIIIIIOKINU: (; CITY. I HAVK: KVKUYTHINd; IN HTOCK

amount of good Their example should be ."Yes.4ti's 4 THAT ANY ONI l: CAN KKASONAULY: WANT.GROCERIES .
\ to for all the ice "
followed in and town till pay cream--
every city large 1 .
Leave ,
me, mercenary wretch Name
cooking schools areas common as Ilitrit8l'l1ll01"
price' for valuable N'tvictand 1 .
till the woman who cannot cook your; your" (
will see it paid.
will be uncommon us the woman who
Next morning's; post brought; her the following
,cannot read and write and spell.'e 1111r \'('
abolished slavery, we are trying to IIhJli hilllelll'l'J'U1ce : r
: cruelty to children and cruelty Ml:*." SMITH TO )4I(. CIMI-KI.Nx, MI. I I paE t OF ALL KINDS.TOIJACCO .
to animaU: let us abolish: had cooking Jtf.To I
and inaugurate the reign of wholesomely) "six rid*. $1 (. (' .* :ifM") ;
prepared. food. Thus shall we efl'fctively: To l.'ioystcrsoupsatchurcli festivals 1 U) :
pave the way for the long-expected millennium. To 15 suppers( ( at church festivals) $1 ),,.IN' : t l l ..
-Xetv York Tribune.OKKA.. To I.) hacks church fcstivast.; '"u :2..t4) I r .

To 12: tickets to theatre........ ......... 'I.oo I E AND JIGAItS.
To librettos ((10)), 2V. :: .t1, TrYHqs .
To suit of clothes (JMT intimation).. ;.. ,(.Ni ". .-t .
The more are know of this! garden) vegetable To Injots blacked and shaved, say... :; I.IM) I ,
tau! more we/are convinced I that it has To 10/ broken promises. ::!:>,> I '
no equal that grows from the soil takingeverything To broken lKIfO, ) .
; into consideration.) No garden TofiOieo '(. )

vegetable grows with so Jittle care us okra, To raising,; my hopes' etc. .VMio I: A Full Stock of FURNITURE
and none yields' such un abundance of nutritions To t firing me out after the circus. l..: i) U
) ,.t. It comes, into bearing early -- ,

in the season: and from that day on tillfrost Total .:5,(," !Ifl:i
under printer' treatment, it is, constantly (V.
fr'1litilrl"url. It'-oJ! -1N' l.UUlXO--
weather as to wet or dry. When all other Uy healing broken heart ((3)). -t.)
vegetables !have Ili.oIapllC.m\l1{ from the gar 15y hugging; ; ; motion( )... 11N)IN) Chamber Suits Tables Chairs
den on account of drouth okra U still there. Uy bitting on my lap (:$)).?. 1,000.01)llV o ,
giviug \1' our daily supply of food! fur the extinguishing; ; hojies... 75 ALWAYatI Bureaus
table us usual. Uy first kiss. :2,(* HiUy Rockers, Whatnots
As stated I in a former article the cultivation :'W,2irt kisses and hngvl cent.. 2,.: !r.IJO .
of okru il is exceedingly: simple It is a -- t Lounges Bedsteads iSTattresses.'rill'
good deal like the .
cultivation of cotton, of "fjJI.! :!() LTSTLIFETIME
which plant it is a near relative, botanicully.Once Ualance 75 r { ,
c in I' .trill.:: all that is necessary i Ii to i v7: i- .
1 see tu it that no |**.U are allowed tu mature Total .jf.\HKtAto: I
and dry up. for this would at once stop its, WilIl'in I SURPASSES OTHERS I : MOST( ; AmiMMOUATIN'U) KMPLOYKS: : IN THK; CJJTV..
bearing. to-m-irroiv night: and collect balance. II
pods( IUU.t be removed ut the due II I
proper .sue for cooking! whether wanted for
She hill thedoor. "
the table wr nut. met at (ante into the I
The ta..ttfur okra be. 1 p sloe. Chawh-y." aid .""t. "u 11..1 I'll pay
I may an uc'juirwlone "
'ou luhuuruflerw.trlhiewasenlract \ o UNION SQ.NEVYORK
to *lilt( extent (-* the of
pedally on
hart ing: n fre.-h debt at I be ico cream hal'NIII hearby.icaU. I
11t''HI'' will have not been reared in the T-ilJlHle. CHICAGO ILL.-et ,
South tumi,:h we think hoist uiiple| ) wouldat I StA.N"EOBN"J9J
ouoe take f) it with a fair degree: of relish 1'or Sale ORANGE MAS 6.I :
+ in all case where it had been properly pre .
: pared. There are various way of cooking; A Family ('.Irri. t'f in perfect rnuhlgorg; I Ac-. : :

it, one Ir the I""t common lining tw l" >il it der. Sat>> fur.. Hsu U-vn )but little u.ed. II ( I'KI-U'LIX .

in salt and water until( tender, and then .1ppl'to W. It. r. It ruvt I I u ;Whitehall :$It.tlaueu, lia Second Street, FERNANDINA.i .


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-\ THE FLORIDA-MIRROR. LAST ItOXOKS TO Till! IM.ID. away nnll\ nation 1'11I1IA'cli Into grief and lLF.\I'F.I). In .Jmdlc'("'", Court.gTATE .
mourning. How ad and humiliating ()) \
--- '.--- ==-== the ( hoses ruler of a great Christian nation that .Sept. :O-8?< 1'.1 Florida! Usina, Savannah; OF FIAIgn "....!' \1.' ()J.' X,\ SAlT.
If-( MI:MOttIAh Kl'llVlCEH IX FEUX\MUXA: 1.AKOB flu,, !oI. Western Texas New York
the devoted -
SIX .1/0NTllS, hu-hund) D. ,
A rBAll pan and
2.00 $1.0fJ father '
i of on in .... Tu James ( ,r'oll.-"on are hereby notificd -
f -.- ._ __ ____n___ ..__.. --.- -- AND I "HINCKRK OATIIKnt.VI; OF ClTt- cresting! and/ loving family, should( be inurilercil .Id,-,,. t'. City Point, Creator?Charles-. that a writ of attachment h has been

Jtcjlccttoits.' ZF.SS11,\I.tTF'. V7TC.Fcrnandina's by such hands! The plea of insanity ton. issued! against you, and( your 'property attached -
I I to "'11\0' men from 'fl mi-bmiient. who have IN torn. to satisfy the demand of Jones x Lee,
: compliance( with the prooln- been guilty of the highest cringes: known to Bark: Ruth Topping.1 I Trait (1'11ounttol2..1). Now, unless you shall t tfrig
I Mr.( :Samuel A. Swami lift for the North matins of l'rc1IJrlltrtliur in\iting the the! laws! of this hind, has already, In many lvaiN.! Maseotte[ nlllkle'i'i' !' ton*. before W. A. Mahoncy, a Justice of
oiti'hirsday. people of the country to assemble on Monday I instances, !hocked' I and, outraged'the! moral : Johnson, Donne, :218! ton,. the IVaccinand for said ('o\lntylItlllsot11ce
sense!" of this:! nation. A Brig S. Howland[ Cutharin 233: : .
: man who is : ton* the 3d da"of Pcccm-
sane: at Callahan Fit
f fitting on
humiliation a
in as
The fund raised In New York for anll1'l'a'C'I' -
being ::! enough to plan and then Laura 1
execute a murder, Brig : Sandford: I, 457 tons, her, 1881, at 10 o'clock a.m., judgment willbe ( 1
.Mrs Oarficld now amounts to !$321,075.07: tribute) to the memory of our laic President I is sane cin,>uli; to be )punished) to the full Sch.: A. & E.; Hooper[ :322 tons.MKMOBAMIl. I rendered against you and your property

Garficld/ t, was simple i earnest! and I heal: -licit.' extent of the law for such n crime sold 1 to the debt ,
:, .)[rs. J. 1)) Palmer was onions the pastciigcrs To it pay
occasion that will be long remembered !some MTUIS to have ),c' this 2Sth ll.of September, A. P.
It Per
who arrived by the m'. lem Tcra this was an surprise that the oflairs of government !steamship Western Tejntu for XcDatcII I
t by those who participated; in the exercises should\ have York September 21)), I O.) p. m.-o:4'<> bales cotton 1SSi. l
week, gone on Sn :>'lI1oolldulI,1 well, J. HAMPTON: :as W. H. LEE,
1" cases: cedar, : :'J crates lemons, :23?
of the day There was! no unnecessary !l- with tinchief ruler! t
entirely disabled
but under the firm
$ ;{ Mr. Thomas Kydd: returned from the l 10 the illlrlli es mcrchaiuii/c. barrels 'rosin, 40 Partners doing business)
display, but the proceedings indicated: American then* is: no mys barrels 1 name of Jones it 1tee,1'laintifl's.::!
6 worth on Thursday last, where he has been !l'I'hi that fact:. ; it is owing to the peculiarpcniusof spirits turtentinc, 33 l'a"rjelly! and --- ---- -.
the real, heartfelt sorrow which our people a fair \passenger list.Xottce !. I --- -- --- -- ;-
busily engaged \buying his fall stock .air civilgmer11nenttvhk, -htvhen I roil; SAM.
,. felt. The city presented a Sabhath) -like appearance free from I f
any foreign/ complication) !*' might EXCHANGE: : for improved city -
to Contraflow. property
Colonel I). H, Elliott hasKcntin" his resignation the stillness broken only I by the have: gone on almost: any length of time in i Oil .
1 superintendent of the Florida exhibit the same manner, for the actual and imme I'roposalstrill! bo received, until :anli Octo- ;: I
ns business
)boom of the mmun All :! was suspended
calm :
.' OF noon men
ber,1K81 >iJ'm:R
I for
work ,
diate government of the clearing right; fir way- I
exposition. )people with all '
i 1, at the Atlanta in the city except for a short time their common interests!; I is in the hands of grubbing and 1 grading, also: for furnishing! I HAMMOCK LAND, ,

I i Captain W. H, King, who has been to hoc early In the forenoon. There was a general the state'gowern111(11ts, which arc complete .cross-tics: : and laying the rails: on line of the I on (this Island ; fifteen acres under cultivation. +

Bermuda returned, the downtown and and perfect within themselves. So THIII'IC"WHIII.: IL For information, \ r
i; his aged mother in on draping of buildings, : we haveas v \lI.ROAO, i \'IIYWItJ'Ft':

the Wcntrrn Tcraton Wednesday. tl.igs were displayed. half-mast.! A general many governments as we have states-all for t two !sections of twenty miles::! each connecting I F. ; : j
f in Mansion House.For ( .
harmony with each other and with the ;i7
m on the south,, near Sumtcrville, with I __ 5
of the feeling of solemnity overspread the city general ---------
t 'The total expenses on account public government, Thin: is many in one, the work now in progress; i -
I schools in Puval county for the'I'lItl'llIl- At Lyceum Hall a ma"s-meeting was held( and gives a strength and beauty to our civil Specifications: (( profile to bo !seen at the I HEADQUARTERS[}; : FOUSIWIXCJ
in the afternoon The hall packed, to affairs: of which the American may well be otlll'l' of Florida! Transit 1(ail road
t his October 1st, amounted to sJl-V100.i.r was ( ltoU'Tlu'lle\ Company, I : 9IA() IIiari2N, OILS,
) state governments, which! Fernandina Fla.
for its fullest capacity, and many were unableto give such strength and I : .'', ATTACHMENTS AND PARTS.
A subscription list has been opened beauty to our system! Bidders will be required to 5pcci1.the '
gain admission. The audience( was composed were, ami are, theoriginalgovern11ieui time willi THE HOUSEHOLD: NEW HOME.DOMESTIC ,
(lie Garfield, monument fund I at King'sstore. s and/ within which{ the contract work ,
Acknowledgment largely of ladies The front of the after existing; for years, they concluded to be completed. i )( ( :: WEED: : SINUEU( ( ,
limited to
Subscriptions arc $1. stage was draped with largo national Hag form a general government, with limited I). MAXWKU.: : ., i CHICAGO; :SINGER: ETC.:
will be made through the and specified powers!, for general and! 43
!specifiedpurposes. ) examine into the
Superintendent. Every lady should merits -
and festoons! of )black, with rosettes of black .
1 ) .. I the
city '- -- -- of quiet )light-running j
tR papers mid white. The front of the hall also It is "HpusEiioui"
was; an encouraging; fact to the boys and Teacher Machine
Wanted. before '
purchasing Sewing
\ It is rumored the streets that some accident .
t on draped with black. young.. men America.. \ that the way_ is openlor Wanted, a lady to teach a small neighbor I Rufllers! Icnuters, Tuckers, Tuck Folders, ,
{' f has happened to one of the boilers off Ihem 10 worn Incur way, not only to the\ Lace and 1 i Attachments Otis' 1 J.mtprefl'rrl'l1.
r At the foot of Centre street a procession: hood school. One who can teach music ; -

IliosteainerhGridrr./ She failed to make her was formed at 3:30: o'clock, consisting:; of the but highest\ up to position the highest in their in the!state! general government. Apply to Ii. A. I.\LUTTt: I ers i; Young's. Andrews'! : and MagicPlaiters

trip south last Thursday The David Clarkis Island City Band, the Nassau Artillery ot'the nation, as did : our lamented go'crn.IIIcnt I scplO 3t .. ____Klng'oIlo'l'rrr h :_ FII\ I I Measures; Tracing, Machine: Wheels.Belts! Tape::!,

': expected to arrive to-day in her place under command of (Captain! W. O.Jeffreys Garfield, w'ho rose from one degree: to another Kent. I Bias Cutters; Wheeler & Wilson

( A colored man named I, J. Hpmlerson, Jr., the Fernandina Infantry, under of honor, and and!( dignity then was in elevated Ins: \own to stategovernment the A desirable residence on :Seventh street, ': Glares: Brush Pads, Bobbins, and

i was killed at Kings Ferry, on Saturday last, command of Lieutenant 1'. B. Livingston: highest in the nation, from which he was near Centre. Apply to i Thread Wrenches 1 Cutters! ; :Shuttles;, Check,and Bobbins h'l'elI"IfIl, Needles etc.,

i r by onelralltnkwhite.( The eOl'oller'sjury, and citixcns. Both companies marched with taken )by the sad and cruel event of the 3.i-tf Jonx Iailrm\tIOllll'c.HKIKUV: : ;I ;Ji.1 Agent for I.:. Itntferivk fc g-c C'o'K;

consisting ten colored and two white men, arms reversed, the two guns of the artillerywere second day of.last July. But lie was a goodman Patterns and Publications Send: your address -
ami l
: wo belicvo he has --
to God. 'n
rendered verdict of "justifiable homicide. emblems gone for Catalogues! and MetropolitanFasli-
covered with of \-Ir--I---
mourning New .
And WP hope and )pray that the prosperity .'...N.
N'o particulars of the affair could bo obtained. I\n.ll1lC colors and of this hut -- I ion I-hl'I'I-frcl'; !
furled ; -
( draped :Sergeant great !now stricken nation may ---- -- ---- E.: II. SCOFIELD

f The little steamer Flora, owned by Captain John Barr acted as marshal As the procession continue to the end of time, which it certainly Money Saved is" .Money Made IS 12rim11 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

f mail will if we are "tl'lle'to our (country, ; I .- --- -- -- --- -- -- -- -
been the moved the band : YOUR
which has ENGINES; FROM
s" Joe Smith, regular played appropriatemusic to ourselves and to God.;' PURCHASE ; ;; ; :
f, packet up the St. Marys river for the lost and the bells: of lie city began tolling : \\' $hOt) on u 10 Horse ; $200:! I S I. 'I.US 111.11 SCIOOL.
I After the singing of Thy Will Be Done," on a :20) Horse, and $;:;.100, on n :30 Horscl'owHT.. MARY'S: GEORGIA.rilHE .
will bo withdrawn from the route and continued until the ceremonies '
: two years, were the : :Send for
prayer by Acv Mr. Atkins and the singing er Engine. our prices before purchasing -
,Y J ,and will, in the future, bo run on the St. concluded Both sides of.Centre street were of "Nearer My God, to Thee" by the } ; Engines, (Gin', Presses! Saw and : EXEUCISF.S: :: : OF THIS SCHOOL

,Ii I Johns river, between Jacksonville and Green crowded with people. The line proceededup audience the I! Grist Mills.[ Threshers, or any kind of Machinery. ( I _L will be resumed( the first Monday in ,
following t'slJluliolllwcrc offered
Wo )[ I
(love' Centre street to and countermarched are llIufaetutl'rs'gellts, September, 1881. Thorough prl'paratloiof
:( Springs. I
1- by Mr. G.; N. :Saus':>y and 1 adopted by arising and guarantee !satisfaction in quality ami( 'I BOYS: and\ GIRLS: for the best! Colleges in
:1: At the Cabinet) meeting at I the Capitol on ( to the hall. : i vote : "riee'ALKEIt it LOUD Georgia guaranteed. t'

", d Friday of last week, after General Arthur The meeting was culled to order by thump[ Assembled:; totllIIn common with all the No. 135: Meeting street, West side. near For (Circular, address .

II had been sworn in as President, the Cabinet )V, Thompson, and Fred( "". Hoyt acted people of' this great country, to pay one last Charleston Hotel, Charleston, S. C. I: \\'. C. WRIGHT, ,
ft 1881-3m.
April 40
stated, the object ) tribute of respect:; to our 1I1111'tyrl'lll'J'e il'nt Principal.SCHOOL .
f through Secretary 'Itlainc tendered as secretary. Thompson( it i.s meet that wo should onraflection -- --- ---.- -- ._ ___ ._ 'h .__ _____ ________ PtYYY
their resignations. President! Arthur did of the meeting: in I the following words' : express! :
for him as the Christian: gentleman: the
not accept the resignations! as under the ex "As you are aware, we have assembled!I to fond father and lender husband, and our esteem : : BOOKS! y

isting distressing! circumstances! he could not pay a last:; public tribute to the memory, of a for; him as the firm and noble !statesman '-

give the matter thosatlention it required. distinguished statesman, a brave soldier, u and l our admiration for him 11Iho:; ,
peerless' President; therefore.yV.Wm
His request was that the present Cabinet) kind, devoted husband and( father, amid paLicnt /, That we; the l' tlZl'IIIf. Fernan LARGEST: :STOCK IN THE: :-:'I"TI'1' ,

,continue: in the discharge! of their duties, Christian suflcrer, our late President, dina, while recognizing our duty as Christians -

I' leaving the question of resignations\ until James A, Garlield." to bow in obedience to the inscrutable

"[ such time as he can determine what is best "'Jesus> Lover of :My Iul'" was song" by loved will of Chief the Almighty: do give up our be SHMEAD BROTHERS .
Magistrate with human
: woe unutterable -
1; for.him to do. .?$ u choir consisting of Miss[ ,Annie Tucker, iJtetitlenl I

Mrs.[ J, L. Clay/ Mks 'ora 0. Avery, Miss:;: That we feel profoundly (the loss :21 I West Bay :Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
Ii Death of Sir. Samuel-i ::;;\a ..ks. Stark and Messrs.[ Duryee, Perkins: Hillycr we have sustained: in the death <>f one so 1

): (His I::! with unfeigned sorrow that we announce and Woodward., After which Rev. Father well suited to the lofty position: he wascalled !' Wholesale and h
to till\( ; and that we recognize III the 1'iihlishers" Booksellers, Sfafioners, and
',: the death of Mr. Samuel Fairbanks, O'Boyle delivered a brief and appropriateaddress. present mournful attitude of the entire .

i which sad event occurred. nt Watcrtown, A solo by Major[ W. B. ('. Duryee! country the results of his broad and compre Dealers in Toys, 'News' and I.'nu'U'I..s, 1Pi'Imitimig

"I X. Y., on Sunday night last:; from heart dis: "Let Thy Hand Help Me," followed, at the hensive statesmanship, his: noble and 1 manly I
heart and his Christian sympathy for all the Ruling andBLANKS Minding.I .
i} ease. Fairbanks was one of our oldest' conclusion of which '1'. \\'. Palmer, Esq.: people of every section.Itestilml .

)" and most. respected( citizen, and was well read short sketch of the President's: life. That we tender to his: wife and --

I t\\ and favorably known throughout the State ]lock of Ages" was then slim; Hc,'. .1, children and his: aged mother our tcndercot:
; AND BLANK BOOKS for Counting Houses Railroads{ and
4 I lie was a native New York, but had been Atkins, being then introduced spoke !substantially sympathy I : Steamboats,
Hfgnfnil, That our city be to order LAW BLANKS: for and
}press requested : Lawyers::! Justices of the Peace. ,
resident of our city for many years, having us follows :
to publish these 'r(': s ,I been one of the pioneer mill mill men Lttilics amid fifiitltinen tVe ; copy lie forwarded( to his", bereaved. :Subscriptions' taken to all Papers' and Magazines at Publication prices:

I of the St. Johns. He has, since the creation \ have aS I'llIhlellln this hall to-day! for falllil '. :Send for our Catalogue l\11tlI'rlco Lists. Send for anything in our line, and you can

ii I( of our State Bureau Immigration, served the ings(purpose, with all of the suitably American expressing people; oiirYeel- The I meeting was then doc'IIJr a benediction get it. Orders by mail promptly attended to.
( on account -
t.t. as its agent, and through his: duties In that of our national\ bereavement in the by Rev. :Mr. Atkins.At We !have recently published : Index to the Decisions.of the Supreme ii

f ofllco as well as correspondence with the death of James A, (Garlield, the chief magistrate / 10 o'clock a. m the President's: :salute
of this nation Court of Florida. By 1 R. 3[. Call I'aper-prlco. Two Years Abaft theMast. '
great which occurred ut of
j State I'fCilltOI1C::! much to further the interests twenty-one gun's was fired by a detachment -
I-ong<< Branch, in the State of New By I,'. Jordan. Paper' 75 cents cloth $1.
Jersey, ,
of the State. lie left hero about two last Monday[ the 10th on of the artillery company, under the ; Orange Insects (Illustrated: ).
night .
weeks ago for a month's vacation/ which he live minutes{ past ten, o'clock, >: t at th'irty- \command of Captain Jeffreys, and n (half* Paper, $1. Any of the above Books mailed to any address! on receipt of price.Asunii .

; purposed spending/ : at his old homo in Newt No death has occurred in the United hour gun during the remainder of the day. : ) imoTiiuits,

,I. York. Ho had not been in robust health States for the lust fifty years: that produced! At the conclusion of the ceremonies at the 41 Y JACKSONVILLE: : FLA. "
Such a universal. sense of sadness' and griefas M
i 11, for seine several. years: but was, we thought I the recent death of Mr.( Garlield.lum hall, a salute( of thirteen guns was fired.\

f l when he left, better than we had !seen him Do wo inquire P.* it n wag !.I..r.> In,.. .t.i... S. B.
; for sonic months, and we little thought short a time: had gained Midi a hold] upon List of Letters & CO. ,
the eonfideneeand atlections of the American Remaining in the Puyt-Ofiieeat Fernandina i-
,: when with him that shouldnra
we parted wo
people, ami ot'the civilized worldHe Nassau county, Fla.( Sept 29. 1881. Persons JACKSONVILLE, FLOItlDA, t
h t ) '!p his hand no more lie was a man of hlllu.itron clear, and grasping intellect, *

great worth. Kndowed: with fine intellectual ( which, by his great energy and! industry, he calling for these letters: must say advertised fJIOLlvSALK: : AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
I which had been had cultivated to II'l'r high; degree ; *o : : "t' 4
powers, improved by that his was! not only great intellect but a Anderson, Dr. L. P. Hughes: WilliamHaywood llnrclwur, Stotes"" Doom, Sash, Itliiuls"" Paints, Oils,
liberal culture
and great experience( in pub.I great mind :; cultivated and richly Barter, John S. John
I lie and business affairs, his: loss will be stored with useful! knowledge.( And what BrvnsonA.Caidwcll.) Harris, Mrs( %. T. ,W!- PUMPS. LEAD: ASCII IRON 1'11'1SlTGAR: MILLS RUBBER: AND LEATHER:

i ;deeply felt by this! community. Wo tenderto was better and greater than\ all this! he was Ix-ttic Ha/zard. James: BELTING." STEAM AND GAS FITTING. PLUMBING[ AND 'TINy3IITIIINGII.iZARO'S .
his bcrarvcd, family our sincere a good man-a man of pure and noble moral Caldwell, IcttieDycher Jones, 11r.1'( jr,0 POWDER, BARBED FENCE; WIRE.: 42tjanlONT "-
sympathy. jiriiu-ii'les i and great integrity of character J. W.Grillln Rodgers: Dallie '

.-Union. Phew Ills struggle with poverty and disadvantages Eugene: 'hitllloro, Mrs.[ J.'L'F. .
--- ---- from childhood, until he arose RlDOEI-L. P. M. J & T :
: I: 1'rezldent (;("1'eld. grandly above them all to the highest posi-i XY-DD
I i .To the &{ltar of the Mirror: lion in his native state ami then to the ItaHUoof Thermometer _
1 highest olllco in the gill of the American
'i; WALIH), September :27. pc'ple11'1 exactly such: a lifo a.s would FOU Tilt WKKK ENDING t'UUl1't:1'Tt: I ER 30.UOKSEY'B .

:,1! '1'hlsIUlllIy quiet and modest town wastestenlay endear him most closely and tenderly to the Ditru STORE.

I, l1rapl'\.l] in mourning, and silent American heart, as is: shown this' day by anatlull -- ... ... ... ...
in = = =
All buhlC'S.1.wu suspended and Hags! at half. mourning and tears. / 9 1Vim l 1 .
I do not remember ever to have shed tears 11 '='.1 ::.. ::..
mast The Masonic fraternity met at 11 a. m, over the death of a man whom 1 had never ---- -m- -.. -M -0 : E W ,.. .. i"
.1 anti arranged for a funeral service at the seen but when the tolling bells .-ent the sad, atl1nla ,:' r :' V f "
) ........... ... 82 8L AA (G 8I' _
t f Methodist Episcopal: i church at 4 I p. JII, .note\. Garlield through the American heart that James :Sunday:: ................. 1\1 1\-1 87 8.1 HI-:.
At the hour named a large number of heart turned into was dead, the sorrow of this Monday ......,........ 82: !H 8i 8. 8K
l fl tears. Tuesday ............... 1\2 l'4J &i M SE
the people had assembled and the brotherhood Ho was not only a great and gr)od man 1Veduesday........ 81 S3 87 8-1 SK

t, marched from the lodge to the church_ but by his own energy and integrity had Thursday ............,. ra.&) 82: 85 1\3 I 1 SE.Friday. : .

i Brother Coleman acting as marshal Brother November made lifo a to grand the Presidency success ; was of these elected United(last : I ..:.'..._............ SO 82 8-t 82___E._ i FALL t

; Murphy, a*: chaplain, had charge/ of the exercises. States and on the fourth of last March took GOODS !

"***" He.Mr.. I charge of the duties of that Ingest office in -
prayer and W. M, Kennard: read the service !
the nation lie way in the very prime of oJ'I-e'uaudllln. I
.. appropriate to the occasion. I
and as he stepped' HIGH WATEE.

Addresses were also made by his Honor aboard the ship of tate, at the bidding Saturday, Oct. 1...... 1:27: A. M. :.?.Ol: P. M. ...
the Mayor, It. V. Livingston,; also by Brother his countrymen, and was gathering up the Sunday, 2....., 2:33" J:(() "

T, J. Forrest. The Masons and people of .reins which of goverment in those hardened hands: Monday, 3...... 3:41": 4:12": :; Now Arriving for Every
had Ikea Department.
accustomed labor and .
Tuesday, 4...... .J-ti": :15"
Waldo felt that a sacred duty performed:! with that large and liberal( heart and }-
great 11'edmieslay. 5...... 5-tt: ) f:13: "
and retired to their homes in with all and independent mind he did it in .. .
peace a manner 'l'hun.tli\)', 0...... li-tI": : ;:tH" .
f. *, Secretary. that caused> the whole nation to feel at Friday, ....... .::32"' 7115. toE -
""" once that there\ was a man at the helm of ,t
Xottce, American Hairs.. To be elected to rule over .
fifty millions of free ami independent TEREI': .
All persons having any claims! against the | is certainly the highest and mot honorable (11001le Sept. 2.">-S. }'. Florida (' ilJa. Savannah J. & r-r. KYDI) .
:Memorial( Committee, will please present the xx-.ition| that could l tit' occupied by any" 27-ItritUh Hark Ruth Topping Truit,
same to the undersigned l for payment, properly man this earth and that was: the"posi 1 Pernambuc ;

endorsed, within tight; days from date. thou which had just been gained bv Janus 2>-:S. $. 11'estern'Pexas, I line*, NewYork.
Cuts: H, IIERI1. A. Garfield of Ohio, when by the bloody New York 1 )
For the Committee.Feroandina vile! and murderous( hand of the unprinciplcd > -S, I'. City Point Creaser, diarieslull. Office, ) ( Cor. Centre and Third Sts., '

.. -' ; FJa., October 1, II. uxsis.,in, his noble life was taken *. ::1 Wnlkvr ISJreel J l t '
I'eriiiimliiiM Florida '

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